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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: September 6, 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: UF00075901:00064
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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-!. ., ,, AtTAIIU.r LOUISVILLE. ]EXPOSITION., LAG1U1XGR<< t. wa .
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: '" 'REMINISCENCES.
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iJf': ,7''iI'. -. AXTE-WAR so much in the preferred 8ocieiy'Othorses
".tr., :$ t.C ,die Corso. Coa. Staff i iWr. .Correipondence fo the TttmesVuton.1.amsv It whispered: and dogs that a whoa and'a' wjiuf& :were
.. .. : Dailies At Snobbery.' the "extent of- his :sail the
abi1oterl.: t' iLEBTy Augast29. That ''Lancy has laid \\:1j'the fiddle vocabulary; .
iJ--c.fi! the columns of issue
recent
8rd 1883.. .TheLonisTille Scanning a bark t a dog and the neigh-of. a;:'horse
. ,S: .. &ptember Exposition k beyond 'and the bow. And taken up the lines of the Savannah 11'ews, I discover a para- the finite limit of his :
very comprehensionThe
ijournment, the Board of 'question the'grandest ever Inaugurated in and. now says,'Wh a: graph chronicling the departure nfTon old other variety was composed of.those

, 'ct Otamiseionersoonvened '..meai the South And second only to the- Philadelphia That H J. Candle came near having a quandam friend, tl&'roilte t the Tirginia who limited their attentions to"asking-

'f!...!"" '-- :Messrs. Wesson.,',. chairman << Centennial. The managers;have runaway Friday evening;. with his cart springs to recruit his failing health by ladies to dance, etC:./a *who' stood entry ..;
,. ...1 ** Imbibing the rejuvenating waters that ;belle
'withoutspeakingfat"word
; i and Morrow. f spared no pains or expense to make it so, and stallion-Joe flow limpid and refreshing from the fissures arpunda-fashionable' ,
,, 'reminding.:bne
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01;1 min i ft >iris ordered that the and deserve success.Mr.Hirst,aFloridianhas 'That Justice Johnson has not had a of the mountains. guard of mutes about the persolL-'the'.' I

* ;::1' it'of I5M.17 of the General Fund, no' doubt contributed 'more to the case before his honor in so' long a time, I mss thus reminded the interesting favorite Sultana.c', ?. tf

.-r di g rand, and$58 of inwarrants successful inauguration of it than any oth- his law books have become dusty.- phases of the bon ton society usually, found Next, in order,comes the spruce bachelor
at these places .of summer resort fortyrears
i received: from thechairman er one man. He is an indefatigable worker a pleasant of base ball was of aixty-five.-whoy'with; ;an",unblush
That game ago ; which I will essay ..tG sketch his
:
ingcheela
gives as'sforty' having
age
i r be destroyed and the and having held responsible positionsin the LaGrange and Ti-
in
-- participated by for: the amusement, if not the edification breakfasted and dined on, aingleblessed-'
'11" [: _-_Bobert Morrow and G. S. Hat the management of the great Centen- tusville Clubs on Friday evening. of the youn tenders the STA& The ness he was anxious to;8U) 'upon matrt-

;;:."; .iimmiltee to burn the same. The nial, and again in the Atlanta Expositionhe That Capt.'Case umpired the game of observant visitor of'such places always money, by way of variety.(4.Tnis( was gen.
,... ,, with the
met
'11'",("_ -e f"'i rported the said scrip burned has acquired a knowledge of the details. ball between the Titusville and City belles and e\"erydistiBct beaux. There variety was the among nentirmental I erally a man with every thing-'comforta.
ble about him but-not
i1 that perhaps' no_other man had. He is Point clubs on Thursday.last. lady, who must have blue eyes by dude, when he was; .well off;knowing goeato a.,poor

1Elfl." m'lt was ordered that the p& Master of Exhibits, of which departmenthe That )Ir. A/Brady returned from his all means, and who should be very' fond tering 'place' to :find a:wife.: ,Somehow wa-f

(.:a.iiw." '"Boltan'and"othei'sbeaccepted is indeed master, and has also assisted European trip on Saturday much im- of retirement preference which she he has managed escape.:the mythical

.t ii'. -'-tread.from. .G at'rc.1.: 'to in various other departments. proved in health and spirits. demonstrated by going in pursuit of ite"ery bat tragical tomaha'wk of the'1 fool-killer:
"_6 the and '
summer to most popular
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'I" ,r- R. C. In last I of the Alabama Then instead,of pairing:with?:one- whose
!R nd.tlA.. Bolton, 'my spoke ex- That Jim Mitchell has returned from sensational watering places. Then there habits and
tastes:correspond :with his-
age
r ; iIe ib fstew tbeappointed hibit being under the auspices of the his Middle Florida trip: Reports good was the blue stocking lady, who was all own, he singles out a highbred and. gair-

tir'' 1"':'. IP\m.t i lay.but said.road Louisville and Nashville railroad. It' is times in that section. for the delights of literature;and who re- ish belle, who lives onlf-for,gayety and

t.. '. -F _i to the'county..daat not only under the auspices of that road, That W. S. Norwood has purchased sorted to such places because they are splendor, and who graciously condescendsto
" '\: the rendezvous of scholars and people of .
.tt .: >. 'ii ,waS ordered that the :but was gotten up by them exclusively, the entire interest of Mr. Graham, the literary tastes. 1'hit'c1ass of the genus summers marry,this for reverend his riches fyoutn.and of dashing;aaty

ti -. -. w '.;bV.r authorized to deposit the they bearing all the expenses. Alabamais mail contractor, in the team line. woman was'a great terrorto'the 'race of equipage. Consequently,instead of plucking '

''g""t.'" F'_ :tit.' < ,lor greater security, in theft certainly fortunate in having within That now the watermelon' guavas lucks, because they were 'continually a few flowers from the'brink of: the .

k t, .., .F.., atrt .:. her territory so enterprising a corporationfor have vanished, the average 'urchin huu- drawing which these drafts on their understanding, grave the deluded man gathers' but thorns t.
, kid-gloved lp maccaroni
rdered that the clerk it is the finest and most complete exhibit yopng and briars-sinks into.a, mere piece"of
for the
4 gereth green orange. fellows, of uncultured brains, could not fuller earth; and ends' at length with
'" ici >e instructed to request Mr. of natural resources ever shown by That the orange crop will be heavier conveniently pay at sight. fulfilling the"destiny' of an old broom k

ii1;);." rJ8:to' .meet the Board at any Southern State. This road owns land by long odds this season than ever before. ,Bat the most numerous class of ladies stick,which, far its last stager,. is used to

: Milr ''' i: .on the first_ Monday in Alabama, and is now interested some- LaGrange will probably ship double the to be fpund the at these hot-beds of snobberywas light a fire for other memo warm:...them.
that of built
\ ': of Florida andI x regular systematicand selves by. Sometimes, per contra, the la-*
to make settlement and what in the development amount of pre\"ioU8YClr. belie
s '
( any invincible who went about as
,, dy 'was the dupe and ihe bachelor the
if':.ti- ',tode" .''; '" P:: oks. belonging to thpossession trust will at least lend a hand in making That there are more quails and fewer roaring lions seeking whom they may des rogue. It .not unfrequentlyi .!happenedthat

' f. ( i {woA in his a creditable show for Florida, at New squirrels in the woods than were ever your. Like strolling actresses they were the old young gentleman;,with ahead '

.ih Yr. D. W. Orleans lathe winter. seldom seen twice at the.same place. as frosted as my own, who thus repaired
known before.
.dD Iiea::: .,AA"....., ...county. They flirted and
promiscuously paraded
1f" 'i Mn.i.:: "('' ,M. The managers of the Exposition have That Mr. Charles Singleton of New to a watering place'to'seek his fortune,'is, '
their sensuous charms for the admirationof
the eve of bauklup and\wIille-I
;fi <1-< ittioui It Ras ordered fc that the As-. secured the services of the two best bandsin Orleans, paid his brother 3Ir. Robert men. They were to be seen every on last'flickering-light is ghmmering'makea; s

9.! -?; be pouedby: he. clerk that the the Union, the SeventhBjeginientbancIfor Singleton a flying visit a few dayisince.. where, flashing at intervals like firefliesof a desperate attempt to catch' some' little .
'''tiF the first days and for the last received the a summer evening, dazzling occasionally moth that flutters around his'
setient of Miss Delmar Hall. be. placed fifty That Pete Fisher has just unwary :'ex

} !t 1,090adthe tar books for 1S83, and fifty days the Gilmore band, both of New boiler to his mill, having had it put in Lazy but friend never of antique warming memory; and like, end an in old be- piring instances taper.of this I have.species.known.of'fraud, of,'.several-which

1 ; ."..ieessment of Mrs. J. G. Hall for York. For these they pap$35,000. No thorough repair in Jacksonville. O. C. coming very efficient members of some would be truly lamentable did ''not, the

: f be placed at $3,000. single feature of the Exposition will drawgreater -- -- -- odd society for the propagation well, women who s themselves in this', manner -

: motionihe'Iloarddjourned until crowds and do more to retain ,For the Florida Star. tIn any thing but the human species. A portion deserve their miserable. fate.; .
:1 :?q : issue of the 23rd of
: your August ap- of Florida wa well represented in But in this review of 'the fashionable t t
their interest than the musical
: ii6t.. Monday in October 1851. daily per- pears an article over the nom de plumeof the different phases above imlicated. train of by gone'years '!l must''not9orget -;:,
tr" s .''-'t: P.la. wlasox, Chairman. formances. One-half of the great north It would' be unpardonable in to
. ,. ..;; Dixie,relative to,the old Spanish band me the spruce and cheeky"Jittle.widower,
oV'"i +BiE aT Clerk. and south nave has been equipped amagnificent omit two classes of elderly matrons, who with daughters whom he made
. grants of this State. This is a very im- grown up ,
:! HHHH music hall, in which thous- were constant attendants at these Sprin' point to send to some distant 'boardingschool ,
:r : "<,,,,:"Iiaanciai" Statement of, ands be comfortably seated. The largest portant subject and one that needs be The first, lam sorry to say, were scandalous that they might not'stand in" the
e"Boiid of County Commissioners ofHi may thoroughly discussed.in all its bearings, ;and like the old lady in "Addison's way of a second'engagement.- has been
and of the
in the Southwest "
one
"'Brenrd county: organ and our Legislators should give it their Spectator, whom Rhadamanthus beck- said perhaps not; unwisely; !that' 'people

I .IgfeWaokindebtedncss. July 1st 1SS3. finest in the country, has .been built at most serious attention 11.it must sooneror oned to the left hand, are so busy correcting sometimes hug them chaTs'wluchao- ...
drCHwirfantsl..". $1514.80 the northern end of the hall and on this the faults of others that they had no counts as is 811e'-eda man marrying1 a.
' S3713.64rBeee later come before them for a proper time to attend to their own. They are second time otherwise this .
Irffeingwarrabt82198.78- there are daily recitals by the most cele- ; phenomenon:
,: ts for General Fund 1883, the solution. It should have been brought ever on the watch to repress any innocent might puzzle the philosopher,gay anoth

!f :vj: from all sources;. ... :1S"'G.l brated performers. Morgan, great ; up at the last meeting of the Legislaturebut ebullition of vivacity, and to poison every er. At all events the little widower;gen,
: .' '. organist of New ,York, Whiting of Cincinnati little moment of youthful gayety by very succeeded. /I
{;: rt; ..t-' Expenditures, 3it was not, let us who are interested erally onderfullywelt. provided
'- less celebrated than the sour looks of reprehension, side blow iuu- he could ; *
j. [b:alto iiasioners $494.10'sz scarcely keep-his grownup... progeny'
in the matter get a strong petition,
' :,..lJirk;':.: .....:: .. 224 0 former, and Jarvis Butler of Baltimore, up endoes of improper intimacies, and most from rising up judgment:against Mm,:
". asking that a committee, or rather joint appalling shakes of the head. and handsome .
& : ,.7..i. 184.44 been sported a equipage.; .But
who have
those engaged
f. =r.o':232.06'' are among committee appointed by the Senate The other class was that which marshals strange to'say, eveu.withoot this he very

' l Llairs: zrer..105.07 during the Exposition.The and.House of Representatives whose du- its daughters, nieces and proteges to generally sncceed somehoweither by ,
interest in Florida everywhere as I'': battle at these great matrimonial marts, )
: > >jXfteriff'V".331.608ea6olBoard. and full superior ei terprise; uperior.perseverance
make
; it shall be to perfect a
," ,j;:"C ... 139.50 observed, is wonderful. On our stand in ty and and always ou the qui vive to see that or by possessing U16straIijte and mi ch ev..
;"" ffidethneous:: .. :;303.75.-42015.02: and complete abstract of all Spanish they dons fall in love with any body not ous art of rousing the young lady's: curi-
.: ;: number of ;
the Exposition are kept a papers lands in well established in business well do .
: ,, .' f ._ Building Fund other claims; of non-residents, to or to osity respecting the multiform characterof
<< "
To If \: "take free and in the world. But the time that '
jfrom all ur.cesSlS'6.1S with a placard one : this State embracing. at some matrimony. _
: oj: ; '" like "hot cakes "' they exercised this matronly caution, To these varieties fashionablelife
certainly .of :the.,
they
:: ,'! fel, ,Expenditures. went 1. All Spanish Patents on record in i
: '_( '...;.. .1550.00 while numbers of papers from otherStateswent in the State. they embraced every opportunity of show- at'the old time watering places, andwhich '
recording office ing the ladies off to the rich bachelors .
r any young not be unlike similar .
: .400.00 may .resortsat
is
e you meet ,}
i ,
< ;.i t. i ..!.;. 171.82-821:11-S-l: begging. Everyone 2. All Patents, and any other claimsso and prosperous traders, or what is the present day, if we add a 'few luntanaturae

,1 ::1JlteIest .Sinking Fund. anxious to learn something of our' State. ( far as known) which have not been : just the same thing, plenty of yellow belonging to no distinct es, ,

.MBA' I flora's-f.'tax.: ... ....%! "31.01 I Louisville, especially, U quite a Florida recorded in any office in the State. shiners, or limitless credit. such as clever people, good women, Inja-' ;
f'J--,'.' i '{ "J-: But remembering, as I do, the other lids whom the doctors, in despair of cur- ':
--f i:: :.Expenditures city.Those 3..ll1:1nWl owned by non residents and more agreable side of the portraiture, ing or getting their bills have' sent
: it... ring : visit the paid, .
wish Exposition
who to
; _eanoel1e r:war.523.C3. (or residents) but not claimed, and the I cannot help remarking, that there was a to drink the waters, 'we have pretty much
j : I advise to wait'until about the 10th of such far they can class of females not very frequently met the motley of
<-. ..... ';" ;" n. names of parties as as group : a watering place'whether
.1.0.-- 94 -- .. It will not be in full blast at these places. I mean those who find in Virginia elsewhere. I ,
...._7."..-...-..oYL4 -S55S.4Slit September. be obtained with the amount and loca- or myself -
\ ., .. their in the domestic circle
until then as a number of exhibits are : happiness ,, was so fortunate- to find a little
3 of thee "
;j fify this to be a true copy I tion of each claim. ana in the enjoyment ot that unobtrusive knot of congenial all of whom
;Bknte* iho Board of.County Conimis- not yet in position. The fall races also 4. All or any part of such lauds as paradise created, adorned and consecrated are sleeping spirits under,the clods of perhaps the

hr j 'tixn. of' .Brevard County Fla. come off' about the middle of the month have been sold for taxes by the State and by the exercise of the domestic or home valley. Be that as it may fhope'to .

." \tf-1Jl& __ A. Al STmvjtKT- '. Clerk md''will be unusually: fine. whom sold. virtues. It is preeminently these which "-"Meet those friends,-have gone before,
to
tber 5th 1883.
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which then found who
'if 1.: men companions As I have met them heretofore
iik4; ;YeriaiiilyIutellihence.j I should take a light overcoat along, a* the by the State upon tax sales :and the name assist in bearing the burdens of life, in- : Some bright summer morning.", .

'. .. :: f Irtiug, in. time past, tvasiwhitewash evenings are already getting quite cool of such purchasers stead of adding to the weight, who shed J. S.j.,

;0 Ii.fI!! wiely accused of and one will run some risk without it. It 6. And let us further ask that on the the brightest light when the gathering St. Lucie, Fla., Ana!1883. .
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:' '.1mg -.teeter of Shylock, and,jn con- is worth considerable sacrifice to visit of full and complete report Of storm of adversity thickens and blackens, 1 I
receipt a
and who without to
stooping any cares oroccupations Help Your Town..,
: iWja& liis recent representation of it this great school of industry. To the said joint committee, a bill be introduced unworthy of a gentlewomanin It is a well established principle that :

i' '. +bet Tome of its sympathy, and while young, especially, who visit it with a view requiring all parties owning and holding those days of slave help, were the precious the people make the A thousand

; ;,";demands' 'conimisseratiou it leaves of studying the various departments, it is lands above or non resident claim- guardians of the household of man place. I
1O and as any and the happyfying consecrators of his towns arekept in check by the greed ami

:1.< '. ''1- t'condemnation.. __ si worth, a year of ordinary schooling, ant, to appear in person or by agent and fortunes. The sweetest days during In- lack of public spirit? where,'one.is keptdown .
'I
< well to year's
do forego a
1.: would
r. .rtleeeral'osencranz: i & progress; they make and perfect a record to their respective dian River summer are thol'Q in which by the location. Push and energy ,

F thitms4ter of the Jefferson monument, schooling, if necessary, to visit it. claims in the proper office within the sun, partly hid behind the thin, light overcome all obstaclesygreed and' lethargy '
be: Pacific in G.W.J. the of clouds warms without darling ; and the -
the slope and after
may represent from publication '
one year will kill the most.
most lovable women are those who never : promising locality.A -i
.. :*.ilett democratic Cabinet. ThoU1tsought Florida was awarded first premium such list and abstract of such claims in
andgrapes shine, except to those they love. town will be just what the people make
'efeun to have a monument, bet yesterday on lemons, limes, oranges the official State paper: and that upon Ambition to become the wonder of the it. If its land owners hold their lots so

...... ....,. .. introduced to America the tom- over all competitors iu the State the failure of such claimant to appear world makes men gods or demons, but operating high that new '
-"IIf.: comers are kept? out, this
: BTariff and record their titles to said claims then makes them .
:. hidl1s lot of old exhibits of fruits : on women only
curing a rummy
I barred and from will retard its growth.. If the citizens '
11' that they be prohibited: ridiculous. It drives them so much, into ;
'-;

1 'f' sley dk'is still a potent influence in From the X.Y. HcralO. and that the same be'declared escheatedto hearing of theip, and too often in the Ac., of other places to those at J '.

it is bereftwent have long experienced the State of Florida forever. anxiety to gain an object stimulates themto
Jeteelpolitic
111 ; although The protectionists that certified of said list home, you drive them from town.. Whatis
And of
a copy conciliate the vanity men by attentions -
t sanctifying tansey and the want of a good excuse for maintaining and abstract of claims be tiled and recor- and flatteries unworthy a modest wanted is for the people to be unitedas .

sy& J>i1.., '- .But eharcoalburning Jersey- high protective duties. On gen-I ded in the Clerk's office of every countyin and delicate: female. But I am digressingand far as public good is concerned. Givea .,

y8 have their politics cut and eral principles they claimed that the tariff' the State in which any such lauds will return to the point of deflection.Of warm greeting every new settler,and
dtlaem like Chinese fish and to enable them to may be located. Some such action the beaux whom we most frequently ,
aid home
if'? ; ap- duties were necessary enterprises. If this policy is
this is imperatively needed as there are met at the attractive localities, the
t. 4 teems' to be the only political pay their employes high wages, and that thousands of acres of such 1mJt now in more numerous class was generally composed pursued a tom.vill. become prosperousand '.
:-.J
that State "above proof." covered the difference in wa- Brevard taxes and all : If the the ',.
j they merely county paying no of affected young popinjays labor thrifty. on contrary people .
:5; ""' iBen"Harrison of Indiana,lovesflag paid in this country and hi Europe settlers shun them even under a tax title ing under a sort of anti-home sickness. I ref use'aid without a big slice of the 'd.. q

;:t' ..\..-, ges this excuse, they had recourse which H at best only a lien on: the land They have become tired of the same I profits, look upon every new arrival as a ,
.; i, can whose stripes are the ; Beaten on of and conveys no fee, and no one' w willingto amusements and the same people; they pigeon to be plucked/and patronize their ; J
: }, ::: ds' liberty and whose stars are i to the "baby" plea-the necessity pro- make many improvements; land un- have paced up and down the same fashionable neighbors only when they can't do as well -. .-f. .

.Ai.. 'drops of;our bcloski He tecting "infant" industries that had al- less he has a fee simple title. I write this promenades till every body is or better some where eke, then 'a .place. ;:,: :

;.',j zt"; -.around. him as a toga' he sleeps ready outgrown the consuming power of Mr. Editor in hopes that 'if it dOO5''no tired of them; and they have been so of- will grow slowly if at all, its natural advantages : '1
: ... would nation.Is good, it will help to keep the subject in ten in the same society that they have will go to waste; and count;as 1
li scouring nightgown, he the and direct the of those .
in the
agitation thoughts absolutely talked theD1iClves'quite out, nothing question -prosperity: '
.St '"" in' ..it as a'patriot's shroud. ., more able to solve the problem than.I am, and find it easier to get new audiences ., ,. .., i
J; ixiaonis the John Hill of 'In- your wife's health poor? Are your to the matter; as'our country in its present than new ideas. Of this genus there were As a true and efficient tort and rflne; }

i'1- :Tphn: Hill beats Turn 'at'the children'sickly Give them Brown'sUonBitters. progressive match. demand its speedysolution. two varieties. The one neglected the la- I that excels all other iron medIcrnes"take" -i. .
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them. 'JusnccJ: dies because he affected to them I Brown's Iron Bitters:wkly :
:: It will revive despise I "
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diuretic
asaYaa l..ot.bg the on.faa ord, asparagus is a;strong 'will/and
7 r&ir ind artifUial-in profusion request them toll
.. ; _. .:{.:.- '''f'e: : ._f.bT rrj for M .Y \1J i i1DOItIIL : : forms, part .of, tte ,,cure;for,rheumatic "Yessirhedidl4lSsigned
7 y ".* V* *4'' 'y. J. Aoong othtt,articha displayed we'e Mx-
sueti resorts as
t at health
,.tMas than.the usual "
patients
1 ".' ....! What 'nay ,be,particularized as the.two;:*excellently< cooked sucking-pgs* and forma if I'd a knowed
little 1a known les-Bains. Sorrel is coaling,
11'111. 1 Two or three emblazonedwith r goin' to leave me,ourla!
"n deceased the altar-pieces
--'i' ofth
on ,
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4'" pubUo Obsequies herbes
Ji'..._,if r. i 1- ", ':tl residing:; : the the staple of that soups aux | me!" "'f
deceased
: and of the
refer to were; name ,
ii -{ spoon occasion age for herself ,
; "oeiestiai'"obbI'took : will order -
.::1Ii" *wtirt 'i which a French lady I Yon did not =
'com-I the also have to]
: '" meneei issuing were also carried in procession ;
procession
by a
:: gWhfctlad s=B eanlnjt,. ; acme after a long and tiring journey. ,..... -
; a seems we can'tmality. 'wort.-
banners the deceased's tablet and phc-
.?E .. .fib, epIdmi house oa the mission known quantity of ,
; a
....t & Carrots, as containing
Was he of sound
,, ; wash tograpb and other articles the bearers iaa
l -o.' J the.water": 'wherewith to the -, ,
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"C :' ..1iif-w.N., "........." : ...'... r""J"ffi". 6.0.-thattw' ,. '. body of the deceased.- r'FirIcame the all being dressed more or less In mourn sugar, are avoided by of some them as people indi-, mind, or, In other words,*.". ;
.r; while others complain
( : .j."Ji-I".ik.Y? 4t' rcwtbm "J ui1clana" (save the word);, then a ing costume. Before the procession peculiar that a jury of twiHr
to the latter ac- .
China to
:,.... ::iwi gestible. With regard would i
,robe of a dark : started for the burial ground at Mount men regard himas'
: --o( priest long .
; wearing a
( : :;*data, ,die for the be remarked in -
... when a met,to ,. cusation, it may passing will **:
there making a ?
and Davis was more wailing, more .y
red color and a sort of'college cap, ,
f
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hhnfthe' bed of the car-
,eiMestton toremo e that it is the yellow core
.' ," to Uie 4oorof the"prIndpatmoniof the lastly, the white-clad mourners.; On the incense burned, more shrieks from the I rot that is difficult of digestion the "I think he was. -

; mainland the procession would probably "gusty pipe" and more prayers frcm feeling reassured.
: 'Iuie ;wherehek EeM with his feet totbe I red layer is tender enough.In .
outer, a ,
One of the last of the "Now tell
; have repaired to the nearest river, well the priest. acts me what mates
, I diet:f mie inhabitants' of:the,provinceoittleldria Savoy, the peasants have recourseto
; ". or even,the wet ditch of the city for the mourners was to'walk round the coffiu, so. Try and recollect i aDS Ufti
, areiatbe. habttafpl. .., inf I an infusion of carrots as a specificfor '
>' conveni- and then the procession moved off the that would warrant
usinrenias
water but these antiquated *
: .piece'off{ silver,rn'tbe tooath"of'_.the I' ; jaundice. The large sweet onion is ..,
ehces being scarce in Hong Kong the coffin taking the last 'place in the cor crazy. <-'''tf.
;
'ctY = tliwhich1; 'may"pay alkaline elements
those
: eg piton very rich in
sorrowful cortege.on'this occasion was "In the first place, he'alleisp ::
;hie fire into next caret tege.At
the Wald-and which counteract the poison of rheumatic -
r hii nose ear&, compelled to wend its steps to the Gov- Mount Davis the body was con- debts right up to the handi,; :< '
In
ffulyitoppbrtup and If slowly stewed in weak
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ernment hydrant at the end of the signed to the earth with much lamen- gout. disputed the bills when he khovefjy
't 'cer6: i isaiee thej.mike. a hole in the broth and eaten with a little Xepaul
; street The leading actor in this cere- tation, incense-burning and praying. was right and save a dollar;...f
roof toilittitethe.exlt
of the spirits
be admir
it will be found to an ,
of "buying tile water" was, as There was, however, apparently, but pepper, there. I think thatoulhterw< > :
mony
l, prooe4dnsfi# +OD.the body, their belief aMe article of diet for patients of studious 1
deceased little difference between the ceremonies a man don't ?" 'R (
:. t" peraoa'', usual, the eldest son of the a you :
being eacb seven habits. The stalksof
$ peewees and sedentary
' '..1,1".1"'whIch"'die with him?and boy about seven or eight years of age. ngaged in at the grave, so far as the cauliflower have the same sort of 44 Yes, it shows a want.of]'I : ,

-t priest, the mourners and especially the We might call it
Notwithstanding his youth, however, unbusineas-Ufci'
three"soul&Toneof wbicheaters ry '
Elysiumand stalk of
value too often the a .
receivesJudgment yanother:abides'is.'prepared his part was performed with an exact- "musicians" were concerned,and those only rash. I'll put that don??jjj "j jjj'few .;
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cauliflower is so ill-boiled and unpalatable
'wltbtthe: .:Wfd k, ; tocamm'emonti' ness that mast have resulted from a earlier in the day. The deceased's tab- ; more instances like that fjiii JHI|; ,
let is carried back in to the that few persons would thank you '' > '
tbe'deceasedi and the considerable amount of previous in- procession have your uncle's monet.!' (
: : house and there set in a room for proposing to them to make part of 44 _:
third dwellsln his tomb. struction. Bearing in his hand a wand up specially Well, let's see What

,, 'WhetheTsall'these,practices, are ob- :,, covered with white indented paper,supported reserved for such purposes, with their meal consist of so uninviting an say to a man that bought a

!, served'',in'Hong,Kong-I am unable to on each side by a female relative, other tablets of the family. Before article. mornin' when he could J ,.j \
these tablets incense is daily burned and Turnips, in the same way, ale often ,
.r say;:probably.th tett 1g,oPen of the and bending nearly double In token of Dime's on the top floor .

-, wtodowii.fand doors 'Isregarded his intense grief, this young scion of prayers offered. The food carried in thought to be indigestible, and better up for it? It strikes me thltthat'd .
; as a
the profession is we believe commonly suited for cows and sheep than for deli- thanJic1i aim
,
and ,
' preferable proceeding to making a hole the deceased proceeded slowly : sooner buy : fii.i
." in the direction of the hydrant I distributed among the poor; sometimes, cate people ; but here the fault lies "
.. In the ioof,'more especlallp when,the gravely gone. [
,. 'death happens jx.,>.,occur in the lowest the "band" meanwhile doing their : however, a portion of it is consumed in with the cook quite as much as with I "I fully agree with you Sot_

-.,. ; 'room'of avthii *toried'house." Here, best with the tom-toms and that close the house. the root. The cook boils the turnips my judge or jury 'MrGnbbett'ought :;

Z.-< .. ..however|, as'elsewnere' intelligence' imitation of the Scotch bagpipe, the I The burial places are sometimes badly, and then pours some butter over to be a lawyer."R. It'-'J.; :j :"f.. t
selected and if the it, and the eater of such a dish is sure '
by
necromancers
: of the death of the head of a family is Chinese pipe. Arrived at the hydrantthe "I don't 'spect you'd say aaaVtfcatwas ',
family be rich this selection Is often to be the worse flU it. Try a better
\, camomrmicated'ae. sp dJ ;'as possible toanhU'relatives party knelt around that useful apparatus I I a ridin' on a Third avenWelr'jii> ; 1 J
,
What shall be said about
made matter of considerable our "
' a difficultyand way.
the "musicians" redoubled the conductor collect
: 't ;:andj. the, household .Is ; forgot to lot B.

; dressed:: In!,wbite=rife, mourning color their exertions, and the priest his expense. A good view for the en- lettuces? The plant has a slight nar- and blmeby in gettin' out ban'itowjrto, (
'
. incense burned anda tombed spirit is 01 e of the chief require- cotic action, of which' a French old conductor-I dont
of. China. .....;,. Priest. ..and.,women hired to prayer; more was the 'spect toM'eBich '
, -- burst of and lamentation ments for a grave. The side of a hill woman, like a French doctor, well
mourn are gent.for, :at the same time: tremendous wailing a man was a born statesman;vottt
and ca their'arrival t&b1e'fa setout went up from the mourners.While everlooking water, a copse or a ravine knows the value, and when properly you ?" *:* I

with meats,'fruits, 1i&ht candles and these performances were in oper- near a hilltop are highly favored spots. cooked is really very easy of digestior. "Who wo\ild be guilty of sachaoKj.

:; josaf sticks; ,for the delectation of the ation, the youth to whom I have just About the 5th of April in each year the -Scientific American. act?" -

.1? souls of-the' deceased and. :the wailing referred drew, with the requisite pros- population of the country may be seen I 'Y.hy,my uncle done that very tbt1 ..

i and'weephig by- '"-!'e'atourning" -wcmen trations and solemnity, a basin of water trooping out to their tombs to repair I was a look in' at him doin It."

}!. is relieved' at'intervals bye the intoned from the hydrant, and then scattered a and sweep them and make offerings. A Here and There a Gem ")Ir. Gubbett, since the begkuusfof ,

prayers of the priests or the discordant few coins on the ground by way of payment Chinese tomb in the South of China the world there hasn't been, subs at-1

' 4tom-tomming"\of ,"mwd ana" who It is essential in this ceremony seems invariably, so far as the outlire We walk upon the verge of two other foolish man as your uncle: '1It

have also"been caDed" to assist hi the that the water should be paid for. The on the ground is concerned, to take the worth ; at our feet lies the very grave was a spendthrift. lIe should hare had: :

5eremonles., TbiYo1D: 'weep'and la- procession thereafter returned to the form of the Greek letter Omega ; and that awaits us. a committee to take charge of his estate.:

jnent-with an'"energf'and house where doubtless the body of when raised to any height it usually .
dolefulnesswhtcb'itPu Tbe power of a man's virtue should Now tell, had he strange religiousofii-
.: ; ; : would be the deceased was washed by the boy, much resembles a huge arm chair witha
> ne, highly corny not be measured by his special efforts, ions such as would render bimjucapafefeof
'menelable' ;" but '''ungenerous 44barbarians" in compliance with the custom of his round back, the coffin bean; placed in making a valid will ?"
'. the seat. but by his ordinary doing.-.Pascal.
< ;_ -r-jMiit Ot'extensive*** ,.acquaintance. ntheChb country. .. Be noble! and the nobleness that lies Yes, he had. Though he wa' $ ae
kaeeit that'this apparently I After. the body of the deceased is In other men. sleeping, but never dead. of the richest men in the church,laenr

'of.erwehning' grief Iii, at least in the washed in this manner it is dressed in Mrs. Langtry on American Will rise in majesty to meet thine own. heard him makin' long prayers. .Be

;: : .,majority: eases, mar: sham. In re the best clothes which belonged to the Eeauty "He is faithfUl that hath promised. He'll never tried to run the preacher or_ .the

;r"\. said to the nearest relives of the de- man in his lifetime, a hat. being placedon Hell keep surely His come tryst again wi' me; at what hour 1 congregation. But the oolishest tiiaf
The Herald has column interview
: his head fan in his hand and shoeson a
oeaaedritwotildbeiimcharitable. ; topieBUme'there a dlDoa ken; he done was to refuse to have his rue
the idea that he will with Mrs. Langtry respecting her American But He bids'me still to watch and ready '
: Ja}?,Bot a ..considerableamount his feet, being on a stain-glass window that he gave,to
tour, her plans for the future and aye to be .
ol be clothed in these habiliments in '
,.real.grief beneath all this To gang at any moment to my i n ooun- I. the church. Refused point'blank.
and wailing but hired Elysium, and consequently that he must her impressions.of the ladies of this tree:' 'lIi
weeping ; mourn- "That will do, Mr. Gubbett :'; $.

erawho are., 'usually.the most demonstrative appear there as a respectable and supe- country. Not much interest will be The secret of Mr* Wm. E. Dodge's plain as day your uncle was alit. '
felt readers in :Mrs. '
by our Langtry'sexperience
,on these occasions, can hardlybe rior member of society. At intervalsduring power lay in the first hour of every Not try to run the pastor, refuse tope '

expected to launch.every other day these and subsequent ceremoniesgilt or purposes, but the ladies, morning. That hour he gave to God ade his name before the whole congre

,, 'into convulsive lamentations of a genuine and silvered paper in the shape of no doubt, will be pleased to read what with his Bible,and on his knees ; and if gation. Yes, sir, your uncle was looa-
corns and bars is burned in the the foreign beauty has to say of their "
'...' nature over the death of individuals sycee he came down among business men ey."

they::baldly'know by name. As it is, belief that it will also pass into the invisible personal appearance and taste in dress. with his face shining with cheerfulnessand "Counselor, let me' tell' you 'anotherthing

the- :-priest, -visually directs. these emotional world, where it will be rewind, This part of the interview Ls given as loving kindness, it was because he he done just before he 'died.. :It

demonstrations much in the same into solid cash ; and clothes, sedan- follows : had been up in the mount in communionwith seems he once borrowed'.ten delta

way vas' '. a conductor controls. the performance chairs, furniture, buffaloes and horses, "In the first place. I think American his Master.Cwjler. from a man in Vermohf twenty yeao,

of,a band of musicians ; iio,v made of paper, are transferred on the women have very pretty faces, so bright ago, I think. Well, he forget all aboutit
.. to the "letter land"' for and winning. One sees more pretty faces "Work. for the night i is coming:
there are a few_ irregular,wails; then a same principle Work through the morning hours : until after his will was mad,. cod

burst of them.. Believed in, turn by a few the benfit of the dead. here than in England. Then I think they Work while the dew is sparkling; hang me if he didn't say that he wanted
have beautiful hair and Work 'mid
nasal,notes from the priest, the Jn'ervals The bcdy was now brought through the very pretty Work when the day springing flowers: that man paid the ten dollars with legal
hands and feet." "And their grows brighter work
being filled up by the "tomtoms"and window and placed in the coffin on the figures? in the glowing sun, interest. He had forgot or he'd paid It
I "Well, I must take the liberty to say Work, for the night is coming when ,
occasional 1 titter from the latest top of the temporary wooden structure.It : man's himself." j
work U done.
concer._ is the practice with the richer Chineseto that I think their figures are generally "Enough, enough, Mr. Gubbett A

One- of the strangest d.features in the keep the coffined bodies of their relatives bid. The American standard of figureis Knowledge is, indeed, that which man that would pay an outlawed debt

obsequies I 'witnessed was the erec- in their houses for long periods, altogether too plump to please me." next to virtue truly and essentially has not the shadow of a chance of hat

tion of a. structure in front of the sometimes for years. This custom was "Whom do you consider the most raises one man above another. It fin- ing his will upheld. I never yet bead

Jt\: house hi which ,the death occurred, not followed on. this occasion, for the beautiful American woman you have ishes one-half of the human soul. It of a man so crazy in all my professional

enable the 'coffined seen ?" "Mary Anderson, decidedly. makes being pleasant to us fills life. That'll Monda1IDII
,. to; body to be funeral took place immediately after the do. Come on
brought down -'to the roadway from the ceremony of "buying the water." ." "Mary Aderson is not over plump. mind with entertaining views, and ad- I'll file allegations against his win." .,"

the room'in which'it was'lyiug. The Large sums of money are expended on "She is not. I should Have said that the ministers to it a perpetual series of "Good day, Counselor."

house being a three-ltorIed one, and the coffins by the "celestials,"and a dutifulson over plumpness I spoke ef refers prin : gratifications. It gives ease to solitude, "Good day, Mr. Gubbett.TFwrW. ."-*. Y.

In cue of the cipally to the married beauties I have and gracefulness to retirement.-Adtli- .
body lying topmost rooms will see that his parents are provided .

the.election,, which' furnished sloping with these melancholy receptacles some- seen." "In which town did you see son. 1

,footway of planks' from the room'to the ,I times many years before their death. the It struck prettiest women that ?" "In Baltimore. Prayer with and for others must Fish and Thirst.Mr. .

.' road, and a landing at, the top; had They are made of heavy boards, four or me every woman there grow out of our own private .
prayers.
I was a beauty. And I think that ,
.. nee[ Tilynot.0D:1Y: ,to be lofty but substantial five inches in thickness,and rounded at more was the Balti- In the closet, with the door shut, we M. D. Conway,writing from Ion-
only town that did
: Communication' was,of course, the outer joints,and appear to invariablytake boast of its native beauties." not learn how to speak to our Father. lie don to the Cincinnati CUfl17nfrca1-GazttU

had with the room through the window.- the form, in this colony, of the admire the "Do you prays best in public who prays best about the Fisheries Exhibition, says:
dress of American "
: These structures are I believe, erected polished trunk of a tree. Inside they "I cannot woman ? alone. A congregation, however large, I judge by the appearance of the"Am<<-

for two reasons-frit>> because strange appear to be lined with a sort of mortar whole I think say candidly that I do ; on the is a gathering of individual souls. "As ican bar" thatthe United States undctr

,' famlies in a house object, on superstitious ; the joints are all carefully closed the street, and too they dress too smartly on in water, face answereth to face, so the stand the close connection between Gab
for
simply theater.
I
grounds, to a corpse being taken with a similar substance ; but a small heart of man to nan."Marling. and thirst. A large framed poster gives,

through,. their rooms; and secondly, hole is drilled through the coQlu over think they mix their colors badly and in detail the names of ninety-four dif'

'because'it is almost impracticable to get tbe face of the deceased, so as to leavea have too many bows and ends on their ferent kinds of American drinks. Tbfr
dresses. To Breaking the Old
taste Man's
my a Will.
woman cannot be
a heavy Chinese coffin down the narrow, channel of escape and entrance for the fact that the war isended and the Unto
to dressed
>simply for the street. A dressof -
tortuous stairs of many of the native spirits.It restored is delicately'shown in the three

houses. For a similar reason no was a work of some difficulty to simple, neutral tints pleases me best.I Old man Gubbett died only last week. 18 penny "long drinks respectively
,
body in course of transportation from bring the coffined body down the steep saw a woman on the street the other lIe willed all his goods, chattels and called "Stonewall Jackson," uPr8I-

.ae part of China ,to another for the foot-way from the window to the road ; day wearing a grey ulster, a blue dress effects to his housekeeper, leaving Jim, I dent Lincoln" and "GeneralGrantIrplaced

of interment'is allowed to but'the task and scarlet kid gloves. Just think of his nephew and next of kin 1 .
purpose : pass was finally accomplished that!"and Mrs only his aide by side. It will be inteieflt-
Langtry almost shuddered blessing. :
through any walled town. :No corpse, without mishap, amidst the renewed Ing, perhaps, to your teetotal readers to
at the of
thought Jim
either, is,ever allowed to be carried wailings of the mourning-women, the scarlet gloves, "and consulted a lawyer about the pos know that small placards are widely
also she had
Ia Jpdf -p1aceorto through shrieks of the a bouquet & roJ'1tIrJtof daf- sibility of success in contesting the will thereninetyfour
across pass pipe and the belaboring folils. distributed with the names of .
That was rather of his
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,, .a gateway which, can in any way' bet tf the tom-toms. ,Awaiting the arrival I of colors, was it Dot?", a gay mixture "Counselor uncle. I've : drinks printed on a bruUa&t*

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file ',.. 1 Ir; ce' 23 : ',gym: 'eo,,,1160' 3.41 r
EAEEBmaybefound. :on at Allen Balsam ... S .. .. ..:.. .. I
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Go's Newspaper AptJ.lorp'm. Lee.,:. E fractional lot 3:.... ......... .:.. 3 30s 38c 27,51.... ; *. 115 sold.Reed2s* --'rl I+ !8.1l-$
Street) where .Except acres :
ti(10. Bprucei x,1245
fractional lotl. .:.... ..... .... .14 30s< 38e 23,00 .. ,*
1 / 5
Lot
26 Deles ine Grant
r contracts may. be made for it : In arrears for '81, 'SO and 79:....... .. . ..... 7.62 .::. : or"strip 27/ < "- -, ." ._, ,9t m;:.t .

..t;.''''4'. OR13rAE Bass, A.. C.,. ... ...., .. SE 1 of S 'V 1 ........ ...... .. 2271:> 30c 40,001.1.24 ''- ": 28 \ iN; ;' "- r 4980' 45

4:,1 is ,the .OFFICIAL newspaperBre9td Brothers, 'Vrlght,.... S I of S E.l and S I of.8 'V'1... : 3281' 37e 15-l00 1.45 .,1)r,; .r .. : Anundi\<\ rtionofDel pin :.. "W" ;.t. ?"' -
FOl1ty.. Byrne, John! P. .... partohtnp IG Deles ine' Grant, . .. .... .. .. -, i Grant north of lot or strip 28, ., '229'A : i"2328--583- '.
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WcomcrofXW'ofNE1.-: .20,00 .26 All undivided portion Delespine if.' M1,..
'' '"f Tit mlle Bnttle Aanustus ...... .. .. '" rf t *--V
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Y. bi,Post' f oe Q.I [Py.stripofSEofncl. 72-b3Ge' 10,00 1.00 '* 23s' 2790 6.99
Grant south of lot one' \ ,
strip
..';-..t .-js 4r.r) ,-:Class Matter.; Boring, J W... .......X.I of S E I and in arrears for '81..121s 3k 81,25 3.22 .Hicks,"WW" ', and inLot or, ......, '-'6 ,1 "" ....nh'_V.; '.3ti ',j'

Bailey, Edward, .B. .. Lots 1 2 and 3 and W' of SW I and. . Arrears for 1881,1880Lot G .: .>. ... -- .7. ,.' -. .20. ,36(
ko i.jl be,possible that the State thinks In arrear's'for'81, 80 and'79..16 29 38c 203,0015.08 and 1879. 28 .... ...." .10 ',: 1. ;..Ii020'. "::'.36 .'
/ doing herself anil. hercit" izcns jusiaJ Brols'Byron. H...... N I of 8 i strip 2 oft.l0 interest Del .. .. .. .. .. Lot 11 :" i... 20 '.36.
Dish espineGrant. .. .. ... .. . ... 3" 22s 35e 160,00 .39 ". Lot 20' ; "; ':.12 '278' 37e2046
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w 'pursuing the present -washy Benner, C !H..... .. EXeeptingl60 acres MId Beals lot or .. 34 .. .. .. :... ,Lot 22' ."ftfv; 23' < repaid. to6 the much mootedfraitts"and'TaxLand8alesd strip 1 of 1.10 interest Delespine Gift ;; 35c ... .
1 s 1180,00 Lot' 26 and 2S', : : .-28r .9 )4-x.72
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11l ):Jfi4 ." .. Lot or strip 3 of 1.10 interest of Del . 34 .:.. ...: .Lot 2r ''1' .33. <..... 4' ,. : :2G :.36,
.t ;. ;X year;as i regularly as the year gaping Grant.....:: ...... ........ 22s 35c 1380,00 G.4-1 I. ; Lot 24 'V\1.*: %'.,.:.,.:S4\"p.t._. "P'. ",f..', ,'.U'nn'ot: -,-,!
unkerJames V..: Fta .. ...... '
t"' the columns of :the differitfcranty tion:1lswlofs w } 2337841c 11,7 .50 Stewart Dasher Part ofs 1-4 of 1-4-: '" '83 24s .36e? .:,.2t\.
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: ttiIo/ BnnkerGeorgcV.... n lof s W {..... .. .. .. ........ .. 2t. .- .. .. .. w s e ., .. J2"1.
f{ have advertised therein I. gtringfellow, Jane R n e 1-4 of n w 1-4 *,; "T' : s'40'151: :
papers neJ-ofSeandselofne }...... 2737841c 158GO 3.17
8 w 1-4 of n W 1-1", 86s { 35e' :4002: :
:1t finger f"r shorter list; of lands to be sold Bund\, 11.E.. .. .... e of n w 1 in arrears'81,'SO and'79 27 2711 3Ge 79,82 1.29 w 1-1 of s w 1-4 '. ,.29nel4ofswl4 ..({2bf' .: .;. .j ::4a\-1.00,
>' Cleveland, J A... [p s e 1 of nw I in '81 'SO and '79 32 21s 35c G.02 t '
%; + "' &me of these s lands ire bid offare" arrears 40,00 : 12tSTXoTE. _;
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y Clement 'V C.. .. ... ...... W1
!' ; Lot 1: .: .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 2 281'137e 39,0012.06 '
ii c"'hi1e'oihe > bid off or Crawford, .. ..[Pnv }. ..... ..... .. .. .. ..... 5344Oc IGOOO 2.01 'Parties that have paid'and hold their receipts .are- marked1 l "Rafter
JJ r' tbeCoUector%of Revenue for the Cattlett, John. ..... se I of D.W #. .. .. ... ..... ........ 30 2Gs 30c 40,00 1.00 the name of the owner. : :...* ,, : .
...r *.result of all this amounts as CockreJ1, A' 'V... ... J of S \V 1 sec. 19 and D of n w 1. 30 2-Li 3Ge 161,32 4.02 D.' 'V;: McQUAIG; HV. w' .
Mi y4 t"a" ., <..'j1ie/itndar' administered 'assatfevcr'was : Crayon, Lucas. .. ;. of Spanish Grnnt. ...... ..... 4G 208 35c 29,30 .GO Titusville,Fla., Sept.6, 4t.] ,Collector.Revenue .for! :BrevanTCo.;..

: Driggs, J 'V. .. ..: .. e of n W }. ..... .. .... ...... .. 32328 32c 39,80 1.00 '*-- ., rvIv'E1V
4! -iM ..s ADVERTlSD1ENTS.\. '
.!,li,, ". 'f. :enacted. The Davidson, George.r. 4..... .. ... .. ... .... :. .... ... 2G 35s flOc 40,00 2.01 MISCELLA ,EOUS. \ *':: '
r. "Xr.A; B or C imagines' he Grey, .. .. W I of n e 1.. .. .... .. ... ... .. 73-b,32c 40,00' .81 .7' :. : *:;.. .VfPRITCHA ',
b3mselfiich: in bidding off this Garrin, ,\. .. .. Al1ofSpanishG'ntarrears'81'80&:7937 20s,34e 757,8112.71 NORWOOD'S tD::. :&MAY?

!Wr;. ti>feother piece of hind for less In arrears for'81, 'SO and'79. .. .. .. 40208+34c 413G2 G.88 i.'. .
In for '81 '80 .... .' .
arrears pd 79. 42 20.35e 5,22 .60 Fast Hack Line OFFEIL'FOR S S.4JLE :' ,
:oft, what he considers .. .. ,. .,
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', !. Ferchard,Peter...... .lUlSpmish G'nt, arrearS 81,'SO&: 79 39 20, 34c 4GGOO 7.80 -.q. >y' 1
'a i reality he b"only purchasltbe'tatates In arrears for '81, 'SO and '79. .. .. 4322Os 35c 7,20 .:>0, Business,.,Residence,::l&dts/{' "
; : _lien upon it for from one toteeVrhe In arrears for '81, '80 and '79... .. 39 20s 35c 73,95 4.4-1 ..

9.., j 'next year he pays, astltae Giles, Malone,... .. .. >t2 block 69, Em Gallic, In arrears . ... .. ... The Cheapest and Most Direct : an'd Dwelling' .S in'-: I
if' for'Sl80 and'79.. ... .. .......:.. 16278 37l' .. .36 : ,. : .
; -IW' i taxes on his'oAvn property, Hodgkin: Jry Lot G Block G Titusvillc.. .. ........ 3 22s 35c .... .26 ROUTE ;tt/?

r l igieality'beisBimplypaying; taxes Hart, JI L. Titus Lot 2. .. .. ... .. ... .. ...... .. 34 218 35t. 45,0010.01;; TITUS. y<,"."E4LtE.: .
; 1" ,"of.which. .he, purchased they r Bunt, Sephia. .. .. Lot or strip 18 Delcspinc Grant.... 23s 345 13GO,00 3.42 To Tlt u!n'l lie and Indian River. ;, :: '; .

'f.t t iieraiiian&soonadli&ituni. After a few Holden,D L. . .. Lot 1. .. .... .. .. ... .. .. .. ...193641e 95,00 5.03 Also Unimproved Lots I Inv .
l CARRYING TUB U. S MAIL. t
.; i Holders, Nancy A. ... Lots 2 and 3. ...... .... :.... .. ..18 36g 41c '153,40 7.I '." 1" .- .'.
learns that he is and has *
..b been Herman, J F. ..[1) Lots 2 and 3. ..... ... .. .. ......... 293& 41c 150,60 7.M -'- Indian River: City:*
{ =taxes 'on'meones.. land, he lL'1yne, ,Vlll.Pnelofnwtandnwtofnetand.. ? .. .. .. / ', -. S
: i : bo\Vc whose,: but certainly not in arrears for 'SO and '79.. ... .. .... 3 20s 35c 80,00 4.02 THREE trips weekly between the ST. 1Y'HaTe a large list'ofc fir/ ." + .'i;.......X

> liureira he has' beenpaying; the State sham, John. .. .. .. Lot 2 and n e tofs W' }. .'.... ..... 2121s 35c 72,50 3.62 JOHNS and INDIAN f IVEUS. :
r } Johnston Jr1 A A. 6. n w ofsV I,. .. ... ... ...... .. 30 ::28s 30c 40,00 .81 Orange Groves ':
!3J6rptSnghim her lien Leaves EVERY Wednesday
: Enterprise ,
t;. | purchase: on some Ja\-L., Thcoooro. .. .. l'ractiouau .. ... .. .. .. ......14 35s -tOe 8,02, '1.00 Monday 'J.
.iJ1lell'ry'p'ztY-! : He soon gets sick of this Kenncdy, 'V J.. .... Part lot 1.. .. .. . ........ .. ... 33 24s 36e 5,001.00 and Friday Morning, arriving at
the next year the State"bids Part loI l. ... .. .. .. .. ..... .. ..33 24s Me 2,52 .51 Titusville the SAME day. ON'HIGH ;JLUIMO K & F RSfuIis8: :

t"t slug.and is,ready to foul someohcr man Lund, T 1V.. .. .. Lund'1IoW(',lot 1 block D TitusviIle. 3 2"2.3.3c .. .. ... -. "'3 .,1..
Lot 15 block B, Eau Gallie..16 27 37e .. ... 93.89 ReturningLeaves PINE LANDS', .
% <,libejH4iiner; and soon. ad vifaiituni. Lanning, W' H. . ..ii lot 2.x... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 123GI'I4Ot- 37,15. ... Titusvillc .Thursday a- ** .
EVERY Tuesday -
Iw .* "Vbesure y ff rj the State obtains a part thoyuyubtchshe .. n \V I of n e 1.. ... .. ... ... ... 22 5s 3Ge 40,00. .. and arriving at '-Which we, .are.. offering at-I- .' ..
; ought to receive fromla".long Lot 2 tCC. 5 and lots 2, 3 and 4, in 1)r- . . .. ... Saturday morning, : ..7"' '-<.
; as. she finds men foolish rears for 'SO and '79. ... ... .... .:. 820:; 35c 20.3,4615.97 Enterprise In the evening.-Address OTTQMPRICES ." .
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;; :r forward and Long, .T A. .. .. e 1 of s e t. .. .. .. ...... ..... ... 17 2G. \ Y i.to'generously ,step Leonard, CV... .. .. !\ I of lot 3,hi arrears for '81. ..... 26 378 41e 40,002.00 : .
l;s| 5jijtii ;:!but she cannot_ 1Kthis1 always pursue .Lotlinarrearsfor'81..3437s41c" 8,00 .52 TITUSV ILLS, FLORIDA PINE-APPLE_ LANDS, ; :t;',:

11f ltcy i She, .will find after awhile LittlrSeld1 Hunt and w I ofn eland W ofs c and W' d . . + ; ;q f;
x: .,b;i taught her. citizens a lesson Gleason ... . of, in arrears for '81, 'SO and '79. ... 1'" 27)0 36, JlcAf, .. .. .. .. n w corner oIs e 1. ... ... ... .. 211 211' 35e 5,00 .51 .. ; '''' '4 .....,'i-.;:
'l! them and her"tax sales" .
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'a .pay Moore, W U. . .. e I lot 2 mock D, Titu\ilIe,..... ... 3 2:1; 35c ,4248.08 Several. Large :Tract a:or .. .
{j* ot lie:attended, that the"will be the 2leyer, J II.f lot 1.. .. .... .. .. 323s 3k.( ,2. .... CASH CASH !CASH. .! :- ,l

bi44 i at suth sales;and will hold part of n w I of n e I.. ... .. ... .... 42.):. 36e GOO 3.00 HEAVY HAMMOCK'LANDS' t ; 4'"
& -tft Jien .on property apparently Magruder, Goo JI .[P Lot 3..3625336e 58,0015.7 _. ...... -" "I". r--,-' -

a&' rAbut'which, in"reality are some. Morel, Septinia.part of sec. 40 reyard :Deeds Book n .-. ... .. .. .. -"" well adapted'toi1') ; .v.'-
.pages 71 etc.,lI1arre rs'81, 'SO and'7J! 4:0: .20s 3 c 607,2643.2'2 WHDREPf ,
$ !hoJrnows: whos'We: have re- Moon, \l' 1). .. [P put of c l of J1 W } bounded norths .. .. .... Sugar cane, Bananas and Early vegetables' *
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:: [\ r.called attention to this matter by land of Maddox, ctc... .. ..: .... l7 :24s 3Ge 12iJI18.09 .' '

'"! \'\ y'-'1mcia1s.in.their wisdom, have l\loragnl', Nli..a. .. Lot23, 1ockA, Eau Gallic, iitnrrearsfor'S1'SOand'79..I627s37e.- . . .: .. T TIlE Aiso'unimpro .ed Lands in 'all! see; .
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?t"m.|- 'aMeared"m* to comprehend the matter.tehundredsof .1 lIartiu1.. .. .. ..Lot 8, in arrears for '81, 'SO, and '79 7 27f 37e 20,00. .. tions of the.county., ..",.: :

.'t '.>, thousands. of acres Lot v Block B. Eau Gallic, in . ... ... IQUAltTaRS I
'!\: 1i9igood: Jarid'm.the' State that ought to Cor 'SI, 'SO And '79. .. :.. ... .. .. 1.86 A FEW VERY DESI11IBLEHomesteads'Left ,
:t'.f. ., 4i T. .. ACOi-ta Grant :. . -- "', "l" '
.. lieu settled, and paying: the State Marshall, Cora n part Domingo : "'
i.\ deeds book Darrcnrs' ;' ; 33s 500,00 32163iclntosls ST.ORE > :. *-;
3.;';-or tf ..." I a.>and?->quadruple the income.. :he: h J H. ... All Spanish G'nt,arrears'81,' : 34c 17,5(1 .3G "

: teoeirwgtherefrom-yes: ,would have Nelson, Chas... .. part strip 20 Del pinc Grant J.1t' 2,00 .26 Parties haying money'to purchasinort" .

'ttlEdAtenowandpaying; : this aug.P Newton, 31 A. .-.. .. \V of 8 e }, in arrears'8180, arrears. 3It. SOGO G.O TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. gages, will find saf e.investments bn'un:* .
}s. 'uconie s could there have been a Otwell, ,V W. . [ 1 see. 30 and lots 2 and 37t IG3,5 5.SG doubted security J' 'V1, :

[l|T.',JWiTjilfeeunple therefor. Had our offiQfl'rnoreattention'to O"tl'l'n, Bryant .. .PILot. of fractional see. 11 and. ; 345 OOOO, 5.03 ... .- ... 1 '.
Parker, J F & M J. [P n w 1 of 8V sec. 28, t J1 e 1 34e 79,85 .81 :... .'....,,. ," -
1 the perfecTifA Peterson, Matilda. ... s w 1 of s w }.... .. ... .. .. 34c. 40,00 . I v .' *'tl *
T.2i-C :tf titles. and less attention .to grantslrstt 11 wi of n w 1, arrcarg: '81, '80 34e .. 4.02 -o- Real Estate placed in.:our hands; for sale, '

r; ; taads* that, will never be built, in Pace, A J. .... rr n e ofs w !. .. . .. 34l' 40,00 9.88 exchange, or to let,'will receive prompt '
x. j nee ould have been far bet- Pritchard J & J1 11 Strip or lot 21 Del pinc Grant.. .. 22.. 345 13GOOO 2126Perham attention. ,? :" '.
ln;,; .wc; E F. .. .. Lot 1. . .. ... .... .. .. .. .. 8 27s 37l' 29,00 2.01 <
TitUiivillc, ,1883
4. tf
May ,
; t'W s neither speaknor feet do4.I ,, Perham A Jl. . Part of ce 5 and .. ... .. .. .. .. 6 2-1. 36e 8,00 2.01 The Oldest and Most Reliable Place of .
1". lhina1ice. agunst our officials, foreve'them Partl'll J 1'.U. . s w 1 of g w !.. .. . .. .... 5 j 2tk 30c 39,9S, 1.00 Opened for the Season ,
: ., to be gentlemen' and not Richtr'F.. .. .. Lou 38-9-10-1 and 2 Jo.rncf\.illl' .... 3.2:, 33 ,..13.07 i iy
snch hare good and sufficient Russell, J:15 A. [I' Lot 3, see 21, lots 1, 2, 5, and 6 and . . ... . nl."SIXESS JEST" man who is interested in hls own, J'
% of s e 1 and n c 1 of 5 W 1 sec 21 & 28 3-Is 40- 323,50 27.13 4 '
j neglecting, what to appears, Robinson, S A. .. n e 1 of 5 w I...... ... .. .. .. .. 3026lIt': 40,00.. welfare will.be pleased.to how that.

; lJiP1tt nt'a; natteJ'., We do not attri- :mdnwlofnwl. .. .... .. .. .. 72j 31e 39,871,00 on Indian River, Dealing in '-, <"':* *':*'**'!

i1, #o:tLe m i selfish motives, for had they Rogers, -. . .; n't of sol ofn c L arrears 81,SO, & 79 2.j 335 e 2U,00 .80 ANDREW.GIBSON r. ... ':- .. .. I ,
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Znraetuated Self, G 1V. g w 1-1 w : 2026. 2l' 40,00 20.10 the finest be found
'f bef
to
would long Keeps oysters ;;its
S' they Seymour, J J_. ... .. gV 1-8 ofn w 1-1 of 8 W 1-1. .. .. 28 21.35e 5,00 .26 \. ; .
.- ,,!iaC..iiW. their attention to Sackett, F B. .. .. ..n j oh w 1-1 and lots 5 and G.. .... 122s 36e 146,90 .... General MerchandiseNone I TituMVllIe', <,l,!!.\0.;:' ,i'.- "
{matters of escheat and bona-fide ti- and lot 2. .. ... . ... .. ... ..... .342437e 4 ,OO. .. f -Mi .'
# fee,ample in order that the coun- md lot 1 mock A, TitU5\'iI1e. .... .. 3 22... 3..1 ... IG.O AND SERVED IN 8Trid'. stx'T '. hioss.'
'):- ellow Norwood &Turnersel-lofsel-Ilot2neofnel _' 2135c 10,00 2.01 but strictly firat-class goods are < -7r,"> i 5*'IJI' '* &
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hthave:been settled and their "
up Sanders 'V k.1'Lot{ 1...... .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. ut 37. 41e 3G,50 1.,6 ':- '". ... .i! "
, {{ij ofttazes proportionally lowered. South F1a-11 n. Co. ..\hts123&enirl-1&swl-4nw1-403.3k 241,62I.Si; Plain and Fancy Cake: made ,to' order'. .. ,

: !f.the iime! ; action. now draws nigh. Studwl'lI, E A. . ...n e 1-1 (,fn c 1-1..... ..... .. .. ... 15278 3Ge 40,00 .40 ; *"" : 'p. r ''-.I
and sold this Stand.
12 ,tS. ir,'in this county, we are to electSenator Tyler, U I'. .. .. [1''s e comer of s e 1-4 ofn c 1-4. .. ... 20 21s 35t.5,00. ..51Tidwn bought at Bala't, Bread alicaya. on liand. ._
' ? and Let B F. .. .. ...w of n e 1-4 and W of s e 1-4. ..... 8 27 s 137l' IGOOO 5.03 ; :
Representative. Traccy, John . [P c 1-4 of 11 0 14..... ...... ..... 16 27t 32t. 40,02 243Uukiiown Also a first- 1a..v.s Barber-shop,attached! ';

utihbe ppt on the tickets who does .. .. ..111 2. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. ........32 2( 35e 57,00 2.82 'OfXJJLSs: !". .'*
';: Fltaad,"8Quare"on the escheat and fee Varnum. Nancy Lot 15,blockA,Eau Gallie,in arrrt .. .. .... ... o-- ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES* : : .i
f.t. *e.question. Volusia and St. Johns E''I for'Sl'SOand'79. .. .. ... ..... .. .. I6 27s37e .. .36 'From Enterprise to Titosvfllc. {
, 1 J", .are in the,same boat with us on VielCW. .. .. 11 w 1-4 of s w 1--1,arrears 'SI, 'SO& '79 17 2t. .3-I( 40,00 2.42 Leave Enterprise Monday'-Wednesday. and j
" 'ff h Grant part of this questionentire I: '\'riO'ht, Emnua3I. [rl e 1-1 ofsV 1-4..202631e; 40,00 6.70 Itiilay Arrive at 3 at a.TitnsvlUe m. Monday. Wednesday J.:\
f-i.fii': State on the Tax title part. : 11'ooiinansee estate of Lot 4 mock 7, Titus\lIe. .. .. .... 32s 35e .. 2.01 Remember A Dollar will buy exactly an4Fridayat9pm. -4'-- .

t iptentlemen of the Press! and Welch, S 1I. ... .. n 1 acre trip, excepting: 2 acres nit n e .. .. .. .. .... .... Leave Titusvflle 5 Tuesday Thursday: andSaturday ;'t;
ife these such oC 20 De1e Grant . at a.m.
questions an airing comer strip pine 22"1345 .51 Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursday
} make "the oldest inhabitant" Willis Richard A [P part of n w 1-4 of n e 1-4. . .. ... 4 2sI3Ge 3.33 1.41 $1.00 worth.EjtallIsllcd and Saturday at 9 pm. ,:;
, : action pertaining thereto hast4iera'had 11'escc'tt, L P. . .. n c 1-4 of n w 1-4. ...... .. .. .. ... IG 6s 3Qe 39.99 ... From Daytonato Titusville. ,
;. : long ago. Post up, Freemen and lots.l and 3. .. .. .. .. .. ... 32 2rS 31)l' 87.21 3.01 Leave Tltnsvtlle. Mondays Wednesdays,1. ::1
, :r.;. .[W citizens. of Florida, and bring Wise, \ndrc' .. nel-4ofncl-4. .. .... ...... .. .. 337'3OC' in 1813. and Fridays at 5 a.m. 4 ,i
:: -4 J*pressure on your legislators as fchail andfractinalsel-Iofnel-4..33 'i 37c. ... .. Arrive at Daytona Tuesdays Thursdays- ., .' ,.;,'
4 '''tt' '".hingaAtt title mean a title in and n W' 1-4 of n w 1-4. .: ... 3427 30e 119,96 G.Ol and Leave Saturdays Daytona.at 9 Mondays p.m. ,Wednesdays,> and J '. :, 1
:..'f w: 1> :It will then be.'a TITLE and Wescott, Leo P. ... .. n e 1-1 ois w 1-4........ .. ...... ... 4. & 30e 5O,4G 1.00 Address orders to .' Fridays at+a.in., "- \
! u 6, .IDem shadow of such. It will be as "PilInrd, Bessic... Lot 4 Block 52, Eau Gallic. .. ......16 278) 37e .. .. ..U9Wiiliams and Arrive at Titusville at 9 .Tuesdays' ,Thursday. \, ,.;1
Saturdays p.m.From
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;*title as can be had and the citizen F B.. ... .. Lot 6 Block 94, Eau Gallie. .. .... .. 16.)7 37e.. .. ; ..U9itiilliansy '$ ::!
r < ",-know what heis, doing and ""in E.: Lot -I Block 9J; Eau Gallic..... .... 16278 37C ... .... .09 .Headquarters. Store, Titnsvllle to Eau Gallle.' ,,: ;: j

'':-.. .*( is paying his own taxes or Yates, Keedham. [ !lone 14, arrears for'S1'SO &:7915 278 30e 70.4 3.28 Leave. Titnsrille Tueaday'andlFrlday_. .... at ... ;11 'I5a.m. 1
.: :} Of e other person.. The "pl eiug Segni B: .. .... .;.. Spanish G'nt, All, arrears SI, 80 7 9 42 j'IJ 34e S438,8214. : Titusville, Fla.LicilLIh Arrive at,.Sau Gallle- "Tuesday. 'and Friday. J
,;: .15 what we want and what we -- ..' Spanish Gn't, All, arrears 81, SO&7 37 i 34e .390, 6.72 fit 5 P.TD-r I
:.;s,) ;save at the hands of the next legia- "". Spanish GOnt, All, arrears 81, SO & 7 44 3e 108,77 8.72 ( ( 100.-"" at Leave 6a.m.Lan Ga1l1&.WetInesday'." and, Saturday"..xr1". -" v? ,, .'.. .'' "(. j

\ t'r_ .:The interests of the State and of ,J .'!\'!.. Spanish G'nt, AU;arrears 81, SO & 79 45.Os 35C 330,75 26.52 I J w e rMM meal ; Arrive at Titusvillc Wednesday and Satar-
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s :d liWftteSi ... ... ,, _li i'di'1c. ..r..tn..t.hMt' :. .. No*: :'f "arid sellno otherkind .
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.... ': ..' i.1.tiatit atf.uv.....- .\:... .., .... I1IIJ.'4".Lft-i i :th :.' r'J ''.!iCe''tly. given upbri.'the payment' ,.of all, .the.'time 'and. meaDe.*> -..; ..

: tIU' <' ;t..Jid 4. _p .. co. ceilat,jt. SlOOO-whicb! was to"befqr,-an' 'interest necessary to introduce this' mBe' sssiBBB BV
i a aa nsdethe pWWretaip : .
aitedhaeeefor.'naqlellgth> .-t /'cert m ,printed :abstracts ,of ,public public. and he was to have the' '
oftime .
e-.1e sldded.:In theabsencafje itsTneibove' : :... sell ..
lieu1 thereof the amountwas to the lime in
: :,_ '> v l i records or in light
-water. ; may beAIrOTSIQ' .L : rtcipe should,:yield...,about ,. ., .
'
> 'red1spriest' :I to be returned with 10 per cent. and to receive the same at
'1 ; : ][1 IoD of, making four quarts,or sufficient for about sixty "
each of I Interest. The Trial Court found that Under this contract A 'ex-.
jelly > ,as follows: Pick.the rich sherbet. -It be
of may ;
"
; glasses very 1
ra.-;moderataftred from thestalks the instrument was a chattel mortgage, sums of money and gave all the?'-I' '
berries into a stone mixed either with ice-water asa ...
..;atn1m: ti I maybe of the its attention to devetop'tie "
aDct1 ; ?:= '...... jar ;' when you have the desired cooling drink, or with hot water 8a'- and on the appeal caseRock'lwell (. t s
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.t. : : the Supreme after having 'est bllSh 'm1
d
.. OW vs. Humphrey-to *
: -x : the closely andpet the
l quantity cover jar night-cap. Made in the large way
1 '
'Wid7 take the Court of Wisconsin, the judgment below trade B, 'c and D refused
iflD'a'J half full of
); large saucepan last trial by the writer was as fallows: w,

;. +. *. $faf&&S&. !&, cold water, place Qn the fire and ,simmer One box lemons, 300 large and fine ; 50 was affirmed. 'Judge Cassoday,,in the their, verbal,- agreement.. "|na." -._ .S

two'va. ,.. an'ho :Nsw the I opinion, said : "Where the language ofthe damages for breach of contractvs. =
r for
t 'Jo< 0;: ;{.s r. pour oranges; yield, 12.quarts lemon juice ; ,
'J' .'bA'I'BD.. .. Y.V. nna.f..7 contents :''instrument is equivocal, and the Howe-the: defendants' .
>. .--h. ,"' ... "" ; of the jar into a jelly bag yield, four quarts orange juice ; add 48
.l :; 1) of debtor and creditor is not defense on the ground that tt' .f'
-GAL. r \ i '"- ,' '- and let the juice.filter.into an earthen pounds of sugar; product; 30 quarts relation

,'..! ;d- .,. over them' fan. Be particular to avoid pressing syrup. It is always welcome and popu created by the transaction, and never tract was not in writing, whie., $
'# ,. ;; .
'; ; '" itir'wine or existed 'and the vendee takes and retains statute of frauds .
required as i :
: 'vue : i MIV" : the bag'as"; this forces through what lar at ladies' Fairs, especially when it

:.. .c1cs -" .: lrc&. ,.t", inhi-J'. _, ,- would detract from the brilliant color served ,by a pretty 'Rebecca .at the possession of the property, and its value- to be fully performed within.'A.M., : j

a : llet tipsMaud to! bifai8'for I.of the jelly. Now add'a pound of finely Well" in, turban and flowing. robes, I is not perceptibly in excess. .of the. consideration they succeeded., ,D, of one off 'f'
; :..tikfki i lt "E-A'hair I paid and is nothing to Ids widow
one pulverized white sugar to each pint of ferns and fail there ners, died and camei8i1h "
with a rockery, a never
,
: .''. 1' i.. L.'.:tto-liquor.; J.Put v juice. Place on the fire and stir constantly ing bowl of sherbet at her side.. If you !., indicate an intent to transfer the' property farm, and she sought to:escapefrpaf. ..,

:5-M' t I ;into_ ft l | as a mere security, the transaction claim the further itbifc'
'-d until the sugar is dissolved and desire,to give it an Oriental, Arabian on ground :t-: }

=... .cleris. "3I"V5i.?ja* ie* "'sfc,pour; *the*v-V-raspberry*? *.-* liquor; I the scum has risen. This scum must all I Nights' flavor, add to each quart a tea- I i i has usually been held to be a conditional had never been a party v tothe"cct&ijjfc| >\:'
r. ,rrer,.-itemrtv up closely.aod again I{ sale. If after the transaction no debt i4? t Zi"flT t-
You have
be carefully removed. now The below
flower
judgment
'
water
I I spoonful of rose or orange I was 'rensp) i i
; ka iici, i.hei'ftet&t which
let; remains there is no mortgage, but onlya
only to fill your glasses or jars with the water, to your taste. by the Supreme Court of.Illinois;MIi., "
..ft1t'iw d siz pounds of
I conditional sale. On the other hand
warm,jelly, and when quite cold lay All this may seem a needless amountof Scofield, in the opinion, said: !( 1t
the lMIt1Fhti olv.riirf sVr. 'PlaSeon"a i whthe of debtor and creditor
.Y ... brandied papers over the surface of the labor but it is amply repaid by the relation was entitled to recover in

;; .' -" '-':.. eilite..id as stir/tmtU the jellies and cover tightly with paper or superior yield and quality of the syrup. I J!I is created by the transaction, or" previously uit the amount .; .1t'
le : f l m J? Now
sn ifooa c remoirriri'tb0 1
; oif : dried bladder and set away for use. The seeds are bitter, and if ,any are existed,and by express language working up the trade, and the tabs 1Cr 4
take" 'the
ftre, y ..... )scum,' CURRANT S1.'Rup.-Mash three quartsof crushed in the squeezer, or remain a J!I or fair implication continues, and the his time and services net, thaittiif, t
tBos3i'tDeie" ,
and
whey
: I is retained the vendor and ;
Y .dulywithipderc r: : make a most currants' and one quart raspberries short time in the juice they impart I possession by is in employees in effecting the.object,ttt t";:
: in earthen Let these their flavor to it. So of the peel if the value of the property greatly contract and evidence of "" "::1:r
the
together an pan. ; I \ .. .
drink .. .
agiet+i w[aM'ooolmg ;;:and one i excess of the consideration paid, the ..' ...,
; stand until fermentation begins; then the fruit pressed without removing agreement is admissible .t.o.

which'BitfslCEzi ti'culirly'gtatful' rtbYRar. :":" m Mrish: fevers four I filter off the juice and add sugar-two it the juice is embittered by it ; more transaction has usually been held to pea plaintiff's case. ((2.) When'tbe ',G, :

.r;1: .<.luarUrfrapbenie-rf-. %* Wr.*. man; ****earthen* "*" Pan; J pounds to each pint of juice. Now over, it absorbs a portion of ,the juice mortgage.As of one of the concern comes m..t- ,;

.t'l et*a' -i lam place until*-fermentation place over the fire, and stir until the and so causes waste. Lastly the oil of a way out of difficulty Courts have her husband's place therein" ,. s..-iMt', -';,;,

ooaps/e'iie, mtation'I willrhere sugar is entirely dissolved. Then re- the rind, or zest, tends to cause fermen- generally held the transaction to be a is no intention to make.j. ... )" .

l ; -t,!J.- e'eteible In'bm r'io destroy move from the fire, take off the scum, tation in the syrup and prevents its I mortgage in all doubtful cases, because I I the business operations she;a.\\:"

Ms.': .tbifteotliiL oaeieoantutaedintbe: I and bottle. This is a most exquisite keeping. When made for immediateuse | the ends of justice are the more apt to held to assume the bunleDS.aadta, i' ;

..s '. ':frokflisdwhk, onid?cease the syrup flavor with which to heighten the cooling a small portion of the zest may be be attained and fraud and oppressionmore benefits her husband would ban JWJ
.
iijto r. 7 jelly after)1belngbottldL.. 'Now:" filter I qualities of summer beverage mixed in but not when intended for likely to be prevented by such a gone and enjoyed. So if the tan,all ;t

the joieeaitdiddtbesagsr=twopoundsof A Lemons.' long keeping. construction. her accession, .continues.,toe alp'

: '.pti gar::to HBach"pint of juice.: Place There is no more wholesome, refresh- A pleasant mixed beverage is made SALE-FOR CASH-PAYMENT WAXY contract made before,wbichbenistaiB V

[V' on F'etre'flie"t"idirconetanUy: ing and grateful beverage for family by adding to the syrup an equal portion ED.-A sold for cash to B 360 packagesof and the firm afterward ,rep -* -!\ .

J ''W in;tibe"sogar": -jmiKirjr dissolved. use or as an offering to a friendly visitor of raspberry sherbert, five quarts scarlet -.I goods, who, in turn, sold them to C. contract on the ground .that ItJ

Thou treaooReah, e' scum" and, botUe.ThifsVr than a well-made glass of lemonade.As raspberries,two quarts winevinegarand He then attached the goods in the handsof in writing, she will be. lI le', ,+ri ', ;

'., P"",;l like W,;vinegar, makes .a commonly and hastily prepared it is eight pounds granulated sugar. I C as the property of B, and C took the other partners .under. a, 7

vetde&fl&iror'foi.;vaiiouebever- often pungent, overtart, and leaves a Gently mash the berries, put them intoa j I them'back by'replevin. An action for meruit, ;

: : :, ,etasj : porcelain-lined kettle add the vinegarand FORECLOSING'MORTGAOE IN_.___. .
age ;r dry, powdery taste upon the tongue. conversion was then brought, and the

.ft. POTEitBY,JA) i-* ,Maiiih a quantity Besides, one has not always the ready stir three times a day for a week, plaintiff recovered. The defendant RAL COURT-SUIT,PENDING IN SA!!:'

fruit at band when wanted. 'A keeping the kettle well covered mean COURT.-A suit was brought.hjeFiie"ml
of raapbtcrieB'in ineartbeapanand addpulverised little carried the case, in error-Heller vs.

: sager rune. of sugar 'to'each forethought and labor at the proper season while. Strain through a close flannel Elliott-to the Supreme Court of New Court to foreclose a mortgage,Yd's::' t;

pint/of pulp.1--Place'on tiie fire and stir and a faithful observance of the cloth. Mix one pound of the sugar Jersey, where he got a decision in his defense was set up that as then ;ltb'.
with the pulp work it well and the beginning of this suit a id .: :.
seed ,
.- handled woodenapatala directions will enable
ooataatJ.J."tt1t leria [ following one to favor. The Chief Justice, Beasley, in the

.. > fotwentp- ve;minutes. Then have a delicious beverage ready to serve strain. Put all the syrup together into opinion said : "The jury have found foreclosure upon the same moitgige' fi..
with the kettle, add the rest of the sugar, State Court, this action, should;aot ,
glaBses'.or sere whole .
fill sear the round. .J
: : the warm year that as the sale was for cash, and no "
I I boil and skim till the proceed. In this case -Weaver, "&
scum no longer .';
jamvaod w cold.Uy a piece of bran. The midwinter months are the period money was paid, that the title did not :

dieQ paper,*fcut to::suit; over-'the top of I I of the greatest abundance, cheapnessand forms, then bottle while still hot, and vest in the vendee, but remained in the Field, in the United'J Cire t
.
.. seal. It is diluted with cold water and Couit for the Eastern Districfof"isiana '
the frutt'(this is done to prevent mold). high quality of most tropical fruits.It vender. .But if the vender in any way 1 1:.
drunk like the lemon sherbert.A Pardee the opnlos(
<' ..Onferythe-jar tightly:>with paper orbai88eraltd'set'sway has long been the practice in my waived the requirement of a.casb payment -Judge in ,
I delicious sauce for waffles, muffins said : "The pendency a prior i \j
: for use.' family to make up at that season a then the title vested in the pur- ,
iai cUtt and all kinds of hot pancakes is the in aState Court is no bar to.as sctoain ,
i -A quart of the whole box of lemons, with the requisite chaser. In this case we think there '


.Ir'' : erriesi/ma8h and" rub we have a' full twelve months' supplyfor sugar, 'one-fourth pound butter, six payment. After the delivery of the two suits are for the same cause oirj 11

; .t4. 'the fn (ttoroufhr'a' fine.(hair: sieve to household use, as well as for visitors yolks of eggs, well beaten four whites I merchandise, and after the sale of it by action and between he. same J pu p

extract the'seeds.*Boil the cream and I and to send to invalid friends and of egg, whipped to a stiff froth ; three the vendee the original vender causedan ties. We can proceed to a decree ben; .

lemons, the juice ; two lemons, the unless the rights of the parties'aballbe :. '
add it to a.e-puIp while it remains hot. I neighbors. We call it by the name it attachment to be issued against the '

..weetear with'powdered sugar to your I Ii bears in Italy and the Orient, where it rind thinly grated. Melt the butter property of his vendee for the price of first adjudicated. in some' .oth4r' .

i tote M Let It become quite cold Now : is a common family beverage ; in Arabic and rub it with the sugar to a smooth the goods and had these very goods Co ur. _.",

: alsea'Jroth'by.. ... Abating=.with a whisk.Takeoff'the ahurbet, from shereb, to drink; cream. Mix the whites and yolks with levied upon under the writ. When the (1.) LIFE INSURANCE. MlsarF

'fioth'1rith." a. perforated Hindoo, shoorb ; Italian, sorbetto; the juice of the three lemons and the plaintiff procceeded to enter upon this RESENT TIOSJ! IN: APPLICATION':

. skiia>set'tad grated rind of two of them, and beat to WAIVER-(2.) PHYSICIAN AND FA
... lay"ltOl1 a sieve to French, sorbet ; English sherbet. cause of law he was plainly a posi- '
dra&:;T fill.yon 'glasses with the I a smooth paste ; then mix the whole, TINT PRIVILEGED CON3fl7xICI'. .
LEMON SHERBET.-The test: lemons tion to adopt either branch of an alter- .
xesld_>of*the"'cream>and top off each come to us from Florida, and the next put it into an enameled saucepan and native. TIONS.-An insurance association,n .;

class!.with froth'Bispmair ": in boil twenty minutes,stirring well to pre- fused to pay the loss on the life of one cis;
quality from Palermo in Sicily.
vent Pour into He could have insisted that he was "
BATAFIATO scorching. jelly tumblersand its members on the ground thaCbis
four I Choose those having a thin smooth : p
still the
i owner of the goods and have
:' qtiartl of ipbe rriee add two quarts of skin, large and solid, in preference to keep tightly covered. statements in his application as,,to.hir
I Orange butter is made in like man- recovered them and sued the vendee for health
roofspirito"'and p und of whitesugar.Vt'Infuse.in'a thick, rough-skinned ones, which are a breach of his and freedom from local.injury- s
stipulation to
'
ner. accept were false and it defended sutt
: /close vessel for one"weet..Now almost ,
sure to and dry. .
prove spongy and
for them he could '
pay or waive the
strain and brought.on the same grounds. Jn t>SeT
press through ahalraIeV Select from those that have never been :
Educate Daughters.Give stipulation as to
your payment as a prerequisite -
afterwbich I'filter through a unwrapped, wash them lightly in cold action a question arose as .to the .right,:-
to the
vesting of the title and
:flannel bag and bottle.RASPBERRYBBANDY. sue of the company to aSk'the physician.,
water in clean soft
wipe dry, wrap for the' stipulated price. This latter .
your daughters a thorough education of the deceased about communication>
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and in
keep a cool
togetheruat" paper dry place.
course 'the "
> : Teach them to cook and pre- was ,one pursued ,by him between him and bispatient concerning
part of'mashed raspberries and This treatment removes stale flavor w
any when he sued out the
writ
the food of the household. of attach-
pare Teach his tbat
t fcrandy.: ,Coyer closely and allow, to communicated by decaying fruit or the ment, and that procedure is health. It appeared on the.triid ".
) them to wash to iron utterly im- '
to sew but- received:
on assessments had been made and
staikl for twenty-four hours. Strain and I odor of the box. The best oranges for compatible with the
tons to make their theory that the
own dresses. Teach with
knowledge of misstatemeotdThe
'preen Sweeten ,to..taste.. Flavor with this purpose are those from Jamaica, title to the had the. t
property
not
them to make bread and become
that
a judgment"and ,
good
plaintiff recovered
cinnamon end cloves.. Filter through a and next the Floridas. Buy them, like fixed in the vendee." a

.. flannelbagi.and. bottle, ... the lemons, in their original wrappers ; kitchen lessens the doctor's account. the company carried the case inerroF-..
. wash and repack in like manner. Teach them that he only lays up money ((1) SURETY-PARTNERSHIP-DISSOLUTION Excelsior Mutual Aid Association:ys.,7
Currants." I
; : I whose expenses are less than his income, -((2))}-SUBROGATION OF SURE- Riddle-to the Supreme Court of'ladi t j
BED CuKBAxrr The materials and
JELLY.-Free the proportions for the and that all grow poor who have to TY.-A, B and C, partners made their ana, where the judgment was 'affirmed .
fruit ,from vail stalks -and leaves syrup are as follows: Three pintslemon :
: ;: and spend more than they receive. Teach i I firm note to C, who indorsed it, and it Judge Howk, in the opinion;said'c t<(L) ,
add to them one-fourth juice, one pint juice and six (
their weight or orange
them' that a calico dress paid for fits was '
negotiated. The firm paid interest Although the false statements in the,
measure of red raspberries. Mash them pounds granulated sugar. This will ', ''t.,
:
better than a: silken -for.'
one unpaid .1 upon this note until A left the concern. application avoided the contract of %
all ao y fas-.to.cruah 'every berry. This | require about three dozen lemons and a Teach them that a full face Band 1t.
Ck
healthy. the assets and assumedthe surance by its.terms yet in effect they
operation mashing; 'will be greatly half dozen oranges, all of large size. lustre ,
; displays greater than fifty consumptive liabilities. In an action by C against simply rendpred'ch contract voidabl
,;
/
facflttaNid m With a fine grater rub off the thin
.. by, h'l the fruit scalding yel- beauties.
Teach them to pur- :A and B on this note, he, C, having at the election of the association, and,
,. hot.:If 6w pony the pulp into a flannel jel- low rind of the fruit, but none of the chase and see that the [account corresponds paid it, the defendants had judgment. notwithstanding the existence of tliae4;

Jy bag tofilter,placing a wooden or earthen I white; the lemons and oranges separ- with the purchase. Teach them I C carried the case Moore
vs. Topliffto matters it for the
was aseoiclation
,
competent
vessel underneath to,catch the juice ately,of course. Mix the gratings well good common sense self trust I the
self-help Supreme Court
I I of Illinois where to waive the forfeiture aUtherebyauthorize
,
. =M it trickles through. ,Boil the filtered with four times their weight of pulver- and industry. Teach 'them that I a reversal an was got Judge Sheldon in the ,
and continue
: 3uice Ins bright copper preserving ized white sugar and put into bottles, honest mechanic I .eoof":
pan, in his the
working clothesis opinion said '
: ((1. As tract
) between A in full of Wei
r force. The making
I .
..
whsch keep corked when not in .
of white use.You
; allowing one pound sugar to a better.object of esteem than a dozen B, and C, after the dissolution and
assumption assessments and the of .their
: teach pint;'of juice: remove the scum : have thus two excellent, pure, haughty, finely dressed idlers. Teach of the assets and liabilities receipts mifr 'f

-:j> ,it..forms', on I the surface. A very i ever-ready flavorings for cakes, pies; them gardening and' the pleasures of tA and B were principal debtors amounts with knowledge 'of :the such ; "
and C representations show clearly ,
will suffice to boil this i puddings, blanc-manges ices and whatever -
Ifew minutes to ,
nature. Teach them if their
, I can affordit surety
you this k
upon
note. statute
else ((2.) It is a waiver. ((2.) By reason of our !
a jelly, which :may be:\ascertained by you like. music, painting, etc., but consider settled principle in equity that a surety the relation between physician and >'

; :-lacing a little on a cold saucer in cold Now pare off the white rind, scrapingit them as secondary objects only. Teach : upon paying the debt of the principal patient is confidential he cannot be.. .

water or,oa-ice.' If it\ congeals in a clean down to the pulp. Cut the them that a walk is'more salutary thana is entitled to be substituted in the ; of ; :'
place permitted to divulge in Court jus"i'
;moment it is done,' but,if it remains fruit in half' pick out all the seeds, ride in 'carriage. Teach' them to j of the creditor as to all securities held tice the information acquired a by him in, ,

.quite fluid the .boiling should be .con- queeze out the juice with a wooden reject with disdain all appearances, and i i by the latter, and have the same benefit the discharge of his professional duty- V:

'. tinued.: We will 'here say that the squeezer and strain it as fine as possible to use only "Yes,"or 'No," in good j he would have therein." ; .
to
the :
prejudice or injury of his patient ;. '..
-pievail.f 1gj! mistake by tour house- through a flannel jelly-bag. Measureit earnest. Teach them that happiness of CONTRACT "
TO EXTEND or his '
TRADE representative. ,
wivesin making .currant]; jelly is that add to each quart of the mixed juices matrimony depends neither on'external i rN WRITING PARTNER8 -Nor ;' j.

i ;they_'. too,much. 'The flavor offcuinnt three pounds of sugar ; stir it until it is appearance nor on wealth, but on the agreed; verbally-with B 1P.._ A Dost thou, lae life ? then 'do not ( ..
C
jellyia madeitill more delicioust a perfectly clear syrup, pour into wide-_' man's character. .... I were partners that he and D, who squander: time, for that is the stuff. lifa t ,' ,

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'.W.Ik-.....,.,WSPSr* %,.would come; kJDd.b rtA-Jd though- :, eccentrici" ., "oldTadyV machine ; 11f' inventedthe be
yhich
I l Ko t the 6th of July; 1776;after the Declaration
aijl bouse
keep for sae I iioulda'ttwiitrent
,
,
finger? JSohetelanihigand.bagi; One day ; 'Yushfo ni' i1d' her of ''Independence had been signed; .ginning;ofthe_ ;UfetimeGof;nvwykmeRaowliving
? .. _,. 7drs would;have"subjected tht
n>- wit '** JlA-i H-VTvrr : Thomas Jefferson ,nd several al other >
". oUt make, calls
.Dear heart,if we but daughter"went to ,
,
Me '
.9. It, 1 inventor to; a j.prceecutiaolor. witchcraft.
__in4 Letut panae,I sa/j .'In. the 'meantime- Sarah -Belinda- leaving Aunt Sally. In 'the ,care Of'. patriots met there to talk over the incidents -
,
,
,a_sboit 1wyond day'I,the jotupe7 silent gate down, thebVyooth'a site wascbjiatened'ptainjKBh:' -but Ellen. I!,' of the six days just passed., ,Jefferson :.Take of the;,Scott.forinstanetheaauounoetmeat .' ,. nbiatufng'Cona.-. t

bad JOU11.dt to,be bi"conMH ce for On their ietura'they were surprised was a relative of'Dr. .EnochEd? advertises insacDine

# 1 time fair bow a young lady of.her pretensions--stood to find Mr: Morton in ,the parlor;ayoung I I wards, who owned"the house-,:and dur- pany' that :: -* 'which" "

back by Abe window +egardingwith man of wealth and position 'for I during his stay at Philadelphia,, especially not',only-7t-I">pares* '* : a '
is so brief at best: t them at e-tJ i .r also machines
Mrteason while writing the famous Declaration .
.
.
,
COT the stars and pluck the flowff stare of curiosity they aunt of whose whom' Sarah 'B nnda: had been angling for -assorting- --peas-.aSi' taking thV-pits-;
of he ,
wealth and.eccentricity, she had sooften unsuccessfully, for some months. Independence, frequentlyrode 7 '* -* r/-* .-- : "* r '">-'" J"-''
Ibut
ourlfeetgrow, weary, let usf that out .to Frankford and spent thenight ? 10r cherpe>J other; marfeBousmachine i
!
heard but whom she had "Dear 'me"maI"'whbpeied
; : never i .*
_. *> seen until now. young lady "what -will:Mr. 'lIorton'think ,with his maternal relative; There .? the >Cliweoa Autaitiq'
for lore and its delight: no- records to show Weighhigand' PUlingMsohiaeguaitteed ,
"tame are who it was that
ftnd'we such
"I to have vulgar re
that for all s'poee that is your daughter
sweet ding pays to i correctly> fill with
sae OD.the eighand the
accompanied Jefferson to Frankford : : .
-. of lift, for sorrow a >licht.Despair Sally;" continued the old lady, as she lations. And he is so fastidious and :.thousand
<: '{ ;f:and. deatk'a funeral turned her eyes in that direction ; "she exclusive.In 6th of July.. The old citizens of the aid of one person,.a> .packages

place say it was Benjamin Rush, Robert of all farinace0ua goods,eae -.CI:..kindred:
Morton who
that was named for Dear I She } the meantime Mr. ,
F"" "" '>' '''' !-''-' me. me
; iri Wben the world waa new. Treat Paine and te: poet.IIopkinson. articles, in one.,h0ut.' Anotherr.Ia-the
..l (
.. .'"I ,JDeD i".first, pursuit gad: lifesfiUW' looks the very picture of me.when was seemed to have had a very pleasant chat of Bordentown: J. Dr. Enoch Ed Edwards 'I National Cash t&'l'nother i lt6eJones
!" with Aunt and Ellen rose to take -o't 'i- -
'B'
Sally
't< "' 4I! a gal Patent*
.
back ,' andJWhatU who 'a brother of the .. Capping.Machine;which :;
tbat time came to me! "I'd drown myself if I thought so!1" his leave. was great '4< { ",
theologian Jonathan Edwar Jsof Princeton advertises: that Jl will:cad 28.000 cina
[ .
riko6fdiri' ? the Mrs. Mushroom followed him to the /A.* ;
f; eek'formore was young lady's indignant com- toaTwurs
.T .., afterwards joined the party, and'informed per day of at aceed cart not .
., ment she forward at her door. ;
as came
'". -/. ,
::;:P;.,. ...."..... .. """ mother's bidding, to receive the sound "I am afraid that you have been sadly them that Mrs. Edwards bad .five ,center per lOQ Dit orahtsthan
l'i:" < still some cherry wine left from last half the cost of the methods at present .
ir'D: Aunt. kiss,that Aunt Sally'gave her.'i The annoyed,"she said in a low, confidential :
: .
in general; Anotherthe
"' !;4 horrid looking fright!" voice. '"Aunt Sally, as we call her; is year, which he thought could be pro- uee 1 ,,
';ir trn! :- old cured. In' the meantime, the doctor Jones Steam/Floater for 'meking.. ,..canna
is '
us do come to the "What did she ?". said Aunt a distant relative. She a good '" '-
1 ma, say soldered on the'outside and is a
wtm- produced the bottle that be kept" for thjere
who this is exclaimed from to the other. soul, but so odd, and is quite unusedto *
Sally looking one
jwfsmd see ,' medicinal use only," and the thirsty large number of other .-4abor-saving
the society that we frequent""No
: l //ftilnda Mushroom. "Did ever "She said," screamed Mrs.. Mush- madam patriots begaa a free discussion of the novelties which remind!: 'one"of.the.daysdf
is needed '
apology *
.; 1.' ': life. such an antiquated: specimen room, putting her mouth close to the returned the yoUng man with, a look of memorable events of the most excitingwbek the ArabianNlghta.,;' ,.. .. *

..-t ::, ,.,. 'must. look at the huge old lady's ear, "that she considers it a surprise. "I've often heard my father in American history. They derived The.effect.of.. ..-'sal....these.eunning.-.. inventions ;
. .i-'F'i .. and that queer-looking high compliment, for you must have no little merriment in retailingthe is to constanUy.rednee-.cost
",f; tT4pIDei.'nearly;$o, the*.heels. been handsome when girL" speak of Mrs. Hooker, who was very of production' .and demand
a decrease.tbe
",-!, .. ,r" ..'. very kind to him when he had an attack of account of Cesar Rodney's ride of ..
i taking off hair
old
1, is an "It's fortunate that she's deaf," ride of eighty miles from New Castle,' for labor. If then keeppra.wlth each,
>> fever. I am glad to meet her.
s. | very ,
.t : 'tc btlieveabeiacomuagherel" said Sarah Belinda, smothering a laughat Delaware, on a mule, so that he mightbe other the decreaseU the ,coM of livh f, '

'''U.7jiii" .{ is'ri"C mfottable'lIDOOZ8in her mother's adroitness. "We can "A fine young man," said Aunt present on the 24 of July and cast might offset, from,;. laboring"1U 'a.

tjf>. ,-.way indulged in after din- free our minds about the troublesome Sally, as Mrs Mushroom returned to his vote. It was even asserted that the standpoint,:the decrease blithe' detaaai r.. 'y.. :; -t"

.'.. 4 .. "exclamations, Mrs:;Mush old thing, and she not, be a bit the the other end of the room, "and very, mule was so anxious to reach Philadel- for leis:'labor.% ;BQttoit/iiovtJOj pim

.. '. .F the sofa:and came to the winy..t I wiser." like his father." phia by morning that it would not stop pression is that it is notEyery: .man4 a .

:, :; 1 1i... '"Well, I dun know as I ,was ever "I can, guess who he comes to see," to let Rodney get a mug of beer.. thrown of" employment+by the use
W. 'icbject' ft1 e remarks a queerrold'lady'yer she added, with a sly look at Ellen. a' ,
,
;l.' 'I. called much of a ,beauty," said Aunt The story-telling continued long after of machinery. becomes'. .... ,1'competitor, in.
it.. oddly dressed, little dubiously "but there This observation completed the sum some other branch ,of IabOr..hich'int11'D
:$ Sally, a the wine was drunk, and, unable to '
:t:" rlid Wa'lln front' of theg6eheldan' of Sarah Belinda's ill nature especially
1'tJi
,
..'f .' ain't, many gals now-a-days that can endure the thirst longer, Dr. Edwards has, the. .tendency lto; educe,the
, : : '>''' : umbrella and a as she was conscious that Ellen was reeeived the.laborers engagedin
., hold up 'a candle to me as to work.I borrowed Mrs. Edwards' figured pitcher wages by
} hand and bad areticule looking unusually pretty, the bright ,
t. "'her...:' -,. didn't get, up about noon, as most and went: up to the "Jolly Post Inn," that branch of prodoction.< Thia
cheeks and
color of her naturally pale
ann. gals do now, drawdling through the which is still standing on the main is strikingly, illustrated the grocery ,

t11e.tree t talking loudly' and gesticula'tlywrth rest of the day doing bits of fancy sad eyes giving to her a new beauty. street, Frankford, and procured some trade., _Machines .and!:.akiued labor:employed 1 "
ftt. her umbrella to the "Bold faced thing I" elm muttered. .
work an' sich nonsense. No; I was up beer.Near the State House,at that time, in weighing and pecking;goodscan

<. I'who was taking out of the coach with the snn and happy and busy as a "She and Aunt Sally are just of apiece. stood a stable, and from it came an immense ,put them.."'up ;cheaper,; eater:and,,
a rt of'pateelsamlbundles and I do wish the old thing would go home.I th\a "
the
,, reliable averge
bee all the day long. Father had one. number of flies, which Jefferson more ,: ,grocer;
what to haven't taken a bit of comfort since '
know
lf..J vldentyzdid not of the largest farms in the country ; then averred were British flies, on can do it, while goods ready packed can

t 15fl :)#;: The look' of languid cu- but help was skurce, an' if there was she came." account of the way they punished the be handed put with the.utmoat facility

l.bJ ia MiiMusbroom'scountenancefjrhanged; plenty to eat, there was plenty of work Apparently-- quite- oblivious to this unadorned pates and thinly clad ankles and freedom from'.,mistakes;by a much,

i'f one of astonishW benevolent wish, Aunt Sally began to cheaper class ofemployees than the .
too-which ain't by no manner of : of the siguers. Rush declared that grocer .
4 t1 eii'dismaY.fiU't' admire some lace and white satin ribbon would 'otQbrWlse have/:to* nyloy wx
+ means the wust thing that can happento Franklin never looked so,quizzical i as ; ;
be!-:yes' it.is-as true as either. I she had been buying."I The grocer cannot Jonly get,.along witk: .
a boy or to a gal hope when he coughed and said : "We must a i-
4 it's Aunt Hooker 1" mean to get some like this; just ,.
Sally
[ but
: that youv'e brought up your daughter hang together or else most assuredlywe a less number of employees, also can*

1r ;!. .I; ,thought, Aunt Sally : an' my namesake to work, nee what I've been wanting for a cap. shall hang separately this week's employ those of a cheaper classy The!
.t'she'ls. "Just think.. of her yellow face in
111.J. / result is constant ; ; *
'-.j ll ." \" I Eliza." work," while 'Hopkinson declared hedidn't a' depressing; ,

:;1-. I,'' ;<..and''could buy twoonses Mrs. Mushroom was, spared .the anything so delicate I", said Sarah think Hancock had so much fun bearing down.,the.'wages'whichilahor'; I

"" .'."(, ... i, 'such' as this, is, and live. perplexity of framing a reply to this, Belinda, with a, giggle. "It"would in him as when he made a great elbow receives, and,Which.,musV. : in.".theinear,: .:. :
'Pr" : Grandfather left her look like a full blown sunflower. .
'l '\> style: which would accord with her aunt's flourish and signed his name to the future,command the< beetutentioQ'oft-. .

:ftfl"., .pcopertyanda.art ., so did_her. bus- rather antiquated ideas as to the education Aunt Sally happened to be looking I. document. "There," said he, throw- ourstatesmen to,,prevent' .extremes.of '
-
q fr: i'. ; of youth, by the conversation that way as she said this. Perhaps her ing his head back and laying his quill poverty and wealth in :thls: conntr7vr .

l lianfder what>j>oasessed her to being suddenly turned .into different. suspicions were aroused. down, "Johnny Bull can read my name which all admit,are.greatly; .) be,deprecated ;

5.' l_?: .There!. she's thumping on direction. "What did she say?." she inquiredof without spectacles." It was long after The;,'dfflculty>rf .;tb8;1ita-7

: :f,"i. ._... wtth. her"umbrella 1=Diesn'ttgjif5 The sharp, black eyes that'were Ellen., sundown before the party adjourned.The tion is further enhanced by ..thel'dencyof :.. ,
. ? Do Ellen colored and remained silent.
enoughtoringthebeU to into
capital organize
around the apartment soon great;
t: wandering house in which this knot.of .
a ijij ,tothedoor before the servants "Tell her that'I said it would be monopolies which control: the .
: spied a pretty, modest looking girl the ,t.more!
gathered was octagonal as
'w j patriots ,
.fGOOcinessr there is Mrs vastly becoming," said Sarah Belinda. i important forms of machinery oiganIe. :
ti..
;
j in a remote corner of the room sew- Frankford people call it,"eight-square.'! )
?1 : Mdtie:pu tmgber head out "Why don't you speak ? sail Mrs. them into a system and use.them.u. it? .

,: :at ""Wb+doictosee"what. is:the mat- ing."Who is that? One of the Dut- Mushroom, sharply, as the old lady It is of Corinthian style,elaborate work- means to tax the many;for the benefit '
'f .1'+"" manship, costing as much in its time as :
; .
the
t ml! *, should else her looks belie repeated question.The of the few. As oeiat.edeapital.organized .
I or ,
'"',.. tons, say; and would build a modern cottage. It >
-" of the gentle
.. $nj&rbom hurried to the door, face usually as corporations which .
.,11. her." covers an area of eighty feet ; it has a ,. ;are practicalrly l
rfl'" r. #O;there before her, and.had. ; "It's cousin William's girl," replied quiet girl flushed with indignation at porch and eight Corinthian columns. immortal hi",their, duration,already

;gold lady's ire by asking herf" Mrs. Mushroom. "She hasn't any this question. Each side of the house measures six present the most important \Apolitical '

kwatemptuous stare, "why didn't "1 am willing to do anything in issue of the tunes and one which cannot .
I took her out of charity. :
home, so feet with the porch, ten feet. Littleof
,
.,.-tf. !! .>'";.the. other, door.?" "Coasin William's gal come ,to reason, Mrs. Mushroom, but I cannot the original house romAinbut be much longer ignored.. ..N...Y.. 'JutHee... .j
tell falsehood I And I
will not :
and I a ;
'mean
,, <. ,\. Iido. ..'you you. young help you out of charity ? said Aunt think it is a shame to ridicule before through all the patching and renovatingthe m.m s
:t telling me to around
., go Improvements.. oj' ...
1r '.f;' Sarah smiling benevolently on the original pattern has been preserved.The i
and kind
old
en door?" she exclaimed, her face an lady, one so
lllf. .
; kind of her I'm summer-house stands in the rear } *
"Very I
: 'flourish of her blue blushing girL and generous." A German has invented a safe which;

;tr' sure." "Do my bidding, Miss, or leave the of the residence of F. K. Wamroth, in addition to the custo'mary'wjlls'and"' *

'- "Just like her father," added Aunt which is off from the main street. has1aH; 'attachmect that '
i Mrs..Mushroom was at house," said Mrs. Mushroom, in tone doors of steel, :'
sae ? '" t >
Sarah turning Mrs. Mushroom;"I've Jefferson fond of visiting here anv"
she was too anxious toY ; of suppressed fury. was ; on being touched immediately flares

lII th@ of her wealthy heard your husband say, often and "Tkere really need,Niece Eliza," it afforded him a pleasant retreat ,from electric light,on the 'scene, and?\V
graces often that he didn't know what he to her feet I the excitement of the day. The walk time prepared
: dissemble it, as well as said Aunt Sally, rising as same uncovers a plate. ,
she felt at her unexpected' would have done when he first went'mto heard quite plainly what your daughter that led from the back of the mansionto on which the burglar's photograph: 'Is' .. '

USC And she succeeded admit.h business if it had not been for Cousin I said, my hearing being remarkablygood the little summer-house was shaded taken while an alarm is.sounded:.: ... *

t William." for one of my age. And as, she by huge Lombardy poplars, which was Mr. R., H. WadlowV a Brooklyn,Ga.,* I

able forward with beaming Mrs. Mushroom colored at this allusion has expressed the wish 'that the old called by the writer of the "title deed man, after ,three: & ',hard;work
a
.to what she gladly.would have forgotten fool would go home,' I will take the of our liberties," the "Dark Walk. study,has finally Invented and I1 teli

.' i [r$ aunt how delighted I am but her friendless dependentcast next:train for that purpose. And as In those days the house stood"close to i a new way of making shoes_ The; Dd"'j.'j.
,
:(,.' -John-, take that trunk and a grateful glance at the good old you have kindly proposed turning into the road, which was known as the I tire uppers of \these: shoes are of -

;; ; lady for this kindly mention of the the street the child of your husband's "King's Highway," and was the com- piece, with no sduns 'that' toUc1l .
_. f to the
Ice1s: the ,room over
) up '
** father she loved: and mourned. benefactor, I will take her along with mon thoroughfare' between Philadel- foot .They are'.made with an'adjnsta= :!1

piibMhed and astonished footman, Aunt Sally made no secret of.the I me. Come, Ellen, run and pack up phia and Bristol. The New Englandand ble instep and fastened with_ buckles 11

object in making this unexpected visit, your things. I think I have now found New York delegations to Congress, his own invention ,
IOO,3dea'that; the new comer
way which was to get acquainted with her some one who will be a daughter to me ,who used this road, regarded Dr. A Turin jeweler.has made atinyboatformed $;
.: gip related to his .
:. heiress. and the Enoch Edwards' home as a "half-way of which shape }
', obeyed; and Mrs. Mush- namesake and expected in my old age, use worthily a single pearl; .
I shall leave behind house." it assumes in swell concavity. Its sail'
and do all you can to please wealth me.
., ''thgway: to the parlor with "Be sure
.4 M-. !expressions, of her delight her,"said Mrs. Mushroom toherdaughter. Aunt Sally was as good as her word ; The first public observance of the is of beaten gold studded with dia- .-j

;trtirhich she inwardly styled i We are the nearest relatives she she went home that very afternoon, signing of the Declaration of ;:Indepen- monds, and the binnacle ,light at"'the' ;

:e if cards well she taking Ellen with her, much to the dence was made in 1778, when a portion bow is a perfect ruby. An emerald :|
and play your
awkward cir1 has '
you
, and annoying will,be likely to leave you the greater cbargin and disappointment of Mrs. of the signers gathered in the Philad'a. serves as its rudder, and its stand Is a, *,

of her property. I don't know Mushroom and her daughter. city Tavern. The city had just been slab of ivory. It weighs: less than half |
*
; you say; child ? said part the British that the an ounce. Its price is $500U. ;.x '
so ,
shall do if she doesn't, for we This feeling was by no means lessenedby evacuated by ,
yy asp after divesting herself what we .-. ;
income ever reading in the paper a few months : rejoicing had a double significance. "" .. .... :r
our "
; beyond :
a"kjand bonnet, she sank down have been going out." later the following announcement After the banquet the people gathered. In the Supreme Court,at,Providence, :;-..;/

x: '&fed'chair that Mrs. Mush- since So you Sarah came Belinda did her best to secure "Married-In Woodville at the There was speech making in the afternoon R. L, FannySprague :was ordered:,to v. .

up to the fire for her acv of Aunt Sally, residence of :Mrs. Sarah Hooker, and fireworks In the evening the furnish bonds within twenty daystothe |v;.;

,r. lfdeafanthearva-"Speak a little louder; consoling'herself.the good opinion Jor this. forced comr :Richard Morton,. Esq., of New York I whole celebration concluding with a amount of 53o6r\-00 and Mary tS rague4- *. S

< word ridiculing her peculiarities., :City, to Miss Ellen Dutton, :of. 'Wood- .. cold collation andYtbe hurrahs. of ,the' to the amount of 180,000.. i assignees # ::41of
conviersation.3'' *' r plait by ..: -. "' : the Quidneck Company's steclr. 'Ra f" ., ,.
which vaie. .
hted 'word and manner to her face, .
to see me, hey?" added of; .

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jvI 'ThiYI'li Jr n.. _oifMonit .J .....aDdl.ull BoW.oer1bem 8al41Jr plmpllW IDL"J o., omJUa. Lwinl for make.close connections with till:, :, ',.

i day:: : "Maowifitt'bocafheightZhe .'Ban nllaweD-bcnra and.Cattle Powder facttIW oU 1DOd tnhlr' LAY. '--0-- Points In the Interlor.d' .:."

l| 1ir 4 M i thin.liver ofalihi4bot'tnellingthat '=::t.1I, Powder worthUM U absolutely; that Sheridan pan and Mod AKE HENS And with steamers at Sanford, forPointsonIndlanlisl .'..1.; t 7 ..

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earth pe ,
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...... ....... UjJlk* Sheridan Condition Powder. DOM. one tMmnfta to w.ptol It is the constant aim, and intention of Returning leave Enterprlseat7aetmad' .>!(
:IiMiii ;Betirvrf : 8cM4."J"bu....or MDt !II mall k II cca.: hi lump 1. g.JOHMO *Cow; Loco 1
*, the publisher to give to the readers of the ford on arrival of train arriving. at,.Jack .1.l
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u iri- ,adrift'and is badly WALTON, WHAN Early next moral g. ;;, 't:
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siest '
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te '., II.m... : .:.. jjM Lines for all points ;).(1$ "" <: ,..,. .
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.,;- etrr':'J" :' ,...! u. ;? Prow BItAKD o NORTH EAST AND WES'1.tii. >.<
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For all points between Jackaonyn Yj .
Wirvijtm; !' ri' ) Palatka,take one of the eteamen
) L s Tree and Manure.PREPARED
Orange Vegetable Market wharf daily,Sundays
; ,.,....,.. .. .. Twenty columns of Selected a.m- exc p
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A .... I FAST MAIL. : '
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( :; rtf -j: tTJi EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit etable growers of Miscellaneous Reading Core ;; ,.
Leaves Jacksonville tor
Green
l1i.11Waq: ;.tUlePuuioaran Or- Florida. 'It will produce a heavy, but sound and healthy growth growing trees, I, : .
gan4Rut: ,WIJ&fo;it! Boy at once and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit. I II II I Tocoi and Palatka. ,.:,,., '''4i" ,;,. :
'- and en&reh'tbe: "IODg' hot summer months IT WILl. GIVE nursery stock and.vegetables a 1lnxurlant'growtb and in the I -AJJD-' Lake steamer: MAGNOLIA, leave. : ;.t tl,

with_tatsiexuidlasaa7he HArvest Home latter tends to give good size and quality and early I. Central Railroad wharf at-a. m,. daQy..,. ,-ti
stl1J.JUOftJortoJNever- inlnd if you maturity.Plh'EdPPLE I II day excepted.returntng same day. ; ,

havgn''f got>tue..cash;;",Have. you not IT IS SPECIdLLYEECOJIJIEXDED I i Nearly Ten columns' 'State For further Information apply at'i bet R {f

heard. otj... ..... ", ._.,. '' I' Ticket Office corner Buy and-Laon. --1.,,,,,.. i..."r?!::'
.._ '( _' "'''.!' ':. WALTON AVHANN & CO. .W.\.TSOy.v... .1,:tW.R. ;<
County arid Local News C.B.FEN WICK,Gen.Pass.Agent.*i., ?

;;t lttMM { ATE8'k ': Wilmington, Del. :

.. ..... ,. SPORTSMEN'S EMPMI I ScI
." W' -' "I Atl Captain McLean of the sloop "Agnes" to bring you a tact /the

....' "'- '. .. -R- : PRESENTED: WEEKLY.. : 'R. {.- S RIMGtUq i:

t-- PIMBA1IJNGAN; I SALE p PLOW BRAND.

.,.. ....... _. .. Tandcrnist- 118fiu'a
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/ ; ': JNO. ANDERSON, of Ormond Agent for East: and South Florida. Birds &animals mounted with. some !J:
And donTt Voqknow that during' the for Anatomy. <.>>,_ .
'mo 1thi Arign'bG'and JOB PRINTING.JOB .
; September .ah
j yopfMn buy atXbwEsr..KoCK BOTTOM COLLINS CO. HARTFORD Everything appertainlngvto'and
fishing .)
CasbB* Mtrcp yiigjueti&; little -cash PRINTING.' and reasonablerates.-es1'
went at
down.and btuuBce.'Kuyember."1st. without ". "
lnt rfestU's.aded;sure feet, and Established 1326. JOBPR "TIKG. Also dealer in ,,the .
i you can't _veone'red cent-by' postponing ,., brand .Asbestos Celebni..i.

purchase.nidilyour! cotton. comes" .In. ready for use. The
Here"tine the t teruuiMidsummeKSpecial. .oIr':Ji. .c:'. -t- paint ever introduced 1

use., Oil stoves in great. variety., suitable;t .
for,family or boat use. ; ..

'. Our Job Office is well for LINSEED,OIL ARP.A.1TE1? :PBl.Pratt's : }
< ')\Jf"' 1: ....; """'l .,..-i!' -,'h" ;;. -. all kinds equipped of ex- ;;'!i

... .. ecuting Celebrated A tram Oll.al
:V- r .. JIJ'i

$25.J. Ca.. .h.,..<...=> .waPiano."'tJ 'tot'h -. 5 t : Ii: .' PLAIN& FANCYWORK, STOCKr:;:

/t.$18 Cash dOwn on an 'Organ.And : i U'-
.V h J Triple plated "Table" ware frorn.:tlte!.
the balance "tv 1)ei1st next, COLOR &ORNA3IENTALWORK House Holmes, Booth &IIafdrn< 't.i: .
without'one'pent'of Interest Rock' Bottom Lanterns.Razors Combs Nick.:7actta .
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Cash Kateg.: lTo interest advance
: In endless
in price, Andlf.;whenpy.daycconie84yoa MANUFACTURERS :OF variety. g ;.

caa'tyrlleashntlo.--will giveloaget'jimeWdth'areasonable RULE & PAMPHLET WORK, Tobaccos'Plpei f.j
,to. Cigars, *

,; of prooe "lckedn3'.LacJden; ; .&increase Bates. Axes Hatchets Picks and all smokers' article

: she3?' 1cb&u.che Ballet I Da- ETC.,. ETC.Titusville When you cannot. ,find, i
via,I; Qb.tAn4k'ArfonPianos.Mason ,& *. t. .
Hamit4Picrard*.Orebestra1.*'and Bay AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY what you want in the other stores.In .nt-.t l ?

State'Orgiwf.v.'Every jfrade, and style. TOOLS Indian River Florida. I tusville just give R. C. S. a call "Jujd3. .oi;;; -
: FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also will be sure to get suited. *i.
Allwl&Amtikersefiawesaad'fttllp? : guaranteed :
"S ;" Jfo'steucil instruments sold.. A ; FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS WeflileJ-an Female College. LEGAL. .

V leading selecfloh makere.H Coin"otef* $00 styles days'',from test trial ten I: Of all sizes and prices from $j to'$30, Also, Plowing Machines.: IAOOY, GEORGIA. ... '.a- ."'e .....

'given., ,:We pay.all freight:if,inj train en tIs Farmers will receive valuabe: Information, catalogues, Ac. The FortY.s: ith Annual: Session will NOTICE OF INSOLVENCY. .; '.
( ,begin September 19th 1883. The ',
not satisfactory.'"Six. -months- .. exchange by writing to the makers, most In County Court. ". ,sr j," ;
priynegegltfelr:: elegant College buildings in the South, Brevard County, 'J+
COLLINS_ & CO.. 212 Water St.. New York.IPARSONVILLR6A furnished with all modern appliances FlorIda. : ,

SPCIALARGAINS looking to the health, happiness and com- WIIIUE.tSFanny A.Joyner Aihninis'au{ f'\

"this'ihontli ohrVjfraiid' .Clearing' Oat fort of its inmates. Unsurpassed advantage's tratrix d>!he Estate of J..VV.Joyner*de;/
in Literature, 'llusie and'Art at ceased late of Brevard county.Floridt.1.1.
r Plano new Sale:3100$ome not first-class'1'iauosl'used a uonth, offered nee..r)1 $ moderate rates: Apply for catalogue to having filed in the office of the Connw l.t#

fl"ODI'eW.t.o-8100 under tegulaiprice,. on Rev..W. C. BASS, President, or Rev. C. Judge ot said county'd 7 vrittea suggestion -'t', :',
rasy ,ayinents of 823 cash.-and. balance 'V: SMITH, Secretary. -JUG of tbe insolvency'of said estate:''str:.J'.{:'t
Aad will eompl.t.l v..hue the HoM In th*. who wUI tab ONE PILL Notice is hereby given to all person:
,$10-nnonth'. Sold only,.to make room WEsusmkma.bennt.ndto.oa.db.ahb I
EACH NIGHT FBOM OSK TO TWELVE ,I1.acbNbtoinpowlbl.. the ,_
stock:' rorean.Final.ComplsiN.l1..RWb..ao.oul.PA7deiu.m.th.mhbb Valuable having claims of any nature against ,
for full Write for Special Clfculars7aniJfnH m J'Taeli. Sold nUJ.llan.. Property
: line of"Piano and Organ n HU bJ for n.nUIII.tslllre. Stnd for pumpbln. Z.8.JOH2IBOH*OO4jBoMan.BUM. For Sale !, said Estate, to file the same,duly authenticated .
I in the office of the County Jodf'''T i
Cat3Oi 1 sent'! ..AddressLudden
ei; ; Thirty acres of land in the
City Point of-said; county on or. .before the 3d day ok .'
: : .'&'::Bates' A TRIAL OF THE BALTIMORE JOBBER Hammock. Splendid new galvanized March A. D. 18S4, at which time there '#: '.

-, Wire'Fence around twelve acres. Five will be a pro rata distribution of the said'Estate
'WILL CLEAKL Y. SUBSTANTIA TE ESPECIAL POINTS. OF EXCEL among the several creditors entitled
SOUTHERN MUSIC: HOUSE Hundred young and healthy Orange trees ,
LENCE. thereto, and the said administratrix- ;; :

: YA C1's'GA' .. .. 1st-It is the caie running press made. 2J-It is as strong as any press .made. Forty%bearing trees. Beautiful River disch rgCtt. .' :::0';
: ;, 1. S3 It i is the most durable press made., 4th-It.will do as good work, as any press Front. Six acres as fine cane and banana Witness my name as County Judge of -iit.

i .' "Ol\TL 'S20:. made utl*-It will take less to keep it in repair than any.press made. 6th.LatLut land as there is in the state. Adjoining said county this 27th day of August A.WD.1S83. .
not least) It costs less than first-class made. .J. A, McCBoKr, ...
any press
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the
.1t ji
': }. l j Here is a good opportunity for. any one Tituaville, Fla.,Sept. G, 1883 19.6m.: ;

:,ii. .,ftj. desiring: to make a good investment .
.... ; as NOTICE. $
: _. .....z.r the .
place must be sold. *
Titles perfect. Six months after date will present to :
Parties intending to purchase can make his Honor J..\. McCrory, Judge;pf-the. .

enquiries of Dr. G. Holmes or lIon. county court of Brevard county'FJs. mj '
.1 N W. H. final accounts and vouchers as administrator -
For
f Sharpe. terms and
9 further of the Estate of Samuel Moore late j.
A ; '. particulars address. P. Perham Quit- of"ud county deceased and ask(grand -M

.i 7 man Ga. or R. Perham City Point Fla. discharge as such Administrator.t

confer with Captain Peter PmxKas D.WESSOX.: Administrator. \\\1
t Wright of March :!), 1883. (IS.6ms 7.:. 4
{ : Y ;* the fast sailing sloop "ML;t" who will ..';'F
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i ., carry parties to fire the property. NOTICE.'V 3;

.t Land Office Gainesville Fla. t
.
r Aug 101SS3. / ,
..' = r NOTICE is hereby given that tbf.f -'" .::/
OCIS waU[ All [tt[IAltt.
::ro. of '
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nentCewgIltlprup. T.usROOd, lowiug-nametl settler has filed notice'
.1.., if .y. ... ) .. ;t. IIeelailm,, 13oWbydNRKlet., his intention to make final proof iu support -",.' ,<4
.'f ;?:;;PHILADELPHLV of hiiJ claim, and that said proof will' J
be made before A..Stewart, Clerk clr .,
t.fbSINGER MACHINE L.\GU.\SGC cult court at Titusville Fla., on ThurS; '
>rHS tea: FEMALE COL day November 1st 13S3 viz: GervalsSchlatw : :
! :EQcAi To day.firsts cf,nrp MARKET.XTne r LEGE.1SS3. of Micanopy Fla., Hd. 117W! for". f"':
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'E above cut represents the most popular LAGKAXGK, GA. 1S4G.. the lot 1, section 7 :\0'lot3 1, and 2 5Uo'V i;

style for the people'which, we offer .' -.... I! '<.l>ens Sept. 12, 1883, with full facul tion S, Township>> 26 S. Iarie.31 E. !1:
for the low of 1c- .
price .e20.
yon very .. to aprove
< ty. Thorough lIe names the ;
.V inember, we do not ask vou to pay until :. ,J.::.' .1.r ... .. l instruction in English,Lat following witnesses Pad ,..
,: have seeri'the machine. After ,. ,.V Jo! 'J.\ '"i. 'n4 in, Greek, French, German, Music and his continuous: resilience: upon
having I'"li'
you '"':. Art cultivation of said land, viz: WUfuuir'ilathison f."
.1-Y". guaranteed. ,
Ii Special
examined it if it is not all we represent j #.r. :", ':''':;:" care is bestowed ''
l. Stewart
F. S. mslc\.IIICus R. :
'" in
VV return it to us at; our Consult .- upon young pupils Preparatory department *
expense.
W .4\\\: fitting them for and Joseph Dixon'of JIockledge. Fla. ;:
: interests and order at send college classes.The
your once, or ; ; : ," :
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1. 'A. UAIWO Kejjister;; ".fJ.
for circulars and testimonials. r'; .JO' ".I'\\ ...' llege-home affords comfort and ; .
, : parental 1C. Office V
". } 3w U. S. Land ?
mtf oversight. .
The 1
Address CHAKLES Wood & CO.. .. "i' : "" buildings are of olid
/ fro::17 N. Tenth St.'Philadelphia. Pa. 't.. ) 't". masonry; grounds are ample and beauti- 10 TICE.,, ; t i
;: March 8\ :&5 'CmHOiPATENT' : ... kV'M ful.Situation is high and noted for health- present
'b ;;U L.:1.: """, .J }Ii Six months after date I will
; : ....f': 'l"'J....re..:C" .'' ';j'-. fulnesa. Annual charges for board,Ac,and Honorable .3IeCrory, Couuty Judge 'j
il NO PAY. >io.;' J ''''1n tuition$206 ;
: '"iJi1:". >. O't music and use of piano $GO Of Brevurd county}Florida my Seal aC'j:, j
./ niT'CIITC Utitalnotlfor"Mccuanlcal dorJI 'sue. V V S t Address Jolla' W. Haw, President.- connts and vouchers as administratrix or.,. -V ,'
and.I Labels.Ell I_O'All:vices preliminary Oompoands'Designs examinations. I."i the Ur. No the Estate of Bertholomew Einig deceased -- .;; J. J
welNlfttJoa.
i oa to patentJibflity" of inventions tree. Our PAYSDNSI Uae4 with&IIJ' .a. and ask,for a final discharge free the*-. 1
l_ '! nJnido forobtaiains,1'atcnU" is sent !roe'f' .,; oJ. All Size Presses, Type and'Printers' Supplies. Catalogue free: ioganylaDd atlre work on,linen..Po &eSnSrSL..rfordeenrsE.tnblLhedaOjeaw administration said Estate.., VV, .'- -. ']i
.. '..'cvotjTrtoew.: AfiOress-LOUIS BAGGEU CO 21 ... OJ( t.nnW JIED&L DI....... .'C. I. SA.\Llko1LAdmiuistratis,. :,1
: Sollciton orTaleats, Washington,D.C.' 17 :, J F. W. DOBilAX, GERSIAN STREET,BALTDIOEE,MD. INK (' .goldbpan Titusville
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"''&heleJdawitb gm \DIUe wile:; !. f'A.erasIaa uric'..uaad. O.bn4pgi diAO4'.} 1'J. :. p rfunoesfrom ioeei, and.thIa- artwas east'spa ;the.t ymaaga 1 ri'' ,
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.UA, "" 1.1oRh u My tittle.bedofflowerf to.tend; \L 4; acquired-bytte: fqin.OTitiie .>tp fnUnued to Florida, and ;from. ; ':Maine I to .C Uf -
( ID'. belbtit. 1, Where'grewmy scented pinks, tintay' i thfr ".asVto.1,hi. wesiijt I ornJa.. "1-'. ......- .....' ,.'I'"<..'. ,...f-.Jr."i. ": 31-'
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,.,.r---..'II'!oqt' ..:-"live.. .....:' -'J peace' .".., !fMc"1,.. The" .r*creeping'*-'H 't wftch-giaa... .'' 't has h'Itrwsy' ''iV:= 'JBat ,where 13;-rgeL- plantations,.. : vated. I Iexpres Thereate''no*, is; teultvatliund. -\} 3
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: ,_ '-r. seasnns come an lO iI' wg glance&tPoIttll then turDed.' -With wbea my door a.opea wide ; f Dlik"- feds of nilaed.vari'eties. trola fie; :
z:4w Winter i sleep* J. "' ?I; A 4 To breathe the warmt tweet air ofapriag.Tya ... TWhgp" 4 ,y.JU .1J ...... < *t *"*"{ -* *,' '
JmlOpr .). melting'smfle towards'the*1\tte. fragrance comes in like tide. I I 1.at tar: > .o ,,R !".. ate r'.'V'ePl" ciima>t ofi al>;geet,,

.. '.ttL".WaJd tI mFar at purple pmtnes before me*swinrf/' + I l :ro e ., J t8 P-] i'ID .., ..T.1't'J" : ..P.;n-' .W,;.,.:haf....._ru'"
r'.o'uaditiU loelneg n;close by the door. ''' A"
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{ wtn ch'ee + tty Crampton, _keeping house for I Icf The lilac bioe oas M : '* -k,)- t :. bieftYI l" e Pn fussy" even astriped" rose and>a 'pure.green .
iii'alt i_ found Y!uta tV lamed ; "so I > The earliest flower my childhood:bew' I L oId, fbr meet .t.1l.'wn.le onet3p; t.t.ersttt.ebide44aand'; #
.," the.Tari d .WM.r.... E. ,i1Lgl to ran overaud it rnoooon Irtuipevsy,jworn wpmaji true.i 4- t3ats \ : .:. :.
s.' .. ::; !: \ see her this :. medals are still in exlst i\;! kUih'eta F #bd'p: te11P 1 r
t .i'. rimaFcatse b6'Wd; .., > ve been visiting at.myjtlster's. over on Dear cx3mmoiflree'ihi i'needs' norcare. I of collections i.hT"'' >rucgin I with cvcrytlnte e DlpI., e s ;mbz
"- Y' JI.'tt.ttja ,nddJ, and just and -Who.e root ia kny<<4l will livet 4t I sfJI I I tureof Qo1Qr
to-day 6n"bne > ,
: : a1 << Bow many a dreary spot grows fair I Rhodes hafuig arose smd a : ?,,aerpnt s.IJ eli
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stud
a joy doth prove. heard Fatty was here. The dear child With the IIpri ng charm their clusters give I sunflower on lWothar.z*The iftors'in: fords a d drhitost'pti bInih feMi..tjolor.

... M P'''- eritlb\J /I .r"" mustJftlhome-sick, so far awas.jfcojoitt '.The. narrow cqnn-vard in the town : .. .A selection'of,a li"nrrdi'ed'aiIe'ilu'
: 1IlC*not J3X Knows ,and tbe brown
:; ,' thy ewe 't.fragrance ; sealpossesseda
11I1 iillill.J U.upon us still. ..."f U JtexWlBT Low hillside farmhouse, hides its eaves tfes coetinc'but eight.. cto1JaNJ oGe i"one
.deer atmpU.BrjD ... I "She must speak.'for herself. said Beaea\b.&h8'21'ay.neen. ,- .. thy- leavesi.t variftty whiob:>a tiaiS?low trlthe: 'matt ex:r uf8lt's' iae1i ta'bf1thfT\

'j': ':t..;.;' 1fr1-?'::. !aU. .a.Bob. 'the squire, placing a'*chair for :Miss .edb/thejoV'0 ti;l'..i ia4isos touch only inlhe Imajtmatfon of theswI t dung p' deri'tor:t mere.H' .rt_'t?rifl..J"- l"_. .t m""ttr..i4. "; .

-<' ;<1':7f --. -.- rndendfKetth II !oe.fi dODo, 18 riSt:U' flower peddlers,.who cafe fmti iIa blue )rears, by a UtUe pains.in opagun '

,.;. .'.,: 4r ."AiWVPUii10TTA' e But where is.ahs.tdeiMiaded; the.Visitor. Thug 7 Tn>skeet lavish little bloom givert is free much to all: ;' 11 roses and tree strawberries. The Moor- b'1..t1;';v 1l" vvn.iP7r 04o': >:l ... ,...,.I"!',i't:"J"h.-,.J'T

.,, ,-- !, -.. J'' And gvearl.,.uti4.s>latpujll' t .,.utl..l ish historians mentioned rose culture asa may!M ftccumul Ud;aufficieat to plant-
,,y.;. 1 CiD4Yris" \0 -- growing,-worse" '-evr "Why here"said thel equ1r ...a ., I From all the sunny World about. promirii11f.LW. and sliid: "There urge beds: aiid ieltahicwhtapaioef
", \.,.- "" : w.,. ... ... J rind the first flower my childhood knewIs -I "- .">
- ( '" OJi1oqU1zta' ..1J DemfJl "I thougbjb ypu4weer: c q gaited. as ,to the payom woman true. r \ are roses: of, poawyy: -.carnation, iroufd&the.bonte6teii .1ftih lIatdrraIII: ,
;l1 -V \i.t > is your cousin, you Q.y:'! t L..r -..,. > white,yellow and sky.blue.;come of the which aregrbWtf eedt -. ". nz S ,
4 u._f1, 1 'l t"t ... 1 i %% l'"'" I I "sqr'1 ..K'The"'Roae.. last being blue outside and yellow with rant'bi hor '(rasi. bhp#aei '
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:. : _sna 8til stye"cannot: : "';r ee esald. '. The.-rose.*
t: --G ceryidea e lre pJ I ..ftteq"u l :i'ln in.-:_ICstdram'a+ of plants- known -Bosarerj .TothUf ; fiction .of. a'reportett of .those days who fragrancr or/th I.' e' wd'i&ea ;*.

V 1 It's a wonder. ,iliac sun-bonnet shook with severity and mityi belong) oUr finest flower and our Desired to.creati, a';sensatlon for another Hii''h\ : l w.ouldinoijWishv.tb ia"t > *' < > *have-.rtsi/1.. .-***

!,tJ'oughro!'thatrbetore.\"The? 'righteous-jIllli fq<>n aVihe,[ .feast** a"Squire most' valuable fruits. The apple, pear, writer" .. ..stales... .that. .therewere only hispreusiseslQVe{ > oing'withthem' .; .,?t:>,
4t! f&Ii bahll grown up by) tins tt ,. ',ktberlt1nattr. plumpl) rq alnLpol A JM! i I four kinds of roses-white, yeljow' pur- fr.Y.Time: : :- *. rf' ;.. .
.rub
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k of them. Berrian, that's no more PattyCrampton pIe and flesbr color. The }Moors '\": .ad'the.
P t .. perhaps, some blackberry, raspberry and 5 strawberryall ; prac- )" -:;.. .:", 'Y.. .

! t _. ,-IJ'MtijiIfe' f alL, than you are 1 T .. belong.to-this; family,.,with.many ticed somej curious arts such's filling Th'R'' :" ..... 0' ; ', .... 'igr. ': : ..II.t?
.. .;grou, and- a good house; f I "you'v..:! _,-,- im s T qw I rtl' l varieties ,of':desirable flowers,' besides hollow pipe$.Uke'stems, of tees with .t: IrR.! .. ,Jz! ; !
t acaut
)t'-i bit bound,.0. she would be4t j "Then':who;4 a is. she. r?U demande& the the'queen''ofl the'gar en.. Of1 the rose earth, and'planting roses'at the top, soas 3

', '.me'a.. DS.J.fmrmg.s.u .l. i* itself there are)many'ppecieq J -, beginningwith to forma blooming'heai,, ,3hlch, by The habit of.. pawngeaujOveraes., ;

;t .S--.f Q had CQQTZSUi OJL MidOtohnmiesed' p\ezr..;.awl the. common dog or wild rose of pruning,,':-they 4.load <1' wllli. flowers. eonrelln'nioet. ; !fJ"IIftb"lIi: i$! {
. Vl i iin ed'her bonnet-string hi her excite- and old t l' bit1V' J1eJ.
; fi.'in .. .
the fields and woods up to the delicate They may serve as a hint to modem <"" .t
..,gp, -Mf; ':i i- etto U.'F me tbader mercies... of ment.al"f's. J"j:A 4 china rOse;i;the odorous'damask rose of growers, who might thus produce var- tbe gr: __ Jia .. {.. lh 1wt ..
tj .,. "' V : horse his first lesson put ofi t.it
4 abVy/1
"Who TAVjTmpostori !
: --J' of
ious
'. ,t K7.'. ,However: I, mustor Province, which yiqjd&.the. fragrant and orDaoKHal'indpletui flffutSlevicesor "
' Jaiio" ', cpi r'ee I TVhb else could she be 1"", t costlyaitehvand'the delicious s roSes of theadonuneatof: garrteni Adtotos.. ness,bpd e'> }[ o tlleforward

.1 "Miss, Prudence,". said the, squire, I the remontant Xs regards tires !of'ihiapJBrIod ferjfociia;t h .J a IUIdtaI*f
W' tomntit' >n'{cle $rJ !\eflf our gardens, hybrid or : inq rose ; '
, .; rif thDt. O t atiarc1it CO s dnlythere; is a mystery here which :with their gorgeou4co or.apdjth% moss it may-after, aiLbe ..nO mytharCthe five'or-dr feet II'fiiIa:1 wfr'VT';!"<*% !} :' tras'1the'rbpes'throngh't ).

''.i"?iiamm' cliOnger" ... "I wfll_. .unravel. If wnr-give; Die the rose with 'its beau iful buds: The dog yellow ,rose. then written ,of,:was '..notknown et"'pgpd'i,} f6e. u
: r.J..I'.a \1 rtunit .* WbateverPatty's motive ', with its single dower, consisting oleligrl itqwte recent top of the saddle;.Ji. norse..toaw
'supplemented cis requestaplomptpnswer r 'T1 rope, ;9A ;. -
cit i was, n. was a good one, I am sure..1 So ; soft; .MsSb,t : oap \.
iYrt.i
1II ,iciuire of five petals?J, is the,type. the whole ly. tbatai r4eut ..hopefuI.fQ88-; ';: "r i"lt.L.l: )
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.... .. __ 1 "Oh -indeed!" lana iJp )(f 1'1'ru- tunj, ; anal '
- growers +
,,,, 1.-.1 form family, including even the cultivated may still continue to "- ""' ? J
!! grow:
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for
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'.:jtF dence Ketchum. "It's wry 'ea y for kinds;'which have, a great nwot er4 seedlings in the expectation of gaininga up test : minutes iby}

; t ei& It l'Vaa IInarJ I some folks to be imposed' on .bya tdoll- ,so-called petals, but which are really I I fortune by means of a sky-blue rose. making the.roper fast kt:thii,ring,cfr the-.
o yfeee andlJ loE +bf": low''liaii! : saddle. >Th OBJectiQfthiaie ionlsto
1.; -/.itJ.-t': ; w & fens, the e changed stamens and pistils that go to I But though we have not a blue
the'horse tnat"to_c''three' i
-- teach
; '; ; nad- !i< But I thank my stars I never imposed make rose ffrijhjtfifbiift- ch
Mmirwhiis
{ the/double/ybloss9ms. t.'n1eJrose .
,''t 1rI8.. .a was.. lng : pp'
: .... 't. '' is tiregome-'aha'aisVgre bWyDTV
oh legs
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t' in life.
J5 anybody my is extremely and trees more than the 'Moors had and I "
); .forY er'!; wtiO-. ,l'wedding.: long-lived, so JJ.4Vi /* 4 rMr-T.-. 5 Ml'.?
d" :iMto: ad been sick<, 'and I. coulo not. J "I don't doubt, it,! said the,;squiregrimly aiid bushes still exist in Igor.1fhich are modern ttoftiOteijrfustly'' claim ty be andiheld I' .b.-. 1.J,. '. ... rfff'V": .

.!,t....r;J Isti I ..inif al'pre! .nt, 'but Patty,' the I ,while"Miss Prudence, mortally considerably more than one hundred ahead of tie ancients. Everywhere in by i uperlor'power- and, that'ha,

"feel jets',)might go sM kfeepTiSuse1 fo( offended, whisked out'of the.gate,shut tear old. It is propagated"by seed and tie East is the' Iaed of, roses \.Tjamiiscns can not put it:dpiq} rlthattthaf pou-

'. ''i'_" "." ,- .And Patty is the best houseffg -: ting5'$tbehind her' with'arsharp'click, by all the arts known to the gardener, gives us the exquisite damask rose. jtent'ef thafpoiraaatPOtti.hhtJorgetfthere :

?$" ifr, .' a3fAHtftfT.8i' ntlUu"-L J'.H.'StsteIt.1.3tr r like the's iiM of a steel trail 4s by layering, by cuttings- of the stem Cashmere 'Barbary imd"Bgyi t$fl con -ideaa'heede tetanldll'OtreAougfi ; t

l ,'Gll> ''aruts"i '( Uth., 'ow,- Patty, explain'everythmg to or rootsrbygrafting.aM. bIll bud ng. tribute the VoW oil err fes ce,4nd in ; tiI8'be''to4r to"ge4p'hlsx f t' irrid, -

?;;";"1k ;ii4 ]"i,.' .'Patty' ,"'utter a.Uh,"r me. .You can, do so-I am sure," >he It has "been'the theme of the most: 'ancient India at the present day: the rose is to do fre4 ejfore'he '..
said in a kind voice. _. in field of hundreds 6f cam rea1il.e.t>lat it A.4apQsidblq'for
...elld the agaUefJIP.bed.1edown: ton rrtrt + + ..poets d. has been,used to adorn grown acres for "
-tn A "though 1. "I ea"ad: ;e"anppased ttywitthbrimming i I the 'gardens of civilized 'man from the the extraction. of_the attar Jtc. rose hlmto flee it, Having gtvertt f lesson

: ;:; t bergsince she was'.... nine eyes and blushing-cheeks, "I post remote periods. Jill the ancient fields bt; BeQgal taei iWeil bWsionally put the horse in the'plaice rrheihthe .ta.fa'
,
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1J{ jean explain it.- -Lam: a- an impostor writers upon husbandry have treated of by modern"writers in terms as habtt ofpdbiiig"tbtlmoet" .gtatut .
.f.". U'-IR--/JIJ t4i .ud".r '("I h' as as:.she : ,-I was at. Mrs. When belifti i loot. .
j.:?;..t. years ago. Bless me, said J the culture/of mess. The'Gthek: Theo- glpwingasthe colors exhibited'joa thd
*
Ul*li" iM!' i itpossiblpI shall be Crampton's,;' she :Rent. on, choking phrastus, and the Latins Yarro, Colu- I brokdlfielis1.+ tteVe tne etluS'aiel foot up by.polling,onto pe;aeiclied% a

; : on& "rl'next biithday7": ; : r back a''sob;; **whenthey got'ybur. letter melLi,Virgil and t. 'lln have all written grown as trees "full fourteen feet high, it, and hold 1L fui' *r.&hprt timft only.%
y"
'd J-E": .o i'bie mJ certhilyor; it:was. a ;.....and, seemed 'SB. if bone of the''girls ,'more or less fully upon .this subject. 'laden with th ugaD.sTjpf.flowers in all 'Theobjec'ohis; essioiiis tvyachJ t.

,!; a-;,( .* .oJ would go to keep house for;yout and I The twentieth.book of liny's "Natural states of expansion and filling the air horsq}that it ensia} oriCy.wh .
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Y errs the f forty y' ars'nrust;, wanted a sitnaUon L}very much _indeed A; .I History3 is.devoted'. to.io6e8,;:and with exquisite,rtrfume.f'Inhe IlotYaller lifts his footiopawthart'tMfl i contrbtJoiiVis

.;; \ "with .thel. quire, for .but of. course I could. not. come only. '.as. they are referred to in other portions of of CasKMeretW!peope*bold a 'taken froMhtol'lVh: *he:learns thii t. :
",:?;;.:<}i&L -' ; ai age'" ,:; i; : he wm proteliy's tdP the :" ..:ti: r,t.uV>>
:" \- bisr.tenhidrsnd the work The cnjtjvmtipf 1.P;(; Lte) feast of roses at the most abundant sea- >' '. .(
:fl :- cite: 'miht i "As my.. niece' ,::;said the squire, gravely flower must have been quite extensivein son of the> flowers;t when"tbedau& for him to get this j idea the. gotumutbe t.
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$?:t, to.I'1I1uc1i .1ounger makthie'hilitde ,;"ot course.. 'f'- f M U those days; for, roses were,used in upon ,the ground, strewn ,with, roses, i taken and heidtlong! ,enough fovUni;

)J{: ._ : 'p tt-h he said "It was CramptoiBfherself who profusion in'the ancient religious ceremonies amid great mounds of them, upon which to realize that it is leld every timik-

\. H\, '."$''J''a- 1 r.:t" glance., 'at the tall first thought of it, and she said it wouldbe ,. but, Awhile ,the flowers were they recline. when.weary.... 'b. 'attempts .,to, pawv:'' In,.this,':..aa jin"e11F?

', '"< .., ; ,.itobd before bier in herrounded .no harm at all ; and I looked'z: little extensively cultivated, the art of propa- At the. '}present" j J.day roses" tfc.are cultivated J teaching and"* ; 4isdplhiary yko ,f

'<:.iu.1 ." berJafY': band;niece,-a 4 eo-r-r?' t : \ gating them, producing new varieties, all over the worii|, but the gardens, the teacher: and governor ne >,a good,.

;:fir ..- er 1MWith" ."smileVV-:* so they persuaded you to perspnate was almost unknown. Still, while of Italy. Spain and France excel in their supply paUeiroeand. .. perseyerance'.i. .
be''littletbouse : ...
; Patty/-d : rose-'cilfayitoTs4 have I "! ; r 4\11
;:: (Pit'i .. modern
It u k greatly .
culture. The
.if *'',_ : moist,' cool/climate! of How' Hdnonf.ire 'Boughitih.J I'Englapdi
I : keeper, said the squise"Very good, increased, the varieties and have improved I r > .
4Aid -
: J you era t Iin to. be my little England favors their growth, and stand- ( ) -
weeperand, order Aunt, Cindy ; indeed I' I and quite satisfied. ... the form and color of the*flowers ard roses are grown there10 perfectionin --, \, ? ..
"riot
's take,care of your old uncle I oan't'stayatiy ibnger; 'wbbed yet" all ,vour}pentofusfoi i in many a cottager's humble garden as When Den'Tteach"wAs'consecrated

'w I j( 1 aid the. squire, as Patty. And I don't know,what to do." quantity is far less than that which the well as in .thV broad igroun'd' '"of' the Archbishop of"Dublin; ne_ Very ptbperiy; )

... dome over the grassy road I cant do anything but keep house, Romans produced in their gardens from wealthy people. In America, the rose passed,"on, the insignia. of;;the;Bath to;

f IIee W "' "And I cannot give you up my little I So enormou was Jhe quantityof flowers death, however, it war claimed.by his
,R I said Patty, demurely; becoming more popular, partly through! .a ., .. '
housekeeper, said the squire. "So, and used that the stories of family; and'tpe'' coon had"to ; ,,
: : 1 olden :yela&heti 4ftr.' grown the enterprise of" the florist s nd partly ',i : rovi" ),
::,'.- ; .1Iae_ ,.bluest eyes Squire :Berrian Patty=I must call you Patty, you set-- the voluptuousness. ',of; the> Sybarites, through the liberality of-the wealthy', a"new one for Dian},lppa;'W l> p

;:- -: IIeen.' since you are no"longer my niece, will I who were not satisfied, with- a less luxurious citizens, who spend thousands of dollars' Dean Wellesley died, h'ia'Garter'.outfit

'bashful she is," he thought. you be my wife ? bed than one of rose-leaves, and !or the flowers Taj: complain $f this as registrar of ,this.order, was,:?''hV\tfce

like,Sister Jape. I severTtwtofulin'myiife.1" And Patty dried her ,tarsI' blushed used three'flowers.abundantly for this I expenditure 'as a'wicked waste and' same way, kept b/the7amilp: and j 100> J

,. _> rosier that ever/and said she would., purpose, are not at all incredible. It is reckless extravagance! is foolish and.. was expended- 'by the, public in/.providing-

.. aotPatty proved'an exV "And do you know," she said, "my certain; however, that the Roman gar mistaken.4,If any complaint il flue it ts I a new one for Dean Connor; Mte .six

ri 1 1iIIIII t ;t 1Inn&D1r"D8 l &and her unclecongratulating name really is.Patty. ; after all-Patty deners .possessed some varieties now because of the possession rather than months Dean Connor died,:ahd,.naturally

P ;; ? 0 himself on Darliig' .* f lost and unknown excepting in history, the spending of the money, for it is then enough, bis family".claim to" keep

:, treasure/! "Then it always will be Patty Darling, and which have been sovgbt for by en I scattead.*useful/among; the [laborers his insighla, ,"chain'':ii-< >d ;tuantlean. ( '' X-. '

u 4 4x't: know what I. should do even when you are'Mrs. Allen Berrian." enterprising florists without success : who have planted and tended the roses travagant garment-w"hi1'-@!frdi..to; 1
"r"Well throughout all Italy., A kiuu which : be worn), and nowtiiere ia'a": .fresh demand
,Rf: jon now, Patty," he said.. **** *. I and the workmeVwho have built the ; -
'-""? i ust beginning, to" know what is said by Pliny and Virgil to have rose-houses. Money so spent is like' on the Treasury for anotber. jClOO '

t:;; UH'oIhnnA "ou won't I never heard the beat of that bloomed se -annUal1r, for instance, ; "the gentle rain from heaven ; it blesses outfit for Dean Davidson., Any one--
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:": <; <" -- married and'going .to keep. in ny born days, grumbled Miss Prudence has not been discovered, although it him who givesand him whotakes." In who, through acwpt' D M/!: of, office, b&- ,
I she heard of the
when
i. some ot6ei fellow," he added, Ketchum, has. been closely searched for. this way a man 'of' wealth is a mere comes'ipso facto a knight; ought to hold
= wedding. I saw that girl was a sly artful The Roman gardeners the whatever decorations ,costumes his-
:N possessed agent for the circulation of or
,:' .\.I' ".J piece the minute I set eyes on her, secret of and the money, involves intrtastf Decidedly
forcing
','; indeed" promised Patty I retarding for he call not enjoy' a dollar of his post merely -
she fooled the
fi so I ain't surprised that of their and in this of the'sort shoujd
''; the thought. blooming roses, wealth without sharing, its enjoymentwith nothIcg be'treated

': : as..timid as,, a Food squire into marrying should her.have But to think all continued the blooming season during some fellow-creature. 'ThIs con-, as personal property., unless it is paid

., A the4uire.g. : Jan.Cramptol come nearly the whole year. Florists did not stantly increasing demand for flowers for by the holder..
I.1s the wed- .
that distance to superintend '
want for patronage in those although 11.
days, -
:: their production 'and'thus
.'. in theVin -wreathed ding beats me. JanewiUnevercomehalf encourages An illustrious record'of long and :
,
.. y 'side,of, the brown that distance to help at my wedding, the same complaints which we cheapens them, and enables the florist faithful services isthe brief summary til, 4
now hear of.were made then about the
\ '..- ooat husband's cousin too." to offer a whole dozen:of rooted the life of a Georgia cler Pot _
ymaa
..ad me her own ,; :
r- L Wb sat tilted back in his extravagant expenditures of the Emperors plants, packed, ready to safely Itev
'" easy, Miss Prudence must have been a true and nobles(Rome. go by nearly half a century: the : !;Henry, 1J"
: .chair, lazily fanning: mail, for a single dollar, to every person Crawford Tucker expounded.the tenets ''
aith. his. broad-brimmed hat, prophet, for Jane. never did come to,her Xero spent 110,000 ofr our money for who can find the dollar,and what industrious of the Christian religion, .and zealoiisly ; t'r:

.Btty V with a stray gleam of sunDer wedding. roses alone for one fete, while a tenth person .can not ? And this performed the duties of his sacred bflke '.

golden braids, rocked ; In fact, Miss Prudence never bad any I part of the_sum .spent by our tidemi business ,has of; late; .'yeanrincreased without receiving.doUarilafretum .' _
for her to,:ome to. : -. i, su8 very tecently was ooosidend a 'that '" v <:
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F ,-y.a.lt ""f.,_ Will begin Forty-Uth Annual session Dealer In Physician. lid Sarpa..:,.;l..., ,..

.,r fort tBI..MMMw.file;. ..'." Sept.teachers.19. A Advanced fall faculty course of of experienced study. The i Draft, Madfefciaa, . .. b,.

best advantages in Music,Art,Literatureand 1'&De1'aDd Toilet .Articles.PerfttOT
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.Lair- _....,..tII.II. .':; wants Science.of pupils.Careful.attention Prioee to moderate.all the DJ -ItID, Pastes, F- GRAY.Watch f

pdiu;......... wilr...a:.: catalogue to 14 2m I Vanishes brashes,ft almost Mitksr. and Jslw s iK'AU 1
a .:.1r -. '?liarLJ. *1'jIII. -'Revfor OBASS, D. D.,President. kept by a first-class Drug .
'Et 111I r....... .'. t:)1'" t' Any drag, medicine or Instrument WOBX wA>e1ulRat.'M1; .,J fj l
f J' ..., xY .. or orders left with P.X.WW .
..: : needed by !
", :.. &. A. L. HATCH e.TiOunile or with A.
tidi,... : and not on hand, will be wjUl receive l'OlDpCW..:.r,-
Wi .... D&.U.D IIGROCERIES ( -Prescriptions carefully emcee ondiy. ? &&.,
amt' ..w..ri 4 night or day with accuracy and B. .. WILAOH.

.. "" by competent persons. .:
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-We< tatrs--::'waede. ;,, PROVISIONS eontinne practice of MtfflsiaVTttaaviNa 't y ;.
of the flihalis Jlii.,s new. ; -
pwltYiri Olrtlct CMy Fk.' It DRY GOODS, ....r. .. &a'e.cJ' aadFvUri J; ?f. ;t ..,

.t0 is.ta....lelio..."; .We rat.will.1Iii ft..with.[ I Hariiare ui Boera! lercbiiise, The undersigned baring opened.IEllPAPER at J. M. DlXon', Drag 8i fit:;;''-

t ; '" '- f V. I CITY POINT. FLORIDA. SUBSCRIPTION Bt HAWIJRT,B.B.Jkj.:. "';.\J!|.;,
:brbsE... March 4w 49 r .. 1
:=counting "
-.a a ,,* \Wkevt is..there CONTINENTALHoof Will be pleased to receive Ylattiat Dentist: ,:
'JD........tIII&..aawosl i \
to any frequent trips, to'1ndIaD.. Iher.v; j
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_p.o,1hll-... '-.. r-"r1"'.-'it.>!'v; "'"; ..r< Ointment. Periodical or Newspaper Lake Worth 4c. .. ;)':.t" ".. ,
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-We:r call Medal atteatioa Postmaster' --o-- Address, New Smyrna lIIIItI1I ..
: Cures Cracked Hoofs ,
Sprains, Scratches
Tertsisaieat jf iViiAarJ A. H. AVHAIf. ""
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Bare time, trouble and ;
by
third selUs! I expense '
be'-"I ..fl.. .... artiei I I and Sores in ing to CHA8. H. Justice If th PeMs-lnl., J '
to',. "- .t.....,. tUa A'4'm't
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.the 8h4L. : ": Ho....-. Cattle and Sb..n_ Subscription Agent, ) Paikllc State nt f-rfti-itf'......;
=The o wffl be a- eetfagof n-r- HauloTer P.O., BreTard county, CommlttUmer of Deed*to tat Stslpif }
PKJC2C8TLTAKIA.
Bhic' -A1Wlt" ai tea sroro- of J. Ask your Storekeeper for it, or write THE SLOOP"AGUES Office at'the BanMhrar.. .i t' '...
wood*Oku, on ri:Friday. -p

o'ckMk die JftIIof."-;BeviMSS...of.alaspesteace direct to the manufacturers, commanded by JOHNSON COCR8HHTT..fe.. ,

ue ... adto. M p -at. ,By AMERICAH I.VBRICATIHO CAPTAIN JOHN MCLEAN, ..,. Public, State-a1.Iaa5eand
E.A,**I vwMMHK_, .A.--._ ,; prO Ita Makes regular trips on Indian .?. -.
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$....Ran M Cttf OIL CO. SBK CARBTKS A FULL SUPPLY Justice of the Pews.z

TW'AiUetet,-ed this place Groceries,Dry -. .
day, first of
crtT.PGlUIII&Ihuaday,to Cleveland, : : : Ohio. Saturday eacJa'-:1\
IT game with the AwbUda f Canned Q...., _' Fladi;,;1f-i.. "

: Quite. M autter of people were STANDARDLaundry Hats,, Boots and .Aasara.. ,,L I.p y:'t.,
wtta+ :WWch'wu Attorney
fame "
CeonV" "Mer 7' i
ahoB-I. r.L.is'.., X.V. Ladies Shoes In great variety; Judicial Circuit. OtunOMe/; ; .
:; :--c' Wax
: .A1ntW ; .l' ---'ATHLETES.OBice.. .' new patterns at low prices. (Mr Alms.i.SmflttL.ti.: ..
O..JlV'-ct Sb BedJ-Jd f OAfy Toilet 'V .
,f4rdeq-'I, ')y.. Howell T Preserves Linen,gives a beautiful finish L7e 6 COUXSILLOSS IiJ.AW, :...'
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I Blactp: NOTIONS. ORLANDO, FLA. .....:.1 x ;
Wyott, !h .'. DeCovrosy,:asBobertarf BBice,.lb KanIa; 8m.PIONEER ,and practice lathe IDaae ssv enJ f6._ i
at
Sapreme Court 311*
.:Wager, 2 b labar. -o- S. OOU1'\a&J..YiDe.. ':-
Waller,cf 1 Henry. ; d '. -; i
JohnsonlbHrtcbTlf .McCisethy, GRANGE STONE < ;
% Syrup sates
FIVE
CENTS $2
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(: : .' : .ra.rf. A CAKE. 5. f:'
Score by,irmingsAthletes Ganged to order, on band a general assortment ef: Jf.
ten
,- 4,:9.a, 620; S, Ask your Storekeeper for it. Made by cents oeeaa.STRICTLY \
Awkwards. 1, <;0, 0., ," ,', ; Honey lamia, and Oval '
Umpire, C..Gate.; '. STANDARD OIL CO., CASH.. "
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.bet TheAwkvards a shat floe tad have ben been>> ., Cleveland Braakera E.' L I r a"J. ,!." : '
: : Ohio. From 1st 1883 : '
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little but tbeir..enk pr August : : $2.00 : : >. lyr ;
make good playank .f ....; 18 em
Tanks > e
The Athletes an indebted- FORINDIANRIVER.HARTIS1IWS Ufac
Bays,who 1iDdJ'J tenished and.all kinds of COOPER WORK to. '1J
PAINT
WOIKI.F
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.A ui&;for their pleasure and 'Fi '
reyed them then and T..JODlt80lt. '
back ia
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( : J. BERNE A CD.
conaidjering the light wind.XOTic&. Rockledge Line. LAGrange, .., A 1
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....... ureli of the J.... '
; r.. : The Steadier, "ASTATULA> -; 'i"i"",

'I respectfully invite all persons Will leave Sanford and Enterprise every LUMBER ,MiDT-IOED F1DIB ,
mdt3ocs aa:;teachers to. write Tuesday for Bockledge, and will Will be furnished to order on short .

LtGrmgo.-' also invite trustees leave Sanford, and Enterprise for SalLake at per thousand. and ready for .1
to let,me know,. if, they .have '
teachers. for their"'schools; and and Titnsville every Friday. tLUMIER ft e".ate Use., _<, .l.
state what books they RETIJRNINQWilheave
may
persons! to be entitled draw Lake Poinsett Wednesday I Always on hand. Adapted For TUs Cl oat& '
services teachers. mast hold every C. '
:. 'Certificate, tt ,_time of at 4 p. m., and Salt Lake every MABBUDER 4 CO. of .V

service.I Saturday at 9 a. m. for Sanford. S..RYDER. White Lead, .".
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will be prepared to ,
,... Prompt close connections made with 4-
cants for schools at any time at I BOCKLEDGE 4 Colors In Oil.
daily line steamers for
Jacksonville and Has 'j
between this date aad the time of just received and continues to
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a tow of the., county,of which I. all points North. in stock a full and complete stock of and Wa. Cor7J. ,..' ...,.
} due.notice,. Very; respectfully, } Capt. Joe Smith ceries '.
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:? -- ,* Boots *Shoes, Hats & No. 2G Ocean street, : ._
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A. BXJLDY, Sa p t. of& 3 tf' Manager. I
,- TitMviHe,8epL8d.; 19 !I his great variety and General Mercban .FLOKIPA. ;,
'. *i.iI0st rt W. I. of every description. Ask for for color card and price Tier
of LettersAnd be MOORE, you may want. One price to all., -

,;r. postal cards unclaimed in y General Commission Merchant Goods of every description a Minted """OOk'v..Ii= "j
Office at Titnsville,Florida,Sept .. .J -
. Driggs, Mrs Alice,... one tr AND DEALER IX LUMBER hr...' ,"ijFOR'
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. .P P ...:..:.-.-..... u eto ';
'.,' tJ...Y.. 7, Be O .. a. Groceries and: Will be furnished to order on short SALE 1 '
:; WaUice; Pad 1i mia.. ', u. .'' at '1 .00 per thosand. cottage<< house and lot. ia ,
.Jd ., ..... Dressed
... :. Bourn,' A........;.#..-.;.-.."...-.. B. her from ;'also Blacksmith wheel wright J.;
:"' $y"J... --\--: 'J.UU6... _.,. ".:.....:.!. .. .':-.lT4... ( Family Supplies" j 20.00 to 8?- .OOper repairing shop at Titmsd IC.: :

h Pe eJ- ....... .. ,."" LUMBER & SHINGLES : PitrrogAM>&May., 24 tT. .. :
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'ThigpcnO -t' .
t f. -,'-".'- .-...E1 (Hctiuna,:A ; .'.Titusville, :J" .:lo.I. ., .. Florida. :! ...; always on band. yifR .' W BArnft. ;. j'
(; ,:;-: November 18tlO.4'C': ? K.* 47 .. a. M ;
a 4'' f. ; FISHER. .
f 11 : aotW""ooraenermts 1 nY c...SH NII.U.S.H.selnd -I''''
zDT at C0..6Jr; mamut 51..RutxklpUi.fa. ">1

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