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:
May 3, 1883


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


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

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

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


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,"AND THE 1U.CBtAT' sailed by M% Job Baya. :STATE NEW8.< .' The aim of Exercise' OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. '
1HDB*IJOINT."iplace ; It should be understood the (From our xegnlar correspondent.)
The Fir t.clss prize, a beautiful flag, ,Tavares is to have a theater. by ,public, '
J. : and I&G'who it is known to the that the WisHisoTojr, D. C. -April 21/1883.
as profession ,
for the fastest "sailing 'time made bY'In- ''Florida 'made 'bales of cotton i : '
_. .;. ; efiesait taihe Oleander dian River boats was awarded to the"Ar last 61,000 aim of exercise is not solely to work the I, Mrs.. Langtry,-the Jersey,Lily,with her

list T 1. ;were ,sadly 'row," sailed by Mr. Antonio Canova year. organism which thrown into activity, company, has made: her"bow to the Washington

litI the disaster which hapriteamer Indian Biver.l The First-class prize of' a'' 'Florida oranges are quoted in New though that is one, and a very important, public. Had she adopted the stage

.. ; ,Cinderella on .that beautiful: silver soup tureen for the fastest York at from $9 to $10 for prime and part of the object in view, because as the early in life, as.ahald-Workingtcone e.

,". !!iyVon! Tuesday .morningMstaited corrected time made by Indian River bright living body works it feeds, and as it feedsit tious student, and escaped the fatal influences -;

',down the river :Mr.. H. A. DeLand'bas sold $60,000 is but there is another of flattery and public'iattentionabased
_.,.. .. .boats was awarded: to the "Arrow" also. replenished: purpose
,, ;f" -'-t large" "'exCnI810IIth&t ',The First-class prize of a beautiful vase worth of land in six weeks.:-He advertises in exercise, and that is to call into on other'qualities than professional

,. \' ... Ion this Biver. All Was awarded to the Lizzie IL,;owned and -he does.President action and stimulate the faculty of recuperation. excellence,, there is 'no 880D'"to doubt

'"" 'i -- !$oardat'6:14'o'dock> a. m. and sailed by Mr. George F. Enaey, of Two Arthur- says that "Florida Those who believe in the existence -. that !she might have become somethingmore

'f." ',: ,j seta isisedand she started, Ricers, as second best'on corrected time. mosquitoes are not half so bad as Washington of a special system, or series, of re than a respectable actress.: As it is 'A

.' : 'time:down the river against The Second-class prize of an elegant office-seekers." trophic nerves will not object to this,des- she does not rise, and does not give l any
... ,!aYaq., .. pet. ',,;.md.. L As, she was silver ice pitcher was awarded 'to the A large pulp factory, for the manufac- ignation of the recuperative function as a evidences of ever,being able to--rise above,

:;," ..flAdison' Point' from some nn- "Nonsense," owned and sailed by Mr. W. ture of paper from palmetto fibre, is separate "faculty," and those who believe the dead level of common-place. Much, .

:," : swe': the abaft broke,much' to the, B. Moore,of Titusville. soon to be established in Jacksonville. nutrition to be effected in and by the or- of her acting waS lady like*andv natural, I

1'd'. ,'disappointment of. the The Harrison for the fastest flat- dinary innervation will recognize the but no where did she show.the: ;slightest
r. cup
Gen. J B Gordon he wants to build
t ._>jjmd"?the":Captain, himself bottom) boat; corrected time, was awarded railroads and don't want says 'to be a Florida sense in which we employ the term in glow of fire'of gcwllB,'or'Ten 'noticeable ..

::", .. i,"which she bad just overhaul- to the Lilla Kate, owned and sailed by Senator. The credit to Gen.Gordon. italics. It is through defect or deficiency dramatic talent, beauty,<,that

_ ;' ""'" ,.,...,- ..-w.....and:the mail and all the Mr. A. a Dixon;. of City Point. more in vigor of this faculty that 'unaccustomed is of course, and must ever,remain a'matter -
: > ; measles Pensacolaand
have the.
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'': .1.' that.' she. could carry were The Harrison row-boat prize was ''won They feats of strength,whether of mindor of opinion. Surely,nowever, it, may

"I..N'" M nsferred ,on board of her, by Mr. George N Hatch, over his com- the Palatka Journal wants to knowif muscle, are found to be exhausting.The be said that had she come to this countrtwithout.

: '; Oveihalf of the excursionists' yet petitor, Mr. Lapham. Sanford will quarantine against that task is performed, but the under previous advertisement of her'

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ry 'Cwithift laid< : that, seemed beautiful prizes, a graphic description ,of Mr. P. B. Dickinson of Norwalk, Put- power of recuperative nutrition, locatedin one end to the other, and across lots as :

''''sink her,'.:And.arrived, atM which time and space will not permit. nam county, was found dead. ,Foul playwas the particular part exceptionally exer- her fancy might dictate, without'attract. '

..,.,. t Point at a little after 3 p. m., The Emma, a smart little boat was cap- suspected, but it is now believed to 'cised, is not in a condition to respond to ing unusual attention to'her face.or form.-

_ <... '. _B _; _,.Tthe ti; r;,>commencement of a very sized just before the race, yet her Capt. have been heart disease. the unusual call made upon it. When a On the whole, 'therefore,' ,she. and hermanagement ,
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,?, \iitlf afiTwhichpouredalmostincessant- Irwin Hiscock righted her and sailed the The National Board of Health has man goes into training, or,which is: practically do wisely in' undertakingtoreap

."" ; r illdarkl t jhe.dinner which had course around, hoping to win the prize agreed to furnish aid to Pensacola this the same thing, when he habitu- their' harvest duringtthe first season.

:: iMpBltkenof/is said w( have been,_.of anyhow. After the races had been sailed. summer, to improve her sanitary condi- ates 'himself to the performance of a A second crop'would hardly be worth the

"""f!;:1: t L"'d"large en t' quality, Bill.- and rowed, the prizes were presented in tion and attempt to ward off yellow fever. special class of work, he so develops this gathering, unless other attractions should

.IJ i quantity of good- a brief but appropriate address by Mr. IL The steamer Wylie ran into the pier of recuperative power or function that the become woefully I scarce :and,worthless..

t :" "! tJeft'' :to ,be carried home. Ice S. Williams,Chairman of the Association.Mr. Fort Gaines' bridge, on the Chattahoocheand repair or replenishing necessary to restore meantime.The .

'. ,f...., iced lemonade and soda water Williams stated as it was late in the sank. She had'on board fifty persons. the integrity and replace the strength of Smithsonian grounds held a large,

".1 ;;r!!I i don;the grounds under the day and all present were sadly needing The; purser, clerk and eight deck hands the tissue "used up" in the exercise is number of ''people this afternoon on the '

_',"" ':,!:: Il f Fred Losly, who in1the'firstice their dinner that he did not propose to were lost. instantly performed.The occasion of the unveiling of the,statue>of

:JfftJiJ! cream to this river. detain them with anything but a few The municipal family of Tampa can- difference between being accustomed Joseph Henry, so long the- director of the
of the rain the' exercise and able to work"with- Smithsonian Institution.
:'f.'I' ,. regatta waste brief remarks, adding that had the wea- not be suspected of being a happyone. to -The membersof '

.: .f K T r I nntIlio a. .m. following ther permitted on the previous day he Alderman Fisher preferred very char- out feeling it," and being barely able to the National ,Academy ,of Sciences, "

:':b jii'illfiirirtilili fact greatly pleased some would have taken pleasure in discoursingon of disorderly conduct against the accomplish a special task, and having it which had been in session at the National: 4

i M, iipaed.'.nCt.? :'a. few. others, whoeii this occasion. Resolutions of thanks ges Marshall, and the Mayor'preferred charges "taken out" of one by the exploit, Museum, and many other, I guests, of" the

tbe present! next day. The feaRipd were tendered to Mr. Harrison, of New against Alderman Fisher violation i whether mental or physical, is the differ- Smithsonian regents gathered at &30 at

'!f d the evening was the,dance at the York, and also to the ladies of the river of the town ordinances and conduct unbecoming ence between possessing the power of rap- the lecture room of the National Museum.At .

"i ar b"i1aiWsll1 j.Of Mr.S.Ryder.. The.large for the elegant prizes, after which a gen- I. an alderman. id repair by nutrition, and not having 4 o'clock 'a procession''of orators, Y.

> ( crowded at- an early eral dispersion followed, sails were'raised that power in working order so that chaplains, guests amd choristers moved ;

', f.t rtid resumed so':until about 2 oVlk and the picnic people sailed for their Furman Young, the husband and fatherof some time must elapse before recovery from the Museum to the Ian, :near the ;

.r1. ,..*)$. Excellent music was furparty homes voting the Pic Nic a decided success the victims of the dual murder lately takes place, and during the interval there statue the Marine Band rendering a 'musical .;

;-it' -.-I, '.by'a' 0 of musicians from San- as far as the disagreeable weather committed near Tallahassee, has been will be "fatigue" and more or ,less exhaus- composition of Prof. Sousa called
: 'rested violinists of committed to jail as the result of the "The Transit of Venus." :
,, oaasioa2ally by would permit. The race in the morningwas tion.The .Gen. O. M.'
'"",? \ ,..c..l: :':.:!,!q; '=The.,dancers, are really a beautiful sight and a great manyof preliminary investigation lately held. practical value of a recognition of Poe,'the marshall, called the assemblageto

i g -MiW, 'MrVEyderfora. very pleas- the'ladies came to Oleander Point to The circumstances attending his conductwere this commonplace fact in physiology will order, and the band,played ::H nde1'a

.. i,Mrfliraihg/r:.At about dark the balances witness it. The proceedings of the Ole- suspicious, and the court 'deemed it be found in the guidance it affords as to "Hallelujah.C1io -", :ReT A.: A.Hedge

? ,af eurdonists on board the CinderWarriTed ander Point Pic NIC Association were proper to turn the case over to the higher the best and most direct way of developing of Princeton,' then offered,'prayer, and

: atBockledge coming' in dispensed with, and its present Chairmanwill court. the power or faculty of recuperationby Chief Justice ,Waite, of: the.Supreme'

::. ,-Hiliit, \: 'fairBockledge teemed with probably appoint the different com- exercise. Many persons make the Court, before unveiling delivered an address .

::( lAf:japiilationpf,Indian River from An- mittees for the ensuing year. A special to the New Orleans Time- mistake of doing to much. Exercise witha after which the veil was dropped :

tslt o flk Lucie.. The race of course *.S Democrat from West Point, Miss., says view to recuperation should never BO and the statue ;stood ,uncovered. The

; eNpiad tgrett deal of the time and at- The dipper attached to the dredge Alabama that two cyclones passed over Clay County much exceed the capacity of the recuperate statue represents, Prof. ..Henry in,the ;

_.; of e young men. now at work on the bar at the on Sunday. One about' noon passedover faculty as to prostrate the nervous gown of a student, his right hand holdingthe -'

.' -frri k a"nuanber'" of small bets were mouth of the Manatee river, is the most the western part of the county and energy. The work done ought not to folds of the gown on his breast, while

s : liavoriteyacht; the owners of powerful one in the Southern States. It the other about 1 o'clock over the central produce any groat sense of fatigue. If the left rests upon a small pedeStal. His

6rad to think that they could removed rocks at the mouth of the Hills- and southern parts. Both were terrific, "exhaustion" be experienced, the exer- head is somewhat thrown back and his .

borough river, weighing nine tons.-Gulf leveling houses, fences and trees, and cise has been excessive in amount. eyes are raised. ':

the next morning the weather Coast Progress. spreading death and destruction in their i The best plan to persue is to begin witha 8. & Cox, of New York,"arrived in;the. ....

'lel paths. Near Hohenlinden thirty persons very moderate amount of work, continued city,to-day from,Bichmond,',where,he delivered ,
; 4dasyand as abrisk norther was License or No License.
have been killed and
inhabitantsand are reported to during a brief period, and to make a lecture on" frica'n'Humor/V .
;) iTere heard to say "just my Vineland, N. J. bas 12,000 Bluft'seventeen fatalities
near were the length of the interval between the Mr. Cox he told his auditors that
"' Y. has Vine says ,
# i k curt'all my sail, while Yonkers N. 15,000. A number of
were '
: ? reported. persons cessation of exercise and the recovery of a lecturing on such a subject in -y fgln a'
etclaim'"why couldn't then land has no drinkingplaceswhile
} ..+ yI 3ti has 145 licensed and 70 killed in different parts of the county, feeling of "freshness" the guide as to the "was a good deal like carrying pork to'
sailed last evening. At Yonkers
how is known. In '
ti but many not yet increase of exercise. We do not mean Cincinnati. "Still he' said to,
#Alk'11 Vineland $65 your 1
''doelr;all preparations having unlicensed ones. spends the and law '
Wet Point buildings ,
county ,
of revival which is
that false
"I made
while Yonkers sense some- correspondent, the object of
Mlry thi different yachts passed the annually on one constable, the Central Hotel, and several stores
her times derived from the recourse to stimu- charity for .which lectured$2,000, and "
' .and followed each other $37,000 annum for police. ,
pays per unroofed. A deed was found in the "
>distance while Yonkers were lants, but a genuine recovery after a brief received a grand ovation."' On :the
to the The Vineland needs no police
eye. that had been carried miles
clerk country fifty period rest and the use of nutritiousand speakcrship question Mr.'Cox' feels quite,
irtbetime of starting and fin- a police judge $4,000 and a
pays by the wind. The afflicted and distressed ;
} plain food. If this very simple rule encouraged. He'83Y8': ,he will have the .
? -snd corrected time, of the $800 salary per annum. Vineland pays are being cared for by the more fortu- .
y were carried into practice by those who New York delegation Withhim, and votes
their of
is reapecctive classes for the support poor
: a ,
year No estimate of the loss of '
*"i1'-c- while Yonkers $12,000 for that pur- nate. propertycan desire to "grow strong,",there would be :. in Virginia, Wisconsin, and,Missouri delegations -" .
made. It intended
be to
< yet less and generally better which he 'did
> disappointment, a not expect, but
Vineland without liquor,
< pose. forementioned pays start the mill at Wesson yesterday, but result, than often attends the endeavor have been him by 'letter 'un'
r ET- $475 per annum for all the the hands could not be, got together.Twentytwo to profit by exercise unintelligently as ked' .:.
;; while Yonkers with liquor '"
, purposes killed and thirtyone
N persons employed.-Lancet. With the beginning of the present week
f $53OOO-Or more than 90 as less wounded. M
pays more or .l.'
the second star-route trial entered on its'
I: much in proportion to its population.Mr. fifth month. When the indictment
el. The trial of the Phoenix Park murderers There isabeolutely no redeeming featurein .
e Sherman Adams, who is: now fur- found by the grand jury a:year ago there '
Even if do desire
true not
is model of dignified and prompt action gossip. we
it a l'
nishing the Reporter, with "Wayside were eight defendants,' namely, Brady, :
t ,s .c mc'w0 The to know duagreable facts about any of
1 fwf Y ... a r Sketches" of his ramblings through Or- in a great emergency. prelimi- is demor- S. W. Dorsey, John W. Doraey,'Peck,
neighbors. Nothing more
examination thorough and the
; was
is for and nary Turner Berdell Miner and Vaile. There,
c ange county, agent, corn'pondent ,
.1t testimony was cOmpletely'nvincing.. alizing to a man than to lose faith in his
of The South published in New are now only five, namely, Brady, the
fellows. The man of faith and honor is
"#. ... : York. This publication is doing a good The prisoners were given every opportu- two Dorseys, Miner and Vaile. The government -
k not to be of others and
apt ,
; for defence, notwithstanding the terribly -
l ::z 4U work for the South in showing up the opportunities -: nity did not ask for the convictionof
does believe evil. The lover
aggravating nature of their crime. not willingly
and advantages offered to immigration Turner,Berdell, pleaded guilty >t the
of scandal and the believer in it are
MM haste
unseemly exhibi-
MMMMM There was no no
88' and capital. Mr. trial and Peck is dead. Four
$8888k enterpri. present' ,
tion of a revengeful spirit, and in due alike deficient in honor and morality, '
rr:_: 'r r'r Adams is an old Yankee editor who has months were employed In empanelling ,
c$ '. : M1rMM. ----- r-.r-Q. time they were arrainged. Brady's trial and are the bane of well-organized socie-
----- err. seen enough of Florida to convince him of the jury, the settling of preliminary
If all gossips could be quietly killed
and ty.
completed sentence
ooo field for Northernmen was begun, pass- of law and ;
O- OO that it is an inviting questions hearing testimony.
ed inside of three days. Yet opportunity some, morning, the next generation of .
---co. and he desires others to see it as he The examination of witnesses. was practically -
CO )oco and would be happier. A
was given the prisoner to get in all the men women jl
does.-Orlando Reporter. closed on last Friday. )Ir; Ker .
defence he had, and his counsel was denied case of hydrophobia now and then starts
MK. ADAMS has called on us and will began the opening argument for the government -
ti r Q S 8 i no reasonable request The Irish the cry of "Muzzle the dogs, "Death on ,, i
MI.' 'Q Q1lr visit the different points of our river, and yesterday afternoon, and will i
Std' take the conviction and sentence the highways, etc. There is death' and
readers will aid him all populace probably ? four or five days.Mr..
trust that our occupy 1
iii'wwww the main misery in the highways and byways and
in there .
7. 'although ,
# wct' they can as we think their efforts will be calmly Merrick is of the opinion that the argument I
some demonstrations of approval on in the home; from the poisoned tongues ''
well returned aa The South is devoting a were before the jury trill last a month.
of the Let the voice I ,
the evening after the sentence, when the go up, '
mo Florida A OUST. i j'
O oi mT deal of attention to : p
great "Muzzle the Teach the children
.1. '. prisoner was re-conveyed to jaiL The evidence gossips .. .. ,
iob.bit Make yourself healthy and strong.Make which convicted Brady will also that gossiping is dishonorable, and The Boston Globe says that'the system '

life" happy by using Brown's Iron convict his comrades, and it is not likely that faith in the honor and virtue of under which'Lome lives is rotten.. As
$o,. 8o mankind will build up society; and, add '
a iof Bitten. that there will be any delay in their arraignment Loire made no sarcastic remarks'about i
the of human "
to sun happiness.
'$15.15"for'' the Demand It, and, take no other iron and trial, and no sentimentalnonsense al..i. : the Tepfabury alms-house, ;;ihe 'Globe

ihea preparation'except Brown's Iron Bitters.It will be:likely to poItpoD8 the. first thought and"first mortgages- are might have pissed over the v frailties ,of
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I J i; Ala. -I have been such a Jonah?of ; :: up hunt the seal, 'says**

\t> ,', "'t': .. ; r_ rubbish;_; i trxreler ba T cannot sy Wadi iJder.trig ; locality:';The ladies shrieked and rushed St: John's'It; : T. :S' .., '

J.{. ;' .e", '.'. 't2 vGit.abo. sia, chemical. at the SIght of water; but on that down toward the bow,, flying past the used to'the.sea.Imt1l "

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i which can- occasion my mind was : contempt of Its "
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that the safest direction
:.'. .a. ;..' foes:d'av ) ds of houses pleasant anticipations. reunion, ,with _was tures on the treacherous Ice,' .

'. betlaeltittiiekela. ... ...:the"_. ; : ; now being relatives and friends, that I was not' an- to seek in,C"d.Seof accident, but in velously skilled in seal Hmt+ ;
;l k < ,.. f.-fi** -- .3 v :; our towns. noyed :during my preparations .,with the opposite one, in my stateroom, lay up a of '
r '1.t.: ... .. ., k>i body men in some'ii_
.0- two cherubs and instinct turned
tli, ._' !! usual,forebodings and ague fears. my rosy to be matched on the "glolm:\
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fvtorsto- .i>.b,nkiliab _tob I bade adieu to my friends at ,Shreveport my steps toward them. like pigs on a sealing stauait '

fe miy with .light, ,and happy heart, I caught up my little,daughter in my
..exfcaay! ;reBta iion a tivate a positive affection* ftj "

.'rid..... .he. ,.!uiibs<- ....1'watezT .from. ; although my husband being judge of the arms and which flew ahead of the strange,monster regard it as a kind of,, funm*;.
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Judical District of coursers was rending so, fearfully
Jo"aM t Eighteenth for their adventurous"
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.J' ... '(JtTt.,' .---' faDdn upon othe could not leave his duties and accom- our craft. I sought my stateroom, a 'voyage of several We.taDfaqp. ;*S

,Y .4'''iAe ybicksaaetaleortaiat me. He was holding court at the that I might perish with my children, takeoff frjjfr_
4 .l ; pany their: clothes -'
-IV" fill\ '. : your mind time I repaired to the boat, and one of but before I reached itI, was felled, ..
_,... J "" > .'. f '1, ,The oil from sealbinbbetiMfrom _
and hold
.. so, his friends escorted me thither stunned by a succession of blows, from "
.The, nbioil :witajn>every personal ; their garments;
bj ifc_akl> vei" layex J of. prudent that but as the steamer.wouldn't leave be- heavy substances. The last thing I remembered adhere to their,facesIristeadi'dirt; .1Ir t

:, efull: D fore dark, he would come down as soon. was tightening my grasp ing strata, and.when thtj
k'b: >: i..c1-pom; d caapits; ;* ;, I given me as'he could 'adjourn court to bid. me around my daughter, and protecting port to strut the streets"nj., it
is amiss in
;fib should not be formed_ adieu. ,,I had on. my;,arm. handsome? her,, with my own limbs. I glory they'' are incarnatr. .
: is what he ; ...
4tatned.iiitiboaie. ,. traveling companion or satchel, which I But, although badly bruised, I emerged filth and ,odor: ,A.nightm1111a

,t6f : i.. 1l my faults, had just purchased, perfectly new ,and from a pile'of wrecks, to the astonishment : after the, amyal' of two or <

,.;....ow. ,.be pnedffagged. desires, be lightly filled. To my dismay and horror of all beholders who had thought I' seal crews means bedlam ft--&wM

eo eacdlr eumaeteor.i be.;; meek and I had no sooner put my foot upon such a catastrophe certain death.) Honest burghers fly'Ae'riok .......

oatti&aela'diould. than the chain of the An immense sawyer had penetratedour .. v
: the steamer wen to the doors
:sadnight. ....
.iIt' -!!'-;oidec yaad be"regulsifjr'_'-_ impatient do not do satchel snapped in* two, and it rolled boat just above the lower guards, On the ice the tndnrt "' ,
:, and the pilot, imagining it was a log, IB
down at
'House;eaves should,be_ If knew my footedness. daring of thiiieil i
we SM
...t.\ 1" If I bad the intellect of an Alexander had !steamed on prizing it higher up ers are
.' '' irID-tnDsihouldtnot ,be them, or a 'Ca sar, I -could, not' have battled from! the water with every puff., It leap'from'cake to cake where'Ji

"or''" ? ,.:.* .,, of to with the gloom. and terrible apprehension had raked all along under.the floor* until child could'not be sustauiedVdaf Map' ,
our fly
gt approaching evil which from that it reached the stove in the ladies'
'.uJ ever be at a be excited. heavy boats)long distances theo4 ft.
I cabin where it had -
overtaken and
took of me
,' moment possession me. ,
I hammocks
l.;: wh re"pjgs are kept, we do not where it lilted and think nothizig'ot p.-
"There !" I exclaimed "it is an up the stove, snapping '
4 mg a nfght in the ice'
will farrfMii
.b .1mpr we evil omen. If it were possible, [ would the pipe into several pieces, and precipitating -
in8prigs hsu'ca ised'mote' charitable at steamer, provided only seiNiai
: > I
not this boat." every disjointed member stoveand
;rio ''. more to be go on Their cold hands they'warrirlij td
; ;, destmrM reason
My "companion, of course, laughedand all, upon my devoted head. '
ing them in the :
gashes cot fcWtipalpitating'carcass
the- battles the has
country "
,Nothing had saved'my life but the
endeavored to quiet my apprehensions : "
0# :gaged in:. of,the. seal, j am .
of Thack little
and conscious of the weakness cane-bottonud chairs ranged i
silly -
: ; instance is recorded :
Garden'plaU'shopld.'of, "It is night I I concealed further around it which some kind angel had whewi.'afi iiJ
, 'order. ,'mnd be properly : Gathered I evidence of it from him. my woven'into, a kind of bower; : for my head, sealer saved his life by heaping;leg S
''h 1ui 'f the gory carcasses for; a nighfovetIIfeot
.Many om
children Do not tell the judge," I requested and which though .it was splintered
body. When
the 'unwholesome hunting, the'aealsaji
cottageare of a great I I into i fragments yet broke the force of
"lie afraid of presentiments
': the by twos, so that'one can aidbk'ay ;
of .
: +
v" from the I and I know he would feel uneasy." the descent of ,the iron mifisiles. M panion should 'he fall in' the ..

"Damp unvenfflated' baCeespoois'i peopled with My husband came down after awhile little daughter was.unharmed. between the floes: "*

.. .. ncrfou1' drains for sins and introduced. to theonly acquaint I shudder now when I recall the narrow -
"' '''' Though'the finding of Ui 'Seal be*
.K,.-.,., n T. _,_ of passion- ance of his on board, an elderly gentle- escape, anl.I. am told that Mr.. E.,. is largely a matter of TnrV'rohiiioible

wtambe T in floors, and out of their man, Mr. E., whom he requested to verging to the forgetfulness of old age, I depends the sagacity of'tbeV

f and tainted walhpapers. and sad. takp charge of his family.I yet never hears,* the word "presentiment tain, who, if up to his business, ;wtfdai

., t Kitchen.sinks. .in improper: at me, that restrained all expression of uneasiness ," without insisting upon relatingthe carefully 'the' winds'" ('later;:Fetaa

unventQated.: The town until after my husband left, whenI narration you have just read. and early March,.so"as'toknofw,itai
the star-
.Waiter closets:hi improrer freely confessed to the old gentlemanthe ; 1. and when the'ice can best be met

.nnventibtited.. .- direct'r mist singular hallucination which had For the Fair Sex. Curious and isolated fact 'pfrni

.. '$ oms:without'adequate ,In a wnat light taken possession of me. A from sealing experiences are e1atedbtrwithout
ventilation' ;"I.*' '. direct't The old ,man, in a genial: manner, I'CXUEXT Jt.u>lsn.-A radishof number. 'Some'yeah'ago;to-

.r 'Watefcislerns and pumps two.silent The air. soothed my apprehensions and the boat t tapering red silk, with green tuft' at ing an otherwise bad:season,the oi0
the bulbous end is
went down the river.It an emery-cushion in "struck in'* the'ice war-'XeiribB-
jy on
ptecesVsop rring '
... $ makes the disguise, a dainty trifle for
J 'Tlw e defects'snVuld be n "., as 1 pass was Saturday night-a .sleepless workbasket. land coast, while the steamm'iw,

: 1 WYM."cJ&1 i 1 'i.: : >Ljing house, one to me-and all the next day with PERAMBULATOR .-A sensible away. Women and children*Jariif

: :!Horses"'are' also every knot. the beautiful river palace the shore engaged in 'the.
hl' !! accnrinilated dirti,' made down t.he. winding current my tucked into perambulator, is made of and during a few days 64,000 head tr*

soaal:negtect./As when :' There fa heart felt shortened of,its throbs, as amalefactorwhoseesthegibbetriseinthe two thicknesses of blue eider-down killed within a few miles of St:'Jb&a\

-StI not sufficiently : complete as cloth ; the tufted surface of both squares. ,'by R
'Carpets sreTeft"'down' too distance which he veers. placed outside, and the edges joined a--by-- when fried are reckoned ax&te&tyf

; never swept: Late by the islanders and. often
; : in the evening of Sundaythe rows of machine stitching, ,This infantile ; are bcorylt
.. WindowB are:seldom opened."Water : you boat was moored to the shore, "buffalo robe should be addedto back from long.strip* to It

closets are dirty' : wooding, and we all lening over: the usual printed or woven, carriage kept for food. 'When,as rarely Japps*

*slswithout_ ,, ventilation. simpleton ; a the guan's-some talking, but I peered coverings to keep out the keen spring: more seals are found ,than*'a: sa it
-, bedii" incite' ,fortune. out into steamer can load the ki&
:* : :ni ate and the sombre and melancholy winds which lurk even on the sunny side surplus are
'41." t pii :r. I IDY .so much gloom of solemn-looking twilight.My of the.way and pelts heaped uith'tlie stpamet'sfl*

*. Dirty ''wafdioties. ''aDr, but a cuI- presentiment had taken by this OLD TINTS ix MKKLSO:*.Quaker In that case an .unloaded.vest c*

,, s. -beets."- !

.... ookt'corhers- '* and l 'shelves fit and pleas- had been able to speak of nothing 'else ; combined with velvet to make street tan large percentage.of their calve.Oi

t-L never" < .', but oh horror I while I was'standing a toilets for spring. A pleated flounce on their second: voyage ..out thetsteaae

",, "_"' ::" *;dale 'intsof co '. all men new revelation of terror smote upon my the bottom of the skirt, trimmed'with seek .the full ,,grown animals, witt

"; I : h will'name soul. Was'it some voice'whisperinjr tome velvet bands, which also form the trimming weigh some 200 pounds.. They. are fcrtr

put.them, '. ,onrecord for\ the' ''Mankind from the land of shadows ? Whence, of the draperies,'corsage and cuffs, fellows, who, force their way> i.


'You only run Andalusian lace with process of collection pelts slow and W:
,other'build7cottoges. ; "or you are menaced-only figures as '
teat r> .be*.)ingnIcatiou i .i "'- with happy- your life trembles in the balance. heavy as 'those of embroidery is :the profitable. as compared with the esptWj

dob-' II.,.or..\.are. ,going- .to. 'do. so.Abed it. I held at that time my little daughterby fashionable dresses.A .garniture for black Ottomansilk of When a new the born steamers herd. arrive?, :,tt* p*
do for the hand. I had just folded '
/ of ooacrete. can a away
; SPIRAL T-iPEn.-Ambe-r wax are unloaded and,transferred t two other little darlings in their berth. can
cottages Win ;vastly modify dles moulded in deep spiral curves have factories :which line the. border dJohn's .!*. ,
Happiness and wealth are mine. I had '
objectkmal positions ; but, leads to al\ which could render life desirable.. appeared in the' shop windows. This : : harbor. ,The: blubber fc."I*
.be used in
of.concretq should
is rated'from the into 4
shape to keep the wax from pelt to be fried .
I cannot describe the guttering
feelings 'which
,..,, .To ventilate stairs and pas9<
and down the sides which is used for lubricating, for m
irregularly- the ;
: took possession of soul. Powerless ;
,the staircase or, -
<: were obliged is consumed. The lower ends I fine soaps and'a dozen other'parjGI&
of the ,
both helpless, I was conscious that
down the ,
-by drawing my
i candles are'sensibly cut In'grooves I The skins are salted, then sent to It-
fate agitated adverse! and that away
powers '
.several inches in summer
so that ,where tanned into scan!
memory, they can fit into an ordinary candlestick rope they ,are .
the dread
moment sped onward
_"; inches ;in winter../:uul in. without, but handsome leather, particularif
wobbling" or
fcrew the sash fast, so that wings of tbe'1ightning. necessitating beautiful worW.
bands of for its graining and
honest paper. Besides
sec amber
.doors must be open all the )' We adjourned to the cabin, where Mr. other for rf
; there skylight above' can.make a E.-and myself sought a: divan,the chandeliers pretty colored tapers are old blue I up purses, costly bookbinding
,. iff tis.a receive. and framboise pink. ,, like uses. As stated, the sealing In*'
j itase;ventilation: now flashing' with radiance, in PIAXO BENcn ._The piano stool ness of the North Atlantic ,is atarf
contrast to.the, solemn .
cannot bet dosed, The: ; t slavish without. landscape. which' like the Mauritian dodo still monopolized by the'":Xewfoundlandeft.
improved health to the family. lingers in *
A 10
out-of-the-way corners of:the fleet of steamers belonging
'Mr. E. I
attention to Jany; casual of remarked, "our catastrophe '
i : com world will soon become an extinct firm at Dundee; Scotlahdtcome) |f
will soon arrive and I shall ,;
cold your staircase. is! ;Let.' our ideas. onlyl'jo'iee species. Though not of Celestial origin year to-St.-John's, but'they take thacrews '.
,* putpnanextra httwr.. But ; for any certainty is better it too "must "
dispenses' than the go, that is, the conventional on here, and' here
lJorr ll. tatto!,}.be,made. of suspense I have and most
s. endured.1 uncomfortable round factory of :the owners.. The mom

!- very. while Mr. E. looked hard stool which swinground and round! and,,andlprthn < at me he was impressed
; '
: J round, with *
n' : nliaary : OCca.4ionallIaiIger of a natural one founded proximity I
them.. ;in spite of hisbetter spinning % .on
.s*:I'OOm"are totally unfit'for judgment, off irito'space. They are replaced .t Lhej ,ice still firmer:on the local
..; /The woe should\be open ,to a salve for by a pertinaciousbellef in impend by piano'chair or benches.' A low broad<< traditions,. the :trained experience*, (
: .-. 'ridgeand this should l.eloun :. : for ,their "Indeed calamity.," he bench is covered with richly stamped the* almost reekless'entere of.t*
remarked, "you havenearly -J II *
3}MJfnrneries and children's leather. of a dull, crushed raspberry or bold island sealers.
:succeeded in
frightening me too
? fa>hUv ventilated., : the result copper ; embossed1with
be Tierm at last. 'Yet I do 'riot why flecks -of 1. ..... )
Sfri'6- see old silver.or gold.- .. ,
out4lim( A.longer mahogany '."
.riedio1r I 1 is not a very safe boat ? It .is finely bench with : During:'the?last thirty'years(be_ '
children carved
itni feMs ., *' \ ; fa shaped
.. \:1! } t. f officered. I accommodate to ornia-quIeb 1' er mines have P0lOQ
.WB&3&1- : ,'!" s' ;0*' duet-players.. .The 'can 1611'.
draiiihtsl and the fcooT abr I }.replied in aliw. .tone. .. ; 44you match either the piano case or the ::=? Kf:ponnd'of"which .
wood"of -
.. f". "r SSGVi. IJ *Hi x j,3CC ,has star need nbV be alarmed; there is dan- thevfurniture"ofthe' pounda:were exported., 'ca1 orals l fIIt",

'; \: :' :-.r.'f1v 1 is 'al' X ew- 'tVnoonebutmyself-and: .. it c mes Cabinet 'makers f music roomf!" ducee; ;one halt o2 call the'. quid +
;t., '- '' are' '
Avoid flue 'ventilation of bhnd Iptano mot
}. per now. chairs with tall itit the world. ,The R \

.,.. r'. '"let", the'r'' fceeliair.came- "<,. v- .v .in as I had no sooner spoken than a deafen- the parlor or music-room 1egs upholgtered totnitch childjcontrol theAustralian and tV
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:; 'E F I.R.t A '..S'TAtlY"j''f' : of them were.' built i Dc1 r"e 'adit ., I 4odiRliileiiithiai;' itone'a'. -throw of i:" r- NFW.AbyETiEMrS .11 1E0US. '

i':' ;' .
'- .tin. -.ifhu'a';tuttingapaatl plainly visible actor narrow head "
.. yooi a
J.rki YL'8, '" 1. Titusvillei & '''Lake Worth.OSTEANDEE'S .
:: :: f. :: DE 'BARY'MERCHANT.S'
; .. ; of '4JU4' cantc*;yaidsv'per day ,landbluff over,.which you easily look i f .;.r .
!' "i tji TJWtIDAYfD- 'iy under favorable. circumstances.,. It is ,1huge : I stretches the great ocean, with its foamy LINE
'- ; 'i-: i ; ,
.id : ifi F&Sda. affair Vcnriosity' in itself. I breakers,breaking in thundering' echoeson '
,;r'.f :\ 1 ; .. .DOUBLE DAILY.
-" WAGER/ -- .The dredge has been at work: since December the sandy beach beneath you. There INDIAN RIVER STEAMERS IIT. : .

Y s and digs within that cut the 'world Carrying.the BV S. Mall.
:\ time and is scarcely anything like it in -

': '.- ... jg- Editor Jfc Publisher. cleared out satisfactory channel throughthe and I shall not Loon forget the sight. S. 'MAIL LINE, Elegant. ,Side-wheel Steamers.
;: Annum advance.
; In
?.' .;.:.;*I"'""f 1.50' per 18 shallow bars and oyster beds of the To' Colonel L Coryell, more than to any The Fast Light-Draft Steel Hull REGULAR MAIL,
.w ; <<" z b one tack in epaoe. ; squares .' ,
latanzas River to Matanraa; Inlet and the credit for the development
a'1PDD. living man, belongs GEO.)I.BIRD CapL J.Mercler.:

''_. not receive ta unaccompanied attention.r by. the then four miles down the great Yatanzas and execution of this great Steamer, IL B.PLANT Capt.J.W.Fitzgerald..

:;;....Rill 4.; it1 giet s enquire of the Editor it deepened a channel, and a half mile scheme. He was the active brain to re- "CINDERELLA!"' ANiTA Cap,C.H. :Brock.

j.":, r'i/---,. :-encloatag*three cent stamp.' farther on, struck boldly into the outskirts surrect the dusty charter and put it into De One nary of the wharf above-named foot of Laura steamers street.will daily leave except

i ;:forg PAPER may be found on file atif'StRRowell of Matta compra marsh; and cut a use. He was the tireless energy to push CATT.WILL IL Moors, Sunda yat S pm.. for PALATKA. SAN.
FORD ENTERPRISE and all Intermediate
& Go's Newspaper Adver- smooth, clear beautiful channel six feet the work; his the infinite patience to see Having ample and splendid accommodations landings.
k M. Bureau contracts(10 Spruce be made) for it. deep and thirty-three feet wide, straight it through, and may the rich rewards of for Passengers and Freight, and RO3A,Capt.J.L.Amazeen.;*
\ through the solid marsh mud for three- its completion fall bountifully upon him. arranged expressly_ for the Mali Service FREDERICK DE BARrCapt.Leo.Vogel.WELAKA .
; : and Navigation of this beau- '
'; Barters of a mile to an open sheet of the Dr. Westcott, the brilliant old conversationalist .Captain&S-Mattheson.
will make
1fJ; ti SLAY,Is the OFFICIAL. newspapermiatd tiful River, regular trips, un- One of the above-named eteanera win
"> winding 'Natanzas, across which it proceeded has done his full share of the further notice, between leave De ary_wharf; foot of lama street.

..rlfir$ county. for four miles cutting or deepen- work. He is a Trojan in his way. If youth S.ilailr, F.and except W.Saturday Railway wharf at 430 at p. b p.. and m-from, for,

!.4tt .at the Port Office at TUutrilk a* ing its channel through the oyster beds were his, no man in Florida would do Titus* and Late Worth via the Rapito Palatka.Sonfonl.Enterprise and allintermedlate -.
Matter. ,
;. fri ct* "" Second-Watt" "" --- which almost choke up the river. At more for the upbuilding o'ur prosperity.As Touching at all intermediate landings*, Connects landings at Palatka with Florida Southern

; ."" .<> and ominous foreshow- this point the Westcott strikes the Matta it is, he does a great deal, and his as follows: Railroad for Gainesville and OcsUa. '
: f itJS Connect at Astor with St.Johns"and Lake
.lfiJj approachuig crisis in Europe, compra marsh proper. This has been great sagactity must be credited with Leaves Titusville, Tuesdays and Fri EU:5t1.J: Railroad for Fort Mason Talaha.Lee- .
considered the critical of the the burg and all points on the Upper Oclawaha.
and point work.It large results in the working out of o'clock
re-repeatedly at 6
ehed;repeatedly days, a. m. Connects at Volnsia with coaches for Or.
icroM the eas. The formation of. is four and three-quarter miles over Coast Line Canal. mond and Daytona. _

.: the marsh to the connection with Smith'sCreek Mr. H. Gailliard, the efficient Secretaryand Leaves Lake Worth, Wednesdays and : Connects at Sanford with Sooth Florida Railroad -
: fl1Triple' between Germany
(.t : Alliance the for Longwood.Maitland. Apopka City.
aitriaiad is but foregleam 'of.jf which flows down to the Halifax Treasurer of the Company, 'is at Sundays, at 10 a. m; Rapidsat Altemonte Orlando. Klsaimmee. and with
<;! ) i c Italy a
2p.m.o steamers for Lake.Te88 p.Salt Lake and Rock.
:irfcat! nay, at ;a1mo. any moment, set River in a stream almost entirely navigable. home in his position, and very useful .. ledge and Indian River.

The of the Ital- But the marsh itself is a long bad therein. His many friends in Jacksonville -: : Connects at Enterprise' with coaches for
:in a blaze. tone I Daytona and New Smyrna and Titnsville.
.1 is hostile'towards France thel.t cut intersected by sluggish little creeks, will be glad to hear of his prosperity.One BSrPassage or freight apply on board. Returning Mail steamers leave Enterprise

{! and much difficulty in from there will be Staterooms, two berths"",$l.-Single berths every morning at T and Sanford. at 7:30 a. m..
f des IJy and friend of Italy while Ger- was apprehended year to-day a III and 9 a.m. making.close, connections with

. .r-t, rj and. Austria: ale regarding theM getting a good permanent channel throughit. fleet of five boats on the Coast Line CanaL 50 cents, Meals 50 cents each. S-East.F.and and WeaL'Throagh W. Railway for. all points North A
: tt.] r. .Bepnblic with a jealous eye.I ,It- These apprehensions have now been The Company are having a new and TITUS HOUSE 4a bills of lading given to all points.

Jiit s iJy hi launched another monster ship of laid to rest and the success of the canal is altogether unique style of light draught' In The steamers of' th i line are all first elaaa

.; : '_the Leparto,sister ship to the for- assured. The dredgeJias gone half a mile steamer built for the route, which will be Titusville, Indian River, Florida.J. every respect.Forlhrther information apply at General,

through the marsh; crossed Matta compra commodious, comfortable and elegant. Ticket Office,.corner Bay: and Laura Streets.
'E. ft Italia, with a length of,400 feet M. Stellenwerf, Manager. W.B.:WATSON.>>&naler.
riii*breadth of beam of 72 feet These Creek at its worst part and is ploughing When all is ready stand from under, for C.B.FEN WICK,Gen.Pass.Agent.

:',1. -( ,..1;'eirryti. 2,500, tons of coal and wjFhJ ahead at the average rate of 200 feet a the tourists are going to make a rush for Jffir77 above i, ttrictty a Firsl-Class

4 (18,000horse. power expect toi' day, with no farther thought of failure, the canal country such as was never. Hotel,pleasanttysluatedonIndian FOR SALE,

l.i juke a'tpeed: .of sixteen knots and the es-, and at a total expense of only two cents known in Florida. I Hirer, 250 mile south of

cubic It is estimated .'. I THE TITUS HOUSE
per yard. closely
' W i ted weight of these ships not includ-. LA GRANGE, FLA. Apr.I,1883.. Jacksonville. ,
that the
dredge will be in and throughSmith's
a ;c.enginee or boilers 11,000 tons. Editor Star:-It was with pleasurethat ON
Accessible> Fine Steamers
Creek within ten weeks, and that Daily by t
1 lfcMwhile the Republic
4 I saw in the columns of the STAB
by the first of July route will INDIAN'RIVER
a navigable
been idle. The French has To the Pleasure Seeker and ,
, r, + army that the young men of Titusville had Sportsman, .
, be
fully established between St. Augus- *
.... containing
heal :reorganized since the Franco-Ger-
_. formed Base Ball Club. This is
a a pop- Invalid this House presents attractions
tine and the Haulover of half a mile be-
,4x J:;". J*ar and, in case of a European war, ular game, and deservedly so. And the Large Office, Parlor,Dining Room,
4 tween the Halifax and Indian Rivers. nowhere else to be found in the South. '
: ,fte FepabIwill have an available force the formation of clubs among the young Pantries, Kitchen,
, This will open up the canal to navigationfor THE MANAGER ASSURES$GUESTS ALL
All these well
of 8 00,000 men. are will add to their of life
: men enjoyment 16 Large Airy Bedrooms.Sonata' ,
about 135 miles from St
bf applied irith stores of war material when incidentally cultivate better social
put New Smyrna, Daytona, etc., on JUTE 44 Quarters,
:: ft"&Dd: : methods of mobilization in relations them. The men .
( a high road of commerce. The work will among young Open Summer & Winter. and all
yl A o i ie u>f war. These extensive preparationsetthedifferent of this place have also formed a club. I necessary outbuildings.
go on. A quick clean canal will be cut
er.i1' powers together with have attended their games, and their Opened for the Season. Cistern 13oed gal.capacity, .
through the half a mile of the Haulover,
|p lat comes to c the surface of the Nihilists. business meetings. Of the former I can --a1sP-.
the wide of Indian
opening long -
'J";,i.Y".gg'j f .ocjaiists,Inyincibles DynamiUsts pres- up sweep speak in very flattering terms. Many of -A man who is interested in his own
River and the trade of Titusville : FURNIT1JRE
,. SB overturning of the present status ,
iSjp the members excellent The
are players.
welfare will be pleased to know that
Eau Gallie
Rockledge, etc., by the ensuing -
' ':' 'iada of All including Piano and Billiard Table.
3 new political Europe.
? 'At1 .., map games were spirited and well conducted.At .
"" -
December, and then on through St.
taken from this ANDREW GIBSON
t Ikeiejdemonrtrationfl, the business there
meetings, was The Grounds *
Lucie Sound
to Lake Worth and Biscayne
(#t fewBtry as a stand point, when summed excellent order and the courteous friendly
Keeps the, finest oysters to be found in :
-p1; iappai as i(there is about to be asinjglefor Bay, establishing between the metropolisand in their are Large and Nicely Laid Out
feeling displayed; spoke highly
i1 .if this far southern point a commercial
J !:: ascendency between Monar- TltUHVlllC,
It is be will have
favor. to AIJ30DESIRABLE
.PIh f.ftftif hoped we a --
alliance writ in water it is true but durable
:,..... .1-.w1 y.! ....... d Republican forms of govern,1W match game at no distant day. I cordi- AND SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS.
; '
the and full of rich LOTS
promisefor TOWN
\or it is perhaps the final struggle
f41- ally invite you Mr. Editor to attend these -O- ,

: ; I.}of IfaUrchial principles for an existence. the-entire the The the capital abounding is raised for games, which take place every Saturday Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. For Business or Dwelling' Houses, and. '.

ff- 9kmeleed for us to say with which we energy
Jfi .. and enthusiasm are in its manager and evening. Respectfully. sBreadalwaysonhand.Also GOOD LANDSFor !
..ptt, ., ule" "! '
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:.W,, >> .... .- ..... president, and nothing but Providencecan LIST OF PATENTS.The a first-class Barber shop attached. Gardening. *
f: 'THE: EAST, COAST CANAL. prevent its certain consummation. following Patents, were granted to Terms to
; *J the Times Union. Already the Vesta,the fine new steamerof citizens of the Southern States, bearing IISTOHWOOD'SFast Responsible. .

.. Kintals. to-me that there is not in the company slips through the canal date 17 1883. Parties..
'iIi.i: April Reported expressly Hack Line !
L + i today a progressing enterprise, like greased lightning. The Vesta, by for this Paper by Louis Bagger & Co. Apply or.address, .

'1i".n j.lmport.wt and interestingas that which the way is a mighty nice boat, and has Experts and Solicitors of Patents, Washington -*- MRS. M. ,E. TITUS,.

:W ekard. Ooryell>> 1 and Doctor Westcott are on it as engineer, our old friend Gum- D. CAlexander
The Cheapest and Most Direct Titusville, i ;. .; : Florida.
] j .j BO quietly yet' so effectively onAtlantic phertof D "ton's yacht, Mischief. W A, Mobile Ala; Galt'anicbattery .

275,797. Ansorge W R, Texar-
{ 11 a map of the Peninsula and ex- First-In the first place this canal will
kana Ark, Obstruction indicator for boats ToTltnavllleand Indian River. R. C. SCRIMGEOUR,
i&eit attentively. Yon will see along open up to tourists and settlers the glories
275,974; Barnes C, Dayton Ky, Shaft CARRYING TIlE U. S. MAIL.
r4 ttmtin! eastern shore and running par- and advantages of tropical and semi- taIidermist and lfatnrallst.i
Del Bondio E F New
1f.Ji 1LYl coupling, 275,877; ,
t: '- with it, an almost consecutive linet" tropical Florida lying on the coast. I Birds ft animals mounted with some
Orleans La; Butter worker, 276,006; Lewis respect
bays; lagoons and creeks, many Second-It will build up the many ONE trip DAILY' between the ST. Anatomy.
H A Wichita Falls Texas Stock
!flSMj joined together and others sepa- small towns along its way into thriving JOHNS and INDIAN RIVERS Everything appertaining to shooting
276,053, McCue J J, Nashville Tenn, and fishing to be found at my establish
; .' ; iby narrow and insignificant strips places and make the wilderness'howlwithcivilization. Leaves Enterprise EVERT Morning ar- ment and at reasonable rates.
Bridle G E
275,927; Medley HopkinsvilleKy -
[tj ,It .% You will see an occasional bay Car coupling, 275,839; Moore riving at Titusville the SAME day. Also dealer In the Celebrated Lion

1f.j.J *opening out into the great sea, Third-It wil give to tourists and set- brand of Asbestos paint In all colon
Jennie M White W Va ReturningLeaves
-ha isd utting the great sea with its pu- tiers the finest resorts in the world. It is Sulphur Springs ready for use. The best and cheapest
: Brush, 275,932 Chadwell H C, Portsmouth' Titusvill EVERT morning arriving paint ever Introduced for House or Boat

d'\oi! 1-! ...., "'lIlt and its invigorating com&SSJto well known that the finest oranges in the Va,Animal trap,275,995;HarrisonR at Enterprise In the evening. use. Oil stoves In great variety suitable

these streams. You will see, world come from the Halifax and Indian for family or boat use. .
J, Gary N C, Seed planter and cultivator Address
wT g y'ow close this.inland water is to the Rivers. It is also known that the best. LINSEED OIL WARRANTED PURE.
Hazelip J N Baltimore Md
276,034; "W. S..Norwood
t scarcely ever more than a few hun- hunting and fishing in Florida is to be "
4 yards Top for children's carriages, 276,035; Myers TITCSVILLE FLORIDA. Pratt's Celebrated AM Oil always in
x from the waves fierce beating had on those streams and lower down.
B F, Hunnewell Ky, Combined can,
"; i g<*Ae store.; The fish supply, fed from the boundlessocean ARRIVALS" DEPARTURES Or MAILS. STOCK.Triple
pump and measure, 275,934; Parker and From Enterprise to Tltnsvllle. _
4I! !* Coryell-"estcott is inexhaustible.
enterprise absolutely Leave Enterprise Monday Wednesday
Arm, Ralston Tenn, Automatic wagon plated ikTaben ware from the
t |wute all these streams of and -Fourth-It will for invalidsan Friday at 3
House of Holmes, Booth" Hayden.
brake, 276,067; Paterson J F, Dunmore Arrive at Titnsrllle Monday Wednesdayand I
tf$ give io the world safe series of Think of Friday at 8 m.
i p.
a perfectly unequalled Lanterns Razors, Combs, Nick Nacks
W Va, Apple mill, 275,939; Power J W Leave Titusville Tuesday Thursday and
,jf sesth inland I channel all along the FlorifJ" it! Away in tropical Florida where the Slatesville Va,Flood and suspension fence Satontay at 3..m. In endless variety. .
Arrive at
er from the i mouth of the St.Johns close-lying Gulf Stream keeps an equableand 275,073; Reading H P, Eureka Ark Saturday Enterprise at It p.m. Tuesday Thursdayand Cigars,Tobaccos Pipesand

i'1 \0 fir Biscayne Ray, a distance of.The pleasant temperature all the year From Daytona to Titnsville.
puller, 275,855 Sandwich 'V D all smokers' articles.
'''');} f..J; ''''.n- Stump ; ,
Leave and Satur
Daytona Tuesday Thursday
> round where soft breezes fan the
rtis Lr" ,enterprise requires some ocean
a I$< Montgomery Ala, Car coupling, 275,948; p.m. When cannot find
;d_ ; .big brain, much executive abili- checks, where the world of water around Arrive at Titusville Thursday Saturday and you
Yi;; Sarlls and Holland, Gainesville Tex, Per- Monday at 10 a.m. what you want In the other stores In Ti
;.,", .J'- ilittle machinery.for dredging, conc is salt, the marshes marshes Leave TltusvUle Thnriday Saturday and
)fl. : you pure mutation lock, 275,081; Snapp J W, Jas- tusville just give R. C. S. a call and you
."!:*i t..Ji .pitlland unlimited energy. -with no malaria, and the balsam of Monday at:S p.m. will be sure to get suited.
'Y per Tenn, Lifting jack for raising railway Arrive at Daytona Wednesday Saturday and
: three essentials Colonel Coryell the pines in every breeze. There is noth- Monday at 6a.m.From .
: tracks, 276,088; Thomas A D, Norrilton
:liJ: ,;.: (1f, and what was lack- ing like it on the Peninsula, and the Ark Cotton elevator and distributer Titusville to Ean Gallic. C. J. HECTOR,
; Leave Titnsville Tuesday and Friday at
:.. : and Dr.Westcott managed to se- tourists will be-sure to appreciate it and 5..m.

:; .? ;. 'jt.b a wonder that some one flock to it. 275,960. ..... Arrive p.m.Leave. at Eau Gallic Tuesday and Fridayat Hardware and

"Yu:. S:..' ,..<;Jlat1begreatlChememtooperation Fifth-This canal will have a tencencyto The constitutional amendment for prohibition at 6 a.m.Eau Gallle Wednesday Z'Arrive and Saturday
,'1;,...: .u i "8o weYer, i. a pleasing fatal- build up St. Augustine to an even was rejected in the Connecticut Titusville Wednesday and Saturday .
-:4 2 .-:"' .,'1..t: ve tbat Corye11\ was predestin- greater degree of popularity and prosper- House by nearly a party vote. Of the Republicans at 7 p.m. General Produce

: 3 work. The company pushoutside ity,'as the stopping place on the seaside voting, 114 voted for and fiveagainst NOTICE.
it,and of the Democrats, 14 voted The business of H. P. Wilkinson& Co.
/!';. "terpriae; of the two route. 'It will also throb a fierce current for it and 76 voted ,
no. was discontinued the 1st of January last. MERCHANT,

Z"r' consists of three Northern into the commercial veins of Jacksonville No
: _: ej"a.! immense,wealth, who place from its growing and developing indus anv Nebraska newspaper? with the admir- k Melbourne. Florida.

.z -ct: the brains and ener- tries. By and by it will connect with able working of the high-license law in e Cash Store.I November 1Mb 1880. ft 47

t." .. that State. It has closed half the barrooms will continue business at the Rock-
.Ciyeji and[ Westcott
;:!I' _:' the St. Johns by rail, : may .-
'" "j1< ,JIiPIh- including nearly all that were especially ledge Cash Store,'keepinga full line of LUMBER !
oft Ti E! WORK.rifodgeWertoott with old and new attractionsby
.r 'F disreputable. The men who pay a tax of Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardware etc
furnished short noticeat
Will be to on
was'oomplebersad'ehristened going up the St. Johns, and coming $500 to 1,000 for their'Privilege and still during the, ensuing summer which owewill

: by Cot back down the canal or rice versa: make money out of it are said to be "in a I sell for cash only at greatly reduced 18.00 per thousand.

,*. large degree intelligent,and nobody knows rates and I hereby constitute Mr. W. D.
eGtBeral Manager, ;with the .Sixth-The trip down the canal is exceedingly SHINGLES

,.. .,: Peny'a'Praddeatr This attractive. half the better than they do the advantages to Roberts my duly'authorized agent dur- LUI'o. j jc.
t Nearly them, as well as to the community, of ing my absence from the State. .band. .' :i<
.,y \ .,w.iBflarto. the one now insucprs way you are sailing down quiet,tranquil having the liquor traffic placed in responsible H. P. WrxKcraov. -

',i''***,43f,t *" ,..>- AJoD ** Okeechobee. Both river with mosEy banks and grassy is- hands" ,Rockledge, April 26,1833 52t5 MAGR'UlERi' CO.

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f1. 'oiti id : "" 1 t :i 1: .:t tlte'.peetmhaeeirROrltheXadm South Carolina,'a.description t of[ which coldest weather I experienced>> on ,the from $20 to $200.Massachusetts. iJ:

... ....g &"&Ji 'J-&**' !*&* l: I .'unsympaheewtiece.d U ;So _to They.,Icall;were.him map .interest, our readers... .MUlqmaize trip being on the 13th, when, about two j} newspapers arV'S' ; tr:
I and '
hr.ft t. to uu' i cold 1 is a native of the Southern,Hemisphere, hours before sunrise, the, thermometer ,i prohibited from publishing'notices ";_F" tf:

5' :ffi&S&&g&s&yssr: : I mistaken;+ 'Ilie-man'hey sought was being: found, in, huge indicated 5.'PF.: That day 1: made a hi the future; lcansh

,"\"''.:*"-*:>'._. .. pii'_:::* a.Th!:.MkdIv" *::stroke: kin IUUI. *'.'or. -, modest in.Ms estunatieu' of himself- and Columbia, where oit,, 'is used as. the journey of., twenty-five miles, riding is a lottery. : J!' _"""
disliked be lion- I
",.t' 'thlrat4tl ,4-"et'aIi" to ltDteb his head, therefore shy. He to c mmon' food ,of ,the working people most of the way on the sledge, and at Mark Twain, lecturing on ibe1.S'
izedfand'would be Iiatronizet But
not islands
} :t n yin W' ip,.with. W.'paw 'exhibits and,the grain .is'fed "working animals.In no time during that day did I feel uncomfortable offered to show how;,
;r. his coldness of manner arose ate their food if
'..hieMieiYet be'birneelfkeepa apparent' food qualities it is said to be superiorto the highest the 'Jiermome- any lady would;le.{1=

:;!':i' on pHtiag in hi otin,way!jumping- into from, his truthfulness was willingto wheat, and experiments show that tt'r reached being;# F., and ,I might him a baby. The lecture had to gc .
express a greater degree o( illustrated.
jour s i jtaBdmgnp_ to rub his head. fifty to one. hundred ,bushels of clean here say that I really enjoyed the whole z;,

y...........,........_' __/.1..},,. 'i.J. .. ,a' than he felt. seed can be raised to the acre. Rev. trip. I attribute it almost wholly to i "Money does everything for a ,; .:
1','; -' K""J",\.-.\ No man was more cordial to thosehe'kIiew'and I[ said an old gentleman
.. tsjhave: never;,been.';known,,to attend R. II. Pratt, formerly missionary the Esquimaux reindeer clothing: and pons .
esteemed. As the'editor 1: es replied ':
K. of the Evening Post he was distinguishedfor money won't do as much '
'do'Lntttiferjd'riecectakes; ui i relivePyvprayersl introduced the ,grain and who has natives, where the temperature is never nadsa
his frank and easy'manner with his some men will do for v>%
bit restJJrtb .'fai ; 'Iiatiingbeenyell raised it successfully for some years in above freezing and generally 10:. to 1">'- money. ..
--':-.' .. subordinates. His command were put A poor excuse is better than'iooe
broubhit Plne;. expects South Carolina, says the millomaize below that point. I do not believe-and : !' ,
We heard of
in the form of requests. If he wishedto a man who justi6tBW
Etta be fed until breaktastis hashed and allied to the sorghum and Guinea corn my belief is confirmed by the written
see a member"of hi* staff, he'never meanness towards his wife by asserts
prayers i :aver7fi:hbw, eser; bethinks families, and should not be planted accounts of others that any Arctic
._ that he and she
'r' sent for but went to him. lie was never are one'and {,
:.t $ 'the famfly bas Mt long enough at table, ostentatious of himself on his po-, where there' any danger of mixing voyagers, housed in warm ships as their by refusing her money he.practiceatpe'! '.

,' 'he taps file sti eM rtheami' and" runs. sition. them.. The grain is small, and mire base and clad in the usu'al ,Arctic. heroic virtue of :self-denial, ., -

: swiftly;ba
r 'sits, tip It'ksea.. .kangaroo);;;beffging" If-hediscorezsYtliat avoid the infliction of pain were pro- heads are larger and more compact, journey; without more or less: material Dots she ever threaten to tear'";yo r-4'..::i;;;.

thw bar- no" effect,. he minent traits of Mr. Bryant's character. and the olor is milk white,instead of discomfort. Once only did I learn the eyes out:? Does she ever hump l>eR:

jumps up aa'the' little stand where theBiblesarekeyand A literary editor of the Evening Post red. It differs from sorghum in this, lesson of caution. I took off my right back?" ':Xo," he answered penate 2

: ; ; ''pushes. them'off, once had a bad case of poetic idiocy to that the sugar it contains is fully con- mitten iu attempting to get a shot at a "I can't say that she ,ever &umpVhef!; .

': -one after' ;another.' deal with. verted into corn when the grain ma- passing reindeer,, the wind blowing back, but she s raised a hump o;'tR on'"

:; The attention of', the family 'is there- Mr. Bryant had said to him, "I wish tures-so that the pith of the grain- stiffly in my face, and the thermometer mine." aVery ''s.

?. "bydmnzr.and; ; : he"is":punished,, but his you to deal very gently with poets, es- stalks becomes as dry and tasteless as ::?i F., when the persistent refusal of innocent man, old man Mildbbj .*t

end is wined.-For the Bibles handed pecially the weaker ones." The editor that of Ipdian corn when the stalk is the frozen gun-lock to work perfectly is. A friend found him 'at" his dot .

to the different members. .of'the family was embarassed one side was the dead. In Barranquilla, on the coast, kept my hand exposed much longer than the other dayabsorbed. hi perplexing,",,,,.

and prayers begin: injunction on the other was the where we have a dry season (which is had intended. When I attempted to stu 1y. "I am writing my will.the'fl.

Then he jumps, ;upon 'the-stand, ''sits book of poems, without a lint to really a drought) of five or six months' use it again it seemed paralysed, and old man said, "and I want ,to fii t. .r

upright'I' jvrith widebpen, eyes,.a grave praise. continuance, I have had it planted in looking at it I noticed that the skin was somehow so that the laywers'can 'get-: .,
and' solemn''aspect; ,, "and utters not a Just then Mr. Bryant came in. and my garden, and after it had' ripenedone as white as marble. Toolooah, who was some of the property." ""* ,

sound dniirig the and the sayingof crop of seed 1 have cut it down to What is that on the table? ''.
reading That
the editor, stating his embarrassment, beside me, noticed it at the same time, is :
the doctor says the roots in the midst of this dry season cake. What those '
the are things
prayers\until read some of the stanzas to him- and with an Innuit exclamation of surpriseiastily lookingat ,
",\m i n$ -fore t* \.is.ftnisbed and had a second crop, of. inferior it ? Those are cJllldren.Do' z
n. "Xo you can't praise it of course," i. dofling both his mittens childrau: ;:
.an tells that he well quality, of course, to shoot up at once like l."akeXo 'children do not'fte.r T:
imperativeJiff-we answered Mr. Bryant; "it won't do I grasped it between his warm haiub, and ,
]knows its:: his 'turn has come atOast from the roots. I have been told thata cake. Ioes'cake like children?' : ',,
to lie about it but"-turning the volume then held it against his warmer holy Tea.;i:
: ., third crop of fully ripened seed can cake likes :
Where' have th't
in his hand and inspecting it- under his coo-fc-'o/i, or Esquimaux coat.
., thus be obtained from a single plant.I '
"you might say that the binding Is It soon resumed its functions, and, children gone ? The chiltheniairegone ,
Kindness. do not know what this imply (for -
can upstairs.RWhere '
securely put on and that-well, the although I felt for some time as though has the Qb'gOllf.
the is
Alfonso young'king of Spain
; the soil at this season gets as dry as a > ? The cake has witht1JecliltlreIL
I holding to hornet's nest Iexperienced gone
his credit binder has planed the edges pretty was on a ,
popularwith .subjects. They pot:,herd, and nearly as hard) unless: it ; -
him with'possessing more of the virtues smooth." that above most other no more serious results than
means plants, At the mechanical school : "
couple of looking blisters where : 'NOY"
Journalism demands rapid work. a ugly .
And fewer of 'the 'vices than are I'
this lives off the
, associated""with monarchs.. Topics mus be shot on the wing. The atmosphere the iron of the gun had come iii contact John, did you ever see a saw?'* '&' .{i.
usually :
One of his prominent, traits is his I haste is fatal to the style of journalists.But there, certainly, is densely charged wild the bare hand. The reindeer sir: I've saw u saw." "What:-saw Rua' ;:.
with moisture from the It
'. Tundness of heart.- In'this he resembleshis Bryant's style was marked all sea. was eS Jped. As the reindeer clothing is the it you saw, John ?'* "It was a seertr, <.
/ ,
this unlimited to stand '
rapacity drought "
the dethroned Isabella through his half century of editorial warmest in the Arctic, so it makes the sir." .\ see saucer? Why;: JJohn; -.
mother., "
which induced to the seed
UJB bring
trio notwithstanding her work by.purity and elegance. It never warmest bedding, two large skins made what do you mean?" "I, mean aaeV-'t
; | grave '
home in the belief that it would be of
saw sir." "And when did
faults is greatly beloved on account of degenerated. into a long coflin-like bag or sick, the you See,the.
incalculable service Southern
amiable "How do you manage to retain to our hair side in behg a sufficient protection sea?" "Oh sir didn't seethe'aea ,

l1er.One day,while disposition.riding- in a Madrid the purity of your style?" asked a States, where our crops so often fai in the coldest weather when in a properly 1 saw the saw, sir." "But if you.',rays'
, horse_ car, the Marquis -:;- entered. friend. drought. constructed itf.w. When the first I I saw the saw;, how saw you the sacker?" "

I z Whereupon a.friend told us an incident "If iny style has fewer defects than Ornamental Hints.Onx.oJExT.L severe cold came at North Hudson Bay "Wh\:'. sir I never saw the' saittoet.; :'.

t; associated with'that nobleman, which you expect," answered the poet, "it T.V1JLK COVEKS I was sleeping under a blanket and ,two I saw the see-saw, 'sir. See ?" ''Well/ >

'to explain.Alfonso's popularity. Ls for the reason, I suppose, which Dr. file buffalorobes, which I found, as the my boy, if that's.the way you see! .' saws' i }
goes Handsome table covers are made of alternate -
The. Spaniards are.,fond of picnics. Johnson, gave Boswell for conversing so thermometer sank below 'XP to -40 F., the loss saws you see the better ,fbu ;
half of
'Even in winter, families may be seen in well ; I always write my best." squares or squares to he inadequate to secure comfort may take your seat." ., "

:sunny;"spots,: sitting ''on the ground, "But," rejoined the friend, "thereare flannel and of velveteen ; one made of until I procured a reindeer sleeping-bag, The time wasted by men in'feel: .fj
two shades of brown is and
.,... eating and drinking with merry.hearts. daily emergencies when there is no very pretty, weighing not half as much, after which ing in the wrong pocket would:make,' ,:
of brown and is
lemon color
"We have witnessed, with a surprise time tochoose word lnd be dainty,when : one particu- cold nights were no longer, dreaded. the next generation rich if: they; ,& \
larly effective. The spread should be
incident to a Boston- training, a groupof the alternative Ls a hasty article or none The robe of the American bison seems had it. .i.
lined it is not that the entire
I at all/' ; necessary under the It looked the: other :'
friends. sitting OH the curb-stone least..provocation to become very gloomy =

on ;the .sunng, side ofa, ; broad .street "I would sooner,'* replied the painstaking lining should be of expensive material ; damp, and ,thsen freezes as stilT as apiece morning. The sky"was heavy overcast, '".i

iu Madrid,' and hunching together'as editor, "the paper should go to unbleached factory cloth 'will answer, of sole-leather. Once spoiled in and a mist was falling,,the air was. chjD., ;;
provided that the facing is deep. No
pleasantly as if in a diningroom.The press whitbout an editorialarticle than this manner, it is diflicut to dry it and But before noon an organ grinder up- +
border is but if
royal family share the Spanish to send to the printer one I was not satis- requisite, one prefersto restore it to its former pliability in the peared. How much we doubt, bow) t-: ,]
have it this should be of velveteen
love f& live in.the open air,"and often lied with. low temperature of an iyloo. The furs tie we trust m
and the facing of'a
color.If .
go picnics into the country around Perhaps another cause for the purityof contrasting of the be-.lveraIlIt muskrat I found to Bill Xye's platform is; "One country "t1

:Madrid. One day,- .last spring,,a party Mr. Bryant's; prose may be found the blocks are neatly put together no be equally unsuitable in* our mode of one Hag and one wife.'' Lie. says,he. ,
needlework i i.s to adorn the
of ladies'aae g ht1 meri;headed J by the in his habits of reading. He was fond necessary life, and I believe that all tbo other furs has never pined to make the marriage+ :'i

the king'aridteris; ,started:on horse- of the old English classics, and often spread ; but, of course, this joint maybe of the temperate zone would have shared record of his family Bible look, )Jikea. i.;

back for the woods".wbere they intended I deplored their neglect by the present determined according to the taste the: same opinion if tested in the same hotel register. It is suspected at Salt -

to breakfast; a'm'eal: which,' iii Spain, is I generation. lie believed there was no and means of the maker. practical way.-Una. ischicntku, in Lake that William is Opposed to, MOT- .:;;,.

.eaten at noon; worse thief than a bad hook, and thought TlIKKE ARE MANY WOMEN, at least Forest awl Stratm.Trepanning. monism.:: ',!

It began to rain, but' the royal cavailcade a man degraded his memory and his two hi every .village) some of whose "Well, what do you want here

were not to be balked of their reason who used them to read any book moments are made burdensome on account --e- marked Mr., Smith, as he sat.up in'bed nand .

pleasure for fear of a 'slight wetting. which did not make him letter intellectually of having in. their sitting-room, in Prehistoric addressed a profeSsional. burglar;. ;

:.They Icept: job, entered: the woods, ate' or inorallv. J behind the coal stove, a long shelf of Times. who stood in front of .:the bureau.i,. :"1'.}k

their break tUl. had a jolly time, wood. This is usually painted white, I want money and bonds,?', biased' the a

even though;the raindrop did beat a Clips. to match other wood-work in the room, mist burglar through his clenched )teeth, '

: and this surface the On of the eurious traces of "and '
tattoo on the leaves.. The export trade in furniture is confined on white-painted quick about, too. "My friend i;(
soft, gray dust settles ,all the time. primitive belief which have come down retorted Smith "I've been looking.for' :
On, their return, the horse of theMarquissldppedou chiefly to medium grades, whichare :
There is shert of the to us is found in the trepanned skulls those <
vigilance eter- th'uigs
no for
the wet road, and sent to Africa, China, the Sand- ,the last .tventyyeara- ;

fell ,with his rider under him. The mar- wich Islands and to South America. nal which serves to keep it free. A which have been discovered in several without success; but go on with your ,J

,quis' leg was broken; there was no The little canary seed, which we feed young wife tried this plan, and it is: so caves and dolmens,of France belonging burglary, I'm sleepy." }

doctor in the party, and they were three to our birds oily, Ls used by the nativesof nearly satisfactory that she tells it for to the earlier portion of the new stone -- .
: ago. Dr. Paul Broca has devoted Afraid of Banks.An .
the benefit of others Make lambrequin a
: a -
miles from the Canary Islands as an article of I
for the shelf it be of aida pamphlet to the description of these:' '
Utter of, branches and domestic food. It contains a large iwr- ; may ild lady of respectableappearauce
canvas or of Macranip. It need not treianned skulls and discussion! ,
of nutritious .
leaves they placed the. wounded man portion farina.In was rf'ccutlyarrested at a draper's shop
Florida the strong fibre of the be a deep lambrequin, from ten inchesto their significance. The fact is: certain in Paris on suspicion that she was circulating
and bore bun to Madrid. The
thereof leaves of a species of cactus is turned fifteen will answer. Theii cover the that a great number of the skulls were counterfeit coin. ,A clerk had
king dismounting from his horse, insisted '
whole. into rope, its juice into a pleasant leverage shelf with crash and attach the lambre- trei .\uncd during lifetime-proliably in pronounced bad a silver five-franc piece *
walking the distance by I
upon and its trunk, after the removalof quin to it. The dust may settle there, infancy and early "outh-antl that they which she offered him she
whereupon J
the side of the litter, that he might I ,
the pith, into pails. but if given one careful brushing in the healed up again, the subject of the oi>era- had drawn from bag
a large canvas ,
cheer the sufferer encouraging
French silk merchants are thinking morning you will not be disheartened tion surviving it for many years. .3[. another coin of the same denomination? &

words. about acclimatizing a species of spider by seeing it for the rest of the day. Broca supposcs'tliis trepanning: to have which he
When the party reached the city, likewise rejected.. The police |
( which has been discovered on the African constituted a .sacred rite of
The lambrequin in the case mentionedwas home sort
Alfonso ordered the Marquis to be takento authorities found suspended under her
coast. This spider makes a thread made of Macrame and for we find that the:' skulls of these :;
was crocheted
and the very dress belt containing J
the royal palace, kiDg'slh by a aiyl wires five bags
sician to be summoned. very like yellow silk and almost as I,. ; three spaces were left through persons who had undergone the nitration 240 five-francpieces,1000francs 4,?

In a few hours,the incident was knownall strong. which scarlet ribbons were run ; the in their lifetime were after death in gold, six bank-notes of 1000, francs
One of the industries of Australia is
over Madrid and even the most edge was finished with a deep, large subject again to the same operation. each, 100,000 francs in public securities. fIn
the and rabbits whichare A '
cooking canning number
cf small disks
republican ,could scallop. The ribbons were put in were cut from
pronounced.Spanish to
reply questions the old ladgan |j
districts that
so plentiful some them in such
a that
'not'- help saing; lengthwise. If one choose to do so,the way each disk con- her name and addres.and said that as s
whole crops are sometimes destroyed by ribbons could be in the other tiined a iwrtion of the cicatrized edge
"Long live Alfonso! way she lived alone she carried her %
always ,
them. One firm the last
during season made by the
throne i in the and the endseould be left a little longer original tree niiiug. These
He who established, .his which lasted twenty-five weeks canned disks fortune about with her; moreover, ;she j;;%
were used
acts on the republiCan than the lambrequin, and after being as amulets by living "
affections the people 075,000 of the animals. doubted that her coin was bad, as .she
principle and usually enjoys along turned back in points, little tassels of persons. But the skull thus treatedwas examining .
never j
According to the London Court Jour in its accepted a piece without
The incident may indicate crewel could be put on. This is a pretty turn provided with one of it. The Police sent.tile ,
reign nal the institution of bronze earrings, these talisuianic Commissary : ;
throne. design for a comer bracket. in place of those
the stability of Alfonso's with "Merit" engraved on them,is said which had been silver to a money changer, who at \
I cut from itself. From
.' I once 'declared that the *** |
to be contemplated by the authorities. this shopman j
Thorough. custom
. Truthful' and }I.. Brocu has argued, a '
These ornaments are to be given to female mistaken as there-was not a bad piece "
TVniiam-- Cullen Bryant was a plain Suicide by Starvation iso popular i belief in the survival of, the dead man
purses->who have distinguished among the r.coin.. TIle lady then :-i
I that
man and disliked pretentious people."Howisitthat&ucanmakeMr. now. a Philadelphia man is goingto' I and supposed that the disk wag placed ,
themselves in hospital service during .. .He will board at New with the'skull readjusted :her treasure in its hiding ,,
l : Bryant ; a I to serve as a kind of viati'rcum
.. v ,-.f, place,:and'leftthe police station some'
war. '- York hotel and refuse
< to fee the waiters.
With into
Of another another world
? 'aske 'alady .
UU .Lwhat: ,disturbed by.her adventure.
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.".' ;.:--:: 1i ..- '. the title to the goods to the c alleged t.m; .t1on..rwasVferaed! ; "!tot\J..r g'theaam : _:' ef.the' pronto. li'cJm. Sandy soils are, in the average farmers -
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v ? tVJlStJODLD."i.J' 04'd'd' thief,then neither- theHaJdnf;;nor"the :=.J: orrui ,I">nfeeBto from;; ..innicr. "'culture' -in Lost Angeles: county, 9e119e' of the word,, the. lightest of

l f: "dw ..Ii pI d 'n.;'.- conversion is felonious. It can but ani},W r oi;;.nn conducting., 01Idea I CaliformX?the .A naAH u.. Gazette cites all soils, because they are the easiest to

:;""A, Wk! ;..1' ..-<" amount. "tor 'a '.&1 1d. It ,is, obtaining inthrfering-with1*tfie affairs 'of"''the' I the case of a.farmer who.lastyear sold ,work;while in actual weight they are

r,.+ .,.' j( Itlu*>**.n":':'"I"--;.:.rm'yOQth.J1&cl'f' :* '.... : goods" by,false pretencea. :If; however, company; This* injunction, paralyzed. .ISO centals of com from" 3O.a:res. He :the heaviest soils known. Clay, also,

',-_"w'" ?:me v;in those ;dull. the owner parts with the possession they action' 'o!r 'botli, ;the contractingparties. sold it ior St. 3'per cental-a total _of which/we call a heavy soil, because stiff

"I'.1'- '. 'f! fitmot tread'the, tang ed maze. voluntarily, but does not part with the Before 'the;agent can recover $1S' & -an, his cash. outlay was and unyielding to the plow,is compara-

.>Jt',:.. eletmeW! fuesurw.t = title, expecting and intending that the he must: ,show t t..he"'had fully performed hardly $150., tively a light soil in actual weight.
"t ,}""f.> :. -- the' .fir-off same thing shall be: returned to him,or or, was':"ready ''io perform, the Layering consists simply in bending Peat soils are light in both;' senses of
: / "e beeawtod-andfrom: that .it shall be disposed of 'on-' his services "for which "he claims'he should down a branch,and keeping it in contact the word, having little actual,veightand

i t1 ;f whisperwhich; my heart dis- account or in a particular way, as be paid;''but"hi the"face of the injunction with or,,buried to a small depth in being loose or porous,.

...'," 2.f x'!a'l. Beloved- directed or agreed upon;/"for his benefit, l]| even an attempt perform these the ;soil, until roots are formed.: The I The sheep is a close grazer.and even

.';,;-.rn:::, ;.t Bt.,'.'tcdl,. must- part. eo then the goods may be feloniously converted '! services, would be a:criminal contempt connection with the parent plant may 1 I prefer short :pasture. ,It Is. scrupurlously

fiJt'w !.t! iot stay: with me, inconstant ; by the bailee, so as to relate back 'I' of the injunction. Therefore;he cannot. then be severed. Many plants can be clean,though' not very select, in

'rX'L: Ttke ,.upoii the wind" growsthee and make the taking and conversion.a sho\v:any ground for his.demand;" far more easily propagated'thus: than by, the choice of crT: -
'Io.jqlfwf: I. .' ., feeds. Wool: being,a highly nitrogenous -.
ong_ larceny. The pointed inquiry hi such a j! ,,:. p cuttings;

s t r tnthout_ fresh, adventure case must always arise : Did the owner I:I\ ;.Tattle: Elfins! ; Plea. "The milk of a cow in her third or substance, requires:a larger supply

Jr.tst') Jll'Cfe t&h1D.Y; be I L butdo thee wronjr, part with the title to the things,and was ;I .:;:...: fourth calf is generally richer in quality of albuminoid food for sheep than other

I.f Labia Sad thee:waiting where I the legal title vested in the prisoner ?" ,I A Reminiscence. Parepa the Rosa.Last'Days of than a younger one; and will continueso ruminants demand!, Wool, being the.

1iti.f: i.t i-J ron.: t! r, II .LE-BREACn OK COXTUACT t The season of music was closing. for several .)'<'ars. In .dry seasons chief profit (sheep farming; it will
t : PROOF: RECOVER MONEY PAID.A 'I the is richer althoughcool be economy to..feed oats 'or oil-cake'
i tt:1:1J1PBn.IP i : : BOn rUABSTOLfi : -' Y OF Satiated with praise,.Parepa llosa drew quality generally .'

fcooffI' aras wltiifci i; noble hall, : .- sold to B a quantity of corn, and her fur wrap around her shoulders, and weather favors the production of pretty'freely' to secure.a liberaf_ growth

,';.ttP1 4 wand with many gracious image:. B claiming that A failed to deliver all stepping from the private entrance of cheese. Cold weather increases the of this staple.I .
tlnough'it floated strains which the sued of butter.f' Hertland Home., find coal 'ashes to be awry valuable -
J grain, .to recover an advance he yield mrt, ,
the Grand about to enter her
: was ,
rl1,1j! ht appease "I: 'It should be reinembered that 'no,1matter article. 'to .be used for, many ..pur
1t *ore thirst for musOn. : each I had made on it and damages for the carriage when '"Please mi ladi," in ; '
i rich a" poses. I have used. them for three. : or
wuV breach of the contract. A denied that how good and a milker
vx11q' pu7''ree .to hold the in low pleading \CCellts;arrested her atten- ..
hung, eye four on currant bushes for the de-
be it is unreasonable to expectthe years
he had broken his
', contract and counter- shrunken misshapen cow may .
thrallBkocntaiss- tion. It the
'l"r' was only ,
t'1iP ,' clothed in rold. in claimed for the balance due him and form of little Elfin the Italian quanity and richness of the productto struction of the currant worm, and find

Ai'!: 7;' ;.. maculate, peace for the damages he suffered from B's be kept up unless both the quantity and no necessity for the use of< hellebore or,
between waTering trees
'f frt htof Water street singer, with his old violin under They'
,' ra eMi'wherefrom,-drowned (manners refusal to take the balance of the grain.I adaptability of the food are matters of any other poison.: areas" effect---
his but the face in the
; arm
;!' <:v.;>a teemed to call; Judgment was rendered for A. On ; attention. Do not expect impossibilities lye on cucumber vines to keep off the
;t":k 'i til>lestood. there. heaped with fruit; and gaslight, though pal and pinched, was I striped bug. Last year I used them on
! if the of prize
the trial the
lJ.1f-i only witnesses were A and even you are '
xftne. as delicately cut as a cameo while the
'1 8/- --;!jttt lol the fruit turned ashes at my gaze B'themselves, so that there was no preponderance milking animals. cabbages filling the head full, and had
t, the gold juice seemed like eager and wistful light in the great
"; ;.y.A1 to my .taste' of evidence the The best time for shipping bees no further trouble with the worms.. The
\ of
on part :
t y? 'ji-=;aunt brine.t tine die;"then with no chance B, the plaintiff. An appeal was takento brilliant the soft Italian eyes, the voice quiver held of her entreaty for a mOment in any considerable distance is in April, cabbag a. heated;well,'receivlng: :io(ni-f'
''f'i'F' !or.mre. before the combsare jury from the ashes.. The 'ashes are
. -' : beauty of the the Supreme Court of Iowa, which or quite early in May,
,';" LMthtofitheimpotent against her escort's endeavor to
.... '" blood with better to be sifted through a fine sieve.. .
"!j. ," .-s.ce: affirmed the judgment. Judge Adams, too heavy with though
; ,,,"" wordsshiTeredpast me: "This. save her the annoyance of hearing a bl'ggoar's .-E. J&. 11... in wit,.Recorder,
,tiJ AM 'v in the opinion, said : *'Y'ruessJhe plaintiff proper care in preparing: them and ordi- ,
J1't4.r' 'Life. idea."Well .
}<.M has his in hatching they be shipped -- ,
proven case by a preponderance !" said the great singer, half nary usage

J Inv': : cu of evidence the appellate Court impatient/yet full of pity. at any time with comparative safety, Why a Kerosene Lamp .Bursts.

< ; .,being. born, we cannot give him a new trial, and a vendee ""-out.! mi ladi please," in sweet except in quite cold weather. ,Girls'as well as boys, need to understand =
\\'f t'.i ..aifanderyaki1tlldldhoodthrives cannot break a contract and recover The Navajo Indians in Arizona JtV
brown about kerosene
:r- : best upon mother's, broken English, and the slender 'explosi s. .. ,
it .'*,t .ia.n.i t from the vendor what he has paid on it hands of the dwarf held up the fragrant have 900,500) sheep, and 20(1,000 goats, great many fa'al accidents happen, :from

;ii.1= 'Jl T is marred by passion, utterly
\tli. Jbntoud ; that the vendor is in fault.
them by the Government two or Ere to make- kindle better also
'{ hath seen. o many golden heart ; by
. ii.tbonCb..h8 i PROMISSORY NOTE OF IIusiuxuAND "1)0)'ou mean this )lovely flower for three years ago. This heretofore expensive pouring oil into a lamp while it'is,.light ,
\ : re&Sed his store when the .
, WIFE-INSOLVENCY AND DisC1IAROE "' tribe required an appropriation ell 'Most that it is the $
. <. ; me ? A passionate gesture was her p WS.On.q suppose _
*!.**af Fottj ttd Boisefill all our littleyears, OF IIUSKAND-LlAWLITY OF answer. Taking the flower, ParepaHosa : of only ?T CKX) a year and are now considered I. kerosene,itself that explodes, ''and that i
,'llUss*e aretorn with pain,with pain wetowers [WIFE.-A husband and wife self-sustaining. They '
i gave occupy
l if to the .oil
)otrt.1die. : ,bent herstatelyhead, "You heard I they are very careful keep.
',I"if -.Jjta overniGod'i dome of azure their promissory)' notes together, and me sing ?" an immense tract of land, however, itself from being touched by the,fire1 or
. ,Wbere eons and systems whirl and keeptheir the husband was sub-'tluenUydischarg- which is held for settlers.
.'(;,;!i' '- pisce. Mi lath, I hid under the stair. the light.there will be.ho. danger ? But
tlard. in call Life this piteous broil of ours. ed in insolvent proceedings. Suit was 'Twas yesterday heard. the voice. Oh, 1 think the value of flax straw for feed- this is notso. If 'a can or champ is'left

'M.*';, t!..:-5"Ii"'1Ptrd stoop observe. with foolish earth- brought on the notes and the husband mi lath, mi lath, I could die 1" The ing stock generally depends on how much about half.,. full of: :kerosene oil the .oil

u that ;vast, pageant of stupendous pleaded the discharge. The wife then words came brokenly from quiveringlips seed there is iii it. I have stacked upon will :dry up-that is, '" evaporate"-:a.

-' i.:: "" rora" :; pleaded with her husband that his discharge passionately in earnest. The loud my place seventy-five or one hundred little and will form,.by mingling .with

':.i"' >;t t' ftl.. W enterallv' through. : silent space. also discharged him and her voice of the world she had just left had I tons of flax straw ; I have also a quanityof the air in the upper part a very explosivegas.

J:;.-"' j'Q.":11.!'.., ,.. ." ,, ... j )intly and severally. Judgment was m"erho'n Paraini Kosa the i power of i prairie hay, which I do not value .. You cannot see,this gas anymore, ,

;: r fiR nt.Legal Decisions. rendered against the ',.'ife only, and she her grand voice as she saw it now in very highly for the wintering of stock, than you can.see air., .But if, it is disturbed -

c-1_ i., ,; a. -- appealed.J In this causw,-Allers Y5. .Forbes these soft, dark eyes in a dune and in and I was obliged to fence it in to keepit and driven Out, and 'a blaze

, q f oa7ORATI ttf\l' : ()NS-F: ODUCIKO nOOKS -the Court of Appeals of Maryland the sobbing, broken words, "Mi ladi, from being eaten up, while my flax reaches it, there will be: a terrible,explosion -.

"c'" .W<->i.pooitT.r-In' a suit between third affirmed the judgment. Judge Miller, oh 1 mi ladi-I could die." straw went untouched. I would not I although the blaze.did not touch,
1 '
t .. pbotM the.fu81d ntandSecretaryofa I in the opinion, said : "We can discoverno "Child," and her voice trembled, give 50 cents ton for flax straw for the oil. There are several other liquids'
possible reason why the dischargeof there is not subs used in houses' and 'which
stock workshops ,
; o0tpoat1oa! were subpoenaed to appear meet me here to-morrow at ">," and feeding as any
:.i witnesses to produce certain booksicidplgers'of her husband under the insolvent holding the lily caressingly to her cheek, tance in 'it.-A ]\nnsis l rmtr. will produce an explosive, this:
laws should release her and her proper- Gladiolus bulbs should be planted Benzine is ; burning-fluid is
W.'l :: the company in court. she stepped into her carriage, and was way. one
"''1J't': ''!! t+'''' edto.'bring the books' andground ty. Her property does not pass to his driven, away.It in succession at the intervals of two or another; and naphtha' alcohol, ether, "

ipspoatho r-J. :> that where the trustee nbr are her rights therein in three weeks, through the months of and chloroform, may do the' 'same
iil :
was Purest Kosu's last iviglit. In a
any way affected by his insolvency.The April and May. They should be plant thing.In .
Meolpetou '
11 there is
not a party no
t box near the stage sat little Eltm like *
statute makes her stand with New York
respect ed about three inches deep, a little pure a workshop) lately there'was
-rif (po+recto issue such a subpoena. In this voice
i one entranced. (i randly the clear
'wi lWertheunervs: : The Continental to the obligations signal by her soil or sand bl'in;laid over each before the ,a can of benzine or gasoline, standing -
tt' swelled its triumphal chords and
-z&Stirayaind.. Trust as these are, in the same position as rang earth is closed in about them,an arrangement on the floor. A boy sixteen'years
:!Ll %i Qfat&States Circuit' Company Court S.- IX of1We any other party so signing them would amid the arches with {:[unearthly power which may be only advantageously old lighted a cigarette, and threw the

in stand. If the husband's discharge has :uid sweetness..: The slight frame the followed with bulbous plants gen- burning match on,the floor close to the

j ,'Judge Wallace granting the effect of releasing her from the boy swayed and shook and a look so erally. In hot summer weather they' can. lIe did not dream there was any

/.aMsotioato'compel the production of debt, the security afforded by her name wrapt, so intense, came on his face, you should have a good mulching of half- danger because the,liquid was corked up
,:. 'f. thehodui. and papers, said :, "This proiioppiosed'upion knew his heart was stilled. The
very ill the ...
to the obligation would be destroyed, rotten manure,and as soon as the flowerspikes can. .
r <* ,
;g in the authority of and the law would practically become a curtain rolled up for the last time, and are produced liquid manure But there was great',explosion, and
PWwal ogees the New York Courts
,I as simply as possible the told he badly hurt. This"
-of; "' dead letter." manager was seems. very
be them.
"X! tiicb may occasionally given; :
deliythe right of a party to com- the audience of last night's incident, mysterious. The probability is that the
DENT-STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS writer in the Prutt lloof'.lt'J'makes' .
Idtheofficers of A
corporation pro- and announced that Pareiw Kosa's farewell can had been standing, there .a good
8 1, r\ i dice L rtsi evidence in a ,cause to PROCEEDINGS IN RXKI:1I'TCY..Asued to them would be the simple lullad the statement that one of the. neighbors I while .and a good deal of .vapor' had.
}. .=xbich it isaot ..Xotwitbstandhowever B for a debt and the defense was planted some cabbage plants among his
<. 1 ".p a party. warbled many a" bitter day through the formed, some of which had leaked out
r; ..' 1 i these; decisions it is be- made that the debt was barred bv the com where the corn missed, and the
13-?* ,
; city streets by little Elfin, the Italian around the stopper and ,was hanging In
,iue.t to hre been the common statute of limitations. The plaintiff butterflies did not I find, them. lIe has,
; prac- musician. a sort of invisible cloud over and around
S 1 replied that as the defendant had been therefore to the conclusion that if
t u this :Stateftx subpoena officers as come this
: long and prolonged Wa.i the applause, the can ; .and cloud. when. the
:N eito I put into bankruptcy the meaning of the in the middleof '
J :Wi t produce the books of their the cabbage patch was
match struck it ,,
and at the first pause, sweeping in with exploded
... .mss inn action between third I statute had been suspended. He had the corn-field the butterflies would
of Suppose a girl tries to. fill a kerosene
royal grace, came; our queen song.
t1 ion& not proved his debt in bankruptcy. The find low and like
In other States so far as is not them as they Ily blowing
lamp without first it Of
At her breast was the fragrant lily. put.
: r the trial Court decided in favor of the defendant sailill .
right to do has plain
r so never Queen, hH}. by right of her beautiful, course the lamp is nearly empty or she
t ;faa controverted.: Why should not and the plaintiff carried the There are fewer cattle now in Colorado 'This
unstained womanhood, as well as by the would not care to fill it. space is
} > .:;tbe. officers of a corporation be requIredit..1 case-Dee vs. Erwin-to the Supreme of lersut'limevoice., She stooda thin there were three or four years ago. 'filled with a cloud of explosive vapor
t. sodnceitsbooks evidence.? The Judicial Court of Massachusetts, by moment, then sang clearly and softly The profits of herding were great, and arising from the oil in the lamp,, When

!;; ation'.can' act only through its which the judgment was at1 rmffi. The tie ballad, with its refrain, of "}are- there was a rapid increase until droughtan she pushes the nozzle of the can into
;r :The that the books Chief Justice Morton, in the opinion, winter caused
suggestion well Sweet Land." Accompanying subsequent severe the lamp at the top, and begins to pour,
a fit 1l the legal of said : 'The bankrupt law of the thousands of head from .
custody the the loss of starvation
corponvof her came the low, sweet wail of littleElfin's the oil, running into the lamp, fills theempty
{ stitit :not' its officers United States does not prohibit a creditor It Is '
may be v inlin There was silence in that exposure. probable space and pushes the cloud of
fi f< 111 'correct If technically whose debt has not been proved great house at the close, then a shout that Colorado will not in many years explosive vapor up ; the vapor is ob-
.' .bI. at is --an objection to from bringing an action against the have head of cattle it had
compelling went up that shook the mighty pillars. as many as iged to pour out over the edges of the

i ttMBoento produce,them, for as Lord bankrupt; it only prevents him from .\ whisper lieingbeanl that Pareiw Rosa before this disastrous experience. lamp, at the top, Into the room outside ;

r' i!'}: .kelaorough said, fax Annry 's. Long, prosecuting his suit to final judgmentuntil meant to educate the boy musically, the A fruit-grower in West em Xew York of course it strikes against the 'blazing

iP :. 1.. Although a paper should the bankrupt has had an opportunity generous hearts of a few had opl'nt'll : sold the plant season $:(100 worth of wick which the girl Ls holding down by

||||:|pto. legal custody of one man, yet ifl1 to obtain his discharge. the gales of fortune for little Elfin. I i' quinces from an orchard of 10,000 trees one side. The blaze of the wick sets the

001*as a witness to produce it is INSOLVENT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY To-day he is great and famous: and they I 1 which have been baring three yeurs. invisible cloud of vapor on ,fire, and
!||||3W on another who has the tot -CLAIM OF ACKNT ()X IYND.A .-- here is
means call him to play before Princes. s Every year hereafter the sales will, orI an explosion ,which ignites .the
; ou) it, bound to do so.? general agent: of a life insurance company should, largely increase &. far the oil and scatters it over her clothes and
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; . -tcTIrE: LARCENY BAIL- which had become insolvent and The new tdwu of Naples, in Idaho, on : only manure used has: been a mixture over the furniture of the room. Thisis

ci 'I''TEfiTIO'.ti' TO STEAL. -A been placed in the hands of a Receiver, the Oregon :Short Line 1'ailroad. main- of salt and ashes. The orchard is kept the way iu which' a kerosene 'Limpbunts.

'iml B, from whom he had made claimed that he should e allowed damages LUllS a jail which is at once cheap and cleanly cultivated, and the trees are The same thing may happen

"- .q" ;lt; .-_" ,"a$ gold piece, from whichtakethe out of the fund in the Receiver's xecure. It is nothing mo)e nor less I too large to grow other crops among when a girl pours the oil over fire in

'!.#W.!'':;_,w price.' B could not hands for the breach of the contract than a deep hole in the ground, into' th eDl.I. the range or stove, if there is a cloud of

)} -mange,.and gave the coin to with him by the company. The trial which prisoners are' dropped with the :I 1 I. The greater part of the water found explosive vapor in the upper part of the

..for smaller money. C took Court decided against him, and he carried grin waniin that the guards will puta in plants, and the earthy or mineral ingredients can, or if the stove 'is hot enough 'to

l,.!f : =',. ',:never returned, and he the case-the People vs. Globe bullet through every head which appears : including the nitrates, enter vaporize quickly some. of the oil 'as it

":\_;cted and convicted .0 r larceny.! Mutual Life Insurance Compan)'-to above the edge the plants by means of the roots. Prob- falls. Remember, it is not the oil, but

.: t t uphyrs.: The ..Peoplei'b7.thetefendant -- the Court of Appeals of New York, by .1 I ably gaseous matter'may also be absorbed the invisible vapor, that explodes. Tak-

:,z1: ,_to .the: which 'the judgment was affirmed. For the.illumination of balloons M.Mangin I: by the."roots. Absorption of ing care of the oil will not protect_ you

iit-: ;:,-, of Illinois, by which the Judge Finch, in the opinion, said: : uses an incandescent electric :. fluids by tbe; roots is' due to diffusion, There no safety except in this rule : .

!!7 l !. Schot *.There was no breach of the contract light, surrounded>y water ,containedin !:;iby virtue'of'which'' liquids of different Never pour oil on a lighted fire, or intoa "
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1" :'.....,... .".., .-:.S'--.J1. ,....'at18s. !$-': :;.".. c- !i j .11 _r. ;'f'. .. lowing-named settler has filed '
'f. f .;: .,,11 -_- .f. r.i':;"' V'-I; -{. H... J". -. .. .... < N .t, Intention to make final proof II '
:.f ::5".pj,1tt i;' .". ". ., [1""iiinV' ,' ,0 '" -1 -I' ...,., '" port of his claim and that said'P..t
[ 4 .> :th bed 1' .. rncH 'ZBWO .. WBCEREPAT be made before A. A. Stewart;(
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,..y ..... "" .. ... 'eN4M.uidlsit ..W.gsMrafsirsrwwit+ J41p"acs May K.::
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:'" !as :Yllr.Ke d Off tlnt':W, for : ....M_ ""\M. I4tP.. r'"'Co.Val.t...rma"'DO,. THE. Homestead Entry No.8000 forth**' _,

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4- .....t _io be .t"4 mtitT, quail'h'4ood RS township 21 south, range 33 t
: .suit t1t be of. immeaae AnomnoE umjuurrwaitiMUB- names following

waHtt i1..lipotiuoe: .ih ie fntedor, 'oflrloii H".IH. .E.'RJI"A17.....,.UMM arrant OMMTiM win pmttirdy prove his continuous residence npeww t
** cultivation of said
,. en> ffrt *f 1Mb IatJnaad-* win MY. land, via:
I,.#' 'rest < Mtftw by ...... Uaat dilay aaoe&L -i,
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lff.'I., : it>iaiillrefared _the spot.The'ta JOH.aoN'/ANODYNE'IMIMCTMT C r, t ffs Rose, all Titusville.. Fla. "
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Register '
It QImdc a eeo> ,caoNnoWMo....L TTOobk.nlwwals Land o.. '
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:. APM.I j : d pOd'.onDge NOTICE. ':1tJ.1
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JlI > Y iw3 tro..Aar e.t.oet dtAe .:,,
CIOpr- with / lr w.. '.,/Diaal"-'DCiof a & cauM re nder soil In tAie MAKE HENS LAY Land Office, Gall1e8vilJe.'FJLlor: ,

' eott4n + eauae.intxese- ,.... .. thtt/SlMilduf 00 .. ... April 19, 1883: pt- .
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f: ed atientkm! to be attracted to. this line, .. __ Y: _lib S kah Coadttfa ?ONer. 1>e.i. OM txnyocnftil! to-=It pint. lowing-named settler has tiled node .
.H.. Said .r ..Mia..<>7 mail 5z21....In lump L .. JO MM> *Co;.fionox.HAM. rf. .
,.iodbealtkl.nNioo.xiec... ... his intention to make final proof In_....-
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; 4LAx oUar CARPETS MATTING OIL CLOTH be made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk df,; :
.. The Oldest and Most Reliable Place of court at Titusville Fla.;on L :iscult ;
June 2, 1883 via: Andrew* J. Carter "'
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,>STHKI ,MAIIONate !' Window Shades, Dry Goods, LaGrange Fla., Homestead Eutrr il ...
.... BUSINESS 9.987fortheNeofS W
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eoesia tsonv ttitaDeBaT Line. section 32, township 20 south :'

,- ,, '.l.ftP.. -,,.,..... .. KOHN EITECHGOTT & BENEDICTJACKSONVILLE 35: east. ''J'Dfr. .; ", "
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He names the following wltnetictlprove ..,
; Leavlor tfeniord lAdjBIOUdSj'6"and on Indian River, Dealing in \-tf;
his continuous
TWt residence
e 'Vfr upon *.!>;
Tbutstla,*. cultivation of said land \V11h'JI.ltf..;
.. .ce'.::rvLeaving FLA. A. J. Pace. Rufus Herndon and Rlcba
Bockledfe Tuesdays ft Fridays.Im 1tr;
I Merchandise Herndon,all LaGrange Fla "-
General ::
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'order'.to' aTotaatuppotetaiOTt; to shippers.a Special attention paid to Orders and Correspondence concerning V 52 L. A- BArn s,;: %J'fi.

r: Goods. ,Register United States Land Offlee, *** ; ,
:mJr !Jji-''ba: BocUedge (Wilkin- ".
None but'tfricf/y fir to'ltllA goo 1s are NOTICE. r
1O _wharf):YeadattrdadFl"daya' eLand '
'4 Joe. fll'SmUluJ pUlo,H.."P. Wilkln- Great Inducements are offered to Dealers, Office at Gainesville Fla.. ,t, ,:: :
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bought and s old at this Stand. NOTICE Is hf'rebyglyen that the follow,i- ;.
Hotel and Hoxisekeepers. In named settler has tiled notice ofbIa'i '

,,. 'tWEtT. NOME intention to make final proof in tnpportH ?
We keep everything imaginable in the line of goods mentioned above. of his claim aud that said proof will, bet .
4s made before A. A. Stewart Clerk circak J
: .Ei=@ I rIn ordering describe your wants, limit cost of goods and you will receive o court atTitnsville, Fla., on Tuesday v r, \

. what order.Orange 8th 1883. viz: Samuel J. Front or RoIl:fledge .{4-a.
t Hay"ssws st, .sweet- ...... you Fin for Hd.jNO..l1.3M.: the X&2: .
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c.- $_ Remember A Dollar will E i SectloI126'rownshlp2t South,Haur*. .'
.: e At Last. \V ALTONVHANN & CO., buy exactly 3C East. -

.John'Howard Payne,author of the lm He names the following witnesses to' t.f..

Bpctal- Sweet. Home," was a PLOW prove his continuous residence upon and',* ?
'wanderer without a home,who often bad $1.00 worth.Established cultivation of said land viz: James&!.:' :
not a roof over his bead .and who died Carter Aaron Cleveland of Buckled ;
; far away from native land and friends. and Samuel Fields, John Fields of Cltyl$
_. His remains have been transported from Tree and Vegetable Manure.PREPARED In IS.,3. Point. Florida. -$ :

Tunis to OakHUI Cemetery,Washington 49 w5 L. A. BAn ES. Register., ..
'. D. C.;when they will rest until the last
;r trumpet bids him' rise'to: 't tot Home. EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable growers of NOTICE ;
of Sweet Home, where. homeless .ones shall Florida. It will produce a heavy but sound and healthy growth on growing trees, Address orders to U. S. Laud Office at Gainesville.1 ; .'.
rest forever..- and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit. April 23,1883./ "
IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a,, luxuriant growth and in the ;
Insici1 H COMPLAINT been entered _
u Are lam Homfl having at 'It
latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity. The Headquarters Store, this office by Frank oyster against John* j
Yes our hornet can:be 'made *
and the happier IT IS SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED FOR P INE-.IP P LES. Ellerberger for abandoning his HOUMS'
sweeter through refining Influences
stead entry No. 5185.dated april 26,1877.' 3:
of muslo.' Put in the Piano or the Titiuville, Fla. upon the lots 3. 6, 5, and 7, Section 2TT,
Organprovide the latest Music gather Township 31 south Range East lit
in the ebll.dteG"aad the neighbors and Brevard Florida with view to ,I'f
Wilmington Del.
'make the old home
ring with sweet and 50Cts My! 50 Cts Only! 50 Cts Only! the cancellation of said entry: the said,' t,..
inspiring melody.
: r .. Ask Captain McLean of the sloop "Agnei1 to bring you a tact of the parties are hereby summoned to appear:*, :i
Where. to get the Piano ,or Organ. Elegant Pew and Pocket Bible at this Office on the 14th day of June 1883; W

Send to'us,of coarse:;' No other'.House at 3 o'clock p. m., to respond and furnish f
North or South ean give 'you such bar PLOW BRAND. 50 Cents Only I testimony concerning said alleged' aban ':

gains. We lead all.' Ten Grand.Makers This w by far the handsomest'! and best don went. :; <
and over 300 styles to select from. Low. JNO. ANDERSON, of Ormoiid. Agent for East and South Florida.COLLINS&C0. L. A.Bau ES. Rt t8ter. ;

, est Rock Bottom Prices... ,Easiest terms Bible for the money ever made. It contains 1 w5 JOI1 F lloLLL'i.ltecelver. 1 '
l for payment.Maker's names on all instru- _.. ''I P
i ments.'JCo stencil NOTICE \/.:.
or cheap Instrumentssold. HARTFORDEstablished .,
both the Old and New
.Oolr,house lu America selling Pianos Testament: Six months after date I will present to |
,t and Organs on the one price plan. his Honor J. A. McCrory. Judge of the *"|
E :' Uniform cestoall.Purchasers supplied .1826.MANUFACTURERS translated out of the original tongues county court of Brevard county. Fla.. my. .0 -.,|

direct. Every man hla.owes vgeut. final accounts and vouchers as Executor 1
with all the former translations diligently of the Estate of Samuel Moore late or. *
YIAN'OS-300,125 9250. 9300. said county deceased and ask for a final *. i
ORGANS 922930; 850$73. 9100. compared and revised. discharge as such Executor. _"' :

Sent on 15 days'teat trial' No money PiliNEas D. WESSON, Executor

required until satisfaction u given. Six ..-i::. It has a beautiful cloth cover, handsomely March 29. 1883. ((4S.6m .....:. ...n;!
months exchange privilege. Six years A......\.'.:..'"...... 1- '--- \.!
guarantee. Every inducement that <. lettered in NOTICE. )a /
can '.J ._. gold on side and also .
honestly be extended; send for latest Illustrated 'y_-.1.. U. S. Land Office, Gainesville Fhu \ .'" ',',:j

Catalogues special offers, Price .' on back, red edges and printed in clear March 21. 1883.; .
lists and full Information.Wean suit you Complaint having been entered thli. ;
and we will If we get.half a chance. type containing altogether one thousand Office by D. Chalmers Erine against Edwin ..\
'r.1'rost for abandoning his home' Y
SMALL MUSICAL- INSTR UMENTS ___ one hundred and thirty four pages. stead entry number 5.213. dated May 7th q ":
Violins' Martia Guitars, Accordeons 1877. upon the lots 3 andt Section 33 and :
lilchter Harmonicas, Concertinas, Flutes Bibles no better are sold for twice aud lots 3 and 7, Section Township 31 S., 't>
Fifes Clarionets Drums Dobson banjos Range 39 E.. in Urevurd county Floridtu a
Tarn bo rines, Orgaulnas.Immerse'stock. with a view to the
cancellation of said .f:
,Direct importation..Lowest.prices; send Axes Hatchets OPPicks I, even three times the money we ask for I entry: the said parties are hereby summoned ... .. '
for Retail .
Catalogues. to
this little appear at this Office on the mil'day .
gem. .... ..
PAGANINIITALIANSTRINGS. of May 1883. at 10 o'clock a ui. to- -;
Handsomest and best in the wide wort d. AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY ".1 handnomegift Sunday-School leach- 'respond and furnish testimony concerning <,:
Our special brand sold for ten years past said alleged abandonment. '
Used by the best violinists. Price '25 eta TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS. era and scholars and one sure to be prized" L. Av BaRNKS. Uegister. j

each. 85 cU per set for Violin, 91 25 for Ecangdut. 49 4w JOHN F. liOLLLNS. Rec \'er. "'! '

Guitar. ._ Also, FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS ':'. ,',
SHEET MUSIC. .Immense stock'Every "The wormer is, hmo anything m beautiful NOTICE. ,
Of all sizes and prices from $5 to $39. Also, Plowing Machines. ?. S. Land Office at Gainesville. u.
,thing published. Everything published Fln.\
can begot no .
Over 300,000,piecea on our;shelves.Price Farmers will receive valuable Information, catalogues, Ac., up March 27. 1883./
reduced. Music Books In endless variety. by writing to the makers, you want a Bible now i is the time to Complaint having been entered at this

Thousands Catalogues of' teachers. supplied.. COLLINS & CO.. 212 Water St.. New York. send for it. One copy of the "greatest: of Office Thomas Hudson J.for DeStnben abandoning against hU

:BANDINSTR UMENT& Brass and Sil all books" sent postpaid to any addresson liomestoad entry number 5212. dated
ver, German, French and American. R o- PURGATIVE May 7th. 1877, upon the Jots 1 and 2.Sec
ary Valves Light Piston Genuine Cour- receipt of 50 cents Only. Address, lion 1.-32 S. and lot & Section 30.Township ,

E *ois. Bands supplied with full sets. All PARSONS ILLS UNITED STATES. PUELJSIHXG Co., 31 S. lunge? E., In Brevard count .
meet send for catalogues. tv lorida with a view to cancellation
HOME SWEET HOME. Our new popular 49 North Ninth Street, of said entry: the said parties are hereby"

Home Magazine, Monthly. 50 cents .ad.ineo.pLuy.A.a *ti.kl"tbn_.adaa. ABTP* <>B who will take ONE PILL 22 tsmnnioned to appear at this office on the
EACH NIGHT FROM ONE TO TWELVE 1 6YCa.! &*.a rMtardl i u tx> 22il of
per year;illustrated. Cheapest magazine Fat.....ilU Dan.o.o1.Phne......."....ta thjij pncue*. Sol4.f.r)wti .. .----- -- day May 1883. at 3 o'clock P..01.,
in existence;specimen copy fret Premium or MBtbr mail far MMBUU tump*. Said for PNDpbtl&. L L JOJUiSON SCO&8oetoalraee -- tt> respond and furnish testimony concerning -

Album containing over 94.00 worth Valuable Property said alleged abandonment. ....

of music given each subscriber.. For Sale L. A. BaRNES, Register.
Every Mutual Want Supplied at 49w4 JOHN F. ROLLINS, Receiver,

Men & Bates' The Florida Star Thirty acres of land in the City Point
Strata Music House, Printing Office. Hammock. Splendid new galvanized

SAVANNAH, GA. Wire Fence around twelve acres. Five ISO'S CJRE FOR .'
The Great Wholesale Piano Jc. data rstu Au. tut nits, .
Organ" DepotojtMSouIA' Hundred young and healthy Orange trees IIwtatlms s.etemansr BoldD np T.ewnood.druaYlta.r <",

e Forty bearing trees. Beautiful COINS j MPTtOrsj ,';,

FOR SADE" ALL KINDS OF Front. Six acres as fine cane and banana I ",

hind as there is in the state. '
Adjoiningthe "THal..aT IS
A flat-bottomed boat, sloop-rigged. CHCAPIST.
land of the Hon. Wm. H. :
Twenty-three feet long, with a comfortable flS.THBBHEBSgB.' !
1ERCHAKTILE: :PRINTING Here i.'ia good opportunity for any one cabin, and new 'sails. Good breadthof l Yatordtoll. cNaosl
desiring to make a good investment .
beam insuring good carrying capacity, as ii'duwauoTD.aalta.o3TUloaCu.7fweLLLt; -- .
the place must be sold. Titles
.Boat is perfectly tight and sails well- perfect. NO PATENT NO
: Parties intending to purchase make RAY.
Also a good mule of small size that will ;
Obtained for Mechanical doT .
enquiries of Dr. G. W. Holmes PATENTS
work Furnished at Short Notice. or Hon1v' t'ompoanOa
I anywhere. For further particularsaddress ana All
la exTminotroM
H. Sharpe. For terms and further ? pr.lIminary
'R, STAR OFFICE, &It to patentability of Inventions, free. Our
1 r.,ea...alQIIAltteorQa'1I68TROSEWOODrLTOIOgTE particulars address. P. Perham Quitman "Guide tor obtaining Patents" is sent free
47 2m : Fin.w cverywhere. .
Titusville, \ddre-LOCISIUGGER.tCO.
with SUJOJ Book Md Vuic.MtS Ga. or R. C. Perham City Point Fla. Solicitors ot Patents
0 or aa Snb-BM and Oda-coapler. OB LAJU
Chapel Organs..PlpeertiaoMt. OTIIIII-.a WKI.&...fanydetcrued or confer with Captain ''Pete, Wright of
!!VAr.YBlmtt, 1D IDnrtas.d .Uch U cot Fags wtU toll parUcs1&n.
-. L; s.ntabe.a VISITORSARE Y 3 O MG.... the fast sailing sloop ")!i. (" who will TEltHASW( 100

J.C.MccuDT&Co..0,.CIIaIma SI..fDUedtipAia,ra.. A/Mtl ..,... e YLWA W'ELwCM I I ,; carry parties to see the,property. }A .
II.. .,.. .J.Co Mt iaDYdt OD.PO.MSdphhPLre :

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'f"f t.. .", '.. =D8IC..; i ijrkf f." I. when it was the fashion say them." In hallowed ground}arid portion'of this I shall stay here and Watch" So saying, oljt, singular, for 'it, was ..wellknownthat ,'
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".......;... Y.''"...j _._._'..-f-l-'pet..l-t-A.sore d utressed, .....', I..I ?ji. et.a:; toliel>eeni sudden paTe ent,beneath the.ouU1em wall of she pushed her true knight without ,.there 'was; a deal.of rich.plate and
," 'i'.....,', --J"-""'.,,_; .1-'"" I and..:rather strange one,"said' theo the church/!and'lneid Uie boildmg' had further ceremony. 'through the door jewelry ,iu the chateau, and that the
".""',:-1/:;,':'r,'':".' J.'.-.-,",'\:_' f!' t a woman who had.''first spoken. beeor"'rafced.$b allow_ '.of/thebody being" 'which she hadopened." :,, it< coon t,before l pus arrest t and removal to

:k "ObTittle bird UbUU I *'.Y es,!'.replied the elder woman; "it placed beneath iU -The' family vault of On went_Pierre,:'his teeth chattering .the,prison. at Toulon. ,had. collected .a
.r..rf s."","'-.Joy''WOUId''Y': ,i iad..uTthou could heed my the foot-path-tlmmp the field opposite 'int large town ; but, as the troublous' moonlight as It siole through the long, the trying with his wife"to make-
'_'' sffi '? ouT:cottage.!" times forbade the countess remains narrow-windows of th'e old house, playing -' their escape'from France ,

:titJ.fFrtt"'J. ; At.w.1w: "They say she,fell down ,in a fit as being transported thither, her servant strangevuncanny games:with himas It ,was some few months. after,' the-
: '! "" "'. '. .she was' standing' before 'her'dressing- and foster sister and companion,.Fifine he went. :Now a dark, gigantic figure events just narrated'I that the' good
'<"J:_{i..... 1IOW.the rising snn has flaHed, ;,lis table arranging" her hair,' and never de Fouvierehad chosen the i interior of i seemed lurking in yonder corner, folks of Terreville 'began to 'be: disturbed -
j,!; .< ,: '" y'i more .spoke, terward," said the other:. old., Verreville church as their resting-place: I now a pale hand beckoned to him in a by !stories which'weJ floating:

J.;'. 'tpUboa the'wilt sou, skies. ,with pinions' < dame, pouring out her information'rap As no religious rites ere used, moonbeam, now the shadows formed about in the town concerning:. the-
upper '
.-.. .t f o 1AM t" i"LL"t., idly, as though she feared Babetta might the civil authorities of the little town themselves into a long black processiOnwhich church, being. :haunted: .It ,Was said

: '' *i'WJi;Lad./' 'tsoa oh fainting heart. be beforehand with hers. ; had made no objection:to this arrange- came to meet him.. With care- that people who. had 'passed the old'
.t\-' .: fta&shr1nk'd when i winch upstart" "That is often'the-way these aristocrats ments.. fully held breath, and feet that scarce building: at midnight had seen a mysterious -

_ MAa& part!rtdoaldstoatlyhear Dot Teat is sorrows: ,bitter. night; .go out of the world, if they, are "Maurice' will do all the rest," said dared tread, he passed near the corridor light gleaming. through:,tlW-
" ":i -R laYfupessage ID tbtne ear,,die a natural ,"-,exclaimed lime, when the collin had been lowered where he knew, from Babette, that the windows ; Lug hitherto, those who told
-: ;1 i... "ly 'Walt until. the morning light Babette,dipping her hand into the fountain into the place prepared for it, turning to sen-ants' rooms lay; but to his joy and the tale bad none of them had the cour-

,y.f.':"'i,1L.r.J,<<,! will surely come; .. and tossing some drops of water the two men who had been helping themin relief he heard no sound there. The age tot 'further info' the matter
'f.b i, .the shades of gloom about contemptously as if they were their mournful work.- -''I should like family portraits as he passed them in ,The old churchj was. now comptetely-

" -3f t LDwsoltiihtarsfdingfrstaway.1II\d..moment more .". r,_ drops of aristocrat blood.<< **They eat .I my poor mistress' own faithful servantto the.long gallery, came to life,:now ,and, deserted;, religious ,s tykes: bad,, it is.
CR' t;.!' ,%*L free.thy soul shall soar. and drink and sleep so much that their perform the.cerylast offices for her;" then, in a my cf moonshine and glaredat -begunagainto; :be publicly/per; -
: N'._ endless day. I
'\.."",,'"'' ,,-:r! -.le.. h....1 .-. -. .. ,' brains and bodies get dull and heavy, It is strange that Fifine, de Fouv- : him ; the wind whispered something formed in the, land* but in Verfeville-

1 1c 7. ape'Secretof the Chateau.*. and they just fall down and die for very. riere's grief at her mistress. loss is not I mysterious and startling to him through they were at this. :period carried,on. in ,a.
I -A. :..- weariness of life." more evidet in outward signs," :said 1 every keyhole ; the rows of chairs in pretty new chapel which ;had' jeen.
. .t. f: in -tb}' das "of the' FrefibhI "I wonder what is to become of all the elder of tho his companion, : the rooms looked as if they were waiting nearly built"before' the,troublous"clays-
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e fit"":. !.. = -bQDhj' ,.tW*,*,_****ttieiredgnrof the the; rich plate and jewels that belong to as they withdrew from the church in I for a party .of ghosts. But the began, 'and lately' finished!* Tips' the-

- ;'t"'t.::; j, =. !of,. "r Liberty= .-."..hail, closed- all, the the, family. said. Hose, the eldest of obedience- to the girl's words. I. had worst of all was that, carefully as he I! old church- had become 'place. "welL
:;\: diurebes- and_ stopped( 0" everyoutward the women.' expected see her drowned in tears." had been schooled beforehand by Bab I fitted for ghosts Infrequent! :
two: ,.j; 'tehgioad'foim,' and-whenthe Reign of < "Oh, M. !he Mayor will soon find out There must have been some coolness ette as to the whereabouts of all the We must mention here that the,Count

Jf l _: was at its height in the land.J that," cried>ette. "IIe will !*< in I between them before the lady 'died. It valuables in the chateau, he got nothingfor Florion.had' escaped, tiu:dome way'

jf',,: j, l'; IfceTfittk* town,.- *, .y erte\J.. :11.P, in..therioeClttof the chateau, depend upon It. by tomorrow is always so, sooner "or later, when we his pains. lIe ransacked the pantry, that had never been explained, from his
ftlf .France, lay all'i wrapped- .in' ,a iuonihu; .or before, and h 'n'lock sons and daughters of the people form which he had expected to find full of prison,Tpulon,.the very day,_after. his.
and make of close bonds of intimacy and affection )Vife's,funeraI, aril llatt made.luajhomev.;
of evejung sunshtnethat wrought jntoerything, good use plate, but found nothing better than a
x. 4>' glory ,- it too He's that know what with an aristocrat said the it waS said, since As.
; :nffeB&gic among"the'dingy liouses and a man youngerman pewter spoon. sought hither and
jfc tfe drowsyLstreets and alleys. Now he's :ll.nut", and who has no false line ', who was none other than Babette's thither in the dead countess' apart- for Fifine and. Maurice,they had married
l'itptoyed golden jokes with the fountain feeling about the aristocrats Very lover, Pierre, and who,as in duty bound, ments for the casket of diamonds, but soon after their utistresstdeath)

J; that danced in a broken bagirr tn'the likely Iie'll distribute some of ti:e plunder held the same lied Republican opinionsas it had vanished 'like gems seen in a living, .Qu..a'litHe-' fir'iehthey ':"
:iitUaBquare elothedvith. a new, of the chateau: among us poor folk." his future most emphatically better dream. He discovered the strong iron .had .taken near*',thq'tovc ,,andwhich
'ft' f wooderousT> picturesque' cliarni theIfrtJeQfjonaerold'decayhig .'Pi line looks grave and sad enoughas half ; though, if truth must be: told, he box where the count usually kept his ,they cultivated, with,,era'and.

'k mansion ; she walks 'by her dead mistress's was often in a very hazy state about money in large sums, for iu those days it success.But to'the. mysterious'lightin "if .. ,

Fep. \pffljffitr glided:into -small: gloomy back body," remarked the other _elder 1 them, even when he expressed them the was not so easy to send to bank for sup- the old church. 'the&i rght'Babette

: .ooarl,and turned'it into a fairy's grotto woman.', 1 loudest. plies ; but though the box was there it and Pierre who were .stfll'ph"ghtext
k'bJ:changing'ever&pa: e pf. class_ i in"' heI ,.>* No .wonder, poor girl'.' answered. "Well, I don't know:" rejoined the was open and had not a sou in it. lovers, though, the extreme-contemPt; ot :

.z-JiuJ',,:windows round It into a Eying 1 I nose;.-"they.were brought up' together, old man ihougtfitlly. "I can't say It was terrible to have to return. the maiden for her adorer had hitherto
:%-E : and loved each; other more like sisters what may be the cause of it. but that empty-handed to his liege lady, who I ,
'4 prevented the final-knotbeing tied ,
3.* : Uptheprincipaf streets' of'the town ; than like mistress and senant." girl's face and manner puzzle me more would be certain to lay the whole blame ,
: were coming back from a friend's hu use,
'ry ouns'ltmberlng-R l cart- "bearing a 'sad ; "But for all her sad'looks ''I would than the change of the wind." forthe failure of their enterprise on his
j< where. '
had the
they ,spent ; evening..
',tardei.nlt ,wa&/V coffin, ,over' which i wager ,my silver earrings against your And the face of Fume de :Fouvriere shoulders, and to make it no light :-
. When ,they :reached'thqold; church,.
t: J, :waa'."spread 'a '.coarse, ,< shabby black I cat's necklace, Hose, that she is think- certainly was a face that any nun might burden too ; still such a fate was better both. of them perceived tbatthere was,.
ifT' ..;jaaafle'by way)f pallAl; each.of" 1: ing more of her lover Maurice than of have found it difficult to read the mean- than risking meeting the ghosts any most, certainly" 'light shining. "through

5.. % _the.'heavT.eartrhorse, which drew the' the dead. It's a beautiful arrangementfor ing of as she stood ,there by tie grave. longer. With flying steps he sped along its windows. PiemCs, Inuaiediate; impulse -
JiTiVivU ", r I her in faith to have him for. her She' the corridor which he had to traverse "
tlark robed tigure-a was a remarkably pretty ,
ff.. ,sjtducle'Balked a was sudden fligh i but Babette, .
companion iu a business like this. Ah I whose fe.ttureswt're all before he reached the narrow staircaseat ? .
ioan an3 Slowly the little generally, spark-
>4woman still, tnie to her colortas: a. hilgsoyhic4?
' : ;|fm plpartyad\-anced over the rough sire s a sly one, for,all her demure ways, ling with animated thought and feeling the bottom, of{,which :was the door free thinker, decltiiedhe? intention of
\! *"" nt'that made the wheels" the and her smooth face, that"seems to have which went flashing iu swift, brilliantplay where Babette waited for him. But why '
lJ ,a!!! clearing up..once.Jot all the' mystery*
no more in it than an empty milk paiL" from the was it that before he had passed half
, dark to the rosebudmo
J ,-*.t;;jolt noisily/and. with no :reverent, eyes She made .thei trembling,,Pierre wait
Babette made a little expressive wink, sth. But the whole face through the which was lit :by5e.eml
.;... :SBood:of woe. Slowly on the, timetltrotttgh today was passage close by;and then boldly advanced 'herf
!' ,6. the 1irer!of sunlight; and as which might imply more or less accord- stamped with'one fixed, settled expression window through which the self toward one of the'church Windows,
ing to the fancy of her companions as wick be in moonbeams fell h3. used with a start .
,t,' ,$ f .l TR fjftnJt,1'1 two or three,women- ,loitering -' might interpreted its. pi and looked in: '. ,
). :> u 'with their'pitchers near the foun-< she spoke these last words. gravity and intensity to mean sor- and a shiver'? s As Babette gazed at the.sight:which '

. .. ftabjiwitched,them. !with: eyes which "They will marry very soon now I row, or anxiety, or deep, troubled A little way fartJjr on, in front of met her view'it-was'so strange and utterly -
:.ka4.a t loaebj!9 S9l1Q\i in them, ,rand should think," said old Rose, taking up thought. Looking at that fair face was, him, it seemed to mm ,that J he saw a unaccounatble that she rubbed her
: vmtde their comments, as: they gazed, in her pitcher, which had been long brim today, like listening to a :tory told emphatically fi JnA desperate hope that this eyes, thinking she.must be: under some

f riltlwl M.. h"II! "J1 'I .. .. ming over patiently at. her side. and eloquently in some musical shape would melt into nothing, like all optical. illusion; 'but when she looked.
;: x"Ah,' poor' young lady !"Y said the' "Ob, I won't say that it, will: ever foreign language that we do not the other apparitions which had hitherto again it was all still .there. What she

oldest: el tb group.;_ -".;1 e's"the last of i come to a marriage, after all," exclaimed understand. haunted him to-night ;a feeling tliat, saw was, shortly; this,'and;'itVas. little

t; t,thews:.J_eLi'very' last. I_ recollect the J Babette, with such a toss this "Maurice' ," said the girl, sharply, to at any cost, he must pass it to reach his wonder that,.she .was_' .bewildered! ;:Kith
1 \+ c'i g'bonie of her_ mother, Madame time that the folds of the red handkerchief her companion, as soon as tbey: were left longed-for goal, the outside of the house wildest astonishment : She'beheld the
;": v i OBttt&e,abride, and all:tlic.tramJrfickejs got loose and fluttered in the alone, "where are your brains gone? -these 'things prompted the luckless countess* grave 'open, :and'at' the'side,

. ii'goldlace,'and,prancing, breeze. "Does' he look like a bridegroom Who ever saw any one at a funeral Pierre to hasten onward once more. of. it stood Fifine,. the ''farmer's .wife,,
l rf.tkettx gray horses and the cheering as' he strides along there, with with a face like yours? You'll haveset But when be drew nearer to the form it with a great glittering 'm sS'of something .
' *i ttte: crowd is.she threw silver pieces just the same grin as usual on his broad the whole town talking. I don't was still there, visible in terrible reality which looked like"a'heap of gold
I iBoag:them !like rain in Autumn. face; be can't get rid of it even at a know that shall ever forgive you.: in a patch of 'moonlight. A few steps and silver and jewels'lying at'her 'feet..

l t:+iJBdiww to Think that this 'should bet funeral), the blockhead ? Does he look "But ma e/ummoite," began Maurice, further, and Pierre threw his arms Babette's rationalistic principle forsook

tf%;fcrneral1 her'daughter! I have I like a bridegroom' that any sensible girl whose countenance still certainly did notseem above his head with a lew cry ; there, her most treacherously .and. ,melted
. | taiB ataaqge changes in the nd sauce IwSjwr ; would glean old tin,kettle for?" to correspond to his solemn task. not many paces from him, stood a female away like mqndng'mist,;the" notion:

i:' 'fu< age,.Babette, my;-child." 1 Well, it's strangest of all that they ,"Maurice,"' interrupted Fifine. 'have figure, which exactly resembledthe suddenly flashed' across her that 'Firtne-
Plih> headand, the red. should bury her in this way, if, as you done with your pretty words and dead Comtesse de Florion! whose was a. witch, and'she-sank insensible to-

Ji. : 4,..|..WBrchief' upon{it;,a' little disdain- i say, there's money and riches of all speeches; there is a time for them, I dare funeral he had seen go by but a few the ground.. IJjerre"S'oYeta.= stronger
."'Ii R t.'Ui:her'modem ''lights showedi1at'thingavrhichweremoreworthy sorts left in the chateau still," said the say, but it's certainly not now. Youjust hours ago. than Pierre's fear;having beard Ba,ette-

of youuger.of the two old.women.. mind what you arc about,and don't make How he passed: the phantom Pierre try out as she fainted, he came to her-'

i ,\than '!anything, which the old "Ah }{"'Ue .Fifine- and, ,<,M. Maurice such a fool of yourself again." could never afterwards tell. The next help though she/was. lying hi the very
: "'f :WOa'l inemory' could call up out of know more abotit that matter, I suspect, It was the night ,after the young thing which he could remember, whenin gleam of the mysterious. light When
'g \ .. .t ).ti A than one else;" rejoined Babette future he the she herself in
.::- any countess' funeral ; a full, round, silver days thought over came the house whitherhe
( What good ,,-ere-they 'in the laud with a wink, yet more saturated with moon was looking down upon the old matter, was,standing in the cool nightair bad borne her ,Babette was so far

,t' ...,. X aristocrats?" shexiried. ''They'1i' meaning, than the last. "They are Florion chateau, which stood on a rising and the moonlight, blubbering in a touched by his devotion that she promised -,
I ;.gn; "d iw bore use than' the statues master and mistress at the chateau now ground at about a mile from Verreville. most hearty and open fashion, with Ba to become his wife the, next morn-

r *:.. tM.-M:,e af tbe.pld chateau, where that the count is in prison and the The house was sunk in deep repose bette pouring upon him from her fair ing, and kept her word. On the very-
, ., e rwr'I01ks1canauder now with our countess is dead ; and they are makingthe ; it had few inmates now, only I the lips what was not exactly a shower of morning after Babette's vision Fifine '
f ':ot sweethearts at our will." most of their time, as the birds do servants, among whom where Feline roses, such as'should meet a returninghero. and Maurice disappeared from their

.1" t.the young countess was of a I ill the vineyard before the vintage and Maurice, the old steward's son who She rejected with scorn, like the farm in a sudden and mysterious man-
i ,* (gent"pattern from those 'who went begins.*' had lately come home to help his aged advanced freethinker that she was, his

f f o hert ';.here-put in a third woman. After that the group round the foun- father in his oflicc. story about the countess' ghost, and ner.Not,: until, many. years' after, when
r 1': f 'mY'busband'lay sick with the tain broke"up, and the women dispersedin In the shadow of the wall two figures called the whole thing the produce of his political changes iu France allowed of .

;T7-,,;- "::i>i.; <.t .- IUA&Jr@verybodv fled from, flours different directions.. As she went stood whij i erui2 together. "This is the coward's fancy. the return of the Fiorfon family to their

'''\at+ 0"ona aqcount.>of' infection, she Baltettehad her own special train of door which the key will open," said a Next morning the Mayor of Verre native land, was the whole strange-
*t ) i .:f aIDe to visit .us,and stood by his bed thought, into which she l'robaLl'rouM' woman's voice. "I have Kept it ever ville made a legal inspection of the story with regard ,to them 'and their

: q .ellen trod felt his pulse better than theI4 pot exactly have liked any \If her friends since I was in service here; they thoughtit chateau, to secure for the Government, servants Maurice' and Fifine.cleared ui'.

,; ,.)and- senthim, ,treUTUlelUng to look. c'As was lost ; I have always fancied it as he said but in reality for himselffor It was then publicly known that the
> : S
.": 'i. *tt"niedicineShe. was no more :\ > is the countess' diamonds might rome useful some day, and now he had no absolute right for such a young countess was not dead, and that
t F :: d *Jw'-. her; ; grandmother, who used, when are nand not glasJthi. was the the time has come. Go in at once, proceeding) valuables he might money and the plate and jewels of the

'fl chad-to,goroUngalong/ ,in way in which her reflections ended Pierre and lie quick about it. I have find there. He was, however, no more family had been, buried, instead of her
t: ttir. ..U onepiece: of silk and pride, lierrehaU try his luck to-night. I told you all the receptacles where money fortunate than poor Pierre had been; body, in'the old church at Verreville.

iit n of
ti ; ',...-* t of the count's footmen was not be the fortunate pair, as" well as make a mistake." a single gold coin in the chateau. I'a 1 dead had,.moreover, enabled her to-

.li1f: *- t _bii,\Af money that. we"can Fifine and Maurice." "Must 1 go alone ? Won't jou tome Ills worship flew into a rage, and insisted i c irry out with greater safety a scheme j
: g.* buy c chocolate,and sugar, and Meanwhile the young man and the with me? We:should do it all the quicker, on having the servants and the for her husband's escape. When things !

i "t groed.tlung>i that will. rejoice girl, of whom their neighbors' mouths two of us together, anti it's always so sen-ants' room searched, but with no had grown a little quieter in France,

... ....!!(;1t'II'I';,, hUl." 'a and children's. hearts." and minds had just, all unconsciouslyto much pleasanter a night to have company success. Fifine, ':;', a. ''!Whow'it:; she had not died ,their two ,selves, been so full, had in an old house like .this. They companions submitted quite calmly' to buried treasure and conveyed it to their

',..."<";f'::;:.:>,. t ......., ;would. .... said. Babette' reached the church for the completionof say it's haunted, and there was a death the indignity, though the mayor had master and mistress i England.' The
,fiI. ';:4< 'J :J", r$ in tkhe their s: errand. No religious cere- here so lately. Oh sweet Babette, do. more than once a shrewd and unpleasant whole had been, invented and ,carri...lout J
: i'-J ;r ,andahe.wasq c y monies of any kind were permitted at please, come with me." :I suspicion'kthat he heard somethinglike by the courage amt wit.taD41. 4Ip\1- '

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'. cabbage,which filled our bout tub. the blood,purifying and strengthening CLOTHIERS, ,:.!.i'J; '-;''.
h, and thus drive disease from
The saw-palmetto is just ,coming !:into any port of the system, and it willawe W. I. MOORE, Samples to be seen at store.isroTioisrs. ;, III'l:>A) '
; bloom This is harvest time for our blacken the teeth cause head- "'tI ','
honey makers. Palmetto and mangrove ache or constipation and is positively General Commission Merchant, Titusvllle, )1'IodIIt:,3. _
not -
will be in bloom from now until August injurious. LDEALERIXGroceries M. E. E.'GLISD. '
and September. DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS, f'

Savcd his Child. Notary Public State at Uri., lighter is expected ,at Salt and Gents1 ClotMM & FnrflisMim; Goods. .,.,,'
'7 2* Eutaw St.,Baltimore.Md.Keb. Affidavits drawn and all Tmilnrni'niitiam;;.
March let 44 tt.
Lake on Saturday.ff. vs.1880. to me promptly attended to. .tl #!-1
Cea.-tpot' he 1'eC01llnaadation > i ;|
The Cinderella started carrying the of a fncnJ I tried BBOWM'S Office at his residence";,:.;."'),..:
bON r-rrrxKS as a tonic aDd reItcrui"c .
mail down the river on May-day, having fur my daughter whom FarnilySupplies.i ,1ilalau/; Titusvllle .1'1ariiL.:
I was thoroughly convinced was
qaite a' number of passengers aboard. raitinj away with ConxumptioA. D. COWIE. ,:t
She met with quite accident about Having lost three daughters by the .*
tan terrible ten f" believe that anything could arrest Physician and Surgii::
:We learn that the contractor carry- the progress of the disease t.J:;:
my great surprise before ray daughter J. M. Dixon
ing the Southern mail found no mailbagsand had ukeo one bottle of BROWN'S Titusville. .' 1 !, '
IUOM liii-ras,she began to mend
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.. no keys for way stations, this will sad nuw is qiritc restored to former' TITCSVILLE, : : FLORIDA. Every Mistress o(a Home in the South should F. GRAY. -;*...: ,'
health. A g
.. DeCell tate his stopping at way stations show t'gaf futli of CooMunptioa daughter began, and to Dealer In rweTHE NEW DIXIE COOK-BOOK. W.

u/ltil the mail can be overhauled at each when be quickly the physician laid "Tol was cs consulted were...- Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, it books contains on the COOKERY cream of AND all the HOUSEKEEP ether Watch Maker and JeW'''.b,, :

station., Who will be at fanlt if he does cuircJ the elder:"sister and was when taking informed UHOWM'S that Fancy and Toilet Articles.Perfumer INC. Over 0OOO receipt,true and ALL WORK w.utR.UTm. wW ,

not make schedule time? boc:: ISrrrciui respoudoi"that is stals Paints Oils tried,from old family receipt booksand 10OOO Work or orders left with P.E.WafarorHIPost ''.
a good tout,take ic.Aroa.x.** ,, Dye- new hints and helps and facts of value. Sold by Office Tltuarille or with A.Dreg la V;
-If reports are true we may look for PULrs Varnishes&brushes&almost everything subscription. AGENTS WANTED. Send Grange will receive prompt attentionWTOK*"".
'. CoL CoryelTs dredge-boat at the Haul- kept by a first-class Drug House. fore ecimen pages and terms.8..CLARKSAN&CO.. in Titusville every Monday "\ "&,' '

over in,July BRow:'c's IRON Brrrsas effectually Any drug, medicine or In- ., DR. B. B. WILS05.'if'-
is be CITC& Dyspepsia,Indigestion and strument needed by customersand ATLANTA, CEORCIA. nIL," .1
Beeieeping getting to quite an
hand will be ordered. .
\Vcakness and renders the not on ,
greatest Will continue the practice of MedldaeW.:
industry in this of the State. .
part relief and benefit to persons suffering { Prescriptions carefully compoundednight NEWSPAPERSubscription '''
:Now'is the time'to look for our summer Irum such wasting diseases as Con- or day with accuracy and dispatchby Titusville and vicinity. ?if

friend-the S. E. Trade Wind. swuybion. XWw:1 Complaitus, de. competent persons. Iy36 Agency.
Office at J. M. Dixon's Drug tort.-
-Fomro-Oii the 17th ult, on the The Florida State Gazetteer' The undersigned having opened a : .
H. .t.WLEYD.B.L .,, ;
road leading from Titcsville to LaGrange and A
between Titusville and J. Mendel's resi- BUSINESS DIRECTORY Dentist .
.'J-i 11 dens, a gold plated'scarf pin. The owner Will be pleased to receive subscriptions Visiting rai
obtain I Containing the name, btuineu and address :Makes frequent trips to Indiauieaf. -
f; proving property can same any "' "
Lake Worth.&c. ;
from. W. -B. Sanders, at City Point, Fla.I ,G. W. MACKENZIE'SAT -of the- Periodical or Newspaper published.0 'Thilda,
9' .'.'. P.,0. Address, New Smyrna
'NOTICE.l' .' Merchant, Professional & ,Business men, -- .
,.- I hereby'caution 'all .persons against and the principal farmers and landowners Save time, trouble and expense by applying C. H. If AUM ABT. ,' ti)

','. ". negotiating for a note signed by me, due orange groves and plan- to CHAS. NAUJIAN y

.t.-, 3ft June"lit 1883, in favor of John Y. Stel- AT-II tations, together with a Subscription Agent, Justice of the Peace" -f

lenwerf the contract for which it was Sketch of All Cities, Town and Villages, Haulover P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. Notary Public State..t-"" -p/ |;:
given has been broken by him. And bow to reach them and other valuable |
Information. Office at the Haul-Over. ., ;r
JAKES McCoKB. The Lund ,House, '
'IitusviUe May 3d 1883. This important work will be issued just JOHNSON COOLSHUTT.s f
.. .*.
't .1.'. as soon as the labor of collectingand .
A CARD. special inducements in"tLADIE'S Corner Main Street & Washington Ave.
compiling the facts can. be accom- Notary Public, t
.I..have Bold .my interest .in the La- plished. To the business commu- Titusi idle, : Florida. and "'-lam
Grange Store to E.I,.Brady: I thank IISSES' AND CHILDREWSnnfF.n
my nity this will be the most valuable book I Justice of the Peace. ',I
friends and the public generally for their
that has yet been published about
Pleasant Location Good Table.A
liberal ,during the Court; day, first Saturday of each mo6\
patronage past year.I & ILSTBJJDIED HATS. .
Florida. Price $5. to be sold *,
respectfully solicit the ,same support by subscription. cosy home for the LA GRANGE Florid:.,. j

for 1Ir.E.'L. Brady, who. will continue. Also Bargains in Crockery, Glassware, SPORTSMAN INVALID AND TOURIST. ST. CLAIR.AEOAMS. R. 1.; 8mDP''rL, :.
: Rater for Advertising: State Attorney COQJttJ"lII..eI.
business with increased facilities for: Etc., S yenthJuaiclaltlrcnlt.( Oraqe

supplying his customers with a full stock' Fine China Tea sets,44 pieces $8.50 1 Page with book$50. }Page with book$30I6rAgentswanted 1 BDDUA.COUSJo.1
St Clair Abrams & -
of merchandise. in -
'", Very Respectfully, Goblets dozen, .85 every county, to
per .
A.Deisner & AT .
Tumblers dozen .60 whom liberal terms will be offered. !
LaGrange, April 28th per ORLANDO, FLA. tif
Individual Preserve Dishes per dozen .70 CUSHING & APPLEYARD, Pubs., THE SLOOP "AGNES. Will give carefUl attention to concetto-* ,;-;.,
and will practice in the MTenlcomrtt of lilt ".
Individual Salts, per dozen .30 P. O. Box 1042.] Jacksonville, Fla.ONLY I commanded by DUtrict.ana the Supreme Court at Ttib' .:,
hassee and U. 3- court JactBonTflle.
At the Store will I ,
Headquarters purchase Large Preserve llishes. .200.30 t

20 lb of GUtidge New Process Flour, or Elegant Vases, per pair, 50c 82O. Makes regular trips on Indian River. LA GRANGE STORE,:: :
10" of Choice :Rice,or up SUE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OF of I
6 "of Best Rio Coffee, or See our original and popular $1.00 Sets.i Groceries Dry Goods Always on band a general assortment
2 "of Gilt Butter ,
} Edge or GOODS ":
80" of Grits or'"MeaJ, Canned ,Goods,

All goods are first class, as we buy and :o: .. Hats, Boots and Shoes, -STRICTLY CASH.A. .---- :

sell no other. Brady. ''
4 year Old Apple:Vinegar at 40 cents Ladies' Shoes In great variety; Prints all 1 P36 ,
1st 1883
per gallon. BARGAINS new patterns at low prices.
I .' .

Hotel Arrival' In Dress Goods Hosiery Ready-made Cloths, Toilet Articles, Florida Manufacture-. ',*
For_the week ending April 25, 1883. XOTIOXS. I.n .

TITUS HOUSE. For the cash only AMAZON, PAINT WORKS.:: :

Mrs Stevens, Miss Stevens, Detroit Etc. Etc.EEMNANTS. March L,W 6m. '
Mich; M T Jones,E S Wilev, Valdosta : J. BERNE & CO,
Ga Percy'flg loran Indian River Howard S. RYDER.
manufacturers of the
,- Snit St Sebastian River; Lloyd ROCKLEDGE,

.' Perry River L Bury, W B Dins- Has just received and contluues to
:more :Mandarin Fla; STwitchell City; W .
stock a full and complete stock of Groceries
A L 'Ostrander Cinderella James B
r. Thompson L I; H B Harman; N Y; E OF LACES Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps in in all shades and ready forImmediate

i i' Miller Franklim Co N Y; Amosa Stan- PHILADELPHIASINGER great variety and General Merchandise Hie.
ford LawsvillePa. ONLY A FEW LEFT of every description. Ask for whateveryou ..

r LTJ T> HOUSE. MACHINE may Vant. One price to all. Canned and grinders ofPure

W S Norwood lady and 2 sisters, Mrs Only lOcents each EQUAL TO ANY SINGER ix TUB MABKET. Goods of every description a specialty.LUMBER Lead
White '
If. ,Covar and family,J A-McCrory,EH Rice The above cut represents the most pop ,

. Frank Forster, 0 F Lane, 31 E ular style for the people which we offer & Colors In Oil.
City; C H Nauman, ; P Fisher, Sew Goods Arriving by Every you for the very low price of 820. Re-
E S Quinby, Aurautia, F Allen, Geor- member,we do not ask you to par until Will be furnished to order on short noticeat Office and Factory,

,. eiana Jno A Hauft and lady,'Cinderella' steamer. you have seen the machine. After having 818.00 thosand. Dressed .
per lum- '
! J B'Ibis'; Miss G Allaire, C D examined: : it lilt is not all we represent. No. 26 Ocean strwViJACKSONVILLE '

return it to us at our expense. Consult ber from 320.00 to 8il.OO: per thousand. FLOBID! i'
f Egger ; CANVASS SHOES, VARIETY OF your interests and order at once,or send LUMBER :

f, M Moore, St Lucie; G M Magruder, C B for circulars and testimonials. & SHINGLES New Information of Florida.: ;
.Magruder, Th J DeStenben, R A Hardee, Slippers. Address CHARLES A.Wood & CO.. always on hand. *! .
D Chalmers Irvin. D Futch, G BE' March No. 17, N. Tenth St., Philadelphia. Pa. 192 pages new matter unto map for13&3rSend ,
J 8 13 6m P.
Rockledge;Hiss Sauls, Enterprise, Sherman Pammocks, Household Goods, six cents to R.c.Lo .TalIaJlUMl k't'
Adams, Orlando; E S Wiley, R J .. AGENTS Wanted,e B k: g Ales ,""
or C. Drew,Jacksonville,P1*.
Hinley, Valdoeta; John EltchelL Dayto- walla of claractwi :f
TINWARE .... CC= .. _
&C. ta price;M &IIC & .7ur.a
naMias M J C
4 Seymour McCluny, -- --w NMJmU .Tc
- Jacksonville; ESRileyJ.Troy,Ohio; Vm \ Parties desiring to purchaae pine-apple FOR'SALE -

t; -- --' iVan Pelt, R I; John Renter, J Stroh- See oar assortment .o/* useful Novelties, Rabat osotto Wlczae plants will please send their orders A desirable cottage;house and .lot w.}
.. bridge, J Bailer,Montreal, Canada; T B at 10 cents each. rm.....a. a M ... promptly to E. J. RAWSON, Titusville, also Blacksmith, wheel wri J'*,*

Vickers ru.Montgomery Ala;; J B Gray, Chi- Intited. carwkw rea.y..l.. 52 3m Waveland P. O. Fla. and general repairing shop at TitusfiIe:
Intpection basinet Ilia
sago mean
pfla rL Pine-apple plants cheap for cash.-a Enquire PBITCUA&D &May. 24 d "

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