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 24, 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.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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tIY., } ,. TITUSYIj L "" FLORIDA, THURSDAY:: MAY 24.; 1883. ,NUMBER; 4. ';.

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t :"l'iJr! "ifassae.asets Yap.ia I could see"is comp ritive1y high and<' thinking how many, thousands at the from $20 to $50, and in the vicinity of instructed to inform the absent members' r

-rf" I., oee .of the Orlando Be- intermixed with scrub. The landis poverty and wearied'by continuous toil, land are held at $200 and even $300 per afternoon at clock-with..( 'implements

)'?I.r ,. .j'.;;' '..:f. not' rich, butit furnishes beautiful might be happy and independent here acre and seem likely to. advance rather suitable for theV',;improvement

b l vu' sites for residences, and I understandthat had they the enterprise and the courageto than to decrease in price, as it is one of the ground.

' f i'fcR" Enterprise one"' beautiful morning route there is good hammock land near by. make the attempt. I think of the many: the loveliest bodies of water in the world, The committee of arrangements": .repor-; .

('t: tijNo'W! s i mail team en There are about two dozen houses in the varieties fresh garden vegetables that I the climate the most delightful and salubrious ted the ground partially cleared for playing -.
the celebrated Indian
{ .. j'un-: settlement-more back in the country am daily eating at my several halting while the natural attractions are ,and $7 was turned over" :to the'TreasOn -

-o .air; 88 usual was refreshing four general merchandise stores, one places and contrast this condition of being added to and transformed by the urer. ,a

jMJny1,a- delicious breeze.swept overffcioNnrtty sportsman's emporium,' one drug store, things with that of people at the North genius of man. Many: who came here motion the secretary. was instructed. ;
: the birds sang joyously, and to order base ball. '
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r a restaurant, two hotels, two school houses in April and early May. Surely here are but a few years ago without a dollar, or ::4
: .. f betokened peace,' happiness was decided.toplay with the La-
.'\;;;->;x -?mrytfcing Passing the high ham- a court house and jail, a small church great opportunities for thousands of pros- with very limited means, are now count- Grange nine on Saturday.afternoon at 3

s prosperity. and and the neatest and best arranged prin- perous and happy homes and they are be- ed worth five, ten, twenty-five and even p. m. .

\caiatstbtheeastof the town some ting office to be found in the State, that ing rapidly improved, while the brightening fifty thousand dollars am informed by On motion J.:C.: Norwood was elected : '
t r1..1I iftli orsflge groves_and pretty lakeetHB6three an Honorary member and the club then f
of the FLORIDA STAR, edited and published prospects of more speedy commu- those with whom I converse. All seem ;
miles entered I adjourned until the next .'
out we up- regular meeting.E
;| by :Mr. E. B. Wager. Jt is a real nication with the outside world and to be happy, healthy and very sanguine B. WAOEB ,
sandy Sec/
high rolling .
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;':?This for about two miles, then .
well worthy of an extended patronage.The in the near future will give a won- this country.
i p.- !ti p ise laid for' two of three (From our regular correspondent.
; east front of the office looks out upon derful impetus to the speedy settlementof About the middle of the afternoon Ole- y
_iDgQateen'l store and leaving W.wmrG ,1.D. po, lhyI.JliTo -
",, the charming expanse of Indian River, this whole section of country. Already ander' Point was reached and quite a
r d.I.o. 'After this a long stretch.of everything there is a Ie Ion and a
: and the ability shown in its management nearly all the available lands have passed crowd of people were seen congregatedunder ;
Ibtro .t. ear"th' St Johns riverdi .time to. under heaven **
then ,
: ensures it a solid prosperity with the from the Government and State into in- the palmettoes to keep out of the
; Piygone'prairie, which occupies said a wise man of Judea centuries
thrMJt many
rain which had commenced short time
dividual hands and a
: speedy development of the country it .so are increasing very
;; furnishes Arid the iDs
and saing'rem true
(Ai' .t'1. .pastur"ife'vfoV. ably represents. I feel confident that rapidly in price. before. It slackened, however, just long ago. as 'as
: numbers, of herds of cattle.Biiteeft''miles it was when first uttered.' From a:,society -
this country will soon be developed and My trip thus far along the far famed enough to effect a landing, and the Ibis
from Enterprise DeepefeBkaterceptaonrlineof point of view'the month'of la of' ?
t... : went on with the mails. A short time of
made much more attractive than at present Indian river has been a pleasant one, not
travel. Thehq&ewts all the months of
t the''rear 'the dullest .
. Nature has done much enterpriseand withstanding adventures mishapsthat waiting, hoping that the rain would cease ,
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the?shore at its driest and Wearied' bodies
deposited on prosiest -
;: capital are required. I have not suffered have attended my course. Learningthat and the regatta was postponed to the
with the St. Johns river, and aching hearts;'languor, lassitude and
"junction as I had been led to expect from there was to be a May Day picnic next day, much to the disappointment of general
h the hones driven under the shade of some unrest come with the muchrioted.
' mosquitoes and other insect pests, and and regatta at Oleander Point, some. many who would have to return. The majority -
that' rise and in breezes and'blo om1 of ?::Furs
:PJ IfflethTtrees singly May; ?; velvets -
miles the south I the however, thought it the wiser .
the people tell me that as the land is be- twenty to accepted f
unharnessed and fed. and ball dresses ,
e ' areVlaid..away- in
ing cleared they are gradually disap- courteous invitation of Capt. Ostrander, course, and so it proved. The sail boats '
A boy boatman appeared from :Mr. Jas- up cedar closets, and with them lie the'dead
pearing and are far less troublesome thana of the steamboat Cinderella, a very genialas were brought into requisition and the
the side of leaves of : ball' '
:ipir Nicholson's on opposite many a room -flirtation
crowd landed at Mr. S.
few years ago. The country seems very well as enterprising and persevering soon
::the river and we were soon across the I The season for'that'particularrkind of'
healthful and the and in the witha and his hotel packed.. A joyqus :;
people quite hopeful, gentleman, early morning 'v?
ereet4; The prairie'extende some three sentiment which finds'outlet-in
dance whiled the time until 2 germans
but I will of away a. m.
no positive opinion numerous picnicers, we
r pr1es 1Jef re'. and to, the south and express company danced together or iat out,in retired corners -'
After breakfast Geo. F. of >
with regard to this Indian river country were steaming gaily down the river, the Capt. Ensey,
M&riroitTis broad of Lake' chats the .
! the expanse at opera; when. the, best
Two Rivers four miles south of
, o;" ; until I have made a more extended tour boat running very quietly and smoothly some '
Barney :Butfew trees are seen the singers their bent ,
on are uttering notes, tete-
where he has fine
and carefully considered all the advantages and making excellent time, notwithstanding Rockledge a pineapple -
pnlbriejbr along the river banks. The land a-tetes in darkened drawing rooms atthe. ,
and disadvantages and circum- a strong head wind. Capt. O. and grove, invited me to accompany him
:b low and covered with water in places,' every hour of five o'clock tea, and the interchange -
; stance that may be of interest to those myself were discussing the merits of his to the regatta grounds in his pretty yacht sentimental
'wfeik the to the height of much nuneense'about
wire grass grows .
the Lizzie H. and later to sail the
: desiring particular inf6rmation in regardto fine steamer and the ,many adverse circumstances '
At the "best friends"
fourd'fice.feet. high water and
jolly fellowship
, contested with him both of which ,
; course ,
this section of "Sunland. that it had taken him several '
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,Bt: ."- ..&oda'iJIe'.hole. country sever IX months to overcome to get the Cinderella invitations I thankfully accepted. Dr. is now past and gone. One:party!;or the; w rtsi

miles of i other is the: 'broad., F
IIJ.bo1lUWO progte.aud pretty' certainly on ,
Seated on the'grass by the edge of the. along the coast and into Indian river, and Holmes, of City Point, kindly tenderingme '
we strike a spur of hammock extending Atlantic, and the one who is,left behind
rocky beach of the beautiful Indian River, I how that all obstacles being overcome he a huge rubber coat to protect me from "
i r from the': north Half a mile is philosophically preparing for Jresh con: -
beneath the umbrageous shade of cabbage had now commenced his contract for car- the dashing waves that occasionally beat ; '
aid ire are on the prairie again, half way quests at Newport 'or"s.iat No
. over the boat. The day was a lovely one,
the U. S.
, palmetto and the wide-spreading' moss rying mail from Titusville to
.from Enterprise to Titusville, and under great damage has been done by ,the :'winter's
with stiff breeze from the north. Twelve
covered branches of the lofty live oak, I Lake Worth, when a rumbling and grind- a
'theiitade'of some oaks, is the team thatkstfcaae skirmishing.' A little bloom rubbed y
listen to the swash swash of the of the if the boat sailing craft of varied description compe-
hitter soothing ing machinery, as were
}, : from the place to meet off; perhaps slight infusion of bitterness
ted for the prizes, which were far
and feel renewed in mind bar and the more
waves strength passing over a rocky Captainand '
: eta,,j|<5sjt hearty. luncheon while ,thedriven elegant and substantial than I had in the sparkling cup of pleasure are' all
forward expected.
and body as, shielded from the l e-giv- myself sprang and into the
are changing baggage and pa eeJ1- that the gayest of gay seasons has left be- ,
beams of the the delicious What shattered They were perfect beauties, in fact
ing genial sun, engine room. hopes, -
: ;Vin;ad ire are oft'.pm into the dozen hind it; rs'.
Never, probably, was a more jolly and
breeze and and rustles what there! The
over by me disappointment was
sweeps ,
:'w tiloie of flatwooda that lie before The appointment of Secretary Folger's :; .
amid the luxuriant vegetation. Merritt's main shaft had broken square off in the harmonious party assembled. Every one
it.t haveprogreBaed some four or son in the Bareau't of ;.Engrafingand 'f
1 yr r Island. which is fast being covered with inner bearings. The engine was stopped seemed on their good behavior. No row-
!tie milei from Deep creek and have just Printing caused good deal of '
,34'i a: surprise:. 1.J'
dyism no vulgarity, no shocking profan-
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beautiful and profitable fields of deli the fires put out, the fast accumulatingsteam ,
t{lifttrtsoioe fresh_cigars and are chatting Good will and seemedto The appointment is said to Be) on1y"tem.ponuy -
ity. good
cious lies the water blown off; anchor thrown out temper
pine-apples, across an ,
.pks aUyjttncon8cioHs; of danger or mistMrke -, but that is rather-:1Jing.; in the }
and all .
reign though were ,
about a mile to the east of me and extends and signal made for the little steamboat supreme r
7 bare of the mules,' goaded to face of civil service.reform, which,seta its '. ,
intent the coveted
I told about 20 miles to the Ibis R..U. intelli on winning prizes *
am Capt. Wrighta. very
,{.... by,tile flies that were maiiatofmulemeat face against these stop-gap appointments.If .
none a disposition to gain them
north and about the same distance to the gent and industrious colored man of Ti- ,
"'" Jiii'tli a des- Secretary Folger's is out of work ,
; gave | son ,
by unfair means. It was, in fact, a
south. ,At my feet are'garden beans tusville, and who has carried the mails on
jeate kick+ throwing her weight on the it looks like an abuse of power to put him
of the best citizens from all
with and blossom that this river the well meeting parts, .
; pod are growing past eight years, as as '
-fobaad it broke oft'an plunged some 'who down in a soft place in the Treasury: UIH
of the in call-
country, now delight
wild unaided the cultivator's art. To We had
by many pleasure parties. passedthe
-Jin?feet! t.otbe.ground, arresting our something better turns up.&cJet s
Florida their home for of : ry.
ing a day joy-
the right and to the left, as I sit gazing Ibis a short time before and she soon '
;/i'. t :A pleasant situation; brokenuges'awq and renewal of Folger is reported to have heardsome':
ous sport acquaintance.One 4
the of water out of to She also "
upon lovely expanse came our rescue. was carrying -
i !t:"" from habitation rumors that the President; dissatisfied -
...... any after another the boats the rv
'<<. -a which the fish leap in frolicsome glee, is a party to the.picnic. The mail bags sped up '
.. with
f; ielliag .which to make repairs.e river and tacking came down past the .. with him andto have onered his..resignation .:
- a stirp of cabbage palmetto, with here and a few passengers were transferred, I '
: i:
aa tN.weee B&harnessed and a boy stake before the.wind. The last week to the President;, who',declined -. ,
and there oak that extends and : of the fortunate number load- starting course .
sPdrEriEeoue; an up being one ,
: 'and sent back to Mr.t'a'i to it. Troubles
; accept are.,coming
four mile to be sailed twice. There
was a ,
her almost the water's and !
down the water's to
along edge forming an ing edge
for, nails and wire, while. we serious One boat the so thict.and''ou. the 8ePre&&' =
was no mishap.
excellent wind break against the severe we slowly pursued our way. Capt., W. B.
% ourselves best Two would not be ,"if his
jM a we might. Emma, Capt. Irwin Hiscock, of Rock- surprising : 'I, courage
this-coast Moore of Titusville of the
blows that occasionally'Tisit joint owner
Tsa i
_and the boy returned with occasionally failed, 'him;: but; nothiag t
ledge capsized just
of flowers Ibis who his fine flat bottomed 3
+ In my rear are beautiful blooms was sailing -
;. atwoirnereragain to ride a mule and bailed short of absolute physical disability 'will ,
righted out
was pluckily
l't t\ :;':Another half hour and we of oleander and magnolia, rose bushes, sloop the Nonsense, down to the re- drive him out of the Department "
and went her but much ;
well where he took the first i on course, was so ,
:W and' etc., groves of vigorous fruited, or- gatta, prize for
, were on 'our way, des- behind the others that the last part of her The Preffldentthis'afternoop.: appointed.
'j tote ange trees and others of non-bearing age. second class yachts, was near at hand and ;
| .wei that threatened to makes run was made with little wind. Of Mr.Charles'Lyman chief 'clerk; of :the ;
..;. Also,limes, lemons, etc. Choice plats of soon came aboard with a supply of life Treasurer's 1'the
s npleasant; the usual accidents office to be chief examiner

..-1.:"htoodsl... ,flatwoods. !! flat woods m!! The pine-apples,uninjured by the winter frost preservers from the Cinderella and an- course to other boats trifling, but nothing worthyof happened civil service omDiis on. :Mr.;Keim's j
well laden with delicious fruit half to choring the Ibis'boat made the Nonsense
: :;!8 went down just as we emerged from mention. It was a lovely sight and name was ,withdrawn at his own>request, .
:< two-thirds grown, may be seen; sweet fast astern. Later in others and
t1l t stiles from Titusville, and we one never to be forgotten by the partici- and the appointment 61 MrULyman. was
'r*,* potatoes spread their leafy vines. over myself found a seat in her more pleasantthan
made the rioomInenditionofth.
ihighpine'ridge with frequentdeaungs''tud the first of there is on civil -
pants.About July ..
: other, fields, and luxuriant bananas are on the crowded steamer and we had service '
orange in varied commission; Mr/Lyman served ,
groves to be another at Titusville when .
laden with just ripening fruit. Here and an elegant picnic lunch. She also made ..
.", < development 'Ff' the 'roadAsire craft from all parts of the country will in the army during the war{and, .was appointed y
there is a pawpaw with'its symmetricalstem landings from time to time to inform the .' ieeond ...
dusk,the ridge. seemed narrow, be admitted. to a clerkship in the .auditor's
while other tropic and semi-tropic waiting people along< the banks of the ,
T"isj phWFF jine lands covered with saw '' the Cinderella.I The high banks afforded a fine view of office; Treasury department;!. in '

>.( uetto.and occasional grass ponds and growths show themselves in varied pro mishap the race course, but the cupola of the 1864. He' was .subsequently: promote >

.. ;icrtlioles.' ''LiGrtnge was passed in the I. fusion. found Capt. Moore a very pleasant Ryder House, at Rockledge, was pronounced to be assistant chief of the stationary div

.toft,.bmreOI cannot how describe it, but; As I sit here in this pleasant retreat I companion and learned that his gem of a a location unequalled for observationof Won, and in 1877 was mad. .chief clerk 'r
'. ,1- :h, Bpoked of as an attractive reflect what beautiful walks could be boat was built in Boston, Mass., and that all the varied movements and of the' of the treasurer's office? 'This position he

'. :' made along the high banks of this beauti- he used her in travelling from place to surrounding country.To has since held. .He wasi aave' Iem-.

f morning's dawn at Titusville.from ful river that, nearly as straight as an place along Indian river, making purchases the STAB of Titusville, Mr. E. R ber of the board of'civil service*' examiners ,

.....taaada of,the,Lund House, kept by arrow, extends for about a hundred miles of fruit, he having a rtore at Titusville. Wager,editor and publisher, must be accorded under Granftadmioisfrati n/' BbVidid

', A-.jolly: landlord, and a well along the east coast of "Sunland," South He even ventures into the open sea with true newspaper pluck'and' enterprise some hard '''0rL .The'appointment is

, aId very pleasant hotel-was char- Florida. Also of the wonderfully produc- his craft, she having been sailed here in giving a column and a half re generally'acknowledged to be'an''ecel-

; .tt. .WVuL .,The broad expanse of tive capacity of the long though narrow from Boston on a pleasure trip.I port of the race, including a tabulated lent one. *

f. :' d iffier;'the'tiro steamboats and a stripe of hammock that Kane its shores, of find the river banks to be high and time table. To do this he had to beat Senator Beck stopped in the 'dty today '

1G1 t.. arillOle.ltboata: at the several the varied productions that thrive here, lined with cabbage palmetto and oak back to Titosville against strong head on his way to Kentucky to attend the

"iw I'!" : ;;X'l.2"! oR..,,_... anchor in the. _stream_ the of the immense fields that are being set trees, a strip of hammock extending near- winds and in a dark night High praiseof Kentucky Democratic t aiventioa'which'is

::, r-<> wildfowl and genial de- to pine:apples and for which an annual ly the whole distance on the west side. : the STAB is heard on every hand' and to be held next Wednesday The:Senator ,

<. .t tosphene produced averypleasThe income of $1,000 an acre is claimed as the On Meritt's Island, to the east, the banks. the reputation for energy thus secured had not yet found time to :read 'the

?c .. < ,, shore sandy, but cultivator's reward. I think, too, of the are lower and the banks mostly pine. will I feel certain,ensure him many du- published statements of Seaat r'.' Sherman :

); ? JI!fast aboye.; the water. The delicious oysters that I have eaten with Houses are seen at intervals on both sides cats for subscriptions in the >near" future. and H riD'respectinf j the .proceedings -. '

* ".<,"!, toga knot[ incorporated) pre- such relish in this section of the countryand and occasional fields of pine-apples. Few RRrltvl' in the'Senate on'the Tariff..BUI,_. and

::!".. \.t'_' IL.'Ril'mMa..n_.....,''but aug. that grow so abundantly as to impedethe orange groves are seen on' the island as _.e.. the merits of that measure ,:as: it' 'finallypassed.

' '' ;;S,.;VI \\1 ties for the future, progress of vessels in some channels. the Lick of protection from the ,strong Frocee4iMtofte ".&wet..." :He aid;'he" should .read both "y

,,.I"' ';!;or;,l"'"":: a facit"ties are what Also, of the many varieties of excellentfish sea wind is unfavorable to fruitage.The .A ,,call,.meeting, of the. Indian River statementa; '1 'ewefoUjiViM*;jf: he gr

'; !:i.s f#>-.: .,' ,, 'MN_..1' cJaem. for 'oommnltk that reward the efforts of the fisherman land, however, is held at $50 per acre, Athletes,'was held at.W.B.' .Moore' store found them to-contain such.'nott4in'as, i'

7.''' -: fie o.fIide'world are In and the catching of which afford and should past experimentr in pineapple on. Thursday; May:Uth J883.,>i*informatio >; .:tofibe '"

..,' W 1riUwork, marvellous'chan5iek -. such port to the pleasure seeker* t culture: prove 'suceesrfnl will, 'soon The minute* of the previous .meeting. found in tkentk*.'will .takel istpya.-

-I; "''f'''' *WiV _"**' ., ,Ail note the scattered habitations that double in ''price, On the'mainland,or were read by the secretary and appeared: lion to make and pabliih'tt fatw- >al'aI. .'
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? iifl. 4 I Jtsr from the townJ&e as line the banks of the"river I can.not help west side of Indian river, prices range On motion, the member prwent, were r' AUGUST, : .. .
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:"', 'lher.fiaorestaalaeae.r A dim aBsbadserle. to world*soared around.- The foDowinf.clipa'iromwDarsorutare and-it is supposed .that"this :new Industry JK; Colte.At ..*..- -

4: ; IIanMit... _'.:'Iv yexb c ray.. interesting, as are aH matters foundin will be a very profitable one. Smith the two lower classes have "How much will I need!"7iit \ ,
6raelee sr. .that beams Vy night o day, Some twenty ostriches 'have been froil thirteen to sixteen hours recitations shopping husband of-a :
"- .<.8d; oeat,'.erstar, kboms.t1 v the columns of this valuable magazine dry...'-:
'<< -l..W.\: .... brought'from Southern Africa; and weekly; the upper classes from twelveto "That will depend 1lpOJt tile :

kiosk' IB.ooom row one eternal' race. : have so far taken kindly to "the glori- sixteen, and the juniors are supposedto of yards you require," said tIIi '
God- --MT.-'"f---rat--etamil! 1.r. Tinl- keep:, The Falee Prophet. ous climate of California." The :fe do most work. Wellesley insist on with icy sarcasm. ,

Ifee,E e -:All eaetat tlamben not nor A fierce religious excitement has males have commenced laying eggs. sixteen hours in the first two years, "Hum 1 1 suppose so. 1 _' '

All tlrhsp.'-' r tome Lofty Soul.. taken possession of some of the wild These last are formidable in size, for moderating to fifteen for the latter years. goods to make a dress :'

Yon ever realer. at the sees roll tribes in Southern Egypt. They are they measure four inches and a half in The average, to be exact, is fourteen and -I mean for-my wife :

I rUnnat:Bert' a but death kope cessation' action l -b glory ecay-.-play; led by a person named Mahdi formerly lateral diameter, and seven inches in one-third hours weekly. Specials are mered the luckless shopper onq\'"''-, "

a boat-builder in Dongola. He has longitudinal diameter. They weigh allowed not less than ten nor more than "I think twenty yards I
i tTJII'I void;., The glorious that 'WO dw
:- :" ed ;. power, already conquered a considerable part three and a half pounds. A new egg i is seventeen hours. Vassar prescribes for answered the clerk, measuring

Tfcie aufbty JabrkTof&e skies aDd planned of Central Africa, and has, so far,baffled laid every Alternate day, till ninety eggs all students fifteen "periods" of forty before him mentally and thtaq

: i .The That ar.deck hi&ecturala1ories each world and;far ornament and near.. each ,all the Egyptian armies sent are collected. It is believed that in minutes each, weekly, with a sprinklingof his wife was of the same Pieee."Bl.wondey

.Alaere... -. against him. The false prophet professes time these birds will be quite commonin elocution and English, additional.The cut it off?" ,
: Is constant in its work'supreme, .sublime, to be a good Mohammedan, but a wild state in southern California, limits for ambition and wearinessare "I-I haven't decided
on the
la restless glory through resistless time. 1'JI\1A.1t'
he has improved on Mohammed's mat Arizona, Sew Mexico and western twenty and ten periods. Two periodsare said the perspiring buyer.. uWJi
s There is no nit in all the realms of life. rimonial theories by taking unto him- Texas. Ostrich hunting is said to be allowed for preparation of each the new shades-have t
Man is an epitome of endless strifeThe you
if heated words which drop from'human self four hundred wives instead of the capital sport, but the great value of the recitation. In Vassar and Wellesley, them ?" ani,of.,

:.i' four which the Arabian impostor animal exists in its feathers, which all classes are considered about equally: "We have them all "
The breath the lips and fills the
puts sufficient. He is said to have furnish plumes for female e
"r longs thought headgear. hard workers. with emphasis,; "our senora D iet S

Each.' heart-throb, 'each, pulsation every already over fifty children. This African Among pther colleges, Cornell leads just sent us several cases 'of cnis

x, ,Of joy thrill or aoftow:leaves bim restless still. Brigham Young must be a very I I The Engineer at Concert. the way with an average of eighteen strawberries, molasses and milk;
clever fellow for he gather great a hours
can required, the juniors indulgingin raspberries'squeezed
1'bereli no rest;nor can rest e'er prevail; gooseberries Pci.
,The world in.motion mountain, forests armies and wage successful wars with "I was loafing around the streets last the largest, the seniors in the least ted leopard,mud turtle,bullock's hSTwall

The wondrous:Ta1 oceans'restless currents roll very badly equipped troops. Someday night," said Jim ,Nelson, one of the I number, while freshmen, on fifteen lizard" ,

Around the'sea-washed world from pole to he may meet an English army, and that oldest locomotive engineers runninginto hours, are the hardest workers. At "I don't think she would like'&i It
pole: will probably be the end of him; but, New Orleans, "and as I had noth- Yale sixteen hours is the lower class interrupted the shopping husband ,
The cwudl the storm,the darkness and the tfce
light at present, he is the most powerful of ing to do, dropped into a concert and average, which, curiously enough, increases tastes are very quiet ;have you'saidorimouse
z ,Proclaim. the resistless force and restless African potentates, and is supreme in a heard a slick-looking Frenchman playa to seventeen for upper classmen ; ?" ,' , country as large as half the continent of piano in a way that made me feel allover University of Pennsylvania men work "That's old," said the clerk; "ifj

peace, the world in stillness Europe. in spots. As soon as he sat downon least as a freshmen on eighteen hours, shelved long ago." -'

M*. JDQ' the stool I knew the he handled and,hardest as sophomores seventeen "Perhaps have
jIo And awful irlence,pass the:years way: by way ; you its antHheaii>
.. Long centuries hide in Time's eternalbreast. The Great Bridge. himself that be understood the the number drops to sixteen in the third "It's what ?" asked the clerkVu to

F. Peace" ....'.stillness., all but" never rest The East River Suspension Bridge machine he was running. He :tapped year,and finally rises to seventeen again.In reached under the counter for somethi&r

Rest is the mildew, the cling connecting New York with Brooklynwill the keys away up one end, just as if the Arts course the scientists average, to protect himself with. T-

: .Hope's- durt.Gambetta's faded.' ashes and, Love's soon be opened to the public. It is they were gauges, and wanted to see if by dint of "lab." work and electives, "The contrasting shade-'errand

t one of the great engineering works of he had water enough. Then he lookedup the startling number of twenty-two, rat ?" : '

k the modern world, and injsome respects as if he'wanted to know how much hours, most in junior and senior years. "Is there such a color?Inquired .

Oratory. surpasses anything of the kind in all steam he was ,carrying, and the next Amherst follows with an average of : clerk hoarsely. *

-. history. It has been fourteen years in moment he pulled open the throttle and sixteen hours,which,under the influence. .I "It's the very newest-Jut .from

The' chief. secret of Gambetta's. power I building, and will cost when completed sailed out on the main line, as if he was of upper-year electives, swings from I Paree'L" "

"a. an orator :was that he allowed hiss fully eighteen millions of dollar No a half an hour late. II fifteen to twenty. Seniors do most and "We haven't got it,"! :moaned;tie
emotions to airy him along with them. "You could hear her best work. At Brown too seniors do
doubt much of the money spent has thunder over wretched clerk, "and every WOMB
tt ,as ateaoingiy-helpless as a leaf in 'the been wasted, and it is :open to doubt culverts and bridges and getting faster most work on sixteen hours, which is town will want it;" and he welt. oc
of the arts
tempest.' He employed none whether it will ever be worth to the and faster,until the fellow rocked aboutin the same with all clases except juniors, and suicided. -

+' of oratory,-none. 'of thoee studied gestures two cities what it has cost. In time, his seat (like a cradle. Somehow I they having seventeen. Bowdoin pronounces ., .
which are the stage carpentry of doubt will be thought it was old '36' pulling a passenger the fresh her hardest workers.
the tribune the sheet anchor of medi- .no Brooklyn annexed to Giggles and Grins., .
:; ; Sixteen hours with
; and getting out of the way of a an hour rhetorical
New York; indeed, both cities are crow I the
ocrity. Gambetta's characteristic eloquence work Some Sayings Clowns of the
substantially one, for there would be 'special. The fellow worked the keys are required through the course.
the of it I Press. ,
was langnage passion
; Harvard's elective tt.jg
on the middle division like system makes it
no Brooklyn were it not for the vast ,
{, was not, until his whole being was business of those who control the com- and then he flew along the north end of difficult to give any average. In the A Utah paragraph speaks ofYma

.j 1 shaken and convulsed by the storm merce centered on Manhattan Island. the line until the drivers went aroundlike first year fifteen hours are prescribed. who "narrowly escaped being ear-

.within him that the jeers of enemies : When united the metropolis will take a buzz saw, and I got excited. Sophs have two hours weekly in rhetoric, tridgeized. -

; were silenced. and, men who detested his rank as the third city in the world in About the time I was fixing to tell him and six themes a year; juniors have Did the days of Daymen equal, tilt

'S principles grew pale with excitement population, and the second in commer- to cut her off a little, he kicked the six themes and four forensics seniors four Knights of Pythias ? *
and surrendered themselves for the time forensics. In these The best place to have a boil hu ten
cial importance. Thegreat bridge will dampers under the machine wide open, years electivesrange
being to the: magic of his influence. I from discovered. It is between "John"and
always be an object of interest to the ,pulled the throttle away back In the eight to twelve hours. Four _
was in th chamber of whe "
J' deputies
,. traveler from abroad.Bartholdi's. tender,and Jerusalem jumpers I how he full courses or their equivalent in full and OhReffly.
.. Gambett. ='delivered one of his last great did run. I couldn't stand it any longer, half courses, are required. Most full A fashion item says gentleman's card*
cpeechesj f He walked, up the steps of I are larger than last Tho tfot.
.. and yelled to him that she was 'pounding' courses take three hours,some two; most : year.
::0- the tribute listlessly;his face was unusually Statue.It on the left side, and if he wasn'tcareful half courses take one. The number of we have been playing with lately are
i flushed; he seemed oppressed by is clear that Americans not the same old size and barf
he'd drop his ash pan. hours is not restricted.In the upper years, just as u *,
...' tthe' summer heat and doubtful of him dominated by sentiment. A syndicate "But he didn't hear. Xo one heardme. there is thought to be more earnestness, ever to give up both bowers and the-

.'; self. He commenced speaking slowly, of French capitalists have offered to Everything was flying and whiz otherwise the work done is about the ace. :'

:: almost hesitatingly, and in such a low place a gigantic statue at the entrance zing. Telegraph poles on the side of same for all years. At Princeton the aver A little three-year-old girl, whiteiff'

; voice that every head was bent forwardin : to the New'York harbor which would the track looked like a row of cornstalks, age is fifteen hours,and the freshmen takea mother was trying to get her toaiep' .;

w order to catch his words. There was I: be one of the wonders of the world. the trees appeared to be a mud 'bank, larger number. Freshmen and juniorsdo became interested in some out dl.,

no mighty swing- of the, .axe against the All they have asked in return is that a and all the time the exhaust of the old most work and sophomores the least. She was told that it was caused br t

r.. w .tree.be_ edtofeUbuta.di1atoryclip- pedestal should be provided costing machine sounded like the hum of a -Atheism.t cricket, when .she sagely .obKrn :

to those ,who expected to see the This matter has been before the publicfor my tongue wouldn't move. He :went Naples. An Austin boy came home-''froav
giant rush at once to his task. Presently school much excited and,told:biI-.
several years; the statue is finished, around curves like a bullet, slipped very ;
a some murmurs arose the house,someaoofflnafrom but not more than one-third of the eccentric,blew out his soft plug, ant father that he believed all rmraaa'toiflp

; tbereactiGnary Gam- money for the foundation has been sub down grades fifty feet to the mile, and Xapleshas half a million inhabitants, were descended from apes. which oadt'
dilated tile! red hue of such as they are. Naples is quite the the old mad that he repUel
f 'betta'.DOIttUa scribed. Yet our descendants will regard not a confounded brake set. She went man so
his face changed to pale olive,his fingers this great statue of "Liberty En by the meeting point at a mile and a proper place to visit, on account of Mt. angrily : "That may be:the can'tift
k' T clutched the rostrum nervously and his Vesuvius and the view of the bay. but it ain't with I teQ
lightening the World" as a modern half a minute, and calling for more you, me- can 700,
voice at each successive period rose to a analogue of the famous colossus of steam. My hair stood up like a cat's You will be gladder to get out of itthougr that, now." .

t higher tone. Trash interruptions, Rhodes, which was considered as one of tail, because I knew the game was up. ; than any place you were ever "In our country," said the JBngu>|K;

in whiehp.n.t'tqIItheomtorcaUthtaome' the seven,wonders of the ancient world. "Sure enough, dead ahead of us was in in your life, not even excepting tL* man, as he leaned back in:.1 hj chair

bitter personal allusion. Then he began Can it be that our people have a silentmisgiving the headlight of the 'special.' In a dazeI station house. I do not see how an "before,we marry we arrange to *#!*>

I to pace tribune like a caged as to whether liberties we heard the crash as they struck, andI American can live In comfort in any a certain sum upon the wife." "-y*>.

;:, lion., His massive head was thrown I enjoy here are of a kind to be imitatedby saw cars shivered into atoms, people Italian city, owing to the notions of I know," replied the American, "b11

1. back and his"eye flashed defiance, while the rest of the world. ? mashed and mangled and bleeding, and cleanliness and decency that are pecu with us it is different. It is,after rare

period after.period was thundered forthwith gasping for water. I heard another liar to the country. But Xaples is the married that we settle everjttot;;

,: such a volume of sound as to crash as the'French professor struck worst. Squalid children make the on the wife and",arrange to. beat oar
M. de the Great.
drown the:rising tumult. From thet tlithe Lesseps the deep keys"away down the lower streets hideous from daylight to mid creditors." "Haw I I see. And how'

moment and for,, fully an hour afterward constructor of the Suez Canal end of the southern division, and thenI night. The houses seemed to be turned do the creditors take, it?" IVBJ-

} the chamber was spell-bound. lives fifteen years longer he will figurein came to my senses. There he was at inside out, back foremost, and all domestic never find anything to take." *

,i. history as the great canal digger of a dead standstill with the door of the and toilet operations to be per A Harvard student Was called to ac*

I'(., the modern world. He is at present fire-box of the machine formed upon the streets. I count for having styled the professor rf.
!f- A Lost Locomotive. engaged in studying the plans for a open, wiping : admitted
Hebrew "a mule. He
The first
lower class
... the perspiration off his face, and bow classes are no more than
:) I canal across the Isthmus of Malacca, a ; half civilized. having made the mark..but
I ing at the people before himIf I live They repudiate and reject
J' .A locomotive ran through a broken work which, if carried out, will abridgeby to be hundred years old, I'll never for utterly commonly accepted notionsof said he intended it as a complin k

t f bridge on the Kansas Pacific Railway, four days the voyage vessels plying get the tide that Frenchman gave mon e delicacy. They are as' primitive inmany "Explain yourself," said the protean

across Kiowa creek, several years ago, between Europe and the East ria the a piano. of their ways as if they had livedin "Why, a first-class mule is necessarily",

'r ; sinking into the mud at the bottom, and Suez Canal. Some time since he was the time of Moses. One of our party good Iie-braycst." s

f has never since been heard from,though revising a scheme for cutting throughthe saw a woman spinning with a distaff '

1 repeated efforts have been made, by dig Isthmus of Corinth, in Greece ; then A Tea Drunkard. precisely as women did in the days of Department
to valuablea again be has been actually employed to An order issued by the Postoffice
ging and boring, recover so Homer. The lower stories of the houses
a piece of property The bottom is quck- begin the engineering works which lookto often have no windows towards the several days ago, to place
The term "tea-drunkard" Electord
, the flooding of a large portion of the known the list of frauds the Portable -
have limits
sand, but even quicksands street. A door furnishes the *
i and it seems very singular that the long desert of Sahara with the waters of the throughout Russia, and implies, not the air. Inside of one such light an Light Company, of Xo. 22 Vat
room a whole
abuse of robur
or any spirit distilled from street Boston by Postmaster
Mediterranean the object being to was revoked
has failed to find ,
est boring-rod any family
supposed to find their
the herb but that the dwel
which cheers groUDd.that
cup the
General Gresham
create a great inland sea in Northern on
trace of the sunken engine. By-and-by ling place. In brief
intoxicates alse if adhered they live like rats sale *
e- zealously to. the article advertised for
Africa and thus vast stretches
the silent mysterious operation will rescue in hole.
a When it is
Strong tea is well known to be necessary to cook ." defraud
a ,
powerful not a scheme artifice to
! of territory from sterility. Atthe same or
r and harden it into
drain the quicksand they set
up a sort of little furnace "
f though fleeting excitant of the nervous ,right within the of the statute.
time M. de is hard at work meaning
after the Kansas Lesseps on
!<; lock and then, long out in the street, and broil or bake
the Isthmus of Panama to join the system; and if the reader likes to as .
;; Pacific road has been forgotten and the the case may be, before the gaze of all
l ,Kiowa creekhas vanished from the map, waters of the Pacific with those of the make the experiment let him drink a .the world. I judge the women comb The Treasury Department decide i'
dozen or fiteen of tea in the Russianstyle
f future'clentist will discover a Gulf of Mexico. A wonderful man is cups their hair i i8 DJt
some that is without only on high saints' days that, under the new law, 'it .f
cream or
* .curious piece of mechanism, undoubtedly this great French.-engineer. but flavored with a drop of lemon sugar juice,, They cannot perform the operation for necessary to efface the carved figures 08";

,T the, work:'of -human hands' lying Ostrich Farming. in the space of a couple of hours, and themselves, either, apparently. Neigh a vessel's main beam showing the gr:*|

fe'I under so many hundred feet of gaud he may arrive at the conclusion that bors' wives club togetheras it were, and tonnage, but that the amount of the a1}
atone i.D'cfwm the fact as a basis of A tract of hundred. and forty acres comb another's the
VM there is something rational about such one hair, sitting in the tonnage, which shall oleo' be .
VniatiTig' how million years oldthe of land has been secured at Anaheim, front doors for istered .y:
many a friendly gossip mean- tonnage, must be caned .ur-
an epithet as tea-drunkard after all.
.. human race must bt. CaL, for the purpose ef breeding os- while.-Ex. the beam as welL"
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the i says Bog- ,
by .
Jk .(;? ... t8 uaoemnpuded Fitzgerald.
a '*" CMB wUllUlueoefTe&tt.ent1ou.j1i I ere new steam yacht, the May, burns health and avoid sickness. .

?i+o ( ratM three enquire cent It&mp.of the Edltorec1dinga .dead mangrove for fuel and finds it equalto Instead of feeling tired and NowIs will leave
coa1. worn out, instead of aches street daily: ex .
PAL ATKA., 8A.{ .
be found file at
j 1S PAPER may AdverSScBoreauttO Mr. Jesse Russell and. pains, wouldn't you intermediate
:' Bowed& Co' Newspaper one 'of the oldest
f< t: i' Spruce Street) where citizens of Leon county died at his resi- rather feel fresh and strong? .

; *23ti ink contracts may be made for it dence on the Ocklockonee on the 10th .Leo. Vogel.

." '"ia WYOBK.: inst. He was between 75 and 80 years of You can continue feeling the time .

.:\i- .'t._,<::-.Tu fires is the OFFICIAL newspaper I I.fPe.; miserable and good for no- of steamers Lanra street.will

;t.J; ,fir- Brevard county.Post. I The Enterprise Herald it will thing, and no one but your- p. m.. and from
says at 6p. m. for
Office at TtouviBe at I the self can find fault,but if you and all Interme
: .jarred at the canvass opinion of the leading men of
4 Seao, Clau Matter. the are tired of that kind of life,
'. county to find out the advisability of Florida Southern
[ -- Nation" is issuing a descriptive pamphlet of Volu- you can change it if you Ocala.
: Yankee a
Xm glorious choose. SubscribeFor .Johns and'Lake
: cunarpeople. It is the personification sia county.Mr. Yalaba Oclawaha.Lees-

of C&ity: it e1f. "It suft'ereth long and DuvaL, the State Engineer has vis- How ? By getting one coaches for Or-

;jikia4beareth all things, hopeth all ited the Coast Canal and the Dredge
; bottle of BROWN' IRON BITTERSand South Florida Rail

t Ja enduretii all things" as long as en- Boat, to take soundings, etc., and it is taking it regularly Apopka City
little longer. It is said found everything all right. The and with
,doable,and perhaps a according to directions. & ,Lake and Rock.
'a tolerant people even to that point when steamer Vest runs from St. Augustineto .

to be a virtue and verges the Dredge boat in three and a half witb coaches for
tolerance ceases Titnsville.
1I.-< 'tot crime against itself a disregard of hours, making it a very pleasant trip GcatkmcBJ ha..lul'ered with leave at Enterprise 7 30 a. m..

gefcfrotectkm. It tolerated "ring-rule" Mr. A. L Bidwell, of Jacksonville, is ,pam ooeana la my o*aide my and breast back with and i shod.ingpuos great. all connections with
points North
with ita'"bc es"" even to the ragged edgeof about starting a large nursery near Or- te dedwith4ratwakumdcpres.dos aQ urough my body it-.

endurance. It has tolerated habitual lando. Mr. Bidwell had quite an exten- of spirit and lost of appe- The Florida given to all points.
tite. I have taken several different are all first class
:po&SBonal office seekers until by far the sive one at Jacksonville, in fact, the largest -.cdiciDcs.aud...treated by proa

greater part of the positions of honor and one in the State. He leas moved it Beys beat,and physicians spleen but for my I cliver t no relief.I kid-. apply Laura at General Streets.

trust are filled by this class, and, until further south to be better able to grow thought I would try taken Browns Iron : .Manager.
Bitters;I have now one bottle
: indolent and ignorant of- theoak and half and about well Agent.,,
.the most the more tender tropical plants. a am -pain
in side and back all
lODe- soreness
and file have contracted the disease Messrs. Faulkner & Sams have taken ail out of my breast,and I have a -oIt -

fiery badly,so badly that a petty County possession of the Ocean House at New good suencth appetite and flesh., and heaD am gamine justly be in ,

..,. about to be vacated has more we \btkimgtfmtdicnu*.
and have commenced to
Smyrna, already Joan K.Au.amJu.BROWN'S HOUSE .
'aodo6lereciecaapiraatiproloootkan"thereis make 'repairs and improvements on it. ,
any sense"in having. A new dock is to be built and next season -
It tolerates insipid official to an extent u the constant aim and
a daily hack line will be establishedto
of Iron in soluble
which no other people can begin to com- Enterprise making the trip in six composed the publisher to give to the readers ,
form Cinchona the
of its it toler- ; great
Pre-, -Conscious potency,
hours. STAR of the moat readable
tonic together with other one
'tles indignities.of weak nationalities to apoint Dining Room, 4
almost verging to cowardice. It Land of Flowers: We are informed thata standard remedies, makinga aiebt papers of the State.

large number of cattle are being sold remarkable nonalcoholictonic ,
tolerate the hugest monopolies to an extent -
in West Florida to Texas cattle men, ,which will cure Dys- Bedrooms
that almost a fostering of 1
; appears who ship them to the West to stock their pepsia, Indigestion,Malaria rters I
.them. ,Its railroad and landed monopolies ,
c: cattle ranches. The demand for cattle in Weakness, and relieve all
ire just simply huge, as are also itsmonopolizing" outbuildings.
the West has exceeded the supply, sand Lung and Kidney diseases. o S.
manufacturing capacity
now they are turning to Florida to make ,
to balking schemes, and its political
trfrfmoa. We are, in fact, a monopolizing up deficiency.
Fernandina Mirror: A new locomotive .;{
people. This ia the spirit of our people ,
and is doubtless the "W. S. Ashe," built entirely at I Billiard Table. :
-die spirit of our age, I Twenty colums of
of the the Transit Railroad shops, in the city,
the result,f the inherent push Florida'S .
people intensified by education and con- was placed on duty yesterday. We be- Miscellaneous. .

.stait drill in the direction of monopolies. I lieve this is the first locomotive ever builtin Barrels $2.25. Laid Out. I

I this State, and the fact of its construction
undertook the
What other people ever Gauged to order, ten cents extra. -.
I here is a note of our progress in
occupation of agriculture on a scale so .
industries. Honey Barrels, and Oval Water
,magnificent Where else do you find manufacturing -AND- LOTS, "

single wheat field of five or six thousand St. Augustine Press: The incorporators BreakersFrom '. ,Houses, and

acres, or corn crops, the yield of of the railroad from our city to Pa- : : 82.00 : : Up.

,. which in bushels is counted by billions. latka, Enterprise and Htusville are be- Tanksand NDS

.'Then look at ita expanses of cotton fields stiring themselves and expect in a short .
all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. ,
.sad rice fields in its Sunny South-its time to perfect arrangements so as to Nearly Ten colums Responsible

*one fields and golden orange groves-its commence building operations at as earlya .JOIL SOX,
., .yieldingmines of precious and useful day as possible. Mr. W. T. Sylvester I LaGrange. : : Florida. County, and Local -:

Betals-all-ll which has had. their and Mr.J. W.Sylvester were in our cityon

inception and development in the mindsof Wednesday looking after affairs, and W. I. MOORE, TITUS,.

this look at'Its left for Jacksonville Thursday noon.
peculiar people. Again, General Commission Merchant : Florida. ,

.:.. : inventive genius and mechanical skilL They will attend to some important business PRESENTED {

.. It has outstripped the world in these re- there, and shortly return to St. Au- AND DEALER IN EMPORIUM !

I Aspects.: It hat ansurpassingly harnessed gustine. The iron for the new road will ,

; *steam and applied it to machinery. It come to this port, also Palatka by schooner Groceries and

*- has tamed the lightning-the most subtle ,and work will be pushed with vigor 'Moralist

** and powerful agent of Deity-and made when arrangements shall have been com- --0-- with. some respect

.- 'it its willing servant, from rending moun- pleted. Family Supplies. to shooting

'tains to whispering words of love. Well The digestive organs weakened and at my establish

t,0( ' in contemplating all the possibilities worn out by using cathartic medicines, Titusville : : Florida. .

a of this peculiar people, exclaim in restored by using Brown's Iron Bitters. November__10th_1380.____ U 47 Celebrated Lion
_. ;rthe language of the astonished Teuton: n JOB FEINTING. h, all colors
". NOR'VOOD'SFast ONLY S2O. and cheapest
\ Mein Got, vat a gounthry-vat a beo- JOB PRINTING.JOB House or Boat

: .pleal".l. variety, suitable
Hack Line !
.... FRINGING.Our .
. ':Meetiafia Retard to a Regatta and S D PURE.
: '.. other I
'- eBtertainments OB July Fourth. 1

;: : At a meeting of the citizens of Titus- The Cheapest and Most Direct / Oil always! in 111 '

: ViBe held at the store of W. B. :Moore,

.. '-', ea the 19th inst to confer in relation to a [ROUTE .
? Grand Holiday and entertainment on the To Tit UN vllle and Indian River. ware from the .

transacted 4th of July:, the following business was CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL. & ,Hayden.Nick Nacks

,: :'.- W.;B. Moore was elected chairman,and -

S.H.. THREE trips weekly between the ST. Pipes .
.. Ray, Secretary. Job Office is well equipped
.. 'On motion the following committees t JOHNS ecuting all kinds of .

t .'1rere, elected, viz: Leaves Enterprise EVERY Monday, Wed- find

.1 Regatta Committee; J. F. Reed, C. R. nesday and Friday Morning, arriving at stores In Ti-

; Odin,and W.B.Moore. :Titusville the SAME day. a call and you
5 :!? Baseball Committee; S. IL Ray, S. E. ReturningLeaves

,;. r : lice and Howell Titus. Titusville EVERY Tuesday Thurs- PHILADELPHIASINGER PLAIN& FANCY WORK, ;
' ;- "Committee on Dance;James Pritchard, day and Saturday morning, arriving at MACHINEEQUAL

'..= 1L.E.English, and E. B. Wager. Enterprise in the evening.-Address
'. = "T :C.Scrimgeour was selected to pre.r W. S. Norwood, The above cut represents the most pop
} : TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. ular style for the people which we offer
entertiinment. COLOR &ORNAMENTAL'
you for the very low price of 820. Remember ;

n"/.0. :n;" oR\'T: to have'all necessary printing done andlovitahons Opened for the Season. you have, we seen do the not machine.ask you to After par having until Produce

>;' :. ') sent abroad. If ii1'"A man who is interested in his own examined it if it is not all we represent
;. *":."* ''The different committees were instructed return it to us at our expense. Consult .
; to act welfare will be pleased to know that your interests and order at once,or send
J ; promptly in their different ca-
C I for circulars and testimonials. RULE & PAMPHLET Florida.
i..* ,i .cities and report progress on the 26th. : ANDREW GIBSON Address CHARLES A. Wood & CO.. ft 47

; : .\!.''<....po tOn motion the meeting adjourned to No. 17 X. Tenth St., Philadelphia, Pa.

'\r!.''..:'. ;<.,,;" :meet at W. B. Moore's store on May 26th. Keeps the finest oysters. to be found in March 8, 45 6InPBEEg !
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t- .., : 8. IL RAY,Secretary. Tit us'w file, f LORAL CHDOMO (MD&x on short notice
! :, ;; .,_ a,"'*M Ul-itmM
: ,' < .l ETC. ETC.
:' '" '.Are AND SERVED IN ill s4 Mr* ... d.
ir ::.1 you troubled with such symptoms .. ...
;:;:i2C:; = as belching, tasting of the -0- 'ilitI SHINGLES
: ,f
i.'.;, ij ., hn' eart-burn, etc.? Brown's Iron Bit- Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. .

.i; .;:"- ..;i;:- 'The will brick cure work you.on the new court house Jiak'. Bread,always on hand AGENTS I ctaactar Wanted; mtt mtte Svvkiof :a'k Btblea. hand: <

S '. : at Tallahassee is completed. Also a first-class Barber shop attached. lav i-*pntu ii..tcllug* .,list jkiim.Med4..fW.mrr...*!*''ia.>ar.. NMnU-UVml terms.W .a. Titusville, Indian River, ft CO. ',

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I ff' r ,':>1' "''''''J '' '' c+an.r.ur.w ----- ; hat is of oil-cloth or black satin. It has
t''J: ,"" 'TIIl'olll.ALZ J ib1coo may not have. An v.-. Newfoundland'Dogt.The
.,.. ,, abroad brim and a high-pointed crown;
J:'" .. J i,,' :.)=I..ilqt":, :.. ...-. jn t.maybe .had for tne' least: -
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ribbons in
: ? around the crown are
!I'-''Y '} #Iit ldiri tidreiiitto-5lg5t; -Ii '4 money, ;;by/buyhi ,tout-grafts.f man who thinks that.
with the left y
rIwneset irswiwi.. miPtr; colors which form a cockade on
J, ,
\! advertiipd uiiuiy tier
are by4
$ ': sad'' the land dogs of noble'ml"in'and'f)1)
:"< F.set1d: ..,kiagaoma f .. series.: They consist. .'of'a, root' } and side.The in droves through the i1d tits

:: of one grafted with a don of hair is dressed catogan style and country,kj Ia
: S ==;: en the our 1 ankee phrase, a good deal"&1t
three buds. These are tied with a broad ribbon. A whip is car-
i.; Of ud.dMUa. The Newfoundland dog is not
'* Ever horatafea kbVoishfro9 pmb: ",, ing the winter packed In boxes ried in the hand. A bridal suit of the year the traditional prophet onfj t 5
knee ,
i pvr toond or sight kept in the cellar until 8 to 10 <
and 1815 for little girl years
la the dfMm I dnsunt in his
,...... ,,,,, tonight.Time'sBtron back, own country, but there are/W
- ---0- be set out In spring. The of is of white satin. On the straight '
age few of him at all. The
t. that
gland) down pure
helpless :, bnedfa
x; Fate'food dazed without her frown. ; lIOn these two ,or three this skirt are two flounces and a full shell- almost extinct. We find any dtyjj.-

Bryidfea then sells them, as trees. shaped lace trimming, with small New
England town
th.J&.ypy better
e. ( .
;: .sstb he wishes purchase of'the'
\ canif
;; bunches of blossoms intermixed.The .
.' "A.M"nfce line was g. and orange Newfoundland type than I bare
:, And the rail I Ir WM making grafts and grow teem: himself. round waist buttons in the back week's _
;. Sniuaint the golden weather, ; pretty during a stay in the city of $t
:: When we+ too'stood dote together';r In planting rout-grafts, for and is cut square in the neck. The Johns. The streets are filled wHh;roan_
"" Per.TOO veigved nyalriffht white satin belt closes on the left side
land out the' greb big dogs, small
In the dream L dreamt to-nigh good corn ; lay ,
a i' -, width to work with the \ under a rosette. Around the neck is a e uimaux. and mastiffs but abno.t

ssd woke to tee::::, full lace niching. The cap is of a small I low of vile an
cull word in breed
dibbled curs
'A bare ana blank to me, root-grafts,, may be that and patten.
'f A world whoee stare and raeer scarce hidden or 18 inches, letting but one in cone-shaped piece of stiff tulle Well-informed Xewfoundlandera, satCe:
:.- Told ...tat a*gait forbidden- with lace. Around the lace b a ful when
above the surface. In three <1 as II satirically you extol_their famoni
Love and trust matt ever pine f
y is
On the end of the
In .A ad a clasp as mine," majority of them will make lace ruching. cap dogs, and go so far as to deny that u.

1. All too.falnt fragile grown, enough to plant in the orchard.brdrting is laid a tulle veil, which falls down the back I animal originated in the island:j an:
For rifts that ou&ti'holdl.-1J) its own;.
On the
and and is taken over the arm.
.: Ah,tertto Wake;forgetting quite'., it as As a rule, the big black Niwfoondljnj
t The; sweet dream I dreamt to-night. of Old Trees: A ribbon top of the cap is a bunch of orange dog is a much abused beast: .

i . be grafted when it is a poor j I: is blossoms. Depending from the right
so He is sought out more for
we wish to change the kind I arm is a white satin bag. The glovesare strength
; 1 Agricultural.: cos- than beauty kept on low
,used iD
bears. If the tree is very of white silk. An incroyable bride-

r .. well to graft only the lower groom's suit has knee-breeches of light- draw sledges of wood,l114'la! ,

:. ,,Farm,, Hint branches the first year. The a blue woolen goods, striped with satinin made anything but a household dhinirj.
: "'" yard
:'j; ,A well start wf'rnri'b,, usually profit- for apple and pear trees is a darker shade. They are drawn in His temper is good up to 5 Yt'JLtI'oId, ,.

: ,abli ,'and.onVimc.ia: Ute:br under un- buds are swelling.A among below the knee by satin ribbon tied on when he is apt to become snappish.,.Tb
of the
,favorable. ]conditions, .,Is seldom.,. satisfac Michigan wool grower It is I the side in loops. The bright red vest water b his natural home, and he wiQ'
steal away at night and travel long dii.
tory. 4 is short has broad revers and two
very ;
the merino the best sheep. and
tances for his bath. The test of
; winter grain is a practice rows of buttons. The coat is of dark ha
.' c' opinion they can be kept in in purity of breed and general merits
': that. is,pow,generally adopted ,by the of 100 or 1000, but it cannot striped satinIt has long tails and deep I thickwebbed foot, good bushy tail the an
better farmers. This should be done with the coarse wooled revers! lined with white satin. The ;. ,
1t't"l' comely shape and poise of the head
with implements that have the teeth have tried the jabot is of white lace. The white mus- I ,and:
many more deep-black color on the roof of ..the
turned: ,backward. ..; :Peruvian, guano, coarse wooled sheep and lin Robespierre cravat is taken twice
': and mouth. His degeneration is chargedto
bone dust,wirwd ashes,or other fertilizer has attended the efforts of around the neck, and tied in front in a
be in the abuse of him as a beast of
maybe.applied before.the harrowing. used fine wooled breeds. knot with two straight end*. In the burdens
and to one of the island's old ]laws to.
.' =Spring wheat should,be sown as soon I left button-hole are long ends'in :
of which has
protect sheep given
of a policeman
The finest specimens colored ribbons falling over the
the ground can be'properly prepared. ,
;50 cents for shooting dogs found at
A,tor>dressing of. manure may be addedfiei themums are obtained by J I to coat. The silk stockings are striped, large-a statute under which ,fine
'8OW ng. The good effect of a method of training to a and the shoes are of black patent- many
nipping off all the laterals, this leather. dogs have been ruthlessly slaughtered. '
fertilizer sometimes be
soluble can seen
the leader and em- The earliest records of the island show

in a few hours especially if the application but pinching three of the best flower black NEw DUTIES FOR WOMEX.-New that the aboriginal dog of the countrywas

is scon followed by a gentle shower would then give three gowns. authorities, new duties, new joys have a good-tempered creature of great
that takes- .. the' substance. down to theroots. flowers. Only incurved strings !. come to women. She has discovered size, and so strong that he could draw

Any start given to the young shown at the great London for it. her latent power. The despair which from the water seals weighing bunddreds -

plants is felt for'good throughout their is a vital point that the : three had benumbed her spirit is changed of pounds. He had a 0 passionate,
whole life. In using'any concentrated I ulness and usefulness She b
should be kept constantly \ into hope fondness for the sea, lived on raw.flab,
,fertilizer,'care, must be, taken'that it no more alone noble women have
the ; appeared and was a skillful fisher, swimming rap.
does not come 'in'contact with seeds.' In relation to wide tires of to help and sustain her in her idly under water and catcing hIs easy'by
If scattered thoroughly and thinly on wheels Mr. Whitcomb, of upward struggle. The abused wife
cotton, the mouth. A case is cited where,
the surface1 after sowing' there is no Michigan disburses thus: the lonely widow, the aspiring daughter
'., so one of these dogs was seen catching nth
danger,, ,otherwise ,it should be mixed construct and nicely grade cutting the gifted maiden, they all have been for sheer sport, ,heaping them up.onshore

with the 8Oil.FodderCrope. and then put on an engine; of tlt rich assisted, encouraged by the movements. and then plunging in for others.,

: There should beample it would be no more d Unjust laws have beeu stricken from the The same records prove, however...that:

provision of food for farm animals dur- the fact of our practice. blues. statute books,colleges have been opened, this dog was of an extinct species;very

ing the summer months,> when the pas- tires of our wagons cut up af'r the business opportunities increased, women I different from the present Newfoundland .

tures are short from drat A leafy roads as fast as they can be design; doctors prolong the lives of our daughters though the latter, in his latitude,

sort of oats may be sown with peas and a slight covering of gravel than women lawyers see that justice is is very fond of raw fish.-Boston,IVtrcefcr. -

thus obtain a double,crop of green fod- compact by the passing of a done to their sex, and in a thousand .

der.. The ,value of Hungarian grass as ways has the sympathy and Jove of
Doura sorghum we $1.50; A Double Donation Demanded:
a supply of good green food is not easily women for women borne its golden
notice in the new
.over-estimated. ,. receiving And if will
; harvest. our women only
tfonan, and several C !lne A musical man, accompanied by a
Beets, including mangels, may be make use of these privileges which arealready
speak favorably and pretty hand-organ and a child hasbeengiTiDg'performances
sown the last of the month. Quick attained, others will come in the
It is claimed that stock relL are for the past week on
starting of the seeds may be insured time. The right use of existing privileges *
than they do corn fodder. It streets of Austin. After he had twisted
1 y soaking them. They should be'SO\\1l among is the stepping stone to higher :
to light sandy soil, and does dress toe of the Beethoven soulstirringsynlpiioni ,
so soon as germination, begins. After ones. Our women doctors did not ask
a small quantity of \' rit- < out of the instrument of
the plants ate up, they. will need ,weeding shall we have patients when we have
sprouts very rapidly after of torture,the artist lent the child among
and finished duties?
,thinning.Grass : our They studied,
fodder, thus producing a and the crowd. A legislator; who had just

i* :a leading. farm crop, and is It stands wet and drought make graduated and the patient came. Our voted on the fixing of the per'dicii'of
lady lawyers not of clients but
much neglected. Our farmers have are sure the members nicktL
than corn, and b highly or disgorged a
they went to work and asked for admis-
given ,very.little attention to the studyof for ensilage purposes "I rants anoder nickel," 'lisped the
sion as soon as they were equipped for
grass, and the soils and culture best child.
leaving their work. And these who would
An Ohio man baa women
adapted: to the.various,,sorts. ,A permanent known "What for ?"
drill which sows the grain like ,to enter the held of politics must **
meadow ins
of pasture needs to be and Dot nickel you put dot cup in

"kept up,by a yearly top-dressing of manure surface of the prepared -, do the same. 'They must make a studyof for de moosic, but mine fadder is a professional

or commercial fertilizer. It is six inches broad and covers it of it. Political information b the beggar besides."

''hoped that;the American farmer will which throw the surface are essential basis of all intelligent political .-

come to a better understanding of the I: leaving an open furrow action, and if woman has attained that As Light as a FeatherOf

importance, of grass growing, and that rows of wheat. lib drill made knowledge, our legislative balls will

our grass land.will be treated with due : one foot apart, so that half open their doors by force of the public a feathers lightness we may

consideration.. occupied with grain and half will. Women must show that politic form some idea when we find that

Potatoes: ,Potatoe :beetles are well rows between. By this cos- b not a scramble for office,but that it the largest quill of a golden eagle

under control, and potatoes are now acertain deepens the soil by placing : A requires intelligence and sound prepara weighs only sixty-five grains, and that

crop, and a profitable one when the surface and then uuttimj 8 to tion. They must study political economy seven such quills do not weigh more

given clean culture on a rich, mellow soil from between the rows skirt and political hbtory. Let women than a copper penny-piece ; that the

take up civil service reform, the reformof which
velvet. of a common fowl
soil. It is well to plant early sorts and Lettuce plants that
and a municipal government, and otter weighs thirty-seven ounces, weigh only
harvest the tubers before the "rot" has in frames may be set out at I
time to'reach them. metal problems which await a solution, and if three ounces; and that tie entire plum-
time as early cabbages .
of the they can treat these questions logicallyand age Jof an owl weighs inly one ounce
Sundry Matters: Put all the farm between the rows of
joined to thoroughly the franchise is near at and a half. Meant as they are, some
implements in good order during rainy foot apart. They may also hand. Moduine
of the for covering and some for strength, we.
days. Clear up the rubbish that has planted to other cold frames !
armhole. One hears of costumes of the transi- shall find them, on examination, very
accumulated Look well to fe ces before I crop earlier. Seeds should
cattle are turned out. I under grass or in "' a white tion 'eason, but it is not every day that differently put together. -The light
wide down part,. when examinedthrough'a
succession. AH soon as the one sees them, and the girl who walked
The Orchard and Nursery : When condition seeds may be elbow. down Tremont street the other day microscope, will be.found to bear little

trees are; too warm on, the passage ground rows lift piece wearing one was justly regarded as a resemblance to the flat part of the qua
open ,
often from the heat of a steamer' or from apart to be thinned to ten front is public benefactor. She had on If it were not so a bird would scarcelybe

the weather,the buds start info growth The ,curled Simpson plaited silk skirt made with all manner of puffs able to fly at all; for when the flat

And sometimes ,make shoots several Hanson good, the at the back of the skirt ; at very minute of the wing was pressed down, the air
inches long.I The buds near the ends is a theatre bonnet, a small black fur collar would pass through it, and no:yield no

.of the branches start first, and they will Any one may grow the and and muff and a short, plaited basque of resistance. The fibers of the downy

:be'graduauy' less affected below. certainty of flowering it, if from Scotch tweed, apparently belonging to a part, we see, have little connection with

Usually there will be. some of the lower conditions pre observed : ; a round spring suit, and, by way of grand con- each other; they have short and ,loose

ends'that have not started., Every bulbs be sure that the of one necting link, harmonizing ,.basque, side shoots; just sufficient to mat them

branch should be cut back,H to a ,good sound, for on this point and collar and bonnet ; she wore pale coral- together,when pressed close to the skin; t

sound bud, ,if there is but one, and the for if that has decayed all The red gloves drawn over her tweedcoveredarms whereas, the side shoots of quill-feather ,

:tree is left but A .little better than a bare and care bestowed, upon in front and held 5n place by a bangle. hook and grapple with one another l'

stick. no avail In planting in She held on her way not making a stay, so as to make one firm and united ::-:

.Starting an Orchard Cheaply : Manya shoots from the sides of : left side in spite of a general giggle that arose I surface, .. -t;>'

settler is obliged to postpone the out- about four inches deep. a false about her, and seemed to think her.

lay for an orchard until'he can better under these conditions will basque gloves were the cause, of the general A general strike,of'the coal miners of

afford it. The cheapest way to startjm much before September. I like a admiration, which was in reality given the Hocking Valley,. .in Ohio, began

orchard is to mist the stocks and graft I earlier"than this,_ they can of the I to what she would probably have called against a reduction mounting_ .to 30

them ; but this costs time 'and. skill ..pots. The her fcott ensemble. cents per day.

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... ; v." ""'e'' ".... V' IavJfsgr.i' ; lieve;I>hate him yet from force+ of habit i ,11 piles paving atones which had*,by the, unusual confusion around theart1agee r "Dear Dick, don't make a scene. I
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-- Ii""'f Ji11ItJ.. though he died' of the '53 cholera,'andl'l been,torn up.,the"day before ,I found* our* own,'and
,.''i! .{.j.<."!,: :etrNA'Io mantic 8toIY. Of.m.Mafter' hated.him aH thVmort because'he-war, i iBO Ing Eighth,street vAt.'.the ,comer; of to'mach the place by the way night; besides,"I was mistaken. I have

':t<<1J o ;If;'....,,'w ",'JIIldnlpt of.48 Rec _.Cafe.i .mighty'sure; f' 'However, Broadway I.asked.iTpolicemanahat the o'f Fourth street. ,Broadwaywas:.full found out since you.were gone that I-

d ":gyweis.iD the.alums struck. one my unhappy condition was much mend-i matter was.. He answered civilly that of men, women and children,.all gazingup I didn't'love you-and-_ ..

"'" jroice of that dear Louise, which ed, when,one evening in ,the hitter part the Dead Rabbits and Bowery Boys and ,toward the Astor House. I stood "Do you mean ?,,"'he asked, slowly,
f -
.f'iE-Wr.-.IC-. 'hi Jtercation, with, ,thethe January; I: came home and'found several other apparently. very patriotic on the box.a moment, and saw.a line of "that when you learned: from your

'J't'. 'j(1II4bem. itiibove '. shriek .of the him packing his trunk. News had been organizations had. boasted'that they flatcars and round shoulders stretched father a week ago that he was ruined,

,r5K'fcfc; *Jal outside, ceased andt. received that day,.he explained, briefly were going to stop Macready, the Etfg- across the street a little way above the and I also, of course, you decided to

:.'St;" !,$foftf"v: : .its r, fair owner. caught her 0 that made it necessary for him to sail I fish actor, from appearing at the New York Hotel, a cordon of police dividing cast me aside and take him, whom you

r.. ..bIat.1" "' .;. for-England on' a 'Cunarder ,that' left
a**_ kl. etavehngfiian" : rubbed his prema- the. next, day, and I expected at once "Do you think: they will .do it?". I able, much to the disgust of both. The She cowered before him, with fright-

', *fcaldneas; .and fawned relievedly, that a large failure hi,Liverpool, which asked, curiously."Do sound of firing still 'came at intervals, ened eyes, but did not answer.,
+ fit 9rua.glrl.s! dad for aj had just been announced, had some- it, sir?" he echoed, with a and the glare of each volley lighted up'the
tbed '
: :.white ; "Come
MOtberpiousoccupation of burning thing to do, with the sudden voyage. !laugh ; "not no more than they did the fronts of the houses on the west side Poyntz; no more of this,"

:.:, 6a' ,. the .table beneath, thee Well. he sailed, to. be gone six weeks at i first night, a week ago,when Macready of Broadway opposite the Opera House, I eclalmedaDJPri1y' : "Stand aside .
iiC house
r upon, leant,, probably longer, and I swore a ]played here. They don't mean nothing There was a constant rattle of pistol and let us get"into the She is

cha-; solemn vow to stand in his shoes by the 1 but to frighten.him'cause they can't, shots, and the ominous roar of. the mob my promised-wife,-' if-that ,Hill,satisfy
continued 'I As you," and I.:tried to rasa him, but he
t time he came back. you see. The hull. tbeayter will, be incessantly. we drovethrough
groaned ,
'. : about the A man may lose lots of good looks in crammed with us," and his blue .coat the watching crowd about ,us, pushed me back violently. .,..and turned '
4ctor Ipqked ,roomm
"If' sober enough to listen,". thirty years, so perhaps you'll believe settled out across his chest as he ended, with their faces showing pale and.frightened to her.
"! could tell a storyjlouf that I was a handsome man then. I and I went on, respecting more than in the lights from the stores on either "Is that true?" he asked.
aJM',. ;you
ri' who ,looked like. the had money too, in city real estate. I ever the powers of tie metropolitan side, even Marjory, who bad recovered The wounded man at the gate raised'
; : '
.. Oman believe there from her first fear drew his musket and fired up the street.
1 I. 'f1 glriUespecially the hairdrabthat are lawyers living on the police. momentary ,now >
shows golden: in a cross-light" last of it yet. So you see my ambitionwas The carriage came a little after 7 close t< me, and turned her face toward A deafening volley seemed to answerit

.wI'nat'a; immoral," said the poet,raisfngiijesd'aidblinkInglike not altogether vain. o'clock, and we started back through mine as she asked,In a w1llil er,whether but it was poured.down Astor Place

., ,an* owL There is no use telling you how the I Astor Place, by which route the coach- there was any danger. It was a stranKe'time instead of Lafayette."Is .

1 ..4'Itis'a premium on 'drunkenness. If I time passed, and Poyntz was still Indefinitely man Intended to reach Lafayette Place for a wooing, with death and devastation it true?" he asked again, in a .

;were'sober'enough to'listen,.you'd bore detained abroad. Spring came at I and the Colonnade. :We bad hardly a few blocks from us, as we lower and more distinct'vo1ce.'I '.;,

anelotJeatlL I could tell you a story, last, and the narrow slip of grass before reached Broadway when the vehicle be- drove swiftly through Fourth street. I We.will.'not stand here" ,,1 cried,

reseal stories.about her, and very good the house In the Colonnade grew greener came entangled In a throng of carriages drew her toward me and kissed her onthe "and be riddled like targets, while you

... storieBfromabad 1 point. of view. But each day, and the young leaves threw bearing their owners to the Opera mouth, and murmured something rehearse'your little' play.: 'Get out of. "

oifl'U'rbe you two ponies-not heavier shadows before us on the paths House, and farther down to the old about protecting her forever after from the way."

;.money ponies! -brandy: ponies-funny across Washington Square as we walked Bowery Theatre, where Forrest was. any harm. She lay in my arms and Marjory stared at him a moment ;

,little beasts, bow they go'trot, trot,trot, back moonlight nights from her aunt's We bad a rough time getting through. smiled up Into my eyes as I kissed her then, by a sudden effort, recovered her- ..

:4ami'joSr: throat: like little.'cats, and I in Christopher street-a very convenientold After a while, though, they lit the gas again and again. And so we were be- self. ..

pet;pot;;pat; into your bead, like little : lady. in the theatre the doors opened, and in trothed. "It ;tis true', )Ii. Poyntz. 'WiU you

mice with bright eyes, and then you see At last, one night-I haven't forgot- went the crowd-everybody who could THE TRAGEDY IK TilE STREETS. let us' pass?" and her 'ey S net his

'thingTand! write beg your pardon, I'm ten the date;it was the 9th of MayMarjory buy or steal a ticket-swarming like The next moment the carriage drew defiantly her han "reete" lightly on

"t ;Wntig) shop;* I'll bet you a round'you was more gracious to me than ever bees.The up before the house in the Colonnade, my arm He bowed and stepped from
cant1'talk me to' sleep by daylight. before, and I fancied that I could see in theatre was quite as large as the but I did not know this until the driver the stone walk upon the grass.

;.3t k glass,it's the.only, way to wake her eyes, detect in her voice, some signsof Opera House, and was densely packed sprang from his box and opened the At that moment a shrill voice from

the'ialtel: growing love-what a horrible, old with an audience whose authusiasm door, seemingly very desirous of gettingus the street cried: "They are wheeling
worn-out word that whichshe seemed at fever heat. It greeted Forrest's out '
J as quickly as possible, and himself this "
way. They are'going to fire. :
.HVfdapsed',I exhausted, into. an.ex- could no longer conceal. When I appearance with furious and and horses out of danger. I sprangto .
a&ntbear, J A wild skurry of feet in the streetbehind ...
1 pro-I ;
longed applause lasting for
took my leave I ventured to kiss her the sidewalk, and helped Marjory
..The actor laughed.' a little nervously, hand.It minutes. Of course, the old ass out. A gust of wind had filled the a howl of brutal terror from the .

andVenton-:... .. ;J was a Spaniard who said a white all in as approbation for his course with street with smoke and the odor of burn- beaten mob. .

WelV it's not much of a story, and hand could not offend, when the Queen Macready, and stood ducking and bob- ing powder, through which shouts, I turned and looked up toward the 'e

toy: likely'' I'll forget the point, but slapped his face, wasn't it? She didn't bing in all directions,till thought he'd groans and curses came from Astor Opera House. ,A .gust vof wind had '

Trtiat there is you're welcome to, though resent it, except by some formula; saidI forgotten his lines for sheer delight. place, hardly a third of a block above. blown away the smoke.

1 never,told it before, and it's rather was a foolish boy, or something. However, he got at it before long, and'bang Before us on the sidewalk,near the iron I .saw a. dark gray line stretched

3at now to begin. After a sleepless night, I arose the me if I know who made the most fence, lay a man,face downward while across the.end of the street, and a row

;.lijraa; ln'4&=no I'm not mixed as to next morning resolved that I would noise, he or the gallery. We bad a two others bent over him as if to learn of gleaming gun-barrels leveled .down

D1'datei[he said,.as the poet opened ask her that evening after the playforwe stage-box and so got a good deal of the how badly he was wounded. ,Some the street at the retreating rioters.

lib< 'Booth as if to correct him, and then were going to the old Broadway dust off the boards and lots of creak. hers were tearing up the paving stonesa Marjory and Poyntz also turned .and

hut It again without speaking]. I dare Theatre to see Forrest in the"Gladiator"to Marjory seemed to like it, however. little further down, and with these saw the silent line beyond, and the' .

ttay"you thought one hardly forty, but be my wife. Not only was it impossible She leaned on the rail with her eyes ponderous missiles disappeared in the panic-stricken fugitives on the walk and {

Tm...flftytwo.. I met her-the woman for me to remain any longer in fixed on the stage, and, of course, before murky gloom ahead, through which in the street. ,"

nrho:looked. like heron '2f ew Year's.m.i. suspense, but there was danger of Poyntz long Forrest caught on and began shone the lights of the upper windowsof As we stood ,motionless staring' at '''1-1'

?49.: ,She lived in one of the mid- returning at any time. All day I felt playing at her positively mugged her, the Opera House. As we hurried the musket barrels, as if fascinated: by

dle houses .of, the Colonnade, In La- as if I was under the influence of a by Jove-but she seemed to like it, as I across the sidewalk, past th$ prostrate their dusky shine' below"the range of }

ifcyette Place-you remember that row small dose hasheesh; everything looked said, and he must have. figure, one of the two bending over it lights in the theatre behind them, the

.of low granite houses, with the Corinth- rose-colored and beautiful; for the moreI The thunders of applause were dying rose with an oath. sharp monosyllable of command cut \

ijan pillars upholding the porticoes? thought of it the surer seemed my away, when a sound came through the "It's no use, Jim ; he's squeaked fir sharply through the tumult. ,

They are' divided from the sidewalk success that night. I passed the after- open windows above the gallery, which good this time. I'm going to cut for She stood next to me-almost. by :
noon in walking trying to calm excitement suddenly hushed hand and tonguethe the Bowery. They'll be in my
ty ten or fifteen feet of grass, as if their my every side. ,She .threw herself upon his
rtnfltes tried to of I must have been a holy sound ofbeavy\'olleysofmuskeb'y a minute. And he darted past us down
gain even more se- breast shielding him with her body.A .
'elusion'than'the quiet place could give. show, with my bellcrowned beaver tipp- coming from the north, and evidently toward Fourth street. .
.There was a cousin of mine, a Dick ed back on my head; my neckerchief distant but a little ways. A moment's I The other also rose, looked after the bright flash lighted up' the pillars f

father's climbing over my high collar; my short silence followed, and then a dull roar, disappearing figure, and then drawinga behind us from plinth to the acanthus :
'Poyntz,1.1 & !Tight-hand man,*
leaves of the '
:.and, Jw expected: soon to be made vest climbing after my collar; my face as of a thousand voices, sounding like heavy revolver, muttered : capitals. :

ilia(.partner. 'Mr.'Salisbury was a large I flushed, and my eyes fixed in vacancy- the distant thunder of the surf. Against the gate leaned a young A roar, a patter of lead,on the granite.
but her face thinking of started Irishman, bareheaded and coatless, his pillars behind us and
3iMtt street importer, and Dick's seeing nothing Marjory backward,clasped my Majbry Salisbury r
but what that night might give ragged trousers stuck into his tattered sank down the at his feet.
"pwpects were therefore very good. nothing arm, growing very pale. Perhaps she upon grass .
He'-was 'a quiet chap that-never had a premonition. But I am getting boots. The blood was trickling from Half dazed, I sprang towards him, but
remember coming out of my tranceat his side, his lace was covered with lie motioned me back a smile
Jayifig''anything about himself, and ahead too fast. Many of the audiencerose ghastly on
way' lit Ie about else. We one time and finding myself standing in their seats with frightened exclamations grime. He was staring steadily toward his face. of,
anyone before a placard posted on a dead wall, the hideous conflict beyond. He had
and hurried down the aislesto 'She is mine :
trooaed in the same house here in Clint now. I not tell you
far down on one of the East side avenues, the doors all filled with just finished loading a long, old-fash- she loved ?" And
n::na e; about a block west of this. apparently a me kneeling down,
I think staring fixedly at it,while sever- ioned musket, and raised it to his '
1-liad.sever'seen Marjory Salisbury, vague terror and desire to learn what tie raised her head upon his knee, and
aboutme shoulder. As reached him he fired
al street Arabs where gathered we
but was going on at the Astor Place kissed her.
,,( he had her picture in his room, and Opera
probably attracted by my appearanceand straight up the street, indifferent apparently 0 > ,
31'used House, for every one knew of the The and .
to think he said his prayers to it actor raised his head looked .
manner. There was a flaming as to whether he hit soldier or
'ia the dark;, and, when I had ap tit threats which had been made to keep about him fearfully, wondering if hisstr'ange'companions' '
the of the rioter and commenced loading
at. top
American flag printed '
J soaper he never would give up his room the Englishman off the stage, even if had beard' his his-
poster and under it several words in with automatic slowness and delibera- '
&> it,. for fear the picture would see violence was required. Evidently some tory The gas,'cut off at the.meter: was .
large letters calling on somebody to tion. He was mad, I suppose, with excitement '
something, I suppose. such foolhardy attempt had been made dying in the jet and beneath it the little -
arise and resent the insult to their and resisted the 200 .
by policemen that
party looked like some
,THE PICTURE-03r TIlE WALL. nation and hurl back defiance. I pushed him aside, threw open the company of
guarded the building until the crowd
'If revelers death-stricken in their
teats at
interested me: a good deal, too. I With a vague wonder as to whom gate, and drew Marjory up the short
first inclined to take
at the matter as
'maed'to'look the end of the reveL Sleep had claimed
.at it-when he was out- defiance was to be hurled at, I hurried walk toward the steps, but had.hardly
'. and,admire its beauty, and when that I through a side street toward the Bowery joke., had become enraged and a conflict gone five feet when a ,figure sprang them for his own, save only'the' poet
I had followed. But whence the
-'Ne who glared across the table at the door
f gear's day he surprised me byipiopoaing' to take a car home. On my way I ? down from between the pillars and con- .
:to call her I musketry behind the actor's head, and preservedan
together on fronted
passed several of these placards, some us.
I excused myself and hurried out
iha tay assented. But when I met her headed with the American flag and a "I'll have another shot at them if I attitude of strained attention, as one

''m the}drawing-room of the house in theCokujad few with the Union Jack. These latter. with the rest. As the throng reached get a dose myself," and skulked past us who listens for a sound which'he dreadsto
the lobby I heard an old
*. t.I"said she looked like'this however were generally defaced with gentleman toward the Opera House.It hear.

*onoan. :world is given to lying, mud and, torn so as to be quite unread- beside excited me tone say to a companion, in an was my cousin Poyntz. Marjory At length he rose. "Ugh,":he said,

: end J*ani of the"world. I have never able. On one side of them. could make : uttered a faint cry, and started back. "I can see it-blOod and powder.
"But I tell it
you, man, was platoon clinging to my arm. You will have to 'with
asetf'-BuciiJa .face. Long, f dark eyes, out the. last words: "Remember, stay to-
and that \
firing means
.acarce opening under'the heavy lids and Englishmen and protect your cpuntry- He stepped forward, his heavy brows night.
thick At these words I was seized with in ominous frown he
dark meeting an as
lashes of
'F '. ; thin curving lips men to-night P Beside it was another, The chorus girl stirred in her sleep,
."rtvid. .:ecadet. ," fan'skin, and. an exquis- with the exhortation: "Let all true something of the panic all around me. grasped her wrist. and a hard cough shook her slim figure
fly rounded' chhi- and throat' likeltnoga's"Psyche. Had the riot grown to such formidable "Are you mad to bring her home at
; Americans remember to-night at Astor until the bangle on her wrist jingled.
That was all'the Place!I', proportions that the military had been such a time ?" he cried, furiously, atI I The sound diverted thepo attention.

Canova" about her,.:though ; the rest I remember it enough to getout when called out ? And, if so, where would it be drew her toward the steps. "Why "Poor little girl," he said, and stooped

Jiad the mark of,Constant on it. .As I the car reached it, and walked on end ? The best thing was to get Marjory did you take her out to-night? Marjory, and kissed her quite reverently on the ,,.
bobd:Into i her I' them with side- home at once, for if we waited till the go into the house."
,,., eyes saw in : a t1 r)Ugh to Clinton Place, a forehead.
,'; ;n {,"strange" and' wondrou&ly' but it long glance, .of course, southward to end of tbe play Lafayette Place mightbe "My dear cousin" I answered, as "Are you going to leave these people
!r s i'only animal impassable-nay, it might even now I put my arm around her waist, and ;
?: magnetism, I suppose, Colonnade. As passed the Astor Opera here ? He'll be robbed'"pointing to the
; :laadt;suppose(;I'm thing you out with House I came upon a large crowd of be difficult to regain the Colonnade. I drew 'her away from him, "you are traveling man. ,

thi Juipaody. But her hair was like men, the majority of them pretty hard- pushed my way back to her, and told assuming a tone which I should do
" thii Briyh'ere. Is it a do her of my wish. right to resent. Pray, who gave you "He has a mission," said'the actor,
.. ,,or wig, looking specimens, who however, as a '
., :JPn think." I rule, were quiet and orderly. They She acquiesced without a word, the authority to govern Miss Salisbury'smovements seriously; "it is to be rubbed. Let us "
We though, as I now remember it her last in this ?" He stood not interfere with the decree. Come -
. .; "went there together two or three were staring up at the long windows between way .. '
-tiJDes: : afterward.. .He seemed to have the brick pillars. glance at Forrest, who was 1 still on'the looking at us.for a moment, his hands on..

:.': W:fear'of. being cut out, and as I was I stopped and stared, too; but seeing stage, must have given him another clenched by his side. An together they passed into the wanIng -

; .. '.'.1itt harder' in the same placer I nothing more remarkable than a good passion to add to'the:tatters'of those "Marjory, do you'let him touch you ; night, made ghastly by the dying ';

'!jarttoe I called,I began to cultivate many policemen standing about the which strewed the boards. in' that'way ?" he asked, in a low tone. lament of the wind and the sibilant whis- ,'

&". ,.>*ttood hearty hate for him/a bate that t I doors pushed on through the crowd, In. a moment 'more.we1. 'were on the She trembled violently, and stretched per of the electric light above the cafe' l.

''; '. wonid-have suited Dr. Johnson. I be'i'a' I breaking my shins Incidentally over outside, and after some delay; caused out both hands before her piteously. door..Argonaut

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The, Ihi strawberries. from NOTICE OFFLI:il'iR

,Jacksonville to tke Northern N markets has Land Office at Gainesville; ;

'.been n cOntii e t.. i \prll16. py.,
: PARSONS'iiiPILLPNEW CASH CASH NOTICE is hereby given that 1883.1
:McFidaadbdijustiheceivedfortyhives .t he
T. J
lowhl -nallJed settler has filed V t L';
of bees with which ta establish an intention to make final PrOOf Ind .;

apiary at.New Smyrna. port of his claim and that said ;
:TVTA: frc m RICH .3BIX> "r.HEREP be made before A. A. Steuart, proof"'.1tII.
y Ute Tillage of Manatee ama near be- Titusville Fla., on :
lad tiff eotmplete7elSangs the blood In tile entire system la three months. Any Monday
ting reduced. :to-ashes' recently, through son who-vfll take 1 Pill eeeh night from 1 to 13 weeks may be restored to viz: IJerrian X alJ. of Slay

j the efforts of woods burners health if evens thing be possible. :For caring:Female Complaints these Fills 1 THE Homestead Entry No.5090 fox thety1"
1-1 of S E 1-1
eqoal. phratdans use them la their practice. Sold everywhere,or sent by 31. ands 1.otS""
The Palatka-ETmiW the P. & L R. 1-4 and S W 1-4
says 25 des in stampa. Send for pamphlet. 1.8.JOHNSON CO.. BOSTON. ) \ S W J-I &eetIoa. ,,
B. & is rushing things between there and &D Q LRB T RS township 21 !south range 33 east ...,
.. CROUP, ASTHMA, He names the following 'wjfc ,
Jacksonville We learn that miles > p
twenty JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LJNTMENTwIUIn his continuous
prove residence
x' .has been graded 'and that their force, DIPHTHERIA core taaeotuljr ulna relieve cues out than of tenths ten. d'Information***" ,and that will po will. cultivation of said land."Iz: MoseTv b4.

which'now numbers between four and five many lives tent free by man. itant delay a lll STORE ger E. P. Wilber. J. 1:. Watson :.
: fteventioa 1* better than con. Those, all of Titusville '. **//t.

: r.: hundred, is,being increased. all the time.. JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT { 52 L.Fla.A. Ra|>. '

JrearaJcla.'n ,Sore Lan,.,DIeedIn6 at the 1mIp,0IJ'0n1e DOUIfDeu.Dact1nlrCoullh. Register United States *
MISCELLANEOUS.ARRIVALS Cknaie Kheanuuiun Cbronte LUarrtxca,Chronic Ujteattrr Cholen)lorbua.Kidney Troubles,Disease JYILLE FLORID Laud Off,
a,to. ndLam/Bact. Soldcrerywhere. Bead for pamphlet to J.&Jonasow A '
:.V4 From Enterprise to Titusville.V It Is a wellknownle fact that Jnott of the Land Office *- I
and Powder sold in this UCM? I Gainesville FIL
> Leave Enterprise Monday Wednesday = MAKE '
; Is muthteu; that Sheridan's Aprill9.1881;'}
I"rtdayatlLJJ1. Condition Powder I. abIorWtdy and ncno
NoTIcE is
Tttasvffle -0-- hereby given
Arrive at Monday Wednesday vsty .1ubl. NotblD8' OD earth that .the'fbI.{
and Friday at 9 p. m. win make hens lay like Sheridan' Condition Powder. DOM. one tMsvoonftil to lowing-named settler has filed
." Leave Titosvule Tuesday Thursday and txxL Gold eftl7Wbere.a sent 117 mall for YS txs.In ltamps. 1. 8.Jous'os Jt Co..BOSTOS H his intention to make final notice 01
Saturday at fl s.m. proof la :
.;: V Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursday port of his claim and thatsaldprootw
c' and Saturday at 9 pjn. be made before A. A. Stewart Cl
(. I From Daytona to TltusrUle. CARPETS, MATTING: : OIL Oldest and Most Reliable Place oft cult court at Titusville Fla., on* SaCllrda1 rk.-:

Leave Titusville Mondays, Wednesdays, June 2, 1883. viz: Andrew J. Carter
.> and Fridays at ft a.m. LaGrange Fla., Homestead ,ya
Arrive at 'Daytona Tuesdays Thursdays, Window Shades Dry Goods Entrj :
and Saturdays at 9 p.m. BUSINESS 9.987 for the X i of S W i and lot 4Bo..

Leave Daytona,Mondays.,Wednesdays and of section 32, township 20 south, ,
oJ. Fridays at 5"a.m. 35 east. ,
Arrive at TitturlDe, Tuesdays, Thursday 'KOHN PUECHGOTT & ; lIe
t and Saturdays at 9 p.mJ Indian River, Dealing in names the following;: wftncsinu
,. his continuous
From Titosville to Eau Gallic. prove residence nponanj
: Leave TltosvIIle Tuesday and Friday at cultivation of said land, viz;WmTBifcf.
b JACKSONVILLE, FLA. A. J. Pace. Rufus Herndon and Blehirf
'" Arrive at Eau-Gallie'.Tuesday and Friday Merchandise Herndon,all LaGrange Fla.
; Leave Eau Gallie Wednesday and Saturday Special attention paid to Orders and Correspondence 52 L. A. Buns
at 6 L m.. Register United States Land Office.
Arrive at Titusville Wednesday and Satur- cerning Goods. "
'day at 7 p. m, but strictly Jirsl-tlaia goods are NOTICE. -
: NOTICE. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla., .
The business of H. P. Wilkinson& Co., Great Inducements are offered to March 2-1, 1883.;J

was discontinued the 1st of January last. bought and sold at this Stand. NOTICE is hereby given that tb fofO..
H..P. WILKINSON & Co. :Hotel and Housekeepers.We In -named settler has filed notice oUi
intention to make final proof In inpmit

Rockledge Cash Store. keep everything imaginable in the line of goods mentioned above. of his claim,and that said proof will !U
: I will continue business at the Bock- ----a- made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk cheek

ledge Cash Store keeping a full line of fiSIn ordering describe your wants, limit cost of goods and you will court at Titiisvllle, Fla., on Tuesday Mir
8th 1883, viz: Samuel J. Frost .,
of Bock
Groceries Dry Goods Hardware etc. .
the what you order. I ledge Fla, for lid. No. 11.358 for the N
during ensuing summer which we
will sell for cash only at greatly reduced A Dollar will buy exactly 3G E 4 East.Section 2G,Township 24 South,Bup

rates and I hereby constitute I lr. W. D. "
<. WALTON 'VI-1ANN" & co. names the following witnesses
my duly authorized agent during his continuous
prove residence
absence from the State.H. $1.00 worth.Established upon,and
my cultivation of said land vlz: Jlmes It.
P. WlLKIXSOX.Bockledge p OW BRA.NI Carter, Aaron Cleveland of Rockled '

April 26, 1883 52t5 and Samuel Fields, John Fields ,of CUT,
p- in 1S73. Point Florida
Orange Tree and Vegetable RegUier.

i }--02- J. J : -@ PREPARED EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable orders to U. S. Land Office NOTICE at Gainesville.1'

;. Florida. It will produce a heavy, but sound and huilthy growth on growing April 23, 1883.;
Home, borne,tweet, sweet home. and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit., COMPLAINT having been entered at
Coining Dome At Last. IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and in Headquarters Store, this office by Frank Forster against Join

John; Howard Payne,author of the im- latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity. Ellerberger for abandoning his Homestead *.
entry No. 5183,dated aprll 28,1877; ,
mortal "Home, Sweet Home," was a IT IS SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED FOR PINEAPPLES.WALTON Titusville Fla. the lots
upon 3. 6, 5, and 7, Section 37,
wanderer without a home,who often had
Township 31 south Eu&fa'
not roof his head and who
a over died
'. far away from native land and friends. 1: WHANN & CO., Brevard county, Florida, with a view to
Florida State Gazetteerand the cancellation of said the'said
hi, His remains have been transported from
Wilmington Del.A .
L parties are hereby summoned to
Tunis Oak Hill tppear
: to
t:1' at this Office the 14th
on ofJanelS8
D. C., where they will rest until the last L McLean the day
trumpet bids him rise to that Home. Captain of sloop "Agnes1' to briny you a tact of the BUSINESS DIRECTORY, at 3 o'clock p. m., to respond and iorohi

Sweet Home where testimony concerning said alleged aban
homeless ones shall
the business and address
'!} names, donment.
rest forever. PLOW BRAND.
: L. A.BauNES. Register,
Musical Homes Are HaDDY Homes. -of the- 1 w5 JOHN FEotLixs.BecelYer..
JNO. ANDERSON, of Ormond.Agent for East and South Florida.
Yes, our homes can be made happier Professional & Business men, NOTICE.
and sweeter through the refining influences .
the principal farmers and land SIx
of music. Put In the Piano or the months after date I will present u,
Organ, provide the latest Music, gatherin \ orange groves and plan- his Honor J.A. McCrory, Judge of the
the children and the neighbors and COLLINS CO. HARTFORDEstablished tations, together with a final county court of Brevard county Fla my
accounts and vouchers as Executorof
make the old home ring: with sweet and ,
inspiring melody. oj.All Cities, Towns and Villages, the Estate of Samuel Moore late of
1826.MANUFACTURERS said county deceased and ask for a final
to reach them and
,Where to the Piano other valuable
: get or Organ. Information. discharge as such Executor.

Send to us,of course. No other House PmxEas D. WESSON, Executor
North or South can give you such bar important work will be issued just :March 29, 1883. (-IS.8m)
gains. 'We lead all. Ten Grand Makers soon as the labor of collecting

and over 800 styles to select from. Lowest compiling the facts can be accom NOTICE .

Rock Bottom Prices. Easiest terms To the business U. S.Land Office, Gainesville Fla. \
for payment.Maker's names on all instru commu- March 27, 1883./
ments. No stencil or. cheap Instruments : will be the most valuable book Complaint hiving been entered at this

:: sold. Only house in America selling: Pianos has yet been published about Office bv D.Chalmers Erine against Edwin .
1\. and Organs on the one pnce plan. T. Frost for abandoning his homestead -
Uniform. prices to all.Purchasers supplied '_ *H+i 1 I Price, $5. to be sold by subscrip entry number 5,213, dated May 7th
x direct. Every man his own ygent. .. ,_ s- I tion. 1877. upon the lots 3 and 4 Section 33 and
PIANOS lots 3 and 7, Section 36, Township 31 S,
$225, $230 $300. Baler
for Advertising:
Range 39 E., in Brevard county, Florida,
ORGANS-$22, $30, $:>0, $75, $100. -'- with book$. (). J Page with book$30 with a view to the cancellation of said
Sent on 15 days'test trial. No money OF entry: the said parties are hereby,lam-
required until satisfaction is given. Six wanted in every county, to moned to appear at this Office on the 23d

months exchange privilege. Six years liberal terms will! be offered." day of May 1883, at 10 o'clock a.
guarantee. Every inducement that can Axes Hatchets Picks respond and furnish testimony concern
,. honestly be extended; send for latest illustrated & APPLEYARD Pubs. ing said alleged abandonment.L. .
Catalogues,special offers Price A. BaRNES, Register.
lists and full information. We can suityou AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY Box 1042.] Jacksonville, Fla. 49 4w JOllY F. ROLLINS. Receiver.
and we will if we get half a chance.
. SMALL MUSICAL INSTR UJfEXT8. Property U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fl\.\
Violins Martin Guitars, Accordeons, FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS For Sale March 27. 1883./

Richter Harmonicas, Concertinas, Flutes Of all sizes and prices frcn $3 t) $D Also. Machines. Complaint having been enterN"at this
Fifes, Clarionets, Drums Dobson banjos PLw.nj acres of land in the City Point Office by Thomas J. DeStuben against!

: Tamborines, Organnas. Immense stock. Farmers will receive valuable Information, catalogues! &c., Splendid new galvanized Richard C. Hudson for abandoning: Ids
Direct importation. Lowest prices; send by writing to the makers, Fence around twelve homestead entry number 5212. dated
: for Retail Catalogues.PA COLLINS & CO.. 212 Water St.. New York. acres. Five May 7th. 1877 upon the Jots 1 and 2.See-
GANINI ITALIANSTBLVGS young and healthy Orange trees tion.1.-32 S. and lot 8 Section 36.Township
:.. Handsomest and best in the wide world. bearing trees. Beautiful River 31 S, Range 39 E., in Brevard county -

,J Our special brand, sold for ten years past Six acres as fine cane and banana Florida, wit ha view to the cancellation
Used by the best violinists. Price 25 cts of said entry: the said parties are hereby
each 85 cts per set for Violin, $1.25 for there is in the stat Adjoining tsuinnioned to appear at this office on the

r Guitar. The Florida Star Printing Office.ALL of the Hon. Wm. H. Sharpe. 22d day of May 1883 at 3 o'clock p. iv'
SHEET JI bSIC. Immense stock. to
Everything a good opportunity for one respond and furnish testimony concerning
published i Every thing published. any said alleged abandonment.L. .
Over 300,000 pieces on our shelves. Pnce to make a good investment, as A. BaRNES, Register.

,, reduced. Music Books in endless variety. must be sold. Titles perfect. 49w4 JOHN F. ROLLINS. Receiver.
Thousands of music teachers
,:" ,Catalogues free. supplied. KINDS OFMERCHANTILE intending to purchase can make .

BAND INSTR UMENTS. Brass and Sil- of Dr. G. W. Holmes or Hon.

ver, German, French and American. Ro- Sharpe. For terms and further tats ram au : taus.
ary Valves,Light Piston, Genuine Cour- address A. P. Perham Quit- BeetCoogDtl>Boldhy 1a '1'settegood.17aelntlma .
4ois.,Bands with full
supplied sets. All
. or R. C. Perham
PRINTING City Point Fla.
competition meet; send for catalogues. ,
". HOME, SWEET HOME. Our new pop- with Captain Peter Wright of -'
ular Home Magazine, Monthly. 50 cents sailing sloop "Mist" who will '*TNE BEST IB CHEAMST"

per year;illustrated. Cheapest magazine parties to see the "
property. BDtttPOIefTNRESHERS t1 ufgultedtoan.rctlona
r In existence; specimen copy free. JaIId
, um Album containing over $4.00 worth Furnished at Short Notice.PARSONSiPILISauRC NriteforWREEV1OLP.a
I: of music given each subscriber. FOR SALE. ADd I'dcw to tJle4llUmaa"l TVloc o..lIauO.IiLC>->O

Musical Want flat-bottomed boat
> Every Supplied sloop-rigged.

t:- Mien & Bates'. Sonttern Music House, feet long, with a comforta- NO PATENT Obtained, for NO Mechanlctl PAY. de- .
new sails. Good
;1: SAVANNAH, GA. breadth I nj .
: p liminaropneaamluat '
4 Labels. All
I\ The Great Wholesale Piano .
{ oftheSauth. perfectly tight and sails well.- "Guiue for obtaining Patents" U gent ties .
everywhere. AdtlressWJl'ISBAGOEBlCWSolicitors _
x ] good mule, of small size, that will of Patents, Washington D.C. ';;
{, NAVALBAmEx : .. ." ,tbs. th bloedi.tbe.atlrs ChrM.oaw. .A111Penna wh.wtnudt.ONEP1Li. anywhere. For further f1 0
,,: ,,,, Honey at the f t Sea6cbqol'tf: Fornnc..plai.bCB NIGHT,aoll OSK...TO\11_TWELVE t..o.adlnith.if sueD.UIIai,......."1.. particulars = :
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,if. Jiud.e: :CO Omcar,<3t Cheaut SJOmx.SU U.'S.' N. Addro,,1'I.* .r swt'F srt far ri .aas is.tuttle. t4.d for opsnLrh9c .sjo1.thanOSTfaONis a I.p wia..toa n eua.lbldarwh.'Isss, n. R., STAR OFFICE; HjrHDl'WANTEOfOO.( A

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> very That Woman '
4' ; /f s Statistical and Useful.
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declared it
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recent: ire In;:Ottawa; Canada: -
i f.e Dd ,of 'electricity at. easier to. find: '*Yertebr. I of monster .* .
some one Bent a telegram to the owner, Good morning."
):F" t' ,, '- extinct reptiles"than the bodies of the : Th.Money Order Sytlim.The' .
h t;::;:.;.;;..tlorn.II_ 1_ver. who was In .Boston, saying:' "Premisesall "Good morning madam f t Take a

; i!. .gathered .inIndia, itrit' seal, walrus or bird of.the present day. on fire.. What lUll we do?" The following figures are furnishedby seat !I""You ,
The problem; is yet unsolved.In the General Superintendent of the
"t cb -ral* far more deadlyfbewoodeddistricta. came back, promptly t "Put it
answer '
.p money order department: The numberof don't know me, do you?"
flutn in 'an American Association "
paper out.
money orders issued during the fiscal "I am under the necessity of saying
Stij. (""-vJ: et Terre")maintainsthe Dr., Britton describes 'a post-tertiary, "I,know," said a little girl to her "
that I do not madam!
; year was 7,240,537 for the whole United ,
.; ,of the West.Indies. pre-glacial deposit, near Bridgeton, :N. elder sister's: young man. at the supper
't..Ja Wen I will tell who I I
.: States. This in money reached the you &m.
fj. ijph 0D8 ,of Chinese Sea J., comsaca enough to furnish a build- table, "that you will join our societyfor -
Mrs. Churchill
enormous sum of 10035281882. Overa am the editress of the
'of twelve, days, equal to ing material, which contains casts 'of the Protection of Little Birds, for
a r lid Bee of Denver.. Of course
i hundred millions passed in absolute Queen you
of the sun. the shells of the hard clam with silici- fond of
ttj2tt rotation mamma says you are very
* ,,. the.. afety through our hands. The fees paid know me now, and of course have heard
4;.. ..r.-"" fied wood and in which fine im- larks."'
statehidglairy very
-;{f.iV; getatie:albuanen in ,its pure to the Postoffice Department reached of the Queen Bee The boys, they call
l... pressions_of leaves-including those of "I like hat much he u
f t. ; tasteless fluid, anal 0- your new very Bee
i the aggregate of 5916,422.80. For the it the She but I don't care what
: It is foundatofliriUyhi the sweet gum, or liquidambar, vibur- said. "It's 'chic there's a sort of '
. ..., tO the.white f,8D ezg. transaction of all this an immense they: call it, so long as they are good
num riTanfo and elm-are occasionallyfound. 'abondon' ""There isn't sort of aband
leaves any
;, the juices of green amount of correspondence is necessary.We looking and take'the paper. It is a

'.tf -:ts:wet as hi the flour from wheat. : on it," she said, routing ; "it's a wrote nearly 40,000 letters last saucy paperand some things that makes

said to be the I An account is given in English jour- real ostrich feather."
r .'fin'ninety-foot lathes, year. the gentlemen'blush and reddens their
Jr_ Jat geet', have been made by nals of the performance of a locomotiveon A member of the rhetorical when class the just "You spoke of the increase." cheeks; but it is a fearless paper, I assure
finished his declamation
the Great Northern Railroad. which pro-
Iron Works. Each and for the and
Boston you men right
.( goes
: 600,000 pounds of iron. recently carried the Duke of Edinburgfrom fessor said: ")[r. -, do you suppose "True. If you are not tired'of fig left."

;' ]&e contains would addresshis soldiers ures I will give some more. In 1879
that you
Leeds to London miles in a
1 joie to be used to bore out cannon. 1861 "What is the politics of your illus
, three hours, or at the rate of sixty-two n the manner you spoke that piece?" we bad 1,161,378 transactions, amount- i dear madam?" :

,'. 'bt.. ''8prlni (Belgian Academy of miles per hour. This speed bas frequently "Yes, sir, I do," was the reply, "if he ing in money to $13,652,.'73.37.: This journal,my ,
des that the seat of the and woman's
Eid.concl My politics religion are
) been equalled and sometimes half-scared to death,and asnel"OUSas was an increase over 1878 of 100,119

f electricity?of not, as generally surpassed for short distances. The a cat." transactions and 3000000. The next rights, woman's independence, and

7 t admitted, in the moist regions of the I 1880 showed 1,351,095 transac- woman's privilege to vote. You know ,
engine had driving wheels eight feet in A cute editor wrote the following : year ,
( atmosphere, but in the cold and dry bill tions amounting in all to$51,231,749.04.This or ought to know, that woman rules the
diameter, or two feet 'larger than the "A man who is owing us a little ,

' mpeuLratam.Of wheels of American engines.A said he would call last week and pay was a gain over the previous year world,the court, the grove. She controls

the 140,000 known species of plants health station for us, if he was alive. lIe still appears in of 1SOU20, transactions, and $7,579- man as the'potter controls his clay. She-
: patients suffering
jl.? de:Candolle;, finds that mankind from pulmonary consumption is to be the street ; but as he did not call, it is 475.67. The work is constantly increas- nurses the baby, spanks the children

, nukes,use of only about 300 at most. naturally supposed that he is dead and ing. The average of all the orders is rocks the cradle, flirts with the boys
erected on the summit of the Schwarz-
that the cherry was I and looks after especially the
; states also $13. man
.He' walking around do save funeral expenses. -.
horn in Switzerland at an elevation of
tct.bin Greece and Italy long young man, with?a growing moustache '
; :known .
about 10,000 feet above the sea. The hotel '
the time of Lucullns.A mis- Quantity of Seed par Acre. and a good bank account. We make
before, This slang does raise the very
which is to bear the name of"Adler- sacrifices for '.
a peculiar tree, named the "Sorrow- borst" chief. When a handsome young wife Grain Drilled. Wheat to 2 great man. Perhaps you .
,. (eyrie), will be built to accom- 1J don't see it this but I looked after
,ful "prows upon the island of Goa, near went to a hardware store to get one of bushels to 1 oats 2 to 3 way,
I modate 200 guests and be accessible bya ; rye, 1J } ; } ; a man once until I got tired of the vigil
:Bombay. It flourishes.only at nightTbe narrow carriage-road, as well as by a those wooden contrivances to mash potatoes Barley and oats, 1 bushel of oats to 2
and had to wet nurse to
employ a con-
flowers,:which have a fragant odor, wire-cord tramway. The constructionof and said, "I want a masher," bushels of barley; peas, 2 to 3 bushels ; tinue the business. But I wanted to

:J it'gryeai. :soon after sunset the year round, the hotel is to be proceeded with at every man in the shop, from the boss to buck\\'heat.l to of a bushel ; corn in to that I here

and close up or fall off as the sun rises. once, and the house is to be ready for the office boy, started to wait on her. hills, 6 to 9 quarts; in drills for fodder, say rustlers you to see what am I can among do for you theQueen

'KuMty-three,thousand acres of trees occupancy in two years. Gent to waiter : "Bring me some" 2 to 3 bushels ; broom corn in drills, j Itee. I sat up ,all"'night ,In the .

been planted under the new Ar- grammatical and typographical errors. to of bushel beans 1 to 1 bushels
Lave According to the recent official report | a ; } ; car, got here this morning and don'tlike
boriculture in Kansas. Unfortu- Waiter (looking puzzled at first, but recovering to of bushel.
f sorghum j $ a
the of horse-flesh article of .
use as an myself, but when I am fixed up ..
in a moment his usual seren-

,1I BI lypnferencebasbeengivenbecauseof rapid growth, to, the cotton tree, human food is steadily increasing were in ity): "We are just out of them, sir." Grasses.-Timothy, 8 to 12 quarts; good, I am a daisy."
Paris. In 1875 7000 horses slaughtered -
which in every respect is as worthless "Then what do you mean by keeping orchard grass, 1} to 2 bushels; redtop, With these brief 'observations, the

the mullen stalL for this purpose ; in 1880 the them on your bill of fare?" 12 to 16 quarts ; Kentucky blue grass, J 3 young lady who is known as the editressof ,.:
as number was 9000 and in 1881 9300. "
A man found a rough-looking indi- bushels; white clover, 4 to 6 quarts ; the Quern Pee, of Denver the
, Muskrats cut trees three feet in
down Besides these there were sold at the
vidual in his cellar. "Who are you ?" red clover 6 to 8 quarts; millet, | to t\ state of Colorado, departed, leaving us
fell them in directkm.with
diameter. -
They any forty establishments exclusively devoted '
he demanded. "The gasman come to bushel; lucerne, 8 to pounds. with the impression of a, once beautiful
the accuracy of a Michigan to this business ten carcasses of donkeys

' ;hmbtnnaa. Along the streams in in 1875, 320 in 1880 and 400 in 1881. take the statement of the meter," was Vegetables and Seeds.-Beets, 4 to 5 woman, femine garrulity, frizzes, gray

,;1 Southwestern Colorado, millions of feet The estimated weight of horse-flesh the reply. "Great heavens 1" cried the pounds; carrots, 2 pounds ; ruta baga, curls, starch, powder, .woman'a'rightl, :
householder "I only a and intense hatred of. wicked
of tai ib1e timber have been destroyed consumed in Paris last year was about hoped you were f to 1 pound ; tobacco, 2 ounces,cotton, an man.

''bi these rodents. 1670 English tons, and in addition burglar." 2 to 5 bushels; turnips, 1 to 2 pounds; She is about 53 years'old, ,so she I says,
An Irishman received doctor's but don't look inch ?
t once a an over eighteen( )
Jectricahnotors have recently been about 18 tons of donkey-flesh, without onions,3 to 4 pounds
bill. lie looked it carefully over, and and is as dashing and bewitching as any :
introduced at several French collieries.A reckoning the offal, which is used m I
said be had no objections to paying for young woman intent on heart breaking.We ,
Gnome machine has been in use for the making of
sausages...... the medicines; but the visits he will How He Diverted His Pa's Mind I hope the sweet stranger will call '. '-
semi time past at the Blanzy mine, and
return. again. She expressed us favorably! andas
I That ?
"May Baby
otben are at work in the Thibaud mines, 'I
; Ain't that a lovely critter John?" The bad boy's pa, according to Peck's our gray-haired grandmother possesses -

belonging to the Terre Noire Company, To a soldier, far away from home, said Jerusha, as they stepped before the Sun, has been taken in and done for by I I an interest to us that will never
sad at the mine de la Feronniere.
" there is no more touching sight than leopard's cage.U Wa'al, yes," said a pious Colorado swindler, who made die, we feel a kindly interest .in. the

Professor Whitney maintains that the that.of a baby in its mother's arms. John ; "but he's dreffully freckled.Ain't him vice-president of a fraudulent mining I I good woman who revives the,touching .

'earth is gradually drying up-a process While on their way to Gettysburg, our he ?" company which didn't own any reminiscences of that early'. JJperiod.PasoJIerald. .-

Thich commenced in cretaceous times. troops were marching by night through .
After the circumstancesthe
I "En passant:" What are you always mine. relating

The tarreaslng' dryness, within the historical I a village, over whose gateways hung thinking about, Ida?" I am always bad boy said to the grocery man : .;It. .-

: period of Persia, Arabia, the lighted lanterns, while young girls shed thinking about nothing, auntie. I "Don't you never try to get rich quick." ..;.

countries around the Aral and Caspian, tears as they watched the brothers of never think about anything unless I "Never you mind me," said the Courtship in Greenland. j

North Africa and Greece, is proved byabradant of other women march on to possible man. "They dont catch me
of think
happen to think something to --
f cta. death. A scene of the march is thus on any of their silver mines. But I

described the author of "Bullet and about"A There is something exceedingly melancholy ,
TheLondon lAve Stock Journal says by little girl who ran home from hope this will have some influence on in the accounts which are given

that sunflower'oil is used for Shell: and teach to respect pa's '
greatly school all out of breath, said: "Ob, you, you your
of the custom of courtship. in Green
for moment at the gate
adulterating salad oil, and that the Stopping a please ma, may I get married and have feelings and not play any jokes on him land. Generally women enter the
letTei of the plants: are largely employedin dwelling, I noticed a young mother a husband ?" "My child 1" exclaimedthe while he is feeling so bad over his being ,
blessed estate with more willingnessand
leaning over it with a chubby child in "
the adulteration of tobacco. The oil swindled.
astonished mother "don't let me
less solicitude than men. The
supposed to unsurpassed as a lubricant her arms. Above the woman's head hear such words from you again I" "0, I don't know about that. I think
women of Greenland are an exception :;
,and soap made from it is unequaled swung a couple of stable-lanterns, their "Well then I have a piece of when a man is in trouble, if he has a
may to this rule. A Greenlander having his
for light falling full upon her face. The take his mind from his ,
fattening I bread and butter and go out to play in good little boy to
affections some female acquaint
with delight at the upon ,
child was crowing
I troubles it rests him. Last night we
A German patent has just been taken watched the armed the back yard t"fi his parents with the state of.his heart.
strange pagent; as had hot maple syrup and biscuit for sup-
'out for the manufacture of bottles etc. It sleeping car at midnight. to the of the
"I beg pardon was a They apply parents girl, .
host pass on. your per, and pa had a saucer full in front of
from cut iron, containing 12 per cent.. ma'am," said Jim Manners, one of my Three-fourths or more of the passengers trim just a steaming. I could see he and if the,parents are thus agreed the :

of Bufeon; a compound which is said to men, as he dropped the butt of his had been kept awake by the loud snores was thinking too much about his mining next proceeding is to appoint two female ,

resist the action of the strongest acids. the and peered of an adept in the art. Sometimes negotiators whose duty is to broach the :
musket on ground,
stock, and I thought if there was any- .
ms.aJso recommended for the iron into the faces of the mother JEolian strains would mount the scale subject to the young lady. This is a :
wistfully thing I could do to take his mind off of
plate-of zinc and .iron galvanic batter child. and in fortissimo melody it would matter of great tact and delicacy. The
and her
it and place it on something else I wouldbe
]*: but I kiss that almost lull the listener to repose with lady ambassadors do not shock the
"I beg pardon may doing a kindness that would be appre-
The:skeleton of a Dinosaurin reptile, like its plaintive lullaby. At last a stento- young lady to whom they are'sent by
baby of yours ? I've got one just ciated. I sat on the right of pa, and
tb 7-be feet long,has been unearthed him at home ; at least be was when I rian blast that fairly made the windows when he wasn't looking I pulled thetable any sudden of abrupt avowal of the ;

hi the Bad Lands of Dakota. The creat- rattle was followed by a period of per- awful subject of their mission Instead "
last saw him, years ago. cloth so the saucer of redhot maple
w fc:supposed to have stood twenty- The mother, a sympathetic tear rolling fect silence. "Thank heaven," exclaimed syrup dropped off in his lap. Well, of doing this they launch out In praises :

fir*feet high. The weight of the skull cheek silently a passenger, "he has blown of the gentleman who seeks her band.
down her blooming you'd a dide to see how quick his I .
fr 691 pounds, and the whole skeleton held out the child. Jim pressed his his brains out." thoughts turned from his financial They speak of the splendor of, '

1900 pounds' The bones will be placed unshaven face to its innocent, smiling Useful servants: After the war, saysa troubles to his physical misfortunes. the sumptuousnees of his furniture, of

-fa the Academy of Natural Sciences in when the number of his and skill in catching seals
and then walked on correspondent, courage ,
lips for a moment, There was about a pint of hot syrup,
Philadelphia. much reduced two and other accomplishments. The lady
our servants was ,
saying- and it went all over his lap, and you

The tensile strength of glass has been "God bless you ma'am for that !1" negro girls aged eighteen and twenty, know how hot melted sugar is, and how pretending to affronted even at these .

shown to be between 2000 and 9000Poondsper Poor Jim Manners! lie never saw went to the nearest village to hire out. it sort of clings to anything. jumped remote hints, runs away, tearing the :

square inch, and the crushing his boy again in life. A bullet laid him The lady, to whom they applied, askedif up and grabbed hold of his pants legs to rinjlets of hair as she retires, while the '

: strength between 6000 and 10,000 low the next day, as we made our first they could cook. "Xo'om we ain't pull them away from hisself, and he ambassadresses, having got,the consent

,JJJjJj'Ptt? square inch. By trials a charge. never bin cook none." "Can you danced around and told me to turn the of her parents, pursue bar, take her by
J2 t1m ago M. Traulienie found that wash?" "Xo'om, we ain't bin wash force to the house of her destined husband -
hose on him, and then he took a pitcherof
$glass one inch square and one During a gust at Williamsport, none neither. Aunt Sally wash." "Can ice-water and poured it down his and there leave her. Compelled to

foot between ,the end supports breaks Penna., two boats in which men were yon clean house, then?" "Xo'om, pants and he said the comdemned old i remain there, the sits for days with ,di- ;

ceder a load of 170 pounds. returning from a boom on the river least we ain't never been clean none.'* shevelled bair, ent and dejected.refus- ?
table was getting so rickety that a I
Owen, in Longman's.% capsized. Three young men named And so I went on through the whole list saucer wouldn't stay on it, and I told pa ing every kind of sustenance, until at ;

,N, toys that "present evidence con- Herman JIartman, Del Rhoads and of qualifications, receiving always the if he would put some tar on his legs, last,if.kind. entreaties do not prevail ,

; i in and a boy named Wilts, "Well what she is compelled by force, and even by
:concluding that the modes of Grant same negative answer. the same kind that he told me to put on ,

t rJJ*"* ndes'of ,thought of the men wore drowned.-Four Swedes were in heaven's name,"said I at last, "have I my lip to make my moustache grow, the blows, to submit to the
| 4 Teleft evidences of their existSL" drowned by the upsetting of a boat on you been accustomed to do?" Lucin- : syrup wouldn't barn so, and then he some cases the Greenland women

the Lake Washington, Washington Terri- da's dusky face:brightened. "Sakey faint at the proposals of marriage; in
: ; earliest! periods hithertooorered cuffed me and I think he felt better. It
"scale-eaten" boiler in she hunt for master's andI others they fly to the mountains and only
? and ritory.-A here specs,
determined such to
: t were is a great thing get a man's mind off
II are now observable hi 'savages,' or Donald McCleary's planing mill, at keep flies off de ole miss I" his troubles, but where a man hasn't return when compelled to do so by hunger .
burst blowing out and cold. If one cuts off her hairit <
humaniacea Portland Oregon, ,
which arecommonly got any mind, like you, for instance-"
f, aaaBea; the front of the mill, and killing the At this point the is a sign that she is determined to resist "

Two other men were in- The ceunt of cash in the U. S. groceryman pickedup to death. The' Greenland wife is
.: orkenskjold engineer. a fire poker and the boy went out in
during his ,
jurecl.-Yary Ayres,tea years of age, Treasury vaults was completed, and an the slave of her husband;doomed a !
r: fi Je, 'WaS, a hurry and hung a sign in front of
; PerPle by the up '
1_ burned to death at a bonfire in excess of 3 cents was found in favor of life of toil, drudgery and privation.Ex. .- l
r ,, : What ub2nM8of the bodies was Gifillan. the grocery, "Caah paid for fat dogs." x
Mr. .
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M "B.ione.ett cif, Ibe..Bor lease The wind fa frtfmiSe r* w.'Ihe J. C. NORWOOD & CO., PKITCII: riD & MAY.'. j.'t F;
; thermometer stands at 76 at 9 a. m. "'
lI'iD town PRITCHAjlD &' -
tibia -
/* JVaN week.pearaace
.. ,L". .. Barometer indicates 'Fair. DEALERS L"i. :J-
swlB; ;: .OOrO: haadmpi y d, the apW Sun rises at: 5:01 and sets at 6:52. OFFER FOR SALE :' REAL ESTATE AGEJofTitusville

of nkitbre'with.a coat of.white Moon rises at 9:11 p. m. STAPLE AND FANCY GROGERIESsConfetJonerJes 1'
., and Dwel ;,
Moon 29th Residence Lots ,
.1Ii IL .. quarters a 9:56 a.m. 8.BoaineM, 4
"J .,...."" .. lings in TItusville.o ,
F ',.;;;:Ttt thermometer- indicated 62 degrees TAXATSE880R'S NOTICE.' D GR.\.r. '

4 M' **ryertenlay morning* -at'llnnrl8e.- Cool for I will be at the Precincts at the following Fine Tobaccos and t' '
times for receiving the Tax Returns.
thin tiny of jeu ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.

""':':We hear that"' already a prize has St. Lucie, June 6th LaGrange, _

been-donated'fo/the slowest boat in the Eau Gallic, "" 9th --- -- CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, Wm. Scott. :$I.
City Point, 12th LX.
RegatUtmtheyburth.JC i ., Burnham's, 15th LAMPS& FIXTURES. Titnsville Fla. snr t.,
,- : M. Stellenwerf has vacated the Haulover, "" 19th WOODEN & T INW An.E. SCOTT & THRASHER, v, :" ',i iIt.. I

Titan House and Mrs. M. E.' Titus has LaGrange, 22ndTUusTille ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
23rd ;
taken poe ession.' The House will be 1 R. SANDERS, Assessor. J6rAl Unimproved LoU in Indian, Meal Corn Sanford : :

K closed for the present. Titusville, Florida, May 2-1, 1883. River City.BSiJIavealarpelistof Mr. Scott is now located atlltat ;"

T Mr. M. T. Jones, of LaGrange, was A CARD. neal Estate Law a spccia>u .....' ,

in town on Monday,morning., He repot3 have sold my interest in the LaGrange I Hay, C. B. MAGRUDER1,

the,mosquitoes 'a ,little troublesome. in Store to E. L. Brady. I thank my friends '-

: the low hammock. and the public generally for their patron Oats Etc. COUNTY SURVEYOR,
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age during past years. I respectfully solicit "
; =Meseis.Metzger and'ail have gone the same support for:Mr. E.L. Brady AND NOTARY PUBLIC: ,.

I after the new'county safe, at Lake Har- who will continue the business with increased aL>o agents for -

racy, with six yoke of oxen. It will probably facilities for supplying his customers Rockledge, F1&11

be in here some time to-day. with a full stock of merchandise. Orange Groves, Jacob Reeds' Sons, s. JO.YES. ".
Very Respectfully, A. BRADY. on High Hammock and,First-class: MINOR -; :
The'Athletesrof this place, were quite LaGrange, April 2Sth 1883. Pine lands, which we are offeringat CLOTHIERS,

:badly beaten atagame with the LaGrange Bottom Prices. ATTORNEYATLAW.Titusville
NOTICE.I Samples to be seen at store.NOTIONS. :,
nine last Saturday., The score stood 21
will be Titusville 30
at days, com : lI ,
._ LaGrange and 7 for Athletes. mencing the 1st day of June, for the purpose ,
I'? << of collecting taxes for 1882, after TWT E. EXGLIS1I. ; :'
Trading sloop Agnes, Captain ,
{ which time my books will be closed. -p DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS '.' ,',
McLean arrived here last
FURTHER XOTICE. Notary Public State at Lira
.Y noon.'' As usual, the Agnes had a good All persons transacting any businessfor Gents' (Clothil} & FnrnisMm Goods Affidavits drawn and all business ,

stock of Dry Goods,'Groceries, etc. which a State and County License is March 1st 44 tr. to me promptly attended to. > BtrMM- .

-ForeSt fires right west of here within due and unpaid willj>lease come forward Pine-apple land, First Quality at low Office at his residence '''
and obtain such license, said licenses figures. 8e\'ernllarge tracts of Heavy J. M. Dixon .
the few have the Titusville, F1o:
past days compelled people may be obtained from J. A. :McCrory at Hammock Lands well adapted to .

t living there to turn' out and fight it Titusville, who is my lawful deputy, for sugar cane, bananas and early vegetables. : \'ILLS, : : FLORIDA. D COW IE. '"-:

to save their homes from being destroyed. that purpose. D. W. 3ICQI AIG. Dealer in
Tax Collector for Brevard Co. ,
.; :-We'learn that Mr. Hovey and lady, Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, 0

'l who,have been spending the winter, at NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.; I Fancy and Toilet Articles. Physician and Surgeon. -' '',

J' Mr. Jas. :Pritchard's started yesterday p. Perfumery Dye-stnfls Paints Oils Titusville. ,.FloriikkS
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7 morning for New York going via Rock-,
Varnishes&brushes&almost everything F. GRAY. ;"
t ledge.. I I HART & SMITH'SRockledge I kept by a first-class Drug House. .

!. Remember that 'Norwood's Hack BSALso Unimproved Lands, in all sections Any drug, medicine or Instrument Watch Maker and Jeweller. '
Line. ..
by customersand '
:.: Line will carry you, triweekly to Enterprise of the county. not on hand, will be ordered. ALL WORK WARRANTED ,
The Steamer "ASTATULA
connecting with the St. Johns River Prescriptlona carefully compoundednight Work or orders left with r. E. Wager M'tf

..' steamers for Jacksonville. Fare to Will leave Sanford and Enterprise, or day with accuracy and dispatch Grange Post Office.will TitnsvWe receive promptattennoLWlgl or with A. Brady U.,

Enterprise,,$4. every Tuesday and Friday for Lake Poin- -p- ;by competent persons. Iy36 In Titusvllle every ilonday. --:

:; -We call attention to Messrs. Fritch- sett Landing, connecting at Rockledge NEWSPAPERSubscription DR. H. R. WILSON.

and and, Mayfs' new advertisement this with steamers for Titusville all points

I", week. Parties wishing to purchase lands on.Indian River and Lake Worth. The !! Agency. : Will continue the practice of Met iciM,ia

': should read their advertisement and con Astatula will call at Salt Lake for Titus A few very desirable Home The undersigned having opened a Titusville and vicinity .- .'...

vine on Tuesday's MfeadMlefl. ...
suit them as they: are sure to please. r.,
{" NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCYWill Office at J. M. Dixon's Drag Store,"'<;.f"
rWe learn that the men of "' j
young ?
f>- Will leave Lake Poinsett be receive
pleased to subscriptionsto
t the AWL.EY D. D S.
Rockledge are taking initiatory steps A.B. !
and at 4 M
m. Prompt
i toward organizing a Base, Ball Club p. pII.Parties anyPerioc.liral
close connections made with daily line Dentist. f||
There is nothing like it, boys; Base Ball or Newspaper published.o Visiting _
steamers for Jacksonville and all
.{.J is bound to be all the rage during this points -o- Makes frequent trips to Indian, Elm; ,
North. Capt. Joe Smith, Lake Worth Ac. ',
time trouble and
summer. expense by apply ,'
u 3 tf Manager. having money to purchase P. O. Address New
The STAR will now be ;Delivered at mortgages, will find safe investments ing to CHAS. H. XAUMAX, Smyrna, 1.l '

the post-office Wednesday A. L. :A.TCI-I: on undoubted securitv. fr
v every evening Subscription Agent, CII. X. IJJIAX. J

nietead of every,Thursday morning, thus LGROCEIII* Haulover P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. ,;--:

.} enabling our: subscribers at this place, La- Justice of the Peace andvtary "-" '

Grange and farther north to get their papers S.PROVISIOKS, -0- The Lund :House: \.
\ Public State-at-tarfc.
earlier. -4- ,,
1.3.- aIT1
Office at the Haul-Over.
The mail steamer "Ibis," carrying Corner Main Street & Washington Ave '

'i ".. the mail between this place and Eau Gal DRY GOODS, ;,
Tllusvllle, : Florida. JOHNSON cocKsnrrr.:
aeirReul Estate placed in our hands for
lie,,was disabled last Frid Y.1>etween this Hardware and General Mercliantoe I sale, exchange, or to let, will receive -' 1 k

: place and Ciiy Point, and returned to prompt attention.
Solar Public ,
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-, this place. The mail, at presented being CITY March: POINT 8. 4w 45 ,FLORIDA Titusville.May 2-1. 1$53 4 tf Pleasant Location, Good Table. and ,

.!,' carried in the sloop "Ella." Titusville & Lake 'Worth.OSTEANDEE'S A cosy home for the I. Justice of the Peice.Court .

.>T, -.e give a great deal of our space, THE FAIR"Appropriately SPORTSMAN INVALID, AND TOURIST. day, first Saturday. -of each month.
this week -
: to interesting article on our -4KjSailboats LA GRANGE Florid
: river, from the'ready pen of the special
JST. correspondent of The South, published named. State Attorney
New York, and also correspondent of the Eecautcoi the tensive and varied U. S. MAIL LI. E. : A. Deisner, Proprietor. Seventh Judicial Circuit. OraDce OUfl.' ,',

V--*.'; ,Orlando Beporitr, of this State, who hasbeen assortment of FIRST CLASS Gooi ofleml The Fast, Light-Draft, Steel Hullo THE 1 SLOP t>> "AGNES St Clair Abrams & Siraerli "

spending a few weeks on our river.We at PRICES which will tempt buyers- ATTORNEYS & COUXSELLOU3 AT .L&R.1

'" '- learn that the :shaft for 'the Always new Attractions, hence,a visit t Steamer, commanded by PRLANDO, FLA.
f., steamer Cinderella has arrived at Rocki FAIR" at Titusville, is really en- "CINDEltELIJAr.C.U'T. Makes Will Rive careful attention to eoIleetioM.';;
regular trips on Indian River. ami will practice In the several courts of tm* _
ledge, and also that Mr. Ostrander has joyable.
SHE CAKRIES.A FULL SC1TLY OF District,ami in the Supreme Court at Tail* :;
E secured the services of an efficient engineer A complete line of DRY GOODS of WILL II. :MOORE, hawsee anti U. S- court at Jacksonville.. *. ';
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i and that the steamer will be read y Best Quality at Popular Prices. Having ample and splendid accommodations GroceriesDryGoods, LA GRANGE STORE,.

in two.or three days: to take the mail Just received, a line of Gent's Linen, for Passengers and Freight, and Canned Goody, 'l '
i Mr. Ostrander haS Alpaca and Mohair Sack Coat 73 arranged expressly for the Mail Service Always on hand a general assortment of''
: returned north on bus @ ct\ Hats, Boots and Shoes
and \avijralion of this beau '
;.:. iness. and also White Vests GOODS. : 1.[
upwards $1.50
@ ..
tiful River, will make regular trips, until Ladies' Shoes In great variety; Prints all ?.!
-Quite'an enthusiastic meeting was a good assortment of Neglige Shirts in further notice, between new patterns at low prices. -STRICTLY CASH. *

held in last,Saturday at W. B. :Moore's store and Cotton substantial, Linen, and expressly Flannel for made our trade full Tittle M l Late}; WortWa: the Rapids., Rcafty-Me (Mini, Toilet Articles E. L.. Brady. "
reference to ,,
a Regatta, a Base Ball January 1st 1883 Ijr M t,
r match and a Grand Dance on the Fourthof @ 75;: cts. and up. Touching at all intermediate landing, XOTJO.XS. 1 ..,... '&;.

July. The Secretary's minutes of theproceedings We are still offering o inducements i in as follows: March 15,'46 For Gm.the cash ollIS. Florida ran ufuctul'e. /..

r will be found in another Ladies', Misses' and Children's trimin.-u Leave* Titusville, Tuesday and Fridays

column. The various committees were and untrimmed Straw Hats, Ribbon at fi o'clock, a. m. S. RYDER. AMAZON PAINT .-WORKS.. |j jn ;

balloted for and everyone present seemed Laces, Flowers, &c. Leaves Lake Worth, Wednesdays and ROCKLEDGE, : J. BERXE .. |
to manifest great interest in the development Has just received ami continues to keep dC07 ..
JfSS-Dargaiiis in Fancy Goods, Notions, Sundays, at 10 a. m; the Rapidat -*
( and in stock a full and stock of *.
consummation of our under and Novelties. 2 complete: Groceries .manufacturers of the ;$

t taking. Since the meeting, we learn that p. in. Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps i in
Elegant Glass Sets 4
pieces 55
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f. the cash for the prizes has been subscribed Stand Fruit Dishes with -:0- great variety and General Merchandise AMAZON READY-MLED PADI Sin

t. and that the prizes will be as cent coverCO B Pa.lgE' or freight apply on board. of every description. Ask for whatever all shades and -
large as last and Stateroom, two lierths.Sl.Single berth i you may want. One price to all. Canned ready forImmediate ._
,w: them. To all year the .probably more of Goblets, Tumblers, and Wine Glasses, uO cents, Meals 50 cents each.TITUS Goods of every description a specialty.LUMBER L'se.
yachtmen and down
.l up cheap Yellow and White Bowls 0 ;5: cts. "
the river, let us say, prepare your boats and upwards. HOUSE, and grinders ofPure
f in excellent: racing condition and
come Pitchers, 0 13 c and upwards Titusville, Indian River Florida Will be furnished
to order on short notice White Lead
l- to Titusville on the Fourth of July and .
Vegetable Dishes, @ 10 c"
J we will.have a Regatta that will surprise, Old fashioned "Rockingham"Tea Pots, J. M. Stellenwerf, Managers at 813.00 per thosand. Dressed lum & Colors In Oil. ,
even Indian River itself. The ber from $20.00 to 824.00 thousand
i; prizes, per
Plain and decorated China Tea Sets, Tltt abort Is ttrictly a Firt-Cla# omce and
k rules, etc., will be presented in the STAR LUMBER & SHINGLES Factory J
Lamps Reflector &c. all '
complete JI'jUl,ftleaanllytiuattdon Indian ,n
soon as'they can be decided No. 26 Ocean street
upon. at $1.40. Tin holding from always on hand.
..... pans J Hirer, 250 mile lIlf(1 ! Hotel Arrivals. pint to 17 quarts. Three of the "Biggest'and Jaclsonrilk.Accessible P. M. FISHER. JACKSONVILLE, FLOBIW---

{,: : For "Best" cakes Toilet Soap for 25 centRed New Information Florida. 1
theweek ending May ,16, 1883. of
" White and Blue Fancy Shelf Paper, Daily by Fine Steamers. PIXE-APPLES !
new matter unto for
I" 10 cents dozen pages map
&c. &c. &c.
per ,
To the Sportsman, Pleasure Seeker and Parties
daughter, Atlanta; desiring to purchaae pine-apple Send 1SS-1
six 'raU
We always keep a lot of "Good Things cents to R.C.Lon ,
; of Sherman Adams, Orlando; Frank Forster plants will please send their
to please the palate viz Invalid this House presents attractions orders or C. Drew,Jacksonville,Fla.
:, R C Scrimgeour, D Cowie, City; Jacob : Confectionery, promptly to E. J. RAWSON _:
Jt.! Wirble, Cincinnati; D L Futch, Allen Nuts, Currants, Dried Fruits, Fancy nowhere else to be found in the South. ,
'=!: C B son R A 52 3m Waveland 0. Fla. FOR SALE !
Hardee Har-
Maderand Crackers, Spices, Raisins, Flavoring extracts TilE:MANAGER ASSURES HIS GUESTS ALL I
\., dee, Bockl : $, St LucieFla etc.Orders THE >3*P De-apple plants cheap for cash.' A desirably cottage, house and lot "u
\;. ; D :W MCQuaig, City: Point, Fla; N ... Titusville, also Blacksmith wheel wrlbht
y C ( by mail promptly attended to.)) 44 AGENTS Wantedw '
Bryan, LaGrange Fla; M T Jones Val Books & and TitUri
t dosta Ga. G.. W. ...orkiofthvactcr.. ; real general repairing shop at
Open Summer & Winter. -I.poIC .lhBC _.. 'li
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