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 15, 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
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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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I r't 'i STATE NEW THE DREDGE BOAT. Death of Governor Stephens.The he denounced the appointment by General OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.

h Palaika Journal is advocating the IIa111u:Journal. following biographical sketch of I Bragg of James M. Calhoun to be civil (From oar correspondent.)

.grj The of academy at that place. The dredge boat, built solidly and ,sub- the life of the late Alex. H. Stephens, governor of Atlanta as a palpable usurpation WASHINGTON, D. C. Mar. 3, 1883.
jy an
1:i'f ._ elated, the stantially, was put up by Dillingham at we take from the Time Union of the 6th ; and his letter on this subject crea- The Forty-seventh Congress" has'nearly
jff fey;West is much over be built pros- 8t Augustine and is 102 feet long and 20 inst. ted a marked sensation throughout the completed its labors. On reassembling

:pe t.bitheir new railroad to feet beam. On the forward end are the for its second session the majority in the
Within the brief space of half a year entire South.In .
:f' sW GeDeral Gordon.... '. derrick'pockets and machinery which Forty-seventh Congress was at first in an
oj.1 our sister commonwealth of Georgia has all the overtures and measures look-

'itODe of the Orange county orange grow- does the work of digging. It is built on been called upon to mourn the loss of two .. ing towards peace Mr. Stephens took a humble and contrite spirit, and disposedto

i ;pig; 1 iaI01e1, his crop of Tangerine oranges the Allen patent and has 20 large steel of her greatest citizens-it would be more warm interest, and on February 3, 1865, do almost anything to placate public

r";o' to a Boston firm at$10.00 per box. pockets working on strong endless chains accurate, perhaps, to say the two greatestof with R. M. T. Hunter and John A.Camp- sentiment. It was while in this mood,

f''- .The TavareslireroM wants the "Lake' over two drums at an angle of about 40 her citizens. When death sealed the bell as associates, he held an informal .I that, as a shrewd party stroke it passedthe

! to purchase land and put up which deliver their contents into two Pendleton civil-service reform bill,
j .: itjpoo" lips of the late Senator Hill, there was conference on a steamer in Hampton
9'Jf---' ',bnfldinw for a South Florida Fair Asap slides, each 40 feet, which deposit the hushed forever one of the most eloquent Roads with President Lincoln and Mr. though little appreciating its provisions

.; ;'Jt, ,, mud and sand on each side of the canay behalf of and in sentiment hostile to it. Other
-.1-\...:. T /.elatian 0Z"1Jft voices that was ever lifted in Seward, which unfortunately had no
< 0 Mr.Holmes AmidoWD of St.Augustine at pleasure. There is machinery to the South in the National councils; and practical result and which discouraged measures of general legislation so far.passed -

built in front ofhis'teddence drive the dredge forward as it works, all in the second session of the Forty-
& hat had a new fountain he left behind him only one who for emi- further attempts in that direction. After

!!': in connection with his arteijaawelL propelled by a 35 horse power engine, besides nence and renown could be regarded as General Lee's surrender Mr. Stephens seventh Congress are bills to return to

r.; a donkey engine, hose and tank to his peer. Now the one has followed the returned to his home in Crawfordville; Japan the Japanese, indemnity fund, to

::. Truck-men in the vicinity of Tallabas- supply water to assist in handling the other into that undiscovered country where,on May 11th, 1865, he was arrest- encourage the holding of a cotton exposition -

bale from fire to thirty acres plantedIyhjc excavated matter.It from whose bourne no traveller ever yet ted and sent to Fort Warren in Boston and to regulate the tax. on perique
MB deferred tariff and
toesand from five to twenty has also a repair shop on the lower returned. As announced in our des harbor, on October 11th he wad releasedon tobacco. The long
Y to deck and the ia provided with internal revenue tax reduction bill after
upper patches,ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS diedat parole.On .
era in much debate revision and re-revision in
held at the kitchen, store room, dining room and an early hour on Sunday morning; the 22d of February, 1866, he delivered ,
rally was
A temperance the fourth still remains in doubt
sleeping berths. degree ,_
the 8th inst. and the State of Georgia has lout its a speech before the Georgia Leg-
: Court House' at Ocala on and the of its in
to the of the derrick prospect passage a shape
the local Climbing up top official head as well as the most illustriousof islature, warmly favoring the restoration
_to endorse and popularize new that will commend it to the taxpayermay
obtained splendid view of the
a many
the Legislature. her citizens.In policy of President Andrew Johnson, and
option law: recently passed by miles of canal made through the Matan- be regarded as exceedingly 'alight.
spite of feeble health, which had in the same month he was elected to the r

zas flats and oyster beds, and of the lands hampered him from boyhood, Mr. Stephens United States Senate; but as the State The agricultural department, consular
belt of the track of the road between and service Indian military
Om : and marshes lying between it and Smith had attained the full term of years had not complied with the conditions diplomatic ,
jo. Jacksonville: and St Augustine is creek affluent of the Halifax down academy, fortifications, legislative, 'judi-
an allotted to man, being rather more than laid down in the Reconstruction Acts, he
; laid steel rails being used. Leas cial and executive and pension bills'have
ror which lies the line of the canal.
three score and ten years of age. He was was not allowed to take his seat. In 1872
i twenty miles remain to be completed been enacted. Of the other appropriationbills
than The canal as finished is 30 feet wide
born in Taliafero County, Georgia, on he was elected to Congress, and was regu-
,sad a strong force is engaged in the and has depth of 4J feet. the army bill, and the poetofficebill
a the 11th of February, 1812. In 1832 at larly reelected afterwards, most of the
work There has been no trouble with quick are in conference committee,while
the age of twenty, he graduated from time without opposition. Last year, before .
'The Madison! New Era reports that the sand and none is anticipated, as sound- Franklin College, at Athens, Georgia, the expiration of his term in Con the District of Columbia and the naval
in'Judge R. M. Witherspoon's office have been made the whole Be- bills have passed both houses, and await
<., safe ings way. and two years later was admitted to the gress, he accepted the regular Democratic
is the Court House was robbed of $175, fore the dredge lies three quarters of a bar, and took up his residence at Craw- I nomination for Governor of the State, agreement in respect to amendmentsmade

the property of:Mrs A. C. Roberts. Two mile of savannah to cut through, then fordville, where he speedily obtained a and was elected by an overwhelming in the Senate.

j other packages of money in the safe were about half a mile of hammock, succeed- large and lucrative practice. In 1836 he majority. The memory of his inaugural .I A survey,of the whole field reveals the

leftutoached. which two miles of sand flats un fact that, despite its long debates, the
ing are
was elected to the State Legislature, and ceremonies was yet fresh in the mind
The city council met at Tallahassee derlaid with coquina and overgrown with from that time he was, to the moment of when the news came of his illness; and Senate accomplishes more in a given time

recently and reduced the salaries of the ;saw palmetto and occasional cabbage pal- his death, almost continuously in publiclife. I scarcely realized that that illnesswas than the House. The latter' body has

city officers about$1,000; the :Mayor be- metto and pine tree, then the marshes at For five successive terms he was serious when the melancholly an accomplished little beyond maturing the

iDs paid$150: the Marshall $500; Clerk the head of Smith Creek through which elected to the Assembly, and in 1842 he nouncement was flashed along the wires appropriation bills. There ia one thingto

and Treasurer $150; Assessor $50; and the progress of the dredge as tested in was elected to the State Senate. that the great apirit was at rest. be said to the credit of the Congressnow

>Collectors per cent. work accomplished will be from 500 to I The year following, in 1843, he enteredthe The career of Governor Stephens was expiring, that lees than any' of its

great firm of Drew and Bucki, 1000 feet per day.A wider arena of National politics, be- in all respects a remarkable one. He predecessors for many yean has it per-

lumI1 ber manufacturers of Ellaville, has stern wheel steamer 101 feet long by ing elected to Congress as a Whig. In lived throughout a period as fruitful of mitted its deliberations to be interrupted

l' been dissolved by mutual consent, the 19 feet beam with an iron hull has already the House of Representatives, of which change and as significant as any in the and disgraced by sectional. vituperation

> Ex-Governor having sold to Mr. Bucki been built and is on the way to be pushed he remained a member until 1859, he history of mankind. Since he entered I and profitless. debates on dead issues.

railroad through into the Halifax as soon as pos to of prominenceand life the of in Of the second session of Congress it may f "
his entire business in the milling, quietly rose a position upon public arena politics .
said that instance be V
and vessel business.TbeTallahaasee sible. influence. Early in 1847 he submitted Europe as well as in his own countryhas be hardly an can "
From our examination of the dredge, cited in which the bloody shirt was wav-
Floridian Mr. a series of resolutions in relation to been a succession of grand transformation -
says; the work it has done and the character of ed. The minds of members, even when .
John Cren&haw farmer livingnear the Mexican war which afterwards. form- scenes; and his experience cover-
,a young
CenterviHe in this county, brought the work yet to do we are thoroughly ed the platform of the Whig party. He ed greater mutations of public sentiment their opinions were of questionable value

.a lot of country cured hams to Tallahassee convinced it will be a complete success, opposed the Clayton Compromise of 1848, than are likely to be again witnessed by were occupied almost wholly with economic
.0 and its results will be hailed with delight topics-the proper business of leg
last week. Among the lot were two but took a leading part in the compromises any American afat pflmnn in the future.
each froma by all of our people in furnishing safe of 1820 which may be said to have Amid all these mutations and transformations islators.
weighing twenty-nine pounds The list of persona on the pension rolls
Leon,county raised hog.LATEST and reliable communication with the rest saved the Republic. In 1854, as Chairman it was Mr. Stephens rare good called for by the Senate reached that

..... I of the world. of the Committee on Territories, he fortune to retain the almost unlimited
body this afternoon. It took a large express -
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. I The coquina cropping out along the vigorously supported the passage of the confidence of the public. Never an office-

Hon. H. N. Speer, Treasurer of Georgia ocean beach, on Matta Compra creek near I Kansas Nebraska: bill of that year. These seeker in the vulgar sense of the term, wagon to carry the manuscript.The .

,has IOld'in New York $160,000 of the dredge, and in the Smith creek basin several measures had gradually led to a and often a reluctant recipient of the question of printing the list ia now
under advisement. There about three
o United States bonds for Georgia, and almost precludes the possibility of exten- readjustment of party lines; and after honors heaped upon him, he was for a are
It will
hundred thousand
,placed the proceeds, exceeding $180,000 sive or dangerous quicksand to interfere. the break-up of the Whig Party he allied period of nearly fifty years rarely out of names. ,
ia bank to reduce the debt of the State. The mud in Smith creek and the it is said, about$50,000 dollars to print J
upper himself with the Democrats, with whomhe the public service; and with a single ex-
the list. It has been that
T. W. Palmer, of Detroit, has beenelected Halifax: is of such a yielding nature it continued to act throughout the re- ception-that of President-he had been suggested a
to succeed Senator Ferry from will hardly form obstacle of im- copy be sent to each post-office, contain-
mainder of his life. elected to every office within the gift of
I higan. He was elected on the eighty- and the difference in tides in the ing the names of the pensioners of the
portance At the close of the Thirty-fifth Congress the people. And when he died it was as in which the is
city or county post-office
ant ballot
two rivers to be connected will materiallyaid :Mr. Stephens declined to be a candidate he would have wished to die-in harness, is
and that it be It
A k theif from the Treas situated, pouted up.
sse escaped in widening and keeping the
open and on July, 1859, he made a full of years and honors.As that in this of those
urer's office of the Guantee Trust and way many
at Georgia announcinghis regards his official character Governor
speech Augusta, ,
Safe .. now fraudulently drawing pensions will
Co. c.
of recently
Deposit Philadelphia,
retirement from public life. Then: Stephens belonged to the okas of
,with$70,000 of consolidated 5 cent A Vessel Ashore oa St. Joha's BarA be exposed and the money now paid theme
per can be no doubt that his intention thus I statesmen who conferred lustre upon th the .
total Wreck. saved GovernmentJay
bonds of the Probable by :
People's Passenger Railway From the Times-Union. announced was sincere;but events were early days of the Republic. He partici- Hubbell has been giving testimony -
Their about
market value is
,Company.,-\000. The three masted schooner Mary F. hastening onward in which he could not pated in many a hard-fought battle; he in regard to the amount of money "

i Corson, Captain Williams, from New avoid taking a part, even if he were so was the object of many fierce and relentless raised by his committee last year for '

Governor Cleveland, of New York, has York to this city with a cargo of coal, disposed. He was one of the first to perceive attacks. But it may be said that no campaign purposes. ,He says the aggregate ,

vetoed the elevated railroad five cent fare went ashore in the south breakers about the true meaning and import of the enemy ever impeached the purity of his was two hundred and sixty thousand

,bin. on the ground that it is unconstitutional 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon, where she ;cloud that then rose upon the political motives or the integrity of his conduct, dollars, and that'as the executive committee

still remains and will,it is feared, provea I horizon; and in the Presidential contestof and no friend ever found it necessary to had approved his accounts he very

Cot A. K. McClure of the Philadelphia total loss, especially if the wind comes 1860, he supported Douglas, and denounced defend him against sullying imputations.Of judiciously burned them up. While

]Baa,hat been arrested on a charge for out from the north, east, north-east. Tue those who advocated a di olu- venality and corruption he was not this was undoubtedly a wise step as far

libel. The suit is the outgrowth of arti- vessel is leaking badly and the cargo tion of the Union in case'of Mr. Lincoln's only incapable, but the world knew him as Mr. Hubbell was concerned, there are

del published in the Times in referenceto will be entirely lost whether the vessel election. In November, I860, he made a to be so; and they also knew that his people who will be ready to insinuate .

the Irish Catholic circulars distributed goes to pieces or not. It is owned by powerful speed against secession before public acts could never be warped in the that a thief or embezzeler would have '

daring: the recent Gubernatorial camP Mr. John Clark;is worth about $1,500, the Georgia Legislature, upon which sub least by any considerations of private done the same thing. Mr. Hubbell probably :j

lgn. Cot McClure gave bail to appear and is insured. The vessel which was ject he had an interesting correspondencewith interest. In an age when few of our mourns the enormous waste of money

ttOooztft being towed in by the tug Oyster Boy, is President-elect Lincoln in December public men have escaped the tarnish of by this time. It didn't help the Repub-
..... .
-tie.Editor f The Florida Star: owned by :Messrs. F. Smith & Co., of of that year. I. suspicion, he maintained a name as clean lican party one bit, except' to add the "

t :Xh.Tuesday the'6th 1Dat. a forest; fire Philadelphia;; is worth about $10,000 and I During all these earlier stages of the as that of Madison of Adams.In I weight which dragged it down. It would* ;
partly insured. She was being pilotedin conflict" private life,he was the soul of kindness -
t fcj over my place and destroyed a-large I "irrepressible Mr. Stephens was have swelled a .Bedouin bank account
by Captain Latimer, but no blame is Union nevertheless and generosity. His hospitality was
Yea it
pot ofay fencing,all the shingles and a pronounced man; handsomely accomplished one -:
> Hny, enough lumber to complete attached to either the pilot, tug or condi- he was elected to the Convention which boundless, his charity inexhaustible; and thing it defeated Ferry as Senator from .

toftakhed( house .. well as half my tion of the bar. The wreck is simply an met at Milledgeville, on January'16, 1861 it is probably an exact fact to say that Michigan and elected Palmer. 4ArotT :
my unavoidable accident for which no no man however humble, ever asked aid ,'
ovs:' .This latter damage I cannot esti- ODeon and there spoke and voted 'against the r.. :
tsis at board is responsible. The tug Seth Ordinance of Secession. He was also of him'and was refused. He probablydied *>.'.
I whhout
1sMs_ present was aasis- :Low went down yesterday for the pur- elected to the Southern Congress which a poor man, and, if it be so, it is due Not an alcholic beverage, but a true
KffifitixUB and this communes and reliable medicine is Brown'sIron ,
: family ,
&:.t ;!t Ii'for the purpose of publicly ,reny pose of rendering assistance, but failedto assembled at Montgomery in February; solely to the boundless profuseness of his Bitten.

'r. i- :sincere thanks and that of accomplish anything. and when, as the result of that confer- giving.The. .,.'. '
noble commonwealth of Georgiais '
,y_Tib for the opportune arrival. and The New+ *Senate. ence, the Confederate States of America honorable and honored for things The Lake City Reporter says Mr. John

: IUMUS. eSorts and kindly ywigtapop of By the election of Thomas W. Palmerto came into existence, he was chosen Vice- but nothing can or will add more many to her Carroll, living near there, was bitten on a

; k'"Hawley, of New Smyrna, to 'whose succeed Hon.Thomas W. Ferry, from President and reluctantly accepted the renown than the fact that"she is the the finger last week by what he supposed

m}da the saving of my house. Michigan, the roll of the next Senate is office. mother of such a man as Alexander H. to be a spider. In a day or so bis entire '

p '!sue d our tlsaub# to the iM y now complete, with the exception of the The relations between Mr. Stephensand Stephens. No one can a better body was in a badly swollen state. He .t-\

'. ""' 1iill. efforts. of 'Me-- La- successor to Hon. E. H. Rollins, of New President Davis were never cordial, wish in her behalf than express that her died from the effects of the poison infused ,j
= among
o-, ..$1L'Pi who materially assisted Hampshire; who will not be elected until and during the war the Vice-President she find I after a torturing and lingering suffering.Mr. "> I
.... younger sons may successors
5t, Carroll had just attained his major- i!
,further found of difference between
'" devutation.. June next Had a special session of the frequent points worthy of him.
Yoga respectfully- Senate been summoned for toy the roll himself and the Richmond Gov- ..... ity having celebrated his twenty-first |

WALLACE especially on the subject of Enrich and revitalize the> blood by birthday two or three days previous to the '.
-< > B. M08I'& would show; Republicans, 37; Democrats, ernment martial .
Pa _March. 10 1883.y '. 86; Readjusters 2; vacancy, L law. On the 8th of September 1862, uain :Browu's Iron Bitters. injury. :

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goodness and j 1 In an exchange, are that the anima epidemics, and in all ways improving I I Science and Invention
which sympathy intellid1genctprevaia'
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.! "Hg'DAYS GONE BYr:: ;,
I t t :]fight leas, are .never fly-blown around the healthfulness of communities.
?*'* f* i T *"" *" *'*-' ** .Fact About
Oithedya foaebyl Oh, the .. W.f xIk a good proper This
: :a1. beautiful
# metal
-fcy is
r sheared and what of greater importance iIi'much
supplied ;- into use which is calledhybrid" to-
healthfully located abundantly e
orchard and the pathways .
*ippI iu the ; used in many kinds "
the : and keep easier and grow larger. bacco. It is a cross between seed-leaif of *
through; rye: with water, good neighbors, a
productions is !?
The chimp of the robin, and the whistle leaves of chiefly'obtained *
handy market, a man is so well situated The branding of cattle as now'prac- and Havana, and produces the
et the quail pearl oysters. (
k A."b*piped croH the"meadows sweet as that he ought to make himself aid ticed in the West is prououcned by the smallish size but of excellent quality. ) which are found Mdmgrinttifern A

i any nightingale,: and those around him happy.-_ Choose well,* Shoe and LeaUttr Reporter to be crime. .The, plants are set out nearer together iu tbeGtlr.
When thebioom wan on the clover, California, at Panama and Ci '
r a the blue was in the ky, and hold on to the choice.-American That there is much unnecessary cruelty lithe field than is usual with seed-lraf Ceylon and '

And my happy; .heart brimmed over-m Ayricultvriit.' 1f and much wanton destruction of hides varieties, and in'ay the yield of Madagascar, :at the gq

.the,.. gone' by; !. ill the way this work is generally clones the hybrid falls little if any llt'IOthat river in Manilla, and at the

r In.. the* days gone by when my; naked feet early one-third of all the sugar sold beyond question.An of the seed-leaf. The usual distance Island.4.I.'k lipped...
from Manilla
were trippedBy bring the
of the Ger- frtr setting the plants is about 16 inchesin host p..
the;:honey suckle tangles where thewaterluiesdipped on the English market is beet sugar. Iowa correspondent The Society Islands gZ
nuuitown Telegraph makes his granary the row, and the rows 3 feet ajuut. produce the<
And the'ripples of the rives lipped the Mr. C. F. Cobb, of Leeds, Me., raised lipped muscles, and Panama,tie

,moil along the brink i the past season, from about one acre, distasteful to nits by "daubing all the Regarding the Crescent strawberry. called "Bullacks/* The pecalhe _KV. .

Where. the placid-eyed'snd lazy-footed which sold for $410.It angles on the outside of the buildingwith E. of Beaver 'ountPa..
cattle came to drink; 628 pounds of hops, Engle, ( varied tints and colors exh'b

And the tilting mipe stood fearless of the is said that Australia has more meat- hot pine-tar for the width of threeor sahe finds it larger and handsomerthan mother-of-pearl are due,to the
traanfs wayward cry, .- four inches and also any seam or tiI.t
And the splashing of the .wimmer. in the producing animals in proportion to its the Wilson, and escapes the spring ure of the surface, which is omnjZinnumerable
crack where a rat or mouse can standto
.days gone by. population than any other country on frosts letter than any other variety. fine plate*-often anssi

'Oh. the days gone by! Oh, the days the globe. gnaw One reason why some growers condemn thousands to the inch-which anata

'gone of by the I.Thtmuaie laughing' lip, the luster of There has been an increase in the im- The three following intestinal are the tubes measurementsof of sheep it is because they allow the plants to the rays of light falling onft, toft*

the eye; portation of butter and butterine into run freely anc. cover the bed with a fleet it in all different tints. '*&
Tk childish faith in fairies, and Aladdin's. which were lately examined : Lamb, dense growth jf lea'es.1at'n subjectto 4
BaAjricring the United Kingdom, and a decrease in "The square or angular'pteces'
Southdown, 6 months old, 74 feet 9 different J,

,i-u.simple, soul-reposing.. .glad belief in"everything. the importations of cheese. inches ; old ewe, Southdown, 100 fret fruit hill varying culture from becomes pistillate a to. staminate sawed; out with a small saw;tie jin

Jar life.was'like-astory-holding neither Across the water the Shorthorn editor 8 inches ; old Leicester r.un"117 feet ,in blossom to soil and being held in the hand or clamped in
sob nor sigh of the Field insinuates that Short- vise. Buttons and similar round -
8 inches when the are pulledout *
Tn. the golden,' olden glory of the days culture.
,gcsiby- horn blood was the element that increased from the mesentery.On are cut with a crown saw attached tor

R the size of the polled cattle. "It takes close observation and con- spindle. All the tools employ'i
I. a cranberry farm at Hyannis
stant study to make a practical and intelligent working mother-of-pearl most be
Statistics place the shortage of wheat Mass., $tOOOO, worth of cranberries art
f Agricultural and Statistical. bushels. beebeeperGood advice as continually moist to prevent their stjg
in Great Britain at 136,068,000
have been sold this season and $7000
far as it goes. One needs to be fortified ing fast. The pieces are
Selection of a F rm. The shortage of the oats crop of this paid to pickers at the rate of from one geld Idf
with a good stock of resoluteness and shape on a polishing stone, the ria rf
) There axe many things to be considered country is placed at 1,000,000. to two cents per quart. Picking affords '
that kind of pluck which doesn't easily which must be ribbed to avoid da nfa
in. tl4 selection of a farm. To the Mr. W. H. Francis, of Frankfort, busy work during the time so occupied, I '
succumb to adverse circumstances even and smearing. The stone of
rich gentleman who wishes to retire I Mich., realized $145 for the first three and, after the crop is gathered the ton
if often Bee-keeping mast be wet while in
quite repeated. kept use
from the noise and tumult of city life, crops from ten Hale's Early peach trees, gleaners often secure large quantities of f ai ksoapsuds
has been reduced to a science ; and works better than.water akst.
la farm fria* a different meaning than to which are still in thrifty condition.In the fruit.A .
after all, the asperities of winter and When the pieces have been brought
the poof man who must toil daily for the lastten years Lancastercounty, new white potato, called the Dukeof
other things which often try the beekeeper's the proper shape on the stone: they a

n maintenance' of himself and family. Pa.; has produced 142,000,000 poundsof Albany, is becoming very popular in tact render the busines somewhat then polished with pumice and...

>, Th* t niaer\vi1l"1ook: through golden tobacco. The annual profits on to- England. It is a sprout of the Beautyof I
precarious one. In many cases it is well tAJ & pe Ibpiece
eyeigiaaBes and .seek for luxuries in thecountry bacco alone in that county is estimatedat Hebron. Most: of our American
of to fit
pumice as the
; while the latter'must obtain In England a ram is often rented for so farad
$3,000,000.It potatoes do well if taken to England ;
the article to be and
'the neceadties of life. The one will let more than the price obtained at sales polished, then ttt
but the rule does not work both
has been ascertained at the Granby ways, latter be fastened to handle
can a ai
Individual taste rule hi'the choice, the for others. For the services of the ram ..
American farmers who have
(Conn.) creamery that it takes ten as planted rotated in lathe.
other asks himself, '. Is this the best seed have found to their cost. Little Lord over Sir was paid in 1872, a
quarts of milk to make an inch of imported
place for me to, do' substantial farm- and the next season $420 was realized. It ii afterward polished with lkatll
cream and an inch of cream makes a
ing ?."' No general rules caribe given The Boston Cultivator says that the For the services of the Shropshire ram powdered pumice on a cork,or wet m

for the rich' man'who buys a farm for pound of butter. flowers of raspberries, where this fruitis Hero $630 was paid and many others while the final polishing is done lift
An order was recently given to a Boston -
'the purpose of spending money, while largely grown, are ruining the honey obtained nearly as high sums While English tripoli moistened with dOdi
dealer for of skim milk to
fifty cans
t for the one who seeks to make a living product of the neighborhood The bees these prices are seemingly high for one sulphuric acid. The acid brings.oat
be used in the manufacture of a wash I
:viE fromvthe 'land, there'' are some words of like this food, but no human being has season's services it may be stated that the structure of the pearl ,very bell
for the extermination of insects on' the '
been discovered who the
.> advice. appreciates the lambs born to these :Mres sell for fully. In many articles it is neceMfy
'orange trees in Florida.A product. The honey from raspberries.. to use emery before the tripoli) 'p applied
very high prices, making the investments .
The size of farm should be suited
a tothe "
Montreal dealer ships tomatoes to is in with
a dirty yellow appearance, avery very profitable to the miters. and then empNy oil. instead,d
capacity of the pocket book. Many England, where they bring good prices. disagreeable odor. "
acid. Knife and razor handles hart tti
young farmers make the ,mistake of The taste for tomatoes bas been acquired 'W I
A writer in the Fruit Rtconler makes holes bored in them after they an din
buying a large farm with little money I but the Edglish climate will alwaysbe Health Hints.
of the the shape, and are then rig
the statement that one neighbors proper
to pay, : ,There is nothing that so too cold for them to ripen. I I
riveted together polished on'tIe atat
planted some cabbage plants among his ,
.. binds. It
a man as a heavy mortgage. I
The Journal of Agriculture says that com where the corn missed, and the I PAINLESS CURK FOR WAIITS.- I and finished as before described.In .
/ eats, the.1 very heart out of the farmer,
"refrigerator meat in the Eastern markets Drop a little vinegar: on the wart and
butterflies did not rind them. lie has the !
.. and hangs like a leaden weight uponevery I many workshops polishing
is not only causing the railroad cover it immediately with cooking soda
: aspiration of his wife and children therefore come to the conclusion that if performed on wheels covered.witht'wet
people to sweat under the collar, but the the in the middleof or saleratus ; put on as much soda as
.. It buy a small farm cabbage patch were cloth which holds thepolihing.
I canned beef crowd is also joining in the you can pile on. and let it ,remain ten
butterflies would
the corn-field the !
r and,..have;enough capital,, to work it I terial. For common work some pd-
well.,.Aa.the surplus increases, it may kick. not find them as they fly low and like minutes. Repeat several times a day, verized chalk or Spanish white h. soar

London purple is better adapted to plain sailing. and iu three days the wart will be gone. I ..*; k
.. be invented in more. acres, or in stituted for the English trip H. .

a better culture of those that have fighting the canker worm on apple trees When pigs do not thrive and try to A good remedy for corns also. Mother-of-pearl is frequent etcW

already proved profitable. There is a than is Paris green. It dissolves ill eat gravel or earth it is a symptom of WOMEN'S HEALTH.-Eminent med- like copper. The design is put oartft:

size below which many of the economiesof water, which is not the case with Paris indigestion. They are probably over- ical authority I is given for the state- asphalt varnishwhich, protects tilt

the farm can not be practiced to the green, and the former is, therefore,more fed. Reduce their food one-half. Give ment that the chances for life for men parts that are to' be 'etc&edi and,tilt

,best advantage, ,and on the other hand evenly distributed I two pigs half a pint cf sweet oil or lin- are, on the whole, better in this coun- piece is then put in nitric'acld. 1ns

there is danger, of going beyond that It is a severe calamity to any agricultural -: seed oil in the food daily for two or try than in England, and the samewould the exposed portions have been.m*

acreage where the most profitable farm country not to be the producer of three days, and as they recover gradually doubtless prove true as regards ciently corroded by the' ac1d"",tY

ing may be carried on. ,It requires its own wool. All the varieties producible -I give them a little dry corn in addition women were like comparative ,statistics article is rinsed with water and th

i flHflMn nTiln executive ability to man- in the world are equally produciblein to their other fOlK Some char- available. On the subject of diet, varnish dissolved off with turpentine.'

age k huge, farm, amyl therefore,many the_United States. Saxony Silesia coal would be of service, and may be it't asserted that, among the lower benzole. Thin pieces of pearl which Ito

matt are excluded from such by a lack Can produce no finer. given frequently. and middle clnsses of the larger Xew have the same shape are glued \fr

,". which they may not fully. appreciate To cure warts on cows' wags jur. 11. The valuation of sheep made in the England cities, the diet could hardlybe gether and all cut and bored it' anus

unai the, trial has been made and the G. Abbott, of Maine, recommends to highlands of Scotland has reached a worse, and is a most potent and prevalent like a single piece, and afterward aft-

failure recorded.. Farming is not like saturate them three times a week with point which even old flockmasters have source of ill-health. People,fill rated putting them in hot water}h

the taking of a citadel, and cannot be kerosene oil, and in a short tune they not seen surpassed. Sellers are often th.mel"e8Ul .nnL imi1able abominations ordinary inlaid work of mother4-pN4

done ,successfully with a rush and a will all be gone, leaving the skin astonished at the prices they receive, ," shatter their nervous systemby scales or very'thhr 'pieces of pearl III

: noise. smooth and free from soreness.If while excessive tea-drinking, and fastened iron foundatia
buyers are paying prices at which dyspepsia on or some

;c It is a thoughtful and steady workingout a cow's hind feet are tied together they would have been appalled a year with its attendants is the result. iisusally made of papier mache;/wtk!

from well-laid plans-a conquest for she cannot kick. It will make the cow ago. This is especially true of desir- Nevertheless the outlook! i is not less Ja me'aI'Ilish.. The plate is W

crops, and the head}must be clear that some trouble for a time, but the mind able breeding stock, while the boom encouraging than twenty-five yean ago. cleanse and dried, then coated wi4

., wins where. the seat of a campaign for a of the milker will be secure and undis- extends through all grales of decent RESPECT TilE BODY.=&j\" writer in varnish ; when the latter is nearly dr1

\ .. lifetime covers townships Or even square turbed. After a few weeks a slight mutton sheep the Health ami Home has some sensible cut piece of mother-of-pearl are pmeetr

s mile& The soil'' is the foundation off cord on each leg will be enough.A ideas on the subject of into the varnish by the artist so 'M
In doing up wool the fleece should be bodily health.
fanning, and it should be fitted to the Fort Smith Ark. He "Respect the adhere to it. The plate is then'!laW
oil mill furn- :
( ) put up so as to be comparatively loose, says body. Give it
'kinds of crops that it is desired to raise. in an oven until the varnish latde4
ishes 'what it
bagging and ties and requires flout
gins cotton, light and easy to inspect and handle. no more.
'i The differences in the nature and when second is' ,orer U.
capacities a put
taking the seed alone as compensation.A Lay the fleece on the table, turn in the pierce its ears, .strain its eyes, or pinch coating'
i-. of sand and clay should be understood few since its feet don't roast it all'da entire article, which is then'po1M
very years cotton seed came head, tail and flanks, and roll it up, ; by a hot fire
; and a favorable mixture of near being considered worthless }", and smother it under again. It. '
very commencing at the toil end. Tie with heavy lied .
: the two obtained if there is I
an opportunity except for manure for the next crop of two strings to keep the roll in place, covering at night ; don't put it in a cold 4'f.

'4 for choosing. A rich soil with cotton. and then one about thee end The draft on slight occasions, and 'don't'nurs An Ounce..of .Prevention.. .
', .
proper management means good "
crops The be laid iu or pet it to death don't dose it
cow population of the United strings can grooves sawed ; &
,:. at once but it be as profitable to Sometimes an ounce of.prevention
; may ithdoct rs' stuffs
States is into the < 12,611,148, or about one cow folding platform, so that the 0 DIday'
.: invest much leas in an equal area of worse than 'pound 'of disease;
turn it into
to every four people. This only includes fleece can be tied quickly a wine cask or -chimne\..
overcropped land, and bring it up to a Let it'be'-'warranted ; last week the children ,came tot
If milch and their value not to'srnok
cows estimated ,
high state of cultivation by green ma The greater part of the soil of Eng- from the time .'Ding in. shrieking that a big hawk

+ nuring and other methods of restoration. at SJ40.i00..7)0, an average of$27 per land has been under cultivation for a your manhood takt"sp088t's.'iion. circling> over the. poultry yard. OM
head based their in different Respect ,the bodfllo 't
a The farm' house is to }*' the upon prices thousand years, and yet the land richer overwork Farmer Thistiepod dropped his pow
overrent, overlove I
States. or it and
I 3-1. home of the family, and therefore the and the crops more prolific than they t never debase it. but be able to : C \Ught'his'trusty gun fronttII > dtI

'0 locality for the farm should be health'i. corn has been it well pays to were a thousand years ago Why, then, I when you are done with it.. well lay down and charged for the poultry yard' Bran

ful. The richest land for the price maybe feed it moderately to cows giving milk. should so many thousand of acres in but not a misused thing. Meantime worn I right. over a bee stand just th.<&*

,. on the border of. a malariabreedingswamp Butter is proportionably as dear as(corn many sections of this country have become it at least as would treat side of the cypress bush, and was*rt

,; and a feed of the latter affects the butter so greatly deteriorated in you your let_hone .
but the profits of the investment productiveness or hound, and word for in thirty places before he 'JamP8 !
my it
:. may be-more than balanced by product, both in quantity and quality in a comparatively few it will not jump to China at 1ltumcl.though the fence'of'the poultry' yard, aligl Kt

.. the doctor's-bills and loss of time, not o. even more than it does the rlow'j of years'? Careless and un. kiled! culture you'll find itA a t ui> +n the old black hen that wiSroIiI
most: excellent
.t-, to mention 'discomfort of fevers in milk. must necessarily be the answerIt have especially in the thins" to I ing: thirteen chicks, breakmgMr 6

: the household. It is important that l>r. Hoskins, of Vermont, writes to is a well-known fact that trees ,I:, country and mashing'five'hapless -,,-- r

there be,an abundant water supply on the Rural Stir I urktr.that he has along highways, trees' in towns and f the'gan caught in the fence'.*

, all farms, both for the family and the fruited and compared the three supposed cities, trees in groves amidst agricultural AnO>weguphjMcian: in jumped, and went o8,:til.UDr.&'

live-stock. There are social considerations distinct varieties. of Russian ap regions render the atmospherepurer. an old colored woman the questioning 'turkey: and filling'the. Durham

that no tanner should overtook in pies known Grand Sultan, Yellow They,' by their foliage,' absorb regard to her ailments, asked other if she day in in the meadow nearly fall of bucb '

making a clK il'@ofafarm.lIeli"es Transparent and Charlottenlialer, and hurtful 'jrase*, which would otherwisebe a good appetite. had whiles the hawk, alone calm and **
, s not to himself alone f the children need finds them identical. breathed by, the inhabitants of the replied,"aud I don't care, doctor about she I possessed hi the midst of .the tan oII

'. .; the privileges of good schools, etc.'; In The advantages of breeding .from I j densely populated cities, thereby modiI appetite until provision, a good and confusion, sailed gracefull awf

:. .-.. short, the community should be one in lolled rams, says: a Missouri' .pht'rd tying diseases, lessening dangers of espially meat." ". get' cheaper t I with the one spring chicken he had 4
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<'.- \\1-. ..s-...::..:. T "TIS'BVER. THUS. before she was called away from earth. The Rattlesnake Saved' the 'blood 'dripping':slowly' from his I Tenure: of Land In Syria.
* ...,s.,.' >' -- ,- 'I"" This' belief afforded her comfort, and, His Life. parted fingers, with>long, wild death -
erathat *hen hope During residence in Damascus
, : I
the neighbors, while they did not share Game there was Jimie. We could shriek turned and disappeared in the

't':, itfMBAA, the, conviction; humored ber in the not break''camp now with our weak darkness; ,The ratler which my, fire tried one or two villages in the neigh-
- & --'fond thought, and spoke regretfully,, of the I had.drawn from his whiter quarters had as a summer retreat, and at
S6111 the our hands and it only re-
dST i upon length fixed
: t a village called Mar-
* 1'0' upon
; '
,. heart woa14 'ut, sad changes that sorrow had wroughtin mained for some one to attempt the saved my life and the lives of my companions aba
oomee.and as being at convenient distance
the .
d from her fresh face. *
wlir vu young
A the San Juan
desperate journey across
t: the dust from the city to ride there in the morn-
,aUiI as Forty were and but for A week later, with a party of thirty
of the Devil's Pass toAnimas
.wben1P byway
that, that range, ing and return at
;, fern I fellows I recrossed the San Juan _night. Finding,
the sad wistful face of, old Amy, and and with food good
a rescuing
or -
1M p jtt tendriL w ith all its fei. however, that ,the native houses ,were
ltb ; the whispered stories of the peasantry,, party. Failing of that, spring- range and rescued my party from star-
r scarcely habitable I determined
bk to have
rin a.Tk V vation and the Indians
the unaccountable disappearance of ; and it is be-
cleaveth to to fondly time would find our cabin inhabited by '
:.. e1&hIDI. a small house bUilt close to not
: \ Alick would have been forgotten. But cause of what that snake did for me in yet

, Ii__and to 10 a 2 by.tke blut. I l among my plan I had first of all to apply to the
- many a hearth was, that, Alick had that I let the critter live todayTo-
fore well to decide who should
"IJraL .tia ever thus, with sounds we men Vali for perm sion to do so. His High-
. : ""'J1I. _irv earth. been carried off by an evil spirit, with undertake this and the do Bet.
....", too tweet for .. borne perilous trip, ness, with an outburst of Oriental liberality -
that o&t.w.y. whom he had held compact. Many -
risk fell upon me. It was best, perhaps,
-heavenward in their birth; readiness to give me
the silver chord even went so far as to say that his soul that it should have been for of all pie4f
f.r JnfoMtf shell is})broken, so, Early Marriage. not only :t ground but a gardeq
haunted the old and had been
llDate. the I best knew the trail. Without
bib are all silent,and hushed party as well! This I declined with ,thanks,
,s iwwt seen during stormy nights in the mountains -
waste of words or time, I prepared
bIlcmelvUo knowing the value of such offer but
$ ,
Amy indeed asserted that she Early marriages are nowhere so com-
't a ever thus with all that'sbeat myself for the journey, and, thoroughly showed him the I had
UOB, pn paper, spot
1Ji, Ttr often heard his voice calling her, and armed before the mon as in the prosperous manufacturing ,
below early one morning,
chosen consisting of barren rock and
"fttaMrf, 'noblest,. lovlie are always the light that burned always from pale moon had fallen behind the western districts of Lancashire. Boys and girls a ,
asked him to send
't.fl. inttogo,' nightfall until dawn in her casement not out of their teens but earning big a competent- personto
the sweetest, the vine mountains I bade to ,
nI'ml that sane good by my com- the place to examine the site and
'I "f> that crowned the rock.' I told that her heart ever kept vigil over rades and started. back wages and having their feeling of independence -
of the garden, the flower of the Turning my value it and at the same time see from
1 The glory his fate. prematurely developed by the
lock.'Hi upon the camp, I settled my course bya I the plan that none of ,windows
The old cottage continued to bethought I absence of home life, get united in holy 'my
and brisk steered'
'Us ever thus with teams of star, at a pace would overlook In the
erg UJ\DrlAl haunted by ghostly visitors, southward. All day I continued on the wedlock at a time of life when, in the my
of few course a received
That lock too right and beautiful for suchaworldaithfc I and because of this superstition none trail, ever with a watchful eye for In- higher ranks of society, they have not that a commission days of six officials a notice -

One moment round;about us their angel would occupy it. It gradually fell into dian signs-for I believed our old enemies I left school nor begun to think of the would meet me the and settle

p1ay; decay. The women of the village rarely still in the all calling. Saturday is a favorite day for on spot I
vicinity-but day
darkness droop ,and the matter at once.I lun-
.Th.Yawn the veil passed the dead miner's house without unmolested and at last and getting married because it is a short one provided a
,all,mat passed away. weary cheon alfresco, to which the sheikh of
offering a prayer for the restless soul. the chill shadows to and the ceremony can be got through
worn, as began the village was Invited to
The Lost Bridegroom. The old mines having been worked, the white behind with a minimum of loss-a thing certainto negotiate on
creep across great plain -
the part of the
a long
it was at length determined that new be considered by a thirifty operative.The .
districtof I in front the
mountainous me saw looming up
In rsgged'and preamble forth
setting the valae of
excavations should be opened. Amid town is paraded for a few hours in ,
San Juan with
Wale is,situated a mining village, range, gashed a narrow land in general and of this spot in par- .
which the the operations a subterraneous murmur Devil's Pass. Once cheap towdry finery of glaring colors, I ..
little story' gorge-the "
noted for this ticular, he offered at.length,to sell the
; '.- was heard mingling with the sound of which can never serve any useful pur-
that horrible for it
tell to their children. grave was little site for 5000 is
miners. (a piastre equalto
the pike. Suddenly a wailing rent again perhaps one of the watering-
cry pose ;
agcTin the little village of- else-and the road to Animas would be 2.1. "Fifty
Yean ) piastrest' wrote down
the air, and the earth seemed to trem- places is visited if it be fine, and on
an humble but neatly kept comparatively easy. My spirits rose
there was, the s.:1 be. "By the life of father
ble. Those above rushed in terror to Monday morning by the stroke of 6 the
cottage where an old niin dwelt with hopefully.As it is t )0 little 'say3000.."
; "Seventy-
the mouth of the pit, and the most newly-married couple may be found at
darkness down I
his wife and only child-a son. And came fairly five," said the scribe. "Say ,1000( ( --by
fearless were about to descend, when their looms, in :defiance of all poetry
he deaoeaded found at the mouth of the
An'ft was but a young boywhen myself just Allah it is worth 6000-but Allah is
the call-bell was violently. Every and romance and the wear and tear of
rung which led the and
iato the mines with his father. canyon up to pass, great." One hundred piastres was the
rope was at once put in use, while the life begin with them once more in real
it sheltered for
most place a
the old miner wasretnraing deeming a
One evening, as sum agree I upon, and I had permissionto
miners were white and trembling with earnest. Marriage makes no alteration
home from a neighboring village camping spot, I soon gathered a heapof begin building at once. 'When the-
in the of the wife far mill-
intense fear. position so as
dead limbs beneath
attracted by a an overhanging
hi attention was house was half finished an order came
To hriuiry they accorded them work is concerned she puts in her ten
every ;
rock where the had not
fittte, gut She was weeping bitterly.A snow yet come, stop, on the ground that it was built
(..t disconnected replies, such as built fire which warmed and hours a day now as she did before. In- (
few broken, almost inarticulate a roaring over the tomb of a Moslem saint and
"a man "a demon "a miracle 1"At deed she has incomparably the worst of ,
cheered and for the
words told that she had been deserted me, prepared night. that the departed spirit might not relish '
length from old man they the bargain for when the day's work is
one gar- I felt little fear for the frown- ,
by her Bother.. The child, weary and narrow, the vicinity of Christians and
nered that they bad worked steadily to over it is her privilege to light the fire avengehimself
walls would hide the
hungry, had cried itself to sleep, and ing canyon lightof by doing us some bodily harm.
open communications between the new fire from all the at home, get the supper ready and do
:while.she was sleeping, the unnatural my plain country. for which the Vail would not be respon
and the old mine, but finding only a the necessary household work, while it
The disturbance which I might
parent had forsaken her. only sible. After a great deal of trouble and
mall obstruction at last a sturdy blow is the prerogative of the husband to use
-, The oM man was touched by the incident look for would be the howling of the investigation his Highness: was con-
made and the dividing wall had his leisure according to his own sweet
was wolves who threatened but dared not
in his
: Raising her tenderly vinced that the existence of such tomb
that when the cloud of dust will. When the time comes for the
given way; I
homeward. attack and I cared not for them.
arms, he wended his way ; I was a myth. The next charge brought
had assed from before their astonishedeyes baby to be born the mother .expectant
lr With these reflections
Entering the cottage he placed the light comforting against me was that while' pretended .

;burden hi his wife's lap, saying : they saw a young man ; that he therefore, I ate a hearty supper, dranka withdraws from the mill for a few to build a house I was in reality build-

iGod in His wisdom has seen fit to was lying upon a rocky bed ; he seemedto little melted snow water, lit my pipe weeks, and when she is well enough to ing a convent in the midst of a Mohammedan

be sleeping; that hb cheeks looked and in blanket resume her place at the loom the babyis
choose our home from all the other rolling myself my population. I had a hard strug-
fresh and fair and that Ills lips were placed in the care of some old crone -1
bmDfBhi the village to shelter this debated crowded close to the rock wall behindme gle to convince him that Protestant '
still red. Instead of approaching him who is past work herself and makes
well warmed fire. And
kind heart now by
child. Knowing your my had no such institutions.
they had fled in fright filled with the sufficient to live on by taking care of
wife; I did not fear to bring the little so, in the flickering light, protectedupon Now all these charges had been:
belief that it was an evil spirit in human all sides I unhes five or six of these luckless babies for
one to you. gave trumped up by the officials in the hope
that beheld. the consideration of a shilling or two a
guise they
The dame pressed the good man's itatingly up to slumber. of receiving the usual bribe, which I.
The of the mine listened atten week according to the
hand in and Amy- owner How long I slept I cannot say. It, age.
affectionately reply, was determined not to give, having,
for to( the'child was called-was soon'seated tively. As the old man ceased he rush- deep- in the- night- when- -I woke- with'is .- made up my mind to carry the husinefls'
ed forward exclaiming 'To the mine ?
: sudden chill It was as if some one
before a simple repast. a through honestly and lecraUr. DnA
To the mine !" Soon the truth was had touched vith cold and George's Love Test. -
Allot, oa his return from the parish me a more effort was made to annoy me, or

school, welcomed the little girl with known. Ere many minutes three min- clammy hand, but even before I was rather to force me to give'the customary:

every expression of pleasure. ers issued forth bt'aringbetween them well awake my frontiersman's caution "How she must have loved him." "backsheesb," vi%. : That the house .

fc Tears passed away, and Amy's child- the body of the young man. With a returned, and I opened my eyes slowly, As Myrtle Redingote spoke these was built over'a road leading from'the

,bood days were spent feeling of irrepressible horror they laid and didn't move. words softly to George W. Simpson a village to the stream,'to the great inconvenience -

I Without great claims to beauty, there him down upon the green sward. His The fire was all but out, and the ghastly blush of maiden modesty flamed for an of the villagers The Con-

was,' nevertheless, a charm about her clothes were old, and indicated a style light from its dying embers touched the instant across her pure young face and sul had at length to interfere;the GoY-

which worn years and years ago ; all were, and rocks and trees about with a
all recognized. snow disappeared silently behind the tiny pink ernment Engineer was sent toiAteeti-

The miner and his wife were not surprised however, In a perfect state of pre nll- strange color like thick blood. The air ears that stood like pigmy sentinels on a gate the ma. and report upon it ;.

when Alick one day asked them tion. lIe seemed dressed a.i though fora was growing chill and still too, exceptfor battlement of rose tinted flesh, soft and which was to the effect that 'there was

for their consent to make Amy his wife, fete. In his hand he held a box. It the cry of a coyote far up the canyon warm, and with beautiful curves whose no vestige of road or foot-path in the

andt to this request they accorded their contained a gold cross, chain and me- wall opposite, who whined and barked dimpled outlines would have made even vicinity of the house. After this I was

heartfelt blessing. dallion. Time had blackened these incessantly. .. an anchorite resign. George had been left in peaceful possession so far that no .

The day for the rustic nuptials was little pledges which the stranger had There was something almost oppres- telling her that beautiful story of the one could turn me, out of the house,

named, and was'looked forward to as an doubtless intended for some village sive about the silence to me, when suddenly princess of olden times, who when her but, not having the title-deeds, I could

occasion of, general rejoicing. The I maiden.They were about to raise the body from just beyond my smoulderingfire lover was stricken down by a poisonedarrow scarcely expect to find a, purchaser in

happy day arrived, work was suspended and bear it awayfor burial, when old the sound of a step started me, and knelt by his side, and with her case I wished to sell it; My next effort

that all might join in the merry-making. : before I had time even to move there own ruby lips drew from the wound the was to secure the necessary papers.
Amy was seen approaching.
Taking the hand of the tremblinggirl They made for her; and those was bending over me a hideous, painted fatal element. When he had finished Month after month I applied bi vain for
within this own, 1.Alick,- according face-the face of a savage. And in his the girl gave utterance to the words them. The Governor'pretended be
near at hand were struck by the singular -
i to the long-established custom of the expression of her face: Her"eyes hand,already creeping toward my heart, with which this opens. And then, for shocked to hear that his orders had'notbeen

vfllagt' led the way to the little vine- sparkled with new' life and her steps was his heavy scalping-knife!, an instant, silence fell between them. carried out. He sent for the'tciibe

coTered church, where the parish priest To describe my sensations is impossible. I George was the first to speak. "IfI and threatened .him' 'with his ,fiercest
feeble seemed almost to have.
Heart-their love. Children strewedoweis usually so! ,. c Some terrible spell seemed to bind wounded
.- gained the elasticity of youth. Waving were by a poisoned arrow, displeasure if such an act of negligence

by the W&y-6 de and sang gay them aside with an imposing" dignity, me. Not only was I facing, a danger darling,would you emulate the exampleof should ever again 'be 'reported. against
songs. Each guest had made a modest she advanced directly toward the dead which meant instant death, but I was the princess ?', him. :The 'scribe- pleaded' a Bprained _"

offensg but to no one would Alick con- she the dark unable to move,even in the attempt to .The girl's form shook with a sudden wrist as an excuse for the delay bat by-
man. Kneeling, parted
fide the nature of his gift, wishing, aiM hair on his broyv andAmurmuredin atone save myself. It was as if I were fas- tremor, and,her head fell upon his shirt the life oft the Prophet be'would write ,.

did;it ,exeite" an agreeable I surprise.- of love and tenderness cinatfd. front. the document,at once.,-I: took a hasty -
1naea-they had returned to the cot- his name="Aliok!'*'' I tried to reason with myself. This t4I 'could not, do- it," she sobbed leave of the Vail and ruabed off after-

'q h18- telling her was but a single enemy-if I should through" her tears. the scribe,.determined lose sight
h At all clear. In an instant
blrte once was "
l1ea\-at v fora' short the old people present,ivoognized the spring upon him I might kill him andso '"'Vhy.n'ot?" asked George. of him again. He bad, however, disappeared ,

.....\ He left' the house, and, with companion of their youth. Again she be free; but although the reasoning uDo not press me'for an answer," replied as if-the earth had: swallowed- ,

.. OD84 jeering look at the doorway was all right, the action I was unableto the girL him up. These sceneswere', repeated. ,, ..

'-'Dsboodwavtnga'merry adieu, spoke"Alick; friend,otL my <;lulilli 6di my bring about, and all the time the But, .1 must know- he said in .low, over and over again; till at the rod of- ,. *

ye ,fJ1f'in the direction of theM husband, I knew that we would meet terrible knife drew nearer. The redskin agonized hnex! twelve months, having to leave Damascus -
nines,and a curve: in the road soon again on earth!"' know that I was awake, and that I saw 'Then," she murmured,pressing him I had to sell the,house at a great "

b4hifnu..iew; ':As his lithe figure As she ceased speaking' head him, but he gloated over my helplessness still nio're closely! to her, "you are from loss, not having the title-deeds. The-

\Ppeared Amy uttered a faint sigh, drooped lower and lower, until it Kink and delayed his fatal blow. Kentucky, and I do not care to catch purchaser,American _Vice Consul

'", rt.Df'" =::.;boding; evil or upon his breast, as if in'prayer.: At last, however, I saw the gleam of the delirium tremens." trusting to his official position, hoped to- I.

..tbf". .>>,U- .. ( iul,:jcy.! At length the young men advanced his eye, the tightening of his muscles, be able to succeed where I'had 'failed.

1 !, JMBfflrandTearclr; bad been t)remove the body.Itentlyyth women and knew that in an instant more all I have no doubt but that by fonowiDg'the

.: reryhere. Weeks,followed; raised the figure of( the forlorn; woman would be over, when a sudden harsh, William Taylor tells of a young usual Oriental 'custom of back-,

< 't. ,r.nt tbe lxidegrooan;did Seeing that she made no reMstancei'tbey metallic rattle sounded, as if it were in preacher who took his audience this sheesh, and dividing'.tlO or JE20 among

--4':;Kor r eooH bls:iheence and bent over her, and found .that she, too, my very bosom. I felt something glide wonderful flight of fancy : "Yes, my the officials, every obstacle would have ;

"t ? e t flaunted for. was dead. Her long, roving vigil was from my side-a long,scaly, snaky body friends, the mind of man is so expansive been removed to my I obtaining the 4'Ji

Xo d;:*f y those-*who at an end. The same grave holds them shot out to'meet the dusky, oncomingarm. that it can soar from star to star, title-deeds of >a\ property for which I

.. .1eiK gpy. ,At length hope both, and ,.many a sweet flower is laid There was a blow, then a cry of from satchelite to satchelite, and from paid the' sum of 16ft. ML-Rat W. :

' .. I\uIaL.:: The'-Vidowed brideto upon it in remembrance of their fate, horror, and, as the knife fell ringing to seraphene seraphene, and from Wright in Contemporary: Bantu.When .. .

:. 'ClUI :ti.uclously 'one ,idea, which while the legend of their love is often the earth, a rattlesnake crawled slowly cherrybeam to cherrybeam, and from II .'1,1-. \; .

:' like and the Uncompahgre,,with his to the center of the' doom is a man.obliged to ken .
=:: a folly,.in life o r recounted in the humble homes of the away- thence of .

: to roaald.see herhusband again poor. '* now nerveless band, outstretched and I Il heaven." .. word When w one will, '




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LEGISLATURE HAS of volunteer fire companies in 3IISCELLANEOUS.r LEG L,
'THE.FLO.RIILA,. STAR.. .1rJI.A.THE co - organized jr
DONE. cities in this State.. wyAn NOTICE _
? EVERT THCBSDAT, The following a-partial Jist of all the. act the IDEMERCHANTS'BARW -
*: PUBLISHED to provide for preservationthe Land Office. G :

...... .to .J N ..,. .. -T .. acts, public and private, and .resolutions, i battle flags of the Florida regiments LINE ,January JDtnme.23iJ Tu?*,i}.'"*
.Jlflf ei...IL..T]. i. I:o "r.I.-nflll. ,
and and memorials
concurrent -joint, NOTICE Is '
hereby 1
.' "*t. i engaged in the late war between given that thi ,
Mated at the late session of the Legislature -*" DAILY. I l owing-named settler has filed tw\......
f'rt I States. DOUBLE
= E. B. WAGER, his Intention to make final C

.. ... .. ; arranged By a special correspondent An act to change the county line be- port of her claim, and proofb; '
'r -sJ"lr Editor Jt.:Publisher. of the Times-Union. .. Carrying the f. S. 3Iail. be made before A. tbituJlJproor I
1 the counties of Putnam and Clay. tto"ars, C1erlt
: .Terms; $USD per Annum In advance. There yet remains a email number of the conviction fees ., Side-wheel Steamers. chit court at 'rjtu ,.lJIe Fla., i on .
An act to regulate Elegant
A Sedate ODe inch In*p ace ; IS squaresk office March 10. 18S3, viz: Francis 1
bills in the Governor's : As SaQ
...a. ... soon as
of the several State
attorneys. Franels Wallar thy
s :naeobmptnied'' the in the of REGULAR XAII PoInt. F :!
JLilitillMUMiiti by' re- Secretary
& they deposited
An act to legalize the holdings of courts No. 3S24 for tile X E i of 8 W og'
CASHwIUMtneeiTeattBBttoiuTor State1* office;the list will be completed. GEO.M.BIRD.Capt.G.J.Mtroier. ion 3,Township 24 S. ]: 361 a
Editor the
ftdratWaxiBte*enquire of the and performing official acts at town sage
,,, ,, w$7,VKkMtaca three cent stamp. OESEEAL: ACTS. H. B. PLANT,Capt.J.W, FiUg*raM. She names the following wiuSii

An act to permanently locate the county of Leesburg,in Sumter county, Florida. ANITA Capt.C.II. Brock. prove her continuous residence B"" B :
TBISPDEBma7hefoand' file at An act to prohibit school officers from cultivation-of said land ''
ate of Sumter in this State vizw
(}eo.'P.Bowefl&Go's Newspaper Adver- county, One of the above-named steamers will leave Sharpe and C\ L. Faber of '
and to further dealing in school test boob. De Bary wharf,foot of Laura street,daily except City PoiK
5 fi ag IIanIa (10 Spruce Street) where prevent controversy Sundav for PAL.ATKA, SANFUBD. and 31.E. English and Robert
3p m. lior
!*'* .advertising contacts may be made forit: thereon.An An act to provide for the payment of ENTERPBISZ and all intermeUinte of Titusville Fla.NOTICE .

: in NEW YORK. *J act to change the terms of the Cir- physicians in investigation of indigent landings. 40t J4:_\. B"R.E:5p :

l and insane ROSA,Capt.J.L.Amazeen. :
K TIm 8rB is the OFFICIAL newspaper cuit court of the Second Judicial circuitof persons. OF FI..YJ.LPROO--'
declare creek in the FREDERICK DE BABY,Capt.Leo. T' "
An act to Sandy ,
: for Bfevard county. the State of Florida. Land Office at Gainesville '
counties of Walton and Holmes navigable ; ,Captain J.Mattheson.. J'Ia.-.
Tihualle An act to protect the food fishes of Mar. S. 1883.1'
B.ItrfJII at 1M POll'tsl. at
One of the above-named steamer will
.Reesed.flaas JaII6. Florida.An and to repeal Chapter 3,397, Laws of leave DeBary wharf foot of Laura street NOTICE is hereby given that tl42A

act in relation to injunctions.An Florida, approved February, 1881. daily except Saturday wharf p. nu and from lowing-named settler has filed notlo-Hf\
.F. and w.Railway at 3 nu. for intention to make final
.: TIm agony k over-the legislative act for the relief of Jacksonville, An act to amend an act entitled an act i'atatkaSanfordEnterprise and allinterm port of his claim and that said proofjatai,

powers of our Country sad our State and the counties of Baker, Bradford, Columbia to provide a uniform system of quarantine diate Connects Palatka with Florida Southern be made before A.A. Stewart;proof clef I

t. f. have, adjowmed-their 'members have Suwannee, Madison, Jefferson, in this State approved March 11, Railroad for Gainesville and Ocala. cult court at Titnsville Fla., on SwnrSrfApril

!*} gone home to their eonstituents-many Duval and Leon. 1879, being Chapter 3,162, Laws of Flor Connects at After with St.Johns and Lake 2U11883, via:J. Brady Bowera sI ,
Enatia Railroad tor Fort Mason Yalaha. Lee*- Georgiana Fla Hd. Sumber 3,.for tk-,
to jetansd no saore forever. Sic tran.- An act to declare Fanaoffkee Outlet ida.An burg and all points on the Upper Oclawaha. lots 2. 3, and 4, Section 23,TowaiWiB

lit gloria mmia.I Not one of all these commonly known Pansoffkee run, nav act to legalize the town governmentof mend Connect and Dayton at Volnsla with coaches for Or. South Range 36 Eaat. '

bodks ass forgotten one thing to vote igable.An Hawthorne. Connect at Sanlbrd with South Florida Rail He names the following wltllesepys

their own per diem sad mileage; sensible. act to provide for the relinquishment An act requiring uniformity of text road Aliemonte Lonfwood Orlando.,Xaitlanrt.K1i aimmee.Apopka and City.with prove his continuous revcultivatlonofaaidlaad, vli:J.apoallli A. ..

'_ Good men sad true were to be found in of the dower of insane married books in the public schools of this State. ledge steamers sad for Indian Lake River.euup.Salt Lake apt Rock, Crory,Joseph P. Blake BobX iheos

; t.be8IlIOdi.; men of ability: industry, women. .An act to prohibit persons shipping Connect at Enterprise with coaches for and Andrew Graaon all of Tl&anlUellL' ;

> and these is Daytona and few and Tiroavllle. L. A.Balnlm,
integrity petriotigmsnd to outside of the State Smyrna
in. a*
An act to declare the Tom and oranges grown Returning Mall steamers leave Enterprise 45\v5 Register U. S.Land Oflhe,

.. doe what we may haft of just and wise Branch Mm streams navigable. Florida oranges.An every morning at 7 and Sanford at 7 30 a. m..
; and*a.nx. making close connections with SOT1CE.
.daring the late sessions ,An act to repeal an act entitled an act act to provide for investments by s..F.and W. Railway for all points North. '
1\!,. j tie award these Eat and West.4aThroagh Land Office at Gainesville J'1a..
Time aad
only can
to dissolve! municipal corporations under the Board of Education of the State of {
11;' bill lading given to all point*. _
their need of pake. Our people can circumstances therein stated and Florida of of the Common School NOTICE is l1erebygfYenntbatthe
to provide moneys The steamer of thU line are all first cl ass fr;poh
take a.breathing spell of two yean nearly governments for the same. Fond. in every re,pect. in :-nauieil settler has filed notice of tti

.. rmc., according* to Wiggins, An act to legalize the town governmentof An act making appropriations for the I I Ticket Tortnrtber Office corner Information Bay: apply at General Streets of intention his claim to,make and that final said proof proof In uppat wQl It

great changes: fee to occur. The wheat Newnanaville Florida.An repairs of the Capital Building providing i W.B. W..1TSOX.Manager. made
C.B.FEiWICLGen. Pa**.Agent. before C. B. Magruder, Dwctr:
.:, tabs sifted from the char; the gold to be act to prescribe the duties of Treasurers fireproof vault and the erection of a County clerk at Rock edge, FU-f ot

purged from: the dross. We are making of municipal governments as to warrants wood house on the capital grounds.An TITUS HOUSE Saturday March 10, 1883, via: J..I H.
White of Brevard
,'. county on Hometfcad
strides forward in
: gigantic everything ex or orders which may be presented act for the appoint ment of a Chaplain Xo.3230fortheSofSEiNKl ,
Titusville Indian River Florida ofg
< ,
cept religion sand polities, In these walks to them and not paid upon presentation.An for the State convicts and provide a *, EiandSEiofN E i of

whitewashed hypocracy to have Township 25 S,Range 36 East.
appears act to empower the Attorney-Gen salary therefor. M. Stellenwerf, Manager.
lIe names the following witnesses to
the and lib-
asaadaacy..Civii religious eral to have published three hundred volumes An act to make an appropriation to prove his continuous residence
institutionaappean Il& The above it strictly a First-Clot upon ud
'0 citytheb.ckbooe American of each of the reports of the Supreme cover rewards offered by the Governorfor cultivation of said land ria: FraoUa\

;,. to have been lost sight of Court of the State of Florida,from the arrest of fugitives from justice for Hotel,pkcaanibj titunteilon Jivlian Allen. and Cass Allen of Georgiana fit.

in the great game of grab.* Bloated mo n- volume one to the first part of volume the years 1883 and 1884. Rim, 250 milts tottth nfJacksonville. ofKockledgeFla.and C. B. Magruder and H. S. WilQami

, ied monopolies to the front and demand An to for Teachers' Insti 41 5w
twelve, inclusive. act provide L.A. BARXES, Kegfittr.XOTICE. .

the, homage, of the populace. fates
act to prescribe the duties of County -
o. Twenty yean ago our Gould, Vanderbilt, Accessible Daily ly Fine Steam
.. Treasurers as to warrants or orders An act to provide for normal instruc Land Office '
at Gainesville Fla.
and Field \
Huntington, Sage, were comparatively
which may be presented to them and not tion. To the Sportsman, Pleasure Seeker, and January 29, 1883./
,o poor men. To-day these ,mare en 1882 NOTICE is hereby that the follow-.
paid upon presentation. An act levying a tax for the years Invalid this House given
worth probably $500,000,000 and, present* attractions ing-r.amed settler has filed notice of Ui
An act to prohibit officers of municipal and 1883.
through the corporations which they nowhere else to be found in the South. intention to make final proof la support
: .corporations from buying at a discountor An act to provide for transferring the of his claim and that said proof will be
control wield the of a of THE.1GEIt..18StRE.'i IHS
power capital speculating in city or town scrip, andto certificates of sale of certain lands sold GUESTS ALL made before J. A. McCrory, Deputy
probably$3,000,000,000. Within the last THE COMFORTS OFa11031EATMODERAT is Clerk Circuit court at Titu3viUeFbCea
provide a penalty therefor, for taxes to the Comptroller's office and .
twenty yean 200,000,000 acres of the KATES. 44 Saturday. March 10, 1883. viz: II. Spencer
An act to punish the breaking and entering for the sale, redemption, cancellation, Black of City Point. Fla.,'on D. S.
fr.....: public domain have been given to men without breaking of a building in and settlement of tax certificates. I Open Summer & "Winter.LUMBER No. 3GG for the E 4 of N W i of Secuot

of this ilk-taking four acres from each the day time or entering in the nighttime An act for the assessment sad collection C. Township 24 S. Range E.

man, woman and child in the United lie names the following witnesses to
without breaking with intent to of revenue. prove hij continuous residence sad
States and thus the rich richer upon
making commit a misdemeanor.An An act to amend section 3 of an act to Will be furnished to order on short noticeat c;itivationofsudland.viz:G.W Holme
the poor poorer,'and creating a monied C. L. Faber. Geo. Chester and Albeit
:act authorizing the Board of Education amend an act entitled an act to provide ,
aristocracy capable of controlling the legislatures 818.00 per thosand. Dressed lam Wilson of City Point. Fla.
to compromise and settle with counties for the incorporation of cities and towns 41 5\v L. A. BASSES
of of the States making
many :: -of ber from 820.00 to 824.00 thousand
; indebted to the School and Seminary and to establish a uniform system of mu

;, and unmaking Governors, ,Judges, Funds. nicipal government in this State, approved LUMBER & SHINGLES SPORTSMEN'S EMPORIUM!,
Senators and Congressmen and thus I diEtatingtbe
T a An act to define the boundary line between February 4,1869, and the acts amendatory '
governmental of always on hand. R. C. SCRIMGEOUR
the counties of Lafayette and Tay thereof, and to.further provide for ,

country. If there is to be a monopoly, lor in this State. the organization and government of cities P. M. FISHER. Taxidermist and NatrnM
our views on the subject are to let Uncle
An act declaring Crystal river, in the approved March 4, 1879.
Samuel be the that *Jt animals moon ted with tome reaped
great monopolist so county of Hernando, navigable.An An act to amend section 23 of an act J. A.. GIBSON, for Anatomy.
.the people of his broad domain share -
may act to prohibit County officers from approved } February, 18G9, entitled an Produce Commission Everything appertaining to shooting
the benefits of the monopolization,letting Merchant..JaektIJOD'llIe and fishing to be found at myttCabU.t.ment "
buying at a discount, or speculating inState act to provide for the incorporation of and *
at reasonable rates.
all grand a chemm be under the supervision .
school and to cities and towns and establish Fla.
county, or scrip, provide to a uniform
Also dealer in the Celebrated Ltoa
40V non-partisan com :l'rsdon consisting
of a penalty therefor. system of municipal government in [Late senior partner of the firm of Gibson brand of Asbestos paint in all colon

competent men 4rge experienceand An act to punish slander and defamation this State. & Rockwell, dissolved Jan 1st 1883.] ready for use. The best and cheapen

men in whom the people could place of character in certain cases. An act to fix the pay of the members, Respectfully solicits consignments paint ever introduced for House oruse. Boll

implicit confidence. Under such Oil stoves in solublefor
: a commission great variety,
J then could be no jobbery and An act to repeal Chapter 3220, of the officers and attaches of the Legislature of or family or boat use.

Laws of Florida, being an act entitled an 188 3.
the schemes could be carried out with LINSEED OIL WARRANTED :PURL
act to provide for the assessment and collection An act to change the boundary line between ORANGES, SYRUP, HIDES, &C.

leas expense than by any other process. of taxes the counties Hernando Pratt's' Celebrate Astral Oil alfiu ii
The great question of capital TUiuslabor upon improvements on and Polk. Has the largest cash order trade of any

'V public lands and for the protection of occupying An act to provide an institution forthe Frut
house in
the State. STOCK.Triple
has got to he met sooner or later and .
claimants of said lands,approved blind, deaf and dumb in this State.
"the laborer is worthy his hire. The Reform made the,
day of Sll platedTable" ware from ,
February 22, 1881. An act to protect the growing
f .life of man is too abort for him to ',amass Uouse Holmes, Booth ft Hayden
An act fixing the time for holding the in this State.
.untold mmian honestly and without depriving FOR SALE Lanterns Razors, Combs, Nick Nick*
courts in the Seventh Judicial circuit. An act to amend an act passed December in endless variety..
some of his fellow men of some oi
r An act to repeal chapter 3014,Laws of 15, 18M, empowering county survey
the comforts to sty nothing of the minorluxnrks THE TITUS Cigars,Tobaccos Pipes
Florida act entitled to HOUSEd
being an an act to ors appoint deputiesttlral ,
of fife which he as a laborer and
.regulate the sale cf certain agrical An act in relation to small estates, sa ONINDIAN and all smokers' articles.
prodneer is' jam entitled to. The %
!products in this State, approved March 2, save them from wastefulOOtt8andexpend- When find
wealthy ari of the Old World
Ixaq are
1877., itures. RIVER, what want in the other la,Thtnsville
just beginning to feel the effects of the you store ,
An act to repeal Chapter Ells, Laws of An act to regulate appeals from the containing just give B.C. 8. a call: ml yes

.. upheaval shout to take place in the great Florida, being an act entitled an act to Circuit to the Supreme Court in cueapertAini.g will be sure to get suited.
,. conqoeet between capital sad labor. AD Large Office, Parlor, Dining Room,
; amend Sections and 2 of aa act entitledan to the probate jurisdiction or ( ..
through Eorope sre to be sad heard Pantries
seen Kitchen, L. J. CARLILR
act to regulate the sale of certain agricultural to the estates of minors or deceased per
,the omiaousiajiis sad sounds of .
a great 1G Large
products in this State, being sons. Airy BedroomtIJ.Senuta' ,
moral eszthfssfcs which is only awaiting WINE AID 8AIPLE BOOB"AT
Chapter 8014 of the laws of Florida. An act to enable actual settlers to procure Quarters
the advent of mind ,
a master to
neeesmry ,
An act making appropriations for the homes '' THE
,engulf sn entire continent. Shall not and all necessary outbuildings.Clstora .
: we
of collecting revenue for the An act in relation
to from
expense year appeals LUND H-
::( profit by the history, past sad present, oi of.12.... gal. capacityFURNITURE MCKIMQ ...
judgement demurrers in civil
t. the countries of oar sturdy forefathers? 1883.An upon cases. Titusville,' Dorkk.FIRSiCLASS ..
act to amend Section 1, of an act An act to prescribe the duties of pilot --a1 o- (.,
tit_ Does art oiolnsrY prudence dictate that .
entitled act to authorize State attorneys commissioners relative
an to ports, harbors,
-'o we should do so! BAR,
- ., ..eTt : to compromise certain ('1..l1nap lays and rivers of the State of Florida. I

I SecretarjFolferdeniei the statement proved February 28, 188L .,e '. including Piano and Billiard Table.. Choice'LitlOll 'ill ul

:- that he acid it would be a long while before An act to prescribe the manner s in A fire at Nashville, Tenn, on the 7th The Grounds 1 ,

!ft. iaj assess_ bonds would be called.ft which lands assessed prior to January 1, inst. destroyed the wholesale drugstore tf Beer: always on draught. 2'-

=.uI ",, _*(prifttion, S bill; for the, next 1883, shall be advertised for Bale for uncollected of TJtterer A Co. Several buildings south are Large and Nicely Laid Out. -T.. tifNT Ira" MtW. -- f
of the
were also burned. Loaa,
lest.demasues fir_ umber of clerks in taxes. $300,000; insurance $155,000.A -ALSODESIUBLE :1HRESHERS w
An act fixing the liability of '
the patent office twenty, lAd increases persons

" those in the ad oflee by and corporations for damage resulting- dispatch from St. Johns, N. F. of TOWN LOTS, .. : ) a.... :

ty.the from'the death of anyone canoed by the the 8th says the severest gale in twenty For Bttdaes or
: The amount this far Dwelling Houses and
. J ,
.. e
wrongful act, negligence, carelemneai+ or years was experienced here bust night.It .
: York, New Haven sad Hartford, and commenced in the afternoon GOOD s
default of such persons or corporations: from the LANDS

, New York Cental Bailroads in settlement or the agents thereof. southward and raged with terrible fury For .5'i.

for the. New York tenad k Gardening. .:
l dimste/ until daylight when it veered around
An act to prohibit the sale or distribution to Terau
100,000.. FOOT or five dainu are yet the northwest and Easy to Responsible J
R. of intoxicating liquors on election Many 'PATE.T 'NS PAl.

.:; unadjusted, days and to provide a punishment for the Teasels are arriving, more or lees damaged Parties. : ...

: Tie upper part of Halifax, Nora .80 *.me. ". and, many are in danger stflLA Apply or address, ffT.&W'AU t'0mp00Dd

tiahszbar is completely frozen over and ": An act relating to the crime of larceny. tremendous storm is raging off Cape MRS..M. E. TnTS, "Outdo> ... ,......o

t :." peapl walk from shore to shore. An act to provide for the maintenance Race. Titusville eTeRwhez for obuialnc Addbrnv-TjOCISBAGOn fttemW to '.......
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I* -:CASHCASHCASH' 'r.s., M; AII.Ljuf i .E i'STEAMERS i *(Between Titusville and.$fiockledge.) INDIAN RIVEELANDSFORSALE! ,

.,INDIAN BIP :R, FLORIDA.. Old Friends aid the Me Generally .',
;"' 'J' t ; TIW' Fad''' U ht-Draft'L'StHI Hull .I.t' ,0 ; I _
{ : : 'Steamer l '; --; are invitedto ..,....1\'.. ::t 'Jt.. ....J ,;

ff., '.'r.W.HEREP... !; .. ., rO" W' i # give it a. share of their patronage .'. I u...TE.. ', ,.. T't '.. r .
= : ;, "CINDERELLA! :* .v .. v' ,
4TH .. ,
4 Mrs. Wm. H. Sharpe:
'" 4, ; Having ample and splendid accommodations ;)'i. TWELVE HUNDRED ACRES .. '
: for and and ,
Passengers Freight, Proprietress. ?
.. ..ADO'A\ft"a' arranged expressly for the Mall Service '
and Navigation of this beautiful '

5 .; .', STORE ; Hirer, will commence making her STEAMER MARION! OF ,RICH HAMMOCK LANDS: FOR. SALE. ,
..' regular trips on or about from the first to the Banning in connection with the Denary Lino. "It : .
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i"; fift nth December, 1882,between .. .. ..
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-.*.. Two Trips Weetly. '.,
F-:". TIT, psvgLLE' FLORIDA.i Titusville and Lake Worth! Leaving Sanford for Rockledge Mondays IN SMALL OR LARGE TRACTS. '
.. ". ..... .". \ I (Touching at all Intermediate Landings), and Thursdays.
I each and alternate the : .' -
on day of o '
.. '. . every
.Bra ". 'r weeL Leaving Rockledge Tuesdays &Fridays.In .
. ,. :' 0
f .. --0- order to avoid disappointment to shippers These lands are situated on the beautiful Indian River,TWO AND A,HALF-
)04_ ', : The CINDERELLA is probably the
r" 1.;"4:r. .'...-e". p ,, most perfectly safe Boat afloat. She has Alt freight mutt be at Hoclledgc (Wilkin miles NORTH of Titusville the County Seat of Brevard.county,..and,ONE.mile
: .=! three separate and distinct Hulls, each a son's wharf) Monday and Fridays.. ,
i Church *' '
from where School and *
; : ;, TJeoldest and Most Reliable Place of perfect water-tight compartment itself. Joe. n. Smith, Captain, H. P. Wilkinson LaGrange, a good '" .
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She has also all the modem )
_ g. ..- :i" & Co., Agents. Feb 1st Cm4Q
; and improvements of steam'engmeenng The permanent survey of the Palatka and Indian 'River 'Railway Is: located ,
.., *-' BUSINESS .&. .,&c. .
.f J. M. Dixon through these lands and the great Atlantic Coast Canal. which Is beingraphUyconstructed ..
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I STEAMER DUCHESS (' ,,.' :.... '0/11'

: Indian Eiver, Dealing in TITCSVILfE: : : FLORIDA. will also run close by. ,. A ., ., -: '. ,,
on .. ,
< : Nearly completed, make Regular Dealer In ; ..a .
Connections with the CINDEREL : u ; .... : '. ._ .
Vi 4Geneihl. between Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, For terms of sale, address, ( M.J T. JONES,

Merchandise Fancy and Toilet Articles.
i ..' **A V l: Titusville and Smyrna. at Titusville, Florida* "
.v.i o{ Perfumery DjHhffi Oils
: Further particulars in future advertise- ,
None but strictly first-class goods are ment. Varnishes brushes,&almost everything until March 1st after which time address him at Long Pond;;Georgia [42

,.". ':o: kept by a first-class Drug House. _+*_
Any drug, medicine or In-
!r, ,.-bought and'1f sold at this Stand. lgiThe undersigned desires it to be dis- strument needed by customersand The Florida Star Printing Office.ALL / '
understood that this line is "not '
.. tinctly not on band, will be'ordered. .
; for a day, but for all time to come" Prescriptions carefully compoundednight

y7. that it is put upon this Route and Riveras or day with accuracy and dispatchby KINDS OFMERCHANTILE .

': :1. :.J 0 apennanancy, Summer and Winter; competent persons. Iy3G -
. and he respectfully asks the countenanceand PRINr.IING'r'
:F" encouragment of the people to sustain -
.I- him in his enterprise and venture, W. B. MOORE, Such as Bill Heads,Note and Letter Heads, Business Cards, Monthly1' Statements
Bemember A DOllar"will buy exactly promising on his part to do all that lies a. .-< '. ,

I In his power to make it mutually advantageous General Commission Merchant, Envelopes,Programmes,Posters,.Etc.,Etq,, ,t .. .

;, to all parties concerned. ..
$1.00 worth. AND DEALER IN _' _i *
22tf' W. A. L. OSTRAXDER.SOCts Furnished at ,hart Notice. ,1

t"' :,' Established in 1873. Only! 50 Cts Only! 50 Cts. (My! Groceries and
., U Elegant Pew and Pocket Bible

Address, prders to, 5O Cents Only! Family Supplies.Titusville. Window Shades 1 Dry Goods1* ,

This is by far the handsomest and best

The Headquarters: Store, : : Florida.
: Titusville Fla. Bible for the money ever made. It contains November 10th 1Sj(). U 47 KOHN FURCHGOTT & BENEDICT ,
.- both the Old and New Testament ONE MAN'S CASH AS GOOD AS

.Opened for the Season. ANOTHER'S AT JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,

translated out of the original tongues
J6TA, ,, man who is interested. in his own LUDDEN &. BATES' Special attention paid to Orders and. Correspondence concerning '

welfare. will, be pleased to know that with all the former translations diligently Southern Music House Goods. .

ANDREW GIBSON compared and revised.It Only House in America SellingPianos

Great Inducements are offered to Dealers,
Keeps the finest oysters to be found in has a beautiful cloth cover, hand- .p-\,
Titusvllle, somely lettered in gold on side and also oaauFsnuu Hotel and Housekeepers. *

on back, red edges and printed in clear We keep everything imaginable in the line of goods mentioned. 'above.

Plain and Fancy Cake- made to order. type containing altogether one thousandone 1 IQrIn ordering describe your wants, limit cost of goods and, you, will receive

what order. .
*;rt"l 4 i :fSaJxft Bread always on Itand. hundred and thirty four pages. you tt

Also a-first-class. ,..., Barber, ,shop attached. ALTON "J"HANN: .& CO.
\ Bibles no better are sold for twice aud .
& OrgansOn .
LUMBER even three times the money we ask forth "
the One Price System. PLOW BMD
Will be furnished. to order on abort notice .

.. at 818.00. per-thousand. little gem. One Uniform Price to All, AM That The ,

"' '" "AAawlaancgrft for Sunday-School teachers Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure.PREPARED .
LUMBER Lowest Known.The .
& SHINGLES and scholars and one sure to be prized""The _
usual system of selling Pianos'aml
Always on hand. Erangel Organs is for the dealer to charge '
any EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable growers of
, ,,- C. MAGRUDER & CO. wonder if, how anything so beautiful! price he can get for them wIthout regardto Florida. It will produce a heavy, but sound and healthy growth growing trees,
either fair profit or the customers'Interest. and will supply bearing trees with the food needed forBeavy crops of fruit.
c.;;iNORWOOD'S can be got up so cheapObacrr'er.If :. But we are proud to say that IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and 'In the
this has never been our method of selling. latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity. .
you want a Bible now is the time to For the benefit of purchasers and to "

Fast Hack Line send for it. One copy of the "greatest of secure them the full value of their moneywe IT IS SPECIALL RECOMMENDED FOR P .. -.. "PLE& i
established the of "
at outset our busi-

1. a; -- 2 : all books" sent postpaid to any addresson ness, twelve years since WALTON, WHANN & CO., _, '
The One Price kWllmington
receipt of 50 cents Only. Address, System.and
The .
and Most Direct Del.
Cheapest to this we attribute our immense and ,
ROUTE prosperous trade. Selling on this square Ask Captain McLean of the sloop "AgneP to bring you a sack of the ,"'
.r. 49 North Ninth Street, basis, renders it imperative that the I price .
TeTltuw be the very lowest one that can be given.
ville.. and IndlanRlrcr.CABEYIXG 22 ly Philadelphia, Pa. We are pledged to this. We always have I PLOW BRAND. .. a '4

THE U.. S. MAIL. done it, and will always will do it. It's . .
: "', '.t Valuable e Property our creed and our practice. No other piano ..
", 2ONE JNO. ANDERSON, of Ormond.Agent for East and South.Florida.. -
2 and organ house deals on this princi- ,.
For.Sale '
trip DAILY between the ST. ? ple. .' 'f.
.Jon cs and IKDIAX flm ns.Leaves'EnterprIse Thirty acres of land in the City Point Our prices in plain figures are placedon TCOLLINS&C0 HAR FORD
every instrument. A child can buy as : :
Hammock. Splendid new galvanized
: .
EVEBT Morning arriving low as the sharpest trader. All 'other .
? 'aH Tttnsyiaelthe'SAME day. Wire Fence around twelve acres. Five houses have "High prices and give,..dis Established.. 1826.'t t !
'. .
f. Hundred young and healthy Orange trees counts. ,.. .\ \
,- _Returning I Forty bearing trees, Beautiful, Eivcr: 1 The "One Price*' system saves'time in .f t 1
trading and is the only satisfactory''wayto .1L.
4 fltdsvilldEvYar p1'qrnin T arriv, Front. Six acres as fine cane and banana buyer and seller;for on the high price ,r ':::1 .11.-. .'1 o.

ing,.at Enterprise. "In the. eve'ningi -, land as there js inhe'! state. Adjoiningthe and discount system, even. thpugh, the ., I ,.. ', l'. '. ",. ." .
AdtesaJ.:. .X.. kt.j.k ,4j c\ land of the Hon. Win. H. Sharpe. customer buys, be is not sure that helm ." 1 ':ojf
bottom prices. 'i J
W. Here isa good opportunity one .. .
S. Norwood any 1. : r
I Advice Piano and Organ Buyers. "
doeiring to make.a.good investment, as .
:.....tL8u TIT..}'ILLB.. -"-gmoAJC.J Buy quick. Why? Because advancein 11 I t.'j 4
: the pJuc.mut b$:.so1d, Titles.jgerfcct. price is almost certain-Pianos lull organs 'J ..J S1J ',', .... a SeL .If..
1 :..x rmi". Parties intending to purchase can make are ou a boom. The demand exceeds "' : / I 1

C.. J. HECTOR; enquiries of Dr. G. W. Holmes or Hon. the supply. All the factories 'arebehind' ... . ;;;; : "',::
.ff HI :- ): a'I"( I orders: Dealers' with cash :in .' ,.
!. W. H. Sharpe. For.terms and further .... ,
9 hand cannot get instruments as fast,3s .. ..0IA ... .'. JUI! ..r.......
w& 4 particulars address A. P.. ,Perham. Quit- wanted. Prices of material and labor.nre .t 'r. ._ ,.. {.!,_ '' t"J.J "'if-
man Gar or E. C. Perham City Point Fla. advancing. The present low prices of Pi: MANUFACTURERSOPv
.. ,.r ,. .... aaos and Organs cannot continue and ml] ,_
e'7 '- "u or confer with Captain Peter Wright toi rule in the ..j.t.n
not again 119x1 ten years Those ; I ,
: IirFQD.UC; e: the fast railing.sloop "Mist" who will who buy I now will save-'money. "large: '.Ax..e"s.-i. Hatchets" Picks:..
-J .. carry parties see the property. contracts just made .with 'Manufacturers ..'L : .... <
.. ;. -e i.4jym4 .ic L' will enable us to guarantee present prices 1 SAND ,
:; -. MERCHANT,. irk > until January 1st 1SS2. After that we OTHER'i EXTRA QUALITY _
promise nothing. Delays are danger-
9lere w. '4 .: ..i: .a...Plorida, JII can OtiS. Magnificent stock now on hand. TOOLS FOR FAEMS AND PLANTATIONS.. ,
wgtmiiovtmb.zau 1s30._ ,n _. e. J. ZELLERS Seven Grand Makers. Over 200 different '

:...* ._.;I .. ... .. ., a. styles now iu our_ warerooms. Elegant Also, FINE STEEL AND .CHEAPER1 PLOWS
\ ship Oysters, to order by steamerto .
Pianos $200. Beautiful Organs $50
Of all sizes $30'Also:
I and prices from 95 to PlowiBgMachln"M. :
;. .
; all points on the Indian and'StiToliu'sRivers Easiest installment Terms. Sent on trial. *fc rfiFarmers"v1ireceive
;'- A !' in shell > Every inducement that any responsible valuable information. ;'catalogue*,.Ac.,, ,: t
or gallon. --
House can offer.. Competition with the by writing to the makers.'u ii .ir, '- r. "

" None.but bedded Oysters in large ,or world. D' n.t fail to send for our Catalogues COLLINS. CO.,.212 Water"'St.VNewYork.'* "
iI 4 small orders. ". and fall Price Lists, 1SS2..Address ..'
Y7ie:17t. kvsr'd'j 97i4 _' _; Will also.ship Turtle? to order. Ludden t Bates' .Soutlieni Music House ., d- La.bJJ.I "visaalT::fr7.-... .a dpCM '-":,iiRota. :
: ; I ,; 'E.H'"E.'N"S' .aDd(ytW I'owden 1011 Len mworthNI -
hd'FAItMERS' lv 'K" 'L'A' Y .
... .S0NS For particulars auldres' i ShuWao'.OIDdltiol1
:gl _1admtrees & ,further : .. -3"1 SAVANNAH, GA. +r1'he ,,1. ', .r.b"( -ry aDd tmmly
:- W111:1 !JIf'n 6 r I'owd..
; : '
; J." Zellers, 1 Gfflzi. 'holuale Piano t Organ Depot T nabU.. Yoh la tr OD unlI wt11 m ...MUT Uk.Bb rld.a.OoodiUaiiPwwiw.D.M.UcMpo.GtUl
%l HcCCRDY tt)0.':Pt forgarttcida>fladslplila :: tf 26 St. Lucie, Fla. of the South. to 1 pint tood.sold mrrwbus, ,.or ofat fcy null for 8 I.U. UIBP L&ioma a Ccx,Bowwi.lU. **

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p'J.About-" 'Women.: : Of bourse, the .best'thing is when talk Yen may not appreciate your labors, In a Russian Prison "And I'll want to lay; ou '. :
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: *, r> _-..i jai iiv does -not-dreary when two people are nor,rewardyoufor.your, toil, of the-* and. middletiers 000 in improvements, I.,

.i V 6om': thlnc' that_n._,wilt.._ interest,,.I.iI ''an d BO unified in taste that whatever. ter may rest assured that labor .faithfully In the are:;cells'put the least upper compromised, : "Yes, fully that. ,.: '
V .' '1lemljposibleiiecretbt: .. two ests the One is of 'equal interest' to the performed, with an'ye to the, divine criminAl All the cells are of the same "And I can invest anothert, ty t\

*, married people ahould be thoee which other, but'thiS' cannot always be' the glory,' shall not fail. of its reward. If feet broad and blooded stock ?" -f\. .
size-ten feet long, seven .r....
,are-.1cJett to either one of them by case, even in a happy marriage; and is it is not rewarded here, it will be here, The doors haye.eachtwo' "I think you can." """"

otiben."'':While some people, who call it not better ;worth while to take the after. Then be patient ; labor ondo' twelve feet high. enough for the "And $;!"JOOO more in ;;:.
openings--one large
_' : themnhpeB worldly:wise, will laugh at small trouble of paying courteous at your duty, and leave:\the result with daily food and drink tote put in,through up, creating fish ponds, &pd Ik)"

the Idea of such perfect confidence, as tention to the one who. depends on you God., smaller size to serve "Well, you may get !>
it and the other of ,
this Implies, others still,:especially theln'ly for his dally happiness,than even to bestow There are two sides to a question, for the jailors. The doors that sum." !..
as Jiole
married, who bare but small this courtesy on the acquintance, but, where our feelings are concerned, are also each fastened with two pad "That's $40,000 ; and now letye

worldly :experience, will be shocked whom it is a transient pleasure to we are apt to look at but one, and that locks-the key of one being in ahjailer's the income." J. f'

that--I should suggest the, keeping of please ?Louise Chandler Moulten, t'n the one that justifies us. We forget while that of the other "Oh, you don't need 1-i;

any kind of secret by either wife or Our Continent. that others have also a right to their remains custody,in charge, of the commandamt paper," said the victim, II a ':'

husband' from the other.. I am not l Scraps. opinions, and they view the matter ian of the fortress. The dish from which of sorrow darkened his face/ y :

prepared, to smy that these last are not entirely different light. It is well to is througbgroon's income will be about $3 for'S
eats pushed
the wiser of the two. Only, in that A three year old little girl at Rochester consider both sides before deciding prisoner $2 for potatoes, $5 05 $8
of iron which
cut in
ease*:when any confidence is profferedto N., Y., was taught to close her what is right. projects from the a plate interior of the door, and a bull calf or two at.$3 a he d.'

either husband wife, the recipientof evening prayer, during the temporary They say that I am growing old, because at the height of about four feet from save time, call it $25. I'U.., -

it ,,should make,his or her position: absence of her father, with, "and please my hair is silvered, and there arecrows' the floor. The dish cannot therefore again in a day or two. Maybe'1C?
clearly understood. watch over my papa." It sounded very gotten something which will ?
feet on forehead and add
my my be removed by the prisoner who must ,
Possibly there is certain hard sweet, but the mother's amusementmay lar more. Good
step is not so firm and elastic as before. take his food standing against the door. morning to yo',i
toward'I old friends in requiring them be imagined when she added, -- '*$
But mistaken. That is not t
they are
-and this with which is attached
"And better a spoon i -
either to with you'd keep an on
dispense the sympathy eye Home
The brow is
me. wrinkled, but the to the The drinking Economies ttiu
mamma too I" plate. 1 I
we hare been wont to give them, or else
brow is
not This is the -
to 'submit their weakness and trial to A Boston type-maker, who occasion live in. But lam me. th Ian water is put into a sort of jug hinged to..I FRUIT PUDDIXG.-Three fiYmilk
young. younger the door. When the prisoner wishes a1
the 'eold judgment, the cynical consideration ally dumps old type into his melting I ever was before. eight Boston crackers split! ai
drink he must down his knees
'of a man or a' woman who : kettle, has several times been scared get ,upon I buttered, six eggs beaten Si
THE LABOR OF LOVE.-A century and turn the vessel its light
hinges or .
has for them no tender toleration born half out of his wits by violent explosions upon cups of sugar, one teaspoontol '
ago, in the north of Europe, stood an pivots. Food is supplied at eleven of
of laving intimacy. Yet it would be in the molten fluid, and now, after investigation quarter of a nutmeg grated half
old cathedral one of the arches of a _
upon o'clock in the morning and six in the
better to refuse to listen
to anotherconfidence
ever into the cause thereof, he spoonful of cinnamon '
which was a sculptured face of won evening and ordinarily consists of one pound l while the world stands than requests the printers of New Englandnot stoned raisins, quarter of
drous beauty. It was long hidden a ,'P unQ
until oatmeal gruel and a quarter of a kilo:
to receive a secret to keep when its to
custody buy any more pistol cartridgesinto currants. Boil the milk
one day the sun's apd then itf
would be a wound to one whose their old type.A light striking gram of meat ; besides this there is a sugar, eggs and
through a slated window revealed its flavoring. Huferi
daily allowance of a kilogram of rye
happiness should be
our first object. celebrated vocalist, whose demeanor matchless features. And ever after, bread. deep pudding dish, put in a layer i'
L Some I
some are
and acting were as awkward and un by the days when fora crackers and moisten with a little rf
large-minded and r year, upon The prisoner's bed consists of a plank
enough' free'enough
gainly as his voice was beautiful said I the custard. Then add a
brief hour it was thus illumined layer of fttf i ,
from six by three with a straw mattress .
jealously not to be troubled by the ,
one day to Charles and do this till
Bannister : "Do crowds came and Availed eagerly to all is in ther knowledge that a confidence has been a sheet so strong and coarse that
you know what made voice so mel Pour over the rest of the
catch but of custaid'ii
a that face.
glimpse It
it is impossible to tear it and i
bestowed in which they cannot share, a ..
odious? "No bake in '
replied Bannister. a slow oven. Brown
had .f.
and then there be harm in such a strange history. When the ca covering of felt-all of which articlesare
can no
confidence. "Why, then, when I was fifteen, I swallowed 'thedral was being built, an old man, taken away during the day. The last, and eat hot with or without u ct

by accident some train oil." broken with the weight of years andcare dress consists of TRIPE CURRY.-Boil two pounds'4'
But no personal secret can fitly belongto "I don't think a gray woolen jacket <(
one only of the two people of whom "it would rejoined Bannister, came and besought the architectto quite short and tight-fitting ;short pantaloons tripe and cut it into strips; peel twit '
done you any harm if, let him work upon it. Out of pity large onions and cut them into
of the aqttat
love and law have made one flesh. The at the same color, and long fee : ,
very ideal of marriage had been realized dancing same master."you had swallowed a for his age, but fearful lest his failing boots. For women the jacket is supplied pieces, and put the onions,into.a..tar

by that old judge, who had knelt for so sight and trembling touch might mar and a gray shirt added. The pan with three tablespoonful of lam,

many to say a last prayer at night "Why, Franky, I never knew you some fair design, the master set him prisoners must get up at six o'clock and Let it stew till brown, stirring' tdli I(

beside ,his wife, and when at last she before" to ask for preserves a second to work in the shadows of the vaulted go to bed again at eight. It has mixing a tablespoonful of' cuny pow;.

had left him, his lips were dumb and time. Franky didn't say much, but roof. One day they found the old man ascertained, by means of the sec ret der. Now add one pint of mflk'at

without her he could not, even open his his little brother Tommy, who was innocent asleep in death, the tools of his craftlaid observations which are constantly takenthrough the cutup tripe. Let all stew ova

heart to God. of the ways of bad boys, spokeup in order beside him, the cunning O:f the peepholes, that, as a gene hour, skimming it well. Serve ,hi.a

One frequent cause of trouble in married with a guileless smile on his pure, his right hand gone, his face upturnedto ral rule, the prisoners, spend their long deep dish with boiled rice also to ek
little face, and said : "That's because this marvelous face which he had with it. An East
life is a want of openness in business hours from their rising until their India currypowiris

matters. A husband marries a Franky lost the key he made to openthe wrought-the face of one whom he had breakfast in pacing to and fro in their made thus : Pound very fine-in'i

pretty, thoughtless girl, who has been pantry. That's why he never used loved and lost in early manhood. Andwhen cells ; after this they are wont to remain mortar six ounces of corianderthreefourths tetL,

used to taking no more' thought as' to to want much' preserves at the suppertable. the artists and sculptors and quiet for an hour or so, only to of an ounce of cayea*,

how she should be clothed than the lilies lIe used to get all he wanted workmen from all parts of the cathedral give way next to an excess of desolate one and one-half ounces of foenujrM

t of the field. He begins by not liking to before supper, but now he can't open came and looked upon that face despair which their pitiable situation seed,one ounce cummium seed aalthiei

refuse any of her requests. 'He will not the pantry." After Franky's father they said : "This is the grandest work may well inspire. ounces of tumeric. These artickf 'ca

tihint had administered the proper corrective, of all love wrought this I" In the be
so long as he can help it, at care in A Medical brought at a druggist's.: Found .e.-
and the stricken youth left alone in cathedral Opinion of the Electric '
was great of the
trifling expenseS-he does not' like to ages-the temple Light. sift through fine muslin; spread OB a
associate himself in her mind with disappointments the shed to repent of his crime, Tommy being builded for an habitation of God dish and dry before the fire for thm

i and self-denial. And she, remarked to himself, as he sat down to we shall learn some time that loye'8 Before the electric light becomes, as hours, stirring frequently. Keep thi

who would have been willing enough, study his Sunday school lesson : "I work is the grandest of all. it must soon become, the common illu- in a bottle with a glass stopper.,

t in the sweet eagerness to please her expect poor Franky is sorry he didn't minating agent of .the period, says the

girlish love, to give up any whims or give me some of them preserves when I Lancet, a determined effort should be FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT. -'B
asked him for them. He will made to fruit is refreshing and wholesome '
know devise ;
some mode of
fancies of her own whatever, falls into How to Spoil a Husband. mitiga-
better the pecially for bilious Ifr
next time. ting its peculiarly unpleasant a temperament
habits of careless extravagance, and intensity.
i feels herself injured when, at last,a remonstrance Convicts at Dartmoor Prison, in Henpeck him. The vibratile impulse of the electric flavor is sub-acid, but its juicy pulp ii

( comes. How much wiser England, make skeleton keys out of the Snarl at him. force is obviously stronger than the inclosed in a tough white membrane,of

would have been perfect openness in bones of their meat. Nothing could be Find fault with him. delicate terminal elements of the optic intensely bitter taste; when this' m .-

the beginning. more appropriate. Their escape by this Keep an untidy house. nerve in the retina can bear without brane is removed the fruit is ddicioa .

"We have just so'much money to means reminds us-of one of those skele- Humor him half to death. injury. We are wont to apply the adjectives It has become the fashion to use it at'
ton leaves. "hard" salad. The fruit is placed on the taHr
j and "soft"
spend this summer. Now, shall we ar Boss him out of his boots. to light,
I range matters thus or thus?" was a To get up a dinner of great variety, Always have the last word. and their significance makes them peculiarly whole (one is enough for a party oifter:

question I heard a very young husband cooks should be allowed a wide range. Be extra cross on wash-day 1 appropriate. The electric light is or six), cut in quarters and serve,tn**

i ask his still bride Men too hard ; it needs to"be softened. two?. When not used as a" salad, cot,
younger not long ago; who have money loan take Quarrel with him over trifles. The
and all the womanhood in her answeredto the greatest possible interest in their Never have meals ready in time. waves of motion are too short, and the the skin in sections and peel it off; VPP.

this demand upon it, and her help atplanning business. Run bills without his knowledge. outstroke-so to say-joins the instroke arate the sections as you wou1d'tJl I rf ian
at too acute orange, and holding each one>ty' :
and angle. This
{ counseling proved not a A gentleman had his picture taken Vow vengeance on all his relations. might

thing to be despised, 'though hithertoshe recently; cost him $:1 00( and still he is .I Let him sew the buttons on his.. doubtless be obviated by employing the ends, break it open from theoen&r';"

4, had ''fed'upon the roses and lain not happy. A fellow took it out of the shirts. suitable material for globes, and shades, disclosing the pulp; tear this out of,tat

L among the lilies of life." 'I am not hall when the latch was up. Pay no attention to household ex but perhaps the best plan would be to bitter' white. membrane which. coats

speaking of marriages that are no marriages The penses. breakup and scatter the rays of light the sections, carefully removing:evej

{ y where Venus has wedded Vul reason that aesthetics so admire Give as much as he by reflection. If a small convex re- part of it; keep the pulp as unbroka
the is can earn in '
story that he can stand for hours a I
can-because Vulcan prospered at his. month for anew bonnet flector were placed immediately below as possible and put it into ,a ,deep .dub
on one leg and look
I. but' I as though he didn'tknow the light in the with a plentiful of fine WEittsugar.
forge- marriages where two true anything and didn't Tell him as plainly as possible that protecting globe, and sprinkling ,
; hearts have set ,out together, for want. to. you married him fora living. one of larger dimensions above it, Let it stand three or four boos
love's sake It is an undeniable fact that nearly so as to secure double or over night and then the fruit
to learn the lessons of life Raise a rpw if he dares to bow pleasantly a reflection with use
> and-live together till death'' shall all centenarians are poor and have been ultimate divergence downward '
part to an old lady friend. and out- OUR REcIPE FOR MAXIMO SATJB-
4 them. And one of the first lessons poor all their lives. If you wish to live ward, the effect would
for Provide any sort of pick-up meals for be to cause the KRAUT.-The best we ever ate,w
, i them to learn is to trust each other en to a good old age, young men, never him when don't "rays" of light to fall obliquely on all made
advertise. you expect strangers. ourselves for many years, and:ft*
!t- tirely. The most frivolous girl of all objects within the immediate
Get everything the woman next door area of a considerable time with our own hand/

L". "The rosebud garden of girls," if she gets whether you can afford it or.not. illumination. This would, perhaps, and always from Savoy cabbage., It

/ truly loves, acquires something of Pious Reflections. Tell him the children inherit all their obviate the need of colored glasses! was manufactured in this wise; In.the

I womanliness from her love,and is ready mean traits of character from his side which the promoters of the electric, first place let "stand boUSal
: to plan and help make her small sacrifices of the family. light seem to dislike. Certainly there from your .
"Bear a half barrel to barrel be Ux*-
for the general good. Try her yeoneanother's burdens, was Let it out sometimes! is a considerable sacrifice of ,
c when power in tab
and you will sea the solemn admonition of Him who sublimely you are the use of the oughly: scalded.out; the cutter, Uw
vexed opaline
., bore the burdens of that you wished you had married globe-so much and the stamper also well scalded. P'
'But if the entire indeed that
yon fail to tell her just how some other fellow that some of the districts
} world. you used to go lighted off all the outer leaves of the ,embbift
k., much you haand, just what portion with. by electricity displayed through this

I iE of it can be properly spent, and what Preserve jour conscience always soft Give him to understand medium do not present obvious halve them, remove the heart and pro;
as soon any ceed efcu
as with
t portion should be saved for the nest- and sensitive. If but one sin force possible after the honeymoon- : superiority over gas. Something cutting. Lay
must leaves
.:" in which her interest is not less than its way into that tender part of the is well enough for be done, for, as it is, the electric at the bottom of the
lovers '
spooney light sprinkle with handful salt nfl i u
your own; then you cannot justly blame soul and dwell easy there, the .road is but that for married folks'it is is 'trying to the eyes," which means half ,istan

: paved for a thousand iniquities.Our silly.-Christian Advocate. very that it is .in danger of a bushel of cut'cabbage,
injuring,, them
gently until the juice makea.ib'
lives should be like and, already, there is
days, ..._ reason to believe d
Pearance handful
Ii There are thousands of little courtesies more beautiful in the evening, or like mischief has been wrought by its add another *
use. salt and until .111;,
also that should not be lost the A good old Quaker For true comfort so on the stand ta.
sight spring, aglow with promise, and j lady, after listen- there is nothing like Cover
i' of in the cruel candor of marriage.'-The like autumn, rich with golden sheaves ng to the extravagant yarn of a personas the light given by the old-fashioned over with cabbage leaves ,platt

,secret of a great social success is to when good words and, deed shave long as her patience would allow pure wax candle. on top a clean "hnsuA fitting the II*'

:: wound no one's self-love. The samesecret ripened on the.field. said to him : "Friend, what a pity it's The -- .- pretty well, and on top of that a" "

will go far toward making marriage "Let love be without dissimulation." a sin to lie, when it seems so necessary Real Profit Overlooked. weighing twelve or fifteenStand p
to thy happiness I" away in a cool place, and !**
happy. Many a woman who Let your profession of it be sincere andnot A Baltimore man who bought hard remove I
i would consider it an unpardonable rudeness l. farm him a freezing comes on i'stef
hypocritical. Do two
not mask or three
wear a cellar
years It ,
. ; ago was re- will be ready for use
not to listen with air of interest
: an pretending to be one thing, while you "Do not put articles which have held cently approached by a friend who had four to six weeks. The cabbage#>?&

'.. to what a mere acquaintance is saying, are another. "Love not :in word, milk water," says domestic some money to invest, and who asked be cut'tolerably TheSi 1?

will have no less/scruple in Owing'l j neither'in tongue, but in deed and receipt. Is this an admonition not to "Can I buy a pretty fair : coarse it sonly
variety wt
husband I .' farm for makes the best article,
,' her that .bis,talk intruth.- : drop the baby into the wash boiler ? $15.000?" ;
'"Yes about half as productive. as the, dr1IJt'
that figure." head '
;f t and flat Dutch.

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-: Legal DedtfoWSTBBETB 't. i'.in.the conduct'of suits,and ious young miss.' : : .I .
A ARecent:
't' .:.- '. j' I the, client to fair dealing earthly use is a
Txics-DAIc assistance to any a t mpt 'to, jny.dear?". "It is of of' the
t ;-RAILWAY of one fits >i pays all, pa, dear.' It is for ; e con
f vantage
=The owner officers
:':_ : AGE TO IiOZ.ORNies. t ; ent. : of
RAlioa' I want it,
'which LIG pa.
jots on:p street In Denver, upon rim ROAD-YA.'ID have would have refused to in
f.';" to'had erected a hotel and'dwellingbooses said who ambitions of that a
. sued the Union Pacific RailroadCompany'to OF had .
:I recover danages'for..theInjury' I Haight :was made at a ?
the Supreme Court of one but thyself," be an
to'his property;by the laying may the work
,':'t- 'track in the strtot.1 This TO track wasput' 1 summer, quashing the l "-and proverb-but it's .
.' orders to show cause why a some of acquaintance on some
feet from the pavement
down 18$ of the
. and above the.:level of the"street'sowagons mandamus should not greedy -
: 'could not*freely pass to and certain railroad companies ..t-coat, so Danger of Using
: .; from the'houses: The company set up and deliver promptly all his for the the
, that the track had been and other property as is to to raise
as its defense easy necessary a been al-
" laid by virtue of an ordinance which to or received by them for !,(", .- a most mischievous
granted it
;Jt 'eet.' The plaintiff recovered a j The suit was that of the fellow ) done harm, to the wisely
ment for 11850 in this case \ dg-1 the relation of the \ of in small doses is :

-vs. Union Pacific Railroad against the New. York near ." It is not to mark
,. in'tl&;United States Circuit Court for Hudson River Railroad C \ the danger women will by the
Colorado. Judge Hallett, in the opin- I the New York,Lake Erie crusty or improve their" work-
" The right and interest of.l' Railroad Company. woman, device
ion, said: ; te be ingenious submit a
the plaintiff in the street in front of his alleged that these roads a drug can be hit is .as fol-
property is secured to him by section 15 delayed and sometimes, are the authors of
of the Bill of rights of the State Consti- refused to receive and to prescription of" given to
'tution, which! declares 'tliat private and to, they \ have adopted. instead of
property shall not be taken or damagedfor great loss to the people of way to the fact that for trans-
public'or private use without which there was no ; a row and sanitarians
It has been said damages; and that the of
just compensation. to discover means of composed
that property.. cannot, be' taken within merce of the city of \ i arsenical salts from shall
the meaning of that It provision except by greatly injured 'by this on a of wall papers and .
of the land itself but railways. The ground ? '
,appropreation used for certain be
is to the defendants relied on '.
no such limitation applicable e &.
-clause relating to damages. The beneficial quash was that they were : but we most unfortunate that Japan-
.use of plaintfff'sestate embraces the ceive, load and discharge discover antagonistic in voting.
. ; 'right of ingress- and egress, which can- ciently, because they were to improve the to en-
not be withdrawn,or obstructed without employ.unskilled men, as have found its way whole
lately pt'
substantial damage to it. The use of handlers had refused to The I who employ the drug as
'. street is therefore a right of prop- pay of 17 cents'an hour,
the are either that it is
which if is not taken,' cents an hour, which sum A many .
erty in plaintiff, contemplating the rash were
is certainly 'damaged,' within the to pay. On the hearing, -the : at their peril. So far such ac
t of the Constitution, by the act objection of the counsel ) .
meaning however, \\1UOO and
in building its road the defendants. were An old (;
of defendant men to warn the grati-
. through that street." and close the.argument. really pernicious practice,'
.:" An appeal was taken to for he
PATENT-ARTICLE NOT MARKED- Term of the Supreme >r. to be carried on .

VERBAL NOTICE.-A compound which.. versed the decision of It Is said : without reason that
bad I been patented, but upon which every part. Judge Davis, more pointedly, and urge de-
there was no notice of that fact, was ion, said : "The question on the on the qui tire in .manner.

prepared by'another person, and the shown in the papers of wit.Sonelody. cases. divorce on
patentee sued for an infringement. Can railroad corporations : Blood-Stanching ,appealed,
The defendant relied upon the absence glect to perform their him from
of the patent-mark as his defense. On upon a controversy with says !< the French toI1 ex
the trial of the case-New York Phar- over the cost and General Martroy was the really
mical Association vs. Tilden. in the them ? We think this face native that a plant non-
United States Circuit Court, S. D., of of but one answer; the A l,<\ which was largely ."both
New York-the complainant was al- no validity; the duties surgery of the : classes,
lowed to prove that verbal notice of the be discharged at need be the General to lay common,
issuing of the patent was given to the cannot l>e laid down, or the for use in the French in them.", ,
defendant, who continued thereafter to suspended>> without the -;:.IIH:1 What Is .aa.'f by the name of "the Jf"r entertained ,;)
make, use and sell the compound. consent! of the State. : "-the exact native hour for -; w

Judge Wallace, in giving the com- every essential quality ) ? One i '>n placed on record. among
plainant, a decree said : The statute, created for public use, but other is the property, when ex- ..
Section 4900 United States Revised be owned, controlled1 and chewed or crushed, of policeman
It wash arresting the flow of ." The
Statutes, declares that no damages can private l>erson. But
be recovered: in a suit for the infringement the railroads of the of a General : defaming
of a patented article when the not lawfully exist. the some specimens of u duty, but
.' ; and cultivated it in "The
stamp is"'fnot on it, except upon proof depended upon the ,
that notice of the infringement was of eminent domain which The man where it has officer was
given, and there was a continued mak- State in its corporate )" ever since, blossoms the expres-
ing, using and vending of the article.It and cannot lie conferred produces a sort of For,
has never been decided in any reported public use. The ull > its transplantation to duty of the
case brought to my attention, ing its charter takes "I had not robbed it of the the win
whether the notice'contemplated by the imposed by it; it ," said it was originally back door,
statute is a written notice, or whethera of the State to perform the bull introducer. Its ''. no other
verbal notice is sufficient. This which might otherwise and the ; name is ,'ade, of the pub-
,statute requires proof that the defendant public officers, as is the it is quite the defama-.
contin- One or the : plant, and
was duly notified, and then ; gard to other public
,ued infringe, and therein differs from fact that individuals may or shut by any beauty .
Statues which have been the subject of remedies for the dama Imi*>rtant in its flowers, it fully ." 4.

judicial construction upon the methodof does not deprive the .' NirUil that i may trust our sawed oft,
notice. Not only does it not require, a mandamus. The right o\'t.'n'tl : cultivated on Mr. Don-
in. terms, 'notice to be given,' but it to compel the l)(' ol1n.'lll( A bad !< value. The at the house
does not relate to a notice in the courseof necessary to bring a (' ." is now the lower
therefore the Its effect in
legal proceedings; as condition of readiness out in the
.ufficieak notice prescribed includes a functions is not shot is said to surpass all :
specification of the time when the strangely illogical to A marine '. to this purpose, and the piece
patent was granted, it is reasonable to State is powerless to of to be procured cheaply _
conclude that any notice, verbal or of the acts for which very ('xpt> ){' have been av course,"
written, which includes tins information was created. The : ; .' >; and theetc
will '* city, advises its regular
be sufficient.
tion was a novel pnx't> .'." ?" i
is taken the medical use.
tion by
or ATTORNEY-CONDITIONAL writs of process, not in If you Coming--- into- across it ,;_
cations to obtain them, -
TESS ATTORNEY'S LIEN.:-A motion )" it the pigs out,
Was made for a substitution of. solicitors the Attorney GeneraUo .; wig-maker talked me matched
the argument, he 1x>
)IH.the case of Wilkinson vsl: Tilden, In '('!)tion other day. It was
; party, is not to be he said for size "
the United States Circuit Court, Southern Notable ,.
District .of New York, and it was Itfcord. --- sign Wigs are not
resisted on' the ground that the solicitorof It was election time, "A cup of or because even I-yer thicker
record had'made disbursements in oheard so much talk Wiry this but to save trouble ; the chair

.the T suit and.that b ..his fees. were to'r bePaid were running for office. coffee against accident. edge of":-the
to him only'upon: the ,conditiontliat mother, noticing him "I pass,. has straight hair is
he succeeded. Judge Wallace, inn place to another, asked, l tion : ( ) as far as head goes. sill,., ?" asked
granting the motion; attached to it'the playing now, Glynu ? : Now, her hair and paste
fclWingconditpons :,First. That the lOh, I am not playing Soph ( and puffs around o' ye,"
.-..:disbursements should be paid. Second. ning for office." make ( down the sides of her .' only the
-. .That.. .the lien for.fees"should -be pres- before the great care and the
after a time. barrel that
. *Pr6d and the proper compensation paid: Experiments A '
.' .put lot any successful result. He saidgeneral Europe, with view tl : is not inclined to curl \n't make it.
; method of >' "Why. and job, and I'll
ctbe right of a client to liest l'n: crimping pins >>
,jJd at his election is u h'er- show that manure sure out at an that under-
ht: lip; recognized by'the authorities.' late under cattle three do it in The wig-maker, the meas
, --Ti 1M' right is indispensable in vjew ofthe in specially constructed can"I to the rescue of i makin
,delicate'and confidential'relations found in every case, as that fools as to have can ye cut me
. _which exist between attorney and client that of ordinary wigs that may be ye leather-
: and the peril to the client's' interestsengendered more workable days. of the head, between I or will I go

;: by friction: and distrust. salts were better I I The ; "forehead and the I has halt
' Bat application must be made to the ingredients were I dear, you is crimped and i *
Court for an order to preserve regularity proportions. want that .

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MlMlatare Almanac. rBOXBTJTERSL .. "
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1 *:: The wind from'the SW. ASTATULA \'L.I' ATCB, !

:; ;to .The thermometer stands at 66 at 9 a. m. -rl'
1 Moon today L-ot m. ., DEALER IX *: 'f
:. quarters po Wfll l LeaveEvery .
Barometer indicates Fair. .... "
t Bon rise at, 6:10 and eets at 6:08. EA LT LAKE Florida. GROCERIES: ,,

.Moon seta! .at. ... &.23 a. m. -
' .
"" : Sanford Fla. : ;
.. at 10 a. m. connecting at DRY
number of arrived GOODS w
:' large passengers ,
: 3 Sanford and I! h .

yesterday--A'large on quantity the steamer of sweet Astatula.and sour TemperanceIs with daily steamers for !i w.Florida. Hardware and Ucssral M ltnan : l'

> eed1ing"can be obtained of James Pritchard JACKSONVILLE.Returning CITY POINT.March FLORlD
-II : '
,i I : !*. 4w tt :
.,:.. of this place.'JIae' :\ --
not signing a pledgeor -.0-
,. Ibis the aniTal --" THE TROPICAL
steamer is awaiting HOUSE
solemn oath that
taking a Leaves J .
of an engineer before running on. her cannot be kept, because of -at llotkledge, Indian River, Florid.

-regular trips down the.r 1' r. the non-removal of the cause Sanford and ; S. Ryder, Owner & 1'roprJeUr.

-Captain Burnham, of Canaveral wasin Iv Every Tuesday and Friday at 9 a.
-liquor. i P LI G. This House i-* 'cntraUyJorat
t town on Monday and stated that the man temperate is to kill Cabin fare to Sanford Enterprise, BO J
., ledge,in the far-famed Indian River
Cinderella had passed Cape Canaveral. the desire for those dreadful Meals: and state room included, $}.; Florida. .
of Florida, and po e esaiitte
,.jMrs.A...Parkinson,of this place, haa artificial stimulants that car fare, $i J. II. SMITH advantagei'of
Climate, Health and Plea.
,been dangerously ill during the past ry so many bright intellects Feb 1 : er.EWSPAPEB. newly developed regioacf South ure/o FlfeiC|,tis"

week, and a present is but little better. to premature graves, and
Take steamer from Sanford
for la i'
We are indebted to T. F. Bell desolation, strife and unhappiness -
Capt. Poin ett,called Kockletlge Landing thr.1.
for .a bushel of very fine oysters, a boatload .. into so manyjalis. Subscription, -t ency. Florida. mile carriage riding. Direct conneetiow;

u of which he brought from the Inlet ,- .. The undersigned haying opened a from the House made with steamers.

't last week. Itisafact! I'.aowa'shtoN Rates, $2.50 per day.wndc .

Notice change in advertisement LITTERS,a true nonalcoholic NEWSPAPER SUBSCPJPTION Large. .trrallJt'mrn/.1 by the lVeekerJlvntlPIONEERCOOPERAGE.\'

-of the "Sloop Agnes" in another column. tonic made in Baltimore, Will be pleased to receive \); .entrusted
Dld.bythe Brown Chemical
Captain McLean is in town now with the who old to I
Company, are druggist any .

aloop. and in will every particular Periodical or Newspaper publi-hed. I Florida. Syrup Barrels $2. 5.
reliable ,Ly removing -
-'Ve. received short call from Mr.
,"' the of ---oSave -
mving appetite Gauged to order, -ten cents
: extra.Honey .
Mann, of the Daytona Journal, yesterday tae druiikaid,and by curing time, trouble and expcn-e by :'

evening, on his return from a trip down the nervousness, weakness Barrels, and Oval Water. ,
and general ill health resulting ing to CHAS. H. NAUMAN, f
our river.A Breakers
from t.tmtr r-nce, da
Subscription Agent, *
sociable was held at )tr. and J1rs.Hendry's mote to promote temp" "
residence tree strict et Siij ta.nayolacrme.nay Haulover P. O., Brevard county, flori :l. From : : $2.00 : : era.
new at LaGrange, on
; a*waIt %kovn.. Tanks .
Tuesday evening. Quite a number from .
The Lund House
this place were present. i ir well authenticated -' -- and all kinds of COOPER. WORK to order...''-

-Nice Orange Blossom honey, either lac: that many medicine1 6 T. JOHNSON, '' .<
Corner Main Street & Washington! \ .
extracted or in the comb, can be pur- cspcciiliy'bitters,'are noth- : ) LaGrange, : : .. Florida "'

chasedof Andrew Froscher, at LaGrange. iagbutcheapvhLkcyvilely Tiftmlllc, : .rer) at or La at ---- -
The Florida State Gazetteer," sand
a Will be
Quite an enjoyable time was had by concocted for use in local 6- .
the young people of Lagrange and this option countries. Such is Pleasant Location, Good .

place at a dance at Norwood & Co's, Hall not the case with BROWN'S A cosy home for the BUSINESS DIRECTORY ,

last Thursday evening.We IRON BITTERS. Itisamedi- Containing luzii s and addna,
\ in ;name, e t
.- give this week a partial list of cn;, a cure for wealcncsiund SPORTSMAN, INVALID, AND ISof

the new laws pa ed by the Legislature decoy in the nervous, 1 -/ the-

during the session just closed. This list muscular, and digestive organs S3n-boats In atten ancc..., >5 ,!; Store. Merchant, Professional & Business men,
of the body, producing and the principal farmers: and landowners
will be completed our next.:
A. Deisner
good, rich blood,health S. orange groves and plantation -

-Doctor A. B. Hawley arrived in town and strength. Try one bot- THE SLOOP "AGNES I together with a.
yesterday evening and is stopping the tle. I
Lund House, where all persons having Price $1.00ONLY. commanded by ;\ IMvcr. \\&lfteh of All Cities, Towns and Hlaytf,

dental work to be done, will find him. C.1PT.1INJOIIN McLEAX. And how to reachllicm information.and other valuable"

Makes regular trips on Indian
Syrup boiling $now just at the heightof SUE c.umus.FCLL SCl'rL1OF : Florida. This important work will be issued just '

the season on this river.; 'The cane is as oon as the labor of collectingand

now tasselling and has arrived at matuHty. Groceries,Dry ow.'r. compiling the facts can be accomplished. .

\ .' It now ,furnishes more'saccharine Canned Goods, To the business commu- .

-i-i-'.* juice ihan earlier in the season. S2O. Hats, Boots and Shoes and nity this will be the most valuable book

\ ;jv*: -JIls. Nannie McCrory, of LaGrange, Ladies Shoes in great variety Prints that has yet been pullihedabout .

*' has been experimenting in the mode of new patterns at low prices. Florida. Price, $G. to be sold by subscrip-:

hatching chickens by'mechanical means, tion.
Reafo-mato ClotMni Toilet '
and has succeeded in hatching a large : IT. Rnt&for Advertisings

number of eggs in a fruit dryer. MITIOAS. 1 Page with book:.:GO. 1.Page with book$30
'. 5QFor the cash oulr..! i .. ige.
-Our Cdflnty ClerK A. A. Stewart
(LXir March li,M cm. # *Sgentswantetl in every county, to
L informs that
a stylographicpenltelong-
r NOTICE. whom liberal terms will be offered.- 1
ingto him was carried from his )
away '
The firm of Hatch & McAll-tcr Is
I. office in the Court House last week. The day dis:. hbv mutual consent, A. : month. GUSHING & APPLEYARD, Pubs.,

... return of the same would be thankfully Hutch alone is authorized to settle Florida. 1*. 0. Box 1042.] Jacksonville, Fla.AUUIVALS .

received. sThe accounts of the late firm.A. SL zVECLI\,
L 11.\TClI.J.i' -.lndro of
Thirteenth Anniversary Pic Xic .\ ;; county 1.4'\ve From Enterprise Enterprise to TItno Wednesday llle. and

of the First Sunday school of Indian River, City Point, Fla., March ht 18 3. Friday 3 tu ni. Monday held at the Pic Nic grounds at La- and Arrive at Titusvlllo 9 Slomlay. Wednesday-
FOR Friday nt p. m.
t SALE !
Grange on Saturday the 17th in t. A : AT LAW. Leave Titusville Tuesday Thursday tad
A Row-boat almost nevr with anchor Saturday at 5 n.m.
general invitation is extended to all to I Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursday
1'IlII.ADELI'HIASINGER oars. -alo- and
collections Saturday at p.m.
come, with W' filled basketsWe to.
a Feather IJc-tl (new) and a : of this From Daytona to Titusville.Lonve .
received fchort call from Jlcsers. MACHINE i at Talla- and
a Cook '. Duytona Tuesday Thursday Satnrj.
stoH1)1'1) .day at B in.
H. Noble, of the Washington County Post, EQUAL TO ANY SIXOEU ix TilE .MAUKET. A. L. HATCH, City Point, : -' Arrive at Titiuvllle Thursday Saturday andIon.lnj
: R. Niles Rice, A.RMcNish and Frank The above cut represents the most IJOP- ManhS. 45 3wS. ) Leave nt 10 'and
Titusville Thuriday Saturday
Brownell all of CambridgevX. Y. These ular style for the peoplehich we oflor lt of Monday at i p.m. :y
for the low of RYDER.
you very price 820. Remember Arrive at Daytona Wednesday Saturday and ,
gentlemen hf ve taken a short trip to the we do not ask you to pay until Monday at (J a.m. .
Land of Flowers to escape the last chill- you have seen the machine. After having KOCKLEDGE, From Titusville to Fan Gallic.

:. ing blasts of a Northern winter. Beingall examined it if it is not all we represent Has just rccialilt continues to .- Leave Titusville Tuesday and Friday at
. return it to us at our expense. Consult in stork a full and complete stock of a n.m.
old acquaintances of the STAR we your interests and order at once,or send y Arrive at Eau Gallie Tuesday and Frlday i
Boots & Shoes, Hats <& Caps atGp.iii. t
: were heartily glad to see them. for circulars and testimonials. 1 yr 36 Leave Eau Gallic Wednesday.and Saturdayat
Address ClI.1US.Wood & CO.. r'at'ariety and General K a.m.Arrive.
f -Mr. J.F. Reed, of Delespine Grant, No. 17 X. Tenth St., Philadelphia, Pa. of every description. Ask for at Titusvillc Wednesday and Sata--
met with quite an accident several days March S, 43 Cut; [ day at.p.m.
you may want. One price to all. ,
ago. While making a cast of babbitt
metal in some iron loxes: of a cane I mill, J. C. NORWOOD & CO., Goods of every description a Goods, New Information of Florida.

( the molten metal came in -contact with CONSUMPTION fine 192 pages new matter unto map for 1S32.
line of
s water and the result W'3.San explosion EAIERS IX I
that filled his face with particles of the I An old physician, retired from : S : Send six cents to'R.C.LongTsnahassee:

metal, some of which came near destroy- STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. practice, Imin:* had placed in his | or C. DrcJcksonvi11e: ,Fla.
; ing the sight of his left eye. by[ an last India Missionary the -
...... C'onft'Clionerlc, of a ,to vegetable remedy for I ; Ftr'1a. i
, Botelrrimh.. sheerly I permanent cure of :, I
For the week ending March 14, 1SS3. Fine Tobaccos andCIGARS' tion. Bronchitis, CatnrhithDl : !
TITUS norsc. all Throat and Lung affection al-<

JG Perkins, A Iverson, Miss I-rerson, poloithlOtl radical cure for General lot in I

OrangeCo Fla; Peter Gardner, Jacbon- CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE bility and all nervous complaints, wright i
TilleFla F M Woodall having thoroughly.tested its -I, iT
; wife and son,- won rit isvill -. Wo continua toI
17 B Moore ladyand child City J II LAMPS* FIXTURES, curative powers in thousands of I'I act usolicionfOf: 1
Smith, Sanford FIA; Holley Stcllenwerf, feels it is his duty to make it known L 4 tf patents, caveats

JslipL I;T F Bell;Indian River Fla;
; Cav Norman Merry, NY; :Frank ulars, directions for preparation and The United In Canada.StetCBjandtoofctampMenta England, ""f-w,
Brownell, Boston, Mass; A B McNi-h, and all nC'S.'U'uhiccInd ;, Germany,and aU other countnea.
Henry Noble Cambridge N Y; W 0 Corn for buccess-ful treatment at your TI rt1'.a J'ears'practice. Nfl..
Mills, Flatbush L I; Hll Talcott, Sanford home, will be sent you by return chargo for elimination of models or

Fla; Eugene Elliott, Sanford Fla; J free of charge, by nddrrs.:ing with inpa.atcnls idvica obtained by mail through free. n3 rononccathe .il .-'- v

.. H Harper, E P Borden, Phila. Pa; W Hay, or stamped tdf-addrtncd envelope. ;, SCIENTIFIC AaiElUCAX, Which bM
'.. Pell, NY; E Niles Rice Cambridge N Y Dr.I.. E. Cav3)1 the largest cirenIation,and Is the most in4s-
Chas C Murdock Cincinnati Ohio. York street, Jersey City N" enlist newspaper of its kind pnblwhfdw the;
Oats S'\Iention this world. The advantages of such a notice erery,
LL'ND fio't'SE. Etc.also paper.
I patentee understands!
J H V Hiscock -
Cooper, *t Georgiana List of I cs nerlpapcrigpublished'WEEItLYat13.)5J
F1a; 'Vm Snickclfrcd X Y; Capt Mc. ?|
Lean .sloop Agnes, Ed DeCourty, Port agents for Remaining uncalled for at the : snare admitted to be the best paper devtetto .
Orange Fla; G W Holmes, II S Black, C ville 1' O. Icienee.! mechanlc .inventiOIliJ, :; nee
Jacob Reeds' Sons s o works, and other departments It indns
L Faber,City Point Fla; A Brady, LaGrange PeufiVld, Edward M. 2. Fulton, A progres", published in any countrr:11EiS"k ,

Rudolph F1a DeBoocle; 0 Laney Amsterdam, Titusville Holland Ela;; CLOTHIERS, Simms, Miss Kittle E. Cooke, Rev! copies nail, 10 cents. *if ':

W H :31 Fairbanks Merritu Island Fla; Samples to be seen at store.NOTIONS. Fackler, S. M.. Address American,3Imm 2C1&Broadway Co. pub1i.wrs yew York of Scietttine t'
; M 0 Burnham, 0 Quarterman, Cape Ca- JOHNM.. Dixox, Postm Handbook about patents milled free. .
t. naveral Fla C H Nauman .hon Haul- ,
; a ; Titusville, Fla., February 12, tnrr. '
over Fk; W E Driscoll, T B Donica, AGENTS Wanted S
Bedford Ind; Hubert W Boasev, Wave- DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS "THa stay ""'"." .alu 10-.pok'S Iel. II irASa5ffi&SSt! '.
land F1a; L G Stringfellow_ Florida; A rvp' THRESHERS tl enSn10rdto.fl w_ i I.,i. > ...t'nl = __ .)

I., W Rogers, Carthage 3Io.; H Culler, Gents ClotMni & FnnMim Goods. n 1 street, '

Mount Dora House, Florida. Starch bt"U, aatYrit( >ywlL.atarwrCut't t3oma.) WrtteroPEl:mQ& ,, FLORIDA. CNERSwaNTcvoob( ,

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