The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
April 26, 1883


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
002071719 ( ALEPH )
34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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.- has been started at Ocalaquarantined 8ti, A.paWe. A ,Visit to Cap,Canaveral i wind. Knowing that we;: were soon to (from our icgutar corroepondentO,

....-... ....-y. .". -The'8t:. Augustine: Press. 8t Augustine Poor: indeed would be the appreciation part and were nearing our destination, W.wixx0T9 ,,D.,C. April 883..
.j.jIt: would each entertain for aprominentofficer
: we
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;..1iItJ .against was visited on Tuesday last about our party get every
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g did we not,enjoy hearing of the pleasuresand of the Post Office Department to-day Iwas
,: grain of fun and frolic out of the remain-
of poL 10 '
account small '
i a. EL by a storm ]
: very severe, accompanied -
of friends. So,,, basing informed<< that Mr .Hatton is,not
0r" ; with lightning which happiness our, der of the trip that it contained, and how -, ,
g tibouWd crates of. tomatoesiAippcd very sharp ourselves .on, ,,this theory as the ground- overjoyed at the appointment of Greshamas
: succeeded better be
"; they ; can '
struck the residence of Mrs. Dr. Von Balkan '
West since -
1 !!'.. : .... ft...from. Key ;living on Bay streetThe phenomenon work of what; we wish to, say, we will described when I say, that from the his chief.. This is not a(all improba-: ,.
< "ID:1"r' -, .' write of a pleasant ,little trip 'a ble. He would not have refused the
:0. you top of the main mast to the stern of the .
"'Y.t. presented by the while its
: / lightning ,on
: Jackson.'ireooafinedrynDnvad select recent visit to place himself knowing his. fitness ,
a own
kf.1,. destructive course remarkable. party spent' upon rudder was one' continuous shower of so
r very '
county, Those who witnessed the display Cape Canaveral Light House. On Wednesday water from pans, cups and dippers in the well and considering his warm, '.attachment -
n"n: unber six are.white. pyrotechnic last consisting of Mr. to the principles of the civil service
.' -t. ,"' I ,.describe it as follows: Suddenly party, I hands of all, winding up by one young
fro .. Hawthorne have pledgLtM H. wife and daughter; Misses B., and S. I reform. But next to being Postmaster
;...... .sai.,of. without ,any warning, a luminous substance lady being drenched from head to foot,
;.; ....:...... not. to,sign the:petition. ie mb&g"a; huge 'ball 6f fire and Messrs. R and,R,' ,having securedthe and one 'young gentleman being tossed General de jure, he would not ,object to- .
Ij' "w'-i : services of Capt. Richard McCarthy, being Postmaster General facto as,he .
liquor. i ,
...< M.foe-a license_tD.sell ; about three' feet ,in diameter, was seen overboard-Nick-names/such as "LittleBackcoon1 ;
Guardian. set sail about 8 o'clock,in his handsomeand "Old '? "Little Rose"&co was under the late Mr. 'Howe. ;It;is,
"enjoyingdewberries Cooney.
;.!'l'l lpa coming downwards through the air at ,a
t and fast sailing sloop, Fannie Milledge, each which will plain he this underJud"ge Grea->
; mulberries given they
;'.;,; iA.-1Jl .. fearful speed, when it' was arrested by was ,
<" ... bound for a day ortwo's real enjoyment, ham.' That gentleman has a of doing
way ;
) f ,-.t. i with little milk and sugar Striking the coquina chimney of., Mrs. probably wear for some time to come. .
... camping, pic-nicing dec. Though the, lowering things himself and ,not by deputy,
-1k: ; Lr( 11.1t Von .Baleen with a tremendous We arrived home about 12 oclock Friday "
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: clouds and occasional dropping rain which .::, s i Ii Ii 'f are',:"being' made,it is'said, to i which reduced the heretofore solid .mass night, all expressing themselves as very: !
warned us that all might not be well,still deed to an officer of.Mr.atton's talent
; had time.
;. G'Ml1'" efeBtcapital to establish a line'iaiaisbetween of fire I into fragments, the main portionof having a good
nothing daunted, all aboard! was echoed and attainment It would have been safe
OLD CooC' :\.
JacksonvUle and the 'it' passing down the side of the chimney -
if...:{ ...!aji -!("" removing and,,tearing loose, the and re-echoed until soon "we were fast ,.!_ to predict from, ,the, first .that Hatton..
!; :,, -- i leaving the white dotted cottages in the LIST OF PATENTS. would, not dote on Gresham,and,now tit.

:: ii t. Hng' up'a Pubhc weather boarding in its course; lifting the dim distance, as we left Titusville far in The following Patents, were granted to turns out to have been developed on ,the
'.\ llP "Jtton oa the'occasionof the comt mantel from its fastenings, and setting on
the rear and stretched out across Biscay citizens of the Southern States, bearing first day after the appointment.The

'! lat 1.t':thc'Jact._. >onTDle and St. An- fire PaPers in' the,fire place. Inside the Bay. Banana Creek reached, our eyes date Ap l.l0, 1883.: Reported expressly defense in the Star, route trial in
.r :.0. front room' below it ceiled .theboards
..;;,. ,. being were startled by beholding myriads: of for this Paper by Louis Bagger & Co. was continued throughout, last

't jt:Dtaar, :;9(.Bey West,recentlyihcnsandyoungcoffee were torn as though wrenched bya duck and white crane, which still- lingered Experts and Solicitors of Patents, Washington week. On Thursday; H. M. Yaile,one of.

T ;; plants amaslieo giant hand, the glass' covering pictures in the,lap of spring as though loth to D. C. the defendants, took the stand and denied.
: atoms 'and the gilding blackened '
b&s=,",. ftDL..... :,.,He' intends to.plant them on all the frames, in'the'jx Theelectricity'did leave,this fair clime and sunny sky. In- Bretney E.V, Louisville Ky, Harness- the allegations contained. .ina the. \indictment ;

,..:_..e+,:?i O. ':,..,.' >om.chimney deed, as the weather cleared off; and the saddle, 275,576; Bright H S, Van Als-: On Friday the cross examinationof
< ". not follow down the.
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;:: ....iaU. > fever.. is,reviving in Duval to the ground but to 'bed- sun came out bright and warm, the grass tyne Texas, Medicinal compound, 275, Vaile was'concluded and John W.Dor-.

::' :-l.i {Acme was played.on. the 17th I, Btead sitting'in the, leaped a it- seemed greener on either shore, and joy 352; Brooks A E, Jefferson Ga,Cultivator sey, the brother of Stephen W. took'the!

,,{; _,' .., ... H.'. &e..Rubber. .and, the Duval.. .. also a chair post, when corner it went shattering out of thevrliidovrihe and mirth, reigned ,supreme aboard our 275,577; Connelly W E, Wedowee, Ala, stand. On Saturday John.W. '
t es, resulting in favor. of : I I light bounding craft. Having provided Hillside plough,'275,594; .Felthousen W testimony was.completed, and ,the. court

j;. ,T... sash being up a; 'short; ,distance ourselves with a sufficient quantity of the H, Baltimore, Md, Conveyer, 275,758; i adjourned until Monday;the 9th. -'Since'
., 'F'j. ; taking from .the sill in '
,B.,Gordon of a splinter substantials and sweet-meats of life, we Hadra E, Cumberland,Cigar coloring and then. Miner has been on the stand,and
fi'.1" J
Z" gto_#V.: *: Georgia its flight The charge Ws not sufficient
...'r" T' r to'the editors of various : were not afraid to appease* our already flavoring machine, 275,646;' Hall K, Hurricane yesterday the'defense dosed theirs:testi
to.'Xre.the; but the
'!''ps|j1:sail' t COJIt .cUcting",the widely smoked .for'some.. building,time. ,, afterwards.,' studding,All gnawing appetites,. in fact, one of our Ark, Cotton planter, 275,380; mony. '

:: -v"' that lie.had1.registered, at the inmates and owner' severely party wanted to eat all the while, think- Hicks J H, Gadsden Ala, Cotton planter: President Arthur has been .accused" of,

, &,(. ..,,< hadi, .ii iiiiirlcnt nf;Flnriiln" and also stunned.It :were ing probably that was the object of our and cultivator, 275,651; Jones C C, Sav- straying away from :the; 'Stalwart fold,

lt": ':' kd% pirod to the seat of Senator'' W. tour., We glided gracefully ,through the annah Rotary-engine 275,667;, Lind- but his appointment of,Judge ;'Gresham

'f l: t .: N ..' t CI.l" narrow creek without "bringing up"on sey J M Chrystal Springs Ga,Transplanting to the Cabinet proves that he ia' strayingback
,\ !'1ft:1 is rather 8Iarining the Cincinnati
.<-tf..r{ ; ; says' a single shoal, and by 12 o'clock were implement, 275,505; Littlepage H B, again into the Grant fold.! ::Senator
:';f. ;.: :. eYs"snggrstive'"personal".' fromUGairdian that while France is pursuinga fairly under way down Banana River, King William Court House Va, Projectile Harrison, Assistant Secretary:New, Com.
: : ;j' Editor'Magbeey in
''1 stupid, grasping policy Madagascar, with the tall spire of the Light House 275,674; Pohlman C, ,Louisville ,Ky, missioner Dudley, and CongressmanBrown

t ;if :' i after but not with a' shots Tunis; Anam' ,,,and, on the. Congo- Germany standing out in bold relief, as though House for preserving and producing ice, 'were' all -againstGresham'A appointment

''.. ''" "'--..kiairidoerintownlvith.. sg des .preparing !D: .march her troops into keeping sentinel over all who might?venture 275,699; Bay J C\VheellDgW Va, Horse from their'-State,'but Grant-\

.c;. k" lund.....widows.* -- will AJ ,- C-all. France; upon the first signs of disturbance. near. Early in the afternoon, as we hay rake,:275,789; Sheller W H, Con- was for him and that seems to hive,settled
; snatch and see if France has exhibited the .

.- :" never colonizing. cast anchor off Capt. Bumham's, beauti-' cord, .1Achine.for beating and, cleaning !it "f. I

-.tiicht.-".about i' genius of England' Holland, Spain, and ful orange grove, we experienced one'of rice, 274,426;'Spearing J F. New Orleans The government" clerks are beginning-
.s; 19th'f si J' ''Some post Portugal; or,the tendency to emigrationof the most severe hail showers it has ever Deepening the channels of rivers &c. 274534 ,- consider themselves proper objects'"ot
iar; _' 'Van'Wintle the Germane, in these '
a'Eip has Everyeffort.; witness. The wind Thomas F W Jacksonville Fla subjected '
been our province to ; ,. compassion. Every day sees' them -
1.. 1k'a '' directions has '
abandoned. Hcr foothold
JiiiM' ;! ideaiy; ,protracwu' ; rain and hail poured in torrents for a full Buckle, 275,545; Watson W K, Wrighte- to some new,Indignityor, misery*.,

:.1Jjf !r"-'I edIIl t!. y'la5t, we'28CC1S'Cstill in America Was lost;She"pve' In. .,half hour, and had it not been for the ville Ga, Drag saw;'275,443; Wesson J :A To-day an order has been 'issued which
Jatt'i1iJ; (;1d bir /the-"copy< ;' .. .secure cabin of the Fannie, our feelings Wingo, Ky. Sulky spring, 275,445.: puts a stop to one of their:most cheriehed'
'k ,.. (!Aalachieols,';Tlritnrni; the- has been a,.dead ,,weight Without, ,surplus would have been considerably .trampled : c. .,,, privileges. It'"has\ been{the.habit: when, '
""' etef the A"laclrua Adcocafc and increasing,population as a', moving A Chicago Editor'a'Views of Florida.Joseph '
::-'. upon. Having spent a delightful ,night a clerk has been discharged to him ,a
: _r:of Jau1i37th;;! rthe'r St: Angus.'oopyof''Jaaa3Lt to it, and without a genius for colonization .' Medlll In the Chicago Tribune. '
with the fleas and mosquitoes, we were month's leave of absence,on .an ,:'imaginary
culture is the furor of Florida .
.. 1\hl: of the .or a disposition in,her people.' to "Orange
. up by times, ashore rambling among the new year of service and'tO :date
TaalAer: 'ind she has.been moved but it takes eight or ten years to bring an
; the coop of Jan. 27th emigration, by her orange trees and pineapple patches, and resignation so that it should ,take hon
'it" -e--li :- cannot defeat in all orange grove to the profitable bearing
continental schemes
; a We 'ac- utter '
; '
: of leave ended
let the Practicallyof
just tie say by way parenthesis, day
. r: ._ W 1hfifiDg I# event upon any loss of power and prestige in Europe,fail- that we,saw a full grown ,handsome, pine stage. .1 am of the opinion that it wouldbe course this was giving removed,, ;'clerks

1hei rat 11'r di b e"to the post ure .of ,all her alliances to secUre some of far wiser and more profitable for Northern Underthe sex rule '
from the patch Capt.'Burnham.whichhad one months salary.. ,,
: )1.jMF 'i4''Evidently 'those sort; of in a in which settlers to devote'themselves chieflyto '
a papers consequence game been culled'from a slip set out only however,'this practice will be) done "away
i 4Ay chucked she has been defeated.' producing what they ca11'truck'thatis .
into e always
away soD
TIi.C seven months prior. ,How, is that, for strawberries and with Under. Btrirtlegklation. "of the last.
,a including '
eerusr'oieomee vegetables -
: ...... office, car or. steamexhumed .She has alienated Italy by her Tunisian growing pine apples in a short space Mr. session, the question.of annual andssickleaves
for the Northern market. Vege-
it1J 5'Xih-:: "" '..='1I'ere' ; in 'a'recentof'hidden'treasures. ,: policy,'and may lose Nice and' Savoyas Editor? ,At the grove which'is five miles potatoes tables will all winter in',nearly all is now regulated bylaw Instead of

:J'H'I;.f)4.t: :; . .l. ... the price of her folly. She has angered distant from the Light, we, met Captain grow i at the discretion of heads of'depah hits
- f ,., c1rF.RLL China, and certainly not pleased En- Burnham, and lady, the former being en and the law specifies that in the event '-ofa I
I.... NEWS. Rose potatoes last month that were finer
'i\I'I,"";: "''':' gland by her movements in Anam; and route for Titusville, who gave us a hearty i resignation; the clerks will only;be' allowed
,. rt, .-,.";':R;..i Miller;, formerly of the than those we import; from I Bermuda. I
; war with China maybe for France both and their at as' muc11'ti uwoUJd
} welcome, expressed regrets ie makeriipthe
i"PlWd! Republican,has been appoin- was told, too, that where the soil is favorable :
1-* iltiitor' JL costly and disastrous. Her movements being absent from home upon our visit thirty days' allowance in each year as
il York .Times. and by a moderate use of fertilizers .
on the Congo and In Madagascar ha've However he placed old,Kit and the cart authorized by law; 'If,,therefore,-clerk:
."'-1mm has'been nominatedbikieirate of from 150 to 250 bushels per acre }
re '
gained her no good will from any quarter: at our disposal, and we piled the ladieS crops has taken his thirty'days'leave within a'
:! [ be raised which readily sell for
-of Fayette county Pa.Legisk. can easily ,
While an imbecile government pursues aboard, and under the guidance of the genial year he gets no extra time when =removal
!.he t Dake's"eat in the $2 bushel on the St. Johns river. Below -
per '
, ;"- :_ ,a.f.: r ; these idle schemes, the internal affairs of Jim K.;the gentlemen taking it afootwe the 29th degree of latitude, which is comes. In spite of this.general{ complaint
''t p.J. 'i' .r France are in such'condition her power- set out across the prairie for our des- among the clerks'and their fear lhat'their
supposed to be the 'frost line/ lemons are
:o! I1 -ma ,i Press Association met on ful neighbor: begins to,prepare, for her tination. Nothing occurred to mar the much more profitably than oranges lot,will be worse, before it is better; there'

t 1 Staunton 'House; at own security, and ,France, finds nerself pleasure of this jaunt, if pleasure you, can grown are few resignations handed In as the days''

1;?.fffa='Te1ui'-1': 1", A. HJ:: Belo. ; of. the confronted' 'with' a triple alliance; and term it.:.-walking five miles, across: a hot being injury a surer from growth worms and and much insects.less liableto Ba- slip along. 'In some direction,' hoW ter' ..

;- Nd V -din'' her recent'enemy taking steps to suppressa sandy road,and we were at last at our and however the Government finds difficult to retain
nanas pine apples ,
>'-.-t > anonn ceI Eli intention to18jKtijpeJfromWaU conflagration. journey's end. Never: shall we forget ourfirst the services of first rate clerks.' In' ,the
bound to become the popular fruits of
.: I ; street' ,.asMwyacht But, as to the outcome, Europe was not gaze on that grand and towering architectural -I' Central Florida for large profits and quick Patent> Office, for instance, the clerks look

'" -" :+ -Yom. : 18 completed. His: in-a more ritical'conditi in 1847, pre- structure. Truly it is worth returns. I was told of men who made upon their stay in the department ear little

a iGOn1a-wm; however of doubre the distance to even stand more than a preliminary step1 to setting "
'1 keep ceding' the outbreaks of 18-18, than at a trip
-, ''<'f -\ ; $1,000 an acre in 1882 on the Indian River -
\i11. ..... 111: J ...\buaness.. .. Gould's fortune :! this moment- -. The danger may be aver-! and.look. upon Canaveral Light House with their pine apple fields. Pineapples up in business for themselves.It':is

.,,.";: "' ".... : %; edat' lpOOOoo60, ;. most oft ted or the outbreak may be precipitatedby on the outside, not'to mention the thousand are planted like cabbages, and will exceedingly important to a patent attori

< I. jSted 1 in'railroad and telegraph taking time by the forelock. From and one attractions that meets your produce 10,000 heads per acre.' The fruitis ney, claim, ''agent or 'even inventor to

.1, ,,:("" "..,.'.1<.;.-- '".,.Q'"1II..t o' Is".1\..'.... ... being a nation bereft of friends, without eye on every hand as you descend the marketable in eighteen months from have that practical knowledge of machinery -

.: ., t., from :Washington of the power or influence, under an imbecile winding labyrinth of stairways, one hun- the time the ground is cleared broken of office,which experience of a clerk

: -" is Commander A. D.. Brown, government, France may again become a dred and sixty feet above the level of the and planted with sprouts. 'The Banana alone will give. Hence it is 'a' common

't=]}.. '-: United States steamship: revolutionary leader, a monster of terrible Atlantic. To attempt a description of is ready for market in less than three custom for bright young. men'to'stay in

:., .". .-: ?eporti to.the Navy Depart- power. If the news from Germanyis the beauties and attractions of the Light while oranges take from seven to the Patent Office or technical bureaus -
: '
:\: -<. ., fdaie of Fort;de France, Mar- true, it is power and conservatism is proper, would be but a useless phraseology years eight. of the Government until they have

*M, 1883, that on the 16th about to make'the first movement,' but of sentences, and we would only say .. .. served an apprenticeship, and then to

':; e. .,.,ssth. ;ia.response to the request none can examine the state of Europe and to those of your readers who have never A, true strengthening medicine and launch out for themselves. To-day for-

:= and master of the ship Neva not 'feel that there is a strong undercurrent visited Canaveral-"go thou and do like health renewer is Brown's Iron Bitters instance, one of the most accomplished

j *erase. aboard the 'James0 a force not represented by arms and wise. The University of Pennsylvania is agi- examiners in the Patent Office announces

,". Ji! *&t_* -armed boat,in charge of armies, which may make it questionable We were very hospitably entertained by tating the question of female education his intention of resigning,no doubt to en-

'"' ,- JD.Neholson,with lieutenant whether alert; power can by a timely effort the assistant Keepers and their ladies, .on equal terms and honors as are enjoyedby gage in outside practice before the de-

';,}" ,. ., 'nDited States. :Marine give Europe a decade of peace' and freedom who exerted. themselves to the fullest extent I males. partment, or'' to becone'connected wijh

' ; ifileof marines to 'from great'revolution.- i to make our stay pleasant. And some mechanical concern, where his
} suppress .
W. Jones left the 17th for
Hon. on
...<. ..., lea,board tibat vessel. The ..S.1' they succeeded. We had music, song, the steamer Wisconsin knowledge of office methods' will be valu

.. ..ptiy performed;four of there The. Boston Commonwealth quotes Governor gathering up the shells on the sea shore Liverpool by able. AUGUST.
make extended ,
his intention to tour ,
is an Cl. '" I '
., pliced in irons and'the Ben Butler and some ofJ"un :Knighf Canaveral .
w .... :as saying the "The House of
abroad and visit different foreign capitals An Excbange.say's: ,
,.. rY etnrned to their ,.work.dotnnaaaderrgn continuing. ,to attend to his law chicken soup. In fact' our visit was one and return to'America in early autumn Lords have decided to be illegal .for .a

; ,leoeiv- practice: "GovernorTalbot did,not stop continual round of pleasure. After ."' .' clergyman to marry himselL" ,Of course I

the owner of "the, .vessel his woolen,, mills when Governor; then enjoying a good night's repose, we reluctantly Why didn't he marry a woman?:

'F inghim and his' officers why,should I stop my' jaw mill when lam turned our faces homeward, and If you are.sick and troubled with' 'dyspepsia The best place for Twfl, that we' know ,_ 1

"'., ,.J..> !.ol.t1l'i.-.b.'. assistance_ rendered. Governor were soon once more on board our..ship Brown's Iron Bitters will curt you. of is in the boiler, "don't give it away./ "

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,,',v';;; M""J.-. ., '".id.Diiaig ; ...,..i'I'd. i i till foidit edgsrtboee ii1 foe I ills true, aad who'than dare de!7. : .liver and wanting to ta
"?r-', :" ".1-FI !fi,.' = = > "mtMnre '. The vnivenal vow of prophecy? gain. A pretty time
: ,. _:wmf.rvii regafred wliih of .atrip of DIpt.1
;:JS .L i.ff ; ;
JS' >f '.''.'.'..' '.. .-- '... : .' -t If it tatra.ilsat cat beyond the ri :
Jc",::I' :t'"'>-; .ilf- l i .._.., .. ..a- ,t, ,l..a.Aair..1a11 ..; .;.-. the #ftd4l-u __,",_ ath, the r
r 11..ti*'aeatcdaiaeaia : ill '.deaae.}b7"on- tri watt After the first piece is cut,it wm'ene "la fair forever bathed in ".__. like a dying calf, when yoibeen '
: ;,or ff.lii': ::- .,Yf.,.1\, '" -t :tlpdaraassE taaim ovfc. > the. aeekaad.:arm as pattern for the{ others, but- care I I If we a are country loon to range that morning realm of bliss v I .at homemaking the.u Itt.-.'

j 'fiiI :' : '._.' ui '<< I:hoiet;',''.If i ttase; ls t'aw-mot.:earefuUysloped :& be takm to pin exactly,and not to I I Should my... proud loul be wedded unto, this? It is said that at some point ie* 'i-: .:

l : _.. i seme.ugly r reMeiwfll; ',always stretch, it, obis' the bands will be of I If it be true that c we are children p'allOf man's life he will do somethinft: :..j

<. -f saille riser, Appear between the arm bole and boIcm.I Irregular width.: :Bias rnfBes require the I one kind Father, at whOle grociout call : prise his friends,. but a chap talM

,ii :: >rit'm&liL..::. 'IUedJr I Thai -..". fostlrbale boaaa ire Inserted length and half as much again as the That We come every to child live in of peace sorrow with U my one brotherIf another.- says the Free Press, did more.taw... I
(;" "<-I"1'1i'. '.. of .tbe left front ..IDI to trim box plaits witha it be that virtue hath the other day. He
<: 1a1 I...{.....J .. ..,.1 at the fide seams,an space they are ; true no guised, ; was a r' i:
$ '
''' I Nor the 1Se-
r .f rfe d of the buttonholes and each between twice the length quilt- gold power to purchase stranger who made ;;.
t -'tfillt 4 toi MAnoe on space ; : his
.. ... .,_..., .... ... If the dear .Father loves the weak and
9, ... .L- .-..,.-...rr t L late' really;; ,dart.;.; ',The.casings'are made of tape, a ings and box-plaits which touch can for poor in a Michigan avenue sa oon..' ," \

'-.....";;-"- -.--!elms'.bed- W' little wider than the bane, firmly stitch thrice the fullness of the skirt. Kilt Nor turns aside from any humble d oor.-. old and ragged, and' it was" Dot'II. i.i.. -
.. If he would seek his children's happiaeas.Why
;F! "aeaYie+:.rlat4see111iteeei i : alb, ed down on each aide of the open seams. pleats take nearly four times the length. in my labor should I venture less? that he had a nickel, about'hjagji ;

max?.,, _,. '': : II i tonomsoniilefcoretosew' The top'of the easing is formed alto- since, in order to hang prettily, they If soon beneath the very turf I tread brought in the fuel fat the su. Tt., ; .'

:t' I- _. getter of the tape which is doubled for must overlap each other a little. This mortal form shall slumber with the to scrub out and was t q t ,

,o'er 11 t ti pewia; (._ aeind- nearly an inch, a precaution which prevents The fashionable rose plaiting is still dead account of hisgood"n ture... E-....

''>.-:". JMr- ; ;.. }1M?aot fee her;own the bone.from wearing the dress. more extravagant, its triple box-plaits And. resting, on its cold and crumbling. ,pillow played him for.a half-wit, slid ie;_;: ,

Z, ,!"-- .e..; -z'' Those set on the darts!should only ex- requiring double'the quantity of an Shall. no more teel the toss of passion's billow dreamed that he had it in hL.f '
.. ,
,-,! patt tend to within an inch or so of the top ordinary quilting,or six times the lengthof ; a surprise, unless it was by L vtfvm
oji If head and hand no more have power to .reftilij '4
; i l i iasseoeebasineeesadgdletll 'of the dart, :both on account of. the fit the space it is to trim. The quantity move. drink. Two or three even! >Q i6i "

i t t... ftaovettiesmeverywomen and'to prerent cutting out. The closer necessary for any trimming may be To thought of mercy or to deeds of love boy'12 years old, ragged ba 'e e
.7"' liti aie tip fat safer ti, andtrifling fitting Jersey basque no facing be easily calculated by' cutting a strip of Should thoughts I this unkind lingering or moment deeds of consecrateTo scorn or bareheaded, and' with the =St R .

,.. chBabir'aaNsitpaiehased for a yond a two-inch wide strip of the dress paper and making a small quantity up hate? tears on his cheeks entered m '
.. 'w'HzwD.: :.."' ,.are --.urtar- material; but habit and jockey basques in that, then measure the trimming and If That it be I shall true-reap and the this very I surely kiud know.I sow and softly asked one of the daaslli'. .'i....*

fur---'o. : for should have the tails lined with the dress the length of the strip used, and you That I must stand alone-no: for another. in there for a penny to buy bnal'

'l .sat" iasat ,U1ttagether,as goods incase they should accidentally may make the estimate without difficulty. And brother answer for.. myself not for my He was roughly refused, Whtai ';:" .

Jiil(rIrf; etieu.M to)hequlDtit1of turn up. When the edge of a Jers ey: Dresses: all have collars, and not unfre- Then should I waste my'life in fruitful the old tramp and said;:. ut&'_C. ;

mserW reared. for the garment basque is cut in battlements they also quently there ace two on the same dressa care .. here is = ,' '

'BA t'T:b iaf- ;tI e l iern,..akerlwelii a JOUr must be faced in the same manner. To straight band or English collar, and a !.. Save For ,,what if I.another may to hear conscience some humble has to bear.part for money a poor to orphan buy bread boy,who and_,," I

JBWBri"u.-d.f.-; ; under prevent the bodice from slipping out of round Marie Antoinette collar,which I To lift the burden from an aching heart? fused. I am only rlF.

: :tb lafzf111ii>Ih ai hpe liies,Cwtthelinto place, take the wideTape 'which'comes last is a kind of fichue forming a collar in : ragged and hungry and a almost poor ,pej
-i1 i..U.....ietoecbtngtbematerial for the purpose,place its lower edge to the back and revers in front.The gathered but 'I can't stand
\ : i
; of.wliiuiia ttie'iresi to be made.' Take the bottom of the waist line,''and stitchit Mother Hubbard collar is very becom- "I'm married now," was the excuse whole quarter 'forthat _

'Mt _'tW-" :straight in cut- to the middle seam of the back, tak- ing to slender figures; stout, broad- a Chicago youth, gave a florist for not That was the first poor.)..t-:'

that..plat.....'1" Own carefully, ing'care not to draw it shouldered surprise, t
: ; put on a coupleof people should never wear it buying as many bouquets in former minute Then
....:..., .1I II 'running true hooks letting the one spoke. eight
and eyes, band set since it exaggerates the breadth of the'sh years.A voices cried in chorus
: "So baver !
.", 'to'.1.. f..., L.eeiil.. A'piano easily, though closely, to the waist. In u1ders.. The English collar;so fash- politician of .Maryland is named and it wasn't five minutes bet'

II.. for large' addition to this, our best dressmakers ionable now, is merely a bias strip of Skipwith Wilmer. He should 'be' the of 3.20 was made :

pnu. JlIT t y ;:etc, and put a wide belt of the dress lining inside : the dress material of the purse opfar ;
or trimming hero of an elopement if there is anything forlorn and hungry lad. The ,
old, '
,. *,iopcLthedin.J extending from the front dart to the fabric, an inch and a-half wide, faced in'a name. '
; rose seventy-five cent in theses
-aabie 1P ..fold and for: front, where it fastens with hooks andes with the same with 'an interlining of Never accuse political.opponent of per .
tion of those who knew
.him.\b.4 fji
brao-; an brdiatty. lap board eerv eyes.- The edges of the lining and the wiggin. The ends are turned over in a purpose to elect himself by the'use of cried :
boy some more and went fftk
-t..d ,;.wbielwhid.tOaark; wfflleiyea;the darts pricked with a dress 'goods are turned in and neatly front; English style, or they may be money. All who want money will rally. the money-Two minutes later oil'bell .:

overseamed together on every seam, so rounded off in clerical fashion and left around his flag.
line the but do not cut them boy divided the proceeds nadtrm '
opoo that visible. Sleeves
no raw edges are upright A local Mrs. Malaprop gushingly
ool.XMl*iq>a7aull try-on with the_seams fit close' to 'the arm and .All the new'bodices have says gaslight on the corner. ,.It:,wiiiv:
are deeplyacOoped the side forms that she'"does so love to sit at the piano
exactly a whac.: for the old I ;i.
outside- ,'takingop." I; .... more. .or leas, as may out on the under side to accommodate running into the armhole. The shoulder in the gloaming and impoverish." This cfcy.fcij
,. ... $3 and left :the boy twenty .*
.. '
.. Pji
> .'.-' short
the fashionable shonlderaeams
be taken
"' seams far back and Malapropism is.not improvised.
,.VLD.C When it was known in the nloiiyjnifteen :,
..... of the day. Many of them are turned to the front. The long flat corsages An exchange contains an article oh '
".t!_M1t A. -bft..m. 'e17 mark determined men ,11IIbed'.es4>pft.
slightly padded on top to give very higheffect of the present day under "
require "Young Women Who Die
,the darta.and pin,..the.figure+but this Early. cantered up and down, and.dMbjinrt..,
considered desirable.
now clothing with but scant fullness at the This
is ; frequently occurs, but the cases of by the great horn but .,:
-nnicticaltej!roare fitting yourse spoon, :
Linen and lawn dresses gingbmas waist and will not ,
set well old
over bulky women who die early are very few '
find the .
:: "'JoJ toyeagopdlight on your .big-hearted old, trampl Ma
and other wash goods, are not lined, but gathers. Nor can the most skilful indeed. '
BMJJBB flO USflB TftB.CU *800 dftCtly_uOTI heart had been touched. H....:...'
ate made with the convenient French A in
dressmaker man train
'accomplish a well fitting young a was making '
yonr/Aw Jbiilnffc.fitaNever'take to Trfh hfrnyd witho_.
fen, which makes a neat finish while it dress over an ill-fitting corset, a fact fun of a young lady's hat to an elderly
; .. oj4 :wjthwtmakiiig a corif : II .. .u.u.
!e- .
prevents the seams from stretching. Tomake which seems self-evident, yet which gentleman In the seat with him: "Yes," -- '"f'I! (

one 'iudii or. yomrdrMi i Ilhatlon win';be in'onesided.jthe..opposite No ,I this, stitch np on the right side, many persons fail to'understand, and, said his seat-mate, "that's my wife ; How a Dos Pulled a Baby twtof'
: allowing room for another learn,trim failing,throw the blame upon the dreasmaker. and I told her if she wore that bonnet the fl'-- '
dr'alaa' nrawelltight dverprecaution ,
the seams off close, turn and stitch up, .-Ex. some fool would make fun of it." -, 'q '
U., .,burst, ..siad it is,_a.wise .to Dog stories are without nuuabwaaC'
< A S f .r 'c once more on the wrong side.OTBKB When he called the, meeting to order \
,1a1 .'t 1ro- 1 are always interesting;.and hi tjbpsi-
Brother Gardener
DRESS: PATTERNS. arose and said:"Gen1'emen -
t.Ii .fDiI'r 1 V, >aim Id f the family of dogs that race that *m.tijig.ginally :
TJhe'dartssnould'idown L The skirts of wash dresses are usually Changed the Subject.. if it wasn't for de wheels on a from Newfoundlandboaeaiwl'

r!. ._;; :,1oi ;' high darts made with overskirt and underskirt wagon the wagon wouldn't mow. Whende real heroes than any other. ** .&.:
whellsis "
ma b-, !Igime bokilat, ?Stout,figures separate for convenience inlaundrying, "Always," said 'papa, as he drank on, den what? "Grease! pathetic stories of dogs toldIa j"; !':..

"between the. and the draping is done by means', of his. coffee. and enjoyed his morning. solemnly" '' exclaimed an old man. "Ker- tion with every ,breed;sadtbey_:

front. ft. .tbety dirt than slender. ones tapes run*in casings, which may be beefsteak, "always, children, change feet! 'whispered I the president, softly been duly?immortalized'.by Si&JHvii.. :

o/'AiWtM......mitoyapart'and1aynig r'aatIsfactI pn, easily let out or drawn up at wilL All the subject 'when anything unpleasant rubbing his hands together.. "We ha Land eer and,his:emotioDal iin. K.
rip : : I it:on the dress other materials are made up on a foundation has been said. It is wise and' polite." wagon an' de wheels. We will nowpeas Mr. Briton Riviere. The dots <8L-

material, ,. cot out by it instead of the'pateia. t- trimmed at the foot and faced with That evening on his return from :his de hat aroun' for de grease." Bernard find travelers ,who ait _jit,

T T...Lwfiaiata,, mostbeoutaoisLet to I'' the dress'material on the outside as highthe business, he found his. carnation bed despoiled Doan'thlnk dat a man is brave '"'cashe the snow ;collie dogs acethe- -.ifr''

-.11 ... '=:ath'the, eel I as drapery demands. The draperyis and the tiny imprint I wants ter fight yef. De man whatcan <
-..-,.-..- --.-, W- I slipperd fectionate of creatures in life as j-I!I!
-vage.:i..of..the, !goods on the outer edge and trimmed and then arranged feet'siJentJr bearing witness to the walk away from an insult'Is de in death; and even the ordinary \
on the and fastened in No small thief, boldest. f'reI
11 iwrnrte/jnaaiin haa'a' wearer, place.
I "How can I leave or lurcher has a heart of,a ia. ._
+ you, my darling? ?
: irI't wzgd iudcevenifdifFerence written directions can be given for this, "Mabel, did you pick my carnation sion for *
murmured a lover in tones of I the baby girl
JO, :eat. "_L it is it requires a plate to.'go'by, and sometalent pinks?" he demanded. tenderness, as he observed.both distressing the room in disgrace: and,sits diseuiauilately -

.,...-- *1'FtY-'i,.. the, same in draping to do it, the latter "Papa, did you see a monkey in'' of the clock. approach a perpendicularon hands on the top step of the statat-8s4-
,..i : being more necessary than the plate. town?" was the"reply.
'If.y 4. 4 a. the dial, "Well John Newfoundland & the trot hecoei;
',Therbsaetadseeamakera:d eer silk f'bbeetrlber4 There is a decided, tendency towards, "Never mind that. Did you pick .. girl with wicked, innocence, respondedthe they win the medals and;Victori 0ro -
W1" linen short front draperies and much bunched flowers 4tyou
:: gray. -. my can take your choice. If you throughthe ea of dog fairs.: Hitherto they .....-.
L'egnilh u good, up w.cks'whicb, however, come down "What did gran'ma send me?" go attentions
fined their
hall will be I of however,to MS
you liable to
slt6 pgIee :peiWve'' Drilling'.isfitiufcji long on the skirt "Mabel! What do you mean? Did' up :
and oC
father and if leave rivers. If a child .tumbled of
you by of theback
... ... way
,bseai pssi> fAtretah althoughdes IOme The front breadths of the skirt shouldbe you pick my flowers or not? Answer
#, at ,,
abed you'll be likely to wake a pier the sea-side or escapes float it>*
ttl 'JJute-i&cb piece without fullness, and bang well to me, yes or no." up
., ': the dog." nurse's arms into the river>>nii> 14
a of theotttfe on the toing> ;'then' basteup the back; an end attained by scoopingthem "Yes, papa, I did, but I font I'd try An,Austin young lady, who has enjoyed hearted Newfoundland dog is mt t>
IB- aD ru out well at the waist. If the and change the "
;saaioq >Nt'betoralt; the ,
:: advantages of a classical edu be at hand to offer his valuable services.
eel 4 _;to:wnk"the, bnttonholitlid'teatr wearer be stout it will be necessary also cation
a northern It
; ,female college, seems'that they are as handy M b
to take two in front of
; tae bdtfons on the tront'b fore up one or pleats
happened to be at home
;I .: when her aged case fire. An imprudent mother to
ViiB'm' the stomach. In the waistband .
lI-i n tJf facili- sewing on
:; The Gratuities of War. grandmother was stricken down with a Paris. left her :infant alone in ft r9sa'
tate tryiag'ML .Tp aeasure: the size othe f mass the fullness at' the back, fatal illness. The
entire, family gathered with an unprotected fire while west
batters,, pot apiece of card beneathihebotton either in large gathers, or else in aquadof Gratuity of the
Troop Engaged In around the death-bed of the old out on an errand. The baby, whop she
box Dressmakers Egypt.
salcot itan eighth ruple plait. usuallysew
; full of crinoline' at the A special War Office circular has I lady, who, in a feeble voice, said : star :away, dipped. ,up on the marhM'
an #Qm silyl :sideTr.H a pleating just I
"Good.bye to you all, I'm gwine ter hearthstone falling head first ander Uie-
down ,tbe piece;"in.'front on Jhelight belt in the back in order to produce a been issued in England, announcingthat out." ,
peg "Grandmother I" The
exclaimedthe grate. natural
aide ,roa a ;:taread .a sixteenth of an bouffant effect. :More recent,however, a gratuity will be iaAied to every thing for'sTefeflf'
: young lady, in a tragic tone of voice to do under circumstances v>-
fafh.from.the folded edge, and again is the introduction of a narrow cushion officer, warrant officer, non-commission. .
"please don't
'. say that. Don't howl which it screai
another.the width of the aid. Measure tilled with horsehair. This is made like ed officer and private in the European say you promptly did.Its

thedlitaioe'af: the:buttons apart, and a bag, the upper. half, which is sewed to troops who landed in Egypt between> are .gwine to to peg out. Say you are going attracted the attention. of Medorrwh< ,

.cut..$, regnlaixspuoe:; ,. beginning. with a the. waistband, being empty, and the July 16th and Sept. 14th, 1882 (both approaching expire dissolution.or that you contemplate. e The was dozing down stairs in the kltcheni.ti '!.

buttonhole.. at the bottom of the. bodiceIt lower stuffed. Alpaca makes the, best dates inclusive.) The gratuity will be much better." It sounds so dog, who was greatly attached
is no :longer-customary- A to 'stitcdown h foundation for silks, and :French silesia ieued according to the rank or relative the.child,sagaciously thought that some.'
< rank of the It was not very late when went thing-was wrong, so he bounded[upstairs
the.points.:wrhen'thej' are folded comes next in grade. English cambricis recipient. On the staff the we t

bock. the bullions and buttonholes ld- much used, as well as calico in solid gratuities range from 1000 to generals, home a few nights ago, and as we were luckily- found the 'door'openV

j 1IDit -T.rf prates; .buti Waight'strip colors, black, brown, blue,etc., accord to JE15 to staff lieutenants. The regimental in good humor with all the world, we and, seeing the situation of the infa&t>

of the, nd a half wide, ing to the dress. gratuities to officers range from thought we would surprise the "old unable to'exricate itself from its pet1ms .
.cu ,to .cI5 oman" in a pleasant manner so that position, 'dragged the'baby i ft l '
donbo Sft turned in, All plaited flounces and trills'should ; warrant and noncommissioned ;
? on < i. officers will she wouldn't be angry with us about from the fireplace, conveyed it into4.t6s
be receive
should sett edge of the left- be cut straight, all gathered ones bias. gratuities
'.J bi d4oat<'tD the buttonbolontLeiiSht.r s Gathered flounces on wash dresses, however ranging from.!:8 to J.3; and lance corporals late hours, etc. So stepping up to the centre'of the room'and 'was found by .
window=tiptoeing to be high the neighbors licking the face andtittto .
privates, boys, drummers etc. enough
should be straight, since bias ones ,
... ...; do not wash welL'Gathered' bias and artificers not holding higher rank, that opened on the room whee she was arms of its-trtend-1fho; had luckily' beeson'y .' ,
.ToVCI S. "sawing gourds" like slightfly burned the fnterraL '
forty during
l :
1 we turnedour
theVedgeK flounces are coming rapidly into fashion.Most .
:. efore'sewingjI the buttons< lay, voice tots most captivating pitch The delight' of'the mother when
id of,,them are narrow more ruffles .
frents j edge *
: '
wo and we sae heard what had"happeiied' _sang,: :
hi fact and from five to fifteen of, them
aaak jLt.paoe< Veach button is to, The largest desert is that of Sahara. Wak.Sallie.; .wake; my gay galloot. naturally- intense; but' how could she :

{(:'cJ11,meaol,. t. Btu kinthrough. are used. All bias folds, pipings and ,vast region of northern Africa ex- Rise np fair lady; while four my>te.-' reward such a heroic preserver try The
flounces.must. be cut exactly on the t The window .
;lil8W'iHb :
11t -
illr4ipoaJ l up, "band-box '
tending from the Atlantic Ocean the ; two dog certainly deserves 'Humane'fte -
... on a '
': :. UOi i$ 'f, ",1tt, '. bias, or they will not set welL For this, pairs of shoes and a'foot tub "
: J. ;.." ...; l: "'" west to the valley 'of.the Nile on the slapped us t1 nCledaI;or should be'pTompOy atta*
:' ilJIII1I11R"iii. : 1.f are cat the material perfectly straight .from in the face, 'wb e> the lady in '
1- ::o ity t tIMt.; '_ bite e djto the neareet''dirbion';of t&st&*.*,
".'.1 ):Ic rudest. the bodice so much that, edge to edge of ,the selvage, fold the cut\ .. -f '.,. '.", '."...'. .. l id,'on a .high,. keynote: "Come ''Icio !I Pompiers. .' .*- :. -. ,' II- t:,

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'ttII'r.: .?.... 11 f", ;' t Yierday,' were;thronged our streetsndpeekedarouad Steamer. CINDERELLA, 'INDIAN BIVEB8TEAMEBSI, J1t .DOVBLBrD.l./LY-i., ; .;o .,.: .
1Nier.:'. .u.... his tfce r. C. w- 1. ,
t; 'tbe,raBr aJ' station, CaptWin $'Moore.: *, ; : j

J ,_ ,. IDa4it. : shoatiagiannieoal.xith the boom v,of will1ave'1ttnaille'TneedaT mo r- ; --'f 1T.s..aQLDE: ::" :, '._ ", ... : Side-wheel l Stetiwrs.JkrtA.CBpt.C.H. .' _
: ......4ld app;;13tegeN9aite 8CpUeI. -fc ,.. mmg, ; The Put Steer ; 'fl lEOUL 1lJl' rr 31''t" '''
:f + J, ..r.:' ngratnlatoryxaainon, as a tall, comely at 6.o'clock.aJwp", arriving' at Uifct-Dnn, ;Hull : :'! .....,._ ; ::.'.: .
...- =. 117'"the. man IIIIIed! ,fnm' the''l can to.a coach y I .. ,GI0.1.811tD. : ,CapL-G.J'.Kerder., .
," ., ; Steamer I
'- drawn HB.PL1Ni'1'Cat
of tbe .EcWor. fcylour white"hones: 'through; :a :!rritiae :
attires oem--Po' cheeringpopulace, would, with :one ac at 9 a. m. Ample arrangements for the "CINDERELLA!rCAPT. ::.Brock: ,," ,
I oM
oftbeaboie-iHUBdiite .
1EB mar be found, on file at'IfnU cords voted the President the proud: comforts and convenience of the D*BMT wise: foot vtLm MrwCdaUjp tn nwUliMTe: except "
a OD's Newepa per'Ad re: est and the happiest nun in ,the world. Euunionista. t .WILL H. MOORE, _Sun.:rrata ym.fcr I' ."M.-

(10 Spruce Street) waoatcacts here And yet if the press of.the country, and Having ample and splendid accommodations JaadiJt FUBD.: .and alt..Sacemecuate. .
be made for. t BOUND TEIP$1.00 SINGLE TRIP LAX .
may biDEL' Mr.Arthur's own sighs be credited ,_ for Passengers and Freight, and soeaapcJamsiea. : _
arranged expressly: for the Mall
Bev17ttDERICL '
there' never.was a more mistaken 'view. to the addition of the'tool' practice. Results vice and avlgatlon of this beautiful : ; : DX BABT.'Capt.lao.'' YogeL'aborsiuuMd'stesiMi
*ILei J'Jhe 'OI'l'ICULapapeI' The poorest workman who in and in this River will make 'IrELdY3,.CaPiat J s.Ytibi.o. l.i
\ flung up his country; have regular. tripe, until os.tba'' ';i
ooUUt7 ,
: '41 ; hat u the Min in the proved that further notice, between learn .
,Carriage went_b, this course of elementary DeBarr wli xt foot of Luna street, l

-.IiI'Prirt.. ., O.i. #.,at_m.mz1e'. uu may have had in his own bosom r more training is i in nowise a burden, but'a benefit fitnmIl andJ.ale Tora! thB Ha R daily. ..except....1r.L>iwty.MIfa&atla5p. m 6,+..UllaoDa m.:forudIDWe
." ; .
: ;; '
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...." ;santtad,
-awcr.: genuine '
j -,,',-4'.- cause. :for happiness_,than the to.instruction in the regular old time cUa&e.u.op: mtaeprS r + me-
all l l- tqi:'
Touching intermediate
i chief magistrateof this greatest of'repub branches.. As the educational science d"g", Connects dl'alatb
.,: .rr....of\fact .beyond. contro- li : 'We think Mr. advances as follows: Eallroftd for Gabte with*8oothern
ideas .
'a:proper Education is, ,the Arthur is a new an improvement '
h&ppi91'a: contented Back old methods. It is Leaves Titusville Saturdays butt: *B.urodro eiiwoiala take
qf.Ampfjf*" .ibertTmite. man. of his upon the spirit Tuesdays'and, .I eee.
:,alnong_ manta isinsane' splendid position and exalted rank back .of the age to ennoble manual labor, .and L at 6 o'clock, a. m. burg CoueetiId and ill points voluria'with w the Upper t OoJawaba.Or

to the perpetuity, our'nljgious of his honors and emoluments, there ,liesa to teach the young to look upon citizenship I Leaves;Lake Worth, Wednesdays and mond and Datosa. :....,i _." __.. _
Connects SaaibrA
institutions.. dreary waste'of broken friendship; sundered through labor as a right beyond theright at wilt Sooth 17catdaLll.,
.addi- ,
.. .. Sundays, at 10 a. m; the Rapids Altemaat.Orlado MaUlan .:- We ties,and'unhappy alienations from of birth or wealth. If instruction Klatiiune:and'wlQiBook
native. illiteracy arecon- at 2 p. m. .teamenarr1AkeJs .e.J&J.b.... .
'W jetving, ;11'aoctetionst! ,of. rfo RIp. those who had clung to him through life, in the hand working trades can assist in ledp""IJMUaa fit s,, ... :
-- until his fortunes mounted that' inculcating this true CoImecda""eI'PI1Ie wltn''eohebse for
to of
_which<::very.. .soon become our. .democracy, Da..JtOM...fey Smynaa sad'Tttuvfllat, -.
-" # For this, heIght'where' the impulses of gratitude it fa certainly the privilege of.schools to or freigM'appty on board. elk puatag 1IaU .ts.tlere lean 'Eutarprlm
d S JB*.bsilotboz.* % l .reason and lore must ever the Staterooms two bertha,'L--Single berths eveiy mornfaig_......T ". d ... m,
'- ;..of self preaerv atwnexorabb be frozen into the in supply 'of instruction. 60 cents,Meals 50 cents each.TiT and S a.m.. ; .k>a. eecse.ccOr... With
expediencies II.t. r. ) ; tot all poiata-Borth.
of policy'and t: ::ti ];
.that' '
Mb1-sr duty vtqsee the top par The English complaints against the : : v f-t' ; t
ty. Granting that the President's us aa-TIiToach bitts checked aDd >1tiII public United States because' HOUSE, oriadJmsTCtyvato'an pbiata.
acts hare all been true and faithful and XDonovan Roses The steamer of this line aN' all*ana clan
.... $l...- OT r 4 We_ _do_'-not'.confine,_the honest;he must of hare and his class meditate here their schemes ritosrille, Indian BiTer,., ,Florida ta every rsi eec." '. -<- -.. .J .
"' necessity given Vor '
of the woro, Education, to.mere flutber iKfivamtioa; appJIr at Qeaersl
;} .. lD&Di.T wound to pride and wholesale murder,and destruction need J.; M. Stellenwerf' Manager.tfS"The Ticket Office,corner. Bar ana Laani atraefc
expectation ,
ickwe are fa. : 'visa R ,
sorry say be ASeoar.
1J. only to examined in the :
.. light of EDgeWid' B.
and received
V in return many a cold glance ._G rhill'rC14Gea.lsR,...P4r.u
yyy !wittooolyremdefinition: of disappointed friendship. But there own past policy to shoW'> their absurdity. above it ttridly a. .Ftrsf-G7da '
.. ....' -L.' b 't: a,certain' a amount- of those who talk of promises unfulfilled, For two centuries England has Hot*,plt.aM tly arludledoalediaa '.F() : : "
been hotbed revolutionary agitationagainst River 250 mile
i and trust betrayed, and bitter reproaches ttmihof.
fa necessity for a. welllladividualbut '
and open are establishments. In Jaeltonntte.iccefflle THE' HTUS. HOUSE
in prioitoonititbnt ; scorn mingled in 'the unpleasant ,
.. a L cup which Mr. Arthur these schemes the English people have .... -- ; -
a stepping daily not joined but have : fins ,ON \'
drains. And there are those too, whoany they allowed the Daily ,by Steaicn, .
r iitafare'derelopment and "
: use .
. .. tiioals,,Book-learning ,does that it was not to obtain physical course scheming conspirators and plotting was to first go,to on.Switzerland The To the Sportsman, Pleasure Seeker, and INDr.A..NB" ", 'I- .

1lft.lateWpDCO" though .it rest or recuperation' that he comes' to- nearest their operations aDd Invalid this House presents attractions cnntaiau.. .r .,- ., ,,r ,
Florida point :
but to. bury himself and his
and 'it is heartaches for a while in the of attack, and when driven from'Switzerland : nowhere else to be found in the South. Large Office,-'Psxk>r,:'Dim jtoog.,
wilds of .
oat ballot that fa the this far southern end of his and a safe refuge could always be found d THE MAXAGZB ASSURES HIS GUX8T8: ALL- Pantries,' Kitchen, -

Jr J"tabis. lrtilwark. o'ourfree?,"in-_ to forget,if possible; the'thorns country that, liethickly in England. Nothing, no appeal from TSLCOYlOB90PAH01fCATYOD8.1 i : !.- Large-. Airy' 1ttNRNti' -. i >w.
I'Utf' i Ji" the continent, could ever divert.the.Brit BATES. M 'JJ.:
in his
! crown of office.: To hare lI :
f16tf iii: -$t dIe, census statistics, for ish .
people from this of
lost half the warm friends and intimates passive permission Open Summer & Winter. ADd ,aU,. ,atbaiWiaCtale '
iebosrs the
wt.aidet. to the future welrwsliiMloved of his whole life; io have made 'a thou- to conspirators to use England as Opened for the Season. >A.ris.ii-. ....,.
; t.heirplottiD ground. When the mails
sand enemies and a few new friends to '- .. .... ...... '
country ; '- ,
and the I -- .rt
.. were examined and diabolical .latTRN
a clot ,
Ill"-' lNMs .igaonace.-hu been nave bartered his peace of mind for a 1Iir.k man who is iDteiested'in his own ,' "" ,
brief term of be igainst Austria in Italy was discovered, '
...orftiit,&be last, "decade. ,espec- with the power; to weighed down the English people were furious againstthe welfare will be pleased to know that ', .

D..l.' : :tf d.y; ..SouE" that no man responsibilities ever yet filled of a to pat the _office* government;and the demand for the ANDREW GIBSON including Plano f,and: BaUard; ',Table.TTie .

i< < faction of all the mrreader ' was treated with Grounds.,& .
of illiterates in 1870 were ipeope-thia is what ttntempt.: Plots against Austria, France Keeps.the finest oysters to be found ,i aTltyllle Y ,'.' .
Mr. Arthur has received from the ,
presidency are. IliOlly LaidOne
Of. colored, 850,031. Spain and to :
+ which some extent, against Buslia .
to him .
came as the legacy >
fa.uI i.r'
.ItHsl*Witetatewhita had increased have been in .- ...
permitted ..
England ,
of the assassin's bullet. There is as AND SERVED IX .
not'a TO SUIT PATROX3. T. :1fT"J/" ":;*' .__ .
.. colored to, SUM- they have been permitted in
f more no
III I:W 1 W,fi illiterate-. .voters intia than the,unhappy ruler ,man in: America today jountry against friendly powers. ,It is -0- I KWIAILE TAN;,.UTS,.

.tw atn 180 was 1,167.303.srL86 of the republic. true that the English had Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. FcBosinesor''Dwelting' ""ri'l.-.i:
have no o4
The workman who toils all day in hon -&
....M ,974.J The in- labor part in them as a, rule and have been Bat/aft Bread always on has t -
- I-r-h.t voters daring .the dee with friends, brightened whose trusts by have a passing not word been perfectly impartial, not inquiring whether Also a first-class Barber shop:Attached. coon: L.&ND8.: .

.... Ike increase of illiter- conspiracies have been accordant with r-A ,
nor1 It
.'IrL i .SM79., The increase friendship disappointed, what be' Tei.. '
was goes home at night freed from might England's policy or. not. LUMBER 16aer fe- leipsaaaiWela
...... .eabred voters pressing have .
94,392. They simply held
England to be
: cares:: to a quiet, happy home,' into which an Will be furnished to order, on short notice __.. 4
1IItt_saltier -
d white
: ., voters inw,16w& asylum where men might plot so long as -
the stormy divisions of politics Apply or address
cannot ,.
at 918.00 thousand.
- :& This shows ,that no open war was levied nor overt lawless I Ieommitted. per -
t of our Southern,, ..voters ,are the come, and with a quiet conscience sleeps act No revolution, plot, or I LUHER ft a ";LTIT'lis. ,.
sleep of the IHIH6LEI
aM I that about 70 TitnsTffle s ;: f. ; '
. per. centNMmd of After all the conditions of happiness conspiracy has been hatched in Europe I .o'f Florida.
while 30} cent bra which has Always on hand.
.' per are are about distributed. century not had its connections -
equally A quiet
'"I?. &La large: : percentage,of eonscienee and an honest heart are better with persons having an asylumin C. HAGIHIMEN 4 CO. .IITIIO'l.I--1- !

;.b the, ,result$ of the. great than the Presidency and a little reflection England. During the American war R..c. --NPRtiWMifiMl.lA1.
lrey wkieh sow Bfflios of slaves not confederates
: will bring OMIfp taI.. only were allowed to NORWOOD'SFast :
,. .WIIIaU i previous training "t... plan and to build and launch ships .

."ft"* the The Use :TUsad Teels i.die S *eel.. the English Government went in o pen Hack Line ITInti f.nlsiiliainaaertwEverything, _..&- "V..k..raw.. 'raepeet.

\ 'IMuea.1arp Speaking of the refusal of the Massachusetts sympathy.a little beyond its usual policyof : smeftalniai to'shooting
riP. $;the IntstligeBt and well House of Representatives to pass reserve and paanveneas., Complaints 2Tl atrasorabkstsa.." /ra9hh.

J' .-,..Ja*'population of our8wm1 to a third reading the measure.which.air.\ are, out of order. I ttMapti aid Mist MraetBOTJTE "?!. .

"' i ealatten aurtyra,on the field thorites instruction in the elementary The press and people of the United Also dealer In. tke .Cilstrstiii ,Lion

Mpna :.?) "** ,rSAaAesiaf use of hand tools as a part of the ,public States generally sympstbiae'with Ireland ready brand for of Asbestos use. Te palat.beet\''to ao&ieaeipaint ; air eeJors....

the case our present duty school course, the Baton If while they are almost unanimous in condemning T.ItuayIUeRdIssJlaR, River. ever intredeced*r Heuee er ..

lint. ,to secure our:future stai the.true aim of the school is in reality,the the dynamite policy; but there CABBY G THE U. 8.MAIL. use. OU stoves la great. -variety itfsabie. .
tor .. .
omllyer boat ... .
:etvfl and religious liberty by aetsteptople preparation for active life, that aim _cannot is nothing to do but to condemn. The --8-' 'Ij'-""

.'a* 'education that be accomplishedby exclusive. brain American people occupy precisely the ONE trip DAILY between the ST.Jooxs LINSEKD. 'OIL. ',WABRANTKD.' .. PUBE.SSOGKi .

Yea to asst their ballots.Inscurfag development, for even in the most cleri same attitude toward plotters against and INDIAN BITERS. Pntt. IiIIIIlIi. ''II

t ;.'tIIIi :honest ..... cal pursuits the hand most often come to England that England has always been. ? Leaves Enterprise, ETERT Morning arriving '. .r

siidoadl1atlon.rPiet the brain'assistance, and with practical pie3 toward those plotting'against' 'other 'at TltnsvUle the SAKE day.Returning .. "P*,
we are hap en ,Jeglslaoa employed in practical uses. countries. It.fa simply hands off so'long TrIple laWt'!Table",wai. *.a1M

.&. ;{execution.- 'We.'hare How many.of our graduates can drive' U no lawless act fa done I here or from House.c
b.,public. sentiment (sI a nail How many can split firewood in here. England has never,' by a' hair's Leaves. Titusvilie EVERT morning arrtv tn.Lanterns endless Tarkty.When Bazors.";Comb* *;Kick" Nicks

I up to the executive.. point :the easiest way? How many can saw, breadth, departed from this policy, at log at Enterprise tn the evening- ""J- '.

"iireh iOf:our: .legUation ,is a plane, bore, glue make boat Many of least. people, sustaining an- act of Address ,, TeIi. -- aCcrei.. ,....,

,' r ea IBM Stotate i ioulria, con- our youth in the,who seem government, unless! it were in the.e..tof W..S. Norwood, ,I aDd sU aeotsssk'Irribisa.. ; s t:.

iii" _: tribe=voided by'Is free to lose. their ordinary. wits. when a book is Herr Most and we'do''not see. exactly ,TTTUSVILLE, FLORIDA. iJ'Oll..4', ,

people.. .Mankind willE. placed. before...them. ., would become. masterworrmen where the United States are called on to what you want In'the ether stores In Ti-

....''rightly..or wrongly WIth tools, ix--,once given me- ,opportunity adopt different policy.' 'It fa impossibleto c. J. HECTOR tusvfle will be sure jum give to B.suited.B'C. 8. a all' and ou0wIac

***of the patriot and phi-! .of their use; and even the interfere without arousing such popular get

ttr* ee'thst'the ,educational most studious scholars' would rather pin outcry u was heard in England when i to therent Isprovsetitr of

iioltswoeringeneration, be than lose with this power over'inanimate the letters ot Maxim were ,interceptedand Hardware and

biaaldogammoretbooght.kaoote things which is won by the use of tools. the sanctity of the mails violated by. C.., Magruder fc,Co.

enlightened and Besides the advantage of manual skill, it an ,English ministry. The American General '. in the '' ...
tlhaai their Immediate prey has been shown by experience that intellectual people beyond the Bosses and their sympathizers Produce way:of anl

...l,:>.t.t4i!"; .. tzaining is assisted by a carefully are practically united in condemnation _IIiW- C1..JI. IIIIJ. $'.

.'.. ,- .Lls1_., LeUen. -.-- I .upl"Ud systematic lD"tniction' in but it ends in public opinion MERCHANT a ajfi-wl snjsr
this branch of industrial science.Undue : and moral influence. The first
,. government
... juncaUedfor at the TitusJlorMs Melbourne together with an increased supply dINs
.. : ,attention to purely mental studies interference. would find two exceedingly HOveabarmhlsn.- ft'G Florida. )

JflJ'O: 0" fa diverted, the intelligence is aroused angry parties formed the :United 4 Ultfaf:ia' ,

$;U ;!:berso;:.AJfred and a healthful and _revivifying change State -one powerfully opposed to inter TAX COLLECTOR** HOT1CJB.. :They prepared to nH off,

( ,'xe! rha.8'Moorelaoctor iii brought about by actin occupatigm ,while majority of those 'who I will be at the following places fox the TQtt rt

:ftt ., ;. The testimonyAof physicians',,has shown would take that'view would not be sym purpose colleetmg. the taxes for the .j ltkiii: : x

J.t 42iel1aonrlire08': the ,advantage to.pupils any; in patbisefsirith wholesale murder and &becIJt'waIM year 1881,'.Tis: .ty tSoisstise'ilitei'oiotiloss. .. -
is ,
B "stook Ti
jittbis'bous; :
'2 m&&e..WWlaaN the nse of took. If.the course .of study policy* 4 _Moo1D avx .' t w sad Llurie" rstli ?
B' : srd delivaedio
:W'tdeo. ,Mrwc-. ...% bihirJ fc already owdedsritt: different branches ..i.... Burnham's Saturday May: 111888Haulover + any paid""Bhwat

.. + .:. there coalcl'lIIDr be formed 'p1 u'of Tbs tijVf'fT "Isle of June" has dear T-Y1 ,1 ;" '.115, .1 resepniTili laM .i TeraM,.Opsh on ,De

..n.Pn-tm.- either omitting: A not indispensable study ed from St. Augustine with eighty-four :D.W.Kc
* ""- ., April'IX, 1888.. or of adapting; .the scheme"'of recitations less. of cattle for N.-u. 41888. 48M Oenrgtins/Brtvard"( Co. }1'..

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.4L'__!.._:wbiiak... ._'ellsrf_ ;o..rl'.lii; 1a..r,. {i.; ".& _: _la Zee t city In_the_world Is._Len, ., Wonders of the'y+
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a t t'i : *1BIf '': : ...Jr.! \ 1':' ". .dJi.' ea II l i I IIliad t r vgith a.popalati on ;James.Carroll; a'wen;
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L. ., 1t.crr .iitTI .. ,i. :' ;-..' *. ;<, aboittl,2 Q,, di"elist. of. of Helena M "
'-t. .,.._ -_ .. ....., .. the. ..:r "' :... .. ;, ntaaa ..
..=.. Lj".I. t: Velvet bM4ues"" t- groiraaoraP44more'in \.tc: g t.,clues. w. V.I ,J'.... ',. :r 'remarkablediscovergiatlb '

}! ., irslY CwbeB_____a.....+tUb popular> faocXl: a T' r u The largest theatre is the Yew,, Opera Park. He saysVhU' .:..,
+ .' '
J. ieo.t..treeII.
4 f 'House,In Park.. It cover nearly%:,three. many companions,'Id'down -

tDV...l... 4 iUl yraddrnotCidetilxobe:: without any-starch pc size.. \1' acre of ground.; Its-cubit mass is 4287,000 ,- on ,a..rock ,wtthanJ: ,
;aa j.dicoBragiug. much'. :at- : feet It cost about '
: 100,000,000 lying across my knees..;
I'J :.-. .. the no! naextensive. pLntingabtete .Soa'r'veping'wiU continue a. stand.."'-P''I". .. ,t. a cents grandeur. 'Iwati_ '
t iesdd1r.LY"lat1tW kaowman __ ard. material for summer'wear.. ': *., ..
i. I The largest suspension1! bridge will'be gorge which led:down intot\
1 thfet 'of to hardUkH m our severe AsheM
J: 'r .1 among the asthetic colon.' and Brooklyn. 'The length of,the main magnificent height. 'Behind' .

1 1Y"l The: gratt,!tree. t of. 'CaIilkua (Se Irregular pomts called coques'-combs span is 1,695 feet six" inches r;the; entire steep path, *, down:.'which'' .f....r'.. .

qooia rtp*"***) have, not yet been edge the new Ottoman ribbons. length of the bridge is 5969.feet: through ,a thick, growth '; jt .

$ .' h X1 fMadJtD. ;,:.Suceeed. in" 'our climates.I'tabl1.from Beaded fringes- figure, largely among Theloftiesf tive'fvolc no'iS Popo- pines,while in front; of' -an. .;t .. .

thongiv i the highest importations of new trfll1ml"I8o, catepeti"smokingmountain"thirtyfive : : was the gorge (a quarter? *- '

tidoe+ elevations' have been tried. It Linen ,collars are, straight clerical miles southwest i of Pn bIa.'Mexico.It perhaps),'its bottom covered*tlil -

tit lay or "should' be, the 'object; of the bands, fastened.with. a jeweled button.. is 17,7S4; feet above the sea level'' ar d foot ,of one. cliff.to_rise! "otlaerg"'t'

weed Arnold'Arboraturn: to try these' eXpert-. Birds and fruits, ,form' 'a part of the has a crater three miles In ciretimferenee heavy growth of timber. "
menta,. .and give the .public the adbf' awhile I stood uP'and "
and feet listen r
design of many of ,the dressiest sateens. 1,000 deep; '
vaidase: the patient' endeavors ofifr.'pcadeasors hear
i hnta- t The largest island world my friends.'Wr' .
Robe dresses with embroidered in the Whit h
skill of its gardeners But not sound'met Z.
my ham f
and the best opportunities of I flounces appear amongspring importations is afro regarded' as a continent, is Aur. stillness was so deep ,
boo n I tralia. 'It is 2500 miles in length 'froeast
general:culture (not special care, and : uneasiness came over me;ands.;

protection), to ascertain the exact The transit of Venus. .design is one to, went;'and measures' ,1930. milestrom ed to call out to my ompm .1 i:1t
north to south. Its steals _
h .bardInees. of this and other trees, of of the new patterns seen on spring sa 2,9&f- although I opened my mouth'a F;"
287 square miles.
which a list if given Massachusetts. teens I I . through all the details of a-.goeaj .
dl' The numerous losses I, have made, in New sateens The greatest thing in the world is th'Falls e ....
; fIt beesba appear in the fashionable yell, not a sound could I to r:"' i

the attempt for nearly half a century to and esthetic colors so popular at of Niagara; the, largest cavern, again, and with the,;samefrend ; *f
L acclimate all the coniferous the Mammoth Cave of Kentucky the
trees of present: ; couldn't understand :v_ : "
it. ;:'
y i .adto'the river the Mississippi 4000 MAI. ........I<,.
largest miles
tick hope of succeed- Fur apes and colors fastened which had been standingqutetly:
i from.their are in extent the largest valley that, of
yt judging adaption to the ; ,
... with long ribbon noticed a movement the
aolme. r strings tied ia'a, full, b. i '1
:1 "English climate induce to utter the Mississippi its area 5,000,000
me a square
ti''' flowing bow.. by, probably thin I'.her" ht';
word of caution to all cultivatorswho miles; the greatest city park, that of friends "
I ,. haftl DOt the wealth Rhine pebbles, set in silver, term I nearattemptedalIt lfi
; .. > to experiment) to Philadelphia, containing 2700. acres
was a sad foe
; : tb 'I. handsome combs : failure abe: IItI._
'.WI4.-rjbd(l ._. I !aaa" p1&nt them apati gJYt and not plant at very ball-bars,' daggers ,the greatest ,grain: port, Chicago ; the 'make a She '
sound. evt
'.' "f "' '' )......'"".. t aU.unlem they have a subsoil ,as.'dry and crescents for the hair; and are biggest lake, Lake Superior;the longest was .. r;
\ tW..I. 'I. ,""oar elilmtekandW sad localities g uch worn for evening. astonished, I, sad'be_. .. .
as fortunate as those'of railroad the Pacific railroad
: : over. 3,000 .,
lire -41 ; easy.
I flyaayacep- l& tl large ro ette"oi-bow of velvet ribx 1' '
miles in extent.. The "j
: *, .most, hugeof mass
a t3etw>i e'>i'i. be ; "I was on the) totmr- i:r
7 ..' 7 is an elegant >n, with a'square or horseshoe: buckle solid iron; is Pilot Knob, Missouri, starting back the
oTftattempttotardy up mountain;""
tree and fortunately to of Strauss pebble, is worn on'theleftside height feet circumference 1
: /_ owing J250. two fierce-looking wild animal of the

-"colder! i.ft' '- ,three or four. successive--- mild winters, of the dress just' below the waist. miles;,'the best ,specimen of architecture tribe stepped out of'the'trae 1fT"i' ,

as 1rMi-1.. pit1\rl:: anendtM our trees attained' a size large' enough to Crushed strawb rry, cerise, scariet and j.;Girard College, Philadelphia ; the about thirty feet of, where I'waffing. !_

: Afa" rr v 1 ; perfect,seeds., These;we planted, and garnet shades are worn with black satin 1argestUbrary ia the Bibliothique National It saw me fustantly'nisis '
1i and -
varieties, a handsome'lot of plants obtained, one dresses:: ,in Paris,founded by Louis XIV. to spring at I
: "f of me. hartllr bt'gun
:, ':''e7 t.....;.o. 1'v' but no_ addior of which I selected as an erect and dis- Wide, .flounces, of s que"'T and f It. contains 1,400,000' ,volume 300,OOO to my shoulder nd"7 ,. .

J tiI. iIT <> n' 'ttn 1 ; J :rf sinct variety with glaucous or bluish laces of every .description Which have pamphlets, 17 ,900 manuscripis36o,000maps say ? ,No. I:: pulled the J!trtd

......:IL1 M1iii BI od dm. foliage (C. Hovey), but after caring for been.out of style for' years--Chantilly, and charts, and.150,000 .coins,anmedals. there 'was 'no- report,: J
f ,
iM. it in the best manner four or six.years, Elonitdn, Guipure, Flemish point: and smoke puffed..ont 'the)sad -IIIIL

.. '. it failed to atand our aevere.wlntes.* the, like-are this season revived, and The largest span of:wire in the world 1
t A.. and the wild beast fen .
( 'if: "
.. high as "t
... .>J#. P'\II-Fontaine "For, more than one hundred years are drape courtly ,dinner and is used for a telegraph in.India. over the Immediately :
jumped >
up-aa = !J;
4 A public spirited citizens have been reception dresses for the dames river .Kistaah Bezorah .
r. id experimenting stately < between andectanagrum. into the but
wan 1e i:8g"Ti.lri1. ('. brush leaving .'tlilfl
f. \ with exotic trees, in dif and dowagers. It, is more. thanfeet 6000 blood behind it. I was*now .r 't4.11!

,It( ;' ;i "" aiDe; hotE" fei iit1piibaof the country fand if we Water repellant silk, which is neither long 'and- is stretched" ". between '..twohills in my former suspicion 1 that J a:>
'" know now what trees to plant and what each of which is 1,200 fret
..w.-4t1e.EDg- spotted nor rendered flimsy b1.watert'lathe .. -high. land oi'enchantment"a; ri4w..or._
to omit it is because
llsli i ge'w> rand 'p places such experimentshave latest novelty in silks.' Ifcomes hi at all superstittoiw under oid4 4.
: t-S... Wb e'f vur mads.1 all shades, .for-day and evening and ..; cumsiancea;' would i siotb $ _
This is certainly true of the last fifty "
: -Mth.r. Qi"J.iDtI, Juced years but 'we have gaineoTbut little will, no doubt, achieve a great success Oaths of all Nations. prised now to see the.deB' f, 1! 1 I

: fertiliatioa effected between the for watering-place .toilets.; The silk: >' -, out from behind a'roekf ;t i[ ,J" ,w.1"
: **1 *' knowledge and from the oThe
giyiy-ra *
two,-..eM* a greater*orleirdegreenoa exceptional a soft twilled fabric, something like Forms Oatha.ln.Foreign L aIslatlve got on my horse and started 1

of 1II rdlaes;ail. a.fertilization be- causes of location' soil treatment, etc., surah.Heads'of. ; aeambliea K oath. ;'' !+s til rqrll.. 'J r;

t ..... : we can add but very slowly to our The following summary (the forms In about3 hundred ,pt; :

.4' ....ith'fii fund ofinfornoation trustworthy enoughto Limoges enamel, mountedin I 01 oatn in. use w Jorein! )1eglslativeareamhues 'whdVereaHtogether .
L companions, et
: Min i1Y.iD;our. severe plant extensively all that are so often silver for setting; are the latest 'French is extracted. from thg..reports Lt--ttT: tall I' fancy brooches wherewith
commended at
as hardy. the fashionable received the British
foreign office in
climatalbutthfl lame pirtkm only half fastens '' a but)although they:seemed# 'Wing dlji
; ha !!5s" eii E it boceum".and w young: lady her large, .Neer York ; Chestnuts and Chesnut brfght-h ed gypsy 'fkerchief' of silk
all tbe1eedyMt'from: it pure, Treesin which :she Bayaria-Isweat, *..'*" ,* aa-dumb as the"dew J !:
7 "' } Italy. arranges 'ov her dainty .
car'w.: Sohelp; me.Godcand, .holygo0pel. I felt that Old Nickhrniaelf rk'J '
) .1IIIIt't"'!! ". .* __ shoulders, and knots [in front low on
spec are still b f,hardy'.plants.Thepontk T' 5 the corsage. Denmark-I promise- and swear, likely;as' Hot' to:be'on m17tii !:i"J) ,

; azalea lithe lame; in our Signer Schira Inspector General of '*, So help me.:God, and not help iaugbteg-at their-'Odd-.
,, revere wintersIt lose1 ite flower' 'buds, in an interesting'report says Wide and., full:I jabots of, 'coquille His holy.word.. grimaces;' and' red faces ; f

justllfalWKc> "alHlDnd win- among other things that the famous ruches of lace, reaching- from the throatto 'Greece--I swear in the name of tile eTorts'Yat'makibg tjieihselrldltllAt! {
rt...ft wers'freelyr It was only:when boJttu: :trebt!Jl Mouuf ,tof.Viiicbstill' the hem of the dress and also down holy and consubstantial and ,invisible They were pretty biMntb4g14a1tIL; ; 1'Ipa&
; _' ,_. __ lives, 6.4'metres
.. 'L measures In circumference '
r the side seamsof the front breadths Trinity. d \i
,_from by-tbemt md b r obed4Nt: :
& j 'iI at its base. Its age is esti- halt ;way,up the length the Beam to Hess Darmstaat-I swear''a'I''* follow me'b k'the\w+yhat'. ,1
ited dUTe&nt fa 'frtfribute to it ". .
'" 'lda 1 was'ob.taIDed. 1000 the bottom of the skirt 'are seen upon So help ins God:'' No attempt was noir"tnadd ate a8i.1 ;;.,
'. 1rs..1m some years, and recent studies newly-Imported housejobes of cashmereand tion.iri'silenwl. After _' !
.h Saxo-Coburg and' ITaden ''swear. going Qailrtell of.ii.j!
: \ ,
ati least.880
R'trees giveJt years 'There .
wee vigogne. % So help me Gal 41 .. loet:!my way.;? "06dtf t
ytiett'tl6 tp66 epE'1D o 1 'soli- are 8ome-. ) hb ,chestnut trees : comrades wlid' tdtbiinitfe h
'S '' seemed .Ji
bu cietJ.' girls have'little'
fiat' swear
,..n kM__. f [ 5taf : satchels Holland-I *. So help me God.
:Z--'t: ; ;' "'; 1 of silk or sating delicately scented SP : the waybacktd the traiT, uses vf**
:; : ': Tuscany. The deplorable custom of : ; rtugal-I'swe: *or* the* holy 'goaf
: 1 'J __ tome and-- I
-- JiarcIy decorated with bit'df their' ; bending 'Otsrei alimouth ..
a hand- of.
; :"' ':' late years of destroying.the forests has own l'" '. .
c11 '
mow: iW' f1t e' Wriettes
painting either floral rcOD -waaffclosto mrsbar',' _4:' '
d lcaL '
Trfved Italf of noble ebttttftf These "Prussia-I swear "
t hue many by God the almighty
: .hill .
', ... they but they suspend from the waist'by : superhnmanVeffbrt y "1
''' it is to:be thopedVthey will be protected .knot and omniscient '* '*
:" 7 and ends of narrow: lead(too His9houtdetr'blmlidtympanum. _v .
ar W y by the new scheme of the Minis- ribbon: Into this S o help me. God.r *
bs olMsite lioet tlalw. sad ao case' 'they slip the card ,. We-Jsa4 tg t:4MIf..jyl
AgritO is
ter 1! on Saiony I swear by almighty God; ,
i siai_1i -
a III6IbGtor.- charmed
The Arlt ufal t3D1 Lxta;that' denu le 1' mountaJ.i :;. In the north of printed the order of'dancing. ',Down Swrvia-: "'swear1 by ne'God' and' all ... air.-"-. .Helena_A. _HeraVLThe ..-. 1t'i li. !
> the'pa k of the' ; 11 ; L._..,jft
'' "'r< Italy the case are fastened'smallloops that is according to'i: : :t
iiYf.. f: chestnut'grows at an altitude jaw most sacred :

WI!,,,& r'... '_.I_"Ii .d',. all 4f. from,800..mea.. ; above the I of ribbon,. which serve to hold,a and in dearest: .. '*' ''* .... Wbrit. ;..Abtor5Some .Li'J"j\<..... .l .. t!:t'<''-
tiny -
pencil "Itf
: "' 41f that i>1 the"aeed level of.the, sea; in sunny situations So help me. God ta this ytarfl ago ark. toL..t'.r"ja. 4'

iiltieaad; -tI8.IIDoW. evenatl200.: In the south the zone of ,..A stylish' house dress,is made of dark and that'other world:' Lester.W.uaclQf JdPl tmF II :"'i t

7 growth ia between 500 and 1200 metres Russian gray..cashmere.: "The skirt. is Spain-AfUr swearing th 't! putj on ;;
was ef1i1R ,:,)ot'deep;'aothini:short ... JaiplleIL AD4.wi&.F-ti.&WI.;"' ( R
of abeateU pretectJon r .couJd:keep them above the level of the sea., T- laid: all the jfay down in" ,hollow plaits the,gospel;.the' rftident' says:.i:'Then was capahle.of,plajins all Ux>AljUtof i j|

:: ';; j 'P -.. ..., ..4 Almost. all. the Italian. provinces, "cultivate ,devoid of ..trimming. The;: .bodice' may God 'r P8y. -'jadDnttf-yon''fatl; ; ., .bnsineas, but as for.himself' is:

the chestnut these trees pointed, front and back, the may He'c1aim'tt fr you.n'a'=' V the worst '
Td Or of which Mr. Bobinhand- : occupying paniers are actotin tbw3 .worliwtra y;.. ,
aoa" .* a'total snperfice in Italy of about 480;> arranged in)}eayy piaitSj'rounding.over Sweden and Norway-f '(president .engaged..-.MWirti. ..11"" ..._ :t:
-. .J
:.. roUass ;a6daost, +Iisbl .treb;lag it istoUrifi 114 acres. The most are.,found, n't.he the. hips,and joining the lightly'.puffed. or Tiee-reiident only) '.swear-bef6re" :'the lady answered tl the cbrw46R. ":: : ;$.. '," .
J--: ::
lad "
provinces of Luoca'Sondrio drapery in the back. The and His holy golpelj f *' *, >1'; :
'tt 4tfcatith..not'"yet, been, and Genoa* _. front of, thebodice her huahand>tind.given.; her., ,.Tb; ,J '

.. 'ID_ .. hardy"only"\in1 one In Lucca-for example,182.52 per thou .the edges of.,the paniers! ,.. and I will faithful to this Oath'aa sure' aa tlematalwvtng.thepwttOCalrr'; : I

--fA ..Ww b ataete riZes sandacres of the territory are occupiedby half the length !long: close sleeves God'shall'save my body' and souL gentleman him for hia.nce rAti;"!1Ir" .4:?!!

tier.....,.f tl( aDd Yai &b1 the,cb esSttt/The total agnual produce are trimmed,with elaborate. ,, .._- .pattern. 'Switierland-l'a'' the presence. 'of ..he asked T.eetsrisd ia&L.;. }i1

.itof..tIl ll 0to-tjtis', -11lnbVcbfeed of chestnut (fruit'is) about 5,768 inbraidwork. ,, Almighty God I'swear'"! he could put him in'such, a,pig.R ,
So "
me '
help God. ,
: "d and -*,'its. 436 qUll't'A1'f0".L"- I ip best--1"-: I .' I' "Se v" .said: : .the; iIJQ&;, .w $' ,

,I? .}; t-don.n both for quality and quantity. The s- For The Curious.The" ';United. States-I do solemnly swear "here Is your lette?.gtstiatYtbai; ] ,'

t.O ;'r' 'owldo not lmow of portatiOB is about 70,000 quintals, at'a *. So help me God were. the "worst actor, ,tbe! tt ;p.
; "" .profit of about.2, In Bavaria non-Christians' ". .....1I..d....... ;:
any'L" ens expeptttl oee-of ) tHunae OQ0,000-fraucs.,The highest range/of: ; omit 'thereference "Trjie. ,. ... ....., bier. ,g.."""!r. 'i -\1.
are several methods of preserv'tng th is to the gospel Iri whenJLwroto
ell''ons'itne Holland and .Out..letter I had noCjn" ?
unhands at -'
the Himalayas;;, 'the 'elevation "' Jii.
," W ::t*Gnltliate&+w for. fruit-from sugaring the chestnuts to being estimated at. from mean 16,000 'to 18-n the United ''States;; i affirmation is seen. ,'you,act.!,*, ;fle' ...-'7--..MIIIt.a-. .'..' 4
slightly boiling'and'theii them optional. 'In Prussia and"'ia' ,
higher from
:' the drying Switzer the tip of,the' ia'
fo J.: tboJIIh tree were 000 feet:
.. '\: .' or.laying them, when newly gathered land, affirmation is' permitted : ter's boot.-OiItdMaIi ,
. those1 Irgi I
tr. "
.. =:.r M .,b fr>sto nLEngland i Earn I In November, among perfectly dry sandin"vases"and The loftiest mountain' 'is Mount who'object;on- religious grounds to'Jibe -' '. ', .: 4 7 :'i'
a preMtve n i '.
Everest or Guarisanker of '. ; ,
the "
Hima l
oath : "
;r <",Q)1omd sped- burying the n es-in dryearth'when ; 'In' AuiBtria, 'promlae is in For a mare.r&W&: :scratches: > : ,"! "ro.,... :.;

, t '. they will remain fresh and lays range having! elevation of 29-, every case substituted'tot in'oath: In her one of .foHbwuig7&Ifcev ,.i
iIII \ -J P IIVwiIIK' the == j
1M sea
1D feet'aboTe the
level { '
.. .
----6.i t; good till the next Jane t.r r j. J. Belgium and Italy; the :adjujratron"is day forthreedqS then,two- .
.... t.u .. JfrH nalm I ... m
aufaoi'd 0- The
,: : I :- largest ben In ,the/world, is the lied without4 '' Barb ,; ,;
'; : any thetetic' reference oea aknev two ntto- .
ounces -
.. .. c..r .. C1iI .vWJi'-tllf4 ; \
.. .. great bell the of'
,.. d :I'f foot the and potash
)to : )
> ; ..' FhincATand'Eoumania\k tlte''G ;three otttcee powdeted ittiN
... tt-. '8' care The .ProvklMgce.f, ZVqjucn.,ttbv4t asserts, Kremlin.. 'Ibcit+clnmferenoaatthebo, t man' BeiebstagraaJ for'depbtlei":_- '. f ,. .. L;-..; .. | <
: ...: '. DJt l I. ')"' ; Weetaeaq. cata ea(tide L4hgf tom 68 feet aid-'' > II 1 1U"OUbCeIr .eum rtD fi
. iJ commit # nearly. '- '>ir',t' tta_ height Sweden'ti c1\ biinr, tefthttfoitr aot \! eightbani'Feed: flax: ,,- _!..$
$; ticOUtiM: tta. !iavM. .. .ri OtsOar'I,.pactthly,4 .......-.,... ..tx more.than 21 feet.* .,. iiflrmaZton( "' f \ FateulM --. t"d ...' .,
4i' ,,.;. .... .,: : :,: ... _y !: -C.-. : lldlma>ided: # L-\ ...-v. : ?, 7.
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dome tott
thoujhtihemian .
.t I -:,; "r': : :.Dt.> ', _....._....4't" ,......; :: .. ,+ Victoria._ ,. ,
I L ,_ ... _
.11ft. ;!.... I..c "i... ;:---oi: -.o94 "" J "' n 1-' .
'- 1r toi'M -A w B: 'Dot .:;'T! vart I J talkingmudyrl'have :Prom rtiTpe t1"1t if a three>
in'T' ? .
l&jm&k ii"r; "'le!- M rW"lIi' *T- -* p *..:!* 4vTnfnt -'* .. L bouts tgn icroee thgsits atDe.ha
with.: ,ffarity YerJ
an gave
.. ,
LifJldM ;& tl tJ" .
f.114U IiII4itlel&-' onVancoaver'
i to Victoria Islaad andhere.
her food for r ection. *, to; ''thanfc'yott,. Mrs .
1r : ". ;....... \ "
i... .1.- 81 :1(. .
1-. 7';''I'.Wonder'If.'l I i&Ji&rrfod she Beade?for OB*'mcw'-pleaiant'acquain-, ':at oney first Steyr; he'realises that

..... : ., '.. .1. ., :.. W >> 1 j- .. mentally observed,and the next thought, ,,L_ ,t ..,.o'j .,;. hers on Britiflh...toi J.w, It iw strange that
1iF_ tU4, ..c f sl t aad>then-forgot the :wretchsottttedyv two people lanfiaasa
> although,not permitted;to take definite ..1rb\gU1eaame ,
_. n iIMd:1J4 .. When she 'wentto her"carriage.:BraCey -
: ,. feat: wne.;it iii t main same iriTaHar
holding the the
'w"' .. shape, was something like:. "If he is, ; fa or
standing the '
Jafa was by gate.
_Rabns:,..; !pa -:. :atsttoae,toisuswtnn pleasantly begun sojnuch theworse for Mrs Bracey.". open beliefs, cap have fa their daily living
l while l ', gave her some green, pointed leaves,
& ild aJ a'ta tatexcoarse e, Ki Woodburyniadeeveryieffort '8 promptly barbarous designs deserve which she so .Utterly:dissimilar atmospheres a* do
"' '''; to'seem>as.if her .memory of Miss accepted meebanically- theAmericanaand the English., .Thia_ .
a word explanation.
} ,
UI should like
to. ,
see you againknowwhere
f.. good it was iBrngly nowhere''bi'' more
_JOI4.r9ai1l'; equally: apparent r Woodbury was in, a savage frame of sharp: contrast can .
'...,__,.... ',.J : that'Bhe had, m fact, no recollec- mind and like the irritated cobra, you live. May I come and vividly seen than'fa going.from Willi-
.. -il. la an'. particulW see ?" he said with the simplicity ; '
r -ihmc1A ln abort you. ,
-;:..,...... .pm. 'S tics ready to strike at a tree if,that was the fagtonTerritory to yanco Yer's Island.
.......of.An I", & !obeying her friend's precepts; mel had only thing that presented itself. With- of a. child. Belle,gave him permission 'Victoria js a town'i bldWOiilifftUlepaJ :
111.1Oi,. adopted that)! peculiarly feminine '.line of life circus she to call.. His directness .pleased, ;her; a careful study.: EftD' in+'the
l out exactly calling a ,
.; ..,. ao lot. .,.
bDw; activity called by, young women. in always thought of herself as the heroine it was part of the man, and had not the most t cursory"glancqsTat_ : it. one sees
I J.
:-, .. i..o;: v.y.*come'. gin:. moments'of.:expansion "trying to make of the sawdust arena, riding lazily, farthest affinity with intrusion. .:Musing symptoms,0 of reticent*life, a;flavor of
;, its thin never peoplejlke ,'.'tmd it,is so true that upon the ringmaster as she drove, she and leisure backgrounds at
_& ..weak. tad dumb lying,along the back of a horse which mystery , cry: ., 11'J'I the heart leaps k&Mly back to kindness symbolized freedom,dreams and inspira- forgot Bracey, until, clenching her traditionary dignity and I'hereditary:

-. IftAtti hea tick for tp die thce to Un. that the effort is.usually crowned with tion., She... would. picture .the. philosophers bands with annoyance upon the leaves squalor, such- as- oDe\mJaht\ go"upland'
:. ,. sometimes gathered she still held, a faint fragrance made
::4.iff.r, I .r"I success, and Belle her friends, as ring-masters rush- down,the. whole Pacific coast, froM 8aa

-: ., >:F-' :"'" 'pjr irl-Fact' 'Herolne" .in a'scalp she had not warred for,and was ing up to her, extending a 'paper-cov- her examine them. They were May Diego to Portland' and not find When
.. y leaves..
'- p1itinch ysr Whlch 'the', made inexpressibly happy by the acquisi ered..hoop through which .she would Victoria? as t'iJ sure to: become,
:::L.1 p Mafcethe'Came- tion. In'her unions ff.aushe generally Jump; wonder very much where she was ,Bracey duly ,made his appearance, sooner or later, a wide-known,summering

.r .' 1: .,';,7 'lurtu.Him.- .. '.... ; took a coca of her size--to speak In I going'to land, and. until lately;rejoice and ''Belle. in turn went over to the place,no doubt its byways and highways -

; .. .... f flirt that'Is"the' the language of schoolboys{a worldling, I Ir' to find herself safe on the back of the University and examined. points of ,. its: bygone y :and:daya,will
'1; .ISJ- l'red'right to caught; j r'and an intellectual mortal, in order that dream-horse again. -If she made a mis- interest with the mature but studious I prove,mines of treasure to the f"fgt*'V-

,_. -..; "tit lir.ft I am about tofeSotihe conversation need not be limited to sentiment step or not a good jump, she would roll freshman; and after that they saw each tion of some dreaming story-teller.'The
nfcual =: the and that she might have the con- other often. She to like part; 'town if one':
... ,. < .... thing- ignominiously; :onthe: sawdust; and the was beginning business of the may
:' .' ." cruel young woman who solation remembering that;of course, man who held the fatal hoop would have him very much, but the teachings of be pardoned such'misnomer"fa speaking

:'< 1tI :' 1i ;" iVheartsvuntfl :"she he went In with his eyes open. She the right to count a tally. Long ago her old-time worldly friend' asserted of its sleepy'streets,iar rubbishy and'

r: .(iijf 1 ii of the..emotionally liked to find Out what was sensitive.and there had come into the ring a man, their power, and she was discontentedto littered. The. bvUdinga are' shabby,

.', ::- .. PIer. 'i J1' wbo'breaks helL, for. :high {Ti'm*", their'dearest; dreams;their not a ring-master, but a, rider like herself perceive in him no sign)that' he .was unadorned,.with'no pretense:of 'designor '

' '. yirtfif men ate usually hope-' gentlest; inmost good qualities I and she and his horse, a splendid black, becoming a victim. barmonywThey, remfad one of tare Inferior -

".',_&--" .adIliia;: .-.>WoodJoathed. a was, as I have said,quite gentlemanly kept beside hers a while; and that was "Perhaps," she said to herself, "heis .portions' of"second-class, oonmier-'I

, ,:..;......elm by instinct afar off.' .and.discreet;but once she contemplated riding, indeed. Then one day the vicious a man who -can be woman's' ,friend cial towns in England', and the men* and

: .; k p Trench. ,.in.,'Mrs.0 BuraBimncth'a a thoroughly unworthy and heartless black bolted, and ,went clear over without falling: in love with her; or women fa'the shops, onydoorstepi and

,';.'. r'i.iIt'i- ,".j.makes a- dead'set flirtation,, and was 'amo iDg1y'punished the railings and out of sight, carrying considering it a duty to play at being In alley-ways look as if they- might'have

. '.:......z..iftd then throws him over, ,font, and this to the way;it was: his brilliant, indolent rider, Miss Wood- i In love with her. But, oh, how indifferently just come frqui Hall,' But ono'o.i-

I :.llly-"' ibllBlBg, .awareof' her little There was an interesting: woman in bury's friends informed her, to the I complimentary to4 the woman side this part of'the town all fii" ohanged:
"-'.': : h!oondarct *deucedlyexpressive. the city of St.: Dominic, where Miss devil. That, as I have said, was long I toward whom such sangfroid! is possible delightful, picturesque, lanes;" great

.; ., ./.'zvrhich'ia.. Woodbury lived, who desired to pose as ago, but still when the arena seemed I If only for vicarious vengeance on meadow spaces fiall.,at oaks;':knolla ot.
,., '
' .. .. wt. .1.. aot.'.-J 'ungentie-, a patroness and fosterer of literature and oppressively circumscribed, Belle's the ringmaster, I.should like to make mossy boulders; ld"ti1iee swathed.,fa

,: .. .Tmt,ah ;'''inherited, and her art; to the consternation of such artists thoughts went wandering to the possible him writhe little; Patience shall ivy cottages- buried 1 fa roses and honeysuckel -

N 'alaifa3iteredinher; a slightAwMtJMc and ,writers as had the misfortune to whereabouts of this hero,!and she wondered do it ; comfortable house ,with.WIIIand ."

A .".:. emotional side off live iri:Saint Dominic; for, while artists if her own horse would 'no([ bolt She tried gushing over him, and hedges,, snn-diala and' qnahitweathervanes

r } 'io did'not, realize would not for the world be anything but' some Jime and.carry her: where: he was. knowing 'that it was not spontaneous, ;. castle-like bouMa '
'r,7. :.. did. Most what they are they are dissatisfied to Then she remembered that the Inferno blushed guiltedly when she met his stone, with. lodges and" .high,walla' .and

.-. tt; She; eased be pursued by Philistines solely on: itself is in:circles, and thought possiblythe calm, kindly eye One becoming drive-ways: ;- and- /to complete* the"*.r1"pic-.,"a,
:'r., ;feve was a nfteen-mmute-. account of their artistic proclivities,andtheirs sawdust ring might:.have its ad- desperate, she sent him some books. tiara, sauntering 'dOn. the lane..t or

-: :one shook'off,and is a reasonable discontent-for, iftehy vantages for women; The next day' she received the,following driving,at'stately'paces along'the perfect ,

.. J "'nervousness:or chills; talk shop the Philistines cannot Meantime in her latest leap she had note: roads, noncba1ent'men andleicurely
: .. '
1-.a :.t.>_ ...t;bulwark of the state !understand, and if: .they_talk anything:! Seen, disgracefully unhorsed, and, although :, women, whoeepnonchalen.-anddri
Dear.Mis Woodbury:-I am obliged
_. ; as a else the Philistine looks aggrieved, as if the ring-master stood chivalrously obliged to you for the books. I do not could outdone. :ot .outstaredin

: 1boerta-pocns,by'--whieh she were losing part' of her invitation's ,ready to give her a mount again, believe you have beard that' I am en- Hyde.Park., "

. al laid*been taught,- by faadoration- ,worth. The lady I have mentionedher foith8'ment..l.. seemed more easily gaged to a young lady at the East. It T "': -! > .

y "": d p trite name was Mrs. Keade-processed an said -.than ,done, and she had. brooded is promised a hopeless to wait affair for enough me. She but is she has Married ,Folks Would: ,b* .

.r T'-t' .....queen, suddenly admiration for Belle Woodbury, and over ,the defeat until her mood was ing, 8S. I am. I am 'very studyI'I'. Happier,) ,

jE. t''. ,"". :a' slave' forever' from! the hour that misguided young somewhat dangerously vindictive.Of knowing that she loves me. I love her.I 'I' .

....' elevated. and .coldly .woman had rashly printed a volume fo course, she stood beside Bracey a hope this willnot give you pain; I If home trials were .rnever. :.told. t,.
: k :long .Iii.'discussiI g probe poems, Mrs. Beads had marked her. model of suave receptiveness."You : thought you ought to know it. If I : neighbors. oo I'
had known ,you first perhaps I might ,.._ A,q !*** a- .
; '" :rmivveersrity'education for prey. are a poet,".said Bracey-, with ,have liked you best. Indeed, I shall If .they kissed:,and made tuf. > after

:'|o dneati6n. the.ballot for Belle's fixed rule'was to decline three .. a thrill in his voice. always like you, and very much, too, ever1 ganartehet E <
tVeontiived, fa, the very 'invitations'and their accept one. Mrs "So lie you;"said Bjftlle; softly/while but we can only be friends. Yours, If ,household.:expenses :were pxoras,
-' vof!'thetr. :,acquaintance to Beade's delight was'in her Friday afternoon ': she inwardly crossedherself,'and vowed very, truly, John Bracey.. tioned to receipts.-. at"-

ti"k 'ihe...1, flirted with into a receptions, and into one of 'these I a COCk-to Swineburne and a candle to Every man she had flirted with,every If they;tried;to, be.agreeabb'rimcourtahip .. .1

,. r : itx "P. :Z f manly compassion throngs Belle projected herself one day Shakespeare for'so'*taking in vain the woman she had gushed over and forgotten days.: .. .' *;, ,- ,

:fR "s matt could only help wondering how' she' should make herself I name'sacred to' her under the sun.' She was signally avenged in the stormof If each would try, a suppert sad
.Independence.. ,and'.recogni- smile when she finally reached Mrs. made the remark:at'a venture, too ; she comic rage that for a moment made comfort to each*other.% *"-4. "'

."...-' 'matter how Reade. /'When she did,'she became interested couldn't know the man rhymed,but the Belle's face a study after reading this If each rememl ered-the other'wa a

'Uem' <
::2 .a .'...L>ntntat" ,;"tyrants"' 'was' a I By Mrs. Readers side stood a long, ungainly showing that she had stroked scientifically have sworn ; being a woman, she If women were: so kind to. theit hva-

,heard. so often'that' she man,with a good face. He was the velvet of his softest vanity. talked. bands as they are to their.lovers, j, .. .',

the' different tones quite unembarrassed, but Belle'wondered "If Mrs. Beade. could... __ bear. h .us .she "Poor, .weak brain I she said, contemptuously If fuel and]provisions were_laid in

tthvto'hear whether; if,be'.could have been would be delighted,". she. continued, "I do him the honor to during the. high" -tide of. Wi. ferfijfeIf t

, : : ; ...,.... 'these.things said, made conscious how unconventional he sneering a little. "This'is the way- ..-.she take the trouble to give him the both"partieeremembered 1 y. 4 w. .i tat they

,.teemed to strengthen her was he would have remained unembar-- wishes, us to. talk.."' ', -, the most educating ache he ever had were married,*for V"worse, as -welTaa* for

braced her'armor anew, rassed. She did" not 'know him., His : "I don't understand' you,?':said Bra in his life, he who thirsts, for cultivation -- better. _11 _. 4 :i Stem';

..' resl world is'quite as Ieefanofhmgmthe nature was so simple and robust of cey simply." -and the serene stupid talks about men were as thoughtfuLot,,their
"I mean that Mrs. Reads wishes us giving me-me-pain I If he had seen aweetb
.!. love nerve, Jhat,,. ..,thejQO8t: ":carefully wives as they are of their rt..
iwthfag. The caustic explanation of the transgressionsof to pretend that we believe that tour miserable me first! Language fails I" If,'there \ere'fewer4 silk and,Wvet,

.T". <, ...a defiance of unquiet' i his singular appearance against all little penny-dips are lighted with "She prepared to answer the note at street,, mora..t phia'tt r
: '
to whetber-men:are likely the canons of the :world.of mode, he the j sacred file, and to talk'.as if we once; and sat dipping the pen in the ink house dresses /".;..aas.a V-

;. 'hearts inside out'for' in- would have said, sincerely: "Does it were real," pouted Belle, discontent- a score of times, while her hand shook If there were fewer''pIeueu.."

.;: >iihelr5 cue Is to be coldly matter?," Apdtif ,somebody, for the edly. when suddenly the unspeakable absurdity in public and more_ eommttti. miaBenhv, .'
' : not real?" said Bracey ivttt,+\':#j +4? ijfc.
:,'r .., ;; Still- when some unleldr love of him, hid tried to teach him the "Are you of the situation dawned upon her. private. .. < ... *m t. a...,, '.
,. ,'.:iat.ii V with more or. regulation outer man, he would have quite gravely.. "I am perfectly sincere She threw down the pen and shouted If wives and husbands would ,take
<. x :that'he".tinci In her turned the ooble-efforts to confusionby in all I write: couldn't write if I were with laughter. Her sense ,of justice some pleasure:,as they gbj'aleaf"aad"

' "wen. ,.'and Mould. fain make some incongruity.. .that not. BeauBrnmmel'a not." told her that it was solely her own fault not degenerate, into some.toUiag ia rchinee. "
;. .':' h'. libitation' permanent, self could have foreseen.' "No, I'm not real," said. Belle, im that she had received the note, and hex ',Becreaeion&necesiiRrjtekeeBthe '

-,- >x;;" -' -fd isk-;how,.- 'it. vias" po He had, as I have said, a good face. 'To' petuously., "I try to be sometimes,butI own sense .of humor found expression heart in. ,'its .aBd"t n i" '...".. '

i {iDonld"care so much for be sure',the lines of it'were round rather am not.". < ..- in laughter. She leaned forward again without tia a Dig.miatake,, :"" : .
eie whom be'pitied so heartWruleio'despotically1 than pvAl,bijt ihat stands'for the gentler Bracey.looked first; sad,then thoughtful and hastily wrote: J .'
';. ] then radiant. His eyes smiled into <
? f aide of humannature" ; and his nose' Dear Mr. Bracey:Thank you foe Ceorgie Didn't Take the Calle:
} r ilsiss.dient from all small and undecided like a child's, but hers." "-he said your confidence. You have given a .-=-- .
1 believe ,
r >ifrd keui exception'to indicated a lack of combativeness you warning a ,man is I rarely'generous Littto ,,been iek..attdwas
: aaothecmen prettily shaped I, "I must certainly ask Mrs. Beade enough to give,because he fears ridiculeor Georgte.had .
: and power not good to see in about this man," thought Belle. And mistake. I see you have not thought consequently placed, upoa. s_elost

fy tfiitMiM Woodbury i a masculine face. He had full, soft lips; she accordingly did so, 'eliciting that either possible. 'Thank you again. Al diet. Feeling,somebetter' begged>>!

'. borifart: At an that came,suavely together like a Ger- Bracey was a man 'even more. of the 1 ways your friend Isabel Woodbury. for just one piece:ofake.. ." ",Doffs your;

fevelopnttntabrilliantworld man's kindness again, and love and people than most Americans, but .one I She sealed this, and went off into an- head ache, ?". asked his mother. "Ko,.

had taken a fancy talent. Eyes soft and patient, like who was ambitious for a college educa- other gale of laughter, and at intervals mamma. ,** Qeorgie replied eagedj It.,"not

k 11 ii fief that she had fa those of a lady's horse. He. was very tion. Every kind ,of.)misfortune had during the day lounged against doorposts one mite.." "Do. .you feel,
__ ieh '
d'mitre. Belle and had sweet voice. stomach?" "No, I, feel firsi rate "
: quiet, a combined to make the fulfillment of his and leaned upon tables, and musingly ,
e tlie'tieining of her '
+ Belle summed him up in this way,and ambition impossible until within the muttered: "It served me richly "Wellthen, ,tt'. saidjitotmother-guess
<" 'aiiriitazally A teeerved; and5admitted had met hun "Kr.Bracey"-and was past few months, when, not dauntedby right."Philip Shirley in The Argo you bad better'not have any." Fancy
I.,, t.sl1kiugnth him about whatever every the fact that he 'was two or three naut. Georgie's feelings, and wonder what
bored her.k' would have been the maternal 'verdict
: discussing that afternoon, I older than most graduates, he had
body ,was years o
and meauringle. she
: had his head ached and his otossaoh
aware how entered the freshman class at the Uni- .
when she became suddenly '
7coatd tie Adadi' Menken, or Sleeves have almost disappeared from felt bad. .
to herself: I and fully designed to remain
she was saying versity,
atthiepititulbetwixt the waists of evening dresses, but the -
.: nb is it?'' wonder if I could make him love me. I until, he took his degree.. arms are covered by kid gloves that are r ... ,
wish I could." Not at all because she was "He writes ?" asked 1JeUe."Or Avery fashionable materialfordressy
nearly a yard long, and that reach from extreme
,::l ddT', t4Aer SQ friend, interested hi the man, but because she you would not see him here simpered shoulders to wrists.1 .The gloves match home toilets is eream-white'eerpd.flannel

i ii thought it would amuse her to see him Mrs.Bead: "I liked his poems the dress In color? ,. trbnme4with( long loops array sodas
I ; workwilliwhat not 'be"fierce and IUd .. of white moire :or satin ribbon For
suffer:, He would, oh, he has genius, :Miss Woodbury i i -
:" tb4. ggarxeubqdon't restive on the jack,'"but dumbly and I*never rested' until 1' met him. The stockraisers of Colorado estimate young married ladles.ttia(abdoii-made. ,

submissively wretched, like the'dog his Isn' he strange and brilliant, and isn'tit the aggregate value of t.beirocb and into.teagowaaaad Gmciatt.tohea.with.r' :

M A A tt rtmnge.master'Tivisecta, or the doe the delightfully Bohemian 'for, him to herds at,135,000,000., .The number of -t.a tit lace,ait: aAita. .F '

hot, thai should, hang been kept jorf. dress abe does?" .. .0.1.. horned cattle to placed 2,260,000. 1nWIQ ethalaly. .,( l) 3-1.... <1. ;. :
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;:;I.ii'J.. -'L.. .' ;-" '.ho-. ._.. 1-2-1.," '_. '. Nj.: 1 _c/"'JW''ft.Jr.u. -..' ''''' .,., ..I ., ). WindowShadeslDry. Goods, 'fI" wing-named settler has'"
t. -3 /
wt'c. .1PM: \
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'' "' J- his intention
'' ''' 1'1 to make
'z << LcTia8aa for F final
Bockledge Monday ..
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; /- Te- ---* < i; jrf port of his claim_and that

'I .: lEBiEP'o. : ;alidThnndiyaLead -.' KOHN"FUECHQOTT.'.& BENEDICT: be made before r...A.vlx :: r k

.. ... 1 TltusvllJe.FJa.. onl .
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/ ; ; Boetiedfc Tuesdays &Fridays.Imovdcr 1I
;; :t" I Berrian Nail
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i l'f ;.t:;< .&. : '''T; ? :''' .t' toavoiaateppStxitmenito shippers, JACK8OHT1U.E, FLA. Homestead Entry No.8D8fl .,
1-4 of 3 E 1-4
;;... .: *s.>Aw5fi'r..J..t. ,- .,... Afffreight> .. brat RocUetge Wilkin "* sectional sad
'.. 'I'k1t1. ,;,"':., .,.. ( 1-4 andV l-lol 8W:; LI
.f ', ;; ";-----'f attention to Orders and Correspondence concerning township 21 .
son's wharf) Mtm&ayt and Friday* Special paid gouth.'ntpyg aa n
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... '- BRI ,He the
/ 4"ih. .. Joe.'H.::Smith Captain H P. WUkinstain Goods. names followia r> ri
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_ .'"'h ... ... .' J ... .< prove his continuous resides**.
':.'..:'.:- it; :...-... '.' ":1 '". :- -P.:. 'f"'b, '.. A Co.,Agents. nb lit 6m40 cultivation of said land Tb:
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: 'h."N: .:; offered 'to Dealers E.P. Wilber, J. K. W
I' *' *'* "t"STORE Inducements ger
H ; ? .. Great are ,
t. =.*. 5 ys. : :...,.r'.. ,....... ;:',;:'......,., _/iTf' J. M., Dixon Rose, all of TUnsville Fla ";;
.. : "JlJ.. .l,.f" ..... .1 ,. 52 L A::
f.::1 .. P"t'r':.. .;f-,,,, <..j.,,:!; -".'Oi' 'f'D111V1LLE,' :, : FLORIDA. Hotel and Housekeepers.; Register United States Lm4 "
:1 '_ .. ,.ftrlIBt't.F.. : ,.PLOBIDA. 4 ..
: .I Dealer -
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:f''<.' : ;:,oJ.:... '" ".;. 1<' y;:;, f!;:"',-. ..."--. .Drugs Medicines- Chemicals We keep everything imaginable in the line of goods mentioned above: NOTICE, ';t."fr:',.''II..-: .:

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:'l;< : -::'-.-. f "" "J:; ;'!> .': .,:.?.. ,. ::. Fancy and Toilet Articles J9In ordering describe your wants, limit cost of goods ,,and you will receive -- r \
te ttSi" f,. -' .'" .gives
:r NOTICE hereby
!.' > ... -----r.:t ',. 0i. ftrtaery DywtiilB Mb Oils what order..
_'." you lowing named settler
,/ .. ; I'.I. :.; .' "sr hat filed i,
i.... '.. ,.,; ..A: .,.t;" "h % ..'..4...'. ,. Varnishes brushes,&almost everything his intention to make final pmf
.t.'. .. ... ,r- first-class WALTON WHANN & 'CO., port of his claim and thataajd '
..';,;\'t. :r. ;; .,.# kept by a Drug House. j ]
q,. "';.'t->--... .,'!"'"-!>" '-Ok"iJ--" ." <. Any drag, medicine or instrument be made before A. A. Stewart,
E, j 'OWM red Mcit Reliable Place of needed by customers cult court at Tltusville Fla:,'on*

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} Fla.
i ;.< f' > q; Prescriptions carefully compounded LaGrange Homestead i I
x ii ;,.# SIIiITES. 9,937 for the N i of S W i and.l
night or day with and dispatch
io.: .. and Manure. of section 32.
', '!' ft. Vegetable township 20 aoadt
'- { "" 'A' '0"t"4 :" by competent persons.. Iy36 Orange '" t..
? .:: ,... .:,.. M :...,., '" .:. :' He the r Ji1 :
r ; OIt A Indian,t Biter,.'-.Dealing" in W. 'I. MOORE PREPARED EXPRESSLY for the use of the trait and vegetable growers of, his continuous following ':"

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i; :...-.11.: General Commission Merchant fruit. A. J. Pace. Rufus Herndon ;,c
: F.-r. .r"'' -M--+ and will sUPPll\,bearing trees with the food needed fbr-heavy crops of
;; '..,.G \xerchftndise;; IT \V nursery stock and vegetables'.a luxuriant growth and In''the Herndon,all LaGrange Fl-V5suu,--l, ''

, ,,' J__._. .. A.'IDEAT.. IX latter- tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.. 53 L $'
, ,: ;.-. r.: .. .. ; Register United States Land .

.f. ,'. t ;' "' -...., ; IT IS,SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED, FOR PINE-APPLES. .., );'-
: :J Ncsle btil ,.. goods are Groceries and NOTICELand .d :
.t \ M:'" :."".,.., 'it,,: .. 't"t ;
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I"r.f ."'- WALTON WHANN& CO., Office Gainesville, J"I&.;. ,. ;
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-;"'- Wilmington, Del. NOTICE Is
ii.ii. i bfrebvglTeDthaU" .1

" :."'..,.."..:.. ....,.#"" I> *at this Stand.T''i amilySo.ppli: Ing-named settler has filednotl .._ :
;:1- ";y"4' '4r, ) Ask Captain McLean of the sloop .Agn to bring you a tact of the intention to make final
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;i" 4fiJ\\.'::1"1* ; -< '- .. of his claim,and that .: ,
I .:it! c v' Titusvflle. : : Florida. made before A. A.
> ,o' g}- 4; 'V: r.Re 1 ;;;,
'. -- -V :OTember lOth 1880. tf 47 PLOW BRAND.JNO.
t. ) court at Titusvllle, FUu, on
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8th 1883 vb Samuel sT
: Frost-
.-1.: ...h 1.i.-; .... ,.'"' ",::',. } HOME, SWEET HOME. ANDERSON,.of Ormond Agent for East and South Florida. ledge Flu, for Hd. So. 11.358 tV

.7,- >; :: :,. -: :...,."......._, j E i Section,Township Soutt, ::_
ilerA'Dollar .will buy exactly 36 East.. "I ...

.:\a'' ,iJ..-.r.o'..'..".....:,(.,.. .dX'""",,4..-.,--.: 'r COLLINS & CO. HARTFORD prove lie names his the tOUoWIOC"a'"

.: ,. s ft.: :;..!.i."i. PF" :..',,.......w8lft, Home home,sweet sweet home. Etltabllished'548.i cultivation of ?
;<' < ,. Carter, Aaron Cleveland.of

1.,. .,.rJ/...;.'.(,t,.," ._.,;h.#. .,'.-.. ...::..:,;: ,,_'"... Coming Home At Last. and Samuel Fields, John .r @1 ir;
. John Howard Payne,anthor of the t Point Florida %
,(- .;) ,HWMred' 1a18'f& of"i&
t" (. r, '-." mortal "Home, Sweet Home," was 49 wo L-A.BAB'PLa,Jt_ j
. n 4b..i -" r-" : wanderer without a home,who often bad ..
f ,14: 'r1. :: ':' not a roof over his head, and who died .OT.'T.c.'E", I $. ;" ; t.(
%' '
' fldhrsia: .air. en',_..tsi'..'"... '...'.."' far away from native land and friends. U. S. Land Office at
: .' .
'J'L..: .. .J-. 4'
. His remains have been from "
<' :;" .J' ;; ,k.- : '', transported Galati.
f .. ,_ ,. Tunis to Oak Hill Cemetery,Washington .,. COMPLAINT bavin ,\'
..... .. _._.. .
: .
'' .
D. C. where will '
until the
The they rest last : '. this Office by H. MeD S 1'A
t. .J Headquarters Store, trumpet bids him rise to that Home. .r II. Stockwefl for abandoning hlll'

f{ J.i. ..) iA 't-v: Sweet Home,, where homeless ones shall .- .. ,. stead Entry Number41SO"da1ed Odd';;;

t ;-: + # .. Titusvflle Fla. rest forever. 14th 1876 upon the E of N EiV *sslWl 1'

!.t ... ,"....';"j:. .J".rt.'". ... Meal i l Homes Are Happy HOMES.Yes ...'. \W 4 i of Section X E i 10.Section Township 9,. aDd 2S S.&_[....r.t... !

. f; ..! ..... ",," ..."", _. '. I our homes can be made happier East, In Brevard county iC';
.: n.DI1J! ICb..DDlJ! 50 Cts Only)! and sweeter through the refining influences MANUFACTURERS OP view to the cancellation :of said:Ml .1.,+
of music. Put In the
or the parties are hereby summoned *
J: ; PrW.d. Pocket Bible Organ,provide the latest Music, gather pear at this Office on the 16th dayot!::a t

;:,-. v. .;-..ltif Ceiti ennui S'te. > ,. In the children and the neighbors anmake Axes Hatchets Picks 1SS3. at 10 o'clock a..m.. to respond : '!:
the old home with
; N ring sweet and furnish testimony concern1ug I. t.ff.

\ Thiab.byfrWehandeomestandbesr : t inspiring melody. SAND abandonment. ;

-'. ,"J-trV_ i- Where to get the Piano or Organ. OTHER EXTRA. QUALITY 'L. A.Bau iI3: .Na:
Bible forthe money 'made. It 43 3w Jon r F RoLLlxz. ..",
; ever con
Send to us, of course. No other. House -
-'sfe. ,}rl rJ ;0-
North or South can give yon such bar
taina.both the OW'ud...New Testamenti gains. We lead all. Ten Grand Makers FINE ."OTlaE.r. ,( ,. ,0J15'F
*-- >. -* and over 300 styles to select from. Low i Six months after date pnisiljt ">;I
( anslatedout,of J .the original tongues est Rock Bottom Prices. I Easiest term Of all size and prices $30. ,Also Flowing IffacTiiws.Farmers his Honor' A. McCrory Jodgt'G C W*''t!

) for payment.Maker's names on all intro valuable county court of Brevard county,IT*, ipsrjp; .
;: with all.the former translations diligentHA ments. No stencil or cheap Instruments receive Information- catalogues. Ac., final accounts and vouchers as ZxwHl
by writing to the makers
.. % '. sold. Ouly house in America selling Pianos i of the Estate of Samuel".Moor* ton'saki :;t
? vly t
' ,compared and-revised. and Organs on the one pnce plan. COLLINS & CO., 12'Water St., New York.PARSONS' county deceased and ask for a'tral ,
..:.. : Uniform pdces to all.Purchasers supplied discharge as such Executors s'1 1

; direct. Every man his own PiicfEas Wissojf: !Eliearbl:rr
tIt'has a beautiful .'cloUi cover, hand vgent.
: March ,
. &*s&&i& 8--i frL.aoinel .. PIANOS$200, $225:>>, S2.)(). 9300. 29,1SS3 (41i.1r) R

fi :\ ; lettered*" "_ in gold on side and also ORGANS- 22, 830, $30, 75,- $100. ;; ILLS NOTICE. Jt% ti
. -back s v.! ..I. Sent on 15 days1 test trial. No money U. S. Land Office Gainesrllle YJi:1'. : .
on. ; red. edges and. printed 'in clear required until satisfaction is given. Six March 27, :_ :. "
-J***#n JVr. -
t months exchange privilege. Six years cJlV.rrli.rl'oit'J'lr: :ak"J .. =f.lf. !. Complaint having been entered,..' I IIIi\\Z
: type' containing altogether, one thousand guarantee..Every inducement that can!C .pUutttfcM.Pill kavtM ***!. 1'; .."",_+.\II P! ", So1d.e.r,R6.n" :. Office b\ D.Chalmers Erlue:sgaladItd'
arc; #. ..., honestly be extended; send for latest illustrated,.Wlws.ahi.n..n. ftM4fbrp.pbl... J."J>aa0rts00ra ostsalaua win 1'. trost for abandonlnjf''2.f.i t

: hundred-----S;: -, wind. thirty' .four- pages. Catalogues special offers, Pricelists stead entry number 3.213..datf4 '--
: ij.--
4.a aud full information. We can suit you IS:'. upon the lots 3 and 4 Section] std 'f
Bibles no:better are'sold for. twice ,and and we will If we get half a chance. The Florida. Star PrintingOfce.. lots 3 and 7, Section 36 TownshI rI '!

F at #t Range 39 E., in Brevard county] .ti
:. 'eyentthree. times the money'ire ask, fohn r SMALL MUSICAL INSTil UMENT ALL'KINDS OF with a view to the cancellatJOB :01..... \'a

, ,.*. -, .t' *.* ...,-.", .. Violins Martin GuItars Aocordeons, entry: : the said parties are hereby: atJS-'l}
littlegudboiid Itichter Harmonicas Concertinas Flutes moned to rises..
MERCHA.NTILE: appear at this.Office on 1.
, open..:- atdy&Aool'eraaadasboiwsolwdoweatn "__1. Fifes, Clarionets, Drums Dobson banjos, PRINTING, day of May 18S3; at 10 o.eIOekL\.,*.; -
.. forJ
1: -> '. -t., (;" Tamborines, O au1nLS. Immense stock. respond and furnish,testimony :concealIng l

to be priz .."- Direct importation. Lowest prices; sendfor ,Furnished at Short Notice.sMQ said alleged abandonment._.':, *JT'*
'. Retail Catalogues.PA L. A. BacxEd,'Berister.t;ft"
'"'l I is GANINIITALIANSTRI21'GS.IIandsomest 49 4w Jon P EoiussTRecettfRfa
OfIl !!.0/iROell/
(, .:;. ": and best in the wide world.Our Tlza>teletsl..tu
fi lI; "ibt ": g v .M..e.besr aDd Oetss ..,. NOTICE. ..j
"' At special brand, sold for: ten years past Cocpl B : :

"eoioe' "'got.vp'.""'soe/iop.....,.4/ ";",-=Ofcacrtwr.Tf I Used by the best violinists. Price 25 cts I I V --.I'IpIOrpu..... lsteMifa. wain Kasi Mat JTEKK+tsasaa wUa>toll mr.toltre partkuUrt.em.d U. S. Land Office at Gainesville.'FKlMarch' ,. \.
'" I each. 85 cts per set for,Violin, $1 23 for 1 ]>VISITORS!< ARK; ALWAYS 21.1& *
Bible is .KLCOML411
yon"want a now .i e.timeto'
.; -/c---; -n> if "--. .. : MatsrsYgaw > V.1EAaa'lasalu.strJsrssr.. Complaint having been totIreII.a&iIIIe .
send for it- One copy of.the,"greatest of : SHEET MUSIC. Immense stock. Every- _- Office by Thomas J. DeStabtq s M",,5'
f- Richard C. Hudson for abandontok 11t-7:
thing published.
Everything published.
'i: allboob".sent postpaid to .any address Over 300,000 pieces on our shelves. Price CONSUMPTION L. J. CARIILE. homestead entry{'number'Ill"*arts.?,i

;': .otf receipt of 60 teats Only. ,Address, reduced. Music Books In endless variety. 1 Cured. May 7th.1877, upon the Iota 1 and,.1Uou '.1'1''
.. 4> Thousands of music teachers supplied. Positively WINE AND S LERoos 1.-32 S. and lot 8 Section 34,T** '

f. -: u'7 siriED BTATie.PtrRrD1lTYO Co.,- Catalogues free. All sufferers from this dla *ae that are anxloo shi Florida Range 3i E;"'in Brevard eo*' t

, ;,"f-a .,t9 BAND INSTR UMENTS. Brass and Sil- *to be cured should try Dr.Klasner cele ,ATTHE. ty wkhavlewtothecancelJ*** i:,
I .., .,lSrorth'Ninth. Street. brated Consumption powden. These powdersare of said entry: the said partiesare hefsbf z
..7 : ver, German, French and American. Ro- the only preparation known that will cure LUND PACKING HOUSE.
.'ss..1r.f> Philadelphia, Pa., tary Valves,Light Piston, Genuine Cour- Consumption and all diseases of the Throat summoned to appear at thisoffiosoAVS. !
.; ois. Banda supplied with full sets. All and Lung -Indeed, to strong U our faith In TItusTlIle, FlorlFIRSTCLASS 22d day of Mar 1883, at 3 o'clock p: *." ,
them and also to convince you that they are to respond and furnish testimony:eocernlug $
: 'Valualile Tropertv.Thirty competition meet; send for catalogues. no humbug,we will forward to every sufferer '
HOME SWEET HOME. Our new popular by mall poet paid a ftrwe Trial Box. .BAR said alleged abandonaeut.. 9 >t\\
;. :, ;. Foe. Sake f Home Magazine, Monthly. 50 cents we dont want your money until yon are 1.. .,BaRNia, RegMtsr- '_
n" : perfectly satisfied of their curative If
( of land ia the. '' Poin.'Hammock. 11 per year;illustrated. Cheapest magazine li/e la worth ,dont powers. 49\\-1. Jolly F. RoLL> 3. :BeceitW.. \
l .cni City your saving delay In giving Choice LiijuonJ :Wines and CiIan. :
I in existence; specimen copy free. :Premi- these powders a trial,as they will Barely cure f---il-:
< Splendid new galvanizedWire um Album containing over $-1.00 worth yon. nice,for large box Si.00,or 4 Boxes for .:'J :, ;t -,
: twelve *10.00. Sent to any part olthe United States or .tt Beer always on draught 6
around Five ,
: Fence acres of music given each subscriber. Canada by mall on receipt price. Address, .

Hundred ypnng healthyOrange trees EccnfJUtuical Want Supplied at ASH d fiOBIIINS, """- .=. :t'ii'
47 ly 960! rulton Street Brooklyn.X.T. = r.BAmE
"'Ia ,
. Fortj4> .'\... .Beautiful Biver Mm & Bates1 Southern Music House, w..eeiod."r'""" ""'a e.....s..saeuai.C. &mia. '1 1

; Front "Bixacres as fine cane and banana SAVANNAH, GA i FITS/EPttEPST, :" .. ..... nco",f3IIa.c.&s..f"'I1"'t u.s.- ...h. /.I }
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land M kuthe.state. Adjoining The Great Wholesale Piano& Organ Depot -
H.Hereieil' Or ,,Falling Sickness I =- DBS. WALTCE' MbTJNTAIN PABt]Jf
thelandof the'HonWm, ,; Sharpe. of the South. j L.J '$
pl odbpportanity for .any onedeainng'to Permanently cured Xo Hnmbng-By one tlt. .. & ... ... Wernelm'lIe;(BfeaiBaidin: )a
Month's of Dr. I 11
usage Goulard's Celebrated Jn- ..
make a, good investment, astheplcmttk FOR SALE fallible nt Powders To convince sufferers .. -i r'a= AtttatlelrylTH ,,,

. ; be,;101d.",;'Tit1ee ,:perfect. A $at- ottomed boat, sloop-rigged. them that these we will powders send them will by do'man.all we post claim paid.for a I E''iutIIT If E"C" tJi!
# I'ree TrIM bas. As Dr., Goulard II (
. DirtiesIntendtogto parchase can make- entl three feet long, with a comfortable Physician that has ever made Is the only .t' PATENT A0. PAY. '
this disease .
*enquiries of I>r. CLlVLHoIaes: :oc-Hon.W. cabin,-and'new sails. Good breadth special 1tDdy.u4utoou knowledge thousands a PA E.. .. :Obtained far eemurtr l.a. For IttDRStoiMen and disevM of*H it1"i ib "'
: have been penaanentlv eared-by the tbI." :noequaU8aadioxpuipfel t T6]"" ,b"
; .-.H Sharpe!(" tij"a.a/fuIther' of beam insuring good carrying capacity, use of these PoYden. we'will guaranteepermanent a I aDd --.WIt.i7 ph Gi e=amina 15 cents.Circulars fee, :Address as iTHS II01Il

'pa cailarsaddreyA?:PjTP haTltQulfr.:: Boat is perfectly pand. sails- LAJao' all money core spend In every ed. >AH eas*svfferars or nfind should you I cn ide tOl' PateaW fmeat'W ft'eo .::49 r .; '

1t iht Point 'mule of small size thai Twill give these powden an ead7 alai and.b* eonTlneed -.I L a8llAswmaco. ; !
1D 0&'oi'1'0 ( Fla.or a good ,
'. 'n Pe City ; of their enrattve.powers.. I. < .;
1 confer with'Obtain Peter: Bright! of work:anywhere, For further particulars Piles for Urge box IUD or 4 boxes far 1OOO -
Sent by man to any part of tbe 11.a.or Canada ', ..1 Uf.-"
the. fart aafling'aloop>f Ml V'" who will :I address &, STAB OFFICE, on receipt AdareseTASH of prtee.or A BoBBlNST by evpreaa,C.O.1). II, Ilti 100 1.a., ;.. JHRESHE8S a......

, carry- parties to see the property.- I 47 2m Titusville, Fla. 47 ly 880 Fulton street,.BrootJrD.:.T.I s.a.J > 41Ca1,rWWylfara.,, I I .CIWdMNI..,....M41rsa........) ....._..'_.-o..eo:.....P.-IIIII iU-o.; ,,'i,,;

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.:: ..._... .;;;:;;,.c.--::: .w .w r.rtrW.M ''Jo'make'nltelt: : Mader; putthreeUbleapoonfuis

;*Ut '!.:-...... -- .' .. ,'Jjf",,:i'm.-t. ./ -!'-I- 111II' floe. iBftpfwon". ;r'r': cstio4al seeds,=.'iatLglPorskiilraerjwsBeciiuc n ,vinegar well mnixed'ogetfier bn'a large
.)t1 \I.I'lidoltttAi'p '*"*"=No- +;ei,e<hr****<<.braid"ofl J' ,!pggesta phyafcaltfi '"'" flat .dish; 'and'on, tnls'lay?';the-steak.1
-* "
>*.j-; *t "> 1"
to it*possessor ': '. .c: ," < 'afterward. But Is of ten dangerously: near tai wtekedness, ,
.. '>.< : Ih" F : thought Jane ,Beagle, : : Bait must never be put ron steak''before
.tJ_for 1 agmp change; all she said was: ." Oh, Billy ; I was and that f we would preserve thembral it isvcooked.. The,steak*-'must vile':zeal

8JiL11Or: .::' gfien 4t hilt a such goose fifteen years BJ!." ,1.. faaceiahtaaodetywe; ; jnnst,!look well this tender-matingmixture. foe si,least

:' .. I,'t ,UIe'.thatuMJmen-. ... ., ./ "I'm glad Billy bad:sense, to. Tnarry to the physical culture and'' developmentof ; half an hour to. aside';' the toughest::
ded the wash-boQer,that Bjorning. And an old maid;"! air.Gr ndnui'Winkum' ,the,.young., steak will.sucumb to this,and be.'perfecfe. .

__ '1fl1tim that"stuff ells+ i/i--+tnStothditniritdt2. 111thelk, I at the wedding. "Ga1 il BO hity-tity, >Poor TKA.-There' eaters into theimportations ly l'tenderwhenC cooped.' .:. d' -

__ *acI*-; sues with a..1U""at'.cIeM: J.IJ .it, .which and widdera is so kinder overrullin' and of tea tD,this,country GRAPE CATSUP.Take, 9ve.ponndeof

.o- ;;ar loLi aas eel7 -. stood,in the Bitt nirootD get it The unsettlinV Old.maids is kinder,.thankful large amount. of adulterated;exhausted. ,. grapes, pick'over carefully and"pulp,

tnpbody else; ,gyps;fotlowed f her cnaflng,''laughmg,,: and willin'' please.?', .' and- otherwise improverished material.-" them. Boil the ,skins until' tender;'

an d i faleli>itoi hinting things. which brought blushes But Jane was too happy to be off ended English law strictly prohU its the intro- cook'the';pulps'andstriUi'tTuougbacolander :

Uarothatnthese to Jane's_ cheek. She peeped) into, the ,by anything any woman could say. duction of such tea into Great Britain, or sieve to"'remove''the seeds,.,

changed his old lady love drawer There lay the silver spoons and I... and hi 1881,more than 44,000 package, then add the skins and cook: ip ii'Witb'

'ha rds'omeJiaeBesgle" forks, the .sugar tongs, a broach set I Sanitary.The forbidden entry there, were exported, three pounds of sugar,one quart or less

rjabe_'Beagle." ,' that hasn't with pearls; Jane's only costly,bit of the most of them to the United States. of good cider vinegar, two tablespoon, -;
i T T risen lathe world jewelry, and a roll of bills. Miss Beagle female half of the human race : Among these bogus teas are those that fuls of cinnamon and allspice;' halt a l

saaid; was a person drew her little income once a quarter as a whole, is quite as healthy as the have been already steeped and used, and teaspoonful cloves. Boil,thoroughlyand

thatno; one would and kept it in the houSe in fear of the male half. Small muscles, pale faces, then worked over for a second use. can for future use.. ...

dto call bimBi IyrWinkum. savings bank, which had once ceased and nervousness are confined to those This is a matter of great interest to all BEEFSTEAK AND POTATOES.'....:Take',

,i -'attingtn Pinknm was payment for awhile. people whose women dress like ours. tea drinkers, a legion among the farm large and tender steak;bone it, and

watch; The bright eyes, set close .together in The corset contributes more to this bad era, and they will approve the legislation scatter over it 'bits of butter, salt 'arid'

,.the gypsy's head, saw all at a glance; health than any other error in .woman's proposed in Congress to exclude : pepper, a little sage and 'finely'chopped

''owned by no, one 'in BIl- and her smile was very bright as Miss dress. Next to this come ,the long, those abominable combinations. onions Over' that spread'a thick' covering

: :Jane put'the twenty-five cents Into her heavy skirts, which drag down the body HOT MILK AS A RE T RER.-Tbe of 'mashed 'potatoes; 'well'' 'seasoned

aemeri but that had hand. and fetter the legs. Another I serious ? with salt, free !i'butter'and' a'lit
ProwZo icalJpurnal says:. Milk that is
sKfoe.inpre desirable to:.Bill- "I have taken a notion to you," shesaid fault in woman's dress la,unequal, dis- heated to much above one hundred degrees tie milk.' Boll up the steak-with' the

u -had ;met Jane, very looking at the palm of'the beauti- tribution. While the chest and hips Fahrenheit loses for the time a potatoes inside, 'and 'fasten the aides

uidnow,Jane would very ful if 'not youthful hand that' lay in may be overloaded, the legsm exposed. degree of its sweetness and its density; and ends With' skeWers.. 'Put the steak
that herkialeitherMi. hers.- "There's luck afore There'sone The feet and in the coldest into rwith'
proTed'tohim you. legs ,are but no one fatigued by over exertion of a baking pan >large 'cupful
fifteen years ago.had been that is liked, not far off, eh?" stratum of air in our houses and need, of stock or gravy,and let it ook-lI w...
body and mind, who has ever experienced -
William Jane blushed'again. on this account, extra clothing. The I the reviving influence of a tumblerof ly, basting it often. Serve with a'rim

': nnkuni no longer grieved ,"He'll give you a handsome house, small size of the legs, as compared with this beverage, heated as hot as it can of mashed potatoes'round the" platter. ,

.: he regarded it ..asitne and let you up in carriage," added the the trunk,exposes them to loss of heat. be sipped, will willingly forego'a resortto and garnish with.watercress.

> gypsy.; "Now:own upi; lady/youfheart. Their great distance from the lungs in- it because of it having been rendered How TO MAKE AN ODD DKSSSKT. '

.m hasnt married," said is toward him,''isit-nott" creases the difficulty. Then, the legs somewhat to the Here is a novel and pleasing way to
J w} 'an4.;11e don't flirt around "He does not care whether_ it is or not;,' among our girls and women have very palate. The promptness leas with which its prepare a dessert. ,It is especially adapted .;

"s young girls,' nor pay atten- sighed" i Jane ;.unaware, :that" .' she. 'had I little clothing. The narrow soles and cordial influence is felt is indeed sur for the children's birthday dinners in

T bare not a gray hair. spoken. high heels of their boots check the circulation those happy households where ,inch
prising. Some portions of it seem to -
1eeeolder, than I" am'anyJT "Lady,". said the. gypsy, .solemnly. I and increase the coldness of the be digested and appropriated almost days are kept as joyous festivals:.Make

rif >;: should like me have a great power. lean bring together lower extremities. When the circula- a small hole in the end or side of.a number ,
immediately and many who fancy they
f "' the, disunited' 'I can.,cure. love" trout tion in the feet is impeded, the warm need alcoholic; stimulants when exhausted of egg shells. Through this pour,

i '-seonceaUnent. ,_., .."-.did. not. seem bles.': >o asXtell._ : you: .an.d.he. shall come blood from the chest passing down into ed labor of brain or body will find in out the egg. Fill: the empty shells with'
k 'r -' bud on Mr. to you again.", .,. .., the arteries of the legs,is checked. The hot pudding, made of cornstarch,arrowroot
""WiaingtonWinknm's damask <4Whatam; Ito .do?': asked.. Jane, blood not passing freely through the contracted this simple draught equivalent that shall or Irish moa 'When.cold break

> *"*shouted on' the platform at carried'a; syby'iiecown,motions. ., and. .vessels of the feet, is arrested in be abundantly, satisfying and more en- off the shells, serve on small saucersand'

'(i'/nmrnpaired' lung power, the gypsy'a"dramaUc manner. .. its motion down the legs, and so fails to during in'its effects. surround the'eggshaped pudding with
,j..., Jt himself' a house 'on the hill "I'U tell' you, lady,".said! the, gypsy., bear its freight of warmth to the legs SULPHUR AS A 1)ISINFECTANT.-M. jelly or jam. ,If you wish to""take so
"Kneel down here'beade, this.chair/ d'Abanie recently read a,paper before divide the isbalf
;/j'2i- ;WiMt lled a'.housekeeper, his and feet. much toruble, .j'budding ,
grandmother, who hadJiildren : Let me cover your'face with this hand The inevitable lesult of this lack of the Paris Academy 9f medicine on and .add to one a iahiespooaful of

lw".tteen' ,and at ninety kerchief. Don't be afraid, it's. clean ; circulation in the legs and feet is con- "marsh fevers," in the course of whichhe grated chocolate, and'In this way color

'. it"'ti" !,"tilked. &nd ate with an it is a magic handkerchief Now thinkof gestion of the head and trunk. If the made a strong plea for properties part 'of the eggs. 'Sugar and 'cream,.

>jf. .-metin. a woman of him. Think pf,him ,,you, leve and blood cannot get'down the legs and feet, I I of this rather neglected disinfectant. flavored with vanilla, to a ''very" nice;

,'...f,.'.j'Y> ;. don't move untU I tell you." it must go elsewhere, and,hence,accumulates He cited many illustrations in favor of sauce,with this kind of pudding.. J .

tejuwith its bHght bricks, People in love'are generally Uttlemad in the head, chest and abdomen his argument; among others that in I Lamb steak dipped in"eggs;, and then'
I am afraid, and Jane had been the dangerous regions of African river and'' "fried '
: fj itI.e1aborate roof, its Girls and women suffer from headache, in biscuit or bread crumbs,
" ;,. ;r1t'stialcony'at'front I hopelessly treasuring .image of Mr. short breath,palpitation, congestion of mouths immunity from such fever is until it is brown;helps'to'mate..iriety., -

; ''. bf'Wi1tm1caipe ta, Warrington Winkum,in her heart' for the )liver which shows itself in a changeof often, secured by sulphur fumigations for the breakfast table. With;'baked
, ,. years. She did what 'the gypsy bade the flaked body! Also that the ;
: rl complexion and, more common still, on sweet potatoes, good coffee and'buttered :
fur-Jane beat fulness and in the Sicilian workers in low ground sulphur mnf'Vcne 4'
: ., her.The next moment she felt the handkerchief soreness, pain toast or corn -
;r lower part of the abdomen all producedby mines suffer much less than the rest of the with *
._, ... tied her and begin .day ,courage. ,
.Jt. tightly over
,.t ; : from inter-
& congestion. the surrounding population .BRTAD '
been mine if I next also with PmLoeorar; OF
han hands tied MAxtxe.e
:. .spt her were a '
4 To try to supply the needed clothing mittent fevers. M. Foque has shown. is being
"' .' She'ea1d it todays That, cookery ..
!IIIIII ..". ? __ stout corn. by skirts which the island of -
[':', L hang about legs, that Zephyria (on the volcanic basis of the higher education cf WOMB
',;, *pot IT* about house She screamed' but some one was tying and often some distance from them, is Milo or Melos, the most westerly of the &nd'Is being considered. one ef the ,...*:'

::..Ii.i, -i} when h ibbj she.old was house doing that "It's her feet no.use together., lady," ,said the gypsy'svoice I not very bright. The garments woolen, Cyclades), which had a population. of arts, is something" to be realised' by
\ should fit the legs U you ask how 40,000 when it was the'centre of sul- who mteods-tflK
I've the of the young woman
One after soothe blandly. got key every
. 1,' ,Poi it--some.. mar-{ drawer and I shan't hurt you. I'll just much? I answer that you should treat phur mining operations, became nearly assume the.duties of a well-kept ',homa-
". "' -of, your legs just as you treat your sholders.If depopulated by marsh fever when the and a well-fed household.
1 dead nobody re-i help myself go.
:. .. -'... thickness is not sufficient two moved farther east
:; _,"t. ,At"" ( >4" f S The spoons jingled. Miss Jane could one ,use sulphur mining was Perhaps there is ,no, more Important
4-l} or three. Each woman must determine and the emanations prevented by a branch hi the' of culinary< development
II can: stand much not see, but she knew that the contentsof process
r I: herself. With such dress of the legs, mountain from reaching the town. A
.7 i i e.J 'I must takeNobody the drawer were being transferred to than that of bie d'nsating,V
,S'. "' : thick woolen hose, broad-soled,strong simple way to use this article is to dropa that more practice, and:
'. .e iethlag" to the gypsy's pocket and she screamed and or any ;
:' ,i? '" 'feel sick shoes and low' heels, you will'escape a quanity flowers of sulphur on a red- The Americans have more kind
I care.
...,""' dsT: long.if .,. struggled vainly. ,
( large 'part of your sufferings. Your hot stove. bread than other nation 'yet thty
> f. far me." About an hour after the gypsy had of any ,
:" f*,,: :o.I, .- headache, fulness of the head, irrita- not always have better ,. ..Dd'I8b"erally ,
down the kitchen floor left Mr. Winkum drove past Jane's do ,
on: ,
.t tion of the throat short breath palpitation He Saw the Elephant.
r' "- not as is often found sfau
f The house in a buggy. He was fond of lilacs as good
.,n/polce. .. .rag'carpet pain in the sides and under the -
? .-
?. wx the line outside The and stopped to gather a bunch that hung An Indian merchant took an elephanto other countries. $-
blades discoloration of skin
J r cnabsfwell: : : scrubbedwere over the fence from a full bush. In old a fair. No sooner had he arrived There are many ways, of .making*
'"'tte iir j.Mt dry' '' panwoodwas times Jane had pulled lilacs for him from pain across the back, fulness, soreness, than he noticed a European,who,with bread, by mixing with yeast, by;rang:
"" -"-jrat;";tti : the bush. As he put'them to his nose a heat, and pain in the lower part of the out saying a word, walked round and leaven, by, salt-risings",or .milk. yeast;.
abdomen will all be relieved by a good. :
the. flour witfe. water
*'tad the smoothest whitemithw- scream met his ear. round the elephant, examining it attentively and by mixing
circulation in the legs and feet These I .. with.'carbonic acid ., called
addressed charged
"Something, ,is the matter, said he, on all sides. The merchant *
" ; troubles are quickly relieved by a foot seated bread. Yeast .bread 4s:by far .
rI as he ran up the path to the house. several questions to him with- ; :;
The kitchen was empty,the scrubbing bath. What the hot' foot. bath will do out eliciting a reply. An intending the most healthful and.economical ,of

{ hseaelmtl{llghed.Jaae.Ilike; a brush: on the floor, the pail upset. The temporarily good dress will do permanently. purchaser appeared on the scene, and all modes of making it Lesjven.:which "
_" gypsy had done that as she departed. the merchant turned eagerly to the Eu- one associates more with< .cookery. described
connection I must mention the
IB this
; Another scream was heard. He rushed and whispered in his ear: in Biblical literature, is a paste
foot bath. It is of the ropean
habit of shallow
talking into the inner room and found Jane with cold, one "Don't say a word till I have sold the made of flour and water and,allowed to

.frown upon her,but to her head tied up in a black silk handker- best features of hydropathy and is capital elephant, and I will make you a hand- sour. .Sometimes, housekeepers: and

i e.wsiaAsweredonthefn- chief, and her feet and hands bound. I treatment cold,feet. some present. I bakers 'keep a piece of.the' risen ;dough

U'r.k r Ina moment he had her untie<< The Systems of medical treatment come The stranger nodded assent, and remained for the next bread mixing, ,..and this, .is
rhoh aoRS il1! said a voice next 'she sat '!n/'a' chair. "Snch'a and go, but generally leave behind them mute as before. When the bar- leaven. '

. the handsomest house sight!" she said to herself,;but Mr. something good. A system or school gain was concluded and the money paid, To obtain good results in bread mak-

ri jlPholmo'e? Dont Winkum noticed that she had nice plump which fills the land to-day maybe' passing the merchant handed over ten. per cent. ing, we must ,begiu.with ;;yeari.if :'wjs

ityUDjouhow?" arms under her: 'tucked ,up sleeves;and away ten years hence, ; but it will leave of the purchase money, and said to the would have,that kind:.of_ bread,".'The

fr' cried Jane, jump- that her big frightened eyes some valuable truth or method. ,Hydro- mysterious personage : . following reliable recipe may v bo useful
s ;."who'ie that?" indeed. pathy has given us the cold, shallow "Now you can speak ; I want you to to some:

:aooa'aIn," replied, a foot bath. It is invaluable. The following explain how you emit to notice the
"I'vebeen tied here for I don't know How to. Prepare Yeast,: -Take, three
With 'a big straw "Oh is si good method :Into a small blemish in the left leg of my elephant, and
shesaid. sized
.p howlong, Mr.Winkum, good .potatoes, pare .them
.- ,jw1th j poppies on her ears, wooden tub or.keeler pour cold water till which I thought I had managed entirely
; how thankful 1 am you came by! have and place them .in_cold water.: Take.
door suland smiled at of an inch'deep.. Just conceal ?" .
; it is one-quarter to of
been robbed of everything I have-my small pinch of hops and one quart
;t!'It'a retiring at night place the bot- "A blemish I" replied the silent one.
only a poor gypsy before ,
jewelry. What I boiling water and boil in a porcelain
silver my money, my
discovered nothing it is the first
prertheworld telling folks toms of the feet'in the cold water and "I ; '
: shall do I don't know."Unprotected .", or enameled sauce-pan, and not in ,tin.
; Will have yours to let them remain five minutes. Now, time I ever saw an elephant in my life,
yoa women ought not Mix a quarter of a cup of sugar with. .
it out of sheer curi-
? I examined
reside in any house alone,?' said Mr. soap the bottoms thoroughly ; wipe dry and a quarter of a cup of, our, land,'two

<< fine iaagtiing. Why, Winkum seriously with rough towels,which,if convenient, osity.! tablespoons of ,calL into this.nilxture

a-.; 'aKx sw f.Yj Sometimes they can't well help it," should be heated; slap and rub the feet Cleveland inventor has sent to the grate the potatoes, this; keeps them .
,' enough to have lots with naked hands and finally A ..
f, said Jane.It your ; from turning dark,.and then pour on
l.ay' ':said the gypsy was so singular, hi that old calico, stand on the carpet and twist your feet life-saving service at Washington plans water strained and stir
the boiling hop .
eseuty-five with'saehehoes and back braid for from side You would and a printed description a vacuum
cents to you ; no slightly to. eide ,, ste21A ly. If the potato
: ,good tluct:?',Besides, tttat was hanging over her bureau-'glass think me extravagant if.I were to dis-' gun," to be used for throwing' a small V '' it aH in a double
like a thin paste, put ,
'xpometiaies' 'if we are upstairs-MisS Jane could never believe cribs the result sure to come from this iron boat, containing a man, with. lines boiler and cook trifle tuT it does

"N o it, but than add:tbereWOliam:Warring- change the, ,dress of:your leg. .and and other apparatus, over the surf in thicken' Stratn'the; whote/and 5'henlukewarm' ]
'doesnot' ,*.'eLanged' euddeuly into when relief from order to reach any'vessel; that nay be in .. ,
f' believe in herdreamed ion--WiDkuiD feet too bad, so addoue.cnpofoIc1, yet food,
here ire or+e thin onlyan
tq icy oratortCa1 flourish:of a'"big *n such a simple expedients'that so few.. novel one, but no great'confldence in its 'Wtth" ...T tl.p : \f ":
; : > I -DtoLaeto.: '' success is expressed by experts. b ... ,. I.,
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: ;.;;i{:' ." JI jii_ 1je Moon riaee'at" "' V '10- L' m.- STAPLE ,OS FANCY GROCERIES, Titusville
Moon 80th' t1ML: .a.r
qturtenthe : m.
Ji _d
fHoWhiskey Confectioneries, .
esiliidaii: !WIIise hilly"leap; t'p; Hotel Arrivals. D GRAY.ATTO: :; .

J.: iPf f For,the week ending April 25, '1883. Tobaccos and '
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j! ..\ >-O' .:. : aIJGiramn. lra"me"ved. Abner u rt H-Plant, WE, Plant, St.-- Louis f CIG ARB. RN EY-AT-tA 1t .;

i l" "teaie8 oa."2. rea3tienoe'oa Washing. Mo; Sarah A McKenney, Abington Mass; *jtf -
..... .., l. .. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS LaGrange, .
]. tAo.,...1..-t.;... 'J' 'Clh! Gennella Chapman. Abington Mass,: M T CROCKE'RY.AND GLASSWARE, :'t
; ;, ,:"" '''.> "1'i:. lIt't Jones/Long Pond Ga; T K Dixon( and is one of the very few tonic Wm. Scott. A.M.J

-; :::. Tetiei the t..Pf ,pineap wife City Point Fla],W A L Ostrander, 'medicines that are not com- LAMPS& FIXTURES Tttusville Fla.ScoTT .

.,. ale .1t : Je, by.E"B wsau,in\ an- ateamerGtnderel1a: Miss ;.Allaire City; posed mostly of alcohol or WOODEN: & TIXWARE.. "Tnn.-SD 1'
,. '0."" W B Dismore, L Bury, Mandarin Fla. \ .
ot1iliaL.u: '
." -' ,- : .jf- LUlO BOUSE.. whiskey, thus becoming a ATTOBNEYSATLAWVSanford ....' '
'; s.=,oar,daiily'mai'1. will be'; discontinued W H Moore, Lake Worth Fla; lJckmAn.Tama fruitful source. intemper-- Meal 'Corn : : -'f.:3Ir. .'- '--. :,

s .next&w dar.:eftDiDg,.from,Enterprise City Iowa; Geo 0 Hen- ance by promoting a desire : Scott is now located at 4

'to,thin place:i "l\\ let, Lancaster Pa; N C Bryan, LaGrangeFla for rum. 7Real Estate Law a .sp t
0 F L D John .
; Laney, Joyner, City;
, ., r* ..:....:ills f.'Indian 'River ?Athletes"- will McLean, "hoop Agnes; S N Holmburg Hay, C. B. .HACRUDER, ', -.p:;:t:.... :'

iJ practice,on their new grounds on Satur- Sanford Fla;' J Kitchell'Daytona Fla; ;f v

'' 'y afternoon.rA full attendance is 'i'eTbeDail Frank Forster, Jas Stewart, Robt Richardson BROWN'S IRON BITTERSis Oats Etc.also COUNTY SURVEYO ;ti ,|

.; '!r. j*; J 0 Simmons,T.E Hardee, Rock- guaranteed to be a non- .
sP'Rocklcdge '
qnested,* ,*F : Aj Ti tf s r ledge Fla; B E Wilson,LaGrange Fla: :N intoxicating stimulant, andit ,AND, NOTARY P TTwi, :.. .

':'..., ; 1..JforidaBcrold,' is the. name A :Bobie, Boston Mass; J T Lowe, Md; will, in nearly every case, agents for r
thatwe T R'Vickers, Montgomery Ala' J B Gray r
of bHghC.newBy evening journal -
% theiessze.A Chicago His; J B Williams, steamer Ibis; take the place of all liquor, Jacob Reeds' Sons,
S. .
,published .
r* '1i flfr *Vmeads Edward Rawson, St Lucie Fla; P H Wit- arid'at'the same time absolutely -J# ',,
.....-.A >4A,1,4Jackaonviie" : feld'Georgians Fla; M: 0 Burnham,' HWilson kill the desire for CLOTHIERS, ';i, ":::;
erlLIbiawilhecnrt4to, the1lfaTbPi4Nic'at ,- Miss D Wilson, Banana River .
Theetp whiskey and other intoxi. ?
r. Samples to'seen at store.NOTIONS. : .
Point Fla; J E McCluny, Jacksonville Fla; ,B :
;' Oleander next
L Summerlin, Orlando Fla; U D llen- eating beverages. ,. Titusvllle, ,
*r. Tuesday.morning_and..will return imme? drickson, schooner Illinois; S Twitchell, ,
diately after the dance;.in, :the evening. "Belle Creole;" E S Quimby,E J Quimby Ir E. EXGL.ISU. t a1Jl.

Ejumreipn i'aicteb! can be,had, to morrow. Aurantia Fla.NEW Rev.:G.W.RICE,editor of DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS, Sfel

, :,-- !r;&; F. Gray,of LaQrange,handedusyerteday.tabrningarataeanake's AD rEBTISEME. the American Qirhtian Reviciv Gents' CIotMni & Fnmisliiiir Goods. Notary Public
rat- says of Browns Iron .March 1st, 44 tf, Affidavits drawn and all business' ito V
me promptly attended to. t K :
tle, consisting,.jof fourteen'.rattles a A. L. HATCH, Bitters: Office at his resJde.ciTitusville. a 3#

the Cin.,0..Nov. ifi, iu:;r.
buttoBL1fe'.it largest one
was Di.GRQCERIES J1 1!
Gents:-Tlie fadwh wasting -
1 !
.that he has ever seen. It was killed in ;: of vital force in bu JKCSS, C01VI ..

the scrub'near hs pIa e.. pleasure and vickxts iu-l.l- D. ;':f't '.:

'=:The HndertKa a.started down the river PROVISIONS, gene of our people, makes BOO*. !.# :
your preparation a necessity;
and Su"'ij\
oti Monday,morning to stake' out 'tbe and if applied,will save hundreds Physician .

chinnel tljnragh the 'Narrows, and the DRY GOODS, who resort to lawns K, 'f';
Titusville. _-
t ,' for ,.
will return in time'to start on her first Hardware and GEneral Merchandise temporary recuperation.BROWN'S .It"..
.. Every Mistress of a Home In the South should F. GRAY.
mail trip next Tuesday morn n See her tire THE NEW DIXIECOOK.BOOKeIt g. ;

advertisement. on our' editorial' page.' CITY POINT S. 4w 45 FLORIDA.March IRON BITTERS contains the cream of all the other Watch Maker 'and:JewelSP .'

Mrl it'T Jones arrived at this Ilas'been cstcdfor' book on COOKERY AND HOUSE- .
.. place thoroughly Over and "St..,
t KEEPING. O.OOO receipttrue ALL WORK; WARRAN'l'J.. : ,
l4stweek:, :and 'brought with him eighth dyspepsia, indigestion, triedfromoldfemIIyreceiptbooktand(0,000aew Work or orders left with P..E..
()'clear hammock for a cane farm Barrels $2.25 biliousness,weakness,debility hints and helps and facts of Taint. Sold by Post Office,Tltusrlllo orwith A.Bradyu'I4
Syrup subscription. AGENTS WANTED. Sad Grange will recetveprompiattenUoa.W. "
(hwfinelandsjust! north.of' here. Mr. overwork_ ; rheumatism, for in Tituavtllo every .Monday, t:;;:-t ,..
Gauged to order, ten cents extra. :
.A.CLRKSON&Co.r: ,p'I'rD ..
,Jones means business We wish to see neuralgia, consumption, 8 '; '
n. II. R. WIL.SO\.
many more with the-same enterprise Honey' Barrels, and Oval Water liver complaints, kidney ATLANTA, CEORCIA. J' ;"t.1:

;r-jL arFy,of poling ll s LaGrange Breakers troubles, &c., and it never \Will-continue,the practice 'Medlcfee,q' At$ l.
Z fails to render speedy and NE"TSP.A.PER'Subscrlptlon '-' ui 4:
duct-They: From : : 2.00 : : Up. Titusville and
: permanent relief:k. !
'. in crowding"into:the.-canvass"canoe, belonging Tanks 'Office at'J; M. Dison's(DrngStorr

t'the:STAB,says aneye"'witness, and kinds ot COOPER WOKK to,order. undersigned having opened a' ,r :a>?
and! had,only gone,a fete:,yards when. the T. JOII\SO\, NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY. A B. UA1TLEy.D..D. :. ,.7tjii.... ''''. ,:,.

canoe realir'ngtbat'her' proper .crew 'was LaGrange. : :. Florida. ..Visiting Dentist.> .,'"i'*t :tq "
\ x11 be pledto ,receive suk criptiohs i
D i'ODI board;'very, deliberately spilled
| I Makes frequent,trips, ; *
.. theirs.'.. overboard.. ', ..1.t.:"A. word'to'the". wise' is G. W MACKENZIE'S Tile.- Florida:State Gazetteer to,any Lake- Wortht&c. \4 ';".
...' and Periodical '
alt$1Ctent or Newspaper published.
..__._ t( ,iI": ? r P O. BUSINESS DIRECTORY '--o-- '.

-One d last weekjwhile Tom John- J -
: -AT- Save time, trouble and by applying II. IXAITIA\ 'rte'
Bon Jr.;jwaff'hojelng corn in;,his hammock the expense C
Containlnrj business and address
name*, .
field at LaGrange his dogs bayed a large to CIIAS. H.: NAU3IAN t.: '.iA1 fU!

] -of the-, Justice of the Peace awl'fI.t;;: f
,: rattleWte. _Tom killed the snake, with Subscription Agent, .

his hoe,and, ,it-measured fire. feet. without 'THE FAIR"BQiOSers Merchant. Profe-ions &' Business men, 'ITaulover P. O., Brevard county, Fill' .Votary Public- 'Slate-a, ; ".;i iii .i:;:

the head and eight inches in circumJereneeThis and the principal farmers and, landowners ; }
Office at,the haul-Overf
; mates the. sixth. rattlesnake orange groves and plan- Tlie Lund .House, f

killed in that field during eight years'and tations, .together with a -9--- T JOIIitSOXNotary COCHMIIL'1i).E' ':.
I .
6 ,
: Tom it is not a good field for snakes Cilia ,ao !
says special inducements in"J SldchofAU Towns mill Villager, Corner Main Street & Washington Ave.

\* either., Ana bow to'reach''them and'other valuable Public, state'at.J.Uift.t; ;:
information. Titusvilie, : Florida. IJ"W',
"_ '=New Goods just received ,at "THE LAMS= MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S' and. ..1 .

,FAIE,'? (Mac1 nzie' ).' Ladies', Gent's This important work will be, issued just -f- 'Justice the Peace. '

'Misses' and Children's Shoes in, desirable TRDDIED & UNTRDDIED HATS. and as soon as the labor of collecting Pleasant Location, Good Table. Court (day first Saturday of each moatb.4.iI

ayles'and at low prices. Imported .Cas- compiling the facts can be accom- A cosy home for the. *\ GRANGE Florida.;

dle'and Toilet' ; Bay Bum, ,&c. A Also in Glassware plished. To the business commu- : .
soaps Bargains Crockery, '
nity this will be the most.valuable book SPORTSMAN INVALID AND TOURIST ST. CLAIU.ABRAVS: E. L.:; S1X lUiio'ttStato
lok of Ribbons and Fancy goods to close Etc., Attorney CountT"ac1Jt :.:
that has yet been published about -i- Seventh Judicial Circuit., ., a sacrifice.. Fine China Tea 44 .
sets, pieces S8.50 ,
lATPJC Nicer Who's going to thePie Goblets per dozen, ..85Tumblers Florida. Price, $5. to be sold by subsc p. 7 il-boJ.t.s in atteml nce.' St Clair AtaisATTOUNEYS > &.Snmmerlit i, ". ",V*.

Ieiet Everybody is going, and just tion. A. Deisner, Proprietor.THE '&,. COUNSELLORS, AT. :JOrangtcowr.....;.:.
dozen + <
.GO z Ii.
before.yon leave call on J: C. Norwood Ratty for Atlrertking: ORLANDO', FLAr .! .. :.'

& Co.,and they.willfit'you out in a nice Individual Preserve Dishes per dozen .70 Page with book$:;0. }Page with book$30 SLOOP "AGNES, win give careful attention to collecaoM., ,
suit of clothes and brand-new straw hat. Individual Salts, dozen .30 commanded and wtlprnotleein the several courts of .*. *
a per -.Agcntswanted; in every county, to by Di-itrictand in the Supreme Court at 1' :

;. Give thin a'cal1and.. go down looking Large Preserve Dishes 20.30 whom liberal, terms. will be ofered.j 5a cAvTatNJOHN :MCLEAN, hassce and U. Scourt: at Jacksonvine.: _raa.
bestir Mr. N. has returned from Makes regular trips on Indian River.
;your just Elegant Vases, per pair, 50c up LA GRANGE STORE ; 1't <
Jacksonville,'and has the latest "agony" GUSHING & APPLEYARD, Pubs., SHE CARnIES A FULL SUPPLY OF ofV.;
See our original and'popular $1.00 Sets. Always on hand a general assortment
4 in strataPartiesoing'to'theMay h ts. P. O. Box 1W2.] Jacksonville'Fla. GroceriesDry Goods., GOODS. ""JSTRICTLY :

"Pic ylf' Canned Goods, .. :

-. must not forget to'can at "THE FAIR," :0: ONLY S0..b Hats, 'Boots and, Shoes CASH.A. .,- -, :, :

(Mackenzie's'and procure some of the Brady.Januarylst1883 .Xf

good things.ofl. ed, viz: 'Mixed'Candies, BARGAINSIn Ladies'new Shoes patterns in great at variety low prices.; Prints all l.yr ,38 :;:.

Rose and Lemon Gum Drops, Bock Can \',
.t .
dy; .Peppermint Lozenges, Raising Nuts, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Ready-made ClotMi, Toilet Articles, Florida. adufactur: : .:t,'

Dates, Prunes, and a fine assortment ofLarrabees" \OT10\S.

famous biscuits, the goods Etc. March For the cash only, ,gH ,AMAZON PAINT WORKS. .t
are all First'Class and will make the purchaSer 6m. ..
Tr: J. BER.YE,& CO,' k'
HAPPY. "NuffCedl" S. RYDER. i ..
.'... manufacturers of the

81.00At Has just received and continues to keep ,
the Headquarters Store will purchase In stock a full and complete stock of Groceries ,

20 Ib of Gilt Edge New. rocess Flour, or OF LACES Coots & Shoes, Hats & Caps In all shades and ready forImmediate .t"y

10" of Choice Rice,or great variety and General :Merchandise .
6 of Best Rio Coffee, or ONLY A FEW LEFT I of description. Ask for Use.-
2 "of Gilt every whateveryou
} Edge or '
30 of Grits or { JW': may want. One price to all. Canned and grinders ofPure : t.i

All goods are first class; as we buy and Only lOcents eachXcw Goods of every description a specialty.LTJMBEE ..";'.. I
White Lead :
4 sell no other. ... .
4 year Old Apple Vinegar, at 40 cents PHILADELPHIASINGER .,....
gallon. Goods Arriving by Every 6V Colors In Oil
per < MACHINEEQUAL Will be furnished to,order on short notice
'.1' Office ana Factory,
NOTICE.The steamer. TO ANT SINGER D THE MARKET. at 818.00 per thosand. Dressed lum- '.'";>"
business of H. P. Wnidnson& Co., The above cut represents the most pop- No., 26 Ocean street, .,
discontinued the 1st of January last. ular for the ber from 20.00 to 824.00 per thousand. ''
was CANVASS SHOES, VARIETY OF style people which we otter I JACKSONVILLE FLOBIDA.i i'
M. P. Wnjcnreos & Co., you for the very low price of $20. Remember LUMBER & SHINGLES I
,we do not ask you to payuntil. *
Rockledfe{ Cast Store. Slippers. you have seen the machine. After having always on hand. Information of Florida.. ,.trNew ,

I will continue"business at the Bock- examined it if it i3 not all we represent P. M. FI8HER.PINEAPPLES 192 pages new matter,unto map for 18 :1
'full line of Pamnocks Household Goods return it to us at our expense. Consult : '
ledge Cash Store, keeping'a Send six cents to B.C.LongTaUabaMW ,.
I interests and order ....
Hardware, ,etc., your at once,or send : '" "
cerieDry Goody
for circulars and testimonials.. or C. Drew,Jacksonville Fla.' ::
_ the, unripg '*Whida we
during : summer &C
TINWARE, .Address CHARLES A.Wood & CO.. '
_ will sell for cash only at great!l. reduced No: 17N. Tenth St.'PbUadeIpbJa'Pa. I Parties desiring to purchase pineapple ,
t. rates and I hereby constitute Mr7 W. D. I March, 15 8m" .' .EORSALE .
Novelties will
See assortment of useful plants please send their :
our& orders
f', ';.i". Roberts my duly authorized ,agent > at 10 cents each.Intpntlon A desirable. cottage, ho'and'se lotf i>," .
my absence' from the. State.. ssssssssis! BIBS i; promptly to E. J. RAWSON, Titusville, also Blacksmith, wheel 11' '* .
: frf. TT. P..W 62 3m Waveland
; .unoN. P. O. Fla. and '
..w.c- .. general repairing at Ti shop
lMi d-We mean bunnets. low ia --
26 1883 62t5
# 4ckledge, April t-4- SrPine-epple plants cheap for cash.-cii: Enquire PBTTCIIARD &May. 2i if .

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k. ,, Y cat.'.. ..p. ... $ 4 "' ," ". ,. .mss.. ...,. '
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