The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00040
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 22, 1883
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00040
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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:= 'WAT. ,'THE LEGISLATURE'HAS t JTHE COAST CANAL.In Cheap Postage at Last, and Postal For The Florida Star.Attractions OUR WASHINGTON LETTER;
f. DONE. a recent interview with Messrs. Cor- Notes in Addition. of Indian River. (From our regular correspondent)
HOMB FOB 6ETIXEBS.jn yell and and Dr. Wescott, the projectorsand The new Congress passed a law which Death of Judge Niblack. t WASHINGTON, D. C. Mar. 101883.

i:_, [ act. to enable actual settlers to pro- managers of the Coast Canal, the fol- will be hailed with general satisfaction by I reached this locality of sunny skies A painful impression prevails that :the .

{"II. .core homes.: lowing facts were learned. The dredgeis the people, namely, the reduction of the and balmy air about four weeks since, halcyon days of the dilapidated remini .. .

: Any head of a family, who is a citizen now cutting on the 6th mile and a less rate of postage on letters to two cents. suffering from physical debility and ner- cences of departed military, political,

;- ; and over twenty- ne years of age, may distance remains to be cut before the The United States may now be considered vous prostration, consequent upon late and judicial glory who have made the

purchase eighty acres or less of Internal waters of the Matanzas and Halifax are as standing at the head of the nationsin frequent attacks of chills and fever ; and national capital famous in years gone by

Improvement lands at twenty-five cents connected for navigable purposes. Up the matter of cheap postal facilities. what with the enjoyment of a continuous, are pasti They re leas! numerous now

'per acre for a homestead. Method of ap- to the date of this interview no obstacles, W'e'hreindebted to Mother England for festival of sea and sky, of sunshine and than *, any time since the war, though

'pjying for benefit of this aft set forth. such as rocks, quicksand or sloughing of teaching us the A B C of popular postal climate, and the society of those whom'Ilove their lamiliar faces are to be seen yet in

Any person who bas settled on such lands mud or soft earth had been met with- transmission ; for a score of years her I supplemented with the luxurious considerable force in and about the hotels

and IB otherwise entitled to the benefits and from all indications nothing of the rate has been two cents. But no such delicacies that are obtained from this : t and the saloons on the 8t'enueand their ;'

cf this act, may.bay such lands,, having kind is anticipated. The highest eleva- costs, difficulties, and distances have had beautiful river and contiguous forests!: I species will never become extinct. There

.:.. the first right thereto. tion to be cut through is only 6 feet I to be overcome in carrying the mails in am myself again, in the possession of. will always be. "majors"* and "colonels"and

... Became a law without approval. above water leveL About $1,000 per Great Brittain as in this country. Her vigorous health, voracious appetite and "judges" enough in existence to go

AXYSDISG THE DfCOBPOBATIOX LAW. month is being expended in pushing the postal routes are short, her total area be- cheerful spirits. It gives me pleasure : around with some to spare for the coming

An act to amend section 3 of an act to work forward. 'A fair indication the ing only about one hundred and twentytwo to bear witness that there are few parts of generation. They will always remain a

+_ amend 'an. act entitled an act to provide parties mean business. No day is set to thousand square miles, while ours is this western continent which offers greater feature of Washington life. It is possiblethat
for the incorporation of cities and be in the Halifax and Indian river, yet not far from three and a half millions of compensations to travellers in quest of some time in the dim past they may ,

... towns, and to establish a uniform sys- the expression was emphatic, they were square miles. health and rural enjoyments, the beautiful have been persons of real importance and

tem of municipal government in this coming, they would be there. The chief Many of our important towns are from in nature, and. the picturesque in great men in their neighborhoods. Someof

State, approved February 4th, 1869, fault connected with this enterprise, has one to four thousand miles apart by the social life. them are ex-congressmen who have

and the acts amendatory thereof;and to arisen from the too positive assurance postal routes, over which we have been No climate in this or any other country served in the councils of the nation without -

further provide,for the organization and that the dredge would be in Indian river long carrying letters for three cents. possesses more of the constitutional elements distinction. When ungrateful 'con-

government of cities, approved March before the winter ended, this impressionthus Under the new rates of two cents, the of health,and none more exempt stituencies turned them out of office they

4th, 1879. .f' made, created expectations only to quantity of letters to be carried will be from prevailing diseases or epidemics. preferred to stay here rather than return

Section 3 of said act is amended to read be disappointed-good sound sense must doubtless greatly augmented.The Scientific analysis and long continued to their people. Others came to Wash-

/ No city or town shall issue bonds which, teach every one that an enterprise so new two cent rate goes into opera- experience and critical observation corroborates ington to be secretaries, ministers pleni-

<" to the present indebtedness thereof shall great and so important with all, requires tion October 1. The post office authorities this assurance, and, I may add, potentiary to'foreign courts, heads of departments

: exceed 5 per cent,of the assessed valua- time, patient effort and money. Both are engaged in preparing a brand careful comparisons with the most favorite collectors of customs, and the

ition of the real and personal property lying the managers of this useful undertakingand new two cent stamp, with which to in- climatic resorts affirm the assumption.But like and still another class have been

within the incorporated limits thereof. the people along the route, no doubt augurate the happy event my chief object in addressing you pursuing that soul destroying ignis fatuusa

** .proved* March 5th, 1883. need much patience if this great enter- Another accommodation for the public this letter is to say,-Mr. Editor, that I "claim" until their brains were turned.

*? An act to keep in good repair the public prise succeeds. If we see the company's will soon come into vogue, namely, the read with the sadness of a sorrowful The time was when they would have

; roads and highways of this State, and dredge now at work between the Matanzas issue of postal noted for small sums. By heart, the announcement in your paperof taken nothing short of a million or a

'to.amend an act entitled an act to keep and Halifax rivers, cutting away at payment at any post office a postal note the demise of Judge Silas L. Niblack diplomatic position of the highest impor-

I' !it. in good4repair the public roads and the Haulover, by the closing month of for the amount is to be given, which will of Lake City. He was long and famili- tance. Now a seat at the right hand of

. highways in this State, approved March the year 1883, it will be a great success be payable on presentation at any otherpost arly known to me. the president would not tempt them.

7th, 1881.Section and all honor to the men who conceivedthe office. Death has been very busy of late in the They know a better and easier way of

1 amends section 1 of the old plan and are executing the work, The post office: authorities are making large circle of my old Florida acquain- getting a living and they take a more

v .law so as to require road supervisors to they may be here sooner, and they may preparations as rapidly as possible for the tances. I saw him for the last time, at solid satisfaction in "working" a strangera

return under oath after each road-work- possibly, not be here then, yet from all issue of the new postal note. It is to be this point in May last, and it was distressing new congressman, or a freshly landed

ing a list of all hands notified to work indications, there is every reason to be- engraved with great care, the work uponit to mark how pitiless death was steadily statesman for the drinks than they could

the roads, and who have failed or refused, I lieve the canal is a certainty, it is comingit to be equal to that on the national pressing upon my lamented friend possibly enjoy in any other occupationin

to the nearest Justice of the Peace, who I will be here, only allow sufficient time banknotes, in order to protect the holder.It whom I have known and esteemed for They employ more diplomacy

shall issue a capias, try the case as in I for the work to be done, the people need is expected that this note will prove of nearly forty years. Blessed in bygone in landing a cocktail than a man of business -.

other cases of misdemeanor, giving a jury patience, as well as the company doing great benefit to all who desire to use the years with figure of striking proportions I I would bring to his aid in the purchase

/ 'when demanded, and fine, if convicted, the work need time. A. V. H. mails to purchase; books., newspapers, and tall and straight with a face ruddy with apparent of a year's stock of goods.They ire always
.$2.50 per day (and costs) for each day's --_- .-- 1UerchlDdi&TIlC- authorities- admit- it ian manly health,it was sorrowful to see intimate friends of the President, Senator
failure refusal. In default of A Novel Scheme to Settle Several Hun his halting his face and :
or pay- dred Peasant Families in Orange Co. experiment, and do not expect that step grow pale members, or distinguished I army and
ment, the penalty is imprisonment, not the will more than ex sad, his spirits low and melancholly. He : officers bother .
PHILADELPHIA, PA., March 13. The system any pay pen- navy ;usually a or a cousinor '
exceeding fifteen days, in the county jailat ses.-Seientific1rnerkan. expressed himself hopeful however of a a brother-in-law and "
great sale of Florida hinds effected by A. none candling so'' 4 k
hard labor until paid; payments at the .. .. favorable change in his condition.But : lovingly to lambs : f .,. .'lII
B. Linderman during his recent trip to stray as they, or surround
rate of $1.50 per day for said labor being London to a syndicate in that city was DeBary-Baya Consolidated Line. alas! for human hope and human I longer' drinks of "red ticker*

credited. Any person subject to road consummated today when Mr. Linderman Col. H. T. Baya and Capt. W. B. Watson planning., The lusty winds of Old Ocean They hang' their crooked cane on their

duty may employ another in his place. paid over to the Florida Land and returned from New York yesterday, beat against his fragile frame with unkindly arm, and with their abdomens'up againsta

Section 2 amends section 2 of the old Improvement Company the balance of where they went for the purpose of perfecting severity and admonished him to bar they adhere to that article of saloon
law so as to require the Road Commis- arrangements for the consolidation seek shelter at his old home in Old Colura furniture with the of
$25,000 by draft on a leading banker, for tenacity barnaclesto
sioners to make similar returns as to any of the de Bary Merchant's Line and bia. The deep moaning of the waves bottom.
40,000 acres of land in Orange County.The a ship's They were more numerous -
supervisor who fails in his duty, and imposes corporation name under which the the Baya Line of steamers. Capt. Watson that he had hoped would soothe his during the ten or twelve years
a fine of $10 to $50 for such failuresor informed a reporter last evening that all wearied mind and troubled heart, but after the than at other
war in
syndicate will in future act is the Florida any period
imprisonment from ten to the arrangements had been chanted his dirge in a lamentation of
sixty days, Agricultural Company of London (Lim- necessary the history of the city and of late years
conviction. made and that the lines would be consoli- despair. ,
upon ited), which has been chartered by act of many of the most notable specimenshave
Section 3 amends dated the first of when he would God that his soul
section of the old parliament. The plan of the Companyto on April grant as Boated out been taken to Abraham's bosom.

law providing that any person summonedto effect the colonization of their hinds is assume the entire management. A stock on eternity's broad sea he found safe an- How the "majors" and the "colonels"and

work on roads may pay commutation comprehensive and rather unique. The company composed of Cot Baya and the choring ground and a quiet haven of rest. the "judges", live, none but they can
therefor$1 per day. present owners of the de Bary Line had He had many estimable traits of char- tell.
whole tract of land will be divided by They are absolutely without meansor
Section 4 makes it misdemeanor, General Manager Linderman into twentyacre been formed under the laws of New York, acter. He was courageous and fearless ; credit and never do a stroke' of work ;

punishable by fine of $5 to $50 for anyone farms, upon each of which a frame the former by-laws, etc., of the de Bary these are constituents of heroism.He from one year's end to. the other. .They

appointed a Supervisor or Commissioner dwelling house will be erected. At least Line being adopted. Capt. Watson saYlthat was kind loving and sympathetic ; show up at their haunts day after day
to refuse or neglect to dischargethe for the present no change of any con- these are the beautiful qualities of true with
two acres on each tract will be cleared by unfailing regularity; appearing as
duty thereof. sequence will be made either in the offices manhood. He hated chains hypocrisyand
the company. The farms will be sold to early in the day as they think it will be :
Section 5 limits road duty to 6 days or employes of the line and all the old cant ; this betokened sincerity. He drink '
emigrants at $500 each, which will in- possible sponge a and staying as
per year except in case of casualities, and clude all the improvements made by the employes of both lines will be retained as was frank, polite and courteous ; this long as there is the-remotest chance of t, .

provides that persons living within towns The payments be madein nearly as possible in the positions at pres- indicated true breeding. He was untir- being invited to take another"night-cap." '
and cities are exempt from road duties company. may ent filled by them. The schedules of ing in his service of friends; this is the Where the ..
installments, which will place the they sleep or get clothes they .
outside the same. easy the various boats will also remain about guaranty of fidelity. In public life he
farms, or "Florida Homes, as Mr. Lin- wear, must forever remain a mystery.*
Section 6 makes it the of the same and until other arrangementsare was incorruptedly honest and fervently
duty supervisors derman calk them, within the reach of It is the secret, and it would be barbarousto
to establish and made the same docks now in use will patriotic.
mile-posts guide- force them
the poorest peasant of Ireland or Italy. to divulge it. AUGUST.The .
boards. be retained. The consolidated line will be Many persons residing on Indian river ,..'..
In order to bring this plan before the
Section 7 provides for a tax of not less known as the "De Bary-Baya Merchants knew him well, and can testify to the stylographic pen is one ,of the
of Europe Mr. Linderman will .
than half a mill or more than 1 mill on peasantry Line" with headquarters on the wharf at accuracy of this picture.In necessaries of our modern civilization.
visit Ireland and several conti-
real and personal property, for repairs England, the foot of Laura street. This is now one paying this tribute to the dead the If Hood's song hAd been "Dip, dip, dip,"
to roads and bridges and erection of mileposts nental countries this spring. A strong of the instead of"Stitch stitch stitch it would
of the strongest transportation lines in the griefs living force themselves uponus. ,
and guide-boards and effort will be made to induce Italian emi-
so taxed to work the;; permits parties South, and equipped as it is with twelve But the stricken ones must seek have lost its text at the bands of Mr.
same out at the gration, for the of introducing in
rate of$1.50 per day. purpose large, first-class steamers, valued at over consolation where alone it is found, Livermore who has given hi* age this
Florida the growth of the silk worm. It
Section 8 requires. written notice of half a million of dollars, will be enabledto and rely upon Him whose arm faileth perfection of pen, penholder and case,
is well known that the tree
wad mulberry
'Workings to be served on persons materially aid in the development of not and whose judgment cannot err. and ink, all in one, handsome,and alwaysat
table to work, three days before the time flourishes in that state better than almost
. designated Jacksonville and the entire country ad- Let us not speculate-it is vanity; and hand and ready for use. The inventor
except in cases of storms) etc., anywhere else, and it is the intention of
when notice is to be served one day before jacent to the St. Johns River. Captain not murmur-it sacrilege. bas put some new improvements into it,
the said time.. the company to make thorough attemptto Watson has announced his determinationto But impressed with the mournful event and now what remains but for every

Section repeals section 5, and all conflicting develop silk culture on an extensive pursue a liberal policy and will do all let those who cherish his memory take scribe and letter writer to find it on his
provisions of the old law. scale. On all the lands of the
Approved company in his own power to promote the growthof new courage for the duties before them, desk. Ink, filler and cleaner, all go with
March 6 1883. kinds rice
fruits of all cotton and
An act for levying a tax for the years for sugar the Northern market, Jacksonville and her interests, at the remembering that life is short and Laboris it. And to crown all, the price has been
1883 and 1884. same time accommodating the greatly long. Who of his old time friends will reduced to $2. Send that amount to the
Section 1 levies a State tax of 5 mills will be grown. It is thought the settler increased demand from up the river for be the next to fall? sole agent, Mr. Louis E. Dunlap, 290
for each with will be able to earn a good living duringhis
year, a proviso that if the(
wvernor shall discover that the tax for first year's residence, owing to the rapid, sure and cheap transportation.He "Then with stout hearts old messmates Washington St., Boston, Mass., and the
1884 can be does not propose to discriminate in the return 'mail will bring you this most
safely reduced to 4 mills he made the all, let us ply oars 'till the voyage is
ma7 make such reduction. improvements by company. any way against our city, and will con- over and the harbor of peaceful rest is perfect pen.-Contributor, Norton, Mags ,
I Section 2 the Mr. Lindermaa has already on the groundthe : "... -
empowers county commissioners local the
tinue to carry freight at same found.
: to levy a county tax not to "first settler" In the shape of a saw- J. S. J. A good medicinal tonic, with real merit -.
'fSi4miU8' and an additional tax for milL The cutting of lumber, the erection rate charged for. through freights, thus St. Lucie, Fla. March 1883. is Brown's Iron Bitters, so all druggistssay. to
Wages and county buildings not exceed- of dwellings, and the clearing of the giving the river merchants an opportunity ..... .
": R 2 mills, to be collected in currency. land will be immediately commenced.The to purchase their goods here providingour When is a boat like snow? When she
Any county indebtedness incurred exeeed- company will furnish for the use of merchants can and will compete is adrift. Care-worn persons, students, weak and .
*.jag the amo provided for by such levy the colonists at once a library and a lecture with those of other cities. It is the overworked'mothers will find in Brown's ..
oy we commissioners to be null and void; ball will be erected. Already Mr. pres- What part of speech is kissing? A con- Iron Bitters tonic which
a complete gives
but intention of the to retain T
a tax ent
not exceeding 4 mills may be Linderman has bad numerous applications managers junction.
1e1ied*payffoutstanding indebtedness, from persons desirous to buy these all of the steamers of the consolidatedlines strength and tone to the whole system. ..
:. > and a tu for school purposes not to ex- Florida homes, from Nova Scotia Canada here during the entire summer except When is a clock on the stairs dangerous Why have chickens no,hereafter? Be.i

: teed| 4.znffls nor less that 2 J mills. and the Northwestern States. It hoped the H. T. Bays, which will in all ? When runs down. cause they have their necks twirled in this. ,31
w>a 3 suspends the levy of sinking that from five hundred to one thousand ,
fiaad tu for the rears 1883 and 1884. families will be domiciled on the compa probability be placed on an excursion Why are jokes'like nuts? Because the When is a widow like a gardner? When. .;

f Apprpred March. 5, 1883. BJ'S lands within a year. route norih.-TI71JU-UItLm. drier they are the better.they crack. she tries to get rid of her weeds.: .c-:
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.. For: theFak".Sex.. ;e-.. meteorology' say. that prognostics I Agricultural. --pounds for each pound of grain acre if I were sowing nothS;::,

will never.be superseded for use,at sea .rich soil ; while in a very poor soil I the time." ?*
BOTB AXD GffiLfl:- f1 bad adozenCbtJd and isolated .and ,remote places on Jefferson county (N. Y.)farmers now pounds were passed through the I Penile and Barren ,
m'J:would wmnt them all-boys ". carry their milk to limburger cheese Soils.:
land. PrognOstics can also be usefully! quantity of wheat for a The fertility of all soils '
aid- 'Mrs.: Thrifty.. -'Soys can take .e combined with charts in synoptic forecasting factories where they.are paid 12 and 12} about half, a pound of grain, or quantitiycontained depend :

a ie of'tbenMelyw.they Are energetic, especially in*certain classes of cents per gallon for it. pounds of water for each stances that therein wJ tSr.I.
are taken
e>ajoyable,7aod" it'doesrrt take half,BOmuch'sewing showers and .thunder-storms, which do Trees intended for planting'should grain.JVew York 7 f'nts. food and converted ''into up ;. '

to; :keep.a family of boys ,not affect reading of the barometer. not have their roots exposed to the sun Xo two :
along,,( "N.w .if J ''shodd. have ..mychoice A. successful fruit-grower are aliletoria'
or wind so that the,can dry out. '
The following simple test for ascertaining are
," reel apple trees are set too nt. constantly
". many aug:
saM Mrs. CTotkhaid I
: the of cottonseed oil in roots must be kept moist if the tare in i i
should lather cave children ,all presence gether ; two rods apart is near quality, whetheii
.my olive eel is given by the iMiggfet Circular expected to live. fallow
The land for an orchard must be or occupied
gidL.Girls' ; helpful ?y
are so gentle, *o eJtt
have so..much more'reftneJlent than : An aqueous solution of acetateof I Farmentier says that the best method I In good condition. lIe tnp+ But very" few soils
: lead k stirred with the oil and then : of storing thoroughly dry and clean art"- ,
up I orchard in three : ) barren though
t once years, they ,
boys and.then it is suchui pleasure nu .
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mixture put aside for'twel\"e hours. If wheat is in sacks isolated from each deficient
with thick of the
sew for:them they look so prettily i a coating straw. greater >
there be present even so small a quantity other, care being taken to keep a suffi lows to in his orchards essential substances
hogs run that
the garments..ma4e for, them.; "Very are'_;
as 5 per cent of cottonseed oil the 'ciently \\ temperature in the granary. the land until the assimilable.. >
well;ladies,"said Mrs. Sensible, "you plows trees Sometimes* ,...
are both right and among. I believe in mixture will have.a reddish color. This That "Eastern methods" of fanning large as to interfere with such a : fertile for a, particular plant ID

a mixed t.amnY-pact boys, part girls. reaction is said to be peculiar to cottonseed are equally well adapted to the broad tice. Last year he picked to another, which may be i m.:

: The bop influence the girls to setS-reli- oiL prairies of tin- West is shown in the barrels of Greenings from four in the comparison- of'- pin-...,_'. .::L;.'

'. ance, the girls .refine'the boys by their As to the preservation of wood, )[. experience of Mr. A. Reser, who thir- Orchards thrive best near b potatoes, for crops of the lalf-lilt. 1

gentleness.' A boy.Who is brought .up Fayol finds that treatment with tar increases teen years ago moved from the East to water. Trees should be often grown on soils that are Deal'2

with sisters makes the most manlyman and sometimes doubles the dura- the high praric land in Marshall county, trimmed while young. Many sterile, while clover cannot exist tor.!

and the g.rl.wb6 is brought up ration of oak timber used in collieries Kansas. Mr. Heser farms but eighty injure by overpruning. Trees under certain conditions. 'The b-

with the brothers mates the most but! has little influence upon that o acres, but he has been remarkably suc- be grafted when they are from one and best sweet potatoes can be ,.

womanly woman." pine. Oak wood prepared with ferrous cessful, and h/!s success, has, observesthe to one anti one-half inches in in that section of country drain pa t

SWEET-MINDED Wcanex.-So greatis sulphate lasts longer-ten time -than Topeka:'.tr, in spite of droughts, I Judge Eaton, of Otawa, 111., the Cape Fear River, in the counties

the influence of .a. sweet-minded .I la its unprepared state, after it has verified the repeated statement that in an article on the history the Bladen, Brunswick and Columbusfo'

woman on those around Jber that it isI immersed for twenty-four hours in asolution I more grain can be raised from a well- potato, a fact which many'fanners I Carolina, and yet the soil is T ,

... almost boundless. It is to her that of 200 grammes of ferrous sulphate tilled field of ten acres than from forty served, despite the assurance by ) complete sand but low and,wet, .

friends come in seasons of sorrow and per litre.Contrary acres loorly tended. tists that "mixing in the hill is only fertilizer used is the leaves: of,

sickness for help ,and comfort, one : to the opinion of old 6sbermen Farmers who co-operate together in sible:'' "A curious fact J pitch pine composted with: rakingi"I

soothing' touch of her kindly handworks statistics clearly prove"that there buying and selling should endeavor to withthe growth of the Irish J I t gatherings around the farm.,Clova''

wonders in the feverish child, a has tern a steady increase of the her- make arrangements with the workingmen and which most fanners have no foreign to that region. It is,mm

few words let fall from her lips into the ring taken annually on the northeastof of the cities thereby either party observed, is that they will h that carbon is one of the prime"
ear of a sorrowing sister do much to Scotland. From observations made benefited from the of fertile
may transactions. the hill. Plant a red and a white a soil, despite tae;
raise' the load of grief that is bowing by Dr. Day the herring of late years All that ;is needed Js organization, and in the same hill, or so near to fact that plants appropriate it

its victim down to the dust in anguish. seems to take to deeper waters, but at there is no reason why an organized that heir tearing roots will the air, and should this claim lie

The husband com s home worn out intervals to return to the shallower body of fanners may liCit get larger and lout of the inters of either demonstrated it will caw*.

with the pressure of business, and irri waters, usually frequented for feedingor prices for produce and at the same time are liable to be marked with red \ in our methods of using

table with the world in general, but for breeding purposes, from which it <-;ilf':ilieji k to the consumer' The work- white patches or one-half may be At present it is scarcer:

when he enters the cosv sitting room, had been apparently frightened by excessive iugmen file always ready to organize for and the other half while. This \\(( a place in the list of ingredient. .I
and sees the blaze of the bright lire; and netting, vast shoals of dogfish such and the farmers should
Jurl'It., interesting field for the inn ti;; posseses commercial valuftoo.
mBets his wife's smiling face, be succumbs profit 1'Vit. some one inclined to the work." account whatever. '.'
in a moment to the influences etc.The
soothing bread crumb comprises a multitude Thr parts of animals generally used In order to have successive and clay are not in themselves
which act as a balm of Gileadto I crops
his wounded spirits that are wearied of cells of thin walls containing for giiie-making are the paring of hides green fOOl for stock small pieces food for plants, but ratter
carbonic acid gas, the product of fer- and skins fiom tanneries and slaughterhouse anieal in action. All soils posaea"
ground should 1
with combatting with the stern realitiesof sown at intervals
mentation in the dough. These wallsof known as glue pieces, nV>hing, that with traces of iron and magnesia
life. The rough schoolboy flies in a puniose. Some sections will
the cells contain loth gluten and pelts from furriers, hoofs mid ears of as a small proportion organic
rage from the taunts of his companionsto produce grass in abundance, but
starch and traces of dextrine suzar. Asa cattle, horses and sheep. Animal skins ; but fertile soils must cc;tarn
find solace in his mother's smile difficulty may initially be avoided
; consequence of the treatment with in every form, when unacted upon by 'Phoric acid, potash,lime anu a t larje ,
the little one, full of grief with his own sowing picas and oats mixed, ,
water and the application of heat, the tannic acM, are excellent material fur of organic matter. There is if:
trouble finds radish collards! kale,
large a haven of rest on itsmother's or anything
starch grains, which, in their nonnal the glte-luakt'r. It is said that the that list of compounds known ,to-be
breast and comes early. Though the
; so one might .
go condition are little sacs filled with minute partings of oxen and other thick hides in a fertile soil, the quantities,,
tity not te
with instances of the influence that a may large, the green
granules of starch proper, kave make the best glu(>. Fish-bones, the will being small and varying and
sweet-minded woman has in the social answer a change of diet,
been swollen and burst.A core of horns, sinews and animal membrane )() according to the charac-
life with which she is, connected. serves an excellent purpose in that
Beauty is an insignificant power when non-conductor of electricity yet are all utilized for the same of rocks of which they were origi

compared with hers. to be found, for all substances hitherto purpose. pect.The to"r a part, the chemical character,
A JJEAUTIFUL ,INDIAN LEGEXD.t .- discovered are conductors of the force Peter Ivory, who is an experienced least should te being modified by time, .d*

The legend of the Cherokee rose is as under certain known conditions ; but cattle raiser, says the following remedy into eight years in or till it comes and the action of surround'
; those which offer a great resistance tit will the tearing any hoed crop, or substances and additions which
pretty as the flower' itself. An Indian o cure blackleg or diphtheria.We to buckwheat and ;
let fall
chief of the Seminole tribe taken serve the purpose of non-conductors give it for the benefit of our farmer back on changing them in structure, do
was ground_ :. care should te. tatpn_ Tint
in __
practice destroy them.
prisoner by his enemies the Cherokees although they may be all readers. He says : "When the animalis .nu ,
and doomed to torture, but became so, classed as good or bad conductors. The I first taken it will exhibit lameness in plow when too near or too deep near the fertile soil can be deprive! of the
seriously ill that it became necessary to best conductor known at present is silver some one of its legs. With a sharp advisable you use red clover. or a part of its fertility by par

... wait for the restoration to health before the worst conductor is solid i irraifine. knife open the lame member between two-thirds to the shorten in the crops. It can be rend*'red defi

committing him to the fire. And as he he i knee and the hoof where will lie the last years growth, in nitrogen and yet remain rich in
reason the
lay prostrated by disease in the cabin of Most bronze statues in the open air found a lump or a sack filled with a taken tree has lost or it can be deprived of polish

Cherokee warrior, the daughter of the soon assume an app+earance of iron. white substance ; squeeze all this out, being and root. up, and that equalizes yet contain lime. Soils are affected

latter,. a. young, dark-faced maid was Very few take on that peculiar delicate then fill the owning with salt and peplr top by the methods of cultivation, '

his nurse. She fell in love ,with the green transparent film known as latiua. and bind the limb up with a rag." Dr. Gilbert, of England, the of manuring and by'drauro: .

young chieftain, and, wishing to save To produce the patina covering an at- This is all that is required, and Mr. time associate of Sir J. B. Lawes in e soil can generally be rendered

lifeurged him toescape;but he woud mospherefree from dl"ll"teriou"allOrs, :vary vouches for its good effects. The Kothamstead experiments, thinks by cultivation without the use

notdo unless she would flee with him. the presence of moisture in the air anda remedy is certainly cheap and simple, clover tailure in this country, manure, for constant exposure to

Yet before she had gone far, impelledby certain composition of the metal are and is worthy a trial. attributed to insects, is really due and moisture causes the earth to

soft regret at leaving home, she required. White zinc alloys or brass The Richmond (Va.) Southern Planter clover sickness-condition of the form and give off particles of

asked,permission of her lover to return soon turn black. Tin alloys or bronzeare relates thus of one-eighth of an acre in which clover refuses to grow. suitable for some indigenous

for the purpose of bearing away some less rapidly oxidized. Mr. K. Weber of lucerne : It has no superior for soiling believes the insects which are which, when plowed in, assist to

memento of it. So retracing her foot- i finds that the ancients used very little purposes. On the 11th and 12th of credited with the failure only come nourishment to a more numer

steps, she broke a sprig from the white zinc in their fine statuary, and hence April it was killed down to the ground because of the feebfe growth of family, until, by a continued pro

rose which climbed up the poles of her he fine patina formation.. I by a severe frost, when it was fully plant. This opinion, corning from of green manuring the land cau be

father's tent, and preserving it during knee high, and would have been readyto high an authority, is worth in to use. As such a method is slow,

her flight through the wilderness, cut in a few days. On the 22d of gating. ,' the use of barnyard manure

planted it by the door of her new homein Mixing of Races. May it was first mowed, and again on Wool the covering under of green crop
waste from
the '
the land of the Seminole. And from July 21st and August 14th. The three shoddy mills especially for the purpose is
Mass. is used '
that day this beautiful flower has It will be remembered by those who mowings yielded 43GO pounds of green quite highly for ,agricultural and, and quicker. .The qu<*: :k>u

always been known between the capes have been familiar with our writingsfor food for soiling, from one-eighth of an It is romjwsed of the short our farmers at present is how to

of Florida and throughout the southern the last thirty years, that we have acre, or at the rate of :";,4SO pounds IJer andfine dus. gathered nude up the fertility of soils with t1M:

states, by the name of Cherokee rose.- counted very much upon an improvedrace acre. Fed with a rage! meal and salt elainesthatprelktrethrmost the expense rather than that ot at-

Christian Advocate. in this country growing out of the sprinkled over it, it is a wholesune ions of the wool for use in \aluable i to work those that are Lorren.

mixture of races. Herbert Spencer, in and highly nutritious foot] for horses I The grace from the barnyard manure, as a general
Science.A giving his impressions America and cattle of all kinds. scouring mills contains all the elements of fer
: i
says"a quite another substance
may I think be Sir J. B. Lawes thus containing and it should never be omitted
new fabric, recently patented, is reasonably held, reasons from I large percentage of potash
paper woven into .matting for floors, that both because of its size and the experiments, as stated in the Country while wool wuste is valued, we chiefly its place in the list as the chief'

rugs, banters, window shades, chair neterogenity of its components, the Gentltiiian: "To obtain maximum croi>s its nitrogenous elements for success, for, say what we

seats, table covers, etc. These goods American nation will lie a long time in of grain the proper course to pursue ito s in favor of commercial fertilizers,

are much admired, and it is claimed evolving its ultimate form but its ultimate precede them with a crop of leguminous Mr. John G. Lemmon has reported can be nothing luged by any one

hat they are much more duratel I form will be high. One result is, plants-that w, peas, clover, the California Academy of Sciences them the preference, though

: than straw matting, and can be supplied .. I think, tolerably clear. From biological vetches, 'tc.-to which the minerals discovery: of two or three varieties used with the manure the result

a;: at prices that .will insure their truths it is to te inferred: that the should be applied, and this enables indigenous potatoes among the satisfactory. The greatest dif

sale.The eventual mixture of the allied varietiesof these plants to make an unusual growth, tain ranges along the Mexican is to procure a sufficiency of

Lay torpedo was lately subjected the Aryan race forming the papules- which renders them capable 1 of storing Arizona.. They grow abundantly but that which is usaa'Jy!

to a severe test by its inventor in the tion, will produce a more powerful type up a large amount of ammonia-moie high mountain meadows surrounded on Well-regulated: .-" together

i course a mile long at a target only type of men more plastic, more adaptable follows-and the latter, by this active above sea level. The tubers \\ I, crops, if rightly manajreJ,

sixty feet in length. In going to the more capable; of undergoing the stimulant is rendered capable obtaining about the size of \\;lInuts. Mr. not only keep the soil fertile, but I

11 mark the torpedo, had to pass through complications needful for social life. I all the minerals required from the lOon brought home a supply which ; full crops and a' the least cost.

.?three distinct currents and a very lump think that, whatever difficulties they soil and the decaying vegetation for te carefully cultivated. ..... -
; .'!'P'A but the trial proved very success may have to surmount, and whatever maximum crops." Andrew

f ful.By: .. tribulations they may have to vas c The quantity of water which josses raises considerable Burnett, of Wellesley \\ the Columbrian Journal for Jan '

\":' two.quarts of tobaccoju'ce through, the Americans may reasonably through the roots of a plant is enormous. turniiw for quantities of : 18.,5, is the following translation i

over slow fire, Baron Rothchild's look forward to a time when the y Dr. Lawes, of England found writes feeding to his milch the original Welsh of
as follows !
gardener, at Paris: Monsieur Bozard will have : "When I ,
produced a civilizationgrander that an average of 2000 pounds of down on we11 ct CYCLE OF TIlE WORLD AND.
destroys all the troublesome insects than any the world has water i is absorlied by a plant for every die or last of -ruanuredl lands the OF LIFE. 1
that may be contained in the hot-house konwn." pound of mineral matter August, I sow quarter Poverty
absorbed by it. a pound of white flat causes exertion:
ia which the operation is perrormed. At the French Agricultural Observatory turnip-seed to Exertiun cause jucctos; "
acre with
*,%; He considers the remedy infallible, andsays at ontsouris, it was found that turnips after the grass seed, harvesting ti BUCCVW Wealth cause causes wealth bride ; :

: it rarely injures the tenderest An Illinois court has decided that 7702 pounds of water passed throughthe growth. Too apart three Pride catuot'll conteiition j : .
plants. woman's lie about her doesn't vitis much is ICon e-uion causes war; .;
age I .roots of the wheat crop for 10} used in W..r c.UMI
Atercntuiby and Marriott, in a paper ate her insurance policy. raising turnips. I should u purerty;
pounds of grain produced, or 727 It ss than one pound of poverty cu** peace
turnip seed eaee causes exertion:
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. ae The Diet of Children., )f t .! The Church Temporal. .I take care .of the hut, and to cook the Kisses on Interests.I'{ Something Live For. .

:a meals for the men when they returned. I -
" A father talking to his careless.
--- Short: Rules for Young Christians.. He spent the nights alone in the cabin, It has been asserted by scientific: surgeons -
: daughter said : "I want to speak to
;,' permitting- children to sit at table 1. 'Neverneglect daily private prayer for most of the fishing was done between that the will-power ot;"a sick man
: I'
l you of your'mother.. It may be that
":>' ,ritir:their;elders..is'the cause of a good and when you pray remember that Godis i, sunset and sunrise. One day as the dawn you have noticed a careworn'look has a great deal to do with his dying,
'deal: of,. mischief. and injury to their present, and that he hears your was beginning across the water, the tI and the ease of Charles Conner is
lf her face lately. Of course it has not
: 'youtlif ul digestions. A variety of pray rs. (Heb.'ll:6.) !I I men stopped their fishing and began to I been brought there by act of .| cited as evidence.. A still stronger case
any yours,
I.Cf .dam should .never.'be permitted, and 2. Never neglect daily private Bible- !!I i row home with their load as usual.. As still it is your duty to chase it away. 11 occurred in Michigan the-lY.\a1: summer.

.;- ; ,aD ;:attempt .at wastefulness should-be reading ; and when you read remember they rowed along they met the body ofa want you to get up to-morrow morning I j An old man, living in the northern

: .; wed :at once. Economy and self- that God is speaking to you, and that drowned man going out to sea with and get breakfast and when I I part of the State, got out :\.lot of timber -
.be taught ,at the children'sr the tide. They picked the body up and your for toll-road :-
a company
can many years
< ; denial you are to believe and act upon what he mother begins to her surprise I ago
.r. express ,
r Gable more easily.tlian. .at school.The laid it on the prow the head resting : but the company failed and left
3i' I believe all
backsliding begins !
.,.., says. go right up and kiss her on the mouth..
I i upon the arm, and rowed on slowly to : him in the lurch. For years--and
with the of these two rules. i years
j. diet of children can hardly be too I f You can't imagine how it would
I the hut. The little boy was watching j he trieit'to sell the timber to this one or
I (John 5 39. i
: )
require to be encouragedto I brighten her dear facE Besides
If they yon
< plain. i for them and went down to the of
edge Ir | that, but no one wanted.it, and at last
3. Never God
to ask for
eat the administration of dainties, I profess anything owe her a kiss or two. Away back
I the canal to meet them. lIe saw the j time and decay rendered the beams almost -
must be something radically you do not want. Tell him the when you were a little girl she kissed
body of the seventh man lying on the '
worthless. Last sumnaer the Supervisors -
somewhere. It is unlikely that truth about yourself, however bad it you when no one else was tempted by.
prow, but thought he was asleep. of that county advertised for
is constitutional more makes and then ask him forChrist's
that something ; you ; t your fever-tainted breath and swollen
I [ So when the boat came near, he cried proposals to build a bridge and the old
I ,
probably insufficient exercise is taken, I sake, to forgive you what you face. You were not as attractive thenas
I to his father, "Breakfast is ready ; come man put in a bil. While-waiting to
times or the are and to make what
'.taken at wrong nurseryis you you oughtto and of
you are now, through years .
along and with that he turned and
:see what we uld be done he was taken
the bedroom badly ventilated be. John 4:24.
stuffy, or ( ) childish sunshine and shadows she wasalways
I went back to the hut. The men fol- sick, and he worse so rapidly
have forgotten that 4. Never let without very grew
or the parents a day pass trying -
the of
ready cure, by magic a
lowed the boy and left the dead man i I
that a council of doctors was called.
fresh air are as to do for Jesus.
sunshine and necessarytothe something Everynight .mother's kiss, the little chubby hands
lying on the When they had sat
prow. After due deliberation he informed
healthy life of a child as wholesome reflect on what Jt.'SUSba.i done for whenever in those was
they were injured
'I down the boy looked round and said: .
>- I that he was approaching his end.
food is. you, and then ask yourself What have first skinnishes with the rough old
I Io. I "Wheie is the other man ? Whydoni "When will I know about that
I done to-day for him? (att.tJ-16: .) world. And
then the kiss
cleanliness midnight
The want of or frequent I t :you bring him in to breakfast, bridge ?" he coolly asked. -
is times the If ever you are in doubt as to a with which she routed so bal
.use of the bath, many too ?" many "The.bids will be opened to-day."
thing being right or wrong, go to your dreams she leaned restless
in children as over
indifferent appetite your
of "
cause i I'j 'Oh isn't he here ? cried one ; and "Well, I'll send John over to see who
room, and kneel down and ask God's'blessing i have all been interest theselong
cleanliness of clothes and i j pillow on
Withqut then added with a laugh, "You had the and
gets job, my living or dying
cleanliness of person you cannot have I upon it. (CoL 2 : 17.) If you i I long years. Of course she is not
; better go and call him, he must be will depend on his news."
healthy children. Without this the cannot do this, it is wrong. (Horn. 14 : asleep." j so pretty and kissable as you are, but if .
Aiive-o.clockdn the afternoon the
t blood seems poisoned, the child I: 23.) you had done your share of the work
young I I The boy went down to the canal and the SOil and. the family physician
has neither buoyancy nor heart, appetiteis 6. Never take your Christianity from shouted : during the last ten years the contrast 1 I arrived company.. The old man was

depraved or absent, and he grows up Christians, or argue that, because such would not be so marked. Her face has I
I "Why don't you come to breakfast ? neither better nor worse.,
and as a sickly plant. j I i I and such people do so and so, therefore more wrinkles: than yours, far more,
.as pale poor it is all ready for you. "Well I" he asked as John approach
is another ;i you may. ((2 Cor. 10 : 12.) You are to and yet if you were sick that face would
Injudicious clothing cause ; But the man on the prow never moved ed.

of djspepsia.: It is bad enough to encase j I ask yourself, "How would Christ act nor answered a word. So the boy returned appear more beautiful than an angel'sas "Our.bid was accepted, father."
in my place?" and strive to follow him. it hovered over you, watching every
the body which has attained its ; to the hut, and said : "And"we've got the job?""

full development in a tight dress,' but it I I (John 10 : 27.) "What is the matter with the man ? opportunity to minister to your comfort,. "Yes-,.but the doctor cays you can't

ruinous for a child to be clothed intightlyfitting 7. Never believe what you feel if it he won't answer." and every one of those wrinkles would live."

contradicts God's Word. Ask yourself, seem to be bright wavelets of sunshine
garments. Every organ : "Oh I said they "he's a deaf old fool. 1 "I can't; eh ? I'm not only going to
Can what I feel be true if God's Word chasing each other over the dear face-
of a athild's body requires room to grow You must shout loud, and swear at I live to,build that bridge,.but I'm goingto
., is true ? and if both cannot be true.believe She will leave you some of these days..
and if it be.in compressed him. timber
expand ; any way work that square :into it up

,. the circulation through it becomes God, and make :your own heart The boy went back again, and cried : These burdens, if not lifted from her to the last foot, or my name isn't John
the liar. Roue. ; -1 1 John 5 10 11lJrQunltJIr. shoulders will break her down. Those
lessened, and it is therefore skk- ( : ; : ) "Come along, you fool ; the othersare Rodgers !"
Xortli.Modern hard hands that have done
rough, so
lied and rendered weak. waiting for you It is a fact, vouched forby a dozen
Skepticism.Dr. many unnecessary things for you will
But the man on the prow never movednor good men, that he was off: that dying
Tightness, therefore, of any portionof Schaff, in his first volume of lie crossed upon her lifeless breast
answered a wont Led iu a week, and in less than a fort
child's ruins not only the
a clothing Church devote to Those that
History some neglected lips
ages jravo you
Then the boy ran back to the hut and .
I night he was at work on tlia bridge.
r organ directlyunderneath the constriction the direct consideration of modem : :your first baby kiss will be forever
I : .. .
but indirectly those at a distance skepticism. The following extract will closed, and those sad, tired eyes" will -
"Come one of for I can't wake
you, .
from it, for no damming up of the circulation show the author's views ts to the manner j him have opened in eternity, and then you Clips.A .

can be tolerated by nature. and spirit with which honft up. will appreciate your mother, but it will
But they laughed and answered :
Skl'l'-j' ,
Tightness round the waist in childrenand tics to be treated. He be too late."
ought : says South End ,kserw only
"Go out again and shake him by the woman one
young people is the cause of many There are two kinds of skepticism; : leg ; tell him we can't wait till doomsday servant to do her work, instead of two.
catesof dyspepsia, and in a lesser degreeso
one represented: by Thomas-linnet, for him.'* She says:: help are always leaving, and
is tightness of the neckerchief, by I earnest, seeking, and at last finding the "How is business ?'' asked ofa
The lx y went down to the water once a man when you are left alone it's much easierto

retuhilig the blood in the brain. Have j truth ; the other is represented by the more. lie got into the boat and shook glazier. "Putty good," was the re- do the work of one- servant than of

your children's, clothing loose, then.if Sadducees and Pontius
i IJi1ate-superli-1 the man by the leg. Then the man ply. two.-Boston Post.

you would see them healthy and liappy. cial, worldly, frivolous turned and sat on the and said There is a limit.-First young lady A. Kansas hotel hasthe
I up prow, following
See, too, that at night they sleep not on truth and in With the I :
ending despair.
to the boy : "I could sit here forever. Second ditto: I notice in the bedrooms
displayed :
feather beds, and that though warmly latter "even the in vain." "
. gods reason
I "What do you want ? "And I till lunch time. "Gentlemen wishing to commit suicide

. they are not heavily clothed. But honest, truth-loving I "Why on earth don't you come ? Are A Michigan man dreamed recentlythat 'will please take the centre of the room,

Children should be fed with great skepticism always d rresr.m1 and they all to wait till doomsday for you ?" his aunt was dead. The dream to avoid staining the bed-linen, walls

regularity day by day. The parents, sympathy, and demands a juitient investigation I "Go back and tell them that I am proved tnie. lie tried the same dream and furniture with Wood."

having chosen the hours for dinner, ; of the real or imaginary : 'coming.*' on his mother-in-law, but it didn't
The National School Teacher
, breakfast and tea, ought to see that the I difficulties which are involved in the So the boy went back to the hut ant work.A Sunday
tells the of scholar who when
story a
times are strictly adhered to. problem of the origin of Christianity. found the men laughing and joking. celebrated poet advertised that he ,
asked in the lesson of "David sparing
It may be more useful to the Church "Well I what did he say ?" they cried. would supply "lines for any occasion." -
Irr2Tilarity in meal hours and times Saul why David compared himself toa
; than an unthinking and unreasoning "It is all right," answered the boy, A fisherman sought him soon after.and
of getting in the morning and retir- flea replied that ha guessed "it was
up orthodoxy. One of the ablest and "heys he is coming." wanted "a line strong enough to catchA ,

ing to bed at night, is not only prejudicial purest skeptical critics of the century The men turned pale and looked at a lJOl1lOise." because Saul couldnt catch him."

to the present health of a child, (De Wette) made the \tllmt honorable one another, and sat very still and correspondent inquires what we It is the opinion of a Kingston lady

but it teaches him habits which are confession laughed no more. Then outside they will pay for "original stories-such for that dog carts were invented by some

greatly against his chances of success bean! footsteps coming slowly the rascally husband to keep the women
"I Bead in time of doubt and strife. up instance, as wo publish in the Sunday
iu *ftr-tlfe. When childlike! faith wa forced to yield; vith. The door was pushed open, and J.YjmWicun." Three cents a pound. from talking It is next to impossiblefor

I need hardly speak here about the I struggled Alas! I did to not the gain end of the life field., the de \tllllall came in and sat down in One of the saddest moments in life is a woman to talk while riding in .

quality of the food that is placed before the boy's: place,the seventh at the table. when a man is looking through an old them without biting her tongue.-New

a child; against indigestible or too rich I i Hut he did "gain the fleld" at last, But each sat with his eyes fixed upon vest, and thinks he has found a ten York Graphic. ..

food, against sauces and spices of all for a few months before his death he the seventh, their guest. They could cent piece" which when brought to A grumbling old; bachelor, after lis-

kinds, including curries : against heavy tsroteand published this significant sentence not move or speak. Their gaze was sight.turns out to be a cough lozenge.Lubock tening to the following, "She was her

foods of the pancake, dough and dump- : "I know that in n<. other name fastened on the dead maim's face. Their still insists that bees are not muver's own 'ittle darlin' wopsy, popsy,

ling kind, against unripe fruits, against can salvation lie found than in the name blood flows chiller and chiller in their of sympathetic nature. And yet this deary ducky, so she was, a n' she mus'

, too hot soup, against strong ttta and I I[ of Jesus Christ, the crucified ; and there veins till, as the sun rose and flashed gentle insect, with the buff mainsail keep still," asks, "Why don't women

coffee, or beer, or against over-much is nothing loftier for mankind than the along the lagoon, there were seven dead and red-hot rudder, has frequently talk some decent kind of English to

Butchers' meat. divine humanity realized in him, and men sitting round the table in the brought tears of sentiment to our eyes. their children."

the kingdom of God planted by him." room. A carpenter in Newport, II. I., who A bad 8111. "Thomas, ''spell
Pray, mothers do not forget that an Blessed those who seek the truth
interval are had put on a pair of house doors with weather," said a school-master, to 'one
ot rest should ensue betweenthe for shall find it.Shake .
they: the bottom said to "
the glass portion at of his pupils. 'V ieathior,

do moot meals ruin you their give your children, and Hands. How Texas Cattle are Utilized. the indignant and protesting wife of weather." "Well, Thomas you may
digestions bycranmming
: Shake hands with someliody as you the owner, "that is the very latest sit down," said the teacher. This is
them with cake buns !
Beets of any kind. To do, or so is worse, or go out of church. The more of it the There are l.eef-i>ackhig establishments Queen Anne style, ma'am." the worst spell of weather we have had

better, if it is expressive of real interest A gentleman who is no longer young, since ChristnnYou "
and Fulton Texas -
than! crnel, it is a sin, ama sin you are at llockport ,
and feeling. There may l)e a great deal and who never was handsome, asked advertise that there is a fine
but little likely to commit if truly lath of which places are iu the centreof
love theta, and really wish to bee you them of the spirit of the gospel put into a cattle ranges, in which at least 100- his son's child what he thought of him. stream of water on the place, but I

hearty shake of the hand. Think of slaughtered The boy's parents were present. The don't see it," remarked a stranger who
:genufaate into strong and healthy: men 000 beeves are every year.
and women. Tarts and sweets and St. Paul's four times repeated request, Every part of the beef is utilized, even youngster made no reply. "Well, so wanted to rent the place. The landlords

"Greet one another"-after the custom; you won't tell me what you think of 'lid : "Just work that handle a
-confectionery would be bad enough in to the tufts of the tails, which aie preserved -
-all conscience for children even if then common use, and one which is' and sold for the making of ladies'frizettes. me ? Why won't you ?" 'Cause I little and yon will see a fine stream of
they were always pure and unadulter expressive of even wanner feeling than The blood flows into tanks dorm want to get licked," replied the water. You don't expect to have the

our common one of handshaking. Why sprig of a rising generation.Even Niagara Falls on the place for fifteen
ated. But they are too often positively and is pressed, and is sold at two centsa !
not give your neighbors; the IJ4>nE>tit ol brains have been dollars a month do ?'*
poisonous. Feed on plain and whole- pound for the making of fertilizers. idiotic sometimes ,

)me'fixxl regularly from day to dar the warm Christian feeling that fills you The tongue and lean beef are boiled very clever repartee. It was a I I. .

:permitting no stuffing between meals, to your ficger tips, and receive the like and canned. The hides are salted and celebrated Edinburgh professor who ac- Large, quantities:: of hay have been
them ? You will Iwth lie
and not forgetting the benefits which from in return sold fiaiu. The fatty matter is extracted 1 ciiM-d one of these unfortunate ones, shipped on the Union Pacific Railroad to

accrue from frequent changes\ of diet benefited by it ; and the stranger will go and goes to tallow. The hones rather unfeelingly, saying, "Weel,Jock feed the herds of cattle upon the Platte

wore especially as regards (Ulll1E>r. Do away feeling that the church is not, are boiled to a pulp to extract this fatty tell me how long a person can live without Valley ranges and in Western WyomIng -

this, and your children will live to bless after all' so cold a* he had thought it to matter, and the dry pones, mainly phosphate brains ?" "Ah !" said the idiot, where the grass b snowed underv

you; do otherwise, and expect to Sloe be. of limeare, sold at one cent a "I dinna ueel ken, sir, but how lang The trains on the Denver short line &te-- .

them 'sickly, with veins and arteries Seven-DeadMen.A pouud for fertilizing. The feet are cutoff have ye lived yersel ?" compelled to run slowly by the numbers a ..

possessing no resiliency,, with mucous and from the hoofs neats-foot oil is Pawnbrokers have never been described of cattle who take to the track on their: .

',"membranes pale, flabby pipes of lungs Strange Legend of Venice. extracted. The horny part pf the foot, as the pioneers of progress, although way to find water.-Official returiufor

'that the accident of a slight cold is There is a story current among the the shin-bone and the knuckle-bones, it must be admitted they are January in Michigan indicate that

.sufficient to close muscles of limbs so gondoliers and fishermen of Venice are sold for the manufacture of domestic always 1'eulyto make an advance. all kinds of cattle are in fine condition

weak that exercise is-a penance insteadf There were six men fishing once in this ivory. The horns are piled up until throughout that State. It is feared,

a pleasure becomes loose" and this is adde Ito said he ltthe however that the wheat has been
and flesh so unwholesome "Valle" of the Seven Dead. They lead the pith "Landlady, come .

. that a pin's prick may cause a fester, with them a little boy, the son of one of the fertilizers, and the horns are sold isn't settled.'.' "No," she replied ; "butit damaged< by alternate freezing and

and an this because the blood is impoverished -. their band. The boy did not go fishing for manufacture. Every atom of the comes as near it as your last month's thawing, or been "smothered" by tat

t", irrors animal is probably used. for board is.'* snow. .
through in -diet. I I with his father, but stated behind tolUj&JlA. bill .
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T HJ E : RJD: SX: .l".:' :oUt STATE NEWS.t j. NORWOOD__. '_ __. _. ___" &._ ,co., __ MISCELLANEOUSMERCHANTS' __ LEGAL --' "11XOTICE. :- '";

,(3o Ten r' ToxEam his been"quite: ill I -H: DEAi-EcS'iyK J DEt'TI3ARY ; '

PUBXJSHKD EVIKT ,THUKSDAT," once the adjournment of the :LegislatureffSeDukeol : '- t Land Office, GaInesvllle t .

t 'r21e, Ii4lttr; -rl'lori4lt: Newcastle(after haying 'STAPIE ill FANCY GROCERIES LINE 'J. : .; :March 9, .:.. :

'... ..... ". ,' =.: NOTICE i3 hereby given Urn>> .. :
three nths'in Florida has return-
spent m '
lowing-named settler k
Confectioneries, has filed
E. B..WAGER,. ed to England.In DOUBLE DAILY. his intention to make final
r and port of his claim! and progf4
Managing. Editor. &. Publisher. Hillsborough county stumps are Fine Tobaccos Carrying1 the IT. S. JIail. be made before A. A. Stewim.that ; "

Terms; $1.50 per Annum In advance.A blasted out of the ground with Etna CIGARS. Side-wheel Steamers. cuit court at 'fitu ville Fla.:on CJet\< '

SQUAD 11 oDe Inch In spree ; 13 squares powder at a cost of ten cents each. Elegant April 21t 18S3, viz: James 1.sj 4
make a column. CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE Eau Gallic. JJrevard
R JLtII.. count *
b REG UL ? i
s Advertisementsunaccompanied by the The tax sales of play county fill one lid.Xo. 327 for the lots 1 and
CASH will not receive attention. +* t. t and a half columns, double measure, of LAMPS For rates of the Editor
advertising enquire
always enclosing a three cent stamp. the Spring. > .B.PLANT,,Capt.J.VT,FitzgeroM. lot 1 Sectiou -S51
WOOD EX & T IX1V nEe L'ange37East. ft-.. **,. \
II. Brock. '
THIS-p HER may be fconAon file* 'at Lake City is to have the State Agricul- ANITA, CaptC. lie names the following wti

Geo. P. Rowell & Go's New &per Advertising tural College, a Baptist Female College, Corn One of the above-named steamers will leave prove his contInuous residence SK
Meal of Laum street. daily except
Do Bary wharf foot
Bureau where cultivation of
(10 Spruce }'..\J.TK.1.X. land viz:
tree and has already the St. James Episcopal Siindav.at3 irm. for Thomaatl4l
advertising contracts may.. be' e for- it FUUI, E Nf UPllfcE and all intermediate Hardee. George Magruaer: of P.n..1-G'
in NEW YORK. Academy. landings. Fla.: and John Simmons, Prestonli..*

Fernandina will hold a city election on Hay, K03A,Capt.J.LAmazevn.. lau. of Eau Gallie. Fla. I
THE STAB is the OFFICIAL newspaper 47 5t L. A.13AR-ES
r for Brevard county. April 2nd for the purpose of electing, FREDERICK DE Jl.\RY.CapLLco. Vogcl. ,

Mayor, Marshal, Clerk and Treasurer, Oats Etc.also WELAKA,Captain J.S.Mattheson. NOTICE OF FLYJL PROOF::
.Entered at the POll Office at. Tihtsrilk at Tax Collector, Assessor and four Alder One of the above-named steamers will Land Otlicc at GaineS"iUe.na.1Mar. '1
Second- laaa Matter.t. leave DeCarr wharf foot of Laura street '
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men. for c1aUf except Saturday,I1t1:30 p. m.. and from _
agents C-f }.and W.Railway wharf nt -- p. m.. for NOTICE is hereby given that
As STKAKOE as it may appear, one of and all intermediate the it
The Cedar Key Journal has been enlarged Palatka Sanford Enterprise wing-named settler has filed
the greatest wants of :the present is a to This improvement Jacob Reeds' Sons, landing his intention to make final notice
an eight-page -
paper. proof ;
Connects nt Palntka with Florida Southern 111...
complete,overturning! ; of 9111, systems of speaks of the progress and CLOTHIERS Railroad for Gainesville and Ocala. port of his claim and that said proofs.

education. We have spent and are Connects at Astor with M..John* and Lake be made before A. A, Stewart, clerk tk
of that .
prosperity: place.Mr.'B.F.Colley Eustis Kailrond for Fort Mason Yalaha Lees- cuit court at Titusville Fla., on Salnri,
to be at store.NOTIONS
'spending money enough in educating our has assumed editorial Samples seen burg and all point on the Upper Oelawaha. April 21st 1SS3, viz:J. Brady Bowen
children and youth, but we do not get in Connects at Volnsia with coaches. for Or- Georgiana Fla, Hd. Number 3,603 tt
charge of the Leesburg Anr Mr. Alston mond and Daytona. fob
return therefor anything like value lots 2, 3, and 4, Section 23, Townshat
returns to Columbus) Miss. to take in-: Connects Sanford with South Florida Railroad South, 3G East.
an IJange
received.. We have made such gigantic ; DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS for Longwood.3Ialtlml1.popka City '
: terest in a paper there. Altemouti', Orlando Kissimmte. and with He names the following wJtn>agl
forward strides in material progress Mourners for Lake Jcssup,Salt Lake and Rock- prove his continuous residence 1t

while pradtical education has failed to The editor-of the Levy -Entoyroehas Gents1 ClotMni & FflrnisMnf Goods. ledge and Indian River. cultivation of said land, viz: J.upotI&aI A. Ja,'
seen a strawberry patch at Arredondo March 1st 44 tt.FOR, Connects at Enterprise with coaches for Crorj,Joseph P. Blake. Rob't.
make anything like, a proportionate ad- Daytona and New biuynia and Titusville. )10m.
of over acres. The berries havebeen Returning Mail steamers leave Enterprise and Andrew Grason, all oC'l'itusvilleh'L.
vancement so that our country is full of twenty SALE every morning at 7 and Sanford 7 S50 a. m., A.);A1tSLt
possibilities.and enterprises which cannotberealized'for selling for about fifty cents per and 0 a.m-, making clone connections with 45w5: Register U. S. Land Office.! ,
A flat-bottomed boat, sloop.rigged, s., r.and W. Railway for all points North,
of quart. East and 1Vest.jThrough "
want competent men,to XOTICE.. -"
carry them out. "We lack full, specificand According to the Times-Union some valuable Twenty-three feet long, with a comfortable bills of lading given to all points. Land Otllce '
The steamer of this lin arc all first class at Gainesville,
exact knowledge in connection with phosphate beds Lave been found in cabin, and new sails. Good breadthof lu every respect. I January 27,1933f{

self-reliance, practical judgment skill. Florida which will before long Ixj broughtto beam insuring good carrying capacity. For further information apply at General I NOTICE is hereby given that the folia*.
Ticket Oftlce corner lay and Laura Streets. jll named settler has filed
Our traditional of education attention and notice oika
systems are public fully developedby Vf.K. W.\TSOS.lIanngcr.
.. Boat is perfectly tight and sails well. C.B.FENWICK.Ucn.Pass.Agent. intention to make linal proof In tmym
inadequate to the requirements of the capitalists of this State. of his claim,and that said proof' will It
Also mule of small size that will
a good ,
age in these particulars. A shrewd observer Times-UnfanOver$12,000 were paid TITUS made before Ci B. Magruder, Dmatr

remarks that from the moment into the County Collector's office work anywhere. For further particulars HOUSE, County clerk, nt Kockledge, ,Fla, a
during Saturday. March 10. 1SS3, viz Jts.
the boy begins to prepare for college he February for whiskey licenses, principally address, E., STAR OFFICE, Titusville, Indian River, Florida.J. White of Brevard county on ilomestaj: E

faces the past educationally he lives in by those whose licenses had not ex- 47 2m Titusville, Fla. M. Stellenwerf, Manager. Xo,320 for the S a of S E #; XE t oU
E 4 and S E 4 of X E
: 4 of
the past-and the more conscientiouslyhe pin.d. The local option law frightenedthem Section B,.
Township: ;; S,Range 38 East.
>y The above is PintClouHotel
etriclly a
does the work laid out for him the
and they were trying to forestall it. He names the followingvitnesset I to

broader will be the final gap between Ocala lJalln r-IAn, 10th inst : John FLOWERSEEDSI ,pleasantly situated on Lullan prove his continuous residence upon ass

college life and real life, and in adminis- Ricer 250 miles cultivation of said land viz: Franl%[
Lee the colored who stole honcfroni'lr eouAofJacksonville.
man a Allen,and Cass Allen of Georgian Ffc.
tering the affairs of the latter he will .
.' S.'Crockett in Jacksonville, and C. B. )I:1 rul1l'r and II. S. WUliiaiofKockledgeFla. :
_more than_likely be distanced by the .
and who afterwards shot and killed Mr.
unschooled practical man, hence his education Crockolt while an attempt was being Accessible Daily by Fine Steam 41 5w L. A. BARNES,EegUur,4XOTICE. ;

serves rather to unfit than to fit -
made to capture him in November last, To the Sportsman, Pleasure Scoter, and .
him for life. The varied walks
practical : Laud Office at Gainesville
and who was found guilty at the last 1 '
of life are calling loudly for men, men AT THE Invalid this House presents attractions January 29,1S83.J"XOTICE
term of the Alachua Circuit Court
unfettered by tradition, men who can was nowhere else to be found in the South.TIIE31.1N.tCERASSCP.ES1113GUESTS is hereby given that the follow
hung in Gainesville yesterday. On the fug-named settler has filed notice of bli
and will walk with the STAR OFFICE
unfaltering steps ALL intention to make final in
gallows he confessed the crime before a proof support
labyrinth of Nature, men trained question multitude of TilE COMFORTS OF.\HOME AT MODERATE of his claim, and that said proof will I*

any and every quasi fact or naturallaw' spectators.".... RATES. 44 : mad before J. A. McCrory, Depcj
AT 5 10 & 15 CENTSJACKET. Clerk Circuit court at 15tusvilleEta.at!
until its Sunday School Pic ,
truth is'proven, men with tic at LaGrangc. Open Summer & Winter.LUMBER .
Saturday. March 10, 1883. viz: II. Spts-
strong arms and skilfully trained fingers, The Sunday School Tic Nic held at cer Black of City Toint. Fla., on D._S.

undaunted sttlf-reliant men, making circumstances LaGrange hu-t Saturday was a complete PER Xo. 3CG for the E i of X W j of Seeds

and success that it Township 24 S. Uan;e 35 E.
not supine, awaiting cir notwithstanding was a
Will be furnished to order on short noticeat He names the following witnesses II
cumstances. It behooves every lover of little cloudy and also rained some about ONLY S2O. prove his continuous residence upon ud

the well-being of the great family of man noon. There was a large turnout and the 18.00 per thosand. Dressed lum- cultivation ofsmllaml."iz:U.W Ilolmei

to do what within him lies to make our ladies spread a sumptuous dinner on the ber from 20.00 to 324.00 per thou saud. C.Wilson L. Faber.of City Geo.Point Chester.Fla. and Albet

educational results what the advanced Pic Sic tables, which consisted of all the > 41 ,>\v L..1. BARNES, llegistw.

stage of material progress demands. Men good things man could wish for, and, the LUMBER & SHINGLES 'I

of broad and basic ideas and culture must best that has ever been furnished on all always on hand. SPORTSMEN'S EMPORIUM!

fill the places now occupied by those previous occasions like this. In the center -
whose minds are cramped and biased bya of the table was a beautifully iced C ,

contracted and falsified system of mental cake with a card, "To our worthy Superintendent 1 jr. A. GIBSON Taxidermist ana Naturalist

and physical training, and as we cannot and lady," a token of esteem: ,i Binds & animals mounted with some raped

expect a fountain to play higher than from Miss Lonnie Harrison. After the Produce Commission Merchant. for Anatomy.

?its head it is manifest that our first is _to dinner had been partaken of the young Jacksonville Fla. Everything appertaining to ;shoot?
and fishing to be found at establishment
retire those folks amused and themselveswith my
fogy educators and enjoyed
systemsof [Late senior partner of the firm of Gib- and at reasonable rates.
education which cannot get out of the the usual Pic Xic games until sup-
son & Rockwell, dissolved Jan 1st 1883.] I Also dealer in the Celebrated Liofl
old ruts of traditionary educations, ,and -per was announced, when all assembled brand of Asbestos paint In all colors

since like produces like, the sooner this and did justice to their repast after which KcspccllulljNollcit.s! consign- : ready for use. The best and cheapen

work is begun in carnes the sooner will there remained seven full baskets. After mcnts of paint ever introduced for House or Bed
use. Oil stoves in itiiubla
great variety,
we be cut free from the,dead past and supper all repaired to the Cooper shop ORANGES, SYRUP, HIDES &C. for family or boat use.
rise to_ the living present and ready to where an old time candy pulling was par- LINSEED OIL WARRANTED PaL

step upon the'thr 5holdf the gloriousand ticipated in. Mrs. Ingalls presented the MACHINE Has the largest cash order trade of any

interminable future. Our welfareas little folks with a large dish of nicely EQCAL TO AJTT SINGER is THE MARKET. Frut house in the State. Pratt's Celebrated Astral Oil alt ays k

a nation demands that the step shall popped corn, which pleased them very The above cut represents the most pop- Returns made Jay of Sale. STOCK.Triple

_ be taken. The well-being of our children much. A party from Titusville joinedus ular style for the people which we offer '
you for the very low price of 820.: Ue- plated "Table" ware from tin
" and their children demand that'we shall and a merry time was had until 11
? member, we do not ask you to pay until FOR SALE House of Holmes, Booth& Haydeo.
lay aside the falsities of the past and o'clock when all returned to their homesto you have seen the machine. After having Lanterns Razors, Combs, Nick Xaeb

present, no matter how sacred ,they may dream of the pleasant time they had examined if it 111 not all we represent, THE TITUS in endless variety.
return it to us at our Consult
appear to us through association-lay at the Thirteenth Anniversary Pic Nic of expense. ,
your interests and order at once, or scud Cigars Tobaccos Pipes
them aside b causelbefare proven to be the "First Sunday School, of Indian for circulars and testimonials. oxINDIAN ,

If falsities and rise, even though it seem by Biver." J. Address CII MILES A. Wood & CO., and all smokers' articles.When .
: .. I ... _. No. 17 X. Tenth St., Philadelphia. Pa. RIVER,
,t superhuman effort, to the exigency demanded A "once Heard at a Distance of Nine March 8, 4i 6m you cannot find .

by the great and eventful pres- >Ilnndred miles. containing what you want in the other stores la fr:

ent, and the still greater and more eventful CLEVELAND, March 11.-The Postal FITS, EPILEPSY, Large Office, Parlor, Dining Room, tusville just give R. C. S. a call and 101.< '

: future. We labor early and, late- Telegraph Company's lines are completedto Or Falling Sickness, Pantries, Kitchen, will_ be sure_to get suited. 1-;

year.in and year out so! that, those we I this city, and an experiment has been Permanently cured-Xo Humbng-By one 16 Large Airy Ilcdrooms .,
love may have the wherewith to feed and made in telephoning to New York, a' distance Month's Fit usage i'owdcr of Dr.Goulard's To convince Celebrated sufferers Infallible L. J. CAKLILE. "
clothe the body. Ought we not and i of nine hundred miles. Prominent that these powders will do all wo claim for Quarters,
them we will send them by mall postpaid,a WINE AND SAMPLE ROOMS ;.
shall we not with equal diligence labor to financial men last night talked over the Free Trial box. As Dr Goulard is bo only and all necessary outbuildings.

.< the end that the body in'all its functionsand new line with Cornelius Vanderbilt and special Physician study that and baa as ever to our made knowledge this disease thousands a Cistern of 1 ;,000 gal. capacity, .. AT THE 4

possibilities be duly educated to self- others, who were at the New York office. use of have these been Powders,pel'JWUleDtly.cured, we will guarantee by the a -AlsoFURNITURE-- LUND PACKING. HOUSE. '

reliance, practical judgment and skill in The remarks were plainly heard at both permanent cure In every case or refund yon Trfusvilie *
all money expended. All sufferers Florida
connection with some specific! and exact ends of the line, and the result has caused give these powders an early ttial and be should con- ,

knowledge in the direction ofsome of the considerable excitement in business circles vinced of their curative powers.
Price for large box $3.00 or 4 boxes for 10.00 including 'Piano and Billiard'Table.. FIRST-CLASS BAR,
varied walks.of, ...life. ? here. The tones of voice are conducted Sent by mail to any part of the U.8.or Canada
on receipt of price or by express, C.O.D.
through an elbow to a' small diaphragmabout Address.ASH &ItO UL'(8. The Groundsare Choice JjQuorn Wines and Cilm
Senator. ; 1tne--b going to': Mexico; 47 ly 360 Fulton street,Brooklyn,X.T. ,
14 the size of a new niekeland located Large and
4 ? tf
with his family Nicely Laid Out. Beer always on draught.ti
f n inches from The mouthpiece. The CONSUMPTION -

_. '. J> The President has suspended Wilson E. new machine,is known as the "people'stelephone --:ALSODESIRABLE .LBA1TLE

.: '>. Hoover Associate Justice of the [Positively Cured.All Ne.s :
; Supreme and does not resemble the ordinary TOWN i dgnplcYctmalHnwrot6.pe.t5.a "
1 Court Arizona fending, the Bell telephone or other now sufferers from this disease that are anx LOTS, .I.c.atccVanraCacar.O'so.PeiLdr Ids'
: investiga- any. Ions to be cured sboolil try Dr. Klasner'a cele _
ofbribery.Hoover manufactured. brated Consumption powders. These powdersare For Business or 'Dwelling Houses
j tionjof gained and ,
-.. -. the only preparation known that will cure a a CTEI
.' some notoriety,in Washington in connection Consumption and all diseases of the Throat
A letter from Panama dated March 3 GOOD f.a.r'S
and LANDS ;
; Lungs--Indeed EO strong is our faith In Pm lak,
with the Star Route Jury bribery says, "Charles DeLesseps and 'a numberof them and also to convince you that they are .. J.
no humbug,we will forward to For .
every sufferer Gardening.
r :;- case. tf .r k ,i ., gyn.s engineers have arrived here from by mail post Box. [ ra.i'ia.." '

h s .. Secretary Chandler invites proposals: France. A powerful i We dont want yyourremoney until you are Terms Easy to Responsible_
dredge- &-expected perfectly satisfied ot their curative powers. U .
from American ship-builders for,ihe'COn. in about a week from the United States, your life is worth saving,dont delay in giving Parties. : PATENT, HO'PAY.,
I ; these powders a trial,aa they will surely cure
t etruction of the three. steel ,cruisers,ands I It nd'then work on the mouth of the canal you. Price' ,for large box $3.00 or4 Boxes for Apply or address, PATENTS Obtained rices. Compounds.Meehanfcd Ijg* .
'10.00. Sent too any part of the United .
the dispatch boat authorized by the Navy on the Atlantic' will be formally. com- Canada. ,by mall. on receijtot price. Address Mates or -MRS. ]1. E. TITUS and* to Labels.patentablllrr All preliminary of inventions exan, freer in J"a ",

bilL menced." L'i8. ffinilie *dU ***r
w} Appropriation forobtainjnglral.Dtd's i
47 ly 'SOD Fulton street, s.
Brooklyn Y.
Txtusville, : : : : Florida. ehere"AddJ'e_.LOt'1SBAtwEaZtp '
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.1t. regular trips onor about from the ''' In connection with the DeBary Line.
t- ,TITUSVILLE; FLORIDA.r Titusville and'Lake Santord for Rockledge Mondaysand t IN SMALL OR LA!)GE TRACTS.

f. Y (Touching: at all Intermediate Thursdays.

.1-' ... ,:',:t on totd each and every alternate Rockledge Tuesdays &Fridays. Qi
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> ." CINDERELLA is .
.. ,. "" < most safe Boat afloat. t mutt be at Rocllcdgc (Wilkin- the *
:' /' perfectly miles NORTH of Titusville, County Seat of Brevard county, and ONE mile
i- -. three separate and distinct wharf) Mondays and Friday
t. _"vXi0, Oldest and Most Reliable Place of perfect water-tight com H. Smith Captain, H. P. Wilkin- from LaGrange,where a good School'.r and Church is accessible.a,

! .,. She has also all the modern ; Co., Agents Feb 1st 6m40
r; and improvements of..steam The permanent survey of ,the Palatka and Indian River Railway is located
t &c., J. M. Dixon, through these lands and the gre at Atlantic Coast Canal, which is being rapidly
f ,
:'.. on Indian Biver, Dealing in : : FLORIDA. constructed, will also run close by.
will .R.
Nearly completed, Dealer in
" i Connections with the Cfl D
between Medicines, Chemicals, For terms of sale, address,. M. T.JONES,

t General Merchandise Fancy and Toilet Articles.
Titusville and at Titusville Florida
Dye-stoffi Paints Oils
: .f strictly Further particulars in future ,
None' but. first-dots goods ares ment. &brushes,&almost everything until March 1st after which time address him at Long Pond, Georgia. [42

.... by a first-class Drug House.
:0: Any drug, medicine or in-
t bought and sold at this Stand. I@The undersigned desires it needed by customers The Florida; Star Printing Office.ALL .
-' understood that this
tinctly not on hand, will be ordered.
:;.:,'" for a day, but for all time Prescriptions carefully compounded
n- that it is put upon this Route or day with accuracy and dispatchby KINDS OFMERCHA.NTILE

0 as permanancy, Summer competent persons. Iy36
\ and he respectfully asks the PRINTING,

., :: and encouragment of the W. B. MOORE
: tain him in his enterprise Such as Bill Heads,Note and Letter Heads, Business Cards Monthly Statements.
' .Remember A Dollar will buy exactly promising on his part to do all
11i: > Commission
:' in his power to make it Fwelopes,Programmes,Posters,Etc.,Etc.
.'-:. tageous to all parties AND DEALER IN .
: $1.00 worth.Established .
22tf W. A. L. > ) Furnished at Short Notice.

e -.. In 18T3. 50Cts Only! 50 Cts Only! 50 and .

,, .,,',1'.,'... Elegant Pew and CARPETS, MATTING, OIL CLOTH,
\ f" *
,,:, .Address orders to 50 entl Only! Supplies. Window Shades, Dry Goods,

This is by far the

_, The Headquarters Store, \ : : Florida.
Bible for the money ever 10th 1980. U 47 KOHN FURCHGOTT & BENEDICTJACKSONVILLE
: Titusville, Fla.
tains both the Old and New
a._ Opened for the Season. ANOTHER'S AT ., FLA. ,
translated out of the
WiirA man who is interested in his own U DOE N & BATES'
Special attention paid to Orders and Correspondence concerning .

; welfare will be pleased to know that with all the former Music House Goods.

ANDREW GIBSON ly compared and revised.It House In America Selling

Great Inducements are.. offered to Dealers,
Keeps the finest oysters to be found in has a beautiful cloth
'Titus Tille, somely lettered in gold on side i.'r eta Hotel and Housekeepers.We .

-0- on back, red edges and printed keep everything imaginable in the line of goods mentioned above. -

.l6'rIn describe wants limit cost of and ,will receive
Plain and Fancy Cake made to order.. type containing altogether ordering your goods you
what order.
Baler's Bread always on hand. one hundred and thirty you

...':, ,Also a first.class Barber shop attached.
Bibles no better are sold for & ,OrgansOn WALTON, WHANN & co.,

even three times the money
the One Price System. PLOW BRAND<<
Will be furnished to order on short notice _
this little gem."Ahandaomeg. Uniform Price toIl And That The
.. at 818.00 per thousand. ,
LUMBER ft SHINGLESAlways for Lowest Known. Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure.PREPARED .
ers and scholars and one sure to
( usual system of selling Pianos and
on hand.C. is for the dealer
Evangelist."The to charge any
.. EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable growers of
he for them without
MAGRUDER & CO. wonder is, how anything can a fair get profit or the customers'regard Florida. It will produce a heavy but sound and healthy growth on growing trees,
.. and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit.
can be got up so cheap1- But we are proud to say that IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and in the
has been
method of
NORWOOD'SFast If you want a Bible now is the never benefit of our purchasers selling.and to latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.IT .

Hack Line send for it. One copy of the re them the at full the value outset of of their our money busi a IS SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED. FOR PINE.A.PPLE8.A

-4- all books" sent postpaid to twelve years since WALTON, WHANN & CO., '

.. of 50 cents The One Price System.
on receipt Only.
The Cheapest and Most Direct to this we attribute our immense and Wilmington, Del.

ROUTE UNITED STATES perous trade. Selling on this square Ask Captain McLean of the loop "Agnes" to bring you slack of the
49 North Ninth renders it imperative that the price
very lowest one that can be given.
ToTltusvllIeand Indian River. 22.ly pledged to this. We always have PLOW BRAND.
CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL.c it, and will always will do It. It's I
Valuable [ creed and our practice. No other pi-i
-4- and organ house deals on this princi. JXO. ANDERSON, of Ormond Agent for East and South Florida.
- For Sale!
.ONE. trip DAILY between the ST. -
JOHNS and INDIAN RIVERS. Thirty acres of land in the prices in plain figures are placed
instrument. A child can buy as COLLINS ft COIHARTFORDEatabllahed
Leaves Enterprise EVERY Morning, ar- Hammock. Splendid new as the sharpest trader. All other

riving at Titusville the SAME day. Wire Fence around twelve ."have"High prices and give dis 1826.MANUFACTURERS ,"
Hundred young and healthy
.. "One Price" system saves time in
Returningleaves Forty bearing trees. and is the only satisfactory ,way a

Titusville EVERY morning, arriving Front. Six acres as fine cane and seller;for on the high price
vat Enterprise In the evening.< land as there is in the state. discount system, .even though the
buys, he Is not sure that he has
Address the land of the Hon. Wm. .
prices. .
"; :''"W.. S. Norwood Here isa good opportunity for ..
7. to Piano and Organ Buyers.

1 ; TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. desiring to make a good \ quick. Why!Because an advance ',.. .,,--. ,
.. ,.. the place must be sold. Tit1 is almost certain. Pianos and or- 1
< :
f.l. f. <* Parties intending to purchase are on a boom. The demand ex ,
,. C. d. HECTOR; enquiries of Dr. G. W. the supply. All the factories are : .
orders. Dealers with cash in
W. H. Sharpe.' For.terms
< cannot get instruments as fast as
,, 'Hardware'and particulars address A. P. Prices of material and labor are -

.. man Ga. or B C. Perham City '. The present low prices of Pl- OF
.. i and Organs cannot continue and will
i.- confer with Captain .Peter n rule in the next ten years.Those

.\ ; : General Produce the fast sailing sloop "Mist" buy now will 'gave' money. Large Axes Hatchets Picks

.. parties to see the just made with Manufacturers
.,,'. : it '. carry enable us to guarantee present prices ,
:' MERCHANT January 1st 1882. After that we AND OTHER EXTRA. QUALITY :
promise nothing. Delays are danger
Melbourne '- Florida. Magnificent stock now on hand. TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also .
.. ; .t a.t 1\vember 10th.1880. ft, 47 J. Grand Makers. Over 200 different
-. now in our warerooms. Elegant FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER FLOWS .
'." Will ship Oysters, to order 8200Beautiful Organs 850.
Of all sizes and $5 $30. : Machine
to all points on the Indian installment Terms. Sent on trial. prices from to Also; Plowing
: >a >fl > sit inducement that any responsible Farmers will receive valuable Information, catalogue, Ac.,
Rivera in shell
or gallon. can offer. Competition with the by writing to the maker., -
j--: None but bedded Oysters Don't fail to send for our Cata- COLLINS York.
. 1t' A CO., 212 Water St., New
small order and fall Price Lists, 1882. Address r
' ,
? ,
"iI. .. -- '
-.' ;#>rERS aad.FAR..F.Rs'SOXS. l' I Will also ship Turtle,to & Bates' Southern Music! 'house, i- ivaiSgswsffga,.....IOhi". l=al sraortb-asra ..
C7AR t.Wtotl50 lfirFor further particulars SAVANNAH, GA. LA I 1411 trub. H.AYI th. 1b.rt4u'Coo llUoo
: 'lAKE' .. Great Piano ct, Fowdtra are baolnUlr pw and ImmeotelT:
;, ')'f .t_PaJl P.KK. KO YTU J. Wholesale Organ Depot ftJublL. Sotfalar oo wth will mmke beat Ur Ute IbridM'.OondlUonfowdenu DOM.ItMcpoonfal
i --"' .KcCUBDyaoo.pb1l&4e1ph1aPa.aod WInter. Pot' I- tf 26 St. I 'cJ the South. ,... ID I pial IDoII.cola mrnrb.rs or unt b7 mall tor.1.uer4tlmpL L3.Jo atcmCOnB


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'THE BRIGHT REAPER: I 'ton,:and'IfwilltDanktully'acCept. your j "Xo-T don't,,, regard"you .as'' comf *" Home,", Economies.- st.an es. Collet de Herbois said, ;t
offer. ,My name'is'Jessie Lane.:' jpany| !"*" ,*" . ,-- :"' ninnies and the JoMilues audtpe fjJ.:
of j I'--C QCAIL. .. nice to
X '-the e.brlgbtsntomnal :. : Quail are very steam lies and the
saw eatll Grand
>'7 6 After that it all with ( Panjandrum'liS
if the oddness the was up Rupert
:t.**;:leaves,'',. *-. j, ,". .' ir j ill ,: She laughed as ( until nearly done, then roast in the with the little
r '"FallofftheTrosty path of ages'flownr mutual 'Introduction amused bent: and Chessington, and, he went back to the brown round button at t
'And,there an, angel, bound them up in Mr. Rupert Chessington made up his; Sea Spray,. acknowledging,that he 'was ;,oven to a nice bastmg frequent-j they all fell to playing the '"
sheaves: _, ,, t ly; with melted butter in water. Serve catch-as-catch-can
:% As one, who.garners. in the field alone.,- mind, then and there, that she was the in love at last, and with an unknown, f then ou'soft buttered reset. till the mpo '
had obscure ; who for other reasons | ran out of tie heels of their boo.
very nicest girl he met in many a girl PtDDIXOfa"orite .
Lone who garners quietly and iings'A "I CUP cup pudding The laugh turned
; fore > strong '
it than her dislike for society, or { e- against'
that all the hush with, music day. 1i'
.song is made'of six eggs, beaten very >
; Macklin
hriIls. 4k "Well. then, Joe, spring .in here and ;jcuniary reasons: was summering-. at1' tablesjHxmfuls ; and the laugh lasbeep eekbrfi
seven and
of flour
WhiM breezes low waft lumber-- ,1.from_their,- row yourself- to"'shore." You won't ba'eany Glen Inlet. I! light, from the Great Piazza RoomLVft
wings tAtid I one pint of sweet milk. Stir these all sands
Twitightiistenson.. the' lonely bilk.' trouble to take yourself only, will jyou j I IIe liked her all the.better for it, tai.ie ., t together briskly and bake in cups. '' during since Foote's the century .thaiTelapsed al
r .?" j ]l honored her for her sensibleness, drollery ? "*
+ Among the leaves tb* smiling spirit found f I a Macklin's
Were some asfair lun'and dew could The alacrity with'which: the overgrown and he was'over head and ears in love j lobster meat into dice and stir_ it into straws of ridicule.fe monstrous memory with t&i! i ,'
form; lad changed from the Nellie to -
with the dainty, gray-eyed golden-
But there were some .her gentle fingers j lialf iint of cream sauce. Seaionwith ..
hound the Clytie was sufficient answer, and ]haired girl. I little grated '
cayenne pepper, a Honesty the Best
TLat withered were and sered with rain neither Chessington nor Miss Lane i Policy..
and storm | The next three weeks were the most nutmeg and lemon peel to taste. Stir i
could avoid a smile at his expense>> as The Duke of '
j blessed ones he had ever spent>> in his j it over the tire until it is well heated Bucck-uch in one o'hfc

,Then I was sad because I koew that I Chessington seated in the Nellie, Joe j life., lie appalled the I souls of Miss \then fill pate-shells with the hot walks, purchased a cow In the neigh! ;
Had wasted there full many a precious rowed off for dear life in the other mixh
;year; ,. i Balleray anti Madge Lambert daily, by |tare () of Dalkieth, wliich was to be aoi t
The angel paused in pity at'my sigh. boat ]his persistent neglect of them and their VEXISOX TTIES.-Cut cold roast to his place' on tl.e: following mores
And Knowing all thinking, said with M"I dare he thought it was all (
my say The
cheer: dear dozen friend I j venison into dice, and heat about a | next day., the Duke in his MOO;,

right," Jessie said, apologetically I j lIe continued liis solitary excursions ]pint of it in half a pint of thickened j jj inn dress, espied, boy ineffectuaDj 4.
'Fear not! the Future still stall bring the "He had no business to think so, temptin to drive
leaves' solitary till he came to Glen Inlet j j gravy. Or asoll.it anv way you I 1 fomrdti
I take
though. you straight
And if thou keepest. them bat sweet and where Jessie, was always ready to accompany ; choose and moisten it, then stir it over j its destination. The l oy. not knowipj,
back Miss Lane would rather
or you I
the Duke
fair fish him or entertain him and bewitch 1 the fire until scalding hot. Fill i)iite- bawled out to him:-
Then will 'I sift'the withered from my a while longer? |
him until one day he told her he shells and hot j '"IIie. mun, come here
sheaves. I serve as as possible.j and gfe'i
"If you please, I will go back. Aunt 'I'j I i ii tuau'
And place instead the bright and lovely j !
there Mattie will be worried about me, and if' cued her dearly, and that it was the j i \(} Cmm.\XT5.-To swell i I wi' this beast. Come here, mI
wish of his life to haw her for his { I and help us an'
I should keep dinner vaiting-" lone : the currants for cakes, after they are i!t sure as anything 11
In what the angel said I was consoled. I wife. give half I '
you get. .
I raised my head; her smile upon me She leaned contently against the side of I picked i and cleaned, pour toiling water
the boat, trailing her hand in the dashing And Jessie with her lovely gray eyes' over them and let them stand covered The Duke went, and lent the luipiog

She passed ; I stood misses as one who in the cold he water, while the two children sat I sbadowedith the tenderness of love j over with a plate for two minutes ; hand.
Awakes,and some sweet thing
dreamed. quiet as chtirchmice, snatching Ches- j and trust unspeakable, looked in his I i drain away the water, taiow currants "And now," said the Duke, lather

sington, with awe and admiration,as he I handsome, eager face, and told him she 'I on a cloth to dry them, :'..d do not use trudged along, uhow much do you

.. J' pulled long steady strokes that sent had loved him from the moment he had I until they are cool. think )'e'U get for the job ?*'
The Heiress. them spinning along ; while Chessing- rowed up beside her that summer dare BROILED SWEET POT.TOE.Tl1in "I dinna ken," said the boy; ''bu!

Madge Lambert gave a vexed little : ton"She t And as he took her in his arms, and ly pare large tine sweet iotatoes. Cut rill sure o's+nuethita', for the: folks it

toss of ,her.head-a gesture intended to is the. most sensible girl I ever imprinted a lover's ardent kiss on her them lengthwise into thick slices and the big house are good to a'bodies."

be awfully-annihib: .ting to Mr. Rupert came across. Pretty, modest, dignified, I warm scarlet mouth, and wrapped his broil them over a clear hot fire. When A.s they approached the house the!

Chessinjrton, standing on the lower step pleasant, with no sham reserve about arm about her supple, waist, his heart crisp and brown put them upon a hot Duke disappeared from the boy, and

of the piazza of the Sea Spray House. her any more than too much freedom. gave great throbs of blissful thanksgiving platter, sprinkle pepper>> and salt over entered by a different way. Calling the

*"Very well Go,, of course, Mr. And what a ,thorough lady she is I for this blessing on him. them and add butter cut into small butler, he put a soverei uLt
Chessington, if you prefer ; but really I I: know it as well as if, I had met her a pieces. Serve fresh and very hot. I saying, 4Give that' to the boy who
thousand times." SHRIMP SALAD. Peel the boiled brought the cow.
think it is too bad of I" -
you The rude piazza of the Sea Spray
And Jessie shrimps and when thoroughly cold The Duke, having returned to the
sitting so
44 Of course it is too bad," added contentedly' House was a bewildering! bright scene,
pretty,little Miss Balleray, "when you opposite him, her gray eyes dropped to with a half-dozen' ""or sO' gaily-dressed (those bought in cans are very nice) arrange avenue, was soon rejoined by.the boy:

know that to a dozen young ladles stopping the'shining waves, thought-if ever : girls standing in earned conversation them in a circle upon leaves of "Well, how much did you get?"'

at the Sea Spray there are only there was a gentleman, in manner, I chattering like magpies, as,, Mr.'Ches, fresh lettuce. Pour a mayonnaise "A shilling," said the "boy, "n",

such a few gentlemen. I know what speech and'actions, it was, this hand ,:I sington came leisurely to the house. sauce in the centre and serve at once. there's half o' it tore."

the trouble is.. you're tired of all of some stranger who was rowing her to I 'Sometimes a tablesixxmful! of chopped "But you surely got more than a sh2*.

us, .and: you :are' reserving your forces, shore. I dark Madge head Lambert tossed her pretty parley is added to the dressing for this ling," said the Duke.

until the much talked of heiress arrives. "If lOU will fell me opposite which saucily. salad. "Xo," said the toy, as sure as death

"I am afraid I shall have to incur hotel I am to row you," he said, as after There Didn't I say Mr. Chessington PICKLED Toxn t'Jo-: A gOI otl: -sized that's a' I got ; and d'ye no think it'i

; awful risk contradicting a'lady' ana] most delightful hour's conversation, would not fail to be on hand to tongue requires to l>oll at least three plenty ?" ,

Chessington, good-naturedly. he rested on his oars and awaited her greet the heiress ? You men can't with hours. It is a good plan to soak it overnight 4 I do not," said the Duke; "and as Ii

Haughty Madge Lambert flashed him command.She stand such a golden temptation. Mr. in cold water. To cook it put it am acquainted with the master of the '

.. a half indignant; half sarcastic glance laughed. Chessiugton, she"has arrived." on in cold water and let it come to a house, if you return with me 'think

from her black eyes. "Oh, not at any hotel. I am stopping "She : Who ? boil. Some cooks change the water that I can l'tOU some more."

"And then, when. she has arrived, I at one of the fishermen's cottages, Madge laughed sarcastically when it is half done ; if this course is They went back ; the Duke rang the

dare say Mr. Chessington will suddenlylose about three miles further down." "There isn't the least use of you pretending taken, be sure that the fresh water is 111, and ordered all the servants to tie

all his wonderful interest in his Secretly_Chessington delighted at not to know who I mean. boiling bofore the tongue is placed :a it. assembled."Xow '

solitary boat tides and fishing exclusions the prospect of continuing in her so Your indifference is charming, but notthe RICE BREAD nukes a pleasing variety ," said ,the Duke to the boy,

while we ladies get through the ciety. genuine article. You know I mean at the breakfast table. Take one "point me out the person who gave you

day as well as we can, for lonesomeness "Yes, I know what you mean, I the heiress: we have been expecting so pint of well-cooked rice, half a pint of the shilling."

Mr. Chessington,jou're selfish." think-The place we call Glen Inlet?" I long." flour, the yolks of four eggs, two table- The boy replied, "It was that chap

44 Well, yes--rather, if always wanting "Yes. ,And you can't imagine how I Chessington smiled-a sort of pity spoonfuls of butter melted, one pint of there," pointing to the butler.

the best of everything concerned is lovely ,it is, there-old fashioned- rather coming over him as he remembered how milk and half a teacupful of salt ; heat The butler confessed, fell on his
what you call selfish," he said, pleas crowded quarters, to be sure, but withnot much happier he, was than the man these all together ; then, lastly add the knees, and attempted an apology; but

.. antly. "But I'll redeem my character the faintest vestige of anything likestyle'or who should be fortunate enough with I whites of the four eggs, which you the Duke indignantly ordered him to

by proving to you that which' will amusement." this new comer. : hate beaten to a stiff froth. Bake in give the boy the sovereign, and quit his

doubtless set heart "And<< you actually are boarding there, : shallow ns in tin. service instantly.
your at rest. I don't "Yes, I hail really forgotten. Arrived i or gem Serve
Relieve in
and beauty. And I would commit one of the hotels? The Sea Spray, for Miss Balleray went up to him in her .' "your character and your situation 6yyour

hari-kari before I'd marry an heiress. instance, is a good house, and a pleasant, gushing covetousness ; learn henceforth

There !'Am I vindicated ?" company there." way. A Droll Trial of Memory. that honesty is the best policy."
He bowed and walked off toward the Jessie laughed. "I prophesy you will be the very -
:beach where his boat and "Xot II I came to the seashore to first to go wild over her. She is just Memory was aAivorite subject with The boy had by this time recognized

awaited, him. fishing tackle enjoy myself, and get away from fashionand what you will like. Great, big gray Macklin. He asserted that by his system his assistant in the person of the Duke;

"What a lot of idiots a fellow comes dress and such things." eyes, and the poldenest hair. And so he could learn anything rote at and the Duke was so delighted with the

across in the course of his life. Mary "And you. succeed in esjoying yourself romantic ; I wonder you never cameacross once hearing it. This was enough for sterling worth and honesty of the boy

an heiress. Sot if.she'were as beanti-- ?" her in your solitary rambles. She Foote, who, at the close of the lecture that he ordered him t* be sent to's hoo',

ful 'as Venus,'and every? word she "Admirab1y-since five weeks ago. actually has lieeii staying all summer (Macklin was lecturing at the Great and provided for him at his own ex><

dropped was transmitted into a Kohi- You are the first devotee of the world down at old Bettz, the fisherman's cottage. Piazza Room, now the Tavistock Hotel), {nettle: .__ w

noor !" that I have seen since I came to Glen : But then,Jessie Lane always bas handed up the following sentences to

.ud.then. Mr. Chessington pushed off Inlet." her own curious tastes and ideas. At Macklin, desiring that he would 1* good A Curious- Tree.

in his surf-boat, dashing and plunging Her gray eyes sparkled mischievously all events she is here now and I am dying enough to read them and afterward repeat Lieutenant Houghton, who has recently -

through the breakers like a sailor fisher "Is that really so ?" he asked, lookingat to introduce you to her, Mr. (lies- them from memory. IIere .is the visited Xew Guinea and several

born and bred..- >. her. "I hope, though, you will not !1 I sington." wondrous nonsense : other srrouiw of islands in the Pad ic.

He rowed a* mile'or'so,out,:straightto condemn yourself to such isolation anylonger lie stood confounded a minute while "So she went into the garden to cut a reports th existence of a prehensile

another* fishing boat> containing a ,, at, least from me. :May I notjoin he tiled to realize it..1esie cabbage-leaf to make an apple pie, and, tree. It appears to be a species of ficms

couple bf little barefooted boys of seven your solitary amusement ? I at the same time, a great she lear coming allied to the well-known Lulyan: -ttee,
his darling, the heire whomhe
and ten, a tall, gawky lad of sixteen or promise to be most obedient." ; s ; :. up the street pops its head into the which throws out from its branches air
declared before them all
seventeen, who was not a little dismayed A delicious, faint' flush crept softly I would sooner commit suicide than, he shop. 4What no soap?' So he tUd roots, that eventually reach the ground,

at the momentarily increasing swellof over her rare, pale face;'as she laughed."I many Jessie his :-t''fd thought and she very imprudently married the and take root there and in their,, turn j 1
the sea and the freshening south am not sure Ted and Rick will i gra barber : and there were present the Pic- become new stems which the f
fur little in her perform
girl blue
cheap tlannel 1
wind, and a young girl with wonderfully allow it. They are itisep+arables." take our cue from France, and stimulate same function so tint a single tree wiI1
suit with ; _
11+gloves or veil her
lovely gray eyes-grave, thoughtful, And she looked. at the little barefoot on enlarged system of internal improvements. eventually extend so far as to form! a
hands or face he the heiress
yet bright'and flashing, as she looked ?. great A canal from Lake Michigan -
whose comings and goingswhose doings complete forest, in which tie! stem are;
at ,Chessington while he rowed nearer ; to the Mississippi would be in
Chessington gravely produced+ a handful and savings were chronicled in the united by the branches to each other.
and nearer' in response to a hallo from of pennies, which he gave them. order. Railroad should form a net work The prehensile treein question similarly .'
daily whose dre
of pai'ers- :>ses were copied: of
the our varied
one youngsters."You :geographical interests
"Xow, young: gentlemen, may I by less favored mortals, whose presencewas The throws out from its branches long, flex
seem ,to, be in a little di icul- government should liberally endow
I escort you and Miss Lane on a charm; as welcome a- the sunshine ibletrudrilswhichWuch'ugthe ground
ty he said, as he laid down his oar antouched d lug excursion 1 know of to-morrow I'' "And she is with a fund all our water courses, thus do not take mot theie, but twine around
his hat courteously.She pretty, too, MadgeLaml affording< constant employment for tens their
article within
any lie ,
"I must make it conditional then '' may
i bowed, ert said, a little venomously, as if of thousands in rei airing and remodeling branches
re.1ch.ner.a tinw these uifc-i .
j said Jessie, gaily. "Please promise me it were quite a shame. "I :1her, as the same. 7 i
"Joe seems to be a little demoralized Anaryandstandingarni y th*' .
contract, so that they fail to reach
won't tell there is "
you anyone anybodydown went to -
room. should
be of
.3 think. There is no danger is there ? proportions that they <
ground but the like processes
; fiunrr-
at the Inlet, will you ? Occasionally c;;
-"If you had a man in charge who Qiessinghm looked self-iHto se sedlyup would also attract portions of the surplus continue to closely gill the article ;

runiterstood his business there would be fishing parties' come to arrange: at the army of faces."I stock of humanity. The country round which have twined tljeB-> ,
with Uncle they
Ben-horrible, isn't it ?
l no shadow of danger. If you will al- But I always contrive that no one .sees am glad you think Jessie; i is must be one vast wjrkhouse, interspersed selves, and whirl: art consequently"-... .

+ low me to change places with your pilot me, for I am determined not to 1*? pretty. I think she is i the loveliest girl with amusements, or else we pended in mid-air. It this way article "

.I will..row you to shore. I, am RupertChessiiigtou drawn into fashionable linn.. S> you did not know I was et amay spring an issue with some foreign of considerable, weiirht may lie literaBf
society this' :
V of CLessington & Van I gaged to her ?" State, and thus embroiled furnish employment picked ground raJ uM .
summer if I ran llOSSiblhell' it. I Kp fl'Ul1l.th ;> 'i
Lawn,'brokers, Wall street;at present don't want to see And then followed a sudden lull !in for hundreds of thousands SUSM>U-4nl. ;'
stopping the Spray: House." don't the merrv chatter, that eloquently expressed Prolonged peace puts a people in a '. I ",
., you regard me as company sorry plight. The fact is, it is a sort Milwaukee nun made three unsuccessful .
lie tnucbed his hat again, and bowed I ?' the dumbfounded astonishment

slightly;.and., iled--a,frank,.pleasant i He look, with .admiring, ectful Chessinton'uururmcPlueut had unad e. of a robbing Peter to pay Paul business, attempts to blow his brain ,
really a Kilkenny cat affair out and bin:
eating then hU told
one wife
t smile, that.was Deceived just as franklyi i eyes straight in hervownv: and,that ex-: I So Cupid hadhs own way at the seaside another Whereas "
.. up. to be healthy it John ltat'ea'tgot
and pleasantly. > Jquisite little flush just surely though
. warmed her fac as as there had from a national I
I standpoint, we must any. He. goes about, saying,11
You kind Mr. ChessinI :again been no such thing as Fate to
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t'TriPto ht a-Husband., : tation' was intended': for-actual" accept- I r uYes;.coneeming your niece.J; I' Recent. LeiaiDecIshons.- Judge decided that it was void ; but on

{G i l' $;'- ancetx the tourists decidedupon; :* "Concerning Bertha-let'me see. Alight I' I an appeal to the New York Court of
:k;. *ropic8' Sunset oti theMitts T f hei 1./ VIDE.CB.-PREaUMPTIOX
i!- 'Snart tl morrow. *, 4. .. I dawns inon me ; do you., Nave I OFDEXivfeiY Appeals the decree in this case-Thorp

{ "' of a Louisianafolreststately v ,' V'On that dame .; towards after-"i I been deceived? We,fear she is losing "': OF TELEGRAMS. 2. AOEKCT VS; Thorp-was re ersed. Judge Tracy,
., Whatachaos of noble color, .Bertha I'errshaw'sar}Li her her health and I -LOAN' -,RATIFICATION. The in
noon, room,* spiitsh"t upholding the marriage, said: "The.
r'.'r.F- R:whjtiaidenbf_;. ,blossom apd of odor, thinking of Jerrold Gray. She had Site Hln: love with Jerrofd Pray." .I superintendent. of a mike' owner. borrowed marriage being a valid contract by the

.: -rtat' .joyal%- ,prodigality of, untram- dreamed of him.during the night, and Then )Ierton'toll' him all 'that had money,at a' bank to pay the miners, laws of Pennsylvania, it must beheld

'." it ..IThe"spotwbm a partyofliad'elicairped packed all his scruples all,his love and executed notes in the name'of his unless'it'
j." she: was wondering why. It..was not ; ; ; to be valid here, is contrary to
: themselves, 'for of' dearth) *ol !"y fuel Ais esolve never to a woman so : principal for the loan, and sent letters '
because a ... ung, ;| ,marry I natural law or the express prohibition ofa
f7 >iafcbt wss at the height of somefft f far above him in fortune." and telegrams to his principal at his
; th among the circle of her acquaintances.And statute. The provisions of our statuteare
; .W'..:&......,,< i' of fle.sea ; and a glowing swetpdiwiand Bertha. ": I of what he had done. No replies were .
; 4 el heiress. She was acquainted with all this-to have no effect outside of the State in
>. country-yellow maize fields, the old men and women in the country. The three were in close consultation received from him. Upon refusal to the absence of express words! showingthe

" :orchard's,villages,and. gardens-stretch- and their numerous complaints She for an hour, and when Merton set out : pay the bank brought suit on the.notes, legislative intent to give them that

t ed ,away league, beyond league before was god-mother: to half the babies. I I on his return, something of the old and recovered judgment. The defend- effect, and no such words are to be

7 them. The young planters of all the adjoining vivacity had returned to Bertha. ant appealed to the Supreme Court of found in it. This disqualification to

:,;. The party which made up this encampment counties,were in love with her, and proposed I "Well," said Jerroldwhen his friendreturned Colorado, who also decided the case- marry again, like the disqualification by
:, consisted of four menNortherners Breed First National Bank of Cen-
to her at regular intervals. But "have you seen them V" vs. statute upon a person convicted ,of
:' tour of pleasure and tral favor of the bank
on ,a "Yes." City-in The
Bertha was remantic. She was very felony to,testify, is imposed as an.additional -
. ojteerv t OU. Three yere gentlemen oft I happy as she was, and if she did marry, "And Bertha:,well ?" Chief Justice (Elbert) in the,opinion punishment for the offence of "
: : the fourth-Jerrold Gray said "1. Greenleaf in his work
wealth; 'but he must be more of a hero;to win her, Merton looked grave. : on which he has been, convicted, and
':_' was a dependent nephew of one of, "Yes he slid "as well as could beexpected evidence, said : 'If a letter is sent bypost
than any she had seen., I neither has any force or effect beyond
! richtrio. His uncle,had-educated it is from the known
the ; under the circumstances.The .
Had seen i
, Jerrold Gray the pretty the territorM limits of the State in
bits *nd now, at the end of his collegiate fortunes of have dealt hardly course in that detriment of the public -
; heiress, and known that he was the war which it is imposed, "PAtZo. Record..
had taken him on this service that it reached its destina-
i course, 11.131ost
with her. She of ,
subject of her thoughts, he might have every penny .
conclusion'Jerrold was tot tion at the time and .
tout At her fort une." regular was received -
been more flattered t scarcely more !
choose a profession' and commence singifrfcanded in ,love than he really was. Her, room Jerold Gray's eyes sparkled. by the person ,to whom it was Buddah.

the battle of life. His uncle was alT".l11gedyitb: all the simple taste "You do not seem souME.'nl'tIlIY the addressed, if living at the place and _.
,tad a number of children, so that: .Jer- of a well-bred girl. Her hanging bookshelves ill luck of the girl: you said you loved," usually receivingletters there.' This Even in the full middle ages we find

'rold could not reasonably expect to inherit were weB filled with their row said Merton. presumption has also been,held to appl}, Marco Polo ,writing, "Had he bet-u a
and his independence to .2. The silence of Breed Christian he would have been a great
any&Hiej "
of poets, their row of useful works "Xo, replied the young: man, ,
him -decline further pecuniary the receipt of letters and telegrams saint of our Lord Jesus Christ, so holy
prompted upon *
The neat little writing table, with. its cause row<< she is on a level with me
."* will this and pure was the life he led ;" while in
by presumption ratify
aid. gilt inkstand, and its pretty, costly and I can offer her my hand without '
Leavfag his companions cooking the loss of self-respect." acts of his agent. .And it was properto our day the professed 'opponents of his
nick-nacks, stood in the window, and '
; In true camp fashion Jerrold show for the of charging system, whether Catholic .or Angelican
supper above it hung the cage of her pet canary Obtaining leave of absence, Lieutenant 'purpose '
strolled off to view the panorama that There was a piano, too,. and a Gray started for the Fensliaw's on Breed, and as bearing upon the ques- prelates, Wesleyan or Baptist mission

.' was stretched beneath .the surrounding well-filled music-stand. the following day. The uncle received tion of ratification, that the money aries, agree in the judgment of M. Bar-

MIL As he stood listlessly leaning him graciously-tbe niece with a joy borrowed was expended in his business thelemy Saint-Hilaire, one of its severest -

against a tree, he broke out into a UIKHI all the rooms was the impressand that found expression in her lustrous and to his advantage.". and least fair critics, that "with'the
evidence of, womanly taste and sole of the Christ there i is1:
chance song... Hejwas, a tine but ejes in the warm clasp of her hand, and FIRE INSURANCE-OTHER INSUR- no
singer,possessed of a highly cultivated justness ; nothing was prim, everything in the very eloquence of her silence. ANCE -AVOIDING POLICY. A fire more touching figure than his among

} voice, and'sang with all the abandon of I was properly arrangoU AboveAll Before his departure he told her his policy had a condition in it that the in- the founders of religion," so entirely is
neither i
3.Cammed solitude. in books, pictures music. love, and her trembling lips had clung oured should not be entitled to recover he without spot and blemish "the

He did not see the bright, black eyes nor on the dressing-room in the adjoining to his in a betrothal kiss. up HI it if he got other insurance on the finished model of the heroism the self-

hat were watching him, nor the dainty Toorn, was there the smallest, siguof tentdrawback Titer are married.now, and happy, in property without the consent: of the renunciation, the love, the sweetness,he
"fastness1 that almost ur that were listening, both of which 1 spite of a piece 'flf anti-marriage deceiton secretary the company.; Other insurance commands." Nor, however doubtful

belonged tone of the prettiest and i to tlie charms of the young the part of the bride. was taken out by the owner with- many details of his life,may be, is there

wealthiest heiresses Louisiana." She i' ladies of the present day.But hold you forgive me a great-a out_ getting the consent ; but the policy, any reasonable room for skepticism as

sat on a splendid horse; and made a i none of those things; interesit very great deception, provided it was by reason of misrepresentation n and because to its main outlines?, We know: that, of
picture had.TeITold it would our heroine just now, and in the middle royal lineage and heir to throne he
[ that, seen I intended<< to make us tenth happy fur of prior insurance, was void. On a ,
have eclipsed the' opposite landscape of her reverie she heard tIle arrival of life?" tusked Bertha, soon after the the trial the company was beaten on its gave up father and wife and children to

upon which he was gazing. She waited tin tourists, and the voice of her uncle quiet wedding. defense! of the violation of this condi- become a religious mendicant, and that

there, fascinated, and trusting to the welcoming them JIastSy finishing her "Yes." tion, the Judge deciding that there was years of heroic mortification and fierce

_' shelter. of the trees"" until he turned and toilet, she went
.'. retraced his steps. room, where she found the gentlemen deterred you when he told you I and an appeal was taken to the Supreme night'under the bow tree upon tlie bankof

But suddenly, in the -very height of I I I in conversation. Perhaps it was natural tint my fortune had been lost. He I Court of Minnesota, which gave the the Naimnjaia,when,as the Buddhist

his song, his glance fell on her, leaning I f enough that the two yoanger membersof told me of jour resolution never to company a judgment. TIle Chief Jus- author expresses it, "he attained_ supreme -

gracefully forward upon the saddle, and I the quintet gravitated towards each marry a woman richer than yourself, I' tice (Gdfillan) in the opinion, said : "In enlightenment", and'alone|

regarding' : with a face of mingled 0 i I other, and were soou in an easy con and suggested the plan of inducing you I the American Courts generally it has worked the salvation of the three

wonder and admiration that was s-o in-I verse. Later, Bertha showed km the to propose by representing: me as )>eiinitess. been held that conditions similar to worlds and overthrew the whole array

tense as to be, comical, the tall bushes ranlens, *tc. The caJJ! proved s<+pleas- I loved jou so well that I couldn't I that in question here were not violated of the Prince of Evil." We know how

and branched half veiling her. Never I aril, and .all were so pleased with the jfrrfuse-and.& forgive me, Jerrold. I if the contract for other insurance was he then entered: upon his high task to

could he forget the picture. His voice I (,"( a'ci.a.1.iJJt; rcoursethattle, Tourists A kiss settled it, and Jerrold laughingly I either void or voidable ; but we cannot preach the gospel of pity, to found a

abruptly ceased ; and the next instant j j: 4-oinplied ,yiiJ the planter's uivent in- acknowledged himself caught in"A I yield our assent to such a constructionof kingdom of righteousness, of which en-

he burst into a ringing laugh that was I I i vitation to surd a wFe-is at his It use.i trap to catch a husband." the contract. It involves a disregard francsehunent from worldly desires

so joyous, Learty and irrepressible that I' The week eras spent agreeable, to alla --- I of the plain objects contemplatedby universal brotherhood, and spiritual

it proved infectious, and catching by ] week -a! elyshur! to Jem'd and Home Hints. the parties to the contract whenit equalty were the great laws:

instinct the,humor of the moment, she \ Bertha. was made, and to accomplish which TO give light to them enshrouded in d&rk-
j ..Jerrold '" said Gexge Jlurtnn one The best :way to hang up a broom is ncsa, :
'laughed very heartily. Then, as. if : the condition against other insurance
%> screw a large picture ring into the And to open the gates of immortality to.men.
frightened by such familiarity with :.i i of the party, you ;uw getting delll'r was adopted. In this view we are sus-
: in IsvewitL this S, 41) of the handle. We know:how
stranger, she suddenly became serious.I ately tained by the Federal, New York, during the, fo.rtyyear3
: "" To cure a raise or sprain bathe it ino1c1 of his public ministry he
bt-auty. went and
sir for listening
beg your pardon, Georgia, Louisiana and Canadian up
," she said "but it is so seldom we h Yt'"i," wits>the fraifv reply; *'I love water, and then apply a decoction Courts." down the ,country watered ,by the Ganges -

meet a human being out here on the : her as I never din aniwl J Gould loge ;aWOU1aU. f wormwood and vinegar.To FIXTURES-PERMANENT MACHINERY occupied like One greater than he,
hills .."" prevent the juice of a pie soakiugfano of whom he without
., that you tempted me to listen. -CUSTOM.-An action was broughtby may irreverence be
Never had Jenoid looked upon a I ",.\1)1} does he retttrn: your sudden the under crust, brush the crust certain creditors against the owner deemed the precursor, in doing goodr
that i y with the white of a beaten egg. all who
founttnajice so fascinated him. passion of land on which there was' a steam receiving came to him without
The girl's dark hair, and a face on 1 "Yes, I am..certain that' To take oil spots out of matting, etc., engine and distinction of lank or caste-his law.he-
j Then have s-poktm to hn about wet the spot with alcohol, nib it with machinery, was won't to "a *
there law
which. always lived a bloom, but you which were annexed to a building by say, was of grace
to which it Y'"No a:d soapasd then wash well cold for all but .
there never mounted a decided j1 I the owner for permanent and habitualuse especially calling to him

color, appeared the 'very embodimentof And hall not do -so. She is mater.To in smelting lead ore and manufacturing all that labored and,were, heavy ,laden,

health and vitality. But it was thor .rich-I asr poor. I wH! never znarryunder renovate black ail sponge it it into pig-lead. In this the poor, the sorrowful, and the sinful,
wonderful mobility i.f the features that j such conditions"The with spirits (ammonia. or alco i.!, diluted Thom.i8 vs. Davis-the Supreme Courtof who were above others1 dear to his- pitiful
constituted week ended and ik sueais were with warmater, and press: tithe \
thengreatest charm ; their J Missouri decided in favor of the heart. So much is luminously clear
expressions! were as..shifting and various about to lad adieu to their gorerous wroIlIS'c'.e. grantee of the land. Judge Henry in through "the mists of fabling time" regarding
,as the host. Bertha showed no special signsof To remove stains from cups or other ,
atmosphere upon an April luorn&jr. the opinion, said :' "Between ,grantor: this great teacher's life. Buthi
4 Ever emotion but .a* Jerrold wa about articles of tableware or marltlt' ized oilcloths -
l mood and passion tl.y retted and grantee of land, if the fixture is truth the fables are not less valuablesourct'8
ghpi: ged them into another !ace ; leaving ber else said to hiII!,-.8ill lo me rub them with sa'-nitus, either one to become a part of the realty it of information regarding him

low they'were tho.s' : a lathing something that will recall yon to ase." with the finger or a pvct: of linen. must be so firmly annexed that its removal than the facts themselves. It is a pro-

,Hebe;'now those of u Dimple chi... lIe went to the piano, gird without To rid a room of the dinagreeable ,would involve the destruction found'saying of Plato, and very perti-
B fcre Jerrold Bought the shahs of Schubert'stAdieu" smell of fresh paint let a pailful of nent to this
could reply to the impairment or substantial injury to the subject, that poetry comes
into his wind. The water in which a handful of hay has
JWfflj lady, a gentleman on horseback came freehold ; and the manner of annexation nearer vital truth than history.
rode prassion'of a lifetime. vas couceutraled been placed stand in the room over
.. would seem to be a material gnestion. ..
., "So, ,Bertha," he said to her, "jou in its melody, and Bertha, hiding her night. The offer, on the trial to show .r
To ink stains
t ran eyes in her hands, listened, underi1 amd- remove from mahogany Young Wives for OIdH ,
away me. And then seeing: that it was the custom to regard machinery usbands.
his love and farewell. apply carefully with a feather a mixture
Jenoid Gray he bowed and ing -
politely, of a teaspoonful of water and few for making pig-lead as chattelswas
**W: "It isn't ofte i thane wild hill They went, and time passed.I The drops of nitre, and rub quickly with a a properly ruled out. The intentionin By-the-by, a few years ago a 'friend

iii fifited bf strangers." civil war broke out. Three yean after damp cloth. making the annexation to the free- loaned me a book containing the reminiscences -

Airiefoonversation, ensued, ending his first visit, Jerrold Gray: was in New __ hold is to Determined by the con- of Henry A. Wise.._ In it he

'in a visit to the temporary camp. Thegentleman Orleans a Lieutenant in the Federal A Dishonest Debt sideration of the character of the an- was out riding one evening with Presi-

introduced himself as Mr. army. George Merton, too, was in the "Yes, sir, I always pay my honest nexation, and its appropriation and dent Tyler, who informed him that he

,Fewhaw, a planter of the neighborand same it-giment. When the army advanced debts," declared an Arkansaw gentleman adaptation to the use or purpose of that was going to get married to Miss Gard

,and the girl as Bertha Feii'shaw, to the neighborhood of the Ft'n- of the old school, addressing an part of the realty with which it i is coi ner. "Why,'! said Wise, "she is! .boo

. leis niece. shaw plantation, Morton ropoa l a ..acquaintance.UI nected." young for you." "Not at all," replied -

)' "Do you intend to regain: here to visit to their former h 1but.. Jerrold, am glad to hear you say so ex- MARKIAOE AND Jn.oncE-DI CCIEE the President, "I'm still in my

,. night to he asked, as lie 1'rt'11l1'W1 to go. for some reason, declined, and Morton cUioied a merchant who overheard then FORBIDDING )1.\nRUOE-IARRUGE prime." "That reminds me," continued -

'1'0'y f'8' ," was the reply; "we are very decided to go alone. He found the nark. "You bought a suit of clothes IN ANOTHER ST\TE.-A husband was Wi e, "of an old darky down in

,.IZUJ seeking pleasure, and we encamp plantation in a sad state but the master from me some time ago, and you have forbidden to marry in the decree of Virginia who was generally consulted

***crer fancy dictates." as hospitable as ever. .tt'oostt1ltly refused to pay me. Now divorce granted to his wife in New by his old master on any affair of importance -

'Then I shall insist upon receiving "This house is like a tomb"' said Mr. )'OU blow around that you pay your York. This part of the decree was to both. The old master wasa

'Ion at my house. You see it yonder" ," Fenshaw ; "no more music, no more honest deWs." made under the express provisions of a widower and when he cot the consent -

**aid, pOinting a plantation resid'ily i- sounds of joy. That piano has not '.I still declare that I pay my honest statute df that State. The husband, of a young lady to marry him he '

..' Jenee visible in the distant plain ; ben touched for two years : the last debts." however, contracted a marriage in communicated the fact to the old

d, until then, good day." thing played on it was the 'Adieu' of Well,why don't you pay me for that Philadelphia, having left the city of darky. 'My Lord,' said Sambo, '.she is

Bertha added her invitation, and'un- that young friend o' yours. By the suit of clothes?" New York for the express purpose of too young for you.' 'Not a bit of it,'

hand... ,niece were soon riding out- of way, is he living ? have you heard of "It's not an honest bebt." avoiding the prohibition of the decree. answered the master ; 'I'm still in my

:: 'Iipt., Y him?" .'Why 1""Because He returned to New York at once, and prime.' 'Yes,* responded Sambo, 'you

g by experience the"hospi- "Yes. Have you never heW any sus- when I got the clothes I lived there with his second wife. The are in your prime now, but wait till she '.

i.. ', ta1iQ of Lotuaanian planters of the picions about him ?" did not intend to pay you. Conse- validity o: this marriage haying been pta in her prime, then where will your

l.. shies, and certain that, : the '..invi- "Suspicions?" nbently the.debt U'dMumest."' assailed in a New York Court, the prime be ?' "
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*-..Mr.. -'Gariin. and. pleasure party. re-. That's a cor.monexpres- Sanford : : Florida.Mr. .,

tuned from;down the river last night. sion and' has a world of JACKSONVILLE. .Scott is now located at Titusvillc. CITY March POINT.8. 4w 45 IIi> ),

. .-Any one.wishing to purchase a desirable meaning. How much suffering -: :- Real Estate Law a speciaIlty __ _. :

yoke of oxen will please enquire at is summed up in it. Returning Leaves r* MAGRUDER, THE TROPICAL HOUSE

the STAB office.We -. at Bockledge, tndian River, 1'Ioridi'f j
The' aboutit Sanford and Enterprise, COUNTY SURVEYOR, S. Ryder, Owner & propriety
return our thanks to Mr. T.E. singular thing :
Richards of Eden Grove for bushel of is that pain in the backis Every Tuesday and Friday at 9 a. m. PUBLIC.
a AND NOTARY This!: House w, cent rally located 4::,
Cabin fare to Sanford or Enterprise,$3.;
last week. fine. occasioned by so
oysters, They were very many ledge,in the far-famed Indian Riftrn :
be caused Meals and state room included, $5.; Deck Rockledge, Florida. j '
things. May by
.Awry time was had at the Sunday of Florida,and posdeses all the admttaL"
School Pic Me at LaGrange last Saturday f kidney disease, liver complaint fare, $2. J. H. SMITH, Mixon s. JOXES. of Climate, Health and Pleasure ,
cold Feb 1 Manager.
according.to the'description of our correspondent consumption, newly developedtregion; of South Ita ,

;, rheumatismdyspepsiaoverwork NEWSPAPER ATTORNEYATLAW.TitusTllle Take steamer from Sanford for:lilt
nervous debility &c.
'We learn that the steamer Astatula Poinsett,called Rockledge Landing: *

Domes to Salt 'Lake now only on Saturdays Whatever cause,don't Subscription Agency.The Florida. miles carriage riding. Direct conneaJii.,,

undersigned having opened a EXGLISJI. from the Houpe made with '-'
going from Sanfard to Lake Poin- neglect it Something is 'nE.. steamer ,

*lIeU direct on Wednesdays.Mr. .. wrong and needs prompt NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Notary Public State at Large. Rates$2.50)per day; .1J.

W. S. Norwood, has all the passengers attention. No medicine has rrangement made by the 1I'tt!t1r JUJtg .
: Will be pleased to, receive subscriptionsto Affidavits drawn and all business .entrusted
he can.carry,with his Overland yet been discovered that to me promptly attended to. PIONEER COOPERAGE/'l'

Hack to Enterprise. People will find will so quickly and surelycure any Office at his residence. "/J'

this a mast direct route. such diseases as Periodical or Newspaper published. Titusville, Florida. Syrup Barrels $2.25*. :

We learn that the new postmaster BROWN'S IRO BITTERS,and -0- COWIE. Gauged to order.ten cents eztn..

will bave the post-office located in the it does this by commencingat Save time, trouble and expense by apply- D. Honey Barrels, ':.and Oval"

Conley building, at the corner of Main the foundation, and making ing to CHAS. H. XAUMAX, .

Street and,Washington Avenue. the blood pure and rich. Subscription Agent, Physician and Surgeon. Breakers. -

-Read the announcement of the co Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla. TitusYille.. Florida._ From : : $2.00 : : ty.
partnership of Me ms. Pritchard and May Wm.P.Marshall,or Log=.s- Tanks "i
this week. port,Indiana,writes: "My w ife The Lund House O F. GRAY. ;
They are starting an enter- been and all kinds of COOPER WORK to onlet.
prise that has long been needed on our has for many years troubled -'- Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL .
from pain in her back T. .I BXSOX. I ,
.river.An and general debility incidentto Corner Main Street & Washington Ave. WORK WARiW"TED. ;
LaGrange : : # ykdyi
effort is now being made to get up her sex. She has taken one Titusville, : Florida. Work or orders loft with I". E. Wager or at r \

base ball club at this place and before bottle of Brown's Iron Eitters, Post Grange Office will Titusvillc receive prompt or with attention.A. Brady Will La be The Florida State Gazetteer.
the and I can truthfully say that -f- In Titnsvllle every ilonday. .
summer months pass away we expect : and
he has been much benefited
so Good Table.A
Pleasant Location .
Titusville to have the best nine in the B. R. "'ILSOX.Will OI ECTORY
it the
that she pronounces DR. BUSINESS '.
home for the
medicines cosy ,
only remedy of many
State.G. continue the practice of Medicine in Containing the names,tburinett and ...
W. the she has tried. .
Schuyler, formerly owner SPORTSMAN INVALID AND TOURIST. > .
of the Dummitt Grove, is spending a few Titusville and vicinity, of the- **
i 5
days at this place and -down the river. Leading physicians and |Merchant, Professional*& Business met
and K3* SaiI-boats in attendance.t3 Office at J. M. Dixon's Drug Store. ,
The STAR'received call from him clergymen use recom-
a on i and the principal fainters and land 4

Tuesday afternoon.. mend BROWN'S IRON BITTERS A. Deisner, Proprietor. A.u.. IIAWLEY, D. D. S. owners, orange 1'fOand plan; "
It has cured others
-Mr. Fro cher, of LaGrange, informs THE SLOOP "AGNES tations, together with aSketeh t. ;
.. suffering as you are, and it Visiting Dentist.
that the
week he
us during past had from commanded by I gull Cities, Town and raga}
hia.own: bee hives and one or two of hisneighbor's will cure you. Makes frequent trips to Indian River. .
CAFTAIXJO1IX )MCLEAN Lake Worth. &c. And how to reach them and other vahaili}
hives, extracted fifteen hundred Makes regular trips on Indian River. information/ ,|
pounds of honey. SIIE CARRIES A FULL SUVI'LT OF P. O. Address, New Smyrna Florida. [This important 'work will fce issued j ui tT,

-OUr I : as soon as the labor of collecting J|
reporter dropped into"The Fair" : Groceries Goods II. S\1.rlI\X.
Dry C.
(Mackenzie's) and found them busy pre- ,and compiling the facts can be accom

paring for the Spring Opening, for Satur- Spring Canned Goods, Justice of the Peace and plished. To the buine "oo imu-' .'l

day March 24. Always something new Openingcommencing Hats, Boots and Shoes, nity this will} be the most' valuable_tool"

and plenty of business at "Mack's"Bead Ladies' Shoes in great variety; Prints all Notary Public State-at-Large. that has yet been published abont*! .'*

his advertisement.A new patterns at low prices. Office at the Haul-Over. Florida. Price, $)} > be sol!by sateen : .

collection of Flower Seeds has SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1883- My-Me (Miiiis, Toilet Articles, T. JOII.VSO.V COCIiSIltlT.otary tion.* % .1*

been received at the STAB office for sale. AOTIOXS. Hates AdvrrtuifigVr. ,

The collection embraces nearly all the annuals -AT- p For the cash only..D \ Public, State-at-Large, 1 Page with book$50. }Page with book$:>>'

and some bi-ennials. Prices range March 13,4G 6m. and {"Agents wanted in every county, to''_.

from 5 to 15 cents per paper. Ladies NOTICE. Justice of the Peace. whom liberal terms- wm1be- oifered..Ilri:?

wishing flower seeds should call and examine "THEFAIR" The firm of Hatch & McAlister is this Pbl4
Court day first Saturday of each month. CUSHING & APPLEYARD,
them. day dissolved by mutual consent, A. L. :
Hatch alone is authorized to settle the LA GRANGE Florida. P. O. Box 1012.4.. Jacksonville,FIaAARII'.tLS :
Mr.. J.C..Sandif ord, of this place, met T .
of the late firm.A. .
, accounts
with quite an accident last Saturday. G. W. MACKENZIE'S.Just L. HATCH. State Attorney County Judge of '& DEPARTUEES orf..UL&* : ,
While JAS. MCALISTER. Seventh Judicial Circuit. Orange county From Enterprise td TlrasvDle. 2
walking out on a-slippery pole II Leave Enterprise Monday Wednesday Oi '

which laid on the River's edge to pick upa Recei'"edLAT City Point, Fla., March 1st 1883. 3w45 St Clair Abrams & SmmerliD, Friday..Arrive at 5 at a.Titusville m. Monday "etU1elda1.yo .t'

duck, his foot slipped and in puttingout and Friday at 8 p. m. -
FOR SALE! ATTORNEYS & CO \SELLOr.S. AT LAW. Leave Titaaville Tuesday Thursday aid ,
his left arm to save himself dislocatedthe T STYLES IN A Row-boat almost new with anchor and ORLANDO, FLA. Sutnnluy at 5 a.m. f
wrist Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday ThumandatunIay
oars. -also- Will give careful attention to collections at9pju. -
-JIr. Ostrander was LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S' and will practice In the several courts of this From Daytonn Titnsvllle.*
in town and
on Mon- a Feather lied (new) a District,and In the Supreme Court at Tallahassee
Leave Daytona Tuesday Thursday''a d 9.ti*.
day, on his way to Jacksonville, to procure Cook "to'"e.pply to and U. S- court at Jacksonville. lay at 6p.m. i

a.new steam chest for the Cinderella, Straw Hats, A. L. HATCH, City Point, Fla. LA GRANGE STORE Monday Arrive at at 10 Titnsville a.m. Thursday SatnrJay w. I

. which was broken after her arrival at In- March s. 45 3w Leave Titusville Thursday; Saturday sad
Laces Flowers &c. &c. Always on hand a assortment of Monday at 2 p.m.
dian River: InI|t. As soon as Mr. Ostran- S. RYDER. Arrive at Daytona Weduesilay Saturday wl -

'der returns and can go down to the GOODS.STRICTLY Monday at B a.m. i
SEE OURREMNANTS From Titusville to Eau Gallic. i.
steamer she will come to this place. Has received and continues to keep CASH.- at ,
just Leave Titnavllle Tuesday'and FrW J
:Sa.m. ", ,
\. NOTICE.We in tock a full and complete stock of Groceries A. Brady. Arrive at Eau Ualll Tuesday: and MW*
Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps in at 6 p.m. 'J, .
have this
day a copartner- January 1st 1582. 1 yr 3G Lcaveau Gallic Wednesd1 and Saturdtf -rat
ship under the firm name of Pritchanl & OF LACES great variety and General Merchandise 6 a.m. **
Arrive at Titusville Wednesday sand 86:k,
of Ask for whateveryou
May, .to .transact a general real estate every description. 0. L. KEENE. day at 7 p.m. .4 ,
Namely-TOBCHOX, CLUNY, may want. One price to all. Canned ,

business.* B JAS.C.PMTCHAKP May. VALENCIENNES, BLOND, Goods of every description a specialty. Millinery, Fancy, Dress Goods, New Information of Florida. ,;

THusville, March 16,1883. BRETON, LANG UEDOC, CONSUMPTION, CUREDAn Notions, Laces, Worsteds, & a fine line of 192 pages new matter unto map for 1881

. ...... SAXONY, MALTESE, old physician, retired from active KID GLOVES. Send six cents to P.C.Long,Tallahassee

For the week Hotel ending Arrivals.March 21, 1883- ANDVEBMICILLL practice, having had placed in his hands 07 West Bay St.,Cor.Laura or C. Drew,Jacksonville,Fla. .
by an East India Missionary the formula!
of a simple vegetable remedy for the <:
W H Ennis, George Earns, :Miss B speedy ana permanent cure of Consumption.
Duggren, N. J; A W... Weeks, Holderness I Bronchitis Catarrh, Asthma, and FOR SALE j

N H; C C Rushing, and lady, KokomoInd & NOTTINGHAM TRIXDIINGS. all Throat and Lung affections, also a A desirable cottage, house and lot in
and radical for General Dowlity a'
positive '
: J B Tinker, Olathe Kansas; Frank Each piece containuigfmn two to fight yardt. : cure Titasville also Blacksmith r U { 1
: and all nervous complaints, after I wheel wright 4 l
Brownell, Boston, :Mass; D W Wittier, having thoroughly tested its wonderful I and general repairing shop at Titusville. Wo contin11 aI' .:"

Springfield HI; Daniel Harper, St Augustine Only lOcents eachJUST curative powers in thousands of easy, Enquiro at the STAB office. 24 tf .du9Olici ts, ca: ..t, }"
Fla; Horace Mann, Daytona Fla ; feel it U his duty to make it known to 'pat :

Wm Scott, Sanford Fla; G W Schuyler, hi* fellow The recipe, with full particulars Floridal.fanufucture.AMAZON I| the trade-marks United States,pyrght3e and to obta111 l .
THIXK OF IT! directions for and .
II preparation use, eats in Canada England, '"-T1
Fla R L
; Summerlin, Judge Wm Archer and all necessary advice and instructions Germany,and all other. coantriaits .
Cocke, Orlando Fla; W B Moore City. for successful treatment at your own PAINT WORKS. Tfelrtyclx J'e...'pracfcce. '" {
or LUND HOUSE. wonderfuland home, will be lent you by return mail, injra.charge Advice for elimination by mail free.Patent of. models Ji

Sanders free of charge, by addressing with stampor w: J. BERXE, t t. co:, obtained thmngh us are noticelil.
.: City Point Fla; W S Norwood stamped K-lf-addres: envelope.Dr. the SCIENTIFIC AJIE1UCAS which JIll ?;
LaGrange Fla; Chas H Xauman,and son :o: M. E. Cans manufacturers of tho the largest circulation,and is the most tap'

Haulover Fla; A B Hawley, Xew Smyrna We will also place"aJtSTon 201 York street, Jersey City, Jf. J. ential.newspaper The ad vantages of its kind of nch pubbabfdiaw"world. a notice >

Fla; Jas Pritchard City, T W Lund, our countersTEa C2Mention this paper AMAZON READY-KHED PAINTS patentee understands. _.. v
This large srlendiillTiUuatratoate |
Jacksonville Fla; $ B Tinker, Olathe I List or: Letters. paperispnb1ished"-E LYatfJ.20a--&: ;.
Kansas; M B Worden Orange City Fla ; Special Bargains inCROCKERY Remaining uncalled for at the TitU'- in all shades and ready forImmediate and is admitted to be the best paper'.d""'".- ito
ecienoe,mecbwC8,invcnti D5,tn:: -1
R Creech, W C Bonnell, Turkey Creek vibe 1' O. INC. works, and other departmenU of ind ::

- Fla; J Shipes Xew York; Lloyd Perry, : Penfifcld, Edward M. 2. Fulton, A. M.Simms and grinders ofPure copies progress by. published row, 10( cents.in any Sold country.by ail lie"" .)t

Dummitt Grove Fla; E H Rice, J Smith, Miss Klttie R Cooke, Rev H.A. c"n" '!>
Mr and Mrs E M Mr Glassware and Novelties.At White Ad asunn & Co. publishers of i
City; Carey, andJ Fackler,8.M. Lead, tine American,261 Broadway,New 1'01- J!
Malcolm Forbes, Boston Mass; 'V A L Greatly Reduced Prices.- Jolla M. Drxox, Postmaster. Handbook about patents mailed free. !

Ostrander W H Moore CapronFla Hen- Titugville Fla. February 12 1833. & Colors In Oil.
; AGENTS Wanted OOktii pld.at.teh.ncars
Now is. the time for Bar- w8 i iI
ry Waton, Sherwood Fla;; Stevens Ellis, "THE BUT IS OHIAPKST." Office ea .use
, Factory, l. a price;sc1 izg :.eat .e.er berr t1> "f
__.., t'
. LaGrange, Fla;- Mickler," Indian River gains. com THRESHERS" I w .A. '''\. -." -- .:::- t

J C Hoagland, :N Ji; R J McCarthy, for remelt ImePtfen ferlanenSoItBdloanKccioQi.1 .No. 26 Ocean street, ITEI'HfOS'WANTEDSIOO :b
Callarchalld .... .
( Write for mas.M4J'Da1t
Oak Hill Fla; L J Stringfellow,Florida. 47 Ie'nil Aa1 "ta.JIor a,>."ItIIt'4.0IIa JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. I


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