The Florida star
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1883
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00077
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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! VOLUME' tv:. .'. TIUSvIiLE, FLORID. *" THURSDAY, .DEC. 6, 1883. ',.; NUMBER.32Tke i1
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L.f eOIU1B'POlmDCB.:,.. ;" ";'" ; purest and best in humanity..!These questions &- .OJOBKCL, BOLJN OR. ,THE 8 .$; .o1JTU.Plea,4 OUK WASm1GTOKLETTBL', ..; .
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g you must answer to consciences. ,,
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: lor"lll'z ., HamloverpoUiBfs.The .' Seeken. ....,.iBTalids.. aid Sports (l'rowaoarlepJar eomspomfcnt.) .
I U lit' ..::CiTill UoM.. dime .' But if yon are delinquents, woe unto ''' .' b' ,
; _." -.-.. population of this precinct'num- men Their War to Florida.from AW aoTox t D.'cj.,Yov.23," 1883.:
pt.Far you if you do not at once flee to the tha New Toric JEro pc tit.... The fan has commenced esrsestin :
f'i. same months I have been bers 87 souls. The males; having,a, prependerince in .
a regular '
; endangered one, not as the jailer, who "More peoplale leiving'this fall for regard to the Speakership"of -.the .House
: nailer of several.of bur leading metropol- of 25. What a chance, for "
si. ensued the wprlwincd criminal upon his Florida than at any previoustime: to my and tbe Seeite8ee r
f Aff.Y I those b the fair who desire "worse" ; eD : t :
: itanpaperi/Including the Herald, execution morning: lead him to his ( sex a knowledge," said'Mr.'Henry Mallory,, of Gorman told last'nlgt'that the

;! Itaa\aft4theCSUtt; o TVtotme; and. I death, but aa the'.good ..watchman who half,as there' are several young: ,promising ,the Florida Steamship Company, today credited Mm,with me, 'being! Sour" on reports Mr.:

tare been p .IDfullylmp ec1 with the puts the sword into the drowsy soldier'shand groves here'a'8itiDga'e, "There are probably two hundred .and Randall were untrue ahd tIaa'i: he entertained .
land number 31. The beiiag'ThosBasnett :
start&ag wunher of sanguinary acta oft that he may be prepared to fight I owners largest fifty people who leave.this.city every day a very high l opinion ofJli..B Dda1J. .
of Jacksonville the
TiolflBce that have been presented therein ,
battle against the common enemy. Jacksonville, and there areelmostfivehundred 'Mr. Gotham remarked that he"had nothing
smallest E.. C. Summerlin. The former
daaMBstragng that a tidal wave of .crime
i: J.S. J. people arriving there from every da ,
to with the dectibn of '
a Speaker
isaeeegsisagoverail parts of this countrywhkkhat St..Lucie, Fla, Dec.:1st;'1888. owning,about 1,000, acres the Utter one. part of the country each day. 'This and,was t taking no part. .in. the? contest?,

no"parallel in all its ;{past hisry .. ..... Our orange groves number; 17. The number will steadily increase until Feb-Mr. Carlisle also stated that_ 'he .&d ;not .
;. : The fact is,demonstrated that ,de- OCALA FLAMES..: finest looking one, being the young grove : ruary. (A good,many settlers are going believe" ,the seconal question would have

fl' bsaeberyandmurderau+ atalldng through OCALA, FUu, Nov.ThAnDgling' of Andrew Jackson,on the>Lagoon., at present. Most of those who leave before any influence= ,upon. 'the; result of. the

R'f the land. and crime is aoldirjghigh carnival i Day of 1888 will.long be remembered; by 111o;B. Crook has dishonor of being the Christmas holidays are invalids: Speakership contest,, or that :;Southern

: Every where flaming"'head lines Ocala as the most disastrous in her annals. the first shipper fruit from this section Those going in Janary are tourists. The members could be frightened by the bloody

pander .to a morbid. taste 'for .horrors Yesterday.the citizens were bonyant; with this fall, he.haviDgshippedaeveral boxesof settlers get their land in the.fall and raise' shirt ; voting against their convictions.He .

tri -ac1 with .blood, and sensationalwriten the hopes:and'prospects of 'a prosperous lemons a few days ago., fruits and vegetables.Those who have gone! was;satisfied that. sectionalism 'was* r

t mato'the inost of deeasof: brutal season which had opened early and promised F M. Woodall'a party while on their down this year had a little ,money, ,and' dead, and that no'efibrt .could,revive :-it..

; butaaery,. !I refer to this matter; simplytoeaUattMiHon to surpass anything. previously, way here when about 8.miles. south of were, as a.rule,'better.off than those who Mr.Bandall in an interview said that he

to the fact-pregnant. known f To-night'T'the newest and,"fdrestportion Smyrna, met with, an. accident. which proceeded them.. The majority, go to did not raise the sectional question, :but

: .witIadir., significance-that the able' edit of the city is a waste of smould: very nearly I 'proved fatal to one of them.: South Florida, in or about Sanford. on the contrary.he deprecated .and' con-

; toa of ail these papers concur in the un- ering ashes and half-consumed timbers, The water was deep, the current strong, Many go with their fan Ufc Great nun demned 'To a friend he'said he would

q.iW't' nine tenths of this presenting a scene of heart-rending deso the wind heavy, when the order was bers are. leaving New England, Pennsylvania rather be defeated for Speaker than elect .

terrifying wickedness is chargeable to the lation.' given to come about.. The consequencewas and. some go from' this ,State. As ted upon an issue that revived ..sectional

iauaoderate'aseot ardent, T-spirits.r .. The fire was first discovered in the roof an,embryo sailor was straggling in to invalids I think they would be greatly ism. ,

May.we not conclude, then, that of all of Sol Benjamin's store, situated on the the mighty deep. With considerable benefited if they went to Florida early in :Herein Washington,, the autumn bon'

'" ,.theauhkUes which the human race is northeast corner of the public square .in difficulty was he got aboard and'thus was the fail and remained longer. Many net dose. not fill ad much of.'the;feminine .

sabordinate that' of alchoholic iiebauchery tho heart of the city. The alarm 'wassoudded the State of Florida saved from paying a wait here until they get caught in a snow horiaon: as in'other sties '.,'1'Jdt.the

is,the,suet hurtful'and: ',distressing. about 5 o'clock this morning, Coroner's bill. storm. It is certainly no'place for a person town of she pbUtidans{ not that women r.

.We are informed through the medium of and the sleeping dozen were roused ,to .. .l. in the last, stages of consumption.He here make themselves ridiculous of
the press that'a mc Ii accomplished ladyt such a spectacle of terror as' was never Lake Worth Iteats. .had. better remain at home. Many by their interest: :Pitb1ied: '

:; d a<>srtaln'State' 'tbecomlDga't" victim' to before witnessed in this locality. A brisk Every thing is booming. tourists occupy their time ,in shooting but naturally and .inevitably;,because "'

the baleful. habit of;; 'intoxication, has wind was blowing from the northeast, the The Illinois .leaves in a few days for up I and fishing., Some,take their bones .and politics and society are one,in' :Washing>
filksi from the of respectability t carriages. Considerable shooting is done
;; pinnacle. meet nnforttiiuto.direction from which the river. ton.

.,F into one of the vilest sinks of prostitution.This it could have come',. and. catching the Farmers since the rains on the Gulf coast, deer and ducks are The Capitol the mondng'ea.aino' and I, -.

.j> indicates that the better...half,of. the. flames it fanned them into fury and swept are busy getting very plentiful Crocodile shooting is rather politicsjthe dinner,table talk, and one"of
in all of seeds and
\ ,Gwcssslan race liable to the demoni- them southward along the block frontingthe lands vegetable a tame sport Although there are, .bat the charms of Washington is that the

% ,_U... tio of this:vice;'and would There being no fire enginein great many acres are being planted in few crocodiles around Jacksonville theyare drawing rooms are relieved the Insip-

f: +to..heaven it could not be said much less the square city nothing could be opposed to tomatoes. for' market.. still found in huge numbers in the idity which follows from the.women'having -

; ',mttea; where is the man who has"not the progress of the flames but the futile The latest excitement C is a wreck which northern part of Florida. The best fish nothing to occupy their minds except -

| ,- fait'the'grip:of unselfish' sorrow: tighten eflbrte of the panic- tricten citizens,using came ashore here, Spanish brig from caught.there at this time of the year is their clothes and furniture..

..,; on bra heart,to see the cheeks that, .once' buckets and everything .that could be Barcelona bound for Savannah Ga. The the red.snapper. There have never beena There will be
;% :koewnotmge: but:the_ glow 'of' tender snatched up on a moment's notice. crew consisted of six Spaniards; no lives great number of land speculators in "of Speaker and for,the Chairmanship .

4feilings orthebluehof hallowed modesty, ;: Before such a wind, after the fire had lost. The schooner Gazelle- carried them Florida. A man goes down there of important committees .among..the

.F Jar\slrl:'!o.ed i flashed and distorted by In gained full headway,such efibrt&ere useless to Key West and if he likes what he sees he generally masculine part of Ooogreesas .. the '

:. telipei'il, oe-td"thus. deformity, earth's in checking its progress. A desperate Mr. George Magruder of Bockledge takes to orange raising or farming for maMillA. Mr*., 'BandsII, : Mrs.. .Cailla1e' ,

pudiai.augel"wo:J TIt attempt,was made to, save the ..new paid the Lake a visit, a guest at the Cocoanut himself." and Mrs.Cos,'are all'. women of good

; may be'asked. what man is impregnable Ocala House, just completed, ,built of Grove house. While here he and .,..a sense and dignity They'petty do 'any

'': ;:.against.' this fatal evil,if purity, brick, and the pride of the,city. It is situated Capt. Dimick killed a fine deer. Arrival of Ue 8U Loais Base Ballists. foolish electioneering,-but each .,remembers

Y emUemiaed in women;be'vulnerable to' at.the south east corner of the public Mr. U. D. Hendrickson is expectedhere The Pensacola train .hut evening, to put inter nightly prayer the ,request -,

a the atealthy.approaches. of the serpent be- 'square, and it was hoped that the soon with his new boat the "Bessie brought to our city the 8t Louis Combination that the Lord will send the, Speak '

hind the 'roue. 'The reality should be flames could be checked before reaching B.," from New York, she is to run be- of base ballists, who have played. ership to her own particular candidate,',

dearly and,squarely.accepted by IDS all, it, but'in less than half an hour.after"the tween this place..and Jacksonville. several games in that city last week. The and not one of.them hill ,sleep ,a wink <'
in' foe. members were escorted to the Tremont the night before the ,election begins for
that are' of this mortal
we danger fire began it was a mass of flame and was Our people are already laying plans "
_. It mattan not par social position or high totally destroyed.No for Christmas festivities. Our house by a committee. the Florida thinking about it. .. .
programmeis .
is Herald club of this city, with whom they Pennsylvania ..was crowded ev'
character vigilance
; constant words can do justice to the. .awful- to be a picnic and boat race for the
.essential.. and' the sacred will cross bats on the ball ground on the ery afternoon last week with,'promenadera. :
our : necessity ness of the spectacle when the conflagration day, and entertainment in the evening
south shore of the river this and to-morrow Themornings: now,are given up::to
: dotyofallBight and the excitement
f ,was at its height, with music and dancing. We would'be
here itself afternoon. The following is a list of ,the shopping fashionable people and \thelate .
; the question presents of the citizens was something terrible, as pleased to see some of our Indian River
members: T. .P. Sullivan, Wm. Ewing, hours of the afternoon'to walking for'wa1kins' \
t. "How will the pitiless mon succiuaubed) to
yoa'iwpprese after building .,
building, .. ., friends among us.
1 Joseph Quest T. Malone C. Carroll P.
sake. That hour
i stet.IiotIfar. :, by inhibitive iegWa'tloasadtemperance the flames and they ..asked themselves
;: societies; alone.' how they iV were tnWairertedfa' Tourists visiting Indian River should Browning, C. Houtz, H. Daly, and C. which proceeds dinner'and;< dusk is the
( not leave without coming to see Lake Winslow.At time when the promenade k gayest and
| FTOCSSM of any kind can onlybe overcome It was determined to destroy number of
I ; Worth after seeing the Orange Groves, Pensacola the Mallory's were given best. But the brides and have
soul grooms.
will of and thus
f by strength of purity buildings in the path of the fire,
r pnfHnfiring' principle 'and.. a: virtuous I II save the rest. Amid "all'the: confusionand and other: sights there, they should come the second day's game in order to :create been out in the full glory,of good clothes -
heart. sobriety and see our fine Cocoanut Groves. and the interest in the third. In 'proof of this all day.: The hotels have been' full, of .
To the end therefore, there panic.
however was no
terror, ;
: : tropicalfruita and which the St. Louis combination the third
more plants, on them. They have been doing the sights;
and reformation may be propagated, that could be lone'e
Everything can not be grown farther north.a day proceeded in six innings to wallop, of the town in adelightfuhy.confuaed
:. erery: means that will awaken. these 'attrlbatei limited means command was done,with
unfortunatemould and W. T. of the Mallorys to the tune of tevenieen to fashion, trying to let our they ware interested '
in the breasts of the and system' The colored people P. Borden Wyman, I

i! ,be. ;inculcated and"foetered. till energy worked nobly, and bore their full, share the Coast Survey, and W.Rose cook, arrived nothing, striking out twenty-three men. when_all,they thought obis them "
In to the uncalled for .
t answer discourtesy selves. A blond in sealskin
rosy-cheeked a -
there that of self the flames at the Cocoanut Grove
dawns upon them spirit in the efforts made to arrest yesterday
: in this morning's sheet we append the wrap'down her heels the de-
to and
< denial,which soon leads 'to. ; strength 'of and avert'the terrible consequences of House. Mr.J. B Bowers. of Bockledge, ;
from the Advance-Gatettc
of bonnets with her
: conscience and principle. ;,The most poB the dilater. brought them in his boat, Pennsylvania, muted pigeon-gray '"
,Saturday.We handsome, stalwart husband lime in for
'. teuttiil MWer 1a tAe-jai ofeiampl Let Asnearascanbe ascertained" at; this 'They are awaiting the arrival 'of Mr.
cannot close this article without a good deal of attention :afternoon,
the affluent, educated: sad intelligent' encourage writing, the losses and insurance were as Hendrickson, wben the remainder of .
referring to the St. Louis combination in and looked so innocently proud of it that '
'and the igno- their party will join them, and all will
1 laxity of morals, follows :
manner deserve. We have seen '
a they agreatmany the gravest faces relaxed into A' smile
.ant and poor will indulgethavices Without Benjamin& Co., general store. Loss, proceed. to Hillsborough to commence I base U clubs, but we can in watching her.
restraint. The real benefactor of society insurance, 13000. '
$25,000 truly that we never met a quieter, Our 'l''
work.We say young women are yearly growing
I is not he who about doing :octonally Frederick & Thayer, brick hotel .
; goea i Brown regret to hear of the,death of Ma- more gentlemanly set of young men. in more fond of walking and the 'average,
good.actions,.,but, he wtoseesdy (the Ocala House) and furniture, loss jor E.:'Hes,'he''having'been one of 'the our lives. Their stay among us'has been young man naturally cultivates a similar

.* persevering, everyday character_ $72,000 insurance;$82,000.. first visitors to Florida. He has left
I -; many brief, but in that short time we have taste. So walking is' the .faahJoaable
'-: playsihiher>;spirit than'tne.' mass of H. P. Robinson & Brother; the, great .warm friends. WENO. learned'to appreciate them for their manlystraightforwardness amusement There is.very little, going,.

-and women. That man is the true dry goods merchants,saved probably two .. .,. ; and should .they on at night noieamongaoyety people! rely_

f 'Wend of reformation, be>'> .Jie richer poor, thirds of their goods,' damaged Testis. -'a New Motor. ever see fit' to return South we hope turned to the city.; Theatre parties 'are

.mattered or educated, who, snaking'the conditioaaFnlly SARATOGA, Nov, 26.-:An electric railway $ they'll visit us'again, and we walland 'try l seasonable and prevalej4..\ "Little5' , very thought of fear away goes forth to aduty Israel Brown, no>>insurance on goods. has been .succeafully tested best in
motor give them the in our'shop Den with only a couple;of friends,' saneV,

h1ch has itionly inspiration the Loss $500.. ,The building was owned by in presence of four thousand people, here, the way of hospitality and ball playing. wiched between, host.and. hostess, are.. of ,
ttOBdouaneas of : : in theflootfitof 8.,W. :Moody, and was;}ully insured. hundred ?
privilege from
: including .one guests Jacksonville a Herald, Nov. 27. nightly occurrence.. 'Theseare _simply,
blessing. 'All";the power, ofMrth Miller A Dunn;boots and shoes, also The test made .
: New York city. was on .i. paving,the :way. gastronomic, feats, .
J'D equal to the'strength and intoence saved about two-thirds of their.goods. ,but. the Saratoga and :Mount McGregor Railroad ,- List of LettersAnd another month wilt wjtneas., The advent;..

of individual itU !:Theenlge- ;badly dwnaged. Fully insured. a'third rail in the center .of the ; postal cards unclaimed) the Post, of winter, with its frozen fountains. ,and:
Mof: individual exertion, -if'temper:: The Oca1 'Bal Der building, owned byF.ErHamsandMr. laid Florida.
track having been for the purpose. Office at Titusville, lakes, and'falling leaves,_has :caused the. .
,wm" belieeflcentworrk. e; in adjoining l Were: iteetroyed.. L $5,000, machine in'a neighboring ,factory, and Forwood Wm'H 1 Letter son on public buildings: :', ,and grounds."

1 .**. :thef insurance, $3,500. .The Baxmer office, about 4 o'clock the motor came down Green'Mrs Alice 1 The work on,the Washington monument,
\,, __. evil";of' ; tie. nineteenthriniotherss'what owned by G W. Wilson, suffered a loss from the house 1 !
f'i!! appalling>> ..... engine with one :.passen: Kipp James D will suspend.to great extent this week
\P-,...,.".".c.. e'. .... .:. .t ., I ';. of $2,500, and was insured for$1,800.' gar car loaded'with guests attached. The Mason Me 8I&: M&'J 1 '! also; ,The shaft is now o1'er,400 feet high.; t

',:, 1 ; are: you doing; o rTourpigeious The heaviest losers next to the owners inventor turned the.electrical switch, .on McDonel Louis ..., 1 When the height of,410. ,feet ha :been;.attained

'yoyniAre 'you' 'taking' of the Ocala House, were E. W. Agnew&Cothewellknown : the motor and it moved off amid the SunpsonCaptBobert '1.. the laying of marble will.stop for .
: ;merchants. They : ..
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,' themto.\. "'. -!yo 1 u.loving;bap,-b, f'. holnting'R lost; five stores at'the southwest, corner: of cheers from the- spectators; -It*pulled< *- the-> Titusville,P' O/Fiiu, Dec.'lst1883..Sicily the, wintei, .but. the dreasere will' : continue!, AJS... ,.'
.to a J "n1er'fa+.'th. ittie occupank i ''hotel load. far..the track Had been .J E..qrubir; ; '
.::;r"' -.. ';'iU .; 1 the public sqnare-withvatwoBtory prepay : all winter.: Theuat;closed.. showst.N. ,
4,'X", ."-"ot"-t..1'--s.. : :: +sa:.p. are1:0UU&U6: above: lLos, OOO'.iDianiace. '15'OOO:' ed t'a, spewTof ten"mUes'an-hour. On I I ,,",.,.. marked ipraveesenta'aad! excellent" .acme} "r.; ,;
filjr. 1 d''P'mi' r } ingtth".tb t. t There are msaJ, .cnnejst'as''toorigin !the retornthemotor:,;whfchisvquite tight, '. ; .oranges" are. quoted. in the; New.. r 4 .1. 0
r of ouupablic bttfldiaga st 1I''I :, ty : ::2
Sm the.e ct : ;
ieauF to: .
the-fi ands
urpisiiSS : g'yaasaf of York markets a dollar half to :twc
: '' ;'' only boui'wo 'jumped : f .
..... weighing .tonSj ,, &l1GUST.. ." '
the ,' _
..' :' > that it .1tec1 Li up1eting alimp I .. 1ioi 'H"ji
: "t1i atesmy dollars box than Florida's.. r.; .
.,_"_,_ ,.." 73 a''s IDA"'._"..,become. _' rinniil 'bi Benjaieda'sstarebattesthe flames tketrack, while. '.. going twenty mflea' ,anhour higher per' '.., 1'_............ "" .".i04.., .,;It"'m! \ ,. ,I i
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for: d U oatls1, ,, ;'? GJ'ofo amid at'Jhk writing> that, thorMnv.- were. thrown off; but no t"bnVwas" "injured* : shipping of green. oranges. dred and ninety"atudex ts. if
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: ml-d 1'Die: .. r, ., :menttoii thatfword.... Itself! ,"perwrrinjptortake 11T on'J t I 1.. _?.; ,&. t. ..uDfc .he"fi te.tWO witn teJawt -

.:. :"motion" in h a street. ,.". ,adjoining_ the ::-one..in. refuge in a, circumlocution, chairs contained meats,fruits and cak.I' On the authority of the Medical Recoraspsragus:15 and explain that'tt e paper Wsahia!
'' '1: "- for:'.in".AJICf"nhaving become immortal. I-real and artificial-In>' a strong dinreticfand.': j Jut
:, .rnr->net ding-cw. ee L byaTian profuslor.Amonr will, and request them to sign j f;f" Ii
forma part ofthe rheumatic
' '. ''C &.fIJ'U..a.. .:the. r usual \ >I. ''o&ber'arUeJM djipjaped, vie. l CUTQ ito I i "Yes,"sir, h9 Viibalbajig_f i
f,. iJ '. t patients- at sncH hcealtirdearts
:;p.' ittib ,t .DtUe 'ia''known' What, may be particularized'as'th'r tWit' "ex ently 6o teclJ.ctIh .p: as Aix- 9igned.if.I'd.akrwwedt

f r a-- "'l 'iiIi' i /:' those' ftsid.t --Iftg. 1 1Jn'r :public' aquies'of the'deceaaed,ou'tGetom 'I two or:three altar pieeee-em G1 aioned les-Bains.. Sorrel Iac0olirg: ; 1i 'forms" goin to leave_ ut _t<.ht_ ._wu.t .. .

,. mnil. ., to i 'furl' s obsequiw'and t $pel looeasion"1" refer' to,..""WJB* = ', with the name A Hegb'of t 'deceased! the staple",of, that; soupe aux ,heroes me !" ipe>q in.tb set
.i".4' i abAjrJgr' ,, I:.took some uienced,by.a proceesitxu issuing.1i'J'J' t thehouse'on I I were also carritd in$he procession ; ah o which a French, lady will orderfor herself >I "You did not have to knots'.iJf

trogto:. tberirifoross\ oa g ..the. mission. known'. as"buying banners,' the deceased's, tablet and. photograph after a long and.:tiring jotirney., atfeuf we 'cmality. n:f,'jV .rJt.iia D i'''t\ 'j;

t,r.S .. .j ,ahlchi. & & Iday the water" wherewith. ,to ,wash the and. other, arc-" .a-:the, .'bearers, Carrota, .as. containing: :; quartity :of i;j Was be of sound: and
body of i the deceased. First:came the all being'dressed less in sugar, are avoided by tome ditpnf
'i .; : :lfti'Y; : ,'" v I more or mourning peopfP"1 mind, or, to' other words, .
t : .' J 11i.l' custom:in 'China,' "musicians (save the word) ; then a costume. .Before 'the procession! while ;others complain of:them I that a jury of I twelva waa.bj JQ.peculiar .

.ft" .-i. i.,.;.: t.b '.-die, for the priest, wearing a long,robe of a dark': started for the' burial ground at Mount gestible. With regard to the latter accusation men. would regard him as >
r>;.. ', "81.8Qp'<. /-r t ;emus...hlm.irnmtte," t bed red color and a sort of college cap;,and, Davis there was 'more wailing, ',ore t,: it may be remarked,. in passing tnA 1r''n Jug ,uu ?.". mc1w., ; .d

, .' :to the ifloorbf.the,principal room of the lastly, the white-clad mourners. On the incense burned, more'shrieks from the.1 ,that it_is the yellow core of the carrot I ''".I" think he \va." .d M:

,houAewh&e toi laid with kii feet.to the mainland the procession would probably "gusty pipe" and more prayers frt m t ;, that ,is difficult of ,digestiori, the feeling reassured.. an sRere. ;iTU1Ip

1'' door.;:: iTtito jnbiWtlotHof: i the provinceof have repaired\'to the nearest river, welt the priest. One of_the last acts of the outer, a red layer, is tender:enough. I I.' "JXow tell me what makes V" 'I

:-; I..,>. lek, >enarBiartbe- habit'of placing or even the wet ditch of the city for theRater mourners_ was to'w.IYund;the coffin,. In Savoy, the peasants have recourse I so. Try and recollect you.taluk j
I ( : but these antiquated conveni- and then the procession moved off the to an infusion, ca rbts'as a specificfor Mithing; 4.dij,
.: apiece/of.' ': ", : ,/., .sflvtrnJn"tbe. .. ._ ... Jn, .Bth'of.Jb ;- -- that would warrant us.in regatding liia
dying peceon-s1Lb. 'which ,be may. pay ences being scarce in Hong Kong the coffin taking. the. last' ,Place- in the cortege. jaundice. .The.large sweet onion is as *? "
r. i his : sorrowful this occasion .' very rich in' those'alkaline 'elements crazy. -r. r.0'
IIIJ.v.. iJCt'rorldrand c arefmllywatoppipg cortege on was 1 u \ "
In the first he
r: r" '" up *'"noseand'ean.: ;". ,In compelled to wend its steps to the Government At Mount'Davis the body was consigned which counteract the r poison of rheumatic debts, plce' alien pai4 1obi4
right to 'the
r, certain cases- tJtiey'niake a'hole, :; rn.: the hydrant at the end of thestreet to the;,earth with 'much'lamentation t gout. If slowly, stewed in:weak, disputed the up bills when;;he handle.bowed, & e

roof,10 ,fadli. te tlieet,. of.the spirits I The leading actor in this ceremony ,' incense-burning and praying broth, and eaten with a little Xepaul they
f- was right and save a dollar l h
'. proceeding from tbebody.tIaeir; belief of "buying the water" was,as Throe' was, however, apparently, but pepper, it t will be found. to. be an admirr iere!....
there. I think
eir;&tholt:f person l ,posseses! ,seven usual, the eldest son of the deceased'aboy little difference between the ceremonies able> article of .diet.forpatientaofjStudious a man, don't that??'..ougbter\ be/ I\_.

:. 'smfI I jiebjcb: die with him, and about seven or eight years of age. engaged in at;the grave, so far as the and sedentary habits. The\ stalks you "t t4t ',. a: ,
" Yes it
., three spujs,'+oeof f wfcich enters Elysium Notwithstanding his youth, however,- priest; the mourners and especially i the of.cauliflower have the, same sort tofvalue might, shows- aWe want Of fore4t;

and:receives jodgmeBti {aaotherabid uJJl iciaba'.'. were concerned,and those ,: only too often the..stalk, ,a : call it unbusinesalikgaad

j: 'with,theftabletwhich'; '':is) 'prepared exactHe earlier the day., The deceased's tablet cauliflower. > ,. is. so. ill-boiled. and .unpalii-, rash. I'll instances put that down' Givam8a; :,
: few
,:; .. oq .o..tiM.t die uecI f and!'.the considerable amount of previous in is carried back in procession to the; table that few persons :would thank.you,; more like that, and yotilj
have .
,. 'third. ",dwtlla" .,. Inns. .dab.' t' : struction. Bearing'in his hand a wand house, and there set up in a room specially for proposing to them to make part of ."Well your. ;let's cle's.Iqo, '' ey.? .. r. .'....

... : .;: rprCtiee8arO rQ b- covered with white indented paper, supported .reserved for such ,purposes, .with their meal consist pf so uninviting an to see. What"would you

& eerredJa.Hong:Kong .lam. .'unable.to on each side by a female relative,J other tablets of, the family., Before article.!. ._ say a man that bought: a paper jayerjmomin'
t 7a j, *lW&JtMcetUng... ..., :,'open'of"'the and bending nearly double In token of these tablets incense is daily burned and Turnips, in the same way, ,ale, often, Dime's the could 4i roped
,p...., .., ,.... ." ...Ja...."....regarded ..as a. his intense grief, this young scion of prayers .o1Ie d. The. food ,carried in thought;.to be indigestible, and better up for' it on? It;top strikes floor, just that f waftia;; !;
: ;'kf..a1rhtg,a hole the deceased proceeded slowly and the procession is, we believe; commonly I suited ,,for cows and sheep than for deli-, me :a;a athat'd

'. .io. in4's@e. ; gravely in the direction of the hydrant distributed among the poor sometimes I cate. ,people but here the.fault sooner buy 'thaijf i borjer;, cetj|
'. .. ,.:..,, ...,..,,s ,...all&when thethe ; ; -lies gone- .
:, .. ., ft3feCtn'cia.- lowest ,the "band" meanwhile doing their however, a portion ib-is consumed in with the cook, quite as much;as with U !.11 'fA r.N
i I'OQIQ.ot,.A' :,tlnia" "" itsrisil! "" : 'aoHfle. .Here* best; with the tom-toms and that close the house. 1 f/ the root. The cook, boils theturoips ,I fully agree,with yqof. 1Jfij4my

ho ;. the ...intelligencefamily imitation of the Scotch bagpipe, the The burial places are ,sometimes badly, and thtn pours some butter over judge or',jury x: ,Mr. Gubyat

t- of tbe.do !tbebeod'.;.of'A. III, Chinese pipe. Arrived at the hydrant selected' by necromancers, aud. if ,the, it, and,the eater of.such a dish is sure ought,to be a lawyer." 5 cd .t "

t coeitnwnicated_as speedily as possible tallrelatti9si o i the, party knelt:'around that useful ap' family be' rich this selection is, .often ,to be, the worse fir'it.' Try a better "I don't ''spect YQu'd say a.mantla
j: and paratus the "musicians" redoubled made a matter of considerable' What was a ridin' on a.Third avenue car: 1114
;I :tW; household is d : [ difficultp :way. shall be said aboutour; '

i dre e .in:whiteUthe; : mourning; color their exertions, and the priest his and expense. A'gOOd view for ,the ,entombed lettuces? The plant has a slight narcotic the conductor. forgot.< to, collect. nil% &.' ''*.
t> .. of China. }, Prie(and, incense burned spirit is 01 e of'the chief action and bimebyin gettin' out bag'nQ
.-" ,. women hired to prayer; more was ana required of which a French ,old
. 'mourn are.sent m'..'".at. -"the, same1. time, tremendous' burst of wailing and la ments for'a grave. The side of' a' hill woman, like a French doctor, well .the conductor, : dont 'spect ypa.'.JIf!, ,.

:I"' ando. '. tb 1r.ardfBIa.tahle.la. '. set out mentation went up from the mourners. everlooking water, a copse or a ravine : knows the value, and when, properly sich a"man was a born statesman,.oft. ',)

\... witJ)-jneaU" .. ,;fruits. ;lighted. candles,andjoessticks While these performances were in'operation near a hilltop are highly favored spots. cooked is really very easy of digestior.Scientific you"Who? fltj; ( .
fif. .fbc.the,-delectation' :of-'the the youth to whom I have just About the 5th of April in each year the ,American. would be guilty of such*"*a.cfMf:

? aoJJIpf tbo deoelse .i&D.dl.tbe'! !wailinganourningwcmen referred'drew, with the requisite pros population of the country-may be seen .. act,?" .f dit: 3"Why

.4 and"4v., .. ." tbi trations and solemnity, a basin of water trooping out to their tombs to repair ,my uncle done: thatyeryt.

;. isrelieyed:at-iatervals. by;the intoned from the hydrant, and then scattered a and sweep them and make offerings. Here and There a Gem. 'I. was' a lookin at him donz t,i ,*t $& f

r.;: 'praSen ofvthe; streets car'tbe; discordanthav few coins on the ground by way of payment Chinese tomb in the South of China aWe "Mr. Qubbett; since the begkaai. "J
:j" i 'cu.,;';.-...:. ... .,.."i., .. I'.! ."C._' ", ..'._..._&a1_ It is essential this ceremom seems invariably, so far as the outline walk the the,world there hasn't'been: 'soob >M4'

: : _aW',JL. ;to assist in'.the, that the water should be paid for. The on the ground is concerned, to take the words upon verge of two .i other foolish man 'as yo.u'r' uncleJ( Jfo.
f f \ cereJBonies.' ., ,'tr"Tto. ,."" '.w'-- -.-nlen., .weep' 'and. ,lamenlfe procession thereafter1'returned to the form of the Greek letter Omega ; and that awaits; our us. feet'lies the very grave. .,was a spendthrift. He should'hive kid

:,with.j. ...... ., ,.aDd'do1e11i1DeeiJ.. house,' ''where, doubtless, the body of when raised' to any height it 'usually a committee to take charge of hiaortaff;
'-f' which, if feauiMfe; ,woakl be highly com* the deceased was washed by the boy, much resembles a huge arm chair witha The power of a' man's virtue. should Now tell, had he'strange reut iaoaopia...

j- mere, A ',lint. ,BDgeaerous. + barbario compliance with the custom of''I'his round back, the coffin being placed in not be measured by his special efforts,' ions such as would render hint,iacapabk-

sus"! .o "'entive argnftlntance' with* country.. the seat., but by his ordinary doing.-Pascal, of making a valid will ?" > -

t. thhe aese avert:ttottbis apparentlyoverwhtlming After the ,body of the deceased iswashed 11. Be noble! and the nobleness that lies._ "Yes, he had. 'Though,ha'( was:one.

L. "' geiefM:: at least in the in this manner it is dressed in Mrs. Langtry on American In Will other rise men in majesty; sleeping to,meet but never thine own.dead., of the richest men in the church;I aerec

majority, of.' cases,'mere sham.' In regard the best clothes which' belonged to the Eeauty. "He is faithful that hath heard him makin lone pray a; Jli.

to the_nearMt retotlves_ 'of the deceaaed man in his lifetime, a hat being placedon surely] come again; promised He'll never tried to run the preacher oribe:

" .,;it:,.would::uncharitable to 'his head, a fan in his hand and shoes The Jierald has a column interview He'll keep His tryst wi' me,at what hour 1. congregation. But the oliaheat thiie>

: prefume :there ,i* :BIt -,a, considerable on his feet, the idea being that he will with Mrs.'Langtry respecting her American -, But He dinna bids ken me;still to watch. and ready he done was to refuse to have his';naa,> ,

if amount'.
i. weeping and wailing;but hired'na urn1. Elysium, and consequently bat he must her impressions of the ladies of this To gang tree.-at any moment to my i n cons.- the church. Refused point blok.H .

era;who are $waaliy: the..mo t"demonl' appear there as a respectable and sups.hardly country. Not much interest will be "That will do; Mr. Gubbett.,--"Tbi.

strative on these..occasions, can rior member of society. At intervals felt by our readers J in Mrs. Langtry's The secret of Mr. Win E. Dodge's' plain aa day your; uncle wa lunatic-.

!l'. j. 'beexpected:to lauaeh:every other day during these and subsequent ceremonies experience or purposes, but the ladies, power lay in the first ,hour of' every, Not try to run the pastor, refuse to parade -

r c. into ceAvnkive}laiawtatlons.of'a'genuine gilt and silvered paper in the shape of no doubt, will be pleased to read what, morning. That hour he gave to God his name before the:whole congre

;: nature over the death of individuals coins and sycee bars is burned, in'the the foreign beauty has to say, of their with his Bible,and on his knees ; and if gation. Yes, sir, your uncle was laa -,

.. ,''they;hirtilybioR by;name. As ,.it is, belief that'it will also pass into the invisible personal appearance' and taste in dress. he came down among business men' ey." : '

f. '; theA>piiert," usually' directs '.these 'emoticmaldeiaonstratio&s world, where it will be recoined, This part of the interview is given as with his face", shining with" cheerfulness ""Counselor, ,let me tell you another

.. much'hi'the'same into solid 'cash ; and clothes, sedan- follows : and loving kindness: it was because he thing he done just before he died. .It:

1- :. .'\ way,as ia1'- conductor .controls)$ the performance chairs, furniture, buffaloes and horses, "In_the first place, I think American had been up in the mount hi communion_ L, seems he once borrowed .ten. dolUrSj-

'>. .. i of nb& 4f.municians ; 'now made of paper; are transferred on the women have very pretty faces, so bright with hisMaster-Cuyler., : from a man, in Vermont,..twenty Fes,

. :w' there area few irregular+ wails then a' same principle to the "better land" for and winning. One sees more pretty faces "Work, for the night is coming; ago, I think. Well' he forget all.!bqat

' )21j''" burst of them,relieved in turn by,a few the b ofthe, dead.. here than in England. Then think they 'Work Work while through the morning hours: it until after his will was made, I and)

,: nasal''rioter from the priest, the Interval 'The body was now brought'through the have beautiful hair and ;very, pretty Work .mid the 8pringingftowers dew is sparkling: ; hang me if he didn't Say thathe waotei J

: beiBK,filled up'by the etom-toms" window and placed in the coffin on the hands and feet" "And their figures?" Work. in when the the day grows brighter. work that man paid the ten dollars with J

t and an>occasional#titter 'from the latest j top of.the temporary wooden structure.It "Well, I must take the liberty to say Work,lor the glowing night is sun coming, ,when man's interest He had forgot'or he'd paid i|?

:. oorcers.: _HirtK" & &:*'.. -t Is the practice with the richer Chinese that I think their figures are generally work is done.'' himself" .

,., ,One of the* strangfrt'filatures: in the to keep the coffined bodies of their relatives bad.j The American standard of figure Knowledge is, indeed, that I .Enoughenou Mr.' Gubbett... .At

. obsequies 'I witnessed :was the ;erectkm -! in their houses for long periods, is altogether too plump to please me" next to virtue truly and which man that would pay,an outlawed..debt._. ,

, >,of''>'''a structure in front. of the sometimes: for years: This custom_was "Whom do you consider the most raises one man above another.essentially. has not the shadow of a chance' 'of h v. J
.t boon. in''which*the deatk beautiful American Itf nins his will upheld. ;I never yet neinl "
r .occurred, not followed on this occasion, for the woman you haveseen ishes one-half of the human ,
to eaabie o:tbetjoffined .body to be funeral took' place immediately after ?" "Mary, Anderson, decided makes being pleasant to1S soul. It of a man so crazy in all my professional 1 l

broe kt down t6 the roadway .from tbe' eremony" of f"buying the water." ly." "Mary Aderson id not over plump." mind with entertaining views, fills and the life. That'll do. Come on Monday,and.
theIedlt hi'.which tShe is not. I should have that ad I'll file allegations against his wilL'1
it: was.lying. The Large sums of mOney'are' expended d,on said theoyer ministers to it a perpetual series
3 ,house bdag. a thUf storied one, grid the coffins by the'''e e8tia1S,".and'a dutiful plumpness I spoke .ef refers prin gratifications gives ease to "Good day, Counselor."
body lyiat ia one+of'the cipally to the married beauties I have "Good day, Mr. ,GubbeN !;
topmost roomssloping son will see.that his parents art provided. and gracefulness to retirement. Addi- 4 .-.
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'rise bctiaa;; rrh1ob furnished with these melancholy receptacles some seen." "In which town did you see son World. .

footwry of piths from the room to tae timesmuiyyears before 'their death the prettiest women?" "In Baltimore. .I .;
rood, imd a'laDdiBf at, :the top had It struck me that every woman there Prayer with and for others must
. They are made of heavy boards,, four or grow out of Fish and Thirst.
.,. nec Bsarfly not'only to be_lofty but sub- five inches in thickBess, and rounded at was a beauty. And I think that Baltimore In the, closet our own private PlBY ls. .
staBtial;'OdmMOBicatioii was the only town that with the door hut 1Ir -M. D.
writ of course. the outerjointsandappeartoinvariablow did not learn we Conway,writing from Lop?!
, had with the rocm.through* tbeirind .! take the form, in this colony, of the T boast of' its native beauties." "Do you how best to in speak to our Father. He don to the Cincinnati> C< l1 r eciaZTGaZd, : *
These .:* ; :believe, erected polished trunk of a tree.. Inside they admire the dress of American woman ?" prays alone.. A" public who" prays best. about the Fisheries Exhibition, says;

;.. for two reasoBs+ frst .because strange 5 'appear to be lined\with a sort pf rocs I "I cannot say candidly that I do ; on the is a congregation, however, large' I judge by the appearance of the"Amer*

f. fattiliesid! .$bode' object. ,on superstitious tar; the joints are all carefully closed whole, 1 think they:dress too smartly on in water gathering face individual. souls. ."Aa' icon bar* that.the United State understand

kids,to a corpse being taken :with a similar substance ; but a small I the street and too simply for theater. I heart of,man to answereth' to face,so>the' the close connection. between fish; ;
through: their rooms;' ncl8ecoudly, hole is drilled through the coffin over : think they' mix,their colors badly and man.. 1 -Marling.. andthirst A large framed poster ITet- 4

f, because:it:Is almost impracticable,to get the face of the deceased, ,so as to ?leave i I have too many bows and ends,on their in detail the names of niaety-four., different .

abMTy Chinese.. :coffin;down. tile narrow; a channel of escape. and entrance for the I dresses To my taste a woman cannot be Breaking the Old Man's Will. kinds of American drinks !*t

L,;, toctnons: ,stairs of. many of the native. .spirits. -.,," ':oasimplydressedforthestaeet. A dress I feet that; the war is ended and the'J T nton :
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' 1'''' 'ho III.. ::For. a. ,similar reason noitfoufrom' ,;It was /work_ ; ...of.1Be.. .difficulty to of simple, neutral.tints pleases me nest Old man Gubbett died only last restored,is delicately-shown in.the thief .
week. '
' : --I- wu.. "> (\d bring,the;coffined body.down the steep ,I saw a woman' on '.the street the other. r He Willed .all, his goods, ,chattels and penny long drinks.1 .respsctivell; ,
1 :
X __. i t :': 'the footway from+ the window to the road day'wearing a grey,ulster: ; a' blue ,dress effects to:his housekeeper called ."Stonewall Jackson," '"per-, .
,.; ; Jim-
: .; l'1... V rrJi'i''W't and scarlet kid ,gloves Just, his dent Linoolq' :.1 c !'
'. pies .but the.teak. was: finally accoaafiisbed think,of. f nephew and-next-oC kin 'ff Deral Grant,
l = > ; only his '
1 tt:: NO. :that"sndMrsLangtryalmostihu! blessing. *% s "* Placed side by aid' It.1rm be. t i:
J'" .. .' _. .;15 ooepse;. without miahap, ::arnidnt the ragecardedailigpe '. > inter ;
.:; ;shier;"' it'efer'eflowsi' : to bedn of,:the 'momrninf-womeA,. 'theshrieks Mat: the thought of scarlet gl0vee, ''aIId Jim consulted a,lawyer about Ii-the tag, peihapa, to.your. teetotal ZED t :
; pos* know .. '
< h of the pipe and' the" bekborinccf also she had.r bouquet <2e.eoroegeof daffodils. any of success m contester the will ', that". smU placards:are. ;s"1ridel.r, ':.

| : *lie the That was rather, gajrinixture> ofhisnncle..", ... 1 Ui. __" iv. f".f '
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L '. ># THEfkO.IjI: .:. k ST&L.Y : ewer Inlay have Ssidio friends (f haven .NEW. ADVEETISEMENTS., CARDS. ,:. ."..' _.' Notice.In .,

i, THURSDAYDECEDdEst erwrittenlinythiiigon: 'the subject) I ." : the Circuit Court, Seventh :Judicial Cr-
;' 1883.: ; J 1J3 litY iA. '
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winnow "f'ythat lam ;not 'a ,candidate Dt1TCUARD ** j- cuit of:Florida;Bread County.

PUBLISHED' ., 'RYIRT'.TH, ... UB8DAY*" -'. for renoinination. .L:woUld.n* t"; under* *a. : -. '. ;. v,' Henry Wilson" ,V "* -, *
., "j 1.' ,-: -- ; \ colisiderstion ) .r4CiL&NS' LINE REALESTATI;AGENTS. "' vs. ..;;, V <
J any through the turmoilof .. >
.IiiSviUe. ,, ...j:; : Florida.'. go : ... 'Y -,: "" r *'*+ '' vT.'BV. :Moore.' 'J "' V>
,: o' ;E. '..::'/ VAGEit. ,k' .a political, campaign; -as,, a candidate.My I 1 ,Elegant! Side-wheel. Stelllerl1 Titnsville. .- :Florida.' 'Action,commenced :by;writ of ttach.mente ,

: Malsagha6'SiUter. Jh Ptllollslaer : ;name will not go before, the nominating ', 'j. sum sworn,to one hundred and for-
., ,: r' Carr/lnajthe U. ,Mall. 'D .GRAY ,
dollars. .
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convention of 1884 I could not ty w '
TeTAir fl.60 Annum In advance. ,. 'i $! % **&
; l .pet -
, : SQUAD is ogle inch in apace"; 18 squares for;personal and private reasons indicated, ONE d JI'TUB.STEAMERS OF THIS 'LINE ToWm... B.'Moore and" all otherpcraonmi interetted -
, -olatnn....." -' .. *-'" will leave Jacksonville daily,Horn wham foot ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. : :
accept a nominationeyen if I could secure of Laura street,at 3 J80 p.m..and 8.F.and W.Railway >
5 'Adeetfsemenfss;tmaccompanied tar' the it." wharf at S M p.m.,forPalatka Notice Is hereby:given, that a. !writ of
:. I this statement LaGrange .
CASH*!!!not receive attention.roradvertisingrates : hope unequivocal Florida.Wm. attachment has been ,1l8uf'd.agalnst the
: enquire of the.Editor will cause the matter' to receive Aster 'Enterprise '
; no Sanford Scott. A.U.Thrasher. Nid.Wm.B. Moore And his property baa
always enclosing three cent stamp.THIS further notice. '.' ., Titnsvnie Fla. Sanford Fla. been'attached to'satisfy the, demand of .

:. PAPER may be found .011 file, at _.. '. SCOTT & THRASHER, Henry:Wtisonamouliting. .to;one- hundredand .
:GeoP.: Bowell A; Go's Newspaper Advertiaing Florida Railroads Must Pay Taxes- And all intermediate ..landings'south of forty dollars.'** -'

: Bureau (10; Spruce Street) where Decision the U. 8. Supreme Court. Palatka. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.: Now, therefore the said Wm.B. Moore
other Interested ate hereby
and all
., advertising contracts may be. made for it ;'WASHINGTON, November .-Among Sanford : : Florida.Mr. ,persons .
Sunday Boat will leave at 1 p.m. required to appear and plead to the
*Ili hTEW. .- YOBK, the decisions handed down today .by the Will make close connections with all RaIl Scott is now located at TitusvUle.J declaration filed In, ,the above ,.eptltied

Tag STAB is the'.ovncxAz :newspaper Supreme Court'waS one'ln'case No. 765, Lines for > Real Estate.:Law, a speciality. case on or before the .4th day the, first
" Points In the Interior. Monday, of February ,rule day, a. d.
for Brevard the Louisville and Nashville
; .county S. JONES. '
MINOR 1884, and if be shall fall to :appear and
And with steamers Sanford for
Entered at thl Poet Office at TitusviOe tu Company plaintiff in error vs. Manuel.. plead as aforesaid Judgment wfll be entered -
: Palm collector etc. iii to the Points on Indian River. against him according to law.
'. .. -- .Second-Clot Matter error' ATTORNEYATLAW.Titusville '
: Supreme Court of Florida The question Returning leave Enterprise at 7:30 and San I ... ;A.A.Stewart: ; _
ford on arrival of train arriving at Jackson Clerk! of Brevard county Florida.
::ji B are not of. those, who may be denominated presented by this case ,is, whether a line ville '- Florida. Titusville October 25,1883. ,,:2.6td

habitual grumblers,,, ,for if of railroad which was commenced, partly Early next morning. TUT E. ENGLISH. Notice.. ,.''
: .
there be *class more worthy .of the di completed and operated by the Alabama Making close connections with rail and steam ., Court Seventh; Judicial:;
In the Circuit Circuit
approbation of community; of law-abid- and ''Florida Railroad Company, and Lines for all points Notary Public State at'Large. of'Florida, BretardCounty.f ,'a: .a-

'.ing'citijens! we.,.have yet to form its ac which, through' successive transfers, has NORTH EAST AND WES Affidavits drawn and all business entrustedto I "
me promptly attended to. To Wm.B Moore and all other persona interested -
quaintance., Yet as.it .,is the. office of finally come into the hands of the Louisville -. For all points between Jacksonville andPalatka Office at his residence. :* /' '
,take one of the eteamcrs leaving
;a public journal? as'a servant of, the people and Nashville Railroad Company, is I Market wharf dally, Sundays excepted' at 10 Titusville, .. "Florida. You.are bereby'noii that 'a writ of

: to; point out and post the people alto or is not exempt from taxation by virtueof I a.m. attachment been'Issued against the

,.whatever,maybe:pertinent to, their wel- an act passed 'by the Legislature of. .Leaves Jacksonville FAST MAIL.for Green Cove Spring O.. F. GRAY.Watch I said Wm. B. Moore and his property has
been attached to satisfy the ;demand of
fare'we call their attention and the atten- Florida in 1855 and known as "The In- Tocoi and Palatka. Maker and Jeweller.ALL F"Ensey'awountlngto the
Lake Steamer MAGNOLIA leaves Florida George sum
'tion of our public officials to a few facts : ternal Improvement' Act. This court of Two hundred dollars and interest
Central Railroad wharf atm, daily Sun WORK WARRANTED. '
!ph4cha; our,opinion, merit their careful holds that the exemption from taxation day excepted,returning same day. Work or orders left with P. E. Wager or at thereon from July 191883.
Now therefore the said Wm. B.
attention., created by the 18th section of the Intern For further information apply at General Post Office Titusville or with A. Brady at La you
Ticket Office,corner Bay and Laura Streets. Grange will receive prompt attention. Will be Moore and all other persona erutedare
Our State, .fathers. saw fit, in their wisdoin'in Improvement Act of '1855 is, in every W.B.WATSOS,1ager.Co In Titusville every Monday. hereby required to appear on or be-

.1881,,to pass the following act, respect similar to that which was declaredby B.FENWTCK,Gen.Pass.Agent. B. R. WILSON. fore the first Monday the 4th day of February -
DR. a. d. 1884, the same being rule
; 'towif: ;Any or parties who shall this court in the case of Morp vs. day
; party: for said month, and plead to the declara-
discharge on any: public .highway in Louisiana (93 U. S., 217) to benon gn- CASH CASH CASHWHEREP Will continue the practice of Medicine in tion filed by the' said plaintiff in*said case

'any.uninhrporated.village, within threehnndred able. Such exemption, therefore, did not Titusville and 1 or attachment preceding and.If he fails
vicinity ,
'- to do so judgment, 'will be 'awardedagainst
yards of any premises, any firearms pass from the Alabama and Florida Railroad Office at J. -M. Dixon's Drugstore. the said defendant ;.according to
; without permission from the occupant Company to the Pensacola and Lou- law and the property "attached' 'will be

of ,:Said' premises, ,or in. defence of isville Railroad Company when the for- AT THE A.D.. HAWLEY, D. D.S. levied on nnderexecntion' ;aml sold to
the debt .
said sworn.to. =
k pay .
'! life limb or property, shall,be guilty of a mer conveyed the latter its road and Visiting Dentist. A.. L.STEWART,

:misdemeanor and liable to a' fine of not the franchises connected with, and neces- MIADOUJAItT a8 Makes frequent trips to Indian River. Clerk of circuit court of Brevard O.'Fla.

Vjaore than fifty' (dollars ,for: each offence, saryin, its construction and operation. Lake Worth, &c. Titusville, October; 221883.;; 26tdNOTICE.

on imprisonment in the. county jail, not Even, however. if such 'exemption had P. o. Address, New Smyrna .Florida. ,

'exceedingsixty days.'J .(See .McClellan's.. passed to the Pensacola, and Louisville .STORE NAVMAN. In the Circuit Court, Seventh.Judicial.\Cir-

I ..:Wgei&Page. .433, ,Section 88.) Now, itZ Railroad Company, that ,corporation C. cuit of,Florida, in,laid cour t ..'t
*occurs- v '--e-.v-tons v that there is Wisdom in thisIt would have had no power to further convey TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. Justice of the Peace and State of Florida, '

:.. ""; .4 action, ,by our legislature, een though it it, so that_the_entire line_ of_railroadin Notary Public StateatLarge.Also Brevard County.,
vt Mitchel Peterson "
W, $ylM. >abridges 8f>me sportsmen of a rather ques- its present hands is properly liable to Commissioner of Deeds for the State'of vs. Bill in ,Equity

FSf tionablfl eilj 1lDent. State taxation, and _its present, owners v PENNSYLVANIA. A.' 'B. LInderman,. Notice.

I'Many' :of;:our' public roads are laid can not claim immunity on the ground L Office at the Haul-Over. (Impleaded with) ,

: !through,dense'hummocks or scrub, or.at that,the.act of 1875, taxing the propertyof .. T. JOHNSON COCKSIIUTT.<<:: J. K.Willard; Agent. -
To the defendant; A. B. Linderman
g5,1 a ipftiiof them, arid from the peeu- all corporations, was,an impairment of
the order of this
flia' ty; of pur soils,,'a rider''' on horse-back the obligation of the contract of 1855. The Oldest and Most Reliable Place of Notary Public, State-at-Large, By notified to appear, answer court ,you or are demur hereby to ,

.....f'Or'fi f Otm D gives warning to sports- The decree of the Supreme Court of and a Bill iu Equity filed in 'this suit' to en-

)i M&II bf bis' approach Jlld'of course is in I Florida affirmed with costs. Opinion Justice of the Peace. force a laborers lien'of 166.71 for clearing
BUSINESS five and 57-100acrea ol land besides
tJ dingei of being killed or badly wounded by Justice :Mathews. Court day, first Saturday of each month. disbursements and costs 01801t.on. or be-

'bj a-iluauceshot: from, a gun.or pistol in Five other railroads in Florida claim LA GRANGE Florida. fore'the first Monday In" April.. 1884.the

:u?b bjuuis of an'excited sportsman. immunity from taxation upon practically on Indian River, Dealing in LA GRANGE STORE taken same being rule day,or default judgments-will: be
against you by
?Again/in an' 'unincorporated, town en- the same ground which was assumed in Witness hand
my and seal of court this
Tironed by a;,tall ,growth, of scrub this this case.BACKLOG. General MerchandiseNone Always on hand a general assortment of November 12th 1883. '

danger is enhanced many.fold. We, fre-. SKETCHES GOODS. A. A. STEWART,
29 td Clerk of circult'court.
quently have::heard the' bullet whistle our large 16 page paper,filled STRICTLY CASH. ,
with charming serials stories but 'r
strictly first-clogs goods are
'near us and the shot rattle around us aswe choice miscellany eta,is Bent mos. on trial E. L. Brady. NOTICE. :.
for 25 cents, and'we send every subscriber _
SIX months after date I
were passing from one part of our FREE our new Holiday Package, consistingof January 1st 1883 1 yr 36 presentmy
10 piece popular music 10 interesting final accounts and 'vouchers, to the
town to the other and, can attribute our games,pack of age and fortune telling cards bought and sold at this Stand. County'Judge of Brevard county Flori-
pack"Hold to Light"cards,1 pack fun and Florida Manufacture.
escape from being hit to good luck alone. flirtation cards,1 set chromo cards 13 new ida, administratrix with the';will an-
It to..us that our fellow townsman tricks in magic 5 new puzzles game fortune nexed of the Estate of H.T.: Titus, late
appears the mystic oracle,25 ways to get rich Heller's -o- AMAZON PAINT. WORKS. of said countydeceased and .ask fora final -
life and safety rather: than the momentary wonderful delusion cards, etc. ,etc. Endless ., discharge as such administratrix.'

enjoyment of a reckless man .or amusement stamp. Backlog Agents Publishing wanted.Co.Sample Augusta paper, Me.for Remember A Dollar will buy exactly W. J. BERNE & 'CO., MARY E. TITUS,Administratrix.

boy ought to be the care of our
officialsThe. old saying, "What's every NOTICE. .NOTICE.. -
$1.00 worth.Established'
body's. 'business: is nobody's business"will Land Office at Gainesville November, Fla., 1883.\/ AMAZON EEADI-IDHD FAINTS Six months afterdate twill. present to

not' apply',in this case.' It is some NOTICE is hereby given that tbe fol in'all shades and ready forImmediate of Honorable Brevard county A.Mccro,Florida.,County my'.final Judge ac-
In 1S73.
one's busineas.. It is the business of our lowing-named settler has filed notice of Use. counts and vouchers as administratrix of

:'public officials to see that. every.individu-. his Intention to make final proof insup- the Estate of Bartholomew'EInIg deceased <<

:'al'is protected> -in'his life, limb and.property port will be of his made claim before, and A. A.that Stewart said,'proof clerk Address orders to Specially AiajteJ For This Climate. administration and ask for a'final of said discharge Estate.C. from the

-and, if the,official dodges his responsibility circuit court Titusville,Fla., on' Wednesday and grinders ofPure J. SANDIFORD, Administratrix. f

he is not only unworthy: of his January 2, 1884, viz: Charles L. Tittmllle. Fiat. Sept...61883. 198m. t
Stewart of Eau Gallic. Fla., Hd 4,014, : "
position but is amenable for his, disregard for the N E i of N,W 4 Sec. 5, Township The Headquarters Store, White Lead, NOTICE. *

ol! his opdal path. The people have the : 1.18. Range 31 E., K & Colors In Oil. Land Office'at..G lnesvUe..FI8! :\'

right'of his protection: and it is the duty : He names the following witnesses Jto Titusville, Fla. .Nov.,13,,1883. /
Office and
and Factory
his continuous residence upon ,
;, of the..official-. .,irrespective of person, to'give cultivation prove of said land, Jflz: John Sim- CONTINENTALHoof No. 26 Ocean street ing-named NOTICE is settler: has given filed thatthefollow-notice' of his s
Jt.,as he is the people's servant and mons, Thomas Snell, John L. Casper,and Intention to make final I.' proof In support

'not, thetmesteT.An ., John Houston, of Eau. Gallic, Fla. Ointment. JACKSONVILLE,, FLORIDA., of his claim, and that said proof'will be

enforcement. of,the, law in every L. A.S. Land Barnes Office., nd for color card and price list. made before E.N. Dimick, deputy clerk I
29w5 Register.U.
circuit court, at Lake \Vorth, Fla., on
case; irrespective ,' would soon Cures Cracked Hoofs, ,Sprains, Scratches
persona NOTICE. BOOKCanvassers. Tuesday,Jan. 15, '1884, viz: Edwin B.
eradicate this species bush ranging.and ANTED Bradley Lake Worth Fla.,JD. ,8.718,
secure the personal.safety of our citizens. In the drcint Court; Seventh Judicial circuit and Sores in U for the lots 3 and 4, Section, 34 Township

U- We do not'make these remarks as appli- of Florida,1883.Brevard county, A.D. Horses Cattle and'Sheep. I MALE and FEMALE I ITo 44SRange43E.He names the following witnesses* to

', 'Cable to any.individual officer ',whom' the rang in UM sate of mr new and Imnoi nt prove his continuous residence upon and .
the citi- Joseph Smith, works of standard.....character.torgearaSlti i asw. cultivation of;said land,viz:'Albert Geer, :
Uw custodian of ... .. .
constitutes for it !- --T .u. w a offer aWLiAii .*'*
., amount Ask write
Attachment Storekeeper or
> t vs. }} your r--. .,, .. Adilrua M. W. Dimick: Wm. La n chart:/"Benj.Lanehart .
zen's welfareThe people .are getting Wm B.Moore, sworn to$300.00.'To ... : PUBUBHIlfa CO. ,. of Lake,Worth.,FJa.' ,
IIi W.Fourth Street, cinclnnaU.
tired'of.this winking at and excusing of Wm. B. Moore and all other persons interested direct to the manufacturers. Le'A.. BABKES.

such "little irregularities." We have : Free I Cards and Chronos. 30wo .Register U.'S. Land'. Office.. ,
NOTICE is hereby given that a,writ of We will send free by maD a sample set of oar
been:approached repeatedly by quite a attachment has been Issued against the Urge German tinted t French an4 American Chromo NOTICE OF INCORPORATION

number of our best citizens and urged, tosay said Wm. B. Moore, and his 'property at- of Cards/m over aoo d1 entdesigns and gold groondswUh on receipt a of price a stamp list Man .Hirer! & Norta Transportation
eomething- i 'thisVay! until, we havfelt tached to satisfy the demand of Joseph OIL CO. for postage. We will also send free by mail as } .
Smith to Three hundred dol samples,ten of oar beautiful Chromo,on receipt 'COMPANY. .
it our duty,to do IOn "A: word: to the amounting Cleveland Ohio.Laundry .often cents to pay for: packing and postage;also Nonet is HEBZBT oiVEK that in accordance
: : : enclose a confidential price fist of oar large oil :
1ri "--may. It-be Sufficient.... lars.Now, therefore the said Wm. B.Mooreand chromo Agents wanted. Address F.Gza.wxI with the laws of Florida, we,
A ,-4'.'-.-, all other persons interested are here- STANDARD Co...0 Summer Street B .coa.Mass. the undersigned have formed ah 'assocla-
to and plead to the tion to be styled and known'as ,the Indian -.
by required appear !
The editor of theTaliabueee FlQridiarl $100.00 A WEEK
River and Northern
,. declaration filed In the above entitled Transportation
,on readi i"g a'reoentartide: in the JacksonTifiV case on or before the first Monday:in "Wax good We,can active guarantee energetic the above ,amount"to' Company for the purpose of constructing

>; BeraUi entitled,'"Governor Ioxhani's i March a.d.1884, tbe same being rule day Y maintaining operating a Railroad -.
for said court and if he shall, fail to appear Agents from point on Indian :Rlvv''aC or
ft posifionXaay8We:; ,felt.,a natural and plead as aforesaid judgment will Preserves Linen, gives a beautiful fin Ladles as well gentlemen, make a success near Rockledge to a point on Lake desire to y yrt5 in.' Governor .Bloxham's be entered against hf according to law. in the bare business.household Very article little capital salable required.We asflour.. sett on the St. Johns river in ,Erevan

opinion'of.'it and interviewed hii .upon A. A., STKwaRT a county, Florida,for the purpose of,COOK ,
the iron .
Clerk of Brevard county, Florida. ish, prevents from sticking,saves It sell Itself veying persons and property. Said road '
,the subject We are satisfied ,that a majority ,Titus ville,Nov. 26,1883. 31 td It is used every day in every family. You do to be three miles in length or thereabout., :
that not need to explain Its merits. There is rich ..
of desire+ .MmOB S.JONES .
1 the.people_earnestly' \ labor. -c- harvest for all who embrace this golden op. ...., -
to should'be his own successor; and continuethebriliiantandBiicoeeBful 8. RYDER.BOCKLEDGE, '. ,' .. :' ; .' portanity.'.It costs yon only one cent to learn ALEXANDER A. STEW ABr b, ;'.
.* '" what our business is. Buy a postal:card and tf X 'JAMES;A. ,McCBOBf.f;
i ; ad>nin- RVE:CEHTSACAKE.-,- ; write tons and we will sed yon our-prospectus Tltaarille; 8eeptes. M,1883: *.Im; r' ,
fr fdrationjhiclt hjualremuch .. >>m pllabed Has jut received and-;oontinaes*'to keep : TAsk .and mil particulars ;{/_ -

'10 ':for"!ifliet el*.......".of 4s Florida+ but in stock a'full.and coaspkte c stock' of Groceries .your Storekeeper* 'for r ,it. Made by' ". ,FREES NO PATENT', 10 PAY::;" ;':.f :
,:it.Jt tt 'Governor said to TI; In,the ho : ,.footi'ds: Shoes,,'HaU & Caps in you And have we knowypo any idea of. derive Oar more .than. a PA : '

: "" : ; : greaJYariety-#d ,General .Merchandise : STANDARD, OIL CO., manufacturing company Is neb'that '.we can ENT8.iee.Campdand, .sa
rh" mi fannyffiicdonitiisztremCy and .It
; ;i not afford to d ce1ve.:; Write to us on a postal paentsDSUtYpot
.. oflnery.deicrkption.Ask for' whatever address as too ': inventions. feverywhere. Oar ,
b- and give your plainly and receive
'-.pleISwt to'be1i. ....... oughtbeforethpe, Cleveland; ,' *.: : Ohio:, full particulars. ,n, .ly.- NG1dd8 1br obtaining hteata't Is-.eatrtee' ,
toalL. Cantedpooda'af .'
"II-.I '' '' you tray,.want One price : Address-LOUIS BAGGER t
; ft CO.
r";:. &.. "",_..connection..with,; :: +olitle il._" .August 30.: 18 6m Buckeye .'Pg. everydeIerlption
; a gpecialty.
'f-i',,tii{.._:' ''However'' ".*r._..tate''that, ...what. ,-, "- .. '
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.$:: ,..... ">, : .,'Caterer.' by.the addition i ,toii' of a.fourth.part. 'atd,' Recent Legal Decisions. &oftain brand!of their lime,in a spieKfitd i.-.
..- ; .. .' ._ monthedtbottlesrors t ;jarlj brfanfol, )
. 'J.
.-a,.\... <.. -..'"\.. "'., ,...'L."I. .. '. '. ... -' of!raspberry- *.f. "VL i'Uik," *tones*- : i-.f&m bgwa tie sharp r }gyp',.:. dark,. oolMc; ,tntilotiiey, :.; .- locality; and work upa trade ta it*, ;.'
t .
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: J40BT B.-A. question
*- (tke caim i zt ; SALE: PR '
; tn. and free from
: i are clear .'specka; care.
lioe .
{ :BASPBEKY\YINTOAIU: tot aa tit1c, .uT'.IJiLT.Y .is. made 'H .- was raised, upon an I instrument. inwriting of: five :years. He was bound to give'
,. fally'.reIDOVe. ;, the scur ;;cover 'tightly
?t dartlle, ,:.,; .Or atODewtire.veIDel' .. 1brm.edt. pitxdaely' '- tai the'aboYe-m-r; that; the and keep in: a cool Cellar, or to!;,,.an, ice- given, upon the payment ,of all the time and means ;reasonably.

T ripe.. ..-T )errW,_, .lf'. mep.r ; ar. .. being. 'bardtiaddry,a little. rect'. cur- -chest:" TEus midethe syrnpwillretainits 11000, which was to be:'for an interest ,necftssary' to introduce this lime to-the '

:, twoTiijiHc i, "",...::;,'r1.Cover'Ud/. at'J :stand" : 'fattrientyfoar rant juice- must be added..Intheabeeaoeof .. ,freshness for any length of' time. in-certain printed abstracts of public I public, and he was to have the'exclusive

'. "-hoare, ;'yth: .- : ;. 'sl ia_".;..aodk juice water; may be used. The above recipe should 1I&ld'about records. of.in lien thereof the amount,I right to sell the lime in this territoryand
"' ;e.
't. .. ... isles.
preas to returned with 10 .cent to receive the same reduced
be per
;.r- ; ;' 4rc-"l- .r' ;ANOTHERMETHOD _of; making: redcurrant four quarts,or sufficient for about sixty was ,
._. each pmt rf liqwadd1i."ppW :.of Trial found that this contract A expended
? jelly is as follows: :Pick the glasses of very rich sherbet. It may be i 1tere t.. The Court I Under liege

,. Ti* %*, oA ona, -moderate..c"" .>land'Sttr fire(' berries 'from the, stalks into a stone may be mixed either with ice-water as .. the instrument was a chattel mortgage, sums of money and gave all the raquia-

ith.a: 'wooden' ,... :spatula,," ,- ,'untiltheis jar;':, '..when you have the desired a cooling drink, or with hot water as a and on the appeal of the case-Bock- its attention to develop the trade; but
" !. gai3eertti. +ely diMojt J)fow and i well vs. Humphrey. the Supreme after having' established. an extensive
j;: i w i ;lsaosntheflea t iuidtaksoffsCam.Pbenoold quantity, cover the jar closely night-cap.. Made in the)large way the ,
,, remove :..the..; set it ,in a large saucepan half full -of last trial by the writer was as follows: I Court of Wisconsin, the judgment below I trade B, C.and D refused to abide by

6-..... ;li"...>v ',,- ,.-ad.- .'to.:: ;eachqCoricsrr : .. cold water, place on'the. fire and simmer One box lemons, 300 large and fine ; 50 was affirmed., ''Judge'Caasoday, in the I their vernal agreement. In a suit for

:'. II.V' 088I; va.Dr:: of "'" for ate hoar. Now poor the oranges; yield, 12 quarts lemon juice ; opinion, said.: "Where the.language of I damages for breach of contract-IranerTO --
; :
contents of the into the instrument is equivocal, and the Howe-the defendants made their .
:: jar a jelly bag yield, four quarts orange juice ; add 48 "
'' '''Pat; ,- .two,: quarts- ,_ ,raspberries, sad let the juice filter into an earthen pounds of sugar ; product, 30 quarts. relation. of'debtor<< and creditor is not defense on the ground that the contract -
vrho b'
s'j&r'and; PoUrcmsr'1.hem+ created by the transaction and never not in which the
: r pan. Be particular to avoid pressing It is always welcome and popular was writing,
one', quart-: :*.:of the.,..ba" Jt1Whii.L Wiriaerorfi1negar the bag, as this forces through whatwould syrup.. at ladies' ;Fairs,. especially when I: existed, and the vendee takes and retains statute of frauds required, as H was not :;
-' oodt .
i'. &pI) e 'r' ,-. nPtbe'jsrcloetdyaad ,detract from the brilliant .color served by a pretty "Bebecca .at the possession of the property, and its valueis to be fully performed within ayear,and ',;

->f' ; I.let'tbe'oi.. stand" tolabme 7" for: of the jelly. Now add a pound of finely Well," in turban and flowing robes, not perceptibly excess of the consideration : they succeeded. D, of one of the partners t
en ri 'till bilesieve '
ODe'Wek.: (.Tb / into
; a to each of paid and there is nothing to' his widow into the a.
'i laid J: pulverized white sugar pint with rockery, ferns.and a never. fail died and came
.. ..,
.= .-. .{ ';Ffliquor. -o..t. Place the fire and stir indicate an intent to transfer the to from A'g
"' *- sofhireeli' : I juice. on constantly ing bowl of sherbet at her side. If you property fi m, and she sought escape
two. quarts' .** ;-V** ,*: .etzAieesinto a. until the sugar is dissolved andthe desire to give it an Oriental, Arabian as a mere security, the transaction /claim on the further ground that she it.

'cleaajar t t dpouEf' --"! raspberry* _liquor_ scum has risen. This scum must all Nights flavor add to each quart a teaspoonful has usually been held to be a conditional had never been a party to the contract. ZJ

over letstandfor' _ttiernr.cork. .,. 7elci' ltaDd.afterwMehfl11Rrt again be carefully r removed. You have nowonly I of.rose water or orange flower .. sale. If after'the transaction no debt The judgment -below- was reversed -if!.
anotbefeek .
>ie'.infuetonandiddsii-ponndsof : ; I to fill your glasses or jars with the I water, to your taste. J JI remains there is no mortgage, but onlya by the Supreme Court of Illinois. Judge it|

... warm ,jelly and when quite cold lay conditional sale. On the other hand, "
finest' -whltepulverizad r.Place I All this may seem a needless amountof Scofield, in the opinion, said :' ((1.) A cf

on ataaoderatb"flee: arid''stir sugar.until't> the brandied,papers over the surface of the labor but it is amply repaid by the I when the relation of debtor and creditoris .was entitled to recover in quantum mer-
sugar is'Completeydiseolved.' ( Now remove -, jellies and cover tightly with'paper or superior yield and quality of the syrup. '. created by the transaction, or pre- trit the amount expended by him in $:

f *from the fire'""f,'*take. 4.off" the. v scum- dried bladder.' and set' away for use. The seeds are bitter, and if any are viously existed, and by express languageor working up the trade, and the value of :

and.bottle.* Both( these-vinegars,'when CURRANT SYRUP.-Mash three quarts crushed in the squeezer, or ,remain a I ( fair implication continues, and the his time and services and that of his .:.
duly dilnted'owhh';.water, 'mate a most of;currants.and one quart raspberries short; time in the juice they impart :possession is retained by the vendor,and employees in effecting the object of the '"
agreeable; and ''cooling! ''drink, and'" one together in an earthen pan. Let these their flavor to it., So of the peel ; if I the value of the'consid the property is greatly in contract, and evidence of the verbal .
stand until fermentation begins '''then the fruit is without removing I excess of rdtion paid, the
which is peculiarly;,grateful in feVers. { ; agreement is admissible to prove the
j filter off the juice and add sugar-two it the juice is embittered by it moreover transaction has usually been held to pea
: RASPBERRY. ;'SYBUP.: : .-:---:Mash four ; plaintiff's case. ((2.) When the widow
( pounds to each pint of juice. Now it absorbs a portion of ,the juice mortga i of one of the concern comes in to take
!* quarts.of raspberries earthen
.., .. _injan ..pan;
set;in"a"vmm-'p1& e'until fermentation'-. .. 't I place over the fire, and stir until the and so causes waste. Lastly, the oil of As a way out of difficulty Courts have I her husband's place ,therein, and there, ,".

COIDIDeaC ,",Ut: Inentation, I will' sugar is entirely .dissolved. Then ,remove the rind, or zest,.tends to.cause fermentation generally held the transaction to be a I is no intention to make any change in

here say:, is'desirable in. order to;destroy from the fire, take off the scum, in the-'syrup and prevents its I t mortgage in all doubtful cases, becausethe the business operation: ), she must beheld |

the :pectin'or:mucilage-'contained'in the. and bottle. This is a most exquisite keeping. When made for immediate ends of justice are the more apt to i to assume the burdens and to take :a

fruit,--and:which.would -cause' the'syrup flavor with which to heighten Abe cool- use a small portion of the zest maybe I I I be attained and fraud and oppression benefits her husband would have undergone .1...

to jelly afterbeingbott'NOW., filter ing qualities of summer beverage mixed in but ,not when. intended for ,more likely to be prevented by such a and enjoyed. So if the firm, after

.the juice a u.ri4l. :the sugar two aY pounds: Lemons. long keeping ,I construction. her accession, continues to execute a

,of'sugar':to reach:pint trf juice.;" PlaCeon There is no more wholesome, refresh- A pleasant mixed beverage is made I I SALE-FOR CASH-PAYMENT WAIVED. ., contract made before,which,benefitsher,

a- moderate: fire!and stir.constantly ing and grateful beverage for family I I by adding to the syrup an equal portionof I II I .-A sold for cash to B 360,packages and the firm afterward repudiates'the' ,

until the sugar,:,is entirely'' dissolved. use or as an offering to a friendly visitor raspberry sherbert, five quarts scarlet i of goods, who, in turn, sold them to C. contract on the ground' that it' is not .. ;. .

Then u<:remove' 'the. 'scum, 'and bottle. than: a well-made glass of lemonade.As raspberries,two quarts'winevinegar He then attached the goods in the hands in writing, she will be liable with ; ,_ '

This iyrap,* like the vinegar, makes avery commonly and hastily prepared it is and eight pounds granulated sugar. of C as the property of' B, and C took the other partners under a quantum "<. a
delicious flavor r for,various bever- often overtart and' leaves Gently mash the berries, put them into meruit
> pungent, a them back by replevin. An action for ., ..A
ageL, dry, powdery taste ,upon the tongue. a porcelain-lined kettle add the vinegar I I conversion was then brought, and the FORECLOsINGMORTGAGE. IN FEDERAL -?' ,;
RASPBERRY JARS.--Mamh'a quantityofraspbettieS 'Besides, one has not always the ready and stir three times a day for a week,.!I I plaintiff recovered. The defendant' COURT-SUIT PENDING IN STATE"

in an earthen pan and add fruit at'hand when wanted. A little. keeping the kettle well covered mean- 1: carried the case, in error-Heller vs. .-A suit was brought in a'Pede-
of' >; ''forethought and labor at the while. Strain through a close flannel ral Court to foreclose a mortgage said a"
pulverized 'sugar one .sugar to each proper sea Elliott-to the Supreme Court of New 1ft
pint/of :pn p.',.j Place4 on the lresadco1L stir' son, and a faithful observance of the cloth. Mix one pound of the sugar Jersey, where he got a decision in his defense was set up that as there was,.at

taauywith:; a'*'aleng-hanoUed}wooden following directions, will enable one to with the seed pulp, work it well and favor. The Chief Justice, Beasley, in the the beginning of ,this suit, a suit in" if

spatula for't9ventyflve''mimatee. Thenfill have a delicious beverage ready. to serve. strain. Put all the syrup. together into ,I opinion, said : "The jury have found foreclosure upon the same mortgage in a_ ;'

: yoursglaeeee::or jars.:;with the warm the,whole year ron ut': 'I the kettle, add the rest of the sugar, : that as the sale was for cash,'and no State Court, this action should not ti 7

jam, and when cold:lay iTpiece:of :brandied : The midwinter months are the period boil and skim till the scum no longer !'|I money was paid, that the title did not proceed. In this case-Weaver vs. '
I -
paper,'cut'to suit; over"-the top of of, the greatest abundance, cheapness : forms, then bottle while still hot, and.i vest in the vendee, but remained in the Field, in the United States CircUit.

the fruit((this is done topigventmold.). and'high qualityof mosttropical: fruits:. seal. 'It is diluted with cold water and vender. But if.the vender in any way Court for the Eastern District of '''LOu- I

'Cover/ the,:Jars. ,tightly'jWith I .paper orbladder.and 'It"'has long been,; the practice in myfamily drunk like the lemon sherbert.A i' waived the requirement of a cash pay- isiana-Judge Pardee, in the opinion,

: set away for use; to make up at.. that season aand delicious sauce for waffles, muffins ment, then the title vested! in the pur- said : The pendency of' a prior' suit }

RASPBERRY.CBEAIL- A'quart of the whole box of lemons, with the requisite all kinds of hot pancakes is the !. chaser. In this case we think there in a State Court is no bar to an action in I

richest .'cream'wtitbe required for onepint number of oranges, into syrup ; and so lemon butter. One pound pulverized I has been a waiver of the condition of another jurisdiction, even though the =

of, raspberries;: mash and rub we have a,full twelve months supply sugar, one-fourth pound butter, six i i payment After the delivery of the two suits are for the same cause of' ,

the fruit throMth a', fine' hair' sieve to for household use, as well as for visitors yolks of eggs, well beaten ; four whitesof i.'I merchandise, and after the sale,of it by action and between the same par- 1
I to
extract the /seeds. ':Boil the:cream andadd and to send to invalid friends and egg, whipped a froth ; three ', the vendee,the original vender .causedan ties. We can proceed to a decree here 1

it to the p lp,1rIin"It remains hotweetsn'with .neighbors. We call it by the name i trind' lemons, the juice ; two lemons, the attachment to be issued against the unless the rights of the parties shall I

.$ -powdered sugar "to yourtaste. bears: in Italy and, the Orient,.where it thinly grated. Melt the butter property of his vendee for the price of be first adjudicated in some other 1
rub it
;Let become: quite cold:: Now is a common family beverage ;'In Araand with the sugar to a smooth the goods and had these Couit." .

raise /c+otli!by<,foaling .With a whisk.. bic,, sherbet, from shereb,. to drink ; cream. Mix the whites,and yolks with levied upon under the writ. very When goods the ((1.) LIFE ,INSURANCE MISREPRESENTATIONS I
,Take off the froth1 with'. t Hindoo shoorb Italian the juice of the three lemons and the I
a perforated ; sorbetto ; !I plaintiff procceeded to enter IN APPLICATION
skimmer,'and lay,:it'on'a hair 'sieve to French, sorbet ; English,,sherbet. grated rind of two of them, and beat to cause of law he was plainly in upon a posi- WAivER-(2.( ) PHYSICIAN AND PA-
drain.. '.Then fill,your:'glasses,'with the LEMON SHERBET.-The best lemons a smooth paste ; then mix the whole, I tion to adopt either branch of an alter TIENT PRIVILEGED COMMUNICATIONS.

residue-. of. .:the.cream. "and ,top off each, come to us from Florida, and the next put it into,an enameled saucepan and native. .-An insurance association refused

glass with- -;frotl.: *. in quality from Palermo, in Sicily. boil twenty;minutes,stirring well to. prevent He could have insisted to pay the loss on the life of one of
scorching. Pour into tumblersand that he
RASPBERRY., B ATAFIA.To" 'fourquarts Choose those having a thin smooth jelly was its members on the ground that his
; still the owner of the .
keep tightly covered. goods and have
.. of raspberries.. add:'two"qu rtB"of- skin, ''large. and solid, in preference to recovered them statements in his application as to his
"' Orange butter .is made in like man and sued the vendee fora
r f5spirits'' and" one'pound of whiteigar. health
.. thick, rough-skinned ones, which are : breach of his and freedom from local injury
$ ;''IDfu .in.a-cloae; ,vessel for one almost sure to prove spongy and dry. ner. .S. and pay for,them, or he could to waive accept the were false, ,and it defended the suit

week.. ;Nowetratnand'pressthrough'Bair '" a Select from those that have never been Educate your Daughters. stipulation as to payment as a brought on the same grounds. In the
8ieve'afta' which'. filter throughflannel a unwrapped, wash them lightly in cold to the prerequisite action a question arose as to the right
vesting the title and
bag mid bottle.''.;;; :water, wipe dry, wrap in clean, soft for the stipulated sue of the company to ask the physician

RASPBERRY iimY:=MIZtOgetheequal r paper and keep in a cool, dry place. Give your daughters a thorough edu course was the price. This latter of the deceased about communications

parts of:,rnaahed" raspberries and' This treatment removes any stale flavor cation. Teach them' to cook and prepare when he sued one pursued by: him between him and his patient concerning
I I out the
: the food of the household. writ of attachment
brandy.. .Coyer closely ..and allow ,to communicated by decaying fruit or the Teach and that I I his health. It appeared on the trial that .

standlfor'.twenty-four hours::,Strain andpr8. .odor of the box. The best oranges foithis r them to wash, to iron," to sew on but compatible, with procedure the is utterly im-I I I assessments had been made and received !
tons,to make their own dresses. Teach theory that
Sweeten to. taste. Flavor wit] purpese are those from Jamaica, title to the with knowledge of the misstatements.:
cinnamon'aad'cloves.' them,to make bread, and that a good property had not become The '
;jFflterthrough a and next the Florid s. Buy'them, like Kitchen" lessens the fixed in the vendee." [ plaintiff recovered judgment and .:
doctor's I
flannel bagTand bottle. the lemons in their account. II the z
original wrappers ; I company carried the in error-
**.''* "" *' Teach them that he only lays up money I ((1)) SURETY-PARTNERSHIP : case ,j'.
wash and in like -' DISSOLUTION Excelsior Mutual
.,.vCurrmnt vv-; ; L manner. whose expenses tireless ihan'J is income I I I Aid Association v?. .
-((2))-SUBROOATIOX :Biddle-to
.RED CvsANTdzLtY.-Yee the The materials and proportions for the and, that all to'1 I OF SUREI the Supreme Court of Indiana I
':fruit fromall. stalksand :;leaves', and syrup are as follows : Three pints lemon than grow poor who have J I TY.----A: B and C, partners,made their ,where the judgment was affirmed.
spend more they receive. Teach j firm note to C who \
indorsed it
add to them juice orange and I and it : Judge Howk, in the ;"
., : on-'Jc fourth.theirweight or one pint juice sixpounds them that a calico dress paid for fits 'I was negotiated. The firm opinion, said : ((1.)
measure of red raaptonieio; .Mash them granulated This will I I paid interest Although the false statements
'--I : ,.. .J" .. sugar. better than' a silken one unpaid for. II upon this note until A left in the
all" so; as to crush-every berry.' -'.Thisoperation require about three dozen lemons and a Teach them that! a full, healthy face .I B and C took the the concern. application avoided the contract of insurance -
of.rmaBhing .will be I'greatlyfacilitated half dozen oranges, all ,of large size. displays greater lustre than fifty the liabilities. In and assumed I by its terms, yet in effect they .

by making the fruit scalding With a fine grater rub off the thin, yellow sumptive beauties. Teach them to eon- A a ana. ,an action by C against, simply rendered such'enntMII.t'-- ---..-..... ''vntdy.hla.".....- ;

'hot Now pour.the pulp'into a flannel jel9y rind of the fruit, but none of the and see that the account corresponds purchase paid it, is the on defendants this note had, he, C, having at the'election of the association, and, .i.3

bag to nlter.placing a wooden of earthm -'I ,white ; the lemons and oranges separately with the purchase. Teach them I' C carried the case-Moore judgment. notwithstanding the existence of those

< .vessel,underneath.to-ea hthejuice ,of course. ,.Mix the gratings well vs. Topliff- matters, it was competent for the association
I I good common sense,self trust,lf-help : to the Supreme Court of Illinois "i
*M it tdddes 4ronghmBoil the tiljuice tare d I with four times their, weight. of pulverized and industry. them where to waive the forfeiture and
that a reversal
p Teach an I was got. Judge
in. a.bright."/,,,,,.copper, :preserving" white.sugar and 'put'.into bottles, honest mechanic. in his working clothes;,the'opinion, said : AS Sheldon, in thereby authorize and continue the con "j
.a.II wIDIo.Qf. ; white' J, sugar. Ito. which keep corked when not in use. is a better object of esteem than a dozen B, and C, after the dissolution) between A, tract in full force. -The making of the i
each plan of.jaioer remove the You' have thus two excellent and assumption assessments and J
scum pure, haughty, finely dressed idlers. Teach.' of the assets and i the receipts of their ,;
It ,forms.oittw,surface.: ,A veryfew ever-ready flavorings. cakes, pies, them gardening and the pleasures of'' A and B were principal liabilities, am untsith knowledge of the-- mis- c"

minati. ,*JeDy,' .wr l 4b! niay.be.ascertAined>; by else you like. it, music,.painting, etc., but consider j settled principle in ,note. ((2) It,is a
piacing a:litUe on a gal4;saucer,in coldIf 'Now.pare off'the.white rind,scraping, .them as secondary_objects only; Teach upon paying 'the debt equity of that the a surety the ,relation between physician and J.

For':omfloev, % ;'it:Z congeals ,in 'a it-it-clean'down: to. the'. pulp. 'C t':the- them that a walk is more salutary.than, .I is. entitled. .to. be substituted_ in the principal Patient lis confidential ; he cannot be .;' '
::. tl$ ,1 hIt&t: remainaqutte trait in,naif';,pick out all the seeds; a ride' in a carriage.TeaetiHtem, ,.toreject of the crediter s ;as to ail Permitted to divulge in a Court of ins- .,ci '
? tuidk ... xwttfn securities held tice the ,
guess out the Juice' with a wooden with,disdain all appearances and by.the'Jatter, and information acquired by Um in .r
uedWe, :irll.. tiese 1 > 'f"1an squeezer;and strain it as fine as possiblethrough tojaseonly., : "Yes"or- "No,"'.in'good he would'have'therein." *awne' .:benefit'\ the discharge'<*his professioBal' dtT 110 ,' .1
.-.'-: \ ; i haub a flannel;fl jelly-bag.: ; JUeanrre .earnest; Teach them that happiness of .CONTRACT :to..thepreJudlce clDJ jar his diet: d '
wives ia i ,;< rrakt. >Uristhey ; tWi it;add'to each quart ot.the mixed' juices. matrimony dependneither on external WRITING TO EXTEND TBADE-HOT orhJawpresentattre.l ? .. ."' f ,r IN
r bott,:l,.ti .iwielu&,The, ,M three oisagar -P: B'l"NJnUmtp..A, t' 1.11 :. .! t f t A
pounds stir it until 1t.
fx\oi _; it toa but ;
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appearance nor 'Ii.
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k ... t with,B, 0 and to'o Uthe d o. "
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{.'f, 'WMAT IS TH, ;;.USB :; tMr old lady,:as Mrs. 'Mushroom madethis 1 I the> oay'sdeaesa/ :;enabled her to doThis'ezhlbitloq .I Revolutionary*;Reminfseence-... *..--. The [Influence. ;of;;Machinery.. '
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", ;> !..'.._ ; -- 'nIt ,.-, 111' abnoungenientlvfli. : n" e exertion of .th" ,'"' -., ",', : df-of'! ; .j*# '-i < &;'T3T t *f* ... > '
What is the use of this inlPetuouaaat } -t lIT lnngs that 'made t iMtt'turn' Ted'in'tnaflee. I! (of wit and good bred' : .. In;Frai t pT4.1 i.a TOburb'oO'lHladelphia Fed. persons.realize'that we are living

r .And. Tbe board end is the-Hal certainsLet:forces us that take we"our:wasteBefipw time.,:... 1 .;.,,!'.Km> :% i|;Wqu7d be.' I've I I:ing( while it "fateh: brought a ,smile'to; '' ,); c.k'ofJ.an'pld anti-rePolutioni in a transition period, nd.th business '
I.. wrrdi. ._."' ... feacfcedats. ,golden. :beeri'talktng' :'about oiiningthese'doienSo -1 the lips'-'of: "'the, mother 'aroused the ary mansion,:stands,a little':octagonal ale constantly changing!tlike .
i" '
I; r* 'ISSF*? .-- "Hpfc: ** f Tears.* ; I 'sentwordi; ti1t ugh Hub- i I secret,'indignation!( '.oEle; Button' Summer house,''to'which tradition correctly : kaleidoscope. This thought Issug '

ft.; *'gQbatuthousoofrui'hingwithipentbreathed bard, Brother"Sam's widder=she that : .who grew daily more: '..interested in the ..points y'as the spot,where.the first gested by ,glance :through our: '&dverUsing' -"
< : A a ago. tfa furrows, its'white hair? I Fourth of celebrated/.. columns. ,'which', call attention,to '
Dor nes1f'she July was On
- '*'Wny .hurry; so welcome, 'Death; was *ihf'J would come .kind-hearted: though eccentric old ,. /
5 'Or go blf way,::with hands stretched out and keep bouse forme, I wouldn't wait I lady.' / the. 6th Bt July, 1776, after.the' Declaration machines. 'which. y if invented at the be-

.;. tocawl._. ...'" I'. no:: longer So here{I'am,'bag and bag One day Mrs.' Mushroom and I her of JDd"pen ence'. had been,signed, ginning the- lifetime;nf'Imany:> men

% ;There; **-'ue. 'Dearheart, if we but wait gage." : daughter went 'out ,to make, calls, Thomas'' Jefferson ;:and several''other" -how living,. would have"subjected the

i fV, 'All things will find ua the Let u"pause,I say. In the'meantime, Sarah. .Belinda- leaving Aunt Sally .in the care of patriots met,there to talk over the incidents inventor to a, prosecution for, witch-

if,fsToat; >We. cannot lies a go abort beyond. day's journey silent gate down the. ,she was christened'plain Sarah' but J Ellen. '! of the six days'just passed Jefferson ,craft. Take, for instance; ,the announcement ,.

|r way". ; 'bad found it to be{
V file let.us t&keour.tlmeinyouth's fair bowers young lady. of her pretensions-stood to find Mr. Morton in the parlor, a I who owned the house; and dur- I I..pany/that' advertisesra_ "me'.1rhlch .

?: back by the window,' regarding with .a young man of wealth and position, for I during his stay at Philadelphia, especially not only' :;paresDapplesv:but- 'corea. -aneLslices'themat :

6 f :Let The us summer look on the season stars is and so brief pluck at best the flow-: stare of curiosity the aunt of, whose whom Sarah Belinda',hid; been. 'angling I, while writing the famous Declara- ope" tinie_ :;: also, machines

I** errAnd .. wealth and eccentricity she had so unsuccessfully, for some, months... tion of ..Independence, -he frequently for.itint'peas.', taking the pits*
' when, our feet ;, let' us *, ." out of-cherries. iAnotier
grow weary
rode out to Frankford and ?! marvellous
rest often heard, but whom she had never "Dear me, ma !I" whispered that :
t'" seen until now. young 'lady, "what will Mr. Morton night with his maternal relative. Thereare machine is ;the. "Clawson, 'AutomaticWeighing :

oLet It us is the take one time sweet for love thing and that its"deUght pays for ;all "I s'pose that. is your daughter think to find we have such vulgar re-. no, records to show who it was,that and Filling1fae"tneguaran. 't ,

{"i. Xbe bi ternesa of life,for sorrow- s blight. Sally," ,continued the old"lady, .as she lations. And he is so fastidious and accompanied Jefferson Frankford on teed to correctlyoighand fill, Withthe
f For *In's'aespa1r.F4 and. ... death's" funeral turned her in that direction she exclusive. the 6th of July. The old citizens of the', aid of one'person,aA tnonsand packages S I
1 4ltn. t': eyes ;, !
\ pall._ -* that- was'named'"forme. ''Dearm'I I'Shelooks In the meantime Mr. Morton, whoseemed I place say it was Benjamin Rush, Robert of all'farinaceouIgoods'aeed' ,: ,or kindred.,
f ** that lostTera when the world was new, articles, hi one hour. Another is 'the
Ii ,TreatPaine and tie: poet Hopkinson ,
the picture of when I to have had ] chat ; ,
men's 'first pursuit and life'sexcuse very me wasa a.very '
Love :
was National Cash Register.: Another;the
Bordentown, N. J. Dr. Enoch Edwards -{
; pal !I" with Aunt Sally and Ellen, rose to,take .
\i Now has'that time'came back to me and "I'd drown myself if I thought so!I': his leave. ,who wale a brother of the great Jones Patent Capping: Machine, which
,ou. Princeton advertises that it will cap
x b.,. Why. shpuld- we seek for more? What is was the young lady's indignant com- Mrs. Mushroom followed him to the } theologian Jonathan EdwarJsof 28OOO.cans

;, the use. ?. ment, as.. she came forward, at her door. i l afterwards joined the party, and per day of.ten hours_ at,a cot nQtto exceed
t .. J informed them that Mrs. Edwards had I' ..five. cents pel00'ans. or Teasthan
mother's Bidding,; '.to receive the sound "I am afraid that you have been sadly
t Deaf Aunt. still ,some cherry wine left from last half the cost of the methods at present .:'
The. kiss that Aunt Sally gave her; "The annoyed, slie said in a low, confidential '
\ I a ,f :- year, which, he thought could be pro- in general use. Another is the
4 ---- horrid looking fright.!I" voice. "Aunt Sally, as we call ber, is
"*C cured. In the meantime the 'doctor j Jones Steam ,Floater for, t making cans
41 Good gracious, ma, do come to the "What did she say ?" said Aunt a distant relative. She .is a good old ,
soldered on the outside and there is '
produced the bottle that he kept for : a
;; :window; and see who this.is,"exclaimed Sally, looking from one.to the other. soul the, but so odd that, and is quite "unusedto medicinal use only," and the thirsty large number of'other' ..labor.saving
society we frequent.
.'Saiai'linda Muslu m. "Did. ever "She said," screamed Mrs. Mushroom novelties which remind of the '
one days
patriots began a free discussion of the .
"No !is needed madam"D.J .
sty. .one.....see-.. "inch. an.' antiquated, specimen putting her mouth close to the memorable events of|the most exciting of the Arabian'Nights. .
.of humanity 1 Just look; at the huge old lady's ear, that she considers it a returned the young man heard with a look father of week in American history. They' derived ', The effect of all.these cunning'(rnven- ,
surprise. "I've
.poke-bonnet. and ,that'queerlooking high compliment, for you must have- : my : no little merriment in retailingthe tions is to constantly reduce the ..cost.
cloak that, comes,nearly' to the heels. handsome when speak of Mrs. Hooker, who was very of productlon'and decresse
been: very a girl. account,of Cesar Rodney's ride of the demand '
he had attack of
kind to him when an
The f-Qflch.wfrTf fa taking off old hair
55 BTI "It's fortunate that she's deaf," ride of eighty miles from New Castle, for labor. If these.keep pace with each
meet her.
fever. I to
.I do believe she is coming here 1"Boused1 am very glad .
-,trunk: said Sarah Belinda, smothering a laughat Delaware, on a mule, so that he might other the.decrease in:the{:cost of.living

from' -a'comfortable. snooze inbleb her 'adroitness. "We caD "A fine young man," said Aunt be present on the 2d of, July,and. cast might offset, 'from.a.d. laboring .,man's

',..- she. always indulged: in after din- 'free our minds about the .troublesome Sally, .as Mrs Mushroom returned tothe his vote. It was even asserted that the standpoint.. .the decrease. ',the demand

: tier, by.r-tbeseTezclamations- ,'Mrs.-Mushroom old thing,' and she, not. be a bit the other end of the room, "and very mule was so anxious to reach Philadelphia forks labor.: But, is it,,so? Our impression

U- left, ,' .the. Aofa' 'and came to the'win- I r wiser." like his father. by morning that it would not stop is that it is not. Everyman ..

: .c1ow.*> Jl "Well, I dun. know as I was ever "I can guess who he comes to see," to let Rodney get a mug of beer. thrown out 'of employment by, the nse'
,[:1'' The abject j of these remarks,a queer- she added, with'a sly look at Ellen. becomes
_: called much of a beauty," said AuntSally ,The story-telling continued long after machinery a competitor in
: loptaf'old.lady, very_ oddly dressed, This observation completed the sum other branch of labor which hi
some :
-W a little, dubiously ; "but there ; the wine was drunk, and, unable to ,
on'the.side: walk' in front of the of Sarah Belinda's ill nature, especiallyas
fptood ain't, many gals now-a-days that can endure the thirst longer, Dr. Edwards turn, has the tendency to reduce the
{fk: ] She:held, an umbrella and aBiwlbok she was conscious that Ellen was ,
hold up'a candle to me as to work.I borrowed Mrs. Edwards' figured-pitcher "wages receivedJby the laborers. engaged
".. in her.hand and had areticule looking unusually] pretty, the. bright
t *-* r :_ V- didn't get up about noon, as most and went up to the "Jolly Post Inn," in that branch of production. 'This
."z.t";, oA e iUse.. strnf.. the color of her naturally pale cheeks and is strikingly1-illustrated in the
gals do now, drawdling .through which is still standing on the main grocery
: She WES talking loudly and gesticula- ad eyes giving to her a new beauty. trade. Machines: and skilled labor
iI; ,' rest of the day doing bits of fancy :street, Frankford, and procured some employed J
: her umbrella to theWrojwho "Bold, faced thing !I" sb* muttered. .
1 fflgTiole Jy with work an' sich nonsense. No; I was up beer. Near the State House, at that time, in weighing and.packing goods ,
the coach ."She and Aunt Sally are just of a piece.I #
J i was taking out of with.the 'sun,'and happy and busy as abe stood a stable, and from it came an immense can put them ,up cheaper, :neater and
tany number parcels and bundles,and do wish the old thing would go home. reliable than the-average"grocer '
all the day lODge Father had one number of flies, which Jefferson
. .: :.evidently. :'did Dot. ,know What tosake of the: largest farms in the country ; I haven't"taken a bit of comfort since then averred were British flies, on can' do it, while goods ready packed can .

i : of>her.f: The look of languid cudoeityhiMusbroom'scountenance- ,but help'was skurce, an' if there was she came. oblivious to this account of the way they punished the be handed out.:with'the utmost' facility, .

i plenty to eat, there was plenty;, of work Apparently quite I unadorned pates and thinly clad anklesof and freedom from 'mistakes, by a much
quickly jediatfged to one of astonishment benevolent wish, Aunt Sally began to cheaper: class of than the
too-which ain't by no manner of the signers. Rush declared that employees grocer -
and,then dismay. means the .wust thing that can happento admire some lace and white satin rib- Franklin never looked so quizzical as would otherwise have' "to employ.

;, "l(can'y5be I_yes it .is-as true as a boy or to a gal either. I hope bon she had been buying. when he coughed and said: "We must The grocer cannot only get along-Wlth
;r I "I mean to get some like this; just a less number of employees but also can ,.
that youv'e brought up your daughter hang together or else most assuredly. : ,
for '
what I've been wanting a cap. J '
; an' my namesake to work, niece we shall hang separately for this week's employ those of a cheaper, class., ,The
.. in
"Just think of. her,, yellow
i 'was rich." Eliza." i i work," while Hopkinson declared he result is a constant depressing force

,4 :"So she'is;, and she could buy twoor Mrs. Mushroom was spared the anything so delicate !I" said Sarah didn't. "think Hancock bad so much fun i bearing down the 'wages ;which: .labor

JI i three houses such as this is, and live perplexity of framing a reply to this, Belinda, with full a giggle. "It"would in him as when he made a great elbow receives, and whichmust, iiitbe- near

j't in the firet styleGrandfather left'.her which would accord with her aunt's look like a blown sunflower. flourish and signed his name to the future, command the beat attention of

'4. r' !a' large: property. and' so did her bus rather antiquated ideas as to the edu- Aunt Sally happened to, be looking document. "There," said he, throw- our statesman to 'prevent .extremes' 'of

,, ,- ""' -I: U that way as she said this. ,Perhaps her poverty and wealth in ,this country .
cation of youth, by the conversation ing his head back and laying his quill ,
; ".I. wonder what;. possessed ber tot being suddenly turned'. into a different suspicions were aroused." down, "Johnny Bull can read my name which all admit,are greatly to be. :dep
did she ? she inquiredof
"What '
'' -come here ?. There! she'sthumping' on direction. say without spectacles." It was long after .recated. ,The dfficulty the situation --

j( the'door with, her .umbrella 1-Doesn'ti The sharp, black eyes that were Ellen. silent.. sundown before the party adjourned.The is further. enhanced by. the ten

ilshe'know enough to ring the bell ? Do, wandering around the apartment soon Ellen"Tell colored her that and I remained said it would be house in which this I knot of dency of :capital to organize.into great
'3i go to.the. :door before the servants spied a pretty, modest looking girl I said Sarah Belinda. patriots gathered was octagonal, as the monopolies, which control the more

,4, 'lew her. ,Goodness! there' is }Irs. in "a remote corner of the room sewing. i vastly" becoming't speak?" said, Mrs. Frankford people call it, "eight-square." important forms of machinery,organise. .
Norton opposite putting her. head out 'Vhy.don you workmanship them into a system and use them as a
It is of Corinthian elaborate
= old ?
'. Mushroom, sharply, as : .,
afthe'window is the mat- means to tax the many for 'the benefit
what muttons
to see "Who is that? One of the costing as much In its time as
; Jet 'else her looks belie repeated the question. of the few. ,Associated capital_organized '
build modern It
I should sayor would a cottage.
T face of the usually gentle and
4 "Mrs.:'Mushroom hurried to the door, her." The flushed .with indignation at I covers an area of eighty feet ; 'it has .a as corporations,'which;are..practically -'; '

.- 4 John cot there before her, and, had "It's cousin William's girl," replied quiet girl porch and eight Corinthian. column immortal their duration;'already ,

; loosed 't.1Mi old.lady's ire by asking herS Mrs. Mushroom "She hasn't any pus" question. to do anything in Each side of the house ;measures six present the most important' political
1 am willing issue of the times and which
S with a contemptuous stare, "why didn't home, so I took hef out of charity." reason, Mrs. Mushroom, but I cannot feet, with the porch, ten feet. Little one, cannot '
be much Justice.
t:-Son' go to the,other* door ?" "Cousin William's gal ; come to and I will not tell a falsehood lAnd!, 1. of the original house remains, but longer ignoredYr... ... '

,> ? ****' do you! mean, you young help you out'of charity ? said Aunt [othinkitisa shame to ridicule, before through all the patching and renovatingthe :

'i:jackanapes, bjr>> telling me to go' around Sarah, smiling benevolently on the her face an old lady, and one so kind original pattern has been preserved.The Improvements- ." '.*. at
f& .the kitche door#" she exclaimed, I'm summer-house stands hi the rear "'' <
blushing girL "Very kind of her, and generous." I ,A German has invented a safe which '
F"th an,indignant. Nourish' of her blue of the residence of F. K. Wamroth, walls ?
sure." "Do my bidding, Miss, .or leave the i in addition to the' customary and
i'-J:>>etton umbrella.:- -- "Just like her father," added Aunt house,", said Mrs Mushroom, in atoneof which is off from the main street. doors of steel, has an attachment that

| |yoetiw,, as Mrs. .Mushroom was at Sarah, ,turning Mrs. Mushroom; "I've suppressed fury., Jefferson was fond of visiting here ; on being touched immediately flares'an '

"t..;.t-7;. ttposwe, sheS was too anxious to heard your husband say, often and "There is really no need,Niece Eliza," it afforded him a pleasant retreat from electric light'on the scene'and'it"the;

'"gJUad;well in; .the graces of her wealthy often, that be, didn't know what he said Aunt Sally, rising to her feet, as I the excitement of the day. The walk same time. ,uncovers a' prepared plate

'%"f ive not.dissemble it,- as,well as would have done when he first,went into heard'quite plainly. what your daughter that led from the back of the mansionto on which the burglar's photograph. 'is.
Y.. ...
;I.>, .y&tian.ah felt at her unexpected business if it had not been for Cousin said t, my hearing being remarkablygood the little summer-house was shaded taken while an alarm is sounded. _

!k rance ,ADdIh.succeeded admir- William." for one of my age. And as she by huge Lombardy poplars, which was Mr. R. H. Wad ow, a Brooklyn? Ga.:;

.. 1. ii. Mrs. Mushroom colored at this allu- has expressed the wish 'that the old called by the writer of the "title deed man, after,three years' hard*:work and:'.

She came forward..'' with. a beaming, sion to what she gladly would have forgotten fool would go home,' I will take the of our liberties," the "Dark, Walk.' study,has finally invented and'petenteda

.tIIRiJe. but her friendless dependentcast next train for that purpose. And as In those days the house stood close to new way of making shoes. The 'entire ,

p u Hy dear:aunt, how: delighted\lam a grateful glance at the ,good old"' you have kindly proposed turning into the road, which was known as the uppers ,of these':shoes. 'are':of-one "

to.lee you! John"take that trunk and lady for ,this kindly mention of the the street the child of your husband's "King's Highway,".and was the common piece, with no seams that touch"the"

Pai+ 1s'-uptO.ihA, room',over ilierl'doi'i 'father she loved and mournedN benefactor, I will take her .along with thoroughfare between Philadel- foot.. They are made with an adjustable .
-- --
; Aunt Sally made no secret of the me. Come, Ellen, run and pack up phia and Bristol. The New England instep and fastened-with buckles of,

r,The abashed and astooished footman, object in making this, unexpected visit; your,things. I think I have now found and New York delegations to Congress, his own' invention. io ?? *

b d Do.Jdea, 'that tnenew comer which. was'to get acquainted with- her some one who will be a daughter to me who used 1 this road, regarded Dr. A Turin jeweler, ..haa made a tiny boat'

kin ally 'may -related to his fashianeffiutrees namesake and expected heiress. in my old age, and use worthily the Enoch EdwardS' home as a "half-way. formed of a' single pearl, which"ehape-. .

., V obeyed; and Mix Mush- do all can to please wealth I shall leave behind me." house." it assumes hi swell'concavity. Its sail: .

.t- led the, way; ,to'..the parlor with'oy.poute "Be sure and Mushroom you to her daugh Aunt Sally was as good as her word ; The first public observance the is of beaten, gold, 'studded .with'
,t? expressions.of,her delight her,"said Mrs. tives she she ;went home that very afternoon," 'signing of the Declaration of Independence and the binnacle"light' at' the.. .,..
nearest'rel .
r.. : .movsis i t 'which sheinwardly( styled ter., We are the well she : taking Ellen with her, .much.to'thechargin was made in 1778, when portion bow isMa perfect ruby ,:An emerald .of: ... )..
:!' :awkward' and, annoying ,cir- has, and if you play your cards Mrs.'Mushroomaud gathered in'the Philad'su-: serves as it&rudder, and itestaals''a: .'2'.r1 "
; ... ;. the and disappointment of. of the signers ," '' ... ":
greaterpart : 1.
'i J: ;' tt' ..., will be. likely to leave you' a Ji't'. know her dangbter. : city ,Tavern.. 'T'he city ,bad just::been::. slab ot ivory.&It. Ii' ._. ..fi "' ;.. f .
T I ; ,
.' r: did, you child ?" said of her 'property. Rail by'no meanslessened evacuated:by the -British t so' that, therejoicinfjbad an ounce. Ira.prioe. >SWOU. '1f '> .
:' say, shall do if she'doesnt for we This feeling l' t: ,.,.., "".' ,I' .. .t .'. '. :..
:what we ..
: '
8aU,. .. )i,.>,Ufter divesting herself" beyondinooineCTer by':reading lathe paper a few months a double slgni8canoe. :.. : ,;, ; **- .f w' y' .r '1. ;:-
e ... .._,1.C104k and,lio Mt,"',she, sank down. have,beengoing'r T->; .'. -" ,,y ,later! the' following announcement:- After.the banquet.the people gathered.:.. In the'.Supreme Court. ;at Pro: ideos, W' '

',, .-e At 1r ed ,th&t' Mre.:Muh;., since- "you,came..!" -out., <; best to.secnre'fcbegcod'.opinion ""Married-In, Woodville,. at theresidence There was speech'making in"the ,after ,B.. .:LtiFa l ; A1pe" .was ordered ;tptarnish ,, :. \

;, !et'gp. '. the fire for lieracKf -: SoSI.1 BeUoda. did-ber 4.Aunt."Sally. of Mrs. 'Sarah!< Hooker, noon, and.fireworks hi the evening,;'the. bondswtthlntwentydaystq i ".. .'" ,"

.. a1tttJe oIM1er. ', .. with ,a, amount of $$300UO) ands:Mary Spragueto
,.l .'tF... ....: ) ;' ''- fined com- 'w' -Richard Morton, t-Esq.,.of New York I whole, celebration concluding .
:._' :;! .J. P' n" "'l' Cid' .f nalinghe. I. if4foc1tb1s' and the, hurrahs of the the amount of $80,000 as assignees
.. ;. ., ." : : ..'.. .' t'L-..,. : *..;.".:..' _? !Jij' II .;B i'..JlCuUarttIeI' City, to Hiss Ellen Dutton, ;Jof, Wood- cold collation Company's
.1'-.1- of the Quidneck t .
!'Jf. .
,... ",. .:: > .."J ,"$. $? 'to her face, which Yflto." ,people.
": cwordandmanner:
: 'IIiI toed
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' The Jadaomlle. .."Tm. ,Umon. :. .the MISCELLANEOUS.. ..
.l '. ... ... .,-. ., :
efiect of the Laredef of the Sapremeroadi "' ". .H'r- < -' .. .. LTON' .WHA.NN.: jO

Co ij: ni 1.e4J. r ..#. &W.:, .. '. .. !tf.. .: "--r. ". .:".t '

? -.til te to br 1ng'abont pOO,000an-: .11. :
nually'he81a IeTleeeer9'tThls:we ..
T :

t. suppose, to- .t be-,..: ->./' ..r.tJ,. >. >i i.iltJ) ._ .1.. -Sd ,-- .. ...\ .

. i V iT1 vi .-'> 'f'.' : .."..... .__._. . ,. .. I
then '
,' -
much 'YW I' $e ..,:&t1f: Manure
'-' ... p.. ... '--. IIrI-L' BL $QD Orange' Tree and Vegetable
nu l::"':bebii{ ff4tJP ;1itj Will : ; : .. vfr tk "

1 aliaar: ) .:" Oi" .Aaid WIll .ArlIJttJir eilaelp Mood Ja...atttir system to.....e months,, Any per. t

f Jfcff' <.* < bAtliiil fdol1m I a.o who vm. fete. 1. Pffl. each night. Atom 1 to 1*.wacka, may ha raatorod, to aonaVhealth'if PREPARED EXPRESSLY for the- use of the. fruit and vegetable growers r

teen. year-p *<*-tinol+ *aa1lliatl'hanillyeitorted.fl b pocst6k. _For coring FfemaloCtomplalnttthOawPill*have no Florida It will produce a heavy, but sound and healthy growl,ou growing trees,

.. have been....:.: +.cni, ::thegreat'bbd I, 'goal. Pb.' ;skI is lasts them in their practice.. Sold everywhere,or sent by mall for and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit. \

;'. ..Ofrtu.t't1. .. at .the''..rail-, I J 5 otatmstampa. Sand for pamphloal' 'L S.JOHNSON & CO.. BOSTON. MASS. IT WILL GIYE-nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth ,and in .the c I
. road:.aorpori>* *ti ions%* -tlV...1.t'fr; l"i:. and- this I CROUP ASTHMA BRONCHITIS.JOHNSON'S latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity. : "
. kniIMENT
'; as thei+ernloinoeOrl1noomp&tenae ; :DIPHTHERIA I tuMoaIbr reties ANODTNK these tensile fflseaati,and will tartan--positively- IT IS SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED FOR PIN -APPLE&i.- t.
': .. ulna cues out at ten.- lafbrautton that will says *
of lu jt.1.ri.r.officials. To theextertj&t ,
nt many Urea sent free by mfl. Doat delay a moment
. ; the-railroad.rwere: relieved pnrimttoa to better thaw care. WALTON, WHANN & CO., .>

: other" ."pr0ty:..i._. ..bnrtbened.... ., '.' -- ..I-P.'"" ..s..."- =JOHNSON'S I>teaeosa,8aee ANODYNE atthsLttopt7uonieSaaremeeeatf7eot6Wlwopha ,LINIMENT Us). CU fis1r Wilmington, Del. '

.- = JlIsca.1':;"' -> .,.. ,' 0IIaIIIIi t.cInaIo:: DJMI r7.CboIfra &JdDejTra lll. of iM Ask McLean of the sloop "Affn&F bring you a sack of thePLOW
:* .1< l'.. .. co.sono,1Lua. Captain
8 old 8eDdfotpamp\lIItoL8.JOIIDOIIII ,
_, ..
( "_ ,,, '1 .., ...' ';,' "\.; i...."**;tJ** *> :.. t.
:.ry.. .;. l-gi/5 "\ '" "t+,#","" :,t..: B U a mB-towwa fcet thai nmt of tlu\
.:." .. : "..." '.'. t.. .Bona and Cufle Powder told ta this
-/( 'W1 "' ':.. f"m.DD' ''" ;...uy la wDtthtos that. 8UrtdaD. MAKE HENS LAY BRAND. I
: .. ...
t' .. .. )' CaadJdoa. law bso7 pan u4.nJubIL ..
. t\ .( .." -.nk ..
.;: .. 'wlII mist i lay ffkeo' Ida Condition Powder. Doat.one tttipooond to each ptnt JNO. ANDERSON of Ormoud. Agent for East and South Florida. v
: ieooQoE2:: ;. bid. Sold a> uf.Uar., or sent br man fa76 ets.la stamps.| I. S. Jomnu r A Ca.Bono aUaa. ,

.. ".,,....,-...'<...-..>..... ,4. >-j-........:t;!I.'".. f.Ii. -". -'-.. .,, Eadala Tetatisary lUpoa aad Chemistao. +
.. is IbU .only,..fl &lias mat of the : I
) WOMEII hi. AHDCHILDREH: .MAKE H ENS LAY.Aa .and Cable Powders sold her are.'onb-
'' ''i-lj.J.1' { ijV. trash Ha aara that She .dan' Condition cOLLINS&COIHARTFORDEstablished
J'j 'jdverci r asks ra are absolutely pare and immensely
1h e.i learn"the
1. To read .. ntuble. Noth S'.F' on earth will make hens ha 7 like Sheridan's Condition: Powder Dose.1 teaspoonful!
,. .. .'.2',.,, a. !!f or.
ea. .. .... ..., ... 1826. Fa
i: 4iNi felt. .,r.-,. -.t". .... ..... ,,t'' : ..rI

..''J'. h, p';"zp cete'Buy, S C I'' A MUSICAL, INSTRUMENT ,::. \ ....-

-. that. will play any tune and that, ;
any '
iI'; :
) .B. $'Piace' to, Buy.F e one even child caa l!
.9 J. itt-d' .. IJI' operate. f ,' ,
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PIANOS t:.f.ORGANS. that The Orgaaette a_leap ydeicnpciov has faiaed cC such it Is a eat.r.esurr.wetId..ide eepatadae It will ..-.,!"f.,,.:.,,.I'I. '. '" ..'If. "
.: P ., be srbalt that k to a awe: 'ORGAii that pun r. .1..\.. # ..1-..11 l' 'to.t
'!r the sacred .
popular BMtfr.
'I't'i! Ii'.t soaffs. ,'' I
e = Asses etc.etc. It COU SIS of three strong bellov* and .,. \.. t-/ "'" ,
We will save you money, the I set of.-ls with UWBSSION box and SWBLU A strip 'J'f.', '.. i ,
s pease e 01 peffcntcd paper reprcscnta the tuae.and it to only ,0' (. '
very: best internment;.made;' you in .aecoaacy to place the paper traefa the tostroaieat.ai ".p' .......'' t'.. =7 f. ..,.
bewa the handle which both -" .
; the deal with fairly; and thebellownandtun op.. .. == .L. '
selection; yoa: entes tube e paper tm The per.fbratioBB ", .,I..'t. p 'fl' .- -cT' _. "r
.allowyoupnvUegesliaa" accommodations la the paper right reeds to mad and -

< which no other house In theUnion will d iperfedtMetoUttresiau./cr/ere, without the least kBowledge of music.I.< """"
tpttnd of the performer i cvea a bole child caa it FMANUFACTURERS .
: "' we" operate ;
do.- This 'we r
guarantee f M to showa ia the picnre..little riri plajriBc a sane aadaerpiayBtaie -. .
} The'placeTof all others,'to boy superb instruments ; ; *are"'Pl'the words. It to toned to the key .f ;0.;;;-- 'i;
.; best Siited foe the human voice to siae y. It interests and emtertaine I
at lowest possible ores. ,_is at both old aad,- .assists ia tniataff the voice aadATVOBDS OF
--" >h ar' a.Ludden18ctBtes', HOUBS OF sonar AMVSBXBNT. The Ornoetta Is i
tfoctlyreprcseatedby toe picture. It is of Nlill lMhHll-
w.,.ttclcor tei Ia gilt.aacl to both handsome wind onameatal. The '
_. ; $7 price of similar taiuaanits has hitherto been fa.and the demaad hascon.aUatljiacreatedmatil .
's''i: 'JJ" BOW there are over 75400 in use. WeareeacoDragedto Axes Hatchets Picks
&j .. 'tr.cr: ;.... !S ..: Si place tha Orgaaetta vo the market at this greatJy reduced 1
price*believing that the sale will warrant the reduotkm. .
; <:80UTHEHN.U8IC. HOUSE_ kIM The Organetta is aa imfromtmtmt though similar upon oar in constrnctooo-kaows ,
** ;* #.svtJ -c-tfF .'. Orgaacoe.which sells far sand fto. It AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
f. 'Savannah, Gaf. .i'rif& Yorh.: cantors. the same number of !
--' reedlaadpiaystbelAlM
ChaiQ'OIEBtenchF. ": tunes. OQroft' is this tOn .
J and .: -oj
receipt ofT we will
,**... iv4-: :;*:$: ...j?".."'\.., .send the Organnetta by express
addressandiadadepIggea.ar. PLOWSOf I
; Go.iGoWbanN.. ,
Atsytlata'Qa::' t worth of mete or on receipt

.:Ga: ,\t kaa ; Qa.t "I over 91 of.ftOworth ta we will of music send it..with... all sizes and prices from $5 to $33. Also, Flowing Machines,
Charlotte, N. c;,.. C. or for fa 6e we wlU send with .
..... Farmers will "
small selection of music receive valuable information. catalogues, i4..
Meridian x ,..Jrui.:" .3'Jacbormlle.' -r*"* 2'&a.lx '. ,. The packr.price... includes TiMtt frt boxing agtnf and* by writing to the makers, ,

:; under same management!:,' :.lustraments. .. GICIIDTIA ........ MftAdp. trie fast pird1asaeoia.appoint''town the oat COLLINS & CO., '212 Water St., New :York.ERII1GTOP j
nmi ami BkWMaw nvmiat .
& Address
'i Terms and.Prices precisely same The, Massachusetts Organ Co. Vt Wa atogtoa Strw. Boston.Mass* U. S,1. ..,. .. ..
'.; as at Savannah central House:.: .W 'ite us -- ;

.or.the.House_ nearest:&'.yon/"'.O.! ORGANS J.PIANOS' OELLOUS EDBER Sw IwLBULkr *, !\ GUNS ieo '-- ; I I


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Leading and Eel table;Makers.:'.Over 300 weed t .s' ::. .. I
different .styles! ;audl'prices' 'No other we ;- j

?; House in America offers such a.'magnificent T\\ OVER ONE MILLION MILITARY RIFLES : :
: line of first-class instruments. '
=*: I
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," ChlckerinR.Laddgnt, : F<'rr.t 4), Bates 'J A' ion, H a i Which have been adopted tad an in use in EVERY QUARTER OF THE GLO.'r[ :{ ;:. ;

i Mathushek-t and*Hallett** 'I j A:Davis- j 'Pianos y ; REMINGTON SHOT GUNS :

; 'Mason &;''Hamllb,.':Packard Orchestral, rte i
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Palace; ;Bay:"StateOrguns.Atl -TO ANYBODY WHO HAS USED THEM '

..OM;;JSA8Y.,TERMS.. The ears t asMttitat.
-. ssw RIFLES .
The 4i: E IDAYS ..
% <;>: -> ; t ea wnr srtemt. Haft taken HIGHEST AWARDS
: = at international Fjcpositioni, and PRINCIPAL PRIZES b '
W11t'oon,b ..here, a..It'l high time to Pleaser'el0 stls cads 1 Leading Ma'Ots*
think of selecting a present,for your wife. tltoxlta. Weoonddoir"Pt --

'daughter,sister or sweetheart. Nothing Imported Into this trwd.rfhl a Sea =1II ..*
a oU.
j4 can be betters or,;j more pleasnre-iilving gt Along is wear,Nagln WORra = I\EIilliNGTON 01mMS O{:;

than a Piano or.an'Organ,,:Write us,. or tg.aAaa9tttgirls ._,.

.. ..4 'our nearest branch house. for illustrated loattlou araM tgtNs !s > .. ARS UNEQUALED FOR .;, -
catalogues;price lists*and 'circulars giving ( eaoi a

t Information valuable: .to.Intending eases Loeb tea I Strength, Simplicity, Durability, Range, Penetration... ,
pcrcbasen,'and wimlngagalnst humbug

: Dealers'and.Bogus Makers. ,who are now 9osewlftawfi+ Me bate" Precision, Ease of Action, and Rapidity of Fire .
"ot + r "
deceiving buyers through famin advertisements tdt t .
and,false statements. we 'expose ease.bci .an o des .' {
such frauds lull) 1' Read our.circulars -i are et.o pms whist the
Address, 10 .al.la s E. REMINGTON :
)carefully. :
." I e t iases w o -lieu w M t laa & SONS,

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ln.wer sees u the re.as Xy: SEND TOR 1
y a of Ir ,sars'ex enc. a Be>i vrvwvn ILWSTRATEnf"TALOGVL ,
will b sea teas.wbo apply. All seed seat hominy -
;; tatiltshment warranted to be 6ah fresh and arse tosame.
4, so far.that should It prove otherwise, I agree to reall or> '
4 den gratis hfy collectionmost of TceettbJe seed lion.of the ,
extensive to be fooad ia anylet Aataiaa at ,
A.the STORTi
_.a tdtahedsprSCZellpp OhN' andtWM .
Bsrb.ak P.t.Mee,Babieh C.rar, the { ,
.. A 1ah.. liaAlehedCebhs. anda.coofother .
new v ,I tarite the patnaaee of the public. In the ear- .
f dw and on the funs cf those wbo plant my iced will be wen .

-;; ,. 1854-1884 JAMES J. 0. GREGORY Sod Gto ar. MarblehasIan.NOTICE .


OF From Enterprise to Titusville. {

County Court. Friday Leave at Enterprise 5 a:m. Monday- Wednesday- and The Best and Most Popular Organs -
+ Brevard County, Arrive at Titnsville Monday Wednesday
-f Florida. and Friday at 9 p. m. now manufactured.

WHEREAS Fanny A. Joyner, Adminis- Leave Titusville Tuesday Thursday and i
Saturday at 5 a.m. .
tratrix of the Estate of J. W. Joyner deceased I Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursday FIRST-CUSS in Tone. :t

late of Brevard county Florida, and Saturday at 9 p.m. :
having_filed in the office of the.County Leave From Dana to Titnsville., Wednesdays FIRST-CUSS in Workmanship; -

}PHILADELPHIA Judge ot said county a written suggestion and Fridays at 5 a.m. .
of the insolvency of said estate:' Arrive at Daytona, .Tuesdays, Thursdays FIRST-CUSS in Material. i
SmEiHIN Notice'hereby given to all persons and Saturdays at 9 p.m. .
Leave Daytona,Mondays,Wednesdays and
'EQUAL T0 AWT SINGER IN MARKET. having claims of any nature against the .Fridays at 5'a. m. FIRST-CUSS'in Everything.
a said Estate, to file the same,duly authenticated Arrive at Titnsville, Tuesdays, Thursday,
The above cot represents jthe most pop and Saturdays at 9 p.m. '
In the office of the County Judge MODERATE in Price.
ular foe .From Titnsville to Eau
style the people.which -we offer Gallic.
of said before the 3d day of
you for the'ery,low, pr ceof; $20. KememberVirB'fldiiot'askyouto county on or, Leave Titusville Tuesday and Friday at
March A. D. 1884, at which time there :5 a.m. WARRANTED for Five Years.
pay until will be a'pro rata distribution of the said Arrive at Eau Gallic Tuesday and Friday
you have seeoMhe machine. After having at 6 p.m.Leave. ;
examined It it uot ll Estate among the several creditors entI- Eau Gallic Wednesday and Saturday teed Organ of our manufacture Is onivmrm. '
If ilve
k we represent. suet &t '
pYe perf"&t
tled thereto, and the said administratrixdlscharge.d. at 6 a.in. n iu parucniar Our facctoyeaon hot lign n -
return it to tis"atrour'expense. Consult and mOlt complete In the
.. Arrive Titnsville Wednesday and Satur world and all of our < the largest
your interestrand orderat once;or 'send day at 7 p.m. a toll line of.the leadiiur Planch and can ttuniab any.5J*style fFlctl.y.flmclasa.a&, the We alaa UfO
for clrcalartafld testimonials; ; Witness my name as County Judge of lowest market price.
Address CHABLES A. Wood & CO.. said county this 27th day.,of_August A. I M r .SNam ur -We ont Ule redemous oflntrocfae ngoajoOrgana\broQlae t
P.1883. ,J.' A. )(cCwmy "I Son1h,and offer 1b
No.IT.KTenth Stn PhiladelpliiaPa.e ; i and Agents. Good &0 De.-a
March 8; 1tc:6ruK J! /, i. *? County Judged wes tA, upus.TAUS. ban 09 our 1Da umeIl&a.. Exeluaiyetemaygioanaz4 QeD can make mots.j
I u_. for catalocoes and pm&
: ,TUunUle,Fla.,Sept. 6,1833. 19 Eta;; 1. QDaumn teteL' Write
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; anppOBeywould be home this in the world at thiidaycouldnoteupplythe
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:;5 ; 'flitwllere1obleisWe ., ;!\' ''lI'' 'lrJ. ".j. / I take.To ,, ancient Rome,alone.: .specialty of
.- t" ;; ( winced v Long rambles in the woods to producing: seedlings and
; >> e:1gfaIn., .. : Patty, attthelshrill,sharp tones .
lthegol seek the
I "" It cowslip's early gold The. ,Greeks were, the first to :extract new kinds, and so::' ,them broadcast '
: And grass. L ,. of J.IfJI :Prudence ,Ketch D1, :whose And search for violets in the drake;, spread -
r. tae glv. is strength to till ?- 'Nor can'I. as I used to bend perfumes from' roses, and this art was :in. ',the mailbags (from Oregon
'I :
,";al ,HisuMswtensrUobrtoll, ;" (the.porch.before them. to I Where grew my scented pinks,.to-day in the East to forma ,
present, day *
And crowns our ByesWihpeac1 ,
rj ,
J Miss cast scrutinizing The creeping witch-g.au has its way.
as, -e+ : :[ a sharp, where large plantations are cultivated I '-'hereare, ,now in .cultivation hund-
"nr cJWi 1g;seasons come and go8etak .- I. glance at Patty,'then: turned :witha But wnen.my'door I open,wide expressly for the production of the costly reds of named v.irietiea from the
:: >>: l mWintersleep '. To breathe the.warm, sweet air of spring. purest
.':.' otprag: ) .'that we may sow. melting 'smile towards' the squire. The fragrance comes in like a tide attar. The .island 'of ,Rhodes was white to a deep:dark, crimson' almost
'\ R: j the time to reap; "I have heard that my second cousin, Great purple>> plumes before me swing black in its ,
F jitftil makes the barren ground chiefly occupied by rose gardens, audits i :velvety shading, .: :We have-
tf ; For looking in. close by the door.
' i vc *, "f&3Eei'aowiL our toil,with cheer; Patty Crampton, was keeping house for The lilac blossoms as of yore; name signifies the isle of roses, Rhodon even a striped rose."and, ,,a,pure.;green
l cKUgoodnestatill. in all is found you," she explained ; "so I made bold The earliest flower my childhood knew being the Greek word for rose, while one,and others withshaded, colors and

l r1i j;Throughout the varied,year.. to run over and see her this .afternoon.I've I Is to the gray, worn woman true. medals are still in existence in cabinets mixed tints>and'pure- yellows; ,:and reds-

4: What tho' the'primal cum be'laid, .been visiting at my sister's over on Dear common'tree, that needs no care. of collections which were struck in irlth4every"Jntervening:shade and; mixture -
a, ., He tempers it with Jove! ; Whose root in soil will live.
s' Muddy, and just got back to-day and any
E 4 The. very: curse a joy b made How many a dreary spot grows fair Rhodes having a rose on one side and a I .of ,colors,; as:saffron,. (.dreamy yelloWs
f For toil a joy doth prove. heard Patty was here. The dear child With springcharm their clusters give! sunflower on the other. .The Moors' in and whites!, pinks, blush! and flesh-
l And let us murmur as we will, ., must be home-sick: so far away from The narrow court-yard in the town : ; <
Spain followed the Romans in this color. A'selection'of' hundred varie-
':r' When all'goes not quite right, Knows thy sweet fragrance and the brown, special a
i"JIiI mercy falls upon us still, her folks. Low. hillside farmhouse, hides its eaves culture, and, if we may believe history,' ties costing but,eight,dollars,,offers,one
!i .>,--.:3* As falls the dew at night I "She must speak for. herself" said Beneath the gray-green of thy leaves. possessed a variety which exists '.now of the most" : exquisite: delights:of the

S: J- .*,**!> jBJJiawr, .. .(.Pa.) HOME. N. ws.i the squire, placing a. chair for Miss Loosed by the south wind's gentle touch, only in the imagination of the swindling garden fora mere.tritle ; while in a few

,'. ."4 "-1'*;-.* "- ,. ". ,. Prudence Ketchum.. Thou In perfumed showers thy blossojas fall; flower peddlers, who offer for sale blue years, by a little pains in .propagating

( "But where is she?" demanded the askest little giyest muc1R roses and tree strawberries. The Moor- by layers or by cuttings ''stock
; Thy lavish bloom is free to all; : : a large
; .... visitor And even 1, shut in. shut out ish historians mentioned rose culture as may be accumulated'sucient.to plant

!, '"Aunt'Cindy is growing worse every "Why here," said the squire."I From Find the all the first sunny flower world my childhood about. knew'Is a prominent pursuit, and said : "Thereare large beds. and' fll the ..whole. : space

I k;;' "..dav,n.;, soliloquized' Squire Berrian, thought you were acquainted, as to the gray worn woman true. roses of 'many cot carnation, around the homestead with hardy: roses,

: ; drawing J.'his eyebrows together in a per- she is your cousin, you say." white,yellow,and sky blue ; some of the which are grown as easily as'a currant -

y ple 4frown, "I'must really.write to "That ?," The Rose. last being blue outside and yellow within. bush or raspberry grapevine.

;j1-f.i&ter! ,Jane and see if she cannot, spare "Yes he said. The rose is the type of a large familyof ." This story however, most likely a And considering the beauty and delightful -

f'4'f' one f t} e girls to come and keep house The very,ruffles, on Miss KetchumV plants known as'Rostuxoe. To this fiction of a reporter of those days who 'fragrance of the .rose .and its easy

; ':'" 'L far nie. _**'The very idea. Its.a wonder' lilac sunbonnet shook with severity and family belong our finest flower and our desired to create a sensation ; for another culture,who :would ;iiot..'wishto have
l I iavethought of that before. TheIfirWiaust righteous indignation as she cast a most valuable fruits. The apple, pear, writer states that there were only premises' overflowing. ,with them?-

: be_all grown up by this,time, withering glance at Patty. plum, cherry, almond, quince! ,. peach, four kinds of roses-white, yellow, pur- N. Y. Times.

,.: and' ", t., "..". perhaps, some them.' "Squire Berrian, that's no more Patty blackberry, raspberry and strawberry pIe and flesh color. The Moors.practiced .. ,
of all Crampton than you are 1I' I all belong to this family with some curious arts such filling
1 Even little Patty, the youngest many as The Rope_Cure for paw ns-

t is-a woman grown, and a good housekeeper You've been imposed on." varieties of desirable flowers, besides hollow pipes like stems of trees with -Horse* .

,:I'U be. bound, orshe would. be ."Then, who. is she ?" demanded the the queen of the garden. Of the rose earth, and planting roses at the top, so ->'<*-*swH "-" *' v

'. 'no daughter.ofJane's.'!::' ,As for hiring a squire. itself there are many species, beginningwith as to form a blooming head,, which, by The habit"of' pawing can,: be 'overcome -
Miss Ketchuno tossed hex brae Nit in most case s by: lifting the foot :. .s:
: up
:bonsekeepee;.l'vehadenoughof that- the common dog or wild rose of pruning, they loaded with flowers. '

[ f going off without a,moment's warning, untied her. bonnet-string in her excite the fields and woods up to the delicate They.may serve as a, hint to modem and boldInjit up for a while each time'
: the h rSe.b gfust: >>.PaW'. To give the
ment. china the odorous damask of who thus .
f and leaving me to the tender mercies of rose, rose growers, might produce var- '
':_ ,old, aiint 'Cindy. However, I must "Who. is, she? An impostor, of I Province, which yields the fragrant and ious ornamental and picturesque devicesfor horse his_first, l'puton sin old har
course I Who else could she be ?" the delicious of the adornment of ness, buckle Ik strap around each, of the
f I !dt4 .to ;:Jane at once, for I. shall I costly attar, and roses gardens.and lawns. <
I .certainly commit..suicide, or go demeatedv "Miss Prudence," said the squire, our gardens, the hybrid. or reinontant, As regards the blue rose of, this periodit forward,fetlocks, attach a small rope

this state off anarchy con- sternly, "there is a mystery here whichI with their gorgeous color, and the moss may after all be no myth, for the five or six feet long to each? strap, pass
; fr '
g, ; will unravel if will the the ropes through Brings or loops on the
give me ,
; you: rose with its beautiful buds. The dog yellow rose then written of was not '
tiaues.r machlonger.. opportunity. Whatever Patty's motive known believed in top of the,saddle, take. the. horse. to a
:' (Having supplemented bis request rose, with its single flower, consistingof or until quite recently. ..,
'was it was a good one I am sure.'" So that ardent and I soft, smooth spot so that he *will, not
liberal five petals, is the type of the whole hopeful rose- < '
t ?:withthe<> a salary, Squire
vf feof
: turn take onerforw foot and hold
; formy "Oh, indeed I" snapped :Miss Pru- family, including even the cultivated growers may still continue to grow up aid
j J received prompt answer
r: '' .' dence Ketchum. "It's very easy for kinds, which have a great number, of seedlings in the expectation of gaining it,up for some ten or fifteen'minutes by

'"::: ..J SJsterJane."Pluo'nie'the; .' some folks to be imposed on by a doll- so-called petals,. but which are really ; a fortune by means of a sky-blue rose. .making- the' rope fast,at the ring.en the
? : eldest girl was married '
saddle. The object of this lesson is
baby face and a lot' of yellow hair! But to
": And the changed stamens and pistils that go to though we have not a blue '
( she wrote. Cyrena
: : !
teach the that
: But I thank my stars I never imposedon make up the double blossoms. The rose, we have a green one, whichis horse standing on. three

s M.-1 second,-was.'engaged' and :was making anybody in my life." rose is extremely long-lived, and trees more than the Moors bad, and so legs is til+, s ome.. r.'ucf' disagreeable work ||
: 'laeparaUons: : ; .for ;her" own' wedding. and also to teach him that. his foot is *'
"I don't doubt it said the squire modern times : ,
and bushes still exist in vigor which are may justly claim to be
t: Boxie. .bad, '' -been' sick, and could not' grimly, while Miss Prudence, mortally considerably more than one hundred ahead of the ancients. Everywhere in held by a superior :power, and_ ,that he
:leave home at ; but Patty the
present ,
; offended, whisked out of the gate, shut- years old. It is propagated by seed and the East is the land of roses. Damascus 'can not put it down without' the consent -
i youngest.. +., .,;might. go. ..and keep house for of that power.;: ;For him to' get
iei ting' it behind her with a sharp click, by all the arts known to the gardener; gives us the exquisite damask rose. '
I uncle And Fatty is the.best housethe ., these 'needs "to
ideas 'he
I like the sound of steel trap. Cashmere .. stand. 'long
a as by layering, by cuttings of the stemor Barbary and Egypt all con- *
f keeper" f" lot concluded 'Sister
;L ,Jane.;; ; "Now, Patty, ,explain everything to roots, 'by grafting and by budding.It' tribute the rose oil or essence, and ,in enough to get ':tired .of it, and 'needs
to do his best to his foot free beforehe
'! me. You'can, 'do so, I am sure," he has been the theme'of the most an- India' at the present day the rose is get
Vm glad. it's, ,Patty,,, after. all, realize that it is for
can impossible
said in kind voice. in fields of hundreds of
cient poets and has been used to adorn grown acres,for
; mused the squire as he drove down to him to free it. this lesson
; the Patty with the extraction of attar. Having given
"Yes.said supposed the gardens of civilized man from the the The rose
: the station to'bring her out, "though I the horse in the is
put place where he in
and cheeks "I fields of
brimming eyes blushing most remote periods. All the ancient Bengal are described occasion-
haven't; seen her.since' she was nine can explain it. 1-1 am a l impostor writers upon husbandry have treated of ally by modern writers in terms as the habit 'of 'doing Hhe .most pawing,

'' ..remold."That's'.: I as-as she 'said. I wad at Mrs.Crampton's the culture of roses. The Greek Theo I! glowing as the colors exhibited on the and when he lifts'either foot take that

twelve years agoBless me, I: ," she went on, choking I; phrastus, and the Latins Varro, Colu- broad fields. Here the rose bushes are foot up by pulling on the.rope 'attachedto
:. how ti e ,, only.
back a sob, when they got your letter mella,Virgil and Pliny have all written grown as trees "full fourteen feet high,
if forty years on next birthday ?" The object of this lesson is,to teach the
my ;
-and .seemed as. if none of the girls more or less fully upon this subject. laden with thousands of'flowers in all '
k It.was possible certainly,:for it was a would go to keep house for you, and I The twentieth book of Pliny's "Natural states of expansion and filling the air horse that it.is when and:only when he

fact,\ .must wanted a situation very much indeed ; History" is devoted to roses, and' with exquisite perfume." In the noted lifts his foot to paw that the control of it
t.' But' nevertheleSs the forty years for but of course I could not come only as they are referred to in other portions of Valley of Cashmere the people hold a is taken from him. When he learns this fIie
have dealt kindly with the .squire,
-as-as-" the work. The cultivation of the feast of roses at the most abundant sea- .will probably stop the practice; but.

,his firm erect figure, his raven hair, and "As my niece,"said the squire, gravely flower must have been quite extensivein son of the flowers, when they dance for him to get this idea the foot must

clear ,piercing' grey-black eyes might "of course." those days; for roses were used in upon 'the ground, strewn with roses, : be taken and held)long enough for"him..
; have belonged to a much younger man. herself who to realize that it is held time he 'J
"It was Mrs. Crampton profusion in the ancient religious ceremonies amid great mounds of them, upon which every
i.,: "And so this ie little Patty," he said, of it and she saidat wouldbe to In this in all
attempts as
first thought but, while the flowers were they recline when weary. paw '* ,

casting a pleased glance at, -the in tall her no'harm at all; and I looked a little extensively cultivated, the art of propagating At the present day roses are cultivated teaching and all disciplinary' work,
who him
alender stood before
a 1 girl like niece and so-" the teacher and governor needs a good
/ h rounded your them producing new varieties all over the world,but the gardensof "
; pretty,traveling suit, her fair, "And so they persuaded you to per- was almost unknown. Still, while Italy. Spain and France excel in their supply of patience'and.perseverance. '
I smiles andy
S cheeks dimpled With and be little housekeeper .. .
sonate Patty, my modern rose-cultivators have greatly culture. The moist cool climate of
: bta&hes. How Bought in
said the squire. "Very good, Honors are *
increased the varieties and have Im- England favors their growth and stand-
'S ,t'; '< 'And you are going to be my little indeed I am quite satisfied. proved the form and color of the flow- ard roses are grown there to, perfectionin England- ..

1 'housekeeper.' ,and order Aunt Cindy 4But I can't stay any longer,"sobbed ers, yet all our present profusion in many a cottager's humble garden as When Dean Trench ,was consecrated

lI l-;*" \ ,around- and take care' of your old uncle Patty. And I don't know what to do. quantity is far less than that which the well as in the broad grounds of the Archbishop.of Dublin, 'he very,properly

'k'i' gent uy" Fatty?" said' the squire road, as I can't do anything but keep house," Romans produced in their gardens from wealthy people. In America, the rose passed,'on .the.:insignia, of the'Bath to
l." they dictfe, home _over the ,grassy she said. the few kinds which they cultivated.So has been too much neglected, but it is hi*successor, Dean Stanley; ,at whose

tof'( :behind u a span of sleek prancing bays. "And I cannot give you up my little enormous was the quantity of flow- becoming more popular, partly throughthe death?however,,it was claimed.,by'.his

tr. -Yes,'uncle." said Patty,demurely, housekeeper," said the squire. "So, ers grown and used that the stories of enterprise of the florist and partly family, and,the country.had.provide

f flopping. her:.golden :eyelashes;' over a Patty--I must call you Patty, you see-' the voluptuousness of the Sybarites, through the liberality of the wealthy a new one for"'Dean;Bradley", When

1'o:W 5 |sair.* of thejrivest. eyes Squire Berrian since you are no longer my niece, will who were not satisfied with a less luxurious citizens, who spend thousands dollars Dean Wellesley' died, his\,Garter outfit "

t iA'1';'"""had ever seen. you be my wife ?" bed than one of rose-leaves, and for the flowers. To complain of thisexpenditure as registrar of .this order, was, 'in ,the
8* .* **How bashful'she ,is," he thought. And Patty, dried her tears, blushed used these flowers abundantly for this as a wicked, waste and same way, kept by the. familyand noo

1 ,"Hot at all like Rister'Jane. I never" .. rosier that ever,.and said'she would. purpose, are not at all incredible. It is reckless extravagance is foolish and was expended.by.the public in providinga

knew, r t0be, bashful,:Patty'Proved in my life.an excellent "And do you know," she said, "my certain, however, that the Roman gardeners mistaken. If any complaint due it is new one for Dean, Connor-*.... $ .. After six

l&HI Bashful or o uncle name really iSiPatty; ,' after all-Patty possessed some varieties now because of the possession rather than months Dean Connordied. anuiatnrally -

f : housekeeper; and: himself.her, on Darling !I" lost and unknown excepting in history, the spending of the money,for it is then enough,.nis family claim to' keep

{t; t never ceased congratulating : '.Tbenita1way8 will be Patty Darling, and which have been sought for by en scattered usefully among the laborers i his insignia, chain and, mantle .(an ex- -
I obtaining such a treasure enterprising florists without success travagant garment which never has Ito
Berrian." who have planted and tended the roses
; I Mrs;; Allen
should do when you are
"t 'dknow "what. I, even
1; v throughout all Italy. A king whichis and the workmen,who have built 'the be worn), and now there is.a fresh de- ; '

:A ., without ybi nowi' ;'Patty,1? be said.. : said by Pliny and Virgil to have rose-houses. Money so spent is like mand on theTreasuryfor; another< 100( ( .

"I,am just beginning to ''know what "Well, I never heard the beat of thatin bloomed send-annually, for instance, "the'gentle rain from heaven ; it blesses outfit. for Dean Davidson. ,Anyone, '

b home ibo' :bdv?: Ir hope you' won't'begetthj my born days," grumbled Miss Pru has not been discovered, although it him who gives and him who takes." In who, through acceptance of office, be- .;

.. ed'andgoing'; to..keep dence Ketchum, when she heard of the baa been closely searched for. this way a man of wealth is a mere comes ipso facto a knight,ought to hold -.

t; .:house_ for some other: .fellow.he added. wedding. I saw that' girl was a sly artful The Roman gardeners possessed the agent for the circulation of money whatever.decoiattions''or costumes his ;

:;, bltm Je t / : piece the minute set eyes en her, secret of forcing and retarding the for he can not enjoy a dollar of his post involves merely in trust. Decidedly :

a' ''Oh, 'no. '.Indeed I'! promised Patty, so I ain't'surprised that she fooled the blooming of their roses, and in this wealth without sharing its,enjoyment ,.nothitg'of the sort should be treated -

l*blushing at the.very thought., squire into marrying her. But to think continued the'blooming season':during With some fellow-creature. This constantly ,as personal property, unless it is 'paid' ,

/ ""The ohildis"satimid. % as a- :woodthtaeh Jane Crampton ,should have come all !, nearly the whole year., Florists did not ,}increasing demand for flowers forby. the'hblder.An '. ",ft <

,"thought.the squire.to :. that distance :to;superintend the wedding I'want{for?patron I&e In. bo e days, although encourages their production "and.'thus ...;; !( Tneywere+ seated in thevJD Wreath d Jane will never come half !' '' ustrionarecordr"; oflong 'and J" :
.. ,be tsm&_ the siBe complaints which we cheapens them and enables florist .
+ !PaKh :the ; 'of the brown help at wedding\ .' .' .. -, faithMtiiarYioesttiebiiefsummary, of.
ff a1ia4y''aide. 'Je' ,., that'distance to. now hear fofwere made then about the to offer a 'whole dozen if' rooted (" '"
H ,
: the life of a}Georgia.clergyman..
". = For .
$ olc cousin too. ;.
i ..
; herroatt'8 '
: of the "Emperors < '
extravagant :
"':>' :i. 4'' 'his.easy: expenditures plaits, Packed!, -.1wto' ; safely by nearly half Via.. entnrr.the .Rev.Henry '
r te agpirelt tBed .Hi : -have been a true
ids a and nobles of BonierFero for '
mail a single dollar
''' ,to
: '.: 'fPftfft' every person Crawford Tucker expounded the,tenets
;z ).&..: ..*. ...1f.. .: 0# '. f prophet, for'Jive never- -.did come. to>>heredding'for spent $10,000 'of our,money for who.'can>find the dollar,,'and what industrious =' of th 'Christian religion and'zealously .
hatiti. T ,
{ : .11)1 :biOia.1irfmmed j i*- 't
: ,. :: '
f"; l'OIeIa1oD for one fete while"a tenth : :can
_' .1if'rlT person not? And this performed the duties of his sacred office
-;. .... .' i iac;.:JiJa hadaD7.. 1 put of the sum spent' by 'oar modern I I badness has of late-years increasedso without receiving one dollar in .return .

t -,_, = her tp_ tofi' : ,Croesus very recently was considered enozinouslrthat then+ ate several .
.;}i, I'f, .., ,:h.i..;..;..; !t .- for his protracted labors. '.
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MMOV \ #' ..'- i: : ; 'Line' J. C NdR\YQOD: & CO.
-Andrew. GibsotthaVreceived_ .... asupply0f & fresh -';S .. '.; .' :... .>ot 2$' ',''. ; 3000OAflUT'6ROVE. HOUSE"- ,. !J'fl'.t. & Freight ,.
> 4 >
) : ;v <:: j ,1,; '".. -,'.<."' 4... 0 j i. .BETWEE.i. !: -. ..'SEALERS:
oysters. t "\ Lake Floida. < .. W ?.ale :
,: '. ... 11 Worth,. ,....... M! k
;0. ** $.>..r" /* Titusville and ..Salt'.Lake.Aregularlineofcoiiceyances IXGROCEMS
Admiral elchfsomBostonls. teiREAD "- t. 'I r'J -sTAPLE
)1 *
}1. ; sex: ; Tms'-' E. K. Dimick,. Proprietor: AND 'FNCY

'pe ted to amvein; iewjdays.:, .#' $2 for '. ,

Mr. pHy4ss;'p#'tKeTitu JHonae, This Houseis entirely neW'; ahd newly the"transportation of freight..and passengers Confeetlonerles, -+
furnished. It is now for the accommodation ,
IeftoaTnesdiyinorainfoi Special Opportunity open ? '
: Enterprise$, of tourists.climate. between the above-named placesyvith : Fine pbagcosand \. I

y. tobe; abeeitt- _eeQeraltdaya_ ,... :....W.J......:<" .. 1
-. "'! : f'- S.Pine for invalids; plenty safety and dispatch.Connects CIQA RS. '
=The, commenced her ,. :of a short'and.pleasant walk to the -i .
.fc :" *- --l"L'ihe.fJ 41-v.i i >* "t with all steamers running to
; trilis: CIIry > : SALT LAKE. ,f'
'. place'snd.... E.s-u'lWue. f>... . Behave phiced upon our Counters aline of FishGreen turtle, and all, kinds of V LAJIPS&Meal FIXPtJRESa; _
;; thafthie bea cistern of soft water. For of "I ..
-We learn hop vegetables, good enquire '1+ ,. '
{ the Mind Hou's'to' morrow evening. An DISHES AND GLASSWARE, Washing for guests at House. 24tf E. H. RICE, PROPRIETOR.SPORTSMEN'S WOODEN & TINW.iREi

excellent lime'is anticipated By) all ALSOHOUSEHOLD Rates, S1.5O Per Day. EMPORIUM.

aiesartu: Barn bam t'Yi S tB&i;' ," GOODS- Arrangements by the Week or Month. It. C. ,SCRmGEOUR, Corn
: aftrti K'i>'*v-i'** tJ '% % Ji
.nanaEiveramTedvintown. ,diinng last ,&. USEFUL NOVELTIES. TO BE SOLD Naturalist and Taxidermist.ilavinsgbt .
'i week>Aithaloadtira# gesfor8hrpping.M ; CHEAP. The Sharpie, "Illinois fairly: settled in ray new store, Hay
-? rkfiCfff"t ;; r'i'*<-.p* -- comClrnln'strect and Washington avenue, ,
;' /BJC.. : :Bcriraieour, :and" *Mr."Mac-' : In order to make rooni for the arrival making regular trips between Indian River I will be pleased to show customers the following
\ -
HU' MR v -5 > *j' i-- ijt /""* I
L addition and Lake Worth will land lines of goods:
kenzie are.both building'quite ant :
;: ;r, HOLIDAY GOODS. BIRDS mounted in variety. .
the House. tf32 great Oats Etc.also
[c to their,placea'of business.: ;Let': theimprovements'aolitinme. I .
;*-" We cordially Invite an inspection Dissolution Xoticc. Sportlwj goods of every lord for the men thai
: !;
.. of shoot and h. Oilstones a fffdaily.Faints .
W. M. Thomas & Co. is agents for .*
-ColS;:J VPritcbArd i.ld lady;of New The firm of ;
mutual Oils, Brushes, Hardware, TableWare '
this dissolved
: BARGAINS consent.W.
THEToo day by
York arrived here..Tueeday afternoon. Jacob Reeds'
M. THOMAS Razors, Pocket Knives etc. o SonsJ
'to I .{winter season ( numerous to mention in this space,) .
They. expect : c! : ** J. C. SA. Dn ORD. A choice line of Staple tfr Groceries.
.,;f' with Hi'JasaPritchard.The : '.- ,And are confident that the *We have this day formed a copartnership ORANGE WINE, Home manufacture, -

> S'r'wilhnot'be next under the firm name of Sanaiford & Samples to be seen at storeNOTIONS
mailed LOW JUICES and of
Vintage: ? perfectly: pure exquisite:
i : English, all debts due or contracted by bouquet. Sic Nacs and Curiosities in great.
week until Thursday evening' instead of Plainly marked on.the Goods will insure the above firm will be settled by us. variety. As of old what you can't flnd in the : ,
'. Wednesday: 'Thia'delay is. '.occasioned y J. C.S.\ DIFOr.D other stores,call on R. C. S. and you will>o I
QUICK SALES.This sure to get suited. SJj-1 DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS
the. absence ofth Managing Editor.Remember M. E. ENGLISH.In ,

-= tiiat :Norwood's Hack is a CHANCE seldom t OFFERED, retiring from the firm of W. M. A.. L. HATCH:, GEnts' Ciothill! & rri1is all! Goods: ; :
Thomas& Co. I return thanks to the
and a visit to our Store will convince you my March 1st U tf, >>
.' line wiUcarry'"yoato-weekly: to. Enterprise public for their liberal patronage to us DEALER IN
coruiecting'with the Stl: Johns River of the FACT.Respectfully and ask a continuance for the new firm RO.CKL'EDGE HOUSE." j

: steamers'fdt idcsohyille:: .'Fare to of Sandiford & English. GROCERIES, .

: .Enterprise,,. jL; Titusville, Nov. 24th, 1883. PROVISIONS, Location West shore InduatRiver ..
: Rcckkdye, ,
Titusville Fla.
-A postal frompt sin McLean states
.: Tax-Collector's Notice of Visits. DRY GOODS, Florida. 4'
that he is hlswayoTdianBiverwitha ,
on : m w w
will be at the following places for the
large stock. 'I of goods,'ofJ- : .ejery description purpose of collecting the tax for the Hardware and General hero aldiso, Open from December 1st to .

including \largVlot!' pfj]i 't Christmastoys C. J. HECTOR year 1883, viz: CITY POINT, FLO1UDA.March Elay 1st. .

etcj"'Be'prepaied, ; (oruithe, "Ag- SECOND KOUND.Bassville S. 4w 43 .

o %J eS".' when. ahearrises... j Hardware and Monday, ......Dec. 10, S.J.HODGES, OTTO H. VOSS, on Rockledge the famous is Indian most beautifully River which situated for
-t"; Lake View, Wednesday,.... 12, Ulencov,Fla. Titusville, Fla.
.: A call u for-a"T. icher'Unstitute' ,from. Fort'Drum, Friday,.. ......" 14, TITUS HOUSE the beauty of its scenery, the variety and

our school super teiidtint"Df%A. Brady, Crab Grass, Monday, ......." 17, quality of its fruits and the equablenessof

)was not reoeiped Jn time publication General Produce LaGrange, Monday, ........" 24, Titusville, Indian River, Florida.aThe its climate, is unequalled the State.
Titusville .... ... '* 25 above is The House, in all its arrangements, i is
will Tuesday, strictly a First-Class
thi3 week, but appear in pur next. strictly first-class, and is reached by
IlauloverWednesday21i, Hotel, pleasantly situated on Indian .
The .Institute\opensAOrange,'Jan. land Burnham's Friday, ....... ." 28, River, 250 miles South of Jack- :steamers on the St. JohnVRiver

will continue_one,week. I Melbourne Florida City Point, Monday, .....".." 31, dUe, Florida.To H. P.WILKINSON, Proprietor. .

) -Lord Parker,and lady, 'of England November 10th-1SSO. ft 47 Carter's, Wednesday,. u u.Jan. 2, 1884
the Pleasure
Seeker 32tf
Eau Gallie, Friday, ........" 4, Sportsman, and ] J. AV> YOUNGER,3Ia iagger.
and ar1\Yehere.'I8st. Invalid this House attractions
servants Thursday Barker's Bluff YO (l'7" presents
;' ;- SANDIFORD & ENGLISH. nowhere else to bof'found in the South. NEWSPAPER
'evening. They .transportoutfit Fort Pierce, Wednesday,.u." 9, ,

with'several ox teams and expect to mak D. W. McQuAiG, Excellent hunting and fishing in the im- Subscription .tgeiicy.

1; their headquarters .during the winter NEW CASH STORE, Tax Collector, Brevard County, Fla. mediate vicinity. Pleasure boats The undersigned having opened a.

near-the.everglades. This.is the third We are receiving by every boat New .Titusville, Oct. 25, 1883. for Touristsalways .
ten clU1
\' trip he has.made i to Indian Rlyer. : Goods which we are selling at Rock Dot- The his cc. NEWSPAPER\ SUBSCRIPTION AGEffiT
NORWOOD'SFast manager assures :: Guests all the com
tom,prices for CASH. forts of a home at moderate rates. 1Wi11 be
-:. :' Our-columns present.two-new hotel I pleased to receive subscriptionsto

,: .advertisements. ,'.tiius, weeki 'Tiz'that_ : oft We believe in the old adage: "Short !I Hack Line Ol'EXLL II. TOSS TIlE YEA1'ROUD.OTTO Proprietor.October 'any
make friends" but Cash
.f s long
the Rockledga House; and the ,CoconnnGrove 23. 26
tf. Periodical or Newspaper published.
trades make friends.
longer :: ., .
House Lake'Worth. Rockledgo '
at The
; Opened for the Season. .-o-

f House i has been.opened.for several 't Come and see for yourselves. The Cheapest and Most Direct grA. man who is interested in his own Save time,'trouble and expense by apply- .

? successful-seasons'and is a fu t-class house SANDIFORD & ENGLISH. welfare will be pleased to know that ing to CHAS. H.XAUMAX,

in every.respect The; Cocoanut,hovHouse e ROUTE *
Subscription Agent,
is November 29. tf 29
," entirely new ;newly furnished, To Titusville and Indian: River. Keeps the finest oysters to be found in Haulovcr P. O., Brevard county, Fla.
and the name of its genialproprietor: assureS
House :
it success.' Tropical J. M. Dixon
Alargenumberofourcrtinzes attendedthe I
: }
opening.and'reception of Mn; G. W.I THREE trips weekly between the ST.
Mackenzie, at the Cottage' Restaurant, JOHNS and INDIAN RIVERS. Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. Dealer in

I last.Thursday:evening. The..features of Indian River Florida. Leaves Enterprise EVERY Monday; Wednesday Bakers Bread always hand. .: Drugs, Medicines, Chemcals: ,

the ,:evening ro"a pronounced success. and Also a fi t-cl'1.8 Barber shop attached: Fancy: mid Toilet Articles. ,
Friday Morning, arriving at
First in:the number
large that were
present :Mcul.sat nIl hours from
S. RYDER ; 3 a.m.to U m.
*;;: second.th'every 'polite attention Titusville the SAME day. Parties tlesirng to leave on morning p.mail Perfumery, Dye-slnffs, Pails, Oils,
bestowed them and last but least boats and hacks will please note this.Ct .
f Owner and Proprietor. _-. Varnishes brushes,&almost everything
i: in'the'varied.delicacies'. substantials IRetiirningLeaves
\ anjl -o T h--Out&Retu.mtow1&b kept by a first-class Drug House.'
t )vhich4! 'were prepared for them, and with' *This House is('Cntrnll"ltedit Rock- Titusville EvJRY'1'uesday.Thurs- S=tl1 fi uw Any drug, medicine, or instrument '
'\which they were'well pleased. See .new ledge, in the far-famed Indian River re- day and Saturday morning, arriving at Ip; iD Mau MGOne uncetePnaq needed by customers.
; 4 advertisement'this week.' in te namty. Either and
not on hand, will be ordered.
Enterprise in the evening.-Address t&1I' yoall&lnGrewl1rilhS&...
*- -" i / '>Ie** gion of Florida and possesses all the advantages Prescriptions

p* :* __ ;,:HoteLArrivals; of Climate, Health and Pleasure W. S. ,Norwood, AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST, or day with accuracy carefully.anti compoundednight dispatchby
: -. For. .&e, :veek* endingTuesday. Dec of this newly developed region of Florida. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. competent persons. Jy3G
; 4th,1883, :., ; : As Good as the Best!
!'i; Salt Water, Boating, Fishing, Oysters, THE 1
I Pet rFisher: ; C KCaritine; C H Ga r- Hunting, Rocky Shore, Superb Scenery, PRITCHARD&MAY, If you are in want of anything in the .

vey, Rockledgc,FJa: C H Nauman,Haul together with the finest Oranges,Bananas, OFFER FOR SALE : Tinware line call on commanded by .

over, Fla.'Owensby.N Ga. EM Brelsford Pine-apples and Guavas, are some of the CAPTAIN JOHN MCLEAN, :

fe. Lake.Worth FIa: S H. Ray,',City;J C No r- advantages to be found in this favoredlocality. Business, Residence Lots, F. C. Allen, Makes regular trips 'on Indian Kiver. ;
wood 'City-.Point, FJa.'M O Bun SHE CARRIES
hamHenryWiUwnCanaveral:; 'Fla. M .". and Dwellings in GWIb ana, : : Florida.o .

E English,.EHRUxyOTllice. City; A RATES, $2.50 PER DAY.Arrangements -o-- Groceries,Dry Goods, .
| R Hodgson, HW. Hodgson, D Kay, J TITUSVILLE.Also Canned 'Goods,
McAllister, Eau Gallie, Fla. Seabrook&i!1iM rTitts"Island'Fhu D t.* '' Sth lS>3. 2S Cm Unimproved Lots In will make it for you before you leave.A and Shoes, iLadies

I Brainard'Eau Gallic Fla. '% ? : stock of first-class Shoes in great variety; Prints.all
mue'IIOUa8.T 5 Established Indian River City. ware always on new patterns at low prices..
+ ? 1878. hand. Repairing done on short notice.
4, ::R. Chapman. Indian; RiverrFjW. I: j ?"Have a large list of November 1st !Si3. Cm 27 Ready-made Cloffiini Met Mete
I I'f ,
Sheffield and wife .,Minneapolis, Min Ir,: ,
O A Jewett and' "wife Richmond, 'VViscountPirkerViscountessPhker a. o Eggs Wanted KOTIOXS :..X j
Be it known to the people Orange Groves .
with 'For the '
'f cash only. .
1 T Darker,-John Osteen and George Phillips of Indian River and vicinity After December 15th, the highest market March 15,41_Cm.PIONEER.

servants. 'MnfM.AvSmith,. Ricliard thatO 0 ON HIGH HAMMOCK & FIRST-CLASS price will be paid for fresh eggs. Also s 1
wanted, 50 head of COOPERAGE.Syrup :
McCarthy/OaHI1l1.k'la.:, Vf M,Lure] turkeys and 150 headof

New Smyrnt4'FLq.: W H'.A"fryRRRob1D S. HYDER 'FIXE LANDS, chickens Address H. J. FAULKXEK; Barrels ,$2.50.(
] Atlantic House, Oak Hill Fla.!
n,'La Mar/Jo.: ,,Frank Forster, New ,
Haven,1k\V; OteveIandRockledee Fla. .. -Which we are offering at- Gauged to order ten cents._extra. .

'V.T Boyd. ..E,$ Stiles;.Lyngille, Tenn.i has. again returned from Stereoscope Views. C. O. B.. .
; ;.i----------- New York and offers to the BOTTOM PRICES. CHOICE SUN HUNTS OF TROPICAL FL.\.

Orange Box Straps. public the \ Furnished to all who apply to Honey Barrels, and' Oval I Water
I am prepared fo furnish PINE-APPLE LANDS -
Breakers .
hrties :

-orange wanting boxes them.will in.quantities find ,some to suit at Headquarters Largest$ and Host Complete Assortment First Quality At Low Figures. .- I Jupiter Light House, Florida. From : .: .$2.00. : ,; .Up. l.

store.at-aU time, Vie ls of Yachting parties made '
I, .-, C) O Several Large Tracts Of to Tanks
t ).. J'-: '' JJi'l EL. of goods in the county, con- order- 27yl and ;
jf: tty" Goods cheaper.thah'ever;"sold by sisting ofGENERAL I HEAVY HAMMOCK LANDS.well _- all kill1s.. COOLER:?.RK to order. j

, < ;4\\ MJSS.L.MENDEL.. : FOR ; .
":1. '.' .i..,.. -. adapted to '' LaGrange t- j
For Sale.' I MERCHANDISE :' ;. : )V> lorida.LTJluBERi .
t. The SIoop 'Yacht'lKoae. Enquire' of: I Sugarcane,Ronanas'and Early vegetables. Hbckledge Line.The : '.

\ Otto Voss.Titus HouseijTitusville .-, r of every description. It is I Also unimproved Lands in all .secf Steamer, "ASTATULA," -

C{ Tla.::Nov. 29;/i.883. :4w not necessary to quote prices Will and Will be furnished to order on short noticeat

:. :' -. Sbw or name kinds of goods, but I tions of the county.A Monday Lake 1'oinactt Thursday Landing morning at 9a?m everv. for 818.00. per thousand.

,. Wanted. whatever you ma.w call .. and wagons for ockleAlge connecting and POints with hacks LUMBER & SHINGLES
250 Bushels Best Indian River Oysters. ri" ,9r-sendto. ,FEW. VERY. -... DESIRABLEHomesteads. Kiver. Boats at Uockle lRo for all 011 land InlUan ".
<,-. r ings on Indian River, '
Parties ana Lake .
Worth.RETURXIXC Always
dgsiring to. contract for the abet I I on hand. i
,". .r .U.. .T,"- RydRockledgNo
'. ..... .F A 4 : i. Will leave the .
Parties to purchase
'' having money mortgages Lauding at Lake POinsett
I House, Oak'HilVFlii.T" r .*':, trouMejp show'goody Kind attention ,.will find safe investments on undoubted -' ery connection Tuesday at and Friday at-I p.ID.making c.Jose ev I/TIMBER !, _
'I to all and ORe price.' Go to the old stand atSockledge securityReat dally line of steamers for and .Eate"prts6. with wm be furnished to'
Cotta Il : a. JacbonT111o onler.onshortpotice'at'813Oo
c &TN l/ a.n4ol ,
anrdllt 1l '
Ro01 l.f dor don'tsee points north and
,(U yowself. 'If you west by rail: pet thosaua'' Tlressed. lum-
FOB laDI AND GENTS ,what leant ' you C'apl. Joe Smltl ;Maii.r'' ; .ber from$20.00
i ), : ) to 8 t,0Q; per thousand.LrOM'ER .
: .
Estate in our hands sale
(Parkinson Place.f placed for. '
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Id-rA'eaili uae.. tit GbodtFor. 'i RYDER, i exchange,'br 1'u to'let, will receive prompt: \\Sote-TakQ ViNltoiAif tha Saturday, agent at& ford: : ., : a.'SHIIL S.eilru -. .

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