The Florida star
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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 25, 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: UF00075901:00071
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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: OL Iv. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. 25, isss. NUMBER 26. .

' "'_;..rj.. DAY AT LOUISVILLE.l Editor Star: THE GEAN EARTHQUAKE. Hoadlr's Majority Probably 13,000. STATE NEWS. ,

DMpa t.l' to the Times Union.T Will you allow me space in your COLUMBUS, October 12.-At the democratic -

."'; ;'. .1',-.vnr.117'-_..---, ..,October Goff. popular columns for a little explanationto A More Dire Disaster Thai That of state headquarters to-day official Two camels arrived in Key West from

.wedher today'hu been uapropi an interested portion of the public? Isckin.ATHENS returns had been received: from about Cuba a few days since.

k fiat despite that drawback it basH To those who kindly contributed various October 19. The Grecian sixty counties in the state, from which Col. John Henderson has resigned %he
Government has two men-of-war
f H?: 1ldjdly one of the greatest days sums, designed to aid in the erectionof sent to Hoadly's majority was figured at 13000. office of State Attorney of the 2nd Judi-
) the of the in the ,
scene recent earthquake
II dI BspnIitfon and is pronounced by :a church building on the lot of land Grecian with for It was stated that the returns on the legislature cial CircuitA
Archipelago supplies
': '. dedeI success for the Flowery generously given for that purpose, by the bodies were about the same as reported potato that furnished a meal for
sufferers. It is that 120
, Mr. T. K Dixon, I wish to explain that reported yesterday, except that three or four of fourteen persons is the leading topic of
have been recovered in the
villages near
: 'Je amount of extra space bad : a change baa been made, and that special I the Hamilton delegation were still in day at Sarasota.A .
Chesme in Anatolia which ruined .
is 'seared for Florida:through the effiria. site given up. The church will be erec- by the earthquake. The, earth opened and doubt They are doing no figuring on sailor in Pensacola died the other

t d her energetic Board of GbmmI.R ted upon a small tract recently purchased tie second amendment there. At the day after six
swallowed both the houses and the taking tablespoonful
1l .. eU and the,whole was filled to reple- fron Mr. J. P. Coates. It will standon up Atiatasa.SHYBVA republican headquarters it was stated of salts at one dose.
I '. 'dh h1Dita. the south side of the public road,lead- people near that the senate would stand as stated
October 19. shock of earth- Hon. Columbus Drew of Jacksonville
litT seventeen thousand persons were ing from Mr. Wilkinson's hotel to Lake yesterday,twenty-two democrats to eleven ,
Irmitse ce- Poinsett, and will be just 268 yards from quake was experienced here on Tuesday republicans; and the house, sixty demo- baa been lecturing on Florida in Washington -
which shook the Island of Chios severely, to crowded houses.At .
!F three o'clock p.'m. Governor Blox: the river shore. This location: is a most crate to forty-five republicans.The .
:At and extended the entire of
his attendants arrived, and were desirable one in many respects and easi- along coast election being over and the result the last term of the Circuit Court
i 'iam'Dd Anatolia and far into the interior of the
: at the gate with tumultuous ly accessible to all the citizens of Bock- known the candidates for the various for Taylor county there was but one true *
I eared western portion of Asia Minor. It was bill presented by the grand jury.
the dense crowd. They wereDotted ledge. offices are now showing their heads. The
'd ten much than indicated in the
to Music Hall, which was already Should any subscriber wish to changeor more severe first one in the field is Charley Vallan- About thirty Irishmen are at work on
first advices received here. The first
d with people anxious to see withdraw his subscription on, accountof ligham.: The place he wants is chief the International Railroad, the first white
gorg shock felt about ,
,.JAM bW 'The music on the occasion was said change of location, he will please was at Smyrna twenty clerk of the senate. He was a memberof men ever employed on any of the South '
minutes in the It
J and unbounded enthusiasm and notify me of such desire within twenty past seven morning. the house for four years from Mont Florida roads,
oksdid ;lasted apparently only about the fourth .
prevailed. days from the date of this publication; i gomery. Pensacola boasts of the finest Jewish
mood fee1iDg of minute and followed by ..
part a was .
Colonel DuPont, President of the Ex- otherwise, acquiesence in the change will Synagogue in the Southern States. The
three lesser shocks in quick succession, The patent office is a convenience .
por flu;assumed the chair announced be taken for granted. All persons interested which half where take interior is beautifully and artistically
seemed to be only of about lawyers a turn at commission-
of the occasion. in religion, or kindly disposed to decorated.A .
"j n'feting terms the nature the duration of the first. With the first era and as soon as they learn the ropes

,* '. General Alpheus Baker, of Louisville, the same, who may wish to aid in the shock many dwelling houses came down. they resign to begin, practice as patent large rattlesnake, having twelve rattles -
of the first house of in
in an eloquent address welcomed the worship The damage was greatest on the lower attorneys. The internal revenue depart- and two buttons is said to have been

,florernor, the Press Association, and thefatepu&tA Rockledge, are earnestly requested to slopes of the ancient Mount Pegasus, ment is a convenience where a commissioner killed near Quincy recently. ,Quite a
, Floridians present, and notify me, or the Messrs. Dickson and curiosity in the snake line.
where the vibrations were much more severe learns all about the loopholes of
Matheson, whatever they feel willingto
. sGownwrBloxham responded in brief than along the plain between the the revenue laws, and then resigns to enter The Jacksonville Tampa and Key
give and the sums will be most -
>1'1Dd pertinent address, which was received ; hill and the shore where the Christians into practice as attorney for distillersand West company has ten pile drivers at
" set opposite their names on the
'with rounds of applause. reside. All the villages between Chesme dealers in cases against the government work putting down bridges between
list to be called for when
, Dr.Harris, of the Sanford Journal, re- subscription and ouria were completely wrecked, The interior department is a con- Jacksonville and Palatka.

s ended' for the Press of Florida, and needed. Mrs.sincerely C. B.,) OBUDEB. and at least two thousand persons have venience where a secretary expedites lapsed They are having a lively time in" Key

. then the Kentuckians and their guests lost their lives by being buried under the land grants to railroads, and decidesall West in regard to choosing a Mayor-
October 25th 1883.
: ,
adjourned to the BanquetHall,where the walls of their Chesmewas the *
.1. falling dwellings. questions against government there are no less than half a dozen faction,
tfloring toasts were given and responded For the Florid Star. badly damaged, but no lives were and when he goes out he goes into the each having a favorite.

to in fitting terms: "Querist" says that "tax-sales are the' lost. In the adjoining places of Buma- pay of the grantees whom he has served. The Sumterville Tima has found

"Florida and her People."-response only remedy"-"and the law and precedenU bad and Budja a number of handsome The land office is a convenience for a commissioner out
the "biggestpaperintheState"
If Senator WOk. Call of Florida encourage and itrengUun them" villas were demolished.In to expedite and inflate old plandon't
and has simmered down
1 "KratmctyResponse by ex-Gover- and that "a tax sale is due processof law" the Island of Chios, in the archipelago Mexican pasture grants into enormous pay, to
four two of which
McCreery, of that State. This is begging the whole questionIfwe a few miles beyond the promon- titles in fee, and then to go into the pay pages, are patent. ,

"The Press of Florida."-Response by understand the drift of Querist's argument tory on which Smyrna is situated, the of the expedited claimant as land agent. The eity council of St. Augustine has

.; Mr.John P. Varnum of the Florida it is that the legislature of Flor- shocks were felt with terrible severity. The post office department is a convenience impeached C. F. Johnston the Mayor. *

Tma-Vnm. ida is not controlled by our State and The first one occurred simultaneouslywith for a reform postmaster general if r.Johnston has applied to the Circuit

t' anoddaandKentucky.ItResponscbyll1age National constitution-In short that the that felt at Smyrna. The entire who temporally diverts the great Court for relief. The matter will come

Sebring. legislature of Florida is above all constitutional four hundred miles of territory of Chios Western mails to one road, for the pur- up before Judge Baker at Jacksonville.

"Floridian Industries."-Response byJkViffiamMcWilliams. restraints Our best jurists seemed to be for the time but one undu- pose of fixing the annual compensationby "The last link is broken" the fellow

think otherwise I>IxIE. lating sea of earth waves, following each one weight, and having thus "expedi said when he kissed his girl good-bye

noticeable feature at both the recejtjoe > Notice..,.', other rapidly, like the swell of an ocean ted" that railroad to the tune of $600,000 forever at her request, because her par-

and,banquet was the large attendanceof If want to sell or unimproved storm. The subterranean rumble was followed a year,he resigns to take a fat salary as ents wished a dissolution. A few days
you your grove
ladies, who seemed the most pleased I so quickly by the terrible shock president of a bank whose capital was after he received a note saying "Dear
tracts of hind,send to us for:
of enthusiastic of all the great audience.At that the people were given neither timeto made by one year's profit from this jug- George, there are plenty more links,
blanks that give full description
so you can us a -
o'clock began the giving away of with lowest cash prices and fly nor to throw themselves into the gle. Before he resigns another temporary come and break them."

for the Commissioners loved and bid them diversion is made in order to Edward white
fruit' as arranged time terms. We will then do our utmostto arms of ones an ever- "expe- Lounsberry boy about

rod a perfect gorge of people stormed theJ'Iorida'IpICe effect a sale.Remember lasting adieu. Frightful noises succeededthe dite" the compensation of the Pennsylvania 15 years of age, got into a difficulty witha

' in the Exposition and kept we charge nothing unless a shock-the terrified cries of human line the same way, at the instance of negro about 17, at Milton, last week

ip' the press for several hours.' sale is made. We will advertise each beings and crushed ani'K A thick his accomplice the reform attorney gen- picked up a brick and struck him on the

Mn.Eraser's beautiful fish scale orange of in hands dust was diffused into the air and the eral, who thereupon resigns and enters head, knocking him into the river. Thenseeing
piece property placed our ,
blossoms were distributed at the skies were darkened as on the darkest into a reward for his services. The expedited he was about to drown, he jumpedin
free of charge. Our commissions being
kajnrt amidst the greatest applause.The night. mail routes are made a convenienceto after him and brought him to land.
only on actual sales. Deeds, mortgagesand
Press Association held a jollification other legal instruments executed The loss of life in Kastro will aggregate cover a resounding prosecution, whichis Ocala Banner: Mr. Sol. Smith, of

meeting this evening, one of the interesting with neatness and dispatch and on reason- fully nine hundred souls. Most of the a convenience for paying the presi Whitesville can certainly boast of the

features of which the Turks. In other of the is- dent's from $100 to $150 for
was presentation able terms. We will issue our new prop- dead are parts pets per day prize lemon. It is not a hybrid either,

to Colonel Elliot of a cane. This erty list in November for circulation land over thisteen hundred people are so pretending to prosecute. This history but is as sour as a Sicily, and is a bonanza

'setting was presided over by acting abroad-parties having property to dis- far reported killed and it is feared that of departmental conveniencies might be of its kind. He has a tree loaded with

Vi --President Varnum and the presen- pose of, may find it for their interest to the number will greatly exceed the present continued to a great. .length.. them and has sent a specimen box to the '
ttfoa speech was made by him. estimates when all the outlying territory Louisville Exposition. The one he
place the same in our hands, at as early a gave
The St. Paul house
,The Prat'Association, in a body willpitth'aosria moment as possible. If parties receiving is heard form. opera costing us weighed 3} pounds, and made enough

!! Journal building at mid- will Along the coast of Western Asia Minor $300,000, was opened Monday night by lemonade to last the office all day.A .
letters of inquiry as to this section "
Emma Abbott in "II
fight -night, and to-morrow morning or Anatolia, the shocks were felt with Trovatore.
furnish us with the address of their cor- fraudulently packed bale of cotton
%will leave and the latest indi- The Illinois State Convention of color-
for Chicago by invitation great force reports
from Florida g
respondents, we will upon receipt of the was on exhibition in frontof
wdretnrn? on Sunday morning noth- same forward by mail our property list. cate that the effects of the earthquakewere ed men is in session at Springfield to the Savannah Cotton Exchange last

fy happens .to prevent. ... PBTTCHAD & MAY. very severely felt as far in the interior take action to secure recognition from Thursday. It had been consigned to

IhU has been a great day for Florida a ... .. as Kulah-over ninety miles east of political parties. Baldwin & Co., sold by'them a water ,

fr spite of the falling rain and lowering Tax-Collector's Notice Visits. Smyrna. There is no doubt that when The United States Court at New York packed to Daffin & Dresser, and, upon {

-. The Press Association hold together will be at the following places for the the results of the disaster are fully made denied a motion to enjoin the city from examination by them, was found to contain -

ly, and the strongest friendships purpose of collecting the tax for the known the loss of life and the damage to collecting taxes assessed:: upon the real a log of wood, a foot in diameter and

been formed among men who have year 1883, viz: property in the territory west of the Ha- estate of the Manhattan Railway Compa- about three feet in length, which weighed -

ten,hitherto! comparative strangers tofaCh Bassville, Monday, ... .Noy.5, 1883. lys, the Karajah Dagh and the continu- about 75 pounds.-Economitt.

other--friendships which will tell on Le.keView, Wednesday ...." 7, ing range as far as Lake Iber will be very ny.The First National Bank baa I
... ... .. 9 Chicago Schooners from Nassau '
fc future Ft. Drum, Friday, are evading the
between Chesme
welfare of our State. V. great. All the villages notified its 130 clerks that they must all
Crab Grass Monday ... .. 12,
law by d
,. passenger ; putting numbers
LaGrange, Monday ... .... ." 19.tC and the Voula are totally wrecked,scarce- procure bonds, which will range from
General News Notes. TirtusvflleTuesday.. ." ." 20, ly a house being left standing to mark $4,000 to $5,000 each; and aggregate over of the passengers as part of the crew,such

Two large brick tobacco factories of A. Haulover. Wednesday. ... .." 21, rc the sites of the many thriving places $320,000. as assistant stewards, stewardesses, cooks t

H-kftjich, kt Lynchburg, V L, were Eurobanks, Friday ..... .." 23, which on Monday were scenes of life and etc., many of whom present an amusing!!
lomed Point Monday. .. ..._.CI 26, The National Convention of Locomotive a
J8Cently. The loss is 45000. City for this is of the appearance as members of the crew with
activity one
....." 27 bustling
Carter's! Tuesday Engineers has begun at Buffalo. All '
wer ) !
20,000 burn- dazzling: watch chains and
pounds of tobacco was gold-
EauGallie, Thursday ... .." 29, busiest seasons with the people of thepeninsula.
d' The insurance is the British American provinces and every headed canes. Small schooners ,!
$30,000. Barker's Bluff; Saturday, ..Dee. 1, It is estimated that about bring

J mei Lloyd Greene, aged fifty-six, Ft. Pierce, Monday,. ... ..." 3, three thousand persons lost their lives in state in the union except Florida, seventeen passengers with a crew of thir :1

t procinent citizen and manufacturer of SECOND BOUKD.Bassville this part of the country. Advices from are represented.The teen. This little game will no doubt be i
... ..Dec. 10.U
Eel,Conn., mayor for three term Lake View, Monday, Wednesday-, ." 12, the interior indicate that the loss of life International Geodetic Conferenceis nipped by the custom officiak-Key

***republican in ..... ..." 14 cc souls invited to meet with the Scientifi Con- Democrat. :
candidate reach
for governor Fort Drum, Friday, in that section may 4,000 Ii.Ii.West .
5,died suddenly in the Adirondack Crab Grass, Monday. ... ..." 17, cc cc and will certainly number fully three- gress at Washington next year, to discuss Jacksonville Herald:IWe learn from ;:
.. ......cc 24
."""Btoins LaGrange, Monday the proposition for the establishmentof
from pneumonia. Titusville Tuesday cc 25, IC quarters of that estimate. The numberof the very best authority that the charter ".
universal meridian.
.. *C.Harris editor of the Hot Springs I Haulover. Wednesday26, maimed will be very large. At Eak- a of the Barge Canal, projected to follow

(I-)Horseshoe was arrested by Judgefoods : Burnham'8 Frida .. .. ... ..cc 28, cc ihissar the dead are about one hundredand Rev. J. Henry Smithe, of Philadelphia on the natural waterways from Cumber- Ii

Point, Monday, .... ..cc", Sart the of baa been offered $10,000 to deliver a seriesof
,of the circuit court, for contempt, City fifty. From loss seventyfive kind Sound to the Mississsppi river at t,
Carter's, Wednesday,. ... Jan. 2, 1884 in New York State in .
120 lectures aid
amed> In Melissa the
lives is New
bJ'an editorial reflecting on the I ....." 4, cc reported. Orleans has been sold to an English
eDrt lot the!manner of selecting the jury. Gall u$; Monday, .. ." 7, U damage was alight, and the loss of life of the building fund for Bartholdi's stat syndicate who will begin practical work

.11 the Rug; murder case. Fort Pierce, Wednesday,... ." 9, '. will not number over fifty, the earth- ue of "Liberty Enlightening the World." upon it at an early day. It is easy to seethe

fiend B. F. Butler, as attorney for D. W. MCQUAIG, quake seeming to have pent its force The Southern Railway time conventionhas importance of this enterprise and to

L Great Falls Tax Collector Brevard County, Fla. near that point. At Gena the dead num- appointed a committee to make arrangements feel that its influence on the prosperityof
| Manufacturing Company
'.*fled ia the department of justice a. Titusville, Oct. .25., 1883.. ber about eighty. with the different telegraph Florida will be of incalculable value.

,7*_ for 11,000,000 damages for property. The Leesburg branch of the St, Johns ..... companies for the 'transmission of the By means of inland navigation, through

** & rights which will be used by. and Lake Eustis Railroad will be in that DeLand proposes to have a telegraph new standard time to the different rail- channels easily constructed, it will drawto

1L joremment in effecting the proposed l place in time to carry the winter's fruit connection with the Western Union line road companies. The new schedule goes our parts the great volume of produce f

ttte aoB of water supply for the districtv oft: at Astor. into effect November 18. yielded by the valley of the MisiisippL :

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... J r At'b: .,f-' :If.'rAIiii. : onebi the otheto ali ead *. '
till. "strjiJKle of-each of thecUIL polling << go Indiart'Telul "
r -:4B.1 Duo Leda on* :.I, _, A -<> bin -' > 'or asttta a cylindrical switch beside ,
v eeeme&to that the rat ; -
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a ctiie'. .doubt 1i'W coffin-,_drirrth" HJ ri'1 atfli: ,ft'3 was about ft escape"aftej a' time,indge \ L..! .:- -- st .:"fT.t toe'': 1\\-'., him'enables him* to &fop'or go on at l:r.jThe recent passage' of the' Tea
'U'.L".L"' + DIo' N WB.r'vcrof pleasure.* ThI( witch is;graduated so 'ieration'lAct: bY AdnL
thel'ro- ;
'B ut.IIU II WUoIIm8ft7 iogen ii It UDga.h h ledjit at QV* v v **-f* .-Congresa. !has
plucks them out. dent.- The aim was not good, and the 'ware night air?' This is one of that the current, from forty, sixty! or menced to show its effect to coa-:

-1\16tpoDed'-- on account of the. JIt e' truck:the-do<< right between,the 'Aunt' Susan's solemn- speeches. "Close eighty cells, can'.be used at pleasure. pose upon the importation of some

weather,";M the 'Umidf ibm D said eyes. ,The terrier released his grip ton. your window wen the .sun goes. The weight of the whole-batteries' and teas from Japan andyCiina poison oot
when 11 -dId.jooftlgVl, through h a sheep the cat, and fell over dead. It had down.TlfiilsalidtLet.; ; /V'1' dynamo-: s about:two*toss/ol as nearly health of the people of this conn fOf r

.pesters.with-abelligerent' -holding-- breathedJtsrlast-before: the cat in turn -The other night' when-she' was drawing as possible that of engine,'boiler with introduction 'has come,

: the fort- T *t7KU'i: > > let go the tat and turned over and died. out the.flnti* of.the e favorite,saRa, water, and coal for a steam enKine com DIe ':'Lewis' magazine none'too'ibon for ;,

"Please Pus the-goat," said a The rat did not long survive the enemy, I said to her: __ petent to propel her at the same.speed. quotes an article :o.'lhe. Sanitary Angiaf:!>

boarder to his hostess.): ;"WhY do 'you and by,;the aide :of the,.already deadChickenhe .,. "My tlear aurit; what' can a 'man 'This pretty launch is the very prefec- girieer,, which contains facts alms l

call my, butter the goat ?!' asked laid, himself down and gave breathe at night if-he' don't breathe lion of; a pleasure boat ; no heat no credible,.were jt not. .for the in:]

the ,...... "Because.", rep,:_' 'the unfeeling -' 'up the'ghost;. The owner; of the dog night air ? He cant breathe day 'air, I smoke, no dust; no steam, nosmell.of! It states that :7000 packages .uttonty J',

.*wretch, "it' very, strong but; :was aO angry at his death that he 'is can he? :Do you mesa be should 'get oil, no splashing ef pumps., There.is China,were; burned as poiaonpug of tea from

ter." TVWhat said to have come near making the a house full of day air, shut it up tight; no noise of any kind to be heard ,save der of the :British; Government ,,by or,.:

are you doing: ;with that ci story complete by i killing the boy that and breathe it over and over all night? the bubbling ofthe water from'the: propeller showing upon [analysis; ,s ,TJw*

gar, Joulittleiascxl] .?.'? exclaimed a killed the dog'that shook the cat that My dear auntie did you ever get into and the faint hiss caused by the poisonous adulterants, 'per'c@ntd;

father, addressing his son. fMa: saysthat caught the rat,that bit ihe chicken in a bedroom where two persons had slept commutator" rubbing against the deadly. That is Jin, every some 100, beiot.!

if J.bit.that cat again she'd. make- the yard on clay street' with closed ''windows ? :Now, auntie brushes. There is no smell
i me' smoke. and. .I fit her... again..- ,., :an' am. you have a' sharp 'noaeT; what do youtbin1t "blacks ;'.' and the boat will run for six found.: .Eleven different adulterants poisons vn ,
." Th that sort of air to feed the blood ,vea
smokin' '. So-called Woaker Vessels. of hours continuously, or about forty-five detected some deadly--
IX>VE S QUESTION.. t .. and brain. A great many people suck miles. re able says tha
authority which
A:wistful light lay-in her eyes (ii in that prison aU night, and next morning concludestbaT'"Alarge
It baa long been known that the screw
;Afishe gaze o'er-thf' heaving eea. -A prize of seventy-five dollars is percentage of the.stonac
And her slender hands suffer from dullness and headache. is wasteful It
tightlyclasped. extremely propeller.
"-were an pain and indigestion
+ --- given annually to'the best male Greek among American
Auntie, did you ever sleep out of be that further
yet investigationswill ,
Around one *nt-up;knee.J Jf scholar in the.high school at Newport.This may women may be traced totes (?)l-. ;fa
show that the is
screw not so much the
,years, 188L2 upwards
Intense tin glance the moonbeam year the ,best examination was 'NeverJI should expect to' wake up combination ,of,.80,000
to blame as.,the.c of'screwnd
showed. .. packages of teajfrom China
l % 'r: .i'' passed by the daughter of George Rice, did." and f Japan
At I stood till her breath Came fast; dead if 1 engines. At any rate the systemof were refused permission to
She asked in a voice of:music low, the colored steward on the steamer Pi7- '"My dear: aunt, the young birds, be landed ia
'Are peaches,cheap at. last?" grim; but ai she could not:be given the electrical propulsion opens up a new Great Britain, as .adulteratedeves
lambs fawns and all the rest of tbetend
field of because it renders
-BoBtlmAdmti8ei' inquiry, posSible pound of this 80,00
prize: a wealthy New York,gentleuansent packages."'Ii"
-"U you don't give 'are a 'penny,' her seventy-five dollars in gold. r, delicate, young creatures sleep the use of screws of extremely fine on to America and .bas,been, and is be
said a young hopeful his mamma;"I t out and do nicely ;'but they soon die pitch revolving at a great speed.., .The ing,consumed., This explains the
j i -It would be odd if women suffrageshould of,consumption, if we ,bring them intoour in Mr. Yarrow's boat' mean*
know a boy that's got the mea.slesand dynamo 'makes ing of "Gift" Tea Companies who
become the custom in Great furnace or stove heat. Why auntie offer
about G80 revolutions
I'll go and catch 'em. '- per minute. The premiums of China-sets
I Britian sooner than in the United States. I saw, when in South Carolina, a family Waltfcam
-It'you propeller is of steel two bladed 19oinof
can get one out''onyard : e That watches, ,Pianos! Sewing nuu hit
this is possible is indicated by the children
of parents and five livingunder
of cloth, how many towels can you diameter and 13-inch pitch. There'absolutely is &c., as inducements. Lewie's
vote in the house of commons of 114 oak'tree where had Poplar
live they
get out: of two',yards ? That depends i' a no vibration, and very little Monthly September
to' 130 noes on Mr. Mason's motion containhtate.,
ayes with other
altogether on ,how jnany there 'are on stayed three years, no covering disturbance of the water in the wake of meats from a Mr. Oscar
to give the suffrage to those women Rigg, wbota
than the tree- even a
the boat.-London.
line Field.
the clothes
;. IS'I 'i evidently well posted
whose property qualification allows '' New on the subject,
It'was 'an intelligent England
-"Ih ve been married now, boasted 4 and
these are worthy of
them' the' municipal franchise. So note.; The
a proeyold!,fellow,, >'tmore,than thirty family ; they left Massachusetts very A Great'Emigration' Scheme. cargo of the "Fruitshire" is mentioned
small hostile
a majority must beabope-
wretched from scrofula. When I saw
years;.and.have never4'given my wife as being inspected at New
for York.
sign the friends of woman suf
across word'! 'That's.because them they were in fine health. I believe '
: < younever frage. a great French author when bass e An Ottawa (Can:) despatch to the results being that 3100 cheats of Chink
dared uncle,'J; said' a little ne :
: tea were condemned
phew who lived with them The Graphic says it, was a wo s : "You may eat bad food, wear .1 New York Sunday; Times says : The I 83.impurear6fie' ,
; 'if.you 542 chests .
had, \auntiewould' : have'3' '.made' you who: stumbled'and fell that 'caused mane bad clothing; and 'never wash yourself, British Government has decided to I jected for Japan were also re*

.,.' first fatal block at the Brooklyn theatre but if you breathe pure air day and officially undertake to aid Irish emigre" the same cause. The rake
?a- I II. fire in 1877 ; it was'a woman who night you will never suffer from scrof tion into Canada 'on a colossal scale..' of this tea;was stated to be $30,000 aid

-An exchange says:that ,chick ens stumbled and fell that caused the block ula." The proposition made by President the writer concludes as follows:

can be bought for.four cents apiece., It at the 'fatal panic in'the Sixteenth Aunt Susan ended the discussion'by Stephen, of the Canadian Pacific Railroad fit is expected that at least 10,000-

; doesn't say! how big,the.pieces are, '' Street Catholic Church a few years saying : "Sleep out in the street, if I on behalf of a syndicate of Canadian 000 pounds will be,refused a market in

-?Champagne,.is_.said .to be. going ago;and'it was a'stumbling woman, so you wish to ; I prefer a good bed in a 'interests, has been practically this country. The condemned tea be

out of fashion"risays,;l sal, exchange far as it can,be known, that started the nice room. Sleep with the pigs and abandoned. Stephen offered to settle ing mainly green, and inferior, Japan."

Yes its .disappearance tihas:been, > frequerjtiy panic 'on 'the'Brooklyn bridge: TheI cows, if you like it ; I prefer to sleep likea 50,000 of Irish poor'''in' families of five' Recent' quotations for Japan teas' show

4 noticed. ]t ,rfV"sf"Is ,Graphic might have added. that, it was Christian." each upon stocked and equipped farmsin a s follows: ,

it rang to cheat a lawyer?'', I the neighborhood of "Finest" 25 cents ;,"Fine" 22 cents
j] ; a stumbling woman who induced Adam Aunt Susan is partly right. It better r Winnipeg, paying ;

was recently very ably,discussed by the I! to."bring; death'into the world, and all to sleep in a good bed than out in the all the expenses of moving and "Good medium," 20 cents ; "Medium" ,,

member ;of, .a,debatingsociety. The i our woe." street with the pigs. But'it isa sad blur 1 settling them 'pros:iding the Govern .18|cents" and yet no one appears to. ask

conclusion arrived atr;was'that- ,it, wasMina; : ads Ward" ',an'English actressof der to sleep without an open window ment loaned the syndicate :1,000.000 why do our grocers charge us the fabulous

not wrong. .,,but' impossible.\G' intelligence and experience, now in Christian at Work.Successful without interest for ten 'years,-the syndicate -prices they' do for such doubtful

-A. Chicago'Wholesale: ,house sent New York, has very little hopes of the in turn to take a mortgage of trash ? Little is known in this.country

out three female drummers,by i way.of stage in ,England.. ,She says that the $500 upon each farm,,I'without interestfor about Indian Teas, or upon what scab
Trial of a New Elec they pare grown, and an idea exists that
the three first
facility .years, and at ;3
experiment. I On* of them wore all her ,offered to handsome and incompetent percent
trical. after that, tbe'setU rs to have the they are something cropped up recently
samples to a picnic :anfl;got lemonade, amateurs to obtain lucrative positions '
pie, and grass stains aU over them ; an 'and'to command, press recognition ,A launch option af securing theirvholdings: .in fee : quite new. Tea was commenced to bfl
propelled by Indian
electricity in 1835
simple at time the payment t grown in ,or 43 yean
other mashedton had worked any upon .
got ,; -, rakemen and an immense amount of .was shown I '
the Thames several
on on : < ago. During the ten }
of $ OO. The British Government at I ears etwefU
followed him off and the third mischief painStakiDg'and
,: reported among conscientious '
occasions last year, and attracted: a fi i I860 and 1876 the exports ad increased
rst favored
the but ,Catholic
three lawn tennis The largest ,
new dre8es"a. suit, a players. fortunes -
good deal of attention. It
was propelled froat,500,04016s. to .
hat and Langtry inha been : priests. Ireland opposed it so strongly 28,126,000 ,or
garden a bang r bpd made of late years b y driven .
by a screw by a Siemens eleven times
as much. The deliveries
expense account The house is so well ,women who had nothing to recommendthem that the Cabinet finally refused to en total -
; ; motor,and Sellpn-Yolckmar} : accumula ,for
satisfied with the result of. the experiment 1. but their beauty, and they put tertain the,matter unless the Dominion year ending [May lastwu
; tors. To,a certain extent the experiment i
56,600,000 lbs 10
that it will not, repeat, it.Domestic ., this into the market against experience, Government guaranteed the repayment ; or millions of pounds
was successful. Recently Messrs. increase
skill and of the loan.. Sirk Alexander T. Gait upon last year. In British
good taste and walked ,
> Yarrow & Co.., of the, Isle of Dogs, India there are over 2000 plantations
with ex-IIigh Commissioner to London and
t laurels.
Animals ,
took the matter and working with with
up, ,
Sir Charles Tupper, his successor both an acreage under tea of more than
A LIKES.-A husband
S! the Electrical Power and Storage Corn
188,000 acres while
endeavored to secure this'guarantee nearly 500,000 acres
who is not always "a little short." ,
I' a handsome launch has been
pan, very are taken for
CHICKEN, RAT' CAT,Dos AND BoA Y. Who gets home at .a reasonable: time of fitted up, intended for the Vienna Exhibition but failed,. owing, it is' said, to the 1200 Europeans up tea planting. About
and educationare
very, very tough, story,.in which a night and in reasonable physical rand with which many experiments opposition of Lord Dufferin, who:has men

chicken, a rat, a cat a dog, and a boy ,tion. Who always let her know beforehand have been made. This little boat madea strong faith in 'the future, of Canada, and retained as managers and assistants,
figured. ," was going, the< I.rounds. in the when he brings a friend to dinner. run from the Temple Pier to Greenwich and who bent his energies' to secure' in the factories and natives are estimated employed
East End the.Louisville CourierJournal. direct action on the part of the Government maximum
says, Who dosn't want to sleep till noon in ,
thirty-seven minutes with
a yield is 70 millions of Of
in favor pounds. .tie!
The story, is. vouched for on every Sunday morning. Who takesplEasure moderate tide. Some of the l largest possible e
"I' delay was, moreover purity and
excellence Teas
of Indian
emigration to Canada. ,
good and this
authority account is
: in buying his wife "
a new caused
by the
: propeller fouling a The little need be said, for their increased
all the'more 'rein rkabl It is related spring bonnet. Who compliments her basket-an Government having
event well-known
that Mr. Sam McCurdy was sitting' occasionally and calls her pretty win fit r who has had any experience to everyone with finally decided" to lend no official in- consumption Britain in Europe and Great I

''neath the shade of a:tree' in the backyard I she is or not. Who, when he comes steam launches on the Thames. The dorsement to any railway schemes of speaks volumes, while aa
'of his residence:-on"'Clay! street home late at will immigration, the British. Government opposed to all the seizures and con-
night, come in like a ,distance is six miles, so that, making demnations
near Franklin( .street.. talking to'soire man, and not like a thief. Who can allowance, forj.be: tide, it may be said took up Lord Dufferin's ideas, and China Teas one reads of Japan need and

friends, when'his attentionwas calledto 'Tie: ;in bed :while his wife: walks with the that u speed of over seven miles an hour decided on undertaking to carry them be alone one solitary statement

a hen with,.a ',brood of young chick. baby without swearing like a trooper. was attained and full out. A special conference was held at made. Not a single package
power was not of Indian
and a large rat that had just the Mansion House, and after a shipped' direct from the
ens, Who isn't always telling her the times employed, save for a portion of the time. Jong factory to the
from' its hole and discussion o n elaborate scheme of consumer, has ever b-en
emerged was quietly are hard and business is poor. Whov.111 On the measured mile an average speedof as known
the chickens with the \ credit sisted emigration was resolved to be either faced, colored,
regarding young give her for working as hard over eight miles an hour has been at UIKMI; painted
prospects of a meal in view. As the rat as he does and sometimes harder. Whois tained. based on .the principles of the United or adulterated, and every
his' hole the States homestead; laws. The analysis ever made has proved Indian
from house
cat details
came willing to put up with a poor dinneron The boat is forty feet long and of Tens to be
awoke from her afternoon nap and bianda}". Who won't keep the dinner good beam. She had twenty-one of the scheme are not yet ready to be of innocent of adulterations
of the rat. persons placed before the public, but it any kind. The reason is simple;no
caught sight 'Crouchinglow 'waiting, and then growl becausethe on board, including the steersman has" 'Indian
she awaited, 'developments, and roast is overdone. Who won't and a man to look after the machinery been decided to remove, front?, Ireland d planter can afford to use adulterants
and settle'in Canada and ,even if he so wished, 'and
stood prepared to ''spring upon his ratship. labor under the impression that cigar if such it may be called. The 'boat is 200,000 of poor to

At the appearance of his ancient ashes on th. carpet tend to keep the completely unencumbered from end to Irish people in families ,Lands will doubly attempt any such tricks would
enemy. the cat, a Scotch terrier, which moths out. Who know when it is end, no trace of the propelling mechanism be divided"into. sections of. 100" acres, planter a valuable reputation to

had been sunning itself in the wOOdshed time to get up. and does not rely on his being visible. This consists of each section to be provided with all would risk while he bas large
its.,ears and wife buildings, ,equipments animals crops of:pure tea to,sell upon its own
pricked up quietly to arouse him. Who takes his eighty cells of Sellon-Yolckmar accumulators seed established
made for the place where the cat stood. wife along occasionally when he "runs of which fourteen are disposed and food necessary for the beginning'o f. merits in an open prejudiced

At this moment ,a boy named Andy down"to- New York on "blI iness." under the seat, seven at each side and farming on unbroken land. Each mar et"I ooded without agonists only
came the scene. The Who when' he settler will be given the:' 'use of his too ready to seize on the first chance to
Quaid upon, takes his wife to the the remainder in the bottom of the boat, ,
chickens were not cognizant. of ,being theatre, will not go out between the under the floor. The screw is turned homestead free for the first three years,' deny, its merits.-Xetcfitltl (.1: J.) Item.

watched by the rat- nor did the rat seethe acts "to 'see a man." Who won't by an A. Siemens' dynamo commutated and after that will be required to pay a. ,

cat, .nor the'feline ,the, dog, who sharpen his lead pencil on the. carpet as a motor. No gearing is used c as rent 3 per cent. upon $-300, ,but may ..1.

had not noticed the coming, of the boy. Who, when be builds'an "addition" to the spindle of the armature being at any time acquire absolute. title "What a wonderful age of invention -

A little chick wandered too nigh, the house will allow his wife to arrange coupled direct on to the end of the screw up onpayII ent of the latter sum. 'this is," said Mrs. Catchpenny. :

and he.was seized.by the}.rat, which was for: closet room. Who admires his I shaft. The thrust block is just aft of -. "I see they're making wire cloth, and

in turn pounced, (upon by the cat, and wife and has the common sense to tell iht dynamo, which is placed under the _" I'll get some to put in Johnnie's pants.

the cat was caught in,.the(mouth of the of it. wbo'.will not insist upon having door in the stem sheets. It lies flat, J I say, Paddy;; that is the worse n. .

dog. The. rat would,not cease his hold the pillow with the most feathers in i it., and occupies very little space. There looking harness.horse that I.have ever seen in'

on the chicken, ,and, the.cat, inspitethe of Who will be as polite to his wife as to four brushes, two for. going ahead, 11 11are : ?" Why don't you fatten hI ai'Boston girls who got lost in the

. shaking she was getting. from the any other .women,,and will lift his hat two ,for going astern and two small 1 up the "Fat him him up, is it ?, Faix, woods in the White Mountains the other

; 1 dog, did not let go .of the rat. It was, to heron. the,street. Who is willing to lines going to a becket beside the steers- >i j poor baste can scarcely carry the I day did not cry'' "Help I" but "Three

fun for the boy, and in ,high glee he share-I the evening paper. man enable him at a moment's notice, littlematothat's Paddy. ( on him now," replied ladies. in this direction are in urgent ,:

need of assistance."
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V':1" E: FL0.RLOA S,TAR.: the wear and tear of real life-work cornea? ADVERTISEMENTS.' Xotlce.
t '
' -TmmY, OCTOBER 251883.: What are we'doing to, make 'their limbs In the Circuit Court, &tenth Judicial Cir-

+ round,and full, their chests large and DE BARY-BAYA. cuit of Fuaida, Brevard County.
<-' "vCBUSHED EVERY. THURSDAY, well Henry Wilson, \ 0
:If", AT movements agile vs. >Attachment.Wm. .

f L : ,.: FIorida. and graceful, their lives 'healthful and MERCHANTS'LINE, "! B. Moore, J

,,t. f B.- B. WAGER, happy? ,Comparatively nothing. Side-wheel 'Steamers. Sum sworn to$140.00.
Look It appearing from the evidence on file
A> jlijmftnx Editor,fc Publisher. at John's and Mary's arms; they in the court that the defendant WilliamB.

"Si 'Wffli. '1.50 per Annum In advance.ii do not measure by from one to four jnch- Carrying the V. S. Mall. Moore cannot be found said defendant -
:i-"; igOCAia is one inch in space ; 18 square ea what they ought. They are small ONE OF THE STEAMERS OF THIS LIKE and all interested or concerned are
column.jjiaitmTmrintii. thin w leave Jacksonville daily ttom wharf foot hereby notified of the commencement of
:I1v :..ke a nnaccompanied by. the and flabby when they should' be of Laura meet at:3o p.m.,and 8.F.and W. Now this suit by attachment. That an attach-
round plump and of beautiful Railway wharf at 3:iO p.m.,for
'CiaK1FS11DOtrecelveatten OD. a taper.Proper ment has been issued against the goods, .

r'ertleingratsa enquire of tab. Editor physical training experiences no Palatka, Astor, Sanford, En chattels and credits of William B.Moore, I
t1 1odagathreecent stamp.j and he is hereby required to
1: -- difficulty in adding from an inch to an appear,
'' terpriseAnd plead answer or demur to declarationfiled
, be found file
PAPER may on at inch
and half the
a to fore and
upper in said cause on or before the first ,
Bowell & Go's Newspaper AdverIiIiII all intermediate landings south of
; '
: fleo..P. arm in in d.1884 the
one year and from two to three Monday February a. same
:< Street) where
(10 Spruce
r..aterfisiDg; ;Bureau contracts may be made for it inches in the girth of the chest. Our Palatka. la the time to being rule him day, or default.A.judgment. wUl be, given -
against by
ATttT. Johns Sunday Boat will leave at 1 p.m.
have the
r )I not physical developmentand Will make close connections with all Rail A. Stewart,

: the endurance of their fathers and grand- Lines for Clerk of circuit court Brevard county.
'forBrevard. SUB county. newspaper fathers and our Marys are deteriating Point In the Interior.And October, 1883. 24 3m

physically to really an alarming extent with steamers at Sanford for Notice.
jm d gt Glt POll Office at Titutvillf at
" & -C Matter. -too much nerve tissue and too little Points on Indian Rli-er. SubscribeFor III the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit

,.. ,. muscles, lungs and digestive organs- Returning leave Enterprise at 7 30 and San of Florida, Urevanl County. .

: "jff-- publish per request of a number of physically unfit for their duties as wom- ford on arrival. of train arriving at Jacksonville George F..Ensey, 1va. V attachment.

;the members of the bar and others, in an- en-and as Dr. & W. Mitchell says "is Early next morning. William B. Moore. j '

i o4er column, a decision rendered byHisHOBM perhaps of all civilized females the least Sum sworn to 8200.It .

>Judge Cocke, in reference to sell qualified to undertake the weightier tasks Making Lines for close all points connections with rail and steam in the appearing court that from the the defendant evidence WilliamB. on file

,IM'Orange wine as Vinous liquor. which devolve on woman. She is not NORTH EAST AND WEST.For Moore cannot be found, said 'defe

"1.'. fairly up to what nature asks from her as all points bctacen Jacksonville and dant and all interested or concerned are

,BBCBSTLY in one of our State ex- wife and mother. If the mothers of a Palatka,take one of the etuainers leaving hereby notified of the commencement of
; we noticed a communication stating Market wharf daily Sundays excepted at 10 this suit by attachment. That an attach'
-jJungw people are sickly and weak, the sad inheritance a.m. ment has been issued against the goods
General J. J. Finley of this
that falls upon their offspring. Sufficeit FAST MAIL. chattels and credit of William B. Moore
: the of the new two- Leaves Jacksonville for Green Cove Spring
State was to say that multitudes of our young and he In hereby required to appear,
: cent j portage law, while he was a member Tocoi and Palatka. The Florida Star. plead answer or demur to the declara-
Florida. We also girls are merely pretty to look at, or not, Lake Steamer ALGSOLl.lCILYCS Florida tion filed in said cause'on or before the

of Congress from notice that their destiny is the shawl and Bffa, Central Railroad wharf at-a. m, daily, Son first Monday in February a. d. 1884. the

.in another paper that General Finley neuralgia,weak bads, and the varied form day excepted.returning same day. same being rule day, or judgment will be
For further information General '
the distinction of being apply'at against him by default.A. .
jgdestined not to
enjoy -
of hysteria, that domestic demon, which Ticket Office corner Bay and Laura Street
the father of the cheap postage un- 'v.B.WATSON.Manager. ,
has untold discomfort in
manya Clerk of circuit court -Brevard county.
contestedThat Mr. Hill, of New Jersey C.B.FENWrCKUcn.PaM.gent. Oct. 1 1883 23
household and I am almost ready to -( -- I

'sod a Pennsylvania Congressman have say, as much unhappiness as the husband's CASH CASH CASH Notice. '. '
claim the of
both laid a origination dram."
State of Florida
let the "Old Reliable" \ ,
the plan. .Now, We are not writing a learned essay, we WHEREPAT County of Brevard.fINJUSTICE'S
situation and inform the
explain the people CoCRT.
are speaking so that our readers can un-
Florida to whom the honor is due.If To William B. Moore:
of It is the constant aim and intention of
derstand Let little John
us. help papa, THE You are hereby notified that a writ of
it is due to General Finley the peopleof and little assist in little attachment has been issued
Mary mama many -I the publisher to give to the readers of the against you
our State wish to know it. We are of ways-it pleases them, instructs them : and your property attached to satisfy'

the opinion that General Finley was their HEADQUARTERS STAB, one of the most readable and new- the demand of L. Warrock and Co.. .
and develops them physically. Put neither amounting to Thirty-five dollars and.

t one to bring it to the attention of papa's load on little John, nor mama's siest papers of the State. sixty-one cents. Now, unless you shall

Congress. load little at first-but little before J. A. McCrory. county'
on Mary a
..... STORE judge and ex-ofcioJustice of the'Peace
load on each and a larger as the shoulders In and for the of Brevard his
THE editor of the Enterprise Herald I county at
grow broader until at length a man's loadon office at Titusville, Florida on the 3rd
Board of Cornmoners
wonders why County -
day of December A. D. 1SS3 atI o'clockp.
brawny, broad-shouldered John and awoman's TITUSVILLE, FL ORID.f.o .
of Brevard county have not (}- m.judgment will be rendered againstyou
ieenthe importance of a bridge overDeep load for the strong, hale, and and ycur property sold to pay the
I well rounded form of the beautiful robust
:Creek, which, he says, is greatly debt.Dated
and hearty Mary. Work, not this the 1st day of October a. d.
grown up
needed.. He continues that although the I 1883. 2m D. GRAY,

bridge would be in Yolusia county'Bre- overwork, is Nature's physician. False 'Attorney tor Plaintiff.
is the idea that physical labor does not I,
ward would derive all the benefit from it. Twenty columns of Selected State of Florida,
ennoble and too if donot
man woman they }
Furthermore he thinks the Commissioners County of Brevard.
The Oldest and Most Reliable Place of
require it for food they do for physic. In Justice's Court.
of Yolusia county would be willing Miscellaneous Reading,
Nature has ordained it and those who To William B. Moore:
cooperate in building the bridge. BUSINESS You are hereby notified that a writ of
disregard her laws has the bill to
However necessary the bridge would .<.'. pay. attachment has been issued against you

,>be to the interests of Brevard county, as SELLING ORANGE JUICE AS VINOUS and your property attached to satisfy
the demand of
Thomas H. Sanders
long as it is outside of the limits of Bre- LIQUORS. on Indian River, Dealing in amounting to One hundred dollars. Now

vard,her Commissioners have no power, -AND- unless you shall appear before J. A. Mc
Opinion of Judge Cocke, "
Crory judge and ex-offlcio Jus-
in aid in it.
oar opinion, to constructing In the case of the State of Florida vs. General MerchandiseNone tice of the Peace in and for the county of

They would have no more right to assist R. C. Scrimgeour, on information for selling Brevard at his office at Titusville, Flori-

in building a bridge in Volusia county da on the 3rd day of December, a. d. 1883
Vinous liquors without license. but strictly firMu good are 4 o'clock
at will be
than.they would in helping to build abridge p. m.judgment rendered -
The act under which this information Nearly Ten columns State, against you and jour property sold
in Duval or any other county in : to the debt.
1883 pay
is filed, passed March 5th, provides
the State matter how much to theircounty's Dated this the 1st day of October a. d.
for the punishment of all violations the bought and :old at this: Stand. County, and Local News 1883. 2m'!. H.SaNDERS, Plaintiff.
interest would be its construction. -
act of March 5th, 1881, heretofore com-

mitted. o- t NOTICE OF INSOLVENCY. t
In County Court,
By an act passed March 3rd, 1883, an Brevard
THE great Yankee Nation is a"peculiar Remember A Dollar will buy exactly I
provision in relation to ob- Florida.
entirely new
people. Whatever do we do with all
I taining licenses was passed, repealing the PRESEXTEDYEEKLT.. WUEREAS,Fanny A. Joyner AdmInis-
our might. If we build railroads, we do tratrix of the Estate of J. W.Joyner, de-

it on the grandest scale, transcontinental provisions in relation to obtaining licenses $1.00 worth.Established ceased late of Brevard county Florida

for the sale of ardent and vinous spirits. having filed in the office of the County
lines of 3,000 miles in extent. A glanceat
The act of March 5th, 1SS3, does not Judge ot said county a written sugges-
the map of the United States will show In I3.Address tion of the insolvency of said estate:

axlinea of railroad that stretch from conform to the legal and constitutional Notice is hereby given to all persons

requirements for the repeal of the law -ir---- having claims of any nature against the .
ocean to ocean. If we spin tops, we spin
and its provisions of the act of 1881, not orders to said Estate, to file the same duly authenticated -
those that are the largest and longest running in the office of the County Judgeof
110 the 3rd of March
the act of ,
tops extant. If we talk, we talk repealing said county on or before the 3d day of
1883, are not legally enacted,consequently March A. D. 18S4, at which time there
faster and more to the point than any the provisions of the act of March 3rd, The Headquarters Store will be a pro rata distribution of the said

other people. If we drink whiskey, we JOB PRINTING. Estate among the several creditors entitled -
1883, are in force, and unrepealed by the thereto and the said administratrix
out-drink other nations. We drink poorer Titusville<< Fla.
act of March 5th, 1883, in its efforts to JOB PRINTING.JOB discharged. .
whiskey, we drink faster and longer and
revise the act of March 5th, 1881, and the CONTINENTALHoof Witness my name as County Judge of 1
get drank and over it quicker than any PRINTING. said county this 27th day of August A.
if under the act of 1881 is
information ,
other 1883. J. A. McCRORY
people. We are the greatest absorbent -
not under an existing provision of that Ointment. County Judge.
in the world. We absorb thousands
statute, if under the act of March 5th, Titusville, Fla.,Sept. 6, 1883 19 6m.
and thousands of the human race from Cures Cracked Hoofs, Sprains, Scratchesand
1883 it is not under any act establishingthe NOTICE.
every clime and that immigrateto
tongue of 1881 in for that Six months after date I will
act a legal way, presentmy
us every year. We not only absorb the of March 3rd Sores in Our Job Office u well equip for ex final accounts and vouchers to the
by act ,
was repealed all
them but we make Americans of them. County Judge of Brevard county Flori-

As we have said before whatever we do 1883, and not re-enacted in a legal man Horses, Cattle and Sheep.Ask ida as administratrix with the will an-

ner by the act of March 5th, 1883. nexed of the Estate of II.T. Titus, late
*edo with our might, and we may add of said county deceased and ask for a final -
No law can be amended or revised by your Storekeeper for it, or write
whatever we neglect we neglect with theme i discharge as such administratrix.MARY .
reference to its title only, but the act revised E. Titus,Administratrix.

Tim. We take the greatest pains to.. or section as amended shall be re- direct to the maJluf.cturerll"IEIUC..tX PLAIN Ac FANCY WORK, Titusville Sept. 11, 1883. 22 6m.

breed the fastest and finest horses-the ; enacted and published at length. (Constitution -

finest breeds of cattle, sheep, swine<< etc., State of Florida, Art. 10, Sea LVIIKICATIXC NOTICE.Six

t but we neglect to raise fine Yankees phys- 14; 15 Fl. 680, 14 ib. 285, 15 ib. 369 Honorable months McCrory after date I,will County present Judgeof to

*Dy and here is the rub. Our native 735, 739.) OIL, CO.Cleveland \ Brevard county }Florida my final accounts -
of the 5th of
to the act
This applies
'bom.American boys and girls are phyica11i March, 1883, but does not interfere with COLOR &ORNAMENTAL WORK,, the Estate and of vouchers Bartholomew as administratrix deceased of
Ohio. Einig -
neglected and were it not for the the act of the 3rd of March, 1883, which : : : and ask for a final discharge from the

:innnal foreign accretion absorbed by the without attempting to repeal or amend STA.NDA.KDLaundry administration of said Estate.C. .

nerican, we would deteriate physically the act of 1881 is yet by its very terms J. SAKDIKORD, Administratrix.

and antagonistic, and being the last law on Titusville, Fla., Sept. 6, 1883. 196m.
become a nation of brain development the subject is the act in force. The information Wax

Our native born American boys following the language of the i RULE & PAMPHLET WORK, NOTICE.

are becoming less hale and strong, physi- statutes, uses the words vinous liquo Land Office at Gainesville Fla.1
28 1883.
the accused is charged with I Preserves Linen beautiful finish Sept. /
%year by year. Fathers and mothers The liquor of the mixed l gives a NOTICE is hereby given that the follow

Ve false ideas as to children in this re- selling is the juice of the orange is in ing-named settler has filed notice of his
with honey, the juice orange the iron from sticking intention to make final in
$*ct.. They do not wish John or Mary nnous the meaning of the word l prevents ,saves i proof supportof
his claim, and that said proof will be ,
,to do manual labor, so they are sent toschool cannot be made to apply to the pun; labor. --o- ETC., ETC. made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk circuit I

to be educated, where they receive juice of the orange, the evidence was that court at Titusville, Fla., on Saturday.Nov. .

mental drill it was mixed with honey, that beingit sc '\ 10, 1883, viz: Nathan X. Penny, of '. I
only. Physical development does not make it a spirit in any chemical FIVE CENTS A CAKE. Canaveral, Fla., Hd 5,323 for the lots 1,

forms but a very little if any of our sense, nor in any sense as used in the 2, and 3, Sec. 12, Tp 23 S, Range 37 E. ,

thool-traiJng. statute. It clearly is not either vinous I Ask your Storekeeper for it. Made be y .. He names the following witnesses to
Titusville Indian River FloridaPAYSONS
his continuous residence
We malt liquor.In prove upon
hundred nor
spend from eighty to one then is the mixture of or cultivation of said land,viz: M. E. English \
millions no sense STANDARD OIL CO. IeAe 8.... Ho pnMRCIaB.
-. -,of dollars annually on mental juice and honey embraced in e Used with.or.aw yen < mar of Titusville Fla, I'. D. Wesson, M. {.
rj in for ange and this being for any&IIYfabno.l'upetarfurd O. Burnham. and O. A. Quarterman of I I
our schOol So much oAmerican ,
:> term vinous or malt liquors, -C. L / raun work no lineo. E rlT d C HtconiUXEOAXT
but, conviction of the court the information ,: Cleveland, : : Ohio,o -"-V boys' and minds the .
girls' ..' INK 'v E.tabliahec1I1O es. 24w5 Register U. S. Land Office.
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',; WHAT 18,THE USE. amount of'ash and an Irfch of My Life. He was now boiling over with fit. <
a larger ;
Still I
kept m> ground. "Mat S I

I I', What is the nee of this impetuous haste? I that there. 'is la no deficient kind 'of.in -material one 'direction and by i 1t the earlier part of my m d co. I said, "I know that you are not md- I

"1, Tke end is certain. Let intake *was*. i I'' y ry career T was selected as the so listen a moment How outlu1 I
Amd hoard the vital forces that we but. what- .is. overabundant. in other rep Lunatic you out ? I am not the I
of the Army
: Before oar day has reached its,golden: surgeon
,' ,spects.'By then established in one of the 1 can't act without his order' I
attention to the studyof of
: What prime.t use 'of rushing with spent food directing composition there is another counties of England. At the removal has been recommended. by!,. I
the appointment I was It ven'io I'll go and consult him now.", I
!! After old age,its furrows ha white hair? object to impress on the stock-breeder '*
f 1, Whiff we hurry so to welcome which is that by feeding a variety of be that it was one which paid "No, you won't, indeed." I

I animal will faster compliment to my professional "Well, I can't releaseyou. \
Or fd bands: stretched oat. food the grow .fc 01 J4'
;, balhar.ith. fatten more readily and keep in a and was bestowed as a reward le as mu h as my commission is wotft, I
l- condition than by usinga I services done ; but as I did to connive at I
1 f There is'no use. Dear heart if we but waite healthier your escape. I should! h
r e All things will find n!. Let us pa:se, I I single article of diet. Althoughit it quite in the same light, I J tried by court-martial and cashiered,if I
H f&7" is not farmer who makesit and 'interviewed the chief who not worse. That I
i every : you must be aware o(.*:
We cannot obeyondthesilentgate
t'r That lies a snort days journey down tee _a duty to feed ,for nutritive value ght so much more of me than I i "That's no matter to me. Illm :t' I

i la i-. way.. only, yet they' know by' experience myself. [| you 1 See this!1" He opened the loo* I

I! So let us take our time in youth's fair bow- that certain foods give certain re- ," said I, "some men are born to gray pea jacket Lo wore, and; to my" I
., ere. is brief'at best sults; but the field is still open for others have honors trust upon horror, took from within it a rocai I
The summer season
Let us look on the stars and pluck the more knowledge in that direction, ; the latter is my case. I don't paving stone of some pounds.mwd st
flowers. and every farmer should avail himself of it one bit about the 'treat such as the court-yard of the '
And when our feet grow wt&r1. let w reet. build
the privilege of obtainig'1t.Pltiladtlphia moral or medical, of the insane. was paved with. Howhehadmanmi
Let us take time for love and hs delieht; Record. saw but one madman in my to obtain and to secrete it was '
It is the sweet thing that pays for all another
,: The bitterness of life for Sorrow's blight. HANDLING YOUNG STOCK.-I have he, I verily believe, was more I mystery. '
For Pain's despair and Death's.funeralpall. read with much interest your remarksin than fool;and can't help think A cold perspiration broke, out upon '

: the February number, page 63, upon I if you send me to the asylum, I me. :My life seemed to be hanginf by
If, In that lost era when life world was Lew, I "Winter Education in the Stable," a : sending the round man to fit : the slenderest of threads. I had '
and life
first ao
Lore men's pursuit
Y excuse.was heading, by the by, which made me I square hole." I means of defense ; the rules prevented
Now has that time come back'to me and turn over to see whether I had not got is not of the sloightest conse- i. my taking into the interior of the
a you- into the horse department as we in answered he whom I was
: Why should we' seek for more? WbathV : assylum even a walking-stick;and cue
s the use :England, call only the horse stalls the I in the richest of brogues ; to man, the maniac was taller and
:ELLAAgricultural.WUKEER.i : stable, and the dwellings of our cows I : the layste in loife. Round or stronger than I.

1w heifers and calves the byre, shipon or the hole will suit ye to at ; Tha soldier raised the stone in bii uplifted .-

cow house and the loose box. As a so be that ye don't know any hands, and held it over my head,

..'. practical manager of stock I can testify it consarning lunatics, whoy, the which was protected only by my regv
; The Feeding Value of Foods. that the handling you advocate is ye lam' the bether. Ye'll be lation forage-cap. I expected every

The feeding of animals with foods I, most important, and I would add to to jine widout delay. Good instant that I should be crushed beneatk

containing the proper proportions of your suggestions about the heifer's !' ." So he bowed me out ; it; but still the man seemed irreaoht

substances necessary to promote growth : udder just this : That the milkmaid or having a wholesome dread of to strike. Then, while Damocles like

or fat is a ,very important branch of herdsman who attends to the heifer I that were, ined" forth- the missile hung above me, a sudden

knowledge, and thoee who fully understand about the time of calving, and milks idea flashed across my mind: "Wbat
her constantly afterward should devote one of Shakespeare's wise say-
how to procure the largest sup- e if I try to dodge him ?"
\ ply of available matter from the several special care to the fore quarters of the that "use doth breed a habit in a
"Put down that stone 1"'I cried out
kinds of feed allowed to stock will udder. These being a little more diffi- Before there had passed away
"Let me out, then I" he answered
derive more satisfactory results than cult to milk than the hind quarters, the ".weeks of my sojourn with the
"Put down that stone, and I wflL
these who feed as a routine, without milk not running so freely as from the officers and men of Queen
But first declare that you will ten no
having any special purpose to accomplish latter, are often neglected ; the milker land forces I found myself
one who did it or how it was done."
by so doing. Although animals does that which he finds easiest to do interested with their pretty and
"Doctor, I swear!" And then to-
are not confined any particular diet and encouraged the flow of milk to the home, running pleasantly
my inexplicable relief, he lowered bit
i exclusively where they can be allowed hinder parts of the udder. From this groove I bad so much objected raised hand.

I a variety, yet all that can be obtained cause we see so many unshapely getting rid for ever and a day
I looked around once again, really to
I from the feed,whetheritbe concentrated udders, deep behind, shrunk in front, repugnance which every out-
if official was in sight but in
or bulky, is classed under the heads of and the yield of milk is absolutely less : naturally enough entertains when spy any ;
such a sly covert way as to make
protein, cross-hydrates, fat and ash. than when the fore-parts are trained to into contact with the denizens ,
Mathews believe that feared an cave-1
Protein is that substance which is principally contribute their fair share. The fore- madhouse. With a pass-key,

,found in lean meat,'the whiteof quarters should be milked first and has an open sesame to every lock dropper.
"You know the locality outside the
eggs and in the blood, being nitrogenous "stripped" last, especially in a young establishment, I was accustomed
barracks !I"
,while the carbohydrates i nclude heifer, although it is well not to neg- mornin@i.c over it unattended either by
"Yes. I stationed here some
starch,, woody fibre, sugar, etc., and lect the matronly cow in this respect.I "keeper" or the orderlies, and was
derive the name from the fact that have known serious accidents happento was I molested or spoken to years ago with my regiment.

they are composed '(no matter in heifers in traveling, from neglect ef ; save once, and that upon "Well, this door" (pointing toone

what form we possess them) of carbon, handling and haltering at an early age, io I have elected to call. which was close to us) "leads down to avery

hydrogen and oxygen. ,Fat exists and bulls to become permanently and an Inch of my Life," short passage to another exit opening -

in plants, also, but in small quanti- ungovernably vicious from want of at- the afternoons, when the patients on to the Denes."

ties.. Ash relates to the mineral sub tention and the herdsman's frequent not indoors, it was my practice to He was now all ears-every nerve

,. stances, which supplies the bones and companionship. But in all these very every part of the building strained to hear what I had to tell him.

tissues. necessary "handlings," I would forbid it sanitarily. I was doing so "Here, take this key." I put into

As the matter which is appropriatedby the use of the stick. Both heifers and upon a certain winter's day, his stretched-out hand one that I hap-

the animal is composed of these four bulls are amenable to kindness judici- ,at a curve of a corridor, I came pened to have in my pocket; I forgetto

substances protein, carbo-hydratef, ally exercised. 1 never knew it fail, upon a patient leaning gloom- what it belonged, but I knew that

fat and ash-it is at ,once apparent even with animals neglected until they one of the pillars. lie was a it would fit no lock inside the asylum.He .

I. that, in order to feed to the best advantage I were half grown, and consequentlyvery soldier of the Forty-fifth or grasped it eagerly, and at the same-

some consideration must be given excitable and wild. Cautious approaches Foresters, a rfct-ntadmission, time dashed the paving stone on the

! the character of the food allowed, and with firmness and gentleness, whose phase of insanity was some floor.
instead of feeding indiscriminately, will enable a man to get perfect control puzzling the head surgeon and "What then, sir ?" he asked in less"excited

certain quantities proportions must over the most shyprovided that tbe stickor Without entering upon details tones.

be used.! Many valuable experimentshave still worse,the boot, has not already merely say that we had doubts "This. With my pass-key I 3haH

been made for the purpose tf cawed a lifelong dread of all mankind. his case, and had commended let you into the passage. Grope your

testing grains and fodder, in order to -Lire Stock Journal. removal from the asylum to the way for a yard or two down; feel for the

estimate their value for feeding, aId CORN P'ODDER.Wben the farmer of his friends. :Meantime, how- lock of the outer door; open it with this

we are gradually arriving that pointat has stored up the ears of corn in his he was to be closely watched, and key, and-escape."

which the aid of investigations will bins he has laid by only two-thirds of tools or implements put into I "You will tell no one that I am gone .

be used in order to feed animals according the feeding value of his erop. The !. How he had managed to t -take no steps to have me caught? Remember -

to age, period of growth and weigLt stalks that bore his com hold another the vigilance of the orderly under this : If I am brought back I'll

of carcass. For instance, by the use third. Yea, the stalks or corn fodder, surveillance he had been placed, murder you."

I of 100 pounds of ordinary hay the supply as it is called, is worth nearly or quite to be where I met him, was one of "Mathews, if you escape by the-

!, of digestible nutriment will be a one-half the grain for feeding stock things I never understood. But so method I pointed out no one shall know

fraction over five pounds of protein, Governor Boutwell estimates tbe valueof ?. it." ,.

forty-three pounds of carbohydratesand his fodder at one-half tbe value of he saw ice his melancholic de "You are the soldier's friend: he

about a pound of fat. While only his hay ; that is, if hay sold at $20 fodder ceased ; he advanced with rapid replied. "Let me shake hand with

a pound of protein can be extracted from was worth $10, and for every ton of toward me, and I saw at a glance you, sir."
t the same quantity of digestible material] fodder,used he sold one ton of hay. Dr. he meant mischief of some sort or I did not feel happy when I found my

!n marigolds, with ten pounds of carbohydrates Sturtevant estimates his fodder at six- ; for every muscle of his body palm wrung within his ; but I quickly

and no fat. The difference tenths the value of his hay.; that is, trembling with passion, and on opened the door alluded to, and without -

between the nutritious matter of hay when he sold his hay at $22 his corn feature of his face was pictured the least shadow of suspicon he-

and mangolds at once enables the stock- fodder brought him in cash $13.20 a 'of a demon. I confess that fear entered immediately. Once he was

breeder to discard the :mangolds altogether ton. Yet so many farmers ignorant of over me. What was this maniac fairly in I pulled it to with a bang which

I or use a leas quantity of hay and its true value regard it only as a necessary'evil to do ? But to show apprehen shook the very walls. He was inclosed

I supply the deficiency with mangold and waste it or even bum it. I would be fatal, so I faced him in a bathroom.The .
of substances be used It should be cared for when
Any husking and exclaimed : ""Hollo: Mat- strain of excitement over, reaction -'
provided they are fed proportionately t o time comes with as much certainty as what are you doing here Why came on. I felt sick and faint,

j' value, the object being to neither havean the grain. The few who hive large bares you not in the airing-grounds with and knew no more until 1 saw one of
excess nor deficit of any substance and only moderate fields of com can ?" the officials and my servant stooping

that enters into composition of the : stow it away loosely in their barns, but turned a wild and flashing eye over me. The former,going las rounds,

body.What this method is not generally feasible. me, and glared like a wild beast. had found me lying on the door, and as
is given in shape of bulky To handle it easily bind it near the he howled out rather than said : soon as I came to my senses 1 told them

material, such as hay and straw, can middle into mall, compact bundles, me out of this !" what had happened, and steps were
be found in grains which posse tying with rye straw or tarred twine.
also do you mean ?" I replied taken to have Mathews so watched
nutriment in a more concentrated form. After a dozen or so are tied set them up if that in future would
possible, to gain time, and paving stones
Using wheat straw as compared with carefully in shocks. As soon as possi- that presently orderly might never again be in his possession. I

corn, the straw contains about three ble after husking carry them under and relieve me from the terrible took care a'so never again to perambulate -
poundsof protein to the 100 pounds,whi'e sheds or into barns, or have them rickedor in which I stood. the asylum without my orderly

corn contains over ten. It is necessary, stacked convenient 4to the barn or .. me out :" he repeated. "I consent.-Chamler's Journal.

therefore, to lessen the supply of straw cattle-yards. The great essential is to been too long in this vile place. I -___..._
and add corn to complete the proportionof keep them from being washed and to rejoin my regiment to
portein; and as the straw contains bleached by the rains. By exposure. old mother, and Mary,;my see sweet-my -A New York lady started for the
fibre whichis the carbo-hydrates the nutritious Mountains with an outfit of thirty-
about 40 per cent. of crude partsare Why am I here ? I am not
almost useless, while corn contains changed to fibre. Dr. Lawes is authority I like the others. God knows that. nine trunks. And she wouldn't speakto .

r less than 2 per c nt the waste in,the for the statement that dried you. But if I am kept much her husband for a whole day because

1 system is much less from the corn fodder loses nothing but the water in i I shall be stark, staring he complained of being dea-bitt t,

: The straw, though containing less fat, the drying. Therefore, its value is I me out, I say!1" mad through carrying her poodle ic Dis
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9 W' '_., -OWER. :6.- I: shalL-not" 1". I said firmly .to. my- by :> baby's':cradle and wept unrestrainedly j Home Economies. I stir well, melt, and four parts of yellow

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enter constantly melting..
Wind, and.thou hwildBt 'FOR WASHING BLACK OR NAVY !
,J', T er 10 softly in the room :: ; At the.tea-table'that eveningwe.discussed "After all,", I thought; "is it not BLUE .LINENS PERCALES 'ETC.-I This I mixture while warm is added,

.,, .0 J 0 I fit tboald know it, .a 'Tariety,,ot.;.topics..,baf both natural.that Robert should not care to Take two potatoes, grated into, ( tepid I I with constant stirring, to a melted mixture -

.hottldfeellt I11btle would, reveal It..AD4 avoided aa if by common consent, the have his child given so common a nameas soft water (first having peeled and I of fifteen parts fish oil and five

wing iglory round the centre one subject nearest our. hearts. When :Mary ?And what right have I to decide parts of tallow, and the whole is agita-
washed theml) into which put a tea-
,lit would lighten up the gloom., ', the meal was over, however,and we sat.I without consulting him what her tated until it has congealed. The mass
would surely guide me of the
heart spoonfull ammonia. Wash goodsin
ADd LoYe'lleoonde6i bt jrowide me, .1 together near out,,little one's :cradle,. name should be? Oh, if he would only is applied to old belts upon both sides
this and rinse in
cold blue
JSinid the crowd to find\ t.J. Robert commenced! :, come !I" in a warm place, and when the belts are
blind I Starch will not be needed, and, if at all
Jf I were \ "Well; Esther, have you found any I took baby in my arms and went to in use from time to time upon the 'I'
thou practicable, they should be dried and
IIi were deaf and hadst spoken name this afternoon that pleased you ?' the window to look for him. Then I remembered other side. By this treatment they become
I had known ironed on the wrong side.
IrB should thy know it, I've been thinking -the matter over, his pale face at dinner. very durable.-The South. I
It is said that an infusion of hay will

would iDglubtlewould feel it. reveal it, andl'veceme.to the conclusion that "If anything should happen I should preserve the colors of buff linens; -Some interesting: relics of antiquitywere

be broken ,. Laura and Evelyn suit me very well- never forgive myself I said.
the seal at once lately'received at Berlin from
Ana undertone. Laura an infusion of bran will do the same
Loses liquid Evelyn Spencer. How do you At last I heard his the Mayence. consist of
'SLf other ttranger voices, like it?" footsteps on for brown linens and prints.To They the remainsof

'jSXthe world B discordant noises,- stairs ; I laid baby down and just' piles belonging to,the bridge which
., wberesoe'er thou art. "I like both names well enough,"- I WASH PRINTED GOODS which
TObper, rushed to meet him. once led from Castle to Mayence, and
.| uLre ch my heart! answered "but have a black ground with a white
I coldly there te
i> only "Oh, Robert !" I cried, as I" threw which is proved to have been in use fifty-
dead. and thou shouldst venture, one name for our daughter, and.that I pattern : Dissolve two ounces of red
ill were arms around neck "name her three before the Christian
I my years era.
coffin where lay, chromate of three of
.Bear the have told you. It .is mother's potash, ounces
hhouJ4 know it, my Laura or anything you please, but, do The pieces of wood are trunks of vari-
name as know Bobert and I common salt and two and a half ouncesof
Tihonldfeelit, you ,: let us love each other again." ous trees, including oak, elm and white
BnmMhing subtle would reveal it. have always said that first daughter sal-soda in a wash-boiler of water
my He kissed me in silence and then and red beech. Internally
look of mildest censure they are
And 110 heated to boiling point. Put the dress
should be mother's namesake
Sit upon that face of clay. < my went into the parlor. In an instanthe quite sound. At one end there are
Sonldrttboukissme, conscious BashesOfIAYe' but I never dreamed that would feel into this hot bath for five minutes, and
you came out bringing with him pieces of iron. Some of the wood is to
.fire through Death's cold ashes my
turn and stir it. Then washit
so about it I continued to frequently
Would give back the cheek its red. ready cry, father's wedding gift-a large family be devoted to the manufacture of a
UI were dead! yet keeping the tears back by a great thoroughly in clean water. The
bible. piano case. Prince Alexander of Hesse
Josephine Pollard,in the.C r.tnrj.. effort. black ground will not be dull and ,
He opened it, and turning to the has had some ornamental pieces of
"If mother not Es- "foxy," and the white portion of the
'. '.' your was living, family record, pointed to a line under furniture made from oak discovered at
ther 'there would be some .reason for goods will appear perfectly bright and
Our First Difficulty. the head of births. It was this : the spot referred to, and these articles
,fe' clear.
your feeling so, but as it is-" Mary Evelyn Spencer, born May 18, he has presented to his son, Prince

been married "If my mother was dead, I would EDIBLE AND POISONOUS MUSH '
Bobert, and I had 18.i3."I. Alexander, of Bulgaria.At .
,. not much about it for it then The stem of mush-
in care so ROOMS. a genuine
I before we seriously disagreed: wrote it this noon, he said.I .
that time could afford her no pleasure." I cried. room is short, thick and white, marked Gaudenfrel, Germany, the artist -
mything..OUT life during cannot tell what happened next,
"If it but : I under the head with and glass-spinner, A. Prengal, of
were any name Mary, a prominent ring.
bliss for 1
bad not been a season.of perfect really do not know ; but I have
would consent, even though it did not The head is white and regularly con Vienna, has established his glass business :
it had
some would have but we certainly seven children since then and
IB said Robert. "Come Es- the bent inward the offering carpets, cuffs, collars,
please me, vex, edges are ,
I think
!lad been nappy-as happy, as they have all been named without the
ther, be reasonable; there are so many least of flesh is white and firm, the under leavesare veils, etc., made of glass. He not
trouble between their
can be before reaching paradise, particle
ID1 pretty names, and Mary, besides being deep pink, and separated as they only spins, but also weaves, glass before -'
and when our baby come, it seemed as i father and mother, and closing this
so common, is to me the very essence of approach but do not touch the stem. the eyes of the people. The other-
full to overflowing. little account of our first real difficultyI
hoar cup was I
plainness." When the mushroom old the net- wise brittle glass he changes into pliable -,
We were living Kansas, far away 1 thank God that I am enabled to de- grows '
But my mind was made up and I like shape changes; it becomes brown, threads, and uses them for making
from both Robert's relations and my clare it was not only our first, but our
would not listen. flat and scaly. The under leaves also ,I good, warm clothing by introducing
had not therefore as is last.
:We ,
on. 4'She is your daugh ter, as 'well mine : turn brown. It is better when eaten certain ingredients, which are his secrets -
the case a host of aunts unhand .
generally -- ----
cousins to that the child Robert," I said, "and, of course, you young. Spurious mushrooms have and thereby changing the entire

urge will name her to suit yourself, but tome Sanitary their heads covered with warts and nature of the glass. He makes white
named to their
iboold be she can never be any other than other membraneous substances, which curley glass muffs ; also, ladies' hats of

fcncy. So it came to pass that our what I have said." How to Preserve and Restore adhere to the upper surface ; they are glass, with glass feathers, which are
months old before
baby was' nearly two Health. lighter than real feathers. Wool madeof I
How conversation would have heavy and spring from species of bulb ;
,the subject had been debated. our Caroline Mubelbach of St. Louis
glass, it is said cannot be distinguished -
they generally grow in bunches. When ,
how well I remember it ended I cannot tell, but fortunately for 12 of died of blood !
day ,
:'Bat one years age, poisoning, the mushrooms are doubtful sprinkle a from the genuine article.
Robert said as he tossed her in his both of us, it was interrupted by callers caused by wearing tight shoes.
Glass is a nonconductor and the time
who spent the evening with us, and for little salt on the under or spongy part.If I I e
urns for a final good-by before returning and its -In Cleveland, a piece of lime whicha it turns yellow they are poisonous, if may not be distant when it will cause a
the time being our dispute cause
Jto the store, "Esther, don'tyon boy carried in his pocket, was the black they are good. revolution in dress materials.
think it's about time this maiden were forgotten.At .
cause of his death from blood poisoning. I -The measurement of temperature
of ours had a name of her own ? Wile breakfast the next morning the -To HAVE NICE HARD BUTTER for -
TUE TREATMENT OF FLESH-WORMS. is, as we all know, of extreme impor-
the table in summer without the use
was asking me this morning what subject was not once alluded to in even ,

we hid decided to call her, and I told the most remote way, and at noon and -The black points flesh-worms,or come- of ice, put a trivet, or any open flat tance in various chemical and manu-
done, which are found in the face facturing operations. The ordinary
thing with legs in a saucer put on
her it the
him I supposed we thought good in the evening was same.
and especially near the nostril, are not this trivet the plate of butter, and fill mercurial thermometer will answer for
enough. without a name, for we had Another day came and went, and
at all produced by the accumulation of the saucer with water; turn common every purpose within certain limits;

never spoken about it." still another, and yet not a word was the particles of dirt and dust, as has flowerpot so that its edges shall be but when it becomes necessary to meas-

"Mr. Wilson's child was named before said. Our table-talk was no longer generally been believed, but by pig- within the saucer and under the water. ure the melting point of different met-

he was a week old, so I don'tYolder the pleasant pastime it had once been, mentary matters, which is soluble in Plug the hole in the flowerpot with a als, or the heat given ,out by different
that he thinks us rather tardy. for found it difficult to sustain a :
acids. The following treatment has cork, then drench the flower-pot with forms of furnaces or lamps, the ther-

said L conversation on topics of minor inter- been recommended: Kaolin, 4 parts; water, set hi a cool place until morning, mometer must give place to an instrument -
"Well, what shall it 00, Esther? est while the one subject which en-
glycerine, 3 parts; acetic acid two or if done at breakfast the butter 'will of another form altogether.

Bosmond or Rachel? Bridget or grossed our hearts. and mind was parts, with or without the addition of be hard at supper time.A Hitherto no really satisfactory instru- J

Joanna? Kate or Arabella ? Or tabooed. small of etheral oil. ment has been for the exact
I a quantity some FEW DROPS OF OIL OF LAVENDER produced

talent .you thought of the matter "Behold how great a matter a little With this pomade, cover the parts affected will save a library from 'mold. measurement of high temperatures ; III

jet?" fire kindleth"! As day after day I in the evening, and if need be One drop will save a pint of ink. but Professor Talt at a recent meeting ,

"Ourchhild's name was decided to passed away, and the week drew to a during the day. After several days all of the Royal Society of Edlnburg,"
To REMOVE T..uAn excellent
my own mind long ago," I answeredand close, a heavy weight settled upon my the comedones can be easily expressed ; I stated that from experiments he had !
wash to tan is made of sliced
then for some reason I cannot ac- heart. My husband appe.ued a different most of them even come out by washing remove made with those rare metals, iridium
cucumbers soaked in milk and
count for, I hesitated, though I cer person to me. It seemed to me the parts with pumice stone soap. applied and ruthenium, he believed that he i '
to the face. It should
tainly had no idea of what was to fol that"a great gulf had come between The same results can be obtained, by nightly would be able to form from them a f
not be wiped off, but left to dry on the
low."Well ts ; even baby, who before had teen bandaging the parts affected for a long standard thermo-electric couple which \
face. In the wash in lukewarm
let us hear it. It is something associated only with the purest, deepest time with vinegar, lemon juice, or would answer the required conditions. ,
and let it be rainwater if
exDaordinary I nothing less seemed changed. I could not acidsact water, '
suppose; joy, diluted hydrochloric acid. The -Chambfr+ Journal.

wonidsuit cur darling." take her in rcy arms without thinkingof like cosmetics, as they transformthe possible. .

"It is Mary," I said. what 1 choose to call my trouble. black color into a brown and yellow

"Mary surely must be joking. It was a lovely, Scientific.The .
you Friday morning shade and destroy it gradually alto- The Balance of Trade.

You can't mean it, Esther !1" sunshiny day ; but it seemed to rue the : gether. *
I asked the blood rush- whistle of a locomotive is
"Why not?
dreariest ever sun rose upon."Whowould A Statement That Makes a Favor

,ing to my face involuntarily."So think Robert could be Pious Sentiment. beard jGO) yards, the noise of a train able Showing for American Com

: 2800 yards, the report of a musket and
for merce.
you have a Byronic passion obstinate?" I said to myself. as I !,
that the bark of a dog 1800 yards, the roll of .
the name of Mary. Well, I must, ac- little one to ?leep. An every day religion-one

bowledge that I am entirely free from.it rocked my loves the duties of your common walk ; a drum 1100 yards, the croak of a frog The Chief of the Bureau Statistics,in 1

But seriously, Esther, you cannot Just before noon our pastor called. and that maki an honest man ; one too yards, and a cricket's chirp 800 his first monthly statement for the cur- i

thihk of calling our daughter by that I was so ill at ea!!e that it was with that accomplishes an intellectual and rent fiscal year of the imports and exports i

name?" dift'.culty that I sustained my part in moral growth in the subject; one that yards.It is stated as a fact,and is a matterof of the United States, reports that i

"But I do think of it," I responded the conven-atioE. 1 suppose he noticed if works in all weather, and improves all study for scientists, that the com and the excess of the value of imports over

"and I cannot imagine what objection my agitation, for he inquired instantI opportunities, will best and: most health- vegetables planted in the path of theC exports and of exports over imports of :

IOU can have, for almost everyone I were well as usual For him an all. It ly promote the growth of a church, )clone of May 12 will not grow. Farmers merchandise was as follows : :

agrees that there is no sweeter felt. half inclined to. .till and the tower of the gospel. along the line of its travels in Morgan Month ended July 31, 1883, excess of
name." seemed as if it would De A to CHURCH MOORINGS.-An old sea county, declare the statement to be imports, $4,4GOog9: ; seven months

My husband's face grew dark. open my heart to some one: but a feline J- captain was riding in a railway carriageand true, and say that com and potatoes ended July 31, 188.1, excess of exports, i

of pride retrained me. a young man sat down by his side. planted on "cyclone ground" will not $41,616,4:50: ; twelve months ended ,.
"Any Esther
name ebut that, ; you Robert seemed unusually silent at where July 31 1882, excess of exports $107-
He said: "Young man, are you even pprout. ,
might as well not the child at all.
gully a name of size in theeountry dinner, and I fancied he was looking going?" "I am going to the city to -It is a curious fact that in the salt 37U,23ti. The total values of the imports -

family any its pale and ill He ks:ed tie: baby, but live." '"Have you letters of introduc- mines of Poland and Hungary the galleries of merchandise during the twelvemonths
but has
members. But I a can't Mary among talk anykmger did cot toss her in the air and play tion ?" "Yes," said the young wan, I are supported by wooden pillars, ended July 31, 18S: were$714-

> with her as te generally Jid ; as for and he: pulled some of them out. which are found to last unimpaired for 236,71'J, anti for the previous twelvemonths
now I shall be late as it is.
,Look ; myself every word I spoke cost me an "Well," said the sea captain, "have in of being impreg- $7:18,0-21,773, decrease of $23-
in the and find something ages, consequence
dictionary, When Robert Lad gone, I took 78- ,0.; 4. The values of the of
that suits and tell me at ffort. you a church certificate? "Oh, yes, nated with salt ; while pillars of brick > > exports

twu". you, rnv little girl in my arms and rocked replied the young man ; "I did not sup- and stone, used for the same purpose, merchandise for twelve months ended

Andhe andhs her to sleep, tten I threw myself in pose you desired to look at that." crumble away in a short time by the July 31, 1S53: were $821G1.VX; ; and
kissed both and me I
baby brooded
my chair again, and silently "Yes," said the sea captain, "I wantto decay of their mortar. It is also found for the twelve months ended July

I gone. over icy taaLai-pme*. It seemed to me I see that. As soon as you reach the that wooden pilesdriven into the mud of :31,182:: J742,12!y83, an increase ofI.ONDOX I
can hardly tell you what my f el- would be a luxury '
1IIp hours of -hats good hearty cry j city present that to some Christian salt flats and mar>he> last for an unlim- S70,4Sl 1,;6'2.
were during the long I would ,
that afternoon. that in which 1 l had determined church. I.am an old sailor, and I havebeen ited time, and are used for the founda- September -The returns
is my
It true
huSband before a'.--ndulfft.: up and down in the world ; and it tion of brick ami stone edifices; and the Uued by the Board of Trade show that

!is and I had differed The time IaaSet! slowly away, and I is my rule, as soon as I get into port, to practice of decking timber after it has during the month of August British r
matters but
it li been of comparatively taste and opinion easy, to began to wonder why baby did not fasten my ship fore and aft to the wharf been seasoned, by immersing it for imports increased compared with that

1ield then. My child's name however wake. I west over to the cradle. Her although it may cost a little wharfage, some time in sea water, is generally month in last year, by 3,100,000, and

was a different matter. I face was lush, and I thought her rather than have my ship out in the admitted to be promotive of its durabil- that the exports during the same: period
"What if
.eou1d when breathing very unnatural. stream, floating hither and thither decreased .C1';!.too.>
not remember the time I cried and jity. _.
darling should lie ill ? I with the tide.'* -
I tad not looked forward to call my our heart What if -To make a rubber lubricator for .
I then with a chill at my 1 .
Oldest daughter by the name of I should take from us the cause belts, five parts of india rubber are cut -A New Jersey lady waded out and f

Kary. My doll-babies, one and all God ?" -love laughs at locksmiths, but it'' fine and melted together with five l arts pulled in her husband, who was drown- -j:

*+4 been called by it. It was dear tome : 0:Atttatthought out dispute a great revulsion of never laughed at the latch of a front |I of turpentine in an iron, well-covered ing. As usual she grabbed him by the ..
above every other name-and now over roe. I knelt down gate when pa was coming with a club. 1 vessel ; then add four parts of resin, hair.

C1'e it -"Never, I cannot and, ie+ling tam .Ii i

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,Jacksonville Herald: Cut'D. H./Elliot -- msCELL.\ EOUS. r 3IISCELLANEOUS.1QRflDAM : -_I .__
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knows probably !1.* much of {Je orange -- -

crop of this State us A1Ybud.r within its

y limits He povs a ,a peculiar knowledge I ?

of.the subject, biiag iatiuaiely connetted SSI'SPIILS

.with the transportation of the

bulk of the fruit Hence his opinion is

entitled to gre.tt cta.ileration.; Last year ff } 1' W RICH BLOOD, ORGANSThe

the crop of merchaatable oranges amounted And'will completely change tlio blood in the entire eystem In three months. Any perp -
to 50,000OW' or about 33',1.1"1'1 boxes health,If inch a thing be j.o*n.I.l.or curing:reuiale ComplaluU these Pill have no
containing 150 each. Col. Elliot estimates aqua!. Ityslclaiu use<< them in their prnctlCO". Sold everywhere,or sent by mail for Best and Most Popular Organs
the crop now in sight at 102/JOO.OOO, or 25....la .tamp*. Send for pamphlet. I. :'.JOHNSON & CO. BOSTON, BIASS. 'now manufactured.

650,000 boxes containing 170 each,"the .

oranges' running lea in size than those. of I, DIPHTHERIAht will posiUvil- FIRST-CUSS in Tone. j',
last that will urn

season.MISCELLANEOUS.: a taoajcut FIRST CLASS in Workmanship. Y

ANODYNE LINIMENT: Gu "dli; FIRST CUSS in Material. '
ARRIVALS& DEPARTURES OFVAI1..g.From BetnJrla.lnAueua&re Lntt itinhtibgattheLnnr+,nIcDOUIeIIftJoJWk1Dj'oagl1. s>tiWbOOPlflSLWb.
Chnote Q.ronj 1aarnccL3hrouicLywnh.ry.Cbolera3lorbusKHneyTYoubteLDlaeaae: of tboSpae '
JUwnmaUnn _
Enterprise TitusvUle.. and Lame Back. Sold crtrywlnre. Send for pam.i.lct; to I.S.Joustoa .t Ct)..Bonox JUaa. FIRST-CIASS in Everything. ,

Leave Enterprise Monday Wednesday nil well-known fact that cxut of the
Friday at 5 a.In. Hone and Cattle Powder Sl.W in tbUccontnr MODERATE in Price 4 A
Arrive at Titusville Monday Wednesday YOosd1110a wasthlat Shtri.lur* M A KE HENS LAY -
an>l Friday at 9 j>- nu Pomder ii ahlut Leave Titusville Tuesday Thursday and Ya7' Talnable. Nothing on earth WARRANTED for five Years. .
Saturday at 5 a. in. will make hew 17 like Sherldua'rt Condition Powder. DtICM one teasyounftd to each pint __
tiod. Sold eTerywtiere. or sent br ruin for S5.ill ltampS. L S. JOH-MUX&Co.Banov.iUsd.
Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday
Thursdayand Every Organ our manufacture Is not only warranted for five
Saturday at 9 1'.Jn. teed to give perfect satisfaction in every particular. Our factory iTonei"la enai* *
From Daytona to Titusville. WALTON, WH.L\.NN & CO., and moat complete in the world,and all of our work Is strictly ilrst-class. We the al,largest. Lira
a full line of tao leading Pianos)and can Inrniib any style at the lowest
; Leave Titmsville, Monday, Wednesdays market puce 1 .
and Fridays at 5 a.m. '. -We aredesfrous of
and Arrive Saturdays at Daytona at Tuesdays Thursdays, P QW BRANt) AGENTS W'4111> ,onttheSouthandolferspecialtnducementstoDealert. Introducing our Ortlnill

Leave Dana,Mondays,Wednesdays,andFridays handling instruments. Exelu.lye&emtol'J'given ADd reliable protectIon men can make neney
na for catalogues and Information. gUaru1te. Arrive at Titusville Tuesdays. Thursday, Tree and Manure.
and Saturdays at 9 p.in. Orange Vegetable REFERENCES: Any Bank in St. Louis or Chicago. '

From TitusvJle to Eau Gallic.

Leave. Titusvillb Tuesday and Friday at PREPARED EXPRESSLY for tin- usf<< the fruit and vegetable growers, o( STORY & CAMP
5a.m.Arrive at Eau Gallic Tuesday and Fridayat Florida. It will, produce a heavy. but s >und and healthy growth on growing trees,
6 p.m. and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fmit. ,
Leave Eau Gallic Wcduc&day and Saturday IT WILL GIVE nursery stock :'.nd vegeu-bles a luxuriant growth and in the 203 NORTH FIFTH; ST. ST. LOUIS
at ArriveatTitusvlileWednesday 6a.m. and Saturday latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.IT MO.

Wilmington, Del. KEflinGTOE GUNS *!

1OOOOO MEN, Ask Captain AIcLcmiofthe sloop "Aynes" to(.IIill:! you a sacL of the WE HAVE THE

CHILDREN 'largest and Best Equipped Armory fa th World I

To read this advertisement and learn the ANDERSON, of Onnond. Agent for East and South Florida. TESTING FIREARMS. WE HAVE MACE .


Cheapest Place to Buy ,
Which have been adopted and an la use in EVERY QUARTER OF THE CLODS.REMINGTON .
.. Best Place to Buy. 1326.MANUFACTURERS .


We will save you money, give you the

the very selection best instrument dl"a1ith made you, please fairly you and in .,..... OUR HUNTING AND TARGET RIFLESHave

allow you privileges and accommodations :: .$ : .
which no other bouse in the Union will L : taken HIGHEST AWARDS at Internationtl Expositions, and PRINCIPAL PIUTTS k
,. .....;, : .' .,-= Lading M'id-i.
this -
do. This
we say; we guarantee.The ..' .
place of all others, to buy superb instruments .t'#" .r --- .'..,,,,,' '''' -..=..:- ,--.f

I at lowest possible-figures-, ,is at .$ -j/' l\EM.INGTON c ]I flS ::


OF Strength, Simplicity, Durability, Range, Penetration,

MUSIC HOUEE, Axes Hatchets Picks Precision, Ease of Action, and Rapidity of Fire.

I Savannah, Ga., and New Yorh. ,


Rome, Ga. Cobunbu*, Ga. NEW YORK
281 & 2S3 BROADWAY.
C/tarlotle, tf.: C. I GoMibcro, 2f. C. TINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS

I Meridian, JHi&. Jacbonritte, Fla. Of all sizes and prices from $5 to $)0. Also, Plowing Machines. ARMORY ILION N. Y.
ments.; rarmera Will receive valuable Information, catalogues, Ac., -
by writing, to the makers,
as at Savannah central Hon"c. Write us Property IVotlce.
or the House nearest you. COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York.PARSONS' For Sale !
PROPOSALS for making a road south of
Thirty acres, of land in the City Point Titusville and sl o for painting the Cuurt
PIANOS & ORGANS Hamim.ck. Splen,lM new galvanized Hou,.;o at Tituville will l>e reeeivcd until

t tPURGATIVE; IllS Wire Fence urouiul twelve acres. Five the first Monday in November 183, at

From the World's greatest Makers. Hundred young and b :llth)" Orange trees of the county Clerk's c'mmi"'ijonl'r Office in Titusville.+ re:enethe TIII lit right! :irl

", dwilleompteul.ehucethehino8i tSPentlrae ttenln three mOllthl. All, tn"l1 wbo tr\l1 ult.ONE PILL Forty fearing trees. IJeautiful River to reject any and all bid- Si.eviri'-.iioiM
Brought within the reach of all by our EACH NIGHT soon ONE TO TW'EL\ E N'EBGY.ma'" temlared toea bal\h.if Front.
11Icll. Six: for the
tbiaa po..Uo
lint above found
loPemntyamalaCoIDpluatebraPillshaveaopaal. .. acres a-* cane and banana work be thl"Clerk'
ITrntsoaa :
T.OW Prices and EASY Terms. Nine or sent b,awl I......lite iliitaml". teadforpamrLl-e. L 8.JOlDlSON th.m In III"" rnctlc. goldnrlwherr. may /
&;couw.rou.JiraaLA land there ::! Office, Titu villc.
Leading anlllclilble Makers. Over 300 : is in the !state.; Adjoining
different styles: and price No other thel.ind.'If the lIon Win. H. Sharpe. By order Board of county corw ;"Iim'
House in America offers'such ers, p. D. WESSON, Cluimut,
a magnificent -
BALTIMORE JOBBER jri x> opjx>unity for
line of fir.*t-cllS5 instruments. any Per A. A. STEWAM,
dickering, Luddeu. & Bate Anion, WILL CLEARLY SCiBST..tNTI.1I'E SIX ESPECIAL POIXTS OF EXGEI fist lIlac must be m ld. Titles perfect. October 3, lSg,3. 23 -l\v
Mnthifehek and Hallett & Davis Pianos 1'CE.
; 1st-It is the easiest Parties intending tu purcliase! can make
running Itl.1Jl'H i i"
Ires. + :LlwJlg:1s ; l1I.t,.
Ma:ou Jc HauiUn. Packard Orchestral, 3d-It is the most durable Ares made. 4th-It ,.illilu a; (gntl work :LoC prey any l'rt" t enquiries Dr. G. W. Holmes or Hon. Opened for the Season.

Palace, and Bay State Organs. made. 5th-It will tale legato keep it in repair than any pre. mllll' fith-LI"t t W. ]f. d..lrl'l". For term and further BsFA. man who is: interested iu his own
but not least) It costs less than any first-cli: s made.
yeses particular.addri'::! A. P. Perham Quit- welfare will be pleased to know that
ALt OX EASY TEIOIS. man Gi. or II. C. Perham City Point Fla.

iii. confer with Captain Peter Wright of ANDREW GIBSON
.,1 the fa-t tailing sloop "MM" who will Keeps: the finest oysters to IH fou:;.l in

Will soon be here and it's high time to Ihh: carry parties set; the property. THuxi me, ,
think of selecting; a present for :your wife. ---- AX1 J
be better or more pk-ianrc-giving: -
than a Piano or an Orglu.rite us, or Plain
and Fancy Cake made u. ".nU -
our nearest branch house for illustrated
catalogues, price lifts; and circulars giving En*.*ix* Jirtml(tlu'inj*i/n h-" ';.
fnfonaati'u. -alaable to intending
ionisers Also a fir: t-cLix-; Barber hhi.'ut'iU! u.
pal; ;, LlI.1 t'i arning against huubug .. "<
Dealers and llugu Makers, who are now -'
deceiving buyeis .hruugh flaming advertisements NOTICE.
and ials statements. We ex- Land Cilice at Gainc-svillc. FI.i.
l)''.-e such fraud;; tun)'. Head our circu- S; Fet 'er;'' September :H.-]s:"*,
lays carefully. duress NOTICE n hereby given that ti. 61owingnamed

Ludden & Bates Savannah Ga. settler has filed ::1'"t-.. ot l
his Intention
to make linal proof .: -i.:|'-
NOTICE. port; of his claim and that a.M :!'r'efwill
Land Qfllrc. Gainesville Fla." he made before A. _\. Stt-n at.. .'j fc.
Sept. 19 INSS. } circuit court Titusville, FI.l.I. ; -i.t.
NOTICE is her 'j hire ',iw t the fol day. November Cth 1>>S3 i-I/ P \'-
lowing-named sei*' >r has Jile :ulice f.f Comstock, of Melbourne, Fl.u. H. :,'.j.
his intention to nt.'u.e ilntl: proof in sup- for the vorth half of nortlnv.- 'tu..1.1
port of his claim and that: said proof will southeast: quarter of rthwi-r ',.i-i.
be mads before J. _i. McCrory. Probate 3S ter East.IIe of Section. 3, Township 2s.. ii-s-;
Judge d Titus rill tFla.. on Saturday, I I'IIIL.11jr.LPI1IA
November 10, ISS3; viz: George Idner names the follonuisrunu. .-c* t"prove ,
of Thomasville, Ga.. lid. 5.333: for the I SI lT LR MACHINE; his! continuous rc i.t\'l\'i' ui.- .,. :tt.i:! '
r> n t cultivation of said land viz ..I."ASsett ..!-..' .l.
south i of north:; 1 and northwest l 4jtnr s fS 1'a1L Tv'iY SlNe$1: lK TilE I.\RKET.. : :
Alden Holttm. ,, .'.': '-,
of northwest 4 "c tim 2G acid northeast \ Tho! :lIO\'c cut rcprc\'nt the most C. I! 'l'4i a
of north case i of". etioa 27, Tovrnehip 2S a ul:1: style for the people which we pop offs George 23 Damon: ni:Jfelboiini". }'I-! :
south, Range 37 cast. you tor ::hc very low price of 820. Remember L. .\. Rarne .,
lie names the flHcJwinneS5C5 to ; '-" '- I -rtdu not usk you to pay until- Renter LT. 5. 1.u(1 OIL'A .
prove his coiitlraoss residence upon and you l have aeon tLcmacluac. After having :
cultivation of .tH land viz M Black examine,! :t if it is ;
1 : : not all xve represent JAI :: :A p;BATTLES.
'-. Hosmer Alien, o: Gcorgir-, Fli., and I return i:. tu 4i3 at our expense. Consult Nc.aad P ,tPcwr'aluwyottbe.rreatSea?,.uortw
| Peter Wrigl.t aI George Damon of Mel jour wAreata and order at once, oT W.d.f Co MIiJlDY: at CA-A.Sp O&esu.ua!.HIP.IrH,U,S. N. A.u.-l'aTEArHfRS
for sent SL'Nharetiap. -
bourne. Fla. cifcalarr: and tertiaiuiiidh.
tt. J. .\. ;JAUMS. Register, All Sie Presses, Type ant, {I'.S:; ars' Supplies. Catalogue free. Atidres;,-CHAKLES:: A. Wood It CO., WANTED ". i

SB U. S. Land Oxce.I 17 J. iV.. DOI !.1S, 21'Fa11.1 :'TI'.EET,13.1LTIMOREMfi, :, 3tat.:1 Nt.17: 4'. Tell w ::,'.ruII St.. I'hiladelpLia) Pa. I' Steal >:ayyma.s .t.nra x..rata.
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; .. MEMORIES." .:. !Fay 7 means glrls- until by fee but to borrow money on the. dear, ",step' to 'liartn... one bred for racing but on trial not
;, -' WIlla. abe-vfonndnp.the., '/home circle by:old place, and now 'a villainous' only got a dozen found: speedy enough for the turf; a

t.'t.;.. ':BY 1. A5I1Kmr HELLY..0ft11 ....,<- with-jne? r-your aereice=ahe 'had so of home sort was coming due.. ... therest'of your class.that make the best of light driving

" :worn t T intellect down j&, _the heels "Never mind, dad," I said, horses for Vets' work as you can't kill

'AD. fa1s ythe's nlight"s't"P erIlliY' thinking up' .double-barreied names for along to supper',1 I'll get; you: out, I wonder the them by any amount of fair work.

f o.mmer the open casement_in. a. .flood of.cr i- the otherdozenythat; she:hand c my. jour fir'I : ? s been hew- -- breaking her.to harness she provedso

:-; laPPY birds without the shady christening over to>spa,: and pa xeyerlasttofly dont think pa realized at the him black on tractable and knowing that ,II mads
r1etae disgraced himself in my eatinationby I'm I did not that I -mine :help a
lee thron ute-and sure ', > up my. mind to keep her and can tell
: i1l m e mormng air with the richness | heartlessly-calling me Sis; never so much as'seen a hundred 'you she grew into my affections

:, of their song- wU.auTT absolutely nothing,but Sis. t lars in all my life together, for he means to make a way that none but horsemen ,can

" n,,went of blooming roses the murmur, If I had been. ,boy this! indignity, at .lowed me home contentedly, put the act. :. Now, understand. However I want to tell
, the bees, least there are'some'.: ; 'set up 'to be a
. *10ft and tenier sighing! of the oderousAL rbut wrongs head under the spout while. I you about her tricks and cunning ways.
-jjj, ; fellow creature
. lUJDDler thrift great that the only thing one can >conveniently and then, with his hand on my One morning .while having breakfast,
kow they the soul with a strange do is to forgive them I" Butt der went into the house and ate asks me help Jack
d lWeet delight, God I my stable lad, came in and said,
.i./make this dreary world,of eurs, more. though pa has been cheated of' his enough for two I The next day pa why "Master, do you know what Pet has

."-- beautifiil and_bright 1. bishops"and senators and things (poor .out of his head with a fever and I break every been doing ?" "No ; has she hurt her-
"heart in each moments a tender dear, he neverTdreams that sons of his him about the farm -so there I" ''
I":! f'tbe see prodding self ? "No, she was put in No. 3 box: I
a bit and then
udneli8feolJ, might have turned out farmers likebimaelf ,
,: mournful fancy in silence a stick in his hand and ta pain in last night as she had had a hard day rand I
.hen aishadeof ; ; only not half so Rood) the girls : back-POOr, dear pa! Of course, paw on my I bolted the doors as usual and this
,recollection of the past will have certainly made up his 'loss in know-
'Wbe. some : I first thing that suggested itself at morning after feeding her she startedto
mind .
do cries
to 6tout-
u if come it were a message born on the drowsywind. husbands. Indeed, pa seems to have I bedside was blood, and plenty of it, play with the bolt of the bottom door,
.' more sons-in-law than he knows quite. I'did saddle Calico and off to
t race Sid, and now pulled it back and walked into the I
, l lick. to.my sunny childhood_ today mymemories what. to do with-and as to grandsons der the mortgage man-but I villian." shoeing forge (almost every Vet in England I
, go have saved myself the trouble, for last before the keeps a shoeing forge for the
life I lived
the so
young "If
Ilhe again pure lone could only feed them vile creature wasn't at home ; so pitifully 'help- benefit of his customers), and one of

. t. 10Dg&gOf"i o Obs1n; ore sorrow:'.had furrowed_ + like chickens!" sighs poor ma plaintively turned the old man's head toward on the friendly the men asked me what I wanted done
" o'er my family sons-in-law but there at her when I told him she of
, brought the early snow-flakes which heart gets the ; came
frost my thin locks now. After that little business talk pa andI husband among them who had the principles, and her own accord, he said, 'she knows

thro'the mists of my foolish heart I had behind the barn I've settled in to spare-they don't seem to spare as tenderly as better than you what is amiss ; look at
'Dimly see mymind that the Browrs have got to thing quite as conveniently as raised in crime. that foot, the shoe is broken and one

"' jj other'sloed image and I upon'herHow I economize, ,and I mean to start with I even decided to- jug of water half is off ;' well, the men shod her and

knee'sweetly plars the warm smile upon the grand children by way of a noble "Say, young woman I" I from the spring, then she walked back into her box,

her sun-lit face, heaven's' reflected beginning. I am not a coward, but .the up for a pillow quite comfortable, as if she knew all
On) etch familiar feature "Now look here, ma," I say to the "
who has brought the cart and about it.
light I trsceAi&forherboyshe's he looks at me
dear old soul who is already swearing at I thoughts to such sudden halt Another time I
heaven and then as was driving her
breathing to i
i fervent prayer, me with> big anxious eyeS, like'a henwith like some great famished wolf contented happi- through a small country town after

!'JaUhe Lord might m..keher, darling his her feathers ruffled, "this thing there at Calico's head, that I dark some children ran across the road ;

JJbr ODe let especial thro' life care his;'footsteps. from truth .I has gone. on long enough, and I just from head to foot, and he sees it. you are only a right in front of her ; one fell and I '
honor stray; mean to hitch old Calico to the cart. "You needn't be afeard he I
and was badly seared, as could not pull up
But teach him e'er to.love his God His holy and dump of a grandchild at !
every scrap
will in a rasping sort of whisper. "I well but it does in time to save the child form being
obey. ,
his own lawful door-I do It's down- tie to harm if hurt however Pet broke
strength you, my .I've been trying her bearing-
Vr mother dear! no other' name- sounds, right'mean in the girls to impose on was good for murder-look at this. Even fath- rein, ana absolutely picked the child up

IfxaA half thy as sweet sainted as thine memory; leve's tendrillscloely'twinel us in this everlasting way-as if there His eyes turned toward his from under her feet, carried it like a

wasn't work enough of our own his right arm lies stiffly across it, the poor crea- dog 'would for a few yards, stopped,
scared ,(
the thee storms of years have
And my weary heart, with something that must be blood: : his best with and set the child down as carefully as if
The love I bear for thee shall ne'er thro' life "There, there, sis," interrupts ma, the fingers look like the flesh of a goin' fast, boss she was a nurse. You should have

depart!' pathetically, "they only mean to please man. not-touch heard the crowd cheer her, and seen the

"T e birds sing sweetly o'er. her and just pa"And I think he understands that I way she arched her neck and walkedas
above her grave a nice way they take to do it I IPa's for him for before if she had known all aboutit.
proud as
He willows in the sunshine their graceful sorry my lad," cries pa,
branches wave; an old man now, and after pinch- can jump back to its right place here A few days afterwards I had to
Ibere the sunshine and the shadows of ing and slaving all his live for us army he drops the reins and touches his wrong you I drive to a part of the country where> I

Letting yean me have in come sadness and and gone tears, to followon. of girls what right have they to keep gey cap. I feel it coming had never been before, and in coming

him pinching and slaving to the last? "I've been skulkin' in these have died out back got lost in the dark, as I could

peacefully she slumbers in the city of Ob,.you needn't look at me like that, woods Miss, nigh onto a week, except for not see the sides of the road. Well,

the dead," ma; dear; children, like good man. what with starvin' and the pain o' If don't i after a while I noticed the mare was
,Where the is springing lightly above you- j.
her peaceful grass bed; ners, ought to be found at home-hi, I'm most about dead played out." at me so like I. uneasy and feeling that she had found

Whileliitsallydreamingoer. mein'riee you,, Tom, Dick, Harry, etc., etc. ;" "If you will cut across the fields dog, that I lean II I out I did not know the road, I slackened -
of the past, and when at last I have packed themin
that farm house there I > the reins and said "now Pet
ind longing still to slumber with the silent over catch his dying I go
and the blest the wheezy old cart, and we go kindly, I am sure-for God mind-will you home ;" well, sirs, that mare turned

hippy' singing birds, this happy summer laughing, scratching and squalling pity him from the bottom of my you:0 my neck ? right round and went back nearly two

I, down the road, I feel like the -"I will see that you get a good -" miles, then turned into a narrow lane.I .
Sng on your careless songs! and sing my pied piper of Hamelin, only there'sno per." made sure she was wrong but let her
grief I pa, tenderly
away ,
Impart the sunny mood of thy little breasts hill with wide, greedy jaws, wait- "I couldn't crawl Jhere much you go to- go on, but she was right after all, as

tome, ing at the end of the trip-more's the walk, and my time for supper is she brought me home as straight as if I
Who lives but in the past and in a memory: money belong
-Eryn Mawr, Pa., HOME N.ws. pity!" for this world, I reckon." it had been broad daylight. A few

That sounds as.if Sis Brown was not I am so sorry for the poor, )- the dying man, I weeks after this, I had occasion to call
fond of children : but I really am, when den creature standing there in at while at a farm to see some horses suffering
Sis Brown's Fortune. pa,
they come like silk frocks and other occasional summer twilight, with the with his own from influenza, of a very contagiousform

luxuries ; considered as every woods all around him, and the "take .it back ; unluckily I drove Pet, and as l
To begin with, I am a young person day affairs, however, if I am to be allowed chirping sleepily in the trees-so tell them-that I I usual did not tie her but left her free

nib big bones and plenty'of them a preference between the two- sorry, and I tell him so. to-her-" as she was in the habit of standingstill

andldon'tcare a button if my hair isM why, give me the locusts of Egypt and He totters as I say it, and 1 am # without hitching ; this time she

I I have good reason to know thatI accept my grateful thanks. making up my mind that Calico and simple story followed me to the box door where the

am not considerable beautiful; that When I have impartially divided have disagreeable job before us, .. what the pa- worst case was, and being busy, I took ;

my nose, for instance but there's their howling household gods between he lays! one miserable hand on time pa would not no heed of her until I had examinedthe

tolly no need' for such distressing de the eight sisters who live so uncomfor- wheel and drawing his face of that $5,000 case, when I moved her and tied

!i- tably near, the sun is sinking behind enough for me to see the ghastly the bank insist- her up while I saw the other patients.A Ii

tails.My father, Peter Brows-the bet the trees in a blaze of glorious yellow. that want has seared there, cries business, I had few days after this,Jack, the stable-

fanner living-in all, Fa\rfax, be the There is a long road with many leafy ploringly : there it was, lad, came to me and said Pet was not

lead one whom7 he may-is the unfor- turnings, that Calico knows as well as "There's them that are hinting eating ; had left her breakfast and ;

tanate possessor of thirteen children, I, and while she dawdles along it with I my death ; for God's sake won't you tratett Newspaper. seemed very thirsty ; on looking at her ;

awry single one of them girls-and the languid elegance that suits us both, I me ?" I found her sick from the same kind of "
bottom of the life I have wanted to disease as the patients I had few
married ones, too, for that matter I Of sit, tailor fashion, in the All my Horses. seen a
OOUlSe, girls are all very well as far as cart, thinking, heedless of whip or rein.I man, and now the time has come days before when she followed me to

they go, but one gets too much of a read a story once of a devil-fish ; act like one ; I am rubbing have you got the box. Although I treated her and

good thing sometimes, and so when crawling over the roof of a pretty cottage .. down in her stall-pa and I being to me one day, gave her every attention she gradually ;.

Poor pa takes a notion to upbraid fate by some southern sea. I don't only men-I mean pa being the I was going my I got worse, and one afternoon I found i

because all his boys turned out girls, I suppose there was a word of truth in it : man about the place, we do this !i ; "a new ; she was dJ ing; as I petted her, she
must I since made a of thing ourselves-when the dear think of her :" turned her eyes on me with a half human -
say rebel against the decree that but, some way, ever pa
fellow hobbles down the in England expression of affection in them
condemns me to slavish frocks and clean breast of his troubles, I can't get ,
and his head in broke colts to put her nose on shoulder rubbed
fczzes. Most good folks sing out that that shiny black monster out of my way puts my ,
I should door. : best men in that the side of her head against mine and
they want to carry harps and be angels, thoughts night or day. say I
with wide seemed as if she wanted to speak it
"Sis he
hot I-if only I were Peter Brown, indeed, that a mortgage like ours was a begins, ;
"did meet a big fellow did she come made me feel bad, for she had been a
i isnior, and had a farm like pa I don't trifle the worst of the two, because eves, you
blame to fight it and the road-a dark chap with stables ; she is companion to me when on the lonely
ma, of course, but I really do there's only one weapon ,
think the even dozen ought to shave where in the world is pa to.get the first of bumps, and black, frizzled "My, she's a pic- country roads seeming to know all thatI
terrible three thousand ers ?'' eh ? Why if she said to her, nickering when I spoketo
ttented of that
her-and, what's more, I red cent I
I I I had not and said so. galloping her and returning in her petted
avi so, when pa and I get beyond the dollars ? If pa had only told me in I'' a race way
I have done something Well, he came by here about her for a all the caresses I gave her. As she got
tubduing influence of her eye-for time, ehaps might
1here's nothing trifling about ma's eye heoric with my poultry-a dock I some scamp who robbed a bai> me break her to weaker she straddled her legs so as to
When did grand things for history Richmond and got down to these money in that stand up, but at last she fell gave a sort
pa ma's love was young, grey.geese
IDd their future a rose-colored rose- once on a time-but no, he kept as i I with the money in his pocket 0, no ; I have of sigh or two and died. I was senti-
1ae t until I found it all bullet in his flesh. started him her, she is like a mental enough to have her taken out
Tve heard it dozen dumb as ,
pa say; a and no thanks toanjbody. the main road, I wonder you didnt much as a man, of the town where I lived, and buried
but when a girl happens to be out myself,
**ckled with a memory like a .bey's The way of it was : Ma started me him." is, Joe, she just instead of selling her carcass to the horse

*!*** upside down and the middle down to the meadow: one evening last "I drove around by the mill, slaughterers, however, after the lapse of
beauty she some years, I think I would do the j
meant by keeping ,
*here, and got that memory from week to see what pa answere4 quietly enough ,
her waiting, and when I found him I feel like a tornado : "but he I poised head usual same again.C. .
allow-s-anyhow supper B. BOSTOCK M. B. C. V. S..
barn there as quiet dad." the springy
gills got leaning against the catch scamp to-night, Veterinary Surgeon

benefit of it all in the way of mugs andeprl and gray as the twilight shadows, why, "Think not? WhyBecause ?" so alluring I

and names as fine as fiddles ; then I think the One who doeth all things I've got him snug in horse ; color, a -Kindness to the living is always i

there came such a disastrous lull in pa's well must have put it in my heart to barn!'* points, square followed with respect for the dead. .It I

'ttthusiasm that ma says, when he wake him up and tell me the matter. "Goodness gracious I then I'll would have gone is a most natural sequence, and is always ;

Jtntd up from the fields one hot noon There is no woman in all this big -n say in England commendable. But where a fussy ,

.*tf found out dear old twins waiting, glorious world so weak as Samson with Pa is making his way toward paint," and as showy parade is made over the dead, !

dead of his dinner, it set him so fran- his head shaved, and so he told me be- tice as fast as his weak legs I bought her to fill who when they were living, were treated I

SJkt' he threatened to bunch theJaote tween sobs-I don't ever want to seem let him, when I steady him horses that had with neglect and cruelty, it furnishes '

family together like a string ofIr.d. ) father cry again-how the big fam- the stable door and take away to sell her when the clearest possible evidence of Inten-
small earnings ; she was tional hypocricy. Posthumous kindness -
the cane.
.do a dark and deed. ily had gobbled up
.BIlt BU just J.ept on having her own and how at last there was nothing to do '"Dad," I cry savagely, "I adore weed," that is, only is a deliberate fraud. 1. I j jI jI I



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nei Fox did DOt'come up to I Hack & Freight Line J. C. NORWOOD & CO., H. )J. T. -

The oranges are splitting quite badly BEAD THIS Titusville and Salt Lake. STAPLE AID FAKCT( GROCERIES
account rains.
on of the recent heavy line of for Florida,
Or A regular conveyances, _'
-Our gale season is Dow put.for this Confectioneries, GR..Y. -
the transportation of freight and passengers D .
although it looked threatening Special Opportunity '
year, between the above-named places,with Fine Tobaccos and ,:'"

enough Iastweek. Ano RNEY-AT.LAW. ...
The recent heavy rains have raised safety .

the stage of water in the St.Johns for the I Connects with all steamers running to CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, LaGrange Florida.Win. .

entire winter.011.. SALT LAKE. Scott.Tltusvlue A.3h'rhruhe,
Wehave placed upon our Counters alineof LAMPS& FIXTURES Fla.gCOTT Santoni n.:.
-John Simonson baa the steamer For rates enquire of & THRASHER,

Ibis hauled ont and is overhauling and DISHES. AND GLASSWARE, 24tf E. H. RICE, PaoPBIETOR.PORTSMEN'S WOODEN" TINWARE.

putting her in running order. ALSOHOUSEHOLD ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
S EMPORIUM.R. Meal Corn Sanford : : Florida. :
-JoB. Baya is carrying the mails be-, GOODS C. SCROIGEOIJR, Mr.Scott Is now located atTUniville I I

tween this place and Eau Gallie for a few i & USEFUL NOVELTIES TO BE SOLD: Naturalist and Taxidermist. *-"Real Estate Law a speciality.,. *' '" '

trips in the sloop-yacht Anna.A .. t fairly settled my new store Hay -
CHEAP. cornet B. 31 A
street and Washington avenue C RIDER, .,-
large number of our friends from I will be pleased to show customers the following ',
In order to make room for the arrival of .'.
i lines of goods:
down the river have been in town and
HOLIDAY GOODS. BIRDS mounted in great variety. I Oats Etc.also ANDNOT6\RYPUBLIC.
in attendance at Circuit Court duringthepast ,
week. We cordially Invite an Inspection Sporting goodt of every kindor the men that Rockledge Florida.

ofTHE Moot and fish. Oiltton a tpecialty. agents for
-Kev. W. A. Simmons will preach at MINOR s. JONES.ATTORNEYATLAW.. ":'
Paints, Oils, Brushes, Hardware, TableWare ,
the school house }Titusville at 11 o'clocka. BARGAINSToo Jacob Reeds' Sons, .
Razors, Pocket Knives etc.
next Sunday, and at LaGrange at ( numerous to mention in this space,)
A choice line of Staple & Fancy Groceries. CLOTHIERS, t\ .
4 o'clock p. m. And are confident that the
ORANGE WINE, Home manufacture Titusvllle
Florid. '
-Richard Wright of this place has of Samples to be seen at store."sroTioisrs. .
LOW PRICESPlainly Vintage 1882,perfectly pure and exquisite

.. sold his yacht the Zelia, and in a few marked on the Goods will insure variety.bouquet. As Me of Naca old what and you Curiosities cant find in in great the M.E.. Elft.LISIJ.

days expects to have the little steamer other stores call on R.C. S. and you will bo
& SALES.This sure to get suited. 9yl Notary Public State at
Ibis running again. QUICK DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS, Large. .' ,,

'' La CHANCE seldom OFFERED, A. L. HATCH Affidavits drawn and all business entrusted '
The presentment of the Grand Jury to me promptly attended to.
and a visit to our Store will convince you Gents' Clothing & FnmMing Goods. Ofllcc
will be furnished to our readers next DEALER INGROCERIES March 1st 44 if. at Ills residence.

week. We could not get it, in time for of the FACT. Titusville Florida.

publication this week: Respectfully, J. M. Dixon, g F. GRAY.Watch -

-John McRae and Solomon, representing PROVISIONS,
well known Savannah houses Titusville, Fla. Maker and Jeweller.ALL >4.
DRY GOODS Dealer iu
were in town this week. They startedfor WORK WARRANTED.Work .
i W
Rockledge on Tuesday morning.A Hardware and General Merchandise Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, or orders left with P. E. Wager or at' ..
Post Office Titusville or with A. Bratty at La
skiff was found adrift in the riveron C. J. HECTOR.Hardware CITY POINT. FLORIDA. Fancy and Toilet Articles. Urange will receive prompt attention. Willta
March 8. 4wS in Titusville every Monday.
Sunday, the 21st inst. The owner Perfumery Dye-stnfls Paints Oils
can obtain the same at the residence of S.J.HODGES, OTTO II. Toss DR. B. R. WILSOX.
Gleucoe,Fla. Titusville 67 a. Varnishes brushes,&almost everything
Jas. Pritchard on Delespine Grant. and TITUS HOUSE kept by a first-class Drug House.

! Any drug, medicine or instrument Will continue the practice of MeUlciue In. _
-The water is now higher in Indian
, Titusville Indian River Florida.JEirTbe .
needed by customersand
River than it has been in several Titusville and vicinity, .
years. above First-Class not on hand, will be ordered.Prescriptions .
t w strictly a '
Only during the heavy gale of 1878 havewe General Produce Hotel pleasantly situated on Indian carefully compoundednight Office at J. M. Dixon's Urns StonA .

: ever seen it as high as at present River, 250 miles South of Jack- or day with accuracy and dispatch
-We were misinformed last week in MERCHANT, yule, Florida.To by competent persons. Iy36 .<;

I I regard to Mr. Metzger accompanying the Melbourne. the Sportsman, Pleasure Seeker and NEWSPAPER Visiting Dentist. "':
Florida. .
Invalid thisHou.se
presents attractions
i Cinderella to Jacksonville fireman. I
as November lath l&o. It 47 nowhere else to be found in. the South Sub"ea.lptlon'genc ". Makes frequent trips to Indian Kiver. ..
Capt. Moore has secured another man. ) Lake Worth. &c.

-Parties desiring orange wraps will dwell NORWOOD'SFast Excellent hunting vicinity.and Pleasure fishing in boats the immediate The undersigned having opened a P. O. Address. New Smyrna, Florida.

to send in their orders a little aheadof for Tourists always in at-
time. The medium size 11 x 11 will t ndlDce. .

I be sent in all cases unless another ize is The manager assures his Guests all the com be pleased to receive subscriptions Justice of the Peace and ,
fort of a home at moderate rates.
I specified.The. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND to any Notary Public State-at-Lurgc1. '

II Cinderella made excellent time The Cheapest and Most Direct 01T011. TOSS Proprietor. Periodical or Newspaper pubIi hetl. Alfo Commissioner of Deeds for the State of _

I coming up the river last Monday takingin ROUTE October 98 tf. -0-- PENNSYLVANIA.
Office at the Haul-Over.
consideration the foul condition of the NOTICE OF INCORPORATION
i' Save time, trouble and by applying -
ToTUu"'IIII..uullaulian expense
iKtttnm of the boat, which is covered with River.CAllIiYIXG Indian Hirer & Northern Transportation m JOHNSON COCKSHVTT.IVutarj .

barnacles.The TIn U. S. )(.\IJ... COMPANY.NOTICE to CHAS. H. XAUMAN, .

water between Enterprise and L -'C-- is: HEREBY GIVEX that in accordance Subscription Agent, Public Matc-af-Lurgr,

with the laws of Florida, we. Haulover P. 0. Brevard Fla.'THESLOOP and
I this place is so high that the mail did not county,
THREE trips weekly between the ST. the undersigned have'funned an associa Justice of the Peace.
I arrive on Monday evening until verylate. JOHNS and INDIAN UIVEKS.Loaves don to be styled and known as the Indian "AGNES "

The return mail was to have been River and Northern Transportation Court day first Saturday of each niontb.LA .
Enterprise EVEnontay., Wednesday Company for the purpose of construct commanded by GRANGE
carried to Enterprise on the steamer Fox. Florida.
and Friday Morning arriving at lu g. maintaining and operating a lUil-
-The Cinderella arrived here on Monday Tittisville the SASIE day. road from a ooint on Indian laver at or C:1I''rAN.fUIN McLEAN, LA GRANGE STORE .

evening. She had come to this place near Kock ledge} to a point on Lake 1'oi f 1- Makes regular trips on Indian River. ,
I 'I sett on the St. Johns river in Brcvardcomity. Always on hand a general assortment of
I and liockledge. to secure enough wood to ReturningLoaves Florida for the purpose of conveying SUE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OK

last her on the trip outside. She left here Titusville .:\"EUTUCStJ:1}..Thursday persons and property. Said roadto GroceriesDryGoodsLiln11C'l GOODS.

for the Inlet Wednesday at 8 o'clock a.mThe and Saturday: morning arriving at be three miles in length or thereabout -STRICTLY C\SII.- '\
Mixou ::). JONES.ALEXANDER Clouds, i.fi
New York Daily .1'eire says: Enterprise In the evening.-Address A. STEWART. E. L. Brady. vi.

William B. Moore, a merchant of Titus- W. S. Norwood JAMES ,MCCKOKY.. Hats, Boots and Shoes, January 1883 1 yr 36 .. '
Titusville September 21.1SS3. 22 3m. Ladies'Shoes in great variety Prints all :
vile, Fla., has been stopping with his TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ;
new patterns at low prices. ,
wife at the residence of his father-in-law, Notice. .0Clarl -

at Yonkers,for the past month. He left PRITCHARD&MAY, In the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit Readp-made' Clotting( Toilet ArticlesOTIOS. waist ALL tit .AILI. '

Yonkers on Monday morning to visit OFFER FOR SALE : of Florida, Brcvard County \ 13eaoootneolj6t; driti00twd' ,

this city, and as he did not return his To Win. B. Moore and all other person interested @-For the cash only

friends fear some accident has happenedto Business Residence Lots, : March 15,46 6m.PIONEER. .

him.J. and You are hereby notified that a writ of Florida!V Lan uf ture.
Dwellings in attachment has 'been issued against thc COOPERAGE. c

J. Tucker, who we made mentionof said Wm. B. Moore and his property has
Syrup Barrels $2.50. AMAZON PAINT WORKS.
last week as being under arrest for attempting TITUSVILLE.Also been attached to satisfy the demand of

to shoot Howell Titus, escaped! George F.Ensey amounting to the sum Gauged to order, ten cents extra. 11: J. BERNE,& CO.,
Unimproved Lots In of Two hundred dollars and interest
, from the jail on Sunday morning. He thereon from July 19.1883. C. O. B. manufacturers of the

had been tried before Judge Cocke, and Indian Now, theretore you the said lti m.11.
River City. Moore and all other interested Honey Barrels, and Oval WaterBreakers
sentenced to four in the State i persons
years pen AMAZON READY.
are hereby required to appear on or before
tentiary. He escaped through the window BfiyHave a large list of the first Monday the 4th day of February :

having secured by some means an a. d. 1884, the same being rule day From : : 2.00 : : Up. in all shades and ready forImutedlate .
Groves for said month, and plead to the declaration
instrument for Tanks *
out the
prying or
filed by the said plaintiff in said case I tt C. :t
iron bars. or attachment preceding and if he fails and all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. <

Hotel..Arrivals.... ON HIGH HAMMOCK & FM-CUSS to do so judgment will be awarded JOHNSON Specially Adapted For This Climate :< {

against the said defentalltccortin to and .
For the week ending Tuesday, October PINE LANDS law and the property attached wul be Grangc. : : Florida grinders ofPure ;
23rd, 1883. levied on under execution and sold to White
TITUS HOUSE. pay the said debt sworn to. Lead,

B S Nicholson, R A Hardee, Chas. -Which we are offering atBOT'TOM A. A. STEWART, LUMBER & Colors In Oil.

Hammond, B C Willard, H H Wilkinson Clerk of circuit court of Brevard Co. Fla. Will be furnished to order on short notice
,J Rockledge Fla H Titus, E H Rice, R W PRICES. Titusville, October, 22, 1883. 26tdIVotlce. Office and Factory,
at 818.00
Carlile Titusville; W N Hendry, Andrew per thousand.
No. 26 Ocean street,
Froscher, W S Norwood LaGrangeFla. PINE-APPLE LANDS LUMBER
In the Circuit Court Seventh Jutlidal SHINGLESAlways
John MeRae, S Edell, J Solomon, Circuit JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Savannah Ga. J M Sanders,J D Hatter, First Quality At Low Figures. of Florida, Bretmrd County. on hand. ItirSeml
W H Sharpe City Point Fla. T H Knight Henry Wilsonvs. for color card and price list.
St. Sebastian Fla. Several Large Tracts Of } C. MAGRUDER & CO.
W. B. Moore.Action: AGENTS anted w6'i Bib

FOR INDIAN RIVER. HEAVY HAMMOCK LANDS, commenced by writ of attachment S. RYDER. low.aw-ctc1.M price KrW.eea,; :J .. ..,.I. ...t-T .
,sum sworn to one hundred and for w &H. 1'.1..... .uroNb _
well adapted to ty dollars.To ROCKLEDGE,
HART & SIITR'SRockledge Wm. B.Moore and all other interested Has just received and continues to keep $100.00 A WEEK !

Line. Sugar cane,Bananas and Early vegetable : persona in: stock a full and complete stock of Groceries good We can active guarantee the above amount to
Also unimproved Lands in all sections Notice is hereby given that a writ of I Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps in i
The Steamer, "ASTATULA, attachment has been issued against the I great variety and General :Merchandise !
Will leave Sanford and Enterprise every of the county. said Wm. B. Moore and his property has of description. 111 Ladies the as well as gentlemen. make a. IIUCCt'1II
every Ask bUllncss.
for "
been attached to satisfy the demand of whatever : cry little capItal requirel
Tuesday for Eockledge, and will you may want. One Wehave a bou8holll article IL8 Italliblu 8fllonr. '
A FEW VERY DESIRABLE Henry Wilson amounting to one hundred price to all. Canned
leave Sanford and Enterprise for Salt and forty dollars. Goods of every description aspecialty.LUMBER It Hells itself : .

Lake and Titusville every Friday.RETURNING Homesteads Left. :Now therefore the said Wm.B. Moore not It U need used to every day In every family. You lo
explain Its merits. There L*a rich
and all other interested
persons are here ban-csUor
all who
embrace this golden op
Parties having money to purchase mortgages by required to appear and plead to the portunity. It costs you only one cent to learn
Will leave'Lake Poinaett every Wednesday will find safe investments on undoubted declaration filed in the above entitled Will be furnished to order on short noticeat what our business Is. Buy a postal CIU'l1IU1'l
at i p. m., and Salt Lake every security case on or before the 4th day, the first 818.00 tua and to full us and particular we will send you our pro: icc"
Saturday at 9 a. m. for Sanford. Monday, of February, rule day, a. d.1SS4 per thosand. Dressed lumber *

Prompt close connections made with --o- and if he shall fail to appear and from 820.00 to 824.00 per thousand. FREE :

1 daily line steamers for Jacksonville and Heal Estate placed in our hands for sale, plead as aforesaid him judgment will be entered LUMBER & SHINGLES you And have we know any idea you will of. derive Our reputation more good as than a
against to law.
all points North. exchange, or to let, will receive prompt according manufacturing company Is such that we can
t attention. A. A. Stewart, always on hand. not afford to deceive. Write to us on a postal
5, Capt. Joe Smith, Clerk of Brevard county Florida. foil and give your address plainly and rectiv-
3 tf Manager. Tituaville May 24.: Js3 1 t! Titusville,October 25, 1583. 26td P. M. FISHER. particulars. 21 ly.
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