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 8, 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
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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\rz l5Ur iT TELEGRAPHIC NEWS Proceedings, of the Board'of County For the Florica STAR. The Local Option Law. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.From il

Cleveland.Furnace: Company at Commissioners. Washington's Birth-day-Merritts The passage of a local option law has ( oar regular correspondent.)

.. J flie'.:i ;,Ohio: ;has failed with liabilepliced MONDAY MABCH 5, 1883.Pursuant Island .!Jubilant. excited great interest throughout the WASUEfGTpx, D. C. Feb.24,1883. ;

."r1.6 Lf:;..... : ; -at$90,000.' to adjournment the Board February 22nd a large and enthusiastic State, and we give herewith a synopsis of The Senate committee on commerce:

iI convened, members present: Messrs. Wa- company of the settlers on Merritts Island the law as it passed the legislature.The took final action on the shipping bill yesterday \
Dublin has been
maytie ,<< .
:v'i ger and Hardee. No quorum being present for about ten miles above and below first section provides that it shall and ordered a favorable report to

...:, .';-.1 tihedr' goods trade, lives in fine style, Board adjourned until to-morrow. opposite ckledge gathered at the beau- not be lawful to sell intoxicating liquors, be made upon it. The committee have

%gjBtS:'"has'' been a favorite in society. I TUESDAY'MAItCH G.I tiful home of their friend and neighbor wines or beer in any election district, except amended the bill by striking out the '

Y TJt Chirks de Lesseps has left France I Pursuant to adjournment the Board Mr. Bagger. Beside the Island other settlements as hereinafter provided. thirteenth section, which delegated to the

Jr the.Isthmus of Panama with arum convened. Members present Messrs Wager were represented, Rockledge by Section two provides that any one collectors of the ports the duties now .

f ifbffof gq ptifie men and:engineers.! Wesson and Hardee.On Messrs. Wooten and Jarvis, City Point wishing to sell shall apply to the Boardof performed by the shipping commissioners '

': y dispatch.from Berlin 1 says that the motion it was ordered that the following -I prospectively by Dr. Holmes and wife, County Commissioners at a regular and have also added a section which authorizes -;

4-Tv:'lexiensive cotton mills, the Kampers muc4 described old warrants, presentedby Mr. and Mrs. Hatch, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. meeting, such application to be signedby the Postmaster-General to con-

r:7, ikfjrith'l ,OOO looms, have been burned. J. Q. Stewart and W. A. Simmons be Black, and others in all a boat load of a a majority of the registered voters in tract for the carriage of the mails in ocean
;' ''Ht arettesmokhig has become so prey : approved and new warrant be issued for dozen, who by reason of adverse winds such election district; applicant to make steamships of American register, ,provi-

:! r alert,among the public: schools of Philadelphia the same. Description of warrants: A. and no wind succeeded only in reachingMr. oath that each name or mark was the act ded that he shall pay not exceeding one '

:.M{ ; that a treatise on the physical A. Stewart or bearer, issued March 23d Aliens at night-fall. Forty personssat I of the party whose name purports to be dollar per mile for such service, and provided

' t.: it 'and:,mental..disorders' produced in chil- 1875 for $50, and W. A. Simmons or or- down to a repast that was magnificentin signed ; the signing to be in the presenceof the gross amount to be paid for R'

: 'dren;'.by tobacco has been pasted inside der, issued Sept. 2nd 1878 for 19.60 and its proportions, superlative in quality two witnesses; such petition "to be such service shall not exceed $1,500,000per

m :the cover of every textbook, and a vigo- that the old scrip be destroyed and exquisite in the delicacy of taste published in full at the expense .of peti- annum. Due notice is to be given

zrouv, campaign against the evil is to be ReohedThat whereas A. D. JohnstonSr. manifest in its preparation.After tioner, in a newspaper published in said by advertisement, and the 'contracts are
"+|&s: ";nndertakea.:: : Collector of Revenue, for Brevard the physical came the-intellectu county, if no paper, by posting at the .I to be awarded to the lowest bidder, regardless .

, has failed to settle his accounts site and in the election of the size of the,vessel, only k
!f iijip Some negroes, says a southern exchange: County al. At the request of the "Mistress of county precinctfor
with the County Commissioners and has two weeks to the meeting of the provided that the vessel is of American r!
; *pfc :believe that the souls of the dead enter Ceremonies" Rev. Mr. White called the prior

' ,', _graveyard rabbits, and a darkey would failed to pay over the moneys collectedto company to order, and introduced Mr. Commissioners, who arc to i.ue a permiton register, and owned and run by Ameri

.tf ., 'Ii soon be guilty of cannibalism as to eat the County Treasurer: Therefore, Notice Bagger who gave us a nicely prepared presentation of such petition. cans. The section also contains a provision $
; \ is him that unless such Section three forbids Collectors to issue that a drawback equal to the amount'of
L a.rabbit caught in or around a burying hereby given speech full of pathos and patrotism.To .
settlement is made with the Board of license without from Commissioner the duty, shall be allowed on all for-
I r:**>. ground.. As a consequence they multi- the call of the company Mr. White permit

1,$: t ..ply very fast there. This prejudice or County Commissioners at its session on who responded with a brief imprcmtu and license shall contain provisionthat eign materials imported and used in the <

f& superstition does not extend to spring the first :Monday in April 1883 the same that lacked neither pith nor point if it it may be suspended or revoked by construction or repairs of American ves

: the second thereof the Board the Board for hereinafter set forth. sels. The bill as amended will probably'
I a"chickens.: being day did polish, Mrs. Fish was then introduced causes i #

; will be obliged to notify the Comptroller and us a recitation of an original Section four forbids the sale of liquors, : be reported in the Senate to-day.
'T' --- gave
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1 $ .
,'S= LOST OR STOLEN.A and States Attorney as per Chapter 174 poem written for the occasion. :Mrs.: Fishis &c., to any minor or person in a state of The National Association of School

; A large mare Mule, stolen or strayed section 57, 66 and 68 of Laws of Florida, an elderly lady and one of nature'sgifted intoxication. Superintendents to-day adopted resolutions -,

'W :" ,from the Lund House stable, last night. McClellan's Digest ; and it is further or- daughters, she is of New England Section five empowers the Commissioners in favor of the federal ,government'

'" tAny information concerning the same, dered that a copy of this resolution, under origin and education but improved by a to suspend any license on affidavit of giving aid to the several States "so that -',,

' received and seal be to the said A. D. two reliable citizens that such all children within their borders shall receive -
1_ :j';f: "will: be thankfully suitably registered forty years residence on the wide prairiesof or more "
r rewarded by W. S.NOB1400D..t Johnson Sr. by the Clerk of this Board the West, an old resident on Indian dealer has sold intoxicating beverages to at least an elementary education. .

: : ..... On motion it was ordered that :Mr. R. River having come here in 1877 with her any minor or person intoxicated. A committee consisting of Messrs. M. A.

.\"''(' ,Governor Stephens'"' Condition. A. Hardee be substituted Road Commissioner husband who has since died. After his Section six regulates form, &c., of such Newell, Maryland:: Dougherty, of Illinois -,
: ,ATLANTA, GA.., March 3. Governor District No. 3 in place of G. S. death she returned north and spent one affidavit and notice to be served on the ; White, of Massachusetts; Lucky,'of

:Stephens is considered to be in a danger- Hardee who declines the position.On winter there,'the next winter found her dealer, requiring him to appear before Pennsylvania; Richoff 'of New York;

"'i.1ir' :: :oos, ,-condition, ,- and the belief is general motion it was ordered that Samuel back to her favorite retreat, where she the Board, and show cause why his license Beecher, of West Virginia; Pickett, of Y

:: that he will not recover from his present Brown be appointed janitor for the care has remained ever since, :Mrs.: Fish believes should not be revoked. I Kentucky; Edwards, of :Maryland; Arm ;

t :illness. At 10 p. m. Governor Stephens of the Court House and premises and in Florida in general, Indian River Section seven provides that any person strong,of Virginia; Haygood, of Georgia; ;

'U instill very low, and, if possible, worse that he be allowed $10 per month for in particular and in Merritts Island emphatically violating the provisions of the act shall Harris, of Missouri; Smart, of Indiana;

I*, tonight.a .." ., such services. The Board then adjourned : she also believes in George be subject to all existing penalties for Lovejoy, of the District .of Columbia;

- The'Latest" Electrical' until the first Monday:: in April 1883. Washington and this great American selling without license, excepting the and Northup, of Connecticut, were appointed -
if Discovery.
; u : A. A. STEWART Clerk. Nation. sale of domestic wines by the person to wait upon the joint ,congressional -
f* The Rev.Mr.Gilbert, during an address .,. ,. the and those committee and urge tne. adoptionof

.. at Christ Church the other night,remarks Trustee Tucker on the Agricultural By vote of the company she was requested making some ; protects the Blair bill.
under licenscs.Tallah.assee
'. the Times while of the Fund. to furnish a of the for selling existing -
f.- Otago speaking College copy poem FloriiUnn A study of the census reports of 1880

;v_. telephone, asked ,his audience if they From the Fernandiniv Mirror. publication. The recitation was followed in relation to the agricultural interestsof

t. 'would_be. astonished, if he were to tell them This gentleman indulges in a criticism by the company singing the "Star I 44$1The the United States furnishes some inter-

j'#" .that it was now proved to be possible to upon the Mirror in the last number of the Spangled Banner" and "Three Cheers for I Agricultural College. esting information in regard to the rela- ,}:

Floridian, which, to saythe least, is not in The Board of Trustees of the Agricul- ;
;. convey by means of electricity vibrations the Red White and Blue. These were tire profits arising from this chief industry -
good taste. The Mirror inferredfrom followed several German with tural College fund met in this city on the :
p light -to not only speak with your very by songs in various sections of the country.
statement from that gentleman in 21st inst., and continued in session from I .t
< distant friend, but actually to see him. a which the company was delighted if not I The of the
productiveness employed -
p '.The electroscope the name of the in- Methodist that he favored the idea of an edified. 3Iiss. Annie Wittfield gave us day to day until Saturday the 24th. It in varies persons i'
'_f' .jtnunent which enabled us to do this- Agricultural College,to be established separately -I some fine music, from a large and com- understood that bids would be recei- The surprisingly.t in ',
such. This view the J/Irror ved at this meeting from the several highest productiveness appears ;
:ins the very latest scientific discovery, as corn- plicated instrument of the accordeon the Pacific States where .
;''f batted as not for the interest of the Statein towns and cities in the :Middle: counties persons
and to Dr. Guidrah, of Victoria, belonged type, for which she received a vote of in in 1879'produced. :.
engaged agriculture
view of the fact that had of the State for the location of the insti-
r' the proud distinction. The trial of we already thanks from those present. We also had worth each
I staples $75,811,422, or $685 to :
: r this wonderful instrument took place at State institutions covering the ground singing by the :Misses: Lapham with viol- tution. Bids were submitted by Gainesville in the buisness. The
engaged next "
3 person {
::' for agricultural ,instruction in Live Oak, Lake City, Starke, Tallahassee -
on the 31st October last in the necessary in accompanyment by Homer Laphamwho highest in the list are the four Middle, 4;
:J! ; connection with other branches of know- Ocala and Madison, varying in
;presence of some forty scientific and pub- gives "The Fiddle and the Bow" the I States, New York, Pennsylvania, New f.,

':.,. He men,and was a great success. Sittingin ledge equally necessary and important, touch of a master hand. A vote of amounts from ten to fifty thousand dol I Jersey and Deleware, where 755,635 per-' i

;, a dark room, they saw projected on a and that they had better be combined. thanks was tendered to Mr. and Mrs.Bag- lars.On sons raised to the value of $343,757- :
r This view of the case seems to Mr. Tucker Saturday morning Gov. Walker in- crops
large disk of white burnished metal the ger for their generous hospitality. At 272 $454 each The
or ,to person. western: ,
l. race course at Flemington with its myriad a ludricous mistake. about eight o'clock some of the"old folks"and troduced the following resolution lookingto States next in
or Mississippi Valley
r ; hosts of active being. Each minute The Mirror has advocated to the best the invalids retired leaving the rest a division of the fund between the order with come '';'

t detail stood with of its ability the making the Agricultural East and the West Florida Seminaries: 5,346,544 persons producingcrops f.
out perfect fidelity to of the old folks and youngsters who remained worth $389 -each ,
$913,960,652 or ,
>:: the original, and as they i looked at the College Fund a source of the greatest to fill the measure of their ex- WHEREAS, The act of Congress requiresus person. New England's, poor soil and .'

,wonderful picture though binocular good.Mr. pectations with music and dancing. At to endow one or more institutions; worse climate cut her down so that ;

glasses it difficult that Tucker makes as grave, as uncalled and Resolved, As the sense of this Board
was to imagine 10 o'clock they also retired thus en- farm workers +'f
301,816 produce only
i rs- they the for a misrepresentation of our position that the intention of Congress can be 'i
were not actually on course itself ded what all regarded a very enjoyable
each. But the
$193,343,566, or$542 astonishing -
,., and when he : "The strangest tiding is best subserved and the greatest good be
moving among those whose ac- says occasion. Dr. Bower of ThomasvUIe Ga. result is in the'80\lth.. Here '
_, Lions that to edit done to the greatest number by endow- ,:
they:could. so completely scan. a man capacity a an ex-Confederate Col. was one of the
":':..,,. ,. '. newspaper should oppose so wise and be- company and not a whit behind the restin ing one college west and another east of 4,070,945 produce values aggregating i(,
t Hotel Arrivals. $756,391,303 or only $185 each. i
the Suwanee river in .
nevolent a purpose as the establishmentof dec- equal proportions.This
of satisfaction. The
: 'For the week expressions The usual celebration in 'honor ofWashington's
ending March 7, 1883. resolution the Board refused
such an institution for the growth of
orations though last to be mentionedwere
; .: TITUS HOUSE. our State." adopt, and it was then agreed to balloton birth-day took place on .3
first to meet the of visitor -
A'K Hammond J F Green Jacksonville eye every Thursday. The public offices were closed =
the bids submitted. A
has majority was
The Mirror, on contrary, urged s
and flowers in both
,:_ Fla: L J Brown J B Hess Savannah flags, evergreens va- obtained tho fifth ballot which result- and also a good portion of private ,business :.
that the fund be used to further"the wise on .
.:t .t.G*;B S Whitman and wife, Miss Burch, and benevolent purpose" of giving a full, riety and profusion were arranged with ed in the selection of Lake City as the ho uses. Flags are flying patriotically .
excellent taste and by skillful hands. At
,Mi Greene, Little Falls N Y; Wm H education in : point for the location of the College. from prominent buildings; and the J
agricultural me-
complete United
the landing on the one hand was a -
-..White, Stamford Conn Mrs Stevens only place where patriotic sentiment had )
; <
chanical and all other branches of know- States flag and on the other the Ger- The conditions for the location at Lake .
and Miss Stevens Detroit Mich MMShipe to to business was at the Capitol "
; p'veTa ,
ledge in our State institutions already man flag. And near the house another City,as contained in a resolution adoptedby !
,Jamaica, LI;Mr Jones,Long Pond as the expiring Congress has no time to '
established for a like purpose. We urge emblem of the Union was extended over the Board, are as follows: "First, \1
t' Ga J P for festivities. The
; Spratt Point Fla B C day was observed -
City ; spare :
making the best use of the fund. It is the walk that all who entered passed that good and sufficient titles be executedand :
TOid G so the Oldest Inhabitants in the 1.f
Gingrass, C K Cantine, Bock- by ;
t- generally admitted that so-called agricul- under the Stars and Stripes. Uncle Sam delivered to this Board of one hun- .
{. ,Wge/Fla; Mrs :M Logan, Mr and Mrs fashioned way, and military parade :!
T tural colleges have proved a failure. Let has to more loyal subjects and the United dred acres of land tendered by the citi-
i M,Carnegie, Charles J Clark,J W Van- was planned for the afternoon. r ,J jIt
us be wise as well as honest. The Mirror States no more patriotic citizens than zens of Lake City. Secondly, that the
i is than that i.
MtPittsburgPa'W'AL Ostrander more probable
as a consequence j
and Mr. Tucker are both aiming at the those who speak the German language. sum of $10,000 cash, as tendered, be made *
:Apprise Fla Miss Clark of Berdell turning States' evidence
Mary ,Hart- }
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the fund.Mr. Tuckeris
". wisest disposition of ISLAXDEB. available in cash and placed at the disposal
aD*. ex-Senator Dorsey will be called
:&....*. V&$ entitled to his own views, and so is the .. ... of the Board within a period of three .-,
:r \' !!r." LUND HOUSE. as a witness by the defense. If Dorsey
< Mirror. months and that the additional of ..
sum -
Parnell has written to James
,.' tom'J Falls NY.City; Jas. Stewart, Morney, had not already determined to take the' :>
be made available in six months.
\ dedg'Fl ; C H Thomas, Kansas Several hundred artists have petitioned President of the National Land Leaguein 'II stand to explain his connection with the 7 '
A committee consisting of Messrs. Foster -
)S 4 ter FUbir r', Aurantia Mills, Fla; Thom- Congress to Mr. Belmont's bill America, informing him thatif alleged conspiracy, Eerdell'a action will .1j
pass Tucker Smith Barnes and Bakerare
House of Commons refuses the ,
!t ? ;-'!Y'-i w Haven, XWA4AJLy B B LaRoche providing for free importation of worksof the charged with the duty of obtainingtitles decide him to do so. He had such a step .':j-
second reading of the Land bill which he
,< t' ,,WLiBodi>, J J LaBoche, Merritts Is- art. in contemplation at the first trtaL That li
the land and all matters
4 : JaDd, will move on the 14th inst.and if thereis to pertain- Miner will do Berdell has done
rr Henrr ITatton, Sherwood, Fla; a) &1:7,
The governor of Kentucky, it is said, further of legislation for ing to the construction of the nfre8ar1building.TB.llnM.'UIOO .
: 'IJJmm-'OL prospect
1' Faber, EHCo var, JR'' no though it is the current report, is not

;P(_\ ,;City Point, Fla; MS Jones, St pardoned murders in a attempts year and on a life half and 505 personsfor Ireland during the present session of Par- .. ..Floridian. expected by the defense. That Berdell '-1

l Stewart prepar- liament, he will at once proceed to the would confess and has been
_Q JField, J F _testify expected -
: ations for taking life or liberty.To Invalid wives and mothers quickly restored "
B United States to attend the proposed "
f1F'--f. q &edec8 AHardee, ockledge by the defense ever since the second
L relieve San Francisco of financial Convention at Philadelphia. to health by using Brown's Iron '
\I1I; Body, E LBrady,LaGrange, F1a; trial began. AUGUST
'1/1: {jI: ,$eed3ltasvill; ; Fla; E C Summer- embarrasment, the supervisors have approved Robert A. Packer of March Chunk, Bitters. A true tonic. i *' ,.

1lt}.' ; !B anlovvr;'FIa; E W Sapp, Enter. a reduction of claims in all departments. Pa., who died in this State a short time Gen. Van Buren will lOon return to To stengthen and build up the system r

'la ; Gee W,.Holmes, D M Stewart, The police force will be de- .ago, is said to have had an income of Japan. a trial will convince you that Brown's. .

:. &'" ,FJa'D, L finch, 'Ro ledge creased. Merchants theaten, if bills are nearly $2,000,000 a year and had no : The Prince of Wales is be in Iron Bitters is the best medicine ever ,
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"'I ."' ....'rt-." : t .. -- of glycerine robbed dry with a There are many dangerous and con arrived at Qaebea The :visit'
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with the most satisfactory but ills a practice more largely indulged new and original ideas on the -
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1 of
-ct : is the common interest
: r iLYer;war...sad two humanity. It mut be confessed thatLmisvillewomen results, and there Is a story abroad in than most people are aware of. of church decoration from Mi;]

i! just now concerning a young woman Belladonna is still used and many the visit to the Citadel the &;
:1aWspsoe.fislSiafall will
..., ; :; : h enjoy a peculiar who has not washed her face for three giddy young women and some older Hotel and Mount Hermon, O' :
i t1EreMr i tor poultry isof advantage in the abandonment ofarttttel.l .
.F xAa'e tesBM years and is always clean, rosy and one too, will risk their sight to obtain also contributing the general
bread While admit-
asiaaioaf rl.ilakera beantifien.
.i-. \srde klssaUe. But she 'has come to grief, that fascinating brilliancy by inserting ment and interest And the'flestiter
ol batter the:yolks that Louisville has as much female
opef tins
irli and her experience ought to be lesson a drop of bitter almonds or placing of which is really a Boval it\
: to the inch as :
u'DOPPR .Ilt..l:1w.; loveliness square
?'i.: 'ofabif ( : to every woman of sound mental con tumbler of water fumigated with pros chapters concludes with ,this:
; ;aod.two'onions siloed and fried city In the Uuite Slates it must ,
very any
with that instincts
the barbaric

,,' b wn "then wot 'thoroughly1 also be admitted
:r .t"" ,, ..;. -- .. such as at times will attack ments. Some equeeia lemon Juice on place this summer. Oa rssehiaf\
Isfffl i aIS..ftIL\ of her have been only .
.... water .
::i4.Y<111. .jIdJ- ''':!f ..>! -, t'f. "' too apparent, in the disposition topilau even the best-regulated women she the sclerotic ; others trip off to a party Bt Louis Hotel they saw 'SIr'

1 plot asrJ ood >ket'pdID&. use- J1&IlI gave her secret away to her lover, and miter dram of French brandy or a Macdonald with his thoutjhUa
things a little too red.A i 0 ;
'" deli. eoRsoap.of gtisMd tsredale. one dares not on subsequently received( a note from teaspoonful cf ether. A harmless! recipe and dark curls which still flhj)

:..,::. :of apples,obopprf_ :fine, ,and one of who"makes up"elsewhere without appear her him stating that he could never reconcile consists ef loaf sugar saturated against the blanching touch of J

;,.;;( .. ;;Xagli.hc, rrants;rid. ,,three eggs the. street or Is aomt- his heart_ and his manhood to a with camphor or cologne, and eaten Ha was surrounded by a lot of<

--.S' .:bsatsi'well and far.flavoring use lemejrtH .' war JID'and., as dispatch who could gtt along without before entering the ball room. all "1.U take '
: .. '... -- .. times more urgent than accuracy, her woman |lust crying: you,sir; f ft
andfratsd p nttneg. After washing her face. Lees rouge Is being fine home Sir 'Jehn.". Tom: '
-. toilet is net always made with equal
.. ssJxiaf tborbaihly, stein for two used The face It morn friends had the &
;, :.f;:;; : two every ,year. opportunity;j
and there are one or caste on .
','"- "b hours. and:a. kail- and than-- _servs- with where carmine was mistaken thoroughly rubbed or brushed with neseing one of those acts whkai
.:- "'11
J.:. J .r' wipe.rtiq, .. for black and vice vena, wet and dry brushes, and whenever a The Earth's Cellar and Roof. than even his great ability has<'
"" ;1'. -C.TT* Egyptian '
't y moirseatetake one cup and the Oriental eyebrow, which had lady gets a chance she may be caught ed Sir John Macdonald to a Iaeg

\1',.- V. et ileltlleei.oasoapof brown sugar, been her ambition,showed up in Terra pinching her colorless cheeks a very An article is going the rounds of the tion of the Canadian people. Bit j

,_ and \one-:cap of cold water. After cotta, and facial aperture that should har.nJM' If.Jld'qaUe effectual means of press, credited to a Ban Francisco asked whethtr Jim McCullogaV

.. ;boiW add a cup of butter making the roses bloom.If there. Jim was not there bids
together; ,
;r ; have represented Cupid's bow was journal, in regard to a point in the '" .
.rJ! ,had put aside to obol; then.add flour suggestive of nothing so much aa the eyebrows an inclined to desert of Lower California known as boy said Jim was on the itiad!

esoug4.'to' -ttitpfc*"', :fjur egg, well black beirpie. spread Irregularly, pinch the hair Death's Valley. In describing this would fetch him. Many .

: raisins and the together where thickest. If they : "'.
: use..pound of The woman of today is ambitious spit the author of the sketch says : wbenParltamentmetinQuebseyalways
;.! ooiraots,' eI.oDMalf pound to be healthy first,beosuie nothing is show a tendency to meet, this contact 'Upon no landscape can one look so drove Sir John. JlaVBfs7'

KJ- .-, 40foUroB.A f; '-Halos toe two hours.Bqiasliy sooosdueive to a pleasant medal condition may .avoided. by pulling out the deeply into the Interior of the eaitb; came, old and ragged, ,driving.:"-. t';

$ '. jrl4j>>aak., which are and that uninterrupted fli'w of burs every mornin; before the toilet. for it occupies the lowest point of dry wont cabin Quebec. S'r: John :-

7it f :* .vsrynlosforbnakrast, are made off I animal spirits and sparkling vivacity The dash ef Orientalism in costume land upon the continent, and,. so* far bands with him, inquired how]

.: .twe>'rapfols of eooked squath that has that teU ao well in social circles as and lace now turns the lady's attention as I am informed, of the earth itself." and the children were, and then i

>*'* sieve ai of ml because heN to her eyelashes,which are worthless cheers, in which even the disapf
r'I> .been pawed through a ,. pint health; and see I. is Thereupon the Washington star

j: i milk.two weU-bMtki erg two poon- nothing like a good digestion to keep if not long and drooping. Indeed, which claims to be more accurately cabmen joineddroveoff. ..'

t ;tub of sugtr,'a pint of fl rar, thorough old age at bay and stave off that time so prevalent is the detfre for this beautiful "in forme-'," thus corrects the Journal: Governor General and the ". -

Jftt 'ly sifted;a teaspoonful and a ,half of so dreaded: by every woman when at feature, that hair dressers and "Reduced to cold figures the valley in Louise. ;,>1
ladies' artists have of customers .. .
and a pinch of salt last tryThe
-0'1,6"( baling powder, question lies 280 feet below the level

:: .y :Beat' all t.apI.IuIr'1IDW. light and The batefal crow shall tread under treatment for invigorating of the sea This may be, and probably Lick :
: Tb corner ct let eye. stunted eyelashes and eyebrows. To
1 : h- is, the lo.ret point of any drJand ObservatoryA. ,..
'" Batoty is power : even knowledge I be sure, evening a lady can manu <
,,BstttsJ; made,.oi. one-third upon this continent as claimed ; but : ..
:if' Brown :. into its with
,.., comes presence uncovered facture magnificent article with als Concerning the Llfk observatorj I
atidtwo4hlydd apples is gocd. when it comes to be compared with depression .
broad : head, and no one o&n realist theo I crayon of Egyptian black or a common San Jose (CaL) JTmet says:, Tssiservatory
other of theeoitb's
,.,;"" .The;braid .should be crumbed very fully aa the woman to whom nature I match if driven to an exigency, and on some parts la situ tKi on the to .
surface it Is not worth .
apples eared and oho really '
i'I has been so chary of attractions. on the street a Brussels veil will cover the peaks of the mountain,at aa i
about. Th! lower valley of
f z )X'f ,tsMtt ,take ,two caps of brown Same books have recently appeared a multitude of facial errors; but when talking tion of 42S5 feet above ,the sets
the Jordan and the shores of the Dead ;, ,
:f1 smgar;vsV naif,of a cap of butter t wo"tssspnnnfnli which advocate the cultivation ol r it comes to an after,dinner reception or found here ample testimony that!
and little Sea, at its foot, which ere in turn
of cinnamon, a "
beauty on the.above sound principles,I a lunch party the genuine article or a 1114.000 which Csp& Fnaet het:

''nntoMs: ; mix' thoroughly and spread and directions are given for the modwoperandi very good counts rfoit is necessary. To shut in by the precipitous mountains out this year has been, wisely': .
on the:apples. and bread and .bake of Jn'da and Moab rising from 3900 _
j in all the minor details
:/ obtain these fringed curtains annolnt
ed. Almost
one-half of the
i 0
to 5000 feet above the tide lie .,
Serve with any kind of by act-
j". very,brown... which finally consolidate in a briUl&ni t the roots with a balsam made of two is '
now being '
ual 1293 feet below the proper ;
.J'- eiwee I and enviable ensemble that is
.;.[, s.' truly drachms of nitric oxide of mercury.mixed completed it will be 210 feeilontti;

To .mob tongue toast take a cold, not only satlafactory for the time being with one of leaf lard. After an sea the level California or five times deeper than a width In the centre of 60 feet,ass* I

well boiled tongue, and chop but is warranted permanent when application wash the roots with a depression. 40 feet at each side. _At one eud ij

very fine: mix.with it cream and theo once acquired. They Dimlntaln, for camef-hair brush dipped in warm The wield and uncanny qualities structure stands a dome>80! feet;hi.:('
wall beaten and let imtince that all the akin wants is attributed Death's Valley are not
yolk' egg, milk. Tiny scissors are used with araeter at the base and 48 feet 3ifg
% all simmer over the firs. Then toast leave to act, and It takes care of Itself. which the lashes are carefully but claimed for the Dead Sea basin, but which is mounted a fine ti .

:and" butler :slightly several slices of In the math r of baths, m plunge in ice slightly trimmed every other day. the peculiarities of the &:ier locality refracting telescope. This.initrassi,

'r l 'bread,'flr4:cutting off the crusts, and cold water is not recommended, as it When once obtained,refrain from rubbing are many and interesting. Situated is twice the size of any other (IiN' .

lay. th m'" In ,,a flat dish that has requires a woman of iron constitution or even touching the lids with as it is well toward the tropical regions the State and Is capable of a_'PO",j

!: been warmed; oovar each slice ot to endure it, and :where hot b tth Is the finger nails. There is more beauty shut in a? it is by the high ,1200 diameters. It can cause the I

'liaises'wuh; the tongue spread on hot used it should come before retiring, as 'IP a pair of well kept eyebrows and mountains on every side which protest which is almost 240,000 mlleYai

For.osnant jelly omelet, beat six there Is less danger of taking cold, full, sweeping eyelashes than peopleare It from the cold winds, and lying appear as though it were but..8301 .
tablepooDfalsofmilkandaplneh and the body being weakened by the as It does at so low an altitude, the ..
'agtjs ,together ,and add three aware of, and a very unattractiveand distant The remainder of the I
of salt. ablution, has need of rest It Is well lustreless eye assumes new beauty temperature of the valley of the lower be .",.
section of the building will <
,...Battsr a spider, and torn Into it half to use a flesh brush, aDd afterward when it looks oat from beneath elongated Jordan, always comparatively high to clock =. J \.
a -room, a largedormitory
J "'.of the'mixture,. and when has be- rinse off the soapsuds by briskly rubbing fringes. Instead of putting becomes literally like that of an oven and ,',

'set laths pan pot a tablespoonml the body with a pair of coarse cologne water upon the handkerchief seven times heated when the rays of writing-room-" ..;; 1>:,
.;:ooee reoeptton-room for,visitors.' ,.... r:
of currant jolly on top of it and in toilet gloves. which has come to be considered a the summer sun pour down directly The r
excavation for the great
f too.middle,'and turn the sides of the The most important pan'of a bath vulgarism among ladies of correct on it and are reflected back from the Is 80 feet in diameter. The, doas.,s'
the the is the drying. Every part of the body high and barren walls of rooks surrounding '"
Midst one over other letting tute, the perfume Is spent on the eyebrows be built on th5 solid rock and wfll Bttt i
Jelly run.outa, little and brown the should be rubbed to a glowing redness and lobes of the ears. it. Animal and vegetablelife copied by the famous thlrtreix,isst
using a coarse crash towel at the exists there, of coarse,after a fashion ;
..... When dons tarn quickly upon If commenced youth thick lips : refractor. This glass is 'the ktyeilt '
; euft walls hot. Then finish. If sufficient friction ,cannotbe be reduced at all seasons circumstance .
a platter.and may by coma renioo and ( In the world the next In elder.btf : :
rahj j'v?. four the remainder of. tho, mixtureI given a small amount of bay mm, thin, linear ones lira easily modifiedby mainly, if act wholly, due to the presence the Vienna ( .

I :p t. the spider M4 soak Intbssamo applied with the palm of the band suction. This draws the bloodto of the fresh and rapidly flowing inches the refractor at ths'NstsIsWnervatory .

I will be efficacious. Ladies who have the surface and at waters of the River Jordan. Heavy ; telescope
!( w.,. .., at twesJrNJInches
ample leisure and who lead methodl- first. temporary and later permanent rains fall occasionally, but at Intervalstoo Washington, iuataaMt
the Newhall
I--- cal lives,tab plunge or sponge bath Inflation. It is a mistaken belief that rare and In quantities small to at Newcastle; tweetr-. ; !

.T What is ua Architect t three times a week and a vapor or biting lips reddens them. The skin serve tie purpose But for that historic England ,'.
Inches and the, recently-snbtsi;.
sun bath every day. To facilitate this of the lips Is very thin. Rendering.hem stream the whole valley would -
.. tractor at the Halstod
J.. very beneficial practice sontn or extremely susceptible to organic donb Jess become a scene of desolationand
Princeton 1Dab&focal
.Tho lots Mr. .Alexander the eml- eit apartment is desirable. The derangement, and If the atmosphere a place to be forsaken and dreadedby twenty-three ;
.. architect,was under examinationat'MsidstoDO lady denudes herself, takes a seat near does not cause chap or parchment the every living thing as Its miniature length necessary tor' ,

t by Sergeant, Wtsewarddt the window and takes In the warm result of such harsh treatment will California counterpart Is said to b." telescope cannot bi dekrastnsd Heaee ...(

Baton narrow,*who wished to detract rays of the sun. The effect it both develop Into swelling or the formation Adolphns Sohlagintweit,the famous the oljsot glass. tested. !III,
weight ofhls tssUmony and beneficial end delightfuL When the now Impossible to build the :dON :
from the of scars. explorer of Central Asia, calls the sly)M
'after asking him. what was his name, day is sunless recourse b had t) a All hands cannot be made beautiful high land of Pamir "die Welt-Zlune" Its reception for its length

proosodsd: ""Y_ are a builder, I : vapor bath, which is equally effioa- but all can be well kept. Bed hands -the roof of the world. On the road anywhere from'forty to 'sixty'Tws '.IM'

believe T" Vlfo, sir, I am not a iota, but less agreeable. To effect I may be overcome by soaking the feet from the Bar j sub to Tarkand four > small structures adjoining .

.. builders'I,am an"'architect". "Th.y this a purgatory is improvised by in hot water. If the skin is hard and passes have to be crossed that are main banding are already aaN;

fr r .. ilea...the'same, Iappae2""I be, means of a spirit lamp a perforated dry nee tar or oatmeal soap ; saturate higher than 17.500 feet, and fo- *distance with apparatus indispensablsastronomer. ,pr... YC. .

,jour pardon,sir,'I cannot admit that; ottoman or willow rocker and a huge them with glycerine and wear gloves of 280 miles the halting ground jJ.
:I 'eoeider,them to be totally difivrsnt" woolen blanket, that Is tacked round in bed. They should never be put In is not below the height of Pike'PeaL r. ':

;.t.7 ; '*K>o, Indeed I Perhaps you will her securely to prevent the heat from hot water, and should be washed no. On the eastern plateau of the BaloorDagh ,,4;:..;;':

; state whereto U1J ,grist difference I escaping. It Is said this cannot be oftemr than. neoetsary. There are. there Is a shelter-house near An Elder With VUttsI. t.III,

.% exists f ".AD anla ect, sir," replied endured for more than thirty minutes downs of women with soft, white cliff Iron whose summit the main [t ODa., -r.ji;

ISL Mr.Alexander; Moouosiyes the design, at a time. and that it so vividly recall hands who do not put them In water chain of the Himalayas; with all its w>&*

lime das plan, draws out the apeal1D8bod.IDppU.&h.mJnd- prophesies relating to a possible once a month. Rubber gloves are giant peaks and Immeasmrable ice A reverend gentleman'in"'Abuss*

% '_ftnatJiraft-. : future state that it induces seven introspection wcrn In making the toilet, and they fields, to in fall view from the high shire having been ,summoner bawl

tbs merely the bricklayer or and is almost as effectivefor are cared for by an ointment of lands of Loess to the sources of the the of a*
for one
'1M a rpIa_. The builder, In fact, is deroUonal as for hygienic par- glycerine and rubbed dry with chamois Indus, while In the west the headwaters elders Presbytery the tippling parUcipatat'. *
= 'thomaohlno: thoardiitootthe power poe& skin or cotton umeL. Much of of the Oxns and Jaxartes constant :
can his summoned to *
fix K atP8: tho,maohlns together and < One cf the most useful articles of the beauty of the hands Is attached to be) traced to the borders of Cabool, a witness orgies, was him. "Wssl*'Jcbl t

seb>'il ....." "Oh, very well, Mr. the toilet Is a bottle of. ammonia, and the nails. They should be filed, never where the peaks of the Hindoo-Koosh 1&14. agiinst 0s4
\ member of the reverend
Architect,Wit will do; and now, after any lady who has once learned Its cut, and by no means bitten. Trim lift titer crests of everlasting snow. I ;
did accused
"C-, ;J-i'. bIp IaI iII distinction wlthoufe value will never be without It. A them law on the corners and around' In spring the echo of the avalanches worse:yea of drink over?".."WeelIwatasanswered the "

( '. 'adlfisrsnce, perhaps you can Insna few drops In ths water fakes the placeof the apex, never straight aortas.Ue resembles the boom of eontinnocsthunder svJsv

rf ,| the Court who was tau architectof.the the usual amount of soap,and cleans a sttfibuah plenty of soap and ; and In midwinter when John; "I've mony neversioi: ; ;J,

:, Tower "b$.aboir''. The reply, out the pores of'tho skin as ,wall as a, amaoelaawdcleantheaswithatoothda the'stcrm-wlnd the seen him the better o't,but ?
iit;. sweeps tableland, him the wauo''!'."'Butdldyotoi*thta
"" ,me ;Tromptasss sod wit, is not to'boHyalsdln Mach will de.: Wash the face wWa.Jleib .pick or dull.tIvory instraaaeni.made whirling pillars of DOW and along 4nmk t". Thafs wit'*]

:'I- tho whole history of rejoinder. brush, and rub tho lips well to for that purpose. Most eI the poorly the ridges, and often seem to daaoe -
;i1 ) t ;" horswasnoarohltsetslr, tone their oolir., Ills well to baths keptnaUsarsso bsoaoso a knife or together like spectre In their flatter- Iaq before see, he's replied sloksasdrsisftblind the tildeti4-
r. 't : ,asdhesetiti, eitthalaw"" beorep tUagbi ,the apiaf eersors have .... lpaeeted tett. dsr the a ...wlsdia 1t111. ...." .

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.. !1r aab.L a sex women an baMt i141ndokntand They ire worked InfUoseUeelnratoed'.
., .,.; .t.r'>:!ir ':; f t. ../: : 'tDUi object.Thepttadpel lowing toftwBMlioaYThVBtot.from'which : >'; everything tends- to ;make stitch the. 'eyes"'being. represented. by 1 .
.idi. ..... : colon are oxide, "
made to "
.,. Chinese matting to an therm'-Miry: wOW e nft. iridescent beads. .In e.e'recentiy Imported Ij,"
I )..' Ui;..... platinum ehromiam and"dranth aquatic trrrr or rash. The kind from :the '
A woman, more carious the. Kensington, owls are in -
., )_f :....: .'r Oxidse: -of- tin,- and, 'r antimony.give opae.. which the'eoUIR,,--U'Dj1l' made to about her faee,is commonly the more two cornea' sad swallows: In flight: .t.-

alre'............... its chiefly cultivated in the B&uihing! department in the eorrespiitng "
-abouther. honee.-Ben Joneon.It onee.
The- eltrworka'not with actual l:!!
,;:.':..\..';.... .t' ) : on the West- river, about ie easier for Sara -buk_an DOW In the shapeof ., ):
'j iJ'i.flaM..''aIIo bleD colon, but with materials which seventy miles tram Canton, and to woman to defend with or ':I
vases, two handles
.-. of the will assume certain colon under the similar manner to rice Infields her virtue against men than her reputation s:
:'di;.Thebi. ... Vestiges grown in a against women.-Bochebnmne. the favorite decoration'to by means.of' : ':
.r action of fire. :
of.Britain are ocrdBHotorred flooded with water. It requires '
i handsome, tow, a, bunen of flowen, ;.
In various partIIrl For vitrifying the enamel coatingon very,little care In the cultivation as it The reason why so few marriages or a of tiny birds. }> 'I'BIU'eUi

,. ._, '. an article the work to placed in, a propogates itself by shoots from the are happy is because young ladles group are'DO. ifI
"'-- : coven .- made in, :
_t: ifJ UJI :'in,enamel or muffle which consists of an arched I root, and attains -a height of from six spend their time in making nets, not crata, .a design of, leaves and Bowers; .
I' chamber in the midst of a small farad in making .
'v"'bIDCthem i to eight feet. It to brought to market
I I being g generally.worked In linen floss. /"
._ DneResi".,' theBjyptBlSMseeas naee, surrounded by>> fuel, which I. in bundles of about twelve Inches In What women would' do if they They can. be.wssbed, and on this ao.. ".

.. '_-'] and keep at a red heat although the fuel diameter, each bundle being sufficient could not cry nobody knows What I I count have much to recommend then. tt;4

.tesiaa... to'the Greeks' and cannot touch the work The furnace to make four door mats, or six, of the poor defenseless creatures they would, the -work to usually! solid,and they iJ'
'_.. and fs sometimes made of ;
smdtng:was'alsoe'fn.e. prao- rat are sort used for the sails of the native be.-Douglass Jarrold. '
are fioishcd off -<
.i .... by an. insertion .ofdravn 'tij
sheet-Iron mounted, on legs so u to ;
Enameledof sailing tt.
" .!.i cr There are three things a wise man work and fringe :-l'W
iti.tant early British bring the work on a level with the ,The district of Tung-Kuan produces
?.: :, will, not trust-the wind, the sunshine In England arraseno'hat: lost. ate ,! ;

1Bi...erman aaDuflc ln. .An artI. 'a eye.Paper large,qnantitee. of this nub,'but of a of an April -day, and a woman's popularity,''while here;'on 'the contra.' t ..

HBjaM:>wel, made by order of to sometimes enameled. Various kind used almost entirely for the plighted faith.-Sonthey. ry,1t..the most fashionable of all embroiderymaterial t;. ,

Iii ? sat'A.'D. 887 was die metallic pigments are employed manufacture of floor matting It lsadd '
liii I The love of fltttery In most men *.,, ;Table coven andportiere' ,,,
=. Somersetshire England, such ae will spread smoothly and take to better in the vicinity of '
,.. grow proceeds from the mean opinion they harden,ate.tha6irorked in
tiiilMSsi efl st'fhrfnrrt' :Anenamelgeli' a polish. The pigments are white salt water when the water flooding 1
scroll ,
patterns in weak t
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baTe of themselves; In women from raised ,
leadfOxide of zinc sulphate of barytee
pwMpN.entedby King somewhat brackish.: It to planted the CIODtruJ'-Switt. preference to given to geometrical and

*iwr:1he'J Corporation' of Lynn, china clay; whiting chalk, in a men usually in the month of June from arabesque designs. ?
1IiMri.....,. struum or upon a previous coating sUps These are allowed to grow for It goes! fAr toward reconciling me The latest fashion In doylies for meat

J.1iiiIMIi Bobbla born about 1410, of glycerine alar, collodion, water about two months, when they are to being a woman when I reflect that dishes to have a design of anoookeddishes
___IbY'iuimal 1D potters and exfemei varnish etc.,afterward polished by an planted in rows, the soil being plentifully I am thus in no danger'of marrying worked In floeelle or crewels In. agate or between calendering or burn manured with bean cake; It requires one.-Lady Montague.A the natural colon. r s

*Peitosy,tiaeBIipD.'Por, toning cylinders. nearly a year to mature..,Whenit woman who writes commits two Wood baskets are decorated In many

MlTtilied lidO,devoted many 'yean I to eat the stems are split' in two fine-:he. increases the number of i' fanciful ways, the meet popular being: *,

{" 1Ii 1Dftz7 and application of Tbe Remarkable Statement of with a knife and when partially books; and decreases the number of ,'I. by hangings upon the one side of deep w

i -Iliofiiad/ns i colon to pottery.srksbly a Paw Paw Physician. dried in the sun packed in bund .., women.-Al phenso Karr. i garnet,'a crimson sateen,'with fringe

successful true and manufactured Into matting at the of the ame color and
lies If .*.hiss. a motto worked, ;tj
met i natural objects. He died in city of TnngKuan, or brought to Can -'
in Kensington stitch more
: "Thip on
% Dr. L. C. Woodman, of Paw Paw Flax gray wool dresses worn with -
.'Wj: I ia.1 Mich., contributes the following ton, where there are several extensive pale pink. trimmings, ie the latest wood,the wind to eIaiD,''-.n.on the y .
Geneva (1607-91) manufactories. When to thetactol'7.
( brought
pot, '
other side collection ebnea
have in the fir
a singular phenomenon fancy introduced Sarah Bernhardt.
tl T.a Ii:one a of the first to excel in the grass, as it to called to by serves at orn. ftL ; '
shape of a man living here ,
1 r --;t He'worked for Charles L oflaetoad which I have young studied with interest carefully sorted; it to then made into Blue and red cloth pelisses' with The latest quilt for a baby1*'bed'to :

,end subsequently for Louis bundles of two or three inches in shoulder capes are the favorite wraps made of triangular. pieces colored'
of >>
and I am satisfied that his peculiar
;JfJaf; franco.. The revocation of the demonstrates that electricity to diameter and placed In earthenwareJars for little people both boys and girls. silks Joined togetherbyfeIther.ttleh : '

*' :.Nantes. drove Whim from the power nerve force beyond dispute. Hi< holding about ten gallons of The bouffant tonrnnre draperies at embroidery in gold-colored flloid s.',

MNs lib the eUrof hto birth,Geneva name to William Underwood aged 27, water.It now word give all women Tery unsymmetrical It to lined throughout' with,white

]'fMI Jean Tustin,'of Chateaudnn, is then allowed to remain in soak and even ludicrous sateen.
and his gift to that of generating fire
d tt7'J'the practice of grinding for three days when it to taken on1: figures.
Plush eovtrad frames decorated
through the medium of his voice ... .are ,, ,
Iii_ .,iii:ail :'of' spike instead of slated with his and dried in the sun for a day. If.t The latest fancy for neck lingerie I with small beMa or tiny: brass-headed. T t "
by manipulations
.'!f.ifi; hands. He..will take anybody's hand- to to be dyed the ordinary red color is to unite several colors in the ribbon : nails,or b7'palDuD&,a spray of apple .

" s L'the term enameling to usuuiled kerchelf and hold it to his month which hat been for yean most in bows that mingle with the laces at the : or orange blossoms In one of the upper' .?i,;

.,. too the oPUtental glazing vogue, it to placed in Jan containing threat. : i)
rub it vigorously with his hands<< while corners and a bird upon the. ) corresponding : 1 ..' i
fmwJilHnsiirfsnm strictly applies breathing on it and immediately it liquid dye made by IIOakIDC'laPpm.- The fancy work of the moment the ,
ifcejsiiliii of pottery and porcelain, wood chips in water. It remains in II
crocheting of ficeile-oolorad twine ef Fashionable
bunts into flames and burns until quilts.:are now of
lido being only that in the these J in for five days then dried for .
unbleached cotton Into collars and
consumed. He will trip and rinse satin richly embroidered.. : ;The centre+ ,, .
Mer is*(Ufa*is of baked clay. a day afterwards, again Immersed In COWl for dresses. for '
out his month thoroughly, wash his instance,of heavy white satin,
,.Isjeniel is applied to various kinds i the dye for three days, when it to Every lady should have a plush uponwhich
hands and submit,to the moet rigid a design of flowers and leaves to:
f yell ant pans stowing'and nd pre, I usually ready for use. jacket in black seal brown or some 'a'
examination to preclude the possibility embroidered. surrounding oDoe.
.....aa ."J .flavor would be Such, colon as green yellow and other color which will harmonize
his A bordering of blue.satin
of humbug, and then by gram. baby
"i.':contact with iron, and blue are the products of recent yean. with any kind of a skirt. '
breath blown upon or cloth about eighteen Inches In.width?hat a
any paper Ornaments laid aside
Iltslirwrenei by ,being cooked in The solution for. coloring yellow to ago
envelop it in flame. running ,design in "blteCaUk.. and
being rapidly brought to light to
iisllof_.* .4Ts -.!.,.--brass___ ,Or copper.. He will, when out gunning and produced from, the seeds and flowers sup each corner ie embroidered a,different
' ply the demand from all sides for
for of a plant common to China, th.1 I t j. '
enamel the puriwlriessmoar -
( *ordinary without matches, desirous of a fire, lie and cord trimming. pattern in similar, stitch. J'.gf.i
"Trulfa." A yellow coloring, matter lasMmenterie -
fused with oxide
1 glass down after collecting dry leaves and Is also made by boiling for several Sitin piping, put on as soutache Transparencies .for. windows are r'made .J(},
t4Tbill not resist'viuejcar "
by breathing on them start the fire hours of flowers of embrolderyor' in passementerie braids either of what called .*architects'paper1 'a!,,:
ili ii olfaer adds and a'danger.uejiiiliM twenty-five pounds
and then take off his wet stockings '
i be present unsuspected in coolly sophora japonica in one hundred appears on some of the handsomest or of very thin musnn,2which .

i 1I" wDdID ve.els glazed 'withArtldesi and dry them It to impossible gallons of water and adding when imparted dresses at the Cooperative hat been" coated over with liquid
to persuade him to do it more than wax, and left to dry. best to
Drass Association. The way.
.. H D.' cooled,one pound of alum to each ten } ;
1' :.... o. twice a day and the effort to attendant gallons of the solution. Gr en and Bepaiate ornaments of chenille and paint it is to, -stretch It over a frame,. in '.k;{'+:;fl"i ,i'y

: exposed to tube weather areNIIYrINteaameled with the moet extreme exhaustion. blue are produced from the twigs and silk cord are V shaped, the point being the same way at a piece of embroidery >.:-: -{.

"" I to preserve them He will sink into chair after doingIt leaves of the "Lamyip" or "blue very decided; and, while they and in that position trsoe cat.'.,4. J

, j. ., .-_1'i.ThJ8. ," .,- hat been done and on one occasion, after he bad a plant" which grows in abundance look compUotted, In arrangement are sign. Transparent 'colon' .Ji''aIIf: ""'JI 1 ;

:i ,'mold boards, wateratpiialtnm newspaper on fire as narrated I near Canton. To the solution thus simply a mast of ends of chenille and used,mixed with gold size and a little' i-NJ.'

.:... placed my hand on his head and discovered produced a small quantity of chemical round or flat cord tipped with metaL turpentine > ;
41i!! : varnish which to his scalp to be violently Imitation stained'' glaeelsDeoomlnr" ;>JI1 .
have Instead of the straight -
dye In now added. In dying these -'-
.. .
eat*some articles of hardware twitching as if under intense excite popular especially tot bonne; ':
colon the culms or "straw" as it is cord bunches of silk acorns or imita very ; tJ TI
iaakwse oid f mIahJ.Daa II not anislMbsl ment. technically called are soaked in water tlons of blackberries wonderfully well I where the view from the back win-!J ,

l, but a 'blt ml111ftmJah.' He will do it any time, no matter for seven days, and then Immersed in wrought out. Great care it necessitated i dower ie of a blank wallorneighborB.

I lam t' enamel' ,as applied to these, where he to, under any circumstances, the coloring matter for a few noun in wearing these ornaments because I yard, with its weekly'display Of Unen.Bqnare .. .

4" -I f 'a .l.Wner.: and I have repeatedly known of his only the dye being not. when they begin to drop off tables are 'now fashionable i}'

;Oee! :of:tbe. most,.familiar examples sitting back from the dinner table thu are much lees"pretty than a fl ower for dining rooms ; usually: they ',are t.t

st"omnaeUng. .to a watch-face. The taking a swallow of water and by losing ite petalI.IWI supported upon'one central column ,'

.sspsiomd of.'Uxeee is first fired, blowing his napkin at once. ion The Fair Sex. etxending into', carved. lions1' heads,, *"',-f.;

Jlgueibetae! .added. afterward fire. He to ignorant and says that A Giant. Dead. breasts and.... Mahogany coming. {\ .?

......ofgold watches and numersjssrtteks he Ant discovered his strange power Woman is the muterplece.-Oo. I into favor._._..t.._... .. \
: enameled by and exhaling on a "80 CoL Noah Oft the giant, ie 1:: 'I:
or Jewelry are, by inhaling per fucius. Lambrequins for parlor mantokfareof .f

"oBgraving them eo make de.tohold.the fumed handkerchief that suddenly Woman is the crown of creation.- dead?" said the lightning calculator the fashionable terra ootta'ahade of 1..

U. : pulverised en burned"hUelD his hands. It to certainly Herder. at a New York museum lately bo plush embroidered in. geometrical designs ,. } :
".wblohL and the but what to it? tween his oration on the snake charmer
; ;burnedin no humbug, He that takes a wife take f&re.- and dissertation the armless ; those for bedrooms: "of raw' 'J; tj\;;
a on
w1Mjspolislied;down, to a uniform Franklin. silk with Insertion of colored satin ::
"I knew him well" he con
r"enameled; ,work may be man. and fringe to match the.insertion. ,
I1U4bythe hbrisontal lapidary An Unknown Beethoven Letter. Woman teach us repose civility and tinued. Be was a giant air,.from ;:: ...
,; emery dignity. Voltaire. head to foot. More than that he wasa I The latest novelty in testable clothe/ .h.Wil,
*iwlieel, ,with : sec I Is to have them of fine crash 'with sT '
'' 1Misme with.rotteaatone. andoli'hed The following hitherto unknown All that I am my mother made me. geutleman. I lectured on him ; t.{
; i *
,..'j.third, ) by the leather letter of Ludwig von Beethoven has -John Qoincy Adams. seventeen yean ago and he was exhibited border design of quaint teacups,and 't

k er>oft wheel with,putty. powder. recently been discovered in Vienna: I with that Adam had died with : three yean before that. Two in the centre i a time-piece, th.bada'.i't.. .
to S o'clock. the, ...R
1 Usually
1 dear Baron: You would conferan yean ago he was at Coney '.Iand.. I pointing ,
_ : proow may be completed in a "My all his ribs in hie body.Boudcsnlt.No ia flkW ..l11.h'
embroidery is carried out blue
remember his tolling me of a>littletroible' .
; Immense favor me by lettingme .
t a._tbVatme.materials'andChocking upon man can either live piously or ae11e. .'f'
have two in he had with a big sfx-footer, s ay: .
one or rooms your .
! :the_ object to. bepoIIehid die righteous without a wife.-Rich- Geometrical designs the'most '
where I weighing pounds, who was in the :er. DOW.t_
aad house prerame
or placing it on
" :; ter. fashionable for all small articles
: ;
will have some vacancies this year. habit of coming into his place of business

lisaadpoliihlnt the work to roughiewn In return I will,gladly compose for 'Women detest the serpent through annoying his customers. Oft doylies, for instance,,.era, left quite
OOI7o-Vjctor HI1< "< with slips of water.fAyr1idaiMa your own use anything you like. a said: 'I looked tiown on him a minute plain corner ,

,,followed by.clips of The terrible increase in the price of All the reasonings of men are not ,and .I just rnUed that hand, i nl a double ,triangle or:.interlacing' ;'

the necessaries of lite forces people worth one sentiment of woman. when that hand came down the man circles or squares are worbcLof
pd ,.in,,powder of pumiceelwtiiaad .
._ crocus euooestively.nd however unwilling they may be to intrude Voltaire. dropped.' Orr came from MarysvUle Plaques of' hammered metal, 'are

.".:'.,. ,to treated. with surface upon othen to appeal to the kindness The sweetest thing in life is the unclouded O. .He weighed about 520 pounds,and mounted upon deep-toned velvets! and: r

( :.lead:and;ai I e laid on by abaYiVi of their fellow-men. 1 shall go to welcome of a wife.-N. P. was, next to Goehen, the biggest giant then framed with narrow beadlngt of a

I 'hair.brush ,A powder Baden this very day, being unable to Willis. I ever saw. He was about 45 yean .boD zed work. The most popular designs

Ueate await reply here. Please let me earth is better old. He was well proportioned, and! are Moorish or arabesque." Those >
.....,. .of,majcnesia) to rubbed your But one thing on
,', .dried surface of the lead, and have a few lines from you at once than the wife-that is the mother.- WAS a very.good actor. He has playedIn who 'are in the secret of such thing

.k ,'la ibidpoHshd. by the brush. with frank 'yea or nay.' I should be Leopold Behefer.; pieces like Jack,the Giant Killer,' assert that Moorish designs are-to be ;

.V ofhoUo1r perfectly satisfied to have the room in with dwarfs, all over the country.His universally adopted In,decoration.,. K
.,. ,powdered glass, borax: habited' before, by your secretary, Women are a new race recreated height was 7 feet 4 Inches. His .Handsome tidies are made by stitching ,
m line theworld received Christianity.H. of ordinary' size" CoLOn cretonnea of bright''tinta .
-t ..of:soda,:mlxed/fnsed: Philip. If yon do me the honor of parents were ;

.). Jound... ,...The 'ware is answering these lines be kind enough W. Beecher. was a Royal Arch Mason, a Bed upon dark-colored 'plush, with;goldthread
( 'r ",MIdc.--" ,gum- to address yon welcome letter to For where ie any author in the Yen aDd a Knight of Pythlat. ,He and narrow. .fold braid.' Cud. .-

' pewder; dented on and then Baden. Excuse my obtrnsiveneats, world catches euch beauty.. women's died at his home after protected ill of mixed'Color'toal ......'.Iv dks. "It yF:

__'elearefully dear Hen BuoD-cIJ'oIvn-tanOllm1lR q.i-Bb&keIPMr'e. ) ness in,which .he lost 980 edge and :trail.dMirir"iat !
applied. ,- -- ,, "tIIi
N -..*** potter and plead for your'obedient servant" W-..n is'.born. .for loge, and.It,ieS WllPL"-' "'. s ........ : .:: .t i,
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"':;:.:) 1r". __; rUY "J"'tIf!! li -, ;; '" .'RY' .:r v. Land OfliceGainestine' ; '
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':" $ ; &k 51 &- "J.oc-: ;.! L'.... ."', '.!LI'U. .....i.'. 'LINEJ.u.A.1. CASH! .
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0 ekdbglltT "J': lowing-named s :ttJer.W"1ited.his
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.. : .- ; .II._- __-A;..' '_.. ]".. t. 1,;:Y8BBIB7 b Gt! tD.I&aat !l i.ti, D t;. ." ; .i : \.c. r. intention to'make final proof. &Tn
.._.,. ._..0):' '..,"." .' ."_;.' "''''''''.'._<-!'',/''':'' '..t ..... ."I,'. .'." .:,'And' as.efeature Roth excel i 'I., -. ,...._.. ; ..,.-.. . ... ,.".. .,port of her claim,and that siidpRx*
of lorelineM.SoOicnver
E" .l:! .! : pUpl-tAote bath Us gem spot ') ..the 11. S. Mail. I *V *w -\\T: )t-RE' : be- made before A. StewartJciark. !

titi.ttMper:: : :&uautn In dnDce: The gbcMtly the cUlt court at Titusville' Fla- on 8&t'
In conlaat belghteby a)" .Side-wheel Steamers. : March 10. 13S3 'viz ''Francis .
"- I r Sito
';;.a.. __t.p ;:;'J8'... ._ ;
,.. .,oh'J- ...:"" If then be AT THE i.3\ : '. < : Francia Wallar, Points Ris'i
'.. &U ,._ ... \"fl. #....'''' :;;..:' ,' '-, I. 0,magic Spring REGULAR MAIL. fty;
,; ','. 1I.puJe4- : b7. .tbe.. I Full many heart will flood -- No. 3824 for the -E.4 .!. o -
Cg4EsfBaotla0aitaaforatlon... .. ',' ..- '' -;, ..',i. .4 I!With smites'&&n"Itd hallowed appertain by to BIRD.- Capt.G.J.Mercler. tion 3, Township 24 S. Rangy;3G Er#
$ ....". -: :' _. 9..n..e, : "T, Capt.J.W, Fitzgerald. H.g QQU (t'TE.RS 'She names the' foilowingwimprove ,- "4
si. ; 1-
.. thine art
For thou and her continuous! residajcft-'apc j
APEEbefotmeonle' 'at Thy aeething tide of liquid Capt;C.; IL* Brock.. cultivation of said land. riztWm:;.
_ 8II lau above-named steamers will leave STORE Sharpe and C. L. Faber (Cityi'p

A ,f ln E trt Rdh Bans the t belfsame river seaward : ,foot* of Laura for r..u..TK.S.street, lvily ex. and M.E. English and P..oben1M1: ,"-
):- p-m. of Titusville. Fla.
Thy willows glisten in the .
# aintricte made for it4aJKEWypBE anall Intermediate -
> 'ad maybe JEJU: Ill5E .
,. But the loiterer of the old TITUS rILLE FLORIDA:: i 4031. on"L. .Baey: E..J"I. f.t ;
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"v: ..;;..;.xulis=ietbe:iil".iclAL'newspaper .. .'.. ... U. I NOTICE OF FIXUP..H.OOF..1.:.'\
Vogct ,
."_" :.;."*'JK.: Itarvard. coimty.Aj' WASHINGTON'S Land. "Office- at Gainesville. 11L .
'.i -"" Captain J.S.Kattheson... j ilar. 3.: lsst-: }/'
By:urs.s.W.Fish. o
;!. ; a[t+tiEDdlt, ;O oe 'at .Tit avite tu the above-named steamers will 'NOTICE hereby given 1fcit l J '

_ ..."f-: ,.:;,:,{._......"ft.-.r.'i: : .,.' Jfatt. ,. _!lr. ,- Let- m1 us dear.a-i&friends"'tdsysoEs by magic l d' pt Saturday wharf,at foot 120: of p.Laura m.. and street from 't. ''t .. lowing-named settler has filed-tJotle."'
his intention to make final
': W. Railway wharf at Sp. m., for \proof In.i
-. : 'qg. .., ?< _.tiabt, .. bu.. ;:,tliaat. it. .II the ,WbpAwsoUreaiom.lawi: of Enterprise and all interme port of his claim and tb':&'said"proofbe %
?'. J M..otUD J Samuel-- -to take the initia Lit up tie hearts age The Oldest and Most Eeliable Place ofI3CSISESS made before ..i..!. Stewart}elirKx-
j.r... r....... : The youth oJ whom I heje $ at ralatka with Florida Southern cuit court at Titusville.Fla., oaSartBrittiApril
''\,:-H' '.',!1 tf!..atepa. tatrssdatbe ..72 ',"eecanng for; himselfr Had curly"hair'and.rosy : _Gainesville and Ocala. 21st 1S33, viz:J. Brady 'Bowers

......,. ''',' ,' : '.jm inter-oceanic. But wherefore,tell of minor;; at Astor for Fort with Mason t.Johns Talana and, Lees-Lake Georgiana Fla, Hd. Number 3,603; ftrtL

j c al; vu Aitti...,nag' Fiver and Lake It is the soul's deep stirring points on the Cpper OcUwaha. lots 2, 3, and 4, Section'23,TownsMgf

w; the Sea I The eye that's lit by fires of at Volosia with coaches for Or.. >+ South, Range 30 East.* <. if-.
iaeiril reea" -ean besn' t
\t. r' The intellect that soars Daytona. "00' IndGeneral ian River) Dealing in lIe names the following whaesa,,t i.
,:: ,a>i theSPadfic..The, advantages to be'! All Tell -things, at Sanford with South Flotilla Rail- prove his continuous residenceupouscultivation

,,:,';s:: ;derivid 1::ftom;::"this communication are And dares with wrong to Orlando: .)(aitland Kis,;lmmee., Apopbi and City with, of said laud, *viz.s J* Af'

,-x; :';" ':obtiotia'IMreli-Dish: incalculable.: It Though rgotedike.tPe. Lake Je&sup,salt Lake WIll Rock- Merchandise Crory,Joseph P Blake..Rob't, Mora
.- Indian lliv r. : and Andrew Grason all of
Of such an one you all Tftnsville]
5 xoaldebo rten.the' sailing :route, between And by his manhood's deeds at Enterprise with coaches for L. A. BAK5lsfx4ow3

a'r ...etrppo1is and ourafiepartomore Your hearts have throbbed New Amy rna and Titusville. Register-U..S"Land Offieis
; i lauitt l Mail steamers leave Enterprise None but strictly jint-clas goods are ,
":' than 10,000 miles to speed. at 7 and Stanford at 7:SW a. m.,
.. '' ., making close connections with NOTICE. '1It"' ,
-' : his noble ..
.. rah nothing b fthe3'd hardabiM When listening1 W. Railway for all points North :-,...,
Land Office at Gainesville Ffcu. <*
And veins the .
through your and sold this Stand.
,'\-r. ww.* **of--f".,doubling'. .CaHorn..c -and'. -the. To hear hbTctt-ean led pratIn bills of lading given to all points. bought at January-27a883.t r.
I Ats would."", : .one-halfj' .thepreeeat hint: tftnl: the !tAt of this line are all first class NOTICE is hereby given that the foH
t' huanevi in -uamed settler has filed no'Uce-.olhfc'
to' bWnd&Ki
rafl shippersan inch bbldt
"'' : rates! Were
't;; information apply'at General intention to make final proof in sup
I annual/aaving.of, a sum more.tltan That angels oft look'd ,corner Bay: and Laura Streets. p of his claim, and that said proof 'wilf,.
,.;,f..I, To markt1fe teems th t"jlecJ ; tr.B. W.\TSOX.)1anngcr. made before C. B. !
,. estimated
of the cost Magruder
: squat..q tjjijfcterert; rellatest ,nCK.Gen.Pass.Agent. Deport;
a ..- *" ** -- But not I 1a ; County clerk at 'Rockledge,. ;.FlaVwSaturday
"'* .of ih& !' .
cuum Was the fair wreath that c1a. I .
1SS3 via JasV "
)1U"chl0. : ]
$ ?i-- :
; 't' <.LJke' the SMX canal in the Oriental But first to make it firmer HOUSE, Remember A Dollar will buy exactly White,of Brevard county on 'HoicNo. '

1.'lf:! would revolutionise the commercial chan"nela Was bound around the 3230 for the S i of S E i; NE"jof;

: of the world and make this country. His country's liberty, and ', Indian River, Florida. C E i and S E i of :N ,E !.,of ,SecUoai3
To make the perfect diadem, 25 S 36Ea .
$1.00 worth..Established Township ,Range t.L :v M t
:). / the, greaVcommercial' ; country. His deeds,all.f Manager. He names the ibllo\vin witnesses', M> >

J :It would! bring us within 40 days,steam At Intervals was woven in: afore t* ttrictly a Flnst-CIcaa prove his continuous residence upon wd

1. navigation/o of Chin;'the East Indies and This formed a leaf and : iu lS73. cultivation of said land via1'rankbi, ,
:And then a full-blown rose pleasantly on Indian Allen and Cass Allen.of Georgiana .,' -
.nstralia'thu8 the time andcheapening .. ..
; ; '- and C. B. Magruder and H. S. W
.o shed its iragrance on
; ;f 5 transportation to these And'Charity Love were Rlrer, 250 miles south of of Rockledge Fla. ,-a;

!f).<.( countries.; \Accordiag, to an- estimates .Peeping the rose and bud Jacksonville. Address orders to 41 ow L. A. BARNES. ,Register. ,.' ,

"1Ji., 1?, 'laade'byvj.'dmiral Ammen, U.,&.- N. ..theflengthi'of.inia This;was DM wreath pa cloth ltOTICE.i
; '>t 0#' -- : Fine Steamers
entire : : would be '173J Immortal glory crowns his Daily ly The Headquarters Store, Land Office at '

"., ,jh..":''nTtz: .",3....miles. of canal- "from Grey- In.The Veraons deeds that sweet marked and quiet the : Pleasure Seeker, and Titusville, Fla. January29,1SS3.:4NoTICE :;a
is that the folio
hereby given *
to slack waiter navigation on the But when the of
t ,
S toWU bugle-notes this House presents attractions Ing-gamed settler has filed notice,of i
1,3 r54J miles of slack water Came pealing on the for the Season.
\S Opened intention make final
; else to be found in the South. to proof.insu[.
,; 1 iiavigatlogrt; 'Lake 11 ncaragoa; 63 miles His lamp w3.:5lit at of his claim, and that said proof. be
_LtkeTnearagaa to the west side "My country, I am wholly .\ ASSURES lUg GUESTS ALL Lt Y-A man who is.interested in his own made before J. 'A. McCrory, '"

......* If this right arm can serve ; : OF..\ HOME AT JIODEUATE Clerk Circuit court at Titusville.;'<
... .-Xof;: saidIate'ande.lij:: I miles from. they I shall not feel I've lived RATES. 4. welfare will be pleased to know that Saturday. March 10, lSS3. viz: n..S:

v;- I Je'to the.Pacific. The estimate is that How well it served you all cer Black of City Point. Fla., on ',D.-9;

,, ,- t jtfce first 86 sulks.-!"ou1dreqwre five locks How it beat back the Summer & Winter.LUIBE'R ANDREWGIBSONKeeps No. 3CC for the E i of N W i of S '

., .. ii with'Lltfitif; 22' feet each' and at the And how,in dangers darkest alr.Itllfltti''l the finest oysters to be found in C.'Township S, Range EHe -'
His calm composure held names the following witnesses:,t*
:"'. :point where.this .canal reaches the SanK And when his stern Titusville, prove his continuous residence upon" .

;Juan Biver: here shall be constructed aedam' They savored less of earth furnished to order on short notice cultivation of said land,viz:G.WHofi '
r : In foreign hinds, by foreign AXI SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT PATUOXS. C. L. Faber. Geo. Chester.. ,and Albert!
; .60:fcet in height affording slack wa- Dressed
thosand. lum- Wilson {
America's chief's per of City : ,
great -
/ er navigation to.the Lake.. The Lake is 41 5\v L. .\.-BasaEs'ReistertINJUSTICE'S .
,c .' And savages m wild refrain, ,
) thousand. -
$20.00 to 24.00 per Plain and Cake made to order.
': ;li :a clesrbodTof water fresh and Have bweli'd in thrilling Fancy COURT.,

with a depth.of from 50 to'120 feet. That i And Scotland's bard, when & SHINGLES Baler Bread alicayii on ItanJ. ; 'i'
P. S. Parramore, ,_ "i..
part 9f,the ctnaltetween the Lake and given Also first-class Kirber attached.
i'.t.rA a shop
For Robert Peel, and all always on band: vs. Ain't,.claimed NT"I. .
H _Pacific: .would require a cut of 40 feet The glass had drained, C. Collier. : :::;

s; r 1" ; to,the lake level.and would:,require locks And he was asked why he P. M. FISHER. LUMBER THE Defendant is hereby-.notified'

.111..03.t: .overcome: the. difference in level be- "I give a greater name,*' 1 the institution of this suit; and.'coir
,, .: "America's brave chief A. GIBSON Will be furnished to order ou short notice he shall appear and answer before E.;.1
t.t. ,, tweea the lake and the ocean.' The engineer ,
And Germany's great at $lS.OO thousand. Rice, a Justice of the Peace,"at.Titc
.f$ estimate of the cost of construction per
; He wrote his list of noble Commission Merchant. Brevard county, .Florida on the, Ml
;(({ 'Isabout'; 52,000,0oo, and the time for In brightest shades of LUMBER & SHINGLESAlways day of March A. D. 18S3, ,judgemest;.

toriconstruction: aboutfive years and it isAprobably Our noble Hero's name \'l1le, Fla. will be rendered against him bydeILos ;
)B 'i'1 *-tife1 on hand.C. ) 8. JO ES:1f-.
taestimate. the entire cost And,the proud Eagle, as he -nior partner of the firm of Gib- Plainiiff Auome1.

,:;r { ";Of eonstnu ,- f-wayandentrance The From noblest towering strain cliff, the to high dissolved:: Jan 1st 1883.] MAGRUDER & CO. Titusville, Fla., February IISS3.1i1SPORTSMEN'S :

'i\5.harborsat either end at $150,000,000 and j That issues from his solicit consignments -

,. ; { ,f ,that when constructed it would yield the 1 Will ever be,while tim of NOR"VOOD'SFast EMPORIUM. jj .'

TW: ':government an annual revenue of from The glorious name of Hack Line. R. C. SCRIMGEOUB "
3Ierritt's Island SYRUP HIDES ,. %
....A!*W ..:$....,'nOOO'MntO, .. $)'Ooo,, !*39.* i It: :*9 stimaj'ted .- -41., '. 7

-'J', "paM, :..:-through"" this canal will be. about 34 just loaded with. bloom.CONSUMPTION.1. '.. in the State. The Cheapest and Most Direct Birds: & animals. .for mounted Anatomy.-with'aome- .reaped. :.;r::,

>. ..;. : -, 'V., J' -.' ... -.. ..' P.. i'in 4'* .ii Returns made day of Sal ROUTE Everything; appertaining; to'.aMOtIar.

't 't ,_ SOME; 'idpa of tine toleoi; which :the An old physician retired ToTltu\'lIleand and ment fishing and at to reasonable be found my?' establ1': "

i preparations for the:czar's coronation at practice, having had placed SALE IiiUianRlver. r '"

Moscow is carried on be gathered.flow bv an East India Missionary CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL. Also dealer in the Celebrated' 'Listbrand
.. may
; of! of Asbestos paint in all 'colors'ready
{j' : (statement contained in a recent a simple and 'vegetable ', TITUS HOUSE for use The best and.;cheap
speedy permanent cure ,
ii'le' dispatch : !'F1e en-miles oftables, tionr Bronchitis, Catarrh, : ; ONE trip DAILY between the ST. paint ever introduced for House or :Boats
& ON Oil iultaik
stoves in
use. ;
4\ ire constructed for the all Throat and aff great variety
:' being banquet on Lung JOUNS and L DI.RIYER3.. for or boat '
family ;:J\
amleighty-five: and radical cure for _: ;
,:;. the plain; circular counters bility positive and all nervous RIVER, Leaves Enterprise EVERY Morning, arriving OIL WARRANTED pURJ:,

;!. for the distribution the moujiks at Titusville the SAME day
having thoroughly tested '
-.. ) ;;900,000 pies. Rubinstein: : is to write.a curative powers in containing ;! PraWs Cel ratcd Astral Oil 1f IU

'' : """ march,and direct an orchestra of< 1,000 feels it is his duty to make Office, Parlor, Dining Room, ReturningLeaves :

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;,....:enormous Taia,' hold free beer,'are being and ulars all, directions for advice Airy Bedrooms! at :Enterprise In the ev ning.- House Triple plated"Table"ware jromlr
necessary Holmes; Booth.Ilsydera '::
\ builti iu the:public and an Englishcompany'n
for successful treatment
Servants' Quarters
Lanterns 'N'1eb
AddressW. ;Razors, .Combs, Viet:
\ ':covering. the 'Kremlin with' home;will be sent you by S.. Norwood, In endless variety. ,.-japad; '
.4 el: ectriclig: .. .free of charge, by $ ? i _all necessary outbuilding ;
:. .._ .. : '
_<"<"'"":""!1:"{. ;.. .k t."; ...n... or stamped, self-addressed ; 'of ofl3OOO gal. capacity, TITUSVILLE, FLORID 'CigarsTobaccogPipesi". ..
TTlie. ''a>np .Qt< andall
; 201 York street --alro- C. J. HECTOR smokers' articles. :
Jersey .
t ,1D1!" . Welter .Tresca; received 16r\Iention this, ... F T. ,
$;t.. :threevaentiaeebn-the Hth February paper. TURE ,' When you .cannot ,find .
L ,
"? which' bid fair to caaw that young man to NOTICE. : Hardware and what: you want In the other storea-keA. ;'

;i-: < will be
sure to act suited.
dissolved mutual !
day by '
Sitt.ttr. rock The Grounds : ** -* -i -,. ;r < '&"
for;if three bouncing boys to at one I Hatch alone is authorized ,
3lk .
r ,. t we accounts of the late firm.A. Large and Nicely Laid Out. e ( :tE. ,,
.. L 'ct. .. '. ... ." !,
.i.' ', \ ,,r.d). n.r.. P ( U' : ..- ..'J
.:t ''' JAS. -ALSO- ..: .
; the Local Option law WIKFARUSABROOgo !
: ( donticelloft ft : City Point, Fht March MERCHANT, . the:] biiuwn thinks. it Will TOWN LOTS '.. ATTHE' oWLUND' : ,
't ,. not effect,the purpose! for which it is de44 FOR November, 101 a-1SSO. ft Florida.47IIatlatlms PACKING'HOUSL,

.aignftd the suppression'of the, traffic in A Row-boat" *, almost/. new' or Dwelling Houses, and : .'!".':
r?. .r intrKiif"g ilriaks? ; .The man .who .de- oars. -also- LANDS TttasTUle1." .r' 'k 'lardt!:

rires a licente is"lli eneountei but little a FeuttlerIIed ( ,
For ..u DIU ALL IW'&lU. IRST4JLASS'r1ft
:J i"; trouble in tZcurement of signatures .... r Cook. .., Gardening. "Ooach 1S7fUp.racoo4. ,. ,

,tq,.pettition:, 'one clause A.X. HATCH, .. Easy to Responsible 6oWdrapf-
W: howeverthat will:restrain some' .men from March 43 Sir Parties. t ;t 1Ce11; [UqIt .rllnl ii i t
''''',t ry;? the t
to required
'f ffiTt heir 4aatazei 4j .l.l Beer always on dmugbk d
.. tltiolQcpnbGeatioa": or 'die" came 'FARMERS :
.:' :' -. h.71.1i. ; and ARJIEBs SONS
6HM.weeicdelb'mdorel<< petition .. 'L.ll. :. ':lffl'.... e3ot
:; ; 3i5twi'Sf7.f ....,81- CAN MAKE.. '130 AGENTS Waited' e -
.. PER '
,.tJer7.l( Aheir nameft-are.:.toby Abe ., i) .. MONm ,1141seeksi :>
i .. .- -. A.'f. A..? ..L..I. During the Fall and ckctetten.t
t* oiirtn d.: 'the eyes of the people. ..t a ',,: ...(. ,\.. ., : .J. &-'='' I address. ."' dtCO.FPbiladephhnra. aia, -Jric.e.u..c Li., .d.. ..C'-..n.=_,0nIIMi0t UI J"-. ""
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"''II--' f T.- .ci j'<' .4 >Ft'LJflitDaft.sailNiN"CINDERELLA; i L- I, ; ; ;: .1.' ( :- ..:.

.. .. -titll ;tJlL -r: '114"1. ,(,._. i;: *.* :lit mm'f: I. are Y 1''
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...tI. ; 'B ,ample and splendid mA. : 41 t.

,: :.L:. 1arFot. the\JacksonvilleThnnday. datioM for Fawngers I -and Freight, and .,.. ..
imaged expressly for the Pfull flor "" ""
yat. rashidL.t. 'rice aWdBrvlgatl.n of this beau-
.. :
.. ,. :Il!Laconi* urging fair 'tiM River, will Commence mating her STEAMER :; "
:.. : V< .a_. 'I regular trips onoro&oK*from the fint to the Banning connection ,
.... fifteen*December, 1882 between '';:;'j.'.
,:..;' :'1lr IIII WtAMnUIIII bill extending Two Trip <<'9'i\'
.dSiohiatJac *TWepaased'the1d Trtatvilh and Lake Worth! Leaving Sanford: for ::: :

die W.iIIIt.. '.!: (Touching at all\ Intermediate. Landings), and .'" .

> ...... i::,Enterprise i Iajebmdnenthiuetroothan >n each. and every alternate .day ef Ikemet. Leaving Rockledge .i

::i.) "i.' ; :It --o- to order to avoid : : ;;l3ALF1 :'
irtJiI"; .,.',_. Woie.. The CINDERELLA is probably the : ..
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t. ; 'onlydqi perfectly safe Boat afloat She has AUfreight mat be at mile
T'\maD ;
rj 't1. ; arr&DpJDeIlta three ..
separate and distinct HnDs. each a son wharf) Mmdayt ,1.; .
ire required for. TempitOestYear.We.t. pa-" perfect watertight compartment it e1f. Joe. H. Smith, x $. r
J' She has also all the modem .
appliances & Co.
... 0 son Agents. '
:: of Sara Soot hinters,in HIIllawntyteoeatly and improvements of steam engineering ; located;; it

.. lf . came in from Ac., J. M. ; .rapidly' :;
,' : .I.L1. nine deer; STEAMER DUCHESS
alMdeP '
; .
\i "(. of'.L'Ga1i Coast Progrmrifjffi Nearly completed, will make Begular Dealer .'*j i!.,
"Ii inlds whichfciisJytwbyeaifoldandis Connections with the CINDERELLLA
cocoannt tree garden A.x*
Drags *
between 4
twelve feet
,.. ;;' .< ." ....... ,'..... Fancy and .* 1'<1.j..
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erten DJe- ifi'lt.
rf( i':.. '.'pO ftD ...:Bark Mentor,. Captain Further particulars in future advertise "{
- i Varnishes brushes.. [43.
went to sea from Femandina, on ment.
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kept by a -
.'LV....gilum drawing sixteen and a :0: .. + .
Any drug,
-f"f...:. f. W .' BQ_The undersigned desires it to be distinctly strnment needed Y ':
"' ". understood that this line is "not
4><'''''''' and not on hand
;} ;t ktJlmt Cube one of the unfortu-: for a day, but for.all. time to come"- Prescriptions ;, >>"
"ii.Iof.L1.Vo1U1 & disaster will that it is put upon this Route and River night or day with '
':r-, otiiiae"of )he Tnskawifla la, runningisaysthat asapermanancy,Summer and,, Winter; by .. ;l'

'f# '; i .dml. to Like PoiDlett.i..ftL.i. and he enconragment respectfully of asks the the people countenanceand to Bus- };;
"' to' .... "Lewis' W. I. ; .:..
..! ; .n1&e. tain him in his enterprise and venture, .s
{d f.'itQiiif F..I*m ..circa," is the greatest promising on his part to do all that lies l

Er"" ':."'ever.,had the audacity .toifeiwil in his power to make it mutually advantageous General : .,
to all parties concerned.22tf :
:;. is any community.fecUBMlHarVs AND Jtt*:
W. A. L OSTRANDEB. ,,'i; '
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Palatka which '"
'r grove at ,
; .
:<.:m 1t, :!:SB lfcirorth 4B'year of oranges O1d'ields per annum$16,000 and tom con'x D Only! 50 C1 Only! 50 CtL Only! i Groceries ')?,M-:'

?1# ; roolyIvesaeeofland. Elegant Pew and Pocket Bible ;.x:-0;.",
t :
'5;,"' ..'iuj'.."!..aGd'uanaounty'a' jail is occupied by 5O Cents Only! I Family -. 4' .z.

r'::;vbij li ae peboaer, and that one is from I This is by far the handsomest and best >.*_* .. _, .t
,,4piotier The county ispeaceable&jsii I '::)-':
1 county; TUusville : '
: B1"ble for the ever made.. It con, November 10th 1890. I i
i bw at remains.supreme: money '
',.. : ......the..' ;1... ,,- present 1
r'. eLnd haf given up all hope of havRfriSSVvflftmatfrg tains both the Old and New Testament ONE MAN'S .

aid' Indian? River Bailvtayr H, ;t'
;;+' and is now making efforts to have a translated out of the original tongues f 'N. <

rt ttaisUray buHt to her landing on the St. L U D DEli
tRL '' .. with all the former translations diligently 'YJt ..
,', '
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:ro',,,,,,, Southern 1JtwA'V -

. ) .FredDeBaryofEnterprisespreade1lsrgeoa compared and revised. Only House in ,4
of muslin under the '
': orange "
It has beautiful cloth handsomely {
a cover, \
': } e grove to catch the falling ...: h

"'lt bioorp;1'B ..wiD have the perfume of lettered in gold on side and alsoon _,f;-!
1"fF- :",ati-t_-_.__ :.'
Q- back, red edges and printed in clear < :; Ji'pinese the
??,.,JA tea party was given by

If lto'of..Presbyterian church, of Fer- type containing altogether one thousand .:it)
'ilf Miiaa/at'Lyceum Ball on the 21st ult. ... ,N $
hundred and four : -k--
: one thirty pages. l xs \
;1f\iWe1i.. &..perfect success. The net .
"..::;.'.H'"...l j l1 lmounted to$'49"""''7.Uision Bibles no better are sold for twice aud ,,.f." )J. .'

.'f1'1.i between 'the steamers We- Pianos *1
three times the ask for
Shl. id the:Fannie occurred at even money we
(; Dugan On}he One ,
s'Jli. i Spring last Thursday morning. The *
. ::) this little gem. to
Y.t One Mora Price receive
: 1ft: ;-DBsn got little the worst of it. They'ijniitijing "Ahandtame gift for Sunday-School teacher .
.1'1 <
.):; "tt" ,.to' -see which would make the and xholanandone tare to beproid.- Lowest '

".'L l r",dook.. ... ..d Orst. The usual system .... A'-f
'; l r DaytoDa Jownal says that Sheriff Evangelist.#. Organs Is for the -.* ; ,.

t'S cd.Volnsia has received "The wonder it, how anything to beautiful price: he can get for ,. ..
1.., ., county, to either a Cur profit 'f:
l ia ice that the;'circuit court.. for can begot up to cheap"-Ob<
j }.1at county has been changed from the If you want a Bible now is the time to this has never been .r { .

.?..;'dlcoday:,, ,... i. :; .-' ril.m February to 'the .1st Mon.a send for it. One copy of the "greatest of secure For the them benefit the full of .:. :! :

<. l... .. we established at the
all books" sent postpaid to .
';.t.l{ ,kalitki! :11er l4': One night last week any ness,twelve years ;,

:: i fie aoaaty prisoners broke through the receipt of 50 cents Only. Address, The One ;; 'of". 4. A:

.INK eeTJs had UNITED STATES PUBLISHING Co., and to this we :trees.; :: *
".?;.;,p .."._.. .and-two escaped. They no prosperous trade. .. srf.
ii t:. 111..chanCe; to accomplish such a dif- 49 North Ninth Street, bails, renders It '.Ia then, :"

:; t,1 alttdt.ithonttbe assistance of out.jitfis 22 ly Philadelphia, Pa. be*he very lowest ; ': .
';J4. and the general supposition is,that We done are It,pledged and will to '

.b is the secret of it They also took Valuable Property our creed and our .:

.....t i;.'.: ase* Of' Shalley's' absence, For Sale I'' ano and organ house /. ,,. }$:

...;..jt'W..\...;. ."- .iL.\ I'attendsnceonthe... State. Fairid Thirty acres of land in the City Point ple.Our prices In plain ..,,.,;' ... 1fVj;;Xv

.t ."... ..>i, Hammock. Splendid new galvanized on every "
: :< ,..-DOTel written by Mrs. Ellen Wire Fence around twelve acres. Five low as the sharpest t

.!;':;:J.: aI TiiId.T: : l1 t and entitled Hundred young and healthy Orange trees houses counts."have "High -
?. :;. 4"plsddtBi+ ',-jor Florida New andIshmeads Forty bearing trees. Beautiful RiverFront The "One Price"

.C- :::. 'V4dwk sow...In.., preen at the, atfind Six acres as fine cane and banana trading and is the wa 4
'' and seller
:' '-1-0'; to buyer ;
<.c:" ,. : .win_ soon be ready ,for hud as there is in the state. Adjoiningthe :and discount ';
.. ; i'lyr c11t roftheTimea-UDlOll has land of the Hon. Wm. H. Sharpe. ,customer buys, bets

;. .. ::;;#;hI i voted, with advance sheets of the Here is a good opportunity for: any one ,bottom prices. }lia*
'''''' m
.;'j; -R" ;.... q.j:, Jn dgingfionm. the per: desiring to make a good investment, as Advice to Piano *" .

"r" iT 3 bays men, it will .bea picture the place olcLfTi perfect. Buy quick. Why ...., t. &!
a 4! >-;htttoricaDy valuable delinea- Parties Intending to purchase can mab In price Is almost ,

.:,r,:t! eE ea..iociety under the old enquiries of Dr. G. W. Holmes or Hon.:. gans ceeds are the on supply.a 5: h

.wiresuid. : ,-ci,." .the... 'fr TiffArynyfrinT, | .it. has. W. H. Sharpe. 'For terms and further behind orders. ;
';:" hand cannot get
.,,: :: ,t'f.r -... .t. -.., <4. particulars address A. P. Perham Quit- wanted. Prices of : :. r : .
"'ritlsve'6)iiIg'D1e work oi.wsleasortiepleLeafjwhicl .Tl.i.-: man Ga. or B. C. Perham City Point Fla. advancing. The : .. .

was or confer:with Captain Peter Wright of sues and Organs : *

-' ..f.Oange Pirk-dnringthe'war byTsSftuty the fast sailing sloop "Mist" who will not who again buy now rule In will the 1 : !i:

"...,'r.r--\-\ begui during carry parties. to see the property.OYSTERS. contracts just made I : .- ,. +..."..
l *bitb0.OOlutnCtor. a portion of will enable us to I .
l. e t teyeeed having been outil January.1st 1/_ ,
can promise ,.
;',_. e'wctod: of the frame,was ous. Magnificent : ,.Flor4". ''i .,
: beas solid as.on. the,:day'when J. ZELLERS,; Seven Grand *<,_ .<* .. "' :

I \ & *,,,! ,,y ,ago, Will'ship Oysters to order by steamer' Pianos styles now our itv;' ?_:4f'. .
Laatwisa to all the Indian and Sti John'sBivere '
Federal pointa
: : traasport. ,on Easiest installment ,/ '
A .
-,pc1 was in shell gaBon.! V I I Every inducement 'Ito.keep ".E
;."' :"-'L W bedded'Oysters-in House can offer. i
-.: lOl1ma''IVU-- None .large' or world. Don fail of Qro- ;,; ;,
.. the work:when...thenTand.struck small orders.- I logues and fall Price &".;In'; -

w : the.*canister.; ':Wfli also ship Turtle to order: Mm! W. << e;,, .

.r -i ..-' a .-ihin,-"*>{_''.a-'*J-few.- *, minutes ft.. p For further particulars address. ,, SAV : ; .11_......_, f f:'

c' < ..had.. .a&,opportunity-to,:'get. ;J*.' :,. I 2'kGr. at Whotoak : ; CaaM r.
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" rteageywbia .. who'hed': "
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wsMk: '_' Taw M7....hossi,aM the BoeQ117. howOflMgoldeylpir c'J":: .
!4lii1.W 1 =''' ';iI ..Mddrszyeiiiii .. The :.. .,.
eft iai'bi. iveo;respedij ... 'n" ._. -- wan hrvr hiealpatt. only man under. i irteii .
M .
.. ,: = fead ef the world there Henry Martin. Aa __ '
,n f .iW-. f ii."he-wuold; "havei'Mthe it KB hard wandered out to .
tbsagb. ..
_i'!i ieasiialk ...1 : : : bi' the region ef Fort Benton: a min ream- te ehenw Martin;;the;.
: ', gave blow... .
'hattbecrouad.that hflissee b fin kadkraltesilitl. ; / ... Exbeadle, who readU unpopular "Ton are Dallas B y. who j
stood.was a'egUy. Prom ibs Bib!: Wtstpoct "
.''.Hiebest tdIJ da aftll.1tIa b. prod amonf the Shoshone[ by kill- beak. Bay this..tjt
Shakespeare drubbing
he lag some of their most true story of-the, 'rebbary
e>s wasiparUaDybis prominent men ".
noose one soundly for publishing a
7 Beane; enemies declared that whenever he could catch them away story has been 1'lriJlCt-.::
family Shakespeare. He 'DUt.Jlllllped .
W.I snsnity: was.due only .to:drink} from home. [ claimed that he war inaoetareJhthrtw
to the American "Protestant
and p.rbape a 1Ii..l'ltahle, explanation. Aa result of this course of praoeed- gold eagle burglary,,and:..'

.aI. .. loo the"e will aiDe with hia o ,a belief that all Episcopal Church, and disavowed are, Mr. Exbeadle had large private* detective to take a n4tato Jail --'",

'. ... -..,. '" iI&rr""n-3f: "' ..OJ his petuUaritles had their source in an I r all ha connection with it, declaring that I I cemetery.and hostilities were declared [I heart, a JlJd lIone. When the]
.. '".1 -iltl. r1fIl'i'iJ' unaievefxiable' temper which he had balanced to the of Old I hv the triba. I I heard of her Iov r'. DftdjA:..:.i.'. .

.. l1'..... _:.:r 'L I'a----1ri induUted until it led him to the 'verge England ; he had been baptised by a -Mr. Exbeadle was a speculator, and her whole soul into _

it',. .. ... 1 I i t.IIq. of madness. Be this as it may,eer- man regularly authoriaad by the one day fortune threw in his way a lot proof of his '*" >m>n oe.. 8hs.

A.., { r "Iimeet with a the house where the robbery had .

,: .., :.. "jiliiCtets'" rbids Hen were obtained, only at a painfal lands upon him O laying his own ready sale and he purchased them, oollUl UecL Bfcvlng asked If thai t
,,, t" Vf' Vit; on the head of the gentlemannext -
.: east of time and During these for glarhad left anything in
his his
1\ -'< !' power. more own amusement than anything fj
t' ,I" '''' to him), and he spake warmly of
I .
< ,. last years Randolph was like.a jockey else. ,These he pat to one side was given a tisniHaisiilsf'
: the and ,
., .-..,--fj. "' .tIIIII iJ-' ihrewn early, out of the .race, whorises Then Bishop the priest. and didn't think of them again until had been ,dropped by"the "&.::=.f

.r:.It.1Jri.I..t..' .t, feigeaid>utioa ofe 'on' with :.antics and gestlculaiona "Them that"he quoted from the aerrlce I one day there was a council of war in She pat the handkerchief, to her i"
; as bad grammar.. Bad-
., .. & amid the' and wonder of and ezolainied. ''Find
Jean the Shoshone the
> tribe at which it was thief':'
n. (: ItMteisilpdie,tl.SaJ. deny he spoke about wine-It
$ 1 > was
; sees
crowd this
: toward that winning'postwhich resolved to extinguish the light of Mr. perfume (naming the _
'\ often mentioned the Bible
I''Ia and be
?._"' ,' .? '"'' -ny., ....tots'irite .. his eld rivals nave long since approved of Exbeadle and send him across the liar brand) and you will flat _
drinking Ir-u hi ;
1- :
---r:: ... rassail: He despised the gaping agentlemanly mysterious river. eagles" It wa found thai '
% .. 1Ii .... i way- at the table- not oaf..
i downs who applauded him, even in the closet-bet They notified him that the ..... drugstore in the eity 1OId' that .
P/rtit"t'--I..a, and while.enjoyed amusing them. HeJipieed as to whisky, ben of pefumery and that *;
u.- was to make him climb the gold only os shad
'..1. "lir il.. .... he demanded UW'aD one should
himself, perhaps more than en stair in about fifteen minutes been bought within tar' -
: .. I\ : ''' : .ni. ... .J aQ show him the word In the Bible-it ,
.. '' .' .. aU the rest hug month. Need
it be
Western added
time. It looked !
... i dt.:: .-tr: -. ''J-- 'Hot was not there-no,air, ;you can't find pretty dubious

I' 11" ')"' .'' 'M.:.w.-.'.... abut and once or twice only but day after it in the whole book. Then he spoke for a moment and he didn'tknow purchaser warn traced the....'
day his and
especially during short gained the lovers
pst1i 'r fi i l in the'English of his land at Roanoke saying that he I exactly what to do, not having aurrtofc, ;
; senatorial team, he would take the ; time to consult counsel.It '
I maf U held It b7.royal grant. In a minuteor f
w Sac f4
; and leaning or lolling agatstt
.war a dark night in and A Great Price for
..,', t.>Mad' ..l' ly.j.' esailrreaprsrayA' the railing which in the old SQ.iI.t.v two he was talking of the men offKent Mr. Exbeadle felt that autumn a Petrrtl.. ',

::.. ;; _, --11II4.. surrounded the outer row of ,"saying that Kent had never would be of the morrow ::u'....
very little interest

.".....;. /...,.."._.'mllr",. .._. : .Ii. ..... _" ..... he would, talk two or three been conquered by William the Norman ,Like an inspiration however to him. Pe&rueh&DcI Boceaedo weN'In
a. ""'-J "" came their lifetime
but had made terms with him. and in the ispt
; tJf' hate at a time with
no peroeptlblereifermoe
izr1hWt'Atnlealiin ladsa. He spoke of a song on the men of the recollection of fireworks.. Heroes posterity their books are not i

,.. .,.,'lit....... ",,"-""\,";,." ".,J."Ji... .. ... while K '. Cslhoua to the business sat like a in statue hand In Kent which he would give thousand and said: that to to sly. the btbliophyg: '.-r.

: 11 :'.J ;iasatligd.r all this. the Yle PreaVknt's olio:r, until the pounds to hare written. All these "Gentlemen of the forest, you apparently equally mad about,both. .Bwii7_:

i\T ""' m y tbastdetaladbemat lanaton subjects were discussed within .the have the bulge on me, and I knows that the. book of
one by eoe retired lavinghe
t"la.'t ; il .... held space of thirty-five mantels ad.aaIi.rea are largely the majority, bojk: which (saving a Gutenberg, ,
: l Was t Senate to adourn| without a quorum but do
., : -t .....\';' Main .. .. yon not know me. I am a btewbIohisoctoftheoaapetht9 i
f. '.f" ,;!: :lb.! a thing tin then unknown to itscourteous ...,
-:: :.;; 7 [iT .._.finds Jbr translatingiato ; habits and the medicine man from Michigan and I fetched the highest price onto .
gallery An Old
; Box .
": Negro's of Bones.
: make
can it .
;;:';;.. 1fth._' aH the dtolesta of down with I mighty interesting for the ValdarterBoeeaedew.... "
titan or open bughter WAV ___ ,,_ ._ ..._
,} :: "" *. If.YOU. n.I. U.I old in .
t.lad tIt tria.Wlo -- -- --J -- MM' the Rnxhnrvn .!. T.11c.
.tlM. a -.uo6
I.t.i.Yy to at : ,
a this exhibition of half-Insane
a half- --- -.
: ::.t i e ii lini1D.. According to the New Madrid J2eooroT. I JOlt aay this for yoarown good and battle between Lord ,. "
; fl nafive BlaodJataV
.-f_,.) ...,.' .I-:::.._ ,...i.'L; .. people. intoxicated man, talking a dreary' Old Joe McCoy has been diggingup more in sorrow than In If Lord sat
..-................ IDe7 ... A.. monologue broken at long intervals anger. yon Spencer the former "woa"lpnse ;
the bones of .
: his take
master out
";"!'x. :1t--: :itpN9atlia to' to' be-nisei. by jasnstss beautiful in their construction Robert Captain my vitals and feed them to at a cost of' 9280,and sy sa C"'.
"' McCoy the command r of the the vultures I
; .t: -- IIidWb'rid ; iemspoiao linger near you in lug raised iiimseUtoapinnaetoaiyal'
: aidtvi direct
are in their
..If. ,'i:..:."... M'huiplsyil't'.;;'' purpose Spanish naval forces' on the Mississippi, the spirit,and I will annoy yon pretty unattalned by others. Baton '
"h "restrange the not the less amusing from their .occasional river. Joe's BBSS!
'a'fl lif-&O...":of:the inslndj: tW Indiana virulence. These long speeches, act was one of love to i plenty. I am aware that I- have : day at Means. Patti
? ;"" ::1t;; .Qnatiag that this .. poasi- I It speeches they could be called were keep the bones from being, washed planted some of your leading men in I between, Messrs. Qsidleh::.

the ,
away by river
great the cold
.:rlawhielli now constantly cold ground; but that Isn't Bills and Thisbandean "
4; wedoubt,without a radical never reported. The reporter broke had.
,..'' aei/eifose. I encroaching. A reporter saw Joe a marker to what I will perform when 'w';_.
r..a. nearly aa
.... ... taae-whfeh lackaTlong down in attempting with the : senationaLThe !
r.\M .. cope at his f
..... -' work. Je opened I oat ;
". : : :- a baking-' get of the flesh where I
Jt 0. atom.ItWai : sounds rapid ntteranoeihediscuniveness and powder box won't Petrarcha of.the. 6aa idl'J '
he had carried be
t'1 .._. popIYr aongi,=o wWd the interminable length, the innumerable aDd placed it on the side of the him. weather.delayed by the. inclemency ef the Library came on the ale;*Book siv.

1Q; "M : a.. sxe & to gain 'Tee, sin," and "No airs," of these then bent graft.He en expected some excitement. ssaJI:
: down
and took "I
In will
tJii*'d i1ir'.Die1 up hu now proceed to show yon a was thought that the -
.pantaneeoa harangues. Mr. Niles printed in hisRegister hands human great jiiliis.I,isjj"
skull. He handled few little
:,.. ale. .i..I a:' of. ": a'hymn; ,'to" the Queen for 1836 one specimen verbatim carefully amateur efforts of mine. a be given bribe editio princes;

': -ti1tY Itdbsii reverently. medicine man from away back." ed by V. de
a meaning and 8pirainl7ldoavaUaav
: report merely to show why no "This Is old master's ,
head"said he Mr. Rf beadle "'
'::1 'Jiip t8&_;hut loyalty cannot more was attempted. In the same as he laid it then let off a new This fell to Mr. Ellis .a& J380L' ,,
tenderly the box. "This style of 'sea j
Jii'llereeililditeastWt' ; of volume Mr. Niles serpent from a slight elevation. I when the Petrarch ofBerhardliiiii ..
: .. .celery, by gave an account of II his leg" and he was I ..
carefully It
;;: ;.-.. rich :meld about',iL..; 'If the a visit he made to the Senate gallery; part of deposited the biggest thing in Navajo (1488) came 11f be sois\ tIiIIIIit:.
a thigh bone
with the skulL the line ef
:,;\. l'jii /:..w. ,let take can, they willwahempthe on May 2. IDS, when Randolph was kept on picking small pyrotechnics that was ever price was Instantly 'outdone;.
; up pieces of decayed turned loose west
of the
':t iji" trsegeanabf the Indian talking. bones Missouri. It book to rare and beautiful; iii,....,:
placing them in the shot oat into the
i.i l 'i>tish s than IA1U"ccalm the rail box. dark about nine feet attraction lies !n' the. ItaatrsAsaV.
stopping Along with the bones like
were a car-load
several of
.f>:rfi':1I11;:: v f.'"aid'have ency basaarinasdla occasionally to rest himself and think ama screws, brass heads of nails and squirmed tremens. which resemble those of the oslaanla):
if : 'riattia : through the inky bosom
with pan disc en the what next to talk about, he rambled scraps' of rotten cloth Poliphila After much >tina0'',lid .
etc. ThJa of
.' II night like
{ an
igBslx'srtted uneasy demon ....
._ ; to the most on with careless ease in conversational bit I could walking ding it feu to Mr. Q uttolL..tir-:
every fled said he In his
\ when sleep. The fS T 't ..
.,viisds. An Indian VicL tones while the Senate all gathering warriors 1JlCInDOU'11III1 d! t19SO..tit.: .' .....,
l: chamber was in. tf LL. __. S
t : was t1'lbA w A --.' f.
: .. lwr.--- -- -- ---- --- & "' ..
: aoeitemptilia r W&& & largest
., -a. nearly empty and the imperturbable "How the A *V B*w r WV price ever paid fee a(...
big waa that hissing .
gumtree when emissary and
.. sarr'w Calhoun lit out. printed on paper. If .Dukes .
,. patiently listened from his ;. .
; .1'. your master was burled here?" asked They left all their baggage that didn't to .
'' on Wdanother
go selling like
? throne. Mr. thlm;
Niles :
:f did not know the the reporter, pointing to a turn tree happen to be tied to them; and there ,,
f mIIsh Pb11os9P7.P subject of debate, but when he entered about fifteen inches in diameter which hasn't& been a Shoshone Indian yean there> will IM-<

;jl j.Ut..t ',"", the gallery Randolph was giving out. stood at the head of the there aince. seen ducal library left in, the countrj.. .. ',i '

J s ,11' e atttstntfseivda'Vittoriaht plan to make a bank. grave."It Mr. .. .. f.:. : '
i* feN taVshosBSSker's was a saplin' 'bout the else of Exbeadla picked out the beat
i to " ,
fe St. '* get same to make a bank. The Bones of the CIsV :
Y :iagils....itesiy. boots., There was You subscribe 110,000,J'CKI'10ooo, and my arm. I remember It well. Old pennies belonging to the tribe, loaded 4 r':

Y **!K*?>*.j thsest.r .... you 110,000 or 130.000; then we borrow marater war very old, and he told us up home.the He rest of fireworks, and went ,Herr Uuiliaome-L- .... w.\.' ,,J...'
lived .
to bury him right here many
a on the yean after
oftiesttistsssok knoll
;y.t. ,1. some rags,or make up the capital and visit to Prince Anton .
became von Bt'
the one of the "
among sassafras and by this moat trusted i
hM eipsMou j ;Hr slow wen out of our own promissory notes. Next gum Indian fern at Sigmariagen, for the _
sapllnV peace eommiasionera known ;i
; t.t.r'.f t : all full of hales, we buy an IroD'cheRf' safety ."Did in We tern history.-Laraeie of making a catalogue of his olibsUst ;

A.e>iatl,!he .leohed .a beggar, but arather against fire and against thieves-but Captain McCoy have say Boom collections of
1Wo. children?" .. antiquities, ,was.ssstll ,
...,."'.. ll( .. 'agpr., spyr C :, the latter was wholly unnecessary-. erang.m "" struck by a sarcopnagov,upon,'.the ssl '
,., .tbatrhatsiet who would steal "No, sir. He had no kin livin' in ;
I %.= ., *' -. our paper sir? All Shielding His Benefactor. of which were carved tha figures ef a:;'
"t io{ aver to.see and I being ready lane this country and never had."
me bilk
%$*!* ".. :- ex we -, wia i ] nifct Of.tha MltfrflA .Amm. .a his
:: .. ;nCi' bodliu i !Waft h.dnn nfteen! (.fnnntln hia eakrta "My old master's coffin was .
iI;., :::. ._'- __ _' ", -- -- .------- u .. mightynne'oonunneaJoe A good many yean wife. Upon --IWII-I.\:ol 1stmanmcriptain
rft "' "..,. 'I'I as thoqhhe': expected to find one)- "It cat 146. ago a cashier :
; I
ft iHSjaui WwIb. ;"Ttojrjmai. money lib the Owl Creek Bank or WaaJtl"CtOD remember that. And the coat he .a neighboring brary Herr .
.ft was
:: poorhouse and ; Lancer found that .
11.. when the tan sseophairus !
tilifafou[ posh" "Twelve aDd Warren black or red-I think burled in coat.4U war mighty boy bad .

r/j' ..< i .r ".(fsnrissn francs, forty: sera sir' they begin with 'I promise tpay' fine. Pine shoes and alL I found the become youth he was given a responsible Cid .(Don contained: the raaulnsoCtla' :

J .; .r' iie.r'ThmiIihintwork.! JJ buckles position in the bank of Bay DIM) and ,Ali (vat "'
i 3B|| -jes, jiroaWte to pay, air-promise his p1lcnnAll -." which his Ximena, the nieoe of
: patron was King JlliltBsTl l
practically the \
fasMTvLy 1 twejve pieattaa wlU'bR to
pay. weal and of
;" "'''.' ''I-' .. ., .",'IIII'L.L- watched the old man head. Later the cashier stole Castle. These remalna. were Nhib.;:.
: ''', .L' ..'O" "_ ,.," ,1-_ .tumor He dwelt upon this making of a at his work we thought what than more possousionofby Prince ,
a 115,000
>> wonderful from the bank. von BaHa-Pfafc!.'
f ..tarrnlnj his back to bank for about five minutes, and then change had taken place while was threatened Exposure and a'French officer nand LraMfP

:.., ,. 'Ii! said something concerning UnltarJanalavreUgion Captain McCoy e.eQ'cIQ&lid tilleU ia i .
: lay under tht the the :
... gum guilty officer, in a period vaults of aiesslP _

.; .. ...'" and politics
">: t' J- making sapling. The world baa been revolu near Burgos which
confessed to the had been pibslet :
-j ;:t 1Kac the Insane. a dash" the adrninittrtti, and tionized. Old Joe youth that I *'
argioi I his faithful slave, he proposed to kill.himself. during the Peninsular tbalf ;
"' ; bringing in Sir Robert Walpole. Young ; .
; if.f 'f tI !' is now free
: # ;-r .u a man-an American dtisen Bay the ginning of the .
pr jtep. was smitten century. Prtnes vem
7A, ": [ssslhsl jiMiiMnjs ou =of thepen- Then bespoke of the Bible, aDd..expre.ed -and comes, palsied with age and horror aa bethought of,the terrible with Balm Dyok brought them,GeoaiisT\ .

k '. iilat7 I ," !add a man i to aequaln- his disgust at what are called unsteady band*, and seeks for the turn in af&un, but and bequeathed them toPrineeAsasm

e!': ,tMNwr" we proved that. insanity jamily Bibles.," though he thought bones of his old master to prevent the matter, the next having day he weighed von Hohenzoliern. Herr Lea.
ft.r.: no family safe without a Bible-but them threw
:'sea. d his Isilling the fellow from being swept away by that himself into the breach. formed the Spanish govarnme_ t s

<<.. ., .,....:.-...:..-.taITTI'IdIR.eU. onproba"How's not an American edition. Those published mighty ri yet which floated the armed and the cashier eagerly He suggested, discovery,and, theyat onetasil ,

,:t.f7f: o"I.aa-H'-_.-.:'."- :..that?*- They said by. the Stationers' Company Tassels of proud Spain, which recog suggestion that he should accepted the 8 moss Tublno, nosed anthropolsghst;'

t > hey d. 1st JUsa'stay.out fora nay or London ought only or chiefly to have nixed Captain McCoy as their com guilt upon himself and fasten the to examine the sarcophagus ali>* ik;'
authority ,those abscond, thus .
acrd except from the mander. The
ttwqaalVhi 1Ib. old hero contents.
4 eraQmua was'no doubt laving his patron Smor
;: ; ..eft1m bIt IIIIq out permanently. presses of the Universities' of Oxford buried in pomp. HLFall.baren were world's 'eyes, though honest in the ported. that the surmise ,of Hart J J
and blackened .
Cambrtd .
.... be astofi IIbM was insane,and the leading chiefs, and the whole in his ewe. What the ser was :cbrreet, King Aifcni ,. ,
He heard ,_
'ff)!::"Izieehaei'.he'llatay ." "How did described tnese corporations Territory mourned his<<*. His slave, of the Wcatport once wrote to Prince nf.TT iLeiisii

;x1i: ,..... .....was .Insane. "_ briefly: They would be fined 10,000: who probably stood off behind the carriages bank clerk robbery was that 'a asking him to let the. l7
named saioophagil ka :
if they should leave the word not out and Ray had stolen ,....,'
jtetbansan. w
: wept while I
.. ;, his master waa 115,000. sent back to Spain,and.with 'hiss isv .
of :
JI: J.. ;. .t the Seventh Commandment, however being buried la the ;
.""' : '- ... < J" I-, only one to save Detectives found quest the Prince has promised to I siaply.
+ : I convenient it might be to his several clues but j .
some or bones from '
i being *
wt sme 1.. plaldedakirts washed off by not until ;?
at are adalweean good yean afterward
agreeable to others (looking the was "the -"" It
directly river. Who '
that. '
: at pTeseatwUh etosa .. present' ou secret disclosed '' -
fitting one of .f
'1 i j Jstsej: banjuas'of phUn valveMn, black at himself certain kmemben' and half turning that knoll that day could have guessed lives who had been employed the de&eo- Tacked sleeves,hid wit okeid '
-l "iset .: to the incite). He that after forty yen had Joe the the anna,are 'd
cgjeea,'dark Was,or wine color paved. case came up with aim upon a nlet
.. Bay .
... never, sought,an American edition of the faithful under still
t- 'tai ,would Imporiedd-
-.111rH1a..Y1 lefitarJe 'of come, and, more romantic cIrfm- artidtgr :.111
any book h. ,bad faith! ..... The +
: ; no in their ifith'bands made make. ,
.adkMiaoitt ___ -" feeble by old age deteeUve The faerie mast bepU ;salt sad:
according to
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Senfcsfr f "Wbi! daibieosi'eyeas; 'i ti .q 'lMad.' '' bat .emehow' ...i bright and ge' W. '.the response." '"WeLityit.z ::

...._."""ifBmlBislT tta.'l'IIIM "ifi. eveniogt'J IIi"r"S aeed> "'.to;_, : 'to-her cheeks and Coif ridge was one*sake*, by lady, haven't t got_money.enough to par rei: ,'t. ,\

-_'_toa;., frfcraeBUy.-' bat'new'ya: are- .unfriendly'. little- It be'believed in gfaoshv He replied; you ought to build joanelf"biscuit : ihetiia. t.,'

= klaJMsa, ."0.** them. And while "No,madam, I have seen *."***n"iy to 'A.- gust w ig satIvg morebutts" iSi PM J'

-, ;+ .SL" "' ""Minnie has not been WeI1'J & of it all; and won believe in them." while.the landlady looked .. .!,'

,;, S.SSJ.f*;*'it.w.. ;. I have stayed at home on her' base unhappy. When is a man like the woman 'of i uad"adpte4.41aIat.eduatU.: :. .ii114Fi.{

'"'' ,._-- "-ba:'N"'p tbetwM." It:is pleasant to'Iroow that.. behind her on the Swans? When his wife tells him fairly went. into ansrvoo.a. .:..plum ) .

t -.V-tat ->-ti$rasa W.ties 1we.tteletaar aoseiiA 'lI IIb.. me," she aid, laughing turning saw Dr. "all things he hat ever done." I' aha said ."Do'Joa:know butter to.''ati f .; :

I ;' 1s. greet eae.a.firelteoerwsnm "I mlr you a great deal, Miss eagerly to greet Hints to subscribers: Subscribers of to, sixty-lie cents i'po' nd2";.r Tha '

,J') : -almost u much, if. not Crimean tide flooded the paper who find cross-bones and hungry gaeat reached! ;rat*.and. teiilk,', f}
--f) 't:. : .. .,...".....JO 'aI..aftlll mach as your own people do. her look very lovely skull with creet of metallic'burial eaa what: there 'waa loft, '"We: f'! ... Itf. ;
':I<: :-:.:......IIIi.----- lacabidse Jones'a let But she managed drawled. and" -- "' 1f...,
cottage ; so now me ket drawn In the wrapper of their PAper i apmylpgy .

.r:.:.I.t-y.f......... .ed; : the thin tjs in." "something stoat will know that their subscription "ingly- Koed butter., la...swath'... It.-}..... '", ."-'r- #<\"'': '
"No, Indeed I shall go in ; when the doctor has and that Smitaryiteat: W.hen 1 1k ;
......--_ all'.'1Mr aM ......-' ; expired something has : .b- 7mRtisto
=<::.' ," Mid Mattie. got to be done. Fr&erieksbnrff r' skid an..aad t'a;-t. .

:/: wsWesaO./ep leaftMa rvu&4... "''!fo. decidedly no," said the I as 1 am to see yon.; Two' young married women were dar 7'who bad lamed to"sad,i.-tcr.: .tone

ttJeerww.d&wa.ureal.. .; "It can never be';your duty >to since I left overheard in the following converaa. i who had.not acquired,the soesair;}7i!,.;
,: ...... ilen aad looaljrigvfc "
"' .. _. ... .. ID to uncalled for de,.. lam my holiday 1m- pUahmant "I'' am'gwiaa ter :::4"
-:;; ......------.---- ---- tion on a street ear the other day:
---f.-; ,. ..'..;. .. ,..-' to eee these people, so let me t "I understood you wexo.married' to mornin' 1a./'de early .atace." aDoitl i \1W _

; J )it:'. a e .. U basket in." she said: "I saw. real nice young man, ijlll1 ." "O1'es yer go in de prly' .stage JaUni..;,tM
'" -- From that to with you this tells don't risk it :"
day began yer; yer $11
: 4:1'!: ,-: indeed, was the response, "hedon't ,
.., .....,..., i
d ** Mattte's heart that here was one not, Pompeyr' "Bekasilde': ;
.: p >l jgs et 8lapton wr ai. q'Ud know enough to be jealous It
; who bad missed her when she ; T" he said, while a stage am aickly.' _I read,apiewyeatat*
be. There few
;'M pea are g\
A not his
: .
Jr countryman, long ainoe.on
absent and who tried to keep ( ; 11 tup his face. And day, waralnf>lks,about,consantptioji; .
; -J..111.,;!&"; aad the DOqftCaUon'lil looking when flnt.sight of a loot motive, declared .-,,'
of danger. ; yon In de early itates" .'
4,"' \1J.lI,every. Sturdy at the that Mne thought wag the devil en l1j1 i;";
And little by little this glass? Weoleu goods may be uloel jr waaaei r
ncute from the
sl i chiefly wheels t" "Faix ..or.U
't =0 rAtsIhNi vwere' scattered, Irjadeastitry. grew bigger and took root, until. quickly; then her '' an yet au If you put hair: : ran oz-gill: info tiro iii'f
d melelt Irish
said "for
an bystander .
''' '' osme a sort of echo to It, which i r* the expression of ; gallons tepid water. It might be...: ;., "

.fy'}. !'!:....f._' 'was.' the Bev. Herbert "I miss him too." 'I wish he i telltale blush over the first: time I see ty..craytur I. to put the goods la the water. alsbl':.if, )t
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-=! tbo't.l'. was a steamboat huntin' fo r ft
t::': 'y said he was the happy to risk his life by'ping to see neck. wather." : the mlxtire to not,sirong enough;,pat't." .

__ ." tee my wife Mat- another thii" .
dOleD children.P' oases ; bx-gilL 8h told. iii(; ,1;
.ifiI- :: ,, .'ot And from that day; there was An Irish lid who had applied for a to do the work pat in. the 'enttra''o; :: .,
1,:.r"'_.. ._' .. ..,' .bom'. Mattie .was, a said Mattie. position in which she was required te r "
"" ottwm ; There was cordial friendship and there was I .reserving the &aI.l'\\for soup..' The. o', -t

i1t in the and MaiKl shy reserve in her intercourse my sister" he re do( general housework, was asked by gall is comparatively uaeleaf foe soap 4: : .
village -
r\t. ttttotoetoty ,
: :'it.J4.iottheworJd at larger tie doc r. And sometime Dr. 'I her mistress if she ever made fires. and ah'ould'not .be 'pr"3servedraa'aaiarticle -{,.

ertson did not know what to ," she urged. "Shure, that' a strange question ior a of diet '
.rZ( 'weisdrawn from the occasional visits .
-S r 911;

:-f; "*- ;W;- "' to*;,. Still, "What have I,'done to vex you look in 'the sponded Bridget. "Bagorra, mum, I meeting to'order.; Bro..Gardner.irie%;''! t:J.:
.. never did make fires bl1tl've'DJection ob-
; Miss Mattie?" ? '
tr-: .. .. lotnely and nnsophisrwas with his uamil'"Gem'len aleeikneaa.'ui4.u.rdt.:
; tjifiTj a ; pope of that affected To which she replied, "Vex Mattie. to anther t'aohin' yer. if it waau't for'de 'whie"ion ; r

.1" : Why nothing, of course I where yon saw my It does upset the landlord of a hotelto a wagio, de'wagin wouldn't mbva ,
r lpsiifitot< 'ryonsoeft neee in tfrto., II >
3 : made yon think ;you bad ?* hi r anywhere." have a guest say, "Landlord, I When wheels am on,'daV"batf*
r.8ie'waa fearless Rt
> :ff a frank, outspoken :
rc i "My own stupidity; I suppose, that settled it; and think it would be an improvement if "Greaee I"solemnly exclaimed the eMtananTeota. '
of and .
j g gM.fhD lUe spirits, and never
: I plied he. "I should beery ; happoaei as well this shoe-brnah bad another hair In o"K-wctl '.'wnispewdtbur +
? )I.IW-.I rhea rambling:about the _
vex yon Miss Mattie." IL" president, softly rabbloLhishaoada
garde, picking basket ,
{:t iN 1-I fsaiafnasi for some! sick boy or girl "Then don't talk about it, else ; The band played "Nearer my; Godto together.. "!V;. betide wagUv'and;dawheato. \I

'si' Jaist eaBylag them'with sunshine. IntoJLaiUiBaeh will" the eald."WhataIOTelyrDMhat. Lake in Africa. Thee," as a Colorado murderer.. We.wiU ''now [ .t.t ,

:' 'fT"r.-t-"ho R" is! gently swung oft by the unohen.Tbey aroun' for de gree" ,: .n' jw $1:
mind giving it to me to things thera. ;T'r-. 't.l:>ii.
yon do in style out
t .. ....bOt.-lIOft and of another equatorial 1WiOu.1ic. '.J t.t.
; .. ;you are not vexed?" said the A Brooklyn man no longer asks another Q"1'
{ \1'- sill gist few her life far to west
: .. J'MI'I.of the .;: -!-: lJfi-;
l ; .psaT mainly spent. ,Her father "There are peaty oa that &, rumors of which on Sanday'; morning : "Are Almost. every >person .to .. .

;;{, Y IINtl atrhto:;.'curate. ;" and, u the she answered. "Yon can take aa trope from time to you going to church?"' The query; with this ailment, :either. ;a* ia
/i1 iNifiraaaamaU one, abe was, the as you like Baker's first now is: "Are ;you going to hear a ended in himself or: aas seen Ja otheit 7, ;?l.,<'
; "BIwon.t you give me that stamp speech this morning?" Tat the beat medical J
i.Ii Uehehad.f reported this time in ;expecte;:daaypi; -_"
\ : f had'been'.free as ;yet from I am going away; for fortnight form. Mr. F. : "Prisoner" said the judge, "I will certainly know its. nature oiesilk, i\;3People

J JIr! .. : OIIIh.nellhbo will be a keepsake yea will of the Egyptian I have to give yon sixty days; aa this la do:Dot"die of billooaneas,'how*, ."!'

tl2. !&+rigoirs'(: ... had made .several to me. Do, please." el Qhaaal,write to I your second offense." "Much obliged -' ever Ions, r. much they may'soflfar, .;,71'

t .i,c att-Tp& at' lovemaking, "!f yon really want it 'you Dehm Siber, on Judge; but I do hate to take so from it, and'forthL. ieaiois postBMftem ... :fJ't ,

r: M'thsmgaattle quite recognisedhe have it," ahe said as she took"it .to the effect that much of your valuable time." ,exeminatbni: : do.not'etrtainlJNreveal : \1.

I.''' paid her ahe her bosom and give it to him. employee under his A new color is called"toaro'clook." its oil jIn.. Probably,hVweVer;, =

.;tJ. ::", I And he, aa be pinned it in return fr>man ex If U'. the celor of a man's nose as he it is a mild iort'of Jaandioe'dnt; to': r..

r; K iia ttiint'r. :: .rtrleenal.nos i said:"It will remind" ma of a the Ualle, told him goes meandering home about four ,I some disturbance:of 'the',Uver::-;Tha."' {

: .. l( ,?ha isZf perfectly; hear 1 fair-than said t'I of the members of o'clock in the morning it must be a liver to the largest gland In the body.and .

"'. K ..::t it i had happened when: ahe t'e."Forlhsm."I will ,not to hear & seen a great lake mighty brilliant shade of red. one of .ttl'offloes" '.to;to strain.. ,the) ...1.. ; i

): tlelghtiia,aDd time had sroneon( step tue Barbs, a power The remark was made that a gentleman blood. It cannot, therefore, be'eyaa;.: :tr

i _lt 1i enough_ :and at twenty she gross ftittel'1"-and away trite clothed who was known to have a 'slightly deranged ,wlthoat''dlitoiMa,, ',f,, '
toward the house. ....:.';;... '
t. ifii l In'berunevetitfullot.tlaiseath "Shake bands first" he .ss cloth (of which pretty good appetite had eaten away mora or-IBM the_ .,,_: 2_ ;-.J- _

run of life's wheels a specimen in his his senses. Pooh replied another, AU. pe.moD.areaQt"aa1Ji. 'liable. r YOL**>..4 ,'

J; =}11sliptidMlast, and the wheels am going to-morrow, early gathered that "they would net be a mouthful to attacks of bUtooaneev. They- .ar4 oftsa>;.N""". ''"

ri-4 N jelled oatoMheirUsual tracks; get smashsd up on the J gurney lake was in about him." the result of, a certain Inherited telfcdenoy. ':;,1'; :
;\- should like to friends. It
::ifW ltr thhitlsie.there, came to- the to Manchester.part and 23* east New parlor maid: "Bere'. a letter ; Says Sir Lionel Belli; "..}** SSr!
i long way bilious habit... to be due tiia ., :Zf'
\: ;f ayouag' surgeon who was look ; She gave him her hand, that it was quite a* ma'am if you please.'* New mistreat: a .t

;4egest:loin good opening fur praom Dr. Bibertaon I Nyansa. When the "Fray Mary an ;you accustomed to unusually .easttivelrrltablir0eisgoL. .
"Good-bye ;
't1h.--\*t fci\,tlss, '_kW. determined to settle a pleasant, J:MUDer.; the Barboas cross see letter* handed a tray?" "Tea, and liver which .w. ...... ': 1.:,('>,f..
functiona ; ,;
Iii lases:F Ass matter of coarse he He had been gone about a open boat made out ma'am. Bat I didn't know yea; ...." fairly'InanwdeiatodaiMnrbat '
'i iMaltl5 0ftID 1Iet'lD the houses of the voyage tiking which cannot be made muss \ ti
; Mattie When an Edgtfield ;youth goat to
when aa was coming
I'UIIl, leeet,and, although aot a word oft they obtain from the h. finds the old lady in than this moderate ,aoaitwithout oT west :
thestreet if street it could be spark a girl ; j]
h aew getting muck Rr'r of order ,;
i1ii! between them people the western aide one corner of the room, the old man : .1'/
the dootor's.housekeeper was '
1 Most of the organs t-IPt c-'I: tlsY t'i.:
,1f. '
stao .seaodate their names toaad being east of the
In htr In another and a dog under the melodeon -
at the door with a paper $
..; to-apeak of what might Baropaan maanfaot- digestion and aaaimilatlon"fII'0 fee*: ,, ..
When Mattie drew near and he la required to speak op .
ta$ mriatnty. .. beads and. bran seem\ strike work when 7tN, I1'.4:1i ,
.q. .
woman cried out : ilL".. a like aa orator. f. .
,;'r.ltt';.Mi_, w5io rattle was as usual Mia Mettle,but do'ee Just Mrs. Mifflin,"said a vtoitcr,"Baa, attack comes on.' If.. food bibketttlah. :. ...- :-
t 1! iir' hf 'a servant came to Bafai Aga's own thiaksh.'egot suffering btmsaei (hater.. TIM
ma has features,bus I '
binna "
My own eyes; ;your
paper. seems to be that the digeetivenqilre ;:.,.ii '
1'a.,wkt Dn Bobeetsen bad asked for and the .to the lake: Bart- her fatbe '. hair." "Oll. sow I ,f.
aa they onoeetwai, ,
h...,b11rt;slut Lsa,he was from home, held out a crumpled newspaper. Bekeer, marched six see," said the dear little mama; "U'. rartforatlmevaaA 1 11.' wf E-: -.tI. ;-
f<l... an attack cons oa, this rest b \t : .Q
.. Whets she'entered the room And Mattie read: "Ou tie Zariba ei Doateb, baeauM I've papal hair that he JaM\0 .. '
:.:l tt..',ht:!Nket' of roses oa her arm ; ooathoath-weat to wig. *hebUl..... ....yg.. and tkan"J lr'b. :
wear a .
ln tat the pariah .
''! ''iu-'iId'1ft11 be excused if he M. D. south-vest to Sari- A sweet note-la*hum af the honey \ patient'''.zksssMt: ... :.' :
James Robertson only ; "
: { 'of MISl.1, 1 which were the lalrer--the i iJ ; six days hap. for a coneMuabie time. > ".
Peter Robertson, M. B. 0.8., 88ath'-l
k value basket or the roa with I ; Bahr. el bee.Toaefaer The same high authority.'OOiiitrfiit.
)i f If nob. thoughts paaaed S. A., of Manchester, to Sarah after visiting seTeral : : "Define the word excavate. for persona soAring f .'''1 "."
; the late Isaae "It to blowoat.
beth daughter Scholar: means :
.;:-f ,_l ::ia1t1'tald ,he quickly pat ; t In habited by spa pie rich foods, satty soa ps,fnIs4 4,
of PoItoD. Teacher "Ooaalraot a aeatonee .
..', sea. forms otaleohol. Hs'addiea1" '
-3.\ most
,. sties;;for he said : Bas ago. The .i}
} Fora moment Mattie.. In which the word to property '
,J: ; 1 h.t'ito! legs Mr Gardner if he: er the Arabs Baha little meet; oousads ... .'.: ; *
feelings. "The beta exeevafed
less'with mingled used. Scholar:
= ;: ,1MIli'sbp' dowi to old Silas Jones's, J lna the Voile bat. froth and ftC'tablt..JUtIr..V. };,

.;i'? Il'ieq ill with fever They are came the reflection that this ; both flow in a when it gets harta. lemon Juice ant pbi.f. ( ::.
old woman must not see her Heard on alow train i 'How bag
; .. r; nude lop. help you eoald d1re Lion. After cruis Severs oaten require medicinal far tae.>
: .::1;"tnaaa'would..of more nee than And summoning up aU her B vial marched tea to it since' this railroad waa com- _..-r....... 0.....deety'tH 1 {,
tion ahe sala: plus,t. "WeU, It to now abut Iv.jean '. -- --:- "
i I. I"
[ .... 1/ t. -.. and reached the "Ifi'
1,".-. .'. "<_ "If yon write to him wish since the flat train was ran AL1tt1e. Giil a Diacovaff.A .,,
"t i' flUlD 'Ii..." ah" for me." "Soltau"of Barboaby .- j\r
,. =: t"aoa nt.m"Ul t morro... received ; the lake nvlL" "Indeed Then I supposewe tody ridding Aberdeen street 1
In the solitude of her .
meet it coming bask? '
.:--.hiMf: dVa the may; tills ,shoat;tare; '\ rl.
,; ate tasm ... beef tea looked into her heart and I match to can'ttake a vary good story
Theta some who .
,.: -. tif" 'i. ?,a'WDk IbM world bet secret. This man, who was SJltan'a residence. ke are but Fogg persona 11''not one 'ofUlem. puppies her hnebaad'a :flue .. M

'''tIt}::'ji ,. ..-tt.; } hatband had made himself _b.J saying: "1 a J Mff at Into the world...week: /\
One of the boys acquaintedwith \
; > i. <-UI-i.: : be in Her little dd'six"yanwunot
; x ., doing right ago.
better earth
reined than
-- her anyone oa F_. frequent changea of
t ?,.:;1- ::: tifi .",fit: boa mast 'not .10. and ahe had been mistaken in .information, which abode asked him which he thought allowed to see theoa! ;antU.key.- Z

"\!';.1"I" JsieMN.'tar fear- of WIOUOII. I ing that he eared for her. & by competent per was the cheaper to move or pay; rent. were several weeks old,- for fear they
; '"'> [ ;; ; some light on the .oaldbe palled,around too maota/m,
"'ii", Msi 4he hussies.lad WW takellan Oh, shame, shame to love 'I can't tell ;you my dear boy re
; U. I be their health. ,When she shown K !
>> lie riven. .. wae
.W them tot b <
; alv loved to give "
she -
.. was not plied Fogg: I have always moved.
L>!:",{ .. .tc. flows into the lake the trio of puppies,she exclaimed i
l Still never
: unaakedi
'.;1'-. ,, ... I. Ala, aud that the A woman forgot to send home some Ild D'tWaD'those dogisaaatas.Tke .. -\t.-!\
.... JGII ""ulaI4 MIll love-the secret was her own ."
; } .. said to& w out ot the work on Saturday. On Sunday mornInf navn't got anytaikv?? ,' .
., 4; t asst gibbet duty nor eeald keep it inviolate and "
; ass ill toe Congo. Mr. .ahe tolls little girt who lived two out of the three had bs. beat 1'1:::
-s. 4s'.thea.s' I wW oa his return without .
'", taker with her to pat on her things and take ':the '
... she had no lafirne us that he to taI' vKo ....'" ,
.. 11l.-t',11 3ad'althoagh:
bundle under bar shawl to the '
of this the freak'ottashrtebObiw; 8hlau "
gasp .
-rlaC a
X. t map ,
; ..... d1t u pat him out of aer heart "
howe. wiil it .
? :
"Nobody see ,
lady's also
he waa about to was __ :way. ;oM.Jaottaeaa. W ,
'i'.r;; \-?..-.aow.atid; wo can talk lead weald prevent .her .... .'E4..1¬ 8aady miss .. "
.. sho 'i
x.. "" .-.& .,. ..a joutnq to a .' 'Why.. .sne.reptted"Ioma i
.. "
.. ... labelling hlav ,
( :, I upon* head d'", -- >atess mi' shawl, aaalyt". ftaqairat .tbs.DWa tail...,...'...+ ,Anet ....: I' .
:> Is ths beel tea sad One --ff ae ahe .

": 1"'IIM7, ... v...... doctor ***** come ..... i the west 01 chw'itrIlw.srtmMeai. d.St.;;liir.W&. west Alit:. :ItJ1l-, '-:'.

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i" s.a tibaeaaototdetrtltlilrtldi a4/4'.g::>L 11Xtwlrebtt ... STK ASTATULAr: ,.of City
t it .3:: >liliil4p.JLzr ." .It- r,; takes pleasure in ad ,
: .Olf Jj' '' + Wfll Leave .
.a..;... ..< "",fT: ...a '_ : 'Y' ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW. Or LOT a.d eta>deGro '
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"' : LaGrange, -
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,. ,. t ,,,,, ., . Every Wednesday & Saturday representing the; ,folk
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.. r ', '" Wm. Scott.Titosvllle vrell-tnown
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e<;... ':,.if;: JIi'aA-:"' ,:-.2.' ;WIDeIIO.4o. .lu & TIIRASIIER, Commission Houses; "
,.: ...1ie wililiL; Sanford and Enterprise, Mess. Heard
'tk..n'f to vigoronsiy pun't btnett, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Bro's..& dSi
: O mmje ioneraTdaj with daily steamers for
'\.:'1'r\-.... Iy.-... w._.. 'J. {( J;;.._ ') % -.J JACKSONVILLE.Keturning .
"" ., '. "- -c strength to regulate a household, .Scott Is now located at Tltusville.SSfRcal .
l':)';, 1.:r She TtaeAuuseTies: &ea weIl .f11durmg : :- Estate Law a Brothers,
strength to do a day's labor with- 97 South Market street,; "I
rit th8.Weer.

.:\ 1.l ..R ;....=.:: .:.....:. :8. out physical pain. All this repre- Leaves Q. B. 1"'GRUBCn.. and respectfully solicit consignmentol
,.,.,11:;,;.-..-'>!...... .......... .'"._"'l-.RIIIU_ _.r.' $. wnnamsaadTas sents what is wanted In i the often Sanford and Enterprise, them. '

.i,,1::ffi:R-. ........ .,Cdlecto>t D':-wug. were in heard expression "OhM I I wish I Every Tuesday and Friday at 9 a. m. COUNTY SURVEYOR, { "Freights same to both ;:
11osrBoY_ citieat
;:: had the strength! if you are AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
h W-'Jeana t1at'J..$Same has resign. broken down have not or Cabin fare to Sanford or Enterprise,$3.; STEAMER .Fr03I Sri VAN,fl

.;;r energy Meals and state room included, $5.; Deck Rockledjre, Florida.
teed'the.. .office. of Superintendent of.....pnbU.x feel as if life was hardly worth living fare $2. J. IT. SMITH THE TRC7PICAL HOU
;,: ; aeh006.of thre COUnty., "' {f r1101t s. JOXES.ATTORNEYATLAW.. '
be relieved
f J.--j : : you can restored Feb 1 Manager.NEWSP.A.PER. at Kockledge, Indian River, Floridi'l. '
't; r it:pitrti =desirir.' to,, purc1we sweeteaa to robust health and strength S. Rj"Ier, Owner & Prophet%

.. raDp.:.ttet 'ca>i,'obtain.them of'JamesTritchud 'by taking BROWN'S IRON BIT- ':'!
of place. This liouse is centrally locatedat; BOOK"r-
; ** "rise TERS which is a true tonic-a ;
.1 :- ;.:Webive received- nnmber of calls medicine universally recommendedfor Subscriptiongency.. Titusvlllc. Florida. ledge,in thefll-famedIndinnRiTet l lof i

froai osi friends and down the river The ESGLISII. Florida,and possesses all the
,.. = up all wasting diseases. undersigned having opened a M.E.
of Climate Health and
..xif.;';;'\:*.'-" during. .-..:_: the vj- last' two.. or three days. eithers NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCYWill Notary Public State at Large.Anldavits newly developed region of adml'
'r.L'lCI Orange Blossom honey,
.:o'-:.:;:'.. : .' SM Fremont St,Balttam I ilnvvm and all business ..entrustedto Take steamer from Sanford,
,.extracted. or' in the comb, can be purcbieedof be pleased to receive subscriptions I nie.prompUy attended to. :
'J;; During the war I was injuredinthestomachbrapiete- Poinsett,called Rockledge Landing that '
(/f;;iSfSIS I, Andrew Froscher LaGrange. to any Office at Ills residence.' miles carnage riding. Direct connectiaafi;

'M, Steamer Ibis will commence her'regulartripe of a shell, and have suffered Periodical Titusvillc Florida. :
or Newspaper published from the IIou -
: fromitevcrsnce. About four e made with steamer) / ;
;& .' next.Monday, making triweekly jean ago it brought on paralysis -o- T} COW'IE. Rates, $2.50 per day:, % f

$!; trips between this place and Melbourne ,which kept me in bed six Save time, trouble and expense by applying Arranjementi made by the Weel Mxlisji
months and the best doctors or
,, postoffice.., Success to the Ibis.
in the said
"f"Jo' city I could not Physician and Surgeon. '
.::".r;:-fQUit-.. a number of people from. different live. I suffered fearfully from Subscription Agent, PIONEER COOPERAG., :,
,/'i. -: parts of tie,county were in town indigestion, and for over two Titusville. Florida. ,
Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla. Syrup Barrels $2.25.
on, Monday and Tuesday to attend court. years could not eat solid food -- 7 :
and for a large portion of the g F. GRAY. Gauged to order, ten cents
'i'W: learn that Sheriff Richards received time was unable to retain even The Lund House, .extra;I

; f notice ordering that the Circuit liquid nourishment. I triedBrown's -Z-.. Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL Honey Barrels, and Oval Wabr. .
Iron Bitters and
:Court be adjourned'. until Monday, the after taking two bottles I now am Corner Main Street & Washingtou Ave. WOKK WARRANTED. BreakersFrom

m 9t1iiDst.. able to get up and go around Work or orders left with P. E. Wager or at I
ij.# -i'J -' and am rapidly improving. TUuavillc, : Florida. Post Office,Titusvillo or with A. Brady at LaGrange : : 2.00 : ': ..pp;
{ 'I b 'we1eam. that our worthy taxider- G.DECKKK. will receive prompt attention. Will bo ". 4

jRr ;. mist: Mr.:B.:. C. Scrimgeour, has been appointed 9- in Titiwvillo overy Momiuy.TR. Tanks :?.

j: Postmaster for.this place, to come Pleasant Location, Good Table. If. R. "V'ILSOX.V111 and all kinds of CoorEK WORK to ord rJ :

'mence.April,1st., BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is A cosy home for the T. JOHNSON, F.F

.10. 't- ',.' _If you wish to purchase a new sewing a complete and sure remedy for SPORTSMAN INVALID AND TOURIST \ continuo the practice of Medicine In LaGrange : :' FloiIdi,1. L.. ....

re.,. machine buy one of the new.Singer sewing Indigestion Dyspepsia Malaria, O Titusville and vicinity, The Florida State Gazetteer .*
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machines. See advertisement in another Weakness and all diseases ttilboats "
Office at J. 31. Dixon's Store. ':
Drug and ]f.
in attendance.,
.column. ing a true reliable, nonalcoholictonic. 3

s The trade-boat Agnes, Capt. McLean It enriches the blood,givesnew A. Deisner, Proprietor.THE A.ll.. IIAWLEY, D. D. S. BUSINESS DIRECTORY,, 11

1 has the Haulover for several days life to the muscles and tone WEEKLY NEWSwill Containing the names, btttine and addra>i ';
Visiting Dentist.
not ..enongh'water.tO on through to the
come nerves.
be sued the -of the-
y and not push back. by Makes frequent trips to. Indian River. I
Cincinnati News MlisMni Co. Lake Worth &c. Merchant, Professional & Business, niD?
& -Forest fires southwest of here
4 .near The First Week in January.It P. O. Address. New myrna, Florida. and the principal farmers and land.Howners :
doing great .damage to City Point -- ':t.
:, orange groves and plan : ."
groves and gardens. A timely change ofF If. XAU.MAX. ; .
will be a Democratic Paper, devotedto C. tation, together with a
wind1: from West to North saved them.
Politics News Markets
# Agriculture, Steteh nfAll Citie, Town and l r"darln :Ii
-The'firm of Hatch and McAlister, of ONLY S2O. and Literature, and will be edited with Justice of the Peace and ,
A.nl1l1ow to reach them and other valaa e e
3' 'City:Point has been dissolved, Mr.Hatch the \'ieof making it a desirable Family Votary Public Statc-at-Largc. Information. .. f,

continuing the business' Mr. McAlister Newspaper. This important work will be issued 1.iU j jas ;j1
Office at the Haul-Over.
sells his interest on account of continued As a new candidate i for public favor, soon as the labor of collecting.and .

ill-he th., TIlE WEEKLY NEWS will cater to the i T. JOIISO.COCIiSHLlT.. compiling the facts can be. aaopushed. ;-f&. 3'

'-A local 1 the Jacksonville Time-Union requirements of its readers. It will thoroughly i To the business community -, ---i'-1' "

says thatthe steamer Daisy,built a year b r: discuss i all live questions of the Notary Public, Stat -at-Lal"e, this will be the most valuable book_; '

br8o"agobyFfovell&<< Kurchner, which E !tw 'ayl day. It will give particular attention to and that has yet been published about.

y .bMbeen tied up in Hogans' Creek, near the gathering of the news. Especial care Justice of tho Peace. Florida. Price, $5. to be sold by subscrip-,.

Clark's:mill,'so long, has been sold to parties will be taken in compiling the various Court day first.Saturday of each month. tion. T',J.

., :'t. oa'Indian,River, and will ,be towed market reports. In the interest of the LA GRANGE Florida. Rat for Adcertwing- : ,+.,"*&

f..rt7l 'there !by the steamer Greenwich. The farmer a goodly space will be devoted to ,,
1 Page with book$50. with :
*Page .
ST. CLAiu-AnoAMS It. L. SL"I lERLI ;
Jt. steamer Daisy will in future ply on that agriculture. General literature"and various Slate Attorney County Judge of '.!
'I.W.. '.., ver.', matters fitted for the family circle Seventh Judicial Circuit. Orange county J66"Agents wanted in every county: : |

; sir:W. A. L.. Ostrandcr arrived here will comprise an important departmentof St. Glair Abrams & SmerliD whom liberal terms will be offered." .;:4jj

last the paper, and it will be the purposeof CUSHING & APPLEYARD Pubs. f
rc via.Enterprise: evening. He says ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW. ,
'j.k that the steamer.Cinderella left F man- the management to so edit and publish ORLANDO. FLA. P. O. Box 1042.] Jacksonville;Fix, 1)

: dRra'lalt TIlE WEEKLY NEWS as: to commend it to ( '
and he thinks 'that she PHILADELPHIASINGER
Will give careful attention to collections, ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES OF MAILS. 'f- Indian Biver Inlet; now.. He starts and make it a. welcome visitor in every and Iri4trlctand will prnctice intbo in tho several courts of this From Enterprise to Titnsvllle. .i
MACHINE Supremo Court at Tallahassee
dpwn;the to meet her. Hur- household. and IT. S- court at Jacksonville. 1'rll1uy-Leave Enterprise 5 n. m. Monday WeUnet jr, .R...tI "
rah.fOr the'Cinderella!' EQUAL TO ANY SL GEI: ix THE MARKET THE WEEKLY NEWS will be a large Arrive at TltnsTille MonOay WednC1aJ,1'I
; The above cut represents tho most pop quarto, containing sixty-four columns of LA GRANGE STORE nod Friday at 9 p. m. .* .
.-A: pleasure party consisting of B. S. ular style for the people which we offer Leave Titusvillo Tuesday Thm's*lay',54; ..:
Whitman+ and lady, Miss Burch, Miss you for the very low price of 820. Ue- reading matter, printed on a. fine article Always on hand a general assortment of Satunluyat Arrive at 5a.m.Enterprise Tuesday Thursday 1> .. :

member, we do not ask you to pay until of calendared paper. GOODS. and Saturday at 9 pau. '
Greene, and M. M.Shipe of New York '
you have seen the machine. After having In order to reach all classes, it will be From Daytona TitusvillQ. Wi
and W. N. White of Conn. and Miss examined it if it is not all : Leave ,
we represent ----STRICTLY CASH- Daytona Tuesday Thursday and Satn*; '
return it to at sold at the following low day at 6 p. m. -* ,..
SoDee E. H..Titus and Ja&McComb: of us our expense. Consult
Arrive at Titiwville an4 :
your interests and order A. Brady. Thursday Saturday ?;,
a, this place visited the famous, Dummett once,or send RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: Monday at 10 a.m. .
r for circulars and testimonials. January 1st 1882 1 36 Leave Titusvillo Thuriday. Saturday and "i
'grove last Sunday. They report a splen Address CJIAELES.. Wood & CO.. A single copy, one year $1.00 yr Monday at:2 p.m. "*-. .; ;:'
.did time No. 17 X. Tenth ;t., Philadelphia, Pa. A club of ten copies mailed to one post Arrive at Daytona Wednesday Saturday awl-; J'!It
March S, 45 GUI office, one 9.00 0. L. KEENE Monday G .'!)
-Hr. Charles J. Clark, of Pittsburg, From Tituavlllo to Eau Gallic '

R Ta, and party arrived here on yesterday's J. C. NORWOOD & CO., A club of twenty copies, mailed to one Millinery, Fancy, Dress Goods, Leave. Titusvillo Tuesday and Friday-at.3a.m. ._ I
postroffice, one 17.00
steamer. Mr. Clark and party start down DEALERS IX year Notions, Laces, Worsteds, &a (incline of Arrive at Eau Gallle Tuesday aiMlltUar
A club of thirty copies, mailed to one attip.m. r 3
the river to-day with Mr. Carlin in the KID GLOVES. Leave Eau Gallie Wednesday and Saturday i
Ella. STAPLE AND FANCY })()St-01l ce, one year 24.00 at6a.m. :;(f
sloop GROCERIES Arrive at Tltusville and Sanu- 5..
61 West
4_.'" A club of forty copies, mailed to one Bay st.,Cor.Laura day at 7 p.m. Wednesday -v <,

t# City Point Fire. Coufcctloiicrles! post-office: one year 30.00 JACKSONVILLE, : : Flr; New
' And larger clubs at the of 75 Information of Florida.. -:
The citizens residing in the north end Fine Tobaccos and rate cents "
FOR SALE 192 pages new matter unto for 158 ..
s '- of City Point Hammock desire to expres.igrateful per copy per annum. map
% CIGARS. And in addition TIlE WEEKLY NEWS A desirable Send six: cents to
their appreciation of the valuable cottage, house and lot in R.C.Long,Tallahassee : J

services rendered by. their neighbors CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, will be mailed free for one year to any Titusville, also Blacksmith, wheel wright or C. Drew,Jacksonville, Fla. .

,, in arresting a destructive fire that had LAMPS* FIXTURES person who will raise a club of twentyor and general repairing shop at Titusville. ::'. 7EHT'J

been more annual subscribers; at one post- Enquire at the S'rARoffice. 24 tf
burning the Sd,, and 4th of this
.month.. The fire was started on the De- WOODEN Si. TI.VWARE.Meal office and forward their names and address

"'T' lespine Grant.: .The amount .of damage with the requisite amount of money Florida an1.1.factt1re. I

;,;. 4- is not large, but much to the regret of Corn as per above table of rates. ,.: ...I.t..
everyone a grove by Mr. Laflerty ''Weoontlaneaetueoliaiatattt"" .r,

1L': was burned completely up. Not a tree 204 and 206 Race Street, n: J. BERNE,* CO. .. ..
Hay areal ,
: :e CINCINNATI OHIO. patents,
? left. It was hardly two years old, but manufacturers trade-marks, coimidlti.' !J'

a was; however, an ample demonstration of of the tha United ma_ Ddlooblaia 1 ;:-.Pllermaa
: A. L. HATCH o&to in Cmxl .'Englmd,
R. what was in store for many more if the Oats, Etc. AMAZON READ$-IYED .and all* otheraoanttiMi :

fire had not been arrested. LGROCERIES\ PAINTS, 'TJtifrty.u yean'practica.lfolF:i',
I charge for examination of mod ell ordZ .
=:-n It is very:unsafe to set of fires for any also agents for in all shades and ready forvImmediate Menu by mail u& .

purpose when: everything is so dry. obtained tbro pgbneareaotcadla'the l
Jacob Reeds' Sons SCIKJITWIC AXKBICAIV, which :;
A meeting of the citizens of the entire PROVISIONS, Use. the largest circulation,and la the 09*stet-s'J 3

k City Point neighborhood is called for on CLOTHIERS and grinders ofPure ential newspaper: olitakind pabuahediattjt g
DRY GOODS world. IbeadvuitageaofwichacoUceeTV
Saturday,the.17th inst; in tha afternoon patentee imdcratanda. >+.,
t Samples to be.seen at store.NOTIO2STS. White Lead 1'hitlarge and splendidlyilhutratea :&epaperispabliahedWKCKLYattS "'<
t. ;at the postroffice,.to'unite all our energiesfor Hardware and General Merchandise .=aaT i i-:

common protection against fire. & Colors In and admitted to be the beat paper d.' \
Let all torn out aa..all are interested CITY March POINT 4w 45 FLORIDA ... toICi works,DCemechani and other caenUotaeagmo& ',.

Dd'agree upon the JDOIt': efficient measures DOMESTIC. & FANCY DRY GOODS :o>shde ana Factory, progress pabliabed m any coounotry.d8ia- J;{
copies by mail 10 cento. Sold by all Mf!"'s'

1 }Z if ,that can. .be deviaed; a fire organiza-* H. GeIlLCl il'L' I: FDroisMk Guoi.Y. dt 1ID1RS 100 _" No. 26( Ocean street, dealers.Addra,3ltmndrlYe..paDliebersott3deqN1ktoo '

M .1. JACKS01FLORIDA. American.261 Broadway New York, '.
: .. Handbook about patents mailed free.,
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