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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 1883
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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DEPARTURES. I II the average laborer of this section; he MALABAR ITEMS. Editor Star:-The Western Jurist, for WASHINGTON LETTEU.. .. -" ft 1
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Being Made at I says "they move too slowly and demand September contains a note of the case of I
Improvements Dum-I Turkey Creek Grove is, it is rumored, (From oar regular corruspomient.) '
t mett Orange Grove. I II too high wages, and that he can do, bet- Gaines vs The City of JXcw Orleans. Your
I sold to a company who are about to initi- WASHDTGTOX, D.C., Nov. 17, 1883. I
Correspondence of the Times-Union. I ter by sending direct to Castle Gardenfor readers have all, probably, heard enough ,

... .J GLENCOE, Fla., Nov. 201883.-I have fresh immigrants, get ,them for less ate many improvements on the property. to be interested in that wonderful and. Without entering anyone's house here I '
The purchase is said to be well think it be said that the ladies J
are as
money up can
.
last learned definite and better
at something about money returns for what is allowed heroic Southern woman, Myra Clark

?" the famous- Dummett Grove, situated them, and although they cannot in the thousands. Games:, and her famous suit against the beautifully numerous, but not so numerously

:Mr. C. Creech is very busy at work on beautiful as in New York;;: It w
miles south of this talk "United States" ,
f' thirty place, on a narrow they can readily City of New Orleans. The litigation,
: of of about understand the his plantation south of Arnold Bros.; be- high tide here_at 4 o'clock, 'and you see
t neck laud three-fourths by motions and example which involves the heirship and title of
fore long he will have several hundred rivers of them flowing in direction
i of"a mile \vidthr lying between two what is wanted of them. complainant under the will of her father, every

large bodies of water-the head of Indian Mr. Shipe is at present making the first I trees put into their little beds. Daniel Clark, to a large tract of land from the departments. Of course these i

"Lumber! lumber!11! lumber I!" is the young ladies are'not in what is called society
F river, on ,the west, and the head of Hills- shipment of oranges to Jacksonville com- now comprising a part of the city of New
.t the cry on every side. With so great a yet. But many of them are better
boro lagoon on the east, the former ten mission, merchants,, I believe. RA.WD. Orleans, was commenced in 1836, and, in
demand it-is strange that a mill capableof born and better bred :than who
too, some
.
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and the latter six miles "
c.
"c. miles, across, one form or another, has been' in the
"
I filling all "bills, is not started on the are there, taken as a whole, I think them '
: while still farther to the east, just over The Young Democracy. courts ever since. Six times the cause

the beach ridge, old ocean rolls up on the There seems to be an increasing tendency river. has been before the Supreme Court of the most worthy arid deserving, they work -,
For a very choice site not a hundred hard'are""honest, good.' Nearly all their
;s sands and reigns supreme as she has in to use this term as meaning a distinct United States, but that tribunal was unable .
miles from Turkey Creek,the very reasonable earnings goo,help some helpless ones*'at j.
.J centuries gone by,making, altogether a wing of the great Democratic party, one to afford Mrs. Gaines any relief until
(?) price of $1500 is asked:. for 'two home. No, they are not of the social
: perfect if there is any such thing-water separated from the main body by differences in 1855 she succeeded in obtaining the
, acres on which to build a hotel. element of which 1 began to writer And ..
protection_from frosts. This is(known of sentiment and.policy; and this recognition of the genuine last will .and
Mr. C. Arnold bas gone "down river"to they ought to be glad of it'too, they are
.to be the oldest and, one of the largest tendency has been very plainly evinced testament of her father from the proper
look after lumber for house. better.
a new doing
'I' bearing groves ,in the State, and will by a discussion which has been lately hadin court of the State of Louisana, and in
As the order for the stuff sent But the world social
" was away wants a capital in'
probably yield in neighborhood of the columns of the Jacksonville dailiesas 1860 her,right to inherit and recover un- '
defeat' nearly three months ago, Mr. Arnold America as well as an art capital, a sort'
500,000 oranges, which are noted for their to the causes of Gen. Finley's der that will was authoritatively admitted
thinks it about time something was heardof of waiter Newport'or Saratoga. But the
superior flavor and delicious sweetness, in the last campaign in the second district and decreed by the U. S. Supreme
it and bas therefore gone to look it up. extreme North is too cold the extreme '
;
in all of the markets wherever they have a writer upon one side allegingthat Court ; and that court emphasized its decision -
The water has subsided considerably; South is dull, stagnant,'of doubtful inter-
the "old fossils and
:,; been introduced.. fogies, by means by the expression of a hope that
travel by the beach is now practicable.Mr. est to the young in quest of social excite-
that he than hints
About Gen.S. Schwenk more were questionable opposition to rights clear and even
one year ago : ,
F. W. Comstock has returned .
; ment: to mammas with daughters, to rich
of New York, purchased! the property of gnined.control of the nominating con- : then, so unduly resisted, would thereafter '
home from his visit Gainesville where
who the *
to young men in coarse ;of time
vention and it in accordance with I
I the Duke De Castellucia, then owner of ran cease. But the great city continued to
he purchased about eighty.acres of land, and nature, will woo and wed them.
their ideas and the andaggressive
the "The Florida own that young till the cause came for final decreein
grove.Subsequently at the back of and adjoining his former oppose And so with the nucleus of foreign legations -
Fruit Company" was formed by eight members, becoming incensedat the United States Circuit Court of the
holding.Mr. to begin with where we touch the
Wall street capitalists, with capital stock this action, retaliated by remainingaway Eastern District of Louisiana, and whichwas Jt
Starke and of
a companion, two topmost reach of social eminence"society"is
t" $150,000, Gen. S. K.. Schwenk, president from the polls, thus insuring the rendered for :Mrs. Gaines. Her victory -
, $ ,(defeat the our recently arrived Chicago immigrants, slowly, but very surely,coming-to make y
of the candidate of
and party. is aho, a triumph of Equity over
A. B. Hill ,
treasurer
,: secretary have taken up a homestead situated be- this her capital .this.side of the Atlantic.So .
and the We would dislike very much to think the forms of the 1.The city of New
.M. M.
Shipe superintendent,
land and Tur- '
tween Mr. James Bassett's far as the winter months go'"society?
; the that the Democratic; party of Florida possessed Orleans by the ablest counsel possible to
passed into their hands, and in
grove I has been about
Creek and between Boston
key are now busy putting upa pivoting ,
any considerable number of members be procured fought hard against the juris-
future will under the company's man-j
the New York and
of the
palmetto shanty, pending receiptof Washington, some
who would be capable of adopting( diction of Equity and for those intricacies :
agement. lumber which Mr. Starke purchased winter quarters-South for some ,-
such treacherous and cowardly line of year
a of the law in which the rights of the
Your correspondent met the superintendent in Sanford on his way here from Gaines- but it has at last, this year for the first
action. We do not believe further that
untiring lady had been lost for half a
: Mr. M. M. Shipe; a few days tinie entirely; I think, decided to settle
the party in this State is composed of opposing ville.Mr. century but to no For the
+, ago and got from him'some idea of the Cecil is busy putting the finishing ; purpose. down by the Potomac I may be mis-
and antagonistic factions; we hold court by a decree, technically interestingto i
extensive improvements his company has touches to the fine sloop (The Chicago) taken, and it is a matter of very little
that it is body advocating -
one homogeneous lawyers held that the cause was too
; in contemplation, and, from all I could which he is building and hopes to launchin importance too, but, I want, to put it
the same political principles and complicated for the ends of justice to
learn, if they carry out their plans laid about ten days. He intends, we believe down as a prophecy that Washingtoncity
working for the same1 ends, only differing be readied in a law-suit. The picture,
down: "Dumniett's" will in the course of to fly the champion flag, after the is to be this winter and,, all succeedj ..
minor matters of and
as to organization however, is to people generally, .peculiar
time, be one of the most extensive and 4th of July. ing winters, the social capital 'of our
campaign tactics. and suggestive. Under the jurisdictionof
best equipped fruit farms in the State. Mr. Raymond intends-when he can country.x'The "season" proper, .reckoning ,
The continued use of the term "Young Equity a splendid and opulent' Corpo-
Mr. superintend the comfortable and from the first of ''will be
Shipe will personally get lumber-to put up a January, just ',
Democracy, as denoting an off-shoot ration is humbled by a wronged and aged
S work, and will doubtless make a sucCess commodious house on Goat Creek wherehe fifty-seven days. A period, of perhaps ...
from, or an opposing element in, the. party widow, who,.heretofore impecunious, is .
of the undertaking, as he possesses ability has purchased land.. greater, certainly quieter, ''enjoyment
is unwise and dangerous, as -it tendsto now enriched by justice beyond the highest -
sand sound common sense and the energy Another good dwelling is also to be will run through ,this and .the coming
create that which does not yet exist, hope of morbid avarice. The final
ofahalf-dozen'ordinary men. Mr. Shipe built, either on, or in the neighborhood of ,month, and in the.way of >edding, festivities -. '
to any dangerous extent, dissension with- decree of Judge Billings in her favor, is
Is recently: from New York, but formerly Goat Creek,by Dr.DeLa Matter.This gen- dinner giving and ,the domestic
in the party. for $1,925,669.33, with costs and other
from Kansas, where he successfully raised tleman, who is a very clever dentist from cheer which has its outlet about Christmas -,
The grand political truths taught by relief.
two apple orchards, so that, while he Chicago, will 'we understand, practice almost as much again of social life
our party are the same now as in the daysof So much for American justice !-So
knows practically nothing about oranfce his profession, cultivating the soil during will be enjoyed. It is an easy 'prophecy
Jefferson, and will remain the same much for the unflagging fortitude of a
culture he will not be slow in taking it his "hours of idleness." to make about this time that the coming ;
while our institutions and government woman. MINOR S. JoN Es.
np, having handled other fruits for years retain their present form. Those adher- A brother Mr. George Damon witha ... winter will be a very brilliant one.; Thereare

; friend,have arrived here on a visit. Arrival of the Bertha Lee at Kissim- very I few Washington winters.any -
ing to different tenets have no place with-
; past.He has to clear a 20 A public meeting is soon to be allied ,mee City. other way to the charmed circle who .
already begun in the fold and within that fold

,' acre,lot immediately north of the grove, party divisions or, sub-divisions. There for the purpose of settling On the b&t location KISSIMMEE CITY, Fla., Nov. 17.-The make it so, and whose movements ,are
are no
on which they propose to plant, besides maybe Democrats-there cannot be for a post-office, after which a petition Bertha Lee, a steamboat one hundred and watched with more interest here than

2,000 budded orange trees twenty feet young .. will be forwarded to Washington, fifty feet long and twenty-eight feet overall they would naturally receive elsewhere. ,
young'Democrac
a ) arrived at Kissiinniee City, yesterday, The President is credited with
of the asking that an-office be established here : a 'good
apart, 200,000 pine-apple plants and old- are neededin
Young men ones the 16th in t. She was built at St. Louis deal of this
'J I best varieties. Around this entire field, work. "Old men *on counsel at the earliest opportunity.A prospective brilliancy, so

and 150 feet party first class store: on edit,is one of the and reached her destination via the Gulf much chatted about,, In the early ,days
it both apart,
f.| across, ways, and men for action. n form
'a of water young blessings which the near future has in of Mexico, Caloosahatchee river, Okee- past the series of entertainments which
rows of wind-breaks consisting lines
,. shaping i'policy
lating platforms, store for us. chobce Drainage Company's canals and will be given in honor of Gen. and Mrs.
:I. Dab and palmetto trees, are to be set out. and in counteracting the oftentin. s too
in Mr. Ward has half a house built andis Kissimmce river, traversing over three'humlrec1 Grant, on their visit at the residence of
They are to be cultivated and kept a of old
youth ncu '
headlong impetuosity daily praying for more lumber,to finishit. and fifty miles,of inland navigation Gen. Beale, will set the giddy whirl in
: growing condition in order that they usefulness. In the
find their place of
She will connect with the South motion. It is not so definitely announ,
may make,a growth to correspond with hot work of the campaign the
the to sharp, There is work here for half-a-dozen Florida Railroad at Kissimmee and is ced, but, is quietly spoken of among a
; orange-trees they are designed protect. leaders find their field.
the. young proper good surveyors, the work done hitherto fitted up to accommodate first-class tour- chosen few, that.the wedding of a wealthy
.' The intend to irrigate the
g is valuable to a as
company One class as party
.. entire feet seems to have been either, careless or the ist travel. She will carrypassengers in- young lady near or on Shrove Tuesday'
plantation; and will lay 9,252 the other
is as
mains other; each as necessary persons interested do not seem to have to the most tropical portions of Florida will make as happy, a closing festivity as
inch
nearly two miles:-of four .
: ;with seventy hydrant reaching all, partsof to party. success. ,Talllp.Tribune.. >. any regard to "lines," stakes or comers. and to the rich sugar and fruit lands of that which marked that, busy day last '

It is ,alleged that the house of a well the Okeechobee Drainage Company.- season.
the To force the water through For the Star.MinorS. .
grove. :
known lady'is erected on hand which docs Tinies-Union. F. Secretary Folger has been offered the .
the
r 4 this netwurk of piping,. a No. 9 Blake Jones, of Brevard, has in ..' ..
not belong to her but in this as in numerous English mission. He declined the offer,
able ; ,
30th published an
> !steam fire engine, capable of throwing an Floridian of Oct. : For thu Star.
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inch and a quarter stream two hundred and eloquent letter in favor of Tilden- other instances we believe-as we A La ..Esop. but has since been urged to, reconsiderhis

') feet and of pumping '300,000"gallons of vindicating his course in 1876, and advocating hope-Dame Rumor is (fault. Once upon a time a cur of 'low degreewas decision. This is 'pretty conclusiveevidence

? water per day, has been ,ordered and is his claims to a renomination. Some recent arrivals, though they patronized by a lion and thereby ex- that President Arthur. tryingto '

I now on the way from New York. Watert It is the best thing we have seen on that could get "good improved land" at about alted, much to the disgust of all who, find an honorable place for 'Mr. Fol

**ni,be obtained from a well twenty-five side of the,question, and if we can possi- 85 an acre, a few of the verdant ones are knew the protege's sneaking instincts. ger outside of his own cabinet.. He js a

,'feet> square; which is now being dug. bly find room we will give our readers a yet looking for some at that figure, we The shallow head of this canine favoritewas very useless man in his present position.

flerafter the drought will have no effect chance to peruse it. As literary, logical hope they may get it. so turned by the proceeding that he Roscoe Conkling, when he was here

,it has few straightway became "puffed up" and, as the other,day, criticized very severely
4on'TummettViandwithafull, supplyof arid forcible political essay Another addition to, the numbers of
be Tilden has found and will find settlement has been it were, could scarce contain himself. At the present administration. Some of- his
water the benefits must necessarily. equals. this most go-ahead
the last having, in his own conceit, magni- remarks should go upon record. He said .
,
defender. It has placed
Mr.
very great no abler made during the week., Chapin, from

|f Ten best' land is "to be whole question before us in a'new light, Kansas, with his wife,and three children, fied his abject yelp into leonine roar, he that this Administration had passed froma
acres of their ended absurdly affecting to thevery listless existence into a comatose condi-
by usurp
removed misapprehensions under land from Mr.
and some who has purchased Comstock
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cleared
arketgarden-
up and devoted tion. The only sign of life feeble
been shoes, so to speak, of his benefactor. was a
which we,find we have laboringas is we believe a noted apiarist.
i ing, where everything in the vegetabletine beating of the the.
r of Tilden's action duringthe When the lion heard of this ridiculous pulse,represented by :

: that will grow will be produced. The. to the motives steal of the Mr. Edward Arnold and his better behavior he was mortified before his Department of Justice. ..AUGUST.

pine-apple all to remain period in which the big half arrived home on the 22d. Mrs. Ar- .
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: plants are not United States friends, but he did not lash himself intoa .
was accomplished. -
?: permanently among the trees of the"prot Presidency.of the Pensacola Commercial, Nov. nold promises to be quite an acquisitionto rage, neither did he lay any wiles for What to him was love or hope? Whatto

: :posed new grove, but are to be taken ; our society.Mr. the immediate punishment of the pre- him was joy or care?, He stepped on'f

jraway as the trees increase in size and G. Wibel from Illinois who has 'a of mottled '.'
3rd.The under which suniptious iugra e; for in the first place, plug soap thegirlhndleft'on
above is the caption
; .n ed more room, oue.fifthto, be taken out Minor Jones' "Til come with Mr. Chapin, intends to buy the resentment of a lion is above so ignoble the topmost stair, and his feet flew out

g' ,&the second year: after planting, a like the den Commercial letter." When prints anything good_ is I land and settle amongst us. an adversary, and in the second, this like wild, fierce wings, and he struck each .

'r. proportion, the',third year and so on, until or anybody or: Amongst the guests ,at Mr. Bolton's lion knew of other ways to kill a dog be-' stair with a sound like a drum,' and the
Brevard
of said of county,
one-fifth remains occupying the center been with butter. He did girl below with the :scrubbing things
she be anything in it, we ought to' be proud of. hotel? during the week.there have side choking him

1 : space between the trees: these'will it., And handsomer compliment couldbe Mr. Cecil, Mrs. Raymond, Mr. Chapin, not evenshake his mane, he only smileda laughed like a fiend to see him co e.- :

,H retained! and.cultivated as long as 'practijg paid no to a son of Brevard than the. and family, Mr. Wibel? Mr. B. Ward, sort of waiting smile, and.whispered' to Chicago JournaL. !

.fctte* :until the growth'of' the trees p-eate taker above. That you think the- letter has Mr., Louis Smith, Mr. E.:Arnold and himself this moral. "He who Beth down Postmaster General Gresham- has issued' '. !

IJ ,Place oo much for severallyeara'after shade, which will planting.not merit is plain by your republication: of it. wife, Mr.' Bowie, and several others. \with, dog geteth' vp.t..with'.,f leas." an order forbidding postmaSters from fur. .

':" Ten laborers Swe des and Germans, What two editors, 'widely' separated by Capt Bolton, of the North,Star, is kept The New England railroads killed thepast nishing lists of.ex-union: soldiers: to ;:those: ,

p J bare just'arrived'\from the North, and distance, endorse by a common impulse, running night and day,'and there ,seems year 221 persons; 535 being injured. -attorneys suspected of extracting ,illegal '

i have been put to work By Mr.Shipe. Mr. must be meritorious,'and.. so I 'endorSe it' tube no'prospect of his being idle during Sixteen of the killed and fifty:two of' ,the fees from such soldiers,. or distributing ',

1 ,Siipe is not favotably' impressed 'with too. Yours. !Ac.J BAD>m. the seasonJoxf JUMP UP. ; injured were passengers. circulars for them:

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,; Agricultural. Geese-nests should be under cover Henry Stewart says that when a t Zingha, The Terrible. and flung his body into the river, pro-

and shelter from the cold winds, the I dairyman intends to permanently pas- claiming that she had killed him as his I

How a Pasture Is Made. exposure toward the sunny south, and ture his cows.he can recommend the An Account of the Life of Madagascar's father had killed her child. She then

In Great Britain, Holland, and in the place retired. I common quack grass as a splendid early Queen. had every individual with the remotest
orchard next, then red- The present Queen of Madagascar, pretension to the throne slaughted. She-
some of the best dairy districts in this Florida expects SO per cent. more oranges pasture, grass
country, land is selected: for a 'pasture this year than last ;These ora top and< blue grais, :with white clover whose envoys have just ratified the was as terrible in her love affairs as in

as it4s for any partictdar crop. Regard ges are superior in quality: and win be, mixed in, and red clover or lucerne ,to treaty between their island and the other things.
is patio its adaptability' to produce a welcomed in increasing quantities.The help out deficiencies. He considers United States, appears to lie an enlight- One of her officers who proved indiscreet -

" .;Ii., large amount'of fine rich grasses. The prospects for an abundant fruit t se'the most productive milk material j ened sovereign; whose fondness for missionaries was thrown to wild beasts ; another

soil or sod is, prepared to receive,the crop along the east shore of Lake Michigan for the dairy.Topdressing. I does not reach the point of I who imprudently allowed himself .

seed,, which is selected ,with special j in the noted "fruit belt," are unless with very fine wishing to eat them, and whose predilections an affair with one of her maids of

.reference to,the production! of grass .to said to be unusually flattering. A large manure, is of doubtful advantage with I are all for printing presses and honor, was ordered by Zingha to cut out
be eaten while it is in its green state. I yield of peaches is expected.A the clover plants. The clover is easily j the arts of peace, a decided improve- the young girl's heart and eat it. The

Great; pains are taken to render the soil great saving in the labor of cultivation smothered by. anything covering its ment upon .the African queens two poor wretch dared not disobey, but
as productive ,as possible. Water is \ leaves. It may, however, pay if the hundred and fifty years. ago. Instance hoped the horrible act would save him
can be made by drawing a heavy '
supplied or.drained off as the wants of bush or a smoothing harrow broadcast clover is to be turned under early for acorn that famous, or infamous, Zingha! from further punishment. Zingha
the land require. Weeds and bushesare j I or potato crop this season. The Queen, early in 1COO, of Matamba and promptly had him beheaded, and the-
over the field just before or at the time
: exterminated or kept in subjection. !y best time to manure is before the seed' Angola provinces in what is now Lower two mutilated corpses were removed
the potato sprouts are beginning to I I
Tertilizers are applied as: they are to j:! push through. is sown. A very light top-dressing then I Guinea. Her story, as told by the UoI .together. She tried, like her brother,.
land devoted to cultivated crops. Loose will secure a heavy growth.An I I man Catholic missionaries of that time, to wrest Angola from the Portuguese,
soils are rendered more .compact by the Skimmed milk is one of the very best important question for farmers :I is a curiosity in the study of ferocity.Her and all the savage tribes of Africa

use of) the .roller, and very heavy soils articles of diet for laying bens, and, so to consider is where to apply manure so i;I picture, painted on parchment, ,is rallied to her call. She was, they said,

are loosened by Unemployment of the I I I far as they can use it, it can be put to as to have if tell best for profit. Of I said to be in 'one of the convents. a queen whose arrow always hit the

\ harrow or 'scarifier. Most farmers in i no more profitable use.. Mixed with course it should not be used on any spring Portugal. In her early years her I mark. She was involved in war for

this country, however, neglect all these wheat bran it makes an excellent feed ; grain except corn arid will probably yield father, by way of fostering her gentleness I thirty years, always showing invincible

things. Land is not selected for a for growing chicks. i the best money value if applied to po was accustomed to drink the blood I courage, as she showed: talent, introducing -

pisture.' If it its. too rocky, broken, I I There does not seem to be any feasible tatoes where. this crop is largely of a newly-slain infant when he invoked at her court everything that she

or difficult cultivate. ; if it is too wet 'II way of getting rid of the rose bug ex- grown. blessings on his daughter's head. Zin- had observed that was advantageous in

or dry to produce good crops of corn, cept by hand picking. The rose slug is In fruit growing, l-ememberthat fruits I gha returned the compliment by serving I the civilization of the Portuguese. She

grain,.potatoes.or.roots,' it is devoted to I another depredator which should be are like grain and vegetable crops in at his funeral banquet two hundred was formidably restless and warlike

;. pisturag: *. Land is selected for other kept under by dusting the plants with this, they must have manure to keep up i{1 buman beings, many of whom she killed I and raged through the provinces about

purpojos, but.the land for pasturage is powdered hellebore. fertility. Unlike vegetables and herself. I her like a resistless torrent. The Port

what was rejected as unsuited for any i The Sugar Beet calls the attention of grain, however, their feeding roots are She had a SOil wkose father's name uguese finally blockaded her in the very
other use. Sometimes a piece of land i farmers*to the advantages of hill culture mostly at the surface. It is best, therefore history does not record, and her brother, island where her unhappy brother had

. originally productive is devoted to pasture J I for beets, saying the French and AusI annually to top-dress fruit heir to the throne of Matamba, think- died by,her orders. The flag of truce

purpo es.. :If this is the case it is trians have largely adopted it. This trees. ing he had reasons to fear this child's sent her was scornfully rejected, and
I
generally after it "had.been chopped to plan of culture seems to present the It does not pay to try to get calf f rcai pretensions, had it stifled in a bath of she escaped at night with her followers

death." It is firstplanted: to com for I most practical advantages. I a cow oftener than once in twelve hot water. Zingha, who adored the I by swimming across the river at a place

several years, then sown to grain for a Professor SanbOrn has conducted a months. If the time for dropping a child, vowed vengeance, and in due I so impracticable that the Portuguese

period equally long, and then laid down series of experiments which prove con- calf is to be changed, make the period time wreaked it signally. For a time I had left it unguarded. Zingha retook

: to grass suited tor mowing purposes.After clusively that it takes more corn to longer instead of shorter. The cow needs she contented herself when her brother Matamba.

the crop, of grass becomes so make a pound of pork when the hogs some time after calving to recover' ascended the throne, with retiring to a The unfortunate tributary queen, who

light.that,it scarcely pays for the work I were allowed to run at large than when strength before being again subjected to distant city and inciting the people. to was holding the province for the Fort

of cutting, the farmer concludes that they were confined in the pen.. I I calf- > "aring. an insurrection. I II I guese, and indulged in all the'ittle' win-
the only thing he can do with the land of :: The milk of a cow in her third or To divert his subjects' attention ning ways by which she made herself .
It does not to keep stock
. is to devote it to supporting stock dur- pay poor fourth calf is generally richer in quality from home-the policy is not unknownin the terror of her bravest enemy, felt that
kind.- If animal is good of I
any every
ing the _summer when he expects to than younger one, and will continue so later times-the king made war on she was playing a losing game in fightiNg
b >
I its kind it is always salable and can *
make the most ou, of them. There are no for several years. In dry season the qual- the Portuguese, who.were in possessionof the Portuguese, whose civilized
turned into at time that it
evidences of beneficent design in most of I money any I ity is generally richer although cool the neighboring province of Angola. science, her wit told her, must, in the
is desirable to do so whereas an inferiorone
the pastures in this country. They are I weather favors the production of cheese. He was defeated and a treaty was made, end, triumph over the most desperate
is always a drug on a farmer's
the work of chance or neglect. hands. Hot weather increases the yield of but he was no sooner at liberty than he savagery. To obtain honorable peace
\ Cultivation- oflOats. b tter. resumed his depredations. new she indicated that she would return to

Oats maybe raised on a diversity of I About 50,000 dozens of eggs are con Remove a young calf from its moth r Portuguese viceroy, who had arrived Christianity, and deciding that the help
soils and with good results. They grow sumed daily in New York city, when' immediately if it is not to run with her. since the treaty, threatened to exter of the Europeans would be useful to her,

well over a wide range of latitude, and, the prices are as high as they are at Place it, if possible, where she cannot minate the whole faithless kingdom. both in preserving her power and in

: with proper cultivation, supplementingthe present. When the cost of eggs reach h:ar it. If-a calf has not been allowedto The King was frightened and sent for softening her subjects' manners,. she

sowing good seed, they are a profitable the lowest point they will be cheaper suckle it can be taught to drink in Zingha, proposing a fraternal reconcil embraced the faith again, and ceded

crop to raise. They are grown for than meat, and the consumption will one lesson. Give fresh, warm milk fora iation, after which she was to go at the her claims to Angola in exchange for

their grain, as.a primary consideration increase to 200,000 dozens a day. week, then warm half-skimmed head of an embassy to treat with the the promise of the King of Portugal to

but the straw also makes an excellent The cross of the Cotswolds on the milk. rortugese Government. maintain her on the throne of Matam

fodder when cut while it is somewhat Merino is not as popular as it was a There is an advantage in growingome The wily tigress saw the way to her ba. She was seventy-five years old at

green, or at least before it becomes few years ago, except for" early lambs. kinds of trees from the seed where. revenge, and consented to do''as her the time of t',e alliance, and she spent
harsh.. "If it is struck with rust it is o fay The wool is' not liked. The South or he trees are expected to remain. The brother wished. In the audiencechamber the rest of her life in abolishing the

little value for feeding purposes, Hampshire Down sheep crossed on peach tree is longer lived if.never transplanted of the viceroy it is said thatshe sanguinary rights of the frightful native

stock do-not relish it.. Green oats cut Cotswold brings a lamb of the finest and if budded at one year old was not pleased with the contrastbetween s-ipetitions. She died at eighty-two

when a foot or two in height make a quality, and there are apt to be a large will soon get into bearing. A few va the throne placed for the quittin the odor of sanctity, her lion
good for soiling Here 'I proportion of twins. viceroy and the cushions provided for hunts
crop purposes. rieties of peaches reproduce themselves wholesale butcheries, barbarous
the dry-straw, after thrashing, is worth :Members of the Elmira Farmers' from the pit. The Wager is one of the herself. She made a sign to one of the multilations, banquets on human

. much less than rye straw, though it is Club advise the mulching of wheat fields most popular of these.A girls in her train ; this unfortunate flesh, devastation of her subjects'

used somewhat for manufacturing into with straw, saying the cost is small, writer in the Fruit Recorder makes went upon her hands and knees, and her homes by fire and sword for caprice,

paper. Oat straw is n&w worth $8 per the benefit sure even in favorable' the statement that one of his neighbors mistress seated herself upon her backas all forgiven. Her later menus con
ton and rye straw f 10., Perhaps a bet ters, but greater in winters like win-I planted some cabbage plants among his upon a chair, and so remained until tained nothing more objectionable
ter and more profitable to use oat just ended when nearly after the end of the audience. Then Zingh
way every day corn where the corn missed, and the than lizards and mice roasted with thee
straw is toy cut it up with hay, to be tile first freezing was a strain on the buttertlies did not find them. He has, left the girl in the possession of th hair on.
wet and mixed with bran or meal as I plants exposed. viceroy with' the phrase that the em- .
therefore
come to the conclusion thatif
Nicknames of Minis
L Some claim.'that' bassadress of a king never used French
feed for horiI the even
It never to underfeed anything.Even the
pays cabbage patch was in the middleof tries.
, oat crop is very exhaustive to the soil, if the animal is only kept in story e the cornfield the butterflies would the same chair twice. Zingha man -

but this opinion is not' accepted bothers condition-that is;neither giving milk not find them, as they fly low and like skill aged the conference with a great deal of try," which was applied to it, was invented

of our best farmers. .The follow nor fattening, a little grain will do no plain sailing" and avoiding any.promise of tribute, in an ironical spirit by the Fvp!.

ing enumeration shows the comparative harm.. Young heifers, however, should The sheep is a close grazer, and even giving instead the freedom of the: The epithet would not have been undeserved -
exbaustiveness of different grains: not be given fattening food before theyhave prefers short pastures. It is scrupulously Portuguese slaves and the alliance of if the cabinet had included, as .
her
Oats, 5; barley, 7 ; rye, 10 ; wheat, 13. their first calf. Hence oats and clean, though not very select in brother. While the negotiation was intended, M. M. Say, Freycine and

If these figures are even approximately' bran are better than corn. the choice of the herbage on which it was pending and she remained in An Ferry, "the three presidents ;" but thee
correct it shows that the claim of oats 0 gola, she bad herself instructed by th scheme fell
001 through. The title was
An experienced farmer says linoe being a highly nitrogenous
most exhaustive is' wide of th tsubstance missionaries in the Christian
reiigion.inorder
being more flattering than that given to itoy
oats should be soaked sufficiently t requires a larger supply of
truth. A bushel of oats weighing 34 swell before feeding them to stock. albuminoid food for :sheep: than other to make herself popular' with the M About"the Ministry of National -

pounds absorbs 20 pounds of nutritivemat When soaked the husk is partly torn ruminants demand. Wool being the the Portuguese. She was even baptized, Deception reference to Gam-

from the soil ; a bushel of barleyweighing away, and facility of digestion increas chief profit of sheep farming, it will b"e viceroy and his wife standing betta's position in the government of

46 pounds takee 30J pounds ; ed. Poultry will carefully pick out the economy to feed oats or oil-cake pretty sponsors. She received the vicequeen'sname national defense, which was itself nicknamed -

a bushel of rye weighing 55 pounds soaked grains from the dry when allow freely to secure liberal growth of this Anna. the "Ministry of Barristers.")I.
takes 3tj, and a bushel of wheat weigh Her brother affected to be pleased Duclerc's ministry not without -
ed a preference in the matter. staple. was styled
ing 59 pounds takes 46 pounds. AJS a with the alliance she had concluded but "
The Bureau of Statistics at Washington low TO BUY A HORSE.-An old ; I I reason, the "Ministry of Invalids.
secretly
profitable them, oats should' be more extensively soon began incursions into Porto I I I the "Long of
heaviest seeding of wheat is practicedin horse,don't believe your own brotbersTake guese Ministry, its chances
sown and of the territory. Zingha bribed the
preparation
thorough
Michigan and Xe\V York, the average no man's word for it.-Your eyeis oracles to foretell vitality being apparently greater than
'
soil will the extra labor a victory. The I
repay expended super- those of
..** .. being 1.6 bushels per acre...Furthersouth your market. Don't buy a horse in stitious King was induced its predecessors. An unfriendly
upon it. by the
" the decreases. The prediction journal calls it a "Cabinet Horrors "
J quantity harness. Unhitch him, and take everything to hazard of ;
FARM AND GARDEN NOTE-Potash for all States is a pitched battle. He and another has "Minis
dubbed
-1, average wheat-growing off.but his halter and lead him was completely it the
is necessary to succesful potato noI! instead of II, as several years around. If he had a corn, or is stiff, or prisoner and driven routed, nearly taken try of False Noses," with apparent
;r growing. The easiest and best to seek refuge on a reference
way to M. of a
has other Ferry's
any failing, you can see it. desert island in the possession
of supplying it is in the form of woodashes. ago.A River Coanza. A liberal
Let him himself allowance of the which thee
by
writer recommends as the best go a little way, and few servants organ
It is also contained in softcoal accompanied him. Ii first
" fertilizer for fruits and cereal crops a if he staves right into anything, you believed them faithful but Napoleon thought so highly of. It
ashes and well-rotted stablnannre. e. mixture of finely ground fresh bones may know he is blind. Xo matter how bribed them to poison him, and Zingha had has also been called a "Ministry of
died and
"
and good wood ;ashes-six barrels of the bright his eyes are, he can't see no was buried in the island with the Clerks, in consequence of the inten
A potato that has been chilled is totally former and twelve of the latter, to be more than a bat. Back him, too. funeral ceremonies of his bloody tion attributed to the prime minister of

unfit,for seed. Farmers are often well mixed together on shed floor, Some horses show their weaknesses or who had all the troops race.in 'Zingha, supervising the. work of his colleagues.

, at a loss- to know 0':why their potatoesdo adding during the mixture twenty tricks in that way when they don't in already, at once seized the her pay .
not sprout, when the solution of buckets of water and one barrel of.I any other. But be as smart as youyou'll can, Christianity to please her crown, abjured AWatertown, tf. Y., man who has
, the mystery would be found in the gypsum or plaster. get caught sometime. Evenht an and slaughtered human subjects, kept account of the weather, claims

} fact that they .where chilled befoie Many. so-called cases of pear bilk expert gets stuck. A horse may look national idols. Her bmther sacrifices to the that it invariably repeats itself, and

planting.Layering. on quince stock are not blight at all, ever so nice, and go a good pace, and son, who was now in the .had left a gives the following as the result of his
consists simply in bendingdown but are simply the killing of the quince yet have fits. There isn't a man could noble .who had gathered charge of a observations, viz. : All years ending in

a branch and keeping it in_contactwith roots from being planted too shallow. tell it until something happens ; or bin e few men still faithful to the about him a 9, 0,or 1 are extremely dry ; those ending

n-: or buried to a small depth in,the The quince root is very tender, and may have a weak back. Give him the Zingha, determined to boy's father in 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 are extremely wet ;

l soil until roots are 'formed. The connection localities where winters are severe whip, and off he goes for a mile or two. vengeance, dared to consummate visit her those ending in 7 or .8 ai'e ordinarily

:with the parent plant may then"be should always be heavily. mulched. As Then all of a sudden he stops in the camp of the loyal .oble alone the well balanced; those ending in 6 hare
:' : severed. Many plants can be far more the quince likes cool, moist soil, the I road. After a rest he starts again. into becoming her cajoled him extremely cold winters tiiose 'ending .-
husband
'- easily propagated thus than by! cut mulch may be left on during the'following but soon stops for good, and nothingbut conclusion: of the and, at the in 2 have an early spring/ those ending ,
I marriage
tings. summer. a derrick could move him." stabbed her little festivities, !I in 1 have a late spring ; fhose ending in
nephew
. to the h edi t ;'3 and 4 are subject to greTt floods.

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4i THE- FLORIDA I: STAR." pushing forward a.needed, reform' or in .ADVERTISEMENTS. CARDS., _. Notice.

.. THUESDAY, NOVEMBER. 29, 1883.. aecuringthe best man for an, importantpost In the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Gr-: .

'-' '. that the welfare: his country may DE BARYBAYAMERCHANTS' PRITCHARD & MAY. suit of Florida, Brevard(County.

ir: PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, promoted.. Two scientists are bothearnest Henry Wilson -)

. A.T.Florida in maintaining a- recent theory, LINE REAL ESTATE AGENTS. vs. \
f' Titusville, : : ,
W. B. Moore. J
Ji E. B. WAGER or diffusing a'recent discovery; one because Titusville Florida.
,
he Elegant Side-wheel .steamers. Action commenced by writ of attach
hopes thus to lift himself into '
| i managing Editor & Publisher. tnent. sum sworn to one hundred and for
notice in the scientific world and be looked Carrying the V. S. HI all. JJ GRAY. ty'dollars.To .
.
If Items; $1.50 per Annum In advance.
: up to as an authority the other because li rn. B..1JTe and all other in-
f A SQUARE Is one inch in space ;.18 squares ; ONE OF THE STEAMERS OF THIS LINE persons
V i} ,make a column, _he firmly believes: in it.and desires will leave Jacksonville daily,tom wharf foot ATTORNEYATLAW.LaGrange teresteil:
of Laura street,at 3 30 p.m.,and 5.F. and W.
ik f CASH Advertisements will not receive nnaccompanied attention. by the that mankind shall benefit by it. Two Railway. wharf at 3:(()p.m., for Florida.Wm. Notice is hereby given that -writ of
attachment has been issued against the
-: For advertising rates enquire of the Editor artists are putting forth every power; one Palatka Astor Sanford En-
three Scott. A.M.Thrasher. said Win. B. Moore and his property has
a cent
always enclosing stamp.
t for the sake of fame the other for the .
Titusville Fla Sanfonl Fla. been attached to satisfy the demand of
terprise .
E'THIS PAPER may be found on file at sake of embodying his conceptions and SCOTT & T1IRASIIER, Henry Wilson amounting to one hundred

F. Geo. P. Bowen &,Go's Newspaper Advertising giving them to the world. Two women And all intermediate landings south'of and forty dollars.

: Bureau (10 Spruce Street) where I. .Palatka. ATTOKNEYSATLAW.Sanford Now therefore the-said Wm.B. Moore
!; advertising contracts may be made for it are capable teachers; one is planning : : Florida. and all other persons interested are here-

? in NEW YORK. solely to secure her own promotion; the I Sunday Boat will leave at 1 p.m. by requited to appear and plead to the
Will make close connections with all Rail Mr. Scott is now located at Titusville. declaration filed in I the above entitledcase

i' THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor other is incited by the idea of ,elevatingand Lines for Real Estate Law ''a speciality.,., on or before the 4th day the, first

Brevard county. enriching the young minds entrusted Points In the Interior.And Monday, of February rule day, a. d.

to her care. Two others are diligently' with steamers at Sanford for MINOR: S. JONES. 1884. and if he shall fail to appear and

iff Entered at Me Post Office at Titusville as engaged in works of charity; one in the plead as aforesaid judgment will be en-
Points Indian River.
Second-Class Matter. on tered against him according to law.
f.. hope of being called Lady Bountiful the ATTORNEYATLAW.Titusville .
; Returning leave Enterprise at 7:30 and San A. A. Stewart,

i. Governments, whatever their nature, other desiring nothing so much as to lift ford on arrival of train' arriving at Jackson Florida. Clerk'of Brevard county Florida.
-
some of the heavy burdens of the ville Titusville,October 25,1883. 26td
;. are but the outgrowth of the organized poor,
and to let in a of sunshine the Early next morning. M.E.. ENGLISH. Notice.In .
I r social! forces constituting them,and hence ray upon

-": the necessity,. in a Democratic form of afflicted. In every case the one is absorbed Lines Making for close all points connections with rail and steam Notary Public State at Large. the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit -

f'; Government, that every member of society with the thought of "I," the other by the NORTH EAST AND WEST.For Affidavits drawn and all business entrusted of Florida, Brevard County. .

\. be not only intelligent but thoroughly thought "It." Though working apparently all points between Jacksonville and to me promptly attended to.' To Wm.B. Moore and all other persona interested -

; patriotic. for the same purpose, and using Palatka,take one of the eteamers leaving Office at his residence. :
Market wharf daily, Sundays excepted, at 10 You are hereby notified that a writ of
- Such were the founders of this govern- perhaps the same methods, their aims and a.m. Titusville, .Florida. attachment has been issued against the

} ment, and such must be our people if we aspirations point in opposite directions, FAST MAIL. F. GRAY. said Wm. B. Moore and his property has

": expect to retain and enjoy this inestimable their hopes and fears are centered around Leaves Jacksonville for Green Cove Spring, g S been attached to satisfy the demand of
Tocoi and Palatka.
<":' bequest of our Washington, our Jef- different objects, and the success of eitherone Lake Steamer MAGNOLIA leaves Florida Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL of George Two F.hundred Ensey amounting dollars and to the interest sum .

ferson,.our Hamilton, our Paine, our alone would appear like failure to the Central Railroad,returning wharf at-a.same m.day.daily, Sun WORK WARRANTED. thereon from July 19,1883.
day excepted
;' Franklin and our host of illustrious patriotic other. Forfurther information apply at General Work or orders left with P. E. Wager or at Now, therefore you the said Wm. B.
It at first that if and Laura Streets.W. Post Office,Titusville or with A. Brady LaGrange Moore and all other persons interested .
f stars that form the galaxy of our may seem sight the Ticket Office corner Bay will receive prompt attention. Will be .
are hereby required to on or before
energy of each of these characters is .B.WATSON,Manager.C. In Titusville every Monday.DR. appear
political firmament. the first the 4th of February
.B.FENWICK,Gen.Pass.Agent. Monday day
The basis of all organized societies and equally expended in the same direction, B. R. WILSON. a. d. 1884, the same being rule day

;' the difference of their secret motives for said month, and plead to the declara-
can-
CASH CASH !
of all is "Mutual CASH !
,: governments protectionand tion filed by the said plaintiff in said case
mutual interests" and not concern any one but themselves. If Will conttnue the practice of Medicine in attachment and if
: as no person or proceding he fails

1 has a natural right to hurt; or injure an- their work is done, and done well, what WHERE Titusville and vicinity, to do so judgment will be awarded

more has society to ask? It will be found, against the said defendant according to
" ,' other, the true basis of the Democratic Ofiice at J. M. Dixon's Drug Store.A la wand the property attached will be

: form of Government is that the greatest however-that only to certain point can AT THE levied on under execution and sold to

y good be conferred (not-upon the greatest any work be performed well when the II. IIAWLEY D. S. pay the said debt sworn to.,

' aim is wholly selfish. There comes a timeto A. A. STEWART,
" number) but' upon every member consti- iA.DQU&ERS Visiting Dentist. Clerk of circuit court of Brevard Co. Fla.
each and each when his
tuting it without detriment or injury to man woman Titusville. October, 22. 1883. 26td .
: Makes trips to Indian River.Lake .
: frequent
or,her own interest and the excellence of
each individual
. anyone,,and to secure to Worth, &c. NOTICE.
i.i absolute vestedin the work seem at least to clash. .
member all those rights P. O. Address New Florida. In the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial
view would show that STORE Smyrna; ,Circuit -
Perhaps a larger *
laws of Nature.
V them by the immutable Florida in said
a under- there really is no such conflict, that even- II. NAVDIAN. of county. -
That not c. '
: any people thoroughly State of Florida
and limitations tually the good of the worker and the TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
,', standing.the nature principles Brevard County.
Justice of the Peace and
.good of his work will be identical But Mitchel Peterson,
of free constitutional '
a ," representative
:
of at present, at least, we are not always Notary Public State-at-Large. vs. Bill in Equity
, government, be the guarantees '. Also Commissioner of Deeds for the State of A. B. Linderman, 'Notice.
able to take this view and when-
; liberty on which it is founded ever so larger ---=0-- PENNSYLVANIA. (impleaded with)

ever they seem to us to come into collisionone J. K. Willard, Agent.To .
_: great and,extensive, can long support, re- Office at the Haul-Over. ,
, or the other must give way. The the defendant, A. B. Linderman:
is
tain and enjoy it, a palpable fallacy. JOIINSON'COCKSHUTT.
,' self-seeker has no hesitation. His own I T. By the order of this court you are nereby
The has been and never can
thing never, interest is uppermost in his mind, and if The Oldest and Most Reliable Place of notified to appear, answer, or demur to .
be done. Notary Public, Statc-at-Largc, a Bill in Equity filed in this suit to en-
Jie imagines that is to be promoted by force laborers lien of$166.71'for clearing
, Therefore a consistent Democrat, mustof and a -
' : slacking his efforts or adulterating his BUSINESS five and 57-100 acresof land, besides
necessity be an intelligent and a patriotic Justice of'the Peace.
disbursements and costs of suit on or be-
short
goods, or giving weight or measure,
2 ,man; a good man-one willing to Court day, first Saturday of each month. fore the first Monday in April. 1884, the

:' ., grant to others what he claims for him- or catering to what he knows to be a corrupt on Indian River, Dealing in LA GRANGE Florida. same being rule day, or judgment will be

g taste, br sacrificing some public ben- taken against you by default.
: .. seli>-jBn..old time,gentleman-one incapable Witness my hand and seal of court this
act. efit, the die is cast, and society is by so L.A GRANGE STORE
: ,of doing a wrong or mean Merchandise November 12th 1883. _
General
and He whoon
much
.' Sorry are we to acknowledge that thou- impoverished injured. Always on*hand a general assortment of A' A. STEWART,
the other hand keeps his eye fixed on 29 td Clerk of circuit court.

democrat excellence as the chief good, can stoop to None but strictly first-class goods are GOODS. NOTICE.Six
who have
no more an '
t of none of these things.If his own interest is to 'STRICTLY CASH. months after date I will
: what constitutes such than has a dog present
!" the suffer it must suffer,for he has higher hopes I E. L. Brady. my final accounts and vouchers to the
Dog-Star.
i and nobler aspirations that he will not sao- bought and sold at this Stand. January 1st 1SS3 '1 yr 36Florida County Judge of Brevard county Florl-
The same may be said truly of the Re- ida as administratrix with the will an-
stands in the wap'of his
rafice. Whatever nexed of the Estate of H.T. late
f publicans. These names, properly speak- Titus,
misnomers best accomplishment must yield, and -o- PISO S CUR E FOR of said county deceased and ask'for a final
? and to-day are -
ing are synonymous thus it is in every case the man who em- cults WIUE All USE FAILS.BestCoofb discharge as Such administratrix.

-they do not convey a proper "It' not he who emphasizes"1;" Remember A Dollar will buy exactly Syrup.Sold TMtra druggist good.UMinUmcu MARY E. TITUS, Administratrix.

: .idea as to their real status of applicationf phasizes Titusville Sept. 17, 1883. 22 6m.
who is of the highest value to the world.
and subversive of of constitutional -
hence are liberty, NOTICE.Six
Every employer knows how to prize a $1.00 worth.Established .

t' representative government. conscientious subordinate who makes the Manufacture months after date I will present to .

6 The creed of the parties of the presentf Honorable A. County Judge
Florida '
employer's interest his own, and society of Brevard final
county my accounts -
.
In IS'2'3.Addr
is "Beat the other way, every AMAZON PAINT WORKS.
party, any "
and vouchers administratrix of
will be dull, indeed, if it does not prizeits as
i. way but beat. "Get the ins out and the the Estate of Bartholomew Einlg deceased -
conscientious servants who in-every W. J. BERNE
& CO.
and ask for final from the
V outs in." "Make the rich richer and the a discharge
' walk of life make its, best welfare and orders to administration of said Estate.C. .
: poor poorer." "Keep what you have got manufacturers of the '
; happiness their first and main concern. J. SANDIFORD Administratrix.

j' and get what you can." its .Titusville, Fla., Sept. 6. 1883. 19 6m.
work for
This interest in our own
in the AMAZON READY-MIXED PAINTS
*: Politics I the word is sickening The Headquarters Store,
cultivatable We all NOTICE.
sake is a quality.
,
to
It us
it.
; mouth as we utter conveys
is low possess it in some degree, and we may all in all shades and ready forImmediate Land Office at Gainesville Fla.'\
that
the Titusville Fla.
,meaning of everything ,
J" be Nov. 13, 1883. /
will. Children
increase it if we may
t. ,mean and humiliatingly selfish trickiness 17e. NOTICE is hereby given that the follow-
:
'( accustomed at a very early age to take CONTINENTALHoof settler has filed notice of his
rather: than that which is ennobling, ing-named
return to pleasure in the success of their own efforts Specially AW For This Climate, intention to make final proof in supportof

;_' grand and patriotic. Let tfc> from personal good they Ointment.Cures and ofPure his claim, and that said proof will be
first principles. Educate the people up quite apart any grinders :, made before E. N. Dimick, deputy clerk

> to standard of honor may derive from it. The careful observer White' Lead circuit court, at Lake Worth, Fla., on
a the
higher pristine Cracked Hoofs
Scratches
t Sprains, ,
of child nature will notice that this is Tuesday, Jan. 1884, viz: Edwin R.

k ,duty and right, then:will our cherished natural delight and is only deadenedand & Colors In Oil. Bradley, of Lake Worth Fla., D. S. 718,
:institutions of liberty and freedom, a and Sores in for the lots 3 and 4, ection 34 Township

our constitutional representative government diminished by the growth of selfish Office and Factory, 44 S, Range 43 E.

considerations. If care is taken to make He names the following witnesses to
Cattle and
ir. be safe. Then, and not until then, Horses, Sheep.Ask No. 26 Ocean street, prove his continuous residence upon and
possible to preventits
work congenial as ,
may we hope for and expect it thus to be.I as cultivation of,said land,viz:Albert Geerr
excessive and exhausting,and to for it write JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. '
being your Storekeeper or M. W. Dimick. Wm. Laneliart, Benj.
t.e.
"I" AND "IT." sympathize, and encourage the natural jB6?"'Send for color card and price list. Lanehart., -of Lake Worth. Fla.

I{.' I of success there is no reason why it direct to the manufacturers, L. A. BARNES.
joy ,
that. Wanted iS 30w5 Register U. S. Land Office.
:"g. !It,is one of Ruskin's pithy sayings should ever decrease. AGENTS! BOo sk Bib

"the 'man is.in the. ... -- AMERICA LUBRICATINGOIL low,. seUiq ':=.e9ft7W1teIe;u......... NOTICE
obstinacy of the,mean g ----- __ _...... -..........4 t NuIwUIc.TCGa. INCORPORATION, ,.

i pronunciation of '!,' and the obstinacy off NOTICE.In Indian Riyer & I Norton Transportation

the great man in J the pronunciation of tilt Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial cir- CO. $100.00 A WEEK COMPANY. .

. .'1t.' This difference, remarks an exchange cuit of Florida, Brevard county., A. D. Cleveland : : : Ohio. good We,can active guarantee,energetic, the above amount to NOTICE.IS HEREBY' GIVEN that in accordance -

may be said to divide all.energetic 1883. with the laws of Florida, we',,
i. Agents the undersigned have formed associa-
classes Smith an
,
general Joseph )
t men and women into two vs. v Attachment, amount STANDARDLaundry Ladies as well as gentlemen, make a succc' tion to be styled and known as the Indian
establishing in the business. Very little capital required.
,: ,those who are bent upon 'Vm. B. Moore. J sworn to 30000. We have a household article as notable asflour. River and Northern Transportation

: something which ,they hold, .more, important To Wm. B. Moore and all other persons interested .. Wax It sells Itself fIt Company for the purpose of constructing -
of these maintaining and operating a Railroad -
;: than themselves., ,Each : is used every day in every family. You do from point Indian RIver at
a or
JI' in station of NOTICE is hereby given that a writ of not need to explain its merits. Therein a rich on
characters may be seen every harvest for all who embrace this golden op near Rockledge to a point on Lake :Poin-
been Issued against the Preserves Linen beautiful finish
has gives a
life and in occupation. -Two men attachment It costs you only one cent to learn sett on the St. Johns river in Brevard
: every labor said Wm. B. Moore, and his property what ur business is. Buy a postal cant and county. Florida for the of con-

1 are performing the same manuel tached to satisfy the demand hundred of Joseph dol prevents the iron from sticking,saves write and to full us and particulars we will send you our prospectus veying persons and property.purpose Said roadto
calculating Three
with one is Smith amounting to thereabout.
equal industry; FREE be three miles in length ;

,how .he need expend in order MINOR S. JONES
' much labor lars.Now labor.
'it said Wm. B.Mooreand o-
; therefore the And we know you will derive more good than A. STEWART
a to satisfy his employer$ keep his situ* all other persons interested are here- you have any Idea of. Our is such reputation as a JAMES ALEXANDER A. MCCRORY. ,
manufacturing that
ation: the other, while fully conscious'that by required to appear and plead to the FIVE CENTS A CAKE. not afford to company to us on a we postal can Titusville, September, 21, 1883. 22 3m.
honest livelihood,,is declaration filed In the above entitledcase j and give your address plainly and receive .

It he is earning an work ou or before the first Monday in Ask Storekeeper for it. Made by full particulars. M ly. NO PATENT NO PAY.
'also outcome of his rule your
interested in the March, a.d.lSSl. tho same being day Buckeye M'f's. Co. Marion, Ohio., .
y and is anxious to see it well done. for said court and if he shall fall to appear niTCUTC Obtained for iealide.-
FA I CIl I O
vices Compounds. I
aforesaid mil STANDARD OIL CO. Ill UM BUT. Ho preparation.
,
Two men are deeply engaged in politics; and plead as judgment 1 UMd with uyrteMpenforBurkworkon and Labels. AU preliminary examinat one
be entered against him according to,law 1nSmrtabr .Popgtu'ordeeora- a* to patentab111ty.ol1nventions. free. Our
4., >one puts forth'all his force and, ingenuity A.A.S swairr, Cleveland : Ohio. lneo .Bceetrtd Car "Guide for obtaining Patents" la sent free
: .
tenmaUIKDAL 111pkn. everywhere. Address-LOUJS lUGGER
CO.
to secure for himself. some coveted posilion Clerk of Brevard county, Florida. I Established 8oidb aU Solicitors of Patents Washington,D.C. .
:; i; ; the other is equally energetic, in Titusville,Nov. 26,1883. 31. td Augusta" ', .:\,,J'" ,',dl'"r..lS'ft.. ','t, :. : 6m s1atStatlaur+& "ewi Aai'rV "


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'The Fair'Sex. more than one hundred r pupils, divided Home Catering. the roof.. The surface of the metal is The Caterer. 1.

into two sections, under the, directionof curiously pitted, and from the centre of -

The females outnmmler the males in the two energetic t sisters, 'Miles.Guilleaume. GRAHAM GEMS/ One, quart warm each pit rises a small cone or nipple of CRAB SANDWICH.-Put half a poundof i
boiled crab meat into a stone
mortar
Alabama by 17,247." m The same professionalsalso :water; one-half cup'of molassas ; half. copper, smoothly polished, as if it had
and it to smooth
pound a paste, with
A woman cannot become successful manage the afternoon ctdS8eS'held a teaspoonful of salt; half a yeastmelved been turned in a lathe. Those cones of
the juice of half a lemon. Season with
lawyer. She is too fond of giving her in one of the school-rooms in Rue Dro- in tepid water, and enough fusion produced by the electric dis- '
salt a little grated nutmeg anda
pepper, ,
pinch of curry powder. Now mix
Rattlesnake skins are much used in the pupil-teachers, as'well 'as the children When light, bake in hot gem pans in aquick points in an electric lamp, and indicate, this paste well with six ounces of best

Florida; for .ladies1 belts, --and slippers of th? lower classes, are specially oven. Break open and serve hot. as we have before remarked, a gyratory
: butter. Cut rather thin slices of bread
mare also made*of,the same material, the invited. Private schools,however, have POTATOES A LA IARisiENXE.-Peel, movement of the electric current. ,
trim off the crust, and spread the slices
.rattles serving as ornaments .ereo instead : admittance, besides mothers and goy the potatoes, and with a vegetable: cut- I Much was expected from' the discovery with the crab paste.

of bows.. V ernesses who bring pupils. The salaries' ,ter cut as many little balls as possib'e made by Professor Boll that the

In 1860 only 270,997 woman and girls ', together with trifling expenses of from each potato ; put them in a wire images of the objects remain on the CURRIED CRAB.-Put into a sauce-

were employed in manufactures in the paper, etc., are defrayed by the parish. basket and dip in boiling lard or drip- retina of animals after death. It was pan a quarter of a pound of butter witha

':United States; in 1870 this'number had While I was there an indigent mother pings. Five minutes will fry them. thought, for example, that the last little dour ; cook together and stir till,
h'her cool then add a gill of cream a little
two children to be ,
become and in 1880 53139.Women came salt them when cooked
323,770, Sprinkle over scene of a mysterious murder would be
fitted by the elder girls. Meanwhilethe cayenne, salt and a dessertspoonful of
whose husbands are hanged, and serve them in a hot dish. found by properly examining the eyes
younger ones-about ten or twelve East India curry powder. :Mix all well
:beheaded &e., very often marry a second BOILED Musn.-Stir into half a pintof of the victim. Actual tests have
then add of
years old-delineated on the blackboard together, one pound boiled
tim Thus the widow of the cold water two tablespoonfuls of shown that the optograni can be of no
quickly and correctly the .front of a crab meat, chopped fine ; stir well together
-duke of Monmouth married Lord Corn- flour and enough Indian meal to makea use in detecting crimp. Dr. Ayers
bodice. They all stood on a low fern ; make very hot-and serve.WAFFLES. .
wallis:;.the widow.of the hanged EarlJFerrers thick batter. Have on the fire a ket- made more than a thousand experiments -
,in a row, so as to_ allow them to reach .-Take half pound of but
married Lord.. T.',Campbell; themow tle of boiling water, about two quarts ; in the laboratory of Professor
the blackboard which walled the school I ter half a pound of fine nine
of one at' least of .the murder- pour in the batter, stirring it fast ; let Kuhne, at Heidelberg, and met with sugar,
room. Each clild was provided witha three of milk anda
pints
II an ounce
tecs ,of Captain White, of Salem, who it boil a few minutes, then add a teaspoon poor success. The best result was eggs,
small :;sponge; chalk and flat ruler, half of the best baking powder and
was murdered.by relatives, also remar- of salt and sifted meal by the I I i obtained by exposing the eye of a living ,
ready to mark the lines named by the two pounds and a quarter of sifted
ried, and dozens, of other cases might handful until quite thick. Keep it rabbit, which had been dosed with !
teacher. As a change they afterward ; flour. Beat the butter and to a
be cited. ;But the most remarkable: is boiling slowly and stir frequently. atropine, to a photographic negative, sugar
return to their seats to hear explana- cream, add the yolks of eggs and milk
that of the mother of Lady Jane Greywho FRIED SHAD. Season a shad and let and even in this case the other e}e -vvas
tions of -
the difference between
right and one-half the flour. Mix well, then
,. within 'a fortnight'after ,her hus- and side it stand two or three hours before cook- imperfect, indistinct and evanescent.The .
wrong selvedge. raw edgeof add the whites of the eggs, which you .
band was beheaded' ,married her equerry.. the material., Then, to test.whether ing. If for breakfast season it over Mechanical World (England) will have beaten to a stanch snow, ; nd .

--She was 30 and he was 21. these explanations were well understood, night. Mix one tablespoonful of brown says that phosphorescent powders can lastly add the rest of the dour. Bakein

WHY ;YOUNG MEX DON'T ,MARRY. each learner bad to place and trace on sugar, half- a teaspoonful of cayenne be prepared as follows : Ten ounces of waffle-irons well greased and heated.

-The, girls, of to-day are not brought lining the half of a reduced-sized bodice pepper, one tablespoonful of salt, rab carbonate and phosphate of lime, ob- When baked the tops may be dusted

,up as their mothers and grandmothers first on the top, then on the back of the ,this mixture well into the fish ; close it, tained by calcining oyster shells and with tine sugar or with a moo urJ oft

were. They insist upon' beginning two-fold lining; etc. The long lesson sprinkle salt on the outside, cover it sepia bones, are mixed with 10 ounces sugar and powdered cinnamon.SC.LY"OlED .

married life in the same style that their ,appeared as dolls' play to the little peo closely and leave it until needed for caustic lime ; 2} ounces chloride of sodium CLAMS. Scald the

parents, are.- ending theirs., .They will, ple'who were evidently delighted with cooking; then wipe it dry, ,cover it calcined, are then added, and 20 clams -
drain off the and
not think of occupying less than a whole their progress, thanks to the spirted with melted butter and lay it on a board to 25 per cent of the weight of sulphur, them fine. Butter liquor the cavitiesof chop

house on a,fashionable_ street, and,must style of teaching. before the fire to cook or fry as other 3 to 7 per cent. sulphide of calcium, up ery
number of clam shells if
have servants to, do the' housework. The Parisian school children pass a fish. Serve hot. Garnish with parsley. barium, strontium or magnesium, a large or,

They will not only refuse to cook their general examination in cutting out oncea BISQUE OF LOBSTER. Make a which has previously been exposed to preferred, a number of individual

husbands' meals;;but 'in, too many' cases- year, the best workers receiving one, strong stock with a knuckle of ve:'l, sunlight. To improve the lighting vegetable dishes. Put in a thin layerof
grated bread crumbs cracker dust
do,' -not" .know' how, to, do- so, even, if two or four pounds. The teachers have one pig's hock, one sliced onion and power :Messrs. Tik and Corty add a or
the bread
( crumbs are to be preferred)
they had the desiret Of. .course, this is also their share in ;
the payment. These three quarts of water. Let it simmer phosphorescent matter, which they

the ,old, old_story; but:there is no visible monetary rewards, however, are very four or five hours ; then strain it obtain from the ashes of marine plants. then a layer of the chopped clams, a few
small
pieces of butter of
a sprinkle
improvement in the domestic ed- wisely withheld from their juvenile win- through a colander. 'Let it stand an These powders, when mixed with
chopped parsley and dust of black
: a
ruca ion of our 'girls.: Thirty or forty ner. Instead of money, they receivea hour. Skim off all the fat. Half an varnishes, render the surfaces which
pepper, then a layer of bread crumbs
"years ago a married man, could keep savings bank book, in which is enter- hour before dinner heat in a saucepanone they cover luminous. Collodion, par-
a another of clams etc. and
so on
house and "go into society" for what ed the prize sum, to'serve as a foundation tablespoonful of butter. Sprinklein afline, soluble glass, etc, can be incor- alternate until have ,the desired

it now costs,to provide for bachelor ne- for future deposits. It seems that two tablespoonfuls of flour; Let it porated with them. you

cessities. 'In a word, marriage is todaya nearly'all Government rewards are now cook without browning. Then add a The new dock at Cardiff of. which quantity, the last layer being bread
crumbs, upon which lay two or three
very luxury, 'while as a rule young given in this way-a' most admirable cupful of hot cream and a teacupful of Lord Bute cut the first sod, will extend small pieces of butter and in a
I men just starting out"in life are no plan inciting to thrift and pour
: preventingthe stock. Let it come to a boil. Then over thirty-five exclusive of tim-
acres, small portion of rich cream or a little
richer nowadays than those'of a century money being wasted by parents or add to the soup also the coral of a lob ber ponds and will cost about 600,000.
,
sherry or a little of the strained liquor
ont
:ago. ''Nine of ten bave their for- children; as they.arc forbidden to touchit ster, dried and pounded tine. Stir the It is to be completed within three years. from the scalded clams. This liquor is

ttunes to) 11t'ls'sater; to ;say that before the age of twentyone.All soup, letting it mix well together, but The lock will be the largest in the however often therefore,
salty
very
not one fashionable yeung man in fifty, these particulars were courteously not boil. Little dice of the lobster can ;
world its dimensions SO feet wide
being care must be exercised in the of it.
under twenty-five ':'years'of' 'age is in a given to 'me' by Mile. Guilleaume, be added. Season the soup with pepper and 600 feet long, while the depth of Set your scallops in a baking use and

?, who for thirty-three years has been and salt. Serve hot. pan
water the sills will
over from 20
con-template vary cook in a moderate oven for fifteen or

struggling to prevail upon the Government -, CRACKERS.-One cup butter, one teaspoonful feet to 30 feet. The dock will be 2400 I twenty minutes, or until the ofa
tops are
-of'his
own in has to have
'sphere society. It
cutting-out in all
taught salt, two quarts of flour. Hub feet long and 600 feet wide, the depth. delicate yellow color. Serve hot.
'been suggested,that bachelors should go public schools. With all these! advantages very
well with the hands mix
together up of water varying between 25 feet and 33 CKEA.M PuFF Take half
into the country find wives. If they it is no wonder that Frenchwomen a poundof
with cold water, beat hard with rolling- feet, according to tide. There will be best butter
one pound of sifted flour
do, they'must live in the country forever are noted 'not' only for the elegan- e pin in flour to make them brittle. timber ,
ponds
covering eighteen
acres eigl t two
: after, for the most extravagant of there toilette, but for its 'exquisite eggs, ounces of fine sugar, the
CHOCOLATE CAKE.-One cupful of adjoining. All the railway arrange- grated yellow rind of and
one lemon. one
woman on Dearth is the one that has been'brought shape. matter. the cheapness of the
sugar, one-half cupful of butter, one- ments and the loading and discharging and il.half pints of water. Put the
'up' simplicity, and who, material, the fit must be perfection.
half cupful of sweet milk, whites of machinery will be of the most complete water into an immaculately clean round-
cleaving her old associations, comes to j Parisians, in particular, are very stricton
four eggs well. beaten, one and a half description. When the new dock is bottomed add the butter the
\ 'town., She has no idea of the value of : this .head, so 'much,.so that dressmakers saucepan, ,
: ,teaspoonfuls of baking powder sifted in complete there will be a water area in I sugar and the grated lemon-rind.
t *money, for'she never had any to speak will. declare that they would
two cupfuls of flour. Use granulated Cardiff basins and docks of 130 acres : Bring all to the boil
then it
( -of. Her 'youth has been spent in' rather work, for,ten English ladies than ; remove
though of the brilliancy of city life, a single French one. sugar, and sift it for all good cakes. and a quayage of five miles. I from the fire and immediately add the .

and her ideas are'''founded on novels Bake in layers. Do not empty the boiler under steam sifted flour, which mix quickly and

; -treating fashionable" 'life. She would I A SPICE CAKE.-Take one-half cupfulof pressure, but cool it down with the thoroughly in with a strong wooden
Mean
Tuin;a,millionaire. The reality never Trick. butter, one and a half cupfuls of water in ; then open the blow-out tap spatula. :Now add the eggs, two at a

'mM"up to her old ideal; and in seek- brown sugar, one teacupful of chopped and let the water pour out. To quickenthe time, and beat all to a rather stiffish
A 'man who probably hailed from
'ing'for, the' ,latter she.would. if, per- Buffalo mean raisins, one teaspoonful of cloves, cin cooling the damper may be left open batter (not too thin). Then lay out the
played a powerful trick
i: 'mitted, :beggar a ct sus. !Now' what Detroit bridal : namon and a little nutmeg, yolks of liv and blow off through the batter on greased baking-pans in suita-
on a couple at esafetyvalves.
is a bachelor to'do ?'' H&cannot afford Falls the other Niagara eggs, two cupfuls of flour. Add a littlmore Do not, on any account, ble sized lumps, at some little distance

I to'; marry a city girl, audit he marry a'j hotel and evening. They went tea if not stiff enough. Bake in one- dash cold water on any of the plates. apart, and bake them in a rather hot
registered had and ,
country girl he must live in the country supper, half inch pans. But in cases of emergency pour cold oven. When baked remove them from
'j then started out for
a night view of the
I or be absolutely ruined. Koarer. COCOANUT PIE.-Open the eyes of a water in before the hot water is let out, the tins and lay them side by side'
had
Mighty They not far
I L gone cocoanut with a pointed knife or gitn and mix; the two together so as to cool When cold, cut a slit in the side of each
when a man called to them and said
French Dressmakers' Art Pub i .'Nave : let, and pour out the milk into a cup ; the boiler down gradually and generally with a sharp knife, and fill each interior
been
just married? We
! lic.' "you then break the shell and take out the and not suddenly and locally. If "a with a nice custard cream made in t' e

! : tI h-have, answered the group. "Goingto meat and grate it fine. Take the same boiler is blown off under steam pressure following manner: Take one pint of
I Schools.where Children Are Taught stay here a day or two ?" Yes." the
i ..the-Arts of Adornment. weight of sugar and the grated nut and plates and brickwork are left hot. cream, five eggs, five ounces of sugar
"Having registered at hotel
my you stir beat four the whites The hot plates harden the scale,and th and a little grated nutmeg. Mix all
; ,The importance of leaching dressmaking probably' intend to. remain there ?" together; eggs, i hot brick ewell.
t in schools has at last been recognized "Yes sir." "Well I want to and yolks separately, to a stiff foam ; work hurts the boiler. together, place on the fire, and
a
say
: "by the-French Government, who does word to I don't want mix one cup of cream and the milk of water dashed on to hot plates will cause stir continually until it thickens then
you. any ducky-
! all in its-power to facilitate the spread I deary nonsense around house. Iwant the cocoanut with the sugar and nut, severe straining by local contraction, remove it from the fire and flavor it to
my .
-of,,_such' instruction. :However, it will no popsy-wopsy business on the then add the eggs and a few drops of some times sufficient to fracture the your taste with pure extract of vanilla-

i>e long ere the art is universally taughtin veracdi I want no squeezing hands on orange or lemon extract. Line deep seams. I. after Or you may make the custard cream

with nice crust fill them the following formula Take one
pie-tins a :
elementary school. Pupils are ready the balconies or feeding each other at ,

.enough 'to"'learn,_.but, .as, in England, the.table.". The groom let his arm fall with the custard, and bake carefullyhalf Wanted--A Few Earls.A pint of milk, three eggs, four ounces ofsugar

the 'difficulty lies in the finding of effi- an hour. : four ounces of sifted flour and a
f 'onhia: bride's waist in a slow'and ; little
.cient'teachers essence of lemon or half a nutmeg
for
_' any homely and practical painful and the London
'. manner, stranger con manager, who was aboutt grated. The
sciences tinued : ?'.The first time, you call her The Wonders of Science. ) revive a drama of strong domestic as above directed.mixing and process same

, To supply the dearth Governmentjoistresses peaches and cream, or she calls you her interest, found that he would require J 1 _

from 'the 'provinces are sentto darling, out you go !I" "Y-yes, sir." A steel pin in .a cast-iron crossheadis several additional actors to sustain somevery The manufacture of artificial feath
"
'
;I : Paris during the Summer, holidays She's no sweeter than ten thousaid constructed in an ingenious way by minor parts in the piece ; so, think I ers gives employment to more than

to take, cutting-out lessons for twentydays other girls, and you're no more of a Harris Tabor, Supiitendent of there ing he would turn the existing amateur l 3000 women ; 4000 are engaged in bookbinding -

: -, working,seven hours per day. Alt I I I darling than I am, and I won't stand Hartford.Engineering Company. He. theatrical craze to account, he sat down at which only 5000 men are

'traveling' expenses are defrayed the love-sick nonsense." 'He asked away takes a steel tube and turns it up true, I. and wrote to the manager of a leading 'employed ; 25,000 do work in shoe fac-

State: In, return( ; candidates are, ex'pected"to with thnt, and people. :at,the Falls whoknew j I I and then sets it in the sand before thecrosshead theatre as follows : ":My dear B- tories ; 80,000 manufacture men's clothes -

'be thoroughly' taught' by thmoo' e the bridal couple :were amazed to I is cast. The gate runs I am in immediate want of several professionally, in addition to the

lady inspectors* ; who have also'appointed been hear them address each other as Mr. through this:: tube and, of course, in lifting 'guests' for my comirg revival. I millions who do this kind of work at

to :give a: series of lessons, and Mrs., and to see what precautionsthey the mold "bums" the steel i should be much obliged to you, therefore their own homes it is somewhat sur

j according1 to .their respective systems, took to prevent touching hands or fast on the cast-iron core. Two tubeS t if you would kindly send me twoor prising to know that more women are

: every Thursday during .the scholastictyear betraying any symptoms of love. They are gained-the'pin'has a steel surface: three Earls at your earliest cone engaged in making men's clothes for

! when'' free, instruction is given, to I put in two wretched days, sad it wasonly which is a very good thing, and th venience. Yours, etc." ,* the market, than, in making women's

dents residing :in and round Paris, ,i as they were upon the point of turning is accomplished before -.tbeI clothes, the latter being only 0.),000 in

-morning and afternoon.At, both of leaving that they discovered how a basevillain cross-I eJ.d is',cast. the United States; 2000 women-and
these'classes I have ;]lately. had the op- had duped them.f I Wool comforters are lighter'and surely it is
At the Puy-de-Doine Observatory at very proper-get a living by
warmer than cotton
ones. How
iportnnity The 'morning'instruction often
of assisting. .
making
;'. from 9'tfll 1 in:Rue Moliere To- 'extinguish: fire ill the- claimney France, layS Rujinetring, some singular I.,I,'rose in the morning tired and unrefreshedwhen and 7000 confectionery 1400 make twine

;; 1s.ex IUli elt'deV'oied to:teachers'preparing ,. put.'SO. t. powdered: brim .effects of lightning discharge have i sleeping under cotton The census are engaged shows: in making corsets.

'1 for examinationsOn; the, day stone ,in the, fire and shut the, stoveall been noticed on the copper cups of a comforters, but not since I made woolonat. and that 217 make fireworks .

" I Robinson's anemometer mounted on explosives, 20 make gun
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:s. NEGRO CAMP-MEETING SONG. This indifferent.man was only thinkingof !| affairs differently. I in .
gone am a position J A Remarkable
:' dropped--- her his gains and losses. He had no possible which perhaps I should not have Salt Lake. t, How TO SAVE LIFE 'WHEN YOUR \
Sister Mary pride '
;f.: Oe Aa' all at once got sanctified, in girls who wash dishes Attained: .'if I had. gained. what I United States Marshal A. iL Morri CLOTHES ARE ON FIRE.-The first

An'when she fell down* for ter pray, and dusted rooms in her aunt's fine es coveted above all', -these at one .time.I son, of Albuquerque: N..- M.;*gives\ an thing to do when clothing catches fire
.:- ;She tuck up wings an flew away. tablishment.Shall is to lie flat and
interesting' accountof cover the flames .
C., Ob take off your coat as poor sinner man, I outgrew my bitter disappointment, a remarkable up if
An' pray,to:
!? ''Ole'Sister Mary, when she riz ,struck me, and how,deeply.I-becamr interested "Now I am in a very tranquil state south of Albuquerque, in New,Mexico, it: Getting into 'bed, between the

fShuok her leg at the rheumatiz.! in him, in those'days ? I can of mind ; and Mona, little friend, I have and about fifty miles from the Arizonaline blankets, and rolling up in them, would
:- An' flew way oberde turnip patch not describe him quite which be a sure way of putting out the
f-: On her way to lift heaoonly latch. as be appearedto I observed you, and aD.aware. you are was visited by him a coupleof fire ina
f;; Oh,giton d-groan, po' sinner man, me. I can tell you only of his sunny not happy. We will sympathize with weeks since"in company with General skirt or sleeve. The worst, the very

t.- An' make a move ter j ine de ban'. blonde hair.and his deep gray eyes, of each other, and in our mutual friend John A. Logan,.of Illinois, and General worst, thing to do is to run down stairs..

Ii Cle Brndder Ike was full of sin,' the well-built figure, standing perhaps ship dispel part of the gloom." Atkinson, Surveyor General of the Ter- Opening the door makes one draught,
jj' An' at de Lawd would stan' an' grin, five feet seven. ritory. The lake is located running down stairs another, and rushing .
His kind words .onthe top
i" so mildly spoken the
the debit grabbed him wid hook ,
1, But a I.cannot tell of a beautiful Apollo talland I of a volcanic mountain and out into the street, in the last frenzied
An' down below wid him he took. most gentle that it had been my good evidently
:, 'On,roll in de san'' sinful chile beyond all men fair ; but I can say i fortune to hear sin e"I was an'inmateof occupies an extinct crater. The lakeis moment, the worst of all. The impulse
An take from your soul de debit's bile. in to get out of doors is
truthfulness
pure that this calm perhaps three-fourths of mile very strange in all
; .... my aunt's house, went to my lonely a in
.. almost grave face fascinated and drew heart like soothing balm. I rallied, and diameter,and is so strongly impregnated such cases, because within the house
r' Lost and Found. me on with with salt that ,there are always means for
a powerful hold thick
i: which other soon we began to talk. The hours flew by a crust of pure putting out
--- fairer faces'had no power to do I felt rapidly. white salt of a spongy consistency like afire, and outside there are none. RugS,

t My Aunt Hester declared it to be an my,poor heart fluttering when his eyes "You and, I are beginning to know floating ice incrusts the margin. It is rag carpet torn off the kitchen floor, a

insufferable nuisance, living in the rested on me. I crept away. to chide each other, Mona," said my'new-found so plentiful that it is carried 'away by heavy overcoat,'blankets for the beds,
midst of mills and factories having for myself with renewed the wagon-load. It has even pieces bedside
vigor' in the friend at last. "We are going to be been long used carpet, put round
l' your nearest neighbors workmen andmill privacy of my own apartmnt. capital friends and-" by the Indians. The Marshal had sev- the person in the jtwinkling of an eye,

hands. Indeed, her august ,indig Thus I had grown familiar with him,' No more was said, for aunt and eral specimens with him, and took them while water pails and pitchers are thereto

nation knew no bounds when the manufactory and his daily appearance I began to cousin came in, and our evening together from his valise. The salt is white, of hand, ready to be emptied. In every

: of 'Mr. Shields was erected just watch for, and when he failed to come, was cut short. They were profuse the purest quality and destitute of sandor case let the person whose clothes cr hair

ontside her garden, on the ground ad- I often went to my room, and cried just in playful reproaches, and Mr. any foreign ingredient. The textureis has caught on fire throw berself'flat on .

f. joining. out of sheer loneliness. His presence Shields was scolded in a pretty way for porous, like congealed white foam: the floor and roll upon Ithe'flame.. If

The village was a village no longer, was a solace ; although he had never i not attending the party. He has one specimen, inclosing the stem there is anything in therooin of flick

but a town, spreading its borders over spoken to f me, yet I was sad and disconsolate He said,' "Well, you see, I was detained of some vegetable which can be handled woolen or carpets to smother- it, even a .

the hills to the _east and west, to the when he was absent. by important business until I fearedit like an apple by its stem. But the most gossamer water-proof cloak, snatch

north and south. And down in the One evening my aunt and cousins was too late; then I dropped in here, curious feature of this lake, he says, is these and smother the fire while calling

valley was the throbbing heart,teemingwithIts were going out. I was assisting them, thinking perhaps some of you were at a tall circular column, or monument- for help. If the fire has caught the

: busy people. It\tactories and when I chanced to drop Miss Geraldine's home. I found Miss Mona, and as she shaped formation,:which rose up near hair bury the head hi the bed-clothes.

mills were being erected in what had ivory fan and brok the tiny mirror was all alone, I thought I should be the centre: of the lake to the height of Fire cannot burnjwithout air, and by
been the suburbs of 100 feet, and which appeared to be shutting out all;air ;from the flames
once a village. She tapped me smartly on the ear, and, doing my duty with her. So I. stayed, composed "
My aunt, Hester Stuart, and her in bitter anger, said, "You. awkward and we have had quite a delightfultalk. of white lava thrown up by some they must go out. :But'anopen: door

daughters,Geraldine and Clotilde, were little fool I Now my fan is in a nice con- ." convulsion during some ancient'geological fans the flames and a.standing position

ladies of fashion, and all that the wordimplies dition I If you cannot.be more careful Aunt Hester made some reply, and period. The outside of, this singular -' gives them headway.'Girls are much

they were. Thfe greatest hereafter, you had better let things calculated to annihilate me. They all column sloped from the base toward I more liable, from their long', flowing

"catch" of the season, the newest, alone !I"Turning seemed to want to box my ears. So I the top, and was rough enough to enable hair, thetrjcotton aprons, and, altogether -

opera,and the styles were the sum totalof to her mamma, she said, just "folded my tent like an Aarb, and it to be ascended. thinner and loosely bouffant dress,to

their conversation.It "Mr. Shields always takes my fan if I as silently.stole away." The next morning On reaching the top of the cone the be set on fire than boys, whose stout

was conceded by all the household chance to lay it down, and now it's ut- I had my orders. I was given my interior was found to ,be hollow I, cloth jackets are notj'easily ignited.
that Miss Geraldine was the lady of the terly ruined by the carelessnesss of that dismissal tube, and at the bottom, there was The rules for putting out_ rein burning

house. Even her mamma called her thing !I" She looked daggers at I was soundly reprimanded for my, seen a circular pond of water with a clothing may not t be .taught in the

Miss Geraldine.' It was a high misdemeanor forwardness, and my aunt and ,cousins bright emerald green color in appearance normal school, but every teacher oughtto

to omit the important prefix. me.Aunt Hester, I thought, might have took turns in taunting me. Then I was probably to be attributed to the know them, and so thoroughly that

Miss Geraldine "always had the first given me some sympathy only spirited away in the nighttimeto sparse rays of light which penetratedthis even the fright of mounting flames will
aunt's farm far out in the huge tube, and were reflected from not drive them out of mind.Niagara .
and best of everything ; and Clotildewas turned and said, "Mona, hereafter try my
obliged to submit to her, some to be careful ; you have irritated Miss country, exiled, abandoned, driven the smooth, mirror-like surface of .the L .

times.in a,very humiliating manner. Geraldine considerably. Do not vex away. water. The party; with some difficulty Falls. -
*
I, the poor dependent orphan niece, yourself; I will get another fan for One evening I went to a neighbor's to descended interior of the this projecting sides of the

was chided by one and upbraided by you, dear child," she said to her book. The short winter bowl, and they found -
get a day was
r no incrustations of
another until between them all 2 salt on the surface Much has been written of the
m"lines" y daughter. wonders
in 'my A
closing on return.
wagonpassed like that on the outside ; but on thrusting of the Fall
were hard ones. I thought if *of Niagara. The following]
When they were I threw myself
gone, me. Its occupant, a man, was I the hand into the water and withdrawing
my aunt possessed such a thing as con from Charles ,T. Baker's "Literature oj
upon the sofa and gave vent to my pent- muffled up ; he looked at me as he at the hand
science, surely ,it would say to her, up sorrow. No reproaches however unjust passed; the ejaculation,."Mona I" came white from the cable out perfectly the Road" (Michigan Central) is:a
particles of salt that
"Sleep no more."- and harsh graphic paragraph of well,painted, and
no cutting reprimands, out in a very emphatic manner. I adhered to it. It
When Mr. Shields was building and I scornful looks could to was evidently a very richly grouped ideas
no cause me cry looked up ; it was Kenneth Shields. strong- brine. The Marshal said he
my aunt was unacquainted with his hi their presence ; I kept control over Hurriedly he jumped out. bathed in the water and experienced "The stupendous 'character of ,this

peraonal--history, this sooty manufactory my emotions, and wept only when "Mona, where are you going ? Is very pleasant effect from this one of, grand fall of waters is apparently

with its smoky.chimneys, was an alone. I cried and sobbed, and longedfor this where you have been all this time ? nature's baths. Some time sublime to allow of its being dealt with

eyesore to her fastidious taste. most any fate that would free me I made bold to inquire your whereabouts was spent, by the imagination of finite conception.
in a,study of this remarkable lake and
"It ought to be declared a nuisance A surging river to the brink
from this thraldom. Finally I must have but your aunt gave me very un- its mineral surroundings. The Marshal flowing of
this grimy old factory and these greasyworkmen fallen into an uneasy slumber. Thesense sttisfactory answers. You did steal also described desolate arid precipice, and then leaping with a

What a desirable view from that tells us some one is near awoke away in a dreadfully mysterious manner. of lava a plain roar and bound into the boiling, seething
composed one hundred miles in
,
-sitting-room window I It is outra- F JIm standing at my elbow you fled width situated cauldron of contending currents 'that
the
beyond Organ
gequs I"Thus me.Standing motionless, looking down into the vast unknown." mountains, called hiss and growl and splash ana foam in the *
so because the bas-
would my aunt comment uponMr. upon me in silent pity, was Mr. Shields. L could hardly speak for joy ; for the altic seeming abyss of smoking,angry waters.Lakesoffluidthrowninafewhonrsiro .
-like columns
rising as at
seen
< Shields' workshop. But very soon I hurriedly started up, muttering some ; light in.Kenneth's eyes was clearly that up a >n
distance resemble the of
:' it began to be generally known thatMr. kind of apology, and very much ashamed : of love. I no longer accused myself of pipes an organ. a frightful elevation. A refilling river
The
great plain beyond is about
Shields was a bachelor. Then she of my tear-stained and rumpled. vanity when I confessed with delight eighty discharging its volumes of unrestrainedforce
miles east of Las Cruzes. The is
I plain
began to cultivate his acquaintance and hair. I requested him to be seated, and that he really did think of me. into a belching reservoir that
entirely destitute_ of water which has to
to court his favor. He was rich. He he sat down, not on the ch air near him, Well, it is the old, old story. throws out in spray and steam as it
: would be such a capital husband for but beside me on the sofa. I was con The next day I bade adieu to the' be conveyed by those crossing this in were the offerings of the water gods of,
Miss dreary farm, and with my promisedhusband hospitable waste. But the ;remarkable e Niagara and casts off from
Geraldine. fused, and knew not what to do or say. crag and
Siege was laid !immediately, and if I suppose he had perception enough to started for the city, on reach thing about this desert is an immense jut, from rock and pebble, the Naids
to be dependedupon ing which we went to his sister's whereI stratum of gypsum or selenite, of a pure who would dance their bosom.
cunning diplomacy was notice my agitation. He was all calm upon, ,.
white color and when seen from distance
surrender. stayed till we were quietly married. a Neptune ne'er dared his trident
,surely the citadel must ness and ease. I wonder if it were possi wave
Then we took rail to my aunt's, and resembles a huge snow-drift. o'er such a wild scene of nature but
Mr. Shields was'reported' be perfectly 1 ble he could hear my foolish heartbeat This bed is several miles in' ,
impervious to the arts and wiles i and see the tremor of my lips, Kenneth { introduced me as "Mrs. I gypsum extent bends in homage to the Spirit of the
and is insufficient
Shields" to aunt and cousins. abundance to
and I tried to answer his Palls who controls the winds and waves,
when ques
:spread out.for him by mammas i
.
furnish for all
i a supply for
astounded and ashamed purposes
They were that
, "look-out seem to 'exhaust Nature in their
daughters who were on the I tions. which it is used to the habitable
and I confess that the sudden trans globe.
fierce and boisterous contentions.
'' trouble' .
so to speak. It was generally supposed "You are in to-night,
There other remarkable
formation from plain Mona Norton to are physical
waters." Mona?" Niagara has dealt out death to the im
thathe had been through"deep
')[rs. Kenneth Shields quite startled appearances in the region mentioned who have trusted to their
prudent
The gossip said that he had, when a I shall remember to my dying day the known to the pigmy
sweetness of these scarcely outside world. strength, and who dared their sad end
journeyman and 'poor loved a lady: inexpressible sympathising me.They
welcomed us in a tolerably hos It is a scene of wonders.
'. whose father would not consent to the tones. I thought, as I alwayshave and for form's sake 1 J in their fruitless endeavors stem the
pitable manner, we
torrent that led to the destruc- '
mighty
'since that it was the most musical
match until he could produce a stipulated ,
stayed to dinner ; still a latent spark of The Field of Science.
sum. voice I had heard in all my troubled, tive brink, and then with the force of a
resentment underneath the -
x He worked hard, and began to amass dreary life."You show of good-will.lingered Something for Reflection and thousand giants, in one effort, hurled

, a fortune. But the girl was fickle, and I were sobbing in your sleep whenI "Mona, dear," said my husbandwhen Profitable Study.A the victim to the shrinking depths be-
breathes about eighteen times
before he was ready had married an- came in; what was it ?Are you lonely we were alone, "were you resigned man low.Yet
other. This embittered, him. Now he I' V Aunt and,cousin are gone, aren't to your fate, and would you have madeno a minute, and uses 2000 cubic feet of Niagara is grand. There is a '

was wedded to his work. Business was they? Well, cheer up ; I will stay here effort to let,me know your place ,of air per hour.ALCOHOL. sublimity in this construction ,of Diety

. his idol; money his wife and children. until they return. Are they unkind to residence ? You did not intend to for FROM. ACORNS."-It is said i that no human: pen can 'delineate, 'no

He scarcely gave a second glance to any you?" get me ?" that alcohol equal to that made fromgrain finite mind can conceive, no'words:

woman. I could not tell an untruth now, with "J p.tperl. I did not ; and if you had can be produced from acorns. adequately express. It is beyond com

My aunt, and Miss Gei'aldlne"began the tear stains still on my cheeks ; so I not come to rescue me. I don't thinkI The acorns are freed from the shell and parison ; it is truly marvelous. The.

to lay their plans,.and the distant, re-. replied : "Miss Geraldine scolded m A could have gone on living. But I ground finely; then they are mashed visitor who gazes in awe at the spectacle

: -served Mr. Shields was often invited to because I dropped her fan and brokethe am happy now so let us forget the with malt and allowed to ferment. is impressed with a sense of God's.in- .

balls and dinners. Almost any afternoon mirror, and Aunt Hester past." Acorns contain about twenty per cent finitude, the wonders of his creation,

you could hear them laughing and: too." Altogether Too Fastidious. of starch, and eighteen per cent. of and feels that in seeing Niagara Falls

:: exchanging merry: sallies ,from the Here I completely broke down, and gluten. They,would be a valuable article !- he has had the satisfaction of :viewing

.. windows..' I" cried as if I was never going to stop. Scene at a table d'hote of the six of food if it were not for the tannic the greatest of all earthly objects within

t. As the _days went 'Ijff often'noticed .. He sat awhile in silence, and let me so bits teenth class, where dinner is served at acid (about three per cent.) which they the range of the spectacular. ..

'him looking intently Wme as I 'per- undisturbed ; then he said, laying 6 r. M. At 0.45 a guest takes his seat contain. Vast quantities which go to Exchange. ."

foi-med my' daily work. Sometimes, hand upon my head. "Don't give way and asks sor soup. The dregs in the waste every year, where hogs are not 1 .

,, when I was dusting' ''the sitting-room, to your grief; come, cheer up ; you arehurt tureen are given him. Arrived at the fed in the woods, might be gathered by -

: I would chance to look towards the by cross words and reproaches, butthere 1 cst spoonful he strikes something hard, boys, and converted into alcohol 'for VERMICELLI PUDDING.-Para thinly

.- mill and catch his glance. is sunshine after rain. Mona, and,discovers it to be a domino. Furious use in the arts thus freeing an equivalent 'off the yellow rind of',half a lemon ; .

' I often'wondered what he thought of night you and I are drawing very n to-I he calls the master of the establishm amount of grain for use as food. Cr: break, a,stick of cinnamon into bits.

( me, if be thought of me at all. Perhapshe to each other; I, too, have been,stung :nt. "See_here," cried the exasperated some young student of practical chemistry Boil these in a pinto. (mil);, sweeten to

:. was meditating lost in his by ingratitude. I have' sounded the: man, "isn't this disgusting ? I have might make a good thing for himsel- taste and strain through a sieve., Put a

i. only ;happened I bitter waters and by the ;perfidy just fished a two and three. with my and for the world by devising an e coquarter of a pound of vermicelli into the

1, speculations rest on me. ,'tortured and his eyes my.brain,to find toI,lof -one person ,I was sunk ,to the spoon." "Well,". replied the unabashedhost ; nomical process of separating the starch above mixture and let it boil ,for ten

t,' -a solution'to this enigma; asking myselfif depths of despair. But lam_ out of "I think you must be crazy. DidOU gluten and tannic acid, the latter for
Ii.- I vain enough to' that this slough,of despond, and am now far } expect the double-six at, histimeof technical uses and the other for food. them to the ,,mixture,,pour all .into- ;a
was suppose I "
r Kenneth: Shields was, thinking, of me. happierthan I -would have been had day,?" -.Scientific American.: dish and bake for_half an hour. :

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. Safest. Place to Buy s cA A A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT

Cheapest'Place'to Buy, .A tJ that will play any tune,and that anyone

i(1 even a child can .
operate.
'f ,
Best Place to Buy. L

'", The Organette has gained such a worM-UHle reputationS
r .4 that a lcn description of it is not accessary. It will
be suftaem to say that itsaPaxpEC'oxcu that play*
PIANOS & ORGANS.We'will 11/ 4 HucJtanuatjy the sacred airs popular music.Sony :ft .
1 dances etc.eta It consists of three.sUGn bcUuws and .-.; :;
set of reeds with KXTKEbMON box and SW ELL. A strip .
.r of perforated paper represents the tune and it is only .
save you money, give you the I necessary tu place the r::Kr tune in the instrUment.as
shown in the picture,and turn the handle which both op. .
very best instrument'made, please you in D + erates the bellows and propels the par tune. The pet- .:{:.
the selection, deal'with you fairly and 1 furauons in the paper allow the right rerUs to sound and
I the ,
rte a pcrfeIt.tunoas result ferftct lime.txecutt and
allow you privileges and accommodations fftct.. without the least Lnuvlertj of music,; being re*
will quired of the performer: even a little chip can operate it:
in the Union
house
which other
no
as is shown in the picture,tittle gul ii J> a song and
do. "-This we say; this we guarantee. w'Pe i*Qyt her playmates are singing the words. It is tuned in the keysusD.d .
best for the humaa yoieto sing by. It interests and entertains
The-place of all others, to buy superb instruments 'S both old and young assists in training the voice and MANUFACTURERS OF.
lowest is at ,' a AFFORDS HOURS OF SOCIAL AMUSEMENT. Tho Organetta IS
at possible figures, .
perfectly represented by the picture. It u aiaJcoftotiJiiac&vjtit.
.decorated in gilt and is both hindscme and ornamental. The
VII_ price of similar: instruments has hitherto been S3.and the demand has con.
Ludden & Bates' StanUy increased until now there are over 75,000 in use. We are encouragedto Axes Hatchets Picks
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.. price, will warrint the reduc
Eoi ;a50. row eOrgthatthesale similar in constnu:tionaanuwprornncntupoaOttwellknown ,

SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
(rgancae w hnhtellsfor$3 and'I.) It ,.
; contains the same'nwnJCr of
v reeds an>l plays the same
Savannah, Ga., and New Yorh. y tunes. Our ctfer is this: TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.
f : On ncelprof.?we will
and chain of Branch Houses. send the Orginnctta I'y express
ce:+a w tnanvaddruss.andinclude: FKBB. Also, FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf
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rQ' The price includes boxing and
to the
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by writing
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Meridian, irks Jacksonville, Flo. pa lung. That art a tnt'i '
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All under same management. Instruments AN ORCXESTKA IN &V8V HOME. ""t purchaser t.if be so from desire any AJdresi town out COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York.GUNS.

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Brought within the reach of, all by our s CBAJUIISO BOVKLTT to the children AND' CONSEQUENTLY THE nEST O? FACILITIES FOR MANUFACTURING AND _
LOW Prices: and EASY Terms. Nine ;4 of America and It is sale to assert fully TESTING FIREARM. WS HAVE :MADS ;

and Reliable Makers. Over COO efntinBttt.dIdevised f ty;
Leading
;; aware of its merit;;8 bAd thousands iot
different styles and ,:"prices No other O t Dolls ready for the Holiday trade OVER ONE MILLION MILITARY RIFLES
xtotwitnstuxilnfr trhteb the supply
House America offers such a magnificent ) 1 was exhausted early In IMcemoer.I
line first-class instruments. \ aiulhandredsofcbadreowbocamej
i to ba.DeeD oar store accumulating were disappointed.stocfc We for Which have been adopted and are in use la EVERY QUARTER OF THE GLO!:::.
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Chickering,Ludden & Bates Arlon, f Wac nine months and stall eo-
!& to fill all orders the day
Mathnshek and Hallett &:; Davis Pianos; I 'ot proved receipt. Tile every Dvll way hasbeenlmN sine laac REMINGTON SHOT GUNS ,j

7e.Il11Itead of me steal German body
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Mason & Hamlin,' 'p Orchestral. ; s aa1n an imported i ollA our 1X>U haS agkgraMfoUy !'.
: ARE NOTED FOR THE GOOD RESULTS OBTAINED: '
AM.RICAN p o8 BC0Y AT ALL RANGES. WZ REm i

"Palace, and Bay.State Organs., to any a that potWo.It i'in tlt!be agues arm;.aDd te / TO ANYBODY WHO HAS USED THEM. ;

of Finest Kid rich settelale>D&em-
ALL OX EASY rERMS. These are OOf1tively the tl ted bolita ever -'
pat ins Doll they are of graceinl and statue 1 m I OUR HUNTING AND TARGET'RIFLESHave
soap, and mach better and more expensively) =' !
The HOLIDAYS made than the best Imported bodies wM<*b they

'\. le ndfl with win long outwear hair m:1Ur Uw times.best French The \Vmxen and German I!ref taken HIGHEST AWARDS at International Expositions, am! PRINCIPAL PRIZES In 1
Will soon be here and it's high time to mate nado Aspadally tot this Don and they are abeantltiila Leading Matches.ARE e
be&Dt1tnleyes and A_ .
Iile.loi i hair deUgitrtytinted 1
think of selecting a present for your wife. chec'ts. W 8 consider them the finest Coll'3 Honda 115J .
sister sweetheart. ever Imported Into this countrY. and tbat wltbout the .j"
daughter or Nothingcan
Wonderful Slnfittr Attncbment tea pou.ALOSK RENINGTON
be better or more pleasure- ivin IS WELL\TOUTU TAE EMTIBK J-illCS. Tea SINGING :.; @\ I\1S ( 1
ATTACHMBXTHcoarwited within Uw bod 7.U la one of
than a Piano or on Organ. Write us, or the most Ingeiiloos inventions of tOO age. Its snape and O a

our nearest branch house, for illustrated a location Perfect ere Musical shown in tbe Instrument n nt hand,engraving.finely de.noc It is _.0 UNEQUALED FOR.

catalogues, pfice lists and circulars giving liable to get out ot orAer and so arranged that a slight ..
n'wiirv cause! the l>oU to sin*ono. of the following ie 'S: i
information valuable to intending *tfometveetiumet''1Otirrtfll7ilJ. e o' "1 twat to beau flueZ." J Strength, Simplicity, Durability, Range, Penetration,
purchasers, and.warning against humbug -'The new aaappu lOMf ?_....."- mad -. :' "B n.iA a .
Dec"BowcaulleavetheeT B cjs<>*o.- JAmt"CG "?'""fc.aPK5" (Oerman.Nl'roIttllof.
Dealers and Bogus Makers, who are now ec Q/t- (Oermanl "Te1l.411J11UIoda..JJllJliI' ftrww.rojiX*a" SRatCSttmaeer"SoylytOermtn ? ""flW Precision Ease of Action, and Rapidity i of Fire.

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and false statements. We ex- GenDaDh: ;va J a atereznendvsoaonn rmal GOd loll Jo not afford" lithe and IalJLtQa nlesin ean
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.cmujxnra TOTS EVXE rmoo;cm.and ttJO bit must Drattt/aI andspmwyrs1eprerc.t L'at can be made 10.eb1Jd. s E.
lars carefully. Address We eAD fumtah ee IIUeA No. 1 3a imcbr high price 8 Y.7 No.2.l/ardsahlgh,Iug b114 REMINGTON SONS
BJtiwSi Mo.S. mc1IeI IIlgb, oca BUT DOLL,'price 94.OO. ThMe ,
Ludden & Bates, Savannah: Ga.. ozJ n jTTSthree sises are eqaaUy ect aod complete. tlut tile larger the doll she prlceata
badSent to any address on receipt of price h.
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ONLY 520.r OEO at co.. _0.&'i HFo. OBa-ton sjtrect. Boston Ma...ru.S. .A..
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NOTICE OF INSOLVENCY. ].YO T ICE. JW SKND TOR ILUJSTK.XTSU CATALOGUE. i

In County (kurt.Brcvard Laud Office, Gainesville, Fla.\

Florida. County, NOTICE is hereby given Oct.that 2G 1SS3.the J foj-

*WHEREAS A. Adminis lowins named settler has filed notice of STORY & AM tP -.1
,Fanny Joyner, his intention to make final proof in sup-
tratrix of the Estate of J. W.J O\"llcr. deceased
port of his claim and that said proof will
late of Brevard county"Florida
,
be made before County Judge of Brevard
having filed in the'office of the County
Titusville.. Fla., on Monday. _
I county --4.
Judge ot said county a, written suggestion Idne'r. E
December 10. lSS3. viz: Gl'o. W.
of the insolvency of said estate: one of the heirs of Nancy Idncr. deceased

r Notice is hereby given to all persons Thomasville. Ga.,for the S E j of S.E. ,i ORGANS
.. having claims of any nature against the
Section 23. Township 2S S, Itauge 27 E.
said Estate file the authenticated -
to same. duly -
lIe names the following witnesses toprove
in the office of the _
Comity Judge
of, said before the 3d of 1,. his continuous residence upon and The Best and Most Popular
county on or day 1 Organs
cultivation of said land,vLc: 11. M. Black. .
March A. D/19S4 at which time there I I
: now manufactured'
'I I Asa Allen, ot Georgiana. Fla.. :iml .
will be a rata distribution of the Raid
pro .
Peter Wright and George Damon of Melbourne -
Estate among the several creditors enti-

tled thereto, and the said administratrix Fla.I.. A. BAIIXES. Register.; .FIRST-CUSS in Tone.FIRSrCLASSln .

discharged. 27 5w U. S. Land Office.AUIUVALS .
..PHILADEI.rHIASINGER Witness my name as County Judge; ofsaid Workmanship. ; .

county this 27th day of August A. & DEPARTURES OF MAILS. .
MACHINE FIRST-CLASS in Material. Jf :
D. 1SS3. J. A. McCcoUY From Enterprise Enterprise MondayVcJucs to Titusville.Lea"e anti M1Q y

EQUAL TO ANY SINGER ix TUI* MAUKET. County Judge. Friday at 5>>a. in. FIRST-CLASS in

The above cut represents the most popular Titusville; Flu.Sept. 6,1SS3 19 GUI.NOTICE. Arrive at Titusvlllo Monday wcanc day Everything. .
style for the people which we offer ami :Titusvlllc .
Leave Tuesday l MODERATE in
Thursday Price.
you for the very low price of $2(). lie- Saturday: at 5 a. m. tau il

member, we:do not ask you to pay until Laud Office at Gainesville, Fla.Novembers Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursday:
and Saturday at 9 WARRANTED for Five Years. = = -
you have seen the machine. After having 1SS3.} From p.m. __ _
DaytouatoTitudville. _
: =
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examined it if It is not all we represent, NOTICE is hereby: given that the fol : Leave Titusville, Mondays:, Wfdnesdaysand :. teed Organ of our manufacture: is not o.ily sas .
return it to usat our .expense. Consul! Fridays! at 5 a.in. give perfect satiatactlou warranted. for five years but; la
your interests and order at once, or SCIK lowing-named settler has filed notice ofhis .. Arrive at Daytona, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and moat complete in the world,and all every of o work "stOr cif l Arsrtyc2lsoa o *tho eoaran.laKjest
for circulars and testimonials. intention to make final proof in support and Saturdays at 9 1).m. a lull lino of the leading Piano, lend C:Ul fu Sh Sy We also Iwve
of his claim, and that said proof Leave Daytona, Mondays,Wednesdays,and style s6 the lowest ketpnc .
Address CHARLES A.Wood &'CO..
Fridays at 5
No.17 N. Tenth St., ,Philadelphia, Pa. will be made before A. A. Steart.. clerk Arrive at a.Titusville m. Tuesdays: Thursday, AGENTS WIMllmDWearod lrou9 of introducingonr Ors throngh.

March S, 45 GUI ... circuit court atTitusville,Fla.; on Wed and Saturdays at 9 p.in. aull.\lents % 'ecinllnducelnentaioDeatrrs
nesday'January 2, ISS-1, viz:: Charles L. From Titasville to Eau Gallic. handling our instruments. Exclusivo tcrmorTRivcnauJJf b then can make mODeJ'us
,all Leave Titusville Tuesday and 'Friday at for catalogued and protectjoasuarautecd.
dVikPktorMRW forBITTLE Stewart of Eau Gallic, Fla., Hd 4,014, 5 a.ar' information. Writo

C'W_. ( IietCid'ct: for: the:v E 4 of:N W :\ Sec. 5., Township Arrive at Eau Gallic,Tuesday and Fridayy REFERENCES: Any Bank in St.
D ectIar 5IW'nIf.u.S.K. AdisIL 27 S, Range 37 E. at 6 p.m.Leave. Louis or Chicus.o.ST'ORY .
J.Co 1''eo..6p, '''''' '''' Eau
Gallic Wednesday and Saturday
'. He names the following' witnesses to
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at 6 a.m.
FOR SALE !1A prove his continuous residence upon.and ,Arrive at Wednesday and Satur. ,& .,
cultivation of said laud, viz:,J ohlSiUi" day:at 7 p.m. ,CAMP

dairabiefoottage, house and lot in mons, Thomas Snell, John L. Casper,and

Titusvilk also Blacksmith, wheel wright John Houston,of Eau Gallic, Fla. UP! 203 NORTH FIFTH ST. *
1IIPIRSWfNTW(
and general repairing shop' at'Tittuville.tf 29 5w L. A. Barnes ., ST. LOUIS, ](0.

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:,.1 m plora.Pacet. "."No ,one-that .is Aunt 'Liz ,- -
Clara
.j : : felt the swim
.' building round Fashion Chat: There are. .several new shapes in,hats;,
i;.: Ilf THE CEMETERY,OF CERTOSA.. answered Clara, wondering.. before her, but by a strong effort she The Marguerite, with its point in front.

4 ,I beard the silver AngelUs :But"Ah 1" said Mr.,Johnson.: | ,controlled herself, and reached the entrance As the season advances, and the demand -I closely resembles a bonnet. A jockeycap

*'s Melt in,the calm of early night;' ? Herbert, you have not in,safety. Shutting .herself, for the new fabrics increases the. :. has.a plaited' crown, while other,

'''y ,While,Stood one in the star haze white amber and, tremulous.li bt. answered" me ; you treat me with con- ]her carriage,she waited patiently, much beauty and variety of design and coloring shapes, as a well as jockeys, have the .
tempt. ;
to: the astonishment of. her coachman, grows more and more apparent The the crowns gathered all over: For the
The The groves mined and arches vineyards on the on hill the plain.' "Oh no,my dear I", said, Mr.Johnson, an unusually stolid individual, 'quite spring materials are gradually yielding'! warm weather very: short, rich-

The river spanned with purple stain. quietly ; "not you.. Come, .love, you averse to adventures. Half an hour to'the summer ones, and teens .flowered ly braided outdoor; : jackets are;preparedtittinjT

Darkled in twilight'cool and still. are overcome by nervousness andgroundless afterwards he received the welcome or wafered, ginghams, either the figure closely The neWeSt .

I_,mood Where within old.FerraraVdead the cyprees gloom are laid. suspicions. I promise youI I. order to drive home. Clara has seen checked, 'I plain or with a broche lace shades'in ,plain cloths are some novel'

.many,a sculptured tomb,* will be more at home hereafter, and her husband emerge from the stage entrance pattern over them, llamas, with a smoke tones- and snuff browns.,

' Mosgroowoa and mouldering in the shade. give to my litle rosebud'of a wife that I I with Mademoiselle Vera. A printed cashmere pine design, a seriES -' The light bonnets, 'are' beginning to,

And there was one the eye might pass love which her angelic disposition so deadly pallor passed over her counte- of shaded discs or plain, and Scotch. show, white straws trimmed-with: black.
careless foot might tread ".
iiistiy
'A The crumbling tablet in the grass,upon.' *" deserves. nance, and she fainted; On arrivingat plaid zephyrs, are to be the popular velvet, edged ,with drooping," daisies, or

,:". With ,weeds ahd wild vines overrun., There was ,something in his quiet, home Clara proceeded to the (drawing;- favorites of.the season.A shaded forget-me-nots .are; popular..

;; ID the dim light I stooped to trace self-possessed,manner that set Clara's room. As she opened the door a.cry of red and blue plaid, both in. zephyr Also colored straw, with .full;'velvet:

., Tbe lines the time-worn marble bore. tortured mind completely at ease. astonishment burst from her lips.Dar.Johnsonwasseatedinaneasy. and gingham, will be particularly fash- binding and strings, and an aigrette,on.
} Of reverent praise or prayer for Kface-
She kissed her husband and
;:. '.IMELORA PACE 1"-nothing more fervently, chair, ionable ; and also cream or pale blue 'one side. ,A cream ottoman,; silk of
said, "Forgive me for doubting you, eading. He looked sateen studded with brown wafers the
t. lime fame, and rank if any were. up goodhumoredly ; terry velvet, would have humming birdsin "
since vanished from the stone,' Herbert. It was my love caused my and said "Turn about is fair crushed strawberry color reigns
.
;: : Bad long play;. supremeat a cluster of marabouts on ,one, side, .
jLMmg; "Peace the I implore meek pathetic and this prayer.alone fear." where has my pet wife been'?" present, and will probably continue for fete bonnet. Green c enille- bon.

1 "There nothing to be forgiven my Clara sat down wearily. to do so during the. summer and autumn !I nets, with ottoman sick strings, and a.

A Wife Mistake. sweet wife. Heaven bless and keep you "Herbert, you can deceive me no as it is both becoming and I single rose, :with ,leaves, and ,buds, are-

always longer. I was at the theatre tonight.I pretty. 'new';, also. terra-cotta ,straw trimmed

I': Everyone said that Clara, Johnson Clara's eyes filled with tears, and tbe saw you, and know, all." Among the novelties is an ottoman in with the shawl' lace" shot with gold> ,' and .

was foolishly fond of her husband. Anature I recencilation was complete.A "I was not at the theatre 'to-night. striped nun's veiling, in beautiful col-' darker.velvet. .

f;' ., as free from suspicion as hers few days after this, Clara was at Clara, I do not like aunt. Liza. ; she has ors,. with alternate three inch stripes of ,At present the bonnets .are small,,

'. proved an uncorrupted and incorruptible her favorite window, gazing out with I been here.again." ottoman silk and nun's cloth. This is younger,l ladies wearing those, with the

:. heart. rare pleasure at the handsome equipages I "Herbert, am I mad? I saw you to be made up 'with plain nun's.veiling, sloping! crowns, called "skulls?' and

It was her custom in her long winter which dashed past. It was a splendid and-and that woman!" I and will form a stylish costume. ThereIs elder'ones those with flat crowns and'

evenings, when her husband, deeply engaged winter day, and ,there was snow on the Mr. Johnson advanced, and took his I also Drap de Cannes, which is a'closer raised brims:' Gold trimming 'is most

in his business affairs,.was absent, ground. Since the night of Aunt Liza's wife's hand in his. kind of nun's cloth, and a pretty Monte popular, and so are the new' shapes-

;. :to prepare for his return a delicious,lit visit Clara hd been supremely happy ; "My pet wife," he said, quietly "the Carlo plaid, in the fashionable shades covered in gold or iridescent

',tle supper, and then, quietly ,awaiting her husband had spent his evenings person you saw to-night at the theatreis shot with lines of gold silk, wonderfullylight tinsel. .
' regular1; In her company, and had: once and cool.Checked I r .
" :bIo return, dream over his last words of my twin brother. Years ago he' was

Jove; for Clara was, a foolish little even taken taken,her,to the very theatre obliged to leave the country on account Surahs, in small squares The .Dispensary.

blonde, and certainly loved well, if not spoken of by her aunt. of his participation in a mad escapade. within a large one, checked and breche CHANGE OF LOCATION 'RIlE LTIL-
True, ,she had noticed the lovely taffetas, broche cachmerines, and chine
wisely. Notwithstanding a long career of profligacy -Change of location for :,invalids is an
Mademoiselle Vera, and had imaginedher I loved ottoman silk are among, the other, attractive element
One evening she was surprised by a this erring brother of important curative of itself;

visit from a_ maiden 'aunt, who was attentions were rather plainly ad- mine, I accumulated money by addi- novelties. The broche, mixed without 'reference to change, of cli

noted for gossip, and had heretofore been dressed to her husband; but she had determined tional labor without impairing that for- with the minute checked shot taffetas, mate. As a rule persons who have contracted

. 'T ery sparing of her visits to this house to banish suspicion for ever. tune which, in the event of my demise, is much worn by 'young ladies for visiting diseases while1 residing near

',' of wedded bliss. Alas I what untold It was an easy task, for frankness was of right belongs to you. ;I have finally' costumes, and';the. shades. are exces- the sea.receive the.most' marked benefit '.

'. 9 miseries have resulted from the venom one of the chief virtues in her lovely paid his debts, and summoned him backto sively pretty._ The kilting or plaiting by changing their residence to i 10- .

, % of the human tongue. Clara's aunt on character.. Absorbed in her pleasant his native land. He has improvedbut the front of the skirt is tucked, or orna- cation "inland," and beyond the" lunu-

dismal I reverie, she had not noticed the approach little I am to but his mented with three or four rows of nar- of the salt air the
occasion looked
..' this portentiously sorry say, ence ; on contrary,people -
and after a commonplace re- of a maid, who handed her a destiny is in his own hands, and he can row velvet,and the bodice and draperiesare who reside inland, when health fails,

: marks she launched at once into the I letter. A vague presentiment of evil make or mar it as he chooses. And of the broche. are benefited by changing their residenceto

x, subject matter of her discourse. -came"over her as she opened it. now, my dear, are you satisfied?" There is a new washing Canton crepe, some point near the sea. This Is.

: "My dear," said she "I suppose you I It was from Aunt Liza, and ran as I "Oh, Herbert, darling!-can you for- in cream, crushed'strawberry, and a most marked in diseases of the throat
f'," follows:- few other colors which is, likely to be
are totally'unaware of what is going on I give me, wretch that I have been ?" and in less degree in diseases of the
"MY DEAR NIECE : I regret exceedingly -i in request for dresses. It resembles -
summer
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; in the theatrical world ? You have not "On chest. But then in almost all diseasesi
I condition Clara
one said Mr.
the I placed in the finest Turkish toweling .
position am or
t heard: of the extraordinary beauty of benefit is derived from a change of
Johnson
but feel bound under the circumstances : smiling ; "that you will never China with a crinkled
I coarser crepe, location whether it be
Mademoiselle Vera, the leading star at listen to Aunt Liza again." a point more or
; to husband's duplicity. I surface. Ottoman shot sateen in pale
r the theatre?" expose your less salubrious, than the place of departure -,
f "Aunt, you know my husband's timeis saw him unobserved, this forenoon, terra cotta, gray, and other colors, is Now we believe that climatic
conversing in the lobby of the theatre also"new the ground being composed
love the changes have, ordinarily little to
is so occupied. I dearly Statistical. ., very
with Mademoiselle Vera I overheard of close narrow stripes imitating the
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theatre, but I love him better, and I do with it, and that the improved con-
j cant enjoy myself when he is toiling enough to convince me that he is goingto OUE readers will bear in mind, we repped ottoman surface. dition is almost wholly due tojpleasur.7;

t. forme." attend the performance to-night. have on repeated occasions spoken of There is.a new shade of pink mauve able emotions excitedii1 the mind by .-
;;
r is cruelly deceiving you, and I which is beginning to make'its way,
i "But did youneverthink it strange He the coming crops with more than hope- the new scenes and.incidentswhichinh.
strongly advise you to unmask his vil- fulness. The has been gathered called "Palestine," and also a rich bUr- ., !
r said Aunt Liza, "that Mr. Johnson, grass terest it and keep it occupied; This
:
who is immensely rich, should be lainly and separate from him. Affec- to a large extent and has turned out I nished coppery gold called "Congo.. fact Is an illustration of'the power ot; \

i. forced to work so hard ? Why,'another tionately yours, welL The wheat is almost ready for The electric blue, though pronounced the mind over the body. We see this -v|
AUNT LIZA." the sickel and is safe all to have had its day, still continues to *"
beyond ordinary 'di p1ayed. h evel'1l'
L woman, would be mad with suspicion. I power. ? .act; of our <
i "Oh, Aunt Liza I" said the sensitive Clara crushed the letter in her hand, contingencies, and will agreeably,disappoint be a favorite, and appears in brocades. lives. What is.Called" "moral' ;,,force?" is. .
and sat there looking at the fastfallingsnow 'all, except chronic croakers, determined f nun's veilings, satins and velvet. '*
would
x girl, as her eyes filled with tears, "I supreme, properlydirected'it -
it was growing darker and he A beautiful design in plush brocadeon
not to be pleased. ills
could not suspect the husband I have : eliminate more'ttjan'half the of'life. '
married and loved." would soon be here. And then ? Would The June report of the Agricultural satin, consists of a large ripe straw- But let the mind 'become chained to ian
v' she show him the letter and demand an Department indicates a deficiency of berry in cut plush on a gray satin idea '
and skill
and all/the of medicalmen
\, "Well, there are women women, ;
explanation ? No. It would be met winter wheat as compared with June, ground. is often powerless ....
f' and you are one of the most trusting ,against yit a r ;.
by equivocal ; he was a master in 1882 of 93,702,328 bushels but the Manyexquisite trimmings in the new .
says Let a patient be thoroughly
L_ little dears I ever met. I trust you'will ;convineaU. .' ....
the art of deception; but that night increase of spring wheat is near ten shawl designs, some being on brown net 'fatal .
vIctimof
that he is the
k ,never have any cause to repent.of your a 'diseas@, .. ,
it forever. As she thought in various widths others and
would end million bushels. on cream '
fidelity" and if in due time he is not convinced:ito
this she felt a dull pain at her heart- The-N. Y. Tribune thinks there ecru net
,
r; (Clara sat by the window at her house was a the contrary, he may bring the .disease ,-- '
and the evening deeper. Why, The new bege or ecru batiste embroideries .
grew surplus of the crop of 1882 left over
A in Windsor; gazing at the star-embossed 'upon himself or die from:,fears ,
heaven with feeling of uneasi- little wife, are you sitting alone in the equaling, after all deductions for seed- are likely. to be worn on both that-to late-have proved groimdless. .

r; new which, a she vague found impossible to gloaming ?" It was Herbert's cheery ing, etc., 207,000,000 bushels, so that evening,and fete dresses, mixed With "We would not discourage the uae-of f .

5 reason, There have been cases voice; he had-entered unperceived. we will actually have over 100,000,000 lace,and made up with the new French medicines where their employment forar
away. u Herbert !" the tone was forced batiste. Also bege- silk Spanish lace fI
bushels surplus at the end of the present ailments .
wives that cannot well be defined
were
' where faithful ,
loving and ,
out to- silk I Iud
and hollow-"are you going harvest. cream lace, and embroideries in
i.. deceived by those whom they cherished which: affect both-mind and body. :
?". colors shot with threads of gold. In I
night The export demand will probably be ,
t as the incarnation of goodness. The; remedy is change., Go I no matter ..
withY "Why, yes, my dear-I might have less than last year and prices conse- satin brocades there is one grand designto
, She, had read many a novel, where. Do 1 no matter what, so ..long
this morning. I have an important be used for trains or the panels of a .
told
seemed you quently rule lower the European
: tearful eyes, wherein those who crops as it is worthy. In our opinion, the
engagement. It 'will not belong promising better than was costume, consisting of grouped holly-
vile. anticipated."With
j best and noblest proved base and great mass'of semi-invalids simply:need. j
of now, pet wife !I" the exception of the depressediron hocks in fancy colors.
r .She knew, in her short experience a thorough shaking :up. Give the 4
What did he mean ? He could not trade the whole business outlook "The Brighton" has the ..
influences cape caughtup
3. life that men were, lured away by Immortal Mind something better aid .
,J'' that they strived in vain to see the weird beauty of that deadly paleface appears promising. Fears of panic are beneath a rosette at the back, while nobler to do than to be constantly' .:

1. resist All these thoughts came;to her, as sheNbade him farewell. It wa.sgala certainly groundless. In business, as in another example, the Hastings, has a occupied with troubles that are imagin- I
a night at the theatre. The belle: other sleeve piece which comes from the side
expected
t; and with them a firm resolve to question things, things rarely ary. .,
r her hustard that very evening. The nt of Mademoiselle Vera, the fame of happen. The fear of them generally at the back, and forms both cape and

! hours centuries whose beauty and talent was whiskered, puts us on our guard, and thus prevent sleeve in front. The firm have introduced THE DETECTION OF SEWER GASES,
seeming
to passed away, thus had drawn a crowded audience ; and their happening. a novelty for these loose caped cloaks, -The Medical ,Times and Gazcete
the wife who was
poor young dream' of boxes, orchestra and gallery presentedan .. v z., a half sleeve, fastened to the arm- says that Mr., Macleod, the sanitary '
frudf1ly: : awakened from her
animated scene. There was one hole with straps buttoned on and off. officer of Glasgow, has suggested g very- -
,
: bliss by the oft woman'stongue. Just Like a French Maid. '"
venom and : ,
.' At last the ,clock struck" eleven, there, however,whose heart was aching With all caged cloaks,after,the,style of simple accurate drain test ,The.smoke ; '
l.. Clara as on the with pain. A lady, who had sent abroad for a the Inverness a large armhole is necces-' of ignited cotton, .waste- is.:'.blowii-:

heard the welcome'her step husband's Yes, Mademoiselle Vera was beauti- French maid, and*who was about to sary, too large for a sleeve, but in this by a machine into the whole drainage' ,
footpath in
: and was soon : and there was no mistaking the for to system of a building,. and, by issuing-- ;
doubt and sus: ful ; start Europe, spend the summer way the difficulty is got over, and the ,
! arms. For instant
aa admiration with which she was and who had from the mischievous holes and crannies. :'
u into that fervent there, just secured a ticket comfort and.'warmth of a sleeve se-
pense were at an end. Gazing love ink regarded by all, but more especially by I for the French maid, was astonished by i cured. "disclose the position, of leakage.with 1
noble and, I
face, reading truth seemed impossible -' the solitary occupant of one of the boxes; the following remark from the French description of a few of the new perfect accuracy." When I ncy. smoke :1.w
? those proud black eyes,"it: Clara recognized as her appears it may be concluded with Perfect ::
' "" harbor and this person maid: dresses will illustrate the fashions. A '.
1' that such 'a ,one could husband. How changed.he' looked 1 "I don't think I had better go with plain brown cloth bodice, pointed in confidence,that the pipage t:, .

:. Deceit Mr. or crest miser' consumed;. his supper The contamination of that woman's you and put you to the expense of pay- front and having large basque at the ed with the sewer is ,sound and safe.. f i
V Johnson
c t 1': vith great relish. .He was satisfied with presence seemed to infect him with ing my passage across the ocean and back, with ,the check material betweenthe This defect detective is an improver,
; unnatural brilliancy back because I should have to leave skirt ment on the ether-vapor system which .. -
the loving of his 'wife, and spoke fever ; there was an plaits ; a brown and deep kilt-
: but little gaze but astonishment was in in his splendid eyes, notwith- I you when you return, for I am Ube ed flounce ; a check tunic pointed in has been proposed for tie same* pur'j. : 1

'-b* store for him.' standing which' his face looked worn married in October." front, and bunched up at the back. Ona ose. '-I J!
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i'" "Herbert." said Clara suddenly' : and haggartL He was never so at French maid paused ; lady too much red and blue check dress with draperyis A pretty beading for the top of a* s i

ff nervously'twining her hands, "what is home. The curtain fell at last, and astonished to reply. French maid continued a bodice with a long all-round basquethe muslin curtain is made by hemming ."\h' ,
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this business that detains you in the eve- tumultuous applause.brought Mademoi- : i tunic fastened to it at the,, back each edge of a strip of muslin and gatb-. :>,;< J
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t' it. She was greeted "My intended and I were talking it and sides and falling on to a' kilted .
ring? Oh, ,do tell me 1 Let there be selle Vera before ,ring it in two places so that there shall t ..
",1<, no more secrets between us, or I shall .with' flowers' and cheers, which 'were over last night, and he said, 'I've got skirt, the bodice totally untrimmed. A, be a puff in the centre and ruffle on x'' 't,;,.;.

'li. die.: ", treated by the pampered beauty with the house and everything ready, andwhy brown and:white check is made after each edse ,._.,. )',

i b Mr., Johnson pushed his, plate proud indifference,that last a bOuquetmore not-be married at once ?" And I the Highland garb a series of double- .. r -1 '. .'.{"" .

'from him .and regarded her atten- elegant than the rest fell at her said, "All ':right" Sol. don't think I pointed tabs round .a. _iw plaited There were.three women in Somme :t .

' Lively. *. feet She gave a'glance at, one of the possibly can go with you, now." Ldy skirt, having a wide box plaitin set, Ky., one ,day last.week-who are the-'.' "If

p "My. darling," be 'asked, simply, boxes, kissed her hand to the ,occupantand dumfounded. 'French maid retires. front, the tunics only at. the mothers fifty children, nineteen, ,:sev* -. t1

m,:$ "who-haabeen here. ?,'> withdrew.. Lady goes without F. m. sides.. enteen and fourteen respectively .:1.',. ".
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w*" -*, ., ,:, '' :- -, NEW ADyEETISEMENTS.. MISCELLANEOUS. .' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. .. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.

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-We learn th Captain TJ.'%. 'Land' :.,,Reception:and Opening 1 Hack;&:Freight Line J/ : & CO.,

has told the steamer, "Fox-for$3,50G., ,;," ;. :
\ U Jt: 5GOTTAGEKESTAMA
-j McCrory left yesterday"morning OP THE Titusville and Salt Lake.
BEAD :
THIS
r FANCY
for B ckledge'in the interest of' ,his 'rail STAPLE AND GROCERIES .-
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I T ,J@-A regular line of conveyances, for

... __. Confectioneries,
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road.The .1"' ; the transportation of freight and passengers
newjutfranged schedule of the ANDREADING Special Opporfrunity -
r *% between places,
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steamer:.Ai>rnliii, .'' this-week for .1. c

the-winter' ,flOMpn.' ..' ? .... **. ROOM, !. .. 4 safety and dislw, tcb.I CIGARS.a, ;' ;'.

-Capi' 'Joe} Smith; ;was' in town LasThursday t FOR LADIES AND GENTS, ON : Connects with all steamers running to CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,.

af ternoQn. ThexSxAB office, received SALT LAKE.
; = Thursday, "THANKSGIVING" We have placed upon our Co un te r3 a line of 'L AMPS& FIXTURES,
a short call from im. .
.. For rates enquire of i

-The'Coauxp! ,!, n eN.met last November 29,'1883, From 7 to 10' P. M. DISHES AND GLASSWARE, 24tf E.H. RICE, PROPRIETOR. WOODEN & TINWARE.- ;
Saturday and granted a permit to Messrs. ALSOHOUSEHOLD = .

Hodges'&'Yott,to secure+ a liquor: license. General Invitation. GOODS, SPORTSMEN'S R. C. SCRIUIGEOUR EMPORIUM, Meal, Corn: ." I..

:-Bemember.that:4Norwood's Hack 'Open for Business, December First. & USEFUL NOVELTIES, TO BE SOLD Naturalist and Taxidermist.

I4tac win cany you trf-weekly;to Enter- Haringqot fairly settled In my new store,'
prise, connecting with the St Johns Hi v- G. W MACKENZIE, CHEAP.In cornel Main street and Washington avenue,, Hay, ;-: j
I will be pleased to show customers the fol
order to make for the arrival of
er. steamen*for JacfaoBville.: 'Fare to room lowing lines of goods:

Enterprise.$4.fx';% ljr iS&nford Tax-Collector's Notice of Visits. HOLIDAY: GOODS.We' BIRDS mounted in great variety. Oats, Etc.'- 0.' .. I

-The atat ec: CiadeeeIia;: twill leave'' will be at the following places for the cordialri*invite an inspection Sporting goods of every kind for the men that '4
purpose of collecting the tax for the ofTHE shoot and Oil stores ,')
'and EiWrpiiie'S: every Monday fish. a specialty. also agents for ,i
1883 viz
year. : Paints, Oils, Brushes, Hardware, TableWare
and Thiuradayt'at S p/mu Idr Salt"Lake: BARGAINSToo .
: Cake : Bastmlle,Monday, .. ....Nov. 5, 1883.. Razors, Pocket Knives etc. Jacob Reeds' Sons, '
and returning will leave Salt'; : every Lake View, Wednesday, ...." 7, ( numerous to mention in this space,) :.
Tuesday,and,Friday'at'9 a!m. Ft Drum, Friday,.......... 9, cc, And are confident that tbeLOW A choice line of Staple & Fancy Groceries. CLOTHIERS, \ .t j

-We return our thanks' to'Cap T. F. Crab Grass, Monday,........" 12, I. ORANGE WINE, Home manufacture, '* *
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laGrange, Monday, :... ...." 19, PRICESPlainly Vintage 1882,perfectly pure and of exquisite Samples to be seen at store.NOTIONS |
forabtuhel'piourfine Indian Biv-
: Bell, Titusville .. ....." bouquet. Nic Nacs ana Curiosities in great .-Wlvw 1
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: ,Tuesday, 20, marked an the Goods will insure variety. As of old what you can't find in the 'j
er oysters 'The, Caplain t had aargeboatload Haulover, Wednesday,......," 21, other stores,call on It.C. S. and you will be ; /., 1
of oysters whiai1 readily' dis Burnham's, Friday,,,........" 23, ". QUICK S LES. sure to get suited. 9yl ..

-.1'ofat-tbi place! last trees.Several City Point; Monday, ......." 26, This is a CHANCE seldom OFFERED, DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS, A j jGents'
Carter'sTuesday: .......-..." 27, A.. L. HATCH,
peopllhage"complained. : to EauGallie, Thursday 29, ;and.a visit to our Store will convince you Clothing & Foniislii Goods.t '.

us of.the oonditiozof,the\.p'lant-walk' on Barkers Bluff Saturday, ..Dec. 1, of the FACT. DEALER IN March 1st 44 tf, i, ,

.. Washington Ayenue, -near' Main' street, Ft. Pierce, 3londay,..... ...." 3, Respectfully, GROCERIES .
,
ti. his SECOND ROUND. .J. M. Dixon :: 1
matter
Our citizens should see '
G. W. MACKENZIE ,
'; Bassville, :Monday, .. .. ..Dec. 10, !PROVISIONS
attended. toialmediiitelp i :. ..: -t....... : ,- Lake View, Wednesday,. ..." 12, Titusville, Fla. TITUSVILLE, : : FLORIDA." 's ,
is Fort Drum ........" 14 GOODS '*
r -It reported that.Mr.;M S.Morgan, Friday, ,' DRY Dealer in

who' visa ted.thjU section,,a.few.:days ,-agobas LaGrange CrabGrass, ,,Monday Monday,,..,............"" 24 17,, "" Hardware and General Herclanilse. Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, t',*

done to;TalUnaqRee: to make arrangements Titusville" ...... 25- "
Tuesday
C. J. HECTOR CITY POINT. FLORID Fancy and Toilet Articles. .. .; .,,.., *
,for.tl-ooreuoemcut of.the railroad Haulover, Wednesday,......" 26, I March S. .&WId ?
froIDlynterpriaatR: this,place* Burnham's Friday, ...'.. ...." ,28, *" I Per mdry, Dye-sMs, Paints Oils -;,- V- j
City Point, Monday ......." 31 S,J.HO1HJES, OTTO H. VOSS, ,
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The Pioneer Machine Worksat. .CoyingtonOLjmanafaotu Ulencov Fla.! Fla. Varnishes&brushes&almost J'v*
Carter's, Wednesday: ,.... .Jan. 2, 1884 Hardware and Titusville everything ". ;;
Btlie' Best SawMills Eau.Gallia, Friday, .. ......" 4', TITUS HOUSE, i kept by a first-class Drug Honse.f -.';
medicine 1
Any drug, or instrument .
. in America'juid pay,a:special premium Barker's Bluft>; Monday, ... ." .7, Titusville, Indian River, Florida. needed by customers- |:

,or'discount,1 the.first: one. sold Fort Pierce, Wednesday,...." 9, '. General > '"The above is strictly a First-Class and not on hand, will be ordered. ; i
Produce
in each county..;;!Jilxia-is a"fine opportunity D. W. McQuAIG, Hotel, pleasantly situated on Indian Prescriptions carefully compounded :* j

for: some,; progressive\.man in this Tax Collector, ,.Brevard County, Fla. River, 250 miles South of Jack- night or day with accuracy and dispatch i "* :< :
Titusville .
Oct. .25,1SS3.SANDIFORD MERCHANT
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ville Florida.To ,
by competent :
persons. Iy36
county to get a Saw Mill very cheap.. "

Mr. J.,M.. Feaster,'LaGrange will & ENGLISH. Melbourne, Florida. the Sportsman, Pleasure Seeker an J NEWSPAPERSubscrlptIoq "I......
Invalid this House attractions .
presents
:
November lOlh 18SO.
ft 47
please receive-our,thanks for the presentof ,,"
nowhere else to be found in the South. .
some-of-the genuineSicily, lemons. NEW CASH STORE, Agency. ..:
N'ORWOOD'SY Excellent hunting and fishing in the immediate
This exce1le variety,is possessed by but '"We are receiving by every boat NeiGoods vicinity. Pleasure boats The undersigned having opened a .

':very few of'oiu fruit growers,and it can which we are selling at Rock Bottom Fast Hack Line forTouristsalwaysinat- NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION! AGENcY ;
for CASH. :
recommended d for possessing all the prices tendance.The '.a

,desirable qualities that could; be wished We believe in the old adage: : "Short. -- manager forts of a assures home at his moderate Guests all rates.the. com Will be pleased to receive subscriptions "' t'1to

for in a lemon. settlements make long friends' but Cash any '"
The and Most OPEN ALL THE YEAR
5 Cheapest DirectI ROUND. ,
trades make friends. '
-Bead the.displayed notice of the Ee- longer OTTO M. TOSS. Proprietor. Periodical or Newspaper published.. ::
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ception and_Openuig'ofth"e ResCome and see for yourselves. I ROUTE October 25. 26 tf. -o- ...
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taurant,' Mr., by"Mackenzie G.'W'Mickeniae'bis his,new this i evening SANDIFORD & ENGLISH. : To TltuHvllle and Indian River. .Opened for the Season. Save time, trouble and expense by applying :' .'

ters vefyrleatl 1."" arranged and "dis p 1a narNovember 29. tf' 20 C:1P.'ING'T13E ,.U. ,S..:MAIL.THREE I@"A man who is interested in his own to CHAS. H. NAIDLfLX, .

and we feloafldentthat.. bur ''people welfare will be pleased to know that I Subscription Agent, fjj

wiUbepleiaedni' 'being. .- present :at his. Tropical House, trips weekly between the ST. ANDREW GIBSON Haulover P. P., Brevard county, Fla.
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opening' reception. -aROCKLEDGE- JOHNS and INDIAN RIVERS. Keeps the finest oysters to be found in THE SLOOP "AGNES

Mr. a Twitcheli oen'tly'arrived from Leaves Enterprise EVERY :Monday, Wednesday Titusville, S 55'

.Florida, after an absence!>(,ten years, is and'Friday Morning, arriving at AND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS. commanded by
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in the citY:, :'Tears ''ago re'< he:made.his fortune Indian River Florida.Owner .. Titusville the SAME day. -O-, CAFTAIN: JOHN McLEAX, i

merchandizing. .. here and retired.toplantation' a' i Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. Makes regular trips on Indian Puver.,.
: ''Indfiuf:'"%er; Florida" S' RYDER, ReturningLeaves
ptf, ; flakci Bread always on hand. SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OFGroceriesDrJ'Goods -
where he has lived since,away from the and Proprietor. Titusville EVERY Tuesday Thursday

busy .ori .* einibitarspecimens i of -0-- and Saturday morning, arriving at Also a first-class Barber shop attached. :,

Indian'Biver' oraiiges.Iemonsiurd;. 'Jesuitlimes This House is centrally located at Rock- Enterprise In the evening.-Address nil Olllrj Canned Goods. ,

of tb,61'fineat'quaTity:; 1"on >his lpace'Rhic in the far-famed Indian River region W. S. Norwood, Gill 'j vii Hats, Boots and Shoes, '
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% 'o' hiin" a'sort rr *t;of' paradise. of,Florida and possesses all the advantages TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. =o pu.Lr6: YOUlLlDOneDwicb&1l.Yodr.AS G&eCel1All1&y. !:I1ber. ,Ladies' Shoes in great variety; Prints all .= ,_
Mr.TWitCh inhere pn: a visit: to ,his of Climate, Health and Pleasure new patterns at low prices. ,

daughters! X O1k11antin and his of this newly developed region of Florida. PRITCHARD MAY, CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST, Reaiy-maie "
Clothing Toilet Articles
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Mr; li'CX:: TwitchelL .- '
; New Orleans
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son Salt Water
.@iIf .;t: .. ,,' ', '. BoatingFisluug'Oyster OFFER FOR SALE : As Good as the Best: NOTIONS. ."
.: : ,''\ Hunting, Rocky Shore, Superb Scenery, ,
1f "' -" ...--.. 'e Business, Residence Lots,, If you are in want of anything in the For the cash only ft
"' Hotel'Arrivals. together with the finest Oranges,Bananas, March 15.46 6m. '
Pineapples: and Guavas, are some of the and in Tinware line call on -
the endingTuesday Dwellings
For : week No v. '
PIONEER
to be found in this favored COOPERAGE._ "
20th, '1883." advantages F. C. Allen -
s 'LUXD:"HOUSE.BenjMurphyJ I locality. TITTJSVTL3LE.Also Syrup Barrels $2.50. 1.

Wahith, Kansas ; Georgiana, : : Florida.If '
B Riverswlfe and child, S .B Blithe RATES, $2.50 PER DAY. Unimproved Lots In ----o- Gauged to order, ten cents extra.h

and wife,,'Fannie'J, Dave'H,'and Ida F :Arrangement made by,the Week or MontMai. h' C. O. B. .
Blithen, Canton,Mass: L J Jackson wand l' November Sth 1383. 28 6m Indian River City. what you want i is not in stock be'
child,Frank Daniels, Dedham will'wake.it for you before you leave. Honey Barrels, and Oval Water ,:;

E B Bedfie\d and wife, Philadelphia, Fa IEirHave a large list of A stock of first-class .
Established ware always
E H HWocbfJ8t, Conn. If 0 Bur ham, I O 1878. hand. Repairing done on short.noti on. Breakers' j ;\t)-, "
A Quarterman Banana River Fla. M ce From : : 2.00 -. -
Orange Groves November 1st 18s3. 6m : : Up. -
27
Jones Mr Thomas Fla. ,
LaGrange, Tanks '
Simmons,Indian River,, Fla. Be it known to the people Eggs Wanted .- ..fiS
of Indian River and ; anu an kinds of COOPER WORK order.
vicinity to
-TITUS HOUSE.' that ON HIGH HAMMOCK & FIRST-CLASS After December 15th,the highest market :

,, T F Bell,:Khooner "Pinafore," J H price will be paid for fresh eggs. Also T. JOHASOA, _;:
Smith, steamer'AstatuK C 'E.Crosley, PINE LANDS, wanted, 50 head of turkeys. and 150 head LaGrange .
New York; A J'Cauova' ; G S Hardee, S. RYDER chickens. Address H. J.FAULKNEB, ; Florida.LUMBER ..'_ ,
Bockledge," 'Fla. Bobert Morrow.: E H -Which we are offering at- 27t6] Atlantic House, Oak Hill, Fla. ":;; Y
.. Rice ME English,City J Howard Knkht : : ;
sir 8ebastiiiianv rt ,FU.' W S Norwood, has again returned from -. BOTTOM, PRICES. Stereoscope Views.. Will be furnished to order "- "
on short noticeat
LaGrange Yla., W A L.Ostraudcr City. New York and offers to the CHOICE SUX PRINTS OF ;"
.,. public the TROPICAL FLA. S1S.OO per thousand. -.
>-'* .,. PINE-APPLE LANDS 00
: q. Furnished to all who
ys; Wanted." ,. apply to LUMBER .

250 Busbeb.Best Indian River Oysters. First Quality At Low Figures. SPENCER& ARMOUR, ft SHINGLES _
latest t and lost Complete Assortment t
Parties,'desrang to contract for the above Jupiter Light House, Florida. Always on hand. ':
please apply as"soon as poaaible to Several Large Tracts Of *@-View s of Yachting parties made to C. "
J of goods in the county, eon- order. .__ MAGRUDERCO.. > '. .;
*& 1L-J..FA't1LXNEB, HEAVY HAMMOCK 27yl .
slating. ofGENERAL I LANDS. : S.
,. RYDER.
'; Atlantic House; Oak Hill,'FLuNTLefinnofW.M. : I
-: ,.'.'. MERCHANDISE, .- well adapted to I FOR INDIAN RIVER. BOCKLEDGE, .W+i .

D)'-rl.tte.' 5oUee. Sugarcane,Bananas and Early vegetables. Hockledge Line.The H:1Sjust received' and continues to keep
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Thdmas & Co. is .'o- in stock a full and t
', thia'day dissolved by' _mutual; consent: of every description. It is Also unimproved Lands.in all sec- Steamer, "ASTATULA," Boots &'Shoes complete, Hats stock of Groceries .;.
'W. M.. THoMAs not necessary to quote prices WiJ11eavo Santol'.1 & Caps In
: antI Enterprise great
)," .J: n"SAJiD DroBn or name kinds of goods, but tions of the county.A Monday antI Thursday morning aU a. m.every for variety and General Merchandiseof
Lake
.5 whatever you may want call PomsettLanding.connecting withhacks every description. ,Ask for whateveryou
We have this day fO>rmed a copartner and wagons for
5 FEW VERY DESIRABLE Uocklcdge ana DOllltS
: On Tn. mar
send
the'firm 'of Sandiford & or. to dian Uiver. Boats at want. One price to
;;. ship under name : .,. Rockledge for aU land- all. Canned,
;- ;English, all debta" + doe,or,. contracted 'by. -0 Homesteads'Left. ings on Indian River,and Lake Worth. Goods of every description a specialty.LUMBER .

3 the.above, 'firm wffl b$settled'by:-us.. : 8. Ryder's Hbckledgetfo.troubkto RETURMIVGCapt. '
;J, VfI'J; 'c.iWiDuoaD1. J Parties haying money to purchase mortgages Will leave tho Landing at Lake !
Poinsett
,' ,M.E.ENOU8H.In. .+ .show. goods. ,J&nd attention will find safe investments on un.doubted cry Tuesday and Friday aU p.m.making close ev Will ,
:, : ., retiring from the- &mof W.D+L to' Condone once., Go'to the old stand. at security ,, daily connection line or at steanicrs Sanford for and Enterprise With be; furnished to order on short notice 'x

Thomas Co.I etuiU'my thinks w'the dedot'aM. see for yourself. r If. .yt1II'dnia't, -0- points north and'west by raU.Jacksonville. and aU at $18.00 per thosand. Dressed luiii- s
y public for their liberal ptttrbnage: to>: us tee.what< wm want ask for>'l.-- .- her from$20.00 n
; fi and Mk"col ti uauce'fir.thelD: : n;' .fir u1 ; Real Estate placed in our hands for sale, Joe Smith, Manager: ; to 824-00 Per thousand.

-" Of Sandiford'&'rl3igliah., ':, : ,S. ETDEE exchange.or to let, will receive prompt E..B. VjLNDmcAsr, agent at Sanford. I ,LUMBER, &; SHINGLES
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.'. '. .w: "... l.uuKAB.". ,. attention. Note:Tako the Saturday and Tuesday always
steam oo.hand.
Tituavflle,'No.v. 24th,,1888. 28mS] BOCKLEDGE.,:FLORID Titusville,May 34,1833 tff er from. Jacksonville to wnnect 29 With the, Astatu111. .
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.9 rt'" 6m P M. FISHER.l"'l'i'l .

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