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:
March 1, 1883


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


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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:'Correll Bay About the 'AtC Special Col' Epond Doe ol the STAB. Swamped and Drowned." List of Premiums Awarded at Our WASHINGTON .LETTER. 'f

tl i sitie *Botte'" 'to' Isdiaa ' .JACKSONVILLE FLA. Feb. 23, 1883.. Jacksonville Times-Union list nit. "* State Fair. (From our regular corre.pondent.)

''representative' of 'the. fime+Union I have just had the pleasure. of meetingCoL Last evening a party of nine men,com- List of Premiums awarded by the van WASHINGTON, D. C. Feb.17,1883.

: fiewed CoL L Cpiyell somewhat in- Coryell General Manager of the F. posed of Messrs Glover;Christopher Mur- ous Boards of Judges at the Eighth Annual Montford C. Berdell, one of the defen- ',

='d 5fJ, +/, Qjit e Everett yesterday,. .in. re- C. B. & T. Co. who gives me a very favor phy, John Bishop,Archibald Lonie;Jack State Fair, held at Jacksonville, dants in the so-called star-route cases and i
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' k:.[. ., taTia' 'canal''' now being cut to connect able account of the progress of the .work Giblin, Capt. Payne and three Jacksonville coloredmen February 13th to February 17 inclusive: one of the persons convicted at the.last. "
1 ,' the canal the Ma- all employed on the N. O. Fansler's Premiums. trial in
iI the waters of the ,Matanzas, Halifax cutting connecting I yesterday plead guilty opencourt
=tiodvtndtin'Bivers! and open to steam anzas with the 1JJ.msiy.a 1d Indian' Bivrs. St. Augustine and Halifax Railroad,after DEPARTMENT A-EXHIBIT FRUITS. Shortly afterwards he was placed .

: 'navigation the populous:'villages and He says they'have found no extra- completing their day's labor, left from First premium to Greenleaf&Pomeroyof upon the'stand and proceeded 'to testify ,

'fruitful'groves along their several banb.1. ordinary difficulties in the way-neither the Company's wharf on the oppositeside Spring Grove, Orange County; second to his knowledge of the alleged conspiracy.: :

"Cot:Cbryell Is the engineer of the scheme. [uicksand or rock-and,expects to have of the river, in a row boat'for this premium, to C. B. Magruder, of Bock He was still under examination when the

tr Bfe says their dredge is no win the flats the canal cut to tht Halifax by 1st of'Unanext city. When they reached the middle of Ledge, Brevard County; third premiumto court adjourned. ''The news of, 'his confession -

",in %valley, (/sllIatta'CompraJJreek," .1' A steamer 135 feet long is the river a swell struck the boat, knocking B. F. Sims, Orlando, Orange County; spread rapidly.oyer the city, and

.leaking the land cut that will connect thewaters expected at St. Augustine. next week, two of the men from one side to the fourth premium to J. R. Cunningham, of the interest in the trial which has been ,

of the Mat*"***_with the'Halifax which will make daily trips from St. other,.which had the effect to almost cap- Sumter County. There was no exhibit ofpincapples more or less dormant during the nine .or ,)

.This cut is four miles in length, and he Augustine to the Dredge boat, carrying size the boat which filled with water, bananas and strawberries to ten weeks of itsmonotonous, continuance :

reports the character of the material to be excursionists and supplies. So the long and almost immediately sankSeven of compete. For Judges see department A. suddenly revived. The court room became
'' .F looked for of the the men clung to the boat and were saved DEPARTMENT D.-GARDEN AND FIELD object of usual
, tienpvedasvery favorable.,They are now, means easily reaching ah more than interest
*;. *,. .Be thiIIb, on the sixth mile of cut made Indian River seems about realized at last. but Mr. Glover and a,colored.boy by PRODUCTS. as was speedily filled with a large and

.*r since commencing operations in December Respectfully T. P. W. the name of Whitehead, were drowned. Sea Island Cotton-First premium, to attentive crowd of spectators. It ,is expected -
4'.'> The men who were saved were picked up L. B. Lewis Branson, Levy County. the House of
last most of which has been through the Representatives will
; The A. C., I. R. and St.J. R. It. boat and the
by a passing brought to
Upland Cotton-First premium, to B. at two night sessions 'the
open waters of the Matanzas River,which more complete
The line of the Atlantic Coast Indian ,
Mr. Glover of the victims
city. :one
bad to 'be' deepened to reach the land P. Green, Quincy, Gadsden County; second legislative appropriation bilL This will "
River and St. Johns Railroad from En-
and had resided in this
was an engineer
to John Bradford of Brad-
leave two additional
cut where they are now operating. only appropriationbills
terprise to Titusville has been surveyedand
several He about
i. He Speaks encouragingly of theirprospects city years. was thirty fordvillc, Leon County; third premium, to be reported-the sundry civil and .
'very located, and the work of gradingwill
of and here from Indian .
years age came to J. F. Tucker of Monticello Jefferson The
for an early completion of the the deficiency. river and! harbor bill ;
be commenced This
an early day. Eiiver. He leaves a wife and son, about
*T connections with the 'Halifax and says County. has been reported, but has nor yet been J
road is to be built by Mr. F. de Bary '
six of to their untimely
years age, Cotton-John L. D.
the companyhave a steamboat en route Judges on Inglis, acted upon. A number of members 'do
and we are assured that it will be com- loss.
which will be the line on arrival \mbler'V., G. Robinson. not believe it will
put on. pass.
and for nextseason's
pleted thoroughly equipped Mrs. Glover had not heard of her husittnd's -
as a supply and passenger boat over the business.Time-Union. DEPARTMENT E.-TABLE LUXURIES. The ways and means committee has .
t death when the arrivedat '
thirty miles now open to navigation. .'.'. reporter For best loaf of bread by young ladies instructed Mr. Randall to ask for a suspension -
Parties from the Halifax. have already Temperance Wins a Victory in the her house and was playing happily under eighteen years of age-First premium of the rules on'Monday next to '

..made arrangement for, the carrying of Assembly. with the little boy, waiting for .papa to to Miss Hattie Wilkinson, Bock pass a bill already reported to the Houseto

' freights, by this route and hauling from Jacksonville Times-Union 23rd ult. come to supper. It was a very touching Ledge, Brevard County, 10 years old; sec- prohibit the importation of adulterated -

'the terminus as they progress, as the TAT.T.AWARSF.E FLA., February 22. picture to the newspaper man, who call- ond premium, to Miss Nettie McMillen, tea. The Senate committee on commerce -, ._ .
The Assembly to-day adopted the majority ed out a neighbor and asked him to
Fort Reid third
cheapest and most expeditious. There : Orange County; premium having the same bill under con-
is no question: .but the opening of this report of the Temperance Committee break the unhappy news to the little to Miss Eugenia Tucker, Monticello, sideration, has agreed to press the imm&C,
k being a substitute for Assembly bill
family. Jefferson County.Old diatc of the House bill when it
channel of steamboat communication, asGovernor passage .
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number 168, and passed the substitute .'
Bloxham said in his message, Murder at Fernandina.On Ladies' Sweepstakes, Bread-First reaches the Senate. > .
without amendment, by a vote of 46 to premium to Mrs Col. Morgan, Green Cove President Arthur who left for New"
fisTnot second in importance to any public the morning of the 21st ult., murder -
improvement in the State." It will 22.The that was committed on board the steamer Spring, Clay County., York last night to be one of the pallbearers .

also be one of the most popular tourist bill provides a license to sellliquors City of Bridgcton, while lying at a wharfat Honey premium-To W. S. Hart, New at exGovernor Morgan's funeral,
be the Collectoron
routes, in addition to the, immense may granted by Fernandina. A colored man generally Smyrna, Volusia County.For was quartermaster general of the State on

freights to and from this heretofore pent a permit from the County Commis- called "Boot," got into a quarrel with largest and best collection of Preserves his gubernatorial staff during three yearsof

?up region, which; by many, is considered sioners, based on a petition signed by a another colored man and deliberately -To Mrs. Mayo Dak, Clear Water the war, of which office his title of .
of the voters of the
majority registered
.the garden spot of Florida.Time-Union. walked up to him and stabbed him to the Harbor, Hillsboro County. General is a souvenir. He was entertained -
.,. ,. district in which they are to be sold. heart. He lived only about thirty min- Special premium from N. O. Fanslerto by Governor Morgan at his Newport ;

'' .LATEST TELEGRAPHIC- NEWS. The signatures of the signers are to be utes. "Boots" was immediately arrested Sarn'l Spearing for exhibit of an old home last summer, and deeply feels his

:,. -The losses by-flood at .Cincinnati will verified by two witnesses under oath. A and lodged in jaiL time cotton gin at work,A dinner set of penona11.08 by the latter's death. It L .

\ exceed $LOOO,000.f. copy of the petition is to be reportedtwo .'.,. 56 pieces; also, by State Park Associationan one of a chain of providences which have
., weeks before the hearing, at the coun- award of $10.
The Agricultural College.J. thePresident
the of
ivicta visibly depressed genial spirits
.f "The c in the prison at Sing Sing
: ty site and in said district precinct.The ,
jf Wofford Tucker in a letter to the State Park Association Premiums. this year beginning with the
'" (N. Y.) have. revolted, refusing to work. license is .
subject to be revoked by :
Tallahassee Floridian goes for the Fernan- DEPARTMENT A-FRUITS. sudden death of Minister Allen, at 'thE
Four more of the cadet officers at An- the Commissioners for causes enumera dina J/Trror the Exhibit 1-First premium for best col-
on Agricultural College Executive Mansion, on New Year's mor-
tlnapolis: have been reduded to the ranks ted. It. forbids the sale of liquor to and
matter. He says: I do not know what lection display of fruit grown in .ning. .

x for mutiny.! drunkards and minors; and provides for that journal,means by "an agriculturalcollege Florida, awarded to C. B. Magruder. dip- The growing and grasping monopolies .

.'The great iron house of John V. Ayer's a notice by a wife, husband, parentetc..; per <<." loma and $50. in this country, though managed with

$f Sons, of Chicago, has failed. The liabili- not to sell ; and forfeits the license if the All that the statutes, State and Federal Exhibit 3-First premium for best collection adroitness in many respects, seem incapable -

ties are estimated at $2,000,000. notice is disregarded. The existing pen- and and display awarded to ,
ever contemplated, was a. literary oranges of learning the lesson of self-preser
alties for selling without a license are to scientific institution of in A. P. Roberts & Son, diploma and $15.
r The Light-house board has reported high grade, vation. The railroad kings when they i
against the transfer of the Light-house be rigidly enforced. *.. which careful instruction should be givenin Second premium for above, awarded to add another road to their combinationsexult

service to the,Navy Department. The law does not apply to existing these studies more particularly relatedto G. S. Hardee, Rock Ledge, $5. over their increased power to extort
licenses, which are good until the time agriculture and to mechanics. In the Exhibit 4-First premium for best
The U. S. steamer, Ashnelot, has been from the people. When the telegraph .
has expired. former would be included agricultural peck of oranges of one variety, awardedto .
S wrecked. The officers were saved, but monopoly absorbs a competing line the '.
eleven of the crew were drowned. The bill granting a charter to the Flor- chemistry, analyses of the soils, and the Mrs. Mary Turner, diploma and $10. cost of the purchase is expected to be ,

t A named Williams ida Ship Canal Company was passed by germination of seeds and growth of plants Exhibit 5-First premium for best one drawn from the pockets of its patrons. .,

negro was hung the Assembly to-day, with amendments trees, etc., in an experimental garden. hundred oranges, awarded to J. B. Cun- The monopolists congratulate themselves
Monday night at Tellersburg,Indiana, bya
mob.. He had Mrs. providing that the Company shall have This would concern only the class in agri- : ningham' $20. upon having fastened, their grip firmly .

7' in her own house.outraged a Taylor all the benefits which might be acquired culture.In II Exhibit 6-First premium for best two upon the, people and seek only to use

under the General Incorporation Act, the latter would be taught mechanics boxes oranges, awarded to E. H. Hart, their increased power for selfish purposes.
.The courtof inquiry in the Jeanette and shall not receive any donation of proper, including architecture, civil $10.Exhibit The nuiuber.of men in Congress who now

v arctic'expedition fully exonerates Captain Florida lands from the United States engineering, telegraphy, etc., of interest ?-Firsl premium for best advocate. the establishment of a govern-
DeLong from blame, either in management Government C. the seedling raised in Florida (ten
,, especially to class in mechanics. orange ment system of telegraphy is much greater -
or plans. It also pronounces the .. ,. exhibited awarded to Mathew
specimens )
Along with such, instruction, all the than a year The ranks of. those
The Deepest Sounding Ever Made in ago.
; ;Jeannette a seaworthy vessel, and that any the Atlantic. branches of learning usually taught in J. Phillips, diploma and $10. who urge the regulation of railroad -

other in her place would have perished. From the New York Herald (Feb. 15.) schools of high grade would also be taught. Exhibit 8-First premium for best dozen traffic by law have been largely. increased.The .

Seventy-seven men and boys were lost The coast and geodetic survey steamer Here is a grand opportunity for our navel oranges, awarded to E. B. Ma-. : growth of the sentiment -in Congressin

by a land slip near Braidwood, HI.,on the Blake swung along side the long dock at people', without costing the Common. gruder, $5.Exhibit. favor of government telegraphy and 'It .

16th ult. The weight of the water from I the Brooklyn navy yard yesterday 'morn- wealth one dollar, to have one college to 9-First premium for best doz- of railroad legislation represents the in- "

the recent floods causing the ground to ing after an absence of sixty-seven days. dignify and bless the State. To divideup en Mandarin or tangerine oranges, awar. creasing opposition of the people to mo

.cave in and deluging> the mine. Many The Blake left here early in December, the little endo'rnlentfund is to dissipate ded to E. H. Hart, $5. nopolies.In .
of the ''men leave widows and and since then has been engaged in run- our means and accomplish nothing. Exhibit 10-First premium for best the United States Berate yesterdaya

f children ning a line of deep sea soundings and The strangest thing is, that a man having Maltese blood awarded to F. H. Hart, $5. report was made from the finance committee -

The; steamship Moro Castle, of the serial temperatures from Bermuda to capacity to edit a newspaper, should Exhibit 11-First premium for best in faver of the purchase of Arlington -

.. Clyde line, running between New York the Bahamas, and a number of lines nor- oppose so wise and benevolent a purposeas display of oranges on one limb, awardedto from Gen. Eustis Lee. The tariff

., and Charleston was.totally destroyed by mal to the latter islands. She comes the establishment of such an institu- Thomas Shelley of Palatka, $5 bill was taken up and all the amendments .

,file'on the morning of the 21st ult. Theo 'back with the distinction of having made tion for the youth of our State. Exhibit 12-First premium for best peck proposed in committee of nhe whole disposed .

.t >15 ers.and creW, had a narrow escape the deepest soundings ever before madein The reason of the failure of such insti- lemons, awarded to J. R. Cunningham, of. A motion to increase the duty .

.only saving what clothing they had on.them. the Atlantic Ocean. On the .19th of tutions at any point can be shown to be diploma and $5; second premium for on iron ore from fifty cents to'one dollara r

: .. She had on board a cargo of cot- January, in latitude 10 41' north, longi- that the funds have been diverted, per- above, awarded to Col. F. L. Dancy, $5. ton was voted ,down. 'In the House :

, ion and)was almost ready to sail for Newt tude 66 24'west, about 105 miles north- verted, misused or stolen. Let us be Exhibit 15- First premium for best: the conference report on the Japanese '

'York. The loss of vessel and cargo is west from St Thomas the lead did not wise and try to be honest" dozen grape fruit, awarded to J. B..Allen indemnity fund bill was adopted. The
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,estimated at 300000.. touch bottom until 4,561 fathoms of line $3.Exhibit tariff bill being under consideration, a
had been out. The ) Strawberries are selling in St. Augustine 27-First premium for best
Hon. E.D. Morgon former Governorof paid greatest depth motion to place sugar on the free list
for $1.00 per quart. display of Japan plums, awarded to W.
New York died at his home in New heretofore found in the Atlantic has been was voted down. At the evening session

York on the 14th inst. The Washington 3,062 fathoms. The location of this soun- The annual regatta of the St. Augustine W. Hart,$5.Exhibit the consideration of fhe legislative appro-

J/Io' l' Goaniy; Poet says of him: "In all the, va- ding was close to that of the present one, Yacht Club was to be sailed on the 27th 33-First premium for best priation bill was resumed in the committee "J

. V'sled relations of life he has and was made by the Challenger, which, ult., the weather permitting. two boxes oranges packed for shipment, of the whole, AUGUST.
acquittedLrmself sent out the of awarded to Greenleaf & Pomeroy,Orange .'. .
well and earned the commendation by Royal society England, Pensacola will soon have her long- e-
:of his felloWs. made soundings in the Atlantic betweenthe sired wish consummated. The streets and County, $10.JudgesC.. Gainesville. is to have an artesian- well.
His record
'." ;; man is without a stain and it as is a a public record -. years 1872 and 1876. dwellings in a short time will be lighted J. Kenworthy, A. L Brid- A grand ball came the Magnolia
well G. W. Dati8.
4'S with House, St. Augustine, on the 16th ult.
,, of valuable work well done. The Florida Improvements. gas. for the best and
Special premium most
funds he honorably i earned as a merchant WASHINGTON February 22.-Senator The Sanford,lour w./says that Col. Ar- varied exhibit of farm Mrs. Frank Leslie, of New York, with ,

t, he has wisely used to benefit his race. CALL this morning, submitted an amend- thur A. Esdra, of New York city,I has farm by farmer products awarded grown on a party of three visited Jacksonville, ,
o one anyone to r
" :7' ;tHe. via not great in the forum, he was ment to be offered to the River and Harbor purchased the Wellslager grove for CoL John Bradford, of Leon County,$50. Tuesday the 20th Inst. i
. '. j* ju>coiner of smooth phrases and no jug- bill, appropriating sums for improvements $10,000,. one of the finest groves in Orange =-4-'... Prominent Jacksonville men are"urge- 1

.l gte.with,words,'but he could follow the in Florida waters, aggregating county, and is| now"preparing plans for Beautiful skin, and fair complexion, ing upon Congress the necessity of appropriating ..:'

pith of duty,and follow it with energy $976,000; $500,000 of which is for the St. an additional cottage to be erected'during robust health, and powers of endurance $5,000 for the St. Johns Bar. J

,1. and perseverance that. few men were Johns River, and $100,000 each for Cum- the summer for his occupancy next win- follow the use of Brown's Iron Bitters. Punyv weak and.sickly children, need .f!

Y' !' capatte of. He leaves behind a memory berlatfd Sound, Pensacola Harbor, .and It is now known that 80 persons lost The market at Gainesville is supplied Brown's Iron Bitters. It will strengthen :.!

1) inat honors the State In which he lived. Key West s_ their lives in the Braidwood mine disaster. plentifully with strawberries. and. invigorate them. ," '1.

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I I II I..e wen fa tI Lw 1.:.+C3. W. scanedi!t -w.i t +7.s.... :J:: : Lij tig3ateL ls+.... d:: TXM t: t ss ;. --l'n.... i

f 1Jib F&stY: tartans ca truces ef 1:1': .1 b Jt : k:z.a. eel L-e to LItr
r I It t i i w :t it eas.
.t t "- Lt r -wise cati.. net. Tn> ; i arses g tissi WM *, a..aa-.

.1c.e--t4_ L ahc unr.Mr2t !' 5 isi lUT bxs ;:,. Wj.5.l-iiII.d ..
? .t rs a.: ae-g id :cosec r. ti expwtSrt .
r :3.fnea tbs red ta rssrain crder ccet s.cwc aC-d3 J- Q n :x ..'\

y, S iKh--.g ITXC, .::sk :1tr.e''acdparTtf It .c:=t in d* srsritaz aii Tcsfl It &&.:. Ti.* Wtii .aJ.... I

r i !f: rei fts 'Y 'f": tr:: c.ob'' th? tsrytra cJacardai ha. stays wh ri tx.=t i s.:1 C.t. :] ..t ... '

: ::.* wake d its boat was a I Ukir J iZrosg exert:**, .Ub; :ltI7 :ZU: ;z l-" 1 #zcpeltk{'

I: t wY;1 r.P., lot a raC t fs:r lao t..t i, J.'iL; kct ctb-n Lei tijitast 3c? ; :r.:: i: bot .t.: "I. ::.iQ ..

i + :? a.J.. WAd Ih. : I: rdt.g: ..zd Lo =oKjy in ti* Even- i k"d: OTtr uI

"I I WM Tery Hz t:. say way, ate i if w.1 i 1:.;, &:.1 Ga! er jiy ard lt ..1t "' ::ao5 : .aI." '"

I Ltd Scat MTI, it wccla bare teen e_"I| eGCL:! b tUn a1 ni tt (rira'S+p. aIwial; irittty ..,.asa

< tend down as attlr o. I ;'MTtot i i ito a: cl-i.1 Frtc'ttae wkfcfa za rd t* le ecJCtc ..n u., t--- pns.e: :" :

,i *f were?, :o be: so sal:oe,tct a t*. I I t l"' 1.:; ar.t Sraibl a1 t.:CG3.. ::.f =r &::.e-.s. r a.: ..,_ .
errs a:.-t tai a trvit bisT = flrXe :"La:1, .A;:
OQI!r sea as we ger ;eraSy jref r beia, b S roc u.r _

t> r sees ; &o( a toll tract, not a ,, few wr..ub: they 2cczd r giar lor?

: "I Iw-, U: a WtLjc sewin, cr rah I II iwhits t ad *ti2 stalk acch nicer and beceri

: f I I I trwt, bet a Nof wtf'aa, of a icr their b-altn. Twj er the !adtbej ; Art Notes.

$= ra I I kind of in own, diStreat: frxa an ofttets. eccid aa::1 and wuk H3i*. ,F -
It wi& the irst of thu i iI I
y rrtny bb them than withcat and
rT'tr iafc fxbHxtxa cf J&7"errsd ,
)a I{I 2&ove>3,c* Iz TIrfr.1XDh''! their '
!( Leah n aHd wfeezerer tiey j ands
eTU at ttwis a :rot cpr .....,
I|I pocsdj to the t.!!Te poczdi which pT 1: Tp HAST: had h =3 i: urder J Jvxsjt I ecn d PoL, 4[.l4SF .'

td tU irx r iYaf. r1srkd: fn tr'tsteh d kird cf casrprjlsJcc, tat L d '' :a.:. .

t* fl/ttisj Hsi, gcoi to IvA at. g YA to t41tree to like it, ever s.!'...erj 4t van : ,

:. I I : :, acd as good to eat when we j j.; treatment a: nr*?. A J I ii.1 Ar!, : An f'l itrian crocp by Rat ..

< I *, tried tftm. FicaHy IE it! rhtltower I[ tie pfcDo jber! g"' Diet' ta* wCt; teen eIII: in brssxe &rCo etly.,

., I water a: the cpj.r end a f.tb took nee. : cf it in this dItr :oca. : had. It rers L.,.:.:.'

welch !rem t* WAJ "",".ee-' My pfei:. mopay: aiociitli :ha.: aU E.a.rl 0: .. "'-...,.. .'

thing rise acd proved to be a te-I]Iwear I ibe** y?\: rsfaa of persccal EX-
re-I I tact, like what thy take ia .!>r ., -\.1'tar AZO Q o.t11 Victoria botovM V.
= I pn ii e, 'iilb their vxrlaUocs in de-
only 1X3I cmea the iIiGkhg :. .c.! we Ns.t: taor a.cdy the rtall4
: email a.: th* wait r, we I IM" ]I a.a. are werJi inicit ly more &r to call Itself the SLjytL TaW cosier:
: wen: Au, swianralajr lefcrsrely trictkaj pcrpceM than all the talk .
near the scrace Uttng ies. We about prrstkge, Q aeee 'a:tea{
a It&Ip sad
etiatr.ima asapsriy d "* e
crpoed ocr sptnninx facile sad took Ui the cfiplc.mA et cec&tezinipw .
t'V of chests (which var/ a great '.t"
our fly rods and praH&tly we were
!:e. pulling la than, the blood royal of tsiAni I t I dea11a.tcn.1J1h nacre and anatomy, 'a The workshops al Pad in whits H .
't.. But ,Lii
of the fresh water. as if trey I sad the been aoa actfnglY
bad '
I aLyastiored e5=c: of j j E
had been so many Thais Club. "Iattrty the Wodi
1 d i ondoJy tijhUacin?. wtkh proves'nothing are thrown opes to Tuitnes oa Z'LaiEdspt
." StroUin tat lt+tl!. S ich a m:.hied* j
English and Ea
I'I ; Players. irdays Unlearn tbnt(
of of all I
I a persons ages and kL di canrot the artiitic fraternity A email mtratifee
: b. I I r The ecsspany live wherever theyi possibly be either mistaken or'Ijini b aZZed. .j

I I can the lodging anID6rkln g about the fact of their own good j '

: people cf the neighborhood, health, or that of: their children, pupils I I F.I has ,been deced tvtteAeademie

I j sharing the kitchen at a ai:gtneuu"l schoo&UoTi. listen, mocher* I des Beax A.m. byalUflm

I. with the natives for the sake of chetpi and friends notwithstanding or in .j rity over Crsatr Her tie'mad lent. ";

.. ; I new. Fancy tragedy queens presiding cot 1'1Zce of their ha ring been con rix t to take the pboe Jooiroj,WMM '

''f., over tea and tler txnqaets: cr Praline tricted into the smallest circuaferer ce papal he aaee waa. FjJ -. fervwMtaa -

,.1 I ,the prooJ teaaty of Ljct", ate they coold bear: for manyyer t cfthir in 1S31, and haa serenl nae wake to '-

!; : ,, I.of her pride over the wbia-tub, cr: lira. I;is very nay :o be m..i.1 I I the Ltzembooix.

lake riUi her *: **;fI1: tacked np and I taken in auribating etiergood or bad
I.i I 4 I &udryfa<< pietars In teI opera-boss ,
praetlciDj jlojed In ciilaj tooifc- health to a particular oiie, bat the
be '
I at Paris hire been deacset by A THJ ,
I I ;.
Lsttdtreadtotaynathiagafliicha: :d fact cf it cannot: be dcu 5tfa. Ani "
: e: ilL aziiitln? in the domacirri: e [ that, with rcadry medical letters J lpe procesa in c.w with cashes sad .
paul painteu bar bIa'
s y ty peeling poUtoe:e! All this, togetherwith inch a* I hive alluded to, is the >on> cleansed with bread.; they The .ltiesaana'reports
an o'cuional glknp of faded mary of all those sacra containing
: that they haTe acs:nine!mask
stage finery Lien Ug with pot pans, any Personal expir nce. There were lean N
i damage than
e>:c11, auortei crockery, and mintnjr one or two abut ladies who had obstiastely mppa ;;0
: r I
& 0: ajrlcaltaraJ: implemeata, aal you I peraiaied, in the face of A Try I&rJ't cam ha been rea&M '
bare a picture atoncennlqaid by manifest warnings: that they were inJiriag for the
: e materfas of an aid hoer{{!a
no means rare. As a specimen of the taeir health, and of coarse did Paris in addition to aolNot >,t191L
art rsqilred to make their small fonds so.
in the process of cemotttlon. >
go as far as poeeible with regard to I remember reading yean art in an The old beams Went .*fJ '
a* marketing, the following fact is a fair extract from some medical newspaper
sought by cabinet-maker*, the led of
t sample. FOOT young meu lodged together I think that the Enpress of Austriawas the roof
wu a mhle,,'WOrD of art wets
: At in the same house, sharing, in killing herself with tight-laciDg, found behind the wain ootand maiUt

addition to the usual kitchen,a double for she happened to be ID, and was mantels and BtalrcaM dooitf mad'win!

I bedded room, and as they stared the fAm'JUJtorthenJI..nn-her wa. t- dow-trsaa found
a market at tool 't
room in wirt.o they lived with regard which seems to be specially cultivatedthere figures.

; .: as i ta food, each pair choosing whatever and is even enforced on boys as ",

a articles of consumption suited well. as girls,according to a gentlemanwho Mr. George dnMaorter, of Lot oa

.. .r. them best. On one occasion they al was at school in Vienna, and per, hu acknowleiied the dedII

n I went together one HjUnrday night to learned then to laced as lion of College 'uta."a pQbJlcIU-

: ) purchase Alter Sunday's dinner. tight At possible In long and stiff stays, fret; the Cb&andws >ee little wandering about
I among though he wsa very.angry it at first, writes: "I can heartily oobfratelito
the butchers' stalls
one ere
couple per- was the case with many others of the artist on their work. The tseoao '
chased a small roast of beef .
the br.v
*-menUoned .rt: :n. Well, tion and composition aaem basset
looked quit a picture of mixed red she Is
now a grandmother, and we are meat cases excellent and it is deUfht
and white-20 much s), in fact that
I tcldevery year: that ihe U atiU ml
the other couple dtdded toe uf also conspicuous to see goof p"' !:::-+ork from jooaf
In '
r r tnT/M-h for her hands !
Lucie: tA 110 great a leases
and the caterer for '
the second pair to
Ia.. his riding and her fl jure. tendency to use washes and trust t* .
companion's astonishment, selected In one cf those
letters old the
, an lady of en rarez's interpretation." *"
a piece perfectly lean
eighty-five SId that she need to be
the act of this ecanomic&I reason :
be contracted into fifteen inches whea
Their beef is so mixed that! most she The stone cross brought by Char>as1'
was and
young, indeed the
cf: it will turn to dripping, which the ef their own compass from Teotihoacau b'creating some u..
tor from
dtemect in Ptfls. It isaboat4ftst 4bJgb.
landlady manages to crib. Now, oursIs to fifteen snubs
t wag often spokenof
all lan. and as both pieces are done up to about forty years thick-set, with a relief on one tl tits
y together in one tin oar meat gets the very early times ago from faces in the shape d A blanlld
t 11 as.tbelstandard to be
benefit of their tat, and we lose none aimed at by' ladles and Greek cross, and on the base,W'
I : e o' the flesh Well, now,Saturday reached and fr.-quently crosses In relief. M. Ha. X.pit,
t={ occasionally even thirteen of the Trocadero' tislit
' ; night has arrived the booth Is ready, ; but more In foreign Musenm, holds ,

': : a crowd assembled and the company than this, though there was countries Ie an emblem of Tlaloc, god of lUllS i:,.

1.;;. '; e out on parade. Th women pac backward fession! of it In the]book on one con and rain,one of the oldest of Mexfcttgoda.

e and forward, linked Ir.nln arm figure- The pleWnc of sash ac- u
training. 'Of
course, I am not advocating
'..:'.' x* rod are dressed with little ornorelgard those extreme Mexico caused the Spaniards to belief

xM: =:.; d to the unities of time or p lea. dangerous redactions,and but'only foolish and J 1 I that at.Thonu.: whom they identiflvi !s
Look there for matinee with QaeU\coalhad praoededCbrb 1
f:,:: '* at that boy- the fact that ladles lived long and ta .
t ant y in )Iexlco.'i. !:

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'(" .".' "' '''1.t..:, t often looked npftther:with ,-,.A HIt
:.i jilt gitDtettooe sign I r ikefrom bitais be felt flnt In e
1 Plant is
better known its
!'tM' lt.j. by Arabian
.. AncooTY
1" aU *" ee P4VC&-Vak. ,a ..drawnut&ir.
r WtUaP IJ. recognition. one then In another and final
fli :j II pocket; : ;
name henna It is
-:y.: c' .. ;: sines and add to it two or'tbree ; a tall shrab,"whose
**The other ly grasped: nV list'-and fled from the
passenger I could
not white and
Ii""iareap yellow"flo'iera
t ; -tibpo of : grow In
teasppoDfols anchovy paste. Wnen
... .... BaakeoutfttalL Be WIll elderly;commonly looouThe playing ,..nt.oa-. tor.. clmurt like familiar
; ....... : it thickens remove it from the fire our lil c.J The
tbI '
i**'**};: _..at1M"\7 .H.if.of ..*... "fcaSXT'1 Mir and 1 heavy whiskers. His plerathR they 'went out, ".lnl'OGI the at- you It.:- may, add- limon, Jaloo, ',if yon like these fragrant blossoms in wearIng their- ..
.&1i-: .....:........ ..L..... eyes were frtqwitly placed on tendants the old keen eyed gamblerand hair or their bosom ; but it is. as an .
;,I. j'f; ;..r--Ji.-.".......-..._..-__-,-",'_.t.jt.( the silent young married couple. And myself, present. 'Something-annndefinable Eirau POUND CAKE -Ole poundof ancient dye that the plant has 'come

k'rF .-p-.a.lII'IPI... ; 1 then he seemed as utterly oblivions ofthem feeling of interest in the butter, one pound of sugar .one into special notice. ,The dried leaves

'.'.' ,...s.1&11 delight as they of him. What ttras. his unhappy young man'who had left the pound of Sour,twelve eggs, one poundof I of the henna were crashed 'and 'made

.r-jJ. '.. j d1Iir...-n "!_ .mortal" and. pedestrian't nationality? Was he with them or.a house in snob ,despair a short lion raisins three pouuds of currants into a paste with water/and applied to

n:'r -t-_ .... i W:btoomini hW'aa' Ja18l stranger like myself fl.could not before-held:me there., I must see if halt a pound of citron, half a pound ofalmonds the palms of tbe hands to the nails of

w-w-ra.--." tell And the more I looked the more he returned.. I a'gill,of brandy. Bake likePalmetto fingers and toes and to theh air If
tip f4 aDd ..eloe1ped1oI' Suddenly the door opened and be cake. -
a.lied uncertain I became. I '
this iotV'i thought, too, discovery of gray threads should bennweLome.
'\ there seemed an tffirt; at 'disguise.He ran in. .as if, fleeing for his life. .I Sort 'ClNO -Beat the whites, of
'LJrhew was used the
wbesl, wheeJwheel by men
shall never forget, that sight Louie. two>> to stiff froth add
kept his face averted all be could, eggs a gradually to dye the hair and: beard and
'i''oI.t''wMII. His face was ghastly his dress disordered a half of bat even
r"f"0 pound pulverized
t t?:, 'JdI wht' consistent with his watchfnlnfcs of applied sometimes to color the mane
"'\' "" "" $ -' the quiet husband whom he and he trembled as though Ufr, beat well for>> at least half an .
{ridi1$bell, young and tail ota favorite horse. The
i -1' antiquity
;. with A he rushed to the hoar flivor -
::\f' ypktl, r '. eyed at times so persistently.. ague. up lemon Juice. To of this eastern is demonstratedby
: iogivs b Jor* table in the of the lightsI color delicate strawberry
.:J MIl si s tas totts :- room- "We sped along over the beautiful strong a pink, use its frequent mention by writers of
t:. l i ityl&l1ellL t'opbeif saw great drops of perspiration currant cr cranberry' juice or the
road, each absorbed in his own rtflaotlons early period, and even more conclusively
i ,;: Altidlrpttillthewhtl. tttndlng his brow. H* throat his grated peeling of an orange or lemon
t y1 .fr bIe. raeent sm1Ie, broken only by an occasional by the fact that the nails of
hand in his pocket and tossed a ring moistened with the alee and
to squeesed
wonsaIeamber twrtirs. ,>rratt low from the and some '
" stlg,... sign lady soon arrived Egyptian'mummies (especially
otstyia .. down before his opponent tbnugh a thin'cloth will color a
; .
: those
st destination. The of
our women) still retain the stain
) ;ai'!tb.g U1mk, !, it is worth 10.COO francs. handsome yullow.BEEFSTKAK .
yk xjjpsy>osstthatUadetint: a"'doped, and, as none of my companIons Now cover my stakes.' he cited. TOMATO .' of dye.

i., ,..............,old .Dtfwla'i Ioit'one' ,her showed any disposition to move "instantly' recognized the beantl.fnl WITH SACCK.Tke : Painting the eyebrows and eyelids
totIi .Ws"SII1AJ link". first 1 aroused Barnes from the depths diamond as the one hb wife had a dczen ripe tomatoes skin with kohl was another Eastern fashion

.. .. jost11re1yleA, o*his romance and we left the car. worn in the cars, 'and tbe OOD Yt'na. and scald them (canoed timatoes may (not yet extinct) of equal popular.
'-'i Zjaismesbfatcop U*wkecl, be used) put them In with '
; saucepan The
; ity.
his panlaloont riage., tlon I bad beard thst"mornln came large languishing black eye
.I.lIiPIa 1tac'o'n back to my and I knew half a pint of good beef gravy ; Be.BOn shaded with long dark lashes has
..vIy tbai wouldn't beat; "Dinner over, we went to the theater memory my ,
'1 _.wbstd osose.himto stand nprlgbtas and afterward by the' persuasion fellow. travelers were' the. man and with salt and pepper, and put them to doubtless always been the distinguishing

. d' M tak M nts Hilda meal, woman I had beard disputing in th. stew for an hour. When the steak is feature of beauty in the dusky
AilvMld ilTtnim neaps trouble gibe. a friend to a private gambling nicely br tiled send it to table with the ,
'' -- house I early morning hours. But he bad daughters of the Eist; and it is not

f"Oft, :4:l : ee1i uneel, wheel,wheel, entering to was see greatly my elderly surprised traveling on succeeded in overcoming b.r deter sauce in % tureen. sort rising that they have tenaciously ..

:.MsI..wbeel. companion seated at the table his minatlon. for he bad the rind, and PARADISE P11DDINo.-Pare. core, retained a practice supposed to en

.f. ., .d M.afsts&- >laUd,, blcbly-poll, wheel and keen and eyes in my' heart ached for t be poor wife as 1 and mince three apples into small hence its size and brightness. The .
manner as ever, deep
1' *Gambler's Wife. of d aofr. It wondered how he bad "btainod It. pieces, and mix them with one quarter black powder called kohl was made of ,
A a was early
game rouge
.. > "B dl I bet on the red!" again of a pound of bread-crnmbe, tares several substances ; stibium or antimony
and few people
yet, very were present;
*Waat'new beauty have we be re.OadrMsaked but every sound was hushed and the shouted the young man ; and in a eggs, three ounces of sugar three with zinc and oil ; or burnt

,,taking a small colored the went in dead moment the croupier called Black ounce of currants, the rand ot one- almond shells mixed with' liban a
game on. silence
'nletare',from among the mass of broken only by the voices of the wins' and the ring was no longer half lemon oue half wineglass ofbrandy sort of frankincense also burnt; 'anther -
his. I"Wlth salt and grated nutmeg to o sort was made of '
of lead
; : wrapping paper powder
I pamphlets, dealers the result of t* '
papers calling e
a wild cry the wretched la te. Put the pudding into a buttered
table and flx ore, and was considered not
that covered the >r only ornamental.'but'benellolal.'b71'euou -
games, and tne rattling of the loser fled from tbe house '
and mould
; completely tie it down with a cloth,
which wonld have '
L ; and of
of tbs library
gold as it was raked from one .
unmanned by what I had boil for two hours, and serve with strata medicinal '
all This-
f. told Plainly enough to acqualn- to another. The old man properties.
seen, I returned to my hotel hoping I sweet since. kohl was kept In boxes '
MmtMCnrl was at home once or vials of
seemed in for the time '
] luck being the young man would soon follow, CELERY SOUP.-Boil a small cup of wood, stone or pottery
...,'after this, his longest. ramble sad won ev ry game. I thought agleam having several .
rice iu three pints of milk until it will compartments and often char
lands without the oorrobo- me."I highly ,
to fanifa ; of satisfaction shone over his found them all-travelers, proprietor
'' smoke pass through sieve.. Orate the white mented.It .
I testtmbny of cigar or
'ntlng face the door and other
opened our and servants wild with excite
; tbe'lounging figure in the rocking- I partof three beads of celery on a breadg was applied with a small stick ef
raveling acquaintance from Vr ,
'1 meat over the murder a beautiful ater; add this to the milk alt,r it wood Ivory or silver which was first
hair sallies-tbe quiet, careless hnsbanden- Russian An hour before her
uas been strained to it of wet in rose water
of mine ; put a quart dipped into the
FIT tab brother never spent ,
tered and sat down to
play. maid bid to her and found
gone room black
strong veal stock let it boil till the powder, and drawn
r. of the in theMaiptolooontry ; carefully
six months
I: ever year "I did not play that night; and my her deluged in blood from a wound m celery is very tender. Season with along the edges of the eeUda.botb
; : .home of his child- bet head, and dead. Tbe hufebanu
whole attention was given to these alt and cad enne and ...ene.I upper and under. In the
pepper same
other s'x to whatever way
hoed giving the
had been in and left some few moments
two. The lost the I
enter young man from BABBIT.-Cut up the rabbit remove the arch of the eyebrow was darkenedand
fbasor people.promised before. I went up to her apartment -
first deal. Bralean after roule
u was 'he bU..1 bone and bone the lens. elongated. This practice of
tatemiat 1 at eye-
.f' em short notice The
and to the bed where the lay.
'fins montbshad been spent in Paris wept from the table by his watchful Put the rabbit, a few slices of him, a painting: must have been in great pop.
Hr exquisite face WAS fairer than in
old opponent; but still he played on. few fcrmeat balls aiid ularity as the
three hard early as time of Jcb for
the little of art I ;
M!conjectured gem life for it bad lost toe look
:bsld'ia' bind '.was '.'a French .The large sums he lost, and his p le, boiled eg s, by turns, in layers and Keren-happuoh, the name of the
my.. and seemed at peace. As I turned
excited interested
face deeply me, season each with pepper alt, two youngest of his three beautiful
4 i' bitat* the pure outlines and exqal'stte -
; to leave the roon I nw this picture
and I and watched him
eomplexlon looking most lifebksts null bl&dN! of pocndtd mace! and one-half daughters, signifies "a horn for
among a heap of things turned out of
they smiled at me from thetia late at night when he left the teaspoon fal of grated nutmeg. Pourlu paint;" that ill, bottle for kohl.
up a man'saveUog and
ted napoleon gone. about one-half p'nt of water, over It was esteemed a great mark of
; card. ,,Bat notwithstanding it Probably the bn biod bad
'tbejestbeautyof'eonWor and leak "After supping at a' coffee-house I with trust, and bake in a well heateo beauty that the ey tb.--ow.aboDld meet
I -
tossed it there in his search f jr eoa
ire there almost went back to my room at the hotel, oven for about one hour and half. over the nose in tL" form of' a bow; .
was a frightened valuables to tick at the trarulnic table
. koated look In the dark eyes that told but for some caum could not sleep. "Tb. miserable mm' trot bis life before When done pour In at the top, through and It was common to imitate nature

, ;;:traredy,'or at least anticipated It. The heat was oppressive and my room he WAS at prebe Jded for bis ci i ne,'' the hole in the middle of the reset, a In this respect by the use of kohl; but

-who ie ihfl C ifl f The eyes affect small; besides, the game I' had been and the old cam*>l-r who, flr-t la one little good gravy wntch may be made this had to bs removed In seasons of

iMstougely, with their wild fright watill11g had excited me strangely disguise, then ia another, hid follow of the t mart and leg bones of the rabbit mourning, and, if the hair'actually

eMd J oL: 'There Is a reign of terror and I only fell into a troubled sleep el the e wily-duped violin fr>m cit> and two or three shank bouts grew there it must be i lacked out.
near morning. 'flavored with onion herbs and *plce*. In the toilet of that rare Jewish
hi theta equal to the one her ancestors to city and won many thousands from
psssid, through.;. I almost see the "I was awakened about daylight by dim, left Purls befir. the hntbantl R tbbits, wbi :h are in the best con IItion beauty of the apocryphal story.Judith,,

shMov of.the guillotine>> 'In their vet voices in the adJ) inlng r,)om-those of and wife wra carried to their last in midwinter, may be fricasseed the widow of Manesea,-which was

harp ", a man and woman, evidently. Th r-fting pla" in the
depths' nan's voice was low and pleading gio'ind. where his fo*.ftbr slept loam, iuff with dressing made and patriotism, as exnounded
I "Let ms see; &h. my little sister 'Lnu'p, ib II t>. why 1 refuel to play '
in the of tbat
nay yon never know so hard fate as and the woman seemed to be crying. even with Hi ward, last t-v8ulnl. I of brrad-crumbe, chopped salt pork day historical fiction,-,
I[ could hear to understand thyme onion and and salt there Is so full a recapitulation of the
this poor girl encountered and sue enough awe never ucuei car u tinoe and 1 pepper ,

,easbed to:; No,she is not French that she was refusing him somerequest never cn "gin".... sew up rub over with a 11 tie butteror several customs In connection wlta.women'l .

m-bu married to'a FrenchmaL" for his tone became load and A 1411-aDCb... b.auty. pin on h a few slices of salt pork, dress. that it seems appro.

And Carl took the picture threatening and at last I heard him add a little water In the pan and prlate to Introduce the description inclosing

:from my hand and placed it on a say: Yet I cannot help being lojhmmahie haute often. Srve with mashed pota the subject.) Tne narrative
in the of reads thus: "She put ofl the
especially neighborhood
; l Ball easel above his desk. "I will tell "'If you refuse me, you seal my ruin tots and eurautIcily.i garment
Milan, which id surely responsible for ot her widowhood, and washed her-
.,JOB about her, Louie, if yon have an and your .wn. I have no more gold
the prettiest women In tbe world. body all with wafer
over and
-And I must have the diamonds to Annient Toilets. anointed -
how,and,I will you, why I told yo a
With their wavy figure, nnt-brjwn horse f with. precious ointment -

"It/ :was. while Tom Barnes ,waa retrieve myself't eye!!, marble-veine-t coup'exioas, and The ole of coani,tics In connection and braided tbe hair of her
'vita me.but June, and when we .Hysterical sobs were the only black with the bath bed and put tira
ricbj>C, dreese, they wouM move prevailed among the a upon it, and put
\.Ycaaules for. Paris, that I first taw I answer he received and he continued an anthropobiologist (whatevtr be wealthy women of very remote period on her garments ufo gladness. She M

VsdsineLiterre though I think the : means in Eugll), let alone a poet At the man fluent court tt Ahisuer- took sandals upon her feet, and put-

'.Mm* an assumed, one. We had to "Something tells me I shall win tonight Bo it was I fat in I ve, in and for ten us, In the seventh year of his reign about htr ber bracelets and her ohalne ,

nm-toprevent! ,being lef,I remember, ,'and I must have tae ring." minute, under Mr*. B lbus eyes, flat following elaborate proces
and_ sineB,out of humor because of "'Never.Charles! cannot give It up. at an open-air t jftkfaat on tbe Iiola "punfljitlou" were prescribed, for the and all her ornaments, and decked

it.Clanged his face into his book and It Is all I have left. It was, mymcttur's Bella-and that my passion was re- maidens destined far tbe King's harem herself rn.Jy.n

.' Isftrae:to my own resources. and I will tot let it leave I turned. We never spoke, but we : Being "gathered together into ... '

Ali! soon as I: was comfortably se t-, me.' loved. Sue was obviously engaged to Bhusban Ule ?......... the custody Jic Need It.' x

find'I. .U usual,. began scrutinizing The man's voice was so chok edthat gentleman wh was with her, but of Begal keeper of iu" women," they Duint the Iteplltlo&l w campaign

_graveling companions, and to try with passion that his words wcra did net m,tter. She was ,so I' abode iu the "women's house" and the friends of a man who wanted to be

bteilne who and what they were articulate but with a burst of wild pleased with my frank, but I true t ".o were the days of their purification a candidate for the Assembly said in
'fhre.:.wae 'four besides ourselves Intke'earriage. anger he left, slamming the door after respectful, adoration fro.u the, next accomplished to wit : 'six months urging his nomination: "He Is a poor ,

; One a' quiet, middle- him. The woman's sobs became table that she changed her seat, and with oil of myrrh and 81X mODtbswllh man, with a large family. Ha Deed

*sd 'Eagllshmsn, who: was coolllll n lower her chain ceased, and 1 fell put htl*ell, with a grace beyond the sweet odtn, aud with other It."

spin his corner' The two who into another nap not waking until reach of art in the light bet calculi t rage for the purifying of, .nDlen"' As ''a' rule, the pay of an ,Assemblyman -

otjmyself were evidently' man near 10. te i for ms study ber. When she (Either II. 8 12). The tiong of 8.>ng.. hardly meets his current expenses

: and wife, though he paid ber none of I saw neither of my gambling acqaaintanoes left she made a Parthian turn, and b rich in fl
the+.sUenUon and' 1iteD" usually that day, aud the uU ht gave me just one bow and tmile, in "sweet odors," Ire tai; rapturous note be folly for a poor man with a large

p.Mended in -public even if dispensed lonnd me again in M. Carlo's room. which tbe most presum omen echoing from "the mountains of rpm family to seek a nomination for the.

Y1a.. ,privately. ;, The old man was again on hand not could have detected nothing cee," myrrh and frinkincen..e, wit h An embly, as a means of bettering! his

? J$stry a pale,Viet man twenty-' =: satisfied, I thought,-with his winnings wrong-wbl<*.b. were a privilege. I all powdew of tue m- r :hant," "cam_ condition,' If he Intended to be content -

-wpsrhapajlchly but quietly dressed, of the night before-:and again I saw rushed to tbe strangers' book, ana a phlr with spikenard and s finncalarun ; Toe with his legl mate pay.

'!U aettnlngly. taking no notice of any a gleam of satisfaction cross his face found her name was Antonlei t a C-, and cinnam n, with ah trees inference ia () ,jOQL The-

crier Ia'OaJMt. .'d brat:' The wife too, was' his ctlm'of the previous evening of Milan. Sirnames are, as Coulee of IraukinceuBe ; myrrh and aloes,, Impecunious candidate wanted to arc>

t1IIaI..;tad mach as she looks In that came in and got ready to play. Surface says, too formal to be registered with all tbe chief spices ;" "my hand to Albany for the sake of the stealing,

bhls plOiU Her dress, though simWM the Is in love's calendar. Besides the dropped myrrh, and my fingir sweeU which he could "realize1 a member
"Make your game- game ul the Legislature. Tnat ia what he
SAM! perfect, and evidently the made up I" cried the dealt, and was g-mtleman looked fiery and might see smelling myna ;". "his cheeks are as "
'Ali of some first-rate artist this. And Italians'flrht duels, and I bed of spices, as sweet flowers; hia And the friends who were
4 about to deal the cards when the young
"* whole" style proclaimed her at do not. But the surname was even lips like lilies, dropping sweet smelling urging hIa nomination on the ground
who had entered called
> ,**N*''***mg to the higher order of ron loud voice Just more beautiful than the Christian. myrrh ;" the "mandrakes" and that be "needed it," must, have

."'.1, 11II:*. in a : And oh I Antonletta C-, if ever the "pleasant fruits. known that.
; 1 the idl" ,
f Fifty napoleons upon
.isemed. toiie- suffering- and yon should read this, remember a It is most Interesting to learn, in I President Boutonx and Manfens

: P bet band to fore- Seeing he placed no money upon the poet who for that one glimpse wouldgo connection with another couplet of:j; Frder, of the Union Generate, have ...

". ;MdI, observed,npon.her.the dell- table the croupier paused a moment, to the world's end for you, if be this eqnlsite song, "My beloved is unto i lodged an appeal,'which will be beard J.

:y 7 frmed; ungloved hand a cost]. then said: had not so many other things to do, me s., a cluster of camphlre in the in February against their sentence

a lei:" It was: a heanty; and I "Sir, von must stake tbe money." I and if Mrs. Bolbni .did not say : vineyards of En.....," that En gtdl is at Parts for :acts ,in. connection with

.laoktg at the flashing gems 'u tl I The gambler started and turned 1 "Tom, you are simply foolish.I" the one only place in all Palestine the of that Institution .

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<: Jo j I -.. LECfAL.NOTICE..
]& >. : :TN'E.'FL.RID.'A: STAR., For The Florida Star.< MECELLA2JEOUR
*I Will te1lrou. little story,of domesticeconomy. .
'-." ..' ...- .- } -, < -I>E B RY'MERCInNTS' ,"
( ;, Ir -- t T ; fCnoe i'pon''a time Jndge"1L Land Office Gainesville -
aiUiMuM iTm DAT; piat
& *
: :' I and. January 23 IP-1'}':.,
Ar of Georgia'whose relict everybody .
*:; :. Jrifvavflle. .:3 S1 D7Z LINE !! CASH CASH NOTICE Is hereby given that .
Indian Biver loves did business the
"" "..-.'. -- ",.. ?" ..; .. -,.. -..-MlrMMoI.... .- else on lowing-nauied settler has filed! ...
Pf" V% *. '. .,' at the Lower Mineral Spring in this DOUBLE DAILY..Carrying big intention to make final proof noti In'-3 e--I( I

it : '.-. J5B.. WAGER, State. He had for clerk a young marriedman port of her claim and that said proof itto*:

, : Mamagln. .*,Editor, .. .&.., ''PnbII. -her. named Sam,'for instance, '- ;" i cuit court at Titusville Fla.
{"; ,.Terms" ;' 1p.bO- per.Anoam in advance. infinite jest and erewhile gone to Elegant ''Sl le- heel 'Steamers. March 10. lSS3, viz: Francis, OQ;8uulera;SuunJal'
;1". 1 !!Hie W: undiscovered country from when AT THE I Francis ltiaiar oint. e
BQCABBisoMtacateBpaee 18 City
;[ A 1 square bourne ii '
.; make Acolooui.. : No traveller retains.: BEG ULAR MAIL.GEO.5LBIEDCapt.G.J.Mcrcler.. i So. 3824 for theN: E of 51ti.i ol, ;

t4.AdTertbementa 'unaccompanied by the. Sam owned a sleek old "yaller" cat, tion 3, Township 24 S..Iange 36 V... s
t" CASH will not recttra aueuUOlla' She the folio
AQQUt\R1fERS names winj
IL B. J.W, ::witnese
PLANT Capt. Fitzgerald. to
_ '?, ,v Tor Orerttalngiatoa enquire of the Editor called Tobe" whose duty-never half per prove her continuous residence
YiY' .:-. tlwBYi CTVcl" g.three cent rtamp.WE ANITA, Capt.C.II. Brock. 'upon 11III''''
formed to check the cultivation of said land
multiplicationof viz
., -:was : ,\Im.tLF
, "
One of the above-named steamers will leave STORE barpe and C. L. Faber. of
' the rats at the store. But Tobe, more frequently I | CitY.Polnc".l-
.. call OUT reader's attention to De Ilar9 wharf. foot of Laura street dally ex. and M.E. English and Robert Hom :T
-r' 'Jacksonville as time wore by, was wont to de- cent 3 pm.. for P.L.TK.S.X.- I .V
,cheering news from our correspondent FORD, ENTERPRISE and all Intermediate of Titusville, Fla. .
'i \ .' in regard to the: progress sert his post at night, and make predatoryexcursions landings.1t0SA TITUSVILLE FLORIDA 40 5t L..\. BARNES,Register.XOT1VE "Ii.

.. made: by'the Coast Line Canal Company. to the'pantry in his master's ,Capt.J.L.Amazeen.. OFFIXAL_ PROOF ;; '

: -! '. ''When" consider. ''the .magnitude 'of welling.[ The presence and. attachmentof FREDERICK DE DAILY Capt.Leo. Vogcl.TELAEA Land Office at Gainesville Fla)

'nadertalsfng and' the difficulties to Tobe's" mistress invariably secured \ : ,CAptain J.S.Mattbcson. -0-_ Dec. 22. 1882./

, be surmounted in; the accomplishmentof Sam's forbearance. But, alas, ,for Tobe, One of the above-named steamers willleave NOTICE is hereby given that the jbL
. of Laura street
Denary wharf foot
;:'. this, tons' -, very important work, wecannot' his'tnduJgent mistress, went off one dayon (lallv except Saturday,at 4 30 p.'m., and from owing-named[ settler has filed notic\ ot'
visit and left him to falla *.,r.and W. Railway wharf at 5 m.. for intention to make final proof in mn.
: 4 ; 'refrain,. from attributing great'ciedittoMr. a protracted Palatka,Sanford Enterprise and all Intermediate port of his claim and that said proof wul

;,.. ...f'i Coryell for his energy and quick victim to his master's unrestrainedvengeance. laud lugs. The Oldest and Moat Reliable Place of be made before T. W. Faulkner 'e1< after her Connects at Palatka with Florida Southern circuit court at Miami, Fla, :
i(. perseverance Friday night Railroad for Gainesville and Ocala. on Tuesday
>, and departure he was clubbed to death in the Connects at Astor with Johns and Lake July 20th 1SS3 viz: Samuel RhodesTof*
he Is benefactor *
Sorely 11 US IK ESS \
our '
tastla Railroad for Fort Mason, Yalaha Lees- r Miami, Fla JItl4'j23; for the S 4 of 3,11
.," aa'the work gradually, and we trust midst of a panful of broken dishes, whichhe burg and all points on the Upper Oclawaha. \ of:Section: 15 and lot 2 of Sec 22,Town.

completion, there are had dragged from the pantry shelf. Connects at Voloala with coaches for Or. ship 34 South, Range East. 1:
may approaches
mond and Daytona. on Indian River, Dealing inGeneralMerchandise lie names the following witnesses ] \
4' none but what will award him the'credit At daylight next morning, Sam, now Connects at Sanford with South Florida Rail his continuous residence
-. ". "" "chief cook and bottle-washer" of the road for Lonjrwood ilaltland, Apopka City npoo'iDd'cultivation
"'* due. him.'We of said ,land viz *
"' r... Mtcmonte, Orlando, KisMmmee. and with : Andrew
:,i'" ''' ',: have been hemmed in here so long"anddependenton household, bethought him to give old steamersforLakoJessnp,Salt Lake and Bock Barr A. C. Richards John Addison, and

s .. .; the stage of I water Tobe a watery grave, but the heft of the ledge Connects and Indian at Enterprise Civer. with coaches for Charles F.-Siebolt of Miami L. A:,BARNES Fla. ** '

.: ,; in the St. Johns. :for outside transportation carcass suggested good condition, so, being Daytona Ketnmlnj and Mall New steamers Smyrna and leave Titusville.Enterprise None but ttrictly firtt-cl ss goods are 39 wa Register U. S. Land Office.1 *

that certain communication will seem. a man void of stomachic prejudicesand every morning at 7 and Sanford at 7 SO a. m.,
and 9 a.m., making close connections with XO TICR. "V
< aWe' have 'the. finest country In the shifts; Sam'drcs-nxl and roasted it instead. East and West.49Throngh bought and sold at this Stand.o Land Office at Gainesville Fla., /
January 1SS3.\
bills of lading given to all points.
world everything. considered, lacking Now,Saturday waspreeminently"trade The steamers of this line are all first class NOTICE is hereby given that the follow

,,' 'only,what this great work promises, and. day" at the "Spring store," and nobodywho In every respect. in .namel1 settler has filed notice of his
For farther Information apply at General intention to make final proof iu support
our fertile hammocks, our finest orange ever went there in the morning Ticket Office corner Bay: and Laura Streets. -o-- of his claim and that said proof will be

. lands,will be rapidly developed so that thought of leaving before the evening. C.B.FEXVTICK: -,'W.TSOX.lnnnger.Gen.r48 .Agent. made before C.. B. Magruder Deputy

anyone witnessing it cannot. help ,exclaiming I cannot account for this disposition phi County clerk at' Rock ledge. Fla., oa
Saturday, March, 1SS3, viz: Jas. H..
"Who would not have a home losophically, unless it was the spring Water
TITUS HOUSE, Remember A Dollar will buy exactly White of Brevard county on HomesteadNo.3230fortheS4ofSEiNEJ
on Indian,River?. And. journey from but I, am sure that the consequent : of S
Titusville Indian River Florida.J. .
St. Augustine,to,the tropical.,country of item of dinner for customers, went very E.1 and 8 E of S E i of Section. 13. ;
far toward Sam in the but $1.00 worth.Established Township 25 S,Range 3G East. '-
Lake Worth is one which no tourist or keeping "poor M. Stellenwerf, Manager. He
., names the following witnesses'-to;
,. seeker could well afford to fore- honest" category.
'pleasure- Ie-Tabore u tlrictly a First-Clam prove his continuous residence upon,.add
'go. We bespeak for the hopeful and Most customers, though they only In IS13. cultivation of said land viz: Franklin
Hotel,pleasantly situated on Indian Allen and Cass Allen of Georglana F1&4: .
of tobacco must
energetic Colonel an ,early and a grand bought a plug stay
.' and C. B. Magruder and H. S. \\1lliama'of
success in the 'accomplishment of this dinner[ and that with Appetites stimulated River; 250'rniki''oulhofJacL Kockledge 101a.'l ,3*

very important undertaking. probably, by the magic water of the onrtUle. Address orders to 41 5w L.A. BARNES Register. '
< ._ .+ ... ', Spring. What wonder that Sam should ,
, *
the turn the fat old cat to account? At Accessible Daily by. Fine Steamers The Headquarters Store
As the Irish disclosures go on, English noon Land Office at Gainesville. \ .

people find traces which lead to the he set him, smoking, brown and redolent, To the Sportsman, 'Pleasure Seeker, and Titusville, Fla January 29, 1S83./
United States, and 'involve American- on the'table and called him-"possum." & NOTICE is hereby given that the follow-
Invalid this House presents attractions in named settler has filed notice of hit," ,
Irishmen or refugees, says the Cincinnati There[ also, were the traditional sweet Opened for the Season. ;
nowhere else to be found in the South. intention to make final proof in support
News, in the Phoenix Park murders. The potatoes. Sam's guests that day were a of his claim, and that said proof will be
THE AGERASSRES HIS GUESTS. ALL JS"A man who is interested in his own made before .1..A. .'
legal inquiry .which at first seemed a notable set-long since gone to tantalizing McCrory, Deputy'
TFIE COMFORTS OF A HOME AT MODERATE Clerk Circuit court at Titusville Fla. on'j
< farce"and an"find victims to be dreams of cooling waters in a torrid welfare will be pleased to know that viz :'
KATES. 41 Saturday. March 10. 1883. : H. Spencer -
sacrificed to the cause of abstract justicehas clime-and in a characteristic discussionof Black of City Point. Fla., on D.'. s.*. ,

turned out to be a terrible .reality "possum" as a luxury, old Tobe disappeared Open Summer &. Winterj ANDREW GIBSON No. 3CG for the E i of N W \: of Section' ."

with truth and justice on the side ofthp. and his bones were scraped. .. Keeps the finest oysters to bo found in? G. Township 24 S, Range 36 E. ., .
I He the witnesses toprove -
names following
"I have /team all life said SoL R. LUMBER ,
bro and the liabilitv of the my his continuous residence upon and
-----7 -- -- ---- Tltusvlllc,
cowardly a Mina in no way diminishedby picking his teeth, and moving off with Will be furnished to order on short notice 1 cultivation of said land viz:G.W Holmes
AND: SERVED IK STYLE TO SUIT PATKOXS. C. L. Faber. Geo. Chester and Albert .,
the toward the "I have *
the English Spring
the criminal responsibility company -
at 18.00 per thosand. Dressed lum- Wilson of City Point. Fla. .
people and the government for the team all my life, that possum was good 41 5\v L. A. BAUXES Register. V

unhappy condition of Ireland. England's meat. To-day bioic it by experience." ber from 820.00 to 824.00 per thousand. Plain and Fancy Cake made to order.
: responsibility for her terrible misgovernment "From now out," added uncle Dan'l, LUMBER & SHINGLES l aier'eLreadalwaysonhawl. i .
P. S. Parramore .
is one thing; the crime of those who "I shall keep a nigger possum-huntin' always on hand. Also a firstcla.1.'uber shop attached. vs. ,)I Am't. claimed $47.00'

have almost, irretrevably' injured the reglar. I. Collier. J f?

, '. cause of Ireland rests upon its own merits. The general satisfaction was findingvent P.. M. FISHER. LUMBER THE Defendant is hereby notified'of 1.-

Almost'for the first time the bold -and in declarations like these, when they the institution of this suit; and unleu'
J. GIBSON Will be furnished to order on short noticeat he shall appear and answer before E.H., I
if Irish were overtaken by Sam and asked how
; improvident, people ,
generous Rice, a Justice of the Peace at Titusville
,have been justly accused of the cowardly they liked old Tobe? Produce Commission Merchant. 818.00 per thousand. Brevard county, Florida on the 16th

C ime"of assassination and the accusation "Old Tobe 1 What do yer mean f' theyall LUMBER & SHINGLESAlways of )March A. D. 1SS3, judgementwill
lie rendered him default.
Fla. by
doubt. It is still it is asked at once. ,
proved beyond a ,
on hand.C. MINOR S.JOSESPlainiiff's ,
true,Ihe act of a.few; but unless it is I "I mean old Tobe, the cat. There's his [Late senior partner of the firm of Gibson Attorney.,

thoroughly reprobated it will rest upon hair on the river bonk, and we ate him I & Rockwell, dissolved Jan 1st 1SS3.] MAGRUDER & CO. Titusville, Fla., February 1,1883. 4t'SPORTSMEN'S : -

Ireland and shadow her just cause. The for dinner." I Respectfully solicits consign
; There unanimous exclamation of ISTORWOOD'SFast EMPORIUM! ;
Irish people are not assassins. Assassination was a incuts or "

... is not an Irish fault; but there is the disgust and a Making for private places; Hack Line R. C. SCRIMGEOUR,
... but the last with old Tobe ORANGES SYRUP HIDES &C.
deed resting upon them, and now far too account were Tailniiist and'NatnraIist '

closely connecting itself with America. too well settled. There was no casting lias the largest cash order trade of any -' .
Binds &: animals mounted with some respect
Too many, lacking courage and patient them pp again. We all know what it is Frnt house in the State. The Cheapest and Most Direct for Anatomy.

endurance to contend in Ireland's cause to lose confidence in the cook; therefore, Everything appertaining to shooting
Return made day of Sale. and fishing to be fonnd at my establish _
- .. at home, have bled the Irish-Americans I need hardly write that Sam dined aloneon raent and at reasonable rates. !- ')

in the of Ireland devoting largely the following Saturday.OLD. I '
name FOR SALE FoTitUMt illcand Indian,"er. Also dealer In the Celebrated Lion" .

of their proceeds to their own luxurious HAMILTON CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL.ONE brand of Asbestos paint in all colon..:

living, and something to the cause of January 15, 1883. ready for use. The best and cheapest *
.... THE TITUS Bolt
agitation and murder, such open assassinsas HOUSE, K paint ever introduced for House or
More than $30,000,000 are annually trip DAILY between the ST. u?e. 011 stoves in great variety, suitable. ,_
O'Donovan Bossa who publicly boastsof
paid over the bars of Chicago for drinks.J. oxINDIAN'RIVER Jonxs and IKDIAX RIVERS. for family or boat use. }
measures for the destruction, of English PURE.'
j shipping and of innocent men and wom- C. NORWOOD & CO., Leaves Enterprise EVERY Morning, arriving '

en. From all these the, sooner Ireland DEALERS IN containing .at Titusville the SAME day. Celebrated Astral Oil always/in:: .

cuts herself,loose, ,and the sooner the Large Office Parlor Dining Room STOCK. '
Irish people of America hold themselves ,
,Pantries, Kitchen, Leaves Titusville EVERY Triple "Table" from the'
morning arriving plated ware
aloof, the better for the cause of Ireland. Confectioneries '
16 Large Airy Bedroom, at Enterprise In the evening. House of Holmes, Booth & Hayden. ...;
true Irishman who is also true MasksIn
Every a
Fine Tobaccos and Lanterns. Razors Combs, lck .
man, now that their guilt has been shown Servants' Quarters, AddressW. endless variety. _

must rejoice that the murderers of LoixCavendish CIGARS. and all necessary outbuildings. S. Norwood, Cigars,Tobaccos Pipes"and
I .. .
and" ,' Burke;/ '" have beqp exposed !. CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, Cistern of 12OOO gal. capacity, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.C. ,all smokers articles. '"
and brought' to punishment. Whateverthe "

woes of Ireland and the responsibility :a 14o -alsoFURNITURE- J. HECTOR, La er Beer, Scotch SWisli Ales,

"of England therefor humanity everywhere -. pp Sole agent for the celebrated Parkinson ,,'
has but and Orange Wine. When' you cannot find t
one opinion one sentiment Hardware and
o including Piano and Billiard Table. what you want In the other stores In' Tttusvllle &
as to this crime, and it behoovesall td jnst give R. C. S. a call and 'you'...i;
Irishmen;'while"relaxing no proper DQ The Groundsare sure to get suited. .* '

efforts in behalf of that local home rule CDP ": General Produce .1. "
8PR' Large and Nicely Laid Out.DESIRABLE : CARLItiC
which is the only salvation for Ireland, .. ';L., J.. ,.
'make that sentiment their own, to puta 1-3 p bt -AI ;-!- -

stop to the concoction of murder in MERCHANT, TOE AND SAMPLE ROOMS : |',,

:America and the execution of the criminal E'K .. TOWN. .LOTS, Melbourne '- -' Florida AT THE J'
f "
, design in Ireland,'and to the raising et lei Business or,. wrfling,. Houses, and. November 10th 1330. 1\. 47FAJUIER8 LUND PACKING ,HOUSE \<

of the funds maintenance forpromoting of the O'Donovan assassination Bosas and ; o ,r.G b<:>,]j"" ,tANOS: Ir" Titusville, ,Florida., ..1FIRSTCLASS

to agitate and incite to murder.Ireland's tJt CD t' .* :-. tom r ; n ,For Gardening: BwtCouat87 oats viii rnp Itt run srd ,Alta. -. BAR,. ;,

', cause is just and holy andit will not beG Term; Easy' to, f Rcapoiurtble .

furthered by unholy means. 'NOTIONSDOMESTIC. .,- ','t .. \f Oil. ,PATtIeB,u':1 11'C rO.'.,.U tTi t ;. Choice Liqnon, Wines and Cigm* .. !

The cultivation- .of..,rice' in Louisiana i' FANCY DRY GOODS, Apply or:address, . : and FA USERS' SONS, tt "Beer" .alwaye-on'draught. 'I'/ : .

affords a livelihood for 50,000 people and Gem Clog & FnmsMin Goons MRS. M. E. TITtS, .. Daring CAN the MAKE Fall and Winter.PER"For'IOtoel'j/MONTH) I AGENTS al..ree., Wanted, ksrtbi S' i

the annual product is worth $3,250,000 Titusvffle; : : : : Florida. address)'C.31cC6IDTACO.Philadelphfura.particulars k dtfl t= aee4"3 .-. ,
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'f f.o"[} glvala'at3lldsonvilie&i recentl V.... .' M1ILiLINE.STEAMEB81" (Between Titusville and BocUedge.), ntDUN'RIVER LANDS FOE'SALE !
4 dsoo daily. '
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3"CINDERELLA give its their a. : .
>- ', 1W R' '\ r Bhare'jf patronage: .: ...
,' $;.ttD'r J, the J1 '" seminary at !" : -" i ".'" V .t'- '. ::1' ..,
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;{: Y ft I:expected. ,to. "be, rtartedin'iieprforaogeBfTomEdgefield !Mrs.,liV'iii.tH. Sharpe, ",' : .
Having ample and splendid:'accommo ACRES
.. ,. : : TWELVE HUNDRED .
: or 10.- 'ft.l. i, dations for Passengers and Freight, and Proprietress. .
'pr> .a- .'.. grove, arranged expressly for -the' Mall Ser .
; .:? : old, in Boston for vice nod-Navigation of thisbeantif '
al Biver, will commence .making t her OF RICH HAMMOCK LANDS FOR SALE
'11..1f JII.JiOperboL.. .1li@ regular trips on or about from the lathe .' ,
; first Banning In connection with the DeBary line. : '
t.l-'-+. :...5".n.AJi Wt: 'is being constructedcontractors fifteenth December,.1882,,between f Two Trips WeeUy. -.

*Jt' CSla, the ) have assured Titusville and Lake Worth!, Leaving Sauiord for Rock ledge Mondaysand IN SMALL,OR LARGE TRACTS.

fkit ;:.for$50077i (Touching at all !Intermediate Landings), Thursdays. .
.Ji : '" "& J ai ''een'eued' by Ixhabod on each and.every, alternate day of'the o .
Jf-f.r Leaving Rockledge Tuesdays &Fridays.In ,
: damages placed$20,000 weeL
. n;. T:for \ '
':J:; t.; Igl&life iris''P: o nment.. --0'The'ClNDERELLA- order to avoid disappointment to shippers These lands are situated on the beautiful Indian River, TWO AND ,A, HALF .
; is probably the
< ljfaj*mal,l says Palatka's postofficeiiijiift most perfectly safe Boat afloat She'has freight mutt be at Roclledge (Wilkin- miles NORTH of Titusville, the County Seat of Brevard. county, 'and ONE mile

t twice aa;large as .last,February. three separate and distinct Hulls, each a son's wharf) Monday and Fridays.Joe. .'
: School .
from where and Church is accessible.
a good
LaGrange, ,
r an evidence of prosperity., perfect water-tight compartment itself. H. Smith, Captain, H. P. Wilkinson .;
\'c-. Jbis I'.,. 'xii ." Ylxi She has also all the modern appliances &Co., Agents. reblst 6m40
; + ,,rD>Pensacola. and Atlantic ,.Bailzoadfagf and.improvementeof :steam engineering I The permanent survey of the Palatka and Indian River ,Railway is located i J.
t: ; **** runningtraina1rom Chatta- Ac. : I
; J. M. Dixon through these lands and the great Atlantic Coast Canal, which -being rapidlyconstructed .:
the 24th ult. ..
.,. ) >ee to Pensacola on ST kMERDUCHESS: '' -
TircsvuiE, : : FLORIDA. will also run close by. ; I..
I :4fAlarge number of business' men- from '. ,, '
will make
Nearly completed, Regular Dealer
"the:Western:states are. visiting Florida Connections with the :CLNDERELLLA I
Medicines ; For of sale address :M.JONES :
poking for, locations for investment fa between Drugs Chemicals, terms > ,__
Fancy and Toilet Articles. V .. .;
f''' "sMbie buildings are being erected near Titusville and Smyrna. at Titusville,Florida( :-

"t. .and Fort Dade now than the' present Further particulars in future advertise- Peiftiery Dye-sMs,, Paints Oils .

'Ii ,. 'KH mi1Ia1Ll'eablero supply with lum- ment. Varnishes brushes,&almost everything until March 1st after.which time address him at Long Pond. Georgia.. : [42..*
. -.. ; kept by a first-class Drug House. \
F JJerI"
., I. I :0: Any drug medicine or,Instrument -
./ .. Tie United States Court recently held Bg&.The undersigned desires it to be distinctly needed by customersand .
at Tallahassee disissed'all the election understood that this line is "not not on' hand, will be ordered. HAVE YOUR JOB PRINTING EXECUTED. AT ,
'' for a day, but for all time to come"- > I '_
Prescriptions carefully compounded
from the counties of Madison Jefier"ibntndGadsden. -
#- cases: that it is put this Route and Riveras with
upon night or day accuracy and dispatch
permanancy, Summer and Winter; by competent persons. ly36 The Florida Star Printing; Office '! ,
and he respectfully asks the countenance .
0ne hundred licensed,vessels have their ,

'" ,some','port{ Pensacola. Twenty-one and encouragment him in his enterprise of the people and venture to sustain W. B. MOORE, ALL KINDS. OFMERCHANTILE -

* steamers,; ,seventy-five- schooners and promising on his part to do all that liesin
General Commission Merchant
thirteen. aloops.. his power to make it mutually advan- PRINTING, ,

s'" Jlr.:'Geo.: ,W. Davis,a prominent phot-I I tageous to all parties. concerned.. AND DEALER IN Such as Bill Heads, Note and Letter Heads, Business Cards Monthly Statements- ,'
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22tf W. A. L. OSTRAXDER.SCts .
, ompher Washington. ; D. C., has ) '
invested$10.600 in lands in the*southern j Groceries and' Envelopes,Programmes,Posters, Etc..Etc.. ,' *" '

:portion OfPutn& county. (Only! 50 Cts (Only! 50 CIs. Duly! .' ". "
Furnished at Short Notice.
,.Inncan) C..'Boss won the second'match Elegant Pew and Pocket Bible .* ,

,- tjortbe: wrestling championship of the 50 Cents Only! FamilySupplies. '
''s'Vorid, at Jacksonville, on: the 21st, ultagainst ALL WORK UNEXCELLED FOR EXECUTION. ..: ., "
This la'by far the handsomest and best
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. his opponent'efaud ,Bauer. ,_oft Titusville. : : Florida. .' ':'
ELLIS B. WAGER; : : : : : if Proprietor. '
' .*, to"hbince..Aerbrdiiog' Bible for the money ever made. It con- November lOtb 1390. __. tf 47

: <: to the Palatka Herald a mule tains both the Old and New Testament ONE MAN'S CASH .GOOD ASANOTHER'S

died recently in Putnam county at an AT CARPETS, MATTING, OIL. CLOTH,
.advanced:'age'of' 56 years. This may I translated out of the original tongues

i. ''jnond a little old but it comes from good L U DOE N & BAT E 8' Window Shades Dry Goods
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with all the former translations, diligently -
Southern Music House

't Madison'Recorder: Mr: WJ E. 'Howell compared and revised. Only House In America SellingPianos KOHN FUECHGOTT & BENEDICT

. were _
Jir 'ml1tS'that .rabbits injuring a I
.. "*' It has a beautiful ,cloth cover, hand- '
,.number: of his orange trees by gnawing

eff-the.. ll'ark'around the base but that he somely lettered in gold on side and ,also otaexmu JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

i.iMgpped; them bylpplying soft lye soap
, uon the trees as high as the rabbits could on back, red edges and printed in clear Special attention paid to Orders and Correspondence concerning *

reach. Goods. ? .
. type containing altogether one thousandone a. e ,
.. >Fernandina is to have market-house, ,

built on the plan of an immense ,refrig- hundred and thirty four pages. Great Inducements are offered to" ;Dealers. .1 .,

e .tor. It will be so arranged with very Bibles no better are sold for twice and + .. .
large ice chambers and a. non- nducting & OrgansOn Hotel and Housekeepers. :

'. wall,so that meat, poultry, etc., can be even three times the money we ask for
kept in good order during the summer keep everything imaginable

;months.> Itia, proposed ,to supply the this little gem. One Uniform Price taJ All. And That The IEirIn ordering describe your-wants, limit cost of goods and you will receive _

,market with beef and poultry from New "A han&0mugift for Sunday-School teachers Lowest Kno\vn. what you order. .
'.Tbrk for the hotels and citizens. and tcholarsand one sure to be prized"
The usual system of selling Pianos and I- .
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_. GENERAL- NEWS. Evangcliit. Organs is for the dealer to charge any ALTON, WHANN & co ; .
( ', ,There, is talk' of an executive session of "The wonder it, how anything to beautifulcan price either he can a fair get profit for them or the without customers1 regardto

the Senate, to be called by the President be got up eo cheap'1-Observer. Interest. But we are proud to say that PLOW BBAND ..

\. On the 4th of March, the urgent business If want Bible is the time to this has never been our method of selling.
a now
it For the benefit of purchasers and to
..Tieing.the Mexiean treaty.The :' send for it. One copy of the "greatest of secure them the full value of their money Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure.

surveyor of the Port of,Ban Francisco we established at the outset of our busi- .
has all books" sent postpaid to any addresson ness, twelve years since
; : seized$15,000 worth of smugfled -
opium on the steamer Tokio. receipt of 50 cents Only. Address, Thc One Price System.and PREPARED EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable growers of K

UMTED STATES PUBLISHING Co. to this we attribute our immense and Florida. It will produce a heavy, but sound and healthy growth on growing trees,. "
A dispatch from New York, dated the prosperous trade. Selling on this square and will supply bearing trees with tho food needed for heavy crops of fruit.
:Std 1 lt., says that in the action for libel 49 North_ Ninth Street, basis, rcnddVs it Imperative that the price IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and In the
be the very lowest one that can be given. latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.IT .
by James Francis ofJdgeneld Pa.
Malloy, 22 ly Philadelphia, We are pledged to this. We always have
-. CL, against James- Gordon- done it, and will always will do it. It's IS SPECLILL Y RECOMMENDED FOR PIN -APPLE& '

i Bennett;; in which the former recovered a Valuable, !PropertyFor our creed and our practice. No other piano '
rrerdict of$2,000 from the Utter, Judge Sale! and organ house deals on this princi- WALTON, WHANN & CO., '

M :Wallace today 'in the United States Thirty acres of land in the City Point ple.Our prices in plain figures are placedon Wilmington: pel. :

,, .'Conrt.' /granted a motion for a new' trial. Hammock. Splendid new galvanizedWire low every as the instrument.sharpest trader.A child can All buy other as Ask Captain McLean of the sloop "Agnes",,to bring you a tact of the .

'Fx.nk James'trial is fixed for the Fence around twelve acres. Five houses have "High prices and give dis .' .

June.,, He is under two in- Hundred young and healthy,.Orange trees counts. PLOW BRAND. .

uctmentaj>ne'fo .murder and the other Forty'' bearing trees. Beautiful River The "One Price" system saves time in i'.

Jar robbery Front. Six acres as fine cane and banana to trading buyer and and is seller the only; for satisfactory on the high price way JNO. ANDERSON, of Ormond.Agent for East and South Florida.

F* General Jubal A.-Early delivered an land as there is in the state. Adjoiningthe and discount system, even though the "
< land of the lIon. Wm. H. Sharpe. customer buys, be is not sure that he has b Ea.Uah V.CeduI7nr".1I. Chetatat__ taw
*ddreijth&Academy of Music at Bal- a. ia W.tr7. I&r .1 toM
bottom prices MAKE ENS LAY Horn sod CaUl.Powders sold=are wonJaJ. -
iBmore,on the 22d ult., at the annual Here is a good opportunity for any one ...trash.' Ha MTUat llaeridaa'*OoDdWOD
Advice to Piano and Organ Buyers. Powder are abiolut.l pure and )
''and! the.Association of the desiring to make a good investment, as rtloabla. Nothing on earth will make beni laT Ilk,Sheridan's Ooodttloo Potrde,.. Dose 1 Iwpooerd
Mary- be Buy quick. Why f Because an advance to 1 pint food. 8014 4eTerywh,or sent by maUlur' L a.Joxioa k eo.honvx.Y.a.
...toi. .. Line, on Stonewall .Jackson's .camP the place must sold. Titles perfect. in price is almost certain. Pianos and organs '
'. Sign'"against Pope'in August of 1862.. Parties intending to purchase can make are OD a boom. The demand exceeds THE TRADING SLOOP B. C WILURD

... 4 ....I, \ enquiries,of Dr..G. W. Holmes or Hon. the supply. All the factories are ,
,qONSUMPTION, CURED W. H. Sharpe.. For terms and further behind orders. Dealers with cash in "AGNES"CAPTAIJ DEAUEBdGeneral rr
; hand cannot get instruments as fast as I '
. .4 t:' As.olds ysician, retired'. from active particulars address A. P. Perham Quit wanted. i Prices of material and labor are MCLEAN, r .

e > had placed in his',hands man Ga.'or IR. 0..Perhani.City Point Fla. advancing. The present low prices of Pianos Has resumed her trips on the Indian
t -1 m India Missionary the..formula! confer with Captain Peter Wright of and Organs cannot continue and mIl River. .
,. ..' '. vegetable remedy, for the not again rule in the next tea years. Those ,.
the fast "Mist" who will SHE CARRIES A;FULL SUPPLY OF
yaad permanent cure of Uonsump- e who buy now will save money. Large '. Merchandise
, f Bron itis, *Catarrh,*Asthnfa, anditod'Lung'afiecttons carry,parties to.see the property., contracts just made ,with Manufacturerswill Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods, ,- ,
,' also a enable us to guarantee present prices
:1 :JIOIi W ADd radical cure for General De- OYSTERS until January 1st 1SS2. Alter that we Boots Shoes Hats All orders promptly! filled.City .
,, .
s' IIi1i adall nerv complaints after can promise nothing. Delays are dangerous. '
\ ,1amDg thorougbJ1 tested its wonderful, Magnificent stock now on hand. I 'CLimN&.AHDKOnOKS. Point, .: .: :
, 'J. ZELLERS Se cn-Qrandslaber8.'JyerJOOulifi Irent February 1st 6m 40
T > 'in ,
j-. .: 1r thousands of cases
, ".\r & ji"i -*"iJ*d*t6 make it' known to* Will ship Oysters, to'order by steamerto styles Pianos now tfXXL"in ourVfU'erooms.Beautiful"Organs. Elegant" $50 For Cash- Only.Tbe .-' .S. RYDER., <

. -Slf V.10866.;with fnllparticwrections all points on the Indian and St.John's Easiest installment Terms Sent on trial. Captain thanks the public for their pa- ,
; ; for preparation and use thai. > tronage heretofore bestowed and hopes to re- ROCKLEDGE
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i.: t MalLnertfMflnr, ,o rice and instructions, Rivers in shell or gallon!: Kftr? iflOuceiMot can offer. Competition any W&pdAsibleHouse with the eelre share. of their Aurora in the fUture.. 46 Haa just received and eonUnueiito keepin

1t 1 'b taoeessful treatment, at your own None but bedded Oysters In large. or. world.. Don't fall to send for our Catalogues NO ,PATENT NO 'PAY.DlTCHTft stock a full and complete stock of, Groceries ....
/ .i' .'&.L...... Till be sent you bl return mail, small'orders.-v ,*. -.t' and fall Price Lists 1SSii Addftss ,Boots A Shoes,.Hata." Cap'jin '
i- 'e ,-:;-...!i by: addrrsaing WIth stamp Will"also'ship'T&to'order.1fsTFor *.Obtained for Mechanical de- and General Jfexebandise
11. pod elf-Sddre.ed enTe1o ., t Mien & Bates'-fiofltiern Mime House rH I Cli I O Tlcw, Compounds, Deslfns,I great variety
LabeJ& AU examinations
and preliminary I Ask for whatever
of description.
k'l: Dr;M. E:Cass; further particulars addressJ. SAVANNAH, GA.' a> to imteatabUity Inventions, free. Our every
- ., -York t, Jersey city,N.Jf -. Zellers, The Gf'If'-. Piano 4 .Organ'rfepot MQoIdde-everywhere.obtadniag-LOUJ3BAGGEB&CO.FatvnU" tent free. you may.want-One price to all Canned: .
. .. .JIaationthiB paper.- tf 26 St. Lucie, Fla 'of the South. Solicitors of Patents Washy jton,D.C._, Goods of every,description a specialty,ij ;
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: ,- r .. --). .'I Jaaetnrettsdry a CJM d1tha ...r1!.. L.-........ <: loss!wholly 6r toe part. i f thereat and .Mrs. Stanton speaks cf "tlsa
sl _.-JPt""' ''' p( -]: .ssaMtta..ratttrtaid J. "Iyamtivper"eatdlW: don't believe In beln' afraid of privilege of Sunday; demnral itlon, vidoal racredness that comes of anil

. .jai s wet boa New Brunswick,' cfwsI.poke from the Premier's room .+ .Johnson; en the outcome'physical fatigue: and sons! bonk account,"' ,Ins.. paptvj':'|'

; in a rCeatIMtsr. .Heap rasbed tree .a& r'e desk, aai'e, =- erp &ll.J. "I sar fight it oat and exhausted' energies.. Systematic overworK the .current number cf. &_, &

'. ,. 'opposition>member daring the daimed. : "In the name of God. what conquer 1&. If, the:Od: Hrry comes it will be .allowed, ia not compatible American Review, and the; *

"'' '. .. Dlr"j s vernment of Bir: John, ails yon,' Mitchell?, What do you into, X want to mat him with continued attention to one eminently suggestive I'Il111ltja-t.dI8Iii:

,"- VJ7W1D the last decade,and .was want?" "1-till said Sir Peter, fin- right off The other night my boy dim"nit and Important duties.; It products ence of having.or :not tsvinra.i -. !

a;.so.rntaat.and. most. ueoafcrtablein letting the sentence he had on his lips came home ngly as ain. He.was all listlesanesH, and this adds to the fund of money of one's_ :own"' '".- "\

.:. twsa' ,.t.1a.we- of"that:anbapp* "not a cent hs Bier been paid for the tired oat ; somebody had been sassy risk ot'f ccidents happening to both only a question cf finance but is, 4

> .......: Bir John was a conspicuous widow's cowl"I The member uttered to him and. he had been nursing the railway servants and pamengers ; far aentative of the atmosphere! < w
? ._ ; i4 i nirniiU,and Jost,before the Tenement exclamation about the', devil all ,day long, preparin' an ovi l"I excessive periods of labor cause men nd Independence of penonal

jof' Padiasaeet one wIa&K8ir Aimal,'and added: "Sir John Mackenzie powerin' raply. I went up to his room. to fail asleep at their post, and force tlon, or tht of independence '

.:called on him to indoor him to authorizes me to say that hewill Now he's never cross to me; but that them t> neglect the constant care and and lodgment of another ontyj'will .

pier fsO for .a widow's. W,that,had pay.for the cow; if you'll let this night he growled out: -. Mother, I unceasing Witchfnlneas necessary in woman who earns her own its,: .:::

We run over by the eau "I don't bill eons to.Yote." wish you would go down stairs and order to insure the safety of their own and who spends it atherownrtMwill t:

better there's anything in tI" exsislsnsfl Bur Peter sat down rather tired and mind your business.', ;I at de wo and lives and the lives of the public has, to this extent at least air

the premier peremptorily the widow got her pay. The Govern- took ,hold of his ,band., and hen I It cannot therefor be doubted jrree .of solid ,sattafect'on' m,;'|
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It's probably, a tromped, ease, bat ment organs declared that the widow boxed his ears a little. I wanted himto that many of the casualties on the Every woman his_ coantlesrwzys!"t\4
'11 Inquire sad J'OD.e.n" tbKvraw."' cow had cost $49.000. =Her champion realize my presence before I began line are indirectly caused l>y the demcrilization > which she likes to speed

Te.gentleman .tom New, Bruna. Ie aU11 known in Canada as Bismarck wasting my breath. ;Tnea I scoldeJ produced among railwaymen talkies the matter over IDCD8J"out with

wlek'was not used to,being treated so Mitchell, on account of bis boldness him. .scolded him steady for an from excessive toil and want or one. Sue: has her own ., !
it and called and shrewdness in Cabinet h..ur an'd a half, and when I got litt1ep .y
aTa'kr.y.b dbe pocketed outwitting a l. rat, A man who wot k tatbemernlflg."There's .., and making himself long the adviser through I could.wind him round my daily, when the utraln la over, returns -
', no Juttice in"it. We won't la-chlef ''of'' a vacillating Gov. little 4J1.r. /Mother,' he uti'I suppose to his family too tired to take Interestin Mrs.Stanton says the tore of attest
I. sort of hot-headed.'. 'Hot mutation Is as strong in woman Ii. I Ir
W Stir tbe cow, broke in Sir John.; ernor. am home matters,too cross to attend to '
headed ou're like little man, but that is perhaps rather
1'1&11. just a
won't ? )
"You won't yon rejoined
; wife or children, only fie to drone over
) as Agricultural. busted pepper.' Folks ask me why I r sweeping generalization. A WOQSS'
,. BIT Pete ; with a manner quite the fire or to creep worn out to bed
don't mad. I tell 'em I dot rich usually cares more for
that the set
.. bosneing M of the leader of after few boors of to be ,money: as a
again, ,
.. government. "BaYe.oabeen there One i of the beet diiinft ctants, says enough. It's as dfeablin'as a fit of sick present currency for what it wIDAj

er sent then and Investigated It?" the Poultry Bulletin, is Condy'e fluid ness. When 1 keep my own carriageI'm roused, half-rested, with aching body, and give herself and others than fIts ,.
limbs and sded far the
bEavy J spirit
"No, haven't, bat I won't pay fcr which is made by putting one ounce going to stir up j ist as many row hoarding growth. Ofremaa*
renewed of round
.ate cow. It's a mere trifle, and she of potass. permanpenate in a pint of aa my neighbor; but as long u 1 performance a or stive employment Mrs. 'Btsnssi
monotonous tolL Such
eight to have kept off the track. cola water. Fcr use! one ounce of this keep boarders far a llvin 1 hain't got amen, living adds : -*-

Don't the law say yon shall have fluid should-be-added to half a pint of no time for temn'r sr .".." at a mile's tilitance from his place ofempl Next to freedom of locomotion sad "
water )jment, is roused at flee o'clock
?" individual independence as
fmes Human Wear and Tear.It in the morning and reaches his Win
4' "I won't pay for the cow now'; and Ducks can be abed with profit, It of health, comes the necessity of nv
by six o'clock. returns at ten
that's all the answer you'll cet." kept under favorable conditions. An mnnerative employment and pleasant
is not desirable to -enter o'clock in the eveLing, and if h, goes
F widow'sISnrwon't very mental occupation. Woman II
t"T .Trbn'tlpay". for .the, English fermerretees annually1 about now
to bed obtains six hours of
you, Sir John Mackenzie? 1300'fur the London market." Manyof fully Into the duties of railway men. straight n the transition period from the oU

1 will-make 'yon pay for it," exclaimed them are hatched in winter and for tbeee most rcvsaarily: be tedlouto sleep. H w can the habitation of to the new, and Is struggling t) serrt'

ed Peter, now thoroughly aroused kept under cover till the approach of the reader. With regard to the hat man be called "homeTheSti'ittekertth a higher purpose In lire than she hisberetoftra

MY O I: will: will yowl How will warm weather. work of signalmen, engine-drivers. CtnturyTitBits known. AU girls are'not{

yen T' growled the premier. The United State Veterinary Journal and guards it may be well to point "S satisfied with the amusements societyhas

'"I'll tike it out of you daring the Chicago, recommends the following out that the Datnrt of their employ. ot Humor. to offer nr rail women with!the

session, M sure as yon are a living as .a remedy, for heaves : Pow went is more difficult, and involves a position of wives nu.tber, and boss

..... The widow's HO &'* anything rued resin, two ounces; tartar emetic geater mental and physical strain than What Is the difference between a : keepers ; and It in the want of cotta

I. Isn't It? I'll, take it out of two ounces; Spanish brown, two the work engaged in by the ordinary girl and night can? One is born to 1 genial employment that make ,lbs

Joa I" ounces; and Cayenne pepper two artisan, wbilj it II also very much : wed and the other is worn to bed. lives ef women so vacant and their

n... an .Irishman, against aa3otehman ounces Mix. and give two teaspoon longer continued." A signalman often I Why Is it ea.y to break into an old health yo uncertain. The love oftccumciation

;and.both were angry. fob a day in soft feed. called upon to wojk a stretch cf I man's house Because his gate (gait) is as strong In womsoas I{

The sequel proved that Sir Peter took In some patts of the West the large twelve hours (many signalmen word ,' is broken and his locks are few. in men. it is a great satUaotioa

it nit of him Tory thoroughly. He is oat crop and deficiency in earn will their whole number of hours at one to know that one has acquired the '
cause the substitution of oats for corn stretch), during which he can barely What Is the difference between a
a rooad-beadd man, a hard worker : skill to make livelihood ; has the
feed for A bushel of find leisure to swallow hb food. hungry man and a glutton ? One longs
apugnacioosand redoubtable foe, an as begs. corn ? i power to shape conditions; is fret to-
I to eat and the other eats too
nnfcr rving enemy, bold and elegant weighs nearly twice as much. one of ass to manage the levers (many are ; long gratify tastes; to choose rarroandlap;.
oats. If ground together the mixture extremely heavy tbe disk bell and What is the d.fl'r.'noe between
In debate; no dilettante -but a hard ), to erjoy a ,little of that individual
Utter, and some, .of his.onslaughts makes a better feed for growing pigs tingle-needle instruments, 'and the cashier and a schoolmaster ? Oaf aacredness that comes from penoaa$
and breeding than either line clear book. N.. tills the mind while the other minds
wars furious. If he had not great tact sows grain t only does hi bank account. Statistics show thai

be had great,feres; and he never tor- alone.A work involve great physical fatigue, the till. girls taking a college course are mats
corresjon ant; of the Breeder but it is also harassing and anxlou to What is the difference
got the ee1r. In the speeches he made between a healthy than those who lead listlSB
nu"I"day against the measures and Gazette is ot the opinion that fattening a degree Incomprehensible to one who fiche rman and a lazy school boy ? One lives in society; that women who do: t
hogs in large numbers under one management haa'Dent been inside a' aigud box aits his hook
methods of the government then and tile other hatea hi business are far more vigorous than
under he told the is not attended always with and who, consequently, cannot realize
serious suspicion, those who are mere household de ,
success a* they do not seem to thrive how easily a mistake may occur. The book.What ". .' I Ipendente.
story of the eo.-aDd trottedherout .
is the d'ffarence between t
when many are fed and kept together. a
signalman know the terrible retulto
with a frequency that must have The same care cannot possibly be tube and a foolish Dutchman One i* Tnat the want of congenial 'employ
follow sot cf
seemed Uke to anlsoals. may upon caniessncss -
cruelty a hollow cylinder and the other a ment is enough to make life empty
given them as is done with only a few, and when he is depressed
'Foully the last day of the session rout
dawned, and the consideration of as cleanliness is indispensible to the of health the verdict of man silly Hollander. few can doubt; yet, when one looks

.;: ) Mackenzie's expense budget was I't- health of the animals. daughter loom,before him. Why is a watch dog larger at night lit things as they are it ia. a source ofabsolute
than he is in the morning Because astonishment to find so many
The is stated to be
following a nearly
sumed. It provided the appropriationsfor The engine driver must look out for
correct rile for measuring corn in he is let out at night and taken in in women working in ways which are to
the signals the
coming regulate of the
year. ruonibg
the 'hem a burden and at for
morning.W. pursuits
cribs: Hiving leveled the corn in the
Sir Peter Mitchell took the floor train, and keep his engine under con
'and launeued into a eulogy of the deceased crib, measure the length, Ireedtb, and trol. He remains standing the whole D. Banks, of Clayton Us, bathe which they have no vocation.

cow and the propriety of makIng depth and multiply them togetherand length of the journey exposed more I: boas CQ-V. He says a man can Someone baa recently said that the

an appropriation for the widow. deduct from the product one-fl ttb, or lees to snow and storm, Ughtnltg pick her up and tote her ; then *'t great question wh'ch interests women

He ..greeted ,with laughter and and you have the number'f" bushel and burning sun ; sore feet and rheumatism : her down and milk her, and he can't at present is as to how they may obtain
in the ear for shelled com take one- tote the milk. employment without
mocking applause, and then hb audi ; are frequently the reeult. : becoming factoryinnds
Ion waited rear sily for him to finish. half of this. To be strictly correct,'add The guar I is obliged to watch the A woman has suggested that when or brlug employed in shops.

He continued .H. told the story over half bushel for every one hundred. white 111 1 or all-right' signal, tbe i. men break their hearts it is all thee Haw do men obtain employment without -

again with eliiabments and elabo Harness should never be kept in the green light'or caution signals, and to sinus as wl en a lobster breaks one of recours t these ? Tbe question

rations. He con rated the stinginess stable where manure is constantly red light uf&nal"i regulate his clews, am ther sprouting immediately for theone, as for the other, answers--

of 'the wear y ruler with the quiet generating large quantities of ammo- tbe breaks of the slip coaches attachedto nd growing in ita place. itself. People escape the lower by, >

o endurance of the penniless widow. nla. This ammonia Is rapidly absorbed some express and feat trained and When a by falls into the water tin* themselves for the higher, and

, He began to read from the Blbe! the by the leather, and the effect In cane of accident t e protect the train: what Is the flr.t thing he does ? He then uy reeoluttl infilling on taking; ;

commands to mercy,'justice and charity upon the leather is about the acme a. by going back one milt; to place detonators gets wet. he higher. If. woman will allow

; when the honorable membenItraaled would result from saturating it with on the. rails. The da)'" work aeraelf to be shoved tothe wall and

out one by one to dinner. strong lyeIna word, ammonia r<>ta of the artisan ia nine hours, and his Women te'dom stop to think. True ntay there quietly she will doubtless

Sir Peter bit a biscuit, drank a swallow leather, and hence keeping harness in week's work fifty-four hoots; the enrash, but they never fail to atoll dad the way easy. But that there sv

of water, and continued, .Impressing the stable is sure to result in its dam day's work of the railway servantvaries and talk. the slightest necessity for her doing soio "

upon toe empty chairs about him age more or less. from ten to twelve bourn and The husband who finds himself c-,n.. not true. A woman can do what

- the tender duties and graces of hu Regarding.rtlflcial incubators it his week's work from sixty ti eighty- fated in argument by hli wife instantly he will, if she baa the strengthto '

manity. Members straggled in again. may be safely stated that there are four hours. The artlsaaN nine hour begins t. out-roar her. will an>thing. A little stay ing powstia

Ha quoted the Bong of the Shirt'They several Kinds that work well, but only are done regularly in each twentyfourhour ., a very good element in life.

appealed to him to draw his remarksto in the hands of carerefnl, attentive e- *, wools the! railway servant, o.. It is not worth while to be.dlloour- r

a close. He retold the'.tof'7' the sons. A beginner should try one ot ing to the exigencies of his occupation, A'llvtry atable-keerer aired Spun ged and throw up matters which one

cow. Meantime, Bir JJhn Mackenzie small capacity, for an occasional loss is sometimes call'd upon to perform would never let a horse go out without has deliberately chosen Ole obita

was perspiring with wrath and anxiety of a large number of eggs amounts to two diys of work, or twenty to twen- requesting the lessee not to drive fast. de In the way of successful work for

in the premier's apartment hard by. sum sufficient to destroy the profits ty.four hours, at one stretch, and then One day a young man called to gt a omen and the power of tabU.hlDl

.. All his hopee'ware. bound; up 'in" 'th e' "The. care. -ef the- young chicks .s of he is sent cut duty for an eq'ud period. turnout to afend a funeral "Cer- tbe sacredness of avpersonal bank ao-

- appropriation' b dlet. What if It more importance than the incubationof Tne artisan is paid at greatly enhanced tainly," said Spurr, .. but," be added, count ia the false ride that exist ,

should:not gone 'to vote I 'The ..honorablei the ejrgs.w rate f jr worked'on weekdays forgetting the solemn purpose fore among a certain class of women who

member from New' Brunswick "Toe elect of a strong ray.ef. light over his nine hours while tb which tbe young man wanted the are ashamed of having it known that'hey

could not be stopped, for thu was the falling on milk" says the Dairyman"is lJI way servant,with M>me exceptions; horse, "don't drive t&st.Vh,._ work for' money The decorative '

one bill In the Canadian Parliamenton to develop the fermentive organ is paid at tie ordinary rite fur such J<>*t look where, old fellow," said th* art societies and the ,Wonun'rI .

which member ould speak as lams that lead to the decomposition of time; and on some railways, and in somewhat excited young man, Exchange are the TJrln-n pal markets

long as he wished. Tnere was no wayof the liquid. Thev> are of a vegetable some grades, he is not paid at alL want you to understand that I shall 1 '/urwoik that la done.MO-rota. Such

cutting short the debate No motion character,.and need light as well, M keep up with the procession it work is always under a disadvant'geL ,
was in order while he wai speaking I warmth to enable them to'tb-r'ughly I The artisan ends hu work at 2 kills the bors+." The caution necessary to defend the

e except. 'the motion to adjourn dc their work. It U beet. therefore to I o'clock on S3turd.y, and returned reputation of the artisan against tbs ;
and that would* be adjournment' tine keep milk in the shade, not necessarily I. duty at 7 o'clock on Monday, after en An old story ia oeing. revived oforayeFmeetingheldforalworlellow's possible suspicion of knowing bow toe

die. Tbe Government members in a dark room, but away from the joying day and a half of nninteirnptcd do anything uae'ul ornamental n-

were in consternation, ... the orator light of a window. reat; the railway' servant'* relief who bad broken his leg. Whit suits in sadly liwi cr ingherresourcil: '
Deacon I
delivered a speech on the bleating of Never apply pure hen droppings or week Is cf en without beginning or Brown was rrylnjf tall fellow The key to a great deal of satisfaction \
ending and he cannot be said with an ox goad knocked
vaccination, gave statistics on the cost any pure guano directly .on seeds or to at the if not speculative happiness in liis. '
erf fences in toe United Bate, passed plants; applied pure it will destroy possess one regular day free from tolL door but sent saying, Father could not come. is to discover that work for which .

, an elaborate enconiom on the auperiority l- the germ of mot plants. Properlyprepared The evil consequences resulting from'he his prayers In the cart" one has a 'yce"lon. and then panneit f:
of Devon fowl be systematic overwork of railwaymen were potatoes, beef. pork and .
cattle applied
for draft purposes, : manure may corn. to remunerative ends, and the sr '
class the,deceased domesUo with benefit to field or may be summarized as follows:
which any crop; gar. credneas of the Individual bank aeuiot. -
Mend of the bereaved .widow den, broadcast or harrowed,in, but is Increased mortality and ill health "I can't give .'!'

belonpd,and then bursa to describe4 more economically employed. in the from alleged natural causes,'overwork Tommy, to read because you this paper .
'without' doubt
.* \ the religious etramoniss in which hill or drill. As good plan as any, being productive of some things are What it
you mustn't is
: see. Wei difference between
premature death and old I
/* the sacred cow or B knish takes part probably to father the droppings? as premature Auntie '
just put a mark Solomon-and :
loss of regular rest and against them Rothschild ? One warking
when the ball rang for Topers.' Ashor : often M once a \week and mix with age ; necessary and I'll know which of
the of.
recreation they are. Jews and the other
*time more and the session would ay twice.their,balk-of dry earth., ; non-psrUcipatton, in home, the kings, Jew iq!

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..dv,''''':' 'Hti .r\' .... ::.).. ft! ''rt. dlff stem dye, Rasasaav, lee:: '" to be sallow; and it was; true that in -
'.' ; N'Ie; '\4,1' ..-I Insta&oa,gained celebrity, in the ,wiUlageof One'; ole >tbefapdsin>. .*doatrlnea the proosss! of giving the flash a warm Very :few people know the lassie
; : y. 1 taewosrser Fiogul, where,he was in the c( Schopenhauer'a philosophy glow the artist had given*'sn 'imprest .
of Brlatow's
&laU pentiaaseterP history fight with the
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. ,....t-. '! -..' ... .. -.:L,.. .' habit of lying in ambush otoae rto the is that the world 'M we knowit lon of local yellow In the flesh tints express companies when he wasBeo
p" .1_..k1 pies fxia a nttat.t: basd' highway,i,and:shooting down.everyvagabond has not an' independent ex- so strongly nuked that the o)mplsx- retary of the Treasury. The extras
di teigeuosabet
.W Jsi..- wltkMi. &Iiaa IM'aer ea ti b.r.Wi. sacred who passed.'In the autumn faience Like Berkley, be-held that Ion waayeUnr. When Mr. Hunt en companies made what '''Mr. Bristow

.fl ti.r.& !.. rlif lust) .p no mare m.10 M evenings Bitkov 'used to1 pick off It IB merelyan''sppeerancs l' The tered the studio, he looked at the portrait thought exorbitant charges for: carryIng -

f, lt' -Mi: d.&o him all aooorabl>> stragglers along the banks of the rives only real existence) be maintained.,is as it ,stood upen the easel, and the'great.distributing

$ .f" = a.lIe may wto dUUt!Uoc.ii Angar.. ,Daring sub tqusnt.. sport "the thing In Itself;''and the"thing in said: "They think it I. too yellow, cvuencjto York Sub Treasury.

;:: ... bioT..t fair J"..peiwl.3owei.. Pas,.her O.aneataro.or natoen. along the Biryns there ,were individual Itself" he Identified with the will... Inciraumita6cee do they? They always think it is too He told the companies that a lower

iJt.;: :......._..,............ ..... ,. Siberians.who. 'boasted ,that they ordinary we'kndiw1 the something except good. Your yellowsare rate must be conceded or he weald
, s-mpi.rtutapaiml;.bat Ujtto/, luna In had brought down as many :as sixty will only'as'it manifests;; itself'under all right with your reds and the take the business away'''from the coma

!!.(:4'i''''atraabddal'd.7 U4 .ear loeilBf to Lin and in some cases ninety vagabonds.. the forms of space, time and'casaallty; general tone of the picture and that is panies. They w
.:!'t. .,,mIkwiktylovsasd bI'.who tea a..tender.'..womaastans nverabea. Only upon one of'these''hunters of ,but he contended that there are states well enough. Look at that bit of sky time. Hundreds of thousands of dollars -
"-' TNfil W.. men do vagabonds* '.seem; to have of the triln".in :which we' pene'r.tebehind In your landscape (pointing to another were being shipped dally and the

' vom ual.10.- tai IXtiitM taken vengeance. They selected one these forms, and?com into picture.) Iin't that good for sky to express companies offered the, only
t; soeerbrtaetoUtdtwor4LKassost -. Paramonich,' who had been all, his contact with the will as it .is limits your trees and foreground? But it secure way for the carrying of these

b 4cet.r1u oI.1aDn1ecl world life engaged in killing convicts. The natore.< At such- times we'etfcape isn't much like that," looking up at great sum, and so they charged'cordlnaly. as

'._, '.i' .t'Qi+ M;jI orR FIU! '''butanes vagabonds assembled together, seized :from the system of inttlleCttnlInn.Ftons the light which poured through the ,, being certain, as' matters

."t!' Wai*slat tflittneUoaa Had. Be aDd J now a.,loeall will It.toe him and brought his career to a. clo e :which it is the business of science window, "and who said it was? The then stood, that the Secretary.scald
waif "
..J".f-o< ,Uals*
r ,WIMIBUB aballataad te ora tae or*tree incandssoent.metaL! realm of absolute trutb, which constitutes about art, and the more they know the express people were flouted
a .:'j tf'BttfllMxmkkcUieaa dieeranaeinSUf The picture attributed to Cvpacclo' the proper domain of philosophy.Even about other things the less they know that Mr. Bristow had made arrangv
.f sbstlHe'iU'SSasrecerof the tilldaa2iatia acquired for $2400 by the Uffizl at members of the 8>clety for Psychical about that. But they 'know what menu for conveying this currency

t IJ Cmdama Bia Uae aiaroal wumaa aDd aid. dlvlo brain dteraa tae man?_. Florence, is Incomplete, ass; if it hadft Research are not 'likely to take 'hey like,' and they don't mean to pay and that they could not save the bus-

i! ', r. r.ned part of a larger scene. The up higher ground than.this:land they till they get it. Incas unless they came to his terms,
, :0/Man-Hunllng' .in. Siberia., background is filled by a hull An eccleslafctie will certainly' not 'SUrpul "Sehopen- "They rank portrait painters with i For several weeks currency was transmitted
I' ,; in rich, robes,ltanda surrounded haur in the confidence with whictr hf tailors-no flt'no'pa,. We ought to to- New York in the most
- |Sorry" ,- .indeed-' even- when' death by soldiers with halberds; a crew conclusions fr m'hb'' ultimate make a stand against the unreasonable mysterious way. Only Mr. Bristow,

r 6. don-not come to put an end. to his existence Moor and a negro are near him. A principles. The states 'of th 'bra1n demands ct''the public, and let the hU confidant in the Treasury, and

,r ,'la the lot of the convict 'who man 1 n. a dark robe lined 'with.yellow I I which lead to such !surprising results patron share our risk. Of course, we tha S ID-Treasurer it New Yortc.knew
whispers in his ear. In front of the when in "a all do the best we can, and we should .
occur are magnetic
has_saca ded..'in, escaping.from the I I /we the way the work was done. The express -
fa dices of, Pattern S,beds.:. Witheul principal figures and running across sleep,"*nd a maguetlc sleep may beI be paid fur our work just as we pay companies held aloof upon the

.,a. resources of any kind, he must beg or the picture is beam" on which. a man reduced ,when"'we Ira 'asleep. In the our doctors* and lawyers ; whether belltf thatBrirtow would not dare to.

JOb'his way back,to Rum-I&. The ,altnnatlve I it.8llh his feet in a hole in the ordinary way taey" _t rna.u'through_ or not. continue to assume the" personal responsibility
would have order I>r -
[ an a portrait
,. seeking .emplpymyBnt is ground. He looks backward at the It does not follow that if we fall intoa fcr the safety of the carrying
; one which" "often has disastrous 'conse4)oenosi. ecclesiastic with a malicious ex, rsssion. magnetic sleep we shall'have'inag- mean the bent thing that (' can of these great sums, but as the

e >The convict of the lowest According to the Academy, tbe'I netic dreams';. and,..lCwe do"' dream do with a reasonable effort, and that work went on undisturbed for several

jpeJ stds the i Siberian, a* I drawing, is excellent and the color magnetically. it does not follow that boold fulfill obligation and entitle weeks without loss:or public scandal,
to be Of I like to have
paid. course
rich and; luminous.' :
w. an inferior, and has va saying which very we shall remember what we have I people satisfied when I am, but I am the companies finally gave in and

daaerlbea him as "blind'for three days' .. .. dreamt. A magn't1c'81ee1l II far the one to be pleased. I know something were glad to make new contracts.for
after birth.But the colonist has his deeper than ord'neryaleepland in
what Bristow able to them.
about my work and they don't, WAS pay
the of awaking from it
. nvtnre. He works the' supercilious A '
Strange Story.
. .-convict likens! ,beset 9( burden, and ,we may forget the.spectacle whichit and when I am, willing to let a picture This la the way the express 'eont-

!i lives hun as little rest.and aa little t has enabled. us ,to see, B>meiimei, go that ought to stand for something, panics were circumvented. The'fteo-
food as rossible. When wages Josiah GilDert tells this strange however;,'the impression width the whether they are ttatisfled or not. Bat etary selected a trusty special agent of

are demanded the colonist has:an story in the London ,Spectator A vision baa produced on our feeling remains then there is another way. You knowwe the Treasury, who simply put' the

orifhul,..aiof- satisfying his la- son of a ft.miJynamed, Watkinson ; aad on these occasions, if thfl'Vl8Ion' should all paint better portraits if currency in a valise and went over,to,
., '
bortr., 'The money;n is 1 paid without. residing at Lanenham, Suffolk had has been one of common disaster we didn't cars a d-n for our sitters. New York as an ordinary passenger on

f demur,but before the convict can get gone to America. One summer Sunday '(as it commonly is In the wc r it of possible Suppose now when a patron calls to the night train. Tnomas Cavanaugh

;dear, he falls dead,*'killed bye ,bullet afternoon they were attending wcrlds.accbrdlog to Bchppenbaaer,) order a portrait I should ray. I will the Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms under

1 i from the gunof:his ,cruel employer."Ibis .- service, and occupying a large square, we have whit ii 'called'a' presentiment not take your commission in the usual gallant Colonel Hooker in the House,
,; .method of payment is some- pew near the pulpit. .It. was hot of evil,"grid pfesentfment is form, but I will hire'you to I sit and was the special agent selected for this

: .fines carried out on a* large scale. It and the doer of 'the final building sure to beVealrz id scoter or later. pay von $1 an hour, and if you like work. He is a tall, broad*shouldered,

\ h adopted:in/the case of vagabond was wide open, and hue of the At other Masseoui.-msgn'ettaAlream the picture when I call it done, you deep-chested, manly looking specimen

...iabonn; who having finished their party I who' sat" looking down the: -that is, our perception of realities- can' have it for a stated price, and if of humanity' His square, ,resolute' , la the fiielda, return to : aisle could see into the meetinghoueyard may be transformed into a sort of alle- you don't like it you needn't, take stand snc- rowuP" face is accentuated by a

it the neighboring village to ,be paid off. which.was shaded by: tall gory which is capable of different in- there will be no favor either crisp, 'curling mustache completely

:The arc forthcoming and the trees. Suddenly, to his intense surprise teiprstationa this ,kind.were the wa}'. hiding his mouth. His straight nose,
wages With sitter on such terms I think
labcr.:n allowed to depart with their he. saw, the absent brother approaching predictions of the Delphic oracle, turn out 'something clear blue eyes and equate Jaws stand
through the trees enter at I could ratty out in face remarkable for its combination
ihardly earned But they have which frequently could not be under- a ,
; money. 1 know I should have a good
."no sooner gone than the peasant floriD the chapel door, walk up the aisle, stood until thev were fulfilled. Scho- time.I!good. I I'd him out the of good nature and lIon resolution. .
manipulate Just
aaaembles his neighbors and bay come to the very; door of the pew itself, penhauer was ,not .of; the opinion, Cavanaugh used to set out
does hli victim and it he dared
: :hig provided; them with horses and and lay: his band upon it, as if to take however, that our mysterloua'vl810ns bather his head about, art thingimproving from the office of the Secretary of the
flmrms, the whole party sallies forth ,his seat among them. At'this moment in their original form invariable para to open I'd or any with a Treasury after night 'with 'a 'valise
otheis of the family sitting" so his yop simply stuff ad with Government currency
Jn puRit'of the vagabonds. The re.torahig from the memory ; and he.: gives an
'laborers are speedily overtaken that' he was only then within their example of one which he himself- had paint"I'd brush.Just have my way till I'got One night he had ,in his bag

I i .(most are killed on i spot, all sight saw him also-, but at that mo- an opportunity of'studying.: This instance through, and then he could have bis- 1750.000 in greenbacks. Every dollar
t -'are robbed.tbe recovered money being ment he vanished.;; seemed to him all the more remarkable take it or leave it." ever intrusted to him. was safely; *
'{divided between the farmer and his This strange occurrence naturally because It related .to a mat carried. Not penny ever. was lost

..confederates.. raised sad forebodings, but in course' ter of little,importance., Density of the World's Population. His 'pay from the Treasury was his

The only respect shown for author- of time a letter arrived from the sub One day Lhe,was.writing,a letter in regular one, eight dollars a day. and '
of them of later date than that of his ,traveling expenses.' He gave no ';
.ity lithe prevalent habit, whcr rob- great haste: and when he bad finished In the seventh volume of "Die Be-
the vision and it appeared that he was bonds for this work, as the law recognized -
'bstyhn been he intended strew
the motive of slaughter, the third page to volktrung der Erde," published by 'J.
still alive and welL He was then no such way of, carrying; the
of concealing jthe dead. The murdered wrlting-eand over what he had writ- Perthen, we fl id that the earth, on a .
written to and asked. if anything funds. The Secretary had absolutelyno
eonvfcni saeulnslly'cut up and mu- ten. In his hurry he seized the Ink. of 136 038 872 equare kilometres,
tflatod, and, the remains. burled insufrbttheway peculiar had happened to him on that stand instead of the vessel containing space counts 1433t87.500 inhabitants, mak- iratection beyond Cavanaugh's
p&iticular Sunday. He replied that it individual honor. If he had runaway
,- sand and
places. This huntingof dashed: the contents over on an 10.5 inhabitants to
the the was odd should remember anything with an odd half million at anytime
'hunchbacks, as his letter. As the ink poured from kilometre. Europe is
1 about a Sunday so. long passed, but every tquare he could not have been prosecuted
soaped convicts are often' called desk he rang for the maid to wipe the moot thickly populated portion,
.m:derision, has' gone on for years that certainly something peculiar had t from the floor. When she was engaged I with 81 Inhabitant for every square for more than a breach'of-trust.
happened!that day He bad In the carrying of this money Cavanaugh -
) sue said Last
rtering so 'deeply into the habits in doing so, : kilometre, then Asia with.l8, Africa
off the,,people, that it' has 81caped'the come: in, overpowered wi'T:' heat, and night I dreamt that should be wiping with 7, America- 6, and -Australia carried more than his life in hja) of

>$ attention of few travelers throughAstern Lad thrown himself' on i. abed, aud ink-spot from the floor here." and Polynesia with 05. Of European hand ..
Siberia "Where' the bad fallen into a sound sleep, and had "That l not true answered:3ebopen- .
are : States, Belgium comes first If it were:even suspected that he
rt saen!" was asked of left in a strange dream He found himselfin haaer.U It' is true she replied
a woman with inhabitants per square kilo was carrying ch sums Vlr'ln.a section
.abi.rre'of email front ,of the country chapel; services "and when I awoke I mentioned it
a village adjoining
metre the Netherlands with '123, of a New York sleeper as an ordinary
'the highway. -"Gone after the hunchbacks I were going; he saw them all, to the, other maid who sleeps with Great Britain with 112, the Azores passenger he would certainly

,"- was the reply Such is theProalllncdemoraiizition the door being open,sitting in,their m ." Just then the ether mafd hap- with 1C6, ,Italy with 09, San Marino have been attacked' If he had been

in this ra' pew, he walked up the aule, he put paned to enter the room in order to with 91, Germany.wil.h 84, Luxembourg robbed, nothing but his death in defending

spent that'-boys have been heard toask his hand on the Pew door to open it call away her fellow-servant. Schop with 81, France with 71, Switz his trust could have saved him <'

,- their fatheri to kill vagabonds in when, suddenly, and to his chagrin enbauer, advancln.g'to[ meet her a: erland with 69,Austria with 61, Liechtenstein from the scandal. of being classed by

-order. that they may see "how the I he awoke.It once asked : -"What did this 'girl and Denmark with 51, Portugal many as a guilty participant in
Mb*,will roll his In' would be interesting to know dream last night?" I don't know."
on hump. with 46, Bonmanla with 41, Bervia the robbery. Toward the ,last Cavanaugh
MBS of the governments it is aertalDdIath.tor' whether such a story; is known to any 1&Yes do she told when he
you ; you with 85, Spain with 38, Bulgaria and became very; nervous. Housed
a convict escaped, or still one else. If authentic the question awoke." Oh, to be sure," the maid! Greece with 81, Montenegro and Turkey to start out with his money,liD one
'mdsrsupervitlon to be- antes-can sleep release the soul like then said." she dreamt that she would
caught ;re- with 26, Bosnia and Herzegovinawith hand and a revolver in another hidden -
Ib te&hig from the mine. Occasionally, death .. be wiping Ink-apota from the floor 22. Russia with 16, Sweden with in the pocket of his great'coat. A

,% &M'Imitate' the colonists in .' here." Schopenhauer gravely pointsout '10, Norway with 6 and Finland with close coupe took him down the avenue.
;Wr exploitations of the vagabond. that this anecdote Is not only suf.8cient out of Europe take toward the last .
5.Of States we In, the. aleep1i. ,; he
T'be Cossack, as well as the ordinary Covering Arrears. evidence for magnetic dream- Japan with 95 inhabitants per square slept bat" little. ,8ome-one was always

t<5 ;..-congehp. ,labor, and is ing, but that it establishes the truth of kilometre, IE:dla with 67, China (exclusive reaching across his gashed ;throat for"! ,of rewarding. with au'w the doctrine that everything happens neighboring lands), 87, An- the money placed his trust. It was
t. :"!t 'rflwd the convict .who .Thee died a few weeks ago an old in accordance with a fixed and neces nam,48. The United States has only a great relief whcnT.this.dreadful responsibility -

0!tops from one condition 61 man who may be mentioned heroes i&lyorder. ., 6.4and Chlli.the most thickly populated : came to, an,end, and he
. iJMahvvery to another. < Uncle Reube. For thirty years he 4.0.. :
of S)nth American Btaiesoniy I was able. to go back to his ,ordidary
During the 'colonization ,of the sold his vote as often as there was tan Artists and Tailors. Excepting the Polar regions, the meet! I duties. Today Oavanaughla--again

:ftsasbalkal' region the hunting tfnbonds election, making no bones about it thinly populated countries Canada carrying Government moneY., He 'is
with 0.4 and Siberia -
'fII-' was one of the common>di.* and accepting the market price with Your stories of Hunt remind me of with 0.5 with, the 0.8 Sahara inhabitants per every the official who takes from the Treasury .',.

,Jptons of the'newly arrived littler* cut a murmur. One fall, tenr another, hardly lees amueing. and, square kilometre. the money needed In the business
;"oca Tomak to Chill there is a* loeafe twelve years ago, he went to the man like 3 our, illustrating his sense of the '1 office of the Sergeant -Arma'.office; ,
:%that baa rendered itself,notorious who hid generally bought him, and dignity of his art, and his peculiarly List May the General Assembly of where the members are paid. Bank
fttt"pursuit ; 'Blank I I won't undignified of showing it. Rhode Island passed a resolution apepropriaUog' .
.., on a large scale of\ said: "Mr. guess way cashiers and men of high trust could
Hd auTict In the Tomsk got-. sell my vote this time." "You won't I During the last winter of his lire, he $10,000 for a statue to find much to leant In the ragged,unassuming

erametat Itself whole village I are deUvlng Why, what on earth alls you, Uncle one day(called upon an.arUaCtplijokuponportrait Bnrnslde whenever$20,000 shall have of Thomas 'Civanaugh.
integrity -
** *--- solely by the rob- Reube?" "Well, I want to see how it which beds b+anre been subscribed by private persona or "

T****T* *boads..The river K ruaa. teems to cast a free ballot once." turned- .with Borne expression edlrlst4faoiiori. otherwise. Towns and cities were authorized ',;1

brbssso.aued.with the bodies-off "You'd better take the usual two .from .tbe_tutjept an&gwjpr.! to appropriate: ''a' fractional !

: i? 92*convicts as to become puFingul dollars." i'No, I guess not t I'll try and to lve'.h1i\adei d.'the artist, the part of 1 per cent of their tax valuations -

: w IrId, open 'woods are it the other way once,. even if it kJ.llIme. .benefit pt hit jadgOie it bI the er for,188L The committee having .- 'A'pair of chalices with patens' ,in the '4r. .

;:,ae.a favorite ground for >the ." He kept to hie resolution and changing and so improving th plo- the.statue In, charge announce that possession ot Brazenow College, Ox-,
i. r ,ala .. -.,The:whole of"the district cast a free ballot, ,but ne didn't feel tore that It ibuoold"pf yt rntiatar""as a $18,500. has been 8u1'Jcrlted.and: ., an ford, have been found to have a hallmark .
1 1s lull.of the memories and traditions right over it, and at the'next.ele Uon I creditable work of art, even It It did effort i>now, being mid,' to raise this of 1502. Only six old challoea *%..

,B _a man-hunting. Heroes 'of 'I he insisted on having four dollars to. : not. quite snit the taste of the patron. '* to$20,000 or$23,000 and claim, the $10-. are known of in' England' and these
: "bi "Port are still alive. Bitkov, cover arrears. I The chief defect complained of' was 000 from the State. .two-now- .trove to be the earliest..l.k' .,

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:, .... ,- (19:r3prw Stoet) where TIIRASliEB, HoaxesMess. :
What the Carter
5J ........ ..:bL..cllIU1: 1%made for it was lately as Heard Bro's.
,ti &
i Jl iW0.L: settlement in the north LaGrange, ATTOEXEYSATLATT.Sanford Co''M1.. -

v: tb. will hare to have an addition to.the That BwWe's sho Bmcss : : Florida. 81 Dty Street, New y' 1-J.
6m;:fa'the orraiiL aewipaper I Mr.Scott U now located atTltnvilte.Feal .
nan;.eair. WHIiam Carter and familyof
t.r will the Chapin Brothers
Jttnrard u zty._ cure worst case Estate Law a speciality?
w ,Lowres county, Georgia, brother of dyspepsia.Will 97 South Market street, a I

..1"' .,d ail thesPic at TthariOe. ;' r>>sJI respectfully.solicits coajiaimenl*tj%
moved in and will settle near Ma broth- insurea hearty appetite SURVEYOR them. *.; .tea

: ', Lee.&L y era. By attaching rile to Carter they and increased digestion. Y

-:-" ir ..r.tiTiTiffri, tritnn'wrn coon be will hare Carterville, a name comprehen- AND NOTARY PUDLLC.Rockledre i-Freights sameSTEAMER to both!'

0'1'-' -' ive and appropriate.. G- Cures general debility, and FROM SA r.LVv.ii

;--H.baQbe f c yoar.o mniy paper ifJDS *.. ".. gives a new lease of life. Florida. THE TROPICAL HOUSE

want to theinara. CINDERELLA r>IS. "
get s. J05ES.
p .... >'XKrteaer-IbMWM hauled out, on From the Savannah Daily Time,Stn uMmo. Dispels nervous depressionand ML at Eockledge, Indian Direr, Florida* .

( seek There lies at the wharf of the rpper low spirits. S. Ryder, Owner... ProprlctsJr; --,,
the Ay dada JHIt ,for.repairs. .
Cotton Press attractive and novelsteamer .
;' .;., 'The Board County Cbmmiadoaeraon a very Restores exhausted This House Ls centrally located at Eotl t;
the "Cinderella built an nursing -
'I w t next Monday, the 5th Lost. Florida. ledge,in the tu.famedIndimRinrregbi::
mother full
unique plan Ometh entirely strength
,! newfor
lire'aster in the river reached its of Florida and
z TUT E. GLl.SU. i poses all the adraataget"
these waters The steamer is owned and gives abundant sustenance ,
'lywt atage,for this winter on Tue day. I of Climate, Health and Pleasure of Wi':
for her child.
by Mr. W. A. L Ostrander of Summit _
:=Qei l County CSerk A.A.Stewart, Notary Public State at Large. newly developed region of South FJori&i: :
KeY Jersey, and was built at a ,coet of
; IMS morel hk faaily.. bum Georgiana to. Strengthens themusdes AGdavita drawn and all business ntra3ted: Take steamer from Sanford for li.X.Poinsett .
g She Is built four
nearly 20,000. on
.; i ep- to me promptly attended to. -
place. aervesenrichestheblood. ,called Rockledge J'
f. Landing tfa
I ante iron hulls, carrying two engines of Office at his residence.Titusvllle ; .
-M.d&$:Titer carrying the mail miles carriage riding. Direct connection "
4.1 hore Her dimensions Florida. ,
are as -
from this place toEan>> Gallic and back Overcomes weakness,wake- from the House made with steamers. : .'

tIdI week..We .. Follows: One hundred feet louzf twenty- fiiTnrss and lack of
energy COTTIE. Rates $2.80 "
J\ day ,
I five feet beam, drawing thirty-two inches per /

atteDcWnry' pleasant danceat I,of water aft her wheel is at the far end of AmnyrmenU made by the Weelor J&ti&JL
Keeps off all chills fevers
the readeace of :Mr$ Brady at LaGrange "
the steamer hid entirely from view. She Physician and Surgeon.
last Friday evening. and other malarial poison. PIONEERCOOPERAGE:},
has ten comfortable state rooms, a large I .
-'be Dredge4 oat it is said will be Tltu?vme. Horida.g .
A pantry and a neat and attractive saloon. Will infuse with new life Syrup Barrels $2.25.t.. >
in the TT.1ifatt: about the first of June. "
the weakest F. GRAY.
The "Cinderella" arrived -vesterdav: invalid. Ganged to order ten cents extn. ',"'
ADd then for the Haulover. ;-
K-' from Bordentown, N.J., and is on her Honey Barrels. and Oval
Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL Vaisr.. .
-Kice Bloom either -- --- .,
Oraage honey, way to the Indian River, on the East 37 Walker iSfc. "

ertraftrf', or in tie comb, can be pur- coast of Florida, where she will be used 8dCru For KM rroa fan Hood I have Vaeue been a great Dy$- WORE WARRANTED. Breakers .:.f'|.
""" became: Work orders left with P. E. Wager or at ;"
chased of Andrew Frotdter at LaGrange.The or
: as a passenger and mail steamer: on the fP' :itatcd cWl could aotnsaia Post Ode*.TitoiviUe or with A. Brady at La From : : $iOO : : r'if[

yacht, race at Oak Hill, la
: afternoon was a failure. Wehats Her route will be ICO miles. Her speed .; blalmoac
ate. -I' .a( a.o.- B. R. WILSOX. and all kinds of COOPER WORE: to order:: &.
thin only two yacht an ap- is ten knots per hour.Deatfc how BnTas adftfti5ed ia the DR. ,.
,. .'. p.per dDcecIac: co pft ic a triaL T. JOHNSON, **/
pearasee.We I as aowtakiar chC third boolead ,
of Samuel L. Hoastom. have BOC ids 10 all ia tut Win continue the practice of Medicine in LaGrange. : : F1orldL,<,L
return our profound thanks to leas M I da at the tmtat time. ,t.'
Eat GALLIC FLA, Feb. 18, 183.1. Uo.L.F.Ca nII.BROWN'S Titusville and vicinity '
Mr and Mra Wm. Hendry, of LaGrange The Florida State Gazetteer
This young man breathed his last at :.... .
for the ,fittest Cabbage and Lettuce we Office ".
J. M.
the at Dixon's Drug Store. and ;;
bare residence of his Itther Jno. C. Houston IRON BITTERS
seen this Kaaon. f
Attention of this place, at 4 v'c1 ck this mornng. will have a better tonic A. B. AWLET, D. D. S. BUSINESS DIRECTORY, .
is called to Ye m. J. C. He
Norwood & Co'.advertwement this week. passed peacefully away, sur- effect upon any one who Containing the name, button* axd o&fraT_
rounded his afiectionate and Visiting Dentist. .
sorrowing needs bracing than j' '.'
up, 1'1of
Their tock of .General1Ienhandize ia
family, after having been a patient Makes the-:: .
lay men made. frequent trips to Indian Elver. .
complete, aDd those dIIiriDg: anything in sufferer for forty-five days with Typhoid Lake Worth. &c. Merchant, Professional & Business meek: \"'
their line will find there what :
they want. fever. He was twenty-eight years of age : P. o. Address, New Smyrna. Florida. and the principal farmers and hud :. -

,-With the iettlement of the Dele. pine. and lived a life of purity and great usefulness owners, orange groves and plan- -J
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Urant and: also that ot u.T. Jones von His good character has always c. 'H. \Ar3fAX. tations, together with a #,'.-5..

acres right borthat here Titusville and been a subject of comment among his S1dl'A of AH dtift, Toww and 1'T5bg% .':
XaGrange will receive such a boom that many acquaintances and friends and his Justice of the Peace and < '.1' '
NEW ADYEITISFME. Ana how to reach them and other valnabJUformittton. *: ,(\
wfti astonish'their prevent inhabitant death is a great loss to the community in Notary Public State-at-I arpe. -*: $

-At the coBBting sealed votes for which he lived and also to his family with STR. ASTATULA Otflce at the Hani-Over. This important work will be issued jnst:-\1(-

the PoBtmastenhip, last Saturday, Mr. whom we deeply sympathize. M. H. as soon as the labor of collectingI

64 rota. The Committee were Chat H. SALT LAKE pl hed. To the business community *.: J
This fine
steamer uknight'
Nauman, Thomas Johnson, and J. C. t> Every Wedncflflar & Notary Public, State-at-Larse, this will be the most valuable boot, ']:
Ocklawaha Saturdayat
River Line
u now ly
t Norwood. and that has yet been published about ;
( ing at the wharf at the foot of 10 a.
Washington m. connecting at
Justice of the Peace. Florida Price .5. be sold subscript \
$ to
>. n the Std alt. in the State Senate, street by .
.. undergoing thorough repair!*, Sanford and
... Senator Sharpe called up Senate Bill :No preparatory to going on the line between Enterprise, Court day first Saturday of each month. tion.

,. 94, Belief bill, for W. F. Richards, for Sanford and Eockledge. She will be with daily steamers forJACKSONVILLE. LA GRANGE Florida.ST. Rain Jq Admitting: $.?

third readimg when it- was put upon its., under command of that popular steamboat CIJUK.ABKAX9. R. L. SOfXERUX. 1 Page with book$50. }Page with book$M "jJ@Agent3

"paattgeandwu'paeeed and ordered re- man, Captain H. L. Cable, and will -"M.- Seventh 8tatettomey JoiUcial Circuit.. CoontyJodKeof Orange county wanted in every county, to '>,

I ffrsed to the A. embl1:. run in connection with the IndependentLine Returning Leaves whom liberal terms will be otrered.1II ->;
St Clair Atoms & SninerliiLATTOKXET3
, -:: -Oar new hotel manager, Mr. J. M.Stellenwerf of steamers from this city. Captain '.
Sanford and GUSHING & APPLEYARD, P.....
presents his advertisement in Cable hopes to be ready to leave this city &; COUNSELLORS AT LAW.

the BTA this week. "This first class hotel early next week.-Time Union. Every Tuesday and Friday at 9 a. m. ORLANDO, FLA. P. O. Box 1042.] Jacksonville,Fa.ARRIVALS ,

,will he kept open during the summer "..,. Cabin fare to Sanford or Enterprise,$3.; Will rive careful attention to collections A DEPABTUKES or XA.ILS. ,
and will
practice In the several courts of this .
List of Letters. '
months which,will add new life,to our Yeah and state room included, $04 Deck Bemainlng uncalled for at the Tltu- bOM e ana t:. Scourt at Jacksonville. Leave Enterprise Monday W iaeIaT. :
place during the warm weather.WeareJareceiptof fare, $2. J. H. SMITH, Friday at 5 a.m. \
rile P. O. Arrive at Tftoavllle Monday WedoMdaj
Number. 1 of Feb 1 Manager. LA GRANGE STORE ana Friday at 9 p. m. ...,
Bishop X II 2 Chandler J C Leave TltusrUle Tuesday Tnnnday aid :

.r. VoL 1, of the Hawthorn Graphic, a new Carter W W McJunkin W D L Always on hand a general assortment of Saturday 5..m. :
Arrive Tnnnoay
at Enterprise Toeday
fire column folio NEWSPAPER
journal publishedatHawthorn I Park T 3I Blethen S B GOODS. and Saturday at 9 pan. a

,. in Alachua county. It is, From DaytonatoTUxurriUe. ,}
\V F Subscription .
Colby Boyd James C Agency.The ..
j' -STRICTLY CASH Leave Daytona and Satnm
with Tuesday
I well filled local news and we gladly Thursday:
Brainard Louis K Jeffreys J M undersigned having day atep.m. i.
! place it on our exchange..list.j Von Stuber opened a A. Brady. Arrive at Titusvule Thursday Satarday sa4
Henry Monday at 10 a. m. *
Messrs. Stebbins and Sutton, off JaIlS M. Dncoy P. M.Titusville NEWSPAPER SOX' AGENCY January 1st 1882 1 yr 36 Monday Leave at Titntrrille:2 p.m. IHizrlday. Saturday aM .'

. Michigan returned yesterday from a Fla. Feb. 12th 1883. Will be pleaded to receive Arrive Daytona W dDesday5&hm1aJ- ,;.r:

.. w twenty-seven days'trip down the river, ....... subscriptions 0. L KEENE, Monday at 6 a.m. J

\ with C B., Carlin and the Ella. Hotel Arrivals. to any From Titodvine to Eau Gams 'I
sloop '
Millinery, Fancy, Dress Goods Leave Tttosville and J'ridaat' -
Tuesday ;
' For the week ,
ending 1 1883. Periodical
; They report having good time. They or Newspaper published.o 5..m. '

remain here until Saturday. 'I' TITUS HOUSE.SamLWadsworthjKeenejN.H.. Notions, Laces, Worsteds, &a fine line of at Arrive p.m. at Eau Game Tuesday UIlJ'ri4a.J. !4.

the steamer Tuskawflla will now'I .: Mr. Save time, trouble and expense by apply- KID GLOVES. at Leave 6.. m.Eau Gallie Wednesday: and Satsrtaj ,j-.

.. I Richards wife and son, Eden Grove,FIa.; 61 West Arrive at Tltosville and 9atm :
run from Sanford to Lake Poinsett ing to CHAS, H. S.\IDU."i Bay St.Cor.Laura Wednesday
Mrs. A A Berry, Oak Hill; Ingram Fletcher day at 7 p.m. _,
,connecting with the Independent line atiabiord. t Subscription Agent, JACKSONVILLE, : : Florid
I. and wife, Indianapolis Ind. E
; Dapples Information 'of Florida.i
This would look like
opposition Enterprise Fla F Cromwell Haulovcr P. 0., Brevard county, Fla.
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!to ,which every one says is the "life of. New York FOR SALE 192 pages new matter unto map for 188&Send .. -
Budington, ; Mr and Mrs John '
trade." The STAB has found it so, and Sexier, New York; lli Reid, Milwaukee The Lund House, A desirable cottage, house and lot laTUusville six cent to E.CIongTallaba6se '1

the Tuskawflla should advertise in the Wis.; M T Merritt Altamonte Fla. ;John I also Blacksmith, wheel wright or C. Drew Jacksonville,Fla

STAR. ..... Y Ratline ltamonte F1a. ; W B Moore Corner Main Street & Washington Ave and general repairing shop at TitU3T lle.
Enquire at the STAB office.
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LaGrmage IteMS. City. Titnsvllle, : Florida. .

Thomas Warren is ..
enlarging his place. Lura HOUS&
M z.p. Gray has commenced work on A C Martin, Sanford, Fla; Allen J Manufacture.

<, his recent purchase, the Collins place. Moore, Babylon, L I; Louis J Mickler, Pleasant Location, Good Table. ;.

.4 LaGrange is having a Boom not a big Indian River J H Smith, Jacksonville, A cosy home for the AMAZON PAINT WORKS. We comtlaw Ii Iteak.

,one but a; ,Boom notwithstanding. We Fla; A A Stewart, W B Moore, City; SPORTSMAN, INVALID) ill TOURIST.8allboats W.J.SESyEA co., .. ada oUci. ean' ,{

.hear of sereral sales of land being made. C H Na1lID3.D and son, Hanlover, Fla; mae-muD. oopyr ';;:
M Smith I manufacturers of the the United fitaeharg __ 4 to s
; Wm Bach, Ear __ :
,Measra Thomas and __
'.. Garvey are setting { .11I SIt .a
'" out Orange trees on the lot of land which annah; S B Blethen, Canton, Mass; G In attendance- ANON READT-MLED PAfflTS (lermany.soil sll other. ooanttisaH t

they bought, of Mr.,Mima. Mr. H.I}. M Magruder, Rockledge; P T Smith, A.Deisner, Proprietor. for TTBmfaiitf'l'lLlri7. ofmocli1a OI'.We t,';

Beady 'carried a load for them Milwaukee, Wile; H J Tiffin, Montreal, in all shades and ready forIminedlate IBM. IdTieety mail free. -- ?
on 11
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CUFCX Patent obtained uairenO' p
Canada pa throad1
Geo Cleveland
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. 'Monday. ;; 53 : the acnarriFio AJIKIUCAlI. wb ch
; Mrs Stevens and Miss Stevens, Detroit ... .. t7IAe. the latgeet circulation,and fa the moat its fl
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Mr H.T._ Jones,spent Tuesday last in Mich; E S Wiley and wife, Voldosta Ga .. ..... ... and grinders ofPUJe enual newspaper. : ante kind pal+igedtatl! 'to
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world. Tb :
;.t; the Hammock north of here making aur- A Purree, A W Piney Philadelphia ... a..WJIEIIDIRSE'OO I pateotM understand i
"We understand that he ba ; .... White and eplendldlTUlnstralea W-;
: :Jtreyi. ..Seol d Dr Fox Jno Mier New Lead, Thislarg
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tome of his land. How much ana who B'J Thornton, Tuskeegee* Ala John a andis admitted to be tho be .parer deTor.. ;?
3.- ; 4 Colors
,, to we did not learn. In Oil to science mechanicsInventions ?6 t
-' Doney, Opelika; John McAllister, Sioux I works, and other departments of tad *

i.i; The proprietor of the LaGrange store City, Iowa; John Sexton, Mich; C H '"'' OHoQ surd Factor, pro published to an)" eonntry.8e.all haw.* ..reaa <".

, '"''.,'., baa planted the lot at his store in orange Thomas, Kansas; F E Stebbins, Adrian; AGENTS Waited ec ; No 26 copiesEby roafl, 10 coiL by

; -:. '> trees, and Inclosed with a neat plankf. Mich; N M Sutton, Tecumseh,Mich. .... -- :::J r'D Ocean street, Addreas.3Iinm A p1IbUaheJ'll of salmitFdo t.
- ..e' t1. .n,.. ql,,=: JACXSO American.261 Broadwsy New TorK. :
\. Handbook about patents mailed free }

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