The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00075
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 22, 1883
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00075
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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:: yENCING OUT, OR, FENCING .IN. Christian era and the civil law REFRIGERATOR I I
I of Spainin doubt that the fruit and vegetable-grow of the Coast Canal according to reports; I
BpeCIalcorre. Poadnoe of the Times-Q_ force in Florida up to 1822, declared as I. Correspondence of the Florida Dispatch. ers will realize much larger profits-certainly Well, both canal and railroad will help I
4 LDCOKA Ha. .October 26.. law, that every one must so use his own not lead than 20
A revolution in the fruit,vegetable and per cent more tha development of the coast, and if one
Whether the razorback shall be fenced property that he does no damage to an- meat business now going on all over than by the old way ; hence, groves, gardens acts as a spur to the other,all the better. _
in'by hia owner, or fenced out by' aome- other. This'fencing out claim is not sucha the United States. It has already reach- and lands must enhance in value More soon. A. V. H.

I: body else, is fast beconiinga leading ques- use, and*finally,Js in violation' of .the ed Florida. Mr. James R. Challen, of and Florida therefore, welcomesthe St. Augustine,'Fk., Nov. 14, .1883. 4 I
'it 'den in many'Florida'papers, and more ao law of the Bible At the very beginningof Cincinnati,.Ohio, has removed to .Jacksonville managers of this refrigerator car --Ha....- i

among the Floridians. The present outlook Biblical history all'stock was under and has control of a.line of refrigerator business. C. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.From .

: is,that it may become more of a political I the care of shepherds, who were accoun- cars which run north and north ..,.... ( our regular correspondent.) .

: question at the next election than table, not only for,their care, but for .alldamages west and in fact all over the United States LAGRANGE ITEMS. WASHINGTON, D.ONov.lO, 1883.
, whether the Democrats or Republicans they might do to others. When butter It is From
bringing eggs, potatoes, apples whispered : different sections of the country
r ihall have the casting of the vote of .the Judea was taken possession of by the and meats to Florida, and what is of the : That Dr. Wiley, who purchased a tract there has been a lively demand for the
State in the next Presidential election.At children of Israel, and during the days : of land from Mr.
greatest importance, carrying oranges, Mich Jones, came down dissenting opinion of Justice Harlan in
present it is the creed of neither partyit they held it, and even at'the present lemons and even bananas, also fresh veg- I on Friday to begin work on his orange the Civil Rights case. Harlan was,alone

may- become. such soon. Its correct settlement time, the fields are not fenced, and yet etables and delivering the same in distant grove and cane farm.That'improvements. of the opinion that the Civil Rights law

.is of more importance the future in Exodus, chapter xxxii, v. 5, Moses markets in exactly the same order are being madeon was constitutional. He has prepared at

-f of the State than is generally .supposed gives this law for government of the people and condition as received. The system all aides since Fisher and Carlile have some length his reasons for the faith in it

: in its effect upon the future. If we : "If a man shall cause' a field or vine- has been established in California, Texas their mill in running trim again. and will have them printed .and given
: may on the plea of necessity justify the yard tai be eaten, and put in his beast, Louisana, and in all the Northern and publicity on Saturday:,next. It is not
was the policy then adopted one and shall feed in another man's field, of Western States.. That Mr. Thos Johnson, has,on a single thought that
past, I Grapes, pears, apricots, limb less than an inch in diameter in his anything can be done by
. that can be justified for the future? the_best of his own field, of the best of his I etc. are hauled from California to the cluster Congress in the shape of a bill to give the '
grove, a of numbering one
In 1823,when the whole State contained own vineyard shall he make restitution, Eastern States, and in such splendid, or- hundred and oranges box. negroes any more rights than they now
a less number of people than is now in and by verse 9 it is provided that"for all der that the loss from decay is not one- fifty-two-a good enjoy. '

oDe of the counties,'when no surveys of manner of trespass,whether it be for ox, tenth of what it was formerly. Cattle That Jim Boyd routed the myriads of Representative Blackburn,of Kentuckywas f 1'

the public landshad been made and all for ass,!or sheep," the cause shall be tried are killed where they are raised, at Victoria leather-winged bats in the Maulden build- here today. He was quite -

,., were only squatters on the public domain by the judges, and the wrongdoer shall and Fort Worth,Texas. 'The meat ing and took possession one day last week. in the opinion that Mr. Randall pronounced will I

'without titles to the ground they occupied -i pay double unto his neighbor. is cooled and shipped in those cars and I That more interest is being manifestedin not be elected Speaker of the next House
the free range for stock, and the requirements Thus the law of the 'whole civilized sold in New Orleans, Chicago and elsewhere the coming Christmas tree than was and that Mr. Carlisle will be.He thought

of fencing out, might find an world, and even the heathen, is againstthe and pronounced better than meat : ever before known. The holidays prom Mr.Cox would show considerable strength.

.excuse, even a justification in, necessity; claim of the free range on other than from cattle if the same grade fresh killed. ise to be a success in LaGrange this year. Mr.Cox has himself told several of.his

and yet; sixty years. may have wrought a the owner's land. And but one conclusion This meat will now be brought to Florida That as the Cinderella will run only friends that he was confident of success.It .
change. can be reached' ; the razor-backs and can be sold at living pricesnotmuch twice a week to Salt Lake, W. S. Nor is said to have been ascertained that"so

The question whether. A shall eat must be fenced in,'or go from Florida. if any, above the price of domestic wood will not give her the mail as was at far as actual pledges are concerned Mr. .

',' pork and B have no corn and potatoes because Necessity can give no ,more right to beef. ; first reported. Randall has not up to this time near so

he has not built a fence, "five feet take the property of another to feed razor- But the advantage of having fruits That LaGrange was represented by a manyvotes as either Cox orCarlisle, and .
high, and then well staked or ridered, or back to make pork for this owner, than I protected from decay caused by heat or goodly number at the dance given at the his hopes lie in the belief of his ability to

otherwise shall be five feet high and lock- the same necessity.can give that owner I cold, and of saving it in transit in case of Lund House in Titusville on Friday capture votes from both of those gentlemen

ed or braced at the corners, and from, the the right to enter the smoke-house of that : delay or of cold or hot weather; of being evening last. after. the. first and second ballots.

.. ground to the height of three feet; of other and take the pork therefrom. Thelast able to deliver it in far-distant markets, That it would be a capital idea to havea Both of them think, however, that .their
'every such fence the rails or logs thereof is larceny, the first is trespass. Custom and of shipping it ripe instead of half baby show at LaGrange during the friends will stick. Those who imagine

shall not be more than four inches ,distant cannot justify the claim, because it green, are indeed very great This is done holidays. As an inducement"0.C."offersa that Mr. Randall is.so certain to obtain
from each other, and the pales thereof began since the memory of men now liv- by icing the cars, not only at Jackson- handsome gold breast-pin to the pret- the nomination for Speaker forgot that

not more than two inches asunder." ing, and at its beginning was a violationof ville, but at every two or three hundred tiest baby at said exhibition. four years ago, when.the contest was nar- -

It is whether, if B, having once.built the law., The Constitution speaks of tak miles along whatever route they take- That Tucker was seen perambulatingaround rowed down'between him and Mr. Black-

fence according to the requirements of ing private property by "process of law." the system being provided. with icing in the dark places in LaGrangeon burn,a change of only six ,votes would

the law, and it shall be blown down by Razor-back's nose and jaws may be a process stations and cold, storage houses. Saturday night hist have given the nomination to the latter.,
the winds carried off by the floods,'burn- but they are not the"process of law," But one great difficulty attending the That Prof. Watts contemplates giving Mr.Randall has now much less strengthand

ed up by a- fire, set, carelessly- by -A, or and he commits a damage, and trespass refrigerator business and under which a school exhibition during the holidays. I popularity than at that time. But

other persons on B's land, to burn the for which his owner is liable. The whole many refrigerator cars labor, has been That LaGrange has a first-class carpenter he has confessedly much skill as a schemer

grass, under claim that the range will be ,I matter when simmered down amounts to overcome. It is this: dry, pure, cold air in her midst, if she will avail herself and a manager, and it is not .impossible .

improved for A'sitock; or the fence is this, and nothing more: A pays money and perfectly dry cars are provided. of the opportune moment A gentlemanfrom I that in the end this may win the vic-

broken down 'by _hands or A's cattle, and secures a title to land, to all under Many others claim this, but are unable to Michigan, stopping at T. Johnson's.That !. tory for him. The contest for the speak-
or rotted down by the elements until it and above its surface, all that grows on or make their claim this good. Dennis Reardon would make avery ership has not as yet opened here with ,

shall be only four feet six inches high; is embodied in it; he pays taxes upon! it Mr. Challen has examined every principal good .Sunday-school scholar if he any activity,but in a week or ten days

.: then, in all these cases, A's razor-*.ct for his protection, and yet before he can refrigerator car manufactured the would only attend a little more regularly.That from now' it.will"be. in full blast The ..

may enter D'.field and destroy the crop, enjoy it he must wall it against B's razor- United States. He.was at 1 the .Chicago there are enough deer-hides gath- District commissioners sent a letter this
and so A have pork to eat. The question back. B cannot come on the land to take Exposition of Railway Applauces, where ered in and around LaGrange in one afternoon Postmaster-General Gresham

.is the right of A to feed his,cattle on B's razor-back off witthout committing trespass these cars were in full force, not less thana week to make a carpet for the White complaining that nearly all the the news-
land,'because he owns 'a r or-b&ck"and yet razor-back commits noneunlessA dozen different kinds. Out of all he se- House. papers in this District display advertisements

owns no land on which to feed, him. It has spent money in fortifying himself lected one line, because, That the carp in Andrew Preacher's for lottery companies, and saying
b whether, if Fa land produces grass, behind a wall that shall cost ten times First. It stood every test required ofrefrigerator. fish pond multiplying rapidly. that in the absence of any law excludingsuch

rood or.nuts, which he desires his own the:value of razor-back. The act of A, can. It proved equally good That LaGrange furnishes Titusville and papers from the mails such ,advertisements

stock hflH eat, he must fence the same or not of B,changes the right enjoyment foaruits: and meats,vegetable and dairy Rockledge with fresh beef once a week. will probably continue, as ,aCcording -'
A who owns no land, may send his cattle It cannot sustained afca State policy, product, in cold or in hot weather. 0.0. to report they derive each a profit -
and hogs to eat the products of the land. because It hinders rather.than aids settlement Second. It is not top heavy. ...,.. of from $5:) to 13,000 annually. They

.. The right of A does not depend upon any It breeds ill-feeling among neigh- Third. It is economical of ice and COAST CANAL. complain that in the absence of a law to..
contention and strife.It of cold accompaniedwith prevent it by the divice of.. clubs ,
title of himself,but on some act of B. bors and leads to produces a degree JacksoBTille,St.AnfvstUe aad laiiaua large
his teaches men to disregard the.rights of dryness of atmosphere, sufficient to numbers of tickets are purchased by 'a
The: question is the right of B to use River Railroad,a" Other Itemsf '
own property as he pleases, so he does no others, and thus is a breeder of evil habits hold almost any perishable property exactly Interest*. common agent. This, practice prevails
injury'to his and immorality. J. G. KNAPP. where it is when received. An interview with ,Dr. Westcott the especially among government clerks. .
neighbor. ..... ...
the I Fourth.' It has very extensive connections active president'of the Coast Canal enterprise The commissioners urge the propriety
,The is fully answered by St. Lucte Items.
Ii question legislation from the mails in
princi- ,the informationThe excluding
and nearly following -
u runs over every gives
::.OeBsUtation of the State. The first aectioo Chickens sell here for 50 cents a head. .
pal road thecountry. It is the selection Dr. is just up from the dredge which the District of Columbia all newspapersthat -
of that law ought.to set- the "Narrows" arrived
I paramount Another settler ,of the only successful meat company far. ,he says, is in active operation, doing good publish lottery drawings, and forbid- ;
; tie this i matter beyond a cavil : "All have men by Hogg'schooner last week. I distant from large cities. It is the selection -;work. The canal being cut,on a parallel ding under pain of dismissal,the purchaseof
,ue by nature free and equal, and The"Narrows" beats any other localityin of the Trans-Continental Cold Stor- with Smith's Creek half to three- lottery tickets by government employes. -

wrtaio inalienable rights, among which Florida for big bananas big sugarcane age and Shipping Company., .It is therefore quarters of a mile to the west,hammock .* It is reported, they say, that several
are those of enjoying and defending and big rattlesnakes.The the selection the Florida Cold Storage ridge of few feet elevation, dividing the thousand clerks and government employes -

lid liberty,acquiring, possessing and pro- people of this school district have and Shipping Company, and will two. It is now determined, that the yield to the temptation of lotteries,
feting property and pursuing"and quit squabbling and located their school.It haul their perishables to market. point at which the canal is to enter'Smith and that they remit to the lotteries from

; safety and happiness. Again, always helps the school to cease squabbling Fifth. It is the,only refrigerator com- Creek, will be nearly 11 miles from its this District many thousand dollars _
to section 8 that "no per-
provided "
over it pany which gives guarantee bills of lad source or head waters. .Two reasons are
.ahaU life liberty .orProperty
be of
I without deprived due of law, nor The brothers of Mr. Ernest Stypman ing. assigned for taking this course. The One of the leading Republican papersof
.* process for public have come to Indian river to live. One will Sixth. It is the only refrigerator car first is, the condition of the soil, through this city says:. 'In forecasting the
be taken
private property destination is much better next Presidential election it will be well
fine specimens of man- which always comes to dry which the canal being cut,
.use Here rarely see two as
>* just compensation. family. Ernest inside. than along the soft muddy and for amateur afof"*** to, bear in mind
in one
U in the hood as.they are
right is declared
;$ *&*r and then he as 1 a11'not be deprived Is Floridian enough to be kind o' lean. Tine single item attending the management boggy flats of the upper portions of that a solid South,and forty-eight other;
; "razoback" of this should'induce Smith's Creek. .Second is, the ridge votes will constitute a majority of 'the' ..,
of ft. declares "allconflicting" Lucie man."fattened" a system every
Theme instrument A St. '
Constitution 112'worth of feed, and the return fruit-grower to use it : Commission mewchants through which the ;canal is to pass into whole number of 401 electoral,votes to be, ..
with this on of the animal was $4 are unable to report consignmentsin Smith's Creek is ao slight at the point cast As matters stand 1-'', present,. this
: and voicL"fence by slaughter- -- bad order unless they are in bad order. mentioned that it is all gain not to makea makes very discouraging outlook ,for.
law is inconsistent with the worth of meat; LikeGreely.nemaaeonthe For there is an inspector who inspects cut into the creek sooner. The Dr. .also the Republican party." In an interview

'* cbtitiition, it was passed in 1823 ,and hog but: lost on com. contents at destination' If in bad. order, reports that nearly every thing which to-day Fred Douglass said that he would

.**.i by the adoption of.the -new ..Gonsti- One night last week a panther" raided the consignee, need not receive: if in has to be imported forthe new dredge I. advise the colored people ,of ,Massachusetts -' *
.Lion in 1878, mute nuU and. ,void. It the hop "Capron Field, and lifted good order he moat receipt'for them in soon to be built, is nearly ready. He'I&JB1be .to support RobinJon for Governor

:!,;' i.-In conflict with the fifth amendment hair and aU of:two shoats belonging to good order and cannot go,back on, it af goes down the coast as far at least as'I against Butler.. "While I,have nothing b
<*the Constitution of the United States, Capt. Jim Buell. At daylight, Tom terwards. This inspector is a check upon the Halifax::, the present week, on beet' personally against my old friend Butler,", .
;*>d therefore never had legal force, as an : Paine and Arch Hendry went in pursuitof this well known evil 'practice of reporting Canal business ,The Dr. seems full of said he, '"I believe that"party should

act of the Territorial, Legislature, him with dogs, and killed him after a consignments in bad order, be- energy and speaks of the canal's success come before, .men, and the principle
Pow the'whole might end, hot chase. He weighed 148 pounds gross. I should "
I ,. argument I cause the consignee knows that the ,con with great confidence.. come before party.
I*?, .,The claim to depasture the,land ..of.an. It amounts to a phenomenon that a beast' signor has no means of detecting him. The Jacksonville, St, .Augustine and Indiana republicans say an effort will
; '*w h violation of the Constitution ofMate magnificent and formidable should fly, Railroad is
k a ao The shipper an learn any day where Indian River again c1aimu-g be made to secure the republican national '
'{, $1* and the United* States., The like helpless hare,from a pack of cursSneak attention. Much of the stock heretofore
Ff'' < : '..... his goods in transit are. The,cars! are run convention for Indianapolis;, and the I
.gveidan has been settled by the,ooait1ofa working in Gainesville by telegraph and their locality is known has been held in St. Augustine by parties claims of that city will be.vigorously advocated ,
It of the States, and of England, as in thieves are daJ No delay, except by the act known to be opposed to the extension of: before-the- pationil .committee at
writ every
Wallet with, the Common Law It Ica Judge King, has granted a _enjoining road south of that place at least for
; ofAlachua of God or the public enemy, will tie:) per ita meeting here next nMretTr As Indi-
:fctown to .every student of law, that it the County Commissioners licen-, : mitted. :The first condition with every the present. It has now changed hands. ana'fa cee"of the doubtful, Statesthey' ;
,*M no defence in an action for damages from granting any more law until railroad is that these cars must not be It is now asserted that the parties con- aay if the'convention. held in its chief #.

} f,k*trespaat' by cattle that the owner; ftlaelandhad ces under the Local 'Option'before the side tracked but go through if a passenger trolling.the stock are in dead earnest. for city it will materially help the party to 1
no fence' v 'Title.was all he the matter can' be heard car dol.With"such. t* C an early completion of the road to Indian carry it for the republican nominee
:; was served
kd :prove. Circuit Court The writ service this, there is no River. They seem bound to. get ahead t y AUGUST. .,
i l a=The'Justinian Code, framed before. .the Monday.. 4g
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Our Boys and- .Girls." 4 "See !l''.Said hex:: _* ,I. come 1n contact and lour all women.in .:I "spinater" seems-more
&, 4?? ..t' Algy caught up the pink one .- thVopinion of men; If.' .a young manseeathait :!:kindly.: And.when oaa thinks of the
A Child's In;' encit. !fI' 'cry of ad..ratio$" "What a : ; be*"**?, : his !friend's. wife, prefers' hisaodeVto nephews and nieces cared for,the dainty
:BT OKOKOKB.jif. "<>v "nm. : ,ttmnnalineH" he said/* "I w1 >e-* I l- tbairof her husband he reflect' garments made' Industrious and

A little white-robed girl they say, Uncle Henry could see it.. I that, were he to become a "Benedict" never-tiring hands, the patience with.

And JEajrente'a handed.hero him met a sweet one day bonquetIar he'd almost go crazy. You see ; in his turn, very probably'his wire which other peoples j-.ys and S3rrows-

] a ttowoma from some rural glen ; great on such things, and this would,prefer other men'to him, and he are listened to and the pangs of loudi-

Be raised her up, and kissed her then thing he's, got .in, his cabinet. 'I concludes that he is much happier a nesa that are quietly endured, then than
In..b&.et tbeuaand m8 -' tot -
twenty. _
Rick, I know he'd give you.fifty I I bachelor, spending his evening in the : name becomes honorable. Of coursetheie -

Add abe, upon his saddle borne- for it, and maybe more." society of the wives of his friends, since do exist unmarried, we fen' who
Aa all toward gay Paris tarn.Caressed .
the warrior, bronzed and wpin- Fifty dollars I Rick's heart he is so cordially welcomed. Married :, are not'like this, but none of them should

AJe, kissed him thrice; and wound one "Would he?" he cried easterly ; women who are flirts are often unscrup- be called "spinster,because the laIn!

'Twaa arinr-like,a doves wing soft and warm- you think he would? It can't be ulous and instead of being the advisers betokens industry. Not industry
Around his neck and feared no harm. so much." and coadjutors of young girls in society,, in hearing ana: retailing petty, worth.

-' Not all his deeds of' valor,won "You'd best let him say j I I I they 'become their most dangerous less gossip, or in keeping perfect a homein
Xer genius proved 'neath foreign 8\111" is or not," laughed Algernon. enemies' if they think 'that their pre- which she is alone in her selfishness,
fto honored Marshal McMahon. :: '
That ins:tnt swept the line along, bet he'd buy the whole of 'em if I serves are being trespassed upon. Married but such industry a* seemeth good for-
A deafening'shout that echoed long-' sell 'em. They're the prettiest women should be a power in society, a woman, industry in making clothes

Twaa like a victor's triump son--Good Jr. Cheer. ever seen, and I've seen scores of they should take precedence of young for the naked and giving homes to the

:' Good Luck. malines." girls by reason of their knowledge if homeless.
BY ADA CAELTON. "Are these called tourmalines? the world, their savoircure, their I The name spinster is very old, and

''I wish I,could-help you, mother." ""Yes"said Algernon;and"then superior wisdom ; but when they ex- early used in the jurisprudence of Eng-
"You do help me, Rick." came up with the brindled cow change the title of "Mademo'selle"for : land and Germany as a means wherebyto

"Earn:: a lot of. 'money, for you, I the two boys arose and said that of "Madame," they should : distinguished unmarried from married -

mean, to pay oft: 'that 'wretched. old'1 I I to each other. I I make their tutelary divinity Palias- females. It is supposed that in .

Mortgage. I do try to, mother, butanehow "Now you'd better send those be I II Athene instead of Aphrodite. San' remote ages it was customary to burr

folks that have me once don't to Dr. Henry Fortescue 59 I I I Francisco Argonaut. the s ,indl -pins with industrious maidens -

want me again. *I.hate to'hoe corn and street, Brogna," said the 1 I i as: in some graves recently discovered ..

dig potatoes so, and maybe that's the "It'll. be worth while, I tell you. The Fair Sex. in Suabia these were found. Alfred -

reason.+ I'd.a good,deal rather be dig- Rick walked home on a r. I in his will, distinguishes the men

ging amongst the rocks at, the foot of "I on't ,tell mother," he The Most Perfect HomeI and women as the spear-side: and the

old Mount Cain." "because, maybe, she'd only be ever saw was a little house into the I t spindle-ide: ; while in the Germany of

That was exactly what the people ofGarland pointed, after all. I'll go to Dr. sweet incense cf whose fires went no to-day the titles scfuceri-mnzen (sword
about Rick Da- tescue costly things. A thousand dollars servedas
were saying myself. be members) and sjJilldk.'lJ1< 'Y1 Ion. He went to Mount Cain next a year's liviug of father, mother and members: ) ale not uncommon.

"Be's'a good. boy," Squire Ballard, ing, but he found no more ty time children. But the mother was a Thus tue spinster, bearing industry

fettered to his wife, ''and.he. don't and when he had ended a long ; creator of a home. Her relations with in her name should feel that industry

rem to be actually lazy, but he don't said to himself that there'was no her children were the most beautiful I is a duty she owes to the 'world at large;;

tor DO kind o' heart_ in his work." to be found. have ever seen. Even the dull, commonplace for living up to one's title is a paramount

And so Squire Ballard had gently "But it's funny to think: how man was lifted up and enabled claim. For her there is need'to:

tinted to Rick,when his day's work years those lay there waiting to do good work for s<.uls by the be industrious in making kindly feeling

was done, that his services in the corn- when there ain't another one :: atmosphere which this woman created. exist, industrious with the needle

Add would 'not be further required. said he; and he went home t Every inmate of her house involun- industrious with quick feet when Borrow

And Rick carried, his sore heart and happy enough. He meant to se tarily looked into her face for the keynote c-ills to her "Come," but never industrious -

the hard-earned half-dollar home to his Brogna in the mOl ning early ; s J of the day, a. d it always rang clear. with the tongue, &: the iu saying

other;"and the next morning he got said to his mother as they sat my FlOm the rosebud or cloverleaf, which good .words-word that will makeuspinster" -
if and stood out at the low door under in the twilight after their frugal urn I in spite of her hard housework:: she
a very crown of glory on the
the IwingiJ g hop vines with hiShands had been eaten : are always: found to put by our plates at head of her who giveth.of her rich start

: Behind him and his dreamy gaze wandering "Will you let me go breakfast, down to the story she had of love and good works.

across the country to rest on old mother, and not Know where on hand to be read in the evening, there I .

Mount Cain,outlined against the deep And want, my satchel full of flir was no intermission of her influence.She The Kitchen.

line of the sky ; and then te said : thing to eat. Do say I can, she t as always: been and always will be -

MI want to help youonother, .and I But Mrs. Davidson didn't my idtal of a mother, wife and home- BAKED QUI CES.- Quinces -baked-

; will. These must be something. for me ,she could say so. It was not ex maker. If to her quick brain, lovii g with the skins on are delicious when

aemewhere." Rick had used great many the heart and exquisite face had been.added served warm. Put one on a saucer at
; Ifn. Davidson-smiled she' the' appliances of wider each plate. If mashed with a knife tie-
; was very arguments tnat she finally gave culture, hers
fiond and fond of her boy. sent. tramp't and would have been absolutely the, ideal core is easily removed ; then. put on a

"If it 'wam' for the mortgage," "Iv'e often thought I could a home. As it was it was the best I have little butter and plenty of sugar la

: entinued Btek, "we'd. manage well all lengths," said she, "and I'll tramp'I ever seen.-Helen Hunt}' process of baking the quince lobes the
with 12 cent. interest strong taste which is disagreeable to-
sough ;but $100 per so yet, and you can go if you Send Girls Out of Doors.
is a big, sum for us-for 'you to her many, and retains a delicate flavor that
mother." Well he found his way to 59 is How can girls get a chance to liveoutof is excellent.
>: lay street, and bravely mountel the doors more ? Wh'Mi they are little
l "Yes," said Mrs. Davidson, with a n QUINCES ,AS SWEET PICKLES.
ing stone steps, though his children their fathers an 1 mothers: must
liP which she could not repress; "but the. Quinces wake delicious sweet pickles
painfully. But you may provide them with Qportuuities.\ Thi
mean sell the cow if bad comes to Peel them, cut them in quarters,
surprise and delight when, on is a sacred duty of theirs wh ch. they
worst, Rick." .. stick two or three whole cloves in each
ushered into handsome should
,a room, nom reomittbautoprovidetheuiwith
". ,
"No, we won't, said Rick, deter- -' ; quarter then steam: them'until tender.
face his fell that food and
was : I
gaze upon cluhing. have fouLd
alnedly. "That old Captain Bidley *If
. lit ." friend Algernon. and that the daughters of the poor people get and let them boil for a very few minutes
"You see out of doors- in the vinegar prepared for them; or
'I'm going to'sew for .Mrs. Ridley Algernon do more than the daughters of
te- Rick's mother started after, you did, but I rich parents, and that a* a con tqUtnce make the syrup of vinegar, sugar and
day, interposed ,
spices first, and boil the quinces in it
steam. And I've told Uncle t ey are generally healthier and strung-
with a quiet smile. "You might weed in
till soft
about the tourmalines. This is er and often mole beautiful. After girls ; proceed just aa tor pickled
the garden 'Rick, and then you'll have
v pears or that the quincesn
i peaches, only
Henry. larger
get they must
time to dig among the rocks a little." go out on i heir uw
A tall kind-faced man shook accord, and seek out of-dOr amuse being of so tough fibre, need cooking
Bick kissed her. "You're the bedBother ; are
. hand at that moment and shook meat s. There are m any kiuds of outdoor longer Seal in cans, aid they
' had said he and ive
a boy
ever ,
. ; dially. suited will furnish a good relish in,days tocome.
sports to U
em. Archery ii
ke *eeded their small garden with great .
hAnd walked all this one of tbeiii
K Tire before he betook himself across the ; rowing, riding, skating
,. ields and fences to old Mount Cain' boy," he said. "Then you mu and walking ale others There istloer \\:- CRABAPPLE' MARMALADE. -Marmalade

and get jested before we proc the culture and gardening. Some years made of the common Siberian.:;
It was so pleasant there to search *
business." ago I published a boot c.lltd "The crab-apple is not to be despised,' and
among the bowlders and ledges: for new Not until the boy had School Garden," advocating that'evt'rys for the children's lunch or for tea with
: tones to add tolls collection of 'curiellieft. ,
- substantial lunch would Dr. s<- should have a piece of jfiouud good bread and butter it is looked upon
How they talked to him those -
: look at the contents>> of a small where girls and boys could study horticulture as a luxury. Stew the apples, akin*
: fragments of rock;, and how bard be -
tried to understand theft language IBe bag that wasfastened for safe Leu ami agr culture. I am sorry to and all, til they are very soft i mash

studied about his neck. Rick, w say the -dea did not take very ,well, in them adding light brown sugar to your
and poured over his, bits of
yvdding-stone and feld-spar and granite doctor's face, saw it. light up'with like this country, but in France and Ger-, taste. This may be put up in cans or
urea it has in little for
I many become popular, and al- earthern jars and sealed
fee over his books at
: >te never pored "These particularly the'
" 1ebeoL' reedy they have thousands of school winter use. Marmalade may also; bt

are the most perfect specimens gardens where the boys and girls work made of nice peach parings, with now t i
. Be be the he had
passed day just as kind I said the
ever raw
and and then This
..' gtt out-of-door lift, even while} at half a peach left in.
)eased a great many other days It My boy, I will give you $150 school. Botanizing an 1 all similarcut- latter dish is not recommended except -
'wu when the lengthening shadows lot "
of-door pursuits should be encouraged when fruit is scarce, and yoa
told him it was quite time to return One hundred and fifty dollars! -
To study botany geology feel like making the moat of every part
" mineralogyand :
; borne that a streak of Rood fortune that was $25 more than enough -
.. natural history out of doors is wortha of it. .
t. found Bick. In a cleft he discovered a the moil gage. I ,
million times as much as to CAULIFLOWER.
. fceavtif prism, green, and ending in "Oh, 1 thank you," said Rick i in study -Cauliflower is par-
I them
in books
r three-sided, pyramid. I thank Algy. I don't know : she the house. Wbat can ticulary: good wuen boiled until tender,
you learn about birds unless you and changing the and taktog
never saw anything like that;" he mother'll say." I go water twice
: : live with themDr.. Dio Lexis.*
, cried; "it is.lovely!1" He wondered a great deal : : di- care that no scum is left to discolor it.

?lien he began to look for others; and would say, during that short, .on Delightful_ old Maids. When done drain off every drop *f' the-

',-. WQ soon he bad found nearly a dozen, journey'Lome. It seemed as f to Some of the most delightful women the water, and pour over the cauliflower -

. se red and some green, one or ''two had been away a long time. : in the world are those ctmnionly called wile still in the kettle, come

s-. .t.ck, and one of a clear shining pink, familiar place looked strange "old maids." Undisturbt d by husbands milk, adding a good-sized lump

f WI'J large and perfectly shaped,and ex and he almost wondered ,,, I or children, they are perfectly' willing of butter and seme pepper and

.' *.iJJgly beautiful There were not mother would surely know him. to assist in bearing less fortunate,ones' salt ; let this just come' to a boil. 'Serf

i .n, though he scrutinized the ledge' She surely did. Can you iin j I woes, and are in constant demand ,as. hot. I .

l feitg and carefully. welcome she gave him? Must conflda nt3. In nearly every,large family
: Going borne across lots he came upon yea how they cried and laughed i I in there will be found a woman who has -The cost of stopping a Il :;

i" jUgy Verner, who was helping drive t hews er? And how Rick said to his | not married ;. and because of her manygOOtJ train is said to be from 40 to 6Q errata. '

:; '.. from the pasture; be was Judge ; in the twilight again, looking Uf qualities, all the world (at least, --

" _\i Yemer's son.A; I where Muuut Cain stood of th it which knows her well) will wand r I
'-.-,:'>" .XtfbeAhe8aW,Rick be .called ,out to hazy vail : ', that some,gal ant kuighthaa not claimed

-; .. MIa,and made room for him on the "I love that old mountain, this "lady fair and full of grace," and rri1Ax'G.qJ

: ." :j knoll where he was sitting. I Iways: uid love it and 1 nor taken her/ away to make for him happy ) W1D L'u..nraAD
:: Jonas has gone to hunt up old Brin- It's just like a dear old friend to to borne. i -1Origiq PbQto9ra...tiha re3 ..Esgrwiei Oil Pictures.,,

{:_.' ies"" said be. ".Where have you been, And not a tourmaline bas owebow one does not want to hear .:01&Reed wUl tweet certainly, 0P1It.a Ab8crt"fbp oe'tyro. ec1!Arson"Ir ... .ad

f iek f"44Over Cain yielded<< uo from tae day.of wer then-' strong, kindly natures, who have W.a 1o.&r e0d get tell times Its nlue..

f on old Cain," answered Rick ; ,discovery until tbis, though the sufficu-nl strength of ruind to refuse all T .... 1..ve.f, ht Iblerr4'Mti.rrwYat .

:..' sal without more ado be tumbled the Garland ba\e spent,many> men btciu-e their ideal never: came,
.womdeif ul prisms out of his pockets I I the fle rch. At lox Rick, he is y called old maids. The old English
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I 1t F'L'O IDA S.T A"H'.- office;patronage'ln'T irgfiua, and the power 'NEW'ADPL ld'18F. !'S.. CARDS.' J Notice. .

y: ,'THCBSDAY, ''NOVEMBER 22, 1883.. to,levy on all of the Virginia clerks at In the Ci,'c uit Court, Seventh J JU-ml Circuit ,

.,-;-. < Washington, and to dispense Virginia's DE BARY-B-.t\AMERCHANTS' pRlTCIIARD &P lU. T. of Florid*, .L'rrr.trd Ctunty.Henry .

::' ,,;,,,PUBLISHED.. ,EVERY AT "N THURSDAY. quota of the clerkships. commandant Wilson )

of the Navy yard at Norfolk LINE REAL :ESTATE AGENTS. vs. V
9. :ftI t1"l ; : : Florida. gave public "
'' B. Moore j
E.' WAGER, notice to all laborers to come to his house Titusville Florida.
: Elegant Side-wheel Steamers. .
I I' .. and their Action commenced by writ of attJ.chmente ,
pay party assessments. The administration .
f r ...aslng t E ltor & Publisher. sum sworn to one hundred and for
Carrying the V. S. Mall. D.GR..T..
committed its fortunes to ty dollars.To .
,_ ferns; $1.50 per Annum in advance.A .
SQCAKB la one inch in space ;' 18 squares Mahone, and allowed him to; degrade the ONE OF THE STEAMERS OF THIS LINE Wm. B.JIQore t7ul all other jxnona ttterested -

Bake column. public offices in the insolent and will leave Jacksonville daily from wbarj foot ATTORNEYATLAW.LaGrange : I'
most of Laura 20 '. W. .
street at 3 p.m..and S.} and
CASH Advertisements will not receive unaccompanied attention. by the shameless manner, for an implied bargain Railway wharf aUto p.m.,for Florida. Notice Is hereby given that a writ of
I attachment has been issued against the
" 'J'oradvertlalDgrate8eJ1quiro of the Editor that it was to have his vote in the senate Palatka Sanford En
tlVfty enclosinga three cent stamp. Wm. Scott.)1..Thrasher. said "9m. B. Moore and his property has
and in the expectation of the uresident Titusville Fla. Sanford Fla. been attached to satisfy the demand of
-- -
THIS PAPER may be found ou file at that Mahone might- carry the nominatingand SCOTT THRASHER, Henry Wilson amounting to one hundred

Jeo. P. Eowell: &.Go's Newspaper Advertising all intermediate landings south of and forty dollars.
Bureau (10 Spruce Street) whereadvertising vote of Virginia. It crushedthe Palatka. ATTOBNEYS-AT-LAW. Now therefore the said Wm.B. :Moore

contracts may be made for it Republican party in Vrginia by mak- Sanford : : }'loritJa.i and all other persons interested are here- r

;Ii1EW OBK.J ing Mahone such a boss. The defeat of Sunday Boat will leave at 1 p.m. by required to appear and plead to the
b Will make close connections with all Bail i Mr.Scott is now located at TitusvUlc.I declaration filed in the above entitled

THE l STAB is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor Mahone is, therefore, a crushing defeat of Lines for Real Estate Law a speciality..g case on or before the 4th day, the' first

Brevard county. the Republican administration, and of Points In the Interior.And Monday, of February, rule day, a. il.
MINOR S. JONES. 188 t. and if he shall fall to and
the Republican party if the administration with steamers at Sanford for appear
Entert ill fk Post Office at Titusvtile' a* plead as aforesaid judgment will be entered -
Scnoltc -Claaa Matter.FBOBABLY represents the party. Sometimes an Points on Indian Rh-er. against him according to law.

army or a political party can say in de Returning leave Enterprise at 7JO and Sanford ATTORNEYATLAW.TitusYille A. A. Stewart, i

at this season of the year, feat that it has saved honor. No Republican ville on arrival of train arriving at Jackson Florida. Clerk of Brevard county Florida.
Titusville.October 25, 1883. 26cd
the subject most under discussion by a will say that of the administration's I
Early next morning. ENGLISH. I I.
majority.of our people is the fruit ques I defeat in Virginia. It sacrificed honor, M.E. Notice.

. lion "How: to pack and ship'oranges"" public decency, and the official service, Lines Making for close all points connections with rail and steam Notary Public State at Large. In the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial 'Circuit j II

,haa.'been. talked and printed until the and groveled before a boss of its own NORTH EAST.AND WEST. I, Affidavits drawn and all business entrustedto of Florida, Brevard County.

subject is threadbare, but where to ship making, who did not even pretend to bra For all points between Jacksonville and me promptly attended to. To Wm. B. Moore and all other persons ire II"j

and to whom to ship, is an ever new topic Republican. And after all this rollingin Palatka.take one of the steamers leaving Office at his residence. teretted:
Market wharf daily Sundays excepted at 10 hereby notified that writ of
Titusville, Florida. Xou: are a i
as the year annually rolls round. A the dirt it was beaten. When respect- a.m. attachment has been issued against the ;

,drips to B in New York, C ships to D in Republicans say they are glad that FAST MAIL. g F. GRAY. said Wm. B. Moore and his property has I
Leaves Jacksonville tor Green Cove Spring,
,Philadelphia, E ships to F in Cincinnati Mahone is beaten, what is the reflectionon Tocoi and Palatka. been attached to satisfy the demand of

or Chicago and there are a half-dozen Arthur?-Cincinnati Neva Journal. Lake Steamer MAGNOLIA leaves Florida Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL of George Two F.hundred Ensey amounting dollars and to the interest sum I

...1_ Central Railroad wharf at-a. m, daily Sunday
buyers or commission merchants in eachof WORK WARRANTED. thereon from July 19,1883.
GOV. BLOXHAM'S excepted returning same day.
these places who advertise themselvesas For further information aonlv at General Work or orders left with P. E. Wager or at Now, therefore you the said Wm. B.
Post Office.Titusville or with A. Brady LaGrange Moore and all other interested
and Stree'UW.B. : persons
Ticket Office,corner Bay Laura
"Florida fruits and The Jacksonville Daily Herald.
receivers of vege- will receive prompt attention. Will be
While we do not pretend or desire to .WATSON.Manager. in Titusville every Monday. are hereby required to appear on or be- 11
tables." As to the responsibility and re C.B. .WICK,Gen.Pass.Agent. fore the first Monday the 4th day of February

1i&bi1ityof these numerous advertisers, speak as the mouthpiece of Governor DR. B. R. WILSON. a. d. 18S4, the same being rule day I

Bloxham, we are in a position to give the for said month, and plead to the declaration I
one in dozen of Florida CASH CASH! CASHWHEREP !
not person a our Florida clear idea of filed by the saldpla1utlJl' in said case !II''I
people of a pretty
Will continue the practice of Medicine in
attachment and
fruitgrowers knows anything. Eachgrow- or preceding if he falls
his wishes and intentions in reference to Titusville and to do so judgment will be awarded ,
er ships to whoever and wherever he may vicinity, '
the next Gubernatorial campaign. We against the said defendant according to

fancy,and.the result is he is either pleased have it from an intimate personal friendof Office atJ. M. Dixon's Drug Store. law and the property attached will be

or displeased with his returns, just as he AJL j tin SHE levied on under execution and sold to

may fancy; if pleased-all right; if dis Governor Bloxham's that his Excellency A. B. HAWLEY, D. P. S. pay the said debt sworn to.

stands in an entirely neutral attitude A. A. STEWART,
pleased! all wrong and all the grumbling : toward the next Governorship atti- HEADQUARTERS Visiting Dentist. Clerk of circuit court of Brevard Co. Fla.

does not amount anything.. The re Titusville, October, 22. 1883. 26td
tude that if correctly stated and faith- Makes frequent trips to Indian River
ceiver; of the consignment can say that Lake Worth &c.
fully adhered to, b both patriotic and ad ,
the fruit was,received in good or bad order P. o. Address the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Cir
mirable. He has expressed himself to STORE New Smyrna, Florida. ,
and the shipper has to take the re- cuit Florida in said .
this confidential friend substantially as II. XAUMAN. of tounty.State i
ceiver's word for it c.
of Florida,
It appears to us that this must be avery follows: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Brevard County. I
reflection.Naturally Justice of the Peace and
"I am not a candidate for Mitchel Peterson, 1. :
unsatisfactory of doing this
way I would be glad to be my own Notary Public State-at-Large.: vs.

business, and will become more and more: successor in office with whatever endorsement Also Commissioner of Deeds for the State of A. B. Linderman, Notice.

so;year after year., We do not say this --o- PENNSYLVANIA. (impleaded with) J
and of confidence a reelection -
impugning,the motive of any fruit buyeror expression Office at the Haul-Over. J. K. Willard, Agent.
have might signify. But I am firmly To the defendant, A. B. Linderman;:
commission merchant for we no
resolved not to endanger the peace and T.JOHNSON O JSHI1TT. By the order of this court you are hereby
doubts but that the is
shipper very many harmony of the party by pressing my The Oldest and Most Reliable Place of notified to appear, answer, or demur to

times at fault in his manner of picking, the convention. I shall Notary Public, State-at-Large, a Bill in Equity filed In this suit to enforce

packing and shipping his fruit, and when claims upon and a laborers lien of$166.71 for clear-
neither seek or decline a nomination. If BUSINESS fug five and 57-100 acres ot land, besidesdisburaeatents
ouch is the case, the honest receiver is the the convention should harmoniously nom Justice of the Peace. and costs ot suit on or be-

rea1l f1'erer'in'that his honesty and good inatc me for the office, I would feel bound Court day, first Saturday of each month. fore the first Monday In April. 1SS4, the

name are canvassed in no spared terms. advisable on Indian River, Dealing in LA GRANGE Florida. same being rule day,or judgment will be
be found .
to accept the trust. If it taken against you by default.
Now it occurs to us that it would be .I
if the Witness hand and seal of this
to nominate any other man; GRANGE my court
better to systematize this fruit shippingand decide thata Merchandise November 12th 1SS3.
sentiment of the party should General
'; fruit receiving business, say by establishing Always ou hand a general assortment of A. A. STEWART,
of another section of the
representative 29 td Clerk of circuit court.
a Fruit Exchange, if you may 'certainfor GOODS. "

please thus to call it, in the several great State would make success more None .but strictly yirstefa goods are ,. NOTICE.
I am willing put -
the Democracy
Six months after date I will t
northern cities at which the fruit wouldbe II. present
my shoulder to the wheel to secure the L. Brady. my final accounts and vouchers to the i
received, catalogued, advertised nomination and election of such a man.I bought and sold at this Stand. January 1st 1883 1 yr 36Florida County Judge of Brevard county Florl-

K>ld at public auction and prompt and intend to make no effort for a renoinin- ida administratrix. with the will annexed '

reliable returns made to the shipper. If of the Estate of H.T. Titus, late
ation. I am first for the success of the ---tr--= of said county deceased and ask fora final -

these sales were made on a day certain, and for whatsoever tends thereto." t tlt 11g i A ll iUfgtntlne discharge as such administratrix.
all the fruit dealers in the vicinity would MARY E. TITUS Administratrix.
sentiments broad enough and Remember A Dollar will buy exactly : 8oldb7dru ieta ,
I These are
Titusville, Sept. 17, 1883. 22 6m.
make it a point to attend them and the personal
patriotic enough to any
fruit would be likely to bring a re NOTICE.Six
very criticism that may be levelled at Governor $1.00 worth.EMtabllsl1c.l .
turn for all it was worth, and in event ofa candidate for months after date I will present to
Bloxham as a probable Manufacture.
HonorableJ. A.blcCro County Judgeof
scarcity; the highest pricyAgain of
very him clearly out
re-election. puts Brevard Florida final
county my accounts -
it would be to the interest of lit 1S73.Address AMAZON PAINT WORKS.
active competition for the prize, and and vouchers as administratrix of

Exchange business to obtain the highest attitude worthy of the I the Estate of Bartholomew Einig deceased -,
places him in an IV: J. BERNE & CO.
wouldbe and ask for a final discharge from the
price their commissions
possible, as respect of all good Democrats and of the orders to admlnlstratiou of said Estate.C. .
thus enhanced. All this could be accomplished whichwe manufacturers of the .
State at large. The source from J. SANDIFORD, AdminIstratrix.Titusville

through our State FruitGrorenr' obtain this information is decidedly Fla., Sept. 6, 1883. 19 6m.
Association and the fruit grow- reliable, and we think the above states The Headquarters Store, NOTICE.

ers of the country would feel a greater Governor Bloxham's position fairly and in all shades and ready forImmediate Land Office at Gainesville.Fla.\

,interest in that Association and select He is not a candidate for re- Titusville, Fla.CONTINETTy1L. Nov. 13, 18S3. /
their best business them- squarely. Use. NOTICE is hereby given that the follow-
will make no effort to secure
election, and ing-named settler has filed notice of his
selves therein. the nomination. He is out of the scramble Socially AW For This' Climate. intention to make final proof In support

This with of the of his claim, and that said proof will be
a proper care growersto of office and ready to work for the Hoof Ointment. iud grinders ofPure
supply themselves with boxing during made before E. N. Dinilck, deputy clerk
choice ofthe, party. circuit court,,at Lake Worth, Fla., on
.the'summer months, so that they may be .1. .. Cures Cracked Hoofs, Sprains Scratches White Lead, Tuesday, Jan. 15, 1SS4, viz: Edwin R. .

properly seasoned and ready at hand Public Opiniuu. & Colors In Oil. Bradley, of Lake Worth Fla., D. S.718,

when wanted would greatly facilitate the GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHAKOES. and Sores in for the lots 3 and 4, Section 34 Towrisnlp
Office: and 'Factory, 44 S, Range 43 E.
of -
handling and shipping of fruit and, in We fully agree with one our exchanges He names the following witnesses to

our opinion, would be far more satisfactory in saying that the time has now Horses,. Cattle and Sheep. No. 26 Ocean street, prove his continuous residence upon and

to all concerned. arrived in which it is imperative upon JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. cultivation of,said land,viz:Albert Geer
,:., throughout the Ask your Storekeeper for it, or write M. W. Dimick. Wm. Lanehart, Benj.
Why shall we not do something in this the Democratic papers time is .ICi'r Seud for color card and price list. Lauehart, of Lake ,V orth. Fla.
way and obviate to a considerable extent : State to stop their fighting. direct to the manufacturers, I L A. BAUNES.

,the_hurry, bustle, confusion and anxiety approaching in which every Democratic AGENTS Wanted. wg'i :":. b I SOWS Register U. S. Land Office. '
desire to orb of chancier rrett +r
,*,the present lack of system as practiced vote will be needed and if we Administration AMERICAN LUBRICATING. low w to_prier Qe_selkag; Uit Aiw:B* _d04 iMiMH.wetywfcew..t ;Natknllc.T UMMl tons..... NOTICE OF INCORPOR.J.T10J.V

by huge majority of our. fruit growers? see a change in the National Man I i RiTer & Norton TransportationCOMPANY. >t

J ..e. there must be no half way doingsbut OIL CO. $100.00 A WEEK !

;. TWO GRATIFYING DEFEATS.The be presented.Marianna .- .
must the above amount to
a solid phalanx We can guarantee NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that in ac
? : Cleveland, : : : Ohio. good active energetic .
Democratic does not weep for Courier.Mr. cordance with the laws of Florida, we..
party not think the .Agents the undersigned have formed association
does an
E.M. Cheney
,&e and the re- .
I, defeat of General Butler, should disband to STAlTDARDLaundry Lulics us well as gentlemen, make a success to be styled and known as the In-
*i ectable Republicans in general are gratified Republican party in the business 'ery little capital required. danRiver and Northern Transportation
who kindly We have a household article aa salable asfiour.
But the a' few Independents Company for the of constructing ; -
;. by the downfall of Mahone. oblige Wax It sells itself purpose
furnish it with a Governor, Con maintaining and operating a Railroad -
f, .two'cases are very different in character offer to f It id u cd every day in every family. You do from a point on Indian River at or
b too partic
Mr. Cheney I not need to explain its merits. There is a richhar"C
?od in relations Butler for his own gressureuetc. I near Rockleuge to a point on Lake. Poin-
party this
that this Linen beautiful finish t lor all who embrace golden oiportnn >-
mind Preserves gives a -
purposes called himself a Democrat, and ular. He should bear in ity. It costs you only ono cent to learn sett on the St. Johns river in lirevard
when the Political Tail wagglesthe what our business is. Buy a postal card and county, Florida, for the purpose of con-
r y ?ul a contest in 'Massachusetts for hlm- is an age in the South prevents the: iron from sticking,saves write to us and we will send you.our prospec. veying persons and property. Said road
so tui and full particulars
| ,;alt*. The national, Democratic party Dog, and especially tq be three miles in length or thereabout.. ,
| < cannot with the Independent tail and the Republican :MIXOK S. JOXES,
x *%ply let him alone. His,defeat labor. -o- _
Harold. And we know you will derive more good than ALEXANDER :\. STEAVAKT,
| .*Jte called a Democratic 'defea't: On the Canine.-Tavares you have any idea of. Our reputation as a JAMES A. McCKOitr.' I
: "There manufacturing company is such that we can
J '<:i therluihd; ,.the administration committed The Key West says FIVE CENTS A CAKE. not afford to deceive write to us on a postal Titusville, September 21,1883. _22 3ui.HO .
v.itielf i+ off its tobeagrowingstfutimentthrough- and give your address plainly and receive I
cast appears
| to.Mahone. For him to
full particulars. 21
| : the present leaders for it. Made by ly. PATENT NO PAY.
State to relegate Ask Storekeeper
j| 'j fF. tense.of making the tenure of govern- out the element your Buckeye DI'f'g. Co. Marion, Ohio. ,
Obtained for Mechanical tic- "
>: and bring younger
fe to the rear i
J .Xrueut: officeri< club!,and laborers exempt Thisdeparfure was tried STANDARD OIL CO.; Ltir -". Ko Dyepu&tloa. PATENTS vices. Compounds, Design*,
: ft on' and their lanf8It to the PAYSQNSRLl& a with anycbaapenJany and Labels. All preliminary examinations
,;; petty services, in New York and Ohio, and'W fabric.PopoUrfordtcorastm : aa to patentability of inventions free. Our -
ioln forelection ex- successfully t work on linen. Bcceir CeDe "Guide for obtaining 1'atents" u gent frets ,
.. forcedxiitributions Ohio.august ,
1- with propriety be ventured Cleveland, : '. :V. .. : *;.: v tfptriil isD>1r Jf XMptOflUk everywhere. 'AddressLOUIS BAGG EK*CO, ''

,.under texmro f diatltis al,.- :It'gave think it might 3,1. "v **4>%/. 19**'!-'i, WU ., INK- > ?Ei&&bllibfdDU7.taUaoen A.NeRS Sold bgt'e by all,. Solicitors of Patents. Washington,I>.C. :

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.' -An excellent-stain for giving light- I Agricultural.The i there should be .inverted another pan. To obviate this he put the cows

.Field, .... -or Science. colored wood the appearance of black Butter Record- of a Famous sufficiently large to entirely inclose the in the stable at about 3 o'clock tach afternoon

it'A of spider has been found walnut may-be made and applied as t Cow. .: vessel containing the water. The depthof and fed on hay and gave them
species Take Brunswick ''black thin ,water should not be sufficient to grain as usual. The result
follows : ,was all he
Eurotas Bomb Belle of
on the African coast whose web, long ; and Jersey ,
it down with turpentine until, is about allow of its overflowing into the plate anticipated ; a result of three hours allowed .
and firm resembles yellow silk. 'An attempt Scituate, bave become'fam usfor their
the! Tight tone and color, and then add containing the seeds. The whole a this scent to pass off in the other,
will be made to introduce it into I butter records: the yields,being so large '
j about one-twentieth its bulk of varnish. I; as rangement should then be set in a secretions, though previously it very
France. I to cause many to, suppose that the
is said will moderately warm place, and thus, the flavored both milk
This mixture,,it dry hard limit of butter, production had been strongly and butter.
Brohme's experiments seem to show and take varnish" well seeds will be _subjected to all the condi- The same course, he suggests, would
reached but
; a new competitor entered
that in the plant there are two operations tions favorable to germination namely, be'an.
probably advantage when: the
Blasting paper has been made by the field, and. "Mary Anne of St.Lamberts .
taking place-making sugar from carbonic air, moisture, darkness and warmth. milk tastes of other foul weeds in the
J. Petry, of Vienna. It consists of owned by Mr.V.E.Fuller,
acid and the converse of the same The air will circulate freely beneaththe pasture, and he is probably right.
unsized blotting coated of Hamilton Ontario has surpassed all
or ordinary paper .
sugar into starch. I edges of the inverted pan ; the at-
I with a hot mixture of seventeen partsof others in yield. ,
mosphere inside the pan will be quite No Secrets From Mother.
-At 'the Fisheries Exhibition in | yellow prnssiate of potash, seventeen This wonderful cow, in a butter test

London'may be seen a lobster- sent'from. of,charcoal, thirty-five of refined salt- made under the auspicies of the Canadian saturated with moisture,' for evapora-, This should be every g'rl's motto. It

this country which weighs about twen P tre, seventy of potassium chlorate, Jersey Breeders' Associaton, gave tion will continually go on from the is not healthful for any girl to have secrets -

ty.:eight pounds and is three feet long.' ten of wheat starch and 1500 of twenty-four pounds and,thirteen ounces surface of the inclosed water; light will in her possession .and the'fewer

One of its claws weighs eight! pounds.' water. When it is dried :it is r cut in- of butter in seven days, and for three I excluded by the inverted pan, and the that lie in the hearts of women of any
temperature of a regularly used kitchen
-M. Herve Mangon calls attentionto days of that time she gave thirteen ge, or of men either, the better for
will well induce
carridges.Professor to Da-
very germ
the case.with;which cep1ant'can': be pounds and four ounces. Being further tion. I'them. But the moment a boy or girl

cultivated on'a large scale as source of Huxley maintains thatin tested, without resorting to the forcing I has a secret that mother must not know,

potash. According to him the fresh -fishing- districts an acre of, sea was system (the feed being five quarts of "A littla fresh water should be poured or a friend that mother must not hear
plant contains about half of 1 per cent. 'more profuse in food production thanan ground'oats, with, grass), the yield of I in now and then to replace that which about,there is danger. A small amountof
butter 209 and two and evaporates, the cover pan being momentarily secretiveness
of potash. acre of land. Salmon rivers requiredprotection. was pounds a se has led .to a great
( half ounces in sixty-two days, or at the removed for this puipo, e. Evenin amount of 'trouble' in
-'A writer In the Cosmos lies Mpndes, But in the cage of the'greaC man) person's
one and the same sample some of the
rate of three and six
proposes to dissolve zinc hydrochloric sea circumstances were entirely differ; ounces lives. Man, however, can better affordto
seeds will always germinate before
acid, to sell the)hydrogen,gas for filling ent. He believed that the cod, herring, daily. This yield is remarkable on account others, but when the young shoots of be reticent than can a woman ; and
of the length of time in which
a girl ,who will frankly tan her mother
balloona'and to utilize the zinc chlorideas pilchard, mackerel and similar fisheries
the first germinate have attained
she was tested, and as the tests of other a where she has been whom I
she has met
a disinfectant. The article, hardly were inexhaustible, and were..entirely ,
length of from half an inch to one inch
cows have been for week thetest ,
one only, and what was said and done always
appears to be a serious one. beyond the control of man either to may -
it be fairly concluded that all the
in this may
case was entirely a competitive
H diminish be sure she will have her mother'ssympathy
the number of fish, or; to increase -
-4r. out that the
: A. ppinU trial. The milk from this cow seeds capable of germinating have doneso
and receive the best
influence.both of light and heat ,has a them by cultivation. ... is so rich that four and a half quarts oft and then it is only necessary to to her, The adviceas
companions. mother
tendency to,reduce:the amount of, ammonia -In the English navy only lime juiceis make pound of butter,or,by weight, I count the number of seeds which have knows from her long experience of human -

:4 present in rain water, and attributes ; used with the gratifying result that nine pounds of milk to every pound of not germinated, and to estimate the nature what is the

this diminution not to volatilization scurvy is now practically unknown. In .butter. As a usual thing, over twenty precentage of failures. An exact number for her and with proper whom course
aaugnter she
but to;absorption !y ,the organic the merchant marine service, however, pounds of milk from ordinary cows are of seeds need not necessarily be '
should associate and it is
only when
matter exiatiug.in the water.. lemon is used to taken and indeed it is ;
juice chiefly owing required to make a pound of butter. perhaps fairerto girls are known to'conceal their
-Some paper used for,covering small its cheapness, and here cases of scurvy 'Such an animal has proved herself a take a spoonful haphazard out of the from their mothers that they become doings

articles elegance by .shopkeekers, .on are frequently occurring, not Mr. Con- first-class butter producer, and it is interesting sample, count these, and place them all targets for scandal's shafts. Innocent

the Continent of Europe, and especially roy thinks, that lemon juice is inferiorto to know what she is, from in the germinating apparatus. Suppose faults
are quickly condoned kind
in the West End of iondon, closely resembles lime juice as an anti seorbutic but what strain, and through what channels 143 seeds have thus been taken, aud by
mo hers who know that
'satin., ,. Ordinary' ,. paper,coveredwith simply that it soon becomes inert and have descended to her those qualities eo that 102 of these ai e found to germinate to,make mistakes when they were
asbestos to desirable useless by fermentation.M. then out of ''143 there prone they were
powder, dyed any excellent and'remarkabl. To state are forty-one and
shade and properly fixed on with Pasteur is strongly inclined to that she is a Jersey- cow is not sufficient, I failures, so that we should infer that 'young culpable, a'girl if she will is never do to anything have

weak gum gives the_satin effect. believe that the, :plague which has as there are several families now promi ,I about 23 per cent of the seeds in the 'very secrets from her mother.sure no

-Jr. A. Mayer says sourness accelerated caused so many deaths in' Egypt is produced nent. It is best_ to classify her as a sample would not germinate when sown. Many woman now'looki back

when milk is heated'at 450, but; by some species of microzyme. "Rioter" cow, since she traces indirect a A more correct result is obtained by her'past life, and sees if she upon had

retarded, if heated for twenty-four' :As yet he bases his opinion upon theory, line to the Jersey bull Rioter. conducting two, or even three, distinct been compelled to tell her mother of all

hours at 55. In the latter case, however because no one discovered the' sup Like all the celebrated Jersey cows, she sets of experiments simultaneously, that occurred to her, she would haveescaped

the milk assumes a burnt, taste. posed germ of the disease. The probability is somewhat in-bred, tracing to Pedlar, and striking a mean between the severa grevious sin and It is
:For the preparation of condensed,milk: is, however, that the theory through her sire, Stoke Pugis 3d, in show results, which, by the way, should not said that, young ;girls talk too much

it is recommended to use partially will be confirmed before very ,long. several directions. Eurotas, another much variation. about themselves' but it is far better to

creamed milk,as it decomposes. lesarap? Many very eminent men are and have excellent butter cow, also traces back "The report states that in several do that than to,tell too little, and to

idly. been devoting their'attention for sometime in her pedigree Pedlar. The dam of samples of seeds of Alopecurus pra- harbor secrets which may lead to deplorable

-The estimated value of the peanut to this subject of cholera origin, Mary Anne of St. Lamberts, though ; tensis, the common and useful meadow consequences. It is the little

crop of the country is $3,000,000.: and jfood results may be eXpected.Dr. from a good family and closely inbred, foxtail grass, very small percentage rift in the lute which spoils the music;
did not possess the Alphea blood as : sometimes only one two-of
or the
According to Eggertz;, steel made Starke makes use of,the following and it is these little defects of character
did Europa, the dam of Eurotas, but seeds were able t? 'germinate. This is
from an iron containing so small a pro test to ascertain whether patients which leads to some of the greatest
her sire, Eupper, sired a large numberof attributed to the fact tliat the
portion as ,05 per cent. of. copper is have followed his directions when he evils of life.
noted cows, and her grandsire, Lord were gathered unripe, and in
found to be worthless. prescribes iodines. .It might also be many- r.a
Langar, was equally as famous. These cases the sample consisted only ofempty
Although RusSia has vast beds:,of made use of.,by ,a physician; to learn :
animals, though not familiar to many, glumes, so that it was like chaff A Femine Orchestra Leadar.
coal she Imports nearly half of what she whether a patient has taken iodines
are well known to all good breeders of without any grain ; possibly however -
againt his wish. He lets the ,
uses chle through" lack of internal patient
Jersey cows. there are still some traders who adopt So many women have drifted into all
communication. spit on a piece of white paper, and then
There is somehing else to be observedin the pernicious practice of working oft sorts of trades and professions during
spreads some calomel over it he
-A'wo'nderful mineral is found only sprinkles calomel on any sores that the relation to this cow in addition to her their old stock by mixing old seeds the past few years, and been successful

in Missouri. It is called Adams cobite, patient may,have. Tile calomel turns famous records, and that is the import- with new ones, just as grocers mix their in them too, that it has come to be ai

and it is so hard that'it will cut steel, bright yellow there is any iodine in the ance of breeding for the best qualitiesof old Barcelona nuts with the new sea- established fact that women are capable

without losing its e3ge., .' system.-Medical Record. +* an animal, instead of for "points." son's arrivals, and if the old seeds have of doing' anything they make up
-TWO tablespoonfuls of Epsom salts -- It is true that the mark of the escutcheon lost their vitality the sample is of course: their mind to do-that is those who have

dissolved in a pint of lager beer, and applied -It is'reported that_a firm in Paris the soft velvety skin and the large seriously depreciated. If the practiceof any minds to make up. Among the

with a brush will cause glass t has patented an .invention' :for the instantaneous milk veins are always present in the determining the germinating powerof latest aspirants for favor in a new fieldis

appearfrostet or ground.It formation of steam, so that best cows, but the' minor points of color seeds before, sowin; were more generally Miss Emma Steiner, of Baltimore, or
it can be used at once in the cylinder were sacrificed preference to breeding followed we should probably hear rather formerly of Baltimore, of New

is found by the survey of the of the ngine. A pump sends the required from the best butter cows, and the less of the plowing up of land on York now. She is under contract with

Great Lakes that, there a slight tide quantity of water between two result has teen that breeders now know which sown seeds bad'fa Bed to Rice as musical director of one of his

in them, but not of sufficient extent to plate surfaces, which are heated, and that they can increase; the butter yield '''strike."' opera companies. She manages the stage,

be noticeable without special care, the between which there is only capillary by breeding only for that purpose, directs the music and leads the orches-

amount of rise. and fall not exceedingtwo space. The liquid spreading into a thin selecting the same family, even if it Feeding Turnips. tra. Quite enough for one woman to

inches., layer evaporates instantly without going compels close in-breeding, the improvement Feeding turnips to milking cows is do, isn't it ? From her childhood up

-Oil of white birch bark dissolved into the.so-called: spheroidal state, and being very rapid under such a objected to on account of the ill flavor she has been, as her friends express it

in alcohol when applied to fabrics ren the steam acts in the cylinder as fresh- system. communicated to the milk, and which "music mad." There is nothing about

ders them waterproof and preserves formed steam. The speed of the pump Although such cows are perhaps too spoils it for any good use. But it is not music she does not understand, and

them from the attacks of insects without is regulated by the engine. high in price fpr the ordinarydairyman, necessary that this ill flavor should begiven seems to be capable of doing the work

in any' way seriously impairing th eHow digestion is affected by such yet a lesson is taught in the fact that if to the milk. It is caused by the of half a dozen women. Miss Steineris

appearance or the pliability of,the ma condiments as salt and vinegar J has one is not familiar with points much very volatile odor of the roots, which i is slight and graceful in appearance,

terial.Sup been carefully studied by M. C. II as- can be done in the matter of improvement absorbed by the stomach, and then by with brown hair and which, to use a

we have a square tank and I son, and the results presented in a paper by judicious selections from our the blood, and lastly by the milk. A man's phrase, "means business." She

wish,to make a round one to hold the read before the Academy of Sciences, dairy cows. An advantage maybe large part of it is carried off by the'perspiration does mean business ; nay, more than

same number of gallons, how shall we Paris. Taken in moderation these gained by starting with a good strain, through the skin and a large that, she means success. Of the word

get the size ? By this.rule : :Multiply y condiments are useful. They :: part through the kidneys. The reason fail she knows nothing. She is of Ger

one side of the square .128, the product the formation of the gastric juice. b- of the rapidity of this effect of feeding man extraction and unites with her

is the diameter of a circle of equal if they are indulged to excess they the breeds, make judicious selections, turnips is the large proportion of water musical temperament a deal of that

area irritate the coats of the stomach and observe closely, and although it may which they contain, and that water is hard-grained common, and which will

Perack, in the Malay Peninsula, render the food more indigestible. The. not be an easy matter to derive three very quickly absorbed by the blood and bring her to the accomplishment of all

now produces about as much tin everyyear proportion ,of salt should not' exceed pounds of butter daily from a single dispersed through the system, and as her undertakings. Now that there is

,as Cornwall. Last year Perackexported 'five.to ten grains to .0.5 kilo- (I cow, yet the results of intelligent effort quickly got rid of through the skin and such an interest taken in palmistry, one

not less than 700 tons of that grammes'of meat, and of acid one to f j, on his part will not only be satisfactorybut kidneys. It is precisely the same with involuntarily notices the hands of every

valuable metal, In the mining worksthere four per 1000., profitable in the end. One of the i onions, garlic and other strong flavored stranger he meets. Miss Steiner's are

.. are 40,000 Chinese employed at most important objects in good breeding :. weeds, and also impure water.. But emphatically a pair ,of musical hands,

;0 present. is to use thoroughbred bulls only, this very rapid transpiration of the long, slender, and firm, with well-knit
-The'Journal dcPharmacit gives the CORN FRITTERS.-Mix into a pint of for the offspring of the best cows maybe water gives a clew to a ready means of ..fingers-fingers capable of bringing

. following recipe for a mucilage 'which"Will grated green corn one teacupful of ,, worthless :when sired by an inferior avoiding the objectionable effect re- forth sweetest music or of arousing

unite wood, porcelain or glass: To milk, one teacupful flour, a piece of animal.-Phila. Record. ferred to. If turnips are fed immediately great volumes= of passion with their

. eight and one-half ounces of, a strongsolution butter half the size of an egg*, a littlesalt The Seed Test. after milking, night and morning, the touch. This young woman is decidedly

of gum arable add twenty a sprinkle of pepper,and the beatenyelks odor passes off and does not affect the an outgrowth of 'the present decade.

grains of a solution of sulphate of alumina of two eggs. Beat the whole Professor W. Caruthers, Consulting I next morning, unless it is'done immed She has a work to do and does it with-
Botanist the
,dissolved in two-thirds of an thoroughly, then add the well-beaten Royal Agricultural So iately before milking, unless it is.done out ever stopping think whether she is

'ounce of water. whites of the eggs. Drop it by, tablespoonfuls Lane ciety of England, gives in the Mark immediately before it, as water is absorbed stepping outside the prescribed limits of
the '
-A.method ef coating the surface of into hot butter' or drippings, for determining Express, the following plan from the stomach into the blood the clinging ivy. She is a keen, brignt
and fry on both sides. Serve hot germinating powerof with great rapidity, and the odor business
on a
wood so as to render it hard as. stone seeds. would 'C8a 7, and has, by her indus
warm platter. begin to reach the milk in a few try and
,bas m.e.into in Germany. The min ability, added materially
, vogue
"Let 200,'or 100, er 50-as may be utes. The very
i:. composition,is.a.mixture of forty parts .. thought best, of the seeds be counted vented-it odor is of garlic may be pre to the fortune inherited from her fame -

r f of chalk, fifty of resin ,and four'of linseed -The Italians dry and pulverize 'thepuJp out and placed one deep on the surfaceof same manner said-in but have somewhat th ily.-Family Ladu.
,oil, melted together, thenidding of the tomato. not person ..
Iii. The ripe tomatoes the plate. This plate should then be ally tried the effect for
1:; one part'of copper,' and finally' one ofr are.macerated'and, when reduced'to "a placed in a large plate or in a shallow lic. But it is so reported want of- the gar The largest bell ever east on the

r sulphuric' ,acid. It is applied hot with thin pulp, it is strained to remove theceeda pan containing about a quarter of an !S who: says he was troubled by a, dairyman Pacific coast was lately made for a fog-

a brash.A .. cores, etc. inch in depth of water, and over all smell of garlic or wild onion with in the his Weighs signal alarm 3333 pounds.at the Alcatrai Jdool'

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>, THE STORY OF LIFE. 'I'hate a good deal of.,time out of school ," he called out,"CAU yuuswim?" ..withJ.whom (she had a fine game of ; Faatilonh:'I ...

when I might be doing something. If "Y s. .rr"': cl bnny romps. -

.JOHN O. sax' I 'd n't 'get enough ito ') ':tl1at '
buy sewing "Thiave ml itidaughter l ,if Irs. Cooper'4ew Johnny -New' fans form begonia leaves im

,'' what is life? ,* ('jato be born; machine, I,may get something else that had 8av..;.r ii6 ft dark ..
'. *Y. babe to greet the light w you caI1f1'Shh |u fallen out of the ,: .:-t"" ,.. "irl'j .ora. ; ditlwb-i.. ... or shaded velvetNew
A helping mother .
With A sharp wail as if the morn Win tileJ. :-t boat. Where she ii% Ml- ing,: b to netr inquired: what; reward French drawers 'have..a goer

Foretold cloudy noon and night... ; The next day was Saturday and BCK oldij The Uttfejgjrl just }ppered above: the, he'Iwdfi eej-iy.ed/feeling su that, taken out, are trimmed with'lacer acrid,

'To.With weep sunny. to,sl smiles e ,andweep beween-and: again.then* ? not kiep.7 ,It was.about the. first of surface...of. the water.* Luckily was he would.telT' ',her some timeT's for tied with ribbon,'to match chemises.- !

And,.then' the infant grows October. 'In'the wWnJ.Vhere rJohnny very neair'the.- shore' ; .yetr'too.. .." deep. for Johnny, he had his reasons for ;keepingsilent -A beautiful. dress. fan ,is of black,
apace lived there were many swamps planted anyone"to venture wh'owas unable ,.-,as Re'knowAt '
To be a laughing, sprightly boy. I __ gauze, with butterflies, hand-painted,
H: despite his little,woes. with cranberries, which were now ripe t to swim. Our young .hero. had plenty length. Mrs. Cooper's birthdaycame. upon the leaves. The sticks 'are dark t
To be, in he short but consciousof from two to his ten.joy! and ready.for gathering.: ,It was neces-1 I' of courage., Moreover; he was an-expert .- Ii Johnny was full of impatiencefor shell.
A merry, moody child- and then? sary to pick them before a frost, since! swimmer, haying i.' been taught. by his evening? for then the express wagon .. -The ribbed/:silk stockings in dark[

And then in coat and trousers clad. ITo this ,fruit, if touched with the frost, father before he ,went* to 'the.;:war. Would i! rnvefrom. Boston with thepresetitfoi shades are the'most, fashionable for day'

learn to Bay the decalogue | will decay rapidly. As/Johnny :,was Without a. ,minute's, .hesitation he ; Iris'motlie, As ,soon' 'as' ; unless
wear they are selected to match
And With break mirth it, an and unthinking mischief all lad agog, : /? stroant m I',coming home, from, the store, he meta:4liool I stripped off his I jacket and plunged in. he heard'lfierTimDledf'S' +1+ $. ti tie r: wheels't ;":.tie..'' the dress., S

; oft by field and fen, ,' comPaw ,.who seemed to be A few vigorous strokes brought.him to ranthe, door. Tq jiis delight !
butterflies-and then? in a hurry. seized \ ediit .: A: charming dress worn.at a casiB
And capture the little girl. He her,just as thewigoii's&p the gate. entertainment-'of: pink

Aid then. increased in strength and size. "Where are you going, Fred ?" he in- she was sinking, 'for the third time. "Come here, youngster, and give and white
,with fringe of small: nklandwhlte!
To anon, a youth full grown; quired. He P
bet I held'.her'till'hetjather..could receive us ajift l'"p.11 d the expressman. "I've, ,
A hero in his mother's eyes. t' ;Ihn a : ; crabapples.The .
in his going/to pick cranberries for her frotn his arms ui'to thelboat for "
Apollo own: got something heavy
""" you.
A "
young Baker/ ;'' < ?ii ** f tho
To imitate the ways of men Squire rr uLet aie-llftyou iartootllesaid.| i _' It'was" -ft :: "' large: i inoatfaah\nablecoj[ % {! .
In fashionable sin-and then? much does he pay.??'. a article, looking some- ,street is at upright velvet band, over
"No, sirI'll. swim to shore said thing like table
,a' ; but what it'was
And then, at last to be a man "Two.cents a quart!" .. Johnny. which laceis, turnc'd, and.wnich ds .finished -
To fall in love,to woo and wed| '?Do you think .he would hire, me & Mrs. jpoo erjcould: ot tell* .on. account in front with. 'plaited_endS.of lace,
With seetbiihigbU i n fo scheme and plan{ f r' "Come up to the hotel this,afternoon.I of Its many ,wrappings.>> ".There..must '- -
Togatergpr.toil for breail; t.t asked Johnny,wittta sodden ihofghk want to .,. and a velvet rosette or bow, it. 'it7 ?
To sue for fame, iH&ongu.andpeT? 6 I' ."..-'Yes,t-and J beiga tb'< And gain or lose the prize-and then? I. _applied. bimselfto the restoration door. "I am, not expecting anythIng -
> rI
got a- good cranberries on the the front of bodices, particularly
many of his thereof ;
a I I daughter. and Johnny: ." .
And then in gray and wrinkled eld vines, and he's afraid thorer.will be a .I'F, rent hoifiQ and ta black or gray wool, ::Insteaa"'Of tucking
changed his:wptcAotheo. "NothereJan'suidTOhnny
To mourn the speed of life's decline; "it's
To praise the scenes our youth beheld, frost to-night.*' 1 He hadjecognizedthegentleman.aa a 'all right rd rested latgV'letters to them to'th: waist they ;are]beat

And dwell in memory of lane syne; "Then I'll go and ask'another if I can merchant from the.city; jV ;'teen *,,:.., t'lan ..''", : Ben V'' ".. "_";" tucked as "a deep uotz wj e-square, ;
darkened ken. JU Jla" 'AlUnor.
awhile with +
To dream #
'Just weeks with velvet.
go. hold on a minute. '" J : 1 and outlined black ;
To drop, into hU grave-and then? boarding at the hotel for a two. "l shalt, want. fifty; cents," said the
.. "All right." -The London Q aen reports a depart
/ He ,
felt a glow of satisfaction in the expressman. '' \ '
", ,,- obtained ore in the style skirts of tadiem* :
z; Having permission Johnny
. !1ftt thought that he had been ,instrumental i've? got it here,": 'said 'Johnny, young
Sewing Ma- rejoined his companion, and proceededat bail gowns, the hitherto indispenaibie
_ How he Bought a i in saving a,human life; font was very seeing than his mother, was searchingfor
to' the The fruit waterfall drapery being, replaced
chine. once swamp. was evident that, her father being unable to pocketbook! by
abundant, for'the crop this year was swim skirts of tulle and 'neV'f.Arranged:I.ballet-
the little girl would but for him 'O, byjtbe.way, here's :something
,Just across the street from.the Methodist unusually good and, Johnny found that have been rowned.I else-,:a :letter directed to you. That fashion in flounces,_ of ,equal i ,)length,

the street ofBenton he ,could, rapidly. When which are trimmed with perpendicular
Church, in principal pick* quite In the af moon he went to the hotel i will be fifteen cents more."
is a small one-story house, consisting noon came he found he had picked I and inquired for Mr. Barclay, for he .J- "+ rows of satin ribbon"":'fastened lightly

of three rooms only. This is twenty quarts* had heard the gentleman's ,name. He "Indeedsaid,! Johnny" surprised."Well upon them, 'producing a pretty sad

oopera widow and '&Canyon come again this afternoon?, here's the'money",",and'he.rtook, novel effect,
occupied by bar 4 ; ,. : was conducted up stairs into a private r ->t r. tAt I
the letter.
ier only sonj/ohnny; with whom atria .asked tb'&jqe.4. f. (;'f I ;-t parlor. I' -, a"recent reception giveir{ T to'a
Mrs. Cooper was unwrapping the'machine. -
our purpoap talbecomafurther acqiain-- 2;Yes;sirasaid; Johnny&rdmpHyi'>> *, Mr. Barclay advanced toward him "What is this ?" she exclaimed party of J treats its was. noticeably t iat

' ted. When the great rebellion broke 'rI.shall. be very glad to have you, for with a smile of welcome.. "I am, gladto ; black: and yellow''were the I avonte'col-

ther of the first hands are ecarce.l' ..... -, in .delighted surprise. "A. sewing : not used in one toilet but black
out, Johnnyfs was one ?. .> f see yeu my brave boy?' he said. machine I I ors.- all ,
Who could have sent it ? :
, to enlist ;It,W as'a' great trial' to him ;Johnny had already earned forty cents; "Is your little girl quite recovered ?" or all yellow dresses seemed,to be,in the
"Do !
about it
to leave Whindi.bih wife :and, son, but : and hoped.tqlainas ihuchmoreigth asked Johnny modestly. ?you" know'anytbiug. I majority, the yellow ranging in hue i
Johnny .
he felt if his duty to go. For more than afternoon. ,He was .so;excited by-his Yes, nearly so. thought, it best \ from palest canary to deep amber *
,mother. It's a birthday Pre-
a year he wrote.cheerful letters. home ; success. .,that- --- he- 'hurried through,his."dinner to let her lie in bed the remainder of sent for from ..: sort of 'treacle-and lastly to a golden

but one. dark day there came over with great rapidity,andywas off onoe the day, as she might have got chilled. "My,dear you boy I me.how could you, ever yellow-brown,'with a reddish tinge' in it I

the wires tidingscdf disastrous mote to:the,swamp.ille workexttill, And now, my dear boy how shall',express have made to< for suggestive, of wall. flowers.. .

'battle .Fredencksburg,.,and. in.the and found at the end of.theday,that.he my gratitude to you foryour noble it ?" money enough ,pay, Waistcoats are i revived- with cloth I

list of killed was:the pame. .."'of James had gathered',fifty quarts Hefejtvery.richwhenft conduct ? Under God;you have been Then Johnny If ) iiaiided hintaone'dollarwgreeoiacki
Loeper. ". ... (-for-Mrs/Cooper t 'f"; 'ftS ufre retUl'nI..fcihis'ser the ,means-of saving..my-dear' child's about it. And her eyes glistened with' chamois, leather," which" looks particularly .i', -

It was a sad day ; in < in. life i I am quite unable.to swim, and I ,I pride,and joy as she heard, for the first well withfawn, browtfand mouse

but she bad little time to mourn. The vices. He felt pretty tired consequence Ehudder to think whatwould, have-happened -,; 'time how-he :bad, worked for months gray, all of which are fashionable

death of her husband.threw the burdenof ,of stooping. so much,, but the but for your timely presence and with this end in view" and she could shades. 'Dull-gold' :colored waistcoats
earded whole dollar .... .
herself And.Johnny thoughttha bad a --' dark
maintaining upon courage. not him .look well with black, red with dark
help giving a grateful, .kiss, :
her shoulders. .;After awhile she obtained -, ,,in one day fullyrepaidhim. "I am very glad I was able to be of which I am sure paid'Johnny for all he green'and old ,blue"with ,bronze; the\
-of is'a month 'which "Mother,'', said Johnny, when he buttons: I
a pension service, ,aid Johnny t had done. .* tIt are wrought metal or plaques,

helped her-cq nsiderably..One.half,of got.,homec"fyoou are, willing*' I swill "I cannot allow such a service to go : was really y a beautiful- machine. very small and often>;filigreed.

it her rent the* Qttief half:paid, keep'thi4! >poneya There i something:: unrewarded said Mr. : "Adequate .
paid and ; t 'want-it for." J' 1 **- Barclay. and, though Johnny did 'not .know it -The capote, gauged and,protruding
for her fuel and lig &, But"it'costs a very particular I compensation I cannot offer, for I cost considerably than 'the bundled like an ancient Quaker's bonnet in
good deal to buy food and clothes'for "Certainly, said. his mother. money wjll not pay for the saving of life; I dollars, he'had 'sent;'iMr8.'.Cbo er front, is very popular.. 'It is trimmed ,

two persons, and she was obliged to toil. shall keep leis and, all you earn. I am but you will allow me togive you this found that.it worked admirably; and with cockade bows of'narrow'ribbon, in

early and late with her need1 *to makeup v cry sure you will hotwish to spend. it.unwisely. as a first installment- of 'my gratitude." I would lighten' her labors more'i even two shades of'color such as pink and red I !
the requisite sum. 'Johnny was now .? ? lie pressed Into the hands of the aston- than she had hoped. \ or light and dark blue; narrow strings il

11 years old, and might have obtained "No., mother, you may be sure of tonished boY.a one.hundred*>dollar bill "But you haven't opened yourlet- bridling. the capote over..the, ears. ., are.
.a chance to peg-shoes in some\of the- that.! haWeD"etthat1the1' "One ituadred dollars I I7 exclaimed ,ter.she. said, :with a sudden recollect tied near Vhe.left ear' 'The''favorite* I
6n iti
shce hi the.village Indeed' he Monday, so. : ''Do colors of old
shops as Johnny,bewilderment you tion. _, the reason area! tepu-cptta,

wanted to do; but'Mw. Cooper felt that teacher wa, sick,found.and-school difficulty was sus in really mean! to giyeme so much" ?"' "So I haven't". saidt Johnny.- '", -, copper, and crushed strawberry.Pretty -

he ought to be kept at school. As she pended.1* Johnny no "It is pttle| ;en ugh, 1 am sure." What was 'his surprise .bn opening it .Marguerite- corsages foryoung

would not be able toleaVe .blnrimoney' .o tain\ng-1I.chance: o pick, "cranberries "Oh, ttam\soglad1"| said Johnny discover: the same hundred-dollar f girls F .are made of royal-blue:
i- i I C'i PoT teighlaor. He1was;determined -
she was resolved<< 'at least to jrjve him as ': : anbtlt ato'do f little better ,than on Sat delighted.til'lN6w: I'c'jan'buy mother a bill which Mr. Barclay i had: originally. laurel-green.orruby.plush,'pink,'mauve

good an education as the village scliools I a he was ,I. sewing machine.?'*.1 givenhim, accompaniedby'the following or pale-blue velvet 'to be :worn over
When evening came %
would'allow. urday. dollar "But doil'tyou want, to, "buy, some- note :. ** f airy skirts of tulle 'veiling or: embroidered -

One evening; just after tea; Mrs. paid fifty-three;' quarts-one- thing forlyourself?"'asked Mr.. Barclay; muslin. In 'front they open'
and six cents. --
Cooper laid down her work with, a little cranberries to be with interest. bought your mother a sewing machine, broadly over a dainty lace chemisetterusse.
"I wish there were ;
aigb, "Johnny," said she, "I 'will get round thought "No, sir ;JI would rather have a sewing which I send by express to-day. I hopeit The very.short sleeves are'edged

you to rim over to 'Squire Baker's and picked all-the year machine than anything., will please you both; and prove very I with, frills of ,lace, and .frequently' the
his Johnny f *:il:.should soon get a,,hundreddoltars.'L Mr. useful. I also send you a hundred ,dollars .
say that I shall not be able to finish t.' r' Then Johnny, 'encouraged by edges are cut in blocks,.with lace shell
I' .( I & 4 'to' which I wish you to use for your
T J ? proceeded
1/ to send } arclav's evident interest ,
shirts to-night;!. but will try last of his ; l self. The sewing macliiine'.wlll benonethe plaitings underneath. .! '%

them over in the morning before.. he ,But. this.'"School'\ wasabout ket, the the 'next" day, tell him..,for-- nearly- -a:yearJie* :- had been !.I less your 'present 'to your mother, -The number of mantels thin bro

goes." picking. saYing up money, without'his' 'mother's since both that and he'money are a very caded materials?upon a* .transparent

"You don't feel well, mother, do arid though ;he' got a little time after knowledge, to buy 'her a machine, in insufficient recompense fur the service': ground has*notably" increased of lateThese
school, he could'only,pick a few quarts. work you have rendered me. Continue to "
; in
order that she need not so hard
? materIala' cHlefl brocaded
you .are (
season was 'over, love and help your mother, and when
"No, I have a'bad headache.i I think When rry the of future.,,"But thus; far he had only succeeded you are old enough to go into a store. silk gauze,with raised designs in silk

. I shall go to bed early and see if J can't Johnny found'himself, possesser eresmalls 1 in saving up $15. Now, thanksto will receive you into mine. velvet,.. or of finest silk 'g n'c1lne., ,in..
\dollars. After gains '
' four It.
t sleep it off."a j onanferra&dfor this unexpected gift, he would: be Your friend ._ raised patterns rot satin. The'ymss-,
Occasionally he HENRY BARCLAY.
"I don't believe't agrees with: you to ran he turned'the' able to buy it at once. "And it'll come ; 'tels are id ijh ahape of pelirines,':large;

-sew go much," saidrJohnny: : -'' aneighbor.vOnce and just right, too," he said, with sparklingeyes There was great joy in the little cot: fichus or elegant jpetisses. r bh j..sie:

grindstone for.about baK.anJour, "for it will be mother's, birthdayin tage that evening., Johnny felt as rich: snub:
'. "I sometimes-wisb'T! bad a sewing- 6f : : lined with gold*mauve or scarlet t ;
-, machine,"*said. rbis 'mother. "That received the\ s all"compen t ; one a week;from .to-day,,and I,can giveit as a millionaire, and could not take his and the effect;;;'is"'exceedingly rllph .and'stJlish.

would enable"roBtO. do':three times ,as centJohnnyVasjboint reign ij !her Par m q it" eI to her then. Only," he ,said, doubt- eyes from the corner where the hand \ ..J... : 4v of MAt .,...-
to thiow- away, \
1 much worlf'eirith"lee" bfatigue"How ." f fully, "I don't know whom'I can get to some new sewing machine had .been a recent! English"wedding the
: when the thought-'camelo-'him that, placed. And his mother, happy as she :
win-xnad ineK'x I buy it. bride wore a drWof rich whit& satin !
much... aO ,a. .. ifcwas it:w(uld'help a'little., x ,
'1.< '$f : >t s\a1l'u,. was .in her present was happier: in ':
. 'cost 1" fI; .' "" f' : -: "I can help. you there; said Mr. Bar- draped and flounced i with old. Brnaasla
> (j*' / 't";'t t j So the autiiaia'slipped away, and to the in '" the thought that it .had cope. :to: lace vit 8l th :1" :t.'f brlc
"I' auppO ia good one.Op: > clay.. 'I"am going city a day I .. ; a ;JIIII... '
,' ,not'far frohtihdred:dollarsie.lY : ,winter came and wentj, 1u t thy priug. or two. I will select the machine;and her through the good conduct of her I kept in iti$ ceby diamond stn,,was .I

.lY; "A hundrd 1- '-,is agood. I Johnny found,moret o: otOnitb6fi1'st:1Aay : arrange to have, it sent down by expresson son. K becomingly arranged over \;wreath of I

; dell of moitdy' .. tb'Johnny" ;'' < tf a : q JttgCha" cote l I1 Il 1ei'.and 1 :: .:' your.mother's birthday." I orange blossom and j&9m1Ee, and she ;

."Y oo, q p v, ,ir'much for our-means: I I found tai&a bad fifteen longtime do11rs.get\&i.I a T-bunx5ddoUBrsJJ'Si -i: "That'll be just the thing'saidJobn-' Dress skirts are 'growing decidedly carried to 'huge bouquet,1,\ composed oL.* 1 1camelias'whttg

Of course 4 sno chance of myosin' "It'll ny. '''Wontt'she be 'aStonished ? I fuller and wider, and this decided tendency roses;'6rraige bloaeo uls, t

able to pure one;t't .':1: tI ; ke ; Jo ??J\o: :*& shan't; 'say anything to her about it be to bouffant styles has, as history; the beautiful orchid odontpgigoa,and I

' 'Jefcttofrfeit, acrcss'the+ ..field:;'.tyB mother wbuld only.fe me 'ga: .to work forehand. Here's the money, sir ; I I plainly reveals, been almost invariably other;white tl w I8The: bridesmaids'Jtastefnl 1
IShttsliatliivka J'Jwl
: : .... SqAs > '" t gould aotueltmg -in a shoe-shop thank you very much for ,that,and for the forerunner of,, crinoline, and crino costumes ,were of crimson ,

\ of what? "' hei mid. Hel better .jo. _tP pict"cranberries 1'P ,b7.' your kind offer",, line we are; to have, unless scores'of plash, trirnmed.with.. marabout,.and 1
ll rc '
to J '
would there'lt b 4' manufacturers who have summoned Rubens hats with crimson ostrich
machine ,
bad of a large |
hoped'the'cost .., t 'NII'd'!Ni" vacation "I ought to be kind to :youi. ,im"ydear; "i '"
? n'
t-t not; exceed'tw jity"fltoDaiBf; 'fo U J in,'that.. : j.'f .-" ,"tt 0'M,. ', when I think how'mifch' have their hitherto idle forces andbegun the. fBatijeri The bridegroom presented

i jt ase there ipteM: .lie 'some IL chance" 'u of J..late I.." ,'then' ." ..rnm.'....A. ".Johnny.. 11'IIt ,'had...ins.f.. ;occasion 0.: to boy done, for me.?' '. : -' ,yeu work anew of making hoop:-skirtst,"have eachlady:! with:;a!brooch,:the.l :design'ling >
''' :' -- sion" uneiii ? listened to a delusive" of Uieucoming coral .i running through two
rumor a arro
Ml'nin'th amount 1n'.ti' me. .'??f "Good afternoon &.? .. .
J { "
' itmiO dot : .J popularity. s' pearl hbraestioes and' bearing he injy ..
; .
a .Illy the nejghborecaUe ,u1odd :: .. "Good aft rnooii. Call, again to; t.( ,
J jolirs ,:him f 8ID$1l' sums; mil.- ." ,. ; ere' 1 I '. it 1"Q; ,.1Jtf4cr7: an ;;:bridegroom,
; gltdsd "' ,thinking'about biliWe: morrow,'and you shall the little girl a

i '1'hese'in 'time'mlghV amount to. lie was.ind.whibhedo busily to increase you have saved'* f .->," -'''; -(L ". ...... 'tttjMfaVjjfiiKH ;

'twenty. dollars.' But a,hpndrW :fund Johnny .did ,caiLtheil ex>:..day ,and weD adapted for the- manufacture i of I ? II'tit. ,'-J"\-y. : r1t:.l}tC8JD..-, ',.. ? '1hyacinUis "'

'> '\ quite to it4ry: J.1Q to ink.cQl act when J JH made ,acquaintance wijh..iittle Annie I: :cases' fo.r 'packing. dry'tP-coda.v' As1 itreediyimbibes i whijte- ,roses,etc. The bride.
: ted a i. --- -aQdtherefoie wore a fine Iardeniai,%BO}the six
"*waulatinglio if' jjjji moisture ; groom
:,' %& <* w *.he--a Barclay whom he found a sprightlylittle a ,
.lirl .jrwtoodttlnd u ,,' it will ndtdo for' sous-buil4ing groomsmen cut flowers of\tuse\ i
t' 8tmfth to girl o r;.tour,1M :.. a.mi peUa, j I l "*' ,
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ATallahameewell-digger ban broughtup t ALTON, WH.A.N'ilSr
the fossil remains of an unknown

animal from depth of twenty-five feet PARSONS'&itPILLSyMAKE PLOW _ftM&D

in the red clay. ":

The officers of the Eacambia Bifles have Manure.PREPARED
selected'.! -twenty-four- men from the com : NEW :RICH BLOOD: : Orange Tree and Vegetable .

pany, and are nightly drilling them for AM wD1--JWlb''''51S Has Stood mthe entire system.M..month. AD7 pe-

the competitive drill to tale place at the ND who wOl tab 1 Nl each silent from 1 to.IS weeks, may he resioted to sound EXPRESSLY for the use of the truit and vegetable growers ofFlorida.
be-lib,It each ttafar lie pwathlo. .ee eadDc. late Complaint*these Pills haw nor It will produce a heavy, but sound and healthy !i on growing tree,.
Martian Fair. qnaL Physioiaaa .M them IB their practics. Sold.vrywl...s. sent hy man foe and wili supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit.

Mr. A.1C. Lentherman, late of Philadelphia 95 ets.la stamps. Bend far pamphlet. L S. XSOX4DIPHTHERIA CO, BO8TO3C IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and In th.,

has established in.Waldo, a factory CROUP, ASTHMA, i1 latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.IT .
,for the manufacture of cigar boxes. tmaotts$relieve tbeae t.rEL S dassaaaa,and IS SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED FOR PI.Y&.IPPLES.
... ulna wee oat fI/I... IsJbnuttoa Out win rava
"Mark your been that are good hearers IIIUI7 live sent ft. by ..... Don oaky a moment
and have the finest fruit to take buds ANODYNE LINIMENTs = uliiax ,

from"advises the DeLand *. Wilmington, Del.
s taa.eamso,. p, atwLnpCarooiesorarusIleklsa whooptoasoQ1

M1SOELLANEOU&WANTED .....MIll.BMIi.. 4t ,_.b... 8eDII12r'. ," to L...J......s co..lIoftoJr.r'r l Ad Captain McLean of the sloop "Agnes" to bring y
fief mat Wort d W
Sane and Cattle Powder aoid M We

VI,,.==--hens 1azwlU ..:::t.;; 6..1....... Powder. I ss. M tiaajoanftil!] to etch plot JNO. ANDERSON of Ormoud.Agent for East and South Florida. "
MEN tx>4. SoU eregwbare.or sent br aWb..W.to ICaIDIIIL 8..IomPIos*Ce.Bonox.JUg; ,

4).....uq.-<.atb vateitaer/W ewatq.as aatasa, s sal tbt Ch.misR aoe&d Wes....
WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAKE HENS LAY florae" QIWe fndi sold Sere an worth-
laa trash Beun that lhuldan'.CoDdit1oa COLLINS CO. HARTFORDEstablished
. an abearalalj wra and InunutMlr
To read this advertisement, and learn the .- -fff5WUImk"BBIIB IAT like uonPMvden. Doa..1 teuD oootal ,
to 1 plat n eC. Sola everywban,or aaat by mall tot S Ittur-tUmpaTl. TjoiBsaMAOOb.BosTCB.rA ..

Safest PUM to toy, IS26.MANUFACTURERS .
OiMftttPUcotoBMy, ,t

Best Plata to Buy. ttai will.Hay aiytm,UN!thai uy

I- ...1YtII.iIIIN,_ sporats. ,

The 0gsrne.: 'tf a WGIId wide :-. .
PIANOS & ORGANS.We / flat a d a i ve tetat se..s ,. Ierk w' \ -. ,t.
rr/ wfdrinlbM i kua nuK'r aim.ralar 0IIG0UI tt dl.,0srsa ) : ( .
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will save yon money, rive yon the a eta--lie 01...ell..:..-..It..castes.- d..........strut....au.bellows. ..IiId. .:'.... :.. ,

very best Instrument made please you In ofp taMl MpwMpnMMBAi.. tM.ud tt to oUr, '. .f... ,
.amore eo place ttr r w t.w..at rtr ;
the selection,deal with you fairly and o..rw BicaM,aJSiiM...kMdte.......bock op. '..:..'-'; "
HIM du teflon aapeq.*dMnpv..... Tk p .." ;,'-
allow privileges.accommodations .I I iMtlMd*to sold Md
which hoagie In the Union will / .peItIa..ia&f.r/i'WM..jr r MMc.4cs
no other ... .......
do. This we cay; this we guarantee.The gi&t ed 01.. ..peter: &__.....ling clU4 opctaM it J :
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place of all others,to boy superb Instruments r t pIa u........wwd 1&iillIiMiI is'0wwa
lowest possible ,is atLudden ,.reed tor t..s b.sa.dcM.. !e Li..... sad s.
at figures
bota cU sad yoa(. is tui tepe.dcs MIll OF
,. puSjalyfcpKSBBtadbrAcpKfiif atr0aaa .OUUO.IOCIALvar.r. n totataiBS ....d s.HI Jl..risat/.
.aeiiintiiinr ."T 1"beck battaea..sad ....,., ,. Tbs
& Bates'SODTHERN price ciKilu.. raMs. aUMrta bata...aad tae dtawad ku....ce*.
; I?I IIudJ iagesed.....&MIa...OYer",.cos..... W.us e.co ged Axes Hatchets Picks
t.ptsca Ile Ote+sena w .-be II this p.ttr ted.c.dptlsa.belie.i.q
die ale will stes.etlet.d.adaft
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Florida. NOTICE is hereby given that the fol
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his intention to make final proof In
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late of Brevard Florida
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having filed in the office of the County '
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Judge ot said county a written suggestion December 10. 1883, via: Geo. W. Idner.
of the of said
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;,. A DESERTED: :.HOUSE.Aipell J: come."."and' see about. my dress,.. thlsmorning. ,, her pure dark skin, her< whole face you couldn't find a better fellow in a' I The Cholera. .JI

seemed transfigured with a new beau- day's traveL

walls.Shad)unhallowed. girds the crumbling "Oh," 'said Miss Mayo, with a ty.A soft flush dawned,'in her cheeks ] Bitter as his experience was, he says -

by mankind,whose Superstitious peculiar smile.hI thought you had as she stepped; before the, mirror .and himself that it was the best thing that B. G. Jennings, F. R. A. S., .writesto

weird forms and faces of the I not make up your mind whether you surveyed herself, her eyes sparkled,'and ever happened to him. the Pall Mall Ooztlte, "to call attention -

f, Pictures dead would keep.it or not." her hair which had: been disarrangedby' I to the attack of cholera on-southern,- ,
, jrthehdeserted rooms mead aluileahha, Therese colored painfully. her hasty dressing, tumbled. over .., "I. .. I and western Europe now due. Such

t. crawls, a "Neither I had," she stammered ; her shoulders -beautiful"confui / Anecdote of Beethoven. '.\iaitations come with more 'regularitythan '

! The dism"l. uncouth night-birds flit o'er "only I thought that if I did-" sion. most people imagine. It is 're

1" head "John is showing her up-stairs," Miss "There is not so" much difference markable that every attacked on'Egypt
very ,
radience from the-moon is. M Beethoven
flickering passed '
A ,
: one evening by a
- shed.. > Mayo interrupted., "I suppose. you will after all I" she murmured, is followed by an extension to'England.
. While luridly gleaming a large meteor not see her in here?" I as she smiled back at her own relIec- house in Vienna, and heard-someone Such cholera is not of 'the true Asiatic

falls. }_ As she spoke, a tall, slender girl, I l I tion. A play passage .from his sonata in type ; it makes its appearance" rfirst' in

J' Here solitude grim usurper reigns, dressed tastefully in black, entered the She heard the guests: arriving, the F.He the Hadjiz, on the tropic of Ca> eer,'in
t. In desolate chambers void of light or air; / stood still and listened, and hearda
Left to the slow encroachments of decay, room. sound of light footsteps on the stairs, soft voice "What the neighborhood of' -Mecca;sometimes
r; With noisnma dews and dark unwholesome ""Miss Mayo ?" she said, in a soft ripples of laughter, and 'then the : say: would I not the year before, sometimes the 'same

" stains.Abandoned fair hesitating tone. "I am M'S3 Brad way..' seductive strains of the waltz. It give to hear this puce played by some year in which it appears in Egypt. In
all beings bright or
by one who could do it justice !I" The
It Stands in silence wrapped in vapors "Sit down," Therese said, with apat- was "Weber's Invitation to the 1831 it broke out in :Mecca, the. same t

gray. ronizing air. "*! will see you in a mo- Dance. great composer opened the door and en year appeared in Egypt, ,and traveled in
.. tered a small roam, next to a shoemaker's -,
ment." Obeying the first impulse that thrilled store. a northwest direction to England. ;In

German '? Then she tinned to.her cousin, with a her blood, the little dressmaker'swayed 1837, six years after, it appeared,
Miss Mayo's "Pardon me paid Beethoven afraid
.,', marked change of manner. from side to side, and the next momentshe 1- England again, having started from

/,' "Well, Clarissa," she said, in a low was gliding about the room iwith I to come near, "but I heard some one Hadjiz in 1835. In 1848, eleven years. .
play and was tempted to enter. I
rt "You havn't::shown, me your, dress tone, "what do you say ? Shall I keep the smooth,graceful step. of a practiced. musician myself." The YOUlg'girl am a after, it broke out. at Mecca' appeared. I
Tnerese Miss:Mayo remarked as the dress dancer. in Egypt, and reached ''England the
yet ,
who stood! before him blushed and the
;: she glanced up from the pile of invitations "If you like," Miss Mayo replied, But suddenly in the midst of- it all, young man who stood by her, lookedrather same year. In 1854, six 'years after; it .

r she was addressing. carelessly. *"But you haven't intro- she paused with a nervous shiver was in England again, 'having brokenout
j >
severely at the intruder.
. Her cousin who was lolling on the duced me to :Miss Brad way." as her own name was pronounced I also heard some words said at Mecca two. years'. before' -". ,, :and
"Excuse me," Therese exclaimed in tones of and you spread to Egypt. .
, lounge in an attitude of studied negligence severe censure sur continued Beethoven ** wished to
with a look of surprise. "Miss Brad- prise. ; you In 186 eleven after it broke
roe up with a conscious look. hear-that is, you wanted-well let years ,
"I-I' nav I1't' really bought it yet, way, this is,, my- cousin, :Miss Clarissa iMiss BrodwayP exclaimed Therese. me play to you." out at Mecca, spread to Egypt, and

ClariFsa," she said, with some embar- Mayo." who was standing in the open doorway. "Thank you," said the young shoemaker reached England; the same'/'year. 'In

rassment. "I merely brought it home As the'young girl rose and bowed her : "How dare you ?" ''but 1871, six years after, it broke out near
; tile piano is bad, and ,be-
for approval. I was, afraid, yon might graceful bead, Miss Mayo was' struck "Oh, Miss Mayo !I" she stammered; sides we have no notes." Mecca but extended as far as the north

think it too expensive.:'* with the delicate- regularity'of her fra.tures'aBd'tht "I_I_" "No notes ?" replied Beethoven, of France only. In 1882, eleven years

nathe refinement of her But word her after another attack on ,Europe' fell
Hiss Mayo smiled faintly. She was no apology: escaped "but how dues the young lady play ?" I .

so used to Therese's ways-so accustomed whole piesence."A .. lips, for' just then ,tkere'was a quick ,,lie stopped and reddened, for the due. It will be observed that these

to paying all her bills with un lady, evidently," she said to her step on the stairs and Clarif'S' Mayo young girl had turned her face to him outbreaks occur every' six or eleven

questioning 'promptness that it would* self. "Bui how frail she looks I 'What met her lover'a friend in tbe hall. and her sad, darkened eyes told .him years alternately.; a great outbreak

have seemed strange for her to do other- a pity such a girl as that should be com "Oh, Miss Mayo I IV' he trial,' .seizing that she was bliud. happening every 17 years,as 1831,1848,

wise. pelled. to earn her living with her needle her hand: "fam so happy to-night. "I ask a thousand pardons,"he stammered 1865, and' 1883. In every instance in

' "Oh, I guess I, can stand it," she You know I told y"'u all about Rich- "but I did not see directly which Egypt has.been.attacked' South-

" said lightly."Show it to'me." "This my",dress' :Miss Bradway," ard Leigh-and-well. ,they; have found; then you plavedfrom.memory ?"'- ern and western Europe have steered., ,

Theresa left.the room. and came back Therese rattled on, with heightened an- out that he didn't commit that forgery "Certainly." There has been some delay in :regardto

: with a ponderous, parcel which she imation as she held up the suf, silken after all, and he is to be discharged from "And where have you heard this mu- the commencement of, the present

opened with many misgivings fabric :with ill-concealed pride. prison to-morrow.;. _sic ?" attack ; but that is a reason for believing -

Every vestige.of the faint color in the A thatthe advance will be rapid. In I
The brown.piper wrapper contained! low"cry burst from the little dress "In our street. They play the piano .
(dressmaker's face vanished as her large the other great attacks the cholera has I
number of maker's lips. .
a costly oriental silk, a yards near here, and when the windows are
t ef ivory satin de Lyon, a quantity of expressive eyes rested on the rich mater- "Thank God !I" sbe cried, fervently. opened"She advanced) from'Egypt to England in a 1

wide Spanish lace and some' beautiful ial. "Oh, Dik dear Dick I I knew it said no more, ,and Beethovensat :I few months. On the 25th of March, t tI

hand-paiutetLbuttons... ., "That," she stammered; "that! I-I I knew it I" down to the piano and "began to 1865, the'disease broke out at Mecca;

"It struck me as being so very -why, it must be a very old] pattern 1" Like a flash she sped across the room on the 2d,of June it appeared at Alex-

pretty," Theresa; ..sa.id, apologetically, t "Old !I" exclaimed' Tuerese, with evident and,stood in the doorway-radiant'. : with play.He may but seldom have 'played I I' anderia, killing 60,000 persons in Egyptin
"I rather think not I I and three months ; on the llth of June,
joy beauty. "
as she held up the rich fabric. pique. with so much. feeling as he did on that
"It is pretty,"' Miss Mayo said, qu'et- just bought it yesterday at Home's. It ""Who said"so?" she cried, excitedly. evening, on- the'old piano; for the- blind only nine days after, it reached France,

is of their stock." "Who said Dick innocent?" and ou the llth..of September: it was in
ly; indeed, it is beautiful, Therese. part new was girl and :er brother. At last the shoe-

She made no other observation, but. "All--of.' these Oriental designs are Then. sbe caught. sight. of a ,pale I I maker got up;;' approached, the com- England. It would appear, then shores, that
which visits
the cholera our isnot'
if her shallow, selfish cousin could have old," :Miss Miyo'observed, quietly. handsome face and two dark eyes that I poser, and asked him softly:

read her face aright, she might have "For that matter, the older they are sewed to devour l-er.- I "Wonderful man, who are.you ?" Indian, but Arabian-diseases!

learned Miss Mayo's estimate of her the better. IIavp you seen this pattern "Ellis-! she cried. ,,Oh, Ellis, is it Beethoven raised his head as if he generally the ,same. ,,l t'specifically i differ

character. ., : before, Miss,Bradway ?" you?" had not understood.. The composer. ent.There ..
I endeavored to show
For once it Hashed across-the generous Yes,"' the joung girl answered, "Orient rav Orient!I" was the glad I'f- smiled, as he alone could smile-with are,' as stated T

r mind of the heiress that Theresa slowly, as she'bent her head :over til- sponse. "Miss Mayo theta is Orient his won ed serious, melancholy smile., eleven years ago, when I that
the next attack would be .
had very little to do to; go down and beautiful silk, "some time ago. ..1-I Leigh, or her ghost, juqt as I saw her "Listen;" he said, instead pf answer- great in"1883'to ifferen'pecia '
as a matter of fact seven'
order that superb toilet it'her expense, once had a dress like it myself." last! it must be she!, That is the very ing, and began the sonata in F, which ,
which descend
from the
but bhe said! iiothing.; :* hit can baldly have been the same," dress--tt the girl had played before. Brother atmos-
phere at seven different points t situated
"I wouldn't have thought of getting Therese said, with a slight sneer. "I am Orient Leigh," the girl answered and sister throng up and screamed other
distant each
equally trom along
anything so expensive. Therese explained "Why not ?" broke in Miss. Mayo, shrinking back with sudden .with delight.: They bad recognized '
the tropic of Cancer, and move 'in' a-
said that shortly. *4I have no doubt it was exactly called "Beethoven!"
"but know they
you "What it
you timidity. .was< you were saying ; northwest direction. The Indian and
you wanted this 'german, to be a bril- ;the- same. -Don't sUnd Miss Brad- about my brother Dick?" He bad ended and'wanted to go, but Arabian streams intersect in England.As 1
way. How are you going to have your detained him and
Bant SUCCets.tt they begged-
# Ellis Arnold did not wait to answer.
a matter of the Indian; from
dress made, 'Therese ?'?*? it "
"So I did. only once more. 11
He caught her in his arms and strained its much longer course, exhausts itselfin
"And ,then ,Mr. Dryden's friend. is Then followed a' long discussion, He was led back to the piano ; at that
her to his heal t. Russia and Germany, and in all probability
which wore out the strength and patttnce'of mcment the of the
eoming, you know, aid- "If yoti are Ori 'nt'Lpfgh," he cried, rays moon came we have never had an attack !
'the dressmaker.
Arnold I" Miss Mayo frail young through the uncurtained window and
"Who ? Ellis" I know I
pasRionatey-u.Ahl are
you of it, unless perhaps it be when the
She was;t o much rushed witn workto fell the face of the blind
TI.erebp gentle
: upon
exclaimed, in surprise. "Why, I My loVe, my dear little Jove! Wherehave north' of' England'8u1f led in 1831. :
I idea of setting your undertake the dress immediately, girl, beautified by inner excitement. I
hope you have..no Jon been biding"With As regards the assertion one so'often
but Tlierese finally competed her to B thovfn'd met that of
pitying glance
cap for him I" his arms about her Orient told hears, that all cholera can be traced
I promise that she would i ale it in the the brother who called out "My
Therese ci bred vividly. her story-how she had not whiled to poor to the Ganges, what is to be.said about '
all I list three days that I'rest tiel the german sitter !I"
"Not at
-Ob, no I" she said. bold him to his troth, after the ta'nt of which commenced last July in Mexico
had 1kaveltd which was to be the great special "1 will play'Moonshine' for her "
and ,
Only you raid he was very rich crimc had been put upon her I name, and last January was carrying offjby,
event c>f the season.'i the master said solemnly his fingers
connoisseur ;
a great.deaiand was a and she had thought it best to go; away, a fearful ravages an immense numberof
shall have to work night and day, were already on the keys, and he began
in dress, and:" : to sink her identity out of sight; that he victims? Before the present year

"All of which is true ; but at the same Miss Biadway sighed, as she wended might forget her and. be ,happy, "but. that sad but sweet melody, whose tones closes I expect to hear that cholera
her back to her little home ; filled the like the soft of the
way room
time he is the most insusceptible man now," she added, "if It was true that rays I has broken out in every quarter of the
in ttTberese'tossed "but it will give me something to send moon-that heavenly melody which the :
the Dick were proven innocent""Now globe."
her head with a look Dick." world later admired as the "Moonlight !
darling!I" Ellis cried raptur-
her. The night of the german came, Sonata.!,'-Exchange.
that said had to meet
yet **
ously are all own. But why
done you my
and Therese's dress was: barelyan
in her quiet .
Miss Mayo smiled again
did not trust ? Nothingin
me mote
wished to it you
hour before she wear ; Behind our Masks.
way. this world could have"made_ me feel '' ..
didn't 1?" but Tuerese was late in dressing. False Hair.In .,a.,
'! about him -
told all "T-_ ,
you An ill-timed headache had threa- any differently toward you so long as I :
abe sail. : tened to spoil all her plans for the even knew you to be my own pure, sweet the days of the Emperor Trajan a If we could only read each 'other's
be was
; "I don't remember. I heard flower, my orient pearl; !" market was established in front of tbe hearts we should. be kinder 'to 'each..

engaged at one time and the girl jilted ing.As she lay in a darkened room tryingto "Dear" said Miss Mayo, as she I Temple of Apollo for the' sale of false other. If we knew the woes'and bitterness .

Wm, didn't she.1, c i fight off the spasms of pain in the leaned on her lover's arm, and watchedthe hair and dyes and cosmetics'of many and physical annoyances' of our

"She Iroke,the engagement by letter time to complete her triumph, the lit- reunited pair, it isn't everybodywho kinds, and it was in its time as fashion- neighbors, we should make allowance

without giving. him any explanation, tle dressmaker sat under the soft lamp- can get up.such a pretty_ little figj j able a rendezvous as the baths. All for them which :we do not now.*. We
an II .
She was
wd then i-he disappeared. fast light putting in a few last sliches to the ure for a german, is it?" Rome gathered there of a day. It was go about masked,'uttering stereotyped

;" orphan ,with... an only brother; i8.' forgery shimmering silk that fell in rich folds There were tears'in her sweet eyes as in the glorious: summer of prosperityat sentiments hiding our beatt=pangs

jonng fell tW'whowas, arrested'for the floor. she stooped and kissed the little dress- I a period when golden, hair was the and our headaches as carefully as w.
left town. upon
just about the time she in As she broke off her thread, her tired maker."Whenever. | rage. The women tried in a thousand can ; and yet we wonder that others do-

People said' tliat;she was concerned,, believe hands tell! listlessly into her lap, and her you feel like it, Orient," i I ways to obtain the precious tint. They not discover them by intulU :, We-

the affair butEllia! never, would ands,:he hall I graceful.head drooptd pensively on her she said, kindly,-"I.want,you and.Ellis .',bought eageily all kind of preparations cover our best feelings from the light;

; ttat He lov d her dearly breast."I to come down stairs to introduce you 'from foreign countries-pomades from we do not 'so conceal our' sentiment*

; Hver recovered from the blow." Therese I wonder if I have changed so very to my friends, and I want you to keepon Greece and soaps from- Gaul.- The,water. and dislikes, of which we are''prone to '

"1 c+n't ,understand that mush fche mused, flngerinig costly that dress,just,to ohl'ge me. Ther- from the river Chrathis, which was be proud. Often two people sit"''eke
be ,
r '' think
aid, nippanil/ "I should I fabric. '.If I were toput on this dress ese may put on my black velvet and supposed to possess the Midaslike virtue together, with "I love you" in' eider

!J'_ would be !bj proud to parade such and tonight-why shouldn't I ? Just point lace; if she wishes." i iAnd I of turning all it touched to gold, was heart, and neither knows it. ;Either "

$ air. If 1 were he I''would marry be- try it on ; there can be no harm in so Therese did;but.her,triumph one of the most popular"washes" ever thinks, "I could be fond ; but what
Z lDIDe nice girl: just to mike' ;" tbat" s was incomplete. for. Ellis Arneld, .the, offered to the Roman p bllc. When this use of wasting fondness on one 'who
I did. : -
eve I didn't caiee\en' if 'The fancy grew upon her, and, greatest catch of the season, was beyond wonderful water failed to produce the does not care' ,for 'it?" and 'ao'thejr'
M an-
wouldn't Yo
,> "No, you ,' Miss Ellis I springing up, she Slipped'into.the beau- the influence-of her charms., desired result there 'remained ,but one part, and go their'* ways alone. life.to
'I veered, q-ie K ; : 'notif.ou'el.e,bell ;I I til uf toilet into wuich she put all Ellis and Orient. led,the german thatnight thing to be done, and that was to shave 'a,masquerade,'at which' few mnoajky.
' ,Arm Id. Tnw I: Wasn't that 1 I her energy and Ide'dS., for three days and all s- ciety has been raving the head. Then a fine crop of golden, even unto their very- dearest And}
I woe d r who it is? I t. I about her e\er since. hair came. It came,from Germany or though there is need of much masking,

k hIt is Mi* Br?dway," There said, p&It fitted her marvelously well. The Even n"w that she is Mrs. Arnold, Gaul, and from that day to' this the would to heaven we dared show plainly .
t i iV I IeYtlf .
Iron the .al where she had gone u peer loft folds clung to her lissome figure she has lost none of her prestige as trade in human hair has 'continued in opr real faces; f 'om'birtb ,to death, for

the bal1l \e..8."i., a I'l\. cousin;-'" I.I: with: peculiar grace, and as the rich' queen of. society and a re' uhg belle. the hands of the -French.. and, German then some'_few, at least.. would truly. -
her .J 1'. .
Mi"r Ba1wa>? queried settled down ,and: merchants. love each other. ; : "
Dick has
gold aud crimson came iu contact with Leigh now, ; ,
j I: "My new dressmaker. Itol! l l tier to' .


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The steamer Fox was at Salt' Lake 20th, 1883. ; ."


-Messrs.: Wesson,Ray and English star- John Sauls, Enterprise, Fla. MS Morgan READ. THIS .Titusville and Salt Lake.J@A STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES M

.ted in the "Ella" yesterday morning for New York; H D Headman, Peter regular line of conveyances, for _3;

Banana River. .. Jones Savannah, Ga. C H Garvey,Rock- I the transportation of freight and passen- Confectioneries, ,;

number of' Banana.River ledge, Fla. W A L Ostrander, City, W
-Quite a our Opportunity
Special between the above-named places,with Fine: Tobaccos and J
.. friends have been in town during the H Moore, steamer Cinderella, W S Nor- gers o

last few days. wood, LaGrange,Fla. J R Christian, J B i safety and dispatch.Connects CIGARS. 1
Tillman Ga. DZGrubb with all steamers running to
Creech,Joseph: ,
-He Jones and Headman, steam- CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, 1
Melbourne Fla.
boat inspectors for this district were in SALT LAKE.
s We have placed our Counters aline of LAMPS& FIXTURES, *
town last Thursday morning.Mr. LUND HOUSE. upon For rates enquire of

I J.M. Dixon has returned from a S. H. Ray, G. A. Hoyt, City; J. C. DISHES AND GLASSWARE, 24tf E. H. RICE, PRoPRIETOR. WOODEN & TINWARE.

short trip to Jacksonville and appearances Norwood, City Point, Fla.. Thos Johnson ALSOHOUSEHOLD SPORTSMEN'S EMTORIUSL

would indicate with improved health. Peter Fisher, B R Wilson and lady, GOODS, R. C. SCRIMGEOUR, Meal, Corn.

.Messrs. Prit- W R Sanders, LaGrange; D W McQuaig
Estate firm Taxidermist.Having .
-Our Beal & USEFUL NOVELTIES TO BE SOLD Naturalist and
chard &:; May, report that their businesshas -Hague; Rockledge, Fla. N N Penny, got fairly settled In my new store

: received quite a boom within the and lady, Banana River,Fla. Mabel Bar- CHEAP.In cornet I will be Main pleased street to show and Washington customers the avenue following Hay, ,

past few days. bour, Providence R LTaxCollector's order to make room for the arrival of: lines of goods: ,

HOLIDAY GOODS. BIRDS mounted in great variety. Oats Etc. \
The yacht"May" which has been Notice of Visits. 1
kind for the men t"at.8hoot
moored to Hoore'swharf for the past fouror will be at following places for the We cordially Invite an Inspection Sporting goods of every ,
and Oil stoves a specialty.
five months has been hauled out at purpose of collecting the tax for the ofTHE fish. Hardware also agents for
Paints Oils, Brushes, TableWare
1883 viz
John Simonson's boat yard. year :
BARGAINSToo Jacob Reeds' Sons
Pocket Knives etc.
Razors 1
The Editor-in-chief and Managing Bassville, Monday, .. ....Nov. 5, 1883- ,
: Lake View, Wednesday, ...." 7, u ( numerous to mention in this space/) A choice line of Staple & Fancy Groceries. CLOTHIERS
" Editor, during the last week, have beento Ft. Drum, Friday,.......... 9, And are confident that tueLOW ORANGE WINE, Home manufacture, i

Banana River, attending to business Crab Grass, Monday,......._" 12, Vintage 1882,perfectly pure and of exquisite Samples to be"seen at store.NOTIONS.
and haTing a.short recreation. LaGrange,Monday, _......." 19, PRICESPlainly bouquet. Nic Sacs ana Curiosities In great
Titusville ........" 20 marked the Goods will insure variety. As of old what you can't find in the
-Chicken, thieves have commencedtheir ,Tuesday on other stores,call on n.C. S. and you will be J
Haulover ......" 21 suited.9A.
Wednesday, surp to get
_depredations on our fowl houses, B u rub ama' Friday, ........" 23, QUICK SALES.This DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS 4
and we warn our town folks to be on the City Point Monday, ....._." 26, is a CHANCE seldom OFFERED, L. HATCH, "

lookout for them and give them a warm Garter's, Tuesday, .....__..." 27, and a visit to our Store will convince you Bents' Clotting & Fflrnislta g Goods. :
EauGallie, Thursday......." 29, ccJJarker's March 1st 44 tf,
reception. Bluff) Saturday, ..Dec. 1, of the FACT. d

-- uite'an enjoyable time was had at Ft Pierce, Monday,........" 3, Respectfully, J. M. Dixon

a dance at the Lund House last Friday SECOND BOUND. G. W. MACKENZIE, PROVISIONS ,
evening by the folks of this place Bassville,Monday, .....Dec. 10, TITCSVILLE, : : FLORIDA. '1
young ...." Titusville Fla.
Lake View,Wednesday, 12, DRY GOODS :x'
and LaGrange. We regret that we were Fort Drum,Friday,........" 14, Dealer in

not able to be present.A Crab Grass, Monday, ......." 17, i Hardware and General Merctate, Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, j
........" "
brother of fellow LaGrange, Monday, ,
Mr.Thomas, our Titusville ....._ 25, ,CITY POINT FLORIDA. Fancy and Toilet Articles. 1
townsman,'W. M.Thomas, accompaniedby edneslay C. J. HECTOR, March S. 4w 45 -
Haulover;' ,...._ 26, Perfumery Dye-Sims Paints Oils ,:
his wife, children and sister, arrived Burnham's Friday, ........." 28, :S,J.HODGES OTTO II. VOSS, ,
on the avil hack last Monday evening.' City Point Monday, ......." 31, :Glencoe.Fla. Titusville, Fla. Varnishes brushes,&almost everything
They contemplate spending a'few weekson Carter's,Wednesday,.....Jan. 2, 1884 Hardware and TITUS HOUSE, kept by a first-class Drug House. 1'1
Eau Gallie, Friday, ........" 4.cc Titusville, Indian River, Florida.JThe Any drug, medicine or Instrument -
the river. Barker's Bluff, Monday, ...." 7, needed by customers
0" -John'Simonson will soon erect a boathouse Fort Pierce, Wednesday,...." 9, ', above is:: strictly a First-Class and not on hand, will be ordered.
General Produce Hotel, pleasantly situated on Indian
on the river shore in front ,of his D. W. McQuAio, -Prescriptions carefully compounded 1!
miles South of Jack-
t Rh'er,250 night or day with and I
Tax Collector Brevard Fla. accuracy dispatchby
residence., Mr.Simonson has good facilities yule, Florida.To .
Titusville, Oct. 25, 1883. MERCHANT, competent persons. Iy3G
for hauling out and painting boats,
the Sportsman, Pleasure Seeker and .j
and is an experienced hand at this busi Melbourne. ,- Florida. Invalid this House presents attractions NEWSPAPER
New Store, November 10th 1880. It 47 nowhere else to be found in the South. '
ness.We Subscription Agency.The j
return.our thanks to Mr. J. C. Excellent hunting and fishing in the immediate -
New Firm NORWOOD'SFast undersigned having opened a ::1
vicinity. Pleasure boats
Norwood of this place, for a fine watermelon ,

'. grown on his place at City Point, Hack Line for Touristsalways tendance.The in at- ,NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY l
-last week. 'This shows that water melonscan New Goods
manager assures his Guests all the com Will be pleased to receive subscriptions
be grown on Indian River all the 2 forts of a home at moderate rates.
round. New Prices.
year The Cheapest and Most Direct OTTO H. TOSS, Proprietor. Periodical
-Our druggist, Mr. John M. Dixon October 2.). 26 tf. or Newspaper published.o .

has, within the past few days placed o n Fresh consignments received by every ROUTE -o-
Opened for the Season.
means of transportation to this point.
. his counter, a'fine,large"show case,which Call and see for yourselves. ToTltufivllleand Indian River. S-A man who is interested in his time, trouble and expense by apply :.
.. being tastily filled with articles of his own ;
29. W. M. THOMAS & CO.
4 line adds much to the appearance. of his welfare will be pleased to know that .,
., Subscription Agent,

store.J.. C. Norwood and Co. have receiveda Tropical House, THREE trips weekly between the ST. Keeps the finest oysters to be found in Haulover P. P., Brevard county, Fla. t .Yy 7

recent addition to their already large -0- JOHNS and INDIAN RIVERS. Titusville, THE 'SLOOP '"AGNES," ':

stock of merchandise and are preparedto ROCKLEDGE Leaves Enterprise EVERY Monday, Wednesday AND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS. commanded byCAP'fAIN

offer unparallelled: inducements to their and Friday Morning, arriving at -O-

many customers. These attractions will Indian River Florida.S. Titusville the SAME day. Plain and Fancy Cake made to order.Baler1 JOHN )McLEAN
be presented in their new advertisementwhich Makes regular trips on Indian River.
RYDER will appear next week.P. ReturningLeaves SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OFGroceriesDryGoods

E.Wager commenced laying the Owner and Proprietor.This Titusville E\'ERYTuesday.Thursday Also a first-class Barber shop attached.

plank on his new wharf yesterday morn- ---0- and Saturday morning, arriving at nOlllaa.careeo.1J! Canned ,

ing. 'It will now.be pushed completion House is centrally located at Rock- Enterprise In the evening.-Address Gill Good, .

'in the far-famed Indian River W. S. Norwood =:JI\. Hats, Boots and Shoes,
as fast as lumber can be, procured. ,The ledge, region bl v.Tous.m .r ma t9 s T'"
wharf when completed will be over 1,000yards of Florida and possesses all the ad- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. I Ladies'Shoes in great variety; Prints all

in length, extending ovecfthe shoal vantages of Climate, Health and Pleasureof AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST, new patterns at low prices. ,

banks of the river to the channel where this newly developed region Florida. PRITCHARD MAY, As Good as the Best! Readymade Clotting Toilet Articles

six feet of water can be found at all times. Salt Water, Boating, Fishing, Oysters, OFFER FOR SALE :. ,
you are want of
anything in the
Hunting, Rocky Shore, Superb Scenery, >
-111e Cinderella arrived at Salt Lake 'For the cash
last Sunday, running through om Jack together with the finest Oranges,Bananas, Business, Residence Lots, Tinware line call on March 15.46 8m. only. "

sonville with We Pine-apples and Guavas, are some of the and in
quite a large freight. Dwellings F. C. Allen
learn that it is the Captain's intentionto advantages to be found in this favored ,

make two trips per week between Salt locality. TITUSVILLE.Also Georgian, : : Florida. Barrels $2.50.

Lake and Sanford. The schedule has not RATES, $2.50 PER DAY. ," -o--- Gauged to order, ten cents extra.
Unimproved Lots In .
fully been decided yet. The Cin- If what want is
upon Arrangement made by the Week or Month. you not in stock he C. O. B.
derella is now,the finest steamboat' that Indian River will make it for you before you leave.A .0'.
November 8th 1833. 28 6m City. Honey Barrels
has plyed on: the St. Johns above Lake stock of first-class ware always on and Oval Water_ ;

Jessup. Established 1878. JgfHave a large list of x hand. Repairing done on short notice. Breakers

The editor of the Enterprise Herald un- November 1st &. em 21 From : : $2.00 : : Up.

dertakes to cavil the editor of the STAR O Orange Groves, EggsV anted. Tanksand
for saying that Enterprise wanted a daily Be it known to the peopleof
I. Indian River After December 15th, the highest all kinds of COOPER WORK to order. "
mail and a money order office. He I ON HIGH HAMMOCK & FIRST-CIASS ket price will be paid for/ "
. 'says that that place "had a daily mail before : : tthat wanted, 50 head of turkeys .Wllbheado7Cfeicket T. JOHNSON,

Titusville was thought ot" In this PINE LANDS, Address H. J.FAULKNER, LaGrange. : Florida. .
S. RYDER .AtlanticHou Oak Hill Fla.
particular he has lost his head as we remember -Which ,
we are offering at-
thatsix years ago Enterprisehad from' Stereoscope Views. LUMBER !

only four or five mails per week at ?New has again York and returned.offers to the I BOTTOM PRICES. CIIOICE SUN PRINTS OP TROPICAL FLA. Will be furnished to order on short noticeat .,;1

which time Titusville was in ,nearly as Furnished to Ml who 818.00 '. ,
/ public the apply to per thousand.
flourishing a condition as at present At I, PINE-APPLE LANDS, SPE.'CERRIOUR

that time Sanford was a very small place First Quality At Low Figures. Jupiter Light House, Florida., LUMBER ft SHINGLES ,
Largest t and lost t Complete Assortment .
and Enterprise had,as good chances for Views of Yachting parties made to Always on hand. '
building up,as Sanford,,but she failed to ,I'- c Several Large Tracts Of order. C. I
avail herself of,the opportunity, and ,the" 'of goods in the county, con- 27yl MAGRUDER & CO.

time will aoon come that even Titusville, >sisting_Z ofGENERAL I, HEAVY HAMMOCK LANDS.well FOR INDIAN RIVER S. RYDER.

yes even Titusville,will so far eclipse adapted to '
.Enterprise as the little city of Sanford Sugar cane,Bananas and Early vegetables. Has just received antI continues to keep
has,within a few years. As for the money O Line. I in stock a full and complete stock of Groceries
of It is
order office business, it shows that but lit- not every necessary description.to quote prices Also unimproved Lands in .all sec- The Steamer, "ASTATULA," i Boots & Shoes, Hats t Caps in

tle spirit is displayed in a town like En- or name kinds of goods, but tions of the county.A Will leave Sanford and Enterprise every -:great variety and General Merchandise '_

terprise, which,is the, county seat of a whatever you may want callor Tuesday for Rockledge, and of every description. Ask for whatever _

Urge county, the head of navigation for send to'I FEW YERY DESIRABLE leave Sanford and Enterprise for Salt will you may want. One price to all. Canned ,

an immense,line of steamers, and with Homesteads Left. Lake and Titusville every FriwlY.RETURNING Goods of every description a specialty.LUMBER V -
the business that Enterprise Ryder's
,poet-office RockledgeNo
enjoys," to be without a money orderdepartment. trouMe to show goods, Kind attention Parties having money to purchase mortgages Will leave Lake Poinsett t i.
will find safe investments every 'Wed-
'For our information relative to all and one price. Go to the old stand at security on undoubted nesday at 4 p. m., and Salt Lake Will be furnished to order on short notice :
., Roe Ledge alai see for don't Saturday at 9 a. m.'for Sanford. every
,. ) Enterprise wanting a daily maDtl'amoneyorder yourself. If you at $18.00 per thosand. Dressed lumber Y
: refer see what you want cut for it. Prompt close connections
post-office we r made
from '
. Real Estate placed in our hands for sale daily steamers for Jacksonville $20.00 to 824.00 per thousand. .
. ,
you to the State News,department of the al1loinl-4 and
Jacksonville Tunes-Union of the 10th RYDER, exchange, or to let, will receive prompt North. LUMBER & SHINGLES
Capt. Joe Smith always on hand. .,
, inst. 28m3] EOCKLEDGE, FLORIDA. : i tf 8t
i Manager. {
-f'" p. M. FISHER..
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