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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 27, 1883
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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THURSDAY
DEC. 27, 1883. NUMBER 35.; ,

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LETTER.From i
_A. Diesner returned from his' place T regular .
,r ; at New Haven, on steamer Ibis last Sat the currents of public opinion nothing is January.21st, 1884. We cannot afford to entrust the destinies \ GTO, D.correspondent.YASHI C., Dec. 15,)lSS 1.

: more obvious than that the Democrats To. Planters, Fruit Growers and theirFriends of our State to such an administration The West has the chairmanship of the

urday.Mr.. S. J. Frost; with quite; a partyof have struck, popular, chord in comingout in Florida: as would come in power by republican National Committee and the Convention

ladies and gentlemen stopped at this so boldly in favor of a policy of tariff Reasons and arguments why a confer success at the next election. There shouldbe will be held at Chicago on June 3rd both

place last Saturday, in the sloop Julia F. reform and tax reduction. Both adherents ence of the leading agriculturists and in Florida no sectional divisions in of these results were undoubtedly- ,unex- -

: Admiral Welch, of the Boston Yacht and opponents perceive clearly thatthis their coadjutors in :Florida should be party lines. We hear West Florida and p ected in the East. The contest both for

Club, and lady arrived here last Friday. is what the election of CarlisleasSpeak- held are scarcely needed. They will suggest East Florida, and Middle Florida and the chairmanship and the location were

They intend to spend the winter on our er means. Twice before at critical junc- themselves to every thinking man. South Flori spoken of, but when one largely influenced by jKjrsonal and political
tures the Democrats have We want and better from
been more knowledgeof
frightened can go Jacksonville to Fensacola considerations
river aboard of their commodious yacht and it will perhaps in
': "Vole." off from the proclamation of this policy our climate amI'soil, of fertilizers uud "less than twenty-four hours, and will some quarters be made to that ;i
by the Republican hue and cry that business tillage, of drainage and crops for the "flat soon be able to go from Fernanditui to the struggle was in a appear
received calls from great measure between
-We pleasant friends last Thurs-several I interests were. in peril. At last they woods," and for the dry lands, of the Tampa in twelve hours, these ancient geographical the friends of the rival PreSidential

of LaGrange have summoned up courage to stand staple field crops and the stock, of truck designations disappear, and we aspirants. "' -
day, Mr.and Mrs. J. N.. Feaster, Mrs. their ground and gardening and fruits of and should be
confess the faith that is marketings among ourselves what we are The original of
and Mrs. B. R. Wilson purpose tho Arthurmen
Dr. and
Coleman, in them; and the consequence is that, in transportation:*, of fences, ,. pastures and proud to appear before the world, simply was to have an Eastern:! man for
daughter, and Miss Palmer. less than it meadows, of and fodder for our Florida. Our interests ,
: a fortnight, has become plainly grasses are the same from chairman, and to have the convention
l Our office received a brief but pleasant evident that stock of nil kinds of and food the Perdido
the strong current of popular grain cropsof to the St. Johns, and from held at Saratoga or 'Philadelphia. The
call from Mr. Merill :Miller, of the approval is with them on this vital windbreaks and forests, of buildings the St. Marys to the Caloosahatchce. republican national committee did '

U. S. Navy, last Wednesday morning. issue. The more fanatical of the Protectionist and building materials, of labor saving There is really no North Florida and no than fix upon June 3rd as the ,time more and

Jlr. Miller is from Charleston and has I I organs have filled the air with a incl other implements for use in agricultural South Florida. Florida is all South.11'e Chicago as the place at which the

the inspection of the light houses in this cloud of dust from whose murky interior pursuits, of the methods and other hoC also to see our worthy contemporaries republican convention should be held next

district.Mr.. come shrieks and yells and groans and matters relating to the planting of trees drop the slang of the day for, in so far as the committee by its formal i

Spencer, Superintendent of Life predictions dire ; but with no one to get and plants and of the location best adapted about rings. We hear of this ring and resolutions: could determine the issues

, Saving Stations and a Mr. Bibb, stopped frightened at it, the manufacture of this to their growth ; of winter gardeningand that rind the Jacksonville ring and upon which the next campaign-

at this place last, Friday morning, on noise is gradually losing its zest for those protection from the cold of winter, the Tallahassee ring. 'rheream, so far should be fought, it selected "protection"

their way to Banana river to locate Houses who are making it. and the effects of moisture and heat in we know or believe, no political rings in as the "central feature,of the republican

: of Refuge on the coast. They intend to The truth is that the relative attitudeof summer; of the thermals of the year and the Democratic party in this State, no platform." As}it was at Chicago that the

follow the coast around to Cedar Key. the two parties has completely changed each month of the year; of ,the hyatosals machines and no bosses. We are quitesure republican party made their first successful

Owing to an accident happening to since the meeting of Congress. ,For alp- and rainfalls at all seasons, in all portions that the worthy gentlemen in our nomination for the presidency, that
wards of sixteen of the State of the innumerableconditions centers of population like Jacksonville
the ;
Republican has claim
the machinery of the steamer Ibis, near years some to be considered the cradle '
Rockledge, last Wednesday, which delayed party has stood before the country as therepresentative incident to and affecting the Pcnsacola, Gainesville, Ocala, etc., earn of the party. The convention of June

her nearly a day and a half, the mail of a definite policy which agriculture of the State. estly desire the success of the Democratic next will be the eighth national convention -

was brought up to this place in a sailboat they were always ready to avow, while To consider the vast matters affecting party in the interest of good governmentand of the republican party, and of the
the Democratic the agriculture of the State, and endeavor the welfare and prosperity of the.
,The Ibis started again Friday mor party has wavered around eight, four will have been held in Chicago -
ninO' a number of "issues" with no one'of to solve some of them, the active agriculturists State. They give largely of their time -those of 1SGO, 18GS, 1880 and 1884. '

eWe which it was willing to face fearlesslyand and those who'take an interest in to the furtherance of this object. They The republican senatorial caucus
r yesterday -
wish to correct an error which unflinchingly the hazard of the ba the most important of all our industries, know that organization is necessary t o nominated Gen. Anson'G. McCook

appeared in the STAR several weeks ago. lot box. By the election of Carlisle the are requested to meet in a general confer meet the thorough and compact organization for secretary the Senate over Geo. C. '

In mentioning the receipt of several fine Democrats have at last raised aloft the ence, at the city of Gainesville, on the of the opponents of the Democrat Gorham, who had the misfortune to be

Sicily'lemons, our types gave the donoras venerable banner of the party, and rangedthemseh"cs 21st day of January, at 2o'clock, p. in., ic party, and they deserve credit for theirzeal Mahone's candidate for that position.
J. M. Feaster, when it should have
and continue in session shall and
squarely in favor of the reduction as long as energy. Mahonc made a speech in support of his
read Jacob N. Feaster. Honor to whom L be deemed advisable.It The gentlemen who form the
Executive
of the tariff and the removal of friend, urging his:: nomination by a former
hcnor is due.During is desirable that all who attend shall Department at Tallahassee
superfluous taxes. And in front of this represent caucus as a claim upon the members of
the past two weeks, the sloop intrenched position the Republicans are select some subject, and commit their different parts of the State, and certainly the present Senate, but dwelling with.

Agnes has been stationed at this place, already showing signs of bewilderment, thoughts to writing and read the same at no one would class Mr. Crawford and most emphasis upon the alleged fact

and her captain has had her hauled out and hesitation, and discord. the meeting. Where several papers arc General Barnes and Judge White, and i that Gorham's defeat "would be misinterpreted -

and thoroughly overhauled. She started When Carlisle was elected by a majority presented on the same subject it will be Mr. Foster, Mr. Rainey and Mr. L'Engle ; throughout the South as in
down the river Saturday morning; advisable to them all before discussions as a ring. Tallahassee has few resident
on of two to one over Randall, the tool of present very -: some sense disapproval of the liberal

; Captain McLean: reported large sales ofChristmas the Monopolists, such organs as the New commence. For, that i'urposcthe politicians, and certainly members : movement." Much sympathy is expressed *

; presents. York Tribune and the Philadelphia Press authors are requested to address meat of the Democratic party are to be accounted -. for Mr. Gorham, whom it had been

-During the present week the STAB felt cock-sure that they had only to sound Gainesville during the previous week neither better nor worse; because supposed would receive the nomination a

office,is executing another large order of the alarm of imperilled business intereststo giving a brief abstract of the papers, in they reside in Middle Florida, South for secretary, but who was sacrificed at '

descriptive circulars for the real estate set Wall street and Third street in a order that they may be classified. Florida, or elsewhere. While we all have the behest of certain cliques in his party

firm of Jas. FritcEard& Co. These largeorders fever of excitement, and thus frighten The Times-Union, Dispatch and someother an especial interest in our vicinity we can which have never performed one-tenth of

taken in connection with the publishing the Democrats into a disavowal of their papers will have reporters on the unite in advancing the best interests o.f the service for it which he has rendered.

of the: STAB keeps our force con action. Well, the experiment was tried, ground, and give publicity to the proceedings the State by, selecting, when the time Like all men of individuality and positive
and thus full reports will be comes, men who, on account of their high
stantly employed. and is still being tried ; and while neither qualities, Mr. Gorham has enemies '

!-We publish the following for the Wall street nor Third street exhibits the secured. character, intelligence, faithfulness and I but no man has stronger friends, and he
of interest much less The citizens of Gainesville tender theircxcel1ent honesty, will commend their candidacy has the satisfaction of
benefit of our orange shippers, viz; that faintest sign of apprehension knowing that he is I
hall for the meetings, and to to the whole people of the State.STATE held
they should put the full address of the some of the leading "inter .,.'. in high esteem by men as eminent .
party to whom they are shipping on each ests" that are supposed to be "imperilled" give the hospitality of free entertainmentto NEWS. in the republican party as those who con-
all in the work of the
box,and not the initials alone. Steamers are privately assuring the Democratic participants tributed to his defeat. *

, have refused to receive them when they leaders that if they willireally reduce the meeting.In Jacksonville was visited with ice one On Monday and Tuesday 1,760 bills i

: are not properly addressed.Mr. .. taxes, reduce the Government expenses, addition to the papers to be readand quarter of an inch thick, on the night of were introduced in the House of Representatives -
, the discussions thereon, it may be the 12th inst.
and remodel the tariff on a sound revenue a slightly smaller number
A. P. Cleveland, of Rockledge, basis without introducing too greator too proper to consider the following objects: The Oclawaha river has been too low than were sent to the clerk's desk at the
has our thanks for a sample of his Guava 1. A of all the
sudden changes, they will confer greater complete organization for navigation of steamers as far up as opening of the preceeding Congress, but
. Catsup, manufactured by himself at his interests of the State and of
benefits upon the business interests of th agricultural ; Leesburg for,some time. quite enough to keep members busy for,
factory at the above named place. WepronounCe country than could be secured in any ethe counties and neighborhoods. The young,folks of DeLand held a the rest of their official life. The bills

it the finest that we have ever 2. A combination that shall enable meeting last Saturday for the purpose of cover the whole field of legislation, from

tasted. Mr. Cleveland also manufacturesa way.The prompt and complete failure of Florida to act in perfect unison at the forming a library and reading association propositions to change the organic law of

very superior quality of guava jelly. these two experiments leaves us in some e great exposition.to be held at New Orleans This is a'commendable enterprise the land down to the granting of relief to i

-The sloop "Stella," stopped at this doubt as to what will be the Republican in 1884, and at other places as maybe The new iron steamer Cygnus, of the a private claimant for some trivial dam-

. place last Thursday on her way from policy; but there are symptoms that they i necessary to place .her in the high Iron Steamboat Company of New York, age sustained twenty or fifty years ago.

. Jacksonville to Cleveland's Jelly Factoryat will settle down upon the claim that, rank she can hold among the States of has commenced her trips on the St.Johns Most of these measured are old acquaintances -

Bockledge. She left Jacksonville on conceding the necessity of tariff and, tax I the Union. between Jacksonville and Palatka. but a few show the spread of new

the 12th inst., stopping at St. Augustinefor reform, the Republicans, rather than the 3. To learn what we may produce better : Schooners have been again started on ideas. The rumor which has cropped. up
and more abundantly than we are the route from Jacksonville to New from time time for
of to
Her consisted Smyrna more than
a day or so. ,crew Democrats are the ones to carry it out. a year
Alonzo Howe, C. 31 Howe, Chas. Dodoof This is a good deal more plausible basis now doing, and thus not only increaseour as the steamer Greenwich can't beginto that Gen. Arthur wished to change the I '

Boston, and Wm. Cleveland of Indian for a contest than either of the preceeding wealth, but raise our people to that transport the freight between those head of the Treasury Department is lively

River. ones, and it would probably diddethe high grade which we are entitled to occupy places. It is said that the freight business again. Gen. Arthur wishes to insure
by reason of our climate healthfulness sufficient for three steamers the size of greater political efficiency in the depart-
reformers
allegiance of the independent -
-'Ve have received from the publisherC.
and soil. the Greenwich.
ment, and laterally a more direct
K. Monroe of New York a copy ers ; but the mass of voters will probably. exercise ;
4.To discover the best means for obtaining of its
Senator Call in the Senate great power with reference
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retain their habitual suspicion of new recentlyasked to
"The Florida Annual volume of two
a ,
certain and better returns his
more of
for and obtained unanimous pursuit the Presidential nomina
consent
the bestmen
and will decide that
hundred is vast amountof converts,
'. pages, in which a to out a reform are those who for our labor. to bring in a bill for the erection of tion. Judge Folger is a poor politician, i ie
information desirable to intending carry of most
experienced
Many our men
and under him
a public building at Jacksonville for tltpurpose the Treasury Department- 1
received the
it before it had
Florida River is championed
Indian have
settlers. Our and writers already promised to attend has been better
of a custom house court houseand no in a political
sense,
1 represented article from endorsement of popular approval.Altogether and means will be used to
descriptive
by a secure than in
the results of Carlisle'selection o. post-office. He also introduced a bill a lying hospital. The importance '
the The statistical ,
pen of Wallace R. Moses. others. i
to Gen. Arthur's
vindicated the which provides for an appropriation of fortunes of activity "in
tables fifty ;md af- have already Dated at the office of the Statistical %
pages
occupy that branch of
hundred thousand dollars for the the service has
one long been
: in'amnaU wisdom of the party's choice ;and if the
ford
a great deal of information Agent of Florida for the United States
foreseen
in the mouth of the St. Johns River.Haulover but not so actually felt as of
Travelers race were to be run over again, Bureau Limona HHlsbor-
includes
space. It also Agricultural c"e.. late. Any number of local bosses
Guide light of what is now known, Carlislewould Fla. December 15 1883.J. are
: and information for sportsmen ough county, Dottings.A. waiting for Arthur to decide
, whether he
and invalids. Send fifty cents to the'pub- be first and Randall nowhere. G. KNAPP, E. Rockwell, of Jacksonville, wa will keep Folger and lose delegates

Usher, at 140 Nassau street, New York Times-Union. "t.t. State Statistical Agent. here a few days since. He put his handsat asking for his resignation secure for, or him by

City,and.secure a cop .1.1. work picking oranges on the Perry self the delegates which .
I : Tom Jenkins, of Green Cove Springs, may nominate
A named John Coley, captured .
*.el. negro property.On him.
last week which weighed AUGUST.
The Floridian says that the advance caught a sturgeon a large rattlesnake alive a few days ago, Tuesday morning about thirty feet ..et" "

guard of an army of tramps said to be' on ninety pounds. near Palatka. He caught it by the neck of the canal caved in, completely blocking Our New Steamers.

} their way to Florida.has reached Talla- The Halifax Journal says "too manygreen and carried it a half a mile to a house it up. It took the labor of ten men Mr. J..Lori liard has just had built at

ba ee. .. oranges has given the orange mar where it was lodged into a box. one day to make it navigable for small New York two new steamers, which he
ket the colic." Yea, and if the shipmentof will run on Indian River. One of the
The boats and should a boat of size
schooner Alice landed at Apalachicola A sneak thief entered the bedroom of any Attempt -
don't stop FloridaThe can steamers is side-wheel and the other
Is
recently 819 bunches of sponge as green oranges Digs F. R. Lamb, at Tallahassee, recently to go through, they had heftDome er a
bid to her reputation for excellent propeller. The former is ninety feet '
good bye
the result of a, four weeks' trip and stole seventy dollars in cash. prepared with axes and shovels. long, -
oranges. about fourteen feet beam and two feet depth of
the to close there
sponge was sold for $851. During year
dde ertiaerthe : has The faculty of the East Florida Seminary : hold. They have been fitted up with fine
The editor of the.,Waldo have been seven added to
F The daily issue of the Gainesville Bee have adopted a uniform for themselves our populationby passenger accommodations. They are
,5 will be enlarged to five 'columns to letters from ''V tty Wallack, dated at -black, with brass- buttons and birth; three have married, and fortunately now\on their way to Indian River, and f
Nassau, which,is evidence that the troupe the reaper Death has not seen fit will probably arrive there sometime the
page on the 1st of January' ; an appropriate were not drowned as recently reported. J the Coat of Arms of the StaU in gold. to take any of us away. present week.-Times-Union, ,13th inst.
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VOLUME IV: # TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DEC. 271883. ., NUMBER 35LOCAL .'

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a ITEMS.A. ( A POPULAR POLICY. AGRICULTURAL CONFERENCE. STATE POLITICS.From OUlt WASHINGTON LETTE1C. ;

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Diesner returned from his placeat T
New Haven, on steamer Ibis last Sat- the currents of public opinion nothing is January,21st, 18tH.To" We cannot afford to entrust the destinies WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 15, 188:1

more obvious than that the Democrats Planters, Fruit Growers and their of our State to such an administration The West: has the chairmanship of the

urday.Mr.. S. J. Frost, with quite a partyof have struck a popular chord in comingout Friend in Florida: as would come in power by republicansuccess National Committee and the Conventionwill

ladies and gentlemen stopped at this so boldly in favor of a policy of tariff Reasons and arguments why a confer- at the next election. There shouldbe be held at Chicago on June 3rd, both a aof

last Saturday, in the sloop Julia F. reform and tax reduction. Both adherents ence of the leading agriculturists and in Florida no sectional divisions in these results were undoubtedly unex- "

k place Admiral Welch, of the Boston Yacht and opponents perceive clearly that their coadjutors in Florida should be party lines. We hear West Florida and petted in the East. The contest both for

this is what the election of Carlisle as Speaker held are scarcely needed. They will sug- East Florida, and Middle Florida and the chairmanship and the location were
and lady arrived here last Friday.
Club, !, means. Twice before at critical junctures gest themselves to every thinking man. South Flori spoken of, but when one largely influenced by personal and political
intend to spend the winter on our ;
They aboard of their commodious yacht the Democrats have been frightened We want more and better knowledgeof can go from Jacksonville to Pensacola in considerations, and it will perhaps in

river off from the proclamation of this policy our climate uiul soil, of fertilizers mid less than twenty-four hours, and will some quarters be made to appear that

, "Vole'V by the Republican hue and cry that business tillage, of drainage and crops for the lat 'soon be able to go from Fernandina to the struggle was in a great measure between -

" received pleasant calls from several interests were, in peril. At last they woods," and for the dry lands, of the Tampa in twelve hours, these ancient geographical the friends of the rival Presidential -

; of our LaGrange friends last Thursday have summoned up courage to stand staple field crops and the stock, of truck designations disappear, and we aspirants. _

f Mr.and Mrs. J. N., Feaster, Mrs.I their ground and confess the faith that is gardening and fruits, of marketings:: and should be among ourselves what we are The original purpose of the Arthurmen i:i

; Coleman, Dr. and :Mrs. B. R. Wilson and in them; and the consequence is that, inlC:5.i transportations, of fences pastures and proud to appear before the world, simply was to have an Eastern: man for :

: daughter, and Miss Palmer. than a fortnight, it has become plainly meadows, of grasses and fodder for our | Florida. Our interests are the same from chairman, and to have the convention

. } Dar office received a brief but pleasant evident that the strong current of popular stock of all kinds, of grain and food crops I the Perdido to the Ft. Johns, and from held at Saratoga or Philadelphia. The :;

2 call from Mr. :Merill Miller, of the approval is with them on this vital of windbreaks ami forests, of buildingsand the St. Marys to the Caloosahatchce. republican national committee, did more j

' U. S. Navy, last Wednesday morning. issue. The more fanatical of the Protectionist building materials, of labor saving There i is really no North Florida and no than fix upon June 3rd as the time and ,

Mr. Miller is from Charleston and has organs have filled the air with a and other implements for use in agricultural South Florida. Florida is all South. Chicago as the place at which the next ,

,. the inspection of the light houses in this cloud of dust from whose:: murky interior pursuits, of the methods and other We hope also to see our worthy Contemporaries republican convention should be held, i

t district.Mr.. come shrieks and yells and groans and matters relating to the planting of trees drop the slang of the day for, in so far as the committee by its formal -

f-, Spencer, Superintendent of 'Life predictions dire ; but with no one to get and plants and of the location best adap- about rings. We hear of this ring and resolutions could determine the issues -

Saving Stations and a Mr. Bibb, stopped frightened at it, the manufacture of this ted to their growth ; of winter gardeningand that ring the Jacksonville ring and upon which the next campaign

;:' at this place last Friday morning, on noise is gradually losing its zest for those protection from the cold of winter, the Tallahassee ring. There are, so far as I should be fought, it selected"protection"

t. their way to Banana river to locate Houses who are making it. and the effects of moisture and heat in I we know or believe, no political rings in OvS the "central feature,of the republican

' of Refuge on the coast. They intend to The truth is that the relative attitudeof summer; of the thermals of the year and the Democratic party in this State, no platform." As it was at Chicago that the

f. follow the coast around to Cedar Key. the two parties has completely changed each month of the year; of ,the hyatosalsand machines and no bosses. We are quite republican party made their first successful -

since the meeting of Congress. ,For upwards rainfalls at all seasons, in all portions sure that the worthy gentlemen in our nomination for the presidency, that
to accident happening to
l Owing an of the steamer, Ibis near of sixteen years the Republican of the State ; of the innumerable centers of population like Jacksonville, hag some claim to be considered i the cradle '
the machinery ,
f which party has stood before the country as the conditions incident to and affecting the Pcnsacola, Gainesville, Ocala, etc., earnestly of the party. The convention of June
last Wednesday delayed -
s; Rocldedge, representative of a definite policy which agriculture of the State. desire the success of the Democratic next will be the eighth national convention -
and half the mail
r her,nearly a day a To consider the vast matters affecting party in the interest of good
governmentand of the republican
this in sailboat they were always ready to avow, while party, and of the :
to place a
was brought up the Democratic party has wavered arounda the agriculture of the State, and endeavorto the welfare and prosperity of the eight, four will have been held in .Chicago ;

'\ I ,The Ibis started. again Friday mor- number of "issues" with no one'of solve some of them, the active agriculturists State. They give largely of their timeto -those of 1860, 18G8, 1880 and 18&I. I

7 ning. which it was willing to face fearlesslyand and those who"take an interest in the furtherance of this object. They The republican senatorial caucus yesterday !

r We wish to correct an error which unflinchingly the hazard of the bah the most: important of all our industries, know that organization is necessary to nominated Gen. Anson'G. McCook 1

f: {, appeared in the STAB several weeks ago. lot box. By the election of Carlisle the are requested to meet in a general confer- meet the thorough and compact organi- for secretary of the Senate over Geo. C.

't In mentioning the receipt of several fine Democrats have at last raised aloft the ence, at the city of Gainesville, on the :zation of the opponents of the Democrat Gorham, who had the misfortune to be

[: Sicily'lemons, our types gave the donor venerable banner of the party,and ranged 21st day of January, at 2,0'clock p. m., ic party, and they deserve credit for their Mahone's candidate for that position. '

& as J. M. Feaster, when it should have themselves squarely in favor of the reduction and continue in session as long as shall zeal and energy. Mahone made a speech in support of his

read Jacob N. Feaster. Honor to whom of the tariff and the removal of be deemed advisable.It The gentlemen who form the Executive friend, urging his nomination by a former I

i' hcnor is due.During superfluous taxes. And in front of this is desirable that all who attend shall Department at Tallahassee represent caucus as a claim upon the members of 1

t'_ the past two weeks, the sloop intrenched position the Republicans are select some subject, and commit their I different parts of the State, and certainlyno the; present Senate, but dwelling with. 1

f; Agnes has been stationed at this place, already showing signs of bewilderment, thoughts to writing and read the same at one would class Mr. Crawford and most emphasis upon the alleged fact .

and her captain has had her hauled out and hesitation, and discord. the meeting. Where several papers are General Barnes and Judge White, and that Gorham's defeat "would be misin-

;; and thoroughly overhauled. She started When Carlisle was elected by a majority presented on the same subject it will be Mr. Foster, Mr. Rainey and Mr. L'Engleas terpreted throughout the South as in

down the river on Saturday morning. of two to one over Randall, the tool of advisable to present them all before discussions a ring. Tallahassee has very few resi- some sense disapproval of the liberal t

{ c Captain McLean reported large sales off the Monopolists, such organs as the New commence. For, that purposethe dent politicians, and certainly members !' movement." Much sympathy is expressed *

\' \i 1.Christmas presents. York Tribune and the Philadelphia Press authors are requested to address me of the Democratic party are to be accounted for Mr. Gorham, whom it had been

at Gainesville during the previous week neither better nor worse because supposed would receive the nominationfor i
f. I During the present week the STAB felt cock-sure that they had only to sound
giving a brief abstract of the papers, in they reside in Middle Florida, South secretary, but who was sacrificed
of
i} office_is executing another large order the alarm of imperilled business intereststo at
order that they be classified. Florida, or elsewhere. While we all liavs the behest of certain
may cliques in his
descriptive circulars for the real estate set Wall street and Third street in a party
I The Times-Union Dispatch and some an especial interest in our vicinity we can which have
never performed one-tenth of
firm of Jas. PritcEard& Co. These large fever of excitement, and thus frightenthe
l' orders taken in connection with the publishing Democrats into a disavowal of their other papers will have reporters on the unite in advancing the best interests of the service for it which he has rendered.
ground and give publicity to the the State by selecting, when the time Like all of
pro- men individuality and
tried posi-
the
1 of the STAB keeps our force constantly action. Well, experiment was ,
: and thus full will be comes men who on account of their high
i" employed.We and is still being tried; and while neither ceedings, reports tive qualities, Mr. Gorham has enemies
Third exhibits the secured. character, intelligence, faithfulness and but no man has stronger friends, and he
for the Wall street not street
:i publish the following The citizens of Gainesville tender their honesty, will commend their candidacyto has the satisfaction of knowing that he is
faintest sign of interest, much less of ap-
benefit of our orange shippers, viz; _that excellent hall for the meetings, and togie the whole people of the State. held in high esteem by men as eminent
full address of the prehension, some of the leading "inter- ... ,
they should put the 4. '-
the of free entertainmentto in the
, hospitality republican party as those who con-
each ests" that are supposed to be "imperilled" STATE NEWS.
j:. party to whom they are shipping on all participants in the work of the tributed to his defeat. IOn
I box,and not the initials alone. Steamers are privately assuring the Democratic Jacksonville visited with ice and
meeting.In was Monday
one Tuesday 1,760 bills r
leaders that if they willireally reduce the
:,i have refused to receive them when they addition to the papers to be read quarter of an inch thick, on the night of were introduced in the House of Representatives -
: ... taxes, reduce the Government expenses,
are not properly addressed.Mr. and the discussions thereon it be the 12th inst.
t- and remodel the tariff on a sound revenue may a slightly smaller ,number ;
A. P. Cleveland, of Rockledge, basis without introducing too great-or too proper to consider the following objects: The Oclawaha river has been too low than were sent to the clerk's, desk at the J

Ii' has our thanks for a sample of his Guava sudden changes, they will confer greater 1. A complete organization of all the for navigation of steamers as far up as opening of the preceeding, Congress, but 1

ir. Catsup, manufactured by himself at his benefits the business interests of the agricultural interests of the State; and of Leesburg for some time. quite enough to keep members busy for,

J factory at the above named place. We I upon than could be secured in any the counties and neighborhoods. The young,folks of DeLand held a the rest of their official life. The bills

i pronounce it the finest that we have ever country 2. A combination that shall enable meeting last Saturday for the purpose of cover the whole field of legislation, from

, tasted. Mr. Cleveland also manufactures way.The and complete failure of Florida to act in perfect unison at the forming a library and reading association.This propositions to change the organic law of
prompt
:!i a.very superior quality of guava jelly. these two experiments leaves us in !some great exposition.to be held at New Or- is a'commendable enterprise.The the land down to the granting of relief to

at this leans in 1884, and at other places as may new iron steamer Cygnus, of the a private claimant for some'trivial damage
The sloop "Stella, stopped doubt as to what will be the Republican
from be necessary to place .her in the high Iron Steamboat Company of New York, sustained twenty or fifty years
: place last ,Thursday on her way but there are symptoms that they ago.
hr policy; rank she can hold among the States of has commenced her trips on the St.Johns Most of these measured are old acquaintances -
wJacksonville to Cleveland's Jelly Factory! will settle down upon the claim that,
the Union. between J Jacksonville and Palatka. but a few show the spread of new
Rockledge.: She left Jacksonville on conceding the necessity of tariff and, tax
learn what bet- Schooners have been started ideas. The which
3. To we may produce again on rumor has cropped 1
the 12th inst. stopping at St. Augustinefor reform the rather than the up
N. Republicans,
,
of ter and more abundantly than we are the route from Jacksonville to New Smyrna from time to time for more than 'a year ;
for a day or so. Her crew consisted Democrats are the ones to carry it out.
now doing, and thus not only increaseour as the steamer Greenwich can't beginto that Gen. Arthur wished to change'the I '
Alonzo Howe C. :M. Howe, Chas. Dodge, This is deal more plausible basis
_ a good
wealth, but raise our people to that transport the freight between those head of the Treasury Department is live 1
Boston and Wm. Cleveland of Indian than either of the preceeding -
f for a contest which entitled to It is said that the business Gen. Arthur
high grade we are occupy places. freight ly again. wishes to insure
.
River. divide
and it would probably
f y. ones, by reason of our climate healthfulness sufficient for three steamers the size of greater political efficiency in the depart- j
: -We have; received from the publisher the allegiance of the independent reformers and soil. the Greenwich. ment,and laterally a more direct exer-

tJj C. K.Monroe, of New York, a copy of ; but the mass of ,voters will probably 4.To discover the best means for ob- Senator Call, in the Senate, recently cise of its great power'with reference to \

i: "The Florida Annual," a volume of twoI retain their habitual suspicion of newconerts taining more certain and better returns asked for and obtained unanimous con- his pursuit of the Presidential nomina:
best i
the
that
hundred pages, in which is a vast amount and will decide who for our labor. sent to bring in a bill for the erection of tion. Judge Folger is a poor politician,
of information desirable to intending men to carry out a reform are those Many of our most experienced men public building at Jacksonville for the and under him the Treasury Department, j
River is championed it before it had received the and writers have already promised to at- has been
Florida settlers. Our Indian purpose of a custom house, court house no better in a political sense; :
i represented by a descriptive article fromt' endorsement of popular approval.Altogether tend, and means will- be used.. to secure and post-office. He also introduced a bill than a lying in hospital. The importance 1'
Carlisle'se1ection
of
the pen of Wallace R. Moses. The statistical the results others. which provides for an appropriation of to Gen. Arthur's fortunes of activity "in l

t ,tables occupy fifty pages;nd afford have already vindicated the Dated at the office of the Statistical one hundred thousand dollars for the that branch of the service has long been%
wisdom of the party's choice ;and if the Florida for the United States .
f a great deal of information in a Agent of mouth of the St. Johns River. foreseen, but not so actually felt as of
email! space. It also includes a_Travelers race were to be run over again, in the Agricultural Bureau, Limona, Hillsbor- ..... late. Any number of local bosses are

t Guide and information, for sportsmen light of what is now known, Carlisle ough county, Fla., December 15, 1883.J. Haulover Dot iDgS. waiting for Arthur to decide whether he
,
.. and invalids. Send fifty cents to tbe publisher would be first and Randall nowhere.Times .- G. KNAPP, A. E. Rockwell, of Jacksonville, was will keep Folger and lose delegates, or by J:

.. at 140 Nassau street, New York -Union. State Statistical Agent. here a few days since. He put his handsat asking for his resignation secure for him-

41.1W .II.wr work picking oranges, on the Perry self the which
* City,and secure a copy. of Green Cove Springs, delegates may nominate
Jenkins
! : c..,. Tom A negro, named John Coley, captureda property.On him. AUGUST. .
The Floridian says that the advance caught a sturgeon last week which weighed large rattlesnake alive a few days ago, Tuesday morning about thirty feet -... ...,

guard of an of tramps said to be on ninety pounds.The near Palatka He caught it by the neck of the canal caved in, completely block Our New Steamers.Mr. .

their way to army Florida,has reached Talla- Halifax Journal says "too many and carried it a half a mile to a house ing it up. It took the labor of ten men : J..Lorillard has just had built at

hassee. green oranges has given the orange mar- where it was lodged into a box. one day to make it navigable. for small New York two new steamers, which he
and if the shipment will run on Indian River. One of the
I ket the colic Yea, boats and should boat of size
a attempt
any
The schooner Alice landed at Apalachicola Florida A sneak thief entered the bedroom of steamers is side-wheel and the other is
can
don't stop bettecome a
819 bunches of sponge, as, of green oranges Mrs. F. R. Lamb, at Tallahassee, recentlyand to go through, they ,had r
recently for excellent propeller. The former is ninety feet long -' i
,
her reputation
} bid good bye to. prepared with axes and shovels.
the result of a,four weeks' trip The stole seventy dollars in cash. fourteen feet beam and two feet dep h of
the about close there ,
oranges. During to i
mange was sold for $851. The faculty of the East Florida Seminary year hold. They have been fitted up with fine '".
The editor of the,Waldo Advertiser hasletters'froni'Watty have been seven added to our populationby accommodations. are
The the Gainesville Bee 'have adopted a uniform for themselves passenger They .t
of
issue
k' daily Wallack, dated at, birth; three have married, and fortunately now on their way to Indian River, and '
; :will be enlarged to five columns to the which is evidence that the troupe -black, with brass buttons and the reaper Death has not seen 'fi t; will probably arrive there sometime the 1

page on the 1st of January; an appropriate Nassau not, drowned, as recently reported. J the Coat of Arms of the State in gold. to take any of us away. present week.:Timu-Union, 13th inst :i

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['II;.,.........'-.:... Oa... .8eaoolrM 'l" those from 'the mound, and went away, He Mad It Caw"I.didnotsaya old hitching post though it is so long
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"ref'a. : .. : i i'i' I feeling.that Tatar light oat of heavenoast"have since ,ou'vd stopped? at .i There haynotbeen
'! great many
.4 1tie: i-;. to rsourid J '
'- "* nTbn board much
AleUerl the training Sriitinglatuily. Eemera
little band
otetoimala'ttr c o 3 3gchoolship served the' to words said John Mackiefresh in a
mounts <
: .11r ; : th iUbcal regioocosiaine ftt'1 St.;:MaryTa, at New London, hold out in 'dotory''sa'they: did to the slow ,grinding sort of a way 'but I her how brother used to rush. out in his
bPRs laid aside '
months have been old blue coat Alice and
'two
The past -
says: end. "
; it'll cut.
.
rdreN'apoocdiag to_IU".t -otl Far!*, guess
busy ones for graduating boys, who t' ... hard Mrs. Mackiefresh rose up out of her
r :French-fani'to their "I wish hadn't writ so ,
prefemageten! :''t. ye
Tb Bad Boy from Home furs like startled
constantly"occupied.in Away a'
have been preparing Twos enveloping Biqni-
John
ri own decorated wtthjuie incident of ireDoHffWrfld .I ; said his wife,pitee y.
themselves for the ordeal of the She her
pinched nuaband's
'the-i xet de., In Seville, : : all the worse for bein so short. Your maUL ana
coming examination. They have been "Oh, people are"' not aIr as 'good as believe hysterically, and he in his tarn ribbed
to
.'awriler: ," .'the -blast. ,JIIce mantillais brothers and 1 don't never mean
styf.sis I worn'..fOhttrcMaAd'to some vxtent hard at work preparing specimens of you and' .I are,", said the groceryman, that Samuel meant to cheat ye out his eyes had out at the sight of the' apparition

'r ;' -;:;tbefstreet. ;. ,bat .the hat. Ji ,the their skilLin ,the use of. the marlingspike as ho watched the boy making a sneakon of that $200." that confronted. him."Gome '
: and:.palm, and needle. 'Navigation bunch of But did ib'l come in!" it cried cordial.ly .
,, cove'r'o': ? ttib; nett fasnion; more' the a crapes. you "What di I he mean then?" snapped
rrs pttyand.thehfgh'combs: : bare gone 'al- has also had a large share of their go to the circus" her husband fiercely, Ms square dogged "Ion must be half frozen' troth of
arid "
i '$ together. 1 do-not, know why .:a worran.erea attention, they'begm to feel them "Circus? Well, I should assimilate. chin in the air as he combed his you
' ,a- lain wotnaivi;should-be so utterly selves capable of navigating a ship to And it is a wonder I am not there yet. whiskers upward a favorite action of .How do you come here?" acid John
:
" any part of world and under all circum- But whatever do don't ask if Macklefresb fearful not
fsiciiiatog'in-a. \maatilla,"';thrpwn over a you pa his when he felt particularly pugnaci- stirring a a&ep"ill
high.comb''aDd falling:gracefully over stances. This year the boys have been he was at the circus, 'cause he will kill answer to this invitation.

the:.oaldeir/JteppiDjr. -,daintily ia. high- divided in a manner different' from the you. You see pa and I drove up to the ous.Mrs Mackiefresh turned one of the How do you came, I should say,"
,
rule heretofore followed, that is, the race-track where the circus was in the returned brother Samuel for it
., heeled'shoes' with pointed,_ toes and long stockings she was darning from : was he,
first and second divisions are composedof evening and after the circus was out blue coat brass buttons and
moving herlarge,fan.wlth Just that 'non- heel to toe and back again before she all. Come,
...1ua'&lr' 10' ,sccnrately calculate to the graduating class and those of the we waited to see the men take the tents are you dead? You act so."

,wound but note to_ kilL "In .the -wholeirenibly new boys who have merited the, honor down, and after they had gone we answered"Didn't; nothin'" husband she No," broke in Mrs. John who had
saw one by their behavior and application during started to drive home. It was darker mean "but
I only .or two .national found a tongue, we though JOT
"We're all feller.mottles.
;; coslmnes;,_.the. mantilla and t'1 e the cruise, so that the new boys this than a squaw's pocket, and I drove out said Some softly of is human sometimes. He were. It said so-the telegraph did.

high comb,- 'with .the,vShort petticoat, year have had the .same chances of on the race-track, and the old horse ; us We came to the funeral1"And
learning that the old have had,and used to be and he I thought he'd pay ye, I expect when lira
brilliant, ,in color.; .Nothing could' be a racer pricked up so, between hysterical tears and
more I becoming ..and it :makes one, doubt next year the graduating class will, his ears. Pa took the lines and said he borrowed" it. Then he couldn't.,. that'saU laughter acd questions that nobody

whether,woman's- strongest desire js to without doubt, be an exceptionably fine would drive, 'cause we were out pretty pretended to answer, tkey unloaded

feI pleasp, .and*whether 4t ,is' not rather to one. About three'weeks ago we left late and ma would be nervous I told "1 dunno anything" about 'could'nts; and got into the house. At least Mrs.

fallow'Ihe fatalna,o when we!see-a whole New London for a short cruise break I pa I didn't believe he was on the right I know about didn't, said John Mackie John die:. lue tvto brothers sidled off

r aaUoa'&bf.ndoG; inch in charming>attire. the monotony of the harbor routine and I road, but he said he guessed nobody fresh doggedly, still combing that perverse behind the barn Tnere John holdof

.' f '."But the white mantilla is de rigueur first visited Gardiner's bay, which lies I could fool him about the road to town, chin into the air "This I know, Samuel'b band and shook it got

for a boll tight, and every lady wore one. to the,, eastward of Long Island, and 'and bless me if he didn't drive around he s got the two hundred, and I hain't while the silentlyand
solemnly strong tears ran
;It was a little odd to see ladies in the open where we remained for three days. It. that track about eight times. Every and I'll never- down both weir faces.
light of a brilliant, .cloudless, day, and in is rather a desolate place; about ten time we passed the grand-stand, which 'Don't John, dear!" interposed his offered asked rugged Neither
or explanations. In
the pie. of the, pmbhc _in toll (as it is miles from Greenport. The only house pa couldn't see on account of his eyes, meek little wife. their bearts a
; called) costume of the ball-room but the insight from the ship.was at the lighthouse 1 laffed; but I thought If he knew the 'Well, bein a deacon and a-" moment spoke plainly

q 'c eamf-whitetnantillu softened somewhat about two miles distant. During road so confounded well I could ride as "Christian," suggested his wife seeing enough. "This my 'brother was dead

he too display and -threw over our stay the weather was anything long as he could. he skipped that hard word. and is alive again.
but it rained most of the "I I can't I won't In the house they went to work more
he.whoiieehmaanyof sub dued splendor. pleasant, as "After we had rode around the track s'pose say forgive
' .,What superb Spanish lace, blonde, time, and that, with the fog, made it about eight miles, and I was getting him. But they ain't no commands between reasonably to unraval the mystery, Mrs

: oft, with a silken luster, falling ia lovely very disagreeable. From Gardiner's sleepy, 1 mildly suggested that we had the leds of that air book about" John showed" them the telegram.
folds that abow'its generous and ixgnis bay we went to Newport,. R. I. We better stop at a house and inquire the "Twenty-five cents to pay," said a "I see! eried one of them, with a

xtejy wrought figures//each; leaf and stem remained there only three or four days, wayto town, and pa got mad and ask- small business-like voice at the door. sudden light there's a Samuel lUckle-

aad flower_the creation' of. dainty fingers! and most of us were glad to return toXew ed'me if I took him for a fool. Then Mrs. Macklefresh turned the rough fresh down at the Four Corners, and I

.. finch:work ,as' this, of 'each :'a .tone and London. After returning insteadof he drove around a couple of times brown envelope over fearfully in her did hear that he was.verylow lastweek.

I nDeneHtn; such large( iiunti1laweepmgfrom anchoring off the Pequot house, as and the man that keeps the track he hands trembling as people do at tele- He's got a brother John, too, bat Ididn't

the bead ;to- the-train, ,is scarcely to usual, we came up and dropped anchor came out with a lantern and said/'Hel. grams. I wonder if the telegraph boys know he lived in your town,

'fee found in the 'ahope' nowadays These off Fort Trumbull, which is much more lol' Pa stopped and asked him what ever get used to it. :how he won't get it. Ain that too

wen heir-looms/ eat-great-graad-moth- convenient: for communicating with he wanted, and he said, 0, iiothin,' "Dont be bothering Alice/'said her bad?"

y er'a,..,., )oog yellowing, and growing rich the city and is much pleasanter in every and pa drove on and told him to mind husband, pushing her aside, not urgently The brother now came in wiping away

,' in locked daett','_Oin/'ODIy.on state occasions his business. We went around the though his words were rough as surreptitious tears with their coat

and sow; brought forth to make a way.We "turn out" at six o'clock in the track again, and when we 'got to the usual. .. sleeves. They sat talking over the canons

r ball's holiday.:;/ 4' morning and immediately go to work same place the man, was there, and I This is what he read when ne had event, when the village post came

."We'spent a.gotxi
' time.in scrutinhiingiliie packed seats of watch washes the spar deck, while the way, so he pulled up and asked the velope: they sat: in the window. Some one

.beaatiluJt wipeD, and,..I ant sorry to say.wlda' other watch.cleans the gun deck. In I man what he was doing there, and the "Your brother Samuel died this morn I rushed cut to get it, but seized with a

hardly, a, :reward. adequate to oa this way the time before breakfast is man said he was minding his own busi- ing. Come at onee." sudden impulse John Mackiefresh
uxtety Lam not, iure''how''mnch th occupied. At eight' o'clock we have I ness. Pa asked him if we were on the The Western Union Telegraph Com dashed past him and secured it himself.

beauty ot the women of'' Seville is traditional. breakfast. after which we prepare for I II right road to town, and the man &\idif pany has a good deal to answer for- Hastily glancing about him he staffed

They have good points. Graceful inspection, which takes place at half- we wasn't in hurry he would like to but then so nave a great many other one thin epistle into his own pocket.
figures! are not uncommon, ,and: fine teeth; have drive It was the "cutting letter."
past nine. Immediately after inspection us on the track all night, as people. John Macklefresh did not
nd dirk, 'liquid,' large eyes, which' they we go to our studies and exercises, it was a little heavy, and he wanted to swoon away on the doorstep, or throwup "That'll keep .to the day of judgment -

y '' use perpetually: oeittdde: destructive, top which continue until half-past 11. For get it in condition to speed the colts his hands with a piercing cry, or any ," he muttered, rejoicing. "I'll
&ce'aDd'aecurity: And the fan, the school and exercise the boys are separ- the next day, hut if we had to go we ot these things. He mechanically took write him a receipt in full for the two

most,deadly weapon to those'whom of coquetry,' gives the ated into four divisions; the first and could drive out at the 'gate and take out a quarter from his loose change hundred-seein' I'm a deacon and a

have coup wounded dusts Bat the Seville the eyes : second ale composed of the boys of the the first left hand road. pocket, careful even in this moment to Christian"

? haTe 'usually sallow dead women graduating class and such of the new "Well, pa was mad, and he wantedto count the pennies, given in change, .-
pasty, comb I
plezMos.; Perhaps the of the skin boys as have merited the honor of being know why didn't tell him we were shut the door, handed the dispatch to Gen Donipbau.
beauty
'' advanced the third and fourth sectionsare on* the track but I told him he seemedto
' is destroyed by cosmetics, .for there was 'I' ; his wife, and walked away to the win
not lady at the Jbuli-fight, who wasnothlgb1 composed of the new boys or those know it ;JI, and it was dangerous to duw. It was only his heart fainted. Noticeable at the Spa Hotel,
., I
rouged aDd'powdered: This who have made only one cruise. The advise a man who knew it all lie This, then, had come to the man ho had the tall figure of an old soldierly looking -

an artificiality 'to\ their appearance gave enSTUMie. ,, instruction consists of navigation, sail didn't speak all the way to town, but, said, but a moment ago, he would neverno I gentleman, whose military career is

,1 .'I;Beauty of feature was very rare, making, knotting and splicing, hand- when 1 put out the hOrse, he said, no, not that; he didn't say that- interesting. It is Gen. A.Doniphan,

} and dill, rarer?was, that' animation, that ,I ling sails and- xercisa with the boats in 'Hennery, if this thing gets put your Alice stopped him, yon know. Besides a man seventy years old, who, at the
stamp btu individual character, loveliness rowing and sailing. At noon we have pa will have the reputation of being he was a deacon and Christian.. Alice beginning of the Mexican warin June, .

in;;'the,play "of'expression, and ..spnghtlinesi dinner, from which time until halfpastone drunk. If you' tell of it you are no had said so. 1846, stepped from a large practice into I

; that charm in any assembly of no work is done except by those friend of mine. So I shall not say any But then he couldn't forget. That the ranks, hence he was at once elected
' whose turn iti3'to clean the mess thing about it, 'cause it is a bad boy
Amrrican: .women. Mo' the handsome gear. was what he was going to say when the to the Colonelcy of the First Missouri -
women:,in-the i i ring)were not numereuseDoagh' At half-past one school begins again and who will go; back on his 1)l"ure '-'." door opened. The Bible don't ask that. Regiment of Mounted Volunteers.The .

: to,make any impression on the continues until three, when it is closed 'S.S Ur, does it, when it speaks about God similarity between, the names

general mass,:and yet the total effect wit hvbieh for day, and from then until supper, Water in t.teI'D8. casting our sins into the depths of the Xenophon and Doniphan has been

? the blonde lace the, artificial color, th we have at six o'clock the boys sea-behind his back-remembering noted, but the resemblance does not
rich toilet ,'and'the ,tatron of fans are allowed to go away in the boats, stop there. General
ag was It is a common opinion that stored them no more against us. Forget? Doniphanlike the
charmingThe /' rowing or sailing, wherever they please. What there to Greek leader, made one of the longest
He
... After the boats are hoisted and water must be aired in order to maintain was forget? had lent
... supper marches on record.
his brother Starting at Fort
own $200
have
then the time is our own until hammocksare its purity. But pure water is a Might
I, Leavenworth the First
given it to him and never missed it. Missouri Volunteers -
BemateIataata,
piped down at nine o'clock. fixed and unalterable
very substance Under his marched in Mexico then
-.. remorseless eye his great ,
f4' f., Battlefield of Waterloo. Natural waters free from decaying or fields stretched away, white now withfcnow around Chihuahua and Del Norte, con-

-Chiueee custom of killing the ganic matter always contain oxygen in -white as the soul ''God had forgiven quering New Mexico and other States?
female Infants of a family is; of course, Out nine miles from Brussels 'thro participating in the battles of Brasito
<< a state of solution, and unless this free ; but yellow enough he knew as
admirably'adftpted to keep down ex a beautiful enough to be set ina and Chihuahua but in
country oxygen is.used up fey decaying organic summer came on, yellow as the gold losing one man
lenses and'obviate inconveniences, but frame and hung in the parlor the they would bang to his pocket. Those both, but capturing 500 and killing the
matter it does
as public opinion England could not not require renewal. If
battlefield is reached. The surpriseatonce few poor, pitiful hillsides of Samuel's! same number of the enemy. The hardy
,
r '. be reconciled* to so simple a remedy, is that the survey of the field is so water must be freely exposed to the air Why hadn't he given it to him right out band of less than a thousand menwllh,

olher, channels of relief have to besought satisfactory. As real as the battle to keep pure, then we should expect and saved hard feelings! There was out a cent's pay till their return, madea

m that'cOuntty.. In: the case of grounds of Mission Ridge and Atlanta water from artesian wells,coming from Johnny (named for him) wanting to go circuit of 8,000 miles in. thirteen

'under persons the"of'Infliction r high position, who' groan were to me when visited, did this one great depths beneath the soil, would be to college ever since he was out of months, ten of which they were con-
8 Xttor' seven On tie where the Prince stantly in the
of
saddle. General DonI-
seem. spot
petticoats. Suppose he had it
very impure but in reality it is given to
daughters, the Queen has in more than exceptionally -
Orange was wounded a mound 200 feet pun phan finds at Idaho Spings C.C. Bangs,
one case evinced her royal sympathy by high has been thrown up, and from the pure. Rainwater leaches the 1\1isery-miserl of a member of his regiment, and m the
selecting from such quiverfuls her top of this the whole territory'foughtover earth in a very thoroughly aerated con remembering un- State ex-Governor Gilpin
maids of honor but maids of honor kindness, when it is toof late! And then a major
; are spreads out like a before dition. Formed by precipitation iu under hini.and "Commodore Decatur "
'limited in ,number -and map you. that cutting letter! Had reached him ,
with barnacle, 'like are generallyendowed Most easily the positions of the opposing small drops, and falling thousands of before he died, or was it only his one of his '"Oh lteers. An uncle of
a tenacityof poor
s life ana office.'. Under these circum lines can be traced To the right, feet through the air, it is difficult to stricken brother's family that would Doctor Hall, of the navy,now herewas

8tan e8'tJie"owners'of "We are seven" amid a clump of trees, lies Hougomont imagine how it could be more thoroughlyaired. read the brief harsh words? : in pus regiment, and was elected from
: Immediately before you are the f He turned to his wife I the ranks to Congress. He, with General -
turn to the sisterhoods, which promiseto arm If this rainwater is preservedfree who sat holding
and house of La Hahe Bainte. To Doniphau
the dreadful ; fr.uned the present laws
be Protestant envelope sad but ,
: young ladles there from contact with organic matter of
fl1ef left is Papelotte-while on the farther doubting if she would be wise to New Mexico. The General is still
,valve that convents have been
long speak
' to Boman .There is ridge La Belle Alliance can .be seen, and stored in clean cisterns it will remain to him yet. hale and hearty, and seems to enjoy his
Cathohcs. scarcely

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a family of rank now which has nota and the crest followed' from which the pure and wholesome, even when "Get your things on, will ye" he advancing years *& he deserves.

member among them. The daughter French surged' into the shallow dip of entirely shut out from air. The leavesand said, in a voice that sounded dry and __ a

ot an Girl is managing a child's hospital the valley when'making their fearfulcharges. fragments of organic matter carriedinto harsh even to himself. "I'll be round Thunder t'torma.

in a provincial town as Sister Some- The thrilling description of the cistern by the rain and especially with Old Billy to the front door. Wrap
Tne
Victor Hugo in "Lea Miserables" came 'warm and take frequency of thunder-stormi in
\I''' .. vividly to mind, and iteeemed the ''246 the matters. falling into the open up have the buffaloes. It's.a soapstone.mortal I'll" Switzerland last summer has afforded

.' ... *' .. guns against 180 guns" .might at.any cistern-leaves, sticks,* insects, toads She was ready and waiting when cold.he Professor Collation, of Geneva, a great

y.. 1''., ..:' AIL moment break the silence, and Blucherbe and reptiles-may render any cisternfoul. brought Billy around The house authority ou electricity and meteorology, '
THE willow is suoceasfolly' used as a seen in the distance coining to the The more open the cistern the could take care of itself. She locked ample opportunity for continuing his observations -

pfeventzve malaria in Byriaand there rescue, over tin heights of Frichemont. more liable to such contamination. it. on the effect of lightning on trees

Is no season why:it should not be vain- But far sore satisfactory still was it, Another They had some sixty miles to ride. In and vegetation generally. He has ascertained -
able' for after hand with daisies from objection to open cisterns is that wnen strikes it
.this/, purpose herespeciaHy filling my the course of it his tongue became lightning a tree
"M it has so many' other. excellent pro- the mound, red-frnged as if with .the the fact that "wrigglers" often form in what loosened, and he told in broken some leaves very few marks of its passage oa

pertiesv for 'embankment! of streams, blood of the slain, to walk across the the water and \the water becomes too jerky sentences into her the upper part and middle of the trunk, a

fuel, etc.,' wheat field'to Hougom 'nt. As plainlyas foul to use, to say nothing of the crop what little of the chaotic sympathic ear peculiarity whicb be ascribes to the fact of
grief and
the that hereaurged re i hose parts beimr more impiegnated with
though struggle
a of mosquitoes needlessly raised. This morse he was able to put into ,
words
JEtxABBUBDra '8i kt1Dau- "What had taken sugar, a good than the lower!
: 1 a place 'yesterday, can brother conductor
will not breed "My after alL
pest
in cisterns Used play
to
4 :lady physidaa f'I' '' entirely part As the electric fluid descends the
< want doctor, to traces of it be seen. The' whole face'of together when i to
:'10 make me well-not-a woman,, to'makelove the high brick surrounding the orchard cut off from the air. If rain-water I H am." we were little. Hum, neighborhood of the heavier branches

i to D1 ." Woman physician (bash is clipped and torn with the fear- could be filtered before entering the' A man I where there is less saccharine matter, i it

r 4.1 ,rally)-"I promise not to, do, neither."A ," sal cannonade of the French bullets., 1 cistern so as to exclude organic matter; back grows to the very tender when'hegoes [ tears, open the baric and in many last uteSi

. placed my hand in loop-holes cut no need of airing the water would be' ."littlef" days when he was i shivers the trees, It is no uncommon
i 'j-'a1ftKnKi, handkerchief, is thing to find the lower of the tree
case
:
through the wall by the command felt. part
express A
good filter might be preparedout "Bought me a pair'of skates
,made 01 crimson plash with satin lining of Wellington. A tree at one I once literally cut by the li>;htnIDg, while thee
ft 'ofthesamercolor;..on the upper side corner barely lived through the shock] of a sound and water-tight cask as when Samuel wanted some. Older than m : upper portions and tne higher brandies

, .,pat a'apray/of rosebuds -.and. leaves in of having it lop wrenched off and side follows: Place vertical and watertight and whistles was always and all a making mo kites .' seem: to have suffered hardly at alL Oiks,

, ribbon' embroidery. ,The case, shouldbem. splintered, -loa see the gates which partition in the middle of the cask : Never could such raitle-traps however, would appear to present *a

r ahspe Juke the two-'covers: of.aboot were rushed against again and again in and reaching two-thirds of the way to. family Yes seem to get along. Big exception to'the rule, for they are often
I
and ih a1d tie with a ribbon- of, the endeavor to break up throe the the bottom. Fill the cask nearly full of : him. Ain't ought to have helped found with tops quite blasted aud the passage
: the same color as the o. garden and orchardwhere'thelitde a man livin could scratch of the lightning lower dowu msrted:
garri3onpeiformed clean washed gravel. Let the rainwater but
anything moss off them by
a
rocks he gnage-hse furrow. These arrows
Tic glad for,one. remarked'a hang prodigies of :valor in enter calls a farm. I'll the
laterally (so as to break help boys- e'fI sometimes go completely round the urea
x maintaining their One small .
:'an. position,
eron near: uptown headquart don',
the force of, the fall into side like a screw the tats to
_ 4 brick structure has not been ) one ofthe reason of which is
that David papa baa out;:of politioa. seemingly It
gone was a long cold ride. bo
; Mrs.Macile- that the cell of
cask and the ligktniu follows the
,asked anotherlou1er touched since a canon ball tore up gravel on the other
?
'Why so away fresh
;r: wrapped the buffaloes which
:the
bark
; *!.',[&leaves'rcom fort:a ,dozen half its side. Beside ,it. stands; the side, and thence, discharging"into the higher till aUast she! higher and and it composed L-a;thwise.
In certain
was cells are
sorts of
-Grmo.a._ .; : chapel, and above the doorway yon see.1lgu.re. cistern. All animal and ; ,quite extin wood these
to
: ; fete P nearlyall.veg- guished their folds
yffelkoi"- ., in and her disposed spirally."
...
">.. '_ husband
.au,", wu .f. S' .. .. a. ,of Christ on,the,cross,:with feet table matter ,
t..i. 'WIO. ,.. ....-11''' "i, t..L maybe excluded by such thought on drearily alone. .
:t' ', .1:; 'I 1 nearly consumed for here, it was that a filter 'Bad whether Dottoclosed.cistern'stands Almost there.'
k Ax exdui sipci. ? l 'ecror The house is in
: vege e the names kindled by: French, shells t.The moet profitable source of revenue
* acrobaV Imt it V not''what: the' boy were arrested, the Belgians say, by a-better'chance a Aloag oldest ,:low,, nnpainted. affair ,The for the Cincinnati Public Library is the

:: calls a "tarn-up." If there fa"&D :acrobat miraculous power of the image. F tom keep clean"than one exposed to the air. bered when inhabitant could not have rVmem- fines imposed for delinquency in returning -

: ;, in Uw 1GIaI..C8.it.most be. the orchard I picked another cluster of Airing a cistern is usually. a delusion its owner had had mono books, &c. It amounted in

"Johanj-jamp-np., -" ; aalil-t..blood- ppecl even brighter than' and a snare. enough"Who-o to paint it. Here at pas t. the last year to $i27 95., out of a total
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Billy Yon
tt remember the of receipts. of $774 76. '
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THE FLORIDA STAR. days of "sixty-one," will sink in their NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CARDS. I II Aolice.fntfieCiftiiit .

"THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1883. siguificmcc."rl are neither a prophetnor -- -- ('Jtllt Sireat.Jaliritrl C+
vE I3.t1I LY-hyl'Y 1MERCHANTS' I I i-
the : UAT.
son of a prophet, yet, "coining D. wit *:/Flnridt., Irtr"f C: Ulltl.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, ,
events cast their shadows < .. .
before and
II.
as LINE
AT Henry WiUou .. ,
lasviile. : : Florida. "eternal vigilance is the price of liberty," Elegant Side-wheel Steamers. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.. Vs.
V. B. Mooro. .
it behooves j \
.. E., H. WAGER, every freeman, every patriot, Carrying the I*. S. Dluil.OXEOFTHE J.nGrlII e. Florida. Action commenced by writ of attach-

J managing Editor & Publisher.Terms to read well the signs of the times and to STEAM Km OF THIS LINE ment. stun sworn to mm hundred and forty -
,"i will leave.laeksouvlllc.laily, horn wharf first WIll'Clltt.: .\.)1. Thl"l.ritwr.. .
see that.the dollais.
: ; $1.50 per Annum in advance.A galling chains now'forging IK of Lnnra street, at 2 30: p.in., and S. F. ami W. Titnsville Ha. Sanfonl FIn
SQUARE is one inch in space ; 18 squares: not riveted on the limbs of freemen. ICaiUvuy wharf at 3lup. in., for SCOTT At THRASHER.A'lTUUXEVrfATLAW.. Tit II w. J!. Jf'*' v ttud *tll ttthrf jwnitb nttert'xftd -

wake a column. Slavery is slavery, whether the binding IalatkadOI'! Sanford, Enterprise :
Advertisements unaccompanied by thedlsLI Notice is hereby given th:1twrit of
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will not receive attention. chains be of gold or iron, whether these attachment has been i issued against; the

For advertising rates enquire of the Editors << chains bind the peaceful husbandman at And all intermediate landings south of Sanford : ; :Floriila. said Win. U. Moore and hi*, property has
always enclosing three cent stamp. Palatka. Mr. Scott i* now located atTitnsville. been attached to snisfth ilema'ml of
his plow, the mechanic at his bench or Sunday Hoatvrlll leave at
11..111. heal Estate Law a peviality. 43M Henry Wilson amounting; to one hundred
THIS PAPER may l>e found on file at the artisan Will make close connections with all Rail .
engaged in his favorite }lUr- Lines for and forty dollars.
Geo. P. Rowell & Co's Newspaper Advertising ISO It S. JONES.ATTORNEYATLAW..
suit. : Now therefore the gait 1Vin. H. Moore
Bureau (10 Spruce Street) where Slavery is debasing in any and every PoiiitM in the Interior.And .
and all other persons interested) are hereby -
advertising contracts may be made for it form while intelligent freedom i is ennobling with fcteumers at Sanford for required to appear and plead to the

in NEW YORK. god-like. Apathy is akin to shivery Points on Indian iti,<'et.. declaration tiled in" the above entitledcase

the mother thereof. Our leturning leave Enterprise at 7 3ft anil San. on or before the 4th day. the first
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper purest ford on arrival of train arriving at Jacksonville Titus!vlHe. Florida. Monday, of February rule day. a. d.
Brevard county. and noblest minds have become so thoroughly -
for 1SS4. and if he shall fail to appear and
disgusted with politics, owing to Early next morning.Making M.E.. ESGLISII. plead as aforesaid judgment will he entered -
at Me Pot at Titusville
f ,Entered Office apt the most scandalous revelations in dose connections with rail ami steam against; him according to law.A. .
\ ; Second-Class Matter. high Lilies for all ioiutsx01TH Notary Public State at Large. A. Stewart.

< -'.' places within the List decade that they EASTASD WEST.For :
--- --- Affidavit.lnl.wlI.l\nll all business entrusted Clerk of IJrevard county Florida.
O'DoxXELL, the avenger, who murdered almost wholly ignore politics, while all points et.ween Jacksonville and to lue promptly attended to. Titusvillc. October ij; 1SS.: 2Gtil

Carey, who in turn was implicated in "slaves of gold whose: sordid dealings tar- Market Palatka wharf take daily one of, Sundays the ch'Ltlwr:04 e.xcepted leaving, at Ma. Office at hIM residence. Notice. .

murder of Burke and Cavendish .ni h all (their boasted u). Titu.sville. Florida.
the was your ) powers" are
FAsTMAIL. //* the Circuit Court, Kcvmth ,.JtliriaC'it-
hung at Newgate, London, on the morning eking and obtaining positions of honor Leaves Jacksonville tor green Cove spring, g F. GU.\. cuit f Elorida, Hircard Cwnfy.
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of the 17th inst. His trial was not in and trust highest in the gifts of the i eo- Tocoi Lake and Steamer I'alatka.MAGNOLIA leaves FloridaCentral Tn Jll" 11. JbiiH'f and all other l'1''IIM tit'

exact accordance with the American ideaof pie, and basely selling out for gold, to Uailroad wharf at-a. in, d.iilyHiii- Watch Maker and Jeweller. frt+(ed :

a fair and impartial trial and an effort monopolies, the heritage of a free people. day:.further excopted,information retnrninir same apply day.at tlcm-rat AI.Ls.o1h w.1JXTth.Work : You are hereby notified that a writ of

Ticket Office, corner Hay and I.umttrcch. orders left with P. K. Wager or at 1 attachment has been issued against the
was made through the American minister The opponents of Democracy have labored \%.i;. W.TSUX.tanat'r.C. 1"1I.t Office Titusville or with A. HI'lll ly at I.i I said Win. B. Moore and his property has

to prolong his execution in order toascer- long and assiduously) to construct a I!. } .EXWPCKtil'n.I.l'nt.. Grange\ reeeive prompt attention. Will be been attached to satisfy the demand of
in Titusville Monday.TV .
every
tain if he was an American citizen. But 'strong government" to lw sustained bya BOOKS ON FLORIDA. (Jeorge F. Ensey: :amounting to the sum
of Two hundred dollars and
*. II. K. WILSOX. interest
jl? it proved of no avail and he has received ruling class. The Federalists of '70 Florida Illustrated, contains imperial size thereon from July) 10, ISSi.::
views of Florida illustrated
that punishment which he must have would have appropriated, f/wix/ titles and colored growing and different Scenery sections Now, therefore you the said Win. 11.
;\ of Florida. l'rteeatc.Pnactical Will continue the practice of Medicine in Moore anil all other intensted
known would be his portion when he I lands while the opponents of Democracy, persons
I Orange Culture,\rthurnp'U)(' Titusville and are hereby required to appear on or before -
killed the most contemptible murdererin t>day, have appropriated and are appropriating The latest, best, and most practical vicinity, the first Monday the 4th day of February -
work on the subject Imo paper 7.:>c, cloth $1. Ol1 ee at.J. 31. Dixon's Drugstore.
the history of all countries of this ip8;*, bonds and ulonoi'Olies. a. d.183.1, the same being rule day

world. He is said to have been an Ohio Facts are stubborn things with which to Florida fruits and How Harcourt.to Raise A Them practical, hT'Helen A. II. HAWJLEY, D. l>. S. for said month, and plead to the declaration -
little volume on growing the orange, lemon, filed by the saidplaintitl' in said castor
'J man. deal. In a Democracy, pure and simple, lime, fig,pine apple,gnava,Japan ersimuioii attachment proceding and if he fails
4& .. and in it alone, are all inherent rights, plum and other fruits limo: paper 7";c cloth $I. Visiting Dentist. to do so judgment will be awarded

THE St. Augll tine Pre** wants to know'if (not wrongs.l it understood), are guaranteed Flon'da productions Past and Present,Samuel its cl[mate Upham.soil and, Makes\ frequent trips to Indian IHvcr. against the said defendant according to
law and the
J Illustrated mo, price:xk.Florida Lake Worth &c. property attlchc.lfill be
the election of Mr. Carlisle speaker paper
: to each and constituting individual -
every levied under
on execution and sold to
Florida New and Old P. O. Address. New
or by; Smyrna, Florida.
of the House will bring the free trade "irrespective of color or previous Breezes Ellen Call Long. Describeslife ---- ---, pay the said debt sworn to.
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and society in Florida, before and duringthe sr. -
question prominently to notice again? condition," while in:1 moneIloatetlarhtocracy war."A delightfully, l'ntcrtaiuillgyolulUC." C. II. XATOIAX. .v.i.. ic i J-.\>.\u i,
Clerk of circuit
court of Urevanl Co. Fla.
For our we think not. Our contemporary 12 mo price1.00
part the individual is weighed by
Titusville. October. 22. ls;{. 2Gtd
Justice
of the
and other Cit- Peace
tponOrnngeCnltnre and
will probably see Mr. Carlisle takeno his pile of bonds or the amount of gold he A Treatil' rus Fruits by Dr. Geo. w. Davis.A "
decisive stand in the bona fide handand practical little work on this Notary Public State-at-Lar SOT WE.In
admired
former
very can jingle. Among the are .
great fruit hltlu tQ' Price ooc. Also Commi-siomT of Deeds for the State of the Circuit Omrf, Srrenth Judicial cifmitnf -
free trade theory. It is one that has beenpronounced a Washington, a Jefferson, a Jackson An illustrated agricultural PENNSYLVANIA. Florida Itrernril
Florida Dispatch. weekly. Gives bet and county. .A.li.
as deleterious to our national ; among the latter a Croosus, a Gould, most reliable information on Florida, subscription Office at the HaulOver.T. 1883.

welfare on the one extreme as the protec- a Vandcrbilt. per year $2.00, sample copies 5<:. Joseph Smith |

tionist theory is on the other. The tariff In the former the tariff is fora necessary : Duilidllllldyillllp.by or cruise Helen of Harcouit.the Dolphin A, JOHNSON COCKSIII1. vs. }\Attachment amount
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\ m. B. 3Ioore.
sworn to 300.00
charming I book of adventure for boys. 12 mo
for revenue is our: doctrine and the .sooner revenue, and taxes are levied simplyto cloth price $I.j. Notary Public. stut"-at-I.nl're, Tu W'm. 1:. .JI/JfJl'e and nil at/iff jicrifi/nA ill-

: the Democratic party places this in their protect eacli and every person in himself Tlotoil TUToTiSt- Johns liver,Fla. Nearly 8 feet and temttd :
UCldll 1U ill length. For the use of tourist
national platform the sooner will they secure and his inherent rights while all powers tnL"clcrIrice 23c. Justice of the Peace. NOTICE is hereby given that a writ of
attachment has been issued
the support of thousands who await not specifically delegated in a cnJ1titution lidllll Boolr ofmnseculturein and California Florida, h1'.Louisiana \V.- Court Aar. first Saturday of each month. said Win. B. Moore and his, against property the-
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to see these political issues brought before remain in the people. In the lat- Moored: edition, cloth el.x. LA CHANGE Florida. tached to satisfy the demand of JosephSmith

l the people and tested. In the days of ter the tariff is for the protection of monopolies South Floridatheltaly01 America, its cli-",. amounting to Three hundred dol-

and others when How to there--cost of land and ot LA GRANGE STORE lars.Now.
Polk, Jefferson our and taxes are levied to pay high- 11U\kingL get home-of planting a grove expense of fruit therefore the said Win. B Moon

country had not attained its present eminence : salaried aristocrats in whom rests theower trees-raising(cattle horses hog, sheep etc., Always: on hand a general assortment of and all other persons interested are hereby
rail- by F, C,)(. ISoggcss,paper, price i.e.Tourist required to appear ami plead to the
for corporations, monopolies, }> to make or unmake an individual.Americans' G00DS.
nnl1 Invalids Reference Hook, of poi declaration filed in the above entitledcase
:' road kings, etc,, it was probably well Freemen Patriots Democrats price ular Me.winter travel with maps; !>vo paper -: STRICTLY C.g II on or before the first Monday its

enough to favor high tariff but since arouse from the lethargy)' which iu FloridaAnianncl: of;; by Prof.uaruenin : March, a. (. 1SS4, the same being rule(lay
rr :
then our country has decidedly changedand environs and appear* to have taken hold ,J. \Vliitner, paper, price .'>oc.FLOKAoFTHKSoUTHLUXUNITEDSrATDs. E. L. Brady. for said court and if he shall fail to appear -
January 1SS: and plead aforesaid judgment will
1 'M
i; doctrines which were then advanced; of you. Place your purest, noblest and containing an abridged description of the, I yr be entered against him according to 1:1 w.

with safety and security would tend otherwise nost: patriotic sons to the front in the flowering plants anti ferns of Tennessee,North Florida jMaiiniacture A. A. STfc\vaUT.
and South Carolina,tieor"ia. .\Iahmna.11..s" Clerk of l.revard C'oulltr"Flol'illa.
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it the present day. coming struggle which, we trust will not arranged
: issippi add Florida according to the Titusville. Nov. 2G.1SS3.; n .til.
ka.j 4 : .***** he at the of glistening bayonets natural systems, by A. W. Chapman, 3(. D. AMAZON PAINT WORKS.
.. fought point Ferns, by 1'rof I). C. tatJnl'\"lIcJllth.lu.il't :$(.
JOHN Kelly the Tammany chief, X0TIC1 .
ri. great and ballot-
but at peaceful
a pure COLTOX'S NEWSECTIOXALMAI-SUFFLA.
n i: J. JiERSE .C- CO.
J-":<:;.1\\ 'it seems, has discarded his spirit of aninio1ty l>ox. If by the latter means the strugglewill the latest: and ht.t edition published: price Six months after date will present

': towards Mr. Tilden and is willingto IK no less momentous, as on it depends :::1.20, Colton'd pocket map, price 7.>e. manufacturers of the my County final Judge accounts of Brevard and vouchers county to Flori-the

support him for the next Presidentialconipai our career as a nation as to whether FLORIDA : For Tourists, Iuvalithmd Settler ida. as administratrix! with the will annexed -
AMAZON READY-MIXED PAINTSin
t; : we are to perpetuate 12 mo cloth, price $L5O. of said county deceased and ask fur a final -
; friend of his who lives in Florida all hllll'aUtI ready fur
one of civil and religious liberty I leijueathed -
's. gifts FLORIDA : Its Scenery, Climate and History discharge as such administratrix.
too, he stated: "We have no candidatesnor to us by our forefathers in their by Sidney Lanier, illustrated: 12 mo I in in e d i a t e Us e 3LtinE.1'ITVs.ldntiuitratrix.: .

do we intend to present any, but, our purity, or whether we are to timely submit cloth $1,50. Titusville. Sept. 17, 188.-;. 22 Cm.

position cannot be misunderstood whenwe to a servitude more debasing than GUIDE TO EAST }o"LORW.hy Edwards( ; Specially Adapted For This Climate .NOTIW1:.

hay that we intend to ipiK>rt the that which has cost this country millions a handy little volume, paper price lOc. and grinders: ofPure Six months after date I will present to

nominations of the Democratic National and millions of men and money:, and bow HISTORY OF FLORIDA, by George Fairbanks Honorable J. ..\. )IcCrory. County Judgeof
standard work crown SOD :$:! r.O. White Lead, Brevard county Florida, my final accounts -
Convention if l unfriendly a ,
even they >e in submission to the mandate of monied and vouchers administratrix of

to lli' My desire and those with whomI masters. IhTlmYof St. Augustine: by W. AV. & Colors In Oil. the Estate of Bartholomew Einlg deceased -

am associated, is, that we should do our c' Dewhurst, 12 mo price SlfM). Office and Factory.Xo. and ask for a final discharge from the
SHERIFF'S SALE. GUIDE to St. Augustine and Florida, administration of said Estate.C. .
very best:; to elect a Democratic President, illustrated with maps, paper, price 2Tic.FLORIDA 26 Ocean street, J. SAXIJU'OIH, Administratrix.Titusville .

of the United States when the time arrive By virtue of an order from the Circuit as :Permanent Home, by Jacques JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA. Fla.. Sept. C. ISS.'J.: lt! t Cui.soJ'IW .

The question which has arisen I will sell at book one interested iu Florida "
[ Court for Urcvard County, a every t&"Seud for color card and price INt. ::
here and been dNctused! prdtythoroughl.ll should read price ll>e.
has
lately : 11 o'clock a. in. on the first :Monday in I.and Ollice at Gainesville. Fla.Iee.12.ISS'l \

)" the press of the East and January 1SS4, the same being the 7th CAMP LIFE ix" FLORIDA) Halleck, 12 BOOK ::. )
'I mo price $1,'.>. WANTED NOTICE hereby given that the 101-
Middle::stat(':; is that a great wrong wasagainst day of January, to the highest bidderfor Canvassers.
the and the of :McCLELLAX'S New Digest of the Laws lowing-named !settler has filed notice ot
; rpetratal country
cash, all the perishable property of Florida, 8 vo sheep, price $7t)) (postage I MALE and FEMALE I his intention to make final proof in sup-
, :: great Democratic party by the conspiracy "". B. Moore, levied on by attachments, 30 cents extra.) port of his claim and that said proof will

r, formed in 1877, by robbing the people and cufSi:-.tin, of : One lot of lamps and !i i IDES tn the Dl'e.ion: or the :::ttpremeCuurt To works engage of standard in the sale character: of our, large new and prottU Important and be made before .\. .\. Stewart clerk circuit -

of their suffrage and rights as citizens. lamp fixtures; one-half interest in steamer f of Florida,by UhlunCa11, E"l., Immense anti wi line Inrratlt quail bu..n.leu. \>..e.or. Adilres a permanent court Titusville, Fla., January
2th(; kSl. wiz : Richard J. LuIJoche. of
The CINCINNATI PU1SUM1IIXU CO.
The question Itself and the agreement Ibis ; one lot of crockery; one lot hardware of the Jackssonville Bar, price 3tHI. 174 W. Fourth Strt'et. CiIlCill 41tI. Uhi'J. City: Point. Fla. D S :;32. for the W i< of

relating thereto is unanswerable. It has ; one lot hats and cap"; one lot of COUNTY PAMPHLETS.Sumter Polk Free Cards and Chromos.We N E i Section 27, 'f'p. 28 S, Range 30 E.
# Duval Orange, ,
He names the following witnesses to
been clearly established that_ Tildeu and dry goods ; one lot of clothing, ; one lot of Putnam, 3IuhsonlacIl1Il, and large German will send French free by mail and a American sample set Chromo of our prove his continuous residence upon anil

.a, ,Heiidricks were elected in 1876 under the boat fixtures; one sail boat (Xonsen;) St. John Price 25 cents i-ach. Card.,on tinted and gold groundswith a price list cultivation of said land. vizrThosll.

constitutional form of election, but, they one small skiff.one VIEWS OF FLORIDA.Stereoscopic of over aoo different designs,on receipt ot a sump Sanders. Jno II. ams. M S Sams, of
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one sailboat (May ; superior finality, per doz. el.25.Hcliotypo for postage. We will also send free by mail as Point and
beaten a Commislion Goods levied samples ten of our beautiful Chromos,on receipt City George Cleveland of
were subsequently by iron safe (Butler make.) View, on heavy German paper 1A"Very :
often cents to for packing and also llockledge. Fla.
' and give general satislaet ion) pay postage ; :
chosen in both houses of the National on hy.attachments iu favor of G. F. En- Souvenir( luuidsome of florida, small :book: form of 12: 25cJacksonville enclose a confidential price hst of our Urge oil 1,. A, CHUNKS. Ilegister.31w. .
,. chromos. Agents wanted. Address F.G ti:esoCo. : -
Legislature ; now if this great wrong sey, Henry Wilson and Joseph' Smith. .u. Augustine,,large" size .. .TUC"MK: & .,46 bummer Street, Boston Mas .> U..1.uuIOtlice.!
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- tan be corrected by making this theM Side to be at W. B. Moore's store. scenesuttlclutractessofSmulyBouth Florida illustrated consisting of :'t, colored" i'>e $100.00-A-WEEK .J.VUTlaJ:

"larked and distinct issue in the next )L E. EXliLl H. views in cloth case, price SOe.Any We can yuurnntoe the above amount to Land Office at Gainesville. Fla., )

Presidential i canvass, it will take the Sheriff Brevard Co., Fla. free of the on receipt above publications price.Addrespublishers mailed po- good active, energetic Dec. 12, 1S33. /

place of other political issues which are Titusville, December 18th, 1SS3. tage Asliuicad Hrotlifurs, Agent NOTICE is hereby given that the fol-
lowing-named settler has filed notice of
.. I.ade.is well us gentlemen, make a success ;
not so important, for nothiuo' is so repugnant SHEUIFF c. SALE. :;j 3m ,J:1cksOJl"ltIJurI.la.. in the hu inl'.:5.'t' 'little capital required. his intention to make final proof in sup-

' to the feelings of a Democrat- and so lye have hou>ehold article salable ustiour. I port of his claim and that said) proof will

condemnatory in his estimation as the order from Justices CONTINENT7.LHoof It sells itself be made before A. .\. Stewart clerk cir-
virue of an I
By cuit court Titusville.. Fla., on January
has been It i fact that our elective franchise Court, of District No. 2, Brevard Co. Fla. Ointment.Cures not need to explain its merits. There i> a rich :2Cth: 1SS4 viz : M. S. alUs, of City Point

'" *t aside by acts of the Senators and 11 o'clock a. m. on the first harvest for all who embrace this golden op. Fla.. D. S. 747 for the N d of N E 4 Seetin113C'Tp. -
will sell at
I portunity. It costs you only one cent to learn
members of Congress. This is my position in January A. D. 1SS4, the same Cracked Houfs, Sprains, Scratches what our business is. Buy u postal card and 23 S, flange 3J( E.
Monday write to us and we will send yon our prospectus He names the following; witnesses to
f ,and I have no desire to conceal it; being tile 7th day thereof, to the highestbidder and full particulars prove his continuous residence upon anil

"4 ; you can make what list- of it you please, for cash all the perishable property and Sores in FREE : cultivation of said land viz:Thomas A.

either XOlet And we know will derive more good than Sanders, Uob't. B LaUoche. Richard J.
privately. levied on by attachments you
publicly or of AV. B. Moore, Cattle and you have any Idea of. Our reputation a-s u Lalloche. of CitIJomt., and George;
us wait and whether this great leader Horses, Sheep. innnnfacturin company such that
see, to wit : ? :: we cannot Cleveland, of llockledge. Fla.L. .

of a potent faction will carry. out laid plan One lot of boots and shoes one lot of and afford give: your to deceive.address Write plainly to us and on a receive postal A. BAUXES.: Register.34w3 .
it
for write
:; Ask your Storekeeper or full particular 21 ly. U. S. Land Office.
a* above expressed.: furniture. Goals levied on by attachments -
.. store Buckeye M-T'p. Co. Marion, Ohio.
x in favor of L. Warrock, and direct to the manufacturers, NO PATENT NO PAY.
is most ,
WE there
are no alarmist but
T. H. Sanders. FOR SALE Obtained for 3Icchanicl de-
urely within the next decade PATENTS vices, Compounds, 11t.,
,
coming siIns
aristocracy Sale to be at W. B. Moore's store .AMERICA ,LUBRICATING A desirable house and lot in and La b.11 preliminary examination:!

a momentous struggle between :' M. E. ENGLISH, OIL CO. Titusville, cotta wheel wright a* to patentability. of invention.free.. Our
"Guide for obtaining Patents" is
and democracy-a struggle com Sheriff Brevard Co., Fla. and general repairing shop at Titusville. Adtlr s- LOUIS IJAGGEK sent jfc freeeverywhere. CO.

pared with which, that for freedom in the Titusville December 18th 1SS3. Cleveland, : : : Ohio. Enquire lRITClu.RuIa ". 24 tf Solicitors of 1'atents,11-ashington:: D.C.

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MOONLIGHT and around a strangely. One instar.t it ditd into the right here Phil came bravely to Another Landmark To Go.A .

THE *ov struc- ghost of a light, and the next it flared i the rescue. |(
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was in plain brilliantly. Katie rubbed her eyes in "I was asleep, Mr. Medway," be said, Resort that was the Centre or

Let'.lteal And Summer away sleeps when moonlight amid her .Kate's little w wondering terror. It was no illusion ; t''"and if it hadn't been for Katie your I Philadelphia's Trade in Pre-

1>t'! **! away and wake the word faith i- the light shining from the engine-room i mill-" Revolutionary Days.

That Love has made for happy I every night was not clear, steady lamp light. It was i I "Asleep !*' repeated Mr. Metlway, his Another pre-reynlutiona landmark

O, softly o'er the water glide. warm nest to red iike fire ,! j face stem and cold. has within the past week been selected
The waters lit by silvery beam! ;
But let'the song float o'er the tide, across the Katie was aheady hurrying on her ,I It was an awful moment, and Katie I for destruction. The structure in

And life flow on in golden always, she clothes. There was a dreadful lump in
Across the stream I hear a swell out of the her throat, and her breath came in lies Medway's hand. I roofed store which was once known ;t$

A cheering song of youthful glee -she would short, quick asps. She did not pauseor I "Oh, if you pleae," i-he cried, "may i the London Coffee House, and which

Across the stream sweet voices tell to window as her boots with their endless rows oft I tell you how he happened to do it ? stands the southwest
The sacred hour of melody. I I on comer of Front
over the buttons ; she pulled on her stockings Mamma was ill, and he could not sleep : and Market reets. It is
n w
0 beam I > ()upitd.: .
Then steal
While Night away her richest happy mantle I sure that, and rushed swiftly out of her room and at all yesterday. It was not his fault, t by\ the firm of G. .S: A. (,'!rich, wholesale-

And catch the strain her voice hardly ac1. .- down stairs, catching a shawl from t.e sir-indeed it was not. Poor Phil : Oh, tobacco merchants, and has Wen iu

And leave to Time. .its fleeting I place where hall stand as she ran. Behind the sirI -" f. ,that family since the year 117, at 't

Folks. far less kitchen stove hung a pair of Phil's I )Ir. Medway was not at all a hardhearted 1 which time the business was established
Our Young
that thick woolen stockings, and these she man, though perhaps a little too ]by the father of the members of the

Katie's Work" be looking hastily pulled on over her own. Therewas intent on his own particular interests. present firm. It" was originally built

"Hurrah !" of him. I Ii I no question in her mind as to the His voice was husky when he spoke to about the year 1702, by Charles Reed,

The door flew open with a i and Phil per- course she would take. It was more Katie. I I who bought the lot iu 1701 from Letitia,

Phil Paysen burst into the ; Medway's en- than half a mile by.: the road to the mill, I How did you happen+ tote: the daughter of William Penn. In 17?*

where his mother and his were some, across the bend it was less than half fire?*' I! Heed's widow conveyed the Property to

sat sewing, his face flushed, too young that distance. I "\\"'hyl4':5he -" j t Israel Pemberton, who, uu his death

shining, and his cap swinging to say The late rains had swelled the river, looks out of her window a -\len :u 17.11, willed it to his sun .John on
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his head. answered and overflowed its banks, but the times a night to see that I'm all right. I j I whose death it was sold to the Pleasant!

"Why, Phil !I" bridge was still there, even though 1 said Phil, with brusque earnestness : family. From the latter's hands it
recommended" of the had ; "and she prays: for me before she goes in I';!"; into tho
Give three cheers, mother I many country people begun I passed r of .T;+;n.
wouldn't be think it to sleep. That's how, )Ir. )lc1}way Mokes for what then
like a dervish, Kate I I'm to unsafe. Katie did not doubt I was stated to bei

night watchman in Mr. Ie< : him all for a moment but what it would hold Oh, Katie, little sister !I" j i "the great sum of .f:, _1It }:"..'). .1d.." and

at fifteen dollars a month. Oh, wide awake her light weight, and over it she flew I "Well well !" said Mr. Medway, ; )[r. Stokes family held it until 1' 17

ain't you glad ?" He does the she thought that it creaked and swayed who seemed to be having a great deal when it passed into the hands: of the:

"Very glad, indeed," him ten dol- under her, and she fancied herself I of trouble with his throat and eyes. I seuior member of the firm whi< h now

. Payson, and for a moment ." breaking through once or twice, but on I """ell well I" And he was silent, for occupies it. It was tirst opened as a

pleased enough to satisfy and )Ir., Med she sped, her large dark eyes strained I what seemed to Katie and Phil, a long, ; coffee house iu the year 17"U, the proprietor

est expectations. Then her for it, and fixed on that flaring red light. It long time. I being one William Bradford,

more than seemed hours to her before she reached "I suppose I needn't-needn't come I a printer, who, in applying to the

ed."But your school, Phildear, ; the milL She had been there before to tore again," Phil mustered courage to Governor for a license to keep the

have you leave that." a man yet,'' take Phil his lunch once when he had say presently. |' house, said : "Having been advised t.

"I don't mean to, laughingly. forgotten it, and she knew the way per- Not come again !I" echoed Mr. keep a coffee house for the benefit ot :

Phil, earnestly. "It's all place. There fectly well. In at the dark yawningdoor )ledway.u".hy not, boy Of course merchants and traders, and, as some

right. I'll study nights-it be glad to I she darted, and up two or three you'll come again, every night."' He people may at times be deairoiu to be

keep me awake, you know- i narrow steps. There was sm ke in the put his hand OH Katie's head. "And furnished with other liquors beside*

Cary is going to hear me classes, too a air-surely. .. I'm going to pay you a man's wages:: coffee, your petitioner apprehends it i* <

afternoon at five o'clock. She Gary de She opened; the door of the engine- J after this. A boy with a sister like necessary to have the Governor

to,. mother. Oh, mother, do a of him to I room, and closed it hastily behind her, yours ought to be encouraged. I'm license." The place at once became

. glad really !" swelled with pretty sure you won't let this happen and
with a quick, shrill cry of dismay. popular was patronized by the
Mrs. Payson pulled her tall again. Governor and other
"Phil Oh Phil !" many persons of
and kissed'him tenderly on something And he slammed the door behind note, as well as by all prominent and H

ing cheeks. As for Katie, she was taken sud For the room was full of smoke. him."Oh well-to-do strangers. Being situated
Through it the lamp-light showed pale !''
erally on tiptoe with delight. Katie, terrified Phil in such a conspicuous, and theu central
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a little brown gypsy, with dark nothing but and dim. Little tongues of flame were "Oh, Katie !" part of the city, the coffee howe soon. ..
of fire and fun. runuintr over the floor before the fur- They went home iu the morning early -
; and when became a sort of exchange, and public
"Good for Miss Cary," sister's white nace, lapping up a shaving here and and Mrs. Payson heard. the story of sales of slaves( live stock, wagons add

twirling around on her toe?. the doctor, he ther ,and craw ling, snakelike, up the the night's adventure. carriages and lesser articles were held in

she just splendid ?" wall very near the window. And Phil "Twenty-five dollars a month, mother -
never sleep the street in front of its public room.
"She is very kind," said )[ sat by the rough (able, his face buriedin !" cried Phil. "Think of that 1 And In 17SO the premises wen rented to

river'I his arms, asleep-so sound asleep and it's all Katie's work bit."
son, smiling ; and 1 am for alarm, every Clifford Dally by John Pembtrton, tie
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more glad than I can tell ) so stupefied the smoke that Katie'sfirst But Mrs. Payson, thinking too of then proprietor, who Wing a stanch i

came :Mr. Medway to give said cry failed to arouse him. Katie's work, shuddered and drew them
cramp, Quaker, made Dally sigu the follow tog F
place? It is a very smile in She screamed with all her might, close, and kissed them both. agreement before leasing him: the house

tion-you know." 're doing just and shook him then. -.- "On the Sth of 7th mo., 17>0, the

Yes," said. Phil, and he and keep them "Phil : dear Phil she cried "Oh The Delightful Cactus. said Dally covenants and agrees and
and his /ire !"
hung head. "Squire away in a -J promises that he will exert his endeavors -
recommended me, mother. : It all happened in very little time.
Some Uses to Which the Arizona as a Christaiu, to i-rtserve
said he told him I That one last word, shrieked in Phil'sear
way was a night-fall])
Indians Put the Plant. decency and order in said house, and to 5
I'm I said awoke him lie
worthy boy. sorry )' became effectually. understood All of the varieties cacti bear fruit, discourage the profanation of the sacred
things about him." the situation and to his
quite her- sprang which is valued by the Indians foi food name of God Almighty by cursing,
"I'm he deserved it
sure light-hearted feet."Don't They also cook the fleshy leaves _of the sweating, etc., and that the house on
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flashed forth "for whistle :I" cried Katie
catching
advertising air took : .
merry prickly pear when young, which are the firnt cloy of the week shall always be
to put us out'that is just his arm. "Don't the town
rouse
his books and ,
\ said to resemble string beans in flavor. kept closed from public use, that due
said-when--papa-went Phil. We can put it out."
away work. Katie ...
The Indians also use the head of the regard and reverence may be manifested

fering to find good homes for u the door. Thefell to work then with a will. maguey, or century plant, for food. It for retirement and the worship of Goa."

idea What would a home be else to-night. After all, it was not much of a battle. It is found everywhere in the territory Dally also bound himself to pay a penalty -
mamma ? And what would
have always There were pails and an abundance of and is cultivated for revenue in Mexico. of '100 if he ermitted any gambling -
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without.us,1'd" like" to know. day. What if water at hand, and the tire was not It contains a large amount of saccharine with dice or cards, and to t'uliill
Whatindeed ? echoed the
really under headway. The flames, matter. The century hypothesis in regard this purpose his first lease was only for

"I can't tell, Katie. But opened his: though widespread, had not begun to to its blooming is a myth, however, one year and his second for twice that

Dreams thought he was :, "I'm as bum through the solid floor, which was long since exploded. instead of requiring length of time. At the end of that
best. He has been
very said he. "1 minutes a hundred years to attain ma- period it was used as a store and
through our trouble and I
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I wanted to. turity and blossom, the plant blossoms dwelling, and later simply as a dwelling.
that it his influence .
was that .
the window. He turned
Phil this situation." : to Katie then in seven years from making its first -l'ff. Rxchtia4ye.!

the comical, who. stood pale and trembling, as she a Pl'ea rance.It .
But it's mean for Phil to .
had not trembled before.
Phil's face. then dies, its mission ended. The
argued Katie. "I wish I
something." a little "Oh, Katie!" he cried, chokingly leaves, which are fleshy and stiff, with Straw Lumber.

track., into "how did )'OU-" thin edges covered with thorns, branch -t
Phil wrinkled his
nose at Lumber is being manufactured from
should, go ',to And Katie told or tried to tell ; but from the root in long lances, growing
and laughed. straw at several places in the West, and
have ,a notion long before she had finished she was to the height of three or four feet. The f
"I'm
the head o' this is
coming into foi
quite a general iu'e
did. Katie
centre of the plant consists of
crying-hysterically around his neck. a largehead
he. You and mother
are that would be certain kinds of work. It is turned
did. I don't mean you shall "Oh, Katie, darling, don't. Don'tKatie. something like a cabbage. From out in boards or sheets thirty-three
Phil this springs a pole, eight to twelve fe thIgh
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more sewing for people. inches in width by twelve feet In :length:
which branches near the top, bear
"My flfteen-year-old man," his heart, I The door opened at that moment. ing a yellow flower. The Indians and of various thickness It is heavier:

mother, laughing too ; but .elf. "Hut'of Phil knew who stood there before he pare the head for food by roasting in pr an ethan black walnut, lias no grain, is of .

tears gathering in her eyes. heard Mr. Medway's voice. oven made of stones sunk in the ground. the color of strawboard, though considerably -

And Katie dimpled, and brother's wet "Heyday;" Vhat's. all this fuss We had an opportunity to taste a pieceof darker, and is much strongerand :

lapsed in swift gravity. night than .about ? the nwrjitry so prepared, and found i it stiffer than ordinary timber.
"There has been fire sir answered ,
a Though made in considerable quantities
"I know what I can do, she tossed and delicious, sweet and nutritious, tasting
Pliil, readily, though with a shake in at the present time the supply seein
said, going close to her last into aw very much like old-fashioned home- ,
his voice "But is out.now." hardly equal to the demand. There
hold made molasses
can up your hands the once before candy. If that was a
Mr. Medway stepped into the room
are the-
in
advantages
material which
somebody in the Bible did. sitting room j specimen morsel, the Indians deserve
without another word, and taking up near future will make it of
probably
the mill from window : no sympathy the
nyr sprang to the on score of their diet,
the lamp proceeded to examine the wall the
highest value not for -
only carpenters
night-every night, Phil, across the as it was really a luxury. ,
the floor and the furnace itself care and architects but for the car
sleep, I shall ask God to to see Phil's. The juice of the plant is also converted ,

my brother ; and every time in the engine fully. into syrup and a fermented drink, builder, and, ia fact, for the mechanics
"Gibbs must look after this in the
I shall look down at you, so you laugh at her, called ffcic/n by the Indians, and the generally. Its toughness, the tinum- >
morning, he said : and he placed the
feel lonesome." Mexicans distill it with which it holds nails and M-rtvr-
out of
: pa making an intoxicating
lamp on the bench again, while Katie I the ease with which it can be cut by
called
liquor
of ?
the niccul.T1'e
"Something also
<. and Phil stood by with sinking heart the aid of heat, shaped in dies, and *1.-:
tested this liquor i burnt
style ? laughed Phil, trying air said on anouielette
Suddenly he looked at Phil's sister. ,
not liable to shrink and b little:
the moisture he felt and found it as good as for or warp
away said. I will l brandy thatpurpose.
"Why what are here for ? he
you affected by water, even when unprotected
his eyes. You're a trump ." asked i In its natural state, un-
not unkindly
makes the probable
of its
but, of course, that's all The lamp Ah, how easy it woul.1 have been not l ''I burnt, it has a strong smoky taste, resem uses, extraordinarily range It ee 1l1.i tf'
bung Scotch
looking out-you know. whisky. Many useful
brightly to tell him-to say that Phil was lonesome be a non-conductor of heat and dt'c-
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'articles
Katie wasn't sure of that, to see the and wanted her for company ; to are made from the fibre of the tricity. .

and she meant to do just as she to window as say anything but the dreadful truth. maguty, ropes and even paper having ... '
been
manufactured from
it were. She would feel as if Katie thought. But Katie's honest little nature abhorred .. it.
A New Yorker calls Chicago ''"out
somehow,helping Phil, and all was right. a falsehood. "What is the boundary that "
separates lying town. The title be deserved,
be a co Dfort. Their little. "I-I-he was-I-" she stammered, a smile from a tear ?" "Give may
it ;'
m but there are a numbers of towns ia the-!
though on the same side of the ? It flickered :: with many painful pauses, "I-" I 1 l "The nose." ,
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; The Broad Field of Science. I 3000 meteoric tones reach the faith For the Fair Sex. 1
I annually. These stoLe are usually of Religious Sentiment. passes away from life in such decrepi-
inconsiderable Summer Wraps. tude. What ones of the world's
Oxide-Bronze A New and Remark- size, but as they bavebeen great
able Compound Metal.--The Pur- falling since a very remote periodin One of the latest styles of ulster gives Never exaggerate have thus staggered on, and thus t
poses to which It can be Applied. geological history the aggn g e the effect of a suit, but the only objectin Never betray a confidence. mumbled their way down to the tombin

One of the most valuable and interesting mass which has thus been added toot r improving it in this way is to make it Never leave home with unkind words. your sight ? Did Washington and !

products of the scientific investigation planet must be very great. The largest take the place of a suit, which it cannotdo :Never neglect to call .K-fferson and Madison and Websterand
of the age is the new material called meteoric stone ever found is in the for in that case it ceases to be itself friends. upon your Clay and Jackson thus go down to

"Oxide-Bron/e," which was invented Royal Academy of Stockholm and and becomes something else. The objection their last sleep ? Pass rapidly over the
by Mr. J. B. Stamour of Philadelphia weighs twenty-five tons. The L u *um to it lies it: this : That massingmore others.Never laugh at the misfortunes of mighty roll of those who in the civilized -

and is now being manufacturedby at Copenhagen contains one of Un folds above the draperies of the nations have died since our century !
the American Oxide-Bronze Co., an tons ; the British Museam ene of more dress increases the weight without Never give a promise that you do not began and you will find that not manyof

organization incorporated here in Nov., than five tons ; the museupi at St. << addinj anything to the use or the intend to fulfill. the grand multitude acted out the

1882,with a capital of$2,000,000, $20,000 Petersburg one of 1080 pounds ; Yale j beauty ; for an ulster is not intended to We walk upon the verge of two sixth and seventh scenes of Shakespeare -

shares of $10 each. The officers of the College one of 163o pounds ; and the be beautiful, and, in summer particularly j worlds ; at our feet lies the very grave but rather s.mk suddenly down j
company are : President, John J. Smithsonian Institute, one of 1400 requires to be as light as possible. | that awaits us. as heroes lie down to rest, when a great
Keese. M. IX, Professor of Toxicologyin pound I The dust cloak in which the cape forms victoiy has been won. Edmund Burke t
Every Christian should be a man of
the University of Pennsylvania ; -- the sleeves, and which is held in to the may stand as an average picture of an
courage and constancy true to his
cen-
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Secretary and Treasurer, H.r.. Ma- I back, is perhaps the most desirable old age which comes after u life lived
A Few victions and ever ready to stand up for
chette, and J. B. Stamour, :Superintendent. Good Ones. summer! wrap. It does not crush the the right in the face of every foe. upon God's side. He moved Englandthe
Oxide-Bronze may be described as a Romantic gorges : "What do you sleeves of the dress like the tightfittingulster more deeply the older he became.

compound metal, stronger, harder, think of the mountain gorges, Mr. Spi- ; it is tasy to put on or take off, Keep your religion sweet. A SOUl His mind seemed to acquire i p-)wer as
, and be made in cloth kind of piety, that is always finding the hairs increased r
tougher and more durable than brass, cer asked Miss Ladybird of her may of light gray in number,
or any other alloy, and considerably neighbor at the hotel table.H"'ell," weight, in dark linen, or in summer silk fault with others, grumbling and growl- and the heart grew )'eadyIrmer '

cheaper. It is adapted to almost every said the otherthou ;htfully, as he looked small check or hair stripe. Where a ing because things are not different toward friends and country. One of
little warmth and light weight is from what they are, Is neither well his greatest political
purpose that brass is used for and is about him. "I think that old anaconda very productions on its
particularly valuable for situations I at the head of the table has gorged himself required, cost not being so much of an pleasing to God, nor profitable to men. way to the printer when he fell in deatha

where there is much friction, as in about up to his collar button." object, the gathered cloaks in fine camel's Open your heart to the sweet influences colossus to the end. Thus Lord
car boxes and journal bearings. 1 hair, with lining of twilled silk and of divine grace, and let a little of God's Brougham, thus Archbishop Tait went
I he
Why him
saw : "Didn't I tell
you facing down the front of moire sunshine into your soul. and thus the
Reihle Bros., the testing machine builders I didn't want to see in this courtroom striped away, living great men,
here, have recently tested the oxide- ,I I I again?" asked you a police judge of are very good and useful, either in black THE Riiiirr SPIRIT.-A cold-hearted Gladstone and Victor Hugo and their

bronze and found that its tensile strength !I an Irishman. "Yes, sor." "And didn't or ecru. Christian such an anomaly can bean class are not playing the final parts as-

was 3tj-, 02 pounds to the square incha I I I you promise that I would never see you Shade Hats. c do little to win souls. As Payson sighedbytheold dramatist but they are
strength greater by several thousandsof I again ?" "I did, *yer honor." "Then Large garden hats and that class of sum- puts it : "I never was fit to say a wordto moving along, giants to the last.

pounds than that of any other metal i! why do I see you ?" Because ye are mer headgear designed specially for protection a :sinner except when I had a broken Thus human life lies before us in its !

yet known. Thomas Wood, of this city, {i i I not blind, yer honor." from unrelenting summer sun heart myself, when I was subdued and whole expanse an arena where the sons
who manufactured the Brush electric i!I seem likely to acquire and letain a melted into tenderness, and felt as of God gathered their stOles of merit.

light machines here, used oxide-bronze I I A coroner's jury, impaneled to ascertain character of their own. For one thing, though I had j just received pardon to my Childhood and youth, and middle life
in the journal boxes, and after eight j, the cause of the death of a notlI the requirements are always the same, own soul, and when my heart was full 1' and age are all in the divine philosophyof
months of constant use they were taken II i I rious, drunkard, brought in a verdict of and they are Of an informal and unconventional of tenderness and pity." And should it I man ; they all make one long harvest

out, and the metal was found to be per- !, "Death" by hanging-about a rum character. So long as a not be the earnest cry of every true time when the arms may be full of rich
feet, notwithstanding the tremendous I shop. In California a coroner's jury, "shade" hat does shade the face and Christian heart"Renew a right spirit sheaves. As a general rule for those

friction to which it had been subjected. :! under similar circumstances, rendered make a picturesque object in the land- within lie !" A teacher should fear to whose three or four score years are run
Other severe tests of the new metal have i|; a more courteous verdict : "Accidental scape it does not make much difference come before a class of immortal souls it takes only three mouths to die. An-

been made with equally satisfactory !i j death while engaged in unpacking a whether the braid is fine or coarse, the and indifferent towards Christ and to- gelo, when in his ninetieth year, went

results. Owing to the immense strength I i Sla
and durability of the metal, it is admir- i II'j This from Figaro shows that French i fitness, however in making it as light SEVENTY YEAKS.-The following throwing out his great thoughts in art
and in poetry in a of which his
looking as possible and the trimmings power
,
ably adapted for paddle wheels and children are not altogether unlike is an extract from a striking
spikes for steamships. It is also being j I American : Little Jack is on his father's'knee of white lace and India muslin, there- sermon preached by David Swing, in youth had not even the dream. His
mind revealed only the sadness which
used instead of brass for and him fore,which have been in vogue for several
satisfactorily kissing affectionately. Chicago, in which he points out the
comes from having discovered too late
cemetery ald lawn railings, etc.s 'I In a tender voice the author of his years past, aided by chrysanthemumsor only fountain of perpetual youth that is
the inexpressible grandeur of the uru-
it be made of being exclaims "You love yellow field flowers, such as mustard,
can any color and of any : me dearly vouchsafed to mankind :
degree of hardness, and as it possesses j, do you not, my child ?" "Oh, yes 1 cowslips or buttercups, have at least verse. In his last months he wept this
seemed highly appropriate and There are lawyers and preachers and sonnet, full of regrets but full of power:
so many advantages over brass, bronze, f: love you ; because you are such a very suggested
( refinement without writers now living who would gladly go "Borne to the utmost brink of Life's dark
I i
great
etc.,and yet can be sold at so much lower obedient papa." any back if sen.
possible and lay with more
I cost. But the fashionable shade hats Too late thy joys I understand. 0 Earth!
rates it is certain before
long to A rich
prac father : The late Baron de patience all the foundations mental and How thou
do
of this season the large Leghorns and -t promise peace which cannot
tically supersede the dearer and less use- Rothschild once took a cab to his offices emotional, of their pursuits. They be.And .
Let straws have dropped the simplicity
fulmaterial.-Philoiletyhla Ejchan'je. and that repose which ever die at birth!
on alighting tendered the
would have languages
proper lingered longer among
ThH of life
of muslin and ignore the butter- retrospect through many a day.
fare. The cabman received it but kept Sow to its close attained
rI cups ; they have restored the white and sciences and literatures and by Heaven's decree -

-.e Tungsten imparts remarkable properties his band open and looked at the money plumes, the black velvet ribbon and the I essayist and toric.ianscou1d: : they have Brines forth. from memory in sad array
significantly, which caused the baron realized in advance what a half centurywas Only old errors that till follow me."
to steel. When there is from pink roses, and male the shade hat as
10 to 12 per cent. present in the steel the to inquire whether it was not right. costly and elegant as if it were a dress to come year by year after they hap Thus ran this mind for nearly a bunw'
"Oh, yes ; replied the cabman, "its left the early school house. Each ne died and encountered nowhere
latter cannot be worked on the lathe, bonnet. Of course, they can be worn years a
quite right: but your sons usually giveme I decade has revealed the bad judgmentof month not marked
and it resists the tile, but it may be for finer and more formal purposes than or a day with the
forged and polished. Steel with 5 tot double/' "They do; do they ?" the simple muslin trimmed hats ; but that early impatience, and has strange divinity of soul. A single win...

> per cent. of tungsten still hard, but was the baron's reply ; "well, they havea they cannot be used so conveniently, brought the wish for permission, if possible ter time contained tLe period of failure,
rich father and can afford it ; I have to try the race of life again. while it took ninety to contain
it in years
can be worked on the lathe. Tungstensteel and are a source of anxiety case of a
can be highly magnified, and mag not. sudden shower, while in the first instance Woman joins in an insurrection againstthe the days of triumph. .
nets made from it have very great power. The Abbe Moigno has formed a com- ; a "tie" would make the most universe when she acts as though ,,,,

" Tools made from tungsten steel ar e'J paay in Paris and has raised $100,000; saturated hat as good again as new. her life were all involved in those few
. very hard. They are first forged into for the purpose of dragging the Red Still, nothing can dislodge the coarse years covered by her personal beauty. Co!. Snowden on the Trader

shape and then ground. Sea and Bitter lakes in order to recover straw hat, with its muslin and flower I Life coming from Supreme Life contains I Dollar.

Experiments have been made by M. the chariots, treasure, arms and otherremains trimming. It is pretty and cheap, : no dead or deformed divisions o.r. Colonel A. Louden Saowdeir,.

Leforte on the production of vowels of Pharaoh's host, which he easily remodeled and universally becoming ,: departments. The glory of God is allover l Superintendent of the Mint, at Philadelphia
and whispered speech. Air is blown believes to lie there covered with a saline and while it will do for some it. Physical beauty is only one of 1 is of the opinion that the
deposit. The research will be prosecuted ladies to whom is to the gifts of Heaven to the daughters of
. into a cavity of variable capacity, open money no object, Government should retire the trade dol
and closable at the upper part. The by divers. The expedition 1 is indulge in country reminiscences of eaith. That form of worth may fade lar. The principal causes for the disrepute
sounds characteristic of vowels ale thus ready to leave Marseilles, and is only detained Versailles and the court of the GrandMonarch [ | away into beauty of mind and heart, into which the.coin has fallen, he

: produced. The author claims to e.lied by tbe outbreak of cholera at the yet to the majority summer is I but it should be as dawn passes up into holds, is due to its want of legal tender

l the vowels are not timbres ((as generally >ea ports. a season of release from a too burden- the morning and not as evening passesdown power and the enormous fall in the

. taught) ; they are notes of different Tifl* BUSHEL VALUE OF LJ\"}:.- some environment, and the less difficult in night. Merit never deserts"tbehuman price of silver. Its bullion value at the
heights of the instrument of speech What is love'i Love is keeping a ten- summer requirements are made the soul. At all points of human date of its authorization: Febru-ry 12,

(quite distinot from the vocal instrument i|.dollar! family on six-dollar salary. better. life the individual is a blending of the 1873, was 102] cents, and in July of they
When man kisses a girl and Street Garments. human and divine. Woman is lull
). Various timbres may be communicated -.1 a young same year 102} cents. Xow fluctuates
calls it heaven, it shows plainly that he authori/ed by nature to make her fiftieth between <;
to them by action of the. |I The street garments of the present Sfq] and 87 cents. While the
.1 muscles of the organ of voice. doesn't know auj more about heaventhan season are small, but rich and exceed year as noble as her sixteenth, her learning trade dollar has always been acceptable
a gosling knows about Beethoven's ingly graceful. The solid styles are her conversation, her taste, her here, in other cities it has been from
J Every bread-maker has observed that sonatas. Love is like beer, it gets flat usually of thick, satin-finished Ottoman matchless purity her infinite friel1llIipwhich time to time ejected, and as a consequence
r the temperature at which her dough is, I when it is uncorked all the time. Some silk short upon the back, but with leaf- has not enough worlds to conquer Philadelphia is burdened witha

I kept while rising has a decided influence girls can't tell the difference between s taped ends in front, and magnificent being more than able to atone f > a very large proportion of the depreciated -
e upon its quality. If it is kept warm, love and taffy. A baby is love mate finish of twisted chenille fringe. Other the tints that may have faded from the coin, largely in the possession of

h so that the process of fermentation rialized. Whenever love has to playsecond styles have a basque finish, and trim- : cheek. When physical beauty is made the laboring people, who can ill afford
1" goes on rapidly, the bread will be whiter tiddle it is time to break up thto e ming of handsome thread lace and the aim of being, life is limited to about the loss of a 13 or \;; per cent discount.
If r and tenderer than if it is allowed I b 1.nd. Love will make a man spit on passementerie. The lace is all-lace, I twenty years. Thus are fifty years left Unless relief was granted Colonel Snow-

1. rise in a low temperature. The littler his hands and take another hold that is, body part and trimming. The without an adequate reason for living, den said the loss would fall upon those

' yeast plant with the long name flourishes, when every other power on earth hand is latter is sometimes arranged in a full except that a part of the period was the persons least able to bear it. If not exchanged -

r. best at a temperature of about 72: a backed out and given it up as a bad job. double fall upon the shoulder, and a approach to beauty, the other part a retreat in standard dollars they would
when it has abundance of sugar to feedis l Love is worth two dollars and a half a double flounce below the strip that full of much humiliation. The continue a vexatious element in daily

upon. If no sugar is put into the bushel to any man or any woman liv- constitutes the garment proper. In the. rose lives for its physical charm alone. business transactions. They should be
re dough the plant converts the starch l Its beauty is the whole philosophy of its
I ing small summer garments there is an infinite changed by the Government and retired
ie of the grain into sugar and feeds upon l THE ONE HE DIDN'T Taxi variety in lace, netted chenille, existence ; but the moment we estimate from circulation, if for no other reason

Jf it. ...Tames!" i4Yes, papa." 'The re: netted silk with jet, lace embroidered an intellectual and emotional being than that it was discreditable: for a nation

nit; In au article published by Dr. 1 I*.. were seven California pears in that with beads ; and the richer real lace, then color and youth are only the inci- to be forcing into circulation at
Koch it is asserted that the only sus bcupboard.\ Six of them are gone. Do which is seldom ornamented in this way. dents of a few years, and not the interpretation par a dollar of 4124 grains when dollarsof

stances worthy of the name of disinfectants you know anything about ? "1 never The simplest of all the small out-door of a life. Merit stands readyto 420 grains of the same standard fineness ;

.& are chloride, bromine, iodine,: took one of tLeni." ""Sure" 'Ce garments is the cape, and this is so convenient take possession of the whole threescore issued by authority of the same
.t.:V mercuric chlorine and peibaj s, potassium j:I tain. pa. Wish I way die, if-" "Youd. that it will not be easily releiiquished. and tell years, and to wake the Government, are refused ut more than

JY.... i.eiuiangauate and osmic aci ;! wicked, bad boy ; how often have I told At present it is almost universal last years more glorious than the first. s7 cents. The omy lass to the Government
>, It has been fouud that Spurt of the! I you never to use such an expression ; few ladies but possess one or God; is with his children always. in exchanging standards for trades

. bacillus of splenic fever kept for many: Here comes ma ; let us see if she kuows more in black chenille or lace, and Even Shakespeare does injustice to was that it would not make a profit upon
:t- days in a 5 per cent. zinc chloride sol u- i anything about it." Mamma says lIe others made to be worn with dresses en mankind when he divides life into several the silver used.A .

)It't' develop when placed in suitable saw James take at least five of them."You suite ; the latter are particularly adapted ages and ues up the last two in the 1 _

.t.c. nutritive liquids and even when added little rascal! How dare you tell to gingham, and woolen dresses for formation of a kind of shivering ghost. military matter : Major A. and

to serum containing one-half per cent me you never took one, and here's only young girls. The words his friend W. met and had a drink to-
zinc wonder > this"little one with the grub eaten sideen .. _
chloride. The author expresses The sixth stage shifts; gether. After awhile ,, asked the
how this salt should ever have be left ;'" HOb, pa, don't hit me. I said I An amateur poetess wails: "Oh where Into the lean and Hippered pantaloon," j major up for another smile, and the

It- seriously regarded by respectable chemist didn't take one of themandandand can I find rest ?" Get a position as saleswoman and the succeeding lines are a sort of major hesitated. """hy, Major,"
,d, r. as an antiseptic. that is the one I didn't take." I Ja in a store that dOI't advertise, unintended insult to man and his Maker t says
j
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.huo im.-s interot- of the country. He '

takes the ground that the tarilF should krc"ic..J ?J'
PARSON S P 1 LLSiuLs4IiE BRAND ,:
in order to etfect the reduction of .

;20<) jicr cent which recoiiuueuded by -

the Tariff G+iniuiioiier- and generally.Approved Tree and "tTao1etabl1ir'1''n11'1''O' sJ
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which wanotbrought about by the And will completely change the blood in the entire, !>.y@oh'm in three months. Any lx r-

Eon who will take 1 Pill each night: from 1 to 1'n..ks, may IM rotorvtl to minl 1'1;Fl'.U'FH EXI'lI'S-iLY: : for the IIMof tit. fruit JIM! vegetable #'" "1FI
net of last year.: While he believe.tluit ibll'. Female Compl.iliits the;c 1'llln hano IlI'a /tnndamid'hhlthy! =,r..wth n n ;grl:, : a'-. :
health if such a thing be lO$ For curing [ ltu idaL I it I will !'rltlurt' :a v.r. ,
ultimately the Cu::tonia duties of the equal. Physicians ue them in their practice. Sold everywhere or gent by mail forM I anll trill =apply 1I1':11.h ttPt' with the r..Otll1t'f't htl fOI' hi'tvv 'rt'II. t.fnHt.. t

Government nmt 11 e collected for publicu. .'h'. in stamps. Send for pamplUet., I. S. .rOILSSOS & CO.. r.O-TOX. 31ACROUP -*. [ [' \\'ILl.l;"J: 1IUl' ('r.\' i'tocl :allll v,.t etlblei hisnriamt grI vL.t ;zuau I. Ilk. i'IT

: i I t"11.:. to git:: 'e g': 1 early milttLmI'y. !
BRONCHITIS.JOII latter
ASTHMA
c- only, he would reach that end bysuch .

that the business of the countrycan ON' ANODYNE LIMJIKNTxMUIn: :>Un-!li I. .'.'fX.IILI. J. RHCJJ/JIE\7JE/J FuN rJXEAl'WALTON .." txl"
steps .0 PHTIIER, tdntte.ly relit-ve: these ternblc\1.:1'1anti u ill Ixrtlccl, IS
wn out of 1'11. Ia"m.tti tltltla '.1\1: f
cure < C1 i's <
adjust itself to the change: without s tinny livesnt inv t.y raai i iHiu'i ilclay a nuavnt.rrcriniwu I WHANN "t/ >
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difficulty. There dw- not H.VIU. tut IK.'any! t : :a Letter tlui curl t 1

thing; "wild" aluut this projMl:,itiuil. JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT nz'nuh.It1'vPngCone.tlniniallllF; > I "iltalllat111.: ii.Jwt c

MISCELLANEOUS.WANTED. Chronic feualga.IntenzasoreLung'.LcetinsattheLnn: Uheumaiisni,Chronc Ourrhaa: ,Omnic lly.clltll's.('trenicIttarencsi.ILid.Choler.I.rbus.. Ki.JnryTrouhles l>i>easc:. :' ot hdopine Ci'j'f'tin M I.. "a <>f tin ."/""/- ".!IIL". '"" 1? 1,,';/,:' !lltll .1 ."f J.f ? ;
and Lain };a.:". s>,:d C\'ll''wtrc. : .nt1 icr Pun hlct w I.S.Juii>sux S Co., v."rus.iLvs" I
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It U a well-linrtTvn fart that most of the I '
HrrcinJ ('atl.! loader at.UI In ttis HENS LAY I PLOW BE AND.TXO. '
ccoMry is ""nhl '5: t'ut! :u.rUlin'! J
ConJit.on 1'cmdt.r i> aha lnMy pure anilerv I

ooo MEIST \ valuiUe. Nothing: nn earth tp.Tioonftl to each pirtcTiowttn. 1 ; 0111101111.dt'nt for Kntn: .1 ::ri53APTPO -.1
oo will niakt hens lay like >lwri.l.n'oi Condition Powder iv t' one : _AXDEII-SOX. ..
kJoJ.1.vl..! .. ur...nt by 1lW1l tor:;;/ eta.: m& :1P 3. I. S. JOHN-MIX j; (".>.. IJosros.MAKE .tiLida I "

WOMEN AND CHILDREN My Vegetable and Flower deed Catalogue*the K I ;: t..
$ sp bCt f thirty yrur expctn.ni.0 as .1 bred !;rower. t. ',
To read this adveiti-omeut and learn the eta a,05 etatiuhmtntwurantadtJbtbctnirtahandtrueWnamt ill t-e sent frvt*to all ho aprujr. .Ml socJ sent from my. COLLIN &! C1 3 RD F-i

',14OpY'd s.Mii.that should it prove otherwise. I a ree to refill mV ;
Safest Place to Buy, rf* den(?rxis. M y cullectit uf vecablt set J is one el the ,'J
most extensive t-ibe luund in aoy Am a lust part cl it is cf rev own Lmwia;. An the urltf- -'- :3t_-.a.._. .- -' iZ2J. rl'
Place to Buy gal IntroJutt-rof tllp Errly Ohio. lint t
Cheapest
U r HnrbanL. 1'otatofw. Marblt-heu Eurly Corn, the ,' I j
llabbanl- uu.h.3turblchnJ t'ubbutfv,and a score c t other
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Best Place to new VecenMca.I invite the patronage cf we public. In the gardens _...:, I
Buy. an.l on the fonu tf thus w ho vl.intmy seed M ill be found my 1. t'r
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beat advertisement. .. ,.
1854-1884 JAMES J. H. GRESORY, Seed Grower, Marblehead Mass. ., -\ ...-. ..j";.....;'-,:-r--._ .I
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Ludden & Bates'SOUTHERN Orange Grower, MANUFACTURER3 C


AT : MPEKTON.Stockbridge ; .

MUSIC HOU : E, Vegetable. Manure, Axes, I'ii Picks9

Savannah, Ga.. and New Y 01'11.
AND OThIEatcets R EXT11A: QUALITY
AT : -ir; 1'KII TON.AMMONIATE1) .
and chain of Branch Houses. TOOLS FOR F Q RMS AND

.A ffw.fa. (;'.:. j M'jittH. (i". : : .I DISSOLVED I : I BONE.AT :, PLANTATIONSI'

Raw, (r'J. (' "linln*. ('"-I.Cbarhtte $40 PElt TON Also, FINE STEEL AND CJiE I I

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Of all sizes and prices frora $5 t"\ ,oJ." 1'> 50. Plying: Xaeliines.Farmers .
J/t+.c. ] J'tcl'tOttrUkj Fla. Thoo old t-tal>li-lK- FEKTIL1XEKS aiv well awl favorably known throughout: I
will receive valuab'c' information, catalogues! &c.,
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All under same InUll;;elllellt. Instru- I the TATE OF FLOltll'A. They arc Ol iL! vil at material rxtluctiun on theftlrmtrprict
to the makers
by writing
ments. Terms and 1'rices[ precisely' >due ':and can -upplied in any quantity tol'thtrwith circular l'ton, appleation. ,

a.. Savannah central House.Viite u; COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York.KEAII2GTOI2r .
'I'I'l'JI"'UIU'TO! "i1I:It. State .' eaats.Ai .
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PIANOS & ORGANS ; A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT! ;

that wiii play any tune, and that any ;

From the foil's' pate?! Meiers.i r 1 one, even a child, can operate. \VE ILVVE THE

The Orgintite has gamed: uih :a "" ,/ / ;' that a iciujiuy .,%cnntun, tf i: is rut ne.easary. It ui ite and Best la tb W aril I
Equipped Armor
Largest '
Drought within the reach of all bv our iit 4 t uiiiiicuc[to vi>:hot.aS a frRKFtCT DKOAN ta.uj lysMtihawtai.'y
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l.O\\ Prices and EASY Tunis. 'Nine i ( I tt' 1\ I daiv etc. etc. 1:,,'usibls, ff t..rce Sto114 i>d:...", %.and.
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Leading and Keliable Makers. Over :nth I i;, I I Slt ix.iluiated jf rce-ls"ih tier t.XtKo".ll.N tom icxuia V tLc.''c and tune.SWELL.:n-l it i.>\,..'r.oi' n y p AND CONSEQUENTLY TIE DI::.T 0:' FACILITIES FOU M.XNUFACTLTUNGTESTING \'JJ

different styles: and prices No other i i0 r I nct.t-.s2ry.. t<. v'e the cal.er tune in the main ni>.rt.. .aisho FIREARM.*. WE ILl\L: :.:.'k'I::
J f.4 iij u ia tne picture,ana t.rn the uamtlc. "h..I1..rt. p.cr.i'.o
House in America otVeis such a magnificent ; ,t IJ n (rp l 1 figs the tvilu*diid Vfi'cls the paper tune. The prrf.'t .
line of lim-elt: instruments.Chickei / I h7 N '' .t.icUi iu uie\al'cr a.low the to; tarts tu.ouL.l anJ3l"nec..l
I tune ii t .j. /i/1NrNtr.r:11 ut.'tt.uN.I OVER ONE IILLM MILITARY? RIFLE ;
Luddeu t1 Urite- Arion.Mathusbek 1' Vi I I I < tc:. 'thn.t tLe lv:.t knu .t> ? rf iru>;. : etng re* I
injj. : I quac.i tf iLe p rotiner: even a little child cju uperatc it:
IC as to sHiuwu iu tlie picture, a liar u-ii>>]>>3vin; i wont; an 1
and Hallett & lavi::. Piano : r ., her playn.atca atrs s.n tai tLv urs. It to:wry iu tl-c. i.oy Which have b.x-n aurv.I: aaJ are ia we Lt EVE QUARTER OF THE c':1O' ".
-' the huuuui voice ii It '.
test Mated fur to ::j bv. interests :n-
terrains Lush c'.J anti juunjj,assets 1:1 traiaiii Vac r..ive and
Alason t!c Hamlin Packard .Orchestral.1'aIaee __E AHOKi HOIKS OF X CLtL AMVsFMENl. The Irjj-.u'a IS .
"* > perlecUy ttre..uttl tv the picture. It umaUecf.< .W -. ivat.-' RE1 T IIi GT ON SHOT GUNS
and Bay State Organs.ALL ,. ...uecorateU in gut,and iit. tii hands me and 'jri.n.cii,>... The.,
price 4suuisansrtlueutahashi.hertulxcut.rn3he>irina.ti. ;n .nStoaUy -
$1 lactfiisd until new there art over 75.oue t.i use. We are .nfw.n e-!
ARE NOTED FOR THE GOOD RESULT erTAlNED AT ALL RANGES.VU KUtT.: I
O\: EASY 'TE1UI.S.. to yla.l the OruTU.-t:* ou the market i::hi%, reutiy reducedthat
tcae.In;; tin:sate wdi warrant theie>Ucu TO ..\:rEODYviio" HAS USED T:;:::.:. 1
,, :ctn. The Usanetta tauugh sl nlar in tuntrartonj
AI D/ an uafrat'emeHt ui m our> ell >.11.'*n
The 1-1 0 :LID.\ / .
Urantiewl.khseas(fi roan.tn. It
i a-c contain the same nuni.cr virrtts OUR HUNTING AND TARGET RIFLES
N i r an Ila>s t>i >+ nitnc
Will !soon be here and it"hijh time to -- .,.. t..z.i -' Ucr uf<-r laitte: ,

think of selecting a present for your wife.daughter .r_G 1tR. ltr y!.'!ti sCtri tb On Or receipt annctta of if t-jr T extras t '.:!! 1ta." ."\:tn HIGHEST.AWARDS at latrr-.at-o: 'i i Ftioci: am! PRINCIPAL PRIZIS:: .taAKU
sister or sweetheart Nothing u '+t 'r"r"r'R's 7"+1+" tl in\ lrev..and include hKKKC Lc. ,; :'1_: ..""
,7 >(> i-rth ot music.->r on r-j-
be better pleasure-win .i
can ort more ;; tia teit.tfSwtwAsetltitwtL'tr !
than a Piano or aii Organ. NVriieus. or ovstril idw rth ,fmu.k l KY.F. \ .
t fur 9<{.ot>weAill send itwttt: G PJIIiINGTON 7II\l'\ilS\
our nearest branch lunise. for illustratedeataluntls '"I Z .+'t .=li;. y;'r" small s-lct.tion of muiu. FRV.K. G
price lists and circulars giving a, t a ?{; The yacking.yore in Their lu.les Jrt t.aing arn'r a--l

information valuable to intending prh r..andwelstli ap;Iui time UNEQUALED lOIiStrength .

purchasers, and warningagainst humbug; AN ORCHESTRA IN VEI1Y HOME, g52 ;,, HUt;(lesircs.y rt.4rcts: uT,

healers and! Bogus; Maker::. who are now The Massachusetts Organ Co., 57 Washington Street, Boston. .Mass.._U... S. A. Simplicity; Durability, T.1.',,... iJPrecision .n..., Penetration,
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and false statements. We txose BACKLOG >KETCJIEa> I Ao TICK OP 1\J J-EY'J: Ease cf Action, and Rapidity of Fire.E. .
('IUrllr:;f I+;paltaiterIilletl
such frauds ll'allllur circuits In .t.ln1"1.
[' fully. -. with churmuiji.erid..turie,. C'ountyllrevard
ClrdliHy.dJrl'5S ehoiec nii-vclluiy, i-tc.. 1cut:J IIK'-: tin trial I County. .
fur iliviituu.l w,- -'iul cYt'ry "Itll-eriler Florida.11'11FaL.t.l'aliny.
Ludden & Bates, Savannah Ga. F1ZKK: or.rv\\ lloiiilay r.ic-kasc. tnn.i..liu i ;! REMINGTON & SONS
of 1" pitt-i- popular uiukTiiiiif U inh'n..tllI : .1..lovller..ldlmilii--' .
{ -, hack tif:i seutd turtunc tolling earth tratrix of time Estate of .J. \\V..Jo\n. deceaed ,
w. .,'I t ahs IU \Va:! Cii: 5w flulir 11\'k 11..1.1. to I.Uht" t'U'.I"', I pack nun win! late of Hrcvard situityVJttrila.
; g tlirtulitm aU II-.1 :t-t clmmio curiU, 1'i neW 1 I NEW YORK OFFICE, 281 & 283 BROADWAY.
g: :",.eJ fur : With duveraal Log .4bciUort. trickin nB1gicnt'w puzzles, ganu*of tVirtuiu : having tiled in the nilicc ot the 'utility
: "t"iuir.lk-iT ant least lteculineereim. .4..wulaLruu. o I tlio uixstic o"m.-Ilj wayt-tn: -!vt rich 1 Idlt.-1"'* j} Jtuie! ot -:lil Bounty a written:: C''- ARMORY, ILION, N. Y.

,O' bill:;. 1..101. fccceutric: >nc- r wOlull'l'fnlldil\ll ('at'.1'., etc., ,.tl'. EmllcAS tim ot the in-olvency (If ,-aid e-tate : I .. ..
;)161' ;14111 k'rw:. uiuUM.'inoMtiAucnt'* '\lUt.I. Niinplc ]>ai>cr TVir JI SEED r'h :CrttTF.I1 CATALOGCE.
::..I cq o -tanip. llacklo ruMi-hiu;;' Cu Au?''ustu, )lr.STAN I:!'i Notice i* hereby j5\vn to all prisonhaxiiiij = .I -
L ., i claim[ > of any nature a'':ain-t the> 1

-D, Jg: .' '_'_ -:.. ac : "DA .R D I I' said Estate, to tile the amc. duly authenticated. 1i i 3i
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.:.., .'.. I .. :;!., ... .11 "- in the ollice of the (\,Iuit.hU1l': 4 :
or '". -.i.;...., l' i I of ,.aid[ county on or before. the :'Jd 1 day'otMarch i STORY
r Isar. huise ,.. ; r -
t tl d:. J....ulitere.-" 11. GrT iV, :; We Wax : A. l>.1St l. at which time there !&
.11 .\.1 W"I'.m, 'I emll. 1''I i iSAtEM Laundry iuORGANS
IRuN WORKS S31eni. N. C. : will be a pro rata ditribution of the aid I .

-.---.--- -- ---. --- E-tate: :ul1on. tlie -everal cn'litllrl'uti- ,

ONLY S20. liv.-.-rve.Linen, :rieKauiiiui tillI tied. thereto and the said administratrixWitness .-
I ,list .I1u'l1..

r- 'f my name :i. Comity .Jud;:e of
I I i i-h. pret'e11t. till holt fruii: -tickinive: 1 1I -:mid county thi 27th day of August A.

I I, C). 1S.: : .J. A. MCCUOKY. '

H, l t: : bh-'r. -0- I County ..Jndtje.Titusville. _
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'",4 -_.--- ; [ Flu.. Sent. G. ISSo"IU ';11I. The Best and Most Popular Organs cT ag_: = -
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-- FIVE CENTS A CAKE. Sr 'J.-- I now manufactured. fj


Land Oiliee at Gainesville, Fla. ) *
i .hk your toivkeei-er for it. Made- y f December 10.$ I,ra.: i' I, FIRST-CLASS in Tone

; NOTICE[ hereby given that tin- f tl-

r vrA\i>.\ 1U> OIL co.: winnaine settler ha tiled lIurkof FIRST-CLASS in Workmanship. P

__ riU! intfiitiou to make final proof ill*lIp- I

Ohio. port of his claim anil that said[ proof FIRST-CLASS in Material.
Cleveland : : ,
.. will he made hl'fnre.tcwart., elerk i

llurat3"; I" btu t-hvuit[ court at Titu-ville.:: [ Fla.. on Mon FIRST-CIASS in Everything.

I --.:: day. .January 'ISS1. viz : William K.Kuieb. :.

tc I .SoTICE". of Tftu \'mc. Fla.. Hd. C.jJS lor MODERATE in Price

Gainesville Fla. The lot 1. Section :30 Township 20 S.. .- -
Land (hlic : \ :
Pec. 12 1SS5. J I i llue 30: : la-t. WARRANTED for Five Years "--- =..
'i I: He names the following; witnesses toprove I -- _
NOTICE is hereby .iriven that the fol Every Organ of
r his continuous residenct and our manuf.vturc i" not onlv warnmto.1 frn -
lowing-named settler has tiled notice of upon teed to give perfect naiL-tactUm In evvrv i.-irtk-uHr V C years but 3 Ruaraa-
1 PHILADELPHIA cultivation of said land VIZ : George: and moot in the world,and nil uf ; U. factory. li one uf the ..art.t
in our work 1
his intention to make final proof *up- Hunt. Andrew Jackson. Charles H.Xauman. a full lino y tll\ sAGENTS 1u l'iauu. and cats furnish otrlctly: r'c ablJ haft
SINGER MACHINEEljt'AL. : will au\. otyle at the luttt _
his and that
port of claim $ahll'J'lIuf of Hanlover. Fla.. and M. E. t"t.IlUfkdl.ntc

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The above cut represents the most popular cut court Titnvillc.. Fla.. Oil lt Felv- L. A. IJarnes.34v. .I "luth.al.l... u1f r"'i'cclallnluctult.n.s t.o I>ralery
: "hllt
style for the people which we oiler ruary, 1SS 1.' viz: James Lalloehe. of Melbourne .> Register t;. S. Land Oiliee.[ I handling our instruments. tl\ehl iytkrnur}:gtlcuautl J'dl\11'." "cn can 1uuk money
for the low price of .::20. lie- Fla., lid. o.r; >ur I for the lots 2. 3. : us for catalogues lufunnutiou. tauteeUuuausitnte :l!. Write

you very until and 0. Section IS. Tu. 32 S., llan c 40 E. ..the BEST. So preparation.U .
ask to REFERENCES
member, we do not you pay : Any Sank in
., : St. Louis
Atterlming He names the following witnesses to PAYSONSINKV ai wiib any machine.
have the
you seen any fabric.I'upul.rtordeccraaUre -
i all allte prove his continuou re>idence upon ami \II ork nn lnen.! Iecfved Centennial -
examined it if it $ not reprl'
cultivation of said 1:1IH1."iz ? E. L. Gray.of .>lKl)Al. & Diploma.
return it to us at our expense. Consult ofMe'l- ,E-tal'lish.d 5O j earid bv allrU'Jo'lsltauoneri.t STORY & CAMP
Eau Gallic. J. J. Lalloehe.: .
your interests and order once or send] S tu s Agt'd.luuth.
bourne. M. S. Sams of City Point and

for circulars CHAKLES and testimonials.Address A. Wood. & CO.: \V. Cleveland of ltoekledge. Fla.L. T( I rHRS( WANTED S I pe' 203 NORTH FIFTH ST. ST. '

.\. IAUNL.. He ister. Send r Empovment' luring : LOUIS, MO. -
No. 17 X. Tenth St., Philadelphia. SPR1\6 ad hl' }UIF.R. Alires,
March S, 43 Gm 34 .>\v C. S. Land Ollice. ,! .. J.NUCVKBV i Ly..l-BUi.ieli.hi4.I-i. CHICAGO HOUSE: 188 190 STATE STREET.Speaker .

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eDCO XataralrIOorJ'-; Cr su=In lad....' ...'.. nine. residences, one that_ rents for The Idiucnage' ot I" *het.' ,The Pyramid. 3
$1,000 and eight more at $200 each. In .
vThe history of Jay Gould with Near Marblehead, Massachusetts, is "
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i TIle elephant is very abundant on the which the country'has: '.been. recentry, Kokomo business houses_he' owns two !hotels three one of: the best fishing spots in this In visiting the pyramids' the queshoss : '

I Upper Congo; and every morning as entertained, .is not more remarkable Lafayette two ''aridt'two'dwellings residences. ,An estab-; in neighborhood, and daylight found .our to be determined were, In 'mIDY.caaea., almost ,
ascend the river traces ot their than the career of, this man," said Dr. lishment injMonticelloand, Peru fishers on the ground ready' for, the hopeless of, solution. Strange as i k'
Jon < : one at
jjst night's devastations_may1 be seen, Darrow, as we were 'passing the 'resi comprises his banking interest Of the Oursklpperbaited up the ground may seem, no 'two.estimates (,the exact
*for they feera to have a tendency toward dence of E. H. Shirk 1 They have been First National hi Peru Mr. Shirk owns with soft clams, and as', the .vessel size' ot the Great ,Pyramid agreed with ; '. '
destruction.and waste beinglike citizens of swung with the'tide we began'operations.
the'sauie .
place for
vanttn more I .
39,030 of tbe'st ck and the stock '
parrots and monkeys in only eating than 30, years business rivals '''both Lobster' bait hi usedandeachman : : eseh'other.: In spite of the Immense mass .z:'
I
would sell at share.
$500 ,
about a quarter'of 'the food'they procure successful and long at the head of :Milton Stirk Mrs.a Lovatt and A son J., has two lines, one on each side of of written and printed,observations:it was ,

and scattering the restrignt and competing banking institutions and Cruitzer, control, the remaining stock.It the dO jNipPers' and two-poun, still a question how man* Pharaohswers, <- .' ,

left with wanton caprice. So, on the certainly the, speaker's'opportunity for was one of the first established in the blackfish come up thick and fast. Fin engaged on'the building. The comparative : .
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islands of the upper river, where' the correct' judgment had been ample. west under the law and the ally a strong jerk tells of larger game antiquity of this pyramid and the
borassus palms in their *'The manage- and after ten minutes of hauling and
graceful grow operations of no men in the east
ment has profited by all the advantages. other fifty or'1Xty that have been exam-
each palm, with have being hauled we sight a fine cod. The
thousands, blue-green displayed more sagacity than Mr. .
Of the bank at Monticello he is
president ined was unknownThe absolute of ,
its cluster of orange fruit, the elephant Shirk has brougut to finance and trade and William McClain cashierIn gaff is brought out and skillfully Inserted age y
I is to be constantly seen-sometimes in out here' on the Wabasti,":Dr. Darrow I the Tiptan bank he is associated by the'skipper in its gill, to a the pyramid building dynasties is still, and

broad daylight, but more often towards continued. "The industry and shrewd- 'with E. H. Shirk Jr. At he dot. Now sculphi is drawn up, with must long be undetermined. The methods".; '- ,
one place
I sunset breaking,his "way tli rough'thepillarlike ness that would accumulate two rail- runs a flouring ,mill, at another he is mouth open, to be reviled, and again a of working were unknown, and BO'reasom-
I clusters, destroying many a ion at this point woula amass fortuneof cod,and so on until the sun is overhead
a interested in pork packing at another able view had been propounded as to the :!
I beautiful palm for the sake of those fifty millions in New York: There aud the slack biting;tells us of a changeof
he makes
stoves. Last week he purchased tools with which such stupendous results
I colored dates of which he is tide. Our naturalist never neglectsan
orasge stony even more thaii that difference hi the
the ,
I is so strangely fond. You may;also! opportunities." Stirling' block in Indian- opportunity to investigate the carious were obtained. The object: to be reached ,

I fee them, as I have, in the short Tiour "What were Mr/ Shirk's methods?" apolis. 1 sounds uttered by several differ- ,by rearing such masses of almost solid masonry -, ;,
I of tranquil twilight, when'the sky as- 1 asked A Hare Picture. ent species of sculpins that come up was a matter of keen controversy...

I somes a faint golden tone, when the ,"Ceaseless rindustry, they confidence The wonder of-a recent collection of are declared by him to be the voice of :No intelligent su"Cyof? the whole pyramid11." ::"

I great smooth sheet of water, is of the that; comes of'a profound knowledge in rare pictures is' "Munkacsy"' the fish; in other words, its method of platform, uo correct plan and section, no:' .' .
(pro- communication. The is
I vine rich color, and stretches away towards human nature and something like inspi- subject certainly distinct enunciation of the evolved
problems
I the horizon of the broad lake- ration in his judgment of nounced Monkatchy). It is so totally one of interest, and a specimenis ; ':{.
properties different from of his placed in water for electrical were accessible.! We had only the
I like it melts indistingUishably and values". was the reply. *Shirk any previous work dater ,
I Congohwhel'e sky; then you may was hero two or three years before I seen here that it is worth a description.It experiments that will test the different opinions of prejudiced ,observers, tiring "" < '

I see the elephants walking out; in Indian came,*' Dr. Darrow 'continued **In is a Hungarian landscape, representing intonations of its voc?. Among the pet hobbies.of their own or careless exaggerations -

I file from the sheltering forests_into the '49 he was a small but thrifty dry a stretch of meadow,through which fishes here that utter sounds are the of facts, curious enough, JO. ,
I ghalltw parts of the river, where they goods merchant; his operations, however stream utilized dogfish, the cunner, angler, etc. The doubt, in themselves, but presented in .to
runs for
a
by peasants former as might be expected utters a
,
I calm of its reflected
the perfect
disturb were never confined to any one such % fashion as to complicate rather than ;...-
( with looking like their washtub. To the left is the road, short bark, something like that of a
.gold, manY'oripple Branch of business. He
was always :
elucidate the The Council of
I blue scratches on its surface. Here ifI ready to buy or trade for anything running past a turfed-roofed hut, a dog. mall about fifty fishes are known ., difficulty.
that have a language. Our skipper in- the Royal Society appears to have satisfied .
' not too near you'may see them background of trees
you are scrip, a stock of goods, a mill, a farm, poplar showing out
streams of water over their dry forms us that when he was 'a whalin' itself that Mr. Petrie had worked la ''a
i squirt or wild lands. But in his varied inter strong against a dying sun in the sky.
- I heated skins, and observe the'JJlother ests, as a merchant, banker, miller, One has to step far back, get the right tie blackfish has heard utter whales a strange cry out sound, and that is a straightforward way, inclining ,neither to' '

I elephant carefully accompanying her farmer, he was always master of the light, and remind oneself that it is the common belief along the coastbut as this opinion nor to that until the whole of .
; I young one during the bath; :But ordiI 'situation.. As a banker, he would take the facts; which could be, ascertained.was ,
it is at night time and above all II' great Munkacsy to find words of praise.So these are mammals it might be ex
narily risks of thousands of dollars that I as
,
before him and that even then he had '
pected. It is difficult to determine ,
I when there ,is a moon, that the ele- the custodian of the people's broadly treated is it that at first r : .
'- I down drink and money how the sound is made. In some it is proceeded in so cautious a manner that his .'
to bathe. ,
pb ants come could not think of taking. He operatelargely sight you recognize a good,broad smear "
due to the action of the
I much pneumaticduct work while it remains a monument of the .
Moreover they are more commonly his of fresh
on own capital. As a real green, a group of'trees with '
I seen on the Congo during the estate dealer in the swimming-bladder; <1er, while in possibilities of .modern scientific inquiry,
no man country
very shaky tall trunks; the tops of
others it be made involuntarily by
I then the forest may will hereafter be found rather the
dry season, as many little has sold farms as'cheap. He will have \indispensable .
which appear to haTe been tarred and the lips or the pharyngeal or inter- "',
I to be dried andI basis of future than conclusive
f brooks are likely up, nothing to do, with a farm that is inquiry a
i the elephants are compelled to incur not good, his investments whether in feathered. Further off stands one maxillary bones. In the curious'triglathat ; statement itself. The :soundness of .

; I greater publicity in their bath by seeking Tipton county or Chicago evidence which is the portrait of an inverted, one of the party landed the swim the great mass calculations which ne, ',-:; .r ,
. I the great Congo. that the future is bright. His lands are long bandied brush. The figures mightbe ming-bladder has a diaphragm and : has brought ,home can only be proved by'. "
muscles for and it
opening closing I ,of Investigation but it be
I '* for sale and fictitious years ; may safely
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always a or extravagant phantoms but for a strong touch of '
producing a gentle murmuring sound. ."
said that nine-tenths of them will be found ;
, I Hippopotami are often a source of price is never asked I haveno light on their white head-dress.: The In the catfishes that are noted 'talkers" I new, and that the ver soberness
wholly ,
'} I danger to native canoes, as they follow' doubt but that the cheapest agricul- road alone is realistic; it mnsthave been the sounds are produced by their forcing and moderation of his conclusione: ,.while
: I them at times and upset them by a jerk tural lands in the State may be pur- painted with a brush full of mud. Notwithstanding air from the air-bladder into the they place hiui immeasurably above mere
r I heads'und meaUi. On chased of him tQ-day. He buys farms
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oftheir the
huge ojsophagus. This is also case with theorists will at the time la atl ,
same probability L
I with a view to selling them. His the picture grows on you,
one occasion I had a personal experience the eel, whose voice is said to l>e the be pushed by others tar beyond
| of their spite or their ill-timed play, property is ;always for sale'at a slight and in time you discover the master most musical of all fishes, having a anything he has ventured to assert. This I <

I whichever it may have been. I was de, advance. These transactions hi real I hand which bas powerfully portrayedhis metallic trill to it. Perhaps the loud is as it should be. ..Investigatorsare seldom Of.

I Bcendiig the Congo in one native canoe, estate are'on banking principels. and own native land,' with its weird, est-voiced fish is the grunt-a fish of content, as he is, to state facts only; but it .
I and in another was some of my luggage. a'reasonable interest on the investmentseems poetic scenery. That it is appreciated the genus llccniulon-their noise having is their province to provide facts for those
'' I The first canoe in.which I was seated to satisfy him. When any.char been heard two hundred feet .
will be substantiated when learn away. who know how to use them, though it is not "
I with three Zanzibaris, paddling; rounded acter property is held by E. H. Shirk you That fishes uttered sounds was well I. in their power to prevent a misuse of what
I a little promontory somewhat abruptly for a large advance, other'parties are that, on the second day of its exhibi- known to the ancients. Aristole: men- : they have brought together by rash or '

I and came suddenly on a group certainly interested* with him, and tion, 3,000 was paid for it. It is a tions a fish by the name of choiros, or prejudiced or interested partisans.: "

I of hippopotami sunning themselves near the holding is always contrary to little above medium size. Munkacsy's pig, as inhabiting the river, Clitor, In Mr. Petrie went the right way to work. ,
I the bank. Three of them deliberately judgment. But all of his purchasesdo great work, "Christ before Pilate," the Mediterranean, and as being one of Without extraneous assistance he took' his -

I gave chase to the canoe, and for sometime not; prove profitable. For instance, I might find its way. to this country if,he the fishes that have the power of emit- baggage out to the pyramids in the. t.
I ran us perilously hard, keeping with others he became proprietor of the does ,not get frightened by the ting sounds. On a visit to Battocarla, autumn of 1880, and set up for himself in
I within a few feet of the boat, and only Wabash and Erie canal. Shortly after new on the north coast of Ceylon, Sir, one of the numcroos tombs between the
I occasionally showing their nostrils above ward, by selling, a reasonable per cent tariff. Emerson Tennent heard wonderful edge of the pyramid platform and the Arab''
I could have been made. His advice was This new law putting high duties tales of musical sounds that
water. At last they found that a stern were village. There with httle but native so- v .
F I chase: was a long, chase and desisted, to sell, but die partners prepared to upon foreign works of art is going, by alleged to issue.from'the bottom of the ciety, and with rare visits to tairohe'remained ; \

turning about and endeavoring to at- hold. Just at this time it cannot be the way, to interfere sadly ,with the importation lake, and on the lake, in a boat, on a till May, 1881, and, returning ID

tack the baggage canoe, which was fol- unloaded at a sacrifice. of good pictures,to the regretof calm night he distinctly heard,he says, October ot the came year, resumed hi

3.. lowing. For a moment"J feared for my "Eventually, however;fit may appre- the originators, the public and native the sounds. They came up from the troglodytic existence for anotherwinter,
j. luggage, but the' natives who were ciate. His manner is all original. In artists. A dealer told it water like the gentle thrills of a musical with only the break of a run up the Kile ..
paddling managed cleverly toelude, the the land department of his business he prominent me chord or the faintest vibrations of a for a couple of months, The tomb be
;! hippos, a nd put out into 'the middle of seems to hold all the details in his head. was most unpopular, as Americans wine-glass when its run is rubbed by a occupied bad been force ly used by, Mr. A

,: the Congo. Here the river horses de- The original cost, condition of the want the study of the European schools, wet finger. It was not one sustained Waynman Dixon, and had a door and .. ', ,; .

I dined to follow; for I have observed building, acreage, susceptibility of cul- and instead of their crowding out our note, but a multitude of tiny sounds, shutters. 'Mr. Petrie strengthened them, '

they kave a strong objection to swim- tivation, fencing, drainage,. timber artists they teach us how to appreciate each clear and distinct in itself. In and fitted up shelves and a hammock. He,

, icing far out of their depth, and moreover lands, everything he has immediately their cleverness. 2so one will buy a the days of old Home eels were believedto hired an Arab servant who had previously '....
,would find it hard tq resist being at his tongue's ends. This promptness talk, and the Emperor Augustus been employed by Mr. Smith, Mr. Dixon
carried away by the ftnous current and accuracy is largely the secret of his poor picture, either, because he cannot professed to understand their language.The and Mr Gill, and wile was too; well accustomed -
I that races down/ the middle of the success. Another characteristic in get a better. Of the foreign schools the loudest sounds are made by the to the ways of explorers think

stream. You may also be sure of avoiding which he is remarkable almost phenomenal French are the most largely represented pagonias, or drum-fish, and the prionotus anything strange. Mr. Petrie observed

a chase by hippopotami if you steer : He knows no difference hi men. in this country, Munich next, Germanynext called the pig-fish on the Jersey that the temperature of his dwell1Dg-pl ce

: your canoe towards! the centre of the The smallest renter' in the country the Italian last_of all. coast, because of the \loud croaks it which was cut in the solid limestone rock -: x
:) Congo; but then, en revancfce.'. you, are would receive as candid and courteous .. gives utterance to when drawn to the did not vary more than from 68d:'t ,64
likely to get into one of the many whirlpools a hearing from him a? he would award \'aluableIlreawiug.On shore .hi nets.. ,Professor Baird,. whoinvestigated daring the winter months, and only reached '

and be upset, s j it is rather a case I te the largest merchant on the conti- September 2, Mr. Samuel Drey- this, has expressed:: the SOJgs.when a hot wind raised the outer "
of"out of the frying-pan into the fire." nent. lIe would meet Vanderbilt exactly -' fus of Memphis for many years deputy opinion that the sounds came from the air to lOOdgs. His,days work often Commenced ..

I What keeps hippopotami from gam as he would meet Tom Jones, sheriff in charge of the criminal court, belly of the fish. The 'uwgre'Imkes a before daybreak. He rose,lighted .:. ,
boiling in the middle of the river is an and as you see him to-day'ou wouldsee died at his residence in that city of an strange cooing noise, not unlike a his petroleum stove and boiled his.kettle
equally serious deter rent to canoe tra- him,i if he were worth less than affection of the lungs. On the 5th of moan, accompanied by a'sharp croak, while he had his bath. During breakfast
which has been heard at a depth of he held literally a levee, as he left the.door
Tellers. As for this gre amphibian, $;)0. September one of his sons visited Dr. ..
and received his Arab .
heprefers, lie the daytime, to frequent E. H. Shirk is certainly one of the Goodyear and inquired if his father had two hundred feet. Another genus ofthis' ef the tomb open '''
citizens of, the State. fish is called by the Italians corvo, friends and the men or children as, they :
those huge submerged sandbanks that most remarkable left any private papers with him, as it f.l: '
are so common in,the Congo. He is a spare man, of Go years, with a was well known that the deceased had or crow. The sound of a bell,which is passed on their way to work. Sometime'he *,;"' -
when excavations were going on, had
-- serious cast of countenance, but vigor- been a member several. benevolent occasionally heard from the depths of ,, ,.
before breakfast to set bis to ;;
men
the Mediterranean Sea is attributedby to go out
ous movement. He has lived in Peru institutions in Memphis and a look "
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Tile Kiectrlc Tramway. t work. When examining the interior. of >, <
I to the while others
nearly .forty years. and something of over those papers found, at home revealed some corvo, '
mollusks the. Great Pyramid, he always began in. the '
think that
his activity may oe inferred from the: but one policy on his life, and shelly produce '
" The railway from Portrush to the fact-that, in 1881, he paid taxes to the that was in the order of the Knightsand these singular sounds. The sleeper in evening, when tourists and were gone and till .
:: Giant's Causeway is remarkable, not amount of 16000. He is not readily Ladies of Honor. It was known to his berth has often been startled by worked till midnight, At occasionally six .
the or seven in <
following
K only as being the first long electric communicative about his fortune, but his family and relatives that he had left the peculiar noises made by the drum- the he morning.lighted hia stove'and c.;'..
evening again .
&* tramway in the world but as.the unaid- answers direct questions, and seems policies in other organizations a similar fish 011 our own coast, and Sir John sat down to reduce the observations he had y

f' eel outcome of Irish, enterprise. It is wholly unconscious of< the fact that his character to'the amount of $10,000.Dr. Richardson says that he was preventedfrom made with his theodolite during the day.:'
i,; over six miles long and has' cost X45wX ,- achievements have.'been at all extraor' Goodyear, who had been on inti- ,sleeping by the noise made, by Dinner followed cooking'and feeding go- ,. .
), which has been raised by a company dinary. At this writing he owns mate terms with the deceased, did not these fish when off the coast of Caro tag en together. He found brown ship '. ;'

' formed in the country The line,after ,seventy-three large farms in Indiana, remember of his having left any papers Tin biscuit, tinned soups tomatoes, tap,oa and \
' Posing through the principal streets of all in a high state of, :cultivation, besides with him, but, to be certain, caretully Lieutenant John White also says chocolate to be the most convenient and ,
"r: rortrush, follows the sea-side road, a city property, prairie and timber examined the contents of his safe, but that on his voyage to China, when his sustaining articles of food. He ,did not'' 't';' ,
,, footpath six feet broad being reserved lands in vrrious parts of .the Union. failed to find any. Mr. Ben K. Pullen, ship was anchored at the mouth of the consider a heavy meal suitable after tea.

; for> the railway. The; 'gauge is only, His: fifteen farms ,in Tipton county formerly chief clerk in the sheriff's of- river Camboya, the sailors were much hours' last in the heat of, the day, but it; .
":, three feetand the gradients are very range in value from $2,000 to $12,000e fice, was also questioned by the son of astonished at the curious sounds that was impossible to mote'his instrument.,
eep-in places as muchTas one in ch; his fourteen''' farms in Marshal the deceased, but he, too, did not re- issued from the water, resembling the and slop his work for a midday meaL -,
t. thiriy.five-and in parts of 'its course county range in value from $2,500 to member of any papers being left in his bass of an organ mingled with the tones dually he had to wash up" his plates.and ..., .
! the curves are sharper than might have $20,000 each Pulaski, ten farms, all care. Three days afterward the brother- of a bell, the croaking of an enormous dishes, as the Arab idea of cleanliness was,, :
4 been desirable had'the route .whicn at large and valuable. In: all the follow in-law of the deceased called on Dr. frog and the clang of a immense harp. riot to be trusted and hesat'downegalw c .
7 takes been chosen by the engineers.; ing counties be has either a farm or Goodyear and made the same statement, These sounds swelled into a gentle to reduce observations and write until
le The force tQ work it is generated by a farnis: Wabash, Huntington, Warrick, regarding the missing policies as had chorus on both sides of the ship and midnight. From this summary it will be

,: waterfall in the River Bush. with au Gibson; Cass, Fulton,Jasper, Adams, the son. Another search' ,was made, were attributed by the interpreter to a seen how ,seriously he set about,his self-: '
t available head of twenty-four feet, tlie Jefferson, and Allen. In the State 61 but it, too, proved fruitless. A few school of fish. A similar occurrence imposed task. K "

C 'wstric current being conveyed by an Michigan he has twenty-fourfarms and days after, so relates Mr. Ben K. ,Pul- iu the South Sea was described by Baron There can be no doubt that 'to. many ,*-

i underground cable to the end of theJfanway. 2,600 acres of timber hinds, largely pine. len, lie fell asleep in his office and Uumboldt. The sailors were greatly people all over the world-,too, many;"'indeed
I, The water power passing In Arkansas, lie. holds 0,000, and in dreamed that Sam Dreyfus appeared before terrified about seven o'clock in the who have no, hope or, intention of ',
t r; through turbine water-wneels, which Texas 8,000 acres of land. One of his him and asked: .'W'hathadbecome evening by an extraordinary noise in visiting Ezypt-the small piece of desert:; ",
i'utiliz6: the whole force I of the fall, is first, operations was getting possessionof of his papers which he had given him the air,like the beating of tambourines, plateau oPpo3ite the village of Geezeh; ", :

Laid to amount to ninety horse. It is :-a large tract of Iowa land, when while in charge of the sheriff's office" followed by sounds which resembled though less than half a mile across, is ,the,! ", ',

# obvious that for a light train of tramcars emigration was turned in that direction, He answered: "They are safe where I the escape of air from boiling liquid.At most remarkable of its size in the world., .. I

lf there is enough and to spare. The The Indiana.fanner desiring to move placed them," and, suddenly awakening U o'clock these strange sounds, There may be seen the very beginnings ot .,.:,'
'fJ- Practicability of such a line is now a to that State, he would buy out, payingso proceeded at once to the sheriff's which, it was judged, proceeded from architecture, the most enormous piles ol. ,-

$ settled matter. The, only ;anestion is, much money and trading in wild office which is on the floor above, and'found school of seioeuoides, ceased. The buildings ever raised, and, strange as it ,
Wo, whether it is likely to pay as n'com-- lands. That was repeated hi Kansas: the missing package intact,where gizzard shad, known scientifically as may seem, the most accurate workmanship- .
inertial the In every he had it mouths The the lorosoma, utters a distinct, vibratory careful of .construction,. '.
: venture. Considering,that. with uncommon success. placed many ago. the most system .
initial power costs nothing and that coal instance the farmer felt himself benefited package was without delay turned.over whining sound The mullet the finest IDasoDtv'and the use ol the most,

}a Ireland is dear_ there are good hopes and his condition unproved. Witha to the family of tie deceased, and in it utters a distinct note, often quite pro- ingenious tools. "The largest st&tuein then .

.I that a line certain to be freely used by little money, Kansas was" a, glorious 'were the missing policies... lou ed and accompanied by a discharge' world tho Sphinx;is there: and there. was ',
fi.the continuous stream of tourists State to which tpmova.: 'It was. also t a. of air-bubbles. found what all who have seen' it acknow-

ways going between Portrush and Bush- repeated, in Arkansas,, ,ButT hot 'with FOB,,,a common wrap for the b ab edge to be one of the most perfect combi- ..;

JJiUs on their'' way to the Giant's such marked suceessu;:,for;: the,reason carriage a little comforter made of th % lions of technical skill and artistic expression ,-.'
Causeway, will satisfy the expectations that', many of; the'emigrants, sickened: pretty lue and cream-colored lawn ten It doesn't follow that you must do a .in statuary which have ever been* ] ,' ti

of its projectors. ,Taking a the l'basis and died; the rlande,';'Lho;Woven\
their calculations the expense of in value.. V e ,, r ful. Put one thickness of wadding between mean thing to you. The old 'prverbruns.Because builder, as ,,31r. Petrie has at length conclusively ';, .
working a steam way engine at Portrush The rental:of.one.of thia buildingsChicago hi. the outside and the lining, and the 'cur has bitten proved of the Second_Pyramid: '.<. t '
Jt is claimed that while the old system amounts to $16,000 annually. catoh it in place with bright embroiderysilk me, shall'I
cost on an average 8 4s. 9Jd for "the This is only five stories in heighth, but -- or crewel or even Saxonj yarn -Ot Germany's nearly 8,000,000 mar-. exrates in the minis ot those who know
engine'per week, the electric cars can another that he'' is now building, will will do-on the liiiht-colared stripe. ried women, nearly 000,000 have anything about sculpture the same kind of ;
I*run with the same number of pas reach'six stories, and is already leased, This may, be done with single cross passed into the next higher realm of surprise as that excited: by the vast masses.of t.

"eogewfor nearly .n 6s. less. i,tor 75,000 per year. He also owns, titch, or in the form of small airs' juuuui imppiiMMS., and wre widows. toe pyramids tbeaselm. ;

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