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:
February 22, 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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'J.1- A.THE STATE FAIR. Georgia's Anniversary. Floridal--Retrospective and Prospective. also found it effectual in preventing the OUR WASHINGTON LETTER., ;.;:t
11 V Special COiPMponaence ot the STAB.Jicx80JrvttLkFLA.Feb.17,18S3.. &vAmi.wGA.Feb.I2.-The day is destruction of seed corn and seed peas, \ (From our tegular correspondent.! i"
;ll' : beautiful and glorious. The city is crowded It does not tax our memory severely to by putting a small quantity and renew WASHINGTON, D.. C. Feb.1Q 1883., ;;-t
i. ','The State Fair which closed today has with visitors and military and is gaily revert back to the time when Florida was occasionally, of the powder in the bags The Senate committee, on education s.
been largely attended, and the fruit and decorated throughout At six o'clockthe- only known as the natural home of the with the seed.! I purchased the powderof and labor have: begun an enquiry into theerelations )

; 'agricultural displays have been fine, especially bells were rung one hundred and fifty alligator and the Indian. It was popu- Hegeman & Co., for fifty-five cents per of labor !and capital, the cause

those from Columbia and.Levy times, commemorative.of the sesquicentennial larly supposed that these two species of pound (usual price at Drug Store $1.50). of strikes, eta,with the view of prepare i

counties.* f The Fair opened. Tuesday anniversary of the settlement of inhabitants about equally divided the No doubt they will send it by mail for ing and reporting legislation, if any shall ..,,':,,
morning with rather disagreeable weather Georgia., State between them-the one roaming seventy cents per pound." be found necessary for the prevention of
\&_ but the following days were delightful The general line waS formed punctually with bow and arrows through the swamps c... such labor disturbances gas have Ire-

,Among the flower display Mr. Arnold at 10 o'clock a. m., on South Broad and over the plains, while the other wal- Rockledge Items. quenly excited the country during.the; w
: # Peutz, our: florist of this city, was the street, and in the following order from lowed and fattened in its numerous The weather for the past month has past ten years., It is contended by .men .'. '
; .chief exhibitor,he erected near' .the main right to left: bayous and lagoons. been all the most exacting could ask for. of ability in Congress that faulty legislation -.
entrance a lovely pyramid of flowers and L Carriages containing Governor A.H The country of the Seminole was to be I A good rain is sadly needed just is the principal cause of labor troub- ,

grasses, with orange and lemon trees in Stephens, the president of the general religiously avoided, and a friend who :now, as most of us are ready to set les in this country. Among the. 'members .
full bloom at its base. Several other displays committee; General Henry B. Jackson, happened to have Florida land thrust trees. of Congress who have studied the "': .

,. consisting of a large number of the reciter of the ode; Paul Hayne,Esq., upon him was entitled to our sympathy.But Our Orange groves are now in full I relations of- labor and capital; and-the Jl; ;

varieties.of rare floral plants, were upon the Secretary; General Henry C. Wayne presto, change! To-day, in the bloom and the promise of a large crop is benefit that wise legislation might confer, '(it
exhibition. The agricultural exhibit of and Rev. L& K. Axon, D. D., the offici- long list of thirty-eight sovereign States, very flattering. there are a good many who favor the arbi- f. :.

4 .Levy county was a tempting feature tot ating clergyman. not one has attracted toward her onehalfthe Several of our citizens left on the tration plan, which has been introducedin "1f-
visitors to our State consisting of jute,cotton 2. Carriages containing foreign consuls attention of all classes that is bestowed Marion last Tuesday for Jacksonville to the Pennsylvania legislature. This '' J;

corn, oats,all, kinds of vegetables, and agents. upon that State which is truly termed attend the State Fair. plan contemplates the creation, id some, \'
and last but not least an eight months 3. Carriages containing the mayor and the "Land of Flowers." Even the great shape, of boards of arbitration,''whose t ;
old Berkshire which tipped the scales at alderman of the city. lake and surrounding swamps in the Mr. E. B. Blanchard fell from the third duty it would be to undertake the amicable ;

475 pounds. In'Machinery Hall a manufacturing 4. Carriages containing the reverend southern portion, whose mere mentiononce story of S. Ryder's store and strange to settlement of questions of difference t

; firm of Waynesboro, Ga., clergy of the city. seemed a curse to the entire State, say was but slightly injured. It is one arising between capital and labor. 1i
L .j displayed a large and expensive exhibitof 5. Carriages containing the judges of !are now in process of successful reclama- of the marvels that he was not killed During the past severalVeeks since'the "

'. their. work.- Included among other the United States, State and city courts. tion, and will soon blossom forth under outright. tariff has monopolized congressional attention 4
things they had a traction engine, a separator 6.Carriages containing distinguished the hand of cultivation, the richest, most 31r. J. B. Morse left for a month's and rendered news a'' scarps commodity :

and a saw mill. Yesterday morning citizens and guests. productive region on the globe.In cruise in his new boat the "New York"a industrious Washington correspondents '
-'the Jacksonville Light Infantry 7. Carriages containing the executive the completion of this great work, week since. He was accompanied by have made numerous changes ':i]
.were marched and drilled in company, committee. while Hamilton Disston and associateswill Mr.: Jno. S.Carter, of Port Monmouth, I in the Cabinet, but the incumbents persist 11

which; was highly creditable. The Seminary 8. Carriages containing the governor's reap a princely remuneration, they N. J. As the larder was well supplied ; in holding their places, despite this roc
Cadets of Gainesville aroused special staff. must, nevertheless, be considered as bene- and Mr. Carter being an experienced flow of printers ink. WLen 'a "special 4
interest in their fine appearance and 9. The historical pageant. factors of the State for restoring to productive hunter, they will, no doubt have a good dispatch" announcing the retirement of \ 1J(

behavior, under command of Leiut. 10. The military.At industry so large a domain, hith- time.Mrs. one member of the Cabinet, has elicited ... )>
Wagner. 10:30 o'clock the column was put erto worse than worthless. S. 0. Delannoy has finished ship- from an authoritative source a positive :l
Tournament of the Knights,Thurs- Railroad is out in her of G. S. Hardee denial the undaunted
The in motion and took up the line of march enterprise striking ping crop oranges. correspondent has ..4t
day drew a large crowd' along the fenceswho through the principal streets to the thea- every direction over the peninsula, and has a large quantity to ship. H. S. & J. proceeded to write another member,'arid '
patiently waited,to see the flying ter. Occupants of carriages, with other in the short space of'twelve months al- C. Williams average 130 boxes a week. so on until nearly all the President's advisers ;

'steeds.. The first prize of $100 was awarded citizens, entered the theater at 11 a. m. most every township in Florida will be Jos. Paxton is not half done, while Major have in turn, ,been informed< !1'<:
to H. H. Buckman, of this, city; the i' and took seats reserved on the stage and gridironed by the iron rail. Nearly or Magruder has hardly commenced. Thereis through the ,press of their contemplatedt std

second prize to,W. W. Stapler, of Enterprise in the pit (the dress"and family circles quite a dozen of these great enterpriseshave much complaint of oranges going retirement. The Cabinet remains intactand \1'
; and the third to C. A. Dickerson, having already been filled with ladies and their financial centers in this city. through in bad order,while the prices are the indications are that it will 'con-. :

of Madison.In gentlemen not in the procession.) The Nor is Northern capital alone seeking not as satisfactory as last season. tinue so.One .t. .
the department of ladies work, a. opening prayer was then made, and the: investment in that State. The surplus List of...Letters... of the most brilliant marriages ,
great many thought that there was less ode recifed. An address was then deliv-. wealth of both Great Britain and the uncalled for at the Titus that has taken place at the National i-' :'
variety m the display than last year, but ered by his excellency, Governor A. H. continent is seeking employment in Florida ville Remaining P.O.Bishop Capital was that at the residence Ex-Sec. ;
the quality of the work is acknowledgedto Stephens. ; and it is safe to estimate that duringthe retary Blaine on Tuesday morning, the .:
N H 2 Chandler J C .
be far superior. Feather flowers were -- -- next two years fully one hundred bi contracting parties beinir" -Mas. ,
Carter WW McJunkinWDL "" "'
exhibited by Mrs. Dr. linton, of Louisville River and Harbor Bill. millions of foreign capital will find per- Alice Stanwood, the lovely .daughter 01' :'II
Park T M Blethen S B
and Miss Fannie Goodman of Oak WASHDTGTOX, February 13. The allotment manent and profitable investment in that Ex-Secretary Blaine, and CoL.JohnJ. : i
Colby W F Boyd James C '
Bull and fine productions. of$2,150,000 appropriated in the State. We venture to assert that officer '
they were on no Coppinger,a gallant of the United1States :
Capt. T.,W. Lund Jr. won the individ- River and Harbor bill for the MississippiRiver part of this continent can there be foundso Brainard Louis K Jeffreys 31 Army. The ceremony was per- {
Von Stuber
ual prize for the best score of target practice improvement embraces the follow- promising opportunity for safe invest Henry formed in the drawing room of the Elaine 'J;'
which was a gold medaL The target ing: $1,500,000 from the head of the Pas- ment, coupled with munificent returns. Join M. Dixon P. 31. mansion in the presence of distinguished.' f

was at 200 yards range. ses to Cairo, including the harbors of New Tillage of the soil, with its new and multifarious Titusville Fla.-4.Feb.S..12th 1883. gathering including the President,,Secretary 4

Mr. F. P. Knowles, a noted Sculptorof Orleans, Natchez, Memphis, and the rea- products, the purchase and I NOTICE.I Chandler, Secretary&; Mrs. Teller'. :
New York exhibited a life-size bust of ches at Plum Point, Lake Providence, astonishing rise in value of lands, the I am sorry that it has become my duty Genera, Mrs. and the Misses Sherman,.

our alderman, Mr.J. A. Huau. The resemblance the deflection of the waters of the Bed promotion of improvement, etc., are buta :on account of ill health to announce to i Chief Justice Waite Mrs, Waite, Hon. '!f:
is quite perfect. The sewing and Mississippi rivers from the Atchafa- few of the many means of rapidly acquiring the public and friends and patrons of W. 'P. Corcoran and others. Rev.Father I$'

machine contest between the Wheeler & laya River. The following are the prin- wealth in this; wonderful State. Titusville Post-office that I will resign Chappelle performed the .ceremony. :)i
Wilson and Household.sewing machineswas cipal Southern items: Charleston harbor, Products and industries, a few months the postmastership at Titusville on the It is estimated that there'were fully .300 r

exceedingly: interesting. All gradesof $100,000; Savannah harbor,$150,000; Pen- ago unknown, are now developing there, first day of April, 1883,and I request the guests present. ,
material from thin swiss to rubber I sacola harbor, $25,000; Romley Marsh, adding new and unexpected attractions patrons of the post-office to send in sealed The whisky men have about given up. ?t

belting were stitched with lightning rap- I Georgia, $90,000; Savannah River, be- to the already marvelous resources of that votes for electing the postmaster of their the idea of passing their bill this session ;,s
idity. The verdict was for the House- tween Savannah and Augusta, $17,000; : section. As an instance of this, we may choice; the said votes to be deposited in but are relying on an extra session to get .

hold machine, a fact which the Wheeler St. Johns River, Florida, $100,000; Ala- mention cassava, a sort of mammoth the post-office on or before Saturday, the their work in. They do not seem to :remember .
& Wilson does not like. The "Little bama River, $8,000; Altamaha River, sweet potato,which grows sometimes to 24th day of February, 1883, on which "Old Dog Tray." If they do ,\

:World';' as it styled is a bit of mechanism Georgia, $10,000; Chattahoochee River, be over twelve feet long and a foot in day the said votes will be opened publicly they have failed to be, governed accord-f 1.

which attracted great attention. It Georgia$20,000; Coosa River Georgia and diameter.As and the person receiving the greatest ingly. Their lobby, in its anxiety to do 1..:..
consists of automatic figures representing Alabama, $40,000; Flint River, Georgia, a general health resort, Florida number of votes will be recommendedby something, have succeeded well In killing .- ;;

.a,great many different characters all operated James River, Virginia, $50,000, Cape stands unrivaled in this continent. It is I me for appointment. Respectfully, the bill, about the only sensible thing f.
by the'same machinery and mov- Fear River, from the ocean to Wilmington in all respects the Italy of America. To JNO. M. DIXON, the whisky people did was to agree to pa1't:'

ing in the same time. While some of $50,000; Red River, Louisana, inclu the old it is prolonged life; to the invalid! Postmaster, Titusville, Florida. i special attorneys on delivery. .
them are dancing, others will be singing ding its tributaries above Black River, and the young; of him who has yet his' February 15, 1883. 2w. It was cheering to the heart of the pat- .
I- '? ,sawing wood or building houses etc., etc. $50,000; Mobile, $100,000; Cumberland fortune to make, as well as him who has C'.I. riot to witness in the House of Representatives :,-
It is rightly named by the inventor andis River, $23,000; Tombigbee River,$20,000.The his millions to use. Go to FloridaN. To The Public. yesterday the introduction' of a.
C'.1" The undersigned notifies the public
a great curiosity. A few pianos and Mangosteene K Orange Grote. large number of bills for the relief of our ?
that he has a new hack running from Ti-
organs .were exhibited, viz: two Gate "Major A. J. Adams, of Manatee, has +1.1. wounded soldiers ,and their widows and ;: .
tusville to Salt Lake and can accommodate
'City pianos and five Estey organs. A growing in his garden, an East India To Kill Orange Scale Insects. each orphans. It is true the gentlemen who, .%
J. W. F. corresponding with the Flori- passengers desiring to cross
in the musical introduced them knew would '
curiosity department wasa Mangosteene, received from the Commis- they never i
da Dispatch, from Duval county says: way. RespectfullyFeb. .
-beautifully inlaid violin, handsomely be considered'andtlattheirintroduction, y 1
sioner of Agriculture at Washingtonthree
8 1883. N.C. BRYAN.
"I had three trees in which ,
carved. It owned Mr. W. W. my grove entailed the Government
by Keep years ago, which at this time is 4.S'.. only upon the .
editor of.the'Quincy Herald, who valuesit twelve feet in height,and will bear fruit gave me much annoyance from scale. Hotel Arrivals at the Land House cost of printing, but it enabled them to 1
at$500, and it is probably the oldest the coming summer. Major Adams was I tried whale-oil soap and kerosene butter For the week ending Feb. 14th 1883. assure their credulona constituents, ,they t.

violin in the South. < One of the Fansler informed by Mr. Saunders, who has several times, but could not get clear of Joseph S. Penny and wife, Worcester, had obtained two readings for their bills, ,'i-l;
premiums for bread baking, by young charge of the tropical fruits and planta them. I put one tablespoonful of Pyrethrum Mass; J M Stallenwerp and wife, Islip, and but for the delay in committee the :iII
ladies, was awarded to Miss Hattie Wil-i belonging 'to the Agricultual .DePart- Roseum or Persian Insect Powderin Long Island; J Wilson, S B Wilson, New bills have been read a 'third time and 'r
; a pail and poured on the powder about ;..'.
beautiful York H C Culbertson Cincinnati Mrs .
kinscmjOfBAcUedgejOn your, ment that it was doubtful whether the ; ; passed.There ""ilf'
DYer. .The Fansler attracting two gallons of boiling water, stirred it Stevens Miss Stevens Mr. Watterman is entire lull in affairsr ;
.. premiums. are Mango teene would succeed in Florida, an social .
"' a great deal of attention, and a list of. as it had been a failure in the West In- minutes Mrs Watterman, H A Munger, Addison this week, and the people of aQ creeds ,

.i the winners: of them will appear in the dies, and throve only in the Moluccas Moffat, Detroit, Mich; Jno W Curtis, are willing to observe Lent to that extent : f
n..l aion., Islands and in the vicinity of Singapore.We 105, then I syringed those trees with it. Brockton, Mass ; E S Wiley and wife, until they have somewhat! recuperated .
The Press I.Association of this State congratulate the Major upon having I made three applications, each two days Valdosta, 08; C C Beasley, Lake Mait- from the fatigue of the dosing days of !R'
held their annual meeting at the Everett raised the first mangosteene in the United apart, and am free from scale; the hot land, Fla ; James M Wilcox, Philadelphia the season. The uptown churches _are .;; .
A,, parlors! ton last Thursday. Addresses States.-Gulf Coast Progress. water will not hurt the trees nor foliage. Pa; J A McMillan,Eau Gallie,Fla; crowded at the afternoon services, and ,

.were.: delivered by Mr. C. H.Jones, of The Agriculturist says: With one tablespoonful in five gallons of A C Martin, Sanford, Fla. the early morning services are attended
8- *, ,this ,city and. Mr. G. R. Fairbanks ofFernandina. This is'considered the finest fruit in cold water I cleared a cabbage patch in C .1'" by unusual numbers. After this week -
five minutes of worms. I have The staff of Governor Stevens,of Geor- '
The next meeting of this the world,and would be a great acquisition green visiting will be resumed, to a,certain extent .y
suffered, as all do,who sow seeds in frames gia have visited Jacksonville.Hon. .
Association will be at Sanford. and ladies with lists '
.probably to Florida if it could be made to long calling on
: under glass, from ants destroying the seed. .S. L. Niblack, one of the oldest
w B. their hands will have to
an opportunity
it its
fruit here but for true
; we ;f
-JIo< Ct.I" The powder, either dry or dissolved, settlers of Lake City, died at his home their social debts. The few busy
habitat is small in and when pay '
r'. :The Carnal Bill Passed. very range, sprinkled on the surface of the ground, near that place, last Thursday morning, weeks of this season were wholly .inadequate '::
elsewhere it will but not fruit.
'Y \t 'I'a..T.urv: E, February 13. The Ship grow will drive them away. I was annoyedvery the 15th inst. official families
the task and in
This has been the with it in the bland ,
'ti 'Cttal_biH, which was the onlmatter of case 13th inst.
much by rabbits eating off the ten- On the a colored man named
.. the number of calls 'unprecedented. ,
? "' Der .interest, came up in ,the Senate of Jamaica, where it was introduced were .
der of Soon after the Thomas Anderson, who was working on
'- teinhe', aftemo n. A motion, was tops my peas. peal 'Avecsr.4i .
BW many years ago.Nervousness .' two of the dissolve a new residence, at Mandarin fell from .'
sprinklings a
;' to pot it back on the second read- If -. 1n&"', was' lost, and the bill was peevishness and fretting, powder, in cold water,completely stopped scaffold and was killed. When you feel'out of sorts, '''have the '

tif::, 'IJU'CIII.tiPBPand 17 to),.';;Only two Senators passed spoke by a vote Delano of- so often connected with overworked females them. A little of the dry powder sprinkled Mr. A. Huntington, of Mandarin has, blues, melancholly, etc.; it mast be indigestion -
.' 'lives relieved Brown's in closets or where rats and roaches sold his that ails zown'. Iron
, .,. and Baker,and those against the bilL ,is rapidly by orange grove to an English gentleman you.
a;, ;. .( ,There wu no debate.-Tme+Uwn. Iron Bitters.. are, will kill or drive them away. I have by the name of A. B. Warde. Bitters cures it. ,
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}1j'fu III M4'e.IIr4geo.Ml' D., While the pine (a sin- insects and aromatic; the Black Birch than other cement. Hoffman's purple and Paris\

\Pft; :r""iirieneetealepaersss.Yl.pWai "e species) gives'' character to about or Mountain ifahoffaf and Wild any the ouster detecting free mineral ados'Ja.
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.. ,114 found in North Carolina, with possibly taking a very dilute, while organic. !
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w' : .t.tilt..JlBMMMr tiMpcra blots several species (the moat valuable, must impart to the forests of this devised to mitigate Its Intensity. effective in destroying Insoda'"
: ": 1apa _laeae; eart atmnlng rays State, and what a vast mine of wealth '..
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T. r.N.edryaspr red I tcrtptlon 01 A'.-C
purposes and for export in the form '
\ as not to interfere with
FAi'iI..k.-: of the Intractable the
more explosives
"-f I power .
--1N8da'---wuaa. rasax of staves and ship timber. The shipyards } \ '
.: *bMr which I will soon be made simply motive ration of the plant.
.t-7J''f y V14obs aiT;)I ru..a: of Liverpool are already seeking Egypt's Famous Queen.
: force-at least of
iadtaditiYotaaiailealor themj2dgtngfrom .
c* Il1'L their material In the forests of R
:,j,.. ";Itrd..airoe.ueanm a. some of Herr Beck's experiments.
of Greek
:; '.. middle North Carolina. Cleopatra was extraction, !
.t '
: : .wUb .aaasaV iid gtafiMni The
being the daughter Ptolemy Anletes, Retort Cot
Several other species of oak are also
.{ ,' ;
& ; riT""'llwltasorlrNeatrawe6tbaetlmeoussndit > eysanet.' "Uae tide: of wide and varied use, chiefly the eleventh In the line of the Greekikinga Metallic iridium la very hard. I ,t'J.-'

; .Tlib waaadd aeons betide: Bed Oak (Q. rubra), Black Oak (Q. of Egypt, of whom Ptolemy Sotor.oneof easily cuts or marks steel. It can be One of the most unique] .

c ;!f 7ttaasatb. +foe gWut U In Tain; tinctoria), and Willow Oak (Q. phd- the principal generals of Alexander cut bv a copper disk revolving at the courting crisis on record<.
'' '
':}Y; :!j' "'V':.:.,AM..ery--tweatrartntastold.of tai that broad.plain las),.which are abundant throughoutthe the Great, was the first She was Very high velocity, It the surfaces in at a London dinner party.: Hal

;:O rgaa, ..attaoopasbow.&ai middle and western district, and born 69 B.C. At the age of seventeen, i contact are treated with corundum long' made love to her, and i"

,re:{ .' -.1Ia" 1.1aJow, often grow to a very great size. LiveOak by; the death of her father, she, with and ell and the iridium sheets are the table he learned from a frisk. i

,oJ"' "w..oratrtagosr: ; (Q. virena) ia found only In the her younger brother, whose wife she very thin. ting next to him that his rival 1

Tvteaw/aM whip th*baochty foe, seaboard region, whose value in ship was to become, became an heir to the The Scientific American condemns ed to "pop the question" that 2

.f--.***.I.t. allAls gunL building is well known. | throne. But a few years later, having day. What was to be done?
.'I\.i.. :......... omiadej,'vfaer*an they been deprived of her the use of camp stools and chain by
royal authority| some distance from her 1rhn
r I m*ivo*out fey ow atd*t Hickory. Of this tree there are nine undertakers who take these seats from ,
by; her brother and guardians, ahe dreaded rival was at heralds. ,1
9 ( *J.nJoialb.fIa7. species in North America, and seven house to house, thus disseminating
tSH t:"r .'. ']tar oa t :Tietaey iia.t'a '' of them are found in this State and withdrew into Syria, where she met ing a leaf from note-book asli
.... .. ';"1i--v' disease. The carryinsc around of iceboxes .
: :10-. ... I' lttow wbb CllJUrUal4"701Ia1DC, three species in aU pate of it, and in Cesar, whom she fascinated with her. ia deprecated foi the same rea on it with pencil, "Will,yod I
: Of bstU egght and won, abundance, and often of great aise. many and brilliant charms while she ,I wife? Write your answer, yes'-

!Ie tl':' .Obbsat.atadaom."Orwfeattab .. >oam'rybring. But little use has hitherto been made aroused his sympathy for her cause eon.Dr. on this paper and return it'tei

f'.., ;* '__CII,snag Oaetee'g tip pUu&& eIaarIe of this tree, except as fuel and for The conqueror, having established Quwneville stated before the This he sent by a waiter, sayiov..*

-And its Uoopn brave, .wagons and handles; but being one her upon the throne, returned to ,I Societo d'Hygiene that he had pre the lady in blue. at the end'of:tail

WM.YeD w tvnn plain sad gorge of the most dense, rigid, heavy and Borne, where he was soon afterward 1 served water potable for more than ble. Be very- careful. Totosi+ .1:

'.W...... ... La: gray! I iron-likeofourwoods, it has recently Joined by his royal and attractive paramour i three years by adding to it half a was careful enough, but tIie"forgot ij.-"

,# v. : come into great demand, and many with whom he openly resided grain of salicylic acid for each quart. to give him the pencil

.Thi'Woods :of'North Carolinto a. I large handle and spok& tactori have Upcn C w'. assasination she returned It ia recommended for use in expeditions lady to use. She didn't have a '

:.-.. -.:. -- ---' been erected within a few years, I to Egypt, but the chit war follow In warm climates. I cil, but she coolly put the note ts

oJ -BY S-P1I/J"/. W. C. whose products are shipped by mil- ing she espoused the cause of Anto Japan la keeping fully abreast of I II bosom and answered to the"-,

It still ... Teen from the United I lions to Europe, California, Australia ny. Antony returned with Cleopatra Western nations in the introduction I I "Tell the gentleman yes," wlN

'States Census'tables. for 1870, that ofc : and all mining countries especially.Theforeetatfr'orthCarollnawill and lived in the Qieeu's palace in of new inventions. One of the little betrayal of excitement self.

tta i 60,000_ square .miles' of territory, : : supply wanton voluptuousness. She witnessed latest signs of this spirit of enterprisela were accepting an Invitation:
a .. .. :49/000 ,are--- _.atill covered with fo rem. : this world-wide demand for many disastrous defeat of her favoritein the extensive use of the electric game of croquet.

.Tb range,and?:variety of prevalentand yam'a the celebrated sea-battle of Acts am, light in several of the Government establishments

'characteristic species of growth, Walnut exists in two species, one barely escaped in her ship to at Yokohama. .

the common Black Walnut (Juglans Alexandria. Here Antony soon !
being course proportioned to. those According to an Antwerp pharmaceutical
after Why Kerosene
alga) throughout the Sate but joined her where, overwhelmedby Lamps Bust
.f the climate and soil, are very great. most | Journal, the beet to
his way remove
'i ,Then are in fact three well marked abundantly in the middle district. It defeat and hard pressed by his ink snots ia to $
I is a most valuable wood successful rival, he took his own life use a phosphate Girls, as well as boys.need te ui.
,said, broad>y,distinguished forest regions being very | of sod, first of all spreading a few
''' I When Augustus entered the stand about kerosene explosions
compact durable free from city l'
corresponding to and attacks of
,. ; dependentupon' drops of melted suet
the three geographical aub-di- insects, of a very fine dark brown Cleopatra endeavored to use the same and then spot, great many fatal accidents ...4
washing the
: oolorand capable of a high polish. It magical influence over him which substance in from trying to pour kerosene' i
Tisiens Eastern
: and W_ the saline solution until
had formerly enslaved spot dis the fire to make It kindle
the !
'em:. And;while the first section is is the moat popular and universally great Julius appears. a

'ehiia ised oy a growth common in used cabinet wood in the United and Antony, but It was of UP ova!!. by pouring oil into a lamp;, .J ?

its prominent features to that in the States, but Ia so common In the middle Augustus announced his determlna- Near Tablana, Italy, the remains of it is lighted. ,Most persons*.,.
that she should his a fossil elephant have that it ia the kerosene Itself whlssi
calf States, as the long leaf pine, and western sections of this State grace triumphant been found.

i .ijpissa, etCM the western or mountain that large farms are fenced with it. entry Into Roma Bather than suffer Its tusks measure 3.2 metres in length plod<
4: section nun tains many spedes famllJar The Chettnut (Casteanea vesca) ia such a disgrace, she chose death by and 0.28 metres where they are nar to keep the oil itself from aa)

r J in'the White Mountains'and in New one of our largest forest trees, sometimes applying: an asp to her bosom. Dyingat rowest. The find has caused quite a touched by the fire ot the light

Y rL, ..Ai-uc'the most distinctive, ten feet In diameter and eighty the age of thlrtvnine she left l sensation, and there will likely be a will be no danger j.

abundant'and valuable apedea are the to ninety feet high found mostly *nd three sons by Antony and ODe by careful excavation made when the But this is not so. It a can'sj
abundantly in the Piedmont C+e tmr. In addition to the natural winter Is over. is of
s*. Pines.. Oaks, Hickories, Cypress and and lamp left about half full si

aDJ... mountain regions of the State, whereIt charms which Cleopatra inherited, Papers read before the Academy of sene oil the oil will dry up-tbsft

+ : .' ;Jfjieaare'the predominant growth la much esteemed and used for she had considerable abilities and Sciences, Paris go to show that the ""evaporate" little and will *,

t of, the- eastern section. There are eight fencing on account of ire great star .i for a woman of that period, possessed leveral'electrical systems of Jabloch- by mingling with the air in the ifa

Mi. species- in the- State the most important billty and .facility of working. It unusual literary accomplishments, koftJaanlaandDebrnnarenawmur part, a very explosive gas. 'Toil.

4 _being the Zonfirfeo/ (Plans anstra1k also valued for Its abundant crop 11 being able to convene In seven on a level from an economical point of not see this any more than yds].

: ,:' );the. TesToa (Plan mitts), and the fruit, which with the acorns of the l ent languages. view. The data from which the re- see the air. But U It Is disturbs I

;' WMfe (Pins mob...) The 'longleaf. oaks, II the principal dependence 'I .. .. suite were obtained had been collected driven out, and a blaze reacts

pine II found only in, the eastern or I1 hog-riileen of the mountain ooanti a' during the late exhibition of electric there will be a terrible explosiosv fly.

y* Ill VJMt legion: the yellow pine I Poplar (Liriodendron tullpifera) is Thought Etchings. ity In the French capital. though the biazs did not touobj;

x abounds :throughout then State; the one of the largest and handsomest of The grief that swell- Mr. oil. There are several other,Uej
the Rontiedge
Christian's held
.: white pins M ,limited to the higherBwontaln our forest trees, and occurs In all parts heart the bud of a new beauty bunting rifle meeting that the lately at a scien used In homes and workshops tt1M
,regions.ThejMvteaS of the State, attaining its greatest size Into a)wer.Gril.Heaven'IJoys probably the one which paper was will produce an explosive vapsi IJ!
.' Pi** is the predomi. | in! the mountains. It ia much used turned to immediate i-1 this way. Bensine one j =

cant growth of lcthe eastern section of for building and other domestic purposes are the compensation use more waste products than flxid another ; and ,:
the Baits : of earth's sorrows. The finished any other. In it was utilized cotton,
occupies almost exdn-1 ; as a substitute for pine, combining flix ether, or chloroform may do the_
ih stvelyJa broad belt temple there tithe justification of the hemp and Jute waste, and old
y quite across the lightness and facility of working thing. If the lamp is kept felt
Btsts, sad extending from near the with rigidity and durability. foundations laid here In darkness ropes canvas rags. In fact, thepaper with pure oil. there ia no danger 1

., ;; coast. Dora than hundred miles into Cyprew (Tazodlum distichum) and In a mortar mixed with tears.- manufacturer could turn to explosion. \.ii

j. .....interior covering a territory. of abounds in the swamp and lowlands Grit.A. profitable purpose any vegetable fibre. ..,.;
*,, aeariy U.OOO:1Q1IU8 miles.' tree grows out of the air as muchas A Provisional "'
: This IMme of the east, forming the almost exdn- Committee, the Pre.- T'j
; 1 of,the soost valuable of all trees BITe growth of several thousand out of the ground. A chantgroweoatottheimpalpableattoffat ter ident of which L Dd. Charles Boyer Amcrll
square ,
James and
' Payn
on account of the th has been an
p- number anellmport. miles of formed for
It .
territory. grows to a great organizing an *
.1.. at the as much. out of the material Editor. 5r
uses it subserves. It isshipped size, the wood Is very light, durable necessities Internationa 1 exhibition of appliances .:-

*) In ,the form of lumber for 'and much used for the manafactparts are of life. The noble character is to Insure the safety of railway paces James P ,vn's stories are as tYr

civil and naval architecture to all of shingles, which ara exported In born of faith and worship,and a faithful galL It la Intended that the display read and appreciated AmetiaAMihome
";; of ths world and is discharge of the duties that grow of the various
unequalled for immense numbers to all the Northern devices will take place and are .translated into si
these ,purposes,, .on account of I Ia Its Atlantic ports It la also used for out of the material side of being. For some time this year in the Palais de dozen languages. We remembaGl 1IJ A

strength sad durability. It furnishesthe building and for character man needs the teachings of I'Indnatrie Paris. It deed but -
purposes, staves and ought to do one set of storief whicai
7 F SMissI dons ,of commerce, knownin telegraph poles water vessels, &0- religion as .en.. the teachings of mush good to inventors and the pub not appradated in America; a&4 "
fi J :. all parts of the world; the forests of Juniper White sdence.-Grit. lic.
,or Cedar (Capr.asusthyoides they were good-too good,'pars'..
)i this- State.furniahing twice as much ), is found in the same region, A blade of grass has little or no Belt manufacturers may find it of For years Mr. Payn maintained a 1-

.as allure other States together. Fromthe though not so abundant, and is used attractiveness In and of itself But Interest to know that the vote and pleuantcom.pODd

;; rosin of this tree is made the rosin for the same purpose as the cypress, put in a bouquet, It gives beauty to of I[. Jenatzy, of Brussels experiments, disdose an American editor, to whoae'a
cU of commerce, sad this substance and catches beauty from the flowers.So that
especially for shingles and cooper under uniform loads caoutchouc ins he was a regular eontributbe;

c 4 :: r ,also. supplies the Southern.towns with work, for which It Is even preferredto it is that many a li.'e, homely and takes increasing elongations, until it this correspondent he n&aU..4' i

the latter. unattractive In Isolation, becomes becomes quite twice as beat atoriee of his club and eta*..1IIIrI
long as it ;
s.S- >ii r Bo.jPiM: furnishes beautiful In was
SJQ im Besides these the society, and lights originally _
are Maple up and
(6 aperies that then the ,we know,are gentlemen's:ssiI >
4.- P irtint ..n..l&Imber in all parts of ), (Birch species), Beech, sedal Intercourse with charm. The bona decrease until rupture elonga. I When we say "gentlemen's"we il!
ens ..
,the Btate.As (4 spedes Poplar (3 species), Elm hand of coast, often exchanges The weight necessary; to 1 all the word implies, and could ail
mU.IM is confined' to the (3 species), Mulberry, Sassafras, Goal gifts, and Imparts an equalizingu the length la three times that no less in speaking of Mr. Payn. i.gentiemen's -

4 pan and plateau of the MountainSAdfiednont (4 epodes), Dogwood, Persimmon I wealtn.-0rtt. which the length baa become under ,'stories are not;,JIIIII
"' regions, being found in Holly, Locust (2 spedes), Sycamore ltt I An automatic stories. Picture, then, our sasl

q. .nDM1D t in Rome counties,and Linn (Linden or Lime 8 aped a)I. It was a cold day for that Judge who that is designed to electric mechanism, horror when the Information vat i.
dpeai sis, three feet and more in dlaaMter Buckeye (5 spedes Wild announce the '
). Cherry, threatened to fine a party10 foroonghlnt preach of railroad -ap day delicately conveyed :
: and one hundred to one hundred Bed Cedar trains, 'has toM
White Cedar, JrhpoUaTapeale in eoart'when th.' disturbing tried on what Is been through the proprietor* of
and' fifty test Ugh.' ( ), Willow (4 sped), and' element Informed bJ 'himor that Mediterranean called the ParuvLyon aID e that "their editor wale woM-r

a 4, ,The .other ,spades .are less widely others, of various uses ia domestic he would be willing to pay twice thatlUlU box filled with Lana It pjtaa of a The long-auIIertng lady oould'srssider '
distributed and less valuable, except economy, many of them valued s' lDeI'Cu17ip't ci4 more
) to have it stopped. the rail at the required distance from no the authorities., and made her shy sppa1 .



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.M, ; .tt J"f':: t'. ---!... ,. ., q ; war, Household Kconarny. my terlt. The ,conductor Johnny's. Seven lI1Dute J|
...:Y.'tI: > Leo |
; 'A >--s. ;;< .'.; ..
>:I.<: "'" y.- ":." ;.Mj I >(fr __ *1 :. ':l. : k ., shook his off*TV MW masta relapsed '
,. .. <".1)"' .-,: ;; W" tore do Patience. }
& "
."'<"} }, ...:_:,;... ..-I 1T.,,""1"0':...71..$.>" "How: It got there I:do note know; ''Bsscsv err' : Wmr.a"o;.-'Aftet into profound;melaaeholy.S, ,"I .

;;r ""' ''- '. ",, lbs that I had fad it was enough breuikf itstirIntothe hominy that. say conductor,"said he,'after a'-Iong :

J'.r"W'' .. .,, .t..;:'..'.;.. .."".'U...,.,..... .for me,'and.if,L:had not gone on my left'one'teaspoonful of butter and'a" pause "I've got a note coming due in brother Johnny Willie was seven almost yean five.old Jchnny and his; a#?'!

.t'l!;' .. ; '"'" -trff" knees again to give thank;for such a little it. Set it aside. The next morning three- months. Can't you fix it so aa took his !
... itiaio.iieNMwre! stand on a stool, with the) :(v
',, d ltft nc..I.ahoa1d. be> ashamed to to rattle along a little?" ."If '
thin with milk and add two eggs, ;you ''"
taesser \ .
fi't "' er fbrteiit.tetedrst: yN ew1Dc-m hlft.1D front!of>> bun'.for a }
g.' nJf'Y.., JN.: } tell you the story now beaten welL Stir in floor 'enough to come near me again. I'll knock yon pulpit and with Willie sitting, In:'a.

Ty 1 1-QcIM; gta0ie.1 "I brought the .letter to my em- make the right consistency; and bake down," snorted the conductor saw' huge chair on the- other side.of; the> fIti1..

p fp i nail:fancy...... ., pfryer. It proved my Innocence, and In waffle irons.BBKAKFAST. agely. The nervous man regarded room for his congregation. it?;

.;: "".; _--.._....---__ .. he .apologized. A month afterwardthe Ktrl-mL-Fora small him sadly and went to his seat Two When all was ready and Willie had .. '
ffi .lta &" .
..'; _;. IIIUSM4....OIUk ...'aII.-.1, :gold piece was found In Mr. family use one pint of milk, three hours later the conductor saw him got through fussing with the rag oa

t'Y'i iit .eaF':...! .' sat'" FiD I's overcoat pocket. He had gills of wheat flour, three eggs and chattering gaily and laughing heart- his sore finger, Johnny began JaJa'... H.'iY
qyW flash o&bIn-l4 bOIrow .1 .
"-, : It in the cash drawer at all ily with a brother victim, and approached '
t V_WldA '1.: :' 'l:ALiO VP IM-t, i though he thought he had.-He raised add the milk, and, lastly,' stir him. "Don't feel so badly "I will makA a few brief. }

X, ,f 'Ji; :..etoreeergoaef my salary on the spot to pay for his : in the flmr. Bake in rings or small about jour wife's death?" "Time on-to abort text-Be .ftII'.v'V.
a patient Firstly ;r
I heats all wounds :,
; Cue tier br gone ftlrnt-r.' unjust suspicions; and I have never pass and in quick oven. They are sighed the nervousman. i be to '

.',.1.......... __......n. r--.._. yet repented of trusting the Lord in' very light. "And you are not so particular ; pa'lant everybody., .
Ft j snmor7wiil forget 1De..". my trouble.-Young Reaper. about the note," sneered the ,con- "Must I let all what's bigger'n me- ..

?'). -i::; Tbo.ghRbafirovu_ ... Owta To RAISE THE PILE OF VELVET ductor. "Not uow. That's all right. push me'round jest'a tney's mind to?" .
!Oil .- Put on a table two pieces of wood
? ; "It Isn't "
Don't worry. I've been figuring proper to talk in meeting,
> "OalyllvtXL&atM."You've ,
: between them bottom side
r.ForOarYoutb.. and I find that the note has been outlawed replI Johnny, "because it :disturbs ,. .:
-.... been stopping the three very hot flat-irons ; over them .
1, way, since I spoke to you last I" tne services. But papa, and Ift..lftlft... '1 1
Tom," said a poor widow to her eon, lay a wet cloth ; hold the velvet over are .
D. of.C .UIfU. bigger than you; and they don't
> > ate as he gave her the article that he had the clotn with the wrong side down; Clips. push .i
you,around either. They-only, !
,A good'naay.years ago a merchant been sent for. "Why don't you come when thoroughly steamed, brush the put yoU cut where' yon don't ,

... ..}* 'Id'from his:. r..wer""old straight, home when you know my I pile with a light whip and the velvet Old Sir Jane:es Herring was remon- to. And Maggie-fine's bigger belong'I than '

",;. eaglet; which'to worth twenty dollars. : time to so precious 1"I I will look as good aa new. tarted with for not rising earlier. "I youandlhe.thave al little towhead .!11;

.Ifo one had been to the drawer it was I "I did so, mother until I got to Mr. VELVET CBEA.M.: -Two can make up my mind to do it," he between her and the, bread-board. .";IJt.,

.' proved, except a young clerk whose Giektll'.," ha replied, "and then I tins of gelatine dissolved bLblespooc-1 aid, "but cannot make up my body." when she's mixing bread,and between or--
The merchant
same .u'Wstbn. stayed to have a look through the tumbler of water; one pint of rich Gentleman (calling the house of her and tie kettle when she's frying +
W\lezlt' him there_to make change window for only five minutes." a friend) "Is mis'reaa in?" ;.
cream; four tablespoonfuls of sugar; : your doughnuts, and between her and-". 4
fer'a customer, and the next time the "Only five minutes," repeated the. "She is Gentlemen *
flavor with vanilla extract or rose Mary: snr. : '::1 ain't a tow-head," 'chimed In ,,;4

4I&"er-.9 opened the gold eagle had widow, "means a great deal when you water. Put in molds and *et on the "Is she engaged?" "Faith, she's Willie. "My hair's just aa black_> aa--. ,;s

.: disappeared.JUtarally.' come to reckon them all up." ice. This to a delicious dessert and more than that-she's married." u-" ." ."%

', : Weston was suspected of Tom Price looked at his mother as can be made in a few minutes. It "Is it injurious: to eat before going "As flax," suggested Johnny. -

having'stolAU:it, and,mere especially if he had not understood her. may be served with or without cream. to sleep?" asks a correspondent Why Yea, sir ee, jest .aa black .. flax," t.

.:: ;ath. appeared a few days after the Just reach down your slate," said RENOVATING FUR -Take a large no; net fatally Injurious, but you just repeated Willie in a tone of triumph ':I'
; -eecarteaoi in;' new suit of clothes. the widow, "and then you will see "And .
a, after to then, continued ,
tin pan ; put a pint of wheat flour in try you go sleep, if'you Johnny; ,
: 'Being asked where he had bought the I what I mean." want to circus. there's me that's bigger than .
it ; put the cloak in it; rub it thor- see a )011.
he the of the tailor Tom had his slate on his knee in '
clothe, gave name But I don't push aroundthough."
oiigoly with the hands until the flour 'What are eggs this moraine ?" you ,
; without hesitation. ,and the merchant twinkling. "Well, mother, what am I "Preachers t ught .to tell the, truf"
",. looks dark ; then if the fur to not "Eggs, of course," says he humor 'oJ
going privately to make irqulrie, dlsT to put down?" exclalmed Willie with a sharp look M "
white enough, rub it again with more 0D. y. "Well," adds the customer,
overedtuat' Weston had paid for the "Well begin with five and tell me the ,.
; clean flour; then rub it with pulverized "I am glad of It, for the last I boughtof speaker. ..'h
ut with, a twenty. dollar gold piece. how many minutes you waste in aTom chalk. This gives it a pearly you were chickens." "Well!-let's leave that point and i

? That afternoon the young clerk was dy..rr pass on to the next. .:
white look. It to also good to clean ,
Of all the sad experience in this
f exiled into ''the merchant' private wrote the figures, scratched "
knit nubias. "Secondly : Be patient everywhere.: k
world deliver from that
us of stepping <
with his head and looked Into the fire.
room, and charged having com- "When
+ --thet.heft. "Would too ?" !SCALLOPED POTATOES make a nice on the edge of a coal scuttle which I burn my fingers mustn't I '}f.
'milted thirty be many holler '
dish for tea. Prepare in this lies in wait at the foot of the back ? exclaimed Willie.
: the asked his mother. propor .
"It is useless to deny, merchant '
tion : Two cape of mashed potatoes, stain. "Of course when you burn your .i
said,"yon have betrayed your- thought not.
two tablespoonfuls of cream or milk fingers you may holler some, but :
A visitor enters French ;'tul.. these new clothes, and now "Ve-y well," continued Mn. Price a newspaper ;
the' only::thing that you caD do to to "There are three hundred and sixty- and one of melted butter; salt and office and to greeted politely by the when mamma gets the rag ready to> "fA

..make a fall confession your fault." five days in a year, and half an hour pepper to taste. Stir the potatoes, office boy : "If monsieur cornea to tie it up yon mustn't' jerk,it away and r

Weston. listened,with amazement; for each da7'glvee ;you a total of one butter and cream together, adding one fight duel he will have to be kind scream so aa to raise the neighbors. ." "..4.

he could ,hardly believe at first that hundred aud eighty-two and a half raw egg. If ,the patatoea seem too enough: to call again. All ear editors And when you play with Jlmmle, ;

'sueh an!;accusation could be brought hours, er upwards of nfteen days of moist,beat in a few fine bread crumbs, are already engaged for to-day." Dickaon you mustn't get'ponty .because )i{
Bake in a het for ten minutes he can run faster than .
oven A Dublin you.
professional .
against'him: but when he saw that twelve hours each lost in twelve
hi* employer 'was in earnest, he de- months." taking care to have the top & rich artisan, who was waiting in his And when you want to con e into the ,:'U

'the money .he had spent for the Tom Price put his pencil between COLD ROAST BKEF BROILED.-Cut fellow, do you want me?" The an- scream-'Let me in, why you?' ." x ,
his lips and stared at the sum before And when dinner laiit 'most : :
slices about of inch thick neat "No honor I ready ,
'clothes was his own given him. a him. a quarter an swer was your .
'Christmas girt year ago. from the undone part of tbe meat ; am waiting for a gentleman." 70u'multn't"Dear f

'.The.merchant sneered at touch an "Suppose yon pat down two hours strew salt and pepper. over it. and A pretentious person laid to the me." broke in Willie, "Isn't :.'n{

explanation and asked for the proof. for each day instead of thiiiy I minute place it over the gridiron and heat it loading man of the village: "How this sermon almost out?" ,; 'J..

'.fWho, was the person that gave it to *," added his mother; "that will very quickly; turn It over four timesn would a lecture by me on Mount Thirdly; Be patient ahuys."' ",.

..J"OUt,, tProduoe' him," he demanded; show loes of more than sixty days in as many minutes, and serve it up Vesuvius suit the inhabitants of your "When you get late in the morning .

"It was lady," answered Weston, the year." on a hot dish in melted butter; it village?" "Very well, sir; very well and your breakfast Is all cold because fi..1,

.and I_cannot produce her, for she died Tom Price was a sharp lad, and he must be put to broil when the dinnei sir; very well Indeed," he answered, you didn't come when you.' were :?

tojt! spring..I can tell you her name." soon proved the truth of the widow's bell rings, and served the moment it to "A lecture by you on Mount Veen called; and when I caws find the .

statement"So to be eaten ; it will then be found vine would suit them a great deal better button hook because you hung it on J
"Can briDC' anybody tha
you me
saw her give the or knewof it does, mother." he Bald. very nice.HINTS than lecture In this vill,ce, sir." the morning-glory vine ; and-what ,'. i1
yon money
Practical suggestion: When.. more shall I say 1"i
"But when I send you for anythingI
your having' it? the mer- oo1t;
,hant. want, and you stay loitering in the When knitting children's stockings of man Is excited he to ve;y apt to talk "Say amen," shouted Willie. '; ;

street time has to be reckoned without thinking. An Austin landlord Just then the door ,jOr
MNo, I can't do that" Weston had my up the German knitting yarn, or of other opened softly :
as well as your, hasn't it?" called on his tenant the teeth and pusfy came walking into the "
to answer, "I' never told any on heavy qualities of yarn, do not use too ; ?1.
time for the rent "I haveu't '
.about the gift for she did not wish Of course Tom could not deny that. large needles. Of course, you get got room. Willie sprang forward, took ,'i

miter: But I have a letter from her "Then try and remember," said along much faster, and the stockings an money, was the response puss up in his arms, and ran off to

.ttmswhereif: navent lost it, that the widow, "wnat serious loss even will thicken somewhat when washedfor "Well, if youji haven't got money find his mamma, telling puss '.. h'T

she sent me with the money, and in five minutes are to me. Yon know, the first time, but they will not be enough to pay rent" you ought to build went, "I can be patient to everybody ,i

.which she speaks of it" my boy how very hard I have to nearly so serviceable as If knit with 3 ourself You have hoaae.been here before me and patient .everywhere and patient !

*T dare say you have lost it;" the work to pay rent, buy bread and to smaller needles, only a trfle larger half ad
'merchant sneered.. When you have keep you to school,so that you oughtto than those which yon use in knittingthe an Austin Justice, severely, to a local you naughty kitty, and:when Johnny ?.

':bad'it, sir, you can bring it to me endeavor to help rather than to cashmere yarns. vagrant, who thus made answer; preaches a awful long sermont.'? :.itJ

and.then I will believe your story. hinder your poor mother. NEW WAY OF SEBVIKO OATMEAL.Take "Comef no.judge none of that Every Anl so the meeting closed without t'"j

We ton went home with a heavy "I'll run all the way the next timeI a dessert teaspoonful of oatmeal time I'ue been here I've seen you the benediction. .".

heart. He had no Idea where the go;" said Tom. place it, in the morning, in a here, You are here more than I am. <

letter was: he could not be sure that "No, no; I don't want you to do tumbler, and fill up with new milk; People who live in glass houses

Jat bd not /destroyed it; and it was that. I only want you to bear it in let it stand all day and take it for should not throw stones." Accidental Marriages.. '\:. .".;

UM only means" of proving his inno- : mind that our lives are made up of supper or for a night-cap. The grains "I believe vou are a fool, John," ,

,us.character was ruined, for he saw not afford to throw them away Just as soaking in the milk, and it can be husband unwitting'y presented her yet I am convinced the greater part of :.i .

that the merchant was fully convinced we please." eaten with a spoon. This to said by the hot end of a potato dish, which marriages are unhappy, and this to l::,

.. of bis guilt, and:appearances, in- Like a sensible little fellow, Tom its advocates to be a specific against she promptly dropped and broke. not an opinion I give aa coming-: from ..j?*

-d* d, ',ware sadly'against him. Hevent Price took his mother's lesson to neuralgia, and to also soundly recom "Yes," hb added, resignedly, "that's myself; it to that of a very excellent ; i

to1 work, however, in the right heart, and it was a long long time mended for sedentary folks. what the clerk told me when I went agreeable and sensible lady, who, '..!' 'ftf.

wall .He knelt' down and prayed to before he was again heard to use the Time "Mixed"I. I Train. to take out my marriage license." married the man of her choice and

.*43I to prove: that he was in. words, "Only five minutes.. on "So your business to picking up, has not encountered ostensibly anyserious ).. ax

-Mceatj;and: then he began to overhaul eh?" facetious cobbler to a rag picker misfortune, ae a loss of health '.J",
Let our readers also reflect upon On some of the Western roads they
the' contents of his desk and who had just commenced operations riches, children etc. She told m. i
the value of precious time so as to attach a passenger car to a freight
trunk and closet on an ash barrel in front of his shop this unreservedly, and I never had 'k1:
improve It to the beat advantage.- train and call it "mixed. It Isn't in '
'He door. "Yes and I to mend any reason to doubt her } :
kept his neatly and it see yours sincerity.
papers And let them remember that to help the order of things that such train. .
.did not take him ing" quickly replied the ragged For all this, I am convinced that a -I
lens to see that the ]
should travel
us in this, as in every duty, we need very rapidly, and sometimes .
'l tto was not" among 'them. He sat God's grace; and this we shall receive there la considerable growling urchin, glancing at the dilapidated man cannot be truly happy without .
i ***?In.with a'sense of despair when he boot in the cobbler's hand. wife. It is strange state of thing 's 1'
if we ask In the name of Christ. among the "traffic. "Are we most '
:rwas convinced of this. What ebe'JjtttlM we live In. A tendency *> natural M .i.
He only can "so teach us to numberour there conductor? asked a nervoaamaJ.t
Two Hounds Kill
I and Eat a that of the onion of the "
sexes to
do? but ought 1;
Nothing pray again days that we may apply our. for the hundredth time. "Re .
*_k1P and guidance, and strength wife Horse. lead only to the molt harmonious, .i'
; hearts unto wiadom.Young Reaper member my to sick and I'm .
to endure results; 'yet the reverse la the feet. .f.1:
whatever trouble God .
might "We'll .
anxious. there
.... get on )
Two large hounds belonging to a There is certainly something '.' fi
.... 'b1m. replied the conductor stolidly. Half radically '
negro living near New Orleans attacked wrong In the constitution of society ,: .j
.. Bkepticsinay sneer at'nch, an hour later the nervoua"man ; ;
: prayersth1e Georgia Aphorisms. approached
a horse that had been turned ;
out to
the times are out of joint. It to '
;but Weston(who is a, middle- him again. "I guess she'sdead .:
; "* Lraz After seizing and throwing strange, too, what little real libertyof .: tt
: *.nOw.'prosperous, respected :Better keep de rock In' cheer in de now," said he, mournfully .
him down satisfied their
they : rap&- choice la exercised bv ,those
..&U at anddeservlns of respect cabin lof till "but I'd even
: ) Sudsy.You give you a little somethingextra dons t
: appetites by eating their fill who do marry according to what,to : -amlle'and' say: "Let ,them can't coax de morn in' glory to if you could manage to catch up
of his
i -r.:0 living Carca L They are thought to be their own inclination.
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climb de wrong way 'round de cornstalk with the funeral. Maybe he won'tbe
almost wild and
have been discovered The
deceptions which the two sexes
tWhea, I rot!from 1117 knees," hemevtheatory so decomposed but what I would s'
> devouring the carcasses of hogs play eft each other brine 'aa
: ., ;years. after; Smart rabbits go home 'to' de snow recognize her!'' The conductor they had killed in the forest. upon
v many ill-sorted couples Into the bonds
A.t .' **? "Iiuippened. .. to foot. done fallin'. growled at blip and the man subsided. .
of hymen aa could be done by the
V:it.4sa;jW:'.ttgthatihad... ; ..nailed.. downV Dead ,limb on de tree show ita'ef "Conductor," said he, after an hour'sIllenee A three-year old girl while her
of legal match-maker '
? ?* ostpeC<( beaus. it wie ,always when de buds come out. 'Conductor, 11 the wind isn't mother was trying to get her to sleep a ;
Many thinks he marries
lrr:- .I.c.... !P.,.' ttiTedgea. ;. ,A Cnsain' de weather to mighty po' dead ahead I wish you would put on became interested In the outside noise choice who a man only marries by accident by

i.'t.-.b. 'l .., -. 'd'. Dome out, and stooping. t min'.. ? some steam., I'd like to see where my When she was told it was a cricket, In this have ;

,:.W6""II'Qt'lItD f'.I!a lghten th.rug. I'"law a It:takes' heaps 'o' ll' ka"*"to .drive"a wife to buii beJoie the tombstone to she said-'!I t.h1Dk.h.. ought to beoiled. the advantage respect of, men woman than moon to" lea*.

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-/.0-;: the FJoridian, dated the 10th rust t GRAY. I R.. C. ,, City Point .
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"'; **'t.',Y|, 2S H h B i ir*M.k._k ff-Mrt, .. ease The State Union Sunday School 'l. -. [ takes pleasure in advLdng the .
!" "'V'...'.'.'":. \.:....--i' .." Convention has just closed its session here '. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
igii: anftVeietalilfi Growers of Mal
,. H*, Dranp
-l' :.""". l { ,.", :",. and ii its minutes will show no report 'r' .
'.:: :J' : : ': 1.4' ,....... Florida.
LaGrange he is the
from the schools in Brevard, I desire to that representing followifl
..7,!.... ..;..- .aS"j' Thrasher.
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them the \Vm. Scott. well-known, prompt and res able* v
: ,( .;. : ... t state to through your paper bonforU Flo.gCOTT .
:t; ;.r. >" .....,.r. ....i! Pubblhber. reason. Those delegates who were, members SEEK Titusville Flo.& THRASHER, Commission Houses : .

-1-- c. ". M.iiD..adT&Dee.. i. ." of the Legislature, could not attend Mess. Heard Bro's. &
'. "" '''' ''' '''"'" '< Co.,
SMita-, agaareaby except at night, and it was so stated to ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. :
._ N.. ?"" -FY-_ Florida.Mr. 81 Iey Street, New? York;; :;:
..T. J"" '. -" the officials on the last night of the ses Sanford : : .,
.u ....wwrrll..40.l the
'CUB." ... v sion. .1'BequestNras made_of:the).er. Mr. health and avoid sickness. Scott is now located at Titusville.3Pea1 ; Chapin Brothers, ,i
'Y... A I.......enquire of the Editor Estate Law a spccJahty.c. .* JH.
.-bafMoaeoeniatamy. Forster; acting Secretary; that their re- Instead of feeling tired and 97 South Market street, Boston.

'- ,J f" ports be called for, but?, as' we suppose, worn out, instead of aches iiwltcliEl;, and respectfully elicits consignments tD: 1'

:., W. 1rO ... ........,.. to. 'our, ptrrt > matters of greater importance preventedits and pains, wouldn't you them. ,
"'j._'m'":!:#.,;t: ". 1..':;:-,.necessity' of being done. I must say, for one, thatI rather feel fresh and strong? COUNTY SURVEYOR, lit r
"- Freights same to both cities via a
) imi'__ _ai" .' .*,.trgj. .c.Dd:resources of felt disappointed, for I had some interesting ANDNOTARYPUBLIC. }
,..',;_ fnM. 80' 'that people facts in connection with the work You can continue feeling i STEAMER FROM SA v.1: YN li
'' '' '' Florida.
.. NoIUUlaIK1l... ;'' &.Wl&';' 0the SbLte, and growth of Sabbath schools on Indian miserable and good for no- llockledge, THE TROPICAL HbUS nat

4;J i' lodtlitiea, Kith tlieinte.ntion'ittiggt river. Never was there time in the history thing,and no one but your- MINOR s. JOMIS. Hock!( ge, Indian River, Florida.. :.i

g1utbea,J.u tire,!horn; could of the State so propitious for thor self can find fault,but if you S. Ryder) Owner & Proprietor.. ';

$ icif" iWi jrh t y, USrould. 'please them. ough organization and work. State: aid are tired of that kind of life, ATTORNEYATLAW.Tltusvllle __ __ '" &

.".-.1/W *'i""Ietf is'l every' week is being given in the grants of land and you can change it .if you !, This House is centrally located at Eock-v'; "

". 1 tD'u. Yt1Mr.PoP1 1atiOnand, loportoffices rights and privileges railroads and choose. I Florida. ledge,in the far-famed Indian Rivet region : i:'

-'l-..cstrsaotlthedl'. the canals to'reach and possess the rapidly- ENGL1Sll. of Florida, and pas escs all the advantages lot t ,

'1. :Aio>mzttrcterlf Price of 'same, developing communities. This government How ? By getting one 1M.E.: : of Climate, Health and Pleasure of this:: "' ,

. tibegtwt.'r.,$.UiD&. '. fat {the,. means ofedapftioq with its true principles, separatebut bottle of BROWJ?'IRON BIT- Notary Public State at Large. newly developed region of South Florida,. ,

"<--'", .the'.fscr7itiesfoi.. '" transportaand- united in one, typical as it is of the TERS,and taking it regularly Affidavits drawn 11"111111 lousiness entrusted Take steamer from Sanford fur Lake t

.k. tidn- and. man'otherY inquiries? *'Ti' .to"V great Three in One, has its sources of according to directions. to mo promptly utteiuk-U Poinsett,called Eockledge Landing; three ;
< ? f1.
anBJjire. U these questions would consume power in its highest departments: laws Office at lab resilience. miles carriage riding. Direct connection t

. ieawrethan> one'.1 Ii"esdue"time.; Its are enacted and pa&ied down through, its Mansfield,Ohio Nor. 6t 1881. TItusville, Florida. from the House made with steamers. :,r.i

.-. ta';though our people" could get officers to the people. In the church,the Gentlemen:-I hare suffered with conic. Rates, $2.5O per day. i
'_ ,iermlpuV inn:"pamphlet form, Sabbathschool is the ideas pain in my side and back and creat D. J"tt'k .
W. 0 .... Legislature: soreness on my breast,with shooting ilrraHyenwuta made by the 1 or Jfontk., r
and it need not be very.large, the advantages and principles are planted and nursed in pains all through my body attended
with great weakness,depression and Surgeon.
and resources, "pf 'our county. It to laws which form the government of of spirits, and loss of appe- Physician PIONEER COOPERAGE. i
t.rould'tai tite. I have taken several different _
; i many new settlers the church and furnishes the moral force medicines and was treated by pron TUusville. Florida. Syrup Barrels $2.25. !II
ii} time that do not come anent physicians for my liver kid.neysandspleenbutIgotnorelief. .ii
: m a year's now which sustains, enforces and directs the --- f"t
i.t an.'l'h:; 'write infoimation: and civil law. I thought 1 would try Brown's Iron S. L'. Glt.\.Y. Gauged to order, ten cents extra. ... 41

; failing-to'get i.are,''1i ble., ,to try some 4.S.. Bitters and a half have and am now about takea well one-bottle pain Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL Honey Barrels, and Oval Water "t
bthwaeption.: .The:STAK will not be in side and back all cone-soreness
: Eastern Florida.
all out of my breast,and I have a Breakers \' .
'.',Jourid wanting in aiding to,furnish some- 'We so often receive letters of inquiry good appetite, and am gaining in -WOKK WARRANTED.Work 1& ,,
strcncthandnesh. It can justlybe owlets left with i'. E. Wager or at
S: !ngathat f will apye.. inquirers the relating to this section of the State: and colled the iin:cmcdii.iiut.JOHN 1'ObtOfflco.TitiuvilloorvtiUiA.or lira.lyat La From : : $2.00 : : )..

, '. ,;Informstiouthep. '. r aire.t: ; ,' particularly of the coast, that it is impossible K.ALLBSBC Uranse'l'1.illoevcry will receive Momlay.prompt attention. Will be Tanks :
. ..'J.I .-' to reply to each,and ever individual and all kinds of Coui'ER WonK to order. :
BRow fs IRON BITTERS is IS. K. W1LSO.V. .1
r Tke Florida therefore take this method of givingas DR. T. Jolt .
Y'I' )iftli annual:meeting;.of the:Florida nearly as we can the inIonnationugh composed of Iron in soluble "t '.",-
Will continue the practice of Medicine in LaGrange, : : Florida..
v 'Pres8 AflBOclation was held at the Everett form; Cinchona the great .

Fi 'rHouse,-Jacksonville on Thursday, the 15, The Eastern' shore of Florida can be tonic, together with other Titusville and vicinity, The Florida Male Gazetteer -

and' as called to"order'by Hon C Drew standard remedies making
t ,
.divided into two districts; that which L* 01lice at J. M. Dixou's Drug Store. anti
a1Presidentprotev. The minutes of _the above and that which io, below the line of I a remarkable nonalcoholictonic BUSINESS DIRECTORY .

! t'previous meeting were read by the 8 cretar1r. frost This line can be safely established which will cure'Dyspepsia A. B. 1IA1VLCY, D. 1>. S. i

. .. ;:p. E, Elliott, which were app at what is termed the "Ilaulover," a War : ,Indigestion,Malaria, Containing the names, butiM mid aJdrett ,
'" "';:'proved. Weakness, and relieve all Visiting Dentist.
; row strip of land dividing the Indian rig -of the-
: An' address of welcome, was ,delivered er from Mosquito Lagoon, about the lati Lung and Kidney diseases. Makes frequent trips to Indian lliver.

Kf";.bi. Kr:l.:H;Joaeebf',the Tone+'Dnion, tude of Cape Canaveral. Lake Worth. &c. Merchant, Professional & Businessmen,

.... which wsFiirbanb a responded-to byMr.: Geo. E. South of this, more perhaps from the 1". O. Address. New Smyrna Florida and the principal farmers and' land

, ; ;: ;;'of the Fernandina Mirror. close contiguity of the Gulf Stream, II. X..1.TJI.X.Justice owners, orange groves and plantations -' fi

)'i ,On motion, i(vote of,thanks. was' ten- there its low latitude, frosts are unknown. c. together with a

& .dered by the Association to,the orators of :Above this they occur but seldom with of the Peace and Sketch of AH Cities, Towns and Villager, "

1 the day;; r' severity. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.STE. \J1tIl1ow reach them and other valuable
=, On motion of Mr..C.H,Jones, a :com- We adopt this line for the reason that Notary Public State-at-Lar. This

'J k:mittoeof. three was appointed, of wholenibl m in the winter of 1S35 the mangroves and ASTATULA, Ofllce at the HaulOver.T. important work will be issued just
as soon as the labor of collectingand ....
the Chainnan was fu'draft orange
; trees were killed above this but
esice Will Leave ,IOH.SOt'OCKSUUTT.. compiling the facts can beaccom= : .-
kr resolutions of our loss not below. It ii to >be observed, however, .
sin: the death of pur brother member, Rev.tH that the severity of the cold during that SALT LAKEE'.er1t'edneKtla plished. To the business community .:
: ; :R McCallum editor of the Florida Notary Public, stat -at-La.c, this will be the most valuable book
,. winter was greater than or ) & Saturdayat
:Union, and that the Secretary sigh antransmit d since. 10 and that has yet been published about tv..f
a. m. connecting at Justice of thu Peace. Florida. Price, $5. to be sold by
t. 'a copy of the Mrs.. Mc.f From St. Augustine to the lower end of '''Sanford and g
Enterprise .
'. :Calluia.7 Indian river is a strip of country entirelyfree Court day, first: Saturday of each month. t
.- : 1 The following'resolutions were with daily steamers forJACKSONVILLE. LA Rates for ..z
adopted: from the dL ea.;es incident to a south GRANGE Florida Advertising: .1
1 .Resolved'That the President in consul lPagewithbook50.: J Page with book$30 '
era or western climate, and perhaps nowhere ST. Crux Am t3is, R. L. SL)t>tcsta .
.tP'tatioa'with :the Executive' Committee State Attornpy County.Jutl e of JI6Y"\gentJwantcd in "'* .
in the world is county t
there a country -:f|:- Seventh Judicial Circuit. Orange county, every ; :
shall have_power to change the time and morepertectlphealthyandaclinlateliurm whom literal terms nil! bo offered.*!
f, ..1' e Returning Leaves St Clair Atoms & Smerliii .
; of
place meeting,o(. the Association enticing. ,

4'S,, 'the --event. ,"of'any cause rendering the One naturally infers from its position, Sanford and Enterprise, ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW. GUSHING & APPLEYARD,. Pubs.,

h'selection previously made' improper, of and what we have Said in relation to the Every Tuesday and Friday at 9 a. m. ORLANDO, FLA. P. O. Box 1042.] Jacksonville! Fla. -7., .

which change ample notice shall be given.The.JbUowing mildness of the winters in this region, Cabin fare to Sanford or Enterprise,$3.; Will Kivc careful attention to collections, .AUKIVALS,. DEPAUTCKES OF MAILS.
and will practice in the several
courts of this
..,"membere, "! were, dulyelected'and that the heats of summer must be extreme Meals and state room included, $5.; Deck district,un
; ennilled: Jno" ;/F. Shecut of and oppr iyc. This, however, is fare: $2. J. II. SMITH,. bassce and U. S. court Jacksonville. trrltio 5 Wednesday
at Titusville .
t.. Monilay'Wetlnesdas
"fte SumtemUe' 'Times
; Dr. J. J. Harris not the case. The thermometer dues nut Feb 1 Manager. LA GRANGE STORE and Friday at 9 m. yti ,
**'of the.Sanford Journal "W. R. Leave Titusville Tuesday Thursday and
Boyd of
; ,
generally reach above 85", and this tent Saturday at 5 a.m.
:the MaiUsOIlf\ Era; and Geo. R. Fair erature is entirely modified by the refreshing NEWSPAPER Always on hand a general assortment oG00DS. f and Arrive Saturday at Enterprise at 9p.m. Tuesday Thursday

,banb, of the Fernsndina M .
: coolness of the trade winds. From
Subscription Agency. : Daytona to Titusville.
F? The Constitution submitted d by theecutive Ex Along this whole line one finds the orange I -STRICTLY CASU.- Leave Daytona Tuesday: Thursday: and Satur
The day at 6 '
undersigned in.
having opened aNEWSPAPER p.
; the last regular lemon, guava, fig, banana and pomegranate A. Brady. Arrive at Titusville Thursday Saturday and fi'{
4 meeting wag adopted after Monday at 10 a.m. r'
amending sec and generally all the SUBSCRIPTION AGENCYWill Leave
tropical January 1st 1SS2 1 3G Titusville Thuriday Saturday and
k; to yr
tion 4 .
so as read: "The annual' meet- fruits, pineapples, cocoanuts and perhapsa Monday at 2 p.m. .'

4fr lugof.the iuBociation :.sba11. be ,held' at few others, growing in the greatest profusion be pleased to receive subscriptionsto 0. L. KEENE Mondaeat Ii Daytona a.1U. Wednesday Saturday and

1 .etxhtlmeindlaee.. as.. may be agreed and excellence. any From Titusv'illo to Eau Gallic.

r trf<:4*upon at each annual meeting,' at which Below the line of frost, these, together Periodical or Newspaper published.o Millinery, Fancy, Dress Goods, 5 U.Leave TU. Tita3vm Tuesday and Friday .at ,

t-.1;>."'.tim' .jie.electioa-of. I officers' shall take with all other tropical fruit.are foundin -o--- Notions, Laces, Worsteds: &a fine line of nt Arrive(>p.m.Leave. at Eau Gallic. Tuesday and Friday, .

..'to< '&ao1 d' equal excellence and profusion.All time, trouble and expense by applying KID GLOVES.C7 Eau Gallic Wednesday and Saturday
That the President nt Ii 11.m.
,, slosh se- northern vegetables: mature in winter to CHAS. NAUMAN Arrive Titusvillo
feet West Bay St., Cor. Wednesday and Satur
jf, and. tw .members1o Laura day at 7
:1 appoint deliveraddrepaea and produce extraordinarily. All p.m. .
at, Subscription Agent, JACKSONVILLE, : : Florida.EOB '
onr nt
upon ,such the tropical' are also found New Information of .
:.sobjecta as iu their Judgement may be there. Haulover P.0., Brevard county, Fla. Florida ., r ,

'l best suited to.the time and the'occasion.Arote Cotton, especially island SALE!' .- 192 paged new ma '.lSSJJ; rr,.. .',

. of thanks was tendered the press equal to that of Cuba sea, sugar cane, tobacco and indigo H. P. WILKINSON & CO A
1" ,of Jackaoriville 6r courtesies and atten- sappadillo, arrowroot, cassava, ginger Titusville; alp Blacksmith, wheel wright or C.'Drew,Jacksonville;Fla'j 41 arf"trademarks ;

::tiop, as Also to the managers of the Ever- coffee and cacao are among its favored I DEALERS, IX and general repairing shop at Tituaville. :
sett House for their Enquire at the STAR office. 24
3r i''w; -; hoppitajity and ac- and most abundant products. I GENERAL MERCHANDISE. tf

. 'I<,CDmmuuatiOhLj'. ,. HTS', .
v Hickory, yellow pine cedar
: cypress, ,
}.1 t. Sanf qk.. Fla! was selected by a;unani- white and live oak, red bay (a pecies of JjfaHedyc :' : : : Flortidhe Floridal.I'anufactur :f, ,. "...j, .J.' ., 7 f

t moos cote (is,the place for the next. annumeetiDg mahogany,) red and black nUII'o"I'Oye t Ki
G ( 'Prompt attention to an AMAZON ? i .
business PAINT
; al The time ia CD.r WORKS., '
: to be decidedupon
.< latter re&embling rosewood), form its for- r.w contlnne t i. J uaI
: by the,.President, ind. announced : trusted to them- -.' actsaeolieitoaefor ."
W.J.BERXE. & i
."" ,.aleafter. 'I' i t ., Land CO., .. ,patentecave. ,)
can be-bought at from
$1.25 to February 1st eEdfAe
lyr 40. copyyi
'NThe..... following' Officers' were .elected. ., for $4 per acre, depending the fact manufacturers of the the United SUteaAndenta oobtirip, J w a- !
.'" .the sunning 7.1U.: in Canada. England, jfrance,. ,,j
The :"
= whether held by the'United States Government Lund House, AMAZON READY MlXED POTS r..i Germany and all outer eonntriee.. 1.01 '
& President Dr. J. J..Harris. or the State: of Florida. Private -4Corner TblriyIxYesaa'practiOe., No- #3
' : Poe charge for examination models or draw-
'i .C. H. Jones. land-holders ask more, but there is plenty Main Street & Washington Ave. in all shades and ready forImmediate mn.dTice: by mail free. .4I
TCtiry.and ?1 21..l". Paten obtained noticed ia
a D. H. of land yet subject to through na are
.. 'Elliott, ,. Titu viiie, :, Florida. Use. the $SClKHTUno-AaOERICAir: which hM "
i Weetly. the lArge cireulauonandiafhoinoatinfin.. < .
' p '.,- Ez ecutive Comnuttee-T-Messra.: J. .'Ira
:t.oore. "R-TV. : n'WiiTxvC*;:J hn' F! "ShecujGJeorge t, 'Richard Wagner T; t thelfampus Composer Pleasant Location, J Good Table. world.tente The UDd ad sUnda.vantages. 'J'of eutuiauuwcop ,, eTeI'J r J'-* .''.'?

t R.,Fairbanks and F. White Lead Thialarga and splendidly illustrated aewa .""
TV. Pope. Vewee fie'I3th: ,
.ii n Hewas"iri'a A
% cosy for the p&perlspubliflhedSvTKKJil.T&t$3! .>0 year.;. ;:\. 7he meetingthesiadjbum' to' the' somewhat precarious and it admitted to betho beat .
condition of health' .I ; l1m .& Colors In Oil- papec dovotu..t.tosdencemechanicsinventtonaengineenng -*< "
Vm ALIIl t .
r 'Ipaeiouddining&room! of 'the, Everett for than ; *f j
more two yeans past.. His gen- .. t< work; and other departmenta of iaJaatrbupxogreaa .:- >i
', nan waaj aerved, sue Co' '1 : ip -, _..._. "f' : ., ,t),uJ>li8he4,m any country. Single ,
v : : ,as a composer was highly-f aPP i ted ;: or 7" a ._ .' a;; ._ ,.. ". ,,' .* '
f W'.1 f "
< F I by maili-10 centa. Sold all-new I' '
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by .
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'tteiHwbkb :
.. eajayb4, ? thellmemben: by the musical world. He '' Ssllboatils : 1. { 1' "J-i1 ... .
.H'i! I was in his ... .':.:No., 26 Ocean i"LeF* &". .a'-h ,.HM < ..... -h ."
;':'r-Ta:toa." !I. s sixty-ninth A. titreefy Addresa.,Jinan & Co.,ubUehers of Bdegr '
year. Deisner ;l
Proprietor. [JACKSONVILLE, FLORID too limer can,281 Broadway,New York. ,
-" .. Handbook about patents mailed free.e .
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,; ); ;?1l06Ma. in the Batik Florida-Las ." "
'!-I ) v.r' ......- "-" St grower;a suggests : 3DE BABYMERCHANTS' ; NOTICE., {*
;'ihi.f.P0rJiijIID are.fS : edwith\:: "! [(rI'ft-i'!r; ,}-. that oranges:maybe kept In.drT"lID 'j, .," Land Office..Gainesville,''Fla.\ 4jJ

$ }r ft.it1.AIMIW'''':"r' 'I. I"io 00g._.....,M VYVf... It.'ia:} Ie--- a...time in perfect order., He says the : LINE January 23, 1883. / ', :

-m:>"''11 :'rwnn.biini'. asooa itTampa., grower should be provided,with his well '
-withtorn the,Palatka dried sand and barrels boxes the lowing-named settler has filed notice of<
Alliprtow r ,says. or ; oranges DOUBLE DAILY. '
his intention to make final proof In
4r? l. "::'r.I.-L.,Ken 'on. the .Oclawabaor carefully picked from the trees sup-
,, <..,. .ua' Carrying the U.S. Mail. port of her claim, and that said progtwill <.
'>U' 'i ....'D-.-f:<><. that they be not bruised in the least, and 'WHEREP be made before A.-A. Stewart Clerk circuit .-.: ;.

%: .- s The:Pucounty.. delinquent list packed at once and kept under cover, Elegant Side-Wheel Steamers. court at Titusville Fla., on Saturday..
:March 1883
10. viz Francis
: Sanders nee t,
';;'><.;1.Va..!!-? '\;|......'..;-._.....nearly, I a. .page. ,of the Palatka and they may be expected not only to BEGULAR MALL: AT: THEEAIQUJA"T Francis Wallar, City. Point.. Fla.* Hd.> ? 'f

:r .'/ 'rBenJd.Fj .'-.;..;. mature but kept until they will bring No. 3824 for theN E i of S W J.:of Sec-: ;U!
-t':l,""pi:' the highest market GEO.M.BIRD,Capt.G...1.Herc1er. tion 3, Township 24 S, Range 36 E. < sd
to be added 'very price. Any
%>a dditional> rooms are I lla
She the
following to .
; names
Capt. Fitzgerald.
dry sand enough to make
to the Atlantic House at Oak Hill during grower may prove her continuous residence upon and rf:
I? :the summer months.' I the experiment by the fire in the houseor AJfITACaptC.H. Brock. cultivation of said land viz: Wm. H. f.;
H STORE Sharpe and C. L. Faber..of City Point,, 4
about and in the cooking stove.
'hundredand One of the above-named steamers will leave o.
,The JuwMl' reports thirteen and M.E. English and Robert Morrow '
.. De Buy wharf foot of Laura street daily ex. "
fifty arrivals at Cedar ,Key during In Cincinnati on the 13th inst.kerosene cept 8 EITERPSRISE for au Inntermmediiaate of Titnsville,Fla. it
'- 40 5t L.A.BABXES,Register.NOTICE ',.
c fir: '-' the month of January.Spjendid retailed for forty cents per gallon.CONSUMPTION landings. ..-
:l' .-.... "". : day for; making brick has ROSA,Capt..J.L Am eeD.J'BEDEBICK OF FINAL, PROOF. !J

i?:T*' 'lately been discovered on Bice Creek, only CUREDAn DE BABY Capt.Leo. Vegei.WELAEA. Land Office at Gainesville, FIa.\ :;lJ';
old physician, retired from active Dec. 22; 1882., / ':. .
f(" .six nuTes from Palatka. practice, having had placed in his hands .Captain.J.S.Hattlieson. NOTICE is hereby given that: the' fol ;.I '

Iv 'The citizens of Mandarin, on the St.' by an East India Missionary the formula One of the above-named steamers will .. wing-named settler naa filed notice ofr. ':

1."' Johns expect with a favorable season, tostip of a simple vegetable remedy for thespeedy leave DeBaiy wharf foot, of Laura street, his intention to make final proof In sup o '
Saturday,at :30 and from
daily except m.
p. 1
and of his claim and that said proof will
: permanent cure of Consumption S.. port ,
next F.and W.Bailway wharf at 3 m. forPalatka.
W: ,7,000,000 oranges season.The Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma, and .Sanford,Enterprise and lnterme- The Oldest and Most Reliable Place of be made before T. W. Faulkner,' clerk, 1":

t'... curiosity dealers of 8t Augustine all Throat and Lung affections, also a diate landings.Connects circuit court at Miami,'Fla, :on Tuesday.. \
at Palatka with Florida Southern July 20th 1883, viz: Samuel Rhodes, of
boom in theirline.. All of: positive and radical cure for General Debility *
: aw having a Railroad for Gainesville and Ocala. BUSINESS
:Miami, Fla Hd 4523;for the SI of S. W h
': and all nervous complaints; after Connects at Astor with St..Johns and Lake
: .tiemaredoingslivelybnaiaese.Tallahassee I | of Section 15 and lot 2 of Sec.22, Township {
,:: having thoroughly tested its wonderful Eustla Railroad for Fort Mason, Yalaha,Lees-
butchers have entered into curative in thousands of burg and aU points on the Upper Oclawaha. 54 South Range 41 East. ,;;
powers cases, on Indian River Dealing in tie
& names following witnesses: to M
Connects at Volnsla with coaches for Or-
loin round feels it is his to make it known to
sell duty
: an agreement to not or mond and Daytona. prove his continuous residence upon and '@
t steak for less than 12} cents per pound. his fellows. The recipe,with full particulars Connects at Sanford with South Florida Ball. cultivation of said land, viz: Andrew ;1
-'f directions for preparation and use, road for Longwood.. Maitland. Apopka City, Barr A.C. Richards. John Addison, and
contact for the building of a new Altcmonte Orlando Klsslmmee. and with General MerchandiseNone
> The and all necessary advice and instructionsfor Charles Siebolt of Miami, Fla. .
steamers for Lake Jessnp,Salt Lake and Bock. J. .
I court house for Dnval county, at Jacksonville successful treatment at your own ledge and Indian Blver. L. A. BARNES,

:. {::: has been let to W. A. McDuft home, will be sent you by return mail, Connects at Enterprise with coaches for but ttrictly first-class goods are 39w5 Register U. S.Land Office.
free of charge, by: addressing with stampor Daytona and New Smyrna and Titusi l le. .
for 16,000. stamped self-addressed Returning Mall steamers leave Enterprise NOTIC&r .rt,
; envelope.Dr. every morning at 7 and Sanford at 7 SO a. m., -
' "- Governor .BloTfr .*n has nominated M. E. Cass, and 9 a.m.. making close connections with bought and sold at this Stand.o Land Office at Gainesville Fla., : 1.;
T. L. of Gainesville, as sue- 201 York street, Jersey City,N. J. &.F.and W. Railway. for all points North, January 27.,
>* Judge King, East and West.49Throngh thefollowi
NOTICE is that the
f" "' Mention this hereby given
: ceaur I to the late Judge Dawkins, of the paper.Hill bills of lading given to all points. ing-named settler has filed notice of his ).
.l.' The steamers of this line are all first class intention to make final proof In
. fifth circuit and Stephens.We In support.
every respect. of his claim and said
1. that proof will be
?4-''.' The daily shipment of oranges from have just published fine portrait Ticket For further Office corner Information Bay: and apply Laura at General Streets. :I made before C. B. Magruder, Deputy- -"

;., Jacksonville requires from twelve to six- pictures of two of Georgia's most noted W.B. WATSON.Manager. County clerk, at Rockledge Fla., on "t:1:,

' teen cars, aggregating from 2,500. to 3,000 statesmen: Gov. Alex. H. Stephens and C.B.I'DWICK.Gen.Pass.Agent.LUMBER Saturday, March, 1883: viz: Jas.. H.. ,l
Remember A Dollar will buy exactly White of Brevard county on HomesteadNo.3230fortheSiofSEiNEi 3
i- ,boxes daily. the late Senator Benj. H. HilL Theyare !- : of S .

; !'be'at. Augustine Pre says that it is engraved from photographs and have E f and 8 E ofN E of Section 13,
Will be furnished to order on short noticeat $1.00 worth.Established Township 25 S,Range 36 East. tHe
informed that the old fort at Matanzasis been pronounced life-like and perfect. -
the witnesses to
names following
it from Size 14 x 19 inches, on heavy plate 918.00 per thosand. Dressed lumber .
f is in need of repairs to prevent paper.A prove his continuous residence upon and !

falling to. decay. sample copy of either picture will be from 820.00 to 924.00 per thousand. In 1873. cultivation of said land, viz: Franklin' l'
.' mail of 50 Allen and Cass Allen Georgiana Fla, J
' sent by poEt paid, on recipt
? The Hon:James B. Dawkins. judge. of LUMBER & SHINGLES and C. B. Magruder and H. S. Williams
cents, or the two for 81., cash or stamps.
Gainesville of
fAi the fifth judicial circuit, died at Rockledge \
on Monday; the.12th inst. He was Agents wanted in every part of the Southto always on hand. Address orders to 41 5w L.A.BARNES: Register. i :;

sell these and other -
'j about sixty three years of age. popular cheap P. M. FISHER. NOTICE. -
of famous and of the The Store
pictures men women Headquarters
.VV.* 847 Wee of tobacco and 2,286 gallons Land Office at Gainesville:FIa. ,
South Southern We also }
,Scenery etc. A. January 29,1883.
.5 from Havana to
f- of were imported deal largely in Cheap Jewelry, Chromos, NOTICE is hereby given that the followj,
Key West during the month of January. Medicines Stationary Packages Novel- Produce Commission Merchant. ng-named settler has filed notice of hisf. :
Smoke,'drink and be happy Key WestDennis Opened for the Season. Intention to make final proof in support p;.
ties, etc. Men, women, and boys and Jacksonville, Fla. of his claim, and that said proof will be'
Johnson, a colored citizen of girls can make money fast selling our IEi1"A man who is interested in his own made before J. A.. McCrory, Deputy
Late senior of the firm of Gibson
[ -
Temple Mills, was shot by unknown parties Write for and terms Clerk Circuit court at Titusville,Fla., on. !;
goods. catalogue welfare will be know that
& Rockwell,dissolved Jan 1st 1883.] pleased to Saturday. :March 10, 1883, viz: H. Spencer
the of the 10th inst. being
on night to Adress Hn.L & BUBROW .
: Black of City Point, Fla., on D. S.: lP
'.. wounded in five different places. He 40 Marietta street ATLANTA, GA. I Respectfully solicits consignments ANDREW GIBSON No.366 for the E 6 of XW of Section 'k i

died a few days afterwards. of Keeps the finest oysters to be found in 6. Township 24 S, Range 36 E. 'I' THE WEEKLY NEWSwill He names the following witnesses to ,
The LeLand dgricui uri d says if the ORANGES, SYRUP, HIDES, &C. Titusville, prove his continuous residence upon and :*!-.

coast fishermen want to find purchasers be issued by the cultivation of said land,viz:G.WHolmes3M
for their fresh mullet, let them bring Has the largest cash order trade of any AND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT 1>>ATRONS. c. L. Faber.Geo. Chester, and Albert ,

Cincinnati Hews PaliMing l Co Frut house in the State. -0- Wilson of City Point. Fla :r:
them to DeLand. Here they are gobbled 41 5w L. A.BAB2IES, Register.INJUSTICE'S .

.up ins- hurry and gobbled down with The First Week in January.It Return made day of Sale. Plain and Fancy Cake made to order.i COURT. g

avidity. Baiei's Brtad always on hand.
For Sale Cheap P. S.Parramore, ...}
; Captain Henry Henderson, a well- Also a first-class Barber shop attached. vs. }Am't. claimed $47.00 .

-known pioneer steamboat captain on the will be a Democratic Paper, devotedto TWO SMALL PLACES ADJOINING, I.C.Collier :t

.'St Johns River, died at Green Cove Politics, News, Markets, Agriculture, often acres each, at City Point, on Indian LUMBER THE Defendant is hereby notified of .
the Institution of this suit and unless':
and Literature and will be edited with ;
Springs on Saturday, the 10th inst., at an River;choice orange land and beau- Will be furnished to order on short notice he shall appear and answer before E. H.. .' .\ .

advanced age. the view of making it a desirable Family tiful river front, with 500 and 150 thrifty Rice a Justice of the Peace, at Titusville
at 818.00
the Newspaper.As per Brevard county, Florida on. the 16th .;.i
The Jacksonville Time Union on
a new candidate for public favor orange trees, a small dwelling and other LUMBER ft SHINGLESAlways day of March A.. D. 1883, judgement .. .
13th inst announced that the New YorkAssociated will be rendered against him by default. ::
THE WEEKLY NEWS will cater to the improvements on '
Press the greatest news-gath on hand. :
requirements of its readers. It will thor- Will be offered for a short time at a Plaintiff's I Attorney.. f

ering world' awarded that'exists it the to-day exclusive in rightto the oughly discuss all live questions of the bargain, both together or either place C. MAGRUDER & CO. Titusville, Fla., February 1, 883. 4t '>';.:

r', its.dispatches in this field. the day.gathering It will give of the particular news. Especial attention care to separate. Apply to NORWOOD' SPORTSMEN'S EMPORIUM! '4 j'
baa commenced A. HATCH, or GEO. CHESTER, ..
Summerville I .
Captain : will be taken in compiling the various R. C. SCRIMGEOUR, '
operations in removing the wreck of the I 41 3w City Point, Fla. Hack Line !
market reports. In the interest of the
Leaf in the St Johns River near Taxidermist and latura1istt..
Maple ,
will be devoted to
farmer a goodly -4-
space ,'. ',
FOR SALE Bird ft anlmalsmoanted with Rome respect ,
Mandarin. It is intended to remove .
agriculture. General literature and va- for Anatomy. :
The and Most Direct
enough of the wreck of the Maple Leaf Cheapest Everything appertalnlng'to'shooting '
rious matters fitted for the family circle :
&will give eighteen feet of water over THE TITUS HOUSE, ROUTE and fishing to be found at my establishment
will comprise an important departmentof and at reasonable rates. if.

qr:portion of it. the paper, and it will be the purposeof ONINDIAN To Tit uNvllle and Indian River. Also dealer* In the Celebrated. Lion "':;.

About two weeks ago, D. W. Tillman, the management to so edit and publish brand of Asbestos paint in all colors ""J'
the elder brother of another colored man, THE WEEKLY NEWS as to commend it to RIVER, ready for use. The best and cheapest 1-1;

.by that name, was killed by his younger and make it a welcome visitor in every containing I paint use. ever Oil stoves introduced in great for variety House,or suitable Boat .l'fj".

brother, at Drayton Island. He surrendered household. ONE trip DAILY between the ST. ;
Large Office, Parlor, Dining Room, for family or boat, use. fl
.himself to the sheriff and gave THE: WEEKLY NEWS will be a large Pantries, Kitchen, JOHNS and INDIAN RIVERS. LINSEED OIL WARRANTED PURE.. 1, ''10

bond for 1800 to appear before the circuit quarto, containing sixty-four columns of Leaves Enterprise EVERY Morning, arriving .
16 Large Airy Bedrooms.Servants' at Titusville the Fratt's' curate Astral Oil always ia
SAME day.
1 court. reading matter, printed on a fine articleof c ..;;;

'( Jacksonville Tmet-Union: Monday the calendared paper. Quarters ReturningLeaves STOCK. : k t il

schooner City of Nassau grounded on the In order to reach all classes, it will be and all necessary outbuildings. ,
"Table" from 'the {{
S. Titusville EVERY morning arriving Triple plated ware .
,bar and it became necessary to' throw sold at the following low Cistern orl .OOO gal. capacity,, at in the House of Holmes, Booth Hayden.. '(

,from 800 to 600 bags of salt overboard in BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: Enterprise evening. Lanterns Razors, Combs,.Nick Nacks 'i

: order to get her ofC She was drawing A single copy, one year $1.00 -a1soFURNITURE-- AddressW. in endless variety. }r: ,

,between eight and nine feet of water, A club of ten copies, mailed to one post- S. Norwood, Cigars:: ,Tobaccos Pipes $.

ndwa Abeing piloted in by ,Captain office one year 19.00 including Piano and Billiard Table,o TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.C. and all smokers' articles. '* rtL3cr

.Houston JIhe; vessel. was slightly dam- 4. club of twenty copies, mailed to one Beer Scotch!EDI\iSh\ AlfJ.1i
(!> :eei post-office, one year $17.00 The Groundsare .
Sole agent for the celebrated Parkinson 'j.'ft
: As the steamer Anita was' approaching A club of thirty copies, mailed to one Large and Nicely Laid Out. Orange Wine. When yon .cannot find. ;... .

-Palatka ga the night'of the 10th inst., post-office, one year $24.00A Hardware and what you want in the other stores in,, Ti- '.;.:!

j she ran into asmall row-boat containing club of forty copies, mailed to one -ALSODESIRABLE tusville just give R.C. S. a call and., yon. :1t!

four negroes, two men and. 'two women. post-office, one year $30.00 TOWN LOTS will be sure to get suited._ '1i

'The two:women and one man. were rescued And larger clubs at the rate of 75 cents General ProduceMERCHANT i L. J. CARLILE. 4:
: For Business or Dwelling Houses, and .
*> and when the other was subsequent- per copy per annum. .'1'!:

found it discovered that he had in addition THE WEEKLY NEWS ,

r :tmtiincd severe injuries, his head being. will be mailed free for one year to any ATTHB .

braised in several places. person who will raise a club of twentyor For Gardening. Melbourne* Florida..
November 10th 1880. ft 47FARMERS fft't;
;'. ?0 ,On' Monday eveningthe;; 12th;-nd......, the more annual subscribers at one pos t- Terms Easy to ResponsibleParties. LUND PACKING HOUSE. .

4 'n'v'cariosity/store of:Mr.-J. F. Fly of Palvh'rraioeuinto office and forward their names and address Titusville. Florida .. :

the with the requisite amount of money' address
: and goods to Apply or ,

1 ., aooniol ,$10,000.stolen.. :Mr:Fry, in as per above table of rates. MRS. Of. E. TITUS, _i.i.1U aftqet Elat as.tu Ma tsC FIRST-CLASS: :BAR,

f dosbg: us store it'appears,had neglected Address, THE WEEKLY NEWS, 'f1l aDi CJiarL
Titusville, : : Florida. Choice L1lnorJ J '
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: 206 Race Street
)' *o.', >. and.the:I..w.Il'L: .ee.o&-- 204 and ,

1f.\ the iifc.and committed ti( ,theft:The; CINCINNATI, omo.1I1111Spt a tf Beer always on draught"' 6 r.
t- 'P loan, FrJ,8&JII,'eaaft colleotkm FI MAKE tsototiso AGENTS Wanted "' II" ..... r

:. : of ndpit and foreign 'coins' which During the rail and Winter PKHMONTH for particulars, _aIe_fllldIMKW M iIlC:s==-"-Beeps,...... .i.Iwm.....-.-.

;ff "<" ? .heh dbeeaoflered'$10,000; in'cash;; ". ... t tlx address. C.MCC CEDY d CO.PbUadelph1a Pa. __ Al .-I'--.Nlllaftlle.T-.

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: J'ftSSfcl ,., "*' =Vir1. #. V' f to'know that the
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"'JJ 1 ...'rn.. I says class to .the '
f ;"Jo '!CO.. ,.tlo to concern the farming immense and profitable'in -
1t,. .. ..i f ; j.::. Our araotarjhtb tth itempoa with the fact thai ,there. .
awtrIsiteta. .., e '' retention'of ammonia in the manure the Northern Stat... 'ti-"t.r
in, the potato .. well as in'many ..
danger. ,,
fed .
i .-, j} : ,/ oar-coals Of thefrevoholoeof & or othekinds of vegetables when heap ,It to well known that the application ,In selecting potato seed'tw .>| > -

-1'EE E ; .:.; eyfl we hare made throtiih Ute.-r ls unripe or when advancing toward of plaster to decomp eing should be kept in mind:' g CI

-" ,,-- .. sibrpbas. Qv'H ,, matter prevents the escape cf ammonia only such seed. may be<
."R .... decay. When the potato to not fully
''. 1[' "' tNSt"i It.. the heart that gives abancter its akin 'contains considerable but how thin protean is accomplished produce smooth, fm abed
: Ape
i >lelbt tisisrwl'treeltaRlM to alrcn- w".., rather UWle1muD- to often diacuseed in the agri second plant only when the
t," .iff". ..... >falt. quantity of a dangerous poison known ssali;
,:.;.. .......t_,,,r.;;: ;ji---,L"""' ;:>,.. 'JC. :S"f'1"y. .1."':: .-" (: tl tanoee which lift character to the aseolanine. The same lit true when cultural journals and farmers' clubs.: in full vigor. < ,..
.. ...t1a1 .. heart.--0. D.Boo acul. the potato has oecome old and began For the information of those who are Baaawood trees are urged foxIng '

.,'.-; ..winMdtA.iaMa .iiteylwt Mewt.ittQttfe! '; 0,thou who hart still a father and to .; roat. Such potatoes are wholly not familiar with the chemical reactions by the roadside as they semi' -- .

'J,.iai. '.i. ...:1'fitltrM.. ','.. 'etwec'aMsgk|B mother, thank God for it In the day unfit tor fool, paid are absolutely dan that take place when plaster doable purpose of attractive shade L "
,"'.r: -"- ,,,:"',, .' when tty bosom to full ofJoyfa1"teUtaDd gerous. comm in contact with manure let ua abundant forage for bees; they'amake

.); t Zi.sgllieewleta.t.4. .. cr ,** -- need a bosom wherein to abed A Few Simple Semtdia. teaspoonful call to notice the communication of excellent timber whiney

.; c',+idMwdii istt .. them.-J. P. RlcAl ,, It to said that in -' ,
England neVi
,}\. -lolfof\i..:, ::.;:> ,,. t.>v;.$.#.r..S;:;"_r**.U0'7''.I.>..-. At the gate of the Kingdom of Paradise warm water often relieves a sick head columns some time ago in refutationof has been discovered for damson '" 'i
fu4..f':' .;!-' r'Jt- ..", ",,.,, ,.( happily the afflictions cf this ache. It abacrbs the gases, and relieves a previous article from the CountryGentleman. i ."." ,
? -,..... Farmers are planting quite.
f! '* -* life even its desertions, are left behind the distended stomach, pressing The claim by the latter
+ ,
: 1.t less for than
plea for d1ea'it"ha
{{ nerves that extend from ammonia has effect on sulphate .
;: :;;,"' ilBMsnttlbnrpi and forgotten by tacos who go against the to that no been ascertained that
: ; ... as*sjatauttestKfessyJadrsalsssl In and nst.-Lew Wallace. the stomach to the head. of lime (chemically termed calcium a beautlful'eoegtlcan

._,it-.Iirt.. Mss the do Charcoal forma an unrivalled poultice sulphate). Sulphate of lime, or be obtained facet the ripe ftoSE -
The goblets
yean baying Unlngi ; If farmer would
f every keep
!'f-;'trhaaigrnMiualoelnetas;:, 'X .: "-I'if': -. The old pert U the shins of the new; for wounds and old sores. It to ordinary laud plaster, to a compoundof of the number of a] -'
:'i t. ; ".ftee. ,........... Itlled with te wine of prcelone memorteB, also invaluable. for what to called lime and sulphuric acid, chemically eggs laid, chi ..
)! .
/ .':t.....111.t.** The olden vat doth line the direr... proud flesh. It to a great disinfectant.It united. Pure ammonia Is a hatched and those sold or satin '

$"";" sOeNlie" i __e..waGC' When men are lonely thex stoop tony sweetens the air if placed in shallow but prefers existence when united gas year, they would form The a-binds"ig. .:
1 : .vest sty love to eeeSloteraftsiay '
; fYdtig7Nstslwn UVS! a companionship; the dog becomes dishes around the apartment, with some other substance each as most interacting statistic, and'bti' ,!

"f"lit lhbtda. .eMi t Aaa.bops.. a comrade the hone a friend, and it and foal water to also purified by its a sulphuric acid, when the two substances matter of surprise to every oni as t".,* '

1.rlwbalM ie.e to no shame to shower them with the value represented by them 7fi .
.. "1- combine and produce sulphateof
:,r : ,:; .' -. ., caresses aDd speeches of love.-Lev bruiseo or sprains bathe the ammonia. It to true as the Coun money. .,
:t'J; 'Tea ecamat t Wallace. part in cold water until you get Charles B<>ach, President of 'W 1
a tr Gentleman alleges that ammoniaIT
;fS 4Bet.tIwl ih W 1571. ready a decoction of wormwood and Wisconsin Dairymen's Association it j:
Ere Jesus became Christ he was led ,
,,.2'1.!2l.stfaa4ley'e.p7 cannot deprive sulphate of lime of its,
When the herb to fresh authority for the statement : '
t Lit,,wLUM, -r'w1bt: -M waUeth the iAvuthyettaeeyeit into the desert to be tempted. And vinegar. acid, though many have affirmed thatit that tat]

'-t.:.. 4.f.-. '.;-.ot.r' ."......' before the Messiah within us-the gathered, pound the leaves, wet with can, and our correspondent noticing cow had contributed 1250,000,009 ,fa::
; ..
... vinegar and bind on. and when the the wealth of the nation within". ,,
t .S.! Hansa's...outbid! messengeropirlt of the soul-can that the plaster "l1x.." ammonia, *-
make his inspiration felt, and render herb to dry pat it in toe vinegar and no doubt overlooked the fact Drat year and that cattle-raising ltirt .
"*'*; :roisasstsa jHnis of foM! his .voice articuUte and clear we too let it boil a short time then bathe the decrease over ten per ceat. in'at".t. *, .
+ ttat in the laboratory the .
isa'seMuihoBi. all stats now Mat
; bruise with the decoction and bind on pafctten years.
must hare been called to severe and
/tiou. ptaogMrMarweKrlntti change can only be effected The PillaburyAMlll.atolia
.. lonely struggles with the power of the herb. 1Rlnnegi.
: 'WU'--QMa'of 1IIIM.
i when the ammonia to salt. Thus
There to better a did ,
for last
sin. On no lighter terms can the nothing a cut one day week: whit *:

:i s mlerlsssstllght; natural man pInto the spiritual, than powdered resin. Get a few carbonate ammonia (carbonic acid has been trying for some time to,dsi;'

-r'fcfc t". *r-.j' "", ,,,,,,,,,...isbesUpsJfcei the Deity shape forth a dwelling cents' worth pound it until it is fine, and ammonia), when placed In contact and what some skeptical persons' )aave-.

,'. oa..itMt...aaatidgisaprem within the deep of our humanity.Jamet .- Iutlt inn cast-off scats box with perforated with sulphate of lime compels a said it could not do, vi:. : tarn.: __

ijt naaitkaB V- oId thI'obu m! Jl' n &<
..1'",:.;... x Hi.Yefathelawss.1hl r WI"'U'O. A mother's love-to there anything on the cut. Put a soft cloth around ammonia and passing over to the making the best record ever made:by.

:JC'9.i; twsonrhstad1sa that can be conceived of as more beautiful the Injured f member, and wet it with lime while the lime gives up Its sulphuric any mill in the world100' barrels";i'
acid to the ammonia and
Eats II lID WUWIa". ? Therefore Jt to that all artists water once in awhile; it will prevent carbonate The aphis, or green fly, to one of ttal
of lime (chalk-calcium car
"-'T'- owesuaetgetMwt test kill. are fond of painting maternal love. inflammation or soreness moat troublesome enemies of: 'p.;'
,,a [aatatetar'edmnghtofbaa l Hoarseness and tickling in the bonate). .
Long before the Madonna signified The anion of nitrogen and hydrogento grown plants. It.. mcst earily/_
throat best
(... .. are by a gargle of to
Ta.Ina: maternity, and the infant Saviour atroyed syringing the plants fiiiieia
ttf: the white of an egg beaten to a frothin form ammonia to the coming together ;
.i,::We: best:.1tL., 'is broken, ire thegta.oat6datawp. childhood the world by its artists, half a glass of warm sweetened of the two elements at the week with tea made from tobsesii .
;o" was rendering ..very sacred the relation water. moment of liberation ; but when plaster stems, moving them up and 'doedknntll
11: ibs tM1 atld nomine melt bemeaththepetfiotday -
r.- / ; between mother and cnlld, in Hiccough can be Immediately relieved and carbonate of ammonia decompose the insects are thoroaPJj,-'

4'.: ... yet aroond the anriae we kneel at, which the tenderness the depth and by administering a lump of each other, there to a chemical washed cff. This will alao: dtattey'. :

-.t,5: :IIIwIDIM--&knri i the fervor of the mother's love and sugar wet with vinegar. reaction causing a change of bases, other inflects. n.f:

,>t. fad tbs afro kept.itus the Innocence of the child spoke of A simple and harmless! remedy and though the plaster has no chemical Forty thousand horses are boufat

:.3.t. parity that the world hardly knew preventive for persons suffering from effect on the ammonia gas. Ammonia and Bold annually by seventeen.of taa:
leagd .y fool Sat....MeOlE UsV tram else. leading dealers of New York '
anywhere -Stray Ward Beecher. caiHsicknesa is a sheet of writing paper exists principally when in the ant
-' tM..UlaaI... tread., :
':w-. 'drat anostsaadthoekMdlr.a_ step are haonttng, The Legend of the Beautiful worn next to the person directly over manure heap, aa a carbonate and the Chicago unanimously derfait-
... the chest. It I that the one-half and three-fbstflli.
nr.C rhead; Hand. e hfgh'y recommendedand pungent odors with which we are so :
'boaYb aq hand army wildly toll, the bad seldom fails. familiar when in proximity to decomposing blood Percheron Normans. bay*.OMB*'':

', ,_ .SM..whose stxeesth I know, There was a dispute- among three Buy at any drug store one ounce of I substances b usually carbonateof style, action, best endurance on pave*'
.ft-p.. ssy heart half breaks. to say it; dar1U1
camphorated oil and five
cents' worth menta and sell for more money that
"lIDrj ladles aa to which had the most beautiful ammonia instead of the gas.
*fc look:taadsantad down the hands. One sat by a stream and cf chlorate of potash, and whenever a Plaster has great affinity for moist- any other class of hones on the nab

.k .Aythotno'>'.div eyes'-'vaT. dipped tier hand into the wV'r, and soreness appears in the throat put the ure, and water absorb many timed its ket Chicago Tribune. .-w

;w'lad 1be.-1-BtihUtrWtagin.ach eRDI held it up another plucked strawcer* potash in a half tumbler of water and own volume of ammonia gas which H. W. Starks says : 4>I keep a cow;

? ..twidjaaay I rice until the ends of her fingers were gargle the throat, then rub the neck fact enables us to know thatindepend- for milk and the better I,: feed sat:

Bst, the eM eye ot expetfeaes sees beneathTooth's pink, another gathered violeis until thoroughly with the camphorated oil ent of its chemical t fleet, it assUta to care for her the more n1nk'1 get".;;Ix

radiant glow at night Defore going to bed, and also arrest ammonia tour hot water en the cut hay sat'
by Wet
Btov. all sore TIBM works his ntintion; dar- her bands were flagrant. An old, absorption.
HatbletSMfo.w haggard woman passing by asked pin around the throat small strip o must admit however that the twodeept'lt BUr the hay well,after potting'ongnarta'of ),

Y: ..than auaye> ...than parUa[.tad "Who will give me a gift for lam woolen flanneL This Is a cheap and mysteries in agriculture are cornmeaL ThleratlonIpntwice .

i, thAwordknensUkedeepelr.f9s .' poor." All three'denied her; but another sure remedy for sore throat. the actions and chemical Influences of a day, with a little dry hay. '
witch It persons suffering from severe noon. I do not waste pound of
a..clOMl7.ftwdly.aDd find who sat near unwashed in the plaster to crope and ammonia to soils. a a
'the den of canker there:. headache would tie a handkerchief It is well known that all winter. My method keeps"ain -cow
plaster Is
stream unstained with the
fruit .
So Mad tte ant rat touch of lanjoor; tte around the
tightly temples thf
.. mr"t lapattent enI to know; with flowers gave her a little giftand y cheapest of all fertilizers in proportion good and.DeadJ': oM' .
__ '*
j ... would find relief by so doing in a very to the benefit It fourth of the 1. ,." ; ..,
.Jt you the chain 900 eherUh; darling, satisfied the poor woman. And confer, and farmers ..
KS=; let SM go I short time. should It Guinea grass, known also*se
then she asked them what was the Hemorrhage of the use more. It is the proper
lungs or slomach "
"Means ?
,besnat;tasst. loved so fondly, loved with dispute and they told her and lifted .. to promptly checked by small does of method of getting at 'the facts when graaa" and "J'ohnaon'gt'IIIII- ...
-i ., -w..1oI4e up before her their beautiful hands salt. The patient should be kept as its chemical character to dipcu&acd, for to repotted to be growing in popuIaV'ity !

/ jour. death Itoelf than tesUngtouch grow "Beautiful indeed," said sb.e. when quiet aa possible. if it has no other virtue than securing among Southern farmers ta1IWtwith
g care:w/onalns.old, A good remedy for warts or corns: its value Libs4
ammonia it to aa a hay grass.
4 r ww. ta.ngbt>.mweinw.tam.bllm. r she saw them. But when they asked Drop a little vinegar on the wart or invaluable. Rashes
a x her which was the most beautiful, she corn, cover it immediately with cookIng being rich in potash which to Bermuda, it to said to be perennW,: ,,

whilettsasen.orhile. sain*only: ; darling,let me said : "It to not the hand that to soda or saleratus let u remain ten very canstive are dangerous to use in though the tops are killed by ierarew; f

r, t got washed clean in the brook ; it to not l minntee. Repeat several th nee a Let mero.jetaotiacKetnM.aUtooweakto for three d sys and the warts and cor rapidly drive off cost of renewal of the pereDD1ara.I' :,
10 the hand that i!' tipped with red ; it to will be ammonia by forcing .
ktMltqvlte., gone. while the land Is
not the hand that to garlanded with it from its combinations; but )

: It,the sense glory orttgbi and the; gladness,flooding every fragrant flowers; but. the hand that For Farm Boys to Learn. while the ammonia gas will easily proved by their occupancy of the sdt:r'j;

'Love ttsott la youth's sweet po&aOP.1CU'Oe rives to the poor to the most beauti- unite with muriatic, nitric or sulphuric Dr. Johnson of Indiana says"laf.

ti t ooald enter snub bestow, fuL" As she said these weeds her From a western paper we extract acid when exposed to them it dairy products we in the West; wiAjj

t, Tul,Jo.t becanse I love to dearly; darling wrinklee fled her staff was thrown the following practical remarks; theywill cannot deprive lime cf its sulphuric our method of using five acres of hftf'5

m l.taaagoi, .. ... away and she stood before them an be useful to every one on a farm: acid until It has first undergone a previous priced land to keep one dairy anioal .

Gold",Cola and Silver.A11eahine ., angel from heaven with authority to How many of the boys who read this combination. There are In a year cannot compete 'with the'J > ,

-v. .. decide the question in dispute. And paper could"lay off"an acre of ground manure heaps many vegetable acids tensified farming of the :Eut 'wne. -::31they

make the de ert..pjo. .- that decision has stood the test of all exactly, providing one of the dimensions that exert an unknown influence, and keep one'animal ayearoaone

:Iib. ..... time. was given them? Now "Hoe they should also be considered as assisting acre of land and that'toe. ,,,

4 Oocd': .deeds ring clear throagh The True. ... Handle" likes to be 'useful, and I in come of the chemical oi a natural fertility much Inferior!:;!

.- ht4id'lfte. a UlL-Jacm Pad RicAf.t Wife. have taken some pains to make out a changes. to ours; and, more than that,'where bar..:Ott

>. -r, The true wife not only has the confidence table, and I would like to have everyone ; farm-. means of silos and ensilage now they '

To of the farm boys have it. There .tel. are keeping two animal to a' ciagM,
be ngryto, reenge the faults her husband, but the affairs Butchers' waste such .

;, ,of other upon oanelrea.-AlextuuU In her especial care flourish like a are 160( square rods in .an acre, and etc., when boiled and thickened as plucks with acre.In contrast with the common "
.PrVs garden in height of allthlD.p there are 30J square yards in one rod. '
i summer; This gives you 4843 square yards In meal, answer a good purpose as a tics of letting dairy cows go d I7;fear?!
';Your UlMtory i*still to be the life- I beautiful rtne from her touch one acre. I substitute for insect when fed to months or,, so e' 7'earJ :areoeat
t '- hay fyo r: Land,only 'PaInted in and he enjoys the blessing of her tact poultry. .writer iMilli
and 10 yards lde by 434 yards long is says he has a cow jbat. f
taste without fully real:zing howit "
;aiaiatata' -a B...geM. comes. She loves the one acre. The stock raisers of California estimate completed her fourth farrow:year ie ,Y
of her
k Baltglon 'ti morality looking GJd.. : the aggregate value has aV8J'&ed'during the -
husband,which should not be stinted 20 yards wide by 213 yards long to their flocks psst '\-
'-. and morality it religion looking and she to desirous one acre. and herds at 135000000. The number months a fraction over fife potilids'otj'
to share In his lifework
' '!paiwtiid.q'D..'Borrlaoalt. ; and his confidence and esteem- 40:yards wide by 121 yards long to of,An horned cattle to placed at 2J50COO.. butter per week: of flretiite"quatlib.;

# Two thing flit I me with awe: the it all the reward she aekv. She one acre. English paper asserts tbat, it He cites also the case off a eC)1r'.a 1
:glirirr heaven andthe' eenae ofusibilltyInmt"Imanud r. never overtax his income, fer she 80 yards wide by 60} yards long is coats wheat as twelve much miles to transport a bushel o Berkshire: England';, which tea jiitt i:

Kent. knows how much it to; and her share one acre. in England from on a.turnpike road agodropped twins, _] has .given*a

-.To. ,{ijweyfater', in 'a strange IanOthing d of it to always well expended, and. 70 yards wide by 09} yards long to i I: across the aa broad an Atlantic.American seaport good mess of mdally- .everslnox'- ...."i.

is ao vweet aa to: hear his although she may sometimes long for one acre. I When roots are injured aa In : ..In Ireland -the. aod'cut on bogay. 1

:>aaiw on'the tongue of a fdeDcL-Lew- an increase of wordly goods she never 60 yards wide by 80} yards long to i planting, the broken roots should trans be'- ground to taheaps antildfli:i

'wofZsoe.: reproaches him when be to diligent one acre. cut smooth and the top cut back in then burned into a species of chanoaL.

f .Unhappy to the man for whom hit and does his best to maintainer his Again, allowing nine square feet to proportion to the roots remov ed This to then pulverised sad miltat.'l-JtoL': '

a, 'g+wa mother i has"not made alloth family in ease and comfort. the yard. 272} square feet, to the rod Dead wood to of no use, and should' with.well-rottsd, stable 'or. hanrhaw-,. ;i;s

' ,osotbttt.labia-Jeer, Path BAeavea' The doctrine of-the 43,560square feet to the acre,,and we always be taken oil manure or night oL In equal, t? .'I'
compassion of have another table:, tlons. Placed in drills,where turn**
.. An Illinois
God and the
compassion of Christ correspondent
'" 110 feet 869 states
by feet-one acre. or earrota are to be to try,.
:: ., :... not by>> the think has been the salvation of the 120 feet by 363 teet one acre. that experience has taught him that to make them attain a m nrtfpoitf,

{ ;Tt-by D sirn'v dces. .butbyl Bible, of the church, and of ,faith; ,,220 feet ky.,143 feetyone- acre' cattle will thrive' better on &food The experiment to osctainlytrasib V 4#

f : ;Jtilbi,' ,love 'tiQd soodwolrbs.-Last and every,limitation of It to a perU.1W" .- Z40 teii by 181 feetone"acre.. bright flax straw than on oat or whea a trial by farmers who the bof;
can get 'it
iN w" ? -; Bdrbt Besebst... r' atraw.- M4."JDft'er knew ..
= ; ot cattle
..450 asst Irj 90 teew tm. mold
; .without,too,>muchlabor or."41e 11
being injured :
-' ? ,. from eating it.. ._
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':; :i1"" Towilra8ssira: :=The .sat that the words jBeevee lIDo: chestautr
- 7jta' .-.... .p ...... ... abouttoatirtLvi1. proved'before'HosMopathic Specifics'. EXEMPTION, pswa'me hls gold tl_aor. the main avenue of the gardezbf i tb* {

!tI1J lj l1'on take him eat of.the class of Imitators., FAVOR OF'THB Tnileries in Palls'which.k:a,'public

W-Ji s+ppjjiej TT :ttSL She was adver- It Is.well settled.that U>.establish an United States ," is a head promenade, as .most, of, ttis:;people .4

. "::0..:::".:YMisfei, etQt:: .at;.ft:o'eIoekp.. x., had infringement o! it Is not against F, and We are now en know and where 'numberiess','chain *

:;.)$ -.;........:fcefls SlId blown her whistle necessary to show,that the Imitation his homestead: for a good dis are placed in, rows and hired to fatigued '

y.t=:?;J ear$ ";",N1rla1 tteres and her signals for atarthW1W"1Ii1Da" to exact in all particulars. If the resemblance for a perpetual promenaden for six cents_

W at her mast-head, lunch at not only to.suggest the Marshal' this country to each. j

' t.;wbt. !twatmoment a steam-tug an intention to..deceive, but In the levy on a clipped horse to After having'convened for soil* >: *.<1-*',;
: .". calculated to mislead the who time, watching the-gambols: O&be
: public
"t.3"j* ,_ 111.:the aU the canal boat emption bound flannels 'or ;
t: t ,\Yi/i'Green"in tow. which: was then are purchasen of the article, and The United ought to be. small children who seemed to be lost

?t.' .. : istia to'anether' canal- ;the C thus to injure the sale of the goods of the' Eastern in admiration of- Punch-- vi
"t"" '' the proprietor of the original device, patent-toed shoes of the non-commission, officen' who 1
\ ,
il:1' : war
H.'Hart, which in,turn fastened sin decided '
, ma; "gttataileiator'lying: beside *hefeiiMlilji the inf ured party Is entitled redress." plainant and popular he had has -re- were lost in admiration' of 'U UDUf1Ie8. >]
; yet no
two promenaden
i.;, ,,; Scotia at, toe pier. The CONTRACT FOR SERVICES-PAYXHNT ed the cause Is a corn doctor. leave when, our rose toA.
projpellerrof the Nevada at once began Our OF CMTAIN EARNINGS of the they were.confronted by

. '. to rft IjrodllClnc'j. suction andS MONET: PiYiKNr.-an:engineer was firmed the ragged elge for the lady proprietress' who demanded x
"'rr."' 'oemasottonof' the;water' sufficient to employed to operate the engines of a thews in the be adopted in twelve cents. :!

:-; .owii the.Hart to break her fastenings OOJDJl&D7. and .it was agreed.that he process-of the his adapting a The lady searched in her pocket."I :;

r' and the Green to wing'around under was to be paid out of the first earnings enforcing of gestures. declare I have forgotten my port.; .

: 'thejstera. of,jthe Nevada,.where she of the machines. He had settlement has been e la not only a monnale 1" ihe'sald.The '!:a
.'"- '...struck by>> the prepeller and sunk with his employers, and they gave through a nail that can gentleman.searched his'poek .{t

;}i- 'much"injured'and her cargo destroy him a due-bill for the amount due, and There are no One with a eta. .
' ;ed.'There "was- "stern lookout this he which "Upon my word ,I' have don.,taw. Y
i no on on brought suit to which the by an of a trade dollar.
same I" said he also Timghlnr.
y.. the steamship. The owner of the defence was set up that payment only recovered in a ,
('if Green filed a libel against the Nevada was demandable out of the earnings enforced cr confidently This by no means suited the'ytewt 1\t
wife is a Phil- of the good 'J
/. and recovered decree for the damages aforesaid and that.yat nothing had that; whatever woman | #,".had suffered ,in the United been earned. Judgment was entered executions of a saw her on "That is played out. It Is all very: ,

'-" States. Court,, Southern District of for the plaintiff and the defendants ble to the the palace scrub fine for men and Women to come haltt.:

}. .- 'New,York, and?the owners of thedeamahip appealed the c Harkinson vs. Dry Courts. the day and lounge upon chain without .
appealed to the Supreme Plaoer Amalgamating Company sale prevent that he Is a paying. I see no'Joke, I want
::$ Court:of,the United States, which decided. the Supreme Court of Colorado by executions, If his parents my money." {

:= :the, cane_The Steamship Ne which the judgment was affirmed. power of the dishes and tend "Here madam"tskethlr glove and $

f --vs. Q dck-agatast[ them. :Mr. Judge Stone, in the opinion, said : get'ovsr his halln- give it to,toe person who will brine/ .

: .Justice:.Bradley, In the opinion said: "The qestlon Is one practical interest CONTRACT you its owner and your mane)."

t'- *-lTbe'eounsel for.the steamship significantly not infrequently arising In business In an action on ee to keep a So saying he departed. with, his com. *
maker .
; asks: *lea steamship to be ventures and we have been at set up as : hand so that a panion. -
: i precluded from' the nee of her own some pains in its investigation. The been grain given in for over his head Suddenly the blue sky was dark8Decl'with "" *

c i.: means,of locomotion; must she be agreement did not expressly' limit the that the grain and thus avoid clouds which idled themeelro -:
subjected ,to the Inconvenience andexpeiue to the '
payment contingency
in threatening *
i On the trial of a manner and one *j
; of being towed out of the bar.bark' of the machines earning; enough to
promenaden were hardly when
Ocbeltree-the "to gone
The ocean steamship is ofthe" for the services rendered and wear patched ;
one in
pay ,
the contract but it looks large drops of rain began to faU. $,
t: great inventions of the century, the absence of an express limitation ,
of I They hurried along :but had barely .i
f: and one'.of,the advanced instrumentalities it Is not to be implied that the engineer grain in a dub and we reached the $
fendant that it entrance to the Hue'de .?**
of modern civilization; but, I agreed to look to the earnings alone we were engaged Tollsae ''
There when the rain poured down Itorrents ; .
': 'whQst it ray freely exercise its powerful for his wages. The condition can was no and the
passage changed batof
,f; propeller .and sport its leviathan only be regarded .indicating an ex- plaintiff the Supreme was |4000 In Chi a ,small riyer. There was, ,nowhere '. J

proportions'.on the ocean or in deep pected time of payment but not as a dried in his and now we a cab to be seen and companion pe 'r

'.; :' waters, it is justly required sole condition of payment: .aDd as a the great Chicago debtrlana were forced to seek shelter 3}
,:" to i'.observe; extraordinary care and legal consequence of such an agreement opinion, always blamed in ..1}
a wet
testified to one gateway as as,a bucket, of
watchfulness when surrounded by the wages would be absolutely before. water. '
plaintiff to 1
feebler craft in a crowded harbor; due after a reasonable time for fairly to talk of Green The
fence must porter was occupied ,sweeping
.. and, .under;come circumstances and testing the use of the machines. but it's s million back
which Is the water which would soon i i.J
within a limited space it may be What is a reasonable time in all such 'I look on the man's overflow '
tion Is illegal the, vestibule.: ..
required to dispense with its ownmeans' owes la a question for the C urt." down on a slip "
duce a "Madame, you cannot remain here,
of locomotion and resort to #.
BAH&OAD-LIABILITY FDR ACT OFBRAKEMAN This our office win- Yon will catch
mony. ,cold. Come in .
'tewage orother safe and quiet meansof you .-!
IN PUTTING A TRESPASSER and the will be comfortable.",
changing Its position and effecting
i6s'neoasary movements. The canal OFF A TRAIN IN MOTION.-A If one of the to knock down a "I accept your kindness 1" said' "thelady ;'. t1f
; lQuee.'r. -
'. .. boat WM handled with aU reasonable man who had climbed upon a railway action as this York. Why. glancing toward her companion, _
freight car when the train was in transaction r.with practice, and they entered.f
care, and if the steamship had had a
sufficient lookout at its stern the colli- motion was removal by 3 brakeman tion of the ; knock down a car The worthy door I',keeper plaeed ".
upon being told by him that he had do It. chain for his guesU and endeavored h;;
slon would not have happened ; it
no ticket. The train still in
was motion to please them. Addressing the &
could have been prevented." Time organizing socie gen
and the trespasser in falling off agrees not to tleman he said: **<

RATT.nnip DAMAGES FJB NeT Ml through abridge and was injured. who persists in "What do you think of politics fj'
STOPPING TBAm.-A A sued Ha sued for for his "Pa," said
passenger damages injuries If young men "What do yon think your lf?"" $ for the damages and recovered a judgment The his grammar we fear the aode- woe the evasive reply., j|
'he suffered from his inability to take company appealed the case-Marion preacher1"Why Well), ,I think everything would j

a train at...a:'Signal station the engineer vs. the Chicago Bock Island and are; be better If all wen not'so bad. We. %....

S.. ..S and conductor not stopping or Pacific Railroad Company-to the "Yea, sir." remind yon of want reform. I know the 'Emperor

refusing to atop the train. In .this Supreme Court of Iowa which re "You are asked sweetly is ready to gnat all. See here, if P: :"y(

"" die: Morse' .vs. Duncan Receiver- versed judgment. Judge Adams "Yes, I am, flattened under a could get near him I'd show him how' Z:

.Judge Hill In the United States Circuit in the opinion said: "An employer panln'." "No, not pre to go to work!" remarked he.:, .. .

Court Southern district of Mississippi Is liable for the wrongful acts only "I don't me more of Helen "You do not suppose he would ,lIsten .,.J.

,gave the petitioner a judgment when they are committed in the "Why his scaly reply. to yon?'' replied the gentleman.. :},.t

lor HO his actual outlay from the in course of his employment. If the Is a parson talking to the The lady on going to.the door saldt *

convenience, and directed that as that conductor of this train had forced the pun." bulldog, and "Not a cab disengaged?" ;;

,amount had not been tendered by the plaintiff from it while in motion and "Jane" OD: "Do yon ".1. can lend you an umbrella ;yon .J.

Beeeiver he should also pay the costs crossing a bridge, the act clearly his wife, become fond of I wish to go"aid the porter. *
Itappearad the trial that the would under the evidence wood. I I.
on petit of the rules ," replied the dog "With pleasure. ,We will return It :j
toner had given the signal to stop for of the company be deemed to be In can excuse! raw', but he soon," replied the gentleman. -1 t

himself.and,:other, persons; but thconductor the course of his employment, and time for was cooked. It was regular family, root. and. J;'
and engineer testified that that, too, even if it were shown that Arkcuuaw could shelter several ,

they had looked for It, but that none he had been expressly instructed to refuse to stand After having thanked, the, gate- 5.,..
'was 5 given. The Judge said that as eject no person from the train while that we sug keeper for his kindness the couple- ,$.

.. the!signal was given he must believe in motion, and especially at a dan- : rocking chair be left.
that. the conductor. and did place. In the platform in the |
engineer serous one sense specific ; "How "Perhaps I have compromised my J:
not take sufficient notice to see it. act would not be in the course of married?" a number of self by talking polities, before, them.No |
For such negligence the Is his employment but his general instructions candidates have '
company legislator. I do not believe so, they like good.' ass
liable for actual damages only. But to remove tre p&U81'8ou1:1 "Wall boss, to sleep without honest dtizens thought the porter. :tAD

11 these deeD of the road had seen make the company liable. But, in an' you'll hour afterward a lackey brought "1;:

the signal. and then willfully dlsre- our opinion a breakman is not em- married ebery did you make the umbrella back with a letter and a. !

: ,gabled punitive damages might be ployed to put trespassers off a train ters." that strange girl purse, through the meshes of wbjeh.a> ;;t
: awarded.' \ and therefore, that the company is not "How often ?"Second ditto- few gold pieces could be s.en. s*
1 liable here." ten?" home." First M- The letter contained these words e"Thanks
......, ADS MARSe.--A, company had :
.roami" factored" homeopathic medicinesfor Oon' ORDER. -Acarriagemaker "Dt's what I you?" Becend ." ,4:

twenty'yean,'and had sold a seriesof received a verbal order dat's whar 1 strike me at all;. And was signed,' ,

tbktyn$'reaiedlet, put'up in bat- from the agent of F. to make him a fljgerin'. to do it." "The cousin of the Emperor.*' J .,

firs having on them labels and' wrap- family carriage in six mouths the 'dition an' of popping the Leaving the lodge the lackey. 'wait ,.:

t psa bearing the words "Homeopathic price not to exceed f9JO. The work I changed! by an Evans to the garden of the Tulleries,:and ';''!'

i T .Specific," In connection with certain was done, but F. refused to pay for it, can get at de The present cold showing a glove to the proprietress'of. ,

; numben:and references to the dJ and suit was brought for it; value which I has to ask his adored: the chain: {.

sass or infirmities to be remedied 1850 and one month's storage. The Arkaiucuo wish to warm your "Here, madam,' are twelve oentv. .
; -t"No. 1. Fever Have the goodness to return,the alan .
Congestion, Inflammations. defendant was defeated and carried this winter?" ,?
."'A bottles. of the Meincke which his Imperial Highness, Prince' "*.
;r person used about case- vs. Falk-to the and softly mur : -

;' the rue size M,the ,a Dpa Jra.label. Supreme Court of Wisconsin Judge to be a terrible Napoleon, leit with yon in pledge," ,

: .rig tiiem conspicuously"'Homeopathicpedfies Ow lay, in the opinion said: "It "Hortense" said he.Such.

? ,**:and numbering the aeries Is claimed that as the contract was "Throw your an adventure could never have :

f frosa 1 to'40,attaching the complaints not in writing, the amount involved ling!" W,' discovered that happened to King Louis Phlltfppe. |

;". ;to bir remedied.. The company sued being at least ISO It cannot be proven indeed we pull only six-sev who always carried his ,umbreQ,

," :foe" tandaDaoooaDUDgpIareJ's ander the statute frauds. This question recogniz3 a bee can pull wherever he went. '

:f1: -, :;!- \ Spedfle Homeopathic is not without difficulty, and the you to be a When some e I
w IsTsdieine'Company :..Wen-in the decisions of the Courts are by no. three to grow bees as
latter animal will There Is Adam and
;VaBed..Circuit Court for New means uniform. A contract for labor tobacco : an a Christ
4 :;Jeers,and,applied Ibis.preliminary and M 'riOllWU not required to be in peat us to back seat.' But it within all; a natural_and a spirits

.:IIIJ Yettea:i Jndge Nixon' in granting writing; and we are of the opinion waist? Do' )' fool around the sal man, ,whereof the lather of,ear
With ill jtvaU and 'the author;of ;
cos : retioei iaead1''aamter' arms race ogr'flalthsn
that this contract can be proved ver- our are +
r ......___the object; of a'I trade-nark balk.'ss it; Is. for tlaboiaDd services can stretch. '. against the aide the respective emblemvboth la tot :
.. it would be. ii. order of their succesaioD and the_
..... '
,,are'ecaployed Indicate for:without a special contract the carriage wenU'1IDOL; .
; .tom: ;but they may be when theyorigin would never..have'been saann- | press, ifthou any larger.than tore of their mi+rd .-Jo ws.:v..

:-..foe 'or proprietorship In factored In the particular 'manner, znpmlM to be ...... ........

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111. T ...111f..9. a., m.aooat STRANDER'SV. '&
S i m.i tX; .: 6 51 L'III. (Between Titusville and Bockledge.) I NDIAN RIVER LANDS FOR SALE!
:stroll: STEAMERS X
:* ::: .. Fan;; 8.: MAIL

.ld.rMS '':{t',::;. 1:1: and. flttfias 6M. :INDIAN BIVEB, FLORIDA. OH Friai. afitflrPailic Generally .
'.:.;I < i <" Ie" m. o ,
._, Ir 21. p.
The: Fast' Ufht-Dran Steel are invited .
,on file tat; ? .,'. :, I HATE .,

",'.pBoieU&'i8Boeew.(10:9pcaoe: Adver- Steunr"CINDERELLAr to give it a share of their patronage.
; \Street): whereontacts ,.

may to made ford Mrs. "Wm. H. Sharpe, t
....,'JI t. OBJ.f'I.. I., Having ample and splendid accommodations TWELVE HUNDRED ACRES

''J .'N.- 'e .-. '. : for Passengers and Freight, and Proprietress.
,; )1'D8r.Ihe= ,omaix. newspaper arranged expressly for the Mall Service

?.t> rMnfuu-- ,- county.. and navigation of this"beautiful her STEAMER MARION! OF RICH HAMMOCK LANDS FOR SALE Z'

Ord aftfe.JPtef'CMte at 'TUtaaOe, at:8ietd4laMotor. giver: will commence mating
I regular trip.on or about from the Jtrtt to Vie Banning In connection with the DeBary Line. ""I>>-
:$ t. Dumber 1882 betweenTitusville
fifteenth Tvo Trips Weetly.
:.'. .,. ,,: ,. OR LARGE TRACTS.
.""",., .i-, LOCAL. AT.-L. I and Lake Worth! Leaving Sanlonl for Rockledge Mondays IN SMALL. ,
'f.iii'l:' Wiibingtio'a'V.u..-a_T is: today.yatht '
I(Touching at all Intermediate Landings), and Thursdays. ..{2:
t 5fce nc at 0k Hill is to be .
each and alternate day of the
.., *-*edtoday." gawk Leaving Bockledge Tuesdays & Fridays.In t .

& : Wilson fine load ofgranges -0'Ihe order to avoid disappointment to shippers, These lands are situated on the beautiful Indian River, TWO AND A HALF
t, broUgM a
Sflw j-y- CINDEBELLA is probably the
.;... for Bhfppin&Iast Sund y'. most perfectly safe Boat afloat. She has rill jniglit mutt be at Roclledge (Wilkin miles NORTH of Titusville, the County Seat of Erevan county, and ONE mile '"f I' ?

r-l rrA;. heavy' norther for, or soA three separate and distinct Hulls each a son's wharf) Monday and Fridays.Joe. from LaGrange,where a good School and Church Is accessible. :

has lowered the water in the river.'kWaiW. p effect water- 1rt Compartment in itselL H. Smith. Captain, H. P. Wilkinson :
t '., .. She has also all the modem appliancesand & Co., Agents. reblst 6m40
:f ; .R..Moore 'shipped about improvements of steam engineering&c.&c. The permanent survey of the Palatka and Indian River Hallway Is located I

E4hi7:boxes of oranges this weeV.. : J. M. Dixon, through these lands and the great Atlantic Coast Canal, which U being rapidly .

t|.. .-.Our postmaster' canvasses the sealed STEAMER DUCHESSNearly .
;: T1TLSV1LT.K, I : FLORIDA. constructed, will also run close by.MISCELLANEOUS..

..,iyro%" for the postmastenhip Saturday. completed, will make Regular Dealer in

.'> p! 1=Aa 'we go to ,press We hear of the Connections: with the CIXDERELLLA: Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, For terms of sale, address, )I. T. JONES, } .
iCdeath Samuel of Eau Gallie. between
of Houston, Fancy and Toilet Articles.

,1 LA gay: ..time"W&l had at a dance at Titusville and Smyrna. Perfumery Dye-stuns Paints Oils at Titusville, Florida, i

Yk H.. F., Atkinson's last Wednesday i1
Farther in future advertise
,, A:, ,; particulars Varnishes&brushes&almost everything until March 1st after which time address him at Long Pond, Georgia. [42
"" : ment. kept by a first-class Drug House. \
Mr. John Simonson has his boat the :o:- Any drug, medicine or instrument ;

Dutchman and l&The undersigned desires it to be distinctly needed bv customers "
1 ,\ neatly painted
for understood that this line is "not and not on hand, will be ordered. HAVE YOUR JOB PRINTING EXECUTED AT

.launching.Mr.XM.Dixonand _. for a day, but for all time to come"- { Prescriptions carefully compounded .
: lady returned that it is put upon this Boute and River night or day with accuracy and dispatchby
:' -the.: mail boat last Saturday from art as a permanancy, Summer and Winter; competent persons. Iy36 The Florida Star Printing Office. I

trip to City Point, and he respectfully asks the countenance
and encouragment of the people to sustain W. I. MOORE ALL KINDS OF
Nice Orange.Blossom honey, either him in his enterprise and venture, "

: ; traded or in ..the comb, can be p ur- promising on his part to do all that lies General Commission Merchant i
of Andrew Froacher,'at LaGrange. m his power to make it mutually advantageous ,
to all parties concerned. AND DEALER IX
The. examination of the LaGrange Such. Bill Heads,Note and Letter Heads Business Cards Monthly Statements. .1
22tf W. A. L. OSTRAXDER.
1"J o1 :wfll be on the first and second
Envelopes,Programmes,Posters, Etc., Etc. .
(Groceries and #
: of March. The public are invited :..,:
attend. SOCts, Only! 50 Cts. (My! 50 CIs. Only! '

Pew and Furnished at Short Notice. L
Pocket Bible
: Elegant
Mr.F. B. Sackett!doing the repair

see her running in aweekorsobetween This is by far the handsomest and best I

re and Eau Gallic.. Titusville : : Florida.
Bible for the money ever made. It con November 10th 1SSO. tf 47 ELLIS B. WAGER, : : : : : Proprietor. ,
-Hr.L. G. Stringfellow, of Enterprise I

here yesterday with eight good talus both the Old and New Testament ONE MAN'S CASH AS GOOD AANOTHER'S S

: :i laborers. We learn he intends to AT CARPETS MATTING OIL CLOTH ff
translated ,
a large orange grove near' here. out of the original tongues
.. .' LUDDEN BATES'Southern
s Some of the finest liammock1andsFlat iniJ with all the former translations diligently Window Shades, Dry Goods,
; Florida; only mile from LaGrange Music House

1 3 and two miles from this place, are for compared and revised.It Only House in America SellingPianos KOHN FUECHGOTT & Irrl

: ,isle Bead advertisement this page has
a beautiful cloth cover, hand
Y: # -Bemember that you can go to En- -car ... '
,:} e via, 'Norwood's Hack Line for somely lettered in gold on side and also JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

only $3.00' or-from here to Jacksonvillevia %
on red edges and printed in clear
& his Hack Line and DeBary Line for Special attention paid to Orders and Correspondence con il.

$9.00. type containing altogether one thousand cernln Goods. i

i. -It is rumored that Mr..H.J.Faulkner, hundred and \
one four
thirty .
pages. '
of"9ak Hill baa purchased the Lowd Great Inducements are offered to Dealers, ,

House at New Smyrna, and that he will Bibles no better are sold for twice aud

:ffi :take'possession" on the first of May. The & Organs Hotel and Housekeepers.We .
even three times the money we ask for
4', present proprietress, Mrs. Knapp, will On the One Price System.
,have the charge jt until then. this little gem. keep everything imaginable in the line of goods mentioned above.
One Uniform Price to All AM That Tie
V* -It is,with pleasure that we announce "IfhandwuuyijtjorSundaySdoolteacli- I6rIn ordering describe your wants, limit cost of goods and you will receive

f"i. that Mr.J. :M.Stallenwerf, who baa been en and scholars and one lure to be pried.Erongeli8t. ."- Lowest Known.The what you order.

1. spending a week at this place, has rented usual system of selling Pianos and .
the Titus House and will probably keep Organs is for the dealer to charge any 'V ALTON
r.' ,it open all summer. Mr.Stallenwerf and The wonder w, how anything to beautifulcan price he can get for them without regard AVHA-isr & co., }
to either a fair profit or the customers'Interest.
r lady are from Islip, L. L and we hope to be got up to cheap''-Observer. But we are proud to say that PLOW

j. see them. meet with success. If you want a Bible now is the time to this has never been our method selling BRAN
For the benefit of purchasers and to .
-Remember that you can go to Enterprise send for it. One copy of the "greatest of secure them the full value of their moneywe
via Norwood's Hack Line for all books" established at the outset of our buss Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure.
e.. sent postpaid to address
any ness, twelve since
$3JM years
.only ) or from here to Jacksonville
via hisLine and Line on receipt of 50 cents Only. Address: The One Price System.and .
DeBary PREPARED EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and of
'." for 19.00.:; UJTCTED STATES PUBIJSHIXO Co., to this we attribute our immense and Florida. It will vegetable growers
a trade. produce a heavy, but sound and healthy !!1'owtb on growing trees,
....taf prosperous Selling on this square and will supply bearing trees with the food
I needed for
49 North Ninth Street heavy or fruit.
basis, renders it imperative that the crops
TO THE PUBLIC. price IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth aod in the .
.1f. T9 the Editor of The,Florida Star: 22 ly Philadelphia, Pa. be We the are very pledged lowest to that We can always given.have latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.

f Dear Sir-In your, Issue of last week you done, and will always will do it. It's IT IS SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED
,;.; announced -my willingness office,to if the accept people thPoatniutenWp'ofoar Valuable PropertyFor our creed and our practice. No other piano FOR PINE-APPLES. .

--- voted for me as their choice. .Iezpr For Sale and organ house deals on this print WALTON .A
: do so as I was aake ,;,, of my fiends to accept the office and as Thirty acres of land in the City Point ple.Our prices in plain :
are placedon
I understood the majority of the people would Wilmington Del. ;
liked to hare had me tor their new postmas Hammock. Splendid new galvanized every Instrument. A child can buy as .
f ter.' How after CU'etIIl8Dd serious consideration Wire Fence low as the sharpest trader. All other Ask Captain McLean of the .
i: of responsibility:the arduous labor; around twelve acres. Five houses have sloop "Aynef' to bring you a tact of tile
"High and
ti'! and the strict and close attention necessary Hundred young and healthy Orange trees prices give dis .. -
% to be paid for the successful carrying on of
: .. oar Postal Interests.I do not feel as though! Forty bearing trees. Beautiful River The "One Price" system saves time In PLOW BRAND.JXO.
am able;physically,to attend to the .
and is the
,:... as I would like to and therctore.thanking all Front. Six acres as fine cane and banana only satisfactory way I
.". my friends for their honoring me with their land as there is in the state. to buyer and seller;for on the high priceand ANDERSON, of Ormond. Agent for East and South Florida.
;; choice,even though I must decline the honor: Adjoiningthe discount system, even though the
'it. f.I remain,., Respectfully)011l"ll.. land of the Hon. Wm. H. Sharpe. customer buys, he Is not sure that he has
Tttnsvme,Florida JAS.McCOMB.jn., Here is good for bottom prices. A.a EaUaJa P..easr"*'**** red ClIeaI sew
February 21 issJ. a opportunity anyone MAKE tn..wa. Ja thi
... HENS LAY Born aid pale ftwd3i oShwr5woftfc.Mtrmii. '
Advice to Piano and .
.x CARD. desiring to make a good investment, as Organ Buyers. >< Be MTith.t Shu1c1an'CoD "..' the place must be sold. Titles Buy quick. Why? Because an advance nlubl. Yothingon! earth Will mete bens ley like aher idac' are ablOlateIY pure and tmmeuely .
perfect. p 1
Postmaster plAt foo. null z
'';'.', As our ....Mr.John M. Dixon Parties e.egwbere.or sea by mail tor 8 UMUmps. L 3.Joaiai i*co..Boo ,.t
'" ,will on the lit of April, resign the Post- intending to purchase can make --

mastership,, I have, been requested by enquiries of Dr. G. W. Holmes or Hon. ceeds the supply. All the factories are TilE TRADING SLOOP B. C WILLARD
W. H. Sharpe. For terms and further behind orders. Dealers with cash In "AGNES" ,
him and other friends
r;;, many to accept hand cannot Instruments
get as fast as
particulars address A. P. Perham DEALER IX
j the position, but with thanks to one and Quit- wanted. Prices of material and labor are CAPTAIN McLEAN
,Iia1lmust rwpectfuL y decline, man Ga. or R. C. Perham City Point Fla. advancing. The present low prices of Pianos I I I General j]
'$1, JOSEPH E. GKUBEE. confer with Captain Peter Wright of and Organs cannot continue and mil River.Has resumed her trips on the Indian

r- ..... the fast sailing sloop '')fut'' who will not again buy rule In the next ten years. Those I
Plow Bimad. now will save money. Large SUE CARRIES A FULL SUTPLT OF
} carry parties to see the property.OYSTERS. contracts just made with Manufacturerswill Merchandise

.,;.' A full cargo of 3,5OO'sacks of the Plow enable us guarantee present prices Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods, ,
) Brand Manure has .recently arrived in until January 1st 1SS2. After that we :

Jacksonville. The "May Montayne" can.promise Magnificent nothing.stock Delays are dangerous. Boots, te Eats, All orders promptly filled.

sailed last week with 150 sacks for Da' J. ZELLERS Seven Grand now on hand. CLOTHING
Makers. Over 200 different AND NOTIONS.For City Point, : :. ,. Florida w
.tons, and the"Jeannette"sailed Saturday Will ship Oysters, to order by steamerto styles now In our warerooms. Elegant Cash February 1st 6m 40

. with a'full'cargo of Plow Brand for Or- all points on the Indian and SL John's Easiest Pianos Installment$200. Beautiful Terms. Organs $;0. -Only.The S. RYDER.
Sent trial.
mond almost the entire Rivers in shell on Captain thanks the public for their
. cargo being ordered or gallon. Every Inducement that any responsible tronage heretofore bestowed and hopes to pa
.t..:,.:".. for immediate use. Jacksonville None but bedded Oysters in large or House can offer. Competition with the &share of their favors in the future. 46 receive Has just received and ROCKLEDGE.continues
world. to keep
; yfj. ,is gay as a country fair, houses doing a small orders Don't fall to send for our Cata- NO In stock a full 'I'
.:. F logues and fall Price Lists, 1SS2. Address NO PAY. complete stock of Groceries
good business stores driven to death. Will also Turtle
! ship to order.
: Boots & Shoes
.'. Wen & Bates' Scuta Me PATENTS Obtained for 1eehanle&l de. Hats A Caps In
t.f. ,Many fine new hnHHinM,_and a generalappearance .For further particulars address Home, and Labe All Ti prel1m1n< r! _. of prosperity. It marks the SAVANNAH, GA. as to patentability of examinaUons of '
If J. Zellers, The Great Wholesale Piano& "Guide for inventions free Oar every description. Ask: for whatever ,
Organ Depot obtaining Patents" Is
I ,' .-prosperity of the State. tf 26 St.. Lucie, FIa. ojthtSouth. everywhere.Solicitors Address-.LOCl3BAGG sent&free CO. you may want. One price to all. 'Canned :;1
f' of patent ,
Washington D.C. Goods of
every description a specialty.i .
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