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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: November 8, 1883
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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'.' ,STATE: NEWS.jj NEW RAILWAY MANAGERS. HON. SAMUEL. TILDEN.A Indeed, they have already wisely renewed OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.

their of re-electing to the Presidency -
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'. 11jofdoe at SamterriIle wu rob;: from Jacksonville TImes Union. PLEA FOR JUSTICE.BRETAXD purpose From oar regular COrrespondeDt.J'V

: t week of$20 worth of stampS. j.pILL OremiBC. Ow It,A.fBsti e Coawectio* ComITY, FLA., Oct. 1883. this incorruptible champion of A.SHIYGTOY, D. C., Oct. 27, 1883-
im Fena. their rights; whose is yet undimmed
Proper eye
Thompson has bought th| My name and station are so insignificant Washington is likely to have so considerable -
Philip The and whose intellectual
sale to Mr. Jerome Green,of Utica masterly force is
Democrat from Colonel Pendle? that, probably, I owe an excuse for a contingent New York society
; ;1fWei New York, of controlling interest Jn the rather ripened by experience than abated
eminent its residents this
this communication to those people among winter
. .. stock of the Jacksonville, 8t Augustine br age; who proposes and promulgates today
Koridians whose abilities assure them the that it chance to find itself insulted
may
bushels of peach stones were re- and Halifax River Bailroad Company the exact principle formulated by
gxty ,
prerogative of advising in great affairs. br being called a suburb of New York.
; aired at Hawthorne but week. They. and his election to the Presidency of that efierson and maintained by Madison,
"The minds of the people" I heard that Along its broad avenues and aristocratic
be planted for nursery. corporation is highly Monroe and Jackson.
1II'lIt a important event
distinguished jurist and Democrat, Judge .circles so many houses have been rented
: Qty Council of Fernandina has to every interest affected by that road's' : The temper and disposition of Mr. Til- '
'fte in direction to from that that
Cocke, say, 'commonly run one persona city, the Washingtonian -
reduced the expenditures of that prosperity. Mr. Green is not only a man den are marked rather with the severe at-
wel1 ; therefore, the opinion of one in the may easily retaliate by asking if
. of hundred dollarsA of considerable but tributes of the Roman character than
of first-
: to die tune one means, one
. k ranks may be taken as a straw hinting New Yorkers can find nothing good enoughfor
class with the flexible of the softer-
ability occupying eminent
th. an position purpose
per which way the popular wind blows. This them at home, that they are migra-
business He has tempered Greek. His devotion to Democratic
Lake City has among men. sent
colored farmer near is my justification as to our leaders andI ting south in such numbers. The new
here General of the road Mr. doctrines has therefore been life-
as ,
ated 11,000 worth of cotton this year, Manager leave you to determine whether my demand pan of the city in the neighborhood of
W.K.Crawford railroad long and invariable. In sunshine and
ad dM/ raaya there are other negroesggeiboata a practical man for space be unreasonable.' the British Legation is the spot which
of capacity and experience and it is in storm, in evil and good reports, he has
who have done as welL understood Among the striking singularities that New Yorkers uw.taft'ect. Here Mr. Da- .
been faithful sentinel the watchtowers
has reinstated Superintendent a on -
1111 rd freight train reached MicanoPJ.OQ mark this era partisan politics and speculative vid King, a son-in-law of Mr. Francis R.
Ming a who has of the Constitution guarding witha
, ; Thursday last It took in four young man distinguished traffic, the most notable is, perhaps livers, is building a handsome house,
himself railroad in this jealous the political rights of all
, orJotdi of brick and two of orange crates: among men the ever-prevalent spirit of personal eye Mr. George Tiffany, who spends his summers .
State for his ability and fertility sections of the Union. Above all has he
,
:nd brooght: oat five carloads of cotton. energy vituperation and dictatorial criticism. I I in Newport,and has passed several
of resource and achieved a popularitythat been the able and unfaltering friend of
that audacious and I winters in has his residence
Commissioners of Suwanee mean cynical temper Washington, own
lie County the South. Then what for humilIation
few men as busy as he often secure. reason '
which to drive men by moral or near by. The popular Sweeduh
bent issuing no liquor essays
gouty are on He is thought very highly of here, and what cause for shame and confusion
that The Columbia physical force, instead of by reason, fair Minister, Mr. De Bildt, has given up his I
1.BOOK in county. Mr. Green and Mr. Crawford will not of face to those among us who have
been called argumentation and free agencyIt may house on Connecticut avenue, and it has ,
have DOt ont
cr tft make a mistake in retaining his services.At smitten his reputation with ingratitude. I
be more clearly defined by characterizingIt been rented to Governor orsheimer.
there is sword keener than the
any.Jacksonville the reception which General Manager Verily, a
as the spirit of "buU- ozing." which,in Mr. De Bildt has been recalled by his :
will be lightedwith executioner's it is the envenomed
: probably Crawford held at the St. Marks Hotelon axe;
trade, is vigilant to corner a fellowbeingand Government and will probably be offered I
before Christmas. of defamation in the mouth of
eM electric light Friday evening, an invitation was ex- tongue
impudently pluck him-in politics: the position of Minister to Spain. Sena-
An.ofa has been made by a Mr. ea.1011 tended to the public to excurt to St Augustine him who is uncalculating and unwise.
ever premeditating and devising tricks of tor Bayard lives in a very quiet and
president of the City Electric Oct. 29 If we hope to see a Democratic Presi-
on Monday, yesterday, ,
fraud, force and mastery. A devilish proclivity modest way in a small house which he ,
may,of Pittaburg, Pa., to furnish as guests of the road. The invitation was dent in 1884. our candidate must be a
overriding the conscience and in built for hia own use, and Secretary Fre-
$f week light. generally accepted and man whose record shows his honesty and
far large
fight per per very a partyof direct warfare with law and precept hesitating linghuysen occupies the house he bought
The Florida will to the ladies, merchants, lawyers, railroadmen his faith to have been life-long, an tale
steamer go
not to destroy character, however during the first year of his Senatorialterm.
between Fernandina ,bankers, editors and others went and consistent advocate of Democratic
Uaad route
to spotless, to achieve a sinister purpose. To The expectations are that this will
November 1st, thus virtutSyiMrtabliaUng over, arriving here on their return in the principles. He must be a statesman possessed
.Smraah on generally verify these premises, I have on- be a gay season in Washington.It .
afternoon about half three o'clock. of executive ability one not only
the old Sea Island past ;
ly to invite attention to the universality of is announced: that General McCIel-
The of the finest of the capable of seeing and devising but of
note to the West and Northwest. The day was one au the unmanly practice by partisan editors Ian and family will winter again in

tumor! will touch at Brunswick. tumn. The sun was veiled by flying and small politicians of hurling satire and carrying into practice the remedies need Washington-becoming thereby almost
clouds and fresh breeze blew all ed to eradicate governmental abuses and
flirocjh the efforts of CoL F. B. Papy, a day. detraction at statesmen whose virtues and permanent residents of the Capital. It is
An of the track from the I corruptions man of the sternest scruples
of the Transit railroad, Northern capital- inspection usefulness commend them to the esteem a little surprising and certainly very gratifying
of the train showed that it : the most inflexible courage, the
Htt bare been induced to establish in rear platform and confidence of their countrymen. And, to a thorough believer in Washington -

this State two ice factories, with a capacity was in a remarkably good condition, pray, is it not time that men, professingto II purest heart, the shrewdest judgement. aa I am, to note the number of wealthy

of ten tons daily each, one to be located though growing weeds and grass indicated be governed by civilized sentiments, Let me repeat, that the Democratic and cultivated persona who are either

: and the other at that little recent work had been done consider the moral of party has just such a man. His honored toward this
. at Tallahassee begin to aspects : looking : city asa winter residence
it. The made in time name carries with it the prestige of victory,
Gunrflle upon trip was good this defamatory spirit and eschew such or who have made arrangementseither -
having never been defeated when a can'
and smoothly and pleasantly. The
The JLdvanee-GatcUe publishes the receipts very tactics as are not only inconsistent with by purchase or rental of housesto -
trains atop at the end of the shell road at didate for the suffrages of the people.
but and suicidal f take their abode here.
and disbursements of the committee justice, impolitic up The Presi-
St. Augustine, though a single track runs His peerless reputation as a party teacheris
hiving in charge the raising of funds I believe it may truthfully be said that and dreaded his adversaries dent told a friend of mine last week that
acknowledged by -
to the old city gates. Mr. Ming said .
up three of his New York
for the relief of the yellow fever sufferers no public man of conceded preeminence his is acquaintances
personal popularity national
that the town council had refuaed to allow ;
Yard. The amount has been more shamefully maltreated in .endeavored to secure suitable accommodations
it Navy
Harrington : and should he be the'nominee a
the to run nearer the city ,
collected and the company this regard than the illustrious citizen here for their families for the
was$1,926.50, expen- hence not only will he lead a solid
,
than they do and that the single track year
'ditsmvere 11,92.5.69. Of. the amount whose name heads this article, and who, but enthused the winter but could not obtain them for
referred to was laid temporarily with party, a party by pro&pect
permission : love The lease of Mr.BJaine's
Jacksonville contributed$106. for dignity of character, versatility of of certain victory, no member of or money.
for the of
tarrying ma-
purpose house at rental which is
a ten
: fully
The' boob of the Tax Assessor of Nasattcoonty terial to the prospective new hotel to be powers, resources of knowledge, capacityof which but would be able to point with percent
its cost is indication
show an increase in the total built on the shell road just outside the statesmanship, and unblemished probity pride to the banner upon which would be remnnerativeness upon of, careful an investmentsin of the
is hardly surpassed' in either hemis
Taluaaon of the real and personal property old gates. The depot is nearer town,how- inscribed:
phere. And for what? Because, simply, Washington property. So soon as the
The For President
last of
over over $250,000. ,
year ever, than our own Waycross depot is to I Potomac flats turned from holes
that he in obedience to the promptingsof are pest
total State tax is$9,664.59, nearly $2,000 the business part of Jacksonville. SAMUEL J.TILDE.'f.JI .
into of and
the
things
beauty bugbearof
In than last and the taxtllAOMT conscience and patriotism, declined to ,.& Janet Tallahassee Floridion.Sarawak's .
year, county The party spent two hours viewing St. IO m
lastear's involve his country in internecine war by ..... "malaria" is removed, Washingtonwill
a reduction of $2,500 on with ita beautiful
Augustine, bijou, plaza,
an impotent and Wattenouian attempt to Great Fire. "boom" as it never has before.

) taxes. The aggregate value of pretty girls, lovely gardens, handsome force his to the Presidential chair, in SAVAKHAH, November 1. The disas- A week from next Tuesday electionsare

eal Mdl personal property in the county residences forts, seawall, barracks, cathedral the teeth way of President Grant's imperialand trous conflagration which broke out in held in ten states, and in most cases

>stl,859,4Sl and restaurants, and then returnedto this about exhausted the result will bear the
.', premeditated threat that Hayes shouldbe city noon yesterday significantly on

A DAY OF THANKSGIVING. this city. The trip was every way en- inaugurated if it necessitated the mo itself about 10 o'clock last night for lack outlook in 1884. Does it occur to any

joyable. Crossing the river on the ferry bilization of the whole army to accomplish of material to work upon. The fire de- one, by the way, that in just a year from

PU8mDT L THUS NAMES SOVEMBEB boat Armamear from Oclahoma,Mr.John it. Who does not acknowledge the partments of Augusta and Charleston sent the day named we shall elect another

29 AS THE DAY. P. Varnum, of the Time Union, at the stern resolution of General Grant? Who valuable aid, but the combined efforts of President? The elections as a rule, are

WiaHnrarojr, Oct. 27th-President general suggestion, addressed the party the firemen of the three cities of local character but I
does not know that he held the reins of was utterly primarily a as notably ;i

Arthur has issued the following procla- saying: government with the iron grip of a Caesar, powerless so long as there was a building in the case of Massachusetts and ::1

maiion: "LADIES AND GEXTLEMEX-We have and had ample power to defeat the public within reach of the flames. Virginia, they involve the question of

BJ are Pmidmt of the United Stale ofAntrim to-day been the guests of the Jacksonville will? It u idle to question whether his The part of the town destroyed is what party supremacy. The most active canvass

: St. Augustine and Halifax River railwayand conceptions were right or wrong-for, is known as Yamacraw, and is the site of: is waged in these two states and the

A PROCLAMATION.la its new management.- This- is, in fact, right or wrong, General Grant made no the Indian settlement which existed when issue in both is as yet in doubt. The republicans

furtherance of a custom of this peo- the formal opening of the road, althoughtrains idle threats. He never acted in his life Oglethorpe's colony landed. Joachim, In- are making a lively fight also 1

&] at the closing of each year, to engage have been running upon it for aev- from impulse, and in his conclusions he dian and Farm streets were occupied by in New Jersey and Maryland, but with-

tpoo a day set apart for that purpose in eral months. In token of our appreciationof gave no thought to consequences. At this white people of moderate means, mostly out much prospect of winning. Despitethe

special festival of praise to the Giver of the courtesies we have received, I now juncture he threw down the challenge of employes of the cotton press and rice mills harmony which I am told characterizes -

all good,I, Chester A. Arthur, President move that a vote of thanks be tendered to civil war to conceal the crimes of his party and the other streets by a poorer class of the reformed New York republican j

rf the United States, do hereby designate the company, its officers and agents, and and save to them the patronage and' white and colored people. In all one hundred party, I hear little of the aggressive on-

.rw.ar,the 29th day of November particularly to General Manager Crawford the treasury.It I and eighty dwellings have been de- slaught that was to have been made on

.at ai a day of thanksgiving. The year and Superintendent Ming, who accompanied stroyed, besides Garnett, Stubbs & Go's Cleveland's two hundred thousand ma-

which ia drawing to an end has been ref us." He then put the question is apparent, hence, that Mr. T den warehouse, the Brush Electric Light jority. In Pennsylvania, also there is a

Pfce with evidences divine goodness. and the motion was unanimously abstained from a quixotic attempt to re- works, the barrel factory and Tynan'sfoundry. foreboding quiet, though the chances "are
alize the climax of his ambition,
*fc generous
prevalence of health, the fullness of ,.carried. This has been the greatest more favorable to the republicans in that
because he coveted thePrcsident d honors -
not
the harrtlltl, the stability of peace and In an interview yesterday, General conflagration in Savannah since 182... state than in New York. AUGUST.

order,the growth of fraternal feeling, Manager Crawford said that the questionof less, but because he loved his countrymore. Forty white families' and nearly one -& .!.

4e spread of intelligence and learning, an extension of the line of road depen- The ominous and exciting crisis he hundred colored families are rendered M..M. Tucker, of Longwood, who was

the continued enjoyment of civil and re- ded very much upon his report. He ex- then encountered was one of those supreme homeless. Warehouses have been thrown arrested on a charge of taking from the

Ii&ioua liberty_all there and countless pected very shortly to make a trip to the' moments when all the powers of open for the shelter of the former, and Express Office at Sanford a package of

-. blessing? are causes for reverent Halifax: and Indian Rivera and satisfy genius and the supports of hope give way, all the colored churches in the city for money that did not belong to him, died

age. I do therefore recommend himself, though from the testimony and and man sinks in helpless despair only to the latter. The burnt district comprises suddenlyJast Monday morning. Circumstances -

hit oa the day above appointed, the judgment of Superintendent Ming upon be lifted up by the inspiration of patriotism. some fifteen blocks. The entire section indicated that he had taken an

.5*ple rest from their accustomed labors, which he placed the utmost reliance, he This fair and magnanimous estimateof between West Broad street and the Canal overdose of morphine. While his body
and his motives and conduct is so intelligibly was being laid out his wife left the house
meeting in their several places: of believed that his report would be favorable has been entirely destroyed except the

.J tip express their devout gratitude to and that the road would be extended and unmistakably correct that the Planter's Rice mill and Lachli n'i foun- and a short time afterwards was found i

prod that He Titu. ,.ille. wayfaring man must be a simpleton, be- drowned in a pond near by. The opinionis
hath dealt so bountifully at an early day, to dry on the south side of River street.
nth this nation, and pray that His graced Manager Crawford begins his work yond the ordinary marks of folly, who ... current that it was a rte; of double

favor abide with it forever. here with evident popular approval and errs in hi.appreciation of it. What manifestation The sugar crop of Jackson county is a suicide.

IIi witness whereof I have hereunto set good will. then, of patriotic forbearance failure. A correspondent of a Syracuse, N. Y.,

*7 hand and caused the seal of the ., .. What integrity of purpose! And I may Hon.J. G. Long, of Augustine, sees paper"who dates his letter "Gainesville,

Uri leaving Lake City add, what an exhibition of confidence in the point at a glance, and offers a resolution FlsL, says that: "Straw or pine brush
States to be affixed. Done at the'QtyofWashington A young gentleman
should be beneath banana vines to
that placed
committee
council bo
in the
be would a
for the Exposition, thought the judgment and u>Uui of the American -
the 26th of Oc- them from the dust j" and "guavas -
day to show to his appointed to confer with the citizens of protect
take an alligator egg along eople! All men arc in a state of tri-
to\ier should be before cold weathersets
in dug
the year of our Lord one thou- friends. Arriving at Louisville before St. Augustine, in reference to securingthe
al, and the issue an alternative determined in, as the dampness caused by snow
't&I1d eight hundred and eighty-three, opening his trunk, he heard what he Supposed location in that place, of the State
Yalof be rat hi there kicking by the wise or im\\isc conduct of the blind and lunatic asylums. Jacksonville injures: the flavor and cau- the bulL to
the United to a upmerry "
Independence of the of these ?
effort whatever in this di- rot. If some intelligent ( )
the trunk is making no
rtes the thunder. Upon opening actors The test of the issue is an investigation :-
one hundred and eighth. will tell the best
is of the live correspondents us way
r '. CHESTER. AETUUB.rje imagine his surprise at finding a around well developed in- by thoughtful men ; and when)Ir. rection.' ressive Mayor citizens Long of the one Ancient City, to shear catfish and milk gophers we will

', PresIdent.'hED'x ; young The gator had prancing Latched en-route! Tilden is thus tried there will be an appropriate Wish every towu iu Florida had a half! go into the stock raking ana dairy business

T. FEEUXGHUyFN, fine style. egg verdict of reward by the people I dozen such. inatauter.-DeLaiul & ',.
rttT.
Secretary of State.a -Lake City&p .

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SANITARY uen j it was n Teed a goct bit PO hI4e 4nO en ad madel Indeed his devoiionArndai veil at on e. Su re I -t

fp 09 1 6fes A tt< wa walWabsolute .an/" /* side ofRalph Wardept_OIL"'
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soon u you 'ri e.a.ALfllfl.Te -;, J was. g and q & he) d' om P.. a. that Jo one, sjive her fcwn Imght. .' t 1IJ&III Ua.(

t.'Better sheet be:barefoot '' j ee n some..!Sie o' 'it, rut LA t se")!,-would ever-have doubledit ff'e +t.G&ge.1 0Il't ta>a

"'j, Chfldrefa if healthy: are active not still? looks like a man who would not do a b the action was merely a mechanical for a moment. refusal." t

.. .Dampbeds.make.you. ill.dJhmpclotheswill..both; wicked-thing,-,or think:It; while he 'one. ,He did not open it to see whatit "It is my highest ambition to be thelier "Who is with you'?- "Y .,.

Eat ilowly.>id kl ? Jcta""the food well; might do a weak G'f./ocjish,one.{ He> wfesf.but,jrittr' hia head bent, t forward, : !- o t J halt estat f,lrlangh: ) I perge, "Yes, said Ralph bt"1. s .

Presheti'the'abrhrQie" house.... where youGsrmeat I was a man who Would be likely to 'w r oh Jus;)rent and with a very gave faces :'and..i.havamade.an..offer.,whichXtbink .ness which. should'pardoned" I

,, dw fe*-mnst ii T er J*"fltted to tight;- a womr 'ti heart-:and( 1d-itTa man, he-went"his. way;' He 'walked .unions will.be accepted. lI;;am t0 'hays T'Sifr,on"Ralph '. t6Lt- .

Hornet rtotfld. be' be4Ithyiiid"alfyjrandlight. : whose love a woman might prize-and slowly than Before.; _y sometimes in 'answer: to-night, .If..I succeed, 'I as i George"'gotinI'; 1ri11

'. the loss:of which ahe' 'mlght"wi ely stopped, and he talked, himself ,from not- between you. The night'i ,
, If you wish to'be'well, as you 'db:-IYe no shall be supremely happy. Ifz .beaa
, doubts: -*l .,. 31'I I mourn. 'Weak:enungh"'to' be:a' man, time to time. why, I will do as other men: iave done: .isn't it ?" j

Just Keep open your the kitehtn'windows'sad?rooms before,you always go out.tidycleans he was strong enough to be one,hard to '"If this is final.". he commenced '-failing of what''r.wantI'" .Will take "Very beautiful !" said 'J4

:fr.Y *'ji .'-r "aiai/: .. .' spare. from the life which had' 'once had. aloud,.- and then.relapsed. Into silence. what.I can Itet." who really had not'thought !?
'Let dust on the,furniture never,be seen.. him. -; { "You needn't 'home '
"A..hinderer.Then
Much illneedu'caueed' by want of pure air; ,after standing 'Ralph could, .not ,remember ,where go at onc'F
windows be ,, .. There was a happy smile on his face asa will turn here and
Now for
to open your : ever:your 'and thinking while, he weston Alice Arnden had been when these fool- we will drive i -
f ar..i heaid his little brother' knock at the toward the "
shore. jjij
; .ttShe that to him.' And
Old old rubbisCiii U be ; never was ish words had
; never : (possibly) ,but innocent
r&rica-nd' ." i r.f ''cr-L.."I.f! ,door, and answered "Come .in" in a she never was moody and se1l istru3tfnl. been spoken.That she had .been near 'He had turned his hose; U xt
uld well h2
that their floors voice. i
are cheery
see '
sweptQuicktnomente* / ; !. ? enough to hear them was evidenced by road leading in that direction
!'Here's letter for you'George. ,
ia'ehitdren are' healthyandrahtf ; a He thought for many minutes.now. her i bich-w him. either of his companions:'eo )
,. .'Thank1 said as" he r",' g before t 1 ,t:
George
f.-E ? you, ,
i "I don't understand.what she means word. The two '
an He:could how shemust
lovera'were
imagine
withoutSee only dimly
Remember the young not thrive,. :
_. took it."You. '
-; e- ,- by his 'higher,ambition.'His highest again'on the
light.1 / 'I have suffered in trying to evolve scene they had iookeuJ
that the cistern iscleanio the biim. are welcome By the handwriting
ambition lately seems to have been to the
ih'as-she in morning. The
Take care that, your.,dress is tall tidy ,and I '' thetr ( believed ,the truth to moon t'inat
... ,., : on the envelope 'judge' the
win It has
'd' her. costher deal
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a great have softened the
trim. ; ; ,be) from/w atsh had heard. When a harshness or jfY'
tea your 11088'to find if thf re be bad drain, message will be a pleasant one. to give him up-any ''one can see that human idol falls from the it has little, but the man between
place I I[ them
Very sad are the feyars that:,comb LD. its, And the,boy left the room. with half ,
an eye. And his freedom is sob from the
train; The smile filled in the heart, not the least of the a woman'at hiafeftVaitfsaw
Walk AI much as':.Jou'can without feeling ,A pleasant message : not welcome to him ; he neither.'want lain the moonlight
fati ...7 .." f.-_ .-, .. deepened on the'man'9 face':as ''be ed it nor expected it.?' compel from what we seer;or: believe sparkle anspfaouly
Xerxes could walk full many a league. : lovingly handled the letter a' little time we see;of its unworthiness. :To on the eyelashes of the man on his right;

Your healtlTisvyouT''wealtJif -which'yourwisdom Suddenly he stood still, and a hot, find our gold but gilded,,clay .is. a sorrowful And he thought grimly of i bim i1f.
before he broke 'the seal A pleasant II
tauat keep;* J I fierce flush into his,face. ; ;
crept
Zeal will help a good cause,.and the,good ,message ... ,So he sat there, and pitied : the image of fate--fate,.with'tta'te.
you will reap.* '" "I wonder: it'is true that! heartsare Alice Amden for the faith in destiny of two human' :
" f ; .These were the words he-read : man beings in Ma."I .,

.. .itGreaemptatIon.: i : .:,v ._ '"Mr.* George Fenby.' '''I win not consent ever" 'caught in the rebound,' as :which she had ,,lost, as ..well, as for ,the hands ,
they sometimes: ? I
they
K.', ,. ** I to ,be any longer a hinderer' regarding say are man himself who ,had?, been put ,from found a paper of yours this,mom-,,
Alice a Arnden_ Was-- *-not i your 'higher ambition.? ,1 willAnd her. With what pain beyond that bag," said Ralph, slowly, .''aDdhtrii'
.. a woman one
he clenched his hands and hurried
wish
,to with
never speak you again
is. I could
: which would come to her from 'belief hardly help seeing
would,.select foMt.heroine because of in all my life. I give, you back, yourfreedom. on his way. .a what it

"t her personality...,She.was neitherlarge He ,did .not stop :again until he that her lover,would think and do what was. I congratulate you on you lam,

norsmall"; ,wa3i.btautiful, ..think.. I'' Alice Arnden.'? reached his home where his, mother his words seem to imply, must she face gain. You have bought, the, finest. .1.

(beauty a?hard:.! thing,to] defipe.andlimit So)Ir. George Fenby's morning gift and sister; were. waiting for:him the added shame of,his stooping to tell tate about here, George. 'Itis, reniadably ..

),*ut;it.waa.a.beautyof t no:won- was the gift of his freedom., What did he think his nor of it,; nay more, to boast,of it. cheap at the price: I believe;
thoughts aloud '
derfuXor unusual.type,:and wa of that should he do with it ? His cheeks and more. With a few words ot: greeting any Ralph raised his head. :The time hadnot. deed.was.signed last evening. J!';r '

kind.which grows op .one gradually as lips grew cold and white the thought. 'and few of been, long since he. sat ,down to ,"Yes." 1i

. his knowledge, cLthelpoasessorof .it Merciful heavens I what could he ,do mother a and more sister aside excuse for., heput his think. But.he knew it all. Two proud "Mr.: Kingsley had net folly/decidel
the
grows,",,' .There "* ,a wealth of sweetness -, :.with itsThe and went up to his own room. present; and obstinate young creatures had,been to" sell- it*until tfcen*. -', had.,'-"he"?'"fair' -':-- T

and putityahta jng.up.in.her eyes, sky seemed darkened, the 'The ': parted by fate. And he muttered with "\ t.fully.; He: told .meihja. dwgbter -

which tears could never wash.out;,and earth .seemed' dreary and desolate. r' noonday sun: was shiningand white, compressed lips, 'I'alone, understand might decide ,"to want,it her herself

the mouth 'indicated firmness ,and.re George Fenby and, Alice Arnden, making' everything 'pleaS nt. There .it all. I, ,alone, of,all the ,when ,she is married; Mr. Kingaley

solution which had beginning long a bare quarter. of a mile apart could ,seemed was a glow in the wintry1'air which world, can set it,right.. What a temptation will,,'of course,,,gjve her,a.'handaoine! :

before the night's ;vigil .which.had left not 1 have been more wildly separated to have a promise of summerin t I" residence somewhere-when that emt
'
it. '
it so sternly agonized. i. had an ocean stretched between The band of sunshine rested: on his ,takes, place, for ,Mr. Jones, who Is'to-

The trouble which has come to Alice .'them. And each looked on ,He seated himself at his table, placed head like ra golden crown. His face marry, her haS noT.fortune*,'of''his, oirn.'*

"Arnden'is'of'no,unusual kind. It is a the same landscape,and saw it alike at Alice Arnden's letter upon it,:and read'it was almost glorified as he :raised, it to '''Itl-.:as been your- ;highest" ambition
again. Then for the first time he "- ,.
sudden .sorrow' of, a kind which has last. atthe the light again.- And surely the angels to own that estate, hasn't it ?",..
looked other which he had : \10
crushed out: all of hope; in. life:many The village-of Marsham was a small paper made a record of a second gift that,day, II
"Certainly. wanted
He turned :; the finest
picked it over and
tunes in the)past and,will!many timesin one,>and most of it was further from up ; coming to the lot of those 'whose, lives place here."
saw at once.what it wasdeed' from
the future as long as men and maidens the oCean than Were the two houses at fall for a little time within the lines of
the windows of which have twounhappy Bertrand Kingsley, conveying 'certain :"You ought to be supremely,happy..
are proud aDd 'willfuL One may we seen our story when In said aloud : "I.will
lands and buildings to George You said last that would.
Fenby. night you be
lover's,quarrel but persons do Alice
say, "Only a one right : Arnden shall have her
Ralph Warder drew a long breath' when owned the place.7":1;
should :remember I that there i heart It' was a relief to both George and lover back again I" you a- ..'
and the light faded slowly out of ,his "Yes.'? .
.
tragedies in this world, under the tor- Alice that there was service hi the little Evening service at the little
face. In a single moment he.had seen: church The answer'was short. Ralph; could
ture of which men and women may church that morning, and that everybody '
was Warder
over.
Ralph stood
on the
the whole secret of the misunderstand feel.the hisrighttremrble
strong man on
drag out long lives without finding would be looked for there. the :
steps as
ing. It might be to I congregation came out. He in of ,
his efforts
controlhia
I sorrow necessary go over spite .to *:
peace. To Alice Arnden: it:seemed as Secret finds a certain abatementoUts'intensity'in I looked .
it all to see the details, but the general happy.If self,'and knew that the. woman on his
: though everything worth having ia life the effort of appearing
outline of;the unfortunate affair was, it be true "that 'coming events left was crying softly, -; i,
was now forever utterly beyond herhopt" unconcerned. Then there was a
.mournful pleasure in seeing again what he felt, as certainly in his possession as cast .heir shadows' before,"' and that "You said something last night about
it could have been if he had been "virtue is its own reward he '
was
given hap

ambition to be master.ot that es-
She arose from the' seat she had occupied one has lost. your ,
the privilege of looking fully and 'freely i py. He spoke cheerfully to this and <
one tate. .Do remember what it was"??'
-for so long, and moved slowly In a place no larger than Marsham you ..
into the minds of the two lovers 'whoselives that.when they, passed. 'He did not look
about her humble room:' ,She had not everyone knows everybody else. Everyone "'1 es, I think I do. Something boast-
were drifting so far apart. like a conspirator. One would not
known, until 'she moved,"how much knows the business of everybody ful, was it not?"' '

she was suffering .Physically; how coldit else, in some degree,.or thinks so, and Down went his head upon his hands have which dreamed for that he made' a 'plan George Fenby was beginning tojinder-
audacity would find few"rivals
was ; how crimped"'and 'I weary she says so. So our two friends were known, on the table-the winter sunshine shone stand dimly why 'he had _received the
I that day on no nobler head and from while for simplicity it might find '
was. There was really little to do. and their relations to each other were letter he had.
fewer. ,
Her bed had not:been used ; her room known also. ,And so poorly had they his lips came those words of which frail ** '
"It's better to have it'over Worse than that. Did yon ever
was in order. She;had plenty of time played their parts that when, service humanity has deepest need, "Lead us as soon as
', possible he said to himself "betterfor thing that one overhearing ,it might
not into temptation." ;
to prepare herself for the task of covering was finished nearly all their friends had
I : them and forme." think 3ou.meant to marry: Miss Kings-
her sorrow from 'the gaze of her concluded that' 'their: engagement was He thought it all out.. Bertrand d '

friends-;-if she covKL' over and many were speculating as to Kingsley owned the finest place in all Alice Arnden was.passing him. He ley ?"
leaned forward. "Never until Oh what have I
now
She made a fire, and into the fire she the reason for it. Marsham, or had until the deed was ,.

remorsely put'all the fragments, of.'the made which conveyed it to George Vi11 you come for a little drive with done?"
Ralph Warder too shrewd
was a man
paper which she had spoiled in her e1fortsto not to see, what every one else saw. Fenby. ,Estella Kingsley, the daughterof me, Miss Arnden? T night perfect "No matter. Did you ever intend to
Bertrand and you look as if fresh air would do her? Not a word of objection.
write a simple letter long ago when was a beauty, and some you. marry
He said but little about it as he spoke good."
her sorrow was new. Long ago? Last thing of a flirt. You've been led into answering too,

night !J'. ,Happiness gives wings of lightness 1 I I to one and another after church, but he More than one lady in Marsham had She accepted at once hoping as she much already to stop now. I' demand

to the:parts of eternity(lying about Was deeply interested and very much quarrelled with her lover on Estella dkl so that George Fenby would see an answer, George. Did you?"
*
The time had been when the -
our being and so called time,' ratherthan puzzled. Kingsley's ,account. Andj last night her. He was not there to see, however The eyes of the two.men.. .met. In
had connected his with
gossip name and
had
eternity) which we rough1y measure there had been a little gathering of the Ralph taken good care to Ralph's, there was the determination to
that of Alice Arnden and there '
were know'that. He half-way
and call minutes and seconds ; and those who had shaken'their heads whenIt young people in the church; and circumstances home. was already know, and, ,perhaps, something more.,

sorrow weights their noiseless feet with had done their worst- In George Fenby's there was surprise,
became evident that she had been
But Miss Arnden in
was
no mood to
lead. seemingly. In the first which to satisfaction and indignation
.,place, George changed ,
won by George Fenby instead of by refuse. She'was in
reckless
a temper

Fenby came with Estella Kingsley ; the which gradually faded out.
him. and Ralph Warder counted
had
:Mr. George Fenby is the next among I meeting was not of a character to make "Never on honor I"-,answered..
had to Alice of on that. One desirious of my
the actors in this little' fragment of Ralph never spoken it.unkind for him to leave his promised widen
love and well respect his ing the breach between Ralph Warder stopped the horse.
,; we reserve. Alice and
human life. wife to come with her father as she bad
.
and
What he cared for her may remain a George would have found it a They had driven far to the south,
He 'bis' window but this I very
sat at that morningas coming with Miss Kingsley had
sealed book. easy task to make had now turned back toward the village
a
Alice Arnden sat at hers. His win been noticed by several. With the deed beginning that level
again. In front of them the
night. was
dow looked in the same direction ; from George'Fenby walked home alone. before him, Ralph Warder had no ,
on
it ne saw much-the scene she saw. Ralph Warder came the same road, difficulty in deciding why George ,had Ralph W arder's'lips,moved slowly as'he sweep of frozen march, but farther 'its

I but' a quarter of a mile behind hi"*. seated himself'beside Alice, but we was the peached village with
The stars faded out for him as for her; been at Mr., Kingsley's, and conse of
day brightened for him ;the sunlight fell Some distance out of the village Ralphsuddenly quently why he had come as'he bad. will not try determine, what he said lighted windows, and with its range On
to himself sheltering wooded hills behind it:
in that
crisis
in
more livesthan
two resting
across his face. I came upon papers, .
Ralph was well
acquainted with
a their and brigW
one. light was theses calm
But he sat there with a cheerful fire on the snow by the side of theroad. I
I young man living where the Kingsley'shad I He and placed
1 admire cloak stepped into the road
your and hat
had most been
They Ikely exclaimed
near him he was strong from \appy
; formerly resided and him
through the unresisting
reins
from the of the Ralph, "though the saying it i in George Fenby's
pulled pocket owner
sleep; his eyes were bright and cheerful he knew of the engagement of Miss hands.
in his handkerchief. The may be as. much a compliment to
and looked as though tears had always removing Kingsley to a gentleman living there. my
smaller had blown it laid sister as to your own taste. Her's "Bring the horse home when it is
been strangers to them, and his lips paper apart ; I He had known this for a long time and are
; like them, are they not ?" all take 'all the
were smiling. upon the other, and its contents were knowing it had thought little of events right, he said "but

The icy marshes seemed to him a typeof so brief that Ralph had read it before !. which might otherwise have deeply "Very nearly ; not quite. But Ididn't I time you wish. Here is another paper

his future. Smooth, white, pure- he had taken it in bis hand, and before affected him. know you ever noticed what of yours which I found this morning

he of what he your lady friends wear." Be thankful to-night that so meddle
was aware was doing.
stretching warmly across themand
the light Last night, for instance, a laugning "1 and
with the outside standing whim We have seen the paper before. It don't very often. I did to-day. some a man found it. Alice Arnden
ocean of
group gentlemen had spoken of :Miss
as to her as a type of eternity was the brief letter in which Alice Kingsley. One had said, "She is a ences Would?"the masculine detect the differ George Fenby, I give you back your fu

an eternity which he felt would be one Aruden had dismissed George Fenby. .I beauty and an heiress. Whoever wins "I think not. But it ture-and my blessing t"

of strength and happiness. Ralph Warder stood for a long time her will have a beautiful home. The talk of dresses is a pity to lIe spoke to the horse, and obedient to-

George Fenby thought of what he had with the letter in his hand. I Kingsley estate is the finest one in What a strong on and such helpful a night as this. his word, he dashed down the road and

in the world to be thankful for this lovely "I've read it once ; it can do no harm i | Marsham." had this evening I" sermon we left him alone.

morning. A small fortune, enoughfor to read it again he said. I j Now, every gentleman in the group 'YeSt" said Ralph. There is no morn need of followingthe

himself-and one other, a fair wom And he read it again-not once i.I knew that the Kingsley estate was for They made a turn in lovers, to be sure that all came
the
an-and good as fair-for his promised i merely, but a dozen times. It seemedas i ( sale, and every one had counted at its there was George himself road, and right, than there is of following they

wife ; health, education, friends, in- if he was trying to draw something; true value the answer which George few yards ahead. Alice put only down a [few her rushing mountain stream to be sure it

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THE 'fLORI.AnSTA'R. .. the only thing of which the people have NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CARDS.PRITCUARD I .

8 reason to complain is the 'present regime In the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit
Y
IfflJBSDAY NOVEMBER 1883.
IAY.
S ,
DEBARY-BAYA Florida JDntanl .
ClJItlity.I'
and by that term. yoI!apparently mean ,- I of ,

: I.;' iLIsuzD EVERY THUB8DAT the particular Democrats who, or the par Henry Wilson
AT MERCHANTS' LINE REAL ESTATE AGENTS. I' vs. }
iuiisvili'e' : : Florida. ticular.faction of the Democratic party W. B. Moore.Action .

E. B. WAGER, which now controls the State administration. Elegant Side-wheel Steamers. Titusville, Florida. commenced by writ of attachment

This is a mistake. The B &
Editor Pnbllslier.
janaging are not like the Independent Democrats Carrying the U. S. 3IaiI. D. CllAY.ATTORNEYATLAW.. ty dollars.To .
Annum in advance.
81-50
TenDs; Per Wm. B. Mtf and all other i"
the TIlE STEAMERS OF THIS LINE >re persons I-
simply ONE OF
to
inch In 18 opposed 'present ,regime -
!Qui vs Is one space ; squares
.A will leave Jacksonville daily, Horn wharf foot teretteil:
mate a column. but they are opposed to the Democratic of Laura street, at 2 30 p.m.,and 3. F. and W.
unaccompanied the Notice Is hereby. given that a writ of ;
Aflrertiseinents by hallway wharf at 3:10 p.m., for .
,ffag: will not receive attention. party which that 'regime repre LaGrangp. Florida. attachment has been 5sued against the I'

Tor advertising three stamp a Editor sents-and which the Independent Democrats Palatka, Astor, Sanford, En- \Vm. Scult.)1..Thrasher.Titusville said Win. B. Moore and his property has i 1

tfnjy enclosing a equally represent. Republicans Fla. baiuord Fla. been attached to satisfy the demand of

THIs PAPER may be found 011 file at have no choice between rings and factions terpriseAnd SCOTT & TIIRASlIEll, Henry Wilson amounting to one hundred
all intermediate landings south of and forty dollars.
well & Co's Adverting
R, Newspaper -
P. >
{; Street within the Democratic party, but it is ATTORNEYSATLAW.Sanford Now therefore the said Wm.B. Moore
Bureau (10 Spruce where
) Palatka.
their and all other Interested are hereby :
dTertising contracts may be made for it interest and their aim to drive the : : Florida.Mr. persons '
whole Sunday Boat will leave at 1 p.m. required to appear and plead to the
SEW YORK. party from power. nil Rail Scott is located at Titusville.
in I Will make close connections with now declaration tiled in the above entitledcase
'_ the I' "As to the present proposed fusion with Lines for Kip-Real Estate Law a speeiality.,{ on or before the 4th day the first
STAR b OFFICIAL
THE newspaper' the Independent Democrats, however, it, Point In the Interior.And Monday, of February rule day, a. d.
for Brevard county._ :M:I.\Olt S. JOXES. 1SS4. and if lie shall fail to appear and
if I
am not misinformed, amounts to this: with steamers at Sanfonl for
plead as aforesaid judgment will be entered -
PORt at Tttusntle
the
friend at Office as
Second-das Jl tfer. the Independent Democrats kindly offer PoiiitN on Indian Hirer.Returning against him according to law. "

to furnish a candidate for Governor if leave Enterprise at 7 30 and San ATTORNEYATLAW.Titusville A. A. Stewart,

--TAKIYG all in all, the prosperity of our the Republicans will furnish the votes: to ton on arrival of train arriving at Jacksonville Florida. Titusville.Clerk of October Brcvard county, 18S3. Florida.2Gtd

State never was so manifest as at the elect him. While the advantages of this
Early next morning.Making EXGLISI1.
present time. We are relieved of, as it arrangement1 to the nominee and his M.E. Xotice.In ;;

almost wholly of a State debt internal friends are obvious I fail to see close connections with rail and steam the Circuit dnirt, fcrtnth Judicial Circuit ::
were, : very Lines tor all points Notary Public State at Large.
Florida Brmml
improvements are undertaken on what advantage is to accrue to the Re. NORTH EAST.IRD WES .\1llJa\'i1l.1rnwn and all business entrustedto f County. J

scale of fruit etc. publicans." flu promptly attended to. To Wrn. E. Jlool'e and all other persons interested
a grand our crops are For all points IxitAircn Jacksonville anti
"' take of the eteamers leaving Office at his residence. :
abundant and manufacturers of different Palatka. one '
A dispatch from London under date of Market wharf daily: Sundays: executed, at 10II. Titusville Florida. You are hereby notified that a writ of I'

kinds are beginning to turn their faces the 31st ultimo. says that at about eight .in. attachment has been issued against the :

towards us and with pockets full of mon- FAST MAIL. F. GIt.\Y. said Win. B. Moore and his property has
coming down us to "look o'clock last evening a terrible explosion Leaves Jacksonville tor Green Cove Spring, g. been attached to satisfy the demand of "
are among
ey occurred near Pracd street undergroundstation Tocoi aid Talatka. George F. Ensey amounting to the
sum
Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL
around." Up and still up, higher and Lake steamer 3I.liSULI.Jeu"ct Florida .
on the Metropolitan railway. On of Two hundred dollars and interest
still higher goes the price of lands, and Central Itailroad wharf at-a. in, dally Sunday WORK WARRANTED.Work I thereon from July 19, 1&3.; ;
the first alarm cordon of ,returning same day.
a police exempted
spade and plow by strong or orders left with 1*. 1-:. Wager or at' Now, therefore you the said Wm. B. e
the axe, year year, For further information apply at General
was summoned to preserve order, to keep Ticket Ortlce, corner Uay ana Laura Streets. Post Olilce,Titusville or with A. Itrady at La Moore and all other persons interested
and and
clearing upturning more Unuige will receive prompt attention. Will heiiiTitusvilloevery
are the way clear and convey the wounded to W.B.W.\T Monday.TH. ate hereby required to appear on or be-
the soil of the Land of Flowers. Manager. fore the of
more.of the hospitals. The who were C. B.FENWICK,Ucn. l'nsliogellt.. first Monday the 4th day February -
Orange groves: and cane fields are length- passengers H. K. 1t"ILSOX. a. d. 1884, the same being rule day
on the train say that there was a loud report for said i month and plead to the declaration -
broadened truck and CASH CASH !
ened and gardens CASH !
like that of a cannon, and then dark tiled by the said plaintiff in said case
pine-apple fields are extended, new, commodious Will continue the practice Medicine in ort chment preceding and if he fails
Glass broken and of
'and comfortable dwellings are ness. was splinters WHEREPiT Titusville and vicinity, to (}o so judgment will be awarded
wood flew about cutting and wounding
against the said defendant according to
i
the and left all in
arising on right telling many. For a while confusion reigned 01llce at J. J[. Dixon's Drug tore. ; law and the property attached will be

a language not to be mistaken of the THE levied on under execution and sold to

prosperity of our bright and sunny land. supreme. The train which was crowded, A.u.. 1IAWLEY, D. D. S. pay the said debt sworn to.
contained principally country visitors retuning
A. A. STEWART
:
.The fact of the business is Florida has ,
from the fisheries exhibition.The H AQQYAa17E.RS; Visiting Dentist. Clerk of circuit court Brevard Co. Fla.
become self-sustaining and is now readyto
Tittisville October, 22. 1S$3. 2Ctd
train ahead
was traveling steadily Makes frequent trips to Indian River
to the front and
just right
step go the concussion smashed all Lake Worth &c.
though nearly NOTICE OF 1.1 SOL YE..YCY.
in her development. Her resources
along the lamps in the Praed street station and STORE 1-. O. Address. New Smyrna Florida. In County Court.
arejust'beginning to be appreciated and
caused much damage to the permanent Brevard County,
these together with her beautiful and Q II. XAl'JIAX. Florida.WHKKEAS..
I way. When the train reached the next .
healthful climate render her the place, I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .Fanny .\. Joyner. Adminis
station, Edgeware road, the first effort was Justice of the Peace and
excellence in. which to live and enjoy tratrix of the Estate of J. W. Joyner. deceased
jar made to rescue the wounded. Some were \ Notary Public Statc-at-Lar late of Brevard county'Florida, _

having filed in the office of the
life.True dreadfully burned,but more were prostrated Also Commissioner of Deeds for the State of County
many of our hardy pioneers have doneto -cr= I'KNXsYLVAMA.Ollkc Judge of said county a written suggestion -
The
by fright. worst damage was
had a rough and tough time of it in the at the Haul-Over. of the insolvency of said estate:
the two rear cars, which are mere skeletons Notice i is hereby given to all persons

years gone by, but we arc beginning to JOHNSON tOCKSIIlTT.Xotary having claims of any nature against the

reap the fruits of our toil and patience T. said Estate, to file the same, duly authenticated -
and can look back with pride and satisfaction All sorts of theories are advanced as to The Oldest and Most Reliable Place of in the office of the County Judgeof

the came of the explosion, but the general Public, stnt ;-at-L:U'ge, said county on or before the 3d day of t

on the broad acres subdued by opinion of the railway officials and of and March A. D. 1SS4, at which time there

our hands and brought into fruits and BUSINESS will be a pro rata distribution of the said
experts is that the disaster was caused by Justice of the Peace. Estate the several creditors entitled
among -
sweets by patient and hopeful toiL Tru-
some explosive material which h.'ullxl'll Court day, first Saturday of each month. thereto, and the said administratrix
ly we pioneers have little to regret became Indian River in
placed probably in the rearmost carriage.It on Dealing GRANGE Florida. discharged.
we have taken up our abode in this Witness my name as County Judge of
is believed that about forty persons said county this 27th day'of August A.
gunny and niuch-favoml clime. We can LA GRANGE STORE
were injured, some of them dangerously. General Merchandise I. 1SS3. J. A. MCCKOUY,
shake each other's brawny hands and feel *..<. Always on hand a general assortment of County Judge.

ourselves kings. The biggest thing on foot in Marion G000S. Titusville, Fla.,Sept. 6, 1883; 10 Gm.

C' S'. county was the Ocala Laumr excursion to None but ttfiilly jinl-da goods are
NO TIC J
THE gold mines of the world are beginning -STRICTLY C.\8II.- $
Lake Weir on November 5th. The excursion \
Six months after date I will present
to give out and the yellow metal isbeginning :
E. L.
was under the manigement of the Brady. my final accounts and vouchers to the

to get scarce. The estimated editors, ciirrcjpomlcuts and compositors bought and sold at this Stand. January IstlS&J 1 yr 30PISO County Judge of Brcvard county Flori-

product of the mines of California for the ida, as administratrix with the will annexed
of the IJanner. of the Estate of II. T. Titus, late
last year is $15,000,000 a sum insignificant -o-
S CURET FOR
.L. of said county deceased and ask for a fir f
in proportion to what wealth she Notice.If 'IUS WIUII ALL USE fAILS. nal discharge as such administratrix.
-
produced in wheat, wine and fruits. you want to sell your grove or unimproved Remember A Dollar will buy exactly; :}Use tt.aonghyyrop In Owe. tiodbydt[ Tu&HlJttIOd..,(! & MAUV E. TITUS Administratrix.Titusville f

The gold fields Auttralu are producing tracts of land, end to us for -4 CCNSUMPTIOM.AMAZON Sept. 17, 1S83. 22 Cm.NOTICE. .

but a comparatively small yield of blanks, so. that you can give us a full description $1.00 worth.Established .

the precious jnetal while the mines of with lowest cash prices and Florida Manufitc Lure. Six months after date I will present to

South America and Mexico are worked time terms. We will then do our utmostto Honorable A.McCrory, County Judgeof

effect n Nile.liciMialcr ill 1S-S3. PAINT WORKS. Brevard county Florida) my final ac-
but a little. The result of this will bean we charge nothing unless a counts and vouchers as administratrix of '

enhanced purchase power of gold and sale i.s made. We will Advertise each 11: J. BFP.J E, & CO., the Estate of Bartholomew Einig deceased :

the recent practical adoption of a gold piece. of property placed in our hands, i Address orders to and ask for a final discharge from the

unit of free of cluirge. Our commissions being manufacturers of the administration of said Estate.C. .
value by the great commercial J. S.I.'onIJ, Administratrix.
actual sales. lVcd, niurtg
nations of the earth has had a tendencyto only on executed agesnisi Tittisville, Fla., Sept. C, 1SS3. 19 Om.NOTICE. '
: other legal; instruments The Headquarters Store AMAZON READY-MIXED PAINTS
increase this purchasing pu+wer. Statistics with neatness and dispatch and on reasonable .

show that the coinage for the past', tcrmorc will i.-....,ue our nun property in all shades and ready forIniinedtatc Land Office at Gainesville. Fla. \
Titusville Fla.
list in November for circulation i.
several! years has nearly doubled the Use. Scpt.2S, 1SS3. /

yield of the various mines. The result of lhroaJ-putj having property to diaIHISC CbNTINENTALHoof NOTICE is herefry given that the ollow-
interest
their
rind it to
this has been tl gradual decline iu the place of the, may same in our to hands, at as early a Socially Adapted For This Climate, intention ing-named to settler make has final tiled proof notice in supportof of his

prices of manufactured goods and the ul- day as po ihle. If Dirties receiving; Ointment. anal grinders of his claim and that said proof will be

timate outcome may be a return to the letters of inquiry as tn this section will I made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk circuit :

times of which our fathers and motherstell unil-Ji us with the address of their correspondents Cures Cracked Hoofs, Sprains, Scratches i Pure White Lead, court at Titusville Fla., on Saturday.Nov. .

we will upon receipt of the 10, 1853, viz: Nathan N. Penny, of
us, forty or fifty years ago when I same forward by mail our l'fl'l'l'rtli t. and Sores in & Colors In Oil. Canaveral Fla., Hd 3,323 for the lots 1,

t. ,OOO was regarded as a competence l'RITt'H.\RIJ &.)1.\Y. Olliceaml Factory, 2, and 3, Sec. 12, T'p 23 S, Range 37 E.
-- lie the witnesses to
and an income of a thousand ;i was names following
year Notice of Visits.I Horses Cattle and Sheep. his continuous residence and
Tax-Collector's' Xo: 26 Ocean street, prove upon '
considered good e one. Since 1873 the will be at the following places for thepur1Kte cultivation of said land, viz: )1. E. English I

prices of leading commodities lure beenfalling of collecting the tax for the Ask your Storekeeper for it, or write JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.t Titusville Fla, P. D. Wesson, M.
O. Burnham. and O. .\. of
Quartcnuan
gradually, and a comparison of year 1SS3, viz : Y 'Send iotfC"loT card and price list. Cana'pmI1a"Ja. L. A. BAKNKS.2IwS ,

the prices of different articles at that date Jiassville, Monday, . ..Nov., 1SS3. direct the manufacturers, \&a40 ; Register U. :S.: Land Ofiice.NOTICE .
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With those of the present time shows a Lake ViewCeduesday, ." 7, AGENTS Wanted'"dio": Books & Bibles I
. .. 9 wifktbfchuactci: treat wiciv.kiw OF INCORPORATION
decided F::.. Drum, Friday, ASItiKICAX LUB1t1C.tTINhOIL .. LltxTKl .
trrmi.IV
decline. m tincc: lliac UU;.mccilcu :
These facts warn our w.4 ....
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Monday . . 12 Crab Grass, _
people not to run in debt, as the debts increase LaGrange, Monday . 0' ." ID, CO. $100.00 n A WEEK Indian Riyer! & Northern Transportation i

in the same proportion as the pur- Titusville, Tuc.lay, . ." 20, COMPANY. li(
. ." 21 AVocan iiiiranttu the above amount to
tasingpower Haulover, Wednesday: ,
of gold vcreasca. .. ." 23 Cleveland, : : Ohio. good, active energetic NOTICE is IIEKEIIY GIVEN that in accordance i>
The days of Buruliaui's, Friday with the laws of Florida t
the "credit
system" are Agents we.
Point, Monday .. ... 21i,
aoQ to be'uuiubered, and are to l he followed Carters City Tucwlay . .. ..." 27, a STANDARDLaundry Ladies M well Li cntlcmen; make a successery the undersigned hive formed an associa- :
in thebuslwesse : \ little capital required.We tion to be styled and known as the Indian :
by the "pay-as-you-go" system. EauGallks Thursday,. . .." have a household article sulaMo'L'illollr.1 River and Northern Transportation i

This will, be a change for the better all Barker's Bluff; i Saturday, .Dec. 1, itu Wax It sells Itself Company for the purpose of constructing I

through the varied avenues of life. Ft. Pierce, Monday. . .. ." 3, It id u.ied every day in every family. You do maintaining and operating' a Railroad '

.. SEWN KOUXD.llvssvillc not need to explain its inertia. There is a rich from a point on Indian River at or
. Dec. 10 harvest for all who embrace this golden O]>. Rockledge to Lake Poin-
Judge Mon-lay, Proorves Linen, gives a beautiful fiu- near a point on
Hilton EOM-
of the Tallahassee pnrtuiiity. It costs you only ono cent to loam
"
Ol1 Lake View, Wednesday,. 12, what our buaineso is. Buy a 1)(. tJ\l card and sctt on the St. Johns river in Brcvard
commenting upon a recent correspondence Fort Drum, Friday . ." H, isle the iron write to us and we will send you our prospectus county. :Florida, for the purpose of conveying
from
between )lr. Cheney and John' Crab Grass, Monday, . ." 17, uLaGruul' prevents sticking,saves and full particulars persons and property. Said roadto

W. Wallace, of Key West, intimates that Monday, . ." 2-1, FREiiit be three miles iu length or thereabout.
Titusville Tuesday, . . 2;), it labor. -o- And we know:you will derive more Rood; than )(ISOI: S. JONES,
Cheney, and others of his way of thinking ILiulovcr, Wednesday,. . ." 2tliurnhanx'a \ you have any Idea of. Our reputation as amanutaeturingcompanvissuch ALEXANDER A. STEVTAICT,
are to be made useful in in that we ian J.\)IEg A. 3ICCROUY.
keeping power 26, FIVE CENTS A CAKE. not afford to deceive write to us on a postal
the present Democratic administrationas City Point Monday, . ." 31, an.l give your address plainly and receive Titusville, September 21,1SS3. 22 3m.

they do not express themselves kindly Carter's, WtnlnesdaV,. .Jan. 2, 1SS4" Ask your :Storekeeper for it. Made by full Buckeye particulars.Jl'f'ff. Co. )L'uionOhiQ.21 ly. NO PATENT NO PAY.

to the Eau Gallio, Fridn'1, ,
Independent movement. Mr. Che- Obtained for Mechanical: do
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** Ruker's iilu: Monday STAXDAUU OIL CO. ,--I Is the. BEST.\o pre &'atios. PATENTS vices ,
Compounds .
Desiipu.nnd
y answers this in letter to ..
comment .
a Fort Pierce, Wednesday,. 9, PAYSONS Used lib an j tUan tnior m ik- Label All preliminary examinations

the Economist, from which we extract as D. W. McQuAiG, L' Inganyfabnc.l'uoularf.rdtl Uve,,'orknn linen. ReoiTedCra-- is to pat.iitability of inventions, free. Our
follows Cleveland, : : Ohio. ..30..v t DQlU KI>.U. & IMptoua.JuJd "Guide for obtaining I'atento" is rent free
: Tax Collector, Brevard County, Fla. .," INK V Establlsh.M)7...... by all everywhere. Addre&d LOC1S BAGGE1t.tCO.
"You llc Oct. 25,1SS3. August: 3o. IS Cin lnulbtsstwwn.re a ary a e '.\'. :Solicitors of raluitd.Yaahiugton, D.C.
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to and extreme horror: my Recent Legal Decisions. I irtl
_' For Our Youth. my surprise the litigation which will finally Harem.
father aroupf the corner, and immediately -
came adjust the conflicting claims of all -
J stepping up to the stranger "SHIPPING-DELAY TO DELIVER parties to the suit. Plaintiffs' counsel "The gates of the Abode of Bli-i

FRUITS RIPE AND GREEN. shook his band warmly and assisted him FREIGHT-"PERILS OF THE SEA._ denounces the jur'sprudenc said Mrs. Newman, ""dosed....':
bitterly
I to our house near by.I A. & Co. owned a cargo of barley in which has so signally misconstrued a after I had entered the bfid A

could enjoy no more play that after- France, and shipped it by B. & Co.'s provision of law, and thus enables an long corridor opened into. the a .

.Apple noon but, when tea time came, to schooner to London, and the bill of enjoined defendant by means of an apartment of the harem. It was :.

EAting.aeer.Boy same.. my great relief the stranger did not lading provided for save delivery, insignificant bond of $-300 to continuein nished with gorgeous tapestry Wand

Walketh lame. recognize me, but remarked pleasantly "the perils of the sea" excepted. The the performance of his illegal acts, sumptuous satin furnitura- .

Curleth lower to my father as he .introduced : vessel, in sailing up the Thames, collided thus 'provisionally chastising crime ious design. The curtained windo*

Pain immense "Such a fine boy was surely worth the with a steamship and was sunk ; and In advancing these views, looked down upon blooming garf
; wrong.
On the Boor I saving 1"How the collision resulted from the schoon Ranged about the chamber in
Prostrate and in advocating a construction under vaiio
tenae. the words cut me to the quick !
er's helm being put to starboard, but attitudes were a score of
which a defendant, in such an injunc- womb:;:
,
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Paj>a cometh. My father had often told me the storyof '
not from any negligence on her part, Some were seated on divans and
of the of
Caneth boy. tion, would be deprived right _
a friend who had plunged into the
Mamma runneth. and there was no finding whether or were kneeling. Thirteen of them
counselhas
dissolving the same on a bond vea
For a toy. river, to save me, as I was drowning, not the steamship was at fault. An the wives of the Pasha. A
lost sight of the fact that on fur- cloud'fl.
TelephonealL when an infant, and who in con- action was brought for the loss of negro servants attended to their
bond of $oOO wantL
nishing an insignificant ,
For Doctor Screw. sequence of a cold then taken, had recovered
the barley, and the plaintiffs I could speak but a few
Doctor cocuethj these plaintiffs, have suddenly, without words of
been made a cripple by inflammatory -
P.D.Q. I on the ground that the collision was Arabic, but we were at home
warning, and for an indefinite time, On tile
rheumatism ; and this was the one of "the perils of the sea." An subject of dress, which has a universal
.
Brisk coafrication and checked the defendant
paralyzed
I had made butt of ridi-
Urchin hollers man a appeal was taken to the Court of Appeal language of its own among
from the pursuit of a calling useful to women
Hot application. cule and a laughing stock for my com- where the judgment in the case- All the women had large
long-lashed
Fee, three dollars. panions commerce and profitable to himself, in
Woodly vs. Michell-was given in favorof and lustrous eyes, and dark
I anticipation of a judgment which may oeIJ.
EsvoT.I Experiment In Feeding Pigs. the defendants. Brett, L. J. in the chiseled features. Their customs
deny him that right but which may, were
For the children. Heaven sent thee, judgment, said : "In a case like this magnificent, and
strangely
Fruits kind of .. on the other hand maintain him in the fashioned
a new nepenthe. Last spring; at the Iowa Agricultural -
it was only necessary for the plaintiffsto of rich satins and loaded
They'll eschew unrippened dummies. with .
pursuit of that identical business. ornaments
College was tried an experiment
If you cater to their "tummies." prove non-delivery of the cargo, and of gold and jewels and
'' Further consideration of the subjecthas garland
Buy them rife fruit as you "orter which developed some points of interest the defendants could only answer in of Their head
pearl.
"Peaches. ,three quarts for a quay Six shotes were fed in two lots one led us to the conclusion that our dresses were of
this
that
ter. one way-shewing non-delivery silken held
gauze, by bands of
-Lije. Jot receiving only shelled corn fifteen t I I caused excepted in reasoning in this opinion is thoroughly : gold and
was by something surmounted by graceful ostrich
pounds per day, the other the same the bill of lading. This bill of lading supported by a formidable array of i silk feather
trousers
Little had been told not to authorities." They wore and silver slip.
harry
weight of corn meal moistened with '
the of the
perils sea.
excepted only
and their
bathe in the mill-pond; but as he was water. After continuing the ration VIOLATION OF ORDINANCE-RIGIIT per, finger nails were tinged
But unless collision withoutthe
a occurs
with To
climbing over the fence back of his four weeks two pounds were taken TO AUR sT.-In an action for false yellow. an elderly lady,very
, fault of either vessel it is not 'a
in her
house be saw other in bathing imprisonment the defendant defendedon queenly movements, implicit
boys from each ration and the place supplied I peril of the sea' within the meaning of 1
and the temptation was too much for with the same weight of oil meaL I the ground that the arrest by himas obedience was yielded by the other)
these words in bill of
i : a English lading.
him. He was careful however to police officer for the violation of The air of the apartment was heavy
When wrote corn and corn meal were i On the finding of the jury in this case a a
keep his head dry, so as not to arouse fed alone the cost of pork per poundwas the defendants must fail, as they have city ordinance, was just and proper. with the perfume of sandal wood. A

suspicion when he returned to his 243: cents and 31-10 cents when the only found that the schooner was not The point relied upon by plaintiff was crowd of colored servants brought in

mother. But she immediately tasfa oil meal was added the cost was reduced Xow the moment it that as the arrest was made without a cigarettes and sweetmeats and coffee
him with having disobeyed her. negligent. appears warrant it unless madeat and of the delicacies I was pressed to
to 2 cents and 21.5 cents in the there collision between was unjustable,
was a a sailing
"Why mother," said he, taking off corresponding lots. Corn is here vessel and a steamship the Court is the time of the commission of the partake. The eating of these dainties

his hat, "look at my hair; it wouldbe valued at 35 cents, com meal tIll bound to take note of the rule that it is offense and in the presence of the officer. and gossiping with each other is the
wet if I had been swimmin' bushel and oil The recovered sqle occupation of these women of the
cents per meal at 1} the duty of the sailing vessel to keeep plaintiff a judgment, I
"Yes son but how comes and the defendant harem. They live in luxurious bond
my ; your per pound. It was observed that the her course and the duty of the steamship carried the case-
shirt wrong side out?" "Oh why," pigs would eat their mess of moistened Wahl vs. Walton-to the Supreme j age, in blissful ignorance of the out.
of if
to keep out her Even
-faltering, then gleefuly-"Oh, I meal in eight minutes while it took there was no negligence way.on board of Court of )Minnesota where an affirm- side world. I longed to reveal its beauties

turned that getting over the fence." the others twenty-two minutes to eat the the schooner, there must have been ance was had. The Chief Justice, Gil- and possibilities to them,but could

"Oh, you did, 'did you? Well, then, shelled corn. In this experiment, some on board of the steamship, and it fillan in the opinion said : "A peace i converse only by gestures. Before I

one good turn deserves another. And with pork at $).(;.'), corn meal fed to is clear that a collision which happens officer may, by our statute, without left a baby Pasha was shown to_me.

the wails from little Harry told that pigs returned $1 per bushel and whole in of negligence on either warrant, arrest a person : 1. For a Its mother looked like a veritable!
he had been turned to a horizontal corn 93 cents. consequence public offense committed in his pres- 'Sleeping Beauty.' The interest shown'
vessel cannot be said to be'a peril of the
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position. This in the 2. When in the baby and the mother by the other
I experiment points same sea' within the meaning of these wordsin ence. a person has committed -
.* SOP REVISED-How THE CANINEAND direction as the one reported some i a bill of lading." a felony, although not in his' pres- women of the harem was to me a beau-

THE ROOSTER SECCRED TUE weeks ago, that about feeding ensilage CORPORATION-QUORUM OF BOARDA ence. 3. When a felony has, in fact tiful evidence of the universal sister-

BULGE ON RE1. AnD.-A dog and a to fattening steers. It will be remembered -! )!.\J01ITY.-A public officer was t been committed, and he has reasonable. hood of women."

rooster who worked the Damon and that in this case the steers that removed by a vote of two members of cause for believing the person arrested .

: Phythias racket were traveling togetherone were fed ensilage gained sixty-four the proper Board, one voting in the to have committed it.I.. On a Amber !In the Baltic Province.

summer, and finding no wayside inn pounds more than those fed hay. It negative. The Board was composedof I charge made upon reasonable cause

en route wherein to rest at night, took is not to be inferred that this increased live member, but two of them had of the commission of a felony by Some very interesting researches have

up their abode on the soft side of a tree. result is due to greater nutritive valueof been prohibited in certain proceedings the person arrested. At the common recently been made on the flora of tie

The fowl flew readily to a leafy branch ensilage, but rather that the succulent at law from acting in the meetings of l.iw a constable might, without war- amber-bearing formations. East Prussia -

near the top, but the dog; remarkingthat ensilage had the effect of increasingthe the Board. The officer argued that rant, arrest fqr a breach of the peace by Messrs. Goeppert and Men(t.
"it heathen climb digestibility of the fed with it. committed in In ancient times there must have been
was a up there, corn the power of removal could not be exerted his view. But it was
laid down en root and slept the sleep of It is well-known fact that two animals by a majority of the bare quorum well settled that hi case of an offense in this part of Europe a group of conifers -

a democrat. will sometimes eat the same amountof the quorum of this being a majority of not a felony the arrest must have been comprising specimens from almost

At early dawn the rooster waked and grain, and the one will gain in flesh the members.: The Supreme Court of made at the time of, or within a reason- all parts of the world. Among the

tooted his calliope as only a rooster can.By and the other not. In certain condi- California, in affirming the judgmentof able time after, its commission. Now, splendid specimeds of the California

his noise, which indeed was louder tions of digestive organs the power to removal in this case-the people ex though the offense here was done in the conifers were the redwood, the sugar-

than the bark of the dog-or the tree assimilate nutriment is so impairedthat rel. Flint vs. Warrington-through presence of the officer he did not make pine and the Douglass spruce; and of

for that matter-he attracted the attention no more is used than just what is Judge Sharpstein, said : "A quorum the arrest for two hours, and there was the example of the Eastern States were

of a fox, who was in search of sufficient to keep up the ordinary properly constituted has the full powersof no difficulty or interference to excuse the bald cypress, red cedar, thuya and

his morning meal, and who viewed operations of life. It seems highly a Board, and a majority vote thereof the delay. The power to arrest without the pinus rigida ; from the eastern

with delight the prospect of rooster on probable that the increased gainin will validate its acts. When an as- warrant while it may in some cases be coasts of Asia were the Chilian incense -

toast"Ah the pigs fed a small quantity of I sembly is duly met it is clear law that useful to the public, is dangerous to the cedar, the parasol fir, the arborvitae

my pretty bird," said he, "how oil meal with their corn was due to i the corporate act may be done by a citizen, for it may be perverted to pur- the glyptostrobus and the thuy-

useful you are. Will you come down.. the superior digestibility of the mix majority of those who have once regr- poses of private malice or revenge, and opsis ; and the Sooton fir,'the spruce

an
alarm clock ? Come down ; it is raining ; Nebraska Farmer. not aware of any case in which the arrest cannot be justified, and the litris of Southern Africa. It appears

you'll get wet. contrary has been held, and must regard judgment against the officer must that the deposits of amber for which

"Does it rain hard ? smiled the Scraps. the law as well settled that in a stand.-Philadetyh ia Iteco I. the Baltic is noted are the product of

fowL -An advocate of corporal punishment case like this the action of a quorum is generations of these resin-bearing trees.

"Don't move," said the fox. "A for children said : "The child the action of the Board, and that a The richest deposits are situate along a

bird that will make such tough puns when once started in a course of evil majority of the quorum present could The Amazons of Kurdistan. strip of coast bet weenMemel andDantsic,

must, according to the proverb 'toughs. conduct, is like a locomotive on the do any act which a majority of the though the real home of amber has been

from the tough,' be unit for my pur wrong track-it takes a switch to getit Board, if present might do." The women of Kurdistan are statedto supposed to lie in the bed of the Baltic,

poses. Why, I believe you're so tough off." IXJCXt.'TIOX-D.uIAGES--. be strongly opposed to the census, between Boruholm and the main laud.

that if you were a hen you'd lay hard -A colored girl in Atlanta, Ga., was -Certain person, who composed the and even disposed to resist the curiosity It rests upon cretaceous rocks,and consists
boiled eggs. You're a-" of the enumerators with their lives. chiefly of their debris forming a
knocked over by an engine, and in a "Branch Pilots' Association of Xew ,
Just then the dog awoke,and strikingthe few minutes got up as if nothing un-- Orleans, got an injunction to restrainone According to intelligence publishedin popular mixture known as blue earth,

fox on the collar button, sent him usual had happened, and looking after of its members from piloting ves- the Indian papers they have for the which appears to exist throughout the

to his halo, thereby deducing the moral the engine, said : "You's got a heapob I sels in or out of that port independentlyof moment entirely frustrated an attemptto province of Samland at a depth of 80 to

that it don't pay to vituperate a politeness for to serve a lady that the association, and from violatinghis take a census among them in Rizan, 100 feet, and to contain an almost' inexhaustible

rooster. way !1"THE obligations as a member whilst a although the census officers were supported supply of amber. Immense

"OLD RATTLEBOXES." A writ- SUPERFLUOUS XEORO.-For i suit against him to compel him to perform by the military. The women of quanties of amber are washed out to

ter in the Cottage Herald tells the the past few days the blasts on the his duties was pending. This several villages, "Jive hundred fair and sea from the coast or brought down by.

following story of how a thoughtless Union street excavations have been' preliminary injunction was dissolvedon strong," marched out in a body and rivulets and cast up again during

boy was punished for calling discharged by electricity, wires running :. the motion of the defendant, it appearing attacked the troops, who, whether storms or in certain winds. The actual

names : some two hundred feet off. It will be by the complaint in the case- actuated by fear or gallantry, turned yield by quarrying is 250,000 to 300.0W

A number of us school children were remembered that the holes are drilled Leirue vs. Michell-in the course of the and fled. It is added that the Turkish pounds a year, or five times the quantity -

playing by the roadside one Saturday by a steam drill. A negro man stood defendant, if persisted in, would cause authorities will find it no easy task to estimated to be cast up by the

afternoon, when the stage-coach drew watching the operation yesterday, andas the association an irreparable injury, overcome the resistance to an inquisi- waves on the strip of coast above men

up to a ighboring tavern, and thepasengers the blast was discharged by a young exceeding the sum of $?000. An appeal torial visitation of their homes by the tioned. .

alighted. As usual, we lady, with the greatest ease, he shook I was taken to the Supreme Courtof Kurdish women who are rather famous I

gathered around to observe then his bead sadly, sayjng, "Xo use for : Louisiana, where the dissolution of for their Amazonian prowess. Those I -The sweeping of Paris'streets, according -

Among the number was an elderlyman de nigger anyhow now ; dey drill. the injunction was sustained. Judge who are familiar with the details of the' to the latest oflicial returns,

with a cane, who got out with de holes wid a steam engine and Poche, in the opinion, raid ; "It strikesus Turco.Russian war of ISoo will remember : costs 5,234,01)0) francs. The number of

much difficulty, and when on the shoot off de blast wid a, 'lectri light. that, tested by the allegations of the the Kurdish lady who went to Con- persons employed in the work is 301,

ground he walked in the most curious Xigger no good,cept to load de holes." complaint, the damages suffered by the stantinople at the heal of 1COO(; horsemen including $20 sweepers, 2010 "auxiliary

contortions and queer variations of The Princess Mary, Duchess of plaintiffs can be m asured in money, of her own raising in support of sweepers" and ISO foremen. Tie

gait. His feet turned one way, his Teck, commonly known in England as and are therefore not irreparable, and the national cause, anil iwradeil and sweepers receive 100 francs a month,

knees another, and his whole body Fat Mary, set the example of ridingthe an injunction cannot be sustained handled these troops with much effect and the auxiliary sweepers 30 cen-times

looked as though the different memberswere tricycle. Now Victoria has ordered where a compensation in money will before the Turkish military authorities. per hour. The total cost of maiatafc-

independent of each other, and two machines for her young be sufficient. By the very means of .. ing, cleansing and repairing the road

everyone was making motions to suit granddaughters, the Princesses of E ot:ervation through which plain- -The price of in ways is 8,402,000\ francs a year, and of
gas English
and I
itself.I Hesse; the Princess of Wales gave her tiffs have detected and are able to Irish cities 1000 feet is he pavements and crossings I,2t53,0u0
per as follows
unthinkingly shouted, Look at daughter one for her birthday pre- enumerate the acts of defendant in. Dublin, 90 cents ; Belfast, HO C cents: i francs, or 9,767,209 francsa1together.

old rattlebones!" while the poor man sent ; the Princess Louis rides, andhundreds I boarding vessels and piloting them Plymouth, 60 cents Leeds .;
; 44 cents could
turned his head with of of ladies have afforded -A Hot Springs man, who
an expression followed the they are an efficient mode of Carlisle, CO cents ti-i
; Manchester mortgaged
pain which I can neverforget. Just then fashion. computing the damages which defen- cents; Birmingham, 30 cents. I never afford to take a newspaper,
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! ': _- OOOD-BYE OR HOWDY-DO;' I turn,the captives loose to spread the'in Drift.Canada ; and to three heaped tablespoonfuls of The Wonders of Mexico.

fection. I' mint add two of pounded sugar. ; let it -
has imitated Delaware and I There is a wonderful salt lake, situ

& -b1 or howdjdoot A'very interesting exhibit at the coming now has a whipping-poet r main a few minuteweIl, mixed together ated 130; miles west of Albuquerque, in
odds"etWJn the two? and pour over it gradually six
'' the Institute Fair in Boston will be
; recordin New
in-every dayB. There are 13,000 mortgages on Mexico, and about fifty miles
tablespoonfuls of good vinegar. It is
friend first to go away- made by the Willimantic Thread Company Linn county, Oregon. from the Arizona line. The lake fa
, of hands you arutber hold who will show the of better to make the sauce an hour or two
in lOUd old, process The wood pavement' is to be givenup located upon the top of a volcano mountain -
,VSitheir weight. ? spinning and cotton and silk before dinner, so that the vinegar may
Spi their grip while jcwmn, you.- spooling in London. It has not only failedto and evidently occupies an extinct
be with mint. The addition
the impregnated -
'SIr entire process being manipulated by realize the promised advantages, crater. It is, perhaps, threequartersof
howdy-doand women operatives; and even the en- to Professor of three or four tablespoonfuls of mile in diameter
but it has led, according a and is so strongly
fla like laugh aDd cry; gineer, who is to run the engine to the liquor from the boiling lamb or the
X!des jest and Tyndall's report, to serious affections of impregnated with salt that the crust of
beat
ud births, and worst furnish roast is an improvement.
Desthl' ed their contr wriest: power, will be a woman.A the eyes and lun s. pure white salt, of a spongy consis-

SrtTJtaglia*weddin' benSlIeerin' ,, new electric light regulator has Some good Methodists in Bridgeville, GREtH PEA SOUP. Take some I tency, like floating ice, encrusts the

some funeral knell- been invented young turnips, carets, onions, celery
up by' M. TommasL Selenium -
:: that their meeting It is
and there's your sigh.gowdy .- N. Y., are unwilling margin. so plentiful that it is
mv- o song and then good-by I 1 I is the principal agent as the re- house spire shall have a bell which cabbage, lettuce ; cut them in slices and carried away by the wagon load. It

sistance of that substance varies with put them in a stew-pan, with a little
raised at sociables has
was paid for by money long been used by the Indians.
rood.by or howdy-do- the butter and some lean ham cut in pieces.
5&1 intensity of the light. As yet the
Jibe same to ine and you; where there was dancing to the ungodly The salt is whi'e, of the purest qualityand

_'Sn't worth while to make no fuss, instrument is only adopted for fixing music of a fiddle. Cover them closely and let them stew destitute of sand or any foreign

the position of the flame on the Jab- for a short time. Fill up with stock
Aga one jrunninnthis concern -The Cincinnati hens Journal, baying ingredient. The texture is porous, like

That's got nothia else to learn- lochkoff candle, but perhaps the inven- probably canvassed the town de- sufficient for the soup required, and let congealed white foam.

i' he's willin we'll howdy-do pull through? : tor may be able later to fit it for the clares that if it were put to vote to-day it boil until the vegetables are quite The most curious feature of this lakeis

S good-by or of the other soft, adding a few leaves of mint and
!y regulation arc lights.M. two-thirds of the fashionable society of a tall column or monument snaped
J I. Margis, of Paris, has succeeded the crust of a roll ; pound all, and hav-
Washington, male and female, would formation, which rose up near the cen-
I .. Tsble Fowl- in ing boiled a quart of as as
: :v obtaining oxygen directly from the peas green
vote for a monarchy and titles and ter to the height of 100 feet, and which
x I atmosphere by dialysis. By forcing air you can, strain them off and pound
stars and garters. appeared to be composed of white lava,
through a series of membranous bags them also. Mix them with the rest of
-The idea that lightning is not so -- thrown up by some ancient convulsion
It is an admitted fact that the ma- I prepared by immersing taffeta in ether the ingredients and pass through a
destructive as it used to be in the during some ancient period. The out-
jority of the American people indulge sulphide of carbon or alcohol, and cover- sieve. Heat it and season it with salt,
network of
United States, because the side of this singular column, is sloped
too freely in pork as a meat food. Andit J ing with a fine layer of caoutchouc, he railroads and telegraph wires lessens pepper and sugar ; add a few young from the base toward the. top, and was

true that the major num- boiled and use the spinach to restore -
is equally has secured an increase of the per- peas,
the number of accidents, is met by the rough enough to enable it to be &3-
ber of farmers and market poulterers centage of in respect to nitrogentill it.THE.
oxygen
record of the summer. Fatal thunder- cended. On reaching the top of the
very indifferent as to the quality of the fourth bag gives 93; cent. of REASON why cabbage emits ;
are per
bolts have never been more common.A cone the interior was found to be hollow -
poultry flesh they send to market. One pure oxygen. f i such a disagreeable smell when boilingis *
bill to create the office of Lieu- like a tube, and at the bottom :
class of our poor people see nothing The greenhouses of the Dutch gar because the process dissolves the :
there
tenant Governor is now before the was seen a circular pond of water
:tempting in the poultry line to induce deners have been recently infested by a essential oil. The water should be
with emerald color in
Legislature of Georgia. The recent bright green appearance -
them to become lovers of chicken flesh myriapod, heretofore unknown, called changed whin the cabbage is half
death of Governor Alexander II. probably to be attributed to
and the othe r do not endeavor to produce the Fontarie gracils, which has the sin- cooked, and it will thus acquire greater the sun which
Stephens in office brought up the sparse rays penetratedthe
a fowl that will be universally gular faculty of emitting a strong edor sweetness.
necessity for such for an officer to fill huge tube, and were reflected from i
considered excellent for the table. of prussic acid when attacked. A PARSNIPS SOMTES.-Parsnips are '
the remainder of the term without the the smooth, mirror-like surface of
If.we take any of the fancy bred var- chemist of the country, M. Gulden- and disturbance of elec- put on the fire in water, and they are water. On the projecting sides of the
cost a special
. ieties of poultry there is hardly one i steeden-Egeling, has ascertained that I done at the first boil. Skim them and
". tion. interior of this bowl were found no in-
except the game, which is'what may the animal really fabricates and secretes slice them across, and set on the fire crustations of salt on the surface like

be considered a first-class table fowl. lydrocyanic acid. This substance has -The Rev. A. P. Rapper, D. D., with a little butter and salt till brown,
that the outside but
on on thrustingthe
The-Dorking, though having a national hitherto been regarded as exclusivelyof figures out a steady decrease in the Add a little parsley chopped fine, turn hand into the water and withdrawing -

reputation, is almost tabooed from the vegetable origin. lopulation of China. He says the pre- into the dish and serve.
it, the hand came out perfectly :
account of being sent mumber of inhabitants cannot exceed A DELICIOUS SALAD is made by "
poul ner'S yard on Ferns, of which several thousand I white from particles of salt that ad-

tender and difficult to rear in this coun- species have been described, formed a 300,000,000. Chief among the boiling new beets without scraping hered to it. It
was evidently a very
try. The Asiatic, as now bred, carries very important part of the earth's vegetation causes of the diminution is opiumHe them. When they are tender, droph strong brine.

of feathers while believes the population of India 'm in cold water remove the skin,
enormous: quantities in early geological ages, as is There is also a desolate, arid plain
their breasts are almost devoid of flesh, apparent from remains brought to lightin will soon exceed that of China, the slice them and put them in a salad composed of lava 100 miles in width,

and present little more than a heap of the coal fields. They now grow all latter ceasing to be the most papule dish in layers with slices of bard-boiled situated beyond the Organ mountains,
,
bones when placed on the table, while over the world, but especially in the us country on the globe. eggs ; season with pepper and salt, a so called because the basaltic columns

,their skins are terribly course. warm and moist climates. In the Antilles -New k York furniture dealers, discussing little butter and vinegar.
rising up, as seen at a distance, resem-
The Plymouth R ck has been bredin they comprise about one-tenth of the passage of an act for the TAPIOCA CUP PUDDING.-This is
ble the pipes of The
an organ. great
few above the natural protection of dealers who sell on the light and delicate for ivalids. An
the past years the vegetation; in Oceanica, about one- very plain beyond is about eight"miles west
if other would installment plan, say that were the in- even tablespoonful of best tapioca
size. This alone, no ; fourth or one-fifth: ; in St. Helena, one- of Las Cruces. It is entirely destitute
the of its flesh. I stallment plan abolished business would soaked for two hours in nearly a of
detract from quality third ; in Juan Fernandez one-half,and cup of water, which has to be conveyed by,

The Houdan is fast being changed, by in England, one-thirty fifth. fall off 50 per cent., and it would also new milk ; stir into this the yelk of a to:e crossing inhospitable waste.

them for exhibition be the means of delaying many mar- fresh a little a grain of salt,
those who breed M. Morin's new electric candle can be egg, sugar But the remarkable thing about this

, into an ornamental fowl. The Cre- extinguished and relighted at any time. riages and preventing some. When and bake it in a cup for fifteen minutes.A desert is an immense stratum of gypsum

bird of Bendall &; Co. began selling on this little jelly be eaten with it.
vecaeur is also becoming a This is accomplished by the use of a may of selmite of a pure white color, and

plumage, and is difficult to raise. The piece of soft iron, which is attracted bya plan in 1804 the matrimonial market A XOTED CATERER tells this story : when seen at a distance resembles a

Spanish will never answer fora flattened solenild. Fixed on the same began to boom. Marriage have increased If green peas are shelled and then put huge snow drift The gypsum bed is

table fowl as they are utterly axis as the piece of iron is a cam, which with the increase of this in dry, open-mouthed bottles, and several miles in extent, and is in suffi-

and business. A young couple, the shaken together so as to: as little
useless for the rough wear determines the distance at which the occupy cient abundance to furnish a supply for

tear of the farmyard. The carbons stand from each other.A i male half of which receives only $10a space as possible, then corked tightlyand all purposes for which it is used, to the

> Hamburgs, Leghorns and Polish are plaid dress to be a success requires week, can't afford to go to boarding.But sealed, they will keep three or four inhabitable globe. There are other rerkable -

too small for the food mat ket. and do much care in the making.' You can how can they go to housekeeping months. They must, however, be m\ physical in the
appearances
not take on fat kindly. Farmers could tell a plaid dress made by an artist at a without furniture? They solve the buried in dry earth in the cellar. Thisis r-gion mentioned scarcely known to

not be induced to breed them for theireggs. glance. Give a true hand a fabric of problem by paying a small amount to a certainly worth trying. the outside world. It is a scene of won-

therefore make and will dealer who does business on the install- FRUIT CAKE.-A good common
only. We are compelledto this pattern to up, you ders.-Las Vedas Optic.

arrive at the conclusion that amongthe have it sent home so judiciously mingled ment plan.-..Yetcj.The. sort of fruit cake is made of five cups 1

many varieties of poultry we have with a plain silk matching one of the Cuisine.'- of granulated sugar, three small cups How Ideas Come.

not yet succeeded in breeding one I dark colors of the plaid, that you would I of butter, one cup of milk, six eggs, -

which nuy te: considered a prime table never take it for the same dress made A RICH TOMATO Socr.-Take eight one wineglass of wine and one of A certain lawyer justifies his pet

fowl--American Poultry Journal.Scientific. by an inartistic person. Some of the good-sized tomatoes, cut them in half, brandy, ten CUP3 of flour, two nutmegs hobby, which is carpenter work, not

most stylish checks are box-plaited from. put them into a saucepan with a bunchof grated, two pounds of raisins, one merely by the healthy relaxation of
1 of currants and
pound English one
gist down, every three plaits or so sweet herbs and an onion stuck full quarter of a pound of citron. This nervous tension and exercise of muscleit

hav.u an-plaits of silk or satin inserted of cloves, some allspice, whole pepper cake keeps well. brings him, but chiefly because he

.Steel nails are the latest novelty.The around the lower half of the skirt. and salt Cook them slowly until quite works out his legal problems, plane in

weight of the female cranium is These plaits are sometimes made of soft, then strain through a strainer or A Good Indian Robbed. hand. Old law reading comes back to

about one-seventh less than that of the velvet or woolen material. hair sieve until the skins and onions and him then, out-of-the-way recedents recur -

male. J 1 t herbs only are left behind. Have a An Indian of the Piute tribe settled to mind, the very text of the law

Cham- Clips.ll,3tj.S quart of plain stock boiling hot. Stir on a piece of land in an out-of-tbe way- book is never so clearly before him as
The effort made in the French ]
the tomatoes into it, add the yelks of corner, about forty miles from San then. lIe has a glimpse of the column
ber to
to force the railroad companies i acres in London parks.
used in this' two eggs beaten up in a little cold water. Bernardino, Cal., on the head of Rock and page, and the veryparof the pageon
adopt cars similar to those
AVurtemberg, Germany, has over Serve with sippets of toast or fried Creek, in a place where he found some which is some needed citation for
country was defeated.
8000 breweries. bread. water, and as he supposed was safe which he would otherwise have long to

According to Eggertz: steel made Several new comic operas have re- CORNSTARCII BLANC-MAROEmay be from intrusion. He built here for him- seek. Nor is it only memory which
from an iron containing so small a pro-
cently been brought out in Europe.A varied almost indefinitely by adding self and squaw a little hut, carrying all works when he is half engrossed,with
portion 0.5 cent of is
as copper
per "mysterious" disease is reportedto material his back for the the affairs of his handicraft.
found fruit to it. Stir the fruit in after the the on same, Original .
to be worthless. be killing off a great many horses in .. -
pudding is cooked and is just ready to and fitting up quite a comfortable home. thought arise and ingenious devices and
Dr. Sturtevant has made an examination -
of the depth to which the roots of Utah.The I be poured in the moulds. It is deli- lIe worked for fifty cents a day and clever combinations take shape of them- .

the potato One root was foundto Nashville iron furnaces have cious also with chocolate in ; when you earned sufficient money to get some selves. The case works itself out, and

reach thirty-four run. inches below the all teen making money, many of them use four tablespoonfuls of cornstarch, seed barley, and at infinite labor pre- mental labor is only pleasurable exertion -

surface which to indicate the handsome profits.A use two of chocolate, pour in teacups pared his land and put in a crop and just as his amateur handiwork is.

seems soda-water fountain in a Brooklyn which you have first wet with cold patiently worked and watched his Hawthorne composed walking. Musicians -
necessity of soil for the successful -
a deep J candy store exploded a few days water. A nice sauce for this is made growing crops, upon which he was de- are seized with ideas, and modern
growth of the
Dr. Paul Gussfeldt potato.who had under- ago and broke the proprietor's arm. by beating one egg and adding milk pending for life. A short time since playwrights seize upon others' ideas at

taken to ascend the, the -Silence is golden, and the modern and sugar to your taste ; a very little he went with his squaw to hunt down the most unexpected moment. Businessmen
Aconcagua
philospher observes three spherical sec- vanilla improves it, and still does not deer ; he was gone but a short time, have been known to depend upon
highest of the Chili Cordilleras
peak tions of it over every pawnbroker'sdoor. i disguise the chocolate flavor. and upon his return he was confrontedby : their meditations at dead of night for
16.934 metres failed to accomplishthe
), LAMB PIE.-Choose a nice lean a scoundrel who had jumped his I a sound review ef the present and the

he succeeded task owing in to the extreme instructive cold, but -E. and ".. llenshaw, who vanquished breast of lamb, cut it into pieces, roll little farm and stood in the door of his forecast on which they base their plans.

taking some the Messrs. Clark at lawn ten- each piece in flour and place them in a house with a pistol and threatened to When we are hurried we long for rest.
photographs remarkable I I
of
region. a very ', nis at AVimbledon, are twin brothers. pie-dish with one pound of potatoes shoot the owner if he dared to claim to "think over things" and decide rationally -

-The Russian town of Yekaterin- peeled and cut in quarters ; season with what by the most laborious toil he had ; but relieved from pressure we
Professor that the
electric Fritsch has found de- oslavskyvitch, recently destroyed by a pepper and salt, and pour in enough made for himself. The unfortunate "think of nothing*at all" Come the

organs of the torpedo are conflagration, is to be rebuilt on the old water to fill the dish. Make a crust Indian was driven from his home by moment for action, we settle in three

the veloped fifth from the outer gill muscles in of name, which was fireproof.The with three-quarters of a pound of flour, the scoundrel, robbed of everything he seconds the confusion of days, and, for
which
gill arch. These raysand I. German Government, for the six ounces of dripping or lard, and a possessed on earth, and the fellow who good or ill results, our plans are at least
lower
sharks form the powerful I encouragement of electric lighting, has pinch of salt ; mix to a paste with cold was guilty of this outrage is now harvesting clear. What is needed is not time nor

jawmuscles the electric are absent in the torpedo their, ordered the admission of Edison and water, roll out and lay over the pie ; the grain which the poor Indian will but rather the favorable moment

place.A apparatus taking Swan lamps on payment of nominal bake in a good oven for two hours; had produced by the hardest when there is harmony. Then, like

cover the crust with greased paper manual labor. If this outraged man : the electric message, thought is swift

Jiaii certain fungus (Archorion fatal schoen-cut- duties.A town in Ohio has adopted the when it is browned, to prevent its burn- appeals to the courts, there is no redressfor and sure. The idea which we have
) produces in rodents a i
habitual drunk him ; if he does as a white man long waited for arrives not as the cer
.an and plan of posting a list of ing.
I ous disease, and Drs. Joseph MINT S.\tcE.-Take fresh would do, and take justice into his own tain result of earnest thought, but as
'Crampe of ards' names in every saloon, so as to young
propose taking advantage hands then there would be an outcry the reward of thought, just as honor-
this field efficiency to the law prohibiting> mint, strip leaves from stems, wash, I ,
fact as a means of destroying give I I the and demand able fame is the*reward of noble
'I drain on a sieve dry them on a cloth against savage race a deeds
:ittioe. the sale of intoxicants to such personsIt 2 or .
the fungus
would
They 1
apply !
I' fine put in a sauce-tureen for their extermination. but not the certain result of them.
chop ,
Sothe skb of captured mar, and thei is said to work well. very ,







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There is an orange tree in Ilillsboro -


county Colombia_:which is county 45 feet farmer high.A has madeon tamsmTVTA .I IE. P1IPGTOP GUNS ;


three-eighths of an acre' of land $85 WE HAVE TIC

worth of .
syrup. < NEW RICH BLOOD largest and Best Eqnip3l Sri ry la fc: uc,'j I
Five mQes per month is the rate of ,

new rails being laid ,on the F. C. & W. And will completely change the blood In the entire system in three month Any per AND COXSEQUEJfTLY TILE t=ST 07 FAOUTIES FOR MANUFACTURINGTESTING
Railroad. ron who will take 1 PHI each night from 1 to 12: weeks may be restored to sound FIIULUlilS. WE IU"OUrE A.D
health,If such thing be possible. For curing Female Complaint these Fill have no
The.Mayor of Tallahassee visits the equal. Fhyslclan uo them la their practice. Sold everywhere or sent by moll for
bar-rooms on Sunday morning to see that I 25 ct*. In stamps. Send for pamphlet. I.S.JOHNSON Jb CO.. BOSTON [,\S:'!. OVER ONE MILLION{ I MILITARY RIFFS

they are closed. ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS.
*.... -OS ANODYNE LINIMENT wflltut.n- Which have been aJaftol and are in use la EVERY QUARTER O? TH2: CLUrrREMINGTON ,
DIPHTHERIA theM terribla diseases and will positively
ARttlVALS ft DEPAETDKES OF\I.\ILS. oct of ten. Information that will rave
i-nt flreo by man. IJoln.:1:1): a ttwtcui SHOT GUNS
From Enterprise to Titusvlile. better than CU1'JOHNSON'S \!.
Leave Enterprise Monday Wednesday and t
Friday at 5 a.in. ANODYNE LINIMENT tt ARE NOTED FOR TIlE GOOD RESLT.TS 0' T.tI D AT ALL RASOES. tic Rrtrj
Arrive at TitorvlUe Monday Wednesdayand :;eul'31t1a.ln1aenu.; Sore Lur.pt.Bleeding at the Lungs,Chronic{laarscnesi,IheUmr Comb.Whooping Conch. TO ANYBODY WIIO 1L\S L'SrD TU ;I.
}'ridayaU p.,m. Uiroole Kheumatism JjronJc Diarrhoea,Cbronie Dysentery.Cholera Jlorttu,Kiilaoy Trouble.!Hstas of t&o
Leave TitnsvUIe TUesday Thursday and Spine and Lame lact. Sold crer/whcre. Send for pamphlet to I.S.Jotrssos .t Co..,Bosrox Mxss.

Saturday Arrive at 5 Enterprise a.m. Tuesday. Thursdayand It is a wtn-known fact that mort of the | OUR HUNTING AND TARGET RIFLES
Saturday at 9 Horse and Cattle Powder fold in thi
p.m.
country ii wrrtUess that Sheridan'i MAKE HENS LAY
From Daytona to Titusville. Condition PowJcr II absolutely pare and i Have token HIGHEST AWARDS at inertia n:>! rrpcsi ocs, and PRINCIPAL PRI2TS in.
Leave litusvllle, Mondays, Wednesdays, varr valuable. Nothing on earth M
and Fridays at 5 a.m- win make bra lay like Sheridan's Condition Powder. Dose, one teL poonf\11 to each pint
txxL tolJ ercrj wtere, or salt by taut ior a ct*.la sumps I. S.Joiixiot&Co..POSTOX.MASS.
Arrive at Daytona, Tuesdays Thursdays,
and Saturday at 9 (' l\EMlNGTON (@ ]I\MS[
Mondays =:
Leave at Daytona 5 a.m., Wednesdays: and WALTON, 'VH .\KX: & CO.,

Arrive at TitnsviUe Tuesdays Thursday, ARE UNEQL'ALED ,FOR
and Saturdays at 9 p.m.

f Leave From Titnsvillc Titusvillc Tuesday to Eau and Gallic.Friday at PLQ.W BB.. ,JI) Strength, Simplicity, Durability, Range, Penetration.

5 a.Arrive in. at Eau Gallta Tuesday and Friilay Precision, Ease of Action and Rapidity of Fire.

nt 6 p.m.Leave.Eau Gallic Wednesday and Saturdayat Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure.

6 a.m.Arrive.
at Titusvillc Wednesday and Saturday
at.p.m. .I rRErAUEDEXl'KESSLYforthe use of the fruit and vegetable growers of E. REMINGTON & SONS
Florida. It will produce heavy but sound<< : healthy growth growing trees
MISCELLANEOUS.WANTED and will supply Inuring tress with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit. NEW YORK OFFICE, 281 & 2S3 BROADWAY.
11' WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables; a luxuriant growth and in the
latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity. ARMORY, ILION, N. Y. '

IT IS SPECLLLYRECOJLIIEXIE1) FOR PINE-APPLES. Kir SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATA1.OCtE.STORTi .


100,000 LIEN, WALTOX, V1IANN & CO., .

CAMPORGANS
: WOMEN AND CHILDRENTo Wilmington, Del.uAyntJ .

Atk arJ.l.li" ..1ftI..t.rr.n r,j tJn. $!'Jl1i' t'briny y
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JXO. AXDEKSOX. of Orrnoiu Agent for East and South Florida. iliar '
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t f;; Best Place to Buy. COLLINS! A Ct) o HARTFORD The Best now and manufactured.Most Popular Organs-/ .7 ;:' ;


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PIANOS & ORGANS.
, Established 1826.
f FIRST-CIASS in Tone. 'I'i.tti- R x.
We will save you money, give you the .
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f the selection deal with you fairly, and \ ..
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which no other house in the Union will ;

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lowest inures, is at J;, '' 0' '.
at possible g,-- -:?' ,: .: = MODERATE in Price. __._. -'

Ludden & Bates' ;. :.. i'J: i"' ._< _' WARRANTED for Five Years. ,.
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SOUTHERN -4 and most complete In the \vorM, in every particular. Our factory is one of the larcust
MUSIC HOUSE and
; our work is strictly arst-cla3s. We also have.
a fall line of tiC i'iauua,
leading and can furnish
any style a;the lou cat market price.

I Savannah. Ga.. and New Yorh. MA ACTURERS OF AGENTS WANTEDtWearcdesirous IntroducinjjrotirOKnnsttronga; :
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I I.; as or Savannah the House nearest central you.House.j Write us Of all sizes and prices from $5 to S30. Also, Plowing Machines. 203 NbRTH FIFTH ST., ST. LOUIS, MO.
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From lb Ws greats! Mm. p PuRr TiY E Tiiirty acres of land in the City Point'! Sop'ember 21. l :l. }

Hammock. Splendid new :galvanimi I NOTICE; i? herebygiven; that the lollowin -
PAR'ng ] ::-namcd "'rha.lilid( n-tk-e ofi
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Brought within th<* reach of all by our ,000 ILL Wire Fence around twelve r.cres.:: Five i his Intention to make lln-il proof In "-

Leading LOW Prices and Reliable and EASY Makers.Terms.Over Xiiw 300 $fj < Hundred young and healthy Orange; trees I f port of his claim(. and that said proof stipf .

Forty fearing will be made before .\. A. Mewart. clerk
different Aid will '.t. tree IVaxitiful liver
styles and prices Xo oth'rHouse rhinr thehi.4 1n tb*mln-
ici1T r.rhosthrNIIaathr.an.p- wbo
"on will .
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Auieiicaofieis such a mtniJic : ; Kcrenrir FcoliCcmrluntu .,I'IU.have ao.e i. t'h'c".th..I..111 p : acre< a.-* cane and banaita ,
or sent by cult far ri rwuce..u1I nUlheft. day November Cth; 1>:':;. vie: lw..
ut line of lirst-class instruments.cnicKeiing to teas I"'UIIII'" prod tor r. 4 idet. L JOHNSON 4c CO 'IOn.nI.*.. land there is in
:w the
--- state. Adjuunncr: Comstock of 5lelboanie. Fl.i.. I). !S.BSI,
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:: and Hallett & Davis Pianos; A TRIAL OF THE BALTIMORE JOBBER pv>iictiortunity for any one and trrof southeast Section 3 quarter, Township of northwest 2 S, lims"miar--

Mason & Ilamliu Packard Orchestral. ileiri jr to make good inve talent sis 3S c.at.IK .
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Palace, and Bay State Organs. 1l;vt'F. >c TitlI.t.'rfl'd.. } following witnes-e utprove .
l.-t It is the kvt Parties intending t<> purchase make continuous residence np.n, and
can
on inailc.
running i'l It i .
j-re < cultivation
a..trung :L. :U1I'n'>s made. ot"aid land viz: ..JUIIl',1or:
ALL OX E\!Y TCU3IS.:: 3 any >re.vi enquiries r. (?. W. Holmes or lIon. r.asett. Alden Dolton. C. W. nul!ton and ,'

:ide. 5th-Itwill take k-", .to kcepit in repair than 11l'r,.-.... made. Gth- (Last \':. H. Sharjv. For tcruia :md furter! George; Damon ol HelLourue. Fia.

The HOLIDAYS but not !1c:1.It co-t, Ktlian any tirj-t-cLii pre+. ruale.A' particulars suldrfcvH A. 1*. Perham Quit- -:: Sw I.. .\. KarMS.lleister .

man Ga. or 1;. 1'orham City Paint Fla.or I" y. I.ud Ollk'UAV \!.
Will soon be here and it's high time to ...
i-mfer with Peter
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think of selecting present for your wife. > Captain Wright of '\atata'.y.nte.ifor.. .... "1
TiLL
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Daughter, sister, or sweetheart Nothing { the fi:,t aailiiij strop ")!bt" who willwrry :-..>"tI '",phatu.w..Huutf4tnetlrr-Sranchlsuwo.fir Ii ).
can be better or more pleasHre-civing parties to the W.h. t Y!Mc.h a.: {)1Ie.IU SHIPPEN.U.S.N. AJtIro:_
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than Piano
a ,
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information valuable to intending and

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Dealers and Bogus. Makers. who are now + I I I I4i DIRECTORY, .
'y
deceiving buyers through ilamiug advci- : Gait.tinuvj the > .>
; weaut hunt. ?;i< -inf *-
tisemeutsandfalsestatcmeIts. Wo tx- I,
-'> the-
pose such frauds fully. Head our circulai -
s carefully. Address y I l Tderchant, rn.feional t t rusin.,...-.; men,
>- I and the principal fanner :ind laud ,

Ludden & Bates, Savannah, Ga. t t4 owners orange ,,ron. and phuttatitr ,j...
:, together with :t "

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Laud Office Gainesville, Fla. 1 /'
An.l how to reach them :uul utter :Jt1 I/1l-- I.. I
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intoriuatioa.Thwirajjortaiitwork i :
NOTICE is hereby that the fol .
;given: -
lowing-named settler has filed notico of L' ? t will be k-ivd ju.t. :
a.4M IIJU su the Ial.ur of .ltctiii?
his intention to make final proof in support ; -
of his claim and that said proof will and ci.iapiHsur: the tatti: ran tICoIrl' ''.;.
be made before Goftnty Jfidgeuf Brev.ird r l'L'hitl.| } Tu the biMiK-wi ('(,mmu' '"

county at Titusvillu, Via., on :Monday, nity this will lw the II/Ot ,"aln.J.1l.nk
December 10. 1853. viz: Geo. W. Idncr. z'r that has yet been puhiuLoIalxnitFlorihu

one of the heirs of Nancy tuner, deceased Price ?.",. to UoM by -ul!"(rij-
'Thomasville: Ga.,for the S E 4 of S E i riHLADELI'IHASINGER
Section 23, Township 23 S, Range 27 E. r i Sa MACHINE i tion.
He names the following witnesses EratB JNl' .t h-t"Tti.'Afi '
his continuous residence and EQU.tL. ? AXY SlX(5EI: i\ TIFF MAKKET 1 riigc with
prove upon 'I he above book-l). ]fsf ewih Nok $30: '
cultivation of said laud,viz: R. M. Black. cut represents the most 1.0,''t z r4.gentswanted
Asa Allen, ot Georgian, Fla., and ular style for the people which! we oifcri in every county, to
Peter Wi i ight and George Damon of Melbourne you fur the very low price of -S-JO. ire- !'whom liberal ttrm.will! bk; urren-!."s 1

member we do not ask you to nav until CUSHING & APPLEYARD Pubs.,
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U'< YESTERDAY.T' ...<,:i"7if J ge, but I :canlnever.. ,:,; :'say good-by, 'to. I Perhaps some day you-,will, understand I sight of the u familiar, ,writing.' ,she. ,.could.. '. Agricultural- .to

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,T' ABTBti& DUI oJT'. .' 't That3.
;; ', !igo1befoweryouworecanscareebefaded' tenderly, yet 'with the gentle Very sadly she dropped the tender nothing of Wilfred'Hare ;her trembling "* f '
". the seal ;, .,Sorghum is rapidly, growing h'faNorin
: mmrthat..hBd sorstartled' him just fingers could scarcely bleak ; :
little note intbfrinaiH>ox '
very drearily
. r064hWt.blushed, know; ; ,
_* Tha damask you sows And when she did the West, and this season witnessed
-
1iacJctb familiar roadto'hef
_*, dark locks brightly braided i she went
your '
()AJDOIIg(100 orgraYI'. II:k I "If, you so. will. you must go." home. Only; a wedding-card, the little note quite a large area devoted to it in.'this1-
tstytday =
.
.E utt'q'welve ). she had written-him the line ction. It possesses several advantages
and
'JS ,
r ( :-
f ,"r A moment, he stood'regarding So absorbed-was (Saidee, That she '
borthoursbackin fact, last night) her, 'shaking with'pain and disappointment I I did not seethe man walking ahead,who ;. SIt is but right I should.restore to other than yielding sugar, as the '
''
I M ed with : 1. youi'pledge.'' fodder from it keeps better than1'thatfrom l :
.* atoCthe} msareandght. ;a momentary passion swayed suddenly turned and paused, as if you }.
() sd
..'.*..* Into the cool 'veran ..- :1oved1iandI4S him, ;I,) a' fleeting, wavering impulse awaiting her. She started as she drew Wilfred Hare had proven himself com, not drying and'crumbling'"
,
tTtboti from uighfcyour! She read it she' broke into fit of .so readily. The seed is very valuable -
a
,
within mine yesterday. 1 but he quickly ,crushed th.m closer and perceived him, her ,first Impulse -
A'lPace. -- down. I hysterical laughter, and then, not know- also, being excellent for poultry weUJas
was to flee she shrank from the
:'twas not unpleasant: I ; did for fattening stock and the yield oa
,
ing what she she cropped "it aid
/ VI will do so, Saidee he repliedwith sad face that she felt :was so.like ,
f; Bww'tia one liki' last night' u, .. .., none ,
**"* v- -- i good soil is heavy. Altough the
>, I hers. went down and,out over the lawn, far very
'bnlr-wbjch, then clasped yours- atpMielOy 'scornful" emphasis; Wand since into the maple grove. Looking aheaddreamily agricultural department has been rid}) .,.
The. tlfc"I. yonTobject to' good-bye, let us make itgoodaftemopnX But it was to late. lie had retracedhis uled for its expensive' experiments .a? '
law
she Mark Yale
; ;, coming
.tying tape and sealing papers. : t steps to meet her and was now walking -'
The face o'er parchments frowns to-day da :. t.h .J i toward her. ,He had heard of this ; he, making sugar from sorghum, yet it f $-": '
beside yours yeejefday. This Ras their parting so'he left her at her side. tered and the
1Itwilled .... was ;coming: vaguely, with only the/ encouraged production ,
.
they "" striding out and, past the window by "Saidee," he said softly, "there are of with such peristency that
Sic transit gloria!so fade. t thought that he must comfort her. sugar, .
moments we have known; which she sat. not many days now. Do not send me the of this '
Th.magic She waited for him, she strectied out growing plant as a source;
The rirl*w loved. the friends we made'.. And this is the end of it all she away from you." from,which to has been..
UTWto dead from us are gone: the hand which still held the card.witb, procure sugar I :
And nothing left us but a gaze murmured;' "when he knew how I He made no effort' to cloak' his -ten-' a dreamy smile. firmly established in the *, I orthernc

Cast sadly on life's yesterdays. love him, ,when he knows how I would derness, either in word or loot lie -"Mark," she said "did you know. States,.the'final result, of:which will :ao;

> Ah the little love of yesternight,j- die for him. Oh Wilfred I my love, my had loved her from the happy time Wilfred was married ? Did you doubt be our independence of Cuba and,
beat not hearts BO kind and true when as children- they had .walked .
*" here bright, dearest, how could you leave me so I" ; know-" other tropical countries; for our,sugar
xo eyes (not even yours) so this road, she knew it and
i thoae in vanished hours we ktiew. It was not strange I that that ether together; She could say no more, the full real- supply, notexcepting'evenLoni. ,1ana. 't
Tye hath no such maidens to-day : it had once Wen the great r sorrow,,of Satesgrew'
earth the war'the Southern
time1 I should rise vividly before her ity had broke. During ;
No lips so rosy, no laughter so gay; ; her life that she could not, return this -
(AI when Plaucus,was Consul-yes; .day. ., that day six months ago, when, in this i I 1 i He had endured: much, he could, not : large crops'o ,sorghum, 'frosnwhich
,
..
-J j very room, in the first blissful realization love.Despite* endure the look on her face. With a syrup WHS made of an excellent-

Chameleon Like. of their mutual passion, he had the sting of his words, there sudden, uncontrollable impulse, he quality,but the art of ,crystallizing it;
, y awoke in her heart a pity for him,;such : not known at that time but with'
fallen on his knees before, her, and threw his arms around her and drew her was ;
Saidee., service Sir: Wilfred." solemnly affirmed[ 'th t, come what as she had never known before; a wild, to his breast. recent discoveries and improved'systems-
"At your ,
regretful longing that she could not =
, 'From the gay worsteds she was sorting would, no power on earth should ever "Oh, Saidee I forgive me, forgive me, of crush Ing.and evaporating there is no--*
have loved him sudden
' a mischievous separate him from, .her.. t ; a strange but I cannot see you so I" longer and difficulty in the way. The{
she looked.up/tfthl .
realization that she had wasted her
Minnesota Amber has been
expression befitting her words, yet underlying "If ever woman was sure of a man, 'affection that,this man's stanch So cried'Mark"Yale quite terrifiedat successfully'
loyal
,, wherever corn be
grown can produced,
his his
act striving vainly to loose
it a goodly'measure of the Saidee you are sure of mel" ,
heart worth hundred
was a such as Wil '
:
extensive bas
that only a woman's arms. To his surprise she did not resist and so sorghum growing
rare tenderness What music the words were though fred flare'sA
become is destined
him. He even fancied she clung to that'glucose to be-;
fax can wear.,, w ,# neither of them could forsee and the This last she battled quickly down not come an unimportant' competitor

Her's seemed,. a, strange face for. a sore test that awaited them. All seemed so the pity or the longi ng. Strangely him."Do Unlike com in some respects howeversorghumis' ,
,
I not sent me away I" a voice .
lover to frown upon ; but ew11he 'did bright ihead ; they were to be mar moved,scarcely knowingwhat: she did, : to
adapted
specially light
'emphatically i floated up to him. "I have only got you 1 :
unhandOme1y, ried In, six months' time, and she was she placed her hand'on his arm, and soils stands much better
draught
for Sai- II. to love me, and I know you love me very sandy ; ,,
mood
"lam'ln no 'jesting' to go away with him to Brazil, wherehe answered, gently :- much." and can be grown ,closer'' and more-
dee he continued, glumly, "nor. proVably had "Ttere will be nany"many'd for
' : secured a government appoint- ys Was this a delusion, or was she mocking compactly., The'best results are obtained
will you be,when I tell you that ment. I us to walk together Mark !"
,
him in her despair ? when the crop is put in the ground
what we have so long debated' must be There seemed"no need of the passionate He could but have of
a presentment
"Saidee."he murmured,bewilderedly, early, and for making sugar the stalks-
decided between us now. protestations, the solomn oath of her meaning' so sadly, eamest.was
"do you mean that-that you could mar should be cut and worked up the same
The sunny smile died from her countenance this fond lover their truth to be '
.
was
; tone. ry me ?" day, or,within'twenty-fours; but it is ,1

;* the rare tendernesS'seemed tried. In the fifth month of their engagement "What do you say, Saidee?" h He was all she had. Hers was a best to co-operate, and thus save time,, J
but the rarer for its gravity., 'r Aunt Ruth of whom Saidee asked with for her and he
"' pity a joy I. nature to crave a prop ; it seemed to her labor and expense in ,manufacture, ;
"I am so sorry, Wilfred, she answered was a special pet and protege-was I could not in his
repress mingling oddly that moment, that never a love was so which is the plan adopted in manyplaces.
softly; "I'so hoped you"'would ,thrown from her carriage and received look and tone. sweet to woman as Mark Vale's was to .

'see its impo!sibi ltv and agree withme. injuries which, though it was not believed "That I am not going to be married, her.

." they would prove fatal, left herin Mark-that is, not yet awhile. Wil- Although the production of-'sugar- '
'
( "
He could but read how she laved :a very critical and apprehensivestate. fred is angry with me ;but I must not loved Wilfred, she answered, from sorghum has been established,,

him, but he read something else now tell you-I do not know why I so for- brokenly.' "But I have lost love, there are manv. experiments being tried

in look and tone-something- that momentarily True, the wedding day was named got myself. It is only that I am to and I must have love or my heart in different localities-for much is yet,

banished the frown and and Wilfred must go : true there were stay with Aunt,Ruth for the present- will break. Dear 'Mark if you can to be discovered that will be of,valuable-1 1

paled his handsome face. With a passionate loving hearts besides Saidee to care for that is all,1 Mark." love "me so, I will be a good wife to assistance.$ During the .conversion :

.impulse he arose, and, cross- poor Aunt Ruth, but it seemed to She truely said she did not know why ; you. of the juice into sugar rapid ,chemical

ing over to where she sat, took her her tender nature most a crime to leave she felt,a,very traitress, thus openly to "Saidee 1" changes take, place and,experience is, I

hands in his, and gazed down' into her her, at least, until danger was posi- blame Wilfred Hare. She did not re- With the one word wherein lay his required in order to' be successful; but j 1

brown eyes long and steadily. tively past. And when, one morning, alize,poor Saidee! how pleasant Mark soul, he drew her gently, almost'rev sanguine growers and manufacturers- I

"Saidee,do you care at all for me ?" the old lady drew dOwn' the fair face Yale's devotion had suddenly becometo erentially, closer to his madlybeatingheart. are confident of overcoming .'all obstacles

he asked, finally. ,. to hers and whispered, imploringly, her-how plain she was making this. in,a few more seasons, and the!

"Do I care for you, Wilfred ?" she '"You will not leave me, pet, while But he could not see. He walked on And so he married her, and he industry will then be one of.the must.

murmured, reproachfully, yet with the there is a doubt of my getting well ?" beside her silently, little dreaming he is content. For she never repulseshim important in the country.

rapture of his touch reflected in her she promised unhesitatingly that she I was aught to her today beyond what his love seems' always sweetto According to the reports of the

face. "Do I care for you? Oh, how would not.Perhaps. he had been before. Never had life
her, and ,sometimes, of ,her own Agricultural Department canesupt"
can you ask me that, when you know, if she had known Wilfred seemed so dreary to Mark Valenoteven will, she comes and, ,twining her in sorghum is associated with,one-tenth.

that there is only you-only you in the Hare better she could not have promised that black morning when he arms about his neck kisses him 'ten- of its weight of grape sugar (glucose),,

whole wide world for me I" so readily. But she knew him onlyas learned she was to marry Wilfred Hare. derly. and not far from one-fifth its weight,

His hands fell he turned away Then his unselfish soul found solace in .. .
; the tender lover, the man who had of solids not sugar, such as ash,'gum

from her impatiently, with a bitter sworn that, come what would,no poweron the thought that she was happy; now A Father Hubbard. albumen, wax and a few other substances -:-

smile. earth should ever separate him from he stood in presence of her misery- but the cane sugar varies from
"If I am all the world to you, Sai- The other day when old Major Sol-
he who had he the would not
her. It could be easily settled, she power, 14 to 16 per cent. of the expressed juice.
,dee certainly have a strange way man announced his readiness to proceedin
you have the winds to blow
permitted
thought; he, as she, would feel very sad The product of seed is equal to-from
of showing it. Your words are pretty the direction of church his wife
and disappointed, but he, as she, must roughly on her-and could not save her two to four bushels per' ton of cane&, ..
but they do not weigh at all with appeared wearing a mother Hubbard
sse the impossibility of her going now. its least pang. I About 40 per cent. of the,juice,is lost- I
me. If would have me believe dress. The old man intently regarded
you understood Wilfred Hare better
They could be married, and, as soon asAunt He in the begasse (refuse), but the, same 'j
you, come and promise to obey me as than she it would have been easier her for a few moments, and asked :
Ruth was out of danger, she wouldgo ; i proportion is lost in the juice'of the
a woman should the man she lores." to her to another "Mary, what sort of a coat do you
perhaps resign man.
to him. tropical cane, though it is believed thawinvestigation
lIe extended his arms toward her as All this in full trust and faith she It was not strange, that in this hour, call that ? will result'in discovering

he spoke ; there was a look on his confided to Wilfred Hare. She was ill realizing his own leyality and tender- "It's a mother Hubbard, Jeems." a method of saving one-half of this loss.

face she could not mistake. She knewit he should rail at justice the "Air you going to wear it to
prepared for the reception her words ness, as The begasse is used for making paper

would be the last, time but still met, the imperious workings of this veriest of myths. church ? and, treated gas a fertilizer, returns a ',i

she took, no step forward; she simply man's will. What right had she, with- The days passed slowly, drearily, to "Why, certainly, Jeems. The mother portion of that which was taken from f
Hubbard is all the fashion "
,stood terrified, appealingly gazing up at out consulting him even, to make a Saidee; with each, her love for Wil now. the soil. It is also used with advantage
"Well. I'm glad to know it," the old
him. promise to any one tnat conflicted withher fred Hare, growing deeper, her grief '- as fuel where that article is scarce.
""Wilfred" man replied. "Just, wait until I get
own to him ? His love gave him sharpermore unendurable. Ever the scum and sediment are usedin
"
He was frowning again, now deeper the right to command her; if she loved "Come what will, no power on earth ready and we'll go. some manner no portion of the cane.
than before. The old man went out into the
him she would obey. She must marry shall separate me from you. being wasted.
"Iknow what would Saidee" kitchen, took a couple of meal sacks,
you say, him and with him else their Morn, noon and night these words ,.
go away
he "and it is a wasteof cut the bottoms out, sewed the tops As and
interrupted, only relations must cease. came back to her, and with them a hopeto yet capital improved mach-
words. As I said before, your words present feed upon. Surely all would be together and put them on in imitationof ery are necessary in making sugar from

have no weight,on .me'; it is enough "I am so glad," she said softly, "thatI right, she thought. lIe could not give pantaloons. When he returned, his sorghum, and the methods of manUfacture

for me that you'are'1'e8dy to have me am not one of those who for think a per-I her up; he was only angry with her; wife uttered a loud cry of astonish- differ; but individuals can manu-
is loving ;
tomorrow, we might as well say fect object necessary is test he would come to understand'and forgive ment, and exclaimed: facture sirup with but little expense;

good-by." do not think a perfect blind object Wilfred a is her, and then all would 'be well "Great goo Jness, Jeems, what's The difficulty is in crystallizing t&e
love. I km not ;
She had not taken her eyes from his of again. that?" sugar, for until that takes place the results -

face, and he still looked I back at her, very tjranical, selfish, very, very unkind These were uneventful days till, one "Father Hubbard," the old man re isonly sirup. Leaving out sugar

steadily, relentlessly. At his last word but, but, as never till to-daybave morning, the news was brought to Sai- plied. farmers can easily and cheaply grow-

she shivered a death-like pallor spreadover I fully realized"it, so never has he beenso dee that Aunt Ruth could not ,live ; "You're not a goin' to wear them sorghum, either for sirup or fodder,,

her countenace, and she answered dear to me, that, contrary to expectation, the peculiar sacks, are you?" and, withthe yield of seed, will no doubt


"Wilfred" solve. her injuries were developing fatally. with you. I've got as much rightto on the farm.-Philadelphia Record.

He did! not interrupt her now ; he "1 can never let him go away so ; I Her gentle heart smote her, for often, wear these meal bags as you have to t:

bent forward with conscious eagernessfor must prove to him how" dear he is and often, this latter time,she had regrettedher go in that bran sack." .

her words. His own were honest, must ever be to me. promise ; in her anguish, wish she "I'll take it off."

J ,but he'felt certain of their effect ; he From this came the tender note that had broken it. Awhile, remorse banished "All right ;,off goes the father Hub- The Swiss railroad companies now

did not doubt that in this decisive moment found its way next morning to Wilfred all else from her thoughts; but bard." and turning away, he added to cover a portion of their carriages with & .

he would gain her to his will. She Hare :- love is a mighty king, and -poor Aunt himself: "Only one way to beat a phosphores-cenlT preparation which

would surely not let him go ; she was "I cannot let you go away, dear, with- Ruth had not been long under the, sod woman, and that is by agreein' with makes them visible at night.In .

about to yield to him, to say that therecooldbe out one little word. I know you are ere it regained the mastery.He her. Ef it hadn't been for the daddy ..

no good-by between them ; that angry with me, and I am very, very would surely write, now that Hubbard I'd a been in a mighty bad

lOaner than this, she would abjure all unhappy, for never since our engage- Aunt Ruth was dead ; he would surely : fiL

nd follow him. And so he bent forWard ment have I loved you as to-day. My understand. I Virginia they are making tfbtzrof

for the answer eagerly, with a little word is that I must always, So she was musing one twilight, love laughs at locksmiths, but it of peanuts, and it is praised It if-

certain hope. ,: always love you, and that I will never I when there came knock' at the door, never laughed at the latch of a front I customary in Georgia to pound' the nuts,

"Wilfred, if you so will, you must !.I marry any man but Wilfred Hare. and a letter was handed to her. At the gate when pa. wu_coming with a.club. fora pastry."t .

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LOCAL'ITEMS.' PETITION..: .LICENSE.'WETHEinDEBSIGNED MISCELLANEOUS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMLry g, k'J.

:, r' Hack & Freight Line C. NORWOOD&CO: .
The port-office'at the Haulover ia in A MA- I. :
the voters of the Second .. BETWEEN DEALERS
.running order.W jority of registered If ,

IL'Gteaaon; of"' Biscayne, was',in (2nd)Election District of Brevard Titusville and Salt Lake. STAPLE AND FANCY j
G
town onWondmy. County, Florida, do approve, concur and REAL'l PaTAreguhitlineof: conveyances, for .

-Whit hu become of bur) New Smyrna join in the foregoing application of said of and Confectioneries, .
freight passengers
f compondent' ?*-' firm, to-wit-; Hodges and Voss, and most the transportation '

-Ckpt 14.0..Bornham and Postmaster respectfully request your Honorable Special Opportu between the above-named places.with Fine Tobaccos and 1t"

: Board of County Commissioners of Bre- safety and di-patch. CIGARS.
Wilson Canaveral, are in town. <
vard County, Florida, to grant the said nity! with all steamers running to
... Connects
;;0.'i.'EaIey hss gone.to his place, permit for license as therein prayed. CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
TWo Siren.*t,the lower: end of Merrit'a SALT LAKE. ,
Signed in presence of LAMPS d FIXTURES .
We have placed our Counters alineof ,
Island fora,few days.Bead ., REGISTERED VOTERS. W ITlI.t E8. upon For rates enquire of

the Dew advertisements of Mr. E. H. RICE, f E. H. Rice, DISHES AND GLASSWARE, 24tf E. H. RICE, PROPKIETOK.SPORTSMEN'S WOODEN & T IXW \RI:. ',

8.Byder,Tropical House and also Mr. F. JO. H. Voss. ALSO EMPORIUM.R. 11..:.

C.. .Allen- which' appear this week. J. C. SANDIFORD, (E. H. Rice, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, C. SCRIJIGEOIIR, Meal, Corn.

....; Foxibrought o. H. Voss
The steamer a large and Taxidermist.
Naturalist
ABRAHAM PARKIN- H. Rice & USEFUL NOVELTIES TO BE SOLD ;<{;
load of freight.up to Salt Lake last week SON. to.:H. V088., Having got fairly settled In my new store Hay
street and Washington avenue,
and expected in yesterday with CHEAP.In comet Main ,
was M.E. ENGLISH, (E. H. Rice, I will be pleased to show customers the fol
another load. .' l0. H. Voss. order to make room for the arrival of lowing lines of goods:

Meaan.Thomas and Sandiford have MOSES METZGER, (E H Rice, HOLIDAY GOODS. BIRDS mounted in great variety. Oats, Etc .

opened their'new.store on Main street, JOHVoaa.E. We cordially invite an Inspection -' Sporting goods of every kind for the men that

next to 1.C. Norwood& Co. Look out C. SCRIMGEOUR, Rice &English ofTHE shoot and fish. Oil stoves a specialty. also agents for

for'their advertisement next week. {M E English.G. i Paints, Oils, Brushes, Hardware, TableWare
Jacob
Reeds'
W.MACKENZIE, f E H Rice BARGAINS I Razors, Pocket Knives etc. Sons, !t
Mr:8.Hodges; one of the managers (:u E English. I i. (Too numerous to mention in this space,) i A choke line of Staple & Fancy Groceries. CLOTHIERS l

of the Titus House, but' residing atpresent JOSEPH BAY, ( E H Rice, And are confident that the ORANGE WINE, Home manufacture, ,

at.Olencoe, near 'New Smyrna, (:ME English. Vintage 1882,perfectly pure and of exquisite Samples to be seen at store.NOTIONS.
has been spending a few days at this JNO. M. DIXON, f E H Rice, LOW PRICES bouquet. Me Nacs and (:Curiosities great t.
variety. As of old what you can't find In the
place. (ME English. Plainly marked on the Goods will insure other stores call on R.C. S. and you will be ,

-Laundresses Try Laundry Wax, JOHN SDIONSON ((ME E H Rice English.J QUICK: SALES.This sure to get suited. 9yl DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS

something new, prevents the iron from A. L. HATCH ,
is CHANCE seldom OFFERED
R WATSON (E H Rice a ,
sticking .and gives an elegant finish. JO H Voss., and a visit to our Store will convince you DEALER IN Gt arch 1st C1ot 44>tf Z, &: MsM> ) ][ Goon.

Only five cents a cake. To be had at of the
COWIE, ( E H Rice, \
i Wager's. JM E English. FACT.Respectfully, GROCERIES.PROVISIONS, J. M. Dixon

Bemember that Norwood's Hack VAL. GAlLER, ( E H Rice, G. W. MACKENZIE, ,
" Line will carry you tri-weekly to Enterprise (){ E English. !TITCSVILLE, : : FLORIDA.

connecting with the St. Johns River his E H Rice, Tltuu'l1le Fla. DRY GOODS, Dealer in
;. SAMUEL BROWN \
x {
steamers for Jacksonville. Fare to mark (:ME English. Hardware and General Merchant. Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,

Enterprise,ft. ANDREW GIBSON, (EH Rice, CITY POINT, FLORIDA.March Fancy and Toilet Articles.

,J.;. Hoof Ointment will cure all 801'eSr IM E English.his C. J. HECTOR, 3. 4w 4.. Perfumery Dye-stns Paints Oils .

bruises and cuts on horses and mules,etc. E H Rico, S,J.HODGES. OTTO II. VOSS, ,
It is also a valuable remedy for cracked ANDREW x ELLEN-\{ Glcncoe)'1a. Titusvllle, Fla. Varnishes brushes,&:;almost everything:*

hoofs. Buy it at the Headquarters. Only WOOD. mark (0 H Voss. Hardware and TITUS HOUSE, kept by a first-class Drug House.' f.
Any drug, medicine or in-
I 40 cents a can.We his (E H Rice, Titusville, Indian River, Florida. strument needed by customers
SHADRICK x LENTONmart \
have on our desk a thin-skinned ()1 E English. lSrThe above is strictly a First-Class and not on hand, will be ordered.

I Sicily' lemon from the grove of Capt. G. A.HOYT. E H Rice, General Produce Hotel, pleasantly situated on Indian Prescriptions carefully compounded '
{ River,250 miles South of Jack- night or day with and .
51 accuracy dispatch ;
John F. McCarthy of Indian Ricer,which M E English.J. ;'
f MERCHANT yule, Florida.To by competent;persons. Iy36
,,! weighs 2 pounds and measures 15 inches E. MOORE, E H Rice, t
t {ME English. the Sportsman, Pleasure Seeker and
in Next!
cirumference- NEWSPAPERSubscription
R. U. WRIGHT, ( E H Rice, Melbourne Florida. Invalid this House attractions ,
The thanks of the Athlete B. B. Club (ME English. November 10th 1S&0. ft 47 nowhere else to be found in the South. Agency.The .

are tendered Mr. A. C. Scrimgeour, of his E H Rice, ISTORWOOD'SFast Excellent hunting and fishing in the im- undersigned having opened a ,
Brooklyn N. Y., for a catcher's mask, BERRIAN x NAIL, \{ mediate vicinity. Pleasure boats

I presented them with his compliments- mark ()1 E English. Hack Line for Tourists always ia at- NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION' AGENCY

' DAN"L O'HARA ( E H Rice tendance.The .
Ii] : May you never die, Archie.A Will be
I ( ME English.C manager assures his Guests all the comforts pleased to receive subscription
I large stock of canned goods received -- I of a home at moderate rates.
I R CARLIS, ( E H Rice, I OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. to any
,i'i'I,, this week at the Headquarters. (:U E English. The Cheapest and Most Direct OTTO U. TOSS, Proprietor.October Periodical or Xew1'3per'publhhetl t

We publish in another column, this his [E H Rice, 25. 26 tf.

I week, a petition, signed by a great manyof AMOS x APPLEWHITE,{ ROUTE Opened for the Season. -o-
mark 0 H Voss. Save time, trouble and by apply-
our citizens, to the Board of County !To TltuN'IUe and Indian River. expense ..,
! Commissioners for them to grant a permit EH Rice, I ae--A man who is interested. in his own ing to CHAS. H. XAUMAN. ,
ROBERT MORROW. {{ CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL.
i. for a license to Messrs. Hodges & Voss. 31 E English welfare will be pleased to know that Subscription Agent, ;

I I I -Mr. S. Twitchell, one of the early +- ANDREW GIBSON Haulover P. O., Erevan county, Fla., I.

I! settlers of this section,started a day or so Tropical House, THREE trips weekly between the ST. Keeps the finest oysters to be found in '

! : ago for New Orleans where he expects to I JOHNS and INIJIAN RIVERS. Titus,'tile, THE SLOOP "AGNES, : r


'j.} spend the winter with his son Tim. Twit- -0- Leaves Enterprise EVERY Monday, Wednesday AND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS.O commanded by ,

I chell, who is quite well known to many ROCKLEDGE, antI Friday Morning, arriving at CAP'IAINJOIIN :MCLEAN ?'

! : of our people. TUusvIlIc the SAME day. Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. .*
Indian River Florida.S. Makes regular trips on Indian River..
-We are informed that P. M. Fisher Halo's IIf end always on hand. i
ReturningLeaves SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OFGroceriesDryGoods
s has started his saw mill running near La- RYDER, Also r
a first-class Barber attached. .
': Grange. With three saw mills on our Owner and Proprietor. Titusvllle EVERY Tuesc.Jar.Thursday shop ., ;

river our Grange shipper are at a loss to and Saturday: morning, arriving at Outr s ;.li'i Canned Goods .
Enterprise In the Address
evening.-
I know whereto obtain orange boxes for This House is centrally located at Rock- CuiDis o'.j: .&DJ'o Hats, Boots and Shoes,

I shipping their fruit.A ledge, in the far-famed Indian River region W. S. Norwood, y..mu-wtalii&Jf.Y...0utaIDIJ'. &beP.. Ladies'Shoes In great variety; Prints all

letter from W. H. Moore of Florida and TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. new low
Capt. possesses all the ad- patterns at prices.
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
j from Jacksonville, states that the Cinderella vantages of Climate, Health and Pleasure .
PKITCHARD MAY Ready-made Cloth Toilet Articles
arrived safely at that place on of this newly developed region of Florida. As Good as the Best! ,

l Tuesday;October 30th. She made the Salt Water, Boating, Fishing, Oysters, OFFER FOR SALE : If you are in want of anything in the NOTIOXS.J6P ...

run from Indian River Inlet to St. Johns Hunting, Rocky Shore, Superb Scenery, Business, Residence Lots March 13,4C For Cm.the cash pnJy. .>
Tinware
I bar in two days. together with the finest Oranges,Bananas, line call on

-Mr. W. A. Bonald and family, of Pine-apples and Guavas, are some of the and Dwellings in F. C. Allen, PIONEER COOPER AGE; )

Piedmont, Va., have been spending the advantages to be found in this favored Syrup Barrels $2.50. ...
TITUSVILLE.Also Georgiaua, : : }Florida.o .
past week or two at the Titus House. locality. Gauged to order ten cents extra. :J

Mr. Ronald has purchased the Einig place RATES, $2.50 PER DAY. Unimproved Lots In -o-
C. O. B.
from Mr. J. C.Sandiford and will becomea Arrangement rile by tfic Week or Mmih. what you want is not in stock he .
Indian \\illinukeitforyou before you leave.A Honey Barrels and Oval Water
permanent resident.A : November 8th 1883. 23:: 6m River City. .

I, fresh lot of fine haul have just Established 1878. IHave a large list of baud.stock Repairing of first-class done on ware short always notice.on Breakers ;
been received at P.E.Wager's.We From
November 1st 1SJ. 6m 27 : : $2.00 : : .Up. "

have as yet learned of no reliable o o Orange Groves Tanks .

i news in regard to a steamer to carry Be it known to the}>eoi>le j Eggs Wanted.After and all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.
I passengers from Enterprise to Salt Lake. of Indian River and vicinity December 15th, the highest mar-
that ON HIGH HAMMOCK & FIRST-CLASS ket will he T. JOIE SON,
l We learn that E. L. Brady was taken price paid: for fresh eggs. Also
o wanted, 50 head of turkeys and 150 headof J
t quite ill while at Palatka and that he PINE LANDS, chickens. Adtlrew H. J.FAULKXER La. : : Florida. _
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k probably returned on the steamer Fox S. RYDER 27t6] AtlmticHouse, Oak Hill, Fla..
yesterday.Mr. -Which we are offering at- LUMBER .
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Stereoscope Views.
f Jas. Ba v>cit, of Melbourne paid ha a ain returned from BOTTOM Will be furnished to order on short notice .
New York and offers to the PRICES. CHOICE &UX PRINTS OF! TROPICAL FLA.
our,office a visit on Monday afternoon.He at 813.00 per thousand. t.
the *
public Furnished
all
to who apply to
reports the vicinity in which he live* PINE-APPLE LANDS LUMBER
SPENCER & ARMOUR, SHINGLESAlways '.
as enjoying a rapid influx of settlers
new
j so much so that they willhavea pot oflice Largest and lost Complete Assortment First Quality At Low Figures. Jupiter Light House, Florida. on hum "'
&$Views of
established in a few weeks, and also a ( Several Large Tract, or Yachting' parties made to C. MAGRUDER & CO.
nrller ,
2\cl1oolopenCfI. Eof goods in the county, con- [ 27yl i" I
of, I HEAVY S. RYDER. :
-Our postmaster liauJcd the editor of 0 HAMMOCK LANDS, FOR INDIAN RIVER. ,

the STAB, on Monday evening of IOLEDGEt:
copy well
adapted to
the Kissimmee Bitter StM.tdJres.. to GENERAL MERCHANDISE, HART & SMITH'SUockleclge Has just received and continues to keepIn

f t "The prettiest girl in Titu ville" Now o' ; o Sugar cane,Bananas and Early vegetables. Line.The stock a full antI complete stock of Groceries
of every description. It Is Roots & Shoes Hats & Caps in
Also ,
the editor,thought it M-a intended for not unimproved Lands in all sec- Steamer "
necessary to quote prices "ASTATULA, great variety and General Merchandise
his best: girl so he straightway delivered or name kinds of goods, but Will
tions of the leave Sanford
t. county. and Enterprise every of every description. Ask for whate'cryou
it. The question now for our town folks whatever you may wl1ltClll
: decide or send to A FEW VERY DESIRA1ILH Tumlay; for RockMge, and will may want. One price to all. Canned
to is, who received the Jii&r&cttl?
..... leave Sanford and Enterprise for Salt Goods of every description a specialty.LUMBER .

,. Hotel Arrival+. S. Homesteads Left. Lake and Titusville every Friday.
Ryder's
For the week endingTue.-da, Nov. Rockledgo RETURXIAC !
Parties
t nth, 1SS3. 2fo trouble show goo-Is. Kiel attention ,having will find money safe invegtnicut-to purchase mortgages undoubted -- Will leave Lake l.oinsett'ery Wednesday Will be furnished to order on short notice
TITUS HOUSE. ill all and onep.rice. Go to the oil stand at at -1 p. ni., and Salt Lake *
VTA Ronald wife and two children. Baltimore security every at 13.00 thosauJ. Dressed lumber -
R at U
a. for Sanford.
,Md;C UGarvey,G S Honleu,Rockledge m.
Fla;Mill O Itaniham Henry IVilaou Canaveral what you tans ask for it. --;- Prompt close connections from 20.00 to 24.00 per thousauJ.
,Fla;C L Stewart.: Esu Gallic, Fhr;Robert made with
Morrow.E H nice M E English Frank H Boye S. RYDER Real Estate placed in our hands for sale, daily line steamer for Jacksonville :}and LUMBER & SHINGLES N
City;L J Could LaGrange H Gleason. exchange, or to let, will receive prompt all points North. '
UlscayneKUJ UCrecchTGa; L G Strtn l'l" attention. always on hand.
low Enterprise.flit;W R Sanders: ', Memtt'a Cap Joe Smith,
2Sm3 ROCKLEDGE
Island,f'la.r ] FLOBIDA. Tit nnc.May 21,1;:3 \ tf Manager. P. M. FISHER/

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