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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 1883
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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': IV. ; TITUSVULE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY DEC. 13. 1883. NUMBER 33.

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: *Jf4f.UAKITE.S.. l' tions,called ring-doves.. It is a well BURNED. From the Times-Union,Jacksonville Fla. WASHINGTON LETTER..
t A :" known fact, that birds thrive beet, if' allowed A BUSINESS MAN'S BOOK.

Thanksgiving was duly observed by the :plenty of room to exercise in, and The Fred'k DeBary Burned to the (From oar regular correspondent.). .

guests at IIr.Bolton's Hotel in old fashion as these "dickies"are "too awfully cunning Water's Edge. A Work ot Genuine Value Now Nearly WASHINGTON% D. c.,Dec 1, 1883.,

; | causing all who were so fortunate as for anything know1' and require .Frank Wooten the watchman: statedto Ready for the Public. A bright sun shone out yesterday mor- .
you.
g be to recall recollections the Herald this that We have seen the advance sheets of to
to present many the sedulous has reporter morning ning inaugurate Thanksgiving day.
most coddling, a ,roost I
of their youthful days and the result of beeen fixed up over the bed of :the host about 2:80 this a. m. one of the colored ;. about one-half of Messrs. Crushing &. Appleyard's ,The air 1f88'cold"and crisp and those who

their indulgence in turkey pumpkin firemen forward to fire the Florida State Gazetteer and first ventured out in the
:' and hostess for the safety and comfort of came up engine early morning
: and pies and other for the While the fireman Business Directory and do not hesitateto had their
mince apple indigestible the "pooty; e sings." Recently the trip to-day. overcoats wrapped closely around '

concoction, which was invariably lady in question paid a visit of I was at the engine he(the watchman) give it unqualified endorsement as a them. Bright faces and a generalair

' followed by attacks of dyspepsia and pills.Mrs. to her and matter ceremony ofcourse i went aft. The fireman went into the oil work of genuine merit and value. Hav of jollity characterized the people who
,new neighbors as a
Bolton fully sustained her well was arrayed in her best bib -and room to fill his lamp, and endeavored, he ing entire confidence in both Me srs. Ap- thronged the streets before 10' o'clock.

.reputation+ as a caterer, and had tucker, part of her outfit being a.wonderful 'supposes, to light it with a lucifer match. pleyard & ,Cushing, whose ability and Nearly all were dressed in their best

and varied All the the fire energy Is undeniable, :we feared very In of the cold
provided so ample menu' as specimen of.the milliner's art. Invi- at once, watchman says, spite which nipped their

to create M well as allay; good appetite. ted into.the house, a chair was proffered burst out from the oil room, and beforehe much the outcome of any such book as noses and gave a glow to their cheeks,the

Neediest to say that ample justice was, and and got to the door the flame was rushingout that which they proposed. We have seen children, who went out with their parents
the
accepted day being warm
,
done to the good things and the wish was'i the visitor was invited to remove her hat, and soon enveloped the stairway.He it, however, or a large part of it, and!i to look at the ''parade and the people,

universal, than when next Thanksgiving which she naturally did. Unhappily as gave the alarm, and aroused the crew, must confess our agreeable disappointment. seemed to enjoy the holiday, as children

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is reached all might be spared to celebrate the hat (a Gainsboro on the most exten- who were asleep at the time and some of always so,better than the grown folks.
i them horrible death. It presents with business! brevity, a Nearly all the business Acre
houses
it under the same hospitable rootOn ded narrowly escaped a >
scale deal of
) required a good space
Mr. Fred mate and general description of the State, its form closed but most of the merchants
Magill mindful
was soon up, -
' the 37th inst Mr. Bolton picked a it was deposited on the bed the only receptacle
of government a list of governmental of-
; worked heroically to subdue the fire by of the coming Christmas holidays, of
tomato from of his vines it big enough for it After resting
fine ripe one
;
ficers executive and
legislative judicial
,
means of a small hose attached to a lay which Thanksgiving is but the harbinger
was quite a fair size and of excellent _flavor. some time and relating all the news of of
drant. He stood his and a compilation census statistics, an exhibit the foretaste
at
nobly post or appetizer, so to speak,
the neighborhood, and admiring (and envying -
battled with the fiend until the unbearable of the State's financial conditionand had heaped their show window with the
perhaps) the nick-nacks and treats
The Mi: ri. Arnold are busily at workon heat drove him away with his hair brief of revenue laws; a chapter on richest most beautiful and attractive

their new house and expect to have a urea displayed our heroine kissed her singed in patches, and his right hand schools, a list of raUroads-and a brief description goods. Before these windows crowds!
friend good-bye, took her leave, and her
houiewarmiBg next week. painfully injured by bums and cuts. of counties.' Then begins a gazetteer were constantly gathered and the exclamations
hat. On like the
good
reaching home Pur Teasdale that when he of post-offices in the State, under and of and
says gotout expressions hope long-
Mr.W. Smith a late arrival from Kansas housewife she is, Mrs. X folded up her ,
which is the
his given county, a description which the
of stateroom the fire was burning ing caught ear when passing
looHpg for a location here, intending dress carefully, put her sack, gloves &c.,
: of the city town or settlement with a list
these
briskly forward. He did all he could to groups of would be purchasers were
at soon as he has selected a'place to carefully by, and taking the hat, was in-
of business there however obscure
men doing
fire often and
save the vessel but the had gained amusing sometimes pathetic.In .
suit him; to start for home and bring his tending also to place it in its box. She : and unimportant that businsss 'tot..
such headway it was impossible to do may the general scramble for places in
wife and family back with him took it preparatory to so doing when; ,
up be. Then follows a classified business
much with. the limited resources at hand..' the next Congress people have overlookeda
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Charles Bolton has bad the disagreeable Aoiribik didtJl She discovered that her !
Capt. directory of.the State the different occu-
Owing to the condition of the fire alarm fierce contest that is,going on for the
his boat.out to castor was profusely decorated with- :
taskof hauling pations being arranged alphabetically
the firemen did not arrive until it was too chaplaincy. Twenty-seven clergymen are
stop a small leak in her bow, the weatherfor well not flowers. We draw the veil over late to render much assistance, except to and under each the names of every one: applicants.

such an operation,being about as' undesirable the scene that ensued, but think if, as is extinguish the fire after all but the hull in that line of business.in the State with: Marshall Clayton McMichael, the especial .

as could be'well imagined.As stated, human nature is the same his post-office. To this will be added,
was destroyed. The fire plug near the pet of Brewster,Attorney-General,
Mr. G. Damon and brother were the world over.; the visits of ceremony scene.of the disaster was found to be out when the remainder of the book gets and the District Commissioners have lock-

goingalong the'trail south of his place, as far as these two ladies are con- of fix after the hose was attached to it, through the press, within a day or'two, a ed horns. The Marshall,, who is the embodiment .

two good siaed rattlesnakes which were cerned will hereafter be few and far be and as a matter of course, before the next list of all the land owners in the State, or of sestheticism, has a deputy of "

met with received "the happy dispatch." tween. plug could. be reached 'all the upper such as own more than ten acres, and an course, and the Commissioners seem, to

Another ffarman man has forwarded the This is a bad time fpr "the dwellers intents works of the vessel were in ruin. excellent map. The work is sold by subscription think the deputy does not earn his wages

." Vale! I II The cewand officers lost all and is amply worth the price to as most of his deputies
ducats,.to buy land and intends to cast in I nearly I are, performed by
his lot with us quite shortly. JOHNNY. JUXP UP.LAGRANGE I their personal effects and nothing what- every business man in Florida; we have the policemen and constables in and
-1.1. 1 already used the advance sheets to profit around the District
settlers ITEMS. ever was saved that belonged to the courts. Marshall
Enquiries from intending are
steamer. The floating (iron) hull and reference. McMichael thinks that all the duties of
fregpea ., indicating that with us we can '
It la whispered: erect smokestack is all that is left of this the place are constructively performed '

truly adopt the motw"R.oe1 or. That Dr. Thornton of 0*. who owns extensive magnificent passenger steamer. The We want an agent in every town or by the deputy, but the Commissioners

Frequent very heavy, and copious property in LaGrange, is stopping wreck was viewed by hundreds of people city in the State, to whom we will offer apparently have the whip hand of the

showers accompanied by boisterous winds with his family at the Atkinson residencefor to-day, every one of whom seemed to feela liberal inducements. Marshall, and decline absolutely to pay ...

with interludes of thunder have been the a few weeks. personal grief at the sight of what yesterday Address the deputy marshall'sfees. without an order -,

fashion during the past week. I That Mr. Mitchell Jones leaves with was a floating palace, but todayis GUSHING & APPLETARD, from the court. This it will be seen,

Mn' eslandvocalenteitainmentsarethe his hands this week for his home at Long a charred and ruined wreck. Box 1042, .,.Jacksonville.. .. ., Fla.* is an interesting point for the Attorney-

fashion at Mrs. Boltons. As many of our Pond, Ga. He contemplates returning The DeBary was built in Wilmington, ALTHOUGH we do not with the General to decide and as the Commissioners -
agree
recent settlers are good musicians,.no with new set after holidays.. Del., in 1881, at a coei of $78,000, and President in some particulars after a care nothing for Brewster, Attor

doubt social entertainments will insured with Foster A Co'. ney-General, entertaining developmentsmay
many That Mrs. E. L. Brady; who has been was agency rather hasty perusal of his message it is
ensue for about The length of the be expected.The .
the at Jacksonville returned $50,000.
spending summer manifest that Mr. Arthur bas carefullyand
Quantities of ducks are'to be seen in the last Saturday. steamer 19'81128 feet by 37 feet over all. intelligently considered our national White House is still bereft of the

She finished and handsomely President's presence,''and some days the
river about here now, waiting, patientlyto was finely
That the Teachers Institute which con- affairs. Although unable to publish the
be .and consumed. furnished throughout, and has been a President does not come into town at all.
captured of in its commend it
venes at LaGrange the 1st January message entirety, we as
As for New York the
most fortunate and successful boat since politicians woods
An Alligator, measuring eight feet in 1884 promises to be a grand ucce a. worthy of a careful perusal, as we con-
,full of them
have
her advent on the river. With the exception are ,They ceme to
length shot Mr. Bead lately.As sider it a concise and intelligent reviewof
was by i That the school exhibition which was of the City of Jacksonville, the Washington, in droves for the past two

many of our new settlers are good I to have been held during the: holidayshas Denary was esteemed the handsomestand the condition and status of our foreign _M--JL

musicians, one of them, Mr. Chapin, being been postponed until* the expirationof best boat in Florida waters.-Jack- and domestic relations.- ,The Speakersbip contest was prosecuted :+ '

an accomplished band-master, there the term. sonville Herald, Dec. 3rd. -- with the most lively vigor all of today
Mr. John Griffin Carlisle the Revenue
ia a disposition to organise a band. Shouldthe That Miss Jennie Gray contemplates ----- -- born in Kenton, and this evening. The hotel lobbies '

intentionbe carried out,much benefit. taking a school on the West_side. Should CORRESPONDENCE.tlaulover Ky.reformer,September was 5th 1835, and began county the, are all crowded with people discussing t

will ensue to the members from the practice this be the case, the people among whom Dotting. practice of law in 1857. He was electedto the probabilities and expressing their various

they necessarily will have, while the she goes may well consider themselves F. M. Woodall and wife have returned the legislature in 1859, to the State preferences. At the headquarters

community will derive great enjoymentfrom fortunate to Jacksonville, Mr. W. was compelled on :Senate in 1866 and 1869, and Lieut. Governor of the different candidates visitors were ,

the performances That Bud Mama now pulls the reins account of ill health to go where he could 1 in 1871. In 1876 he was electedto constantly coming and going, and duringthe 2
settlement. day nearly all of the members of the
in the
Several times during .the last week over the best turnout get competent medical attendance.B. Congress and has since that time been
drove of House now in the city paid their
That N..0.Bryan brought a respects
Mrs.: Bolton baa regaled her boarders with Osteen and daughters of Lake Ashby his own successor. He.was an easy win-
BOld'out the other of the candidates
South Fla. at a to one or
ripe tomatoes, the product of this year's sheep down Into have been on a visit to E. C. Summerlin, ner of the position of Speaker of the
Mr had word for all
here visit a pleasant
his place a pox
crop. Not many localities we imagine, good profit, paid while here, he and Mr. 8. killed a fine House December 1st, over the total opposition .
and has returned to Ga. All this in I a his caJus He made no boast but said
can.come up,to this. receiving 106 votes, while Mr.
bear.M. the p indications. are that the speak-
week. : M. Shipe went to Jacksonville a Randall received 62 and Mr. Cox 80.
Mr. Cecil is busy getting the "Chicago"ready That the Enterprise Herald, rather discredits ership will SO.with the New York delegations -
few,days on business connected with This being announced, M. Curtin moved
.for launching. He has got:out 'asplendid story of last week, but ago whether he ia the man or not.
our orange .
the Dummett Grove. 'He lately receiveda that Mr. Carlisle's nomination and election -

mast from a magnificent stick if Bro Dawson will,come down this way lot of ten Danish and Sweediah emi- be made unanimous, which was done To-night Mr. Randall said the situation .
of timber he found on the beach.On we'll show him both quantity and quality was unchanged as far as h. was concerned .
grants who are now busy at work clear- and the chair appointed Messrs. Randall,

dit, that a Singing School is to be that will exceed our former statement, ing land and J11.kingotherl; improvements.He Cox and Curtin a committee to notify and declined make any predictions
the 25th as to the result. He expressed much surprise
won started here. We' have plenty of ..That.Christm. ,, will come on t expects in a few days, if money and Mr. Carlisle of the action taken by the
when informed that Mr.
this Springer
talent to keep it alive. of December in LaGrange year. labor'will do it, to :make the Dummett House. ;
had withdrawn from the and that :
contest
,
'
school, meets
Among the guests at Mrs.Bolton's.h>* That the and Sunday Thursday evening? : to every practice Grove the best paying property on ''the All this we respectfully submit as suggestive all or most all the Illinois votes would

tel the have been: }lessrs.Downey Tuesday river. for the of 1884. '
during week canvass
On probably go to Mr.Carlisle. He.left the
songs to :be sung. Christmas. night. H. M. Fairbanks while poling a .. ..
Q Damon, W Pamon, "Wyman, W. room without finishing a letter he was engaged -
Mrs!.E Arnold, Messrs., Arnold,, Smith, Good idea.,. r- of boat a short time since, slipped and frac- Orlando Reporter: "Beport reaches us in writing. '
Of the citizens LaGrange "
Oomstock Baatett,I Brainard That several tured two of his ribs. Better luck to you of a slight unpleasantness at Kissimmee IJ
DeCourcy, <
were presented this week, with nice, ripe The Ohio delegation this evening decided y1
Hrs:Maynard< and,other. next time friend F.,and keep your'I I"un- on Saturday last in which two brothers : .
watermelons roin the patch.of J. C. Nor- to support Representative' Lee- ,
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in .
der-pinning" better'repair named Baas wounded quite seriously
An intense "lumber ,famine" is the wood gfTituaYilleho lays claim to the is were dom for the position of.Se geankt-&r..... F '
.C in this section
excitement
The latest The .
from shots. difficulty seems
at and anew and who say. | pistol Mr. Jno. G. candidate .,
prevailing epidemic present finest orange grove Thompson was ,a
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young the rumor of a lawsuit in connection, to have been the result of too much
, settlers are continually arriving, it. has he is the boss,watermelon, raiser. on" Indian -j of for the same place, and it wu'agreed .
1 with a large crop oranges.:: whisky. A man named Stewart did the
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Become contagious disease. Rifer that the should settle who
a ; ; Jacksonville delegation ,1
"A. L. Rockwell and wife jof- the brothers
of
One was shot '
shooting.
afford hands called out should be the candidate. Mr. 'Leedom ..;
Plenty of duck about here, sport That the road were ,paid the'Dummett Grove a flying I the shoulder the other through "
.
;
: and food-to hunters. fir:two daiyr'on'tbie. Salt Lake -road this visit last week. I I the through had. eight te ,out of twelve:in the' del. 1
thigh.
; impatiently week.bi-th road'commissioner. of ..pre&uto. .*... egation. :s".-'.
,
The- advent of CfcptMay/ is;., .. \ 1 vwiUb Tavares is making preparations to build .
leare to i. v Ice a quarter.of an inch thick has been ... It is proposed to make the guard toGarfield'a
looked
: Wardtoaspersou3; "rat the i-'shop- on Christmunigbt :. formed in Pensacola this an ice factory., The .
one. <
be build it win -- I year. grave a permanent

.. be certain their that when and they not. their, ,neighbors 'at.the chtirrcch j:age of,bib): not The cayenne pepper plant ia a perennial I The recent frost killed nearly all the I friends oj CoL Rockwell, who .represents '...: V i","41

; upon own, .houses, win to ,exceed' one'_pear; W.Jf: Hendry, Q. in Florida and ,enormous quantitiesof seed cane in Suwanee county. -. I Mrs. hayfield, have asked that::a permanent ,;.
i laud wbich.jtheir f;
on : .
.. ._t_ d.? :' -. (, -5fi .... A, Rjckaidand.JL. ; !' P. \' .itUw'pd8- l. cantbe,; grown.with but little oubIe.Is ,Duval has twenty-four 'compulsory station be Constructed at.the cemetery ..J;
t I 't 'c' J. > .
: -II- .... ti, 4lA "" N J"i 0; 0. There no hurry in the gathering and is boarders at the public expense.' where:Garfieid is'buil. a. .' '. '\.
.lady who resides not a hundred miles I ----_,.*- A '
; not perishable like vegetables and, fruits. Circuit .Avavarr; :
destruction :: r 4t is rumored,that. the. Wattack. Theatrical Levy County : Court convenes on '. ,.
; from here is grieving over,the almost .. ordinary _- ...., 3 !
, ; which have been playing in It is easily dried and ground on an the 21thult,' the flirt: .lime,in three years. I
,
Troupe, .
of her Banclay=go-to-meeting: : ,.have" alit bee i spice: mill, or. it could be i shipped :There have been thirty-nine 'criminal The Atlantic 'House, near'Daytonau! 'to'. : I
:: hat Thiaiahowit came:about;::among: this State fetfaoma,time, : i .
$10,090Vorth Otu.ew
+ West. north,in bulk ''There is money in it.- convictions at Jacksonville. Circuit furniture 1 .,;'
the e8'eet.'# t Arrivedfamily : lost aft,_=whUe'guiui'fIom.Ker: : > to
waddly a' !TecenUy ,+ GaiD sville.'Bee. Court, and the end is not yet.. all wnite. .cooks this season. .' -11, .
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hereabouts are, several. abomina-' Nassau. "
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0 : the better the quality of, the milk the '
--- nitrogen. do, you thought. But it didn't, Being
, 1 How to Preserve and Restore
< More than 3,000,000 tree were : '-The composition of elephant's milk, Health. more severe the discomfort will be under ,a way mail, and not a through mail

4 planted in Great' :Britain during the according to the analysis Dr.Quesne- -Slck;- -headache" patient are recom- these conditions. Milk is insufficientlyused On the following day I went fifty mile
l. '
: of 1881-82. l.I ?cienti in making simple pudding of such to keep the appointment I had
. season I ville, in the Jfon&ur /tgtte, is mened three glasses or lukewarm water, wader

Although 30,000 paper car-wheels i mmiiAr to that of cream,but its consistency to be swallowed in rapid succession, farinaceous foods as rice, tapioca and The gentleman was not there to meet

di1emiiS"Joada'last I, Its odor' and tasteare sago Distaste-for these is engenderedvery me, because he had not received
were .fiFnse/on,. 150. is different. and. be followed immediately by _aglass my
yesxr bat.thzeeJUlores are reported. very agreeable, and the taste is superior of hot mustard water. The effects otten,.believe, because the milkis letter. I lost my time, and I missed

''". -)(. VktarSaInt.Jwfl,.a, Frenchman to.that, of:most other kinds of at times very beneficial and quite astonishing stinted in making ,them, or, poor, all the benefit of what would have been

,. haa ffe iclaOf $5000.to any milk: itis about equal to'cows' milk.. to the uninitiated. skimmed milk is'used. Abundance: of to me a profitable! transaction. It is.
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-s. >, I new milk should bemplopedand'mOremilk : not too late for
" person who ab discover an infalliblecure in quality., Thousands of persons starve them- ? '' you to reform ; and ua.'leas .
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. for diphtheria., Professor: lager the "soul-smeller selves:.into thinness, paleness and nervousness or cream sho'" cr'be"' add'ed''afien'they I you do reform your life will prove
taken. In Scottish householdsthia "
are failure.
' he is'familiarly' called ia Germany, by living on white bread and ,
as
. =The greatest heat of the air 'in the. '
: matter is-well imdetsto d nd The
a lesson
ran probably:never exceeds 1 1450 Fah., lately delivered'a' lecture ia which he sweet things and sleeping too 'little.-: ; : was not lost upon. Greg '

the grelitbet-coW BSP'below' zero. insisted, upon'the expediency :wearing'animal Oat meal,cracked wheat, graham bread distinct pudding plate, lik- "aOSman ory. He succeeded in getting rid of hii
nor : .
is used for this The
plate
fibres and theme next the 'and beef with of 'wouldmake soup course. heedless ways, and became prompt, In-
About 130'ab Ve andf 40)' below -zero only. plenty sleep, messes' (
Skin.. He'wools'not'have cotton or them plump and ruddy. dry. commonly4served as"niilkypuddings cisetrustworthp.-S. & Times
: States
the extremes for the United ;
are *
I clothes.i Englan'd d;are :'exactly: fitted Advlca Boys--On ,
': and veryiiIInst i* A linen even for the lining of Beware of opcorn.A sevenyearold Taking Exarcise. -
to create disgustrfor what"slioulcf.1J .
a
Professor can amuse' if'he does son- of Mr. Luntz of Cleveland '
Jager .
-Mr.'FliadersPetrie: : about to publish : "' most.'ex >''lienr and aell jb1lS .part''of a' 'Boys.who take't interest and
'not instruct. Ohio died recently of paralysis
. a
a: work on measurements of the 'j' wholesome an active part in outdoor
dinner
for both children and sporty often
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hat"animals'ass 'had''
"' M. Vignier believes heart. He been eating a -
-pyramid,Jin,'.which. he,'Win'sJi w adults.= Science M bring seedless ,illness
i '. .. indebted for the Powers of direction great deal of popcorn within the past Popular .:nthly7'N, .' ,upon themselves;,
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that the new aieasaremenis, aree. rreconcitable '. -. '- v .1 '" by over-,exertion.a 9d want o.f. propercare
''Professor which..they sometimes manifest so strikingly three months,and physicians claim that r ,:'
with those on which I I Our'Young'Fo1ks./ after violent ,.exercise..ttacks
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: to the'possession of a magneticsense his disease was due to the, coloring f" '. -
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ErnestGile6ftheexplorer contemplates : .1'1 One at a Time. t 'lungs: frequently :occur from
.. J'.y.. ,, |.' both foe direction "and'the inclination i I. Tea.i' a J .. getting
'If'
organizing a:'grand, final ,expedition of the needle the' seat of"which'he In the London *.lIedir.al,1.Zima appears ',liA Doy.watched i*i a large building, as, :'Verjf;R arni' and'then"" cooling off" too suddenly -

, _to',traverse.the. remaining-. .locates in the semicircular canals of ther the.following, ;: ."Dr. Heath, of the workmen J from day to'day,carried up : ,. t _
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explore! iportions of theAastraliaacon- internal'>;ear.. : r .y .*.. Yew Castle,'has been' the last to raise bricks, and mortar. :When. ; about tolengage In a.gamaof

tmeat,#and Ito\;endeavor: o*to discover Celluloid, wbich 'is' a"combination. his'yoice against tea. .But it, has long if."My*son,",said. .his'father, ,' ,,''youseem"'1 ball or any' sport that requires continued"

some moretrnetwortliyttaces'of IJ.eic. -,. of pyroxyline ''and.camphor, 'i& 'now' .been a fact familiar to us that tea is a''' taken- .with' ,,'the, bricklayers. ",Do- you 'activity, it is best to lay aside:the"biter

hardt..y. !1..1 )d' 't",
-Tbe \London Sanitarj Assurance ivory. ; ebony;coral,. amber'turquoise. Among the avast. numbers of poor.w a *."Xq sir,;'I,Was thinking;what, _a.Uttle. !r'; finished and instead of'sitting

, AasociatioaJs going recommend leg-.,'etc'.;, "'The' pyroxyline1" 0 is" prepared' from men ,who :frequent the ,patient !"rooms thing a brick'is, and what great houses '-'J..1 wn to "cool off," it is safer to walk

, islitioawhieh; will compel builders'of. cigarette tte"pap" anda'mixture' of'nitric of our.London hospitals,,we should not are built by laying,one" brick,;upont,an- rpund for while% .Ibis al w..dangerbus. -

new buildingStot"Obtamsa 'certificate : acid&! tiie'most be far wrong in saying that two-thirds ? .to drjnk .large: quantities of cold
I and<< sulpburic. .> : : One .of... .., : other." ';, ,, f -
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from dame authority; as to their. 'sanitary I recent uses'of celluloid.I .Is far making r.' are; suffering from dyspepsia. This "Very true, my son.; never.f.orget'it.So ., 'water when very warm,:as thesystem'receives :

condition before such.buildings' .,can be 4 i type and!,'engr.. vers'blocks for printint g' dyspepsia, invariably:arises from it is. all great 'works. AU- your, : a shock* *" Which may leadtoflickjTo -
. inhabited. .. tf : t" '.* [t > ,.. I' H: two the ot Sand .
t -i 7fTbe"FngFeeiew' cause want
; ; -e-4 from: proper learning is.one lesson added to.another.* 1 1Jl \. ,.t' 'o : '. ,, '

eays'tha I '"=The' London" Graphic,.says:. "The the abuse of articles like,te?, which; ,If 'a man,?could walk all:,around .the gq.in sairnmingaftea long alk'thraughthe ,

.,- the frequent.use ot the indicator fordtermininR e- i cheapest?postal.service ,in world. is stay the craving for food;,'t ut which world.it would be by putting ,one.; foot hot gun Js al 4r: injurioua,'

'the aihouiit:!of;'po'POnr"con' letters aggravate the consequent conditions before another. Your .whole I rasa the blood _is. driven; to the internal"qrgans
'that of,,Japan,:Where: .are .conveyed ? ,-lif@, will I I ..t "
sumed ia driving shafting is of great all over1theEmpirefor two. sen. .the. digestion.", bern a4le.up. of..one.-momect'upon: anotberu i ,from,the surface of the.bode. .

-. varoet. From not less thaa 30 to 50 percentof ,about' "' seventenths of 'a penny... .. 'This These,terrible.Rum andTobacco.enemies:, often find; us.' defenseless. Drops added to drops make the I ., J1f J'd." !' \I" ,

: the'power of,engines isordiaar-- is" the. ore,wonderful,_considering the Our craving stomachs call for 'ocean* ,,< ',' i< .

ily uaed for this purpose. .difficulties'of transit over a mountain-- "-"Learn from ,this not to despise little :WtlY They,. ,,Discharged, the ,
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.. .. stimulus. ,Bad food, badly.. cooked, is : "! 11 -
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The President:tie [French Me.' bus'land irregular country: which ,hasless the cause of much of} this 0 uneasiness' things.., Be not discouraged by great. .-' |I| r'. Cook- ,'* ') '* .-.

teorologlcal':Biireau;:M."Mangbn reports'I' than one hundred: miles of railway, and I"longing of the' stomach.' < A A.. ,wife l bom..-, They. ;become: easy-.if, divided >tt! M '

that 83 percent:of the weather fp.recastsmade while wagons can only pass over a,few who smells. ,her husband's breath.Whelp into parts You could not jump over a ,,it A man: aLong Branch recently* en-<
a .
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by the Bureau bTe..piOv' ',' goodl of the chief: roads t. ,'and. ": ,the..... steamersConnecticut him much more by; good food' than mountaiajbufc! step.by! .step.takes you.to, .t@red a restaurant and, said :. "Haye

Of 207:tempest warnings sent :to'sea- asmall.'? numberupf, coast'stations. b/ bitter words. Pies,;cakes, puddings: ,.. the other side. Do not fear, therefore ,ypu.'.any.dam-chowder; ,?"" "We )haYeJ t r

ports' ,-100bsve-been"fulfilled, entirely., ." .. ., ,,. ', I fries, heavy ,bread, .strong coffee? and to a tenopgreat things.. .AlwaY$t re* replied the Waiter. Brine me a piab>
65 and!i3 not:at ally \ ''** 0 ji1'Jie'p ass member '
partly that the
4lplatefnlwas
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large building went placed' before him sad
tea up
4 CUPS/: I play the mischief with the stomach ; f
;,,Janl'.oil' is said to '47p,,, a r." t'R. ; : ,.r ',f-f ., ',1 then it calls for some stimulus. Good only one brickjUpon.. other.Kansas ha set to work'with great gusto. :After

that which is-'Dwi tifactur'ed'by.su'bmiting (:'; --The: 1 ,man who .rides horseback! aK: beef and mutton, ,light, sweet bread M&hodist. _. -, hej had taken about a dozen spoonful

solid'leat J rd'to"great'"pressure ..ways' takes a back seat. .'_ I end good vegetables, taken in moderate e Unreliable -i .1 he drew,'pair.of opera-glaseeafrot his-

during. tDe"cold'eati. period":of 'winter. -The farmer, makes hay, wl quantities with a discreet use of lemon One afternoon a gentleman was't sh.own Docket\ and looked intently at the chow

Oil of thib: nsditY;I used for. burning the son shines behind; a dry goods coup juice, will prevent much of the cravingfor into Mr.: Lamars' library to' derfor sometime.. Then 'hejumped

in emall*inecban1:1l iamps.: It1- / "Mr. Lamar,, said the visitor, "dyou o into, air ,'
gives a :ter.Politeness: ? drink and tqbacco.Consumption.,. .' ..., thq and shouted r !Eureka 1"
bright flame and' does'lufj' incrust. : is sometimes.fataL Up'Michigan -- .. .. know a'L lad by' ,the name of.;'*Grjegory. /' hfttfs! that,",t asked, the pmprietor;,
J. e"i "
;at l i. Bassett ?
wick. the other day, a nurse and v >"?egotitl'''selled the :diners' lGot
Jla 'f, ,. 1'__ .. Theodore: Parker Came of a sturdy ,. ,
'II! n' r her charge were killed by.the.bough of a "I guess so," replied Mr.: Lamar? what ?" '
asked.tha A&
-It has been:obi that. "right-, I 4 < stock of Massacbsetts. farmers. intelligent with ; les urateuDt :
'
I a smile.
"That the
handedness'extends, ..' .. .far...;down-" ia. the', ,:, I tree.men Fogg. long-lived ,and capable :of. conting .. man "' he added is young clam 1" "G reat .Scottl, !! yelled th*:
,
scale of creation..? Parrots take hold of : was asked regarding uus toil.} But, of his nine brothers. and nodding toward I proprietor,;, "he's_*got? th ,clagaj"! Audi,
their foodiin i their, ri h "'foot by preference i the latest i additions to the English, eaters allbut one' died" of -consumption' Gregory., :J lOA: .- t 'l>efore: the diner could say $ word the

,and'Mr. Crookee i4Jiidlined to language be ,said he,would ask his coif e.' Theodore, ,himself.died.of,,the same disease the latter was a boy aged about four!j j'proprietor picke the. clam up in a.fair.,

Have.that insects like wasps,beetles' bed i She always had the last word, at forty-nine,though his, constitution wide.tabla-near.the teen He was'.draw lg' map.'at' th e of![gold pincers and bore it triumphantly

spiders use the right anterior,.foot'most -In.the far ,west,a man.'advertisesfor : had seemed of' iron.- But he: the window. to the kitchen t threw it back.into',a

frequently.A ,.. I ,; awoman. "to wash, iron and milk :had crowded the work. of'a long. .':life- J A bright boy, I should. judge,' commented : : huge boiler' of chowder:and said:. "Who-

? "i one., or two cows.". What. does he'want time,'into less' than' fifty years, and thetoil' t the. visitor, looking, over the t dealt the cfiowd'e"r'to thai (dark-haired j

: new lightning'appliancebeen had .; his .cows washed. and ironed 0 brought out the .seed-implanted top; of Ws.glassss.l"I e. applied for- at: man over there!'?*' "I did( ;*" saultheassistant
invented by.M. de Khodinsky. H ,
e' for clerkship in. '
?, disease. He natural my milk, and. referred me cook? Then dis-
gave a explanation you are
directs a I jet of eoal-gas and of oxygenon to you, His letter of>; ,
shows '
I II application '
_-Edith-It's really difficult to advise as to oth fatal disease_ s charged for dealing out the clam-
a specially prepared prismatic pencilof I that he is a goodpenman.
Night':marriages seem to have entered into the life of How is "heat that :we use for
magnesia. The coal-gas and the I you. ,10 a' 'family... which, figures?". *. .' ; ',ilayoringpurpel-
the prestige of great antiquity. Adam, ought.too have been 10 g-lived. .Pudfc.: -' ".. ,
arrive at5 the of combustion : ,
oxygen. ;point; "Kapid and correct '" r
by' two separate-pipes inclosed'in you,know, wasn't married till Eve. His, I father's farm,.house stood. :on 'a : waS e'Or ; ., .; . !,, .. 1" .. .': '
j
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t' Country maidens are now holding hill, side, which sloped into a large plyi"Ttiat's! jJ A '
th same tube.It .'/* I I good I "Honest, is he ?" J t' Free View of the Sun. '" ;
.
guessing matches 'They sit|out in the' spongy meadow. The :'meadoW I ,
was .
scientists (Oh yes '- ,
'is mainta'ined by'sbme 8 answered !lr.. Lamar. ,
'f' garden and guesvhet er.1it.s a 'potatobug ''I always wet. The I it s were .heavy "The AH,old street scientist ,has been jentrin
work'Is
that the, aroma" of frplst'inerease: Witthe h 'or'an:army worm. ,th t's' crawlingdown nigh and mornings, and thus the rapidlypromoted notfcard., and'tie. .., 'willbe' ,a venerabletelescope to such ,
latitude 4Whilethe'sweetne s'd: ; should he it
v' : e- their,backsSydney seeds of pulmonary disease-were grad- ,Oh! deserve. ? passers by as desired to,gaze.at the: .
creasesl: Many herbs5uch as. fi one question more, Mr. Lamar is
; richer. inessential'oils' ,'in caraway':Norwaythan .: 'Smith once said .to' his ,vestry uallynsown.{ Under. favoring circumstances -, the b truatwortiiyt,' I' ; sun and would pay a nickel for the pnT,
are .
1 I ia reference,to a bloc!k pavement they invariably ripenedinto, { ile e. Quite a crowd collected each day
in more1 southern regions. ; ..! o' : j jl regretsth at be is ,
not ,
.influence Thmproposed. to,be built around Stl xPaul's,, death. Mr... Parker says : ,they grave"rely. L'i'I." ,' was* l St"week 'and patronage- wa' Uber LIt .

effect is ascribe to the. ,of the I 0 '
$ "All you,have to dogentleman, is to "Xbree'gei1 ration.. 'of stout and, .'*(Eh J became rushing! 'Monday last when: ,
: J" ried the
light lthe months. ;' .., yisitbrT-? Then
prolonged __ summer j I
.
the
,', your !heads and is l ng.llvedmen. born and grew'upthere r veteran fakir One
in put together
thething, .. : .don'twinthmi, ;""v'- \ tr. hung up a sign .{,
l'a "
J
Although th1eeJoLfour j crystals-of .done,':' ;and if the fourth be Dow puny, -Ittlended'the{ ,,' ** 'day onlya free view of the sun""' The

the genuinepreeciQuL: topaz remarkable.for ,;.:..,."The funeral was all th'at could beexpecte ; and sink quicker to .the grave, .it ,is ; 4O I" interview. line extended half a block dowp :Fourth
+ ; | uncle ied
size and!clearness have been found '1," said aa,aged lady who looks"upo '' 'from. 'no fault.of the old. house' ,b from .iatq, tears, c Gregory a bursting: ->... tl avenue;: ,from Twelfth strejet. ,GtaDea .

near Pike's;; Peak,I :Mr. B. T. Cross asserts tie.events-with an artistic eye,. the consumption which such spongy _,..}fe'had: set his heart 'to... '.con Pennyman,' who1 lives 'in Harlem

.that..the stone; which..is ,,cut:.ia VThe> display Was grand alid the'widow. ._', meadows 'in. New England<< seldom the situation and upon'obtaining and walks home to save car fare, CQD'I iiI

Colorado and sold. as topaz to tourists is wept like a born angel.'" ,fail to produce in the' .course, of.. time. i i over, the'tesuit..was v. 'tfm1lch. disappointed eluded to take advantage of the i t&

not topaz: "at ,.aU,. but ,simply smoky, : *'_ArT intemperate citizen, of;Rochester'calls Even: children f'J,, :wl o'J have removed'I. to 'jGre i t I 'could \deceive, Show as he came by at noon. He took '
'
quartz,'or the cairingt m stone of.Scotland. : ; his. stomach. "Hades,'(.because healthier situations,, carry with them p.nt ory; :not"_ the, )position.l63in> ? 'the line.and! at 'the end..

/'. .' "ftLeaves :' -. it'is'the place of' dep lt. cisp1iita.1And the{fatalpoisoa in'I their blood, :and, tone, more man'Mr..La.regretful than r,stern.said in"You a low I of anhourlie was number %> i JSi is* >
,
,.. '- 'of turnips and 'the'like are one In Cincinnati,, calls his "The transmit it to, their sons and daughter arenbl ustworthyiand; i iti|' \ wore an expec ant air and as i1 a wiped),
Vserfous5failing
: t '
\ 'Tomb '*" because it'swhere'' the bier 0 : ; hid! browYlor" hot the the
frequently ased Ias, green fodder, but ... How to Take Milk., ;. nay, a./f, ultrather.. .., Three ,exhibitor _:. ,, asked ,1
their s oral'hu had abed effect goes. ;
upon Dances occfcred, witoia'as' '
mane
the plants .Actual trial with the sugar =An Irish lawyer, having addressed I' Milk is a food that shquld not be taken: leeks, which,. sorely tried .-' ,. 'f 4fHaw ,can you afford to ,do 'this, for .

beet has shown that the denudation the,court .as'. gentlemen. ," instead I of! i I in copious draughts like. beer or other: tiencnd' .cost 'me. loss''''bf' time my pa-. .nothing,'my friendtA"Wealthy V" .
hreiugir7p daoed:!' Ayer; honors," after he':had oonclnda ed 1 fluids rich .. (' 'and'money. and""pjiilanthropic
process the' quantity-of differ .from. it chemically, ." -' 'iiMr. _0 r ; 'man,
et cent: -_ TWleavee are also brother of the bar, 'reminded him of if we consider the use of milk in infancy ;;Lamer's tone changed into one "who wishes to enlighten the> people on }

'\ .3eeea. eudehiagthauyoirrgraee. ; 4: his .error. Hjev immediately. rose and thophysiolagicaliageetionthatieoffood, reproach 'and 'his LJs of the appearance of the sun pays me somuch"a -
j 7 & waS"< iovir -
..IT, & 0 apologized thus:'' "May its plazacourt thei* 'provided for it. ,Each t- v uar& wiia day to turn
11cijI u often ,'oxfficult to make, small mouthful displeasure.; I HI- .. -show" it ; yonr
; in .the: bats of. debate I called is secured by effort and slowly presented ,Mt some J1 W.J T. .
been fonn&thst'the.; > gave you
It has ; presence of .i t money 'to deposit'
of yer honors gentlemen. I made "a.- min to'the gastric mucous surface for, the in he : The deacon bent down/ craned nfc:
1-90000 1pUD4 of anHa
even s y in : I % WP"YoaloitW
a pound :cif wetted" leac increases therapiditf : :take,-yer, b ,norS.- ;-'I''. 0 The. speaker thenat primal digestive stages. It..is,thus leg* .aatU bank'was: closed1,*"and'"my" i neck as it he was going to cover illthespats .

'with inch'the 1St. oaddfces" down. ular.y and gradually reduced to curd, u4te'wenf'to'' ; protest: 'One at once,and saw "Sml gtn'4 Store
-n"Now, John," said the' father of and,the stomach 1¬ I Polish> ," The
and barns.;' 'Lead::which contains mure -oggreeeed with tl :you ttf'Wose the 'at1& deacon solemnly followed ,;.
gate
.. the city' family to the' lather of the of half I 162 wise : -
thai M 400:of' tts weight of'copper' : iavint ,a lump coagulated milk. The barD.. You neglected tot.do.so. ,:sad men dowav the arenue. : }
The
country family, "we have been spending same should 2.J y Joun .
ofbfte principal be' regarded incase outthou >i the : I: I
theaanuiictar lead.L .
for cot night; ft -w
'" all. summer' with you,' and as'.> of the adult. Milk should be slowly felt I .If "

ftf --To-0",increase-. **>t _:ttieTo quantify 0' Of, ,.vtoxp. .' .,'!. some sort of recompense we an 'going;. ; taken, in moathfals,, at* short'inter- 1 had 'rt ana"'broke t. 'the..rpre; its' leg ., ", -.aJA- ,C: t t,

gen which is' "ft.ll.as ammonia dur- jtq, have 'tome I anjateur ;theatricals i 'vals, and thus it'is rightly dealt with by t 'pu t'Zl 'cud' "'\ i fy rr ut'Wng ,; a A SUI'DST1T 'YsarFran.-YOS- 1i

f 6 t1 deitructlridiioi= {.t_..' ". .
forthe, manafactare' of oDa, Dr.'U1jIu-, : "No+ .thankee, Charles,",. was.the i1.'after other food it almost sure'to bur *oiy lifteihte hknvl ... ... lack.in.horeeahoea. A man nailedosi :.

mixeathe''' .intro reply ;:''Start'', wait to dothat. The: den the stomach aadtocaase discomfort J3, d in ahumni ta:. up'on'the fence not long ago siaot, a.4a :" .

: yji 4\M}or'1 'iarewdh, wffl. jejI benefit. enough (fo : I.t'ud sediadigeettonanatni t .Neat I gage, V,lettee ) 1'orthe > w a.nrudJda.l> .. bo..to1
aJkMmt "earth'and ttaa .'....." ,:'t you tat man out .. '
; wear the tn&w aI,1
? that + lri ,
r : .. < obvious reason, there is insafldeat OBt1'f1 a;
Y loitered
"_ >. t >-> V'*,! .. L ,. ,to watch '
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:dais tIt. hiPabUrlter. .itisgRigaterktartls which weighs' :, .. T...<' ''i. ,} : ,. V raenfc sum to hundred; .
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::t' ;may;{. 5,1.80: t per Annum In adgance. 870 pounds: ,is seven feet long,'and, three .the '1' 0 .' ', .. ty dollars. 1 *' :iTo :-: :r- : ;-*
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"'rt UQcsU Ie ails to sipe.oe'l-. AB.squares .aadabalf.feei cnai< the.hact, lt.i.i Jrar THIS LIRE V Wm. 8..Moore and.. air iItT>> ersolu:ts;1 b. .
; ......al 11: $::'1 fJ'J 3iirt'1i: '! :.t.'j ; W'D1leave Jacksonville dally from wbarJ foot ATTORKEY-AT-LAW. orated .. \ "
1: i'f Ied the flippera,'or winffar; three 'teljavgtjoo Laura street,at 3 30>>p.nu,and 8.F.and W. . .
'. L" by*-.;* .j..'- ; Bailway wharf atS: O p.nu,for : Notice is hereby given that a writ of
ye foot wide. It Vr fltiv t* -' : LaGrange, Florida. .
caught off it'
yu r
ww May- "
'' ... j f : .. attachment has been issued
4 'jN'' ll .,... ...bf.1t t..uior against the :
't. s. rata' G1 ...a .. 1 port,beach,-and iscert: inly'iwpnderfuicn'4aaity PaUUka, .Astor SaaWtord, Ea-, Wm. ScottA.M.Tnrashec.. said Wm.B.Moore am( hIs property Las'{
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,: I., rt K terprise. : > TitnsvlIIe Fla. Sanford I'Ja.S"O'I'T' been attached to satisfy"the demand of
/..., ,tI' 11I'= b found;on file at / Jt: THRASHER Henry.Wilson,amounting to one hundredand .
.!' .".".. O.o D". & Co'may e N'Adyer- Work hat/been eaa ktely jospendedon :And all intermediate: landings south'of 4', forty dollars. ..'

7 T tfaisjg Mreau (1ft 8pr8Ce"r et)where the Orlando and Tavarea: railroad; after f. a1atb. ATTOKNEYS-AT-LAW. Now therefore the said Wm.B. Moore

t:.., 'Idn wvw.M 111 boDaqtrac may be made lor-7 it several miles have beenrgtaded':at ita Sunday'. Boatwill r.; leave at.i. m:. Sanford : : Florida. and all other persons' 'interested' are hereby .

. ,t'. III.: "l!':' ,O .:.olJ j1..1L.-J; Tavares extremity. It is alleged that the will make close oatuneetlona p..with all :Bail 1 'Mr. Scott Is now located Titusville. declaration required'filed to appear-in' the and above plead entitled to the

'..THI STAR.W',the!OFFICIAL!newspaper "PI nt S It' III"haa'aborbed the Orlando AP.ilste ..;. bBeal ;Estate. Law. ,.a. speciality.MINOR .. Q case on or before the 4th day.. the :. .,<
Brevard J in. ..Ute.. Iaterlor.Andwith Mondayof'February. rule' ;:
1 for county. extremity through Orange county, which I 8. JOKES. : day, a. d. ;
steamers at Sanfbrd for 1884, and if be shall fall to 'appear and '
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l "t-.4IP_;.Office at, .TtaariBe at will virtually put a stop to. then building .... plead as aforesaid Judgment will be en-
...jJIJIJI11I4 ''!!'. of the road. Points on Indian River:' tered bun
NfJlter.-r law.
.ti. ,t :: F I ATTORHEYATLAW.Titusville against according to
Ketnrniag leave Enterprise at 7 JO>> and Sanford A."A.Stewart,"
tc>>iGwiBDZD ;iIthmnf doubt IssTtzotting' Work has been suspended on,the Lees- on.arrival of.train arriving ,at .Jacksonville Clerk of Brevard county Florida.
; Florida.
6ai.ble1J 'horaeP and in burg branch.from Fort Mason of the Bt t.- '- Titnsville; October itS, 1ssa.. %td

g r apriiengnter/butinan ;eclitorial :isdeJr Johns and Lake EostSs'railroad,"and;.it'is Early next mernisig.MftbiTIg .' M. ENGLISH Notice. '

4sstossi. The; Pall Mall; OaxtU 'In Ie- not known when s-resumption will take Lines for close all points connections with\ ran.and steam Notary Public State at Urge. In the Circuit'Court, Seventh Judicial 'Gr: .,
place. It is said that the Florida South- _
oat Florida
of Brevard Cuunt .
view r the of Ella Wheeler ,
I : poesaa says: NORTH EAST AND WEST' Affidavits drawn and all Easiness entrusted..
would ern railway, now trying to get to Lees- V to me promptly attended to. To' Wm. anJaliJlaer.:
;r1? aps we b* accused bflabori ) V Tor all points between Jacksonville,andPalatka B.Moore persona interested .
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ll.1IiIder.t1Ie"JeaCtiaIIuoy. prejudice of burg threatens to go to Orange Bend if ,take one. of the eteamers leaving Ace at his resideece.Vhnsvile i : :'-

| tiieeid. -worlddfwe.were: to, .remark, that the branch above-namedshould:,be built Market a.m., wharf daily,Sundays: excepted at 10 -' V Florida. Ton are hereby notified that'af writ of

and so a game.;of, "check"-era is being I'ASTVAIT_ attachment baa been Issued against the
| 'k ViemM not be a WOi ride: calamity if : F. GRAY.V
S. said Wm. B. Moore and hia
t played. So the Leaves Jacksonville lor.Green Cove spring, property has ti. ,
says ScmiTropicaL.The
- 4baBapphoo ta<*West: were to .find in I r Tocoi and Palatka. been attached to. satisfy the demand of "

$G. .JjtoMiohigtnihat. eflbctusl remedy. for!, Tampa, Turn, learns "that. the Lake Steamer MAGNOLIA leaves'FloridaCentel Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL George F.Ensey amounting to the sum .
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v : Plant investment: Bailroad wharf at-&. m, daily, .Sunday YOU WARRANTED. Of Two hundred dollars and interest
,.f ksr, wses which:the..Eolian poet fbundin I, ,Company fuss quite a thereon from July 191883. 4
exceptedl'et1ImfDg day. :
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Work or orders left with P. Be : at
Wager
't'.1tmI.'s...' A Yankeeeditor would 1 large.orce of hands nor at work von,the For further information apply at'General Post Office,TitusTille or with A. Brady at or La Now', therefore you the said Wm B.

'.; simply drove advIeedMi Ella to put:her South Florida. railroad, between Fort: ,Ticket Office corner Bay and Laura Streets. Grange in Titnsville will receive prompt.attention.. Will be Moore and all other persons interested

Gumming and.Bartow..Several miles of 'W.B.WATSON,Manager! every Monday.'nlt.'B. s are hereby required to appear on or before *.
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i sdiiaoakand we..a IIetheGcuettll C.B.FXN WICK,Gen.Pass..Apnt.CASH .. R. WILSON. the first Monday the 4th day of Feb>>
:' toie 'very.thing.I ..- ?
I Bat we were about!to write.*lengthy grading and tract laying will be :pushed CASH !CASH! for said month, and plead to the declaration f
Will contmne the practice of Medicine in filed by the said plaintiff in said case
:-' artiste on the oyster.; :It wouldrequirea1aq : forward.eo as to complete .the ,branch as or attachment preceding and If befalls

,' article to do justice to oar large ;fat soon as then line, is ready for busi W HE' ,REP Tituevillevicinity" ; to do so judgment will be 'awardedagainst

r.; and tDe..ladian' Biver. bi-valvea.? The flees.,, 'Bartow:will1 have her, railroad as Office at J. M.'Dlxon'sDrngStore. the said( defendant 'according-
law and the' property attached will be .r
i' fUst thing"every' oyster' loving housekeeper soon as Tampa.I.naeFalatb AT THE A.. B.:HAWLEY. >. D..S. levied on; under,execution and sold .to .;.

*' ought'to do is' to1'discard at once : and Indian River railroadnow pay. the.said debt sworn to.

'1' All inferior oysters. The largest and;fined building, is owned by men who, own H Visiting Dentist. A. A. STEw AXT,
QOUJATEIt3 Clerk of circuit court of Brevard Co.
Fla.
:Makes frequent trips to Indian River I It
l are most nntritiow and easily digest the Jacksonville iDpa and .Key West Lake worth, Ac. V, Titusville October,22* 1883.. ,,26td .
railroad. The Palatka and,Indian River .
ed. Don't
; pUi.&heIn.m..thotwaJer; ,. even P. 0. Address, New Smyrna Florida. NOTICE. '

for a stew,a Cook them' .in their. ,own railroad has been graded,,to ,Comp,' .near ..

,JQMewith.no: ;milk or{ ,..water. Select .ax 'Crt ent City, and a contract has.been let .STORE. '.I Q ;H. NAUMAN.I .. In the Circuit Court, .Seventh Judicial. CirwU .-.' .
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Florida in said ,
x jdosen te man of the freshest-.largest and to complete the grade to, Volusia,"where t. : of county.
I rITU8VIiL Justice of the Peace and State of Florida, 1 .
'FLORIDA.
I1 hifhsst, flannel oysters,*opeft theae,'juice it will connect,.with the St 'Johns and i .: Notary Public State-at-Large. Brevard County.Mitchel .

t sal efstsfs into a shallow .pan, add/the Lake Eustis road. A1 force of men is at 'IS Also Commissioner Deeds for the State of : Peterson, .

; IIi adoaea: or twomore,:aD ounce or work mow under this contract. The Jack- ,PE2RISYLYAKIA.Office vs.A.'B. ; Bill in Equity
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t"- .. LInderman Notice.r .
f. ; ;t eft.llemy best, GiltrEdge,, Orange: sonville, Tampa and Key West and the ,>t.3: $. rr -r 0 : at the Haul-Over. (impleaded with) .'

--Ctewtybntter, a little::'pepper and,.aI Palatka I... and. Indian. .River. madswill. forma ."",.q 1:1''" S.1, t'.1. .. JOHNSON COCK8HVTT.: J. K. Willard, Agent., ? V

I continuous line from Jacksonville toTuspiie. ,... T.. To the defendant A\\ LInderman
: ,pie of salt;afterward smallquantityiefflssckerdnst. Bt: : ,,::

F' .' Place on, a quick: .fire; ., The., Plant. system which,. had The Oldest and Most Reliable Place of Notary Public, State-at-Large, By notified the order of this court you are hereby '
to appear, answer or demur to'a
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franchise into Palatka
'! aMarlrlJtheybeginto aweD, tthq.ue: 'no. get as good and Bill in Equity filed In this suit to enforce -

.f :4ss..:Eat them directly from:the pan- connections as they want by their con Justice of the Peace. a laborers lien of 9166.71 for clear

.kit, sad you have repsat fit forakingsFghttMbetdasenormcethe tract with the Florida Southern, though BUSINESS Court day, first Saturday of each month. .log five and 57-100 acres ot land, besltles.disbursements ,

; juice E .they will undoubtedly: run their,'throughcars LA GRANGE Florida. fore the first Monday and costa ot April.suit 'on 1884 or,the be

.shack yoa:hare.used';for'your stew in over the Jacksonville, Tampa and on Indian\,' River, Dealing inGeneral1rerchandise LA GRANGE STORE same being rule day or judgment will betaken ":

: fiat-class butter and little cracker dust- Key West. road from Jacksonville to ; against you by default. .

Tampa.-7imti- Always on hand a general assortment of r Witness my band and.seal of court this.
.._ .fG ibeaaawd phlPI __ r_ A November 12th 1883. d' V

I f JJH iditor.is.gone,the,,devil is. writing IAUILOa SKETCHES '.. < GOODS.. A.'A* STKWABT,
> 'a li ps r,filled 29 td .... Clerk of circuit court. .
f.. ...thti -aB ct e fie In a deil, of -,a hurry tocatering.to -wltli duuminx o wdab*stotios ---STRICTLY CASH.. : :
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in his choice mlMcllany,etc.is tents mos. on trial ,:None. but strictly, first-class goods. are NOTICE.
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.. .fffay.hi i gaatrono I. : for>oents.a' ana we send every adbaeriber E. L irtdy., ,

r: r episs sm,.and;then--why' he'll J.put his of FKElC 10.placer oar new.PQPUJar-Holiday,moaio package It'tnterMtlnggaxnea ,'consisting :.. January 1883 lyr 36 Sec.final months after and dale' I will presentmy .
accounts vouchers the-
. .h aoak. emda to
and fortune
telling
Ja
: ipack ofage '
i- l.1"' 1 pack**HoW to UffatToirda.1 pack tin and bought and sold at this Stand. Florida Manufacture. County Judge of Brevu-d: county Flori-
t Teacker's'Iisbtate: ., flirtation cards,1 aet chromo cards IS new ida as administratrix with the will annexed
: trick In magic 5 nevpozxles.game fortane of the Estate of,B.T. Titus late
1. o..u Rot'OI"PuBLtc INSTRUCTION the myrtle oracle tf ways to get rich,Heller's : o---? AMAZON PAINT WORKS
: of said
wonderful delusion cards, eta,etc. Endless county deceased and. ask form final -
Tiz'oaY .December 8,1888. amusement Agents wanted.Sample paperfbr I. ,discharge as such administratrix.
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%x Opew at l>Grange January let 1884, stamp. Backlog Publishing Co. Augusta.,Ke.f Remember, A, Dollar. < will buy. exactly. W J. BER/E ct Po.., :MART E. TITUS,Administratrix. .<
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manufacturers of the T uavilte, Sept. 17, 1881. 23.6m.
|. and.will continue in session one week. f NOTICE .
V
I All the teachers'Inr the county'are.ear- .Land.Office at Gainesville, Fla. \ $1.00 wer&Established AMAZON READY-BED PAHI5 NOTICE. '

$ BssilyteHteatoVpreBehti+ /Tlmespra t November 8, 1883. .. j. t Six months after date I will present to 't

i NOTICE hereby given that the followingnamed Honorable. .: County Judge .
counted : in all shades and forIWsaedIRte Florida .
the Institute llbe' ready
ring
i,
of Brevard
+ .. settler has filed notice of "IS-ra. county my final accounts
s"ti AH' Education: -- ; Pse.Sjecially and vouchers as administratrix of 'j:
D his intention to make final proof Insup-I .
;[' ..it sJso\cordialryv a'"vit: l to :attend our _of his claim, and that said proofwill the Estate of Bartholomew Einlff deceased :,
[f{ . be made,before A. A. Stewart clerk I Address orders to. Adapted For,TUs Climate and ask for a final discharge .from the -
ti be'rin
llut :- It is to biformaJi-i; circuit court at Tltusville,Fla; on Wednesday -i ? fl'"J administration. of said Estate.. ,;

1: Twsltaif of those'who have' ;the intereststrftelAildren + January i, 1884, viz: Charles L. i ,.. and. grinders ofPure C. J. SANDITORD, Administratrix; )7
.. .- : Titusville, Fla., Sept. 0, 1883. 19 6m.NOTICE. .. ,
i + at heart; I would saggfet Stewart,of Xant Gallic Fla., Hd 4,014, ; :
; of N W | 5 The Headquarters Store, White Lead .. .
\ for the B.Sj: Sea Township 't
'itiiri'riait f'time to :
: > prepare aprogrammeftkat 37E. .. .
274, BaDge '
!discus the E. Colors hi OiL Land Office at GaIesvifeFla.
teachm be ready to fie names the following witnesses to 1 > Titusville, Fla.CONTINENTAL. fNoZlctishere i

u to.bedpan for teaching= the vari6usbnu&cb'i i- prove his ooaUnooitt residence. upon and -, Once.. Fact ry,;: Nor. 13y 1883. .
0 '" cultivation of said land, v z:, John Simmons given that the follow
$ Board.j1' L '
rih'he"books adopted by the Thomas Snell, John L:Casper,"and No. 26 Ocean street, ing-named settler has filed notice, of .his ;
t m Tiny subject ihat'relates <'toLet1 John Houston, of Ean Gallfe, Fla. _. JACKSONVILLE FLOBTDA.HirSend intention to'make final proof In support -

Ii iS iSS a di'i.ln : order. : everyone; i LA.Baro a, ; :Hoof Ointment. oa bit claim and that said proof' will be .

{ 7 ,,one b6'bi: coaitrlhndte 29w5 ,Register,Ut S.Laod Office. .& ." for color card and price Bst. ,nude.before K.. N.' Dimick, deputy clerk
.: i ..-iq and'daiasii 'to .. Cures Cracked Hoofs. Sprains, Scratches circuit court, at Lake Worth, Fia., on
II{ ti' ( of I Edu- Tuesday 'Jan. 15 1884 J via .Edwin
k: u wfccthln/ko the common cause NOTICE. ; ;:BOOK. ; : S. I-
'ln 1 Jetl.:" ..'!t :'1t ; ;).. I. -' f'. [ .. W'IIITED: Bradley,of Lake Worth Fla., D. .& 718, :
t. SmM Judicial
Sores
tJii.,1m l CtiWt;; rir- and in
I Iii CUVMMTS.
'J : the lots 3 and 4,Section 34, Township
j:R: :Yoinf: dii'''iet't' s''ka:' e'-f- council 'of. :' .dat.'b ')Florid; Bmrd coktjAL.i 1 ) ; tl" ;Range 43 E. "

v teaahen and" friends;,. ..in which' 'every. A .188S.; : < NtrMt; .Cattle and:Shetp.r .' ilIA bnI He names ilb IWlowing i wi nesae to ;

-' : fib ...... fa..Wrd.... 01 ... sew asd_ i nport.t t prove his continuous rssidence upon, and
/ iOad""earich cry'other;aoihit ire < '.....,- ,-1&. .j cultivation ':
Joseph Smith 1 r. of,said Und,viz Albert Geer :
: ,
:, 1.-rt,1nIer'i lan4th: \. aratiob -- :v' 'Attachment, amountWm'B .. Ask,,jour Storekeeper: for it, or write ; = 1 l4: M.,'W. Dimick. 'Wm"Lanehart;. Benj.
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1ft. the number Inaldanoe.' : Moore: 'J sworn';tofSOOOO.B sa. coai3or. Lanehart,i of Lake Worth Tit. ., ', .
..,. direct toAMCRICAIT the-manUfact r!; ,' L..B.a .., .
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:< Moore ad all at iafelisird )
; ; 1 It 'Ta JY"; : pcrxms ( ..
N ,eVeJ.. .. .&fa1I7 al lI 1t .U c
J' ., Free! Canto aid CMr.We.W *. 30w5 Register U. 8..;.I sndOtlce., -4
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fit. :1,1tt= A'B11uY, ; ;fps,,f8cbooLL'. .NOTIGK' hereby-j riven that,a.writ of XITBRICATIiGOULCO. sad". >7,stead....jatCnrom V V .
.. .. Urge Gemwa.F re .NOTICE INCORPORATION .
q. 11 l 'Q .'. ..7 .))1. ,__ .1. attachment has been Issued against the f .eiceliet' :

8.t !(' .. !,! 1 Waktbeitlglald 1! { said Wm. B.Moore;and his property at- of over ddit rat pordwhaoa a stamp I IDw'' Bifar II Ithem .'1
; for postage. >sre< will seed me by audlasaspics .. .
tm rtrmimi: of Joseph -
., tachod to attiiiy -
f ,ten of oar bcsotiful Chroaaaoa receipt COMPANY. n''NOTICE
Jioq. >i amounting to Three:hundred ,dofMoir *"* *** t* .** **rkcadoM "
1he'filmthoaa Smith oItelicea j tn P ...I di Florida i t.Il : 1 f ,.. .: .. .:. .. Ohio. s cnns5 MotiJ'puce &t of oarftur* oil is HIBBBT OTTO* that fat'accordancewltb.th8.laws .

...n .:. .,..'",:...U :.a.;; 'to '111 # .a 5"" i" ;tnertelbre the said Wm.:Moore: .. 'cbraraoc. Agents wat.d: Adds OtSASflStCOM46sSuacrStistt.Bosloa.Mass.. : .,of.;Florida, we,. ;
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JIII8111K1.! < .. .ua"' '. and all o&herp.wDl: interested are hereby ; .$TAND4RDLnndry the undersigned have formed an association .:

}: f1fi:JIP r''of ttbO.( Eotitland'sEailroiddf required to appear and plead to the 4 $100.00 A WEEK!I. 'to RIser be styled and Northern and"known as' the Indian .',.,_.-."";'tff
: ? iiibeenl' In the above 'entitled :Transportation
'j"t, ,1..B. ;.:: .. _+.or. : ;"'' l'O't, '. '. case declaration oa or ,betoss-filed the-first Monday: in \\Wax good We,can active goanntee,energetic the .. V amount VV&. to Company for the. jporpose, of.construct' J
iL..of iRile ,, .
.
>t : tmT the being rule dayfacAadcourtDdUliq ; .- ',. lug, maintaining and operating a$a- ,
d.I88&, same : : ;
: t rii! .tJiI f March a. ,.shall' UU to app : .. -.! :A g-antS road from a{jointon'Indtan Rtrer at or ,

the one.Fho -d'Kr. dllend" :, );' sari aforesaid udment will .' Preaervea ;linen gives a .beautiful pn Ladies as wen aslRwtleinexi. *make a"success near Bockledgettf potec oa Late Pomsett .. .
r .
little
inthebusiness. Very capital
:== reqotred theSt.. lo ,
'I oo Johu rifer: Erevan ,
'd .t. rJ---- been vrrqfo Ufrieeoriun* to'lawAiA.ST .: We have household iutlcJeu salable asfkmr.It : .. :
ua.. a few,weeka.tomtesjat1lef' baa ar-. 'e > : u j' county. Florida;for.,the.purposeof coiH '. < '
"" AJ *waj T;tiV Li iah the iron from -( I ; : I
; '.. : :: prevento. 'sticking;saves sells itself did road '
-:; l ; ;nJ4"I ClerkP4Yard oouuty,Florida; coes.ne.m"I ;1

s, ..I ..p\W. ..at8)iatordrhM'IIi ) 1 >IUu 4allle.Noil g"l$83.. .31', :.td libbrM: : ,. ;'>d- I ,.,,", ;&.: .,.. '. notnes0 ItlsneedeesTdasin'p to expiate;xneriii.yi There ib: Ia Too mil do +sabgat.
> : JIDIo. .in ,", .
Iii
alT who' embrace .. :dt
fir this
harvest
golden :
1 r'bofaoelsrafda8''a: +dwy ,.and s'it ',' 4\: y DER.1s.Ja .. B'{ : ; .t,;.. i(] ... porpmla.:It cow y*noaly roue Beat to learn op. 'N ;11 } 4\-n'A1UnA..STE\1"i' ,. ;
uiudi..1riIlitial what our business 1V Bny a postal card an4writft .JjJ.uos'AXcCJM: > ; : .
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n ; f;; 4! .t ocKLEDGE,; F1YECEHTSACAKE.k toofl.sjidwv wiltaeaAZoe oar praspeo. Titnsville September.M 1883. ,99 3I .: ?
J) !L I"it .ili .Jt .. J tnt l1 pr.rUQP. 1 % /::
It .. ..... .Has Jastreodirediiodyoontlaeee Oo keepin "Randf id ">Ir. .J <-
,J : .",., : !.I .i.t.I.z:: : .' t. ; Ask;.jour I Storekeeper,for. it..,. 1 ....1' :" I ... ; "'::
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py
7.' h,' ... tf and complete stock of 5roceries r J.:1, .h NOPATENLRSV
.r_ 111:::'T.....'f D1 u stock. a full; : 'Hade.bI we"kaowyon will derive' mo ad- than: "i i' ; =, : "
'4':. ;,, """'- J 't_f.1... ma.-' ct1 Mt-. ;Boots" .AiU s,_Hats. Caps in .t t' .&AN4R1 ;oft" (, you have.ssy lass ot jOarxr .as'.a O"mNb.' eeh DkiaI .:' <
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'i : PIT.WTS "f1ee8. .:- '4i. _
manu1lilctUr1lUr is sad that _' :5.
t"" -.r.s 86ftaHrfib tt! 1ie'M4week great varlet., and :General 'Merchandise, JJ ; .a. f '.' I .' not afford todeclTe.company Write tou oa a we.portar ca '-v. '

'&L.3--1I' 'i 'W ... W8 u. .. tiifJb' 6 'Jver1 (; Cd,.ptl'on.c''A'ik, !fbrsiviiatever ....-n.i.,... : : r 1 1 *j.ti... *- Ohio. full and parti&ilsis.-gire your.-address*, ." plainly..- -'and-" ,-a-ftc ly.Mckeye'M'PgsC 1Te. a. to patontaWMty*,Urn obtaining ofnid .Pstenu s.is ee.OrFr, 18111.a.e ';.

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...:rtl 1! .b1ut.throu;'1;:h: afllfiT f jtejij oace_recognized the._ _figfoJrfe arf_. jTomj.who;hil) D "q'. Bilbury.. -MI can.sympathize with you1"Yes ; :Cadrapedaide

Joft-If: 4 v Toad and fair, I that of his wife, and was .his mind as to.Wbat'he should say."BulT4o matters and disappointments :
"AD i mmntun ** family oli'batnb
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sudden' ?rislvet, oeu.. 'UU,(t
'With.here aDd tbeta. among th. .green(", ,* :a cry of salutation when he nSt-imdeSMyb'u.411') *ell yWknbw. .'. r \.. .i J"Disappefaitmerits I 4..

....::.,. t.of'an'tat fee lean' t\ : .""..f''' l'ecarne 1J_ .--eAAl"lIOt'- m'ev'pleaw! "What'has: r happened'::.to : l l I.1IBnt. 'are+ .-The"eobnbmi'cafwilibe gtadtolK_ ?

l';:glowing"(\.J. ';'f .color\ N. ,r..l.bright, and.....,;rare.,...;' .:'., cognize him, for'with graaful; ( modee- iii>r) % .v ; <&' 't? i' youii :;;arid'!if you; will excuse you me'not- !: that silks will be cheaper.than enrfc i .

any .lPPJ: from the window"and 1 Mr. Bilbury w6ndered"ubit'the 'end : trio fall, asthoiisands of,'piewi hk
.. DI liJ'" 101I8 .lbUe r.I:' "I' &1j' ty she_wftoarew bad-looking..' ..Perhapsiybu have merely : ;qf,
i' r.ioU tiicI'Wlda' It1i zeiE' ; 'disappeared""as soon as she became conscious'thatjw.wfs :*ouM bk"il"f dbartfiy w hed thi tblllf lost your"heart td-one: e'. of, the nngladles' yearrsilkat have lately beeapatelaawlatLyon9
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ell tDl n lta.i '+ T T watching; her.struck Ai wife would recognice'him and settle the at cost price; *- v *'.
JdiMlclJ' at Aden.
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,. a breMhCfby. "daY.L1iq., idea nun. It was a foolish, outnot t difficulty by' 'throwing ,her :arms round l'fOb, no,", he replied.' r"And, to tell -The.anly; ::.wrapswhkhs.;> yo 'yogiwear.arethe'
'tt:1oC\1C': J" : .ij.,'" .1' 'He would his neck.
AMS3 t whicbhMbjgQtne4 anew ;'. wholly unattraV; one.) /: > a: : the troth, 'I am, doubtful'whether" any; :pelerine pelisse, _

: ac>;d't\: 'throaffti... \ pretend to be some one ,else-a friend, "Nothing' very seriouX"V he said.' |"I ,,woman would be .worth < worrying tot,and the Carrick, wdeb.JuIt ,if:
-J. ... .. would ask dare he has t yoa.\b lie has be .
i211\iD;. N Un' '.a'1..I&e. -.v. 'J.. -JJ say;ot'her'ihuaband's; : say about?' V t. v .*, i V .\: it'l; ii .itUt. .J 'to.see 'te' t' 'as sucli./Of ,.course thewould come very fond of tiger-shooting?" '
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} Don't be. cynical,"\said Mrs.,Bil' neck, ,and fastened with _a_ bow i ot
t.i One! "M. ;. lJ. at once &{&-. i ;;:; "Ah,; i'4 li; "TeD'1ht,hfr j TiTary, '
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r : 0 lIq consequent bury with a smiled MPerhaps,you extoo'm ribbon. r ,t
... .'. : and the ten mel' tl' : :";o *
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rte( si' -L r;:. f. then surprise, ch from t."
I J Well 'lie\ventduttiger-shootingone .pect ;women. u ......:Little'girls of from 4 to 8 frequently
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a1ChrOfld.as complete .
.AYoungWl'e' mpw.
> Measthusure Lrettet 1f'iie "I expect sympathy, fidelity and consideration -' wear the Louis Y jacket with
accompanied
{ ,. '\ knocked, oay as usual ah-he was ai c large
fPi- 't :Bilbnry'>I.i* ,\the* :y junior: therefore<< at' thee door!.and, to the '.servant = only by irufs servant. They! entered'the ," answered Mr... .Bilbury, rivers forming.a.eol1ar. and:.pock8tiHthe (

partnerinT the-gi ltttlrm., )Bilbury" who appeared ;'apflouvc dlthat, he j jungle 1, .Suddenly, and,without \warnjr gravely. same style. _,Under the loose wiostcoatisworu -

Blackthorne:.,fc .Co"'tea: merchants .of .had just returned from India and de:: t ", huge Somali I tiger .sprang, upon ""But the probable. death of your.huabaDd : & plaited- .. skirt...'

"Calcutta: and. Ix our husband and bore him to the earth.The : !I"added Mr. Bilbury.. -It is not at all likely that the'Je>

,i* Mr.,JoeephfBfibury.his. father,. :Dame, but to was admitted :and hbinto native) fled for assistance lp arrived ((Oh, I Jn'phn'osophiC; We were soy wiD.remain 'a fashionable igarneat,

:who has'a'-very'oice'house-at Bow:;and the; drawing-room*..where,1 AA'some ; and the victim was ,found faint only together ;;for 'two days, we' only. for it has already become common;bit ,

.. tila agtWQ there.was'athird perturbation, of mind he awaited from loss of blood 'with',his right arm knew each other for a few' ,weeks.
ui year:' ? ;ago; it has made: certain place.!for:.itaatf,

.. member:.i 4fceflrai. in.-the.,person the :advent.of.,the wife, from whom torn out at the socket, his left eye destroyed 'What' am ''I ,to. him? What is he 'tome and will remain through:fluctuations or

t !?. "* oT.. ThomAS". .V .$'uncte. .*? lit t.*MrBabbington_ m.f ...c" I he had been so long and sVcrueilysepaP"I and the c f of;'his Jeft leg-ah ? Life is still before'me:"' fortune'as the basque and the polo
J "BJackthprne; ,tne; Calcutta repreeenta-- ia scored by the cruel claws the I "That is' rather plain speaking .
9tJ.'f 4nq'1. \" tfw.W --deeply and the blouse waist have) done* -The
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tireiith&eetabliootoaoeem... But,'u*for-.I. suppose, ,that. she willknqw me," I ferocious monster: ul! thought :Tom. "I wonder whether Jetsey is;easy and deligbtful weatla&a

.... : '. :tmnately.- v..;...Bl ktnorne. ,' 'like. many he reflected,.as he stood.with" .his, back "Dear :me; .how :;alarming 1"' 'commented she would like to' get ;np a flirtation good figure and'far.informal nrneaVMf

E., I y ._. :wt.. :..lye f..I.in' rndI. drank_ to:the'window' ;',."but it:is tre.that I ;Mrs.. Bilbury,; but the exclamation I with, me. I. will 'draw her on' a' lit It fits a glove; yet admits of.auea

y toomuch. .t3ootehRle yavid:Bale, have grown a tolerably big beard since I seemed' 'so out of.'proportion to the tIe." i freedom 'of 'movement; its elasticity

aacI"' ..fit. i.too-inach '.rcurry and,":too:many went away, ancUthat. bane: tbeeomer gravity of the.:story'bit Mr.: Bilbury "Ha !I": he said aloud, on have does away with all sense of 'binding.or

7. ""Bombay: d4 cks; {the result being'that; considerably tinned.. However, the felt .,seriously? ; disappointed.; '"That. happiness" within your grasp, and you pressure ; but for this very ,reason'*

'atthe'e or fifty-five his.liver:declined beard ought to make no great difference. fuUy acc&imtsooritiAueil tydia; Jfor; can 'make another:.happy.'' ,It. is"-sot round, flexible, graceful form is arin

i. to bear"'the''' 'sfaWn,. :put. upon-- it-and, collapsed .I suppose.,,that she,,should..know me ifi i his bad spirits. His fight arm"- everyman who :is so'' fortunate to dispensible qualification in the wares,

,":leaving' iis'owBer._ ;; ; s6. 'ireak." [and she saw me'in!my, shirt-sleeyes, or withkboth "Yes,lorn outit'ttie:. soccet;Mrs. Bil meet with'a woman 'like::you. Now, and 'no\ angular, or' made-up: 'figure

,,"' IntUtbe had barely:time.,ere ,he:,died legs cut off at the knees. On the ;bury. He has learned to write with. his. I confess that I have been unfortunatein should ever attempt a'"Jeraey.'b j ..

Hi :'to telegraph .to bis'partners 'hi England; other hand 'sbe thh-aks'I'8n still at Cats. lest hand." my experience. But if I I- thought .j.' *:';

a brief notice ;9- his impendtg'late. :cutta, for shemusthaye.: ,! had my last "Ah dreadful. And his left .eye that I*i might ,hope :for ,your 'sympa .Domestic Copd: 1 'rrj ':

.- ..This ilarimin ideepicbarriredatapitttcnlarlytdpportnuemoment letter,,this morning. ''I.hop;6 my: sudden: ,a3T r A'U C t3 / 7 ) 1 i; thy"-. .: The. American"manufacturers come'J
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v : ; ?Mr. appearance here 'wo Jt' .upset her, I "Yes ; he wears a glass eye, PoOr'fel- ,"Surely, Mr. Tilbury, it would to the fore'this: season 'all .
surpassing
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I Thomas Bilbury\b a4 on the day pre 'must be careful'iHere low" be 'unwo nanIy of me.io; ''refuse it.
I efforts 'and rival those
previous
: .., )vious-mairied! ,a.;very charming' :.younglady his thoughts were' switched! "It must beagony I :-,And his leg '"This;"'thought Mr..Bilbury to himself of.foreign manufacture, fairly in magnificenceand

:, LydialApplee by:name:; and the aside by the Unmistakable sounds of; 'deeply scored by the cruel claws of the "is my faithful and devoted wife I" beauty. The superb' brocades=oh

intelligence of his nncle'aaad conditionnecessitated rusting..u.akirtii./J -tpt... jpassage- i wijhouf; ferocious ,monster I Terrible, .misfortune yet he was doable to retrain 'from seat- ottoman-f grounds ,are strewed with

". that the' :newly made;; bus .and ae4ecteoo=pp ed,M i vplw tardy I And when you left him; Mr:. ing himself beside Lydla'andputting : of shaded roaearand other flowers.

; .band-Wo,,by..the way;'nad! grounds
I aCQuainte with',,his,,pride.about the same time.coughing nervously. enormous
Billrary;"lie said,"I loveryon 1 I.Do you, diniere desigm are in-high relief,of cot
m weeks' before --marriaf should, "May X offer you''a chair?1 I am A new light seemed to break upon can'you lov 'me ?" l'I ;* velvet 4
on ptainivelvet. The Ame n
without a moment's. 'delay;;take, the'taro' afraid JOA wiU) ditheiOfee wia-i Mr. Bilbury. Did his wife want him ;
She gave< a scarcely. perceptible satin maryeiUeaux satin .armuref J'armure'Dijona -
; for'.$orer, >i.TOes''fo' Calais'and dow too much for you," said 'a soft to survive? He felt by no means sure V gesture ,

,#bea"ce. 'go by h..toe. ...,quickt'route.. .,.. ... to,'" Cal-" voice'bdbitdMm;. **_* <, .i. of, it"It, Of convinced assent r and Tom, now' 't1i9 rongnly! plain .satins aid 'TeNeti

.ClI--' ,. ;T._ e.w" ., ''t: : 'll.;' ''U.. "Oh no; not at'.all I"! he returned, 'is impossible to say'with Certainty of his wife's! \ untrustwprth1-' gros-grains are equally elegant ;ot the

Blt th0rD6'S'.4eath: }would.,certainly, facing hiavife i iLinst3wtaid; then ," he said ; "but you must hope for mess., .sprang up. and'coilrronted f above described shades. Theasareiall
I : 'confusion and: 'ber; .. r duplicated in delicate colors i r eveaiai
thitrthebieee.,.. into. ; hastily resuming survey of the gar the best. Let me/beVofy&i, my dear !
; : ,_ fL vwvVfoSe 'iifci- "}lrs.. Bilbury: 'he said;, "whatwould toilets,.such:a..brilliant golden-olire,
-r... .r .T- O ""' leDI! I Mrs. Bilbury; to keep up your spirits.1"Indeed ,I
:' emuup..j1 1, the future,ofthenrm. your husbandsay't0',. tnisf i'Y o ;: manila,' ;eglantine pink, ..light; l e,

,.. -, t '. '.l-:0V: ..fu.' .. .. ,I Mrgi ur u .w i9 Q i leJst recognize Then he had not quite for- have'disgraced him V; !creamy white, the pale milkJ.1,lad

'] once; ,my l + bpy4wro; a fire'to her:be husband ""Do she'added.let( me' order "- gotten me." She V looked'V up, and.Held. out her hands. 'maize:: ,i *; : > -.s
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)(r.Joseph Blitauy,to his son, who was lighted, -"VprEltten'yop.1i repeated Tom,his J imploringly. V V The odd conceit of uniting two mite*
worldl"}
in t1ie'DJe' Wight, "and send, your "Oh no C""T'T; notor ejaculated, feelings for an instant getting the better I "Ah!! if youwereoQlyagWll; ypt iiio?' dale in:the way of placing ::thV ftfbed
Tom-as he' turned round con- of him. "Oh I think that it is
slowjy ; .no, '
wife to me. Iwil#'take care of her, ;And he.approa bM her and took h r.by ,fabric below and the plain abore wffi 1 be
flat Jbveli the to'havea'ilU8band
scious Otett his nervousness lot of but few women
L aad>see :bet sfttled in your: v new: home tliehand. 'Focian, ; Instant-he.; stood revived 'with also',the fashion:bf,"ie.- .
I was' no excuse for his rudeness.. "But'the so utterly devoted to her." :
\ iDgiptafu'velvet
'atlBibhnion&').:.I 1IOUId. .1O'1D but thus;' then he raised: .:the hand and basques with'a'fiflefe&t
;;;;...u'k9 UII''njt -n '--' 'Arid above fact iS M1:"=: + "And of b.utfe" men to;,have a. .kissed it 'arid skirt. Some '"fet tie
., ,"ftJ..If I ) ., 'M ynSme'is'Mis: : $ lbuiy'V E nnatly he kiasedihis: wife of the new fabric*

'. i :tbj ;;xalieoate: off.youriiver.RTtfere I I i ___ __ wife""So.._ -_ .. _.h on-,. rhfi'chv cold season } ,are.&//ejceaaiyel coarse aDd

,* >, *.sin. help" ; for. 'It,!' "Mri" .,t'.Biltu -..' MiS..ti UD f.bIIIbk" that rtrnp I M am I' noCeyettentirely charming said Mr. Bilbury,finishing J'"Are" you going. ,;hi .. Bilbury?"* sheasked. I rough, like,blankets. Wide stripes.>accompany
lury, '
" i"i; } : .. ,.. the sentence. "
,tliatehejpustjgQi; so; f' : ., ''S'' <.t'; : the.plain goods.
> burjr: L a, go reconciled 'to 'this abominable : V t

'". he !dM,'puttingthe best;face ,on- the English climate. "Iah-that is to saya "Oh, Mr. Tilbury I Bui excuse me., "Yes Iliad better g&; ii fig for:..the =..;4' klbbbh.. r ",

7svistt/e, ; -8DaoVL\tn.---' y very' long and in of Of course you will stay to luncheon. I best. We could not be happy. Goodi .A I 'ipt II J.'"In:

1; J ruder gop4'bye.tq, hi'. .IY ttie fife. mangO": :poaal yhohas ah uaD
H6 escorted bet acroes''to Portsmouth woman bates solitude little less than I slowly to the ribbons for
door satia
; away .very narrow ;>> r
and chutnee ah-r-w th.,the thermometer L
,'<. putbet. bit" ..... a. t nd, ll'tftlri'. 'kioeed'her, ., standing-doggedly.at: .. a hundred! and: smallpox.-On. ? mpment-iii. ti I [>..,ill just :' =here'Q' stood..,painfjilly. 'regarding and toes yery Wide for sashes'5' tiitt ,.ib
: .u 6"': r.ntr &id.,ten' toot the :next V >/ tit rt go and give the necessary orders." And ,medicunkhemploysd, igc bdtll
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-, :; ,.t .,. I... .two in the shade, is-ah ; but I dare .1. ', ",
;: train. .for Dover.} vf? \..,u. .!' R.saotiiuthsad !I'n n .r T"" : Mrs. Bilbury rose and quitted the room.,, \VGood-byei" she ,echoed. But," .. l t : i{
'."_, .....ij. (, J I "Well this is awful!" reflected 1 her .she' continued ml = thought" *
3oSn'I! new hodie on : another 'Voice.. of clustering very.narr?
8khmonded -fa J "Oh :perfectly, :Mr. I think I .
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".' ;:<{aBd. he for, ,many : husband as soon. as he- was left alone.. "ftlfilV"M 1 i ; ') ri bbou 4 u different 'e ,-'
'' the
:!(.'; months 'afterwar4woiked; hard at his I have not:" *pleasure T ,-pt,' knowing: your, "She doesn't! recognize me, and apparently i WJTctal'.V{ repeated Mr. Biltauy starting t bows fe .@\ .,ofPwik

=_' the : name she doesn't' seem 'to ease for me : and coloring. "Wh'b told dsJhas .fc -
4esk m.Calciitta, arraaginff. i:worldlyafftiroft 1.'bomaa' ? : ;: you mj' revivgdthatmar
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",..;-.fIIl"M.,- *:.a..a';: uncle: ,i.l-and: from' "Who att'lf?';thoQghtMr. much., ,She;-reminds, me that there areas name was Tom>> ,?I',', V 'r.: '4. 1.*!. 1! .fiW1 favored } fcojifiiaattS ;

of Bilbury. "MyiMW: *lieaekJ, afth a good fish i.PAe. as ever out >' /JYpu did,. foolish: I\Y te-
time to tUae-sending hooadeirepoats': same; you ifellowi I about"And' : i a; ut '
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'htR; ; lope-lettieere.fA \L slight pause"is Tilbury. of ft..- That lilsappdsenfeans'l w I .,. o "" ","..' IO t w .fore.
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::: r, J yea J.'TcT-ct. f&-.' "ro'telapeeA" he. ,iViWhatia .curious\simila4ty.?" said would only die 'and liberate her ,she know J ,me,.r.tt'y,1110'9"< .pug ,1 itM i1a4d dress; apd..J t

:v .ii 'fir audi his wire uYes:.1 can readily.believe: would pr mp U ly'nikny'soH "one else; he cried,.,as'he, quickly returned to ma" not re44hemaii pu efface :
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:- -' '" ...... .tt t .. ... ;: 'thatcomiag, .homefrom' ..India4pltl A nice instance*of, the.faithlessness,,9! J fi.L-You- hive known: me all the.... furorshoo null just a u. 'lt>
.t
fliea_tet ataedMhs..had gone out; Im a'A I should .. -
more
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women. Perhaps do well to long ? ,. than' probable, aowpyer,- that it
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! taAonteat sTnotlceV 'Uttf oreeeen cirsuddenly .J.
.."' l .. .s',q 'Y. J l' leave her at,..onqe.and:never let her **Np ;;I did not know you until you will soon expend itself as they Tbl| ce
: Oed IdTt .him free'
:
. ,....I stook t3 heaUncu\ inttif.ouP. know the truth ; but I cant do that i told.>me that. tremendous story"about. ,of.a storm is its own prophecy of 7abatement.
: ... wiwilling. ioleias a.iday, t:,,he :;;; \1 PoiiRtiIJ: ) .; : love her 6U r in8abic ,a'>ae afcaiB I love the tiger.-- -\' There,.was'no mistaking you, "v t
: ifinlj ) steamer ''o'' ;
\givelDe wmeJwWs her than I did. No I will then !I"
n Y :called : more ever ,Ii8aJsh.rib arils
\\t1 + t ona,are w
: fhb : some J
: '.- peosgfr'was 'lien cr' him ?- li bopa'sol iVthbugkrthathis'fasV see this affair to the:end.. 'If she is unfaithful y this time L Mr...ind.':Mrs.r .Th'omaAniVBmMAm .\inexamcle4 Am"
be
> : to Kichmoad* ''a:311tter;: ,writtp4. !;g Jew' ietter'was not wrltfe'ii in'rvery I will find her out,and then-'j b MA{ 1 each"other;: ,soa late patterns. in suty. The,: r"apd.
; awn .brocacM,
4.8 f 1'1i Mr. Bilbury '-- -- 1fi "
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sac Bich '
.*:! tb et t.;.tit .,,regretted+ ,''to: hiswifeihat'theiiiiMineofhusmesa lwdkin ".". ... aN/ .,c3 ..b1 His meditations were cut short by the ctionate ., the) thed; ; ;nysation velvet upon .appe" rich, dim, hare
rendered
''That' satisfactory'!'.'thought"Kr! J .,, was very: .fragme tarr. ;and I
.' would' .. 11. .. J" j 'tQ. 1eptt rib1 ;
1/; -- ."The lapse' of two'years baD 0BnbatY. that she. had ordered some luncheon;: .Dinted( ; 'It': Wr&K: ;i with great'aiuoeeui J .entirely cow !
;
:: ___ ailftier Jor-atle at a '
-i i chronicle '
... impossible to:
Rt'hy
w 1t 8lfhel"l love me." and said -
.;: '* t for that hem timM wblle do his best' ruby and reaid pinkror. wlne-coteed survsiz ,1
JBaonth.
.' (('t but it:is ;
u .' .. .iie saidaloud. "I can give to amuse her, as there was no one else.. certainJ ,they forgave tae a'1trG1t-Uke. ,""I"h :
i'/, .-a.Hc tmteM,home wkkout. ; ad venture,: "Yey" ether, and it'is' a ''I'matter 'of \ h : ..... ,. "
{F: ..laaded in due coarse at'Dover :arriveddpoto you: some. :news,'of him, for- a :month 'in the home except the- 'servants.:'.) Tms ; .that there bas since 'notoriety. Perfe -.t 7PJ. THP:? fc"- :

..>Sc late' : t'pWbI'aJiIt' I:was-at Calcutta: style oi-W iii 01 madeTom. ... more. i vbeen np Mppietcouple There are other, ribbons ,whkh ape JHe- b1pnttopiaitpttAe
-t- ",,: ? }... .. }wtthoutkwiacvwrltten ago, \. l J t-rr; 1 1auc1.'more' on. .Richmond.'H.Charibeia', { .
.tf) "- 1J, a word: ,lf.rraianiagto'rr "Indeed'oIigtitfull Do sit reckless; and at 'once he I !7 t. .' ,.t' .J1 ..r eiOa Itaad \tem
i
IT "'!;on-inert, 'morning. to :It.isdeyghtfulto tOan of.. -.i. .. '. .J..t...,. .. conventioaatldeala
LydJe\b downMr.Tabury.; ;. ; : II 1111 ; .'= :: ,, ., -
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t'i.: '. ,Il-- ,,did not.L.:Write meet any ooaeRhq has seen my husbandso.recenUy 01- .e .t' {o' t... f' i. I till-. Othera AT in? ,.. qj ip '1ritI1L...... a :

: tI11.L f ri'w''r werptsiywbape'1Ybirn : ; forl gather t from.what.you where--eo he let it appear-he' had WSAT TPo: oj\-Jl"'JSST't"S' LrE ti.,='' __1_ }, .CNltra'. 'Ofslut J .is 'thp'aeiid 'I
::. ;' ... How broken'the hearts:of; .several :charming _'*. .
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ppdaneeeould. say,that you have seenthim. Woe eetotalbs.Will notlce'\ 'w1 --[t.* -r ;
-.; '., girls upon the whole had behaved' ( .. -. .1at". 'I. 'J t
<: ,t. Al "' _.._ii' ", ,. _i.t1.' ;0l::t .... .. he?" .. i'i .Si\'f" tf iMr. : in and fyrepie eadbamaiianaY c""It 1 the .fiSfc! waybill,'over, them i' ** ;- .a. -v> r 1* ;
,
t '. ysy;...gaaOifiMiohaaWe. Babury was by,,this time.much a 11111 : NorthernPacific, Koad'was,'eomPJ:1 '-In foreeastiac. weatter, .JCnBeOdI.i.

.t ...'.: .......... wa. ., ; ".,. ieioke adther.Wrot.' \ekerdeed in his: Mad'.as to,,what to.say .must" have been' very,delightful," ]a;+doLbeer..,.,.< h3s 'ofwc. 1irillt.. _t at I B1IIIeR prl't&. ttrait W r_ JJ ". ,
._,"r"- .:. _''' i _._:.;;; ; .fpepsts. next.. On the/eoe: band he was'afraid aid MrLBilbuIy. '!I wish I had been J'Md'1, ,
.... ,. .. .. the fault o(the po i.tionl9ta. Item I .,..i. .
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. ;,;; O"1:; ... .' lr ,..-, :..tf, i.J.'l.. Jf..;, ,.... I to declare'himself for:fear:of:ir&hten- t> &e t.olttiil m Pled. shows muwsetar; : ofIthett.
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4- that the most
pressing need .1 VI." "
: ;: '1.>- :> ._,., ... 1 of the f'
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. $ u.< here. Of I knos .
ant -
,' 'y i--1"..- r ;'I.,., 8'8J .; ing his:wife;:onthe'other; he rather evening course fat Northwest is I IC '1'v-j J
a IiiUiiOeeaii a .
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:- <' I ..... ,.. ._ i ery icag .
:::. ,.:'" .. t ,, -;, _.:J ( one the neigkborhood'andas amy ,
::?: >, .. enjoyed the altoat n;. He every Jn ot'
fti1f" : 3tIer'efoi'e! '
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iJ- 'cr t detendlied ibrthe preiefat'to DaarrJec1-Wmnan. 1 ask Rom I like to .. ''I =:: 'oftb
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'f' naaaiiroe. .. o' ':,.-,. '- ...> Vi- 1..r-' ; # r some 4J ..." : { C. iidJ
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r > ; t:':' i ,*1i.'" :JaJl1t: cIt -' incognitovMHewas"he;:.\ 1.\ -:0 home. You must come nigh ci T., .J. .cIrfaI, .. t.II ..at. .,.E....

.:, "? .1v ,_'t" fii : Q ; said with. _deliberate. _. h Mr; (Tflburyf, ,.and sip with III. "ift > ;.Nner.on. _jpactioa ,which. WI. *'. \.""{ "'"' t1t ....J:. "R RK

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r.tcpk'a_great_, elephant Wblclrhad foughtvaliantly nies,'V ; heroism of the wives r ,"' .._ ,-""- .
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'bo' : tor the --
V V V Bingd named him : .
: : r SmI1'8.-Pare. cut
of in
the pioneers : "Jbe.*womeik ..ofthore long
:; .lThelr [nteUla.nce, Affection and Ajax, dedicated him'to-the sun, d'let: u When woman's heart o.ertow.Witb grief, strips lay in.cold water ,for
J.FUasonln Faculties.. ., ,tlmt!de l ::a;:readinee*:and an hour
with .The rtreams sadness
I .....,... him go' ,this inscription : "Alex '.courage.as/;remarkable 'as that of the And!instantly she finds relief Cluict1yriae, dry by spreading them on'a 'towel and

an er.the'. 8o.of Jupiter dedicated men.... The"Swedish women, near the By dropping crystals from her eyes. pressing another' upon 'them,"fry' to,a
V -A gft **" fcy cat suicided,'bydeliberately -' nAjaitoV'the8irb! ''> '
: The
elephant was light brown On salted
lard shake off
side of the
4V' tte ,Philadelphia,while boiling soap But roan has not a woman's grace; ,
;. +-+*f- -jumping. .* the dock. into found with this inscription''three were. ;!.1f.&I'D8d"that ;the Indians were When overborne by sorrow's throes, I fit in. a hot colander line 'a deep dish
""'f AA h. hundred and:fifty, after.' J He:simply covers up his face with
.., : years coming. They took refuge,soap and auto And'blows in trnmphet tones his nose. a napkin and put In the strips.
t.-:' A;rem kable.;instance of,the.fidelttyaad figs have been known to live to:the the fortified church, blew the conch- They should not be crowded in frying

V \s fcitTpf te 4og lately happaaet .age of.twenty ; cws'live. about fifteenjeara shell horns to alarm'the meD and when -Paris workingmen are organiz- but each .should be distinct and free

at Milford.'Haven. Two ,men ;)'sheep eeldomexeeed'the; age often the Indians tried .to undetermtoe, ing...in@t. cheap labor from .Prussia from the restBROWN ,

f'.aedaT* and ,Taylor:were out in"a j ; a horse has been known to live to ,{building,)'ladled.the, aiding, soap upozithem and Italy.: BREAD..'- Brown, bread,

'i Whioliiiae swamped. The former 1 1xlf the age of sixty-two, bntavexages from and so saved themselves iron -=Six hundred ostrich eggs have" to I which may also be served as a pudding,

".- .j..these. .-, .was" _the"- Downer' of 'a' 'dog; and 1 1irtuletbe twenty-five to thirty; camels sometimes destruction until their husbands arrived far been laid at the,ostrich1' farm neE r I is made by.taking one cup of niniy* ..

rues viersstxugglii g in'the attain a hundred years; The. .renowned .Hannah Bradley, of Anaheim, Cal,. i i one. teaspoonful of aoda'.dfaolved'in

ii 4. 'water thfr'animal caught hold of Taylor Cnvier considered it probable for a Haverhill, to Massachusetts, who had I -New York highwaymen have waylaid half a cup of boiling water; stir'this in

Triiti the object of'i pporttDg .bin ; whale to live 'a thousand years. The more.than_her share of:,captivities and men to get the gold setting of their the molasses until it is thoroughly

ftndh'l, however, that it was not. his dolphin and porpoise>> attain the age of adventures- killed an Indian :who was artificial teeth: mixed with it,; then add :three parts of

master to.whom he thirty ; an/eagle I died Vienna at the Graham flour to,one of. meal insufficient
}:: was'read'rU1g.thIa: rushing,into the "open gate, of her husband'a .Philadelphia man'got up good .corn

t instance, relinquished his grasp and age'of one hundred and four; ravens garrison, by: throwing boiling deal of ,popularity for' himself ly i quantity, to make a batter ; to

r. :wentto the aid of, Davies'hiB' master, l.frequently:reach,:the age of.one hun- soap upon him ; and.when the savages feeding his .bloodhound. a cat every this add a tablespoonful'. of melted

}" -supporting him until he was rescued by dred;' a tortoise has been known to came to capture her a third time, she day. lard. If you wish, eat it while hot

4 passing steamer, the other, man'being live one, hundred and seven 'years saved herself by shOotlng'tbe foremost u in place of bread, dry it in the oven for
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not that be
not
.. Judge judged
" Swans and pelicans are long-lived., i.L .. dead. In 1676, the battle ,which Tal- ye fifteen minutes ; if for, pudding, serve
is rendered in :
i drowned.The i the Afghan testament : fresh from the
illustrated .. cott was fighting, in defence of Bad- steamer with a sour
partridges I r. I 'Do not do justice, lest justice be done .
E. Vy the, following from the notesof About Women. wasdecidedby by the promptness of to sauce.

"In the women ,who'loaded with small shot you.Coyote8 GREEN CORN SOUP.-Make this soup
$ ; a sportsman: hunting partridges ; are reported to be so '

before now I .have sometimes been a Matrimonial Memoranda. and nails a cannon that had just ar- tame at.Mineral Park, Arizona, that when there is any good broth or pot-

r good deal, amused with one: of their Never taunt with a past mistake. I rived from Boston and conveyed,_it to they come into town and play with the liquor in which poultry, veal .or beef
has been
t. ::1 ickL:: On. my coming near the ,flock Never allow'a request to be repeatedLet the' defender ; these. discharged it, to boiled." ,After husking half a ,
: the dismay and rout of dogs.The dozen ears of tender green corn, and ,
the: male partridge, ,would rush. toward self-abnegation be the habit ot savages. A '
longest private
'ffJ telephone wire
the silk
_.with feathers stuck out like a frill, both. story is toM. of a maid servant 'in Dor- removing cut through ,the
" : \ in the world Is said to ,be in Scot- centre of the rows of grains, and then
with wings flapping, and,making a terrible chester who defeated an Indian single- .
r"I forgot" is never an acceptable,excuse. land. It extends from Glasgow to ,with the back 'of the. knife, scrape ,out
? fuss in every possible,way. Aftertime handed by the use of a musket and a
Wemyss Bay a distance of thirty-two
the inner of
portion the Boil
a though, I: found' that .this was I shovelful of live coals. ,A young girl grams.

only ft; trick, .while'my attention was : If you must criticise let it be done in Maine, shut a door and held it, and miles.A; the corn for twenty minutes and I Just
North Chatham (N. Y.) farmer enough boiling water to cover and prevent

r.; -being'drawn to the blusterer before me, : lovingly. thirteen women and children bad time
bas dog that climbs trees., It recently burning ; then add to three pintof
;, the female, with:,smooth feathers and I'' Make marriage a matter of moral to reach a blockhouse while the Indians
captured a raccoon after a desperate broth, and palatable seasoning of
judgment were chopping down the door and
i.drooped head was hurrying off with the ,-,
fight in the high branches of a salt and pepper, and keep it hot while
& brood to;a. place .safety, and when ,Never make a remark at theexpenseof knocking down, though they 'did not \ '
chestnut. a dish of nice toast is ,made' to serve
kill its defender. Twelve after ,
f 'this.had been accomplished there were the other. years
'. Bickford's ingenious defense of his The French Republicans are. already with it:
J no longer; any partridges in sight-male ,Give your warmest sympathies for their heads COOKING TURNIPS.-Turnips shouldbe
female," house, at Oyster River' some women, putting together to
.. .or earh other's trials.
:
v cut across' the
fibre in
of leas
rings
at.the same place, imitated'it There discover the best wayof celebrating the

LV -Ant upright Indianian. on returninghnfrozni If one is angry let the other*part' ,the, being no men in the garrison,they fired centenary of the French Revolution six than half an inch in thickness, for
visit to the home oft
a: hence. three reasons : .First, the turnip need
lips only for a kiss an alarm, loosened their hair to appear years
his fathers and mothers ,in Kentucky, be thin instead .of
only in
peeled very ,
: like and used their so The_ city of Devil's Lake Dakota
,Let each try to yield oftenest to the men guns ,
1 he saw 117 snakes about the size of the usual
eays. and waste-
: manner, thickly ,
briskly that the fled. In 1712 is not yet one hundred days old but
wishes of the other., .. savages ,
bit
a lead pencil playing on a smooth
i : fully ; secondly, by so cutting them,
Esther Jones, saved Heard's garrison already choice lots are sold at two thou-
:of Band bar at the mouth of a run that Neglect the whole world besides rather the fibres are cut across,'so 'I that. how
to the township of' Dover, In New sands dollars each It has seven large
empties into Bromwell's creek near,his er than another., ever old the turnip is,it.is never stringy;
Hampshire, by mounting guard and hotels and two banks;
f V,farm They, were V gamboling on the Never talkat one another,eitheraloneor thirdly;they require only fourteen min
calling. so loud and, confidently as to Marie. Amelie Queen of Louis '
r ,gland after the fashion ot;lambs or kit- in company. .' '- utes to boil in plenty of boiling water .
,make the Indians believe"that help was Philippe,was the first lady who travelled
tees Sometimes:>> 'they '..would'unwrap Never speak loud to one another'unless stalwart I and salt, and thus the delicate flavor of
at hand. The Experience on the first French that from
railway
f, ., 'themselves into ball .large. as his ;: the is also
.. .a as the house is on fire. Bogartb of Dunkard's Creek turnips preserved ;: they can
in Paris to St. Germain
constructed
,, as I
around until be
.two fists and rolling more easily mashed. 'The thinner
go .
,Always leave home with loving words Pennsylvania, in a ,hand-to.hand fightin Thiers said, to amuse the Parisians.An .
YV it would tumble into the water,',and : the circles of turnips are cut the quicker
be the last to which two white
for they may a doorway, men .
i :then the little :wigglers would unwrap old bachelor says ladies do not they cook, and the less'fibre they will
The felicity is in the mutual cultivation were killed, slew three Indians with an but
i themselves and, scamper out into theiand very faint from tight lacing, from: tight : have.

again. Three of them.were'killed of usefulness.A axe. ._ _. hair dressing. In presence of an angelin CURRY OF MUTTON.-Put half a

by,being squeezed to death.in, the. balls. good wife or a good husband is the Scraps. fits, ,he says, suggest ,the, letting I dozen small onions ,into saucepan'

J;' and finally they got" to' fighting- ,whereupon greatest of earthly blessings. -' down of her hair; she will at once, display with al tablespoonful of butter, a,'teaspoonful -

f their mother, who was lying on a' Never find fault unless it perfectly -The fashionable tendencies are so consciouness, carry her hands to I! of curry powder,,,a little seasoning

t 3og watching their sport,:came. down certain a fault has been committed. running'to enlargement,that it is feared defend borrowed locks, and moan forth I a tablespoonful of, prepared

row.When another season'or two will see the fe- the desire to be at once brought home to I flour and .half
of
and stopped tne ; he went, Let' all your mutual accomodations : a pint, : cream ; stir
'1' better' look male head-gear adorned with the entire the bosom of her family.A until smooth., ,Remove the bones from
:.near where she,wasto, get a. he spontaneous, whole-souled and ,freeas ostrich instead of the

k ..at the young racers,.the mother;opened ai '. feather. curious legal complication has two pounds ,of mutton, cut ,it, into
-Th editor of French
_ her mouth, and, they all .rushed down a newspaper, arisen out of the earthquake disaster at small pieces and fry light brown. ,Put
Consult in all that of the dedication of
one another comes speaking a new
4 bar throat,,and she chased him home. Casamicciola. ,Among the victims were the meat into a .saucepan, pour the
within the experience observation or cemetery near Lyons?! said that "M.
i- _-, THE MONKEY, WHIPS THE.DOo., .- a Signor and Signora Bonavita, wholeft sauce over it and boil gently half an

i'. -John, Moore, of Savannah, had,a, big sphere" of the other. Gescoigne,had the pleasure of being the property worth a million.dollars, to hour. Put the meat on a hot dish and
to the first individual who buried in this
f:' stump-tailed; bulldog with which, bet A.hesitating or"gram yielding was which there is no direct heir. Their arrange a border of boilsd rice_ neatly.

'made his living. The. brute was uri ,wishes of the other, always grates upon delightful retreat.fAyoung relatives, in order to determine, the 'around it.I _

a loving heart lady and gentleman,takinga succession the GRAHAM
f. vainly and bad-not the appearance have petitioned to have DIAXONDS.-Pour.boiliDg

}, of an accomplished fighter, but, he Do not herald the sacrifices you maketo romantic strole together the other bodies diatinterred, that by an ex water on Graham flour, staring rapidly

:: 'always VV' came out. ahead, and John took each other's habits or preferences. evening; walked into a well which some amination of the external injuries it until all the flour is wet. It should be

' ( the stakes." One' day an' Italian came- They who marry for traits of mind one had carelessly left uncovered. Their may be ascertained, if possible. which about as thick as can.be.stirred easily

V along with a handorganand'a monkey, and,heart will seldom fail of perennial emotions were too deep to reach the sur- died first with a wooden spoon.' Place the dough,

,-and the dog man bantered" the,musician springs of domestic.enjoyment !: face.The -An exchange wonders how big bonanza with plenty of flour,,upon' the mould-
r new western weather prophet ing board and knead it for two- three
i. tolet' ..the monkey. ,iht the dog, offering. The beautiful in heart is a million is proud of his name-Straw, and tie politicians' from Colorado spend inch' or
minutes roll out half 'an thick
!
\
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toe TheItallaatooghjm their time in The first
hlmfive result Washington.
;tobet dpllars domes
,': ; crowd times of more avail;as securing editor of the Boston. Post,.who evidently and cut with a knife into' small cakes,
week stand 'around to
: up and a large, than the beautiful in person : they listening '
<; tio,happiness, has some faith in weather prophets, U
c ; d onl-abaPe ; bake half,an hour in a
Italian the hand of
collected to see the 11D- The organs and buying glasses:
i"" : ,. thinks he.. can tell:which way. the, wind very hot oven.MINCED .
;r toMed the monkey onto the dog, and In'3es .English Girls. :beer with a fried oyster thrown in, 'and
will blow.
.. : LoBST Pick the meat
had his London while not insensi- -,
brute A paper, after that dinners
than a jthe little. they give big every '
"Man should be
I 'visa1ne'atump the charms of'the fair foreignerswho always graceful, from a fresh lobster; mince! it well,
teeth and his claws fastened like a ble to evening.-N. Y. Herald
"t': -- visitEngiand claims that young says Dr., Armitage; and the. doctor and put it into a saucepan'with a sea-
and ,
of that.dog's tail, was ; Pouring) oil on the troubled waters
will please rise and explain how a man '
', soning of, salt ceyenne a wineglassofwhite
Englishwomen of the middle 'and upper ,
i' screaming+ like a hyena.' The dog gave than can be graceful when he steps on,an proved', highly efficacious .with many wine and one of .vinegar.' Set it
jt: tot one astonished, look behind as 'he. ranks :are physically,stronger peel while carrying a basket of vessels of, the Glousester fleet :during c "
about
orange clear fire and simmer ton
over a
Ii;.::, bironced .to his: fe'aad.. made tracks their compeers in'any other European eggs:, the recent heavy gales, and 'probably minutes. Melt tablespoonful butter
a -
States. Well- '
}t;, Ifor .another, _.,oy. The monkey country or in the United famous for an I _"Yes, gentlemen," said the bar- saved many.of :'them from being badly: ,with an anchovy and the yolks of
''' field until Rattler sprang,over a ten- bred American girls are damaged if not entirely wrecked by the
on
room .orator amy ,father could raise I .
refined of,loveliness :;. : two well-beaten eggs; stir it into the
;
type "
nil fence the back of the'gardeD, elegant and I terrible The effect is almost
l f at1 .- the best dressed in finer cabbage and bigger beets than any, seas' lobster 'and thicken the .whole :with

:. when he suddenly quit his hold and sat French' ladies are frauleins of 'man in this section," and, the orator magical, as the oil dripping, into the bread crumbs; place, it in a dish and
'
"at';on,tile top.tell ,and ,watched the' :. d g'8, the world love'the; the youthful best heads'"of..hair wondered why.everybody laughed. water prevents the sea from breaking, garnish with the claws and parsley.
ii.-'f of satisfac Germany and the vessel is enabled to ride safely
it fnt with a chatter perfectiron = There was a reward offered the ENGLISH POUND CASK.-On* poundof
aladldanced'Honif the,ran with delight = the Spanish girls the brightest eyes to i on top of the waveGlouuster Advertiser.
for the
other day recovery of "a large
'r .. /Tne ttoltiliMripuMeredhis be 'found:anywhere;,.and,,in: ;|7.?ence leather traveling-bag." .. butter beaten to a cream ; one poundof

._- -. T'. and'V enic&/may be,found,;to this day lady's Whetheror I powdered sugar ; ten rasp, the
'f 1 tt d r o w* w** U.and'walkingnp. descendants.'those Old-World not the large$leather lady has got it'back -A county prisoner'says he has:always whites and yolks beaten separately one

' :{ ty Moore: --L..said,:"- "Your. ,dog; net wen''hunt tofefl direct still fresh .an*; 'fair: 'upon_thecanvas has not yet been stated. been taught to do in'Rome as Romans pound of dried'dour.. Whetf all, are ,-

.t" 'If' "a.: 1 i ID&1-1OUZ u.va Mr .-'ofi'to, x beauties 'When allis do, and he finds fault becausenow well beateD'toptber, add one pound of
however,
; i "beet: ''"Your'q'"iio 1Ib'1 I1: t'Titian.; Dr. Julien the he is in he is not allowedto
'.r. 4,, I 'to the foreigner ,came to following that jail English currants 'and one ,'pod of V
i. :.", 'not''awatoi. "Maybe :ven said that*- ,conrtesy J 1. ; -L- conclusion in regard to the life of stones do the jailers do.=Cmcmxotf Sat- .
I' -....' *- .".. A- *> -" -ril. Tinrlr: andL L Andillyo,1ml f English ladies remainclearer.'of as raisins, one cupful of almonds, one cupful ..,'.
",. :l.y '.' *r ,9- MMU* .. : '" ,_.'1... .'..., *; : -.t. stouter of:limb, complexion, C&Bdied'peel, wine'glaaeea.
-5.'f \ :t 1OIDe mora.-*. ttwp and'a1tOgeiher-more hearty than others the stone presented a deCent'' :appear- Leader of orchestra to young Irishman brandy Bake two hour;, .
;
r-.1i : "
tIiifocrthr eedays,!&f& : ance.Course brownstone, belt' used I =uDo =;
to join .
"'" -' Plato food sound sleep, who wants you play SOUFFLE OF Farn .W'1th.trulta.
.
: __ tooea. tb flihVe7eB "ooi M car.I .-- ,elsewhere. : : out of the from five fifteen .
sun.; to vears. .
) clothinez'm the open by earor note ? "Nayther, beJaBb, m. of a juicy nature, peaches, piunaa, apricots .
;J .so Orleans.lr.DasnoeiaL suitable; : I. Laminated fine brownstone,from twen- !'In the
?- ,: 'plentiful.'applies Ther and-the
; ;Row. LONG "LIv&, .air, ty-five :to fifty Compact fine & '
,) ? 'C > jue'thiD hygienic. openaecznts years. JVccPrew.cIriflhreparteeJs. tt .:'Remove the.kernelft> and press '"
ev/p ept;bate'_li;fide yew ; egnirs IO&P an4. : brownstone from one to two*'centuries. ..
t # oo.tti 'pr I erriitcn inthehuman .. ; the fruit''throash=a'sleve ; add..half..a .f
t: saltaid. .i ribse. easj'e;best :rarely .' -- r"; D4u.ebl 0" ot'thoseaud9oi :Nova Scotia stone win.probably lastfrom I pound of powdered sags*and the.whites

.. ,. !1 .. Wt"I1-' ft Jf j rve being, t?", : Die to fifty,to one hundred years: "'Ohiofpndiitnuy .. of,three' ;'eggl'beat Y wdl,witii...eggbeater ,
:
:l AAi?:" c",11y !1L., ,ys Jt! iratwo fi .aids, 'b" lped.bls' : : : the'Iwst 'of'th ,eons; ., pl+overbial. ;Last five a :
-ilir
: tJ. i foX f u tea,Ie"1ltxteen l I. '-' f1l' ...' ,,,, v..u.. ..... 100 years; Caen stoiefrom thirty-fire week processional .man sddreseed, an litUe.nawsohino': as flavoriaf r theatake ;

Jl);. )1 Tcmg-llvedit tetzaowlr'rby,', e beauty. JoUJIC i'&;.. :WIII#'Y < at the '
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.... what thslate 'stiff 'froth .1
tlroen mix
ItJ :: i'"., .c'1'-.7. ,'11-, '." ,"" ,:--..tLt -. -, __ 11'11 <, .' forty;'years; fine marblesixty years; ratbec.bcusqualy."Helloyou.Zllow,: s diah l n.weI1.-tcrlr1\er oyfite .

: } .' .- :} r4 ii ,. '\ iIerolc Wlv... pore calcareous; marble, from fifty to do you want me?" The answer was .petthls' at six on diet:.. bef ev[ serving. .I:i,

,, \ h aeertnown:te live.tA port n, neat:.. "No, year honor; I: am waiting "
; ; 3DSI ., 'Ed,, ,,,,,_, 160 years, .;.panit'e'fioDi;; seventy-five Spriukk>' powdered, mom.ever before .
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has bale of ;; f:: -C
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t 'W'.ALTON". WHANN' & CO.

new'variety of cotton this year called the p ; I 'j: .. : ..' .',( ...... .' ,

merino cotton and has"iefnaed': 80 cents : r. t

per pound'for it.'It is :quite .prolific:andhas .1V : or : ," ', -' ,'01'ftW; BF&tOY; "


a very short staple; looldiig very much .\ '; f" ...

like:vooUThe stalk grows about 'air:feet ;': '

MAKE. NEW: :DIen:: BI-D Orange 'Tree-a nd Vegetable Manure.PfEPAUEIiEXPRESSLYforthe .
fruit in .
high, andJthe; grows clustersveq-: .
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much 1ik 'ehestnl1ti.)1Ir.'; 'J. J;tParrish of And will completely change"the' blood In the entire system In three months..son .- 'Attq per : .1\.1-. '...,

: who wm.take 1 P1U each: nlght'iYom i to 18.week*, may.be restored.td sonnd. use of the fruit and vegetable of J
this has 'of,.this,, growers
couuty some cotton, a. health,If such thing be possible.' For coring Female'Complaints'. these Fills have no, grpyvtb
sound and
witt
Florida. It produce & heavy; bat healthy. ,pa growing try 1
ample of.whichis at this,office.:, .* : 'equaL:'Physicians use them in their practice.' Sold everywhere sent by man for and will supply bearing trees with the food heeded for)hears crops 01 fn1

in .stamps., Send tor I.'&JOHySOX A'CO. BOSTON, BAss.DIPHTHERIAl .
ib edL pamphlet. ;
"We have WIlhie Collinsfor plots Mr.' iVltixiTriant"'grovrth '
and !
: IT WILL GiyE.; nursery.stock .vegetable
t'J J
Blackforidnsets: :Mr. :Howells" and'Mr. >CROUP, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS.JOHS8ON3 ,latter tends;to'give' good sizcand, quality and early maturity ;'. '. *

James for unrivaled painters miniature relieve ANODYXB then terriUa diseases XtXNIlOSNTwulbutantancoosly and win positively- ', SIT $ BPECTLI YJECOWIENDED.PQR'Pl-E-Arp.L-Es.' .

car BIDe cases out d ten. .' lotbnnatloa- will save d e .
and:Quida for'emotions; :but, says the nsny tires sent free by malt ..lXu\t .delay, .a, moment. ... <:. v *
Inmu novelist & Is totter than core. '"WALTON'nANN & co. .'
London have hot '
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ANODYNE' ,
equal'to those of 'mn days.;of Thackeray JOHNSON'S! LINIMENT t9 M1 . Wilmington Del: -''a.-
,.' "* -1rnraJgfa.1IdbIenu,Sore LaItA BJ ediDc at the Lunp.C ''ODIc IIo sEac> Cougb,WboopJag Q)1Iib. *' ; '. .
', andoeorge: Eliot"' ,Cbnote Khenmatism,Ctronic Dianfcoea,Cfcronlc Dysentery.Cholera Heroes,Kidney Troobtes,Disease of tbo i > i- '' vJV/
,..,.. 18pIDe and Lame Bade.' Sold ereiywbere. Send t pamphlet to I.8.Joasao* ACo..,Boato,Mute' 'f Asl Captain MsLeanofthe iloop"Agnef' to bring.you a sack,of the
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> ., R., 'MISCELLANEOUS', nit a weO-known tad that most of the a .
:, aFWARD1; : ;: "
; nurse and, Cattle Powder sold in this t ; ,1
,; :{ country Is worthless; that Sheridan MAKE' HEMS LAY' PLOW BRAND. ,

.. I Condition Powder U absolutely pore and ,. ,, 4
: T TT valuable.' Nothing once zth ;..
r make hens lay like Sheridan Condition Powder. Doee,. e. teaspoonfal to et'will pint of for East and South Florida. f
.:i : fcod. Sold everywhere: or seut tar mail for:Vet*,in stamps. '." I. 8. Jomrror it CoBonos..KA&B.An .- JNCv ANDEBSOX, OrmomlAgent

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:idoooo; :MEi: ,: English Yttertairr< Surgeon and Chemist now --;:-- I. '-
traTeling- this country says that must of the
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MAKE HENS LAY Hone and Cattle Powders sold here are worthless
.. .WOMEN AND CHILDREN trash Be says that Sherid D'. Condition'valuable. 'COLLINS&Cp. HARTFORD
; Powders are absolutely r'
'', tiotbingon; earth will make h'na lay like Sheridan's Condition Powders.r&rtl i1 a ,
; To read this advertisement and learn the to 1 Dintlood. Sold erery where,or atnt by mail for letter-rtampa.. L 8.Jomuox A Cow;Ltror.IfAiA /

; Safest'Piace'to Buy EstabHshscl :326. > 1

A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT ,
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k -VCheapest! Place.to Buy, 1.5 g4 IJ that.will I play any tone, and that anyone ..' + t!.' ., xlaM :. .,.-., .' "
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V' 1II ;,even a child, can operate. .... ,..'. .. .. .,
", ;: Best, Place! to Buy.PIA'NOS 0"' '' I" 4 I

.1 The Ornaette has aiDed such a worldwide reputation ; ;,, '!
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that a lengthy description of k U IIOtMessary."ltw lfi -' :T ,
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'. be sutdmttosad that itIsaPERPECTORGAN t..r; ':" ." .. .T4 !
tlutplayst .
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-- to.J.r'
i : & ORGANS.We .. .
-, m tawieaIy aU t e sacred an porWar mvsie.sung ..... .' .. .
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I .a: 1 dances etc etc. It of three strong bellows aDd : : : '. '
1' set vt reeds with EIPRLconsists5SiOi Lox and SWBU. A strip : j
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of perforated!per represents the tone,and it Is only
will save money;; give you the neceuary to place the apes tune in the instrument as 'Qr.r,.. ..: \ A
shown io the ,and turn the handle which both : ,. 1
best instrument-made, please in picture opemus :, : '
very you the bellows and propels the paper tune. The perforations I
the selection, dealwith, yon fairly, and in the paper allow the right reeds to sound and
a perfect tune is the result ptrftct timt"IJuc"ti.nI.iUC4 .' ",
6. allow privileges,accommodations ,. without **>* i
the leist
you (//" knowledge music being required vrSv-' -U? C' : which ho other house in the Union will .., of the performer: even: a IttUe child can operate it: .' .. j
shoo ba the
as is picture a lic1e girlisplayiaeasone and J
do.* Thin we ..say; this: -we guarantee. -w rpUymatesare singing the word. It u tuned in the key 1'. >
,, best suited foe the human roles to sing by. It interests and entertains "
The of all others to instruments : ." .
buy superb -
place, both old and young. and ; '
.. MANUFACTURERS OP .
1 3I
,at lowest possible figures is at .' AFFCXD3 HOURS OF SOCIAL L1ismadeotaolidac
.t }. -. ?perfectly represented br the ricture. ara1a'
text decorated in gilt and is both bandsonv: and ornamental. .The
tsia olsimiiariastrvmext$has hitherto been(3.and demand has con- :
f Ludden &: ,Bates' SJanUyiBoreasedcntil now there are over TS/XM in use. We are encouragedto Axes Hatcl1ets9 I Picks j
place. the Organetta ca tM market at this greatly reduced
Price,believing that the sale will warrant the red uo
i tioft *The Organetta,: though similar ia construction ,. .
'MUSIC ( pt is an imprmcmtnt upon our well-known ...
SOUTHERN ; HOVE, 7 ,Oigancnc.wL U sells for sa and$10. It AND OTHER EXTRA 'QUA.LITY" ;
contains: the same number of

Savannah,.Ga., and New,Yorh. 4-_:'. y w y* : -, ricdi Un receipt.aa'l Our pbys offer d:toe is we lamatunes. this will: : TOOLS, FOR FAHM5, AND, :PLANTATIONS. }

and chain of Branch Houses. send tbeOrgaonetta "r express ,
tranr addms.;ind include FRZB Also, FINE, STEEL ?lD OHEAPER 'PLOWS '
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$8.&O worth ullDusit"
or on receipt -
.
uguta! Go Macon, Go.Columbiu of will send it with ,1
tt5
Borne Go Ga. over*&Cwortb we music FEES, Of all,size and,prices from $5 to $.'. A:6, Pb,Tr; 'K achiiies. 1
or for f it.50:>> w.ill send it with
Charlotte, N.:C. \ Goldiboro, N.' C. The small selection: of musicFBEB.. Farmers will receive valuablo r.f rm:1ilon, catalogues, Ac.,
price includes boxing and
Meridian:, Miss. Jackonrille,. .Flo. packing..and Tkttt we will art appoint agtmftfrtcet. the\ "y writing to the'makors, j

,All under same management. Instruments ,..AII GlCHEITIA .1 LYEpY HOME. agent first ,if hascrlromaa1t.ownou he so desires. Address. COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., Now York. 1

,...Terms ann Prices precisely came The Massachusetts Organ Co.,,67 Washlnaton,StreeC _Boston. Ma $., U. S. A..

as at Savannah central House Write us -

or the HOlsc'ne rcst yon. j


PIANOS'' &.. ORGANS VELLODS WEBBER SDIGIHCDOLttastynr EEPIIPGTOP GUNS. '! I

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: 'Jftp tte:WorId's palest'Jd8 kers. sib : A Mechanical Wonc1er. : Largest 1 aid Best Equipped AwoI1 ill tho World !I. '. .7

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Brought within the reach of all by our ....... v flrst tatroanro this, ,AND ,CONSEQUENTLY THE BEST OF FACILITIES'FOU MANUFACTURING AN1 '. 'i

LOW Prices and EASY Terms.. Nine -';, I:of fllttlto.05- TESTING HREARJS. \vs HAVE MAES 1

Leading and Reliable Makers. Over 300di1ferent"strles neb .

and '''prices 'No other o awnre of ons read for IheHOUd& tradaUM OVER
JtOtw1 wbliCh I OUR MILLION MILITARY MM j
:House America: offers such a magnificent was es earl In December, i
line.of first-class instruments. = aDd bllJldnl( ol
diRaPDOlDsedc'l: :
1 to&vebeen oer stare were 1IOCk for Which> been adapted and arc iaoso la EVERY QUARTER OF THE GLO E.REMINGTON .
Chickering,Luddcn &;, Bates, ,Arion, ; tile IU&! nine au orders daayy
d this sear& O j jAI'
of TbeDoll ....1Me....
Hathushek and Hallett & Davis Pianos
; .r proy III eye..7 .Iaee .... SHOT GUNS :
year of Ole awr: German "l
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Mason'& Haralih', Packard Orchestral. an ported Dolls our Doll ball &Q
ALain:' rRte a:u\P &I, NOTED, FOR THE GOOD RESULTS. OBTAINED AT ALL R.NGES.'r.: RZFrt {
Palace and Bay State .
Organs.
: la 'Jbe armISf l TO ANYBODY WHO HAS USED THEM.
Finest Kid w1tb iiepaatetitgezt.ma4ethan .
ALL ON EASTThe '1 ERJlS. Tbe9 positively the tD.: s tedlM ever__. ,',
1m' ID a Ihri'are of a tIIId &Dd .. OUR..HUNTING'
', milch impopotted ana more => 41WTARGET RIFLES
HOLIDAYS &be belt bOdIe.trMil tell theJ'
: OUI' times. The WaxeD
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heads with long batr sl Ore best FreDd1 and oa-, Have taken HIGHEST AWARDS at I:1emltonl Tjcpcsitiocs and PRINOPAL PRIZES in
\-ill.sQou'be'berc ,and it's high time to Iran make mD espedeflr toe this Don and they ant aa .
bearrttt.D1a..1Ife.1o balr beDgfnleyes aDd d Astl
t.a
think 6f for wife. !!tedebeetad We cousiderthemhe f neSt '
selecting a present .
your
ever import. 4 Irm tblll CODDtr7. and that without the =; '. Leadingffl
daughter sister, or sweetheart. Nothing Wonderf.sI 81nains Attachment na DOLL t.. R):i lji 1N
c iie.beUer: ", or ,more pleasure-giving; bone' 1'88 tmrG- : { oAHE

thanaPiano! oran.Organ. Write us, or << ,
location are shown in tbe'rtgbt band engraving. It Jsa 3 Q .
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': bur nearest branch house for illustrated .-. Perfect Musical Instrument, finely ni 4e.not UHiX2UALED FOR .
,1
t catal6jfuesTprice lists and' circulars Cable to get out of ont opa so sronced that a anabtEn .
giving
*Uh)c&t18eS.be lon tosinzougof toe lollowtDa aii"Ai Z
information 'valuable to intending >>eetAo'lM.flrtflt..ale.lf Q1l' beananpei. Strength Simplicity; Durability, Range," Penetration.Precision .
"f Aire b a"fop. !! ""'d.-. t. IoBi rm' : .
prrchasers.and.warning against humbug DtJt/III..l1oeealletrwiMtr "A B .C4m7, ." l..fb. e.Tt plah (QenDa).IIJI'roaf JW.f' .
: ealers'and.Bogus Makers, who're now iM'r maa"Ttil\ ales0/YAd/aibtr'tCloel""CAizrsSow.'LastRoalQ Aaxtelw B/Iod4. m Iaf'14JJoodJt," 8f1t1UM o tAro'#','" "Mr.'gOon: : Ease of Action, and Rapidity .of. Fire. I

deceiving buyers'through flaming advertisements )." PDlhal1loilfr." Gontht W-yteir "So many Slaarf (herman), "S1etp Of
.'- WanenaiTe. ,
the Cuewu" aDcIla.IkUur
); J Z"lJi -Crad&tZavtrf sau
y and false statements. \Ye exusesucb iGermui been made bat they are .aoon pot o o r anti do not afford toe 1 UvJeana.baIf 1M aaattfrntevtxhument
) 'frauds fully., Read our circu that cmr Wnodrrhll Blnstne Doll doe,which Is the Greatest KOY.lb JD
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aelW2an'aTOrEVEltPRODtCEDandishemceteaaNwands preaextthat csusthUb he .-de 10 a
,lars'carefally.: ,Address .... w. ". -- laew S. II facbsa> er& a nn .i9Lptt ee=0..2 ._ 1 .aI_ 1
: ....are 4q1l&l1 Perfecc and OUID Je C tbe IUllerbeUtt : .
; .Lud'Jen! _& Bates, _Savannah, Ga.sap. bead. Seat to any adI:1ren: onn'noelDt of prone t fl- broN ().e..... NEW : '
SCPPUBD. J'dditaen orders to I "&.. YORK OFFICE 231 .
Ts."J) T11bs'Waebingtoo .ACII11aJr&W & 233 'ERO D\VAY.
... : : IItree" Dado... ...... 1T... A., .

; .: ONLY" -- _111E COllrtlJJZlJlarAadd lZ.wilA wktarlotAaaOlaaMsaledsttIVaadG53.00to14 at1rosa .-- ARMORY "II.IO N. Y. .". f". j
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.A HrTecetablestiMl Flower Seed CaUIo ethe re. &: -SEKD Fos ILLCSTKATED CATAUOGCE, A J. *, ..
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." ., 0 Q; 4 suit of iklrtr ft&W experience as. a fteeftirower* A'
.f. wild be sent free to all who apply. All seed seat from my -.
!' -'. (> 1: : ''e5t"hHdomaatwarranted b th fresla aid nine toname1. .
c d far.that should it otherwise. I to refill
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'v A.so prove agree Woo
... J, grads My collection of vegetable Medboae of th
most extensive to be found in any American catal e, STORY
"' a large part ol it is of toy own crowing. A.tie.lici. CA IP
fsitrodwrer.f Eellp Beet. Earlr Ohio, and
.rwaak Potsvtae AUrblekMsd Earljr Cons the
irableard......) dCsvbbac .and a score of other
v aew Ve+etabrcs.1 invite the patronage of t public. In the zar- -- ,_ .
dens and on the farms of those who plaatmy seed will be ionadmy ,
.. U best adTcrtisement.. -'
I8584NOTICE !JAMES J. H. GREGORY Seed Grower, mlehea(; Miss -



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ARRIVALS. A DEPARTURES OF HAILS..
'r : OF INSOLVENCY.In
From Enterprise to Titusville.Leave .
> County.C art. Enterprise Monday Wednesday .
Brevhrd I' Frithy.at5a.nk' The Best and Most Popular Organs '
County ,
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< > Arrive at TItusVille Monday Wcdnesdnyand
:; t's Florida. \ Friday at 9 p. ni. now manlt facturt' ,.,
JRRST
WHEREAS,Fanny A. Joyner. Adminis Leave'Tltusville Tuesday Thursday anti.
Saturday at 5 a.m.. '
,. tratrix of the Estate of J.W.Joyuer, deceased : Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursday -CLASS; in Tone., J.
' .- late of. Brevard county Florida, and Saturday at U p.m.- : : : -

::;.. H1I; ....... L having filed in the office' .of the County Leave From TituavUle Daytona, Mondays to Titnsv111c., Wednesdays,' ,FlRn-CUSS'!in Wo manshi! '. d. i iI

::. 7 ;.'::)ir i .tiPHILAI 2BL\. Judge.ot said, county a. written" suggestion .. .- ondFriiIaysat5a.m., '
; of the insolvency of said 'estate: Arrive at Daytona, Tuesdays Thursdays FIRST-lASSJn Materiai.flRST I

:' .. ) SINGE MACHINE Notice is hereby given to 'all persons' and Saturdays at 9 p.m.. ,I : .- f
Leave ,Mondays, and .
Wednesdays
.J.* .SQi1.n: To'A1tY-SiNoltu'tit: m'M.UUCET: having.claims of any.nature:; against the .Friday Dana' ..- .;- lASSn;| :Everything; J

, ,: ':Thaibove: cut.represents the most 'said Estate to file the same,duly.authen- Arrive at Titusville, .Tuesdays,.Thursday. ,* .
: pop* ticated in the office of the County Judge and Saturdays at 9 p.tawT -'
Price -
in
;.nlac style for,tUepepple-Fhich we offer. 3d From: Titusville to Eau Gallio. ,- MODERATE \ )
,. yon for thevery low ;" of' $20. Ireember of said county or'before the' day-of .Leave:": Titusville TnetfOay, and Friday at ='' i 'F
prier March A. D. 1SS1, ,at.whicb time there 5 a;m '" WARRANT f "
ire do not'as for' "fi i
1D to :
; pay until
;' have aeen..the : will Ike a pro'rata,distribution. ; of the I said Arrive at-* "Eau Gallic" 'T. ,esday'nm1Frlday. ,1-4 ) .lye 'J e3r ., ..", "L.' '. ':o-, -: L'-It.'
you : machine.tAfterhavingezamined at 6 p;ra.; ..,. '- .,
I. ...' it It it )otaU .tva" Estateamongthe'; Several creditors'ehtitled :' : Leave Eau Gallic. Wednesday and, Saturday, teef rrnofperfecoar l nlanniactnro lg K "'"
,.- '.return it to" ris'at i ';our'eipense.:; ."to.ns.uU thereto, and:the said administratrix': i at6a.ni. ..'rind enotonJYwarrantect'fOr1l Alutknlsr. 1cars.iR tb gaaran
\ and Border discharged. I Arrive at Titusville. ,Wednesday and Satur, : inert complete in the tTOrid,and all o!oar Weil;is et ctl flr dtYelapb o Ye also
!r7bu interests at,once;or-sendIbrckcnhlrs day at.,P.m. is111111ine, ..Ot the loadinh Pianos,, J'
. '" > si
,f '- and'testimpuials:, f' V,", ,. Witness tnyname as County. Judge of ( ":' :" a cty> J.qoJi. > } 'price.IS"" ,'I

t : Address'CHAfiLESAwWood= '& CO.. said county this' 27th- day of August A. :'W BD I \\-8' are deStl")1IS" of 1ntiodne1 ,

f=t -'. -'No.17.N':Te&li'St.;hlbdelpbiaPa;:' :. D..1883. ,J. A. McCuonr, ,t' :'I SouU1a 10tIersPCCia1jndUc.0JIr.tiI niwl.UQDt tbrou at rs- 'l. "
.'t e !: '; '; "jt.'i '' INti Eltt tAlii, Good f.
: fsrcltel'tl IJ..r.a--: i'- "' a
.....-....... .. ,'- .. __."" ._...0.-... "TitusTilleFIa.Sept6fl8S3 '19 6m.* ,and inlonruttowMl ,',<,i \& en.nn line. _lIIIoMJ"r j '
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> A7ITWI1.IOHT.': .11' wildered alarm.. What if a_girl should. I hardly' "" make a of,subjects, grave and gay, and Agrlc lt ral.'I

f -, r .* call for'me.!' But no one did, and I.i, reply. to marriage in general, and -

TJpon's tea so calm no ripple breaks 'was half disappointed>> half relieved, "Yes,'-' he went on,,'!&she is so to the matrimonial lot ,of About Stables.If .

']i .. The Nor moonbeams frets itself fall-one seething long mass uncheckered of spray, that I was'exempt, w1ien at last it was to her art that'it "seems" 'to quite 'our old friends.; more attention was paid to.the care

ray; ,.liable Byrne's turn to go out. her life. She has not thought ,of remember Boyd, don't of the horse, the farmer's most useful
; \The arching sky a paler coloring takes, riage, and does not care in the 'least asked .' you servant,:fewer blind, lame and diseased
And lingering yet the sunset glow; -- She left'the room with a lovely blush Tom..._ ...01
t animals
't Enfolds_,.with cnmaon;the far peaks of snow. 3n her beautiful. face. The door was ,, the ordinary run of society. She bashful fellow, ,like me, I would be se n. The following
be to he good points are from Whip,and Spur:-
glad see you, though, -'
O'er nntbewaveringlineofaeameetssky. solemnly closed upon her, and then after '
F both merged in faintest bar ofgolds ; consolingly, "as you are a man of science. Let your stable be well drained and
I? And are a brief pause,there was a faint knock. replied;Tom, laughing. "He
; sufficiently lighted. The ;
X from
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clouds The post-master opened the door a few I Miss Cutting our former vapors
all their ,
white fleecy graceus.
a The .
; a dram lIoo
putrid and
the at ddenchange
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We walked back together.to the teacher.
I
!fold : inches. always thought I she
T Or massed in shadowy granduer; '"What do want?" he asked. inn, and presently I was shaking to him.." from 'darkness to light, will

!The' white sea'gullf.flockand wings. spread their broad,: :f "There a you letter here," she replied. with a beautiful and stately gull"! I, exclaimed, "I; almost to a certainty Cause blindness.Let : .

.The beacon light'its radiant warning"flings., "For whom ?" whose bright, dark eyes flashed is positively a,.woman's duty the floor of the stall be. quite flat

:"With pennants in the fitful breeze "For Mr..James Hill." the strange intensity and fire thatrl to help a man out. You and level* Standing on a sloping placeis

The stately ships at peaceful anchor ride. "How much to ?" never seen in any other eyes but those that book of the late Dr., I I very painful, and causes lameness
t Or, dipping low beyond our vision glide; pay Mabel by straining the ligaments and mem-
Nearer come.:strains of! sweet wild,.melo "Postage not stated," was the faint Byrne. Bushnell, published some.years
x dies.Rising .: H' reply. She greeted me very cordially 'A Reform Against Nature?' branes. ,It also produces grease and
and falling with each measured oar.As sore heels. Every stall should .be at
after we three had taken'an e'c( ,
,
,eager boatmen pull for home and shore. They all laughed loudly and looked at denounces the whole woman's least sir feet wide and nine feet long. .
meal there followed
together a delightful
'Boston,Journal for that was The blood movement, but maintained that
n .. me, my name. I
This will enable
the horse to turn round
in the little that
evening parlor ;
ought to have :the
t I l rushed crimson floods to my face. I right
and his sister had'secured. without bruising .himself, and to lie
marriage to the she
man
got on my.feet somehow and with
Postage Not Stated my For'once in life I felt myself down and stretch himself with comfort.
my I think he
heart torn was scientifically
between a wild desire to
go at ease in a lady's society. In the .", Let the stallebe seperated by partitions,
into that hall and wish to sink
a utterly place there was Tom to keep me not by bars. They prevent the horses
I was tall, overgrown, awkward and away from human kind, I stumbled out : with great eagerness, looking from fighting and kicking each other.
countenance by predominance of
sixteen with a prevading consciousnessthat a at Tom but at the last words
of the room. "j ; Let
openings be made just under
in the then proper
my hands and feet were very large, The. door was closed behind me and I : own sex company, turned to Mabel, her eyes the to
ceiling permit the hot foul air
and'the added misery,-in the case of the found myself almost" in darkness, as the did not expect me, to., talk of % on mine, and the look I met to ;and at the
foam of' escape, proper openings
but
former members, that they were alwaysred hall was dimly lighted. I paused a nothings, light the.blood to my heart with bottom of, the wall to admit fresh air.
and I never knew what to do with moment and then heard the faint sourd social whirlpool which never yet :' swift, tumultuous rush that I and
Impure confined air will
been able to skim. She showed cause
them when in company. I was makinga of quick breathing ; another heart was so faint with confusion, and 'pres- broken 'wind. TLe fresh air should
visit at grandmother's delightful old-i 1 For knowledge of the subject that I out of the room and to
beating as violently as my own. found myself talking with ,enter through a number of small, rather
fashioned country ,home,. when 'one. once in my life I knew what to do with not to sleep. than "
and enthusiasm of the f formation of a large tole, such as an open win-
morning the dear old, lady called me to my arms. I caught hold of her. I country, and especially of the next day I went out in the after- dow. That prevents draughts, which

r scarcely know how., The darkness gave myself for a scramble through chills
her."Here I cause and coughs. The tempera
and the curious marks of
system
is. something for you, Jim," me and I held her in a close and rough where
courage action borne the I very gorge, ture of a stable should be that of a sit
"she'said, "an invitation te a children's clasp, and pressed my lips to her collected. by.: specimens I Mabel did n.ot'care to accom- I ting-room or parlor ; not over ,seventy .

-,.. party- at Mrs Edward's." cheek ia three or four rapid, half-frigh I was half glad to be alone, degrees in summer nor under fortyfivein
She in her turn contributed to
"Children's party," I repeated, prob-, tened kisses before she could free her- interest of nervous over'my audacity of winter. Hot,close or ,foul stables

ably with a shade of scorn in my voice, self from my embrace. evening's by telling me before ; yet at the thought of will bring'on glanders or inflammation
work and her.
showing me
as indicating that I was no longer to "There, there I Mr. Hill" she said, which were really of a very high kindly eyes, 'so overwhelmed while a very cold or damp one may

be placed in th juvenile category. with a faint merry laugh, "don't be so of artistic merit. There was no happiness, that I had to cause an incurable cough or disease of

Not children exactly," correctedgrandma,1 bashful again. I'm sure you are bold girl weakness in her handling of times at a bit of rock before the lungs. To not keep the hay over
with a smile at my masculine see the striae that denoted'gla'' the The steam'and breath of
enough now 1" manger.
.
brush but force and
a poetic
dignity. "Young people, I should have I the animal make is both and
; "Have I paid my postage ? I stammered that had her already unpleasant
said Mrs: ,Edwards', daughter ,Florence .won unwholesome. If the must be'
able recognition in the world aa late sunset when I reached the hay kept
is 14, and Tom Byrne and all the "Indeed, yes; enough and to spare. art. The last rosy light was flushing over the horse, the ceiling between

h boys-young men, I should say," witha Come let us go back to the parlor." "Aid you have never heard of : mountain peaks with that should be of plaster. This will in a

twinkle of amusement, "will- be She led me in a willing prisoner, and bel's paintings until now ?" beauty, which is one of the measure prevent vapors from passing,

there." the rest of the eventng I was her bond Tom. .. charms of Swiss scenery. I up to the food. Have no opening into

I had sundry misgivings that I should slave; her partner in all games, her. "No," I confessed. "You know my way without pause to Mabel's the manger.from,the" hay-loft. Dust/is
I not enjoy the party at :all, being as 'yet I, led there force that seemed I often thrown into the horse's
companion in the dance (wherein I. excelled have been quite absorbed in my by a, very eyes
'very much ufrafd of girls' ,though beginning '' the country boys, and gloried in studies."v me by a power beyond my con- when fed in this way, and thus blind
to admire them as mysterious and.faseinating The dusk and she ness is begun. The breath ascends di-
room was quite
my accomplishment),and at last,crown "Yes, and you have not seen
beings. However, I accepted As I entered she came to- rectly to .the food through the opening,
ing delight of the evening, her escort for ever so long, have you ?"
the invitation, as I found that all home. "No," I replied, ''not since that me with a quantity of letters and which at.the same time pours a continual
::aa the.boys I knew' were going, and I the I aU'.1 in her hands. draught down on the horse's head,
This'was.. all., The next day I returned -. mer ten'years ago, when I was at
4 party was to be'quite "swell""' affair thus chills well bad food.
causing as as
"'
and while
the
to my' home in city, grandmother'3. came you were away, I
for the village. Mabel Byrne became only a memory ; "Jolly times we had to," said all'l How to Transplant.The .
When it found me
the
evening came strong at first, fainter as time went on, reflectively "Remember that party I took the papers. plants should be drawn from the
with the rest seated in a large parlor,
but sweet always. When, I saw other Mrs. Edwards'?" ? them there was a large package bed; one at a time, and carefully placed

very unhappy because my arms, and girls I compared them mentally with A sudden rush of blood to my I dimly discerned the word in baskets or in the body of a wagon

J bands, which would by no means arrange the picture my imagination painted of utterly confused me. I stammered a followed by an illegible stamp. for removal to the field as soon after a
in or
graceful
i themselves any bash- Mabel and they never seemed half so ply, and Tom, to my relief, west have paid something on this,' rain as the soil will admit of stirring;

becoming manner, and extremely j fair and sweet as she. with some rambling reminiscences. ; "how much was it ?" and New ground may be planted immedi-'
ful on.for lovely
but fall of ad Wa a
But then, I did not\ see many other was some seconds before I dared up. ately after a rain, but old should not,,'

,b1aek-e than myself}ed girt whom about I knew' a year to: younger be TomByrne's girls. ,My bashfulness, instead of diminishing look at Mabel. Sorely she was not stated," replied Mabel. lest it cake around the plant when dry

seemed rather to increase upon too. and injure it. An expert man can
': smilingly, she uttered the
sister. I the went by. I avoided The next morning we all went on transplant from 3000 to 4000 per day,.
) from but : me as years Then her dark eyes softened
She me
distance
sat ,
some the of the mountain.
trip slopes
and was so much of a recluse up if he has the endurance to stoop and.
society The and letters
when'f I
she had given me a sweet smile, bel in short suit alpine hat papers
ladies that mother was quite gray plant a whole day. The .leaves of the-
from
time to my scattered over the floor. I had
first came in,land now from increasedat worried lest I' should become a con- stout boots ; Tom carrying her <<}; I her in my arms with all the au plant should be drawn together over
time cast glances at me which materials. Thus we made :
firmed old bachelor. Perhaps one rea- ing the bud and the plant set so that the-
that had been once before mine
once my bliss and my confusion son why' retained my diffidence was' and many another delightful boyish days. bed will just reach the surface of ,the

Various games' were suggested and that my pursuits were among books, tion. now, as I pressed passionate ground. The soil should be well pressed
played but of a quiet character Life took on new colors for me. I the roots of the
they were and not among people., ,I had made the on her brow and lips, I found against plant, using: .
radiance and about it
was a glory
such as'"Twenty Questions, to leave hollow below it..
science of geology my study, and at' 27 dreamed of before. at last to utter the yearning that care no space
"Proverbs," etc., so.that 1 had no opportunity found myself in a comfortable positoinas I had never my heart. Plant are often lost by the carelessnessof
found for
of nearer to day I fresh reason the laborer is the earth to
approaching any assistant professor in one of our best pressing
Hable,-Who showed herself. very brilliant -. colleges, the salary of which with my' my beautiful companion,and and our Both of One Mind. the upper part of the root, leaving the-

in her questions arid answers during own income added, making me so far at through the deep valleys up lower extremity dangling in the hole
mountain sides to '"""""
the progress of these intellectual ease that I resolved to devote my sum- rougn were me r made by the dipple. If the plant bed is-
enchanted journeys through a realm of a Denver butcher shop a
amusements. to a tour in Europe. not well moistened by the rain to the
'; ... Then somebodv suggested that we mer vacation. '- I fairies. In this loveliest country of sat cleaning a revolver. It depth of the roots of the plants it shouldbe

should play poetoffice.-- Equipped with bag and hammer, world, with this most glorious rusty old "Colt," which had not thoroughly wet by artificial means before -

uPosro ice 1 what is that?'how do August found me making a pedestriantour by my side, I was, indeed, as in use for years, and was to be put drawing the plants Farmer's Home

yon play it ?" I whispered to Tom of Switzerland, with a special viewto and transfigured by the light of the and traded off. A shoemaker Journal .

':Byrne the study. of its glacial system passion that took possession of along directly and observed: "Of
next neighbor."Don't
my I: avoided the welltraveledways Slugs and Snails.
post- lithology. there'll be an accident. "Y-.s,
to play
know how
; 'mae ?" he you'asked with 'scorn of my thus escaping the society of all soul.At first I knew not what had so," "It isn't loaded, is it.?" The experience of a gardener given in

ignorance. "6h ,'well I suppose you other tourists,and I was therefore utter- me. I thought only that my pleasure no." "But it will go off?" "It a late.issue of Revue Horticole,in regardto

K ly amazed when one evening, as I drew _Mabel's society sprang from a "I'never see a revolver without the destruction of ,these creatures!
don't know anything.
city.fellows
r near the little house which'was my tem of tastes and ,pursuits, and the to handle ,it Let me look at which are so harmful where they are

r "I never heard- of'thIs," I assenced porary abiding place, a tall form strode of 'her conversation ;' but gradually weapon. Ah I I'm satisfied now abundant, is particularly worthy of

may.f toward.me out of the darkness and''hearty a woke to the overwhelming fact that doesn't contain any stray bullets. attention, and'it is hoped that at last

"Well,'I'lllell. you how.it is ; a girl! voice cried out:, loved her with the one great love of suppose you could hit my foot we have a quick 'and easy method of
and'then '
lib for a letter for some boy, "Ji nl! Jim Hill I" life, that seemed to me now to distance?" "Certainly could. despatching them when they make their

you have to'ask her how much postage, "Who is it ?" i replied, with a.halt back from the days of long ago, if she was loaded I'd take a dead appearanceu Some'pulverized sulphate

and if she says one cent yoU. : have to I I ne_.v.Ana.... star t. have been always with me, and like that and pull the trigger, of copper (blue vitriol) is ,mixed with

kiss hr once.?' ."AhJ I ,I. thought, it was, my old stretch out into the future to make The, shoemaker jumped'two coarse' wheat ,bran, and the mixtms

h* ,"Oh 1". said I. kiss friend. .Have. you forgotten Tom- transcendently. .glorious, or a long. and yelled like an Indian, and placed ,about the garden where the

Iil "Yes," replied Tom,," nd yon Byrne ?" he. came down he danced and slugs can have access to it; they scent
pair.And
,her twice for two cent i and three times Of course not" for I had met him occasionally yet as soon as I had,.,learned and galloped around until peo the bran 'and greedily eat' it but almost -

:for three cents. It's)gaits f U11if it is a since we were .boys and.Iwas own secret,my former Kaahfninft g him crfzy. It was only immediately die from the effects of

';Pretty: girl,"he added judicially. .. heartily glad to see my former comrade back upon me"' with tenfold crowd had collected<< and cornered the copperas,.In using this mixture in than

., .'"I suppose,so,"I replied vaguely. always one of the best of companions and. I found_ _myself. ,often' n' .. in the shop that any onefound open air where.there danger that birds-

But I forgot to teuyoUhe.added: '. f .in her presence, while-at the thought trouble- -The butcher had pat .might eat it and thus be,poisoned, it.
'
'*tt she says postage n6l,Stated, then ';"I saw'your name on the book at the .telling her my heart's story; though along the sole of.his.foot close mast", be protected so" as to pnvest.'

3 :you kiss her as often' as yon U like. Hush inn:"he explained;"- _sure it must beyou. _brain was smitten through with d to draw blood.. "I, told you access of the.birds while allowing elaj*.

M, ..tbej'ar loiDgJt .....'."., .' P. At e' -any rate" 'thought'' I 'wouldstart zling.delight at the.dream of go off," howld the shoemaker, as, to reach'it This eau easily.be don*by

Tobeinianaeof theoldeat boyswas out to meet.. you.. .". wooing. yet I was so. overwhelmed with his bootin his hand.. "And enclosing a little space with small*4is* '

:appointed posfinaster,and one' girl after "Butbow t ,came' yon here?" .I. in. utterance t would, as I-'was 'sure, be 1 agree with _you?" innocently fet upright .,and covering it so" that U.

i tootkerwent;:OBtiinU):.the entry; each. gnired,-;"la this out of::the way corDerof impossibility. ed the, but her.-Detroit' Free slugs can ,cra through" ;. ::while tfc*
and
!, presently knockingat iae*door the world." .And Mabel? Her eyes ,were birds are fenced out- Tfct's: X...

sx Wig:for,al1ett, Jwh n 6aXhe boy, :"Because it fc out of'the way. Mabel kind: to me. They turned to me tine.' y .f -

!c ::filed fer sheepishly followed,'her into and Tare;making a trip in search+ of thepicturesque. ,softened: luster,that ',thrilled iae'" ot lace take the form of -. .. .. '. n

; ; :the hall and to judge fronti the sounds' i : You_ know..1f181iI quite an hope ; and yet, If. I attempted'even ruffs or of .a row'of lace'' turned ,.. ,

{ of saeuning and icuffllng which gener-: "' > ", compliment; I blushed, floundered, over a ribbon; passing:around the They'are the safest who;'>'wi. ,,, .r,:frGI+ -
? 4
e ,$I7 t followed,; PBttvhte .postage:under, art.* with' .im.;.)[ heart walk finished by two jabotsside by. the standpoint;,of' sentiment RtherUll' '1
b was
d .
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LOCAL ITEJ S., j'.NEW',ADVERTISEMENTS.. ..'", MISCELLANEOUS.. 'NEWHack ADVERTISEMENTS.. ,. I. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. i

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Who says there is no democratic party ," ., : '. '::!} : .' .. .. COCOANUT GROVE HOUSE, & Freight Line J. C. NORWOOD & CO., .j

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? BETWEEN 11( DEALERS IN
", Lake Worth, Florida. ;j
.. faces numerousabout i' Titusville and '* Salt ,Lake.fiSTA .
are'quite
-Strange >
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'II ; STAPLE AND FAUCI GRO j
; 'town" -:- '" I 'iit t8 E. N. Dimick, Proprietor. regular line of conveyances, for R1ESIConfectioneries .
{
-=Mr:P.E.:Wager'sdbna' mater has' 25s t-t I..t This'House is entirely new and newly the tr transportation of freight 'and passengers '

conferred upon him the(;degree of L. L..D. :: 0 ti furnished. It is now open for the accom- with ; Fine Tobaccos and V' '
thea.1o ,
modation of tourists. between ? e-namedr1aces, '.. .
-We'are sorry,:that our Court, House > 03H L.-.J *
r 'VI I >Jine climate for invalids, plentyof safety and dispatch. CIQAJRS.. .
has not yet received,that:needed.coat. ;or tJ:: game,'a short and pleasant walk to the to
:
ffiuo Connects with all steamers running
two of:.paint 'as yet. : : ..... Ocean beach. CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, .

-.Mr;Geo.: :F.'Ensey and family started r/J, k Fish, Green turtle, and all kinds of SALT, LiKE. LAMPS& FIXTURES r ,

.* down:to. their winter. home,iatj Two Riv- p VI ,);d ttt f' vegetables, good cistern of soft water. For rates enquire of
-I ers; on-, last' *,Monday ( > r-J': .' Washing for guests at House. 24tf E. H. RICE, PROPRIETOR. WOODEN & TIti WARE. ::

i :.1* -Readers, just': 'look at Mackenzie's 1S. O'I .Rates, S1.5O ,Per Day. SPORTSMEN'S EMPORIUM.
u
Christmas advertisement in next column. :: :I .I Arrangements by the Week or Month. R. C. SCRI3IGEOUR, Meal, Corn

His stock is just magnificent. aPH H Naturalist and Taxidermist.Having -

*'The sloop yacht "Vole" has" ;' been l.J the Sharpie, "Illinois/' got fairly settled my new store Hay :
t3'H cornel Main street and Washington avenue, ,
launched by C. R.'' linand's1i: is now M f' 0 M making regular trips between Indian River I will be pleased to show customers tho following

awaiting the_arrival of her master.Our : .2i tg and Lake Worth will land passengers lines of goods:
: i brj at the House. tf32 BIRDS mounted in great variety. Oats Etc.
growers have be- ,
'- orange hardly 2: n Sporting goods of every kind for the men that
t to'ship their fruit. The. isabundant an lIt Dissolution Notice.
gun, crop
O shoot and fish. ,OU stoves a specialty.
,one and,the fruit,fine. .0tJ 11 > The firm of W. M. Thomas & Co. is also agents for .
) 0 this, day'dissolved by mutual consent. Paints, Oils, Brushes, Hardware, TableWare
Mackenzie gets up a capital stewora ; It! 11.' N I--( W. M. THOMAS Razors, Pocket Knives etc. Jacob Reeds'Sons, ,

fry;if you don't believe it try one. "The 5 1-1 Hrl J. C. SANDIFORD.We A choice line of Staple & Fancy_Groceries. CLOTHIERS
,
proof of the pudding is in eating it" r/J have this day formed a copartner ORANGE manufacture %
Home ,
m P"a e1 eN ship under the firm name'of Sandiford & WISE Samples to be seen at store.nSTOTIONS. ,
'-The Headquarters' wharf is in a,condition Vintage 1S32,perfectly pure and of exquisite
M English, all debts due'or contracted by bouquet. Sic Curiosities in great
to be used as far as the wing wharve: the above firm will be settled by us. variety. As of old what you can't find in the ,

at'which,' place,four.feet of water can be I 'J
had. r '. M., E. ENGLISH.
? In retiring from the firm of W. M. A.. L. HATCH Gents' ClottiM & FnrnisMi tok1March
The man who does not relish our GMH tHQ Thomas& Co. I return my thanks to the 1st 44 u,

f large and fine Indian River oysters 0 public for their liberal patronage to us DE.ALERI1iGROCERIES

1..well, we don't think he knows' what is o .1tJ and ask a continuance for the new firm ROCKLEDGE HOUSE.

good.- We never saw them larger' and ) of Sandiford & English. ,
M. SoS3; W.: M.THOMAS.
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finer. 03 Titusville, Nov. 24th, 1883. PROVISIONS Location : Roclledrje, West shore, Indian

Remember that. Norwood's Hack CD .Tax-Collector's Notice of Visits. DRY GOODS, River, Florida.

Lane will carry you.tri-weekly to Enterprise will be at the following places for the
with the St. River Hardware and General I Mercianiise Open from December 1st to
connecting" -Johns purpose of collecting the tax for the

steamers.; for JaCksonville. Fare to C. J. HECTOR year 1883, viz: CITY POINT, FLORIDA. May 1st.
March s.Iw 45
$4. SECOND ROUND.
;
Enterprise ,
Rockledge is most sitmte.Ton
-'The cane' is late this'year. The Bassville, Monday, .. ....Dec. 10, S,HODGES, OTTO H. VOSS, the famous Indian beautifully River, ,,'web. for I.:
crop : Hardware and Lake View, Wednesday,... ." 12, Glcncoe,Fla. Titusville F1,\.
,very dry spring and,summer retarded its i i Fort Drum, Friday,.... ... ." 14, TITUS HOUSE the beauty of its scenery, the variety and I
of its fruits and the
I. growth, but.recentR 11S have been very Crab Grass, Monday, ..... .." 17, quality equablenessof '
; Titusville Indian River of its climate is in
Flori the State.
.. .. ..." 24 unequalled
beneficial. will command good General ProduceMERCHANT LaGrange, Monday, ,
; Syrup a
The House in all its is
arrangements, : ; :
TitusvilleTuesday. ........ 25, f6rTbe above is strictly a FirstClass
price nextyear. Haulover, Wednesday,......" 26, !" Hotel, pleasantly situated on Indian strictly first-class, and is reached by
'-Mr. F. B.Sacketi. ,, during our absen B urn h:un's Fridap, ..... .. .." 28, cCity River, 250 miles South of Jack- steamers on the St. John's River.H. .

left at our office several fine bunches -of Point,'Monday, :.. ...." 31, ville, Florida.To P. 'YILKIXSOX, Proprietor. .
Melbourne(' Florida, Carter's, Wednesday,.. ....Jan. 2, 1884
oranges, from his' young grove, which.for November 10th 1SSO. ft 41 Eau Gallie, Friday, .. ......" 4, the Sportsman, Pleasure _Seeker and 32tf] J. YOUXGEP,Manager!.
size and flavor: we" have not seen theirsuperior Barker's Bluff Monday, ... ." 7, Invalid this House presents attractions '
this.season.. 'SANDIFORD St ENGLISH. Fort Pierce, Wednesday,... ." 9, '. nowhere else to.be found in the South. NEWSPAPER

*: The STAB force,return their sincere D. W. McQuAiG, Excellent hunting and fishing in the immediate Subscriptiongenc)-.
NEW CASH STORE Tax Collector Brevard Fla. vicinity. Pleasure boats
County, The
thanks to Mr. J. C. Norwood of Norwood undersigned having opened a
Titusville Oct: 25 188a. forTouristsalwaysinattendance. -,
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&Co.,for a fine watermelon, from his We are.receiving by every boat New NEWSPAPER ,
SUBSCRIPT!! AGE5CT'
Goods which we are selling at Rock Botom
beautiful place at Pity Point We, learnt tNoRwooDys The manager assures bas Guests all the com-
at he has them in.great numbers. prices for CASH. forts of a home at moderate rates. Will.be pleased to. receive subscriptioza-j
OPEN,ALT TILE YEAR BOUND. .
Every one is!pleased with our fine We believe in the old adage: "Short Fast Hack Line OTTO H. VOSS, Proprietor., to any i; .
settlements make friends" but Cash
steamer "Cinderella." She is large, convenient trades make longer long friends. October. 26 .if. Periodical or Newspaper publishedo *'*

tidy-well: managed and .corn f 6 Opened for the Season. --

fortabler-A ''trip on the,pper.St. Johnson Come and sec for yourselves.SANDIFORD : '. The ,Cheapest and Most Direct JCSfA man who is interested in ,his own Save time; trouble and expense by applying '

,her.is a.pleasure rather than. ,a, bore. & ENGLISH. HOUTETo welfare will be pleased .know that to CHAS. H. NAUMAN', wt

.. --Afresh stock of.choice groceries has, November 29. tf 29 ANDREW GIBSON .. Subscription Agent, **-
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just been received at the Headquarters' Titusville and Indian River. Keeps the finest oysters to be found in Haulover P. O., IJrevard county, Fla. "'

,Store.. Cash customers 'will find it to CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL. Titusville, i 'I "'
Tropical House J. M. Damon .
their interest to call.. First class goods ,
1 AND SERVED IN STYLE.TO SUIT,PATRONS.
are what we have to offer. We do not TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ';
:
--oROCKLEDGE- THREE trips weekly between the ST. -<>- : .

deal in 2nd's. JOHNS and INDIAN RIVERS.Leaves Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. Dealer in >T

.. -We learn that an order has been received Indian River Florida. Enterprise EVERY Monday, Wednesday Baker's Bread always on hand. Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, .;

from the Post Office Departmentfor and Friday Morning, arriving at Also a first-class Barber shop attached. Fancy and Toilet Articles. '.

:the.carrying,of the mails.to be changed -i S. RYDER, Titusville the SAME day. Parties Meals at'lesirnj all hours to leave; .from on 5>> a.morning m.to 11 p.mall m. Perfumery, ]Bye-staffs, Paints, Oil .
from'the overland'route to the Cinderella boats and hacks will please note this.
Owner'and Proprietor. Varnishes brushes,&almost everything .
,via Salt Lake,' if it can be made ReturningLeaves :
kept by a first-class Drug House. 1
-o-- lit This ;
Out 1. ,
without additional expense to the. gov Tliis House is centrally located at Rock Titusville E'rERY1'.uesday.Thursday Ci VmRkmatoaewtt6= ait'1lm: Any drug, medicine or Instrument -

ernment. ledge, in the far-famed Indian River region and Saturday morning, arriving at lJ:m a & needed by customersand ..
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Enterprise In'the evening.-Address oo gOlM YCMllllrm OeemwkbStDLYork. 1 .
I =We. tailed.to announce last week, the of Florida and possesses all the advantages i Prescriptions carefully compcv1n\Jed. .,.

death of W.F.Richards,ex-Sheriff of this of Climate, Health and Pleasure W. S. Norwood, AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST, I night or day with accuracy and dispatch' .. ,

county,'recently,thejesidence_ of his of this newly developed region of Florida. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. As Good I by competent persons. Ir36'. .
as tlic Best .
son4ri law, Henry' 'L. '''Parker., at Fort Salt Water, Boating, Fishing, Oysters, A r THE SLOOP "AGNES 1

.Drum. He departed.this life after vepainful W Hunting, Rocky Shore, Superb Scenery, JAS. PRITCHARD & CO., If you are in want of anything in the .

and prolonged illness. May h e together with the finest Oranges,Bananas, OFFER FOR SALE : Tinware line call on commanded by ]

ever rest in:Peace. W Pine-apples arid Guavas, are some of headv'mtagcs CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAX, /;

Immigrants :are arriving' on 'everyboat to be found in this favored Business, Residence Lots, F. C. Allen, Makes regular trips on Indian River. 'IJ':;
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SUE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OF ',
and the principle question is"Wherecan locality.. and Dwellings in Georgi r.a, .: Florida. ,

:'I find a pleasant home?" We answer r RATES, $2.50 PER DAY. TITUSVILLE.Also -o---- Groceries Goods,* .

"on Indian River if Canned Goods, II
does hotplease
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made the Week or.'Mont) .If what is
want "
Arrangements by you not in
stock he
you'another one'will." There is November 8th 1883. 23 6m Unimproved Lots In will make it for you before you leave. I Hats, Boots and Shoes, .

a plenty.of good land around:, Titusville: A stock of : Ladies' Shoes in great variety; Prints'at- ?

j just north. :of the town and .extending to Established 1878. Indian River :City.jgfHave hand. Repairing first-class done on ware' short always notice.on ; new patterns at low prices. |

the head of Indian River, lands that will a large list of November 1st 1SS& em 27 Ready-made Going Toile}. AiticlsOTIO.S. [ : 1

grow.oranges,cane,,vegetables &c ..Someof O: \ .
Be it known to.the Orange Groves .Eggs 'Wanted. '
people .
the
finest- in the
very young groves ( -For the cash onlyPIONEER .&
State are to'be' found in the immense of Indian River and vicinity After.December 15th, the highest mark March 15,46 6m.
hammock that ON HIGH ,HAMMOCK5 & FIRST GLAS8 t pnccr: will be paid for fresh '
lands. We have no.,'"horn"blow.when to ,0. -0 w.'Ul 50 head of turkeys and eggs.150 heal 1 COOPERAGE.,e : _':' .

we'" say:this.. From Titusville.. PINE LANDS,' of chlckcns. Address H. J.FATJLKKBV: '
north the the 8. RYDER .. 27th] tlanticHouse Syrup Barrels $2.50. ok' $
head,of river
.t.c.l you, can i Oak Hill. Fla!. '.
hardly buy, amiss. O iWhich.' we are offering at- > ,, Gauged, to, order, ten cents extra-.Mfc:
.t...... J"has'again returned from Stereoscope Views. L',
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''Dissolution Notice.ThefirmofPritchard&May. 'New'York and offers'',to the BOTTOM PRICES. I CHOICE SUN PRINTS OF TROPICAL PLA I' C B :\'. ,1.

'is this ",public the PINE-APPLE LANDS ,Furnished to all who apply to *'r :, : Honey Barrels, and Oval Water.et: '

day'dissolved by mutual consent, 'r I SPENCER & ,
ARMOUR : : BreakersTanks
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Deceanber"l188& ,1 . p 1 J .., ,Several Large Tracts, Of, .< :, Yachting. partiesfe.. : ", t.h't.'J"':w
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..,.:.-,,'t"-,'," '.'_ .' .. .i. u i of&oods of.iii the county' consisting HEAVY HAMMOCK lANDS" ', ;2yl" f ..and all kinds ot CaOPr ,WOKK to ordcr.ti. : .
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: .Qraale Box>> Straps.. ,, a": T'. to; ..
!T 4 :o well FOR INDIAN .I' T. joiii\so3j 1, .' : r.
Iajn prepared to furnish Straps for adaptedtoS ; RIvER :.;'),,-.
'7GEX RA L MERCHANDISE ; I ; LaGrange $ %. r n Florida-
orange D xes in.gitiaantitiestosuit.Putiwanung ; iBananasandEarl Rockled' 1',
vegetables.. Lind : '
theni'will find.some'' 'ati Headquarters ,. ./ LUM ;
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:storeat all;time*.\ :a' I ,; I Q of every description. ;Ii'is' Also;unimproved{ Lands in',all 'sections I: The, ,Steamer. "ASTATULA : : R I -
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t: 8ifr.lt !'.4Jf :;i!l ftSDEL: not necessary -" '-v '1\4' ynd : u- ,
'Pr1nMd.'' ,. 4 r801d by. tor name kinds of quotepricesr, 'f of the,county., ?'t' Lnke.Pomsctt sssSySoS Landis s30. ****fo* s ..at'819OQ per thousand. ft"*! :
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L METDE4 ,whatever yon.may.,,.want call .and wagons for H.Ockle connecting WUb h. LUMBER&. SHINGLES
<* 'V ?' ->'t t,4 ."\f"..''..''''' .t."I. : or.send, to I Ij A FEW VERY DESIRABLE Alan IUvCl" Boats at Ro kl and poiute on In- ?: t tL
ca ij ." 't [t.J'AI"'e \.'>hr j\ ( togs on Indian River,and Lake edge Wortb for all lfaaai 1 v '. Alwaya oahand.MAGRUDER .f'.N ':-

The Sloop.'_Yacht./Rose.,:.' :Enquire, of .HomesteadsLefi, .U RET11RDNG. ','1 "'ff' c..f '&. tCO:', :,
Otto'VO Titus House S.Ryder's ''', ,,' :
L : EpckledgeNottwibktothovgoodt. i 'flj
,: Parties havininohey.toVpQrchase ;.niortinvestments l; will 1cavq the :: "" }c :;
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;Tituiville.. ,Fla., .No-9A488&" ',, '4w_, ery Tuesday and Lake poia e 1.'LJ 1'r
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attention
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.fj\ ages, e prey h- connecgoi at 4 P.m.making :1 .tLUM-BER!: \ ., ::
: to all and one met. Go to tht,old eland atocJ ,'. ',douhtedaecurity dally line: at.antOrd>andL Enterprl8 .
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CQU Edarat'.StfieaiiiRooEAND ; edgeandKefory6wtelf., qYfU." don't :' ;-;> 'H*' ;iiBeaLEstatepIaoed ;! ,t.'I.'k points north Steamers and west' for byra11.Jacksonvw..;;...:.,.W1th.,d fl. Will, be furnished to,order on ior ...- -J

-fPOB'lADDJB; GENTS... ViCleanliness -t; JMtlqi'e -*t d: M 1 pi j t -- -- ,twf .' tC tat .l8.0Q per !bosand .Preyed.1 .
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