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 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 11, 1883
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
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System ID: UF00075901:00069
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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t lovaCLDIU'L..,. .', ,. t ; 'Tadiao..liver a examples: they than healthful T Much ot,tie .year,;and TAXTlTiSSo> .,. o nr. port facto law. Aid! ia tb eState CIIII ._:..t_
'k .''''..-irea.- .b"" Pa comIIpOII-Mt- cam powtine. oranges in all.that region nearly all the simmerrwe.: hive'easterly For the Ylaekts Star.*' ([ of New Jew n WU on I QM*
} VA_of either Inteldgenee or .b from..flat of Decanter nntOr the winds, they come pare'itrom the, ocean' :We havesaid much about.the unconstitutionality 16t'to',161' J"Co d.L.l5thiatawt;
. ) "JidMniloaeWDg dvrLidi t k picked: bin constant danger ;of with no malaria in their breath, they -of our tax deeds and tax says"that in till ease of fleteher v i Patk

.,::1.,,- ."I".tl wore Tv pe onodiy igaosant"tariaiu leug frozen on the trees,hence the early Como pule from the ocean'with'no 'malarial laws, it has occurred to me that it might supra, it was Bedded 'this eorit' o.

U is the climatic conditions ,of market overstocked and prices: depresed *- region intervening' ,, 'as these winds be well if your valuable paper ,could;' af- solettM rgamiDr.. much dsiaitioa

..eotatof Florida and the Indianini -,"by theei endangered:_product Hare pals over the State to the.west,especially ford the space, to refer to a few of the that this provision .tl.liil'd..LI:
?=- ;1 rt 1ar'.L bare in the glower without any f ear of loosing hk during the hot months earl succeeding leading cases and authorities, applicableto extends to ewucO to wUst'a1 Aatf it
5. -'abbvv.lfcft' 'case of the Fkaid.Serald crop by freezing can consult both tray mile contributes. its.quota,of.noxious;'vapora our own improvident legislation on this party as weD as to contact M.-.'iadi:

' ':'iiueynn dent., who said, aj pnblhWd in .lit and his convenience. in the matter'of : bat there are local modifying in- point.. Judge Cooly, in his treatises -on vidMoZt. i.

;'k .' .Bci*of Aug. Wth-"these till,'tree* atlJB of his crop The bulk of it is told in i 4aence tJi i t>t iakethe centialaitd' "west constitutional limitations, page,369,says ,Every Statue waicb. takea easy car k-

>1' '...ai together with an almost, .iapene- February and ,March ern parts comparatively healthfulin also. "that legislature baa no power _to establish jaM vested rigkta,Mkr,prior$ kwi*tet
-. 'Istik,l of plants and lIhruJ..t I Dr.'.Baldwin'table of temperatures 'in ;As'eompated: : with the Gulf coast we are rules 'which'' ,under. pretence. ofregulating be considered at titii mpxtiuu and ?<;posed -

'.. ..'.__&atiDg.tlaheri styled bid Climatology of 1'1oridagiveaJe..than co ter'iD summer and warmer In winter, evidence altogether, prohibits to***d.prfpctyUa,tt:,jupiji'ndaauii

:jjji.gaigin are of special practical t lvalue 4*as the difference between the yearly and more exempt from malaria,frosts and a party from exhibiting righter In and is.,oid.' (:Trostecs of' I Dartmemthcollege

.. "J.atriDIlhelt.er and protection:,to their means of Jacksonville' and Fort' Fierce fogsi.: 'As'a sanitarium this region* has judicial. investigation. .the. laws. .of the land VB Woojkard 4, Wlm 'Ml, '
abuts in the United States. .
; 'j boas fruit trees a gainsthe cold winds oti Indian River. From this one might When equal our climatic advantages become requires a trial and there is no, trial, if 4 CondRepta' 63 i ,Davis w.0..'Iitpiil4Gr '
,. .imes during the winter months conclude that at any given time the'tempeature generally known and we get accommodations only one party is suffered to produce,'his Iowa 168, Wriftt vs.March,aQr<< M.) .+
aetp; '1CIW Merritt's Island from, theicraad of the'two places must be nearly and means of communication that evidence." "A statute making a tax-deed This question about .ta>4- ides.and/:,._-

,A beat upon 'this western alike. 'But the mean'temperature of a I, shall be commensurate with our natural conclusive evidence of a ..complete title, deeds, has already been dedda' ,;lr tt1eWiao6nslnssdIot1hOI
.. advantages this lowePAtlantic coast're State off chi '
; i courts ad tao s,
'! 'donate is not a measure of.'its thermal gion will be not only the Saratoga of and precluding the original owner: 'from t iagststasesilaliar .
-f -t.. Vo*be it known to the Florida Htrald value for the production 'of tropical "'or U>rida but of. the United States. showing its invalidity' :would therefore to the Florida statmai on.;wkiek *estate
1 .apd cite rest ofosanl3nd:, 1 even seml-'tropical product but it is the JAS.H4WmTLIsland be void as not a law regulating evidence, of Florida is iapw-giving taxr.Mdsvnconttitutional
F UL.We bav@no."cold;winds from the extremes of 'temperature''that tell the Home, Brevard' Co. Florida' but an unconstitutional confiscation of and fa we have show*that

'1, ,idastiG at any season of theyeir.-iev. story, -of fitness and is the real measure'of September, ,19th- ._1883..1.'. property," '(citing Grovesback,,,"ys Seely our 61 and Federal 62 pace courts 89 to would be ex also paetlMi JloJd'1eC.nd.- $.;

;% _ethtre,1D1. ,/ r thermal value.' As an illustration' we .St. Lids Iteas.. 13 Mich. B. 329." ).(Case'vs Dgaq,16 Mich therefore.vor4, *<. + .
; .JIlL. ,In. winter no:winds from the At wiU take San Diego on the Pacific' coast, Ten Mile creek settlers have'to "shoo" R13,) White vs,Flynn, 23, lod. .B. 46) When iriU the sovereign state q ;'Ffcc- '
:-1. k teti; .>w?. across Merritfs Island," and Savannah" on the Atlantic, their annual the wild turkeys to keep them off'their (Smith" vs Cleveland. 17, Wis. Ro'516,) Ida exercise her dear rignts to "allnnclaimei ,

/srgncaweping.inda": in the winter" mean is about the same but theirextremes seeds while they are being planted. (AUin vs Armstrong 16 Iowa 508,)Waul- by ao doing lands'witbin avoid all .cflaattetfjectiona border>> r I''and cab-

M from the other.way. Both bur cold differ.so much that in the region Travellers have to scratch for water in tOn vs White 19 Ind. R. 470,) People vs as well u all t or,.,.' ,Iaved
wrist jjfti'our. AaRy.winds in winter.are of San Diego'limes and lemons as well as the St. Johns prairie. The,:dryness of Mitchell 45, Bart.,, 212.) How could it Clauses in Spanish grants, as to*1 T JIJR-
:fteat the' rest and north west' Becau oranges are successfully grown and they the season is unprecedented.. ever be made to appear whether the property payment of taxes.;-arid by avoiding ,her 11

asstlead: north.ast winds have a, bad are as exempt from.frost as points on theAtlantic If the next Grand Jury"will look close, was taken by.due process of law, improvident legialatloB,put tht$Iae;'.

:jpotation? 'elsewhere,many seem to take coast 200 to 800 miles south of they'll find work to do not ,a thousand' or 'not without the. right to,thaw what .pop

"ft far granted that it must be the, same Savannah and an annual mean > -:,, tore 10? higher. As before obeerved it is Charleton Swain reports.Sheriff ,Richards In the last session laws of Florida, page ...T.. ", i 1
,Ihe polar- current that chills the blood not. 'the. mean ,temperature but the extremes as"very low." 39,sec 63,it is said ,"it shall not be, necessary _NEW SXTBXI, FbAnQci,. 8 1381.,

of Kef' England has no influence that tell the story.. At this.pointwe There is a distinction without a difference for the State to procure a deed but Editor Star: f .t <' '.
rath of Cape Cod, and the piercing north are nearly a, degree north of Fort between making a man drunk on the titlethaUbchtld to kin the State and the The excitement ofc the 38th mfc. lurk
art 1Mda that are a terror to the north- Fierce and about two degrees south of lager beer and making him drunk'on certificate shall be evidence of tke title of the died out, but it kit an effbetby. :atakbi6 ;

: em-,Alkntic,States, gradually their Jacksonville,and while the difference in brandy peaches. State" In the ca e of(McCready vs Sexton the boys have the Base Ball fever, tad
tip as they; travel southward, so the annual mean of Fort Fierce and Jacksonville Aunt Polly's logic: "Of course the &IOU 389) thecourtsays"ifon partyonly last Thursday,organized a club nider
dot their force as a- climatic factor is is leas than 4, the difference between world aint round-ah. Ef 'twas-ab,the is allowed to produce evidence and the the name of the "Cracker!Boys" and,fro

atady spent by,the time they reach Cape Jacksonville and our Island Homeof cows on 'tother side would be heels up- other is estopped or precluded from producing expect to beat,the "Athletes" 'and,,Magnolias

,HsttOTS- ," Charleston knows little, Jack- a winter morning sometimes. thirty 'ards-ah.' his such denial is effectually depriving sometime.' The New Smyrna
.soaviUe less, while Cape Canaveral and degrees,while the usual difference is from ,A Mrs. Panther and her twins head the him of his property without due Yacht Club met Saturday' the. 29th of j

'u hvard know. .nothing of cold north ten to fifteen degrees. I mention the list of our early visitors this season. She process of law,and that statute making September and hold another meeting tonight

ntvinds.. And the'reason is so much morning because ,about sunrise is the creates a sensation whenever she appears a tax deed conclusive evidence of a com- to complete the organization, .v ,. may
pan the..surface and so'apparent that it coldest part of the day, the morning temperature and fresh pork and spring chicken are plete title and preluding the original it lie'longand, prosper. ( .f-
f -Ao.I'strange that any observing man of Dec. 8th 1882 at Jacksonville' among the dainties affected by her and owner from showing its invalidity would It has got so that a. m .cannot, .. .safedrive' ],
MJd fail to Bee it. Our north-easterly; was 36, and here it was 66, this difference her playful progeny. therefore be void as nova law regulating I the ,hogs but of his yard. While

!iiadi for a thousand miles or more V tray: obtains only in winter, in the sum- We hear that a very serious charge evidence but an unconstitutional confiscation Albert Boardman was driving some hogs

tsefthe surface of the Gulf Stream. mer the difference is in the opposite directum. was recently preferred against a prominent of property," (citing Cooly as out of the hotel barnyard, Mr. Sheldon

;.Vast wonder then that they should DOt Our,yearly thermal range seldom citizen .of, this county before his above, 390 391.) The 62d section of the the oWner of the hogs came by, and some' s

to cold?. The only wonder is that any reaches sixty degrees, while that of: Honor, Mr. Justice Rice of Titusville.His last statute of Florida, 'page 36, makes angry words were exchanged,aridlfr. S. a

aaasihk man should ever, suppose they Jacksonville. often,exceeds, seventy and Honor, we are informed tested the "the certificate" conclusive 'evidence of went to the Justice of the peace?Mr
'roe:cold.- And the thermal recoil is sometimes reaches eighty degrees, I com- evidence and decided' that, although it the title of the State. Swartengreen, and swore out a''' "warrant

jnst what such surroundings would indicsti.vwW pare Jacksonville with. this place for two was sufficiently strong,' there was not Both section 61 and 62' above quotedare for him. "So wags the world."' :Ae

;, e will'begin with Dec. 1882. reasons: 1st I have the record of the two enough, of it to -jug the other party also "ex post.facto law." Section 61 steamer Greenwich yesterday!morning
Dec'6 'the more complete than other points. 2nd "startling outpourings" said our inform- with about 5,000 limes aboard, from
,m morning wind N. W, deducts 4 years from the 7 years statute
'terpeatare 66, ,changing to N'E tempe because many people know nothing the ant, "are yet expected if the mouth of a of limitations of actions by owners of Major O. J. Alden's'place. The.repairs

tire 74; Dec. 6th, morning N W. Florida,climate, except what they have certain witness is opened. My goodness! real property. In the case of (Calder vsBell on the Ocean House are rapidly drawingto

ta.perstare 60, changing to E tempera- learned at Jacksonville. Our usual rangein Is there really anything in that witness 1 f 3 Dallas B.,386,) (1 cond R. 172,) a close. ''The place has a far different
ton-IS0;' Dec.7th, morning N W, tem&areao'changing summer.is ten degrees,in winter ten to If there is Judge Rice had better call ina the Supreme Court of the U.S. says that, appearance K.fo what it had a ;year ago. i
',. to E temperature fifteen degrees, except, when the wind is lawyer to help him. draw it out. "every law that alters thelegal rules of Mr. E. Lowd's house is steadily approaching j

7B',Das.8th;morning NW; 66 chang- N ,V.in the morning, and hauls to the LAGRANGE..... ITEMS. evidence and receives: less or different completion., He is going."to-
't .D ".XE, 75; The wind was not N E eastward during the day, when the range testimony than the law originally required have a first rate house. Cspf aia 101m' ;

.ajsia-bttil the 18th,'morning N ,W, 39darling is 15 to 20 degrees, and in extreme cases It is whispered: at the time of the commission of the Gardner has commenced to plank his new '
boat. She will be 25 feet over all ,
to N E 7fr it Nagdn E reaches 30 offense in order the and! : j
; was not degrees. That the public school will be openedon to convict, offender is '
. 11 feet beam, V,bottom. Mrs. (Ieo. E.
until January 3rd 1883, morning The usual daily range at Jacksonvillein Monday next with a Mr. Watts 'of! "ex poet facto" and these and similar Mendell and children arrived home ,
N, W,,64,'changing to NE1r' ; Jan. summer is from 10 to 20 degrees, often Illinois as teacher. laws are manifestly unjust and oppressive.: the Greenwich. We the on
MUi morning s W 68* to E & That the Magnolias doff their hats Every law' that tales expect by appearance -
to
changing exceeding 20, in winter from 20 to 80 degrees away or impair of Mr. MendeU's 'face
that it
N 8,82.;:J n. 23rd, a cloudy day, rain, often exceeding 30. Without Mr. Arthur Feaster of Enterprise, for a rights vested agreeable to existing lawsis made him very happy, as she ,has been

,>-.e!nd,N & N ]8;' 58. doubt Jacksonville has a climate the new ball and bat, presented to them in retrospective and is generally unjust. gone since the,fore part of July. .Wm.. .

Hew examples are enough to give a equal of which cannot be found in the honor of their recent victory over the Those laws that create or aggravate the Wallace Jeft on the steamer Greenwich
dr idea of the temperature of our N E United States outside of Florida,but the Stars at New Smyrna on the 28th nit crime or increase punishment or change yesterday morning for Jacksonville where
'W indi in winter ranging from 60 up- winter climate of De Land is superior to That LaGrange was so christened in the rules of evidence for the purpose of he expects to remain sometime. ,

vrdi. In spring and autumn we have that of Jacksonville, in that it is both 1877, having been recognized formerly asa conviction are "ex poet facto? (citing 2 X.Y. Z. .
,EandvKE storms, the temperature of warmer and dryer, and our Indian River portion of Sand Point. (Titusville.) Lord Raymond 1352,) deciding that the ... ,
"Well varies very little from the winter climate is superior to. both of them in That we have not heard of any steps statute (7 Gro. chapter 2 par. 8 affect- To Dixie.
5 E being taken to secure that church bell as ing contracts made before the statute "ex "Querist" thanks for
winds. Nov.5, 1882, we had a heavy that it is not only warmer and dryer ;you informinghim
,H E storm with 2.57 inches of rain, the than either of them, but far more equable.De yet. Will not some enterprising citizen post facto." Again this court (S. C.U.&) ;though one need not be exceedingly
oming temperature was 71 afterwards Land has'both a daily and annual start the ball to rolling. says (3 Dallas 386,) that the true con- learned in the law to apprehend the technical -

fr2ingto70, March 91883 in the after- thermal range much greater than withus That Mr. Needham Bryant leaves today struction and meaning of the prohibitionis difference between "Escheat" and
"wn we had a rainfall of .6 of an inch its yearly range is about the same as to spend a few weeks with his rela- that the State pass no law to deprive a 'Tax-sale." 'You would have the Stateof

from the N E at a temperature of 74. Jacksonville and not unfrequently shows tives and friends in Middle Florida. citizen of any right vetted in him by ex- Florida, in the exercise of"her sover-

.Case are fair samples of the temperate a range in winter of 30 degrees or more That Mr. A. Brady, county school Superintendent isting laws. This court also held that eign right of Eminent Domain,"advertisethe

of our E and N E rain storms in in 5 hours, but the greatest difference be- starts this week on a tour the ex post facto prohibition applies to owners of "Spanish Grants" to come V f
'PriDe and fall. tween this point and De Land is the temperature of inspection, visiting and arranging the civil rights as well as criminal. In the forward by a certain day and prove their 1

]tte general excellence o{ our Florida of our winter mornings, this schools all over the county, The right case of (Fletcher vs Peck 6 Cranch 89 to property, under the pain and penalty of j 1'',
donate: is.such that it is difference is sometimes as much as 22, man in the right place. 148) (2 cond. R. 322) that an ex post having them escheat to the State. This 1 i
*U about alike but many this is suppose mistake. as is shown by the record for Nov. 1st That the Magnolias have laid away de facto law is one which renders an act would be a forfeiture, just what a "tax- I '
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wane here a 1882. It will be seen from the above that bat and de ball, punishable in a manner in which it was sale" works, if it wire anything;but it is
at our Island Home we raise And don't 'spec to use 'm agin die fall. I'
rise is equable climate. Indeed not punishable when .it_ was committed, nothing. If there are owners there can
choicest ours a very
tropical fruits and in the will send
plants That LaGrange a delegationdown
Pm jfcwitiwut;; this Atlantic coast region from Cape' Ca- such a law may inflict penalties on the be no esheat. "Tax-sales" are the only
protection. At Palatka, to witness the game of ball betweenthe
Jacksonville naveral southward in point of climate is person or may inflict pecuniary penalties remedy, and the law and precedents of
or St. Augustine such fruits Awkwards of City Point and Athletesof Florida and I
all that be desired. It be said which swell the public treasury. The legis- encourage strengthen them.
ttdplaats can may
cannot be raised under Your
Titusville and
except next Saturday afternoon. numerous ornamental constitutional -
P* or other costly protection. Many that such an even temperature is monot- That Mr. L G. Stringfellow has disposed lature is then prohibited from passing a citations are all lost; A"tax-sale"ill ,
the reader that sucha law by which a man's estate or any partof "due of law." I wish '
"rang.to cultivate these fruits find, as onous. I can assure of hit stock of merchandise to Mr. process now to reciprocate !
is both enjoyable and healthful it shall be seized for ,a. crime whichwas the compliment of legal refer-
*writes monotony
to me from the latitude of W. :M. Thomas of Titusville.
for I also know not declared by some previous law ence. And though it have only analogical t
cSsanvflle! saying: "Alas I am too far I speak advisedly That in the race for Sheriff of Brevard bearing on the present matter, I refer t
him liable that
to render to punishment.Why .
IOrthlmt I did not know it four years what diversity means, having endured county the LaGrange man. "was sho fer you to the recent case of ex-parte Wall,
of cold from freezing, to 79 then should violence be done to the before the U. S. Court for the 1
.fS0-?, Many coming from a region where all degrees to come out behin'." Supreme !
petton below and all the gradations heat from natural meaning of the words for the latitude given "due process of law." As
cannot be raised because of ex- That the sociable given in honor of the of the to the fatuity of Florida legislators, I am i
leaving to legislature the
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necold find thawing to range Magnolias by the 2nd nine at the
; all the paradise they cooper acquainted with at least one State Sena- j
We neither scorched in summer Wednesday last the power of seizing for public use the estate of: I
nt'wtere there is no snow to shovel 222 are shop on evening was tor who LJ sufficiently caJ"Lble'of under- a
sad otangea can be but in by the burning breath of arid desert, event of the season. Numerous cakes an individual, in the form of a law, annulling standing that the State of Florida may g"t
grown, even frozen in winter by the icy presenceof bearing the inscriptions "success to the the title by which he holds that estate. neither contravene: a treaty of the United
!sag nor "
oranges there are decided advan- The healthfulnessof Magnolias, "may the Magnolias ever The court can perceive no sufficient groundfor States, nor legislate living men into, dead
-> being well to the southward. snow capped peaks. win," "long live the Magnolias;" Ac, this i men, even in the interests of the great I
Jsckaonoilie and'vicinity and south to this region is unexcelled by any part decorated the richly laden table, and joy making distinction. This recind- Doctrine of U&cheQUERIST..
tks and Lake George as compared of the world. How could it be otherwise reigned supreme until a late hour. ing act would have the effect of an ex I October, 1SS3. '


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r-;:; Pr eieor; f3wing b ,flitytwo bled in;earlyJife his,.Russian. _mother,' "stronger. When foul gases. cannot be which leads people to 'ay, "hateful"thincs through which Ahab rem

..:. 0 'the famous Boxaiana,'whose Imperious detected-fay.. the nose,. ,defective. drains for teamuqiitoi'yre' of saying tal wound ; but the qy r tt "

temper he S4dUd.; : !'ltut .t fl J:"' T" ,.rIL4.I them... Yon! are nevetfcfc. with such a not at a venture.. but

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: derly life, ;:! .,;!er. long: ago ef ty. from 0 sewer gas is to bar i it out of the best to please, and are-feeling: ; very __, s .C" "'
: faced :traces-.of, her transmitted house ; and when this can'.>e so easily A Famous
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beauty. Excess both in eating anddrinkingfor ,. some underhand stab which you alone The .
'w1.:1 *' he':was said to remain that it-should. not.. be done. As Jto can 'comprehend ,sneer 'which' is New ,most famous of an:tfci'

iometimes for whole days and nights at foul, air. ', there, need be none in a houseexcept masked, but'which Is too well. ,"aimed to I[ Hannah England Doston eaptivee : -_rI

table! ,..and to drink a bottle, of I, spirits such as comes from the breathy be misunderstood 'it may be -at your Samuel Mary JXtft m


) digestion),"nad bloated his cheek and this'may be, also, easily and quickly.re- i ish habit of thought, or some little, the attack, and many IIIoIIIiIl(
moved by a simple ventilation througha on Haverhill!_
dolled hia'eye./'He was, however not .
. pecret! of faith or opinion confessed,in
infant
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: 'a little proud of his crimson complexion grate or stove. ,There need be no refuse having _
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General Beauregard it summering:at '' within'th'e four walls of'a house Indiana When thecaated !
,. and dyed his; bands and face to a : '-I
Wfiosifaliq .. ; ..he dved matters not how secret it may be to the
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blood color. nor indeed, near it,.without the walls, party to WhoDKhefwi_
.Ie" u. rl..u.1a1.8.'il.J you, he will have his fling at it ; nay, and the boy _
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Westernstranger, who was people respect the plain requirements assign '
6q tds L-----1. _Boland P. Jeph since the wish is to make you suffer, he an Island in the -.-,
led through the: wide courts of. the of decency. As to "fungous1germs" ;,3fenim'
". ,, J Tin adtra1r New is all the happier the nearer. I he touches midnight the
through Seraglio, between long 'ranks of janissaries -whatever .they may be-drywalls captives
;]paii. i-wWia J. Uhito wagons and terrible &bd'aiJent its death to dry foundations and rooms will your heart. Just half a dozen words, and killed ten Indians:eeeoled'.two <

.} ANtV" ;. and ituIijree tent which! the barbaritt pomp of his presence prevent their growth. As to diffusing only for the pleasure of seeing cheek women and six children-eeg _

"' ''-'t .N+ of Wale&fN chamber,'or who beheld him riding at "disinfecting agents," disinfection in flush and an' eye lose its brightness ; boy, whom they m8llDtite 1.
:..; ::. only spoken I because he Is afraid ....
'. .. eg -pr'OIIIIDCID+ : 'English 'people noon to mosque, glittering with: gems, the sense destroying the germs of you and.one badly wotmded ......

to' America, are the Earl Cork, among his gilded and jewelled cavaliers, : di/'ise means'the destruction of humanas are too conceited. Yet they are worse ing.: w 1s.

.':; _: ,tit.. the, buck. the little, firey-faced infidel, with' his I Jell as germ life. .No vapor will than as many blows. How many sleepless After they had left CUIp'.&.

.., _',\the EarI'ai4t", eN pf Cat. beird dyed jet, his blackened eyelids, destroy the germs, or' poison, 'of small- I nights have such mean attacks lives remembered that no ;.

t _$ ", Doug.rv..ot'JIr..GIricI add his huge turban must have appearedthe pox, scarlet fever or diphtheria, which caused tender hearted men. How after settlement would believe;"'*i III-

.? and HY the:very personification of'the fierce maybe transported sewer gas, that them one wakes with aching eyes and dence, that they had perfertlll:
I.
*L'P.'for Orist;'church : and wicked heathen will not also head, to remember that speech before doubtable
.' .. ---.. ... tyrant of chivalrous destroy the; person who an action ; theytberegiia
,.. ( '-J.w'J '- ''r'riiitlnf rf TTnnrr" Irving, romance. breathes it.-Chicago Sanitary Ncw$. enryt.lliJll-that bright, sharp, well turned and scalped the ,Indii ;iftr ,
aimed needle of that
a speech probedthe
which he will,.present to*the Garlic If hi: *brief reign belong to.tl. splendid A Student's Duel. which they scuttled all the i''eijgj k

UbJC. ;London, is. described. as a most period of Turkish history ; if.it pro very centre of your soul. tho island but one, 'and in thk j

.'r1i \ b3e portrait It i* half-length, duced some of the chief monuments of Hearing that there was to be a stu BURIED TAUCNTS.-The man*who down the Merrimac,and finally try

.8d '_ iililliiiit ii in profile ctad Mohammedan legislation and added dents' duel, we planned'to gratify our hid his Lord's talent, instead of usingit HaverhilL This'was such si....

..Ia' morning dress, looking to-. several Arabian provinces and the royal curiosity in seeing ,what has been. so is no phenomenal character. Such as made the actors unmediatrir....

.. ,left; of:the,ape ctator. Isle of Cyprus to the:dominions of the much written about. Taking. a car people unhappily abound in our in that bloody time. The'V.'l_,.
Crown;'If the Salimye Mosque, whose riage.. we rode across ,the river,. up the churches. The do-nothings are in 'excess surfs General Court gave JIri.uw.
lit-T *thrice'* JTdrfolk;.'with, all hiswealth airy domes and delicate side of a mountain and down -
: spires so nobly a narrow everywhere. That large numberscan twenty.five pounds and gnaM hi
I fdsmmse /is obliged to"retrench. crown the city of Adrian, equals, or gorge to a public house. We went in at the best accomplish but little that amount to each of her eon,

He bM given so much money, for' religious perhaps excels the temples left to Constantinople and ordered some refreshments i and may be conceded, but"that ,little is not The story-of their daring deed sir fist

t J .Aittiel purpose""ikUepent so much at by Solynanand I Justinian chatted for half an hour, when a white- attempted is lamentably apparent.. In ried far.to the Southward, and fat

and other places, that he has the glory of these achievements is due, capped student passed. I accosted him large churches the' enigma constantly nor Nicholson, of Maryland-''

,been obliged to dismiss 300 work-people', not to the indolent monarch who soiled and earnestly made known our Wantsin presents itself, what would come to a valuable present to the eacaped'prton ,
down
>11S hit Btifcehold expenses the throne with the foulest the language of Goethe and
vices, but Schiller. pass were some half dozen people to be fitfea very.iMlgnlfi lmt-looJdng man to the unexhausted impulse of a better He gave me a long and earnest answer, withdrawn from active effort? Thereis ....

, t.a JnIDiel duke. time, and:io that able band of renegades not a word of which could I under a disposition undoubtedly to speak Poker in Thompson Strut

T xrl 'St:. John, the ex-g vem rrof. and soldiers of fortune trainedin stand. At last a waiter,'who spoke slight of small abilities, but "one tal

. Kansas, is thought.to, be 'the ,worst the school of Solyman-quick-witted English came, and we sought her kind ent" if'wisely used may help to render It was a poker! party in ..TbIIIIa

fisherman in the' ountrf. ,He went Greeks and Italians, bold Albanians, offices. ,She agreed to lake us in ten' important service. It is to combined street, and a big jackpot hid.,bin

trobing for''pickerel at 'sliVer' Lake patient Bosnians and Croats-who bartered minutes to a room where we could seethe efforts that we owe the grandest worksin opened. There were eridaaUf;ty

N y, the our day,'but: alked'with a their genius and valor for the' combat through' window. 'We the world. One man may make' hands out, and beta and excitewatia

companion constantly'nntn their gold of the slothful Turk.' waited on hour, and as high. "Looker hjer Gus whuff
return I our patiencewas comparatively few bricks, but they cannot i jo'
.. to the shore. 'He was leaving the lake Health about exhausted, she returned. be dispensed with in the mighty' risedat pot ?" excIaimedJrIr.Toata

"}e .' when" >>>oy said" :,'"Loop-here'Mister, -Hints. I Through the window we could' see two edifice. The duty of every man is 'to Williams. "Nebber yo'miad-ye'aD,

1fabj there's a'pickerel on your line ye How to Preserve and Restore I men confronting each other, with their find out what:he has abilities for and ef yo' isn't afraid-ys, yo' call-ditt

forgot to pun In.1 The'pickerel. Health. ::1 hands extended straight over their use them to that end. With an earnest all 1",retorted Gus, sullenly "I,,"

*algtie4 four. :pounds. Physicians say that: ginger ale is I a heads. Their left arms were tied behind purpose to glorify God there is a niche call I rise yo' back," said Ifc Williams !

I .4,. 'B."; Fox, of 'Gowanda, N.. Y.,.is capsicum poor substitute it,coptaina for water irritates, because the the their backs and goggles over their: for every one. ''There may be work as whose vertebra was atomic..
lining
two eyes. The men were padded everywhere a teacher or the "I rise yo' ag'in," retorted. G1L
feet' inches high, and.weighs o'pounds. the stomach and produces ,, consecration of social
dangerous except their heads which And so they went at each.othie.nffl
r $1a wife is six feet. tall inand ammation. were Influence, or the simple manifestation of
weighs..200,pounds. He has five A BLOW AT SODA DRINKING. left uncovered. At the appointed 'signal the grades of' Christian character. It chips, money and collateral wen'gam;

:i>]ltben:.and six sifters, not .one of serious blow has been struck at the sodawater they began cutting at each other: IB declared by Christ that his disciples then Williams concluded. :to, calL

them,being less. than six: feet tall, and .fountain in an .eastern city. A with lightning like rapidity. ,Neither are witnesses' of Him,light,salt. Now, "What yo'got, niggah, dat ytf.tfo i&

, the ,lightest one weighs 200 pounds: f public analyst has examined samples orater f seemed to try to ward off 'the blows of I a witness is to testify, salt is to commingle sat risin' on? What yo' ,got,.lOIn'

4 -. .. from a dozen fountains, and found his opponent. As soon as one was cut ; with and premeate the mass in Gus ,laid down his hand-ace,' king,
:; .. the seconds ran between them and which queen jack and ten of clubs. M"J dat
wnx : ... '" that all but one contained lead and copper it is placed, light is to banish ,
-some in dangerous quantities. It knocked up the swords. The doctor darkness. The ancient curse on Merzo good ?" he inquired, beginning to KOI
; Paying
'
K- For- His; .Whistle.' ., ,"- das all along been suspected that danger examined the wounds, staunehed the for,doing nothing may rest on men now. up the pot. "No date not good r
blood and the fight was resumed and Still said Mr. Williams ,don in
the
'fat lurked in the foaming cup of sweetened Bible reads : "Woe to them reaching
many' years ado, When'a', lofty wind which has been the delight of the went on until the doctor decided that that are at ease in Zion." his.bootleg.. "What yo' got dm?"

btilddtlg was on the. point of completion, maiden and the bane of her impecunious further fighting 'would .endanger life.. It is to be feared that the inquired Gus. Mr. William.looked
thW aiaa great reason
in the habit -
of whistl- It was the most beastly I at him
tomfoolery fixedly. "Isejes'gottwajicban
ingr bo't 'the laborer who young man, and now that' it has been why more is not attempted for
attended i ever saw. The hurt inflicted "
'
was not ,a.razzer. "Dat's 'goocI'I'1Ii4Gus. '
authoritatively demonstrated Christ is our want'of
that the faith. We
hUf
whenever he wanted a fresh are
to
supply enough satisfy
a man seeking redress .
mortar wildly exhilarating beverage is but doubtful of our own to :
of ami as the'scaffold on which fora real or fancied insult but power work, r .
mineral poison, disguised by and was and, worse than this doubtful ;
of
he wasrather' syrup our
wrought ,
small this
too
oc- severe for I
play. could see no dis- The Trouble with Modern
Lord's .
1 chemically prepared willingness to bless '
"flavoring the
our effort
cured very-often during ;a 'day's' job. Heroines.
impecunious young aforementioned manifestation- If we could attain to Paul's ,
A- joiner, 'who was fitting in a win person standing'; .
, dow: 'immediately underneath! noticed will immediately add the fiz & .- "I can do all things through Christ Indeed, it is the serious.thinded beio-

Pat answer dutifully to every call from drink to the list of potables which must The Hired Boy. which strengthened me," we should ines who behave worst In their love

the mason, and thought of'playing a not be touched, tasted, handled" nor Keep a warm place in your heart anda not allow our Power to be untried n'____ nr__ affairs. The calm manner in which
purchased. rust. With the gracious they ,argue the point out with their
.trick on him by imitating the'whistle kind word for the hired promises
boy. lie
OYSTERS AS FOOD.-Dr. J. II. nan may which our Lord has parents of it in
best
and thus he brought him 'a hodful of not be the kind of a boy like he made of blessingand always getting the
naford you
in the Golden Rule thus ;
com- success there is enoughto
is
argument in
as well fact
no
as
mortar'when there excuse for inactivity. ,
_was ,ne room for bats the prevailing'notion'that I' may be rough, even rude, about the -
oystersare .-TVeeWy Baptist. make the father of fiction turn
it. The past
mason.told-Fat that he had house, an eyesore at the table but for
to not whistled, so he had no other alternative digestion.peculiarly"That nutritious is and easy of all that be kind.' It is true he; is an He who knows most, grieves most for in his grave. This trait is, after all,

,than to trudge back with the load. prevalent in a strange idea so insignificant person, as his unkempt wasted time. the most alarming to us who are apProaching -
some communities that
This having occurred the third time during hair and ill-fitting clothes testify. But A cheerful face is nearly as good for the age when "the' beat
oysters are highly nutritious and of
the day, ;Pat, thought he would digestion. It is true that the easy under the tangled mat can be hid a an invalid as healthful weather. father" is more interesting than the
watch to raw oyster young lover. For the heroine of fictionis
hear
.where'the
whistle came digests in about the same time as cooked bright intellect, and under the tattered The greatest life is that which has of
from. He,had not watched long with jacket beat I been let us remember, the ideal woman
can
a the
o beef, while stewing adds warm heart. The most useful, and has performed
hod on his shoulder when he heard the to the required time, for twenty the reason percent hired boy of to-day may be the farmerof its alloted tasks cheerfully and well. which the period the mold of form with
identical whistle underneath our young women naturally com-
where the future
he when
,
perhaps
that they are rather rich in albumen, your happy Every man has three charactersthatwhich will
stood, and leaning .over he saw the children are friendless menials. I pare themselves. Her example
head of the joiner like eggs, always rendere more indigestible am he exhibits, that which he has, outweigh with them all the exhortaiionl
protruding out of the speaking to farmers' wives
I
now and and
that
by thorough In which he
cooking. the
thinks
mat- he has.-A. of their therefore
window I guardians and for them,
immediately below. from ,
Fat with- experience. It matters x
little
ter of muscle food, oysters fall belowall I to .Karr. of
out more ado,emptied the hod right over : the hired boy what the rough farmer there is the pleasant prospect
of the fish and
meats
the whistler's head. The or equal that I There is but one true, real and right seeing the attractive qualities described
joiner. what
yelled may say, or tasks he
of pork, having about one-half of may impose, life
that for
rational
and sputtered while attempting to clear if the wife be kind. As a hired boy I beings, only one life produced in their daughters and warf
of herring, halibut and trout, just one- worth living and
worth
,
himself from the adhesive mass, and, have parted in tears with bigheartedwives living in this
half of chicken
one-sixth of cheese
world
less
or in
in the midst of his confusion, heard than one-fourth of southern who, like mothers, have over- any other life, past, present Henry James' Appearance.At .
corn not or to
:Pat above shouting at the top of his looked my faults and whose kindnesshad come. And that is the eter-
one-half of that of beans and peas being nal life which
voice, "Whistle when you want some far inferior to beet. Still made me docile, and as a hired boy was before all worlds were
they have and will be after all are passed the Boston train when we
mortar.
more long been popular, from the fact that I have parted in anger with heartless and that is neither more nor less away entering the town a person of rather
than
some noted physician, who had studiedhis women who never gave a kind word good life; a life of good thoughts a robust size, wearing a bluish gray suit
taste more than his subject nor a square meal. One has the bless- words good and with beganto
once ,good deeds-the life of blackish side whiskers,
Since'' 1864 the warhorse of *-Stone decided in their favor, supposing that ings of a friendless stranger tbe other, Kings 'y. Christ. speak to a lady in the most ultra
wall" Jackson has been on the Morrison all be his curses,but the reluctant forgivenessof
might as fond of them, and that awfully awful West End of London
farm near Charlotte, N. C. lie has fondness is a mature man. THE SAFEST 'VA Thoroughness his
about the sa.e: as whole- and style. The first word he got out of
been' at the request of Mrs. Jackson, someness. As these, with all fish, be- The Woman's- Baptist Foreign Missionary straightforwardness in the path of mouth waS invariably a stutter, and be
sent to the Virginia Military Institute, come early putrescent in hot weather duty are really easier and safer than stumbled sentence
Society of the West is to send of the .on as if biting at his
any
of which General Jackson was-so longa they must be objectionable after having I a petition to the Queen of England and devised middle most plausible and cunningly When he had passed out my friend remarked -

professor. The horse is at least been out of the water for any consider- Empress of India petitioning her to pliances courses. The weak com to me : "Whom do you sus-

twenty-five years old, is a dark bay, able time." abolish child marriage in India. The heir of those who think to show pect that to be ?" Said I : "It might

but is in good condition and shows FOUL Are IK UOtsElf the air petitions will have many thousand moderation by halting and wavering be'LOrd Manderville, or it might be his
near the 'boundaries
. few marks of age. of a room smells sweet there is apt to signatures. of right and I valet." "No," said he, "that is Henry
will
wrong, always be used to
the
hurt James, the author."

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r-t: .,.:"H. .. E'rF' .L. HI',- Y, Rx4 .w a- -' ii :of-jai'abil'ti ;b. :... ., _. .. i'l' .' NEw ADVIUCi'iSEMEKTS.MERCHANTS' ., I the,Circuit ry Court, Seventh Judicial Cirf -

"'?;;::;:'1.'' ,''rHUB8P AX', 0 ..1i ..:=. ''1 r 7Jlu II.. tb1a." 9 'D cuit of FlarvKZBrevard County.'
Wilson '
?J[:. ;: IUIIIII.xe . 'CIeId.'" w ito:6p: I B.ifyXA Henry" """",' tVyg Attachment.<.<* '
tlt. fE' r ;
w : pUJlVlI1RD. EVUY .1'IImtIDU t .1ICh'efiis3er and, OI'0Oliet} al ianoti tliis '
,,1: 4. .. 1 Win. B. Moore J :
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-.1..t\-. ... :; ltra,'!' d'loridtJ.' Hum to aplitt off rliud weaken yourself byFlorida FaSt', ml.CK'___ 'Line. LINE, I. Sum sworn to.'l40.ooJ ' 4: JtllI "' ,. _,,t .." .. '- __ q_ I... : '
10 doin It from the. evidenceon file
. .;. ;.':j:1 j.W.A.G" ,, llt. JJwnocracy,is like a ",. I ... 'r' .. appearing '
( e .
,. : -, :IC-I n j' Efeotnt'Sidt-wheel. Steamers. in the court that'the eRniaaM, "JKHliam
J.11.px FJorfda} b \ongh5 d-at OCg..rheti a
: 1lyiitorlt Pn>rW1er.ai1,6o B. Moorecannot'be f undd (end-

rt ;.,_ perannnm. la adranee.aaaarea!. # 3ihdlybro when; divided' into The ,Chwpeit ,and :Uoit; Direct '*Carrying. .. the.. {V.'S., -'M- all.w .' ant and all.lotereated..or': ..coocarugd are

.i--;" { splinters. ..' .I hereby noUfled of(;thecommencenftent of
1' ;'i.; t ; -. t.e.a. will leave Jacksonville daily from wharf foot
.
:
4 ...g.AdrerUMmeat of Laura street,.at S 30 F. ment has been issued the
'' 'unaccompanied tberi ,.. ORMOlfD OT THE. HALIFAX.. p.m. and S. and fT- against goods,
by '
,
:: -* 3r > IadlaaBlfer.CABYIYaTAT wharf at S:40 .
wWDoheoei"._ "to ; .J. t ToiTltasvlUeaBd., Railway' .p.m.:. forPalatka chattels and credits of .Moore,

v JI".:!.. adreeddaEra esquire of the Editor On the E-'boastof SoT'Florida.r U..8. HAIL. Astor ,Sanford Ed- and he U hereby required' toappear; ,
,
': _
IF ?,..j 1n1aeiWalaaathraeoeatdamp. 'There is and plead answer,or 'demur to ..declaration
no' place like home no '
l'J '. I terprlae filed In said cause on or before'the first
pAPEE may be'found':on;file at home like the Halifax Monday February aVd.1864 the same

r ? .'?Bowell & Co'g Newspaper Adver- Down the historic Matanxas i 'from St, THREE trips weekly between the ST.' And all intermediate''landings south of being rule day or judgueul.will.be. giv-

, jj ar Bureau+ (10: Spruce Street V where Augustine 80 JOHNS and INDIAN RtyFs.Leayea Palatka. en against him by default KM.; ** .v
miles to the'canal throughthe .
r }.., n contncta mayDe made for it A.4 A.Stewart,
< _,a... KE1 O'DV: canal into the "Hanover Creek" and Enterprise EVERT![ nday\\e'd-! Sunday Boat will leave at 1 p.m. Clerk of circuit court Brevard county.
.". ,if. WW make close connections with all Rail
"
-
.: .1j < then out into the::"Basin,". the head of I nesday and: Friday: Morning,,arriving! at Lines for October 4,1883., 21 3m
StAB' is the omcitL"ne >paper' .
"
u ; the broad Halifax 45: miles below St. A. TItusville the SAME day.: Points In the Interior.And 'Netlee. c..w( ;
.; nf county. '
,.i1tb'
and yon are in the most chftr"fag' portion with steamers at Sanford for In the Circuit Court,.SamtK'Judicial, GfriGeorg

'rg i Itid+ at dte' Pod Office fzt'TittumUe oSecondClou > of fair Florida-The peaceful river ReturningLeaves Points on Indian Rlwer. ,cuit of Florida, JBretard Cotmty.
'
, .. :...1': 't: Matter; more like a tropical lagoon stretching Titusville EVERT Tuesday,Thurs F. Ensey, ) -
SSgggr* "M" TThia Returning leave Enterprise at 7 30 and San- '
...,;'Y.,, u the picture of man.. How puz- away before you to the low, mangrove day and Saturday morning, arriving at foul on arrival. of train arriving at Jacksonville William vs.B. Moore, J I attachment.---- -- -
Enterprise In the eveolng.Address'We
ried he looks. What a queer coat he hasen. islands' far to the south; to the'right the Sum sworn to $200.

, ., .Yea it b a queer coat They call it mainland with its high ridges and dense S. Norwood. Early next morning. I It appearing flora the evidence oa file
I. close connections with rail and steam in the conrt that the defendant William
Bee those letters it. What forests; on the left, the low, narrow'Pen TITUSVILLE FLOP.IDA.CASHCASHlCASH. Making
I ;I, m oat. on Lines for all points B. Moore cannot be found; said defendant

',, 'Ydo; they spell f Let us spell it. I-n, in, insular with its palms and giant live oaks ,NORTH EAST AND WEST. and all Interested Or conceived are

::. .r:ck, de,rode, p eti, pan, indepen, dint, shading the shelly shore; the air, fresh For all points-between Jacksonville and hereby notified of the commencement of
Palatka take one of the steamers .leaving this suit by attachment. That anattach-
Independent Bre re, p-u-b, pub, from the ocean yet soft and balmy; and Market wharf .
,deit, dally Sundays excepted at 10 ment has been Issued ;a a1nai tbe>goods

-. :;lepsb,H,Ij, republi, cacan, .Republitcan in the distance the ceasless rumble of the a.m. FAST MAIL. chattels and credits of,William B.Moore

IndependenbBepnblicsaLwonder surf, Picture all this and you have a and he ,Is hereby required. to ,appear,
Leaves Jacksonville tor Green Cove Spring,
''. *" what he means by that. See, hint of the TTalifnrT Years ago, when the Tocol and Falatka.- plead answer or demur to the"declaration -
filed in said before
> canse on or the
i : ; there is more spelling on the other side. Spanish adventurers sought the fairest Lake Steamer MAGNOLIA leaves Florida first Monday In February a. U.. 1884, the

TemKH5rat and below lands that the Central Railroad wharf -a. m. daily; Sunday being rule Judgment'wlll
; Yes and it spells were left unclaimed by excepted returning same day. same day, or be

.' f : :that is Independent again. See how he civilized world, here he set his standard, WHEREPAT "'For further information apply at General given against him by default. ,
A.A. STEWART
-t 1.'f: ," ;l'it.>ata-his, coat. about and tries to read his and to day in the shade of the great forests Ticket Office corner W.B.Bay and Laura Street Clerk of circuit court Brevard county., .
l WATSONDlanager.
:u;'' Isaacs, 'I,don't' ., wonder he is puzzled. are still to be seen the ruins of his THE C.B.FEN WICK,Gen.P....Agent.PRITCHARD Oct.1, 1883. 23 3m.

,ry '. See. -the...varying expressions on his face. reign. The Indian too, who loved to live Notice. *>:

"Be does not. appear .to comprehend his where nature had best prepared a home MAY
.... State of Florida; "
Ra
. }ea9on. He.saga his name is "Fitch.'' for him, found health and comfort in MEADQIART County of Brevard.}

l .J. $Somebody.has hit him. How he limps. .this balmy air, food and sport in these OFFER FOR SALE : INJUSTICE'S COCKT.
To William B.
i t Be is going to speak, let us listen to him. waters and woods. And to day the mor Moore:
Business Residence Lots You are hereby notified that a writ of
w '.1>See how he stammers. J>..d-d-d-dam-ph- tals who have escaped from the turmoil STORE attachment has been Issued against you

f ';ph-pti-phool is what he has to say. Is of the business world, from the stifling and Dwellings in and your property, attached to satisfy

;f that all he says? Yes, that is alL Now atmosphere of their former work cells, TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. amounting the demand to of Thirty-five L. Warrocki dollars and Co.and.

r "* he is gone. .What a short stay jie makes. and the cutting blast of the northern win TITUSVILLE.Also sixty-one cents. Now, unless yon shall

;'' Poor man, how we should pity him. ter, enjoy with a larger intelligence and appear before J. ,A. MeCrory, county

...*. greater appreciation, if not with more Unimproved Lots 'In Judge and ex-officIo Justice of,the Peaco
We are no Bourbon. We would be -o- for the county of Brevard, at his
grateful hearts, the same blessings which Indian River office at Titusville, Florida, on the 3rd
ashamed were we one. We are a Conservative kind Providence first bestowed upon the City. day of December A. D.1383 at 4,o'clockp.

Democrat and as such can honor untutored savage. The waters still abound f6?Have a large list of m.judgment will be rendered against
''F' honest and you and your property sold to the
and an straight out pay
respect
with fish, the shoals are covered The Oldest and Most Reliable Place of debt. ,

,- ,oat Republican, but a Half-Breed-an with the delicious bi-valve; droves of Orange Groves Dated this the tat day of October a. d.

Zndepe dent-Bepublican manufactured I 1883. 2m D. GRAY,
I deer range the wood-lands and the wild
mf of a weak-kneed Democrat who has still fruits in its natural home BUSINESS Attorney for Plaintiff.
orange ON HIGH HAMMOCK & FIRST-CLASS
not backbone enough to vindicate his the "hammocks" of the Halifax and Indian Notice

"! principles have no use for. There are Bivers. It is the kingdom of the on Indian River, Dealing in PINE LANDS, State of Florida, }

fl bat two great parties in our country, the the of the invalid. County of Brevard.
strong man, paradise In
: -Which we are offering at- Justice's Court. ,
Democratic and the The
'. Bepublican. Dictated neither by the lords of the shopnor To William B. Moore:

other so-called parties are neither more the lords of society, nor even by the GeneralMerchandiseNone BOTTOM PRICES. Yon are hereby notified that a writ of
rot less than splitt-offj from these and attachment has been Issued against you
both the and
Lord of the weather, strong and
.'' the works of for the your property attached to satisfy I
an crafty politicians the weak enjoys that greatest blessings, but PINEAPPLE LANDS the demand of Thomas 'H. gandersamonntingto0nehandreddolliira.'Now
accomplishment ends ttrietly firtl-clats goods are ,
personal prompted ,
perfect freedom. The able worker with ,
by personal motives and are thereforeahorwlived First Quality At Low Figures. unless you shall appear before J. A. Mc- I
his beautiful coming rapidly -
orange grove Crory, county judge and .ex-offlclo Justice -

.The Independent-Bepubli- to the glory of full bearing, his broad- bought and sold at this Stand. Several Large Tracts Of of the Peace In and for the county of I
,can movement, lately inaugurated in this verandahed cottage built perhaps with Brevard at his office at TitusvilleV Florida

.State is of this ilk, and its votaries are on the 3rd day of December, a.d. 1883
because his own hands, and, even in midwinter, HEAVY HAMMOCK LANDS, 'I at 4 o'clock p. m.judgment will be_ rendered

;beginning to "agneal"alreadyr the vines about his porch and the rosebushes against you and your. property sold .
.
:fooooth they_are called by the name of in his yard bright with foliage -o- well adapted to to pay tbe debt. ;

their own choosing, viI:: Independent-- Dated this the let day of October d.
and bloom and his vegetable garden rich Bananas and
Sugarcane, Early vegetables. 1883. 2m T. H.SaND>rBS, Plaintiff.
1 can. with its mature production, the area of I
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in the Economist of Sept.27,one squeals his plantation continually increasing as Remember A Dollar will buy exactly ;Also unimproved Lands in all sections NOTICE OF INSOLVENCY.>

-thisly, "I made use of the words, an In- In County Court
the forest kings fall under the sturdy
r dependent-Republican combination which of the county.A Brevard County, t
blows of his keen axe, has attained a $'.00 worth.E.tabU.bed Florida. _
:
-eant a combination by which those of
most enviable prosperity; while the man FEW VERT DESIRABLE IYaF.BEesFannp A. Joyner, Admin
Democrats of Florida who are tired tratrix of the Estate of J.W.Joyner, deceased
who here broken in health and spirit
came late of Brevard
'" 'of the loud-smelling bossism of their own county Florida,
soon finds that in this wonderful clim In 1873. Homesteads Left. having filed In the office of the County
party are to nominate a ticket of their
ate he can even with his shattered re Judge of said county a written suggestion -
,
:own, which the Republicans will support Parties having money to purchase mortgages of the Insolvency of said estate:


life for an indefinite period, and can security having claims of any nature against the .
,for a moment that real Republicans are said Estate to file the authenticated
enter a sphere of usefulness and en same,duly -
going to"support and elect" the ticket upon ---0- in the office of the County Judgeof
had been The Headquarters Store
which he long
he speaks off If he does he will find his joyment supposed said county on or before the 3d day ol

closed to him. And so those who have Real Estate placed in our hands for sale I March A. D. 1884, at which time there
,
eyes opened on the morningafter election.We Titusville, Fla. I will be a rata distribution of the said
found their way to'the region of the Halifax exchange, or to let, will receive prompt pro
would distrust and dispise a Republican attention. Estate among the several creditors enti-

who would condescend to such tornfoolery. and Indian Bivers have sent back ARRIVALS ft DEPARTURES OF MAILS. i iI I tled thereto, and the said administratrix.

word to their friends for them to come, From Enterprise to TitosvUle, Titusville May U.1883 4 tf discharged.
Anyone who knows anything Witness name as County Judge of .
friends have and have uy
and their come
about the, drill of the rank and file of Friday Leave at Enterprise 5 a.m. Monday Wednesday and The! :Florida state Gaxetteer said county this> 27th dayof August A.

:'The Grand Old Party" knows that such sent for others, and now little villages Arrive at TUurville Monday Wednesday and D. 1833. J. A. b1C +BOBY, f

have grown up by the side of these rivers, .and Friday at* p. m. County Judge.TUnsville .
..support and election, from the Bepubli- I. Leave Titusville Tuesday Thursday and BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Fla. 6 1883 198m.
one of them being, Ormond on the Hali Saturday at 3a.m. ,Sept. ,
; can,ranks is an absurdity. The way to Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursday
fight the "Bourbonism" and "Bossism," fax. I need not describe the place- and Saturday at 9 p.m. Containing the names, business and address NOTICE.Six I

all the advantages and attractions, From Daytona to TltunWe. -of the- months after date I will presentmy

complained of by the Independents is:I that,I have named it has in the greatest Leave Titusville, Mondays. Wednesdays, Merchant, Professional & Business men, final accounts and vouchers to the
within and ranks of the of Brevard Flori-
the County Judge
through county
and Fridays at 5 a.m. and the principal farmers and land
be found
perfection, and nowhere can a ida, as administratrix.with the will an
,
.Democracy. If a Bourbon or a Boss shows Arrive at Daytona Tuesdays, Thursdays, owners and plan-
band of people more worthy of the blessings and Saturdays at 9 p.m. orange groves: nexed of the Estate of H.T. Titus, late
his 'head, let him be nailed up on the Leave DaytOna.llondays.Wednesdays tations, together with a of said county deceased and ask fora final -
which have gained by choosing at S a.m.
spot, marked and labeled as such and put they :! Fridays Arrive at Titusville. Tuesdays, Thursday, SJxtcho/Att Cities, Towns and Villages, discharge as such administratrix.

away in his place. To flee outside this for their home. The states of Ken and Saturdays at 9 p.m. And how'to reach them and other valuable MARY E. TITUS,Administratrix.

proper tucky and Ohio especially are honored by From Titusville to Eau Gallic. information. Titnsville Sept. 17,1883. 22 6m. ,
of party and principles to accomplish this This important work will be issued justas
And I would
here. Leave TUnsville at
their representatives Tuesday and Friday
NOTICE. .
putting on shelf. by the inauguration off s s.m. soon as the labor of collecting .
...asplitt-off is to defeat and now say to those who would see the most Arrive at Eau Gallle Tuesday and Friday and compiling the facts can be accom Six months after date I will present to
acknowledge a at 6 m.Leavc. Honorable J. A.MeCrory, County Judgeof
tropical portion of our Republic, whereNature's p. plished. To the business commu-
defeat thus makes the Eau Gallle Wednesday. and Saturday Brevard Florida final
acknowledged county my ac
dress is of a strange but beautiful atea.m.Arrive. nity this will be the most valuable book
Bourbon and the Boss than ever Titusville and Saturday counts and vouchers as administratrix of
stronger Wednesday that has yet been published about '
fashion; to those who would enjoy at 7 p.m. the Estate of Bartholomew Einlg deceased ,
before._. Unprincipled men will attach the balmiest airs and the most delicious Florida. Price, |). to be sold by subscription. and ask for a final discharge from the

"themselves to any and every party for NOTICE. administration of said Estate.
"Seek the E. coast of
_the accomplishment of personal ends and fruits, I would say, Land Office, Gainesville Fla. Rate 'Ajrerlising C. J. SANDIKORD, Administratrh.Tltnavllle .
for :
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the So. Fla., the Halifax, the Hillsboro, the Sept. 19 1883. Fla., Sept. 61883. 196m.
way for Democrats to manage with and the Indian Ricer I-To those NOTICE Is hereby given that the fol 1 Page with book$50. J Page with book$30'Agents *

_inch an aspirant is to sit down on him Lagoon lowing-named settler has filed notice of NOTICE.
'. who would find the most favored part of wanted in every county, to Land Office at Gainesville,Fla.\
ana his intention to make final proof In
squelch him. Let our offices to be support whom liberal terms will be offered/ p
all that region where the writer spent rhohappeat 01 his claim. and that asJd proof w Il Sept. 28, 1883. /

1 fiDed seek the men-the very best men, winter
and not the men the offices. Let the people who would Judge at Titusville, Fla. on Saturday. P. O. Bos 1042.] Jacksonville Fla. ing-named settler has filed notice of his :
And to him ,
Halifax! final In
the intention to make proof
hiss down the office seeker. Just thinkof Xovember10.18S3m: George W. Idner support .
find still left for him a spot for a winter of Thomasville Ga.. Hd. 5,333 for the of his claim, and that said proof will be

: the arrant presumption of an office- and for an orange grove of magic south d of northwest i and northwest 4 NO PATENT, NO PAY. made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk circuit I-

.wker, going about the country, blowing home, of northwest i section 26 and northeast j Obtained for court at Titusville Fla., on Saturday
his own horn and what growth let him go to Ormond on the Halifax of northeast |of section 27, Township 23 PATENTS vicea.Compounds,nDie signs Nov. 10. 1883. vii: Nathan N. Penny, of I
the
telling people And should any one wish to be south, lunge 37 east. and Labels. All preliminary examinations Canaveral Fla..lId W23 for the lots 1,

.*e will do if they will only elect him to the trail for Ormond I doubt He names the following witnesses to a"Guide* to patentability for obtaining of inventions Patents" la free.sent free Our 2, and 3, Sec. 12, Tp 23 S, Kange 37 E. ,

this, that or the other office, and this too, put upon prove his continuous residence upon and everywhere. Addre88-LOCJS BAGGER CO. lie names the following witnesses to
not that Joe Price an ex-Kentuckian now Solicitors of Patents Washington,D.C. his continuous residence and
-:to his fellow citizens'many of whom know cultivation of said land, viz: M. Black, prove upon
thespots
him where
tell
at Onnoud would cultivation of said land,viz: M. E.'Englisp
Hosmer Fla.
Allen ot and ...
Georgian, JDa'I'.lIo
lain.to be the"eriest'knave. Democrats commence, and what he says is to. Peter Wright and George Damon of Melbourne PAYSONSfc d with any c<'+,pas 1/NMn nark aBo* Titusville Fla, P. D. Wesson, M.

-attend your primaries and select your I may meet you there. L 1'1. I atfv tf*any work ropWartordeoora on linen. BMclTtdCtn-- O. Burnham. and O. A. Quarterman of
I mro :.men of and B. R. Trav. Agt. Fla.L.. A. BARKES.Register, o q< |tenDlalllJDAL 01...... Canaveral Fla. J.. A. BARNES.24w !.
integrity, patriotism I INK E.tabU.bt'd0 7.SOldb1aU
( 5 Kcgister U. S. Land Office.
9 24 83. 22 5w U. S. Laud Office. '.
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: A ctarpeok OB the loektmvriaklaA: lie 1 ,Hnah: }.-Cope, here's%nice aUver pointed.to,think he bid not found out Generally a bordering on the inner It is very usual to have littfJ_ '

! k a ,. Aa4.a1&oafratiitwLajfbyaa hal'Mbhnt sad ialarfi breath.i1 J dime,'now tell me what lathe matter.*' the'fuh:mode of the gtd 'h dfor. side is worked in outline stitch in colored ; -that is to say, 8OmethiD '!; Itlti.
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. +... ', tf "alar. l'.t: )'ou", o' 1Iiem. many yew kept his silver dime. "to silks'or> crewel Margins,,of ,deep-.' of very deep. valances ;. ,

i-' i"C' : ",' h "' t> r.P-I' I! trantJiingU -,.. ...- ,'member him." toned rep or velvet accompany the thin Such_an arrangement breaksttoi,

. e : ii.i'rda ';; his cheat, and'drawing: "a"long;breath, :Some" weeks-after'. Phoebe, warat a draping. tony of the opening, and,yet",,

' ?-a 1M. Ibmi .......'..&i.a. io.ed. s-'ni., then-.11.. _p" ephraterltmiegaling.hIm'w1tti.' .: .an-. party when*_....* ,her-*-. hostess- --.approached, her I: Double- portieres are no longer in viewinto another apartmeal'i! 1-:,'
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'- -'"11eioiaaliieiirhe'ri: aorth..ive "JTo- of: course 1 not." Why do',- you p '*Pticebe, Major Greaham"'desires an I from rings- upon- pole is plainly drawn For heavy draperies bow' I.Fare ,
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" brapipMltdetwieritU eytellaad think *? be replied. across the doorway or entry to ... '(, .
; '_ s "' him ?" i be concealed- and'when.neceeeary'ia ones continuous pattern carriej< ,
I j bctt.Vdnw- avatJ ttue Mrs. Vance said aU little .
, !.V i ufcaVJaTiin triir4 that daat lire erat gkfc would be drafted as soon as all the Phoebe gave assent, and in few min-I looped up at:one side. whole ground_fa.b(faTOr.i] '
: (.'helsiualrimer ia,I Mlen, aadralrOf utes Mrs. 'WInlove"stood beside her designs are found In both materlak :
the
; ** men wwekilleoVand they're aU killed '*, Plush still remains in favor for S?
, MiiJaKad va Ida/crowned with now; ain't they?'' I again, saying: borders ef heavy'draperies. A designis where dados are still 'used;_' C
.' .-, .. ....!.t.1-r-, !' I '"Miss Wmlove. Major' Gresham," different material is oonstanfJ
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: iiottwbloo rroaiaotUhern'OT..Dd f* Oh, oo 1" there are plenty of, men now often painted upon it in oil colors l'
._ and, looking up, Phoebe ,found herself -- r : left yet," he Answered, .reassuringly, with the heavy bristle brushes, by .
bosoms from the face to face with the tall soldier I embroidered before sswaJTthe
f IlNmrg tMr.'b4p J..IC' whose being
. "enough to take care of little girls who, means of which the paint is so completely
q +WaUsj4rN- face had of late shone oftener in her curtain and
the a conventional ,
'1-! upon mooalit world awhile are notable to fight" \ rubbed in that it appears almost
tartan at with maty a nod and untie.Aad dreams than she would have acknowl- of upright stemmed flowers is thmi
-, ;' "Then what dp you. want me for?" as if different material had been apl'll- ...
there A roicea'irem the waehafiditoeks edged. popular for their decoratioas.'a lfgi
she questioned clutching the dime quoted on.
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.- The gallant became dados '
Major
.A soon con- are inappropriate
,, draperjei
and hoilews water-worn tightly and evidently preparing to re- The 'preference for tapestry effectsin fe
IniliapiryclefU: vinced that he was sadly in need of "a two shades are often "
preferred
Wlseajpalpy i.! alga trail their slimy locks sume her war-Hke operations. hangings is resulting in a revival of Two:
,atmlrmgq *, aTriton'thorn, little girl of his own," and concludingthat old ideas of decoration and fabrics are shades of gray material, leBevtd w
I'Il. tl51oU'J. *green shallows_ "I only want to know, who you are, the said girl was no other than crimson bias introduced where tbeJ'&Jt.Joined.
woven in imitation of Gobelin tapestry -
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and to have kiss he answered."I .
you me, Phoebe set himself to work to make her
, 'Soft UMuhter'and. the:splash of curved : which succeed rather in reproducing are extremely effective n4..
am going right*way to fight and of the same mind. monize with almost
Beoadlaattjr islet and inlets long the distorted figures and .landscapes o any prenflfcf
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ago never come back and I want
may you That he succeeded is evident from the tone in
Tke laWr heard inch' sounds 'through an earlier period than in perpetuatingthe a room. The coloring, of the
.,, i twilight cakai. to kiss me goodbye. fact that Mrs. Gresham silver window
t.' wears a hangings is never
: ,Aaa.eoartfng.' -r ntteraooe: homeward told ,- ,-with ,hushed, I I "Havn't you any little girl of your dime, rimmed with gold as one of the spirit of beauty which underlays that of the portiere. repeated Ji in,

or.. music Ming to harp or..vld. I oWn?" she inquired, thoughtfully."No "charms" on her watch chain, and declares them. ... ..---

, e.,4. "s .,, .-LiJ lUU'qu. u.'t ," he returned somewhat sadly. but for it she would not have been Hangings one color are popularfor
'- ..;., IL _'.- "Then be awful loaesome boudoirs and bed-rooms. Soft blues Scraps.
, you must loved and wooed by the "best husband .

>- 'tp ,'? "" -. I'm lOrrY for you. My papa says he'd in the wor1 ."-St. Louis IttustraUd and pinks or delicate cream-colored The Moscow Gazette publishes. the

f # --: -A'Silver Dime. be lonesome 'thout me." Magazine. materials are chosen, and are left proceeding of the trial of seven CkhV

.,," .__ .' "I've no doubt of ,it," said the soldier completely bare of decoration ; with .I than Tartars .at Kmn, who were'recently ...

''.; .. .-, releasing her, and smiling into her Clips.TheRuffaloNew the exception of that given by silk convicted of reviling sad'ra

Little Phoebe Winleve stood, at, her grave face. "Now tell me your: name '\ cord and tassels used in draping nouncing the orthodox faith, and wen

/ mother's knee, tangling the skeins of and kiss me." Yorkpublic schools them. sentenced to exile in Siberia. They appear

bright colored zephyr in her.zealous "My name's Phoebe, and I'll kiss you have used the same text books for Ecru linen is among the favorite materials to have been the ringleaders in A.'

i,,efforts to help assort them: and.listened 'cause you havn't no little girl of your twenty yean. used for draperies. Edgings are movement, which began soon after the

.with vide wandering eyes to.the conversation own;you know," she'replied, puttingup Some fashionable ladies have maids .sewn on of Turkey-red cloth alternately Turkish war, for the revision, of,the'

of the mtother and Mrs. Vance, her rosy mouth with childish con- : who can spell to do their letter-writing. with small squares "of thread lace whole village to Mahomedanism.

who had fidence. Galveston is out of water, and one embroidery and the effect is :
a neighbor dropped to I very pleas- The average longevity in England Is,
i dJ c..the latent news from Washington "Well, good-bye, Phoebe there, you restaurant bears the sign : Closed till it ing. 1 increasing. :Not many years a
ago
,during the.'stormiest days of the dropped your dime. You must keep it rains." Tidies in some houses take the form celebrated author denied the existence
.dvD war, '- to remember me by-because I have no Captain Henry Man, of Maine, says
of draped scarfs. Scarfs of India mus- of such a thing as a centenarian. The
little girl of my own to think of me," he has the jaw-bone of Pizarro, the
"Threedreadful battles are killing lin embroidered in bullion or icbreoUuead statistics for 1881 record ninety-one
he said as he bent down and took the conqueror of Peru.
off all, our'men.. Goodness knows are drawn up in the middle persons who did not die until they had

. what will be done now." remarked Mrs. proffered kiss, with a laugh ending in a The new Northwest, Alaska and and fastened to the back of upholstered completed 100 years and upward. Of
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: Vance shaking her head mourn. sigh."I'll Washington Territory, promises to be chairs in such a way that the ends hang these twenty-five were men and aixtj-
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fully, keep it and 'member you, she the charcoal-iron region of the near fu- as draperies half way to the seat. The six woman. The oldest man was 112:

'There will be another draft, I sup. rejoined, and the soldier strode rapidly ture. advantage about these tidies is that as years of age ;the others ranged between

pose,'.' observed, *./Winlove. away,while' Phoebe ran to relate all that Americans are returning from Eu- they are securely fastened they do I I, that and 100. Three of the ,women

"Well, when the men ara all killed had passed to her mother, and assure rope early this year. Every stateroomon not ,annoy visitors by clinging to their were 107, three 106, two 105 sixlO ,
her that there lots of soldiers )
they will have to draft little girls, so be were one line from Liverpool has been en- mantles. five 103, eight 102,and the rest were 100-

careful, Phoebe, or:.you/will, be carried alive, and little girls would not be gaged to September 20.An Portieres are often made of two or and upward.A .
drafted.
,.off.to_the war some day,to be a soldier," organized band of,barn burnersis three different materials for example, religious agitation of a very singular -
Twelve after tKis little incident
said His. Vance, noticing.. how wide years believed to be operating in Southern in panels or with a border, more or character is manifesting itself

Phoebe's blue' eyes 'had opened, and a merry party of four young people Indiana. The farmers, are much ex less deep, of one material and the remainder in some counties of the grand duchy of

prompted by that strange instinct to lie, were passing.put.,of a, theatre, when cited. Barns are burned almost every of something different. Tbe Finland. The new heretics call themselves
the
-which often' leads.people to weate suddenly sharp metallic ring of r night. upper panel may be .in satin and the the "Pure by Excellence," 'and
silver sounded on the flags of the ves
.gossamers of falsehood .and send them tibule. I A naval man named Terry; rode en lower in plush with satin bands. profess the superiority 'and supremacy

floating through f-hn

;.will it be.if in after.'life' those' slight, cried ,one of the ladies-my a sweetfacedand there, developing his machine into a made by a selection of whitishyellowsatin In every house where the new doctrinesare

wavering: threada.do. not strike against winsome creature-and. instantly boat, with the wheels paddling, pur- for the upper panel salon pink practiced a' woman, elected by her
a
the clear eyes and dim their vision tot he dozen gentlemen stooped and gatheredthe sued his journey by water to France.M. plush for the centre .and deep brown companions is invested with a.sort of

truth JPhmbel&icl scattered coins of which the "ban- Trouvelor. the French observerof plush as a bordering.,The design, which directing ,power which gives her the

nothing, but shudderedas gle" bracelet had been composed. the late eclipse of the sun, agrees i is worked in siks'in! this portiere, represents right to inflict penance and even rigorous -

her, fancy' painted, the horrors of with Professor Swift that red I Eastern
She received them with smiles and a strange an vase, in which aspreading chastisement. The new creed requires

being, "drafted and' the ladies graceful acknowledgment, and was star, recently observed by the latter branch; ..covered'with peach that all its disciples shall confess

continued their conversation, forgetting about to'drop them into"'the' pocket of three degrees from the sun, was an in- I I blossoms,is placed., The vase is worked their sins to certain. women at least once

.:the .presence .of, the thoughtful her'fur bordered Cloak, when she said tra-Mercurial planet. ., in light blue and the peach blossoms in a week. "

child. with a touch of anxiety in her,voice : An English paper says: Of the 269-, their natural colors. The greatest eel-pond in America hon

Forsometfine afterwards no inducement "The soldier's dime is lost." 547 owners of land set down in the I A design of sunflower, with a. deep the farm of James N. Wells, in the-

couldget Phoebe to venture outside "Never mind it, Phoebe," said the New Doomsday Book, no less than plush bordering,upon which convention- town ofJRiverhead,'Massachusetts. It .

her parents' 'yard. But one sunny I other lady of the little party, "come on." 37,806 are women. Thus one land alized flowers of the same kind are laid covers five acres, and is so full of eels

morning the gate, stood ajar, and she I. "Ob I must find it; I have kept it so owner in seven is excluded from any is still popular for hangings. The upper that they can be raked out with a gar-

peeped cautiously into the street. It was long that I cannot ,:bear to think of voice in the government of the country panel is frequently of blue cloth, the ,den rake. Two years ago Mr. Wells

quite deserted, and looked;:very shady losing it," returned Phoebe, peering ... flowers being worked in crewels, and put 2000 dozen of eels into the pond

and inviting and the little" girl pushedthe carefully into corners and crevices, but the lower panel of deep blue, plush, intending to have them undisturbed.

gate open wider and looked anxiously without being rewarded by its pale Hen and Rat. the conventionalized sunflowers upon five years. These have increased to
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up and down the wooing vista before
1. '; gleam. this having a black centre and millions. They are fed regularly every

"I. "Oh, let it. go," said the ,other lady, California hen, while engaged withher the outer circle,I of the leaves being third day on '"horse feet," a peculiar

guess they're.aU.dead' now, 10 Iean't with an air of impatience ; "I. can't brood of chickens in plowing up .a worked in bright gold filoselle. i shell-fish. The eels know when thtl'
be drafted there's
cause
noon e '
do It," she murmured, "I'll just run understand the value you seem to attach neighbor's garden, recently, was Mixed materials are now much liked are to be fed and the stroke of Mr

down.to the. comer and see if anyone's I to such a trifle." charged upon by a -full-grown rat. for window hangings. Generally the Wells' whip against his wagon calls

living," and pushing .back"the brown "1 promised to keep 'it=" began The old r representative the "poultry colorsare neutral, and the only attemptat thousands of them up to dinner,although

Phoebe, but at that moment, a tall, show" immediately established herself decorative effect is in the any one else may'pound away all day
trying which shaded her eyes, she tip- : very heavy
bearded man, with a stately military as a cordon around her flock aDd awaittd and handsome fringe which is without any effect. One of these shellfish <
toad down the street Standing at the seen on
corner-she shaded her flax-blue air. stepped' forward, holding the miss- the onslaught. The rodent, somewhat the inner edges of such fabrics. At fastened to a strong cord and

one dimpled arm and peered eyeswith inquiringly : ing coin to her and said:, checked by the bold front presented by times the fringe is of a color to harmonize thrown into the water, may be drawn
"Have the pleasure of the "' out in a few hundreds of
acrossi a the, square. Just'at I presentingthis "garden destroyer crouched for a with the prevailing tone of the minutes with
I to Miss Phoebe second time ?" moment, and then made a dart for one room. eels fastened to it. ,
that moment a blue clad soldier issued
She drew back in a startled manner, of the chicks. In I an instant the old The fashion of Simon Ferguson, an illiterate negro
from. door beside her, and'with a using wall hangings is
.
and cried : hen opened her cackle battery and com* coal miner at the Campbell Creek
look of admiration at the tiny growing in favor. Entire rooms
"You are not=-" menced battle. She flew at her enemy, are mines, West Virginia, told a Mrs.: Williams -
serious now draped in such
creature, caught impulsively y a way that walls
in his arms and kissed the pink i I "The soldier who had no little girl of and striking it with her bill, grabbed it windows and doors harmonize not that she was possessed of devils

cheeks. I his own,".be said, as she hestitated a by the back and threw it in the air. in color but in the material by which only and that he was the only man in the

moment. "Yes, I am the one, but I The rodent came down with a thump they are concealed. Wall country who could cast them out. As
Phoebe shrieked vociferously and the walk, but before it could re- hangings require she had
I am afraid that my unfortunate lot will upon to be lined been "daunsy" for some time
grasped his ears with her chubby hand, I not move your pity as pleasantly as i gain its feet the hen repeated the pert even if they are of she believed him. lIe then prescribed
heavy fabrics
to insure
while her tiny feet kicked his chest: did twelve years ago., he added. rather formance,and kept it up until the rat perfectly even., If their hanging pokeroot, smartweed and ironweed, to

most viciously. mischievously. .. was only able to crawl away a few feet borderings are used which he added grasshoppers, angle-
they must be stitched
"Let me' go," she screamed "you and die in disgrace. After contemplating on before the
The sweet face grow rosy, but the hanging is fixed the worms, grub-worms, flies and other
must let me go I I'm papa's only littledaughter honest blue eyes looked,up with a smile her fallen foe for a few moment, Velveteen upon wall. insects. This, being mixed, was placed

and he couldn't get along'thout' sparkling in them. the old hen called her brood around her for is particularly well suited in a quart bottle, set in hot water and
I cant' I and walked off. hangings, being durable and
me. fight- w n't very steeped for some time. The quantity
"I am clad you came through the accessible to ornament if
_fight, so .there's no use to draft me. '! ward ; worked in taken was wineglassful every four
"
unharmed said
the girl,frankly, filoselle curtains of this material
"Oh mister soldier do let me are extremely I hours. She was to have teaspoonful
a
go. since I have had this
memento. so long, An Observation of Life. handsome. Velvet is less manageable .
How'd like to.have little of tobacco-snuff blown her nose
you your girl .,
I suppose I may as well keep it ?- ,, and does not up
taken away from you? I'm the onlylittle Thank and with answer as well for with a pipe three times a day, while her
you, a gracious smileand
How much more graceful, elegant applique work, as the frill when
it
is
girl and have and diet was to salt
be
papa mama but
. bow, she passed on. the street, and, and superior does the man on the bicycle rich, interferes with the set of the Stitch- nothing raw
they don't want me to fight, 'sides, I'm with her companions entered mackerel, fresh from the brine and un-
a carriage look than the man with the wheelbarrow
too little-I can't fight I" es.Draperies washed. She took several doses of the
which stood
waiting,. and was driven. I But wait until they come into for halls and vestibules
"On my honor, your actions give the rapidly away. 4 collision and see which procession turns handsomely made of deep-colored are mixture, which stirred the devils up

lie to that," laughed the soldier, :'/ouL I I I I wonder who he is.?" thought up in the most handsome condition. They are usually only sufficiently plush.wide to for such another an extent doctor that to settle she them.had to send










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'Jw. =' o1dr..dtD.c: .U..,inr it!, .,.:- ) ,.Jl. If rt/! '. .1' F. .. ,";f "' Wife and Widow; the very fine quality of goods', and are f

: '::..4l...:t-... 1(1IIaber-.ftree e ocutioaids:who;: .*o4 .10 L.......TaIdIt. ;what) C- iI 'db'w1tbout "Wen, 'it' isa] kind if leather-1 believer .On thfrday of her wedding she ia put generally trimmed with }mitati '
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,-t. ',=Ia1iu t. :.JVU 'n' ...."'...___ They wed to write on it in olden into"a palanquin' shut npi tight and brownish lace. Stamped piques .

.j;; ,I. if-1u '.liber; ..ire. WillI Se-;took e-little oaraea.: Lana times. .7. carried to her h lbUcJ'l honte. Hit!.. also be employed. Scant'mantillas' ,

t, i'i: ....,.,. :.., t a:> ottr. boiabIsface. } 4 .."t ,1 li! "He is uncommonly ugly,:isn't he'?'-' erto she has.been the spoiled pet of her to be worn over dresses .of this kind,
;-:. .Yi'. ' .1{.jrwtMawiaef tiei tby..llthe: I you thialt..that it fig : .J f' ... '' guipure or old point hue bordered with
I to to
nothing me
:>, !\ _. we bad: j .. iJ spoke the little case fen apart of her mother-in-law, on whom she ia to .
( t !Jiii" .I fear. tbe.gnes{ who.wrote the ManyWIW! violeU4be only in her handa A: yellow, folded.paper wait, whose command she'ft impHdtly deep ruffles to match. Old point and

,x}, #fK:. ...afree d'-- I era LovedWbard: ,.oold life andunoeaairyt"oil7 'was revealed nit to obey and who teaches her what she Valenciennes laced aie pieferred to any
their t&ejopened: and saw ,
raoognlaed
r'.n work
{ ... ... .
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.. for other kind for this Very full
' 'ir'- .net 7 Ifannot.mw that it was written upon. is to do to please her husband; wtiat purpose.

.: .' ,,"" smooth -: ..y, Ne1b'J,, -.. sn U dishes be likes best and bow to cook neck ruchlnp are the ,styles, as well .
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., and cl
fie mow was bless soul what have
espwhere "Why
you
And, then. I my u large "pierrot" collars. ;Many fichusare
Ia1J..be
; ::1; "lick-laid dust; :thirty jean them. If this mother-in-law is kind
'
i ........ the wiad w syeak at old there? exclaimed MiasGolding, rising is The. most suitable
P ,{l... J"7 *u i jt.v ,.v* .i-- a. I: she will let the girl go home occasionallyto ,one piece. *
; r in alarm.
; K as-w.- us p7eeua words r ,Y!*, married, and with. little..chil- up a strange visit her mother.Of style for a 'rather stoat figure is the,

.. .r;. ildpaM;; dren, teeing at last that.year old over, She snatched it from Nelly's hand. her husband she sees little or noth- Marie Stuart shape. It, forms. very
.: .....!Jae.. .. t the road 1&oo4..hi1'- John Burrows/was right."- I "It can't be the will !" she cried.. narrow vest, which termln&tea'i 1 a
. ...I i their dass ; -. _.. .' ing. She is of no more account to him
" ...J..d.' be e..hfte..1srow &****' were "Herosetohisfeet.J4JohHl. .1--IIt. Nelly looked on in dumb surprise than a.little cat or dog would be. point on the waist.' A becoming style

,.,[, M.tUng.cold and dumb, ....', ,;-, ; r'itt terrors k Aunt Mary read a few words, and then There is seldom or never any love between for a slight person ,is in the shape of
the mighty world seemed P. '
' xv .
.: .jhma: away "Yea, I am going Little in'.wild to ol clubs turned which :
;'A >* beckoning us te come Nelly. one rushed away agitation the them, and no matter how cruellyshe an ace upward,
'7 'fW..oDbouI.world. of which we conned look so much like a where her father makes the bust larger.
:; you woman.now, library was sitting. may be treated she can never com- appear
'
been and be .
has might .
,
" '
what .with your steadfast eyes-heir me : I Nelly could hear them the two Cloaks of fancy woolen goods are to
J. 'tb&. old-fashioned reading class. of.Dis-_. talking, ; plain to her husband of anything his ,
,: 'trict Number Three. ,did.not foresee that you love me-that I then her brother came, and the old mother may do, for he would never be much worn. A very good quality

1, '''' should love ,.Jou. You were a little housekeeper was called from the dining take his wife's part. Her husband I I of tartan is employed for this purpose.
hand at altars
We took a _Jf'utol7-ita. -
\ <,*spires and fameeAnd .school. girl 'when. I saved.-' you from room ; and so much confused talkingshe sends to her daily the portion of food The cloaks serve for carriage 'wear, 1.

1r''". ..... T uniformly names mispronounced. the. most. droWning. hut summer, and your never heard before. By and by they that is to be cooked for her,himself and dusters and waterproofs. The/ favorite
: important ; satchel of books floated down the all waited her in color for these is "pain beni. The
':We, wandered through Biography, and away upon a body. the children. When it is prepared she

gave. our fancy play, river and.:was'lost. I came here to see "Nelly," said her father, sitting down places it on a brass platter and sends it shape is a shirred Prussian blouse,
.An4 fell in love
: with, some subjects :< Gregory not: I could not with the sleeves broad at the band and
help
; "good only for one day;" : you. upon the foot of the bed, "you are an to her husband's room. He eats what -
. la. :Romance and Philosophy, we/ settled loving you ; but did not think until heiress." he wishes, and then the platter is sent raised on the shoulders, where they

J i: J, And. ,-made many:what a point peems. ,we assailed to creak ...tonightthatypu: >.cared so much for "This is old Grandfather Golding'swill back with what is left for her and her are often gathered. These'' garmentsare

. at every joint rAnd me; Nelly But., child., yon will forget !I" exclaimed Aunt Mary, flourishing children. They sit together on the lined with heavy faille in the same
many authors that love'you with me." color which is sewed plainly against.
the bit of paper. ground and eat the remainder, having : ,
emil '
t.*- agree '"Xeverl"' the goods so as to form a kind of body,
"Were.. lest time introduced to us in District "It seems to me he was very eccen- neither knives, forks nor spoons. ,
1
.. Number Three. He want on: for the shirrs to sit against. These
While she is she is allowed
tric, Gregory condescended to explain. i young never
r'' "Nelly I shall hunger for qou day blouses also be lined with silk or
may
to
"Yo, recollect Susannah Smith, the teach- "He was very rich and had some hard i go anywhere.The
era sore distress, and night, more and more, as time goes sons and some grandsons who promisedto little girls are married as young as satin in the new shades, in striped or
Ifhe never stopped at any pause-a sort of on and I get older, lonelier, more weary. plaid designs. Many of these are of
three of and should the
., day express? be harder, and he fell out with the years age, boy
And r. timid young Sylvester .Jones. ,'of.inv But I shall never hope to see you whole set, who were waiting for him to to whom she is married die the next day "corah des Indee," lined with. satin
*:consistent eight.Pbo again. 'Now'givemeyourhand.." merveilleux hi bright hues. Some of
she is called widow and is from
*stumbled on the easy. words and die. He declared that no money of hi" a ,
read the hard ones right? ,She gave.him both. 'He raised themto should encourage the young people's henceforth doomed to perpetual widow- these garments will be' of ecru tulle.
-Aa4 Jennie Green whose doleful voice lace lined with corah. They will abo-!
was always clothed in black? his lips, but before she could speak excesses; a little poverty would help the hood-she can never marry again Asa ,

Aai. Samuel HicLs. whose tones induced again he was gone. family, and the fourth generation I widow she must never wear any be the rage for children, and are-
"'/'"the all to crack? I beautiful when of red foulard or of:
plastering Shivering violently, she went to the would appreciate his money and probably jewelry, never dress her hair, never
various mouths
whose
4A Andrew Tubbs
fire and stood there trying to warm but of "Adrianople," made so as to completely
were quite show to see? make good use of it. sleep on a bed-nothing a piece
Alasl we cannot find them now in District herself. She understood it all now- matting spread on the hard brick floor, cover the toilet. Children from 5-
" "When he died no will could be
Number Three. his strangely .elaborate arrangements and and sometimes, in fact, not even that to 6 years of age wear these blouses.
found
there
though famous
was a
,
And. .Jasper- Jenckes.' whose ,tears would for a trip to New York. He had known J struggle for the iroperty, it went into between her and the cold brick ; and no with large Aureole hats and red.
'
flow at each that he was not coming back when she matter how cold the night be she socks.
business may
.(He's in the prize-fight now, and the hands of trustees, through the oath ,
had begged him to bring her his photograph must have rio other -
hits them hard I've heard); : I if the lawyer who drew up the will, and covering than the
And,.Benny Bayne, whoee every.ton her from the great metropolis, thin garment she has worn in the day. What They Knew Four Thou
there it has been
murmured as in fear ,,descending from one
.. .(His. tongue is not so timid now; he is an but. was ,going on-on-into) the dim person to another and accumulating in She must eat but one meal of food a day, sand Years Ago.
auctioneer); 'distance. This is why he had not prom- and that of the coarsest kind ; and once -- V
.Aad'Iwnty WoOd. whose voice was just value, until you and I, Nelly, are as
endeavoring hard to change. ised. rich as Cp sus." in two weeks she must fast twentyfourhours. From one of these books, compiled

'&i leaped from hoarse to fiercely shrill It was getting late she was so cold- "How, Gregory 1""Ain't Then not a bit of food, not a after the manner of our modern ency-
': }! with:most surprising range; she had better She would
to bed. of water medicine
go drop must
or her
pass and the
of which
clopaedias compilation
Also his sister Mary Jane so full of we the fourth generation ? ,
not go into the parlor to bid her father lips-not even if she was dying. She
prudish glee. Father was the only child, we his only is shown to have been made more than

Alasl,*.' District they're Number both in higher Three. schools. than and aunt and Gregory good night; so children ; all the back folks are dead must never sit down nor speak in the 5000 years B.C.it has been ascertained,

she crept silently up to her own room. presence of her mother-in-law unless which has b
and it slides down to us on greased long supposed, that
:SoWek-theseTarious voices come, though There the very weight of grief upon her wires. Hurrah for Grandfather Gold- she commands her to do so. Her food Chaldea was the parent land of astronomy -

lAM.. sound long the uncommonly years have grown distinct'through lulled her to sleep. ing !I" must be cooked and eaten apart from I ; for it is found from this compilation .

Memory telephone; But when she awoke her grief sprang "Is this true, father?" other women's. She is a disgraced, and from 9 other bricks, that the
.And, some''are full of melody, and bring.a her like some hidden monster who degraded woman. She never even
sense of cheer upon "Yes, my dear. The property is may Babylonians catalogued the stars,and
Aai some can Imite the rock of time, and had lain in wait for her all night. Her chiefly in Leeds, England. The housekeeper look on at any of the marriage ceremonies named the constellations ;that they an-

'lummon forth a tear; misery terrified her. Why should she who last or festivals. It would be an ranged the twelve constellation.that
'But. one sweet voice comes back to me, came over summer, you
. when ever fad grieve,' not die? Why should she ever rise know, happens to know all about it. evil omen for her to do so. She may form our present zodiac to.show the-

And_sings Genevieve a song and: that is yours.. 0. peerless from that bed? It is in safe Lands and our claim is in- have been a high-caste Brabminic course of the sun's path in the heavens ;.
-
It brightens up the olden times and throwsa But when they called her she sprangup disputable." woman, but OK her becoming a widow, divided time into weeks, months into

smile atnelodverstar = of District hastily, dressed and went down What did Nelly do ? The little goose any, even the lowest aervant, may order years;.that they divided the week, as:

::umber amid Three.the clouds stairs, and they were too busy talkingto Instead of :flying off in thoughts of car- her to do what they do not like to do. we .now have it, into seven days, six

,-Will Car lit OH. in Nar er's Maguine notice that she did not know what riages, and-
I she But by and by when one word of.love or pity to her, for it is day of rest, to which they E
was doing. trip to Europe, she buried-feer face in gave a name
Two Hearts So True. her brother reached for 'some more the pillows and murmured cinder her supposed that if a woman shows,the from which we derived our word'"Sab-

... coffee, and observed that "John Bur- breath: wOh, John I Oh, dear, dear slightest commiseration to a widow she bath," and which day, as a- day of rest

.. ,"lattle Bloseem, you make it so hard rows and .his mother went to New. John I"And will immediately become one herself.It I from all labor of every kind, they observed

for me to say gcod-bye to you." York on the first train this morning it was no castle dn the air. is estimated that there are 80,000 as rigorously as the Jew or the

"When ?" from widows in India under sixteen years ol Puritan. The motion of
she tried to rise unconcernedly the Three months proved that Nelly Gold- the heavenly

The innocent, surprised, inquiring table, and fell in a dead faint on the ing was the mistress of gold untold age. prevalence of suicide among bodies and the phenomena of the*

tao =-renunciatkig was indeed difficultfor carpet among 'them. almost And then a little note went to young females is so great that it has weather were noted down, and a con-

John Burrows. He touched a dimple When Nelly came to she was :Kansas, saying : been brought to the attention of the nection, as I have before stated, detected

to her cheek,and then a curl of her undressed and in bed, and Aunt DEAR cnx: I am waiting furyou wi&iA courts. This can be traced to the as M. de Fervllle claims to have- I

hahvai he might have touched flowerson Mary was darning stockings at the fortune. Will you come for me now? oppressive control excercised by the discovered, between the weather and. 1

a grave, perhaps.JShe NKLLY mother-in-law in household matters the change of the moon. They invented
wrinkles im- foot."Oh And he-came instantly. and though over the daughter-in-law,independentlyof
shook back the silly let me get up, Aunt Mary 1 I the sun-dial to mark the movements of
.'p.Ue tJy.., don't want to lie here 1" come might have sneered at his readiness and unchecked by the interferenceof the heavenly bodies, the water clock to
the heart of the wife' waS alwaysat the husband. The son is expected to
"Whea
,John? "Now, Nelly, be reasonable! You are measure time, and they speak in this
He.looked .on her face a moment sick." peace. take the part of the. mother against the work of the spots on the sun,. a fact .

without smile, pretty as she was.. 'Oh, Aunt Mary, I'm not. She knew that, John B TOWS loved wife. they only could have known by the aid.

"Kelly,tit down here for moment." ber truly. Grandfather Coding's money of the telescopes, which it is supposed:
. "Nelly, if you will lie still today I'll Modes and Materials.
' .They,sat down on lie pretty crimson built up a commodious Western town- they possessed, from observations that
old box of curiositiesin
let have the
.couch before the fire. Seeing trouble you look Will ?" paved streets. ,. raised. rows of, shops, they have noted down of the rising of
room to over. you "'-
.in Us face the put betjhand in his and "I my don't know." erected dwelling houses, founded banks, All rich, costly, fancy fabrics are Tenus and the fact that Layard found &

he SBoothedcut littfe roseleaf mem libraries ail churches; and :.Nelly imitated in more ordinary tissues, suchas crystal lens in the ruins of Ninevah.

o her upon hit broad palm, more than Aunt Mary went for them. Nelly finally lived "out West.,i But she had woolen brocade and glazed woolen The "bricks" contain an account of the

ever confided, as he tasked at it, that shut ber eyes, and let the wave in all opportunities of seeing ..pioneer 'life,. in linen and cotton goods. Skirts deluge, substantially the same as the

hewn! right its bitterness surge over her once, when and :she said: '"John'was? rightI for suits of these figured materi narrative in the Bible, except that the>

"Kelly, you know I lone you." I Miss Golding came back, bringing a should have died ill year had'I livedin als are very narrow, and when ef cost- names are different They disclose that I.

"Yes,"with..blush,for he had never I box of old mahogany black and glossy poverty.! ly tissues they are invariably of alpaca, houses and lands were then sold, leased {I

aid it before. with time. or of ordinary faille covered with fancy and mortgaged ; that money was loanedat

"Amd I am very sorry." "There"-setting it on the bed. How He Helped Them Over.'. drapings. Sometimes the undershirts interest, and that the market-gar-

: "Why?" after a pause -cf bewilder- With a wintry little smile of thanks -- have two deep lace flounces, which fall deners, to use the American phrase,

. ... she lifted the cover. The. old mahogany over a silk plaiting, while the overdressis "worked shares;" that the fanner-
box contained strange things. Two of our belles while walking out I The "
plaited.
"Because delicate little coquille"aproniseverysuitable when
you are a plowing with his oxen, beguiledhis
wood and ivory illuminated theother day came to a ditch near the
Pictures on for light fabrics. It is sewed
tower, needing care and cursing to labor with short and homely songs
,
manuscripts webs of strong lace railroad grade at Montclair which they .
to the belt in close 'plaits which
keep your bloom bright and I am goingto are two of which have been found, and, to
ornaments, ancient embroideries did not know how to get over. Seeing 'folded
antique down underneath. The
a hard, rough life, among privation, : plaits connect this very remote civilization
of old letters, sealed a young man coming along the road
packages
fever and malaria, which will try even great become wider toward the back, so .as with the usages of to-day, I may, in !
flasks of unfamiliar perfume, ancient they appealed to him for help, where- to form kind of shell
a
where trimming, whichis conclusion
my. powerful constitution, and refer to one of the bricks of
brooches of red gold, finger-rings of upon he pointed behind them with a taken in with the I
draping. This
JOB mast not go." this library, in the form of a note,, ,
tied together with startled air and yelled out "Snakes I"
4lYou are going to the far West?" clumsy-set gems same arrangement of draping is below which is to the effect that visitors are
a knot of hair fastened The way those girls crossed that ditch
faded ribbons, the tournure disposed in two
"Tea. My mother must have a home shell-shap requested to give the librarian the number
with a golden heart, the silver wasa sight to behold, and the young
together ed puffings the lowest.
in her old age. She is strong now, but one fastened of the book they wish to consult

.'fie is telling on her. You know all hilt of a sword, and lastly, a tiny octagon man lives. .. against the lower part of the skirt under and that it will be brought to then ; at

that she has been to me ?" portrait of an old man, done in ribbon loops in the colors of the the perusal of which one .is disposed to>
chalk upon a kind of vellum and en- The signal station on Pike's Peak tunic. For skirts of ,
"Yes, she has been a good mother. light fabrics puff- fall back upon the exclamation of Solo- U
closed in a frame of tarnished brass. !,150 feet high is the highest build- and full
,
ings drapings
But yon shall take me too, John." are most used. mon, "That there is nothing new under

She won her way into his aims against I "Who is this that is so ugly, Aunt ing in the world inhabited the year Skirts for young women are covered the sun."-Chief Justice Daly, in Pop

tinriD.) .Mary ?" 'round. with tiny flounces alternating in em- ular Science Monthly.






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Putnam. '.There-.Florida is rifles.some Da "talk:atUeLbuisrille-.Expo-'of...organizing' the. '! P''IR> .s'O" .' S'Pun hJp"I- L' :s J IoRTI4P;


on.f has been. fixed. for. the 18th insL'aktka'wants .

acme one to invest$... QO-,
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hi".L'"J: >DRtnC811. .ati ORGANS
''p"i '. .. _, ., Ana Wo cempletI Iy'a: ie''the. Mood In'ihe.entire,r tein In three inontlu. Any person _
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sA who wfll tab iTm each night.torn 1 to 13 weeks may be restored to sound + .r
MISCELLANEOUS.WANTED. hiralllt.If iTirh n tttg De -. For curing Female Complaint theM PHI havo no
N ;..... anal.; ,Fbytlciani use them In their i practice. Sold eterjuhcre sent by mall for The But Qd Most Popular Organs
9S eta.to stamps:'"Send far pamphlet. L S.JOHHSOH A C !
CROUP BRONCHITIS.JOHNSON'S ...
ANODYNE,
LIlUBENTwUllDstan1I'Ue1'O FIRST-CUSS in Tone. y
DIPHTHERIA theo terrible dl-.1Ukl will poiitWcly
ooooN; eon nine CUM out of &elllnthrmaUon that will cure r
,... many: Jtrrs ii sent better trea tUG by matt.cor*. Lout delay a-raiment.Frcrcoliju FIRST CUSS in Workmanship. 4

: WOMEN"AND: 'CHILDREN JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LlNIMENTanuxttK). ccuS FIRST-CIASS in Material..
KemlgiaInfluenza,Sore LmI .,DleedJnjr at the tnng.,( tonknaneneuBeekWt +aA.wMwPlnRNagh; .
Cbrade Rbeam&tima,Ciironic UUrrboea,Cbronlo llytcmery.('boJenlorbGl.Kidney TroobwDaetaM o*ue T
To read this Advertisement and learn the Spine and lame Back. Sold everywhere. Send for pamphlet to L 8.Jomcaoa A Co.Bonow.JLu8. FIRST-CIASS in Everything.

< It b a wen-known fact that mutt of the
Safest Place to Buy, .. I Bone and Cattlo wtnthlem Powder that sold Sheridan'sSarffeu2 in this MAKE HENS LAY MODERATE in Price. =_
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Cheapest Place to Buy, ,: r1oBe.rt WARRANTED for Five Years.Erery .
Wffl make hems lay like Sheridan Condition Powder. Dose one teaipoonftil to each plat .}
Best .Place to. Buy.PIANOS bode Bold ewrjrwner,or sent by mall tor>5 e a.In itampa. I. S. Joie -.o*&Co-Bono.Mua. Organ of our manufacture not only warranted for five years buts.J .v
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' satisfaction in particular. Our is theme'
teed to give perfect every factory ono ot
VHANN & co. and most complete in the world and all of our work is strictly arst-class. We J oS2
& ORGANS.We ALTON, a lull line of the leading Flans,and can furnish any style at the lowest market price?V

are desirous of introducing Organs tnronthJ-
10 S W'I V1'II1JDWe South.and otfeupecial
inl1ucewcuuoDl&kq
BRAND
will save you money, give you the PLOW ,and Agents. Good reliable men can male Eves., ,
very best instrument made please you In handling our instruments. Exelaslveterritory given' l'NtectiongUAruUee Write
the selection deal with you fairlY. and us for catalogues and information. ;f-

allow you privileges and accommodationswhich Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure. REFERENCES: Any Bank in St. Louis or Chicago.
no other house In the Union will
do. This we say; this we guarantee.The .
place of all others to buy superb instruments PREPAHED EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable growers of STORY & CAMP v-
,at lowest possible figures,Is at Florida. It will produce a heavy but sound and healthy growth on growing trees, t
I and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit.
Ludden & Bates' IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and In the 203 NORTH FIFTH ST., ST. LOUIS, MO... .
: latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.IT CHICAGO
HOUSE 188 & 190 STATE STREET: .,
IS SPECIALL RECOMMENDED FOR PINE-APPLES.

SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE, WALTON, WHANN & CO., *4MJPGTOP GUNS

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Savannah, Ga..,.and New Yorh. Wilmington, Del.

and chain- of Branch Houses.. Ask Captain McLean of the sloop "AgnaP tolling you a tact of the WE HAVE THE ,'#,

Augusta, Ga. Cows :'largest and Best Equipped Armory la. the World! ..
Rome Gt a.Charlotte Go.Goldibaro .
N. C. I N. C. PLOW BRAND.
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AND CONSEQUENTLY THE BZST OF FACILITIES FOR MANUFACTURING L'TESTING *
Meridian;.3/w Jacktonville, Fla.
for East and South Florida. FIREARMS.VE HAVE MADE
JXO. ANDERSON, of Ormornl,Agent
'All under same management. Instruments -

Terms and Prices precisely sameas OVER ONE MILLION MILITARY RIFLES
at Savannah central llouse. Write us COLLINS CO HARTFORD
or the House nearest you.
Which law been adopted and are in VM la EVERY QUARTER OF THE CLOUS.

PIANOS & ORGANS Established 1826.MANUFACTURERS REMINGTON SHOT GUNSARE


From,tie ntt'i uraatet t Merc. NOTED FOR TIlE GOOD RESULTS OBTAINED AT ALL RANGES WE RttH"
TO ANYBODY WHO HAS USED TiW M.

Brought within the reach of all by our
LOW Prices and EASY Terms. Nine : 'tC OUR HUNTING AND TARGET RIFLES'
Leading and Reliable Makers. Over 300
different styles and prices No other t. Have take HIGHEST AWARDS at International Expositions. and PRINCIPAL PRIZES In
House In America offers such a magnificent ;A ..-Z'JI' _- J.cadiq Bolatc"'"
line of first-class instruments. ., ",. ..!':/:
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Chickering Ludden & Bates, Anion I -- .- -. =-- :. 15h ;; -:.. C; ItEMINGiON @ 1mMS<

Hathnshek and Hallett &Davis Pianos; .
ARE UNEQUALED FOR '
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Mason & Hamlin, Packard Orchestral,

Palace, and Bay State Organs. OF Strength, Simplicity, Durability, Range; Penetratwrii': '

Precision Ease of Action and of Fire. .
ALL ON EAST TERMS. Rapidity .,
Axes Hatchets Picks I

The HO.LIDAYSI ,

AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY E. REMINGTON & SONS!
\\1118000 be here and it's high time to
TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also
for wife. .
think of
selecting a present your
NEW YORK OFFICE 281 & 283
daughter,'sister,or sweetheart. Nothing BROADWAY.t
FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS
can be better or more pleasuregivingthan ARMORY, ILION, N. Y.IlLUSTKATKD .
a Piano or an Organ. Write us, or Of all sizes and prices from $3 to $1J. Also, Plowing Machines.
aSaxe FOR CaTALOGULValuable
our nearest branch house for illustrated
catalogues, price lists and circulars giving Farmers will receive valuabo: Information catalogues, &e., ---
information valuable to intending by writing to the makers, Property Notice.If "

Dealers and warning against humbug I COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St.. New York. For Sale the parties that purloined a galvanized -'

and Bogus Makers who are now I Thirty acres of land in the Point anchor from my residence in Titus
City
deceiving buyers through flaming advertisements -I. PURGATIVE vine will return the same in as sly a manner ,
and false statements. We ex- Hammock. Splendid new galvanizedWire
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as they took it the are
I as parties
pose such frauds fully. Read our circulars PARSONS ILLS Fence around twelve
carefully. ..AddressLudden' acres. Five quite well known, it will save them from
Hundred young and healthy Orange trees prosecution. F. B. SACKETT.
& Bates, Savannah, Ga. Forty hearing trees. Beautiful River Titusville,September 27 1883. 2t
Aad will mnpUMr ehu .h.blrwdiatbs.nitaL.atathtNau.tb..Aarptno.who will uk ONE PILL
m K Mr BACH NIGHT FROM ONE TO T WELV B WEEKS.m.T b,"" ,\OIM..u4Ii.a1\bjf. neb..*hi.,ii poMiblt. Front. Six acres as fine cane and banana
Porema.l/teal.eamplaletathewPillh.v.aoq.u. p tiU.a. tb.1D laII eti. Sold trrwhin.. IVotlcc.
? or Mai brsuU torn stiusump H Dd for pamphl... 1.8.JOHgaOM at OOJJknton.If SM land as there is in the state.
Adjoiningthe
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PROPOeALS for making a road south of
land of the Hon. ""m. H. Sharpe.. Titusville and also for painting the Court

NowIs A TRIAL OF THE BALTIMORE JOBBER Here is a good opportunity for any one House at Titusville will be received until

desiring to make a good investment, as the first Monday in Kovember' 1883.at
the time to WILL CLEARLY SUBSTANTIATE SIX ESPECIAL POINTS OF EXCEL- the place must be sold. Titles perfect. the Clerk's Office in Titusville. ,The Board
LE.1 CE. of county commissioners reserve the right'to
1st-It is the easiest running press made. 2d-It is "as strong any press made. Parties intending to purchase can make reject any and all bids., Specification
Subscribe 3d-It is the most durable press made. 4th-It will do as good work as any press enquiries of Dr. G. W. Holmes or Hon. I for the above work may be found. at the. '
I made. 5th-It will take less to keep it in repair than any press made. 6thLastbut W. H. Sharpe, For terms and further Clerk's Office Titu. vi1re.

I not least) It costs less than any firek lass press made, :particulars address A. P. Pcrham Quit- By order Board of county commissioners
For '
P. D. WESSON, Chairman; :
man Ga. or R. C. Perham City Point Fla.or Per A. A.STEWART, .

Florida Star. confer with Captain Peter Wright of Clerk of Board of county. commissioners."
The
the fast sailing sloop "Mi)t" who will October 3, 1883. 23 4w, .

Uii carry parties to see the property. .
I -0It. Opened fpr the Season.

is the constant aim and intention of 11 ONLY 820. asA man who is interested, in bls., own- "

,the publisher to give to the readers of the welfare will be pleased to know that

STAB, one of the most readable and new-
ANDREW GIBSON 11'
siest papers of the State.
-o- Keeps the finest oysters to be found inTitusville !
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Twenty columns of Selected r ,
AND SERVED IX.STYLE TO SUIT PATfiOSS.

Miscellaneous Reading, -o--

-AITD- Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. '
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NearlyTen columns State, Bilker read always an html. .

Also a first-class Barber shop attached.NOTICE. .
County, and Local News

PRESENTED WEEKLY.JOB .
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. } "
-p-- September 21. ISS.
NOTICE is hereby given that the fol
PR "TISG. lowing-named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in support -
JOB PRINTING. PHILADEJ.PIIIASINGER of his claim, and that said proof
MACHINE will be made before A. A. Stewart clerk
JOB PRIl\"TIXG. circuit court atTitnsville,Fla.. on Tuesday
EQUAL TO ANY SINGER IN TilE )I.\ ) ET. November Cth 1S83 viz: 1.0'-W..
Our Job Office is well equipped for ex- ular The above cut represents the most pop Comstock, of Melbourne, Fla., D. S.554.
ecuting all kinds of style for the people which we offer for the north half of northwest quarter
k you for the very low price of 820.: Re- and southeast quarter of northwest quarter
PLAIN& FANCY WORK, member, we do not ask you to pay until of Section, Township 2J S. Range;
you VCl- the machine. After 33 Ea t.
COLOR &ORNAMENTAL WORK,. examined it If It i3 not all we represent He >names the following; witnesses to

RULE&PAMPHLET WORK, return It to us at our expeu e. Consult prove his continuous residence upon. ami
your Interests and order at once,or send cultivation of said land viz: .James T.
': ETC., ETC. for circulars and testimonials. Bassett. Alden Bolton.C. W. 15<>lton,and
All Size Presses,Type and Printers' Supplies. Catalogue free. Address jCHARLKS A. Wood & CO.. George Damon, of Melbourne. Fla.

Titusville, Indian River, Florida. 17 J. F. W. DOiaiAX GERMAN STREET, BALTIMORE, MD. March No. 1., X. Tenth Li till:St., Phlladelpbia l"a.' 2.1y J.. A. IJariif*.
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,:,: '(hgiBWtiBLDBTgAx'OQAe' ,, =' =;Anincredible __ r W't.h- distributed from a considerabW -: How a Flickering Flame Saved from Why It !. Wise to Diversify One's The raising of sheep is of the greatest
is 'serionaly gtren in Destruction the Scotch Exp,.... .
. story distance Usual Work Rather than be Idle. benefit
1 above ground tell.upon to the land, because wherever
M of i ithe Journals: bOut'thed1ICoTIa1'iWordj "Well, air," .he .begins, "there's not It ii quite mistake- that I
J man of grass and violet leaves. < suppose. they feed new and sweet grasses grow
, : was found IB an much in it. It's nigh fifteen years ago.: nothing of the nature oC'worlf! should ; and flourish
' A;Treasury official at San Francisco ,and the weeds are destroyed.
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1'. lt iia&4 carGatn phyaictaa:, in the states that $6,000,000()( worth of opium There wor ,none o' them block telegrafsand be allowed'to haunt'the' mind- on a holi- : Farmers should raise turnips and feed

,-.,s Stated'Hew: York. was"attracted, ,by""aYeijtdlliamtjdiooting'star'wnich hat within ten.years! been smuggled in- Westin' ,house breaks, and day. The only result of, that is that them to sheep.

; :fenfatbe"6e4 Pullman cars on the cut then. It wor
: holiday-making itself is to be-
'* to'ports,Government officials receiving very apt WHAT AN OLD FARMER BATS
_." thercreek'near-where he'riding. just such a dirty night as this when
come a laborious of
30 piece pleasureseeking.

< per cent, of the amount. He aa1l' This is the advice of an old man

'.1 ,. "" Subsequent investigation 11,000,000 .worth of the drug can be the wind wor up and wouldna be said. It is quite true, of course, that who has tilled the soil for forty
:where it 'discovered a'ofpecaliarshape : We had a pitch hi just at the edge of a
po'Uffipot brought in at a time. you should not. if you can help it, take )ears.
.which had erifdit viaduct at the Junction.. The shuntin'
; task work on a But it is
Copper, at present prices, only costs holiday. quite I am an old ,man upward of three
wielded battle,and which ingin' wor a collectin' her wagons, and as true that if there is 4
twice as much as tin, while,unlike tin, anything requir- score years, during two score of whichI

, T.Aaatba n. ,been used by,one,who: would it 'does not need painting and is not she got astride on the.facin'-p'ints justas ing some effort and method and care, have been rich and have'all I need;

'- bay been.deemed "a giant among the the down slow passenger train camea in which nevertheless the mind findsa
out
". "' ., worn in twenty years, being prac- do not owe a dollar; have given my
.l&en" to this world.: Of course knockin' into her and blockin'both
t fresh
aaoB # spring of buoyancy such
ijI.' tically indestructible, circumstances as children a good education, and when I
, &ai..i presumption would be that< this roads. Some said it wor all on accountof many men for instance who not
which ought to lead to its free use for are am called away shall leave them

" S ;*a4 hid,fallen into the clay of river, roofing, the American'ATChitect says. the signals. Others made it out as musicians by profession, find in music, enough to keep .the wolf from the

h WM subsequently metamorphoaed it wor cos the lockin'-bar wor ,out of and many more find in art-the holidaywill door. has !
My experience taught me
Tby! heat into solid rock. ,In the course One of Schenck's.In order. Anyhow the Government inspector be twice as enjoyable if.some distinct that .

volcano developed under:this could not clear it although there
,4.Ke1 a up and recognisable be
ante-railroad progress can I
times, when most of 1. One acre of land well prepe.iedancl
-.rock; .which projected the imprisoned were any amount of ingineers and officials made
J the travel between the Ohio river and in that province. It ;not pains, well tilled produced more than two
sword into space beyond the attraction down wi' plans and sections.! We effort
and care which fatigue the mind
F the seaboard was, in stagecoaches, which received only the same amount
from which it came. In wor all confusion. Luckily none was
the planet
of but
pains effort and care expended on
western
'"": members of congress B. in goingto of labor used on one. t
the ooaoe of time. the wandering aeroliti much the worse. Some was shook a I the same class of subjects on which
,-Pt. or returning. from :Washington '' 2. One cow horse mule sheep or hog ,
bit and owld died of the ,
an woman
ia the interstellar space became entangled they are day by day regularly expended.
a would make a party of six and chartera two
well fed Is more profitable than kepton
fright. I live close to the line and
: hi the atmosphere, of the earth, nine-passenger coach, so as to have Devote a moderate portion of pains, the 4
r' same amount.Bece.IU'J' to keep
sod! feD ,into the creek, the impact more ample accommodations. Every hearing the crash, runned up to see effort and care to other than the regular

,. .breaking and setting free the sword.' what was amiss. I wor just a goin' to subjects-to subjects with which no one welL
such
: party would be made of
up personal 3. ,One acre of clover or in
pall
help to clear one of the roads whensomething ,
Ibis reads like another 'Cardiff-g cant and political friends, who wouldbe up sense of worry, routine and fag is associated worth more than two of cotton where

jtory,:but it is very ingenious ; and it is pretty sure to have a good time. In quite sudden like occured to -and you will find that the pains, no grass or clover ia raised

buely possible that some day or other :1845 a of this kind was travel' my mould. effort and care so directed increase the
_1 company "I asked Job Croft 'Is the "Scotch- 4.. No farmer who buys oats,
t
positive of
_wtmay Jiave proof of the exis.tsBoe ing eastward, consisting of Senator sense elasticity and buoyancy in

,, suite and intelligence of some ofstbB" I Johnson of Louisiana Crittenden .and man" gone up yet?" your holiday, instead of diminishing it corn or wheat, fodder and hay. can
"'No said in keep the sheriff from the door to the
somebody the dark.
',myriads of planets ""hich inhabit Corwin; and Representatives Vance, Pleasure-seeking unadulterated is,after
"I think it end.
....vipace.. A microscopic examination of Vinton and Schenck, all except Vinton> was the station-master. all, a very wearisome occupation.
I had a red lamp in my-hands and cffI The farmer who read
5. never
meteoric. stones at Berlin revealed the backwoodsmen by birth and rearing. The man of business who has a turn

.fact that they contained some sixtyvariUBB Johnson'was the oldest, having been started to stop her. Have you ever 'for literature or art should be a literaryman the papers, sneers at book farming

... of the outer shells of coral insects, born In 1783, In the wilds of Tennessee, seen her go across the viaduct, sir? or an artist in his holiday, while and improvements, always has a
She comes down the bank at sixty miles leaky roof stock broken down
which,'of course, establishes the fact from which state he went to Louisiana the literary man or artist should turn poor ,
; an hour every night of her life. The fences and of bad ''leason.
complains -
--that they were attached to coral insects I early in the present century. Schenck I ,his attention to natural science or an- ,
incline falls "
in
which lived in 'warm oceans of salt was the'youngest, and is now ((1883)) the one seventy, so you may tiquarian research, or, at least to some r r '
guess she's not wastin'time. She The farmer is above is business
just 6. who -
, ''w1t& have contained
. Tbewatermust enly survivor of the party He.is.re- outlying province of hia own pursuit +
' : slips down with her fifteen coaches'like '
. ,line,.and islands must have been built sponsible for the substance of the the prosecution of which may be com- and entrusts it to another to manage -
well-oiled lightnin'. Well. as I has business attend
wora to
soon no
op above the ocean as they are n'our following story, 'which, at seventy- patible with the ardor of a generally repressed -
sayin' I runs over the viaduct like
to.
'globe.. But that is, so far, the only three, he tells with as much animationand and restrained interest. No
a madman, makes my way through the 7. The farmer whose habitual beverage -
gusto as he would probably have doubt such a course would involve some
tunnel and when I got into the cuttin' is cold water is healthier, wealthier -
: shown the day the thing occurred change of plan in relation to holidays
the wind brought me the roar of the : and wiser than he who does not refuse -
to the same kind of life we have on this. when he was only about half that age: some considerable breaks in the constant -
'Scotchman' goin' like a red-hot rocket to drink.GETTING. '
Felt or thick paper, coal tar and When the stage was in Fayette rush of travel, some contrivancefor
through Drabble Dale Station a mileor
gravel make a good covering for fiat county Pa., it stopped,just at the dawn more off. The wind it came,through interleaving at least frequent morn- RID OF STUMPS. 'Ex-

rook It is tolerably fire-proof as to of day, to change horses. All the the cuttin' till I had fairly to howd ings of quiet with the whirl of exhaust Sheriff John T. Pressly gave a noval

fire applied from outside, but much retains passengers seemed to be asleep except ing excitements. But that is precisely entertainment at his farm northwest of
mysen on the rails to keep from
to be done to avoid the present Schenck, who put the curtain aside to being a' blown mysen what gives a keener flavor to the air of the city,yesterday afternoon,which was

Tapidity of destruction of the roofs of take a look at the surroundings, and away. change itself ; for otherwise, even the witnessed by at least a hundred of his
"It wor then my lamp went out. It
large buildings by fire within. ThelanhMtar'i seeing a man near by, asked him what blown change becomes wearisome and monotonous friends from the city and washugely
wor clean out, and in no time
.] market building seemed to place it was."Smithfield and looses all the air of vivid- joyed. Mr. Pressly has one of the finest
the "Scotchman"
would be a Whippin'down
melt down instantly. The Crystal ," answered the man. ness and sharp distinction. Travel continued aims in Marion county,'most of it under -
the hill like a havaianche of
Palace roof fell about ten minutes after "Smithfield," said Schenck ; "why, and prolonged,without intervals cultivation. In several, however,
flame. I searched pockets fora
'the fire was-discovered. The wooden that's the place where John Rogers was my of close attention concentrated on coher- which had been lately cleared, were a

jouard roofs on the top of the other- burned at the stake." match.._, In- my- coat-pockets never a ent subjects, becomes a mere moving I number of large stumps,'and after working -
one, although I generally carries a box .
wist fireproof buildings conduced great- Johnson had got just; enough wakedup and kaleidoscope of scenes, in which, thoughthe at them for several weeks the rotund '
have done ever since that fearful
Jy to the destruction in the great Boston to take in this dialogue, and, with a variation of order is infinite the ex-official secured the services"1' of."
night. At last in waistcoat
.itms The Boston Custom House has a start, he exclaimed "What's that, my pocketI elements seem too much the same to Jenny, of Lafayette, 'whom he employed -
found one match. One match and II
.roof of heavy granite blocks. The Gir- Schenck? (Did you say a man was command your interest. But when to blast the remaining ones
the wind
a blowin'through the cuttin'as "
-aid College is roofed with thick marble, burned at the stake ?" travel diversified by some steady pur- out with "Hercules powder 'as the
though a funnel. I'm not a saint
supported on brick arches. "Yes," replied Schenck. sir suit in which you exert your trained "professor" styled it, which,, .how'
but 1 knowed that the lives in that
favorite antidote for rattlesnake d A live man ?" powers, though with a sense of freedom ever, is nothing less than dynamite '
thunderin' depended that
poison in Mexico is a strong solution of "Yes, a live man burned-at the express upon and enjoyment belonging to a new line After blowing 'out a number'of
one match. If she went into the fouled
,iodine in potassium iodide. Mr. H. H stake-at Smithfield," said Schenck, I line she'd of direction, you renew enough of the them singly with great success, Mr.
drop over the viaduct into
..-crac has tested some of the poison it- with pausing emphasis."Is tension of purpose belonging to daily Pre s1y conceived the idea of 'blowing
the river. The prespiration coveredme
-sett with this solution and finds that alight it possible ? Why, I never heard life to renovate constantly the delight in up all the stumps in a :forty
with cold sweat. I could hear !
brown amorphous precipitate II.hadi'the of it before. my leisure, without renewing any of the acre clearing'BimultaneouaJy,' .and F
heart
a thumpin'. For a moment I
insolubility of which explains "But, senator," gravely rejoined aniexty and responsibility of professional this was the entertainment 'which .
felt
a' dizzy like. Then I pulled
the beneficial action of the anti- Schenck, "it's as true as that this is mysen undertakings. the visitors witnessed yesterday after-
together and throwed whole life
>: "dote' .When iodine cannot be readily"Obtained Smithfield. And what's more, his wife into one short my -.. noon.

a solution potassium iodide, and children stood by and saw him prayer. The field selected contained at least
"It.wor all done in a moment I
:to which a few drops of ferric chloride burned ; and it's a curious thing that it Giant's Graveyard. forty acres, and not less than forty
felt then in the cuttin' for a crevice and
lain been added can perhaps be used is to this day disputed how many huge stumps dotted its surface. Holes
thank God I there wor a small opening Two miles from Mandan, on the
-as an antidote to snake poison. children there were. The story goes were drilled in the roots of these on a
where the fogmen shelter when the of the Hart
M.::..Begnard, a French savant, has that she had with her nine small they bluffs near junction level with the ground, and cartridgeswere
are signalin' the trains on thick nights.I and MLsouri rivers is old
an ceme-
teen lately trying the effect of "blood children and one at her breast ; and it inserted and connectad with a bat-

--diet* on lambs. Three lambs, which ., is to this time a mooted point whether crept in this 'ere place. I opens my tery of fully 100 acres in extent, filled tery by means of, wires. All the 'preliminary -
lamp and put the match inside the with bones of a giant race. This vast
for some unexplained cause had been the one at the breast was one of the arrangements were perfected
frame. I trembled lest it should fail. city of the dead lies just east of the
-abandoned by their mothers were fedati nine, or was number ten." about noon yesterday, and the blast
But somehow I wor strangely cool and Fort Lincoln road. The has
how earth is it ground touched off about half o'clock.
"powdered blood" with the most "Why, Scheuck, on past two ,
steady about the hands. I struck and
been
of filled
:g ntifying results. The lambs increasedin that I never before heard of such an the appearance having The work of the explosion was entirely, I
huddled around the match. The wick with trenches piled full of dead bodies
size in .the most marvelous fashion outrageous affair as that? A live man : satisfactory, and every stump ,was
caught the fire, and I wor just in time both man and beast, and covered with
-and attained unusual proportions for burned at the stake here I I swear I blown to atoms. Pieces flew upwardtwo
to jump from the hole into the six foot several feet of earth. In many places
tteir age.,The coats of wool also be- never saw a word about it in the pa- or three hundred feet and were
and wave the red signal to the driverof
mounds from eight to ten feet high,
*e+mc.double in thickness. Encouraged pers." picked up several hundred, feet away
this time the other passengerswere 'Scotchman,' as she rushed past and some of them 100 feet or more in
By from where
ty>> hia success with the lambs M. they originally stood. The
Itegnard awake and comprehending the faster than the wind. She wor a goin I length, have been filled with bones and :
is experiment was entirely satisfactory,
now feeding some calves on But the driver wor on the look-out and of I
Schenckto broken pottery, vases various bright-
:blood. situation, kept'still, leaving and will probably be repeated by other
manage his own case. had seen the red light All I could see colored flints and agates. The potteryis farmers in that vicinity. Indianapolis '

The editor of the New Genesee ..Farr "Nevertheless senator," he proceeded wor the tail lamps on the rear guard'svan of a dark material,- beautifully- decorated Journal. .* j;t

** lately witnessed an experiment of I "that thing occurred at Smith- ; but I could 'ear the danger.whistle : delicate in finish and as lightas "

-dtivingnails into hard seasoned timber field, just as I have stated." for all the brakes to be clapped on, wood, showing the work of a people f

oily dried. He says that the first two "By thunder I exclaimed Johnson and I 'eard 'em a grindin, on the skilled in the arts and possessed of French-Etiquette.At ,;.

Bruit: after passing through a pine "it's strange that I never heard it. metals, and there wor a gratin that a high state of civilization. This has a ball a lady most beautifu L

board,entered about one inch and then told me he wor a reversin' the in- I
?" evidently been a grand battlefield,
desires
TFfcoi did it happen sincerely an introduction to a !I'
Double down under the hammer; but "Well, senator"-Schenck paused a gine." where thousands of men and horses i' gentleman of appearance most fine, but

oa dipping the points of the other six little, as if trying to recollect"uponmy "Stopped ?" have fallen. Nothing like a systematicor knows not how to secure it. Ah, {1\\

or eight nails into lard, every one word 1 can't on the instant recall "Yes, sir, just as she got on the edgeof intelligent exploration has been thought most happy. Lady-Did you 1 U

was driven home without the least dif- the exact date ; but as well as my the viaduct. He had her buffer- made, as only little holes two or three on my train just step ? Monsieur-In II

'culty. Carpenters who are engaged memory serves me it must have been- plank not three yards from where the feet in depth have been dug in some of fact, I did not on your train step. !I L

111 repairing old buildings sometimes let me see-about two hundred and line wor a' fouled. the mounds, but many of the bones of Lady-Ah, then, on my train step and jj

": ny a small lump of lard or tallow ninety years ago ; at any rate it was "The sweat poured down my face as man and beast and beautiful specimensof an introduction straightway secure. fi

'for. this. purpose on one of their boots or some time in the reign of Bloody Maryof I made for the junction again ; but I broken pottery and other curiosities Lady turns off, and Monsieur one foot 11 '

.... England." knowed I'd saved the train, and I have been found in these feeble efforts at on the train places and in much affright

Dr. Skinner of the Academy of Then the others could hold in no prayed again, not in words, but with a excavation. We asked an aged Indian looks about. Then comes mutual acquaintance -

1&turalSciencereferring to the cirC1Dbatance longer, and Smithfield heard such a sort of chocking gratitude that came up what his people knew of these ancient and Monsieurand Lady receive 'I !

r that butterflies are in the guffaw as it had never before heard.' in big burning lumps in my throat. graveyards. He answered: "Me know introduction and away in haste, to :

''"totef depositing their eggs upon such from a lot of stage passengers. Schenck Some of my mates gave me this 'ere nothing about them. They were here take the floor for the next racquet

WBtB as affords the proper nourishment says that Johnson didn't join in it, watch and chain, and I was shiftedup before the red man.', I'' '

to the. larvae, I e., the plants upon but was grum for three hours after- by the Superintendent to a ganger'sjob .

'1rhich the caterpillars of a given wards ; that is, until after he got his ; but I dunna take so much ,. Charles Dudley Warner ia busily pre t ta

'Ipeeiea feed, stated that he had observedwe breakfast. Whether he subsequently credit to mysen, for Providence Miss Ellen Terry will have 1500 a paring series of lectures on literature,

female of a certain species drop her became acquainted with tbf New lit the match that night *in the week during her tour of the United to be delivered before the senior clasa of .;

b"*hile In flight, a singular perfor-- England piinvr is n known. storm." Slates. Princeton College. f!.



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%" "Be fl the new wrtisements of E. H. 'rNew e AND, GROCERIES \jb
t > .., and 'Salt Llake.: STAPLE FANCY Titus idle, .
.4;,J?F; .mC&w.L.a.-S: : rimgeour.' .
.r r.'. .' Life' Confectioneries,,. -"...... .
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.;. ;.: irom"b0 oeisytote fin I6r A regular lino of conveyances, forth D. It.-. \.0'i,
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. *<' -"eetsii dollar Steiwn lit J.: C.:NorwoodJ & transportation of freight and pa&engers Fine Tobaccos and ir.
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tf.: '. CO' '* .. '9 ": S; .. is given by using BROWN'S ATTORNEYAtBlfMtLaGrange ; : .
IRON BITTERS.: In the between,the above-named places,with CIGARS.CROCKERY : ..,
B ePi WTArfiSfmmonsr returned* last v Io
;- Winter it strengthens and ." .'.iI-r:
safety'and: dispatch. fidL' :
' GLASSWARE :
: AND ,
.Friday efOiin&)Tia Enterprise from' a
warms the I system; in the Connects with all steamers running to Wm. Scott.Tltusvlllti if. i'"i .
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'-viatTto:Georgia Fla.! -r.; .
FIXTURES
Spring it enriches the blood LAMPS& )f
it :a tc 'c1.- .
-.pE.iA,3lHawley. was in town jeeer&pn'jiireturnfrbni and conquers disease; in the S.L.KE.. IVO'ODEIVTISWARE.. SCOTT & Tllll.\SIlER ; ;

: 1 'a professional Summer it gives tone to the For rates enquire of A T"fOllXEYS-\: ,,

' 'visllbdo 'the'ylgei', Cj .' nerves and digestive organs; 24tf .E. H. RICE, PROPRIETOR.SPOKTSMEVS Meal Corn Sanford : :

)t i this receiv in the Fall it enables the\ ,
R'Englishyof place i has : EMPORIUM. Mr. Scott is now located at Tltnnm >

' :eiI biappoiatment( as hheerif" ,of3revardJ.jC. system to stand the' shockof II. C. SCRI9IGEOUR, -71IIeal Estate Law aIS. speelal(>7..::. .

.cotlnty.Hwill J' qualify .week... sudden changes.In Naturalist and Taxidermist.Having Hay, C. lU.\GRI."DEn, -'-,. iirn
!t;,.
'p Iforwood has..returned 'from a pot fairly settled In my new (store
Georgia and elsewhere.His no way can disease be cornet Main street and Washington avenue, A N D NOT A B.Y PUBLI.x:
.protractgd stay.in : so surely prevented as. by I will IMS pleased to show customers the following Oats Etc. "
:\o'o'
have ,
lines of
to goods:
health seems improved very > RocklcJgc, '
the in Florida'M'INOR
keeping system perfect -' 4
BIRDS mounted in "
absence. great variety. -'J
mucfrduringiiis (
Ti '
;; condition. BROWN'SIRpN also for
: ". Remembers .that ..Norwood's Hack BITTERS Sorting good OJ every Find far the men that agents .L1J. S. JO.VLS.fitusvJHe :,J''J: )

Enter- ensures per- shoot and fafi. Oil stores a tjtfctally. Jacob Reeds' Sons, '''\f '!fATTORNEYATLAW.i
ti-w4ekljr to
carry ,
.Ianefll you fect health through the
Paints, Oils, Brushes, .Hardware, TableWare :
with the 8t.ohns; itiv- .
prise,connecting : changing seasons,it disarms CLOTHIERS,
Razors, Pocket Knives etc. i'J s
.er, teanw5 8 vi6r,:Jacksonville.. Fare to the from .
danger impure -
clwice line oj'Staple &,Fancy ,,Groceries.OIIAFGE Samples to be.seen at store.NOTIONS. .k1Orillr,
.; ,P.n Pn"J"f"! ; &I....., ., ._ ,. water. and miasmatic air, .
' WISE, Home manufacture TWT E. EXGLISII. 4 ;
.t. -rr-Aj great.c deal r:of matter lies been and I it prevents Consumption .Vintage 1SSI,perfectly pure antI of cxqniaitoouqnet. .LYJ -' ,

y- crowded out this week to make .room for ,Kidney and Liver Disease Nic Xacs and (;Curiosities great Notary Public State'at Large: tti
,"nrit.'ty.s of old what you cant find in the DOMESTIC & HE DRY GOODS !
tour'Exposition articles.,,they will appear &c. other.-torcs.call on R.C. S. and you will be : AtH davits drawn and all business. 11 "
;t., jiextveek.C .. suru to get suited. 9yl to me promptly attended to. ., ::11
/ t > & FnniisMm Goods.
Berlin GDuts'iilClolJ. ? Office at his rcslden t'
H.
% S. Esq., of the : Ce:
; Jas-McOonlb leftthisplaceforEnterprize A. L. HATCH ttf,
intends well-known firm of H. S. Titusville. '1'lotdaS. ..
: OD-Tuesdaymorningwhere'he -
" in the packing Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Le DEALEP.INGROCERIES M. Dixon F. GU.\Y. < 't.,, ..
.to engage orange < :1:..' \ ' ":.. 2C:: Droit Building, Washington '
business this.season'; ,
A D. c., writes Dec. 5th, TITUSVILLK, : : FLORIDA. Watch Maker and ''JeweiIer! .
& We send to the Louisville Exposition '
1881 PROVISIONS Dealer in. ''IMaALL
r. : WORK wARttA11TED.
number of the STAR ,_ .
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an extra large "
Gentlemen: I take pleas DRY GOODS, Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Work or orders U-ft'witb P. E. Wager of. at" .
.thiTraek;araoui>ting to about six' hundredcopiesfor in I, Post O lct..Titusville or with A. Bratty at 1&*
nre staling that I have usedronl's
Fancy and Toilet Articles. Grmgo\\'UJ receive prompt attcnu ,. WUlbtt.
distributionon .
it ; gratuitous' Iron Bitters for malaria -*
Hardware and General Merclianfce In TitusvWoevery ilonJay. -
;{ Florida Day;",thelSth ii yt. .: and nervous troubles, Perfumery, Dye-stnffs, Paints, Oils, : ,,'. '
caused ,o'en'orkith .I II. R. WILSOff. :
by FLOUIDA. D'n. .
CITY POINT
t'tty& lg meiPat)'noffail to go to J, C. excellent results. March 4w 45 I II Varnishes;brushes&;almost everythingkept I .12

t, N. & Co'S; to get,a nobby suit.of clothes, I i by a first-class medicine Drug House.in- 'Will cent due the practice ofMeiUcirieIiiTitusville 41$
Any drug, or
"hibbei'coat kind of hat Beware of imitations.Ask CONTINENTALHoof '
't- t5t eat, ; any strument needed by customersand and vicinity .7OllieeatJ.
t k' ot'shdef "They have the best line of pock for BROWN'S IRON BIT- not on luind, will be ordered. .; .

;0_ ct crrtlery-ever seen on the ricer.J TERS, and insist on having Ointment. 3"Prescriptions carefully compounded 31. Dixon's Drug Store .

J. ,"C.'.Norwood, of the firm .of Nor it. Don't be imposed on Cures] Cracked Hoofs, Sprains, Scratchesand light or by day competent with accuracy persons.and dispatch Iy3G A. II. 1IAWLEY. D."S;' ..

wood &'Ca:,'has returned from the north mended I I

r" and Vest bringing' -with'him a mammoth Sores in NEWSPAPERSubcrip1loll.t Visiting Dentist. .l' ,

'- < the most in The genuine is made only Makes Elver
Indian
stock of goods; complete every frequent trips to ,
.
:':" particular ever brought to South by the Brown Chemical Co. i Horses, Cattle and Sheep.Ask ?enc)'. Lake Worth, &c. t :

; Florida?: Baltimore, Aid. Thc undersigned having opened a P. O. Address, New Smyrna, Florida.
; your Storekeeper for it, or write
L -:Partiesclesiring descriptions of property NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCYWill C.II.. XAUJIAX.

':':. in this secti.on of the.State with the direct to the manufacturers,
be to receive '
pleaded subscriptionsto
intention'of purchasing, should correspond Justice of the Peace and

i. with Pritchard'and' J\ yLof; this AMERICAN LUIBIIICATIXG any Notary Public Slale-at-I are.Alio .

f." place; advertisement.will be found Periodical or Newspaper published. Commissioner of Deetla for the State. .ofPEXXSYLVAXIA. .... .

another page (.this LATEST."THE OIL, CO. .
r ,on. .paper. t -o- Office at the Haul-Over. .t, .

''.. -WMle'vou are.in. attendance upon Cleveland, : : : Ohio.STANDARD Save time, trouble and expense by applying m ,JO3IASO.V COCKSIUJTT. ,
'
4' court nextfweek don't fail to drop in :std to CHAS..JL NAtDLYX, .1. .. .
See J.: C. Norwood.Co.. They will buy FAIR "
Sul>ncriptioii Agent, Notary Public, Statc-al-Large1-;
yourBtafle'ajrip and give ,either the '
I you : < ,,
I v ci1S1l;pr for' it. : I Ifaulover P. O., Urevard county, Fla. I aUlI'
, %goons.. They arc Liyuigiutheir JIACKEXZIE'S,) Laundry Wax, Justice of the Peace. *

;;. winter stock and' are.. having: good THE SLOOP "AGNES "
' arrive on : Court day, first Saturday of'caeliymontb.
:. c'everyboat.Thp Offers' SpecialInducements Preserves Linen, gives a beautiful fin- commanded by LA GRANGE -' Florhda:":'1
:;; .- Awkward Base Ball Club,' have I .

sr.. ma4o: arrangements to play a game,,,of i L-Ji, prevents: the iron from sticking,saves CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAX, LA GRANGE STORE:
in all Makes regular trips on Indian Illver.
base ball-with the Athletes at this place Always on hand a general assortment

1'.. on nextSaturday afternoon, 13th inst. labar. -o- SHE CAUIIICS A. FULL SVl'l'LV OF GOODS.STRICTLY '

i The Athletes will give a; complimentary: GroceriesDryGoods
Lines FIVE CENTS A CAKE. CASH.--
'
: hop at the.Court House in the evening in Canned nods: ,

r honor.of:the,visit of the.Awkwards. A E. L. Brady.: ,

'f good tinift is sure to.be had.A Of Goods '! Ask your Storekeeper for it. Made bySTANDAIU Hats, Boots and Shoes, January 1SS3 1 yr ,3C; .

Ladies Shoes in great variety; Prints all ,
: naturalist of our river says that ) OIL CO.,
new at low
patterns prices.
\; an empty milk can thrown into the rive IVc have sonic liarjralns in CUR-E: FOR ."
:' Cleveland Ohio. Ready-Ms (Mug Toilet 'Articles CUKES WHERE AIL ELSE IAIIJ. _,, ,
at Eau Gallic soon becomes filled wit! : : tOoaghHyrop. Tancagood V4 :
' Use In time. [ Cl
small"oysters. This a novel way of can SHOES, CLOTHING, tn;u$30. IS -Cm XOTIOXS.K SofdbydnwK t

1. .ning this bi-valve. He also. states that: For the cash only) ,;
', he noticed a snake attempting to swallow Ladies' And Misses' Hats, rOIl INDIAN RIArEli. March Jj, Jot Cm.PIONEER. ,

;. a young rabbit and had nearly succeeded Florida Manufacture;
HART & fflflffi'S COOPERAGE.Syrup .
r in doing so;when the mother rabbit discovered CROCKERY: and
AMAZON WORKS
PAINT
\ it, attacked the snake and force Rocl ledge Ijine. ,Barrels $2.50..
GLASSWARE.Fancy
: it to return her young one. Gauged to order W.JKERXE, & CO., *
"' i The Steamer, "ASTATULA, ten cents extra. I II .
; ,-MivYoungthe fu engineer of the' Goods Buttons I manufacturers of the ,'
steamer Cinderella, arrived at this place Will leave Sanford and Enterprise ev. Honey Barrels, and Oval Water : .

last Saturday on the Astatulr.: .Young LACES, RIBBONS, &C., cry Tuesday for llockleilgc, and will Breakers AMAZON READY-MIIED PAOT1:....
'
leave Sanford and Enterprise for Salt *
-
and Capt.Moore started down the river out -
R From : : $:.OO: in all shades and for
:t, Monday.morning.! .' The Cinderella will That can't he beat anywhereCOME. Lake and TitusviUe. every Friday.IiET1iNIrG Up. ready f'; :,

'i' be carried outside to Jacksonville where Tanks tin m edlate Use. 0

: she will be 3.uIcd.out'. and' scraped tlllI Will leave Lake Pohisett everyi'etl- and all kinds of COOVKII WOUK to order.T. SiecMj AJasteJ For This CIMaie,.. ."... .
then return to run on the river. Wo
tin, .
nes derstand that it is \lr Ostrander's iuteu and grinders of .*
:j :, Saturday at 9 a. m. for Sanford.
1I tion to put a small steamer on the lowe: : Prompt clo>c connections made with J.'tGraul ; : Florida. Pure White Lead

river to connect with the Cinderella, IJl': c. J. HECTOR, line .
daily steamers for Jacksonville and LUMBER !
&
low the narrows. Colors In Oil. '.'
I all Xorth.
4 points
d.s .a i Will be furnished to order on short noticeat oniCt :uu1 Factory, IKo.

t:., "hat's the usehavinglrPe1tsia? Why: : Hardware and Cnpt. Joe Smith, $13.00 thousand.
per 2G Ocean Street,
j. 3 tf 3lutager.
belch and say you've:;heartburn,everytime
l you eat? Be sensible, take Blown'' NOTICE OF JA'COKPOYATIOX LUMBER & SHINGLES JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

Iron Bitters and get..well.ift General Produce Always on hand. Z&- end for color card and price list.Lamattar .
... Man River & Northern TrCOMPANY. '! crtattoa

Notice to the Public.I MERCHANT, C. MAGRUDER & CO. f 111".1 i\I: \ RflTTI FS.Newami .
.. NOTICE is 1IF.1r.1Glnx that in ac- >,,,Pictorial at*
shall begin tour of jtra History the RT"'Sca fiifhtj:
r my inspection to : cord.uico with the laws of Florida we S. RYDER. *f". By!:tehcal Oinxtor SHIPPEN.U.S.N. Address
IC. XVKBY i Ox.633 Cbesmut be.rea.1tJuao.-
>: the schools the 10th List. Melbourne. Florida :
on Any com the ullllcrsi ('. Imv funned an a .ocil- KOCKLEDGE
November loth Is-') K 17 ,
municat Gus sent me during alnenci1 ion to l>c styled and known as the Indian Per
my --- Has 00.
just received and nuoui.
continues
to keep TACHfRS( l
shall receive prompt attention on lrl' $100.00 A WEEK liver and Northern Transportation in SWARTED J e tit mal*
Stock
full
Company for the purpose of constructing a and complete stock of Groceries ] MFK. A tlrw.C.McCuiwrsCa.Ptu
f %Vec.ui giurautfu tho above amount -!. P a.
turn. It is to adjust to +a1rhw
impossible matters good, active,energeticAgents maintaining and operutiug a Kail- foots A; Shoes: Hats x Caps ingreat
: between schools. wanting teachers, and TULllfrull1 a point un Indian llivurator variety and General Merchandiseof AGENTS Wanted ......ham&n ....

r teachers wanting schools where mail facilities Ladies 113t,11 near Ilockledge to a point on Lake Poin- -=-rludd'ua: Boo s & Biblesncedcderer.beteLlbrr.J
I : c* :gentlemen make a succes. every description. Ask for whateveryou re.t.e ;
scttou the St. Johns river in Jtrcvard Iu-in I rw e:1elh ''>I :
,... ;, .
.
inUuibusiniss.crjIittlc capital required _,. .
! J do not exist, I hope that a \cr- \\e have household article a.s a:.a>!u aeiiour. county. Florida, fur the purpose of conveying may want. One price to all. Canned .N a .U-a.wa.hrtk. rim.

I i: sonal visit to the schools will obviate the It sells' ilst-ll : persons anl1lrolJcrt.r. Said road] Goods of every description a specialty.LUMBER TOURO INSTITUTE.
i' It is u3t..l every day in every tamll)'. You ilo to be three thereabout.MIXUK .
difficulty, and that all our schools can be not nw.1 to explain its merits. There la a rich 1 S. (JEWISH CbLLFXiIATB EUr.USH\IIST

:?... opened within six weeks., portuiiity.barveatforall it costs who! yon embritethls only one cent goMciioi to leanwLatonrbusiiusdia. ). .\I.l: .L'iI: >EC Jests A. SiEWAirr, FOI roll 8F ES,) NEWPORT, R I.

t; 'Respectfully, A. BrxADYSupt Luy a postal carts and .IA}IFS .\. McCitour.Titnsville Will be furnished to order on short notice Principal, Itev.AbrdiunP.Mendee,3lin-

\.'t-. of school:. tus write und to full ullI.n.l't p.uticnlars! will send:you our pro pec- September 21,1SS3. 22 3m. at $18.00 pcr thusand. Dressed lum- i-tcr. of I Tnuro Spanish Synagogue I and: Portuguete!: Newport conpresntion ; lattfpreiielitr "-

". T ItEE !
',;,'. LaGrange FL-U, Oct... 5th 1883. And we know you will derive more cootl thai FOR SALE ber from>2l>.00 to 82 J.oo per thousand. London, En;?.; 2f) years Princii'aiNorthnick
\0: *' >ou have any Idea of. Our reputation a, a LUMBER college, Lraulon etc, Sitnate.1
A house &
and in
lot SHINGLES
cottace
: :; lUiinaiactunn;:comiuny Is such that we cannot desirable ,
: Contagious diseases, malaria, liver complaint afford on highest portion of city close to EtHemeAve.
to deceive.
Write to Titusville also Blacksmith wheel
us ou a pxwta Wright
;, arc all prevented by usdng the and give your address plainly and n-ceiv amid Titusville always on hand. Ample J rlluI1l1+. Very !-et sanitaryarrpngwnent
general diou at
repairing
:fj gentle but powerful tonic, firown's Iron full pirtiuU.u 21 jy. *. Pupils n-linitttil at any
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