The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00068
 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: October 4, 1883
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00068
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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L i)1- J N.Aew .. oat by 11 -rt1iiile.....;Case to 1M. tat The game between" "the Stars and Magnolias .Cftroaa
-,- MPatsryHp It is whispered: oar rsaohsasrsesyosaesaaWAaazarctso
J1;,, ':i.", .fjt "" :. ". Md Mia fleet oo fly to right fleld,Bogersso was to have been for the championship ; Sept 12,1883.
a& tie.t That looked like
'" '{.f,4.1 1 &lle1lU, Case stole second and third, of the two ''counties, Volusia and LaGrange a graveyard ..
-: ?fi? ;Iis.Y1..8n n If"if the week. As the time far the meeting of Congress
,-;<..?i,7" .IfCJlc1irXeJl,"- *Inge andy Bogen,out by fly caught by Donald Cue Brevard,but owing'to acme slight disagreement past approaches'the organisation of the next

,- O.A.. bit oa,third.. ;Time 6 minutes.Nkholstothebat ., between the captains of the That Singleton and Mints, have established -
: --11II11II&[ Hoyt, mar'w House becomes subject of increasing interest
born thiI.1II& Wednes- ,'DImD tautNa, respective nines it-was played as a friendly a Blacksmith and Wheelwright
.. Candidates for aD the
1 -f... .8P.& of the shop near E. Brady's store. positions
: } .' ca ,and caught game.' In this respect we are -
t .. .4Jr' i lirviag /r .l.aedss from Speaker down, an stirring ,around
;''- "f q't petl' of the
. aD4lnealat on first,Lowd to the bat and out on first ; they might just as well have to Smyrna of any one place. ,
...flat!a., our For the position of clerk then art three
Bra who wishedand Time 4 minutes. had the championship as not Yet we That if those who went the land route '
f t ems Wadblltbe !candidates, all ex-meeibea-tea' Clark,
:.M t otus-Tito to the bat and don't doubt but that acted the
out they
upon had time those who went the
11,wltiir.M aMob pw see New a good wa- of Missouri, Gen. Atkiua, of Tenaeu.ee,
"tl I on first, OuTer to the bat and made fizst of when they decided fora
!t pretc. .At about 10 o'clock the I principles right ter route had a gooder. and Mr. Martin of De1ft re. The ace

'f" a..aiisiestioMediesd we. drifted away Bay to the bat, Garvey stole second and friendly, game. That the Belle of Cedar Keys had a is regarded as between Click and Atkins,
: then third and scored Bay made second After the of base ball until the
ti,. R .ems dock with a light. breeze. .We, .. game broom attached to her foremast significant both of whom have strong friends to back
! .t .17': oa fair baD, Pickard to the bat and out announcement of Dinner the time was
?;f.fi':,.jyho'all night and d )-break found asrl of the fact that the Magnolias had them among members with whom they !t
on fly caught: Dawsbni; Skinner to the the members of the
busily occupied by
the Haulover
jM&gear way through I swept everything before them. have served. Sergeant-at-Arms there
" bit and out by fly caugbbr Vickers. two clubs and others discussing the fea- s
fiv ... s sit 'j.Jd, tide, the waters of the That the Magnolias' suits looked real are also three candidates now la the field
' ,;.... of..igoonroshing in quite i air. Bay. left on ee ond.' Time 8 minutes.- tures and ,brilliant 'plays of the game, handsome on the field. -CoL. Thompson and, atCongressBan .

':;r.' _through the narrow purge Into In- FOURTH ESTNGTG. Every one was of the,opinion that W. B. Leedom, of Ohio, aDd,(rem. Grit;ofl Connecticut
That the tender their sincere
SiABa-Potter Magnolias
to both
' the bat and made Fitts and Samuel Bay distinguished
:.t W..)fiver. Sailing up the Lagoon witJi.r1)6t a Maw &! Thompson and Lee
r second__ on fair ball; Vickers to the bat themselves by their brilliant playing be- thanks to Miss L. D. Joyner of Titusville
the Atlantic I
itnl.aw,1OOI passed dom each claim to have the Ohio demo
.; k and made first on fair ball to short stop, hind the bat, and Sir Charles' deliverywas for a presentation of new base ball caps
t :...'d 'Oak HID, situated on a high cratic delegation at his back. GeL Coit
Donald to bat and out for force and to the club.
f'.1 ; by fly caught by superb, gracefulness,
__ fpm mg* beautiful view has the backing of all the New Englanddemocrats
pitcher and Vickers out on first in tryingto erraticness. It appeared that many old That Charley Case missed the first fly ,
f cfAl river.. Our party reached Newt and some from New 'York
'.. steal second, Dawson. out on first, Potter friends from all parts of the country had on the grounds at Smyrna he was ever
BBJTM at about 12 o'clock that day,just New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He was
left on second. Time 7 minutes. met each other at the Ocean House that known to miss.
: ii tee'dinner. We were most cor- a Union soldier, and has been a lifelong
MAoaortAS-Egger to the bat and day judging from the many friendly That Joe Rogers didn't touch a ball
; fish received by Mr. F. W. Same, the democrat. ,For Doorkeeper there are but -
F took first on called balls, Brady to the chit-chats that were participated in. during the game.
jfMi'proprietor of the.Ooesn House, two candidates-.Gen. Field the last incumbent
bat, Egger made second and third,Bradyout Among the number present we might
tj: aiddlv having done ample justice to a That Sam Ray didn't see his base under democratic rule yM OoL
on strikes Case to the bat mention Alden Mr. H. S. Adams,
Egger Maj. during the nine innings.
t1--I' 7&dinner, our boys wished first to James Wintersmith of Tem The nee
scored Case to first fair ball Editor Mann of the Journal '
on Daytona
Rogers ,
';; fj ere tie base ball grounds The sloop Elks That Henry Egger let a ball pass right between them is thought to be>> ejose.
to bat, Case made second, Rogers made Editor Dawson, of the Enterprise Herald,
_ irfved at about 4 o'clock that evening square between his feet on first Texas and Kentucky will put Winter-
first on fly, Titus to the bat, Case out on Captain Fulford, steamer Greenwich and
'Iri&fby.the remainder of the Magnoliassidfsiteaparty That Howell Titus put on the best appearance smith forward, while Georgia backs Field.
third, Titus made first, Rogers made second others. After dinner, quite a number *
'' folks from For Postmaster there four candidates.
of'young in his uniform of man in are
Garvey to the bat and out by catcher started for their homes but most of them any
tljOtuf. A few minu&.el1atU.the the two nines. The Indiana delegation will present .Mr.
Bogers left on second. Time 11 minutes remained to participate in the Dance
l'l spree .Gnenwich'ed up to her nRH' 1N3JI3G. that evening. After 7 o'clock the spacious That C. Garvey made two out of the L. Dalton, at pre superintendent ofthe8enate'fol

'; with quite a number of The Virginia
'' dock passengers STABS-King to bat and out on first, Dining room was quickly divested of. its four runs made. .
: the String .Band: from Jack- democrats will nominate Mr. Fisher
.iadsdfag assistant
' J. Fitts to bat and out on first, Nichols tables and,in a few minutes the maddening I That Ed Brady played second base,
: BviQe engaged expressly for the occaIsWfcj Postmaster for..a e
to bat and out on fly caught by Brady. strains of music drew the merry dancersto first-class but couldn't get to first base.
Messrs. Faulkner and Sams, she ic House. North Carolina will present
Time 6 minutes. their and the Grand March
elysium That Will Skinner was so short the '
: sko kad a, heavy freight on board fort Mr. Armneld a son of the member of
; : HAollor.us-Bay to bat, out on fly was introduced with forty couples march- Stars knocked all their balls over his
that and Mr. 'Wedderbum
>at see On., .Our first view of New I name, George
r* caught by Donald, Pickard to bat, made ing around the large room keeping pleasing head. .
has friends the members
8Bjna created favorable impressions who intend
1 1M among
& first on fair ball, Skinner to bat, Pickard time to the splendid music. The hop
aid teiag bur short stay,we found that That Charley Pickard muffed a fly,andcan't to push him.
a : i if made second and out on third,/Skinner was given in honor of the Base Ball match
; ;jti petty plstCT and, genial inhabitants : explain to anybody,how on earth The testimony taken by the Blair subcommittee -
f made first bat and indeed occasion
Egger to Skinner made was a most delightful
f '
iid he did it in New York will
edaed made lasting impressions onOIfFYot'J. City, not be
second and The ladies looked
third and Egger made second to all those present. "
,It has'two general mer- That LaGrange is of one accord in say'lug of much value in guiding legislation upon
on error, Brady to bat, took first on called charming and those present we '
'dMKtise stores post-office,school, churchsirfanisiclawhotel they had the best time they ever had the subject of labor.' ..Many of the
balls,Case to bat and out on foul caught might mention, the Misses Lowd, the
which can be re- in their lives at the Ocean House. witnesses have shown that; they are tier ...
by catcher, Brady left on first, Egger on Misses Bryan, Mrs McLean, Miss Whit-
''eoiuseaded theorists with ides
for neatness and the excel- O.C. utterly Impracticable'
second and Skinner on third. Time 15 tam Miss Eczer., Miss Murray,. Miss Fox .
in this Officers and, \' ,
lmal fts cuisine. The Stars, of country. SMBte'of .
minutes. Miss Bosser, Mrs Faulkner, Miss Singleton FOOT,DRUM, FLA. Aug. 27, 1883. .. t
rise ,1 ved".that''eienin g at about 7 large corporations, like President Green
{ SIXTH nrroro. Miss Roberts Miss Hodges Miss Joy- Florida Please'allow
}) Editor 1M Star:-
ddoeti'seining overland, by. wagon. STABS W. Fitts to bat, out on fly ner, Mrs Mitchell, Mrs Gray, Miss Dar me space in your valuable paper to ex- Commissioner Western Fink Union Telegraph O .and

,DUiIW the evening the String Band enterttiaed caught by catcher Lori to bat made of the railway freight
.' field, Miss Hawley, Xi.Jones, Miss Meir press my sentiments with regard to a have
k..: .. ,die guests, with choice selectionscTwsioawlsinging. first on fly to left field, Potter to bat, and Miss PacettL communication I wrote for the Indian pool, just so much theyfelt

f". ,... '.. .- The cornetist. de- made first on fly to left field, Lowd made Many varied and beautiful costumeswere River Newt, a newspaper published at sure would not injure the.intensfe .they
mentionfor his excellent represent requires 'investigationto
l 'settee'snecial second, Vickers to bat, and out on first, noted, but space will not permit ofa Bockledge Fla,dated the 16th of July
' &g&having a fine clear tenor voice prove that,monopolies .and. f"-*Vhii-
Lori out on second. Time 9 minutes.
# description of them. Refreshments 1883. I have learned from good authority -
tions of .
wUch showed a rare musical gift. MAGXOLIA& Rogers to bat, out on fly !were served between 11 and 1 o'clock after that the present superintendent of corporate interests grind the,people
Jtte Homing of Friday the 2 th, the to the extent of their power. ,If thereis
caught by catcher,Titus to bat and out which dancing was resumed and con- schools for Brevard county (to wit) Mr.

ay mould for,the game of base bail be- on fly caught by short atop, Garvey to .,tinued until morning. In conclusion we J. H. Same, seems to think I cast reflections to be>>the any legislation Intended to Improve -

tiei the Stars and Magnolias, dawned bat and made first, Bay to bat, made first return our profound thanks to Mr. and on him as superintendent of public relations between capital and

witk.tkbdghhtaet* prospects for. a splendid on fly to right field, Garvey made second, Mrs. F. W. Sams, of the Ocean House schools, I here wish to say that I did not labor it will have to be based upon the ..

-A-,.. The grounds had been already Pickard to bat, Bay went to second and for the pleasant reception and entertain- intend to cast any reflections whatever on intelligent judgment of Congress. Expert

, r gasped for playing and were in excel- Garvey to third on balk, Pickard out on ment which characterized our stay at Mr. Sams, though I am glad to hear he testimony on the subject costs money.

i.Y' last. trim. The people began to congre- first, Bay left on second, Garvey third. Smyrna ever wishing to be present at has taken exceptions to the communication and is of little if any practical use. The
"1 pee. hour Postmaster General has issued orders to
at nine o'clock and at half an
Time 6 minutes.
such delightful occasions as the one of I now feel like I had done some goodat
. later the grand stand which postmaster N Orleans directing
.j or pavilion,
but Friday. least I intended the communicationfor
i:t 'lad;.been created for the ladies, was STABS-Donald to bat, out on first, *!... all whom it may concern, and I wantit him to "deliver to the New Orleans Na- 1

crowded, At 9:45 the band commenced Dawson to bat made first on fly, lung to Editor Star: particularly understood that I make no tional Bank no registered letters and redeem -

4f ;laying.! ;which. _so electrified the players bat, Dawson made second! King made In your issue of the 27th, xxxxx apologies for what I said in the above no money orders payable to it," for !ti .

-fcat they:were anxious to commence the first, J. Fitts to bat made first on fly to spreads himself with 3 facts to be remem- named communication; I wrote merely the reason that the Department trustworthy .

.poe,which was called by the umpire at left field, Dawson out in stealing third, bered, cancelled by 3 others of equal importance from personal observation. I have taught information that that bank has
Nichols bat and made first made been and still is receiving: through. '
to King and to take a mathematicalview thee
I school in Florida and Georgia, and have '
STABS. ) GNOLUS.- third, W.Fitts to bat, King scored, Fitts of the whole makes 6 grand fads also been a trustee of an academy wherewe New Orleans post office registered letters-Ii ( ,

t: ) ta W.'B., c. Rogers, r. f. made first Nichols made second and J. and our deduction or product following had three teachers and ninety students and money orders for the benefit of M.A.

:;;Iadi. L f. Titus, Co f. Fitts third, Lowd caught out by catcher. our mathematics proves the writer to be there were nine trustees for the Dauphin,of the" Louisiana Lottery com

,'.Potter'p.. Garvey 3 b. Three left on bases. Time 7 minutes. so self-conceited in himself or his friend, school, and that body of trustees acted as pany. This, the Post

Tickers 3b. c. MAGNOLIAS-Skinner to bat, out on. that he is not states "is a defiant scheme on the part of y
:;.., Ray the ex-tax assessor willingto a court for the school and teachers and to '
M. A.
:.> autld 2b. Pickard L f. fly caught by Donald, Egger to bat, took admit that property will increase in a see that the rules of the school were en- Dauphin and the New Orleans

...:.. hsnon. s. s.* Skinner s. Sot first on called balls, Brady to bat, Eggerout thriving county like ours. forced and that the school law was carried National Bank to evade the order"which

., r. f. Egger 1 b in stealing second, Brady out by Also that he knows but very little out to the letter by the teacher, and I has been General"Mr. addressed to you by the Postmaster -

FItt1J. lb. Brady 2 b catcher. Time 5 minutes. about the increase of real estate. In the
school the
that we had a good reason
say James G. Hill .
,Nichols: c. f. Case p. EIGHTH n. IYo. county two years ago we bad only 137,811 bad live to Supervising ArehI'iI
''' was we good energetic men tact of the
STABS Potter to bat out onfly caughtby while the Tax Book Treasury to-day tendered his
TOSS ISSTSQ. acres of land, now work for the schools benefit, and this is

;8rusW. Fitts to bat and out on first; Garvey, Vickers to bat, out on fly shows 255,166 acres making a net gain of what we want here in Brevard, we want resignation to Secretary Folger. Secretary

:kcal to bat and out by catcher, Potter caught by Case, Donald to bat and out 117,855 acres. Should not this with the men who will work for the benefit of the will Folger accepted the resignation, and it I
.to1 feat and Vickers; to bat, Potter made on fly caught by Garvey. Time 5 min- increased value of land and personal people and their children. The superintendent Mr. Hill's successor upon, until the appointment which time he of, ',I

id Vickers out first and Potter utes. property advance our total valuation and should be
a thorough going man, will remain in of ,
left MAGXOUAS-Case to bat, out by foul the Assessor from all such charge office. Mr.
60 third yet keep secure
; Time 5 minutes and not stay at home all the time, but Hill intends
by catcher, Rogers to bat and showers of mud : is ? accordance with a resolution ,
.s-oi.us-Rogers to first on passed caught as YXTTX throwing visit the schools in the county, and en-

: Ate*to bat,Bogers made second, made first, Titus to bat, out on first, Gar- Now xxxxx when you asserted in quire after their welfare, and see that formed by him some weeks ago' ,'to "; 1

\,Wes tkitd and 1 out by catcher,Titus made vey to bat, made first on fly, Rogers put your article that the Assessor consideredan each school is well supplied with books pursue in this his profession, that of an archi
after he
city He is .
,J \, P:to.bat, Titus made'second, out on run to third, Garvey left on first orange tree bearing 100 oranges equally of the established series of the State, in regarded excellent

)hut__ id 1 and'then scored, Garvey took Time 4 minutes. valuable with one bearing 1,000 he asserted order to have a uniform system of educa- With the as an return of cooler architect.weather and .

,b r--OR called bails, Bay to".bat, Garvey' SIXTH ISXIXG. that which was either ignorantlyfalse tion throughout the State at least, and in the revival of trade of the art interests of i-

*neond on ball out on fly STABS Dawson to bat, out on foul or intentionally so. I this the and
t passed Bay order to do superintendent the city begin to show of life. The
; ,;1pt by Donald, Pickard to the bat, caught by catcher, King to bat, out on While I recognize the right of every trustees and patrons must work togetherand artists themselves signs

I Qttvcj nude third and scored, Pickard first, J. Fitta to bat, made first on fly, man to criticize an official I think he not be contrary.in the schools, theseare will not return in any
number for month for these
Nichols to bat, made first on fly to leftfield should confine himself to the truth. a to come,
\ i on fly to left field, Skinner to my reasons for saying that I am in clear
Fitts made second, W. Fitts to bat, W. B. SAlIDDs..La early autumn days are their chief J
) ..a lout first Pickard left on of education somebody
favor ,
on compulsory '
'' Nichols made second and J. delight of the ;year, and they linger on in _i
:$'xsieasd.. Time 17 minutes. little In'schools and
will be a contrary "
When feel life is burden and the to their
Lowd to bat made first you a country transferring canvass
Fitta made third ,
.'"" noun nranra. nothing you try seems to ease your dyspepsia stop their children because he b not put the wonderful effects which the great ar, ,
; Snit.DomaId to bat and made first Flits and Nichols scored, to bat, find relief in Brown's. Iron in the Webster spelling book and kept at this .time paints on the

: '.! 1awl! < ?Dawson to,bat, Donald made W.FiUlmade third and Lowd second,Pot- Bitters., a sure there until the pupil'gets the place where larger"surface of "Field, and l ll.and ',: 3 h

';! Dawson out on fly caught by ter out on fly caught by Garvey. Time he studies so black it is no trouble for Smr. .L' AUGUST. ''. I

s. ,-1J. : King to bat and caught out by 12 minutes There the various are now bridges ten pile and drivers trestles at workon on him every morning when be gets his Why reyou ill! Why do you suffer? r

; :, -' \J.Fitts to bat, out on first, Don4e1dlsltanaeonnd. As the game now stood 4 to Sin favor of the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West book to find his lessonl We pay compulsory Everybody knows all aches and pains, all

': Time 5 minutes. the Magnolias they did not play their road between Jacksonville and Palatka, tax to educate our children. languor and'debility. are cured by Brown's j

':.t x! .f.'FQerto the bat and out Inning. Time of game 3 hours and 12 on the St Johns. l' OLD Jot. Iron Bitters. "


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om bi, j4es, an. .._ .\.t +te-hued-. ,
If you would,create something, you removing finger-marks from and re- powder ..
1 for youthful costumes, especially for showed an bnnienai-"" '
storinf-Juster to highly-polished .but
liliut fluaia TtiirrTnummitTTTirpnlike .mnrtbaeoesetblog-Gd : diatoms-and'8UfC1011l
iced furniture. Wash off the w
figure, and.xar.;made fin con;' :Happiness j is ,where it .is foumd, and. ma.4et> with rClAt or-better-a to the origin l l c)
junction with the r China crape-notcrepTBe"ch seldom where It is-sought finger-marks a ..Th e. existence. .
chamoiaskin.WeGwithtoldwater;;"thenrub -
: ne"wEich is manufactured A stnighf line'is:the""shortest'In" such organisms "unoe
;}; in-Paris. wide-annure flounce morals as 'in mathematics: Ifaria .t the surface ,with sweet; oil 'mixed of'an inch in* thi ,".

< I i scalloped on each edge is all that is visible EdgetL'OrtA." with half its quantity turpentine ; A surprising r yet.y..... ...
liberal this mixture 'will
i on the skirt. The overdress ofCanton rubbing
the that same trlttat
Flowers are sweetest things effective. organismsrw
I "crape is a Watteau pelisse :with God ever made and forgot to put; a'soul prove a depth of'abontaundecayede ..fti'-

I :Barcelona lace, and jet trimming. The into.-Beecher. MAHOGANY, walnut, and some other bricks*All*.a.' _

bonnet is of jet and lace, with a whiteaigrelte woods may be polished by the use of the bricks LlI;showed the'i =
; : V The rays of ,happiness, like ,those o flight mixture 'Dissolve heat _ta.
; the parasol is black, with following : by These facts"aeem. roc
; white lining, and the Suede gloves. are are' colorless when unbroken. so much beeswax spirits of turpentine) bearings CD'.th8'. -.,..

elm-or slate blue. Lonqfellov:.. that the mixture, when cold,shall be'of ings :methods of .

A becoming wrapper is of blue Eoli- He who loves.to read,and knows how about 'I the thickness of' honey. This etc.. ynad Wft7"tals uJ:)- ..

ease and pink surah merveilleux. ,Thefronts to reflect, has laid by perpetual feast may be applied to furniture or to"work '-, Jijr..A...4'

: close in the neck and open over a for his old age. running in the lathe, by means 'I of 'apiece FlorlCWtur'r !

; pink surah plastron apron, which is A man too busy to take care of his of clean cloth, and as muchas .. I' -io

;: puffed and shirred. There are no goresto health is like a mechanic too busy to possible should be rubbed off by The green coverl>Sg 6r. '
; this garment. The back consists of take care of his tools. using a clean flannel or other cloth. which accumulate dn'" '';:
I: small aide pieces and two very narrow "One soweth, and another reapeth," Tins NTrauER'of 'species of silk-pro ways Injurious to the fclant! ,

; pieces down the centre, making a is a verity that applies to evil as well asgood. ducing insects is very large, probablymore pot makes rnlo a healthpli"ilflTiftr'a f/l/ jI....!

princess back, and so cut as to leavesufficient .-George Ehat. than two hundred, very few of .. 'This'ge.Wj

fullness for a large puffing on Act and speak to your servants as which are of any practical value to man an alga' a plant ,cltreelp 1 h tt..

the upper part of the skirt. The garb kind: on the contrary, that portion of sea weed. It acts'much'lo"t -i
you would wish others to do if you werea '
ered pocket under the left hip is way as glazing woold.8ci"Sa. '
surrounded servant.-Dionysivs the Carthusian. the caterpillar family which unite theirsilken '
by lace. Long narrow ribbonloops the pores of the' pot''and't
1 tissues to form tenhave .
: a family
I I fall from under the puffings in I do not call a healthy young man, ci cUIa.tio of airvbe I shoulsf he_
the cheerful in his mind and vigorous in his not only defied the" ingenuity oman f 1 off as often as ft <
back. They are finished at the 'to their V ap .
unravel handiwork, but
waist with arms-I cannot call: such a man-poor. and water/' *&>&!****.
a plaited ruffle surmounted
2 : have made his industry contribute'to ,V'
by a small drapery. In the neck is a True friends visit us in prosperity their In setting plants' magZr 1h e
support by foraging :fruit-
: full ruching. only when invited, but in adversity upon mellow' 'iIcli"with manutti* f&1c w
bearing and trees.. The 1.
The Suede gloves are worn in very they come without invitation.-Theo-: .sitlerable spat' totind;itrerettold.
; spider family, notwithstanding :'many
; light colors. Silk gloves come in all phrostus. attempts to reel'their beautiful threads, areplacedso1to' ; ": heymay !f\
lengths buttoned and loose- Children travelers reach out. The'rooltl';
wristed. are newly arrived still
monopolize for
; purposes : '
Puffed wrists, with lace inserting, are in a strange country ; we should therefore of locomotion and snares for 'un ample room;'' do "naissd: ,j t...

,and much liked from their novelty.'Silk make conscience not to mislead lucky insects. When 'the'earth :istw', .'af

and linen wears better than all them.-Lock .around the plant:place gout i scree.

silk in gloves, but is-complained of as Great trees, as fig-tiees'make shade PLAIN 'COURT PLASTER that,will not fully on:each side of iti: si i4 t1It

not keeping. e color:;so well; 'still we for others,''and stand themselves in the stick,and remains flexible :. Soak, isinglass earth down solidly. TiiiS'_frf_

think the fingers'peep through the fin glowing I heat of'the! sun.- ''They bear fQUr .in a little warm water for,twenty-, increase_ the chance of'1tiEi_.__.. ..

: gpr-ends of even these before there is fruits for othei;,.J n' t'for themselves. the hours, then evaporate DiSsolve neatly the al!' prevents the soil tram dryiqi'dovstll,
water by gentle heat. the 'J'1A, a sau4V
change in color. Silk' gauntle, '' '; roots, .
gloves are among the novelties for riding These :fruih-speaking i "women are residue in,a littleproof.'spirits.of Wine: Begonias; .t'
in ai Bummer'I9bO fim: t
friends solitude/
e'fathers in matters and strain the. through a piece of '
i 'and driving It is I longer ; whole 'cool'shadedituatton.'Theh'eat'vice .
: : : no the pb
,of duty, theyar'emothex's: to.those estraineiimassshoulto
ashion to match gloves with the costume : who open '.. 0.. have aver seen adopted iisjiiialTatticehouse'made
are in'dist ess., they are a repose be'a stiff jelly when cool. Stitch a
t neither are black gloves worn in traveler entirely'patof Iitti
the in, the,wildgrneas. piece, of silk or ,sarcenet ,on a wooden '
full dress as formerly. Girls wear silk .. placed half an inch apgrtsaideeasde .
; ; mitts in color usually like"the trimming The law of the harvest' ,is, to reap framewith, tacks,or thread., ,Melt' t6 alike' ; benches were: .' ,&rraDg. ....,d. .stilt

:: the hat;. they wear undress kids for more than you sow. ,Sow:an act 'and jelly. and 'apply it' to\ itie. silk thinly. .and side, the same as 3 in ari'i ."

; icI ool,'Half-gloves and mitts are found you reap. a habit;' sow a i habit;and'JOU 'evenly ;with'a'badger hair brush ,A house ;', upon these 'the':p"fiD tt fat #

fn kid this season, but the silk is given reap a character. ; s w'a character, and. second.coating, ,must, be applied, _, when'_ placed. ,'and all therntistlces6D., ) >ha
pouap: a destiny.George J). Board- the first has dried. When both '
preference. "; .' ,are dry, sphagnum. There' the'plaixtV tEdieiOr
: I Greek ;is' man. apply over. the whole, surface, ,two, ,
: embroidery, quite mod em : ,most luxuriantlyj'we'hav Mve Sn
work, and is much used tor small' mats ,Like blind spinner in'the ran > three.. coatings=of' balsam .of, Peru- Thplaster ,is .I,green ? -plants inter sunrinerllooitla6er
i't" '
articles.r $screens 'and 'other decorative I know I tread that my.,all days.tae threads'will. run ,breaks.remains quite pliable...and. rev if as welL dot only ***.&fe ath ,
It is a description
: congenial'homelofthe'begon atd
Appointed ways. ;
,consists in arranging upon a flat .I know each day; will bring ita talk; LINSEED MEAL. It baa been recently I kinds of ferns;coleus andmirDyothr

; pieces of colored cloth or And, being blind. no more I ask observed, by"a French scientistthat i''plants grown 'exoressly'foF'elKUMtkapurposes '

: ; in arabesque designs and, attachingthese HCUEX HUKT.,in Demo rest. linseed meal from, which the oil | were'her "be'seen"in.'
. : ......,....taM
; -
: to the:;material with chain, herringbone has been eliminated hi.such'a' way asnot best possible condition. : .r IIa

i ,:and other'embroidery stitch I to effect the other principles present work of an amateur;and bestir.

; I I and these stitches are also repeated From. Demorest.., retains all the therapeutic properties of plants were paced tieeided hc>ae i ,iit.tJ.>>

; ; ; upon the 'plain foundation. A very I the ordinary meal. With equal weight, professional florist,,the latter'WIMOOBK

handsome result is obtained by drawing About Water., it contains more mucilage; starch,al plete1y used :up. to *'.*
out tbe A curious fact about ,water is that buminoid "
deeign upon dark rrkep-red substances; etc To prepsn'apoultice Care should 1 be 'taken'to" "'

{ doth and cutting the smaller shapes of it is,the rust of the metal known as of, suitable unctuousness and plants'in pots'are:given! good:'"

+ the pattern in a dark shade of blue, and hydrogeni um. Wben oxygen combines consistency, twenty-five per cent-less This is b' t's.ec.ijfedby'putting'. i lard

i the larger ones in paler blue. Laidupon' with. iron it forms' a reddish;rust.and of the oilless meal is required, than cf broken Jbricks'b'r pieces 1)f -:pots
: ; the the metalbecomesin time di! the orpkea
Turkey-red foundation they ntegrated. ordinary meal. The poultices pre-' in the bottom of;the Sowed-potty> Thai

i j : must be' attached. to 'the!material by In this condition it is said to be oxidized,, pared with the oilless meal are less pieces'should be as Iarge'aa a*taiel-nat

laying a silk cord rim on the edge of Now, water is simplj oxidized hydro-, heavy'' and remain longer warm than I
or Over tbese'piecea
: : : even larger. ( :! Dedrie'j
I and catching it-down with red genium. This metal_ is present.in the the others. Tbe prepared meal, more- moss, sphagnum'r&pe should to

: as in couching. Stars and various sun, and all; the planets ,in enormous over, does not become, rancid. After '
ul dnedgrtss
) placed, or even a handf of ,
decorative quantities. Indeed it is said that the *
designs can be worked in I many experiments in eliminating the ,
of the pattern in tete de human body is Qoaposed of 5i pails of I oil, sulphide of carbon has been found nothing better. ,can be. had.. ..'TWiwm )
prevent the earth from among
, \ boeuf stitch or in raised embroidery. water, mingled with some. lime iron : the most suitable agent. falling'
. the fragments and will isur complete
: i and certain salts. Chemistry has revealed To TRANSFER PRINTS '
TO STEEL OR drainage. It is suppos d/;1.of ""course,
Peanut Flour.
ai to
: < ? us many marvels, but. none i GLASS.-To transfer prints to polished
:: that the regular' flower-pots ,81'8-used
r greater than the
composition of steel
; com- or to
glass, make a varnish as fol-
with a hole at the bottom !oiiheeaeapt
: ; i ,.No doubt ere long ,"peanut flour" mon water. lows-Gum Sandarac four
; ,
: parts ; of the water. If a box or other vessel
be an important product of the mastic, one part ; Venice turpentine, be used the
Ho for the North a should be made
Virginia is eet down this Pole. one ounce alcohol
't year ; ,fifteen parts, or any I bottom. Persons who'have never
, I 2,100,000 bushels 'Tennessee for Lieut. Greeley, who, with his party smaller.quantity in proportion. Digest the 'With
. 250,000 and North Carolina at 135,000 proposed to work their. ,way fromSmith's in a bottle, with 'frequent ''shaking. method will be surprised
the in"their
it will' make
these being the, chief States Sound' to the North Pole, has Moisten the print slightly the
in their not been heard of for two back upon plants. The earth in the pots should
f engaged oultivation, and those years. An by laying a wet cloth it then
upon ; be Dot
: kept moist but not wet ,
expedition soggy
- which it Was first introduced from I to his relief last van ah the steel plate or glass'with '

I In Virginia they are called I year, but it failed to rich him. Two thin, even coat ; lay the print with the a cold.Much to

.cpt?anuts," in North Carolina "ground- I vessels, the Proteus aDd the Yantic, are face next to the varnish, care should'be exerc :iid1

: : ," in.Tennessee "goobers" and m now on their, way to relieve Lieut one side, so as not to enclose commencing, air-bub on watering house plants. Most bbusewitef' sade

Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi Greeley and his party. Even if. be bles, pressing it down close with th I follow the practice of soaking the
cannot be reached once a day or less, and then letting it
"pinders. ,
Virginians are beginning can be fingers if the print is small I
a : This
turn the left at a place be can fall back roller dry out until it becomes hare
, peanut into flour, and say upon if if the print is large. Be
: careful
! makes a peculiarly palatable"bis he should wish to do so. He is so well that alj parts of the print are in : stiff, bard and unyielding char-deterof, '
." cared for in the of the soil in'pots is not usually conduciveto
In Georgia tbere is a custom, way supplies that he with the varnish. Lay aside

, I growing old, of grinding or po und- can live several years without, hearing After it is dry, wet the back with to dry. the growth of plants. The. earth
I from home. should be kept loose by a liberal addition
the shelled peanuts and turning Though beaten thus far, and cautiously rub off the
into pastry, which has some re the human race will never give up the fingers ; rub lightly towards the last the of vegetable mold, such as can. be obtained

( both in looks and taste to effort to solve the problem of the Pole. with plenty of water, and the under the leaves in an old incest
surface :
made of cocoanut, but the peanut I Sooner or later we will know all about of tbe varnish will come or in many neglected fence rows:: Fax

' is more oily and richer, and, we the planet we inhabit. with the ink of the print up rmooth' 'most plants third or a half of the soil
, solidly em may be mold which must be'well m&dwith'
, : i i healthier and better every way. .. bedded. Then a thin coat of mastic ,
. aa some people believe, Africa sent varnish will give it a finish. the heavier earth. Then gh'egood

r. curse to America in slavery, she cer A METHOD of utilizing the waste of IMPERFECTLY BAKED'BRICKS._ drainage by' employing unglazed: pots

a .conferred upon her a blessing in gold-leaf used in printing and the arts is often observed that bricks imperfectly It with; holes in the bottom, and by:placing I

universally popular peanut, whichows is by converting it into what is called baked become friable at the a handful of broken bricks or crocierj Iin

;: I so well throughout the Southern fleece gold. The composition is usedlike : and in time are reduced to surface, 'the bottom, and over it lay sphagnum'
: that we .shall soon be able to the' ordinary bronze, except that J .This phenomenon has been powder. or other*moss'or peat. ''Dqrnot waterheavily.

. offs the now large importation al- rather more copal is mixed with it. It 1 the action of moisture attributed to The- should"'not' be cold
; 1. is used for all fancy papers for whichgoldleaf I.heat and cold, etc. but of and .soggy. Apply. water frequently.
; ; recent '
obser '
I. .I and.bronze have hitherto been- various but'avoid soaking. The leaves' of t.M
make it I
! :A: colored probable1 that
woman when
reproved 'these '
used. plant should also be frequently sprayeoV?
r 1 ld e expression of merely favor the action of the .
grief, said real '
: --- cause especially if On rapid
f; : w look '' -viz., the development evaporation, goes. ,
bonny, when de goodIt is said the Vanderbitts will make "microscopic '
'organisms. ;
.V M. Parize e17.s .
F scads ne tribulations> dont observed ; : '
.you Bedford'Springs the' -
:Saratoga of I
': pose he'pecta us to tribnlale ?" sylvania. ". Peli.n-I_! ::partition swellings on he pierced the'pIWr cOat'of a brick Queen ''Victoria continues to visit-
; one of I''
these; and 'and decorate the'grave'of John Brown-

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:,; ;;:rmDAY, OClOBEE 4, 1883 :

, ; I opportunity thus o&red them;and it easier .',: '!' h ,..ff"J C .

, ,.1 1.p B Li91IEDEVERY' THUJWAY,. .to enumerate.tbo that have than those '.' .;. .of' 'f' ... ,- .
'fiJtlf t .. Fast Hack lone
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.!,1t.$ .- ',' "'."' .-:. Florida.1ngEditor'c I that have not. Kentucky is here, of ., .. MERCHANTS' LINE,
f""" (" oourae, with her grains and tobacco, ',coal '
.i\id. J< Elegant
' ;r.'t .: PabUlher.f. andiron, flowers,, fruits and minerals. b., .,., : I -t- -- ->

:< /.. ."....: ',i.50'p'. la advance. Then comes her neighbor, Tennessee, also ,, The Cheapest and Most Direct Carrying tbe U. S. Malls.

!pif.If-.TenDS i.i 'i1sone1nch1D8Pa.ce,!__ ;,18 squares with coal and iron, 'grain and, cotton, ,,.. ONE OF TIIE. STEAMERS OF THIS. USE
; ROUTE will leave Jacksonville ,trom
fruits daily Wham foot
! nT a column.. woods and marbles.' Trans-Iiss 5- ", ; I :of Laura street at::30 p.m.,and 5.F. and W.

'I"?, _AdTerttsementa tiilnotreeeneattentton.. unaccompanied. by- the sippi-Arkansas is here with her vast products To TltusTUle and Indian River. lull way wharf at 3 W p.m.,for +

I ; N:..Jot advertising rates enquire of the Editor of fruits, in the raw and preserved CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL. Palatka, Astor, Sanford,"-En ,
' "# three cent NowIs
. enclosing stamp.
i-' always state,grains and grasses, woods and tim terpriseAnd

:.$ .t TmS PAPER may be found on file :atSotted ber products, minerals-a ,long list that -4-
all intermediate south of
' ;P/Bowell & C6Ta Newspaper Adver- perhaps no other State could equal. She THREE trips weekly between the ST. landings
&thing Bureau (10 Spruce: Street) where JOHNS and INDIAN RIVEKS. Falatka.
, challenges the whole of the States. But
.. contracts may be made for it
'".It -adrertiang. Alabama We have coal and Leaves Enterprise EVERY Monday Wednesday Sunday Boat will leave at 1 p.m. _
'! m]IIk'V YOl3B gays no Will make close connections with all Bail
' iron, minerals and marbles, we' are superior the time to and Friday Morning arriving at Lines for
THE newspaper in woods and timber, your more than Titusvilie the SAME day. Point! in the Interior.And .
Brevard county.
;I.. far. equal in cotton and grain. with steamers at Sanford for *
f' eiedattlie Post Office. at TitumOe atSecondClass Commissioner HeturningLeaves
.4' ; Brinley has held an almost Points on Indian River.
1 ; .. Matter. I Titusville E\"ERYTuest1ay.Thursday -
;' .:, = empty space! from the elc.-rer grasp of Returning leave Enterprise at.:30 and Sanford -
t the and Saturday morning, arriving at on arrival of train arriving at Jacksonville -
: 1 The next session of our. Legislature who have seized three-
I ,
SubscribeFor Enterprise In the evening.-Address
be of I fourths of the vast place with and .
>' ;wil;inaU probability, one more plows Early next morning.
p' **'than ordinary importance' and it should harrows, reapers and mowers; greatsteam W. S. Norwood,
Making close connections with rail and steam
I. ,:, ,"be composed of our very best men, men engines that can drive the wheels and TITCSV ILLS, FLORIDA. Lines for all point

' "" flf principle,'of.a sound record, of intellect spindles of a whole cotton factory in NORTH EAST AND WEST.For

't -.;'. : ;of good judgment. of clear heads Lowell: to one a man may carry under ..' CASH CASH CASH all points between Jacksonville and

:. and of patriotism. Our little tinkering his arm; machines innumerablefromthe Palatka tako one of the eteamers leaving
Market wharf daily Sundays excepted::: at 10
,' politicians will 'find themselves lost in grasp of merchants, tradesmen, pat- a.m.

I,, such a legislature as this should be, and ent right venders and hind agents; all FAST MAIL.
WH.EREPIT Leaves Jacksonville for Green Cove Spring
e-- should be elected to ,stay at home. The anxious to sell to the South, to Florida. *
Tocot and Falatka. <
t ", present custom of one or more small pow Unless the Pensacola and Atlantic railroad THE Lake Steamer ,MAGNOLIA.leaves Florida

'. .: h'tical tricksters announcing themselves had come to his rescue, with a cy- Central Railroad wharf at-&. m. daily, Sunday *
The Florida Star. excepted,returning some day "
"candidates for the legislature and press bottom ten feet in diameter, and a

'. stamping the county 'to ventilate their car-load of the valuable woods along the H &DQUM1 RS Ticket For further Office corner information Bay ana apply Laura at, General Streets.

fibby egotisms and secure an election to line, he must have beeu obliged to sur- \V.B.WA.TSOS.Hanager.
C.B.FEN WICK,Gen.Pass.
render. Agent.
'position; the how of which to fill they

have no more conception than has a hog On the 10th of September, forty-one ,. STORE

.of,the phases of the moon, is getting tot days after the buildings had been opened, -hIt PRITCHARD & MAY,

..1T "be,nauseating. There is a plenty of time Columbia and Alacbua counties came to TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA OFFER.FOR SALE :

',gr' 'for the intelligent electors to look about his rescue, and his assistants filled the .

.M 'udbe enabled, when the time comes to empty spice with a mass of boxes,barrels Business, ,Residence. Lots- ,
.. and bales arches of rice and oats fencesof
male a selection of candidates, to choose ,
aim and intention of --tf-- and Dw llings'in'TITUSVIL'LE.
around the is the constant
'" -,iriaetyand well. The idea of nominating sugar cane arose space,
corn and trimmed thcout- sweet the publisher to give to the readers of the l
and! electing a legislator who can barely rye ,
"'- potatoes and were piled amid STAC, one of the most readable and new- .
find his way to Tallahassee, and a place yams pumpkins j

to'eakhis"grub" in when there,who looks and CAahaws, and the "dislirag" siest paPers of the State. The Oldest aud Most Reliable Place of i Also Unimproved Lots In

":xlsely in the halls of legislation yet has gourd was not forgotten; lemons, limes,

. "'* -,to t he instructed by his guardian brother citrons, grape-fruits, oranges and bananasa Indian River City. .

t+ legislators whether he shall vote aye, or growing pine-apple, a sisal hemp, whose n..SlxESS *@Have a large list of

0f -';'no,on' the pending questions and who tall blossom stem reaches above the rail- -

'*' 'can'barely. sign his name to the payroll :I ing of the gallery, bales of crabgrass hay, o on Indian River, Dealing in Orange Groves

and blocks of the rocks that be ,
: for his"six dollars a day, must reflect may sawed -

which he or cut with an ax, formed a battle-
'great credit upon the county so '
faithfully and intelligently(!) represent ment and phalanx, behind which Com- General MerchandiseNone ON HIGH HAMMOCK ( FMCLASSPINE

is a fine'one. The idea of choosing a candidate mander Briuly ranged his strong-hearted Twenty columns of Selected LANDS,
assistants and victorious eo-he!
and electing a man "because gave one
.:", knout;he's a d-d good fellow,you know" Florida's space was now saved from the Miscellaneous Reading, but strictly first-clan gflO4t'l are -' %thich we are offering atr +

'-f is becoming too thin and stale. grasp of the advertisers.

:. The interests of our State and its con- Cheering news comes to us from :Mar bought and sold at this StanLo BOTTOM. -PRICES.- .

'atiiuent counties are becoming too greatto ion, from Sumter, from Leon and elsewhere "
'. be frittered away on "imbeciles" no and all the space we have saved -AXD- LANDS,.

7 n&tfer how good a "feller" he be and it will Us crowded, till the ten thousand First Quality At Low Figures.

.1 **behooves the intelligent elector aud tax- daily spectators will be able to see and '

.. .payer tepee that there shall be a change realize something more of Florida than Several Large Tracts Of

in the programme. they may see around their air.tigbt houses

s c.. .. and red hot ton during Florida's gay Ten columns State Remember A Dollar will buy exactly HEAVY HAMMOCK LANDS,

,, :"Trance, England and the United States.Tlte season. A Pisgah view cheered one of Nearly ,

., :New York Harold says we have not oMen times, so these thousands may longto well adapted to

much of and thinks that matters $1.00 worth.Established Sugarcane,Bananas and Early vegetables.
;; navy, enter the borders, to breathe the balsamic ...

x are getting so complicated on the Chinese air and pluck some of these fruits Also unimproved Lands in all sec

coast as special .dispatches continue to forbidden fruit In IS'3.
-not though they grow
and Local News
how-that the President ought to order County,
.' : in paradisv' tions of the county.A .,
,. the whole of our available fleet to those
CunuuLvioiurr Briuly ha arranged fora Address orders to
,J t; waters at once. The Richmond, fourteen FEW VERY DESIRABLE
special Jay for Florida; but the time is
> the Esses and Enterprise, Six
gnus; gunseach
\ not yet fixed; it will be near the latter Homesteads Left.
the Ashuelot and two
; part of October, and notice will be given. PRESENTED WEEKLY. The Headquarters Store,
.antiquated paddlewheel vessels: and a dist Parties to purchase mortgages -
On that should be : money ,
day county ; .
every rep Titusvilie Fla.AUU1YALS .
patch boat, the Palos, now, according to will find safe investments on un-
resented. On that day the great battle is
.. /the last naval constitute our As- doubted security
: register, 4 DEFAUTUltES OF MAILS.
to be fought. California is not here; but
.jatic squadron. To thee ought to be added From Enterprise to Titusvilie.
no matter; without her we can achieve avicury -o-:-
? the f,w seaworthy vessels which we Leave Enterprise Monday 11'uLhestLty amt
over all. Shall we do it? Then
/now have in the Mediterranean, and on -cr-\ Friday Arn\o 5 at u.TitusvUlc in > Monday Weuhaeaslayand Retl Estate placed in our hands for sale, '

:the North and South Pacific Stations, otiJy help. Everybody in Florida, help. ., friilay: at'J ',. 11&. exchange, or to let, will receive prompt
One thing the commissioners must have Leave TitnsvfUu Tuesday Thuratlay sod attention.
: ten hi all, and that without delay. Satiuxlay tt 5 u. m.
As 3.lllllct no reader forget it. On that great Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursday Titnsville, May 2-1,]r53 4 tf
-4 _a force for war purposes all these ami 6-iturtluy at U p.m. -
day there must be given away at the
ships combined would of course, amount Titu lvillc.
From Daytona: to > SPORTSMEN'S EMPORIUM !
least 10OUU oranges to as many spectators
to but little,and our monitors are incum4 : Leave Titusvilie, Mondays, \VeilucfwUys,
that will crowd around the Florida spaceto and Fridays at 5 a.tit.
petent for service. But there are 1'KINTING. R. C. SCRIMGEOUR,
foreign 10,000 : that have never eatena JOB Arrive at Daytona, Tuesdays Thursdays,
large American interests in China which persons and Saturdays at'II'.in.
.i genuine Florida oml'. We must give Jon IRIXTIXG. Leans .iytoni,Mondays, AVc-dnebilays, :uulFridiiys Taxidermist and Naturalist
% may.at_any moment, and at a dozen different at;3 a.in.
tliCiHj a* we give the seed to the ground, Arrive at TitusvilU-, Tues llc', Thursday Birds animals mounted with some respect
points on that extensive 00.,1.need pro- that return to the sower a hundred fold. and Saturdays at!)p.in. t'Ot Anatomy.

,,, tec'loon. There are American citizens on From Titusvilie to Eau Ualliu.
Ten thousand oranges given away on Everything appertaining to shooting
Intimate business scattered all over the Florida day iu Louisville will sell ten Leave Tituavillc Tuesday and Friday at and fishing to be found at my establishment -
5 a.m.
'.great region which may presently become millitii the people that take the gift. Our Job Office is well equipped) for executing Arrive at Eau Gallic Tuesday :\n.llfrl'llY and at reasonable' rates.
,the theatre of active Wlllourgo\- at UP.m. Also dealer in the Celebrated Lion
au war, Everyman wits raises 1U,000 con well all kinds of Leave Eau(JalUeVeUne.tdny und Saturdayat
brand of Asbestos paint in all colors
tt a.in.Arrive
ernment can do no less than concentrate
in the neighborhood of these threatened send a box for free distribution, K-eau at Titusvilie Wednesday and Saturd.iy ready for use. The best and cheapest :

hostilities at least enough ships to show more people will tee and Mate.of tint lox at 7 p.in. paint ever introduced for House or Boat i

there iu of '. Ie the BEST. No preparation.Ja use. Oil stoves In great variety, suitablefor
our flag wherever American intercuts orlAxnerican in a day than are uoplc ouie
d with f.a.Denformukdnganyfebnc.Pu boat
PAYS 0 N S any family or use.
citizens nay fall into trouble the counties in which it is put up. Thatday uJarfurdecora4 .
wd PLAIN & FANCY WORK, (. L I h & VII work on linen. Kvretwd CentenniainKU.il. LINSEED OIL WARRANTED PURE.Pratt's '
a prompt remonstrate against i,; the begiuning of the greatest feast v IJ( & Diploma.Establi .
indiscreet interferences by INK ,b* or
belligerents with citizen United State that i# to follow. Give u> the best you 1JrtIgiPsU.SUUOllcn" er.t1t'as Celebrated Astral Oil always i in

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'",TUE LOUISVILLE EXPOSITION. I Assistant CuiiimUaioiit-r Eicheibcrger, Land Office, Gainesville, Fla.l STOCK.

'-yotrespondenco alone will couiuhute ten boxesof COLOR &ORNAMENTAL WORK Sept. 19 1883. / ; Triple! pl.ited "Table'' ware from the
Times Union. of Ocala, I NOTICE is hereby given that the fol House Volutes, Booth & Hayden.Lanterns .
',.. .:\: The citizens of Louisville have built his best, amid J. E. Hart, of Jacksonville I ing-named settler has filed notice of
"* the) the Wjuidi for whatever is his intention to make final proof in support Razors, Combs, :Nick Nacks s
.. ., largest building so far as grounds sends a cork of his claim and that said proof will in endless variety. i

.--s..'',floor, is concerned,7u the United States, wanted. Who is next Where is Norris, be made before J. A. :JlcCrory. Probate : Tobaccos i
Cigars !
if not in the world. A broil gallery eXtendS Bishop, Sanford, DeLaml, ,Harris Deliiry Judge at Titus"ille.o'la.. on Saturday, ;

around the whole. They have incased and the other host: of orange growers!1 RULE & PAMPHLET WORK: November, 1883.viz: George W. Idner and all smokers' articles.
Thomasville Ga.. lid.
of 5,333 for the
in the grounds a park of the most There plenty of room for alL Room south i of northwest J and northwest Wheii you cannot find

magnificent trees adjoining any American for the bananas, pine-apples, COCUllutsI I of northwest \ section 26 and northeast i what you want in the other stores Iu Titusvilie j

'. tyj:and Edison has lighted by night and tropical fruits of Bwvard,Dade, Monroe of northeast i of section 27, Township 2S just give I:. C. S. a call and you
south Uange37 east. will be suited.
sure to get ;
till day'and night are scucdydistiuguiili- Manatee, Polk and llillsboro.
ETC. ETC. He names the following ,witnesses to
.able. Men of Florida, C.U1CwJ. read this prove his continuous residence upon and NO PATENT NO PAY.
cultivation of,said land viz -)1. ,
,The object was to bring the Southern great advertisement. Bring somethingwith :
Obtained for
; llosmor Allen, ot Georgian Fla., anJI''ter PATENTS Ue-
productions and the Northern uiauufacturera you and do not forget the fair ones vic 1io Compounds, Designs,
Wright and George Damon of Melbourne
\n,1 La.l.ocl.11 preliminary examinations
.> :f together iu one place, and uo more let them see and read, and the victory is a.+ to patentability of,.Inventions. free. Our
J. G. KNATP Fla.L.. "l>ut11) for obtaining Patent la sent freeeverywhere.
eligible place could have been selected yours. A. BAKXCS. Register, AddressLOUIS BAGGER .
CO.5olicitui4 :
All the States were invited to occupy all .Assistant Cu' misionerJo. Titusvilie, Indian River, Florida.: 22 5w U. S. Laud Office. oX l'A.: ;lnti, Washington,D.C.

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x cage--Beak one of them filed a bill equity to VIq. ,.
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: and for'a ';
oitke i I Court open the settlement new ac -
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The taknahedia the hand of God.Tlti'riSifdl
S r weld from perspiration is of value ; but common And passed beneaththeintaj&x
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x3ocb dan are sad_we are wont to aay;I over the hands before putting on the transfers a note or other negotiable instrument The Chancellor, in this case-Loesser He warbled till the
4 i
TBot 11a oU tboMdajn art adder still, after it has matured, and who vs. Loesser-refused to give any relief, Came ftlorntqiWt..
>r't,7Tho h mna doahuM,when w.work an HL 'gloves, wiill answer this purpose. dancing the k T1., :.
,. ,"'r l"" had purchased it before maturity without on the ground that specific charges of .But no.lair maIden bleated h .rAnd
1J a
''K "'J 0 '*1ha! fire tly'siglow la fitful y' To MAKE A GLOSS UPON SHIRTS.To .- all seemed dark
a now seen any knowledge of any defence to it, fraud must be made to give the Court toli
The ptlrttantoft through the darkness secure a gloss when ironing shirts .
gleam; his transferee acquires as good a title as power to act. An appeal was taken to With heart aglow and eyes g-
x i"' .Y'he owl wild to her mate shrill take 'of raw, starch one ounce; gum Court of of He drew much ne&rerihaa
night cries he himself bad, although it was overdue the Appeals Kentucky, When i ,to his horror w..:
The rote in the night wind droop and dies arabic one drachm white of an andaiir
; egg and dishonored at the time of the transfer i when this ruling was sustained. Judge He saw ",To Let",upoajJSCountry
"The dews all the clovers bead or albumen, half an ounce ; soluble .,, .t...
damp on ; Here the note was discounted by Prior, in the opinion, said : "In every .::
"The wfla wind wails in grief o'er the dead of water boys at
; glass, quarter an ounce ; q. the
'J'Iae'1WI lade alow from the murmuring the bank before it became due, without I I case where a partner has obtained a ag. t....
Make the starch into fine average about
J" B. a cream one inch
deops; any notice of the agreement between fraudulent advantage of his copartner tartar ,,,... ,
The over hi*page now sleeps. dissolve the in a little hot water pounds heavier than "
poet gum bop
the original parties, and its transfer equity will give relief ; but whey there clti'JI of
J cool and mix it with the albumen, and same age.: ,,'; .Ia
: carried with .it a valid title. to the in has been a settlement of their accounts, "
beat up the mixture with the starch i CAT AND (
strument" in order to attack that settlement for 'nICKbS7-A.
The Scrap Book.
; liquid then add the water-glass solo
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; ent
,writing from
fraud mistake the acts Decor
BANKING-PUBLIC FUNDS USED BV or specific of ---i-,,
tion) and shake together. Moisten the
; : the truthfulness
OFFICIALS TO PAY FALSE NOTES. fraud must be alleged or the manner in of-the f;
: starched linen with a cloth dipped in
: .;' 'jBome :men:',give ::according to ,thei The Treasurer of a town in Connecticut which the mistake occurred set forth. narrative, he having be a'Q'_
this liquid and use a polishing iron to
meting and to | If the the settlementand ness of the singular seta
S some according their made promissory notes, as such Treasurer partner making ? t

'meaftft8lllL. develop the gloss. and had them discounted at a complaining has to rely on a general exhibits :. An old gentlemaa"IIIII.

w tPubUc.pia: sometimes the best The craze for Japanese fans with bank where he kept his public account. charge of fraud or mistake it necessitates wife, who resided in the sutmrhi tf,

security for the fulfillment of which to decorate the home still exists, Cbancello western city ,take '
< engage The proceeds of the discount were placed an investigation by the great-ddi tj
:ments. and many pretty things are made with to his credit asTreasurer,and the fundsof of the entire partnership account to raising chickens. Last spring at-fe

x u,;Many'a man!:who thinks himself afoundation them. are also much used as a the town were from time to time de find out for the complaining partner "setting" season came round, !IIr ph

V big gun,"noshing but a great bore, for framing cabinet photo posited and placed in that accoun whether or not he has suffered by the cured a dozen eggs laid by: hem tf

and not a smooth' one, either. graphs. One side of the fan should be After several: renewals these notes were fraud or mistake of his copartner in a valuable breed, to put under his fu 4.

,Iaa-tit, strange that ,we never hear pasted over with some rich shade of ite "Plymouth." She sal;
e' paid by checks drawn by the Treasurer settlement that_both at the time regarded I on thea'fI
.of dynamite being used in, Egypt satin, such as Napoleon blue, cardinal, I. two weeks hatched
on this public account. He then becamea as final. He has no right to require thechickabtoifit; !

.where Itbe are more 'Nileists thananywhere peacock green or old gold. The color defaulter to the exact amount of the the Chancellor to make a discovery of them off, and then died of chlckeaci*

e1ae'tn the world P, should contrast with the photographs checks drawn by him to pay these fraudulent fraud upon such apleading.Reports" d era. The chicks were placed b i

I Can a man marry his deceased wife'sister which should be placed in a slightly I notes. The town demanded that for Phila. Record. basket by the kitchen.fire, :when, i'aN

in any part of America P Not unless oblique direction, so that when the fan the bank should pay its deposit in full, L afternoon when the family...was '"

the sister is willing, and as a general is suspended on the wall somewhat but the bank insisted that it was justified The Most 'Elegant Seminary in visiting, they were <>.undb1"( "

thing she isn't She generally knows slantingly the picture will be upright in considering the notes as valid America. large black cat, a pet of the"houaeboit, M
him too well Cut out an oval space in which to insert -
'. ; ". paper of the town, and refused to strikeout It has already been announced that One by one, Tom lifted each chick oat t
:4 ..burglar who has climbed up to a the photograph (or square, if you preferit the amount of the checks from the the Chestnut of the basket and placed it on !hit
Street on
garret?window on a ladder is arrested ), turn in the edges neatly and trim account. An action Seminary of Philadelphia bed in the kitchen "When
I' : was then broughtfor corner,
;'bya voice shouting, Hallo, there, them with a small gold cord ; put in the the dispute sum-town of conducted by the Misses Bon- old folks returned what Kea
East tt ir
'* and it with ney and Dillaye, is henceforth to bn :aza
what do yon want? May I ask you photograph, sew blind stiches Hartford vs.American prise to see their
National Bank= pet cat, curled iqpni
for a glass of freshwater ?" on the front to the back of the fan; on located at Ozontz, near Chelten Hills
'. and the Supreme Court of Errors of surrounded by the ,contented?
A paper speaks of a young farmerwho the sides of the fan paint on the satin Pa., formerly the property of Jay orfta
Connecticut,upon the case being carried brood. Tom was allowed to
with of flowers and Cooke. It was Mr. Cooke's own decision can fit
birds *
ran and
: "rapidly
.. through his"property. there for adjudication, advised that them, and when they orereli'tgeessgt
IIia property was an field. butterflies; line the back of the'fa that the mansion and grounds
open to
in the
judgment be run
entered for the town. yard, they would far<
should be devoted to this aa
He red with silk finished purpose and
wore a shirt and'a bull was silesia to match the him '
Judge Pardee in the wherever he went. In
opinion said : dna te
in the wake of the young farmer." satin, and finish the edges on top with several months ago he began the needful the brood
"Only in cases where, notwithstanding was ready for the ri& :
The cord attach bow alterations in his old home to fit it I| &
proprietor of a tan yard, adjacen gold ; a of satin ribbon violations of restrictions in charter The head of a'killed chicken sward
,to a certain.town in Virginia, concluded with long ends at the bottom of the fan the for its new use. Upon these he has Tom's
corporation has received and perquisites; but when.hen
to build a stand for the,purpose ofveDdiugms where the sticks join,and also a bow at retained expended about $40,000, and is furnishing 5
for its offered
advantage that which in the head of one of riff/ decipSj.!
: leather the with brass the house at a cost of $25,000. Its
: buying rawhidesand top, a ring sewed under
good conscience ted chicks he
it should took it carried
repay or pay outdoor ,. to ii
the like. Debating what sort of a it with which to hang it up. A coupleof accessories and surroundings,
for ; or only iu cases where, if it is compelled bed, lay down near it,and howled. TU
'.. sign it bras best to'put up for the purpose photographs can be thus arranged on comprising everything which twenty
to repay money or pay for was his lament over the death of b
of attracting attention, at last a two fans, and their handles crossed and proper years ago Mr. Cooke deemed necessary
f ty applied to its use by the unauthorized adopted children.
happy idea struck him. He bored an fastened with a bow and ends of satin to the completeness of his home leave '
of an agent, the judgment will inflict SPA. Kura A PROFESSOR.-Troei
r. angur hole through the door-post and ribbon, and placed over a large paint nothing to be desired. The house
no loss upon it can a judgment te the proverb is which asserts that "A
stuck a c 1rs'taU: into it, with, the ing or engraving with very good effect. stands on rising ground, commandinga
given against a municipal good beginning makes eodi "
corporationor a good ,
charming outlook
end in all directionsover
flaunting out. After awhile
'- fee noticed'a Darned net is coming into fashion its money be retained, or it be compelled a richly cultivated yet it does not deny. that,in exception!
grave-looking rolling
:- personage again. It is very effective as trimming to pay. But, in this case, tie dotted with country, cases,'there may be a good ending to
'near '
standing the door with his and
spec: for dresses or as bordering for fine cloths bank
having loaned money to a public country seats. It is that which began badly. .An incifat
tacles'gazing intently on the sign. I immediately surrounded -
cushions.. It can be worked in various agent whom it knew had no authority which occurred in a western coDep
And there he continued to stand by forty acres of tine lawns
gaz-I ways with different materials, fine to borrow, it cannot invoke the aid of and illustrates the possible existence of tbai
.ing and until I gardens the entire farm
gazing, the or grounds
lace thread colored silks with
purse or this principle of equity without demonstrating (> Atallaniimuscak
the I belonging to it exceptional cases:;; -
; proprietor 'was greatly excited in comprising 200 acres.
I and filoselles either
white ;
upon that, upon all the facts young student named Henly e&teni
turn. a The railroad station ,
: He stepped out and addressed is less than half a
colored, or black nets. Darned net is judgment in
its favor will the
inflict no loss sophomore class without taking 1M
the individual:' "Good morning," said carried to great perfection in what is upon the mile distant, the roads are all macada-
town"m freshman and was theztfona
** ized there is course,
.he Good
morning, said the other known as imitation Brussels lace, anda a gas-house constructed

without moving his eyes from the sign. 'very great variety of stitches can be PROMISSORY NOTE MATERIAL of granite, by means of which not only acquainted He with the college profeam
measured six feet and five mchsia
"You want to buy leather?" said the formed of guipure d'art, and modern ALTERATION-PLACE or P A YXENT.A .- the house but the lawns are lighted a his
," storekeeper. "No." "Are note was made beautiful clear brook stockings, and soon became tar
you a point lace stitch are taken as guides. payable twelve throughthe to the
;farmer?"'. ,15 No." 15 Are you a merchant When used as trimming to ball-dresses months after date, or before if certain grounds, bowling-alley and a to unlucky freshmen who happorf

?" "No." -"Are you a lawyer black net is usually selected for a goods were sold. No place of paymentwas natatorium. There are conservatories, encounter him. One winter monisft
the ft*
?" "No." "Are you a doctor?" foundation, and the embroidery workedas stated in the note, but it was. hothouses, greenhouses, graperies, another as sophomores were winding

: "No." "Who are you, then ?" "I'ma bright-colored filoselles or floss. The agreed verbally that it should be collected comforts and conveniences, way to recitation along a narroW'shoveled pti

philosopher. I've been'standing here designs for darning upon net are extremely at the residence of the maker. among which should be mentioned staling in the snow, they met a prtr

for an hour, trying to see if I could as- varied, those that are suitable The payee, however, inserted in it that b for any horses which pupils may of freshmen. At once there began i

eeriain'hoW' (hat calf got through the for embroidery in satin stitch being the it was payable at "First National Bank, choose to bring, as is not unusual in tussle as to who should have the rigttof '

C auger-hole. 'I can't make it out to best; but simple geometrical designs, Sioux City, (owa." It was then sold such institutions. way. In the amusing flap Eeolr

save my life." such as a series of Vandykes, crosses, I I before maturity, and without any ncI The superb Norman Gothic building, became prominent, pickinguptherst'men

,. diamonds, or spots are also used. The tice of the agreement as to the place of five stories high, and containing nearly into with either hand and tossing toes of
the snow banks. The last nun
Wanted to be Certain. embroidery is done in satin stitch or in payment, to C. The maker refused to one hundred rooms, is constructed of the lit*

plain darning. Trace a suitable design pay the note, and in the action brought mica-granite and iron, with layers of line of freshmen was-a dapper
"What are you butting head ui your upon pink paper muslin, tack its vs. Reed-setup the ceilings and floors, to'
against that wall for?" asked the wrong side uppermost upon the paper defence that the insertion of the placeof make it as nearly fire-proof as a house I picked him upand layinghimoverbs

mayor of -an old negro. "Ter see muslin, and thread a long lace needle payment was a material alterationand can be ; and it is supplied with a number I knee,"Spanked him soundly,and thenprt

whnder or not I'se asleep, ash I" with the embroidery cotton or silk. invalidated the instrument. The of wide stairways, securing safe him into the snow, hat first. Whatni

"Don't yon know that you are not Fill in all the centres of the leaves or plaintiff in reply to this defense claimed and speedy egress. Mr. Cooke has declared his dismay, as he entered the reotatia

asleep ?" "It's sorter doubtful, sab.I flowers by darning the silks in and out that as the time of payment was indefinite his intention of keeping house room, to learn that the little exqnisfe'

found a quarter jes now,an' I wanster I of the honeycombs, and work spots all the note was not negotiable, and grounds in their best condition was Mr. Taylor, the Greek profesw'!!

see whuder or not I't a dreamin',"and he over the net. Thread the needle with and that it was not a material alteration I and sparing no improvement that may He sought counsel from his intimate*

jammed hiS head against the wall of i suggest itself friends, and they determined to go'*
again another colored silk and double it, and nou-negotiable note to insert a to make of the place

."I'se been fooled dis way too oftenTattier darn this double silk as an outline all place of payment. The defendant had I: everything that can be desired from a him to the professor and beg pardon te

night I foun' a ban'ful ob money round the outer edge of the leaves and a judgment, aud the plaintiff appealed sanitary and material standpoint the offense. At the close of the recitation

under a rock, I sot down an' counted dowers, and form the stems and to the Supreme Court of Iowa, where they went to the professor'si rooa,

it an' turned it ober in my 'joyment with it. The double thread is sprays run in the judgment was affirmed. ,The Chief Probably-Untrue. i and Henly n to speak, when the

Dar it was, all silver. I won'ered ef and out of the net as in plain darning Justice (Day), in the opinion, said : "It Two ladies tete-a-tete : ludicrousness: of the affair overran
I was dreamin' but I heard is insisted him, and in spite of his fear of the pr>
a a Turn and fasten off the silk on the upper that this note was not l I "That Sirs Brown is just as mean

., singin' in a tree an' .saw de leaves side of the net, the right side'of the negot iabJe because it is not certain as she can be Why, would you believe it as fessor and his desire for pardon, to

tremblin'in de air. Den I knowed I work befog underneath. Unpick and to the time of payment. Tbis positicn she told me, right to my face that laughed till he cried. With just indignation

., was awake an'I rej'iced wid a loudmouf turn the work and finish the edge of the is not sustained by the weight of dressed too young for a woman, of I Prot. Taylor demanded an ex

I went up town to de man whatowns lace with a series of scallops made to authority. It has been decided in Pennsylvania years I The idea !I" my planation. But the little man's wnti

my cabin au' bought it ob biro, buttonhole stitch. Vermont, Massachusetts acd "She did ? Well, if she'd talked only increased Henly's laughter, and at

an' went to de clerk an' had him writ? Kansas that a note payable at a certaintime me that way I beliEVe I'd told her to last the student had to retire with tH

it down in de big book. I was mighty Recent Legal Decisions. whether in the event of a sale rr what I thought of her." just apology unmade. As soon as he hl

happy, an'bot a cat fish an'a monst'ous -- other contingency, is negotiable. Tie "Oh I no, dear; that would be recovered himself be was thorough

cabbage. I come home an' was 'grat- NEGOTIABLE INSTRUXE."iT5-TRA."ig. cases relied upon by the defendant a.l; "Possibly." rude. frightened, and again sought 1

nlatin myse'f when all ob a sudden- FER AFTER MATURITY DEFENSES._ show that the notes there in queaticn "But I did better. I told Mrs. Taylor to explain his conduct. To h

: ment my wife yells out : Yer's a ole G made his promissory note to S, who were not pal able at all except in tke what my opinion of Mrs. Brown Smith surprise, the professor not only forglTl

; liar; fur yer ain't bot dis cabin. Yer'dbetter indorsed it and then sold it to bank. It event of contingency. The alteration and Mrs.Brown will hear it soon was, him, but became his friend. It **

: get out'n dat bed an'chop somewood was not paid and the bank transferred it in the note here was a material alteration And then you know it won't enough said by the members of Henly's clad

or yer won't get no breakfas'I for a valuable consideration to M. As between and a material alteration may thing in Mrs. Smith's mouth. lose any when he took Greek, that Prof.Tajto!

t heah to day I' I got out'n bed mighty i G and S there was an agreement be shown to invalidate a ncte even as of my principles, never to de It is one though the most impartial of teachefli

; sheepish, kase I'd been talking in my that each should pay half of the cote; but against the indorser thereof for value disagn cable when I can get anything had one favorite. The fellows also foow1

['. sleep. Now, wid dis quarter I'se a neither the bank nor M had any notice before maturity. else to do it for'me." somebody it rather dangerous to speak dispr '

r gwinter satisfy myse'f dot I ain't a of it. In an action for the note againstG ARTNERSIIIP-DISSOLCTIOY ingly of Prof. Taylor in Henly's pret"

, dreamin' before I 'gratulates myse'f," alone he yet up the defence that he REOPENING SETTLEMENT AND THE immediate cause of Judge ence. .
Black's death
and he again jammed his head against was liable for one half of its amount FOR FRAUD.-After a dissolution by the was pyaemia, occasion -It is said now that oleomargerim .
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FOR" 8AKBr'rrt': :, X..tq hba.-,1(i.Poor ) ff"' _0f...cpurse, ,there,'Ia' ".?cried ja ,rich 'i Agriculture, is not an expert at picking.- .Tbo e who
I xaj i b j. *bM'dona, nothinW> but"moan and .I.voice: ) at:the door/that: brought..the bloodin r''rt Y '" ."Q.-"t.: f I buy and dress for ,market on a large
lifi moanWna Many farmers of WestemJYew'York
s and Tales call :
f'f Ao'er > .fortpi% atberfortittieet threethe'doctor a torrent iromiuy heart te my cheeks, scale are themselves .
r. O5r41frima e andwe take '! hows; and his 'wish aside are going put of tobacco raising becauseof experts
says curtains..Herbert
u the
; as pushing ;
W5 grid to our tr onblrn care, anc&tainl3ee.oithe at this work or ,have such "artists"in
W,, ;,I" '_.1 "eirierbnrdeniwebear, is(aalpatisfledand.pisinind set at rest entered.- r* = the '.crop'1- the- loss, their
::,f'.y; rj rrorr.meuuu7''L.JI iaka'J lip vt'.f.i hi fears the>ontr:Ob,''George, I pray "'His epee j met,mine" and felC, A joyous of fertilityand depreciation of the land, have employ.often'seen-National'Farmer.We .
trees of the
. ; a lyre wonaded lay griefy 'leavej noN:gone unturned till ryou, find light sprang into his handsome face i and disappointments.in sales Even of same .
:If' :the heartmay continue to ache ,I my husband .I'cannottell' whereto that face that 'I.'J1.ad' I those farmers who have realized the variety apple or cherry,which year
: '; keep out ofl eight, you after year differed in shades of flavor
: ) or
i O."torJ'Oft""e
highest and
.. \j.a4 our faeeI'are smilin 4.brirht. :took -fot. =i7I av not seen him since .cared, for with more than' a sister's prices the quickest sales times of
i ripening. Professor
.. admit the Beal saya:
effect of
somebody's sa :e, arly this tobacco raising is to
ttT.P morning, know
r ? .He.did.not:; affection. "I have two lots of Red
' 'tiib i iadtoil'alltbeday;. ; Herbert:was in an!,danger, for even I '"Ask her to' stay as your daughter, reduce profits on general farming; that Northern stock one
grown on Spy and the
;r AD' many al&Cridce make' .. S did not. the fever became violent for m : its exhaustive tendency reriousmat-:
;'.. "AD4ahlibt may be weary and worn at other"t i I er to consider, and that in the long run other on Early Harvest. Apples on t
the fiI# time'. noon.-\"t; : [ As I there crimson
With the trial were cheerfully borne. t. blushing a the latter rot first and are less brilliant
it is destructive ,
! For Bom-body's sake. ."My'P sister I to more important in-
< for
X1r only wiah your soft hand mine.
in color.
i 'r'-t (I' terests. V Many instances have occurred I
I ":&* '?; ThonKh humble oUr dwelling may be.'Though sake I had any clue to'where Gastonis "Can it be that J '
ld}, -. e! : simple the food we partake, ;,DutXyrtll do Bi 'r- possible, Mary, you A horticulturist ,writing to the Ohio where the stock hoe shown, some
'" DeM may be usured. my I. < care for my son ? I had not dared to Farmer, says: "Nothing is more dis influence, but in none has there beenan
And po rty'e ills be endured ,, ,But",ere, he. letter I had gone on hope for this. I knew that Herbert tressing to a level headed torticulturist: entire change :in' the variety. A
for somebody's sake. the wings :of' the wind for, I knew
: v ," loved but'Inever dreamed hada
I you, you than to see tomato plants a foot or Northern Spy is always a Northern Spy
wondrous tasks we achieve t' where ,to.;look floc! him.J Only an hour thought for him that was not
..J What merely eighteen inches high and bare of branches and nothing else. A Red Canada is
$ What wonderful deeds undertake! before, I had seen: ,him enters] the door .
And bow sweet is the victory: won. ; that I had ,heard':called the ''devil's : sisterly. (Ah, my short sighted benefactress to the top, swaying and whipping in I never changed' to an Early Harvest.
-When all Re've accomplished was' done.1X'For !1)) "Will you indeed stay, the cold wind after transplanting. Where And yet there is no doubt that the modification
i* : 'somebody's sake. most deadly trap.'! '
'J. I Mary, as my daughter=' such drawn-out of a sort ascribed to the
$!* I' knocked 'and plants must be used a ,
,; 'one,1'answering
EbestruKgle that's', only for self .' "And as wife ?" another voice stock is ,
though in my heart I Was frightened I my small inclined trench should be dug and often the result of a differencein
angels wake. ,
". ,' Bat No joy the among brightest of crowns may will be given pushed open the door, and entered. I added, while a strong"young arm enfolded nearly the whole stem placed beneath soil, or other eXtern )cause., 'We
!To those who have suffered and striven. saw,. not thtojtime' the :great crystal me. the soil. No evil will result, but much have seen so much change producedin
',.. .0 **.- For.somebody's sake., .. : And I stayed, and here I still am, no 'cultivation after '
:t'j/.: .If lights or ..bright. pictures that lined the good, from such planting, and a vigorous a pear: by ,, growing

.p'.-..; '. .. ... ,walls,'for my" .eyes were fastened" on two longer Mary Evans, but dignified Mrs. stocky growth will follow." under neglect, that a common- ," observer

:' ,; ; ,. How ISavrwo: Lives.. forms 'who'iD'the centre of the roomwer8confrontinj Herbert St John. Herbert often calls The Germantown Telegraph_says i that would not recognize the identity." '
; me "Polly," for which I do not chide "in selecting old ,For more thanthfty.years.: we have
...,.' '. i:5.... ,; each other.: apple'and pear trees .
: '. ", -\ You shall pay for;your words-and him, for I love to hear ,my old name for the purpose of grafting care shouldbe had to do more or lesswith, the rearing

. : { It' wa8"only a few days after' my nowP''one was saying ;' 'ii'nd as hspoke' e spoken in his tender tones, though indeed exercised to take only those that retain of calves. Our experience has taughtus
:'f'V Kate the blind '_ perhaps, it might be as well to that "scour' in
"nfi&edthat old V_ < He drew ,,something1 glittering their foliage late in the autumn. calves arises from
'-; '. woman who lived in ,the next"room: to from his pocket say that everything is music to me that They will insure the growing of the many,ca ies.. Change of food, unsuitable -

:; ,.lo6t"herlittle' 'dog, and "offered4 to The man .who_ was thus threatened, comes from his lips. graft sufficiently long to firmly establishit food, cold,'wet'bad litter,! etc.,

ibareVwith me: her scanty:'means of with the pon'the one I sought and cause it to remain unaffected. will induce SCOur, We have tried many

: >!Bvin2 itI could fill his place for her. I'sprang forward. Our Palates. during the winter. 'In every instance sorts of medicine. For- 'several ,.yearswe '

-4'-1 was glad enough to accept her offer, Stop I"I cried'With frantic energy. that we have tried to raise fruit from proved that from thirty to sixty

fad'so, day after day,I led her through I Ie Do not kill him. Herbert, his boy, is FRICASSEE OF LAMB. Take abreasof grafts on old trees which shed their. drops (according' 'to age- of calf) of

the streets' and. at night shared her hum- dying, and calls for him." lamb and cut it into-pieces about leaves early we have failed. They grow chlorodyne, in a 'little water, given

ble cot. It was in that'way, through All eyes turned with curiosity and two inches square. Put the paces! fer a few years bear a few specimens, early, at once-stops the complaint; a
;passing eo often the same ,h)1lSeSt1 that three and then die." second dose was veryrarely 'necessary*
{ surprise upon me, but I cared not. saucepan with a quartered onion '
'. :/; 'I" noticed. and was attracted towards The man's hand with the knife fell to four cloves 'a The Amerisan Cultivator says: "Did Latterly, we have weaned the calves
or bay leaf and one tablespoonful -
'. .- 'he:,inmates of one.. his side."Hisooy. of butter you ever try planting peas, in hills ? gradually from their mother's milk and
t: t was an elegant brick dwelling, Herbert, is ill and dying," and let it steam; cover saucepanclosely half Make a large hill: rich with well-rotted reared them 'on 'skimmed"milk,since
wUh.bow"window;and in that window I repeated, "and he calls for his father; hour, shaking it occasionally. an compost or fertilizer ; then take a nail which' time we have''had little or no

,;; often sat,a lady with the 'gentlest and and the doctor says if he does not see keg, or something about that size, and scour.. One calf had scour by.its moth ,

;'H:' most beautiful. face, I had. ever seen, him he cannot possibly live." BROWNED'TOHATOES.-Cboose huge press it into the ground so as to makea er's side, three or four days old,.we put .

IT .' whfle leaning at her knee would be a I shall never forget the look of agony tomatoes and cut them in half; place deep circle upon the hill ; sow your it on another' cow and _saved the calf. I.j i

,;,".. "- -:boy of about twelve'years, with, eyes ,that came in the place of the anger to them skin side down in a frying pan, peas in that circle, and plant a large 'We could not; perceive' anything amiss :.

,... ,and brow like her own, but features in the dark face of Herbert's father. with tablespoonful of butter; sprinkle pea brush in the centre. You can grow ,with the mother or her milk, but it did I
,. .general more like the dark handsomeice .My boy dying. and I here I" them well with pepper and salt and as many peas to the acre in this way as not suit her calf.-Farm and Home.

; of one who would sometimes come He had been beside himself with dredge with flour., Place the pan overa in drills. They are convenient for the LARGE GRAPES.-If you want large

\, .and talk with them for a while. anger,but the shock of my words sobered brisk fire and let them brown thor pickers, and they'have a neat and tasty grapes, break off all the. suckers at
It all the same to old Kate where oughly ; turn and brown the other side. once, which are shooting',out from
was him, and taking my hand he led me look in the garden, which is not a small the
:"I led her so long 'as she knew by the from the place. 'Once out in the streetI Serve them on buttered toast. item, especially when you are trying a lower part of the vine. They will not

Bounds about her, that we were, in a tried to leave him, but he held me SALLY LUNK.-Warm one pint of new method." be found much .onold, vines,, ,but,'wlll

populous"reightorhocd; and I wouldoften tightly. new milk ; stir into it one tablespoonf ul Professor Beal, of the Michigan be seen on young stock.,, ,If allowed' to

-- o pass and repass that house with "If my boy lives it will be you who of melted butter; when quite cool add Agricultural College, reports an experiment remain they will exhaust I the energy

;* ...the bow window;and its beautiful occu- saved him," he said ; **you shall come three well beaten eggs, a little salt and where be planted an early, eight- necessary to the growth of the grape.

;pants as many as a dozen times a dayand ; with me." one tablespoonful of powdered sugar, rowed, yellow dent, and through it a Break, off. all,.the ,new canes ,that do

'so; though they knew me not, I Such a pathetic scene it was when beat well. together; stir in graduallyone single row of yellow flint. Before flowering nofbear grapes, and pinch'off the ends

f came to know them alL the mother, hearing lootsteps, came to quart of sifted flour; add one teaspoOnful the tassels of the flint com: were of the bearing canes ; say within two

.. .*J Th .months. went, on, and'Summerlewith the door and saw her husband. I can of soda dissolved in a little all cut off, making impregnation by the leaves of the last bunch'of grapes or

.._....ittc." its pleasant,evenings. Then not think of it now without tears. milk. Beat well and pour in buttered dent on this row a necessity. There blossoms, .t1le.re' usually! being 'three

. when -old' _Kate, worn out.,.wouldaaleep fall A couple of hours later the doctordeclared pans. Bake in a quick oven. Turnout was no trace on the ears of the flint of bunches of grapes on a bearing cane,

I would'watch my opportunityand the danger past; the boy had and'cut in slices at table. To be any crossing with the dent the first and the last or top branch is.about one

slip out unheard. Perhaps! it was seen his father, and his delirium eaten hotCHICKEN year. The next year, however, the foot or more from the main branch.

,,,"-wrong in me to do so, but surely, I quieted, had sunk into slumber. : TOAST. Take the remainsof flint corn showed all gradations from Keep all the growth J:>back to.the above

thought.,'no one would barm a little' So it was that I, Pollie Evans, saved a cold roast or boiled- chicken and the dent to the flint. He reports some limits, and your'berries will be large

gat. two lives. varieties as being toss affected with] and the bunches increase in size.
". ,. One evening drawn by the splendor'f. Mr.: St John, true to his word, never chop up finer put in a saucepan, seasonwith crossing than others, and names the red L
pepper and the round of an Warming His Ears.
.. :";'1 within an open door, I stood looking in, from that time neglected his family ; onion or brown varieties as having the greatest
,' finely minced, add,a small pieceof -
v.: v,wj,when lady who was passing left the and Herbert grew and thrived from his butter fixity of type. Late one evening an. omnibus was
one tablespoonful of
, ._*: ,. ', arm of.the eldtrly gentleman she was childhood (which they told me had always and just ,enough water to cover cream the France receives annually from England rumbling down 5th avenue,New York.

'-,. .walking' .with and came up to my side. been delicate) into as stalwart a 'chicken, simmer all together fifteen about $20,000,000 for butter and A handsome young lady, modestly attired -

... ., "Come. away, my child," she said, lad as ever gladdened a parent's heart. minutes, break over the meat two cheese. This is suggestive to the [. sat near the door. As the vehiele

., ,... earnestly. "Do you not know that is Twelve years have passed since then, three raw stir all or American farmer. Many of our farmers passed, the Hotel Brunswick, a man :
.; ,', ;'.rone: of the devil's most deadly traps ? and I am Pollie Evans no longer. ButI eggs, together, pourit know how to and do, make good with' a white hat, diamond- studs ando I
nicely buttered toast and I
., ;4Cpme;,}; .away, let me entreat you I" will not anticipate.That upon serve. butter, but there are many farmers w6 gray side whiskers, caught sight of the

*,: .?t t, .I was not afraid-she spoke so kindly, night was the turning point of GERMAN PANCAKE SOUP.-Make a do not know how to or at least do not pretty face. He entered the omnibus

t. .but,it did not seem to me what she my life. batter with half a pound of prepared make good, clean butter. If anyone and sat down at the side of the yeung

._ .taaid could'be true. "You must stay with us, my child," flour, a little salt and half a pint of doubts this let him visit any city commission lady. After paying his fare he hummed

." Oh, it is beautiful to be that," I Mrs. St. John said. "Henceforth your milk, stir it well and add two well- house, and he will find butterof "Sweet Violets," and tried to attract
home is in this house which but for beaten eggs, mix until of the consistencyof '
answered. "It is like fairy land. every conceivable color, form and her attention. Wrapt in her own contemplations

-? Qf' ",Her voice was even more earnest as you would be desolate indeed. I can cream, make into pancakes and fry a smell, and will lose his appetite for she gazed at the' stately

-t. she spoke again, and there was a bitterness never repay to you the benefits you have light brown. As each one is fried lay butter for a week at least A littlepiece residences on the avenue, unmindful of

in it, as though she had suffered given to me, but all that is in my power it on a board and cut it up into narro of bad butter will ruin the taste her surroundings. Suddenly she felt

v. through just such a place. I shall do. Your real name is Mary, strips, beat up an egg and put it in the of the best bread that the skillful the tips of gray whiskers her cheek. ,:

; i ,"But it is so, my child. It is the you tell me. I had a sister Mary once, tureen, add the strips of pancake, and miller and baker can mak .United "Are you not cold, Miss?" their .!

:-;., ..straight road to destruction. True,it is and I love the name. Mary, will you pour over them a quart of boiling stock,' States Miner owner said. 'I

--- .-.. :-beautiful,but it is so only to entice and be willin g to let me do wLat 1 can to stirring all the time. The quantity of food needed by stock "Oh, no," was the ,modest reply. .

.. ., .&: rain.: make you a happy, useful woman ?" CREAM CAKE.-Sift one pint of flour varies even among animals of the same "Are your ears cold ?". -

".' "" .1 walked on by her side for some dis- I was at once sent to school. Of into two tablespoonfuls of creamed butter age and breed, and it necessarily variesto ."Certainly not," ,the man replied.

"f, .- taace-the gentleman all that time course I had much to unlearn} as well add an even teaspoonful of baking a greater extent among animals of "But why do you ask?"

,;:' &_., neyer saying a word, but looking, as I I as to learn, but hard work accomplishes soda, two tablespoonfuls of powdered different breeds. Upon this subject a "Because you evidently want them

... ,thought, a little amufed-and'then she I wonders ; and two years ago I received sugar,'half a teaspoonful of salt, half farmer in England says it is sufficiently warmed?"

< -j. loosened my hand and I sped away kindly words from my teachers that a teaspoonful of grated lemon peel, a correct to reckon a sheep consuming The only other occupant of the stage
home. brought a thrill of pride to my breast,1fo cupful of cream that has soured a little
-? :3.. twenty-eight pounds of green food, an laughed outright at the cutting retort
?.;. Another moonlit evening came. I 1 felt that 1 could at last reach the and two well beaten eggs. Mix the ox or cow 150 pounds, a calf forty The gray bearded man flushed and

.- !"':
. .>;, #,, ,more, stray out. This time my steps into the world and work for myself antI papered tin and bake in a moderateoven. daily. At this rate an ox or cow consumes while haste,the and the stage rumbled onward,
young lady resumed her con
: ;vwere turned right towards the house in be independent. as much as five sheep. The templations.Boafon Herald.

.. ',:i'Which I was so much interested. One day when I thought we were entirely TOMATO WITH WATER CRESS latter will require 10,220 pounds, or T .

<*-..; Al ,The lights were lit, but the curtains alone-Mrs. St. John and myselfin Take three or four tomatoes,scald thema nearly five tons apiece, the former 54-, Was Into Oil.

,.twere: all down ; and though I crouched her boudoir, I broached, the subject moment, remove the skin and put 750 pounds, or nearly twenty-five tons "Now,then, what-is it ?'' quiried ate

. --.. <>. -.downby the low railings, I could see for the first time. them in cold water a dew minutes,, to of green food, for its yearly main New York broker,as his daughter came
'" :nothing; and was turning away when a I was little prepared for the effect of cool ; wipe the tomatoes, and cut them nance. tripping into' the library. "Father

>'y. ,jj light carriage suddenly drove up and my words. I knew that.she loved me, into slices. Make a plain English dressing It is often desirable to know which is Charles Henry has asked me to ,

.. > stopped, and a gentleman alighted and though not till then how much. But have the tomatoes and cresses (an the most profitable way to sell fowls- him." "He has,eh ? Wants to marry marry

::. .., Ian up the steps. At the same moment though he pleaded, yet I was firm, forI equal quantity of cresses) in separatebowls : alive,dressed or both dressed and drawn. you, eh ? Well, what are his prospects

:> .the door opened and the lady with the had discovered something within myself pour the dressing over,and after To find out weigh the fowl alive, then ?" "He has $40,000. up on a deal

..ry jri beautiful face came with outstretched that forced me to do so. But, oh each bowl has stood for ten minutes after it is dressed and again after being in oil. What answer sl.ail. I give him ?"

!-.y'i ..bands.to" meet him. But her face w.a8Ihadneverseenitbeforeallstatn as it was hard indeed to resist those tender mix them well together and serve. drawn. Record this weight in each at all, my love-not just now.

f:,,)?' ed earnest tones. case, and then a little figuring, with Wait and see how oil goes. If it
.. goes
: with tears that fell with "Mary, do you know that to fee you weight and market
TJv. yet though prices as a basis, booming, answer him yea. If it drops
:.,<,. .. her white hands she tried to brush leave my roof would break my heart ? will soon tell the inquirer what he tell him you have made mind
up your
.'....= :* ,themaway. You do not speak. Is there, then, no There is no limit to combination 1 wants to know. Generally, we think that can never be
:'!:!'. :!-.i happy except
. '" in which I can induce you to give this season. Suits,laces, ribbons, trimmings it will be
; ;. Oh, George where is Gaston? way I found that selling alive pays with a husband who deals in railroad
Berbert is ill-perdaps to death. I have I I up this idea that "has gained such hold I I I I of of it.all kinds and even gloves partake I! about as well as to dress, particularlyif ] stocks. Never put yourself in a position .

-- Jng4 so for you to come, for only you over your mind ? the owner's time is valuable and he to be close dout"


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: % byihe 1st proximo, .the express'chargon .TiCAIP'ORGA'N'S

Y i .#'. mch coin Ionr dedirom: ;the ire; sl 'PIIDNS' SPILLS

J, ory.on sad( fter tbt 1'date;rwill' _not be

, A! 7.sovagme: t bat must be p1;,

'J aborasi b.rf.Uc-.; -; RIoH BLOOD
.. :M: .KE NEW" ,
: '
, ** tlte;. 4 And wID oompkte4 chaDP the blood In tile entire tyitetta Ia thtes PoDlIi. AJ17.
x *? pieter of bar.oW .to the domin-: scat wb ,m tak 1 Pin each aid* from 1 to 19 weeks. may te restored to Bound a. _
k km gallery at.lOtUim a...a memento .of health,If meha thing be poMibto. For curing Female Comp1al tJaeee Pills haft no _
I.. j.her iqjdoutc Itt Os\Mi.. The:picture is equL' FhnlcUas tue them In their practice. Sold neJ'7WbeIe.OI' sent by>> man for The But and Most Papular Organs s-

::, fife:feet in length; and b'at present on !5 U.lm .U...... Send for pamphlet. I.S.JOHNSON CO. BOSTON MASS. lum manufactured'FIRSTCUSS .. I '-ftL

1 eTilThtLoninfoston. .. HITIS. '
wIDtettni- in Tone.
: .u G'hrjstfne)lQileeoa hag,caused notice to that p.W UTe el7

: be' served" on l L'Monluaeen,'a Paris stock DIPHTHERIAt" a momoot. FIRST CUSS in Wortmanship. Ks

- brokered for,tlSeCOVer of ':t,800'beiDg; .-'",. cSSSfffcSS FIRST CUSS in Material.

J/ .p itt ftlJe ],, erty' of her deceased ,8ore1Amll.1UfedIIII at tile IAmIS.CbronIc IJouMDeII. aetilllCoallIt.lrbooPlndtbnea

t hUa1UaJL f ouieaud: .*,.QIroDIc Sold aTgrprhatrL 1JIarrtKH.ctfr5tnSlip1"p" 8eDd for DJIentcr1.pamphlet CJIoIera to L&Jlorbu.lUdPe1Troab1e8.JOBXMI*CO,horror,DIIeueI K.us. or tae FIRST- USS in Everything.

: _, ,, JOSCELLANEQUS. It b win-known fact that inert of thBon MODERATE in Price.
mad Cattle Powder sold In this HENS LAY -
I ., '_ to worthteM that Sheridan' MAKE
*WHEltf THE FIELDS I YfI7.nlaable._ Powder. Nothing to ahuolntoly OD pae earth and WARRANTED for FIVe Years.x- -
, bens like 8beridaD" Condition Powder. DOM. one teuyooaftil to pap pint
make law
;, > will boL 8014...............or MOt ty maIl toe D cu.JD IUIDpe. L 8.JOIIS"Us EferJ'rPD of manufacture is not only warranted for five years.l tiai s"'t_! ,
'An..db i Cotton, teed to gave perfect sntlstMitkm in every particular. Our factory is ont of the IIIM
: and most complete in the world and all of our work is strictly ant-clau. We iltffS
,Then. yoall want a fine Piano'or'an Or- WALTON, WHANN & co., a lull line of the leading ftaDoe, aDd eanrariiiahanyitylaaitbelowMtinjokKprtoWe ..
:gab Bat.why'wait for it?' Buy at once
:;and enliven the long hot summer months W are desirous of introdncingour Organs ti
.with music,aud make" the Harvest Home Pow BRAND : li onttne8outnandofferspecialinducemeauta and Agents. Good reliable men can nab DIIIiII
still more Joyt' _Never mind''' if you 0111'iDa&r1l lenUo Cxclusire territory given,and protection guaranteed; nits'WJIi
,haven't'got. the cash. Have. ,you not .as Sol caUtegocs and Information
heardo"r .. Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure. REFERENCES: An,Bank in St. Lout or Chicago.

;'. LUDDEH &,1ATES' PREPARED EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable growers of STORY & CAM-
Florida. It will produce a heavy, but sound and healthy growth on growing trees,
.. '.' MIDSUMMER and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit.
IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables luxuriant growth and in the '203 NORTH: FIFTH: ST., ST. LOUIS, Ma 9
latter tends to size and quality and early maturity.IT "

,. .. ,. .

\. And'that't during- fire WALTON WHANN & CO. ;
months of July;'August and September *; KEMin6Ton GUNS :

YOU can bill at:JX>wi8T, SOCK BOTTOM Wilmington, Del.
Cash Bates by paying just a little cash WE HAVE THE
down and balance November tit, with- Att Captain McLean of the loop "Agnetolling you a tact of the

:oat interest?' you can't"save one red cent by postponing -
purchase until comes in. PLOW BRAND.
Here are the terms.Midsummer.
J..i ,W JXO. ANDERSON, of Ormond.Agent for East and South Florida. FIREARMS.: WE HAVE MADE


Which haw been adopted and KB!a are la EVERY QUARTER OF THE GLOI:%.,

$25.Ca hdown on Piano. Established 1826.MANUFACTURERS .
:$10 Cash down.on an Organ.And .
without one cent of interest. Bock Bottom TO ANYBODY WHO HAS USED THEM.
Cash Bates. No interest advance

in price. ,And if,when pay day .comes OUR HUNTING AND TARGET RIFLESHave
you can't pay, all. cash, we will give ",,- .
longer time.with a,reasonable increase :;:t",.
of price: ; Chlckerlnjr;Ludden & Bates.tathushe1F .... ). ,'. taken. HIGHEST AWARDS at LcadiAc Intemat or,1 u archci.CTPOU&BS. and PRINCIPAL FRIZES: k

) Kranich Bach, Ballet Davis .. .
d Co.and Anon PIanos;,1Iason & .-{."to; ".or
Hamlln,Packard Orchestral, and Bay s IQMlNGiON ERS
State Organs. Every grade and style. -.. PARE
AU with maker's names and fully guar
,, anteed. No stencil instruments sold. A '-. .
selection from over 300,styles from ten
OP Strength Simplicity Durability Range Penetration
leading makers, Fifteen daya' teat trial ,

givenWe pay all freight if.Instrumentis Precision Ease of Action and of Fire.
Rapidity .
privilege not, satisfactory.given. Six-months' exchange Axes, Hatchets, Picks,


this month fn our grand Clearing Out TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS. ",
Piano Sale. '100 first-class Pianos, near NEW YORK OFFICE, 281 & 283 BROADWAY..
ly new;some not used a month, offered Also, FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS
.from 950 to 8100 under regular price, on ARMORY, ILION, N. Y.
Of all sizes and prices from 85 to $30. Also, Plowing Xarllhu. .
easy payments of 925 cash and balance "SaND roes ILWSTItAfzD CAT.u.oGVLr
810 monthly. RoM only to make room Farmers will receive valuable Information,. catalogues, &0.,
for fall stock. Write for Special Circulars by writing to the makers, Valuable NOTICE OF INSOLVENCY.In
and foil line of Piano and Property
Catalogues All sent free. Address Organ COLLINS & CO.. 212 Water St.. New York. .For Sale County Court.

Ludden.. &' Bates'SOUTHERN' aiuuiock.Thirty acres Splendid of land in new the City galvanizedWire Point Brevard Florida.WIIF1E.tsFanny County A. Joyner. Adminis

mm:; l ILLS Fence around twelve acres. Five tratrix: of the Estate of J. W.Joyner,deceased -

MUSIC HOUSE, Hundred young and healthy Orange trees having filed late in of the Brevard office county of the Florida County

; SAVANNAHGA.PHILADELPHIA. Forty bearing trees. Beautiful River ,Judge of said written
I Udtrineompt.sl?eh.eireth.hleeAiath..etlr.t ywmI.W..t .....AaJ'pmeawNwtne.kPILL county a suggestion
EACH MIOUTBOM ONE TO TWELVE W&U8..MNI.\IaIf n.h.thtaf ii poMiM Front. Six acres as fine cane and banana of the insolvency of said estate:
.. ,,,..
ONLY X20.gip For ranif F.mal.Complains tfctMPUlihkT.no qml. Phyueiw ia tblr prmetiM.Sold".f7Wben.
r', tt.at by maU f.IIIe.a.ta..... Mad for....pbl... X.&JOBVSO1I*COt..JIoetoD.-- land as there is in the state. Adjoining Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims of any nature against. the
the land of the Hon. Wm. H. Sharpe. said Estate, to file the same,duly authen-

" A TRIAL OF THE BALTIMORE JOBBER' Here is a good opportunity for any one ticated, in the office of the County Judge,
desiring to make a good investment of said county on or before the 3d day of
March A. D. 1SS4 which time there
place must be aold. Titles perfect. will be a pro rata distribution of the said
LENCE. Parties intending to purchase can make Estate among the several creditors entitled -
: i i 1st-It is the easiest running press made. 2d-It is as strong as any press made. of thereto, and the said administratrix:
3d-It is the most durable press made. 4th-It will do as good work as any.press enquiries Dr. G. W. Holmes or Hon. discharged.Witness .
made. 5th-It will take less to keep it in repair than any press made. Cth-(Last W. II. Sharpe. For terms and further any name as County Judge of
but not least) It costs less than any first-class press made. particular address A, P. Perham Quit- said county this 27th day of AngnstA.

4 man Ga. or K. C. Perham City Point Fla. D. 1883. J. A. MCCRoRY,

} or confer with Captain Peter Wright of Tituaville, Fla.,Sept. 6 County, ISC3 Judge.19 Cm.
r the fast sailing sloop "Mist" who will

carry parties to see the property.PISO NOTICE.Six
months after date I will presentmy
final accounts and vouchers to the
S'CURE FOR County Judge of Brevard county Flori-
calls ritst alt t!
sus. ida, will
BeuCoagh tlyrop good, us administratrix with the annexed
IJMlntlma BoldbydTaenrrWigMta of the Estate of 11.T. Titus, late
CONSUMPTION.NOTICE of said county deceased and ak for a final -
discharge as such administratrix.
, 0 Sept. 17, 188.1. 22 j)1J) ).
IN.THE '. Indian Hirer & Northern
The above cut represents the most pop NOTICE.Six
ular style for the people which offer COMPANY.
'tl months after date I will present to
you for the very low price of 20. Ke- I NOTICE
is HEREBY GIVEN that in accordance Honorable J. .\.)lcCrorr. County Judgeof
member,we do not ask you to until with the laws :
pay of Florida
we, Brevard Florida, liiul accounts -
you have seen the machine. After having the undersigned,have formed an associa- and county vouchers administratrix my of
examined it if it is not all we tion to he as
represent styled and known as the Indian the Estatc'of Bartholomew Elnfc deceased -
return it to us at our Consulyour lover and
expense. Northern
Transportation and ask for final from the
td a discharge
interests and order once,or sen t's Company for the purpose of construct administration
of said Estate.
for circulars and testimonials.
ing, maintaining and
operating allail- C. J. SAXDIFORU Administratrix.
Address CHARLES A. Wood &; CO.. road from ,
point Indian
on liver
at or Titiisville, Fla., Sept. C, IS. :J. 19 Cm-
No. 17 N. Tenth St.
Philadelphia r a. near Hocklcdge to a point on Lake l oill-
March 8, 43 6m sett on the St. Johns river in Brevard NOTICE.

Opened for the Season. county. Florida for the purpose of couveying Land Olfice at Gainesville.Fla.)
persons and property. Said road Augnst31. ISS:;. f
1@A man who is interested in his own to be three miles In length or thereabout. NOTICE is hereb 'given that the loll! < w-
MINOR S. JONES. ing-named settler has filed notice fl 1113
welfare'will be pleased to know tliat ALEXAXDEK A. STEWART, intention
to make final proof in support
JAMES A. )IcCI:OJY. of his be
claim ill
and that said proof tt
. ANDREW GIBSON Titusvillc, September 21, 188.1. 22 3m made before A. A. Stewart. Clerk circuit

Keeps the finest oysters to be found in FOR court at Tituaville Florida on Thursday
iI4,t xser. SALE November 1st ]SS3. viz: Chandler! Sampson
Titusvillc, A desirable cottage, house and lot in of Eau Gallie Fla.Hd. 11.211 for the
AND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS. Titusville, also Blacksmith, wheel wright lot 2. Section 231"p.2C Range 37 E-
and He names the witnesses to
general repairing shop at Titusville. following
prove his continuous residence and
Enquire PRITCHAED &May. upon.
Plain and Fancy Cake made to oril 24'tf cultivation, sakI land, dz: Rufus ii.
!'"I A.-a.W1ed f.. Stewart. Win. Matherson. F. S. Kisley,
Bdta't Bread atiray on han!. NA if t'i&..A..I._._.'. )I...... BATTLES
All Size Presses,Type and Printers' Supplies. Catalogue free. :.;...... npnrria.nalHLWr1 the Joceph Dixon of Ilockledge. Fla.

Also a 'first-class Barbershop attached. 17 J. F. 'ti'. D01UIAN, 21 GEU3IAX STREET, BALTIMORE,MD. Worlu.ic:3i.Cewl 8):M..ducal.:.w o..aw,',Qs.tn.i sHltett 5t.Zfea'..U.I''S.ta N a kl I&htsalu.Add..u hy,he: l' w;) J.U... A.S.BAUXES.Register Land Office..


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.,;,t '....q'kat..left egime.trace of i apretense.. s t.. '1That Tttire, was nifec'tekcnmg, that infaUibirreiort we call France, ard8psidadidwot4

f.,;:J' ". time could never efface:" .. of all :broken downfenUewtiniavbtil she g to s e Ist&t i4 hgd centtr

r' 'song'raYiebed of ineffable hiniag sweetness ear,.jl'r._ r-. i t that I':could not do:f I!was. live ; ; and t 4e ries off great,and,.m morhlft ti fib.-

:- "{ 'slumbered in Hence forgotten-" Oft of]mla oe'and'I hated teaching.An pore ; in maimost "V fore the oldeatqf: 4 rt .arkAlfaoi !
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".'.".' .".ar plaay w"j.."" and many- a yeir= (1. :. idea came,to,me like' an inspira- that h .> h4 H !Jla1d.
..&wakezi tionrcl had a natural for cook had ; Pari3 h fcs '
iat. f' I. geniur ; ten tal>zof the
> ane'Wt.1- ., P.f & gym.
** J> JUlin
' ': 'I"J the sweet-voiced singer III 'ing. After liny:.marriagflfdid' all my and quay ; the Vatican-4 >and fop,f-flCtfiiJ.1 but
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:tL ;AMattded fro*: earthly dew:-*'-* I own work,'and my,huaband had ;often Constanti .half of-tie wM" hiatorrof'the

:Xi! t heart that was ever so weary.,,.,"J said that,"betng'thb"diughter'of a'man domes.Ea< Tower was;T.. .ovetWMirevtf{stone'!*' was
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: ., 1 with ain and despair,
nted _
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?' j ei''gafisiord oUend...compaulOJ1"'t of wealth, it was marvelous that I could some famous laid of these vas*;' ;." too races who

'*jE -:y gbtftdnalddlagpluxihere:, cook like a"Frenchwoman., I formedmy ; superior to raised the fantastic dome t,Moscow

1%" #:i plans at once. What cared I for of beauty t i
** .Out1ai tboulanda'! ateyeazning; ortWminarett'Wwandefinglierdsmen'aiW Irwere

; 's".*:Gbr:9JDpatht.: : kindness and love,.,. .social position, whose life'was dark the great I "robbe* tribes
; }r bl soWi are gasping; in darkness..: ;
1i f.I''L:bee gleam l from abovl '1. I ened forever? historic con in Asia,when the Tees t 1ffJ Komft

1! .:ni never sunbeam wasted,' I sold all the furniture, all the jew- the its true or of the moat mope

5% *\ Sor"_.that was sung the vain '? '.'" "' elry I possessed"except wedding of essential
shado' my The ..oldFlorence det10 rita/i
.* :And touls that seem lost in wa ps < 0CV.. e.

.,' A 8& ur'.love may reclaim.. ring, secured testimonials of character in the Abbey, Ghent'and Bruggi bas traditions
''f 'oj ** from the citizens of Pearl and on in the Tower ,
i .TbenseattOT the sunbeams of kindness;' leading of> ,..t" -aa &city xsi4: are

"'.Though your deeds may never-"be known, teUmgno one where I was going, wentto in the memorable of art,'romance and
4tekarrest will ripen in.glory* San Francisco. When I arrived I an unbroken ,
: poetry. But theifcrgjiy clo ed
fi-IftheseedDefaithfullysownj. ;hats::
';:ABa life will close with blessing- "tJ had one trunk' containing my clothes, ; all are still for ages; they are UtUejiow hnWononue

And fade into endless day: and money enough to board me cheaply I they were ments or museums. :Tower, which
of the..8'tJlbeam'TIW '
the golden bnee
fa leinto'twilight: grays for a month. a : : they have began so long.bef g |

The next day after my arrival I our national 'them all in

-,:. .. ':'{, looked over the wants in a daily paper. ued .I 'great monu- descendant'-of the "' them..OUi:

: ,5 ,A.Young Widow. One struck my fancy in particular, andI each other as mistress of the
,, ,
.,": ,' ""' ">I at once determined to answer it: I : the history of for 800 years has guard 'thS;symbpls

}. k' A Story" of Real Life. WANTED IMMEDIATELY A 'FIRST- at hall and castle of our national power.' ;It1s''Crue toat

;*'A11' well that ends' ,:welL": :::oio)'BATIIK?. home IT class to competent cook. Good person.I wage. 'and a pleasant in Eu- 'in' point of picturesque" beSftty;:ihe

i He was dead' they told:met and I did put on a plain gray dress I did not the : that they are Tower must yield to some mountain

believe it-my noble, handsome the genius, i rivals. It is not the
; jot, wear the mourning; Harold would not
be and:I the country, of' the Palace of the Popes at
hasbsM I It could not true, have wished it-and called at the address grandeur .
laughed in the face of' the physician There of ser ':Avignon, nor:the' fairy beauty } given. was an ,appallingarray
r ?:; 'when he repeated the assertion. of women in the vestibule of the to ,in Europe I Doge's Palace at Venice, nor tine; :skyline -

ing all three has of ,the Old Palace at Florence 'or
Not twelve hours before I had kissed large house. which. I entered. The.servant ,,
1 ; nor need ef the Castle at fmuch less has
] .old,good-bye, and watched him ride seemed puzzled when she answeredmy Prague
the Temple, it the weird Impressiveness of, >that .
sway over the prairie. It was lovely ring, as to what I was until I said:
of West- skeleton of castles. the upper. city of
day, but to an experienced eye, the "I came to answer your advertise- ,
the bridges and Carcassonne or the piles of Loches
vividly ,
clear-cut,white clouds showing ment."
I lug we are truly of-the
and The
Ceinon glory
.against the dark blue sky, were I She understood, and seated me beside Angers.
:Neither mud .
Tower of London lies in .matchless
,the banners,of the vanguard of a storm. : a fat Irish woman, who looked upon my
neither vest
historical record. Carcassonne beena
'. "'could"'have told 'that diminutive figure with unmistakable
.. :But no one I'I' make' London ruin now for six centuries; the cific
terrible cyclone two hours later would scorn. I in the anti- awl'
palaces of Italy; ,Germany toe
bontnpOR: Cleaving ruin and death One by one they went up stairs and the of her :
:Netherlands had a history,at wctfo>tis
one by one they came down again. .
behind it.
halo which
few hundred years and Avignon,records
; .
Yet so itwas. Two hours after my Judging by their faces, the interviews and the imagi but an episode in the career of the

husband: had .d':.".rwJ"I'I\ : ; were nbt satisfactory; Feeling my have shed over Papacy, ,seventy' years 'of 'servility,
I ascendedthe
't for me and passed from courage take flight, length thethought-
&m sit up ferocity and vice. .
'myl'sight; 'a black,, f nnel:8haPedc10qd stairway and was ushered into the 1 ble city of the The building ofall.o, ers 'which t Ia,
of the house. She
appeared in the south-west, and presence of the lady to historic approaches most
dignity nearly
waS handsome of 40 'with a
a woman ,
hrff an hour;,.later ,it broke over the I ter has an the Tower is that fragment of the great
and vexation on
look of weariness
little. village of Pearl. hs a Minister of palace of the Capetian, beside theSeme
the in
window an
face. Near easy '
''B J.ngelyenough, it swept only the p it to be part .which.now ,survives under'the;
30 whose
chair sat a man perhaps '
western edge of;the palace, leveling the face indicated, that he was recovering no cherish and name of the Conciergerie,'off which the

lew houses: in:Its path, passing on to great public Palais, de Justice, is, the transformed

the town of Albion, where the destruction from a severe illness. crossed us to our nation- Court of' 'Justice, rind of which the
An expression of surprise
was.fearful. Minister of Sainte Chapelle of St. Louis was, the
she asked rl'"x.
Mrs. Davidson's face as : '
of his office '
Behind that screen of
husband caught proper
Harold was
..jltat ,my "Did you answer my advertisementfor f 'preservation ,
brand-new Gothic' restorations with
mthe., plain. right in. the,path of theeJdoneno a first-class cook ?"
: than
as a which the Viollets-le-Duc have :everywhere
: shelter on either side Yes; ma'am," I replied. "I thinkI Uon and trans- monument

which be could reach in time. A par- could please you.". enveloped the ancient

frjf'home-coming(hunters found hima "But-I beg your &pardon-you do .which, is of France. Parisians,,if they only knew
still find the fortress of their
it, might
few hours after the storm bad passed, not look like a cook." and
Ij face:downward on. the prairie, I felt my face flush as I answered : ancient monarchywotthy'to'compMe:
with the aid
in historical importance with the Towerof
-where the cyclone had dropped him af- One need not be less of a lady because : g companies '
'ter carrying: him no one knows how far. one is a cook." 'I
found dead a allies, are We are far too apt to think of the
The hone he rode was "No doubtfully. Have you ever
: mile farther bac$. Tower as a mere prison, .and to dwel
been in service ?
. but of Rome
too long upon its bloody memories.
: -.1. hac\. .., been.. .glad that' he was away "No, madam," I answered? ; "butI and every Prison it is, far the most memorable in

, tram home out of reach of the storm, can give you testimonials as to charac- It is '
a com-
the world, or at least second only to the
\ tense dreaming that he was right in its ter, and! should be glad to prove to Prefects, Mamertine Prison by the CapitoL Bat

.way on the prairie ; and so when they you that I can cook. Pleace do not everywhere
it is not a whit more prison than it is
t brought him in white and still, I would think," I added eagerly, interpreting to make
fortress, or palace or seat of ,govern-
: allow myself to think of nothing only the perplexed look on her face, "that of New
ment or court of judgment and court
that he had fainted. When; the doctor because I was not born in that station of Works
j Tecord. It is a prison by accident,
,and others came to me faying : Try I of life that I shall expect to be treated to us oUr'anci-
or by consequence ; not that it was built
and bear .it Mrs. Howard hus- differently from other servant.
; your any I form in which
destined to be a s
as a prison,.or. ever
tend, has been dead hours," I said, Being compelled to earn my living I it is not a little prison ; but because all governments

"It is not so 1" And then r grew angry have chosen this in preference to any moment he of'
seek to have prisoners state in the
at'they should tell me so dreadful other method. Will you look at my of all
, most central and secure ,seat of, their
j a thing, and breaking away from letters?" offering two or three. H" power. The Tower is not more bloody

them I threw myself down beside him, She took them and crossing the room us what West than the Crown of England' or,the history -

caning: him all the old loving names, : gave one or two to the gentleman by : days of the of England. It has been the home ,

and pressing passionate kisses on his the window, who had not seemingly before him the
of some of our,greatest rulers,the scene
face been listening to the conversation.
the Abbey. of some of, the wisest. councils.. the
But he was silent and cold-so cold Evidently the letters were satisfactory, us the Tower treasure-house'" the most precious

that the chill from his lips struck in for after a few low-toned remarks, it still served things, and the subject of some of the

I thoughtI Davidson returned to me, saying : '
nay heart. I could not see. Mrs. e, but freed noblest poetry in our language. The

dying too, and was glad. "I will try you. :My nephew is just the stupid Tower has" really a' fourfold 'character R Rand

But lived., If grief killed women I recovering from a fever, and I shall years had a fourfold history. It is. palace,

,few of us would be living. want you to exert your utmost skill in fortress, treasure-house and seat of government

The gray clouds of November hung his behalf." of the three ; it is only prison as part of the

orerthe earth when I was strong enough Ringing the bell she ordered the servant London, and functions of a fortress. Perhaps the ;

: face ,life again. The necessity of who answered, to take me to the the head of all reason why we Londoners usually- : '
earning a living was brought sharply to kitchen, adding : the world. It gard the Tower as a prison ,is that too ,

,tty remembrance when 1 found myself "You may tell whoever calls hereaf- example of a many of us visit it children. ,or in company ;

r: Marly. .. penniless. ter that I have engaged a cook." class, contin with children,'and"then the tales

; T4y girlhood's had been in Alwyl. "I followed the girl to the kitchen, by the same about racks,martyrs,the young princes

{ ;. I.had' married ,Harold ,against and shortly after Mrs. Davidson appeared of the same and the Traitor's Gate'form the natural

: Jproud i old'father's express command.' and gave orders for dinner, in times of the I I staple of the talk.-London Times.

r tared him, therefore it mattered little forming me that I should have to as- I the civil build-

to me that he'was poor.But sist in waiting upon the table when can show the -

.father was exceedingly angry that my wages The
; : there was company ; history.
At one of the schools in Cornwall,
'the I
t his only daughter should throw would be $12 a month and that she of the great the teacher asked the children I
i fcoBlf :away on a penniless ,fortune- would send the coachman to my board- : Church of the of
if they could quote any text' Scrip
; :tomter, as he chose to call my husband. ing house that night for my trunk. I few religious ture which forbade a.man having two

Iknew that Harold was not a fortune- life for me i show
1 Then began a strange can a wives. Due of the children sagely
,toniter,so I married him, and we came I mournedmy no civic build- I
to yet I was not unhappy. quoted in reply the text "No man can
Kansas and settled in the little town
alienation restored
or husband, I grieved over my nor, a serve two masters."
>PearL Our short year of married from father ; but I gave satisfaction -I seat of govern- '
'*fc ..
hid known Now all was -
no cloud. to my employer, because I 3 so vast a re-

.,* fed. I was a widow at twenty, could cook to perfection. An exchange says clergymen would

'the': daughter of a rich man, therefore, I had no friends. The has entered make good brakemen on our railroads
.'.* edto the methods of earning yrtof. servants looked upon me as a of its continu because they have done a good deal of
other .
could not appeal to my father.
t avis but I managed to secure of the English coupling.
Mhad ,raga ,
'"I!:' :' disowned me, and I had inheri-

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... /' ; "r .: iD1e.'l: ItA". UYer. many people are.doing. CITY March POINT.. 4w 48' & FLIT URNS. TitusvWe Wm. Scott.nIL. '.L".... J
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f.. .... 'f1f, .,to'tbe"ieJl. the .
,. .o.. I :::: '- < \ matter,but they havea TINWARE. THRASH.Sanford tt

.t '# .... .. had""""..........tor.: 't1LTM.u. : ,-,;s. combination of pains and '
!.l /--t. hII been aches and each month Hoof : J .
e: err- : they Corn : ,
.f .. ", net.it be conP grow .worse.The Mr.Scott is now located actTlq_(
? l. -a. Cures Cracked,Hoofs, Sprains,' Q-Real Estate Law a epeeiap t4I{

I"'IIIG.nnm-ODen only sure 'remedy and Sores in Hay, C B. MAGRITDER, !
: Jialt{.xX1I111gtaa& IedQ. 'Thdrs yet found_'is' BROWN'S,IRON tAND

:,: ...,,I T ,$ .., jIa'our.JIUt,. 'BITTERS,'and this by raid'and' Horses Ctttit art .. Etc.also NOTARY PUBLIC

, ;;1' ...".1:.. '1 M't"' WB;SIwdesls thorough assimilationwith 1 .; Rockledge, *

: ;twei!1Mf1i:bfc*fcooto,to the Board of the blood punks and,\ Ask your Storekeeper for

1 'lO.l.ya; .., a.-. -_:last Monday. enriches it,'and rich,strong agents for ... :jypKOR 8. JONES.ATTORNEYATLAW. st 1

"' <\ Jiaaihe blood flowing to every part direct to the Reeds' Sons, f;' ;"'"
. .
. (1 tries"erm t1io ioiir saed for u' at"'his of the system repairs the AMERICAN ., .CLOTHIERS, ,
wasted tissues drives out
iaee.'LflieiilMced_ bj :I. W. Titusville, .
disease: and health and
' gives to be seen at store. :
;Tn'iiiitad'cale tie rr3i edof him at OIL, CO. -'
+ .. strength. E. KSCHSll.
'11" .... NOTIONS M.
fi. ,- fb'. :...,'.=jf. 1I"\ef.' '"that' .Norwood'. HackUotvfflcMryyoutriweekly This is why BROWN'S Cleveland, : : : DRY GOODS Notary Public State at Lag.:
? 'to Enter- IRON BITTERS will cure and all business
. me pmmpttly .
.. .... medhg. .- ,itJit1" e'St.'Johns River kidney and liver diseases, ( Wing FnrnisMDE Goods to attended to. h "

:' steamers. for ,Jacksonville.. Fare toEaterpme consumption, rheumatism, 44 U. Office at bis resideace;-
, ,,$4.... neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala- Laundry Tilusville, Florist.
j* .
T.:Johnson,of LaGnnge,informs us ria, intermittent fevers, &c. M. Dixon, D COWIE. --:

that the'aocond,nine,:of the Magnolias Preeerves Linen;gives a '
Mr. Simon Ctaaeluid. a will jJ\
:will give the tat nine(sociable at the known citizen HaJ'ClYi1Ie.llcade ish, prevents the iron from Dealer in Physician and SurgsML
, shop at LaOraage, but he failed county.Kentucky lays: "My wife
cooper had been sick for a loon time and .
,mention the day., her constitution was aO broken labor. o- Medicines, .Chemicals, Titusville. floriii.g ..

][ ;Otto Vim and lady and father don and hewas unable to work. and Toilet Articles, "
r She was advised to use Brown's Iron F. GRAY.
: ,arrived at this place few days ago and Einers.aud found it to work like a FIVE CENTS A Dye-stun Faints Oils .
chum. We would be with. .
have taken charge of the Titus House. not BOW Watch Maker and Ie......
out it for any'consideration as we Ask for it. brushes,&almost everything '
.'Mr.Yosi will probably open the, House consider it the best look in the your Storekeeper by a first-class Drug House. ALL WORK w 1LUiTKD.. *
world. drug, medicine or in- Work orders left with P.E. ,6'
soon for the winter season. Wutr Or tt
STANDARD OIL ., needed by customers Post Office Tltnavllle or with A.Bnuhr u La
The' 'Court House is being: much improved BROWN'S IRON BITTERS on hand will be ordered. Grange will receive prompt attention; WQlkt. ,
: 'in appearance by the addition of is not a drink and does not Cleveland, : : carefully compounded In Tltusvllle every Monday.

;'thorough printfafc will render it an1 ornament only preparation of Iron competent persons. Iy36
to our'town and county. fc that causes no injurious ef- FOR INDIAN Will continue the practice of Kedielae ti.

;,'. ._-3; A.McCrory, president of the IndIui fects. Get the genuine.Don't HART mrB'8 Titusville and vicinity,
with ..
: imposed on Agency.
Slier and Northern Transportation Office atJ. M. Dixon's DrugStore.pA

Company informs us that the company imitations. Rockledge undersigned having opened a
B. 11AWM3Y D. D.8.
has received their patent from Tallahasseeand I ,
The Steamer
'that work will be commenced next S Visiting Dentist
week on the routed. Will leave Sanford and pleased to receive subscriptionsto
Makes frequent trips to Indian, Elm.
LMrs.James Fritchard and ,daughter, ery Tuesday for Kockledge, any Lake Worth, &c.

: .Katie, returned to this place last Friday leave Sanford and Enterprise or Newspaper published. P. O. Address, New Smyrna Floridi
.r Lake and Titusville
.evening. They have' been spending the LATEST."THE every Plaintiff.'S. -o-
in New York. We RETURNINGWill c.
summer months are .
trouble and
expense by apply
.g1&d't.' .learn that Katie is much improved leave Lake Poinsett CHAS. NAUMAN Justice of the Peace and

.in health by.her stay at'.the. north. FAIR nesday at 4 p. m., and Salt Notary Public State-at-Laife.
-We return many thanks to Major 6. Saturday at 9 a. m. for Subscription Agent, Also Commissioner of Deeds for the State of

.:J.Alden,of New Smyrna, for, specimen (MACKENZIE'S,) Prompt close connections P. O.,Brevard county, Fla. FESNSYLVA51A. .

; ,of the Japanese .Persimmon. We have daily line steamers for SLOOP "AGNES Office at the Haul-Over.

,tasted them and pronounce them very Offers SpecialInducements all points North. T. JOHNSON "O K8D11T1'.
commanded by
fine. The one Major'Alden gave its measured Capt. Joe
.: ten inches and a quarter in ,circum 3 tf JOHN MCLEAN, Notary Public, stat..t....,..,

.' ference. in all Notice. regular trips on Indian River. and

Mr. E.H. Bice,of this place,' had, the hike. Circuit Court, Seventh CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OF Justice of the Peace.

sad misfortune last:week to find one of Lines cuit of Florida, Brtmurd ,Dry Goods .Court day, first Saturday of each month.
his hone's broken the LA GRANGE 'Florida
legs necessitating George F.Ensey, Canned Goods -
death of the animaL It is thought to vs. }

have been done by some malicious person. Of Goods William B.Sum Moore.sworn to 8200.It Boots and Shoes, LA GRANGE STORE ,

He also a day,or two later, on entering appearing from the Shoes In great variety; Prints all Always on hand a general assortment' .of .

his stable,found one of his mules terribly We nave some Bargains In in the court that the patterns. low prices. GeODS. ;
cut with hatchet.. .The hatchet B. Moore cannot be found 4'
a, was dant and all interested or CloiMi, Met Articles, -STRICTLY CASH.E. .-
found afterwards which had been used, SHOES, CLOTHING, hereby notified of the NOTIONS. L. Brady.
and it was evident that some one had this suit by attachment. That "
For the cash only January 1st 1883 1 yr 36
made the cut with the hatchet and left it Ladies' And Misses' Hats, ment has been issued against 15,46 6m.
chattels and credits of
As it found Florida Manufacture.
there. was away from the and he is hereby required
ground the mule could not have rolled on CROCKERY and plead,answer or demur to COOPERAGE.Syrup .
it. tion filed in said cause on or Barrels $2.50. AMAZON PAINT WORKS.

.'. ', GLASSWARE. first Monday in February a. d. .
Notice. same being rule day, or to order, ten cents extra. ,
given against him by default.A. .
If the parties that purloined a galvanized Fancy Goods, Buttons, A. Barrels, and Oval Water manufacturers of the
anchor from my residence in Titus- Clerk of circuit court Brevard
',"iJ .ville will return the same in as sly a manner LACES, RIBBONS, &C., Oct.1, 1883 23 i Breakers AMAZON READY-MIIED PAINTS
as they took it, as the parties are
quite well known, it will save them from Notice. : : $2.00: : : Up. in all shades and ready forIOlmedlate
.. "pr ecution. F. B. SACKETT.Titusville That can't be beat anywhereCOME. State of Florida,
,September 271883.2t County of Brevard.} Tanks Vse.

Notice. INJUSTICE'S COUKT. kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. Climate.and
; To William B. Moore: Specially Adapted For This .

PROPOSALS for making a road south of You are hereby notified that JOHNSON grinders ofPure
Titusville and also orpainting the CourtHouse attachment has been issued n i
at Titusville will be received until and your property attached : : Florida. White Lead
,the first Monday in 'November 1883, at C. J. HECTOR the demand of L. Warrock ,
i the Clerk's Office in Titusville. The Boardof amounting to Thirty-five LUMBER & Colors In Oil.
sixty-one cents. Now, unless
county commissioners reserve the rightto appear before J. A. ) furnished to order on short notice Offiofeand Factory, ._
reject any and all bids. Specificationsfor Hardware and judge and ex-officloJustlce of .
the above work may be found at theClerk's In and for the county of at 818.00 per thousand. No. 26 Ocean street,

Office, Titusville.By office at Titusville Florida, & SHINGLESAlways JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
order Board of county commissioners day of December \. D. 1SS3 at .
.l6Y"8end lkt.CII
for color card and price
P. D. WESSON, Chairman, General Produce p. m.judgment will be on hand.
Per A. A.STEWART, you and your property sold : .9
Clerk of Board of county col1lDl ssioners. MERCHANT debt. MAGRUDER & CO. TItOIllaReCuraIo; !U
October 3,1883. 23 4w Dated this the 1st day of
S. RYDER. .70Q.. Ia O \>D 1&IIaD. _
1883. 2m D. ... ,ao-
,NOTICE. Melbourne Florida' Attorney for I1 .LL Taetw lt3tACHERSWANTED Igra._
November 10th ItSO. ft 47 ROCKLEDGE,
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
September 21, 1883.} $100.00 A WEEK Notice. received and continues to keep. !P.P.
NOTICE is hereby given that the fol- State of Florida, a full and complete stock of Gro [ IIt'JUU&duns a"
lowing-named settler has filed notice of good We can energeticAgents guarantee, the above amount to Countof- Brevarl1.} Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps In ).C McCUBUY; & Q..l'bll..lplu...r L
his Intention to make final in In Justice's
proof support Court. and General Merchandise .
of his claim. and that said proof To William B. Moore: AGENTS Wanted OOk; .Bibi ;
Ladies as well as gentlemen, mako a success description. Ask for whatever tsortcuatt r; tutxiet
made before A.A. Stewart. clerk You ;
will be notified
In the b1 lne8L Very little capital required. are hereby that "'-i._pnce_selli"_"_C.. aftdI_ .roerywllcre.U_ ... ..._=
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circuit court Titusville,Fla., on Tuesday We have a household article alablo asflour. attachment has been issued want. One price to all. Canned 1' 1'4..1> -
November 6th 1883 viz: F. W. It Hells Until and your property attached every description a specialty.LUMBER .
Comstock, of Melbourne, Fla., D. S.534 It is used every day In every family. You do the demand of Thomas TOURO INSTITUTE.
for the north half of northwest quarter ''I not harvest need for to all explain who its embrace meriu.this There golden III a rich amounting to One hundred (JEWISH COLLEGIATE ESTABLISHMENT
and southeast quarter of northwest quar- portunity. It costs you only one cent to learn unless you shall appear before 1 FOR BOTH SEXES,) NEWPOKT 1L I.:
ter of Section 3, Township 23 S. Range what our business L,. Buy a postal card and Crory county judge and furnished to order on short notice! Principal, Rev.AbrahamP.3lendeellm-
3S East. --a.eHe ., r write tus and to full us and particulars we will send you our pnMpec- tice of the Peace in and for ; I ister of rue, Newl-ort; late
names the following witnesses to FREE : Brevard at his office at Titus per Dressed lum. preacher Span and Portuguese conrepation -

prove his continuous residence upon and And we know you will derive more good: than da on the 3rd day of 820.00 to 821.00 per thousaud. ,London, Enjr., 20 years Principal
cultivation of said land viz: James T. yon hare any idea of. Our reputation as a at 4 o'clock p. m.judgment P orthwick London Situated
& college etc
Bassett Alden Bolton.C.W. Bolton and manufacturing company U such that we can tiered against you and your SHINGLES ,
not afford to deceire. on highest iwrtiuii of close to IVllevueAvc.
Write to us on a postal to the debt. city
George Damon, of Melbourne.'Fla. pay
and give your address plainly and receive always on hand. Ample groundVery nit ."a lttl1nTangement.oc.
23 5w L.A.Barnes: full particulars. 21 )y.Uuckeje Dated this the 1st day of
.; Register U. S. Land Office. M'f'g. Co. Marion, Ohio. 1SS3. 2m T. H.SatiDEUs: P. M. FISHER. time. Send for. Pupils circulars.: admitted:!l-1w at any


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