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 31, 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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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.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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'e ,Tke Tar the Florid Star. OUR WASHINGTON '
. : 's JJ''1hrs'.TLTE-NEWS. WhisfcriBf Dame Small Pox IB Jaduoaville. LETTER.
,'Y t);! "J< ;;; .-: '1" .r" "nn, ,.Br ld Will'IOOD. 'be Florida Dine No. L. The cold wave which the sufferingNorth That Which Should be Avoided.It (From oar legular eorreiponaent.)
'" ;.:,,r' ''"' J. ., ,; ;i;;" The"Florida Dame,".who is so nearly has sent us is perhaps the' chief is doubtless apparent to every intel WASHKOTOS, D. C. May 19,1883.

}1 ..1. "oottfe and ligent observer that the vicious ,habit ,of The visitor to Washington this
of cattle ,abip6'iv up consumed by the devilreprementative"ssaaculiaegender cause of the sudden increase in our city season -
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Y. : disease which indulging in idle words and defamatory of the this beautiful
) TeiM of the of that frightful we hopedwe year sees city at
Itr... ,. ....:1V'v:1a. : decided Indian Biver'News, with her expiring had exterminated-the small-pox. remarks about others, is becoming quite its beat, and those who intend to visit it;

,- f 1$of 0e Ja hue .. taiM ,toSfiiill breath*advises said penon to become con- It is timely, proper and absolutely necessary prevalent in society generally. and do not care for,the attraction of.C n'f\

| _,,-Ptootof ,not Tenant with the current literature of theday to our safety that the state of the ,There is something alarming in this; Kress and the crowds it draws with it cannot .

.,,... .>;..tJ';.'.-''.,' .,ft..'., in order that he may be enabled- to pestilence shall be discussed and that for how many idle and hurtful words come at a better time. The,trees are
.tiI>:>," a;;' '' .ills. near"Orange City are comprehend the "Avg espnuioi" in suchgeneral prompt and vigorous measures shall be have we all spoken. all in full leaf, and have been for ten

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;,t',' :!{-....... fur 1 ber., articles that are BO directly detrimental Already has cost this city not less thana law, which has its foundation in the skies are, for the most part, bright and

p r tk t"IeceDt1t.arrived in Key to the welfare of paper, people and State. hundred thousand dollars in tourists Book of books, for which there is not some glowing,. .and 'the genially warm,

f ,,W.i'tbe: jihamasina small 'open' And now through pity ,for her very driven away,'hotels closed, and business substantial reason; and our own observation with just a flavor of,coolness to remind

'f ,(i. flbos, t;only 12 feet long i tN tlri lit:friend, abe begs in closing that houses despoiled of trade. The numberof has led us to the conclusion that'no one that the summer heat has not come

r < <- Ocala Ban&l ix1a, I he may derive sweet consolation from cases may seem ridiculously small com- inconsiderable part of the ppineBI.of yet to render it parched and lifeless. The

:j 1I D meted with.a tomato which the lines, which run-, pared with the number of our population this life is occasioned by hasty, idle, angry visitor at this time realizes that the . pound and five ounces. "Where ignorance is bliss, but the fact is that the disease baa not words. People have more sensibilitythan glory of Washington is in its trees. Every

St. Augustine andflftttcBalboad TIs folly to be wise." abated but is rather upon a steady In- I they are thought to po ee& I mean street and avenue is lined with them;
..,lkeJacksonville: ,
I sensibility to the remarks of others. ,A
: has been completed ,tojfcs D&me'No. 2. crease, however painstaking our measuresof I they shade the parks and little trianglesand

p ; city limits of.St Augustine. r Dame number 2, whispers to "Coonie"to repression are or have been. whole life may be influenced whole squares of green which the, peculiar
fined 110 l inform the "Old Coon," that there is achangeneededinthe"LaGrangeNine. : :The disease is no longer confined to the life may be changed, by a lingle'o1Jeena conformation of the city places at .almost
a*Ced&i:Key were
Tw leyi i tion the maker of which thinks of
\ ,last week ." If colored element, but is spreading among never every street corner. Seen just at thistime

'..east cap for boat thirty from days Mr.: ',BetelinL.AjKy noon time, some one will come to the bat, the whites; a family of Caucasian blood again. Words lightly uttered, .words when the new foliage is fresh ,and

'z:ti '1rt aMig- .,! a And in will be knocked flat. have just been ridden of it;a young lady viciously spoken, often sink very deep into brilliant, the whole rity seems 'set in a
? ,: ,dab is about to,be organized in the family of the City Health Officer the minds of young persons to whom frame of living green. Washington,with

r "i Like City. Expulsion is to be the Dame No, 8.. himself, has just died and an estimable they are addressed: and when those words more than a hundred miles of trees in Itsstreets

/, r waaVy, ._ fattheofense of slight.exertion. Dame number 8, advises the Captain" lady in the same neighborhood, the wife as is frequently the case, are cruelly unkind not including those in_ .the parks,
and Catcher of the"Titnsville Athletes
-! 1":Tbenwen- seven schooners In Key of a Bay street merchant, lies at the door or unjust, they may rankle there for surely sets a good example to other American

..Vest recently from Key Largo and Mate to secure a mask, u it would break her of death,smitten by the loathe ome pla years, never losing their freshness or their cities, so many of.which have allowed -

, l loaded with pine-apples and heart to have his pretty face smashed gue. A dozen colored patients are at the force in memory, but often recurring to their trees to'die out and be' crowded, .

"4: '; Dame No. 4. pest house and a dozen more are but just recollection lasting fountain of until their streets look like tunnels in

:'.-4 A competitive examination at Palatka Dame number 4, thinks that it would now convalescent. A patient has just bitterness. And old people are quite as brownstone quarries or brick- ard1.

; riiitweek resulted. in the selection of Sam I be an excellent idea for the Pitcher of been removed from a hotel in the city sensitive as younger ones. The departments might as well have

r 8nshB;of Cblumbiaconnty, to. a cadet-I the "Titnsville Club" to peruse with and yesterday morning a sufferer was We should not criticise with a faultfinding been closed up this week.for all the business

; "Up at West Point,w. Y. ; care the "Song of the Shirt picked up in the streets and taken to the spirit It is.a Christian and that has been done.. Most of the

vtpsni :W,/P.. Tflghman and T. H.; DameNo.6. pest hospitalTwo brotherly suppress' our knowledge male employee were soldiers in the late

Jt _I.rpt,Wo prominent citizens of Bre-: The 5th and last Dame whispe"Where physicians, one a member of the of evil of one another, unless our war,and they have been excused to at-

TsrfCbuaty,residing on Indian River, wast thou 'Ajax' on Saturday I Board of Health*, have stated to the wri- higher public duty compels us to bear accusing tend the exercises of the,army reunion. .
; \ -JacksonTille Herald. afternoon '" ter within two days that the prospect was witness., Discreditable as the fact Half the ( Cabinet is out of town,and those
i M. h tfacctty. : ..... I alarming,and that in their opinion the is, it is by far the commonest tendency to members who have not been attending
; lh3use: The Jacksonville, WB are in receipt of the'"Manufacturers
: disease could not be stamped out this sea suppress the good we know of our neighbors reunion exercises have been seen at, ,the
,irs rdKeyWent&iroad Co. havejtwstsiBpQedrivenat Gazette" published by the Bover: '
:,; ', son, but would continue 'UU the coming and friends, and trumpet their peccadilloes races. '
work'eoutruo- Publishing Co. at 259 Washington street to the world. We act in this
winter when it would inevitably spread The number of veterans thestreets .
... dge st the croIIIDg of Black Boston inclosing the "Rules and Be uIa- upon
till matter felt that
with great rapidity. Yesterday the Mayor as though we by pushing and about the hotels Thursday
<-.I. tions" and form of for
--- Application space also a member of the Board of Health, our fellows down or back a peg we ,were was considerably smaller than the day
;'.ft: 1f;4lti lied Jury of 'Columbia countylanftcosuiended in the Third Annual Industrial Exhibition ourselves forward. Better '
gave it as his opinion that within i very up before. Some went home On Thursday :
t'- rife for the ProbateiiiBs"ef of the New England Manufactuml'and
, short time there would not be a block in a thousand times to bridle our tongues morning.and the best part of the .remain :
!!: that' county The records are Mechanics Institute, Boston, .... and seal than license them .
to to
.,." the city without a case somewhere upon our lips der went down the river and to the Schu-
1 :'* &tu4abouldbepreeemdaphlst 1883 to open Sept. 6th Those of our in the even
;.. speak never so eloquently disparagement Livery stable-keepers dMa,
"oJ I c1tfleni interested in this matter it.If '
y iJaltleatVV. this state of affairs continues; if the of our fellow-beings, remembering rushing business hiring, teams .to those, .
"Jacksonville+ wants a' railroad 1 to the can obtain full particulars by addressingJohn smallpox is not stamped out before the that "to err is human, but to forgive who desired to revisit the old forts and ;

: JWsatie coast; ;and for this purpose F. Wood, Treasurer, 88 Hawley St.Boston' winter season opens, not only will Jacksonville is Divine." camp-grounds "around Washington.. .

, HXW.. :: has, already been subscribed.JW .... Accompanying, there we be bankrupted, but the entire What we should do in this, as in all our Others "did" the"city'snd went through

.. .ti1ieapiW stock reaches- $100,000 have received,the following communica State will sustain a blow almost irreparable human relations, is to practice the Golden the several Departments.. !'be'old flag-

,. .if "lfc' .road well be''commenced. tion.Dear for which the people of Jacksonville Bnle. If we do unto others as we room of the War Department, in which

,...-:ilox$ ;8t..$-Abrams, in'-the 'TavaresJMtfottfeato &r. The story of the New South, wiQ be to blame.A would that others should do unto us, we are exhibited thousands ,of Confederate

,, denounces the stateBBaYofhb as told through the columns of the press, reporter canvassed among the merchants shall be exceedingly careful not to volunteer battle flags, was a point of interest to

having made an assignment, has awakened throughout the country a and business men of the city ,yes ill words about them. Where those who had a hand in the capture of .

:;vale*was.published in B. G. Dunn andCdiYsootisatih deep interest concerning the future possibilities terday to learn their views of the situation. other than a good word is to be spoken, many of them. .

report, as false. of that favored section. Nowhere Somewere alive to the necessity of prompt let it be kindly spoken to the person concerned The indications are that 'exSupervisorA.
is this interest manifested than
v-Tas one as to the rights of 800,000 more and vigorous action; some said we had a that he may know your motive is .P. Tntton of Philadelphia will be the i
in New From the :
narrow confines
'asna lied which the Florida Southern England. Board Health, and the Board ought to not idle, cowardly and sinister, and that successor of Commissioner of Internal
:4Idbivebea endeavoring ''to holdmpateithemby of our overcrowded States,' thousands attend to it; some said it would cost mon- he may have a chance to defend himself. Revenue Ram, and i especially since he

. ; I the Internal ImG -. are yeariy forced to seek homes and ey to fight the disease, and where was the This is characteristic of noble manhood; strongly urged for the position by Senator =

'pmsat Board on the 21st inst.irioolii fortunes elsewhere. They see in the Southa money to come from!and some said that and happy he who thus frames his ,life, Don Cameron. The latter, it was

new fleld-a field more inviting than all cities had more or leas of it, and why and happy will be the end of a life where thought, was supporting Deputy Commissioner
: x> .Commercial: ,A factory is the Wand that promise of
one gives this has been of the chief of .
should not we! The fact is that few mer- one objects Bogen, but it has transpired that; '
.' _/riilerre telwitarted at Key West for the better returns. To attract these peopleto chants seemed to know the true state of the journey through this trying world.I he is for Mr. Tutton, and it is very probable ;
of glucose o comptiand the the South
climes preeof
commend these -
the pestilence. respectfully thoughts that his candidate wfll,be, ''Commissioner
f-..starch which Is said be better
. to and
has lent its powerful influence not
to the earnest consideration of the
Among those who, seemed most fully young after to-morrow's Cabinet meeting., "
f' III eteapcr than. com for thi.t' purpose. in vain, as the increasing development of readers of the STAB and ;
devoutly hope
1iI.. the necessity of vigorous actionwas Steps are bring taken to secure increased .
.f '...lAD 1tjrByporleraaya.thA'Peerloski the South can testify. To aid the move- that the Good will them faith
, ,. : AldermanJ. Q. Burbridge. At his Spirit give mail facilities for Yellowstone National .
.life variety now: 'generally Plant mentand to give our people an opportu- suggestion the Mayor requested a special in their fellows faith in themselves a Park, and the Poet Office Department' :,

' by fkrida'truck L It succeeds well, nity to see what the resources of the session of the Council, which met last wise use of the tongue,well governed... officials have ;the matter now under advisement ,

. Mtaalatge' bulb iend: II-'atra early; South are, that they may better judge of night, and vigorous measures were dis sions, a loving heart, a tender sympathy It is calculated that 60,000 .

:':!, IsiaeititQti;in time become a' favorite. the advantage offered, the New England cosset with all that is human, all that is good tourists will visit the park: this summer. ."

:' :A'.an 'eTidence'of'the'land boom in fanufactureri and Mechanics Institute The. meeting was without particular and merciful, and a spirit that braves the The visitor.will come-from all ,parts. of .

'Herasado, county;It is stated that' the hat invited the several Southern States to formality, the Council, the Mayor, and world for that which is right and just. the world. A gentleman. who ,has .J-

; :Ark of the court and his deputy are kept display their resources In Boston at our Mr. J. P. Vamnm, of the lines-Uidoe, 1. S.J. returned to this country said today that

;all the while with the record, American exposition this falL The hearty joining in the general discussion. It was St. Lucie, FUu., May 1883. fifteen other gentlemen came acre. with
i; that 'there deeds response! which the matter is receivingfrom ... '
are elglty-eight suggested and advocated by Alderman him from Europe for the express purposeof
ProceedlBcs of the"Athletes.
(ahtd cd them. the South and such gives'States! evidence sshal.of be true Burbridge that better hospital facilitieswere A Call Meeting of the Indian River going to the National Park. The mammoth *

rbdda Herald, Di inst The largest progress;here will hasten their represented demanded, and that the herding together Athletes was held at W. B. Moore's store hotel which is about completed will,

; ;:sfck! of timber seen by the lumber; men certainly of new patients and convalescents on Monday the 28th inst accommodate 400 guests.

'.city for many years came in on own developmentWe was bad; cottages of two rooms each The minutes of the previous meetingwere General Terry Is to deliver the annual V .t
that efforts
: "i !lie Ma,overthe Florida Central and are pleased to see the our were proposed by him, and his proposition read by the secretary and approved.The address to the graduating exercises and I '.
direction receiving hearty
Wad. Baflroad, yesterday afternoon. in this are was warmly seconded by the Mayor, thanks of the Club was extendedto reunion of former graduates. General .
of the Southern and
!. -/ Hpfimruutul was feet long co-operation press, who said it was impossible to ventilatethe Henry Titus for a present of a baseball Thayers statue is to be unveiled on June
influence of
that the your' journal
: t eaty Jght Inches in diameter at we trust present pest-house, and confined batOn 11th,the day before the meeting of the .
be felt in the circles of
_ ;'-au ead.. The whole log contained may your there in the stagnant air made foul by motion EL P.Wilbur was elected an association of graduates.The ;

t ,fatten tandnd and ninety-two feet State. Tours L. Thgr.i fraternally ALDER i
t at ..1iNld1IarIOth: IUI repor- "" Chief Press;Dept. against the chance for life. 8. Jones was elected an Honorary member. 23rd inst, for New York,to be present at' V

Wtfcat the dredge boats in the Apopka Manufacturers' and Me, Resolved, That the Committee on City I. the opening: of theBrooklyn Bridge the
. I.**Q Canal have met, and that the New England Institute 88 St. Boston. Property be authorized, to receive bids The President appointed 8.: H. Bay ''to. day following., Auou&r.In .
chanics' Hawley .
for the erection of number .e. ,
"'Iwi&bt a of houses of VV
bikes;Beaudair and fill the the committee of
'!.It vacancy on ar week says. the Bmater.Lacoas :
one, ,
'a two rooms each for the reception of smallpox
leaf opened; It will, howev The Orw eRidye'F.cboemys that Mr. rangements.It post-office orders to the amount of 11,888
: .. -some bark; such as roan-the Benjamin Richard of that place, has'' already cases frpm the city, lAid houses not was agreed upon that the club should were issuedat the Ocala post-office $1,211
tr ... sharp be ids and rf ,to cost over.'1,&OO in cash/ Tunes*Union. uniform Blue Pants ; .
worth of strawberries.W. Navy
frg out sold$1,500 ..... adopt as a were paid out during the rote time., <
\f': !1i g151,bebe U will be navtgaw'ItkItowery .G. Ponce, of St Augustine,has per- l Patti, at $5,000 a night,will get about and Bed Stockings, the balance of the '.The general Verdict 'throughout', ;the

i ." ". confidently expected fected his title to the McHardy grant $5 a breath in"Lucia." She is on the dress to be decided upon at the next State is that orange trees.are holding their \

1;; ,,, .,i> _thn.twp"' ''eeb the Lady Do- near Oak BiD, better known'as the "1Bsaetta" stage, by the watch,just sixty-two miDutel meeting.The V fruit much better than usual this spring.
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,-.f,'11 ,-.J ,, Irak trip into Lake and will put it on the market next during the three acts V This gives President instructed the I Committee The Apalaehkola Trtoime ssys that 'a
;a ; *\<,, : ..., make regular winter. It will be cut up into lots.- her eighty dollars and some odd cents for to collect all dues and to receive subscriptions brute called Meicali struck hu t>ilrteen'

"'i( Ike Apopb and Tavares.j Daytona Jl1fIIfIIJl. every minute. The average rate of respiration from those who desired to aid year old boy with the head.of hatchet,
j 1t k i gnat. MPTenkoce to the is about eighteen minute the progress of the dub. and knocked ,him ;down;=-and when he,
"':JIiIIi! in the lpopki font H. A.'DeLand having been guaranteed a to On motion the meeting adjourned until rose to his feet struck him again with the
legion; Palatka and Indian River Railroad that each breath is paid four dollars and 'the
1 !I sttiem that the the regular meeting. blade..of weapon, cutting.opeahis ;
to, bring 1 their,, fruits, would tap his place by the first ,of forty-four cents. \, E B. W.t.GD, Sec. Find._ The wound thought to, be "
t \l ,.tKvirei: by>> steamer .1'. the inhuman father: has Veenarrested.
.. December next, has made atnngemeatafor No matter what'your: ailment, is, .
tft wffl kT tt occurred .
) mil choice of Banish ill health, nervousness,. vexation ;: .- The outrage at Carra-
$ rriWea_"ul tioa to North- the(erection of a large hotel which 1 Brown's Iron Bitten will, surely benefit fretfulness etc., by using Brown's, belle, ID RilWlmo coemty.: They 'must ..

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s ':. ud,ecrcroased e table,'dragged my work toward roe,a 'a' "news-agents" who make fit a regular: for fortFPianos.. ,I Tho "ur ., 4a

,1;;A" coIitkn,andbtougltttpue' back, :withn' began to sew' and sing": I'heard' many Ftcppinjf w-st\Vl\rd." all that be; 1 business to purchase papers ,or take piano-forte ?" John-11 .,

;f( :pima i ;: 'Uee:'Catriedme. 8nthe' way a steps upon the! road... The.gate clanged. Body Fi-llow and still soul wonering land or*sea un; them on commission for:jsie. Thw; privilege :- the difference ?r. .

t" j: _;baakett1lle4 sijthotton[ "batUng: I knew,that men came up thepatti'audped That'must end which has begun.. is also extended to "newsboys"who 1 An old lady on hearing : e

'1 'wIie field on:his..knees.' 'He often In at. the window.. Then, the: W: D. &'orr. purchase certain nutttierof any friend bad lost his place on'thatiN: -- !
I... told'nij;how he.walked':into. the hotels opened. ,A rough face was .thrust ----0Valuablo ::--- legitimate secOndclass''ublication., J misdemeanorexclaimed s ,4 t
: :
: : in. One man entered-another.and an- Information can return 'unsold of sash -t
gar taverns, where -he.stopped, with me They copies meauor? Lost his place: on ';

;!''rf 1 ;'for:luggage;:sand how, .much._:interest IexcltgCl's. other., Iknewtheinallbysijht.; Rulings of the -P. O. Department. papersto the publishers' at' the pound.I Mis* Demeanor'' Well, .-.urr 'i

; i'j-was. .only tlu'ee.mopthsold,. "Excuse me, Miss Becky," said the rates. A news-agent is not required to afraid it's too true that the :
.. ) 1116. Section 371, Postal Laws and ,'Aelliit ,
r' and J; foundLa'mother; at;,every,restingplacet :leader; but, we're. after a, man, a 1 is have a regular mailing list. woman, at the bottom. oC _'
Regulations, hereby amended so as to "
F. Shiee hen he had.been all to me, stranger in these parts that has done a, reads as follows : "Prepaid letters'shall 1132.; After'gi'ving the required<< I sullies I" .r ._& ,.".,, .. ..-.I

.! and::asI::>remembered ,nothing else, murder. We saw him come this way. be forwarded from notice to publisher thathis publicationis A schoolmistress. while trkin,.Q. '.
one post-otEce to
,'was'PeQ9PPFs:; ,At sixteen,,1.had We rather reckoned he'd got you to hide I another, at.,the request of the party refused, thirty days should'be allowedto the name and.'ages of Ler! paQiligjy '

f had("mT schopUng .and had settled him by some lie Have you seen him V adressed, without additional charge for elapsebefore putting them with beginning of the term, ,asked i.
I'" dow tok ji Iiiowkeeperv-under the Where's the.deacon !" fellow "
? postage." (R.S.- section 3910.) Under other waste paper in the office. : 'Yhat'spourfather'iijC i '

: teliim f.Bfraur'one, ; ; servant,:. Sally "Try not to wake grandfather," I this amended section the rulings refer, '1133. In the opinion of the Post "Oh, you need i't talk@'dowu his j isap j.:

Well. t" said,' '* lIe's not well You can look ring to the forwarding of second, third Office Department the"penalty enve- was the reply,; "hes. 'too old to p" ',

.. It WM a still night, ,following a beautlfii&day -. under the bed if you choose. There'sno and fourth class matter, in the January,. lopes" may be used by postmasters to .school this year." t.4f ':"

':' ;. Ass I., sat at :my window .1 other place to hide in'that room, 1883, Postal Guide..are abrogated, or transmit to other postmasters, state- "No I' don't '''aritllnoti Clightning ': ''''

,could hear all the .inaect voices hard at as you see." changed so as to read as follows :-' ments showing' the business at their rods," said a'ttaieiirc, w'

work -cricket;.' katydid and, locust and One of the men went oh tiptoe into 1118., Ruliig 421, "free county respective'offices.' provided there is 'no week, to a man who had stoppea'f

the queer,little tree toad.: ,Away in the the room, and looked under the bed, newspapers" ;may ,be forwarded to any other matter contained 'therein'. house to put upt hiS tent..1'a'; "

; heart of the old.woods a screech owl was laughed softly, and came out. other office in the county where printed Familiarity 'with the relative ,cost of conductor, ."1 aint''afr; 4t: of ':

boating. ..9,''.tlw town the bells '"You may go over the house,'if"you and publishedwithoutadditionalchsarge,' business. done" at Various post offices, the. fling, it's the thunder I tielim..t

were ringing fqf evening meeting, which 'like,-"said I, "and see, if you can find but an order to forward such. papers clerical force employed to do suchi'buTsness to knock \&: all Teudwige snap kb!:

they,held onWedneeday.Qraodfather the fugitive." outside of the county should be accompanied -' etc., may suggest'to postmasters : ,"You don't seem to;' cpm,_e:.

had gone to church. He with postage sullicieut to pay the Improved nethods'for,their own fflces..I:'said the peddler, "these' sI1t _

'had ,taken,'old''Widow" Glennings and He can't get away if he's anywhere transient rate theron. Even correspondence of this 1iaructermay I rods are lightning rods, nQlp : .'
said ",
her dauglter with J him, and the buggy about, "the man. The house is 1119. ltuling 485. When a subscriberto be sent in penalty envelopes. tipped rods are tbundes"-rodjns! "; .

: would hold no more.'So stayed at home.'' surrounded. a regular newspaper removes; from the 1136. Corrected proofs of '"printed you :waut,." and he persuaded :Uw'fi:

Sally dgone: to get some yeast' cakes They took some candles which 1 gave delivery of a jwst-office, the postmaster circulars," 'or "printed blanks') passing man in .ordering up the :014...... iS.. ,

at the stare, ,'and I:was alone. I didn't them and went through ,the house. should adv i chim that itlmduty(unotif)! bet wren the job printer and customer, rod. !.}

> mind it. ;1 had never known what it was They went: to the stable, fortunately the publisher of his change of residence. are subject to third-class rates .when! A conceited mau/whawaaverj: '; .

to be afraid of solitude; though' crowd padlocked on the outside, so they did Postmasters should, in the absence of unsealed. but'thoupht hirAself rather' "'". :

would have frightened me. not see that it.was empty. They beat instructions' to forward,, accompaniedwith lMa l.mattet' before delivery, rig, onee'said : :& t a 'j -.

The room' vas your sitting' room. the bushes and peeped into the chicken the transient rate of, postage. when forwarded to new postoffice address I '\'bCare f the yerj. *:: image- JI7TT of mji *,

;. It :,was' early In:: October and 'U e coop, and went off together,. furious at therefor, or other instructions (except incase should be charged the rate; to "How pity the youngest?!" ezslt'

windows .wpie'-open, 'but 'there 'wasa'little their disappointment, and I was left of free.county papers forwarded to. which it was originally subject. Postal a bystander: "Whr. .is1 thatIfll i'

,. log fire on'thc hearth.: ; .., alone with the man they had spoken of an office within the county), notifying cards forwarded before delivery require, he'conceited man: "Bes USttlt' .iia'

.' 'with' as that 'fearful thing, a murderer. I the publisher that the paper is. not called one cent prepayment, :whether written or one who Will probably hat\etoM

A lamp; a"d, green paPer shade, shut the shutters and drew down the for, as required by section 471, P. L. & i printed. I you the longest I" 1. rq l
decorated by 'a Sign'representing y
blinds, and he came from his, hiding- R. (See ruling 7M: ). i 113U. "I ti hik ":8a1I fond
:: three little kittens eating a pound cake I When an agreement as to thedelivery a ihieatr .
place pale but calm and stood lookingat l 1124. Uulin, 819, the wor'ds'"maid- mait..matter'to little' is .
stood on the table ;' near. it: my' work ,(bf : : specified. Jimmy gomg to be.itahe
basket.0 The chairs' had rushbottoms me a moment. matter" should read "letters prepaid address has been entered intbet weeR grows up, lIe doesn't<-_,ei&ili

with, the exception'_ two Boston, "You will hear the whole story'to with one full, rate of po-tage." Postmasters the parties interested in such 'matter, sits all day by the fire and thinkjfaai>

rocking'chairs, with,:.chintz cushions; morrow," he Eaid.h Don't believe me are ,to understand by the.foregoing and the postmaster advised -thereof, thinks. You had better,gmifb|!,

an-engraving"of'; the battle of Bunker guilty. I should have been a black that hereafter no matter can beforW' the delivery'cannot be changed except all over," said Aunt'Jeruahaacl

Hfll," ;:a 'portrait;.of Washington, and hearted brute indeed, if ,I had com ,. the mails after it reachesits by the mutual consent of' the parties so going to have the, meas.b' }

.some'family photographs hung on' the' mitted the crime they charge me with, I II orignal address without a new prepayment directing. ''Relief from existing condition what ails Jimmy" r z lnsh? ij

wall, which'was covered. .'with a pale I but I am innocent. God bless you for i postage, except letters which of things' created Iby their own .. dJJ j

your mercy. I can save myself now." I have one full rate paid thereon namely, only be' '
;_ grey J:paper_with. a pink, flower. upon. .It. ; agreement can by _action Clinching ,His Argutnlt
A:jclocknd/ two'vases. stood on the lIe opened the door and darted out three. cent", and newspapers or 'other court :adjudicating 'bet,ween' the
.. rparties General t.
periodicals ore to be Frank L. 'Wp1i
mantelpIece; :a rag carpet :was on the into' the night A little laterj Sally I which and declaring their rights, c''
: came to subscribers from one post-office to ber elect'to the next House Of tW:to
floor; and a' secretary 'and, bookcaseeoinbbied' home. Later, my grandfather I which tlie'postInastt>r will -accept and.
a: another which in the county sentatives from the Eleventh Xmf t4if'!
who had heard horrible story of I are same ct
f 'filled'one recess: We had upon. "
,," where the to forwarded' is r district A good< story is'"told'des"
a beat parlor which was' woman murdered in the settlement be paper be. .....- '
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every and in whole in which illustrates the ofspeechmaking
or part style
: yond. ,
Saturday; but ;we never thought of Personal 'and Political. '
printed. .l Postmasters immediately in. which rival
using it. I told neither of them anything.. I in that State meet and" discuss
upon receipt of this ruling correct the pel+ a
1 felt very lazy that,evening, and kept the adventure to myself for a few rulings referred to in the, January Twelve rabbis have been' invited to Issues:. 'General ll'olford'and'ha.

{ 'though..I had begun a very, pretty sort of days after the truth was discove and I Guide. the Czar's coronation.. nent met a't ;Jamestown/wbrrif'"M'

tape.trimming;hadpo' desire to take it' it was known that another,woman and L 1125. .Where matter of,the- second An international congress of-societies> three thousand 'people
;f' up.: I'looked at the stars that twinkledand no man at all had committed the mar ,
General '
third or .fourth classes has been inadvertently and individuals interested in the protection Frye ledoff' m ad ,ham's:

shone So ,brightly;, at the, splendid' der, and then I_ told.grandfather. forwarded without the payment of children, will be'opened in, Paris : speech, closing by, saying;i .f. .ia\

mouepeak. A year after a package came to me p of the additional postage required on June 15. w the Ixst Government the sun esetshaN. '

by express. It :was from California it is to,be rated up with only the amountdue The Delaware House of Iteprejienta-- upon, and the reseal. Who ever'ha>.Id.
hollowt'and I .fancied after awhile, a little box ,of gold nuggets and a of such was AbJ
there being no double postage tives has. passed a bill appropriating magnanimity as' ..
when. ,the. church. .bells had done ringing, letter. this :
chaiged in such cases. Government to the, Coafo4ilttsa
SI Ol10 for'schools 'for colored childrjn. .
that.I. heard some unusual! ,sounds,nien'rf The sender, it said, was the, innocentman 1120. When request b sent to ,a I ., : soldier, ,when' the ,war ,was;...air ..

..' voices each' other, far away, I. had saved from .Judge L -nch. postmaster to have letters forwarded to General Wolford arose and said'Niaw
and saw.-liglits now and then in the The Earl of 'itoffice
Koseberry whose term
: ,
He had become miner had Frye I would
a prospered, a new address,droio-detlers fully prepaid ,ask you .ltptih :
fringe ofwOOdIthat. covered the: Lord "of '
Jill as Rector Edinburgh
Belated drovers ,and was happily married, and begged L bearing the card of the.''YI'itf'r, should tion. Certainly:," saidFrye'what 'eD.'
: urging their (
( perhaps me to accept the little present offered I be immediately returned to the writer \\-illexpiremXbyemberne-\t, did they_ do with, ,the gr t 4
cattle;aon to"a safe stopping ,place, or has already posetively declined, a re-
wood cutters intended by one who would be ever grateful. giving also information of the changed good soldier, ;General Robert,F.r; .afi
who to out nomination.
camp There was no signature, but I W'83llad L addres.r when he surrensleredatAppom ttat l'
to be Ee 4 t: fur their work,in the morn- to hear again from one I had ,A Detroit lawyer .Then; teplyr} .
ing. As;I lookedst, therbright dots \ : 1127. Upon any package of fourthclass ha'framed]a bill, ,; without pausing? forna
forgotten and shall. which is non answered his "I0
; never -Mary 'KyleDallas before the Michigan Legis-I own question : ,
to and 'fri matter the following notice maybeprinted
moving > z.heard another ;"
; ; lature, providing that a. man may tell,you. They tied his tianda:Jbeipi|
"Notice Postmasters.
to .
sound neal: at hand-.crunching 'of feet : TF- prove his will during his lifetime 'on .him,;fled.hU feet, put a ropearouodii! is,
road package contains sensitive
on'the biony; looking toward *
giving notice to neck and hlni liie Bay
.his hung
heirs at. law : on !lpotup.
the gate I saw a uian open it and hurry The Modern photographic dry plates., and it will lie ; I
; Young Englishman. .
and afterwards it shall be Bill, Skys, and tell what unassailable. ?
.hi, and cove. "up to the door.: I was not .- Vi damaged if opened and examined under <
about "
it. You there rI 9
were $PJ ;
surprised that/ he. opened. it.: withouknocking'for t. any'' other than a red or ruby light.
I people were not ceremo Please notify the party addressed of air G. A. Sala regards it'as one -o f andsaid, slowly. "Tess I caslhaity
Perhaps it may be. >said,that, ontho' Lair T'-.t. before the' luckiest and< gentlemen.. WblfordUienprowrf-
nihere, ; but:,I ,..felt.a.llttliB startled I I : oiKniniThe most merciful thing ed General
I before rryer6eto"collect
when T"saw: : .that he eras a, str.mger.f whole, our, young men today are not !1. request Law road will be :coriipliHlH Ii I that can possibly happen toa'mau'Jhathe \ granting !

ryas out of breath as though he had much better than they have ,been 2t i i 'ivii! >;* aiH'n.a"r< of the party almost invariably unlucky himself at" the aiiidarlt1fotteaWitness' .

been gunning. iL1z.face. was damp any' past time., Unquestionably ",(p'addres.esl, .'s-,; ''I'U'3; *d'd-,'tf vill 'permit9uCl I,. at eards. His own remembrances of (lIs on'Sty.and.S3.d-. '

with"perepiration, ,his, lothu, whitwere have their faults, their vices. and Iheit ivrsou *o "Tjr'>\: le for the post- poker are brief, 'but full of acute. anguish. J did they'with. Jeff Davis? t, ."
will toForttM
tell him
affectations. But in some respects theydo 113ter'AAe ; : you They took :
good otherwise, .were torn as =t ruby: 3nvfor examinati .. '
though,he had{made, his way; :tbrou8th l i indicate a material_ .improvement :i of such 'i t4age.Where suchpackage i ':Miss Edith Shove,_ who bears ''the Monroeput trim in'iKe'huir thbnr'tmtti' of hev'i .cJecl&*
boat and kept .
I' o rfl bushes, and it,|was.evident .thathe upon their: predecessor If ,they are is offend: fair mailing'at an formidable'titles of "3i. B. bond," him' :'

wasUstenlngintentJy.* ; ; \ I, too,heard. often as deficient in ideas;and in generally office, the ps>stmasater'will make examination I and-.' "L.. K. '.Q. 'C.. 'P. I.,,;, 'has bee n from rheumatic. pialn''Ilaiie, PD;ibc ;.

sotnets'ingwhat' ; I hardly knew., intellectual! tastes they pay much of the ,same, 'under.:the 'samecondition. appointed Medical Superintendent of Skys, and ten what, you kftow'
that; :were' there*' Bill itaid>i,;.. '
more attention: to, the refinements and the female, staff of the London
;,.. As soon as he ill,could'alone do so bespoke. amenities of life They do not parade lit: It is the duty'of a postmaster Post Office. It.Ja said that the appointment General answered r !* Lwas I was thar: I+ !' >,
'Are'you' in
... house. I one of.the' pall-bearers.: '' :Then,"1tol-
'coarseness or grossness in their manner to keep his mail open as long as possible of a H'omanto this .,
"bi ,
.. lady.!. .said.. .. position IS not L. ,ford ,ffner :
.'yes 1"1."3D81r.. eie&'' .' or' in their conversation, as formerlyitwas ; so as to accommodate the patrons of bi 5.i i agreeable to the female, employees'of the. asa sort of climax',said : *
'." esteemed the mark of an esprit fottto. office; but it must be'closed in order thatthe esiabiuhment.; .' woul. have killed me,too, bad'ttiey.. *?

.N For God>site, te h'ias sepses: I can .do. They ..hain a word, far less carrier should Ea\'e. ..time to ca.mIt' I! Mr. W. W. Corcoran been i afraid" Tiirnlng to FIye.h:
hide l"f:'hesid. "**The lynchers :are train ""* r' '', :: ? ofi Waling' pulling ..ont, a six-shooter/hel!?tl1
of totii
i4* : : suspicion what has been called t ton, has purchased presented :
. ..- ..,.me. "";. : ',.British and to the shrieked : &,What.tave td.tG..
't -- brutality them ; the y i 129.: 'if a letter is received addressed I 'irginta.Ilistoti. al o' you
:f knew.what he meant. I knew'tootiiitnett Society, i icha e thatt "Nothing t!.'atiSweiect J'I7Ii ;-
, conduct themselves uniformly more like to a person awaiting trial, in care of is ) ice President, ;\ large collection ".

- ( --. were t. only lynched.... ,for. fearfolcrini gentlemen; grooms.. Noran sheriff, the postmaster should deliver the ,Southern war' *annals "' of "there nothing'oetween. 'ybartlfld1l, # u .
.... embracingmany !
' ;,bgtJ) pad'. fc'ro'naw's; heartWbate ., it be.said that, this grave bearing letter to the sheriff unless he has orders thousand extracts I ... d. 'I. '
from Confeder..
: JYa"h8.:1u1d' done *!be..asked th and speech has beep at I I o1Ir8.' Croft, IhJ 1'adsteri: "' R'{ .
; y purchased any from the prisoner not to do so.lter ate and
help: "...;.'T."' 4,.::r:<.<.'. ,'! .' t '' sacrifice of manliness. The young Englishman such letter i is delivered the Post Offi ,newspapers other: publicatiotasce ; | 'John Franklin, died lately at" !'to***n, ;
& ?' Containing. path Ucnd. 'hu1morous at 1>orkin the agefot.! b t *1
,. -'et s'babe .... _u1diii. .: ":hidpit '.There .of to-day,proves himself whenever L Department has no further control over; anecdotes, personal sketbhes I :at fornaW fpentthe' .!
[ '
were fivexboms id the.honse'each had opportunity pccurs, true, to the it. accounts, of battles and 'siegesap'ficej tl greats .-wrtof |
aam&ll best, traditions -' 1130:" Has yt.'I'l ; the expedi. ona which .wewtWltOVrctic :P'.i
TB 'tacit oirEngUsh/courageaiid
cnpboird: >r 'waS .no : If a postmaster store in "
: '" 'endurance, -r :.". 'h : ; ', different periods *> ; regkms:iri 1 sesirclfa'of'1he: frof1!
-rF totlui'roo1"'no'aeeri' tI"'ab.larg e v4' <; corinectlori' 'with''the oeto c 's'n Ll the waretc. w .h'n>>'! .t.'t .... ..
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,,'Fit..' "4.. i'. '"' J1 ;__ ,.. 'NEnV. I Icii1.IBLV: : CD; W H' REP be made before A. .A.., Stewart Jerk at ::
-'';st4'_'J _"j three,ctdgh- -,,' 'en..1". I i>,awineo.plaiahth-r theblosdbti.anti.ayaoambtm..My PS Titusville,Fla_on Monday May 28,1883 '.

.:foYi diI!, it ...' m.t- ,. "1ori,list Tha'. ... 'sea who win tato 1 Pffl.... sigh torn 1 to U weeks, may to ....... to sonadVMtbuB viz: Berrlan Xall.. of Titusville. Fla, \'
\" (' 'iCi F t p,fitted: heatth;IfwdathhgbepoMibtu .osearlaPemaloCompt I thus PUla have DO AT THE Homestead Entry No.8090 for the NE' :.
;. r," t -. Pk aaa la their pnctte. Sold rwjmlm.or seat by malt" 1-4 of S E 1-4 section.and N1-2 of S W J
: .QOili: soon com.flie .M.In ........ Sand air paaspMt. L B.JOUNsox a CO. BOSTON. MASS. 1-4 and S W 1-&ol S W' 1-4 section 32 .

,.J.ti,.. r 4;: ; erertionof. a":nan&ome brick KEt D QUIlRTtt a township 21 south range 35 east. .'"
: ;! CROUP ASTHMA BRONCHITIS. lie names the' following witnesses to <1

$ i'ldostof14cooor$5,000.. JoxNa0IhaNODTNE-, prove his continuous residence upon and .;
tbwa teefls&usassandwla posltlvel
i Wt ? 'oocaty: O r.rtJ acm pleated CIIN toeo..gtolls DIM OUM out of .... Wbwuufcw tIm&trW sas cultivation of said land viz:Moses Metz- .::
JmI Mot frM by nUL Dwt delay a moment.rmoutoa STORE' _
Wllber J
} i. = bfidieoa .200, and ,Jets to tattor tbaaora. gerE.P. : 1: Watson, A. R.-
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.. Rose all of Titusville. Fla.
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..._'1''i"t. ->C. a. :. .' JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT Ua,). Cl1al:9: 53 ,L. A.'BaRNES; .: ,,.
.tr xa tarnmaeasaay M,1 tap.a amc&ao.al1o to !'! Register United States Land Office. ;
i ... c 'IITCII"n'T T,&W1'nus. anu =.LoekDlatfbo.Zaeale r/rmaseR.CllDlfnIlG u.YldaerTt 1e1. DlseaM-irN TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
,4 ';:;:$ _$;_i'A-.JIW'V_: '' SffcMiadLft Sold.fwj'wbint' ..lItplllllltill&t J.&J OaHote41Wa NOTICE.' .j;
.., Ji.,;! <. -ry.ALI aaterprtae&'DBPABTUKES tD Titottibe.londay. OF'VAILS... Ben It I*a and win-known Cattfe Powder Out Out acid wt to of tiito UN Land Office, Oa1 esvnJe'Fla.'t;..
]: Wedaeeday Udman111 P wtxthbMs that BtoMart MAKE HENS LAY April 19,J833. \'j- ..(:;'
d d tin he y '
nJ aIIIa. Koth1aa -o-- hereby,given that ,the fol- .
'# e,3tonday' Wednesday 3 lIke 8bertcIm'a eo.4JtIoII rvw er. Dow' OM t's'alhl to set pint lowing-named settler has filed notice ofhis .
i&1?$: ,..lMn.f1.I'1tIa1'.U 11nU8 P:". Thursday andSasasal SSSrSM. or Mat b7 man tot.eta,wtnps J.So Joneos' eo.e Sosroa.Iiaw.. intention to make dual proof in sup .-.*,

... port of his claim, and that said proof will "
..... 4 '.
. ,;...,... _,, 8Itad&7.'p.m.g trowDyrtooWZltneirile.' CARPETS, MATTING, OIL CLOTH, The Oldest and Most Reliable Place of cult court at Titnsville FIa.! on Saturday !
. P'\,.'F-" L > Wednesday*, June 2,1883,tlzr Andrew1 J.. Carter; of

; ... ..I...., ..___; Window Goods LaGrange Fla.;Homestead' Entry: No.
' 11& ,J )IIa. ,.: .. Thursdays Dry BUSINESS ,987.fortbeNiof8Wiand lot No.4 _
. q .,. atfp.m. and : of section 32, township 20'sooth. ; range; .;;
[ a ys,Wednesdays .
'""" 35 east.
"! :;.1::&
('ilJ! III&'Tteflto. Toeadaya.. ;! Tfcnnday, KOHN PUECHGOTT & BENEDICT on Indian River, Dealing in I He names the following witnesses to '
;;m ..
1TyaUp. prove his continuous residence upon:and :
19-..':.-.,""GaIlIe.' cultivation of said land;via: Wm.Baley."

'!i.."" ,..-.Lw.-. 'beIda7,..and Friday. at JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t.;J. Pace Rufus Herndon and''Richard" :.;

fl rwit at La Game TnedayandJrldayfcwf General MerchandiseNone Herndon 52 ,all LaGrange L. A., Fla.BARNES, S...

Special attention paid to Order and Correspondence; concerning "'i i
z..4 'A. BM Gam(Wednesday and Saturday. Register United States Land Office. '

t. T; .; ./aiT1ionWeWedneaday and.Satnr. Goods. but strictly frtl-datt goods are NOTICE.
'.1 .
dpssla Land Office at Gainesville, ,Fla.,. :
: ::-;, NOTICE.L' Great Inducements are offered to Dealers, .May 21*1883,} ::

;: *i ;;;'jebadness'of P.'Wilkinson* Co., bought and'sold at this Stand. NOTICE Is herebvgiven ,that the(on: w-. .;:
; *,;;_discontinued the lat of January last Hotel and lo .named settler has filed 'notlee-'ofbl. -'
j 44 i' A..p.iWiumreojr & Co. Housekeepers. intention to make final proof in support" ., .
of his claim;and that laid proof, willbe, ;
tf 1 -BecUedceCaah Store. We keep everything imaginable in the line of goods mentioned above. -p made before A. A. Stewart,.Clerk circuit.

'i.t1i z ltriloondnuebuudneesat'the Bocka 1fo ln ordering describe wants, limit cost of goods and I will receive court at Titusville. Brevard county, Fla., .
your you
f o.h 8I e, bepipL a full, line of Saturday 'June'30;. 1883,' vfa:John
',-*, l'' Dr1.GoodS; hardware, etc., what yon order.' Houston, (one.of the heirs of Samuel L.,

am. emaaiDg summer which we Remember A Dollar will buy exactly Houston, deceased), of Tau Gailie.. Fla; .,
! -,.i Ifof'cash'only*at greatly reduced Hd. No 5,924 for the lots 7,8.A11;'See.
fstssaad I hereby constitute Mr. W. D. WALTON, WHANN & co., 18.'Township 32 S, Ringe 40 E.: >

,)'i' ii.Bob'... soy duly- authorized,agent dur- $1.00 worth.Established prove He names his continuous Ute following'residence witnesses upon, and to** '...
absence from the State.
; -s.%or' ."mr-- - K; P.'WHJOKBOK.EockWg : PLOW _ItAR cultivation of said land,"'viz:R. C.Creech .;
A.P.McMillanJ.O. rand 'J.
Simmons :
1. i: *;April 26,1888 C2t5I In 18T3. T. Snell, of Eau,6a fie;FIa.: ,'l

3S 5 w5 L.BARNXS, Register.NOTICE .. 'f
? "" ';. HIIIE. SWEtT' HOME. Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure. ,

7r3... Address orders to "
"' U. S.Land Office at Gainesville Fla' 1
,... PREPARED EXPRESSLY for the use of the trait: 'growers of % }
1t' Florida. It will produce a heavy, but sound and healthy grown growing trees, + April 23,1883. .
% >: .
ll @ and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit. COMPLAINT having. been. entered at >.,
SM hafbe tweet home.J .
Yllooai tweet The Store
Headquarters this office by Frank Forster John
IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and in the i
;GlrUag.Home.At;LalIt., latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.IT Ellerberger for abandoning lilt Home"
,t .Jolla Howard Payne author of the im- stead entry No.5185,dated aprll 28,1877
; : mortal Home, Sweet Home was a IS SPECIALL RECOMMENDED: FOR PINEAPPLES Tituaville, Fla. upon the lots' 3, 6, 5,'and,,7, Section 27'I?, '
s"twnde without a home,who often bad Township 31 'south; Range 3d East in ..
;oot a roof over his beAd, and who died WALTON WHANN & CO. Brevard county, Florida,''with a view to'
Jar awiy from; native land and friends.fmnmaiuhavebeeii Toe Florida.State Gazetteer the cancellation of said,'entry: the said
j .; transported from Wilmington, Del. andBUSINESS parties are hereby summoned to appear.
1; T'uls to Oak Hill Cemetery,Washington at this Office on the 14th day ofJune1883; '
:'*R.w |D.&,:!where(bey will rest until the last Ast Captain McLean of the loop "AgneP to bring you a tack of the DIRECTORY, at 3 o'clock p. m.,'respond and furnish' ;i
; :i tnaapet bids jblm; rise to tbat Home. testimony concerning cl alleged aban
homeless shall c4ntainingthenames, bvsinat and address donment.
; t6veetllomewhere ones "
:. .i,nit forever PLOW BRAND. L. A.BaKNES Register, ;
-of the- 1 w5 JOHN F Bou. Receiver.. :'

7:. as 'i a1B: m=Arc Has Homy. JNO. ANDERSON, of Ormond.Agent for East and South Florida. Merchant, Professional & Business men, NOTICE.' ..''

...''T.I,our homes can be made happier '
,t sad sweeter through the.refining influcuees and the principal farmers and land U. S. Land Office,'Gainesville,Fla. \, !

l suulc. Put in the Piano or the owners, orange groves and plan- May 18, 1883.)/
: Organ,provide the latest Music, gather OOLLINS&.C01HARTF0RDEstablished' tations, together with a Complaint having been entered at- this, T
/ :to we children and the neighbors and Office by W.C. Bonnell against U, P..

, "sttke't the old home ring> with sweet and Sketch of All. Citiet, Town and Village, Tyler for abandoning his'homestead en:
try number 6.675, dated June 15-1878
; spiting melody.Jhm&gettho. And how to reach them and'other valuable 5 ,; .
t Information. upon the lot Nor 7,- Section and loUr
"'Piano"-or Organ. No. and Section,26.' .Township 8
l4. .t.1I8ct 10 ua,.of course No other.House This important work will be issued just Range 38 E,In BreVard coonty,''Florida ,
:- 4 Earth or South can give you such bar- as soon as the labor of collecting with view! to the eaneeUatlo of'aid"

J, giiMk We lead all., Ten Grand Makers and compiling:the facts can be 'accomplished. entry: the said parties are hereby--;summoned -, _.
ii sod ever MO styles to select from. Low- to appear at this Office on the. 26th .
t 1 cst Bock Bottom Prices.. Easiest terms To the burinew. community -' day of June 1883 at 10 o'clock a. ,m: to* .:
3 .r'.ifct,, ent'.1Iater'lnamesonalllnstru. this will be the most valuable book respond and furnish--testimony: concerning ." .

;, .t}.... No stencil or cheap .Instruments .....'. : .. that has yet been published about said alleged abandonment.: Y:
*, /old. OaIl house in America selling PI11DOI ,- L. A. BaBNES, Register .

! sad Organs on, the one- price plan. ....J. Florida. Price, $5. tube sold by subscrip 5 4w. .. JOHN. ,F..Remus s, Beeeiver." ..;
VsMonaprioes to all.Purchasers supplied tion.
;, ;:|41nN;Every man his.own ygent.' NOTICE. :
Rates for Adtertiring: U. 3.Land Office at Gainesville. Pls.May .\ "
! PUHOi-1300, t235250, $300. I It' I ';".
i t pRg4N8--429, 430$5075,. '100. i 1 Page with book 1M. i Page with book$3( Complaint havingbeen'entered'it'thisOffice '

aiti 81M on.J5 days'test triaL .No, money MANUFACTURERS OP |&*Agent wanted in every county, .to by Deborah Cleveland against
:" -:itajdicduntil satisfaction is glv n.. Six Trueman Vanderlip. for abandoning his
whom liberal terms-will be offered..
,;; l..,exeh4nge. privilege. Six years Homestead Entry No. 15,186."dated :April
1 *C. .EYerlJ-lndqoementl. that can Axes Hatchets Picks GUSHING & 'APPLEYARD 'Pubs: 26, 1877. upon the lots 3, 4,5,and 6;
+ be extended; :send for latest 11-. Section Township 31 S,Range;38 'E,
:r ,.hatnud Catalogues,special offers, PrIce LAND P. O. Box 1012.]' Jacksonville, Fla. In Brevard county,Florida, with'a view.
.3, Bstsaad nil information. W can suit you OTHER EXTRA. 'QUALITY. to the 'cancellatronr"'ot" .

! i'.'l'IIMl; ye wiu lfw get,*-'Ta.chance. TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS. said parties are hereby summoned to ape: _.
< t Valuable [PropertyFor pear at this Office on the. 12th day.of
iBtlLL JlU8 CAL.1N8TB UMENTS. Also FINE STEEL AND' CHEAPER FLOWS Sale I 1883. at 10 o'clock a. m. to respond and .
r VWins Hartiu- :Guitars' Accordeons, furnish testimony concerning alleged. .\'
. .t...:wa -sr Harmonicas,Concertinas Flutes Of all sizes and prices from $5 to $30. Also, Plowing "..111".. Thirty acres of land in the City Point abandonment. 5

'_ 'i.7'I'IIIa' plarijonets.Drums, Dobson banjos, Farmers will r.c.lve'valuable Information, catalogue, Loa Hammock., Splendid new galvanizedWire L.'A. BaEinu, Register. .
J .:to 1 boriues,:Orpolnas. Immense stock. 5 4t JOHN F.RoLLixL. :Receiver. S t'
to the makers
:bIied importation. Lowest prices send by writing Fence around twelve acres. Five .k.'
-t ;
*,' -.Iw. Retail CataJocuea. COLLINS A CO.. 212 Water St., New York. Hundred young and healthy Orange trees NOTICE. '

:{ $ 1PADANL&IITArJANSTRINOSnBampomat Forty .bearing trees, Beautiful'RiverFront Six months after date I will present to

and beat In the wide world. Six fine and banana his Honor J.A. McCrory, Judge of the
i 1 acres as cane
?;.;r1 ( :"' 1 brand,'sold for ten years past county court of Brevard county,Fla.;my
,"s.d rtbebect violinists. Price 25 cts land as there is in the state. Adjoiningthe final accounts and vouchers as administrator

" ., lets r per set for Violin, 91-25: for The Florida Star Printing Office. land of the Hon. Wm. H. Sharpe. of the'Eltate of Samuel'Moorelateofaaid Y

Here is good .for county deceased and ask for final. .
a opportunity one
any '
3 "j.rr 8Bt JLU8IC.Immense stock.Every discharge as such Administrator;: ...'
:; ;t\j;;;;;:'=ed. Ev desiring make a good investment, as PHiNEas D. WESSON,'Administrator...1.
" "--st-.s.. ":.. on our a'eIyesPnce the place must be sold ,Titles perfect. March 19, 1883. (43.6m) i'J '

:fji .. eaaea.", e in endless variety. ". Parties intending to purchase can make !
: ;
i o teachers supplied.'wOBUMEVT&Brass ALL KINDS <'
.. : ifree. I enquiries of Dr; G.-W/Holmes 'or.HoD.W. .

: and ani' H. Sharpe., For terms 'and further gl t i Jtt, f m.,. :t
ii, f use;Outman.French and American. Ro- particulars address A. P. 'Perham Quit- a a ...
.., ; 'ft"1' !?I***!**LI***Pistoa,Genuine CourBrdtsupplied man Ga. or'R. C.Perham City Point Fla. ..J..
with fall sets., All ,MERCHANTILE"PRINTINGtFurnished
L' 'aeet r.,catalogues. or confer with Captain Peter Wright of .
t t'_:'JA ,SWEET HOM&Our new pop- the fast Bailing sloop: "Mist"- .who\I will "Tltst ppT a w '
Q | "
YagatineMonthly. .60 cents THRESH
r the
parties to see property.FOR
.r fir "J.mll ..Cheapestmagazine lstsstamt cuv 1
;tf:,.i specimen copyfreeTconulnlng PremIt Short Notice. SBBBBBBSSBBBflBlBBllBHS' -
at "rawaaar. e '<:
.! /,over tLOO worm t aad Pdma s i it

..,.. .;' : '- '! Vivant eiebiubsa4ber.. .flat-bottomed. boat, .aloe pia. .,.
.t''': v___.;f. -' : 1._ Wait &pplsed,att Twenty-threefeetlongPith a.comfortable NIP TENT'' N SPAY; :

*1[ .."'.* .''..Uir. LC! Hon PlllA1IYE. cabin, and'new, sails.. Good breadthof DflTDSjTQ HI CHI IQ OMaiaM vices,Componnda tar BfrrTmaltil, Deslma rtcr ..
", and
'. 1,..;t/.&' '' ffi.. J a.. ,beam insuring good carrying,capacity a* to pctmtabuttr of/nveaZna Sno., four
;!;;'+'':'J 9r iiiM..J'J P ON' Boat is perfectlytight and sails ,welL "Qnlda tor obtafntaff'PateaWM* wnterorrvben. Ike {:
.' t -" ateRaAO ..& m Depot Addieaa-LOII19aaGt3] >ptfU..
:; .' .4 ...;, "" 't 'AlIAt.CI-.1. ,: ; Also a good mule, of small size, that will Solicitors of Patenta;ITaaDtnct,D:C.x" .

- work anywhere. For further particulars

.. ,''' ''''':: <__'IJJmt' e r'ire'Iziroa civiwss"sr r.e.w' U address, R, STAB OFFICE, W* "

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r':'! ''''"4\, ,,..;,:;.. ...; -.. .. ,.- ...." ... ,,"' '. .r-f- T) eitre,to'Iniite dltiain /are+ 'i tirodnced as parts of Agricultural.. hens... Tbecrosslsagabil
; 10'/. :; gwata whom nu> .
: : ..A1RM.PhH/HAND .J'.I8. ; 't
.. '",,'(<111\; .> '''',,''' :; ,., '>t.. yre c_t ri.1IDt.aDCI.. .the:-gueete.iemapn : eggs mva. bly'hatenV ..=..
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.. '...."""""""'":.;f.. ..... ..... =" "::I-s....: '1": #'t. "".*_I T f :*> _1T JB ; l- -__J1_ _*- 'L.' table* : .longer; thin at .luncheon, The Strawberry. There nothing: ,> t!

,5t. i.\t\ 15..,....... = : ',''- *' 'when' they &re11D parties ''If:,the beat results arp ejected from than wood,ashes, 'Theys:
t.tj1t ..*!J( -;::-. etiU JIIOI8.Tr1: ., 0 whlch Is usually ia the ( '
> At ''tJ e dansant; setting outt *plantS died;spring on the plowed groW -
of indoIo
truth ;
l W ET rt I ---' !U'i{ '''' their glory.and prove[the: ; I '. ,
... ..,.,. ". inscribed: upon'the Jcards of. invitation, 'work'must be' tonefairlyfor nothing is or they may be 'sowA justjfaj

f''v R...... ".....-=-- r' a suitable drew for dancing :;should be more beneflclalta them than the spring ing or after it. :. ..
clasp str.t7NcxEONs ;
i &.
; 1'k "vibes ; .. s : ; .
"'d1 .. fte jo '''GJD7 ell..:';:,' 'BOW"TO: !; rte, With"'op without"''a hat as the rams,'Until;well rooted the plants cannot :ht:
: t. ,--g: :::: .t.f! )Z In answer to inqiujie 'W ;
?- Etymologists tell us that the word wearer prefers.* n the dress should not stand the slightest; degree dryness

.,..t-' 'it iT:F &af't\---: : ..deer forme; :: luncheon is derived from clutch or be'as elaborate,as a"ball.dress. in'the soil, and hence/if they! are transplanted -" soft-shell eggs, ,it. may_bjj,_"..

.1'Jk., JlrJlMl.oIr: I pUue. clunch :and signifies abandful of food ; rains of this the difficulty caused b'ya lag I .
; A,'high tea" is 'to' some extent, in in time, to get the, .
; Pounded
M; 'g.'Jfttl" I their pieiMc a8U.';:! { but in these later days it surely bas lost .4 oyster shells,ahouljh'
;'f;'?;'::Isl We .myojettoftMttay'Kml,' place of a dinner,'and savory cold meats, season;a.larger proportion of them will reach of the .
' ; its signification as a lunch partyof'the easy fowls at aU
'" 'thnl out ath for/'_ en" essential \
i. ;j; *MU salads oysters .cake and thrive. One of the most pointsto
-j: ;' T0Ulk with, thoM who'y reached the goal period is often a very elaborate and culture is To every barrel of Jl ur.l ."
; (
be served. be observed in strawberry
ices 'of all descriptions
,k, ,..1-..Asel.p' eettbcirZ ven. in lieu of
t, .. -- costly.affair, and serve there is about"is '
1' And the guests remain until a late hour; to push the plants forward the first .po'ueld of t. ;,
y. ; n .>>.. 'IsJk 5idr goo j J. inf Spirit coals ah invitation to a ,dinner party but too light to ;ship except
'f.1:' V Witt thein to lipids immortal;. and cards, dancing'and music are en year. Every' blossom that.appears and ij i .
And i.the.r of June pouts' with one drawback, viz., that only gen rule for their amusement. every runner that ;takes root robs the and there: is an Opportunity1

% 'A-cUlm to thtt bright portal: tlemen of leisure can,be; present at the 1 effect inventor to devise a method,
\.:'a i| H. lUopt! j jnr oul,with pture thrills]; The,tea-table is often decorated with plant of so much vitality and the Qom, I

J $&.- "* Uponhi I palm e%(t' Ten': V repast. baskets or dishes of flowers,- and'small is always :seen the following season ; pressing it into hales as is the' rijjftj.

1 f I read mynsme; my spirit fills; luncheon is called .dejeuner hay. *-<:'r." -
In France the therefore the blossoms should be pluckedoff
besven.i laid at each plate and several -
-J; I'm. .overwhelmed. .with bouquets are. i
.;i: .>' .gALLT A. Htn1V'o a la fourchetto -the breakfast courses are ,with.white grapes and not' allowed' .to 'fruit, while the ;:Every one' .interested [uu:

',t..- with a fork-the first breakfast being of for the last runners 'should be" promptly checked on a small seal Dt1r
: .. F and a cordial glass noyeau should
c ,Howto.Servel3reakfasts: Luncheons served in one's apartment, and consist- course. whenever they begin to push.forward. something adapte t IS

:.\i:' V .,. ; and- Teas. ing chiefly of rolls, sometimes accompanied A beautiful device for ornamenting'alunc1i To .successfully grow strawberries requires cultivation, etc., and by 'be-- <-r'-_

"u by'an egg, and always with a than the proportion careful, can double their yield
'!'. \i' '.-;' dinner or tea-table, is a mirror I more- average :; c .
i abowd .I cupful of strong coffee,while the lunch- of labor, but the vines always yield of the old kinds with bat'-fit: *.
*,' ne breakfast be always of angcianuiieras with large glass globules around the ,
eon serves for an early dinner for the abuudaLt'y to good cultiati n. The tional exi>ense. "\tr, -
f. appietizii t15'n of 'our i substantial mci1''for' outer edge, and glass basket of simiLrdigu .
children and a should be plowed and well
deep Tennessee
:;. 1.p rD als tand). ..Lelgh ,Hunt filled with fruits and flowers, reports the.largest t, ,
l adults. worked into tine condition "'
I a preparatory of
: us.'"breakfast: is the foundation of is placed in the centre of it, and aroundit sorghum syrup, and'Sew'Jermost .

: ''and .oftentimes' Luncheons are one of the most agree- low to the reception of the young plants. .sugar. Every. 'feethi37( ;; i '
the day' :;employment, ; are grouped cup-shaped glasses,
able institutions of social life, and no After.setting the plants in position,the increases.andv with ,
of its'heaiti ;* therefore its' surroundings Rich holding a rare orchid or an"exquisite : thennuj%? 1.;made ;as attractive as repast can be made more wholesome rosebud;with'a few ferns, and after distance apart 'being that which best now being added every season >bid
and feminine ele- suits for cultivation with hoe and cultivator -
and enjoyable, as nation and manufacture it
possible;-arid;although they should be the repast the flowers are given to the .i i J1nt;

-' very 9Weritfroni tl>celalorate decorations : ment is usually predominant, it is need- guests. It is said that .the time' will they should be kept clean and as easily produced the 'N o Iii \gi

of_ihe4inner-table'tbey should be less to say that they are 'always chatty' soon come when we Americans will free from grass and weeds, for the plants Louisiana, ,:' "

often brilliant. will not they should unless .
grow protected '
I. made as p'le sing.t And a pretty breakfast think less 'entertaining our friends Clover is not. always. best. vhejtmrwith
in that respect. .
'servioe'of.Eoglish' or French china, There is much less formality in serving with every delicacy of our country and a grain erup. The' U1eonmpidty .k. -(hit

with all the variety'of 'dishes for meats, a luncheon than a dinner, but it is all the climes of theearth,and will derive The proper method of manuring:; ,is to growing grain shades thcrjfe

'.vegetables'eggs.toasts' cakes;'jams and usually composed of several courses, and more pleasure in intellectual conversation I use'only' such material as is fine and plants and accelerates they;,frowth"b'

fresh fruits' "r ,' ,.;will..; add.greatly. to. the. 'appearanceo the sweets ate placed upon the l4bttas mingled with charming music and I thoroughly decomposed., The most doubtless true in some instancesWlis

\ .the"table and.not. _draw.very in a dinner a la UU &'. the exhibition of rare sets of engraving,. i economical way of applying it is to raise'the equally.true that there are.seaajs

heavily upon the purse oL'paterfamilies. Haw oysters form the first course at a with which to interest, our guests. In 1 vine with the hand and scatter the : when it would'suceeed c better .vi '

;Ago sets" of''Eiglish. ware,can be1 purchased I stylish lunch ; then comes soup or bouillon short, mind will predominate over the manure around the stem and over the son alone. "*' E 111<

for from $12 'to $15; 'wl chill a strong clear beef soup. I sensual: appetites, and brains will assert roots ; hut. to thoroughly broadcast the' ,The Canl:""',' Nonthl idilse4+ ,. ''

give you a much better appetite than if their rule over stomach. A %"big feed' whole field is better. The best fertilizerof :, i .
The meats be hot or cold and era of, fruit trees to remember. ttk'trees
your food is served Tipon 'cr cked, chip may I involves a great outlay of money and an artificial character is superphosphate tips; .
like and
grain t"egetalb{
salads are always served, and then pastries .
ped"platoVwhitewarewithcoffee; : ; ; cups time-and tof what gain is,it? Xot the :and theaddition of, wood ashes must have ,
I manure tokeepuprtidr
; ::
sweets ices and fruit ;
thick that lips can hardly fitTer utuch" is the is 'improvement. Should there be
so. ;your least ; but rather !injury an ascarcity fertility. An annuals! top-drew '

their brims. Ten courses or more are frequently I result, and the sooner we learn this of good ashes a substitute maybe best. If the manure ann f':h11w:.

.. Money ltfn.p 'ri:1 aidng':attractive served at elaborate lunch parties in lesson the better it will be. for ourselves. used in the shape of kainit or Ger- fresh earth from, ,

ware andotliertable.: furniture.isoften large cities. Claret wine and cham- { salts of ditchesMords
; man potash (sulphate potash),
half inch '
spread an or so dee adit
because it relish to are also handed around, and ," .
well spent, gives a pagne --- which is procurable. from fertilizer manufacturers -
it : black coffee is the last course with The Statues at Thebes. the, .trees.wilk hafe'fa; wonderfutetteet.,
? :Do you doubt .it Try: Lime is considered by s negro'er.J "

for yourselves. Contrast' table well crackers and cheese and candied ginger.. ., asked to be injurious, but plaster. is a A Western farmer who .tried wbIIt,
Dean Stanley was once .by a
servrd.and'icovered' an: ecru or as at dinner parties. valuable assistant.A bran as manure for.wheat repoilatbdthe : <
friend what. he be the best
of tR
white damask cloth with, red or blue After the removal of the solid dishes effect an application' ;;
written passage in ;his works. lie replied beginner will easily: make mistakesin u.i'' ;
of bran to'the 'acre equal-'to
borde j'and napkins to match, an English the servants: do not remain at ;lunch- was ;;
at once;.hThe' description of the selecting varieties. ,Some aie- bisexual obtained from the usual appncation jof;
set of'dishes, bright; silver and but everything needed should be placed '
; colossal at Thebes'in Sinai fertilize themselves
I statues my and while mixture bone-clustgnanoli'aod i
sparkling glass,;with ..well-ceoked meat the table or sideboard before they a \
and Palestine.' It is, indeed a Very other varieties must be planted in company wood-ashes, and..difference;ia'yiirfi
and potatoes, albeit nothing more; than leave. At large lunch parties the viands .
fine lie speaking of the with those i that are required to
of the that. received bran
as om-:
well-browned "hash crops
often served the table and
appetizing; ,; are upon
Itamesc 'and relating? 'what it must fertilize them "as the crescent for in tfa'*
thW + *
'with not *
,.franked with hot rolls, baked apples, but- handed round to the guests standing, as pared :; .so et : ,
have been before it was flung down by stance. The old standard. Wilson !
tered toast and a.well-nude cup of.. coffee at a supiter-party. And the ladies wear very great. ri ,

.with',,boiliug-hqt ;muk :.and" rich reception hats or, bonnets, only, 'remov- some extraordinary.catastroplie, and before though discarded every season, always A correspondent Of.'the i umtt i..
the Arabs had sc'of oil their mill- relied upon when new varieties fail, and
cream,and a table covered with a spot- ing the uuter wrap and the gloves. JoricJT says that'those'who ,Un et ist4';
stouts out of its .face. .''It .'was," he in addition to the hardness:: of the vines
ted, greasy, red cloth, er worse still anoildoth But, if possible, it is better to provide j to raise seedlings from the rhubarbu$
said the statue in the world":; and the ;
largest sulKicidity, good keeping qualities '
,ugly,quite ware,silver dull as seats for all-and have little tables scattered means of improving, the'ejnahtya't1fl br
Far and wide that enormous head must and color of the fruit, is the best
pewter, badly washed glass, upon which ; about in library and dining-room I disappointed, ashe :plants-1: :Jrnm
have been seen ej t' ,1Uout hand cars. Par for, shipping. Although the Wilson
the,.richest,of crockery is served, and if they adjoin, with small tablecloths } .though, .vigorous. and healtht,will..
; and wide must have st-eu hi:4a t lorries i r.JUldiU1n.Si1 it '
for wluch..should_"you*have the best app upon each, and the'l1eellful articles. you produces' \ can v.lryas seedlings of: all plants 40: I A
I hands resting on his elephantine. You be made to yield tkern'ohldrges '
titC,? And four or six can be served at each propor- choice sort dice established is..easi!1).;.
sit on his breast and look at the Osiridc tions if .the excess of berries: "fa/taken .
Give me the spotless, cloth.:land thedaintyfucuidtiigs table., This avoids a crush about the creased by.taking off, eyes, -.dtb.a bit
I !'olatlll'3hieh support the portico of off, which, though causing a reductionin
with oatmeal main table of refreshments, and is far of root, in October.t .
the temple, and which anywhere else their) number, does not detract from ,, .;: % _, tfs1J'
I .. .
and simple ;fare, and bright faces more agreeable and comfortable> for the ,, 'H
would put to shame even the statues of their bulk in nieaMuement, the price A Kind-Hearted Princeea

;., and kindly'! heart*,'and.will"not ask,for guests and hostess. the cherubs in t St. eter'8-wul they also being higher in market and the :I"ft"W

a more dciiclpus repast. Unless particularly invited to prolongthe seem pigmies; before him. His arm is quality improved. Seldom fait that "stories"'aboutjfe

life than meat.the visit, the guest takes leave, of the '
Is not the
more thicker than their whole bodies. The princess of Wales.are circulated;>5utt: .
the later
host and hostess at conclusion of the Among varieties are the ':
body more than raiment ? recent issue the YhitehaY i .1
only similarity to him must have been Sharpies Bidwell Manchester and ,, of, :
We must eat to live but should not repast, and : IIow enjoyable that '
.we says the gateway, which rose in pyramidal Mount Vernon the Manchester recalls one, of an incident occuttt&'

make our tables- so: i i attractive at 'each has been I" or makes some Battering, towers, now broken down and rolling in considered the,btst for soil. being a" few'years'! ago/which is wbrth're. t%,

meal of. the day that ;when our children pleasing remark' ; upon the surroundings, a wild ruin down to the plain. Nothing Kentucky is a late light : of Tlie ing, as giving. .an"the:pr ctir
have grgwu up'and gone forth from the the day, or any little incidents connected which now exists in the world can give quality and, In the good cal kindliness of htr..Uulywynlibftr.k.An

guardianship of borne they will always with the occasion, which may occur productive. Crescent :
: any notion of what the effect must have Austrian general visiting,, atsn-i
Green Prolific and Seedling
to her. Hovey's ht," ,
remember the delights of home-fare and been when he was Xo dringham, while saying""good I

the enjoyments qf. the.table?, ; TEA FAKTIKrt.Tea one who entered that building, coins Wilson,the stamens are abortive, and the to his royal 0' host,, chanced. :to.. stuumble
parties as a formal meal are only usually planted between them. I" .'for:
The innate refinement :of everyper have thought of anything else but that and sprauied his ankle so that per'
given in the country as the late dinner owing to the flowers being pistillate, hre'beL.
more' at eral da's.he-v.-i'4'contined' to
son is said to be apparent the stupendous being who thus had raised .

table than '.a "'here"ehie ;," therefore takes their placev But-, V>-oclock.teas"repast himself 'tip; above the whole world of one row of plant sufficient with welMetelopedstamens sevenl Xot only did the prince: call f$1$ ".

every.child.should learn at 'the. served between luncheon'and an8o'clock gods and men.'*' 'Then, speaking"of the of the being The for rows to inquire after' his;conditionbuf the'.
pistillates. principal obstacle -
:eating. dinner, in'tlie city are all the prince also cariieF'every'diiy "and.iw -
table :refinements.of I; two other statues Amenophis, he .
ithe inclination
of the 'It\ismi-
rage, and have become a favorite modeof : :'< aloud to'him fbi b:Nde: to Divert his-
and adds Thc the
: sun was setting
But if :meals are badly'sen'oo ; mete varieties to crowd out this others
entertaining'one's 'friends, both in mind from tho he-was sufteriDgr ::
quickly..disposed of, and dishes are hush II African range glowed red behind them ; I but this'can he avoided by careful culti- '
and I '
the United
England tatf"- "I know of of mID W" .
led on the table.,crowded together, and the green plain was dyed with a deeper. vation. i none my family; :
They are more informal meals thanluncheons : rept' mother who, would.have.: done- :i
the wl oe.l1l.1is dispatched: in ten or' green beneath them ; and the shades of my -
because the tea equipage is :1 Strawberries can bpi transplanted in the. for the general alwaf ,1i
: same me
fifteen minutes, without 'a thought of i i evening: veiled the vast rents and fissures ,
placed in the library. n. ptiol1fooDl.1or.1.a 1 the fall, if lreftrred.uft' asthe" cold adds with tremor bihisToiowhen ?,- .g
a grateful
anytbrig; ,but| stowing it away in the in their aged frame As looked back i
k parlor, .and one of. the young j I! season conies on should receive careful he relates ,1
the story.
quickest possible time, how can a child on them in the sunset, and roe up in Jf
ladies of the house serves "the beverage J t mulching. In fact all t-tr.l.\\'herri _
learn to eat decently ? II front of the background of the mountain ::: :jt
.. that cheers and not inebriates while:1 I should ln mulched for protection in Bill Jones' Easy Creditor., ;
and they stern indeed a* if they were :: : \
The father the mother must
the lady of the house receives her winterbut wore l'SllloCiaU01IDg plants. T, .
I of it. The
themselves,.cat slowly a properly if guests and gentlemen pass the cups, part Should n 'plants be.:..desired: ; at anytime A good old deacon waa"going4tbe'' :

they would teach.. their" children. to. .d a but, a servant Ls .always in attend :I human character? is never lost. Their a few rows should be allowed to I rounds making a collection'fortbe;:
faces mutilated indeed
so, Mtd save them a great amount of embarrassment ance. I art' dreadfully ; produce runners for that purpose, but I church, ,and TaU upon tough customer'in :
the largest has no face at all, but is,
,when they sit.:t't.1nyatp'ox. : It is, however, made the occasion of every other portion of the field should Bill Jones. Bill had not: been'ta i
I I from the waist upward, a masaof stones .
public tables elsewhere. displaying: rare.china; and 1 the hostess be guarded against such effort on the church for.years; .and 'when'the i1ec
and rocks piled together in the form of .
Let your .table?linen be ,well ironed takes special pains< to procure very I part of the plants, as the propagation by made known his errand, ,he I declined .
human head and Still -
body. especially
and clean/no matter bow.,coaree it is, highly flavored Pekoe-orange tea, and I in that dim light, and from thtirthrol1los ruiuiers is in direct opposition to the giving anything1. t''('ome, "lgilliarn:

and the dishis1iteuUy'arranged-and in to have her silver.tea-kettle: boiled upon I propagation by seed, thus lessening:; the give something," said the',deacon..
lofty they seem to have faces .
order,'-apl.;matterjwhether'; : 'they; are the_table and the teas made there. only of_ hideous and grinning.uglintus;" tendency for fruit_ production.Farm Can't do it,"' HWbynot'hn'tthe' .
white, or ,blue, or brown. or of various Rare flowers are also exhibited and cause' a good 'one?*;' ""tWelll'yeI-
colors, with' ;the salts, and castor, rare teagowns are worn by the ladies; I --- Notes. J I guess so, but :I khiH ableJo 'gite': _M11'

and batter;lter.

thecupefandsarieer5COBeeor: : teapot, esthetical and rarely' poetical" as the 1 I passed a resolution regulating the. importation stitute for. lard, ,the consumption tnlb.1' Yon >:most give a better reason tb>m .'

sugar bowl .:creamer.+ ,.and,slop-bowl .at hostess can-arrange affairs. I of patent medicines which creasing very fast that."' "Well, then I owe' too' ranch

.the aide ,and,'in:frontof; : ; the niatreas' The highly flavored cupful of tea.with i will interest English and American The season has opened well for money and I am just before'I.ant: genr ..

plate. Meat.and/vegetables placed in ,!.hinwafers".sandwich and cakes of I l travelersand patentees: With' the and the' prospect seems good for a full erous." "Ah! iBit-"WilliainVyou,

front of, the master, bread' and ;.saucerson several kinds,* ,furnish all ,the refreshments exception of.II olio way's:pills'Henry's, crop ., \: -b t':" i'., I I| Heaven a larger debt than y6n owe anyone.else. --
each side, and JA 'yae' :or I bowl .of and ladies wear the same bats I magnesia, and a few other preparations, One. who hashad.e xperjeneat'i4Ifl.dal : ."'' *That V:true, ;.deacon, but .

z flouters in.ttie1eentre"ot.the. table,,and. and dresses as reception or lunch |t the lists, or"ad:', 1t.ib1tF-I. medicines. hatching adLses-tho see of teghornBnUmu He aint pushing me like the balaace ofmy .

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fl" ; 7"ff'ih '-- -- .. ,,. ...; r ; baIl: fs :. three months after it bad taken place 1j
; ." --Jf. .'::'- 1"J- tood;ble6d-:>lIb r fti ; :- would. file. Ctnat '.&_"-,, : amto- was intee free 1. Sly'father:
];' t.:. "Jit.., :?' .j'f" < I j: ,once felt
!' -' &,- "" know the reMon why!" : ..
,-' "j'l". ", ': i_ .. > ,. .: .' '.' '. : ;. i ii i very much interested in Henri LemaIX&s'iubeegnent
!{,;:;. !." >. V; ._ "No-Wi"' :tp s n.a :dl Lif71 th/.A '
: '
...,:'.."". ,J'.. ;;' M&a':';,-''_- riiri7-J'l.-.t- : Hmrmured the, ,girt The.4.V.1, Q>mte' received Henri i some ,of'I II | .fate; but. we have been
!< ..' '." ; "r' U Death rather than'disgrace!" 1. I the unable to ascertirn the
anything beyond
; 1rid u'1 td.trim'J. V ** and himself
I *t-i haughtily expressed
j1!'! t: r' .ra .J"U r.= ;rrr=", "Yon' he her; nal Yon -
,, ''''' ''' citize see ,j act that he was .still with the
-( .1{
; ; Qgherre not annoyed at the affair of the day army,
'Co, 1. she' .
fjft '"- ... \J. is too giand'to'be the wife ot an ; B !!1 and had distinguished himself greatly."
,p> fK; j.'.'rfrY ci ranlif'. Teas i only secure .Henri told him that bewag sure au- I
'{,, ." '-'!- : 'Y' t honeet man, if hedoii't happen to be
,.... "" 1-,. I) .Q' .
.;ft, I'r .n...; ... aristocrat I" marriage,could easUy be annulled, I 4'1: ,seek nothing m, this;.to ,interfere

.J5..i r ....,,'yO'flDg'menvt. .. oS .an<.When, -the mob' found I I 1 parties being: willing that 4 It should as an' '. ,with my suit,'; ?paid the General ;when

.& ,r1..: Mreritly, t .'the. better than Marie so.! It could be represented asa v Marie had finished. }'YO\\te1t me. yon
i H BHKmUf 9. m preferred the chance of death to
;5iof rtteM.'Thelasttpeaier waa gory one, and had taken. place hang-1!l to marry again"
r Ing' Henri, they verred round and .
'h ... ., the consent of parents a very i j! "Siduld! be
y b aDc18o- youvgman.i you very'mneh'offended,
.. ,, thought it would bea.a-capital joke to, i '
J."I : formality to render a' French'nrarr to Monsle. Generate if I 'told how
were: smart yoa
'IbOrroom': they' ;ii was force her into.tb6 marriage besides it
r- ; 1 is more
I legal. Henri then sroke to the : much reminded of Henri Lemaire
: "Wthe you .
; iM4r,*tarnished one : top would be a little amusement for them -
> ,
#*.!IfuH;;j .IT v *.-Us ..* Sl.*''a''quiet quarter"of selves. of his plan to ''enable them' to, ex .when I. first saw you V"'
.,. .
": 1 II England. The Comte. inquired The General, in reply to this, drew
"But where shall we find a priest?". '
"ft&Itofcthe a Henri considered it safe. The ; no from his, pocket a"delicate 'cambric'
.period, when the_Revolutttiheight. said Henri, appearing to take their,
II answed MYes, he,thought so." handkerchief, which he held out to Mademoiselle -
wit consent granted. ;
; sur-
$ .
; When they parted, after .- Beaupre.She .
#; ,,I" ., } know they were; in "Here"criedjbalf'a dozen"'voices, but
j"t' ud1d. W some arrangement took it and found embroidered
..!'. :# .. '1-'J' .' necessary in
... s dragging the unfortunate priest for-
:t'r,'t, ,r"l....'i ,!l ,)1'. ; II Comte had regained his usual d. Her the, corner her own initial, designedand

::' 1bo d.,- a.week-since I was walkingj6fndeomeonejn ward.While manner. court worked by herself. -She bad
. the discussion had been
,"" going
; :.: .,a. grisette'a.dress. I lost it the day they landed at
forward he had remained in, the back
a : T itenda figure and graceful carriage is soon
The Three days'after; our' fugitives Dover. .

tsedmpctuiaeitip, that I deterraimd ground In spite, closely of his.guarJed.protestations that he I'!I standing oh. ilie. deck'of 'vessel up soon "IIeJ ri I" exclaimed 'Marie, gazing -
; )
'= te see berlaee.: I supposed'the'soand"nip friend at. him 'jn. al bewildered
was approaching the,coast of, ; manner -
perform a marriage so evidently -
? :. >. : alarmed the :! I accom .
fbpteleps" <
person -
.( ., the wishes of the There had been uo difficulty in -
against lady
:irtirJtouVwuig \ She, fearftairfitten'saw'a' .- the passports,_thanks ,to, Henri's. ht of "Yes, Henri the' despised artisan."

: s:# : face that, though, h" was compelled to take up his station acter as a;loyal citizen ; cheeks, said he, smiling. -

tg'l- 'kb? d j ot? en1t.: 'tor more than three befoiO'the.strangely-Sssorted couple.In were free deadly "Never despised,?' returned Marie

:' cjeiis'appeared; too of ten: in,ray dreamsteioetoiiaveforgotten the confusion consequent upon Mademoiselle Beaupre was "And now, my darling," he 'said,
: I.followed bringing forward the priest, Henri had and fig
it. her father'
c arm, .contemplating "can -you'forgive this mystification I
/ 'Mc' distances/:and saw her, .disappear.N contrived to whisper to Marie; not to shores of the country likely to be the. wished to 8t.whether I should be

: ;into:=a 'doorwa .. The next. ,day J fear, for the marriage would }*. only a home for, some time. Certainly five more successful than I',was'five years

I Lt watched .thehouse, and saw the Comte. forms in order to save fc' < approach to Dover shows the ; : ago." .

He dressed in work- lIb n>l>ectfiil manner, forming, as it coast under to
(: .tafflfr out.! > .was cnc ot its most ( "SuCff ful !;I think you took very

1 r; > -,mantis: clothes 5 but I knew him at once.1HusaetUed did, such a contrast to his pretended aspects. 'The dazzling white 'of came little trouble at that time 'to 'ensure

thernatterbeyondadoubt." brutality, t-cemt-d to reassure her somewhat bold cliffs the One old castle ; 'found
} success. You were acold as a marble
..I. .' ; so when the Jlri(' asked her if the The .
., : '"Tbe domte is'your: father's land- on high, comfortable-looking : stafll ."- '

. ; ..ori1;is he aoylend 7"r she ,rerei11in for the weniony to nestled so easily in the hollow, all 7etl, 'Never mind the past," said Henri,
J take he bent her head. '
; ."Yes :and 1-liave loved his1 daughter up a very attractive picture. nt ; he i gaily "Let us' think only of .the
..' The marriiice then foiciuenced.) It be
'j 'iance,she,wa| A child. When. I was a Mademoiselle Bcaiipre felt a .only I future. What do jou think-your father
.c;; was a strange scene.The .
r med fid I have watched"'for hours ipouItlte lifted from her heart now her : "was will say to it all ?"

.;. chance of seeing her ride past; with bridegroom's face, flushed with safety was really, secured. As for man. "I think he will be delighted. He
excitement formed a striking constra&t .
her father. rQn quo occasion I had the, tie she had been obliged so her always hail a very good opinion nf you,
to the deathly pallor of the bride while
i :joodfortaine to-stop'her horse- when ; form, she resolved to cast the and now that hisprejudieesot. i the, score
the wild-lookinggroup surrounding them time the
; of it from her resolution easier of
); t wu running away. -a position-u
seemed scarcely fitting spectators of
? ..t "For:xhich'I; suppose you'got scant such a carryout than it might otherwise had "By the bye, I have not told you howI

, ceremony.The been from Henri's be'av.'or: who succeeded to the title. There has
., thanks, after the usual fashion of these'iri8tooats'V bridegroom's were ,
., responses the journehad held himself quite le Geu- been quite a fatality attending: the elder
't clear and decided the bride's scarcely
io and to the Mare branch of ;' At last
",6n Comte appeared recognize my family they bad
the the.
contrary, both
< 1" that separated him'from the Comte greeted dwindled down to representatives>8, .
1'ind daughtet'orwheJmed me withcanihave At the conclusion of the the .
'. ceremony, his daughter.On .' << a father and his two'sons, who were

JhlDUl1t man who had been spokesman went up landing, they drove to a hotel. with drowned while yachting. This happened
; ) Wlaat, induced them to
to the newly-married couple, and makinga '
1 come to Paris just, now ? It is very mock-respectful bow, congrattltl'dthem soon as they found themselves and three months ago."

!' private room, Henri, turning to dance. Marie now suggested their return-
:IdiLgerousfor them ; on their marriage in an ironical .
Comte said "Heir I will take ing: to the ,ball-room fearing their
UXf-riot Bpealrbf it. I have had no tone. His example was followed by ,
t found \ here Ihww you, Mons. le Comte ; and here"- : \ pol- long absence might be noticed.
.: jwt' idnceir they were : the rest and then they all left the room: '
of ing him a pair: -uw a statement of I'A and Henri said it was no matter. ''Their
one the oalers at the Concierjerie. -
.g Pierre, who had been.a!; silent. spectatorof (
I have bribed him to let me the scene, followed them. circumstances: under which the ; : some secret would I [not '>be one' long .for

: took place and also 't bj{ ts after waiting five years for his wife 'lie
n. lave 3 fist very'night of the arrests When Henri found himself alone with ; my re\lU\1C
Jade i all claim on Mademoiselle Beaupre. a Iwll- did nol intend to waste much more time :
time I
during Every "
Marie, be turned to her and said, For- .
the of think, with this, you will hano over his wooing.
'. ,P receiye-it $ tremblewith Jf-r. give me, mademoiselle ; it wathe only
l pause, i *. 4
.. fading their ''names down. IIark'atytha way of saving your life !1" cully in getting it annulled.. *

'. is.that.?" '"But monsieur, will this marriage be Thanks, Munsieitr:I' said the ? The Comte was'qiiite'a much pleasttlas

t Jnoment .hurried: footsteps binding ?" UI have now to thank you for the just Marie had predicted lie had alwaysfelt -?-.
: think-
jrereTyard,ba the stairs ; the door was "Ft'arnot, mademoiselle," said lIenri, in which you shielded my daughter, a great respect for Henri I/ematm :

,burst open, and. a'=young' girl' rushed proudly) ; "I will not claim you. I still more (orthis'generous him, on account of his honorable conduce '

into- the*room.> jj would bind no woman to me by a tie What are your intentions for the \"e', antI in releasing Marie, and his presentposition

.y'&ve me I save me!'' she exclaimed that.galls her. You ,will explain the ture ?" Eng the 'possessor of a' '$ood-old- .

.bolding out her hands to Henri. matter :\f.'le Comte.:" 1 shall remain in England for a title und the estates' belonging rto it,

Pierre looked at the lalf er's face and "What I you know usmonsicur, ? Your weeks ; shall then return to in his united with high military pre'siigio'was'
and enter the '." )fdl1('. father-
lad no difficulty5 in guessing1 who the face seems familiar to me ; it seems to ann everytbingtbatthemost exacting

;: .intruder*as."lywifl'defend. bring back recollections of home." "A very wise resolve," staid -\ she in-law could desire

: you with my, life, 'Do you remember, mademoiselle, t1 Comte, glancing I at the) stalwart : flifft'r-I is The'splendor of the wedding formed a

; 'midijn Pllernfi'said: ;Ilicnri.' h What&youfertVv youth who stopped your horse some the young man before him. "You years' may striking contrast to the former one; as

:*It'' ;f .f' years ago?" make a capital soldier ; and we may i did also the appearance of the happy-

'Ajtriunplh: ; .of,nraay feet,was heard "Quite well I know you now. Then, I I live to salute you.a Mons. le : aI'(' looking, blushing' brfdw 'to :that of

,iCa the etaiig; and a motley crowd poured this is not the first service you have ren- Henri smiled sadly ; and I a the pale, shrinking girl of 'five yearsbefore. .

into, the room. | dered me." Mademoiselle Beanpie. said, : as e'

) ej:appeared"to:belong' tothe,very' "How came you in such a danerous mademoiselle, I""Adieu'mon.ieur during They The Comte- said, one day, jokingly< ', ,.to
and do
IOestclass, literally*a n" cuWtlcthe only position today, mademoiselle 1" asked ; son-in-law, "1)o not flatteryourself. ,
caption -being frightened-looking our gratitude for the services you '
Henri. MODH. le Generate, 'that yon are your
I eaft'who appeared" to be a prisoner. "I was returning home, and had rendered us," said Marie, wife's first love. ..I can assure yoiTthai

( 5w.eie several horrid looking old nearly reached the door, when several of Henri her band. Mdlle. after certain Henri Lemaire;left us at
J He took it, raised it to his lips ,
!g8aniopglhem tivithbleared;: ,
> ,, ; .eyes those dreadful men came up, and saying Dover, there was a great change'in
*iA turned hastily saluted the () there in
tinkprnpt. grey hair streaming'.down.theif they could see .I was,an aristocrat, at- away Marie; which lasted a considerable tin*.
and left the at people!
.hacks. room once."A
These latter were fiercer tempted to sieze me. I eluded their I.believe he carried off some, if not all

( ni their denunciations the men. grasp, and fled I saw an open doorway, fine fellow I" said _the glances. her.heart.. ."

; There-Bhe 'Is! there's ,the ,little few minutes after. "What a pity .to
.- and rushed in. You know the rP t. "Notarise my father!"' :Marie 'replied 1,
.aristocrat!" they >creamed, witlf (uri- has not some noble blcod in his circle ;
l While Mdlle.} Beaupre had been I give smilingly; yet not without a:faint ;
om gIturee. *' I believe he has, my father, '
: .Uenri speaking, a sudden thought had flashed blush. "You sl 'ely'do not want to ,;
I <>
had placed Mdlle. Beaupre in acorner Marie, quickly. .1 remember \\ ; :
through Henri's mind. pretend that I'unwooedwaswon'aiidI
:- and -placed ''himfef before her stopl-ed my horse, un mentioning to the '
'* "I think 1 see a way for this marriage am sure Henri ,Lemaire never madelove :
h'a pistol in his hand that lIe had circumstance to Madame Bertraml, any
to the of securing and to "
Batched I te means your me. .
down from over the mantlelIeCe. told me that they were' descended ; and
Monsieur le Comte's safety. 1 am "
... .. the younger branch of a nob'e old shyness "Never ,uiiiid, my darling 'Henii .
i thinking of going to England, and can 1 I
exclaimed.Thei answered. "If Henri Lemaire. never
Stmttback and it to
he man family, though a ) '
tot | get you and Monsieur' your father put madtt love Henri de Latouche has
:? man :that advances will receive a I IH branch they had originally been ; ,

: ,through,'his brain !. Let us bear I down in my passport as my wife and 1 provided for ; but they were"ah' the not yet ceased .to do so, though we. are

: (,"wt the citittss'has done.'.' father-in-law. agant nice;and when Mons. in old married people of some." '.months,

t .r9: ..:..e!" Marie winced, and a flush passed over I I I succeeded to the standing.
: screamed one of the hags*. grandfather : conser- .. _.. .
t4 Look at- her.face-": her face as Henri uttered the word the property, he found no little left directly ---

"'' ''"crush 31er'e "wife ;" but she answered calmly, "It PKKfAKINUvrOK Tlt}: Ls"=-
he resolved
7"' Sanson a man'said, being a prudent man, : to ;
: d $ eing I, and taking upon himself the would be an inestimable service if you to increase it by farming. But she Whether large or small, br to be',turfedor

could enable us to reach England safe- to be seeded, the soil should be
-s- ; You sec,citizen, al.crfproud, he left Normandy, speak. t

W' l.b. M..the' mere say*-her face is ly.; came to our neighborhood to settle ; manly I drained ; well manured' and spaded'br

#' :: Egh to condemn_her.. We intend toISe "I think it might be managed" said also dropped the family name'' and plowed. It should then be harrowed, :

? *"_ Oe Of an these ri8tOC 'ats. She Henri. "Will you mention it to Monsieur That accounts for our friend's ,father and the surface freed from. 'stoner

cif'*e' a'dainty morsel for Ia Mere te Comte, and see what he thinks orable- behavior; for let me tell )' chips, roots, etc., by thorough o raking.In .
;G wik>tiae!" about it ?" a lawn to be sown, it is well to lay
contuiaed the Comte, "it is not \ up
..,-MT-,: tell assented and then margins.of! sod along the f''atM ,antI .
*' ; %$t you of'a more sensible Mdlle. Beaupre : man who'would have_ acted in the being
jJvP puf her to. Give"her to me. II said she had better go, as she feared her he has." be roads as well as along the 'oirt-linW' of

: ':;Jg f*ife; and to lower the- pride oft father would be getting anxious about No," said Mdlle..Beaupre; episode any. beds or.borders.. .I ,

; .... ttfatocrata' to do 'r.
: D worse to them than I
her.Henri in her heart she felt a slight pique .
:: 4 \ .UV" Henri affected a fetched a fiacre, and escorted he had) renounced her so r d On ,Senator Logan is said to be urging the t

:z;; ...Vi' COU8e' 0 CA..1'I: 'should.soon her home;as he did not, think it prudentfor Women are: cont radictory creatures reader's appointment A.. Matthews,:;,ot

f1: JWrduties: 88 a'rife; and Iclean her to' pass' through the streets on knowledge extends she continued: "The Illinois, are Commissioner.-of;
,' -. ...oj:-1h-_fxould my' boots andflfi foot. When he left her it was agreed s .. .' marriage was pronounced ,void and RtVl>nU('. .- .'.'1:*. '\. !i1- ; 1'
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1! T.E J.I:. .1'A: .:rA ..-. Tte Prtitfcal (Hrttook.' .. BITTERS.Know. MECELLAJTEOU8. -.- '7

'condition .. xs:?,.:;:',
; The political of Florid*,*,of
: :; ;!TSOBEAY;' XAYaI,4188L;,
toast of'th South, is apparently t, DEBARYi

''.'F' .'. .-......_.._.fy :' ... .,,. ..... ..._ ;paWIIUIAr. .,- bat it aeon*'the cauldron ia being beeprcpotatoq fed V4 MERCHANTS'
ii -
r.JT'- t' "" _..IP' J I T
<-: rr' ; ,to.a grand boil in 1884: or ,
,:i,1 ..1 2I'HJ'IlI"'i".l! : -"rIAl.. DOUBLE :
'' ;
..,, ':),.no.; t.l !t. sooner.: GUI it be that Florida ia to hare

%:f'; ... t&; 'II",. the fourth political, party! It has the Carrying the r. s. ... i
1"j.":. ..---.... .mil.trk'l. .. __IWterFes ; ..
'. +Eepoblican Independent t Elegant Side-wheel .;.
Y. ;; at.. .. L.:_A-__ S. ..J
.... .' 1i P...._. ..., ..__ and the Dealers
ior1f !' 1'eOQAO' ...- .......... .,.,"sera' parties,. now "liquor REGULAR,, a i '
, "," "J1 Party" is looming np in certain localitiesin GEO.1L
!I ,CUS- adnetleai.nta>trtllnotaveetteatzentla.c 'mieeoaipi.>!1Nd" 'bUae' the State. Put these four parties in That BROWN'S IRON BITTERS B.PLANT,Capt.,'J.Wt J.Fitrgent Verelt1L ;, s
>roradnat1stegt3teaea4aire'aftbe, JtcUtor the field in a canvaaa, and what will beth will cure the worst case ANITA Caps,C.H. Brock., .

t c?.. .atWygesdoidaaatlu. +eeeeatetuap.' -- result? Any school boy who can of dyspepsia. NowIs De One oftbe above.named llteameri.1I1 i t '
Bary wharf
'THIS PAPER mar be found 'on file at count four can tell you. The State will pt Snnl1aJ2. P"of D1.tsars for PALA.street, -t: .

"' Glen;P.:EoweU a: Go's Newspaper Advertising again become Republican and the dark Williuureahearty appetiteand landings.BOSA.FORD. E.'TIatPlWX. and all lA......a

r '. Bureau (10 Spruce Street) where of the increased digestion. ',.'''lJ<',
scenes years prior to 1877 will be .Capt.J.L.Amazeen .
contract for il
.ti: advertising maybe wnflt t
in NEW YORK.THE re-enacted. Again misrule will govern FREDERICK DE BART.Captlea '
: : Cures and Tlgity ;
1: general debility, ,
the State and her
unexampled prosperity the time to WELAKA.Captain LS.Mattheeit1'
: STAB is the.OFFICIAL newspaper be checked. Many of the winter visitors gives a new lease of life. One of the above-named 1IJeUaea.7(%

> fox Brevard county. leave DeBary wharf toot otLaaa _...: 1.
to this State are probably straight-out dally except Saturday,at 4 30 "
Dispels nervous depressionand m" Iad i .
If F.and W.Rallwa ...
If.Entered at the POll Office at TtouriOe. at Republicans, but the capitalists that are low spirits. Palatka.Sanford.% ,Enterprise, whart at and I aIl.' ...'lit,:
Beasci -Cf N JIatt6. diate laDd1np. .
,: among the number, are always willing to it"' '.
Connects .fj
at Falatka
} "Xnllna argento'color est; avariaAbdito make a permanent investment of theirmODer Restores an exhausted nurs- Rallroaa for Gainesville with and Florida Ocala' Sot' '*_*"r?,C,,

1. tarts,nisi temperategfckndeatnau. only where there is good law and ingmotherto full strengthand SubscribeFor Connects Railroad at Astor with St.John* md T.WEiwtia -.,
for Fort "'(
** Maaon. Talabi
: government and low taxes. The common : gives abundant ears burg and ail points on the Upper OcJawkST '"
Hocac*Ms.tad Book.tnd.
.j .NoTWiXBRAjrnaro the widely spread sense that it requires to make money or tenance for her child. mond Connects and Volusia with coacttea. ft*,nl v

". to keep it teaches this. Hence the
impression_thai_the. number of OUT boys Connects at Sanford with South rlaridal4ljs ,
mechanical inflow of money into the State since it Strengthens the muscles and road for Lon undo Maitland Apopta a..1 __
desiring to learn a trade is Altemonte. K1s81mmee. ad ..' .'J"
; was redeemed from radical misrule. As nervesenrichestheblood. steamers for Lake ,
Jessup Salt Lab asdE .
smaller than in former times, and that ledge and Indian River. .\a.: ,
soon as the Democracy gained the controlof '\. -
the number of akiD d American:mechanics Overcomes weakness wake Connects at Enterprise with soachesr
State outside Daytona and Sew Smyrna
a ] and
government, capital Tttun1U.
is growing lea and lea, the facts, ware fulnessandlackofeaergyKeeps Returning Mail steamers leave Euterpdq

pleased to note-. do,,not substantiate BOught investments there. Now perms and every 9 a.morning m., making at 7 and close Sanford at 7 aaa ...
nent investments of capital are being s.. F.and W. COI1Deet1ou trttk
off all chills Railway for aU
the fevers polA
t. impression.!! made in all the Southern States because East and WestW1'hroaghbillsofladinggiven X--..\
.: The time has been when an American and other malarial poison.
all have good that The Florida Star., toanpote
governments give
that protection The steamers of this line
boy was taught by parents, are all -clua\\:.>
to life and property and exact Will infuse with new life In every respect.
what are called the learned professions '
but reasonable taxes. Was this the For farther Information apply: at Genera,
casein the weakest
were the only pursuit admissible. Our I I invalid. Ticket Office corner Bay: and Laura specks'
: Florida-in Southern State w.B.;
Bills were aU to be lawyers, our Peters, any i c.Do FENWIC>;.Gen.Pus.Agent .
while it was under the thrall of the Republican 37 Walker St..Baltimore,Dee sStx.
"s physician;our Johns must study divinity I ...
For tit -
yean I have beea a treat
and become, pardon us, the biggest despoilers? The Democracy has offerer from Blood Dt e>*e, Dirt -0It FOR SALE
redeemed Florida and the whole South pepcia.aadCoostipatiaa.aadb ,
fools of all, parasite, clergymen. The aodeE itatedttutl fonM not rfa|
r and while it has and abuses and an ythia* on stomach ia fact.
errors it my
result of all this has been that the learned lift, wt become a burden. THE TITUS HOUSE '

.' professions have been stocked, to surfeiting has committed great wrongs, it is the lesser Finally. ,when hop had almost left ."
eviL The -*. my husband stein Baoww's ON "
with material good, bad and indifferent enemies of Democracy Xao Brims advertised ia the .
seem to be hydra headed, and of paper,induced give it a triaL w the constant aim and intention of '
,and many young man found out many I am BOW takiac chi third bottla INDIANcontaining RIVER ;:;
names, but they all play into the hand aad have not felt so well la six the publisher to give to the readers of the .;
his mistake when be too old
only was o
rof JaIl as I do at tile prcseat time :
too proud to rectify it. its arch enemy, the Republican party. K .L F.Ga mr. STAB, one of the most readable and newsiest ;r

The indomitable Yankee cnteness has The Republican party is an able one, and papers of the State. Large Office, Parlor Dining Boon.., .-

struck this flaccid idea on the head, and it is vigilant, sleepless and unscrupulous.It BROWN'S IRON BITTERSwill Pantries, Kitchen, \

the genius of individuals are beginning will encourage any party that opposes have a better tonic 16 Large Airy Bedroom,- -

*to be appreciated and mechanics and mechanical .the Democracy. To break the Democracy effect upon any one who Servants' Quarters
means to shatter the solid South and .
needs "bracing than '
engineer ere coming to the front up, and all
this is now the aim of the soreheads necessary outbuildings,
gen medicinPIONEER k. --o- :
more,and more every day, while self-rely any ma< .
ing,* -sustaining men are rising to theI I erally, no matter by what name they are Cistern of 12OOO gal.capacity)

I called.-Marianna Tima
-- surface and' outstripping! the imbecilesand ...'. -a1soFURNITVRE- .

parasites of the. recent past. Laboris Tke Sooth Florida Railroad to be Extended "-

placing garlands of honor and dignity S&nford Journal 24th to inst.Tampa. Twenty colums of Selected including Piano and Billiard Table.. .
on the brow of her votaries; all honor to
Mr. J. E. Ingraham President of the COOPERAGE.
enlightened patient and skilled Labor! Miscellaneous Reading, The Groundsare
Florida Railroad
'There is excellence without labor Company, returned Barrels $2.25.
no Syrup and "
home Tuesday evening, after an Large Nicely Laid Out .
hence we find our honorable men are men Ganged to order ten cents extra. f
absence of several weeks and from him -ALSODESIRABLE T
of toiL Their hands be hard or
may we hastily gain the following particularsof Honey Barrels, and Oval Water \
. soiled but their hearts
or greasy, are pure TOWN LOTS /
the extension
proposed of this road:
BreakersFrom --
and clean and they go forth with heads
He says contracts have been made for For Business
or Dwelling Houses, aali-,
erect and honest faces in
open enough 40 pound steel rail to completethe : : $2.00 : : Up.
thought, word and deed. GOOD
line from Kiadnunee City to Tampa Tanksand "
The time when labor was considered "
Bay. Also that contracts for seven all kinds of COOPER For f
disgraceful is past-is the bygones new WORK to order.T. Gardening. a(;
among engines to be delivered in August have Nearly Ten colums State
Skilled labor is ever in demand JOHNSON, Terms Easy to Respoatlkir f
been placed, part with the Baldwin Locomotive -
: at good price and ever will be. Look at LaGrange : : Florida. County, and Local NewsPRESENTED Parties. "<
works of Philadelphia, and part
our Yankee 1ventions our Yankee machinery with the Mason Machine Works, of Taun- Apply or address, ... .:
and our Yankee methods of its W. I. MOORE
ton, Mass. They have also completed MRS. M. E. TITC8, '
Look at Yankee civil
appliance. our ,
mining and mechanical engineers and contracts for 200 new cars, including 10 General Commission Merchant, Titusville, : : : : FlorSPORTSMEN'S ..

fine passenger coaches. The freight locomotives ,
" see if our Yankee boys are not giving AND DEALER IX WEEKLY.
will be 24 ton moguls, and the EMPORIUM!
more and more of their intellect, time.

and attention to the useful pursuits.We I passenger engines 20 tons. Groceries and R. C. SCRIMGEOUR, "
The creosoted timber for the wharf at

are credibly informed by the executive -. Tampa has been ordered, and will be TaxidermiSt and NatoraU
officer of mechanical establishment
a large -
shipped to that point, with 1,000 tons o Birds&animals mounted with some reqed,
whose products are sent to the. Family Supplies. for Anatomy.
rails,cars, &c., on June 15th.
entire civilized world, the name of which' Everything appertaining to sbootioj 4
Major H. S. Haines, chief engineer of and
insures excellence that fishing to be found at my establish
numerous applications
the South Florida Railroad will be at Titusville : : meat and at reasonable rates.
a* apprentices are being made by :November 10th 1880.!
Tampa the first week in June, where 47 Also dealer In the Celebrated Lion .

persons from twelve to thirty years of i work will be commenced by a large force ONLY 820. JOB PRL'TL'G. brand of Asbestos paint in all color

I of hands.<< The engine Herald will be ready for use. The best and cheapest
age.In JOBPBINTINO. paint ever Introdaeed for House or Boat
our Sunny South, we are pleased to. shipped from this point to
Tampa to assist use. Oil stoves in great variety, soluble
,note a decided change for the better in in the work there until some of the FRINGING. for family or boat use.LINSEED .

the aspirations of our young men. Old new engines arrive. Another large force OIL WARRANTED PURE.Prat's .

, things are passing away and new ideas will be
put on at Kissimmee and work
are being rapidly developed. The day is.' will be vigorously prosecuted at both Celebrated Astral l !OIl) always ii

: not for distant when more skilled labor.ends of the line. STOCK.Triple .

i and more perfect machinery will more South Florida is most fortunate in at-
I plated "Table" ware from the
.. completely usurp the things of the past. I tracting the patronage of the Plant Investment w House of Holmes, Booth& Hay den. ;

'.., How much more contented and happywill Company, which has done more i Lanterns Razors, Combs, Nick Nackl 'l'

be our self-reliant young men com- for the State, as evidenced by their ex in endless variety. ,

manding a good living by skillfullytrained tensive -,!
improvements and outlays at Cigars,Tobaccos ,
heads and hands, than they could Jacksonville Our Job Office is well equipped for ex Pipes y;
to facilitate the shipment and all smokers' ;1'
all kinds articles.
ecuting of
_ be by.eking out a scanty subsistence depending of fruits and other products, and give

on the stupidity or caprice of more direct and speedy outlet and inlet When you cannot find
what you want In the other stores In Ti
their fellow men. for passengers and immigrants, than any tusville just give P.. c. S. a call and you ..

' All.honor to the young men of our fair other Company, and they are certainly will be sure to get suited.

land who do not think it beneath their entitled to the full confidence and en- PHILADELPHIASINGER PLAIN& FANCY WORK,

dignity to hold the plow or drive the coaragment of our people. IACHIN C. J. HECTOR,

team or use the different mechanical implements We are glad to learn, through Mr. In-

':. and thanks to the divine Rulerof graham, that our friends, Messrs. Pulsifer EQUAL The above TO ANY cut SaGER represents IN TUB the most MARKET.pop Hardware and

the Universe that days and years of & Co. are still largely interested in the nlar style for the people which we offer

experience bringeth wisdom to His rapid South Florida Railroad. They have you for the very low price of 820. Ke- COLOR &ORNAME\'TALWO .

ly being developed' children, ,."a posse ad done so much for the southern part of the yon member have we seen do the not machine.ask you to After par having until General Produce J

esie.' State, that we should be loathe to have 'examined it If It Is not all we represent i "

.. ..,. them entirely sever their interest. return it to us at our expense. Consult
your Interests and order at once,or send MERCHANT,
The .Tampa Tribune says the cattle I.." for circulars and testimonials. RULE &
trade there has all of sudden Cedar Key is Address WORK, Melbourne Florid-. '
a come to a being visited by three CHARLES Wood & CO.. -

,_ stand atiJL The Alabama has been with Chinamen, who are causing a great deal March No. 17 8. N. T 4 lntbiLtM Philadelphia, Pa. November 10th 1S80. ftLUMBER 4: ,

drawn. The reason given is that speculators of excitement among the small boys. -

have bought up large numbers of Lieutenant Welch, late commandant AGENTS. anJed. tS oklTiiibi bi I i ,. !

Catt1e,'and are holding them at such high at the Pensacola -'..-taef*-1-ctenatr; : C __ : Will be furnished to order ou short notice. l:
Navy Yard, has gone tom w- r. r .... -........z"'I... _T_ ETC.,'ETC.
figures as to leave no'margin for profit Washington, where he will be examinedfor ... t .. at 818.00 per thousand.

; their shipment. promotion as Lieutenant Commander. ; LUMBER ft SHINGLES
" Mr. Johnson, of Marion county, is experimenting DeLand is making an effort to Uau.-.. &-. .
possess .. ... Always on band.
;-i with Mella corn. itself of the county scat of Volusia
county. .. Titusville, Indian River, Florida. C. MAGRUDER & -.CO.

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.,;.dt"'"' .- ,,. .jjV3/-.itY* n... :I"::i.r;:t W..-!..'\i!,-:! ', 'tibdtibne. _--..-.. D>LTITLE. 'the-rightfof'Bbe8oAe, -. ::8 r bL'z: '. "if f The Dispensary. ,','I

[. ?'d.J.. :.j "< .fIILt. :.,, t "'U" ( t' J: 'W;; .. an-execution against ttje l ; --* w.' -
..... f "_I"" .. .;>- ; : DJsIYYECT TS.-The London Jfedi-,
..". .''' ....4 ,'!I't.. ..f'i. .:.;-, than thow'pff a purchaaer .. '
"- ., .10. ,'"..,'"'''"" 4 ti:iousMnceaixipline: : TION: \(1).1. SUf --SrrorvT of the far West, hare an cal Record concludes from Prof
r!"''-ILuJI.!' ;bamp the patentee?.flto deny.(the, .
tboLVSttcY.-.Co.'of: ; ; Newark dude is
something given
.;"',,'11 ':". "t oter' : { sorts experiments that the only certain,disinfectants
'right to use machine
iV' cTdeck
'IK J.i hid ioi$11,7S1413on of
1":6a'E': iiitfon of semalliSS pound tea. are chlorine bromine
fj and
.her'manner of ttie.Court ocSSSwdfareikpoireis :New! York, which heydepoatted in the effect, prevent'Its. jale.upon\;an houses are coming'into corrosive sublimate. Solutions of. 'one
/; Tin !
: *"'- -otter ttechanica' National Bink"a\ Newark. tion aa an operative It is said that,they part of the latter to 1000 parts of water
It: 'the practice of the bank' to credit practical from I
|2EIni'i.t t-1fe'a'nrlike: was to extend the accommoda will kill spores in 'ten'minutes; while asolution"

IJ: t-.=-r 'pea not. freq. mt.s,. e oral' the checks received on'.deposit debit,-' .and on I mischievous of the owners c consequences execution to abode of 1 in:15,000 is strong enough
the failure to!:collect to the
'!7 f "u.'en''Chbia''was so much.c'1pavng'iebellion account II, woman rolled off a lounge to.arrest the power of development into '
"...j! ".... doctrine contended for I
as.i. on the day following the deposit, Her face struck: in a micro-organisnw.
.i.BJf"; 1" 4 <.H'j'., ut'down63nsuirectibriquarterofs : : :and while this check, was still in Ucnk'8 can hardly be estimated.. The wedged so snugly that RESPECT THE Hour.-A writer in

t<. 't:. ...,1. "" ..\ ?ierdo minions;. possession it failed, and the receiver is untenable. 2. The law tIC lay there and the Dearth and Home has some sensible
i f.e vendee
llti Tania as between and
', f-.t.J n' {rln: eelf defense'tnd to sent on the'check for collection, I heir and executor debtor and death. ideas .on the subject of bodily health
3 45sittii7cDUie sla g hter-of the popuffefSSX but .found payment' stopped. ,Before creditor whether advertisement in huge lie says:, "Respect the body, give it .a
the deposit'of this check B. & Co. had ; ,
wae&ofcof .the.'Kuldja, upon the rocks of Lookout what it requires and no more. Don't
= if-province.: When'the to their credit 7090.70; but the bank loose, of a manufactory ed a spirited horse to pinch its ears or pinch its feet ; don't
stituent part thereof for the )
held of their notes which had
Zfir' ; j, \\1bdnecJ the pleglnCC.was 30,000 day last week, and horse roast it by a hot fire all day and smotherit
,,, I"idii .... been pledged for it as collateral!security.B. the business there conducted, I
O y in'; headlong over a cliff under heavy bed covering at night
: ;
tb e. !! out which the establishment
&, Co. demanded the return of the
! d eIvlDg antjtrom' l be is don't put it in a cold draught on slight
tIIf check as their and that the fully equipped, a !
: ttief injuries she. had property, occasions and don't nurse or pet it to
ofthe yacht to be propelled by 4
iId passes as a part
balance of their bank account be set-off
{;.'" 'j ii4>Tor a while everything went graining machines were used E. Waters & Sons of death; don't dose it with doctor's stuffs, a

: >.- ;.T..-u.UL n'; ':,.the_ 'J'l'6tored. territory, butt were against refuted their and notes.: These demands SUlt- works in the ordinary course have been at work for and, above all, don't turn it'into a wine

'flonng the last rear'awing tD theinsooeof ; they brought' manufacture of tubs and ?, is about ready to be cask or a chimney. Let it be*warranted i

; the local Governor and hostility Balbach vs. Frelingbuysen, Receiver, clearly they were within the builders are confident not to 'smoke' from the time your
in states' Circuit
the United Court
? t 'ih8'"nativfl population, the levy." will be success- manhood takes possession.: Respect the

\. ::1-bad bt the treaty permission to District of New, Jersey-to enforce body; don't over work, 'over'rest, or, '
them. Nixon in the -
t.. jj 'tbemselves under_ Russian protec- Judge opinion, and ale-wives over love ir, and:never debase it, but be
j ,
said "I. The Receiver insists that the
.jico'tlieiij.'is; ::; 'a .great deal of friction, : Home Economies. valley of the lower Con able to lay ;down' when you are done
Indorsement of the check to the bank
f Ud "twT eventually lead to war. with it a...well worn but not a misused
t' of but down in
and its credit on the depositor's book TUINOS KNOWN. spring,
1. 't"t"1' Meanwhile
--.1"4i thing. treat it at leastas
.f ;.B mYatioag of;China with.Japan are made, the check ,the. property, of the will curdle new milk, hence, in negroes have .a surer one. well would, ,

aoTl'jlgieeable:v Some years ago, there I bank. The reply to" this is twofold 1. I ing milk porridge, gravies, etc. the first alligator's ten or hound as,you and my'onl your ,pet for horse it ,

:... fury a depute between the two, nations Thai in all casts were credits are, thus i should not be added until the you as gently as any riot, ,
it will : China
c though jump to at abound ;
; .iDr'nC io some not very valuable made banks claim and always exercise prepared. the darkies say it is h.ho' -
you'll find .it most excellent
a ]
tfinds;Which were at last taken in an the right of charging checks returned to That kerosene will make come."
to in
thing the i
liaveespecially coun-
: arbitrary way by ,Japan. Since this them for non-payment to the account of kettle as bright as new. woman announces her '

? :4ifficultyt which was never amicably the depositor which could not be doneif woolen rag and rub with it. It set out May 1, from Paw trj-LlMK JIJC..x ]
UIPuTn ..\.-M.Czartoryski .
I jdjosted/Japan has'made a. lodgment the check had become the property remove stains from the cleaned tramp across the conti : I
a in Coma and though the Utter is nominal of the bank and did not remain the ed furniture. lectures on the way. M. I)., of Stockton, Cali- .. .

'F China, has acquired at property of the depositor until collected. That beeswax and suit will to reach San Francisco by fornia Ismcd, writes ugfollows:: .. to the London
i : "During prolonged residencein
.. '.tbeCorean Court a far greater amount 2. That the practice which has grownup rusty Hat-irous as clean and The people on the line of
the interior;of China I became acquainted -
,.10 :of influence than her rival. War between amoug banks to credit such depositsat I as glass. Tie a lump of wax complain that they have k ,
with the fact that the Chinese
them is and though I j
I possible, once to t'.e account of the depositor, and keep it for that purpose. warning.

{ China:has,a ,larger army and a more and to allow him to'draw against them irons are hot,rub them first of thanks: was proposed of placed great reliance during epidemics ;
isolated diphtheria the internal use of the
:; efficient_ navy, Japan is more before the collection is made is reckonedby
then them
wax rag, scour a temperance evangelist in fresh I
cf lime
ihe would doubtful. The juice and ot the fruit
jud result be the ablest text writers as a mere cloth with
,or sprinkled Conference of Australia, !
itself which theconsume in
China isflojfcordial.
England and
i .fnting between gratuitous privilege, which does not Jor'rnal'j JlealtK. vote was taken he was !
quantities conceivable form
In pursuance of her policy every ;
; ; grow into a binding legal usage. II. If Spirits of ammonia \'e an account of his work
lemonade native spirits lime cut in
China wishes to .
,exclusiveness pre'tent"'th the bank had held these notes at the 1
water if with lIe responded by tel
'of cable at applied a sponge year. slices, etc.-during attacks of this ;
landing. an oceau time of its failure, and was entitled to nel to discolored spots of had made great numbers
dreadful disease with most
Shanghai 1,and England threatens to use apparently g I
receive the amounts due thereon when will often restore and closed saloons but
or garments up '
successful results it failing
effect her hardly ever 1 1I
to ose.
tanxjt necessary
matured such an offset might be '
so astounding that
GRAFTING WAX. A to effect The Chinese considerit
Idcaseof a'war with Japan it is not a cure. .1
niobahte thai1 Russia would look on as made. But they kLecn indorsed to us for a recipe for making didn't believe it, and the I a specific, 'and will, in case of need, t
for value. The bank holding
;:silent spectator. She is not yet satisfied away- I wax that will not melt in was tabled. anything (to obtain a supply. Since "'
had the
them collateral security rightto
with the situation on the Amoor, as I crack in winter. Replying, Arithmetic : A woman I ..have come back to California, as also j
collect them and credit them on the
thrash she has all of the north bank to say that three parts resin, pounds of cold meat and in Louisiana, I have used limes and
loan as it did with the first note. It is 4
the ocean and a strip of the territory claimed that the balance to the creditof beeswax and two parts of bread before a tramp. At their juices in,my,practice as a physi- j

.on the south bank; extending from the make an excellent grafting twenty minutes how much cian with most successful results' in' ,
the Newark Bank on the proceeds of
month of the river to Corea .and some these collaterals after the payment of cheaper wax that has given us hisyray.'f A young man by swearing: cases of diphtheria, even in the most ]

hundreds of miles to the westward. the the isfaction is made by melting tobacco, and beer, saved desperate cases. As soon as I take 1
loan should to
belong com-
She Win never be content until she posies four parts good, clean resin, day for six months. How charge of'a case of diphtheria, I order
and be set off the
plainants against un-
toe entire basin of that greatzfincluding' Receiver beeswax, and one part I would this give him limes to be admitted as freely as possible j
but the
a good'part of Corea paid note $15,000; the ingredients are all melted ? If it cost; $.'00 for a iu any manner the patient can be'prevailed ,

sod most of'\Mantchoovia, a, fertile re- cannot give a preference to them. I ed, pour into a pail of cold \\ to learn painting and she upon to take them,'especially j

lion,which borders on the Ame>? rfor PATENTS-LICENSE- n E Eat E N T the wax will harden landscapes worth 40 cents in the form of hot lemonade,'sweetened 1

)more than a thousand miles. Its cli- Nor TO CoSTE.TV.UDITy.Wegaea worked and pulled, as in is the net profit ? with white sugar or honey, or cut in :1

*'I Iate'is much milder. than, that part ofStcrialying manufacturing company a license to lasses candy: If used in cool of Bethnal-grecu were lime juice, I prescribe. whatever drug .'

on the opposite side of the make and sell his invention, and agreednot it will bo necessary to keep a recent meeting by the an- may be indicated to relieve symptomsas i

river,and in case Russia shall build a to contest the validity of the patent. water; and in hot weather of the Chairman of the they develop, and Impart-strength by .]

liilroad from the Ural to the Pacific it The license was revoked because the will be needed. For nursery that horseflesh was appropriate stimulants aad nourish j

would>e absolutely needed to prevent company violated the conditions of the this wax is sometimes melted the parish for beef, and ment." J JThuni

agreement, and it continued to sell the on narrow btrips of cloth its S- U
detours of nanp. hundred miles to the appearance was so !
.J tJnrard., Russia bas, as yet, no partontheaci8c invention. In a suit upon the infringement wound around the graft. desirable that cus- J

not closed by ice for several Wooster vs. the Singer Manufacturing : How TO MAKE A GOOD krow the difference. The If the "ball" or cushioned-like surface J

:months for the year and it will Company! -brought in the WASH.-The following is the could not swear of the top joint of the, thumb be 'j;

.hardly'be possible to acquire one with- United Slates Circuit Court, Southern out by the Lighthouse was "unlit for the examined it can be seen that 'in the "

xrafiwming into hostile contact with the District of New York, the company Treasury Department,, and : ," and, therefore, could not centre-a. indeed, in the'fingers"alsois .
Clime contested the validity of the patent,and found, by experience, to coutdhowever would
Empire; The latter would dorelTto a kind of spiral formed fine grooves ,,1
; maintain amicable relations on the question of the right of the defendant wood, brick and stone nearly and exercise the utmost in the skin. The spiral is, however, 1

.with.Western Powers", for she is sure tolave to set up in Its answer the in- oil paint, and is much cheai> rarely if ever quite perfect. There are
1 validity the patent after its agree- one-half bushel unslacked
the''forst of it hi any foreign encoanter ... irregularities or places where lines run ti
; "She has an army without effiifent ment not to do so, Judjre Shipman, in boiling water, keeping it into each other here and there. Examining
: the opinion, said : "That more com- the Strain it and
soldiers and a navy which she does process Manage a Biting Dog. both thumbs, it will be seen .'
not know how to manipulate to ad\'an- monly expressed and presumably, there- of salt, dissolved in warm that they do not exactly match, but

tage,'besides which there are signs of fore, better judicial opinion is to the pounds of ground rice, put the figure on each thumb Li thesame J

subordination that may lead to other effect that when the license has been water,Cud boiled to a thin : who has given the sub through life. If the.thumbs of any two t
revoked by the plaintiff and tie bill half attention furnishes the
.telillionsasdisasterous as that of the pound powdered I persons are compared it will further I
'T aeping:. treats the defendant as a naked infringerhe and a pound of clear glue, campaign plan to avoid be found that no two are alike. There .

'_ is at liberty to avail himself of any warm water. Mix them well ba vicious dog, which may be, and generally fa; ,a "family, 1

defense ordinarily open to any defendant and let the mixture stand seriousness publish for resemblance" between members of the

'A,. Good Recommendation. who is charged with infringement." days. Keep the wash thus of those of our readers who same family, as in other features ; there, '1 j

((1)) SHERIFF'S 8.\LE-OI' PATENTED a kettle or portable furnace, by a biting dog are also national characteristics,but the I

sir. : said a lA-:, coming down to MACHINE (2)) AMI: FIXTURESMACHINERY. : used, put it on as hot a* l> are stealing firewood, or are individuals 11ft!.'r. All .this is better ,
'.one o: tlc v aiJVsUm, and .-K bought at a 8h(>riff's painters or whitewash I yard for any other
seen by Uaiii; "proof impressions' .1
:9ddrs" iiJT a \. ;il-knov.i! '.:er' nut. sale of a wooden-ware factory, at which : is anotherreceipefor I : the thuuu This iwIK done, by J

'Siff.l.are- you ai:" wr .a i"i iu- onyouship : there were.sold the land and building, I, door use : Take a clean enter a lot where there is a pressing it ou ;: sctb cutereti: with'a film j

? .Ia:., t to earu some- t *with machinery for manufacturing barrel, and put into it be careful to remove your of printers ink, and then pressing it on :1

.thing's'What tubs, pails, etc. ; large boilers, etc." In lime. Slack it by pouring I as the animal approaches a piec of white itti-er, or a little aniline :1 i

eau you do?" ask d the I this factory were two graining machines over it, and in sufficient the same down by your side, die, Indian ink-uhuust( anything. \t

trentlewen.I." which were made under a lutent, and cover five inches deep, yourself and the dog. When may be uj
can try my best to do whatever Iat j: the patentee sued K as an infringer, till thoroughly slacked. done this you have secured The Chine take advantage of this :j

put to," answered the boy. claiming that the Sheriff could sill the I I has been effected, dissolve in from an attack. The toj: identify their, important criminals 11

"What have you done?" right to use the machines. Iu this case add two pounds sulphate of attack you if this advice is at least in some i arts of the .

"I five sawed and split all mother's -Wilderso Kent-in the United 1 I one of common salt., A Such is my faith hi this empire. We photograph their" faces;

*'ood'> for nigh two years." ]I States Circuit Court, Western District color may be communicated I will pay all doctor bills they take impressions from their ,,1

'What have you not done?"asked the 1 1 of Pennsylvania, Judge Acheson, in three pounds yellow ochre. bites, and, funeral expenses thumbs. These are stored away, and 1

ml1ilt"Who was a queer sort of a dismissing the bill, said : "1. The purchaser much superior, both in from hydrophobia. It is the if the delinquent !should ever again fall '
4LeL" I I of a machine from the patentee durability), to common danger the dog does not like to into the hands of the police,another impression :'.

'Y:'liSIr," answered the boy, acquired no right to the patent itself, at once affords the means of

.' : lD IneI t'8luse, M have not and needs none to enable him to enjoy dog ref uses to bite the man comparison. The Chinese say that, .

:: wtu5pered rear.n' once in school for a whole acquisition.. By implication he is A stranger of respectable the hat In his hand we are considering the alteration made F in the j

Th i'i j in'esteddth a license to use that par and somewhat solemn say, but such is the fact, countenance by hair and beard, and the

r enough:" said the gentleyb'u -, ticular machine, and, in the absence of tered a flower dealer's store I I'erhaps..tbe intelligent power many men have of distorting and .

t, t'': "? may. 'ship aboard this I i an'express provision to the contrary, a day or two ago and animal is disarmed altering the actual features, etc., their' ''ij I

..,. eBdt '*?*,? hope to see you th!i such license passes with the machine to wished to pay for a barrel of of the intruder in method affords even more certain-'and r' ::;;:|,:

of her some day. A boj r successive owners' ,_as an incident of ulently obtained thirty years his hat or, may be, the easy means' of identification 'than! bur 'T..,; ;'!

r master wood-pile ancas l 1 .proprietorship. That such is the law "calculated"flour was paralyzed at the intru plan of taking the criminal's .portrait. j 1

:, !1.. #ongue.must be made of good L in the case of a voluntary sale is in {4 a barrel, and without ; up a collection for some I Perhaps.we might with advantage take '.l
.. #rf'<."" .'oo controvertible. But wherefore should he handed.out.$16_and went I purpose.-Texas .Siftings a leaf out of their book. t

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.f Whitltii, ......) become. of arOjlLa GiiogeliJ.rC. The wind is'from the;:'. -, -<;,- <. ,W. ,..... nO. J. C. NORWOOD & CO.DKAI.EBS ., u.\RD & SLIP;'wni 'r Ji1'
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;-1 :Wh;; ;-. J. t 1I'f The thermometer stands at 76 at.9,a.,m. PRCTCHARD&KAYOFFER .
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Barometer indicatesfair: IX
'. :-: .,Noawoodxitarted" down theMier Ban rise at 6:00 and seta at&56. FOR SALE :" ,PEAL ESTATE AGESfTS.. J

Monday., Moon rises at ,1:18 a. mNew : STAPLE.AND FAHCT{ GROCERIES
!' ...r'W" moon June5th at 0:45 a.m. I Ia _Business,,Residence Lots, and'Dwel- TitusTilIe, r,
;4t r "Jfelh'rrU1ls, another; large i" lings in Titusville.l&Also Confectioneries,

;' ;";maeeySak of jpiod*bi adsj or ID.. :TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE. DGRAY.LaGrange .

i .4/CLSerwoM ACahaye 75 equanTooutta'crstei :I'will be'at the Precincts at the following -o-- Fine Tobaccos and It'i<-y:,:,
times for receiving the Tax Returns. '"
4:, : '(bushel)at'only,. 12 J'cent LAST ROaD. Indian CIG A.BS. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. iir l.
Unimproved Lots in ):
i:; :}", biigdn : St. Lnde' June 6th River City. .-ism. .", '

'; "- -=Dick"Wright:; ha. had the"Zelia".Misled Eau Gallic, 9th CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, 'r'-
HIf City Point, U 12th Scott.gCOTT A."'"'--o.... .
Quit and painted and she is non BurnhamX 15th -o- LAMPS FIXTURES, TltuniUe Fla. Ste,"?

ready for Bunching Haulover 19th : k TIIR.\sUER- fa-
,. ,;; & TINWARE ,
large list of Orange Groves,
-11ie LaGrange, 22nd Je.Haye a
= "Athlete will loon haTe their .
Titusville, 23rd on High Hammock and First-class ATTOKNEYS-AT-LAW4

r Xinifonns' for base ,ball playing. Jusl W. B. SASDEBS, Assessor. Pine lands,which we are oft ring Meal Corn I Sanford : ,f,, : Flcr ;

: wait' and aee them come out. Titusville, Florida, 3Iay 24, 1883. at Bottom Prices.o I Mr.Scott is now loMted atTitufttni
# 'Real' Estate LaVfa
E -A fiah fry and pic-nic, will be givencif A CARD.Ihavesoldmyinter '- ;' spetI&l1t'-i 11C

;a' by the pupil of the City Point school at in the LaGrange ---- Hay, B. JIAGRUDER,- ;: #.'

their school to-morrow. Store to E. L. I thank friends t
grounds: Brady. my low '
IgTPine-apple land, First Quality at
The turtle egg .Mason is just now and the public generally for their patronage figures. Several large tracts of Heavy Oats Etc.also COUNTY SURVEYOR, .-:=:f
t; during past years. I respectfully solicit Hammock Lands, well adapted to AND: :X 6 :Y'P U :
commencing and.excursion parties to the the same support for)Ir. E.L.Brady TAR BLI'< ;,

.{ beach for turtle egg are in'order.. who will continue the business with increased sugar cane, bananas and early vegetablesnimproved agents for .
facilities for supplying his cus- Rockledge, Florida;;'
r.; :w&: Moore has received a boat-loac
tomers with a full stock of merchandise. -o- Jacob Reeds' Sons, '
s. .rO ES.
oi'iM ?
from the river.
pineapples down Very Respectfully, A.Bw r. MINOR ,
i He expect*_to anip;: a large, portion of LaGrange, April 28th 1883. J6rAlso Lands, in all sections CLOTHIERS, :-

of the county.o ;
t4 them.) ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. : '
; Samples to be seen at store.ISTOTIOIS'S

;< The showers on- Tuesday afternoon, will be at Titusville 30 days, com- ---o-- Titusvllle 'Florida. :'

ware very much eded, and the ground mencing the 1st day of June, for the pur- -

is dry,enough to receive a number more pose which of time collecting my boob taxes will for be closed.1882, after few very desirable. Homeateadslefi. DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS, :ME.: ENGLISH ":\: :.(.

of them.
FL'KTHEK NOTICE. Notary Public Staie at Large

's .-:The colored people had another festival All persona transacting any businessfor Gent ClotMiii} & FMisMm Goods. Affidavits drawn and all business.entnutad.

and dance'at the Lund. Packing House which a State and County License is -O- March bt 44 U. to me promptly attended to. t _
JVrrf due and unpaid will please come forward
Office at bin
last evening under the management of and obtain such license, said licenses >BS.Parties having money to purc1uCmortgages J. M. Dixon ..residence; .

Alice_ Speed.' may be obtained from J. A.McCrory at will find wife investmentson Titusville. .- Florida.___, :

"'' We hear that the Cinderella started Titusville, who is my lawful deputy, for undoubted curity.I6rReal rrrcsviLLE, : : FLORIDA. D. COWIE. *>*
that D. W. )1 QUAIG.Tax .
purpose. Dealer In .
;, down the river from Bockledge on Sun- Collector for Brevard Co. -o-- ,

day last. We expect to see her here today Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, ""
5 or to-moriow: NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Estate placed in our hands for Fancy and Toilet Articles. Physician Surgeon. .

Remember that Norwood's Hack sale, exchange, or to let, will receive Perfumery Dye-Ms Paints Oils Titusville. Florida'
FOR INDIAN RIVER. prompt attention. '
line will carry you; tri-weekly to Enter- Titosville,May 24,le&l 4 tf Tarnishes&;brushes.almost everythingkept S F. GRAY. -""

,: prise, connecting; with the St.'Johns River HART & SMITH'SRockledge by a first-class Drug House. -iv-

steamers for.Jacksonville., Fare toWe Line. ANTED. Any drug, medicine or In- Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL .-'
A position as Superintendent or Manager strument needed by customers .
learn that the enterprising firm Hotel would rent md not on hand, will be ordered. WORK WARRANTED.
of Southern
I The Steamer, "ASTATULA, or a '
of C. Magruder&; Co.of Georgian, have 1 Prescriptions carefully compounded Work or orders left with P. E.Wager Or it
Will leave Sanford and furnished Hotel;References. Post Office Titus vtUe or with A..Brady at La: '
Enterprise, with and
just added. new planer to their saw mill. office. night or day accuracy Grange will receive prompt attention.WlRbtn .
MANAGER of this
every Tuesday and Friday for Lake Poin- Address, care by competent persons. Iy36NEWSPAPER Titusville every Monday. .:/
They can now furnish dressed lumber at
; short notice, sett Landing, connecting at Rockledge Titusville & Lake "Worth.OSTEANDEE'S DR. B. R. WILSOX. """

with steamers for Titusville and all pointson 4 :
We learn that there will be
a race on Indian River and Lake Worth. The Subscription Agency.The .
Will continue the practice of Medicine ta.'":
the 18th of July between the
yachts "
? Astatula will call at Salt Lake for Titus- .i'
opened :
undersigned having a
"Bessie"owned by Mr. La: Roche and Titusville and vicinity
ville on Tuesday's trip.RETIJRXIXG. INDIAN RIVER STEAlEr! ..
the "Nonsense" owned Mr. W. B.
U. S. MAIL LINE, Office at J. M. Dixon's Drug Store.:
Moore of this
place. Will leave Lake Poinsett every Wednesday Will be pleased to receive subscriptions '
f -.p1enew-safe for the county arrived and Saturday at 4 p. m. Prompt I.The Fast, Light-Draft, Steel Hull to A.U.. 1I.\WLEYD.D.8.. -'. .

last_leek, and is dow lithe Court House. close connections made with daily line Steamer, any Visiting Dentist. :
Periodical or Newspaper published
It is and commodious Our
a large one. steamers for Jacksonville and all points
-o- Makes frequent trips to Indian. .Biter.
County Clerk can now keep the records North. Capt. Joe Smith "CINDERELLA!
Lake Worth, &c.
II Save I ICArT. time, trouble and .by applying -
and other papers in a safe place.Mr.T.B.Sackettofthis 3 tf expense
Manager. .WILL H. MOORE, P. O. Address, Ne.w Smyrna, Florida., .
place has i to CHAS. H. NAU3IAX,

taken,this year, nearly 900 pounds ofhoney' A.. L. HATCH, I'' Having for ample Passengers and splendid and Freight accommodations and- Subscription Agent, C. II. ff A17MAX.' .. .

from, only six hives of 'bees. Bee DEALER INGROCERIES arranged expressly for the Mail Ser- Haulover P. 0., Brevard county, Fla.

raising is soon'destined to become a prom- rice and X avi?atlon of this beautiful Justice of the Peace and

; inent industry, it seems.on the river here. River, will make regular trip, until The Lund House, Votary Public StateatLarfefOffice
further notice, between 3 .
---We learn that leTeral.sailors. were PROVISIONS 6
quite: seriously injured by a boat capsizing DRY GOODS ,fitnsyille Late Worth via the RapHs. I Cornerain Street & ''Washington Ave. at the Haul-Over..,. r i.:

;. upon them in the surf on the ocean Touching at all intermediate landing rifusvllle, : Florida. p JOHNSON COCKSIIITT. '

"beach at Cape Canaveral the other day Hardware and General MercMise follows: -'C- .

while: they were, endeavoring to unload a Notary Public State-at-Large t
CITY POINT FLORIDA. Leaves Titusville, Tuesdays and Fridays I Pleasant Location, Good Table.A ,
boat on the be cli.p' March 4w 45"THE and
at 6 o'clock, a. m. home for the _
Mr. Sherman Adams, during his stay cosy Justice of the Peace.

on Indian River mistake Leaves Lake Worth, Wednesdays and I SPORTSMAN 'INVALID AND TOURIST. *
through changed FAIR"Appropriately I Court day first Saturday each month.

:. hats with a certain person,and that person Sundays, at 10 a m; the Rapidsat -FSailboats -- *i GRANGE Florida..
is now anxious to get his own new 2p.m.cPassage
in attentlance, ST. CLJURABRAMS R.L. ScnmoA,'
.hat in place of Mr. Adams' rusty one. named. -:0- State Attorney CountyJldpO

adv.Mrs. Because the extensive and varied or freight apply on board. A. Deisner, Proprietor.THE Seventh Judicial Circuit. Orange coanty.

G.W.Mackenzie returned home assortment of FIRST CLASS GOODS offered.:Staterooms, two berths,$1.-Single berths 1 SLOOP "AGNES St Clair Abrams & Ste.ATTOREYs ,

at PRICES which will tempt buyers. i .50 cents, Meals 60 cents each. .
) 'last Saturday evening, via Rockledge, commanded &; COUNSELLORS'L? LAW.ORLANDOFLA.3"

from New York. Owing to ill health occasioned Always new Attractions, hence, visit to Opened for the Season. byCAPTAIN ,
"THE FAIR" at Titusville, is really en- JOllY MCLEAN,
by visiting the north too earlyin Will give careful attention to collecttoM.
gTA who is interested in his lakes regular trips on Indian River.
joyable.A man own and will practice in the several courts of this:
the springtime necessitated her return SUE CARRIES FULL SUPPLY OFGroceriesDryGoods >ltrictaml in the Supreme Court at 1ti11y II
to the Land of Flowers earlier than she complete line of DRY GOODS of welfare will be pleased to know that lasseo and U. S- court at Jacbaonyille. '

S,: Best Quality at Popular Prices. ,
: Just received, a line of Gent's Linen, Canned: Goods,
have been requested by the dif-
.Alpaca and :Mohair Sack Coats, 75 cts. Keeps the finest oysters to be found in Always on hand a general assortment.of
ferent members of the Athletes to return Hats, Boots and Shoes,
and upwards: also White Vests @ $1.50, GOODS.
t their thanks to the young ladies of this TitUMYllIC, Ladies'Shoes in great variety; Prints all
a good assortment of Neglige Shirts in
: place, who have so kindly offered their AND SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT PATEOX3. new patterns at low,prices. -STRICTLY CASH.-
Cotton, Linen, and Flannel made full
c services to make up their uniforms. The E. L. Brady. ,
Met Articles
and substantial expressly for our trade -0- Ready-made ClotMnE '
At1ilet s.will endeavor to show their ,
appreciation January 1st 1883 1 yr38
2)75 cts.and up. Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. NOTIONS. -
t of the favor by becoming more

?f. proficient in Base Ball playing.The We are still offering o ; inducements in Balxi Enail altcays hand. March Kjp-For 15,*. 6m.the cash only. Florida Manufacture.

Ladies' Misses' and Children's trimmed Also a first-class Barber shop attached.
presence of several of the young ,
;; ladies of Titusville at the base ball match and untrimmed Straw Hats, Ribbons, NORWOOD'SFast AMAZON PAINT WORKS.

last the Laces i Flowers, &c. ROCK LEDGE,
4 Saturday inspired "Athletes" to
.such an extent that they made an excellent l6r Bargains in Fancy Good,, Notions, Hack Line las just received and continues to keepin ,
stock a full and complete stock of Groceries manufacturers of the
t start, and no doubt could have kept and Novelties.
Boots & Shoes Bats & Ingreat
t.- it, but for 'a little reckless playing or Elegant Glass Sets 4 pieces, 55c
and General :Merchandise PAHB
I 3; flushed success., We hope to see more of Stand Fruit Dishes with cover, The Cheapest and Most Direct oC every variety for whateveryou AMAZON READY-MIED

{> our lady friends next Saturday, and wet 60 cents. ROUTE may want. One price to all. Canned in all shades and ready forImmediate

are also pleased to witness the presence Goblets, Tumblers, and Wine Glasses, I-
; 1 Goods of every description a specialty.LUMBER Use.
of the young ladies of LaGrange. cheap Yellow and White Bowls 5 cts. roTItUHVllIcand Indian River.

,., _ _
..... and and
upwards.Pitchers grinders ofPure
Hotel Arrivals. CARRYING THE U. S.)IAIL. .

e 13 c and upwards .
'!' For the week ending May 16, 1883. Vegetable Dishes, 10 c" -F- Vlll be furnished to order on short noticeat White Lead,

.,. LU5D HOUSE, THREE trips weekly between the ST. 813.00 per thosand. Dressed lumber '
Old fashioned "Rockingham"Tea Pots
& In Oil.
.a. D Cowie, E H Rice, M S Jones, Jas Plain and decorated China Tea Sets, JOHNS and INDIAN RIVERS.Leaves from 820.00 to 824.00 per thousand.

:t : Pritchard,J Sandiford, 0 F Laney, City Bracket Lamps, Reflector, &c., all com- Enterprise EVERY Monday, Wednesday LUMBER & SHINGLES Office and. Factory, .

t, 7 _Snmmerlin, Haulover; B B Wilson, and Friday Morning, arriving at No. 26 Ocean Jtree,
plete, at$1.40. Tin pans holding from } always on hand.
f" A W Hardee Titusville the SAME
LaGrange; ,C B Magruder day.
pint to 17 quarts. Three of the "Biggest"and JACKSONVILLE FLOBID
'r and ion, Thomas DeStenben, D Chalmers P.: M. FISHER.PINEAPPLES. ,
"Best" cakes Toilet Soap for 25 cents. Returning
p Ervin, Bockledge; B A Ward, Sun City, New Information of Florida.
Red, White and Blue Fancy Shelf Paper, Leaves Titusville EVERY Tuesday Thursday '

f Kansas;.L G Stringfellow, Florida; F 10 cents per dozen sheets, &c.e..,&c. and Saturday morning, arriving at 192 pages new matter unto map for 1SSJ-

Y i.; Forster, Indian River Narrows; Peter We alwaya.keep a lot of uGood Things" Enterprise In the evening.-Address Parties desiring to purchaae pine-apple Send six cents to RC.LongTallalia3S

: Fisher,'Aurantia, Fla; Henry Wilson, plants will please send their orders
to please the palate viz W. S. Norwood
: Confectionery, or C. Drew,Jacksonville,Fla. _
It : Banana River. FIa; U Smith, Florida; Nuts Currants Dried promptly to E. J. RAWSON, '
. H H De Yarman, Orange City,Fla;John Crackers,Spices, Raisins, Flavoring extracts 52 3m Waveland P. O. Fla. FOR SALE! .

f'''' ).ItfcLean Sloop Agnes, Indian River, Fla; ,eta = fr&CNAI Owuo Usti, "" Pine-apple plants cheap for cash.-a A desirable cottage, house and lot *. ,

y. James Williamson, New York; Geo. 0 Orders FIE e aa,....-...u............ Titusville also Blacksmith wheel *rigM.
( mail .k. I. W ,
by t.
t. Hen e}, Lancaster Citv, Pa; P Gibson, promptly to.) ...... ... ....... ... AGENTS Wanted Si; 1 1wr ; It.
John Baird 8t Sebastian Fla. G. W. MACKENZIE. r:ilti .... c:.=e..Teikarsiis1 and general repairing shop'at TrtUs ?
1" : tao :tJa.f. 4-JIricet"...M148W..._Ao c. .."......... HnY+\11s.Ie.e.-. Enquire PErrciUED &:May. 24&

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