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 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: August 23, 1883
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00062
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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..... ..... "- ... ,.. MDixi DUCOUBCEft IPAIflBHCLAIMS .
'! --.live. thi feliareruder : 'No "hocus pocus" State legislation can (l omoari ftfareoaMt oa iit.luWAsmiCTOf ""F i 1

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natural laws, whether overcome guarantees sanitary {
Belgium, July. f I notice in your isroe of the 16th inst
high or low in restraints of and State Constitutions There isa-gnuio tmeidnii Tamoag.
our Federal
.' ( bere.fangela',fear -'to ; one continent or in the a very important article-oa the necessity ; : : "
. Y libt :other.. And Main : the Ian the women emplofMB in the Gnimiaisit
and pluck are worth constituting primary .
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that of statute" in relation "to .
....cia tius principle a"quieting h
:.... .. ..,. .:volubffltyof those I..nch the world over. But as he ,who the numerous Spanish Grants situated in of the land. offices here. The hmpres itou! ..haa"somehow -

travel the The and of Florida gained grouad them that the
sees. tame thing from more prosperity progress among ,
f. \\II. ;shoat countries they. have our State and although I may not pos- < *
..', \have.sometimes: wondered standpoints aad forms more comparisons, sass the "legal mind well posted on landtitles" has been greatly retarded by this uncertainty new serviot refulatioaa wffl! 'W/* M

"" ;, .,. ., ,. so he win'grow wiser; and he will also as to these Spanish grants.It tro ctive,'and that thejaepublicw; party.
. who, luring only passedafter (being a very plain farmer)aa yon
become more charitable aa he cannot is to be hoped the proper remedy wishes to uloadthliiroisan: jffnatife'ofthe :
"' have suggested still I
": JJid-;woo d mi- very properly may
learn much of other men without also will be applied.If senior before ihvertLntiaff Congrem -

i'. "" j sMjmttive assertions. .an pos- understanding himself better. hope to call the attention of some of our of the State will grant me a fee of an Pta hold c f H.'}'hsaJ Owes a'woman :

i '_' "Now, Inch persona may be BUVAW, Florida bar to the present condition etduattd Spanish claim my money is doe.not -..',..'factsbeA- ':towa;

I1fI} :1-.a Ii'the troth of,their ....1.UGaAKGB. I these Spanish claims, in hopes that they benighted ready. I take no stock in tax deals or I zlieu. her lean,and the sniril"alds'1oi.'the
this
They even believe that e ITEM may throw a focal blue upon -
kr r may DDUK.BRIEFLETB Trea.firy Depsrtme hits hive: talked
lt'Ll! issi' their information from theilsttuulslM It whispered: question and open the eyes of all c.... with betny'tbe seneittM BafcwWeh ia

; ;bat had"alned la That every young lady in laGrange to our true interests on this question. FROM BELOW. that theiempteymstefwomen 1 Ja theGovernment.nvice

lt1.jitsixli&Ioog tow deepen dalma be the P. G. in F. 1. Ton say.that "one man will tell us Mullet now' cut i of an inch on the I 1.dekiiseSomelimN ?;*' ..*-

;i ibi ," "' -this atYed the people, to TbatMr. Eo L. Brady and family left that these lands are taxable, while another brisket. their woaianly>iaetsnts? lie

f.."". fdsereatprindple of things on Saturday's boat for Jacksonville to be will say that they ire not taxable"and ;
.4 .F.. Cattle are doing well, and are worth unerring, at moat of ne kavt had occasion:

jf;aftiuvitt'that certain conditions: are the absent several weeks. that "the Stale appears to think. themtaxable.Session $15 a head as they "run" in the range. to know at times,:and H w :ja*poaAfe' t a

fa chain' of antecedents not mere That a party of serenade were out on laws 1883, Chapter y
MIS Sections and 4. We are having right smart talk about that they have, seised ufoa met trnvt_
i Saturday ;
, "Aepeopletheyhadbeea evening. '-
very 7
isn't din -
to
.wm L quite plain anybody
; :M It" ...bet very are to .condemn That a six-foot rattlesnake with twelve Now, Mr. Editor, the State ought not There f
The road from 10 mile creek the St. are a great manyTejatbBalsV:aae .
:\tliiriirpari "' 'u rattles was killed near Mr. Froscher's onedq to be taxing its own Pl'Opertl-that would to '-1:
Johns is from three modest wo.sn be the o partaMatihew.Nobody a
doa to feet
last week. not and not look welL prairie one under -

rr.i yla. ..tII aatoauy$ to suggest speak theasstsrltltem about That a. landscape artist visited LaGrange Has the State then taxed these Spanish water. A 16 mile splash,, bas or of does deny looked',kl'''lit 4. the. L
employment woassa at i..
claims and if so does not the State admit Land Commissioner White thinks the ; etiryaa
( "'i jam. JU>time rolls on I And my Saturday and secured number a has '
Mle'eatalogue
'k; -.-fr.wal! I meet'of views of the residences and groves. the title to be in the Spanish claimantsstill production of hemp will be one of our system of minor, developed'B quitiw a iiad .abusts-'?

of divisions"jmtimWeAcnbad That the trees recently ? chief industries of these days. '
PMfwtt awa who oompbua young orange which unknown and
are .'uxws peetol.:.in ,
' scorched fire in the of Miss Stevens The State, we have heard it whispered, :
f boned of union. I by grove Hon. Columbus Drew is passing the industrial centres where and favorftiam
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'CM malaias bow certain changes have are again showing signs of, life. baa been giving deeds for tinkered up "Bloxham Message" around *g* n-. Mr. have ao>> assodation with female i

;'J -."jginf-fc another refers all the That Mr. A. Brady will return from tax titles to some of these Spanish grants. Drew is the mildest mannered of 'men or employment. 'ff'' 1i' '

I:)iipi ef; the nation to those very J his European trip next week. We are of the opinion that in such conveyance else he is intentionally coming aa near There hi aot a'factory or' workshop+3fai i

II- three classes of That Mr. W a Norwood will again the State granted no "fee sIm.pIe" the teeth he '
: ;.lhen there are sowing dragon as can. the.rorid where tar fi.ihe opmtives

;" political parties, and.the face I Il soon resume control of the mail route between would or valid title of the land to the Indians are slaughtering,deer 'on I the C&III8"' aa endless+ series aide troubbe "
be .
-....['ejiltlWtry'differs very much many Titusville and Enterprise. purchaser.The Halbpatteeoka This sort of thing takes, aa do the women fat tfcesedepaHmeatsLThey

t" iiAyl \iAB, of which, makes it difficult That it would be a capital idea for the State has what? A Ken merely lo, the poor sympathy out of us, are excessively jealoas'of each other s sand

.1il !.. i positively'of this country only :LaGrange Nine to put themselves in and not a "fee" of the land acquired "by and makes us wish the last red rascal of there 1I1C&lC1111-;:;'j ', list"' "
due process of law" which the
' >_..aWbi of Florida; unless'perI I training for the game at Smyrna on the by Spanish them ia Abraham's bosom or elsewhere.A haa not .'aaa .private.grie/ase>!Y": ..,' r
claimant must have had in
a bearing an
;pipiillaend_ sometime In studying :z7th proximo. Mr. Forwood of Kentucky haa purchased one ia eaten ap with fear that her; :.'neighbor
r *'.;Ai I hanmers and conditions.Lskill That to find the cemetery one would open court of competent jurisdiction, be- 6,000 acres of "Narrows" land. baa got rase] .hafamee tb i'stir'.;bast

: / attempt no wise review 1 have to hun\in the scrub, so dense is the .fore be deemed this provision of with.the constitution can How these lands'escaped_ the -that ia' to say,, line ti tests:p. Nd.J'

; tdflitna, W;but'simply give my expe- I growth of the underbrush. complied Disston Company is one of AlpMJec11 mysteries. friend aft beadq.."ra, Bachoneis*oppressedwiththebslieftha : s.
......, 2. These tax titles it is clear have
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1k their origin in an error of our former andpresent He was an old Marylander and talkedof I slMhastordDmore
.ed[ to the I the 18th inst,as was so generally predicted '
see vastimproveasmimware than anybody efcie, and the complaints
legislation. The State has grasped shooting jacbnipe with his eyes shut,
of her weather-wise
I by some
in This
going on Antwerp. and
: .at a shadow (a tax title) instead of the and of snuffing candles at ten paces. Tm gossip ICIIDCIaltM"pnr oat
-jpsissl sky wearsto have takennew life, :prophets. boas of thia condition of:,aamira'are 1'dn.dfuL' ,
hunter said be "and
a turkey
substance (valid "fee tRpli'to be acquired ,
That Tom Johnson himself i
to and in making a *
rl'aii-C'fwwiag importance +1! *{, T
"artaof reversion have killed enough of 'em in time to
by or against my
li 't Is_the first port of Cod I Ifl sidewalk in front of the church feed I smell out That the civil service reform wffl strike
$ all fton-c&mmd property.) a beseiged city. can aa
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ipBTope- in point of commerce. That Captain Fickard has made quitean squarely at this branch'of: the evil in
i old ,
: The State has at all times since the ex- gobbler agin the wind, and can follow
k* in the world. She improvement in the looks of his place Washington there be doubt.- \.Wo
Jowth
l poet : can no '
f" sign as nearly rubbed out week ;
change of flags with Spain and since Floe as a or so
;shies viry fine Cathedral, rich with ret by cutting dowa the scrub in front of men will, be appointed Independent of i
weather
make it" Even
< ida became a State the same right and rainy can as
rwt* libtingsof.the Old Masters That the can't-get-away club had bet- their personal attractions and influence ,
control over these Spanish chums and he boasted a flock of turkeys were flushed ;
' bisi washy of interestieBre'capitil ter have meeting and arrange a pro- and if the reform .
places
,, grants that it has over any other citizenof in the young cane and perched in the should a -n1"'
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&j!! : of Belgium, and i gramme. for the summer. the State. trees a hundred yards oft He went after ate the female employees rasa politic,

: hats The Palace of Jus- That Miss Jennie Gray is to.be the new ODe of the moat abtle amd
t tEty., new. What is that right? them, and was there a long time rubbinghis ... pernieipw'* of,
FtiII1iII 1M best monument in all .ecbool-marm. School opens October hat the evils will be abofthed.
e ;: I1I specks and in the many
It is that "eminent right" that is foun- shaking paroxysmsof '
i11( ;It is grand_beyond all concepI That Bob Carlile can and look at a deer'strack ded in all sources of title (in the crown a buck ague. By and by his companions In consequence of recent dive c '\IVtl ,

t'ff1r1.atJ.and nearly every in the morning come nearer and the flew off it bus become widespread belief that :
a- of England and in the people of thiscountry came up turkeys
,..." Briflnm has its fine cathedral or telling where he will roost'that night, "Why didn't shoot f he asked of i'is a common oocarenoe for officers. ol
: F r ) represented by the State, and you
KJ6i 4'", ....Nieat building,, and something" than any other man in South Florida. whenever lands cease to have a visible the Karrland man. "B-1 andBlasestIthought I the army and navy..to duplicate their. '. ..1

,.1.-.s..;ls.ii. srtor,interwting in history. Alii That the STAB is becomiDg-tuite. .favorite owner that can respond. to tax liens and those were air-plants." pay account But both the fudgfrftdvo- I 1

u i'imy. : avaUable 'foot ofLudbriiMJaii in this section.. O. C. cate general of the army .d;,they;:Judge-
-T" 1 ..... assessment, such lands "escheat"or revert I do not vouch for this but Me. ;
story
,1Ia --wheai,potatoes,etc.Ili't' advocate general of the myAa.tt'thatithe '
cropB For Railroad laticatioa. )
Prospects Good and fall back to the original source of all .
will Pll vouch for )fee
:..!-,.!., ,.,. .:,a1MKat one-lonrth of what is .' title, the State. ,and belief is erroneous. OeD.Swdt .,. .\
It appears they were having an "expe that within the past two oaly f J
t ;' li"arepIoledinmiDeat" It seems that the Board of Trustees of 8. When land baa "escheated" or reverted yean oar.

:::1.,'fs...|sme a&d aarble. There are factsBMiadlsuaarka the Internal Improvement Fund having back to the original stock of eminent rience meeting"and the turn of one who officers of the army have been w'...L J
had been curious round
t of all kinds. They decided that they could not execute .conveyances domain the fee and not a lien merely a very man came This may be so, but.therealtratkno'
and combined
ii yhmifths of all they produce. to the Pensacola and Atlantic has also come back to the original inquisitiveneas awe to doubt hi that many ofieers have followed :1
draw the members around him and the
: isli. errs numerousaad excellent Railroad Qmpuyfortbeamoun'ofland this practice without detection or without -, ,
source of all title, and the State can then
hush of expectation at the of
p t' s"t,en teaht on the intuitive system to which that company is entitled undez convey this fee simple instead of alien was point exposure. There ire banker Hda. 1
hearing a pin falL "Well Brother
t't. "afira. .bill.before the Chamber its charter and land Grant, until the merely. city now who hold duplicate y accounts .1

:'t lt'J1:.! tves in favor of compulsory selection of the Florida Southern had Whether a subsequent acquirement of whispered the deacon by way of helpinghim of officers, but who are keeping.the .mat ., .J

.7.g:= r'.vhich. for this. country, been made and conveyed, the first named the fee by escheat would enure to the the to start.convert dreampt"and I a dream" began ; ter quiet, not only in response! to the
so dld"Speak
':f<' aTMesent. condition and by made formal demand of the guilty ones,. but beeaaae'theJ'lUJ by
J.:: -' Company huff benefit of the grantee of,a tax title merely a little louder brother" said the deacon .' -' 1
.:-fMw... of the law seems good. board for such conveyances, claiming to remaining silent get bade their money, of
4 query. "that old sister over there is deaf. "I
4 tw. ,, -uca II deue. At the same !:be entitled thereto because of the entire 4. Bias any. of the Spanish chums, as dreampt a dream" he reiterated in which there would be no prospect. in case
'i.{;..'VtalJill'Jorida.woaldcontain of It road.. a of exposure.
: completion yet escheated or reverted to the State? !
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louder tone "and I didA little
;t;Hilt."kty millions of' people. One The demand was refused by the Board either by operation of law or time or by louder" the so deacon "the deaf The Executive, brmdi.of the United :'1
urged ,
1t mllIWexpect. to find,great ac- on the ground that the chums of the Florida legislative enactments? I States Government is abroad: The President ':
sister can't understand "I
dreampt
sach and mostVilst.oee' selections of hinds yon. : and every member of his Cabinet hi jj
a people a to
:::s '. Southern'railway The common law formerly held that an dream"
shouted the excited
a
'fi.- of and of time. stood first in orderof now subject I out of town and the Ship of State Is drifting
land
; means under its grant "absence beyond sea or out of the realm .
.. "and so I did; I dreampt I was about six
!,,. T"patriotic, and love lib- privilege; and that the claim of the for seven yean without being heard from" idly along today in. the shallow
F n miles from here a ridin' of a bob tailed
5:1'II"f- =l Iy+wgrate but little. Still, as Pensacola and Atlantic must be held subject raised the legal presumption of death I channel of routine. Admiral Nichol ia

\ :1I(. e.o.t' of the iron material to that of the Florida Southern,since and the absentee's estate escheated or was pony, and so I was-I reckon yon can Acting Secretary' of the Nay: ChIef.
understand that
old deaf
you whelp, I Ican't Clerk Tweedale of the War
h9lrstlactssre. and buy four-fifths of of the latter lathe oldest and Department:
: jr., the charter ; liable to escheat. If
r' the deaf sister didn't
you ,Assistant Davis '
of the
& aadbreadstunXit seems alMitiiitLithe its land grant provides for a period of Some of our States have shortened this the deacon did and with Secretary State:
a timely 1
suggestion and Assistant
and of its : Secretary French ;of the
1.must come, seven yean for the completion absence to three yean before the presumption of prayer he cut short at once the I J
!!tlMi secs when this overstock oflwfiaur Treasury Department. TheWhiteHoaeI
f'
road. of death can be legally -
presumed
brother's
#migrate. would exists the knowing cursing experience and what severely empty, and one of the Innumerable 1
They
very The supposition among and as most of the Spanish claimants otherwise might have been an experience -
Assistant .
; '" llpoodooloniate,.as they are ones that the matter will now come have been absent a long time already: for that 8. ,Attorney Generals '

;"' .A: dYe and temperate. ,and of a before the courts at an early day, for ad- abort notice by the passage of an act meeting..1. 1- holds the scales at the Department of i

1! 1'-' !". # .tIoa. juatment and decision of the question as should suffice to put an end to their The Kimball Hoaie,Atlanta, Horned Justice. The Government clerks are

\,r .. ,nosiO.d,, the cost f li.0 vmg..Eor to which of the two roads has the prior chums and escheat the land to the State. to tae Gro.... having a picnic, and there is no immediate -
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1 t'h well, priee i.are not lower claim. The decision will also, when arrived 5. I see that by Section 61, Page 39 of ATLANTA, GA., August 12.-The Kimball danger of a Cabinet meeting. .

.. > '.: i The barroom proper does at, doubtless affect the grants of the aesion laws of 1883 that after the House was discovered to be on fire AUGUST.

'w."..,......hers. ,The"Cafe". rather on other roads claiming land grants,and will lapse of "three years after the recordingof this morning at 5 o'clock. The flames getting -" Base Ball.1.' Notes. i

"L:.!. V forder. But they are faah- be looked for with considerable *interest the tax deed, no suit or proceedingshall beyond control, Mr. Scoville, the The Jacksonville Juniors won a game 3 f

'":> "r ."Wies and gentlemen. TheylIiitl" by the public.-Tma-Union. be commenced by former owner or proprietor, ordered the guests awakened, at Ocala, on the 14th, against the Ocalas, _4

"' Dd expeadve.those 4'SWThe claimant to feet aside any deed,"etc. and the guards went through the hallways ',
and Fruit Grower's Association the score standing, Juniors 16, Ocala 11. -i}
.. who have the time to Vegetable This practically changes the law limit- breaking open doors where necessary -
i ij' Tallahassee, on Tues- Two female base ball clubs being
meet at are :
his
"' ''' ''lit to.Europe ua good thing..brma ing actions from seam to three years, (another to insure the safety of guests. The <
: day the 21st inst. fire having originated in a rear building'organized in Philadelphia, which will
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: nature under
a new form. attempt to bolster up tax titles)butI
owl was favorable to their Within play exhibition in of the .J
a escape. games many
of the"Monkey-faced ,
; il4'at: first: under the new style A specimen apprehend that no sound judge will be minutes the hotel
twenty was emptied, principal cities of the East during the
iIitt!.+ kediSerent,manners, and nn- quite a rare bird, was recently capturedin found to uphold any of these mere liensin and within an hour the structure was .j
Pitts, of the l of a fee simple absolute fall, and visit the South during the ,i
i of expression, especially in the Everglades by Captain place a burned to the ground. The hotel was ,! '
.. clear title of the land with its interest winter. The they;ce "mil:
Orlando. I built by A. L Kimball,' and owned by managers say
,one almost I
cllf: ,would imagine from the of the earth +-
"extending center
Robert Toombs; John Rice, Joseph P. lions"in the undertaking and they propose i i
.' |new 1DlpuI.scsand unlike all Invalid mothers, weak children, nervous -,s to the ward" and guarded and! .: :. "
hoped Thompson, and others. It cost (600,000 to give the first public exhibition .
t.or, ',. meD.' But gradually and fretful infanta are benefitted by I j it is.to be protected by our constitutional : and the furniture $125,000, while the in- "' rx""f op '

: !i here.will creep out here and using Brown's Iron Bitters. Harmlessbut guarantees that requires property surance was only fSO,000, among 'manycompanies. the 1. Philadelphia. :f' .... groundsaoout.. ... >"..,' .,": ,,1'- : ;. "
to be taken only "by due process oft ucr lat. -' .12
;a look, a motion, that be- efficacious. I Tj : :J
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? J y7 <<{Vl *fW njoo '-l .I Oft.iA I 1
a ota'i1sefuJ
1 t ;JR.II ,a.storm ;cgpne$ .1WrancJ she. U'ad'
.N, j .PI.cl.
; .
'eap .II'OW. mya.tbmi1ar tiotr-Af I 'Darpthe, fllst'clap qtthun\1e ;?J. bat the skilledwdrkniadk

>iea'ei'Deace; are p D tr'"U'I'' ) 'Thattherd:abbuidrbe+,none ligence plo and unusual skiJliaiready '

4gmaad. always a JietterPriC i :-..'ie'<<,,I I possible i as .taJief: : obsequies being',all oflatioKdlip&tamany;recognition'!htr even' 'r' ,

<' t x74J tl+lY t tjafi 't't' t; .. C & : : Jr
) of the
xc > C'i1 A:: Mlehiga"Stnit:giow& 1 with 'the I ready before.;her'death.The''coffin, girda'otthii'I' : J
'isblutiod'lofiammonia' : with:silk.velvet; cost,>$1400;'the gold I j, prefer young met?Who ..
.
may that ir'klw-do '
away the codling moth. He' ,' ''too I plate 'on u it; + $i00. Here iSl& body. they'o .!
snatcher's prize. j '?ollet't ul'hti. ,
with 's syringe early in warm t ,
I > : '''
.UI *. '" '.. MANAGING f Wasliin rafcwaterrf ft ,-\
i t"jaiM!. LL ';attack THE' WOMAN IN POLI- '
; ** :"'
the'sJd'n '
.as{ : t. !I J1i r_. vII I 'I' ,TICS They Jate ; the softens 3 la n &ti ;
'' ttlttf orjjrgia
C of the 'soaplrfawfj t.dT -
'0;.' '. !-trecord "' political in ._ .
changing prospect. .Indiana $ ,
case as I
rr ,'v( r .Li % Pf.c '. A urteeichthatlyoar.uws I j *;the 'I isahatthe fortunes ofijMesjus*, IJen- Bathe: Ute 'faces :
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,, '. IH' .dli'.: <( .-' .,.., ... ,I,g theifeedf'with re.; JWiMdtMir.aUittiatidba at:fair 'profit"above I : 1 : | [t 'I Bricks -and McDonald ;:argil hquna: p 'e'. eningv'iili'''' ". ; ,m,:..ni t )t'bJ.y"

.1 : \ wk?itn;t L' Riot t\d l:1Wj'l IJ" ambitJcms, &r.J4.iJ.S fr:htsprevents .
:?' the cost of keeping. i : 'J.J" .
,i 1' ':\ 'f"J.. _i.i\ r I : aa i,47 ) 'thgyrq i atlawordsV points/thei ;I I"DO iiot lpurc4"'th'4l-&' !.
/M : t.'Wufba ,toot'is:o1 e'of;the 1Je8t r for*' ,must perforce follow.; .Mr&ilendricksisone.ofthe osquetairaki gloti,' ) 't..
'
; std I 'lasArplenta"and'iititcan: ; or Jace wtlllook'i "
;mrfoW; .most-engaging-of womenand ; wen.
'.- ", !liii=f.li t b : aDtit1eISJargaeno ,enough itJa : falLionable.and .
q tw'cal
,;;, a tet ic at the same time .one];.of .t1te.m.ost. t U-t iJf V#
,. .*{:l4tor ont oidool use. For the I not lace nn1eSSd ,
;;? eather l ambitious.Uer.hQsband'ff.succesabas( l. .' u
**
..: r i tdth'e' beerpptabl4imllisctrcIetandshe; ha Untold' : misery-:" -,'or Wean "H i ':1

w > ,.".., .. '. J' '. ."_ "I['1 *"*lfcj' > r 4 ,51 dt: u, sail total d ; \ 'mri- seen him achieve it all. OflateyI! shoes. Weatslipperswli '.1
( .... .1 ll'l --i *-, ** f- *7 v w >
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.. .1tl!..<'9'f Q t fAi his seaeoti5f. i8ti In | tift hree her hastbeen. rmost anxious tthntibeshooldjJ .asp ; a. ? wife: oPl..; !' wr r',

;t.:<< ioo1" .. .. I.Jtbt tl..'I, I UI.reM1j xrhstb'tlherelirio+ I alongside'! e 4),;eJ deut,'.and;her influence, 1 i I'gash Z C- the, front-f hair-in;: r --.-
iHilt fci' >*w4 J :
fj. .... ,'&", 'these ate no'treed iii Wepaef < 'gr !,- over ]rim+-6asrgroattirInoreawd.-.more- every evei...,g. beforeun .

;'t j' '- .. .. .w,'- -. ,' .. .!" ,UJUaB. .J riade* of a fow paWs idihJa *-'*: commaudingA In ;France, her salon rattoRgeej ,t''If"II'.k ';- _: ,,
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.. < i.ll" "u. "' .l .fvUJhfIR--aI1f bter.t4gn + rlTeuflr would-be crowded,with ;than'wits ofParisandfrthecharni. t crisp:.., ..,' lRlucl .etfect.

it .rr ')_.u.OftJrI 'j f !!'The-a.y bm-j'lsv'L ras*..'-first brought*"-iW ( the eye ,of iher,-life and r sought.after; and I t.the 'ti

J JfY "" :* '-", .tmphl eft manners.wonld:be werful'iu b .hUs- curled_ it. will not b ng. .
....... .i,.,;Li-u.. ..' .'....tl.. ftk::: .J arL 'Ibo-es 'l the T2gus7aLd was band behalf P$ ; I he' i\, -,..... ........ "!
tig! Us liYiWIdra.ubicDonambitioryis ;
J b '" ; J_
: iadetis ta J. :J.l ,M' !.v
.. .. ; ;
.
i ',Po&ciI't $-; tu d daf coloro 1'if. 'iroote, t n'PiS'ftJ a..planT( ot late* :: 1Year; shields \!g'degahh.rowth "IiIJ1 '"
F .w f <' I Ii itlri ; : i she heal been? married less>than :'every dress. audif1yQytp J
tirhbe'' :dbii-yenta bhoi '1V=was ffo ip'diterthree .' ,_
l'" In 11 J) i" : WJW l,' b1l.t.- 1..1'J "{) .jearsJvfihe.is'i woman of'que nlyrpresenc 'between the etrouldet'r. plaof __

Y.f" .ti1 dW.."" |rs I'redd t! "" mW milk: 11.s pra'cti << :@ &_- dud }bear-ty t .the.,Marie .light ;:tlatme j r'n .

\ I -tl ft ; -__ '' ; rsud' AntoiDette-orderjt wfthxan". influence' ibis absorth persp -"
11W'
} =: o; tPT-tir h t bk for irq' "' rile .
t.nr. ( 1
1rt .,.. BjI k "oft'mahes ; > whoseeiwitehery :ran-- scarcely. ,exlained. :" keeps :the.kodyiro 4e !II*

.: ... '...i rYr I itIIMi! *. 1rnJiijftir..t dfie''geieraconfer tL If she, too, has.indu1g .Ii.' den dI'aits.: ths I( ii'D

.61 '_amA tPVits a1 uin"'f U t&naL 'ttid.4oQe',<1 PQUtical'prefermm.t;surely :io u3e ,
'" tl. .. 1I i1 oil tfeaf ui ='paint brbpait'llt 7
l
.1J.. LVrr ( lft ;!1'h lirltIi 1ii 1 &batu.lg'"" f : ( no- pew complications have' been' added
I ,." ...... 'I. !I1a[ ti IO i"ii \LS"til' 'wheat' t dn y'udd : Indiana politlcs.'i' -ic ta'be observed.c A J 6glit'ap II" VL'
.. If" ; A FAlrf CostPLEx'ioN. :A ladyr-wh"p rice powder several times a' *
illchliig ktrawDerry oeds'says' : t
y Of'" :. ..f r- [: )qj ofI+ 11tQroi m"ft.is, s 1t"tsYV"ekj" $ire'io { 'r i : /' -t ro'mt'tf:' has a beautiful complexionJfree from'; keep,the :face""from I bee61 i4.,....;

cr ;not. ::= IW .t40. xfSA ,1vi1fa1'nd we aS.- This : tuteleis I pimples and: blotches'regular and clear' arid: ''fliU 'also cool th'e'blllta Z'7l6ii tt'

: 1"'eoII tai i'ibeslYee : tlwllattinIDffl g features' ,
aE!1IUch tlme s -- can scarcely fail"tobe fv- > >*i *

...-. 'f...... kVdrM'fd1: J 'J| i.U!' .,ap. d'that'the I ... f .. : 1cl'oth'r'. :; regarded rue ood-obkihgu if* noeaatdful.Some .,.t' ,fkles A good' or'tan wastito"' isTmade'and1 apply tcJ1\1"'.
s'16
r"asii"feor"' i iilbt aatin 1hturr. s codling l be oatmeal in'Wash- I" t! "' .
7 y import "lnto Calidornkt' by '' k 'milk. Tfi cuc u ;
in'the
"""tW\1t.tR. bD\1ii"' g the fact r to-ar medtr st of ,
improving: ;
thinly '
; .eitl ; rultlenffbHhai $tate and iash'ed'rttie I ..1t D
:;
that]Ills rl" t?bnillctaca1d -i i4 ',.-. j narm-3 le skiu-"but it. 'Wo ld1 be'1 fafnfoVesensiill : ';'
"' .:wlt. gdaheln l qaht i 61 b0ilt 1nri: it r pd'comparison'-; '> '* *-with v ** -i : **" i and-rph i>sioTogieal'to:tak a if!n-' Pn the.f* (t etore'rettr.a r," :;er
.... -- { JThe j st has increased iitif'it < .H'*** f rules arefoUoiVw out you w1d1 tybac.
t $'b etteb ti.COldj tl'J 7 g. |tVrnSlly as:>food. "Tne:use 'of 'Hesh'-'in"; Self 1
.f. "now to ii *W J* betterlooking and more _
-. .. ,.t"'" l"satinnos g, are '"-:very: ,alarming. .:.-:' 'r'( ,' Usually"a j at 'the._ .extreme f, 0,_certainly_ 'tend9 F.' to impair>?, lhari heretofore:- ..'7. ; ;,t..1'. .-;:.... "?""'"

j", ......... ...' '1 It-, r1'1" : Tj, .s, JCtl or 'J3> rtr< ,''andrthe... the'complexton. The use of pork'and' I. .._,.' ... __._ ..n. "'>::...JI..-.s...:r.l'.... ._>ot
.:.1-1. f-.II > f bd'"irilf, In/.seUing} b. ,. ..9. ; tgi to fatsf in' general'produce/a course skin I '. '"'!(' rr t K" ..-.1.'.,,,

t & I E''lrol'tliat'vi6's&edgthxa SI mataes s agdrLOthe' platts J1. ':'#"* }. pimply* shining;?' 'rougK'-. ritb d'a: Public OpInkMt.T i'..oi catt 'I

%: ...ft < d..: ;vch therefmay1be ., \; i ; l41l1l 'gt'eaSy.Jlook: They deeperiHhe colon< b'itn"'Ui'i} ,, '.
; 4hIIi .II..H..IL: .:.;,;J.Q'C. 9 small.stop of ,around' -- '
8nd
ell paper v when
: liver added .
a
\ ".1'UI or- you > S O** : esy difficulty is ;the Tfceie' 1a tiNul : '
i.: ;".. }..Vihiil aUJo e d'' M the!,plant,so.thactitgllbyt Illo 'spin..V i'_'JJ L dark look'ies>- -'t.4.iO 1 Ile4tI.. wa.1 gt ."
W gy : '
,, .. .. ; su 1 P1.i.rrf
nbUc '
the. ; P opinTon; lt
( 3n '* "'silii t in tP 1ot".) inch below sufacean4 'that.o 1ndtati : :
> n J. ; \ ( .& ,jo 'To tiefair: S" 1 opinion ok '?ztbf..ri.'lr'
public itQ
?t".r/fIb&"' d'I1ftth' above.Tonng'andquicklp. .
&I
is
.rr.: 1ft1'ld'Y.f-all'ezptild the..... i fed Anl, lyingrq Jewess to live, .. like .one, .eatingv'nb'pork ha like a spark had'Igni 'f&f I
d \oAQU : g by. ,.nojjastry. &ge\\Vl'iq M.. '
thing ''
!. i- 'lo 't1i lPia1'ri t.JJ
pf'grass-and
roblesy"ft4s oft en' more water and faXui their ; Jeaning to disfigure ,the countenance,* to "' __)t .' s. ... ..t
sayotbing..of flank .
"
'
t d'thonsa' "ds
i "t r.f1 \ ; older and weU-f d animals al ,-O 1
... s swamp; ,;;her,improved.health.as-tlife 1- -.
.
firmer perish rlives
'drb Imoas' ; a touch and richer'flavor Inilat'times
Jews
y. ulints"btci ;.Jts ,,I',are jseldom.Jl everdvtctimatofpulm9naty.consumpUont
;" ..:...a."t4 theirttinace '" ocher'in nitrogen:1 The oriD > ; domestic analslost ; 1

., .i. d'mnii J b re+ more delicate'the; latter:will' i : | anabata .sCrof1ila-.i: -. SO with tlie s ''i n l oicbllc'r
blotche-or
r ..humors, \
e.\nll\ ig while 1irid
>theyuare
h
sutrihotys.Farnier! pinion t'oit ii an"g iit
: watdiltlDi,> ;dltbet:-\r D iiYllifiig'but : !
L bM t1a:' t 1Y '-ST.! rl1 + $f.bal.di i ij ,',QLJq,, ..Jro.m."most ;of the., :diseases. xwitn Pen its betr l eo i}tkeacr..
\ Mold; { if : >j aJ,1ft whichawe, are.8CQurgedja(<3Iost) dttthe .. "'t'-J"H 't... 1
It'
> 'un
troldR6 E fWt irr that foc''tentyeaia v r*>i oppiesses, .J ; and. Jauaa.
m'tr the, he has natives oft cotland > u"uf 1
; <\ , vtbe ,
ychiut/ : f 4r'o"ni vibe"i cod pnotected'liisE{ /currant. -.i-.r ; ; Germany; most'heirfousof' 1f nces?.tIr-.,->..
i ia ; .. Russia, Swedeu, }iorway, ;of :
I theipeasi '(He ; ;
t = fl leaderwho'T t toi&ifiscenes to
th at il'fik"a tI 'egblesfr id worms by. the"/applicatibnof: ?! try,; living : ;
:very. .simply at!home "
t + i V" i. ; of carnage'uptuhisSiddJ{girUis
d
uft iAf iitc i l i1iU -y I'kiidV wld die ,
water. 1
',' t wereEnormp&V l; Ells.1 j.\. is ;Aot+ ,mostly, OIl Iil'8inshave'.goodl: if needs be'iii'eoreV ancT'yetwillsl L '
r ,tI ['W triugipot; t"'d",then soundfteeth.and :
U puts spine fair complexion .- i-.V iLAn> i1U rL !
,; .. w J!'tables [ the 'h ri- -- did (tI1 auSs me oo1nfuls"of oftellebore, villtell result.ol crcAJ habitft.I n .r
H fj ,.. ", :'It3me
: 1". IT --" -1 -- fromthe "ian''roGl
ttcdigestiou}. bat r''rV.lir .
:; ie k: |. m ure or
;' '-4,, ..P..J'.l& .i ood'fas'r ''iea9tlrn. the'injshes wean 1 t'I WHAT A GIRL WANTS'TO'X: lT'J,.:! sight,of'his; ::'field'olCtoryti'rnation
uuapt -' and[ j are jryj ppririles
J.h
!? 7 av, ,Among the-'yourig ftbf,
: -- women'wvho'Irsk ntiortiold
+
:::YO'f't bl S I ; or:aTougtfriderran; 'e ,
KiU4ev :w1ni
: yiutterfly1or dogs
; ) bad fQa"f\jf\.ia W'the fei' .pbrtantand'sometlm'es'perpiexfn question = -3M m&&fflr&pubHc 'cyn=:
thatcan; bare chedfor; Lyso ,a *Is one'who-wants vtb* ddn : "
.k.I.r"'l( tritltF { r
4. 7ani oa -1 ittoeeyhatre lileit-: billet ;: heiripasftivent: .
.'-..... ..... : ,f i.{Kireut gfatulurei hundreds i /. ; kind of ;dn; n" elBhouldniariYJ' "' ,' '
; ": Her who
"anctih lr \ 'opmfon.lJ'hose bna1ath
t, pJ. -.m tW,wa:),.. .... place"IU't, Yl .r out. of'.tie :way. A., good insect: ; t.and' particular anxiety is to Know whether: ft at'thls''sentirrrent iaTthetKijwise ; I pf't..gf e

'r' "ThntjFeTrtfo-Mllleeif'nlal. the a small box nailed,under. the. glsses,, f would be safe for a girl.wtthout' net j teachings.ifie-u'vinff'J: : XampTi-,

( <;;--t :. S* ilftfc} : l- barn, thejlx>xhayinga. I[to'marrya'man'without a'tradeIt' i is .andthe'eam sreffbrWofgwjd'cTfizenaw -,

7 ; ocqutaFeExpositiou init; one inchin diameter: : rather unusual'for 'gtri in'love to'I00 J ;,, *,hj .d Jutl d'irl'arid:;ati.Ti{'bii

' 'as4s.gentra ,,g4 altr: yolntioncannot ,,, reIlJVill b )din such boxes em'. solar ahead as' this or to take such1 a1prattc 'plniori, like all'so catled'express o s Ot

ay: .be: 4911r*Iadiaus: \ 1Utirty resin i todestroy the pests.:; heart view of Jife.! Few of the"nivever the''pebple, is-a- creation'6f'tnefcoiir.oorr i
f bacSh r It is said that wherever the .His think beyond how :
tylbei : they will
t > UtJt'a.ncJ. vjlir.ed look at th e It is now for war and then for peace tit.
'* ideas. ,.,;,i r 3fesiatts muatleain that grow the .mulberry, will cba- wedding or whether "'would 'be'tetftr; t is lis' fickl a3AiriJ; and'cbvi :Ks

,"Va. the price f lk it:e yen ia,theu::;bwri wherever tbe'latter is found silk i and \we to have the'services at home, in churth. ? political complexion.as- theVh'aniieon.

yC; ."CouQtry 19 usfjtoo :be nnflag Ilg,, h>: is possible ; hence from-hlaiae on or whether: as a matter of romance,she 'ddes it hued It'1Snbthmg and slgriiles

!i' d.os J* ?;whicllBerlbps; ;;the:younger 'ida; and I..from't th6' rock-bound ; ps- ought not to run a.way:' less.. It is the creaturerbrde otism

, generation majr be spurred by witnessing one ocean to theTaJcidc'slopes :It 3 The'trouble with the to-day arid o'f anarchytrflnoirpy.'Ithasnostabmtyaridi'as'a :
., J the fruits;of other'the' United' States 'own is young .wbma n
.,.. sncIi1ndasfry. The Mexi in the present case is that she'isengate1 had
; realify! ;
leans are drifting out of inviting this"5 so" from '
the dark tangle industry; now to a'nice'young mari'who no existence '
never learned'a ,' save in the' imagiria ?n-
into trobving cbarmela..L'11ie blSbk dress developing.-bilk and.Fruit Cr and trade. lie '
thought it 'A'howling
hand
whit: was much nicer mob on the one :for i
ihff woraert wear wiir'nbt'be made Fowls do not like to scratch viewed to take a clerkshipw, ,here he' political the
gets sixTeen war dance does nod express
,:;. *over rloopeft for the children. year to dollars
up The own mannre..drnntage a week |
may ,ar lvytrere the work opinions of a people ; but. these :cate-
q sun will act beat Or the rani'pour many of this fact to keep them from index dotsn't soil bis clothes. The, icised bodies give shape to sentiments,

;;,: ..:jea.zsiJ: longer:;on" heads'. never hooded, ing ups seeds .sown, hi. the'_ g >well woman has bee studying this question young rarely principles, and' the people, negatively

'acct'by hawlSy>': rthe'.dk5k: med the_droppings of;the hen-roost his with rather more philosophy fall into line of
'
and and the slogan
". 't.i rlS .ales,earning. to '.lift colors,=.and tered over freshly-planted beds equal, judgment than the sex is, usually creel good public opinion heard echoing throughout

'' ttheir.mothersareseeuig: : that' soft eyesJJarfcptettier'v will scratch'elsewhere.. The I agri- ited with. She fears. that, clerkships the land.-Ph ilu.Tlwroughbred5tat
: If as
abtded'by'str w cultivation will .a general
andfeittieis soon carry the thing do not pay well do Journal
;;
the under tie aroHs glare,and given'by the manure where afford opportunity for ad\8Dct'mentand not
.
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f" nhit: the glace of;youthfaliiess Is'more reach it. : ) : on .to are of less certain tenure, than. d T.

r ''i aiw e':''u4 attrictlte ;'eti eedx iuch1te '! said' ball of anything1 else. TShe almost ,First ice man-Any mean poope
. 'It Is that finds ;
a' ,".';;.: '"(D'aum.mer;;.-."" '"'<'...-_ .4.1.; 0111'o. .:..'.. .:.' mixed:, ,. in fouriaUoDS; a of. pint water.of .. farm- who learn trades-igood:,'the honest young men i 011 your' rou' e 1'" second ice man"Ishould

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\ useful '
.; v ilr n.1.f'.1\i 1 say so run
'trades-lstein. I
dray bisects to r' ; meanest.set ever8.Cross.'WhY.three
rose-bushes.
! .. upon. '1 bave'more'ainbitibn
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f-i "' ) .... j .. "" ." are sturdier and better directed. keep scales." :out- of five' families

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t rHE'-F"LORIDA' STAR' IRON Bi'i-j' S.SEEKS. NOTICE .OF TAX SALES FOR THE YEAR 1882. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.PRITCHARD&MAY. '

; TJ imsDA AUGUST 23, 1883.THURSDAY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'THAT\ THE FOLLOWING ,DESCRIBED

1 --of'FuBLlSHED EVERY lands will be sold at publictuction on,the Fourth day of8cptem1Jer A.. D. 1883, at ,

Jl AT' Titusville, in the county of Dre\'ard, or so much thereof M will be necessary to pay OFFER FOR SALE :
X'! ....:etitik. : : Florida. for herein to the with of .
J ;& '!' the amounts due taxes let: opposite same togethei costs
tr g E. B. WAGER, sale and advertising: Business, Residence Lots,

: ? Editor & ,Publisher.If .

}'t-"?, 'Snui ik.oolumn.juBaglB. A800AKBl;" .Ii ,81.0 ono Inch per.in Annum. space In IS advance.squaresIf Name of Owner. I Description of Lmtl. I:::,...J hl: -:?: I i=:..:. I '=-. TITUSVILLE.Also and Dwellings in "


;it'*;" -rJjH.ftygjtlMinents will not receive unaccompanied attention.idvertlsiD by the Allen, Balsam,. .. S W't of S W {. .. .. .. . .. 21:!$ 'a7C' 40th$3.55 Lots In
?rates enquire of the Editor health and avoid sickness. Apthorp, li m. Lee. ,. E fractional lot 3.. . . .. .. . :ills 3' 27.fil. Unimproved "
JJrJpl enclosing three cent stamp. E fraction lot 1.. ... . .. .. . .14 3Os 38e 23,00. .. .
t. : Instead of feeling tired and In nrrears (or 'SI, '80 and 79.. .. . . . 7.62 Indian Jliver City.Have .
% THIS PAPER may be found on file at worn out, instead of aches Bass, A. C.,.. ... ... S E of S W l .. .. .. .. ... 2i' 30k 4OO014.24
t ,'fieri P. Eowell & Co'a Newspaper Adver-where and pains, wouldn't you Brothers, Wright,. .. S I of S E and S I of S W' 1. .. .. 328:0 7e 15-1(1) 7A5 a large list of

.%* ; ,ftirinrBareau (10 Spruce Street for rather feel fresh and ? Byrne, John P. .. ... pirtofstrip 16 Della pine Grant, N :. .. . ... .
it strong
: idTertising contracts may W comer of N W 1 of N E 1.. .. -I :!:!. 3.X20.00 .26 Orange Groves
" taKEWYORK. .. Brittle, Au stus. ... X uf S E I of n e .. ... .. 7' 24s 30k; Wnu 1.00 ,
STAB is .the OFFICIAL newspaper You can continue feeling Boring, J stril'X E I anti in arrrars for '81. 1J J-1t. ,S1,'5 3.22

THE BreTard county. miserable and good for nothing Bailey, 12 and :1 nnll"W j of C'\.Imd .. .. .. .. ON HIGH HAMMOCK & FIRST-CLASS I
j for arrears for'SI, 80 and '19.. .. ... lti 2tJ 3&. 203,0015.03
'Entered at the Pout Office at Tilusrille a* and no one but your- Deah, ). ; of S strip 2 oft-tO interest Del- .. .. .. .. .. .. PINE LANDS,
SeeonJrClcut Matter. self can find fault,but if you \\.N Grout . .. .. ... .:.. :J2 :!:!... 3.c 160,00 .39
are tired of that kind of life, IkIlncr, C ') tGO sere :;c,1tllka13 lot ur . 34 .. .... ... -Which we are offering ntB01'TOlI -
-The Cincinnati News very sensibly saysUat you can change it if you 1 of 1.10 interest Ielespinefn't 22s; sic' 1180,00 .. .
or strip 3 of 1-10 interest of Del- .34 .. .. .. .. PRICES.
the explain choose.
while republican papers ... Grunt . .. .. .. .. .. 22 35e 1350,00 6.44
the business outlook and find, one overproduction Bunker, .. : s w 1 of:5 W 1. ... .. 23371'1 .ne 11,70 .50

another some other cause, and How ? By getting one IJunker,George V. .. 11 I of s w !. .. .. . ... .. 21; . .. .. . PINE-APPLE LANDS,
eua* different cause for business troubles, bottle of BROWN' IRON BIT li eIofselandseIofneI..2737s-Ile I1jSGO 3.17
and and Bandy, 31 E. .. e 'f n w ; in arrron!'SI,'1:10: ant 1'(1 27 27si3iK 00., ".,S'> 1._)C'" First Quality At Low Figures.
that strikes bankruptcies TERS taking it
his manifest regularly '
Cleveland J A..seofnwinarrears'SI, 80 and 7932 21i13Il' 40.0U 6.0
;whether due to one cause or another, according to directions. Clenlent, ,r c. .. ... Lot 1. ... .. .... .. .. . .. 2 23s 37e 3 Itu, 12.O Several Large Tracts or

whether the grounds for striking are just Crawford, -. . n W' !. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. 5 3ly'4Oe' ItJO, t.1 2,1)1Cnttlctt
.or unjust, are not wholesome indications. Mansfield,Ohio,Nov 36,i83r. John.... se 1 ofn w 1. .. . .. . .. 30 2Gs13Oe 40.00 1.00 HEAVY HAMMOCK LANDS.well .
it be overproduction Here are Gentlemen:-1 hare suffered with Cockrell, A 1V. .. "J of :4.w 1 sec. 19 anti n j of n w 1. 311243! 3Ge 161,322 4.02
What if pain in my side and back,and great Crayon, Luca. .... All uf Spanish Grant.. .. .. . ..-IG 21)s :3.e; 2lJ,. O ..GODriggs adapted toSugar ; ,
valuable markets all around us, waitingfor soreness on all ay breast with shoot- J ".. ...... n c ,I of 11 W l.-.323232c 39,8(1 1.00
ing pains through
body attended -
my Bananas and
reciprocity treaties and mutual con- with great weakness depression Davidson, GCOl" C. .. Lot 4. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 26 :JJl'lj4, l40Ot.l 2.01 cane, Early vegetables..
ions looking to that mutual exchange of spirits, and loss of appe Grey, PJCnamin.:4 w 1 of u e 1. . .. .. . .. 7' (' 40,1)0 .81
tite. have taken several
ce differentmedicinesandwutreatedby Gan"in, ,\ .. .. AllCf8pani.hG'ntnrrear:4.s1: 'SO. 7'9:17 211413-1. 757311277 Also unimproved Lands in all sections -
:. which is commerce. For one reason ort inent phrsicUns for my liver prom-, kidneys In arrears for 8180 tuul'79. . .. -I020s'3.J' (. 413,62, 6.88

'another the party which has administered I thought,and spleen I would,bat try I Brown's got no relict Iron In arrears fur 'SI, 'SO mill 'i'9. .. -12 20h 35c 5,22 ..GOFerchar of the county. ,

:the government for twenty-two years will Bitters: I have now taken one bottle ,Peter. . All8p.mi,bG'nt. arre3rs '81,'SO&7t 39201'13-1( 4jjOO( 7.80 I
make,no effort in this direction, or onlyabortive and side a half and and back am all about wellpainin -soreness III arrears fur '81, '80 tutd'79..13 20s 35t' 7,2u .w A FEW VERY DESIRABLE
efforts. all out of my breast gone and I have :a In arrears for '81: 'SO anti '79... . 39 1 2Os 35e 73,9 4.44Giles
good appetite, and am gaining in Malone,.. .. ... Lot2blockG9, Eau Gahhiellic, In arrest .. .. .. Homesteads Left..
The best markets are those in which, called strength faitkinftfttudianet.JOHX and flesh. It can justly. be for'SI. 'SO nud 19. ... .. .. .. ... IG :!7s 37l' .. ... .36Hods
dealing with an unprogressive people, we K.ALLEM>UB. kin 11'.r TitusP Lot G Block 6 TitU\"ille. .... . 32:; 3'x' .. .. .. .26 Parties" haying money to purchase mortgages -
are sore of profits both ways to which our Hart, 11 L.1' Lot 21:1 351. 45,00 10.0' will find safe investments on undoubted -
Hunt .. .. security
SOphi3. Lot 23s:3-151360,00 3,42Holden ;
-knowledge and skill) entitle us. The protectionists BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is ,D4.. .. .. Lot 2..3-I. 1. 95,50 5,03

oppose every step toward open- composed of Iron in soluble Holden, Halley A. ... Lots 36s 41t 153.J0 7.54 -

,ing.the Spanish-American markets. If form Cinchona the Herman, J F. ... ... Lots 3G.11 150,60 7.54
; great 1Vm. .. .[1) of and 1 of Real Estate placed in our bands for sale, ,
a step is taken toward a decent foreign with other IIa.nc, n c 1 n w 1 n w u c 1 anti.
tonic, together in arrrors for '80 and '79. . .. .. ; 3.'JC 50,00 4.01Isltanr exchange, or to let, will receive prompt
and United Statescoveied
the
policy,it is nipped, standard remedies, makinga John..l of s w 1. . . .. 21 21s 3'm 72W 3.62 attention.

with' disgrace by borne discovered remarkable nonalcoholictonic Johnston Jr, A A. .. n titof s w 1. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ao 2& 3 l40.00 .81 Titusville May 24,lit 4 tf
:jobbery ,The only hope for a foreign which will cure Dys- Ja.is, Tbcotlore. .. Fractional .. ... .. .. .. . 143.):; 4Ot. S.O 1.00
,policy)looking to foreign markets for the hcnneJy, \V J. . Part lot 1. .. .. .. .. . . . 33 2t 3Gt. 5,00 1.00Part Titusville & Lake Worth.OSTEANDEE'S .
pepsia, Indigestion Malaria lot 1. . .. .. .. . ... .33:: 24s 3Ge .51
results of overproduction lies in the Dem- Weakness and relieve all Lund, T W' ,. .. .. Lund Houo;(',lot hl'k Titus\'ille. 3 22s Sic: 2,521 .

ocratic' party. Lung and Kidney diseases. Lt 15 block H, Eau Gallie..16 27s 3c .. ..93.89
We do not insist that individual demo- Lnning, ,r II.. .. n } lot 2... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 123G. 4Ot. 31,1r( ""
.. .. .. .... INDIAN RIVER STEAMERS -
crats are more honest than individual ret n w 1 of Il e 1. .2253g.( >. 40,00. ..
make themost. Lot 2 'Cc. 5 and lots 2, 3 and 4, in ar' . .. . ... IT. S. MAIL LINE
publicans. Republicans always rears for'80and .19. .. .. . ... 8 2Os 35e 205.J615.97 ,
of individual cases of democratic Long. J A.. . .. J ofc 1.. .. .. .. .. ., .. . . 17 2Gi30l' 80W 2.01 The Fast, Light-Draft, Steel Hull
dishonesty; but the republican party is Leonard, C W. ... .. a of lot 3, in arrears for 'SI. .. 2G 37s 41e 40.00 2.00 I
the party organized corruption jobberyand .e 1. in arrears for '81. . .. .. 3-1 31"11(' SOO .52 Steamer,
"THE .EaT.a CHEAPEST." Littlefield, Hunt and J of Il c I antI w I of s e 1 and w d, . . ... . !
interests. Doubtless in
illegitimate KGIMS THRESHERS S1Lmtis Glea."On .. .. .. of, in arrears for '81'SO, mill '79..15 27s 3G. 480.00 8.04 "CINDE11ELLA!"
many years of democratic rule the rings BorscPowen clover Hdltn \Ic.\fce, .. .... .. n W corner ofs c 1.. .. . .. .. ..20 21s 35t' 5,00 .51
'broken'up by the defeat of the republicanparty ,Rult...ltnaar'(4ola. .. ..tfE111tuPam dandIrosyto1L.SaltmantT&YturOa.MILL Moore, W B. .. .. ..e } lot 2 Block D, TitU\"iUl',. ... .. 3 2.2 35e ,42 48.08 GAIT.WILL II. MOORE: ,
uiiie
would reform their lines and acquire \Ic.er, J 11. .. .. . put of s I of lot 1. .. .. .. .. .. 3 25s36e ,25. .. and
Having ample splendid accommodations -
purt of Il w 1 of Il C 1. ... .. . 4 25s 3G. 6,00 3.00
connections interests for and andarrangt'll
new or new \I:1e"lUder, Get )[... Lot 3.. .. .. .. .. .... . .. .. 3G 25s 3Gt 5. ,OO 15.71 Passengers Freight,
arise, especially if aided by any great social Morel, Septima.. . part of Il'C. Hrcmnl Iectls Hook B.. . . . expressly for the Mail Service
and X n'l-atlol1 of this beautiful -
or' political convulsion or foreignwar. I CASH CASH CASIIVHEREP pains 71ct(., in arrears'SI. '80allll'7 4020:; 3.3t- G01,2l 43.22 River will make regular
trips un-
But defeat the republican party \loon, W' P. .. .. Iart of e I of n w 1 bounded Ilortb. til further notice, between ,
and by land of Maddox, t.'tc.. .. .. . 17 2-1" 36e 12,511S.09 ,
tie and bosses would be crushed
rings Joragne, K H. . .. hot 23, Block, Em Ga1lir, in nr' . . .
Titns* and Lake Worth via the Ra idst
( ,out go that the country could enjoy a "\ rears for 'SI, '80 and '79. . .. ...." .. .35
long'season of freedom from jobbery. Martin, 3I. .. .. ... LIt S, in arrears for 'SI. '80, and '79' 727:0 37 e 20,00.... Touching at all intermediate landings,
"The Democratic party would enter power Lot 5 Block H. Eau Gallic, in arrean; . . .. .. .. .
AT THE for '81, '80 md '79.. ... .. .. .. .. IG 271'1 37e ... 1.86 as follows: "
such influences. It
,unhampered
by Jan-haIJ, Cora T. .. n part 1)oming nAcnota Grant. Yulub !\- .. .. . .. .. Leaves Titusville, Tuesdays and Fridays -
'would be freed from the extreme protec- lh..J:! Iltlnk D,arre:trs'81O & '713$ 20s 348 flllO.OO 32.16
,y turn school which bitterly resists every H AQQUART &S cIntosh, J H. . A1l8p.mi-h G'nt.arrears'Sl'SO x'79 43111: : : ::1.Jt. 17.50 .3': at 6 o'clock, a. m. .

'effort at a wise policy. It would. not findevery Xel.on, CIl3S. .. . part !strip 20 Delespine Gnmt necor 27 2.3je. 2,00 .21' Leaven Lake Worth, Wednesdays and
A Newton, :\IA. .. .. .. w 1 IIf s c 1, in arrears'31, '80 and '79 2Ct 26:4U: ,> SOtij 6.02
step impeded by some such job as STORE Otwell W W. .. .. [1' Lit 1 sec. 30 mill lots 2 and 3. . l9 26s,87 163,5G 5.86 Sundays, at 10 a. m ; the Rapids -

..wrnng unjust claims from Venezuela and Ostl'l'n, Bryant . .\llu( fractional sec. 11 and. . .. 23"X345 GOOoo 5.03 at 2 p. m.
:Mexico, and demanding money for rogues Parker, Jun F & \1 J. n w 1 uf s w 1 !('. 28.t, : n C 1 of s C 1 2926s 3-1l' .V.S; .SI

.:as the price of acting as pacificator Peterson, Jbtiltla. .. :tw 1 elf 14 w 1. .. ... : ... .. ... 2:1i21: 3-I 40.041. -:o:-
South TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.. n w 1 of n w 1, arrears 'Sl'SO, anti '71.: ,:: 34e..4.02 .
America.At .
Pace, .A J. . . ..n e 1 of s w 1. . . . .. .. ::1/G; 2034(' 40,00 9.88 Passage or freight apply on board.
home and abroad, in every good Pritch.\rd J S & )111 trip or lot 21 IJdl spine ( raut..22... 34a 1310,00 21.2ljPerham. Staterooms, two berths,SI.-Single berths

>work, the republican party can take no E F. . Lot 1.. .. .. . .. . . .. .. .. 82:4 3i't' 2.OO 2.01I'erhaul 50 cent, Meals 50 cents each.
step without being arrested by the out -o- .A 1'. .. .. .. ..Part of sec 5 md. .. .. .. .. G 2-Is 3Gl' 8,01s 2.01
of At the IJltthe Parten..J'. . . s W 1 of s w 1. .. .. ... . .. 5 26s 30l' 30,9 1.l1O Opened for the Season.
cropping some mighty job. Richard, W }<'. . Lots 38-9-10-1' and 2.Ju'u'n.il1c. .. 3: 22.. 3.5.13.07.
state of business in this country demands Uuell, J":4 A. .. Lut 3, st'c 21. lots 1, 2, fi, mill G :nut c . . . .. z i"A: man who is interested in his own
at least a market for surplus articles Place of A of s c 1 and n e 1uf 8 W 1 sec 21 h 2434: Oe, 323fi(121.13
and Most Reliable
the result of overproduction. These The Oldest ltolJin:04n, S A.. .. .. n c 1 IIf :4 w 1. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .301E : Ot.J0,00. . welfare will be pleased to know that

,will never be obtained mill n w 1 ()f n w 1. .. .. .. . .. i 2Gs( ale: 3VS., 1.10 ANDREW GIBSON .
through a party so BUSINESS Rogers -. .- . .. n I of s C 1 of n e.. arrear 81,SO, R iV 223.. 3.'l' 20,110 .80
hampered by its own corruption, and by Self, n w_ .. .. . .. + w 1-4 of i W 1-4. .. .. .. .. 20.2'6.2'0," 40,0020.10 Keeps the finest oysters to be found in
,the organized jobbery and banded intcreste Seymour, J .1. . .. s w 1-8 of n w 1-4 of :4 w 1-4..28213.5.. [),OO .26
,, which are its masters, that its foreign in Sackett, F L'. . ..n d IIS w 1-4 :utd lots it and G.. .. 122.. 316 Hr.O .. TltUHVillC,
on Indian River, Dealing .uIII101 l 2. . . .. . . .. 3424s 371. 46,01.1 .. .
policy has descended to a point where it mullot 1 Block A, Titu: yil1( .. .. .. 322.: 3.'l' . 16.08 AND SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS.

would disgrace the Feejee Islander Stringfellow \\ ,& ,e1-lof.el-llot2nelofnel2921-kit 10,0f 2.01 -0-

c. '" --- General !Mercliaiidise Sander.., W :. .. . . . ...:J.j3i'o41l' 36,50 1.76
CHICAGO, August 1G.-Five shops of oath 'I:1. n It is..IMts123tle! 11W 1.i&sw1-1nw1-i 203 0.3lt, 241.G2 4.8G Plain and Fancy Cake made to order.Hater's .

the United States Rolling Stock Company 8t\1IIwdl, K .\. . ..nl' n C 1-4. .. .. .. .. Iii 27s3! I(> 40,00 .40 Lread haml.
in this city, with their contents, were destroyed Tyler, U 1'. .. .. [1'H': Corner u18 l' 1-1 elf nl' .. .. ... 21:l5r 5,011 ..filTitlwdl ahcays
None but ttfhffy first-da goods arebought H F. .. . w J II f Ut' 1-1 Uld w of s C 1-4..8. 2i' ale IGIJoo 5.0J: Also a first-class Barber shop attached.
by fire last loss to :
night ; 250,000 I Traecv. Juhn .. . U l' 1-1 uf Ul 1-4. .. .. . . .16 27s 32t 4f1,02 2.-13
OOOOO. The Superintendent of the Unknown, .. . Lot 2. . . . .. . .. .. ..32 .2.3'x' 57Of, 2.82Yarnum AKUIVALS & DEPARTURES OF MAILS.
works puts the loss of the company at and sold at this Stand. Nancy 1LClt 15; hlock\, Eau fitlli,in arrc.. . . .. .. ... From Enterprise to Tltll>JvUle.
r .500,000.. The machinery, building and for 'SI. '8u mill .79. .. .. .. .. .. 16.276 :37c .. .. .31j Leave Enterprise Monday Wednesday antI
Vial OW. . .. 1-1 of arrars'3180& '79 Ii' Friday at 5 a. in.
1. 2.-12
tools were worth The stock destroyed { n w s w 1-1. .:24'34 e 411.0 Arrive at Titusville :Monday Wednesday
200000. Wr {tht. Emma )1. !4 c 1-1 tlf s w 1-1. .'.. . .. . ,:He .JOIJt.I, G.i'OWoo.huau and Friday at 9 p. m. -
was very large and valuable, and o-- :t.--c c t.1tc of Lot 4 HIuck i, Titu.\.ilIc. . .. .. 23 :: !" : .. .. 2.01 Leave Titusville Tuesday Thursday and
included sixty Clr"aluetl at )1. .. . Satu"la at 5 a.m.
complete \.e1ch, S n 1 acre : triexCl'llting2acfl."inll e Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursdayand
'1500 each, and about 1,000,000 feet of tinier of strip 20. Ddl-pinc Gntni 2's 345 . .51 Saturday at 9 p.m.
lumber. The 500 Willio, Richard .\. .. part of Jl w 1-1 of Ill' 23s .36C 3.33, 1.41 From Daytona to T1tusviUe.
"hands. company employed Remember A Dollar will buy exactly W l.'Ott, L 1'.. .. ... 11 c 1-1 tlf 11 wI-I. .. 1-I..4 ;!t !<\ IJl' :39.99' ... Leave Titusville, Mondays, Wednesdays
and lots 1 and 3.. )Gs 11t' 81.21 3.1)1 and Fridays: at 5>>a.In.
c.. ." 1Vise, .\111 1.. . nl' 1-s I of Jl C 1-I. . . . . ..3" "-,-..0and )(. Arrive at Daytona, Tuesdays: Thursdays,
The Bark Frithjof Afloat Again. and atunlays t at 9 1'. in.
The $1.00 worth. fr.tetioual :4l' 1-I of 11 c 1-1. .. ::3: 2737e.: Leave Daytona 3IontJa's."l..Jnctt,1a)+,and
Norwegian bark Frithjof, Capt.,H. / .1111111 ly 1-1 of Jl'. 1-4.4 119.00 6.01 Fridays at o u. ui.

,J..Hansen,which went ashore at St. Augustine 1Ve.cutt. L o P.. .. n l' 1-1 of s w 1.1. .. .. :. :. . .. 4 ;6.6 "I 3ov: 5U-IG l.(( and Arriat Titusville at in., Tuesdays, Thursday,
Saturdays 911.
bar at 3 o'clock m. on the 15th Established In 1S-J3. 1Villanl,1l...IC. . Lot -II.lock 5-, Eau Galh\ . .. : 37t': .. .(1. Gallie.
'list; is p. William,, F H. . .. Lot Ij Block 91, Eau :11lie. . .. :;7s037e . .oc From Titusville to Eau
afloat. sailed
again This vea-e1 WilliamsVin E. Lot -I Block 93, Eau (ialli . . !:o; 3 e .. ..0l'Yates Leave Titusville Tuesday and Friday at
'from Pascagoula, Miss., June 29th with a Address orders to : Nteilhant..w l of ii e1-I. arrears for'Sl'SO & ':79 llS 2': 31Jl. :0.40 3.2Segui H a. 111.Arrive. at Eau Gallic Tuesday and Friday

cargo timber for Tonsberg, and had ,i H. . .. ;pauish G'nt, All, arrears 81. 81) & 79 -121\3-1:: \ (' ,! 3S.SI141.31: at a p. III.L.'lwu. Illl .and
been at sea forty-nine days. The Captain 4 pnnih GI1't, All, arrears 81, 80& i'fl !1215 34C 390,9 6.7' Ilt6a.m.Eau Gallic Wcc1ncl ) Saturday a E
says that he attempted to go into St. Aug- Store popish G'nt11, arrears 81. ,;:1) tk 11-I44: }. 3 5 103,77 5.7: Arr'ive'atTitusville Wednesday and Satur-
osane without a pilot, and grounded two The Headquarters pl11ish G'nt11, arrear! Si, SO S i1 45120 \35C 330,75 26.5r Clay at 7!>.in.PAYSONS. .

nnndred yards north of the channel. The Titusvflle, Fla.TClrH8S Ie i the BEST. No preparation.
:vessel draws twelve and a half feet of water tErXOTE. Parties that have paid and hold their receipts are marked "I>"' aftel r IDIf Used with fabric.any r/f!Popctlarforde a*pen) for mark

,and where she grounded, at low tide, WEJt$!I gp ? the lIune of the owner. t. L I aiiv*any work on linen. Keeri*.d Ctn-*
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there v q lannJaUIED4L.Diploma.
is
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only eight feet. All well on board JcQUAIG, INK EltabUlhl'd)07ean.&IJbyali
and was towed Fernandina.-Ti7JlC8 Union J.@paL C.Meta G:&UY.a it L'CUlIL.t U..t'fluikJcUkbia Adams, TitusTille, Fla., August 9.] Collector. of Revenue for Drc.arJ Co. 1Ir1Igg1ausuuonerlo1\eWI4\g\'.

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the it and around a strangely. One mstaLt- du d into the But right here Phil came bravely to Another Landmark
WHEN. ,THE. lloOHLIOH"f.REIONS" miU",was. ,above", .To ,
s ; -, wide'bend ; and so tha long!o.v structure -f ghost of a light,'and the next it flared the rescue. I

,y when under the riverbank was in plain brilliantly :Katie rubbed her eyes in "I was asleep, Mr.Medway," be said, A Resort that was the 'C. .
,W''atea1.W.7 moonlight reign ,
And Summer sleeps'amid her flowers; view from'the window of Kate's ,little wondering terror. ,It was no illusion ; "and if it hadn't been for Katie your Philadelphia's Tradetnpp.Revolutionary .. Of

Lets steal. away.and wake the strains chamber. She 'kept her word faithfully -'' the light shining from the engine roorma mill_" Day;, '

That Lore has made for happy boor ; and once or twice every night was not clear,steady lamp light It was "Asleep repeated Mr. Medway, his Another pre-re-
olutlonalf
O,'softly o'er the waters glide. she would creep out of her warm nest to red-=like fire I I!I face stern and cold. has WIthm'the past week b> landa,*.
The waterslit by silvery beams; n-'ie
But let the song float o'er the tide. the window, and look down across the Katie was aheady hurrying on her Itwas an awful moment, and Katie for destruction. The stractiS

And life flow on in golden dreams. bend to the mill. Often not always, she clothes. There was a dreadful lump in |i I ended it springing forward and gra p- question is that old two-story *

., Across the stream I bear swell,, could see Phil's light shining out"of the her throat, and her-breath .came in iog Mr. Medway's hand. roofed store'which'was once fa

A cheering song of youthful glee; engine-room, and sometimes she would short, quick gasps. She 'did not pause I I I "Oh, if you please," she cried, "mayI the London Coffee House tnOwi' .a
Across the stream sweet voice tell and
The sacred. hour of melody. watch it go from window to window as or her boots with their endless rows of tell you how he happened to do it ? stands on the southwest
comer
Phil went his hourly rounds over the buttons ; she pulled ol.her. stockings I I 1 Mamaia was ill, pad he could not sleep and Market streets. It is of Pn
Then Steal 0 hearts 1
happy (t 1 I nowoee
While Night away.her richest mantle wear, mill. As for Phil, I am sure that, and rushed swiftly out of her room and at all yesterday It was not his fault, by the firm of G, & A. Ulrich wh

And catch the strain her voice impart;. though he would have hardly 'acknowledged down stairs, catching a shawl from rice sir-indeed it. was not. Poor Phil Oh, tobacco merchants and ea:&
And leave Time its fleeting has lei
to. cares.
it, the lonely place where hall stand as she ran. Behind the sir-" that family since the t.

Our Young'S. Folks. his nights were. passed seemed far le:>s kitchen stove hung a pair of Phil's j,I I I )Ir. Medway was not at all a hardhearted which time the business was year 1S1f, tt

? lonely to )Him when he remembered that thick woolen stockings, and these she man, though perhaps a little too j by the father of the members establish .

Katie's Work Katie might, at any minute, be looking hastily pulled on over her own. There ; intent on his own particular interests. I I present firm. It was originally'of tJIe.

Hurrah 1" from her ,,"indoand thinking of him. was no question in her mind as to the I I His voice was husky when he spoke to about the year 1702, by Charles &M itt

The door flew open with a bang as So a month passed by, and Phil performed course she would take. It was more Khtie."How. who bought the lot in 1701 from

Phil Paysen burst into the little room his duties to Mr. Medway's en than half a mile by the road to the mill, I I did .you happen to see the daughter William Penn In Lethia.173

where his mother,and his sister Katie tire satisfaction. There were some, across the bend it was less than half fire ?" I Reed's widow conveyed the ,
indeed who considered him too that distance. "Why-I-I-" propert?{Q
sat sewing, his face flushed, his eyes young I i Israel Pemberton, who, on his death
shining, and his cap swinging high over for,his pist, and did not hesitate to say The.late rains had swelled the liver, 'She looks out of her window a doze i in 17.11, willed it to his son John

his head, so. But Mr. Medway always answered and overflowed its banks, but the I times a night to see that I'm all right," whose death it was sold to the Pleasmt, <&

'"Why, Phil!" with a smile : bridge was still there, even though I said Phil, with brusque earnestness ; family. From the latter's hands

"Give three cheers, mother Dance "Well, Squire Dreems recommended many of the country people had begunto "and she prays forme before she goes passed in 171M! i into those of Jew it

like a dervish, Kate !,, I'm going to be him, and guaranteed I wouldn't be think it unsafe. Katie did not doubt I to s'.eel'. That's how, Mr. )100 way. Stokes, for what was then stated to 1

night watchman in Mr. Medway's mill, sorry I hired him. I've tested him all for a moment but what it would hold Oh, Katie, little sister !t" "'the great sum of JCS: :>1/ 13*. 4d. "" be-

at fifteen dollars a month. Oh. mother, times o'night ;he's always wide awake her light weight, and over it she flew I "Well well :" said Mr. Medway, Mr. Stokes' family held it until, Iji and

.f" ain't you glad ?" and about his business. He does the she thought that it creaked and swayed who seemed to be having a great deal when it passed into the hands of ,

"Very glad, indeed," answered Mrs. work of a man, and I get him ten dol under her, and she fancied herself of trouble with his throat and eyes. senor member of the firm which the

Payson, and for a moment she looked lars on a month's hire less." breaking through once or twice but on Well! well 1" And he was silent, for occupies it. It was first opened'not

pleased enough to satisfy Phil's high Which was very true, and Mr. Med she sped, her large dark eyes strained what seemed to Katie and Phil, a long, coffee house in the year 17JI, the au..

est expectations. Then her face cloud way ought to have blushed for it, and fixed on that flaring red light. It.long time. being one William Bradford proprietor -

ed. though, to l e sure Phil was more thansatisfied "I I needn't-needn't come ,
seemed hours to her before she reached suppose a printer, who, in applying to
:
"But your school, Phildear ; I can't with what he received. the mill. She had been there before to here again," Phil mustered courage to Governor for a license to keep'>the-
the-
have you leave that." "I'm only two-thirds of a man yet," take Phil his lunch once when he had say presently. : house, said : "Having been advised
"I don't' mean to mother said he said to his mother Not !" echoed I to
laughingly. forgotten it, and she knew the way perfectly come again Mr. keep a coffee house for the benefit of
Phil, earnestly. "It's all fixed justright. "I'm lucky to get the place. There well. In at the dark \'awningloor Medway. "Why not, boy Of course merchants and traders and
as 'some-
I'll study nights-it will helpt enough more who would be glad take o ( she darted, and up two or three you'll come again, every night." He people may at times be desirous, 'to be-

keep me awake, you know-and it.He narrow steps. There was sm ke in th put his hand on Katie's head. ''And furnished with other liquors betides

Cary is going to hear me recite every kept well up with his classes, too, air-surely. eI'm. going to i+ay you a man's wages coffee, your petitioner apprehends'ftli.

afternoon at five o'clock. She offeredto he was so ambitious. Miss Cary declared after this. A boy with a sister like
She opened the door of the engine- necessary to have the Governor'
mother. Oh, mother, do say you're that she was proud of him to yours ought to be encouraged. I'm "
room, and closed it hastily behind her, license. The place at once became
glad, really !I" Katie and Katie's heart swelled
with pretty sure you won't let this happen
with a quick, shrill cry of dismay. popular and was patronized by"tte
Mrs. Payson pulled her tall boy down joy to hear it. again."
"Phil Oh, Phil I" Governor and many other persons of
and kissed him tenderly on both glow One day, early in March, something And he slammed the door behind
note well
as as by all
ing cheeks.. As for Katie, she was literally i.happened. Mrs. Payson was taken suddenly For the room was full of smoke. well-to-do, prominent and,

on tiptoe with delight. She was and violently ill. Katie, terrified i Through it the lamplight showed pale him."Oh, Phil !" such strangers. Being situatedin

a little brown gypsy, with dark eyes full beyond measure, could do nothing but and dim. Little tongues of flame were "Oh, Katie I" a conspicuous, and then central,
I
of fire and fun. running over the floor before the furnace part of the city, the coffee house soon
rouse Phil from his sleep ; and when They went home in the morning ear
:"Good for Miss Cary," she cried, she boy, startled by his sister's white lapping up a shaving here and ly, and Mrs. Payson heard the story of sales became of slaves a sort of exchange, and public

twirling around on her toes. "Isn't scared face, had brought the doctor, he thereand crawling, snakelike, up the the night's adventure. live stock, wagons and.
she just splendid ?" wall Phil carriages and lesser articles were held in.
very near the window. And il
felt as though he could never sleep 1 "Twenty-five dollars a month, mother
"She is very kind" said Mrs. Pa y- again. sat by the rough table, his face buriedin !'cried Phil. "Think of that And the street in front of its public room..

son smiling; "and I am glad, PHI, There was no great cause for alarm, his arms,asleep-so sound asleep andso it's all Katie's! work, every bit." In1780 the premises were rented to.

more glad than. I can tell you. How however. stupefied by the smoke that Katie'sfirst But Mrs. Payson, thinking too of Gifford Dally by John Pembtrton, the

came Mr. Medway to failed to arouse then proprietor, who being a stanch
the
give cry him.
you
"It's a bad attack of cramp," said Katie's work,shuddered and drew them
place? It is a Quaker, made Dally sign the following
very responsible position Dr. Daley, with a reassuring smile in i iKatie's She screamed with all her might, close, and kissed them both.The .
you know." direction. and shook him then."Phil agreement before leasing him the house t:
"You're doing j I
Yes," said Phil, and he blushed right. Appl'hot cloths, and keep usm dear Phil !', she cried "Oh __,.- "On the 8th of 7th mo., 17SO.the

and, hung his head. "Squire Dreems hot. The spasm will ease away in a -p"re !" Delightful Cactus. said Dally covenants and agrees and.

recommended me, mother. Mr. Med little time." It all happened in very little time. promises that he will exert his ,endeavors

way said he told him I was a very trustworthy It was not until nearly night-fal 1, That one List wor.l shrieked in Phil'sear Some Uses to Which the Arizona as a Christain,. to preserve

boy. I'm sorry I said such hard nevertheless, that Mrs. Payson became awoke him effectually He understood Indians Put the Plant. decency and order in said house, and to
things about him." All of the varieties of cacti bear fruit, discourage the profanation of the sacred
the
perfectly free from pain and quite herself situation and sprang to his
"I'm sure he deserved it," Katie again. Then Phil, light-hearted feet. which is valued by the Indians for food, name of God Almighty by ,cursing.

flashed forth, "for advertising mammato enough, and"whistling a merry air, took "Don't whistle !1" cried Katie, catching They also cook the fleshy leaves of the swearing etc., and that the house",on*
us out'that is prickly pear when young which the first day of the week shall btu
'gut just what he up his lunch-basket and his books and his arm. "Don't rouse the town, are always
said-when-papa-went away, and offering trudged off to his work. Katie, Phil. We can put it out." said to resemble string beans in flavor. k -pt closed from public use, hat due

to find good homes tor u!. Theidea troubled, followed him lathe door. They fell to work then with The Indians also use the head of the regard and reverence may be manifested .
What would a home be without a wilL maguey, or century plant, for food. It for retirement and the worship of* God'"
"I'd get some one else After all, it was not much of
.
tonight.Phil battle
a
mamma ? And what would she do It is found everywhere in the territoryand Dally also bound himself to pay a.,penalty -.
she said "You have alwaysbeen There were pails and an abundance of
without us, I'd like to know." is cultivated for revenue in Mexico. of JC100: if he permitted any game
used to sleeping all day. What if water at hand, and the fire was not
Whatindeed?" echoed the mother. _M It contains a large amount of saccharinematter. bling with dice or cards, and to fulfill

"I can't tell, Katie. But 'Squi re really under headway. The flames, The century hypothesis in regard this purpose his first lease was only for
But Phil laughed and liis though widespread had
opened not begun to
Dreems thought tie was acting for the dark burn to blooming is a myth, howeverlong one year and his second for ,twice that,
eyes to their utmost. "I'm as through the solid floor which
was
best. He has been very kind all since exploded. Instead of requiring length of time. At the end of that
wide awake as an owl," said he.couldn't "I soon thoroughly flooded. In a few minutes -
through our trouble, and I am sure a hundred years to attain ma- period it was used as a store and
go to sleep if I wanted it was all and Phil
to. over, had openedthe
that it was his influence that turity and blossom the
plant blossomsin dwelling
procured See; !"' window. and later simply as a dwellingPa. -
He
: turned to Katie
Phil this situation." then seven from
years making its first Exehange.
Katie laughed too at the comical, who stood pale and trembling, as she
But it's mean for Phil to do it all," appearance.It .
strange expression had not ,
on Phil's face. trembled before.
argued Katie. "I wish I could do then dies, Its mission ended. The

something." But she couldn't"help feeling a little "Oh, Katie !" he cried, chokingly leaves, which are fleshy and stiff, with Straw Lumber.
anxious as she went solwly back into "how did "
Phil wrinkled you- thin edges
his-now at his sister covered with thorns, branch -
and the house. Suppose Phil should go to And from Lumber is being manufactured frog
laughed. Katie told-or tried to tell ; but the root in long lances, growing
"I'm the head o' this house," said sleep, and Mr. Medway have a notionto long before she had finished she wascI"ing to the height of three or four feet. The straw at several places in the West,and

he. You and mother are ladies, Katy visit him, as.he often did. Katie hysterically around his neck. centre of the plant consists of a large is coming into quite a general use for

did. I don't mean you shall do much knew what a sad thing that would be "Oh, Katie, darling don't. Don't head, something like a cabbage. From certain kinds of work. It is turned
for
them all and how
more sewing for people." would dreadfully Phil Katie." this springs a pole, eight to twelve feet out in boards or sheets thirty-three
feel !
"My fifteen}'ear.old man," said his "It would just break his heart, I The door opened at that moment. ] high, which branches near the top, bear- and inches of in various width thickness.by twelve feet It is in heavier length

mother, laughing too ; but there were Phil knew Mho stood ing a yellow flower. The Indians
know, said she, to herself "Hut of there before he pre- than black is of
walnut bas
tears pare the head for food no grain,
in
gathering her eyes. course he won't." heard Mr. Medway's voice. by roasting in an
And Katie "Heyday! What's oven made of stones sunk in the ground. the color of strawboard, though considerably
dimpled and then all this
fuss
relapsed Katie's '
prayer for her brother: wel- We had an to darker, and is much stronger
opportunity taste
in swift gravity."I about V""There a pieceof
fate was much longer that night than the and stiffer than ordinary timber.
mmjufy so prepared and
know what I can do, Phil"she usual ; and, once in bed, she tossed and has been a fire,sir," answered delicious, sweet and nutritious, found it Though made in considerable quantitiesat
said, going close to her brother. "I tumbled Pail, readily, though with a shake in tasting
the
only to fall at last into an very much like old-fashioned present time, the supply seem4hardly
his voice. "But is home-
can hold up your hands the way that uneasy slumber. More than once before out now. made molasses equal to the demand. There-

. somebody in the Bible, did. I can see the little clock on the sitting room Mr. Medway stepped into the room specimen morsel candy.the If that was a are advantages in material which in the-
Indians
the mill from my window, and every mantel struck ten she sprang to the without another word, and taking up no sympathy the deserve near future will probably make it of
night ever> night, Phil, before I to window and the lamp proceeded to examine the wall, score of their diet, the
go gated down across the as it was really a luxury. highest value, not only for carpenters
the
sleep, I shall ask God to take care of wide white river bend floor and the furnace itself carefully -
only to see Phil's The juice of the plant is also and architects, but for the car
my brother; and every time I'm awakeI lamp beaming cheerily in the converted builder mechanics
engine into and and, in fact, for the
syrup a fermented
shall look down at "Gibbs must look after this in the I drink,
you, so you needn't room. How 1'hilould
*
laugh at tier,, called tiztrin by the Indians generally. Its toughness, the tirmne
feel lonesome." morning, he said ; and he placed the and the
she thought, feeling really out of lea : Mexicans distill it i with which it holds nails and screw?,,
Limp ou the bench making an intoxicating
again, while Katie
"Something of the tierce with herself."I the
guardian angel liquor called ease with which it can be cut by
and Phil riiwal.
stood by with We also
style ?" laughed Phil), trying to joke wou't look out again." altv said Suddenly he looked at sinking Tkil's hearts.sister tested thii liquir burn, ou unomelettc the aid of heat, shaped in dies, anti is

away the moisture he felt creeping into "It's nonsense, just as Phil said. I will 1 "Why, what are you here forV be and found it as good as brandy for that, not liable to shrink or warp and is little

his eyes. ''You're a trump, Katie; not look out again to-night." asked, not unkindly. purpose. In its natural state affected by water, even when unprotected :
un-
but, of course, that's all nonsense-the But she did-once burnt, it hasa makes the range of its probable-
more. The lamp Ah, how easy it woul have been not strong smoky taste,resem-
. looking out, you know." in the bling Scotch uses extraordinarily great. It seenw to-
engine-room still burned brightly.It to tell him-to s.tl1at, Phil was lonesome whisky. Many useful
Katie wasn't sure of that, however, would have been a relief to see the and wanted her for company. ; to articles are made from the fibre of the be a non-conductor of heat and electricity -

: and she meant to do just as she said if light flashing from window to window as say anything but the dreadful truth. fMJIII'!!, ropes and even paper having

it were. She would feel as if she were she had seen it so often, Katie thought But Katie's honest little nature ab been manufactured from it. a. .

somehow helping Phil, *and that would .i She could feel then that all was right.' horred a falsehood. "What is the .e_ A New Yorker calls Chicago an '-outlying

be a comfort. Their little' dwelling, I Now- "I-I-he was-I-" she stammered, a smile from a tear boundary?" that separates town." The title may be deserve!,

though on the same side of the river as Was that the lamp? It flicks red with many painful pauses, "1-" I "The nose." "Give it up." but there are a numbers of towns in the-

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r These it. 1. '
/ 1 1 ioiiae. I I stone: are usually SummerWrapi:, ., tude. What'nes of the world's great
., .J inconsiderable ." '. ..... f :; ., '
t'l' 'J
size
L;
I but have -
Bronze A' New AemukabNc.mPun4 as they' ,906 of the.latest stjlea ofulster gives r,; exaggerate. ,. ',, have thus staggered on; and thus
MtlU1 "h..pu"epoeee1'Owhlch been falling since a remote periodin '" .I\\': I
very mumbled
confidence their down to the
tombin
It can be Applied the effect of a suit, but the only object Never betray a J : way ,

.On 'tf the moat valuable and interestbf 'mass geological.which has history thus been the addel agpg to 0\r e r in improving.it in.this way;;is'to make It Never leave home with unkind words. Jefferson your sight and? Madison'Did Washington and Webster and

.scientific planet take the place of a suit; which it cannotdo I Never: 'call .
of the investigation must be neglect to
products, very great.- The largest upon your and Clay and Jackson thus go duwn to
Cf85e.S'to
for in that case it be itself
'otthe age to thq neap material,call* meteoric etone ever found is in the friends. their last sleep? Pass rapidly over the
and becomes something else. The ob
\e4 "jxide-e-Brori7,",which was invent- Royal Academy Stockholm, and jection'toitliesiu. lhi That massing I ,Never laugh' at the misfortunes' of : mighty roll of 'those who in the civilized

, '*tiWMr ;JBJ Stamotrr. of 1hiladeh'J&ibnowbeing'manufactured; ,weighs twenty-fivetonWr The n u eum : others. i : nations have died since our century

, : at Copenhagen 'couta'ns one of Un mori' *foldtfabove. .. .' the.." draperies.. .. of. .the., '
dress increases the weight without Never give a promise that you do not began and you will find that not ,many
"ly'the American'Oxide-Bronze Co.:, an tons; the British Museum one of more intend : '
to fulfill/ of the multitude
grand acted the
adding anything to the use or the _. .. .. '. out
ggnlzattoii incorporated here: in,Xov., than five tons ; the museum, at St. :, sixth and seventh scenes of Shakespeare
': beauty for an ulster: Is not intended We walk .two -
'_l&82with capital of$2,fOO) ,000;20,000- :Petersburg one of 1680 pounds; Yale ,; upon the verge of butratlier'siuk'siddenly' down:
be,.beautiful, and, In ;summer particularly worlds; at .our feet lies the 'ery.irave '
of$10 each. The officers of thecompany :College one of 1635 pounds and the
feces ; as heroes lie down:to rest,..when a great
be
to .
requires as light as possible.The that awaits us.
are : President, John: : J. Smithsonian Institute, one of. 1400pounds.
*... _,, :" I dust which the formsthesieeyesrand.whichisheldinto victory has been won. Edmund Burke
Iii JL D., Professor of Toxicologyia. ; cloak it:1o: cape EveryChristian should be a.man of '
the may stand as an average picture of an
!
the' University' 'of Pennsylvania ; courage and constancy'true to his cenVictions -
back the inost.desirable old age which comes after a life lived
Treasurer; E.:V. .Ma-T is" perhaps. ; and ever ready to stand up for'"Uieright
Secretary r.and._ *.'
God's side.
lie moved
A Few Good Ones. summer wrap: It does not 'crust the upon Englandthe
ebette and J. &.Stamour,Superuitend- in the face of every foe
; sleeves of( the dress like the tightfittingulster !more deeply the ,older he became.

f.Oxide-Bronze may be described as a Romantic gorges : "What- do you I ; it is easy to*put on or take off, Keep your religion sweet. A sour His mind seemed to acquire per as

compound ;metal, .' .stronger, harder; think of the mountain gorges,'Yr. Spi- and may be made in cloth of.'lightweight kind of piety; 'that is always finding the gray hairs: increased iu number,
tougher.and.'more durable, 'than' brass, cer?" asked Miss Ladybird of her -
in dark linen, or in summer silk fault with others, grumbling and growling I and the heart grew yearly warmer
or any other alloy, and 'considerably neighbor at the hotel table. "Well," small check or hair stripe. Where :'a; because things are not different I toward friends arid country. One of

cheaper. It adapted to almost every said the otherthoughtf ully,as he looked little warmth and very light weight is from what they are, is neither well his greatest political productions ,on its

'purpose that brass is. used for, and isparticularly about him. "I think that old anacondaat to God to to the when he fell
required, cost not being so much of an I pleasing nor profitable men. way printer in deatha
,...valuable for situations the head of the table has gorged himself object,the gathered cloaks in fine camel's Open your heart to the sweet influences colossus to the end. Thus Lord

where there is much friction, as in about up to his collar button." hair, with lining of twilled silk and of divine grace, and let a little of God'ssunshine Brougham, thus Archbishop Tait went

Car boxes and journal bearings. Why he saw him : "Didn't I tell youI facing down the front of striped moire, into your souL away, and,thus the living great men,

BeflJeBrosJ;;the testing machine build- didn't want to see you in this court Gladstone and Victor lingo and ,their
are good and useful either in blackor
very THE RroiiT SPIRIT.-A cold-hearted
'era here, have recently tested the oxide- room again ?" asked a police judge of ecru. class are not;playing the final, parts' as-
Christian-if such lie-
an anomaly can
tomze and found that its tensile strengthwas an I ,hman. ."Yes-sor. "And didn't Shade Hats. signed by the old dramatist, but they are
do little to win souls. As
can Payson
36,502, pbunds to the square incha you; premise that I would never"see 'lA.
you moving along, giants to the
hatsand that class of it "I tit wordto
several thousands Large garden sum- puts : never was to say a
strength greater by again? "I did, yer honor." "Then Thus human life lies before us in its
mer headgear designed spedllyor! pro-I a sinner except when I had a broken
of other metal
that
of ponndstban ,any do I "
why see you 1' "Because ye are whole expanse an arena where the sons
tection from an unrelenting summer sun. heart myself, when I' was subdued and
Wood of this
yet known.- Thomas city, not blind, yer honor." of God gathered their stores of merit
Brush seem likely to acquire and retain a melted into tenderness, and felt as
electric
,T iib, .machines:oaoufac ured;here the used oxidebronzein A coroner's' jury, impaneled to ascer- character of their own. For one thing, though I had just received pardon to my Childhood and youth, and middle life

light 'and'after tain the cause of the death of a notorious the requirements are always the same, own soul, and when my heart was full and age are all in the divine philosophyof
the journal-boxes!, eight
drunkard, brought in a verdict of and they are of an informal and unconventional of tenderness and pity." And should it man ; they all make one long harvest
months of constant use they were takenout tim when the be full,of:rich
"Death by hanging-about a rum character. So be of arms may
metal long as a"shade" not the'arnest cry every true
and the was found to be per- I shop."' In California a coroner's jury, hat does shade the face and Christian, heart"Renew a right spirit sheaves., :As' a general 'rule'for those
the tremendous
fect notwithstanding
whose threer four score
under similar circumstances, rendereda make a picturesque object in the landscape within me I" A teacher should fear to j ears are run
friction to which it had been subjected
more courteous verdict "Accidental noi immortal it takes only three months to die. Angelo -
: it does inake much difference come before a class of .. : souls
Wber severe tests of the new metal have r.
when in his ninetieth .
death while engaged in unpacking. a whether the braid is tine or coarse, the and indifferent towards Christ, .and towards .. year- went
been made with equally satisfactory
.
onward with unabated
life and soul
gla's. crown high or low. There is a sense of his scholars.
jeeults.Owing to the immense strength
throwing out his'great thoughts in art
and'durability of the metal, it is admirsbljtadapted This from Figaro shows that French fitness, however in making it as light. 3bs'sSEVENTY YEAR-The following and in poetry in a power: cf which his
and the
: ,for paddle wheels and children are not altogether unlike looking as possible, muslin trimmingsof is an extract from a striking youth had not even the dream. His
white lace and India there-
Bpikes steamships.. It is also being American: Little Jack is on his father's sermon preached by David Swing, in mind revealed only the sadness which
in for several
fore which have been
satisfactorily used instead of brass,for knee, and kissing him affectionately. vogue Chicago, in which he points out the comes from having discovered too late

cemetery' and,lawn railings, etc ,As In a tender voice the author of his years lust, aided ,by chrysanthemumsor only fountain of perpetual youth that is the inexpressible grandeur the, uni

it can be made of any color and of any being exclaims: "You love me dearlydo yellow field buttercups lowers. such have as mustard at' least, vouchsafed to mankind : verse. In his last monthS he wept this

degree of hardness, and as it possesses' you not, my child ?" "Oh, yes 1 I cowslips or and There are lawyers and preachers and sonnet, full of regrets but full of power:
seemed highly appropriate
suggested -
BO many advantages over: brass, bronze, love you ; because you are such a very refinement without, great writers now living who would gladly go "Borne to the utmost brinks of Life's.,dark.

etc,,andyet can be sold at so much lower obedient papa." I any back, if possible and lay with more sea. -
,
cost. But the fashionable shade hats Too late thy joys I understand. 0 Earth!
rates,.it is. certain before long to prac A, ilch father : The late Baron de of this season, the large Leghorns andb patience all the foundations, mental and How thou dost promise peace which cannotbe.

ticallysupetsede the dea.rerandlep udefulmateriaL Rothschild once took a cab to his offices emotional, of their pursuits. They .
sket straws, have dropped the simplicity And that repose which ever diN at birth
-Philadelphia ExehnHp.r and on alighting tendered the proper of muslin and ignore the butter- I would have lingered longer among languages I The retrospect of life through manya day.

;4 'f _z tr I fare. The cabman received it, but kept and sciences and literatures and Now to its close attained by Heaven's decree -
have restored the white
they .
cups; : ,
his band and looked at the and rhftoricianscouldthey! have
Tungsten imparts remarkable properties open money plumes, the black velvet ribbon and the essayists Brings forth from memory in sad array
significantly, which caused the baronto roses realized in advance what a half century Only old errors that still follow,me."
to steel. When'there is from pink and male the shade hat as
inquire whether it was not right. was to come year by year after they hap Thus ran this mind for nearly, a hun-
10 to 12 per cent present in the steel the costly and elegant as if it were a dress
1 "Ob, yes ; replied the cabman, 'its left the early school house. Each new die years and encountered now eIe a
Utteif. cannot be worked on the lathe, bonnet. Of course, they can be worn
I quite right, but sons usually give decade has revealed the bad judgmentof
| your ,, month or a day not marked with the
and'it resists the file, but it may be I for liner and more formal purposes than
'me double." "They do, do they ?" that early impatience, and has strange divinity of soul. A single whiter -
forged and polished. Steel with 5 to the simple muslin trimmed hats ; but
was the baron's reply "well they havea the wish for permission, if time contained failure
; brought pos- the period of ,
6 per cent, of tungsten is still hard, but they cannot be used so conveniently,
rich father ad can afford it I have sible to the of life again.
; try race while it took ninety years to contain
it can be worked on the lathe. Tungsten and are a source of anxiety case of a

Btedcanbe highly magnified, and magneto 'l not.*' sudden shower, while in 'the first Woman joins in. an insurrection. <.. against the days of triumph.
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made from it have very great power. The Abbe Moigno has formed a company stance a "tie" would make the in-I the universe when she acts as though .. -- ---

Tools ;made from tungsten steel are in Paris and has raised $150,000 I saturated hat as good again as new, her life were all involved in, those few

'TOJ hard. They are first forged into f for the purpose of dragging the RedSea Still, nothing can dislodge the coarse years covered by- her personal beauty. Co!. Snowden on the Trade'

dupe and. then ground.:, and Bitter lakes in order to recover straw'hat, with its muslin and ilower Life coming from Supreme, Life con- Dollar.- '_,

Experiments have been made by M. the chariots, treasure, arms anl other trimming. It is pretty and cheap, tains no dead or deformed divisions or Colonel A. Louden Snowden, -

Leforte''on the production of vowels remains of Pharaoh's host, "which he easily remodeled and universally be departments. The glory of God'is allover Superintendent of the Mint, at Philadelphia -

and-whispered speech. Air is blown believes to lie there covered with a saline coming, and while it will do for some it. Physical beauty is only one of is of the opinion that the

into a cavity of variable capacity, open deposit. The research will: be prosecuted ladies, to whom money is no object, to the gifts of Heaven to the daughters of Government should retire the tr ide dol-

and ..closable at the upper part. The by divers. The expeditioN Is indulge in country reminiscences of earth. That form of worth may fade lar. The principal causes for the disrepute -

sounds characteristic of vowels are thus ready to leave Marseilles, and is only detained Versailles and the court of the Grand away into beauty of mind and heart, into which the:coin has fallen,he

produced. The author claims to prove by the outbreak of cholera at the Monarch, yet to the majority summer is bat it should be as dawn passes up into holds, is due to its want of legal tender'

the vowels are not timbres (as generally Red Sea jxjrfcs. a season of release from a too burden- the morning, and not as evening passes power and the enormous fall in the

taught) ; they are notes of different THE BU-HEL VALUE OF LOVE.What .- some environment, and the less difficult down in night. Merit never deserts the price of silver. Its bullion value at the

heights of the instrument of speech is love ? Love is keeping a ten- summer requirements are made the human soul. At all points of human date of its authorization, February 12,

(quite distinct from the vocal instrument dollar family on a six-dollar salary. better. life the individual is a blending of the 1373, was lfti cents, and in July of the

). Various timbres may be communicated When a young man kisses a girl and Street Garments. human and divine. Woman is Tully same year 102} cents. Now it ductuates

to them by action of the calls it heaven, it shows plainly that he The street garments of the present authorized by nature to make her fiftieth between 8t>J and 87 cents. While the

muscles of the organ of voice. I doesn't know an, more about heaven season are small- but rich and exceedingly year as noble as her sixteenth, her learning trade dollar has always been acceptable

than a gosling knows about Beethoven's graceful. The solid styles are* her conversation, her taste, her here, in other cities it has been from

the Every,bread-maker has observed that sonata?. Love is like beer, it gets flat usually of thick, satin-finished Ottomansilk matchless purity, her infinite friendship time to time. rejected, and as a conse-,

temperature at which her dough is when it is uncorked all the time. Some short upon the hack, but with leafs which has not enough worlds to con quence Philadelphia is burdened witha

kept, while rising has a decided influence' can't tell the difference between being more than able to atone for .
i.l. girls .aped ends in front, and magnificent quer very large proportion of the depre-
pon its quality. If it is kept warm, love and taffy. A baby is love mate- finish of twisted chenille fringe. Other the tints that may have faded from the ciated coin, largely in the possession of .
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ao,that the process of fermentation rialized. Whenever love has to play cheek. When physical beauty is made the
styles have a basque finish, and trim- laboring people, who can ill afford: <
goes'on rapidly, the bread will be whiter second riddle it is time to break up the ming of handsome thread lace andpassementerie. the aim of being, life is limited to about the loss of a 13 or 15; per cent discount. .

and'tenderer' than if it is allowed to band. Love will make a man spit on The lace is alf-lace, twenty years. Thus are fifty years left Unless relief was granted Colonel Snow .

riae hi a low temperature. The little his hands and take another hold that is, body part and trimming. The without an adequate reason for living, den said the loss would fall upon those

test Teat plant with the long name flourishes when every other power on earth has latter is sometimes arranged in a full except that a part of the period was the persons least able to bear it. If not exchanged -

when at a temperature of about 72 and backed out and given it up as a bad job. double fall upon the shoulder, and a approach to beauty, the other part a retreat in standard dollars they would

it has abundance of sugar to feed : Love is worth two dollars and a half a double flounce below the strip that full of much humiliation. The continue a vexatious_ element in day

upon. If no sugar is put into the I bushel.) any man or any woman liv- constitutes the garment proper. In the rose lives for its physical charm alone. business transactions. They should becianged

dough the plant converts the starch Its beauty is the whole philosophy of its
of ing. small summer garments there is an in- by the Government and retired

.its the grain into sugar and feeds upon. THE (':-E liE DJD 'T T.\J E.- finite variety in lace, netted chenille, existence ; but the moment we estimate from circulation, if for no other reason

"James !" "Yes, ll pa.*' "There netted silk with jet, lace embroideredwith an intellectual and emotional being than that it was discreditable for a nation -

.' In: an, article published by Dr. It. were seven California nears in that beads ; and the richer real lace, then color and youth are only the incidents to be forcing into circulation at

Koch it is asserted that the only subStances cupboard. Six of them are gone. Do which is seldom ornamented in this way. of a few year, and not the inter- par a dollar of 412} grains when dollarsof

worthy of the name of disinfectants -i you know anything about it ? "1 never The simplest of all the small out-door pretation of a life. Merit stands readyto 4-.'.) grains of,the same standard fineness -

are chloride, bromine, iodine, took one ot them.'Sure?'' "Certain garments is the cape. and this is so convenient take i>o&>ession of the whole threescore issued by authority of the sane

mercuric chlorine, and, iH-rhai, potassium J.u. Wish 1 may die, if-" "You that it will not I* easily relenqubhed. and ten years, and to make the Government, are refused at more than

,permanganate and osmic acid. wicked, ba-i boy : how often have I told At present it is almost universal last years more glorious than the first. 7 cents. The oniy loss to the Government -

Is has been found that spores of the I you never to use such an expression ? ; few ladies but possess one or God is with his children always. in exchanging standards for trades

bacillus of splenic fever kept for many Here comes: : nia: : let us see if she knows more in black chenille, or lace, and Even Shakespeare does injustice to was that it would not make a profit UI

days in a 5 per cent. zinc chloride solu- anything: about it."' Mamma says lie. others made to l e worn with dresses en mankind when he divides life into stv- the silver used.A .

tion 'develop when plr.ced in suitable saw James take at least live of them. suite ; the Litter are particularly adaptedto eral ages and uses up the last two in the ,

nutritive liquids and even when added "You little rascal : How dare you tell gingham, and woolen' dresses for formation of a kind of shivering ghost. matter
military : Major A. and
to serum containing alf cent. took and here's onlytbis'httle The words
ono per me you never one, young girls. his friend W. met and had a drink to-
zinc chloride. The the grub eaten side .
author with
wonderhow -
expresses on-? The sixth
stage shifts gether. After awhile 1askt'd.. the i
this salt should ever have been left ?" "Oh. pa,doll hit me. I said I An amateur poetess wails: "Oh where Into the lean and slippered pantaloon.1' major up for another smile, and the

l8riously'regarded! by respectable chem.iIt' didn't take one of themandandand can I rind rest ?" Get a position as sales- and the succeeding lines are a sort of major hesitated. "Why, Major "
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as an antiseptic.It that is the one I didn't take." Pa \\oxaa in a store that-don't advertise, unintended insult to man and his Maker 1Y', "I never knew you so loth to says ad-

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MISCELLANEOUS.3DEBA.HY .
STATE NEWS.Ibeiint ,MISCELLANEOUS.PARSONS'SPILLS. ..-- .' .. .. '
-- installment of lumber iorthe, -: .

large hotel at St Augustine ,has passed

r over the:Jackson and St. Augustine MERCHANTS' LI '

road,.a few;days since,consisting..of 25,000 .. ,

feet., Elegant Side-wheel SteaarrCffrrylnjc t

The County ..Commiaeionere of Leoncounty
aV a recent'meeting' appropriated 'lWA.HE PnETW RICH OOD, ., the 17. S. Mali;

$200 towards. defraying the expenses of Art wm completely chanc the Noodle the entirey Um to tare month Any per '. ONE OF THE STEAMERS or THtt U
son i who will fate 1 Pin each night fcom 1 to 1*week,may be TMtored to MUDd will leave In.'ksonTUlcdally.from wSitL..,
sending exhibits to the Louisville Expo IaeaUIa,If.....&hJ. c be pouIbJe.'"01'eaI'fDc ....PDJa bay.DO of Laura street,at 2 30 p.m.,and 8.r.i2i.*
>l5 tiOD. ... QwO. rfejBldAU use them In their practice. Bold erer7Trp- .or tent by null for Hallway wharf aUto\t.m..for '!,,T "
< fIo.<<'
Captain F* A. Hendry, the Cattle Kingof as cU.in Umpfc fend for pamphlet. L 8.JOHNSON A CO. BOSTON MASS. Now ;-
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Florida,is having his residence at Fort CROUP L ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS. Palatka, Astor, Sanfordjterprisc ,
N'S AJCODTXE LUO3IK3 ..lIlIDStanDeoaaI7 \ ;.
,
Myers enlarged and: improved. When idler UMM tcrrlbl diieami.and will positively ,
it win be one of' the handsomest nbM CUtS wt of tea. Iofbrmit4M tlut will.
completed *
DIPHTHERIAmi lire sent ft'ee by nutt. Uoat ktoy. .ft moment.
Anti all intermediate
in South Florida. & II better tiuui cor. landings soothe.
.'
It is asserted that Green Cove Springs LINIMENT ,el. Paktka.
ouMDeII.BattlDlfCoaab.WbooplDlr Couibo ?
with a population lOO"cann( t boast even Ctagolc EteonuUiim.Chronic Urram. (Monk' rcnery.Cbolerm Morto,Kidney Trouble*,vtoeuet of the Is the time to Sunday Boat will leave at 1 p.m. """"*
... I/mtl li. JolISlOS A Co.Buarcn.MAM.nii Will make close connections '
Court sod Bt Sold ereryirhere. SaId W pampllleC to L& with al1) t
of a school house.. The House being Lines for -

used as a substitute by permission of ) ft wen-known Oct that molt of UM Pointy In the Interior. '*-
S: Cattto Powder oM in thb LAY
the County mmill@ioners. anatrepsad worthies; that SherhUn'i MAKE HENS And with steamers at Sanford for
Caadltioe I'Uwder I. .ArJatrJr pare and
The orange of Hon. Lewis Lawrence tr on .2rth Points on Indian River
grove will mats.lake hent liy like Sheridan' Condition Powder: DOM. one teuMooAd to each pint
,of Lake Maitland, is furnishedwith feod. Sold rei7wtierc <*Mntt>riiuU wits rte in tump L S. JOHMOS" Co.Bonos.V .MAM. Returning leave Enterprise at 730 and'sin.
SubscribeFor ford on arrival of train arriving at JackmL
: a complete system of water works, villa

operated by a caloric engine.. The water '\ ALTONVHANN & CO., Early next IIlornlD,.
f
conveyed from the Lake at the rate of Sloklns Lines for close all points connections with rail and item.

eight hundred gallons per hour to a tank PLOW BRAN NORTH EAST AND.
where it is distributed all over the grove WEST.,

Good health cheeks and beautiful For all points between Jacksonvffle tat'
rosy Palutka take one of the
skin,ladies can get by using Brown's Iron Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure.PREPARED Market. wharf daily,Sundays HewnCh'IDI'excepted u M
Bitten- i* Ul*

FAST MAIL.
MISCELLANEOUS.WHEN EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable growers of .
Leaves Jacksonville tor Green
Florida. It will produce a heavy, but sound and healthy growth on growing trees' Cove Spdu;.
and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit. Tocol and Palatkiu
THE FIELDS
Lake '
IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and in the steamer MAGNOLIA leaves :Fieri*

Are White With Cotton latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity. The Florida Star.0 Central Railroad wharf at-a. m, daily, Say
day excepted returning same day.
IT IS SPEC! !LLV RECOMMENDED FOR PINE-APPLES. For further information apply at Gexenl
Then you'll want a fine Piano or an Or- Ticket Office corner Bay and Laura Street*'
gan. But why wait for It? Buy at once WALTON WHANN & CO. tr.B.WATSOX.Maaaaer. *.
and enliven the long hot summer months C.B.FENWICK.Gen.Pass.Agent.SPORTSMEN'S .
with music, and make the Harvest Home Wilmington, Del.
still more joyful. Never mind if you -
haven't got the cash.. Have you not Auk Captain McLean of the alop "Ayttc' to briny you a tack of tAe EMPORIUIJ

heard of R. C. SCRIMGEOUR

PLOW BRAND.

LUDDEN ft BATES' Taxidermist and Naturalist
JXO. ANDERSON, of Ormond.Agent for East and South Florida.
Birds&animals mounted with aomezupeet
is the constant aim and intention of for
Anatomy. ,
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MIDSUMMERPIANO the publisher to give Lo; the readers of tlleST.R Everything appertaining to shooting

AND ORGAN SALE : COLLINS CO HARTFORD one of the most readable and newsiest and meat fishing and at to reasonable be found rates.at my establish-. '

I papers of the State. *
Established 1826.MANUFACTURERS Also dealer in the Celebrated LJoa.
And don't you know that during the brand of Asbestos paint in all colon
months of July, August and September ... ready for use. The best and chetpeis
you can buy at LOWEST HOCK BOTTOM paint ever introduced for House or Bole
Cash Rates by paying just a little cash use. Oil stoves in great variety,soluble
down and balance November 1st. with- o a for family or boat use. .,
out interest? It's a dead sure fact, and ? '
LINSEED OIL WARRANTED PURE
you can't save one red cent by postponIng ../. ...
purchase until your cotton comes in. ,'s .'
Prattle Celebrated Astral Oil always ii"
Here are the terms.Midsummer. '":,I.;.1'"<- ;:'

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{ STOCK.Triple
'--:' csz .
Ttwentycolumns: of Select
Special Offer. plated "Table" ware from the
Miscellaneous Reading, House of Holmes, Booth& Hay den.

Lanterns,Razors, Combs, Nick inks
in endless variety. 4-
.. $25 Cash down on Piano. OFAxes .
Cigars, Tobaccos Pipes
$10 Cash down on an Organ.And .
.S Hatchets and all smokers' article?.
Picks -.\ D-
the balance November 1st next When you cannot find
without one cent of interest. Rock Bot- ,
tom Cash Bates. No interest or advancein AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY what you want in the other stores in .T>- .
tusville just give l:. C. S. a call and
price. And if,when pay day comes, you
you can't pay all cash, we will give TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also will be sure to get suited. .
longer time with a reasonable increaseof
price. Chickering, Ludden & Bates. FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS Nearly Ten columns State, LEGAL. ,

Mathushek, Kranich Bach, Hallet Davis Of all sizes and prices from $5 to $}3'. Also, Plowing Machines. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
& Co. and Arion
Pianos; Mason &; County and Local
Hamlin, Packard Orchestral and Bay Farmers will receive valuablo information catalogues.. Ac., News Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
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State Organs. Every grade and style. by writing to the makers July )6. 1883.

All with maker's names and fully guar- COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York.IPARSONiiI NOTICE is hereby given that the.fol
anteed. No stencil instruments sold. A lowing-named settler has filed notice other
selection from over 300 styles from ten intention to make final proof in sup-
leading makers. Fifteen days test trial port of her claim and that said proof will
given. We pay all freight if Instrumentis : InESEXTEDEEKLY.. be made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk
not satisfactory. Six months exchange ILLS Court at Titusville Fla., on Monday,
privilege given.SPECIAL. AU .27, lSS3. viz: Laura Hendry, latewl&ow
oCThos.A.Rosser of LaGrange,
BARGAINS .84CH..4 will NIGHT rompl..I,....hUtr'h..hI"> oo4 in th.cntfr*fptnmlatbreeeuabe.AAypen...who will uk OKI:PI LL Fla, lId 5ooO; ; for the X W 1-4 of S E 1-&
FkIk OSE TO T\\'EL'"E WEEKSIIUI.1'benl&olH .
/. Ma'. f bpdm.u.rh.mmtl.irpr.etla.aoloaa411..tc1l.if e.ebaAmUpoui0le..remee.mUeComDluagthepNlbh..eeo. nldeerywh.re. Section 20, Tp. 21 S. llange 33 E.She .
this month in our grand Clearing Out once bj p&g for swan IB.t mn.. .v-n4 for pwnphl.t. L rL JOBKBOH*CO: >9o.taa.Kua.I o names the following witnesses to

Piano Sale. 100 first-class Pianos near- I prove her continuous residence upon and
ly new some not used a month offered cultivation of said land, viz: T.J. Cock-
from 850 to 8100 under regular price, on A TRIAL OF THE BALTIMORE JOBBERWILL shutt, E. I.. Brady.F. A. Chappell and
easy payments of 825 cash and balance B. n. Wilson, of LaGrange.Fla.
810 monthly. Sold only to make room CLEARLY SLDSTANTIA ESPECIAL POINTS OF EXCEL 14 L. A. BaRNES,
for fall stock. Write for Special Circulars LENCE.1st JOB PRINTING. Register United States Land Otlce.O .
and full line of Piano and -It is the easiest runninir
Ie.Jd
Organ press m: + -It w .is strong aa:: any press made. .
Catalogues All sent free. Addtcss 3d-It is the mo>t durable pn-rvs. made. 4th-It will do as goal work as any press JOB PRINTING. TICE
made. 5tli-It will take le-vsto keep it in rvpnir than any prcM made. Oth-(lA>t U. S. Laud Office at Gainesville Fla.
Ludden & Bates'SOUTHERN but not lca>t) It costs Ice Hum any first-cIas.; pros made. JOB PRINTING.Our July 6, 18.13./

COMPLAINT having been entered at .
MUSIC HOUSE this office by William M. Fee against
Henrietta E. Strobhar for abandoning

SAVANNAH GA. f gF her homestead entry No. 57.7.dated Oct.
1.IS..upontbeX& of N E j and E 1
ONLY S20. s of X W .i Section ;38, Township .w ,
llange37 E, in Brevard county Ffcu
with a view to the cancellation of said
entry: the said parties are hereby summoned '
to appear at thi* Omen 011 the 23d
day of August 1SS3: ,at 10 o'clock a. m.to
rej>oiid and furnish concern-
testimony
Job Office is
well
equipped for executing said
ing alleged abandonment. Testimony
tk k11'x I all kinds ofF will also be taken before Henry Olm-

stead, Justice of the Peace Eau Gallie,
August -1, 1883 at 10 :I.*tu.r. .
I ....\. BauNES. n(' ister.
12 wl JOHN- F ROLLIXS.Receiver.NO : .
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PLAIN& FANCY WORK, TICK

Six months after date I will present to
his Honor J..\. McCrory. Judge: of the
county court of Brevard county Fl.u my
final accounts and vouchers as administrator
of the F.tateofS'annlelMoore late
COLOR &ORNAMENTAL ORI:, of said county deceased and ask for a final:

discharge as such Administrator.

1'HILADELPIIIASINGER ; riliNKas I). WESSON, AilruinMrator.March .
+ ? 23, 1SS3. (-tS.6w)

MACHINE f1 c- -

EQCAL TO ANY SINGER is THE MARKET. RULE* PAMPHLET WORK
The above cut represents the most pop- ,
ular style for the people which we otTer >k.ittEi: tiNE4E b prnp.All TeNU RISE eimaL rAllr.
you for the very low price of 820. Remember L'aelntlw.. tufdDpdn nct
,we do not to pay until -

you have seen the tnachulc.After having J nta'Y 4.if F71. .
yaw ft ; !; i ., -
examined it if it is not all we represent
return it to us at our expense. Consult ) ::. t :ETC., ETC. NO PATENT NO PAY.Obtalne4 .
your interests and order once,or send : ,
for circulars and testimonials. PATENTS for Mtchanicalv de-
IHfsU>> tts,
Address CHARLES A. Wood & CO.. ana I.abdi.11: preliminary eiaminatlon.ai
1\a. 17 N. Tenth St., Philadelphia, Pa. All Size Presses, Type and Printers' Supplies. Catalogue free. tnido 1to putt'ntnbUtty for of Inventions", frt-f. March 8, 45 Cm 17 J. F. W. DOIIMAX -21 GERMAN > obtaining 1'atpnts" i* M-nt trvf.
STREET, BALTIMORE,MD. Titiwille Indian Paver I(' : wh're't.lre.s.itOjsBAGtiEKVasMnjjton tlV.
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4: k HOYB BWFtflObUi itftrs d nmrtcfif rb6 : doasit."Yes he grandther'used ..

rj, "mined lot the wthor, date not kno*. ," quotlrll'.Mrltm-who was ; \to''say=whether he waf af Let these all come to aboil ; it will bum f :

ayaespuac Mchelor, and,of- course au i fait in f n iDg on his head or oaf his heels, 'easily, so musgbf{ raCitedtab4ytitre? ,.IJ f'W: clQ.th.JW ..q1vo .

natters, of thIi1'sortXl'? t W Must. ;' !6qncPe; \f!iB. 'a wcI I a9 every moment. Let the dressing,, get .... ;; ""If
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; '.' l ; ''AD4- thougliaee- iay.'' Jo UJ1t.n &rliedh.4 4 beyond ine s1 ifo. "'In.sifverT: tl cold.bet t*iththee; igd wet not ,,- _."
'"' palaces of dulcet softness 'wiUi "a"world Do checkxperapiratio bgittirink.R
\ *3fc i roam .plfif: r.*1tje .01 i Spddenlytbeiptpprigtor was ; POT AU..FEU.-Take a goodsizedbeef .:;.. -
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tQk: != k Trw" humble: there"s no place Jil \li abappyrthobg: >it't jft f iri nuatk>li titheiii;'shd'askedgaahe I 1, O*'c..Eth.' plenty 1 V. '-"a.of meat "on"it.n ex* .*. -. ;;, t.iv, '1t..1ij'it.
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f-meurseems"W awoyrW.f' ; Jenny, J'rI4,, tract, the maaowand. place. a nnt..on..the
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: s? tihinn"mi;! ;::rtfj.thstworld'uarne.er& : tere: giri; the+center. n with a melting smile'- :' j. -.f the AV-r range, coveting"the;: .heeftriththree 4mt CJ!eto I j l' ( ,., < .{ti

.r- >reek'thmngh : five woman.(the seine ."You. are_becoming.. ,very..;'fond.__ .bf me -!- !.11. ... t*
water.
*. ") h \ ,. qr more, ..nmut."pfco14 .. .. thin umbeuwntn a:
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-omen iW nome aren'tyou ?" I'* _... .
t .weet.i the stodtof ip net8)T\Jtlio ;
t'i ,- J ps ) were :: "I. J cover tightly and allow to Biminer.all ; "' 61..
t. a nd)laoe nk hornet $,ir J' 27 aJu *jfgaged .lake Clark in a or Ioard .eo, .f!h.ea" .lfi W1v--_.
: : 3narraying roses and leaves Bussell's.Grosyenor. ; -
: t day loflgTTff'heBexb day.fbefore heating, '
r.'JY" 1h p1iCi1ikn eJ i;' ;' : sun: When .
6i his D1nd was takenallabackf1' ; t6oF :
';< len feet "Here Jenny will ea. ;
<'t. away. remove t& :greaspfrooomie (op.ana addalargftonionwhicnhasDtenstufiK s 1
V '}i fAa'esUe'from home. ,splendor' dazzle so good as to try this nit Y"Jeriaylitms ., .(/likewh vessel;*herwas >in danger. _full 'to'.R rJG_,I_ MrM"t x f.1t.ilitl 1 -i ',.

,: h"t'f" :; t't!'". sinking; end first. t. es, ... y.1ttI l' ...1D... .
;i -1y'.".. cottage : ; 7orelymeittiie'w t9. wrong of cloves and in the till ofa \ t.
--. .. joaited ..
::Yv.: Jr; : <; { oVAl OI1. .hotdays'iitbeE 4 buae.:
." ;"" ; ., .... gildamake t &DW c1 the 1oTeisgid; brdUn : ... ; .
theiAuld
fcotor
iently ,< .anylbonnet rich 4dy other
'ainaicggayly< that come..t.my. ? { ennt s teeiing 14t: i .. ;
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don't want false .
to create a imprea- '
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jt c .t. _".. pther'thanfiiirwoBjuy .ajpplj! twy I ::1 vegetables which one may fancy. Rice bead she <:f:' f 1 ?M t 1
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}: Game tlem"'I t u a t1iei.e"or1ai.deate1'.tb it Sbe'didnot lijpearldilike thefol''dIspnrtf4g rt--:lam married;. :My husband la an vennir V.
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-:' ; 'at present bur will not always -r f f %& ;C home,.iwleet;sweet home! : eett'tSeforg't wo ; ,rJi Just before serving, burn a little brown dt c! i tiIC ':
Mi/ !til BikditA ilermW l men hi order to.ahqwjoff Ji b k.J': so, and I expect,to eavethissituation'I Uc k
: { : : I Vi* "( sugar and stir,through it. This.. rives fli ll1 dl td._ t t'e
4 1- ike 9I1 t I it to keepthe"WOtfifrom.;
[ took
< u.. (7'A IMS of an elegant'.head! Covering aa : JP5 eL reaC.o.1ot the ti.J.J.-:
.l. :-", .b. ..Dl\t"IQ1It.A.L,. rr 41.,uuHh- W1J'f1 I I inducement''to'''themtt&tpitrtbeM dOOrbut-I'b haven't found; itneceItor ."'> ... d .\ .
soup. heea
ditoasC erae t'v': ;(he L 'grow p14 ;nQtfa'oTerit'aM I >a rillIt
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if little out of Rher :
"t.'r' ff 0#', ..a)M. Ho' ;: 1', n f}., saCse'r Jilt she;Winefor was a 8rd: and tried the> : I.'aIwa's..beiieVe"in': .lookingjat1: the TIm REF uto nros. to.V oodineas is gOOd SMtf.lt.' : .._ .'" :'
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'prei8D
J&H', often noticeable In .cold meats physician give the 1t-iMIc1! f slpt
:- .)i .. iq J.rlld o.eJw net on', blushing-glbriousiy-. '.. -.ide.-J'uc.' .friends. tell, me, very pc :
banker.J\J. x* kept.iii'a refrigerator. prevent this .nw-ot i
of wealthy r n"'IaDLJ.
Ld be wife .a looking tha J
He knakUig-th >; ofet. ...(ftsbiaaftTbI;: > hilelloI'witht : .
r. try scouring out the whole ibsdb' M' iie 3tat
f' I ,Knowlton dazeVl,Jbut he heard
.. the remembrance' pl so Till Which tbQ editor>i-r and; his*friend-!*} .. &| w&tjijn > {o1Jo"i g prepardti ut/takeTftuajter I awl, ttryepoe r"eapeiitreeii iAt' :1
V ed wittt'open and undisguised ( wo.riIPt: | fl J t '. -
*. .. >4yme .fi. abroad M= ;Wbichbu flatter. kion. A : w: .au- ."N ow I lik: 'yon xery'much=; I liked pound of lime, .ha (: P uid of washing \ aUe'hOdyr. a..'iillllijlV '.ailx. eaithpouttdeddeet >!

.'k t', :t y .t ten.r..i' ; u th-:1iBt.'tilni"T aiw you; ft seemed soda-and, one. quart:of- boiling, water ; : r I."" t ::r
)eartPVIurna and aaya.with.a I7Th& kaciwaapro9otmced j mix all this elltogethertand leave until etoUi!' iittte'iMnetlcl'lilitpa \
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"- cii o good of ypnlto.vurge friend so
jour
Mon'itihelf and
g.. U..U the" armhg girl
'o.: '_' "M.g Jlom:tome" sweet; sweet ome. .,.1. turned it tth'e, iiiefcbant'witli 'a d t1y.W.buy a bonnet for his .wife. col
,..Wm..n"no place like.horse'Thwe ),continued conversattonabout it scrub,with the sediment, instea4of soap!' !:eU..oi chpba ?'If' ,, 3Ie
oa a ,
..iI'e..!. jcious air of confusion\ and t
It may.take off,the vanish, butqugh\to P9PQ !Pales!! rpWea
t4ot y6u remember: that evidenUy. un;air :(
ment.r. fd :Xs
t i/ \ Jnt -s :
eatYit1i' fate
checkered4rith many e" a oil of bills thestreeLbir..hnowltori,'my marriedlifo'I remove: _the odor. :'A' good jsunningAfof{ feWtJtk4im..eJW.". tt>rt_r
Bawshay produced ,
t .a j
r necentollrzortuaes: '. apparently giving, the lie to the, as J. enyeryhapfyr andj althongV a day in.the yard, ;with all ttiecompartwentaandcosep J -ond-- ,mfmVthim.: !. "+'of...". y.

p our 'end' /xnmtry'editors1'' iDi my busbau4 }.sicihftjis-drua conditionto ; open,:shoul ,begiye! nto "lp mati, .. / 1ft... .... .. ...1.t. .1
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;,t!, ...1Ioth-: we tWs of oldmbrx. ..ejr !impec'uniositrt'and 'demanded, get,;well.again; ;and she jfijture-is "eryrefrigerlitor at least once a yean -tab1efp aof ., \l'J ry .

'. :,sv"I8t.It'.r.!
t \ along that you only wanted a good wife Ulterior... .; f Going-- ;Eit"1oisly ,
.. '(xi.toy *4Any milliner tin town would where'I. tfietTi'Tri .
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: I'aP0 ome I complete' and i"naSe''picked out 'BUNS.-Two, quartsof warm.water; I Of"' ,> ';-' "
to l .h''ft.fH
you, : ',9
tll.. ; l. !.HoWllDPAY v' :you at least 42o.for yjU but-as T'f T',,; ,:
.1'i>11' {. .i-o '. who- if 1 and two.pounds of;Sugar,,l'onei anda'Jjalf <
1- .T. .fo'--l... .c... ;sell hatband'this Something J one for you ;- you'take to, are lVanta "' t tIWO :
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;'{. Vt :f'1(.- .. .. '; 1 pounds of butter-.two ounces of allspice; toe DJ..b bv. t.ata" "I"t ,
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.. Ii .. !with us, you'may have itfor: $5." fortunate, Tenonga ; ..hVe -- .: .;;: t .;.!= .. b .:
"- (\.:; \ I A: .0.k'S- t: ri1' "FiYe doUare 1"' said Khowltou your u happy.: --kv5c.I have tr.|>a.sister: who isjust six eggs beaten by themselves'' ones pint'of ..' '-4)0,.,d(..."-"J.f.-"&8".. ,' culfucy.. "' _..'. .'GUt.'{......"........._...r.,"...,.).. .,

.. .. .., .oJ. Pat.the flour and water :: ;
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.'itd: -. j like;me fu'everFthtnga"roaneriarthi yeastl ;yeast 3!\loliti fm-JH tIr.-c.t: TJXi :F
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,. }t. .A';.t. _r-\'W:Its'b ti t tttg.'-;.j1.ttdtt n {trtta'r. .der.his breath. "Five'dollars !: fact ; she employed Ina stoic together about as thick as pudding,'',aet: -i Anangeme lJb !f1 b ?fr opi> ietod.' r.

.: J X3 pnsaiaed.:to ? my wife anew' .right.& tOvalue'butdirt, chcaias somethin like this; i farther* up .tie it by the fire, let it rise:to a sponge;and for holding, ,thelaimiiaijrJjitatojAjprtail-. i

1i"b'l.''' ,t....;;. 4 edi of the. 'prices goe.!'.)"" ... street: I will giye-you: a ''letter'4of utroductionlf > mix the sugar and butter together. Then tarsal Fair in Philadelphia in'OitoberL.s .
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", \ __ U'AU"rifht '.saidfiDawstias: who > ullereattir 9 ifcr'
;, U UD CI" ana s .. you like: I wll flower s;; beat the e-t gether-after tingenddkdead next .an ten
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'.TT, i-j' .... ;?'iii. .. .his: ':tioeom'frend: ) Alj ; ..right, ; please put It up.'sets sjieee113'feitheisfyouecaa: ..make V "her in''do'ui'. eiiou"gh'bttt"not WrY im;: 'years.**, "* ,Foritnni**Jli.llr the| *' VtBL f- .
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.. .r .f'J>- KnowlUm bjbpied thattt1i do.; I '- ;%'*" i.i1-i -.wi :
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.. a c asraiatir"tubblnf make the buns small and, brush them bdtng9' .
; acquaintance buy:;,feathers. .,, etc., and. e :
the for he. '" { o Ff }
... ".,Oo'. .;;tend thtooof. ; g'Ifat would,prolong' :pro eas, who; in time, you maybe intimate enough to over..with.. egg..... **just...as.*you*_. ,'pu.. .t.tnem'uito"_ "'._. v t its dd'ispaeal.t.W,..., a. f
{ JtheJ curb'.ins coase- infatuatRdVwith'-the'faiNgirl: **> % JTshall: thVoven, "_ /.. 1' ; i will b'e cow in a rwr'd V AI.
>. .'.. ,..1'1'0. ask if you,can jupon)her ,say '' ._ >t
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,. :"" 1 i exhibited the{article f4ress : Pleas"bW eeu"prep4ted iA\ =
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.. to "meanwhile- PEACH FBITTEBS.-U for these
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it il-l:: ; il1 :., ;J 4;(, ." 1" he f | nothing ,- unless you 1 A
'bewltchingV and
:J.r note \:hot.you. 'are m town and.. .... a q 'nerii dealfe it; but if you make slow progress, .the-,evaporatedpeacaoafc: thenr;,all ing for a main bu1dir3 tong\; ; ';
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; B8 $i t tot"...}: your. : hardly kneel keepliiV*;Res ott ,her,' I'will arrange it: s V;!-i.and*( '>Etitia'* i.
.. .. sltuyec asp agree *. as phrase ''I ; heat"' my home.' ; I'am i sure. shewlflike the homing; keep/them closely.cov{ .)' f eet. These., >uildJngs win probably >

,; f 'n'iitls''veied. ;:his"friend-as: ,Bawtbay, rr tar'* I \rrdea eu mars th 'though- '- you,' and if you.like me, you.oughtto erred, and' if the peaches" & ''left in ba finished wiitlitu'two montbs"in. addition ;

'?hi newspaper,man' r slor- was-fur\ueJ!> reg. ryoung like 'her. How does the proposition .halves the flavor:"is" 'wonderfulljr'preserfed. ..there' 'wjl ,..etallii;.for'cittieThe :..

; ., ..Jit\ rt bar J-' i us she, M'"i: xl f.Yj caUon.- T':? hill\, ;as- I strike. .'you: ?"' f JMlke'a-batterJbfrotie-'lcup'.Jbf 200. .r tIt.al1.'fnp'b: ,. .ae&_ '..and..:v..i.: t8n- "n.
1'418 cork "
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11 a.' ow rough you the roseii rhi > upon. v *\ sheep and swine, ;(
? ; : At last the merry.litte .woman endedher sweet milk, two egg little salt 'and tt: i5g f.
Iboeti 3i¬" bleSsed ':"i mitt.:nv-t h'V'.1 S-iid' "b ic edit ; \ '
., a.a .r redieow ; > speech 'and waited until er wouldbe Sour enough to make moderately stiff grounds Whlcli- have;:been le s-

7 Tl" y tth iia 4umytaolJars as there the friends re: c" i; the st|k' ,, admirer, had recovered sufficiently to.: batter..' Fry in'hot lard and serve.with ed. comprise ab t\hh &_1tJJJ:

t. csssec 1.IJ: have coma on the band-box :containing! .. ,the make 'answers. The. novelty'. .of thewhole. without.: 'cream. ;.of' coarse" .-;'the-.' ..cream..... .. Within theInclosdrVa"hklfmfle'rac.of _.:: Af(. .. lS" 1.-:: F.
( between them -< track willb :
; boy..terl.land to see .. Iairf' from.the ..buying of the is a delicious sauce:. j ping copstiu tech; ':

; >4IE "mecchant'a; ,ads.,.andmyself o. "Well, yes, I aw,-and no .tionnctTto ,theprbppsedintroduction! 'PDTEAPPLE ''PUDDINO: Butter' a I I. speed will hereAftecbea' .part of the "
a Ir 'Then returned Knowlton. _j That's the attractions at the'StiG Fair. .
: short. : Although
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caused the "dumb- dish and line the bottomland:
to second fair.one, pudding ;
a ( t
l I have been looking for-I wonder J p the liar iieen'n'arranged
t a! Smattetxiof two..hundied schedule : theisociety
[' foundedly perplexed' bachelor to ex-, ldeS.sl. ce8'of stale cake (sponge J $
become" >
'J.'" tt!t1 lonust.gOj*ii* up I can ever" .' plain: < cake is best), pare and slice thin a large .' _prop. '). :.Jjtt :).tf.f"$": $. "iO,000,. -in. ,',,
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,: r .. usiiieee or ?goTiome, her? in.the dish first premiums. ;One$the,most important
? :0. "That is enough," said .Wel!, thisVislthe.oddestaexperlenceI pineapple; place a'layer I r
*.that' easy to erected
OIl.1be'wMle'.the' expense and buildinga be IJa puplio reVeeptionhouselar
a r ever had! 1 have'always said that of pineapple; 'then strew'' with [sugar, 'f '
$je trwtf>.e', of'carrying the -head gear shay. You keep a fancy'store, "i then pineapple and 'on'until'all >Ye 'enough to' accom-
blessed single- 'more
should bo
state one so ,
artificial my i ->.J T rmodals 3 -$ ,
t :: i3 .teo'much, .I guess Aiigel will have to"SSSFW you V Veli, peen buy tau ''I stock 'nessr-and her I am 'in the matrimonial: is used: -Pour over a small teacupful of = 'a" great no&ito;icper.. It

>fV "'r.t! it. "" t'JJ8rlment.and.. your net, caught fast !' Yes, I'll' see ;your, water. and.cover'. : with. slices.of cake ,will, be i arranged... sqithapafe's..a: id
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*exclaimed ask. proprietor I -
Knowl'rittia't establishment ; \ various other; lacesfibifrrefieshments y
/$ utftf'f : pro sister!" sad.Knowlton,d ;id'ed1rju,; np- : which'have. been. ., dipped uTcold water ; '
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this beauty wai t. onou : th witliin \
: ; elttz of-reproach' in his ? will be uaed iti-walhf -The
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stool
lucklVv inj; to his giving the a cover the whole with 'a' buttered'plate '

.. i'P91rithQ U; Y on area: prat- acquaintance and trust to whirl.. "I'll:"see your sister!' Ancl'ifShei |! and bake slowly for two hours. society.bas no' -dQou1ttpfr IDs ooniplete. -
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; 1ti.to grumble about expense. .and.. Capital said Knowlton. half as jolly and good as'yourself, I'll V .. successottsgew{ : degnrttiaal, proposes ;
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: tin it !" And he did. I tot ;*the largestand' most
: >5r"gerierosity. is about.as \ 7 1 do best towed her !" i give .'j
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,}IOQr.U... your' grammar.. ;You1 say you The' bonnet reached Freetown '. .. Effects of Extortion.Niagara .t. complete agricultural'exhibition::ever ::;
} athers'praYed ;as excellent a preteXt -fs -' f
many.blesiingsjn'ere ,
\, kyfe; rm ne'On 'to.Ne York. to buy course, and held. in Petinaylvauiaezchange :2"p; Tvania7U -ri
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-: ., as' flowers. Knowlton made extraordinary '' : it f-n\vtr* vAX -a*** ;,r.
!, ...,Jl t. q'\ii1t. rial..t no I say .come 011' ed upon Bachelor Knowlton's weeks '. Falls is suffering severely .. ,_ ", .>,1"y .-,.:'l.,1.
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: < who in a few brief
progress for"eXtortion.
i .U7itifo ;uriwife You: the'editor's delighted .wife, from its reputation, : f
alFlIInegantopoatotfceclerky
of .the incidents andruister. Hattie/rwho, was if any4hing village looks the hackmen
informed The squalid
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i ) ,.. ..the opposite,but,she >>less. been. Clerk
men
: .h. *...*--5i*. h morelovelythan ,Jenny, .Ras "Sure, is there tether: for : .1
the
and who ''idle and';''tourists shun the place. "
is,handsome hat, and purchase, are ; :
"What name? < Mike : 'Oh, nevermind.tli
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: know it came appreciated gift so daintily and captured completely Their first meetingwas Nevertheless, the,:."tolls,"" '.making,it -- f '
1'rtB.i.lt *'simultaneous name. :Doq't 'be.. :xwinnuaai- z'rive.
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1 "New-Y rlt. "., ,, air of such supreme elegance as. an strong impossible for the visitor to movewithout ., Oi only. ,wants.. .inelether.!.' Clerk.: ;a
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mutual liking and AS the days sped on >
1 : '" 'at'on the applause 'and envy from ten cents tQ half dollar -
,. tt' ?; ',wS',I_won'tget it this tune, e' deepened. paying: a "Yes,'but'cannot: ve"YOll"a-:1etter *
himself '
whole village Bawshay are still maintained.. 'Da il':'! yj]
w l'al4 6..1 )YNi' his $5 Knowlton prospered in his business unless I know your :;Iikie :
for
k' ness you RUI, though,','!ttf more solid bid! ever comfort spent_ ;. and prospered in his lore Jenny' bur- In Germany, "a.youth and his 'H'Ve",:thin,.me. ..name. _, .jLi spit OIhtn- f',

,i .f XJi ..lton.:., 'I'ngiveyou" co' no' 'peace' 550: he while this'"love of a band got well;and there being nothing fa girl hi a public'garden order ice'Cream nelL" The clerk.could".find vno/letter J'

...rs.! yetptuolwse. aTvery love of a tion- And refeshment'the' paYs for for. tnamean 3tik wetS
other
the bachelor became youth
5n : .was creating such a sensation hi ; the way, generous abenedict or =; .' I,
i ? thatcharmmgwoman- .JtQjwhom. a ,.married; Hattie built asmall his own and the girl's.father'p js for t.tJDi t Q'ihe"'tmi"
L-- ':' -- -- it exerting
.' "''t .. ..l 'as'' ,' 1 .ue. : town, was "double"cottage"oif Bergen-Heighla, so herd. People who claim that America thought as hoR=heRaa:lChiDi u>r;but "
York j
:- .!. x.. .... will.:n1. ,begt with the 6ratt fluence,JitUl injtfew: j ; :puftng:the.wool.over: h1.' ;.:
:< :-,.' ." .........'1.:;r ".;. .. ... ..likelihoodw his literary friend advice. i that .the sisters are nett d8Or:neigh- fnni become :Germanizedl: don't.knowwhat .Oi'm.. aftber '.t6"
there'is the least --t rI-'TlWD: I 8 t'' .
v -' < customer at',the' d store ,btireutid though'bemaybave_ occasion they are talking about.. r" *" _. ... ... .
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owDen aDd ,...... .f'
,orairge groves plantationa LaGrange. ", t. .
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., together; with aCM CROCKERY AID GLASSWARE, (
Win. Scott.Tltosvllla .
8&tt-1 of B *, Town and VOag*, LAMPS& FIXTURES y1a.SCOTT vas.

And bow to waeli them and other rateable Jfc TR1t. : .
in all JIa1bnDadoJa. WOODEN TIIfWABE. '!I". I.; .Kter.
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This important work will be issued just ATTOENPrYS-AT-Li1Rs. .i,.......<
aa soon as the labor of collectingand Meal Corn Sanford : -" .,.
the facts be : Mr.Scott Is now located at
compiling can accompli ,
hed. To the basins commu- U Seal Estate Law a .

nity this will be the most valuable book Hay, C. B. MAGBUDEE, ..hJ'
that has yet been published about -!*(

........ la Florida. Price, $5. to be sold by sub crip- Oats, Etc. COUNTY SURVEYj \ :

tion. ANDNOTAPYPUBL ,:
Rota for AchfrtutMy: also agents for
RockJedge, r1 t
lFagewithbook$50. }Page with book 130IfiiJ""Agentannted
...' Hats Jacob Reeds' Sons, OR s. .
in every county, to M" .1051& :;'f-Si!:

CLOTHIERS, i*.t,,,, Yr{:
A and whom liberal terms will be oft'ered.-wI :

GUSHING & APPLEYARD Pubs. Samples to be seen at store.NOTIONS. 'ATTORHEYATLAWTUusvllle .. ;J
r-t! l*.
ARE. P.O. Box 1042.] Jacksonville, Fla. .. .. .

,- Buttons, HuBtavllle Female College.HusrsYimt DUESflC E' FAICY DRY GaOD3 M.Be ElIIJJ.JSB. -
.
l ALABAMA. .a,

&C., Thimfourthion begins Sept. 5th W nts' CIoUliJll t l'IIrnisIIiU> Goods. Notary IWc Stab M 1883. in the South haa increased I and all tastaaat
Nocollege lst"tt. to mph *. mm *..:'
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me to. i. : .
aaywbere. so rapidly in the last three years. Prepared J. .,iI"
to give instruction in all departments J. M. Dixon eace at lab reel".--'''' ; ,
of Female Education. A Christian homefor Titusvllle, .. '> t

pupils. For Catalogue with special inducements TiTCSYiLLE, : : FLORID T\ -
COWIE. Z
address Ber. A.B.JONES, !;
17w4 President. Dealer In ,6W
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WESLEYAN FEMALE COLLEGE, Drags, Medicines, Chemicals, Physician aid Sirtiak. >J:.
Fancy and Toilet Articles. 4'' (
Macoar,GBOBOIA, Titusville. .. .. .. .. :" '.t
and- Will begin Forty-eLxth Annual session.Sept. PerftMT, Dye-stall, Faints, Oils!, fF;
:: 19.A full faculty 01 expenencea Varnishes brushes,almost everything S. F. Ga.A Y. ,S.,
teachers. Advanced coarse of study. The kept by a first-class Drug House. "
best advantages in Music,Art,Literatureand Any drug, medicine or instrument Watch Maker art ....itl
Produce Science. Careful attention to all the needed customers
by >
ALL WOBK
wants of pupils. MTPricea moderate. and not on hand, will be ordered. wAAIWmD.
for Work or orders left wltb P...Wi"' "'
Apply catalogue to H 2mBe"
W. C.BASS, D. D.,President. ...Prescriptions carefully compounded Grange Post Office.will TltnsvUtoorwtth receIYen'OlDp&attatlw" A. ,.t'
:' night or day with accuracy and dispatch TtmnWe every JIoGdq. '.._':\ l g
: : by competent persons. Jy36 .
: Florida. A. L. HATCH, .
D"B.B.WIL90M.
tt 47 i1

: [Property IxGROCERIES NEWSPAPERThe .I'e.cy. Will continue the practice of IMUatteTttusviflt i t.
::
; : fc The undersigned having opened a art vteWty,, t .:
in the City Point PROVISIONS .
new. KfSPAFER 0ceatJ. M. Dfxon's DetigBMa. .
galvanized SDESCBIFBOI AGENCY "
DRY GOODS
acres. Five Will be pleased to receive subscriptions A.B.&WLBY,...... '1 ,
: : Orange trees HarJw are aid Bmral Ifirtate. i
: I to any VI8IIMQ BerHst.-.h
Beautiful River. CITY POINT. FLORIDA.
J cane and banana I March 8. 4w 45 Periodical or Newspaper published.Save Makes frequent trips to Indkn. )
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Lake Worth,Ac.'&
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state. Adjoining --0-- :
Wm. H. Tbe"BI..d".tIIe "Bast"AFlratClaaa P.O. Address, New Smyrna. Tbd ,
Sharpe.i time, trouble and expense by applying

I'4., investment for any one Mammoth Newspaper, to CHAS. H. NAUMAN, Q* H. NAODIAN.'f'.
as
:t
Titles perfect. For one year and an Subscription Agent, Justice or Pena and,: .

: can make Interesting Novel Haulover P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. Notary Public Stt-l-LMft.'-

Holmes or Hon. F0. $.... THE SLOOP "AGNES," Also Commissioner: PEN 8TLV.cna.of Deeds.ttoSftft*"?,*. .* I
and further 'jf
P. Perham Quit- tHE SAYiffliH fEEELT BIS, commanded by Office at the Haul-Over* '

City Point Fla. A mammoth sheet, 88x52 inches, con CAPTAIN JOHN :McLEAN, T. JOHNSONnotary COC> 3M.,TT. 'J'
taining 8 pages of reading matter, comprising Makes .
Peter Wright of alfthe regular trips on Indian River. "f
News ofthe Week, Telegraphic Public !Ita..at41
"
,
: )[ land
ist" who will Dispatches, accurate Market reports SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OF ,
property. a well edited Agricultural Depart- *'1';
; : meat Original Serials, a page of G-roceriesXry Goods, Justice of tkaNaM.Court .
.. Canned

; College...- Florida, Georgia & South> Carolina Ken Hats, Boots Goods and Shoes, LA GRANGE day,first Saturday- of.lICIt,J1odIII.1 aiosll.i

; Session will It it not a local paper.
1883. The most Ladles'Shoes in great variety; Prints all ST. CUUB-ABBJUU, B. L. smeau '
: in the South business To the farmer, mechanic,or artisan, the new patterns at low prices. i Seventh State Judicial Attorney Circuit. Coontftadttat OnaftcmaQVSI .
or professional man who has not
dem
'
; piDe8I appliances and adv com the by advantages which he of can a daily be informed mail, it of ia events a paper ReaiwiatG> ClotMm NOTIONS., Met Articles, I Clair Atemi i SwstiLATTOKinETS

an transpiring in the busy world, whether in A COCXSSLLOB8 AT.1AWOBLANDO .;
and Art
at KT For the cash
his own State or in the most distant only
FLA. .
I for catalogue to parts March+ W,48 8m.PIONEER. ,
of the .
globe.In
or Rev. C. Will give caret attention to collsettoasra
; addition to a first-class newspaper and will practice in the several couts of GUI
: 4t16 a moderate price we ofler each yearly subscriber COOPERAGE. District,and In the Supreme Cent at. .
ba8Iee and U. S- 'court JaekseavW&LA
COL a copy of any of the published Syrup Barrels $2.25. I
} novels of the Morning News Library sec. GRANGE STOlE,
: GA. 1846. Subscription St a year in advance. Gauged to order, ten cents extra.
SUb Always on hand a general assortaeat atI
criptiODS can be sent through local I
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I
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: with full fac a1- agents and postmasters, or direct toJ.H.ESTILL Hooey Barrels, and Oval Water GOODS. .
in English: ,ut- .
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: ., Music and 3 Whitaker Street, Savannah, Ga. BreakersFrom -STRICTLY CASH..-
care is bestowed
depart FOR INDIAN RIVER. : : $3.00 : : Up. E. L Ir..,.
college classed.The Tanksand January 1st 1883 lyr *
and '
parent HARt SMITH'SRockledge
are of solid all kinds of COOPER WORK to order. PloridaMannfacture.AMAZON .
and beauti Line.
I :I T. JOHNSON
I noted for health- The Steamer PAINT WORKS.manufacturers .
for board,Ac and "ASTATULA, LaGrange. :
use of piano $60. Will leave Sanford and Enterprise every : Florida. w: J. BERNE ft CO.,

>T, President Tuesday for Rockledge, and will LUMBER of the

leave Sanford and Enterprise for Salt Will be furnished
to order
Fla.'\ Lake and Titusville every Friday.BETUANLN4 on short noticeat AMAZON READY-HIED FABD'
818.00
AuglO, 1883. / per thousand.
that the fol LUMBER in all shades and ready forImmediate
filed notice of Will leave Lake Pbinsett every Wednesday ft SHINGLES
proof In sup I at 4 IT...
: said proof will p. m., and Salt Lake every] Always on hand.

;: Fla.., on Clerk Thurs cir Saturday-Prompt at close-9 a. m.connections for Sanford.. made with C. MAGRUDER ft CO. Mallr Mauled For This Climate

., Hd.viz: 11794 Gervals for daily line steamers for Jacksonville and S. RYDER. and grinders ofPure

lots 1 and 2 sec- all points North. BOCKLEDGE, White Lead,
I
Range 37 E. Capt. Joe Smith, Has just received and continues to keep i
witnesses to 3tf Manager. in stock a full and complete stock of Gro- ft Colors In Oil

viz:upon William and ceries, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps in Office and Factory,
: Rufus R. W. B. MOORE great variety and General 11
: Stewart I Merchandise No. 26 Ocean street' :1
e. Fla. II I of every description. Ask for
whatever JACKSONVILLE
BegUter General Commission Merchant FLOBIDX,
you may want. One
price
to all. '
S. Land Office. Goods of Canned J6Send for color card and priced_ : :!
AND DEALER IN every description a specialty.LUMBER '

New Information of Florida. .

; in the Post Groceries and 193 pages new matter unto map for 188i '

: August 2, Will be,furnished to order on short noticeat Send six cents B.C.Long.Tallahasaea.

; 818.00 per thosand. Dressed or C. "
lumber Drew Jacksonville Fla.
one postal card. ..:
u u Family Supplies. from 820.00 to 814.00 per thouaaud.

"letter. LUMBER ft SHINGLES .. FOR SALE! ;
postal card. A desirable cottage, house and lot m .
always
u M u on hand. Titusville
Titusville. also wright
: : : Florida. Blacksmith, wheel 'i
1 ) : : GEUBEE, P. M. November 10th 1880. tf 47 P. M. FISHER. and general repairing shop &i TitturHle.Enq .
uire PurrcHABD&May. 24 tf t


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