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 17, 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
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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.​
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AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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l#t ".M zoaGU GIRL" REFUTED., The public school of this place closed is whisperedThat Tallahassee can boast of a colored man From our icgular correspondent.)

t,-- 'j$ ebdaa !Giver Newt, bearing date last Tuesday afternoon, being the expira- La Grange has had quite a boom who wean a number nineteen shoe. WA&IIMJTOX, D. C. May 5, 1883.

< ., of|010th"instant my attention was par-: tion of a term of six months, under the this winter. Shrimps have made their appearancein A very animated content is in progress

,, Affiriy Attracted to ,a communicationGeorgia supervision and instruction of Miss Ida That base ball is all the rage now-a- St. Johns River at Jacksonville. over the position of Commissioner of In-
'ined Girl" which production"LdTaFIorida F. Sollee. ternal Revenue, and the matter is not
days. Micanopy is making a effort to
damsel propose tackling At the examination on Monday the likely to be referred to the Civil-Service
');" of the sale of there the
: That La Grange can boast more prohibit liquors
&; ftith;the voice.and feeling of severe conj scholars acquited themselves finely and Commission. It is said that fifty Congressmen -
Jtje.:; :.rinn.. and in my 'f ,the their teacher presented each of the first pretty young ladies and more ugly young coming year. are applicants for the place.
minus the men than any place of its size in christen- Gen."". 1V. Loring has finished his
} J..hriJl venture to assert, class with an elegant book of standard Telegrams were received frequently

:r "jit hesitation, that in bringing in a verdict reputation, and every one of the younger dom.That .. work on Egypt and it is now in the handsof throughout yesterday recommending different -

:d ,' ,:: I_have with me on the jury representatives scholars received beautiful primers with Mr. A. Brady left for a trip to the publishers. persons for the,position. From

:V ; from every section of this en- colored pictures.The Europe, Saturday, to be absent several! i A locomotive has arrived at Green intimations which the Secretary has .

4'pre St )-Korth, South, East, and West whole number of pupils enrolledis : months. ; Cove Springs for the Green Cove Spring made, there is some reason to think that

d>* ,TOJ* candid with you, Mr. Editor, I do 17, and the average daily attendance That hammock orange groves are &Melroso Railroad.The the President is disposed to promote some

not believe for an instant that the afore- 15.34.. putting on a fine fruit crop for next fall. new library building, at Crescent one in the Bureau. This, however, will

'jf.' gud penmanship and composition was The following table, which has been That S. Twitchell and Bert Johnson, City was totally destroyed by fire on the not be done if politicians can prevent it,

i' raided by a Southerner's hand'and mind, furnished by the teacher, gives the num- each contemplate raising a nine to fan morning of the 18th ult. as no one in the Bureau has much political -

;1:. 'but granting that such should be the ver- ber of days attendance of the advanced out the Athletes of Titusville. It is said that Engineer Kreamer will strength. Deputy Commissioner

tt. itahle case, I, alas for the first 'time am scholars and their in Rogers would unquestionably have the
aggregate Deport- That quite a concert was had by the shortly survey the route of the canal
:. compelled,to blush and hang my head infcgnefor ment, Spelling, Arithmetic, Geography, young ladies who could not attend the from Okeechobee to the St. Lucie River. support of some Pennsylvanians, but ,his
: the untutored, uncouth, and advocates are not of the kind.
I Grammar, History and Reading:
'( May pic nic. Boo! boo! Palatka Journal: "Titusville STAB is
: really presumptuous Georgia sister who There are several candidates from Illinois.
=t'4t"t'j y;:::!j That Mr. Chappell has the finest straw- one of the best looking papers in the
ins :
-1 'basso far degraded herself as to speak ,-. =. Edward Rutz, late State Treasurer, has
... "
[ (; 1--: berries extant. But we haven't tasted State. Many thanks Brothers Adams
'1': detrimental tone, and cast" slurs innu- "_< (II ;; : already arrived here, having left Spring-
}- 'mer i b1e upon our beautiful and highly OMo.c'= t'j- 1 his ware. andRumley. field immediately upon notice that Gen-

'intellectual' "Land of Flowers." The CD.;Ef_.!.cn<;<'.(11.; ? That two Titusville young men visit The plant investment company have eral Raum had ,resigned, and numerous

',Writer evidently forgets that the Fountain .-.: -.. ..=atstSIX. _: -wrr = these parts a little too frequently.That purchased a controlling interest in the telegrams have been sent on his behalf to

of Knowledge is as free and yielding ..= .. .... Charley Case is the most gracefulball South Florida Railroad, and it is to be the Illinois Senators and to other personsof

l!; 'to -Floridians, as the Educational tosser on the grounds, so the girl say. completed to Tampa Bay immediately. influence in the State.

in Connecticut, Massachu- Palatka Journal: We are informed The commissioner of has issued
are -
f' Springs -.-- ..-. That it is time Bro. W. A. Simmons
State. We o to e)ito -: Attendance.Deportment. that the Florida :Mutual Fire Insurance
; ,IettI or any other upward -a 3*Hoo c c c:, paid us another visit. a circular, stating that complaintshave

f '-can boast of a"Yale" and a "Harvard," N N .-...- That Bro. Chaudoin left on Saturdaylast Company, of Micanopy, has been placedin reached his office that unscrupulous
the only difference. being that our Temples tioc! =*- >*--CJtt-/rf the hands of a receiver. : persons are travelling throughout the
Ca cC W ao 0o tt to be absent several days in another'
"; of Learning are graced and enhanced by field of labor. I The proprietor of the Everett at Jacksonville country claiming that they are authorized -

[common sense, sterling worth individuals -onnc.n will erect a large hotel at St. I to represent the commissioner of
j' 'on the style of "Pericles," and not the w w y :t :f 8 Spelling.Arithmetic.. That there was a noticeable diminish- Augustine this summer. It will be the I pensions, and that they have defrauded

k i-->: 'fjnfr ff fanatic "Jhtdet" or direct IO r-r.O1+-....0)t r ing in the attendance upon sabbath "boss" house of the ancient city. I pensioners and applicants for pensions.

: Jboe&danta of Bdaamft .et00..0. go school last Sunday afternoon. The Leon Hotel, at Tallahassee, closed No special examiner or other person em-
;; ladies of'this glorious Pe- That Capt. M. O. Burnham of Canaveral I the
.The young -- last Tuesday evening, after a successful ployed by pension office is author
'.,' niagula: have never yet been known to o 1ooi eo oa+-4 OC co) tt tco Geography.Grammar. paid our section a flying visit .last season of nearly four months. It will be ized to receive money either as fee or expenses -

'': quail and turn all colors of the rainbow, Saturday.That opened again on the first of November.The i and all such examiners are provided

.r., from a non-educational point, when in -- s ar>-> ->c>tc. the wild cats don't eat any more track-layers on the Jacksonville i with certificates bearing the signature -
,the presence of their "learned northern c c oooo-=i+ ao o Wrr co M of our fat pullets since the untimely de- St. Augustine and Halifax Railroad have, : of the commissioner of pensions and

""' .brothers and sisters. ," far from. it; but, OI I --- r1 mise of an enormous one some time since. completed the road two miles and a half the Secretary of the Interior. Thereforeif

?2. gentle reader, how' the flame of indignation -eeooo--t---aO..Ot-.i to ton H-::. History That Mr. Andrew Froscher is making of St. Augustine. The road will probablybe any person, in the absence of such authority *

t' is kindled within them, and the hot some fine wine from the juice of sour completed this week or next. should represent that he is a .
Wood of anger and patriotism surges Perfect or near special examiner of the pension office, or
through their startled veins when the ly so. Reading. oranges. A Mr. Coates died very suddenly at shall demand or obtain money under any
That a colored friend of ours receiveda the Clarendon
House Green Cove
i "inrfea nmgM' of_both sexesjdrifting not The scholars receive fifty marks every pretense whatever, he may be safely set
handsome little sum for that 80. the 6th inst. Mr. Coates of
on was one
f' i', alone from the shores of South Carolina week for recitations in each study down as a fraud and swindler, and among
perfect ,
the members of the Thread
That Ned leaves week for
Bryan next great Company -
and but most the worst of his class.
;, Georgia, emanating generally that 1250 would indicate the
so highest Key Largo to purchase twenty thousand of J. & P. Coates, and had been in
directly from the more Arctic regions, number possible to receive for the twenty- It appears that only eighty copies of
pine slips for his place. the State but a short time.
i\ iwopp down upon our hitherto uncontaminated five weeks taught. the record of the Guiteau trial were pre- .

soil and tryby the means of The highest for Punctuality and De- That it encourages the boys to have New York markets are firm. Florida served by.the government for, dist bu-

;" deceit, fraud, artifice and stratagem to portment was Henry Carlin; for Recita- the fair damsels come out to the. ball oranges are quoted at $5 to $7 while Messina tion. This number did not begin to sup-

pip, wrest, and actually wring the tions,Theodore Titus; on Examinations, grounds on Saturday afternoons. are only $2,75 to $3.75. Florida ply the demand which came from all partsof

;'1f bread,' other. words, the staff of life Ellet Titus. Mary Stewart, for the short That Enterprise will have her hands strawberries 15 to 35 cents. Potatoes the world. Every capital of Europe,
rt.K the mouths of the widow and the $3.50 $5.50. Cucumbers $2 per crate, it is said has for
from: part of the term that she was present, full when she tackles the LaGrange nine. applied copies only to

r ,orphan; but thanks to a kind Providence deserves commendation, and received a That we will whisper again soon Mr. Tomatoes $3 to $3.50 per crate. be informed that none have been provi-

-' .these oppressed and wronged persons prize commensurate with others of her Editor. O. C. Micanopy Gazette: There is a large ded for general distribution. Public

a I have staunch'protectors in the shape of class. ... .. chimney built of Florida brick twenty- libraries, law libraries, and other institu-

Florida's galaxy of lawyers, each and all The younger scholars, Pierre Titus, The Mulberry and Silk. five years ago now standing on Ed Rives' tions, as well as individuals, have asked

;; of whom are equal to every judicial occa- Willie Joyner, Ella Carlin, Chas. Carlin, From the Florida Agriculturist. place, which is as solid as stone, other for them on account of the great numberof

'sonj; and can clap the law upon the of- Wesley Joyner, Delia Watson, Benjamin Many years ago a perfect mania arose than one crack caused by the rotting of opinions of experts on the question of

f. fenders who are forced to submit to their Watson Claude Stewart and Oscar in this State on the subject of silk worm timbers placed in the chimney. This is insanity which the report contained. The
aaperior,sway, ant then for the first time Stewart the teacher informs us, have raising and not only in this State, but all strong evidence of Florida brick being few copies preserved were carefully distributed

'perhaps in a year, our tiny jails of BrevardjDade made remarkable improvements in their over the Union. Fortunes were to be worth something.We by the Attorney General to law
and other counties made right of; everybody was to get rich, libraries and judges in this .
Orange, studies and were very punctual in atten- regret to learn that the health of country.It
'enjoy whit be almost so a perfect craze arose to plant mulberrytrees has been reported that the friendsof
J might correctly dance and deportmentWe Colonel L Coryell, of St. Augustine, is so
{ termed this of and for these immense prices were the late Mr. Collins of
novelty; application think that it must be a great source much impaired that he may be compelled ,
course denotes former of home paid; the nurserymen were the people who expedition, are far from satisfied
; a scarcity of gratification to the people of this placeto to resign his position as General Superintendent being
-). vice and : made the money. The speculative silk with the of the Jeannette of
immorality. witness the the scholars have of the Coast Line Canal. report court
[ ,.y And now for the "cow boys," God bless I made under Miss Sollee's efficient management worm mania extended to the island of Exposure and overwork have told heavily inquiry, and it is intimated that the mat-
their good true noble hearts! honor Jamaica, where a company was formedfor ter will be brought to the attention of
,. May I The attendance of our school upon an iron constitution, and rest and a
and raising silk on large scale, and Mr. Congress at the next sesion. It is
,uprightness spotless integrity continue has never before attained that height of change of climate are deemed by his thoughtby
to be- of their actions! Halliday, who lately owned a large mill some that the relations Collins
synonymous physicians absolutely to his are
\t, perfection that it has during the term necessary
and general characters in the future, as closed which conclusively shows opposite Jacksonville, was paid a large recovery.-Jacksonville Herald. desirous of receiving a pension, as it was
: the above qualities have been so elegantly just salary to go to Jamaica as Manager, for given out to the men by the commanderof
'r( that the teacher has awakened them to a "Tavares fishermen, says the Times-
t sostaialy and widely illustrated in the. the shareholders made sure that as Flori- the Jeannette, that Mr. Bennett would
great interest in their studies. Union, "have instituted a new and novel
t, part.! My criticism is ended and now all da was the great silk raising part of the take care of their widows and orphans if
interest the method of fish which
tf Nothing is of more vital catching seems,
that remains for do world, some one from there would be the they should never return.
to to Secretary
me simply
than however successful. A fire is builton
:< well-being of our county, a high very .
!'-:,'t' rah tribe myself FLoRIDA G mr... most competent to superintend the affi r. Chandler on being questioned about the
grade of public schools, bringing to us, as a board laid across a long row-boat,
".... Acres of mulberry trees were planted, ex. I matter yesterday replied that ho had
: Considerable: excitement exists in Jack- it will, that class of immigrants most de- tensive iron buildings were brought from and the fish, attracted by the bright light :heard from Collin's
novflk sir/ible for the development of our section.To leap toward it, fall into the boat and are people,
i .over the petition of a Mr.Powers, England and erected; silk worm eggs I that he had taken precaution to
a saloon in of those settling in Florida, captured. This may be new for some
: 'r"b that city. A number of many were imported by the pound from foreign I have the
investigation as thorough
'Y'. % persona whose names are affixed to the this question is of vital importance, and countries, and all looked for fat returns portions of our State, but this method has possible, so that there should be no as
. Petition,have made affidavit to the effect will go far toward determining their future from the venture. But alas, it began to been in use a number of years on Indian

that they knew nothing whatever of the homes. be found out that the worms did not River, especially when the first settlers

; "atter,.and had never signed the petition. We have had an excellent school dui thrive; they had not planted the right came here and they could not get twine Dr. Richard Joseph (formerly Mar-
' for cast nets and fish lines. blchead, Mass.) disbursing officer of the
ing the past winter, and the scholars
Iah'City Reporter: The brick machineof kind of mulberry the iron buildings were
Mr. Adams has arrived and will soon themselves, are patiently awaiting anoth too hot for the worms; and the shareholders During the month of April there were Department of the Interior, died of heart

be Placed at the rick_ yard of Thompson er term, then let us not hesitate to keep I not only lost the money that they had shipped from Jacksonville 5,455,000 feet this disease this morning at his residence in

*Hart it to the just past standard, and,if yellow pine lumber, of which city.aged fifty-one years.
'.' and the work of brick making up paid, but were saddled with such a large amount
;. aanmenced. in earnest. The machine has possible, to make it more efficient. amount overdue, that it ruined some of 5,134,000 feet went to domestic and Work on the Washington monumentwill
.' ., '. feet to be resumed on Monday. There u a
capacity of 25,000 brick per diem, but them. Halliday was the only one who 321,000 foreign ports, against
{ 9 ..Uegentlemesin charge propose only to A drayman of Pensacola was buied in made money. We know all about the 3,027,586 feet shipped in March, an in sufficient supply of stone, marble, and

t IUD force sufficient! for 15,000 daily. state, attended by his fellow draymen on concern for one of our family was an un- crease during April oven March of 2,4..97414 ,- granite now on the ground, cut and

Jjne yon ago, says the DeLand Agrirwi their carts and drays. fortunate shareholder. Now, a little com- feet During the month of April, ready to be laid, to raise the structure

; < the father of Mr.'C. P. Wilcox, Palatka has four hundred voters and is mon sense and forethought should have 1881, there were 3,330,000 feet of lumber thirty feet. AUGwr.c. .

: .of(ha place,lost a pair of gold spectacles crying for a city charter. warned people against these stupid speculationS shipped, and in April, 1882, there were .. ..

t a.the' Roe Spring Hammock. Last week Jackson for silk worms are not raised in 6,173,000 feet shipped from that port, an The best cure for diseases of the nerves,
bushel in
Corn is sixty cents a
.' Jba Chap, in walking through the The oat there is this way, all the silk produced is the workof increase last month over April, 1881, of braiD and muscles, is Brown's Iron Bit-
county. crop very
people in their homes. Women chil- 2,125,000 feet, and 718,000 feet less than
'i1 .rjjj ? stepped on something, and on promising.J. ters.The
;: down found the spectacles that dren and invalids raise small quantitiesfrom the shipment of April, 1882. Besides the Key West Democrat is rejoicing ina

$ WlOloDgbeen missing, and gave them F. Kehoe has established a brickyard mulberry trees planted around above, there were 58,000 shingles, 4,500 five-pound pine-apple. Pine-apple shipping -

''y{ tiP!O Mr. Wilcox. They were as good asmurder at Gaberon, on the Pensacola and their premises. It is the work of a few laths and 1,000 pickets shipped from has begun there in good earnest.

1.. V ,thi 7 they were lost.W Atlantic road. weeks at only one season of the year. It Jacksonville to foreign ports. Two hundred and forty-eight barrels and

W} ;;: Finest, charged with the The Palatka Herald says there is an helps the poor family as it is a labor suit- Indigestion, dyspepsia, heart-burn, forty-one crates (each crate holding tteee

;p--" ;' '. QUI ,.htiat January, k Leon Co., unusual number of orange land buyers in ed to the weak and infirm, and only as nausea, etc., cured by using Brown's barrels), were shipped Tuesday of,last ,.

J,, "! been'. tried and sentencedto be hung.Ik that section just now. such can it be made a success Iron Bitters. week to New York.

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,For the Fair -Sex. thread laCe, are tie accepted trimmings. 'I 41; A Race for a.Kist I I j I i reaching out for ,Kitty's bridle. At I t Misers.. !
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..}. f Around the neck' are very full frills-of >, t j[ last he gout, and the two: horses gradually Some Interesting-Facts: c
How TO Meala''SPBma.SILKL-; : lace; sometimes there are two standing How a. N.v.adaWom' iri Cured'., Her slowed up. till they !finally stopped Them.csmhn1

,' hoitf.jaunty basque,.with a box-pleated lace'ruffles and two turned-down ruffles Husband. of Tippling. i. ]I mounted my gate-post all of a tremble I Thomas Guy was at once a

atlrt bou1rant11 drapped, is the favorite : to make this frilL Instead of ,jabots of A butter-peddler from Honey Lake expectin' to St'e somethin' dreadful philanthropist. He was a bo r nT&

derign* spring silks, but this, lace down the front there may be only relates, with great glee, how a neighbor: happen. I I and began> life in London with
simple plans is varied in divers ways, very full gathered frills, one of which of his was cured of too frequent tippingthe "They shopped in' the road talkin' I'' of .. "'U0. By speculations in :anfa

: and'illustrates "many of, the new feat- j jurea. it set directly on the edge, while }the gin bottle. This neighbor marrieda nigh onto half an hour; then I seed stock in the year 1729 he god Sea
Tree" upper part of the corsage, other laps upon it. For elderly Mlies young, handsome: and spirited lady, Ben lean O"fTwl Nell lean over till j immense fortune. Almost 'IA

the top of, the sleeves and the fronts of these mantles are cut much longer, but and for a,month or two all went well floe two heads come together. I j;I was ruined by the memorable everyon ui .be...
....'- the skirts seem to. be the points of attack retain the same 'shape. in the house and about the farm ; then 'What the mischief t' says I, 'kissin' I I Sea Bubble." He was a pitiable.S v

for trimmings.. There are plastrons of BRAIDED COSTUMES.Brading has the husband fell back into his old tricks. instead of killin'. Well, that sort 0' :. Denying himself the mi,

velvet or of embroidery, or 'else Velvet j jDirectoire gained such great favor that it will be The wife remonstrated, and, for a time, fracas gits me 1' After the headbumpin' I. of life. He always. necessary alone coin?;
collars notched and pointed the husband reformed. Presently, however the turned about and slowly '( ,with.
long] before it loses it. It has escaped pair came ,newSJ shier for a table cloth.
to the waist line on most of the hasi i becoming common by the richness of its she became satisfied that the joggin' along bjirk. One wintet evening he'was' ,

q1 e!: ,The sides are short on the hips, |patterns, the delicacy of its work, the "bottle tipping' was again going on. "As they passed me called out to alone without fire or light in sittin'

and have one,,two or three piping cords, combinations of soutache and cord, When she fj-oke to her husltand about Ben to know what in the living jingo it i a ve the expense of both. A visitor order U

or' else' they are turned upward and j and the beautiful effects of relief which the matter he swore that the "aroma"she all meant. Ben began to stammer something II nuounced, and Guy lighted was

faced across, 'or there is embroidery or bad] been unknown so far, and which injected. was that of a colic medi- 'bout luilf of which never got candle. The visitor was a Mr.a farthing

lace placed along'the edges to roll outward 'I j are obtained by usingsquare soutache, cine he was taking, he having developed I I through his big beaidwhenieil sings 'I another celebrated miser Hopkins
and hang with points down. The: !'! which shows in raised work over the a ma! intractable colic, for the 1 II I who had
: out to mt'Onl) a race for a kiss !1' called in order to be taught a
back middle forms of Worth's dresses material. relief of which he had brought home I in
and that made
givhf Kitty a cut her fmeality.
are 'very' carelessly box-pleated, not Wheels of cord, joined together by a and paraded a bottle of mediriue.. I I I bound ten feet, she called out to Ben : 14 If that is all you ha\'el'omeabout "
pressed, flatly and many have these link of the extremely The wife was confident that ther.11S ,
springing same, are Come on! A race to the top of the said Guy, H we can as well talk
forms fhaped plainly and edged with I fashionable kept somewhere about the premises a in the]}
as trimminJThe" hill for another I' and away they both dark," and blew out the light.
two'or three hw.i of embroidered lace.The ., ,comes from the centre of the wheel considerable store of a very dilTerei.t went. Struck with this
t I of
slot ves'are rounded out very high and disappears under the circumferenceof kind of medicine. She kept her own economy
"That was live and I Hopkins took his leave.
year ago, never
and full at the top; and many have a the next. Matched shades of the counsi I, and, at the sune time strict
knowed the meanin of that wild harum- Strangely enough, while
puff inserted that slopes to a point'half cord( ,or a deeper shade,are more fashionable watch. In a day or two she discovered depriving
himself of all
ride till that makes life
t I scarum 'bout three months comfortable
way between. the, shoulder. and elbow, than contrasting colors. under a manger in the the secret
when the 'bout the 'colic Guy was erecting and
said of the discovery ago, story widowing
and is ornamented there with an odd _. hoard. She nothing
S medicine'l leaked ant among the wimmin' a hospital, since known as Guy's Hos

bowof velvet''ribbon.
little ; Some of to her husband.
the skirts Lave very low front drapery, Monopolies and the People.We Soon after the husband 'haul businessat folks. For a good 'while after the ride, pital." At his death he left .the
howsuraever I remember of the largest sum ever dt rated by
neighbor a single individual
curving in folds or pointed almost to the a neighl>or's some two miles away. -
do not need to look to England for for
wonderiu' what had charitable
men purposes
come over He
foot, while others are quite flat in front, On his return he was somewhat surprised
illustrations of the evil of laud UlonoI Ben that he had shut down on his founded several other charitable inStitutions
with rows of wide, velvet ribbon and at seeing a note pinned upon his
ply; What has been done therd to take gin all of sudden and wouldn'tso beside Guy'spritteilatllyhospiWs
to'outnne a-fiat I advanced and a ,
lace placed there Roman I I, front door.' lIe hastily
away the ground from under the'feet of much as take a glass o' Oregon nor did he leave his relatives'unprovidedfor.
apron. When higher drapery is preferred read as follows :
the people by grants to court favorites cider. Altogether Thomas
is around You will find the of the Guy was one
a soft'puff put' the ] DES : : key
hips above a box-pleated skirt, or 'a to monasteries' and by the ltaliJof/ house where you keep your colic medi "To this day no doubt Ben thinks he of the most singular compounds of
ommon lands by those who laid been cine. I have taken Kitty and gone home had meanness and benevc'ence that ever
squarely draped apron or perhaps one a desperate chase after Nell and a
'I I given so much that they thought themselves to my mother. Father and brother Bob ex 'ted in the human form.
side of'the apron is caught up: high in take will come to-morrow for the trunk in narrow escape of her gi-ttin' into the "
Greek fashion. A dress of stem green entitled to anything they which I have packed my thin ". home dru' long.with her big brother, Before London had any bridge over
wanted, is bting repeated among us on NELLIE. her father and his the Thames the conveyance was by
mother-in-law and
checks of the smallest size, says liar- ;
jjer't Bazar, has strawberry red sprays a much greater scale by grants to Slat >, The husband rushed to the barn. Ata I've never said a word to him 'bout ieny, the ferriage privileges belonging

brocaded. J upon- that part'' used for the, to railroad' corporation*, and by the glance he saw that Kitty, his wife's how she fooled. 'long under the brow o' exclusively to one John Overs.Although .

basque and drapery. This short basque, thieving inclosure by the railroadsof, mare and the side saddle' were gone. the hill" penurious to the last degree,
millions or'a'n'S that were nol.includes he hauled out Overs educated his only child; a daughter
pointed in back'and front, has a'Direct Darting to the manger: .. -
i e e" liar! of'dt rktr stem green velvet ; in.their. grants his corpulent demijohn of gin, and srutled Religious Sentiment. with the utmost liberality, 'but

this'is'nwtched,;and is pointed down to The; public ,domain ,of, the United firm its neck found the key o( 1 Life is short :I when she grew to womanhood he would
too to one's miser
the waist line; while:.close around: the States, which footed up a grand total of the hous*. nurse not suffer a man to speak to her,if he

neck Is'a standing collar of velvet fast 1,823,180,387? acres, inc1udi g-\u the Securing the key, he gut thd d\tn1-j that). Hurry them across the low land, I could help it. However, a young and
you linger longer the
may on I
ened by' green velvet bow .of many acquisitions beginning,with the cessions john whizzing and crashing mountain I venturesome gentleman. managed" to
loops narrow ribbon, and a similar I from ll/e. .criminal thirteen, States and post of the barn. Bounding forth, he tops. make her acquaintance while the old
A life beautiful
thickly clustered bow is on the back of I ending with the purchase,of Alaska, is ran to and, mounted the horse he had only as it is useful. man was raking iu his penny Prates
There is no beauty in the life that is
the basque\ instead of box-pleats now reduced by sales to settlers, grants left standing in front of his house. They determined to elope, and were

The small flat buttons are wooden to States mod for Indian and military Away he,dashed. It was ten milesto lived for &11alolE", and hhs no thought awaiting a favorable.opportunity, when

moulds' covered with any scrap reservation'5! gifts to railroads, private the house of his father-in-law, and for others. Over3,-in order to save a day's expenses,

of the silk, some of-the 'buttons show land claim, etc., to clout 1,000,000,000acres. he was determined to. overtake his wife. When I endeavor to contemplate the hit Upon the expedient 'of feigning

ing the red brocaded figure, and others Deducting from this Alaska, before she could reach it or kill a horsein one eternal glory, it resolves into three ; death. His half-starved apprentices,

merely checked. The ,lower skirt, the mountainous jiortious of the West the attempt. when I would gaze upon the three, they hearing the good,news, ,and supposing

checked without being brocaded, forms and the swamps of the South, it is estimated Said the butter man : "Now see d blend into on.-"St. Crrynrtf \...zianzen.The him really dead,'begun to Skip"about the

five wide, double box-pleats down the that there remain today of the Ben's wife come over the hill, half a Christian ut JIVAin closing a corpse and ransack the cupboards for

front and side" breadths, separated by legacy of a continent but 2:50,000,000: mile south of my house, on her little series of articles on probation after eatables,loudly rejoicing over his death.

panels;of 'velvet that fill all the spaces acres of arable land in the possession of mare Kitty, and begin to perform some death, says: "It is not necessary to Unable to contain his rage; OVers

between the pleats; Five rows of inch- the United Stale: One-half exactly of queer abolutions. After she'd got over reiterate the views of this journal upon rose up in his winding sheet and started
wide:velvet ribbon cross the pleats near this residue is claimed by railroad con>Q- the hill she paced up and down the road this matter. We dare not, we can not forth like a ghost. One of the appro*

the ,f)Ot. The brocaded checked silk rations, who demand 125,000,000, acres for a time; then she rid up and looked hold out even the ,possibility of that fleesthinking' it was the devil in,his '

drapes the upper part of the front diago- to make good the grants of Congress. over the ridge for a while. After look- second chance, lest it should prove de- employer's' likeness, caught up a broken

naUyandfoUr breadths of it are bunched ,Almost all the land :s claimed under in' a bit she turned about and rid up luitive and vain. Not only so, we believe oar and with one blow struck out

up'in the back and fall to the foot .. grants which have lapsed, and which a and down the road a few times ; then I it a caricature upon the justice Over's brains. Thus the old miser

Bi ACK SILK 'YIAPS.--In: Ottot; declaratory act by Congress could restore went up to the brow o' the hill again and undertake goodness of God, that man should actually lost his' life through counterfeiting -

silk.these are short round ,visites with to settlement. Every attempt to So she kept doin', an once or twice she to supply what His word death. The law acquitted the!
not reveal. Man's
high shcu'der erects and, very bouffant obtain such action, from the COngresswhich got off and led Kitty up to the top of is second chance apprentice.
now-and he
behind, or else<< ,tbey.are.mantillas1 with, has just adjourned failed. All the hill. the delusion of neglects the presentfor While the old man was thus imitating

capeIikefback and half-long fronts cut the railroads wanted was non-action, "I was puzzled as to whether she was a iit-n\ortem opportunity death the daughter's lover was in such

in points that sioPeawil, from the waist, and they got it. During the recess waitiu' for somebody or had lost some- Let does so at the peril of his soul. haste to run off with the girl that hi

or with!! square'corners', ,dr-else'gatheredto railroad building will be pushed across t'nj: while her on way to.her father's fitly us spoken.have none of it I" Wise words, horse threw him and'broke,his neck.

a tassel of chenille fringe. On the the continent with feverish haste,gnu.ts place some four miles beyond mypiouse. I For h's penuriousness Overs had been

visites there fullness, on the lower part ,will De claimed and will be allowed by was just about to walkout: that way when TilE U.\TTu-J.ife is often spokenOf excommunicated by the church and was

-of the sleeves that makes sides bouffantaud -' the Department of the Interior in the I seed her wheel Kitty round from the as a battle. From birth to death it refused Christian burial. The body was,

this forms the bishop'sleeves; or''I absence of any positive s-ction by Congress brow o' the hill and''begin to ply her is one prolonged struggle for existence, therefore, placed upon an ass and turned

else the high-shouldered dohnan effect certificates will be issued to the whip. We are in the main conscious of this adrift. It wandered until it came to the

is merely rounded_on the arm, it map be roads, and when Congress reassembles "In half a minute she was flyiu' past most fully when disease attacks us and place of execution-liangman's ground,. i

folded,under in,square sleeves; all such it will find that tens ''of' millions ,of my place like a wild woman. I stood amy t suffering ensues. Most of the physicalills where is shook off its burden.
arrangements and the two"or: three rows s acres of land that by all considerations front gate by the roadside, ready t o of life are due to our thoughtless The body was tumbled into the

of trimmings' across the sides are of justice and fair play hollor out at her to know what was up, ness."P do not sufficiently appreciatethe ground at the foot of the gallows. So

features of the'visites, and these- as wellas should have been left to the use of the but, bless you, she never looked-to'ards strength of the enemy. We some many misfortunes coming together

the bouffant back forms, are broughtout farmers and settlers, have passed into me. _Her eyes seemed sot in her }head, how seem to think that we shall escape hinged for a time the daughter's reason-

more conspicuously having strings the grip of railroad corporations. her face was pale and at every jump the penalties of wrong-doing. So, too, On her recovery she determined to dedicate

underneath that tie around the waist, ,The public are profoundly ignorant of she let into Kitty with whip. I'sway" of the business Jlturt'4 we undertake.We her father's fortune to charity, byway

aJ d'lI'\ke the back sit ,'ery'closely to what is being done with their, land. her ridin'kirt'fairl) cracked as she cannot ignore the difficulties, but of expiation. She 'founded a

the figure. The new passementeries of They do not know, for instance, that bounded past. we are prone to think them chained famous church called St. Mary Oven,

satin cords in huge figures. at may be land granted sixteen years ago to a road 'Jkt then I heerd a treinendjus chat like the lions in Bunyan's pilgrim.. It which title it still hearse .

cut apart'and set about,as single ornaments that has never been built is still reserved ter behind me. Turnin' about, I seed is not right that we should overrate The church was afterward converted

are used on'these in separate pieces by the Land Department, and settlersare Ben acoprin' over the pitch of the hill possible difficulties in the way of suecf.s. into a college for priests, some of whom

the, bust, the waist line behind, or the refused permission to enter on it. on his big black hoss, like a wild Cbmanche. To do this would perhaps para- built London Bridge, the first bridge

ends of the front, or else it is kept in This is true not only in one case, but i in lie was ridin' with loose reins, lyie all efforts. Nor should we underrate across the Thames.

rows that extend down the two seams of almost all cases of grants. It is the leanin' away for'ard and diggin' his them. To do this is to insure d eAnother: tragic death was that of)lr.

the back, joining the middle' forms to' uniform practice, of the Land Depart- big spurs into his horse like he'd rip his feat sooner or later. Bather measure Foscue, ,a French miser of the eighteenth

the sides, o'r there is a single row down ment. insides out. the lull strength of the enemy. Measure century. He had amassed fabulous

the middle seam of the back.* There Two hundred millions of acres are "He passed by, with hair and coattails too, your own strength, then in the wealth by grinding the poor. He
thus lost to the name and strength of the Lord was ordered to raise a
are also many drop trimmings of passe : peoplt'-mareaequa1 to sailin' back in the wind, and never turn go by government
in that ,of the bravely forward, and win time huge of and to evade.this
menterie set about laces, and there original thitteen States.Hundreds ing his head to right nor left. I thoughtI .every in sum money,
are loops of velvet ribbon an inch wide of millions of dollars are seed murder in his eye. I tell you, a the battle of life;-(:((( UPQrk.W lie pleaded poverty, and hid his wealthin

used hi'' the same way. Black laces taken out of their pockets by the higher million thoughts went through my brain a cave, which he made himself in his>

and 'the sleek chenille fringes are put prices charged for the lands sold by J I in a second. All the, stories I'd ever Axn; .-A modern young lady's wine cellar. 'He used to descend into

on very full on the edges of these gar corporations! that never earned them, heard about jealous: husbands' and in forehead. Not having sttn'one for this c\\"elby a ladder, the door fastening

ments. There are often two jabots of and should never have been given 1'cesane husbands went through my brain several years, we are willing to 'pja by a spring lock. One day Fescue was

lace down the fronts, meeting and concealing session of them. The policy that was a lump, and I do believe if I'd my fair price for a glimpse the genuinearticle. missing, and'all search for ,him proved

the small buttons that fasten adopted to facilitate the settlement of gun in my hand I'd .have'taken. wing- N'o banged otherwi--* ,muff unavailing. At last house'wassold
the visite. On the edges of the garment the country thus results in the inclosure shot at him on suspicion. lated specimens wan too. and the new purchaser discovered a lit-

the gathered in two full rows. of land, the exclusion of the settlers, T T tie locked door in the cellar, which bordered
"I seed Nell look back
and then
The Spanish guipure laces are used for and the sterilization of an empire that "to be opened. There, in the.
these with their,, thick silk designs and should smile with farms. The Great lay the whip on Kitty hotter'u eve r. The'upreme, Court at Montgomery, midst of almost countless gold and piles
American Desert of Ben was goin" like the wind. I knowed Alabama,. holds the revenue law passed of treasure the skeleton of the
cords of guipure meshes; there are also our early geographies lay
Nell was headed for her father's andI by the late
thWtill newer laces with Spanish designs -. is disappearing, but a new and Legislature seed plain as day that Ben would the
omission from
on the fine round meshes of thread greater American Desert is being the bill as enrolled gnawing the flesh off both arms. The

.' lace ; these, with real guipure,lace and created in its place by the action of the get ,her fore she was safe landed. and signed of certain words in the bill 1 door .had accidentlly closed and shut

! the well-known French imitations of land department and the corporations "At last he was upon her. It was when passed. The new law reduced the'i j him: in, to die a slow death hi ,sight of
" neck and neck for.' a tune, with-Be n tax to five and a half mills. his precious hoards of treasure.


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i Green Turtles ale now being caught onthe i .. MISCELLANEOUS.
'MAY 17 1883.'J' .
; SAY, east shore of the Halifax river. .
DE ;
.- rUBLISHXP BVEBT THURSDAY, Mr. Neeld, of Pimellas. Manatee coam- "

X : : AT : F Orl4tQ.a ty- :,expects a crop of 20,000 mangoes this LINE,
; ....n. DOUBLE DAILY.
% E. ,B. WAGER,- .
.1 agI g Editor Publisher. Four'u.. S. men- -irar are lying in the The Secret Carrying V. S. Moll. ,
.tJ O per Annum to adrance.. harbor of Key West,and another is ex- Elegant Side-wheel Steamers.
Ttrul i
gppaaaieoneiaehtaepsce ; fft BABA.*** pected. REGULAR MAIL.
1 'cote a eo1UD1Do ta onacoompanled by the I The Daytona Journal says the dredge of the universal success cf GEO.M.BIRD.Capt.G.J.Mercler.II. .

;! ggwmaotreaetreattention. will require 100 days yet to get into Smith Brown's Iron Bitters is sim- .B. PLANT Capt.J.Fitzgerald..

: Tot ad..ert1t1BcrateS enctorinf three e cent stamp a Editor Creek at the head of the }IaljfA ply this: It is the best Iron NowIs ANITA.Capt.C.H. Brock.
"" Ono of the above-named steamers will leave
r.. Mr, J. W. Carter of preparation ever made; is De Bary wharf foot of Laura
, "THIS PAPER may be found on file at Micanopy, has street dally ex.
, *;; P.Bowell\ Co' Newspaper AdverSSg -] some eighteen months' old sweet orange compounded on thoroughly cept FOnD Sundayat3 ENTERPRISE p*m.and for PALATKA all intermediate. SAX.

*: Bureau (10 Spruce Street) where trees which astonished him by blooming scientific, chemical and landings.
if Swtisinz contracts may be made for itSKEWYORK. this spring. fnrdlcinrj; principles, and ROSA,Capt J.L.Amazeen.

:.r.' ooesj:1stwl1ltis claimed farisno FREDERICK DE B.Ur.CapLLco. VogeLWELAKA.

j..:;. \. iI' "THE STAB is the OFFICIAL newspaper The Braidentown Progress says the more and no less.thorough the time to ,Captain J.S.Mattheson.
dredge boat "Alabama" is cutting a channel One of the above-named steamers will
:: 'for Brevard county. 60 feet wide in the mouth of the leave DeBary wharf foot of Laura street,
dally except Saturday,at 4 30 p. moo and from
'fUertdatlhe POll Office at rttustilk att Manatee river. :Dy and rapid S.. *.and W. RaIlway wharf at 5 p. moo for
Palatka Sanford
Stand-Clot Matin r assimilation with the blood dlate llU1\Jlng9.
Messrs.B. &: J. Munro of Tallahassee
it Connects at Palatka with Florida
: reaches of the Southern
'-"laai thy father's spirit; last Thursday shipped eighty-five barrelsof every part Railroad for Gainesville and Ocala.
.' Doom'd for a certain term to walk Florida to New York where it system, healing, purifyingand SubscribeFor Connects at Astor with St.Johns and Lake
syrup Enstls
.. Commencing Railroad for Fort Mason Yalaba.Lees-
the night, strengthening. -
: in sells very readily at fair prices. burg and all points on the Upper Oclawaha.
-And, for theaayconfin'd to fast fires at the foundationt Connects at Voluala with coaches for Or-
., Till the foul crimes done in The editor of the Halifax Journal is \ up and restores lost mond and Daytona.
nature, trying his best to dispose of a fourteen Connects at Sanford with South Florida Railroad -
.. But that health-in no other way can for Longwood.Maitland Apopka City
purgM away.
.Are burntfand pound cabbage. He thinks about four benefit be obtained. Altemonte, Orlando KlsslmmeeV and with
lasting steamers for Lake '
I Jessup,Salt Lake and Rock-
,i t To tell the secrets of my prison house, days will be required for its consumption.The ledge and Indian River.
,1 tale unfold whose lightest Connecta at Enterprise with coaches for
1 I could a new uniforms of the Jacksonville
75 Dearborn Ave.,Qucago.\o".7. Daytona and New Smyrna and Titnsvllle.
. word Guards cost$1,100. This shows enter- 1 have been a great sufferer iron Returning Mall steamers leave Enterprise
Would harrow up thy soul"Hamlet a ftf'wQluloaaa..blManbumu4: every morning at 7 and Sanford at 7 30 aT m.,
,Act,1. Scene,6. prise on the part of the only company of dyspepsia miss form. hearty and, !9. a.m.. making close connections withWThrongh
1':' CTerjruking I ate rave me dutreu, So F and W. Railway for aU points North
- THE ghost of the defunct Roscoe has regularly commissioned colored men in and 1 could CU but little. I have East and WE'st.

recently held forth in the HOtel Brans- the State. tried taken ev.rythlnerecomm.odedhava the prctcriptioM of a dotes The Florida Star. The bills of lading given to all points.
f.hrticlan,bat relief until steamers of this line are all first class
cot no
he was carried "Cukes" hold in and In
wick. In contemplation, supreme power Cook Brow* Iron Hitters. 1 feel every respect.
back hi his mind's eye, to the scenes oft around Ocala just now. Wagon after oat of the old troubles, ana am aatev niF ? Information apply General
BUM. I am retting muchtroarer Ticket Office,corner Bay and Laura Streets.
j the last Chicago Convention, at which anattempt wagon load pass through the streets and feel fim-rate. lana W.B. WATSON.Manager.
his .r iir made to nominate bound for northern market.
was protege a -Ocalft ty trill! e WHtr. 'fa" sot y
third He rememberedthe Bmuter log much U pail cf you?wr.rf.
term. Lacon.
for the
IU Refold i P.C.*4.U K. -oIt FOR SALE
420 which were sent for a ,
delegates The Grand Jury of Alachua are ma-

"specific purpose,not instructed merely, king an earnest demand upon the County BROWN'S IRON Dl'rrnnsdoes THE TITUS HOUSE
bound in honor to God and man to ,
,but Commissioners for a court house commensurate not contain whiskeyor

'discharge certain obligations," viz: "The with the wealth and progressof alcohol, and will not ON
nomination of General Grant for Presi- that i* the constant aim and intention of
county. blacken the teeth, or cause: INDIAN RIVER
dent of the United States." This defunct Orlando.Rtportn: Judge R. L. Sum- headache and constipation.It the publisher: to give to the readers of the containing ,

baas believes "as firmly as anything that merlin left on Saturday morning last fora will cure dyspepsia, indigestion STAR, one of the most readable and new-
the results of that convention have held Large Office, Parlor, Dining Room,
trip to Cuba, where he goes on important heartburn, sleep- papers of the State..
back for ten and that Pantries Kitchen
.this country years" ,
professional business. He expectsto lessness, dizziness, nervous
the Democrats were aMut to take control 16 Large Airy Bedrooms
be absent for some time. debility, weakness, &c. ,
of the country.
Mr. B. C. Chairs four miles Servants'Quarters
residing ,
he declared that
Being an ex-boss,
tTN only rowa..lroa Bitten made b
.bones are bosses because they ought to east of Tallahassee, instead of having to Brown Chemical Co..Baltimore. Crossed? o and all necessary outbuildings.

be bosses and he could not understandhow buy plantation supplies this year, has led lines and trade-mark oa wrapper. Cistern of 12OOO gal. capacity,
sold 800 of home-raised bacon
the people killed the bosses as they -alsoFURNITURE---
and is bushels of
shipping 1,500 corn.
ought to be killed for attempting to carry

out their unmentionable sins, among Cedar Key is complaining of fever and ,

which u the Third Term Theory. If the general depression occasioned, it is Twenty colums of Selected including Piano and 'Billiard Table.

bosses had succeeded in this, the country thought by impure vaccination.She thinks PIONEER COOPERAGE. Miscellaneous Reading The Groundsare
the physicians who administer it oughtto ,
would not hare received the Ten Years
Setback. be censured for using impure vaccine. Syrup Barrels $2.25. Large and Nicely Laid Out.'J!! poor Yoricks! these defunct Messrs Bury & Anderson, strawberry Gauged to order, ten cents extra. S -ALSODESIRABLE -

bosses; fellows of infinite jest and excellent shippers, of Mandarin, have made their Honey Barrels, and Oval Water TOWN LOTS

fancy they were, yet man proposes last shipment of strawberries north for. BreakersFrom -AND- ,

and God disposes, and "ye world do this season. Their total shipments for! I For Business or Dwelling Houses, and
: : 82.00 : : Up.
move. the: season aggregate 8,000 quarts of
," berries. Tanksand LANDSFor
". JBditarqfthe Florida Star:
The steamer Anita of the De nary- all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. Gardening.
Feeling a deep interest in the
Baya Line has taken the place of the JOIIXSO.V, Nearly Ten colums State, Terms Easy to Responsible
development of our beautiful country, I
We call your attention to the recent re- Sylvan Glen on the daily run from Jack- LaGrange : : Florida. County, and Local NewsPRESENTED Parties.
sonville to Palatka. The Glen is be
versa of the fine steamer "Cinderella" to Apply or address,
overhauled and in first class order
We put W. B. MOORE
most heartily sympathize with Mr. MRS. M. E. TITUS,
before she returns to her old route.
Ostnnder, and feel that the people on General Commission Merchant Titusville, : : : : Florida.
,our River have a deep interest in the success The hull and machinery of the sunken ,

of the boat and further we believe steamer his, in Lake George has been AND DEALER IN WEEKLY. SPORTSMEN'S EMPORIUM !

they realize that interest. purchased, at Marshal's sale, by W. G. R. C. SCRIMGEOUR

.Now, we ourselves, feel the interestandsympathywehavespokenabout Hawkins for $400. Captain Jas. Fitzgerald Groceries and ,

to the bought the life-boat for $30, and Capt TaiMeraist and Naturalist

amount of$15 cash and we know of several Frank Howard, of the steamer Green- S o Birds &animals mounted with some respect

others who have expressed themselvesin wich, the bedding, furniture, etc, for FaJ11\ySupplies. for Anatomy.
Everything appertaining to shooting
this manner We are really indebtedto $140. and fishing to be found at my establish

him for his patience and perseveranceand Mr. Peterman of Palatka, has receiveda Titusville. Florida. .mentand at reasonable rates.
: :
his gentlemanly address and kindheartedness letter from Germany acknowledgingthe :November 10th 1880. tf 47 Also dealer In the Celebrated Lion

i ought to receive r commen- receipt of a box of fine oranges shipped JOB PRINTING. brand of Asbestos paint In all colors
ONLY S2O. ready for use. The best and cheapest
dation in: a manner unmistakable. We the latter part of January. They JOB PRINTING. paint ever introduced for House or Boat

we not of those who think that this gen- report the fruit with the exception of a use. Oil stoves in great variety, suitable

ial gentleman would accept a donation as few in good order, and say that they are JOB FRINGING.Our for family or boat use.

a gratuity but would insist upon the donors much finer than the oranges they get .. LINSEED OIL WARRANTED PURE.

( obtaining value received in travel, from European groves. Pratt's' Celebrated Astral Oil always In

freights&c. If those who could afford The Jacksonville Herald says work on

only five dollars in this way would ex the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West STOCK.Triple .

pies their willingness to do so, it would Railroad progresses steadily. They have plated "Table" ware from the

how in an unmistakable manner the in- six gangs of men working at different louse of Holmes, Booth & Hayden.

terest we all feel in his success whichseems points along the line, viz: One gang atPalatb 9 Lanterns Razors, Combs, Nick'flacks
In endless variety.
just ahead. S. W. H. I one at Tocoi, two at Green Cove

(WE concur in and endorse the sentiments ,Springs, one at Orange Park, and one atJlcGirt' Job Office is: well equipped for executing ClgarsTobaccos Pipes

ED. STAR.expressly by our correspondent] Creek; aggregating 415 men. all kinds of and all smokers' articles.

...... Mr. Cruft, one of the owners of the When you cannot find

.3Ir.Jennings cables to the New York Magnolia Hotel, at Magnolia, not con- what you want In the other stores In Ti-

World from London on the 6th inst. that tent wih the ownership of the finest hotelin '1iiI usvllle will be sure just give to get R.suited.C. S. a call and you

there is no reason to believe that any d e- Florida, has recently purchased twen-

ands whatever have been made by the ty.five acres of land in the vicinity: of PIIIL1DELPIII.1SINGER PLAIN& FANCY WORK, C. J. HECTOR,

"'. British Government upon the United St. Augustine, and will doubtless erect a MACHINE

States. And the rival to his present establishment on theSt.
t Washington correspon EQCAL TO Ayr SINGER ix THE MAKKET. Hardware and
dent of the World on the same day assures Johns. The price paid for the land is The above cut represents the most pop I
I. tint the only "representations" theutladition stated by the St. Augustine Press as being ular style for the people which wo offer
on for the low COLOR &ORNAMEALWOR 1;
you very price of $20. Remember ,
question made by Great Bri.taiQ $20,000.-Spring. we do not ask you to pay until General Produce

.. to the United States have been made Key West Democrat: Messrs. Field & you have seen the machine. After having
w the examined it If it is not all we
form represent
of confidential remarks Osborne: of Bed Bank, New Jersey, return it to us at our expense. Consult
dropped by the British Minister, Mr, through their agent, have purchased a your Interests and order at once,or send MERCHANT,

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'.. SOLITUDE.. ". tience to stand here. declare, Roy," pouted his. bride-: I I I "Oh, Dolly, cruel Dolly I" mocked 1 I; Culinary Conceits.I .
. ., I f .J f I wont tell "'you 'to Abe wa[ i "ii
, nonsense ; seem : king }your a voice, but it was not Roy's. I -

{ and the world J.augbi with'you i took me for tew ."If you are going to be, silent "On, wicked Dolly 1" went on the .'
and ion weep alone, .Roy Douglass himself stupid I'll steal Diana's fellow and, mocking,voice. PiK-Take cold beef
'Por Ibeaad 01"world muat borrow ita mirth, merry, : veal or mutton. Of
'':'I"rt' But bat trouble enough of its own. he had remained by Dolly her have you. Come, :l+ir: Bur- And then Diana wised her startled for hash t.hopanct. ... tta

.' ""Smthe hills will answer;' talk without demanding to let aWay arid: hid like ;have ready hot JDaahed '
us run. face from her hands and looked won-
J Sigh it U lost on the air. ( toesseasoned as for
,i. J' The echoes bound to a joyful sound heart. He had come into : Ginevra/- ,-It's glorious night for deringly. about. There, (close beside shallow the taple'pgt in i

-,,::1 ,' Bat shrink from voicing care. June garden, eyes and ." her, stood her naughty sister. then a layer.of baking-dish first layer

') ;L Bejf-ioe.,and men will seek you; : whole soul rushing in Roy's arm she ran up to the "It's the very strangest thing,"she dish is potatoes, and *?? '

" iiUri.,.0> .,..,and they turn and go. footsteps, for now, at last, couple, with ,that pretty, spark- went on, unblushingly:; "of all coincidences -' heaping full ; smooth,,over fa.2
They want full measure of all your pleasure, : potatoes, and make little
But they do not need your: woe. toil and endeavor," the half-defiant ways of hers. it is the luckiest-that )Ir. Bur- I bits holes in iK

,Be glad and'your friends are many,: so intensely longed for should place of butter; bake'untU :
: leigh just have been telling me & w
have to lend him to for *
Be uA, and you lose them all. got me brown. 5-
,There decline nectaredwine he should "feel the arms that it was me he first and last and
are none to your ', Di. I'll give you Roy to keep ORANOE CAKE.
lave round him once again. I wanted sister was -Twelve >m
drink life's few minutes, as a little girl lends my weight of '
But alone must gall. ten in suS 2
you lIe had her he pulverized
seen awfully nice and all that ; and I listed
Be careful of
sure you, are of six
Feast and halls tie crowded than there in weight eggs in flour,the jufeeind
; your ; ever, standing his and now I have come to
and 'don't let him broke. ,
Fast and the world goes by. get grated pell of one '
Su'oeedand- give, and it helps you live, arbor;, dressed in white, afraid he's sullen to-night-or ask, please, may I have him; Diana?- lemon. Beat orange, and 'half i

But no man can help you die. stolen forward and caught who knows? and I'd rather 'a fair exchange is no robbery,' they it like sponge cake an
There is room in the halls of pleasure hake it in jelly-cake ,Tab
breast in burst of pans
For large and lordly train a rapture )Ir Burleigh." say, and it will be such fun to surprise the

,c-. But one by oce we must all file on all it had not been his everybody." whites of two: eggs half a POund of

Through the narrow aisles of pain. little sister of her's grown could say all sorts of things sugar, the juice and grated peel of''

.> -ELLA"WBEKI.ZR. conscious of a slight safet}. People only smiled at her orange and half a lemon Beat one
;,'> as at that of a pretty child. But Curiosities of the Railway spread it between thelafersof and
i 3 idea of the first meeting thecakea.

.A" Fair Exchange. ,real Diana. Meantime, face flushed dark as she dragged Census.- Try this cake. It is a favorite; ,

away, outside the leafy elderly fiancee away from his be In the Scientific American( for 'March CORN'AND.BEAN SOUP.-Take

"Diana! my own darling Diana!" the deep, fragrant grass, a was paragraph pounds beef, 'a pound of port

:With a low cry of utter gladness the lap, showers of r sister-in-law to be. I relating to the difference 'be pint of" black or navy beans (soaked, a

young man Lurried forward and claspedthe over her gold hair and pale about is fair play," he said so- :. tween'the receipts of railways for.transportation over night), a large onion,;small

girl to his breast-clasped her and was Diana Davenport, a "Diana, will you take my of passengers and freights, in rots a head of celery. Put the abort car-

kissed her, and looked down joyfully dreaming happily of her which the results were rendered rather ngredients into the soup pot With

into the startled violet-blue eyes, but but now white as death would not refuse it, though he absurd by the use of mighty dollar gallon of cold water, and let simmer a,

she;laughing and blushing in love embarrasement j 1'I clenched, her lips quivering.She her hesitate. In a minute marks instead of humble cents. ,The gently,for five or six hours. Take oft

tore herself out,, of his gaye,.no token of were walking along the graveled paragraph should read as follows: and let get ,cold ; remove the ,gr

arms and stood shyly before him. and' the' two moving away on into the frost-kissed garden, The freight carried in 1880 was'two and place on the stove to boil again e!'

"I'm' not Diana-I'm only' Dolly," her did not learn that the winding path shining in the hundred and ninety-one millions of tons, About an hour before dinner add

she said. *And you must be Roy Dough their little chat. Finally in the very arbor for which the railways charged 1.29 I of canned corn. Strain the soup quart season

lass, though I,did not know Diana was "Dolly was always he had met and kissed Dolly, Roy I cents per ton per mile, and made a profit .with Cayenne pepperand salt,and gene

expecting you. home so soon." she whispered to herself, nly stopped and threw at his com- I of 0.53 of a cent per ton per mile. it,with or...without. the addition boiling

, "She was'not expecting me;;I plannedto "I have given up \ a look that turned her pale The number of passengers carried cream. "

take her bY'I surprise. Is it possible and now she will try to win even paler. was two hundred and seventy millions, CHICKEN PIE
this is little.Dolly? You' short of anguish long stifled uncon- WITH OrsT Rs.-43B
'She crept carefully out of for which they each paid an average of the chicken-a

frocks when I went away, my dear. into the house. burst from him in a few des- 2.33 cents per mile, and the companies tender, drain off year liquor old from is best-until

Yon are the living image of your. sister "My dear, Roy has words- made a profit of O.C2 of a cent per mile. oysters boil skim quart of

,"be said', regarding her with a min mother called out joyfully, why have you treated me If the passengers are counted by weight. with rich; crust; line the aides of dish

gled look of surprise, confusion and ad slipping up to her room. I came back ? I came to you, allowing 14 passengers to the ton, then then put in layer of chicken -
miration. five years' toil for us both, faith- a layer raw ;oysters,,and repeat -
"Yes, mamma.;, "I must the receipts of the companies for until dish is

"Oh, indeed 1" answered Miss Dolly, hair." loving, ardent, 'and you froze me two-legged freight was $3.26 per ton per layer with bits, of. filled, seasoning .each

no";particularly flattered. '"But she is a look I In one cruel moment you mile and their : butter ,pepper, salt,
Once safe in her room, profit was 86.3 cents per, and adding the "
a great deal older*than I am."I herself long and sadly in me to see that your love for me tpn per mile. of the chicken oyster liquor and,a port
liquor until the liquid is
"Of co1'.mie' "'murmured :the "If I and What I have suffered under By the ton then
young am pale grave passengers yield even with the top layerno'1f'

man,more and more confounded ; "youare L ful," she murmured, "I blow none but myself will ever sixteen times more profit to the railwaysthan loosely with com-
a crust having :
,the picture of, what; she, was five waiting and watching for It is late to speak to you now, ordinary freight. in the centre to allow steam an to opening

years ago when I saw her last" had loved him less I must ask why you treated me so We renew the suggestion that there If the escape.
cruelly ?" ,liquor cooks away, add chicken
"I am eighteen and my sister is pined away my roses. seems to be an opportunity here for gravy 9r hot water. Bake minute
and tender is late, as you say; and you seem the exercise of .
lovely-soft genius by railway
managers -
twenty-three, remarked Dolly, with a in, a moderate oven., :Make gravy by
little air of superiority looking straightup the roses out there-and yourself, Roy. in the development of new and
adding chicken liquor left in
But he will see only her now you bitter:! Would you better inducements for travel. Various
into the of this tall finelookingfellow
eyes quart or more) two tablespoonirda of
whom* she 'thought quite the and she will break my better if you had crushed all life suggestions, doubtless, will rise, in the flour rubbed two
smooth with bb1&-
hope out of me? You tried hard ,
most "taking" gentleman she had ever It was half-an-hour and Little minds of readers, such as,the adoptionof spoonfuls of butter,.and seasoned high
Dolly was kinder she
met, and who, she..knew, had made* a Dolly brought Roy to the returned."I me and was sorry for me. I-was improved means for safety, smooth ly with pepper; let cook until thenis

clear twenty-five; thousand by,his, five search for Diana, who '\\ ing and better balasting of roadbeds, no raw taste of flour,and serve.
to her-I shall try to make her
faster time easier
yeare''labor"ButDiana/* .. the cool, dim, more cominodius ,
; but there will be only one love CABBAGE SA LA D.-Put a cap of
and and cars. without going through the
is pale quiet cold.
just as prettyas ever,
in this world.." vinegar and a cup of milk on to beat in
entire list of
she added patronizingly, "and will be that might
separate when the '
saucepans vinegar
awftdly glad'io have you' back, I 'suppose The fiery trail of red help travelwe, will name one subject that
passionate ring of pain in her boils add butter, sugar, salt and pepper
railway officials and
she doesnt have much fun, you over all the land. There study proceedto :
and stir in abont- .
thrilled him with wonder. two quarts of finely
.see,for the: fellows.all_understand. she's seed-cups: on the vines o !" carry out at little expense, as a helpto chopped cabbage ; cover, and let scald .

eagaged ; I'm glad you've come for her, but roses no longer. f passenger traffic, namely, the inaug- and
is wicked-deceitful-terrible oration -not boil-for a moment;
at last,before she gets to be a downright chrysanthemums flamed in in every city, town and vii
to say this to me now 1 Roy I meanwhile remove milk from stove,
lage of a and
old maid. Shall I run to the house and but the heliotrope and good cheap '
hearing of your every word* cool a little and stir in the wellbr attn
serricefor the of customers
tell her?" no more. A perfect glory use between
-you came back that day, met and strained yolks of tear eggs;return
ray their homes and the stations. At
"I have been to the house and spokento the long larch present
on this very spot, mistook her for the leave their to'stove and boil a moment. 'Dishthe
your mother; Diana was out here in to the plain roomy companies patrons to
: her for me-and then-loved cabbage and pour custard over it; stir
the tender mercies of extortionate
the garden, she said and that :was one widowed mother had
herself. She was to what rapidly with a silverspoon until *el
reason I made the mistake, L:suppose," lovely daughters< you men and baggage smashers ; and so general <
I.was. Oh, she was fair and gay, are the inconveniences mixed and set at once in a cool ,place..
he said dreamily, his eyes still lingeringon morrow she was to lose, as exist '
pink of her cheeks was more to between residence and that Serve when ice cold. This Js"s"delicious
the beautiful flower-like face, so girls whom they give car probably
the white of mine salad if made with
fresh, so piquant, so perfect marriage. worn white not a hundred tickets art bought where ; judgment.
thin for love and longing for him
a thousand would be
Dolly was a born coquette, and selfishto There were a dozen purchased if a i
came home to find faded and
the, core of her vain little heart. She people promenading the first-rate service, such as we have indi S. i
and to fall in love with sister." '
was fully aware of the impression she 'white glory of the night heaven is over us,Diana my, you do cated, could be realized. AVery. Young Musician

was making;even now she was thinking and best men, as well as -
injustice. I did mistake '
"would it be possible,to cut Diana out, of lovers-Dolly, clinging; for you, and I admired her be The Railroad Station Loafer. ,When the famlozart; 'was-thrw

and catch this handsome and generous strong arm of Roy Douglass years old, 'he began to show ,signs of his
she was like you. In my heart I Of all loafers the railroad station '
fellow for herself?" pacing side by side with wonderful powers. Leopold Mozart
at her girlish vanity and loafer is
con the most loaferishest. lIe is
For the Davenports were poor and had promised to ID.1rr-a the father, was then giving his daughter
her selfishness; in five minutes noisy, obtrusive, insolent. He sits down
the clavier instrument
Dolly longed for costlier dresses and had fallen in love with -an
that her
soul was not like her and compels the the
jewels,to set off her beauty, she envied on being refused by her in the passenger, patronof something like the modem piano. The
image of when I
yours; to stand He kicked
her older sister her good luck; beauxDolly had turned to the older last up. s little Wolfgang was always present at
you at my very heart'melt your gaffes as he it. He is '
had in superabundance, but parently as well never these lessons, and used to amuse:him
love at the sight of the without
seen a mouthful of tobacco
among them none such as this-rich and from the city, out in the noble self by striking thirds, and producing
beautiful girl whom I and he always expectorates in the direction
She at him his health harmonies.
fascinating. glanced up : a wealthy %
my own know how
; you you of valise
from under her long curling lashes. could offset Roy's your or your feet. At four years of age he could re
me, Diana-how you chilled He stands in at the
"It's too bad I got the first kiss," she with ten times that sum ; how your way ticket member with accuracy very difficult
you shrank from me. And office
although he is never known to
laughed, the soft color flying to her I age, with courtly manners the go airs which he had heard played and
very day you asked to he anywhere. He looks over
wild-rose face. "Diana will be furious."Don't ." habits. your his father at once began to give' him
of your engagement, poor, foolish, the telegraph window while
tell her then" murmured Roy, "He was not a bad match youTite lessons. The boy needed no compulsion
little Dolly threw herself into my a message. He and
laughing a little, too, and unable to her friends said. and spars "rastles" to learn, and showed the most remark
asked me to take her instead with other hoodlums. He
withdraw his admiring gaze from the 'She was so quiet, the loudly calls ble aptitude. A minuet he-could learn
can love her: but I will be the attention of his fellow-loafers
lovely young girl. "l-lve! years," I ease in their age would to her for your sake, Diana. It your personal to in half an hour, and then, having once

never thought about their changing servable;and really,after appearance and makes"stageaside" mastered his piece, it was al""a '9 p1ayed
so strange to me that you, of all for
Diana; yet of course I am older as well lass jilted her for her sister, should be you to hear with the greatest accuracy in ,every
cold and
as you pass by him. lie is
as she." quite a triumph for her to is the alone for which utterly useless rgspet!t. At the same time he began to
) you infinitely worthless and
"Ob, but a man-a. man ought to be match before his very eyes. be marrying this other a wholesome compose little pieces which were carefully -
man. nuisance. When he is
eight of ten years the older." Oh yes, it must be a great stood and looked at her as if try years of age he should be under 14 noted down by his father,and some
"You think Miss ?" flogged find of which still The child
you, Dolly Doubtless Diana felt it understand and read the beauti compelled to go to school between, are extant.
he asked.. walked proudly and who baffled him. was reared in an atmosphere of music,
He looked years of 14 and 21 he should be sent
"Why, of course. My lover mustall be IJurleigh's side, her fair in the moonlight-unutterably to the House of Correction or a Reform to and it was natural that he should love

of that." in it. His compositions took a more
the brooding whiteness hopeless. Her dark blue eyes School, and after reaching the of soon

"Have you any'one In'p3 rticular in her beautiful eyes lifted to his for a moment, then her he should be hanged. Off age with his 21 ambitious form and at six he wrote

your mind's eve. Dolly?" u asked, heaven with a strange face was buried in her hands. head. So much for the loafer. pieces for an orchestra.

laughing because she laughed. To many she seemed is all a mistake on both sides," she Mozart's life was a short one, but it

"Not yet,'-' with:a little affected more blooming sister, a lily "I was too proud-: too sensitive ? fully realized the promise of his chiM- "

sigh. "Somehow the youths of our more gracious than any was too artful. She has hurt A Pomological Monstrosity. hood. -,:

rural neighborhood 'hardly' come up to passed and repassed each Roy, to the death. I thought that A peculiar freak-of monstrosity of /

my ideal. But really I must look about moonlit promenade, Roy's her best-that I was orgetten nature is exhibited
in an apple
brought W. A. Levan Ever-
for'my sister.' You must l.e'dying to always lifted from the ',you. '\\1)ulde glad to be free. to our office by a friend and Augustus
some weeks hard Company
see her. I know after all these years. his own partner and fixed so I spoke; bat it broke my heart.l since. It is a perfectly formed representing the Reno Rock

Why, five years to me seem like half a I scrutiny on that other Roy, why do I tell you'this now? tone half being a russet and the apple othera wall-Penna.of New York were killed at Corn-Ma*
lifetime I wonder you've had the pa- his anxious look was rarer too late." bellflower. while making a
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"".' NEPENTHE. to'it" and also to the-owner.. For 1+pens, consumed.- a little, more feed and, Kitchen Conceits, '- !. > Domestic-Economies.Polish .

warmth in winter and cool- fortypne'pounds. *
gained J
% CELEBY uCE.-Stew 'one of
's hbt weather are The' practice: some of'.the best pint

"ssssssffisaais cut celery slowly in one pint of water oilcloth with kerosene.
; to all the good food ,farmers,none is to keep pigs through i the ,
J2 the Hinless till perfectly ten r,'skim it out Wash matting with salted water.
quarried bills The question should always summer green food, cut and carried I C'c\1"e-1
on '
jjJJViiniiet barns fully, make a drawn butter sauce '\\
how little can be fed, but how to the pens, with a little grain, and I Clean grained wood with cold tea.
-I all deep the water add the andsen-e.
as celery
-.Aid Meets amid the secular at a profit and,Also, how much what milk can 'be' spared after butter I Charcoal in the cellar sweetens tie
AJ where far-reaching, rock-built when the animal thus made to : SALAD OF Sorn ORANGK.-Slice whole house.
acme can be made making. Spring pigs are I II II
i.m.less reaeration sleep; I!I I half a dozen of sour remove
ne comfortable, by proper weigh 200 pounds at seven, mouths" old, oranges ; If you dip your broom in clean, hot
nndecayed as on the day and aside from and except in the last mouth they get the seeds without breaking the slices ;
care ,
y the kings of I suds once a week, then shake it and
!Sat saw them first; is excellent feed for little The best time*to sell such arrange them neatly on a salad dish or
Tnsculptured calm serene, an pigs and grain. hasp it up, it will last twice as long as
Tbeslow millenniums pass away when mixed with corn ground on pigs is at the beginning of cold weather, salad bowl ; dust them lightly with I I it would without this operation.
The cob mixture In October.Fx cayenne pepper ; pour over them three
as we cleavegSXhfiowing acts as a di- usually I
Nile, the dm of and the juices of the stomach act 1 lurive devotion: of the soil tll any tablespoonfuls of salad oil and serve the A simple and easy way to ornament a

And wwionate: voices and of the we better than when fed alone. Rye I Ion" crop generally results in lost In : salad with game or poultry. common pillow-case for the baby's pil-
,jZe hushed to When is often the it is found low is to feather-stitch it all around
land ,
is also excellent to put on cut feed, r the first place it exhausts the unevenly I
Tbecaresthatbauntus, dark re iinjHissible to mash turnips so that theyare with scarlet marking cotton. Choose
FoTwaW and wild wet it sticks, and horses or beef removing some elements of ftr
Yearning for years praise, or pleasure eat their coarse stuff better on tility more rapidly than other, until ina I'mfrom lumps smd are smooth, do the cotton which is warranted not to

W"JtJllife'llut blessing- forget. account. When rye is ground and few years this crop cannot be giown.A not attempt to serve them in this way ; fade.

Jorrtfll'in'Egypt's kindly air. this wait is a guarantee against second objection is that such cropping; I it is much better to acknowledge defeat There is danger, as many people have

Strong antidote of mortal woes made into breeds enemies that and end them to the table in of
hero, Nepenthe. whisky. iiibect com;* a a found to their sorrow, a gossamer
Which The painless the whom fair-haired Leda if scraping a fruit tree does not change, us has been the case when taco slices, if the turnips are large, and in waterproof cracking when stiffened by

Mixed in the wine and stilled much good directly, the habit of I isiucli wheat growing has bn d jhr M evil halves or quarters if small. Put a lumpof cold ; so before putting it on, in severe

'Who wept in Spartan funeral" and observation by the owner will and Ilea'nii tt -. butter and a little pepper and salt on weather, warm it before the fire, both

Or i brother o'er the boundless for him. Every man should The Mieerat Jersey cotysas very :jood each pit-te. outside uul in, and this danger is

Or,wandering -TUESJ> the condition of his trees and, in for men too poor to keep a cow and too CKAIIAM I.nmlxn.lix well to- averted.

attention of this sort, he will proud to own a goat is being graduallyset gether one-half a coffee cup of molasses I
,< 1 out much that otherwise would be aside as farmers learn that these one-quarter of a cup of butter, :
Agricultural. asked for information in regard to the
< 'to. But scraping will do good. small Jerseys will give more milk and one egg, one-half a cup of milk, one-
manner of arranging a dinner-ta
1' h all
. and destroys many insects much more butter, besides: of better a teaspoon of pure soda, one and a
: HOGS ABE GRADED. ble. The following hints are, we believe,
How business,is to destroy.the tree or quality, than some of the larger br.eds half cups of good graham Hour, one
the grading of hogs the correct thing : Above all things have
lowiDgis and it greafy improves their of cows. The profit from a cow can small teacup of raisins, spices to taste.
assorted for market: your linen spotless and ironed properly,
are The work is rapidly done only come from the surplus above the Steam four hours and serve with any
are light and thin, and your silver and glass shining. Ar-
Pigs and, when well done, does not cost of feeding. As a rule with smaller sauce that may be preferred. This
,115 pounds and are really range your plates upon the table right
to makes well and
a showy as as light
repeating every year. cows more can be kept on the same
and fork should be
stockers. feed. wholesome dessert, and has the merit of side up. A knife
Skips are better in quality Item ical. supplied for each course, and a dessert
Ringbone in horses is cured by an old simplicity and cheapness.
increased cultivation of small
120 to 135 for Place the knives with
-and weigh spoon soup.
TUltslI'S.-Peel of
veterinarian as follows: Tie the ani- a quart
thin and light for Yorker. strawberries, blackberries, rasp the spoon between,upon the right hand,
1nal? even-sized boil them
: turnips just
mal down bo he cannot kick. Run a ,
currants and is the most
Yorkers are fat and grapes the forks, with the tines down, upon the
tender in salted water and
sharp-pointed knife through the fetlock boiling ,
should weigh 170 to 210 pounds ying in dication of agricultural left. All the dishes should be well
when a white bladder will pop out. drain them on dry towel ; put into a

sell well should be uniform. Excepting currants, all of Run a needle and thread through this frying pan just large enough to hold heated. The napkin should be neatly
Mixed packing hogs are folded with a piece of bread or roll inside
are of comparatively recent date in draw it out, and remove the bladder them, a teaspoonfnl each of butter and

weight,and in quality, from of farmers, and all are yet with a knife. The cure is soon effected sugar, and let them melt together; then and placed at the right-hand side.
smooth and from 210 to 300 A china bowl full of ferns or flowers, if
grown. without harm to the horse, if taken put in the turnips, set the pan over the

weight, early, and the ringbone will not return. fire,and shake it occasionally until theyare obtainable, should: always be upon the
a recent meeting of the Wisconsin
Batcher hogs are 'un dinner-table or a flower-pot of growing
But if allowed to harden it cannot Le light brown ; keep them hot with-
Growers' Association Miss Ida
usually selected for in handsome In
smooth I ferns concealed a jar.
so removed.In out burning, to serve on the dish with
ties, and run from :Yorkers provided enough candy from sor tenderloin. giving a dinner party, a large block of

200 pounds to 300 pounds, or i syrup to give to every member a selecting fruit and other trees for .. ice placed ,upon a. silver and covered

TIm COOKED FOOD The candy was pronounced ex- spring planting, size, or rather height, The Site of Rome. with moss and flowers will make a

; it was at least free from glucose, is of less consequence than other con- I ornament which the ice
extensive breeder after pleasing as
therefore sweeter than most candy siderations. The tall, spindling trees The site chosen for the building of melts the air. is
cools Soup
eight or ten years, goes upon
favor, of cooking and from the stores. have been grown too thickly, and their Home was that long expanse of undu- usually served first, the servant handing -
long slim roots will be mostly destroyedin lating ground, lying on the banks of the *i '
belief that one-fourth of the millers are alarmed at the in- the plates_at the left hand to the

awed thereby. The proportions of American wheat digging. Short, stocky trees are better Tiber, to which the name of the Cam- guest. Only a few spoonfuls are in the

is floured before being exported.The while the best of all are those trees pagna has len given. The Seven no asks '
ment given in his case :. permanent'l dish and one for or .accepts a
the same litter and the same of English millers has long that have been transplanted the year Hills, of which we hear so much, are second plate. Fish is next served with
before and have a set of five roots near I projections of the table land as it'ad-
to buy wheat which is
our dryer rolls oyster
were selected. No. 1 potato, cake, or ; or small
enough to the tree to be saved by careful vances towards the river; and after the
pounds and No. 2'280 their own, and mix both to- patties and served after the soup, <:and

Was fed for seventeen days before grinding. English wheat digging. enlargement of the city walls by Aure- before the roast appears. When wine is

unground corn, and from the too damp for use alone. The passage of the bill reducing the lan.: these projections were considerably served, if you do not"wish it, put, your

tion of two bushels and high price of eggs is in part due tariff duty on sugar will probably have more than seven. finger over the top of,the glass and: say ;

quarts, gained thirty-one weather, which freezes the water the effect of making sugar cheaper. The Campagna extends along the "Excuse me, please." The dessert is
2.was fed the same time on thus makes drink inaccessible. In But it will scarcely affect the price of central portion of the western'shore of placed upon the table after the salads

ground corn, of which she barnyards a thaw will set fowls ma pel sTUpand sugar, which are in demand Italy for about ninety miles, with an have been removed Sand the" crumbs

three bushels and thirteen ) and a sudden freeze will stop for their peculiar and pleasant average breadth of twenty-seven miles. brushed from the cloth. Puddings and
c flavor that cannot be imitated. It is On the right, looking toward the south, served
gained thirty pounds. of them. Hut if watered morning pastry are first, then jellies, ices

is given in which shoats night with warm water or sour even probable that if other sugars; are are the waters of the Mediterranean ; and cakes and fruits. Finger-bowls

i" raw and cooked corn for six egg production \\"illlle greatly in- cheaper the sweets of the maple will on the left rises the lower-chiin of the should be placed at each plate when the

result being that while those be in better demand, as the supply can- Apennines, beyond which stretchesthe fruits and ices are served, with a'dainty
not easily be increased and the country main ridge of these mountains, '
napkin for drying the fingers.
and .cooked corn gained ten Geddes says that the cheapest
is growing in population and which divide Italy into two nearly
the bushel those fed beet water is second-hand
on trough a wealth. equal Parts.Travellers. .. r ..

.g edfffteen.. pounds to the kettle, such as can be bought who visit the Campagnade .

wafts which are certainly cheaply near salt works. They What is in Writing only Admis- Roma at the present day, behold a The Secret of Good Manners.The .

candid attention of breeders. indefinitely. ,. and are of such shane sible.A .
wide extent of open country, partly

CHECKING GROWTH IN water freezing in then can never real estate suit was last month decided marsh-land, partly pasture, partly cultivated secret of good manners is to forget -

,If the principles of plant-life the kettle. The slight rust which which illustrates the necessity of ground, which in the hot days of ; one's self altogether. The people of

understood, there would be found on old kettles is beneficial is with the universal who
having every every detail of a real summer yellow or gray really fine breeding are the ones

done(o trees than there now : stock. estate or other bargain fully set forth in aridity, but in the winter or never think of' themselves but only of

'of the injury is from do not like to scratch in their the written contract. A piece of prop early spring presents a scene of exquisite the pleasure they can give to: others.

A tree,for instance, is manure. Advantage may be taken erty was ordered sold for 72,176. The beauty, green with the rich grassesof No adornment of beauty, or' learning,

when hi full leaf, with the this fact to keep them from scratch buyer asked that thel7u thrown off. a fertile earth, and brilliant with the or accomplishments, can go-so far in

greatly;weakening the tree up seeds sown in the garden. If the The agent complied with his request, wild flowers which are natural to that its power to attract, as the one gift of

benefiting it as desired. of the hen roost are scattered and sold the property for 572,000, but region. At whatever period 'of the sympathy.

thrive without leaves, and freshly planted beds the fowls will the S173 was to have come out of his year the explorer sees much more than Is.all French history no woman hada

gardener knows well enough. elsewhere. The rains and culti- commission, and not out of the seller. the productions of the soil, or the stronger fascination for whoever:came

neum or fuchia continually will soon carry the fertility given This the seller understood, and, consequently changeful effects of atmosphere. In within her reach than Madame Re

cuttings will die. Without the manure where roots can reach it. as far as she was concerned, the immediate vicinity of Rome, he camier. Sbe was called beautiful;but her

food can be prepared for the in the sale was made at $;2,r;.">. But in sees the wrecks and ruins of that Imperial \ portraits prove that she was not to be
is corn growers persist plant
for tbis reason good -. of deduction system which had there its seat
their corn after corn. The result is that .. consequence a heavy compared to many less charming women.

especially asparagus beds very* have bred a worm which eats the II. asked for by the buyer for a right to the and centre. The remains of magnificent And even when every attraction of

plants the first few years, and which lives in the ground use of an alley which the seller erroneously build ings,shattered towers,broken person had long pa.-f.ed away, and! she
are very strong. It thought her lot and arches and the crumbling of
that )'earto}'ear. As it is not migra i possessed, temples was an old, old woman, her sway over
where the leaves are its existence depends on having sjrnecomplications of a State title, tlu' forsaken gods, and the gigantic aqueducts the hearts of others was as power-

row of corn, the weight of the field in seller refused to complete the sale. The which carried water to the great ful as ever. What was her secret?
261 planted on same suc-
,pounds, while on the buyer then sued her, but was beaten, city start out of the marshes, or the
it Good husbandry, which de It was this one thin solely-her gen-
was only 82 pounds. In because the courts held that the agent unenclosed fields, like the bones of a
instances rotation of crops, will therefore uine and unaffected interest in the good
the difference exceeded his in for $;2- In places the
distinct farmers of this pest. power selling departed greatness. some and ill fortunes of her friends. Authors
and striking in all. 000, when his order from the seller was luxuriimt vegetation of a Southern
came to her and read her their books ;
principle applies to pruning cold winter has either destroyed: 572,17. Testimony to show that the clime has taken these relics back into
isinterscameto her with their pictures ;
.h>,summer, which should be made inaccessible the food which seller was notified and that it was not a the embrace of nature, in others they She
statesmen with their projects. was
sparingly performed, except animals usually live on during deduction from her price but from the I ripe bare and forlorn, abmv the pitiless
trees sweet, simply and unconsciously, as a
are sufficiently weather. The result Is thjt agent's commission, was not allowed to I waste. There is no such impressivescene rose is sweet. She really cared for the
check. By always and other wild animals retire from be introduced. The written contracts elsewhere; no scene at once so and
happiness and success of others
that leaves are essential to deep recesses of the forest, and in- alone were admitted, and the agent was grand, so mournful, so full of varied they felt the genuineness of her sym

'maJ sired preserve the health of farmers' Some kinds apparently censured for doing what so interest, so pregnant with profound pathy. It suirounded .her with an immortal -

or destroy obnoxious animals that have been supposed to fir as the seller's pocket was concernedhe morals so dowered with weight and .. charm.

th e_ease may be A weed entirely destroyed in the neighbor- did not do at all-selling for a lower continuity of life.

"WttDy stripped of leaves have been killed in various places price than she ordered the property sold It has been well remarked that, in Let any girl try Madame Recamier's

Hnrrs. When the Cows winter. I I at. The court also said that the agent comparison with Rome, all other cities experiment. Let her go into society

mg oM bones, rotton wood, E. M. Shelton's experiment at bound the seller to pay the taxes are provincial. No other locality is so thinking nothing of the admiration shr.

lips,that they are in Kansas Agricultural College farm and that, though they were then a lien uniformly and permanently great; so may win, but everything of the happiness -

***phosphate In the sale made in October both in she can confer.: It, matters little
it Feed test the value of comfort to fattening ( was ): he (the great the ancient and modern

n -nal, and if they are reports that during one week re- agent)had no right to bind her to,jay world; so great in arm, hi1 intellect, whether her face is beautiful or her toi-

application of ground ( the five pigs exposed to the them. No;explanations of 'this or and in far reaching authority. ,The lette costly. Before the end ,of three

Pounds Per acre)will assist to made getting all the corn they other matters were ,allowed,*",because history 'of Rome is for many'ages the months she will be a happy girl herself,

IChIDg voi ., not. in the for the world likes sunshine and sympathy -
eat total increase of only six- they were contract: What history of all that portion of the world
.bJth1D'whiek in in such Will and it turns to them as the flowers
Increases "'While the same number is writing cases only be which luaiuly excites the interest of
pounds, j i I
.1 the of
animal I I bask in eon June
likely tobeof of equal size, kept in warm admitted as testimony. intelligent atd thoughtful men.


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.. Cargoes of pine apples are being. ,: dripped .. s ':()TIE OF FINAL fJROOF--'

from Key Largo. II Hand Oilice at Gainesville, J.1a.
j "
Schooners now run regularly to Palat-; :\P1111ti.. 1S8J": ,}
j. CASH !
. PHRSONS1'PUS ASH! CASH NOTICE is herehygiveu; that the
, d 1a.. ion iH-II: ml'tI settler has filed'nwjL1us for.

Micanopy wants' to be elevated to 8. Inti'iition to make final proof tavJr
". port of hi;claim anti that said pr0of3J

,r'. .', third class posi-officewith salary of$1,000 MAR 1 NEW RIcH: BLOOD, 1TIIDREp.IT : be made before A. a. btewaririert.B
Titustille. Fla., ou
: year. And will completely change the blood in the entire ytern in three month. Any person viz: IVrrian Xail. of Mav 23 t 1ST
It is.rumored that Orlando will soon who will take 1 Pill each night from 1 to 13 wt:eke.'may be restored to Bound Titusville Flay
TIlE IlomesteuilntryXa.S0JO
House in the. health,If such a thing be possible. For curing Female Complaint these rills hare no : forth; :
: hare the largest Opera 1-101"-; : 1-1 Meli..ii31. anti N 1.>ofl'
equal. Physicians use them In their practice. Sold everywhere,or sent by mall for
: 1-1 antlWII; of SW 1-jse7
r' State. 23 cU.In stamps. Send for pamphlet. I.S.JOII SON Jk CO.. BOSTON. MASS.DIPHTHERIA : 3'J.
township 21 south 3., '
range east. -
Tampa's good people are in a dilemma. :. CROUP, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS. H ADQYtiJ.tT' RS lIe names the following witnesses to

Their town clock ran so fast this winter Joli SoN'3 ANODYNE UNIMENTwrninstantaneouslr prove his continuous rcsiifcncRcultivation
relieve tins terrible diseases,and will po ltU tlj uponantl
;. that all their Northern visitors left before : cure nine cues out of ten. Infurnuiinn th:11.111 save of said land vizlloseshpegl.
many lives sent free by mall. Jjuii't delay a mon.cut. STORE ger, }:. P. Wilbi-r. .J. 1:. Watson' .
the cold weather was over at the north. Prevention U Utter than cure. lo.e, all of'J' tus-ilh'. Fla. A to

W'ehave received the first number of a JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT {III ti :;" L. .\. RUKXES,
KeunWa,Influenza,Sore Lnnn.r.k>edlnff at the..uns.Chronic Hoarseness,Harking Pooch.Whooping Court Register i United States Land
new paper,the Orange Ridge Echo, published -I Chronic Kheumatism Clironie UUrrhaa,tlronic, Dynntt-rr Cholera ilurbu.,Kidney Troubles.I Mteaso of ttoAJMM TITVSriLLE, FLORIDA. Office,
and Lame natlL bold every*here. Send for pamphkt to I.&Joussos &Co.,Uosros,MASS.MAKE -'
at DeLand, by Messrs. Johnston & NOTICE.

Co. C. B. & s. W. Johnston editors. TheE It If a well-known fact that nxwt of the Land Oilice Gainesville
Hone and Cattle 1'owdcr, solJ in this Fla .
-' tlut
-0 i n the
Taloable. Nothing earth foL
rr on
appearance and filled with interesting win make hens lay like Sherltlan'a Condition Powder. Po .... one teanormftil to each pintfood. l o5iinamed! settler has lllcil notice 'of
.news. Long may it echo Sold everywhere, or suit by nail for 25 stamps. I. 8. JOUNSOI i Co,1'-osrux.JUss. his intention to make final proof iu sop

port of his claim, and that said
through the Land of Flowers. proof''m
be made before A. .\. Stewart, Clerk cir.
The Green Cove Spring says two cases CARPETS, MATTING', OIL CLOTH, The Oldest and Most ireliable Place of cuit court at Titusville Fla., on Saturday'

of small-pox have been developed in I .Julle 2, ISS3. viz: Andrew J. Carter,of
LaGrange, Fla.. Homestead
Gainesville directly traceable to excursion Window Shades Goods Eutry \o
Dry nuslXCSS 9/JS7 for the X1 of S W 4 and lot Xo i

parties. I of section 3-J, township south, ran'-n

Post-office cracksmen are lying around 3.,ea>t.
KOHN FURCHGOTT & BENEDICT He names the follow witnesses
loose up,in Orange county. Soon after on Indian Hirer, Dealing in prove his continuous residence upon and to

the office at Apopka was robbed an at- cultivation of said Iml.oiz: \\00.llaley,

tempt was made on that at Sanfoad, anda JACKSO.\VILIE, FLA.: A. J. Pace l.'ulus Jlerndon and Kicbafd
Herndon,nil of LaGrange Fla.
character has been General Merchandise .
suspicious prowling 5- I.. A.
Special attention paid to Orders and Correspondence con-
around Orlando, watching the deliveryof Register United States land Office.

the mails.-Times-Gilson. ceriilng Moods. None but striHly fiwt-cla goods are NOTICE.

MISCELLANEOUS. Land Oflice at Gainesville Fla..
Great Inducements arc offered to Dealers, 3Iarch 2t, 1883./

STEAMER MARION! I bought and told at this Stand. XOTICE is hereby given that the follow-

Hotel and ITousekeepers.We : in -llamel1 settler has tiled notice of his
Running in connection with the DeBary Line. intention to make final proof iu support

., Two Tript Jr el-lg. of his claim,and that said proof will be
Leaving Santord for Rockledgc Mondaysand keep everything imaginable in the line of goods.mentioned above -o- made before ..\. \. Stewart, Clerk circuit

Thursdays. e l5rIn ordering describe your want*, limit cost of goods amlou will receive court at Titusville, Fla., on Tuesday May
Sth 1SS3, ,'iziaruuc: ] J. Frost of Rock-

Leaving Rockledge Tuesdays & Fridays.In what you order. ledge Fla for lid. Xo. 1U53 for the S

Remember Dollar will buy exactly f: i Section 20,Township t South,Range
order to avoid disappointment to shippers 3G East.

freight must be at RocUeilge (Wilkin- WALTO1,1\TII: d NN & co., He names his continuous the following residence witnesses upon and topro'c

son's wharf) Mondays and Fridayt. $1.00 worth.Established cultivation of said laud, viz: James E.

Joe. H. Smith, Captain, II. P. Wilkinson P QW BRt\N.DJ Carter, Aaron Cleveland of Itockletlge:
and Samuel Fields, John Fields of City
& Co., Agents. Feb 1st Cin40
lit 1S73.: Point Florida

HOME, SWEET HOME. Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure. 40 w5; I.. A. ,IJXES, Register.SOTICE. .

, Address orders to
PREPARED EXPRESSLY for the of the fruit and U. S. Land Office at GainesvilleFla.\
Ff {jU It TSt- use vegetable growers of
Florida. It will produce a heavy but sound and healthy growth growing trees, April 2J,1S83./'

Home home,tweet, sweet home and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit. COMPLAINT having: been entered at
IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and in the The Headquarters Store, this otlice by Frank Forster against JohnEllerberger'for
Coming Home At Last. latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.IT abandoning his Homestead -
John Howard Payne,author of the immortal entry X O. a1S.idatcd; april 2G,1877
"Home, Sweet Home," was a IS SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED PINE-APPLES. Titusville, Fla.plNhed. upon the lots 3. C, :3, and 7, Section 27,
wanderer without a home,who often had Township 31 south KaugeSO East in

not a roof over his head and who died I WALTON, WIIAXN & CO., ]Urevard county, Florida, with a view to
far away from native laud and friends. The Florida: Male Gazetteer j the cancellation of said entry: the said,
His remains have been transported from Wilmiiiprloii, Del.Ask o amp 'parties are hereby summoned to appearat
Tunis to Oak Hill Cemetery, Washington this Otlice ou the llth day of June 1883.
D. C., where they will rest until the last Captain .lIe Lean of the tlwp "AyneJ'> to bring you a met nJ the BUSINESS DIRECTORY, at 3 o'clock p. iu., to respond and furnish!

trumpet bids him rise to that Home. testimony concerning said alleged aban
Sweet Home, where homeless ones shall Containing names, bitsineiu and addres donment.
rest forever. PLOW BRAND. L. .\. BaUNE3. KejjHter.
-of tlie- 1 w3; JOHN F 1OJ.Llx3.1"t'iver.
Musical Homes Are Happy goes, JXO. ANDERSON, of Ormond. Agent for East and South Florida. .

Yes, our homes can be made happierand Merchant, Professional & Cu>inetvs men, NOTICE.Six

sweeter through the refining iuilu- and the principal farmers and landowners months after date I will present to

cuces of music. Put in the Piano or the orange groves and plantations his Honor J..\. McCrory. Judge of the
Organ, provide the latest Music, gather COLLINS & CO HARTFORD county court of Urevard county Fla. my
In the.children and the neighbors and together with a final accounts and vouchers as Executorof

make the old home ring with sweet and SLctchofAll Cities, Towns and Mltag; the Estate of Samuel Moore late of

inspiring melody. Established IS2G.MANUFACTURERS said county deceased and ask for a final
And how to reach them antI other valuable
Where to get the Piano or Organ. information. discharge as such Executor.
PinxEas WESSOX, Executor
Send to us, of course. Xo other House This important work will be issued justas March _J, 1SS3. (.J8,6m)
North or South can give you such bar
soon as the labor of collecting
gains. We lead all. Ten Grand Makers NOTICE.U.
and over 800 styles to select from. Low- and compiling the facts can be accom-
:, S. Land Office Gainesville Fh.
est Hock Bottom Prices. Easiest terms To the buMne community } .
.. March 27, 1S83.
for payment.Maker's names on all instru ':', this will be the most valuable book Complaint hiving been entered at this
ments. Xo stencil or cheap Instrumentssold. '
.,Only house in America selling Pi- ".-.. f r that has yet been publi-hedabout Oilice by D. Chalmers Erine against EJ-
win'I'. Frost for abandoning his homestead -
anos and Organs on the one price plan. 0__.. Florida. Price 5. be sold
Uniform pi ices toall.Purchasers supplied .0 ,0o $ to by subscriji entry number 3,213; dated May "tb1S77.
tion. upon the lots 3 and 4 Section 33; aDd
direct. Every man hi.own vgent. ,= &* & ...
lots 3 and Section: 3J.( Township( 81 S.,
I-JASOS-S200, $223; $230. 8300. Ratty I'd Advertising: Range 39 E.. iu Brevard county,Florida.

ORGANS-22. 30, 30, 73; 100. 1 Page with ookjO. } Page with book$30 with a view to the cancellation of said "
entry: the said parties are hereby summoned
Sent on 15 days'test trial. Xo
money {&Agcntswanted in county to to this Oilice the 2-'W=
required until satisfaction is given. Sis: every appear at ou ,
mouths exchange prhilege.iis: : years OFPicks whom liberal terms will: be offcrcd.' day of May 1SS3 at 10 o'clock a. in. to
respond and furnish testimony concerning -
guarantee. Every inducement that can Axes Hatchets '
honestly be extended: ; send for latest illustrated CUSHING & APPLEYARD, Pubs., said alleged abandonment.
Catalogues, special offers Price I.. .\. Hai XES, Register.
lists and full information. We can suit you AND OTHEIl EXTRA QUALITY P. O. Box 1042.] Jacksonville, Fla. 40 4 w Jonx F. ROLLINS. Receiver.

and we will if we get half a chance. .
Valuable Property S. Land Oilice at Gainesville, FI:1.\
Violins Martin Guitars, ,Accordeons J'or'alc :
Richter Harmonicas, Concertinas Flutes Of all sizes and prices from $5 to $30. Also, Plowing Machines. Complaint having been entered at thi
of land
Thirty acres in the Point Oilico
Fifes, Clarionets, Drums Dobson banjo by Thomas J. ])e tllbl.'n againstRichard
Tamborines. Organinas. Immense stock.! Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues, Ac., Hammock. Splendid new galvanized C. Hudson for abandoning liil

Direct importation. Lowest prices; send by writing to: the makers, Wire Fence around tWl'h'ecrl'S.. Five homestead entry number 3.212. dated
for Retail Catalogues. COLLINS & CO., 252 Water St., New York. Hundred May.7th. 1877, upon the lots 1 and 2.Section
G.ISL\IITJLLt.VSTR11 young and healthy Orange trees 1.-32 S. and lot S :Section:: 3C.Township -

Handsomest and best in the wide world. Forty bearing trees ileautiful River 31 :S::i. Range 3L E., in Urevard coun-

Our special brand, sold for ten years past Front. Six acres a, fine cane and banana Florida, with view to cancellation
Used by the best violinists. Price 23 tts land :u there is in the state. of said entry: the said parties are hereby
Adjoiningthe the
each. Si: cts per set for Violin, 1 23 for to appear at this otllee on
Gt itar. The Florida Star Printing Office.. land of the lion. "'111. II. Sharj 22ddayofMay lbSJ: at 3 o'clock p. nto,
Here is to respond and! furni h tt-Miiuouy concerning ;
SHEET ML'SIC. Immense stock. Everything :\ good opportunity for any one :

published. Everything published.Over desiring to make: a good investment, as said L.alleged ab.indoi.mnit. .
A. ItaRSKg
300,000 pieces on our shelves. Price .
reduced. Music nooks in endless variety. the place must be. !;()1tI. Titles perfect. JOHX ROLLINS. Receiver.

Thousands of music teachers supplied. \1.1. J\IXDS OF1IFRCHANTILD Parties intending to purchase can make e ---- --:-

S Catalogues free. enquiries of Dr. (?. W. Holmes or lion .
Sharpe. For terms and further .cats tyetat ALL fLU iAltt.
French and
German American. Ro- Besttaoaghayrop. Tastr.good.
ary Valves, Light Piston, Genuine Cour- particulars address A. P. IVrham Quit Use an lime. Bold by drntguua.

ois. Bands supplied with full sets. AP PRINTING: man Ga. or II. C. Perham City Point Fla .. C O N S U MPsT!Of4 5- I
competition meet; send for catalogues I
confer with Captain Peter Wright of! ----
popular the fat wiling "Mi t" "THE BEST IS CHEAPEST."
50 soap > who will
Home Magazine, Monthly cent "
I GnES. (rl.
per year;illustrated. Cheapest magazinein carry parties to aeethe property. THRESHERS
BinePoitn ..IIeral'Iult.dtoaD
existence; specimen copy free. Premium Furnished at Short Notice.
4.00 worth IIIttJOrJ&I Wrlt"for"-K..allln.: >iJuxi
Album containing over FOR SALE
rticv to Tiio Aolcnuut&Taylor Cu." ."-"-Citua>
of music given each subscriber. A flat-bottomed boat "
Every Musical Want Supplied at 81OOI-riggcc.1.
Twenty-three feet'
long, with a comforta.' ,
Mien & Bates' Sontta J Music InSAVANNAH bye cabin Obtained for ) .('
I PURGATIVE new 1oli1GOf.Ml: breadth vlwt, (; Denlsm
GA. of beam insuring good t and I.nIH'J All prHiinlnary oxamlnath'iw
PARSONS carrying capacity, a- to iiutviitnbiUty of innntion.r.rcc. Our ,.
The Great Wholesale the South.Piano& Organ Depotof ILLS Boat is perfectly tight and sails well.Also .-:- "Milile evi-rywhcre.for obtain AUilre.sst-LOl'l-sBAGIiKU?: 1'atrnti" N sent. free(. .

: a good mule, of small size, that will[ (' Solicitors of I'atnt.i, WaaUlngton. U.(;. _

NA V At.ssrNta. W.ntedbe. BATTLES. AfiJ will t<>Ill' l Jl7cku'frt!>*Mood in tfc.ntir*rriWm ia thn an .wll.WiD tab 0118 prLt. work anywhere. For further particulars'
New&mt ftiphic Pictorial History of the pelt Sea fights the For nnq FtmalComplkiaUtbn Pullb...eo'1a". fhjnnu reitond..*U..th_inth!!,,If raegaa..W.euy seeD..bail,b"Nti.11"10 address, It STAR OFrc I TEACHES[ WANTED $1 I 00.,,
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! --' : Young. the meadows,:and Changing on thebranchesof I The Sayings', cf 'Great People f force and weight of character with a ,The Field of Science. ..

.' V/-M 1 J M J- ...the,pfum, trees- in greatbhite : precept,>,expressed or implied. Thus, '
: -
:, The Silver Lining.. garlands of,snow.t George IIL's'sayingS 'are, like his Cavour's remarkable prophecy. writtensevehandtwenty The total population of the United

'.:duI1rc1oudy [daybuf'Lill' -. own image stamped'on,copper; poor1: in years before its. fulfil States is, in round numbers' 50,000,000,
,n yas at. ''The'Puree' of Rupeesj *i expression, but very'5tr Jtly''"t n pe<1. ment, "In my dreams, I see myself already of which 43,476,000 are native born,
put'D. iJ I and GGSO,000 born. The
are foreign
"W.'going?" asked'her A merchant put two thousand ru It was the same with )fNtame'de Pom- Minister of the I Kingdom of I. colored

, OJ + }.* dgoing' -. Pees into a purse, and, hacrng'closed padour's celebrated' expressions of recklessness Italy,"-the ,most impressive cf all about people number 6,632,549 Thus

"I'am to find the silver lining the mouth thereof with a seal; he gave : "A pres' nous; le deluge," a precepts to have faith in great national every seventh person'nearly is a
ibeeloudR'r:>1d61re...1 : :"TTA it to charge 'tq,a.Cazy, and then went saving'which has become part of 'history cravings,-or, again, his expressive saying negro foreign, born.every seventh person nearly

"You Sill have: far, child; on a journey When he returned, he partly from its truth, partly from ,."In politics, nothing is so absurd
,; 1 .its vivid of the selfishness as rancor or "I will have no estate The black magnetic sand that is
yon>friti get wet to received it.from the.Cazy;'sealed up in expression ; ,
Bat :" ght she could run."be- the same manner'as:when he'had deliv- and recklessness which) made it his of siege; ;;anyone can govern with a ,' found in abundance in the washings of. sour

eea'tl drops; at*pinch; and,awayhe ,-'eyed it;J but .upon. opening it, he"'saw '. torical. And it is this quality of per- state.of siege," will do more, to ,keep, gold mines is, by a Lew process,
went over:' hills and through :the 'copper com Instead' of' his'silver.' He tonal! expressiveness which, when the Italy. united, to keep her governments utilized in the manufacture of cast

cbW srross little rivulets; without began disputing with the Cazy, who de- character so stamped is not poor, but statesmanlike, and to keep her people; :I steel direct. from; the sand. Eight

\ .wo 1t: Once she thought she saw it :t nied thatie JUKI shown him the rupee_, has anything, magnificent or noble in it, free, than reams ol argument from men pounds of sand'yield five pounds of steel

gi,1b.t, distance! but.w hen'she; and said that he had received back the ..I"that makes a great saying take, rank less memorable and less potent.Sanitary. The slag that is. left. is .valuable, as

glea niched-it, 'itwas only"a mud puddle. bag, sealed up just as it.was delivered with a great deed. Louis XIV.'s .. .. cement for fire-proof,roofing.

Sbe.asktd of every'one'shrmet,1"Have I I The' Cazy's people drove him away. declaration on his death.-bed to Madamede A liking, for one-story.factories. has

seen UievUver. ..lining,\ ., the The; nianwent to the King, and pre- Maintenon :, "I imagined it morediflicult been developed among the, manufacturers -
To the
,you cure a felon, as parts beginto
clouds?" buiufew had beenso fortu- sehteiji hisgrievance. The Sultan after. to die," as though departure the of New England, and they are
swell part affected with
ate; main ttad'uPrer even:heard of it; pausing a little said to him:- at least must have involved a convul- cloth thoroughly wrap saturated with tinc- being built, in ,many cases where, the

thought she ought to borrow "Go for the present, leave the purse sion of nature ; and Pitt's grand fare- nature of sites permits. They are said
some; ture of lobelia .and the felon is dead.
Jacks beast. stalk, if. she was"gomg with me, and,I,will do you justice." well to power, when he returned,dying, INFLUENCE,ELECTRIC LIGHT to be economical, handy, safe ,and free, and other'advifed-heY toihj.quire *L "The next day he'made 'a small'rent I I from Bath, "Fold up the map of HEALTH.;...The influence of the electric ON from that vibration which looms .impart -
of the man in the moon. in the new musnud(cloth)of the throne, Europe' are excellent specimens of the to tall structures.
health discussed
light on was lately at a
"Ibave selitit oTtEn; q} tmted the and then went a hunting.A sort of sayings which, though contain-
meeting: the Hygienic Society of Hamburg According to the Pacific Medical and
BlrWa that tumbled over a rocky Ferash, whose turn'it was to I* ing no thought at all, nothing but a .
little ,
and Dr. Kruss his views Surgical Journal the death
rate in $
gave on an. '
',tei "in*the summer time,.after the that day in;waiting,' chcn he saw the great consciousness of power )et impress
the subject at some length. He referredto Francisco for, the year ,ending June,
waters are dfteri too scantturn.the.'mill : thusnud.torn, was so frightened that his us more than the most vivid
drought, my the influence of the electric light on 1882, was 21.34., Even this rate, low
tremor. wisdom or the most poignant wit.
andthemillerjdren bodywas all in'a lie showedit '
,;to ,, wheej the human for is) an'it
This eyesight, and expressed his as a.l large city, higher
nb grnm- ncrlhelht1e' another Ferash, and remarked : is why dignity tells for so much in
can gr't1' ,, opinion that it produces' no evil effects has been for ten ,years., The whole
-go'hung'' 'fe bed;till.a.great. cloud1\ _. :'If the King should seeMt, he would a saying of this kind-for, so much .
'.r" the light having violent tinge under number of deaths is, given at 5008, of
its indeed than truth. Burke'sgrand
JWdsliows .silver) Jjn&g, kill me." more, even
comes np> < 4 y circu'i'The light' which 527 were 'the bin meIi.
"Wp bar'* seen> il.. too,". whispered 'I The other.afcked whether any one.else sentence on the hustings, when mast electric i among". ., "
free from the incidental
had referring to the death of another candi- being ,disadvantages The Lancet condemns the article
treestogether when our roots were .had beard of the accident, or seen new
to the combustion of gas in the
'n.-hr and our leaves withered." *And. ; Jhe musnud, and he answered in the date :, "What shadows we are, ,and' female attire called the erinolette.." .,
I of and
-aD the grasses sang its,praises. negative. what shadows we pursue!" makes ,an consumption ar1io'nic oxygen the production It is an impediment to walking inducesan .
1 he considered
of acid its
"I will>;pnt{ you'.a'si1k laddez to go ,"Be of good'liter then," replied be,I even greater impression on the imagination c ,uneven ,bodily temperature, .adds ;

in search. ,.of it," offered the garden, "for, Were'is" in. this- city'a,. Ituffooguror than the other sentence : "I do developments as being a hygienic meavureof another to, the, many burdens,borne' by
spider.*>- '.% '( darner) who 'is perfect masUr. of not know how to draw up an indictment importance. the waist, and bids fair, to, compete'

.'If I ,ceuld find out where'the! rain JiLS;business,' carry the musnud to him, against a whole people," not because DEATH FROM ALCOHOL.-In an im- with crinoline in .encouraging.. a, preva.. ."'.

1Iow bei gins," said Lill "that. would and he will fine: lraw ,it in such a' way it embodies half the political portant paper read before,the kite British hence of deaths by fire.

pay-me''fo!;cl 1"4-sx '1' S htJJ.I" that no one will discover it.," wisdom of the second sentence, but be- Medical Association at Worchester, Dr. Exposure to light. and air will destroy

Can yo'u'Jell'nle'where" rainbow The Ferash went-to the shop of the cause it recalls Burke and his soaring Norman Kerr presented statistics. 'showing ebonite. Strange, to .say; 'merchantsand

begins?'.',.ibe !Basked,: knocking. ate; a Ruffoogur, and told him that if he did imagination more impressively to the all the deaths in his own practice due, others:appear' to neglect'this fact

,!#/ door." 't'I' "' 'that business nicely, he should l1a'ewhate'er mind. Even Lord Chesterfield, with either directly or indirectly to alcoholic and' no' doubt experience 'considerable
'farm-house ;
''1: } he might demand. The Ruff all his thinness and superficiality, causes; and after carefully sifting the loss:! Caoutchouc tubing'ought, when:

"Tea indepd,; tfaidjtbp! pld*' fi[mer, ,, x>gurj required only Ifiilf, at/>dinar, Jut makes his mark upon us directly he begins cases, he applied the result toile whole not in use,to be kept in a dark'place land

.looking over his spectacles; it begins'in the. Ferash gave him a whole dinar,and to delineate himself. "There is a number of medical practitioners in Great in water, ,to' which a.little'ammoniamay .
:: neighbor;Goodwin's, ineado.w,yonder.,r miisnu'd'was'me'ncfed'ancl': certain dignity, to be kept up in Britain. He thus calculated that'40,500 be added" ,\ the rubber begins to
the TO _. ._ .
l'ie tt mfselfi wheqrvtas: in the course of the' night. The next pleasures, as-well as in- business," and persons died anually in, that country show any signs cracking: .':

boy, an'we"nt( bifdinestuig'JJbiit" ; I day the Ferash spread it on the throne. -"Knowledge may give weight, but accomplishments I from personal intemperance. Comparedwith A contemporary'maintains'that' the'-

never'OTghtTiJvto it.1" Every'year ,When the King satin that; 'the inusnud give lustre, and many thiS statement; the returns :of persistent use of'the ,microscope is 'the"

meant to lob seeniit! rirJ'rJloo' Jlad'beenl put to rights he asked the more people see than weigh," paint so" twenty ''colleagues engaged principally only.means whereby the necessity'for V

Jame. But.I've.. over yonder< ,, Terash who had darned it. The Ferash exactly a man thoughtfully and con- among the;middle ,classes. and. not- including change of yeast" in brewing' cat bey ascertained -
:theee forty yeafclJl. G gai'teJVLQtpnshedi. sistently anxious about hospital or workhouse'cases, examination
pretended ignorance, but the King told appearances ; 'and that the
; ,. along the ,highway* him not to be alarmed, for that he had that they; impress us almost as much as show a grand total of deaths wholly must be kept up from'day day; As

without seeing the i'rainbow or the torn the musnud to answer a particular one of Dr. Johnson's vivid self-por due to alcohol. ., of. ,'54,453. (for. 180.BEANS .. soonn- as'the cells are''seen t'becomV

--clon4\\"ilver"li ing.* But.,she;met apeddlerj"who .purpose 'The ,Ferash then named the traitures cf a much nobler, kind. Indeed AS' FOOD.-The nutritive value elongated and lose their round shape1

id'helladtbembothin' %f jiuffoogur, and the. King sent for him, they impress us not only almost as of beans is" very'great-=greater than there is something wrong. > 'llll''
his pack, aiA would S 11 them chip.yj and asked him whether, he had darned much, but for nearly the same reason, almost any other article ,of food !jn com- The' Scitntijic' mtriMn says that the

"As Iti was coming down the valleythis a purse'in* the course of that' year, and that by imaging the man who lived in mon use. Considering their richnesss haulage of our railways now employs'
moran stngmgf-to'myself,:'some whether, if he' hould, see ithe,} should appearances, they throw wp in strong they are probably,the cheapest food we over 17,000 locomotives;and the aggre:

sane} girlbe 9h'tA.u Ck'm J"Tell.m bow' it again. 'He answered, "Yes.:" relief on our minds the recollection of have, but somewhat difficult of ,digestion gate cost to 'run them, such 'as fuel,

her namCj,:andflpjWill.shoWjyou the Tl! ,,ling ,then, showed hilt the purse, men to whom mere appearances were probably owing to the fact water 'oil, repairs4and 'eng ieers .'is

silvery lining of aU the clouds." jvliich he,. new again, and said that naught. that we .rarely cook them enough about $00,000,000, or not far'from $5000a

"o;!1Jn,1 itt: t iI, (b"uV lUoni ..the Cazy'of the city had given it to him Sayings; however excellent',which do and masticate them,.. insuflk-iently., Irapreparing year for each machine. The item_ of

kpow the jrirls: about here. Maybe I ,10 do. not convey in them any selfportraitureare : beans for the.table. they, should. fuel alone, $33,000,000, but the
acl ili> 'ME.;i1i3Jg i l' "t'11 i1 P like' and seldbmi'vividly'associated with their first be weiltopkrtf in and-tl-en thrown
) :' TheiKing; :then sent for Ue.Cazy,. greater portion'of. this !fuel is practi
.you got in your pack; ?," said to him: authors. How many of our readers into boiling water mid cooked until of a cally'wasted. t r '

"I've go t:'a ooF stoclc3e lilie tell ",I had.perfect reliance on your integrity will remember' who it was that said, 1.. **...l11 coi.s>b>teue)-between a fluid! Steel tools sprungin; hardening 'can
) ui tinsel : : ; ,"Nothing is certain but death and and a solid-neither too thick nor too
which 'promoted
yon'; ior ) ge : wt ut..a Von-account of be straightened in tempering:".Hardened
sT b1@lot,nobody canio_ with- you to the dignity of Cazy, I did not taxes ;" or, VWe must all hang together fhiu. They require some acid on them' steel, when not enough to change-*the

-oat:- Ha -d rainbows both singlenmddanhherand be thief. How came else we shall, all hang separately when.eaten, and.sufficient amount o
; your : know you,to a you colorto strawcolor or. purple,;is..aboutas ..
: yQurushowers'tI' ?" ," or even, "It is better to wear but salt to render them palatable. They.
< yourfogs to steal amau's. property, I pliable as annealed, steel when; cold;
than rust out," which last does represent may be eaten with potatoes or other vegetables -
and.voor.lros.roln! a"rare4n- lie answered :-"Alas! my lord, who So pieces warped in hardening can,
voice r fttBt orE 1nb'roid ri .just the energy of a certain kind of : which,contain more starch and
accuses toe ofJhas'V"1 ; while hot, be straightened,with a .ham
imP k d1fro\tP''ttitf orth'roleV ., temperament, but energy so common les albumen rather than with too much,
: ; and mer, or, better witha;!
"I he ;, ,screw-press: ,
here are your.Ndrth LightS and your The King replied : say so, that it marks rather a class than an in- bieud ,or meat.. In .Germany .there is, a without of ,
danger breaking.
then produced; then purse' and showed Franklin said the which beans and ali .
Qcist. p', aW your Fourth of Julys,' dividual. Benjamin : proc ss patented, by
and'!fbur >,toianksgivings i 'i all stowed: where it had been darned. The Cazy. two first sayings, and Bishop Cumber- leguminous seeds are reduced to a.very, Stable-keepers are among the health-

:was confounded and trembled. The i' land the List, but we should be surprisedto fine flour and rendered capable of being iest of, men, and considered, especiallyfree

3 t r: 1 tbeie tiiD ?" King'.sent him., to. J prison, and he commanded find anyone in a,company of literarymen used as food by the most delicate per from respiratory affections,' although -

ukedLi1l:, the owner..of. .the purse to takehis who could have pronounced on the sons. We have samples of this flour, much exposed to.cold and damp.

"I've got" all:.U t r.r II ws." "I. money ..from. him,- and.the Cazy. spot to whom any one of the three was I and 'it is used extensively ;for making Some attribute thisto; the ammonia
tq..plP'T haying no alternative, paid it. The These wortha evolved from the manure piles .and it
"And the silver lining of the clouds, to be attributed. On the other, hand, soup for invalids. soups are ,
too t'- ** L J.. .i" next 'day: the King'- ordered the, Cazyto we seldom misappropriate. sayings con- hundred times as much as beef tea. is said in corroboration that little breast

"PlenyYd it only fiid out the name be" ba '1ged. taining much less that it is worth whileto There is a fortune awaiting any one who amulets of carbonate of ammonia
v1 V if will a flour from beans as perfectas spraying of the throat ,with diluted
of tt t'Wi, eked girl who dared to mock ui ; remember only they vividly por- prepare ,

at old Father Time and then you shall A Solid Y-Sentiment-.:..:-* *)J tray a memorable figure-like Frederick this flour from Germany. Bean soup, quid ammoni, gives sure relief in. bron-

ae Jt.'fJ1 '1..' ''' 1./ t,. >. .>.".:., A worthy wife of forty years stand- the Great's indignant, "Wollt ihr richly made, is exceedingly.delicious and chial attacks.

LiU. on moretfmbeA quickly than e- I inland whose life has not been made immer leben ?" ("1)o you fellows wantto wholesome, and ought to be used Professor'Putnam suggests ,in' his re

four; n' mcvttatiizatui up of sunshine and P ace,*<;gives the live forever ?") when his soldiers more extensively than it is.-Sani- port, as Curator of.the Peabody' Museumof

reached theyyaey; .butshe met witho following'isensible advice : "Preserve showed some disinclination to being tarian. .i.. .. Archaeology, that it will' 'notdo;; to

girb; only an'old woman gathering sacredly the ,privacies of ,your own shot down, or Gambetta's peremptory, I draw too large inferences. 'frtmth: fiIl -

fagots, and a wood-chopPerfellingt'rees. house- your married state and your "II faudra ou se soumettre, ou Flowers_ in Potatoes ng of stone implements.".That our recent

1,( id'-he aud. somebody ans1lUi heart. Let no father, mother, sister or se de mettre_ ," of Marshal_ _Mac-. u A gentleman'..- from Utica in Louisville Indians, he,says. used :many exceed
T.* j 4 ** r :Mahon's "Government of Combat"Thus ingly rude stone implements not be
-cm'I, Abut ifwasiwfc-LUI, brother ever presume to come between who wished to send some beaUti- ,
and yet there was nobody else in sight. yo 'two, or to share the joys or the the most impressive of all ful buds to his wife, was at a loss how questioned. and'even to-day. among- theWester
"Have alone. are probably those of great tribes, stones pickexLup at ran
vjwi seenthe; girl ) hog mocks sorrows that belong to you two sayings to do so. A florist friend said he would '
'f the people -j-f-in: thisalley I ?" asked Build your"own quiet world, not allow- rulers who contrived to embody the fix them. lIe cut a'potato into two dom are,used for various domestic purposes -

LflL, ing dearest earthly friend to be the profound confidence they felt that a and when ,a. camp changed
-1 your pieces and bored holes in them into
"Hays I seen tier?',' repeated the confidant of aright that concerns your life of command was before them, in.a which he inserted the stems of the bud, manysuch'are, left, ,with.other. hings

1rood- hoi ; .- The' oldest inhabitant domestic peace. Let the moments of few weighty words. Julius Caesar's and placed them in a,box with cottonto which are of too"little value Ito be taken

baa never seth6 much as tier shadow. alienation, 'if they occur, be healed at "Veni, vidi, vici," and his question to support them. A letter from the recipient away. From these is evident
i'le'a of it the skipper who feared for the loss of that the ruder implements and utilized
nothing! but<4 'p: 'f> 1."I once. ,Never no never, speak Acknowledged the remembrance, '
: "What dost fear when natural forms certain evidence of
his boat though are not e
Whata and ,
but to each..other ,
queer person! said outside,, ; ; and said that the buds had developed
u W1l r e'does She live?" all will come ri gbt. "Never let the mor Caesar is on board?" or his disdainful into full-blown flowers. There is suffi- the period of development of.the people

(Ii1t istle in the air.perhaps.! .': .11. row's sun still find you at variance. apology for an unjust divorce, "Ca>sar's cient moisture in mood sized potato to 'who made use"."of', -them.. That, aeincamping .
it T -f from out1 are so often to makeuse
"I 'nn : 1CRKXk'C66KiBs.iOne wife ought to be free even suspicion ,forced
g dar) ; ther.'ll be l09k- Ex. t support a flower for two a '
'ingJ!fie'atr'home.:';'sai t rLilt '.i,I ," are likely to be in everyone's moderately cool temperature. Flowers of st Des, shells", bones, and'', withes. .
mouth long as the world lasts. And of rootsor bark; should be considered
came out to find'the silver of the : cup of butteronecupof as : .
lining from bouquets or baskets be
!', 11 is "I succeedednot may preserved in deductions from the ''rude :":. ) ( sugar, three tablespoonfuls so, perhaps Napoleon's, in the jsame The. potatoescan drawing

""You'll be'just as likelto find it AtVretnrned of sweet cream, half a teaspoonful Louis XIV., but Charlemagne," be'hidden by leaves way.or mosses.' I character of.any set of'Implements/. : l
h me- add half teaspoon-- and the same great man's remark,
ap rne the wood- of F tartar, ,
chopper.: .L l.J"", 1 \ t ,( fulot soda; flavor with cinnamon or Imagination rules the world," and, "I. I -'_ i.- i The Government work tinder General

; 4.n> stilt enough; when Lill opened nutmeg, or,if you wish to have them I ought to have died at Waterloo." God is. better, served in resisting atemptation I Ransom,. on the Tr>nt river; in tf&rth

'tJ _;the 'u xt morning, there its very delicate, flavor with extract. of I But the most influential of all great to evil. than' In. many- '* ,"formal'' Carolina; has#'enabled. large' steamers, to

'Bhining onthe: hedges,:-sparkling lemon or,with rose water.TSt. / sayings are those which combine great prayers. go 35 miles, up the stream... .


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L8 &L'ITEMS. .Mimlatnre.Almanac.The .:NEW;ADVERTISEMENTS.n.J'LarirxarinnnrtruLnnr KEW ADVERTISEMENTS.J. .CARDS.

-A brisk norther yesterday'made the. wind is from the NEi, 0 -.. '
& CO .
', Titusville & Lake" Worth.OSTRANDER'S C. NORWOOD & 31'
weather and pleaaat.Coulity&iip. The thermometer stands at.76 at 9 a. m. ; PR1TC1IARD T.

= ." old ierae, for sale at Bun Barometer rises at indicates &09 and seta at Fair.6:43. 0 DEALERS INSTAPLE 'REAL ESTATE AGENTSDGRAT. '

.J. a Norwood. .., &Co... Moon sets at 2:18 a. m. AID FANCY GROCERIES
-Arriving at Norwood& Cora;a fresh Full moon the 21st at9-.44p.rn. INDIAN RIVER STEAMERS! I Titusville, J'Jori't

supply of Groceries of every description. A C.&RD.lhavelOldmyJnterestin. .,-. S. HAIL LINE, Confectioneries, o '

The'Athletes practicing for fa the laGrange Fine Tobaccos and ..
Store E. L. I thank friends The Fast, Light-Draft Steel Hull
tare match games We hope to lee to Brady. my ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. :
them win. and the public generally for their patronage Steamer, ,CIGARS. .,
during jearL I respectfully solicit LaGrange, I'1orf
y -I.arrM: and best selected. stock of ,
the same support for Mr. E.L.Brady "CINDERELLAr'C. Wm. 8 otto A.M.Ttu
shoes ever brought to this marked at LAMPS& FIXTURES TltasrilleFla.
8&UI '
who win continue the business with increased i
Norwood& Co..., 'T.WILL H. MOORE, SCOTT ft THRASHER,
facilities for supplying his customers WOODEN TINWARE. .
Rah are''plentiful this week' On with a full stock of merchandise. Having ample and splendid accommo- ATTOIDn YS-AT-LAW., "
Monday,'mallet were offered to those who dations for Passengers and Freight, and
Very Respectfully, A.BRADY. Meal Corn Sanford :
for : l'Ioi l
would them home. arranged expressly the Mall Service .i
carry, LaGrange, April 28th 1883. and Navigation of this beau- Mr.Scott Is now located atTUutvin;*
-Dr. Cowie, had the misfortune to NOTICE. tiful River, will make regular trips un- @-Real Estate Law lapecla11',.,
lose his hone last afternoon til further notice, between Hay
Thnnday "
B. 7''
I will be at Titusville 30 days, com- C ,
daring,hIi t.absence from this place.We mencing the hat day of Jane, for the purpose Titnsnlle and Late: Worth Tia tie Raplis. .
= learn that Mr.J. E. Thomas Intends Oats Etc. COUNTY SURVEYOR,
of collecting taxes for 1882, after Touching at all intermediate landings, ,
to open a saloon on Main street which time my books will be cloeed. as follows: AND NOTARY PUBLIC. '
soon,: for sale Ales Wines Beer : .,
keeping JHJKTILKK NOTICE. also agents for
Tobacco and Cigars.' ,All transacting businessfor Leaves Titusville, Tuesdays and Fri- Eockledge FkTiyMLYOR .-
persons any '
--oar readers will please read the new which a State and County License is days, at 6 o'clock, a m. Jacob Reeds' Sons, 8. JONES. *

advertisement ,of Messrs. Hart and due and unpaid will please come forward Leaves Lake Worth, Wednesdays and CLOTHIERS,

Smith's schedule of the steamer "Astatn- and obtain such license, said licenses I 1 I Sundays, at 10 a. m; the Rapidsat ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Samples to be seen at store.NOTIONS.
la" in: another column. may be obtained from J. A. McCrory 2 p. m.

-Mrs.James Fritchard: and daughter Titusville, who is my lawful deputy, for :0: TitusvfUe, Florida '

Katie,started on Tuesday for New York that purpose. D. W. McQuAio. .,Passage or freight apply on board. DOMESTIC i FANCY DRY US jyr E. ENGLISH. -, .

city. where ,they expect to spend the Tax Collector for Brevard Co. Staterooms, two berths,$1.:...:.Single berths ,

eummer months, gaing via cbterpnse. NEW ADVERMSEMENT& 50 cents Meals 50 cents each. IIP.nts' CloU JJl' Fnnilsliiiijt Book Notary Public State at Lane; l' 0;,
let 44 tr. Affidavits drawn and all boata M oeaIIWI4.
Remember that Norwood's Hack f
TITUS HOUSE to me promptly attended to.
line will carry you trl weekly to Enterprise FORINDIANRIVER. Office at hit resldeace.Tltuaville .

oooMcfimg with the St. Johns Errfr Titusville, Indian River, Florida.J. J. M. Dixon, Florid
HART i SIM'SHockledge .
steamers far Jacksonville. Fare to M. Stellenwerf, Manager. TITCSVILLE, : : FLORIDA .
Enterprise, IS.'l1Iecdored. i Line. Dealer in D.COWIE.
/&-The above it itridly a Ftrrt-Claa
people from all sections Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
The Steamer, "ASTATULA, Hotel,pleatantlytituatedon Indian Physician and Sargeoi.TUusvilte. .
.f the river had a general jubilee and Fancy and Toilet Articles,

dace last night at the Lad Packing Will leave Sanford and Enterprise, Hirer, 250 win Kutkof Perfumery Dye-. Paints Oils Florldi.
House. '!'biI1I the first successful one every Tuesday and Friday for Lake Poin- JacJaanmttc.Accessible ,
that they have Win a year. sett Landing, connecting at Bockledge Daily by Fine Steamers.To kept by a first-class Drug House.everything g. F. GRAY.

Mr.L. A. Coleman,our butcher, informs with steamers for Tituavilleand all pointson Any drag, medicine or in Watch Maker and JiweHtr.
.. us that he will bring in fresh beef Indian River and Lake Worth. The the Sportsman, Pleasure Seeker, and strument needed by customers
and hand
not on will be ordered. ALL WORK WAXRAXTKD.
Astatula will call Salt Lake for Titus
hereafter. The arrivalof at Invalid this House attractions
only on,Tuesdays presents Prescriptions carefully compounded Work or orders left witlk P.z. w.. r or at
the summer weather and a lighter demand ville on Tuesday's trip. nowhere else to be found in the South. night or day with accuracy and dispatchby Grange Poet Office will TttosrUto receive prompt or with attention.A.Brady.WWk'In as L%.
for beef is the of the RETURNINGWill competent persons. Jy36
cause change. TIlE MANAGES ASSURES HIS GUESTS ALL Tltoaville every Monday.

We call attention to,G.W. Macken leave Lake Poinsett every Wednesday THE COMFORTS Ore HOME AT MODERATE NEWSPAPERS.blerlptloa DR. B. R. WILl ON.

zie's Dew advertisement 'Mack is always and Saturday at 4 p. m. Prompt BATES. 44

getting something new,and he is bound close connections made with daily line Open Summer & Winter. Agency. Will continue the prscflMraf: Xadteiaeui

although it is dull summer time,to make steamers for Jacksonville and all points The undersigned having opened a Titusville and
for the Season. "clnlly,
attractions that will please all his cus. North. Capt. Joe Smith, Opened I

tows 8 tf Manager. ETA man who is interested in his own NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Office at J. M. Dbcon's Drug Store. ,

The President of the "Indian Biver A. L. HATCH welfare will be pleased to know that Will be pleased to receive subscriptionsto A.B.DAWLETD.B.L
Athletes" wishes us to anounce that any

there will be a meeting of the club at DEALER ANDREW GIBSON Periodical or Newspaper published.o Visiting Dentist

W. & Moore's atoreftiseveningat4 GROCERIES.PROVISIONS Keeps the finest oysters to be found in --- Makes frequent trips to Indian BITer,

o'elodvill the meosjen are requestedto I Save time, trouble and expense by applying Lake Worth, Ac. ,

be present Tltusvllle, to CHAS. H. NAUMAN, P.O. Address New Smjroa, Florida.H. .
-We wish to expresss our thanks to DRY GOODS
Subscription Agent, C. BTAUMAff.Justice .
Mr. W.& Norwood: ,of LaOrange, for a -0-

best tf l of fine vegetables, all grown on Hardware and General lerctaniise.> Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. Haulover P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. of the Peace aid

p1ae baa,with the use of the celebrated CITY POINT. Bake,'.Bread always on hand. The Lund House,
"Flew Brand" fertiliser. They were March. 4w 45"THE FLORIDA. notary Public 8tate af....... .
Also a first-class Barber shop attached. *- ,
very fine. Office at the Bant-Over. }
Corner Main Street
Washington Ave.

Mr. F. A. Chappell of LaGrange, FAIR"Appropriately : NORWOOD'SFast Titoavllle, : 'Florida. T. JOHNSON COOIU. d. :
called on us,-.cJayad presented us
Hack Line ---
with ft'kaaketrnl of fine strawberries, very
delicious. They are the"W"aJ on'. Alba named. Pleasant Location, Good Table.A Notary Public, Stat.-at-Lerge- :
\ and f
ay," and Mr. Chappell says he thinks Became of the extensive and varied cosy home for the '
The Cheapest and Most Direct Justice tin:Peact.
they are the best variety for our part of assortment of FIRST CLASS GOODS offered SPORTSMAN '
the State. tiMr. at PRICES which will tempt buyers.' ROUTE INVALID, AND TODBIST. Court day, first Saturday of ads."
.H.J. Faulkner, of Oak Hill, we Always new Attractions, hence,a visit to ToTItnsvllIeand Indian River. -j"SaUboata -- -

learn,has succeeded in getting a majority "THE FAIR" at Titusville, is really en in attendance._ ST. CLAIB-ABKAVS, R L Snnaai. :.
of the voters of that precinct to sign a joyable. CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL. I A. Deisner, Proprietor. Seventh Judicial Circuit. .eaoase.....

..4..... petition of his for a liquor license with A complete line of DRY GOODS of -- i Si Clair jams i Sanafe
the understanding, though that. it be Best Quality at Popular Prices. THREE: trips weekly between the ST. SLOOP "A6HE8
enly for the guests of the Hotel, and uolae Just received, a line of Gent's Linen, JOHXS and IXDIAK BITEBS. commanded by ATTORNXTS & COCKSXIXCa AT ,u."

a regular liquor saloon. Alpaca and Mohair Sack Coats, 75 eta Leaves Enterprise may Monday, Wed I CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAN, ORLANDO FLA.'

The following appeal for help wu and upwards, also White Tests $1.50; nesday and Friday Morning, arriving at ,I Makes regular trips on Indian River. and Will will give practice careful In the attenttoa several to coarta eeOMHsati-oT thY

found in bottle the a good assortment of Neglige Shirts in Titusville the SAM day.Returning. SEE GARROS A FULL SUPPLY OF District and In the Supreme Court at TauV.
a on ocean beach by basses and U. 8- court JaoksoBvlQa. \,
Mr. E.L. Gray,of Ban Gallic,who handed Cotton, Linen, and Flannel made full Groceries,Dry Goods, '
it to us for publication. It may throw and substantial expressly for our trade Leaves Titusville XVKBT Tuesday.Thursday Caaaed Goods ,
@75 eta. and Always ou band aSaoerM mssofl tat of -
acme light on the mysterious disappearance up. and '
Saturday morning, arriving at Hats, Boots and Shoes,
of some steamer that has never been oWe Enterprise In the evening.-Address CO OBB.STKlCTtT .
are still offering inducements in Ladles'Shoea in great variety; Prints aU
heard of since she left her
port W. s. Norwood, new patterns at low prices. CASH.C. .-
Ladies' M :
tamer City of Colombia stuck .ea' and Children's trimmed .
on a
. and untrimmed Straw Hats Ribbons TrnrsviLLE, FLORIDA. Realy-iaie Hunt Met Articles L Brady. -
sand bar; all lost if we don't get help" .
I Laces, Flowers, Ac.t9 ARRIVALS DEPARTURES OF MAILS.From January bt 1383' 1 yr 1C .11
Signed, "J. F. Booney, C. Manton, Enterprise to TltUTille. NOTIONS.

; Waltham, Mass." It bears date of Feb 6.Mr. Bargains in Fancy Goods, Notions,, ,I Leave Enterprise. Monday Wednesday and KV-For the cash only..fX F bridaManufaotureAlAlaa .
and Novelties. Friday at 5a.m.Arrire March W,/a 8m. .

'; = Sherman Adams, of Orlando, is Elegant Glass Seta 4 pieces, 55c and Friday at at Tttusrllle 9 p. m. Monday Wednesday
: still stopping few Leave TttnsT&le Tuesday Thnnday and S. RYDER.,
a days on our river. PAINT WORKS.WJ.3 .
I Stand Fruit,Dishes. with cover, Saturday at 5a.m. -
He returned from Bockledge to this place 6Oeents. Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursday BOCKLEDGE,
two or three da.1IO, and after visiting and Saturday at a p.m.I'rom Has Just received and continues to keep XJf ,t CO.,
Goblets Tumblers and
Wine Glasses, Daytona to Tltasrllle.
-LaOrange today will start for the Halifax Leave In stock a full and complete stock of Groceries'61
cheap Yellow and White Bowls 6d&. Daytona Tuesday Thursday and Satur.
and HUlsborongh rivers,'taking in the day at 8p.m. Boots A Shoes, Hats &; Caps in .
and Arrive at Titusvme
upwards. Thursday Saturday and
entire coast settlement from Oak Hill to Monday at 10 a.m. great variety and General Merchandise ducat MflY-EIED PAID ,
Pitchers, @ 13 c and upwards Leave TlttuvlUe Thurlday Saturday and of every description. Ask for whatever
, Daytona and Port Orange. Mr. Adams, Monday S
Vegetable Dishes p.m. in all shades
[ 10 c 0 and ready forIusedtate '
want. One ;
says that he is meeting with very good Arrive at Daytona. Wednesday Saturday and yon may price to all. Canned
I Old fashioned "Hockingnam"Tea Pot Monday I L m. Goods of
every description .
specialty.LUMBER Vie. {k
success here in the interest of Tie South I .
Plain From Tftosvule .
! and decorated China Tea Sets to Ran Qallle.TttairUle -

. the periodical that. he. .represents. I Bracket Lamps, Reflector, &c., all com., 5 Lea va. Tuesday and Friday aft and grinders ofPure ::1:.\,

t r Betel Arrivals. plete, at$1.40. Tin pans holding from i .u Arrr Po m.* ** Fall 0&We Tuesday and FridayLeave Will be furnished to order on short noticeat Whitfl Lead, i"

pint to IT:quarts. 'Three of the "Biggest" Kan Oallle Wednesday and Saturday
For at a a.m.Arrive. '18.00 thoaand. Dressed lum-
the week per .
i ending May 16 1883.
and"Best" cakes Toilet Soap for 25 cents. atntasvllle Wednesday and Satnr. 4 Colors II/N. ;k
;: LUBD BOVSE. day att p.m. ber from qo.oo to$14.00 per thousand.
, Red, White and Blue Fancy Shelf Paper, oaee and Factory, ito.
J C Hawley, Orange City Fla; D F 10 cents per dozen sheets, Ac, Ac.,&c. NOTICE. LUMBER & SHINGLES '

i Bilk,Savanah G*; M 0 Bumham, Capei We always keep a lot of"GoodThugs" The business of H. P. Wilkinson*Co, always on band. 26 Cress .

i Canaveral Fla,; Orlando Qnarterman, to please the palate, via: Confectionery, was discontinued H.the P. Wnjqysoy hat of January& Co.laat P. M. FISHER.PINEAPPLES. JACKSONVILLE, FtOBIDA.
E Banana BiTer Fla C H
Nauman Haul- Nuts Currants
; Dried Fxuits, Fancy -
i over Fla;J B Williams, '.'Ihi ;"JFBayaand Crackers,Spices, Raisins, Flavoring extracts ftoekletfe Caah lION.I !' New Information of Florlda.o ,

! wife 8t Augustine Fla; L J Carlile, etc.Orders will continue business at the Bock Partite lit pages new matter unto imp for 1881

i N C Bryan, Miss J Brady, Mrs L Hen y ( by malt promptly attended to,) ledge Cash Store, keeping a full line of desiring to purchase pineapple Send six cents to B.C.L iitftTallabaiK
i and Qrqperks, Dry Goods Hardware, etc., plants will please send their orders .
Miss L L :Borer, LaGrange Fla; G. or C. Drew,Jacksonville rTa. ,
W MACKENZIE. during the ;
i ensuing summer which we promptly to E.J. BAW803 '
Sherman Adams, Orlando Fla,; Jas Prit- will sail for aash only at greatly reduced _
5) 8m
chard,wife son and daughter,City;Henry rata and I hevby constitute Mr. W. D. Waveland. O. Fla. FOR SALE!

J{ Wfttton, T B Crook, W Crook Sherwood 1! Roberta my duly authorised agent. daring eutpple plantlcheap for as1w,. A desirable cottage house and lot in

t Firs;W A Baugh,, 8& Sude F1a;; Frank : rm : my absence from the State. All Em ............... Tituaville, also Blacksmith, wheel wright .'
Forster Indian H. P. WTT4i ly IOJf. Wanted.l b and general repairing shop at TituivUte ;
l Biver NarrowMr.Las 1cokledge, April 26 1883 5.2 ... .-
I $ w:'!: a-'t fIr.O s ..f1....ii Ni YWeoT_ Enquire PBTTCHAM &May t-t tf -)

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