The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00065
 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 13, 1883
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00065
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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are amplest and In destitute J
very n.b'
rcpt latioa 1 the, *oyagear, the ,. dUBenlty 'win be N ( ," ir
(descriptive: of ther hunter. and the Bed Man of the forest. circumstances."TTncUMTom. I elect overcome. Let them ....ni..tIie-/ ."}

."std. fa.environments... ,to.'be. In'amcluaVoh; I may say.that in a somewhat Attritten hat 'the' best men to only fill strictly oflke AMM in and ofxtei to4Ia,.. Ze nets,twri. _o *]| t'I ensue
barn and atables in Brevard. every their gift, men .
:.. _11'L"' a-tome wide and observing experience hi whose bound 'tor :he ,. LbPiM .S.. :

'r' ........tIr 81atIo peataMLoaiari'nty the south and southwest I have nowhere "Old Joe" says his criticism was Intended capabilities and standing in the thfag Iflkecheek ....-*,fcoie*_ .' ;
? fofod so healthful for the party are unquestioned--Let the teekfeMM
school office
'Iio-\rf "I prop .e, andddftghtfal a cli superintendent and defies therein OO notes and '
mate, one so acceptable to the < ,sat the mans 1M iee this should :themart twenty
pleasure him to shoot his of ,
": JT, .J? ipYg my unfltness far. the. seeker and to those Who are affected with biggest gun. be theme *. volume..''When the note is ia..ed it is tern'
An observant guano
:scale arbeet a few. pulmonary: rheumatic Boddedge man says the from the book
ay and
:. other chronic leaving:'onthe-'stab the'
JI ,., asiatai....ag'i..tnres .of.tbJsMnTportion :. diseases.. Nature has been lavish of her next senatorial question will be-Hardee Let all political demagogues and poll amount and gar< of:the ..: .
.' ... wealth and beautiful 9aarpe ticians per te remain at home few to wheat
and or ? where
: of oar i.i scenery, pure it is sent and the t-c4to addnev i '
bracing sea air, the ever-throbbing and Parson they can do.no damage to the po The' :
Swain is people.
his of a Sharpe man. HM
fr. : j + .account its hitherto remoteMB i TfK milintrtiMt the notes ahowsigai of.boring: heal
iAe *"J frupldncaa vhich I opinion. that the Hem should have Let every democrat consider himself (M -t ,,haiID;,; :.
jpiftt, ofi keeps health and put worked
thoroughfares cheerfulness off the
.,. at their, he is in as iaaaaiaaaa knotaijia.
> /1,0. ) honor bound .to .r
't. i li comparatively l unknown best, and there is no need for the him before Wager or Wilson preserve pure e1[ The
_, .... jaded, and intact the at&, dirty ansta I .ai.corny doaa..
business fundamental
man or By the the ex-editor principles of
nervous invalid of the NetIII
to way
t truly a fcrrtf tn go add to their
'' '- 7 I elsewhere to find health for the body.ana"rest was entertained by his friends during his the party and ballot box, and see that no atsaditmer, asid r far 'i.,.
iwiklnower until looks
lately, has; for the mind ire concerned the notes
and new
I eye. late visit to these dishonest or vmtortky party is put in office. ;. ; _
on viands
I t..eenad parts produced not a < '
fragrance I Among many lessons self-reliance Let them make favofabk Jsma .aaieL.' ,The
a, ; '" "i : 'scarcely neceisaryj4 being. learned by the young people of at home. His commentary was, every primary meeting, see lathe.work and enftavjig ka'flM"in

Jt oa a ho1hH general knowledge Florida, not the least important to,. the "bully for West Brevard. that no one is unduly selfishly endeavor deed, and it wm dhleult .'::

i b of fact that they need not go abroad to seek Captain Ban of the steamer Gertrude ing to manipulate that meeting; and fan a i;
faVl ItMftaphy bur peninsular State successful counterfeit: '
; The'.haiiacl .
either rest, health or pleasure and when the .the
"Tj7iyAx. those .
is to sue the Dteton Company for damage county convention fa held, let ,
p f.InC aiimiei f.wJaichtr' who do not regard lavish display of every democrat see that notes *wfll first* be: mede. oatth :3rd

11.. .;lies- parallel with that sec.iaisf wealth as the great desideratum of a' summer ....-. is influencing that no convention political aspirant of September." ,, 'i'u...,* ,. """); ""*
and ;
.' -,/ "6o thern Atlantic coast enoaiiaiiKtlay or retort, and who wish to see I As is generaUf the a.i "'
'} ; nature in many of ber moods; the< seashores at. Lade Items. finally when we have elected men to fill a new issue : :
: the of
: twenty-seventh and and'rivers and foreItar of their Another "bunch" of beef cattle have the different offices, if they inefficient government 'nofea;or.aecaritill; ':

.;:;'.J'lijaf atf"1tp ralk Ji -* ,latitude, disffsiakiat own homes are all that can be desired. been sent from this range. or untrue to single parQprinci prove takes place, there la a lively dajnaod'Via!' :

o 1600 mila north of the Eqaa9fit J. S. J. the low nunbaw fan
.f 9fit< .- -I". tf 'jj1i.ei' whose width St. Lucie, Fbu, September 4th, 1883. Ben Bchleppey lately sustained serious ple ask them at once to resign that office bpter.rveis yatffle'who'wish
; mean isto injury by the bursting of without hesitation iftfimam In 'tb.
; J e. a gun. or compunction. We .
-.,"...x... .. ..._ale,', -'iDci..- .. 'quarter. 0 _miles_, placedsituation T COAST CAJfAJL'AGAI11.f CapL James A. Buasell, the naturalist, have had a sad experience in this county New York i.nrei + ortmarter';,Oewiai:'

r. ; II.-."'flltr. r [ from the ocean by Another Tisit has built a neat t cottace.... at, Canrnn.. and I* of manipulated primaries and a stocked James'has entered JaIl namejlar; :No.'<'1,
; to the Dredge.*Canal -- ---- -- f
irir pof'Lnd, the breadth1 oitbisbcirggiadaany and in Washmxtoa the mem1igrew '" .&.L.'"
For going
she Star. to rejuvenate the convention and ,
iW grounds. we should see to it that' ---- ---

J '" .. .. .expanded bof ywhich dredge has received its new boiler A fine buck walked up to Frank Bell's, no such thing be attempted again. We who introfaeoi the hDI; ;.Me 1' :'
.,{. r I: tidal sediment and Don a larger scale than DaaaW tLl Y ,
at Mi
;. -- before., cook place at Ten Mile Creek and with have seen good and efficient officers tamed : I.aaiy ,
':' ; storuu! of the The boat has been order sacs ,, ...
f,. waves Atlantic overhauled, and .hasreceived I meekness aforethought submitted to sac. out of once without just cause and 1rilIiH No.1 .
.tt"ti, '.beard bj,theoccupant*. of general repairs, it is in full operation rific e. "The Lord win provide." no others put in their places, simply to The Ifomer Lae lank;'Note i".T:
t :i::""' r. bank of the river again southward baa tiatiiedottt rte ooti,gitte
as they .cutting doing In the scrub back of Indian River If ar carry out political bargain we have > Ilr, ..l.ilir;,

::;G_." ;gnifeent lip on the sandy good work. The section being cut now,. row sane theremains, of a settler's generalThey seen administration ignoring; the although to do so it hat'been'oeaaaar'' .. *.to-
opreacd >
-l2\l :' 1)6 almost immediate nearness lying between Malacompn, and Smith outfit, work, twenty.twoct: of.....taHarty Joer. ,
7<"''''','''' wagon, pots, crockery, Ac. wishes of the people. Now let us rl
'It''f Creek
3 -,;il.., eKjp .- '.locality _to the.; torridisaV high land flats,,connecting is depression>> a savannah through of MM-the I have been there many yean, and, probably i arise in our might and see that men hours for the pest tire isoathe.::3ke aetar i :

..' '.,.:r-m -,in i atpitahproxithe*J to. the Gulf"* acompra Creek with a savannah on a. mark a tragic spot. Not unlikely things do not occur again. You ask if have been .engraved, printed. (on'tier l'

;;. -- ,rapsji. court'Bard-1 level with Smith Creek, and through they were owned by persons' who came to the administration at Tallahassee and the with special designs" aunatsetaied' _.ajaet :

:; ifas tepid waters modify tone downiht1yiiijg ,. which water flows in the rainy seaeo n. settle under the"Armed Occupation Act" last two Legislatures are the democratic the giving out 01 theorlrct) ra&betiad I :

.}{ : : northerly,windsduring the, depression After the dredge and the cuts savannah its way through level this and Were slain by the Indians. The oldest party! No sir, they are not the democratic ia bookiady'&t' .rhiwe' .1 treij :taro,
on months
a '
: BaeayiepQteitfb ttiepeculiar adap-I with Smith Creek; it will turn more enrt- settlers gave no account of'them. party, and though elected and placedin and they are aow ieely tJfT aw

T_'.i ;." ictionofaUthe kepi.ltirtEtemoltso erly to cat through two small sand ridges "Bob-tailed Ben," the big alligator of once by democrats, they failed most at,the.various postal> soli.naTeei'thrriaaiiout :

; t ce.sfellygrown more like t.herim of acup. Where H enters the Halpatkehatchee, is pima In thelaat signally in carrying out the wishes of the the' oountir.: !' They have: biem':salt

;-4 ...ist Ia1a d& It i run un- Smith Creek there ia no highland digging days of the reeent drought he prayedat party and if they are to be.considered out to all. the. saarjaticr: inaeua; 'they. v
< to be done until a
ridges reached. .
.k bath., that the pineapple, banjfiw The distance across both these and night for rain. We beard him at it, fair representation of the Democratic are printed in t>oofa'eadihioar; 'eoitainingiJOO ; -;

t) ,manjjo, thooosnut and orange," the depression is J of a mile. Wh they and though we were nnf.mitiJqo'with his Party, it is indeed time that it ceased to eighty,thousand. ;of.; than" boob; a

':.' t'ipd tsja'ia Ttageesi to healthy matujaiis are now cutting the work is necessarily dialect yet there..no mistaking his tone exist and a new party built its have been. seat to the-000' soie"'o1de 'f

',1".a tr II['," oa--: 01." taDeO. -. slow, as the dredge has plenty of grubbing and purpose. ruins. up on OwCIL- 'The' larger;] -;''__" '111':'L't.: .., <1.

and stump pulling to do as it cuts its way frpoln,whQe the scarily oaaW
ilimix of exquisite flavor Will answer two We have ; :: at'1-aae.
along. A new dredge is soon to be commenced you questions through a great political battle to fight
r,. ._Aeirconditiona:in their native at Lumber City, at Magruder'amill the STAB? What is the total value of in 1884 and,should be preparing now for each. The 4w 1l.f.-i

},. i"*" M dhsdig oooA soils. The well which when completed is to be'turned Brevard property What .is her 'outstanding the fray; the proper time to train a soldier goes into ft"neit".1f. "fQ'.: .I Saperintendent -". ;

fi'teiiisCi.taata:i Indian .'River fuits beck to cut at the Hanlover, to connect debt? is in time of We have to !I. McDonald. thgi'aW.fewawof_
peace. meet
".J :iaaipal" in the northern and Indian River with the Iflgoon. The three cents for iamfaf i of
a premium 41- the great Republican oaf h..e'ao.N
I in
highest be Party
to cut pitched
.11t.. place through jn getting for the Florida Star. is due to the fcet
...markets verifies the integrity off that.my MttleVekrieal
into Smith Creek is said to be not over 6 battle, with its veteran army of politicians

? 11kitcdog'statement._ .1 have not feet above water level: these latter facts In your editorial in the STAB of August backed by the Army, the Navy and the work is necessary. 'lhiiteb.Isr>retained:

t' ,_*on this point' .- were obtained by conversation with the the slat you sound an alarm of the Treasury and led bold at the iahcofng lice aril W..,r-81iftr! ,
president of the Dr. danger that of by trained, and the ...
Wescott, ( disruption and defeat note.
i l l i aljrtlsiei h pertaining to the ;; company )
; vegeta- leaders who win .
f and their engineer Mr. C who is hesitate at nothing
F :
I. .. : :::' for which our soil' and cli-: work opening the right of way.olY Both at of this now menacing the Democratic Party in .calculated to aid them in gaining the vio The ehainaaa of the.BepabUeaa..':State.

} 3 ijEkattraetive:: affinities; Po"ft these men were found on the ground State. The grounds are well taken tory, for defeat means annihilation to Committee of!Pennsylvania 11ir'a4baw..

r: s ltpa.with proper culture. every the canal work is being done at the tIm and your argumont irrefutable; it behooves them. V. Cooper., is oat with>oscular waieh,hi

'' iP Hath 4" all the the above facts wen elicited. A. V. H.LAGRAXGE every true oVstocrat to feed that proposed fo and to: aU flsfobUeaMwhether '
: t :. *year.. Nearly vegetoWifetta We met and defeated them ones at the ,
V --- alarm and tee to it that from now to the they are fa onto or whova .
; 7 *. of the garden that 1O appe- ITEMS.It ballot box, and in that contest Floridawas not i
rot1th UMiiili'ttedlaing: tables in high- next general election so far as he is individually the and supposed to be willing to make.oontrIbntiona. ->
reserve had the deciding
.1t\ <{ ._ the months of is whispered: responsible,and so far as his influence corps The Civil Service law.only prohibits
11" April, vote, after the victory was
-"$,, ,.;ire of'like avaflabiUty That Mr. E. L Brady returned from extends, every jvtiifdble effort Mall through complete Senators, Bepwaentativef, and Delentte.in .
"' r, Jacksonville mismanagement on our part and .
-" on Saturday last bringing be made to remedy the evil. Ton ask Congress and ,
: IMeral
: employes
: 't the iutumnaland winIffic&nunicatlonof the of ,from. W"
inefficiency leaders
with him fine our and theft
; a nag as well as a new what "
sup taken for
steps are being to these"marmnl'lL" asking
quiet contributions. Of
;.'" 11&: ply of groceries. tend and bribery on their side,the fruitsof aoa ....
Ill'DOlle leaves the in ''
none whatever local
this river with That Mr. Thos. Johnson the the inaasn at liberty to '
been engaged victory were stolen from .. and a
wacktoticOcean by one large and two'tf in riving barrel staves for the past wants of the people and their expressed President mot elected, placed in ofice. apply the bleedj ....... Treasurer
week in wishes are unheeded by those they hew Wymaa chooaai to he ;sterioms
Jape?inlets, gives us a bountiful supply Cabbage Slough, preparatory_ to We are again to .s ;aatut i
.f "tffepsMstory existences of the sea doing an immense coopering business the placed in office--as a rule they act .. if battle the preparing hosts renew that that package of teD'_,080: :DOt .,,,found'
coming winter. are quietly being
J they were masters and.the people were under. old trunk inttWouMeQing
-": tiet-evtiy variety, turtles, crabs, marshalled for the nom
That Miss Jennie fray, and democratic
Gray has declined every t
their serfs with the other
no power and no voice day by 'thi.Inlet
q' ,y f:de 'of surpassing flavor, teaching the LaGrange school the coming voter is a sentinel on duty by day George
: whatever in the of Langly. There Ia'ftIII to
public n believe tw'e
ell.these desiderata, sup- season, and that probably a gentleman and night, let him sleep not nor slumberon .

ar::;7"tbj..,the liberal contributionsr4H from .Sanford will be engaged. anaira. his post, let him keep a watchful ) were cancelled: before' .'-
That Messrs. Case Noda Instead of giving a a Democratic Constitution eye , >f{! 1.jlceat forests,such as bear, deer, and Gray on both friend and foe, that he be : not;
Friday and of last week placing the .where it may that .
!D":Wsjjs spent Saturday power belongs say positively : ihfa wrthies.e.;
quail and the aquatic birds that in able to give warning of danger from
< J Enterprise. in the hands of the people, as they every AnothetinstaaoeoflfeiiioryoQiaitisqur.1'
..f\.... ?****shores during,the,winter months, That now we learn of another change promised eight i source. Let us select true and tried. Icasneancaaeto
our One '
years ago so-called light.:today : of the
ite oil snaps inevitable conclusionfciiaiH of date for the officers from the !
"'.t Smyrna game of balL Fri- highest to the lowest,lethe t .
Legislators women
fondly cling to the employed to
day S8th has been suggested instead of carpet old Jeflenonian contents 'of
a gastronomic
.\. para- principles of democracy '
27th as was first agreed by both bag constitution, and why? simply because the waste baskets of the department,with
::;b41p D, I may add the advanexhUarating be drilled into the hearts of '
t clubs. it places a large proportion of the every a view to the plsieaVition I the .
,, 1 and equable voter and then with "True
.:' 1. III That those who were among the forts power rightfully belonging to the people, Democracy"for paper found thefjun'fog the,'convenience
ji.'J'5; ,' 6 which knows no extreme of heat nate who attended the sociable a watchword we can press onward
' ones at in the hands of designing politicians who the paper miUa, found this
:.i 1! 1l' :Ar, no excessive cold in ,win-. Mr. Brady's on Thursday evening last, confident of success. VOTER.omethtef twO > \morning
by some chicanery have crept into office, in greenbacks htosMibaskets. ,., of t.h..t... i
,f tTk..ir k clear and pure withoutj"tojk tpres.themselves as having spent a de- .,...&, --- -- .
? -
: hour. and such power is a sweet morsel to them, Another of fte '
ligbtful )young won .
; ; BilBition in moistsShe For "Dixie's" .
temperature,or Attention.BEZVABD t j
it enables them exert found worth '
t< as to $25 'of
That has been a prestige internal
blessed with :
'i"l.* extremes are now from 70 to LaGrange Co., FLA.Sept.21583. revenue :
good rains the past week. which acts m a balm to their pride and stamps in another watte basket '..
; ft**tHi for the Star Whether "Dixie,
average temperature youreoneapondent
. That as Louis Coleman has ceased bring i vanity. Yet the Treasury\: tom .elfdaIeD
j Ir.7SO.Here. ,practices not he is
the or evidently
heat and .
beef to market would be The *
. ing now a good people no longer rule. The pothouse perfect.
a .. !et IlIoca1itie remote from the coast opportunity for some enterprising citizento politician and a lawyer. Let me respectfully It is '
demagogue, currently rumored here that in
.7{tq-h inquire of him: what are his or
. exchanged >coolness and soli- "make hay while the sun shines.!' have slyly crept into office and under the' grounds for der to affect the vote
in,Pennsylvania in
} **,Vh the dense shades of lofty That Mr. Jacob Feaster building a constitution objecting to a tax title? May not the the j

...,.i J .JiPjt: whose naked stems and dark comfortable stable and otherwise improving carpet-bag hold the power doctrine of Escheats as he wishes it applied Presidential ampai y, and more espedally '
his premises. and endeavor to exert it contrary to the to enlist the Pennsylvania dele=;;
develop the same ? ,
is.f almost rival the
:ti m'\gJ'tficent That it would be well if the ladies of expressed wishes of the people; and it is Yours gation in the next National Bepublkan
: .J i l 'ddle States. the settlement would adopt some method time the people recognised that fact and .'.'1 Convention in behalf of Arthur,an effort

-"_..:. !may is beautiful and varithe eat. I I by which money could be raised to procure wrested from them the power they have Delinquent Tax Payers. is being ..,overtly made, toarrange a j

.-'! 'c" "" "" trees. are evergreens; butarethe so abellforthechttrch.That to be popular you What must say learn.yon ladies? so sadly misused,before further and more Editor Star:-The list of delinquent change of State in many of the important

_?' different tints of foliage If yon have not In your day; lasting damage has been done. tax-payers has been published. Not advertised Presidential offices in the State. It is not

:r ., iM winter, from the somewhat Not Bat to handle cook,sew a mallet milk at,or Croquet c urD. You ask, will the people have to go outside I -If legally advertised, why re-i thought that the President will look.:upon : j

.: y: < hue of the palmetto to the tender For Up If with you In this art perforce arc trot w.say, the Democracy in order to secure a advertise? A delinquent tax payer pays the movement with favor, but behind ;
.,; .'+;,,.iBangrove as to impart an YoQ will be Ua as an Iron hot, Democratic Constitution-No sir I If his taxes before the new advertisement .there is said to be a powerful number'' '
.-"i ;.. "' J.varied"coloring to- the surforests. For.By even those the urchins Croquet.in Laurange they take the matter in their own hands appears and is made to })&y.12 extra, the President of politicians that, who if he.will makes represent. to the L
Will appcantment:
And we might well Include o- '
,Think it aomething wonderful strange and do their duty, both to themselvesand full penalty Wffl the Tax Collector explain to suit them be cui feel secure of Penn

not- If yon cannot play Croquet. the party they can the to readers IJ'lvaufa's.vote in'.tbe.nut
>.,VT .say thatbneVho enjoys Tw lads are at it from mom till night remedy evil. your what authority t e ; Republican
lit a little,'with oompletechange Which keeps all work at bay; Let them fall back on the fundamental has to collect the same T Must the Convention. ,The movement will he, iii
Even then they make grand torchlight, .. people made,as soon as '
: I1 ; woad few pleasanter And continue to follow croquet. O.C.' principles of democracy laid down by pay for his.mistakes'-'"BBioc BAT-' the'Praidentrs'etne!
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_1iMjij '. I .Answers to the f'fgbGailtfl _
; are some, of tt+e- things which:a cenrrfe l ;i.t1,
; : I+ h Mgely: and savagely obierved7-4If. Bel- pondent-'oirthe'lSt. lmn' IlIrK..1i
lxjiisRfy -
.,j>l&azzaVhad l1Qdflp sslditing on I| Shyly bending tatbel
i aayi happened-durlnga rent: Surely earih>..jmtfiMJhr
t eWiU'heodldfisi. 'l .titef! iCareth
side tnuch.for tjSeXL .
; Thi'tnrning'ofkwell wrong out inMisftiasippif "-
.teed'tUD lib!ntI1l tt li. the quaintlybwerin
: 1 ,.. .._ :moving townsnirnKnesinNebrasta Aa'again"we'pAMfK" 1 j
f ; "Yew Yvr State xun rr o' edJa I ;' btoirtng-'ari.,the staves ont Lie in brown ao4 di... .
.1"" maihin nhYs ti indentfunek last Gathered but to die! '
; d.JlIg of a etvhisky'bsitrbl' in Ibwa and leaving <<:t-
: f a\aVt elt0' Ye'tOt diose' If theirm rmur' domn ''', t.
81 we had no ${
the of the
bongvhole ; changing day For .
; -hcrowdedodn3.i ; : :All he eat vras> week, *Wisconsin. ;snatching, twelve"shirta Do they mourn j jtanW ]
; pork in 8nineil fool' somewhere on out of- .Henry Clay ..Dean's trunk It should ever last? -;- "
Suet wealth irsweetnlees"u ;
tOmbetone''tT 'it'f
my at Rebel Cove ; killing an honestIndian -As tad .
k never '
graced thei
;: i .ti f ;pads the best thin, ;{to: hplct when agent in the far West ; twisting ,Fills the jtir tjll.we are!"np! : i

;i if I you get out of temper ? Your; tongue.Y the1 tail,of'S mule. in TexaS; liftinDavid g By the rich perfume ": .\'rt.f {{'
> In their fragrant 8titlJ1e1&1JID.l( .ft
: What kind or essence does a youag Davis off the political'fence ..inIllinpis ; WhereOlacelyUleI ,4 .

;- ; t man like.when he pops the question ? I ; 'murdering a* man, contrary They in every- act of:djin :, Llf,:

3 Acquiescence., I' tot Jaw in Kentucky ; blowing the Whisper_ lofceln. deal.. hn" ,.t. ft:
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b U crack ,,, -P.
out of a fence in Dakota and
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1 I > SOOjfi
all dcuriousetperiment
; < we all'the schism out. of a church,'cioir"e has i g.
need to finest tnsvy in th f ** f*
po8sess lfIid.:
Minnesota. tried with and '
/ ; ..yotij,
; jworld is shipsfor'we. have plenty ofr .. taken '
'" .. from the tomb..ofap,.
r water. "'. .
; ; I few' 'Wo'rth'a king, .where tlpy had j been;.. :
; '- '_Western editor alludes to a rims] asa Costumes and His 3500: years. Under judiclou .'.
:) person entirety. dev d ot)>igotrymedical in Customers.u,. ton in hot water the .dry ceUi '

'. I affairs, having alloptQijc feet" 'i -- "* inta, their c gJnal:plumpneMfiytti5j:
and a homeopathic.b A,. Mrs. Emma '' *.
: King, an English dress kavesattached toCfl4 i

: > ; The need ofa the age, Is not only a reformer*; in a recent speecfl waxed indignantat like recent sppCianena.Wete...tfji w.

,. : ,r stronger nail, but"also a 'nail that can ,Mr.'WCrth and attered'.thawild JatephIIookeratrqw ide J

be driven by a woman. One with a wish that he might drowned in late soireeoftheRoyatSaciety DiaF' ;; .

: : 1 head about the size of a trade dollar' ihe i Seine, and' she summed up the 'Were the form of the leaves .:'so Ji J.

A great many men remain 'awake greater r part ofher'sex as a pack of in stored that they could be ..-;

.. : during"the5{sermon natal ethe '''ministersirtLightens"bp curable dress- naniaCe. Whoa,Emma I I identified, but the intricate '\ i5 ) !;.

and says; "But one'word You de not know Mr. Worth. During the flower petals could be etaM!

r.. more and I am done;" .Therftfiey start' most charmttgcohversa\ion with.bintonthe ed ;tb&coloring of lilies, .latkapr IJ

.,? : fa )n fora long nap; w ,., : subject-of feminine dress, he other (flowers was .displayed,aDI;

: ; .. -' i gave the information that he approves I the;,distinctive orders .of. 'sosoe,itp ;
.. 'vYou just take,a.bottle, of my medicine I t '
: : most decidedly ,of dress reform. He mens were reserxed.,,",In.' t .
: te said"aquaclf:docfor to a consumptive I advocates the Persian costume for these old leaves ,and '
'and you'Jl., ;
,, ne\"e.t.r cough women, 'and would like to invent a the same of similar. :
agaiIi."/'Is if so fatal as that ?" gasped r sensible.dressfor them ,if. they would :; t ass .sped..,'-, t, ...3't'... .,;a'-
'..: the consumptive.- ., wear it after it was made. Bat they Rose Pertum"1A :'r.i

j' I < 'What brought you jto ,prbou ,my grill not: He tried the plan once and it '' The' Neelly4llnuley: .s nt: .11;

: : colQJedJriend-?" sai4 a Yankee,to a dismally fa led. 'Th '"convenientfpretty the fragrant roses you
,s' : darkey.-.- ''Two constables,-sah." ,"Yes ; and really'graceful
: 7 but I mean bad intemperance and thingto ungathered.rose.Von Mr. ..Worth'pa-. iwhen. you get a good.manyt talc'mortarand ,,_. iir 4.
i- do with it?'.,' "Yes, sail ;.dey was bOf risian"w Us.. Do not blame him. He pestle*like"d-

: : I r: of *em drunk. is net responsJble foV the ,foffies, Itastes fill' the mortar andrpo n.. 1r. u;

'. : ; "p ,4, laid alittle four- eat-old boy, of isle,,women whose eiIIandptundertakes e piy."-V* It will b e quidough. .. ...1\- aaa' tlm"'" J(:lil

,: after runing: in the 'house 'the otherevennTgj to.tupply. He does the best Thenla1ceS our shim "''IM.f-JJl',

: old '* be can 1 with his customer use it/ for a* measure-fills A.f }t
':. : "arerjoaban dude ? "No, and he .
..t ; ,indeed, I am not ''--Wuy did you ask ?" would not have'any if he attempted 'to mixture, empty oufintoyourlrtn6aad; l\

I':.. R'i!! ; ; I I. .'"Cause a feUer'j st now come along ; wholly, carry out' his ideas ;on' d ess; between_ your.palms.roll and roS, tia lp',:

't..4 : the pavement and said I'''was'a 'soon r i which are more.sensibleAthao7any we you make' a compact" little'Call"rom3:;...
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have heard from the as a marble. Make all: "'.
:: dude. lips of anyf man or -. up. ; TOur toer. ;
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An old Ir;. ; solder Wlioprided himself woman., He is only top delighted when" d-.t.- this "way, p!aca ;011',

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.h Y ; : !upodhisbraver ,said:he('had feught\ he finds'" woman, >who wishes, 1ier' ,'plajtes aid' dry in the etinsbine."e1will
s adapted, to her"style te> dark 'and lirottnloo; :!J1,1 d t; i
: in the battle of tiull Run 'Whehaskedd. of *face, .> '' .. : n
if he had retreate4.and nade go.d"his form' and occupation, and he can tell The scent" fth' mass win cline.
at a glance what its" still.:' These are be
: [ escape, as others did on that famous occasion make. .and. color o : "1
.- f he replied:'.':Those that didn't should be ',He...takes more interest. in and trunks and'bahd'.b C1'andrco'n1

: run are there y it li'1 adapting' one dress toga woman wh your ;tabfe and bed towelsj| 'eoo' .-

+ > understands this secret of good dressand they will be; just asrfransnt'lor: '
A'Parisian .
lady aha is-soon :to X '
remarried; has a( little daughter Big titlag than he does ii dozens of they\ howy years as ihe .youpl'ucke 't tne' Tuustlived -' t
: d that are ordered f6r"inappropriateplaceaT beauties and buried? vOuT ceWx.higly
nine ] .
: or tyfars old. One bi the little Itgirl's .
drawn into their. gfowfigfred: :
friends invited hereto;dinnerfor
s..:', the Although where a costly and gorgeousdre he ri9. I have'mad 'beads of'm'b r,
following Tuesday.t44Onl can't on A f2? "
L ", is not out of 'placebo one caD ma. k wg them a {rJP lttsnialler: : an aX2i U11.
the child '
; replied with ;
; meat I hi'
ftnPortaDtair; "I.marry mamma on that Jrival Worth ii} p ucuix eith ;bizarre, ing them*with pins!. styuc : ,1i hrou ; .

.a : day '.'* outre or tasteful effects. He is the c ntres. Then i hey rC31.' Ie4 ...1;

J .;.. I .Shakespeare of dress. He can do everyJ Again, I have made [;tliem ntO',1\t!\!!.
./ :The most gauzy: story y'er' presented thing with it, as Shakespeare could thin Cakes the size bf'cr Jl---'

;.1<' I .to the credulity pf the American publi: 'wi T' language. And he kjjowi .:3, die nice any -4i Y.fotlhe gt ; H y .

: saysHhe San Francisco.JP JP t;18 that ina wealthy titled lady of Paris whose. taste remains 'the "same. tai,:or pe'! Ifr.
r : I I recent stage robbery in Montana editor and inspiration would.,be his only.rivals and mortar,you ,can ,take.. your jjte f *-. ;:

I yvtio was'a. passecgerwasrobted of$1.50'and if she were obliged to use-them as herown kettle and potatomasher,in a piacB.!"'
i bad'6QO that was not taken The pecuniary benefit He *' -- t _"> < > *,%i ;i
obtains ,_
,, i inside: facts are'|hat hi Lad'th'e $:20r I,imany of his effects from Amore J.Economies.- ",,u t,

; theme tie: of his. sock'.*.a"i d.'.the* 'f?600ln nJ. h..s especially in the matter of blending Imo iheshades e- Home >tft&i jr <

; mind. .. :dta,. ,a teen,!in'tlie plumage. a bird I, 'BxuNSwIcx BLACK, tliinned'doKa'
the petal ,of allCweror the tints of with turpentine until 'It*has' tiaia ed
married woman,who has had some sunset -
clouds. the rightHdne and color Win, ttafittfevamishls
Nature ,
trouble with her female help, sends thisrecipe never brings'strik .
ing contrasts closely together'althoughshe > added-about ode-t+retit &t1
; : i tlMfpress-"Put all old
; love-letters-in a paste-board 1 ox your in theservantgirl's I may appearto do so aithefirs sight of the bulk:of the black and turpen'tfaeproviS l'
:other varied hues. =; a staid for'imltatlng walnut
room. A supply of, I Each. one leads,up
I Ida or recedes from teak'wood. There is no"difficultr &.
other in grad
? love letters has been known to keep I'I't Sa[-
deepening getting the mLrtureJdry hard edit
: : girt'contrattd: in one place for three tints until tile .climmtcolor of ,
L.t. is reached will take a coatof varnish drst-c s .' .
I and Worth
: ,, months at a lime;" HA. .- ; ; who is a .. "I. .p .:
; I keen..observer, invariable uses the hints PjNcrsnioN. An Engh%. jgi> '
French ter _
'lady;on .arrival in.this I he catches in '
: country," careful .." I.... .. -- -, .. r this way. It is.a pity thatwomenas cushion will be found a"very.pretty! ,a eat ;
.'. : has' L to *..only such a rule will,not, sppport.him dition to a toilet tajle? The .cusHca
dishes as
<< .. .she. 'was acquainted. .with,. to. a still greater extent than a
: and- II' *' they do, should,be,round,.!cithauopenspaa.in
on one occasion pressed. to and allow him to ,
: use inventive the centre for th rec p.tlonQI'.drf':
Pamke'. f a'dish new to her pielitely poalas in geut ,
t--- creating a healthful
f "' '*- L :" Ur- Jo ? 7 T| sensible, vasflpr"glas3t.and..can be eitber.of ;
..: j replied, thinking she was expr'&- pretty dress for them to
ing herself in admirable ". wear. 'He pie c.olored.per.l:1u.s 1.cojereiwita.Jace :
..English. : To' would answer for its >
I thank'you:? I eat only acquaintances. ful being a grace muslin. ot .it can'toj'raFA '
my -
one. Mrs.
tlf King and'other
i more elaborately with embroidered!
; ; .*? cal dress radj- an
'; I .! & t: reformers did but know it, or painted silk cover,and deep fitoge or
# Paw ul.lIIi; OWN Worth. could and would
l I ) CIN.-Thepresi- benefit wcinen > bordering to match., Top glasssopplied ,.
!1' :: dent of a defunct savings bank o'. Chicago more than any man on the face of the> with a few fresh flowers is a great".1aprovement -
got into a, back earth. .
and rode to the M
..' to the.toilet table. ,
central depot Upon arrival at his destination \
lite Tie
thedri\.er said u"Fareplease, WASTE PAPKBBAsterrs.. -

f ; ; one dollar." As the regular charge is I: A certificate of incorporation of the fashionable I color, for, ornamenpg"waste '.,. i
| paper baskets is a ..deepVricborange. ;:
'only fifty cents?the indignant passengerat Exchange Telegraph Company
: was filed '
; i once demanded of (the ","Jehu" : in Yew York.. The line is to run ,Serfs of silk pf this hte'a', -' r,
+ from
i of
. :"What you take: me .for?" "El fty I that city te San Francisco, touching at, drawn carelessly about two sides; .

cents on the dollar,sir;I was afraid tosay : aU intermediate points ,desired square-baskets, grtdraped-from t}e.top-(
, q The
only fifty cents for the ride, for fear you 'capital stock is tired at' $2,000,000 of those' which are round or ,ovaL, "
.in \ .
Grange ara'embroidered1 ,
; would want to settle.'with me for only 20.0QO Chares of ilvisionforanincrease. : > / '; '
: ; p rodaeies -
or com owers'and drjiwnjslantrisejpve .
twenty-five.cents, that being fifty per TbejncorPora
: ? cent r:and Ue rate at whiehyousettJedith I tors are B..D.'Field C. U. -, .> p>ne side of a basket or run to.: ?

i'a, <. :' ; : I -: your other creditors. ,The hack: I I Tyr J. Bentley;Squire IIard and .James A1 ex. and. outof rile mesies.of the.wickerwork : 'em- .J
I in sticka
way.that"aU the
; man got his dollar, and the ex-banker C; Jewett. .
broidery h is fully shown.: :,

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it .f .. :"DESCRIBED. iSE- el t \iteof-I.l. .,: : torsTrip'lI3eles-. Giani'Y.: Y.l 11O0$2.77. : .

ynr t4 tciblic,anctbpq i *+ day the 1St di.i, cfoher :D.. 1SS3, at ,k-,* ....... .. ... + ::'-& ." .: '.' .. e 118 4)96' t- "
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lie acounty oftB sPardto> a much Cher OSas t1 11* net 88'' y to w ..:"'It 'Io-'f';7r' '" ;J'T" .t' iy',,t-" .,. t& .. :16' 4e. ,1.z ;, : :. 2.68:' :
$ .''FabUultier. the amounts doe for taxes herein act to the same"together*wilhv costs of 1"."' _. &. ;;..'" ..., ". 'I ( .' 1,. .. ,n : ..' -- !\ It: :: 11:1070;...' ;

0 per inuum- *x:.in advance: sale advertising;' ..'6 opposite-- ,. *.. .;; /: ,,, .,.:',....-_''',.... -,.'. ....Ie'"' :' ",84.# ........,7 u.f. .... ,'" "_. .,""'* ....... ,. ,-_&)98, .., :. .!'lll2.68:
; 10 ,
to one Inch in apace ; 18 squareunaccompanied 1 46'.' 'J\189
**1* ** "* 'f Eaceptland: formerly Rand's 2.27
by the ::. Lot or strip 12 Delespine Grants .r'. '. At'" "" 11-
.c attention: ,,; ,. Except land formerly Rand's r! 925' !t2.31
paalo dng' a rites'enqulre three cent stamp.the Editor Name of t Owner. I Description! of Land. c I c I'I' .I.I ". ., Lot or strip 14 Dclespine.Grant-.J; ., ,gill60 2.90
N < '. 22 uu ? ',. ,' f'. 1160,, 3,41,
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'p may be found, on file at Allen Balaam :.. '". r .. 23 ,ce' .' **.. ,,.,,'.. eo.''1160, 3.41,,
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-p-Rorref & Qcfo Newspaper'AdverBureau WI-of i 40,003.55 .. .'. .. 25 cc t; f4.1170- ** ..
(10,. Spruce Street) where ApthorpWm.' Lee,... E fractional lot 3. 3338c( 27,51 . '-, :i:. Except 115 acres sold Reed, 22's'i f..lm +'3.11" '
E fractional lot 1. 14 30 38e .. .
be made for it 23,00 t'w' '
contracts Lot 26 Grant :1' 1840. 3.35,
may In arrears for '81, 80 and 7 .. .. . .. 7.62 '- or"strip Delespine f ,
4 O. assA.. v.f. t.. .*-.. SEJof S 'VII. .. .. .... :. ... .. 221o3Oc 40,0014.24 : 'cc o 27" u ':+'. 980 ':3.03., .
>,t t1Basthe: omcIAL newspaper Brothers, Wright, ,. .. S } of S E landS J of SW |. 828.- 37e 154,00 7.45 .. All undivided of 4.J\':.:\ '."*., .2.454
i county Byrne, John'P.. .. part ofstnI! 16 .Delespine Grant, NW .. .. .. .. ... portion, Delespir 'r "'
i : Grant north of lot of strip 28, 22s 2328 5.83'
of 4 22 35e .26 '
comer XWJofNEJ 20,00 f .... )
i theFoat Office rluai 1e asMt. Brittle, Augustus .[P N strip of S E i of n e }.. :: 7 24* SGe 10,00 1.00 I, All undivided portion of DelespineGrant a'' '
Boring J W.. ... ... south of lot.or strip one Yo 23a27a q' 2790; 6.99
N 1 of N E and in arrears for 81. 1 21s29s 34e 81,25 8.22 Hicks W -. < ,
Bailey,, Edward B. .. Lots 1 2 and 3 and W | of S W I and .. .. .. .. .. i I. W, and inLot -6 1IIiI.. ;.-: .:'20. v.36
Arrears for 1881 ISSOLot 6 7 20 ..363G
i do'not advocate s, we'never have ad- In arrears for'81, 80 and '79. ... .. 1 6 3Se 203,0015.03 and -" t-''
ana,ire do not expect to advo- Beals, Byron H... ... N 3 of S \ strip.2 of 140 interest Del .. .. ... . .. 1879. Lot:Lot 28*4 11 10 ''I' 20 20( .1.8&'t36
? espine Grant.. ... 32 22s 35e .39 .' "
from State 160,00 ''r '
"e-ipeciai legisktion our Benner, C H. ... .. Excepting 160 acres sold Beals lot or .. .. 3-1 .. . .. Lot 20 12. : 37e *,20,20. : ,-
Lot 22 i 23 .36 .
tare for the very "simple reason % < -; > -
strip 1 of 1-10 interest Delespine Gn'tLot ;. 22s 35e 180,00 ... ;
Lot and 28 28 ::40 .72
ought to be no occasion for or strip 3 of 1.10 interest of Del31 .. .. 26 :"' .. r .
: oisgtalatton and, besides, our unda- espine Grant.. ..... ..... .. .. 22s 35e 380,00 6.41 Lot 22 ". 33 *' '. '*; 2ff i,-.86.:36'
Lot 24 34. l i20.
i i4W class Bunker, James V. ... Fractional 8 w \ of 8 wi..... .. ... 23 37s 41e 11,70 .50 '. .
prohibits special or leg Stewart, Dasher Tart of 1-1 of 14Stringfellow 33" 24s 86e .2 *. &'
; s w s e ;
Bunker .. >
"* ,George V. n $ of swj. 26 . ..... .. '
; .1Vedonot, believe that*local neofseandseofne'.2737s41e' 3.17 Jane R n e 1-4 of n w 1-1 This 40 P. 7' ?(, :... .40 Wlr ,

laws be classed under the head ME.Cleveland .-. .. ... 158,60 w 1-1 of n w 1-4. 36 35e. "',40 .4.02
i can Bundy, : e J of n w 1- in arrears 81,80 and 79s 21 27s 56e 79,82 1.29 {-"> ': .
1-1 of 1-4 29 I 40 1.00
J A... [P of j in '81 '80 and '79 32 21s s w s w '
:Ml prclass eSislation- Oar broth- e \ n w arrears 35e 40,00 6.02 v
State Press have been ventikw" Clement, 'V C. ... .. Lot 1.. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 2 28s 37e 39,001206 n e 1-4 of s w 1-4 12 I 84ov 40, ,2.01s '
of' tie' Crawfordl' n w j.t. 5 34s 40e2Gs30e 160,002.0l 1 I NOTEI Parties that have paid and hold their receipts are marked, 'T".after
"Itiig and the "fence kw, Cattlett, John ... .. sejofnw i. 30 40,00 1.00 the name of the owner. f", -, .

, fit9 or more years. All this Cockrell,-A W. .. [P s } of s w J sec.19 and u J of n w }.. 30 2is 3Ce 161,32 4.02 D. W. McQUAIG, :
w rjrell in its way and we are glad to Crayon, Lucas...... All of Spanish Grant. .. ..... .. 46 20s135c 29.30 .60 Titusville,Fla., Sept. fi, 4t.] Collector of Revenue for,Erevan M1 Co... ,
'i i t manifested- therein Dries, J 1V. .... .. .. 11 e .t of n w }.... ... ......... .. 32 32s 32c' 39S0 1.00 -- ------
4, aim otnch r Davidson, George. ... Lot 4. .... .. .. .. ............. ... 26 35s 40e 40,00 2.01 SUSCELL.VNEOUS. NEW ADYERHSEMENTS.PEITCHARD: ".,",
;t *B 'reference to McClelku's Digest it Grey, :Bc1alllil1. .. 8 w ofne }. .... .. ... .. ........ 7' 34s 40,00 .SlGarvin
i 'lrill>ie:found that we have only a quasi li..ulofSpanis.hG'ntarreais'81'80&7937 20s 132c. 757,8112.77 KOR'VOOD'S '&M4)( ';
.*35vjnejJawat.the! most. On page 535-6 of In arrears for'81, 'SO and'79.... ... 40) 20s,3-1c 413.62 6.88 -V .
digest five.find what purports to be'a II In arrears for '81, 'SO and '19.... 42 20s 35c 5,22 ..60FerchardPeter..AllSpanishG'ntarrears Fast Hack Line OFFER'FOR S ALE' :' : I
"t 81,'SO& 79 a9 2Os 3-tc 466.00 7.SOill -
fr & W1T 'On'close' scrutiny it will be arrears for '81, '80 and '79. ..... 43 2Os 35c 7,20 .50 Business : !Lots >
Residency ;
, f j"6ind that:this kw excepting the last In arrears for '81, 'SO and '79. ...... 39 2Os 35e 73,95 4..1-1 4 ,. '"

i pr':*i *ipionw enacted in the year 1823, or Giles, l\IaloJJt',. .. ... Lot 2 block 69, Eau Gallic, In arrears .. .. .. eo. .. The Cheapest and Most Direct and -
8 "t the time Florida was admitted into for'81'SOand'i9.. .. .. .. ... .. ...1G27537c.. ... .36 Dwellings, : .*.j,!> '
i Hodgkin H'y TitusP Lot 6 lock 6 Titusyille.. .....; ..:. 3 22s 35e .;. ..26IL'lrt ROUTE '
iiill$Oe Uiort YTnltoaeounty. The last section relating to Il L.P: Lot 2. .. ... .. .. ... .: .... ........ 34 21s135e 45O, (! 10.05 T TO. ? TJ S VXL'L.E.: ,
, in particular was enacted Hunt, Sophia. .. .. Lot or strip 18 Dclcsprne Grant.... 23s 3-1" 13GOOO 3.42 ToTltus'll1cUlldllldlaIlRh'cl'. ', ,* : "'', 'p. '

' ; 1855. Since these enactments HoMcn,D L. .. ... Lot 1. ..... .. .... ... .. .19 361'He 95,50 5.03 .. Also Unimproved In .
{4l1 has seceded and been reconera Holdcn, Nancy A. ... Lots 2 and 3. .. ... .. ... .. .. .. 18)41Hc 153,40 7.54
=i;' Hennan, J F.P Lots 2 and 3... .. .. .. .. .... .. 29 3CRt41e 15Oj0; 7'HIbyne -+- Indian Hiver: City":;
Constitution forbidIegislation
' .,. new 'Win..1'neofnw1andnwofneand. .. .. .. .. .. ... _
: t 1J... which virtually an- in arrears for 'SO and '79. ...... .. 3 20s 35e:: 80,00 4.02 trips weekly between the ST. fiSTHave a large,list of .,
;.d 'ao called i(jence law of to-day, hani, J olm. .. .. Lot 2 and n c.! ofs w }. .. .. ..... 2121s :kic 72,50 3.62 JOHNS and INDIAN EIVKK '
' rJJ. fbnly shadow of-a fence law in Johnston Jr, .A A... n w 1 ofsV }. ... .. .. .. .. ... ... 30 2& 30e 40,00 .81 Orange .Groves
"j',!\,. ... ... ',.' Janis, Theodore.. .. .. Fractional .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. eo. .14 3.g 40c 8,021.00 Leaves Enterprise EVERY Monday, Wed- ,*
it,is the quasi adoption of Kennedy, W' J. .. Part lot 1. ... .. ..... .......... 33 248 3Gc 5.00 1.00 nesday and.Friday Morning, arriving at
'i fl : if 1823 by the last legislature' in Part lot 1.. .. .. .. .. .. ... 33 2-L 3Gc 2.52 .51 Titusville the SAME day. ON HIGH HAMMOCK & FW-; s '

t;.;. [option ,of .the' McClellan Digest LUllll, T W. . .. .. Lund HOUSl'lot 1 block D Titusyil1e. 3 22 35e .. r -?..$e
uld not Constitutionally revive Lot 15 block B, Eau Gallic. ..... 16278 37c 93.89 ReturningLeaves 'PIKE L.1NDSWhich ,: ; :f. ''" 1 .;
inning, 'V H. [P n i lot 2.... ... .. . .. .. .. ..... .12 3GstOe 31,75..w. .. .. '..., ':
Titusville Thursday
Ra"ilje dnw of iS23.'l EVEUY Tuesday.
: e sunewillnl'ply '
n w 1 of n c 1..222536e: 40,00. .. we are,..offering at- :
. !l6'f aection relative to the county of Lot 2 see. 5 and lots 2, 3 and 4, in ar .. . ... .'.. and Saturday. morning, arriving at :
Xl ,}l alton:: The'old kw,of.1823 is rnanifestor rears for 'SO and '79. .. .. .. .. ... 8 20s 35c 205,46 15.91'I' Enterprise In the evening.-Address BOTTOM PRICES' ;

;;;;rIi-i: >tl class legislation.and underffieXJQBStitution Long, J A.. .. c I ofs e !. .. .. ... eo. .... .... ...17 26830c 80,00 2.01 W. S. Norwood, '. '.
',' } Ll'OlurJ, C W'. .. .. s of lot 3, in arrears for '81. ... ... 2G 37 41c 40.00 2.00 '' : ,
S"7' ya,Pv of .18G8 is and must of .Lot I, for '81. ... .... ... 34 37 4Ic' 8Oi, ) .52 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA PINEAPPLE, LANDS, .>

!) ....ntrj.. ,be void. (Section, Article 4, Hunt and \\1 of arrears ofs and w .. .. .. .. eo. ... A *-
LGleasun and
'-i n'f Florida. .. of in for 81, 80 '79.... 15 27s 3Gt480,00 8.o. First Quality At Low Figures. :" "

friendly disposed towards our IcAfce, . ... .. n w comer ofs e }. .. ... eo.. .. .. .. 20 21s 3X: 5,00, .51 *", ./-,. ,
Kt*- lOIJI'l'T, B. .. . ...e ( lot 2 mock D, Titusdllc,. ... .. 3 :2:35c ,42 -1S.0S Several Large Tracts Of : .
'"-KTS' and would not knowinglybut Meyer, J H. .. .. .. part of s 1 of lot 25 36e ,25 .. CASH CASH CASH :; '
things have changed part of n \V 1 of n 1..3 25s 3Gl' 6lH 3.00 HEAVY HAMMOCK7 1 LANDS

't: ). {last fifty years lagrntler, Goo M .[P Lot 3. ... .. .. ... .... .... ... .. 365s: 3Ge 58,00 15.17 ,
;. .\ 'tthis.od other interests Morel, well toy -l{
.,M '..,_,.. : eptima..partofsec.40BrevardDecdBookB.. adapted A its- .
"t ti -
- 5..l,*, y as 'great;' as the stock interest, Moon, 'V P. .. [P part of e j of n w 1 bounded north. 'VHEREP Sugar cane,Bananas and Early' vegetables.. ,

,, fcTfcli>rung.up and justly claim an equalsjSrowctiori'with by land of Iaddox, etc.... ..;.. .. 17 2436c 12.5118.093Ioraglte -
,that interest, and as the X H. . .. Lot 23, Block A, Eau Gaulle, in ar- .. . .. . tT TIlE Also unimproved Lands in 'all :sections ,-; '
rlitioedaiidof: 11823, has become effete and rearsfor'81'SO and '79..... ..... 79..162737e..35 V *> ,'
sboth Martin, :M. . . Lot S, in arrears for '81, 'SO, ana '79 72737t: 20,00. .. of the county.-.- ,-*
and tock mtCI'C8t
! :.agncuItural Lot 5 Block B.Eau Gallic, in arrears .. .. ., HEAQQU (tvE.ftS "
l$.wjaire protection why should: there not for 'SI, 'SO and '79. . .. .. .. .. .. 16218 37l' . .. 1.86 A FEW. *VERY DESIRABLE"Homesteads'Left.. : .
:jji&ljfaalqptian# law in regard to fences be 3larhall, Cora T. .. n part Dol11in.1cnsta Grant,Volu .. .. .. .. .. "
| acted by pur next legislature ? in decd book D,arrears '81,'80 a '79 38 20s 3-15 500,00 32.16 STORE .
1 t?;| some.jocalities the stock interest is McIntosh, J H. . All Spanish G'nt arrears'SI 4 '79 43 2h. 3111,[() .3G ",". ,t -:'ii']0.' /. *"
Xelcm, Cha..t strip 20 Dcl'Spine Grant necor 27 22.; 35c 2,00 .2ft Parties haying money to''puRrchase. mortgages -
t i ur :onntivhllein others the agricultu- Newton, M ..\. . I of s e 1, in arrears'81, 'SO and '79 20 26s 3k 80,60 6.02 TITUS JPILLE FLORIDA. will find safe investment on undoubted ,
,, it5 at ,frnit growing interests greatly Otwcll, '\T W. .. [P 1 sec. 30 and lots 2 and 3. .. 19 2Gs 37l' 163,56 5.SIj security. Ir :r \.
;:;?r Ydominant! < A strictly grazing locality, OstR.en, Bryant .. of fractional see. 11 and. ...... 12 23s 3-15 500,00 5.03 I '.".::.1" :.ct 3sar. ; ; -
Inrkt'r, J}'&)1 J. [1) w 1 of s w see. 28, & Del of s e 1 x92Gs 3-1e 79,85 .81 ---:. -..I !",. -.
:t: -,la not an agricultural' one and vice t'CT8f1. Peterson, JI:1ti1dn.u. w ofs w !.. .. ... .. .. .. ... .. 23 2h 3-te 40,00. .. = '0- ....T.. t .....; .
:[Mini strictly agricultural locality, to build.tfeDees W 1- of n wI, arrears '81, '811 and '79 26 2b 34e .. 4.02 II Real Estate placed In our hands for;sale,

that will effectually exclude all Pace, A J. ... . [P e 1 ofsV !.3620334e 40flO 9.88 exchange, or.to let, will receive prompt.
$ kill'work a great hardship on the Iritchard J & M II It' or lot 21 Dcl pine Grant.. ... 22\ 1360,0021.26 attention .
l1 .:;j "titizens''while" hi localiwJhe.fencuig Perhnm, E F. .. .. ...w 1. ... .. .... ... .. . ... 821s37e 29,00 2.01 Tituaville,'Map 4;,1885' '.'-", 4, tf
iR: a strictly grazing Icrhuu, A 1'. . .. of see 5 and.. . . .. ... .. G 2i3Gc 8,00 2.01 The Oldest and Most Reliable Place of .
, | in of stock by thc owner 1rtellJ P. .. . w of s \V .1.. .. ... .. .. .. ... 52& 30t 39,98 1.00 Opened for ,the Season.
Tf If 1f+ Id trork as great a hardship on them Richard, 'V F. . 38-9-10-1 and 2 Jo-ut'nillc. .. .. 3.2s 35c .. .. 13.01 "
, men, A good local option law, Ru ,;ell, Ja.'i A. [1' 3, sec 21, lots 1, 2, 5, and 6 ana (. .. .. ... . .. BUSINESS J8G3 A man who is interested in his own
of and 1 of 1 21 S 2Sto.tOe: 27.13 : -
s c I J1 c 13 w see 323,50 -
;; # oyao fence, would obviate these RoLillson, S A. . .. e 1 of sV }. .. .. .. .. . .. . 30 26.. 3Ot., 40,00. welfare will bo pleased to know.that.

t 1.I'.to! a very great exte.nt besides n \V 1 of n w j..7 26. Sic 39,87 1,9(1 on Indian River, Dealing inGenerallfcrchandise ANDREW GIBSON- .: "-
N t mdoydo$ immigration by doing away nO;fr:, -. .. . .. 11 I of 8 e ofn c 1, arrears 81,80, 23. :35e 20,00 .80 jb

i :vthe ,objections of very many who Self, G W. .. . .. H11 ofsV 1-4..20229e 40,00 20.10 Keeps the finest oysters to be '"fouhd- ,'inTltusvlllc
ld Seymour, J J. . .swl-8ofnwl-1ofsw 1-4--------28 21!. 35e 5,00 .26 -,> :' j
1: ettie had
in if
; 9 the State we anyimpartial Sackett, F B. . eo. 11 j ofs w 1-1 and lots 5 and 6.. ... 12.2 3Ge. 146,90 ,,. ," '\ ,< '
;.'ti-f fence law. Our brother of theC& and lot 2. ... .. .. .. .. . .- ... -3424-37e 46,00. -.
j very justly remarks, in spcak- and lot 1 mock A, Titu..illc. . .. 3 22." 3x . 16.08 ANI SERVED DI STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS.

.21.afthe effete law:: "The thing is wrong StringfellowNorwood.&Turnersel4ofsel-4lot2nclofnel22921", 35e 10.00 2o1 None but atriclly firaMisa gwxlare r -' .' ..

-inpdnaple. no less than impolitic in Sanders, W' It.. .[1' Lot 1. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. eo .. ..3.j 37 4h' 36,50 1.6 _,. 4 .
South Fla B II Co. .. LotsI23&elnwl-4&swl-1nwl-1203h.,3tt( 2-11G2 4.8' Plain and Fancy Cake made to order., .
'if1i '. .The State may with quite: as StudweU E A. .u. e 1-1 of n C 1-1. .. .. .. .. ... 1527s136e, 40,0( .411
f .;. u ajustice my right to protection Tyler, U'I... . [1')..n c corner ofs c 1-1 of 11 C 1-1.. .. ... .20 21s,3.X-;, 5,00 .51 bought and sold at this Stand. Bald Bread always, In 1w.nd.. .*. *, .
T Iroaiinjnry from another to my person Tidwell, B F. .. .. ofn e 1-1 and w b of s e 1-4..S.. 27 s 37e 16ull// 5.03 ': i
t in Trace" John . [P 1-1 of n c 1-1. .. . . .. ..16 273,32?.' -10,02 2.43 Also a first-class .Barber shop attached.
'k' r.tff1 tor i as to make my right to the protcc- Smlc'E. .. Lot 15, blockA, Eau Galliein arrears .. .. I. ... ..3G o ARRIVALS DEPARTURES OF MAILS.

.J. ...! .. "of my crops from injury from anoth.z f or '''1, '80 anu,1 ''I.'0,... ... .. .. .. .. 1627s'37e' .. .. From Enterprise to Tituavme.teavc .
::: 1jh contingent enclosing Visel C W. . . n w 1-1 of IS w 1-1,arrears'SI, 'SO& '7917 245l34e! 40Oll, 2.4! Enterprise Monday ,Wednesday anllFrtl.la.y
: upon my ... .. ... . .. at 5a.m.
Wri..ilt Emma!. [P s el-1ofs'.I-1. a4).s 31e 40,0IJ uWo Arrive at Titusvllle
.j 4 i4.i....'itha fence, wall, or ditch. My 1niausee, estate of Lot -1 Block 7, Titu"ill . .. .. 3 22,. 3.5t,. .. ..OI Remember A Dullar will buy exactly and Friday at 9 p. m. Monday Wednesday_

entitled protection from ant 'Welch, S 1 acre i-triJb excepting acres in n c. .. . . . Leave Titasvillc. Tuesday. Thursday and t.
Saturday at 3 aft m.
; assaults whether it is armed or of strip 20, Ddespine] Grant 2.s,3-15 .. .51 Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday 'Thursday ,
mad as are"my from destruction Willis, l of n w 1-1 of 11 e 1-1. . .. .... -1,25 31e .. $1.00 worth.F..tablisltcd and Saturday at 9 p.m. *
etOckwhether crops Wt ott, e 1-1 of n w 1-1. .. ... . .. 16 21i.. 3e, 39.99. .. b From Daytona to T1tusv 1e.
: .."closed. .. or unenclosed. lots 1 and 3. .. . . . .. 32 .2tl. 30e S7.21 3.01 Leave TitnsvUle Mondays, Wednesdays
"=,;.t-i.--l Wi..c, .\ c 1-1 of n c 1-4..3 27\131)(' .. .. .. In 1S73. and Fridays at:5 a.m. .
1 l .new system of inspection of hugs 31..a. fractiunal 5( 1-1 of Jll-l-1. . 3.1 7,'31e . .. .. Arrive at \vtona, Tuesdays, Thursdays
; IV,bas begun in Chicago, with .the : 11 w 1-4 of n w 1-1. ... .. .. ....3-1 ':;1s 3rJl' 1191G 6.01 and Leave Saturday Daytona?at,9 Mondays p.m. ,Wednesdays and t
, i fof de;ernunuig theexistenceof trick Wescott c 1-1 ofs w 1-1... ... .. ... .. .. -I :-.:; 30t- W,46 1.00 Address orders to Arrfvo at 5 a.m. '
Tuesdays Thursday,
: at
4 Block 52 Eau Gal1c. .. . .. li, c'
ja the pork, is one good result of Ger- 'Viluro: I ;! 37 .).) and Saturdays at 9 p.m. .
, Williams, 6 mock 9-1, Eau Galbe... ...1G .)1 X37e-- .00 Eau Gallic." 1 1
: and embargo..;.However- \Tillimll, -I Block 93, Eau G: 1ie. ... .. 16 :;7s 37e .. .. JJ The Headquarters Store From Titusvnie to t
,.utcry foreign complaints against Yates, Needhtm. [y.wi onel-1, arrears for'Sl'SO & '79 18 27s 3rc' 70.4 3.211 :i a.Leavo m. TltusvUle, Tuesday and, Friday '

the best way to remove Se'roi, B._: .. .. Spanish G'nt, AU, arrears 81, SO& 79 42 dos 3-1c 38,82 141.311] Titusville, Fla. Arrive at Eau Gallic Tuesday and Friday'
ito 0 Spanish Gn'1, All, arrears 81,80& 7. 312b 34c 3WOO 6.72 at.6p.m. f
establish examinaij Per Gallic Wednesday antl'satnrda' '
m' ,--that' so stringent Spanish G.nt, All, arrears SI, 80 & 79 4420, 35 108,77 8.72 TltHI( ( WANT .L .at' Leave 0 a.in.Arrive.Eau 1 ....
; ij will be no ground for anx-- Spanish G'nt, All, arrears 81, 80 & 79 45 205\3ie 330,75 26.52 at atTltusvule e4JlOSlla, "'and' ,Satur-. ,
fi; !!\you the other aide of the ocean.- J.C.JkCnn"Ga.ru4ddy p day at,7 p.m. 'Q&KJ-" 7
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S -. .. ': :r ... .. :'did snot b_:anything-
,. '-., :' earthquake Bald distnrhit:, i
: t_ much
'-=:.t ,.'" ;3t? .. />:. .-c..,;.. :__i,_ as she might,shed m
fig'W _1 sm ki the I fact from her fathflf'* t|
f '" t"" 1 r.q cigarwile; hia.paper' roeted'idly.in.his -was thro bir- &*'- 3

''iII'-' be e luklik4arogip pt, lift andlit looking jofttoward the MissiaaippLv -. ever before .
.. ft*hrsusbmstiiees r L
lieenL'a.ve pry ; : : S. .* ? Suddenly he exclaim
_, :J ii,.... '" "' '1.... -"a:-'e. But tilly; naia/a; Kith if a ptiwnofmy 4 Y
"' ---,.- ....... "" Md'eYer....been cspYesli>wr .Suddenly rose.up.'J '" "What j#
fIIiJ t.;. tried'our skuij Thenawake.ana dbcovvrto your fbna lover ,"Where;.ia":Sydney.?!* her abruptly "I think joa heard in i

; ii.of. ;;' : Tfce morn of your matchlnt eyw. Geraldine, ia alowvolctiTNaB
asked. > "
who i "
N1 8 impOMlhle to'say ) v
.>raS would ha Inc D. ;At very long ranges The dawn bdark to mo;- hark, oil! hark tome I left him a while ago,and he has I ing herself ai yet to look upT4i

(boakftftrto, to'a hundred yards) I probabjy Polo*of, my gut pray, not gone home yet: I thought would "Are you in earnest, niyji<

wound have had the best.of it, aslpiraetieed And gently g.idin of thy hiding, like to .sit.; down a, few minutes with This was uttered iathd i'
Dazzle me with thy day t
'Yr firm voice.
K a good deal at those ranges." And oh 1 1 11 fly to thee singing and sigh to you." "Gome here .a "
fr lly0 t111igYi I Captain '.Gronow's later years were Pthsuion ee. "I am glad to have you,daughter;but my child t'J,'*" -
'to work; so sweet and gay The colonel kept* hli
pafat The fishy.if ped'in.Paris, where he died on the The dark shall listen and dew-dropj glisten, it does seem to me that"you treat some Geraldine, standing besidedown'In

:20tii of November, 1865; in the 72d year Laughing every spray.Chosen. of your callers with rudeness.!
ity his face. '
.. He'toolt.
of, his age. '> "Then, if' r were they," 'said the
r; ey M,>mtptngitin t 'I : affectionately, while he ; '
j .
2 ail le iiittasgiimd. t! .. ... proud girl, touching the'magnolia to "Has he proposed to Ton t't ,

; .hm s ifclipm' Mflnr.wMch its flash fr 1 Telegraphic Blunder. Geraldine Spencer was. the only her nose", "*'1 ''w uldn't make callers of ""He has.* .- :'

z :-ir: I" Lpibinankvoc) daughter of. the well-known 'Colonel myself. "Have you accepted uun''i :\ l
Telegraphic ancedotes being in orderreminds "I should think not,"eommented the "I could not do
:. >tiilgra ?\-It-: "; fowl,.thee Hubert Spencer, one of the 'ealthiestpIant that untU'I
; f,.. '.PnllriY ii someuecalled 'us of a dispatch which some colonel/with a little sniff at the curious ceived your perniissibna'"Does'
.,. rs of :Mississippi. The colonel "i; tf ..
;' :t years ago a business man in Boston sarito : e expression she dung at' him.' I havea he love ". :' ,
.,. .,W. JIQl., .. __ J'u.e._ .101ewmt. was a fiery-blooded gentleman, of I you ? .rt..wA..,.'h.4-
his c correspondent in New York requesting very high' regard for Sydney, Geral- Geraldine laughed in
't school spite of
t old in those.days "before the i, Jt...
'? ;
I him to have reserved dine
'j .. J1:: yirMk,grleltatool.tbe1t a room war of which we'are speaking. His i "I have, a strong toPrea oi1 .f!;
for him at the hotel he should ?"' she asked with indifference
as come Have-you
.'T l'eJeIIOM would
., :. grandfather was an intimate and trusted scarcely ask me ,to.
,ti""Jarp e: :, ..-weed, on that afternoon. friend of Washington. lila father which, in realjtywas assumed, unless he thought pretty welt tI.r
.Arrived late at he stood father did it. .
night serene though her not perceive
{> tattnct, a spot "J. ,
' pr .
.; : was a brigadier general in the last war, "Of cour.e-Of
, ......T .....,tJd-. cannottauoh'f ly behind the crowd at the old Astor "What is there about him for you to "> course;lb.;
th.cff'bste. with Great Britain, and the. colonel love him : $ <. .
who '
were registering their names admire.
" Y .......' Ul. .JJaJtIIe1regp. himself was a graduate of West*Point "With whole heart xs s t r
my audio 1." }
even till the clerk to turn .
and tPP of "I1IIIU,. on eiseaud began appli "Well. he.is the only surviving son ';:,;
and of
the most and
" one dashing
daring '
1 ''W. immnTible.on the cants away for leek of roomassured that of my.,intimate, deceased friend Capt. There was a fervency; a deptket
old .
officers under -and.
_ sock.:loagesneVQ stirring' tin we are his,dispatch in advance must have. secured Bougl Ready Iuid'with ,Williams, of.the army. The captain ing in this 'exclamation; T rf.:
in the picnic of a war which we
wen rflddeteeFwhetr:a, soddenflapcC accommodation, but was surprised : 'was one of the bravest and noblest men' by the flushed cheeks, the .i.

' ( dujky wing UrtI i Toa, aud they and indignant to tied that no Mexico a generation ago. 'who ever trod this foot-stool, and Sydney and tremulous hand that retI' 6 ;
' -dtekpiatuew hpietetag*aien:. wend order for' a room had been received, some Colonel Spencer was leader in 's looks and manner make me feel palm of her father, vrhict ,sP. Ia.if
the most
daring exploits southof
!!:.teietaian'rxogniza-: 'the' voice and was obliged to Irtnt up lodgings sure he is simply another edition of his soulful earnestness. :
; flM\t"\&di for the night elsewhere, the Bio Grande. He was.complimented "Well, if that's the we't i
J'f of iU-OTicn, whose shrill father., He has a fine education, is "
.-' tJ titI I4)the""coming Early next morning, in response to more than once in the official manly-looking'and is going to make Spencer, throwing away his d

,., .) the demand if his been dispatches, and a brilliant military career I've to is =.
:: dispatch had his mark in the world. He has pre:- got say you are boNt'et1: .r
-"' "':>; '*t : received his -that is, as the state of, the country, founded 'l x
It.-Vet1 wektr: ,however:,' to watch correspondent replied in I ticed law only two years and has a : simpletons if you dtt4.lg

then'fifchinfrrVttteyvcranB" ,'on' their the affirmative, and said that a storehouse permitted-was before him, had he reputation as high as any,who are double maniedthere't "W..
; "
chosen to .
adopt the military profession : f'
ailvct j piej aitf lutelrstirllattta.b'oomioitand'more i 'to had been hired for him inBeaver'street but though the colonel would have ; his years. .I like Sydney very much." This was a consent with'contii-i. )t{ ,
ndiw'1t" jemai1) as ordered. : preferred ."' [ore than any one who comes i emphasis. '''f.\o ii-;
I fighting to eating be resignedhis :
4A store-house! t never ordered a hers ?" asked Poor '
: : the daughter, holding I Geraldine : the proud, bm.broke .j
commission in the and
,,,. f store-house." army, went l
ran.tb I magnolia again to her while she down at last. She
'U. P home to his plantation in nose, knew) ::1-tfi
Mississippi.He .
" ,lltelderr'dtg'svtee: 7"of.Four, :ancestors The dispatch.was-produced. ,It read : knew what horde ,of glanced furtively at her unsuspicious be a terrible sacrifice for her(, "I"If" ;" .:

7 if: .W.'f'cormorants "from ,"Shall. I*.on, to-night ; have room in a a 'hungry father. yiell her to another; and :
{ PraBeerand froa.Holland i and enjoyed store-house secured at once." young clatter-clawing were for positions clambering in and "Well, yes," he returned, "I can saylIdo. gravest doubts of ever ffJ eiTilt...;.,

thcrfl art'ai1faByJas''do the ChinesecorBoract4iabenrof Application at the telegraph office and be the,j But why isn't he here?" he added, assent ; but he gave it so promptly../' \
revealed army, preferred they should
< :the present day; the fact that the young woman have them looking sharply around. willingly, that she ,could .onrj.twr*'
who received especially as he saw a prospect '
faatonf-aikathooi;!strap p round the I the message as. it came "He is waiting for me." her arms about his deck and. mranrT: : :

IoweaGpartbt tbt throatf to prevent'thbirdjfOm'acttptlly'raaiiallonIng e' I slowly from the wire supposed the operator of a lengthy peace before the coon "Didn't I see him dressed up in some between her sobs- 5' ';.
try a period of idleness for
; the
had been army,
theirprey ; abbreviating (?) .the which would fret outrageous suit, something of a nature "You're 'the best ,father tbatenr,, *
. ;; M rtrmlhf t them'/to"'return'to spelling of the message, which originally his to death. .1 high as I to match this high-bred style of your lived, and I hate to leave you" .. '

) their BMfenlbff disgorge their spoils' read : "Have room in Astor House He I j make up ?" .asked the father, with an "Never mind about thaV'tenfii '
perceived all this
we say and ,,
secured ,
Wo -k't and at once. The division of
: variety of went back to his plantation on the I amused but puzzled expression. soothingly. "I know it will bejwr"'' ;,
1m. "'lif3e to besesft OB some"of the out_ and addition of an "e" produced Mississippi, and devoted himself to his I "If yon saw him at all during the last happiness to do so.' I could never.fer-| I.

,'; 'iyfc. ". :,iaesiitets'kwhere''sea'birds of sired.quite different. result than was de famil hour, you did." give myself if ,I stood in poutw .!Yj ..

.ewJ Jtirt: MnkItl'coDgngate' In count- ... The latter consisted of his only son "What is the meaning of it ?" shall fix you in a house. to suit:, l16.'
leflB:BMi2tltfideiL > Thousands of puffingbunw"in "II e i is to play the of
part agentlemanof
and Hubert then I shall live with about. d!
daughter. you
All named, of
: Are Birds Flesh-Eaters
; 'the ?
irnike .bbits wh the old
1e school in a 1 ittle comedy which ,
fifths of
the time. If either ocf lidt
course, himself was in his second 'j.;
.0; -on eveiq'roc1 ledge sits closely-packed L hehas, gotten up, and which is to be I
at West Point undertake to interfere,with me;I IIIatt
the wife
)Ir. Grant Allen in year ; was dead t
; oi3 an article in
.TOWS" ** uX-guillemots and kitt given at the private theatricals of Mme
Knmdixlije on the English long ago; and Geraldine presided over put you both'out of the house" .. l; rt
nrakesliick'headed black-cap ..
'guOs Choteau's .
: 'stormy petrelsj'eider next week, for the benefit of $
'! : ewn'docks ; in short, a I answers this question in the affirmative. his household.One the parish." J The happy Geraldine gave her WhtrF!

Although the old reason why, perhaps, there was another hug, and seemed loth to haw I
blaek-caps eat
.sna n of"wild-eyed beautiful birds largelyof ,"And you and he have been rehearsing J .' .'.- >.
., guarding;their,precious: 'blue. or green fruits, the young black-caps will eat such a ,strong affection between father .?" him ; but be said : _j;.. '

gg8/which; lie far minions'on the bare nothing but insects. Breeders of the and daughter was because they;were. so "Something like that. He wantedme "Come, daughter ; Sydney, 'I know,;:

trocks"br'"half' 'hidden among the grass> I canary-a seed-eating bird-are also much alike. She was high-spirited, as to criticise his suit and make-up I is waiting for your anSwer Go.'wi-

read tits>"es"irh ; clouds well aware of the fact that the young independent and as proud as he. She tell him. I hope he will feel better"
feathery oat and to give him some'points ;' while he I 'I'
, 'i!l;midioverlog': near their mates, must at first be fed on aminal food, was wealth as of beautiful as 'an houri, with her volunteered to de all he could for me in j i'I "I know he will," was the"laughing' .

and'appearing.hi:the distance almost usually given in the shape of boiled jet black, waving hair, her the same direction. Our two characters utterance of Geraldine,as, she tripped I. :

..,t, 4ilreya6wr nit') ariftin g snowflakes, Mr. Allen says that this trait of the brilliant her complexion, her marvelouseyes are the most important ones in the piece, away. V. '

-g leanging.irt-urolight. For all lov-- black-cap, common to many if not to features, matchless figure, her patrician and Sydney is anxious that we shall fully Sydney Williams was but a short did, ,

-era of",sucii beautiful,. wild bird-life. most fruit-eaters, may be put side by voice and her wonderful grace of sustain them. We rehearsed alone. tance off. As the father tuned u| ..
: < I can''conceiv?'no"" greaber 'enjoyment side with the one noted by Mr. A. B. manner. But, father, such an extraordinary thing head to follow his daughter, he eaR tbe :f1

thin a' bting'rulse in j.he.Hebridesinhee'ear1rspringltime s Wallace, that the young hummingbirdS Geraldine had. numberless admirers took place while we were doing so man's head, covered with, its'JL..uft
and ,
....- AA _the" Year. : which are developed tower-haunt 3Iany from the North, that I made up my mind to come and curly 'wig, resting .upon his ama,M,
:'* ;' ing swifts will eat where she.had spent a couple of
j Jtmm. > nothing but spidertand years, tell you.?' though he'were asleep-though(|bat ,
;# v v,... r.-.. > .. '. t. .-.' small dies. In both cases the facts and her own sunny South produced' "You dou't was hardly-possible under the 'circum
seem to have been in .
I 'T.A Famous'Pistol Shot. point back curiously to the original myriads, but she seemed to care for a stances. '
hurry said he
""' -I-- .:::..:; ? habits of the whole race. There can none of them. wondering at BAs Geraldine :She'
., her, "for you have been here a half passed_ ,
.. The
'tt. colonel
used '
: : very little doubt, adds Mr. Allen to chide her at
hour." caught sight of her lover and toru4..
Captain Gronow was a that all birds times for her repeated
, were at first carnivorouspiscivorous snubbings she
and him 501111that
abruptly so
handsome The lovely daughter hesitated approached
tremarkably. ,
man, always gave her callers, without a moment
: or insectivorous, and the regard to their he did not hear her.
'faultlessly dreased,>and generally popuQat greater part of them probably remainso social position and standing. She would before replying. A very singular
in society., ;But, as we' already to the leave them at thing for her to do. He had thrown his head forward,on.
present day. The practice of any time, and goith : :
remarked,,he says little about himself in eating grains and seeds came later her father on a tramp through the woods "He wished me to leave him fora short his arms, resting on the stand, and t.

this *.'RenuniscencestV' and, beyond thetact I while that of living upon fruits or the; or fishing'in the ricer time." formed! a strange figure in his English'

: ;'cf a casual allusion to his marvelous nectar of flowers,must have been, the After all, there is nothing -.t.tivat-- "Ah, that's it I Very well. I'm satisfied suit' .of a former generation. .

skill.a8.&fpist 1-abot; we' ''learn nothing I latest of alL Indeed,.the developmentof ing in a pretty woman-or au., \\"man, to" have you here as long as you will Geralding stood a moment 'with

of bis. accomplishments from his books. succulent fruits or berries seems to for that matter-as an absolute independence stay throbbing heart, looking down ,uixm

*He sad,Captain Boss were, by the way be a very recent acquisition on the part of character, an in, '-tK-nden ce And the colonel looked r ith pride.upon and admiring him ; then, seized, bf a

unquestionably the -obest, pistol shots of plants generally ; and it must have which preserves one's self-res i-\.c., at all his beautiful daughter, who re-I: sudden fancy, she stepped closer, and

in the.::'world. ,.Captain.'Boss.
'acquainted with Gronow, and of fruit-eating habits in the correlated proudest of the lords of creation. It is was a bride more than a score of years : with the sprig of magnolias,. which she

.has given.the following authentic account birds. Heace we find the young just that sort of woman that all, are before. still held.
of a celebrated duel, in-the Bois still require Lobe fed upon animal food ; most. anxious to secure for a prize. Its was just like the proud, young Sydney moved as though it were a

excitement ]
:Gronow's antagonist was a many other similar mainly frvgivurohis her father were sitting in the shade of i or agitation of manner, merry way, which caused him to raisehis

.notorious 1'rench'bully": famed for species, cannot get along for any length the long low porch which extended in came to the momentous subject-\\hich head and look longingly up into the
deadly skill.with the pisto1..uGronow was really the cause. of her '
front of their
of time without a liberal admixture of house. The colonel wOn being beautiful face.

says Captain lloss, "told us the story, slugs and caterpillars in their food. smoking his cigar, and the daughter, there." ."Oh, speak !" be gasped,has he consented .

ate said that the'Frenchman.stuck his the other hand,the most advanced fruit- who was richly dressed,, was gently You say, father, that you admire ?" '

tgloeona: -<.tree,.and, in a swaggering eaters, such as the parrots, readily revert rocking' back and forth, and looking off much V"That or rather, respect Sydney very :, The fellow's whole soul was ia
:tone ked Gronow. which finger he at the poor
to carnivorous practices in confinement Mississippi, along which a : '
l should( bit ; and.,. hitting: the glove, !I ; and one New Zealand spe high-decked steamer was laboriously is substantially what I said." the question, and she saw how cruel it'

,:. &e said to Gronow: 'I :will serve you cies, since the introduction of sheep plowing its way. "As much as any young gentleman. of was to keep him in suspense.

iaf tlw same way.' ,Captain HesseGrooow's into the colony, has become a perfect A close observer would have seen that your acquaintance r" \"lIe says he thinks we will be sun"*

4. 'second, afterward killed in ad1Lel pest to the breeders by its partiality for the beautiful daughter had some sore "Really more." I pletons if we don't many each other.

.- j.said to him ; "You must do >omethkg animal dainties. troube: on her mind. She was uneasy "How"would you like him for a sou-: Sydney caught her .in his arms, and

to try ,and shake, that fellow.s.mn'etsO'he I and restless. The swaying of her chair. in-law ? I it may be said that the contract was,

threw'up his.hat in the The New: York Railroad Commissioners was fitful and uneven. Sometimes. The colonel turned, as if struck by a sealed then and there.

-pair,aid- Gronow.put,his.bullet through recommended that the New York smelled of the fragrant sprig of mag- pistol shot, and looked keenly at his The young man was always partial
j daughter
tit'a.'then, bowing' to the French man, Central and'Hudson River and the X ew nolia'in- I-her hand in a nervous, way, and minute. without speaking for a full to the sweet perfume of the magnolias,.

f diJl: >)isUtntfix>ila.tO destine.. :." A York;Lake Erie and Western Kailroad her lustrous! eyes seemed to be brighterand the Geraldine herself seemed to be but now since it is associated so intimately

; ''few ts-blltte3' aDd 'the. destiny. was fulrilled. Companies abolish the charge of one more flashing than-usual. '. she picling looked sprig of magnolia, while with his winning the love of his

. (f fOllOW'was anything but a cent per bushel for elevating grain But_the colonel noticed nothing ; :for but,'for all uncoosclously her forced -down at,. it; heart,there is nothing in the world of

.. quarrelsome bullying .jjersoiu At- from their .docks,into 7 esseLs... 1- he knew the superb poise of his composure the vegetable' nature .to'which he is 9
". f ;orf '-.! J..._.. -. ...,.,. -y. .. ,. : .daugh- crimsenblcod crept, up under
> ; 1'i ; .. 7 rich partial as a sprig of magnolia.


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.'"j,:, ; .g'aei r'r, usty" fwlttf-nothing: white'sugar;'Bt of a walnut,said t&veitiakunnn so. 'is''.it....tbe.freatek.".' ppHiier'forroardaflyfoodL ceive.from> it i delicate afcade'of ecru, be let akmer idtning*' to ..tak.;'ieaw.ofitaelf. .

: ; crabwgryceledxain.A01t'1<(iJr."tfi': ..UfJJ MIlt.:;sad= : '.:from:a tuning 'b ttIr. < -:*" _.-rWater t: ,' 'wbih'is w popular'for ]bcustruow.. .,*:all,'4oit0e'Itime\; ;;dteenee

; :' 'iI-P ,;>. '' !' Keep bottle and mouth-piece in a bottle Pollution ,Curtains and other artistes of:jtlia. kind must, not be'.'devoted, to the.grain. 'mop.'
: l ,. .. } :It \ J"' ,
';:t; ,: t' .u.. '1 1o. u-ID,, -. ...... .l11Jm! ofywiUr when notfin,nee;..to1 which a The effect of water pollution upon the may be treated in the same way. "V What is planted should-?,be7: gin well
gh? De'"' "r' : 9'r little soda be addedForinfaatafire health has been' published. .or .
;. ..gpwabepgeitin'llbe! may repeatedly A writer 'it the New York O.munuial and- .on soil well prepajrM'iorf.. tt But

.': ". :;'1 ), ;1'" ....d" -' or six months old.gigs;half barley Goitre is caused by drinking water impregnated Gadtt5 : I do not dread,:hog La ordirtohaveapl; 'or meadow'

;: T' "jbrilfbe'wMa,the witchery water and half ,boiled milk; with salt with animal matter, and disappears or chicken. cholera 'at ail, for as noon and pasture, raise sigh ybtashels'of comtotheacreuisteadoffbrtyt '
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w .' -'i.....\.;-111., 'seemlecely today: and lump of sugar.For older infants when" pure water is substituted.' either begins to show signs of disease I !Or raise.., .. .

"l." jeut thought, of me lutes its, 'COLEUR-\ give more milk! than barky! water. In Great Britain, 164 epidemics of enteric mix some carbolic acid in the feed., and muck on twenty aeresaiyai do now,oa $ -

Lftutt jreryjdaj sense w p' .some nfw fault to I For infanta very costive;'ghre;.oatmeal fever were traced in four ]'eaISto, ,they soon are all right again. forty;:It can be done;.aniT nhrmH beJTlifr

instead, barley. Coot and. strain as impure air,or water-usually both-and If the paper:which is put.over Jelly acreage of all the cultivated'crop*caa be
ii v t oo could- fors. moment.supr'yolens before u When- ,the breast-milk pal only 6897 deaths occurred in a single year and jam is wet in the white of an egg, greatly decreased without iMtonftif*the,

;l1; jot<'end' cold ey.s' nd ,an-every- : half enough, ckang. off;between breastmilk from these causes. In the historic out- it will when drbe tight and firm, and product this way the grow lams can

.f 'fi t w mJ JMWC-- .., and this prepared food. Dr.-Pge break,, ;at Over-Darwin. 2000 cases of keep the fruit from molding with much be greatly increased in acreage,and much
commonplace :
the ,
Ipj i-->wsscrtof., i.v -Ame!, t I I'iR says that if. infants,are,fed? n1y,three sickness.and 100 deaths resulted- from a more certainty than if it is 'dipped 'in ;more time allowed'to enrich it.Ia various -

: iHow strange it will_ be! times a day, they; ',will escape, colic polluted water sUpply. .A simple,test alcohol or brandy: The paper which L ways to double its capacity;' These

,gi it will lie,,lore-how stranger and cholera infantum. for pure water' such as might' be used laid next the' fruit is' meant; not that i are.not idle 'wordai: This:srstemV-bf: .Of'

'A .e meet Variety In ., by ordinary householders,is very desirable which is tied is
., itHlk ;- ofthehand our Food. I or pasted over the glass. I management what this covntry must
J'fiTffbWny ifi. jd&.tiU pu14touch lonprdcl ,hUuUy beat ,I'Happiness and bodily comfort depend but none exists, and it requires I The best way to get rid of the docksis aome.ta;< ;,More:cornt>mo e:,'wheat fad

' ".rl : t.tiWbt' f your coming' the' sound largely on the 'food we eat, and:how much skill to prove that water is absolutely i to spade them out, and lay the roots more grass on less acreavBut'grass.belt

Tjpfyoarfcetroar coming Car/down.t.'f I coofred. I Ii pure. Chemical tests' are uncer- up to dry. II that is considered too worth as much per cre as>'pai ,-1rith y

<;j. .IOD .treet j i ,There is nothing more >acceptable to I II tain. The taste bl not to be depended laborious a job, take a sharp hoe and one-third ,of:the- labor;'itliplicyand

o sp o t deal. ;1o"lng'Toi too;to thrnI1lI -' I the appetite than a-change in diet. Along upon, as the most palatable water ris cut them off just below the surface of wisdom tomak ;the IOU amore productive

wwi giy"Jiarsh in reproach or comaiuid; I continuation of the same food, often the most impure. In India' ex- the ground and in a few weeks go over in the 'various ways whkrx::good

,.;._.t"Ji'-"',&b;me t' < ttwill bet- prepared in the same way,.is extremely amination' some of the wells used by them again cutting off all that have farmers know; aid then\"'.to more

.h ..How: strap 4 tiresome. It is easy to have a' variety, the pilgrims showed that the so-called sent out new leaves. Going over thema profit with less'.labor.-loica-Sfafe Begistw. -

.i i =!t'will be,when.we're williag. if one chooses to manufacture it;out of holy water consisted of. almost'pt e few times in this way will finish them "i'

rjd the whole.day through :' -. the very same materials. For instance; sewerage. The frequent. outbreaks, of all. Sorghum for,Feed... ,

",'i.PI"rcm.oteJ.r! apart II a. .8 JPV. i... one wearies 'of" having boiled potatoes cholera among these visitors is there- Steamed corn-bread is The following.statememVit:from..the
randj>il nt.with nothing to say; particularly
ik t.9 first :qU&tterlJ1.teport',0L the Kaaias
fore So difficult has it be-
-ecnnne of the continually. They wholesome explain :
the day.1I are good
; ';' pppsoily on wholesome when made with buttermilk.. ''
1a' wtati-ouie.old married-folJu sort of come to obtain water on the continent State Board <,Agrto toje.,, Tae
!J ". "I a but it is easy to mash the potatoes pure If this can not be procured use lob- ,
f; ; \' ( '
'' 1ful writer .. G. E
Mr. HnAhatd.af.ll
of that the eminent ,
add a little salt and milk heat it Europe ,
1f 1'1rom .picture-don't you? bered milk. To two cups of Indian
' '}+ ; :met. in the oven, and set' the dish on the English physician'' Sir Henry Thompson meal allow one cup of white flour two county' t.baa beeq.growmg. :.>!ogkunl k
- ,; How strange it will be! table in anew form ; or cut the potatoes in a letter to the London Times, tablespoonfuls white two and'a annually, during the past six
I r Jcr.-u'our hearts do grow torpid and up when cold, in chips, and stew warns travelers never to touch a' drop half cups of milk one teaspoonful of years and has.i npt..netsdtli. asngle,
eo1d fail_. .1Ie esys "lplant Any
}' in under circum- ; time
& place, or any .
.,: them in butter till well any
gravy soda of salt --
'tIOmanother. have doneMtt10liTO ; .one one tablespoonfuland '
:! between May:,20, and7juqe 20;_
unless it can be boiled before 1. a
peri'b with hunger and It is delightful change and stares
i a
an economical I a half of melted butter; steam for 1
:. using.-2forth American Review. corn pl4pter,,KJd'plantinft ore toot,ofseed
. t ItT.dinall Iifet diamond'and tafnLh one, too, as it saves the whole two hours in a well-buttered, and *' Cultivate
lt'tt: :"dss; ld* potato, which is quite an item in many The Raising- of Snails. dry off in the oven. per 'r _. "-exactly" -. ayou,-
. wretched and die would! corn, and make .thorough.wok .
.1l. o.1ive un-
families .
at present prices. Slicingand --- It is good plan to have. few a n
oledr.. ,a ..eggplants and
5*> :3 u The plant willb8, ready !O.cut :put
--i?j lbe"ltrange.1. of'all things that frying cold potatoes in drippingsis Snail;raising ,might be practised in in the kitchen garden. The.fruitis _

x tM.t.r ,r.wf.told another good way to cook this vege this country, but it would scarcely be much nicer freshly-cut ,than after in shock Jj.September! lf aiihich time,
',1'iJi"'A l a ins under' the sun! table. profitable in a land'in which frog'slegs cut and.shock the.same ai com,..letting'
standing several bouts in the'marktt.
: ;.t4'.Ar'me; "
rt it remain in the field untait .
; \w if't Row strange it will be! In meats too, different methods of ,are only j list coming into use,while The plants do best in moderately rich ,- wantedfor

.' .. other regarded as tidbits in feed ill.the winter. ,It makes excellent ,
$ ''" "'"" cooking are very desirable, as well as things and very mellow soil. Select a warm, "

;' ..r.r.t: ,9. Health, Hints.. saving. One gets tired of fried meat ; France are left uneaten. In Burgundy, sunny spot, set the plants about thirty : feed the. at any" lime. ;.and. ,especially
7' 't when is
-1''-.1 ii. -* it is better occasionally to roast,' bakeor where the business is carried on to inches apart, keep the ground clean, ground ,cohered:with snow." .
1 only feed sorghum ,during
f ; bad.
) the following is .., .
stew. There are methods perfection, system and look for
:.k am'How; ;1o Preserve and Restore many dainty out the Colorado beetle weather unless.Ihave sir
f<< it' Health. of preparing meats for the table in use : The snails are collected from which is as partial to the egg-plant as -r supply
Rhea 'I feed ,it. at all It
tim c
' ;rBesdin&. ; aloud is, conducive,, to that it really seems as if there is little vines toward the end of summer, and to the potato. ;

\ ;1. t.:","b' '; need of Urging the necessity of change are then placed in inclosures dignifiedby Every farmer should take some painsto makes a :veryrich food,,:and.all,kinds of

i ; should sleep in separateanfi'Aould in the method of cooking. Still, many the name of "parks," to fatten on interest his children in the ,f wls on I stock will eat it witlri a/reli3h,,eating it
I clean
ttt ,stalks and leavesl.v .
not wear night caps. families are in the habit of having the thyme, peppermint and other herbs the farm, and there is nothing that so "Another rf ?:!

same bill of fare all the week. No won- which experience has proved to be quickens that interest as to give them mettiodof growingsofghunifor ,
.B shorld have a fire- feed Is to prepare your,groudby'plowing ;
; ."" mgrooms der people who live in this style like to most suitable. A damp and shady the right to all the money they can .
x or>wme mode of ventilation be- .fine and deep immediately after,
make visits so as to get a change of diet nook is seleceed for the "park, and make off the fowls. In return for feed, '
si4e ii6 windows.'be harvest. Plant as
withnaVom.planter: .
once in a while. Vegtables should the prisoners, "are'kept within bounds. etc., the obligation can be put onI I t
for weakened '/ fast as you plow until $: i have ;the .
[rt remedy eyes, form one item of food at every dinner- by the simple coatrivance of sawdust them that they place the money in a \

J :|bf'nSjtt, use, is a fine stream oold. table. Perhaps farmers cannot obtainso and brambles. This does very well savings-bank, or buy clothes with it', or number of acres,you intend to put to this,
g i wi ei'freeaertly applied to them. weather but when it rains thefarmer's use. About the 1st of August the sorghum
great a variety of those as if they in fine ; put it to some good use, in such a way

.lr and, young people. should behold lived next a market, but everymanwho :wife and children must be as may be mutually agreed upon.. Children is nicely up then: wtjhor.
I legthwise
oiighly of,Ion, vBy ,the,
their heads and on the alert to turn back
o \Q. up has even.a garden patch can have constantly I can not be too early taught ,the loth of
the Will
August sorghum proba.,
{if" ,f bacL'Rhile'. standing, sitting or4i cabbages,turnips,beets,parsnips,onions the runaways. The fattening process knack of making money and, what is bly be'om six to'eight, Laches high, at.

,' and squashes, all of which form a most goes on until the approach of inter of still greater purpose, the'art of which time preceed. to"seed 'the' field
4e to one pound and a halffind excellent variety of feod, as well 'as' a when tufts of moss and bundles of dry keeping it.
1f leaves are thrown into the Pat k.Into these Care of Pastures. with rye. Drill one.aid...one-half bushels
food Is sufficient for a person ins healthy appetizer to one's meals. Apples ?-

l-t: .; vocations of business. and pears, if eaten after meals, area the snails creep, and then, to increase Too many farmers think pasturescan weather per acre; then:, when ,I toe cold
comes urnYour stock in
; dt ., sedentary employmentsapd most wholesome luxury and one their comfort,proceed to seal themselvesup take care of themselves, and no upon
? :. it, and you have ,an.excejlent: ..pasture., ,
in to*ir shells. rln the case of Burgundy matter how greatly they are robbed and
E ) drop one-third of their food, and which all enjoy. Fish is another pleas- '
t1 _. I consider this latter mode one ot,:the .
If ,
snails the substance exuded denuded the cattle feeding the .
e_ dygpepsJa. ant change of diet,'and is far better for sealing on past- o
1 ''', \ occasional meal than for a summer forms a thick calcareous crust. When ures can take care of themselves also. best and most profitable ways of cultivating .
I }vofPrussia once sent to a an I sorghum n, for winter feed.. ,It :
their heretofore the
the creatures have completed have urged importance '
tn e'af;Bniouins a very celebrated dietIndeedthere does away with the expensive item of
311tpat.who is no kind of food that arrangements for hibernating is just allowing blue grass to grow '
; : inquired on his arrivalSveiU When ted before
i harvesting. plan on or
considered in inches before stock is
the time when are several high
beef" h :4fWe never eat till we will not tire ore, and satiate the appe- July 20th the will mature before
tt sorghum
.Ntl'. I R used all the time. All kinds of prime condition.for the table. The tinned on it, and to have no more stock
mgrp,, and.then not to repletion tite if I frost sets in-and a field thus planted will
make inviting meal occa- full grown ones are then used as they than will allow the grass to continue
poultry a
Lithe answer.UI then very
may secure you a great amount of valuable
but cannot relish them are wanted for the market, the young that high with a thick coating for the
"; "1the'"d +ctOl "I have Jnusini."SISfcw sionally, one
; no for all kinds of stock La winter.PIANO .
L'.If +p n ..aw'ihe < !- i for many days in succession. It is the ones being left to swell the next year'scrop. I ground, keeping !moist and the grass .' -. .

.... -, But all kinds of pasture need
*-io';O.i. I same with pastry, a chance is needfulin green. STOOL ovA prettyway'
York Sun's infallible chol-- -
Jt : and feeding. The on a
order to have it well appreciated. A Dude in the Wild, Wild West. care grass crop to cover a piano stool which ,is
!:{l {gabare is as follows : Take equal parts well regulated and properly ordered
$t. of 'tincture of Bread is the only compound of which much worn is to oU .a piece, of broadcloth -
cayenne, tire and they enjoy that The car was full, and I, pre-empted a farm is worth more than the corn and
people never or felt so that it.will fit, the top.
:; ;L, h. ri tJ1re of rhubarb, essence of occasionally toasted,better than to haveit seat on the rear platform. Inside were wheat c"Op. And yet all the care and ex This may be left plain, or may be'ornamented
-:: 'and spirits of camphor.
set on the table in a stack of thin miners bound for, Carbonate, a drummer pease are devoted to the cereals, leavingthe .Vith a vine in :applique-worL
; treB... Dose 13 to 30 drops in a
1t to take of itselt This is
1aSS slices. I know that some claim thatit one lady and'a something that we grass care Around the edge!this sew;'a regular

'x, wtd 'of water according to ageviolence is of no account what you eat, it is all decided was a dude. Once in a while unwise husbandry and poor economy. little lambrequin. Have the, foundation

"'f of attack. Repeat every sweet and wholesome, and will sustain the train would'be lost amid coney There is no crop which responds more of broadcloth or felt. or ofiTrtlvet.
f i relief is.
;; : prjtwenty minutes until cot true. Our happi- pines and then through a gap in the cordially and pays more liberally for '
it is ,
:.i- -ottained'c: nature, but This may be in one piece, cut in pointsor
'A1t ness and bodily comfort both depend in trees would' be caught, an Eden-like good treatment,by the farmer than his scallops, or separate pieces, 'with

'1- : F r'Sleeplessness. the food eat glimpse of the disappearing park. pasture and meadow land.
% ,. a great measure upon we the edges pinked or button-holed," and
y%$ p b se Clan writing to the Christian and the manner of cooking it. Admit- There were innumerable shades ofgrten If a man keeps his mowing land in with a different design in applique or

-'i-& ( *riuon: "on; :.subject, of sleeplessness, ting this fact it is an important branchof beside the track ; the brilliancyof good condition, he will have an abun- in Kensington. embroidery. on, each

Nm t :If neither beef' tea or milk science to understand cooking in all grass and the almost black of the dance of hay in winter and spring, so part, or, if pressed for time, the. lambrequin -

,f ".".i 'procure, ,hot' water with its forms, and be able to make victualsas forest. Even the dude showed an'interest that he will not be compelled to turn will be handsome if the 'design

.t:i aq fuse: .,'bf hops or mint may be sub- tempting and palatable as they can be I "Xo paintab, aw, could do I his poor cattle on his pastures before is the same on each part., Another way

,;c f or even hot water alone will cooked. I do not believe in too rich food, this thing, ye knows aw." The language there is a bite for them. They tramp to make the lambrequin is to buy a stripof

: temess and induce sleep. A or extravagance, but light, wholesome of the dude was not particularlyflop the soil into mortar and gnaw the very the fringed border intended for the'

z } erred_ room, that the moonbeams plain and substantial food, cooked and I but his bead was level. However roots of the grass from the soil. In this edge of burlap mats. work the. design

1 er.ter:,'a little fresh air from an I arranged on the table so as to look nicely he got knocked completely out of time condition the ground is bare,soon bakes woven in the border with bright-colored

-,", ->- sjrw wuiuuir or fireplace, are valuable and taste well besides. further on. The train stopped'at a neat in the sun, and there is a scanty: crop ef worsted, and it is a pretty finish for the

|;J.:||rtstmts: in making the sleep continua Let the housewife seek for variety cottage painted brown. In the door grass the entire year. If hay is plenty in stool cover. /

...r- "_t".....')' _., of dishes, not for variety at one meal was a rosy-cheeked maiden, leaning.in the spring it is better for stock than half _
,i.! i unconscious her broom feed and ten times better for RUBBER CAPS. One objection to'the'
Care of Infants In Summer. alone but a change for every meal. It grace upon a on grass, .'

e ew'York board of health reethe is just as easy as the everlasting same- "Aw,me gurhl, don't ye get lonesome, the pasture. ingrain carpet is that the high heels" .

? the appetites of a family. ye know aw, way up heah ?" he ventured The thoughtless farmer scarcely lets a which servants delight in wearing on
that cloys
:( .; 'rules for the ness
''"'Po ,... .-, 'following of stick its head the catch at the threads,,
: !>: ,_ in regard to the nursing of in- Hash for breakfast is very well once a with a smile that trespassed on spear grasss above thick shoes seem (o ,

[.Over-feeding does more hannjjt. week, but to have it seven times a the back of his neck. The girl seemed snow-bank before he will turn his stock and drag them out of place, producing .

: infant week is six times too much. So with astonished for a moment, and then. in to eat it, and poach up the soil And a rough surface ; another is that the legs
else nurse an ,
esth.o kind of cooking. 'Baked beans looking over her shoulder called: too often both pasture and meadow get of heavy chairs' have the same :.effect.,
two old two or three I every
;! every this annual treatment. The One of saving these carpets jp to
'" nice' once in a while but to Pap pap the dime museum menkey right way way
months are very
infant of six I
gj .times
ff'jtAflklBtf* j- would incline one to the' belief The dude seemed to shrink, and noth- condition, and then keep no rubber caps at cost, of about seventeen >>

.{ snd..no.more. if an ;infant rot: days he is not fond of beans. Cir ing could induce him to open his mouth more stock than i.will eat in a suitable cents The servants' 'heels are.' of l\
b wIt' that very '
l 1; gaielit pure:water, or y that ends :.: time and the of both." If course 'amenable to.no such remedy. .
1' fciR110 MPff.. :fin relation' to' ttutp 1 cumstances alter cases,but a little fore- from point to the journey's way products -- .- ". "- ..

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M.tttA& -t -... Y and Mblc. reimtoCottplainta these>!'>31a ban no
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r.r 'ohobb... ,il', OJ Ito>a a.BciM, :\. ;' ,f.fina is ....... Send foe pamphlet. I.s.JOU SON a co.. BoSTOY JUSs. now manufactured.
." .:s. '..aye!''.to/ib d lt.li Je1it" J'.a few ,ASTHMA BRONCHITIS .
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:. ". '-..:. ,'i'oteJ8.fr ": "' ;.r; ,;' .JOHNSON'S"ANODYNE LINIMENTXennULlBllBCiita. (Fbrlittcr..taatllrr
..' .. ., fiRST-CUSS in Material.
'= :: iwiitf Florida of .Bora lAiABleedin?at the tan OKmie Boom .H>ekiwC .WboopiJIaCoagb.'
to first
f premiums. ,. ,,CbmnloliarTbaiaUinniJe Ujviatar,Cboton Mortal.Kidney Trouble*,JHMUCS of Uu
:-tr 'ii '." # : 'L 8piIIo IID4I.1aa D.- gold ev -wbere. Send for pamphlet to L 8.JOHMO A O>,Botro..3UM. FIRST.clASS in Everything. -

t tmau',_"I?A:1h'LabHamsFI. ,- nil awwU-lDmnl fart that molt of tle
MODERATE in Price.
'.. ::Tvv PLL; ,Binger;;Lake Harris Fb.;; :Born oon0T,1 Zid&j MAKE mU ENS LAY }

:,> .&Gttdae5 Lenborg,Plagr ..nnnluabae.t No&biPtt oath WARRANTED for Five Years. = --- .
g .eon
a will make hea lay like Sheridan's Condition Powder. DOM. OM tMkipoannd to pint
., .- _.' _' pc::, 1C Martin.. ,Talla- L od. Sold reiywlifire, orient b7 mall for sti txe.In lUmp. L S. JOHS O.4 C '
:fl<.. .'III >::'' :'"''-'' d to give perfect;satisfaction in every particular. Oar factory la out
: and most complete in the world and all of our work is ,
: .It'dilt strictly fh'at-ciaea .
'.BIi 7*;bt tropical fruitBb1: the WALTONVHANN & CO., a full line ot the leading Pianos,and can fnrnisa any styla at'the Jowea&DII ;

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"-t. We aredeeirons introdndngoarOry q
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orange WANTED.
> PLOW BRAND Y onttho9onthandofierepeeialindncemeuala and -Good reliable men ]
f' c MBCELLANEQUaWHENOTE ig our instruments. Exclusive territory given and protectionguartSSi* .
t.y "

: u for nt>lfftB6>ADd i&foimation. ':'. .1,

..k.. : Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure. REFERENCES$: An/Bank in St. Louis or Chicago.STORY .. ',' ,

}- Zith i Cotton, PREFACED EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable growers of & CAMJ: :

- lI..a SaePianooro. Or Florida. It will produce a heavy but sound and healthy growth on growing trees, .
gn an. ? and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy of fruit. '\ II:'f;

,"'Y''.:i+ and enliven:Bat.why the wait long for tot itt summer Buy months at once IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant crops growth and in the 203 ,NORTH FIFTH: ST., ST. LOUIS,,HOC;l
; latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity. -
wJtb.mU8lc and make the Harvest Home
cmcAoa sntrsEt isa A 190 STATE BTRSSVL ?JI.. t
' tH morejoyfuL'jjfever.mind if -- '- -ilP

,:: haven t-got.}:(cash.fHave*** :. *-r* "-" 'you, not I. DE B .H Y"B A.Y LMERCHANTS' SPORTSMEN'S EMPOWHr;

i ;- -..- r... f ( .. 1V AL'fONTHANN & CO., '
v,- 4t >tf y |K 'ILOODEI Wilmington Del. :

(; :. -4 ::--1--ft: :KATES'' Ail Captain McLean oldie sloop "Aynef' fairing you a Kiel of, the Elegant Side-wheel ,Steamers. Taxidermist and NatordIilL1))

.. Birds&animola mounted with 'X
some ai..i
IDS 1MERPi the V. S. Mall. .
_. Carrying for Anatomy. EY
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;- YO MO ''OlfiAM ),SALE ? ONE OF TILE STEAMERS OF THIS LINE Everything appertaining to-,sGootlag t;:.
... will leave Jacksonville daily trom wharf foot and
.. fishing to be found
i *-nar ..-.'*' my eatabfs 1
: of
: ;; ; = JNO. ANDERSON, of Ormond.Agent for East.and South Florida.. Laura street at 2 30p.m.,and 3.F. and W. .
-- -.:.........- Kail way wharf aU:-&U p.m.,for N mentand at'reasonable rates. :1 "

, ,Arid don't >oo,know*that_during the Palatka Astor, Sanford En- i Also dealer in the Celebrated* +
month*of July,;August and Septemberyou COLLINS GO HARTFORD brand of Asbestos paint in all' CGlo" t'1

can boy at LOWEST ROCK* BOTTOM terpriseAnd ready for use. The best and clleape;
i: Cash Bates by paying little cash
: paint ever for House..oi BoIC
: all :
.} down and baGtnce."Novefhberr..ls ,,wltb- Establishod 1826. interml.watelmdinb'S south of use. Oil stoves in great variety;!suI(& W% :
L$: out'Interest V-It'* *dead sure fact, and Palatka. for family or boat use. S-A& t
you can't'save one red cent by postpon- '
ing purchase until your cotton comes In. Sunday Boat will leave at 1 p.m. LINSEED OIL WABBANTED. Will make close connectlous with all Ran
: ,Here.,are the terms. Lines for '
;' .-<.-...sMidsuSpecia1'---' ......,- "...-.,- Points'In the Interior. Pratt's Celebrated Astral Ofl w ift;: :

; And with steamers at Sanford for STOCK.Triple *.t

,Offer. 1 ,Points on Indian River. ,
*:?>* Pad***;** "'Jj .t .. '' plated "Table" from i"i
aTs ware .
.. Returning leave Enterprise at 7 30 and San
11'C. .
ford on arrival of train arriving at Jackson. i House of Holmes, Booth/A nayd Q.r.;' ';
s2iCsi> Ildaowa eo a Piano ville .
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t ,Cfr- "-"> r.' .. '" Lanterns.Razors, Combs, Nick: Naek4
.. Early next morning. in endless .- <<-"
, ,r .SIO SSiI down on an Qrgan.AndthQ : variety. : :r .
; 11' Matins close connections with rail and steam '1'-1 ,
i'. balanpa. November '1st next, Lines for aU points Cigars,Tobaccos Flp ss. J I

torn without Cash OMcept.fiates..interest.?No interest Hock or advance Cut- -,- -= NORTH EAST AND WEST. and all smokers' articles. .,T < .!!...,

r In price.",''And It,when pay day comes. MANUFACTURERS OF For all points between Jacksonville and When you cannot $piL.+; &1
take t'xwhat
one of the eteamera
t you longer eaJ:1".Par":time with 'a(<:+,reasonable cashv.we.; wilL. give Market wharf daily, Sundays excepted, at lu you want in the other stores. lu,Tk*. +
: .*' increase Axes Hatchets a.m. tusville just give I:. C. S. a call .and:lOSl1will
9'ofprlce."M ChiokeringrLudden & Bates. Picks FAST MAIL. be sure to suited. *
,. tbuahe ,'1QaDfch Bach, Hallet Davis Leaves Jacksonville for Green Cove Spring get '." 4'jl.. --
. & Co; andarloll.-PJanos Mason & ,
Hamlin,,Packard Orchestral; and Bay AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY Tocoi Lake and Steamer Talatkn.MAGNOLIA leaves Florida NOTICE OF LYSOL VE..va1''Y' 4

'l State Organs_'Every.grade and style. TOOLS FOE FARMS In County Court ..b
;. All with maker's names.and'fully guar AND PLANTATIONS. Central Railroad wharf at-a. m, daily .Sun Brevard County
day exccpteU,returning bame day.For ,
anteed... No stencil Instruments sold. A Also FINE Florida. .
selection STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS further information apply t!.
from over 800 styles from ten at General L leading makers. Fifteen Of all sizes and from $5 Ticket Office comer Bay ana Laura Streets. WHEREAS Fanny ;A. Joyner; Admini3tratrix
.- We all days' test trial prices to $33. Also, Plowing 1IaTle& W.B.WATSON, of the Estate of J. \Y.Joyner deceased -: :
pve pay freight if instrument Manager.
I. is not satisfactory.Six months Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues, Ac., C.B.FENWICK Gen.I'8&>.Agent. late of Brevard county Florida. >
privilege Ifen.- exchange by writing to the makers having filed in the office of the Count!,. ,

COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St.) New York. Wesleyan Female College.3IACOK Judge ot said county a written sngge '*f-1
SPECLU-BARGAINS: : GEORGIA. tion of the insolvency of said estate- '_ \ r'1-t.;

;'.!.. The Forty-sixth Annual Session Notice is hereby given to all persons:. _
this month inour'grand ,Clearing Out PURGATIVE baring claims of any nature against ttw..
.i Piano Sale. '100 first-class Pianos near begin September 19th 1883. The most said Estate to file the same duly anthem 3iy

ly net some not used a> month offered PSRSflNS 1 IllS elegant College1 buildings in the South, Heated in the office of the County Judge ,

;.. < .from$50 to $100 under regular price, on furnished with all modern appliances of said county on or before the 3d day ofct
: easy payments of 823 cash and balance 0 looking to the health, happiness and com- March A. D. 18S4 at which time there..

, 810 monthly :Sold only.totaake room Lad B CnN108rta0Y0 o'tneomp'.t.h rhwir.*the blond In the.ntr..mt .ia thtMlDoa&1ll. Aa.pe.boWlU tW ONE PILL fort of its inmates. Unsurpassed advan will be a pro rata distribution of the saM '
forfaU'stock. .. E TO TVVELVKHEEii.For ,- .Mtatw.dbbeurlitaoWathtaa4portbl.. tages in Literature :Music ..
: Wr1tefob Special Circu euiBC F m l Complunu then Pull hue Doeqaal. Y/1rOl..1".a th.m is'birpracb.Bold and Art at Estate among tbe several creditors entitled :
lars and full line of Piano and Organ or MBt by auul for M n.ata tm lump 8 od for P&l8pl1l.L 8.J01DfSOB 3 0 &oDoMaaa.nVJwbve.. moderate rates. catalogue to thereto and the said administratrix

{. Catalogues. All sent free. 'Address Kev. W. C. BASS, President, or Ecv. C. discharged. ':

Ludden, Bates9 A TRIAL OF THE BALTIMORE W. SMITH, Secretary. 4tl6 Witness my name as County.Judge ofs, .". ,/
JOBBER said county this 27th day of August. .
t t
: ValuablesProperty D. 1883. J. A. MCCBOKY, .* "
LEXCJS. Thirty acres of land in the Titusvillc Fla.,Sept. 6, 18$3 196m.. .:f .:
h SAVANNAH, GA. 1st-It is the easiest running pres. made. 2d-It is as strong as any press made. Hammock. City Point .....
3d-It is the most' durable press made. 4th-It will do as good work Many Splendid new galvanized NOTICE. A'f : ;

>. ONT. .. iY'SOO._.'. made. 5th-It will take less to keep it in repair than any press made. Cth-(press La Wire Fence around twelve acres. Five Six months after date I will present M*' 'zs'

;: but not le:1.,1) It costs less than any first-clasx- press, made. Hundred young and healthy Orange trees his Honor J. A. McCrory, Judge-of then,:,

Forty bearing trees. Beautiful River county court of Brevard county Fla. my,,.. ,.:'-
final accounts and vouchers as administr -
Front. Six acres as fine cant and banana ,
:: tor of the EstateofSamtiel3toorelate' ,
//1-: "" hind as there is in the shite. Adjoining' of said county deceased andaskforaflaal- ,: >.

the land of the Hon. Win. U. Sharpe. discharge as such Administrator.
PiiiNEas D. WESSON Administrator.
Here isa : \
good opportunity for any one :March 2'J, 1883. (-tS.6m) ;'

. desiring to make a good investment, as -

the place must be bold. Titles perfect NOTICE.

Ig Parties intending to purchase can make Land Office. Gainesville FJa.\
enquiries of Dr. G. W. Holmes or lion dug 10, 1SS3. /

W. H. Sharpe. For terms and NOTICE is hereby given that the fog
further lowing-named settler has filed notice of
particulars addre A. P. Perham Quit- his intention to make final proof in support -

man Ga. or R. C. Pcrhaiu City Point Fl a. of his claim, and that said proof,,'ill
confer be made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk cir
I 3 with Captain Peter Wright of f cuit court at Titusville Fla.. on Thursday

the fast sailing sloop "Ali.st" who will November 1st 1883 viz: GervaiJ

o carry parties to sit the property.PISO'S Schlater of Micanopy Fla., lIt.!. 11794 for
-- the, lot 1, section 7 and lots 1 and 2 section -
S, Township :!6 S. Range 37 E.
MACHINEEQUAL CURE FOR 'He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence and
TO ANY SINGEU IK THE MARKET eggSaCTagaggS i cultivation upon
of said land, viz: William
The above cut represents the most popular Mathisou F. S. Risler. Riifus 1:. Stewart "
style for the people which we ole I. and Joseph Dixon "Rockledge. Fla..
. for the low price of
yoq very 20. lie-
A. U.\I .
"ES. Register,
member,we do not ask you to pay until '' LAGRANGE ..DI.LICOL... 16 :\V' U. S. Land Office. '
you have seen the machine. .After having EGK'LAGKASGE ,

examined it if it is not all wc'reprt'SCllt, a 1881. GA. NOTICE. A; *
return it to us'at, our Consult 1840
expense. Six
Ik'-OllCl1S 12 months after date I will present to.
interests and order Sept. 18-S, nith.fullfacul- ?
your once, or send OlJorable.J., .
for circulars and testimonials. tj' ThvrU iu iirii.h.Lat. \ )fcCrorv. County Judge'.-:,

Address CHARLES Wood & CO., a d in, Greek, French, (;crmuIlu ic and of Lrevard and county Florida, my final accounts of ,

No. 17 X. Tenth St., Philadelphia. Pa. 1' Art guaranteed. Special care: is bestow('d the Estate of voachersasudroinistratric BBrtholomew deceased .4 ii
March, 43 .6mPATENT. upon young pupils In Preparatory Emlg
? department and ask for,
< a final discharge from the ,
t. fitting them for
Ji col'tge'cla.Q '

IU NO PAY. ., t. College-home fords comfort and parent-The administration.C..-J. SAXDI of-.said>KI>.Estate..Administratrix.FlavJSepu. ..

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vioea. Compounds, In:;igns, masonry; grounds are ample and beauti
and Labels All proiiinlnary-c wo y.I-t.. fuL Situation is high antI ...* Esa?. Bo .
to noted )
.as patcntabUity of inventions, free.. Oar s. J1 a aV forhimlth- Vied with oformatk1sta
\ Guide for obtaining .Patents" is A AlTSiie Press'e'T fulne. Annual charges for any Yopolirrtord.c.rr
: sent free and bo.ud.&c'and I urfobrw.
Printers' :
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: I aSHwraare. to s r Iir naa kicked 'One day a.poor man came..to plead ''
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rmndlt6ont. it .Ter ven'IoU Af;, ..")...I.i. for a little;more Lime in .which 10".1; !
ips ere drawing near, 4er having ff day'a,illneaft goipg onprwperouafy ._ The pool sinter had ajciad heart the his rent, .*. !tDe I. ne'I: F

pa .bpltP re.ld'i r'fa1lZhe in worldly {pin andaxaaMPing 'had beat a wifeand 'Dl th r,"Ud had "My little gth'teY( sick," he said one sense The'fer: W;;"cr+paeins). '" :
din li-of
jrild' :
in the is
early morning bnsi-
cold wiada'biov o'' I richfSj bian a reached th% ,i bbtf< mOtbht"( cnild-and she' in a voice, of distress, with tearful and l a : S :
new men-that proud termof agontryrwhich ;
to kA4 q, cf i agf-W m beaywiMItsluup 'poor .little" ''a 1d.' ''beeii '
? I nderjy took.the waif, un-: eyes, I've obliged to lose rrecognizesthe dfgnitybf'laboiand ;
face, iron frame cold robed examiaed then soothed time and take the :
grey eyes, ,; and : money which I'd 'condemns 'agne'
55 sb3nqitroa 1)- thin hair and a bald;kw 7 and kissed aud hugged, and fondled it, saved for you to buy medicine .with for dotef&nunS .
car a sure .waits for chain ;
J it A the to be lowered
fete u true Now 80 happened that- one hated tih it opened its sweet little blue eyes, her." this chain oft1Di iIot

x of bearthey ado uc i need, ght Abiel Grimes letumed.J and fairly laughed in her.faoe.t4Ohyou '"You owe me a' month's rent I" said pie fivm''J,fo\ng'\1\ s iib tl"fiW.cJ D yt2I':
1 gt to t mansion at the itr > hiS
Clem Drape the tide? t t : dear little-.darling I" ,she Abiel, taking up pen and beginning and frequentIji .
over It
eleven. '' jump beforrntheboDt'
cried, completely obliyioust in her absopbed1 to write. % '1
hair; t uchesili&!whacf: T6at pr :
them no wand yield the rest' i jurhieoca /fit was snowing Jfast"and :the streets delight to the presence, of,,her And if you gfve me .timeTI AIDerica

:, : iyyymdt hand; were mostly de rtedtjr; i: .i Iejrhe oareiaIL.-'nt.-..,-. 'f" ...".' If .:.... If: ". ..I '_' ', j ,"You will never pay mil" inter- gressive early'young'hour untie: thePveeing'yheai::' Andvirom'that ':

1 dYadd'th r4n mansion looked. grim, and dark, ?'Nell," :[he snapped out, at length, rupted Abiel, at the same time hand- "
. i/i they ifcck''drf this -boat ;;tlI 1jumpingtioverendle88'
5 be better land and cold, for there nad bee ao rejoicingthere "is the child hurt?" ,ing the poor fellow a receipt in full for go

eRns home h: that day and the servantB had.!all ; |*'Ohnd\ she. doeSnoVappeartoleV, the amount, and a five pound note. 'and ? chaiast b'f cda 1\ '
coin The
go on thatble sed Uwi j one to bed. Abiel.," "Take that,.end go home and nurse great itatiadbf'
'*h1rfmcare and sin, r Only the ''poor h oaieekeeper' Ras sit- ';"Then'throw" the !she into the fife tn I your darling; and, if not enough for jumpers 1" Thetrepublic'JofvimTynYoung '
l1ateae' aIt, rtt., men in*the prine of Uf&>jarp
n ting' up folhet'bmther; to keep 'thefireTmghr he cried with oflilsfoot distress -
,, a savage stamp your come back again 1" "
jahbtli1t ice. vi'T v into, graves; 'mllddle-a e4"men flurry''
t b.children' and;his slippers"warm; and ; "God bless you !".cried. the poor man, (

'r' c fr-r ? 1)twakened 1 his water hot'"for'-his.. punch-- ;.and'. to act ,|) 'Of;course he'djd not mean to- have bursting into teas into ccffins I'live env,*a'tf pa'of'tetro-i

Anl Love.an as'his slave and minister to' his every his &ist&r'titerally obey his murderous 'He has already !1" mumured Able gressive Italy! :Oh; progre progrpss 1 tOn
thy.altar;are the of.'mil
abieh rr 1f' T order, but only to understand that the to himself; ,'He'did it .one Christ sacrifices-'" -:

&rimesvvas> old bactieldr? r' r encieir'.J.thetBigh child-must be put out of bis way, andthathVwould mas night, when He sent me a little lions of Uves.iniJUoJl8. of<;.,. luxiries and; '.:.

ile called him an old cur- marblarateps in no pleasant frame of-. have;notliinglmoncto dowith anzeL" .*- millions of happinesses' ",hajhnrriect'

tte J him mind. .. it. .I come to tell you that my husband off .$,he ferry-boa \and :)hi ried into scab

srydIthnnkc* and these titles were l It badbeenalong,disagreeable daytohimb ;' :Able brother let it is dead, and that I cannot, ,at present, ; .I am hurried.hatoia 'Q. ,bath, ..
4'0h me keep
tsloiE truthful tha11 fattering.y because e/erybodyhad'beertltoO: I and rear it and call it mine ", pleaded .satisfy the mortgage you hold," saida diningv-rooin ivhc aTdi wE r I el l tyc.A e
a ; ,
tt9sathe worVijgaesr-ajid I Jiappy to feel Jtlje venom ofhaiter<.th weeping widow to him at another into mdhto&h: ; # 7-
lone-hearted sister.; "I want
rSi iradi goes bard enough with some which h* regarded them '' rOn In" '' time. xess. I am: hulked. in'aadtoand ; ,
k Ilgrbis6s vies itardi) urn thing .to love my'declining"years.. down Broadway th"e;'veriest gulf'
I the.Cupper step he. paused .in astonishment "Take the mortgage itself down to *
Let; have this. See, Abiel. **
' deaf
, Agtereold, selfish to-the'core, << which, soon mergi.d'tO the recordet of deeds, madam, and let streannof'allhurry:: 'Yettiittproj l>

j'etnd"ice his fntetests were at' stake ;' ,rage. females how sweet the darling looks", andhowit him write*satisfled, on1 it,"- was the gross ::80 is4a 1n.oin yesonr I eH"o.t '. I
-\0 1- even now ou. "
upon i
fqfMlyJiadnojttore feeling -than. a : Somebody bad left a basket;on.!.that And the little baby did.at. ,that moment reply of the once hard-heartedTnan, as son River "Railroadr' at- eighty r.nuleVi amd

;awjnaore-xtarity than a' toltieasti step-ra basket with a handle to itaJasket ; he handed the document, together ith hour. So. is cabling: messages 'fote
chance throw out its little
l'; seemed fevei graspiBf fdkyrjtt .filled with something which,the. to. an order satisfaction, to his aston- daily dress under the)Atfanficf=:when

t ;ne7er yielding up anything ;' last-falling snow had already'covered hands toward thejron* man. and did ished visitor. -" the messages! arc worth-':cabling I" "feo 3s'
to smile at him babies '
,. jfr lylor'Abiel Grimes; and can-> with a thin, pure mantle hii.Th seem just Like to the pent:up waters of a lobbying at Albany: one'I; approj3nIatitinbillki
x have-before now been known to smile '
ag for ot ngJbeyondJiimseU.,jty ,** 'infernal' carelessness=\ pu- stream when the obstructions give way, ProgressheWis. to me'apaialoa"' : .. .
d H R ttilM was twenty >Abielf Grimes dence of sane servant or'beggw-'L16ut- upon mnrperet so flowed 'forth the charities" Abiel because I.have not'yet.l et+ iiiyy'Italia ']
"Bah !1" grunted :Abiel Grimes as lie "
;fJoong-lady-ajery:sweet tered Abiel:Grimes through his/shut .. Grimes and all knew him marveled peculiarities. :The 'Americaacbampagny. : $l

-, *yeeeg"""* ** liar;lien-
last ored, that they were* basket a vigorous kick; j.' J K'1 f. :But he did not escape scathless._ \, "Behold a .miracle !1" bubbly, sweetdgr.tariasnord: ;' f 1

O'bemarried.R ltfiv He intended to kick it clear from his A beam from that baby's eyes'had Y Years rolled on, and a thousand fizzy! She,'-has not tlat'f'::magiccal .1

f '13sxcae dry,(eing catght out in the :cold, hard marble step-no colder and darted led' into his, andjthat( beam had, car- places feltthe secret- influence"of'that murmury loveliness of.our ftaliamSJ
allowed' another' ybung ray'of God's sunshine from that girl.; And'yet there,is:a cofmopolJlaEicombination
Jaitibe mantoieB'aS harderjthan his own marble heart-into baby darling who had,come so myster- 'j
innocent soul right down into his,
{, ninbiellaover'liierwhil& she the middle of the street. But his design iously on that cold Christmas night to hi'the Ajmerican'girl that;
t "$"* &* s-p cr warming one tiny little spot, and exciting -
' me by sid4lr s .31 r miscarried. ,the they hard., cheerless home of Abiel makes bet;a moat attraetiire.'aognette,
41 rlmee chanced to witness the The basket struck againSt'the Iron one of the strongest sensations of i Grimes.: in her frankness in her pardonable,fn-.

me'Hnioos- rail, boundediback, fell 'over, and"'a his Abiel life. hurried, off'' to bed without As his heart softened under her genial volity, in. .her being;; phenonieifpncofl' ; %

-griming'ind'tearng'paaslone'x small bundle rolled out. his his STD iles;the now humanized bachelor had of verbal intrigue :Yon may.lose:your

totlftelY:s6e. Then.from, the small bundle came a putting on his slippers sister or Griseldaalone making her named Si r 'Albright,in memory of head easily-with,her in a.wetir" ,and is. *..
punch leaving
r ,
Mmcj&: left' Mari Albright feeble wail, a human. wail, a cry ofinnocence with the child. his first and.only love, whom.. .he fanciedshe the ,way ,of'recollecting,wjiatyoujhadl, '1
iLa and never 'visited, her appealing- to Heayen againstthe resembled. said to her yesterday, for,she v'is gifted r i

"t"iffivii ?+t V !-I'K Jl fyx She found and prepared some milk with m ry-1ut.1'our; ; heat- jaaais *
cruel neglect< and.abuse of man. And:. as she grew. in years, .the once
: for it, and-secretly avowed it should "'1. takes time thai t But .
I Jt a longer for: be
' ; :hetsnd sobbed, and was very, kind. gloomy mansion was made cheerful for
;:; : :Vfb-r'a ; never leave her. have or lei
?l 'II1"fiilt time; 'afedrfhen saeided '"A living child !t" exclaimed the astounded her sake, and every Christmas there sure she.will : botlt'aoonerr

,*tt'> : the' 1oun had and somewhat horrified-Abiel That 'night Abler' Grimes dreamed became a l happy day of rejoicing. I don't believe she is half as mercenary

;\: :.laid tie umbrella o' ei herr :"'-;'tffue Grimes. "And if I've killed it there'llbe that little blue baby eyes were lookingat Ten yean had passed, and the thin as she talks, in. the vein of what female .

i i*;-! "iFwaii'ttlii time"forward not,uuJ.t ever the duece to pay;'**; him; and he got up'and hurried off hair of Abiel G rimes was becoming flecked heart can gold despise Yet she:givesyou ".

'. ,',MitIe1 Grimes. .. .. laugh. 1 'Yes, Abiel,Grimee,.and the Lord: to the next morning, as if to escape from with silver;but his face looked fresher, a strong impression that;the alpha-.

.J tI.it-1sidoubtful- 51 he:, could settle with besides. the little one and himself.As and his heart felt younger, and his soul and omega of life, is a'modistejjuur&r,: !

SL 1.1It..1.:.. .>.k....:-\-' :. For a few.moments an almost, paralyzing he made no further protest his was far happier. t millionaire. My impression. of an

.'. f-7 He" ,'dtes. % 1I1to<' :.himsejf! like ,,a.hurtle3ffiitihlsshell terror had'possession'of this',.man sister kept the child in ,the,mansion, Into his presence one day 'camea American girl is one never to be forr '

:- ;i"and to thYworld'he of iron while another-pitiful Rail came but out of his'sight, and 'told the servants lady in black, deeply veiled, and, gotten. She is bright'trtak'au.d bus-- <.

;,',;s:Rolf. exterior.'as'. hard, as.that"bee up to him from that living bundle at his it was an unexpected Christmas to his utter amazement, related the ness-like.. To be.concise, I,would callt
";;1'the1t" S I T which she prized highly the American girl a sort of social cate--
feet. 1 present, more incident of finding a baby on his ..
VI'''' >: '
i:$! Q.is whole'energies- 16 making s' What should he do? v than gold. steps. chism-full,oixquesLiona'." ... : and'answers. t

:! f1o'-i4iidhe made'it.- Leave the little thing .to perish,'and One day, seven or eight mouths later, "I put that baby there," she went on. In many instances she omits the answer,-i

itti rEt weed houses and lands. ,which hewijfli have a murder on his conscience Abiel came unexpectedly into his own "It was not my child but daughter's and' becomes an incarnate,'>questioner'

itiij rtheicil and't6 the poor:" ,I I the coroner at his door? ,. sitting-room, and found the bright and child. I married, and my husband died I never experienced such a pleasurable

f:4giroeto the.luckless wight who \ Call a policeman and'have'iCiemovedand playful little one tied in a chair, ham leaving me a daughter. She married,and witness>box' position inallmy.lite.--; 1;

; t jf*.u a Tort on pay day. a report reach the press in such a mering its little* chubby"fists on the her. husband died. 'leaving her a daughter. Rome Letter.. ... ''1. .5. S ,
.. ...
{i,1;He its d money:.on,mortgages, but garbled:way as to mix; him:up ina' ridic-. cushion before it, and talking to itselfin men she died-- -, and- the- child,, ,
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'f. ,J.M,> ermissed. an opport:nits t fore- ulous scandal ? l' the unknown language of babydom. fell tome. I was poor and you were An Old Story but Still True:.

lil "f..t ,.3 J Aud then-startling; thcught-what "Hello !" said Abiel Grimes; halting rich, and I hoped to interest you in .-" -*-

';'t f'I' JI s Ssemed-- devoid-- Hof.pity. and never if it had already been fearfully injured in front of it ; "you here yet, ma- the little link. I did I not desert the Timothy Ruggles was six. feet.. .six; y
: and had fine and
inches in
f 1" 1DelCr.. r_ by his brutal kick f dame ?" child, nor put it there by. chance, height :, a

f \,.' 91be street went a !:sick: father or Might it not evwi at'tha: awful mo- for I knew you were coming home, stately bearing. "and,was,. a..man of'Ujn-. -- .
"j'f "Ma! ja go, goo !I" answered baby, is'related"tkrougk.traditional
'ssskOrtor finite jest. Jt --
children .
, starving If ment be dying I : and I watched from my hiding place J
l'-d $his lawf ulclue. It was a cold night but great beadsof both hands and feet ny up and down as till you took the little blessing in. sources that the coming in of thet, I

' *:f fl. ,;;waa,*'no hypocrite- however ; he perspiration came and'stood out on if attached to springs. "Unknown to you I have had an eye SupremeCourt of Judicature at Unit&- ,

'l. *:$*Consistent- with himself.' the thin, hard face of Abiel Grimes.At Again something shot from that pure on it ever since. You have cared for bleabouttheyearl7lheadedb7Chier'Justice :;

*"v 'iB?:{;gave. nothing to churches, be- that moment arollicking party. of little soul into the dark hard. soul of it tenderly, Abiel, Grimes, and I feel Lyne an,,old wonwin cami'iato

:?."Pii*as he averred, religion was aSA young men turned the corner of the Abiel Grimes that in turn it has cared for your' soul. the Court House as,a witjiess. ,,swui"ro wseeing
j. :} '1hiJL" street, and came singing, laughing and "Confound it," he muttered "I be- You have called it Mary Albright a seat at hand she. was directibby .",

gB gave' nOthing to hospitals, beme shouting forward lieve you're a witch !" Why? Well, I the name is answer Ruggles to'take"theChief.Jusik' ; .
"Ja ja 1 goo goo I ja-goo !1" laughed seat and so she innoceatlyy tpok it..
'no business would
You have
% ; :purple"lead to be In'another minute they .pass enough. seen a resemblanceto :
'JicL ... r; baby, all full of springs Soon the Court; in all the pr9ybca!.
f! '! lJ" his door. one you once knew, and once loved, J
:t :k gegave; nothing to charitable so- Heavens they have already seen The next moment. she was up in those but to whom you .did a'grievous pomp and circumstance,, entt :d. with..
' ; strong arms, and her little.velvet cheek the accompanied pfficers and anaounced.*
'it: 'because. the poor ought to work him and what if they should hear'and wrong !" .
bread see the child, and find it dying f roni his was softly pressed against his lips. "I did !" burst from the white lips of "The Court ;" whereupon ;theChie:; .

chart, heave nothing to anybody, brutality. II I am glad I didn't kill you !" he Abiel Grimes. i' Justice,,with no small degree L of'indig. .,
.Y if fptAbiei'Grimes.. I There were courts where men were said.At "She forgave you thenforgivesyou Nation, inquired of the old: lady "why- u

.i if ';Rb4Abic1: Grimes he t 'pauTpered. tried for murder, and Abiel nines did that moment his sister came still-and has come to say that she was there:" Slier 'iuinaediately1!

.;...: "",. ,Tb -,,..,."i nothing too good for Abiel not like even to fancy himself standingin hurrying into the room, but paused you can have her grandchild for your pointed to Ruggles and said : "Tbat.
i'1';""--,$C.'"!" the felons dock. with fright and astonishment un seeingher own." man told me to take this seat" Tav

f! boutht a splendid mansion, sur- Never did the trembling fingers of brother present and baby in his "Oh, give me herself also," cried Chief Justice ordered-= to leave 'ii.

: faster than in applyingthe arms. Abiel Grimes with seat, and after the Judge had-ta&BSit., ..., "
work powerful
'iU.t s\yhimself.with,luxuries,and kept, that man emotion,as
"f. were no, better than so. key, turning the bolt and forcing "The only child I ever saw that I he seized the lady's hand and drew aside turning to Ruggles' with a prppeJ.dag.-e.i?

'' :?Y .sit. es 1nJ is regard.; ? open the door of that palatial mansion. could bear to ha.ndltt" he observed' witha the veil from the calm sweet face of.his of indignation and firmness,said :' .M.r._ ,.

,' -I-. ist r.kepfc house for him, being Then he sezed the child and the bas- kind of a sheepish look,"as he placed old love, Mary Albright. Ruggles, why did.you give.thi3'o'

!! .r: ,41"JI' aet,.timid,childish widow, with ket,sprang into the; marble vestibule, the little one in her arms. Seed we go on with the sequel_? my seat?'"Ruggles replied r "I the gkW. : Sit

+ ti home, nor_ any means to live and shut the world out, just as those "Ob Abiel, she is in an angel sent' ; They; were married on the next. a good place- .. for old wcmen.'sPolka "

F.'." $ Jabor.: *1.. merry young bloods went singing,laugh- from heaven for the comfort of us ,Christmas, and have ever since .......
' st t alUays lithe year, ,Abiel GrimesL ing, shouting, reeling and rollicking both !" cried Griselda' with a warming been counted .among the happiest of dots are'now no loagwtt,J .

t. 1d..,$andaye,end, "holidajL. past the dark frowning windows his enthusiasm. *'% ;. .mortals. color-but are variegated: 01 iridesciat,>.

,'1 t: .r.{ I .t..i. ". ". '1. bachelor abode; The brother did not answer, and the And noW, instead of curses, .Abiel or if self-colored are placed alternately

,<: :we he could not vex people in his f Hastening to his own elegant sittingrOom sister felt happy.that he-. did not storm .Grimes heaps blessings on every Christ- in 'contrasting-tones, .or, in triplets,:! ., ,::

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valuable book 'atTwjj
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;> iZiasie'ooosummited: -Rea} Estate Law
ItI.. .. 4 t >y.' :,...,,.l,.. ."''h1rr .... the desire for those dreadful that has yet been published about a a 1S14i
::, r_)< .' :< .. .I Ji1'4 r::1.f.'j ;-< . Artificial stimulants that car Florida. Price, $5. to be sold by subscrip Hay, rB.. AGRUDER,. ,
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RaW Advertising: PUBI
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.uaa.----....- r.z ....fn".. desolation, strife and unhappiness 1 Page with 0001$50.: }Page book ISO : Rockledge, Jf
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wanted in to
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fc-W fri. ...&.;.< .- .".t'f.1!,:" : 1"'l'i... fan UcL whom liberal terms will be offered." moOR 8. .J01lES. t.i t

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>,, "1iIit>I ATifcawaii." ',:..I'.w; od. '-.:. ItbtactIBrrrzas howHtsIa01f P. O. Box 1042.] Jacksonville, Fla.Hnntavllle AnORNEYATLA'J

;54 *'l...ejr= > riii;'did not'forget the ,a true oo-ilcohol- CLOTHIERS, 1 ;
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.'T. ," : iJ ic tonic made io Baltimore, Female College. Titusville, .- ,
ra. "" jl! Samples to be seen at store.NOTIONS.
Brown ChemicalCompany
NJ..bJthc HUNTSVILLE, .Au.RA vi. .. .
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> :-ww j ''C.Ah'' 'We-on', of Banbot .who are old drag-: Thirty-fourth session begins Sept. 5th.1SS3. M.E.. ENGLISH. ;' :,': .

r'J _Dfiiaii; 'who ii at pnavat stopping gigs and ia every particular Nocollege in theSouth has increased I; ,.
reliable,will by remov Public Stale LtjSiAffidavits
Notary at
.at;'tfeu f .::1t..wt ,the sloop ing the Craving appetite of so rapidly in the last three,ears. Prepared DOKSHe & FAICT DRY GOODS, ,..
the drunkard and to give instructlbn in all departmentsof drawn and business 1:
EIL;trem'Q by caringthe
v .. Grlln.r to me promptly attended to. -
ncnrousncu weakness, Female Education. A Christian home, MS Clotting & FmisMm Goods. ; "\
L-l) .-Tedieebotcommenaed work on andeeBcral ill health ranking for pupils. For Catalogue with special inducements -I Much latmrT Office at his resldelite,' ::

t16eIDFh'' 1ltumpestraetornow: from intemperance, do address,Rev. A. B. JONES, I Titnsvllle, "'

? .'facilitate*_ 'the'I .wort Bead. our, letter ia more the to promote strictest temperance sense thin, 17w4' President. J. M. Dixon, D COWIE.TltusTllle: .. 'i;

.ffoaa..._.eor... <. briroapood. ., iit ob the" first page. any other means: now kuo*n. WESLEYAN FEMALE COLLEGE, .
i v Ir b hr TITC8TILLE, : : FLORIDA.
# I// ..,,ri "iltNw t1n1 that If'ty MACON, GEORGIA, ::P fJ:7
';;. ..... ., Dealer Physician and SI..
)'. 8t1.be...I.:G raiigeNine,on the It is a well authenticated Will begin Forty-sixth Annual se ion, ... -f.f:

;.'.,:, .164 ink a*K elr Smyrna,'V l sIa county fact: that many medicines, Sept. 19. A full faculty of experienced I Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, -. r'11OIiia. ;'?'\,. .f 3
teachers. Advanced of The t.sS
Ul. toot tie line enough. to.bold them."t6e'Atl especially'bittcrs/arenoth- course study. Fancy and Toilet Articles. (
best in Music Art Literatureand ,
: advantages F. GRAY. --tt
: a1 etgironktbe I much pleasedsof ing but cheap whiskey vilely Science. Careful attention to all the Pertery Dye-stiils Faints Oils '>:".

; t0'have tthewAwk rards,' ',City Point, concocted for use in local wants of pupils. iSrPrices moderate. Varnishes brushes, ,&almost everything, Watch Maker and JswslIir
.coati np'and play'with t1 eJl .. The' ,Ath- option.countries. Such is Apply for catalogue to 14 2m kept by a first-class Drug House. '
W. C.BASS D. D. President. wARB.UTD .
the with BROWN'SiRONBiTTERS. Rev. ,T ,;
not case .
., lltitei: oat ot::play; I eaV1the next Any drug, medicine or instrument Work or orders left with P.K. {%
Itisamedi- needed by customers Post Office Titusville or with L Brunt L
: : t cine a cure for weakness A. L. HATCH, and not on band, will be ordered. Grange will receive prompaUeI1UOL Wffita it;:
"'::'R would be of untold. benefit to ourrivei In TltuavlUe every Monday. ?-'!!;' :;
> : nad decay in the nervous, DEALER IiGROCERIES KJ'Prescrlptlons carefully compounded '
if- tW Coast c,Canal >Company couldgu muscular, and digestive or- night or day with accuracy and dispatch DR. B. R. WILSOIf., i:'

;' oiinmunicatioh! :.with. .St.:Augustine :- of the by competent persons. Iy38 )t
gans body, produc-- .
;- -'that winter.. .rBu$cSn, they. .do, hiss ing good, rich blood,health PROVISIONSDRY NEWSPAPER.abKrlptioD WUl continue the practice of MeffltiEt I*'

;; .the' next..question Iii and strength. Try one bot- GOODS Tttusvllte and vtefctty. s .,>
: daily mail Agency.The R'" "'-
; WeooghttoJiaYe: our tle. Price "
k 'I.oa. Office at J. M. Dixon'. '.
:,! i re- BrtablisTMid during the. coming winter Hardware and General Ierchdiset undersigned having opened a DruI 8tora:5.. ::

) and this B. DA.WLETD.Bt.. /
aea onfr >etwee&Enterprise place. A
Let our piople'take an interest in it and March s. 4w 45 ; ? ,

see that it is done.. Will be pleased to receive subscriptionsto Visiting Dentist.."d.. ,
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j,. Teanember. ::that' Norwood's Hack any Makes frequent trips to Indian Bmr- ; 1..;.:
Lake Worth, Ac.
; "Tine will'carry you tri-weekly to Enter. Ointment. Periodical or Newspaper published.0 j 1 f;
P. O. Address New '
: .price. oo D i eels with the St. Johns Elversteamers LATEST."THE -- -- ;

r for.'Jacksonville. Fare to Cures Cracked Hoofs, Sprains, Scratches I. C. NAtTMA.lY. MrK .f
time trouble and
'Enterprise tt. expense by applying

-'. indications? V and Sores in to CHAS. NAUMAN, Justice of the Peace $*!* ti
-The f are that we narrowly "
.. the visitation' of Sun- FAIR, Subscription Agent, Notary Public State-atLaje..
; escaped : a gale, on .
Horses, Cattle and Sheep.Ask Also Commissioner of Deeds Ibr tie SUt/rf" i
day lart, as the signal offiee'gave warning Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla. PESSSY1.VASIA.Office _.1:; .

; last Thursday that there: : were'indicationsof (MACKENZIE'S,) your Storekeeper for it, or write THE SLOOP "AGNES at the Hani-Over. ;;: .

;:. Vstbrm off, the.southeast'coast of Florida. .$l1
Offers SpecialInducementsin direct to the manufacturers, commanded by T. .

-As good an evidence as we can present CAPTAIN JOHN MCLEAN, Notary Public, 8tat.-at.Large?

advertiaers of the, desirability of all AMERICAS LUBRICATING Makes regular trips on Indian River. and I

our columns, to them .is the fact'that we OIL O.CJe"eLmd SHE CARRIES FULL SUPPLY OFGroceriesDryGoods Justice of the Peace. .
have bad nearly, {
every con- Court day, first Saturday each month.'
:; tractviehewed that has expired within : : : Ohio.Laundry Canned Goods LA GRANGE it jlorid .
t : the last three or four months.TbePalatkaJbunwZ .
10l ST. CUU <.ASaans. B. L. Surnaadt' \'
STANDARD Hats Boots and Shoes
;says: "We are Of Goods State Attorney ConntyJndgest :s.

informed that:work;will be resumed on Ladles'Shoes In great variety; Prints all Seventh Judicial Circuit. 0raDCe Coonty.StWairAliraiiisSSiiMelLf. :j

< the Palatka and Indian Biver Wax new patterns at low prices.Readyiade -
: : We nave some Bargains In .
: onoe. .A c inm department will be Cloth, Met Articles ATTORNEYS & COCN3ELLOK3 AT: LAW.ORLANDO -it

(- established on the" i hill' ,near.Whitewater SHOES, CLOTHING, Preserves Linen, gives a beautiful fin NOTIOXS.KI FLA.

t.. 61 and 'two.hundred, men.irfl. commence ; -For the cash Will give careful attention to eonecthm.
t:; iron in' '' ish, prevents the iron from sticking,saves March 6m. onlyPIONEER and will practice In the several courts of this.
laying. .- a few days. Ladies' And Misses' Hats, 15,46 District ana in the Supreme Court at Tailshassee -
and U. S- Jacksonville.
-oUr St court at
-Lucie.correspandent. desires labor. -o- COOPERAGE.
,- us to answer: two questions, viz: What CROCKERY and LA GRANGE STORE., ,

: the Talne' of Brevard county is? and FIVE CENTS A CAKE. Syrup Barrels $2.25. Always- on hand a general assortment'1"1 of

t.. ... what her outstanding debt is?, 'The last GLASSWARE. Gauged to order, ten cents extra. GOODS. *

; question was',answered, in. the financial Ask your Storekeeper for it. Made by
'. !tatelaeatof the:-county published last Fancy Goods, Buttons, Honey Barrels, and Oval Water STRICTLY CASH.E. .-,

."i; ,weekThe total value. of property is LACES, RIBBONS, &C., STANDARD OIL CO., Breakers L. Brady.>' j

,$700,000.. January 1st 1883 1 yr 38 '"
'" \ Cleveland, : : Ohio. From : : $2.00 : : Up.
.'_ Guard and protect your health, make That can't be beat anywhere.COME. .August. 1$ 6m Tanksand Flori 1aManufacture.AMAZO .

use of that true and efficient .tonic medicine -

.,;Brown's Iron Bitters FOR INDIAN RIVER. all kinds of COOPER WORK to order. N PAINT WORKS.

.Nl E. HART & SMITH'SRpckledge T. JOHNSON n': J. BERNE <&< CO.,

I respectfully invite all persons desiring Line. LaGrange : : Florida. manufacturers of the
positions as teachers to write to 'me at
La range. I also invite trustees of schools C. J. HECTOR, The Steamer, "ASTATULA," LUMBER !

to let,me know if they have secured Will leave Sanford and Enterprise every AMAZON HEADY-HIED PAINTS
r teachers for their, schools'; and also to Will be famished to order on short notice
,, state what books they may need. All Hardware and Tuesday for Rockledge, and will at 818.00 thousand. in all shades and ready forImmediate

persona to be entitled to draw money for leave Sanford and Enterprise fur Salt per
services as teachers. must hold Teacher's Lake and Titusville every Friday.UETIJRXIXG LUMBER ft; SHINGLESAlways '

service Certificate': at time-of performing said General Produce on hand.C. Specially dated For This Climate, :

. I will be prepared to examine appli- Will leave Lake Poinsett every Wednesday MAGRUDER and grinders ofPure
- cants for schools at any time at LaGrange MERCHANT, at 4 p. m., and Salt Lake every CO.
r between this date and the time of making S. RYDER. White Lead, 1
9 for Sanford.
. Saturday at a. m.
a tour of the counqof which I will give Melbourne h
'; doe notice. Very respectfully, ft FloridaKovemberlOthlSSO. 47 Prompt close connections made with BOCKLEDGE, & Colors In Oil. .

'r. A. BEADY, Supt of Schools. daily line steamers for Jacksonville: 'and Has just received and continues to keep Office and Factory, ';

., Titusville'_ ,_Sept._ _"3d....._ 19-1t_ NOTICE. all points North. in stock a full and complete stock of Groceries No. 26 Ocean street, }'
Land Office .
at Gainesville Fla.\ Cnpt. Joe Smith Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps in ,
List of Letters :
.,;::;. And postal cards unclaimed in the Post NOTICE is hereby given that the lollow- 3 tf Manager.W. great variety and General Merchandiseof J6rSeml lit.

';.;J". Office at Titusville,Florida,Sept. 3, 1883: in -named settler Las filed notice of his every description. Ask for whateveryou for color card and price _.

f''#' Driggs> Mrs Alice,. one postal card.PagePE intention to make final proof in supportof I. MOORE may want. One price to all. Canned """" '
,..-.... U his claim, and, that said proof will be Goods of every description a specialty.LUMBER AGENTS Wanted & *"s
; .... U made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk circuit vorksofcunctet! mt nrietr-DUUKa "Tr*...
Beady, Be v G court at Titusvillc Florida General Commission Merchant, lowja pncr icIUag Kf.... uet t trm jmJtt.it:Uligll ..
Wallace Prof'Thomas.. on Thursday -
Bourn, A-....."........one letter. November of Eau 1st 1SS3. viz: Chandler Sampsou AND DEALER IN FOR ; Y j;
t Jackson ............. Gallic Fla. Hd. 11,241 for the Will be furnished to order on short notice SALE ,
lot 2 Section '
t Seard., Pelev ............ U >He,names the 28, Tp.26 S, Range 37 E. Groceries and at'118.00 per thosand. Dressed A desirable cottage, house and 'lot in "y.|
:F C' ......I".... It his following witnesses to lumber TUusville, also Blacksmith/wheel wrieW ..:
Thigpen, prove continuous residence .
J.EE. and from
upon 820,00 to -14.00 thousand and general Titusvilw-
per repairing shop at /
Gnu, Postmaster. cultivation of, said land, 1z: Rufus B.
'" ... Stewart Wm. Mather son, F. I S. Risley. F- milySupplies. LUMBER & SHINGLES Enquire PMTCHARD &May. 24. tf_ 'i

h. If you don, want to freeze whenjtscold Joseph Dixon' of Kockledge, Fla. always on band. I
k ; suffer from, excessive perspirationfgmyrbsu. :-:19w: 'L.A. BAn."iES. Titusville, .
."'. ito warm. =uae Brown's Iron. Bitters. Register U. S. Land Office. November lOtb 1380. If U P. M. FISHER. w.cr.: ,N"ICIII 4trPx.wyiapxo4dtSe.Qh x71,,, SJlJPFaX,U.A r. A&1v$ &4" .:j
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