The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00070
 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 18, 1883
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00070
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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,:.! ,''i1I'-. ., OVERLAND, had swallowed a patent sausage stuffer CITY POINT ITEMS. STATE 3KWS. I WASIIINGTOLETTER..
and had them in good trim. From CoffeePot > -
: liLaGrange to New Smrrna.Mckta S. Elliot
Edgar of Suwa'nnee
Mr. Albeit Faber is enlarging his county,
; .bf tile Way as Described Hill you go'about east two miles and has (From our regular com-apomlent.)
: by a Cracker. you get a glimpse of the Atlantic Houseat grove. : gathered two cro}* of peaches from WASHINGTON, C., Oct. 6, 1883. I i

i ,.. For s long time I have desired; ;.to take Oak mu,then you find a cross road, Mr. Cass Allen is the P. M. at Georgiana his trees this season. The artists employed by Messrs. L. C. :

.: '4 trip to Smyrna by land, but the fear of take the left and you are in front of Capt also the only tinner on the river. The popular steamer John Sylvesterwill 'Tiflany and Co., the decorators,have completed :

looang the way has kept me from it until McLean's place. The young groves in Mr. H. S. Black and sou are engagedin soon resume her .old ran between their work at the White House. ;
, a;ihort .time: ,ago when my desire..wasptfied this section all look well and the housesare the erection of a neat cottage for Mrs. Palatka and Jacksonville. All that remains to be done is to clear 0

by an invitation to accompany neat and tidy. You now come to the Chester.Mr. Governor Bloxluim has offered reward away the dust and litter left by the workmen -

., 'agony that was going from ,LaGrange new road leading from Oak Hill to New J. C. Norwood recently returned of $300 for the arrest of Wm. W.Willing- to uncover the chandeliers and relieve !

to attend the Base Ball match at the above I Smyrna, and this road is certainly acredit from the Hot Springs Ark. paid our Sun- ham, of Polk county, and the Informant the mirrors from their winding
named place on the 28th ultimo. The I to the thinks the should add $200 sheets. But in
country.. The laud is hickory day school a visit. county more this-the scrub and dust- i
; Invitation was readily accepted upon my scrub and looks like good orange land. to the sum. man's line-an immense amount of workis j
Miss Susie Brown returned from Phila-
]lining that two young men were goingrwiuVthe The hammock land is The to be done. The
nearer the river. in with Mrs. Hamiltonand i rate of taxation for Hillsboro yet carpets have all I
. : party to act as pilots. Thinking We stopped at our friend Olsons to see daughter company, last week. county is lower for the present year than been taken up and cleaned and are piledup

that you or some of your readers may his apiary. All the people here area ever before, being but 9 mills; 5 mills for in the State dining-room, ready to be .
Wish to go the same way and perhaps notporn few Jerseys and they can boastof land ,I Miss Katie Hamilton" Is from the "CityI State, 2 for county, and 2J for school relnid; the furniture tied up in sheets, is ;

I guide, I :will give you a descrip-. of "milk and honey." The next grand Brotherly Love, and began school purl+ose! piled together in immense heaps in the I

, tionoftheroad. sight we saw was something white, some this morning, October 8th. The Board of County Commissioners halls and corridors, and the floors are-covered !
At the "peep of day" on the morningof said they were 'possums. We kept on A contractor to umUh '50,000 feet of of Hillsltoro county have assessed the with Utter. The massive crystal j;

the 27th ultimo we heard the cry at guessing until we were quite close to them lumber is wanted, delivered at Georgian Disston lands for 18S3 at $1 acre the chandelier in the East room has to be ta-
"all ready," and in a short time four or five houses are to be erected this' per ;
the gate when and cleaned
they grunted, and we recognized Reed lands at 75 cents., and those of the apart ; a thousand prisms
:ere'were all seated for the trip, when ]I the noise as that of a hog. But who ever fall and winter. Lake Butler Villa Company at $1.25. must be taken off one by one, cleaned and :

learned that our pilot had been detainee heard of white hogs? They were the Mr. U. D. Hendrickson has started carefully replaced. Several hundred glass I

:'oabuaneM but would,catch up with us real razor-back, however, only they were northward expecting to return in a suitably Lecsburg News: A gentleman near globes and shades are spread out over the j
Pansoffkee Lake has thatis
. "on hew y. Immediately niy old fears white. We then "entered New Smyrna sized vessel for outside navigation between a coffee most tree floor and on the tables in the State dining ;
: growing and flourishing luxuri-
of getting lost were restored but we concluded hammock and all at once we were lost, Lake Worth, Capron Inlet and room,waiting be polished and replaced.
'; to make the'best of* it and just the road apparently going no further. acksonville. antly. If one coffee plant will grow and The decorators' and gilder:: art has been J

t .bfle ahead," as our'turnout was one of: We were in front of a house, but as there The many friends of Hiram Hall will flourish, why will not a number of coffeetrees applied; \\ great effect in the East room. i e
equally well ? It is worth theexperiment.
'the finest' that LaGrange affords' and I'' were dogs in the yard no one cared to go learn with regret that his health b much The walls and heavy mouldings have not I

hope mil pardon me if I describe it. We and ask the way. We looked around impaired-having only partially recovered been touched as the gilding on these has j

-had- every handsome covered. hack with. and met our friend W. S. Abbott, he in- from an attack of paralysis, which occurred Pensacola Commcirinl: The moss. crop not had time to tarnish since it was put Ia 4wt I 1:
seats and a pair of mules, a perfect of this State is worth more than the cotton '
spring formed us that we were at Smym.and some months ago. year ago. All the work Juts been ,
match. To a person who didn't know, asked us to get down, my best girl deci- and can be put on the market with upon the ceiling, which hits been conver-
On Oct. 2nd a of friends of the r
he could not tell "tother from which," ded that she was just going to stay. Bill party I only very little expcn Rev. M. Black fromMerritt's Island and
'and don't believe that there was a foot' exceeds the supply and there is not a ,
found us all we could desire while we tiny blocks of gold and silver, rugged, ; :
:difference in the length of their ears.Then City Point, evinced their esteem for his county in the Suite in which the productis I
and '
staid at Smyrna. Tom and John, who eminent usefulness the uneven, as if just clipped from the
by presentation
vision" also. not now going to wa:"te.
"Optical was peculiar had rude metal. The effect is
are now young men, we not seer of a neat set of bedroom furniture. very fine. The :f
One was blind on one side and "tolher on since they were young boys and they Some of the contributors were detainedat The Tallahassee railroad, the oldest designs are not particularly significant, i
-totl er." The first thing that :attracted were glad to see us. Tom saddled his home. I. railroad in the State, extending from Tal- being but squares arid scrolls, but the antique j1

mf attention was that the driver had horse for your humble scribe to ride to laliasnce to St. Marks on the Gulf of Mexico workmanship i is worthy Solomon's

them hitched each with the good eye in- Smyrna center, and, on the way, in talk- Rev. Wni. Simmons who has been recuperating was sold on the Oth inst by United cniple. The little blocks of silver, laid

side.: When I asked him why he placed ing over the news of the day I learned in North Georgia, returnedlast States Marshall Durkee, for $25,000, to together with a rich irregularity of outline t

them that wahe replied that they worked that Smyrna had been talking corpora- week, in excellent health. He is John A. lfeuderscutagent. Henderson is form the background for the inlaying ':

better that way. As our pilots were tion. Ah-ha! then I had it, that accounted having the material for a new house supposed. to represent the Hcuniug inter- of gold which forms the scrolls. This !h

gull behind and the road was dim, it for the hogs on the way being white,, shipped from the St. Johns. His fine estC. work, which is said to have been entirely \\

struck me'that each mule should have an and I don't blame the poor things. If I young grove is laden with a large crop of: G. Elliot, liquor dealer of Jacksonville ill accordance with Mr. Arthur's ideas, 1

eye to business. At nlwut "an hour by was a razor back and heard corporation oranges. thought he had discovered a flaw and began under his supervision is in H I

nun,"_we left Mr. Pace's and took the talked of Pd turn white too. We soon )[r. A. Brady our efficient superintendent in the new local option law, and so had a high class: of art, the painting from the ,

right hand fork for about 200 yards, then arrived at Smyrna center and the first we of schools, paid our vicinity a pleasant test case taken before Judge Baker. Af- distance it is seen appearing to be real ';

we strike the big road that lead to Au- met from home wad the "Magnolias' visit Oct 1st, hi the interest of our ter argument, and taking the case under : Mosaic work. ;

rantia, turning to the right we tool that viewing the ground where "The Stars school, he was gratified to find that a i advisement for about ten days, Judge I It is announced evening that Senator |!

road until we nearly reached the scrub, would fall. We met LaGrange and Ti- teacher had been selected for the ensuingterm Baker has rendered his decision:: fully Edmunds, President pro tern of the

then we followed the log road about a tusville and as is always their custom at which is to last eight mouth: sustaining the local option law. Senate had appointed Richard Francis j'' '

mile and it gives us a "right smart lift" home and abroad to meet each other witha Salary is to be $250. The Sheriff of Alachua county, has attached as keeper of the Senate restaurant Rich-

towards Blue Ridge. At this place "w happy greeting, so was the Case there. ReDunb.1.r, son-in-law of our es- the rolling stock of the Transit ard who is a courteous and affable colored :

fate: the trail in a northerly course and two You and to 1 met business and as, no you doubt always have saw< teemed citizen, Dr. C. A.Hentz, preached Railroad at Gainesville for taxes. A levy gentleman is the oldest and best known ;i
eyes you
such winding and twisting as is on that more than I did so I leave you to tell the to a crowded audience nt 11 a. in. Sun- will also )he made on all the depots, warehouses barkeeper ia the city of Washington. :
trail Why our party refrained from rest We had a very pleasant stay at day Sept. 30. On the 1st inst. he startedon and road bed of the Transit and For two generations: he has stood behind I

whistling for fear that we might meet our old friend Abbott's, where we stud" his return home to Palatka with his Peninsular railroads in Alachua county. the bar at Hancock's, on the south side t

the deacon and be turned out of church and until started next morning rejoicing, "after on a home the Stirs stretcl fell,1: family-increased during their visit by a The taxes, to recover which the levy was of Pennsylvania avenue, near 13th street, !tl ,

for waltzing the mules, If such had been Any further information freely give: fine specimen of that abundant article- made, amount tt $13,257.42In and mixed drinks for statesmen, lawyers, :

the case I for one would have protested about the overland route to New fcmyrn an Indian River baby. regard to the alternative mandamus journalists, poet, actors, and others of :i
for it resembled when accompanied by three cent renown and the fame of his f.
a poke-ah (polka.) St.'unp. punches,
issued the
by Judge King on Levy
the several ci)1ernshave
BY Crni During summer
Toe man that laid out this trail must it.LAGRtNGE juleps, and smashes has extended far jj
c.. .. been constructed in the neighbor- County Commissioners, ordering themto f
have been in in of old and wide. Clay Webster and the
a cart pursuit an great j|
ITEMS. Issue a permit for a saloon license to
hood two or three coats of cement plastered -
buck. I know this man must have been lights of their day, on the walk down ''j
the sand forms sufficiently Wellmau, or appear before him on the
in a cart for there are several places where It is whispered : right on a third Monday of this month and show from the Capitol after their exhausting !;
substantial wall for all practical '
two pines grow so close together that you That a gentleman was very much purpozs. such should forensic contests, never failed to stop at 'j
cause: why iwnnit not be
The cost of large sized cistern
can'go between them only with a cart frightened one day last week, when he ; granted, the Commisnionera have decidedon Hancock's and renew worn-out vitality ''j j j
domestic thus constructed
for I
We had to go through two wheels at a discovered the loss of his pocket look : purposes the latter alternative and will show with one of Richard's choice decoctions, ::1
iloes exceed $30.
time or we would have stuck sure. Three containing more than a hundred dollarsin not cause. and those who succeeded them have followed 1 .

miles further and we are at Slaughter it. The first question which presented 4* S ... .. their example. Every day during ,w'
Section 11 of the License Law.
Creek,and at this place the fellow in the itself was, "oh where has la)' pocket book Letter From Mr. W. A. L. OstrnutlerP. the sessions of Congress for an hour or two Ii?! .
cart must have killed the old buck, thus now gone to?"' It was found. We have been requested to publish the E. Wigcr; Ey.: after the adjournment of each House. :

giving the creek its name. You strikethe That Mich Jones has returned from following: My: DEAR Siu-No doubt you have Richard is kept busy as a bee in answering ;

Oak Hill road about a mile further Ga. with a large force of hands. 1 Ic con- :No person shall engage in or managethe wondered what has become of me0 I the calls of Senators, members and ''

and it is: a good road for this country. It templates making large opening in his business, profession or occupation drop you this to say that I am still in the others, and Hancock's though it is old u:

leads northeast about a mile and a half hammock up in Jonesvilli mentioned in this section, unless a State land of the living and expect soon to sec fashioned, dingy, and covered; allover tl

then you enter "Turubull Hammock," That if the parties who do not K-ieve license shall have been procured from the you in proper person and condition, and with the dust of years, has a more distinguished I:

then you turn short to the right and the Hayes place belongs to any Imdy and Collector of Revenue, which license hall equipped carry out the ideas of a constituency uiy other saloon I:

make a bee line for home. Then you will who are daily pilfering oranges therefrom be issued to each person on receipt of the through line of steamers from Lake in Washington. Notwithstanding !I

,.think you are lost, but just "bile ahead" will call upon B. J. Mints, they will hear amount hereinafter provided, togetherwith Worth to Smyrna and Daytona. his frigid temi>erauieut, u K-urued and
and you come to "Sticky Prairie," then of something to their advantage.That the Clerk's fee for each license of I shall have a fine side-wheel, saloon: eminent Senator from Vermont has found II'

as far as you can see the road points toward the attendance upon Susulay tTenty-five cents, and shall>e signed by steamer, compound engines, eighteen himself unable to resist the charms of .

home, then you know you are lost, school was larger last Sunday tluu for the Collector of Revenue and Clerk of the inches draft for the Lake Worth trade) Richard's mixture, and has not infrequently .:

but j just "bile ahead." We looked aroundfor months. Let the good work go ou Bro. Circuit Court Counties, incorporatedcities connecting with the Cinderella from Ti- slaked his thirst at the never- '

our guides but "Jl
&:en. About mile and a half in that That Mr. C. II. Garvey was up looking taxes, of the same kind upon the same draft for the Haulover canal to Smyrna. draws. AUGUST.
business :subjects they deem when Those vessels. are building as fast as -......- ,.
prairie and the road turns to Suiyrua, in after his interests in the orange may proper, 01110 GOES .
au it is about four miles. The water last Thursday. He contemplates the erection the business, profession or occupation men and money can drive them and I i r

tax very low and our craft; dragged on the of a neat little cottage at an early !-1l.'l1111 e engaged in or managed within hope :soon to have one or forth on the riv- CISCL NATI:, October 11-12:30.-The r

bottom all the way across.: After passing day. Why should; this be thus, friend G? such county, city or town; but they shall er. They ore entirely new. The machinery election returns are coining in very slowly ;

through the hammock a mile we come to That we speak it aloud, that Fisher & not impose any such tax on any bunincss is by the celebrated Newburg build and are not all in yet by a long way. The ';,

the piney woods where we ;strike; "Coffee Carlile will be ready to saw luub r next occupation not mentioned in this section ers, Ward, Stanton & Co., and the hulls i Democrats claim Hoailly's election by t

Pot Bull," where the women agreed was week. nor shall the tax imposed by such by the equally avcll-known Samuel Pine, 12,000, and the Republicans concede his :

good place to make co2be. .A fire wasbuilt That L. J. Carlile made the fiuthip.- city, town or county exceed fifty per c't. of Grtenpoint, N. Y. election by a smaller figure. It Is the :i
and a bright, coffee pot placed over ment of two thousand orange !!:.ie.1..on of the State tax. No license shall l>e issued .- Yen will recollect that 1 said in in)' most sweeping D lUocra.tic'ict ry since ma

ft,but the peaky thing wouldn't "bile" from this section. for more than one year, and all licenses first advcrti.-eincnt in the STAR that "0* 1858, and on very full vote. All theState a
chosen shall expire the first day of Oc- tnxnder's Line was not for a day but for
worth a cent until the light wood chunks That Capt. Charley Case was on officers but the Secretary State sire se- >
sere piled all around it, which took all umpire in the game of ball that: wa, to tober of each year, but fractional licenses all time to come," and I think you will cured. The Democrats claim the Legislature ;1.

He shine out of it and male it look like have been played between the Awkward may le issued to expire on that day, at a acknowledge there "u some truth in it by four on joint ballot outside of R

,*!&oldcamjujgcup. By this time the and Athletes last Saturday in Tit :,Yilk proportionate rate estimating from the when you see two more fine steamers on Cincinnati. It will elect Senator Pendle :'

*wuen had dinner all ready We had Charley is a tip top umpire. first day of the month in which the license the river. Now that everything is under ton's successor. In this city Hoadly will
That Superintendent Johnson announced Lfao issued. And: licenses may be transferred way qn that I con leave I hope to CC you have 2,500 majority, and the Democrats h
Cicely finished arrivedfctting
wheu our guides elect all the ticket but Legislatorsand ;i
with the : I have ordered connty
in last Sunday that the annual Christmas approval of the Comptroller soon the, Cinderella
a lope, their arrival relieved Commissioners. The Ohio Democratswere i
OIU'mind: conaderably fur we had decided tree would be seen on Christmas with the business for which they were around to Jacksonville, to go on ways for never so j jubilant The prohibition

that we were lout Now, Mr. Editor night instead of Christmaevc hereto token out, when there is a bona fide 1.le painting, etc., etc for the winter* bu; h- amendment had ui huuten.- vote but a t
bow and transfer of the business;, but such ness. I am, sir, was defeated. "
; it is impolite to remark about, fore. ....
people That LaGrange has quite a delegationof transferred license shall not be held to be Yours very respectfully,
; eating, but Fll just tell you: while The Floridian says it has been recently ,
,A watcliedthotf guides eating their duioeriae her citizen in attendance MIOU courtthij good for a longer time or any other place W. A. L. rnA DER. discovered that west' Gadsden! abounds

:"'-'! idea struck Kit that; cadi of the y, week::juror*. O. C. than that for which i it originally iss tl .l. Suiuuiit, N. J., Oetoter 3. lSg3. in valuable chalybeateI' spriag: .'I .ti
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Home Economies. gravy with, tbe" ,pork fat, if it is. not Our Young Folks., j J J.t n I ground under trees wnot ,

scorched;by adding to It and working -, .. 'I -j grow ; adding that where': "

LETTUCE SALAD Direction!' for thoroughly into one heaping tablespoonful Uncle Sam's. Cold and Silver. Plowing Under:;,Clover., ters are too severe foritvrpm "'-'

the preparation'of. lettuce vere givenIn of flour; when this,is smooth andwell Uncle Sam has a money house hi'Wall A New York State correspondentwrites walls it will often remain bhri-

'the .'emergency dinner," and also'a cooked add one and one-half cups street, New York, called the sulHtreasury to' the Country Gentleman: on the ground. Plants ahouldw *

rule for making a boDed dressing,-whichis of hot water, or stock if you have it. which, old King Crows would "Plowing clover for wheat is still large within four of five feet_ ofeU*. lit

oaeof the most delicate and delicious Season with Worcestershire; sauce, or have liked:.to visits It contains; at present ly practiced in this section, with the and plenty of old mangy ghj; **

of salad dressings. 'JL word or,,two. regarding onion or_tomatoas suits your own taste. in gold and silver coin,about one difference that now the top is mostly -A Tribune correspondent

treatment of lettuce-may not Pour the gravy 'over the cutlets and hundred and'five nimbus of dollars all cut off and saved for. bay, and only theraots young horses should never w

be out of place just here.. Never cut simmer until tender, which will be in neatly packed in bags,or stowed in bins, with what foliage cannot be imposed upon them until ban

it or use a knife to it in any fashion. about three-quarters of an hour. Take in vaults which are supposed to be burg mowed, turned under. One.fact about proved that 'they cannot .dV it t fa. ?

Teax.it apart and arrange it .with the out the cutlets and put them oa a hot lar proof. the recently cut clover bay may not them. He predicts that the L'

larger..leaves.on the outside and the platter, lemove the fat from the gravy, In fact, they are burglar proof; else generally be known. It is that so longas far oft wh-nsomehumanebwefiL dwk .

smatter light yellowish leaves in the add more seasoning if needed,and strain some gentlnnan.of the profession,would the clover is,standing the sqil will be his kind and horse kind Wilt t

centre,' so it will look. like a. head of over the meat. Garnish with sliced have attempted ,them during the last aShard as a brick, and almost unplow- a breed of howes having
lettuce It is well not to able but if plowed within three OB lid&. "
fully opened. lemon. In seasoning any dish forty years. ; tough feet, in addition, to
dress it unless fully know the tastes four days after the clover has been removed -i all: -
you bet always that a successful good qualities that
remem-I They are deep down in the bowels of shoeing*ia :
o! each,individual and find :they are one which 'cannot be defined. the earth, under a building the most the soil will turn up with comparative necessary ..

similar for tastes about salads are quite ease. I have noticed two in-
taste is marked the delicacy and -
massive and solid in all America. The -A great farmers
apt to differ., Some prefer sugar and ef the dish is lost. Too many stances of this within the last month, many *?
built for ITime
building was as eternity, cov and Barred
vug: merely; others like best the cooks insist on emphatic flavors, and by ering the whole basement with archesas and it is a fact which I have never be- breed of hogs is believe tit tt.

French dressing, while still others desire f o doing lose all claim to the title of Down in fore seen recorded. That the mass of determined br
strong as a stone quarry. amount of corn in the
the boiled the Mayonnaise dress- artists. clover foliage should dry the soil rapidlyis crib. J f fa
that marvelous understructure Uncle
that the best bred
ing. If you don't want the bother*of I. -; not strange. The inexplicable part hogs require |tilt
Sam keeps the bulk of his gold. Doors most liberal feeding.
waking a dressing yourself it willaave of it is that after this foliage has been In fact, it isIII
G.:ns of ThoughtNever 1 beyond doors of solid steel protect it, of the advantages of a
you z.uch trouble to have a botUo 1i removed, without any rain, the soil good breed
i these secured by locks that are wound it will nuke better
use of
of salad dressing always on.hand in the should become friable and comparative the tit
-, : leave home with unkind up every night like so many clocks, amount of feed than a
chest. moist. It be that the poor animal w
ly may process of ,
words. which no key of man can open till they a starved pig of the best
FRENCH DRESSING.-This is made drawing water from the subsoil, which breed is tI'4
Never neglect to call upon your run down. worst kind of a scrub.
and the lettuce is dressed at the table. with full foliage is at once evaporated,

Mix one salt-spoonful of salt and half a friends. The silver vault is a spacious underground goes on with little interruption for a -The Chicago Inter Ocam cIQa

-siltepoonful of pepper in the >salad4poon -J I Never laugh at the misfortunes of hall forty-seven feet long, time after the foliage is removed. The that hay can be shipped profitably: ba

; then fill the spoon three.times others.Never twenty-eight feet wide and twelve feet surface roots will thus be made very :. the West because the improved oelioi I

with oil and once with vinegar. and toss I give a promise that you do high, divided into bins of various sizes. sappy,just as the sap exudes from the in baling overcomes the disarraataM I

all lightly together. ; not intend to fulfill. Here are nine hundred tons of silver stumps of vigorous trees cut in spring I of being far from market. In the w. I

CARAMEL CUSTARD.-Put onehalfa -We walk on the verge of two com, with thirty-three millions of dol after the flow of sap has begun Probably improved presses and wire are qael a I

; cup of sugar in an omelet pan and stir worlds; at our feet lies the very grave lars.The the effect in helping the plowingby baling hay, and a third more weight i I

until it melts and is light brown. Add that awaits us. gold is all kept in bags, each removing the summer foliage would put into the same space than in tit I

to one quart of warm milk. Beat kind of piety that is always finding and the bags are piled one upon long deep roots of clover. The experiments presses and wooden hoops are used I

seven eggs slightly, add one-half a fault with others, grumbling and another in even columns twelve bags of Voelcker have shown that -One advantage in planting fruit I
hi h. clover makes the best trees by roadsides is found in the I
teaspoonful of salt, one teaspoonful of growling because things are not different ; preparation for net

vanilla and part of the milk. Strain it from what they are, is neither well When the sub-treasury bill was wheat after the second crop of hay is that they are less liable to attack from I
insects. It is I
into the remainder of the milk and pour removed. The soil is then richer in believed that the road
leasing to God, nor profitable to men. before congress, Henry Clay, Daniel
dust is helpful in
it into a buttered two quart mold ; set Open your heart to the sweet influences Webster, and the whigs generally fertilizing material than at any previous driving insects sear. I
the mold in of cold water and stage of clover growth. It is its beneficial If this theory be true, duatingtntsjj, 1
a pan of divine grace, and let a little of God's saw in it certain ruin of the republic.
orchards with lime I
bake thirty or forty minutes, or untilsirm sunshine into your soul.A Since the system was adopted, how effects on the subsoil that makes should prove effee.
and a knlfe-thrustcomes out clean. the clover so good a preparation for wheat. tual. Ashes are still better, when I

:Serve it cold, with a caramel saucepDured Touching Memorial. and ever,paid something sub-treasury more has than received a bil- Other foliage plants, with roots near they can be had, as in ripening trait i I

: over j t. To cool it for dinner The superintendent of a street rail- ion and a half of the public the surface, are of little value." considerable amount of potash a I

place the mold in a pan of ice water, way leading out of New York into the the loss of a dollar,moneywithout and -T. S. Gold, of West Cornwall, always required.-American CUi I I

and do not it until it is country, tells how a father and mother
remove Conn. t"ator.The
perfectly without disturbing the course of bust- fays that the worm which produces Farmers' Magazine I
erected memorial to their dead commenting -
a boy.
cold and you are ready to serve gapes in chickens is
alone in his office on the experiment of permitting t tin>
it Sitting one day, a ness.A the
ground. lIe has
entered who lady of great ability Mrs. Lamb so infected students Amherst College to eultinte
strange gentleman provedto ,
TOCOAXUT CAKE.Take the whitesof it is impossible to raise
be an officer in the army. He editor of the Jlayazine of American one land, states that the animosity of the |
; five eggs, one small cup of sweet out of a dozen chicks when allowed to
carried a little box in his hand, and History, las been looking into the farmers in that section does not aria I
milk,one cup and two-thirds of another range on it, while adjoining fields
after some hesitation, said : vaults and offices of the sub-treasury are from fear of competition, for the production I
of granulated sugar, two-thirds a cup entirely free from the malady. !
would be
too little
recently and gives us a view such
of butter, one teaspoonful and a half of "I have a favor to ask of you. I -Oliver Baker, of Fulton
of its excellent and woi king. The county, purpose, but the farmers are averse to
had little and I've lost him. easy
baking powder, about three cups of a boy, Georgia, thrashed from twentynineand "book
sifted flour; flavor with almond extract ; I He was all the world to me. When he sub treasurer, however, has any one-half dozen sheaves of "Strawberry" farming" and new methods
which liable to
thing but an time. In are throw uexperlenceonly"
bake in layers. Beat the whites of two was alive my wife used to search my easy one day oats twenty-nine bushels
the office has paid eleven thousand ; in the shade. It advises tin)>
! or three eggs to a froth, add pulverized pockets every night, and whateverloose pension fifty dozen of "Red Rust-Proof" oats II
farmers to watch the
cheeks averaging dollars boys clwelj.iad
sugar enough to make rather thin frosting change she found, she would putit twenty-six I fifty bushels, and from fifty (lozen'"Burt" if
for the baby. Well he's each, and it is not uncommon for they succeed adopt the/"lmproted
and between the gone. oats
put layers ; on grown on one and one methods.
the treasurer to his
Here is the box. sign name three
this scatter cocoanut to quarter acres
: ; put on enough fifty bushels.
! make a nice layer ; for the top and sides "We talked the matter over, and thousand times in one morning to bond -Crop reports from Russia are favor -Sheep prefer upland pastures and a
I ,of the cake the frosting should belittle a came to the conclusion that we couldnot gold certificates Youths" Com able. The great wheat growing great variety of grasses It has bees
thicker. do better than to bring the money pan ion. of Russian Poland expects an aver proved that the pasture has a neater!

to you to the fares of sick Keep the Children Happy. The influence than climate on the finecea:
pay poor age crop. important
country to the
CHOCOLATE CAKE. Take a half:
children out of town during the sum Invent north of the wool. Fat sheep yield heavier and
pound of melted butter, and stir it until every possible amusement to Sea, from Odessa to fleeces
it froths. Take the yelks of twelve mer. keep your boys at home in the evenings. the Azof, has been freshed by timely coarser in flesh. The, than those that are poor

I eggs, stir them into the 'I butter, add "It would please him to know that Never mind if they scatter books and rains, and gives promise of a good yield" taken to the Western fine dock East,in when
,fcalf a pound of pounded sugar,the same he is Helping to save the lives of other pictures, coats, hats and boots Nevermind of wheat. latitude
same will in a few ptarschaage
.of ground almonds, a quarter pound of poor children. As soon as the box is if they do make a noise aroun dThe scarcity and high price of block their
of fleeces
-ohocolate, ground, a tablespoonful of empty we will fill it. While we live you, with their whistling and hurrah walnut timber should induce farmers to and size of quantity *
sheep will increase but the
We ;
-cinnamon: half a teaspoonful of cloves, we will keep up the bank." ing would stand aghast if we cultivate this valuable tree. Young fineness of
the wool will not be retained.
pounded. 'Stir all well together for a Tue box has been twice emptied andfilled could have a vision of the youug men men especially should pay attention to
or upland is the best fore
quarter of an hour. Then beat the hundreds of sick and dying chil who had gone to utter destruction forthe the culture of black walnut. There ar fine wool. herbage

whites of the eggs to a froth, and.add dren have owed to this dead baby theirone very reason that, having cold, disagreeable ,. always places on the farm where they

these to the above mixture. But breath of fresh air this summer. dull, stiff firesides at home, can be grown, which are not occupied -The Germantown Teleyrapb says:

ter the mold, and bake the abovein ... they sought amusement elsewhere. The by other products. "Peach leaves are poisonous, and often
Duties of
Daily influence of prove fatal when eaten frntmak
a loving mother or sister is by
: moderate for hour and
: a oven an a -The annual
Life is not entirely made up of great incalculable. Like the circle formed moulting season of The leaves are said to contain prussic

quarter. evils or heavy trials; but the perpetual by casting a stone in the water, it goes fowls is now at hand, which is some acid, and a number of instances an
JELLY CAKE.Beat three eggs three recurrence of petty evils and small 1 times a critical periods with them. This
on and through a man's whole life. recorded of sheep being killed by eating
minutes ; add one teacupful of whitesugar trials is the ordinary and appointed ex Circumstances and worldly pleasures transformation of the feathery covering them. Instances have occurred in

.- ; butter the size of a small egg, ercise ef the Christian graces. To bear may weaken the remembrance for a is a great drain upon the system. They which cattle and sheep have been poi

warmed but not melted, and one smateaspoonful ll with the failings of those about us should be fed liberally at this time
time, but each touch upon the chord of witha soned by eating the leaves of the till
of lemon extract. Beat with their infirmities their bad varied supply of food
judgment and allowed
memory will awaken the old time an cherry. It has been said that the leaves

.altogether five minutes, and add one- their ill breeding, their perverse music, and her face, her voice, and her extended range to wander over. ef the cultivated cherry are free from
third of a teacupful of sweet milk. Sift
tempers to endure neglect when we loving words will come up before him -Over 80,000 head of cattle and m.my poison until they have wilted; but
one heaping teaspoonful of baking povrder feel deserve attention and
we ingratitude like a revelation. The thousand sheep cases have been the
time will come, are now feeding on the known in which
ipto one teacupful of flour and stir
where we expected thanks ; to before think plains of leaves and
you when you would givethe Wyoming Territory, and green have proved poisonous
into the other thin many
ingredients. Spread bear with the
company of disagreeable world of both fatal "
to have your house tumbledby more species on those of the to animals.
-on: round tins, and bake in a quick people whom Providence has placed in
the dear hands of those State of Texas and
yet there
-oven. When partially cool spread with very boys ; are many -Herbs for winter use should be
our way and whom he has provided on
when who hestitate
shall to
your long for the admit that
'I' currant jelly, and put the layers together. purpose for the trial of our virtue,these steps in the hall, and their ruddy cheekslaid crop is the most important natural grass gathered when the plants are in flower.
are the best exercisers of patience and product Just as the dowers begin to fade u considered
to of this
up yours ; when you wouldrather country.
to be the best time to harvest
self-denial and the better because not
VEAL Cl"TLETS.-This of cook- have
way their jolly whistle than the -Rye production in Russia is
about them. The
ring veal has been very much liked at chosen by ourselves. To bear with songs of Nellson ; when you wouldgladly 600,000,000( bushels, and in some of herb garden was formerly
years greater domestic than in
'the cooking-school, and several repetitions vexations in business, with disappointment have above importance
I dirty carpets, aye, live goes 700,000,000 ; Germany about these days of medicines but
of it have been asked in the demonstration in our expectations, with interruptions without carpets at all, but to have 300,000,000 ; France, 7:5,000,000 patent ,
Aus- whether
; this to
lessons. Veal from the leg of our retirement, with folly, their change is an advantage
bright strong forms beside tro-Hungary, 100,000,000
you ; total of these health
well be Todd
is always used for cutlets. This por intrusion, disturbance in short, with once more. Then play with and it countries, 1,073,000,000; bushels. may questioned.
Theaverage herbs it is small
best in
tim of the meat is tough, and, if fried whatever opposes our will or contradicts them. Praise Johnny's drawing, Betty'smusic annual wheat production to tie them

I or broiled, as is often done, without our humor this habitual acquiescence and baby's first attempt at writ in these countries is about 700,OJO 000 shed.-bundles and hang them up in an airy
is hard and appears to be more of the Washington Tribune.
cjcy preparation, indigestible. ing her name. Encburage Dick to persevere bushels.

Pounding and trimming carefully, essence of self-denial than any little rigors in making his rabbit hutch. If -A: writer in the Country Gentleman -The Jlichi'jun Farmer gently remarks

and then simmering in the nicely sea- or afflictions of our own imposing one shows a talent for figures, tell him recommends the soaking of the wood that "a farmer who has tried the

; ; gravy, make it tender and deli-] These constant, inevitable, but inferior he is your famous mathematician ; andif composing a summer house in crude no-road-side-fence plan, declares his

iaus. Take one slice of veal from the evils properly improved, furnish a another loves geography, tell him he petroleum, saying it will make pious soul to have been greatly rued

leg, wipe it well, and remove the bone, good, moral discipline, and might in is sure to make a good traveler or foreign mon wood nearly or about as any durable com because of the trouble and damage

akia and tough membranes. I'ouand nd the days of ignorance, have superseded missionary. Go with them to see as cedar, besides imparting to it a caused by any transfer of stock from

cut into shapes for serving. Sprinkle pilgrimage and penance. their young rabbits, and chickens, and rich brown color. It would be parts of his own farm, or the positf

with salt and pepper. Roll in tine pigeons. Have them gather you mosses, excellent idea to apply the same an droves in the highway, and aLso that ia

cracker crumbs, dip in beaten egg, Mr. Errington is expected to returnto and grasses, and flowers to decorate preservative to trellises, etc. crop rotation the want of a fence compelled

then roll again in the cracker cram bs. Rome from London in October, to your room. And you will keep yourself lawns. on him to omit pasturing celds

Brown the pieces in hot salt pork fat, resume his former relations with the young and fresh by entering into -The Country Gentleman when such forage would have l**Il of

and put into a stewpan. Make brown Vatican. their joys. ments planting English recom- great advantage to him. lIe thinks he
ivy the
on bare
cannot quite spare the fences yet.




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a?;: THE 'FLORIDA STAR; port atLetterPtomtkeComptroller STEW ADVEBTISEMENTS. Notice.In .

2:: : ; OC11OBEB18,1883. CaxsTBOLLEBfa OFFICE, FLA., > the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit -,
.,:"...... October 31883. j DE BARBAYA of Florida, Brtmird County.
::,- ". -.J'VBJlIIIRD KVXST THUKUXAY J. A.MsCrory E q. TtaniSe Flo.DA Henry Wilson, )

" .AT; &E: The Attorney General has MERCHANTS'LINE vs. \Attachment.Wm. .
_ _.... .., .. : Florida.E. B. Moore, J
turned over to for Postal
- me reply your Sum sworn to $140.00.
, Card of U ult:,inquiring whether brandy Elegant .Side-wheel Steamers. It appearing from the evidence on tile
'J in; Eb g Editor & .PII 1d1er.TtnDa In the court that the defendant, WilliamB.
peaches and other brandied fruits can besold Carrying the V. S. Mall.
Moore cannot be found, said defendant
'1.50 Annum In advance.48QCAKEU -
; one Inch In apace ';' 18 squares without a Liquor dealer's li ense.- ONE or THE STEAMERS OF THIS LINE and all interested or concerned are
C column. :The last Bevenue act is plain on that will leave Jacksonville dally from wham foot hereby notified of the commencement of
"mtfc*a I of Laura street at 2 30 p.inland 3.F.and W. NowIs this suit by attachment. That an attach-
'cAJlwWnotreeel'reatteDUon.eta unaccompanied -by the point, it says: "Any person who shall sell Hallway wharf at 3:40 p.m.,for ment has been issued against the goods,

.1. twadreitlstng rates enquire of the ]Editor spirituous vinous or malt liquors, or any Palatka, Astor Sanford, En- chattels and credits of William B.:Moore
alft1I enclosing three cent stamp., pnparc. +oiuecnyotedinwholeorinpcai of and he is hereby required to appear,

mm PAPER may be found on file at such liquors, shall be deemed a dealer in terpriseAnd plead answer or demur to declarationfiled
in said before the first
well & Go's Newspaper.Adver- all intermediate landings; south of cause on or
P.& spirituous vinous
OeO or malt liquors within Monday in February a. d.1884 the same !

adrerti tiling Bureau ing contracts(10 Spruce may be Street made) where for it the meaning of this act." See par. 3rd, Palatka. the time to being rule him day, or default.judgment will be gIv-

YORK.-: sec 11, chapter 3413, acts 1883. Sunday Boat will leave at 1 p.m. en against by
lzt Will make close connections with all llail k A. A. Stewart,
AH such dealers are acting in violationof Lines for Clerk of circuit court Brevard county.
.THE Brevard STAB county.is the OFFICIAL, newspaper the law. Yours Truly, Point In tbe Interior.And October 4. 1883. 24 3m t

for W. D. BARNES, Compt. with steamers at Sanford for Notice.In .
friend at file ,POll Office at Tituanlle ai ......
Second-Clou Jfld r. Proceedings County Commissioners. Points on Indian River. SubscribeFor i the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Cir- i .
suit Florida Srtnard
TUESDAY, October 2, 1883. Returning leave Enterprise at 7 30 and Sou- of County. '
ford on arrival of train arriving at Jacksonville George F. Ensey. "I
The' rapid devewpment'of' the Great The Board of County Commissioners vs. >attachment.

South and her limitless capabilities are convened pursuant adjournment,mem- I Early next morning William B. Moore. j

hing presented to all sections in a man-I bers present Messrs. Wesson, chairman, Sum sworn to $200.
Making close connections with rail and steam It appearing from the evidence on file
I .net never heretofore BO convincing and Hardee and Morrow, A.!Stewart,clerk. Lines for all points I" the court that the defendant WilliamB.

conclusive. Her grand total of mileageof ,On motion it was ordered that proposals NORTH EAST AND WEST.For Moore cannot be found, said defen-
railroad in the Gulf States alone foot be received for making the public all points between Jacksonville and dant and interested or concerned are
Palatka.take one of the eteainen leaving i hereby notified of the commencement of
up to about 11,000 miles, which in all road, on first Monday in November, ac- Market a.in. wharf daily Sundays excepted at 10 this; suit by attachment. That an attachment I

probability will be augmented "by 1,000 cording to specifications in the Clerk's ;,VSTMAIL.Loaves has been issued against the goods I
miles during the coming year, a large office. Jacksoi lle for Green Cove Spring chattels and credits of William B. Moore \. '

mrcentageof which is already under con- On motioa it was ordered that proposals Tocoi Lake and Steamer Palatka.MAGNOLIA leaves Florida The Florida Star. and plead he answer is hereby or demur required to the to. declara-appear,

tract and ia process of construction. for building road south of Titusvillebe Central Railroad wharf at-a. m. daily Sun I tion filed in said cause on or before the
-agricultural interests are marching advertised for, and also proposals for day excepted retaining same day. first )[ontl:1yln February a. d. 18S4. the
; For further information apply at General same being rule day, judgment will be ..
forward in strides never before so gigan- painting Court House. Proposals for Ticket Office,corner Bay and Laura Streets.W. given against him by default.

tic.. The sales of cotton in the aggregate road by the mile and as per specificationat i .B.\V.\TSOY.Manager. A. A. STEWART,
kta already reached 12,041,900 bales or Clerk's office jit Titusville. The paint; C.B.FDiWlCK.Gen.Pass.Agent. Clerk of circuit court Brevard county.

an advance of one-third more than ever ing for labor by the square yard or fur CASHCASHCASHVHEREP! -0- Oct. 1,1883 23 3m. i'it

-ma reached during the palmy days of furnishing material and labor for the Notice.

slave labor. same by the contractor. State of Florida, \

Her silk culture, yet In its infancy, is Oa motion it was ordered that the County of Brevard.jINJUSTICE'S Coui
being as rapidly developed. Her cane Clerk be authorized to have published "\ It is the constant aim and intention of To William B. Moore:

producta are rapidly increasing and the the names stricken from the registrationlist You are hereby notified that a writ of I
the publisher to give to the readers of the attachment has been issued against vou : I.
acreage is being increased year by year. aud also notices for proposals for road AT THE and
property attached to satisfythe
.Her acreage in the production of her i building and painting Court House.On STAR, one of the most readable and newsiest demand of L. Warrock and Co..

various fruits, such as the orange, lemon, I motion it was ordered that the following HEAQQUAIlT R.$ of the State. amounting to Thirty-five dollars and

lime,"grape, fig, plum, peach, pear, pine- accounts be audited and ordered papers sixty-one appear before cents.J.Now A. ,McCrory.unless you county shall

apple, guava, etc.,is also increasing annually paid on Building Fund: Judge and ex-officio Justice of the Peace

as well as those of oats, rye, potatoes Fisher and Froscber, on account build- STORE 1n and tor the county of Brevard, at his I
and peas. ing Court House, 250.00 office at Tttusville, Florida, on the 3rd
day of December A. u. 1883 at 4 o'clockp.
So much for her .agricultural advance J. A. McCrory for outbuilding 6.00 o m.judgment will be rendered againstyou

ment.. When we come to speak of her GENERAL FUND. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. and your property sold to pay the I

manufacturing interests and the advancement J. Q. Stewart, Commissionsassessing debt.
Dated this the 1st day of October a. d.
therein, we can only say that they taxes 1880 20.00 1883.tu D. GUAY, I

are: unprecedented. From reports athand IXTEREST-BEARIXG WARRANT -o-- Attorney tor Plaintiff.

it is evident that, before many I B. R. Wilson 11.25A. Twenty columns of Select- State: of Florida, \

years,,the sections bordering on the Gulf; A. Stewart 250.00 County of Brevard.
will be the great manufacturing center of H. S. Williams 97.19 Miscellaneous Reading, In Justice's Court.
The Oldest and Most Reliable Place oi To William B. Moore: -
the United States,.as strong efforts are being Board then adjourned until the first You
are hereby that a writ of
put forth to push the manufacture offtbrica Monday in November, A. D. 1883.P. attachment has been issued against :you
of every description into the locality WESSON chair'!!. BUSINESS and your property attached to satisfythe !
demand of Thomas H. Sander
of the cost A. A. Stewart clerk. .
production thereby saving
""'" One hundred
=.VXD- I amounting to dollars. Now. i
of transportation of raw material to a distant List of names erased from the Registration on Indian River, Dealing in unless you shall appear before J. A. Mc ;

locality for the jwirpoae of manufacture. book of Brevard county, revised Crory, county judge and ex=mcio Jus-
tice of the Peace in and for the county of
October 1883.
1st General Merchandise Brevard at his office at Titusville, Florida -
Taken all in all there is no portion of Wui. Andrews.. ........... .... ..gone on the 3rd day of December, a. d. 1883 \

the United States that offers better facili- Green Baton ............ ... .. Ten columns State at 4: o'clock p. m.judgment will be -rendered I

ties than: do the Gulf States, as but fewsections Duncan Bohanan ................ but strictly Jinl-ch** goods an Nearly to pay against the debt.you and your property sold

posej an equal amount of productive WCBarnell ............... .. ... County, and Local News Dated this the 1st day of October a. d. \

lauds to its surface, and no see- Paul Caldwell ... ......... ... .. .. 1883. 2m '1'. II.SOKUEKS. Plaintiff. '

tiou posses such a genial and. healthy Wallace Dasher.......... ..... bought and sold at this Stand. NOTICE OF INSOL VElt'Cy'I I

climate.. John T DeckerHon....... .. ..... .. In County Court. I

New industries have sprung up and in Ralph Gibson.......... .... ..... Brevard Florida. County, !:

every direction. Large cotton mills oil Edward A Gray...... .....'.... ... '" --p-- PRESENTED. .EEKLt"0 WUEUEAS,Fanuy \. Joyner, Admin !

works, silk mills, foundries, jute and 'V J A Hamilton.. .. ....... tratrix of the Estate of J. W.Joyner, deceased -

woolen mills are already employing thousands James Johnston. .. ..-.... ... late of Brevard county Florida. !
having filed in the office of the I
and thousands of hands and :ire James Kelly ........ .. ... .... .. Remember A Dollar will buy exactly Judge of said county written suggestion County-

turning out products better finished and \V R Moses.... ... ... ..... .. .. of the insolvency of said estate: 1\ '

cheaper than those imported. In Georgia J L Morris .. ... ..... .. .... --- Notice is hereby given to all persons I

there are more than fort'lar cotton Elijah Padgett ... ... ..... .... ... dead $1.00 worth.Established having said Estate claims, to of file any the nature same duly against authenticated the- !:

nulls besides many smaller ones, running James Couley. ..._.._........ .. in the office of the County Judge II
over 350,000 spindles whilst Alabama has Samuel Houston .. .. .-.. .. lu 1ST3. of said county on or before the 3d day of ,
March A. D. 1884 which time \
more than twenty large cotton mills with J H Meyers.. .. ... ..-..... ... .. at there
JOB PRINTING. will be a pro distribution of the said
same 175,000 spindles, making over half James Paine sr. ............. Address orders to Estate among the several creditors entitled It

\million spindles iu these two States,manufacturhig -, George Willard .. ,. ..... ... JOB PK1NTINU. thereto, and the said administratrix t t

cotton textile fabrics only. \\ Woodmansec. ..... .. ... .. discharged. '
Witness uiy name is County Judge of 't
Louisiana and Mississippi produce and Richard B Page .. .. ... ... gone The Headquarters Store, JOn PRINTING.Our said county this 27th day of August A. :[1'

handle crops of cane and cotton that are lIaIsey C Padge ... ..... .. .. ))1883. J. A. McCttoitY, i I'

immense, and their oil and jute mills are Charles Rutter .. ...... ..... ... Titusville, Fla. Titusville, Fla.,Sept. 6,1SS3 County Judge.19 Gin. I

extensive. Frank Strokir ... .- .. ....... .. ... .

Texas and Florida are unsurpassed for C 1 Smith......_... ..... .. The Florida State Gazetteerand NOTICE.Six
Job Office i* well l"Juil'lo't\ ex- months after date I will I
...... ... .. .. presentmy
wising cattle which arc shipped to north Alfred Smith. i ecutinji all kinds l f final accounts and vouchers to the
ern markets and to the West Indies. Nathan William ......... .. BUSINESS DIRECTORY, I County Judge of Brevard county Flori- J
These A. A. STEWART Clerk. ida, as administratrix with the will annexed -
are comparatively new States and CfJliftt ll/J the name, butinc nhd addnt
..... of the Estate of II.T. Titus, late i
are, to a great extent, undeveloped, yet STATK" XEWS. -of the- of said county deceased and ask for a final -
Florida's fruits and vegetables are rapidly Merchant, Professional & Business men, discharge as such administratrix. '
securing an extensive notoriety. Her climate The' estimates of the cotton crop in and the principal fanners and 1L:1.\ PLAIN FANCY WORK, MARY E. TITUS,Administratrix. !
Titusville, Sept.: 17, 1883. 22 Cm.
owners, gruand plantations -
constitutes her the sanitarium of Jackson county are placed at about one- orange I.
together with a
the world. fourth of last year's yield. NOTICE.SIX
Slack All this prosperity, rapid development Palatka is to have an iron -foundry.The I And how to reach them and other valuable Honorable J. .\.McCrory. County Judge 'Ii
tad new life makes the Great South great Florida Southern Railway Company i information. of Brevard county Florida, my final accounts J

jn expanse of territory-great in i>o.aiMlitifig has put up the buildings and all the arrangements -:. This important work will be i>iued just COLOR &ORNAMENTAL the Estate and of vouchers Bartholomew as administratrix Einig (]cceas'f of '

and great in results. Fact arc indisputable neces>ary for the castingswill as soon as the labor of collecting ed and ask for a final discharge from the 7
and these are facts. soon be completed. and compiling the fact ran be accomplished. administration of said Estate. 't
To the buMiicaj commu- C. J. S..L..DU.ORlJdmiuistrntrb:. {
-**** f
The citizens of Waldo and vicinity aremaking Nine hundred and thirty-two letters nity this will be the most valuable hook Titusville, Fla., Sept. 6. 1883. 19 GlU.
were registered at the i t>stofice at Gaines that ha yet been published about 'I'j
preparations for truck gardening
to a large scale for the coning: season. ville during the quarter just ended; an increase Florida. Price, $5. to be sold by subset ip- RULE PAMPHLET WORK, Land Office NOTICE.at Gainesville, Fla.\ j q

A trout, or black bass, was recently of three hundred and sixty-seven tion. Sept.: 28, 1SS3. / I j
last NOTICE is hereby given that the follow- ;,
the corresponding quarter year.
caught in Lockloosa Alachua. over Rutvtfor Advertising:
Lake in
in -nuued settler has filed notice of his 11 j
county, of the enormous weight of thirty- Quail are trapped in Columbia county 1 Ptgewith book$50. J Page with book$30 intention to make final proof iu support i!11
two alive at three and of his claim and that said proof will bo :
pounds. and odd in Lake City, t Agents wanted in every county, to ETC., ETC. j
made before A. A. Stewart, circuit
four cents apiece. whom liberal terms will be offen.r.CUSHING :;Sa
contract for building the Agricul- court at Titusvillo, Fla., on Saturday ,
tural College, at Lake City has been The Florida, Laud and Colonization & APPLEYARD, Pubs., Nov. 10,1883, viz: Nathan N. Penny: of
a new office P. 0. Box 1042. Jacksonville Fla. Canaveral Fla..Hd 3,323 for the lots 1,
to Messrs. & Enmioas, Company are putting up ] ,
2, anti 3, Sec.: 12, T'p'23 S, Range 37 E. '
of.that city, for the sum of$12,200. building at Sanford.. lie names the following witnesses to I
NO PATENT NO PAY. Titusville Indian River Florida.PAYSONS .
.Mr.E. H. Cato mauufccturer On Monday night the mail agent accidentally prove his continuous residence upon and
a wealthy
Obtained cultivation of said land viz: )[. E. English
of Key West, is about to build afactory threw the Sail Mateo mail bag PATENTS vices. pounds D signand ; I Uli4ollwitba:1y!the BEST.
*** 40x125 feet and two and a, into the river at Palatka. His, assistant as to Labels.patentability All preliiitlnory of inventions examinutioas, free. Our mlf allY t&bnc.! l'o"Qlarturd c.raadvewerk.nIntn.Rrc.ivedCen.- O. Burnham. and O. A. juartermau, of
half stories staid over there and returned next morn- "Guide for obtaining Patents' is sent 11'00eHI'.whcre v L I T icnniklAe0.il. Manama. Canaveral Fla. L. A. BAKXES. ;
blab, :!..UJi:+ twenty newcottages. Addross-LOUIS BAGGEICACO.uictora INK ( E'tabll hf'dG07....w.SoldbyallUruj 24Regbttr; U S. Land Office
in". but was usable to recover itS :: of Patents, Washington D.C. 1eleSlwoaerekhewnA4'e. 1

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Recent Legal Decisions.. the .wqsd, J e fell into an I I I I Suggestive. ... -. I Living to Purpose. ..' Correspondence 'aricf Repq:ZIng.

--.. I oPen hatchway,where: no light had beenppt'by KEEPISa/1FLOZ; FRESH.,- All Everybody OUght't, have honcrab'e -. -

the porter, as was his duty'andwas ambition and a desire: to be There
that is necessary to keep flowers freshis supreme are many bright
,. injured, In the action-Surrey to keep them;-moist, fresh and;cooL and do something in ,life. It is betterto sexes engaged in corresponding
USE. 2. |
gA.-REISSUE.- vI. Holt-brought in the United States : 'Dd ,
and fail than to have no aspirations
dlppmgdowers hi aspire portorial duties
New If people, instead of j.andhtben agalnt j
Nelson W. Green, ,Colonel. ,of Circuit Court for the Northern district -J
far fewer
wou1d'imptJ'wptb) tip in a'wet at all. There are,. are a great
water m many whose
York Volunteers in the late:'war, to ; brains'opaque
damages the plain- are *
of Ohio to ,
recover fail
give the:men of 'his"command pure newspaper, they, would I find,,that who, having a, laudable ambition, ,; as a cobblestone. Tiey_ ?
tiff for $4900. A motion
got a judgment would keep far fresher overnight. to make their mark than of thosewhodrift f dip their in''
they bilge
water devised, in his.an mind; a method was made for a new trial, on the aimlessly with water.QJ: gfoA. '
He A wet towel.oc'napkin;would- be too through existence and then our olfactories suffer'i
by which this could bs done.
that had erredin tofte-
ground Judge WeDwr and crush the blooms too much no definite purpose,in view. There are extent that we '
ffcst explained his idea to hiidrill- quad heavy, : I concentrate ourh
charging the jury; 1Jut. the motion ii,
devote half their lives in
and besides it would allow the moistureto persons who protuberances .their
afterwards over
aa4 to the: officera of Was denied Judge Baxter concurringwith ;work,Un>f I

,regimen;:and it was this :: To drive Judge,Welker in his view of the evaporate too easily trying to solve ,the problem of theirexistence men are not perfect; but"ho* &
and the other half in longing I
si red sharpened at the end through the Irw. The charge was as follows: k CAGED BIRDS.-'Y vei let a bird many weak brethren creep:into tta
into the stratum hang in a' room where the gas is for ,some friendly propitious realms of journalism and:shake ,
ground :water-bearing j,"The plaintiff can only recover... by cage them shove in I \hefr.
aDd inserting in the bora a tube through showing::Ihat: the'defe>da.h throughthe alight, unless it is exceptionally well circumstances direction.give ,Much a"baa been quills at an intelligent publicfliaai;.

which the water, ::could be drawn by negligence or improper conduct of ventilated ; the air near the ceiling is the right lives and than the writer can _Mpifcryfa :

any ordinary style of pump. Atest.ofS his agents on the vessel, caused his in- always the most impure at night Set said and written of neglected Papers all over the country are fined
this method was made successfully in juries. Negligence is the failing to do the cage on the,floor, and you will find wasted opportunities;,and, yet the It is with the trashy writings, BO: :cal>gl,,

1861 on the place of,G rein, and in the what a reasonably prudent person would the bird's health improves. Alter thegas ject is by no means, ,threadbare.matters society's doings, what this i or thai;great

same ,year on the :Fair Grounds at ordinarily have done under the circum- has been alight for some time, put one of those accomedating man eats for d.nner, or how the wife-

Cortland, New York, at the expenae of stances of the'situation doing what your head near the ceiling,and see'how that will admit of 'line upon line and and daughter of that snob\jfai decor
To Jive to
one Graham, :who had a contract ,to said person under the existing circum- you would like to sleep in such an at- precept upon precept. pur- ated, which emanate from tint rums:

supply food and other necessary articles, stances would not have done. If the mospbere. poeehigh and noble purpose-is an heated brain of some worshiper tha!

to the soldiers encamped there. This ambition worthy of all men, and women mammon of, high eating and
plaintiff so far contributed to the in- How TO WASH SPANISH LACE.-I : drinkJnji

well was used generally by the men in jury by his own negligence or want of Saw a fichu which a friend cleansed toO How: to work but destiny' whose clouded wit and benumbed idea'

camp and by G. and his employers.In ordinary care or caution, that but for which looked almost as well as new. so that it may inure to our own and added a befogged and clouded iman
the well being of others is of the
1868, Green procured patent! for such negligence or want of care he She put ammonia into water sufficientto one ation, presents the public with a

this invention and in 1871 had a reissue would not have been injured, he cannot make it feel slippery, and soaked the most profitable 'themes' of' contempla- melange of chaff signifying. nothln,.

thereof, in which be claimed as his inTention recover. The defendant was bound to lace in it over night,then squeezed (not tion. "Men'like the stars move in different What does the great mass of the people

the' creation of a vacuum in the use ordinary care in guarding the rubbed) it out, rinsed, Aid pressed it spheres orbits, and to keepin care what Fitznoodle, Miss !'Fitt,"or

lining of the well for the purpose of hatchway night, and he. cannot relieve slightly. A trifle of sugar added to the place is highly important. Fidelityto the little "Fits" are doing, here, there.
and station will enable individual
using the pressure of the atmosphere to himself from his liability to his last water is better than starch. duty any or anywhere ? This catering' tbe' <

bring up the water. In a suit-Andrews that it the to'become honored and use love of seeing their names in
employees by showing was THE ODER OF FLOWERS.-The odor print, of
ful. Should of the small and
vs. ;Hovy-brought in the United duty of the porter to place lights upon of flowers sometimes comes from the one com- the snobs of the varied fashhol ab>,..

States Circuit Court for the Northern I the vessel and about the hatchway, if ,petals, as, for instance, from the petalsof paratively insignificant heavenly bodies centres, is a trifling matter, but the
attempt to the place of one of the
District of Iowa for an injunction and usurp
they were left open, and that as he wasa the rose. The petals or floral leaves press of the country are yearning for a.
brilliant it would doubtless
for the of this planets,
damages infringements
fellow-servant with the plaintiff he of the rose give out an odor long after higher standard of correspondence and
suffer for its and becomethe
patent, the defendant first, denied that must suffer for his In Mve'been pains reporting. There
negligence. per- they gathered. This'is not are, we will admit,
ridicule of its associate twinklers.So .
Green the inventor of the driven
was forming his duty in regard to such the case with most flowers. A recent many writers of the class mentioned

well; second,averred'that if'h were lighting of the vessel be was the agentof writer has called attention to the fact with individuals. They often who possess to an eminent ,degree aQ
the inventor he had abandoned his miss the accomplishment of any grand
the defendant, and his negligence is that the sweetest carnation is odorlesssoon the requisites to commend them to.the
aim because of a failure to apprehendthe
right to a patent by allowing
a publicuse
the negligence of the defendant." after it is cut, as are most of the intelligence of the country but, as we,,
of the invention for more than two I plane on which they are best fittedto
ACCIDENT INSURANCE-INVOLUN- sweet dowers used in cut-flower work. have stated, there is a large claaa,who
years before the granting of the patent ; move and shine. It is not necessaryto
The mignonette and heliotrope are below the standard of even mediocrity
and, third, that the claim under the I an honored and useful life that I
OF ML"\D.-In an action to recover supposed to be exceptions;but as these and of this part of the fraternity
reissue was broader than in the first one should be president, or senator, or
the weekly indemnity upon an accident continue to open new flowers when cut'and it is time they were sent to,the wall .,
pateat On the trial the foregoing facts minister plenipotentiary. A man mightbe
policy-Scheiderer vs. Travelers' in- placed in water, it is probable the Thoroughbred Stock Journal, Phtiadtl-
were shown, and it' was also proved either of these and yet possess no extraordinary -
surance Company-the complaint stated odor comes only from the opening phia.
that this m-thod of driving wells Was intellectual or moral weight. .

user at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 1849, that "when it was quite dark, and I blossom. Yet, if he adorns the place by eminent About Women.

while he was in a dazed and unconscious [ Prominent People. fitness for it he will -
and at Independence, Missouri,in 1851. certainly commandthe

And it was also shown that the original condition of mind, and not knowing or respect of his fellows, and make the -Women visitors to the Y eemite'

invention did not claim the cre 1- realizing what he was doing, be invol- BLACKBURN.-Governor Blackburn, best of; his opportunities. A constable have to ride like men. '
untarily arose from his seat and walked of Kentucky, has issued 845 pardons
be better and -The telephone and type-writer have-
ton of the"Y8CUUm' the effect of might a more useful man

the ,atmospheric pressure. Judge unconsciously to the platform of the during his administration. than a king, so we see that place and done more to enlarge women's sphereof '

car, and without fault on his part, fell TENNYSON. Alfred Tennyson's not independent action than the
Cftiras in dismissing the bill said; 1. power are always attended by the woman

Whatever may be the intention of the therefrom to the ground, and was publisher used to guarantee him characteristics and principles which suffragists have accomplished in half

thereby injured. The company in- $15,000 a year, but they can do it no entitle century. .
inventor, if he suffers the invention togo humanity to love and respect.To .

into public use through any means sisted that they were not liable for this more. make the best of the position in -The supreme court of Kentucky

casualty, as it was not accidental, but EADS.-Captain Eads, the, engineerof has decided
whatever,without an immediate asser- which one is placed, whether that position that a wife may recover

tion of'his right, he is not entitled to a the:result of the action of the plaintiff. the Mississippi jetties, has been invited be high or low, is the secret of a money lost by her husband gambling.

patent;' nor will a patent then ob- The trial Court sustained this positionof to attend a meeting in Paris to wire living. A clown and a preacher ,This is more than the husband can do

tained protect his right' 2. It is shown the defendant, and the plaintiff appealed consider the question of the improve- may be the very antipodes of characterand for himself.Of .
to the Supreme Court of Wis- ment of the river Seine.
that in 1861, at Independence,Missouri, calling, and yet a man may be the persons "pulled in" by the.
consin, where the judgment was re BEECHER.-The Rev H. W. Beech- both honored and useful
a tube was driven into the waterbearing in either. Boston police, last year, about one'in

stratum and by a pump attached to versed. Judge Orton in the opinion er's vacation has been extended by The palpable fault with most of us five were women. As Boston contains,

the tube, water was' drawn through it, said; "It is not necessary to wander the members of Plymouth church. The is what we fail to make the best of our twenty odd thousand more women

in an apparently inexhaustible quantity. away and get lost in 'that wildernessmore extension is granted so that Mr. opportunities and aspire to positions for than men, the fact speaks well for the

Tuis might be treated as a mere isolated dark than groves of fir on Huron's Beecher may lecture in some of theS whhh we are not fitted. An important "gentler sex." -

experiment, which would not be held shore,' the wilderness of mind, to ascer- jutbern cities.KIUKWOOD. thing to be remembered is that char- -A woman in a town in Ohio got, so

to defeat the right of an independent tain the precise condition of the mind Ex-Governor Kirk- acter is everything, and that without mad at a neighbor that she lost 'her

inventor. But in 1849 and.in 1856 E. of the plaintiff as stated in the complaintwhen wood, of Iowa, since his return from a the foundation of a good character to voice. The Detroit Free Press sympathetically -

3Y. Purdy a witness in this case, as he the accid nt occurred ; and tour to the Pacific coast, is earnestin build upon, all efforts to inspire the con- says : "There was ,'no

testifies a wef-maker in Milwaukee, it is useless to speculate, as to the remote his advice to sight-seers to visit the fidel 03 of others in our capacity for fence for her to kick, no dog to poison

Wisconsin, and he used iron-rods about causes of that condition-whether Rocky Mountains rather than to Switz- honorable distinction will become pain- nor chickens to kill, and what else

two inches in diameter and coupled to- drunkenness, utter prostration, somnambulism erand.BUTLER.! fully abortive. could the poor thing do ?"

gether. The first rod Was sixteen feet brain disease or derangement I .-General. E. 0, W. Butler ---_. i -The license of the Klag and

long, with its lower end made for a drill, of faculties-beyond: aside or in who, on the establishment! of the Motive.There Queen's College of Physicians, Ireland,

and it was worked in the earth by beingrun contradiction of the complaint. The Southern Confederacy was offered the has been obtained by Miss Arabella

over a gin-pole; and so the earth allegations' of the complaint show a position of commander in-chief of the are few persons who fully comprehend Kenealy, the famous advocate of the
I of action against the the meaning of motive. It is
was displaced. Then four-Inch tubingwas cause company. Confederate forces, is enjoyng a hearty Tichborne claimant. There were forty
What occurred it is stated frequently said : "What his
happened, was motive -
driven into the opening as the bor- old age in St. Louis. candidates, and Miss Kenealy's papers
while the plaintiff was unconscious, ?" "What is that man's motivein
ing progressed. No son was removed TEEMER.-JohnTeemer, the young were the best.
and that his action was involuntary.These doing so and so ?" There is in
more -Moses Warren wealthy citizenof
from the ground except where quick- oarsman, who recently achieved the a
sands were struck. A long sheet-iron are the strongest words which distinction of winning a race in which i the question than is generally conceived, Troy, N. Y., has a beautiful daughter
could be used to negative selfimplication much less expressed. The statesman
bucket with Edward Uanlan Mary. lIe had a handsome coachman
a valve at the bottom, was his competitor, is
was- employed to bring up the quick- design or voluntary exposure, a native of Pennsylvania nineteen years [ who receives the sipport of an individual a very decent fellow in many

sand. When the water was reached if which are the only conditions materialto old. He is tall straight, square shoul- who assumes an influence, cir- respects, who drove the family convey-

it did not come to the surface a pump the case which exempt the company dered, with large dark eyes, and weighs cumscribed or potential, knows the ance for six years, and made love to
from liability. lu respect to the causesof 155 force and weight of the power wieldedto the the last two. A week
was attached to the tubing which. pounds when he row. daughter
this mental condition of the the extent of the motive of the
plaintiffit offered The
formed the lining of the well. Purdy : CARLETON.-Will Carleton the ago they were secretly married.
must also be accepted as true that he pop support, as the person presuming on old man found it out and like a sensible
testifies that he drove a number of ular verse writer, is thus described bya ,
went to from weariness and the his impression displays
these wells-some of them to the depthof sleep reporter in Indianapolis where he has a mercenary party concluded at once to make
motion of the cars, and never awoke to spirit, claiming money or position. The to
I the best of it them
sixty and 100 feet. We must con- been visiting : "He is nearly six feet and telegraphed
volition until the injury inference drawn at,
consciousness once by
or a man of
f-ass that we cannot see any substantial I tall, of slender build with a bright, come home and be happy.A .
had It is evident that brains is that the
happened. apparent selfishnessof of
difference between these wells and I rather youthful face, blue eyes, -aquiline member of the English house

those made by the Green method. 3. I he was entirely irresponsIble.Pnila. nose, and short whiskers, which the support is in itself a supprtssive commons, who had been paying atten-

It is urged that the great merit of Col- I Record. cover only his chin. His hair which is element the rendering useless the actionof tion to a young lady a long tim, had

onel Green's invention consists in the .. slightly tinged with gray, is combed the other.person. The one weighs with taken her to attend the house until she
Thus it is that
discovery of the effect of the vacuum smoothly back, and this, combined there is so was perfectly posted up in its rules.

created. According the view we Score One for the Woman. with the somewhat clerical cut of his how much crude power it in is honest.fanaticism Hence; no matter On the last day of the session, as they

take of the original patent, it did not clothes, giver him rather the appear- we find came out, he bought her a bouquet;
that it is not all the aids
to a man's of
cover or describe the application of this ance of well-to-do young minister a saying : "May I offer you my handful

principle. It,follows, therefore, that vacation." advancement, superficially viewed, who flowers?" Promptly she replied: "1more
"No, George," said a sagacious wifeat receive compensation for their
the reissue embraces the application of supposed to amend by omitting all after
a summer hotel. "I can't think of -A small woman, dressed neatly, labors in his behalf. Tbere is a law of
an important and material principle the word hand." He blushingly &
having you come here to spend Sunday, walked around the city ball park in nature that meets out to hem an equiv
sot found in the original. The rule is cepted the amendment, and they adopted
after working; hard in your office all New York city on Saturday with a alent for all they may have done disin-
well settled that a reissue can be valid- it unanimously.
the week. You neel rest and recrea- number of bootblacks at her heels. On terestedly. All other effort is a sham .
ly granted only for the same invention
wi ich was originally, patented. If the tion. Next .reek, now, be sure and he right side a card about six inches and is always without reward. This Wouldn't be so Mean.

this and stay in the city and enjoy yourself." by four was slung by common twine rule will apply to all the relations of
reissue goes beypnd covers -
George vows avow that his Sundays from her shoulder so that it hung at life. Let our readers try it-Phila.
other and different inventions or Improvements The :New Orleans : "I*
shall be passed at the hotel while his her hip. On it bad been printed in ink Thoroughbred Stock Journal. Picayune says
suggested by the ase of the is blows
wife remains. Score one for the woman. with a stub pen : "1 am a widow, -- -_ I a strange Providence
original invention it will be void." down shot tower
a church and lets a
Woman know don't know how to I I
you worth 20.000 and want a husband. HA wrnoRNE.-Julian Hawthorne 1

8 nIP P IN G-NEGLIGENCE-OPEN carry a point. Oh, no That is to say, She had come at a bad time. The pub- greatly resembles his father, Nathaniel stand," The, editor of the Picayune church
HATCHWAY AT NIGHT.-S. was employed she can't reason her way, but she can lic offices were closed, and the politicians Hawthorne, but is hardly so evidently never attended a
and china
fair and colored
as a deck hand on a steam barge now and then get along by her intuitive. were at Saratoga. She bad no handsome. He lives at Morrisania N. paid $5 for a
doll.A playathat
belonging to H., and at night, while he faculties just about twice as fast' ai luck in the park, and she set out for Y., where he is writing his father's shot-tower never

was executing an order of the Captain can maa with bis god-like reason. j'I Wall street. I biography. :i ition.1" I sort of a game on ita cocgreg'cI-



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rT.u..S., YE. ttflNGRD WINDS; hook "It) I .. .."..
.. of rarprlH. ?sweeping oVer her face '. He pawed *neD,. ,w&Ying for my Scraps.s ** Hire Him to Pitch for
.: .' "How is that possible ?!? .. answer. Only a minute,passed .but I J-.L .local.'1 ": : Philadelphia.In .
winged winch "" u I -Key West has four. Spanishpaper
Tell "nn 't" i'k ;
me.ye ow'
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r.OWy V
_.That round my pathway roar. mej had awakened,from my dream. I bad
; "MY. Scotland they have narrow, open
To yon not kno some eoot could'say_no more... weakneas'conqiwred not thought.his baseness ever could
Where mortals weep no more? i Generally 'profitable mission a ditches, which they call sheepdrains.A .
my.strength,and 1 burst. find words had not sister
and dell, ; thought my
.Some lone pleasant '" commission.In man was riding a donkey one day
Some valley in the wert _, in"I totter. weeping. fr would know,his perjury.
Where free from toil snag pain. ,.... jBhild I Dear.. iftUe 'Mabel Savannah, Ga., an income over across a sheep pasture, but when the-
AY minute but I had torn out
The 1ma !? Only a animal to the he would
weary: she whispered end rii.: "Do love $800 per annum is subject to a city tax. came sheep-drain
winds dwindled to a whisper low, you heart and trampled it beneath
Tke -- my my not over it. So the rode him
dtighed for. pity; as they answered "So." me sowe ll'that yoiThate to lose me? -The anti-bilious American tomatoare go man
j feet. I turned the with hot
... upon man back to a short distance turned him
ut,you will nrtjreally l eie' dear. shipped to London for the ,
4Tell thou mighty deep., largely use I
4 I had ledhim
me fierce passion I forgot that
-- ;
.- .Whose billows round me play, When, I am married-:::""': of her clube.It around and applied the whip, thinking,
'Know'ct thou some favored spotv', 'J''. "1II ah !I" ; I forgot my own baseness,my own of course, that the donkey, when goingat
"I won't is understood that Mr. A. J.
Some island faraway,* love. What burning scathing words
the of his would the
top speed jump
Jt ,
Where weary man may find, hear any more ..and, 8 bbinr1bliterli Cauatt will have his
., famous horse
I used, I know not, but when I had finished
The bliss for which he sighs.= bu d'I drain before he knew it. But not so.
>d in myhnds.
: Bend Or in the New York Horse Show.
Where saucer never I Tee." ; I he offered me again his arm, from When the donkey got to the drain he- >
Of course
And friendship never dies _no heroine would have done which I had withdrawn and -Three will be
clasp new
my operas
all of sudden and the
in flow stopped a man
loud waves rolling perpetual such a thing butl heroine. I
The was no
we walked back In silence to the house. I In Hamburg the coming season "Sul-
Stopped for awhile and signed to answerAnd ; went over Mr. Neddy's head. No
: only a foolish child, vohohad,
MN0./ ...: 'lived Yet, as he left me,' still withouta smith," by' Anton Rubinstein ; "Colynba. sooner had he touched the ground than
but eighteen years and could look '
thou' serenest moon, : ," 'only word, I felt 1 strange to say,: ,only I << ," by Mackenize ; and "The he got up, and, looking his beast
to long"life
Post That look with upon such the a earth lovely"face- misery.a long, -* lonely- my own guilt., He.had! ,not borne Veil of the Prophet" by Stanford.. straight in the face, said : .Vem wee!

in nights embrace ? J himself like one convicted of a wrong. -ne "Townsend Chimney at but then boo to
Asleep ; He had not meant to make me lovehimI'know pitched ; are ye going
Tell me. in all thy round ; The next week I went home. Alice Port Dundas, Glasgow, is 468 feet high get ower yersel ?"
Hast thou not seen some spot that; but :when.I .had
Where miserable man come home.for..my Chistmas holidays was the first to meet me, and that night from foundation to coping, and is as- Thumb." "I am he, monsieur. The I.

Hay find a happier lot Alice had she crept into my room, and knelt serted to be the tallest chimney in the notary is nonplussed, for the man who
Behind a cloud the moon withdrew in voe. been a way on a visit,and so Ihad
Aid a voice, sweet but sad, responded seen him every day. We had ridden down beside me as she had done once world. It contains 1,400,000 bricks, addresses him is a giant of six feet two,

"'So" and driven, and walked together, and, before. and weigh 7000 tons. j with a formidable moustache." "!>[on

Tell me my secret soul. as I have said, his manner held unc- "Darling !" she whispered, "next -A Brooklynite, named Geo. W. dieu, monsieur I beg pardon, but

.. Is 0 there,tell no me resting Hope and place Faith, scions and,inherent tenderness toward month I am to be married and Parrett, says he has been supernaturally they told me you were ofa statute-of a

From sorrow, sin and death?, thing weaker than.binwlf} which hadcharmed I you are to be my only brides- informed that a large treasure lies hid- statute quite lilliputian I" "In public '

, Is Where there no mortals happy pot be beet .. my heart .into,,recklessness, I maid." den in the Central Park, N. Y., but the yes, monsieur; but when I am alone I II IItake

W sere grief may may find a balm;;{ pouring forth its unheeded treasures at "I cannot !" I answered. "Don't commissioners will not let him do any my ease a little, you know." "Oh, f

And weariness a rest .>_ r' ,his feet. 4 ., ask me, Alice It would kill me I" experimental digging there.F. exactly, monsieur, I understand. Oh, }i

Faith, Hope and Love beet boons to mortals excitement ". .j x- "Do really love me so well dear? certainly. Good' monsieur"
MYL in representing all you ;
given J. Loees,a well-known,Sheffield,
Wevedtheirbnghtwings' in heaven,' aadwhispeied"Yes ?" this, and'seeing the seal set upon my But you will not refuse me this? It (Eng.)bicycle rider, recently covered 20 The notary goes away In medita- .: ,!

misery brought its own punishment. would mar all my happiness Mabel, tion.
miles in an hour on his wheelwith Imin.

I: For a week my life was again despairedof. and I am so happy. When you have 26 sec. to spare and the English papers I
seen Harry-when learn to know No Time for It. !
My Sister's Lover. you declare this to be the most remarkable
Then because did not wish the boon and love him for himself-you will un- i
r bicycling on record. It is a question whether we can fairlyor
The month of May, and through my I strength came slowly back. Everyday derstand. I
that have
How peaceful is the night I honorably plead we no :
window came stealing a soft he he sent flower "Harry I" I gasped. "Who is he?"
ha&epen came day me
; every The moon pours love and light time to attend to duties. Our pleasuresmay

wind, filled with summer warmth and or fruit or some sweet message ; but it "Harry-Harry Stretton; the man I O'er all the scene ; be crowded out, our plans for ad-

summer! fragrance. The trees in the was all an added torture. am to marry Why, Mabel, you told The house dog glares askance,
vancement -getting not
or mon
garden were full of blossoms. The ,At last, when I grew better, the me you knew it all. Is it possible you With His a shred teeth of between.lover's pants find sufficient time for their fulfillment may ;

were in bloom but of all said I must have did not know?"
early roees physicians change, -Burlington Free Press. but if we have no time to fulfill the-
tilts I saw nothing. My gaze was fixed and so they sent me to the seaside, to. And then she told me of the engagement 'I that
-Clothespins, which come principally duties to others our place in life-
upon two figures slowly walking down visit an aunt who had house at Worth which had been entered into dur-
from Maine are made chiefly of white demands something is wrong. Eitherwe
the garden path-a man and a woman. ing. ing her Chrismas visit-an engagement
too much needless work
birch and beech. When the logs are are doing
The man was tall, and strong, and I was glad to go. Had I stayed at finally ratified and approved by her work
cut into proper lengths by steam or we are trying to do that justly
masterful, yet tender as a mother with home I should have gone mad. Alice guardian whilst I was so ilL
It is
machinery, the cut pieces are deposited belongs to others. told of Philipof
her first-born, gentle as a girl in all the and Mr. Branscombe went with me to It had been this she had been aboutto on an elevator belt, which feeds them Macedon that a poor old woman
and courtesies of life. I I the train. I bade her and the
little acts The
tell me-this I had refused to hear. times
into turning lathes each capable of came to his place many in vain to

woman was young and very beautiful, I I train was just about to start, when he Oh, the burning shame with which I turning 80 pins a minute. ask redress for wrongs that had been
with figure slender and swaying like put his head in through the window.
listened last And impulse
at then a wild -Assays of the nickel discoveredin done. After many attempts she obtained
a reed as she walked, and dark, lustrous "You will let me come and see you," seized tell ore
me to her all the truth. Churchill Nev. said to an audience with the King, onlyto
eyes, which brought to many a he said, and I had only time to answer; county, are
She should know how mean, how pitiable have yielded 30 cent of metal. be rebuffed by him, as she had been
maa his heart's undoing.I "No, no, you mast not come !" I had been, even though I boughther by his attendants. "I am not at leisureto

fancied the light in them now, as Only time for this, and to note the hate and contempt, as doubtless I -Some oystermen express the belief hear you," he replied,abruptly,when

she lifted them to Geoffry Branscombe's swift look so like pain, which swept had bought Geoftry.sI that the oyster, like the lobster, will be- she began her stery. "No?"was her exclamation -

fac He her and he loveed his face he moved and come too scarce to meet the popular
=was guardian, over ere away, did not spare myself as I told the ; "then you are not at leisure ''f

her. She was but my half sister, five my last glimpse was of them both story. In silence she heard it through, demand in a few year. 'f'o to be a King. This view,of the matter

yean my senior,and so I was not entitled standing side by side, as they should I and then she sealed my lips with the -A young lady living in Port Jervis quite confounded the King. A few I

to her confidence. Indeed,only a little henceforth stand through life. kiss of love and pardon. went to a barber shop there last week moments he thought upon it in silence.

month ago I had returned from school, Notwithstanding my injunction to and had her hair (which was 3 feet 6
All night I battled with my misery Then he told the old woman to go on with. ;

with my.education completed, in the the contrary, he came. I had been in I and remorse. Alice expected her lover inches long) cut because it made her her case, heard her to the end, and then i

fashionable sell.Jef the term, and since my new home a fortnight, and some of head ache.
the next day. I felt I dare not meet gave orders that those who had wronged
then 1 had been ,very ilL Over-study, the color was stealing back into my I
him. -According to tire latest census of her should be punished, and restitution I
the doctor had said but I knew better.To cheeks when one afternoon, as I sat
In the afternoon she came into my Japan, taken the first of the present made to her. And ever after this he

my own soul I could.whisper the alone, dreaming, as I dreamed all my room. year the population of the empire is made it a point to listen to all applications
humiliating truth could out the idle hours I saw the face whicha
pour away. "Some one wishes to see you in the 36,700,110, of whom 18.598,998 are brought before him, repeating

cruel confession, with a sort of savage moment before had floated in. my library, dear," she said. "Will you go males and 18,102,112 females. to bis courtiers who objected to his ;

pleasure. at the self-inflicted torture. fancy. down ?" f -What is the difference betweena troubling himself, the lesson that the
Ideas heart not the body that For a moment I was happy, supremely I M
my She spoke so quietly that' I suspected muscular tramp and a newly poor woman had taught him-that if {!
ecstatically happy and springing up
suffered the heart that had forever
I held out both hands with a rapturouscry nothing, and asking no questions went cleaned lamp.? Only this, one is he was not at leisure to hear the plea. '
into Branscombe's
keeping.Geoffry I loved him-he unConscious of welcome, then I sank back cold down stairs, and crossed the hall to the a well-limbed tramp and the other is of his humblest subject: he was not a? ;y

room designated.I well-trimmed lamp.-Oil City Derrick. leisure to be a King.Domestic. .
and stern
who was to be sister's husband.If .
my But that cry had brought him close thought it empty for a moment as I There is, likewise, this difference, that 1. i
I had it before I
never suspected beside me,and my hands were so tightly closed the door behind me, but at the generally the lamp is worth something, Animals i I
should have known it by the new liE h:
held in his strong clasp, while his great sound some one stepped from the window and the tramp is worthless.A .
in her eyes, the new radiance of her Their Intelligence, Affection ana !
recess-some one who advancedone
brown looked into the depthsof called
eyes meeting by temperance
beauty as it burst upon me on tke dayf Rea Boning Faculties.
return. mine, that I trembled and was still. step and then stood with wide-open leaders in Liverpool recently, was captured I

And my Merciful heaven what was it that I aims waiting to close about me. by men not in sympathy with its -A pet turtle, at Lawrenceburg; i
what could be natural than
that more ? read there? Could it be that he lovedme No need for me to tell the story, as I real objects. There was no disorder, Ind., catches rats and eats them.A !
things should be as they were
Did not guardians always love their and that he had wooed and won hid my face upon his breast, and felt and but little feeling beyond the natural Shetland pony, recently foaledin i

Raids and Alice for her gold ? his kisses rain upon my hair. Alice, vigor of speech on either side, and Pennsylvania, was nineteen inches j
wards their
never read a book guardians.I which treatedof I should have said before that my my noble, darling sister, had told it all the Chairman of the meeting, Mr. Bal- high and weighed fifteen pounds. i\ j

sister was an heiress. I had no dower Did I deserve happiness? Per- forer noted
my a worker declared
such a relationship in which such temperance -One of the most singular of the j

*aa not the sequel ef the tale. And -not even that of beauty; but Geoffry haps not, but it was mine-mine at carried a resolution asserting that fish family is the whistling sucker, ,!

yet-and yet, did it make it easier for Branscombe, I would have sworn was last, as was the great noble heart of the meeting had been really called for which is sometimes caught in Walker 1
not a man to be bought and sold, to buy sister's guardian. I'
me to bear. my the purpose of adversely influencing the lake, in Nevada.A .
and sell; ani yet, if not, his eyes had Alice had her wish-I was her only Board of Magistrates in the matter of I 1
I turned my gaze away from that lied, for they had told me that it was bridesmaid ; but after the ceremonywas licenses. keeper Philadelphia zoological -

,other picturg, and lifted myself up from me he loved.I ended which made her Harry Stret- gardens: used carrier pigeons! _to I ;

the depth of the great chair in which I don't know just what came to me ton's beloved,wife, I took her place beside bring him reports of baseball matches. 1 I

la", until I could catch* glimpse of my in that hour, that moment, but thoughI the altar, no longer bridesmaid but A Parvenu Princess. Now that the strike is over he will

own face in the mirror opposite. realized or thought I realized, his again make use of the telegraph wires.A i j jI
bride. .Henceforth sister's
my guardian Mr. Parvenu had recently furnishedher
What a contrast 1 My eyes, the only baseness, yet I could not snatch from was mine.How.He new house, and it was gorgeouslydone. California hen, while engaged !
the whose sweetness slaked .. with her brood of chickens in
beauty I possessed, looked many times my lips cup '/1 --- Everything was in style, and plowingup I

too large for the thin, dark face; and their thirst. I held it there and Stretched Himself. the carpets were woven in one piece to a garden,recently, was charged upon; :

ay hair, which had been the rival drank. fit each room. Mrs. Parvenu has a by a full-blown rat. The old representative :
to We spoke no word of love, but everyday Now that Tomb Thumb is gone old of the "poultry show" immedi. '
beam my eyes, was close cropped daughter, and of her she was talking to
found him by my side. I was no longer anecdotes are of course expected. One ately established herself as a cordon \
visitor "Ah Mrs. Parvenu said 1
They had cut it off as I lay delirious listless; I was brilliant even merry. I which is not well known here is told the lady,, "your, daughter .doesn't, go around her flock, and awaited the on- ;

with fever, and crying that its weight laughed and sang, as one might laughand in France of a country notary who out much ?" "No, not a great deal. slaught. The rodent,somewhat checkedby :

tart me. sing at the feast of death. made a journey of 300 miles expressly the bold front presented by the
It tires the dear so much. "In-
I fortnight passed, and still to see the little man. Arriving by poor "garden destroyer crouched for
sank back with a At that so i moment :
groan. deed I Isn't she well ? "Oh, yes, It
kstant sister enteredthe [ he lingered ; but his return was fixedfor mischance too late for the last public and then made a dart for one of i
my returning, well. enough ; but, you see, at so manyof
room the morrow. On that last evening exhibition, they told the notary at the the chicks. In an instant. the old hen :
the houses where she must call she
"Mabel,"she cried"Mabel,darling, we wandered down upon the beach, place of exhibition that he had some has to walk over the seams in the opened her. cackle battery and com ;11

lam no happy !1" silvered by the moonlight. Standing in chance of seing Tom Thumb at the menced battle. She flew at her enemy i
and it hurts the dear'sfeet
And rapidly crossing the floor, she its rays, he turned and faced me clasping hotel whence the Barnum Companywere carpets and, makes her so tired.poor" and striking it with her bill, grabbed it ;I

ink down on her knees beside my his hand over mine as it lay upon his soon to depart. He came however .. by the back and threw it in the air. 7 It

chair. even there too late, and being The rodent came down with a thump t

arm."Mabel "I love 'ouchild shown to Tom Thumb's former apartment CARAMEL SAUCE.- Pour one-half a !
The contrast was too great. Never be said, upon the walk, but before it could regain i

baA I seta her half so beautif You are but a child, and I am a man who he found in the sitting-room a cup of sugar in an omelet pan and stir its feet the hen repeated the performance -

in the race of life latter arrival in possession. Unaware over the tire until it is dark brown and it
'Don't tell me-don't !I" I hastily has outstripped you ; kept up until the rat: ,i

'tttomed and lifted up my hand, as if by twenty year. But will you gibe of course, of the evanishment of the I add one-half a cup of boiling water, and was only able to crawl away a few fee c 1

to irard off a blow, "1 know I con- yourself to me, dear ? Has it been myown former tenant, or of the installation of just simmer, not boil, for a quarter of and die in disgrace. After contemplating I:

tin_ "I congratulate you;but don'ts.7 blind fancy which has given birthto the later one, he knocked at the door. an hour; pour ever the custard just before her fallen .foe for a few momenta ;

any more." the sweet hope that I alone mightmake "Enter I" responds a stentoricn voice. I, serving. 'l'b1s13'do delicious on an the old hen called her brood around her

'Tou' know dear?" she answered, a your happiness?" "Monsieur, I should like to see Tom apple padding. and walked off.


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,notice! to tlae I ibllc. ., JHSCELL.VNEOUS.ORGANS: .. .
I't&all begin ni tour oriafpttUoh to ,

the schools'oa the'10'Ji last., Any 'communications -

sent'me' during my absence, soRC1M J 'eiw

shall receive prompt attention KX my re P/IBSJNS"/ PUS

turn:. ,It is impossible to adjust -matters rl
between schools wanting teachersand 1 3 -

teachers wanting school, where mail facilities MAKE NEW ,RICH BIAQD, --w

do not exist, I hope that a personal And sill completely change the Mood In the entire.y.tem In three month Any perron
visit to the schools will obviate the who win take 1 PHI each'night from'1 to 12 week, may lie reatoral to Bound
health,if inch thing be poMihle. For curing remote OcnziplainU theM Fill have no
difficulty, and that all our school* can be equal rhrtlcian star them la their practice. 'Sold everywhere,or cent by mail for The Best and Most Popular Organs
opened.within six weeks. 25 tea. In rtampn. Send for pat pblet. I.S.JOICiSON & CO.. BOSTON 3L\i 3.
now manufactured.
Supt. of tChol. JOHNSON'S ANODTXE NIX}Twtab itan- uj4" "
/ DIPHTHERIA Uoeotuljr: CYoJ lbe e temUe dlstasc,,awl win pu.iflnl7 FIRST-CUSS in Tone.
LaGrange Fla., Oct.5th 1883. etm nine COM oat of ten. Infuraubnn that wU .n'ot
many Urrt sent nee by cuill. Lout day & tkxai.ut.
MISCELLANEOUSARRIVALS l'Rvct.w1J U better than cure. FIRST-CIASS in Wortaship.

& DEPARTURES MAILS.. .Influenza,Sore I.Dnp.lUetdlnjr at the Lens:S.l.'IIronle Ilaaneness,Hacking Couch.WhoopinxO tux ;
Uraic kheomatiim,CbnxticlJbrrtoa,Chronic Uywmcry Cholera Morbnt.Kk1DeyTroaIMU.Jf(_uf.tba
., From Enterpriwj to Titusville.Leave I Spine and Lame Back. Sold a erywbere. SerA for pamptlet: to J.8.Joaxsos 4; Co.Bono.3lsss. FIRST-CLASS in Everything ,

/ Enterprise Mon Kriday at 5 a.m. Bone and Cattle I-owdor sold in thb KM MODERATE in Price..
Arrive at Tituarillu Mouday: Wednesday ooontrr U vortblest; that bberUon't ARE HENS. LAY =, + "
and Friday at 3 p. UI.. CtmO&m Powder Is ahoolutcly pore ant iJ. T
Leave.Titusvllle Tuesday Thursday and T. T yataable. Nothing on earth WARRANTED (or Five Years. : .. !!!?
Saturday at 5 a.m. will make hen lay like Sheridan' Condition Powder. POM one teanooofol>sl to each pint -
Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursdayand fcod. Sold ererywbere or IeOt 117 mats fur is eta.t.n stampu L s. Jomwa&ctx.BOJTMV ltass.
at Every Organ ol our manufacture is not only warranted for fivo years but taunran.-
Saturday 9p.m. teed to fltn perfect.UUfactton ia every particular. Oar factory 13 one of the J:1:
From Daytona to TttusvWe.Leave "TALTONVEIANK: & CO. and most complete in the world and all of our work is strictly&rat-clas3 We al-o SVB
a fall line of the leAdiD31'1a1L01rt and can f ornisn any style at the lowe market vnce.fiawlung
Titnsville, Mondays. Wednesdays,
and Fridays at 5 a.in., f -'AIII'InWe' arc desirous of IDtromIclD:ocr Orra!1S tb1'OUsth.
Arrive at Davtona. Tuesdays, Thursdays, P QW gfl NI) 411IDu.oaCthoSouUlan.lolferspeCI:1llntlucemcnuOl'alcrs
and Saturdays: at 9 t).111. and \ enu. Good reliable meD can make
Leave Daytona,Monday.Wednesdays,and :our inBtruments. xelusiva temtory given andprutecttunouutntccd.raetaey Write
Fridays at 5 a-m. tutor catalogues and information.
Arrive at TItusw We. ,Tuesdays, Thursday,
and Saturdays at 9 p.m. Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure. BEFSREMGESi May Bank ia St. Louis or Chicago.STORY&CAMP.

From Titnsville to Eiu Gallic

Leave. Titusville Tuesday and Friday at rKEPAKEI : STr for the use; of the fruit and vegetable gioui-r ur
5 _
a m.
Arrive at Eau Gallie Tuesday and Friday Florida. It will produce a heavy. but sound and healthy growth i on growing tnvs.
at6p.1110 and will npply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit. ,
Leave 6 a.m.Eau-Gallic Wednesday mid Saturdayat IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegc-t.-ibles a luxuriant growth and in the 203 NORTH FIFTH: ST., ST. LOUIS, MO.
Arrive Titusville Wednesday and. Saturday latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.
at 7 p.m. CHICAGO HOUSE 188 & ISO STATE 1'rBEJT.

WANTED. WALTON, WHANN Wilmington& CO.. Del.Att !\EJlinGTOn! GUNS .; '

100,000 LIEN: Captain McLean of the / WE lLv r.::
lQfij t "AyneJ' tolnmj. !JWfIC: t jt >;

largest and Best Equipped to::i b tt3! YlCl'l! I IAND'


CONSEQUENTLY 1.:: C::3T 0? F.ICILITIZS. TOR r.\. J\cn.7.G ,c:1
To read this advertisement and learn the JXO. \XDEltSOX'. of Ormondi Agent for East uulSouth Florida. TESTING FIREARMS V72 1Ll'Z


Cheapest Place to Buy <
Which have beet adopted and arc ia sue ia EVERY QUARTER: OF THE OW::::. |
f '
Best Place to Buy. E2tnb!:: i:.:: :..5.I. 'j


TO ANYSCDY: WHO I:L" t.-:=> TI:::::.,
We will save yon money give yon the!

very best instrument made. plea.e you in OUR HUNTING AND TARGET
the selection deal with you fairly and RIFLESHave

al low you privileges and: ccolUlI1o.1atiIlIlSwhich :. ,
no other house in the Union will .oo y taken HIGHEST AWARDS at Iifemation-1 r pa. itiaa:. end TRINCIPAL PRINTS: ia
.5. S L-.ui 31tuREP'1INGTON-
do. Tills we say; this we guarantee. -
The place of all others to buy superb instruments .

at lowest possible ligure<, i= at (: c ]IIlS{ (.1

Ludden & Bates' S

MANU AET'JIE7S Or Strengti! Simplicity, Durability, Range, Pcnetra:tQn.

SOUTHERN MUSIC HOU : EJ Precision: Ease cf Action, and Rapidity: i cf I !:c.
Axes Hatchets Picks

Savannah. Ga.. and New Yorh. ,


Any tut a, G'U 'Ill'Jm, (rtt.Cultliiibux TOOLS FOR PAPJI5: AND :PLANTATIONS.Also ,
Rvme, Ga. G<1.Golilsloro NEW YORK OFFICE, 2S1 & 2S3 BROADWAY.
.. Meridian, J/ia. JrrdJ'Qurillc, FlI', ARMORY, ILION, N. Y.
aU sizes and prlcsj foil Sit ) $H. Abo Ti Miss; Machines.
All under same management. !Intruments. .1-SE.-D lOa ILLVSTXATED CATAUXJUE.rnlutible .
Terms and Pi"lew* precisely ame Farmers will receive valuable: Information, catalogues, Ac.,
by writing to the makers
us:\Savannah: central House. Write us \ Property I Xotlcc.l .
the House COLLINS & CO. 212
or nearest 3011.WANGS ,. _WatcrSt.NeyvYork.PARSONS For Sstic : I > '
u )i osALs for uiakiui; a road south of
PURGATIVE Thirty acrw uf haul in the City Point' Titusville and :\101) for painting; the C. nrt
& ORGANS tz Htuliltt\.k. :pleiulM now jnilranizfd. II-,use at Titusville will h.. rca-i\ttl until

ILL Wire Fimv around twt"lnll'rc.. Five i the tint Monday i iI Xo\emt 1SS3, at
I the Cltrk' Ot5l'C in Titl1nille.! TlieUiarlof
Inca the Wcr1 s ID'eatest t Makers, umlrvil youiijr\: m1tl1walthOrml.l'. ,- trvtForty -:> county commWouer<-t'nc tilt. right

bearing tress. IVautiful Itivt-r: i tti n'j'ct.tUY and all bids. Secifiratioa3for
adtrilleomplout.eaanr! *tAeMonAiethetntMmgaiatftnamontk. a p.n.a.bowdleste3EPtt...
Brought within the leach of all by our EACH NIGHT CKOM ONK TO TWELVE W..El>S.ma..a."tancllo.ouclb.aleb.lf/ neb a thing i.p..M LOW Prices and }:.\SY Teruta.oue .Fni<CompauiiutbrMPiilsbarBOo] 'vmU PAydeuo a'.'h'lIIla"'.Ir peseta. x ldterT.4rt.. i iluml
or Not ,III&tl for".lust ..... for .,. L Office Titu vilfe.I5y
Lwuliiig und IN-liable Makers. Over 300 ID.e. !#IIoj p mpM 8.JOHITBOW*CO3k3oaton.lt :u. there i is in the state. Adjoining j > .

different styles and prices No other the !land of tlfe Hun. Win. II. tfharivJ order Board of county commksiou-!
House in ..\llIcl'Iclfti.'IS such ers, P. D. WESSON, Chairman,
a magniiicvut .
line of Jtr.t-<,Jt;:< in trlllu""u. A TRIAL OF THE BALTIMORE JOBBER ]rl'rt.'is\gunlt'l'll'rtunit i } for any one : Per .\. A.STEWAIIT$
,le>irhiir to make gout! investment, u :, Clerk of hatrd of eolintv cypamiioner->.
'bickering.. Ludden A: Rate;. At km WILL CLEARLY S'BST.I.ITLiTFSLI'ESPECLiL1'OI1T.s'OF EXCEL :. the! 1'I.ntv uni t IK -old. Titles f('rfixt. i October 3, 1883. 23 4w
MathuOick and IlalUtt fc Davis Pianos LENCE.
; Parties
l t-It is the l':1'ie.'st running mal1l' 211-1t is intending to purchas esin make I Ienquiries !
IlreM az strong M mttlc.
/ any
pzc. Opened for
Mason & Hamlin. Packard Orchestral. :::kl-lt is the oust durable pn .. D1\l1l' 4thIt"IUllo 3. good work a.. am preys of Dr. (}. '\-. Holuu-s or Hun.v. i' the Season.

Palace, and Bay State Organs. I made. ijth-It will take 1c to kt'e1 t it in n'l'air than any l'tl's,,, m.lc. lith"! -{Lat 1 r. Itltl" ". Fur terms and further c"A man who ia interested in lib own

/ but not least) It costs lets than any first-clai preys hale.r1 INtrtitularsoldres s .\. P. iVrliaut Quit- welfare} will be pleaded to know that
ALL OX E.iS'l' TCI131S. nfir 1L
man Pt-rluun City Point Fla.

Tile ort' u1fer with Captain Peter1'rhht of ANDREW GIBSON
the fast Keep the finest l found in
-iilinj -Mp 3li-t" who will oysters tit >e

\\111 soon be hire .ind it's high time to Jr!== tarry. ._htrtit'Stute the 1'I't'll\'rt). Tlhls1'llIc.
think of selecting a pi"ceut for wif'. --
weethcartr 8
daughter, sister or j> Nothing
'an be better or more plcasure-gi\iiig -0- .
than Piano or an Organ. Write us, or I
Plain and Fancy Cake made order
our nearest branch house. for illustrated ; to

catalogues, price lists and circulai giving 1:' ker'e Bncul filmy OH hnwl.Al .
information \':alutblto intending
pr.rchaSerS, ai:d narninga air;;t humbugs :ft a first-cUus Barber. shop ntwehi"!l.
I i,:;t1'r and Bogus Makers who are nowhtciving
buyer* through ilaming advertisements NOTICE.
and falt statements. We ,'x. I Land Office nt Gainesville Fla. >
P i#such, frauds full)'. Head our cireuliis II September 21. 1>S3. 1
carefully. Addie.s I ?NOTICE hs hereby given that the lol-:
loiiiRnained settler has filed notice of
Ludden & Bates
Savannah Ga.
his Intention to make final proof in support ,
: NOTICE. of his elahn. and thatnul i prcltf
Land Office Gainesville, Fla t Ii t will be made belore A. A. Stewart, clerk '
Sept. 10 IhVJ. j circuit court at'fitu \"iIle. 1<'1:1., on Tu-sUay. -
NOTICE is hereby given tliat lie followingnjimed ,4 November 6th 188::. viF.. W
settler has filed notice of Comstock, of Melbourne, Fla.. D. S. 3S-U
bis intention to make thulllntOf in support ) for the north halt'of northwest quarter S
of big claim, and that said proof will I southeast quarter of northwest quarf _
be made before J. A. McCrory Probate ter Section 3. Township S. IS-irjF; :
r 3S E33t.lie .
.Judge Titusville, Fla. on Saturday. ,t d FJ. PJIILADEI.l'IIIASINGER r
November10,1S831 viz: George W. Idner I names the following witnesses toprove !
of Thomasville, Ga.. Hd. 5,333: for the MACHINE his continuous residence upon. alitcultivation

,south i of northwest i and northwest h:tC.\L, TO .\.'\' .SlNCKR IX THE M.VKKET. n\;sett. of said land viz. : James T
of northwest i section 26 and northeast J I The above cut represents the most POI- : Damon Alden JJolton.C.11 Holton. andGeorge "
of northeast of section 27 2S ular for of Melbourne. Fla. ;
i Township style the people which we ofl'er 2:{ :"w
south, Range cast. rh t i" .%,, :you for the very low price of :$20. iemeinbtfr Kegister L. A. Harnes. .
He names the following witnesses to :: we do lint ask you to pay until U. S. Land Otflcc.NAVAL
prove his continuous residence upon and 4 you have seen the U1:1chtnfter having ---
cultivation of said laud, viz: ){. Black exauiinea If it is not all we represent "=:.aat w-'C::. UBATTLESo j
Hosmer Allen, ot Georgiana, Fla.. and return it ti us at our expense. Consult Nnatul ra mcP.cama1thsw.7Q(the at sfii'htsol th.
Peter Wright anti George Damon Melbourne your interests and order at once, or scud W'd.tokC11WT L,) edicaJ ok Ca Drrc..633...Chcauua&SHIf'''&St,...\1.Flt S.1a N.'lelpha.A h. I'
; for circulars and testimonials.
Fla.L.. A. BARNES.Register, All Size Presses, Type and Pri ters' Supplies. Catalogue free. Address CIIAKLES A. Wood & CO..
J. 5w U. S. Laud Office. No. 17 X. Tenth CNEDWANTEDSI00.(
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,,r.';. ;'y ,NEIGHBOR'S'GARDN. l.rmof _mi,t zbeeSed'' { this. : poor in and of the saddle pockets, and wrap. I The Death" Roll. of the' Summer, Mirth..
i... :;{ man, with a tick-.wife. ajnd.. .starring I lug herself In heavy scrape, mounted '. < M nths. -' '.
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Ireo.,.. been lying ntiiis platformOapi"rimdotio'dj on 'jX.ny, and, leading tbb.other, rode -
<-7 ;; bound of mine own inelosure i .,,. initil'tbe 'cjff In.the: : direction of the The.vanquerofoilowedh'er. _Not thftdeft rqiIl of a .ftrtf! iDa covering is apes of'water.A .
*:- ink town are fair to He: 't) "t pock & / eath all': dbmes-
"' the fan whole .are heralded I paradox : Nearly our
. ghbbf'f"Ra'idbt[ city hat heart enough'to We saw nothing i '
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.:;zut' > far and wide, whose.eulogy where are of.foreign produ ti n.-
; ;.fairJr.th&n&lUome.. itJI te, a bone'of cmfi oi Dreao. Youeai more'of her that1'night-but the- dext'morning every ,
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W.tbeJ yp wee _b....:6r' .3 <-A philosopher who' had'married a
Wb1 i to ind o e gp rt4t1w1i yo res-.Cnristiwji>< 'j Kani: glad.: the whole itorj-C&Die out -At s; ...
: ,S TTA every tongue the death roll or" vulgar girl used tb 'Call'b' -"brown
'+" I aint, the muzzle of her six-shooters, she bad
" ettiat &Dote; butI've.got.r.'andlcan't ;.
tS blooms for those'great "' becausebe ld she
who sugar; .was
| iTtbMWPgkst ever that grew. .!f ,see a : sweef .
, have been hurried to> 1inHmely bufi'nnrefined! : J <* 9'
non R 1% "Poce CH.1' ;Yhb'f = &e led pony, and guided by the overjoyed -, grave,
heart tojU ifraice and beauty 'uOr by accidents and flood ,-"1 am .speakiug,' -said. .
rt1t:ftio a shrine*' .1.1I Sl.v :: ; basted ;,but.I ttink I. can.raise afei vanquerorhad conducted the:man by fire by the a long'winded -
I --* v* mischances"1 of;life' 'dorfng'-'the three orator, for the benefit'of
,11ad I sigh to UiSmU tijrtnce-T'1'<\ ; dollars.if of medicine toHbi'pobrfellbw's camp, ; poe-
s t "*'?**If it were only mine?* t'ctarwas; 1. mficn'excited. 'andbe: roo ..- 'and bad remained the- months Jthat;.haii&juBtu ended.:}n!Is terity." ."Yea," said'one.of bis beer-
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ndE p..Z30TrJ" 0 : John Ruskin who ere"and if. ''kre+ on'much'
, .:.j. 41et if l DelP 1 gan| tearing the rings off her bfine.. leg had .been4 properly, )set. 0( sturdy says that the you p longer
, JIe14a1U BctLln'fdeandthratl bat mfitreleus glo. 7':!' i II; j.0a L'fu. ..I jer P LtJS (Lcafed the hackman njft a44d >. late years' poor:Kate,*.went', to the only lives, wtose-Jiptorj.is worth.. ,''writ-., ,ydur audience will be- here. *
ide C.\h 41L d'' -p. jug aYe thelives of the cSinmon people; -Tbe :craze.on r'e ectri al. study is
otJfe+ @.1r ; ...tit t h''I. _;...- earrings, a long chain, a"costly : ? j -
it. .r watch, a necklace of.pearla/and a diaaond 1 I, ... ,' the people'who-'are never.'heard of ouVside -beghmlng'to bear;fruit:: ArS you the s
, .Ofiu royal perhaps pomp WW and grace.;LLI.tf. breastpin tol> r. i H > ,.., lit !.> of their ojtfnjnirrfrf:;ifci.fcles; thatit conductor?" asked-alad on an't'excursion -

;ti Andbyewith- my love fcou.some A daisy 1" \ X a them intoixs| hat. How 'to:P.-;;;' and Restore Vj* : ii.not'WQrth.while ;to-v: write.thebiog* train. "I am," replied the courteous -
. W thiihy., .plift raphiesof the world's'great men and ofca"and! : name "
I :'ISa /iibe said 4take these tq!\b. 'f Health. ,> : irii Wood.
;; 'w or BabtetieT.shut gates-Adam of Eden.wed,B.ve--.-. ::. Isaacs' and get all you can on 'em. NEW CUBE FOR WALL-POY,=A.1 women: masses,:beceiisgiihilir.fc'h"i&l.t111..r.-liYef djo nQt speak. rph; that' can't: be';"sad the' boy.., "torwood
1'hllowen we have* __ ..i. H.l'( .Tell him I want the money for a par- surgeon in t4i,English army in China to:the 0 : r" .. is a hon-cohductof."
.80 sweet as those.we leave ; titular purpose.;) Drive like the devil. has discovered a remedy, very efficient most want to hear.f this' is true. of[ 'I f-"Who held,,the pass of the Ther-
1 And rich within far .arden j.rr.rr 1 and I'll see tyoii'n, pal&" ,, in (small-pox.. The; disease .is' treatedas their: 'lives,*.ie tlffre'' not.soinethmg-df-df mopylae" against the'Persian' host?"'demanded -
, '' Though W4owCT misfit be.* **' Sbe walked back:t"ttie: tide of thektdtched follows:' When! the' fever has truth also in its application to the chronicle the teacher.. And,the,editor's

!he rule r>tt6. that efn bloomed the best to for me ano.her_ _" sillvr.: German as the hackman drove reached the highest point, and:beforethe of their deaths t ,At least the hundreds ': boy, at the foot of the class r ,spoke up I

J J:., '.1..)1':3: .I *a y, and kneeling drown, whispered eruption appears, rub.the 'chest of and thousands of 'unheard-of men add said : "Father, I 're ltoi. He
; atfew words-of encourageme Cintoa'low the the patient with:croton oil'arid t rt rIc .and_women.jrhom/the bandof death holds an annual'on ''every road in the
f ;' ointment which 'makes the snatched so. suddenly and unexpected country that runs a tr in."
Romandd of the Bot dOriii: ; } ear of, the\rsick: : wife.." The woman's ,eruption J. passenger
, .Alu, _. V'L face brightened;she sa\d somethtng appear on that'part the body and :ly are'worthy.,to have the manner'',of i-Charlie went to see'the- apple of his'
(. Monte Kate feWdead 4t.Loaet a .tone to.her'husband, and he dried not on'the rest of.,it. By means of their departure recalled'for'an Instant.I eye the other evening, 'and J', after a
:' email Phairiyil'On'L C t**e''T xas'l..* VA4Vy!. .,' VAIVi his'eY8L' The'children crowded about this treatment they also obtain the result The summer has been a season of terrible : proper amount of affectionate 'conversation -

ylastJ: '.week!. .: *bodi on''!the \and'stared' at the. beautiful, richly of causing the eruption to break accidents of murderous .mis said: "l'll give youa; pair ofearrings t
aonthwestern frontier kdlw MoriteX iDes. ed woncin in o -mouthed.openq out entirely, and of preventing the dis- chances.-.- The earth, has opened and ,' dear y u'l1.eani them by
tc. She has.p ntlv Ma I wonder.' It made a very pretty ease from attacking the 'internal or- swallowed up.thousandsupon thousandsof letting me bore your ears.!!, '"Haven't .
border ia r iiir th"pa3ft' 'hp picture. and the crowd looked; on in sil- gans. Such is the treatment adopted her people. Thousands more have I'earned them already, then, ?'! queried
fears I never"niet'bny one who knew ence. Presently$he hackman returned, in the English army' in India, and it"fs'considered gone down into the jaws of the sea, or the. fair object of his affections.A .

:. to teal1,name.' or aught nf.'bee ante? egad, jumpmgffrom the carriage, plaCeda j a perfect cuie":. have fed the fury of the flames, or have good story, is told of a grocery-
.:edent*.: 'I:aaW-ber'for,the"flrsttimei&e4nring ": roll of notes i n Kate's outstretched WARM FEET.-Children and all feeble met sudden death. some. other way. man in this 'city, showing what ,a
.the summer of.ISGCi, She hand. "Without looking at the amount folks whose feet b"xx>me cold in bed, Tornado has been: abroad during;these thorough faith he has in nis wife regarding -
'wis then the talk&tne 13W6=tjrilliantVwitty "*o6 pea e I it over to-the,.German. He should be provided with a foot-blanket. I three months, and has found its victims household affairs. A faithful

,' young, divinely beautiful andKtfaesied'ofatr "t.&lr1y" Pei d ,with JOJ.and'the SICK An ordinary woolen blanket will make in Texas and New York and' 'Kansas servant-girl had worked in the familyfor
{ kb iIddancet'of'inoi4 'wife would have kissed their benefac- four, if cut in.two and then across at and Minnesota. Accidents by railroad a number of years. One day ,she
.which was liberally Buppli !for Lb7thecountlessufrienda toif,band. Kate prevented this act of right angles; hem or bind" the edgesand and steamboat have claimed their vic- was sent to the.store to get some gro-
o.j j ,the ,witcheryof hersuiilebadwontohersideDIe ,homage and' drew pack with something the blankets are ready for use. To tims. No.one' of hese has been of unusual ceries. She went to ,the* store of her
like'a flush,of shame on her face "' insure complete comfort, warm the horror, but there have been numbers employer and gave the order. The

She had just coe m from one of the, ..''No.:no," she cried, "not that." blankets at bed-time. The habit most of smaller ones, ,,each. numbering a package was done ,up,.when she said :
frontier posts and! .was,scattering her Blinder: her directions.the family were children, and many adults have of few victims" and the whole'showing a "You can put these down,." "Who
deft "She'had drawing up the limbs in bed for greater sad total. The Riverdale and the Mystery shall I '
money right.and. umpApartments removed to a cheap boarding house near charge them to ? said he.
tuous at. .' tir'e'tb l.. esf'' hotel, and a doctor was summoned. ,to attendthe warmth is' a bad one, as when the disasters are among the latest of "Why," answered the girl,'"dou't you
tank,the ,costliest wines- ,.ate.the.very, sick woman. The crowd cheered body is in a constrained position, the these. The steamer Woodburn sunk know me?" "No," said he; "who
choicest' of viands, and drove< about and the tram came in. A man among circulation of the blood is greatly re- with a number of her crew in the British shall I charge them to ?" Said the .:

the Alamo City in arniughf littlephaeton :the passengers joined Kate and the pair tarded. Children in particular shouldbe ,channel. The steamer Daphne capsized'as girl somewhot abashed,'"I live'at your

drawn by a,pax of.m tI e some' drove off together in a hact.1 .- taught to lie straight in bed, and she Was being..launched on the house ; I'm your, girl. "HumphI"came ;
41pied" pour'eL ''1'awlief: everw day The next time I met Monte Kate she when they sleep in a very cold room, it Clyde for her first voyage, carrying from the proprietor, "is that so?
or two 'weeks.one'evenmg on, f thesulitaiiplaza ''was'J behind the monte table at a frontier is but common comfort to"give tnem a down with her nearly two hundred',Well take the things and go on,then."
ahgpsissed me.as I 'was post; deftly manipulating the thin, foot blanket. It is one form of safety persons..;: Aw: half gave way at, Balti Kingston Freeman
strolling with a,.friend,along thfe'bon gaudily colored Spanish cards. It was I to warm foot blankets ready for such more, and nearly Another hundred sankin He Guessed 'It. .
quette. ,-v"! = just after pay day and judging from the I members of the family as have been the waves. 'There were accidents in "I don't know," said thet'rin Chicago -
"A pretty t. woman s,';I oWrved..J:%' t 0L size of the, "bank" spread out on the out in the cold at night. Rubbing the mines by which numbers of miners drummer, with the tight pants and

,' >replied. my.h4elu'i; !I. teljle before her, she had ,made a big feet smartly is better than' warming were killed i and collisions and accidents toothpick shoes'as he. 'sat' in front of
Monte Kate. She's been here about winning.. It was very cold outside, and them at a fire. For sick persons,warm upon railroads of even more than the the Grand in the most killing attitude,

three weeks on a.regular]]pree.r;'t;Yesterday he abode cassino was full of that heter- shoes as hot" as the feot.will bear, and usual number. There were floods in I I "why all your Cedar,Rapids ladies gaze
> put them on fit is a much better and' far-away. India, which destroyed hundreds -
the sheriff,attached her ponies ogenous crowd tq.be found only on .the at me so. Don't you have any handsome
ud'carriage' for debt,':and, she'/was ,frontier!soldiers; gamblers;cowbows,' vuicker way than using a bottle of hot villages;and there were destructive I I men of your town here ?"

forced to give up her apartments at the scouts, Mexicans,.rustlers, Indians and water, or heating a brick. To go to fires indifferent parts of the world "Oh, yes, we have a few;":'said ,the
hotel he'hasa 'tneiitD \ t'at tined negroes. 'In the,back.r om'a ball was bed with cold feet or hungry, is.idiocy, with disastrous looses'of, life and prop- drug clerk.

the frontier posts and .she;bas-sent for in full blast,'and the clinic of.the gam- when both can be avoided.-Rural New erty. And, the crowning calamities of "Then why do they eye me so closely? I
him to come to herelief.. He has to bler's ivory'chips kept time to the musicof Yvrktr. the summer season, earthquake. in I've made more mashes sitting,right
Hell'6e111'er.-morrow, pay h'eVofebtsnd all precedent, Kate was beginning to W. W. Townsend,'a well-known physi- the scenes ef pleasure into the very jawsof fore."

take iier'"back with' him. Next day drink before her game Was-,closed.. but cian in Philadelphia, in writing to the a most horrible death, and 'the'vol' "Yes. ,But I don't think, these were
' she'll make another big stake auda'he'11 she apparently knew I'how much" to take, Scientific! American on the use of milkas canic eruptions in the 'Island of Java, mashes you made here exactly."

come in here to spend; it. She'll never 'for she was cool and collected,although a diet in dysentery typhoid<<, feyer, in which the earth and sea together,'like "Well, what makes them eye ,me so '
W up u she'sdead bro iedlea: \ severaf empty champagne bottles,on the says: hungry giants, swallowed= near twenty closely, then ?" .
ahe'll go 4J ; to her game and windotfiJedgebeside;) her, bore evidenceto I am, now in my veuty.fifth.year, times as/many souls "I tell you what I tfiink," said the
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nothing .,."."..u.'lIUeB,; : ,,way..a C-- ; d." ;,.r the fact that her librations had not and have witnessed several epidemics clerk ; "the women here have all the
I I hoe runs' 'a i game then?'"-u." ;,a been governed by any great amount of dysentery, typhoid, scarlet and relaps Liberal In One Way, at Least croquet fever, but they can't get malletsto

"Y s-m nte. That's how she got .temperance.' A gambler- explained her ing fevers, small-pox, measles, &c.,and '.I should-hate--to have a husband suit them. They are probably think-

her DaD en She's ihe'slickest-'dealer on' i unusual-indulgence : ..l have used milk. in every case coming who 'lowanced me every time I wantedto ing what nice, light mallets your legs
tbefro"pt.ier.t': 'jH' '''' )i.. j "l'okerm: was killed' last night at under my care for near 40 yeans, in buy anything," said Mrs. Slimnv would make if they were cut off. and
ThBhicimnXning' I\ient1d' t'':to 'that table yonder;'' be whispered, "and every stage,of the disease. I will, not "When. J;tell Slimms that I want a dried, and, with your feet left, on the
the depot to see'a.friend-6iL> On the Kate's been drinking ever'since." say it is a cure) for I do not believe in little change to, go shopping with he end, they "could shut their' eyes and
Platform at the station was,J huddled-a Poker Bill was Kate's latest friend the so-called 'cures and '"specifics." doesn't hum and'haw"'as'some men do. strike and never, miss a.ball.. They'd
little group, a man, evidently a German and' 'h r Backer d i rite. -She desired Milk is the natural food of all mamma'I He just takes out his pocketbook ands sweep off every ball on the ,whole

5is sick wifeaMree childIeitheyoungest : to treat the house -and.... called, all bands lians. It not only sustains life, but ys : "Certainly'my; dear;how much ground."Detroit Free ,Prtst.
*a baby: who".was crying' up t One alone remained behind ; he promotes the growth of, every, part of. do you want, a five or a ten ?" "And The Sharpest Blade- He Ever ,Saw.

piteously. They were:on'lh'eir''way' to wept at the stove. Kate went. to his the system. No .other article contains what do you say?" asked Mrs. Smith.. e The following dialogue took place on :

Hew Braunfels,ind were but of'money, side and learned his story. He was a all these ingredients. .It lathe I '. recuperative .'Oh"I,never say ;' ytbing. He;; givesme the Ohio Railroad :

They had no friends,oMud., no... ,one there, poor vanquero, 'who made a scanty power of nature that'performs the money right off, without wait- "Hullo, stranger, you appear. to be.
seamed to think it his duty' "to inquire' living for a large family of little,children the cure, and he who studies how to ing .for ,meto: answer," "And how traveling." .
Into or attempt to alleviate their suf. "riding the range,'*' on a big stock assist it by sustaining the system is the much does he give you ?" "A dollar, "Yes, I always travel when I'm on a
ferings. The woman, who '"W' s;YOUDg ranch.. That morning his little son, ten best physician, and milk is one of the generally-unless:he has some change journey."
and had ahlhteresstng face, was moaning years old, while riding a broncho lIOn best agents that can be used. In,, dysentery handy. But then it isn't the amouut "I think I have seen you somewhere r
pitifully,'and j,Ithe :poorlmsbaiidWed had been thrownby the (animal, and I I prefer fresh buttermilk, as all that I care so mach about. It''is the ?"
to console her, white great tears when picked up it was found that his I the patient wants is perfect rest, and readiness with,which henspondsto my "Very like ; I've often been there ?"
roIled down his cheeks-and dropped on leg had been broken., discard all irritating cathartics and pur- request tint makes met think' so muchof "Mightn't your name be Smith?"
the wasted'hands of'his helpmeet. My "1 kein in byre arter...,ther' doctor,", gatives. Mercury' in any of its prepar- him." "Well, it might-if it-wasn't some-
friend'made some inquiries" from one concluded the man, beginning to cry ations is poison in dysentery or scarlet thing else 1"
of the bystanders about them, and was again; 'but he 'lows ez how he won't fever, and the physician who gives thom I SAFETY FRO LIQUTNINO.-CoL "Have you been long in these
.going lo order their)removal to -some" go out thar for less than $100 an' I will never be successful. If his patient Parnell, lat of the Royal Engineers parts?"'

flace'_where. the sick:woman:could neel" -, ain't got that much',money. Jimmy, recovers it will be despite his treatment.I furnishes the English press with the "Never longer than at present, five
'propermedical attention when' a :thet's my boy, mum, is cryin' an' takin' will add that in small-pox and ecarlet results of his investigation' of some six foot nine." I

atre hack drove up;and.tonteKate:, on terrible with pain, an' I don't know fever I anoint, the patient: from head or seven hundred lightning accidents, "Do you calculate to remain here
'* gbted... Her cheeks were flushed an what to do." to feet with olive oil, by means off a and gives seven rules for safety during some time?"
**he walked unsteadily. The crowd "I reckon the doctor will go out,!' said badger brush, and repeat as often as*it thunder storms. Reduced to its sim- "Well, I guess I'll stay till I'm readyto
'about the poor family caught her eye Kate very quietly. "!think I can induce disappears ; thereby allaying the heat,' plest terms his advice; people who are leave I"

&DIl.sb came toward 11.::, When she him to go." keeping open the pores of the skin, producing caught out in storms"in 'which there is "I reckon you were born in New-
.azw the man's tears and the big, hun- Then turning to a Mexican who quietude, preventing congestionof lightning, is.to avoid ,all shelter. lIe England ?"

'If!eyes of the children, and ,the wan, worked about the cassino, she ordered the capillary circulation, and obviat- says the safest plan is to lie down flat "Well, my native place was either
tow face of the mother,..her, womanly1tby him to saddle a couple of ponies and ing the necessity of anodynes. I have on the ground till the cloud be past. I there or somewhere else."
: was aroused. ,She pushed bring them around to the door. She said practiced the greasing for 35 years, and Most people under such circumstanceswill "You travel as if money were plenty
k was sneered at by medical brethern continue to unscientifically make "
''way forward, and addressed the to the vanquero: my with you.
man a few'words in his native tongue. "You shall be here when I comebackto for it and the milk treatment. NJW I for indoors, however, or even for an "Well, I might have more, and be

wiped his eyes with his hand and guide us out to your camp. I'm going believe it is in general use,and with the waning, if such shelter. be handy. richer." i

pHal, and for several .minutes they out too.'" best results. "Have you anything new ?" I
Is08*.on an animated conversation. She buckled a belt about her slim AKMOUB.-P. D. Armour, the Mrs. Emily Feiner, the President of "Yes, I bought a whetstone this
Suddenly.'Kate faced the ,crowd and waist and thrust into it a pair of 45- Chicago speculator, is fifty-four years the Working Women's Protective As- morning." .
i 5ber eyes flashed with scorn. I calibre six shooters. When the ponies old, and worth $10,000,000. He is aNew sociation, testified as to the working of "I thocght so ; you're the sharpest. I

.. "You're a fine lot of suckers, you I came up she put two bottles of wine York farmer's son. her association. bade I ever saw on this road." ?

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The Circuit Court in sad for.Brstacd. BXTWEISr I REAL ESTATE AGENTS.

County fa now in lI. aJl.. ,,t j THIS Titusville and Salt Lake. AID FAICT 6ROCERIES 1itanllle, FIaiida.

*, ThesteamerIbxBiadea trip from AjpfSpecial Centectlonertes
*A line of for GBA -
p regular conveyances
Sanford to Salt Lake fast Thursday.

"" The recent heavy winds of the past Opportu the transportation of freight and passengers Fine Tobaccos and

few,days have washed the seagtsss ashore. f between the above-named places,with CIGARS. ATTOIMEY.AT.UW.

The Awkward. Ball Jab say 1111Webaveplaoednpanoar0oaatenalineof! safety and dllpatcb. LaGrange, Florida. :
that they Intend to play during the entire CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
Connects with all steamers running to Wm. 8eot&. A..ftr...,
winter season. LAMPS FIXTURES IltnsvllleFU.gCOTT IuIri
The frI -' tains that ALT.._... THRASHER
heavy we are ,
having an oasfag the oranjei. to split ALSOHOUSEHOLD For rates enquire of ATTOBNEYS-AT-LAW.

to an amssing extent.: 24tf E. H.RICE, PaonmToL8I'OBT8JID'S Meal Corn Sanford : : ply

Our Mead,Lewis Coleman' reopened GOODS, EMPORIUM.R. Mr.Scott Is now located TttunU1e..
his beef market at this place. He win & tJ8JwDLlIOVELTnA1'OnSOLD -Real Estate Law a apedallty.,
furnish beef malady Tuesday
morning.On every x CHEAP. Nttiralltt ud TaxMeralst.Having Hay, c. B. MACRI7DER,

In order to make room JaR the arrival of got ikMysattlad la my new store.
account of low stage of water in eorneflum street and Washington avenue AND NOTARY
.HOLIDAY GOODS. IwflltwptaaMdtosnow customers tho ft>V- Oats Etc. PUBLIC.
the St.Johns the LB.&N.T. Co havedeferred towing Unas foods: ,
commencing work on their proposed We cordially tewlte mm taspectte Bnw mounted in great variety. Bockledge, Florida. "

route. .fTHE tan tae thai also agents for "-
l porting goodt taery for men MINOR s. JOKES.

-We received a short call last Saturday BARGAINSToo 1ADol. Pa 1.> Offdovitatpecialty.Faints Jacob Reeds' Sons, .

morning from Mr. Gillespie, ofKingston ( numerous'mention in this space,) Oils,Brushes, Hardware, TableWare ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.

,N.Y.who fa stopping at this And are cmaftdeat that the Razors, Pocket Knives etc. CLOTHIERS,

'place for a'few days, A Groceries TUuiville. noridlt
LOW PRICES AcJuncelineof Staple Fancy Samples to be seen at store.NOTIONS.
-The rain last Saturday afternoon OKAPOKWOTK, Home manufacture, ENGLISH. '
would not permit of a continuation of Plainly marked on the Goods wifl insure Vintage 18%perfectly pore and of exqulaltebooqoet. ,
Hlo Maes and Cnrtoslttealn gnat
the game of base hall between the Awk- QUICK SALES. variety. As of old what you cant find In the DOIESTIC i FANCI DRY GOODS Notary Public State at Large.
other tORN.eall on a.t:. 8. and you will be ,
wards and the Athletes.W.1L Thin fa a CHANCE seldom OFFERED, sure to get salted. 9yl AffldATita drawn nod all bushiest eatnuted

Thomas ceiling his store on and a visit to our Store will convince you A. L. HATCH .G Clod & MMifli: Goods to me OMce promptly at attended leis residence.to.

Main street prior to moving in his new of the FACT. Tituavllle, Florida.

stock of goods which-he has purchased Respectfully, DEALER 11GROCERIES -
J. M. Dixon
t\ from L.G.Stringfettow,of LaGrange.We G. W. MACKENZIE, Q. F. GRAY.
received a short call yesterday Tltosvlll, Flo.i TITUSVILLX, : : FLORIDA. Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL .

from M.S. Jones,Esq.of St. Lucie and PROVISIONS, Dealer in

Mr Jones,of Orlando, who are in town i i i DRY GOODS, Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Work or orders WORK left with W P.BAKTm.E.Wager or at
attending the circuit court this week. Post Office Tlburllle or wtth A.Brady at La
Fancy and Toilet Articles, :( I5SeJ.V,1 receive prompt attention.
!! Wttl
--Mr.Hodges of Glencoe, near New C. J. HECTOR Hardware and taeral lerctailise, Perfumery Dye-stuffy Paints Oils I i In Tltnsrllle every Monday. w,

Smyrna,'has been stopping at the Titus CITY POINT, FLORIDA. ,DR. B. R. WILSON.
House for the past few days. The STAB Hardware and March 4w. 45 Varnishes .&almost everything
kept by a first-class Drug House.
office received a call from him yesterday. CONTINENTAL Any drug medicine or in- Will continue the practice of Medicine laTttwIUe

Bemember that Norwood's Hack strument needed by customersand and vicinity
not on hand, will be ordered. ,
Line will carry you tri-weekly to Enterprise General Produce Hoof Ointment.Cures .
Office at J. M. Dixon's
KP-Prescriptions carefully compounded Drug Store.
connecting with the St. Johns River

steamers for Jacksonville. Fare to MERCHANT Cracked Hoofs, Sprains, Scratches night or by day competent with accuracy persons.and dispatch Iy36 A.B.* HAWLEY, D. D.S.

Enterprise, $4.
and Sores in Visiting Dentist.
-We H. Moore started down the river )Melbourne Florida. NEWSPAPERSUbscrlptioD
November 10tb 1880.! ft 47 Makes
frequent trips to Indian
Monday morning with fireman etc. to Horses, Cattle and Sheep.Ask Agency.The Lake Worth, &c.

carry the Cinderella round to' Jackson NORWOOD'SFast undersigned having opened a P.O. Address, New Smyrna, Florida.
ville. We learn that Moses Metzger goes your Storekeeper for it, or write

direct to the manufacturers
Unless the rains that have Will be
heavy we pleased to receive subscriptionsto
Justice of the Peace and
had for the past two or three days cause i-
Notary PvMlc
the waters of the St.Johns river to rise, The Cheapest and Most Direct 8tat.eatr.arse.Also .
Periodical or Newspaper published.0 CommiaatoacT of Deeda for the State of
our teams will be compelled to haul supplies OIL CO. PKHK8TLTAHIA.
from Deep Creek. ROUTE -- Office at the Haul-Over.

Judge Cocke arrived last Saturday ToTltusvllleand Indian River Cleveland, : : : Ohio.STANDARD Save time, trouble and expense by applying m JOHNSON COCKSH17TT.

evening, via Bockledge. He was accompanied CARRYING THE U. S.HAIL.I to CHAS. H.NAUMAN, .

by Mr.,J.D. Beggs, representing -- Subscription Agent, Notary Pvbllc, Stater-at-Lare,

the States-Attorney Scott, of Sanford Haulover P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. and
and Mr.Jones of Orlando. 'THREE trips weekly between the ST. Laundry Wax, Justice of the Peace.
-Our thanks are due Major E. Ties, I JOBMS and IXDIAM BITERS. THE SLOOP "AGNES," Court day, first Saturday of each month.

of Springfield Illinois for "Sketches of .Leaves Enterprise EVEBT Monday, Wed Preserves Linen,gives a beautiful finish commanded by LA GRANGE Florida.

Early Life and Times," in Kentucky, nesday and Friday Horning, arriving at CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAN,

Missouri and Illinois,written by himself.It Titnsville the SAME day. ,prevents the iron from sticking,saves Makes regular trips on Indian River. LA GRANGE STORE,

is a very interesting little volume. ReturningLeaves labar. Always on hand a general assortment of _;
.-Mr.and Mrs.G.F. ,Ensey, of this Titusvtlle 000DSo
EVERY Tuesday. Groceries
TbW'8i Goods
place, were made happy by the arrivalof day and Saturday morning, arriving at i: FIVE CENTS A CAKE. Canned,Dry Goods -STRICTLY CASH.'t

an infant of the masculine persuasion, Enterprise In the evening.Addressw i E. L
last Friday morning. George will no Ask your Storekeeper for it. Made by Hats, Boots and Shoes, ,Brady.
W. S. Norwood, January 1883 lyr 36 t
be happy for he will soon have a captain Ladies Shoes in great variety; Prints all
to sail the Lizzie H.We TTTUSVILLE, FLORIDA. new patterns at low prices. ,

publish on another page a letter PRITCHARD &MA Y:, Cleveland, : : Ohio. Roady.malo (Mini, Met Articles sssl.as Alt ew tugs

from Mr. W. A. L.Ostrander, informingour OFFER FOR August IS. dm NOTIONS.March ,
people that he will soon have two : ...
.. the cash ,
more steamers on the river,both of very Business, Residence Lots, FOR INDIAN RIVER. 13,48 Fem. onlpPIONEER -

light draft. We hope he will have
and Florida Manufacture.
luck in transporting them here. Dwellings in HART J SIITK'SRockledge COOPERAGE.

The catcher of the Awkward while TITUSVILLE.Aleo Line. Syrup Barrels $2.50. AMAZON PAINT WORK8.It .'

playing last Saturday afternoon received The Steamer "ASTATULA Gauged to order, ten cents extra. :J.BERNE,A CO.
a severe bruise from a foul ball under the Unimproved Lots In ,

left eye. It seems that our catchers oughtto Will leave Sanford and Enterprise every Honey Barrels, and Oval Water manufacturers of the .
Indian River
have masks They are very liable to City. Tuesday for Rockledge, and will Breakers AMAZON READY-HIED FAINTS

get hit in the face, while taking off the "'Have a large list of leave Sanford and Enterprise for Salt

bat. Lake and Titusville every'Friday. From : : 2.oo : : Up. in all shades and ready forImmediate

-We call attention to Mackenzie'snew Orange Groves, RETURNING Tanksand 11...

. advertisement this week. When Will leave Lake Poinaett every Wednesday all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. .
Mack advertises a specialty, ON HIGH Specially AiasW For This C1M&
you may HAMMOCK & FIRST-CLASS at 4 p. m., and Salt Lake every JOHNSON,
know that be is fully prepared to carry out and grinders ofPure
Saturday at 9 a. m. for Sanford.
a the fact. He is offering goods at reason'able PINE LAUDS, LaGrange : : Florida.
Prompt close connections made with White
to make for the ,
figures room Holiday
-Which daily line steamers for Jacksonville and
we are offering at- LUMBER !
display which will soon be here.J. all North. i Colon II IlL
.J.Tucker of this Will be furnished'to order on ahortnoticcat Once and
. place, was arrested BOTTOM PRICES. Capt. Joe Smith, Factory,
last Thursday afternoon a warrant 818.00. per thousand.
upon 3 tf
No. 26 Ocean street;
issued by Justice Rice for threatening PINE-APPLE LANDS LUMBER ft; SHINGLES
and attempting to shoot Howell'litusin ,
the store of J. M. Di. on. Failing to First Quality At Low Figures. Indian Ricer I Norta Transportation Always on hand. Ig8end. for color card and price list.

procure bonds for 11,000 bail he was committed Several Large Tracts Of COMPANY.: C. MAGRUDER & CO. '

to jail to await the action of the NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that in accordance AGENTCWaated. S ao o ik Bibl
grand jury. HEAVY HAMMOCK LANDS, with the laws of Florida, we, S. RYDER. Jew-.;..poke;lelUq=... !.-..'''-''''.''Nt.a.NI-T
the undersigned,have formed an association BOCKLEDGE
SPRINGS Oct. well adapted to to be styled and known as the IndIan Has just received $100.00 A WEEK
SILVER 6th 1883. River and Northern and continues to keep !
Sugar cane,Bananas and Early vegetables. Transport.tlonCompany in stock full We can KU&nLntee the ton
a and above amount
Elitor scar: for the purpose of construct complete stock of Groceries good,active,energetic
DRIB SIB:-I arrived here yerter- Also unimproved Lands in all sections log, maintaining and operating a RaIlroad Boots& Shoes, Hats & Caps I
from point on Indian River at Agents! .
from Louisville or great variety and General Merchandise
day on my return Exposition near Rockledge to a point on Lake Poin- Ladies, as wen u u men. make a succeww
the of
,! went with my daughter Juliaand county. : sett on the St.Johns river in Brevard every description. Ask for whateveryou tn e tS3188.very little capital required.
Miss Mary and Miss Fanny Nown A FEW VERY DESIRABLE county,Florida,for the purpose of conveying may want. One price to all. Canned a house It bold article Salable aaflour.
persons and Said roadto Goods of every description sells itself !
property. a specialty.LUMBER .
my grand daughter, on their way to Homesteads Left. be three miles in length or thereabout. It is used every day In every family. You do
school the i not need to explain its menta. There Is a rich
Stanton Virginia,to was reason MINOR S.JOKES, harvest for aU who embrace this golden op-
I could not meet the County Commissioners Parties having money to purchase mort' ALEXANDER A. STEWART, POrtunity. It costa you only one cent to learn
on the 1st Monday. gages, will find safe investments on undoubted I JAMES A. MCCRORY. Will be furnished to order on short noticeat what Write our to DB business and we fa will Bay send a postal our card andpr03pec'
Titusville you
security ,September 31,1883. 22 3n I 313.00 tUd and full
Yours truly, A.D.JOHNSON SR. i iI I per thosand. Dre&sed lumber particulars

.'.," --0- ; FOR SALE! from 920.00 to 824.00 per thousaud FREE .
And we knoW'oo will derive t.hIW
"auted.A good
Real Estate placed in our hands for sale,: A desirable cottage, house and lot in LUMBER & SHINGLES you have any Idea of. Our reputafion ae a
map of Brevard County. Board of exchange or to let, will receive prompt. Titusville, also Blacksmith, wheel wrL'Lt luanunictiirlD afford deceive company, ja such that we cannot
County Commissioners please take notia a'. attention. and general repairing shop at Titu villr.Enquire i always on hand. and give your address write plainly to us and on a receive postal
Em I PKITCTURD &3iay. 21 tf P. full particulars. 21 Jy.
( I. XitosvXi.X.y: :: 1 U M. FISHER.
Buckeye M'f>g. Cd. Marion, Ohio.