The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
January 4, 1883


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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THE. LA GBA96E. SCHOOL. EIHIBITIOBT. pleasant entertainment, and we hope to For The Florida Star. Tile Enterprise Herald irtrniews Lake Okrrchobrr trees to:Nav1cas' ....
WlmBUCh another at at WEOOI9G."BleMed Captai."atsoD about the Enter '
LaGrange, no The Orleans
We had the pleasure of attending, on U the bride tastthe tan sine on. prise & Indian River Railway I I ejr I.Dhw.wt
Monday evening at the school home at far-distant day. Doomed 1>the briilewbeaUw rain fall*do wn." Enterprise herald Den 30. which journal U taking a lively iotrn

LaGrange, a well-rendered 'exhibition We feel quite that our .LaGrange One of the grandest 'weddings of the Capt. W. B. Wataon, Manager of the in Florida a&ir*, ha the foILwinjj u>

given b/ the teaclur and pupils of that, friends must be gratified at the succeu of reason took place Wednesday evening, DeBary Line, had been in town several day upon the so ceasfal termination n(

The school their children UDder the management of (and 0, gentle Venus what superb night days this week. the work of the Okeechobee Drainage
place. room was
very tutilydecorated their kind and efficient teacher. I it was), at the residence of the bride's While at the Brock House Thursday Company:
for the occasion with, the I
unique tM, ornamental palmetto fan,' The Yaclala'Vole"* .sad "Bamk A." mother, Mrs. Mary E.Titus, the contracting we enquired of him whether the railroad On Friday hart, a$ announced by telegraph

emblem of our tropical climate and with 8t. A.qut1ne''reM,Dec. 22.: parties being Mr. George F. Enaey, of from Lake Harney of which he ia one of the dredge boat of the Okeechobee
Baltimore, and Delis s Minnie E. Titus,' of the incorporators, would be built soon.
appropriate; inscriptions,, and flowers, Commodore Douglass' fine new yacht Drainage Company, which has been re-
TitusriUe Florida. At precisely 8 o'clock He answered that a railroad from Enterprise from
The background of the rostrum was the "Seminole} commanded by Captain ,, ported to time working its way
the bridesmaid and 'In attendance to Indian River would certainly from the
artistically adorned with ferns and rose Pacetti, came into port on Tuesday after groomsman via Lake:
The opening chorus, by the school was I a voyage of several weeks from New York. ;':MiflB Ida F. SoUee, and Mr. Ellis B. be built within eighteen months, probably Flint and Lake Hickpochee, cut through t

commenced at half-past seven, and it She had been spoken while en route, and Wager,-entered magnificently decorated via Lake Harney. the intervening space ,rJand and anchored -

proved to be ore of the prettiest,features each time reported all well As nhftraup tie 1 and brilliantly illuminated) parlor, "It is said that the DeBary Line are in the great lake of*"dI8 Ejergla- 4b

of the;evening. ,The 'opening address the 'harbor, Tuesday, she ,was. the immediately following them was the pushing this road!'* I des. 'Th a; completion"f this b apo ant,
of and betrothed couple,who took their places "Yea; the DeBary Line have, guaranteed work, whiciT unites :
was well executed: by)( .H.J. A;Eager, cynosure many eyes, many were ;; by waterway the t
which was followed by HtU*Janie'John- the expressions of delight and pleasure at directly under a tacfefnlly arranged marriage the payment of the first three yean heArt of the Everglade with the Golf of

son sbeght6-the'aasg.' .LbtY drops 'of the beauty and symmetry' .of. her lines. bell,whole agieaabtoixniipouint! ; :wa. inlvwt pytWbomfa'to" be, lamed by, Mexico, is an eventatno'1iWe' moment.
What most the of mixture of dinging; pioifnl Ivana the railroad company." Heretofore by of
water," which wu at cute 'I.* coold be. surprised yachtsmen n i ) reason diHeultiea in
The teacher; 'Mr. Puryear, then ..annotmced this community was that the length of pure white rose bad*, while the beautiful "Is there.anrl likelihood! that, these the way of travel and'transportation,,the

tftat several little pieces would the 'gaff 'was the same as of the main matrimonial service of ,the Episcopal terms will be accepted; r' vast tract of country now opened,: has
Church'was commenced in a grand and ".party of New;York capitalists have been
be introduced,which"I Rene''not on the boom,some thirty-five feet, thus causingthe regarded almost as a tarn vieogtuto.,
programme. ''l'hel'ttist was' by 'Master yacht to carry an immense spread'of impressive style by.the Bev. ,Mr. Willis, signified their willingness!' to furnish., the Now, with the use of light draft boats,an

Jacob Mendel, the second by Master canvas. The f Banner in which she"obeyed and which 'ended by pronouncing the money to build.the road on this guaran unimpeded passage is open from ,'K1.o1ll.m -

Elbert Fro cher, the next a dialogue by 1 the helm surpassed the,expectations happy pair man! ''and wife.' :After the tee. After the charter has been granted, e Qty, situated at the head of' nayip- ..0:,,
of the spectators and as she rounded to benediction, congratulations were showered application for which will be made to tion upon that from which ,i
Ma tea Mf*" *!if:F1**? ***' and Mendel, rirr it takes ita
followed by Master Teague Norwood, all and dropped her anchor she was greatly down most profDleJj'upon 'Mr. and the legislature which meets soon,. it will acme,'toPantaEas sgthe; Gulf Seaport .'

of which were pleasing., The admired. At this time two, other, ,yachts Mrs Enaey' by many warm friends, who not take six hours to make the arrangements alrl the month of the CaJnMa atcl1ee. It
programmewas '
then resumed and Mien Martha Singleton were seen,coming up ,the harbor,I and wished them prosperity and oceans of /' The Captain stopped,a minute was from-Klasimmee'City that the expe ..

diftinguiahed herself by an they were watched with curiosity by the happiness in their :future life. Bight I, and then continued:. '"Work on the road dition of. the Timet-Dcmocrai set out a 1
here I will mate i .tkxr&tion in order. : would probably have been In, at '
entitled, "Composition good or bad, composition people on shore. They rounded to and ; progres abort time since and made its way successfully .\
,must be had." Declamation dropped anchor a short distance from.:the The bride was most elegantly,attired in present, had it not been for another company to the'Gulf, the boats, "-

f "Caflabianca".by Ku Trellis waa well "Seminole." One proved to be .the "Sa white satin, Spanish lace, and diamonds, who said they would buil the road. ed, having to, be drawn,over about 700 ..
with few ,flowers scattered hen and, Our Line didn't care who built it but
spoken. The Dialogue, "Pleasure, Beauty rah A. of Squantum, Mass", officered feet in their passage from Lake Okeecho i:
Wealth; Fame and Piety,"represented and manned by Capt. Beed. Her sail there which went to make the effect of considered" it necessary that it should be bee through the'canal, into Lake Hick ,

was furled with almost lightning rapidity the dress: complete. Miss Titus was a done. pochee. It,,is this
by Misses Mime,'Bosser, Singleton, Egger through 700: feet that rpk
and Day, was loudly applauded and en. and the surprise of the spectators was so young lady widely- known throughoutthe 'How much capital will it. requin to the dredgeboat hat just cat its way Into "

cored by the audience.' The declamation great that some vowed she was 'the "Fly State, not only ,for her remarkablebeauty : build itr"Including Lake Okeechobee. 'lbe'opening of this ,

"L bofw by Master J.WiDay, and the ing Dutchman." The -third, yacht was but for her many other charms docks" depots, etc., about continuouswa&efwar'. ,froiafssimmee.tatty : '

Recltation,' n"on the shore,",by Miss Louise the "Vole," of Boston, owned by Commodore and rare accomplishments: and we consider $6,500 per mile. to,the Gulf is but part of: the-great'"
Welch and commanded Mr.Ensej: an exceedingly fortunate 'Where'would the depot likely to be inEnterprilet"
..r 'were really excellent TheDialogue by Captain enterprise which the Drainage Company j 1
Whitman. She also individual in whining coveted a prize. has I
"Contentious community," bthe y was handledin embarked It proposes to reduce
and elicited The groom stands at the top of the ladderin "Either in the hammock west of town the
young men of the school, was fully superior style a remark water level of the great lake, and in }
the world and also in business or near Mr. DeBary's place east of here. if
appreciated and applauded by all those that "our yachtmen 'could take patternby a this way to redaiai: millions of,acres of I J
present. 'The'Betitation, "When I was her." Both the"Vole" and the "Se capacity, and baa scores of enthu. iasticfriends. That would depend" largely on the inducements fertile land said to be admirably 'adapted i<

young** by Miss Day; ,,and"Two spirits," rah A." are staunch sea-worthy boats peculiar offered. to the cultivation of sugar. The entire t
by Miss Julia Feaster, were very fine. to Massachusetts, and their destination .The reception which I'' will now take "Do you think that a hotel will be valley of 'the 'Calooaahatchee 'rivef and.

The lUlogue,,"Behind the scenes," appeared is the Indian Biver. up proved to boa perfect success in every built near the Spring on Mr. DeBary's} the \surroundings 'of .Lake,Hickpochee '" \
respect The music during the place east of town, before long f' ,
; eveningwas Okeechobee ;
next everyone carrying out thterrThe above-named yachts arrived here Bays a more recent ex- J
furnished by Professor: >> Deisner;whose "I do;.a hotel will be built there before plor 'is one I
part Bioely and eliciting a well-merited last Wednesday afternoon, coming from r. vast body of of,vegetable 1
applause. Thk was followed by the Dec St. Augustine to Mosquito Inlet, where, unusually fine,execution 'on, the piano eighteen months have passed.' mould; underlaid with rock marl, shell
'' called forth frequent apulause from the As"wehadasosrtainediU, we wished, and sand; The
laatioawL dTJMitt'Jw their vegetable
ter. by they say, pilot was as unacquaintedwith depoaitnear,the.
Master G. C. Frier* and the Dialogue the bar as they were themselves, audience and was {fee.:subject of many we withdrew.. This'lathe most cheering lakes is on an.average no lest than eight

"Mesaory and Hope," wI Were exceedingly then through the Hanlover to this place eomplimentarycmarbIn',that, section news w*have heard for a Jong time, All feet in depth:>:lower down the river' ,and
of the room in which I was seated. We the other tumor that have been circulated on. dOwn' to tide :yntec:- '
fine.: Disclamation, "Somebody'sDarling Copt Beed of the"Sarah }. has spent a : the;vegetable
were all invited into: the> dining room at about this railroad from Enterprise to mould' is z ,
de ed ;
was recited with pathos and number of winters on Indian Biver, andhis more ompc ,' f
expression by Master L. A. Brady, and name will be recognized in connection 11 p. m. to partake of a most sumptuousrepast Indian River have been about' wbat'1Da1 more solidity;and clothed;with,a*,,_:
Recitation, "My Home",by Miss Emma Withhiafotmerlhttlecnftthe"NonsenseThe which had ,been. prepared with be'called "wild-cat, companies. But this growth of cabbage palmetto,otik>ti.ory,
great care for the occasion, and which coming as it does,from the ,manager of pine and other i
Wilaoa.wu rendered very nicely. which he disposed of here last winter. many growiha common to; .
Esmy, "Time" by JBss tibiae Egger was The "Vole" is quite a large comfortable was done full justice to, from the. spark the DeBary Line may. be ,considered au the country. ;The; cat.of the canal just, ,f."

, a well-merited composition the originality sloop,' commanded by Chas. A. Welch, ling wine which flowed like water downto thentic. They consider they most have completed.,22 feet broad, ,with,:an aver

of which was quite, perfect" The Dialogue Bear Admiral of the Boston Yacht Club, the tiny candy heart, whose, almost an,outlet to Indian BiTer Bach.liberaI age depth of 5f. feet ,

"The Secret," was played to perfection and Captain Whitman. Admiral Welch's visible throbbing no one with impunity, offer as 'they make could not.stay long ,.. [i
without taken. ;*n the Senate the : ,
; OB ultima
could resist The feast being over, 'all ,
by Miss Wilson and Miss Bosser, lady accompanies them on their pleasuretour .
I, Jones
; Florida oared
school girls. Mr. W.' J. Mme, in. an of our beautiful river. The "Vole" present repaired to the purlor again CoBmodore. Dotflass' Fine Yacht ,, a resolution
eloquent style delivered the oration of the and the "Sarah A." both started foraeaces" Banana where after an hour: or mcce spent, convivially of St.AvfBstine.The which' was laid on the table t.o'be: called ,
the'guati bldu)ged in- a repetition up by him at an* early "day,, 'requesting
evening on"Fdn ion and its in! Riv ron Sunday morning. following description of the yacht
which was' certainly instructive and _t.I'STATE of ooqgratnlaUons_paying, their Seminole,belonging to Commodore A.'E. the President to inform,the. Senate, if not

pleasing to alL Last,'but not, least,, the NEWS. final adieus departed: :Mr. and Mrs. Douglass, of the ,St Augustine seht incompatible with public interests, first, ,
Dialogue; "The two .interpreters' of Marion county holds her "side show Enaey left TitasviHe the next' morning Club,'and gleaned from the 'SL..fupiae whether in his opinion the hut :clause'of.

dreams," by' Misses,' Singleton election to-morrow. for their romantic'winter home which,is 'Press will interest many of our yachting the 29th article of'the tioatyof,1819, bet
An amateur troupe at Monticello played situated Two Sharon tureen the United,States(and, Spain hai"been
Mime, Egger and: Day, who rendered on accompanied by readers; "She is "Nonpariel" Sharpie,
their parts so nicely that] they received "Esmeralda' on the 21st ultimo.The' various good luck g fta''which we hope with new rig named by Farttt&Strom fully executed according to. ita just
new hotel at Tallahassee has at ytntlTnh thematlves' at in favor obligation under-th :international law
a hearty applaae and bouquets: were e tendered may once the "Boslyn Yawl Big. Her lengthover
these from the audience., hut received its name-"Leon House." and become to their"owner Fountains of all is 60 ,feet Extreme beam, 15 by payment in 1836,, and),snbsequeatiy,
Madison will have four or five hundred e1'el'1.Ble mg: WXBBUKTON.. feet: of the value of the property at the time
Mr. Brady delivered the closing addreaa Depth of hull at main beam,4 feet :; l lt
and after tJtani"l.the. pupils of> acres in water melons the coming season. **.>., 6 inches. Draught of water in sailing of its loss or destruction by.the operation,
Fifteen thousand dollars is said to be Okeeckolee>aTeeke at Last. trim of the American army in 1812.and '1818
the school for their delightful entertainment 18 inches. She has no keel, but inside ;
the : Special to the Union.> whether
amount stolen from .baa been
recently Surnter- compensation paid for
them lew words and from
gave a of encouragement running stem to stern, avery
villa post office.President the delay of the
payment of. the low of
aDdeatiec.tec1 keelson.
them ever to make ,The dredge boat of the Okeechobee heavy Her centerboard is
order and punctuality a' prominent"/part Arthur accompanied by ,his Land Company after: 18 feet long, 6 feet deep'aDd 3 inches nee, and profits of property.lost or stolen.
nearly a year's
of their lives rid to learn to govern,' and son and daughter contemplate a visit to work and ,cutting eleverfniles of canal thick. She hat a balance rudder, 6!:,,feet. And second whether the. "measure or

rely upon themselves. He advised> ch Florida next spring.A twenty-t -fest wide and six feet deep,, of which is aft of the rudder stock.and.2 rate of satiabction'adoptedby'the'to Judge
and all of them to follow tb ir inclination space of only twenty-five miles to be entered Lake Okeechobee on the 21st ins feet forward of same. She has 2 masts, ,adjudicate the claims,

to a vocation or profession, and adding, filled in and the Penaacola and Atlantic and the waten of.the' 'Hasimmee' Biver via: a main mast 43 feet in length and a namely, to add to the value of the. property -

that to those who would wish to become railroad win be completed. now find aV,outlet ta the'Gulf of Mexico Driver mast 87 feet, She carries four interest at the time of ate ai Ion or destruolton

farmer, they would find in that- line The town council of Lake City has via the CUtosahatoliee Biver. This is an standing earls, all triangular hi shape,vieL aa damage the rate of five, percent )

opportunities liar developing and educating passed an ordinance forbidding the use of important eWt. ; not,only'to this ,sectionof Jib, fbre tay-sail, main enil, and driver. per annum the legal rate in. the'
province East Florida ats the
the Hind as well as thephysical Her sail area is balanced. with ref erSPaDieh
fire works on the public streets. the country but to the..entire State,, for time of
DUD, that If acre wiled to be" Omitted the of Lake Okeechobee ence to her displacement.that she can injury, is compensation for the
The editor of the BrooksvUle Cretcentwas lowering will of
to become' of'Ihft be readily steered and worked delay payment or loss or deprivationof :
;or one legal profession, into market several hundred thousand to wind*
recently presented with watermelon bring : ,
a its
: ward use, is or is not in accordance with
and the mind could percdw witV,jeute- without her rudder. Her main gal
of valuable lands
grown in the air that acres sugar as well
open near place. the
'ness the dividing line between the right of inland u 85 feet in length and projects about 15 obligations of the treaty under international +
A marl bed has been discovered 60 u aftrding a great system navigation. law, and ia a just and equitable
and wrong, the worts'pressated 'dunces Y. feet above mast head when hoisted; main
for all, and at time 'waning' feet underground near 'Tallahassee a- .t v.I. boom same length. Her,, driver sail has a rule of compensation for.such injuries.

them not to aspire to become either'a bedded witb?>>ery8tallized' lime and silverore. The Transit,Oar shops at Fernandina hoist of 35 feet and 18 feet toot Her tonnage ,,Third,whether the award oaths judges
Caesar or, aWashington.. Mr.. .Bud y average two..nevi fieight. can-per day. ia ..06 tons Custom House m eaeclaims who were authorized to adjudicate the

In his remarks did.not fail to-inclod*':the The Middle Florida Fair commencesat GeneralJ: Flnley will soon be urement, She was built (by Thomas ulAd the clause of the treaty

ladies, adding,.that; they would .arwaji Tallahassee on the 16th inet The premium Judge of the Fifth Judicial Circuit appointed Clapham, of RalynlL New York) of ought to be held u final and binding in

be associated with,everything that w4uld list liberal and prospects bright ,loco to be made vacant by the oak chestnut and Florida pine, with fastnings respect to, claims, within its provision
for ,when, favor_ of the,claims of
tend toelevate ad haIt.nd.. mind of success. of Judge Dawkins. throughout) of galvanized mIL

man, The P.Ltka.kwitai furnished its readers Her tonnage is greater, than that of'anysharpie Spain and against the United, States, aa
The recent election held in Femandina
The essays were well written, the redtfltKniSt last week with a Christmas supplement yacht ever built ,Her cabin and when made against claimants against
to,decide lane, bond or Spain and in brorot the United .
dedaasatioos and dialofrnes were full rise of the &unvd. All print. state rooms are finished in hard wood, .. ;
not, was decidedly k the.,negative. The _l. '" ,
tecttad mMly and every one: knew .theirapportionment ed u home, too. worn togas. 4 far.tom afaaai/ with ample aTnrnfrts for four and countries where malaria prevalentor

welL These, together, Captain John Curry of Manatee county ', ..... with quartan fo w_d for 6 men;.is for wherethe climate f is subject sadden.

rendered a deUghtfal evening to 'parentsand who died a abort time since leaves, eightsons Persons teams from wasting.diI1 wished with galvaniaed..Iron tanks to change.-should be found in every house .,

I others pnawi,: two dfighterfr oae hundred and eases autohl ar- tmnr.. ba hold aOOgaOowoi warer. ; iaria diathemrrtt btm Bitters.d. ; .:{)..-tBrown's "

'Too much cannot be said in favor of: ten grandchildren' and seven great grandchildren. greatly benefitted by,the Ole :ol,Brown's, throaghott thoroQih sad and.ia.fitted. .W.with Gardnes''' 1)NI; :Prof. IgC"*"'*fa spending 'theIoWtDter
Li Lir
I Mr. Puryear for having afforded such a; Iron Bitten,a trill tonic patent steering apparatus. at JacksonrilleFla.


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t.htetsBT..c.maasiaae :I a jam ai Jrrjvsaedafx.the die Sat Y.rd, Sew Yon, iiisrt r 'iaoa YQ' MQCIt;; J :: !f/atae 1sr: f=.-T-:: IIIII.?

I C *e rev.d ; the: y weseai CU br.&rd the popsiar p llIIII! -''- .:: W'ati -. .
amee..bIiq iilat miles izt>m PhileT j I
.J a IYfeta titre AdJ, _1t..... : \ ""'" .--4mmIacr-art.1: moo t. it from the :Jf Asa 'j tl b'a.:3e slfcSa ciM ...r. *..
: ,
JD enar: y wUIL r. .. 01 : r Ito of tf "% L.. -
.Js..rowa thin T lrtMd Mtaivfideor e. t1I :4mT7 tar held av some t j t 1 asst : a.e t:4 t!"'!' ti

sits. : f-ea a.datke', 3e .UI: ZrtcQsy mea Cape Town, .I d xr, :or nsiaocndJ dazias the emdi.....s. he new _!f4J': ... 3r:: LMc3'il -.
....rT i.,.... wasa .., ; ? 'i-.,.
OeS. S4ih X9S toe m The ;: mm was
vcpageOa ,
.cabt: art of .Alis;: rhea << I.I a ss tT rrbete r #aase.nrrse:
......:; I d
; = V ct? sad Cotbe vititt g.ioft.Sow : bt :
3 3i
JL paid
ia .
;;. SCwita cf dcsda; aataria., WOW't1 csew were :a.rze 2sof ...1ur r "
1 airs ...:. iii.ttriirt ewI Idaad of lava; Macao. Ca&a; Woo ,diar gd from the 1; s. 2f 7. !( the raffl of the ccka is Lcol raga b largeeas acJt a etsstadi Rme ib
.' .iberot hie
u.ej '
diets ..agdeeld__ '...:r+. Gblaa;. Aaej. Clogs; Yllsad sitsbe above+ % lycopmctfoiieof tie,t[ etroa The load"vErtg are ace'rilraaint 'I i kirm, The s+esc t gat =-per.

- !smea ,: lal; Yszitlo, of Tar mart eaaesrfat: escier om reeaad. tmi- to ox, bexstae tbrj are aa estpeaei, ei. sir 2Ja.bttt.:....
I ti.ihrble .
.tttisiiat, If... -__ ta.ait = and Yeddo, soar eased Tokio, j I aim u by3Cr. James,of theM ".Bru ; tare to the pout what a xae I ber ;!i U.e..a Itast reEi*. : ..c1:-..'
IsD+aa At Cape Town mme S..g rh- >wr Bore Jfea .SaHtmti r---. ers>re a mneethstShtfsrcaoa! ate! ;rr;,. ......-.a rs :a:. -8I t
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i wttibiswai htd+ I.
aatlfxed bDar..1be Jaa narea7' 'veer to as to he : r.roe ae sn2 ot... .. .
ores WI +ctawn, .. p'.QtadrilsYR I d--1 I f
f ::1-.. X. ._. ,....S-... teeors -I.
.. mMe sa Tot come vuytasie.B 'aav red _- -.- w t. It .. cIythe3oDd 1.1I It oar am ..e .rir ia--tit

!, wbsilst.a apartttas d Ibra.da..f.etadyatttb bts e. h7 delertiom. The en dY.atlish : :, .-fu .... wbId1 r 3 -a sad the 'oGid Dceee&ai-= ---I(
> .tiisateeaeol1 f
fbtar at:h.:place aea !I Oar laraitd cam. r >. undoubtedly 2*that iris 110 Jar man: "'V'lmx ..-., : .
r- ecalo shoat aedt
: cf Casa Price,cf the J i ia.h r tpJtiy nave T23BKWfc' i****A&i A** saw :9 east aa-.
r _sH, r mppIqt ic arastas !I .'
: ,f- -6" ttattng that If tbe i TaeadraaeeriAaetsiof tbe ansnalrepora tivwy NII..h.a it aa a aeSesdfieallyeebe: I amore.rtttfiBt: 1.f> 2a rl-*ea3;,aad3teft> <.

t cider wa ace eompflrf with the fcrtawoold I pare-a. [ done ashy wish t s .
J. "AI A.4nI_ .L r." algid, '" open ire upon nil fwed. Cap-j! of the CaoxpaaOer of Carreaey 1 All lltaatntfxi of is e cti1hr act '.J'IEA.

J 1RIW AC _'"""' :. ... taatfuiyL sad Director of the M2aa: do net SaB. = 1-
. tam Poe: st word bxk that tfaej I I : twenaaadland none fa sffsrded byCf i
l sat .. .....ioU pcaruit.ol in Intense below thee of other Daparraroral -' I .r (
tbedi1bft .
toes was XtOW aDder the pntCCSftOB j jof I at .tries matzts. Cat. -'.
I '
r d4.aewr's recta dtrerased. GIlj papecMe they 1'ARupc1 a tad !1 How Coal Case ta be Used :,;:
tar the United. statee, and if tire. waapoo wpji r 1tkdslo t pDe.. sad tbe fu.'Je$in which eiesj psaraa' is cot: i, J
j -r--t him be vocxld retars ft- are precsely the azae *nbi anee, alPUMJ : *
v w1: :sediafsiywfntia I' I O8 Mi3 -the Ce PCDZASeiflOaV of a DO 3 T 'i i I /
the mtr f
. s'lias .ttt D erfoaDlE place M so aaicettiie theyappear : AattraeaMk\ sotfTgad
aat ft eaold be reached and f Sir ee January; Iffp,there has been znfike' 4' :
. totally In
I TIe' ttsact daa;exoca md'critical 1 1I I every respect. J 7mQ -ca sus tt_ '.
i --d t' P Ue: amt ezpt eH-f-.r.. an ineneeeof the eouasd csrrescyIn !
.. I earadttfcatfaeJameato'wa' l l We nay Imagine ths: imtll !t.*o to :II 1IIt iSD ..
t L oveS' dKfaral that the fta* eoc2d be waa placeddnziBUiecBttr the coonfry: round' i
!I I spa, allQhd labe tee and :j lOll the pact:hEmf-- arse....; ''
oerrd.df ICooteridea
t: aoel -m4. all ught tW-1 : : j numbers, :o KB, *.ttA. Aa the... : beeJmsn I ,
when it mj"n".. theTiis
t .dtatt ,t ,...= ITracaay. on the sight of De- ,: time of legal tasters h... r-.mM i i'II'U r .''\.
:: PSbc:& l9tr at wtriGt time thai __staff rr.i3Iiy ti:- eceainard 2 taeaa.y tsaia>adyje : '
tile r> secsf .oodaiai -?,the ittae.rre i.aarpoeei eat '! .
II I slain the diseorery sf the alsla Seotea- 1.:1_u>+e.qm.-.J.....
I 1Ihip".1III'aeit aback
1&. ai ad sboweaf+ atoraatfe I! neariy cdDz; national bank noCaa, $ 'j.apJO; C'l4iI Ie'.ta.iJAfl60 I
mad and"would ecs5k a.. to tradehow f- I
t _tIiK wa. _y s L..t bB.1 I dons asexa imssast, bat Swid orrmattolJ', 'I I aDd IItlwr esin.110&-i i 10 gxva way fangZbwd """'tI

t. 'WfSIt.-.t. _.::..__ e6aeos,tailed t the: aid cf some old and experJedcaiteiz : llS.Ct ( I eat r are snil made ass: be -reaTr 3 czcf the ,-t
thefthip acdpcwgaded I _
die treat Of eascaobet wr nghtcd JToTcmber : _
op to lat, t:eat tnf>l I
and the
::... Ae faa't of saesIvdy pm, on her orane, arzivinf 111 11..9 D.s81.ot which tftils rep ly one same thin i m.aT3a saws.

I and a... ...tIae e..etiasa of the ma 3 oMU 'ndeo" the next day, on Camtalined Ia eye Traaary.ttroastitL ..- It ii quite peeaiLIe ths.th8 oacr 1 out in the z.caTjze itx odat '1 .

of tfca.. partyCBtMysa .ttgt die sea .wah ma fnc !iil. of that automat waa held to man may on farther .-r1rnmtffou. !I ;, bat JiaJ*. is. i-I

!e:cass. the Fsrp dbagels. >tmsa The! stcrajieet T>sy f e we had tannc ateeate a trer cerrfflcttta wbiefa-had diJlemrft': that taste U MmtinJ withendl I I I hr ptn zey+ .otacrtQj : L"

t A.'tn oat: $ofa #Ut art h4 ttr+e try wan tram YokohsmaJAtaey spa. bees: ia.aed.e aseatai smoani ofaitrer and noise. Erey person taaa.I! arr e a.t1eS taeath p j. 3bita1e

( 8er.e wr ester LcMnD Did: t China whica took t doasa in dieaLs3On it a m hare noticed that here Is a bt1e CIIl1necion ;:: 3 :.o bD.h.. :tIItf ).
w .
el between and 1!. W
......IT"'. .. ted.your ris dam.the titre be1nz eftieea l,Acct than JS5.CTjO.-OGL -n I l f dcnaad 5cscculla : rtes: oz.tas r7 ..

"W prdt2; a,littletDosoon.Stabieemwfr daya. At army it wat reported that I' The preaent"volume I o.'tm1'of aome atticie of ford :.j 1| ApsSfSJasipre.-!atfti iosfrftay toaaeiL s

.X.un pt that 1 8C." iimre dec.lva $ the Coofedezate f..eacner Alabama was Ka&aa far hitfa in oftheeaA-q1 tt 4ft1Yorrem1I1d1I of this or that !. tiiecozipacy tftoTtatal37S.wej'i :'
er. propox to
.-;Y.fnr _....., std tJaajed was I lo4 kiru tsrthe Jamr town In the.e i I population than atAlQ' foamer on itwi. {J I persons. Pesaoss who hare eta i;i I d:3 *f? "f
d appal:bat tile nutmo.'fng. 'err water*. Oa one oration at ni;ht, a >I batacnoprerioaa* haa p I drevned A tasttnz a sass' patal' W1 l t+ wood only'' in the :leq soc=i opd tai: 'it-
.. at.r bled fit brsialiisrt,then, Inj i I awaer cane tlowly'lato: the harbor, ; j.1 a :: erf'it been ao large I I mauncarely racofnize' whai they c3 WiasmmiEer PiK='u" tbey' t
._ ptmitted to acea- the flavor
c I of the flue btrtwhat Is
die --'a1t1e' t ,.-4 th. 'ftr- radoBa' were nza f e by UM .fretepaaeat an > mulsta in reallyareauniaeeseeof stand teat theqr.en il-d C"bp"i
arstIIedsi aM
jes '
\ -. ,whose laCyptrehIt 1 Ie r :, and: a boat ware Bent to I hoard. For the iaat three tmnnI there m its perfume fn th-j I' aealfs jreadfy pMw4d s, '
Iced-=....T.r...... II -- bf. .fc who the a tzacger waa, which j i! hat been tatttare of aaalledttxxtfec'.io of I with toe tAic gad aaaiBS rf'-the e '"
a ateadj idle h
, stem! that I on11 bed mat ]!I f pond to te an EntliItttsUt cteamer 4 Iln the Tret ->7- Salt aa tm m ats rw> per alao'! 3 VaniUa is a perfume, spatllj[e-.n tnoer liit Ar ..; i -- ""

t Brit; mu'le1n1ftft asleep+di ttsbe :s "om'Sha:1gl : Cglrs A:TokDhU'RI"'a'e '<: aalation of idle moner ors 'we IT a' aleswill :: do ,I aaya that*4"ifitm tkirt7 yews 2a t tbs" .
I net
laid to'say alee de dL .
fbr oad'rs.oetd
we foart eU months in mcaie'
the tree in tbeinapindaa zOYlaTe hand ii
a manlir
I fm-mom-I | : itt of
vanilla bean is
a aunctanee wuicarwillimpart t
t two diSerest rJtftj to that into any bore or IIPJW whsa wroaitt
! taf vftnr.and acacrad tbe tt "r.1 mwealth.. An evidence of -I
we'reUered* the 1:. '5. .b a peculiar-flavor: to iceeream, I were borcai :1'rwiHt&i7cf dJe "
i! 'Tboae who are acquainted witk thetDtbeCbartofSt. ro the ability of the country to bear a I :
; chsrrctoar amempili d Vinr.-I! Wominr, which departed: hem ewazd reeklesi taxation, U i* at the aametimeaprwfAfUsbaabiUtytoaaB tad that it alao has a smefl of Itacnrll i meat that was timuf salt .t tmir tsi '

I let ._Jae wCl not; ;:t brAmd. Tie"Wyoming had. pri'r ticnfrrnl + the .!!I bat that the two are entirely separate f with sea scat nre.** '
I wander at his ffl'if"*!-. jifmt ofhisplock i act at Yokohama, Jut: retnrnsmvmeaekf proceed: wiaeiy. Tie report of the +I we reaOy taste in ice I Soon after h e tacr'm_,zest 01 a.:

r sad Meet. I -t fr Japan,where she i Director of tat iDnt r the fieeal year cream ia the perfume of tin vanilla, i yeu teeath e-nsaTyhb2* use it elK .'

had b.u1D an I and what we smell when breagat In
It engagement rebelJapenese |i ended JatrA,1'aE shows for dom-uc a wail Jar .
waigeniaehese.well aq 1btpaceaoaapaskeCCa .. t.D I a deer I "I contact with vanilla p % at aa
11' batteries perfume is the
tltlewbow.beesctea:aIId erected at that place 'in gold prDdactkm and a gre ter taste cf .: washing:, b ving; dyeing ear. wart

L aadexatftod 1 ; bat it for the purpose of obstructing foreign I Ieemmerce. j I amount of coinaay than in any eJ I J I maIl are the undeniably vanilla bean. Taste relatedi and i general and e mines ms_ .,.
wr anthi=blunt aad cynical feataxtaae The' Wyoming's esgage- I I nooByear. l stiH ahaliow;and.tiwr".cdfm.j.........
i s i far
I tams Tasffift sn hour and more cicelj, indeed in the s
ten psynnt m
of the ph!4 a her that he dwelt u dining which time she loct even **. I The pro csiOl1 of iota far the fiscal ion of unanenuflc people than op ant .:: b y means of cotixauai Trmna a, esJai.adits.'waier .
be enjcjed thffr h1rp attQrat"TV ia efetimatod gates, eta A2zaa4j air -
killed and six woonded. year >t a1r iD1OU0. and smell and noise. If smell is a sub- :

His own intimacy whit Carrjietet war of aaltlf. 1t00t1JN.a deallne_of $5,. et save in the MUd state and noise she tempts have bean xnads tar sink saw '
Jat toadied apon, modestly and lang aSer this engagement the I <0>,>

! as if rf nt:. telenet, bat lie: Mrijas V1'tc'f.h.' : French and German, fleet. I |000,000 in silver upon the .-**nttitprodoetion we not that a gasbags 5bte.DlSJ' I raise the water by -.. iaeay. In the.ytf :. J
tajte is
--J 1'ad be related of tocether with the U. S. Steamerianj T ah.. only 1180 .the
,r same : for the prerien, year. ThecoruuoipuoTi I the liquid stale of the < ol.flnch Sft.
tIIe,steal. S baba'.' the Tartar with aerenteen men same remarkable Priory atone
obstreperoussyncrfccles. : of the precious xpended a aumof sany
tarts!! in substances There .
from, U little doabc
IP* toM r** several the Jameatown (the latter could the United States for oee in -the art that of their conieriea on the W.:r'"os
were we In
stories of Ms trnaquenea*and If1nesroaaaofwt1dzhsn maxx- not f, being. a AIlIng teen, under daring tle year Is estimated at$12 OCO.I gcotttsa with the the new ordinance of the'poarp'* and -
dteeomm. ,,, ,- practice, to elfaJUt our in-
: since fixxnd of LIet enan: p eazton, (J.A of on the
gold and f T,YAt10i1 of atlrer. raisers with oat meal and porrfnap ot'0 work BL.
their way iota print; bat the oneptaiciac&t leftYokohan fez the Stz&ita of 5moceaeki !- The triad volume ct the circolating : them with logic and strengthen Undergrcond Time and ccxtoas pMa.

which taat.srrd me tnoet of sad after a two days en3gemct median tegarithms we alrro L
11M began to
a fileaeed greeabicKg! bank: notes gold I would easily; be able tD"perceive the atlrpesr abaci: &UJ rims
| their
nQtoed batteriCradt
ell aDd eapitaIh& and gad til The miners'
YCT coin and bullion in a1 l- sub aaual tools eocaisted of a'a
Ideotiry taste
I and
ctCctmi;TcvTork.-who. bd them distraction on erery hand ease on the lot of October: !Si2, was The practical value saielL. hammer, a wedge and a wooden'
tabD f 'r'ttla&.tt. ea IntRV1.s Kmrnlog to Yokohama with serentyzzrtm I Soatchm '. of able I shovel. The coal was raised m th.1 .a'to

with hlm.I u trpbie of the erent. Then I I. discovery may prove 1 .
a ?** cTawindlaas
be by TB
He w. .. t"1IJ IIof eBtfaatiMnetftfr: the! L51os dish fleet steered the moat, bar. I II rueoeedM very great.In Science has already I ; In others aa fzt the mtwa
irfti converting
;many *** and wounded. I neariy eTereM :
seer, wb aeerdy into was eurled'I.
The YeHowatoce I a woiid and nearly l
Yokohama Park. every
trees..4.1m.d, on bans admitted ta hi* regatta took place : into a liquid. We I.upstairs oa the basks.fw.. s neaHed

presanc; laid to him,-Xr.Carlyle. I i a.: wtoiifc all the ne-o-war had boats I fairly hope that it will may in tune, therefore, i coal-oearsxa. Jn- the year- 1tf 5 the

bave .... flD2aJl lc'mr&lid I comti aag for the pm'!!, and aotateet k I r The magniflcent Yellows tone Park' .j t in converting taste, amen sa eeed' fleet of tcajcla, called the coal-suet,
KB tajOTHf.ZTTRMm Lapp to .than three of the Jamestown's to&tarera is in dancer 1)[ being rapidly destroy I J from one !atste into another at hesrng : .hiclicanied the prodnee of the neKh-

jbo Year .writings bare bees > qecamful in this re*pert. I Led! and its natural beaoti defaced b? I.I Let us suppose, for pleaaore era coUleaea oae ialf taXoaMlanjtharemaindez

f creMJ to me.u4 1 w1ah to tell joayou. The Jamestown sailM frm Yokc- :I wantonness sad vandalism, calts,a ': the atomic of MLohengrinw example, that' :, to other clWfift&ti'JDS-

that aa undo iadnite c fi lnn., hama for Yeddo, the | the Go I could b ,
to capl**! orJAt.'SJ.I I r runest steps in to protect it.I I converted Into the solid numbertct 400 aatta. ,2 acy aaceiga.

." Ukingtbe American Miter, Ge>z. :l It Is wd that the flat tilsslhe"* !!a: -fcr new facts fn science orsmelloua' + !,.veseela alp, rpeeizlltF u

MI do cot believe a' wed ofgnwle& It," Ribert E. Pruyd. who bad om gal Englishman
the cynic. "I daa'tthat beiisre fccfiteeas to tram-act with the Tycoon the Brevoort .Hxrs la to start for the :J i could thin enjoy Wagnet's muSe We the coontziea.,Twenty years l .:ar'the

you care fcr ra*or for vbat Fr of Japan. Ft<":p-*'!;ht of the crew of I YdlowTttJoce Park ani needlesslyshoot i 1 tnrough' tte sense of smell, aad r ems-fleethad lncsbsacdta. *7J oc pfltl

the Jamestowa acted aa his : down sccres cf ilJ !f' could sail and
Wlitte .u escort same-de rs, have it rut up in small wualr&Jy zegafda2reat + M M.
and guard of honcr and bu!:::iJo 4, bean gad dainty r '
- were aatelopea **
: & cf quar: gad :JOIri.1|, slate like those ia which ladles nozsery of 3ea-o en.
1Jmah1i! the eiTact sam a reeeptlon tered, in the heart of the Uln Eiieep. Ior J r carry
city fcr arelns'fbreigap:a s- -mfofin. A:3.. ...
: ," aafdEmer n. **Th e gwrte- twenty-three days, th* l'adin, day Trays the chief sinner lathis"'respect. I t I b. te of; ._ orwemigfajhavethe -- ---

l IF&: teed itanngd, and retreated M of the *>>!t teiaZ the twentieth anversary Many of the faarn::* YeJiawstsne 'I converted any ia the favorite articl'r'of food it l : ..i **r* ycsraoa "
lOG!! aa b*meld reomrer frnm his bewlldermtnt _aoiseous state andQ.
of the landing *ers haTe 1
of Commodore already been rained' by e:1 joy tae pleasure !s outcf: the Elft81taz-.'" saiiia
!' I of Ikieniagto .
Perry.The. !,
I eOpbo
aaxcse em.YilY" by BOn nan to an acojrxistaaca. 'Yes weproved
partridge solos .
cr to
It.SB doa btfal whether hi* hero 1( r- Jamestown visited: thirteen hurling Immense tronks of pi ae trees: dinner amazed aa sa aa entire thar1 Insanity waa the nose oft'F
ship continaed ate rich 's crselrefacfi. J pert in ail daring the cruise, and J I iato them in order to see the water We cu1d be aired to pf_ cia kflnng the fellow sd they tatted

It is'only fair to remark: thai 'ailed about 50,000 miles; nor>her of force hem high In the air. In maay .soundof i violet and could aep by tae I aim out on 'probation.HowJ'

t' XL Bmetaon' did pot" _apolog-r for dar iu port 7); wnberotdaya at cues these leg have. stack .in 4(the roortfa of July with the roar of eelebratei ai tr' "They said thai they'd ret
Carlyle's bcsrlahner, bat it had ita ees,313; deaths In port sad at sea..12; \:' water apertuzes and have trxnpleiely [gad an-'ceSda. In fact the onions l him slay out a day or two mad if be

c1p'-l rpm, which anuaed him toor of whom died of smallpox (oat of stopped the spouting. _Is.; Wjoming |, which can be made of the able uaes acted like a crazy maa tbQ'4h1aa:
.zaedingly, and he told b ItDr1a 30 cases)at Yokohama. the people are tiklag step. to put a discovery are ao alp oat permanently. Well ha saga t

, with a charming aofcefe which. made. The 'gnmhar of,court stop to sucn vaadaiiam and the w holethe unagimiioQ.would nifmtafrvf \Q Lt.. like he.woe iaaane said I rreann he'llstay
martial fail In
dar sale the:& ,
tftfn doubly agreeable to mac ilanght of bofialoea! ,.oat."
: "ivwarn
ing the and other tempt to dfiecribe
ennse 129 the
. .,... was cases, the most .
game b7
. EncUah totaiah- insaneV "By kiJIma aaihit.t
At the iliac '
.. r 4M nine it might trot ."

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I, ,..-:.,. '. ... r < to ,..- ". ",:874,294 )a. ,I CJ82.- i ,The. ,wire-. operated" 'Slipshod_Knowledge.,. -J the phraee;;""jetting t_ '.%he ',Toamea: +. .. .onThe I history and in geography .. watptaop.. ; wmrtd.leach flfuenUmea ... ; i ftft.1"
: t by;Out com.!%py: knowledge among the general public
..J.e "oJ ":- .1 ,; 't around fhimW.., The popuiUon'of *-. Ia a debsti during the Irtatltatioafor j 'substitution. of of 'a' 'fs'(anything but"" exact 't; 'might ba
rlie rata war 1870. reform Mr.J'ehn Bright compared river' fer the correct 'word entirely shown that otner*
.. .;'. 13& .&'Tl .JI'. l39GUSJi.Yr .United 3 in very departmentof
-- ... CU.t Ktb..Dltrn I *dntst1M 38,53&37I.a. On 183).. 50.155,783,:J an a certain clique in tbe House of Oosa- deprives the.. espreiaton"or'aDY" meaning knowledge the same f-ature obtains
; au to,the of the "Cave of and
or't1S97,41t.. mona occupants .ao.pneral''b the error become There to work '
&U tiiaai lncrezsi a on teaulk1ng" which
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: i SB W w' : there hu .
began Adnllam. A reference to the that foolish mistake
newspapers though the
"' vaasssuat sf tae Past Tsar. !'Since shows that the author don not .knowhow
t'.. Iftn..Ch1efofl.he.Bareau..of- I not been seen to':any other roan gym: of the time,will show that by to, it to perhaps useless to attempt to to spell the name of the thing he

Statistics of the; Trlu+ur7 Department, I material development 10'grand. I y many persons, the I allusion :WU IUP. re.tore'the Iris signification of the to writing about. for a reference to

addressed to Rev. Dr Theodore,' pliant'with ,the 'Divine edict 'Be poeed' to be classical ( loubtlesa from saying, which,' like many- other: is ,Chambers' Dictionary, or any other

Wynkoop pastor ,of :the W.tern,[fruitful and multiply, and replenish ". the appearance of tbe phras), and the traceable to the domestic.pursuits of similar standard work, will how that '

!' e3byterlanehnrch of Philadelphia the earth and subdue?- f act that It waficrlptursl dawned but our forefathers before machinery did the "u" in "''ao1k"to as much oat or. ..
; evi
ch.ia'made "In view of all the cheering slowly on the, public ,mind Tide to so much of their work. Many-year* it would be
the following letter,, place as in chalk talk and
'public\ : "Yesterday: denser of development and of pamper ODe example of niany Inst&ncee of the ago before machinery was introduced walk.

tve-jo ( .such'statistical. .and other Hy;to,whwh I. have.reerred. everyAm slipshod natnr, cf public knowledge.. into flour mllu for the purpose of siftIng I Even: men ,who .think themselves
'frets'sis mlgbt be of service;to you In rican,,whoa .heart swells vita Many quotations which have become i flour, it was the custom 'of the educated still Imagine that thunderbolts "

the preparation .of your. ,Tnanka lv- 'he, '!spirit. .of. thanksgivingmay' exclaim "old sayings" are attributed, to the miller sand it away unsifted. The I exist in fact,instead of merely in ,
I cheery 'I have a aoodlyheritage. Bible or to Shakespeare, according to process of sifting was done at home, he imagination ;
.t C' aermori. In reply' 'hJt strikes me however, that the of the ancients, as Is
,_ the llkeaecs the brar either to the thus: Tne temse or sieve which waS
'pe'l'o: .such data'as I .have ewb.t : commercial view of our reasons for recorded, in..Homer that, Jupiter had ..
'"" --. .. expressions of Hay Writ or to the moved with a rim that projected from
hastily : thanksgiving is, comparatiTely speak- trWeUiaader sad hfib')tta it&eIn'comparingtheaoldferly !;
"-- r..5nenttof &rIcu1taratimater ex writings of.the peat dramatist and the bottom of it..was worked over the
My friend ProfesscrJohn
slow :
log, one. qualitiesof ;
< the com uop'or this, year at the supposed coonectlon has been so mouth of, the;,barrel into which theflour I
f Education

KatMi Commissioner
: Wellington and Napoleon tt.often
:16&>.000>00 bushels,:as a mat; has however,furnished m. with often reiterated !bat. it has becomegenerally I or meal was sifted. The active forgotten that"they only met Inbattlesvii. !
4 '
...on;1!uOOO. barb _C'4e. la&eat elevated aooepttd or taken for fellow, who worked hard 'not<< 'unlrequentiy -' '
s mething rather In .
more ba.the fldd -Waterloo
eat ctop of tbe sea- granted, few persons ever thinking of 'set the rim on fire by force of :
A of1882. to character. He states that the numberof tiord BeaoaosfleUiwaa *t by
:60S000,11OdO bushels, a* doubting the relationship, and fewer friction,agaUut .tba"flour barrel; so :
I -apIo taaJMt8J bueueliia 188 laou pupils,.waa. enrolled 9,7Slf3jonstitnting inp bU1a.v.1a1 68 nstill. troubling to isqu're into the mat- that this, department yf domestic employifcent bs opponents'and iJiuilred.,by',;his '.
.' percent 'for the use'"of i
.. "The:..Ine fril''domestic expo rt* of the total school population ef ter. "God tempers the 'wind to the became, standard by whichto friends .Uxe ,phrase

}. during the fiscal 7'11'r eroded June $6 the United: States ia 1680. The tt.tI shorn lamb! wee:, long attributed to test a uifcu'e. will and capacity to "P' ioewithlioanrt"! whllee!as; a.matter
: 1888.'war im 1190.733,'as againt 1883.- number of pupils enrolled In colored the "P..un.ot D"'YJd9 until oftrepeated work hard. ''Thus of a lazy fellow, or of fact,It was first niethna[ "br.hlni

\ $25.847 during 1881, 'a filling oft of public 'schools .in the, recent"slave correoi nt have convinced ODe deficient In strength, it was said but to hint In a civic address at Dover ;

;; 4160,688,115., This, however, was-duealmost States in 1880 was 1M.1 g,and oonsti- people that the sentiment belongs "to he"will never set the temse on fire'. when hit lordship landed- there on his

i ; entirely to the failure'of thecrops tested"44 per cent of-the total. colored Maria, in Lauren. Sterne's "HentI: The word to still In common title In' return from BerfliL TJp tb"this day' It ,(

of the country during the season tcoool population In those States. mental l urn.,.." The epigram Lincolnshire to signify the sieve. used to often said tad 7.8... Mm stysd the i

-of 1881,, ,,a result attributable to the This Is a pretty fair showing. I "Spare the rod and spell the child," to by brewers to remove the hops from (CosuervativM the 'Stupia psr&," !

drought and.other unfavorable meteorological think, for a'population which lately still often quoted as one ,of the proverbs the beer. tkoagh'whist''th..gtttlet'Dhlla.opheraotmllyt i
influences which' prevailedso came oat slavery with its absolute of Solomon( and to rarely at The errors tax history and geography +aidwrr "Showsae' astnpld '

extensively throughout the country illiteracy, Into freedom. ,It Is. also tritmted '''to its author, Butler (i iHnndlbras see arising from a slipshod method of man"end I .ut.-ow you a Cbnssrvalive. :.J-.
during that season In view'of' the creditable to tbe Mates of which the Part IT.,canto 2, line 843)). ascertaining facts are so numerous and Surely even"a dull-man can

f',. fact that on the average about 80 per enfranchised race are now eitlaans.f I the nearest! approach to any each widely spread that they art to be see that Mr. Mill might think that all *

} ; -cen t. four exports abroad consist o think there are'many cheering evi- phrase to be found In the Bible to tbe found even In text books and standard atnpldmsn wer+* GosMervaftlvMwlth- t

t products of agriculture It to e'Y144Dtthat dances of the fact that the colored people tex,: "He who speech the rod hateth primes Almost every schoolboy out bclicvtnjc that,all Conservatrvea ;

i an unfavorable season most very' In the Southern States are advancing his sou" (Prov., xlll.: 24.) The reference will declare that'Mont Blanc to InSwttaerJand. were stupid., ",tf
I4'a much dt*"*"!*** thi>.mi.iit of our exports as dtisens and as workers. to "pouring oil 'on troubled wa and will produce his "Double entendw,". card r s noonby *-,

: But; notwithstanding ,the fact "1 am unable to give yon just now ters' to often supposed to be Scriptural, "school book" in prJOf of hto'aawrtion. ao man English,people,to a sj" \.

r that the season of 18&: was one of the any further indications of ,our social though the Bible does not make any A reference, however. ,t) a stand pie barbarism- the cqcreel:e ter.ssgnbeta *

most ontavocaMfi ev.r known, we still progress+ ,or any facts touching the such allusion. "Man wants but little | aid book 0'1 g80lrapb7 (Keith John* = "doable. entente," .m every ,!J. '

r had bread enoiign and \to spare, sn Lbesldsia still hither question as to how far our here below" to an expression' no oldertbaD I ston's Geography, 1880), or to a good French scholar to perfectly awaa>t .A

large:quantity of Oo ton'tor resources of roll and of mine our industrial Goldsmith's "Hermit," thoughit I atlas, .will show that Mont Blanc serious error often made,boa;In Parf.' ''

expert* The value of our sport of r activities, our transportation to generally quoted either as Scrip In France. Again, the Introduction lfament ind the press is.Its.t.I..stole- *

bread and breadstufis during the year. facilities and the advantages afforded tare or as a line from an ancient hymn of tobacco into England, usually con ment that, the, demand .oreatay+ tie '
F r ended June .,1_, the' same being by: the agency of steam'and e1eotncltJ'haye "Mansions thtbtot" are mentionedlu slderel one of the main events In the ..UDPt81, > on the'basis of u.Sass *:

I 11 the product of the crop of 1881. m aut- tended to elevate the moral status the Revelations, not of St. John life of Sir Walter Raleigh, will be theory numberless faUaclei an erected

ed to $188f70f688.:' The'' value of ourexports of the people of this country and have the Divine but to the Monk of Eve found by those who care to inquire Students. of-- Adam'SIDWa kpow well '

I of cotton was flM.812.644Wealso fruited in character. Tea are better sham (A. D. 1498). into tie' bubjact to ba due to Sir John enough that althaeAh'dimand'a iieta

! considerably increased* the value, able to supply information. of that The critic who complained of"Hamlet" Hawking about..the Tear 1565. For supply It does no>>|;create It. .Oh the .

; of our exports of manu factored articles. sort."-PMla. Record.- that it was "too full of quotations the Impcr.afros of the narcotic in other hand' ;it to- supply.that' arsafsa '

.' Build on-Hard-Pan. ," did not generalize more erroneously quantity and 'tor the knowledge of demand. There ,iai no demand f+otrstocking

"The ,foregoing facts Indicate _. in attributlnc to other what belongs bow to.8Dioke it, we are indebted to or steam engines until "
.exuberance: our soil and the the The Rev Robert Collyer delivered to.8 &k.peare than do those I Captain Ralph Lane. ,After this the they ,were inventedr-that ..., until
of industrial vigor an address to the students at EaatonCollegn who attribute to Shakespeare what I reader ''will 'not be surprised to learn there. was a supply' ,of ,them, All tie
our enterprises. Oar Im.
r. J20Mi*. f
ports during the ended June in the course of which he remarked belongs to other writers. "Richard's that the anecdote which records how a .
year 30 .
.1883, amounted t7M.639.574, being that he had worked on a himself again;' and "Oft with his Raleigh's servant threw a jog of beer -

t larger than do ng any: previous 'year farm carried a hod, shod hones, broke head, so much for Buckingham," are over her master under the Impressionthat ,Pious GCmaj
in the hietory.f.tby country."Notwithstanding stone on a turnpike, reaped and cradled ofr.ainly. to be found in "Richard he Wall on fire when he was onlysmoking .
the decrease! grain dug a well, cut wood, and Iii," but they are lu Colley Gibber's a pipe'is a pure fiction,not 1-
preached sermon play, not in Shakespeare's while ''allloel ted with Plant b1eeIIBP"bleMUft will bloom;
thatnobedy wantedto ; on Riletgh'a name until ,
our,exports, owing to the cause aboft'reteqed P.aathat.aSpat.yWarow; t
to, and the increase of oar imports hear. His wonderful success had the other band, "A horse, a horse; my 1726.. Too can low UM! T-twaorro shall__
the balance of trade in our favor been achieved by pure grit and honest kingdom for a hurls," so often ql10ted&It."oUe1' The story to told of a Welshman In the blowom tact proves what eqrt.eta'thing t j
was nearly $28.000.000. induitry. Yon must dig down to hard Gibber's,was actually written 'the bull J&d6uoor' the English Ia the sss4-tae sad halt?or.w.', f .
))an.,he said,.to lay a foundation to by Shakespeare. The Instances ef this lire asd Cry (A. D. 1619), as follows: In:your temptations go to'the*'proaateem. -
"Bat the foreign commerce of the fame and fortune.The inexactness are very numerous. The "A certalne Welshman commlng They are the branches the Lord

-country IB of small,value in comparison reverend gentleman seems to Bible to credited with many things newly to London, and beholding,one, has hung over the water,that his hi' ;
with : :
the value of our infernalCommerce. have drawn moat of his Inspiration written by Pope; many of the utterances to take toMcco,!never seeing the like drowned children mihv.take a 'grtp"ot-: < + ;,
principal' highways. Railroads are now the from poor Richard's Almanac His of Sancho Panssare put down to before and not knowing the manner them;without which. they. will go' the
.transportation aphorisms way be grouped as follows: Sbakepptare; while the galaxy of epigrams of it, but perceiving him vent smoke bottom. '- '* t
in our internal, trade. The,number Work is good medicine.A in StephenGoesen's i-chool of so fast, aud supposing nto inward ..i 1
of tons tram, ?per ted on fifteen leading man's best Abuse A. D. parts to be on' fire cried out "Oh Hcrms li more wear. "..
friends are his ten finger ( 1579) are attributed to : O,Lard,by'every p&Mlot dayt' #
trunk railroads of the $
United StatesCoring"the *. i almost every ono but the author of Jhesa,'Jhesu, man! for the pasalon of !Bom is more dear "I

last fiscal year, of which 'Society says one thing and nature i them. God hold. for, by God's splnd, ty I I Bj every prayer. I pray : '
retum can be obtained, amounted to says another. I Phonics are a fruitful source of error. snowt's on fire t and, having a Science to hut amen* hespxof facto "t
96,663,160 tons against 84,189.344 tonedurlnr'thepresent'ismt The sound of a word often leads astray bowls. of beere in his hand threw ?*
Any kind of an honest Job Is better it at not a golden chain of truths,If we''*.. ;*
year. an increase than no job at all. those who acquire knowledge in a the other's face to quench his smoking fuse to link It to the throne of God.. v "
nearly 15 per cent Toe rail- Take a dollar a day for ycur workif slipshod fashion. People have long nose." A similar story Is related --.f'-
road mileage of the United, Sates ,on been familiar _AU-. turned to ftdr.! '
you can get no more. the cocoanut or of Tarlton in Tarlton's ,Jests (A. D. .
the 1st of January, 1882, was 14.813 fruit of the palm-tree out it 1s Aye to a scheme of ordered' happlaew" ,
Have a reserve force that will come ; only 1811). All anecdotes ,of great men Sa soon as "tore dod orzather.know'
miles. .There ,were built in the United : out when you need it. within the last few years that they should be received with caution. Th. That cod loves nil, .

States daring.the year' 1881, 9286 milesof : i The honest man who dies poor is have become acquainted with the beverage person who declared that,his religion A Christian's'*. experience ,to ,L-like,

main line; or nearly' twent.etx"mU. riCh if he only holds his own. obtained from the cocoa shrub. wad the religion of all sensible men, rainbow made up -of drops? of

.. railroad per day t Only.those who make clean money The result has been that the word and on being asked : "What i* that.?" grief of earth,_and_beams of.,,the:;bibs the/,
"Already we have two completed and do, clean,,things win success "cocoa"to used for the product of both replied : "All sensible men keep tnat of.heaven. \

lines of railroad stretching across the A good day' work at what you can plants, and'many people think that to themselves," to said to Talleyrand, o God. ? ,41"
my ate. alaaitoid t against l say'' ... .
.continent Under date of October 17ib, beet do is tae hard-pan to which all bath the nut and the 'n1blt' have the Thackeray and a host of otht n. ; lire they cry, f ...
T. F. Oak. Vice-President of the must coins same source; thus similarity of sound Another error In history to be found 'AndaUmyiaQtrdeedsiorsfoneap to Thy f;

Northern Pacific iRiilroad"Company, When .country bora' come to the causes a complete misapprehension. In many books even pretending to au' temple fly, '

informed .me that the* line will be city, if, they can hold on the old sweet A more serious error ia in regard to thority Is that trial by jury ''was established wilt.despair Xboa rei.7 cIJ1eD rY tre bUng' seal,'that ts
completed by the betinnin of Sep ways they can defy the world. the etymology of the word"Bombay." by King Alfred. A 'refer- 'tarrlter*a tember. 1883, and Mr. C.'P. Huntington i Sleep eight hours out of the twenty To those acquainted with the Ro ence to Ureen's 'History of the EnZ.Ibh luUbejrlTea" .| UIiIa'u i

of the Southern1 Pacific Railroad 1, four, eat three, and walk manic languages,, the word has certainly People," Section 8,win show thatIt AU things- work' ,togethd Tor 'god"a:.

2ompany, Informed me, under date of i on the sunny Bide of the way. the rppearanoe of meaning was not in existence until the reignof This Is a, Jacob's staff in'Uie'hanVoi

October 9.- that the line of.the Atlas I Keep yogi grip en the hard-pan of "good bay" or "good harbor." It I Henry the Second. Again even faitti, with which we,may walk cheerfully "

tic and> Pacific .Bailread Company, I. principle and good conduct and you can have been nothing bu( this appearance I standard,works declare that William to the Mount of(God. Whit willsatisfy ,

intermediate between: the Union Pacific will be men of good name and good which led so careful a writeras the First was surnamed the "Con. or, give content; if. this will OLt

and Southern Pacific Railroads ,fortune., HarlE. t Martlneauas well as Ontram ., qneroi" because' he conquered England The expression 'Work together," refers t
would be completed in 'about twelvemonths When a boy fills a house with bugs and many other writers, to gravely assure ; but according to the greatest to medicine.' Several 'poisonous

,from. date. We shall 'tie a he to all right, provided he don't run us that the Portuguese,011.discovering authority on English law this circum ingredients put together beingteiaOpered 'j

have four lines, of railroad across the after humbugs. He has the making the place, and observing the fine I. etince was at best but the penultimate by the skill of the apothecary. 'T' s
:. in him I haven in front of It.exclaimed : "Buon cause of the title "
continent. of a great naturalist.A given*to the Norman make a sovereign medicine, and work' .*
"The consumption of coal, Uie chief good farmer ia better than a poordoctor I Bahia ("good bay"). The statement warrior. Blackstone %explains in his together"for the good of the patt ot. j
,and a good horse sheer is better however quite erroneous. The "Title by '
motive power of commerce and of industry chapter on Purchase" that Basil>> God's_ providences,' being dlvlnely -.
i* one of the best Indices of the than a bishop 'who preaches sermons name dates from period anterior' to "Purchase per4uteittstaken in its tempered ...aneVsanctifled do *

condition of the country., ,The.quantity that nobody wants'to hear.. the arrival of the Portuguese in India. largest sense is defined the, possession work together 'fx"tiaW' ties', to&.h'J 1aatntl. /
of coal,marketed during the When evil days come, as evil days By tne natives the name to still written of lands and tenements, which a man : .. .He who loves 'God.'and is
will, no man deserves the title.of gentleman Mambe. and very often Bambe. hath by his own actor. agreementand called according to his '
1881 the .,tat for which'have purpose>> maJ '
year we It'he' does not take hones :
In the East the initials "B" and "M"are 'deec .
not by uL What ,we rest sssnrtd that :
statistics, amounted to 79,905,800 work to do regardless of social In everything ln the'
frequently used promiscuously.In call purchase the fendiit called conquest World shall be for his good. ,This
tone as against 89.900,934 tone during fluences. a ,
the Koran, Mecca Ii written of both
as denoting any many of acquiring Cnxlstian's cordial wnIc1 '
the preceding' year. She shipped him: A lawyer recentlylotta Becca.. In'e diary the word to I an estate'otheillae than by him-mike him like Jonathan may 'wan "I

"Tjhe increase :of, the facilities for bride in a peculiar way He written Bombaiu.and soon after Pepy'atime inheritance. Hence"Che appellation when he had tasted the honey .at'who the, }

telegraphing constitutes another index appeared at weddlng.but, on being It became .Bombay. The name given William the Norman,'signify end ,of. -the rod.-"hJa.iQ'wu.: en1 ir;

of progress.. J The .Western Union, called to the ccremon v.from sheer forceof to derived from Mambo and the place I ing that he was'the first of his famQy: litchfeaed.;I'W Tbouldat ,I

the company ,which'; .o me th. principal habit :protested'' that he woe'.not to'so called, because there was on tbe who acquired the crown of England.. destroy himself? W j."c1 .ba .i

part of the telegraph lines of the ready to>>proceed and demanded delay; island a temple dedicated to that god ; This. the legal signification 'of' the himself with care, when all h.kill :

Ucited States, increased its number of And so the bride got mad and shipped delL Another Instance of an errorfrom word purchase." shall sweetly. things

miles of wire from 2S8,53i?n 1880 toT arising similarity in sound to in. Ittto. thus seen that literature, In his good. concur yea, conspire for

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rY .. day after.the expiration.of. the morninghour. tariff legislation to beseems ': r
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l'T'I. FLORIDA'- .' 8,T A,I. OrB ge CeUtT'l'aJr Fri.; .,'Des ,1882.aiid ,.. One of the:'obaoadb statutes upon ._ TheJ generally ,oppose,; ..that the ;.Finance' : Coate;, :

; .. "should and the Begablicaaiiavorthe bilL'Many mikiyg more progressin this
'- -L irf'thi8tat5which;
: 'err .
ptL8IDrIltTBIDiTU -' '- 'occasion 'fcf'make I its co-worker of the House C.l
--jF't-t ...., ... :' '' 1II.the.ft.oaA.a: :; receive attention at the hands of the legislature Senators and it i ..>
.1. -4-- ''' '' : .. '
.... '- .. ) :the exist extended speeches reviewing improbable that the first '
t.l 1' .. -.. early m'iii8 session ia political tariff n i
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w L. ,
;I 7' '- ..
a '" :J I't ..l.," c F..J< : have beena history tactics In' elections propoeed will be submitted to
.. "rr- : ail at .. } ing:hog law. The old law may party party the i
,11l: :awA6LBs'r ,,4 x et ti :i.'-J TT good one when it was enacted, and may and all.the details of. party managementSenator The annual report of the public M

E1 ';.O: a ,,, .: ":..:......ww4 = .VIdIe'' rp .. have been adapted to the interests of the Vest made! r.testended! speech has juat.boen.lai4. beforeiJhejSeaaT i'
_.. ...-: ... ; .. '
', ....,1 .-:'a-J. IkI. r.- ,...;,. 'the:. .... State or to portions of it., But at this,. on Thursday, opposing the .bilk ,He shows that daring the fiseai year... ,

V .. l .._,*" ;.tt:;;. ,. neated toI C M' 'fifJ lw. invita +day and in view of present progress it.fa; called it an. experiment;that"had once June 30, 1882, the total expense of Ii"
o =c: I # little less than a nuisance: Let any jest been.tried by.Gen,;Orant, in1871,;.whendeiicertaiuregnlatians office was 12,6M,169.08.whichlDehii ;

.1I!' A.raflainri"_""'IJlI'-onaooaapaarad'o... .! ]tM I JIioJj gad fair minded man tit down and deliberately he rywr1!fl : 'al' the_ expense of binding, $580,51041 i. : _

-.. V 1 compute.the value of the hogs of most identical with the provisions of-the paper, $492,527.80; of lithographing1engraving$274,154.99rand 1
: ait
F1V &' 1W1iP.. .......... ... t I of aad ; ;reoaa r any section cab eountyand thente4imate pending bill, and .what'V had,,become of of the a..:.

-r.,..:= :w.. brbeeslw. i sti.oaf We"eati'pt+ im :t the cost to the same i area, of the"extra those regulations?. t yrearional Record, $159,902a9, :.ici.

:na1Ir-- -f hIi> wf i The Itsyltatfset M heieby&tettdbdi and fencing required to keep.those hogsnot t He ;further argued that.?-when Mr.SchuriWIIA..Nt.J gregate amount. expended ia fU9,2l9.81t
t'' -a asar-tisialecE th.Egyptim within bounds bat growing tb .l ri0' heLI t.tni.. 'the' af -. in tolidation
theie# 1t 1I1d1ftIYIlefghtlorsjiIIa. )ia'tade'tof -' ; : .,. ?I aDY. rnjo1l
"i 'If
it baewltaeaeed the tem-I it and Tit a" : made attempt to':put'them fnfaro 1. Irl'l ( ".' '
'.war, +w311 i help ahow bur crops private founds. community an l.l ; .lear..
; "parj t.itIoIti :mt ConntyFairwhatSoutha of twenty planters'suppose one of ;'tind'they'Rere oatenaihly ,in force. The Senate ComD tW 011 Me.
i i 8xlliaflre
mi ........;.:;;;."await ':"'.-,..:1WIthdrthelecloial: J ;J _' !, \WdlufJlVb.dw.: be them owns'a doleD asga-which ar&'allowed now in; the- Treasury' i Department, yet:no eriedallthe. It,1tr eg. d yo :

;Pf ,'..;.e-.. .: I'' profitted thereb/:' Very Respectfully, to runt large.ifone.of i the: others Democrat. could get anr:''I pp.-. .,'".'...L:- 'pf*Paci' iecr.: aS!:

;; .) sTbafay., ..''otitotnibonntr. ;+.ttj ..j -:t"I'UU .fetlttilfi.WYit* t. have-any of that aoitof stock 'Five dollars ; r.&v"] : eattorffll'saucoeseor, ; ) committee cntvn T'* "r*

:: .', -; 'hsi.ilfteeiaed. tg6 Jzitj.. 1 '".i,. __s'w \ .. Cur,\; BecV'"0nDP ben'Fslr AMnda oa. per head wouldbe a liberal estimate' oppoii .the c bilLtWhafc..waa;.!.required. Here, Sawyer, William .BrcVrn, tad

: :' ....' ,'-a' ..=...;;.1.II.. 'P ttJ.b., tifi "J" .I.I.,1' .4-. .. of the value ol theeaptorbaob. ''Utbe1'are ',r-:wx\v;wTv..*..-"'""ltat: :.t e up- '4" SeweD; With lstruc o to P ;....11q'I

:' ....,... i( t ....' ftll. t -er .1MJrD-0I'rIcst' ":Yr.:: really orthodox Floridahogs, :they 1:oje sops who bage ssbweed'and. .-.depadd 11thOU'Star:n Soute" MnMrtdai tli 1i are o ._ "- ,
.. } The .
1 ;.,, -.wi, .,, ,.....:.w..,.og.. _.' ;" llttatriRUtla ri.A. Dee 211888.; [are not of eu de$Nat totheirrownerjpropecx ; : :. the service.V 1'1"_ 1 -
1i ii.ilili l at... !' ; .,; ;,A. ...:.- t ,.IJ said that long ago he I had the courts.%: 4Jx ,i jnojft u vHw ,,4 uumt I
.. 11.'f..a "" w, .. .. t.oj -YJjhin a Mr. Dawes .
"f" .."...",: ;...;. tali .:. -* '* t fc o.W.bodWm are employed. Robert G..Ing raoU jcanAlrucw
"f .-J. .. --. So I take great,pfcarore in ,Inform* enclosuft sod 'supplying t .l.-t" a: iDai'
>< : \
", "i"t- tug tYa pube tlio_. oo__ vaYu Ile. pr 'with food. '***f p'pnly:3oaintiln them -parij in this bill,but wfth 06sjLttatJtifl 1p' UWdefenae, Mr. Chandler and Bl ,...|
'j... : $.'" "1 tho4inaoas4 DUainesSCircles. '>i V1"., ,,',- SpeciallytoOSe profitably.tnrnigbtnx .out 'to run .haibeen forced,to,tb9aeAn- T,, MetrickAUnagoV the prosecution. 1
,...'1', '$,,,. : -WflOSe, atW +vCI9 p -Of. raect*to'etrlry ufcder e preempion' I., :spas the ooooesieaisis forage upon ''his.neighbor's elusion that before the civil service could ;These ;'trials' .have dragged their weary .. , 1f: _..l It 'r.1 = : dftiaion of : must first .be* inch a course> .before the courts, for two entire f
eaS itxpeaave.aad. reformed there *
!?.,.,. '.j. .11I&II III. ... and home eta!, tjJatf garden. \A:hog proof fence be :
.":::0";. ,, ..'f.n .19 .lopthe" the 'Y. __.MtmeBt't.. "!....J..l +-.. >e. irest'constant 2!care.To reform in public opinion. jr ;i ii seasons. While alt are, .convinced 'that ; l
!1t' .. l
.:.r. ( e 4,fdZLy1: k...wI oa.itsti a 'mt1daat; .;".' Y1M.. '" .iJad..11. guard againat the'raTages of,that t dace i :Mr.'Morgan rv*:prepared 'to'supportny millions were stolen, many,question:JM'-.1 thepropriety.of '

"" .. V ti near.eeltseaUSSbtijai L "ic:Dtid h lit......... ... .JriU en hogs ash min et'tiii-cnt&e rtwenty measure'which1'would tend to put ,in spending another million to :

.1" J.. nliharilr. .l 17-:"."...'.,t1, of great benefitV IJ : !:. Bir i. ad.;the must protect himself with' a fence'which ,office the class best qunified and: most :\0. provethe! steal! The' feea'for' prosecuting I

'I, t .. .. .. "' ,.....;.. settlers on that'Island. I_ t r Hal ,& will cost more than the I hogs are worth,in !be relied upon in the conduct of tbe pub'Sic and defending the I&aHom'ee seem to ..

1'JIe7!'!!',...... ...., I J 'Yours truly, ,.W.IL Guuaovi' the market; :and'.then. the(chances,are business.', fade ..into insigDi can ..COJDpared With it .
,,' -a. '_ ".-7vtU..'._ #<0"' "' '.II.rapidly, ,-,." : -...:'.. .:'...- arfc..-" J 'l'r I that some night they bill scale 1 a'fence: I Mr. Call made .argument ,to .show the fees for ,reporting It The lawyers i*

i :growiag.ia II. AJ( ,, .* t .r xar"ge.f' ''...'.,',G" 80.-. !:, aomewhere,and destroy more in asingle Ihat'the.bUl proppsedr to; infringe. upon for the defense say there'lsno' possibility if
4 biiodsbriasiaeseiasstiao4 ip..CO fi .0 + eoeoibar m r-,*m& wsdiaoovered1n l of. tl Executive, pf their realizing fair compensation for
; 4'' """ ',5rJ -- f-J bight than theywould bring if they were pe appointing power :: >>;
. 1. .;:;t tioftfIama'tt. 'iddsrewwhlydt; 14igliahdib3iigoea4iwrarepoaae'oorieraiFustaid slaughtered Dd'l sold) out'by the' pound. and. was- therefore;unconstitattonaL* the great amountof time and'labor they r- _.

"..;'i!n..!..';' .. %: re..II.---a.> : ..... oer4 ,.1y ) ; Poplar: streets,' Of course there is'no objection to;a.,man j. SenatoicWUliamt opposed.theybill: as must'expend,'and that;'besides, they )are '

' 1i:' :poiataito.,fcapendiaf political:chaagea shoat J* >"< qrpUuhaf&hi.-; '8temenriere owning a dozen or a thousand hogs if he impracticable,; .There wasa'greatdealbf. losing all their other business.'The counsel "

:: V especially in civil service reform." _TbeiajmlgrsAien unable to rt:tile;tender controland is able to take care of them. .But in the nonsense talked abodtdvjl service: reform: for Government' I are not repre

,'.;., ; r.. ,hoods. qt. >'a own- fair the>rarebobae D4' ery store of settled portions of the :State he shouldbe Beat.reform'-would .consist. "* .in patting. ,

'1'.1..; -.- .-.1.7Lt;&a.-.',alSrpjivjbiy Henry A'6herwood' thebutdeeralwpp1 compelled to keep them in as substantial decent: and honest men.In the'high! places, d1-are: : .
y. \ ..."""'. to eisgemand foi JIt Papy;-';*entirelr'.destroyed. tliem! ck the'Qovm- 4s for the stenographers however Messrs.
1.x ; }; ,.,.. r ... .-.. The warehouse contained 'bslee'ofpottod"l enclosure and not' allow them to and letting luring ..
9,:I'< It,..I. prey upon his neighbors., We allys4ttenUon4our the nentof fte'+>Bepnblie'fc>.I ithe' principles I E. D. Easton and ILK Jeunder,whom
: ''' 4 ftoc'1. eetIWdstcpeopphw, 1rtf 'large- amount of guano. law'subject and practices Ita earlier 'and better the public will rememDer,as'the :reporters :

.rt '_'k. t ti and more'* Henry ft Sherwood'a property was valued. now and trust that they will give it days. He would like to. .'Demoeratic of the Quiteau case, it appeared thego ;

f; -tai invested in this state. tltih jiar2- at ahotat$2,600 >nd; _ina. ed. ,for4l,500. proper.Attention.-Orlando Reporter' tl.aa a 'member of Congress Who would otherday'durbng4tbe discussion an4 ;ar...

p ;: ', 'fax iay Peno.j. ? 1r J laWe. al1hope1 andJtL.Papy'a: stock 'and ..fixtures.ataboat f" 41.'. I MJIA..JDS 1>sek'to his constituents and .tell ,th iangtment'of; of their present contrast,'that .
..".'-. \ ..'- c '_ 4 thaVbefote* clow; of tale yttliat $1,000, 'lnsured. for t30 7.Q.Bnan : AND THINGS.,
.,, e new
: ':t' Vfi }' IV* :*J'.1' thai he had voted to.make the..tenure of. they received about. two hundred:dollars.
J" .'i*&'. ..dt.IIYer'"r3WI:'" r.. had 570 tales of cotton In the"inupoD The prince of Naples, heir of the King '
in i of
: .. bogie : '--' the present office-holders permanent, day, sixteen eighteen thousand
$ a
:Vrt th: QUldC fiulWay tranSDOrtSittOtt' ttt 'which ,he: i apeeJiawoe of Italy, baa recovered from the nervous
'W" .
.. order his friends .from being for the
.*' to keep : dollar -
---r.- v I. reporting last.atr.mate >
< ,, *!' y- > : for : ,
t : 4.-: $10,000,and a floating poll shock sustained when : .
recent atgenjpt t
Z ... ,,t .Q Q" MJJ. "i.H.J." i.- tempted into office-seeking. 'How. many triaL'
;'t.i tt.. .. ... cy for000. Eau.ft;Huguens had made his v
": e' .U a. ( ; .t..r $ was on fathers' life. .1.hjq,presence. that he Ex-Senator
Votes would man -get t Why, Conkling has been here for
1 A'\.WJLfflDf OTOir' special-to the Wat-. $10X)0 Insurance one the building andt4ooo Itwas .feared 'thaat"the"
........... t1wblewouldl'fJlUl'bi
think said
would be hooted. The people a week. He and Senator
,.,.,... ,.. -"... "era presi of;Friday. but of: greats Ji erect ; on cotton and'guano.., '!'he totalloaria palsy l. ... Edmunds being
; ... & I Mr.Williams and I'do too that whichever amocfote
\ x t/o the 8rintb. .jii>t: During Ue W=Rai aribide < :380,000. ''The principal"amount.I fL aTmrf""i*+ *'* -WIM.InegUWat .. .. *"!_.t upuinaelc ovte;Cslifoatia '
UVT 11 .. ...._ Bedam' is in has the toads 'their
w8l party power right .m tax before the
;:; 1up'(61: r'tisi bed b the are|n the North British and Merckan *: "

.,-.;""" ... ) ., .- '.- --..--- Ii.1MIne Liverpool'IAndonsad'Globe,'Liyerpool. 't.... ".-. .................H"t'...*.'",. "C.... put,its n..ds.n! ,office. As for this:poor Supreme Court of.thefUaited. States, the

I .1' Ie'Ofy.t Stat ro.. .' The'ri.nteroue fad Liocar, Boy sl of Liverpool,Hoi. ; little thing that is before us,.'I' dons Supreme courtroom -..... on Thursday .. .

}j buitdaa1s "if4! : iDi'11M of New Yo8oott, I Vnioasnd Irish .r. ; l tr .....g. think it anything; Old Hickory the center of interest.- .The-- CsJifomia-----

atsaeeat'efMiYh'aDiraiaedarlhiab !mac u ) Gsapward .. tha1M ..e Jackson would.put his foot upon it railway tax case, the argument of 'which
c f
nM"u wA. tnITt
: : dee aot aeepi'iwtetafore*tohavebem -r-'i. West. lbs. .,. "c;. ttf IDi minute. I don't think It'Would be a commeaoedon. .Tuesday J.apiD heard.ExJustice .
,.. .... l't
o. .
\ ''' Ct'dennttely '+rpr..:Theeaetasoaat''lati : .etieat- Oflaioa ..of. tfet.Electric .t. :.t: ... m.':. ,law if we passed it, yet it .might..bother Phodf "completed: hi* 'arga-
dm I 4'1Jy:1W"7Iii&U.: leroFoTreraQ1 t J.t t. .. Indisna spend the L'days. .. uu a little when we come in, and I don't ment. on behalf of the county which sued
ef oie the lactrk"light become, aaitcommon : .. -- '...'.r. :11. "' .....11I, want any obstructions in:our The for the tax and ex-Senator
..,. Iiiu"oe,''n 54'3s papariog'aD :Mra BobBon and Mrs..Blaine ire way. tinkling fol- I
1- oinion 'Aprorid ofre eat iootC become the ilium* to t spend the wbter.together.inJParis.going, I only way to reform is to elect' an honest lowed..itt\ argument..for.. tile raUffay V|
i .Bating agent of the period;says the Xcav President in i 1884, turn on the hose; give company.: He addressed the court for

re = '.wd' -- l1ioUJ4.o 'ati1'8I ,the hampioqvofthe him a big hickory broom, and tell him tosweep two hours and a _half, and was listened -
t; ,
f cU4 for, 'the-Nuti pftertteoi devL .odi.Of mltJ tfog; It. penfimgtwo eentpostage'bill;'1 :the the platteruclean., to with profound attention by benchrind

:.......,. .: .,' -.. Jo peculiarly unpleasant into i ity. The father of the'pOBdicard tasuiee ia*this >Mr \ ,. ',' !. .. ;
imnLe the'elecfiic. force>> is country. *a to: 1 :: that this bill,if passed would which ,
tbeyatkn1R :
1a7 occupied ,"P1leea"nd allth .
t cmaoryeamins
., WO .Jtht Coni eleme,..,. ts"f She optic tern fa fheradmC pro ablj! !will. Dt-att: nd the sittings'ofa any more.power ,-reform 'or i.;;The.. fight for the v speakenhip a sw.llL tti ".. .

... w..tI : t Jr paJr.;Mout: tDJury., "UP'Wtt\.llre vtiA t rbefor0ChTistm-.a .1GJ-.1r:: purify the service: than they had already early. Unless remi"wcea '
t J :tiJivt'W lJ a ij-jar u !ti 8i, ini : there shall be a specialsession f
to apply'ihe VidjeetiTeai
".; 4 ";.. ; be F,.,... _.1Ia a-rr.: %8ecre- wont"" : air"vtaclfaoff 1 I ffgnor Itflo Campsnrnl Miti11 ,restingsitleis ncdeF..B! ,.,. .r. arx .:.,\, .1' of the:Forty: igth Congress., the ''
.- 10! Is them to !light, and their:algailaned! home in arma;'lid Ur : emiiiduiereh .The matter of pensions is "
fr t taryof$ pot rgL a 1 ); .. receiving: alOUd Speaker cam t' be chosen for '
}' appropriitelrJJIhesoftened r. .. .. a t
; '
$ ad pejcnliarly ttl.
;?, -. nCt1UhAsaalthiae08 getbaaithentuttberactiorlplLtbALpfAoo6resa'If ter electiiaIght'is' I a11 the wits: ;, qp & .iit. >{.a slice of Congressional attention this year'StM/candidatea have:annna I
tooJaud -.1t.iieeilaii" '
i "t ; In w. winter;and as it ia oi Igreat''-imp6riinceto tied
piiblielx ( themselves
:IP rjhflwanaiof motion 1pear h !Ff1UII.r.:... and are working u dilK

w.: : the instroke ai\ioo" +' commander: of the;Jaaettrykae'miide .-: ./ ':u J iTJLi: : 2 vTrn'T3'The : The itU tt)kl8'sVmt hatycbmr'workto'gtraighten. : .,.'

t:;. + Lion of'Ogelf: gL jhe 4ollcted tfi might donaitosi bn acute Hitiated an.angle* This satin tObicouoiichee'an'd'girSi'thelii: ?tooroa,4liet reply,ofW!)!.-Dndlejy Commisrionet and doubtless the cajadidateajvthink it
by "ploylag *** *rflNladtfnw *"
$ hich. i i".I suitable material.for .... )an4 i saw-.'-her' of Pensions, to Senator Platt's re- will require considerable time and hard
red, etc w Cl U9 quite a rlAdIall to the: globes anshades d husband'alive'i_ ...' *-' sblutionVaalaid before the SeDate veeter. .
< .
iid.t P
.. 8Mi\l.i;& '1. 'Ad' '1'1 t.1 but perhaps the bm'p jronlfl .':' -"- bdi aeidahl
: ........_.. .. ... The last bl\ke'A1igjWtl. 'd&Y44 The queation aakedt Tarjq.answered 1
?- .l'-r'r .. .. "'" r-: .UI'1r..A,ri, be to break up and ecaMlr4 -..,. ei is,:dead. ;in their oidet'snbstantaallp' } e4.t pP9B \ion f pep 8OMcef..warst..
*' ''' -as follows 11
toi t 23dAooord light by reflection. If a small convex ." : has formerly received Mpstance and'
[ pft !1ir
... ova WASHINGTON LETTER. 11. The number of pensioners the
on roll
!V \ fastthere must be some hard,casesaboutS ,reflector!w replaoaj immediately below y.2 (hosnoatssegofatoostseposleag3 ri December: 1, 1882 estimated 'port8&iitoV! .&:.ato is'now/tea V
.V'! i i ii at 291,666
S Bartow. We extinct as follows from an !tiie gnt in proteefing globe]'and one W Ii50Td.IX 01"Dei:425,1882 with annual pears, a declared candidate, basing his
editorial #;tt >;bm<*: Tie"ton of larger dimensions above it so as to secure :11irini, he.trathfiaylys sai ditbsit'tbere:! i T>are wino.value 34OS ol penaioner$30, >13,000r 'tha Bandall cpndidacy on the ground'that neither

1>> 9 n a donbld eflectioncwlth ultimate nqcity.mtheworldrof! grealer;.interest roll who lost one hand pnl nor Carlisle represent the corrpct ..

ti tbs ,bIID ..QtY}th.eTshave diYergence downward and outward, the sian bearingHdbe'nain foo
effect .would -.:*i+ -\.-r-i *? : '* fme .;.tfjfise L.oipWj @!tx.:. Opper Eaton holds
beenrro rr. ''vcistgd InU.rprrtofdriArirdteturberB to causa-jthe!tayaV! 6f wu ,.. et.: 0('w .Bevolutiomry thaVfiaftjaUJti protected
of. toe peace several light'ttifalloblquil: .untilobjecttiRithIn 'f- \li -_.ii\.. iti i,966eIio lost, ;y whoatort andn ;onel 4 ifon'. :, white. Carlial4 for. ......,,freo. whiskey
times, insomuch tit. law ia no. longer the ias sdlaSe"slesea Ulmrimation. as it was of him ass man, thaitt'fa-ftitt tJ, .. one Adl any tWq\i: .yea' ; .t.&fOO': tJ are wrbnS.that

-t 'It ttaBea' eeds.SHi)partifMjWPft This would,perhaps, obviate the need of iklhaheartaof.Ourcfcntryjneiu'* "**"* bill no.. >g mQQ,; 1th n-t; there is ahappyinedium} : i between

t't+ .:who are guilty.hare. joqmmiftad! :a ,penitentiary colored glai |f chf the:])ODi! t Tir.4f \', Nestling. mHdoes'oa.the'bank} :of .the 40' ...provides"' '**"that' '4 all'of*these' .aha.>. ,1.receive*? tie two .ctnjtfftta* in electing
ofienaef. little u they may think the electric light seem to dislike. Certain- romannc C-W [* Tnoroinac.'sheltersd* "* "*** "" ."".'from. ''i6e : th.N''iG !\\mRelf! ( a ;\ .....Spe er.. .,*.ttiz,
'.' of.iBaridtbey wffl;so faras I ttk&bwnTbe ly there is,* considerable. sacrifice of JM1faeo.tI l wxi* Q i ib n-lv-1.. '.fPf .U -Y-1....Qt n J3ranthaa wrjtten t..nrgi gyseeor.mainied :New it :i did \ ..mI'r.

\"it wtMfidudCaiBM" Aaa ui i .,.UEftb- ;fllC, 1oDg1 err } jf Jthe,Ofitw gkfc>.o I h BluaRidle. a.--t 1tA $l Up_ Boidiers... .He saja; ;r. fI + i're'theeuppo' r'tof V

\ favored for b ak Jjonored reIatIoDl! much,' indeed,that some of the districts iIth. f -- ; ; curinwommending thejaaaageOf cielegatioDf > s
: WdU Dlefi1icf Would
) _..." .... ..,.. .. 6my: the bUL Np pension t :
[: .'hutJen one...01.:ttieleere.pti lighted by electricity/d i iplaed i r' \)' can compensate I
; ; ,. through I. ..,W ilea.who p ps ? Mr
1 C atind M soodistrsleesedk does about the this medium do not present any obvious healthful tdJmata "'i Jwinterl: residence" should have lost*.one or more: limbf, and I 1 !"o"O.w. if't.:. .
beeat glad .
__ '
_c lT I. .?a imngyaryvDpqy, and superiority over gas. We throW'ottt". for I00 0 pq '' 1 class of > : iorsee. that "!"-z !&DOwer member-of the Kentucky' '

even going to the schoolhouse to worry suggestion is worth,. .8thingimut penaions-well provided for, instead delegy
R r .Rf t R }{
.1 ; is wit of the k.eachjadmit ta 11ok1Arntapdfrieeds'df
;: indiacriminate
and alarm the teacher.:and. pupils. "" N : be don&for spy is, the ,nlgotdc' common -'wiichalmt' ...:&.>iit many.of whom, pensions-' ', that unless one or the other
"' are'physically; :
",,1iiihitallti'The1teaaaeeQt l; light ia.1IIq1D5 tpthe eyes,".wlUCll _In'... !f, ,, t 'of telrefare" they would.haVe beei 1f1ie' goocj J1"v.1 as retiree; 'Ufcr i ''J Chance"Weitter.fnich .
.. + loft
DI l$.;. iii'.t'daagettofanjiem : war. Meantime
I' ..
I JW" .
11 =' j
,II#PoeWa'r'-- th L erbeenfought.". "* .I : _$ 3..p ntneae
i Deakw faucets ihat' on the 17th iAt; .;i. ;tkerbbraoif't; eBere bj. ..Rba"""l and: teaiua I !J I JEhe tariff: 1' ".Bepiihliona i 'Ime ;predictodand .
: question
iitf.... AsW.b* !lEt." .,,. wbIda...,. hor&lW..t'! d ..:; .f\1 ( promises-to ftOrce' as eo ardently iwpingtor-begln/to show
in latitude 81'lasgitu8e ; tieU1IJQ .
; ; uae. Foi nll'.'theenia I d : ) iII l'UMr ; Congreas with gr ati .1
[ .. fc promin itaelf.
aot greatestAoiMe9 of In Democraticcircles'
; eastreoutliesat Of Indian aver Ube.tbe ... : -. 'Already l; the diuerent.sections disparaging
a yevel d E Et intereak-rTiie aat.. rtion of"1IotIa.'ltiueaee,I IJ tie| :: .of remarka as..tin etadWaej ofFoie ,:
: country are
.. putting their ,
bfathoaa .. ," .. .. .:.1. at.&i: ... ... 1i:' ; ;"interest*, who are
'ut of with before running >rt iipfcredfamlcomments
water the
1 ., committee., .. .,. arebeing {
< ,-.-. J&, ..' voledf. during .M i.i.I. ti!W. H" \ ., a "" /1,...ot4oi .t.J -
'' ,. til
ii ng orer aer:Ind- apparent- Jean 11I\ i r.Tte report of the Tariff Cfemmisswu twfnrta3bemogvea
Jolevlacaageran ,
.IJuR; to.thaiatrcductlon. ..,..... aaddisentfon ,,L fbm.l'uMt. is pndidates"are 1
r beldbjrast, toee: fie rasa, bean;made,life servitor.ja,France. iLl;'am "-.i.JJut.: "a.n:t1{ w. i 1 undergoing examination. .by.both,the Sen- being uttered. PcalMy; .
: ** .
,, ,"qll aout6 stdlalett.. ; ,Arse. ; I'b1 _: rendered' diatta : aerud +'Finanfle.. \mmt jfcnd Hy tipeniaa of.e figat maylffovd \:

r biett'Y V_. --:.t,btf* -. -, "--f;*1!!...** .**..-*4:* -'*or-V,* j: .eaard, .'." .-.. T-_L..;*,-. ."I..1, -rtenu.... ..=.Id14'1.w. Q'S::bill i-lc baa cti'j o ajui M MfCpmiiiitee" "of.the_ Hbiwyeach:Waya, 4 exasP:feenice rated'.to the democrat'time; it cool''Jnay"before&1 t,

'. .. .. ., .' V .7 'J'>: V t V oanmittes4'msadng its. work the baaia af tempera to '
I 1- >-i ; *yl the main conteMf ttlkde plsae.'u* M. L.f '

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d L e! and.PlroighRsndy. c''H LMY1T f,
TITUSVILLE. .FLORIDA.The for-the llUtil ler- ___ earl a'.o mnae
...' """' I vice 14= of this.beaunVmcblnk !! o.LNI.. a wti,task.a r uto O.vW.>e'.
-0 tUu1B1m'.m. LLll 1A'1ILIkbIrheritrip. : MIOla lt.i.1.14..srwt.e.ot.atys ilfottl.ttte tsls. t 10.x,1 f
Oldest and Yasti B liable Place of .eNOr lAe' tA.,,* BmrnlBf. lagma.c THji With thoDeBAir' Line ,GENERAL MERCHANDISE. LEGAL '' )t
j twcuTititiii WeeUy.
.1Mfilsa.De! ,
:. "sutiixlsir' 1. : .....tlkl'WIltllI LeavingSantord. fbrlockledge'. Mondays: "'L.. 'l'.>' ;CAKLHJS.IHEiffl'SAmKBOdS. --r I US. NOTICE t
IndIa'River Land Office. Gainesville. Fla.1 i
on Dealing in. } and'rhukIay,. .
;.taU Intermediate Landinp ;) 1. '''I' x { : November.88 1882./.. i
'General Z dercha>a d18e alnlchd-mJr1.aUaaU day tf Mt Leaving BocUedge Tuesdays 4 Fridays.Iat :.CovnJUHT havInzbeen entered' -' at this I;

\ \ .. ,,"" .. JU I _I.t. V,..f: AT TBX. tt .' '" Once by Elijah L.Gray anal.' J." H. )
--but.+i*. 'f W< IiI goods an .,. ,\ fi. 1... '),,- .",-.,. .. order to avoid OaapiolataMit. to aMppew, Human for abandoning his ''Homestead f
".: iold'thia Stind .. 'probably ,the '' LUNIT PACKING' HOUSE.Tttutvffle Entry No.(11.0.dated May 7,1877,
bo ti ind ,! ;- : AUfrttoHtnu be atltocUeiyl (Wilkin: ,. .,. uponthe
most rfeictJyide Boat I& t ,sfieIMthree r t '" lots 3,9, ft 10 Section 30. Township
'..I' separate and iatinct; Hulls; each a eon's wharf) JfeMZagjaia JVifcy*. i ., __ ___' :...I1orIda.. n8.Banice .'1:; ln"Brevard y county .1(

1 ReenibeDo1IiiU' : Deb erfect6hJ lDltIe1f. Jot.' B"8mtt 'ca 'H.'P. Tniktereblst \" Florida with a view CO I the'CUOI11adon

f ., .. boy : > rahDaU t ( t .WWlSV t ... and improvements of, steam. : summoned to appear at this AOoa on-the'17th .

j ... attj .tL# .. &CAX.H .' ,,1" ;:1'1.. IL t [OH ", J4(., !44 c : day of January 1868 atv 10-VeIock '1amooaoefain
,. .. 'hi l .ill r : .. .J ... '..,. .,to respond 1iIic1'ftmiIIb testimony
11..:';. .!' ,,".'.:11 f .1I..It'J: :: '
:r'I PIlI. STEAMERDUCHESS 'tt 8 aid ab.adeas tn&
,1 :.r"V..... ..-0'''..'. '"..".... .;.... 1J ,. ..__.-. !.V'- : ___ : ,' .81tS .,....Jgna F.. .Boixpra.BecelTer.K v

"(-.' T ".e'.He dquarters Store. Connectiomwith the CINPKKKT.LT.ATlti8v 1.-' ,..IeW, 'Iiiemicais,. EMPORIUM! *. ...' jror/ofiu. ,.

t* t1. between" 9 .' Tcfle' Articles 'OJfiIimiIt. JET.Land-Office, Qaaesvillev Fla.i .
: .Tituri e,FI 1'aDcj'&ad II!C..3CMMGEOUR \
.:.,.' ..<<' 11 J.: t Novemberf318l.f.
: .
r: III 9f Stiyrat.Further ,. ;
niib Di" ,
MlrlJ. Dye-itfc( ; 1 01' JjItmllJt 'oJ entered
[1. 'Opened' for the Seison. in future advertise; ,. ;r. CoMPtAnrr:having been at this
.particulars '; Varnishes .ft almost everything I Bird' _.Aaalaalsmmmted.some respect Jffloe by EUjah L.Grey against Chaa H.govnan :
:j WA man who ; n\erected in".his 'own meat. .1 L ,kept by a first-cuss Drug flouee.; .. .. forAnatomr. for abandoning" his':Homestead .
co: 't' Anyinenttnneede44 ap g to 'Snooting Entry No.SHI. dated way J, 1877,upon
4J '\. welfue will be pleated torn, that ..Tbo-undersigned desires it'to be distinctly .stru by'meuetomeIand aDd 8ahing tob and at my'establish. she lot 11, Section 96; lotsl ** .SectIon -

MMEW GIBSON understood that this line is not not; on hand,' will be ordered. ment and at reasonable rates., 36 and lot 9 Section 84:J Towashk 11 '8,
.1 ,, .... time ... I Also dealer. in' .the Celebrated'LIon gauge 38s.ID.Brnard.: :county Florida
for but for all tqcome"that Prescriptions carefully compounded
r- ,_ Keeps_the put
ready tor nse.u The best and cheapest :the parties are hereby: sum-
.- ,Titsurllle, permanancy,Summer and Winter; by competett. persons.: Iy38 paint ever introduced forHouse,,or Boat mooed to appear as this eAee on the Itthdayurf .. x .
and he respectfully: aak*the countenance Oil stoves in suitable January 1888 atSVclock ..*>> 3
AKD. lEaVED. DC STTLE TO SUIT PATROHS. .. use. great varieta. p.
... and the to sustain -
enconragmentof people '
W. and
!! t I.. MOORE fbr family or boat use. respond fhruIshVdmonysgonoerq-
him in his enterprise and .venture, I __ .. .,. LINSEED OIL .WABRANTEDfPUBE.Pratt1 ; ing saJd'alleged abandonment.
Plain and Fancy 'Gske made to order.BatoftSnad mil- on his part to do all that lies GIie..1. Comitota. Htrckait I '35 '*,
>**W **& I V V
: always- on kand.. '.. 1 in his power to make it mutually 8dftDUogeou CdeM.AM n* altari. Is .. .... '-" ';' ,
'.111 i to all parties concerned. AND DEALER; .IN' ." .'.NOTli 'E. '... 'srInttockafuaaad
ALo .. '
first-lass Barber slap attached. M STOCK TBx: OKDXBsiaMXD will sell at public
:f sal 'W:.".J;. oaTPAHHlfEE: .Triple plated 'Table. ware*from the auction at the doorof&.OodttrRooaa rat

Groceries and House Holmes l,Booth Harden.. ,'Tltosvlllleio: Brcvardooanty aad,

ft n 1 .50 CIS, Ittl! 80.Hi Oily! InIAAntt ,,Bazors, Combs, :Uck.Naeb State of FloHdK tl+.faUowlagreel, estate '
l r ; i. variety.Clgan ,towlt.Tbe 8 i of 3"j'.1.Seetioo''
M.,73tJa. are yong7, Efeftnt Pew uri Pocket Mbte. I. 17 TOwnshtp U 8,garsge.1; Oil the
r TftaccM FiF <
: >.t
1a.a1I; Vciock i
1<,.'... to_AoUcw.,,-. _.- to. have a void V:H'Cea". Oab"i't' Paniily iplies.Titusville and all smokers'.artIc1eL' la the da.oll'ilmlary.l8Ut.fbreaooB. .!T.OOCKAOTXT.' 10 i

_,CARLLN md Ait 'eosasodkss This U by far.the biidsomest and best .t.+ "! Later Beer< Scald I Eqi] AJ&: December 7. 8w ,.......3wffl .1.
... ,
.., Florida.
SLOOP. 'ELLA. foithe | I : :. ; nONE Sole agent for the celebrated'Farkmson lf 1 ,: IITK' :4N+.l' .C".Jr&118JX
Normberiotbueo. 'tf
Bible nude. It''OD- < z
' .money.ever, Orange Wine. When. you cannot gad ,
raorltb.sRet date i to
: what want in the other stores in,Titnsvllle present
GREEfl'INGI, tame both the Old and New Testament. .. Just give B.C. 8.a call and, 'you HouorJ.A" Js s ,of the
t .' )4 :- ANOTHEN'ATLVIIEU county. court of Brarard oqvaty. Fla.say
wilt be sore to get_teeTHE !. \"
tIDal aDd l Oucbe. Zxseator'of
', 'Ift..... __ translated out of' the original i tongues acooliett as
: .
.. '
; .......,..A J ,V....... m 1IU1DII: ,., IATES' TRADING SLOOP"ASHES" tbe Estate of C. a wmiMitv'tate"'ofnty :
laid deceased ask fer final
; : .. with allthe. former.translations diligently Sofuthern' Music House discharge u such Kxeeotor.... .y A. ;
'.J. ) .. . compared and revised. Only. House In, America .Selling .CAPTAIX'YcLEAN,4* 8.F.-.Ga.uj XstwrtOf-. .. .- F
'July 18th 1881. .11. to.MUCELLA1IXOTJB.
,' : .New Year F A L .
.w Happy Has resumed her trips on the Indian --:-
'" It has a beautiful cloth cover, handsomely Blver. ,I, .' ; -

lettered in gold! on aide and also I .&HICAKRUUA rcu.sum.Yorv' : : : -:
.Tai All! II
.. ,j'r ireoerPnvi.Jsu Grevs. MnfT. JjlHL
.:... ::). 11 ."r T' -- r : jS.
!. on back, red edges and printed in' dear UUVEdrtu ,
'J' -- _

., '. : '1\i.. t. type containing, altogether one thomaand I iff A I ClOfflDB ill JOIIOIB.I QaWe 10 pateatat e.lasitshR'ntq 01 >1am seta .

Grand. t. Holiday. Open" one hundred and thirty four pages.: ....... "' ::=esKlaMsab slplol. A t '

> ; I. + .. ..
.. The Captain tbuikstlMimblleftjr tbelr I
: Bibles no better are'.old'for, twt e.&lid., Pianos fc Organs trooace buetofora b'll1..ed."to: s--t :Ma1 M t.,R.j' .
: ,
t 'i CMdn a share .
: 1
:.. .... ..-er: ...' .Hft. even three times the money we atk lor Oa &M Ore Prioe87StesB.OLowaat .DKYOOODftNEW ". IIM_...."._... sosUi. M : ,.:
J s '
;. .. ." this little gem. ,ad JJIIfn PIlI ,II lp lit lkat''!k 1 : "GOODS I: .Boots t ShoaBata...slsHOeriea A caps: teLUMBER .'

.. ..-. i ""Akmiiomei*'8isday-&Aool taieh- grat.vsrle .VOdV Geieeat ] w"1
) Known.. ilftW7 Asir !br tiliatlteetnay ,
,... en and scholars asd one me to bepriiei."- The meal system. of selling Fmnoa and I UvRte I w .....taL'.Cr I.ot .
.. Organs for the dealer to barge Just received a new lei of Dry Goods Goods ., vets ttapesialt ,Y t tI
.' any which I am offering cheaper than anyother .. {
FAIR' : price he can get for them without regardto "'" .. --' ,.. ;
... --A-.u.&I .. "Tit Utade ia,hew.,oaf M 6aItPIazaN either fair protr or the .customers' Hoes la this'tIeIDItj,' eoaspdsthg I .,,
)(.B B.g I '
.. ., .... .; ). 1iUdY", Clam.... per'u f _it' iwm
Interest. But we are proud to IjjNet I
V i' ... pat 1P ee old"-061fnsr. this has ever been oar.... 1ft -.o.iD..iIMd.-----. bs t+asisNiiroNite>ttt isitot4sr'
1 u u : :
, >
. .; If want a Hble now is the time to FOIf the DC&Qltv vC iVCflrBlB00ffS JTeafy Kentocky Jeana. '80 ,
Ton ,, 'as
', :' '8)t ) Pillow Casing. Ii !, it .....,'
secure them the full valw of their .
; lend for it.. One copy of the"greatest of established at the outset of our BOSMJTwe bast mbrenasT Coailiee each. ...... ..10! ......... IJt\ .
'Asaoftmeat to .) Tortschit .... ...
Large.gtoeksad, Good aU boofar'.ra1 postpaid to any address Dell,twelve JlU'lIIace Cosae Sao and I ....... \. :
: eoeh II the CIII. 4I.
select from.Dolls + i .Tee H.h1e.1MrM... .I' f .Alwyi9lrndSP t1 i
ti of 80 cssrts 0IIl.u..
on receipt '
and to Ibis wo attribute oar Issnisi'ise and Mrs. MendeL 'wC- _'.'$4IJ"'r'I .
Ctiristaiastree'Orneufent UHXIED STATU PUBUBHIVO: Co. !
Toys' erswe on tklesquan I. J-
49 North Ninth Street bestir that tbe price i I' .., SI.
8. eOtensraJ WIWII !;
$. } be the very lowest one that can be iveo. :
22 ly Fhfladdpkia Pa We are pledgedtotW.! ,.We always have t 1:wm be ftmtteslto: order oaskortTi ::
DLLf Dr .
.C..II tfcy/une.. done, ,and wtU always will do I&. It's V V
and No l' 01, = ..!I at 818.00 per thoeand. :
_.-. .,Valuable Property our creed our practice.' other piano ( .'_.
C.secIu r!, .... r and organ bouse deals on thlaprinct.pie. ..
; 1.Mk t .. .. htesaaWe0t0dM poi .

ftIICi' a& Thirty acres of land ia the City Point Our prieas In plain flgurea are p1aGed .. : J ......,..' *'; I urn .

dLl Hammock Splendid new galvanized on low every as the inatmmmt.sharpest ...aIaU4.. eulDQat All other II ; C .. /ahraj-oobkixl.... -. ",, "".. ..,'

.. r'L Wire Fence around twelve acres,' Five bursas have iHlgh prices and give dJI.ooan&l. I .... .I 6. .a 'filii" -
1Vi .i B ndrd yoag sad healthy Orange trees .n -, &{ t: : tII'7 \

1 Useful and Elegant Moliday .. -I Forty bearing twes.-+ Beantirol .BiverFront. The"One PHot"system_ time In x AU orders promptly, fined.... ..''rYsu '
..1. .. trading and U the only satisfactory :way IY'- ; '.J- NO iW O
- I Sbatrei: at. fine cane and beaanaknd to buyer and teller;tor on the highprioe v., zyi ': :' .II .
:; .. .. '
'1:: 3:: \ 'V9 *L1
; .... M there bia tbe ... Adjoining ad dlseotmt system* even though the I .! $iIt

Fa1r. old and'ytw.. *,, ':n"numerous "to, the hod of the Hba. 1fm.: H. Sbarpe ci tom.twysvbeUaotsanthathehaaBsnrqukk. I '. J.Hardware. 1E1TII
A; In .pdsis1 .q'J .11 I ; " . .. Bare+ is opportunity for ; r .
... a good 'aD- one
___ < K
Africa. 1s.. MIl >
1. t ... Irv .... "
; desiring to make a good investment r
,. i\ iIe.. Dd",4..1 ft
:> J; Why'JJ.- I"adtaaeeIB H
.;;.., the place must be sold. Titles i ,perfect. v .
'T.\ ;. 1t_ B' price alssost....... Plaswaaitdei** r .> I! & .
.,..t'7'1'1 1 Parties intending to purchase can takeetquidei gansareona' boon.' .'demaad exeeeds r- .
.1.9e1 r 1 {sa .li t1'QtttMM' of' Dr.fI:W.'Holmes or Hon. the supply.. ;-AH factories. arebehind General FroiluoeEBCHAIT ti

.....R the Cadldren to see. ::1 '!.. : For further f orders. Dealers :with cash In : r' CABSTCrOTBXV.U. S.WHliett4aweetlyb.tW.
.t-. .. ; 'o.J.I .. W.ILSharpe.& terms ands hand oajiaot get iMmmflsta aa fiist aawanted. : 14 j. .._ .vj' u U a"
f particnlan ddte..*. P. Perham Quit- .'Prices Material and labor.818.mucIBZThe

MIiTA.otAiri'I : ; manOa' or B.'o. Paham Point Flaor > present Jew PdeeI of > ;I. ... .. .. ,,- ... u : W.Ib
cannot continue and will v j.HoveaberlOtauao.
: confer with Peter of n"J, Joan ao4 IKDCAX BxriM.n .i2
Captain Wright .
.' sJ4 ; ...IIIII&eD.n.Those ." '-- .
.1 V'l
: ( "4 piit. .*w.I'. the fast sailing ik p, "MiBt". who will who buy now till save aaoney. Large '. ._ ." !lFlorida.._ __ hearer$et.rpelae tttntt :
;"Uttle' contracts Just made with ***rmlhftiTfiswill daya d Friday ,
3 f.. J cirri parties to see the property.OYSTERS "A..R a aM Fes,tOHl. Momtog

'"Mary....... ._' '_and, ...".her.' .H" 23'-:J t : : antis enable Janillry us lit to guarantee 1888.. After .that prices wean CAJ. 7Ksrrers : dI S

w- uTMIs. '11It? wtuJ.JIt : : : promise nothin Delays are d Ipr- ,1M I'oc .
,' .. asrcaoiaCa
.1. : : ...:' r ; out.'Magntteent sock now 'on hand. !
., ...' .111 ,crt" J.,:ZELLERS, Seven Grand)lags: Over 800 dhTestyles I I'I Learw JltosvHle,Mr Tuesday
raiPV VY 014. ,,
e ;ers
'. ..I.a: ; ,!f J I" 4 .. L. 'Will ship Qystija,,to order by ,steanMr wIn.OUr," looaa.t. day and Saturaay mornlng,
.. ,to" ,..J.rho _. Pianos,pout Beantlfnl Organs t aateeprisn the analogdsea
-.c '. to all points on the Indian and 8L John's -.
whoU sdtasahoeWbohadsom1RY .ti. ,.. ""Inttafinent Terms SentontriaLEveryMdoeement
, 014 ; s e. didn't know BiTers in shell AT gallon.,. K'r ..uF that any :responsfbUHouMimnoJEff..Competitionwith' the ; ok..9.d1'; ? # r

. asoxAat'sw seetlb'fine' V None but bedded Oysters in 'large 'or world.I Don't fan to send for our.Cata. TITUSV1TNW1
I 8be brNIIIt y .. small orders. >. tWill -
LIo oO" .. .JI&: logaeasndhUPr1oLtats,188L A FOR'SALEr'!
.I.tlhJ..t. also ship Turtle order. t "
r I;'. : pIN.bO Mai Bats'-iQrtl4ti'IiiC Hsui, A'deiiraMejsdttage,house.and.,lot.:in m':
19 For further particulars: address V
: SAVANNAH. Tttuarffle '
: -a J wright s. r
nii di ii..iieh ,.l,\...:;lolica1' 1 .' :"-1'" ; r I .'.' Jjr.ZeneM"r. : .; J Tht. Great. Wtobak Pino t Orye* Depot 'dF1eral repairing'.Tm.Enquire .
;.". ,; t.i1; Jt.u &c' ,\tV.d6( ', ... .J. 'St.\Lucie; Fri. ;...i s..-'oltM Boutlt: .at the Stall office. t:? vJ 24'U''"' ...
e Cri-.iJD& .r'x
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...,.-.-\ : 1bs,Chmrch.Temporal.r with the temple In ,Tlropuvanam I .lisite :J-egai draw
'tw.... ........ connected J Decision can the i+.orep ,:
.. t car
\ --jf't \ -,. 't1 t"----.. ::bu i in m7boJa'
. .. .. son The letter
....I. rl ,.l< Lcgwit ./I I :making tbfc '
t. lai'gsatist itbsiIt ill labor;, "" c.If ..Ii s ai .. daj-!ehnoJ, and who Dot Infrequently, Bale of Oebdt to Fay Freight Va>W. simply d tied >t WtUI./,1: : "75 *

piol:'c'ainabl0arilcW.M"oly.; .(lollete'Ln to SI.j'Wr. 1mJ he. calla an m4J for the purpose of conversation. Some'' full' barrels' 'wbicU- 'fa'! ,.u lire n, and signed bv the degxeitnr; i"S
.. : tu she 'PHocto*.:Rerierr, l I idtrr'tM t its., .; He inked me one day to give 'parriedaa freight were lIOJ\I:by a vat. bank cfllcer In seudlrghi V

.. : etiiP,.. !!:;.;. L.. ":"."uathov.ivrgrrr: .of & __- "I"W"'" ". '!' him a Bible from which his son might road company to cover tS"ba gw aa dwrl! u.Y !| a. laufc att-A** '
ltt old u& i i learn the daily Scripture lesson assiened carrier. Jn'ttre adverUsecjint addled
7+- .th>qN betseselrei employitr and Thei; of sale tUv letLel"eUi

t'1':ripleyed pa tbe:question of labor: wan1Dt YtN" uf PdUa".1i = to the school. This naturally the only glveJt HesoiripUoti wait: "two bat'en, Ocrui.fjy. "Iftut ? II1t..r. '

r '.eltid twiIiIqb: $ t Ji. 4.-.M..t.l ,.. conversation in rtfgarj ,to/the barrels"; w -ti'r ThVt-rlce' iiid, byfa f"!,v.. it, fir aunthtr.: : ie Bit '-,:"-.A-
v"iwn .
.W".m r.r-.r" hfi .' bo tUi and Bible dd'h Yedas. Among otheret' : [ hS. .
.dtiIId" + : orlte of the crmpany.who. h d an Vrl'; >r Philip Yung Il.k tar .

iIt"ri;.Y>IIIoN':5a: .. -..._.' ijtil1 IlIq lrlee'J asked him to" what extent knowledge) ; of_the barrels vuqd their OItllftl'e:! "n ,Ir.-w tile! ] j tlrr jr '
.L.i.a.L 1 r..J
iia$ been-a'gtteidon' e aapo!eeseedhythopeoule.BebsDirlanWitlableto contents, was a ncmlual one. The dra.*>t. A.&uit,
= 'tirarwltltmoil IJ.t"ug '"
teil a'ct fixed Capital;; -. '' of the owntr I' uf the goods sued to- reeve r ..inaat.-tth; \ fnV

energy to:'feanalys 'abject an
'aeUielalladea.whicu; have been fault vr-tno Utter and fuel at lest $Ibougbtfulness. !too, and one who conducted with tbe' proper1 g rd'tor deposition tbegrlendth"L IFG1\c ...'

tuts-dosed'ny :incompetent'mecJ lii'* taey' are only"mild'enthusiasts' who never speaks hastily. He .panned fa hbrtKhis. .Ia' tbU "wise- dhlvers va.Kathea i tance was.uot DUde'w trip "'" .

in anomie ''science,''encouraged ,by sUh-flofr f K:Kyriuicai paat'r'dre u of moment an' if tothlnk then answered : -the, Supreme Court of Alabama and that the adorem ear a Mare

thootioe ions of 'the eoonomUta.Wir an impa-r.ibh' >.future. JJotwiiLsundtugjhti l "There are four kinds of knowledge. on an appeal ,by the' plaintiff nude aa ithe American) DecU" "

*do nat belong in: distribution. at theue serious IndlctaituUbrou of the Vedas.' 'The'first la a"knowlrdg reversed a judgment In favor of the Yung should have reatd

all i, TJieip. belODC; In the appUoatlon / c against them by the unbeUevsr e that the.Vedas exists. This all carrier. Judge stone. in th. opinion lodgment been Adtled.1

of c ipltal to:proiucUon... ,The capital. pr the.warWrtcp, ths'lie !y, men. possess. said : "MLreaionibleditigeitoe snotno mtlTITlllTB was. in favor of_ the b.ui... :.

;:. ::tare tnplo3>>'is,tied by ,4Mnereattriikeejt' : to as a whole, maintain their place id the "Tbe second, 'i a knowledge which' I have :been exerted"to aseertaln,' thee Court of Wlacoasino1, rim \ ,
'," townja at affections and regard of the '' > of these barrel
: wages .exactlyai'.o'e thud contents except open judgment. .Toe ,Chief Jsttice. iColfligence
; : : tries,to prevent waste .of rawmautftel Xbey take the lead in onr oitles :a ing them so that:an anvei.*. ---.: l u u 0Y "i'u."u _._.:; ,- :'_
'.:i ; car:wear and tear of fixed .. : towBS (mnS'Villages'whenever any writings, the.Veias, which exist from. could be made which would effect me Bhown-'by'-theplainu," Ti

:.. ,lia(;'Tne e plofedls led, by self te: pmovementb, organized tor. bettering ancianttimssCTThiiJEnowKtlge! oolj beat tale of the freight. The''alent i money,'fa ast reniiUed,,iny.trlci.; >,j.;

'; ".'i'9et.0..1.'"wages: he"o in." :: t I tlii"unCUtion mankind. No otherprjfewion Br tUb n'S'catt.8F" 'w ahouU have t xamhied:all ,iztlrtsakindlAll I fortuity to'hia express direction, bj %

! arIr.aUof.itls'tM' supply.ud in..the,.community speak*i "''The thltdbiioh. a knowledge of .d. .Ia _:'. -' -"'v., t, be- crafconiFtanQtortb'slntrin'tha'udniti

}t dstnddLtdbate'the'eapkIIDioD& g toI such a huge oonsUtatncy in favor the Ve
the lahorin=:;wage! receiver In ,the :MUM&WRd as.>oiipfie-..yAbd, learned tit role;; the eactld Worda.Thia other'sources of information within it it* certainly not the f.ultof the bank,'

}:s pr.t v tlon,which ''cenduces to .the : barr1.Drn..paia. l exceptions' no knowledge It may be, ''five In ;> convenient uacu ; and,if,JML knew or ftrtheltller, of the ,!" clearly

's niaHsaom i production' under all the enTn the.communityis hundred Brahmans pomess. could have darned the content* of ,the autbcrized the remittance- aa..It was

'.:. .fcxiaUttf';ttlroam tmUOSI. If' trader' .tgtultothemitndkdntetvstedn se I "'The'fourth,/me trite knowledge v It barrels and withheld thia',knowledge .mide, 'Ir language means anything

;.. ont'>.nsor' etaployers. ie associations""inK and enalne goodness. called DJuiana. :This can'come'to theIO In adveitising them for sale and the ,The'plaintiffsawfit to take the: risk

.trjKJoof mienereooes) iney- may.iem-. I The sneer of'the infidel will never Il only by deep and constant medt effect of thh was the sale of them to a of this mode of tranall 881on. When
"l pbra-Uy. dUtnrbi; this adjustment, btt obscare or change this fact. And'yet ration on the spbltnal. meaning of the favorite who"h superior knowledge, the draft woe propadv.addressed t nd

.alt:. ooett' laterferenee**avenge them- while admltUng all this, usa ,plainly words. This knowledge not .one in and'at a nominal price ;the shipper mailedto'h1iDJat"eii a 'en it became

;eelr<.iln; the,.end b''COD enaattap apparent that ,the influence, of the' ten thousand Brahmans has." was defrauded thereby,and 'the company his property and the' bank .was' .

tic Iotu.,. ifs man 'knows how, tot clergy la not only not what it used to He' Ljght, 'have added, ."and nob moat compensate ,him for the charged of Star cblgatlon! to him."

irVsiorethan he Is getting he OUlh'tol4.llt'QD be, but not nearly M great as It ought one among two hundred millions of damages he has suffered -

t ; gtctlo ';'morawherehe' Isor'hs to tilt The'countryptrjonofEnUnd the oommoi}:people., *;$fr' behold .. LandlorA tat Tsaaat.
ihould' .etisnges If anemployerosAgttaa ; two hundred yean ago, or the Puritan darknesi:shall.coyer rile earth,,,And sis Vpea Csasitloa.- A merchant"oooupled, .. 'the first floor
equally i :: competent man at panda of New.England one hundredjenn gross 'darkness: the people;' 'but the of a building for a 'store ; the upper
'A .
and sold to N
lowe wages he ought to get him for. ago exe roloed mach more power, Lord shall arise upon thee, and his mower reaper.were: floors were occupied 'by other tenants
who in hi notes rug
gave payment d.
and wieldedjifarvWi 4er Influence than glory shall be seen upon thee." The roof was defective and leaked, as
It was agreed that tbs title fj the
stall: the, modern parson of. to-day. Why I property the landlord. nothing was
I r. r ri .r Pr+T;I 1J: should, not'pas. until the notes esltthen m1tbu
this declanaloa in power and irfl. .1rI )C bpain
were In full. 8. bought' ]I
u labbiaa, r-.wa lower 'prodncUoa and'\!|| Biatract es t. 'First of all,it:may be answered paid thechiiKe ma In inaction for damages, brought by

'r r e the;welfare of alL Tuere Is,, that the moreDual''t tnrlon of 'Curious Patents. from NJ.:bfQfe,the r, SPWf repaid the mtrjbant for, the injury to hi
: i .!eocet 1no sooW j1l..or.sirag-j; knowt dc\h'as linied :11 tLepeople up =,s ..., ,. ... \.".... -T ..,..,... r. rJ"t : knowing'' the condition' upon goods from the water coming through
ale of., -'. ,with class Involved' nearer to the pedestal' -whkn which N. had got them and McC.,the =
In on ; theclenymen Some Tnvestlgftting person has fur the roof- Krueger w.'J'anu-tb.Su-
seller sued 8. 'tor the'eon.ereion of
w.....--- .. .. J focmerly stood alone. PeoplrwhAsit > nlshed the New York Time* with a his preme 0nrt t of MmneaoU,'; ii| fender-
but defeated. The
L The, notion &T4 fsytjs Is under dhvtribaUoqsjoiBjB in the pews now frequently brief list of patents''on small thlDft,1l1Job property was ing a judgment in favor of tbe tenant,
in this
judgment C McCormlck vs.
t new and.unexplored know more about the special subject amatw ipetnpes WnPld through JqdgSv| ,P Idt1>;son. said:
Stevenson- carried to the :
Held of eonoaio: 'seftence-'is entirely on which the clergy u>an is, speakingthan ire i miDH"or wedthto 'U a lne kJ -was Supreme There is no sontl4} reaabri>1 wh'y the rule

I 'a, wttlMit' '.1oundatL n.' That notion he does himself. The topics dtsoovsreetil'6.1Ltdlglitbeeztend El Court of Nebraska, and the) reversed I that there.18 pUed ooVelllllt on
o' It. Judge Maxwell) In the -nr s
, i 'fbr,_... _,- aid : "The title did not N. "
to on
I atm ;twier,;'. the dominion f u r in the'pulpit'are how 'treated situ as- stale oeeglven In>the 2 mu..Among pus pairs should not extend; to premise
\ the sale It remained 'In' the selleruntil
i I maphrlceand eqtiment it, t11intaodttiDfSOg'otiomernott. e lively by leanel sVialiBts in freshbuoks these triflf ls the favorite toy=: e;'re' the; condition the not expressly rented to the tenanl

_. ,of j iisUoe,,, andtwgutnts, or' even in the turn ball"-a wooden ball with anr tba ;- payment Here4tirera was rt mmon i'o d
notes-was performed. 8., know* ''
xlerfyed.,allandftt as a controlling con the daily newspaper el t ntentee aehdthe wat, *Me

!. < piion in ecpowaioalacieiae. it is, The sacred domain of theology is now .... ing this condition could not take'titr! to his own interest therein." .
\ .&&&IV.'II- !'-"'Dfn1 im.- bold. >.Invaded by seekers afar rath a: UH .. to the machines by purchase from N.,

i 'JD. ii'. f=wr. car .ia 1t!!r7i dfpartsaflnt of human leariing. T ;lead for he was not a purchaser for value in BaakiBg-ExtaaV 7.tibtltty: of hreUIi.

,1- : '''7.wheD\jri.\ ., They. draw ,gook we curtains I p i:i t&he good faith." .r Z., a receiving*teher in the savings

.. ...nide:4ath.oT.ta> .relations with that U8td.,;'hIde the holy of holieR,Ir fade nt to Che department of a bank gave a bond

.w>ntah; hluiroti>i "deali.g.w.Ifthese from thowsjta4irtsz9f. it wust h I'' of -.ed per AsMsrasat sf the Prtmlom sa Patted tUtes' to.. secure the bank "for all sums of

: "teWtlWl 'I reCb4opratiytiodetstood; U be confeaee f i.luerj[mgeenUy dnd ....,......... ... [*he B aas. money)>property:anOonda of every
.. The Court of Appeals
; .. of New
woti Iiiofb; "-ble-to make peoplins e but little to ,reward their eager Jnquisitivefiess. polnM";; .ew- tae;!. 'w.... York>, description as may from time to time
in The People tx,rel.l Leonard.ys.,,T.he be in
t placed
longe)'7 .aPiiudihe.e ator. who: | e' Board hiavhaxids by the caShier.:
of Commissioners of and
nee it qJ-t.hMao1ndD8trloUi man The trend of' modem,thou&ht is to.' ihttM'swine the man !&eMjIy, thoughte A Titxes or otherwise coin. into his poWle8Slon

.. '. I*bettffr DUMB a lasy one,or who wants wrd an absolute Intellectual and of putting copper>f tips to cbildrea n' I881 men&a. haa !decided thai the teoslvlng AaHer."nlst Ue absluce of
fame lies
t a revolattssi. ..*..the rein who has moral republtoanU1st : f shotb is aa well off at if hit father had. tbe oljectJon to the 88tet8mentof the general teller who had charge of

won Capital vJby; 'ee1f denlil, gets/moire 18J Ply&{ .'e left! him''$ .OOOQO in 'United States bonds premium the on, United States the receipts in both the savings and
to bonds
luxudsoi'aiving: for himself and'bis Christian dogma, of .brotherhood it Dondet'"Althoug'hroUei- skates> are 1 : themselves; for commercial branches the cashier di
said eoeea
eIaiId n.-the spent Who hat spent cuts away ail *the *supports from not mnjeh used in countrieswhere! Ice they in both ,'Uie Federalgovernment i reeled Z. to act as general teller and

., :ae Itetlieht reets. ,;i u f ..r tbe... medfdsval, lhrlstlaaideaolpries; >,*'' ,is abun4aftt'ta South America;"'espe-. !: would be injuriously,I Ii 'ih1J\t. tPHaP"un lais'iti
.t d hood. '8r' that'.the modern'ministermust dally In'. 'lB1'dU.' : i in negotiating Its bonds; d -.uli1.! &. faif6B
they?iafo highly etieemed -
:: ro > ; : f i. plain that It the assessment of '
& &mnny noVren thtdltgeat.lsrseeelt erivjshfe influence' stat OOKI the :and have yielded over ';I.000.j is to be.inoreaavd bonds i>fought upon the bond, to recover the

" _neeytao p&dttti'\ and ;In-? factitious tapper?ef th'e CJjffarcb"bfrom \&; .900to: tn /inventor.-.- .But he hatlf to; above whenever'they jp> sum taken by Z.-Detroit "Savinj

4 Dwlne"pltal and :his inotte superiority'as''a_ man' : apeBfully II85.0CO 1U Eagdoe ie., ;; i. .par. ,theiralneWOlrltij; beLfiicted. '. Bank vs. Ze.gex-and the sureties de-

; among meir Another reason"for 'It fighting,Infringement. .. 4 "- 'JIT._ !, ;.....;;.. 7: ... fended on th'e ground' (hat they were
al j lesMatng of the influence of the elergy' The I not liable for his acts as general telle
is thatf ,dancing Jim 'Crow"a-: top, .. ,;e1-.TtwFsI3tlut;,. ,L .. r.
\lt all, at"thiataomcnt;barfing disease their Intense ootasetvatiopihas provides mnsdTbeasfe-erf 1Y5,000; A ticket tro ..NewYork. The court beiow; decided against the
to Pb 11a
_. III. 1mrJ_... Uvlflgacgulr :.ttlif' lei LI!'lid. 110. tie. to U.ID1'8Dtar.ana the1 oommbti '8., delphia over the, Pennsylvania-Kail_ bank, and the judgment was :'alrrled

fhould "not. *- apialt and In and : Snot w th li to dlethreadsr Is worth fl ;OOO' j Wto:; road waa bought from'''"scalper to the I Baprejce Court'' ofiMJchf a D.

) ", ajrt. here i& chq l\li ,q ypyspaode rn the ;man";who"thm'f"1.; .c' ..'tfhe the holder Was expelled'tiom the, and who reversed the trial court. Judge

), t; .. .D.. apfire end, as lax ,tot: the though'They' tal""shin d. "Brits wJ1'!'nrtt an idea'of Colonel atEluubeth.N:'!., on presenting a:: TSlu: Cooly, In the7 <$UiotTlc'aaId: "We
r I wtf'cau.see. that this chance tenacl3nsly cling to the old dismantled Green, whose agr J wi lztber e not
'He !
: daring sued for t I'
: the war; damn i
-Sleeper :
<< .
s' 'itiedim&"rather greater".than : forts and make tm.WtGf were In want of water. .$e'coilcely Pennsylvania('Railroad: r legally comJf tent (to impose new da

a %rtioare prudent, industri- near.defending They them often whet o a the notion of driving two Inch tube Philadelphia; but? wasTdefeated.Company-He at! field '''i aJt tft6eI"c 'Ui tejit'dfc!e tf

ani <
r.backs. on the social doct'xs who ;e ., and tbe7 reached and then attaching-'a' Drs .' Pennsylvania thetemporary assignment in this case
ttitl ; whp: reversed the
ee../ r making 't..1II.itUonalln- This sks'ple contrivance was patented judgment., Judge goes that tar. Every. .appointment, 1 In
8e. terpretation of a fact for the fact. Ti after Truakey; ;inithe: a bank la
tbe made
whore war, and the tens otthou- opinion, bard with the general course
.: 'fBecaust!
; there i'a'statute
consequence,.,of all this Is that of
-riot t0 rob thoee-40.uY" .. they sands ot farm en who have buiubeaspC; such an,. In
of institution
adopted tale j
s': i
oblige to film
, 'yThs Qi uw 0'hve who live in ,the real world of to da r. alty;a moderate .py a,.roy ffsnae fox anyone bat, an author ize4 what is customarySrill "
; lake place.
: lULLS 1 t The message they deliver may be eetimate'of'whlali is agent to sell a railroad ticket the oonpiny.inBiats >

? adignlty U allpoverty true andftvrfojttg; but ltb often placed at 18,000:000'Tae: spring win. that,' Sleeper had DO'l'.iiht .. Sarcasms.o I .
7- tinged wftfi a glory of the dow shades ;yields an income of 1100. :to bis p i sage'on the
Ittelf entirely] independent of.Btrfef past or ( ticket he bought ..-z,
" saturated with IS TQ ii t1tablagrap! c;"i In New rork '
OtoertTind+ wmicH'Is flrir -' t Impossible l1o ; but. It is not denied It la
: the fatur rta*<4 \ssaVeUtjft3iSare brings in fl66,000 yearly ; the. mark that his ticket win Issued by the well knsjwv thstt constant; euc.
evenfhaditfarssiSjd.: to com
share cession
put in place .of the facts IDa pen for shading diffrrent colors, pany, and ft was of the. sound-waTee excites vlrations' -
of '
; human: \ evidence, or the '
l/hfa lit III ,
Rnt d t in' the
' do life and fxperifafle| and the Book of 1100,000; rabber'sUinpathe[ sanie. .A, holdft's title .to travel'on'tbe :'-.i' of snspensliAAwl

t .Vrestralnt oop-quu, partly* .of the,orIn' ]Jj6l abd"il ..Aellypio ) i-ttx. very large fortune has been reaped!,bye The prc perty to the':'ticket: pus A"VMI.d;by i the>rit Q\J b {

sited a western IDerho.ten delivery. continuance: the, II1 For
t'.w t7 of feeling ,andinsult taste above the Beatitudes or' the YeartJel ,' The 'contract 1madev ) this e 8e. <
's Sermoa on invented a metal live 01'1'erilet' Sletper in buying maZ reason soldiers marched over.
from constant and tha. JCooat." It Is not at the ticket iris
'contact. with'. the strange that 'a 'resilessrprictical atce each end of the mouth 'of ;poit and la New Yolk, and wsi a yard'need coni- ateriiid.ea d.., r .' .cMe k

-: like this should cease to follow exclusively pants pocket; io resist the strain a tract, and it was fully executed. "bidds'bf< moaic are not allow
'"c JIf". Indeed, them'Iost Is There
the to
by carriage of pieces of I play: on them,
men who have ore and' was nothing .
In unlawful
l\\ in all fastidiousiitlvalivesreal some things heavy tools. ; .. or Immoral in BctorXracitly'appointed rfo*; new
ceased 'it it
sympathize ; was a
strength Wit* .Its' tiUI' mere piiroham of thegritSon obll- parish
glee: and ,: .niattng ..itt .man;-"Wel11,
triumph \ ( ;
And toe p ap IJ1 n
iii labUaal" contact withsdgooaan4 oil clergy r taI Thomas thfs
*.! '. < will only' recover: th 0, hpl,er4v a = bon gtpe is a meet healthy and
[ ;evil in their eir'Ioetgrnwhen and I. .. J.I' > {fit beaatiitit ipog3iiid ieopli em
# '' i'Eaked:: 'forms;; they supplement their blameleu .. ti : : "' ', 1. "'; being vai,1a New York, where it tea great _ele, to
a should think
llrwky ... was madewas 'ralld : ; :
c path i..r Nobody> everywhere -
' :11 -- ,,Hood,of London, the thbf M1ii 'iplraUons: was more,. bitterly.?? la a question here It folks hardly ever die here.." 'Tuoa
of than Lord between
men the
1 y satlyipentetwenimtl the aad women as they"&re.-B.' Ellenborough. A ,young: gar'and 'the sir, it's Remrilly the lut

,, r1.tD.a letter to the LonrsrMremark buM. J..v" "" """'O Y. 'fit. lawyer trembling with fear: rose+ ,to and the oolllpD11.'not'between' lit thing they do,-eli.> ere."' -'
:. 4,.'_ .::t. make' hIe first speech and 'scalper and damages for the(
S1 Hit
"Thereve began
: 't'ejection Highness _
Mahartj h'Dhu
I: are *
; -' Lord reversible,
..... .7 unfortunate
l atfur Kaswlslgs sf.Ut .... n -myny leep Singh the
,11. arepRte4 ,. ... lord 'my' Indian prince. has en
bAla.:(nall.tlte'" Mr. Tracy of 't unfortunate'client- BaaWBg-Bsmlttaiies t accused h1a
Tirupuvanam of contestl
:; gives i lord-;! Qo OB, sir,"said Lord JEEUan- by aequat.
been" the the
7 pnsjinL I following Incident A constituency
in'the depositor of Whltby
who against
f ....... JflMionory borough i'.'" far as have was abroad wrote
., :. 1 .'"...:.'o'6antrit ... _' Herald: hitherto. the Court you Is entirely proceeded >> to his bank to remit the balance of his Liberal. member, Mr. Pease, and it, .

t There;i. aa old Brahman pundit you." with I account to him"by draft or in such added that he would have fought tor;

zn.annu.. you think' best the seat in 18T4 had he been quite pn-
t so that I paneL
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Yoc.?$ Corner.ACrailetetasHsue.. I" Morris la much''more of an heiress palled oat a pen and- morocco Table -

_' t than I AIL, ,Heater Morris has a thousand leathtr, piper book from bin veal _Conceits.. on a dinner table. They are in Sevrea

dollar of her own,and 1 haven'ta pocket. I < :* < glass amber or blue la color and are

\V, >hare got a cradle Hxtbebooae. I 'thousand-cent." He knccfced: the frame up at once, Ike Boa Toa enabled in raised designs or"ft lit in

And we Iaaft80me&UqID It; ; "I Joveyoo.; said. Charley, and I rolled no/tbe/ black 'and'agc'' -italned Fashionable dinner tablet are 11 z hied relief.' The shapes are especially novel.

freakkh.Hot b-ggerthaa'aminute.wayward winsome. balm, don't love Heater Morris! There'swhen canvas aod carried it off, as old John by candelabra on either ,aide of the and attractive.

Iris, my little one. And although afterward -emarked, aa careCu.I aa if centre piece or occasionally by a cen For gen tlemeu'a dinner parties menu
AUbouxb no>>ujadem be wemnBa. C can't that tral cluster of brano'1light.. which ca. da painted by hand
bit rings aoft aad brown, deny a thousand it wtra a by wnila Bella, staring at our are. in vogue,

Hlievenr smile and frown we bead dollars would be very acceptable tome her check for 11000, 'could hardly believe mount a pair of vests, all ,aprindnx representing some very realistic part

A*the, wore a crown. ,till 1 do not propose' to sell myself that the whole thing waa, net a !: from the same base.. Usually the fouudslion ,- of the preparations for the entertain .

If o toeptre in bU'Co'hands be- 1aOlc- '. .for. any such sutra of money aa that." dream. it i. a mirror, and the upper ment. Upon one the cook in cap and

But then Us panty Ad so small. Half an hour later old John Archerwaa "But grandfather ia this money a'i the figure of a cstld or mylul! ';ic* tpron ia eosin a ntn -
-He,like royal monarch wields,. electrified 'to feel .Bella's arms I mine to do what I like with it1 subject. the butler has just: drawn the cerk

And we are bomole subjects all. around hla neck, her aoft eheek laid "Of course it is, child." OIa set for wines aLonld indicate b. and so on tneseries' ,For ordinary

And wben his tiny foot be stamps agalnat his stubby beard, and to hear "Thei I'll give it to Charley to payoff shape or color the kind for which the dinner menu cards are upon

The If aught tetchiest caprice gUtlai or banydom wblm displease, her whispering: the mortgage with, and we can be are intended. T jus! a red glu r Is suit, |i tinted bristol board and the newest '"*''

We bring>> .bin,to appease.: t. "Grandfather, he does love me! He married at once." able for white wine green: for vuiou. |I etyle to to have a vignttte on one cor ...

And wben ba wills to close his eye, hag told me ao-and'has asked me to "A woman all over" said he. kinds of Rhine wine wuilf wnite of net, date, and place of entertainment \'l'(

We to on tiptoe throb.t.De boaIe: be hla'wife." "Well,'my lass, do with it Jut what small size blgnlfiefl sherry. Claret occupying the other. Tills Ii oa single .:

Even papa'heaTjr-twbted foot. .I The next morning WM one of those will make yon happiest.11 glasses are larger than por .glow. cards, but those referred to above are ft j jI

Falli softly.a mouse" brilliant August dais when'the leave Charley ,Walters refused to accept while th s* for champagne are thin II. double and ate intended to be laid :;U j

We bare a'despot on the tnrone, aearcely t\\x\ in the golden rain of the the money at first and then he said tile IItell1 rind of wiele brim. I opposite the plate of the ducat. ,j

KeeUnlDf a k1i ler, he would take it Much Some very fasbiouablj people dlspjose |
For..have a cradle In oar boose annahlne, and the purple bills aeem as a loan. amusement ia derived at w ne ,

And we bare aomethlin la It.. outlined like crayon ski 3hea again I "And yyu into the bargain my popular dlnn ra from the ca"' s *
the dazzling blue of the horizon and little> good fairy," said he, with a which indicate the seats of' gue-ts. entirely. 11 fact they are altogether 'i
Len II Zaoqkr _. I smile that was choked Tbl of lei in favor for ftMiive occasions than
John yare endless
4 was sunning himself on a wooden by a sob. variety are one,1 i .
Love enough I Let us not ask far cold; printed they \*ere, prooably because they are
bench in front of the house, when '" expressly to order and con: tin
Wealth breeds =
files las, and pride andtlataoMawMMbAiwdlaaaaysofoioY : so much in req iesn at iu menta.
H1fI.aa.... up trotted party of young equaetrianafrom Relative Longevity' in Various witty allusions or sa'iric'l picture

*.. the-Ovetl'wk House, ten miles Occupations. i The newest are mounted nppon rib- I

F i ,Man cJre.I.gave"" or' ...w- .- ', boil of bright colon aont three b.eb- The Mils and the Knot. 1

"Can we get a glass of milk An eswt.9! which am fringed nut at tar I
and interesting exuiblt The confusion
of the lathe
i rods who dwelt on Adr Olympiad height mortality edgc.. and public mind
red only taf dear Lovi.tad lire's delight. aometlng eat here?"ldemanded| Clare in the different walks of life upon tint eutre of whiVi and reflected most clearly in the writings

I :.;' .Lon-I.etioagb.J Dallas, the forerunner of the partyashe was furnished by the General Regis uutjrial painting in either rxecu'ed upon >taJ of popular authors in regard to

Uenenihl Why should we, care. for sprang from his high mettled grey ter In remit on the death-rste of the itself or upon tinted card. the difference between the mile and

( '} lamer .,, hone. whole of England In 1851. From this Fur a recent farewell bachelor i'!loner $ the knot is astonishing. In the'same

bltlon is a most unpleasant greet; John Archer ahook hla head gravely : it on the eve of a weddln I II&rllc1o
appears that out of every thousand ?.' t> ch the knot and the milt la
Issue us with the '
gioq ors name. cards
nv.iie repeat:1
per&ooa between the ages of expressly to ord r by Tif edly compared
ar.from the happy haunts"of peace and twenty. aa though e) .
reaL flTJ llia not an inn. air," said he. fire and drty.dve. forty died on ana'Y' fang, each one beiiijt reserved tW eoQoaymoua ttrow. It i .very difficult, "t

tt us stay herein this secluded place, "Not, an inn Why, there Ia the Classified according to the special guest as. a memento of the carton In regard to English steamers to.find ;;'j'
ade beautiful by Lov,',enduring sign swinging now" said the coat $3
Love Is enough. grace young most favorable mortality; and Increasing a pirctf': out want speed has really been made.A .

k ." gentlemen pointing with one finger downward, we have the following For b nt1n -lInner. floral decvt uuile and a' knot an by) 'no )iiesna. !
relsenongmi Why should we strive tor up toward the warped and dilapidated tlona '
power tables: assume characteristic shape,*,ida the; ra ne thin. A mile is it.a than 87

brings men only envy and distrust._ board on which wan painted in letters Below Average. Above Average. rabbit hare or game of somekiuo Fes ceut. 01 a knor. Three and one-
i poor man'i homage pleases but an hour nigh washed out the legend .1. 1. Merchants. 7. Miners. appears In emblematic form upon tht bxlf[ ] mil** aru' equal within u' 'very '

ad earthly boson vanish In the dust. Entertainment for Man and Beast." 2. Weavers. 8. Tailors. table. small friction, to three kn ,.?. The

- i grandest live are oftlmes desolate : "Yes" said John, there Is, the ,aign 8. Cobblers. 9. Bakers. Beautiful little baskets are tuot is 608J.66 feet in length. The'
t be now in
me loved and let who will be
.lAve 1i enou,t great to be sore,just as it hung there in my 4. Carpenters. 10. Batcher!. fashion as liquor statute. Each t' >n- statute mile is 53SJ feet. The result of

.... e It eDourb I Why should we ask for son's don't._"days. ,He kept here ,but I I). Blacksmiths. 11. Liquor dealers. tame four bottles while f round the this difference is that the speed iiv

mores 6. Laborers. edges of the basket are twelve )i lie mllt'tS per hour is always considerably .

bat greater guts have gods vouchsafed to "How provoking!" said one of the The mortality of the eleventh class hooks from which depend einnll larger than when stated In knots: and

meat ladies. And now we shall have to is ao great that in good companies square-shaped glassed. Usually ro>u. if a'veraon forseti iki* and :state a
better boos of all
I-'i i oar font harts their that precious love and store love ride on six miles further and lam eo they are only admitted with great ties and stoppers are ot different c"J r, apt-etl doa 1'10' man) knoU when it was

T 4- thirsty." caution and on short endowment or while the little glasses coirespomt- by i' really 150 many inileyhernaybegiving' -

I love may die-new love toj Est as tweet, "No need of that no need of that!" term policies. having handles unlike the boy "-. fi-ort'i verging ,oil the incredible.

1 life la fair,and all toe wood complete: Mariners .)80. are considered poor the glass. When we hear parties sty that such
interrupted the old man. "Iaan't t
rVhen love It I risks .
as 35 per cent, of the death is of 20
'pane uiaklng knots
no inn to be sure, but my grand Coffee ia presented to guests ate '
p.I among them are attributable to acci L..r hour we usually take the '
daughtf Bella dinner
r, will be proud to give, dents. ia the reception-room
upourevolvingiray. a
Bella's Picture. a of Among miners 25: per cent., oient with a v, ry large train of salt
you plans milk and some of her : In thl latent stvir

-- homemade ginger ale, if you will among machinists 15 per cent.,among a little urn is in the centre,from which, ir, :D knot b i.04m11ee. per hoar

alight. Walk painters well-dlggrte, and glaziers 10 the ."reei whio rttverc j fe-r vessels1.have*
in, walk in!I" coffee is to be ,
r He'll never poured and the
marry you, Paw per cent. die in f.8
consequence of casualties. ti.\!'.end .le uououd who
' tome.
John ,Ar.:ner. Little Bella, his He walked on in advance of them The Imported from Minton are provided
callings of brewer ct
typesetter bait a he
| best for
t/ ddanghttr, looked up.with wis and Bella flushed and pretty, broughtout : tinmilth lithographer, and with six eight or twelve cups crt.jug .i" i niiku'gis3iaalmeaeorwsentewhethrt; opportunity '1.".<
milk ; :
her pitcher and
startled eyes. pitcher cf milk and brown stonecutter sugar bowl.
are also in a measure. a ray v c ee'1 has ever 25 miles 'in" S Lk ,
Why not, grandfather I think gingerbread at once. But one of the detrimental to a prolonged duration Upon the same principle 12 o'clock 6) nsnares. What then j;..!
1 almost sure he,likes me." guests, a middle aged we
L_.... _I... _.. .gentleman_ quite of life. breakfast and 4 o'clock tea are served. t.. rib nr a person who' reDOrts that. S Sa
i Arch r had neither mother nor uuiu. wun snmmg UIBC&( cjrtxi Jlke in boudoirs -- ---
upon revolving table. -e of the English
r, and had been in the habit of beads walked straight past the tableto Sets of china are made torpedo boat.
the Elephants. which serve L v\ made as high as 24 or 25 knots?
all her
,sing maiden confidences to chimney piece where a dark either
purpose being
proviced wi it'y four knots are over 27 miles
r grandfitber. canvas hang, enclosed in a cheap toast-rack and muffin thper
frame of Mr. Sanderson the elephant hunter dish fcr use hut, and .twenty-five knots are
)Id John took his pipe oat of hla painted pine. the
sin morning while if intended for upward { 33} miles
Africa baa > an hour
..ugh and watched tbe blue curls of "What's, this?" aid he. "EH captured this season afternoon tea these articles o

smoke EH they floated up into the : Whal'A .thh' ? up to March a total of two hun moved. are re. How'to
dred and Tol from
fifty-one elephants. Two of
And he lifted a pair of gold ,
My girl," fc&Id he, &lr think he does to his and eyeglasses his drivers were very successful, The tables for these sets are in Rusting. >

ieyou. But be is in debt my dear. eyes gazed intently. yielding six'v-ftve and flltj-flve re Queen Anne style and the muffin dish -- '
"ThaU" The
said John Archer r tli'!rdfprecatingly. fits into best ph \ "f. pr-yentiia; ,tools e
spective He
e is terrllly tied down with that old could easily have a round hole beneath the tea
"Oh, that belongs too from rusting i" the simple preparation
rtgage and the notes hla father diedd caught, a hundred more, if he had had tray. Such seta of china comprise r
r little Bella It employed Pmf.
ain't Olmatead
worth much a sufficient the by of YaleColle
left him to pay ofll And Hater number of tame elephants. requisite number of cups, a teapot
to look at I know for the
but she thinks it is All the ;e, preservation of icien
[orria has a clear $1000 of herman o'rn: bj tter wild elephants were caught on a tea-kettle (both in china), cream tlfia
than the blank wall. It apparatn. and which
J was laid the Garrow belong.
Hills Jug milk
I so that it pitcher and
cannot afford to push fort usede may safely sugar bowL By
uj I in the
garret these twenty yean be their ago published for the general good de
concluded when the
I use attendance
so have
when she meets him many a servant
:o aid: she brought it down last dining to have It 1
u" spring. been caught in such a comparatively ia dispensed with. Universally a patented. iaKv
G Grandfather she it will pops made the slow tnoltlncr ietotithmr.of
> says t
;. ,"If I JUIcver small arena. that there la littla._ fear of lar In the \t HnnlAtir.. In EnlPJ.nd '
thought ao, grandfather"jjiiue the. l.n1.11/ ---- -- --..---. six
u 8tove-nlnA--- r-r- ----. extinction they : or, eight .part ot lard to one .of
in India stall events. SM becoming somewhat .
: gin said JQIIU, not without general rosin .
Indly pity in his voice "you don't Where did you get it?" asked the I Although Mr. Sanderson had little or here and in Washington stirring till cool.; This remains \:
aeml-fluld ready ; the
gentleman. Ul'e. ,
the world no time for sport he came across and Novel roan
ow as well as I do. napkin rings are made of
rancidity uud
|:;Bella silently roBe from her seat, and "There was an old fnrrin gentleman killed some good buffaloes (the horns flowers, wired into shape and placed an alr-UghUllm. Bu'. 'el supplying
on a
7. bine died here when my son Jake of one bull measured nine feet six the ,
12 a edged china bowl in herd kept upon aemette. Although they surface ever so thinly protects .
11 and
went out to gather currants for tavern-died of typhoid fever-and he I Inches outside and acroos the forehead, sErve no useful purpose they are urns the ..
preservos polish
and to be alone and think. let a deal of store by it. It was Ills and nineteen and half inches in cite mental. effectually and..,lt \fi
can be wiped off nearly clean .if
,MIf Charley Walters can be aa mer- wife mebbe, or his mother that there I cumference well clear of the skull), The newest ice cream plates are desired, as from a knife Made ever it
ary as that," she thought with the woman with the child in her arms. also acme good specimens of rhinoceroses of Bohemian glass with little handle may be thinned with coal oil or; ben

drops of He had no relations as ever which he says are much easier to
.IS crystal starting to her anyone The shape is something between zine. A writer in brat and Streamaaya
f est "then there ia no truth and boa- hear of. Jake burled him, poor creeter kill than a buffalo. Mr. Sandersontheir oval and a Others that if oxidation
equare. are in has Jo
sty left in all the world." and there wa the end of it. Bat he also killed some tigers two In one china cream-colored no .
ground with gilt matter in how alight a degree it will
lay and stared day. One of these
['Bella!1"Through at that picture to the was what he hith
edges in
shape like a full-ailed go en under a coating it ia therefore
grape ;
last, a muttering his furrln erto has not believed in viz.
lingo.most a ten-
the '
wall of .
green bushes essential that the steel surface be both
likely it was some relation of hIs" foot tiger. It measured ten feet
e gleam of a pair of merry hazeyes inch one I Single: vacea for each gucat bright and dry when filmed over. "'
by the are no
"Not shortest mode and he -
Exactly said ,
the dark
i glittered upon her and the gentleman longer BO J. -
popular as
with a curious fayS could be nade to measure ten were for
smile Heavy Grades.
ext moment Charley Walters was at hovering dinner tables. The more fashionable
feet and
nine inches.
< the corners of his -
lips. It's
ler side. a Madona
style today is a central globe either of At Mauch Chunk the
-one of Carlo Sforya'0. Do -.... elevation of
"I was coming this way on an errand you say deeply cut
crystal or of
Bohemian the
Lehigh 844.4
it Valley Railroad is
belongs to this little "
from mill
the said he "and
so glass which
Papa Castel'a rests upon a polished feet above the tide. The of
classics Mt.
The top,
: uneducated
thought I would last look in. But, ""Yes sir, said Bella coloring and mirror. Some of these ,
globes Pisgau L 1500 feet
manager Is liable to laughable are ) above the .tide.
ella are What for ') casting dow her under ,
you crying ? eyes the dark mounted
mistakes. One of these upon deep crystal trays, thus From the top of Mt. Piagah to the-
"I-I do not know !" faltered lightning of hta.'Fahergove it tome gentlemen
poor providing
a second
for Papa Castel was getting up a mythological receptacle for thflowers. e foot of the Mt. Jefferson plane
Bella, hanging down her head. my playhouse. .
ballet. His stage corner pieces are sold the distance ia fix and two-hlyds
: "But you must tell me! Dear Bella "What will manager; was with
tike the i
you it! globes
either for
explaining the intended a continuous miles and the grade is 45 feet to the i

I your tears fall like d rope of fire on my Bella could hardly believe her ears of the principal ts.blear.x.II arrangement Thi8raised design around the.centre or.. mile from the tcp of Mt. Jefferson to-

f head, for I love you. Bella!" i "I-I don't kuow.sir" she stammer for the ends of the table.
Summit Hill the distance
Is mile
scaffolding in
the one
i '" centre ia .
"Oh Charley !
don't quits knew what it's Mount Olympus where we will,place In suite of the attempt to Introduce and the grade 45 feet to the mile.

"I "have loved you this long time, worth.. Worth ten dollars ?" all the heathen divinities; that to the color into the table cloth, From Summit Hill to Mauch Chunk
dear, he wenton, tenderly pressing "Ten dollar !" cethe
out the gentleman ,- left is Mount Parnassus which we can in the highest circles still given distance Is nine. miles, and the
her hand in his "only I dared not "I'd -
give you a thousand !I" cover with the poets of antiquity on fine white damask, but occasionally I grade is OS feet to this mile.' -
[ ask you to share my uncertain future. ; ,
Bella put her hands resolutely be this, to the right, Mount Pindus the cloths are trimmed with lace u.&
But some day Bella, when I have we An attractive ad.
hind her back. will edging. : : A clerk of an eminently
paid off these debts and have& hometo "Sir that would groups, composed of respectable hoose.'the head of
the Uug you the nine Muses, the three Exquisite desert
Fates and plates
offer you will you come and be its It is not worth so much the three ara the which Is a deacon was instructed to
money. Graces. "No !" said richest Dresden with .
little ?" no china deeptonedcentres
queen The old virtuoso prepare an advertisement and have it
grimly. Papa CasUl. ,
And Bella half half "that will never do; too and open-worked edges. The inserted in the
crying, laugh "Child," said he. "what do papers. He prepared _
ing promised that she would. you unsymmetrical by far; tooIrregular. designs are ao beautiful that !doylies one which read "The
know of art? Is It for : pot scooped
yon to decidewhat Let us have the five
Muses the five are used with them.
"But Raid she, with a demure a Carlo is We hold four acea to the bobtail flush
Sforya Fates
worth? A bottle and the five Graces.
twinkle in her blue eyes, "Heater of ink please" to old John, aa he be a much prettier That" will Very pretty pieces of glass are ,now of any other house in town on firm.

arrangement ia the leading stores for !"odd" pieces tibia cloths.. "



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I : pllulature Ayuauac. PLEASANT PARAGRAPHS. JBONBU1ERS.I (?ARDS. C. PERHAM, of City Point,
b -
f The wind is from the; f & -Mahone wears no vest and no sus- = : -- -- -- -- - takes pleasure in adviiiir the

The.thermometer stands at.68. at 9 a m. penders. This makes him? a frequent T\. GRAY.
New moon 9th at,' 0:39 a. m. readjuster.New Orleans Picayune.It i \ [e and YraGtaMe Growers of Flofia!!

Barometer indicates Fair. ,./
he is i the
Sun rises at 6:58 and sets at 5:13. is said by ,those who know him i following

:t Moon rise,at .2:37 a. m best that a mule's earS are never cold, LaGrange, -. prompt and r oaaibe

4' .THIS PAPER may be found on file at but this is no consolation to a man whose 1I 1\! Wm. Scott. A. Commission Hous.. :

t ; : Geo. Eowell & Go's Newspaper Ad"er- ears are.-Bo Pott. Failiiig \ Titusville ha.SCOTT &. ,\. Heard Bro's. & Co.,

f using Bureau (10 Spruce Street) where -Spain's young king is so mad because SI Dey Street, New York.

.' advertising contracts may be made for it his last baby is a girl that he will only ATIOn YS-A -

r l."EW :YOBS give her four Christian names instead of That is what l'gr d.t Sanford ,:* : \L ill Brother,

'! THE STAB b the OFFICIAL newspaper the usual 125.-Philadelphia Xews. many people are',doin[. Mr. Scott Is now located at ".7 outh Market street, B:>;ton.

for Brevard county. -Literal Mechanic (to plowboy) They don't know juSt whatis 'Real Fstate'L'lw a ift.pectfullyjmlicits couMgnmtnti;' to t

'' Entered at the Poll Office at Titiurille at the matter, but they have them.
"Well, my lad, how much do you earna c. 11. MACRVUER,
Second-dost' Matter. week?" Plowboy-"I
'. LOCAL ITU1S. earns but I know what I gets."-London aches, and each month" they COUNTY STEAMER FROM SA l'.tXX..tll:

=, County Treasurer, H.S. Williams is Fun."It's grow worse. AND NOTARY TROPICAL HOUSE

,. in town to-day. strange that I can't think of his The '
only sure remedy> Indian River TluriOa. -
Rockledge, ,
"k 'The Legislature met at Tallahassee name," said Mrs.Tittletattle. "I had it found is Rockledge, ;
yet BROWN'S 'der Owner.. Proprietor
on Tuesday the 2nd iast just now right on my tongue's end." BITTERS, and this by rapid MIX OR S. JOXES.ATTORNEYAT. ) ,

Mr. 'C. H. Nauman, ofHaulover, "Did you f whispered Fogg; "probablythe and thorough assimilation House w centrally located: at Soti-; -'_

'i "f s called on us this morning.* exercise was too violent for the poor with the blood purifies%nd ,in the far-famed Indian Hivtr rte .

-The Board of County Commissioners thing. No wonder she lost it." Boston
rr I enriches it, and rich strong and po*ej.edall the advantages l-
i r are in session this week.CSpt..A. Transcript. Titusville, .. Health and Pleasure of this
blood, flowinor_ to_ eve._>r\irart tr
1 .-> D. Johnston Sr.was regit -4 1Hotel.,. n -----0 ? .j f "
of the EXGLISH. developed region of South Florida '
system repairs the .
Annals. M.E.
terd at the Lund House Tuesday.
a .. the Board of Co. For the week ending Wednesday, 13. wasted tissues, drives out steamer from Sanford for Lake 'I';
The proceedings.of Public Stale
eo, Notary '
LU2n HOUSE. disease and gives health and ,called Kockledge Landing;three .
Commissioners will appear in our next. Affidavits drawn and all Direct 1t
I' -Doctor Holmes. Bev. Mr. Black, and J F Crosby, Kansas City, Mo.; John strength. to me promptly attended to. carriage riding. with connections '
McLean, sloop Agnes S Twitchell and Office at his r the House made steamers.
Mr. Ferham of Point in town ; ,
City were This is BROWN'SIRON ;i
on Tuesday. E A Gray, LaGrange; H J Tiffin, Montreal TUxmille, A Rates, 2.50 per day.

Canada H n Archibald Wicklow BITTERS will cure !} / $'t. II\rl or Month.
The "Osceola" ; ,
steamer brought .
f kidney and liver diseases
Ireland A J Canova Indian River D.COWIE.
; ,
Salt Lake tremendous ;
i to yesterday a consumption rheumatism COOPERAGE. ,
Minor S Jones St. Lucie A A Stewart ,
,t large-Our shipper Mr.W. B.Moore, City; A D Johnston Orlando; J F P neuralgia intermittent, dyspepsia fevers, malaria &c.} ,Physician and Syrup Barrels$2.25. '

for theeek ending to-day, has shipped !, Johnston, Gainesville ; Chas H Xauniari, Titusvlllc. to order, ten cents extra a'

a' 95 boxes of oranges. Haulover; Andrew Froescher,LaGrange; Mr. Simon C'anchard: a weU- Barrels and Oval Water
M Black known ciiiien of HayesTille.:Meade 11': GRAY.Watch ,
H 8 Black
s-- : ;i City g
'! '"Mr. C. E. Carlin has just launched comty.Kemucly: "My wife Breakers
[' Point; Dr Holmes,Indian River; Peter bad been sick for a long time,and .
iv- the sloop "Ella" and will have her all Maker and
; Fisher,AurantiaJ; Sams,Merritts Island; her constitution was all broken : *: 2.00 : :.
fitted in down and she Up.
I up a day or so.Titusville was unable to work. .
:M 0 Burnham/.Capc; Canaveral; Henry She was advised to use Brown's Iron ALL WORK WAm-\
i is in need of good boot Work orders left with P. E. Tanks
Wilson Hitters,and found it to work like or
Banana River L L Pa. a
; ; Post Uttlco.Titusville or with A.
: and,shoe maker. A splendid opportunity charm. We would not now be with. all kinds ot Cooi'EK WOKK to order.
H H linmgc will receive prompt
Bayle C A Boston it for
; Hastings, ; out any consideration: as we in Titnsville Slonday. t hit
t for one, and plenty of work. John Simmons, C L Stewart, Eau Gallic ; i consider" it the beat tonic in the every T. JII.\SO.\,

." ., Mr. J. MI: Dixon, our postmaster has R A Hardee, J S Stewart, J Q Stewart, I world. DR. H. R. ''WILSOX.Will (?, : : Florida.

,' 4' been spending a week at his mother's, Mickler R Riddle, City Point; George BROWN'S IRON BITTERS -

f. 'i.\ Mrs. Jane Dixon, at City Point. Cleveland, W R Sanders, Thomas Sanders is not a drink and does not continuo the practice of Florida Stale Gazetteerand

t.- t Theweatherie cold. This is the coldest ,Merritts Island. contain whiskey. It is the Titusville and

thus whole ,'.... only of Iron BUSINESS DIRECTORY
,f" W'mtert:1ken far as a we preparation Office at J. M. Dixou's ,

have experienced since '76 and '77. List of Letters, that causes no injurious ef- }!/ the itimti lnine& owl addrntVof .{-
Remaining in the Post-office of Titusville fects. Get the u. iWMTl' D.
genuine. ,
L ae -A little propeller, about twenty feet A.
Brevard County Florida. December 12 the-
Don't be
imposed on with ,
long was brought up on the Marion last 1882- *
it imitations. Visiting Dentist.Iakes .' Professional & Business .
Sunday and hauled over to this place. Foster W. C: Fox J. J. G men -

s; :'ile -We learn that upon affidavit A. Hamilton F. G. Oglesby D. B. ) frequent Lake trips &c. the principal farmers and landowners
Park L. M. and
orango grove plantations -
$ Deisner.'E. Thomas bond to
R gave keep J. M. Dixox Postmaster P. 0. Address, :New ,together with a
a. the peace in Justice's court,before Justice .' '>
: moo Attention Fruit Growers! II. 9TATO1AX. r f .1 ii Cfatt, Town* anti 171ltlJtJ,

y Any parties wishing a supply of the For c. how to reach them and other valatblaInfonuation.
.The Board of County Commissioners famous LeConte Pear trees can get themat a newsy interesting paper, subscribe to ,-

sDy has extended the Collector's Warrant for any time in January next For terms THE WEEKLY FLORIDA UNION, Justice of the important work will be issued) just '

the collecj&on of Taxes, so look out for apply to X. C. Bryan, Published every:TnrusDAr at JACKSONVILLE E Notary Public FLOIUD.' soon as the labor of collecting
'" Florida, by II. B. McCALLUM.
,"Nx,the Collector. Xational8urglcullnstUute. Office at the fompiling the facts can be accou-

volt -Late arrivals at "The Fair," Mac- One of the Surgeons of this old and THE WEEKLY UNION l>11-hell. To the business immu

kensie'a, Bosey cheek Apples, Potatoes, notable Institute will visit Sanford, Fla.. columns Is large veil printed Jonrual of thirty-two m JOII.\SO\ ( this will l>e the mo.t valuable bok" !
January 18, ]SS3, stopping at theSauford politics Democratic,and .
Brazil Nuts, English Walnuts, Finest House. and! outspoken in ltd advocacy of right and I that has yet been published about
Justice. Tho
cream of all tho .
French Confections, Citron, Currant, The object of this visit is to give the the day collected trom every: current portion news of tho of Xotal'Pnbllr, ; Price, 5. to IK>>?old by subscription. -

spices extracts Bay Rum &c. afflicted an opportunity for examination world by telegraph correspondence,Is selected and .
e at or near their homes, thus front the Dully, to till its columns the
saving hope. much care id also taken to make Justice of
The steamer Osceola, Captain J. H" less cases the expense of a trip to Atlan hales fur .tdm.t r/.g:
Smith makes two trips weekly between ta. A careful examination will be made The Agricultural Department Court day first Saturday of '
e with lot k.50.( l'.ige with book $X
and patients learn Edited
Ieltt Sanford and Salt Lake can if their cases are ( by Col.D.REDMOND) LA GRANGE -
arriving at Salt
t curable or can be beucfitted, and whether Profitable and interesting reading. In fact, Ageut3 wanted in every county, to
Lake .on Tuesday and Friday evenings it; will be necessary for them to visit TILE UNION is Just the paper to suit our
b the Institute. lends of Vohisla and Brevard Counties,as u The Capital Mairiap Help m liberal terms will be otfem:1.4bJ:
andreturning leaves Salt Lake Wednesdays short trial of six months willfully demon

xa, and Saturdays at 10 o'clock a. m.We Cases will of be Deformities examined and such Chronic as Club Diseases Six IItmt Months('. Subscript$1M bend price for sample per:jearW copy. )i W. L. PEELER, of & APPLEYARD, Pubs., .

express our thanks to Major A. Joints feet, Diseases of the Hip, Spine and THE DAILY UNIONIs A;:ent fur South P.OX 1042.] Jacksonville, Fla.
Paralysis Piles, Fistula,Catarrh
J. Russell, Secretary of the State Fair <
Female and Private Diseases, and Dis- the same size as the weekly, containing the October 19 25 I ..:: A DE1'\RTCRFS OF lLUL::,.
t Association for a complimentary ticket eases of the Eye Ear, etc. full associated press dispatches,news from all
From Enterprise to Titus\ille.
.t to the Eighth Annual Florida State Fair K5-Come early, as the visit is limited carefully quarters by selected mall,crisp miscellaneous,and ST.. CL.IIKnuM3, R. Enterprise ..MondayWdncaday: an.l
Jf to the time stated. For matter. is Mate Attorney '
at Jacksonville, on February 13 14 15 circulars and sued each morning Sunday exccpted) from
full particulars, addressNATIONAL Hazletines Block(;01', Day and Laura streets.. Seventh Judicial Circuit.. : at' litnsville .Monday Wednesday
and 16 1883' orfl1:1.y at 9 p. m.
Florida. Price
SURGICAL INSTITUTE, (6 montll.00.. months 3.50 per 1 month year $10,110$1,10 St Clair I Abrams & "' Titnsville Tuesday Thnrsduy and
DE 28.
-Galt. C 3t Atlanta I 'at 5 a.m. .
M. O. Burnham of Cape Canaveral ,Ga. Send remittance by Post: OiJIce order or reg '
istered letter to ATTORNEYS & u at' Enterprise Tuesday Thursday
r bsolt called on us Monday, and presented ii. n. MCCALLUM Publisher, \ at U p.m.

e us*with 20 of the finest oranges that H. P. WILKINSON & CO.DE.1L Jacksonville,Fla. May,IsSl tf 1 : give ORLANDO'FLA.Will careful attention | From Daytona to TituavUlt.

rbotfi we' have ever seen. They weighed just nS IX DE BABY and will practice in tho several I e 6 Daytona p. m. Tuesday Thursday' and Satur-
Districtand In time
1 px' 21 pounds and one ounce. Receive ourthanks hassee and C.S-. Court Supremo at Jack:; at at 10 Titusvillo-Thur: day Saturday and
Captain. GENERAL MERCHANDISE.Rncllcd'je MERCHANTS' LINK Titusvillo Tuuriday Saturday anti
The LA GRANGE at 2 p.m.
-John Anderson, our former ;;eS.Or, '
Daytona Wednesday Satnnlay anti
: : : : Florida. DOUBLE
ere when this part of Brevard was attachedto'Volusia 9Carrying DAILY: Always on hand a general at t>u,in..
county, is in town to-day. He Prompt attention to all business en- the U. S. Mail! GOODS. From Tituaville to Eau Gallic.
th i represents ? Titnsville ,Tuesday, and Friday At
the interests of the Plow Brandfertilizer '
to Elegant Side-wheel Steamers. -S'fIUCTI..Y ,
enrwt i of Messrs Walton, 'Whann& Co. them. "\ .m. nt Eau Gallic Tuesday and Friday!
of Wilmington DeL Their advertisement February 1st lyr 40. REGULAR MAIL.UEO. A. Bra d \ Eau Gallic Wednesday and Saturday

will appear in the STAR next week. The .M.BIP.D.Capt.G.J.Mercler.* January 1882 m.Titnsville: Wednesday and Satur
ie7t- Lund House 7 p.m. ,
-For the';finest job printing call at : II.B.PLANT,Capt.J.W, Fitzgerald.

ty. THE STAR Job Office. All work done at -',;- ANITA, Cnpt C.II. Brock. 0. L KEENE Information of Florida. !

M the most reasonable rates. Corner Main Street & Washington Ave.Titusville One of the above-named steamers will leave Millinery, Fancy Dress -
Do ll.try wharf foot of Laura street,daily CT. new matter unto map for 1SSJ.
The steamer Greenwich arrived in : Florida. cent SunJav.at3 p-'n. for l'ALTK.SA.". Notions, Laces Worsteds six .C.
FUUD. L%'rh1rluaE and all intermediate &; cents, to P. Lon ,TaiUhaa3CC tat. Jacksonville a few days with ..- landings. .
ago, a load
... KID G L 0 Drew, Jacksonville, Fla. ,
. of from the p.os.Capt..J.L. .
oranges Duaunett Grove, Pleasant Location, Good Table.SPORTSIIANINVALID1 Amozccn.FUEDEUICK 07 West. Ifciy St.,Cor.
consigned to Messrs. Gibson DE
and Bock- A cosy home fur the R\P.YCapt.Leo. Vogel. JACKSONVILLE
IbjJand well of that place. WELAKA,Captain J.S.Matthcson. : :
AND TOURIST One of tho above-named '
The steamers
STAR for the will
new year will leave Dcliary wharf, ,
present PSailboats foot of Laura street, Florida. .ran .' .
a larger amount of reading matter -,;- dully except Saturday,at 4:::O p. m., and from S -.tits
s", I.
and W.
P Hallway wharf at 5 for tl
p. m.
than any other paper in this portion oft SQ* In attelltJaucc. diate Pulatko.Sanford, Enterprise and all interme AMAZON PAINT
landings." '
the Statje. Subscribe, for A. Deisner Proprietor. We continuo tot
your county Connects at Palatka with Florida Southern act aasolidtorafor
paper and you get value received.We UoUroad. for Gainesville and Ocala n: J. BER 1'F, & patents, caveats, .
NOTICE OF,FINAL PROOF. Connects at Astor with M.Johns and Luke trade-marka, etc. for "
met in our town this week, Mr. Eubtis Railroad for Fort Mason, Yalahu, Lit's. manufacturers of the the United States,and to ottainpat-
H. L. Parker of Fort Laud Ottice at Gainesville, }'la.\ burg and oil points on tho Upper Oc1a wul1.-
Drum, Mr. C. W.Deason ents in Canada, tngland: France,
Dec. 22. 1S$2./ Connects at Voluahi with coaches for Or. and all other countries.TlUrty .
A. Hardee, of Bock- NOTICE is hereby given that the fol and Daytona. AlIXED lx ce. No
ledge, Capt. J. Q.Stewart of Georgiana lowing named settler has filed notice ot road Connects for at Sanford with South Florida Kail- for examination of models or dra-sr-
n Longwood,MaUl&nd, Apoptr. City in all shades and for Idvice by mail free.
and others. his intention to make final proof in sup Altemoato, Orlando, lilsalni ace, and w}tI: ready obtained thronsh na are noticed in
t port of his claim and that said proof will Steamers for Lake Jessup,Salt Lake. and Rock- AMEIHCAS.which had
lodge and IndUu U1 Jut mediate r
er. '
Major Burke, of New OrlelDsrld be made before T. W, Faulkner, clerk Connects at circulation,and is the moat influ
to lI nker circuit court at Miami, Fla.. on Tuesday.. Daytona and New Enterprise with coaches for and grinders ofPure newspaper outs kind published the
.after Senator Jonas' seat in the Smyrna and Titc.ville.
July 20th 18S3 The of each notice
"I for tho
S 4 of SV 4 of Returning Mail steamers leave Enterprise advantages a every
": ,\ Senate. He. has had a remarkable career, Section 15 and lot 2 of Sec 23, Township every morning at 7 and Sanford at ;;30: a, m., understands.
f' 54 South and D a.m. making close White largo and t'pJendidlvillumateJ news-
and is a perfect team engine in breech Range 41 East. connections witu .
He the a F.and W. Railway for all point Sort}). 8publiiJhed'"WEEKL"1' at$3.20 a year,
es." He has made the TimesDemocrat'a names following witnesses to East and West. admitted to be the best paper devoU J
prove bis continuous residence and 43-Tbrongb & Colors In Oil.Office mechanics inventions engineering
rival of York upon bills of Jading given to all points. '
' Xew journalism and a cultivation of said land, via: Andrew The steamers of this line arc all first clans and other departments of industrial
Southern phenomenon. Marriage with a Barr A. C. Richards John Addison, and in every respect. and Factor: published in any: country. Singla '
Charles F. Slebolt of Miami Fla. For further information" by mail, 10 cents. Sold by all news
rich widow is said to have been the foundation apply at General -
L. A. BAKXES, Ticket Office,corner Bay: anti Laura Streets. >"o, 20 I I
of his present fortunes Union. 3Gw5 U. W.a;WATSON: ,Jlanagcr. ,)Iunn & Co.,publishers of Sciec-
Resister Land
Office. C.B,FEXWICK.Gcn.Pass.: Agent. JACKSONVILLE/ t ,261 Broadway,New York.
) about patent: mailed free.


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