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 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 27, 1883
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
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lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00067
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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ll fgonae breakers,or rather store breakers, WASHIKGTQV, 8epL19.r-The following, NEW BREVARD, Sept 22,1883. Important }Facts to be Remembered. (From oar tegular corrwponatnWWASEHNGTOTT

.fr/ ffi'miJoag"things lively at, 'St. AugusUt" letter which; ,is explanatory, was. :' Editor Star;-I see by the informationyou D. <1.;Sept:15, 1883.

4 three'being. "broken: ..openin: ::'one sent; ;from, the Postoffice Department : give us from West Brcvard" that 1. At the last session of our State Legislature The President' has again returned to

"& tjecently} 1.i .. today. M we are to chose next time between Sharpe all non bearing orange groves Washington after Jan"nkcnce of over a

i # a:being laid"1 ..on* the, Micanopy- POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENT,. and Hardee for Senator. Senator Sharpehas were exempted from taxation: month. During this last trip every member -

rtl Tbo Southern and heg .,, WASHINGTON, September 19j J' written us a powerful letter, and now ,2. Probably,three-fourths of' the trees of the Cabinet has at times been ab-.

!: rpauof!r1da,,place'will, soon, .be bound .To_ Wasunyton.B.. Merchant, Postmaster at let us hear from Mr. G. S. Harder You set in groves df Brevard County, have sent from the Capital, .Postmaster ,General -

: jSe IP.that the impulse of railroad connection New Orleans, La.: very rightly advise the people to read, not yet come into, bearing, consequentlythey Gresham; whose appointment ir recent -

the State. Sm-Since you were instructed to deliver and we want to do it so we can understand are exempt from taxation. fpund it necessary to remain here to

W{ .with. ..all., 'part8.0- ." no registered letters reaching your thing The Ixbple in gem-r.. like 3. As :a natural consequence, our or- attend to official duties and become familiar -,
Tirie B.
: f jyj ff Serdld.Ca.'pialn. Henry office addressed to 31. A. Dauphin'& Co. :Mr.Sliarpe's style, and want to read Mr. ange growers expected and should .have with the details of the post-office

'Hi''''''' 'hM bought. ,.9,000' head' ofcattle' from a or redeem no money orders payable to Gardner Hardcc's views. They know he been assessed than last year, which service. With this exception Washington ,

+;){ .Jnly,m: South Florida, takingmpay- him, he lias'directed an advertisement tobe don't want no office, but the people wantto means lower taxes. Unfortunately these was never_so completely abandoned!
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fi 'inaitknote for $75,000, payable one diy inserted in certain newspapers that all hear his views. Don't stand back Mr. I three facts arc cancelled by three others by high officials, as it was during the

o*- fley Ae.death July. A life,policy. registered letters intended for him and Hardee but lay us down your sentiments. I equally important month of August -
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'-1:::f .Aii exchange says that there 'are; more concerning the Louisiana State LotteryCo. A CrrlZE.c. .'\. 1. The Assessor thinks a tree bearing The question naturally! arises, not how

$ pefmspers in Florida in proportion top ., be addressed to the New Orleans ... 100 oranges is equally valuable with one the business of the nation is conducted

the population than in any other State. Bank, New Orleans, and that all money Dixie Answers Qucrist. bearing 1000. during tho absence of the President and

i.111us{, the. State. is made' to proer, if not. .,orders rent to your office for his benefit, For In the answer Star. to "Querist" we reply that 2. The assessments: average higher his Cabinet, but what business can be and

f- 'ti>newspapers.. and'concerning the business of said Lot- the difference between a tax-title and an than last year. is transacted t Because of'these annual

$ While making' 'an excavation, in, the tery Company, be made payable to said escheated title, is the difference betweena 3.Although the millagc is a little lower vacations no'one,ever heard of the purse

t" .leir: '. ot his house at Daytona, Mr..J. W.a bank. lien upon a thing and the thing i tlj. our taxes are greater than ever before. strings' being tightened, or that the' Treasury

| Skflton'disco red the skeleton of an In- I am in possession of trustworthy infor- The one is a lien, a claim, an interest in In view of these; facts, where are those failed to pay every dollar it became

t .fiw sopposed to be that. of a warrior mation that this bank has been and still the land, the other is tho absolute title to gentlemen who entered such vigorous due. What is there more important than

"1iII our&S: '.the Seminole, war. is receiving through your office registered the land, acquired in accordance with the protest against the assessments two years money? Acts of Congress long since approved -

1, ,:..'..Fernandma. :-- was visited by another fire letters and money orders fur the benefitof constitution and laws of the land, by escheat ago ? What have they to say about it?., by the President regulate the disbursement -

'I 'if ,:tlie: llth. inst, a large three story M. Dauphin, in pursuance of his or revision to the St.1tc-hy a due CXXxx.CITY of every dollar, without which
published directions. This is a defiant .. not one cent be Take for
can paid. I ex-
$: i'jj ldi iigand'the: .Baptisfchurchbeing de- process of law.Constitution. -
scheme of M. A. and the POINT, FLA. Sept. IS 1SS3. r
on part Dauphin ample, the War Department with its
-rl h J Tlie church was a,total loss, but, I ( of the U. S. article 5, as Mr. Editor -111 editorial in ,
: an
New Orleans National Bank evade your
: insurance to orders great army of clerks, who get theirpay
1&-n.t mith had $6,000 amended ; Constitution of Florida, Declaration -
1, im'lrlS+ which have been addressed to you by of section 8 also -paper- of the 13th inst. -you seem to have twice a month. An act of Congress-gives:
linilding.
rights see
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.fi, -. ._irA the Postmaster-General in pursuance of made the discovery that the present fence tho chief clerk, in the absence of the, Sec-
Andtherlighter,is being built at the Judge Cooly on tax titles.) law is void has
i been annulled and is
statutes of the United States intended to of War the that
retary ,same authority is
? Tmres to be used for thetiaosjortation The tax title interest falls entirely shortof
ship yard, effete and has been since the
.t adoption of
the mails and the
in the do
protect public againsta vested Secretary. What can he
and of
title
; of lumber, laths, shingles, reaching the fee simple the constitution and cite
business which vicious and immoral present your
after all, more than is authorized by law?
kind "due of law. No
; eta from the mills there, by process jurisdiction readers article IS of instrument
oiange''boxes to section that -
and which in the main the
preys upon He cannot borrow a few thousand aocount.
has been obtained the ,
the lakes: The lighter U to over J TWI
to points on to the same. I have nodisposition
ignorant and credulous. This bank prove
cannot No, not a cent. He cannot appoint
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sixteen feet breadth"'of of the owner, cither by a personal serviceof
1 Je'siXiY feet
l long by discuss
to the fence question
? be permitted to stand in the shoesof notice of the cL'limor notice a friend to office. Civil Service
beam.' M. A. and thus enable him published or the fence law, but in justice to the
Dauphin order of The machinery Reform has put an end to that He can
the court.
by any '
The.Tallahassee: : FJandlan' says Pensa- to accomplish by indirection what he is which titles manufactured Legislatures since 1SGS, the courts as promote, but he would not assume such

>:/*'cola remains perfectly healthy. There not allowed to. do directly. Hereafter, by is not in our accordance tax with are "due well as the intelligence of:thc people, authority, for his superior when he retur-

*: has been. .."no,yellow fever nearer the- city therefore, you will deliver the New Orleans of law and takes land process please allow me to cull the attention of ned, might not approve of it., The vast

than about seven miles this! year, and the National :Bank no registered letters hU an owners your readers to Article 15 Section 2 of clerical duty has been disposed of by Mr.
from him without bioirfalye or consent.
locality of the disease is so strictly guar- and redeem: no money orders payable to The tax-title and the escheated title do tho Constitution which reads as follows, John Tiveddale, the chief clerk Thero

ded that there is every reason to, believe it, but deal with the same as directed by Sec. 2, "That all acts and resolutions is another helper in that department ,It
not therefore "develop the same lrincipIc" -
that it will be confined to the only spot order of the Department of November 18, the General Assembly, andall official acts is: Adjutant General Drnmmond and his "
as intimated by "Querist"The of the civil offices of-the "Inconsistent
wherelt now,exists. 1S70. State not State '
constitutions above quoted are the assistant adjutant generals. The I.
:diter the 1st of October the Tampa This order will Ixr revoked whenever with the Constitution and Statutes Department has three assistant secretaries
"primary laws of the hind" and the legis-
will be die bank evidence thatit of the United States, or with this of when the
whom
postoffice a recognized distributingoffice gives satisfactory lation acts of Florida must lie tuLordinnte two are usually present '
allowance'of for clerk has abandoned the above scheme. Constitution or with any ordinance or Now
,with an $500 and conform to such primary laws. Our : Secretary of State absent. if

bore,in addition to the salary of the postmaster Very Respectfully, gfatute law calliny a tax-.deed a "grant and resolution adopted by this Convention would be strange if such a department,

: ;which is at present 1100. All (Signed) W. Q. GUESIIAM, P. M. G. I of land does not make it a and which have not been and are not by could get along without a head.. It does

this evinces how,rapidly the business of ... conveyance unless such is in all this Constitution annulled, an in force not and cannot; for it is a fact,that every
A Newspaper War. grant grant respects and hall be
'theofece is increasing, which indicates a I considered and esteemed as paper of importance is written by the .
law of
The Times, a four cent paper, reduced in accordance with the primary the laws of the State until such acts orresolutions I
large increase in population. Secretary document of the slightest -
DIXIE. ; every ,
to-day to two cents. Tomorrow the Tribune the land. '
'The'ry'Enterlk that J. S.Tur- x -... .. shall be repealed by the Leg- importance is signed J>y him. 'Where
says comes down from four to three cents "
islature of the
State this Convention
For the Florida Star. or
\t his residence in New Jersey.Mr. .
,ner shipped on last Friday morning to
and bitter is There
a war anticipated. arc
Sec. 5 of the fence law is
In recent article over the signature of"Voter" present no Blaine in
Feroandina a car load of the best cattle says answer to an inquirythat
to-night that the Herald three
rumors ; doubt in conflict with the Constitution
that from I sec he fails to credit the last he regards the republican prospectsof
probably ever went Levy coun-
cents will down to two cents in
come a and the fact that it has not been tested
Legislature with any good deeds. I am ISS-i as more than they were '
..ty. llr. Turner boasted that they looked hopeful
fewtlays. The Tribune : "the Tri-
like says sure that some of the measures enactedwere and so decided by the Supreme Court accounts before the campaigns of 1S76, and 18S .
He
Northern cattle. ships regularly
bune will hereafter be sold at three cents
for its being in the digest. The
called for by a public sentiment On of Presidential
the question
a' load about ten Mr. great
car days.
every a copy. The reduction is made on the
Constitution declares that when law
.Turner says that the cattle business has that will not fail to appreciate and sustain a Candidates he thinks a western man
theory that our readers arc our partners, those who have caused them to be shall have passed both houses regularlyand
been better this'season than usual-he spread would be stronger than an eastern man. i
and entitled to share of fortune
good -
a our upon the tatute books of the State-viz: has lccn signed by the Governor it The last opinion has the flavor of disin-
baring .shipped and received returns
therefor to the amount of 5,000. as the reduced price of paper. If the Rcvi iota of the Revenue Law, the shall becomca law, and must remain one terested candor, certainly,it bears against i

A we were striving; to stimulate a failing repeal of the obnoxious clause wherein a until the Supreme. Court or a majority himself if he still has! aspirations of the

'TheStarke Telegraph tells this story circulation, we should doubtless be making tax was levied upon the improvements of its Judges declare it void. Neither the Presidency. t''
"We have been in the habit for the past a more startling reduction. As it is,
compiler nor the reviser had the to ,
settlers upon homesteads on U. S. Public power The new Two Cent Postage Stomp will ,;
few years of keeping from one to three general prosperity counsels us to
our strike out section 5. Yours
lauds. The exemption of nonbearingorange be issued on the 15th of October. They1will i
snail sand perch in our well, which serveto maintain: the policy so long approved, of 'Vf. H. Si t.trrE. 1
groves-repeal of much of the be sent out from New York city
keep the water free from wig- columnsto .
entirely expending liberally upon our S >
special taxation wherein such tax was where they are printed by tho American
gle tailand other In the circu- Florida Appointments.
animalcule. I ( keep them worthy of tho large
not designed i to abate a nuisance: ; hc Special Despatch to the Times mina.W.ISIIXGTON Bank Note Company. The,clerical force i
early spring we discovered a school of : lation the best people), and of
among amendment to the "road law," though it Sept. 17 in tho stamp division in the Post Office :
young fish about three-quarteis of an inch charging a price sure to be consistent j is but a shadow of tho substance hoped Quite a flutter was occasioned in the. Department will be busily engaged, in '
long in the welL Two mouths since we with such an expenditure" I
}ladoccaaoii to clean the well out, when ".... for, yet it admits in part a principle, that little circle of Florida politicians here today preparing the order sheets containing the
JUaJiouc's Circular. property should bear the burden of taxation by the announcement that the President i- requisition Postmasters: throughout the
vthe three I
large fish ,were carefully captur-
,red and until the WASHINGTON, September 18.-The : in constructing and improving public hall re-app'eintel Louis A. Barnes to country for these stamps. ;:As is generally -
in of
placed tub
water
"' a question of the assessment of departmental ri).:J:;, and not by a tax on labor. The be Register of the Land Office at Gainesville known, the new stamp contains the vignette I
Job of cleaning the-sides and bottom of
employ for political purposes, which best possible law that could be enforced and John F. Rollins to be Receiver of Washington, and is of a metallic

the bad well:. was completed, but the little fish has been raised:' by a recent circular by in the interests of sobriety at present, is 'Of Public Moneys at the same place. red color. The.Post. Office Department
and could Ix
disappeared/ no traces General Mahoue to Virginians the departments probably the "Local Option," creditable Parties have teen here in the interest has, as yet, made no preparations for. redeeming -
.
IoUUJl of them until short time since
when, a is receiving the earnest consideration alike to the Eta", and the Legislature of J. D. Cole, of Jetlerson county, whom ( tho three cent stanips and the
':0" they made their in the
appearance of the civil service commission.One that framed it they wanted to have Rollin's place. The stamped envelopes that maybe on hand

:sell: of a neighbor, Mr. M. Agin, residing of the latter, Judge Thomas, was I don't suppose that any of the above hitter is a brother of Senator Rollins, of at pr eut. The work connected with theKsuc
over one hundred distant from
.-Yell. yards our asked to-night what action, if any, the measures referred to were exclusively New Hampshire! through whose influence of the new stamp will engage the

r .. commission would take in relation to the parti.:Ul, but drew support on their mer- at the White House he first obtained the entire time of the clerical force.

Florida Ship Cant circular. He replied : "As fast as it is in its. !Sonic: of the repeals suggest sackcloth office he now holds.It Not long ago I was parsing houseon

Kzw YOKE, September 18.-At a meetmg the power of the commission i to see the and Jlcr-wisc repentance for is understood that Com rs nnum Bis- one of the side streets, when my comrade -

of the:stockholders of the Florida provisions: of the civil service law strictly misdeeds of former Legislatures, others bee was in favor of giving the receivership said: "Here lives a man who allows

'. ',p (final and Transit Company heldYesterday adhered to, it is their purpose to do so.>> that the public sentiment of Florida is to Henry 1:. Teasdale, of Palatkaan his wife to make his living." "How ?"

the Board of Directors was auto I have no hesitancy in saying that tas- abreast with: the prevailing .sentiment of I'original Southern Republic, and that "His wife takes care ofa rich young(

1&ued make a contract for the conractipn sess dues upon clerks and employes of the the country at large. i he was not inimical to Cole as Barnes' drunkard, who, it is said, has. a millionat

,' of\the canal, the work to be government fur the purpose; of maintaining Many of the subscribers t;> the SrAn successor. It was further understood least He gave this house to the ]IU..-

!tatted at the eafliest possible day. :i political organization in this city, are *rleasod* to know tliat the oracle of thelentocratic that in this new deal "Little Giant" Dennis band. The three travel around the world

; Tie eastern terminus of the canal will or aiding poUtictII'lr CS in the states, is i Party, Thomas Jefferson, was Alachua, was to have the Gainesville tow cther. People make their observations

be in the vicinity of the mouth the St. an absolute violation of sections 11 and ,j I also in favor of local option on razor- past- )mce. By what process this but the three are true to each other whatever -

Johns,river, and the canal will run across 14 of the civil service act. Whether circular kacks, "Me too." Incorporation of small : slate was broken I leave for your local ,their relation Is." Said I: "Perhaps .

peninsular at its narrowest point dcininding money comes from a "places' as well as large, adds much to politicians to figure out. the ;world is too harsh." "Perhaps so,

& will be one hundred and thirty-two United States Senator, a representative: or taxttionUL expensive luxury. The nominations have to go before the but then the single( man ought not to be

'Bales lohg, two hundred and thirty feet department clerk, its author should lw Voter's cxi ositioa of party methods Senate in December, and I am told that drunk all the time." AUGUST. (
'aide that would show: raid measures iu the rather gives aid there is that be .1. '.. .
and thirty,feet deep. i dealt with in a manner I past a possibility they may reconsidered '
... .> that the law is not a connection of meaningless i and coiafyrt to the enemy. An O'Douell by the time the snow flies.PIEnEEI A couple of members of the Herald

'j"A'' Card. ; words. It if undoubtedly the I is needed for this Brcvard Carey. 'oXT.'Sq Base Ball Club made themselves: useful
Tie school tiustecoS'of the public schoolno. I fire in Jacksonville by catching -
-I-, to assist G. W. IL at a recent
2 take this method of returning their duty of each active department I '> )[:Uly'lCr..ol1s in the vicinity of Tallahassee books thrown from a second storywindow. I
;'' ttanks to a H. Ray and M. S. Jones for the commission in string the law vindicated AVhen doia't just know what ails are preparing to engage in the i iI I
: r Presentation of a beautiful clock fort and I have no doubt that they will." ) I cultivation of figs for commercial purpo- .
; %u school, may their ames: he inscribed .. you; when you feel aches and pains allover j jses.j Many who never complain are nevtrthele -

., "'Jn:- tae banner of the most liberal men. Orange City will soon commence the ; when you feel tired and faint, use I A c.lCl'oJt of copper ore is claimed to ''s seriously ill. Use Brown's Iron
:"* J;Yo' School building Brown's Iron Bitters: A wonderful reviver. been there will be ofcomi ,
UE. SSt } schuornustees.;; erection of a City High I j have recently discovered in Wakul- Bitters and no cause
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'' ',..'..0 remarkable the amount of sugar in 100 A Llitl NO 'i .
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t, ;, $HORT...A.A U1RMONS.. ,.f, ,I WWI+W}::'Appeato w of: :KeoUcky; where I .. .-. .... pounds of solid expressed>> 'matter in an h.''
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decree was
the Brettdar.
87
<, yary.a j Silo forth Poultry entire:week's.work being as nigh as i\
71$1 ll iid ]rand. aaf*:laTsome'aoeniedj raid: The wife cannot doubt,,_ t y'
in the opinion
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.... :.tI poiry", statute bind her separate jen.
under the out. .
.boot; catch lat to the dairy and pounds of manufact- ,
't M/ivpvM =pi the debt of her important adjunct 319,944 "' i
1, 's. atlr truer' alms'ofs'bens estate: :by mortgage for several years trial, of that method of ured sugar and 40,000( gallons of dense Medicinal: A New E ** "M::"
i\'i....'" ...iaisi5'of,breed-giie; husband bnt her.power ,to mOrtgagefor 7
';t.,;*, .'.". I'" 'A. .1--.-.':. '. ; aniTbenefit ifl incidental : Reserving green food demonstrated syrup. Professor Cook, in common with clan says that if every

J'Ii ; 'laadiwl: sears. and. ata1t.t Sher own use" for that that no substitute. in the shape of dry others who have tried the early ripening keep a box .of, mustard fllllil l
;ft: .., : 'fA)' the power to sell I ;, .
r.O y&rA'W Putt for the green suc- kinds of expresses strong one-half of
;t> Bryan ; I the evidence in the food can compensate ; sorghum,I .the .doctors .
"n( and as ,
-"W" ; '"" t' 'f: :;j;" ;"''-''- J- .. purpose, culent matter furnished by the silo at a hope in the ultimate success of this We suggest that
receivedon every faitfh
the bolt and Wart record shows'that the money "
$s
] tatrssgh world of the when such food cannot and cites the fact that some boxes of
:_ :.bI t hM pored the mortgage was applied In discharge period year idustry, mustard in the'- .
\1) u..i1m. ;':..rte dfut'heavens 'rev ; the be produced in any other,manner. 2,000,000,000 pounds of sugar are -! ..' -..
of liens the two tracts on An old '
on '
..: food in winter in this country or 40 negro WOE .Jii
it:1._ _. _: .':fled the + the land the Bat if cattle need green yearly consumed !
>; ". ; ; a sAaon interest of the wife In certain slanderer, saidf _
.' with only one-
: the necessity is even greater poul- pounds to each inhabitant, tv .
wife
the debt of the ,
? debt is in effect won't you be kind
: ZZT"t husband and the try, for cattle can at least enjoy hay eighth of which comes from the sugar enough/to:<. ..
and not that of the door of his '
'ett of men ..;;:, with their grain allowance, while poul- cane growing States, as a reason for mouth'oJr'IId ].
Thai..r wore. earth about him wu a.BIU- mortgage is therefore binding. put it on again 'jut' .,-' ,
t- -: fertiri .w.4< j' try must either be confined to grain giving this industry a.thorough and hang $.

,. .;: J1.not, oea>fatient.' humble,, tranquil RESPONSIBILITY FOR SUB-AGENTS. alone or be provided with green food extensive trial. gospel hinges of peace. on"<

'.' Tbe'IM.- with bank in New difficulties. good will to men ?" 1o"f.
true gentleman that ever breath- M.: deposited a under

'eeL. Orleans a number of Havana lottery The food intended for poultry must There should bei a cenera11.,' 1

.t -Tbomu'Dekker.t tickets for collection. Its correspondent be of a different character from that The Battle of Lutzen. prohititing the cutting of..... 4

"to'. --- .. In Havana charged a heavy percentage desired for other stock, and but little off. It's a very inhuman thiaj uT

jpbbleon the streamlet of scant river for collecting, and M. refused to pay expense need be incurred in storing up When only half of a tail
:Baa tamed the course many a ; soldiers
his
with
p. A ie+rdrop on the baby plant more than one-half of one per cent. i, a quantity of green food sufficient to The King sang, dog is forever prevented from. ..

Baa warped.the giant oak fomer.t. that it was not In liber- Luther's grand hymn, "Eine feste Borg and when it is all cut off
p. Charlotte Coesitt.I The Bank insisted carry a flock through the winter, t >M qi'.'
1st Unser Gott and then his bat-
own
..."- ,= I the wrong, as the commission bad not ally supplied with all they may desire. !I smile. ':.e'"

1, The steps- of Faith been charged by it but by its corre- With this object in view an experienced I tle song, "Verzage nicht, du Haufiefa Legal : A French inveatJpfc'
first to the
Klein I" He addressed
: ,Fall: on the seeming void,and find.The spondent, and suit was broughtMasick poultry breeder procured a molasses I ... discovered that the character a Wson's ,
rock Swedes then to the Germans two of i
f, beneath.John G. Whittier. vs. the Citizens' Bank of Louisianaand keg, which he made as strong as possi- j! dream depends a greet a II ion
the noblest orations before battle that I
a
a judgment for the overcharge, ble with a few additional hoops and which side the aleeper list,:''Ii
51'" In enthusiasm of
-9: The food are better made by ill. $1260, recovered. An Appeal was taken placed it inside of a hogshead, first history records. an I dreams of a lawyer then,'who.__ '
heroism he threw off his cuirass and
Aa odors embed sweeter still. of Louisiana ,
are Court
to the Supreme placing a few inches of sawdust under ally lies on both sides most hi
: -Samuel Rogers I" Wallen- ISA
cried "God is
where the' judgment was affirmed. the bottom of the keg, and packing the : my armor much mixed. '

,!:' 1 Judge Poche, in the opinion, said: space around the keg, between it and stein was suffering from gout in the ')

f Recent" Legal Decisions. "The proper and legal course for the the hogshead with the same material. feet. Although his stirrups were thickly Webster unabridged : Up,is' Cba.

1' Bank before sending the tickets to This being placed in the cellar, with a padded with silk, he could not ride, tauqua county one day a politkfaiiM

1Jr..AmlhtDoUJDIEiT-FILL1QJ dAS Havana for collection, without fixingor top to the keg, which settled down intoit and took his place in a litter. He watching a severe storm from hi *:

A GUARANTY.-The payee of a restricting the rate of commission as the material was removed for use called his officers together, and gave steps when ,a farmer ,acgns ai

promissory note indoraed it In blank, was to have done what it subsequentlydid and upon which top rested a weight, them his orders, which were to fight turned in hastily from the.rod tsi

;' mod the holder of the note wrote above after this objectionable charge, to completely protected the ensilage from chiefly on the defensive. Gustavus drove under a shed. "Wb t..tang,

...&. tbeindoreement a guaranty. He had have ascertained the charge for collec- changes of temperature and access of gave out the war cry, "Gott mit Uns!" ter, Bob?" asked the W1it eia

fail edtohavethenoteproteetedfornonpayment tion. It was its duty to effect collec- air* Wallenstein gave to his troops as a bat- "Well, said the farmer, "I* Wft

and the fadorser was discharg- tions In the most expeditious manner In order to fill the silo, if it may be tle cry "Jesus Maria I" thar's one cf them slycoons is coa&f.lt

ed. An action was brought upon this and on the most reasonable terms. All called such, green food was grown for About 11 the mist cleared a little Somebody put a small ',mnd-taitJt,

.' guaranty yyyj the plaintiff was defeated. agents are responsible for the acts of the purpose and cut when very succu- and the fiery King himself headed the about the size, of a silver do1Ji#,i

He carried the ,case-Belden vs. Hahnto their and the defendant is lent. A great variety of vegetablesmay j I
subagents, attack upon the Imperialist lines and bed at a New Jersey hotel, aai tie

-- the Supreme Court of Iowa, whereIt and must be held responsible for this be used for the purpose, such as ditches. Gustavus, riding alone with stranger, who was assigned to-tII&

was affirmed. Judge Bothrock, in in commissions made by its mustard kale radishes spinach turnips
overcharge his cousin, Duke Franz von Lauen- room, on preparing to retire apt
; the opinion, said: "The blank indorse- correspondent or agent In Havana. and even peas the tops only being
of it. He at
burg; the page, Lubelfing,and groom, sight once resumed! .his
ment of note by the
a promissory payee selected also such red
as or
INSOLVENT BANK COLLECTINGAND ; grass, stumbled upon an Imperial ambush. cloth ?,remarking: "I expected tobn
the of fadorser
creates liability an as
white clover and millet wellas
understood by the 'law merchant. CONVERTING DIAFT.-A Chicago young as His horse, maddened by a bullet, threw a pretty lively night of it,butif; they '
the kinds lawns but the
bank sent to its correspondent at grown on ; its rider and( fled. The King receiveda | are as big as that, I don't propose to
Such indorsement creates the same
on is best when cut before it
liability from the indorser to the indor- Buffalo, a bank, a draft for $6527.75for grass begins bullet in the, arm and another shot in get fa' with 'em." "
to seed. Oats and
collection with the instruction to rye, thickly sown the back. The second shot was as the
,
; see as if it were In full. But the contract and cut when six inches high, also answer Lawyer-"Do you not consider ML
rem.t the proceeds for its account to a Swedes maintain, fired by Lauenburg,
of.Indorsement is very different well. After cutting the materialit Biggs, my client, a man of truth to!
New York bank. At the receipt of the who left the King to his fate, rode "
from a contract ,of guaranty, and the should be chopped into as short lengths veracity ? Witness hesitates. Lair
holder.of a note with a blank indorse- draft the insolvency of the Buffalo bank away and afterward joined the Imperialist Well I'll the in
as possible not only to enable it to be put question 13-
ment by the payee has no legal right was well known to its officers. Duringthe fed to the best advantage but also to side. German historians speak other form. Do you think he has i

day $23,000 was received on deposit doubtfully on the point, and the ques-
to change the obligation of the indor&er assist in packing it closely in the silo. mind which cannot distinguish try

by writing a contract of guaranty over and $61,000 paid out ; there was in When packing it the principal object tion of Lauenburg's treachery may be from falsehood ?" Witness (eagerlJ-}

the of the without hiss bank, fa cash, $40,000, and the pro- considered an open one.
name payee should be to press it as.firmly a? possible "Oh, no, sir. I am sure that he ace"Lawyer"You're
knowledge Or consent The guaranty ceeds of the draft were mingled with The Imperialist soldiers did not be- sure of it-and-h1
not only by but
the other in the bank. A bill tramping by ram- lieve that the King could be alone With
being void In law, no recovery can be moneys ming it with a maul or some other are you so sure of it?" "Witneej-fl

had upon it" in equity was filed against the Insolvent heavy instrument. It will surprise so small an escort. They, however, know he can distinguish between tit
bank its receiver-Illinois Trust a took Gustavus to be officer of rank
and an ,
that wand!
LARCENY OR EMBEZZLEMENT.The .- novice to see how large a quantity of two. It isn't possible he
and Bank of until he cried out "I the of
Savings Chicago vs. : am King
'- clerk of a local agent of express material will be needed for so small a always happen to lie. If he didn'kImthe
First National Bank of Buffalointhe Sweden and seal with blood the
!r- my
company to whom was intrusted about receptacle as a keg especially if the difference, he would tell the bulk
United-States Circuit Court for the Protestant religion and the liberties of
?- $3000 fa United States currency appropriated pressure is perfectly applied and the by mistake once fa.a while.",Lawyer"That'll -
Northern District ef New York to Alas t I"
en Germany. my poor Queen
the.money 'to his own use, work well done do, sir; you may stand dowa.
force the equitable lien of the Chicago The Imperialist soldiers then killed and
He was charged with and indicted for As to the fermentation of the mass Oh no the lawyer does not talk fcr
,
bank for this special collection, but the stripped him, and the tide of battle
larceny, and convicted. He carried which gives to much difficulty with the effect ; he simply talks for effect-
bill was dismissed. Judge Wallace, in rolled on past the dead body. The
the case in error-Warmouth vs. The use of the ordinary silo, it may be stated effects of his client-and he usually:
the opinion, said : "It was undoubt- faithful page, who alone remained with
Commonwealth-to the Court of
Appeals that, unlike cattle, poultry will reject succeeds in getting them.A .
of Kentucky where he edly a fraudulent act by the Buffalo Gustavus, tried vainly to mount the
argued
the food entirely if it is fermented
not'' but bank fa its hopeless insolvency to minglethe or King upon his own horse. The poor grocer had a pound of sugar returned
that his act
was larceny, em- sour but ibis difficulty be avoidedby
bezzlement. The Court with proceeds of the draft with its own may lad died, five days afterward, inNaum- with a note attached to itsaying!
agreed burning a little sulphur in the
him and reversed the judgment The funds, so that all identity was lost keg burg of his wounds. So fell Gustav "Too much sand for table use, and a*
from time to time as the material is "
Chief Justice Hargis in the The cases hold that if a trustee convertsa Adolf. Lutzen was like a victory of enough for building purposes.
opinion placed in, especial! before it is pressed
said: The charge of the Court on the trust fund into money and minglesthe down, and the oftener the sulphur is Trafalgar with Nelson lost. His own The man who boasts that he is abort

'; trial-that if the defendant received or money with other moneys, so thatit burned the better. The top of the keg side were startled when"Tha doing a mean acts tells the truth. Of

is indistinguishable the beneficiary he is above it else how could he
receipted for the as the agentor loose rein course ,
money should be on when so doing in order to dangling from his head,
clerk of the express company which cannot follow his fund into the handsof confine the sulphur fumes, which are Housing and saddle bloody red," stoop to do a mean thing so often?

to for hire then the an assignee in bankruptcy or an exe- A Reading, Pa., man died afewdijs
was transport the
not only heavy and rank, but are absorbed King's horse rushed back into their of
in the of cutor of the trustee,but he must occupy age, after drinking fifteen quarts
money was legally possession by .the material and moisture. lines. They did not know that he was
the position of a general creditor. The water. The coroner's jury renderedthf
the and if the defendant
company, entirely prevents fermentation under dead ; they supposed him taken prisoner.
carried it with felonious intent right to follow a trust fund ceases when verdict : "Suicide by drowning."
.. away a any conditions. A kind of sacred fury possessed the

., he was guilty of larceny-was an erroneous the means of ascertainment fail, as is While it may require additional laborto I troops, and the spirit of Gustavus ren- Mrs. Homespun, who has a terra
"
submission of the case. Gen- i the case here. Reported for Phila. lay in store a supply of green food dered them invincible. Wall nstein time every morning to get her youtj

erally when the agent baa received I llocord. I. for feeding to poultry in winter, the sustained an overwhelming defeat, and brood out of their beds, says she can**

goods or money to carry, deliver; con- Cows In the Pasture. I high prices usually obtained for eggs before night was in full flight toward understand why children are called tin

: e trol, or manage'for the principal, unless during that season should induce all Leipsic. Herzog Bernhard remained rising generation. I

the agent parts with the manual Murphy beard cows in his orchardthe who desire to make poultry profitableto In the field as victor of Lutzen. Wal- When Carlyle said that everylxxij

f F possession'and delivers the property to other night and slipping out the try the experiment. As it has been lenstein's own baggage was pillaged by should have an aim in life, he had nO

the principal.or to another for himor back way appeared suddenly near the the object here to give a cheap methodfor his own people. He bad been grazedby reference to the fair sex. He bad

places it in some depository, as a front steps, and yelled : Ile-ah Tige 1 preserving green food, those who a bullet, but was not hurt. He was doubtless often seen a woman tryiig t>

; draw or safe provided for the purpose, he-ali Tige he-ali !" Just then a fig prefer to keep larger quantities can use believed to bear a charmed life, and the throw a stone at a hen.

and to which the principal or superior the silo for day of Lutzen for ram, today
t ure rushed past, clearing .two fences ordinary that purpose. strengthened the belief. "Hadn't I better pray
:' agents have access or over which they Cultivating Sorghum. The Imperialists lost Binghamton X
and vanished in the gloom. "Take many officers of deacon, said a
* have control, he cannot be convicted of Professor George H. Cook Directorof note. The to d:I
gallant Pappenheim "Sot *
'im 1 take Mm I" screamer the old man, the Y., minister, Sunday.
larceny for a felonious appropriation of the New Jersey Agricultural Experi- knightliest of Wallenstein's the prudent
but his daughter Miranda, who had un- comman- Dominic, I think, was

i; the goods or money, the offense being accountably appeared on the scene, secured ment Station, at New Brunswick, in ders, and Coloredo were both killed. ply "The wind isn't right."

: an embezzlement. There would be no the report on his labor, alludes to the Piccolomini had five horses *1don't
shot clergyman
the dog by the collar and refusedto under "No, sir, said the

:: trespass committed, and there can be no let it go. "What ye doin' ?" yelled waste in the use of mills for extracting him. Hoik, Terzky, Harrach and many pray for rain unless my sped

< larceny without a trespass. The judg- the juice 40 cent. of the
per sugar others were bureau sap
severely wounded
: the old man, "don't je know them but, dispatch from the weather
,/. ment must be reversed." cows has been in here three or four being lost by the ordinary process. It apart from the greatness of the victory, we are liable to get it."

( MARRIED WOMAN'S MORTGAGE.H. .- is worth while to inquire whether the the sadness of Lutzen
and
1" the was
times? "Oh, pa was answer, remainsthe -
borrowed $3500, to secure which he best mills, from which the pressed cane soldier's death of Gustav )
"but this was only a calf. The old Adolf. Biarritz and Cameauxre"ersibltaItnew (
.' and his wife gave a mortgage on her comes out almost as thin and dry as Wallenstein rewarded adm-H"
man was pacified, but Adolphus who highly and pun cloths which attract the
: undivided one-half interest in real property carpenters' shavings, do not secure a ished severely. He distributed saten
was standing out in the road awaiting 83,210 tion of ladies. Theformer is a
fi which was her separate estate. much larger percentage. Before con- gulden among officers who had
developments, wasn't and Miranda will behaved cashmere on one side and DiarritzoDtht't
: Sabsnquentlysheacguiredtheotherhalfof never understand the coldness that has cluding his report,Professor C. refers to well ; but he executed as cowards eleven and comes in black and colors '

f the property, also has her separate the works of the sugar company in Cape officers by the sword he w*
, sprung np between th-m. ; hanged others, the latter is a sateen block on one
estate and on the mortgage being canceled 1 May co., N. J., where 9G4 acres were some had their swords broken It 'J

k' she and her husband gave a new Camlets in broken checks, tweeds, planted with early amber and early hangman under the gallows by the and a neat armure on the other.
and the shown in black
r: mortgage on the entire property for the camel's hair and new plaid cloths witha orange seed, which gave 6200 tons of names of many were nailed in infamy only.. '

f' loan,which had been increased to $5000. bird, cat, or dragon in each square, topped cane-one field of eight acres on the gibbet. A Te Deum, on the A glassmaking firm in PitUfca ,

Tire debt was not paid, and the mort- are made up in long traveling cloaks giving 136 tons, or 17 tons an acre, and first news of the battle, was performed Pa., have been manufacturing gWS

. gige was duly foreclosed. An appeal that cover the dress and are only fas- another of orange cane on 20 acres, in Vienna ; but Wallenstein, at least, textile fabrics during the last

t=' *a? taken in this case-MeGill vs. The tened once at the throat ty long ribbons I affording 259 tons, or over 12 tons an knew certainly the magnitude of the The fabrics produced are prononn '

J t ; Id tcantile Trust. Company-to the I tied in a bow. acre. The purity of ., the juice was defeat that he had suffered. I I very beautiful and pliable.


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x f ;' 'f'iJ.- ;.&:'1116E ; ; county of Brevardor 80 much thereof u will be necessary to pay 6 CC 1070 2.68

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: .......-.''.t; '$1.5opeAnnum in'tIoUY1 -, 1 '. Ie 8" 23 ,. .10602.68- .
' ;i epctttiis'" ODe Inch IlL apace ."; D & : ';'. u. 10. ee r"
i :: JII.! eotnn ." Except land formerly Rand's 890 '2.27Lot
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,y ,mtUeoeiq 1UI ooompanied'by or strip 12 Delespine Grant,
1t, ) gwAlnotr'eoelvesiteatlon.of r : ,. Except laird formerly Band's 925 2.31

f'i i i I? ..netatug.t.tree. ce ltamp.-the I.I tkcription of LInd. [ I I I S Lot or strip 22 14 De1espine CI Grant, Q.; ,1160 1100 2.90u 3.41

, { J PAPER be found on file u 1160 3.41
' '.' may&Co's Newspaper SW lefS ,'V }................. 22&37e 40,00$3.55 CI '23 cc 'co<:It
f"" tiS p.BoJrell Street ,.. E fractional lot 3.. .: ............ .. $309 38e 27,51.... 25 ... ? 3.11 :
= B BllYeau (10 Spruce be )* for E fractional lot 1.....h.........:. 14 SOt! 38e 23,00.... Except 115 acres sold Reed, 22s '1245
calfc.i'tiflf contracts: _may >> In arrears for'81, '80and79.. ...... .. ...... 7.62 Lot or cc strip 26 Delespine" Grant, 1340 3.35 ..
' :t.cll N! YORK. .... S E I of S 'V 1- .:... ......... .. 21530e 40,0014.24 27 u 1170303rt
''1i.r ; "\! STAfi the OFFICIAL ne ,. ... S i of S E I and S i of S W }...... 32& 37e 154,00 7.45 All 28 980. 2.45
: county. .... part ohtrip 16 De1espiDe Grant, N : .. .. ... .. .. undivided portion of Deldspl'neGrant
ifcrBrmrd north of lot 28 22s 2328 5.83All
\V .... ... or strip ,
comer of N 'V I of N E 1- 4 228 35e 20,00 .26
&ss ;fared at the Poll Office at TituevUle .[P N strip of S E of n e !.......... .. 72436e 10,00 1.00 undivided portion of Ue1espine ,
V Becand-CfatMatter. .... N Grant south of lot or strip one 23s 2790 6.99
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I of N E 1- and in arrears for 81. 121s 34e 81,25 3.22
: j': B.:. Lots 12 and 3 and W I of S'V }and .. .. .. ...... ... Hicks, 'V W', and inLot 4 6 20 ..36
i r the beauties of our In Arrears for 1881, 1880Lot 6 ; 7 20.86.
.Qneof guest ) arrears for 81, 'SO and'79..16 SSe 203,00 15.08 and
. 1879.
ref' government' civilization .... N I of S I strip 2 of 1-10 interest Del .. . .. .. .... Lot 2S 10 20 .86
.......... Lot 4 11 20 .36 .,
? accede each individual of espfne Gran. ... ..... 3222s 160,00.39
, tot they to .... EXcepting 160 acres sold Beals lot or .. .. M .... .. .... Lot 20 12. 275 37e 20 .36 'f'
& ';Uiiht'and of advocating those '. Lot or strip 3 of 1.10 interest of DelM .. .. .. ; .. Lot 26 and 28 28 40 .72 '

'? nlci which he honestly conceives to espine Grant.... .......... ....... 22s 1380,00 6.44 Lot 2"J 33' 20.86
.... Fractional ...... ... Lot 24 34 20.36
s w } of s w I. 23378-U 11,70 .50
uciveio the
:? eo greatest good. :... Stewart,A Dasher Part ofs w 1-1 ofs e 14 33 243 36e 2 .26
n lof 8 w 26 .. ...... ...
h; *j/ib great object of forensic Stringfellow, Jan R n e 1-1 of n w 14 This 40 P. 7 40 1.61
....
ofs and of ..
n e I e 8 e I n e # 27 37841e 158,60 3.17
* and literary, discussions, should .. of in and'79 8 w 14 of n w 1-4 36 { 35e 40 4.02svl4ofswI4
tioii e I n w I arrears 81, 80 27 278 3 79,82 1.29 {21s
29 40
\* to develope truths. .. 8 e I of n w 1 in arrears'81, '80 and '79 32 218 35e 40,00 6.02 1.00n
wondered at that .... Lot 1. ............ .. .. ......... 22& 37e 39,00 12.00 e 14 of s \Y 14 12 Me 40 2.01
'M ,St is not to ,be, ..[Pnw !... ........ .... ..... ........ 534s 40e '160. 2.01 &'"KO'l'l:. Parties that have paid and.hold their receipts are marked up' after
r ge&Uemen of culture, looking at a .... se fof n w !. .................... 3026s30. 40.00 1.00 the name of the owner. '
t. taI- moral or' .physical [P 8 of 8 W 1 see. 19 and n I of n w }.. 30 213 aGe 161,32 4.02 D. W. McQUAIG, .
'*Wd differ in opinion in regard to ... All of Spanish Grant... .......... 46 20s< 35c 29,30, .60 Titusville,Fla.,Sept.6, 4t.] Collector of Revenue for Brevard Co., '.

1 while .... n e of n w }........ ............. 32 32s 32e 39,80 1.00
} moita thereof, a complete ... Lot 4.. .... ............. .. ....... 2685 40 40,00 2.01 MISCELLANEOUS. NEW ADVERTISEMENT'S.PRITGHARD&MAY. .
dare might appear strange. .. .. 8 wi of ne I.-... 7 3-k 32e 40.00 .81 '
. Friendly j controversy and .. .. Al10fSpanishG'ntarrears'81'SO&7937 34e 757,8112.77 NORWOOD'SFast '
:.iWween gentlemen of culture and In arrears for'81, '80 and'79. .. .. .. 40 208 34e 413.62 6.88 ,-

;" $ line elicit our admiration, as, In arrears for '81, 'SO and'79..422035e 5,22 .60 Hack Line OFFER FOR SALE :' .
.... G'nt '
All Spanish arrears 8180&793920s34e 466,00 7.80
. ,by Truths_ are made to stand out as In arrears for '81, 'SO and'79. ..... 79..4320335e 7, .50 Business Residence Lots
; jrin.sod become more cognizable to In arrears for '81, '80 and '79...... 39 20s 35c 73,9 4.44 ,

., :.ntiHic mind. .. .. Lot 2 block 69, Eau GallieIn .. ,' ...... .. The Cheapest and Most Direct and
, for'81, '80 and'79.. ....: ..... ... .. 16278 37e .. .. .36 Dwellings in .
,<,The foregoing principles being' ( Lot 6 Block 6 Titusville.. .......... 3 228 35c .. .... .26 ROUTE .
." fid,it Mows that acrimonious .[P Lot 2... ................. ........ 34 218 35c 45,00 10.05 TITUSVILLE.Also .
' .. iy fills short in that acerbity carries .. Lot or strip 18 Delespine Grant. .. 23s 3-15 1360,00 3.42 ToTltUMYlllcand Indian River. *

l/: .conviction to the reasoning faculties, .. .. Lot 1. .._. ........ .. .... ... .19 36Ue 95,50 5.03 CARRYING THE U. S. !IAIL. Unimproved Lots In,
.iat.b incite .....Lots 2 and 3........ .... ..... .. ..18 36s.J1e 153.40 7.54
tendency to a
r 1p ..[P Lots 2 and 3. .. .... ... ...... .. ... 29 3& 41e 150,60 7.M Indian IRiver City.Have .,
spirit of retaliation and Truth1 is the ..[ n e 1 of n w 1 and n w ofn e I and .. .. .. .. .... .... .
. ferer rather than the gainer thereby. i in arrears for '80 and '79. .......... 3 20s 35e 80,00 4.02 THREE trips weekly between the ST. a large list of .

.These thoughts have been suggested ... .. Lot 2 and n e I ofs w }........ .... 2121s 35c 72,50 3.62 JOHNS and INDIAN RIVERS. ,
I ... n wi ofsv }. .. .. .. ...... ..... .. 30 2& 30e 40.00 .81 Groves
of bitter Leaves Wednesday i Orange
so apparent spirit .. .. Fractional .... ... .. .. ....... ....14 3& 40e 8,02 1.00. Enterprise EVERT Monday, ,
between gentlemen of cloth and .... Part lot 1. ......... ... .. .........332436e 5,00 1.00I'art and Friday Morning, arriving at I '
ianme'of our State papers. Troppo lot 1.. .. ..... ... ... ..... 33 24:1 aGe 2,52 .51 Titusville the SAME day. ON HIGH HAMMOCK & FIRSTCLASSPIKE '
'.' 'fdart la veritafa enure. ..... Lund House,loti block D Titusville. 32235C ...... ....
: *.:. ..* ... Lot 15 block B, Eau Gallie. .... .. .. 16 27g 37e .....93.89 ReturningLeaves LANDS
7 : ,". HEAVY, .BLOWS. .. [pn lot 2.. ................ .... .. ..12 36s 40e 37,75.... Titusville EVERV Tuesday.Thursday ,
n w I of n c !.... ...... ... ... 22236e 40,00. ... -Which we are offering at-
.'The"Southern Republicans and Lot 2 see. 5 and lots 2, 3 and 4, in ar .. .. .. ..... .. and Saturday morning, arriving at
rears for 'SO and '79. ... .. .. .. ... 820;:; 35c 205,4615.97 Enterprise In the evening.-Address
pendents.are receiving just now BOTTOM PRICES.
.. ... I ofse j..117 30e 80.00 2.01
W. S. Norwood
'most!severe, excoriations in the 'b'j.. .. 1 of lot 3,in arrears for '81.. ..... 26378 41e 40.00 2.00 ,
japers.Just hear what the National 1, in arrears for '81.. .. ... .. ....34 378 41e 8,00 .52 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. PINE-APPLE LANDS,
'publici.n has to say concerning and I of n e I and w of s eland w }.? .. . .. .: .
Tvery so-called Republican .... in arrears for '81, '80 aDd '79.... 27.36e 4S0OO 8.04 DE BARYBAMERCHANTS' First Quality At Low Figures.
..... w comer of se }. ..... .. ... .... .. 20.21s 35e 5,00 .51 !
'Jj(the South' who can produce .. .. lot 2 Block D, Titusville,. .... .. 3 22:! 35c ,4248.081; LINE Several Large Tracts Of ,t
of good character: from Bourbon .... of s of lot 1.. .. ... .... .. 82536e ,25 ... ,
'es> tnd Senators and members they h:1 ..e part of Jl W 1 of n 0 }.. .. .. .. ..... .42536e 6,003.00 Elegant Side-wheel Steamers. HEAVY HAMMOCK LANDS y
'ground out in their polluted .[p 3.. .. ....... .... ... .... .......3C 25.s 36c 8,00.15.71 ,
: .... of see. 40 Brevard Deeds Book B a . ... Carrying the V. S. Mall. well adapted to
is i fraud,on the party and an ..e 71etc., in arrears '81, 'SO and'7940.201 35e 607,2648.22
ONE 0.THE STEAMERS OF THIS LINE
'plice+in Bourbon outrages and crimes. .. [p of e j of Jl w I bounded north .. .. .. .. will leave Jacksonville daily from wharf foot Sugarcane,Bananas and Early vegetables.
, Every :so-called Republican in land of Maddox, ete.. .. ...... 17 2-b 36e 12,5118.09 of Laura street,at 2 20 p.ra.,and S.}'. and W.
, .South who persists in keeping a .... t 23, mock ,1, Eau Ga1lie, in ar- .. .. .. .. ... .. Hallway wharf at 3:-10 p.m.,for Also unimproved Lands in_ all sec- I
. communion up' : for '81, '80 and ',9. ... .. .. ... 16.279 37e .. .. ... .35 Palatka, Astor, Sanford, En-
:. Republican . Lot S, in arrears for '81. 'SO, and '79 7 218 37 a 20,00.... tions of the county.A .
through which' he knows he can Lot 5 Block n, Eau Gallie, in arrears .. .. .. .... ... terpriseAnd J
f push-nothing but magnifying his for '81, '80 and '79... .. ...... .. 162715 37e .. .... 1.86 all intermediate landings south of FEW VERY DESIRABLE

.daJms to a Federal office, when there l .... n part Domingo Acosta Grant,Vol .. .. .. .. ....
'chance ia deeds book D,arrears'81,'80&; '79 38 20:; 3-15 500.00 32.16 Palatka. Homesteads Left.
r success by an alliance .. All Spanish G'nt arrears'81,'80 &;'7943 20s 34t' 17,1': .36 Sunday Boat will leave at 1 p.m.
'Independents who arc engaged in a .. .. put strip 20 Del piDe Grant necor 27 22. 3& 2,00 .26 Lines Will for make close connections with nil Rail Parties having money to purchase mortgages

conflict with Bourbonism, is himself .. of s e 1, in arrears'Sl'SO and'79 2 26:131t' SO,60 6.02 Points In the Interior.And will find safe investments on undoubted .
Dy of the Democratic and is [P 1 see. 30 aDd lots 2 aDd 3.. .. .. 19 26s 37e 163.56 5.8G security
: party, .. of fractional sec.ll and. ...... 12 23s 345 500,00 5.03 with steamers at Sanford for
*to be tr stcd. J. [P \V 1 of s \V 1 sec. 28, &; n e 1 of s e 1 29 2& :He 19,85 .81 Points on Indian River. -

Every Bourbon in the South who .. w 1 of s \v }.... ....... .......... 23 tis 3-Ie 40,00. .. Returning leave Enterprise at 7:30 and San- ... .
i: Federal office is a wrecker sending ..W w 1 of Jl W }, arrcar '81, '80 and '79 26 21s 34e ... .. 4.02 vine ford on arrival of train arriving at Jackson- Real Estate placed in our hands for sale, I

false lights to lure the Republican [1 c I oh w t.. .. .. .. .. .. ........ 3C 20131(' 40, 9.88 *Early next morning. exchange, or to let, will receive prompt
II or lot 21 Delespine Grant. .. .22.. 3-15 1360.00 21.26 attention.
an the rocks where she may be ... 1.. .. . .. .... .. .. .. .. ... 827831e 29.00 2.01 Making Lines for close all points connections: with rail and steam Titnsville May 24,JSS3
Every Federal officer who is not .... of sec 5 :and. .. .. ...... .. ... G 249 3Pe 8,002.01 4 tf
.. .. .. .. ... NORTH EAST AND WEST.For '
.noonced by the Bourbons, and by . s w 1 of s w !. 5 26 30e 39,98 1.00 SPORTSMEN'S
i .BeaiJng allies at the North . Lots 3S-9-10-1 md 2 JO\'Ilcrvillc. .. 3 22.. 35ti ... .. 13.07 all points bct.Hcen Jacksonville and EMPORIUM !
. with' as .. [1) Lot 3, sec 21. lots 1,2, 5, and G nnu, ('... .. .. .. Market ralatka.wharf take one daily of Sundays the cteamers excepted leaving, at 10 R. C. SCRIMGEOUR
ing elections be
may safely of IS e 1 mJ 11 C 1 of s \v 1 see 21 & 28 3140,. 323,50.27,13 a.in. ,
Y ; *.busily interfering in the ... 11 C 1 of s \\.1. .. .... .... .. .. ... 30 2&3 (> 40',00.... F.\STILUL. Taxidermist and latonOuL
, '!de. If each department of the and n w 1 of 11 W 1... .. .. .. ...... 7 26. ::1139,87 1,90 Leaves Jacksonville for Green Cove Spring .
meat could detail to . n } of 8 C l ofn c 1, arrears 81,80, & 79 25 :?3... 33: ". 20.00 .80 Tocol and Palatka. Birds& animals mounted with some respect
enough agents get .. .. SV 1-1 ofs w 1-1. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 2026: 29", 40,00 20.10 Lake Steamer MAGNOLIA: leaves Florida for Anatomy. ;
we real truth they would be able to : .. ..." w 1-8 ofn w 1-1 of s \v 1-1.. .. ..28 219 3.,. 5,00 .26 Central Railroad wharf at-a. m. gtly,report in favor of the removal, .. n x of s w 1-1 and lots 5 and 6..1 22.146,90, .... day excepted returning same day. and fishing to be found at my establishment ;
:cane f of every Bourbon and every and lot 2..3424.937e 46,00. .. For farther information apply at General and at reasonable rates. .:
.ton efving I'Bepublican in office in md lot 1 Block A, Titus\.illt" .. .. .. 3 22. 3.1t .. .. 16.08 Ticket Office, corner,Kay and Laura Street* Also dealer in tho Celebrated Lion
&Turncr,1'e1-4 l-41ot2neofne, 29 2110.00 2.01 ',.D. W.\T80S.Manager.
brand of
South for neglect of duty while C.I!.FEX WICK,lien.Pass.Agent. Asbestos paint in all colors .
Lt 1..353V41
[ 36,50 1..1; ready for use. The best and cheapest
or plotting for Bourbon politics. .. Lotsl23&e&nwl-4&swt-4nwl-12031 31t' 241,12 4.$6 ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES OF MAILS. paint ever introduced for House or Boat
... .. .. n e 1-1 of n C 1-1.. .. .. .. .. .. ... 15 27 9 36(' 40,01.' ..10.. use. 011 stoves in great variety, suitable .
Stop killing the birds cries the .. [P $ c corner ofs e 1-4 of n e 1-1.. .. .. 20 21s 35., 5II( .51 : From Enterprise to Titusville. for family or boat use.
: .doBeporter, for they will do more .. ....w of n e 1-1 and w oh c 1-J. .. .. 8 21t' 37e 160(0 oJ.03 Leave Enterprise Monday Wednesday and LINSEED OIL
.. .. .. ... .. .. .. 16 Friday at 5 a. in. WARRANTED PURE. .1
Wnls saving fruits and vegetables .. [P D C 1-4 of l1C 1-1. 27s 32t 40.1): 2.43 Arrive at Titusville Monday Wednesdayand .
; .. ... Lot 2. . .. .. .. . .. .. ..... 22l 35t57.00 2.82 Friday at 9 p. m. Praffs Celebrated Astral Oil in
tteMvages of insects in a season than E. .. Loti:>, block 1,Eau Gallic: ,iu sires . .. .. .. ... .1 Saturday Leave Titusviile at 5 a.m. Tuesday Thursday and always ;I
c dwen stalwart full-paid "hands." for '81, '80 '.9... .. ...... ... ... 16278,3. .36 Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursdayand STOCK.
: .there is-no general law for the .. nV l-1ofs taw 1-4,1-1arrcars'81&'7 40,00, 2.42 ; Saturday at 9 p.m. I .":

:,'Ofbirda, (if there is such a law it is [P + c 1-1 of s n 1-1. .. :. . .. .. .. 202& 31e 40,00 6.70 : From Daytona to Titusville. Triple plated "Table" ware from the
kafly of Lot -t Block 7, Titu.\l11t": .. .. .: .... 3 22.1 35c .. .. 2.01 Leave Titnsvlllc. Mondays Wednesdays, House Holmes, Booth Hayden. _.
.?. a dead letter), the people .. .. n 1 acre strip, excepting 2 acrt'lD n c .. . .. and Fridays at 5 a.m. Lanterns Razors, Comb3, Xlck'SacksIn
farce the law into their own hands corner of strIp 20. 1)dC pine Grant 22s 345..51 and Arrive Saturdays at Daytona at 9 p.,m.Tuesdays Thursdays endless variety. ..:
;* operative law can be passed by A [P part of 11 w 1-1 of n c 1-1. .... ... .. 4 25r 36e 3.33 1.411 Leave Daytona,Mondays,Wednesdays and ",
I+ ... .. n e 1-4 of n w 1-4. .. .. .. .. .... .. ...1G. 'G0 30e) 39.W. .. Fridaydat5a.m. Cigars, Tobaccos Pipes _<
.. ... .. ... .. .. : Arrive at Titusville Tuesdays Thursday
The and lots 1 and 3.. 32 26s 3e) 87.21 3.01: and Saturdays at 9 p.m. and all smokers' articles.
i 1 Columbia Star says that on a ... C 1-4 of n e 1-1.... .. .... .. .. .. 33 ; 30e .. .. .. .. 1 From Titnsville to Eau Gallic. .
y.night, in a church a few miles and fractional s e 1-1 of n e 1-4. .... 33 7s 37 a .. .. ....I When you cannot find :
**ie 1-1 of 1-1.. .. .. .. .. ....3.1 Leave Titnsville Tuesday and. Friday at .
Sty, a colored woman and n w n w ;1s 30C JI9,96 6.01 i II a.m. What you want in the other stores In Ti
ion and after undergoing great .. .. ne 1-1 ohV 1-1. ... 42&0 30C 0,46 1.00 Arrive at Eau Gallle Tuesday and Friday tnsville just give R. C. S. a call and you .a
<*tement .. Lot 4 mock 52, Eau Ga1ie..t! 16.275 3.e ... .09 at 6 p.m. Gallic will be sure to get suited. ;
A ":, ; fell into a trance. She fell ..... Lot 6 Block 94, Eau Galle.! ........ 16 21s 3.e .. .. .. .09 Leave a.In.Arrive.Eau Wednesday and Saturdayat
. .. we floor and there remained up to ... Lot 4 mock 93, Eau Galhe. .. .. .... 16278 3e .. ... .09 Titusville Wednesday and Saturday NO PATENT NO PAY. .
f I J'hesday night following, without food [P !! o.n! e 14; arrears r'81'SO & '7916 27s 30C 70. 3.28 at7p.m. OMafealfor, Mechanical de- .' J
nnk..The building being used as a .. Sl'm'Lh G'nt, All, arrears 81, SO&79 42 2c"\' 34e S433,8214 .._.IIaT. Ko y.Md .-_&ntI PATENTS vices Compounds: Designs p !
;. Spanish Gn't, All, arrears 81, 80 & 7 37 2134e 390,96 6.72 PAYSQNSfjo m with uyrl. ".Mnforinrk'ijf and Labels. All preliminary examinations t
** 'the UlJ'talmc: Fopolirfordecor' as to patentability of
exercises of the school Inventions free.
r Spanish G'nt, All, arrears 81, 80 & 7944 20s 35e 108,77\ 8.72 o t. L rI UT work en linen. 1t.aet..dCsn- "tiuide for obtaining Patents" U Rent free Our "j
"ed tt usual, the woman lying on the SpanWl G'nt, All, arrears 81, SO & 79 45 20s 35C 330,7526.52 I INK ,,- JUUblUbfdOOyMn.t.DDlalIl&DAL. XMBlttflHA.Sold bras everywhere. AddressLOUIS BAGGER A CO. 1 1
Solicitors of Patents '
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F. '- .. .. ,;How r indigestion affected. by such I I tip '
.. t' With
-, ; :: ;- 'WeakerVessels. thtrrrrr
J;! f "'k So-called
,,, \ Jansen found The I .
:",(" ,"lA ; ;Sclen--, had gone into the pig.' condiments as vinegar and salt has be u .

'i--:':t F that when he melted ores In ,crucibles I carefully studied<< by M. C. Hasson, j I! The bridal **"'3Kd1r! .
;r to .veil: may be :? ;
ofikah'Academy of-ArtJIaa metal.obtained,ran lower in phosphorus hi either
." r Tto 3l : the t and the results' presented a paper I '
.. of as the train of the "
live average
"'fl. --' : : obtained from:the 4In France women an dress or,i
jf Jta-468 students thirtyfourTi than the pig read before the Academy of cience, I. '
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,'\:; < .u made 13 years longer men. .
in 1881
Sarnstron condiments )
ifto: ":Ai rI. .. same ,ore. Paris. Taken in moderation these bride

t;;,. ,,: :Geology is said to be the most popular some analyses In charcoal, which seem A Chicago wholesale cloak house advertised are useful. 'They promote? 'the, or 30 it youthful.be of .- Ifabtfci. .,...'

.3: :t depftrtaaent>of science In 81 1TM to lead to the conclusion that the excess for ,a "female. model with a formations of gastric juice.. But if may any fine,j .j(
lace
; I W.. ezMbitlon. at.Jladridll a great of phosphorus is due to that speciesof thirty-six inch bust,"offering$8 a week. they are indulged hi to excess they irritate and shorter. thanbride's the\ :
,. in veil.Alligator. '
I applicants
twenty-five Jr
AOU f."Y.-"Y. fuelNickel There were the coats of the stomach and ren- !

: ',The-smell of fresh paint hi,.a ,room crucibles, instead of silver ones, two hours.' der the food more indigestible. The skin and i Ante

A -fb effectually. gotten rid of'by are 'recommended by M. Mermet for Mile Piccolo, a'Parisian actress, proportion of salt should not exceed 5 pers, made in Marie ;.

'? placing therein a pail of water hi which use in chemical manipulations. Nickel drove nine burglars out of .her house to 10 'grains to 0 5 kilogrammes of are worn by ladies hi,tueU, '

y 'a few. onions. >have been sliced." indeed is slightly attacked by melted with a revolver the other night, and meat, and of acid 1 to 4 per 1000. alligator leather has beautiful i ,
-
;; :Water' used- In"wool=;;washing yields potash, but so is silver itself. Nickel then held two of them;who had climbedup .CARE FOR TIlE EAR.-We do not and may .be dyed many : II

; 4.60per cent, of-a very dry potassium, crucibles cost at first much less than a tree, until the police arrived. think that most people sufficiently real- most fashionable in its aat__ '

-? which caa be recovered, as M. Delattre those made of silver, and, moreover, An Indiana woman gave up a trip to' ize the importance of caring for the ear. and in black and dark red t !i'

haVabowu, at a considerable profit. they have the great advantage of melt- California, sold her ticket for half price, 'In another article we have referredto Velvet damasks with .CNHisW

.D,.RiTytfpg calculates that the present ing at a higher temperature. It often and returned home from the railroad the life-long sufferings of the cele- grounds and beaded lace, an aftfcfcfe'

: *Dnu .i yield of all the. coal mInes.of. happens that inexperienced chemists station, on learning than she could not brated Dean Swift, due to a simple scarfs, pelerines and mantelets_job

2. the.earthwould, .suffice to keep up she melt their silver crucibles In heating have her pet dog with her in the car. cold taken before his twentieth ,year. mEr Olive-green with red figon..'

'; fire of the inn,at its present intensity of them over a gas-lamp ; but such an accident In modern Egypt a young man is not In his case there were ringing in his garnet and orange with black aa 9*

t':,,- light and_heat, for about the fortJ. .,-mU- is not to be feared in working permitted'to see his wife's face before ears, deafness, nausea, vertigo or gid- rich colorings for these littlethat .i1sC

tJioDth part of a second.According with crucibles made of nickel marriage. As a consequence not infrequently diness. But there are multitudes of give tone to the moat gaietpk

.- to the. Scientific. ,CdKfarnianan Major Witte, says the Journal of the soon after marriage he makesup cases In which the trouble is confinedto Canvas ribbon is one of the -j

'i lJistantaneoua remedy' in cases,of Franklin Institute, has provided the his mind that he, never. wants to'see simple_deafness, slight at first and for trimming summer bonceU.},Abb

Polooiugconsists of a' heaping teaspoonful steam fire-engines of,the city of Berlin it again. hardly noticed, yet steadily increasingwith ecru linen canvas,with gilt cord eaejA

': of salt'and the same quantityof I with pipes for the discharge of com- One energetic*woman did the workof years. Every year thousands laya edge. It comes in narrow vidtta fe

ground mustard atlrred'in' a teacup! pressed carbonic acid into the steam a mob at Michigan City, Ind. She foundation for it. The part affectedis making rosettes and loopai'''and.h\\ii

; of warm or' coM'wat r' and swallowed chamber. When the engine starts from dashed into the saloon in which her what is called the"middle ear." in with black or dark,,velvet rj baa tt

', .b taDtlJ., the station the boiler is heated ; on arriving husband had become a drunkard, useda It is sometimes inflamed by cold air the strings of very stjlbh. lMr.
at the fire the carbonic acid is
A writer In the Scientific Calfiornian at.1 lamp in lieu of a club, and smashed striking continually on the outside, nets.

.suggests.Safe: _method Of.drinking out and first employed steam work as a together motor, then and the finally gas every bottle. just behind and below the ear, or penetrating Among novelties in millinery...

of cups at fountains erected for public the open cavity. Fashion, feathers
mings are fancy
steam alone is used. By this MaryBullock got a ridiculously heavy black ai
arrange-
'. u e. It is to put the lower lip Inside of ment the engine is brought into action verdict against the English company on which sends young children from overheated straw, black and jet,and black aal pH

the cup and sip the water, Insteacl'of i. rooms into the winds of whiter leaf crowns feather
four or five minutes sooner than wouldbe whose railroad she was'slightly hurt. crowns, Imlt.
placing the" edge- .' of the cup' between otherwise possible. But a new trial has been, granted on with the ears 'wholly unprotected, is thistles made in montures fancy tail

the.lips.. the ground, as expressed by .the judge, i. -responsible- for many sad cases. tie pompons, golden hazelnuts tai te

.. ,A r substitute. ,for ,India-rubber ,has that she and her sisters, who appeared When there is ua cold in the head flower coronets of wreaths for the..p

been invented by M.M.Dankworth and Pious Sentiment. as her witnesses, were so beautiful (nasal catarrh) the inflammation often of hat brims. *

T Landers of St. :Petersburg it is composed that their charms of person had extends to the Eustachian tubes (the Royal pink, primose-yeQow,.|..
The Christian of heart
t .of a mixture of wood, and ,coal- living -pure deprived the jury of common sense. tubes that convey air to the middleear granate-red and lettuce-green'j sa.
and the world-is the best
tar; unwed oil,ozokerit,'spermaceti and unspotted by j ), and then into the ear itself. Some- shades of satin and velvet r 1j
mixed preacher of the gospel In these days. The Poetry Of Women's Rights: times the throat and back of the mouth
sulphur .which are,, thoroughly with black lace in the newest bsaask

and heated for along time hi large vessels There is but one solid pleasure in life, The The right right o'er to watch others'while.woes others to weep sleep., (pharynx) are I inflamed, and the inflammation These bonnets are not :made ona....

by means otsuperheated steam. and that is our duty. How miserable, The right to succor in distress. spreads upwards in the same but are shirred on wires of gUt'dh*.

At a meeting of the Linnean Society, then, how unwise, how unpardonableare The The right right to when love others when curse others to SCOFL bless., way. An inflammation'is often thus bronze. ...

.London,hut month, Mr.G.Murray exhibited -i they who make that one a pain. The right to comfort all who mourn. extended from the nostrils to the ear I. I

:: specimens of dace killed by the The Divine Mystery. The right torched new joys on earth. by an improper blowing of the nose.
The right to feel the soul high worth. The Love of Homo
fungus Saprokgnia fcrax) the The lead the soul God One nostril should be cleared at a time,
"diaeue
Ihe Rev. Dr. Platt, of Rochester, right to to -
result of inoculation. He asserted that Along the path her Saviour trod : the other remaining fully open. It is only shallow-minded prefects
who
delivered the baccalaureate
; sermonat Such woman's rights GoJ will bless
this was.the first recorded experimental Hobart commencement, closed with And crown her champion with success. As the results-not noticed for years who either make distinguished,

proof of the possibility that this disease the following pretty bit philosophical -may be increasing discomfort for matter of personal merit, or obera
Types of Women. A London
could be communicated to fishes. poetry: paper life, the ears of the young should occasionally origin a matter of personal rqnsth.

Messrs. claims that young English women of S be examined by a competent Taunt and scoffing at the humble edition .
Slater and Geitel state that I
I nothing am-can nothing be, middle and ranks are physically
upper
The to deafness
Unless 0 of thee physician. tendency of early life affect nobedy ii
the views of .Hankel on the electricity a part God ;
From God I come-to God I stronger than their compeers in any be checked if taken In time.
s of flames published hi 1858 but only go. may America but those who are fbobk
How we are one I do not know. other European country, or in the
In such cases there is a thickeningof enough to Indulge in them, and.Uxj
recently come to their knowledge, have As stars that shine by single sun United States.
Well bred American
!: been confirmed by their own experiments So life in each is life from One. the membrana tympani (eardrum), are generally sufficiently puniafaei lj
Each is for all and all for each girls are famous for an elegant and refined which
tends to increase with
'which show that elements thickening public rebuke. A man who k,not
galvanic In ways no finite thought can reach ; type of loveliness French ladiesare
may be formed of heated gases Yet space is here and space is there. ; every new cold ; or some of the inner ashamed of himself, need not beaahas-
And space is one and everywhere the best dressed in 'the'world ; the inflamed surfaces grow together, and ed of his condition. It did not
early
and metals without the introduction of
So time i.day and time is night. frauleins of
youthful Germany have the I I
aflame. One side the shadow-one the light. the action of the ear is interfered with, happen to me to be bom in a log cabin;

A contemporary maintains that the When death unveils this segment soul- finest heads of hair ; the Spanish girls I or the Eustachian tube becomes closed. i but my elder brothers and sisten wen
Unsevered of God the whole-
the
part brightest eye to be found anywhere;
persistent'use of the microscope is the With God in Christ and Christ in man- Sometimes the ear-drum is perforated, born in a log cabin, raised among tin

i only'means whereby the necessity for a The circle ends where it began. and in Venice and Florence may be I the inflammation} giving rise to suppura- I snowdrifts of New Hampshire, at a
seen to this day direct descendants of
,
change of yeast'hi brewing can be ascertained The warm days in spring bring forth those old world blonde beauties still tion. period so early, that when the smoki

and that, the examinationmust passion flowers and forget-me-nots. It fresh and fair upon the canvas of Ti- How to Save One's Self From first rose from its rude chimney,and

be kept up from day to day. As is only after midsummer,when the days Drowning.W. curled over the frozen hills, then vat
tian. When, however, all is said that
soon as, the cells are seen to become grow shorter and hotter, that fruit no similar evidence of a white mart
courtesy to the demands
foreigner
elongated and lose their rotund shape begins to appear.-II. Longfellow.. : H. Pottinger, of Hamilton, Onta- habitation between it and the settlements
young English ladies remain stouter of
there is something wrong. rio, Can., an experienced swimmer, fur- on the rivers of Canada.Its .
It is not merely selfish but wicked to
limb, clearer of complexion,,and altogether
At Xakskov, hi the'Danish island of live too reclusively and exclusively in i more hearty than others else .nishes the following few remarks upon remains still exist, I make to it m

Lapland, the< gas company lights thestreets our little worlds. Itis a crime against where. Plain food, sound sleep, and the vital importance knowing how annual visit. I carry my children to it,

gratuitously, as a return for the self in its true sense to live a life of suitable clothing, exercise in the open to keep one's self afloat when suddenly to teach them the hardships endured

monopoly which, enables it to supply lonlinoss and isolation. The mind be- air, and the plentiful application of immersed in deep water: uWheB you by the generations which have gone before .

nearly all the houses with gas for cooking comes disorganized and preys on itself, soap and water, are the hygienic open find yourself in deep water you will them. I love to dwell on the ten-

,heating'and lighting.: For heating when it is, as it were,hide-bound by the secrets for the preservation of health in sink first a few feet down, but if you der recollections, the kindred tree,the

purposes the price is 91 cents per thou neglect of social obligations. the human being; and the use of those do not struggle you will come quicklyto early affections, and the touching narratives

sand; but for lighting, the company I SUSPICION'.-The safest and shortest aids, helped by a climate favorable to the surface again,which on reaching and incidents which mingle
$1.20.Within immediately draw a full breath, throw with all I know of this primitive family
charges I way to ruin character is by creating a physical development and personal
your head back, and this will have the d
# the last few years the development suspicion. "Suspicions," in Bacon's beauty, have made young English abode. I weep to think that none

of the coal-fields of Asturiashas words, "are like bats among birds,they women what they are at their best. effect of placing you in a recumbent those who inhabited it are now among

greatly advanced. In 1882,219,508tons ever fly by twilight." If"ourneighbor position on the surface of the water. the living ; and if ever I am ashamedof
Now, this is a most critical time for affectionate
were raised, against 107,380 in in busintsS or social life be the object of Health Hints. it, or if ever I fail in
| those who don't know what to do next. it and
veneration of him who reared ,
1878. But the near future, with the your dislike, let it be carefully whispered i
demands of railroads and industrial establishments that his affairs are not managed HOT MILK AS A STDIULANT.311Y .-If Extend your arms at once on a level defended it against savage violent

one is fatigued the best restorative with your shoulders, palms of hands and destruction cherished all the domestic
will soon make the pro- quite as safely as might be, or his habits ,
duct much greater than the former fig a little questionable. If a woman hate is hot milk, a tumblerful of the bever- downward, so that the water cannot virtues beneath its roof, and

ures even give any idea of. her rival, a well aimed word will as rage as hot as can be sipped. This is penetrate them, and begin gently pad- i through the fire and blood ofI erenyears'
far more of a restorative than alco- dling the water with the movement of shrunk from
surely as the touch of an affected hand any revolutionary war,
Mr. J. E. H. Gordon, not later ,
the bands from
holic drink.-Demorat'*Montklj. the wrist only. Extend toil sacrifice to sane
than three advocate blacken her beauty and leave her help- no danger, no no ,
was a strong -
years ago,
less. Who does not know the of A spoonful of lime water and a your legs quietly and slowly in a line kis country, and to raise his children to
as he acknowledges himself, of power
such insinuation Who does not meet spoonful of sweet oil beaten well to- with your body. If you raise your a condition better than his own, maj
machines
dynamo-electric occupyingvery.small
: gether and applied with feather directly arms or your legs above the surface of posterity
a and driven at a every day the victims of these unseen a my name, and the name of my
space
wrongs ? But it is not for to a burn, relieves the smart and I the water you will sink,but if you have be blotted forever from the memory of
'hflhrateofspeed. Now, after a costly necessary
,. series of experiments, he finds that this style of slander to use articulate prevents blistering. Wheu this remedyis the presence of mind not to do so, or mankindWebster.! .
not at hand struggle about, you will never sink
words the i common baking soda so
machine driven at ; nay, most inarticulate language -
a large a compara- .
put directly on the burn and moistenedwill long as you keep paddling gently, with-
is best for its ends. A whisper
tively slow rate gives incomparably the
give immediate relief. out exertion, with your hands, and so Thinking Aloud in Church.One .
: best result, and dees not endanger life dropped carelessly in some corner
The following remedy when applied you may float un until you are pickedup
by flying to pieces. among the combustible-a look, a shrugof of our churches has a somewhat
within six hours after a bite from a er until you are numbed by cold."
the shoulder, a sneer, a laugh may eccentric who often affords
parishioner
Six Algerian engineers who have rabid animal, has been successful inpre'enting I. ,
< been consulted by M. de Lessseps: on the serve the purpose. There is not a sadder hydrophobia Make -We H. Vanderbilt has tipped the the congregation much amusement
feature of human nature than the readiness : a college students He has habit of expressing his
inland sea scheme, report that the cut- wash who are serving as .a
strong by dissolving two tablespoonfuls -
ting could be made within five years at with which men accept such insinuations of chloruret chloride of waiters at the Glen House in the White thoughts aloud when verymuchinearBest
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a cost of $30,000,000. An average width and the rarity with which lime in a half pint of water and instantly mountains very heavily. During his never mind where he may be. His
they have the manhood to repel them. residence in the hotel entire unconsciousness having thougW
feet would be he
of eighty or 100 sufficient, tumor and repeatedly bathe the parts was pleased
as the current would widen the canal ; evidence with most minds is presumptive bitten. The poison will in this way be with the reliant spirit and gentlemanly aloud is irresistibly funny. LastSunday

and since it would be nearly in a anti they will say with a decomposed.The conduct of the student waiters and a late comer at church-a young ladf
knowing air, "There must be some fire when he left with voluminous skirts-sought to pass
straight line the navigation would be in sc much following is r recommended a on Monday last he gave
devoid of difficulty. A vast tract of smoke. successful treatment for sties : With a the proprietor $3000 to be distributed him to get a seat. As she did( so, she

country lacking only moisture to become fine camel: hair pencil paint the inflamed among the young men.. carried the gentleman's hat, which was

very productive would thus be brought Pupils at schools should be careful in papilla with tincture of iodine. A collector on the floor, some distance. It iP"

:, underzcultivation.ItLs the selection of their associates. The The lids should be held apart by the Sherman for his once wrote to General pened during a pause in the service,

teen observed by Swedish en- Waterbury (Conn.) American tells of thumb and index finger of the left hand of his hair and autograph and a lock I when there came, slowly and distinctly

gineers that the quantity of phosphorus five ladies who were school girls together while the tincture Is applied, and until : "The, received the following1reply and with an earnestness worthy of tbI

in the pig-iron manufactured with .and intimate friends, of whom the part touched is dry A few applications my autographs man has who has been writing preacher, that unconscious ejaculation
t' charcoal is than that in the four have died of been discharged, ""No where hi the name-of-
larger ore cancer and the fifth is in the twenty-four hours is suffi and w- -
as
and duxes, even assuming that all of now attacked by the same disease. cient. I my orderly is bald, I cannot the-Lord-is-that-girl-taking
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{, II wept oar reT7 coals a way. Dunleith had come'in i. "MissTessjeVerney's maid,",people, Already people ,had",gathered tin thestreet .Man'c'tChance,; for Salvation In
U mot to our icoaoed hearts hush ".No-I'.do, not' be called her; though Tessie said '. before Proportion,
to letthem hear, .e > kIowAhgwil the wind w- to. gaze at to the .Number of
fift.I Dtl1 tnnoagge -- f .
:,; s of angel drs>tin .near.. come..Ofi. her'when.,I am4 godsee,!'vM.Bonrthfwas "She is not a servant,butan old friendwith them. _." His.Wives:--A Bachelor Sure'.
;.i' ':' ''''...'' i L,uv M. Ohneveedo. ., saying.1, ''I save little to whom'I liVe.VUre' ."- '"Five," mused Tessie, ;'Twonderif of Damnation.
#*.w..- .1rIII&hebW"deDofdQtime&oU.iao.er.1.r p kirn ,But,she.has:her Jroice,.and her \ Miss Yeraey livedno one knew I the number has a significance?" The most interesting man I have :met
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,,d.n. tit and mufi'while the stars come' ; knowledge of music- ; She must- make.- for' a long time, and Mr. Thorne, I 1 Every day the flowers multiplied,, to-day was one who had wooed and worn
k r'} '. sat at theopereed dooi 1 her own way." meeting her repeatedly in society until they drooped in a cascade of fire three women simultaneously. ,Be bad
'tG" idtwrtk abeavenwardgazingeye' I "A very perilous .position.for a girl followed her home at a distance un- towards the pane.. just arrived with them from ,England
.,;.&CJi forthe angels passing b1! eo lovely." and learned the of her
place One
'*Kp euspectedt day a gentleman,passing hastily, and intended.to marry them collectire-
$;'; rjM>{hem afar.the-world's at high noontide.wSaflereely hot flashings. "Perhaps_ Mr. Dunleith;' but' it is abode.It caught sight of them and stopped. ly as soon as he got, to ,a safe place.
too late for me to make'any provision was a small, old-fashioned house, Then he turned and rang the little doorbelL The only one within the limits of civilization
bestTd: bidden them,turn aside. for her now.. She must, ,take' her in a narrow street, but the neighbor- Aunt Gale answered ,it. The, where that kind of thing is allowed -
1"';1' '":Jforpffljea AZnd tatty them awhile to in hallow convene the sweet cheer;,weT chances,the same sal did;" hood was. quite respectable, and. aunt beautiful plant in the window-it was being Utah, it is hardly necessary for
1' : But she.is a young girl, and,a very Gale had paid for it out of her sav- a very rare one, which he had tried for I me to add that he was oa .his way to
dimkPUJrwine and break our bread. delicate and sensitive one Monsieur ings and the means left her by her ?
; : years to add to his collection. .Could that territory of polygamy. He waa an
Wi nomised' our heart thatwhen the Bozarth. It is different. sailor-husband, and in it Tessie was se- he purchase a slip of.it? elder,named Ephriam Measor, and had

?;* '; i*ihe tfvMf'Of fe:-work' reaches the longed-ror M. Bozarth made a faint., inarticulate' cure.He Aunt Gale showed the gentleman in- spent four yean on the other side of'the
'%,**$]066TTheft reply. made business an excuse .and to the breakfast-room, where Tessie I world as a Mormon missionary. He
'. ,' ,-denies the weight that we groan with, hin- Will you trust her to me ? I would called. But the girl in the low, old- all grace and brightness, stood pettinga ,was only one of" a party of twenty-
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," Well loosen our thougbta" to such repose like to, marry her," said. Alan, 'Dun- fashioned parlor, would have none of canary bird. two of, these evangelists who arrivedin
:;<;/ li buuehes care's din, leith, after a moment' him.Her She turned her head, the smile still 'the' steamer Nevada, bringing.:672
;, ,-Aid, tJ&eD.we'U: call the angels in.iay "Eh? ,Oh", yes.. 'But'' she is, very time was fully occupied-she in her eyes and saw Alan Dunleith. converts. He had selected! Tiis three
: .! .. "tht we:dreamed of,comes at young." could undertake nothing in the way "Tessie!1" spouses with sentiment and utility in
.,. 1eD "I consider her youth ;'but'I'ihinkI of his pretext ; and, baBIed, bewitched
.'When i red of every mocking quest.. Loving, approving, tender, he looked view.
ADd broken in spirit and shorn strength, understand her. I believe I coulp and determined to overcome indifference into the lovely face, grown so suddenly "When I went away on my 'mieetan
>d'drop waitand indeed watch at the door as the of rest day wanes ,make her happy. Then you h give your he came again and asked her sober, and extended both hands. for the church," he' said,' "I left ;my
: 'en----- consent?" hand in marriage."Do And Tessie hesitated but a moment five motherless children to the'care of a
.' Jtai fH ftBK6!* we meant to call are gone. "Yes, yes," wearily. not be hasty. I have a fortune ; before she laid hers, melting and fair I relative. I had never practiced bur ;.
: What more -they said, Tessie did not you can adorn it," he said, looking into in them. doctrine of conjugal plurality, though
know. There was no lack 'of life and her cold, exquisite face. "You have found she said and one
f Walt a Little. me, un- believing preaching it, and my
y" I ,: r s energy in her air now. She sat erect, "You are going to refuse but wait, consciously."I 'wife'had recently- died, leaving me to
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with wide eyes and naming cheekS, for and let me come agiin. Give yourself have come for. awper&o," he said. realize,that, if I had done my duty, the '
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r ..JL,.picturesque old house in a neglected a ,moment ; then, her heart beating in time to consider. "Shall I have it ?" youngsters would not.have been left
.garden, ,a' vine-wreathed window, great shocks she slipped out of the Tessie consented to this, thoughher "Wait a little," she answered.But half-orphaned. Wen, I made up 'my
did a young girl lying on the low-cush- window, flung herself upon the turf of decision she knew to be unal- her shy eye did not tell him nay. mind,'if the ,Lord should prosper'mymission
fcsjed: seat of its .embrasure,. hidden the terrace, and disappeared among the terable, even' when aunt Gale wa Her blush was eloquent ; and as they to return prepared to set up
torn: the room within by a rusty red rank, shrubbery of the garden-disap vered. turned towards the bed of scarlet flow- such household as our church contemplates
orla&v.: She would have been pretty pe red from the view of the house, but "Marriage-he offers you marriage, ers, both were sure that all'this time for every faithful saint I have
if 4* had not been so pale and listless not from her own terrified conscious- child Well, that is an honor; and he they had loved each other.Companionable done so." -

mainly the,faint, momentary smileb1&.tlu ness.Alan is a very rich man,'you tell me. Per- He introduced me to.the threeW'OlDllla.
shy confidence of a little Dunleith marry her her? haps it would be wisdom to accept whom his religious courtship had cap
gz. bird in the woodbine brought out She was burning hot to the tips of You say .no? Tell me why?" "I People. tured. It was snot necessary' for ,him
..i,most charming. The girl was idly her fingers with shame. Then, as she knew a good'man once. I am 'indifferent to explain that he had picked them out
witching the little.creature. She had read her aching heart and knew the to all others," Tessie- said In every society, we find that people with that di.screUoD.whteh.1, hare al-
.,' a beet of, music in her slim fingers. truth, she uttered a heartrending cry quietly. And the proud Mr. Thome who are called companionable are those I ready mentioned. I could see it without -
eyelids were: red, as if she had and sank down upon the grass' ,pale and received the politest of dismissals.The who have the knack of making light of being told. Emeline was a bra way,
been recently crying. So still was sheAIhe faint. She buried her face in the moss year passed, and another and an- their tribulations and vexations and I ignorant, hard-handed widow of forty
bird continued, to adjust the ni violets. other. It was five years since Tes habit of putting them out of sight; who I or over, and her lot was to be that of
4rie&-gras9es of its nest without fear. "I love him-I would give all the sie, a shy girl of sixteen, had ran do not entertain their acquaintanceswith drudge in I the admirably bahnced
Tbe balmy May wind lifted the tendrils world to be fit to marry him I But he away from Alan Dunleith and his a recital of bad baking, a leaky family which Elder Measor contem
'of Joft, brown hair, but did not otherwise shall never marry me because he pitiesme. pity.Three pipe, the children's measles, the short- plated. She was to "look after the domestic -
disturb her utter inactivity. I would I rather kill myself first 1"! months later she heard of her comings of the servants ; who know economy," as he expressed it. ,
For,an hour she had sat there-ever with violence. uncle's death. He had left her none how to keep their melancholy, if they Sarah was neither a handsome nor
cnce her uncle,M. Bozarth, had fallen Then, with pitiful cry- of his little property. He had never have any, out of the conversation ; young woman, but some refinment,wasdiscernible
jdeep upon his sick bed in the adjacent "I will run away !" I cannotIwill intended to. She was not disappointed. whose nerves do not furnish them with ( and he told me ,that she '
bamber. The girl had not been crying not-see him again!" She had been glad to find the world material for a morning call ; who are not had been schoolma'am Wales. She

|or: him-no, .she did not love him. And actually the impulsive, morbid- was wide enough fdr both. She was always on the lookout for a draught, I was for practical use,. ,too, his ,plan
,Even in sickness he was tyrannical, ly-sensitive, undisciplined girl sprangto far happier now. She and the strong I or a change of weather, or a slight ; I being to make her a governess for hi
creel, as he.had ever been. He kept her feet, ran into the back hallway, old woman mutually benefitted each I whe! do not lament their poverty aloud, children. Lottie was a,blooming Lancashire 1
hid fiddle,bow upon the bed to rap her snatched a shawl and hat, and turned other. The latter was shrewd and and make us feel responsible for it, and lass of twenty or so,- quiet pret-
konckles'- 'when she did not wait upon I[ her back on the only home she knew.It faithful The young girl, with her uncomfortable amidst our poverty. The ty in her coarse way, and I did not
.t him quick enough. She was tired. For was not so hard ; she had never beauty, her music, her future,enrichedher companionable people never ,seek _to ask the elder why he had chosen her.
:three,nights she had sat up a greater loved it. She went rapidly down the life. She was proud of her, loved make us dissatisfied with ourselves or I They were evidently in love with each.
put of the time. The doctor told her green road until the stage overtook her, her, and Tessie returned her affection.She our belongings ; they talk about the other. That was not surprising in b,
JJoz&rth. :was going to die, so she when she sprang aboard with satisfaction filled the stiff, still Qld rooms with things we like to hear and are silent him,though marvelous in her, considering Ii"
wa fun of dread and fear, but not seeing the chimneys Mulberry music, books and flowers. The small- upon the subjects on which we disagree; that he was sixty and ugly. She was "
gusted or fearing the bereavement, Cottage disappear in the distance. paned windows were hung with vines. they do not differ from us for the sake to be the queen of the reorganized estab-
although when M. Bozarth was gone Dingy as the house looked without it of differing, and do not announce their lishment. '

aba ,would be all alone. She was an Tessie had passed about two years in ,was a bower of living green within. opinion as if there was no appeal there- "Will there be a triple wedding?" ,I I'-j
.orphan,' and for. the last four years h3 I the city. Beyond almost immediately "I'd never have patience to tend an' from. They do not talk you blind, as inquired.
'had,supported her, after a fashion, and sending a note to her uncle that she fix the flowers myself, but I like to see the saying is, neither do they offend by "Yes," the elder replied. "We call
taught her music. She bad a beautiful was well and at work copying music them, Tessie," the old woman would their taciturnity ; they do not have to the ceremony a' sealing, and is per- J
:, "voice pure and delicious. She sang that she hoped he would forgive her say.One be drawn out, but develop their talentas formed in secret. Thereafter, I shall //1
'when' she was bidden, and sometimes to for leaving him, but she could not do day, from the cavity of a blue generously and charmingly as the hold a more approved position before .!1
tplepee herself in pleasing their landlord, otherwise-she had had no communication deli teapot, on an upper shelf of an unused plant develops its blossoms; neither do the church, for we maintain that polygamy ,11
JIB Dunleith. !I with her old home. closet, she produced a package! they pump or catechise us about our is not only a, privilege, but also a I
:He has a handsome man. He had She had fortunately been found usefulin "Look at these, dear. They're so ie own affairs, but show a genuine inter I duty which no saint can be entirely
:keen.blue, eyes and a smile that was a music publisher's establishment. seeds my old man brought from Japan ', est in whatever we may choose to impart excused from fulfilling. There was I
very,gentle. He 1 seldom spoke to her, She earned her bread and ate it moist- years ago. I don't know what they'll of a personal nature ; and although some hesitation about sending me .outas
[bit he ,came across the garden sometJmes ened with tears, but she never ceased make-posies of some kind." they never force their confidence upon a missionary, because I had taken !
-. .of an evening to drink a bottle of to feel joy that Alan Dunleith had not I'll plant them and see," replied Tes uc,they have none of that frosty reserve but one wife, and I don't suppose I a;
.wipe with M. Bozarth, and listen to his I I married her for pity. The energy of sie, looking at the package of queer, which never allows a glimpse of their should have received the appointmentif
--adventures in France and Italy. They earning her livelihood improved her. three-cornered brown things. hearts. There an some people who are I had not given assurance ,of my intention -
,talked about music, the drama, and the She gained confidence, force, color. She put them in a pot of. earth and out of sorts at every band's turn for no to bring back two 'or more ;
'4fcl:masters. M. Bozarth was selfish Mr. Thorne, her employer, fancied watered them. legitimate reason-because the sun is wives." f
" Sad harsh, but he was no fooL Two her looks, heard her voice at last and "These seeds are old. They are like under a cloud, because they slept badlyor "Then your church does more than '\
'years before he had hired :Mulberry paid her unusual attention, in which my hope, and will hardly bear fruition ate too heartily ; but the compan- to merely contenance polygamy?" I
-"Cottage, and he and Alan Dunleith there would lavebeen no harm if he had she mused. She watched anxiously to ionable person makes the best of every said."To I
,htd always agreed very well. Only been faultless. But his money covereda see shoots appear. "If the seeds grow situation. She is not fidgety or fussy, be sure" was the reply, the
this. girl Theresa, had been alone. M. multitude of sins, and one day Tessie I will take courage," she said to her- and her prejudices are not, as with examples of the patriarchs are all that
,Bozarth was away all day and most of slipped from his employ and his self. Tessie had begun to understand some, her chief characteristics. When way, and there stands injunction
the" night busy with his musical engagements knowledge, and, innocent and safe, herself. She still loved Alan Dunleith, site arrives, she brings another atmosphere of St. Paul : 'A bishop, then, must be
in the city. They kept one went to reside with an old woman and hoped again to meet him. If she with her, and common things, blameless, the husband of one wife.' "
mother in her last met him seen with her eyes, become wonderful. "I should take that to that .
maid,whom the girl would have turnedto who had nursed her now, perhaps-perhaps there I mean more
for society in her extremity but she, sickness-an humble but honest old would not be so much dissimilarity. She is a person of ideas, and bestows than one wife wouldn't do for a bishop
,'too, was cross. creature, to whom Tessie gave her On the fifteenth day, pale, pearly them with prodigality; she is not so in Paul's days." Q
_The poor girl saw no kind face but confidence, while aunt Gale gave her a shoots broke the earth, and quickly often a wit as the occasion of wit in "You make a common mistake, sir. t
,-Alan Dnnleith's. She had come to home. took on a tinge of green. A color like others, which is a far more popular Paul enjoined bishops to take at least '1
worship that. She dreamed of it at "You're a good, brave girl, that your the rose came into Tessie's cheeks at being than the mere wit can hope to be; one wife, and we believe that they had l
,flight,; waited from day to day until mother'd be proud of this day, if she the sight. Day by day the frail things and although she may only have traveled"a several. We also know, by divine revelation i
-she saw it, though the owner seldom were alive,Miss Tessie,"she said; "and grew overrunning the pot with waxy good deal on Cape Cod," yet she has to us, that a man's chances for ;
gave her more than a courteous "Good Heaven bless the day that you foundme foliage and great buds, seen and understood more than many salvation are greatly increased by the increasing :
,evening.. Miss Tessie !" out, for I need your bright face "See what large rich buds aunt Gale, who have ransacked Christendom. number of his wives. A bachelor
: .But he always remembered to say I sorely." and I think they are going to bloom into is sure of damnation. Are you married -
t ","good evening" again, after she had And now Tessie went out by the day, some bright color. ?"
F ..Played and sang for him, and the smile giving music lessons. She liked this "You think more of that plant than The Wisdom of Minerva. ..
"S-tttmed on her seemed kinder. And better. She made acquaintances, found of all the others," answered the old -

j)hen,she would watch his fine, stalwart variety, yet kept herself intact from woman, looking at her curiously. A child, while, walking through an "A riference is't ?" exclaimed the
l!.figure going down the garden listen as the world. She had a strange joy, Tessie bent closer. Yes, the bads art gallery with her mother, was attracted girl at the intelligence office, when
,to whistled an air she had been playing, which she hardly understood, when sheathed petals of red. by a statue of Minerva.; "Whois asked by the lady in search of help for '
5aadwait: for the next visit. Xo one people complimented her on her beauty, She came down late to breakfast the that?" said she. "My child, that is a recommendation: "an' why should I
' :.'_dreamed. of all this ; perhaps she did her grace, her tact. In these direc- next morning, but had hardly seated Minerva, the goddess of wisdom." give ye a reference ? It'is meself that's
', lOt_realize it herself; and it was not at tions she bad advanced much. She herself at the nice repast, before she "Why didn't they make her husband, gotto: ive wid ye an' not ye wed me."
-' ail and intelligent girl, sprang up, nearly overturning her too." "Because she had none '
strange. The little grey bird was was an elegant cup) my M I. i MM B aH M .
-!ery quiet building its nest, and Tessie very different from what she had been, of chocolate.A child." "That was because she was TUE largest rolling mill at U11,days-
*as extremely tired. and'sbeknewit, Musical people culti- wonderful glow of scarlet irradi wise, wasn't it, mamma.wastheart-: burg has been put upon double,Jtura *
, Suddenly she realized that she had vated her. She went out, and aunt ated the window. Five of the buds had ess reply. hopeful business sign.
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t? t ")1 North'iicago,EoUing Mii1bmta I ;Aadtsllt.. ...\1. daIap the Mood In the entire IJaIID IIaIee month Any pee.tioft .

,::::1i i'l edded''to build'&1100,000 wDb.will tab l.Fm ettoi 'II.IP& from 1 to U'weeks, may be iMtorad to soundMhatUBgbepoMlble.
4-t ni..ai'! ;" ii win-employ L: ......;.,. .' For coring Female OompUlnta tbu.l"D1Ilaaftl no ,

W!' '600""x '11i -batt '1riIl"be\ pit'up "'. t;, fpstdw' use them in their practice. Sold everywhere tent by man for The Best and Most Popular Organs 4
a ;- -. !6 ets:Is itamPe Send for pamphlet. I.8.JOIECSO3T a CO.* BOSTON MASS.DIPHTHERIA ured. .
f .at once;.d'tLe'8rat-ttatls''made i and dc''llveeea : now mtmlIla '! i
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Jruttiary'1,1885., : JoiLcsoZ'g ASTHMAtJlRONCHITIS. :"t.

t'.t 'c noorpOEatkmof| tuJ- 'the<* Chicago- -o Gentr113evifijd .. UoMKUlir rcUcr theae terrtbto dlimuc,and win pwlUrelj FIRST-CUSS in Tone. .'
eon nine cues oat of ten. Inftmuidon that win MTO
'i\ E ilny..w itlt''i'capital'of racy lint sent tn hf malL .Doot duly ft moment
< .; *!fc .b li criko k bettor tun cure.JOHNSON'S FIRST ClASS in Workmanship. ; < 1

r* $6OOQ'DOO.. .;is nut orI1 ed? 1, \ ANODYNE LINIMENT fi; k
1" -" '! ''' FIRST CIASS in Material.' '
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"" >MKmlteIafliMnza Loan Bleeding e2tbeLonttQuocfoIIoueeoealrtetb, ,WboopIq O)agile ii
."....'MISCELLANEOUS.WHEN, .' ,Qnate">iiiiMiliiii.CtroptelgifrtMim.CiiTOhDjximcrT.Chyto IIoItJaa.IWDeJTroa.bIeIo AU.d&b
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,t THE FIELDS Boo UlU aad wa-blown cattle Powder fact that cold MODERATE in Price. : "
l. t:. oontiT to vcnhlOM; that apbe MAKE HENS LAY _
Are White With cotton OoMBter0inkriai' 1 = "
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; t ralMMe. MotblnK on Berth WARRANTED for Five Years.
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-'- WIll state bens la j like % Condition Powder.' Due ODe teupxmftil to cadi pinto -
: Then youTl irA a'fine Piano o* ala' Organ >d e.azwbtre.or HIlt Ill'mall target*.In lump L 8.JOMMOK ACtAM.;, __,
,*,Bat why,:-wait for it? Boy ti once 1 f f_ Every Organ of oar manufacture is not only warranted for five yean,bath_ :: J

and enliven the long hot. summfcrnoaths WALTON WHANN & CO. and teed most to give complete perfect in the satidaation world and In every oar pantcuJar.work is strictly Our factory flrst-claaaT Jsone of W.ttStoS. :]>*;
with mode and make the Harvest Hone I a tan line ot the leading. llanos,and can farnlan any style U the lorestmadaetpriaWearedeelroueoifatrodndngomorgaa aIIo !',' *
c still mQrefo7f L;-.Never'mind' if ,you I '
haven't,got .the;;.cash. "JIave,. ,yop not : ,UTAmimi : PLOW BRAND AuflPliO ODt the SOIlUl,aDd 01ler
h; .heard of ,. .. "I" l IDUt pecial inducemeua to DIIf Ia.>
and Agents. Good reliable > ,..
men caD IDake>? ,,
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iWtattlSreoin
V 1eri1C0J7 POD,&Ddprotec&iODl1WID&eed..1III Li;

:Lji-iEII'I'tEi'-' Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure. REFERENCES: toy Bank in St. Louts or Chicago. ;#lv:; .,

,..?... t. *. .r wt't.V a '

Ma] SIJ3VOkCEIEl: PREPARED. EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable growers of STORY & CAMfH

t Fl orlda. It will produce a heavy but sound and healthy growth on growing trees, ,
I PIANO
AIL. :OR BAN _SALE and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops or fruit.
-i- "' --""' c. .' .. I .. ', IT.WILL GIVE stock and luxuriant
: -- nursery vegetables a growth and in the 208 NORTH FIFTH: ST. ST. LOUIS MO.; !p
a- --: .,.....r- ._. a latter.tends to give good size and quality and.early.maturity. :
And don't you ;know that. daring.,. the CHICAGO SOUSE 188 190 STATE STB'P.ft.i.. ?
moottoof July;August "and 'September IT IS.SPECIALL BECOMMESDED FOR PhV E APPLES it.t

you canboyat LoWEST.BocK BoTToM

Cash BaM b*.rY 'Just a little! cub WALTON, WHANN & CO., HPfflDGTOn GUNSi'WE
down and !JYembu Jst; with-

4 out interest'If*a dead sore fact,'and Wilmington, Del. .
yon cant::save one red cent by postponing Auk Captain McLean of the sloop "AgneJ' to bring you a tact of the HAVE TIm t.IJ
pause until yoor.cotton. comes in. \ ;
Here are-the(.erpos.Midl3 t ;Largest and Best Equipped Armory in the World I ;

PLOW. BRAND.. '. .,
AND CONSEQUENTLY Tar BEST: O7 FACILITIES FOR MANOTACTUWNO' ?>
hihih'ISpecial'Offer. JNO. ANDERSON, of Ormond,Agent for East and South Florida. TESTING: FIREARMS. WE HAVE MADE .
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L 4.....-.%, -A ... ._.* ', OVER ONE MILLION MfflTMY RIFLES
COLLINS CO
$25.Cub. &WB on a Piano.siDCahdown'enen., > HARTFORD
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Organ. ,Which!lndeaa adopmd and an iane la EVERY QUARTER 07 THE, GLOBS. '
Established, 1826.MANUFACTURERS i';, '
And'1i
Balance) November
1st next '
without one cent of Interest. Bock Bot REMINGTON SHOT GUNS. a .
tom Cash Bateaoj No interest advance \: : '
in price., And if wben'pay--day' comes, ARE NOTED FOR THE GOOD RESULTS OBTAINED AT ALL RANGES. WE Wti '
pay all cash, rare will give TO ANYBODYWHO HAS USED THEM. '
longer time with ts, reasonable increase

*of price. Chickeriflg,,Lndden & Bates. OUR HUNTING AND TARGET
Mathushek, Kranich ct Bach, $allet Davis ,RIFLES,.r'.
& Co.and I'rIolt' Pianos Mason ;;i''a. -;,. .
; & Have bleeD HIGHEST AWARDS at Intertutional Expowtuns, ad PRINCIPAL PRIZES I b. .
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Hamlio Packard Orchestral, and Bay Lcad ac 1bIchca.

Organs ,Every!: grade and style. ,,.. ..., .
All with maker's names. and fully guar- .
4nteed. No stencil instrnments sold. A :; RPUNGTON e flRFiS $
selection from over 300 styles from ten

leading makers., fifteen days' test trial ARE UNEQUALED FOR i
given., We pay all freight'if instrument

Ii privHege lilt satisfactory.iven. Six months exchange. OF e Strength, Simplicity, Durability, Range, 'Penetratioiv.
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SPECIALBARGAINS Axes Hatchets Picks Precision, Ease of Action, and Rapidity of Fire. :


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this mouth in ,
our grand Clearing Out
PIano Sale.. 100 first-class Pianos, near- AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY E. REMINGTON & SONS ,

ly new some not used a month, offered TOOLS FOR FARMS AND .,
PLANTATIONS.
from 950 to$100 under regular price, on
:easy payments of$25 cash and balance Also, FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS NEW YORK OFFICE 281 & 283 BROADWAY. .:
S10 monthly: Sold only to make room
for fall stock._ _Write for Special Circulars Of aH sizes and prices from $5 to $29. Also, Plowing Machines. ARMORY ILION, N. Y.
ana full line or Plan and JET*SEND FOX IU.CSTXATXD CATA.oGvL
Organ farmers win
receive valuable
information, catalogues *c.
Catalogues. All sent free. Address (
by writing to the makers,

Ludden & Bates' COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York. Valuable For Sale Property! County NOTICE Court.OF INSOLVENCY.In

PURGATIVE Thirty acres of land in the City Point Florida.Brevard County .

SOUTHERN MUSIC_ HOUSE. Hammock. Splendid galvanized WHEREAS
PARSONS ufw ,Fanny A. Joyner Administratrix
SAVANNAH;GA. ILLS Wire Fence around twelve acres. Five of the Estate of J.W.Joyner,deceased -

I Hundred and late of Brevard county Florida .
healthy
young Orange trees
ONLY; 820. having file}ha the office of the County
..,..WUleomJl'.wly eban .\hebl"I.. Forty bearing trees. Beautiful River Judge ol said .
f ''' t '' la em..tba M.'p.oawbowiah.Olt5PiLL county a written suggestion
PoreeetyP.male.ampluaatAeacPVl.E.naopul.lrnauo.au.t EACH JfIGHT 1'2011 ONE TO TFKLTEWELCS.may. .ahlh.ir..M.IsLtfniba& .I.potIl..I... Front. Six acres as fine cane and banana of the insolvency of said estate:
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or Mat by mail for M e nt.tuiafi., Read foi pamphUC"L a.JOHH8OH t a.aold.r.rrb.... Notice is
0D0. land as there is in the state. Adjoining hereby given to all persons
having claims of the
nature
the land of the Hon. ,,' any against
m. H. Sharpe. said
Estate to file the same,duly Authenticated
A TRIAL OF THE BALTIMORE JOBBER Here is a good opportunity for anyonedCiring in the office of the County Judge -

.' I II I to make good investment of said county on or before the 3d day ol
WILL CLEARLY SUBSTANTIATE ESPECIAL POINTS OF EXCEL the as March A. D. 1SS4, at which time there
i place must be sold. Titles
LENCE. perfect. will be a pro rata distribution of the said

1st-It is the ccsicat running press made. 2d-It is as strong as nuule.I Parties intending to purchase can make Estate among the several creditors entitled
3d-It is the mat durable any press of Dr. thereto, and the said administratrix
press made. 4th-It will do as good work as any enquiries G. W. Holmes or Hon.
e made. oth-It\\'ill take ICAS to keep it in repair than any press maile. Gth-Ln.'it press W. H. Sharpe. For terms and further discharged.
Witness of
but not least It my name as County JuJge
) costs less than first-class
male.l .
any press particulars address .\. P. Perham Quit- said county this 27th day of .l\ugust.\.

man Ga. or R. C. Perham City Point Fla. D. 1883. J. .MCCKORY,

or confer with Captain Peter County Judge.
r Wright of, Tituaville, Fla.,Sept. 6,1SS3 19 6m.
the fast sailing sloop "iliat" who will

carry parties to see the property. NOTICE.Six
months after date I will present '
my final accounts and vouchers to the
; PISO
s
""" CURE FORCONSUMPTION.
County Judge of Brevard Flori-
PHILADELPHIASINGER county
:ilia
altt All aft IAILS.
Ida, as administratrix will annexed
BeetemRhil> MACHINE Utefatatue. t3oldbytlrWt at6 of the Estate of II.''. Titus, late I

EQUAIro ANY SlXGER of said county deceased and ask fora final I.
IK THE M IIKET.
The above cut discharge as such administratrix.JlAKY .
the
represents most
popular -
style for the people which we offer NOTICE OF INCORPOYATIOX E. TITUS.Administratrix.
yon for the low Titusville, Sept..17.1SS3. :: Cm.
very price of $20. Remember Mm River & Northern '
,we do not ask you to pay until i Transportation NOTICE.
you have seen the machine. After having COMPANY.
examined I, Six months after date I will present tn
it
if it is not all NOTICE
we is HEKEUY
represent GIVES that In
ac Honorable J.
A. Judge
return it to us at our expense.: Consult cordance with the laws of Florida, we, of Brevard JlcCrory, County
final accounts
: your interests and order the county Florida, my
at ,
.p
once,or send undersigned have formed an associa and vouchers administratrix of
for circulars and as
testimonials. tion
to be styled and known
as the Indian the Estate of-Bartholomew deceased
Address CHARLES A.Wood & CO.. River and Northern Einlg
No. 17 N. Tenth St. Transportation and ask for a final discharge from the
Philadelphia, Pa. Company for the of
purpose
construct administration
IIarcb S. .J3 6m '? t lug, of said Estate.
maintaining and operating a Rail C. J. SA>vIFOIw, Administratrix.
Opened for the Season. -- road from a point on Indian River at or Titusville, Fla., Sept. 6. 1883. 19 6m.
near Rockledgc to a point on Lake }'oin-
sett on the St. Johns
'river in Urevard NOTICE
f6TA who is -
man interested in his '
ownwelfare ; county. Florida for the
. purpose of conveying Land Office at Gainesville Fla.1

-. will be pleased to know that to be three persons miles and in length property. Said road Au;Past 31, 1a 3. / r_..
or thereabout
NOTICE
Is hereby given that the follow
c ANDREW GIBSON 3IINOR S. JoSJ.ALE."tANIJEI1 ing-named settler has filed notice of his
' A. STEWAUT, intention to make final proof in supi ort
,. Keeps the finest oysters to be found in Titusville JAMES A. MCCKORY. of his claim, and that said proof will be
I. September 21, 1883. 22 3m. made before A. A. Stewart.Clerk circuit

. Titasville, court at Titusville Florida oil Thursday
J- FOR SALE November 1st 1SS3. via: Chandler Sampson -
AND SERVED DfSTTLE TO SUIT FATKONS.o ; A desirable 'of Eau Gallic for the
'" cottage, house and lot in i FI\.IIt1.'U.Hl
:.. ; Titusville, also Blacksmith, wheel wright lot 2, Section 28, T'p.2G S,r.ange37 ERe -

Plain and made and general repairing shop at ,Titusville. names the following witnesses to
Fancy Cake to order. Enq uire'Phcaww &lliy. prove his continuous residence upon. Auld
4. Bad Bread 24 tf cultivation of, said land, via: RufuaB.Stewart .
always. on hand. All Size Presses NAVAL'-: -;-::= Wm. Matherson, F. S. Risey,
and Printers' '
_. Also first-class Type Supplies. Catalogue free. __BATTLEt Joseph DIxon of Rockledge. Fla.
a Barber
shop attached. 17 J. F. W. DOEMAX, 21GEKMAN STREET,BALTIMORE,MD. I WorkL'.Co 3&. lator t *sCu.&cep 8s CiaIau&, U,'s.p fe? 19\\- ; L. A. \R"iES.
?f'h1b.\clpby. .
he Register U. S. Land Oifice..r
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'" .'f. "';, !) eW"iA_...c.i.1i 1fJ ,JD.:..... w..to, lIte<.would.go'iway... omC'3 'p.tJd :'pretti'aof :'hy iiaji.ut .on nine, abov%'the froar ot tftfefstonn,
faeDmbinbr: ;.And cautiously the. unstable SUM .. 'kJm..!"J 41ft. '
> ': ode boos!Where ne myxeet: over u1. *h went into .ta TInty of dee pair.
.--'. eamoa '.'rsndd... 4.J'Cjr -::..;t:;.. ud\;dayflsafi d l.+' at ODe a. somewhat nonplussed ha which" could jar on nerves'like a D< trn she sank on 'thoeiheri- .
A_' eledCOP tit rerOre thdareet-wMe we wen born-y; ; ,oro.. \:+ C( .1ittiDI Mr*. BeedV T ljisjji M *>ijl JB str dent saw ,In repose she would ms tic knees that, bad .not 'bent 'atherbiddjag "
satin
..l......r-> ..... #.orlar..._Jest"..... -. ..... xbeperleDollm7 .tazi.1. ; i.(1.. % her rheumatic knees" had. *.!"!*- .ha' e been .a sweet. old 'womau. .Now, 'for the, last'. five.years,
.: "};''7 Eof Ij flan*old ] persistenUy: ,ate the toned to grimly: &< looked anfa prayed as she had>never' done be- '

..1M O'.re' man a dream.. .rr The Bar Light-house was thrte nines to ge! 'e to e. :
) ."."e tblDJr w : f aaMisler at Bye;m tealons young I from Bye.: ',A sandy; 'desolatoYroadValmost : ,11g i t b otliemidstotheragonyei:great'calm
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ir t ;
4 O&tpure ea eye rsdM r: 'nBocent: ? confidence. in us billowy as the soy-stretchedbetween. perhaps, ,, fe I suddenly.over. it. *

r.! 1M..-. tIiiIadowa., ;" oS... -..' hi epeatsdiywltliEte.: ,hM'visited -The only house in the whole It five.o'clockfthe,storm, was .fairjy..... 'I wffl'go an' light the lamp myself,.'-
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\i.f: horror chills our blood. ,. .heri; : ; vWwo*fanpro%>. I disimce'w a little brown',one just at tin re, an II'U. S old-V-j Lgbi-houae* 1 .*. 4,.key* flh laid- in pan awed "&u' He

'1tIII"i.k.M&r'sueb naa1a JticthlDp*&iA1rdtlaDie.;. '.k '(Y'i tte iagberstate{ of mtod. She i.ha4 joined the other side of the'bridge.'l'IiI1imP.'' had not cgme* -!home.-*,. A* heavy-- > > ,tempejfttw w 11 fo With me Slowly dansh Feed.. _

manners. m0 d4 of sense church_.over 'which he presided, inher i Wrted themselves by sewing. fgr a.shop light was.settling down, and_it.was* ai JseoB-herfeet that had nok.beneherw
t'
'i..MA.=from the..floe_ 01 God r -r.. youth ; indeed ft-was the dWcli' Jackson Reed's nsfctewWil all light for five }
:'>-1>;. t""_c__ '1.1v .ft.Dp. i : tn Bye. iost time.the-lampwaa lit,: j years* Every move- ti
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$ v, '#"':." ;\i; :e; C life's heavy. 1 ': nearest to t oBghthouse, and that was.ithreiinflltfdfetant. Jf.aD'' Barstow, Had been 'engaged to Six o'ctofk. came and.ifcl was darker m >nt wao excruciating torture,ljut alIe.I

: '.' i:J fti : .through 1 t. '. I The mhiisW A 'caarry, the ughterAbby= ,her 'name yetLand still she eat Ihere: alone bar I pi id DO heed to.it; she seemed,.to_Lf.. '

aw: ..,efar'them'frith'stracglid', heard from one of his parishioners, who wasb t a month ago he had brought a knitting dropped In 'her ::1ap: Seven I|! it.and yet.be outside of it: .S>t I'awz'j! ",

,fc iI&Ua -S-W--.v r was a connection of hen,tfEgMr*. Reed wife home from the city "He had o'clock and her old husband had not : ect 3 as it were, the 8eparatenesBaC! her, ;
ban : '' e
'' itretch our > e aDro. an try .. had lost .
vs her faith straightway
Jk.f: -'!'t- t ernin our gon.v:- he rented a pretty little tenement over inEve co, It was quite dark,now, and a so al and: her spiritual,agony from ,'J all_
t: i' idea ao Ih.broad Ur..woud. was firedjqh holy ardor to do somethingfor and to housekeeping. Abby pain' M *'
'.iJ' Mnnii Urge enough for death. herJpMtual gone terrible night/hot and pitchy;'arid full rip. ,. ;cal. .
:" benefit. But' en'Jifetonguey t .
:J .:fF.IK -.e.rS& .Weaver bad tied up a' few' little 'notes of.mighty. .electric winds and fires and I Shewalked across; the'&or, :Went, .
confidence and
*: ., Ingenuousness and keepsakes in a neat parcel, and put thunders.. A:.CoDglomerate'came: oat into the entry, and groped her way,, ,
,...; 'It1he. Bar. LIgftt-'rfoUBa- I epuld* glean but little satisfaction from them away out of sight. Then she wenton from the ocean 'as'from a'den:of wild u*:the narrow stairs leading to.the tow-
his
interviews '
--r; I with' rheumatic. 'i' and with her, workv; She}wast a phi beasts snddenly"ah awful. tifeughtstruck ei Shejdragged- herself"'nj/the' steep.
unbelieving old
'g tenuwalP-iad/for several years, woman: trustworthy looking girl, with no show the wretched old woman at the epl.: lritbtterrible'det4ranlnaf3oai: e,'. ',
;
/ .teaiiadly neglecting a job of mending |I f No, Mr. Fend&on; she: used to about her, as different as possible from lighthouse .windo ..and swift. 'on its 1td apart beA'slide at the: top. and a' ;:

y..4i tbe case of .the Bar, Lighthousehidfe I say, shaking a thin r rheumatic hand, the one her recreant lover had marrftd. tn ck ruahe iiOtifer'still' more' wful bb of light'almost" blinded'her.] 'helarhpicaaW 'J-
ft. here boardshad'be-pith impressiveness which her hearer She with entranclng.lit- TIle 'x \1" p.; -gt _I ,
was
pretty an
Here and first;was, her husband had had a
?t''t.'. ,-.to"- spring suspiciously. beoeah. nnl, might have -copied ,advantageously in tle air of style, about everything she ( the pulpit, Vit ain't no You kin '
f 't iy footsteps;wand then the wind.had talk about 'seeln' \ irir use.the'spirit i atfworshippin' wore. Abby dad Wen her"go by a few fn m ny "Turns,"shecaDedlhem, UJeeS stairs upborne! 'on angels ;wimgsj_ !
,. befon to tear them off,and the rain to times in., a jaunty-.4 velvet jacket andkilted Jackson Reed had had'once or twice be- for all'"'she knew. Somehow,' she was' ''

f&f ,Mend-mdtilder:. 'them' downy That somethin'with the spirit; anybody' petticoat, with the fair roundface fore,but they had never interfered with bick in bet'sitting. room?oi her bees

ff isievjfcyman's business was nobody's, needs a little to catch hold on with its fringe of fluffy blonde hair hii duty. 'He had &ll down' Insensible I Iter'liueband{ found.her'there, 'a half
with the flesh when
)l'jtDd"nb"individual;: was-disposed to Inp ; i iSdrlai.it's all,spirit it'stoo smiling up aLhei" husband out of a be- and lain so"for two or three hon hour later,'when'be"Stag+red; as'tIe 'Ias
;fie with the province of that ab4tacf -j' h much fqr a bein!'to compred witching little poke.* Then she had This was, what had happened to bfm death, and drenched' oe' skin into

.:-, .muTionaire?the, United States an' the Lord knows. ain't_ ,ver gone'and looked at herself in her poor 'now. And the second thought was her the room. <

sf' floienunenC i *TO he sure,'the'keeper off' had much of anything but spirit. Iain't glass, taking in the old black alpaca,' darling. William'fiirstowwas"'out'on >KJubd Lord,Sarah,who lit the lamphis ?'*

: fhe.Ptrl'Ight' Jackson Reed, who was never had any evidence' so to' the plain'common face, with th,..-dulj that dreadful seaj"and- there was no flrstwords' were.* t! !f" :
'I aint never
4- wally "more, solicitous concerning* .speak- Bred; in my life. If had I have a,I'd prayer jest hair combed back from- her forehead., light to; guide hin to port. Sbange }t'"' The angel: ;of :the Lord,'.'. ,she.']

.,toi holding out of the sturcttire than Jfee to ,know how. You say mebbe "Xo wonder,"- said she, "an' I'm that she bad not thought Before:,* Yes, answered, solemnly'rat.siDt her. grayhead. -*
:. Wildly. '" f'ruitl.-Jy ; it' was'Tuesd'apc''Was': it Tuesday? '* *..,,-(
1f1"one glees had! ,,- an they've.been answered jest the glad it.'s so, for I don't think the Lord .
;: .niched some of the worst places'off in. : same, can blame him." Yves,the very only a different from I asked
ifter's*f -" "northeaster way port with. JohnySower. 'IIe'was outon 'bout a mile out of Bye I've come .
'i< s: off, .wuu, for Ef call it answerin' Sarah Reed bad found a double trialin jest' ;
.jlf rtbe awoke more keenly to the exol I you. prayer. to the breaking of the engagement. In that sea somewhere in a boat, which to an1 got home Seemed to me I should

c "' }:the case:, and'the hopeless give I don't one thing An'when I'd you rather ask for not another believe, the first placejjghe bad.]iked Abby.Inthe could not live in it a minute. Y'esl.tt die when I.thoogbt C ;;Tilliam,, 'The s,

: .c1Iat rheas or-hiai Ataskmaster. \\D Jf. bar was God u an'to'believe, n 'd second place, this new matrimonial was today he was;going.. He and his bridge 19', pretty;Well broke,npi but I"J -
'= tii'amounted to very little tong nes -' 1fo any arrangement bade taken the darlingof pretty little wife'were talking it over hung' on to the'sidE". An' Lord I"whenijsaw
like
a thing that. Tnat's
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jest contrary
s gleet'bad made more than_mere_ patch- to what He' said about Himself her heart from under her immediate Sunday night*. She was lamenting,half over that light! burninvI4c6uld> ha':come f

hv.necessary. py?JUie"quartpwnile( an' the bread an' the'stone, hi'the, ':New supervision. If he had married Abby in sport and half in earnest, over,tbe on a cobweb" .; Wb o came'lii ** 1ta,.. it.. .
ridge leadinglo'th'e Bar'Ligh'-h use, lonesome day she would .have and he Sarah ? "
Testament It'ftwoneito/JthinlCiHe'd Weaver,be;would hates. lived l 41 t1eyin, ,
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; .if tat hi* an absolutely unsafe condition, cheat anybody like that than to think the light-house, as he had done all his promised to bring her home, \a new.*..bonnet | "thV angel\of the Loord, t said.t;
"" _not calculated inspire aoj decree ain't i life, or in her mothers cottage. But to console her. Yes, it was Tuesday again. "Don't you ever say it'aln':{sb, t
e I
:ifi of confidence in the unaccustomed I It anywhar, according. to my i nothing could suit his pretty city lady and Jackson Reed had told Abby Jackson'; don't you ever dare to'trv'tb.
.h ',. mind.' Xo, Mr.l endleton n nnnnui
: eraser.at least.It'Wpn: : uite so bein' needs a little human evidence, .but to live in Rye. The bare idea' of Weaver about it yesterday-that was make me stop hl 111iigit.8" !; iSe .T
bid at low.tide, or on a mild still lay. once the light-house terrified her. Monday. He hid forgotten that she a'skin'tbeLord'atltiieeeyeah for something
'There:was not much'to fear'then be- hi a while to keep up their faith, an' I #Iieed.s frame { wasno1onger"so'1nterested b:Willie to show me that lie{ was'ahywhar,"b .

yaad a little fall ',and a ducking.; that .aih't never had any. 'I'll jest let you Sarah o mind had not Barstow's movement*.; And.when;hetold an'.Hel&giVe it to,&i ?t &$&{P'7
know how it's been 'a leetle. Here Iam improved since the marriage. .* *; "
; rOnte them ,
,jftjif one cleared"ones }fthose ragged, his wife ,what ,he had done the stairs- /
:Ii apertures successfully. But on. a dark, an old woman, an' me an' Jack- afteti&on, a feltweVksifter thi- scolded him for his thoughtlessness. "Fou went up them stairs,'"S rali> H I
it son's lived here on this rock for forty young couple had set up for house- Yes it and he Was. : rte ;'I went up? to l1bt 4' '
night,,wiftitbf/wj2a i howling;over was Tuesday, out J n 1
ladibe-oQesn.- ,thundering beneath, it, year. An' thar's being things I've keeping, an unexpected deficiency in on that aea, and there! was,no i&ht.lit. it.was lit.. The lord hed been tii r.'It's'
wanted different, but I ain't never had some household stores sent Jackson true about *' t ** #.
t it was the sort.of'a bridge that onlya Nothing to keep him off these terrible Him. ;
'em-things that I've cried an' groanedan' Reed to Rye, where the nearest market ,The pale man '
disembodied old wentuptb is
spirit could supposed rocks that the light had been set thereto l
.
-- prayed to the Lord for-big thingsan' were. It was the middle of the after -
to ernes with any degree of nonchalence. show. In the morning-ke'would be kneeling wife and kissed her ten d Arly. ,
littlevtbing4liut; ) I,never>ot'oTJa: noon when he went, and there waS a '
; Tbs ilDowet itself was Manly, anHduiary thrown dumb and cold where she could "Don't you believe his an hl'litt,, ?" f
dwelling house, strongly built. Ef the Lord had rive me one of the storm coming."Don't .. t almost:see him from,, her.wjndo\\4: It she asked, looking at him'ii' bona

I wtitl tower fomheaight: It stood on .little things, _it seems to me that I worry, Sarah," his last worda would be with hint as it had been.with intensity.. .. ; i* >

missive pile of rocks, with little tufts might have got a feeling that He was were, "an' I'll be back by five to light his father and grandfather. .,and mebbe "Yes, Sarah,. do,". Jeplie' a' Jack' '-it

of oosrse vegetation hi the clefts. :Jackson here. the lamp. It'll be pretty near dark with h'fs wife as it had ,been ,with 'hi son Beed. The, thought was'steadi

' 'Beed, who bad an unfortunate love "Forty year ago, when Jackson an'me enough for it then, I reckon; ef'it'keeps poor young mother. All the strong, ly 'recurring to :liis haif-o'a ed4'brain\ '

7 aad longing for a garden spot, had was jest married am* set up how e- on this way, ef it is June. baffled, but not suppressed nature of "Abby Weaver/ Abby) "Weaver fit

ado&Uy wheeled enough .earth over keepin' here, thar was an awful storm She sat at her window with her knit- the woman asserted itself with terrible the lamp; but Sarah-Sarah need nod

btm the mainland for a little patch' a one night, an' my father.:. an' brother ting after he had' gone, and watched the force know." -

; :fewyards square, and when be was not was out yonder in it. I staid on storm roll up. She had'taken a fancy "Oh my darling my darling my The next morning ,Sarahlieed; .

T engaged in a fruitless struggle with the my knees all night prayin'. The next lately to a landward window,,..the one darling I" she shrieked, in a voice looking out of 'her: window, jaw :> .

broken"?bridge he was'engaged in a mornin' their two darlin' bodies was with the poor little garden patch: underit which.was-in itself botha prayer and a little pure white.rose* on' the- .bush"' be-

-:' frtittew struggle with his garden. A washed ashore. My brother had only and the rosebush which never blos- curse "You out thar, an' all' the love neathit .1""
v ":1stteriii? 'otr man was Jackson Reed, been married a few months:-the sweet somed.t The bush ,really looked wonderfully in your mother's heart can't light ye "Yes, I meant to have told, 'you

lacking in nervous force and quickness est, lovingest little tiling she was. thrifty, considering its many home Oh, the black water_ rolling over it had budded," said. *.her. husband, >
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of'intellect;but he had never let the She began to pine. I prayed to hev drawbacks to gro,cth. Bat it was in a that beautiful face, an' thOse 'laughin' when she exclaimed, "i found'it, ,

'light jo.oot, and the. thing that jssksoteieV her spared. She died, an' left her little sheltered corner, and had all the warmth blue eyes that looked at me when you thar yesterday. Thar's another, one,

'I required of a lighthousekeeper baby." and mildness that could be bad in the was a baby, an' those black curls I've too." ,

] .is to keep the light burning for bleak place. It was three feet high or so, brushed, an' those lips I've kissed-put- It was. a lovely, clearmornin", ;Abby ,
f:: tbe sailors who steer by it ( "But you bad him for your own, did a hardy little Scotch rose, TJiere cer- tin'out that lovin'soul! 0, Lord I Lord! Weaver out of her window ;

'The wonder was that his wife Sarah you not?" interrupted Mr. Pendleton, tainly seemed no reason in nature why it Lord I I"He's William Barstow pass by on his.way.to

should have, been hl| wife. She was aPeon desperately. "He has been a comfort should not blossom, but blossom it never been a good boy," she went on the light house to tell the pld folks.of his
i God has His love
not of a different mould merely to you. displayed had. Mrs Reed never looked at it now for in a curious tone, as if the mighty ear safety. .? .'

:;' tat of a different kind ; not of a differ- and mercy" in this case in sparing him buds. She never even glanced at it today of the inexorable God she had half believed o. '_

t .est species, but of a different genus. to you. ; she only looked out uneasily at the in was become now a reality to Tit For Tat

: Nervous and alert, what her husband "Mr. Pendleton"-and the rheumatic darkening sky, and knit on her stocking.She her, and she was pouring arguments,

t.. c aeeepted in patient silence she received hand went up again"! ain't never was always knitting stockings; in unavailing though they might be, into -' .'

. ;Kith shrill remonstrance and question- asked to hev him spared to me ; ef I had fact, it was all the kind of work she it-"he's' been a good boy ; never any "One day," said a gentleman: "be- t

ing..jHer husband patched the bridge, it would hev been different. I ain't got could do, and she had never been an idle bad habits, never any little mean ac fore harvest, I met a fashionably dress-

I emitting'over its long reach on his old through yet. Thar's been lots of other woman with her brain or, her fingers. tions. There's Abby Weaver, I know ; ed person with a large. handful of ears

knees ; she railed, as she watched him, things big ones, that I I might jest as So she knit stout woolen'stockings for but look at the face of the girl he's : of wheat taken from ray fields. I saluted

at.the neglect of the government lie well not speak of, and little ones. Lookat her husbandand, William Barstow from married. 0 Lord, love is the same him respectfully, and expressed my admiration -

. .locomplainingly brushed the sand from that bridge I'll ventur' to say that morning till night. Her husband Kept behind a homely face an' a handsome of the beauty of the wheat..

'sis little ,puny struggling plants, and you shook in your shoes when you came the house tidy and did the cooking, and one. But while you keep on makiur ; 'Yes,' said he, it'is truly a fine sample,

besether thin face against the winds over it, an' wouldn't be sorry this minute he was as faithful at it as. a woman. folks that think roses is prettier than and does the farmer great credit who

:tea', cast it there, ef you was safe back. Whenever No one looking at the room in which potatoes, an' peuxjs than oysters the grew it. I acknowledged the .compliment -
: l,both, the religions element oi? Jackson goes over it my heart, is still Mrs. Reed sat would have dreamed thatit love that looks out of a pretty face I and asked him from which of \

,'w!of\ mind was strongly predominant, ; 'an' cold till becomes back, for fear he's was not the field of action of a tidy will bold the longest an' the strongest. my fields he took it. After he had '

tt Jackson,Beed,simply looked out ont: 'fell through. I've prayed to the Lord housewife. It was a plain, rather cheerless lIe wa'n't to blame. Abby was a good I pointed it out, he' assured me that he

Mture and into his.own soul, and took about that. Then-you may think thisa kind of a room. There was large girl, but you made this other one as always liked to take a good sample

.'in. as plains.\incontrovertible facts: the little thing-but thar is Jackson's figured, dull colored ingrain carpet on pretty as a picture. lie wa'n't to home, as it interested the ladies. ''Upon

I .nken bridge'the; tossing sea, his little garden. He set out a rosebush in it the floor, there was a shiny table, and blame, Lord, be wa'n't. to blame. Don't that, noticing with admiration the style 1

.:windswept, sand-strewn garden patch, fifteen year ago. Well, it ain't, died. some flag bottomed chairs, and a stiff drown him.for that It right to of his coat, I asked him to allow me to '

f al.God in' heaven.; Neither proved Tnar ain't ever been rose on it, though. hair cloth sofa. A few shells on the drown him for that. 0 Loid Lord I i look at the skirt. He readily did so,

$ ffieotheroi'nullified the other; they An' it seems to me sometimes that if mantelshelf, a lamp mat that Abbey Lord !I"She !I and I quietly took out my penknife

;hr's simply there. But Sarah' Reed, thar should be jest one rose on that bush Weaver had made, and a framed wreath sat there shrieking on in a strained and cut a large piece from the tail.

.*" v"V out on the frail, unsafe bridgewhlehconnected that I should believe that the Lord had which bad lain on William Barstow's weak voice, half in prayer, half The gentleman bounced and swore;

> them with the main- been thar. You wouldn't! think I'd father's coffin were aU the ornaments. in expostulation. The wind rose higher hut I told him I always took samplesof

mod", and the wicked, senseless sea: been silly enough to pray about that. I Take a room like that and set it on a and higher, and the sea 'thundered cloth, and found that they greatly

.which had swallowed up her fatbtr and hev. It's fifteen year.an'thar ain't never rock in the ocean, with the wind and louder and longer. -A new terror seized interested my wife. I added that he

.: : ..a.brether whom she had idolized, and been a rose thar. Xo, Mr. Pendleton, the waves howling around it, and thereis her. If her husband should recover had no more right to take my wheat

-.*:; *?poot struggling plants trying to live it ain't-r.o use. You mean well, but it not anything especially enlivening : from the bad turn which she suspectedhe than I bad to take his coat, and that I

cv\-'r111' erthe bleak winds,had seen in them la>s with God, ef lies anywhar,. to about it. bad had, and attempt to cross that wished the public to bear this truth in :

| ..':,.,totoJ evidences of neither God's love show Himself to me in a way I can get :Mrs. Reed had been rather goodlooking bridge now, he would be killed too. God I I mind." This was an expeYim e lungbt

i ; 1IJd mercy or his existence. She was bold on." in her youth ; was even rather good I knew what new rents might be in it. j, with vengeance.

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I -We hear it Ladies' The Steamer, "ASTATULA," the cash only..g January 1883 lyr 36FloridaManufacture. .
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Creek and the .
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,. 'one-half of,a leave Sanford and Enterprise for Salt ; AMAZON PAINT WORKS.manufacturers .
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cut away W J. BERNE ct CO.,
Gauged to order, ten cents extra.
net water b
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LACES, RIBBONS, &C., nesday at 4 p. m., and Salt Lake everySaturday BreakersFrom AMAZON READY-HIED PADfB
at 9 a. m. for Sanford.
x- Franklin That can't be beat anywhel' Prompt close connections made with : : 82.00 : : Up. I in all shades and ready forImmediate >t .
.::'" to be used as ., ,
: daily line steamers for Jacksonville and I Tanksand ITse. .
Some orange n i all points North.

,r-r for Owing the third to the I COME. Capt. Joe Smith, all kinds T.of JOHNSON COOPER WORK to order. Specially Wei For This Cllmat ,', .

i 3 tf Manager. and grinders ofPure
oranges actually .
I LaGrange
:
that the fruit is C. J. HECTOR, W. I. MOORE, : Florida. White Lead, *

7 as usual. LUMBER & Colors In Oil.
This is an General Commission Merchant
they are found Hardware and Will be furnished to order on short noticeat Office and Factory,

opment from AND DEALER IX 813.00 per thousand. No. 26 Ocean street,

, Many small of Groceries and LUMBER ft; SHINGLESAlways JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
t. July and in General ProduceMERCHANT t6f Send for color card and price list.
hand.
failed to take on

rain Lately and'we of I Melbourne. ; amilySupplies. C. MAGRUDER S. RYDER.& CO. CIITII".iiim

vigorous start. Florid .
November lOlh 1SSO. ft 47 Titusville : : Florida BOCKLEDGE -
,
Bruin tiovembcr10th1.II. tf 47XOTICK -
mitting so much oi $100.00 A WEEK Has just received and continues to ken pTDeWAMTEOI( OOA
We can guarantee the above amount to in stock a full and complete stock of Groceries ii SPRLs&a i
island to
' the up good active,energetic I respectfully invite all periOnsdcsirlngpositions Boots &; Shoes, Hats & Caps in -'l.e.McCvaDW II eo."I""P""'
apple fields, Agent as teachers to write to me at great variety and General
member-the Ladles 03 well as gentlemen, make a success LaGrange. also invite trustees of school of Merchandise .AGENTS Wanted S Bo&b es

killed by Harry in 11 e thebnsiness.have household It sells Very article little Itself as capital salable! required.asflour. to teachers let me for know their if schools they: ;have and also secured to every may description.want. One price Ask to for all.whateveryou Canned Jgw w 1.1'"CelClIIaIfC-_ &Mo__.....=__..... 'It N___._T__ ..

while he was n ls used every day in every family. You do state what books they may need. All Goods ot every description a specialty.LUMBER TOURO INSTITUTE.
the center not need to explain its merits. There is a rich persons to be entitled to draw for
money
barvest for all who embrace this golden (JEWISH CoLLEGIATE ESTABLISHMESIFDR
op.portwtlty. -
services teachers
tender as must hold Teacher'Certificate
It i !
part. costs
you only one cent to learn BOTH SEXES,) NEWPORT, B. I
what our business is. at time of said :
Buy a postal card and performing
not. killed, write to 113 and we will scud ron our ProslCC' ,service. Wlll be furnished to order on short noticeat Principal, Re,.Abraham P.Mendee,Minister -
Three houses tus and Cull particulars of Touro late
FREE i. I will be prepared to examine applicants i $18.00 per thosand. Dressed lumber Synagogue, Newport;
re-
preacher Spanish and con
in this for schools at time Portuguese
Andwe know at
will any LaGrange
by Mr. Lyman :you have any: idea you of. derive Our reputation more good as than a between this date and the time of makinga from 820.00 to 3>-1.00 per thousand. fration,London, En_., 20 years Principal! !

. Grace Lathan recently manufacturing not afford to deceive.company Write Is such to us that on a we po.'talanll can due tour of the county, of which I will give LUMBER & SHINGLES Northwick highest portion college,of London citv close, etc to, BflleTne Situatedon
notice.
give address Very respectfully
:your ,
plainly and receive
. always on hand. Ave.
; caught a particulars. oj A. BUADY, Supt. of Schools. I Ample grounds. Very lest sanitary

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