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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 20, 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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TIME :IV; ,f TITUSVILLE FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DEC. 20,1SS3 NUMBER. 34.;

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r., jffALABAR ITEMS.' POSTAL TELEGRAPH. SCHEME.. EDUCATION ; tions of economy in time and money, and OtJll WASHINGTON' LETTER. ,.

the only royal road to a full harvest.IMPROVEMENTS. 1
f 1 Mr.. H C. Starke, has started for Chi-- The question of postal telegraphy will BUEVARD Co. FLA. }) WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 8, 18S3. '
t So far I have
made allusion
i. intending to fetch his wife and family probably'receive prompt attention at the Dec. 12th 1883. no 'to any The first step in the presidential campaign -
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'. sago: without delay.Gapt hands of .Congress. Senator Edmundshas To the Patrons of the /UJOl.i-All questions ilefects. Had I proposed, a critical review of next year will be taken on Wednesday '
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{ here already introduced a bill in the Sen- relating to our educational interests of school operations in the past, considered next, when the republican executive -

' ; May has been here surveying; so ate, and Senator Hill has presented one meet with so much favor from the public, with reference to means used and committee meet in this city to select

{ far everybody has been'satisfied with the on the same' subject. )Ir. Sum'ner, of that I am prompted to review briefly my results obtained, the work would have the time and place for.lidding the national -
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:. r: way the lines pan out. California, will present Senator Hill's tour of inspection. been of very little practical value. I republican convention. to nominate '.

: The"Greenback' hails now from Mali bill in the House at an early date, and it Schools betWeen the Kissimmee and have no time'to look into a past that has candidates for President and Vice' Presi-

i ; Mr. Chapin having purchased her is not improbable that the best. featuresof the St. Johns. I was present at the closing nothing to imitate. dent. It is the general impression 'that .
Mr 01fnstead. the Edmunds and the Hill exercises of Bass- We have, however, much even now to the
i from plan plan I school No. 11 at convention will be held in the east,
; We are informed that Mrs. Tracey who may after full discussion, be embodied ina ville. The examination was highly satis correct, much to improve, much to inaugurate inasmuch as the nominations for the past

is for the present living on the Fish new bill which will command the sup- factory. Their self-possession indicateda and it were a shame to fail to do eight years have been made in western .

: place,'intends to build a handsome residence port of the greater part of both houses. self-confidence that could only find these things. They require study, meditation cities, Chicago, however, it is intimated,

on her property situated to the I Simmer's bill is drawn upon the theory birth in a thorough preparation. Their careful work, to be done wisely. will put in'a claim to have it held thereon

south of' Messrs. Arnold's plantation. that the postal telegraph should be under answers were prompt and intelligent. They are too important for hasty action. the ground of the superior hotel accommodations -

; She has a'very lovely site, and her well the direction of the post-office Depart- They were an honor to their teacher, Mr. They demand a comprehensive view of and a capacious hall in

known taste will develope and improve ment. It provides for the appointmentof C. D. Pury ear. There is but one schoolin the whole field, an intimate acquaintancewith which to hold the convention As far ,as '.

: its natural beauties. a Fourth Assistant Postmaster Gener operation here at present. I am hap- all the details. There is no profitin I the hall is concerned, it was almost''' the "

al who shall be electrician and who is to however that I have putting these undigested plans before unanimous the
M ssr8. Cecil, Maynard, Briscoe and ; an py say, engagedsix opinion of delegates to
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Dr.De La Mater, are preparing to build charged with the control of the new ser teachers for these schools, to open in the public. This is office work. But you the last convention that too large a hall

; .substantial houses
Creek without delay. bearing interest in denominations not to up good schools. In others, the scattered scholastic year, will find the schools on a the control of the convention' in the '
: Goat basis in the of
exceed $50 each, to run thirty years, but condition of the neighbors, and the high harmony with progress hands of the galleries, a 'fact which will
is for the launch
first set
t. 'Wednesday the basis that will insure
redeemable in to be is- water during of the county, on a be remembered by all who recall the
". twenty years; are part year, prevent a I I exciting -
"The
y Mr.Cecil's boat Chicago, fall f
of for the
sued for the construction of the proposed large number of children from attendingany poslh'etl:5 nctory return 0 ex contest in the last republican convention -
5 world.and his wife will be there and
the telegraph lines. The bill provides that school. This has been a subject of. penditure. Philadelphia, it is understood,
f itfamtendedtomakethe: day a memorable CARDINAL POINT.
the work shall be begun under contract study, and at my next' visit to those sections will make an appeal to have the convention G-
in the annals of this increasingand In all efforts for the of
one with the lowest bidder at all the princi- I trust that with the aid of the my promotion held there and a delegation will Be

enterprising settlement. pal cities of the United States simultane- parents:, some plan may be ,devised to our work, I have been governed solely here on Tuesday to urge-the selection of
.
: petition has been forwarded to the by what seemed the best interests of the that
ously, lines being opened for business solve the problem. city. Theo national convention
: Postmaster-General, asking that the new children, giving due weight to health, which nominated
: when'fifty miles are completed between Indian River and MerrittIsland Schools. Grant and Wilson was
;r Post-office may be located ,at any.two points. These schools generally, have few natural morals, and intellect. The schools are the last one held there. There is also

and, named Rocky :Point, Mr. L. Brain- for the children. The children are our talk of Boston .
., Any community desiring to connect disadvantages to contend against. Theyare some being named, but it
and it is anticipated will be our: newly with the main lines before the serviceis '\11.in operation, or have made arrangements cardinal point, their education our ob- is known that a majority of the committee .

; -*swell as first-appointed official. extended to them, may build, and if to open soon. ject, then how easy, how pleasant to all are opposed to'gomg east of New York/

t This point is admitted to be central and their wires are constructed in accordancewith TEACHERS.Our work together. Baltimore which years ago used to '"be }

the most convenient one in the locality. the specifications the Postmaster- corps of teachers is exceptional.They BANNER. known as the "convention city," ..has
! should Common
We have School '
r r iNo'doubt, before many months are !General, he may accept and pay for them. are of a high grade of scholarship; a been spoken of. ,
will'be opened here. :The maximum tariff Mr. Banner.: a white silk ground, borderedby The reunion of the Mexican .Veterans
over, a good store proposed by deeply interested in education ; fond of .
; Negotiations are pending with a' well Sumner is ten cents for the first ten their work; their efforts and their influence gold fringe; in the center a school or veterans of '46, as they are 'called,'

known and popular man, who will sell words and five cents for each additional are a guarantee for the advancement house supported by five hands. The took place at Abners Hall on E street
white would typify good will the gold '' '
good articles at a reasonable rate and I ten words. His maximum press rate, to I of the children intellectually and about noon to-day. There were about

1 who will beside keep a full stock at all be uniform all over the country, no matter morally. Our county furnishes eight fringe representing limitation, the school 250 members present,and the meetingsand
law the school house would be the
. times .:A fine business. is sure to be done what the distance, is twenty cents per teachers, two of whom are pupils of our ; cen- greetings of old veterans who had
tral thought education the five hands '.
by the,proprietor., hundred words. In the transmission of schools. ; not seen each other for years was very,
.
would be emblematical of the
lifting '
; power .
Ten more families are about to settle messages, secrecy of correspondence, etc., PUBLIC. pleasant to witness, and battles were
, us: one, Mr. Briscoe, wife and is provided for similar to the bill intro- I must compliment our pupils for the the finances. Of course it will require fought ove"r, and the gray,haired veterans
among skill to make the five hands hold such a
children, having already started for this duced by Edmunds. Sumner's bill also good behavior I observed, and for their appeared like a crowd of boys on a 'pic
structure gracefully. leave that to the
, "land of promise." proposes to create telegraphic postal application. would state that I am genius of the Public. nic., The air is full of rumors to-day regarding -

, Mr. Read has rented the :Miner house cards of ten, fifteen and twenty cents' proud of the intelligence of the pupilsof CONCLUSION.My the appointment of members of
; I I value, which be mailed anywhereand Brevard. It is to. this intelligence the various House committees. No defi-
and will. move into it, with his wife at may friends, the future is bright. Let
:;: The.low bondis nite statements are given out even by
transmitted at once. that I attribute the absence of trouble in
; once. us look ahead, and push ahead. We can
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'. designed to enable the people to take our schools. Order and obedience are not those most intimately associated with the'.
A will be held as soon as arrangements reach that stage, when it will be a privilege -
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meeting \
the loan. to be expected from the idle or the dull. new Speaker. They assert that they .
can be made, to decide upon : to attend a school in Brevard coun- know of his intentions and
nothing that
As near as we can get at it from numerous The child who is orderly, obedient, in- ;
a site for'and other matters in connectionwith ty. he has made no promises. An old 'member -
:: special despatches(we have not telligent and industrious, will be a great,
J starting a Public. School.It yet received copy cJf either of the bills) a good citizen. For.the hospitality, the kind assistancethe i said this morning that the'"hew men '

is,fervently to be hoped that we are the above.is a fair synopsis of the provis- YOUNG CHILDREN. courtesy,and encouragement,received were seeking positions'on the "ways and ...
during tour I am deeply grateful.
i to have a building erected for a schoolhouse ions of Mr. Sumner's bill. We shall re- Are children of six always sufficiently my means, appropriations, and judiciary
years
acknowledgement is sincere; .
My
be made to have services my committees; in fact that they wanted to
i efforts may cur to the subject again at an early date.GENERAL developed mentally and'lhic-
... thanks are lasting. be connected with all of
the
held in it, at least once every Sab- .t. important
NEWS. ally to go to school ? My experience as Very Respectfully. A. BRADY. committees. .
;, bath, as it is now, on the river, the way a teacher says "No." My observation in Supt of Schools.

i in{which Sunday: : is observed would be a .Sergeant Mason who fired at Guiteauin schools says "No." I am prepared to affirm ..... .. It is generally conceded by democratic .

disgrace to the Gibbeway Indians. prison, and missed him, has been pardoned (Kinder-Gardens not. included) SHERIFF'S SALE. members of the House that Representative ; -

Although our citizens hereabouts profess'to by President Arthur. that of those pupils who dislike study,who Morrison, of Illinois, will be given

; be Christian men and,women, yet, Dealing in cotton futures has been de- never learn anything well, who go to By virtue of an order from the Circuit the chairmanship of the ways and ,means.

i we believe that, if a ship laden with drcss.11mber" clared gambling, by the Supreme Courtof school longest, the greater number, nearlyall Court for Brcvar 'Countv, I will sell at and Mr. Randall that of the ,appropriations .

ed. and shingles was to be driven Georgia, And all contracts based thereon are children who were startedtoo 11 o'clock a. m. on the first Monday in committees. As the associates .of .
} 0 January 1884, the same being the 7th :\Morrison on the and means
service void. consid ways
ashore on the beach, a Thanksgiving as young. This is a very important
i. :would at once be arranged for. The Louisville Exposition came out eration. I cannot go into details. Pa- day of January, to the highest bidder* committee are mentioned' the .names of ,
for cash, all the perishable property of Messrs. Hewitt, of New York Randolph
with deficit of $230,000.It I lest in this ,
The services of Mr. Bolton are in constant a rents, warn you, you err
i't'i' those who want is remarked that the present Congress :particular. W. B. Moore, levied on by attachments, Tucker,of Virginia, Curtin, Pennsylvania .

wells request driven. by We are persons thankful to say will enact a National Bankruptlaw PUBLIC INTEREST. and consisting of: One lot of lamps and Geddis, Ohio Herbert, Alabama; 'Sey- .

fi{ that this "cold water", district. with the Lowell bill as a basis. I am more than gratified to bear testimony i- lamp fixtures; one-half interest in steam mour, Connecticut; Maj'bury, 'Michigan; .

i a, The town of Waterbury, Conn., is suf- publicly to the interest of our citi- er Ibis ; one lot of crockery; one lot hard : Cox," New York; or Hurd, Ohio, .democrats ,

I' '' Among the guests at Mrs..Bolton's hotel fering front a water famine. zens in all matters pertaining to educa ware; one lot hats and caps;. one lot of and Messrs. Kelly, Pennsylvania; .
1! the past week, have been, Mr. and dry goods one lot of clothing one lot of liaison Iowa and Haskell Kansas '
: Nine negroes were chosen to the Virginia tion. Their zeal; will show for itself at ; ; .re-
f Mrs. E.: Arnold,'Mrs. Cecil, Miss Linda boat\ fixtures sail boat Nonsense ..
Legislature at the late election. the end of the year in the number of ; one ( ;) publicans.The

Cecil, Arnold, L Brainard, Kruse, Bris- Pension Commissioner Dudley has laid children at school, and in the number of one sail boat May;) one small skiff; one democratic members.do not unani-,
coe, Craiger, and many others. iron safe (Butler make;) Goods leviedon
r before Washington Grand Jury a school houses built. mously favor ')Morrison's, selectionfor _
f. Mr.C. Creech'is about to start on the mass'of testimony in reference to the HARMONY.The by attachments in favor of G. F. En-. the ways and means chairmanship, '

war path after orage crates. He is bound frauds of pension agents. divisions existing at the com- se)., Henry Wilson and Joseph Smith.M. the ground of the opposition being,. as

" to get some or die in the attempt. A secret organization called the National mencement of the year have all passed E. ENGLISH. expressed by a protectionist, that his appointment 4 .

"t JOHNNY JUMP UP.STATE League for the Suppression of Polygamy away. It could not be otherwise, for Sheriff Brevard Co., Fla. closely following Mn Carlisle's
.I.I has been formed in. Cincinnati. Titusville, December 18th, 1883.SHERIFF'S i election to the Speakership, v would pre-
NEWS.At there was always unanimity as to the .
t& '. Branches are to be organized in other importance of school work There was cipitate the tariff issue for 1884, "and,"

the last term of the Circuit Court States. but a difference as to means or plans. SALE. added the gentleman, "it is not the province

1. in Alachua county about thirty indictments The sensational reports respectingthe There was just enough clash of opinionto By virue of an order from Justice's of the Speaker, nor for that matterof

t. were found for selling tobacco without removal of the remains of Abra- evince'a waking-up fully to the matter ; Court, of District No. 2, Brevard Co. Fla.'. Congress either, to force political issues -

t: a license. ham Lincoln from the sarcophagus at in hand: a greater realizing of the I will sell at 11 o'clock a. m. on the first upon the country." ,.

Exchange"A Marion county man Springfield, Ill., are officially pronounced. deep interests at stake. Did no one bristle Monday in January A. D. 1884, the same The Cabinet ladjes will not begin their,

[ claims to have captured eighty opossums untrue.: up, did no one try to use the school being the 7th day thereof, to the highest receptions until after the New Year, ex- .

'''' this season." Wasn't the, man playing Eau Gallie.l. Items. question, I would conclude the whole bidder for cash all the perishable prop- cepting Mrs. Frelinghuysen, who receives

'possum when he made that claim ? Orlando School opened on the 10th inst. with I thing was a dead lion. erty of W. B. Moore, levied on by at- informally on every Wednesday. To-day

Eeporkr. 10 scholars in attendance. i TRUSTEES.Our tachments, to wit : the reception at her home was unusually =

A' little Key West darkey, while opening It.is rumored that the Messrs. Hodgsons -' trustees are our most important One lot of boots and shoes; one lot of attractive as her: daughters were all with
red
t conches last week found two, contemplate planting 100,000 pine- officers. They are the legal representatives store furniture. Goods levied on by attachments her, and the Secretary of State spent the

!. pearls imbedded in the flesh of a conch, apple slips opposite this place on the of the schools : on their vouchersall in favor of L Warrock, and afternoon in the parlor. This last is, an

for which he received $36.:. east shore. moneys are paid; on them greatly T. H. Sanders. addition to the pleasures of their,"at '

l The Timea-Democrat* Everglade Col.exploring Mr. J. T. Stewart will launch his fine depends the success of schools, the Sfnpt. 1L E. ENGLISH, homes" which both his family and his

fj|! expedition are all right. yacht the Hourie, in.about two weeks. must rely on them at all times. Patrons Sheriff of Brevard Co.; Fla. guests appreciate, for it is of rare occur-:

L Hopkins writes his son in Jacksonville 'I: The future of the truck gardens looks cannot be too careful in selecting trus- Titusville, December'18th 1883. 'rence. AUGUST. .
1 that the party burned the saw grass themselves bright. Tomatoes are now in, bloom. tees." .. .. -4.S...-

tK preparatory to entering the swamp. Messrs.-Gleason and Carpenter are preparing BEST SCHOOLS. When Senators Plumb and Edmundsstart The Steubenville Gazette thinks that if .

About 125,000 poupds of fish are ship- to move the Majgruder mill to They are located at these points: where out to repudiate Mahoue they 'will the star route thieves had.been let, alone,
ped from Cedar week- this place, on the arrival of their w find themselves would have rid.of the
Key every there is most interest on the part of parents probably the same fix they gotten surplus
,Two SleePers will shortly be put boiler. \ mariner found himself after he and thus relieved
F new the greatest energy in trustees, the that the revenues, Congress
on the..Transit road. .It is proposed to Lord Parker, of England, has been most enthusiasm in the teacher,where the shot the albatross. Small as he ia, they and the country of the Vexations prob-
call of them "Lake Dora," and, the with us for the past week,but has left us him too 'load o1Io .' lem. .'' ; ?,>..;tfli'i:
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YEARS APART.. embroidered flounce are liked for young -great' demand for ,ordinary wear. I I -. Monstrosities. i and the operation for separation killed- )
FIFTY
---- 1adiee aDd ID ses. Ladies' long taffeta gloves in from eight A Authenticated Cases' Which Make the other. Cases of pairs joined at the ;

They sit in the mouth jtewuaf. TWO KINDS OF HANDSOME DRESSES.. to ten button lengths are, shown, _with | the'Slamese Twins Appear I back of the head, at the back, and j hi

Aid the fin burns brightly between; Jersey tops or in mousquetaire style in Normal. I every conceivable way may be found

One And has the pined other seventy just seventeen.summers, The handsomest white. dresses are all the new stylish hues of the season. "He is a very devil in royal skin," j without number. The double--*

.They rest in*happy silence ... either almost entirely composed of lace, Long taffeta gloves to wear over the was a remark made of Henry VIII child of Oxford,England,attracted coo"iderabltt -

.-to. A..it the shadows deepen Cut; or else are all of the new open-work embroideries dress sleeves in fourteen-button lengthare when he procured a divorce from Anne attention. It lived for soaie

0 *e lives ia k coming future. : with barely enough plain imported in black, tan-color, strawberry Boleynbut' the majority of readers of J *'me. The peculiar feature was that
And in past.
one a_long'long rush material to hold them together. Our pink, strawberry red, metallic red English history are unaware of the fact one head possessed a bright, smflint
Bach dreams of of music
And a question a-wbispered low: best dressmakers make the basques, cut and white. I that, although considered the most contented countenancQ, and the other a

.One will her it.this evening, from embroidery by the yard, with the Lisle thread gloves are imported this beautiful woman of her day, she had dark 3 scowling-and dejected one. It

One heard it long ago. seams cut close and butt .n-holed over season in all colors, ,with long Jersey congenial deformities. There were six also had four arms. The rest of the body

Each dreams of a loving husband. the sid The embroidery 5 foot and she had three was natural. The deformity
Whose brave heart ill hers alone; on wrong wrists in open lace pattern or with plain toes on each was chris

IPor 1 one the Joy is coming, edging the basque is joined on in the I tops. These gloves are shown in moss breasts in a straight line across her i ened Martha and Mary. Liceti, aa-

For one the joy has flown. same manner, and great care is takento greens, drab browns, golden browns, chest, and with these deformities her J other authority, tells of a case in which!

"Each dreams pi a life of gladness sides match the figures so that the effectis copper colors, strawberry red hues, royal spouse became disgusted to such child had a natural body and lower extremities .
under the ;
And Spent both the hope sunny and the memOry given of a basque formed of a single tobacco browns, old buff tints, shrimp a degree that procured a divorce from but possessed seven heads acd

Shine in the happy eyes. piece of needlework. The apron overdress pink, electric blue and black, and are her. There are numerous cases of this seven arms, and lived about week. An

'"Who- knows which dream is the brightest I is of the solid embroidery, and the sold in from six to eight buttons lengths deformity recorded. One, three, four, | odd story is told of the old surgeon Zuli.

The And sorrow who'and knows'1r Joare mingled.is the best.? skirt] covered with flowers to match.Very Silk mitts will be again worn this summer five and even more breasts have been omtius,who had performed the*oPeratioa

But only the end is the rest. elegant dresses are of fine mull, in plain solid silk in black and all. reported as belonging to one individuaL of making an artificial nose for a man

S .Ss or sheer nainsook, almost covered with the stylish new shades of the season. These supernumeraries are ,sometimesin The material used was procured from a

-,,.', .. Oriental lace frills, and with draperiesof a straight line with the normal ones- hog. The operation was a success A child

For Our Better Halves. Oriental lace net. Pompadour lace, again, under the arm or on the hips. 1 born to liim about one year after had an

the new lace with raised flowers, is very Several cases where they were on the I unmistakable hog's nose, and a short

: Extended Notes But Important. beautiful for such dresses. Culls. back, and in ono or two cases they are '' 1 time after the old hog was killed, when

.COTTOW COSTUMES. .Embroid red batistes, with. Irish. point Nearly all the -post-offices in Texas reported as forming diamond and ,triangular t j 1 both the old man's nose and that of his

The pompadour designs, so much 1 or guipure patterns in wide borders for shapes. There is one case recorded 1 child rotted away. This apocryphal
are in charge of females. It works
so
liked for foulards and sateens, .are draperies and basque, and deep flouncesto where the female had eight story is told, no doubt, to illustrate
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well that the males now arrive and depart I
extensively copied in the cheaper cali- match, are again imported and rind hour in the day. breasts-four on each side. old superstition. There is an odd case
-eoee and percales,which every year grow great favor with ladies who can afford every
reported of in the
Many of the numerous cases of deformity a man prime of life
( Even the five cent calicoesare them. The weather is so damp at Coney
prettier.
who the
reported surpass belief. There surprised physician he consulted .
remarkable for_beauty and delicacy Ribbons are used in profusion, both Island that they have begun to put cork
was a monster at the Court of St.James, I by telling him he had never been
of coloring,.though these are, of course, ia many bows of narrow ribbon and soles into their clam chowder. I sick had
who was 28 years of age at the time.the never taken medicine, and
limited in,>variety, and appear mostly broad sashes. The poet Street spoke of "the un- observation was taken. He was per1 1 had called out of curiosity, because he

in dots and specks, tiny flowers and The most fashionable of the white i i winking eagle." This is nonsense. feet in every way but one. He possessed felt a little out of sorts. This man hada
broken 1iae Eight cents gives a wider toilets worn this summer, instead of The eagle isalwaysawingking.Professor .
two hiads-one of which was large cup-shaped piece of clothing
choice and better quality, while the relieved by the usual colors of
being of Rhetoric.-"What im-
very smart and the other very stupid ; made of some solid substance, which he
.percale, and American sateen finished rose-color, blue, or mauve, will be enlivened portant change came over Burns in the the stupid one,kept him in so much trouble said he wore to protect a part that *aa
:prints, which cell for twelve and a half by the newer shades of French latter part of his life?" Senior". Ie
I that all his time was spent in allowing very tender. On examination it proved
,cents, are in all the charming floral terra-cotta, tea-rose, shrimp pink, and died."
to be his
which
j his
I smart one to get' him out of thescrape's was literally the
,.and window glass patterns first introduced the like, and a leading toliet will be one I
Sioux squaws do not wear striped his other head had caused. His outside: of his body. He had protectedit
,for sateens; and some also, of white nun's veiling or vigogne, with .
stockings. Three streaks of green paint stupid! head died a short time after this instinctively, and had caused him
may of them, with solid colors for 1 broad sash and other satin ribbon trimmings
are cooler and cheaper. report, and the whole man lived for ten no trouble. A case mentioned in one
'combination suits. Polka dots and ] of pale primrose yellow, hd
' days after, until, the dead head had almost of the late medical works is that of a
lings, shells. and lozenges, Kate i ]primroses in the corsage and. hair, an At a church entertainment in California -
separated from the body by wood-chopper who met with an accident
Greenway figures,' animal's heads, i necklace and chatelaine of amber beans. rumpunch was smuggled in as
decomposition. Valentine and Home that laid his stomach. He fed
open
-all sorts of quaint and pretty designs One lovely sateen has tambourines cold tea. The desire for tea became was
relate the case of a child in through this hole, the food being simply
-abound, and ladies who like' these decked with wheat ears, poppies and great.
Bengal who was the unlucky possessor placed in the stomach, where the process
in-
inexpensivecotton gowns may ribbon bows in bright eoloring on a pale
No matter how hard the times maybe of two heads. In this case'. cf digestion could be watched at ease.
them to extent.
-d1ge.in any blue ground. Nautilus shells animals'
bees always cell all the honey they the heads He of
were placed one on top of the was wonderful assistance to phy
Wrappers are once more favorite -
garments heads, stained glass patterns coveringthe
make. other, and joined very closely together. siology undoubtedly, and his
general-
for home and tasteful
wear very balls and
.. whole ground, rings, a
cool, clean looking matinees. madeof host of other quaint and pretty fanciesare A man who ran against Time sustained They were both perfect in formation. health did not seem to be impaired by
a serious concussion. Sometimes one of the heads would be this unnatuarl manner of feeding. The
} the cheap prints, with,tiny spots or seen. In buying a suit of sateen orfoulard
larger polka dots on a white ground. it is well to purchase two or i A good place for matchmakersTheSchool asleep and the other awake. If the hairof half-crazy quarryman who bad a crow-

Tradles.'Who: object' to loose wrappers, three yards extra for a parasol to i of Design. ene head were pulled, the other head bar driven through his head recovered,
would cry ; if one mouth were fed the and became a Justice of
;and ladies who do not wear them, the Peace.
young match These will be made to order y
It is
proposed to send an amateurbrass : other mouth would One
water and show of the most
.make instead these wonderful authenticated -
simple :morning any dealer in parasols, and the handle band to Montana to make the'I
dresses with a short,round skirt, with may.be selected to choice or an old evident signs of satiation. The mon- cases of artificial deformity is that of
,
Indians West.
'. flounce two go strusity lived for four years, and was a Frenchman, who had the entire skullcap
a single \deep or narrow parasol frame, if one be on hand, can
Terry's key-note-Do. The Cen i in the best of health at the time 0 fits removed for some disease of the
ones,. andS a long half-fitting sacqueedged be used, thus, lessening the cost con I
With. a,.ruffle, and'worn, with or siderably. tennial key note-See. The Stewart death, which was caused by the bite of brain. He recovered and adopted the

without belt. The fancy for ginghams Exceedingly pretty sateens are in' heirs' key-note-souL The key-note of a viper. Winston tells of an Italianchild profession of a beggar. His stock in

3s an established.one, and plaids, stripes solid color, pale blue, p'nk, cream, etc.,' Sol-Ray. 8 years of age who carried a littlehead trade was allowing givers to produce

sand checks are all shown. Gay.:Madras embroidered in openwork designs of Said Mr.! Tapley, of Danbury, feeling under its right am, which little physiological experiments by pressure

plaids are more popular than last season, White needle work. These make lovely softly of his nose. "I don't want head peeped out, giving one the im on his brain. The fee was deposited in

,. -till many ladles prefer small checks pression that the body of the little head his cup-which cup was the top of his
; dresses for afternoon wear at watering .to be too hopeful or sanguine, but I
was buried in the somewhat larger own skull.
and plaids in less- brilliant color bodyof
places. believe I'm going to have boil.
a ..
ings. its bearer. The little head was i
THE FAVORITE GLOVES. A newsboy says of the new star- christened Mathew and the larger one Health Hints.

PBKTTT ZKFHYR Gltf GflAMS. There has never been a time when fashionable spangled handkerchiefs: "If any man was christened James. If little

Very pretty zephyr ginghams come e 1 people were so independent in the aims a blow at the American flag, spot Matthew's ear was pinched James -

iin robes with plain material for theoverdress matter of gloves as now. Some leadersof him on the snoot. roared, but at all times little Matthewwas When one has had a fever, and the

and 'stripes for the skirt. fashion wear gloveS mousquetairestyle When Sitting Bull declined to go on ] under the impression that he was hair is falling off, take a teacup of sage,

'These'are put,up in boxes, and are 'ac of twenty-button length, while the reservation, it was probably bed jn reality the only protection that off Steep it in a quart of water, strain it

'companied by a plate to'show the man- others use four-buttoned gloves, an cause he bad a mental reservation of his James had.' The last report of this into a tight bettle. Sponge the

vner of making.. Polanaises are mucworn h still others leave their soft, white, care- own to resort to. double boy says he/ was in perfect head with this'tea frequently, wetting
the
for such suits, still, many ginghams fully-kept bands,bare for opera, ball or There is a Chicago girl who, if she health.A roots of the hair.

are made up in what may well be reception. Four-button length glovesare thinks she is going to be beaten in a story is told of a Moor to Tunis, 30 An attack of indigestion Caused br

.... called the standard style for wash dressesviz. usually worn with tailor-made cos- game of croquet, will always fall downin years of age, whose head was so large eating nuts, will be immediately) relieved

.. :a short round,skirt with one, two I II I i tumes and jersey jackets, still many'ladies a fit over the last hoop. that a crowd always followed him on and cured by the simple medj,

or three flounces at the foot, a long, prefer for street wear mousquetaire The Virginia peanut it is said the street. His mouth was so capacious salt. Medical men recommend that

round overskirt draped by means of gloves worn over the tight jerseyor has rotted on the vines. crop, that he* could place a muskmelon in ia3 salt should be used with nuts, especially

.tapes"run in casings into a short wrinkled cloth sleeves. Mousquetaires for the easily as the small boy of to-day when eaten at night.

,apron in front, and falling in full, treet are generally chosen in from six The German journal announce that could a cherry. He was four feet four CURE FOR IY
I the Duke of Saxe brother O.lIa1ltsJournal
soft'puffs at the back. The bodice for to eight-button lengths. Pale, shadowy Coburg-Gotha inches in height, and the distance
of the late from of Health : "Bathe the
Prince
Consort of says
the dress may be either a round, full shades of gray, French grays and slate England his chin to the top of his head
has written a ,history of the was parts affected with spirits of nitre. If
colors years
in all
shades from
'waist with a. belt, a pleated blouse, or, a blue slate- twenty-three inches
-over one-tuird the
1848 and 1849 which will be his blisters are broken so that the nitre
' publishedsoon.
color to dark ,
, what is the favorite style, a basque a Russia gray, are in demand height. Benventi saw a lad well proportioned be allowed to penetrate the cuticle

*' with coat-tail, the sides sloped on. the this season with ladies of refined as to his head. At the of more than
k hips and pointed front. The tastes for taste. Yellow shades in gloves continueto Last year over 253,000 pounds of ostrich 7 the head began to grow age a single application is rarely
rapidly, so necessary, and even where it is
.. crinilated be popular and are shown in the feathers were sent to England only
edges, L e., edges cut into that when he was 27 years old his face applied to the
favorite Fedora tint crude from Canitoun, the value of the feathersbeing surface of the skin three
tabs or points, reaches to ginghams, yellow or and his head were fifteen inches long or four times
'aad some very effective dresses have gold color, iu red mandarin orange hues $5,400,000. It is said that the tc- and thirty-eight inches. in circum- trace of a day there is rarely a
the "
-Teney basques with the edgescut outbound and and in, all shades of dead-leaf yellow, tal is seven-fold. what the total was ten. ference. The number of double children poison left next morning.

with solid, colored ginghams, shading into dark. Autumn brown years ago. presenting far more astonishing Dr. Recklam considers teat ha lade

while overskirts and flounces are finished shades in gloves are shown in a varietyof Mme. Johanna Wagner, a niece of features than the well-known Siamese and other consequences of sleeping in

to match. One of the laws of fashion stylish neutral tints, which may be the great composer, has been appointed twins is large. Button relates the rooms containing flowers do not arise

is that the lower skirt must be trimmed elegantly worn with any costume or Professor of singing at the Munich history of two girls who were joined at from any special properties of the

to match the overskirt-it is no color. Conservatoire. This is the first time their abdomens. flowers themselves, but are due to

longer in good taste to put lace er embroidery Terra-cotta in dark and medium such a professorship has been grantedin At 6 years the little blonde straining of the nerves of smell in the

on the overskirts and plain, I...shades is a very fashionable color for Germany to a lady. I became paralyzed. The taller,brunette Helena, presence of perfumes for an un wontedlength

flounces on the under; the latter must gloves, and may be worn with almost i Judith, then carried her of time. The effect ia analagius

,$lso be edged with the trimming. The : any color. Following the fancy for I sixteen years. They had around for to that produced upon the eyes by an

dress should, however, always have a black stockings, black gloves are worn When a Louisville girl comes to the measles in common. Other small-pox and uaiisual exposure to light, or on the
w th light dresses and in conclusion to have to do with diseases ears by long
:narrow ruffle with. plainly hemmed edge' are good nothing they had independently of each continued sounds. I
set form on all occasions. It is in her beau, she figures the amount he other.
at the foot under the flounce, in order always up At 22 Helena died of M. Regnant *
fever,and Judith a French savant has
good taste to have and his expended on her for ice and ,
to protect the. lace or embroidery stockings glovesto cream few minutes alter. A post-mortem been-lately trying the effect of "blood
thereon., match for evening toilets where the candy and buggy riding, and sends hima examination di t"
.
revealed on lambs.
the
fact that Three lambs which
.White'nainsooks and Victoria lawnsare low shoe shows the hose, and the dress certified check for the sum total. they for ,
could not have }, some unexplained
separated. Judith cause had been
of many kinds from the front if slightly short. .,. ,
plainly
who was a very beautiful girl, had a abandoned by .their 'mothers, were fed

made dress with' tucks for the sole trimxning THE MOUSQUETAIRE GLOVES. A loamy soil,, with a loose gravel]_: lover when she was 18, who tried for a on powdered blood with the most

to 'the .elaborate'robes-made almost Letters from Paris say that mousque ly sub-soil through which the surplus long time to persuade her to marry him gratifying results. The lambs increased
:
entirely of ,embroidery, or trimmed faire gloves in spite of the load ske in size in the most
are going out of fashion for water- easily drains away, ,was doomed to marvelous fashion!
\ with Oriental, Russian,. or. 'Medicis full dress;here, however,'they continueall I may be deeply plowed with good carry through life. "Eveiy lassie has and attained unusual.. proportions for

lace b7 the piece. I the rage. Very good pigskirimousquetaires ;- effect,'or at. any rate without the injuriouS her laddie,"but there is no mention of a their age. The coats of wool also be

Esthetic costiucea, with round shir-: are sold in quite a number of results which follow the practice lover for poor Helena. came'double in thickness* Encouraged

.. Ted waists, full puffed sleeves and plainround colors for fifty' ce ts a pair fcr six-but- t of'the deep plowing on stiff clayey Munster tells of two girls at hedat the I by his success with the lambs,-M. & -

skirt, formed of a single deep ton lengths, sari are consequently in soiL I forehead. At the age, of 11 one died, blood nard .is- now feeding; some. calves on

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THE FLORIDA; : STAB.TiiJBSDAY.DECEMBER:: Teacher's" Institute.- : .NEW ;wtTi.DEBARY CARDS. Notice" f'

20, 1883. OFFICE BOARP OF,PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 1 In the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit -

TTTUSVILLE,, December 3,1883. :BAYA JAS. ,PRITCHARD & CO., of Florida, Brevard Count!!.' ,

PUBLISHED EVERY AT THURSDAY, ,Opens at LaGrange, January 1st 1884, MERCHANTS'' LINE,' Heary Wilsonvs. ...

and will continue in REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 1
session week.
1WavUle' .' : : Florida. one Elegant, Side-wheel Steamers., W. B. Moore.Action .

1' E. B. WAGER; All the teachers in the county are ear- Carrying the, V. S. Mail. Titusville, Florida. commenced by writ of attach-
I
K.aaPal' Editor &,.''PubU her. nestly invited to.be present. Time spent ONE QF THE STEAMERS OF THIS. LINE ment. sum sworn to' one hundred and for-
in visiting the Institute shall be countedas will leave Jacksonville daily trom wharf foot 'D GRAY. ty dollais.
Terms; 81.50 per Annum in advance. of Laura street at 2 30 p.m.,and S.F. and W.. To Win. B. Moore and all interested
'
oIherpersona
,j. SQUARE Is one inch in space. ; IS squares time taught. All friends of Educationare Railway wharf at3:40 p.m., for : .

make a column.Advertisements. also cordially invited to attend our Palatka, Astor, Sanford- En- ATTORNEY.ATLAW.LaGrange. Notice is hereby given that writ of

c.u1I..not' receive unaccompanied attention. .* by the Institute. It is to be an informal, social terprise ., Florida. attachment has been, issued against the

for advertising rates" enquire of the Editor meeting of those who have the interestsof And all intermediatelandings south of said Wm. B. Moore and his property,has .
always enclosing three cent stamp. Palatka. Wm. Scott. A.M.Thrasher.. been attached to satisfy the demand of
.. the children at heart. I would suggest Sunday Boat will leave at 1 p. m. Titnsville Fla. Sanford Fla. Henry Wilson amounting to oue hundredand

THIS PAPER may be,found on file"at for want of time to prepare a programmethat Will make close connections with all Rail SCOTT '& THRASHER, forty dollars. .
Lines for
Geo.P. Bowell & CVs Newspaper Adverting the teachers be :Yow, therefore the said Wm.B. Moore
discuss
to the
ready Points in the
Interior.
Bureau (10 Spruce Street) where
ATTOEXEYS-AT-LAW.: and all other persons interested are here-
advertising contracts may be'made for it best plan for- teaching the various branches And with steamers at Sanford for Sanford : : Florida.Mr. by required to appear and plead to the

in NEW YOR with the books adopted by the Board. i Points on.Indian Rh'er. declaration'died in the above. entitledcase
Scott is located '
now at Titusville.Estate .
Essays on relates Returning leave Enterprise at 7 30 and Sanford on or before the 4th day. the first
,u THE: STAB is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor any subjectthat to on arrival of train arriving at Jackson Real Law a speciality.*, Monday, of February. rule "day, a. d.

Brevard. coupty. schools will be in order. Let everyone ville S. JOXES. 1SS 1. and if be shall fail to appear and

4 come willing and determined to contribute Early next morning MINOR plead as aforesaid judgment'will be entered -

Entered at the Font Office at Titusville a* something to the common cause of Edu- Making close connections with rail and steam against him according to law.
.
Second-Claw Matter. Lines for air points A. A. Stewart,
cation. ATTORNEYATLAW.Titusville .
-- NORTH EAST AND WEST. Clerk of Brevard county Florida. ,

IT is sincerely to 'be hoped that the To sum,up; let us have a council of For all points between Jacksonville and Florida. Titusville. October 25, 1883." 2Gtd..
Florida will Sheriff teachers and friends Palatka,take one of the eteamers leaving
State of grant to in which every .
Market wharf daily Sundays excepted,-at 10 I. Notice.In .
Richards being dead that tardy justice mind shall enrich other that a.m. TWT E. EXGLIS1I..
1 ,every so we FAST MAIL. the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit

r which she owed, but failed to render him may part, wiser and happier, in a ratio I Leaves Jacksonville for Green Cove Spring, Notary Public State at Large. 'of Florida,'Brevard County -

4 when living. Than he none were braver multiplied by the number in attendance., Tocoi Lake and Steamer Palatka.MAGNOLIA leaves Florida Affidavits drawn and all business entrusted To Wm. B. Moore and all other persona interested '-

nobler, more conscientious or more self- Very respectfully, C..ntrnlltailroad wharf at-a. m, daily: Sunday to me promptly attended to. : .,
excepted,returning same day. Office at Ills residence You are hereby notified that a writ of
denying: With him to know' duty was A. BRADY, Supt. of Schools. For further information apply at General
it and Ticket Office corner Bay and Laura Streets. Titusville Florida. attachment has been issued against the
to'perform fearlessly faithfully. W.B. WATSON.Manuger. said ""m. B. Moore and his property has'

While sympathizing with an unfortunate CASH CASH.! CASH C. B. FEIWPCKGen.Pass.Agent. S F. GRAY. been attached satisfy the demand of

criminal his motive was none the less to BOOKS ON FLORIDA. George F.Ensey amounting to the sum
of Two hundred dollars and interest.,
W.HEIREP: Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL .
render crime odious In a pecuniary Illustrated contains size .
Florida imperial;? thereon from duly 19, 883.
sense the office of Sheriff, at the time he lustrated colored orangE views.growing of Florida and different Scenery: sections ,11. WORK WARRANTED.Work Now, therefore you the said Wm. B.

' it thankless and AT THE of Florida. Price 5Oc.Practical' or orders left with P. E. Wager or nt Moore and all other persons interestedare
was a one
occupied we
Post Office Titusville or with A. Brady at La
Orange Culture by Arthur Manville Grange will receive prompt attention. Will be hereby required to appear on- or before -
:: fail to see how the State could refuse toI The latest, best, and most practical In Titusville every Monday. the'first Monday the 4th day of Feb-

reimburse him for the funds which he &D QUAtt1f work on the subject 12mo paper 75c cloth$1.Florida ruary a. d. 1SS'4: ,'the same being'rule day
dl i 'l.56F1S fruits and How to Rajse Them by B. R. W1LSOX. for said month and plead to the ,declaration -
I DR.
:' was compelled to use in her service in Helen.Harcourt. A practical
little volume on growing the orange lemon filed by the said plaintiff in said.case,
-carrying out the duties imposed upon STORE lime,fig pine apple,guava,Japan persimmonplum Will continue the of or attachment proceding and if he fails
If him'by the law and his oath of office. and other fruits, 12mo paper..5e cloth$1. practice Medicine in to do so judgment will be awarded

I At the last session of the Legislature a PI I lUllud nTl'K<3 productions Past and Present by Samuel its climate C-Uphaui soil and, Titusville and vicinity, against the said defendant according to
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. law and the, property attached will be
.
bill for his relief was introduced and Illustrated 12 mo paper, price 50c. Office J..M.. Dixon's Drugstore.
levied on under execution and sold
to
or Florida 'wrani ow, by .
passed by the Senate, but for some reason --= FloTI.da Breezes Ellen Call Long. Describeslife A.IJ.. U.'VLEY, D. D. S. pay the said debt sworn to.
and society Florida before and duringthe A. A. STEWART
unknown us it failed to pass the As- The Oldest, and. Most Reliable Place of war."A delightfully entertaining volume." ,
Clerk of circuit court of Brevard Co. Fla. ,
embly.- There should have been no hesitancy 12 mo price$1.00 Visiting Dentist. Titusville October. 22. 883. 2Gtd
A Ippnnfit'O Orange Culture and other Cit- Makes frequent trips to Indian :Kiver. -
:'d.f either by the State or County in BUSINESS A lludUdUrusFruiisby Dr. Geo. W. Davis
A handy and practical little work on this Lake Worth &c. NOTICE. .
rewarding a public servant-an officer of *
great fruit industry. Price 50c. P. O. :Adtlres8. New Smyrna Florida. In the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial circuit -
i the law-his just compensation for services Tlionotph An illustrated agricultural .
on Indian River, Dealing in F llUlllld UiSydlM. weekly. Gives best and II. X.1J U."X. of Florida, Brevard c rant f, A..D.
11 rendered and moreespecially to reimburse most reliable information on }Florida sub c. 1RS3.. ,
..
him for his private funds necessarily scription per year$!.00, sample copies 5c. Joseph Smith '
or cruise of the Dolphin Justice of the Peace and
vs. }} Attachment, amount
used in the prompt discharge of his General jMerdiandise DDiUdJlllidjfillUllll.by; Helen Harcourt. A
Notary Public StateatLarge.Also Win. B. Moore. sworn to$300.00. .
charming; book adventure for boys. Li mo
. duty. What are laws'goofforwhen they cloth, price $1.25. Commissioner of Deeds for the State of To Wm. B.Moore and all other persona interested
are not executed? What safety has the flat oil Johns 1 her Fla. Nearly S feet .
: PENNSYLVANIA.Office
uiapin
None but strictly first-class goodsare lluldll For the use of tourist
; payer for life and property when the travelers price 25c. at the Haul-Over. NOTICE is hereby given that a writ'of
attachment has been
, issued against the
TJnnV of Orange culture in Florida Lou-
executed? What Inducement
"
laws are not bought and sold at this Stand.o Hand A. isiaua and CuUfontia by T. W. 'T1 JOHNSON COCKS11UTT. said Wm. B. Moore. and his property: attached -

1- other than a moral one, has an officer )100re,3tI edition cloth$1.00. .LNotary. satisfy the demand of Joseph

rinpiflQtbeltalyof its climate Smith amounting to Three hundred dol-
to faithfully execute his public South America
llUlllld soil Public, Stat -at-Large,
ff trust when he of the How to get there cost of land and expense ot r lars.Now.
is'deprived compen- Remember A Dollar will buy exactly making a home-of planting a grove of fruit and therefore the said Wm. B:Moore

'tion for his services? Does not the State trees-raising cattle horses: hogs: shecpetc., Justice of the Peace. and all other persons/interested are here-
.by F, C,M. Boo ess,paper price i c. by required to appear and plead to the
or county, as the case may be, virtuallyoffer $1.00 worth.Established Tnnriot and Invalids Reference Book, of pop- Court day first Saturday! of each month. declaration filed in the above, entitledcase

r "a. premium for the commission of ID 111, price Iu I ular 30c.mdaninrr( winter. travel with maps;Svo paper ; GRANGE .- \ Florida. on or. before the first, Monday In

,crime, when they refuse to pay an officer I iu Florida: ,Ainanucl of; by Prof. March a.d. 1S84, the same being rule day
i for services rendered and much more so In 1S'73. lUOlllll I J.Whitner,paper, price JOc.FLORAOFTHESOUTHERNUXITEDSTATES. LA GRANGE STORE for said court and if he shall fail to appear -
and plead as aforesaid judgment will
' when they fail to reimburse an officer for Always on hand a general assortment of
Address orders to containing an abridged description of the be entered against him according,to law.
: his private funds expended in the discharge flowering; plants and ferns of Tennessee North GOODS. A. A.SxfcwaRT,
a and South Carolina,Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi -
Clerk of Brevard county, Florida.
of his duty ? If we are rightly The Store add Florida arranucd according to the
Headquarters -STRICTLY CASH. Titusville.Nov.
26,1883.. 31. td
natural systems by; A. W. Chapman M. D.
informed the has her
.i County paid proportion Ferns by Prof D. C. Eaton,8 vo cloth price$4. E. L. :

for services rendered, by this Titusville, Fla. COLTOX'S NEW SECTIONAL MAPS OF FL\., Brady. NOTICE-

:'I': faithful officer, now let the State, at this FOR. SALE the latest and best edition published, price January 1st 1SS3 1 yr 30 Six months after date I will present
my final accounts and vouchers to the
: late day, do her duty. A desirable cottage, house and lot in $1.25, Colton's pocket map,price 75c. Florida an.1.l.factllre. County Judge of Brevard county Flori-,
., FLORIDA For Tourists Invalids and Set-
: ida, as administratrix with the will
Titusville also Blacksmith wheel wriglit annexed
Many citizens of Florida are interestedin ., and general, repairing shop, at Titusville. tlers, by George M. Barbour, profusely il- AMAZON PAINT WORKS. of the Estate of II.T. Titus, late

what are known as the Florida claims Enquire PRITCHARD & May. 24 tf lustrated; 12 ino cloth, price $1.50. of said county deceased and ask for a final .

" under the Spanish treaty. The .settlement FLORIDA: Its Scenery, Climate and His- 15: J. BERNE, & CO., ,discharge as such administratrix.
NOTICE. by Sidney Lanier illustrated ino MARY E. Trrua,Administratrix.Titusville .
?t1 of these claims has been tory, manufacturers of the
agita-
, long Land Office, Gainesville, Fla.\ cloth $1,50.GUIDE Sept. 17, 1883. 22 Gm.
'. ted. Success has never attended the effort Dec. 12 1SS3. / "
EAST FLORIDA bEdwards
TO ; AMAZON READY.MIXED PAINTS NOTICE. ,
: ;though some was made in that the fol little volume lOco
is price
progress NOTICE hereby given a handy paper Six months after date I will present to

iB ,the Senate last year. Of course it will lowing-named settler has filed notice of HISTORY OF FLORIDA, )by Gcor c.Fairbanks iu all shades and ready forImmediate Honorable A. McCrory. County Judge

all have to be started, over again. Sena. his intention to make final proof in sup- ; a standard work, crown 800, $2,50. Brevard counry'Florida, my final ac-
of his claim and that said proof will : Use.
port and vouchers
counts as administratrix of
,tor Jones has,again taken the matter in be made before A. A. Stewart, clerk cir- HISTORY of St. Augustine, by W. AV. the Estate of Bartholomew Einig deceased -

hand.. He said recently, that by com- cuit court at Titusville, Fla., on 1st Feb 'Dewhurst, 12 mo price 100. Specially Mattel For This Climate. and ask for a final discharge ,from the

and, hard he expected ruary. 18 4viz: James LaRoche of Melbourne GUIDE to St. Augustine and Florida, administration of said Estate.C. .
'mencing early working Fla.,lId. 5.595 for the lots 2. 3, 5 illustrated with maps, paper, price 25c. and grinders of J. SANDHJ-ORD! Admiuistratrix.

to accomplish: something looking' and C, Section 18. 'fp.'32 S., Range 40 E. FLORIDA as a Permanent Home, by Jac- Pure White Lead Titusville Fla.. Sept., 6. ISS3. .19 Gm.
to a final settlement during this session. He names the following witnesses to ,
book interested iu Florida
resh'ence ques, a every one : .
and
The text of the resolution on this subject prove: his continuous upon should read, price lOc. & Colors In Oil. NOTICE.
E. L.
viz
cultivation of said land : Gray Land Office at Gainesville.Fla.\
which Senator Jones introduced the other of Eau, Galhe,- J. J. Lalloche, of Melbourne CAMP LIFE IN FLORIDA, by Halleck, 12 Office and Factory, Nov. 13. 1883. /

day, and :which was unanimously adoptedby M. S. Sams, of City Point and mo price $1,25.McCLELLAN'S. No. 26 Ocean street NOTICE is hereby given that the follow-

the Senate, is as follows: W. Cleveland, of Rockledge, Fla.L. : New Digest of the Lawsof ing-named settler has filed notice of his '

be A. UAUXES. Register, Florida, 8 vo sheep, price $7,00 (postage JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. intention to make final'' proof in supportof
"Be it Resolved That the -President Office.
34 5w U.S. Land 30 cents extra.) his claim, and that said proof will be
for color card and list.
and.he is requested inform the e-8cn price made before E. N. Dimick clerk
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hereby -- -- deputy
NOTICE.Land : INDEX to the Decisions of the Supreme ,

Senate, if not iucompatiblc.with the public Office at Gainesville. Fla.,\ Court of Florida,by Rhy don 31. Call,Esq., Tuesday circuit court., Jan.at 15.Lake 1884 Worth, viz:, Edwin Fla., 'on R.

: service., Dec. 12, 1883. / of the Jacksonville Bar, price $3,00. W WANTED
: .. Bradley, of Lake Worth Fla.,. D. S. 718,
.1., Whether or not, in his opinion, ,theninth NOTICE is hereby given that the fol- COUNTY PAMPHLETS.Duval for the lots 3 and 4, Section 34 Township

article of the treaty of 1819 between lowill -named settler has tiled notice of Orange, Sumter, Polk, I MALE and FEMALE I 44 S, Range 43 E.
intention to make final proof in sup- Putnam, Madison, Alachua, and( He names the following witnesses to
his
has To engage hi the sale of our new and important
and
; the United States Spain port of his claim and that said proof will St. Johns. Price 25 cents each. works of standard character large proftU anUlaimeaae prove his continuous residence upon, and

been fully executed by the United States. be made before A. A. Stewart, clerk cir- VIEWS OF FLORIDA. iKJUiCBt and elilnc lucrative qualltte biulne'S e offer. address a per cultivation' of,said land,viz:Albert Geer,

2 If it has been fully executed, cuit court Titusville, Fla., on January Stereoscopic superior quality per doz. $1.25. Tile CIHCIXNAT1 PCBUSHUfQ CO.; M. W. Dimick. Wm. Lanehart, Benj.
not
IIcliot, on heavy German paper"1.25 171 W. Fourth Street, of Point Lanehart, of Lake Worth. FJa.
M. S.Sams City
2Gth 1SS4, viz: handsome
its Very and give general satisfaction)
then whether, the impediment to execution Fla., D. S.'747 for the X i ot N E J -Section Souvenir(: of florida, small book form of U 2oc Free! Cards and Chromos.We L. A. BAKNES.30w.3 .
'' arises out of unsettled questionsof 23 S 36 E. Jacksonville,large size 50c ; Register U. S. Land Office.
36, !'p. Range .. Augustine, 50c .will send free by mail a sample set of our,
of law the following witnesses to large German French, and Amencan ChromoCardson
fact He names "
undetermined questions
or Scenes and characters Sunny South 25c tintJ and list NOTICE OF INCORPORATION
groundswith a
residence and gold price *
his continuous upon illustrated of 20 colored
and what, if any, are unsettled questionsof prove cultivation of said land, viz: Thomas A. views Florida in cloth case consisting price 50c. of for over postage.ago different We will designs also,send on receipt free by of a mail stamp as Man River & Nortta: Transportation i

fact and undetermined questions of Sanders. Rcb't. B LaRoche Richard J. Any of the above publications mailed postage samples,ten of our beautiful! Chromos,on receiptof COMPANY.
free receipt price.Address publishers tea cents to for packing and postage;also .
and pay
of Point, George
LaRoche City NOTICE
.law. :
Asliiiiead Brothers' enclose a confidential price list of our large oil is HEREBY GIVEN that'1n accordance -
,
Senator said that he.has Cleveland, of Rockledge. Fla.L. chromos. Agents wanted. Address F.GLEASOX with the laws of Florida, we
also
Jones, II A. BARXES, Register, :34 3m Jacksonville Florida. _&Co.,46 Summer Street.Boston.Mass. the undersigned h1ve.forrnecJ an association

great confidence in being able to receivean 34w5 U. S.: Laud Office. CONTINENTALHoof 100.00 A WEEK to be styled and known as the Indian i

suitable public River and'Northern
appropriation, for a, Transportation
NOTICE. the above amount
We to
can guarantee
;, building at Key Wfcst Fla., and legisLl.- good active energeticAgents Company for the purpose of constructing -
: ,
,, Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.\ Ointment.Cures maintaining and ope rating- Railroad -
,
tion to settle the claim; of that State on Dec. ]2, 188.1. / I from a point on Indian RIver at or

r account,of expenditure made in suppressing NOTICE is hereby given that the tol- Cra.ckedJIoos, Sprains, Scratchesand Ladies as well as gentlemen, make a successin near Rockledge to a point on Lake Po n- }
Considerable named settler has filed notice ol the business. Very little capital required. sett on the St. Johns river in Brevard .
Indian hostilities. progress lowing We have a household article salable asflour. !
make final proof in county, Florida for the purpose of con-
intention to sup-
!%4 in the latter,measure has, it will be his port of his claim and that said proof will Sores in It sells Itself veying persons and property., Said road ,

'. remembered. been made heretofore both be made before A. A. Stewart clerk cir- It is used every day In every family. You do to be three miles in length or thereabout.

& ; 'in the Senate and House.-Morning New. cuit court, at Titusville, Fla.,on January26th Horses, Cattle and Sheep.Ask harvest not need for to all explain who its embrace merits.this There golden rich op. MINOR S. JONES.

..*.. 188-1,viz: Richard J. LaRoche, of portunity. It costs you only one cent to learn A LEXANDEI.STEW A.BT,'
for the W 4 of what our business is. -Buy a postal card and JAMES A. McCxosr.Titusville .
522
Florida Fla, D S ,
Mr. .of the West City Point, for it write
Whitner lat Storekeeper or and will
{ your write to us we send you our prospectus 21 1883.
September 23 3nuNO
., of and N E 4 Section 27,Tp. 23 S, Range 36 E. and full particulars _
; Seminary, goes to take charge He names the following witnesses to

;= ; build up the school at Bartow; and perhaps prove his continuous residence upon and direct to the manufacturers, FREE : PATENT, NO PAY.

; n institution cultivation of said, land viz: ThosH. And we know you will derive more good than Obtained for Mechanical ' foundation for idea of.
lay the an :you have any Our reputation as a PATENTS vice,
Jno H. Sams, MS Saws, of AMERICA LUBRICATING ; Compounds Designs
Sanders, manufacturing company is such that we can Labels. All
4 and preliminary
examinations
of learning of a high grade. Cleveland of afford to deceive. Write to a
City.Point, and, George not us on postal as to patentability of Inventions free. Oar
LaCrosse district, in Alachua county Rockledge, ,Fla. OIL CO. full and particulars.give your address .plainly and 21 receive ly. "Guide for obtaining Patents" is sent free '
Register everywhere. Address-LOU 1SBAGGEB A CO.
A BaRNES, ,
L.
has nine public schools, five for colored 34W5 U. S.Land Office. Cleveland, : : : Ohio. Buckeye lU'f"'S. Co. Marion, Ohio. Solicitors of Patents,Washington,D.C.

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ONB VIEW OF MABRIAGB.I ... After Two Centuries and a Half. on one of his flock, a lady, who was feeble How Marbles are Made. of the same substance could be swallowed -
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of and rather desponding. When asked only ,under, the protest of the
billiards beer andNnerC1 Few more unlikely repositories a '
mart my
Jive JBJ the Latin
up Marbles are known from
love token or tender pledge of the affections very tenderly: about herself, her reply fauces, and the digestive organs would
,
"
boot&matinees races or bars. themselves was,."Weak-ohso very weak!" And word "manner ; by which. similar soon find means to eject it. The bronchial -
would suggest one
And make my.small income in some man- known to the boys ofRoie
playthings were
raerdo, would say,,'to even the 'most inquisi then she added, that she had been that tubes promptly react against the

Toturniah.food, clothing, et cetrafor two. tive-collector of such relics than let us day much troubled in mind because she two thousand years ago. Some obtrusion of foreign substances. The
The girl may be pretty and Iona .!:grant- had marbles are made of potters' clay, and
found it to insect
her of
impossible causes an
she cowl the foundation govern sting an involuntary
Perkaps she can cook bat more likely say, a chimney. or
can't: stone ,of an Asylum for Incurable Tri- thoughts in meditation and prayer, so baked in an oven just like earthenwareis twitching of the epidermis. If a thorn-
She mAYpfa1 the piano>> for "all that its baked, but most of them are made of
much so that "She had fastens itself under
kept
the
worth cyclists. Yet a lock of hair once be- going over or splinter skin,

But as for her wasting-why.heavens and stowed by some generous maid upon a and, over the same thing again and again a hard kind of stone found-in Saxony, suppuration prepares the way for ftmoval. .

earthl : too-secretive lover has recently bten "My dear friend," replied the pastor, Germany. Marbles are manufactured rein If the stomach is overloaded
No fcr ..e it's too much of a
mairuge numbers and sent to all
sham: discovered in-a locality far more wildly "there if provision in the gospel for you great partsof with food it revo'ts against further in-

,I think 1 ani fu,letter oa"AI I am. improbable than either of those indicated here. Our Lord. Jesus Christ, when the world, and even to China: for gestion.
I
jufonua' :TIXW. his soul the use of the Chinese children. The
above. A few weeks ago, upon the was exceedingly sorrowful, 1?I These automatic agencies of the organism -
"Tm weary of bachelor's life. I declare. three times and the stone is broken up with a hammer into
Of a Httl tall bedroom boarding-house farm of; one Siam Evans, near Bethel, prayed, spoke same generally suffice to counteractthe
fan;,, oak tree three feet six icords." In a moment her face was little square pieces, which are then and the
Oregon, (Eng.),an disturbing cause, sensory
nothing at all round in mill. The mill has
No pleasant companionship, ; lightened Her trouble ground a a
be it, email inches in diameter was felled, and sawn up. was gone. accompanying the
I long for a home ever so I symptoms process of
fixed slab of stone with its surface full
For a hone and a wife who is cheerful andbrit up into planks. One of these in due In similar circumstances, Dr. Stoughton reconstruction constitute merely a plea
.' of London entered the of of grooves or furrows. Above this a flat
room one
course found its way to a carpenter'sshop for non-interference.
"union trenjtV, why, notions are suppurating
my sinking under pulmonary disease. "How block of oak wood, of the same size as
right.My where it attracted attention by tissues push the thorn outward, and resent -
small !but I think will the stone is made to turn rapidly
they
wages are an odd-looking branch-like knot trav- are you feeling to day ? "Weak-ch) only pressure in the opposite direc
do. weak !I" He around, and while turning, little streams
so looked at her
With a little eooMmy,nicely for two. ersing its substance. This knot, ex- very I. tion. The eye volunteers to rid itselfof
I've mv. eyes.. a girl.and I'll ask her- cised from the plank out of sheer curiosity pale, sad face, and with half a smile on of water run in the grooves and keep sand dust but remonstrates
against
,
that. flat. his face the mill from getting too hot. Aboutone
own repeated the first two
So off with my.lippen,and ho 1 for my bat! i by one of the workmen, proved j] friction. The rum-soaked system of
hundred of the of
lines of a hymn well-known to fcer : square pieces
to be a hollow peg or yew, containing a : the toper undertakes to eliminate the
Beauty and Extravagance.Do lock of bright red hair, to which, as the "When I am weak, then I am strong; stone are put into the grooves at oner, poison, and only asks that the consequences
and in a few minutes are made round
Grace U shield and Christ
objects "in amber" referred to by Popein my my song. of the outrage be not aggravated -

women look prettier for all this his epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot, were The effect was remarkable. Her and polished by the wooden block. by its repetition. But if that plea:
China and white marbles also
increased expenditure? Oldish men pecularly applicable, the lines : "The countenace changed, lighted up with a are remains unheeded, it finally takes the

ray,' "Ah; there are no pretty girls now, things, we know, are neither rich nor gladness that never left it, but shone used to make the round rollers which form of the emphatic protest called dii-
such as there were when I was a from it have delighted the hearts of the boys of
in -
young rare, but wonder how the devil they even death. For in its manifes-
ease. even urgent
fellow." Young ."men say, "What got there I" Further investigation "I am useless now-quite laid aside," all nations for hundreds of years. :Marbles tations, the reaction against a violationof

guys women made of themselves before I demonstrated that a hole had been boredinto said a devoted Christian man in a time thus made are known to th, Oys nature's health-laws, it is a cry [for

the present style of dress came in." I the trunk .of the oak' tree with of sickness to a friend who came hopingto as "Chinas" or "alleys." Real chinasare peace rather than a petition for active

TIle truth 'is, probably, that a pretty an inch auger, and that the plug of yew speak a word in season. The sick, made of porcelain clay, and baked assistance in the form of medication.

woman charms in any dress, not becauseof freighted with love's gift, had been man was calm and patient. The wordsof like chinaware or other pottery. Some Accustom yourself in all your little

it, but frequently in spite of it ; whilea driven into the aperture thus prepared his friend, however, seemed to aid of them have a pearly glaze, and some pains and aches," says Dr. Jennings

plain woman is.often enough stylish in for its reception. In the course of time him in no way, till, in going away, he of them are painted, in various colors "and also in your grave and more dis-!

her get-up, taking especial trouble to be the wound inflicted upon the tree hade said with true feeling, "You think you that will not rub off, because tht y are tressing affections to regard the movement

perfectly correct in details since sh healed over the plug so effectually that lie there useless ; but the sight of you, baked in, just as the pictures on plates concerned in, them in a friendly

cannot hope successfully to compete in the portion of the trunk under which to-day, has taught me what will send and other tableware. aspect designed for and tending to theremo..al

point of looks. Extravagance, then, is ,the ruddy lock lay concealed exhibited ,me on my way with stronger faith and Glass marbles are known as "agates." of a difficulty of whose exis-

by no means necessary to the'setting oft no fewer than two hundred and fifty confidence." The idea of Laving helped They are both made of clear and colored
tence were before and
of beauty, and as. for the 'common excuse each another at once touched a chord in the glass. The former are made by taking you unaware,
rings, one representing a year's
which, if suffered to remain and
that lavish expenditure is good for growth of the brave old oak, chosenA. heart of the sick believer who was left up a little melted gl &upon the end of cummulate the ac-
might destruc-
trade, it furnishes a knife that cuts both D. 1632 by some careful swain as in his chamber with his cup brimmingover. an iron rod, and making it round by tion of the house you prove live in-and that
dropping it into iron mould which
way an ,
the hiding-place of his mistress's ring- instead of its '
to be cured
needing it
it it around the ,
If shapes by
expenses increase in one direction s or whirling
The of
let. secret
difficulty keeping a is itself
Home Economies. curative
they must necessarily be limited in head until the glass is made into a little a operation ; and that
forever has seldom been
more quaintly
what should
be
called disease
,another; and ,if one set of tradesmenget illustrated than by the accident that Copperas mixed with whitewash upon ball. Sometimes the figure of a dog or lies back
of the
which in
the Benjamin portion of a man's this heart of oak has been compelled to the cellar walls keeps vermin away. a squirrelor a kitten, or some other object made for symptoms the fact, are-

income(through: his wife and daughters), is placed on the end of the rod, and express purpose of removing -
yield up its charge after preserving it i Drain pipes and all places that are the real disorder
when it is in the melted or difficulty.
some other sets obtain less than they dipped glass '
so rigorously throughout two centuriesand sourer impure may be cleansed with
otherwise would. There were of the glass flows all arouud it, and when e ,
a half. lime water, copperas water or carbolic
course, extravagant women in the days ... the marble is done the animal can be

of crinoline and back chair, but theirvery Religious Sentiment. acid.Good fires should be kept up during seen shut up in it. Colored glass mar-I Snakes as Family Pets.

extravagance would now almost house cleaning time, even though the LIes are made by holding a -

be considered as economy. As compared %When there is alarm lest the foundations I doors and windows be kept open. glass rods in the fire until they melt, I The following interesting observation

with the powers of spending moneyof will be shaken because old then the workman twists them round
Excellent shampoo is made of salts of on the intelligence of snakes shows,.not
a woman of to-day, it was"as moonlight traditional views are proved incorrect, into a ball or presses them in a mould, only that these animals
tartar, white castle soap, bay rum and are well able to
unto sunlight and as water unto it is wise to listen to the words of those so that when done the marble is marked
lukewarm water. The salts will remove distinguish persons, but also that they
." With all these blue, yellow and who have earned a right to speak. with bands or ribbons of color. Real -
all dandruff, the soap will soften the' possess an intensity of amiable emotion
scarlet ribbons for temperance in drink "To agates which are the nicest of all
me, says Prof. James D. Dana, mare -
to be
scarcely
hair and clean it thoroughly, and th expected in this class. A
will no one start a white ribbon for "the first chapter of Genesis is greatlyillumined bles, are made in Germany, out of the writer
to the
bay rum will nrevent taking cold. London Times: thus describes -
temperance in costume ? It might be at by the revelations which skit stone called agate. The workmen chip the behavior
of
snakes
first difficult to obtain recruits, buthere ence has made. I see nothing in modern The reason why cabbage emits such the pieces of agate nearly round with I kept by some pet
a gentleman and of his
a lady
certainly are a few women of developments to shake my faith hi a disagreeable smell when boiling is hammers, and then grind them round acquaintance :

England who have been secretly, hopingfor its inspired announcement rightly interpreted because the process dissolves the elsetial nand smooth on grindstones.
oil The water should be "Mr. ?:M- after we had talked for
changed ,
a backward tide hi the flow of present or in any of the essential I .I '.
when the is half a little time asked if I had fear of
extravagance, and who would truths taught in the Bible.-Golden.Bute. cabbage cooked, and Scientific. any
gladly hail the initiation of far different it will thus acquire greater sweetness snakes ;.find after a timid cXo,not very,'

state of things a reaction in favor of "I AM WRONG."-Let any one try To extract ink from cotton, silk or A SURE REMEDY FOR A }PELON. from me-he produced out of a cupboard

simplicity and a taste. it woolen goods; dip the spots in of a large }?boa-constrictor, a phythonand
purer and he will find that so say in earn spirits Take a pint of common soft soap, and .
Of Charlotte ex-Empress of )Iexicoan est "I turpentine and let remain for severalhours several mall snakes, which at once
asa wrong, is the most difficult stir in air-slacked lime till it is of the made
exchange : "Her splendid blackhair then rub thoroughly betweenthe themselves at home on the writing -
says ;speech he can make. And yet, irs t ; consistency glazier's putty. Make
a table
has 'whitened, but her health is the noblest of all. Very often, indeed hands, and it will all disappearwithout leather thimble fill it with this among pens,.ink and books.
good and she has recovered from the changing either the color composition I was at first a good deal startled,especially -
it is true that any one of us, and or and insert the finger therein ana d
attack of madness which followed her it always shows that we know our texture of the fabric.A cure is certain. when the two large snakes coiled

being,told of the execution of Maxim] selves. It is the only possible road to bottle of aqua ammonia is invalu IMPROVED MORTAR. 1\"dust it round and round my friend,and began to

lian. She is very fond of music, spending take to produce an amendment of life. able to the housekeeper. A spoonfulput said by some one to be better than hair ism'r notice me with their bright eyes and forked -

many hours in playing duets with No man can reform while under the in the iron pans and kettles in in protecting rough cast from I i tongues ; but finding how tame they

one of her ladies of honor, and also conviction that his deeds were virtu which meat and vegetables have been scaling under the influences of peelingand frost ,. werejl ceased to feel frightened. After

shows much interest in her garden. ous rather than vicious. It is only a cooked will remove all grease,and makethe and weather. The sawdust should be a short time Mr. M-expressed a wish

When the weather is fine she walks a conscious sinner that can become a penitent cleansing of these a very easy opera- first dried and then ,thoroughly sifted to call Mrs.-,and left me with the boa

great deal in the park surrounding her one. The proofs around us and tion. One of the best washing fluids is in,order to remove the coarser particles., deposited on an arm chair. I felt little

Chateau de Vouchant, and plays witha within us that we err, are as manifoldas made by mixing equal parts of turpentine A mixture is then made of two I queer when the animal began gradually

dog which the Queen of the Belgians' the variety of ways that proof can and ammonia. This fluid. makes sawdust five parts to come near,but the entrance of my host
parts sharp sand and
one
one day rescuedfrom some boys who be made. To acknowledge is the first rubbing almost unnecessary, whiled it part cement, which should be thoroughly and hostess, followed by two charming
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were tormenting it, and gave it to her and most necessary step; to amen whitens the clothes without rotting stirred together and then incorporated little children, put me at my ease again.

sister-in-law." will follow as effect follows cause. them. House plants are very much with two parts of lime. After the,first interchange of civilities,

seq The prayers offered confessing our sins stimulated by giving them water which she and the children went at once to
Too Much, Sleep. A paste of equal parts of sifted ashes .
are innumerable, but God alone knowshow contains a small quantity of ammonia.Two L. clay and salt and a little water cementscracks the boa, and, calling it by,the most endearing -

The effects of too much sleep are not few confessions are made in, the spoonfuls to a quart of water are in stoves and ovens. names, allowed it to twine itself

less-signal than those arising ,from its heart.SILENCE.. sufficient.. In the opinion of the most gracefully round about them. I
Scientific American
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privation. The 'whole nervous system .Silence has a kindly in there is a sat for a long time, lost in wonder at
Idleness. possibility that the won
becomes blunted, so.that the muscular fluence:when rightly used. What,an derful comet of 1812 may.make its the picture before me. Two beautiful

energy is enfeebled and the sensationsand incalculable portion of domestic strife Jane Rice was a very idle girl ; she before the year closes. reappearance girls and their charming mother sat

moral intellectual manifestationsare and dissension might have been pre liked to spend all her time at play. More than twelve mouths before me with a boa-ct>nstrictor (as

} obtunded. All the bad effects of> vented. How often the quarrel, which, One day, as she went to school, she clock was started at ago,Brussels a perpetual thick as a small tree) twining playfully

t inaction become developed; the memory by mutual aggravation, has perhapsterminated saw a little bee among the Rowe rs. An up draught is obtained in a tube round the lady's waist and neck, and

is impaired the powers of imagination ll- in bloodshed, might Jun"ebeen "Pretty bee," said she, "come and shaft by exposing it to the sun this or forming a kind of turban round her

are dormant, and the. mind falls checked in its commencement bya pla with me." draught turns a fan, which winds; head, expecting to be petted and made

into a kind of heptitnde, chiefly becausethe > well timed and judicious silence 1 "No," said the bee "I have no timeto the weight of the clock until it reaches up much of like a kitten. The children,

functions of the intellect are not Those persons only who have experienced play with you, I must haste away to the top, when it actuates a brake that over and over again, took its htad in

1 sufficiently exerted, when sleep is too it are aware of the beneficial get honey for my hive. Soon the winter stops the fan, but leaves it free to start their hands and kissed its mouth,

prolonged or too often repeated. To effects of that forbearance,which to the I will come, and the flowers be gone, again after the weight has down pushing aside its forked tongue in doing

l sleep,much is not necessarily to be a exasperating threat, the malicioussneer so I must work while the sun shines." little. This clock gone a so. The animal seemed much pleased,
was keeping
i good sleeper. Generally they are the or the unjustly imputed cal paThen I Jane saw a dog in the Held, and time in June, after running good but kept turning its head continually
continuously
poorest sleepers who remain longest hi bility, shall answer never a word. And tried to get him to play with her ; but for nine months. toward me with a curious gaze, untilI

bed; 'i. te, they awaken less refreshed there are not wanting instances were II he only wagged his tail %nd ran off, as How TilE HUMAN ORGANISM PRO allowed it to nestle its head a moment,

than if the time of rising were earlier: the reputation, the fortune, the happi he had to mind the sheep. TECTS ITSELF.-The organism up my sleeve. Nothing could te

by an hour or two.. 'We commend thisto ness, nay, the life of a fellow-creature After this Jane saw some birds in a human body i is a self-regulating of the prettier than to tee this splendid serpent

those who cry, "a little more sleep ,might be preserved by a charitable silence tree, and tried to get them to play with ratus. Every interruption of, its appar- coiled all around Mrs. M- while she

and a little more slumber." either by the suppression of some her, but they had no,time to play; the y I mal functions excites a reaction nor moved about. the room and when she

e ,condemning circumstances, or by refusing were busy picking up straws to make the disturbing cause. If against stood to pour out our coffee. He seemed '

.The judge the other morning asked a to unite in the defamatory all e- their nest, so had no time to waste. caustic potash irritates the a grain of to adjust his weight so nicely, and every

prisoner charged with 'drunkenness I gations.. In silence, too, there is safety "Well, well !1" said Jane ,Rice, "it the palate the( salivary nerves of coil with its beautiful marking paso

what he intended I to do. .He ,replied, always. seems I am,the only one idle; so I will remove it ,by an increased glands try t relieved by the black velvet dress of

frankly, that he wasn't his own boss j COMFORT m SIC ESS.-A minister i hurry on to school, and try to learn my The eye,would wash it off secretion. the, lady. It was long before I

this morning. f I in Dublin, ,some years ago, made a call 1 lessons." ate flow of tears. A' larger by an imme- could make up my mind to end the
quantity
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That wa the'name by which. he. was maybe not on*of von has seen a belted a vigor" which astonished us. During of lights and a cluster of- bearded' hel- Mack island in a sea of fire. There was
known" in the banking-house' or..Ducat, hurl give 'your' father one hi the short business hours he lived jit a sort'of daydreams meted heads suspended' ,' as it. were: ,.in Miss Cissy's window dark and unopened*
ribs and holler out, You're a deep old musing upon his perch like the darkness. though the woodwork around it was ina
Gulden & Ducat; or at least in that "
scoundrel, Smith, and one as knows some cogitative.fowl, ,and'getting into At'first we languidly,jogging along glow. of
the
branch of it which did a thriving business J There was no sign flutter
how beans makes five !" .. j endless trouble over his accounts while with other
in the great commercial city of many I many ,people'who.were hur- of a female dress. 'How terrible it-
Bircbes L It did not require'more In spite of all these peculiarities w.e every evening found him interfer-' rying toward the'&m e goal. Then, as was to stand and wait for the end, powerless -

i :. than five-.minutes'. acquaintance, however learned not only'.t tolerate Jhe'Gentle- ing, with Welstead's tete-a-tete at we came into a quarter of the town,which to stretch out a saving hand.
I inform the uninitiated that the man, but even to like him. Indeed, the high corner house in'Eldonstieet. we knew well, we almost involuntarily Poor Welstead'leaned against me, sob-.
to : we hardly knew how strong this feelingwas At last the crash came. There: was quickened our pace, until tearing rounda bing like a child. A ghastly longing.
complimentary epithet was
5z,; '. bestowed apparently rather from a keen sense'of until, he betook himself into the no need to ask whathadhappened, when familiar corner at ,racing speed, we came into my heart that I might see

on the part of his five fellow- cCuntry.on a,fortnight's leave,carrying little Joe slunk quietly into the office one pulled, up and. gazed silently into each flames in that room, that I might knowit
humor
than on account of with him ,ulster, eye-glass, ring and morning' with disheveled hair, melancholy other's pale faces. There, not a hun- to be all over, and her pain and trouble .
clerks, any exceptional everything else which was calculated to face,. and eyes bleared with the dred .yards: from us, stood the high at an end. Then'I heard the crashof
, claims to blue blood in the case ofMr. ; .
t impress the rustics and stamp him as wakefulnes of a restless night. We house: on ,Eldon street-'the house under glass falling outward and I bent
Smith himself. Even the my
1 Joseph the natural associate of the ''beltedhurl. never learned the particulars of his dis- whose hospitable roof we had spentso head to avoid: seeing the very thing,that' 'I
customer whose of "
knowledge
r 11 casual ." He left quite behind missal. Suffice it that he informed -hours
a vacancy was many happy -with the red I had wished for,; and then there broke-
limited to watching his self-
2: Joe was smirk and watch- him. There was a dead level of equality once and forever that a gap which there flames licking round the whole lower upon my ear,a shout from ten thousand:
t ; satisfied enormous about the five of us which deprived was no crossing lay between Miss Cissy story, and, spurting out of every chink voices, so wildly exultant and madly-
J ther side of the
:, guard'at the shining life of all its piquancy. Even Wale j Xewsome and himself; He bore up and crevice, while a dense pall of smoke jubilant that I never,hope to hear the* '
: mahogany desk, or admiring the emphasis -, stead, who had disliked him from the bravely and ''tried to hughis sorrow to obscured the upper windows and the like again. .
which he utilized his mois-
with
. first, was fain to confess that he was his heart to hide it from the vulgar gaze roof. Welstead and'I looked up. Balanced
t ened thumb in overcoming the grega- good fun, and that he wished him back. of mankind, but'he became an altered We dashed through the crowd together upon the narrow ledge outside the window .

j; ious leaves of his ledger, must have been After all, if his laugh was obtrusive it I man.- What" had, been but a passing and,fought our way. to.the clear 'I had, been watching, there was

l struck by. 'misappropriate ,epithet. was*hearty, and his quaint, vulgar'face I fancy with. us had taken root in his space on, which the firemen were con; standing man, framed as it were in
X. To us, however, who had, so to say sat had sincerity and good, nature .stamped very soul ,and grown there, so that I necting their hose. Aa we reached.. fire. His clothes, ,were hanging around
, at his feet and marvelled at the war of line of it. It with he who had known when it them h barf ted him few tattered -
upon every was un- hardly was a naked. man, as a charred rags
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independence which he was carrying ont affected pleasure that we heard a loud planted'was now unable ,to wrench it and disheveled, 'was. pleading with;,tbb and his very hair was in a 'blaze. The-

against the Queen's English-a guerilla view-halloa in the street one morning out. A The'orde l he had gone through superintendent, clutching frantically at' draught caused by knocking out the

warfare consisting in attacks upon just after the opening of the doors, and chastened him, to a great extent, from his arm and pointing, up' to the dark window had encouraged, flames, so-

f aspirates, and the cutting off of straggling -I saw our friend swaggering in, more his vulgarity by toning down his natural 'clouds above him, :already, rent;; .with, that a lurid curtain hung behind him,.

g's-to us our fanciful sobriquet ugly, more dressy, and, if possible, more spirits-, and-, though. he, occasionally- jagged-streaks. of,ascending, flame., i while the ground was fully seventy feet
: was a joke of the first water. If any- vulgar than before. ventured upon a "Haw haw !I" it was "Too short I" he screamed in a voice- below Yet there, on the thin slip of

thing could have,enchanced our enjoy- Newsome, our bank manager, was an painfully artificial, and a good deal .which we were horrified to recognize as stone, with eternity on each side of him,,
ment of it, it was the innocent gravity excellent fellow, and on the best terms I more suggestive of a dirge than of that of Mr. Xewsome. "It can't beA stood Joe Smith, the uncouth and un-

with which our companion accepted the with all of us. As we were all single i merriment. The worst feature of the it musn't be There are more escapes grammatical, tying two sheets together

doubtful title, and, after o le feeble remonstrance men, with a very limited circle of I case was that every week increased the than one. Oh, man, man, she is burn- while women sobbed below,

adopted it forever as his friends in Birchespool, he kindly_gave gloom which hung over him.; We began nig-choking-suffocating I Do some- and men shouted and every ,hand

own prerogative and right. us the run of his house, and it'was seldom to; suspect that our estimate of him had thing I Save her My child-my was raised to bless him.,, He staggeredand
The circumstances of that remonstrance that a week passed without our en- been a superficial one, and that there beautiful: child-the only one I have !1" disappeared so suddenly that we-
I deserve to be recorded. Before in the little man's soul feared he had ,fallen but he back
were depths was
joying a musical evening there, windingup In the agony of hiS fear he fell at the ,
the arrival of Mr., Joseph Smith from with one of the choice little suppersfor of whose existence we had been fireman's feet and implored his assist- again in an instant, not alone this time,,
I' the paternal tra ning-stables-his father which ignorant. ance. for the girl he had come to save was
Mrs. Xewsome was celebrated. .
was a successful sporting tout who had On these occasions, since distinc- Four months had, passed away. I was paralyzed by the horror of the slung, over his .shoulder. The brave
f'' developed into a trainer: -our.office had fellow seemed to, have doubts of.
the-
tions would be invidious, Gentlemanly Xeneofushad changed much during thing. The situation was apparent at a :>>
,, been a particularly aristocratic one. Joe used to be present in all his glory, that time, with the exception of the glance. There, seen dimly through the strength of his! impromptu rope, for he-

t Welstead, onr senior clerk, was a fine, with a very large white, frilled shirtfront Gentleman. We saw little of him smoke, was Cissy Xewsome's window, rested his own weight upon the nearly

[. handsome young fellow of twenty-six, ; and another vitreous fragment except in office hours. Where he spent while beneath it, separated by a broad red-hot water-pipe during those twelve
who came of a good Scocth strain, and sparkling gloomily in the middle of it. the rest of the day was a mystery. expanse of wall, was the head of the perilous feet, supporting Miss Xewsom

was occasionally' understood to make This, with a watch chain which reminded Once I met him late at night in the fire escape. It was too short, 'by a by the arm which clutched the sheet

f dark allusions concerning the extinct one of.the chain cable of a schooner, docks, stumbling along ring-bolts and good twelve feet. The whole lower Slowly, very slowly, they descended,,
I Earldom of Stirling Dullan and Moreby but at last his feet touched the
; was his sole attempt at ornamentation, chains, careless of the fact that a tripor story was one seething mass of fire, so topmost
i were Oxford men, well connected and for, as he used to say, "it ain't good slip might send him into eternity. that there seemed no possibility of approach rung of thee escape. Was it a dream
I well read little Sparkins was the son that I heard a voice above him .
; form to show you're richer than your Another time I saw a cloaked figure from that direction. A horrible say
of a High Church clergyman ;and I had neighbors, even if you are. Too much lurking in the shadow beside the housein feeling of impotence came over me. "Hall right, missy," before a burst of

some of the best blood of Wales in my like a Sheeny, don't you know ?" Eldon street, which fled round the There was no sign of movement at, the cheering rang out which drowned every

( veins. No wonder, then, that our dignity Joe was an- -endless- source of amusement I corner on my approach. His naturally young- lady's window, ,.though- crawling- other sound.
'T. was hurt by the appearance of a flame had climbed to it and Miss Cissy, more frightened than
to Cissy Newsome,a mischievous, unhealthy complexion had become so trails of up ,
hurt: was delivered into her half.,
loudly-dressed, scorbutic-looking youth, dark-eyed brunette of eighteen, the sole cadaverous, that the sandy eyebrowsand festooned it round with their red gar- over
with horse-shoe pin and a nectie sugges- child of the manager. We had all fallenin moustache stood out quite dark lands. I remember hoping in my heart distracted father's care, while I helpedto

'. tive of spectrum analysis upon the ery love with Cissy at one time or another against it. His clothes hung loosely on that she had been suffocated her lift Gentleman Joe from the escape.

stool lately: vacated by my old college but had had to give it up on his figure. The eyeglass was discarded. sleep, and had :never woke to the dreadful lIe lay panting upon tbe ground,burned
and scorched his sporting coat tattered
friend Vernon Hawkins-most gentle- ,
I finding that her heart was no longer her Even the once gorgeous ring seemed to reality.I .
and charred, while strangely enough
and of mankind.
manly quiet own to bestow. Charles Welstead had have assumed a sombre and melancholylustre have said that we were paralyzed for
the prismatic necktie and horseshoe pin
j For a few lays we contented ourselves known her from childhood, and the as if in sympathy with the feel- the moment. The spell was rapidly had escaped the general destruction so

; with observing the habits andcustoms affection of early youth had ripened ings of its owner. His manner had broken. "This way, lads !I" cried a as to present an absurd oasis amid,

E. of the creature. There was an auda- into love on both sides. Never was lost all its old audacity, and become resolute voice, and' Charlie Welstead the desert around. He lay without

_ city about his vulgarity and a happy there a more fondly attached couple, timid and retiring. I doubt if any of broke in among us with a fireman's speaking or moving until Cissy Xew--

unconsciousness of all offence, which nor one to whom the path seemed to his rustic acquaintances would have hatchet in his hand. We pushed after *some was led past him on her way to a. .
fairly,disarmed criticism. It was not to lie so smoothly, for old Welstead had recognized their gaudy Joseph in the him as he rushed round to the rear of cab. Then he made a feeble gesture
until he began to address us as "old shambling,unkempt figure whichhaunted where there door
i! been Xewsome's personal friend, and the-house, was a usually with his hand, which indicated thathe<
fJ pals, and went the length of playing a Charles'prospects were of the brightest.On the counting-house of Ducat' Gulden used by the servants. It was wished to speak to her,'and she stoopedover

I. small practical joke upon little Sparkins, these pleasant evenings which I &Ducat. locked, but a couple of blows shatteredit him. No other ear but mine caught,
that a pint of,resistance began to stir have mentioned it was great fun to see The termination of Welsteads engage to pieces. We hurried up the .stone that whisper."

I 'within our bosoms and that Welstead, Joe darting into the drawing-room and ment began to draw near. It had been kitchen stairs, with the plaster fallingin "Don't fret, Miss," he said, 'cause-

I, as usual, was pushed forward as our. endeavoring to secure a seat in the arranged that after his marriage he was strips all round us-and the flags so it was the wrong boss came in. He's a,
mouthpiece. neighborhood of the young lady, with a to be promoted to the management of hot that they burned into the soles of good feller-a deal better than me and

r "You see, Smith," he remarked in profound disregard for any claims her another,branch in a distant part of thecount'ry. our boots. At the head of the stairs did as much, but hadn't the luck.

his most languid tones, "you have beenin parents might have upon his courtesy.If This approaching break-up in there was a second door, thicker and A vulgar little, speech, but Cissy's'

our office a comparatively short he attained the coveted position he our little circle drew us all closer together stronger than the. first, but nearly 1 eyes got very moist, as she listened, and '

" ; period, and yet you have taught us would lean back in his chair with what and made us the more sorry charred through by the fire. I I'm not sure that mine didn't,'too.
many things which were new to us. he imagined to be an air of easy gentil- that the general harmony should .be destroyed -' Give'me room !" gasped 'Welstead, I The office was sadly reduced, after

: There is a natural buoyancy about your ity, and regale her with many anecdotesof by the unhappiness of one our swinging round his axe. that. With Welstead and the Gentle-

f character which points you out as one horses and dogs, with occasional number. If we could have cheered "Don't do it, sir," cried a stalwart man on the sick-list, there :were only

calculated to shine in the most select reminiscences of the "big nobs" who him, we would. but there was something fireman, seizing him by the wrist ; four of us at the desk, and,the reaction
circles. Before your arrival we had had professional relations with his in his look, for all his snobbishness, "there's flames'on the other side of that from the excitement' had left us any-

I never learned to designate ladies as father. On such occasions Miss Cissy which forbade even sympathy on'a sub- door." thing but lively., I can remember only

fillies,' nor had we heard of the 'real would imitate him to ,his face in the ject so sac 'ed. He endeavored to put "Let me go I" roared Charlie. one remark ventured upon during that

f'C whom you mention as having most amusing way, looking all the timeas on a careless manner when he joined us We're dead men if you break it I" first day. The dreary scratching .of

frequented your father's establishment.These demure as a little mouse while Wel all in wishing Welstead good luck at "Let me go !" pens had lasted unbroken for over 'an

things interest and please us. stead leaned up against the piano, not mid-day on the Saturday preceding the "Drop it, sir ; drop it !I" hour, when little Sparkie looked' up

Allow us to show some small sense of ,quite sure whether to laugh or be angry. Monday on which the wedding was to There was a momentary struggle, and from his ledger."I .

_ the honor your, society confers on us. Even he usually broke down,however, take place. We expected then that we the axe clattered down upon the stone suppose you would call him a gen-
.by christening you as 'Gentlemanly when the two came to discuss "heti- should not see our fellow-clerk again steps. It had hardly time to fall before tleman, after all ?" he said., ,
; : his character of until he appeared in the character of it could not "A very much better one'than you
; Joe excusing the liberty we take with quette, and Joe, in some one caught up.I see
in consideration of the allit- gentleman, laid down his views as to bridegroom. How little did we guess who'for the dense blue reek of smoke. will ever be,", growled Dullan, and we-
your name
l eration." when a "feller should raise 'is 'at," and the catastrophe-which was impending! A man dashed past the fireman, there relapsed into the scratching of pens.I .
was present at ,tne wedding of
!'i', A great part of this speech must when not.. The argument was gener- I remember that Saturday evening was the crash of a parting lock, and a Charley Welstead and Cissy Newsome

I have been lost upon Mr. Joseph, but ally closed by a burst of laughter from well. It was in January, and a clear great lick of flame, like a hound un- when, after a long delay, it was final' ,
never did elaborate sarcasm fall so utterly -, all of us, in which Joseph would join, wintry sky, with a suspicion of an leashed: shot out and enveloped us. .I celebrated. By the original ,-

flat. Instead, of being offended, though protesting loudly that he was aurora in its Northern quarter, spread felt its hot sear as it coiled, round my I1'S to have figured as best arrangement mar

}t, as we had fondly hoped would be the unable to see the joke.It over the great city. There was a slight face, and I remember nothing more but my post of honor was handed over, j

i- case, he burst into an uproarious fit,of is a proverbially dangerous thingto frost in the air, and the ground clinked until I found myself leaning against the to a certain very ugly young man, whose '
his gaitered leg play with edged'tOOls. I have never cheerily under foot. One of my fellow- door-post; breathing in the fresh, sweet
;n laughter: and slapped appearance suggested the idea that he-
Smith ,knew how clerks Dullan and I had kept little air of night while Welstead terribly
v with the ebony ruler in token of de- been sure whether by had spent the last few weeks in a mus-
r light. "HawlbawI"heroaredwrith-! matters stood betweeen' Welstead and I Smith all day, for there was a wild burned,struggled furiously with the fire- tard poultice. Unromantic as it mar .
of the high stool. tie young lady. I am inclined to think look about his.eyes which made 'us man who held him back to prevent him
ing about on the. top seem, this youth not only went throughhis
..! him of it then to his own devices. We dined at a solid sheet of fire. (
Joeeli ? some one had informed a restaurant was now '
;t think of it!, Gentlemanly ,. the world, but danced at the subsequent
,'. You're right, though; you're.right, he might have, mastered his feelings and afterward dropped into a Hold back, sir !" I heard the honest festivities with the greatest vigor''' and
neither.I and much misery have been averted.It theatre, where Joe's ghastly face in the fellow growl ; "ain't one life thrown
; i and not ashamed to. own up, grace. It is commonly rumored that
; said when I,was comin' up, 'Father,' was clear to us young fellows who stalls had a very depressing effect upon away enough ? That little cove-him this acivity of bis, combined with sundry

says 1, I'll teach,them a trick or two ;' had gone through the same experiencehow the pantomime. We were walking in the gaiters-the same that broke the interesting anecdotes concerninghorses

and I have, hain't I? Of course we're things were tending, but we ,held slowly homeward after supper, it being door-he's gone. I seed him jump and dogs, have so prevailed upon
all gents here for clerks is mostly reck- our tongues rather than spoil what we then between 12 and 1, when we saw a right slap into the middle of it. He the heart of a susceptible young'lacy

oned such, but it, do make a difference considered a capital joke. Cissy may great crimson glow upom the heavens, won't never come back no more !I" that. there is every probability of,our

when a man .has been brought in con- have seen it too, and given him a little such as aurora never threw, and a fire Together we led Welstead roundto haying a repetition of,the, marriage cer-

tac' with the real thing. You can call mischievous encouragement-at: least, engine dashed past us with a whistle the front once more, all three staggeringlike emony.. Should it be so, I trust that I

x Trie Gentlemanly Joe an'pleasure; but young,. ladies, bave the credit of, not and a' clang, the big.boned,- shaggy drunken men. The flames were may at last revert. to my original' position
not as .meaning to imply that there is thing blind hi such cases.' Certainly horses whirling it along at ,suck a rate higher than before, but the upper story as best man. '

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,we do not.ask you to pay until December 10. Years.
you have seen the machine. After having NOTICE is hereby given that ___=_ __
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Address CHARLES A. Wood & CO.. circuit court Titusville, Fla., -We are desIrous
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March 8, 45: '6m Futch, of Titusville. Fla., Rd. t$. .Guod reliable men ducelDen make toDeLers
can
money
the lot 1, Section 30. ry
FIVE CENTS A CAKE. WU1andprutectionguaranteed. Write
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L tie BEST. No preparation. Range 36 East. _
PAYS ON S 'Inganyfabnc.Used with anyr/Mvpenformark Popular for decora-. He names the following tv Bank;?w. Louis ? Chicago. j
Ask Storekeeper for it. Made by
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INK ( I EtabUcbeoiMywwB.IHpbwaa.Sold by all cultivation of said land viz:
Dna taSt W oners A News dgt'i : STANDARD OIL CO., Hunt, Andrew Jackson. & CAMP
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Xauman. of Haulover. Fla.,
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lambs can get to it,and eat without dis- .. but pa raved,and I,had to give in. Yes,
THE PERIOD OF INCUBATION oy 'turbance. They will soon eat enoughto It,started up the mountains,this little I think they are inhabited. I should
Dr. W. E. Green to the It was a strange scene.. A:passionate,
ASLJtS. ,
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assist materially in their brook. Shaded the beautiful ferns
very by
like to visit some of them but you
,
high-tempered had in beat
Brit. Jl iL Journ., April 7, 1883, corroborating boy spoken, .
growth. which drooped lovingly over it it not
would catch me living in Venus.
tl1e'statements of Mr. Vacher of temper, words it was painful to hear,
We want no better sign of a good rested content, and never dreamed of insolent Eight seasons 1 Just think how often
words.
unfeeling
Theywel'
illustrations to angry
i and citing. 'many prove fanner than that he, prizes manure going out into the wide world. What we would have to have new outfits to
the period of incubation'in measles &said to his father; a man who in
that and believes' in returning to the soil more could it wish ? The blue sky was keep up with the styles. 1
F: fourteen days. earlier days, would have responded witha
; is
something like an for whatis overheard the wild flowers
equivalent
grew upon blow. His hair was white now, and What I you are not going? lam
; .COFFEE IN TYPHOID' FEVER.-Re- removed. The secret of good farming its banks, the birds sang sweetly to it. his blood had cooled somewhat. He so sorry, but I suppose you are tired. I i
: Gently Dr. Guillassee of the French lies in making the land the home could nowherebe
; produce Surely, a prettier looked at his son sadly. am. It always makes me most sick to
Navy, has given coffee in the stage of best possible results. Withou tdeteriora- found. So thought our little brook, "I had rather have given a thousand study a whole evening like this. I i

: typhoid fever with marked success. tion. as it bubbled out its shallow content. dollars than to see you give way to think sister,oughtto give us a picture." '

Three teaspoonfuls were given adults Sets, as well as large onions should One bright summer day there came a your temper like this." And they go to school next morning {

every two hours, alternating' with one or i be kept as dry and cool as possible, little lark to bathe in the clear water, "You are one to say that I" the boy and. tell the other girls how awfully

tWo teaspoonfuls of claret Burgundyvine. without ,being actually materiallyhurt and as he bathed he sang. He sang a cried, passionately, all his lifelong fear hard they have studied.-Beife McDonald f

A beneficial result was immediately by frost, provided they are 'not wonderful song of the great world. He of his father swept away by his anger. in Chicago Tribune. .

apparent handled while frozen. If spread on a sang of the cities, filled with busy life ; .
And then the boy stopped, half expecting -
NATURE OF DISEASES OF THE tight barn floor and covered thickly with the streets, where the hum of many Slipping Locomotive Wheels
some punishment He was not' .
.
HEART.-The Medical Times and Ga- chaff or cut straw they will keep well voices and the tread of many feet were -
prepared for his father's reply : In connection with the prevention of
Martin in elaborate till spring. heard. He of with tall 0
jxtte; saysM. an sang ships, "
"I am the very one to say it, the the dangerous tendency in locomotive
the of heart diseases It is not good policy to let workhorses masts and sailing
on pathogeny creaking cordage,
paper ; old man answered. "If I had not suffered wheels to slip, M; Poisot recently communicated
in a recent issue of .the Rente4e get thin. It costs more to put over the ocean. He sang of the country, o I .
so much from my own temper I to the Societe de I'Industria
Medecine, divides all heart affections on flesh than it does to keep it. Flesh with its peace and quiet, and its fieldsof I
should not be so anxious to spare you Minerale de Saint-Etienne some valua-
into two groups, those of val. that becomes hardened by exercise will yellow grain, which swayed gently to
similar pain. Do you think I like to ble results gained in the Mazenay
Ovular origin. These groups resemble be kept up with less food, under the and fro in the wind. He sang of the
know that my own son'has always been Mines, where no more fuel is now em-
each other in that each has an acute and same work, than it took to put it on. great rivers, in their wide, deep chan- afraid of me ; that I am dreaded and ployed for hauling out one hundred

a chronic stage, the latter being almost From 'fifteen to thirty pounds of food nels, bearing upon their calm bosoms
not welcome in my home; that my old tons than was employed for eighty for-
always a consequence of the former ; in will about supply the daily consumptionof the commerce of a nation. Then shaking age will be embittered because I have merly. It appears that the ventilation

both groups, too, the original lesion- horses, large or'small. the drops from off his wings, he
been an unlovely, though not an ut- is effected by diffusion, and that thereis
whether:it has a chief valvular focus, or The practice of growing sweet corn mounted up until his form was lost to loving man? constantly in the rolling-way a tolerably -

whether it depends upon a number of for fodder is greatly on the increase in view, and only a faint refrain of his I
"If I had been gentle and patient and thick smoke which, with condensed -
minute,vascular foci-may be the start- this country. It makes far better feed song came floating down. That, too, self controlled, I should have been steam from the engine and the
than the field sorts from the fact thatit soon died and the little brook was
ing-point of a two-fold inflammatory away,
instead of
happy and beloved, unhappyand dampness of the workings, causes the
process, partly intestinal. The former is very sweet and nutritious, and cattle again alone. But a mighty impulsewas avoided. Do you think I want you rails to be slippery. The consequence

' process is always compensatory: As regards will eat every part of it with great stirring down in its heart, which and I
to sow what I have sown, reap as is that every'time they tried to.ascendthe
.. the latter, whether the process has relish. Sow thickly in drills two and a should one day bring forth powerful I have reaped ?" gradient of one in s1xty- x with a

commenced in one of the valves and half feet apart, using two and a half results. The little brook was going to Things could never be the same be- full train they could only get up half of

: spread thence to the muscular wall of bushels of seed to the acre ; or it can be seek its fortune. It would not waste tween that father and son, as if all their it without the wheels beginning to

: the heart, or whether it has commenced sown broadcast and cultivated in. any more time in idle dreaming ; life life together had been one of kindnessand sjin, and during the rest of the ride so

. .as a pariarterial lesion, is* a matter of BITING HORSES.-Horses have been world was before it; up from the world justice and self-restraint on the much difficulty was experienced and so

little moment, for the ultimate result is successfully cured of this vice by puttinga came' faintly an alluring voice. "I father's side, and loving obedience on much pressure lost that they were

4hesame, viz., diminution of the powerof piece of hard wood an inch.and a half must go," said the little brook. the son's ; but that mutual acknowl- obliged to stop to make steam. This ,I.

: the, heart, and finally asystolism. square in the animal's mouth,about the "Ah, stay I" murmured the green edgment of the truth brought them caused great consumption of fuel, excessive l''

; ;But, granting that no hard and fast line same length as an ordinary snaffle bit. I ferns. "Your mountain home bright nearer together than they had ever been wear of the working parts of j-
fa'ir.
.an be drawn between the two groups, It may be fastened by a thong of :and brought before. the: engine and a rapid destruction of '

: .or even that ultimately it should be I leather passed through two holes in the "Yes, but my visions of the world are I the rails. It so happened that a monthor i I'

f .shown that all lesions of the heart have ends of the wood, and secured to the brighter yet." How Girls Study. two ago the joint of one of the cylin-

x itheir origin in some vascular change, bridle. It must be used in addition, to "Ah, do not go I" said the wild d.-r cocks leaked, and the jet of steam

, -.stil M. Martin thinks that his proposed the bit, but in no way to impede the flowers. "We are sweet. Did you ever see two girls gee to- escaping from it was directed on to the

:' classification might be retained with working of the bit. Rarey adopted this "Yes, but sweeter flowers will gether to study of an evening ? I have, rail, when the engine took the gradient

advantage, as corresponding with un- plan, With the zebra in the zoo, which greet me, if I flow in the path of and.it generally goes like this : withont once slipping. For two days

questionable differences in the etiologyAnd was a terrible brute at biting. Mr. duty." "In 1673 Marquette discovered the they worked without repairing it, and

mode of evolution of these changes. Rareysucceededhoweverin and "The world is too wide and busy," Mississippi. In 1673 Marquette dis- the, locomotive drew all the trains with-

ATROPINE FOR ,EARACHE.-The training him: to harness, and drove him sang the birds. "If you go out into the What did you say, Ide? You had ever out the slightest stoppage. In consequence I! '

Journal that : through the streets of London. Animals world you must work as the world so much rather see the hair coiled than of this experience they altered :
Boston
of Chemistry says works. Stay and we will sing restful braided ? Yes so had I. Its to much
,
its with this vice should be treated -kindly you the cylinder cocks so as to make them
recommends
D. Williams
,; Dr. A. in the stable,'and not abused with pitch- lulling songs." more stylish, and then it looks classical, I discharge directly on to the rails, and
use as follows :-The solution to be "I must work as the world works. too but how do like-O hear I I *
; you ,
etc. apple to the the
handles an when
into the and fork whips they got gradient
. simply dropped painful ear, of bread of beet etc. anda Too long have I rested while my work can never learn this lesson! cocks that
opened
,- E allowed to remain there from ten to fifteen crust a piece were slightly so
;. kind pat, but firm,watchful hand and waited," said the brook. "In 1863 Lafayette discovered the they ascended without difficulty.. This
; minutes. Then it is made to run So it bade the old friends a tearful Wisconsin. In 1863 Lafayette discovered '
' eye, with the use of the above woodenbit new use of steam is a simpler modification
out by turning the head over,then being down the 1 the matter with
good-bye, and sped away the-well what's
will cure the most inveterate biter. of the old idea of washing the rails
,. wiped with a dry rag. The solution The fact that he cannot shut his mouthor mountain. Rippling over mossy stones, with me, anyhow I In sixteen seventy- with a jet of water.
may be warmed to prevent shock. From dawns him under leaning.ferns and brakes, it went three Marquette discovered the Missis .

:three to five drops should be used at a and grip then anything he is soon conquered.upon-Toronto, its way. It lingered still in the woods, sippi. I don't care if he did. I sup- Scraps.The .

time. The strength of the solution no longer the tiny rill it first had been, pose the Mississippi would have gotten j

t .must vary according to the age of the (}lobe. but, swelled by the 'rams, a little along just as well if Marquette had Whitehall Timo-asks : "If Necessity
SUITABLE 1LL E8.-All vegeta- is the mother of invention will
child. Under three one grain to ,
i: years stream. And gay pleasureseekerscame never looked at it. Now, see here, Ide,
the ounce, and over ten years four bles that are grown for their leaves or and encamped on its banks, and L there anything about my looks that I some sharp paragraphist please inform

..grains to the ounce of water. Inadults stems require an abundance of nitrogenous wove themselves garlands from the flow- ; would give you to understand that I us who the father is ?" Why, the husband *

:: / almost any strength may be used. manures, and it is useless to attempt I ers and ferns that grew there, or drank know when Columbus founde4 James- of Mrs. Necessity, of course.

;. All ages will bear a stronger solution in vegetable gardening without it. To this of its cool waters. A little child could town, and how George Washington Isn't this a-parent enough?
:: :the than in the The application class belong cabbage,lettuce, etc. The Of "Circumstances alter cases*."' said a
ear eye. step across it in those days. Still on it won the battle of Shiloh ? course
, should be repeated as often as may be other class' which is grown principallyfor wandered, making music from the there isnt. History's horrible study lawyer to his client after losing his
, few applications its seeds or pods, as beans, peas,etc., Frenchis fourth lawsuit. LCases alter circum-
mecessary. Usually a roughest stone, its channel growing anyhow. No use neither. Now,
\will stop the pain. In acute suppurative does Dot require much manure of this wider each day, till it came to the coun- much nicer. I can introduce French stances," savagely replied the client.

, inflammation of the middle ear,and acute character ; in fact, the plants are In- try the little bird had sung about. phrases very often and one must knowI "By your management of my cases my

; Inflammation of the external meatus, jured by it. It causes too great a There it loved to stay, winding in and have studied the language. What is circumstances have been. nearly min i!

atropine wiH only slightly palliate thesuffering growth of stem and leaf, and the earliness out among the fields. It was the lesson for to-morrow ? 0, yes; conjugation ed." IAn

i} but in the recurring nocturnal a great aim in vegetable growingis spanned by bridges now, and the little of parler. Let's see ; how English paper exultingly exclaims !

. earaches of children it is practically injuriously affected. Mineral ma- village boys sat there and fished while does it commence ? Fe parle, tu parle that the Turks appear t know* how to :

A specific. nures, as wood ashes, bonedust, etc., the younger ones made mud pies upon 11, par-il pa-il-well, il then, make capita use ot their improved I
?! much better for them. For vegetables Recent events induce the belief
';: are don't amount to arms.
oden
'"' the banks, or sailed their little w "Conjugations any-
, requiring rich stable manure it is that they know how to-. use their legs
* Agricultural. r boats, and fond lovers came at twilightto thing. I know some phrases that are ,
i best that they have it well rotted and pluck the bane forget-me-nots. This I appropriate here and there and in most

t !ARK AND GARDEN NOTES. -Clover decayed. Nothing has yet been foundso was pleasant, ah- very pleasant- ,, and. yetit every locality : and how's anybody going too.The newest collar is'called -Safety."

I fhay i@ good for hogs, and the hogs well fitted for the purpose as old could not linger there. It had workto to know but what'I have the conjugations I is so named from the fact that it i II'I I

like it. hotbed drag, though to the smell no do. So it hastened on, and other all by heart ? high enough for a man who wears one
t Choose for hatching the largest trace of ammonia" remains in it.- ? No I'm behind it and hide when
streams flowed into it,- and it grew "Have 1 got my geometry to crawl up ,
and best shaped eggs from the best Gardener' Monthly. strong and deep. At last it reached a just going to study it. Thirty-ninth,.is his wife steps to the office to inquire I

layers. mill. There stood the great wheel, it not? whether be mailed her letters :

, Do not kill the moles. They do not eat Japanese Vegetables. waiting for the force that was to moveit "Let the triangle ABC, triangleA At the French Assembhr 7.157. M. : :

strawberry plants but white grubs, andre utilized by the and the little brook, that once B-say, Ide, have you read about Speaker (aside to member) : "For '

I most numerous where the latter are Among the plants tribe. could scarcely have turned a child's the Jersey Lilly and Freddie ? I thinkit 'heaven's sake finish your speech I I
several of the lily
.. found. Japanese are eaten plaything, now laughed in glee as it is too utterly utter, and Freddie is give a dinner-party to-night. Member
of Littum caZtoswro are I.
An Ohio farmer names the mammoth The bulbs while a whirled the wheel around, and merrily simply gorgeous. I'm completely crush- (aside to Speaker) : "I know it. An-

., pearl as the potato to take the place of of roasted, boiled is also and derived preserved from, them.A dashed in clouds of spray against it. ed on him- other time you'll invite me." i
farina
the peachblow,'against which charges white farina is also derived from That was its last dance. It must move Oh, theorem !tI A printer's devil propounds the fol- !

deterioration are madeT. similar a calmly on now, for it had become a I Let the triangle A B C be right- lowing : "What is the difference be- ;!

B. Terry; of Ohio, says his strawis thebulbsof, Engthroniumgrandijtorum mighty river. On its proud bosom the I angled at B. On the side B C, erect tween.a thirty-dollar-a-week" at :
dog's-tooth
worth $8 atbn to him for feeding pur- near relative of our own of the violet great ships sailed, and cities were built I the square A, I. On the side-did I the case1 and the chief of the Sioux?'* I
nothing
poses and $6 for bedding, he grows large violet (wbich has farina is upon its banks. Still on it flowed, in i I I tell you Sister Carracciola gave me anew Ans.: "One is a bully caet,' and the
This latter
; crops of wheat' 'and never sells any but the name). The dried flowers of slow majestic sweep, till it reached the piece to-day, a sonata? It is really other is a Sitting Bull." t

:straw. called Katabri. boundless ocean. And into that it intense. The toned fairly stir my soul.I When to the door i
graminea are also used by a woman comes
Too much clover hay fed to horsesis muchof HemerocaUi and are a favorite dish of poured its wealth of water. "Useless ? !I am never going to take anything but and calls after her husband "Hen- 1 1

-- injurious; they will eat so the Japanese Lost ?" Nay, little brook. You have sonatas after this. I got another new R-E-E"-finishing the last syllable in Ii

it that that they cannot travel fast the Chinese. seen the world, and you still fulfill your piece, too. Its name is Etudes. Isn'tit captal letters-you may know that
'Without injury. It should always be mission. funny ? I asked Tom this noon 'j
that a she is not in humor.
states yearor a capital
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t feed- California paper -
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had
post that remarks that "some
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: painted with so-called zinc white, Mrs. Sarah Ray, a washerwoman of people are wholly unable to appreciate
been
Our results is nothing in it-the I
there really same
,let:: Dr. Sturtevant says: was noticed to appear black all day, Leadville, and the first female who delicate irony." We have observed j

;" )have thus far given quite conclusiveevidence in the twilight, and white duringthe dared to set foot in the place, has thing over and over."Where this ourselves, particularly in the case :
terminal gray I? 0 side A C
the portion was yes, ,
of
1 r. t: in favor night. On an investigation of this amassed a fortune of$1,000,000 by investing of washerwomen and shirt bosoms. t
far as reflr A E. Draw the line
i of the potato tuber, so singular property-or:the paint,the'cauae her earnings in mining shares:: the square -come Proffered Service : Costennonger (to I
early let's at our astronomy. It's on
f of growth, no, go
i i i-gards certainty and was shown: to, exist Ini.a new metal, Ie r Are the planets inhabited ? swell who has asked.his:way) t "Wen.can't. ,
'sprouting, healthy, vegetation been named, actinum, on direct but .
: which has exactly you, governor;
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'Vigor.As. effects.It Chicago glove
I of. -peculiar actinic barrer I'll :
into drive
if you'll jump
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- soon as the lamb gets zinc ores and resem-- clerks with big hands. It flatters the ,a great '
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encouraged last night.
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.Hodges of Glencoe.was.in town COCOANUT GROVE HOUSE, ck ,

on Monday. He started for his home: on XMAS Lake,Worth, Florida. ,BETWEEN DEALERS IS

the neat,day.Thsteamer. MERRY, Titusville and Salt Lake.
,E. N.. Dimick", Proprietor.: : STAPLE AND FANCY GROCEPJE .
Ibis was delayed an houror JB6TA regular line of conveyances, for

two on Tuesday,morning,'a short dis- ANNUAL HOLIDAY This House is entirely new and newly the transportation of freight and passengers Confectioneries,

tance below here.C. .' OPENING. furnished. It is now open for the accommodation I
,. of tourists. between the above-named places,with Fine Tobaccos and -4
R Carlin has his new boat riggedout
-. e.Fine climate for invalids plentyof safety and dispatch. CIGARS. ..
for sailing. She bids fair to be a
game a short and pleasant walk to the to '.
"THE : Connects with all steamers running
most excellent boat for speed and comfort I I FAIR"Mackenzies. : Ocean beach. ,' CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,

The supply vessels, aUri 1g'the past \ ( .) I! Fish, Green turtle, and all kinds of So\LT L.\KE. LAMPS& FIXTURES,

week, have arri\"edat Cape Canaveral and j -Presents for Old and Young not :. vegetables, good cistern of soft water. For rates enquire of
discharged their stores of oil, provisions forgetting the Babies. Grand display of Washing for guests at House. 24tf E. H. RICE, PnopmETOR.srORTS3IE.'S W O O D K X 1T I X \Y .\ n E.

etc. Dolls, Toys, Games, Masks,Scrap Pictures Rates, SI. O Per Day. Eupom: UlI.

-Merrill:: Miller, of the United stateS Fancy Albums,Stationery Books, Musical, Perfumery Instruments, Hand, Arrangements by the Week or Month. R. v. SCRI3IGEOU11, Meal, Corn

Navy, and Mr. Henry' .Wilkinson, of Paintings, Easels,Frames,, Baskets,Trays, The Sharpie, "Illinois," Naturalist and Taxidermist.Having .
Charleston, were registered at the Titus Pocket Books, Satchels, Trunks, China, got fairly settled in nay new store,
House Tuesday. and Glass sets, Vases, Moustache and making regular trips between Indian River cornel Main street ami Washington avenue, Hay,
on, Shaving Cups, Motto Cups, Toilet articles and Lake Worth will land passengersat I will be pleasetl to show customers thu lol
,Messrs. .Hodges, and Voss opened. Jewelry, Christmas Cards and Tree the House. tf32 lowing lines of goods:
their saloon last Monday morning. It is ornaments, Wall Brackets, Table and BIRDS mounted in great variety. Oats, Etc.
Dissolution Xotlce. ,
their intention.to keep first-class liquors, Stand covers, Velvet frames Majolica Sporting!good of every l.imlfoj"the men that
',, Beads Silk Handkerchiefs, Soaps The firm of W. M. Thomas & Co. is shoot and lt. Oil stoves .
eta 'are. fi a special also agents for
wines, beer,cigars, this day dissolved by mutual consent. ,
Worsteds, Clocks, Pampass Grass Plumes, Paints, Oils, Brushes, Hardware, TableWare '
-rOut: reporter ,dropped, in. at, "THEFAIB.Maclrenzie's Lamps, Smoker's: sets, Embroidered Slip- .W. M. THOMASJ. Pocket Knives etc. Jacob Reeds' Sons,
Razors
etc.lFine. C. SAXDIFORD.; i
) and was actuallycmnned" pers,
Display of Trimmed and Untrimmed We have this day formed a copartner- A choice line of Staple & Fancy Groceries. CLOTHIERS,
at the display of Holiday goods. Bonnets, Feathers, Flowers, ship under the firm name of Sanaiford & ORANGE WINE, Home manufacture .
Notice,Mack's new advertisement this Kid Gloves, Ribbons, LacesScarfs, English all debts due or contracted by Vintage 1882,perfectly pure and of exquisitebouquet. Samples to be seen at store. ,
week. Sashes, Collars and.Fiycltus,Shawls,Mufflers the above firm will be settled by us. Nic Nucs and Curiosities in great NOTIONS
: J. C.SAXDIFORD variety. As of old what you can't flnd in the ,
We are-.pleased. to announce that :Fascinators, Hoop Skirts, Embroideries other stores,call on R.C. S. ami you will be
:M. E. ENGLISH.
Tidies, Infant's Hoods., Jackets, sure to get suited. 9.1 DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS
there will be a grand hop, on New Year's and Borders. I In retiring from the firm of W. M.

night, at the Titus House. We expect ; Thomas& Co. I return my thanks to the A.. L. HATCH, Gents'' QotUnE & FnrnisMm Gooes.

this will be,a grand affair,'one of the most NEW LOT LACE REMNANTS AT IOC. public for their liberal patronage to us March 1st 44 tf,
and ask
a continuance for the new firm DEALER ISGROCERIES
brilliant of the season. .*, of Sandiford &
Our Department of English.W. ROCKLEDGE HOUSE.
E.H. Rice has returned from a tripto M.THOMAS. ,

Chattahoochee.'to which place he carried "QOODIES/5 Titusville Nov. 24th 1883. .
PROVISIONS
Geo. Hendry to the insane .asylum. o For the HOLIDAYS, SANDIFORD. & ENGLISH. Location : Roclledye, Wet shore, Indian

During his absence he had the misfor- is attractive in DRY GOODS, River, Florida.

tune to lose one of his horses. French Confections, Rock NEW CASH STORE, Hardware and General Merchandise, Open from December 1st to

For fine oysters or a good meal go to We are receiving by every boat New CITY POINT FLOUIDA.March May 1st. '
Mackenzie's Cottage Restaurant. Fruit Candy, Candy Goods which we are selling at Rock Rot S. 4\v 45;
for CASH. 'Rock ledge is most beautifully situatedon
cake Christmas cakes and lots of good Toys, Nuts Raisins, Cur- tom prices
S,J.HODGES, OTTO II. VOSS, the famous Indian River, which for
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things. For sale for the Holidays. "For- We l believe in the old adage: "Short Glencoe, Fla. Titusville Flu the .
rants, Citron, beauty of its scenery, the ,variety andquality
settlements make friends" but Cash
long TITUS HOUSE, of its
get me not. .. fruits and the equableness
trades make friends.
-Ournorthen readers who desire information Fancy. Crackers, Prunes, longer Titusville, Indian River, Florida. of its climate, is unequalled in the State.
Jellies &c. Come and see for yourselves. The House, in all its arrangements, i*
of Florida'should the S tTThe above is strictly a "First-Class
peruse strictly first-class, and is reached bv
extensive list of books offered by :Messrs. Last but not least conies the SANDIFORD & ENGLISH.: Hotel, pleasantly situated on Indian steamers on.the St. John's River. -
River, 250 miles South of Jack- .
Ashmead Bros., of Jacksonville, which FIRE CRACKERS."Which November 29. tf 29 yule, Florida.To H. P. WILKINSON, Proprietor. :

appears in tlie'STAn. the Sport:man, Pleasure Seeker and 32tf] J. W. YOUNGER, Manager.

The, mail. route...from.. this place to are just the things to make a C. J. HECTOR, Invalid this House presents attractions
Daytona has been curtailed, by order of noise, IIHardware nowhere else to be found in the South. NEWSPAPER

the Postmaster-General. The route now So buy a few packs to please the boys." and "' Excellent hunting and fishing in the immediate SubHcl'lltlolI'gellc)".
vicil1itPleasure boats
only extends to Fort: Orange, which is NOTE.....:.The above goods are new and for Touri tsahm\:)in attendance The undersigned having opened a
situated about six miles south of Daytona.- special from our general stock which is General Produce .

-Sam Norton, while sailing ,through too numerous and two well-known to The manager assures his Guests all the com. NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCYWill
necessitate enumeration. forts of a home at moderate rates.
Banana Creek 611 Sunday, killed a large MERCHANT, OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. be pleased to receive subscription .

panther,which at,the time was swimmingfrom Je""Look in at Santa Claus' Headquarters OTTO II. VOSS, Proprietor. 0 to any

shorejto shore. Our taxidermist, R. -New Attractions-New Surprises, Melbourne November 10th-I860. ft Florida.47 October 25. 26 tf. Periodical or Newspaper: published.

C. Scrimgeour has it on exhibition. It until Christmas arid continuing into the Opened for the Season.BgfA -o-r- .

weighed,127 pounds. NEW YEAR.A NOR'VOOD'Fast man who.. interested: in his own Save time, trouble and expense by applying '....

-Our next:Florida State Fair opensin genuine Merry Christmas to all, Hack Line welfare will be pleased to know.that. to CHAS. H. NAIDIAN, -"

Jacksonville on the 12th of. February, ANDREW GIBSON Subscription Agent,

and'will continue until the 15th of the and don't forget. "THE FAIR." Keeps the finest oysters: to be found in Haulovcr: ;P. O., Erevan county, Fla.

sane month. Send to Major A. J. Russell I The Cheapest and Most Direct Tit us villc, .

of Jacksonville for premium lists, Tropical House, ROUTE' AND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS J. M. Dixon,

etc. -O- TITUSVILLE, : : FLOUIDA.
-The Jacksonville Herald, of last Fri -0- ToTltUn.Jllealld! Indian Iliver.CARRYING Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. Dealer in

day says that the trade. recently made ROCKLEDGE, THE U. S. MAIL. Biter's Bread always on hand. Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,

between Rockwell' & Woodall and the Indian River Florida. Also a first-class Barber shop attached Fancy and Toilet Articles.

of the Dummitt Grove for this Mi-alsat all hours; from; a. m.to 11 p.m.
manager S. [RYDER THREE trips weekly between the ST. Parties deslrng to leave on morning mail Perfumery Dye-str s, Paints Oils
year's orange crop has been 'annulled, JOHNS and INDIAN RIVERS. boats and hacks will please note this. ,

there being some dissatisfaction manifted eyOwner and Proprietor. Leaves Enterprise EVERY Monday Wednesday AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST, Varnishes kept by brushes a first-class;&almost Drug House.everything

on.the part of the company owningthe This House is-centraU.locatcd-0- Rock- and Friday Morning, arriving at As Good as the Host Any drug, medicine or instrument -
grove.L. Titusville the SAME day. needed bv customers
ledge in, the far-famed Indian River region If you are in want of anything in the and not on hand will be ordered.
Carlile has completed the road .
of,Florida and possesses all the advantages Ret1.l.rningI.eaves Tinware line call on "Prescriptions carefully compounded
running from James Pritchard's, south'of of Climate, Health and Pleasure Titusville EVERY Tuesday Thursday night or day with accuracy and dispatch J
the Delespine' Grant line, to the road F. C. Allen by; competent
of this newly developed region of Florida. and Saturday morning arriving at persons. Jy36
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leading from Hiram Hall's to the Capron- Enterprise In the evening.-Address Georgiana, : Florida. .
Salt Water, Boating, Fishing, Oysters, : THE SLOOP AGNES
trail so that traveling the road 1
persons W. S. Norwood .
Shore ,
Hunting, Rocky Superb Scenery, -o-- f
can through a distance of 8| miles commanded bye
pass TITUSVILLE
FLORIDA.
together with the finest Oranges,Bananas, If wh:1t'ou want is not in stock h CAPTAIN JOHN
only miles to be MCLEAN
leaving II mpleted to ,
and Guavas of the will make it for before
Pine-apples are some you you leave.A Slakes
connect the road _with the City Point JAS. PRITCHARD & CO. regular trips on Indian River.
advantages.to be found in this favored stock of first-class ware always:; on SHE CARRIES
and A FULL SUPPLY OF 1
Rockledgecnd.We locality. OFFER :FOR SALE : hand. Repairing done on short notice r
} having been appointed agent for November 1st 1883. 6m 27 Groceries,Dry Goods,
j
RATES PER DAY. Business Residence Lots
the sale of the well known Bowker and $2.50 Canned Goods,

Stockbridge Orange tree fertilizer and Arrangements made by the Week or Month. and Dwellings in Cottage FOR Restaurant LADIES AND& Rca GENTS.ilg Ron, Hats, Boots and Shoes, ;

vegetable manure, we call our read r's November SthltSS. 2S 6m Ladies' Shoes in great variety; Prints all

attention to the ,new advertisement on TITUSVILLE.Also (Parkinson Place.) new patterns at low prices.
Established 1878. BgUMotto: Cleanliness and Good Fare.
i our sixth page. These fertilizer's are soldat Unimproved Lots In 32 C. W. Mackenzie.Stereoscope ; Ready-made Clothing, Toilet !Articles
quite a reduction from last season'sprices
0 -O XOTIOXS. ;
and are shipped in barrels thus Be it known to the: people Indian River City.: Views. #*-For the cash onhttga j

precluding any waste during their trans of Indian River and vicinity $r T Have a large list of CHOICE SUN PRINTS OF TROPICAL FLA. March 15,-II; Gut.PIONEER. ,

portation. Parties desiring to purchase that Furnished to all who apply to

should write us for particulars, etc. O --U Orange Groves SPENCER & ARMOUR COOPERAGE. .;
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.*'.'. S. RYDER Jupiter Light House, Florida. Syrup Barrels $2.50.

Hotel Arrivals. ON HIGH HAMMOCK & FIRST-CLAS S. &View of Yachting parties made to Caused to order ten cents extra. 1
For the week ending Tuesday Dec o \ order.
27yl
has returned from C.
O. B.
again
11th 1883. PINE LANDS
j
New fork; and offers to the
, TITUS HO' EE. public the -Which we% are offering at- FOR INDIAN RIVER: Honey Barrels, and Oval Water ;
Clayton H Garvey, A Canova, L A 0Largest I} '1
Hdckledge: Line. BreakersFrom
Thomas Jr, Miss Emily
and Miss Thomas, Frankfort Ky. ; H T and Most Complete Assortment t BOTTOM PRICES. The Steamer, "ASTATULA," : : 30.00 : Up J

Rockwell, Jacksonville; :T H Robin-son, Will leave Sanford rind Enterprise every Tanks
Macon Ga.: August Hars, Indian River; J : ( PINE-APPLE LANDS, M011tlt}"anti Thursday morning at!9 tm.. for .
of in the county, consisting Lake Poiiuctt Lan.lin-connecting with and all kind of COOPER j
M E English, City; T F Bell, schooner goods and wagons for hacks WORK to order.
First At Low Rocklwlge and
Quality points Indian
Pinafore; S J Hodges, Glencoe Fla. ; H ofGENERAL .. Figures. River. touts at llocklodge for all on land:- T. JOHNSON
S Adams, R J McCarthy, Oak Hill Fla. } Several Large Tracts Of ings on Indian River,antI Lake Worth.RETURNING LaGrange. :
Merrill Miller, U 3 Navy; Henry Wilkinson MERCHANDISE, ; Florida.
S C E C Dearborn I HEAVY HAMMOCK Will leave the
Charleston ; LANDS. Landing at Lake Poinsett ev I"LUMBER
Helena M T;'L J Kirkham,Jacksonville O ; j-O connection cry Tuesday ami Friday ami1 at 4 .m.making close !
of I. well at Sanford Enterprise Will be
description. adapted to with furnished
LUND HOUSE.S every dally line of steamers for Jacksonville to order on short notice
Preston, Traverse City Mich; 0 TRice not necessary kinds to quote prices but Sugar cane,Bananas and Early vegetables points north and west by rail. and all at SIS.OO per thousand.
C D Case Fisher Whim or name of goods, Capt. Joe Smith, Manager.E. LUMBER
City; whatever &
want callor l SHINGLESAlways
: you may Also Lands
unimproved in all sec B.
T Johnson, A ,Brady, LaGrange, Fla. ; send to VANDEMAN, agent at Sanford.
M S Jones,C H Garvey, Wm Jarvis, 0- tions of the Note:Take the Saturday and Tuesday steam on hand.
Rockledge, Fla. M 0 Burnham, Canaveral county. tatma-er from Jacksonville to connect with the As. C. MAGRUDER & CO. '

Flal: Geo Damon, Malabar, Fla. :M S. Ryder's, [RockledgeNo Parties having money to purchase mortgages 29 em

Black, Georgiaha, Fla.:G W Idner, Melbourne trouble to show goods. Kind attention will find safe investments on undoubted c. H. REDDINC, j., LTJMBE R l.

Paxton,,Fla.Interlachen J W Smith,Fla.For ., Kansas; Ed to all and one price. Go to the old stand at security PUREST g BEST GARDEN SEEDS! Will be furnished to order on short notice ;
RocUcdge and u for don'taee'tChat at 818.00
yourself. If
you per thosand.
c... -- Selected by a practical Southern Dressed lum ;
Sale. you want ask for it. Seed Crower, and keeps ber from$20.00 to 824.00 thousaud. )
Real Estate placed in our hands for sale only such per
4 The Sloop Yacht Rose. Enquire of S. RYDER exchange, or to let, will receive prompt Seeds as are adapted to the Southern LUMBER & SHINGLES !
States.
Will take
Otto Voss Titus House. attention. stamp when always '
on hand.
TItusYffle Fla. Nov.. 29. 1883. 4w .28m3.] ROCKLEDGE, FLORIDA.f Titusville,May. Zit 1883 4 tie ordering time. Write lessthan for Catalogue." .00 Worth'at. PM.. FISHER.



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ONE.VIBW OF MARRIAGE. I After Two Centuries and a Half. on one of his nock, a lady, who was fee How Marbles are Made. of the same substance could be swallowed ..

ble and rather desponding. When asked 'only under the protest of
the
billiard, beer andNerer Few more: unlikely repositories of a
1 mtut/ive p Jy. my Marbles are known from the Latin
'CI love token, or tender pledge of the affections very tenderly about herself, _her reply fauces, and the digestive organs would
"
think abort m&t Deet.races or bars. themselves waa,- "Weak-oh very weak I" ,And word "mannor ; by which similar soon find means to eject it. The bronchial
would
suggest one
,and make toy .0011 income in none man- playthings were known to the boys ofRojne
oerdo.TolorsUh would -say'to even the most inquisitive then she added, that she had been that tubes promptly react against the

food, clothing et cetr&:for two. .collector of such relics than let us day much troubled in mind because she two thousand years ago. Some obtrusion of foreign substances. The
The girl may be pretty and loving grant- marbles are made of potters' clay and
foundation had found it impossible to govern her sting of an insect causes an involuntary
sad cowl the
Perhapt the eaneook..but,more likely she ; a chimney. or
can't stone of aa Asylum for Incurable Tri- thoughts in meditation and prayer, so baked in an oven just like earthenwareis twitching of the epidermis. If a thorn

She may,P% the piano for "all that its much so, that "She had kept going over baked, but most of them are made of or splinter fastens itself under the skin,

But a*worth for, her'w.laiDg-why.heavens and .be-towed and. oter the same thing again and again. a hard kind of stone found-in Saxony, suppuration prepares the way for its

earth I : too-secretive lover has recently been "My dear friend," replied the pastor, Germany. Marbles are manufactured removal. If the stomach is overloaded
No naimge fcr AM, H'. too' much'of a in numbers and sent to all partsof
MwD: discovered in-a locality far more wildly 'there is provision in the gospel for you I great with food it revo'ts against further in-

I think 1 am far better off AI I am- improbable than either of those indicated here.< Our Lord. Jesus Christ when the world, and even to China: for gestion.

Avonxx n%"'. his soul was exceedingly sorrowful I the use of the Chinese children. The
above. A few weeks ago, upon the ? These automatic agencies of the
organism -
Tim: weary of bachelor i life. I declare three times and the stone is broken up with a hammer into
farm of Siam Evans near Bethel prayed, spoke same suffice to
Of a Kttl tall bedroom and boarding-bouse one generally counteractthe
fare;: oak tree three feet six words." In a moment her face was little square pieces, which are thenground
Oregon, (Eng.),an disturbing cause, and the sensory
Ko pleasant oompsnk ODShip,notlJng at all; lightened Her trouble was round in a mill. The mill has a
I long for a home be it ever so email1j! j inches in diameter, wasfelled, andsawn up. gone. symptoms accompanying the process of
fixed slab of stone with its surface full
For a home and a wife who u cheerful and up] into planks. One of these in due In similar circumstances, Dr. Stoughton i reconstruction constitute merely a plea-
bright.If .' of London entered the of of grooves or furrows. Above this a flat 1
room
one
found its to a carpenter'sshop The
course way for non-interference.
"union isetteugth,4 why, notions are suppurating
my sinking under pulmonary disease. "floware block of oak wood, of the same size as i
right. where it attracted attention by tissues push the thorn outward, and resent -
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My wages. are until but I think they willdo. an odd-looking branch-like knot traversing you feeling to day 2" -eak-ch, the stone is made to turn rapidly only pressure in the opposite direc

weak !1" He around, and while turning, little streamsof
so looked at her
With a little economy,nicely for two. its substance. This knot, excised very tion. The eye volunteers to rid itself
I've rav eyes xm a girl and I'll ask her- from the plank out of sheer curiosity pale, sad face, and with half a smile on water run in the grooves and keep of sand dust, but remonstrates against
that*fiat. his own face repeated the first two the mill from getting too hot. About
So off with my.lippen,and ho for my hat! by one of the workmen, proved friction. The rum-soaked system or
lines of a hymn well-known to J?er : one hundred of the square pieces of
I to be a hollow peg or yew, containing a the toper undertakes to eliminate the

Beauty and Extravagance. lock of bright red hair, to which, as the "When I am weak, then I am strong; stone are put into the grooves at oner, poison, and only asks that the consequences
and in a few minutes are made round
Grace is shield and Christ
objects"in amber" referred to by Popein my my song. of the outrage be not aggravated -

Do women look prettier for all this his epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot, were The effect was remarkable. Her and polished by the wooden block. by its repetition. But if that pled
China and white marbles also
are
increased expenditure Oldish men pecularly applicable the lines : "The countenace changed, lighted up with a remains unheeded, it finally takes the
make the round rollers which
say, "Ah, there are no pretty girls now, things, we know, are neither rick nor gladness that never left it, but shone used to form of the emphatic protest called J j-

such as there were when" I was a young rare, but wonder how the.devil they from it even in death. have delighted the hearts of the boys of ease. For, even in its urgent manifestations -

fellow." Young men say, "What got there 1" Further investigation "I am useless now-quite laid aside," all nations for hundreds of years. :Marbles the reaction against violation
,
guys women made of themselves before demonstrated that a hole had been bor- said a devoted Christian man in a time thus made are known to the, ,"**" of nature's health-laws, it is a cry ;tor

the: present: style of dress' came in." ed'into the trunk .of the oak tree withan of sickness to a friend who came hopingto as "Chinas" or "alleys." Real chinasare rather than a petition for active
peace
The truth 'is, probably, that a pretty inch auger, and that the plug of yew speak a word in season. The sick. made of porcelain clay, and bated assistance in the form of medication.

woman: charms in any dress, not becauseof freighted: with love's gift, had been man was calm and patient. The wordsof like chinaware or other pottery. Some Accustom yourself in all your little

it but frequently spite of it whilea his friend of them have a pearly glaze, and some
; driven into the aperture thus preparedfor however, seemed to aid and aches Dr.
pains says Jennings ,
plain woman is often enough stylish in him in till in of them are painted: various colors ,
its reception. In the course of time no way, going away, he "and also in and more dis-
your grave
her get-up, taking especial trouble to be the wound inflicted upon the tree had said with true feeling, "You think you that will not rub off, because thty are tressing affections to regard the
movement -
perfectly correct in details since she healed over the plug so effectually that lie there useless ; but the sight of you, baked in, just as the pictures on platesand concerned in them in a friendly

cannot hope successfully to compete in the portion of the trunk under which to-day, has taught me what will send other tableware. aspect-designed for and tending to the
point of looks. ''Extravagance, then, is with faith and Glass marbles are known as "agates."
.the ruddy lock lay concealed exhibitedno .me on my way stronger removal of a difficulty of whose exis-
by no means necessary to the'setting off fewer than two hundred and fifty confidence." The idea of Laving helped They are both made of clear and coloiedglass.

of beauty, and aa for the "common excuse rings," each one representing a year'sJt'Owth another at once touched a chord in the The former are made by takingup tence you were before unaware, and
which if suffered
to remain and
that lavish expenditure good, for of the brave old oak, chosenA. heart of the sick believer who was left a little melted glass-upon the end of ac-
cummulate the
might destruction
trade, it furnishes a knife that cuts both D. 1632 by some careful swain as in his chamber with his cup brimmingover. an iron rod, and making it round by of the house prove live in-and -
you that
it into iron mould which
dropping
ways. an ,
,If expenses increase in one direction the liidi 1g-place of his mistress's ring- : shapes it, or by whirling it around the instead of its needing to be cured,' it
The of
let.
difficulty keeping a secret Home Economies. is itself curative
they must necessarily be limited in head until the glass is made into a little a operation ; and that
forever has seldom been
more quaintly i
,another; and_if one set of tradesmen illustrated than by the accident that Copperas mixed with whitewash upon ball. Sometimes the figure of a dog or what should be called disease lies back

get the Benjamin of man'sincome a squirrelor a kitten or some other ob of the symptoms which, in fact, are-
portion a this heart of oak has been compelled to the cellar walls keeps vermin away. made for the
wife and ject is placed the end of the rod and L express purpose of removing -
on
(through: daughters), ,
yield up its charge after preserving it Drain pipes and all places that are the real disorder "
some other sets obtain less than they when it is dipped in the melted gUss or difficulty.
so rigorously throughout two centuriesand sour or impure may be cleansed willilime ..
otherwise, would. There :were of a half. water, copperas water or carbolic the glass flows all around it, and when .1I

course, extravagant women in the days the marble is done the animal can be

of crinoline and back chair, but their Religious Sentiment. acid.Good fires should be kept up during seen shut up in it. Colored glass mar-I I Snakes as Family Pets.

very extravagance would now almost house cleaning time, even though the tiles are made by holding a -

be considered as economy. As compared %When there is alarm lest the foun doors and windows be kept open. glass rods in the fire until they melt, i f The following interesting observation

with the powers'of spending moneyof dations will be shaken, because old then the workman twists them round
Excellent shampoo is made of salts of on the intelligence of snakes shows,.not
a woman: of to-day, it was"as moonlight traditional.views are proved incorrect, into a ball or presses them in a mould, I
tartar, white castle soap, bay rum and only that these animals? ; are well able to
unto. sunlight and as water unto it is wise to listen to the words of those so that when done the marble is marked.
lukewarm water. The salts will remove distinguish persons, but also that they
wine." With all these blue, yellow and who have earned a right to speak. with bands or ribbons of color. Real
all dandruff, the soap will soften the possess an intensity of amiable emotion
scarlet ribbons for temperance in drink.will "To me," says Prof. James D. Dana, agates, which are the nicest of all mare
hair and clean it thoroughly, and th scarcely to be expected in this class. A
no one start a white ribbon for "the first chapter of Genesis is greatly bles, are made in Germany, out of theI
bay rum will prevent taking cold. writer to the London Tiww thus describes -
temperance in costume ? 'It might be at illumined by the revelations which science I stone called agate. The workmen chip the
: behavior
first difficult ,to obtain recruits, buthere t has made. 1 see nothing in mod The reason why cabbage emits sucha : the pieces of agate nearly round with. kept of some pet snakes
by a gentleman and a lady of his-
certainly are a few women of ern developments to shake my faith in disagreeable smell when boiling is i hammers, and then grind- them round ,, acquaintance

England who have been sjecretly hopingfor its inspired announcement rightly interpreted because the process dissolves the essen and smooth on grindstones. :

backward tial oil The water should be changed "Mr. ,!M: -,after we had talked for
a tide hi the flow of present : or in any of the essentialtruths ,

extravagance, and who would taught in the Bible.-Go Men when the cabbage is half cooked, and Scientific a little time, asked if I had any fear of

gladly hail the initiation of far different IMe."I. it will thus acquire greater sweetness. snakes ;rind after a timid So,not very,*

state of things-a reaction in favor. of AM WKOXG."-Let any one try To extract ink from cotton, silk or A SURE REMEDY FOR A }FELON. from me,'he produced out of a cupboard

simplicity and a purer taste. it, and he will find that so say in earnest woolen goods, dip the spots in spirits of Take a pint of common soft and a large boa-constrictor, a pbython and
soap,
Of Charlotte ex-Empress of Mexican o "I asp wrong," is the most difficult turpentine and let remain for severalhours stir in air-slacked lime till it is of the several:]mall snakes, which at once

exchange says: "Her splendid black speech he can make. And yet, it ; then rub thoroughly betweenthe consistency of glazier's putty. Make made themselves at home on the writ-

hair has 'whitened, but her health is is the noblest of all. Very often, indeed hands, and it will all disappear leather thimble fill it with this a ing table, among pens,.ink and books.
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good, and she has recovered from the it is true that any one of us, and without changing either the color or and insert the finger therein composition ana d I was at first a good deal startled,especially -

attack of madness which followed her it always shows that we know our texture of the fabric. cure is certain. i when the two large snakes coiled

being,told of the execution of Maxim- selves. It is the only possible road to A bottle of aqua ammonia is invaluable IMPROVED: MORTAR. I round and round my friend,and feegan
Sawdust I
it
lian. She is very fond of music, spend take to produce an amendment of life to the housekeeper. A spoonful said by isw>notice me with their bright eyes and forked -
some one to be better than hair
ing many hours in playing duets with No man can reform while under the put in the iron pans and kettles i in in j. tongues; but finding how tame they
protecting
rough cast from
one of her ladies of honor, and also conviction that his deeds were virtu which meat and vegetables have been and peeling j werejl ceased to feel frightened. After
scaling under the influences
of
shows much interest in her cooked will all and frost a short time Mr. Mexpressed wish
garden. ous rather than vicious. It is only a remove grease, make and weather. The a
sawdust should be
When the weather is fine she walks a conscious sinner that can become a penitent the cleansing of these a very easy opera first dried and then to call Mrs.-,and left me with the boa
thoroughly sifted
great deal in the park surrounding her one. The proofs around us and tion. One of the best washing fluids is in order to remove the : deposited on an arm chair. I felt little
coarser particles.mixture .
Chateau .de Vouchant, and plays witha within us that we err, are as manifold made by mixing equal parts of turpentine A is then made of two 1 queer when the animal began gradually

dog which the Queen of the Belgiansone as the variety of ways that proof can and ammonia. This fluid. makes: sawdust five parts to come near, but the entrance of my hoot
parts sharp sand and
day 'rescued from some boys who be made. To acknowledge is the first rubbing almost unnecessary, while it part cement which one and hostess, followed by two charming
should be thoroughly
were tormenting it, and gave it to her and most necessary step; to amend whitens .the clothes without rotting stirred little children, put me at my ease again.
together and then incorporated
sister-in-law." will follow as effeet follows cause. them. House plants are very much After the_first interchange of civilities,
with
two
parts of lime.
The prayers offered confessing our sinsare stimulated by giving them water which she and the children went at once to
Too Much A paste of
Sleep. equal parts of sifted ashes
f innumerable, but God alone knowshow contains a small quantity of ammonia. clay and salt and a little water cements, the boa, and, calling it by the most endearing -

The effects of too much sleep are not few confessions are made in., the Two spoonfuls to a quart of water are cracks in stoves and ovens. names, allowed it to twine itself

leas signal than those arising ,from its heart. sufficient.. In the most gracefully round about them. I
opinion of the
Scientific Amer-
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privation. The whole nervous system. SILENCE.-Silence has a kindly in Idleness. iran there is a possibility that the sat for a long time, lost in wonder .at

becomes blunted, so,that the muscular fluence:when rightly used. "What.,an comet of 1812 wonderful the picture before me. Two beautiful
may.make its
energy is enfeebled and the sensationsand incalculable portion of domestic strife Jane Rice was a very idle girl ; she before the year closes. reappearance girls and their charming mother sat

moral intellectual manifestations and dissension might have been pre liked to spend all her time at play. More than twelve mouths before me with a boa-censtrictor (as

are obtunded. All the bad effects of ,vented. How often thequarrel, which, One day, as she went to school, she clock was started at ago,Brussels.a perpetual thick as a small tree) twining playfully

inaction become' developed ; the memory by mutual aggravation, has perhaps saw a little bee among the flowers An up draught is obtained in or'' round the lady's waist and neck and
a tube
'. is impaired, the powers of Imagination terminated in bloodshed, might havebeen Pretty bee," said she, "come and shaft by exposing it to the sun this forming a kind of turban round her

are dormant, and the. mind falls checked in its commencement bya pia with me." draught turns a fan which ; head, expecting to be petted and made

': into a kind of heptitude, chiefly becausethe well timed and judicious silence No," said the bee "I have no time the weight of the clock, until winds it up : much of like a kitten. The children,
reachesthe
functions of the intellect are not Those persons only who have experienced to play with you, I must haste away to top, when it actuates over and over again, took its htad in
a brake that
!. sufficiently exerted, when sleep is too it are aware of the beneficialeffects get honey for my hive. Soon the win stops the fan, but leaves it free to their hands and kissed its mouth,

prolonged or too often repeated. To of that forbearance,which to the ter will come, and the flowers be gone, again after the weight has start pushing aside its forked tongue in doing

sleep,much is not necessarily to be a exasperating threat, the malicious so I must work while the sun shines." little. This clock gone down a so. The animal seemed much pleased,

good sleeper. Generally they are the sneer, or the unjustly imputed culpability Then Jane saw a dog in the field, and time in June, after was running keeping good ; but kept turning its head continually
continuously
poorest sleepers who remain longest in shallans\\.er never a word. And tried to get him to play with her ; but for nine months. toward me with a curious gaze, until

bed; "t.;, they awaken less refreshed there are not wanting instances were he only wagged his tail %nd ran off, as How THE HUMAN ORGANISM I allowed it to nestle its head a moment

than if the time of rising were earlier the reputation, the fortune, the happiness i he had to mind the sheep. ITSELF.-The organism PROTECTS up my sleeve. Nothing could be

by-an hour or tWo 'We commend this nay, the life of a fellow-creature After this Jane saw some birds in a human body is of the prettier than to lee this splendid serpent

to those who cry. "a little ,more sleep might be preserved by a charitable silence .tree, and tried to get them to play with ratus. ,Every interruption self-regulating appar- coiled all around Mrs. Mwhile she
of.
r and a little more slumber." either by the suppression of some her, but they had no.time to play; they functions excites its normal : moved about. the room and when she
reaction
& ,condemning circumstances, or by refusing were busy picking up straws to make the disturbing against stood to pour out our coffee. He seemedto
cause. If
.The judge the other morning asked a to unite in the all their had a grain to adjust his
defamatory e nest, so no time to waste. caustic potash irritates weight nicely, and every

prisoner, charged with' 'drunkennesswhat gatio s., In silence, too, there is safety "Well, well !I" said Jane .Rice, "it the palate the(: the nerves of coil with its beautiful marking was

lie intended to .do. .He replied, always. I salivary glands try to relieved by the of
seems am the only one idle; so I will remove it by an increased black velvet dress

frankly, that he ."wasn't his own boss COMFORT IN Slc ESS.-A minister i hurry on to school, and try to learn my The eye would wash it off secretion the lady. It was long before I
this by
morning.'. ,'1,, .,. in Dublin, .some years ago, made a call]1 lessons." ate flow of tears. A: larger an quantity imm ecould visit. make up my mind to end the

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"" Gentlemanly, Joe. ,I any in this room not, such, though, Smith pursued his hopeless' suit with I that,we only caught a glimpse of a flash and the roof still rose above them like a

ti That was the'name-by which he, was maybe not on*of YOU has seen a belted a vigor which astonished us. During of lights and a cluster of bearded- helmeted Jack island in a sea of fire. There was
hurl give 'your' father one in the short business hours he lived iu a sort of daydreams heads it ''
known in the M1ring-b us of Ducat, suspended,, as, were, in Miss Cissy's window dark and unopened
ribs and boiler out,.'You're a deep old musing upon his perch like the darkness. ,
Gulden &' Ducat; or at least in that though the woodwork around it was in
branch of it which did a thriving business scoundrel, Smith,. and one as knows I some cogitative.fowl, ,and't'ting" into At'first we ran languidly,jogging along a glow. There was no sign of the flut-
:
in, the great commercial city of how many beans makes five I j endless trouble over his accounts, while with many other.'people'wbo'were: hurrying ter of a female dress. 'How terrible it

Birchespool.- It did. not, require'morethaii In spite of all these peculiarities we: every evening found him interfering toward the same goal. Then, as was to stand and wait for the end, powerless -

five' minutes' acquaintance, how--, learned not only'.t tolerate '..the'Gentle- with. Welstead's tete-a-tete at we came into a quarter of the town which to stretch out a saving hand.
man, but even to like him. Indeed, the high corner house in' Eldon we knew well, we almost involuntarily Poor Welstead leaned sob-.
to inform the uninitiated that the against me,
;every complimentary epithet, ,wasbestowed r we hardly knew how strong this feelingwas stieet. At last the crash came. There: was quickened our pace, until tearing rounda bing like a child. A ghastly longing.
apparently until, he betook himself into the no need to ask what had happened when familiar, corner at
'_ rather from a keen sense of racing speed, we came into my,heart that I might see
on, the part of his five fellow- country on a fortnight's leave,carrying little Joe slunk quietly into the office one pulled, up and gazed silently into ,each flames in that room, that I might knowit
humor account of with him ,ulster, eye-glass,. ring and morning' with disheveled hair, melancholy ,other's pale faces. There, not a hun- to be all over, and her pain and trouble -.
clerks than on -
any exceptional everything else which was calculated to face; and eyes bleared with the dred ,yards from us, stood the high at an end. Then'I heard the crashof
claims to blue blood in the case of J ,
Smith. himself., Even the impress 'the rustics and stamp him as wakefulnes of a restless night. We house' on Eldon street-'the house tinder glass falling outward, and I bent my

:= :Mr. Joseph customer whose of the natural. associate of the "belted never learned the particulars of his dis- whose hospitable roof we had spentso head to avoid, seeing the very thing,that ,1

'fi :casual limited to watching knowledge his self- hurl He left quite a vacancy behind missal. Suffice it that he was informed many, happy''hourswith the red I had wished for.; and then there, broke--
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t Joe was smirk and enormous watch- him. There was a dead level of equality once and forever that a gap which there flames licking round the whole lower upon my ear,a shout from- ten thousand:

: satisfied about the five of.IS which deprivedlife was no crossing Jay between :Miss Cissy story, and, spurting out ,of every chink voices, so wildly exultant and madly-
'f the ther side of the
: guard'at shining :I of all its piquancy. Even Wai-1 i'i. :Xewsome and himself.; He bore up and crevice, while a dense pall of smoke jubilant that I never, hope to hear the. !
i Mahogany desk, or admiring- the emphasis -,. stead, who had disliked him from the I bravely,' and 'tried to hug his sorrow to obscured the upper windows and the like again. ,
with which he utilized his moil ;,
first, was fain to confess that he was his heart, to hide it from the vulgar gaze ; roof Welstead 'and'I looked up. Balanced
( ened thumb in overcoming the grega- good fun, and that he wished him back. I of mankind, but'he became an altered We dashed through the crowd together i upon the narrow ledge outside the win- .

T f iousleavesof his ledger, must have been After all, if his laugh was obtrusive it I man. What had, been, but a passing and fought our way to.the clear dow 'I had. been watching,, there was

struck by the 'mieappropriate epithet. was hearty. and his quaint, vulgar face fancy with, us had taken root in his space on, which the firemen were con standing-a man, framed as it were in I
i: To us, however, who had, so to say sat had sincerity and good, nature stampedupon very soul ,and grown there, so that I I necting their hose As we reached*I fire. His clothes. ,were. hanging around

! at bis feet and marvelled at the war off every line of it. It was with un- he, who ,had hardly known when it was them. a half-naked" man, ,bare-f- 'ted. him as a few tattered, charred rags

: 'independence which he was carrying on affected pleasure that we heard a loud planted'was now unable ,to wrench it and disheveled' was pleading with' :,th8 and his very hair was in a blaze. The-

I against the Queen's English-a guerilla view-halloa in the street one morning out. A The ordeal he had gone through superintendent, clutching frantically at draught caused by knocking out ,the

warfare consisting in attacks upon just after the opening of the doors, and chastened him, to a great extent, from I his, arm. and pointing;up' to the dark;1 window had encouraged: flames, so-
i aspirates, and the cutting off of straggling saw our friend swaggering in, more his vulgarity by toning down his natural clouds above him, :already rent;; .with.,1 j that a lurid curtain hung behind him,.

g's-to us our fanciful sobriquet ugly, more dressy, and, if possible, more spirits,'''''and<< though, he. occasionally jagged_streaks of,ascending, flame., ;' while the ground was fully seventy feet
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I was a joke of the first water. If anything vulgar than before. ventured upon a "Haw haw !1" it was "Too short I" he screamed in a voice below. Yet there, on the thin: slip of

I could have,enchanced our enjoyment Newsome, our bank manager, was an painfully artificial, and a good deal which we were horrified to recognize as stone, with eternity on each side of him,.

I of it, it was the innocent gravity excellent fellow, and on the best terms more suggestive of a dirge than of that of Mr. X ewsome. "It can't be- stood Joe Smith, the uncouth and un-

with which our companion accepted the with all of us. As we were all single merriment. The worst feature of the it musn't be There are more escapes grammatical, tying two sheets together

doubtful title, and, after o Ie feeble remonstrance men, with a very limited circle of I case was that every week increased the than one. Oh, man, man, she is burn while women sobbed below

adopted it forever as his friends in Birchespool, he kindly gave gloom which hung over him. We beganto ing-choking-suffocating 1 Do some- and men' shouted and every l hand
own prerogative and right. suspect that our estimate of him had was raised to bless him. He staggeredand
us the run of his house, and it was sel- thing 1 Save her My child-my
The circumstances of that remonstrance dom that a week passed without our enjoying been a superficial one, and that there beautiful: child-the only one I have I" disappeared so suddenly that we-
deserve to be recorded. Before in the little man's soul feared he had ,fallen but he back
were depths
a musical evening there, windingup In the agony of hiS fear he fell at the was
the arrival of :Mr. Joseph Smith from with one of the choice little suppersfor of whose existence we had been fireman's feet and implored his assist- again in an instant, not alone this time,,

II the paternal training-stables-his father which Mrs.'Newsome' celebrated. ignorant. ance.I for the girl he had come to save was

ff was a successful sporting tout who had On these occasions, since distinc- Four months had passed away. was paralyzed by the horror of the slung over his shoulder The brave
. developed into a trd.ner-our office had fellow seemed to have doubts of.
: tions would be invidious, Gentlemanly Xeneof us had changed much during thing. The situation was apparent at a the
J.. been a particularly aristocratic one. Joe used to be present in all his glory, that time, with the exception of the glance. There, seen dimly through the strength of his impromptu rope, for he-

Welstead, onr senior clerk, was a fine, with .a very large white, frilled shirtfront Gentleman. We saw little of him smoke, was Cissy Newsoiue's window, rested his own weight upon the nearly

handsome young fellow of twenty-six, and another vitreous fragment except in office hours. Where he spent while beneath it, separated by a broad red-hot water-pipe during those twelve

who came of a good Scocth strain, and sparkling gloomily in the middle of it. the rest of the day was a mystery. expanse of wall, was the head of the perilous feet, supporting Miss Newsonro

was occasionally understood to make This, with a watch chain which reminded Once I met him late at night in the fire escape. It was too short, 'by a by the arm which clutched the sheet..

., dark allusions concerning the extinct one of,the chain cable of a schooner, docks, stumbling along ring-bolts and good twelve feet. The whole lower Slowly, very slowly, they descended,,

Earldom of Stirling; Dullan and Moreby was his sole attempt at ornamentation, chains, careless of the fact that a tripor story was one seething mass of fire, so but at last his feet touched the topmost
were Oxford men well connected and send him into that there seemed of rung of the escape. Was it a dream-
I for, as he used to say, "it ain't good slip might eternity. no possibility approach -
well read ; little Sparkins was the son form to show you're richer than your Another time I saw a cloaked figure from that direction. A horrible that I heard a voice above him say,.

J of a High Church clergyman ;and I had neighbors, even if you are. Too much lurking in the shadow beside the housein feeling of impotence came over me. "Hall right, missy," before a burst of :

I some of the best blood of Wales in my like a Sheeny, don't you know ?" Eldon street, which fled round the There was no sign of movement at the cheering rang out which drowned every

I veins. No wonder, then, that our dignity Joe was an endless source of amusement I corner on my approach. His naturally .young lady's window, ,though crawling other sound.
was hurt by the appearance of a to Cissy Newsome mischievous, unhealthy complexion had become so I trails of flame had climbed up to it and Miss Cissy, more frightened than
hurt; was delivered into her half-
loudly-dressed, scorbutic-looking youth, dark-eyed brunette of eighteen, the sole : cadaverous, that the sandy eyebrowsand festooned it round with their red gar- over
= with horse-shoe pin and a nectie suggestive child of the manager. We had all fallenin moustache stood out quite dark lands. I remember hoping in my heart distracted father's care, while I helpedto
lift Gentleman Joe from the I
of spectrum analysis upon the i ery : love with Cissy at one time or an- against it. His clothes hung loosely on that she had been suffocated her escape

stool lately vacated by my old college other, but had had to give it up on his figure. The eyeglass was discarded. sleep, and had never woke to the dread- lIe lay panting upon the ground,burned
and scorched his sporting coat tatteredand
friend Vernon Hawkins-most gentle- finding that her heart was no longer her Even the once gorgeous ring seemed to ful reality.I ,
and of mankind.For charred, while strangely enough '
manly quiet own to bestow. Charles Welstead had have assumed. a sombre, and melancholy have said that we were paralyzed for
the prismatic necktie and horseshoe pin
a few lays we contented ourselves known her from childhood, and the .lustre as if in sympathy with the feel- the moment. The spell was rapidly had escaped the general destruction so

with observing the habits and- customsof : affection of early youth had ripened ings of its owner. His manner had broken. "This way, lads !I" cried a as to present an absurd oasis amid,

I the creature. There was an auda- into love on bth sides. Never was lost all its old audacity, and become resolute voice, and' Charlie Welstead the desert around. He lay without

city about his vulgarity and a happy there a more fondly attached couple, timid and retiring. I doubt if any of broke in among us with a fireman's speaking or moving until Cissy :Xew--;

:1" unconsciousness of all offence, which nor one to whom the path seemed to his rustic acquaintances would have hatchet in his hand. We pushed after I-some was led past him on her way, to a. .

fairly disarmed criticism. It wits not to lie so smoothly, for old Welstead had recognized their gaudy Joseph in the him as he rushed round to the rear of cab. Then he made a feeble gesture-,

until he began to address us as "old been Xewsome's personal friend, andCl1arles' shambling,unkempt figure whichhaunted the-house, where there was a door usa- with his hand, which indicated that.he<

pals, and went the length of playing a prospects were of the brightest.On the counting-house of Ducat' Gulden ally used by the sen-ants. It waslocked wished to speak to her,'and she stooped :
small joke little Sparkins, which I &Ducat. but of blows shatteredit
I practical upon these pleasant evenings a couple over him. No other ear but mine caught..
that of resistance began to stir fun The termination Welsteads We hurried the
a pirit have mentioned it was great to see engage to pieces. up .stone that whisper."

Within our bosoms and that Welstead, Joe darting into the drawing-room and ment began to draw near. It had been kitchen stairs, with the plaster fallingin "Don't fret, Miss," he said, 'cause.it .

1,7 as usual, was pushed forward as our, endeavoring to secure a seat in the arranged that after his marriage he was strips all round ,us,.and the flags so was the wrong boss came in. He's a

mouthpiece. neighborhood of the young lady, with a to be promoted to the management of hot that they burned into the soles of good feller-a deal better than me-ancL

r "You see, Smith," he remarked in profound disregard for any claims her another,branch in a distant part of the our boots. At the head of the stairs did as much but hadn't the luck. !

biB most languid tones, "you have been parents might have upon his 'courtesy.If country. This approaching break-up in there was a second door, thicker and A vulgar little speech,, but Cissy's' :

in our office a comparatively short he attained the coveted position he our little circle drew us all closer together stronger than the. first, but'nearly eyes got very moist as she listened, and 'I

t "- period, .and yet ,you have taught us would lean back in his chair with what and made us the more sorry charred through by the fire. I'm not sure that mine didn't,;too.
many things which were new to us. he imagined to be an air of easy gentil- that the general harmony should be destroyed -' Give'me room f" gasped Welstead, The office was sadly reduced, after
about and regale her with anecdotesof by the unhappiness of one our swinging round his axe. that.
There. is a natural buoyancy your ity, many With Welstead and the Gentleman -
out one horsesand with occasional number. If we could have cheered "Don't do it sir cried a stalwart
character: which, points you as dogs, on the sick-list there were only
calculated to shine in the most select reminiscences of the "big nobs" who him we* would, but there was somethingin fireman, seizing him by the wrist ; four of us at the desk, and,the reaction

circles. Before your arrival we had had professional relations with his his look, for all his snobbishness' "there's flames'on the other side of that from the excitement' had left us any-

never learned to designate, ladies as father. On such occasions >s Cissy which forbade even sympathy on a sub- door." thing but lively. I can remember only ,

fillies,' nor had we heard of the 'real would imitate him to his face in the ject so sac ed. He endeavored to put "Let me go I" roared Charlie. one remark ventured upon during that '

gents' whom you mention as having most amusing way, looking all the timeas on a careless manner when he joined us We're dead men if you break it I" first day. The dreary 'scratching of

frequented your father's establishment.These demure as a little mouse, while Wel all in wishing Welstead good luck at "Let me go !" pens had lasted unbroken for over -an

things interest and please us. stead leaned up against the piano, not mid-day on the Saturday preceding the "Drop it, sir ; drop it !" hour, when little Sparkie looked' up

Allow us to show some small sense of ,quite sure whether to laugh or be angry. :Monday on which f the wedding was to There was a momentary struggle, and from his ledger."I .

the, honor your society confers on us, Even he usually broke down, however, take place. We expected then that we the axe clattered down upon the stone suppose you would call him a gen-
.by christening you as Gentlemanly when the two came to discuss "heti- should not see our fellow-clerk again steps. It had hardly time to fall before tleman, after all ?" he said., ,

,Joe excusing the liberty we take with ; quette," and Joe, in his character of until he appeared hi the character of some one caught it up: I could not see "A very much better one than you
I in consideration of the alliteration. gentleman, laid< down his views as to bridegroom. How little did we guess who'for the dense blue reek of ,smoke.A will ever be,". growled Dullan, and we-
your name
when a "feller should raise 'is 'at," and the catastrophe-which was impending! man dashed past the fireman, there relapsed into the scratching of pens.I .
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was present at ,tne wedding of
The was I remember that Saturday was the crash of a parting lock and a
j t A great part of this speech must when not. argument gener- evening Charley Welstead and ,Cissy Newsome
! have been lost upon Mr. Joseph, but ally closed by a burst of laughter from well. It was in January, and a clear great lick* of flame,' like a hound unleashed when, after a long delay, it was final'y,
I never did elaborate sarcasm fall so ut- all of us, in which Joseph would join, wintry sky, with a suspicion of an shot out and enveloped us. I celebrated. By the original

' terly flat. ,Instead of being offended, though protesting loudly that he was aurora in its Northern quarter, spread felt its hot sear as it coiled, round my ment I WPS to have figured as best arrange-mar, ,
i would be the unable to see the joke. over the great city. Therewas a slight'l face, and I 'remember nothing more I
as we had fondly hoped l .but my post of honor was handed over
,
t case, he burst into an uproarious fit of It is a proverbially thingto frost in the air, and the ground clinked until I found myself leaning against the : to a certain very ugly young man, whose i
r laughter, and shipped his gaitered leg play with edged tools. I have never cheerily under foot. One of my fellow- door-post; breathing in the fresh, sweet appearance suggested the idea that he- iI I

' 4' with the ebony ruler in token of de- been sure whether Smith ,knew how clerks-Dalian-and I had kept by lit- air of night, 'while Welstead, terribly had spent the last few weeks in a mustard ;

iQJ light. Haw 1 haw ",he roared, writh- matters stood betweeen' Welstead and tle Smith all day, for there was a wild burned,struggled furiously with the fire- poultice. Unromantic as it ,mar .
of the high stool. tLe young lady. I am inclined to think look about his.eyes which made 'us man who held him back to prevent him
ing about on the top seem, this youth not only went through I
1 he did not. Perhaps if think it might be unsafe to leave him from reascending the staircase which
Z "Wl atever'll father say!IOn, law, to that at first his duties with all the nonchalence in :
I think of, it!Gentlemanly Joe-eh"? some one had informed him of it then', to his own devices. We dined at a res- was now a solid sheet of fire. ( the world, but danced at the subsequent '

;-ii You're right, though; you're, right;, he might have, mastered his feelings.taurant, and afterward dropped into a Hold back, sir !" I heard the hon- festivities with the greatest vigor'' and \
averted.It theatre where Joe's face in the est fellow growl "ain't life
r and not ashamed tq, own up, neither.I and much misery have been ghastly ; one thrown grace. It is commonly rumored that
; comin' 'Father,' was clear to us young fellows who stalls had a very depressing effect upon away enough ? That little cove-him '
said when I;w s up, i this activity of his, combined with sundry ,
p says L, I'll teach them a trick or two ;' had gone through the same experiencehow the pantomime. We were walking in the gaiters-the same that broke the interesting anecdotes concerninghorses

and I have, hain't I? Of course we're things were tending, but we ,held slowly homeward after supper, it being door-he's gone. I seed him jump and dogs, have so prevailed upcta 11 I
than spoil what we then between 12 and 1 when we saw slap into the middle of
all gents here, for clerks is mostly reck- our tongues rather a right it. He the heart of a susceptible young'lady,
! oned such, but it, do make a difference considered a capital joke. Cissy may great crimson glow upom the heavens, won't never come back no more !I" that there is every probability of our

when a man has been brought in con- have seen it too, and given him a little such as aurora never threw, and a fire Together we led Welstead round to having a repetition of.the marriage cer-

tac' with the real thing. You can call mischievous. encouragement] least, engine dashed past us with a whistle the front once more, all three staggeringlike emony. Should it be so, I trust that I j

Trie Gentlemanly Joe, an' pleasure; but young, ladies have-the,, credit of, not II and a' clang, the big-boned,- shaggy drunken men. The flames were may at last revert to my original position

sot as ,meaning to imply, that there Is teing blind in such, cases., Certainly horses whirling it along at ,suck a rate higher than before, but the upper story as best man. I

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numberof for a ,Middle Florida
oranges
town. .Madison< "and,Taylor county oran- "VH.L-\.N & co.,

ges.sell at two and a half cents' each in I I '

Madison.The. i PARSONS'fiPILL$ r P QW B, MtDOrange ;

Tampa; Tribunesays that shipmentsof :

oranges decreased there 'considerably' MA.HE'RICH: :-, :BLOOD,. Tree and, Vegetable Manure. '
daring the last two weeks. The number .
: And win completely change the blood in the entire system In three months Any per-
brought-in from the: country was very son who will take 1 Pill each night from 1 to 13 week, may be restored" to sound PfEPAREDEIPRESSLY for,the.use of the truit and
vegetable grower of
much smaller, on account; it is supposed health,If such a thins be possible. For curing Female Complaints these Pills have no Florid;. It will produce a heavy. but sound and healthy growth growing trees I'

of the'growers -h lding' back their fruit equal. Physicians nee them in their practice. Sold everywhere,or Bent by mall for and will supply hearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit.
85 cts.in stamps. Send for pamphlet. J.S.JOHNSON a CO.. BOSTON. BASS.DIPHTHERIA luxuriant
for better prices. IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a growth and in the Flatter

Doctor E IS.. Carew two weeks ago JOHNSON'S CROUP, ANODYNE ASTHMA LINIMENT, BRONCHITIS. tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.: 1

planted out 13.500. fine strawberry plantson taneously relieve these terrible diseases and will positivelycare IT IS SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED FOR PINE-APPLES.
nine cases out of ten. Information that will save ;
the old Fort Brooke 'reservation, near many lives sent fee by man. I>ont delay a momeut. I
Prevention is better than ,
cu/e. WALTON WHANN & CO.
Tampa. He reports the plants as looking JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT teraa Cu)I'tngfs ,

well and: growing finely., 1i'earaJcI&.lnGueD ,Sore Lnnn,Bleeding at the tuDp.ChronIcBoanaaa.BA.ktrqrCouab.Whooping Cough, Wilmington, Del.
,Chronic Rheumatism,Carontebiarrhae*,Cnronte Dysentery,Cholera lIortJat.lWDe -TroabJel.Diseases of the
MISCELLANEOUS.WANTED, Spine and Lame Back. Sold everywhere. Send for pamphlet to I.S.JoraaoK A Co.,BoatOH MASS. Ask Captain McLean of the "Agnes" bring you a sad of the



Itlaawen-tDOWllf&Ctth&tlDOltottheMAKE HENS LAY .. PLOW BRAND. !

Terr valuable. Nothing on earth ,.
win make hens lay like Sheridan's Condition Powder. Dose one teasfoonfal to each pint .
East and South Florida.
feod..Sold everywhere or sent by mail fart>cts.: In stamps. I. 8.JomMo. &CoBosro..Miss.i JNO. ANDERSON, of Ormond.Agent for
100,000 MEN;,
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.... 1& k n8 fte..8eei Catalan .the..
WOMEN AND CHILDREN g :; 4 {Urtyyea***experience as a Bee* I Q 'mrd
L. :alb sent ftee to all who aDPI). All seed sent from
.. /.a. establishment warranted to be both fresh and true to name.so COLLINS & COIHARTFORD'Estabiishe :
To read this advertisement and learn the e. ., far. should ft prove otherwise I agree to refill orp .
den gratis. My collection vegetable seed bone of theaioct
extensive to be found U any American ataJope.
Safest Place.to Buy, .a..lam...p.rt.of.It.is.of&l owaS> Aa 0.tie..erI6. iKIR..k 1826.
P.5.t.es,.
c.n. the ,
Selbavs ad.....1eIt..c.. sadascoreofother ,
Cheapest Place to Buy, new Vegetable I invite the patronage of public. In tIIevr.
Driest and on the farms ef those who puat my seed will be found my

,Best Place! to Buy. JAMES J.advertisement.H. GREGORY. Seed Grower trbUbead, .....


ORGANS.We -- .- -- ---- --- -
PIANOS & .

The Bowker Fertilizer CompanyOFFER

will save yon money, give you the .
very best instrument made, please you in "- .
the selection, deal with you fairly and THROUGQ: THEIR LOCAL AGENT, .
allow you privileges and accommodationswhich

no other house in the Union will "'

do: This we say; this we guarantee.' E. B.Bowker's \VAGlR,. .
The place of all others, to buy superb instruments .

at lowest possible! figures is at .
MANUFACTURERS

Inidden & Bates' Orange Grower,

AT $45 PER TO '. Axes Hatchets OFPicks


SOUTHERN. MUSIC HOUSE, Stockbridge Vegetable Manure, ,

AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY
,Savannah, Ga., and New'Yorh.
AT S45 PER TOX.
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TOOLS FOR FARMS AND E
PLANTATIONS.
of
and, chain Branch Houses. '
AMMONIATED DISSOLVED BONE
Augusta, Go. Macon, Ga.Columbus Also, FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf

Rome, Get I Ga. AT $40 PER TOX. all sizes and prices from $5 t J $30. Abo, Plowing Machines.
Charlotte N. C. Goldsboro, N. C.
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These old established FERTILIZERS arc well and favorably known throughoutthe Farmers will receive valuabo% information
Meridian, Miss. Jaclxonvitte, Fla. catalogues. a.c.. E
STATE OF FLORIDA. They are offered at a material reduction< on the former by writing to the makers, r

Ail under same management. Instruments prices and can be supplied in any quantity together with circulars etc., on applcation.WIGHT3IAX COLLINS
,Terms and Prices precisely same & CO., 212 Water St., New York. .

as at Savannah central House.. Write us & CHRISTOPHER, State Agents. ,
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or V the House nearest you. VELLODS WEBBER SINGING DOLL-- ; GUNWE ;

KERIPGTOP S
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From the Wni'lfl'c nUllUS' greatest Makers.r ':; 4 HAVE THE I,

: A mechanical Wonder 'Largest and Best Equipped Armory in the World I

Brought within the reach of all bv our umycBrwvon Introdaeed this
I CBAunso the children
f to
LOW Prices.and EASY Terms. Nine .; of Ametca HOVU.maa IUd Ii R..We to IUIIIf& AND CONSEQUENTLY LIE n :T OF FACILITIES FOR MANUFACTURING AND>>
and Reliable 300 that DO Joy ewer diril ed a mined TESTING
linkers. Over
Leading ,atttoeess; FIREARMS. .WE HAVE MADE I
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different styles and prices No other a...eot wehsd >dI e ,
House America offers such a "magnificent \ =\ wbJcb HoIId&7V8de OVER
ebosatiei ONE MILLION MILITARY RIFLESwhich
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line of first-class. instruments.. ndbeo ebmrenwbocame J
to 0Qf1llOre wets 1eIL wet
Chickering, Ludden"&_ Bates, Arion, haft.p.beeD nine DIODtM pm _=::a'..".uea-for ede have been adopted and: are in use In EVERY QUARTER OF THE GLOEE.

Mathushek and Hallett & Davis Pianos; vOt IIiIt arewDdiU h 0I'IIiea..bee I a e tr O .

Mason & Hamlin, Packard Orchestra ,,=--rlLW cines = REMINGTON SHOT GUNS !

Palace, an:J Bay State Organs. _::"f:4: : ARE NOTED FOR THE GOOD RESULTS OBTAINED AT ALL RANGES. ,WE REFlI i I

ALL OX EASY TERMS. f FI.... d db eepsrststkope'. TO ANYBODY WHO HAS USED THEM. I

S 'J'beIe ant. ,hetahreett ass e feedasr ftW a.-... I.
s1qme aDd meshburmedethsn et and moro' .e17 .> OUR HUNTING AND TARGET
The HOLIDAYS s&1IQQI1e4 &bet RIFLESHave
will 0IIMPMr ..EIcb... ".
Will soon be here and it's high time to Leads tnato.with.long... htdr are'tI1IMt..Doll&I.1b!! &1'8 Gel'-.. <.. taken HIGHEST AWARDS at International Expositions, and PRINCIPAL PRIZES in
think of selecting a present for your wife. ttec1J a'Itthem t :.I -.- Leading Matches.
daughter, sister,or sweetheart. Nothing ever imported IIIto this COQJQ'7. cr'ib & WUboat&be .
can be better or" more pleasure-giving Wde.nal.1.0..I'waLL 8..n.woua tat Atsaehtmes pmu PSIOL' Tn say qua -c' R.M.INGTON: .Il

than a Piano or an Organ. Write us, or tile Ix0Ar matt l.oATUCIDIDTllcoueeaIedwUbtDtIIe ingenious invention or the an. SW "ODeot UId =.a @)\ ] .M.S 3 '

our nearest branch house 'for illustrated loc&Uon are abowD ID tile rta &bud ... delmhR.
catalogues, price lists ,and circulars giving .II&bI8 perfect tOje&Mualoallnatru 00'or id -aDd ==r ;.1U t. .s@tepsrf ARE UNEQUALED FOR
information valuable to intending "' 1JoU. Co r aI"It ,....
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pen-chasers; and warningagalnsthumbug land" "8Wtl awl tI" .r Strength, Simplicity, Durability Range Penetration
"Tamers
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Dealers and Bogus Makers, who'a're'now -MBorl Oa'a heoetlJKet" _. .... ..
'f" (Berman "Tell Aaf 1l D4 I.oT II rya broom."
deceiving yer8 through flaming. advertisements fAfPttsee Wnl".""Qr+mtdlQfher.Cfoct""CAUd" i6o.p"e"w.ttpwer .. Precision, Ease of Action, and Rapidity of Fire.
_tAeWleaef.' So_ $far "l.ettaae,:"\I. .
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and false statements. We expose OeriaanClseaaa);" J9IkiatHOm"PoD .".Bmp "Ood save eM QrIII!&." W a>tingandt bqe .
t such frauds fully. Head circu hem made,bat they are !e.1IOOQ oat of order and do notdont tile little ones ....
t our ana entertainment that onr& .... 8..dJI..000 doeA.wlUcb. lathe Gre.-.o 1b IDftD .
lars carefully Address nu is.be moe&bi wUMl&Dd a &baS JliedltJo.
WecaDhmtIb&hrelt1iles ..1 a..lII .1'Iee eA .tH.. H'!! .... flss E. REMINGTON
.... f10 taebab -ova sass Don.pr1.0 .. rl & SONS
Ludden & Bates Savannah Ga.OZSTJLY ... .
are D& 7 Perfect JDd ;
oateafptaof
e aDd beCIerd. 8eD& to any addiws pe.eee w...1 'e4I "til.
TIm TRva Scmno. address all orden_ TH K MAMAG
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Co..Ho&1 W..Iaafo..treet. ..co.._.....V.8. A. NEW YORK OFFICE, 281 & 233 BROADWAY.
820. _!116. C08f'C1J.VM doIZ.IIith.otMfI(1I4WII'. 1>. ,>faelymadessootbz esAB,
ARMORY, ILION N. Y.
SKETCHES NOTICE OF INSOLVENCY. ,
BACKLOG our large 16 page paper,filled .p END FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE.
4 ----with charming serials stories In County Court.Brevard ;
choice miscellany etc.,is sent 3 mos. on trial County, -
for 25 cents and we vend every subscriber Florida.
FREE our new Holiday Package, consistingof
10 pieces popular music 10 interesting WHEREAS,Fanny A. Joyner, Adminis STORTi
games,i pack of age and fortune telling cards tratrix of the Estate of J. W.J oVller. de- CAMPORGANS
1 pack"Hold to Light"cards 1 pack fun and ceased late of Brevard *Florida V
:flirtation cards,1 set chromo cards, 13 new county .d.
tricks in magic new puzzles game fortune having filed in the office of the County -
the mystic oracle 25 ways to get rich Heller's Judge ot said county a written suggestion -
wonderful delusion cards etc.,etc. Endless .. of the insolvency of said estate:
amusement Agents wanted.Sample paper for
Stamp. Backlog Publishing Co. Augusta: Me.PATENTS. Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims of any nature against the
said Estate, to file the same,duly authen-
ticated, in the office of the County Judgeof = ,

said county on or before.the 3d day of
MUNN ft CO.,of the ScnsriFio AKTEiCAK.con- March A. D. 1834, at which time there The Best and Most Popular Organs

tine parka to Cqpyrljrhta act as Solicitors, for the for Patents United,Caveat.Trade will be a pro rata distribution of the said now manufactured. j 1

BDKland, France Germany etc. Bate.nada Estate among the several creditors entitled

Patents Patents sent obtained free.through Thirty-seven MUNN yean&CO.experience.are noticed- thereto, and the said administratrix.discharged. FIRST-CLASS in Tone.FIRSTCLASS
In the 8CUNTlnc AMKKICAX.the largest,best,and .
most widely circulated scientific paper. 9&20 a)'ear-I! Witness my name as County Judge of .
Weekly. Splendid engravings and interesting in '
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PHILADELPHIA formation. Specimen copy of the Scientific. American said county this 27th day of August A. Workmanship. ='. .
sent free. Address MUNN CO. ScirxnncA1" .
*Office Broadway, New York. N D. 1SS3. J. A. McCnouy. FIRST-CLASS
in
SINGER
MACHINEEQUAL County Judge. Material. l :K .

TO ANY SINGER- IN THE MARKET. STANDARDLaundry Titusville, Fla.,Sept. 6, lSS3 19 Cm. FIRST-CLASS in Everything. .

The above cut represents the most pop- NOTICE.
ular style for the people which we offer MODERATE in Price. =
you for the very low price of $20. Remember Wax Land. Office at Gainesville, Fla. } 1
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,we do not ask you to pay until December 10. 1883: WARRANTED for Five -
you have seen the machine. After having NOTICE is hereby given that the fog Years. = '1N#_

examined it if it is not all we represent Preserves Linen, gives a beautiful finish lowing named settler has filed notice of Every rgan of our manufacture Is
return it to us at our expense. Consult his intention to make final proof.insup- to give perfect satisfaction in e not, only warranted for five years but Is guaranteed -
port of his claim. and that said 'and moat complete in the world and 7JarUc Our factory is one of the
your interests and order at once,or send proof all .air- largest
the iron a full line
for circulars and testimonials. prevents from sticking,saveslabor. will be made before A. A. Stewart. clerk of the leading Pianos;andean furur"hor.: 'style Strictly at the first-class.lowest 'We also have
market
Address CHARLESA. Wood & CO.. circuit court Titusville, Fla., on Mon price.
-o- day.January 28. 1884,'viz E. AGENTSWo are desirous of Introducing
No. 17N..Tenth St:, Philadelphia. Pa. : William South.and our Organs through-
March 8, .45.: 6m, Futch, of Titusville. Fla., Hd. 6,333 for ( Good oiler reliable special inducemens Deniers
FIVE CENTS A CAKE. the lot 1. Section 30. Township 20 S.. *SSSSSjSSa&mum Ezcluaive. Let eats' men can make moneyritorYSivtnandprukcUongutrantrcth 1Y iii::3
bUM BEST. preparation. Range 36 East. _
PAYSONS Used with .penformarkInranyfabnc.
anyrlM
He names the following witnesses to Any Bank in
Popular decora- St. Louis
Q(. II& atlve work on linen. Beceived CenI -.. Ask your Storekeeper for it. Made by prove his continuous ,residence andcuIth.ation or Chicago.
tennlalllEDAL.. DI........ upon
I INK < | Established 9Oy.a...Sold by all of said land, viz: George STORY
nifcSewiAftti.. :. STANDARD OIL CO., Hunt, Andrew Jackson. 'Charles H.Xauman & CAMP

Per of Haulover Fla., and M.-E.

1IItHERS E WANTED$100nnei Cleveland, : : Ohio.August English, of Titusville. Fla. 203 NORTH : ,
o a L, A.Barnes," FIFTHST. 'ST. ,
LOUIS MO.
I.OMdCOKOTdtCo..Fl IIM..1phl..ra.A SO. 13 Cm 34wo Register U. S. Land Office. OHIQdt10 ,
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lambs can get to it,and eat without dis -._ but pa raved,and I,had to give in. Yes,
THE PERIOD OF INCUBATION 0' turbance. They will soon eat enoughto started the mountains this littlebrok.
up ,, I think they are ,Inhabited. I should
jteASLES.: Dr. W. ,E. "Green, to the ,It was a strange scene., A:passionate,
,- assist very materially in their Shaded by the beautiful ferns, in like to visit some of them, but you
had beat
Brit. 3f L Journ.,April 7,1883, corroborating high-tempered boy spoken,
growth. ._ which drooped lovingly over it, it would not catch me living in Venus.
of temper words it was painful to hear
the statements of Mr. Yacher ,
We want no better sign of a good rested content, and never dreamed ofgoing insolent Eight seasons I Just think how often
unfeeling words. They
and c ting 'many illustrations to prove angry
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farmer than that he, prizes manure out into the wide world. What
we would have to have new outfits to
. r at"the period of incubation'in measles were said to his father; a man who,,in
; and believes' in returning to the soil more could it wish ? The blue sky was keep up with the styles.
earlier days,would have responded witha
r fourteen days.COFFEE
: is something like an equivalent for what overheard, the wild flowers grew uponits blow. His hair was white now, and: "What I you are not going? lamso

IN TYPHOID' FEVER.-Recently is removed. The secret of good farm banks, the birds sang sweetly to it. his blood had cooled somewhat. He sorry, but I suppose you are tired. I

}: Dr. Guillassee} of the French ing lies in making the land produce the Surely, a prettier home could nowherebe looked at his son sadly. am. It always makes me most sick to

Navy, has given coffee in the stage of best possible results. Withou tdeterlora- found. So thought our little brook, "I had rather have given a thousand study a whole evening like this. I

: typhoid fever with marked success. tion.. as it bubbled out its shallow content. dollars than 'to see you give way to think sister ought to give us a picture.* '

Three, teaspoonfuls were given adults. Sets, as well as large onions should One bright summer day there came a your temper like this." And they go to school next morning

every two hours, alternating' with one or I be kept as dry and cool as possible ,: little lark to bathe in the clear water, "You are one to say that I"! the boy and. tell the other girls how awfully r

tWo teaspoonfuls of claret Burgundywine. without being actually materiallyhurt and as he bathed he sang. He sang a cried, passionately, all his lifelong fear hard they have studied.-Belle McDonald F

, : A beneficial result was immediately by frost, provided they are 'not wonderful song of the great world., He of his father swept away by his anger. in Chicago Tribune. .

apparent I handled while frozen. If spread on a sang of the cities, filled with busy life ; .
And then the boy stopped, half expecting -
NATURE OF DISEASES OF THE tight barn floor and covered thickly with the streets, where the hum of many Slipping Locomotive Wheels.
some punishment. He was not' .
: HEART.-The Medical Times and Ga- chaff or cut straw they will keep well voices and the tread of many feet were -
prepared for his father's reply : In connection with the prevention of
; -1rL Martin in till spring.It heard. He of with tall
elaborate
jtdte says: an sang ships, "
"I am the very one to say it, the the dangerous,tendency in locomotive
the of heart diseases is not good policy to let workhorses masts and sailingover
on pathogeny creaking cordage,
paper ; old man answered. "If I had not suffered wheels to slip, M; Poisot recently communicated -
in a recent issue of .the Rtvue get thin. It costs more to put the ocean. He sang of the country, I I .
so much from my own temper I to the Societe de I'Industrie
de Medecine, divides all heart af on flesh than it does to keep it. Flesh with its peace and quiet, and its fieldsof
should not be so anxious to spare you Minerale de Saint-Etienne some valua-
valvular, that becomes hardened by exercise will yellow grain, which swayed gently to similar pain. Do you think I like to ble results gained in the Mazenay
i be kept up with less food, under the and fro in the wind. He sang of the
know that my own son has always been Mines, where no more fuel is now em-
, each other in that each has an acute'anda same work than it took to put it on. great rivers, in their wide, deep channels afraid of me ; that I am dreaded and ployed for hauling out one hundred

chronic stage, the latter being almost From 'fifteen to thirty ,pounds of food bearing upon their calm bosoms
not welcome in my home; that my old tons than was employed for eighty for-
j' always a consequence of the former ; in will about supply the daily consumptionof the commerce of a nation. Then shak- age will be embittered because I have merly. It appears that the ventilationis

both groups, too, the original lesion- horses, large or small. ing the drops from off his wings, he been an unlovely, though not an ia- effected by diffusion, and that thereis

'Whether,)it: has a chief valvular focus, or The practice of growing sweet corn mounted up until his form was lost to loving man? constantly in the rolling-way a tolerably -

1 whether it depends upon a number of for fodder is greatly on the increase in view, and only a faint refrain of his
"If I had been gentle and patient and thick smoke which, with condensed -
: minute,vascular foci-may be the start- this country. It makes far better feed song came floating down. That, too, self controlled, I should have been steam from the engine and the

, ing-point of a two-fold inflammatory than the field sorts, from the fact that soon died away, and the little brook was
happy and beloved, instead of unhappyand dampness of the workings, causes the
} process, partly intestinal. The former it is very sweet and nutritious, and cattle again alone. But a mighty impulsewas avoided. Do you think I want you rails to be slippery. The consequenceis

Y process is always compensatory! As regards will eat every part of it with great stirring down in its heart, which to sow what I have sown, and reap as I that every time they tried to.ascendthe

" the latter, whether the process has relish. Sow thickly in drills two and a should one day bring forth powerful I have reaped ?" gradient of one in sixty-six with a

: commenced in one of the valves and half feet apart, using two and a half results. The little brook was going to Things could never be the same be- full train they could only get up half of

': I .spread thence to the muscular wall of bushels of seed to the acre ; or it can be seek its fortune. It would not waste tween that father and son, as if all their it without the wheels beginning to

:: ;the heart, or whether it has commenced sown broadcast and cultivated in. any more time in idle dreaming ; We life together had been one of kindness sjin, and during the rest of the ride so

: .as a pariarterial lesion, is*a matter of BITING HORSES.-Horses have been world was before it; up from the world and justice and self restraint on the much difficulty was experienced and so

Jittte moment, for the ultimate result is successfully cured of this vice by puttinga came' faintly an alluring voice. "I father's side, and loving obedience on much pressure lost that they were

. 4hesame, viz., diminution of the power piece of hard wood an inch and a half must go," said the little brook. the son's ; but that mutual aCknowl-1 obliged to stop to make steam. This

':r of the, heart, and finally asystolism.But square in the animal's mouth;about the "Ah, stay I" murmured the green edgment of the truth caused great consumption ,of fuel, excessive -

; granting that no hard and fast line same length as an ordinary snaffle bit. ferns.. "Your mountain home is bright nearer together than they had ever been wear of the werking parts of

-can be drawn between the two groups, It may be fastened by a thong of and fair." brought before. the engine and a rapid destruction of

, .or even that ultimately it should be leather passed through two holes in the "Yes, but my visions of the world are a. the rails. It so happened that a monthor

.shown that all lesions of the heart have ends of the wood, and secured to the brighter yet." How Girls Study. two ago the joint of one of the cylin-

t .their origin in'some vascular change, bridle. It must be used in addition, to "Ah, do not go I" said the wild d,-r cocks leaked, and the jet of steam

< jjtil M. Martin thinks that his proposed the bit, but in no way to impede the flowers. "We are sweet." Did you ever see two girls gee to- escaping from it was directed on to the

::' classification" might be retained with working of the bit. Rarey adopted this "Yes, but sweeter flowers will gether to study of an evening ? I have, rail, when the engine took the gradient

. : advantage, as corresponding with un- plan, With the zebra in the zoo, which greet me if I flow in the path of and it generally goes like this : without once slipping. For two days

, questionable differences in the etiology was a terrible brute at biting. Mr. duty." "In 1673 Marquette discovered the they worked without repairing it, and

" and mode of evolution of these changes. Rareysucceededhoweverintaming and "The world is too wide and busy" Mississippi. In 1673 Marquette dis- locomotive, drew all the trains with-

. ATROPINE EARACHE. The training him to harness, and drove him sang the birds. "If you go out into the What did you say, Ide? You had ever out the slightest stoppage. In consequence i

Journal FOR -that through the streets of London. Animals world you 'must work as the world so much rather see the hair coiled than of this experience they altered '
Boston of Chemistry says works. Stay and we will sing restful -* braided ? Yes so had I. It's to much
its with this vice should be treated -kindly you the cylinder cocks so as to make them
Dr. A. D. Williams recommends
; with pitch- lulling songs." more stylish, and then it looks classical,
in the stable'and not abused discharge directly on to the rails, and
; use as follows :-The solution to be "I must work as the world works. too ; but how do you like-O, hear I I .
fork handles, whips etc., an apple, when they got to the gradient the
and
, simply dropped into the painful ear, Too long have I rested while work can never learn this lesson 1
of beet etc. anda my' that
'' crust of bread, a piece cocks were slightly opened, so
fifteen -
allowed to
to remain there from ten
;: ; "
said the brook. "In 1863 discovered the 1
waited Lafayette
kind pat, but firm,watchful hand and they ascended without difficulty.' This
" Then it is made to
- minutes. run So it bade the old friends a tearful Wisconsin. In 1863 Lafayette discovered -
- eye, with the use of the above woodenbit I new use of steam is a simple modification
out by turning the head over,then being down the the-well 1 what's the matter with
good-bye, and sped away
will cure the most inveterate biter. of the old idea of washing the rails
wiped with a dry rag. The solution The fact that he cannot shut his mouthor mountain. Rippling over mossy stones, with me, anyhow In sixteen seventy- with a jet of water. 1
may be warmed to prevent shock. From him under leaning.ferns and brakes, it went three Marquette discovered the Missis I. I
dawns
three to five drops should be used at atime. and grip then anything he is soon conquered.upon-Toronto, its way. It lingered still in the woods, sippi. I don't care if he did. I sup- Scraps.The .

The strength of the solution no longer the tiny rill it first had been, pose the Mississippi would have gotten -

, .must vary according to the age of the (lobe. but, swelled by the rains, a little along just as well if Marquette had Whitehall Tim asks : "If Ne
d 1d. Under three one grain to SUITABLE MANURES: All vegeta- cessity is the mother of invention, will
? years I stream. And gay pleasureseekerscame never looked at it. Now,see here, Ide,
:.:: .the ounce, and ,over ten years four bles that are grown for their leaves or and encamped on its banks, and L' there anything about my looks that some sharp paragraph plea inform
to the ounce of water. In stems require an abundance of nitrogenous that I us who the father is ?" Why, the bus*
: : grains wove themselves garlands from the flow- would, give you to understand
' adults almost strength be used. manures, and it is useless to attempt band of Mrs. Necessity, of course.
founded
; : any may ers and ferns that grew there, or drankof know when Columbus James-
'' .All ages will bear a stronger solution in vegetable gardening without it. To this its cool waters. A little child could town, and how George Washington Isn't this a-parent enough?
the than in the application class belong cabbage, lettuce, etc. The Shiloh ? Of "Circumstances alter cases,."* said a
:/' ear eye. step across it in those days. Still on it won the battle of course
,.," :should be repeated as often as may be other class, which is grown principallyfor wandered, making music from the there isn't. History's-a horrible study lawyer to his client after losing his
its seeds or pods, as beans, peas,etc., fourth lawsuit. "Cases alter circum-
few applications Frenchis
*;' mecessary. Usually a roughest stone, its channel growing anyhow. No use neither. Now,
_ twill stop the pain. In acute suppurative does not require much manure, of this wider each day, till it came to the coun- much nicer. I can introduce French stances," savagely replied the client.
of' middle earand acute character; in fact, the plants are injured knowI "By your management of my cases my
, ,_ inflammation the try the little bird had sung about. phrases very often and one must
.:r'; Inflammation of the external meatus, by it. It causes too great a There it loved to stay, winding in and have studied the language. What is circumstances' have been nearly ruin.

: atropine wiH only slightly palliate the I growth of stem and leaf, and the earli- out among the fields. It was the lesson for to-morrow ? 0, yes; conjugation ed." -

:} fluttering, but in the recurring noctur- ness-a great aim in vegetable growingis spanned by bridges now, and the little of parler. Let's see ; how An English paper exizftingly exclaims

:' nal earaches of children it is practically injuriously affected. :Mineral manures village boys sat there and fished while does it commence? Fe parle, tu parle that the Turks appear t- know how to

j| .A specific. as wood ashes, (bonedust, etc., the younger ones made mud pies upon 11, par-11 pa-il-well, il then I make capita use of their improved

ta a. are much better for them. For vegetables the banks, or sailed their little w oden "Conjugations don't amount to any- arms. Recent event induce the belief
j requiring rich stable manure it is that they know how to use their legs
Agricultural.FARM boats, and fond lovers came at twilightto thing. I know some phrases that are
best that they have it well rotted and here and there and in most
a.a ---- pltlck the blue forget-me-nots. This appropriate
: AND GARDEN NOTES.-Clover decayed. Nothing has yet been foundso was pleasant, ah, very pleasant, and yet I every locality ; and how's anybody going too.The newest collar is'called "Safety." 1:

I; foay 'is good for hogs, and the hogs well fitted for the purpose as old it could not linger there. It had work to know but what I have the conjugations I is so named from the fact that it i 1

'lUke it. hotbed dung, though to the smell no, to do. So it hastened on, and other all by heart ? high enough for a man who wears one

-t' Choose for hatching the largestand trace of "ammonia" .remains in it- streams flowed into it,- and it grew "Have 1 got my geometry ? No, I'm to crawl up behind it and hide when

best shaped eggs from the best Gardener' Monthly. strong and deep At last it reached a just going to study it. Thirty-ninth his wife steps to the office to inquire j

;* layers. 1. I mill. There stood the great wheel, it not? whether be mailed her letters..

:"', Do not kill the moles. They do not eat Japanese Vegetables. waiting for the force that was to moveit "Let the triangle ABC, triangle At the French Assembly 7.15 p. M. : j

strawberry plants but white grubs, and utilized by the I and the little brook, that once A B-say, Ide, have you read about, Shaker (aside to member): "For

n are most numerous where the latter are Among the plants tribe. could scarcely have turned a child's the Jersey Lilly and Freidie ? I thinkit 'heaven's sake finish your speech I I
several of the lily
found. Japanese are areeaten plaything, now laughed. in glee as it is too utterly utter, and Freddie is give a dinner-party to-night. Member
Lilium caZloauro ,
An Ohio farmer names the mammoth The bulbs of while whirled the wheel around, and"merrily simply gorgeous. I'm completely crushed (aside to Speaker) : "I know it. An-
a
pearl asthe' potatQ to take the place of roasted, boiled and preserved, them.A dashed in clouds of spray against it. on him- other time you'll invite me."
from
.t the peachblow,'against which charges of white farina is also is derived also derived from That was its last dance. It must move Oh theorem I A printer's: devil propounds the following

deterioration are madeT. similar farina a calmly on now, for it had become a 1 Let the triangle ABC be right- : "What is the difference between i

B. Terry of Ohio, says his strawis thebulbsof Engthroniumgrandijtorum dog's-tooth mighty river. On its proud bosom the. angled at B. On the side B C, erect .a thirty-dollar-a-week position at

worth $8 a ton to him for feeding purposes near relative of our own of the violet great ships sailed, and cities were built I the square A, I. On the side-did II the 'case' and the chief of the Sioux?'*

and $6 for bedding, he grows large violet (which has nothing farina is upon its banks. Still on it flowed, in I tell you Sister Carracciola gave me a Ans.: "One is a bully 'set,' and th3
This latter
crops of wheat' 'and never sells any but the name). The dried flowers of slow majestic sweep till it reached the new piece to-day, a sonata? It is really other is a Sitting Bull."

" ;straw. called-Kotoivri. boundless ocean. And into that it, intense. The tones fairly stir my soul.I When to the door
are also used by a woman comes
Too much clover hay fed to horsesis HemerocalKi graminea favorite dish of poured its wealth of water. "Useless ? 1 am never going to take anything but and calls after ,her husband "Hen-
and are a
.-,- injurious!, they will eat so much l the Japanese Lost?" Nay, little brook. You have I sonatas after this. I got another new R-E-E"-finishing the last syllable ia '

; -of it that that they cannot travel fast: I the Chinese seen the world, and you still fulfill your. piece, too. Its name is Etudes. Isn't captal letters-you may know that
It should always bet it ? I asked Tom this noon | '
without injury. mission. funny
states that, a yearor I she is not in a capital humor.
: water before feed- A California paper and he it is Greek
well sprinkled with what it ,means, says I
since, a gate post that had I An exchange remarks that "some
; inr.W more I for nothing. It is quite'apro fur
, .,r.-, results been painted ,with so-called zinc white, :Mrs. Sarah Ray, a washerwoman of in It-the people are wholly unable to appreciate
Our there is really nothing same
:* ? Dr. Sturtevant says: was noticed to appear black all day, Leadville, and the first female who delicate irony." We have observed j
conclusive and '
I* ;; have thus I far given quite in the twilight, and white during. dared to set foot in the place, has thing over ov.r.h this ourselves, particularly in the Cue '
*
terminal gray Where was I? 0 side A C
, of the portion yes, ,
evidence in favor of this investing shirt bosoms.
L' On an investigation amassed a fortune of $1,000,000 by of washerwomen and
-t. the night
r:, t of"the potato tuber, so far as regards singular property of,,theJ8int. ,the'cauae her earnings in mining shares.Chicago the square A E. Draw the linecome Proffered Service : Costermonger (to '
of growth, early ." -. metal no,'let's go at our astronomy. It's on
;: certainty vegetation and was,'-shown to, exist- inl.a new I. Are the planets inhabited l ? swell who has asked,his way) :, "Well

'sprouting, healthy which ,has been named actinum, on can't exactly direct you,'governor; butif
"Now I think they an, and I
t 'Vigor.As. .of. actinic effects.It glove merchants employ ladyclerks barrer I'll
-peculiar into drive
r' jump
you'll my
soon as the lamb gets large account and resembled with big hands. It flatters the have thought about ,ita, great deal. I I I '
zinc ores
is to be found in, you there. .' ,
to my hair last night. 1 wanted a
encouraged bonged
should be I customers. { .. ,
enough, it I I zing : : 1 "
.eat food lor. itself. ,For this purpose a .v .. ,', '..H'l
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*t- ".XOCAL."' .... ... "." .. -....Ifh- ", 1v'E1PADVEBTLSE: --IEi .'- t'..: nS ELL A1 fiE0II :"'. _. ", NEW ADVERT1SJi IENTS. ** -NEW :ADVERTISEME'diT: .... .. .':
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-S. J Hodges of (Jlencoe.'vas.in, town COCOANUT GROVE HOUSE, Hack Freight. t

He started for his home on ,BETWEEN I>EAI.EKS IN
On Monday. MERRY XMAS.ANNUAL Lake.Worth, Florida.E. .
the neat y.Thsteamer. Titusville and Salt Lake.
STAPLE AND) FANCY GROCERIES
N.: Dimick/ Proprietor.This j
.
Ibis was delayed an houror BfiyA regular line of conveyances, for ,

two on Tuesday,morning;a short dis- HOLIDAY House is entirely new and newly the transportation of freight and passengers Confectioneries

tance below here.C. furnished. It is now open for,the accommodation -
OPENING.AT .. with Fine Tobaccos and
.. tourists.. between the above-named places,
R. Carlin has his new boat riggedout
DS-Fine climate for invalids, plentyof safety and. dispatch. CIGARS.
for sailing. She bids fair to be a
game, a short and pleasant walk to the to
most excellent boat for speed and comfort "THE FAIR"Mackenzies. Ocean beach. Connects. with all steamers running CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
"
The: supply vessels, during''the past ( .) Fish, Green turtle, and all kinds of SALT L.\KE. LAMPS& FIXTURES;

week, have arrived at Cape Canaveral and 1 I "Presents for Old and Young, not vegetables, good cistern of soft water. For rates enquire of

discharged''' their stores of oil,_ provisions forgetting the Babies. Grand Washing for guests at House. 24tf E. H. RICE, PROPRIETOR.SPORTSMEN'S : WOO OCX & TINWARE.Meal .

Dolls, Toys, Games, Masks,Scrap Pictures Rates, $l.5O Per Day. EMPORIUM. .
etc.Merrill Albums Books Musical Instruments
Corn
Miller, of the United States Fancy Stationery, Perfumery, Hand Arrangements by the Week or Month. R. C. SCRIJIGEOUR, ,

Navy, and Mr. Henry Wilkinson, of Paintings, Easels,Frames,Baskets,Trays, The Sharpie, "Illinois," Naturalist and Taxidermist.Having *

Charleston, were registered at the Titus Pocket Books, Satchels, Trunks, China, got fairly settled in ray: new store, Hay
House Tuesday. and Glass sets, Vases, Moustache and making regular trips between Indian River cornel Main street and Washington avenue, ,
Shaving Cups, Motto Cups Toilet arti- and Lake Worth will land passengers 1 will be pleased to show customers the lol

Messrs. Hodges, and Voss opened cles, Jewelry, Christmas Cards, and Tree at the House. tf32 lowing lines of goods:
mounted in variety. Oats
their saloon last Monday morning. It is ornaments, Wall Brackets, Table and BIRDS great Etc.also .
Dissolution 1 Itotl<<:e.
their intention keep first-class liquors, Stand covers, Velvet frames, Majolicaware Sporting goods of every kind for the men that
.
The firm of W. IS!. Thomas & Co. is
Beads Silk Handkerchiefs Soaps shoot and Oil stoves specialty. .
beer etc. fish. agents for )
wines, ,cigars, this day dissolved by mutual consent.
.. Worsteds Clocks Pampass Grass Plumes
Paints, Oils, Brushes, Hardware, TableWare
-;Our; ,reporter ,dropped, in at. "TaeMaekense's Lamps, Smoker's sets, Embroidered Slip- .W. M. THOMAS Razors Pocket Knives etc. Jacob Reeds' Sons,
J. C. S DIFolm; ,
etc.iSPFine.
FAIR" { ) and was actually"stunned" pers,
Display of Trimmed and Untrimmed We have this day formed a copartner-- A choice line of Staple & Fancy Groceries. CLOTHIERS,
at the display of Holiday goods.Notice .
under the firm of Sanaiford & I
ship name
Bonnets, Feathers, Flowers, ORANGE WINE, Home manufacture,
Mack's advertisement this all debts due contracted Samples to be seen at store.NOTIONS.
new English, or by
Kid Gloves, Ribbons, Laces, Scarfs, Vintage 1882,perfectly pure and of exquisite
week. Sashes, Collars and.Fischus,Shawls,Mufflers the above firm will be settled by us. I. bouquet. Me Sues and Curiosities in great
J. C.S DIFORD variety. As of old what you can't find in the ,
We are,pleased to announce that Fascinators, Hoop Skirts, Embroi- other stores,call on R.C. S. and you will be
M. E. ENGLISH.
4 deries Tidies, Infant's Hoods., Jackets, sure to get suited. 9yl DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS
there will be a grand hop, on New Year'snight and Borders. In retiring from the firm of W. M. ,

at the Titus House. We expect Thomas& Co. I return my thanks to the A.. L. HATCH, Gents'' Clothing & FornisMi Ms.(

this will be.a grand affair, one of the most NEW LOT LACE REMNANTS AT lOc public for their liberal patronage to us .larch 1st.u u,
and ask a continuance for the new firm DEALER IN
brilliant of the season. ? Our Department of"GOODIES of Sandiford & English. ROCKLEDGE HOUSE.

E.H. Rice has returned from a tripto 'V. M.THOMAS. GROCERIES.PROVISIONS,

Chattahoocheeto which place he car- ," : Titusville, Nov. 24th, 1883.

ried Geo. Hendry to the insane .asylum. For the HOLIDAYS, SANDIFORD. & ENGLISH. Location : Rockledge, Weft shore, IndianRiver
DRY GOODS Florida.Open .
During his absence he had'the misfortune is attractive in ,

to lose one of his horses. French Confections, Rock NEW CASH STORE, Hardware and General MercMise, from December 1st to

For fine oysters or a good meal go to Wig are receiving by every boat New CITY POINT FLORIDA.March May 1st.
Mackenzie's Cottage Restaurant. Fruit Candy, Candy Goods which we are selling at Rock Bottom $. 4w 45:
for CASU. Hockledge is most beautifully situatedon
cake, Christmas cakes, and lots of good Toys, Nuts, Raisins, Cur- prices S,,IIODti ES, OTTO II. VOSS, the famous Indian River, which, for
things. For sale for the Holidays. "For- We believe in the old adage: "Short Glencoe, Fla. Titusville, :Fla. the of
rants, Citron, beauty its scenery, the ,variety' and
settlements make friends" but Cash
get me not." ., long TITUS HOUSE, quality of its fruits and the equablenessof
Fancy. Crackers, Prunes, trades make longer friends. Titusville, Indian River, Florida. its climate, is unequalled in the State.
-Our northen readers who desire in-
Come and for The House in all its is
Jellies &c. see yourselves. arrangements,
above is 'First-Class
:6rThe strictly
a
formation of Florid should the
peruse strictly first-class, and is.reached bv
extensive list of books offered by Messrs. Last but not least comes the SANDIFORD & ENGLISH. Hotel, pleasantly situated on Indian steamers on.the St. John's River.H. .
River, 250; miles South of Jack-
Ashmead Bros., of Jacksonville, which FIRE CRACKERS."Which November 29. tf 29 yule, Florida.To WILKINSON, Proprietor.
.
appears in the STAR. the Sportsman, Pleasure Seeker and 2tf] J. W. YOUNGER, 3lanager.NEWSPAPER .
The mail route..from this place to are just the things to make a C. J. HECTOR, Invalid this House presents attractions
-- *. nowhere else to be found in the South.
curtailed order of noise,
Daytona has been by
the Postmaster-General. The route now' So buy a few packs to please the boys." Hardware and Excellent hunting and fishing in the immediate SUbS<<:I'lpUollgcIlC]'.
vicinity. Pleasure boats
only extends: to Port Orange, which is :NOTE. The above goods are new and for Touristsalways i in at- The undersigned having opened a

situated about six miles south of Daytona.Sam .- special from our general stock which is General Produce tendance.The .

Norton while sailing ,through too numerous and two well-known to manager assures his Guests all the com NEWSPAPER SUBSCPJPTION AGENCY
-: necessitate enumeration. forts of a home at moderate rates.
Banana Creek on Sunday, killed a large MERCHANT, OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND.: Will be pleased to receive subscription!

panther,which at,the time was swimmingfrom Je""Look" in at Santa Claus' Headquarters OTTO II. VOSS, Proprietor. to any

-New Attractions-New Surprises Melbourne Florida. October 2.). 26 tf.
shorejto shore. Our taxidermist, R. November 10th l&SO. ft 47 Periodical or Newspaper published.

C. Scrimgeour has ,it on exhibition. It until Christmas and continuing into the Opened for the Season. -o r-

.' ? weighed,127 pounds. NEW YEAR.A NORWOOD'SFast gfA man who.is interested; in his own Save time, trouble and expense bv applying _..

-Our next',Florida State Fair opensin genuine Merry Christmas to all, Hack Line welfare will be pleased to knowthat. to CHAS. H. NAU3IAN,

Jacksonville on the 12th of. February, ANDREW GIBSON Subscription Agent,

and'will continue until the 15th of thesane and,don't forget "THE FAIR." -4- Keeps the finest oysters to be found in Haulovcr .P. O., Brevanl county, Fla.
,
month. Send to Major A. J. Russell The 'Cheapest and Most Direct Titusville, .

of Jacksonville for premium lists, Tropical House, ROUTE'' AND SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT PATRON J. M. Dixon,

etc. -O-
TITUSVILLE : : FLOKIDA.
-o- To Tit vl lie and Indian ".
us! '"c.
Plain and Cake made .
-The Jacksonville Herald, of last Fri- Fancy to order. Dealer in
ROCKLEDGE, CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL. .. Baiter's Bread hand.. *
always
day says that the trade. recently made Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,

between Rockwell' & Woodall and the Indian River Florida. \- Also a fil'8tcllllarber shop attached. Fancy and Toilet Articles.

manager of the Dummitt Grove for this S. [RYDER THREE trips weekly between the ST. Parties Meals at desirng all hours to leave; from on 5 n.'morning m.to 11 p.mail m. I Perfumery Dye-sfi s. Paints Oils
boats and hacks will ,
y orange crop has been 'annulled, JOHNS and INDIAN RIVERS. please note' this. ,
Varnishes&brushes&almost
there being some dissatisfaction manifested Owner and Proprietor.: Leaves Enterprise EVERY Monday. Wednesday AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST, kept by a first-class Drug House.everything

on.the part of the company owningthe -0- and Friday )Morning, arriving at AN Good as lie Ilest I Any drug, medicine or instrument -
This House is centrally located Rock-
grove.L. Tit s\"Illc the SAME day. needed bv customers
ledge, in the far-famed Indian River region If you arc in want of anything in the and not on hand, will be ordered.
J.'Carlile has completed the road .
of.Florida and possesses all the ad- HeturningLeaves Tinware line call on Prescriptions carefully compoundednight
running from James Pritchard's. south'ofthe vantages of Climate, Health and Pleasureof Titusville E\"lmY1'uesaJ",Thurs- or day with accuracy and dispatch

Delespine' Grant line, to the road this newly developed region of Florida. day and Saturday morning arriving at F. C. Allen, _by competent persons. Jy36THE I

leading from Hiram Hall's to the Capron Salt Water, Boating, Fishing, Oysters, Enterprise In the e\"ening-A: tJress Georgiana, : : Florida. SLOOP ""AGNES "
trail, so that persons traveling the road W. S. Norwood ,
E Hunting, Rocky Shore, Superb Scenery, -o--
>
through distance of 8| miles commanded by
t can pass a ,
TITUSVILLE
FLORIDA. '
together with the finest Oranges,Bananas, If what you want is not in stock he CAPTAIN JOIIX :MCLEAN
miles be ,
leaving only l\ to mpleted to I
and Guavas of the will make it for before
leave.A .
Pine-apples are some you you Hakes
connect the road with the City Point JAS. PRITCHARD & CO. regular trips on Indian River.
advantages to be found in this favored stock of first-class ware always on SHE CARRIES ,
A
and Rockledge end. locality. OFFER FOR SALE : hand. Repairing done on short notice. FULL SUPPLY OFGroceriesDryGoods ;

-We having been appointed agent for November 1st 183. 6m 27 ,
RATES $2.50 PER DAY. Business Residence Lots
the sale of the well known Bowker and Cotta Canned Goods, '

Stockbridge Orange tree fertilizer and Arrangements made by the Week of Month. Dwellings in [FOR c Restaurant LADIES AND& Reaiini Ron Hats, Boots and Shoes, "
GENTS.
November 8th 13. 23 6m
vegetable manure, we call our reader's Ladies' Shoes in great variety; Prints all
Parkinson
TITUSVILLE.Also ( Place.) new patterns at low
I attention to the new advertisement ont prices.
Established 1878. BgkoMotto: Cleanliness and Good Fare. .
our sixth page. These fertilizer's are sold Unimproved Lots In 32 G.W. Mackenzie. Ready-made Clothing, Toilet Articles: 1

at quite a reduction from last season's XOTIOXS.

prices and are shipped in barrels thus o Be it known to the people o Indian River City. Stereoscope Views. For the cash only j

precluding any waste during their trans- of Indian River and vicinitythat BSfHave a large list of CHOICE SUN PRINTS: OF TROPICAL FLA. \Iarcb 15,41. Gin.PIONEER. 1

portation. Parties desiring to purchase Furnished to all who apply to COOPERAGE.

should write us for particulars, etc. 0 -0 Orange Groves, SPENCER & ARMOUR, j
'
-4*. S'.. S. RYDER Jupiter Light House, Florida. Syrup Barrels $2.50.

Hotel Arrivals. ON HIGH HAMMOCK & FIST-CLASS fi-Views of Yachting parties made to Gauged to order, ten cents extra. 1

For the week ending Tuesday, Dec. order. 27y1
11th, 1883. has again returned from PIXE LANDS, c. o. B. ,
New "iork and offers to the
TITUS HOUSE. I FOR INDIAN Honey Barrels and
, public the -Which we are offering at- RIVER. Oval Water
H A Canova L A I 1
Clayton Garvey, O
Hdckledge: Line.The Breakers .
Thomas Jr, Miss Emily .
and Miss Thomas, Frankfort Ky. ; H T. Largest and Most Complete Assortment BOTTOM PRICES. Steamer, "ASTATULA," From : : 32.00: .. : Up
!
Rockwell, Jacksonville; H Robinson, PINE-APPLE Will leave Sanford anti Enterprise every Tanksand
Macon Ga.: August Hars, Indian River; 0 I v, LANDS, Mon.lny and Thursday: morning at 9 a. m. for
M E English, City; T F Bell, schooner of goods in the county, consisting and Lake Fomaott Landing,connecting with hacks all kinds of COOPEK YORK to order.T. .
9 First Quality At Low Figures. wagons for Rockle.lge and points on Indian .
Pinafore; S J Hodges, Glencoe Fla. ; H ofGENERAL I River. Boats at RoSkledge for all land: JOHNSON
S Adams, R J McCarthy, Oak Hill Fla. Several Large Tracts Of jugs on Indian River,and Lake Worth.ItE..IJRXISG LaGrange. ; Floritla.

Merrill Miller, U f3 Navy; Henry Wilkinson 3IEKCIIANDISE,
Charleston S C; E C Dearborn, HEAVY HAMMOCK LANDS.well Will leave the Landing at Lake Poinsett ev LUMBER
Helena M T L J Kirkham,Jacksonville.LUND O .0 cry Tuesday and Friday and1 .m.making close !
;
connection at Sanford
'HOUSE. of every description. It is I adapted to daily line of steamers for Jacksonville Enterprise and wIth all mil be furnished to order on short notice

S Preston, Traverse City Mich; 0 TRice not necessary to quote prices but Sugar cane,Bananas and Early vegetables. points north and west by rail. at S1S.OO per thousand.
kinds of
C D Case Fisher ,V. Iims or name goods, Capt. Joe Smith, Manager.E. LUMBER
City; whatever want call & SHINGLESAlways
you may Also Lands in all
unimproved sec- B.
T Johnson, A Brady, LaGrange, Fla. ; or send to VANDEMAN, agent at Sanford.
11 S Jones, C H Garvey, Wm Jarvis, 4!: -0 tions of the Note:Take the Saturday and Tuesday steamer on hand.C. .
Rockledge, Fla. M 0 Burnham, Canaveral county. from. Jacksonville to connect with the 1statula. MAGRUDER & CO.

Fku Geo Damon, :Malabar, Fla. M S. Ryder's, Rockledge Parties haying money to purchase mort- 6m

Black, Georgians, Fla.:G W Idner, Mel- JVb trouble to show goods. Kind attention gages, will find safe investments on undoubted C. H. REDDING. nR:_ LUMB R !

bourne Paxton, Fla.Interlachen J W Smith Fla.For ., Kansas; Ed to all and one price. Go to the old stand at security PUREST g BEST GARDEN SEEDS Will be furnished to order on short noticeat
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Roclledge and tee for yourself. If you don'tsee 81S.OO per thosand. .
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Sale. you for Seed Crower, and keeps onl from $20.00 to 824.00 per thousaud. ,
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The Sloop Yacht Rose. Enquire of S. :RYDER exchange; or to let, will receive prompt ern Seeds States.as are Will adapted take to the South LUMBER & SHINGLES j ,

Otto Voss,Titus House. attention. stamps When always on hand.

Titusville Fla. Nov.. 29. 1883. 4w 28m3] ROCKLEDGE, FLORIDA., Titusville,May. 24,1883 4 tf' ordering time. Write less for Catalog Worth. .at* PM.. FISHER. I


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