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:
June 7, 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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Jiurt OK,Cincinnati Times-Star. NEW YORK, :May 30.-Brooklyn Bridge Mr. W. IL Hauman promises to erectan The Whisperer again whispers.That I (From unr xegnlur" rorrrsp1mdent., )

' .The number of inventions that have received a dreadful baptism to-day in the Opera House at Madison 3xi. feet in by the appearance of the vegeta-f WASHINGTON-, I). C. May 21;, 1S8S.:

,ken made daring the past fifty years is I rush that occurred, apparently by an dimensions.St. tion, La Grange sadly in need of tome One of the prettiest views in Washington -

' perhaps precedented in the history of i accident on the New York anchorage. I Augustine iH'njoyingperfl'Ct health Calling weather. now i is half way down PennsylvaniaAvenue.

" the world.. Of course inventions of bene- .V number of persons, mostly women and l but i is considerably agitated over the That the contemplated avenue from I i Looking toward one end, there

:# fit to the human race have been made in children, were crushed, some to death, small-pox' question. Dr. Wilson's residence to the river, which:' juts out the Grecian portico of the Treasury -

created: but look- some fatally and still others I like gigantic theatre. scene, half
,fl ages since man was severely.A Several of the East Florida Seminary will be one anl\ quarter miles long will
half hundred how scene of terror reigned for fifteenor I I :urothe line of vision, and closing in
fully ttlC:1l1cnt.1
ing bmkfor a years I I pupils have been suspended for the remaindcr cover a long felt want in the |
into the minutes the pr Jo'll'ct. At the other end i is the
crowded past twenty that baffles all descrip- '
more, are for niL-conduct. That lias far recovered\
many of the term, .I Judge Gray so
than into any other fifty since recorded tion. When it was over cart loads of ,; Capitol. The trees in the park ri ill,
fifty ffainll1e. from his recent illness to be cuiivales-!
The first number of the
history I The perfection of the locomotive wounded and crushed human beings were from the foot of the hills to the base of

and the now world traversing taken out of the New York entrance of :I D I four column folio. We with it success. little Tom Johnson hale mght- by the distance into solid bank
steamship, the telegraph, the telephone, the bridge, and a small mountain of torn : a
theiudiphone, the sewing machine, the and abandoned clothing was gathered by Jacksonville Herald, 29th ultimo : Mr. er started his filly off so suddenly as to of green, from which springs the Capitol,

photograph,chromo lithographic printing, the police.It W. T. Herring, a popular young gentleman upset ten gallons of honey for Mr. Fros- Large and white in the sunshine. The

the cylinder printing press, the elevatorfor was shortly after 4 o'clock. The of LaGrange, Florida, is in the city, cher on Friday last. Whoap sir! brides and bridegrooms whom the Capi-

hotels, and many storied buildings,the bridge was crowded from one end to the on his way to LaGrange, Georgia.The That Lewis Coleman furnishes fresh tol guides usher softly through the Congressional -

'cotton gin and the spinning jenny, the other, so that there was hardly elbow steamer City Point which formerly beef for La Grange every Monday morn- Library out on the balcony,

reaper and mower, the steam thrasher, room on the footway. A woman who ran between Palatka, on the St. Johns ing as well as Titusville. He says everybody would see a beautiful view these days if

the steam fire engine, the improved process was ascending the lower flight of steps river, and Charleston, was last on the wants beef without bone in it. they would only look at it and not at

for making steel, the application of stumbled and fell on the lauding.; The bar of Ipswich, Mass., on the 21st ult. That an enjoyable g'Wof bull was participated each other. Down below them, running

chloroform. and ether to destroy sensibili- crowd pressed upon her and she shrieked. The St. Augustine 7'rawsays the dredge in between 1st and 2nd nines of out from the Capitol grounds, are the

tr ia painful surgery cases, and so on Bridge Officer Frederick Richards,, who is cutting at the rate of from 150 to 200 the La Grange club on Saturday after- Botanical Garden, and beyond these

through a long catalogue.Nor was on the plank above, seeing her dan- feet per iay. At this rate it will take noon. stretches a continuous park, crossed with
yet done in the field of inrention elbowed his to the and lift- rives[ in all directions, and extending in
are we ger, way spot about 100 days to reach Smith Creek. That Mich. Jones and party killed
and discovery. The applicationof ed her The crowd closed them all directions, and extending for more
up. upon within the last ten days, six deer, and a
The Florida Coast Line Canal and
coal gas and petroleum to heating and both and they went down. '\"ithJ. desperate 3SO pound bruin. The latter weighing than a mile, up beyond Washington
Transportation Company will hold their Monument. It i is well wooded and
is only trembling effort Officer Richards very
cooking purposes got upon the above figures after being dned.That .
annual stockholders at their
successful the his feet the meeting pleasant to the eye. Some distance up,
the verge of experiment, once more, dragging woman
office in St. Augustine on the 12th inst.The Mr. A. Brady is now revelling inSuropeun
; the dark sandstone towers of the Smithsonian
introduction of the steam from a great after him. She screamed again in despair ice-cream. -
central reservoir to general use for heat- and fright, and the crowd above and Alabama Press Excursion did not rise ont of the trees. Beyond is

ing and cooking is foreshadowed as amongthe below pressed toward the spot to discover visit Jacksonville: as they anticipated That La Grange must be a gold-mine Agricultural Department, with its
owing to the small-pox scare. They visited for merchandising. Two stores in. one great flower beds soon to be
coming events, the artificial production the cause of the commotion. The crush l glowing
of butter has already created consternation immediately became fearfuL Those on Pensacola, however and had a good w(>ek. That of L. G. Stringfellow, general with every color that grows. Then comes

among the dairymen, too navigation the approach below the steps were carried tim: <.'. merchandise, and W. C. Laudenburg, the tall shaft of the monument, the face

of the air by some device akin to forward in a solid mass. Many stumbled Sir Phillip IL Clark,of London, who notions. Room for one more. toward you shining white, the other visible -

;our present balloon would also seem to and unable to resist: the pressure from has recently purchased a large tract of That Master Lewis Brady shot his first in deep shadow. Off to the right lies

be prefigured, and the propulsion of machinery behind, the crowd passed over them from land in the southern part of St. JulIUs deer through the heart Saturday, and he the city. The eye can trace long lines of

by electricity is even now clearly above. The crowd coming from Brooklyn County will embark extensively in the says in al*>ut five years he expects: to trees marking the streets and see the Government -

indicated by the march of experimentThere was carried to the edge of the steps business of cattle raising. shoot another t/mr in about the same buildings looming up here and

tiresome problems we have hitherto and then fell over and down on the struggling A tramp is travelling through Alachua :>lace. there. o the left is the Potomac, and
deemed impossible, but are the mysteries mass below. A terrible struggle for county, who claims to have been in Anibi That "Old Coon" had better whisper to on the Other side of it the Virginian hills,

of even the most: improbable of life began. Men and women fought each I'aaha's army. The "Bee" denounces I "Coouie" to whisper to "Dame number 2" with the weather vane of Fairfax CourtHouse

them more subtle to grasp than that of other with the strength of despair. Escape him[ as a "first-class fraud, a deadbeatand that not havingeuntrol of the "LaG range looking over one of them, and far-

the photograph or the telephone'e was impossible, with the pressure a sucker, that should be made to nine," he could not conveniently make ther to the left the point where, in the

talk by cable with an ocean rolling be- from both sides growing from every shout go to work." the needed change. days when the Confederate armies were

tween; we speak in our own voices to of anguish that went up from the dying The citizens and officials of Jacksonville That La Grange was cleverly represented nearest Washington, men standing on the

friends 100 miles or more from where we and those who saw death before their are wide awake on the 8w: l-pox at the fish fry at City Point on Sat foot of the capitol on a clear day could

articulate before the microphone.Under eyes. Fear and despair ou the one side question. Among other steps that have urday hist see the glint of their bayonets.
the of the other Now and then there is a little ripple ofPresidential
and for
blazing sun July we pro- curiosity on fought
been adopted, is compulsory vaccinationby That the dilapidated condition of some
dace ice chemical the gossip, but there seems to be
by means, rivaling master
a certain time under severe penaltiesand of the orange groves along the public
most solid and crystalline production of At the foot of the steps the wall of human if with. no subject which excites less interest,
fines not complied road does not add to any country's wealth.
nature. Our surgeons graft the skin fromone'pemn's bodies was piled high. The dense though the National Conventions are
The Times-Union that CaptainJoe. That it is feature of the
arm to the face of another, mass surged about it, and in it the soldiers says a pleasant only a year distant. A prominent Dem-
Smith will take command of the Sunday school to have singing after dismissal. ocratic Senator said the other day thatYcDonald'zs
and it adheres and becomes an integral saw two policeman vainly struggling
Waycross Line's new steamer Chattahoo- .
portion of his body. We make a mile of: against it. Sergeant Couldlock took in : friends had an alliance with

white printing paper, and send: it on a the situation at a glance. At his: word of ehee on her arrival here. Under his That a handsome young La Grangitehas Attorney General Jno. B. Stockton, of

gpool that a perfecting printing press unwinds command his men scaled the fence and popular management she will have a some idea of choosing one of Titus- New Jersey, the idea being to get the i
kl l profitable, prosperous career while on the ville's belles. vote of New Jersey in return for the
and prints, and cuts, and delivers railroad track separating them from the nom-

to you folded and counted, many thousands foot walk, and wedging into the mass of river. That a young bachelor friend of ours ination of Stockton for Vice-President,

an hour. Of a verity this is the age people near the scene: of disaster, drove The Printers Union ha been reorganized means business when he lays the mud- with the further idea that a New Jerseyman

of invention, nor has the world reached a back the crowd at the New York entranceat at Jacksonville, with about thirty sills of a residence on Thursday morning, on the ticket would help it in the

topping place yet.School the muzzle of their guns. It fell back members and the following officers: President and the following Saturday puts the keys election. The rest of the story was to the

.'. '> i slightly, and the militiamen, following up T. '\". Brenner, Vice-President, T. in his pocket No cards. effect that Stockton was in much better

at Fort Drum.For the forced it back J. Appleyard ; Corresponding and recording shape, politically and otherwise, than he
the Florida Star. advantage gained, un- That it is about time another sociablewas
Secretary, J. E. Elliott: Financial was some and was in a positionto
til the cleared. Then forming years ago
The people at Fort Drum have built a approach was on the tapis.
Secretary, and Treasurer, M. G.Johnston; have "influence."
front the foot-walk
splendid for a across they
building school did
purposes, a young gentleman not get
Sergeant-at-arms! John J. Dennis. "Phil" Thompson reached Washingtona
the crowd from back
and they have organized a school under prevented passing snake bit while out whortleberrying, a
the supervision the Rev. J. W. Swain while as many of their number as could Ten thousand dollars was deposited in few evenings since. few"days ago, and has been seen on our

,. wteaeker. He registered 17 be spared ran toward the scene of the accident the bank of Jacksonville for the board of streets, in a cool summer suit, the same
pupils on
That Mr. Editor sometimespay
the first day the school assembled, which to help in extricating the dead Trustees of the Agricultural College of you, might quiet self-possessed man as ever-the last
this section of your county a visit man who would be picked out in a crowdas
Lake the citizens of that
wa on the 16th day of April, and the and saving the living. City, by place.
and for O. C.
the iron fences the railroad The balance of the subscriptions, amount- whisper yourself. one who has just killed another and
prospects of a good school are favorable.The Along on .. ...
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country is filling up with people who track on the foot-way and on the carriage ing to five thousand dollars, is not due A Railroad War. had only a few hours before emergedfrom

want their children educated. Otfr good way on both sides the bridge the until November 1st Work is to be commenced BUFFALO May 29.-A few days ago his trial. Thompson embodies the

old friend Henry L. Parker is one of thetrustees' dead and wounded were laid. Manywere on the college buildings at once the Dcleware, Lackawanna and Western Kentucky idea-quiet, good natured,and
... '> agreeable man to meet, one of the most
dead when extricated from the Railroad obtained
and is doing all he for Company an injunction -
can a To the Editor of the Florida Star: amiable and popular young men in Congress -
others less the Rochester and Pitts-
good school We are needing school heap- were more or terribly restraining
boob and we hope the day is not far distant injured. They lay six, eight and ten Rome had her Cicero, Greece her Demosthenes burg Railroad Company from laying its but with a revolver latent.

when we will be supplied by deep, those in the lower tier long dead. and now comes the time for tracks over the Humphrey farm, a stripof Private advices reaching here regarding
Florida to bear off the palm when she ac- the condition of Senator Anthony are to
from the of land the had intended
worthy Superintendent, Mr. A. Brady. The clothes were torn body former once to
Weare glad to know that Mr. Brady will more than one in the attempt to get them tually revives and consolidates the geniusof utilize but subsequently abandoned.The the effect that he eats well, sleeps pretty
be both countries, by presenting to the well, walks to his desk and looks over his
reappointed to the office of out. All were hatless, many shoeless, audothel'8' main track and several switches
Superintendent public amid thunders of applause, her and dictates letters which he signs.At .
of Public schools for Brevard clothes hung in rags. Five women which had been laid by the latter were papers
all dead and into noble, gifted and silver tongued young and with Lacka- his age however; there are grave doubts
county, and we are in hopes to have him trampled unshapelymasses then torn up replaced
Tisit orator, Minor S. Jones, who so! ably and whether he will be able'to occupy his
our school again. We had were taken from the heap. The wauna rails. Yesterday afternoon 300
a pleaswtcaU eloquently defended and pleaded theca seat in the Senate again. A friend of his
from our Tax Assessor Mr. 'V.I dead that were pulled out from under employes of the Rochester Pittsburg
B. of the widow and the orphan, who was in Washington, the other day,
I Sanders, of Merritt's Island and neath the human avalanche on the an- Railroad were collected together and
fk he is favorably impressed with we chorage were black in the face, showing against the snares of the usurper,-yes with the aid of five engines and cables expressed such doubts. Senator Anthony -
our the one who is waiting like a bird of prey showed signs during the last session ofa
People over in West Brevard. they had died from suffocation. they ditched the cars of the Deleware,
OLD JOE. .. ... with his: long hooked bill poised in the air Lackawanua and Western Company, and loss: of strength and of the approach,
fort Several Persons Drowned. ever ready to snatch at the subsistence ofa probably of the illness from which he is
track which
Drum, May 17 18S3. relaid their was again torn
&, .. The Apalachicola Tribune of the 24th persecuted mother, and her pour wronged up by the Lackawanua Company. Officer now suffering, he slept frequently in his

TI1leraJ.d: The consolidation of ult. says that on the Saturday previousnine : children, who alas: have! long since McAuliffe who is employed by the Lack chair. The withdrawal of Senator An-

the St. Johns &Lake Eustis: Railroad with colored people got into a dinkey at been deprived by the cruel hand of deathof awanua Company, arrested James Martin thony from active work would undoubt-

the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key Wes Shell Point i to go to the steamer Emlen, that arm which was always safeguard, roadmaster of the Rochester and edly bring Senator Aldrich, his young
lying out some distance from shore, and and could stem the torrent of frontAuorsr.
oadwas a brilliant coupe and will injustice, Pittsburg, and his brother Thomas as colleague, conspicuously to the
forte the Gordon their dinkey getting in the trough of the yea in other words make iniquity "bite the .
syndicate either to they were passing through engine-
"*Mott the River sea filled, and the entire party was thrown the dust." Before a jury of unbiasedmen .. .
line or to throw house in order to direct the men in relay-
up About one-third the entire distance between -
the into the Baldwin and Si- [
sponge- This water. Judge the verdict would have been in favor -
achievement the outside track. The officer said he
was, we ing
and Palatka the Jack-
feel Cotton drowned before assistance the it is if I : city on
mon were of plaintiff; as not before
assured the
work of )Ir. D. G. Am had a warrant, but refused to show it. sonville and West Railroad
fir of JeckaonYi could be rendered them. The Tribune this court, in the presence of a higher Tampa Key ,
1e, whose labors in be- The superintendent of the police orderedthe and immense
b& of Florida deserve also chronicles the drowning of a tribunal of the land, justice will and shall has been kept graded an
the highest men released, as no charge had been
at work.
deck-hand the Thor- ,force of men are kept constantly
belonging to steamer be meted out to one who so honestly "
has labored more per- preferred against them. They returned The road will connect with or cross theFlorida
r than he noteeaka, and the recovery of the body deserves it, notwithstanding the super .Central & Western about
to bring about the reT to the scene of action and once more re- one
not, seen in the rapid completion of Captain Hoffman,who was drowned at human effort of the "Grey" Speaker, whoso laid their,trackA force of men in on and a half miles west of the city between'the
i wr raflroad: St Vincent's Maud the week previous. warmly advocates the motive of a per- Scott place and Honey-Moon: Nurse
system in Florida. guard to resist an attack. The damage have
4..L knows ries., Arrangements already ,
whom he I
u.eIn bealth generally comes from lack of "* After eating each meal take.a dose ofBrown's son yes emphatically done is estimated at $25,000. made for bringing out six cargoes of the-
a. = life folOe'8 in the blood. To Iron Bitters. It hel j digestion, exclaim knows! to be upheld by the Giant Daytona Journal: The promise of an iron, and Mr. Ambler thinks that excursions -

w'a blood to a healthy state use releives the full feeling about the Wrong. orange crop is immense. The trees are to Palatka over this road will be in
4 sou BItters. stomach. A LOVEE OF JUSTICE. full of fruit order in about four months.-The Spring.


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HYMN TO THE NIGHT. although there is a good deal of leaf j The best crops held by farmers who area of first planting is turned under j you will perpetuate the ,

L yet in the hands of farmers, most of it are anxious to sell have in a measure late-4about ten days before planting.the I desirable variety of Havana gro fl."t

1 heard the:trailing garment marble halls of the n' ht is low grade and much absolutely trashy.It been picked up; leaving the poorer manure is then applied, followed bacco, of almost inestimable r -

I saw Sweep her through sable skirts bur all fringed with; light is estimated that fully threefourthsof grades, which must find a market at immediately by< two harrowings and i The grower can, if he shall
; From the celestial walls. the crop of 1882 has been taken, and I lower prices. There is, however, a cross harrowing. The ground is crossed so, raise a distinctively choir,

T felt her presence by its spell of might tnerewill be no difficulty in cleaningup I great deal of gilt-edged tobacco remainng with a sled of four runners, and low, {: !obacco leaf, without attempt
Stoop o'er me from above. the balance if farmers will sell for in first hands-men who are able flat hills made. Cut-wonus will feet on bndization, and thus

. The As calm of the, majestic one I love.I presence. of the night. ",hat their goods are worth. to hold until they obtain their price. the sods thus turned under. I I tityandclaarrcterofthej'ueltadee keep np the! .-

There continues to be great diversityof But there is no marked improvement Mr. J. J. Swartzel, one of our best variety, in the same
heard the sounds of sorrow and delight, to the condition of the in the market, nor is there likely to be I manner in
The manifold soft chimes opinion as growers, will sow the Zimmer's Spanish Mr. James Haynes succeeded 2:?
That fill the haunted chambers of the night. crop. Some buyers say their purchasesare while there is so large a per cent. of about the middle of this month. He ably in, producing the IIa
Like some old poet's rhymes. equal to anything ever secured in damaged leaf in the cwuntry. Tom. will sow soaked seed-three sowings for Sumatra cannot compete Haynes With\1ta.

From the cool cistern of the midnight airMy this county, while others complain that Cromer, Jr., reports the sale of a dozen four acres, six to eight days apart. I production of Domestic t0IIr
spirit drank repose; much of it is short and flea- of Spanish running at figures !
crops ,
The fountain of perpetual peace flows there, :Make your tobacco fields rich. Don'tdepend will but sticks the text,
From those deep cisterns flows. bitten. like 10 and 4c ; 7c round and lOc round on what you think about it-be hue leaf, not too large, and niS@ t
Between 400 and 500 cases of old with fillers excluded broad leaf at 5 'i nor a
; The rains colorless
bear sure-put on manure. heavy leaf
O holy night! from thee I learn to but one aUtS
What man has borne before; tobacco were sold last week on private and Ic, and Oc round. These are of last summer leached the soil. Get I characteristics of Havana possessing tobJ

Thou And lay'fet they thy complain finger; no on more.the lips of care terms. It is understood that holdersare about the rulirg figures; paid by other. m.1nnre-honestly if you can-but get I Iand we need not fear the Sumatra seed

a little stiffer in their demands, now dealers.-TiAucco Rti>rter.COXXECTICUT manure.-Edyerton ((117) Repurter. raised lea:
P. Orestes-like I breathe the Cooley labor in
Peace ace! that their stock is growing less than tfc IndIan -
Descend with broad-winged flight; ; they were earlier in the season.-Intel- remains very quiet. A goodly SEED TO SOW. 1 _
The welcome, the thrice prayed-for, the Ii
must fair, encer. number of dealers have been dragging The chief aim of every tobacco Culls.
The beet-loved night. DAYTOX, Onio.-The ragged, last through the mud searching for grower should be to provide liimsvlf -
-LO GJ'ELLOW. end of the tobacco season is here ; such stray lots as can be secured at with good, pure tobacco seed, known to I The linen collar is an.epitomeand
index of civilization "
the wind-up of three months' rush the present low figures. When they be such from experience, and meantime says an adverI .

RESUME OF THE TOBACCO I among the buyers. The sheds are can find a farmer pinched for money best adapted to the climate in which it I tisement in the Baltimore Tewj.. W.

MARKET.PSILADELpUTA.So. empty and the warehouses fulL Farmers they offer him 6 or 7c per pound for his is to be grown. When the grower learns I vmphatically deny it. The bidet of

and dealers are more than satisfied crop, not over one-half its real value, from trial and test which variety of Havana { civilization is the rouge bottle and the
far as selling with the business done. The 82 crop and too often they succeed in getting the tobacco succeeds best and when | pearl powder box.

goods is concerned, dullness remains has been profitable to farmers. crop by persistently decerying its value. that especial variety attains its proper I The following item will be of interest

remarkably supreme among the handlers What there is unsold by farmers here But,oh,how speedily the tune is changed size in respect to the leaf, and when it as showing the successive changes ia
in the Miami district is held by them on when it There is f the government of the State and
of manufactured hard tobacco, and they own no senseor shall possess all the necessary characteristics a*
were it not for the compulsory necessity I II speculation; there are probably 6000 or propriety in the farmer selling his i deemed of value to render it as various diviiions of this northwesters

requisite for handlers to assort and I I 8000 cases of it.Journal.3IIAULSBGRO crops at filler prices. In Pennsylvaniathe nearly perfect as may be in growth, territory : Timber' Woods, of Steam

arrange stock preparatory to inventor- Ohio. Interest and crop has nearly all passed out of the color, gloss, etc., then a large quantityof boat Hock, the pioneer lawyer of Iowa,

ing the same, in accordance with regu- activity this market are well maintained growers' hands.It the seed from select plants should be built a house near Burlington, Iowa,

lations of the Government, on the first though the fact that fine crops is not probable that any advance in saved for future use, since iti.has been which has a queer history.. At this

of May, we are quite sure employees are scattered and tHe principal dealers price will be offered by the buyers at ascertained that tobacco seed careful house one ot the children was born in

would have their time occupied in read- well supplied has a tendency to depress present, as it is probable that more preserved will grow though it be twen the territory of Michigan. The next

ing the news of the day. prices. There is a brisk demand for old than one-half the crop of 1882 is sold, ty-five years old. It may take a little child born in the self-same manner was

Nevertheless, a number of our large or sweated, goods which ought to move perhaps even three-fifths of it.nd longer for the seed to germinate, yet it a native of Wisconsin, and the third

jobbing houses are keeping salesmen on such crops of the 81 Seed leaf as have now the dealer or packer is interestedin will do so the same as fresh seed with was in the territory of Iowa."

the road seeking orders for any brand merit; pr wJtly. Fine crops of'82 Seed keeping up the price, or will be as the exception named. Some one was one day rallying Congressman

which they are able to understanding! leaf are very fine, yet only very large I. soon as the grower, who is holding for It is a fact we have got to constantlybear Lefevre" on his eccentric chi-
specify definite figures for the month oMay. f growths command 8 and lOc. This fact the sweat, is ready to sell. Those who in mind that if we succeed in rography. I ought to write better,

and the cause are very well understood have good crops will do well to insist on growing fine Domestic Havana tobaccoin tliata fact." he replied. "Why,

The jobbers claim they have, and are here. Probably not more than one- a fair price, but those holding poor lots this country we have got to preservethe some time ago I wrote to a man,than.
daily placing upon their books, ordersto fourth of the '82 Ohio will appear this must of course see the propriety of identity of the Cuba characteristics ing him for a clipping cut from a newspaper

be shipped next month as early as year as Pennsylvania and Connecticut ; closing out upon reasonable offers. of the plants we grow; we have got to about me, and asking the name
possible at prices allowing fair margins.It the balance will go for shipping. Someof Sales have been here and there of preserve the gloss of the leaves ; we have and date of the paper; and he replied:

Is very evident from the exttordi- the Zimmer's Spanish will be small lots. At Hinsdale, N. II., S. O. got to grow plants infused with as much 'I am much obliged to you for your'

nary favorable outlook, that a large shipped, but it will never be whiffed in Doolittle sold 2 acres of low gradeHavana oil,or the aromatic principle, nicotine,M advice, and will follow it, believing
amount of manufactured tobacco will German pipes. The bulk of this stock at 7c through. Our correspondent that my claim will go through, and I
possible to render the tobacco of value ;
l Ije handled next month in this market, is in hands of large manufacturers, and writes : The plant beds are being we have got to grow the tobacco of the will at last get my pension.".

and jobbers must be busy ; but,whether will be used in their trade. prepared. About the same quantitywill right size and preserve the fine textureof Th London Spectator says: "111

this condition will hold for any lengthof The crop of '82 German was small, be set as last year. At Northlield the leaves and the aroma i f the place of Frazer, Messrs. Longman in-

time is a question which, just now, and, with the 81, has almost entirely one lot of Seed, about 1 ton, at 8c in plants peculiar Havana tobacco ; and tend to try an experiment in cheap

is causing much inquiry and quiet disappeared from the field, sales of '82 bundle ; three lots of about 3 tons each in a word, grow essentially a Cuba or literature, a magazine of 120 pages

consideration, leading to conclusions being stimulated by exceptional merit at 13jc: through. Deerfield, April 10- Havana leaf fairly and lezitimately: discussing every subject except politics
frought with doubtful forebodings in 81. No new sales to report. The last of domesticated and acclimated to and religion, conveying information,
I I our
and questionable. issues, and, as the DANVILLE, VA.-Prices have been the hanging tobacco was taken down climate. It is necessary, too, for us to and lightened with good novels. but
Tobacco trade so far is imbedded on a well maintained ; although the receiptsare List week, and a few more days will strive hard to prevent our Domestic I sold for sixpence. Such a magazine,if

solid rock pecuniarily, we hope they will I very large, the demand has kept well finish up assorting and packing. Someplant Havana leaf from running into sad lutfobacco well done, should be a sixpenny Com-

weigh carefully the circumstance before up with the supply. The prospects for I beds sown last week and the -we must not allow the plants hill, and obtain a quarter of a million

they venture too far into deep water. plants for the coming crops are good. balance will be this week. We bavesever to become "seedy," as the expression of readers. In the changed conditions

Fine cuts are being sold for immediate RICHMOND, VA.-The tobacco mar- : communications from other goes. We should avoid sowing seed produced by the spread of education,

use in moderate quantities, while ket the past week has shown an increasein towns to same purport. Growers are that will produce instead of genuine such an experiment is nearly mire to-

' considerable orders have been given dark goods, and sales have been active in something of a quandary to know Domestic Havana plants, those to all succeed ; as would also, as we believe,,

for stock, deliverable next month to and prices firm. Lugs have been boughtup which kind or variety to grow. Very intents and purposes similar to seed a sixpenny :1;intt nth Century,devoted

manufacturers of unmistakable A. X o. by the manufacturers. There is no many purpose to raise Seed leaf again, leaf tobacco. Our object should be to mainly to politics and religion. The

1 grades. change in bright wrappers and old fillers as it sells for about the same figuresas produce an acceptable leaf,-tobacco J: body of readers begin to tolerate gravethought

SMOKING TOBACCO.-Dealers are fan t are scarce and higher. they can get for Havana Seed, while that will suit the manufacturers, who I and even to pay for it, to an
decreasing the old stock. They have the former will yield from 400 to COO ;: extent which publishers as yet hardly
ST. Louis, Mot-The supply has not now want glossy, dark goods, a strong
adopted the principle it must be sold at pounds more to the acre. American estimate.
leaf fine and
been large and prices have held satisfac- beautiful; for cigars are
some figure but it must thatthey Cultivator.BALDWIXSVILLE.. Argus in Land Wattf ,
so aJ
go sold ,
tory. The stock of old tobacco is going now-a-days more on account of the
are nearly all ready to adorn their writes : "The esthetic school baa
fast at prices satisfactory to holders. .-Buyers all claim appearance of the wrappers around
shelves with new goods of every description There Is a prospect for an increase in that there are a good many crops in the them than through their qualities fallen into disrepute in society of late,

of granulated or cut and dry to- receipts the coming week. growers' hands, which they would buy otherwise ; or, in other words, the cigar owing in some degree to the doings of

bacco. BALTIMORE, MD.-Leaf tobacco is readily and give all they are worth, but that meets the approval of the eye sells ita chief apostles in America. The
CIGAKS-Are being sold in limited common Mr. Wilde is
now coming forward freely, and the the prices at which they are held are welL
quantity, while manufacturers' order- market continues active and firm, considerable above their real value. The We can accomplish the results very wide of the truth. He to not the

books are full, so much so that troubleis shippers taking readily all the good growers, who have raised and sold tobacco named if we pay attention to details in I puling sentimentalist that he postorai

anticipated in filling the same as grades offering. Thereis very little year after year, must understand raising the right kind of Domestic on the platform or appear in the drawings
promptly as parties desire. Work is Ohio in the real worth of their "82 Havana and of Du Mauriee. He b as shrewd
coming and we are without crops,and we by securing the best seed
being pushed forward with unusual ac any sales to note during the week. would suggest that when they are offered obtainable from the Island of Cuba. and practical a youth as any I know..

tivity. Stock in factory's hands small.GLAR1iESyLLETF.NOur. what they know to be a fair price, tsell u The way to accomplish the result He came to London to make a reputation
Snuff manufacturers are running over and set about it in a businea -like-
and not hold fora cent or two, as a suggested is to procure genuine Havana
with orders from May delivery. Asa receipts fashion. Finding the metiwxk
good many are doing, and then take seed from the Island of
Cuba of known
result increase being about lOe.lO hhds for the ,
double set of hands are required of acquiring it slow and tedious he lee -
from two tu five cents less Liter
as agt'e'at merits from the celebrated
SEED LEAF.-A casual visit among week; the sales were 41V hhds. for the have Vuelta d riled a method of his own, created the-
the cigar leaf dealers the past week week ending to-day. The market was many done heretofore. By Abajo district, located west of Havana
aesthetic school, and in less than a year'
Saturday night the last
does not indicate the activity hoj>edforat rather irregular and } lower on the foreign buys This famous belt produces, it is said, became one of the most talked- f men
will have left us, but we hope to see the finest leaf in the world. From this
this season of the They poorer grades of IeWe quote com in
year. say them here again London. Now he is ;in America
they never had a more varied or better mon lugs,at 3} to 4J ; good lugs,at 4Jto soon. I rich region came the Haynes' Havana amassing a fortune, and contemplatingrather
selected stock, especially in wrappers of .">}; common leaf, at .", to 6; mediumleaf We call attention to the circular of seed originally. Let the growers get dubiously-marriage with *

every grade while binders and fillerscannot at 0{ to S ; good leaf at 81 to 9 tj ; being especially cautious as to the kindof I their Havana seed from the section rich heiress. If this is folly, there is

be surpaseed in quality, all of fine leaf, at 10 to 11}. Selections, noneofferin Domestic Havana seed to sow ; and named through proper and trustworthy method in it."

which are offered at small margins. With the large supply and we deem it of great importance, as set sources, and commence the modusojierandi r .. ..
Nevertheless, cigar manufacturers, reduced demand for those qualitieswhich forth in the circular, to sow pure and of hybridizing and cultiva At Fortress:Monroe, twelve"dU1Jl1DY

while they hold as a general thing light are most abundant in our crop, select seal, and also to perpetuate the ting the plants by sowing the approved torpedoes were sent a distance of 1*

stock, still hold back, and as they say, which facts are beginning to be realized growth only of those varieties which Cuba seed The process of miles under water and returned to the
desire to see how trade will open next shippers, it evident that prices will bear the closest scrutiny and which hybridizing may reasonably be com- base of operationsbyenclle3s cable. They

month before acting or laying in a large must:: recede until a point is reached \\iUllf pleasing to the trade. The suggestion menced the first year of the growth of were hidden from view under water,
supply of stock. that demands will be stimulated, and to secure the best Cuba seed the plants by placing some other desirable and their position was known only &>

A short season longer and something export grades will move with a slow from the toils k Abttjo region is Domestic Havana plants beside the operator, "who placed them ia any

booming or destructive will be u.and halting step until this point is worthy of careful consideration inorderj the Cuba plants. When both are in position desired to obstruct or allow the

Sumatra leaf is handled in very moderate reached. to keep up the identity of the Havana full bloom, force the pollen from the passage of vessels." From these experiments -

quantities at the advance, .-hile This is the period when the "Fly" is seed tobacco.-Guzette. blossoms of one set of plants on to Lieutenant Graydon predict

Havana fillers loom up in demand; hopped out to enliven the scene. Whereis CULTIVATION OF TOBACCO. those of the other variety, and repeat "a revolution in harbor defence

Tuelta holds the fort and weekly the "gay and festive cuss?" Can't The chief object of this frequently for a short time, until methods."
the is to
some speculator start ? It I you are satisfied the work has been well .
makes new admirers; Havana wrappers a fly report ; keep his crop moving from the time the
. are fast becoming something of the will make talk anyhow seed into the done. Let them then go to seed. Save A father has been complaining to a
goes ground to the timeit
the seed from these plants-the geauineHavana friend of the of the conduct ,of
.past.: warehouses U
packed. If the seed if checked,
ones-and sow it the second his prodigal son. "You ought to reason
LANCASTER, PA.-Quite a number at this point have been extremely irreparable mischief will result.
year, and the third or fourth if with him the frwu:
of buyers are yet driving through : busy this week receiving from Here is the first step after sowing: year, seriously says "
need be, until the plants thus producedare of the family.uSo I do I so I have!
thecountry and buying freely at the growers, and the town wears a Keep the beds moist-not part of the
satisfactory. When the tobacco is the father in "but it has
prices ranging from 8 and 2 up to 18, lively appearance. Several buyers are time, but constantly. This is imps says despair,
as .;n
near perfection ,
as you can no effect. The scoundrel
6 and 2, according to quality. Theoomatn y riding, taking contracts where theycan ative. seeming young
ly, grow "- save a listen fool like
do quantity of to npbody that. isn't a
however that goods such so at moderate figures, generally Here Is
the an experienced sound eel"
way planter from the best ,fa1k
I I lower than plants fore use himself. I. want you to-go and >
as they' want are getting scarce and previously paid.
treats sod
ground. The sod for th for a series of years and in this WJ1 with him I"



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: FLORID.A, I STAR. ble. Well, we have'lived here nearly ten local and special interest: a fair step was IRON BITTERS.STRENGTH. a ..
:;J..H trw-Wit rLnflflJ-uThJW J4- Jt J--Un r
;,.' years, right here on Indian.River, and we taken toward demonstrating the wickedness -
7 1883.
.THIJRSDAYJUNE are alive and kicking yet. We have of that extreme protection view

: : .'' jot' .'..t'"nBUSHED EVERT THURSDAY, been over a considerable portion of the which gave rise to such scenes. If this "

; ; : AT : Florida. State and must most candidly.say that as has been allowed to pass out of the pub- .

,-;.J- .u"uze. far as mosquitoes are concerned we see no lic mind, it has been because the politic-
t' ". "'"; : E. B.. WAGER, very great difference between the St. ians have been too timid to press it, and

, ,' ',XftBafln? Editor" Publisher. Johns and Indian River country. too weak to give the public credit for

.. Term '1.50 Per Annum In advance. .. '. sound common sense. The end has not

'.- .j.8QCABls column.Ad.eRtsementS one. inch In space ; IS squares The Jacksonville Tim -Un1on com- been reached as to this matter, and politicians to vigorously push a business, .'
unaccompanied by the menting on the coronation of the Czar of will do well to observe it. Just strength to study a profession,

CL3.U will not receive attention. Russia : "The has now the protectionists are taking great household
advertising rates edquire of the Editor says present century strength to regulate a NowIs
arrays For eneloslnga three cent stamp. witnessed no pageant which compares in comfort out of the timidity of those who strength to do a day's labor with-

-S PAPER may be found on file at brilliancy and imprcKsiveness with this believe in- a conservative and wise placing out physical pain. All this repre-

Oeo. P-Uowel! & Co's Newspaper Adver- ceremony. The bearing of the royal foremost the revenue idea in laying the sents what is wanted, in the often

': ",_ pig Bureau (10 Spruce Street) where couple shows that they realized the full imposts, but it tends toward putting anew heard expression, "Oh! I wish I
be made for it
., advertising contracts may importance of the occasion, and it is com- face upon affairs, that such men as had the strength!" If are
in mented on favorably by all the correspondents Bayard, Black, and McDonald speak out the time to
;;. broken down, have not energy, or
STAR ia the OFFICIAL newspaperfor of the It is and
THE European press. to boldly clearly.
feel if life worth living
as was hardly
Brevard county. be regretted, however, that the Imperial
GENERAL NEWS. you can be relieved and restored -
Pout at TitwrilU as manifesto following the coronation did
Entered at the Office
Figures are published to show that the to robust health and strengthby
Second-Clog ter.
not further, and include some concessions -
strength of the tripartite alliance will ex- taking BROWN'S IRON BIT-
to the body of the people of Russia
Brevard county Florida is situated on ceed that of all the remainder of Europe. TERS, which is a true tonic-a SubscribeFor
or some intimation, at least, that certain
the Atlantic coast, midway the Peninsula reforms in the internal polciy of the Em- The discovery has been made of a plotto medicine universally recommendedfor

between the 27} shoot the of Roumania at the diseases.
and lies parallels pire, which are demanded alike by the king all wasting

and 28} north latitude and between 3} spirit of the age and the progress theCzar's opening of the sessions parliament A
west of Wash number of have been
and 4} degrees longitude subjects have made, should receive persons implicated
e ington. The county is 110 miles in length arrested. SOl N.Fremont St.,Baltimore
early and careful consideration. As in-
the I
During war was
from North to South and about 70 milesin it is, none of the demands of the party of Wm. E. Harding, the sporting editorof jured in the stomach by a pieceof

width from East to West and is bounded refonii have been met. There is no guar- the Police Gazette, was shot in New a shell, and have suffered

on the north by the counties of Orange antee of freedom of speech, no removalof York in the fleshy part of the leg. Where from it ever it since. About four

and Polusia, east by the Atlantic ocean, or how the shooting happened is not years ago brought on paralysis -
the restrictions laid on the pros, : ex ,which kept me in bed six
south by the county of Dade, and west no promise of any change in the plained.It months, and the best doctorsin
", *by the counties of Manatee, Polk and the city said I could not The Florida Star.
autocratic character of the government.It has developed tliat Nathan G. Miller live. I suffered from
site is Titusville
Orange. The county is evident from these facts tliat the and others, of New York, with $5UUOUOO indigestion, and for over two

situated on the west bank of the celebrated struggle with the Nihilists will be renewed in hand to operate with, and more at years could not eat solid food
River which extends the en- and for a large portion of the
Indian ,
at an early date ; they have virtually command, have made a "deal" in wheatin
time was unable to retain even
the and i is
tire length of county navigable
been set at defiance, and we may expect Chicago. liquid nourishment. I triedBrown's

steamboats. The majestic St. Johns sooner or later, to hear of a renewalof Aaron W. Harries, a New York clothier Iron Bitters and now -0It --
river has its source in this county and is after taking two bottles I am
far south Lake plotting1 haassigned; liabilities, $45,000; assets able to get up and go around
navigable as : as Washing
... .. $40,000. In Chicago,the Goldstein Bros., and am rapidly improving.G. .
ton. The Kissimmee river, in part sepa- The last spike, the Dress, of the D tCKElt.
from Manatee says jewelers, have suspended; liabilities, $50-,
rates this county county track laying on the Jacksonville St. Augustine -
assets $15,000.
and is navigable for about 100 miles. ; is the constant aim and intention of
& Halifax River Railroad
Lake Okeechobee touches this county on wasdriven General Lew Wallace, United States BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is the publisher to give to the readers of the
on Saturday, May ISth at 5 m.
southwest The county is remarkably p. minister at Constantinople, has lodged a a complete and sure remedy for STAK, one of the most readable and new-
connecting the oldest city in the United
level, the eastern portion of which is States with the thriving metropolis of protest with the government against the Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Ment papers of the State.

more especially adapted to orange culture Jacksonville. The last stroke was made imposition of an ad valorem duty of eight Weakness and all diseases requir-

;the western portion w well adaptedto and the citizens and hands gave three per cent. on imports into Turkey. ing a true, reliable, non-alcoholic

stock raising, while there is a considerable cheers on its completion. In consequenceof The report of mutiny in General tonic. It enriches the blood, givesnew

portion of both well adapted to cane the strict quarantine with Jacksonville Crook's command is not credited at General life to the muscles and tone
culture. The amount to Slieri an's Neither o
adapted cane trains arc not run, but the time will be headquarters. to the nerves.PIONEER.
culture is to be the is it believed that the of -
greatly augmented by story an engagemeat
used in going over the road and puttingit
of the with the Indians is authentic.The .
system drainage inaugurated by
in a smooth condition and by the time
"Lake Okeechobee Canal and Drainage quarantine restrictions will have been President has given his French

Company." The extensive prairie contiguous removed the track will no doubt be in an cook a four months' leave of absence, but Twenty columns of Selected -
to the St. Johns and Kixrlniniee .
whether for because --- --
as a remedy dyspepsia or
excellent: condition for easy riding. Still .
rivers constitute the best and most exten- COOPERAGE.Syrup Miscellaneous Reading,
he does nut intend to spend much
for a new road and the quick time madein
sive cattle range in the State and afford time at the White House i.s uncertain.
track laying, the road is in very good Barrels $2.25.
for the thousands and
ample grazing : condition. Too much praise cannot be I Senator Sherman has returned to his
thousands of cattle for which tills Gauged to order ten cents extra.
county given to the officers of the road and theO"CI'M.ers i home in Mansfield, where he will spend
ijg noted. Barrels and Oval Water
for their energy displayed in its the summer. To an interviewer he expressed Honey -AXD-

The Indian River country has long early completion. But for several weeksof himself as confident of a Republican Breakers I

been,celebrated for its very fine climate rainy weather, which impeded the victory in Ohio at the approaching
From : : $!.OO : : Up.
and for its oranges, which have the repu- progress of track laying, the last spike election.A .

tation of being the finest in the State, would have been driven much earlier. financial crisis is imminent in the Tanks

commanding a price of 25 to 50 per cent 4' ... Belgium money market. There was much and all kinds of COOI-EK WORK to order. NearlyTen columns State,

greater than those grown in other sec THE DEMOCRATS UTILE T.YH1FF. JOIIVXOV,
excitement Brussels on the 2<;th ulti County, and Local News
tions. culture has become
Pine-apple a Cincinnati News Journal, mo. A well known bank is involved in LaGrange, : : Florida.
recent industry in this section. This
difficulties, owing to enormous speculations -
When three such men as Bayard,of Del-
fruit be well that
appears to adapted to
the of official. W. B. MOORE
on part a prominent
portion situate between the Indian river aware; Black, of Pennsylvania, and McDonald ,

and the Atlantic. The Indian river Is of Indiana, coincide >o nearly, The steamer Strassburg, from Bremen, General Commission Merchant, PRESENTED WEEKLY.

sound its and that by accident: as to the true landed 1,474 inunignints in Baltimore.
properly a receiving waters
from the ocean. It is from one to five ground for the Democratic party to occupy Three were killed during the passage by AND DEALER IN
there the fall of a sail. More than eight thousand -
and give such excellent reason
miles in width, a sheet of pure clear and ,
transparent salt water, abounding in the for, it will be well for the party to consider have passed through Hull on their Groceries and

various kinds of halt water fi>h. The the question very narrowly. The way America during the 1'L..tCew days. -p-

s ,shorts: of this river are generally free from' fact is not conclusive; it is only rersuasite The Garfield statute to be erected in

marshes and in many places are blurts ill so far :ts it goes with other facU. Cincinnati will be of bronze. It will cost Family Supplies. .

rising ftom ten to twenty feet in height. We do not attach great value to theol'in- $10UUO. It is proposed to have different

ion of any man. He is most valuable localities compete for the site of the monument Titusville. Florida.
The timber is interspersed : :
principally pine -
with oak and whose opinion is a careful reading of the : by offers to bear the expense of November. lOth l&{)._ tfI.. JOB PRINTING.JOB .
cabbage palm constituting -- -- --
opinions of masses of men. But circumstances the pedestal, surrounding adornments, -
hammocks of leNS PRINTING.JOB .
greater or extent FOR SALE
render the opinions of these gentlemen &c. ;
many of which abound in wild
: especially iJJ tructhe.Ir. In the battle Hansi, Touquin, fourteen PRINTING.Our .
while others
orange groves arc adapted to THE TITUS HOUSE
winter gardening ) McDonald is from :state which issaid French were killed and twenty ,
a profitable einploy-
\ ment,bringing handsome returns as supplies to have been lost by the tariff issue, wounded. The threatened rupture between ONINDIAN

sent to the numerous hotels and and )lr. Voorhees of his state is almost France and China, on account of

boarding houses scattered through the the only prominent Western protection the Tonquin troubles i is reported to have 11I'TET

State and the northern market. Besides ist. Mr. McDonald is too apresidential actually occurred. The announcement containin ,

candidate to speak lightly that the French minister in Pekin and ,
the ,
awl the is
orange pineapple country Large Office, Parlor, Dining Room,
well adapted to the lime, lemon, guava, about so grave an i".uc. Senator Bayardand 1:I the Chinese minister in Paris have reccived

banana, and other semi-tropical fruits Judge Black stand here the shadowof their I passjiurts is expected. Li Pantries, Kitchen,

But the thing par excellent i is our unsurpassable the extremes democratic and republican Hung Chang has been ordered to take 16 LarKC Airy Bedrooms, Job Office i is well equipped for ex-

and un urpad climate. From protection opinion falls upon them, command of the Chinese troops, and is Servants' Quarters ecuting all kinds of :

the first of October to the first of June it and they are both too practical to utter I daily expected at Shanghai. Two com ,

a that of aa almost perpetual Indian mere theory against: all probability panies French troojis have been sent to and all necessary: outbuildings.Cltcrii .

mariner, so enjoyable for exercise and realization. They must have some rcasou the scene of the recent fight, and others ut'l .OOO Kill capacity,

pleasure in the open air. The summers for their views thus to speak out will follow cedily. I

are equally delightful. The evenings and where Kelley and Randall coincide, and It is estimated that the crowning of -alsoFUIiN.LTUUE- PLAIN & FANCY WORK,, .

mornings are cool and refreshing while upon a matter as to which Wallace and the Czar Alexander at Moscow: cost: the : ,

the midday though warm in the open hazed ll forget their personal hostilityfar impoverished people of Russia somethinglike .t
Piano and Billiard Table.
snnshineisnot only tolerable but even enough to agree opinion.. $lOOU ,OUO. The country is virtually including

enjoyable in the shade. Their significant point of agreement is bankrupt and a new issue of treasury The Groundsare

Our under the constitution bills will be to meet this foolish COLOR ORNAMENTAL WORK,
sunrises and sunsets are most love- that, property necessary Large and Nicely Laid Out.
ly and are unexcelled by those of any can not be taken for bounties to individuals I cxienditure. The Russian crown is worth

for without only about $l,500OuO, and it probably -ALSODESIRABLE -
country. Well may our northern cousins or any public purpO: I

and friends seek a winter residence within due compensation. This is perhaps rather -I! couldn't be pawned for half that sum. TOWN LOTS

our borders, and well may the weary technically stating the proposition that i The big; Brooklyn bridge only cost $9,- RULE & PAMPHLET WORK,

and worn ones seek rest and .recreation no power in the constitution can be or OuOjOUOand it will be a standing monument For Business or Dwelling Houses, and

among our balsamic: pines. Wild flowers should be Used for any other than the to the genius and enterprise of man GOOD LANDS

are in bloom the year round. But the end for which it exists. But Mr. Bayard when the descendants of the Romanoffs

peat bug bear of the Indian River Country strikes the L.suc.l1lot centrally when he are wandering beggars. It would have For Gardening.

is said to be the insecte-the fleas, the refers to the national scandal exhibited been better if the Czar had contracted to.I Term Easy to Responsible ETC., ETC.

flies and the mosquitoes. These we are by the special advocates of local and special have his coronation job performed by' Parties.

fold tie terrific-unbearable. The tour interests and by the lobby in last congress.When professional crownen for something: like Apply or address,

_1st and immigrant are informed by those the general revenue policy of the $10OuO and had spent the remainder of

who: have visited that government was made subservient to a the $10,000,000 for a new bridge or a newt MRS. M. E. TITUS,
us they can- '
t Indian River Florida.
not live here anda contention between { railway. Titusville, : : : : Florida. Titusville, ,
the insects are so very tcrri- logrolling policy i


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of The Field of Science. ; end is near at hand. At
For The Young an editorial on the recent epidemic Thd Spice of Life.In that j
typhoid 'fe\W' in Paris, the Medical a friend told me that he had heard
Zinc has been discovered near So-
MouKTHooD.-Mount Hood stands Record, January 6th, 1883, says that the making wills, some are kit out cures being affected by drintiDg :
Sew Mexico.
about IiZtY;mil from the Pacific corro,
. great
conclusion to be drawn from the Paris and some are left tin."Don't water.

as the crow up flies, and about two epidemic, as regards the therapeutics of produce An international will be held exhibition m St. Petersburgthis of garden pull me around so," said the "I consulted a physician who hall nri

hundred miles the Columbia river, typhoid ever, is,that the disease must summer. thiaf to the policeman. "I have a felon special attention to this hot-water i

as it Is navigated. Mount Hood stands be watched not actively treated. We and was using it with CUre
my finger : "And I have my many
The number of Edison Limps in use P&Uenta.
wtterly alone., And yet he is only a believe that the sooner tliis viewis He said : 'There is
felon remarked the nothing
in American at the end of last year was finger upon a you know
brother, a bigger and a, taller brother, taken, and typhoid fever is looked uponas more difficult than to introduce
more than 29,000 and in Europe at the policeman. a De*
of well raised of snow
a family seven
a disease like the small-pox or scarlet remedy into medical
end of there 30- Heidel- practice, Iiay,
February were nearlv Scene on railway platform at
peaks. fever. whose course the physician cannot early if it is a very simple
At any season of the year, you can berg. Traveler to university student : one \and
greatly modify, but whose dangers we 000.Professor strikes at the root of
stand upon almost any little eminence See of the Hotel Dieu, says "Siryou are crowding-keep back,sir." erroneous ti"
can in part avert the better it will be and prejudices that have
within two hundred miles of :ML Hood that the new extract of li1Y- f-the-\"alley Student-fiercely : 'JDon't you like it ? long been Q-
for our science and our credit. tertained. The old school
and count seven snow cones, clad In SEW REMEDY FOR DIPHTHERIA.A .- is one of the most important remediesin -allow me to tell you that I am at your practitioner
have tried for
eternal winter, piercing the clouds. German apothecary R. Munch heart disease known. It is a power service at any time and place." Traveler Sea's to cure .
tion, but they are as far
There is no scene so sublime as this in (Kronen-Apotheke in Leipsic Sohlis), ful poison. -benignantly : "Ah, indeed iiit as ever. from doing it

all the world. who enjoys a great reputation for veracity It will not be long before the grand is very kind of you. Just carry this 'Xow the
only rational
The mountains of Europe are only and reliability amongst those who forests Arkansas will be wrote' a lIable satchel for me to the hotel." explanationof
hills in comparison. Although some know him, recommends in X o. 27 of than the prairies of Illinois, ante Why Hobson objected : "Hobson," defective consumption nutrition. that It is it results l from

of them are quite as high as those of for acre. A Western furniture firm always accoro.
the Pharm. Ctntr. Anzttyr<< a nw said Muggins, "they tell me you have panied by mal-assimilation
Oregon and Washington territories, has sent an agent south with instructions food L.
remedy in diphtheria, and the effectof taken your boy away from the graded nearly case the
yet they lie far inland, and are so seton which, he had noticed, on his own not to return until he has secured school. What's that for?" .' 'Cause," of a fermentation every that is the seat

the of other hills that they lose UKIOUU of necessarily .
top suitable
old oleum terebin- acres woodland.
seven daughter-
year said Ilobson, the master ain't fit to vents
much of their majesty. Those of Oregon The best anti proper The first thing
thine rectificatum. Children take one sugar cotton districts "
teach Mm. "Oh said Muggins
to do is to remove that
start up sudden and solitary, and almost j I teaspoonful morning and night ; adults, in Texas lie along! the Gulf'coast, in the "I've heard hey a very good master." and put the stomach into fermentation,

out of the sea, as it were. So that while a tabtespoonful. In children tepid milkis southeastern part of the State. About "Well Hobson a condition to
replied ,apologetically, receive food and of
they are not really much higher thane one-thinl is bottom land dispose it properly.
given after it; it might also l e mixed and capableof "all I know is he wanted to teach my This is effected by *
mountain peaks of the Alps, they raising from to three taking water into
-? with the same. The effect of this remedy one hogsheadsof
boy to spell the word 'taters with acp.
the stomach as hot it
seem to be about twice as high. And which has of late been highly sugar to the acre, with two barrelsof as can be borne,

being all in the form of pyramids or praised by different authors, is said to molasses to every hogshead of sugar. an hour before etch meal. This leans

cones, they are much more imposing be really a miraculous one. Within already At Sabustopol a new Government The Hidalgo's Classes.A the stomach clean and pure, like a

and beautiful than those of either Asiaor half an hour after the administration dock has just been commenced. It will poor Hidalgo lived in Spain ; boiler that has been washed out. Then

bo Gil B'a who ought to know. put into the stomach food that is in the
Europe. of the redness take the place of the one which was says
drug, a bright beginsto
And when it mine I. he let it rain
; greatest degree nutritious and
WHAT EvERrBbY SHOULD LEARN. spread from the margin of the diphtheritic destroyed during the famous siege by They say that Spaniards all do so. least

-Every boy should learn to lift himself exudation, and this redness the allied armies more than twentyfiveyear dispased to fermantation.h .
lived fare
He sometimes
"by the hands and hold on for some becomes generally diffused over and "::1). It will require three yearsto Small dishes on his board grew great.; 'X 0 food answers this description

.lime. It is not necessary to go to agymnasium taking the place of the false membrane, mmi'Iete it, and the estimated cost is For on his nose a wondrous pair better than tender beef. A little stale

to learn this. Boys in the and the disease is said to disappear $: ),04'0,000. Of glasses sat when er he ate. bread may be eaten with it. Drink

country in climbing trees are soon able within twenty-four hours without leaving Dr. Ueklam, in a recent number of the Green peas' to pickled olives turned. nothing but pure water, and as little of

to lift themselves by the hands. It is : the slightest trace. While this "Gesundheit," says that the head-ache, The And smalle-t'quail cherries on toasto that he turkey earned.grew; that at meals as possible. Vegetables

well to have a pole placed horizontally, wonderful effect is said to be invariablymet restlessness, etc., which are sometimes From oranges he hardly knew. pastry, sweets, tea, coffee and alco'oolic!

just high enough to allow the feet to be with when the remedy is made use caused by keeping flowers in bedrooms, When through t his magic glasses seen liquor should be avoided. Put tender

clear from the ground. With this anda of at the very commencement of the do not result from any special propertiesof Dry biscuits rose to loaves of bread ; beef alone into a clean and pure

rope of good size hanging down froma disease, those who recommend it soI I the flowers themselves, but from the And Showed little! wondrous fish in his length tureen from tail to head stomach three times a day, and the

secure fastening, many useful feats highly contend that it is also successful, continued strain brought to bear upon system will be fortified and built up

.may be learned. The pole and rope only less rapidly, in cases that have the olfactory nerves. So Each day by crumb day he of comfort magnified sent to him, until the wasting away,that is the chii

-may be under a shed or in a barn. To already progressed for several days.A In many parts of Spain farming oper- And grow more free from sinful pride, feature of consumption, ceases, and recuperation

lift the body by the hands and to move I ations have made little or no progress As eyesight grew more faint and dim. sets in.*

along on the pole, to hang by one hand, since the expulsion of the Moors. The Who had his glasses when he died? "This reasoning impressed me. I
and various will Terrible Tim3 in a Lighthouse. Gil Bias don't tell; he had no heirs ;
to swing ways, greatly same sort of plow is used now as then, So where they went. when laid aside began by taking one ,cup of hot

strengthen the arms and hands. The oxen tread out the con after the God on'y knows, and no man care*. water an hour before each meal, and

rope will allow of the more difficult feat The keepers at the Eddystone Lighthouse ancient Cr'entil gradually increased the dose to three
fashion and
women But lucky he. should they be found,
of climbing it. At first learn to climb had very unpleasant experiences separate the chaff from the corn by Who would trace back his pedigreeTo cups. At first it was unpleasant to

the the aid of the feet during the stormy weather of the past that Hidalgo under groun take but I
rope by preseingthe tossing the grain in the air duringa now drink it with a relish
up And with hu learn to .
glasses seen
three months. One of these men was
between them. After this that I
rope breeze of wind.Northern never experienced in drinkingthe
learn to go up, using the hands entitled to have been relieved some [ smallest blessings-ample store; ; choicest wine. I began to pick up
eight weeks but it was not until manufacturers and capitalists In darkest clouds a streak of light ;
only. In going down never slide but ago, In every man that sought his door.A immediately after the new treatment,
are sending to
agents Georgiaand
go down hand-under-hand, otherwise Monday that he was brought on shoreat brother with a brother's right. and gained fourteen pounds within two

ihe hands may be badly hurt. One Plymouth,and for several days prior other Southern States to buy up months. I have gained ground stead-
to relief arriving he and his comradeswere forest lands. Thirty thousand acres of There is a blind beggar who stands .
'Who can command himself while on a ily in the trying climate of Yew York;
reduced to straits for woodland in one body have been boughtin on the way to the railroad station here. '
rope, may at times find the ability to do very great and I tell sir I feel
you, on a sure way
excepting that two or three hard biscuits Northern Georgia. It is suggestedthat As I passed him this morning, he said. .
useful. It is and "
so very easily acquired, to
still remained in the the Legislature should pass a law "Dhrop a copper into a i+oor man's hat."
the time in such exercise is lighthouse, they I
spent by no Here an old gentleman who had been
were without the necessaries of life. to prevent the wholesale destruction of To see the effect, I dropped a shilling, I
wasted.A .
means the forests. which on fingering he recognized standing near, and evidently listening
Their stock of food ,
Mechanical Rat. ordinary was ex- im.1 I I to the conversation, turned to the
The ancient Pat rhasius and Zenxis hausted ; they had been living on their The United States Commission ofFish mediately. "Good luck to your ,
teacher and said "This of hot-
: remedy
cased to think it better than human reserve for some weeks, and their last and Fisheries is about to build in said he, "and may the blessings," etc.

praise, and the highest triumph of excellence installment of flour had to be fried in connection with its new station there, etc. "Sure, an' it's the first piece of water drinking has attracted my attention -
for some time. It has been of
to have the birds peck at their lamp-oil on Thursday in order to furnisha aquarium, to be devoted to biological silver I've touched for a month."
immense of
service in
relieving me a
pictured fruit, or a dog wag his tail on meal. They continued to use this oil researches of every description, at "Come now," I remonstrated "say a

'looking at their portrait of his master. as an article of diet until assistance Wood's Hole,Massachusetts. Prepara- week." "Xo, by the holy Sire, it.smore'n terrible dyspepsia that tormented me

Terbaps it really requires greater skill to from the shore reached them last Mon tions are being made at the adjoining : a moath. May the blessings," for many years. I tried numerous able

deceive instinct than to deceive reason. day. In addition to this they were with- station for the artificial propagation of I etc. Coming back from the station, I physicians, and there is probably no
medicine that is prescribed for such an
The following anecdote is related to illustrate out fuel for several days, and the only cod, mackerel, halibut and other fishes was met by the same appeal, and this

the perfection with which automatic warmth they were able to obtain was useful for food. time I dropped a sixpence into the out- ailment which was not given to me;,

toy animals are made to imitate the Slight amount of heat furnished by I The staining of bricks red is effectedby stretched hat. "Long life to your 'an- but none of them gave me any permanent ofdrinking
ner it's the first bit o' silver I've benefit. But the simple remedy
the originals: the oil-lamps which they were burning.The melting one ounce of glue in a gal ,

An immense cat, fat, sleek and a men, in fact, were reduced to sucha lon of water, then adding a piece: of touched for a week," exclaimed the old hot water, accompanied by a

..great favorite, lived and roamed at will depression and weakness that they alum as large as an egg, one-half pound sinner in accents of the purest truth rational regulation of my diet, has I
entirely cured me advanced though Jam
from the top floor to tits sub-cellar of weie only able to converse with each of Venetian red and one pound of and the deepest gratitude. "Why, you ,

one of our business warehouses. lie other in monosyllables. Seeing that no Spanish brown; redness or darkness is humbug, I gave you a shilling myself in life. It was not the dieting
alone that did it. I ha4 tried thatbefore.
knew very well what a rat was like. relief from the shore was forthcomingthe increased by using more red or brown. this morning. His face underwent a

One day a fun-loving clerk bought a toy keeperskept signals of distress flying For coloring black, heat the bricks and change, but he instantly answered in a It was the use of hot water
that cured for that made it possibleto
rat, with a spring inside, which he daily for a fortnight or more, in the dip in fluid asphaltuni, or in a hot mixture deprecating tone, "Are you the gen me,

wound up with a key as he would a hope of attracting the attention of of linseed oil and asphalt.Dr. tleman that gave me the shilling ; sure derive benefit from a judicious diet.
I have also found this treatment of
watch. The cat was nearby and while passing: vessels. These signals were Morell Mackenzie jiwr, Jelly didn't you say tut, fl" Iicvuldn't
one clerk stroked and petted him, another seen by several vessels, but so boisterouswas says bare told the lie ?" great benefit in kidney diseases, which
guaiac given will fail
early rarely to cut are largely owing to mal-assimilation of
one put the toy on the floor a few the weather during the whole time short au acute tonsillities The formulais --...- food."

feet off. Instantly as he took off the the distress shnals"t'r flying that it follows Resin
as : 70
guaiac, gram.; The teacher listened attentively
weight of his hand, the rat started on a was found impossible to effect any communication gum tragacanth 43 sacchar. Hot Water as a Medicine.A very
gram. ; to the old gentleman's remarks:
run, and like a flash of light puss bad with the unfortunate men- 1'
all. ;
gram. ; current paste, I experience
to learn that
am glad
his paw on it. While it was held down hose condition was getting more seri- young man who was compelled to your
M. Div. in .,
q. 5. trochlschi No. 3 (). he with
the spring could not work ; then puss I ous every day. It is alleged there were Sig. : One every two hours. One can ,: resign his position in one of the public mine., I have said, "agrees so folly with
become acquainted
let it go, as cats will when teasing their several occasions since Christinas, and also give aconite as recommended by schools this city because he was break simple

poor frightened prey, when it ran away prior to Monday last uhen the men at llinger. If the disease is not checked. ing down with consumption, and who various cases in which this -
and after it. the lighthouse might have I en relieved I has method of treatment has effected permanent
again puss give small pellets of ice. ever since been battling for life, the
The least change in the way of holding but that on each occasion the steamer although with little apparent prospect cures after all the efforts of

would send it off in a different direction usually employed on this duty was engaged Professor Jolm Nichol, speaking in of recovery, was encountered several physicians had failed. I am convinced

other work and her services his "Historical Sketch" American simply from what I have seen, that
when free, but finally puss on days ago in a Broadway restaurant."I .

thought it time to eat the rat and j therefore could not be secured. The literature of the non-existence of in- see," he said, "that you seem surprised almost any disturbance of the human

,caught it in his mouth. condition of the stole at Milbay seems national copyright, says that "this at my improved Xo system that results from disorders of

".'Whir-r-r-r !"=' Th un-rat-1y racket also to furnish cause for complaint on gross injustice to the authors on both doubt you wonder what appearance.could have the stomach can be alleviated, and, in
made puss drop the horrible thing, the part of the relatives and friends of sides of the Atlantic, for the benefit of caused such a change. Well, it was avery most instances, cured in the same wayThe

which fell on its back and kicked.'With the lighthouse-keei In this store the publishers on one, leads to the intellectual simple rewedy-nothing but hot very simplicity of the thing may

zees dilated and spittyij out fright, herwked are temporarily lodged: articles of food market being glutted with stolen water." cause some to hesitate about attaching

for one second, and then, with which the wives of the men leave there goods. Considerations of interest Jn "Hot water ?" much importance to it; but, like the

tail erect, fled for his life and has never :. for conveyance to their husbands when I business are of course everything ; thoseof "That's all. You remember my tell- proper ventilation of your dwellings*it

come back. We know that when the opportunity offers for the steam-tug toge i principle" or art or patriotism uothin ing you that I had tried all the usual may prevent disease and effect cures

weight was lifted off the spring it must out to them. But the premises are' ?. remedies ? I consulted some of the where all the drugs of the pharmacopoeia

but infested with rats that these articles In the recent international debate on will fan."-X. Y. Sun.
run itself down ; puss, although so leading specialists in affections the
alcoholism at Geneva .
thenumber ofl it-
mew better than we how to catch and disapi>ear. On one occasion a leg of lungs in this city, and paid them '
of alcohol large An immense has
consumed bed
res yearly head of phosphates
eat a I'rat, could not understand the pork intended for consumption at the per fee They went through the
of usual been discovered county,
population was stated for the principal in Brunswick
aaechanicaL-Little Gem. lighthouse, was suspended by a cord to course of experimentation
countries with me under N. C. the line of Carolina Cen-
European and the United on the
the beam in the that it
hope might escape all sorts of medicines.
Sanitary.Hoarseness States follows France I went to tral railroad and eleven md
as : 3 ; Austria, about
the attention of the rats: I Adriondacks in the
4 ; England, 6 ; America (United : summer and from Wilmington.Any .
and tickling in the throat overrun the stores. But the device to Florida in the winter

are best relieved by the gargle of the failed, ft r the rats reached the beam States), 7} ; Switzerland, 7} ; Belgium, these things did me but none of .
9; Sweden, 10; Germany 10 Russia any substantial man can lie but it takes brain
white of an egg beaten to a froth, in half bit through the cord, and when the ; good. I lost ground
Denmark 23. In and : steadily, grew'' to to facts and truths in
arrange present
; Spain Italy
a glass of warm, sweetened water.TREATMENT I meat came to the ground it was speedily 11G be almost a skeleton, and had all the ther
proportion was much less. an intelligent ape This is why'
FEVER devoured.
OF worst symptoms of
consumptive whose are so many liars in the world.


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Agricultural. he does for the particular form ; and in Recent Legal Decisions. I: easily answered. If the land is not an I The New Postal Law.

'.. t,,'t. ..' -':' keeping his scions he uses great care to Tf | incident to the distillery; the latter maybe I

; ; keep them where it is cool and neither an incident to the land."
',. .Condition* for Germination. NEGOTIABLE biSTBt:3IESTS-PREYI- The new postal law, which is to go

*' conditions favorable and unt too'wet nor too dry.' The same',principle ors INSOLVENCY or :MAKERTITLETO NAVIGABLE BIVERS IMPROVEMENTS into effect at any time at the option of

toJ 1"be'jNe far the germination of seeds which holds good in the scion appliesto PROCEEDS OF SALE.-L. ,& Co., of : BYSTATE-TOLLS.-The Canal the Postmaster General within six

-,' ti '' the potato, especially that which ap- New Orleans, were sued in attach- Commissioners of Illinois, lp pursuanceof months from the date of passage,

, -:are: plies to the strength of the buds and the State statutes providing for the March 3, provides that while domestic
: 'This must depend boa ment, and their establishment was
t Depui. health of the shoot or the tuber. As the construction of locks and dams on the postage on letters is reduced from threeto
of the seed. Theit seized :at half-past' 10 o'clock /.t e'an nature ,
potato when planted is the I Illinois river had the
seed the less depth of .earth simply renewal New Orleans time, on November 29, I locks and dams two cents, that on drop letters (city
the of the old life, it carries with i built and established the payment of postage) is left at the old figuretwocents.
Cabbage seed, celery, 1881. The action was brought by local
j rtiquired. of the diseases which it have certain tolls and merchants
many may ; who ran Another important feature of the
demand for Ate of
': onions, etc. should creditors upon a ,
tdin covered." Corn gathered up, while a seed only carries which 52500 became due November 26, steamboats on that river filed a bill in aw is that authorizing the new three cent
: o Bred uglitly-bare11 I with it the constitutional weakness of equity Hase Glover in
vs. the United postal note, and is of special interest to
of to balance December 13
covered to the depth one 1881, and the ,
maybe the parent. Thus the of States Circuit Court Northern
importance districtof
transmitting small sums
persons throughthe
inches and peas to the depth of sixinches 1881. Ii. of New York, owned a
two selecting potatoes free as possible from Illinois, for an injunction to restrainthe post-office. The note is about the
the of which brokers sold
but it is, better i in case note of L. & Co.,
; disease and of keeping them where exaction of tolls at the locks.
they Mr. size of a greenback. At the righthandside
them ir.a furrow six or to the Hanover National Bank after 11
pegs s to plant will lose none of their vitality. Justice Harlan in deciding against'the two columns
are giving the months
inches deep and eover two inches o'clock A. M. of November 29, lRSl,
eight merchants, said : "In order to develop and the dates of twelve
1. beginningwith
and as the plant grows fill in the and on information being received of the
deep; For the Fair Sex. attachment the same day, the bank the greatest utility of navigable riversas I 1883. On the left hand side are

.ortb. demanded the proceeds of the sale of outlets to sawed logs, sawed lumber, three columns of figures, one representing -
loisture.-Seids require moisture JopgTinkled gloves are now worn coal salt and the like it is
2., the note from the brokers, and II.,also often essential dollars, and numbered up to four;
to enable them to germinate. If the inside the sleeve instead of being drawnup claimed it. In this case-Harris vs. that dams, booms, piers and like struc- another, representing dimes numbered

earth. becomes dry. the ,seed will not on the outside. Hanover National Rink-in the United tures should be used. They are substantial I up to nine, and the third representingcents

germinate;on the contrary, if there is The large flat collars of Irish point :States Circuit Court, Southern obstructions to general navigation I numbered up to nine. The note

much moisture it is liable to rot have taken the of the Mother -more or less so to rafts and I
too place district of New York, Judge Coxe, in barges; is for sums less than$;;. The postmasterwho

While light is essential to the Hubbards, except for small girls. deciding in favor of the bank, said : but to the* Legislature of the State maybe issues the note punches the date,

healthy growth, of plants, it is detrimental Ivory-white Canton crape for basque, "The bank is entitled to the money. most appropriately conferred the the dollars, dimes and cents- thus pre-

to the process of germination. train and lambrequin tlounce9andaskirt, i The almost unbroken line of authorityseems authority to authorize these structures venting any alterations of date or

'Seed-beds may be covered with cloth, i of terry velvet make an exquisite com- to establish the doctrine that if when their use will produce a greater amount. No written application is

hoards or any substance that will not bination for dinner dresses. bills of a broken bank or the notes ofa good than the harm done by their necessary, and the note can be issued

prevent the rays of the sun from heating There is a variety in battlemented party who has previously failed are existence and to impose such limitationsand for any amount from one cent to $4.99.It .

the earth: When cabbage, celeryor basque bodies., They are cut a little transferred in payment of a debt, both regulations in their construction is bought like postage stamp and is

tomatoes are plante ; in boxes they longer trounded the form of a tulip petal, parties being ignorant of the failure and and use as will best reconcile and payable to bearer any time within three
accomodate the interests of all
may:: be covered with cotton-batting, aid pointed inthe, centre. innocent of fraud, the creditor may in concerned months. The body of the, note is a
doth or paper. The darker the materialthe Draperirs across the hips remain very repudiate the payment upon a tender matter. Until Congress interposes form stating the place of issue sad

:better, as it absorbs heat. This large ; bark draperies do not descend : of the dishonored note and recover the its paramount authority the where to be sent,and when paid endorsed -

Covering not only facilitates germination very low An the dress skirt, especially amount due. It is a mutual mistale SUite cannot be controlled by the by the bearer. Though there is not

but aids in keeping the surface : when there are flounces all around the of fact. The plaintiff contends that, Courts as to the mode and intent of I the same degree of security about the
improving the rivers within
lath laid row of skirt. ; navigable note as there is about the
moist; A single over a contemplation of law, the attachment her postal zumey
carrots has made several days differencein Japonica, prawn and strawberry pinkare did not imply either the insolvency or a order, its cheapness and convenience .

the germination of the plant, and, the pale shades to be used to com- failure of I.. & Co. The attachmentwas MUNICIPAL CORPORATION-ACTING compensate for other disad

also;the seeds have come up more uni- bine with all the dark fashionable reds, granted on the ground that L. & AS A DISTILLER-STATUTORY LIES vantages.It .

formly. Under these circumstances a such as scarlet, garnet, strawberry and Co. were disposing of their property LIABILITY OF CITy.-Salt Lake has been in operation in Great

smaller quantity of seed is required.In terra cotta. with the intent to defraud their creditors. City distilled spirits and paid $10,700 as Britain two years, nearly four and a

field culture this would be imprac- The fashionable rage is for black I They were unable to meet their a special tax on the liquors to the half millions being used in a year.

ticable, but in a garden a few hundred spun-silk hose for children, even for infants obligations as they fell due, and suffered United States, but the authourities The new American system is less

laths might be of great service. ; and for fine black open-work I their property to be taken on a chargeof 1 misrepresented the quantity distilled cumbersome even than the English.For .

stockings, which will be worn with and and the Collector of Internal,, Revenuesued
fraud which was not sums over five dollars the money
4 4. The soil must be kept loose over I for and recovered $12.051.75; for
black hats and white dresses.In ,
they were legally; if not actually order will still be used, though the
the.seed,,or, otherwise it may not be the balanced of the The
hosiery, the new cream fine Balbriggan insolvent.; The questions in this action liquor. liquor cost is reduced. The charges for orderson
able to push its way up through the had been sold and the United States
and Lisle thread as delicate and
free from perplexitiesand not $10 will be cents
are by no sums over eight ;
.surface.soil, The soil should also be weans claimed the amount of its lien from the
almost as costly as silk, are to become
doubt, but the weight of authorityseems from$10 to $15, ten cents; from $15 to
loeee'.and mellow below the seed, so funds received from the sale. In this
fashionable for wearing with all colored
to uphold the positions taken by $30 fifteen cents ; from $30 to itO,
shoot downward for
that the root may case-Salt Lake City Hollister-the
shoes and dresses. vs.
cents from $40 to $50
the defendant. twenty ; twenty-
The soil should be
food and moisture. Dress sleeves fitted to Supreme Court of the Territory ofXe"ada
are closely
very ; five cents from $50 to$60 cents
NUISANCE ; thirty ;
loose also in order that the air may have
the arm they are high on the shoulderand on the judgment being carriedto
RIGHT OF Pnol'JmTy.-D had C from $IjQ to $70, thirty-five cents; from
recess to the'aced, and thereby afford short at the wrist: linen cuffs are it, decided against the city. Judge I
$70 to 80 forty cents from $80 to $100
the keeping a liquor saloon in his name ; ,
oxygen, to develope embryo. By Twiss in the said "The
of opinion
seldom used, because white cuffs :
C's for him and M who had an exe- (the highest order), forty-five cents.
boing loose, I mean not baked hard so embroidery are worn outside the sleeve. ( ) question whether the city had the
cution against C caused it to be levied The present rates are ten cents on
form If forms it ,
crust. crust
to a a
to do business is not
The Jersey tunic is a short overdress power a
orders not $l5 fifteen centson
the D brought reple'.lnazainst over over ;
should be broken up carefully with an on liquors. in this the
receiving proceedsof
of Jersey webbing trimmed with sou- case. By
orders from $15; to $30 centson
M and took the liquors but on ; twenty
jron-toothed rake. The soil the
the sales of these into the
tache. It may be made useful as a spirits
orders from $30 to $tO
the trial of the action the Court held ; twenty-five
should be to
plant pressed gently so as
polonaise to wear with the skirts of treasury the city became possessed of a
C cents orders from $40 to $i0 the
its out. that the liquors being for sale by I on ,
prevent drying of amount of the
dresses after their basques have become large sum mone-Ule
were, under the statute, a nuisance,and present limit of money orders. |i
lien-which was justly due to the United
With air and heat the shabby.A .
germ -
directed that be returned to M.
they States and to which she had no legalor .- ,
its simple and graceful overskirt has a ,
/quickly develops, sending plumula The plaintiff carried the case-Donohue
deep round front that reaches to moral right, and money so received
upward and radicle downward. Often- apron vs. Maloney-to the Supreme Court of Homo Utilities.Oil .
times good seed is sown but fails to the foot of the underskirt. Several Errors of Connecticut on the ground and appropriated by a municipal corporation -

vegetate because the conditions referred thick, full plaits are laid at each side of that the statute applied only to liquorsseized is subject to the demand of cloth may be kept bright when

to in this article are not attended to. the apron, and the back has two full nuisance by legal proceed- its legal equitable owners to the same almost worn out if, after washing it,you
as a
breadths of the material to be draped in extent as if held by a private corporation take a flannel cloth and dip a corner of
Pardee in deciding againstthe
ings. Judge ,
0 :* soft folds. The statute deClares -* or a person. PhiladeIphii Kfcord. it in kerosene, and rub the oil cloth withit.
Potatoes Planting.Few plaintiff, said :
Jersey cashmere is a new French all- that all intoxicating liquor, in- Of course a very little oil goes a

operations on the farm receive so wool fabric which is intended for suits : tended by the owner or keeper thereofto Rules on Tree Planting ;great way, and care must be taken not

little attention as the selection and keeping made In the Jersey style; and is well be sold violation of law, shall, to use too much.FURNITURE .

of potatoes for planting, yet the suc- adapted to its purpose. It is firm, not contained 1st. Dig for large trees a, hole four
with the vessels in which it is POLISH.-For a polish to
HB of the prop depends very much on the elastic, like stockinet, but soft, and delightful i intent of to five feet in d'uameter.two feet or
It is the plain
be a nuisance. clean up and brighten old furniture,
condition of the potatoes planted. How to the touch. It is made in to ore deep, according to soil. .
often the statute to remove all temptation pianos, etc., dissolve for ounces orange
we hear farmers complain that the newest of the fine shades of colors intoxicating 2d. Deposit in the bottom of the hole
the illegal keeping and selling of shellac in o'ne' quart of ninety-five percent |J
potatoes do not come up well or terra cotta, bronze and the like. the like for
topaz stones rocks good
that liquors, and to accomplish this by ny or a alcohol: ; to this add one quart of
they fail to make a vigorous growth, and fill in with loam
oottom drainage ,
--- acts unprofitable.
caking these linseed oil and one pint of turpentine ;
usually attributing it to the state of the
is to stand. Sods
the tree
framed of language whichis to the depth
'e&U that end it is I when mixed add four ounces of sulphuric
when in many cases the trouble Are Mushrooms Poisonous?
reversed from the side ofa
which does not admit or washings
inclusive ammonia
is in all ether and four ounces of aqua ;
with the potatoes planted. In of Breslau has limitation claimed The road is rich and good for the retentionof
te5CUngandkeeping Professor Ponfick, of the thoroughly: and well before using.
pototoes one important -
lately made experiments on the common plaintiff having made these liquors a moisture.3d. Apply with a cloth or- sponge and rub !

which fl.Ctis usually entirely overlooked, mushroom, of which the following are i nuisance, he cannot the process of Set the tree in position and see the surface to which it is applied until
is that the is not the seed
potato ; that the roots free from buises
are ;
results All common to them for they the
therefore the practical : the Courts recover polish appears.
is more liable to be injured by
the root with fine soil and settle
mushrooms are poisonous, but cooking will not be recognized as property. cover
seeds are covered with well watering while planting. The
them in a greater or less degree -
a hard substance which protects them deprives The PARTNERSHIP-REAL ESTATE PURCHASED tree should be headed in with clip prun- prudent housewife who regards the

from the light and sudden chances of of their poisonous with qualities.cold water FOR FlRM INDIVIDUAL ers or knife, equal to the disturbance cleanliness and neatness of the home

temperature, if kept in a dry place; but repeated washing to clean CH.mTUlto'-J.and: bought by a caused by removal ; and giving a formto surroundings as one of the essentials to

the potato being simply a tuber has no I which they usually undergo firm with its funds and used for partnership start with. health and happiness, will appreciate the
of the
:wch! protection, therefore is very sensitive them, takes away does a portion the rest but puri>oses. It made an assingn- 4th. Secure the tree firmly with big recipe appended. The mixture is used

to light and variations of temperature poison, and boiling have ;been ment, and in the distribution of the stones after the work is completed ; by the U. S. Light House department,

;even though kept in a dry place. the water in which they and shouhlalwa.s proceeds of the sale of the hind individ- eave the rest to nature and time. and is said to be of very superior quality

!a.fact, a potato is similar to the root of boiled is highly poisonous, ual creditors claimed a dividend. In being clear and lasting. Take half a

atreewhensevered from be carefully got rid of. Experi- the bushel of quicklime slack with boiling
the tree, which this case- l'3ulding"s.. Wilson- ,
showed that if A Town Unearthed.A
WB are so careful ments made on dogs decidedin water keeping it covered during the
to keep In a dark, cool Court Appeals of Kentucky ,
Place if we wish to keep it in a healthy dog ate one of its.. own weight of raw favor of the creditors of the firm. most important discovery has just process, strain it and add a peck of salt

o C ndition and grow well when set in the mushrooms, it fell sick, but recovered ; Judge Prior, in the opinion, said : been made in the neighborhood of dissolved in warm water, three poundsof

Pound The potato may endure more if it ate one and one-half per cent the Real estate purchased with the firm }Poitiers in France, where an entire rice ,boiled to a thin paste ; half a

than the root of a tree without completely poison had a more violent but not fatal funds and for partnership purposes be- Gallo-Roman town has been unearthed.It pound of powdered Spanish whiting,

effect, and if it ate;two per cent. it was temple 114 yards in lengthby and a pound of clean glue dissolved in
.losing its vitality,but it suffers in comes partnership property. It is objected contains a ,
water in which
the same way and, if not entirely killed inevitably fatal. The here that as 600 acres of land 70 yards in breadth, baths occupyingtwo warm water; mix these well together,

u injured in some degree by being kept mushrooms had been boiled was mush-far were bought, upon which the firm ran a hectares, a theatre, the stage of and.let the mixture stand for several

it is too hot, too cold or too dry. more poisonous than even the raw distiller, that i)()rtion of the land which which alone measures 00 yards; streets, days. Keep:the wash thus prepared in

U it is kept too hot it sprouts badly, and rooms ; while the mushrooms thus was not necessary to the distillery houses: and other buildings covering an a kettle or portable furnace, and when

'flues loses its vitality, never again prodaciDz boiled could be taken without hurt to ought to be regarded as a mere incidentto area of nearly seven hectares, or about used put it on as hot .as possible with
of the
such vigorous stalks as come the amount of ten per cent. the running of the distillery. This 17 acres. The excavations are being either painter's or whitewash brush.

fnxn the first sprouts. If kept where weight of the dog's body. Washing might bv convincing if the land had continued with further success,disclos-

cold as to chill it, it is worse than will cold water does not remove all the not been purchased with the partnership ing more edifices, sculpture in the very 1

g it where it is too worm as it poison, so that mushrooms when taken thus in preparedwere larger 1 funds and used for partnership pur- best style and in; good preservation, To detect fusil oil in alcohol which is

.dostm it take much of a chill to prevent poisonous Dried mushrooms- still 1 poses. Its products; were all applied in dating i is thought from the second fairly strong, Dr. Hager dilutes the

growing at ailThe farmer In quantities. that way, and besides, the partners seem century- and a quantity of iron, with equal amount of water
twenty liquid an
twelve to ,
*Ieltlng potatoes for planting should dangerous for from in which they I to have been doing an extensive business 1 bronze and earthen articles. M. Liscb, then adds glycerine and evaporates the

T*}*P In mind thathe is dealing with days, and also the.water in buying land, stock, etc., and the inspector of histronic monuments, filter When
be paper.
to upon
8 Ind not with seed, therefore size have been boiled. They and t why Vie land should not constitute a is enthusiastic over this discovery, and alcohol the odor of the fusil oil
whole month 'I
f tms'not dried for at least a under that the town is little Pompeii
so important health. part of the partnership assests declares a
be easily perceived.
after four months1drying. I.I may very
a he selects scions he cares more to are really only safe I such circumstances is a question not in the center of France.
'""i*food .
buds and_ healthy shootthan


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It is.&aid that, the Esammee; River ,MISCELLANEOUS. ,MISCELLANEOUS.CASH LEGAL.

will open up two hundred miles' of rivertransportation JVO TICEOFriNAL PROOl "

through the best lands in Land, Olllce nt Gainesville, Fla*>

South Florida. PARSONS'JPILLS CASH CASH NOTICE; hereby given.4 prill that 6. 1883f the fob

Florida contains, in round numbers, lowlnnaml.tl8ettl'r) has tiled notice'of
his intention to make dual
of of land proQf'in :
38,000,000 acres one-quarter sub
port of hi*claim and that said proof
million more than the State of Georgia, :M.A.HE 1LYEW RIcH BLOOD, 1VIEREp: be made before A. A. btewart Clerk will at
and 6,000,000 more than the State of New Titusville.: Fla.. on Monday May 23
And wm completely chance the blood In the entire system In three montlu. Any person viz: Berrian Nail of Titus'i1Ie'f1a.
York who win take 1 Pill each night from 1 to 13 week may be restored to sound AT TIlE Homestead Entry No.S090 for the \v
Ocala'Banner-Lacon'Messrs. E. W. health,If each a thing be possible. For curing Female Complaint these Fills hare no M of S E 1-4 sectionOl. and X l--of sw
Agnew & Co. have accepted the contractto equal. Physician tae them In their practice. Sold everywhere or tent by mall for 1-1 and SW 1-1 ol S W 1-1 sectIon 3"towlIohip
25 cta.ln stamps. Bend for pamphlet. 1.8.JOIIXSOX CO.. BOSTON MASS.
grade and build the Florida Southern R$ range east.
CROUP ASTHMA BRONCHITIS. HEt\IQUART lIe names the following; witnesses
Lees- to
Road from its terminus to
present his continuous
JOIIXSON'S AXODTNE UXIMEXTHUinitanUneou prove residence upon and
Lurg. Active work will commence June DIPHTHERIA core nine.Iy relieve cases cut these of terrible ten. dUeue Information,and thac.UI will poilUrvly saTe cultivation of said land vie: MoscsMtfcger .

1st, and it is expected to,be completed by many lives tent free by man. IXin delay a moment STORE E. P. Wilbt-r J. It. Watson, A' *v*.
l-rcTcntioa U better than cure. Rose, all of Tltusvllle. Fla.
the middle of August. The completion JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT c "',. 't1.lff 32 L. A. lanxE,

of the road may be thus assured without XetwalglsInfaenza.8erolanRaBkedanr at the Lungs Chronic Hoaneness nackliut Cough.Whooplnit Couch Register United States Laird"bffiee.NOTICE. .
Caroolc KbenmaUsm,Chronic DiarrII a.Cbronic Vjteaterr Cholera Morbut,Kidney Troable Plwaac of UioSpiae TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
1 a doubt. and Lame Back. crerywhere.. Bead for pamptiJct to L So Joarsox A 0), -
The Madison merchants now close their
n b s wen-known Land Office, Gainesville, Fla.
business houses at six o'clock every evening country Ban and It Cattle..' sswahttaMAKE HENS LAY April ID. isi. /

excepting Saturdays. Condition Powder -p---- XOTICE is hereby given that the fol-
try will-valuable.snake hens Nothing lay like on Sheridan's earth Condition Powdfr. Pose, one asyoonfnl to each pint lowiiig-naiued settler has filed notice, of
MISCELLANEOUS. fwd. 8oU everywhere, or sent by mail for 25 cu.In nampj. L, 8. JouiMuv t fix.iIOST h.Mass. his intention to make tinal proof ia sujy.
port of his claim and that said proof*m
HOME SWEET HOME. be made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk cir
ALTON, W131&NN & CO., The Oldest and Most Reliable Place of cuit court at Titusville Fla.: on Saturday
June 2, lSS3. viz: Andrew J. Carter,or
LaGrange, Fla.. Homestead Entryo.
1r It. FLAW BRA.MB Jl1SIXESS 9/JS7 for the X i ota: W J and lot Xo."
of section 32, township 20 south
: ,
Home home,tweet, sweet home. 33 east. range

Coming Home At last. Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure.PREPARED on Indian River, Dealing in He names the following witnesses to
John Howard Payne,author of the immortal prove his continuous residence upon and
"Home, Sweet Home," was a cultivation of said land viz: Wm.Baley

wanderer without a home,who often had EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable growers of A. J. Pace. Rufus Ilerndon and Richard

not a roof over his head and who died Florida. It will produce a heavy but sound and healthy growth on growing trees General MerchandiseNone Henulon, all LaGrange Fla.
far away from native land and friends. and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit. 32 I.. A. BARNES-
His remains have been transported from IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and in the Register United States Land Office.NOTICE. .

Tunis to Oak Hill Cemetery, Washington latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.IT but strictly fnt-cln** goods are '
D. C., where they will rest until the last
trumpet bids him rise to that Home. IS SPECIALLI'TECO1L11EXDEDFOIII'IJE-.fl'1'LES. Land Office at Gainesville Fla.. )
Sweet Home, where homeless ones shall May 21,1883./

rest forever. WALTON, WHANN & CO., bought and sold at this Stan NOTICE is hereby given that the follow-
Musical Homes Are Happy Homes ing-named; settler has filed notice of his
Wilmington, Del. intention to make final proof in support
Yes, our homes can be made happierand of his claim,null that said will
sweeter through the refining influences Ash Captain McLean of the tlwp. fines" to briny you a fact of the made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk circuit

of music. Put in the Piano or the -o- court at Titnsville Brevard county Fla.,

Organ,provide the latest Music, gather on Saturday, June 30, 1883, viz: John
in the children and the neighbors and PLOW BRAND. Houston, (one of the heirs of Samuel L.

make the old home ring with sweet and Houston, deceased: ), of Eau Gam Fla.
inspiring melody. JNO. AXDEKSOX, of Ormond. Agent for East and South Florida. HCIlll'mLer.Dulhr will buy exactly lid. No.5924 for the lots 7.S.&; 11, Sec.

Where to get the Piano or Organ. IS. Township 32 S, Range E.

Send to us, of course. Xo other House He names the following; witnesses to
$1.00 worth.Established
North or South can give you such bar COLLINS & CO. HARTFORDEstablished prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said .
gains. We lead all. Ten Grand Makers land vizlt. c.: CreechA.
and over.300 styles to select from. Low P. McMillan. J. O. Simmons, and J.
est Rock Bottom Prices. Easiest term 1926.MANUFACTURERS iHlS3. T. S ucll, of Eau Gallie Fla.

for payment.Makers names on all instru 5 w5; L. A. BARNES, Register.

ments. No stencil or cheap Instrumentssold. NOTICE.
Only house iu America selling Pianos Address orders to
and Organs on the one price plan. U. S. Laud Office at Gainesville,Fla.\

Uniform prices to all.Purchasers supplied April 23,1883.J

direct. Every man his own ygcnt. COMPLAINT having been entered at

PIANOS-200, 8225, $250. $300.: The Headquarters Store, this olllce by Frank Forster against John

OllGAXS-22. ;30, 830, 75, 100. Ellerberger for abandoning life Homestead
entry NO. 51S3.dated april 26,1877,
Sent on 13 days'test trial. Xo money fA Titusville, Fla. upon the lots 3. 6, 5, and 7, Section 27,
required until satisfaction is given. Sis vim. v ,' I ir:
Township south. Range; 39! East in
months exchange privilege. Six years __ Brevard county, 1'lorida'ith a view to
guarantee. Every inducement that can The Florida State Gazetteer the cancellation of said entry: the said
honestly be extended; send for latest illustrated parties are hereby summoned to appearat
Catalogues' ,special offers. Price and this Olliee on the 14th day of June 1SS3.

lists and information. Wecm suit you OF BUSINESS DIRECTORY, at 3 o'clock p. m., to respond and furnish
and we will if we get half a chance. testimony concerning said alleged abandonment.

Containing tIe WnV8, business and address .
SMALL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Axes Hatchets Picks T.. .\. Ualt }:s, Register.
Violins Martin Guitars, Accordeons -of the- 1 w." JOHN F ROLLINS.Receiver.:
ICichter Harmonicas, Concertinas. Flutes ,
Fifes Clarionets, Drums, Dobson banjos. AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY Merchant, Frofex-ional & Business men, NOTICE.

Tamborines Organinas.l. Immense stock. and the principal farmers and landowners U. S. Land Office, Gainesville. Fla.
Direct importation. Lowest prices; send TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also orange proves and plantation May l3, 1SS3.}
for Retail Catalogues.:
PA GANINI ITALIAN STRL\GS. FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS together with a Office Complaint by W.hiving C. Bonnell been entered against U.this P.

Handsomest and best in the wide world. Of all sizes and prices from $5 to $;3. Abo, Ptowing Machines. Slcfch r 1..111 Cities, Town mill Villages, Tyler for abandoning his homestead entry
sold for
Our special brand ten"c.'Us past number C.C75. dated June 13: 1373,
Used by the best violinists. Price 23 ctseach. Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues, Ac., Ami how to reach them and other valuable
upon the lot No. 7, Section: and lots
for Violin 1 25 for by writing to the makers
85 cts per set $ X o. 2 and 3 Section 26. Township 29 S,
Guitar.SHEET. COLLINS & CO.. 212 Wnter St.. New York. This important work will be iracd just Range 3S E, in Brevurd county Florida.
MUSIC. Immense stock. Everything as .MJOU a- the labor of collectingand with a view to the cancellation of said

published. Everything published. entry: the said parties are hereby summoned
the facts
compiling can
Over SUO.OOO'pieces on our shelves. Price to at this Office the 26th
reduced. Music Hooks ill endless variety. PARSON1iI! ; ILLS To the buMUCfS community lay of June appear, 10 o'clock on a. m. to
Thousands of music teachers supplied. this will be the mo.-t valuable book respond and furnish testimony: concern
Catalogues HAND 1XSTR U..1IEXTS. Brass and Silver that luw yet been published about ing said alleged I.. .\abandonment.. Rants, Register.

German French and American. JIo- And will ennpltulehinn tht blnod fa the entlr.a.t.aumi thin nonUil. lp.nnewbowill Uki ONE. TILL. Floridi. Price, $). to be sold by subscription. 5 -1\,. Joiix F. : \ Receiver.NOTICE. .
EACH NIGHT FROM ONE TO TWELVE 'restored la*oaa thing! poult I
nary Valves Light Piston Genuine Cour- For caner F.ma1.CompUuBU W..Piili h...BO feiul. PhTitetut....th_m to tb_ir prattle SMd cTtrywhtr. '
oi!.'. Hands supplied with full sets. All orMntb7Bidfortte..uiB etamM. Sa
competition meet; send for catalogues. Eatt'it fur Ailrtrtlauvj: U. S.Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.1

IIOJIE Home, SWEET Magazine HOME.Monthly.Our new 50 cents popular SPORTSMEN'S EMPORIUM ZEE ll.i\.tY 11'agewith book&: ). \ Page with book$30SSfAgenU 31ay23lSS3./this
Complaint having been entered at

per in existence year;illustrated.; specimen Cheapest copy free.magazine Premium : R. C. SCRIMGEOUR, MERCHANTS': LINE, ; wanted 5u every county, tQ Office by Deborah II. Cleveland against
Trneman Vanderlip for abandoning his
whom liberal terms wit!
Album containing over $1.00 worthof DOUr.LE DAILY.C.'nrrjiiillic Aw
Taxidermist and Naturalist Homestead Entry No. 5,1SG dated April2C
each eubscriber.
given 1S77. the lots 3, 4. 5,and 6.
I'. S. JIail. CUSHING & APPLEYARD Pubs. upon
Every Musical Want SujijJlal at llinl,.&animal.monntd with. some respectfor Section 26. Township 31 S,Range 30: E,

MUCH & Bates' Southern Music House Anatomy.Everything Elegant Side-wheel Steamers. P. O. Box lr.-I:!.] Jacksonville, Fla. in Brevard county, Florida, with a view
appertaining shooting
REGULAR 31.1 IL. loathe cancellation of said entry: the
SAVANNAH GA. fishing to be found at establishment
my said
parties are hereby summoned to appear -
The Great Wtolesnle Piano do Organ Dfj-ot and at reasonable rates. UEO.M.r.IUD,Cnpt.U..I.MI'rck-r. Valuable [Property at this Office on the 12th day of July

of the South.ONLY Also dealer in the Celebrated Lion II. I'LANT,Cajit.J. W, Kitz;;i-Rilil. For Sale : 183. at 10 o'clock a. in. to respond and
brand of Asbestos paint in all colors AXITA.Capt.CMI. llnn-k. furnish testimony concerning said alleged
820. ready for u:e. The best and cheapest One .>f tin*nlio\e.natacd.ttnnier.will leave Thirty acres of land in the City Point abandonment.
paint ever introduced for House or Boat l)e I5aiy wharf, Gott ol Lstuni -tn-i-t.daily C'X Hammock. Splendid new galvanized I..A. BaRNES, Register.
ci'l't utulny.ut in. for I'AI..\TK.\, :>.\ .
Oil stoves in suitablefor : p. 3 4t Tuna F. ROLLINS. Receiver.
use. great variety, HH il), KMKUl'Kl aii.l all iuUrmiiIiute1:11x1 Wire Fence around twelve acres. :Five
family or boat use. .;:...
Hundred young and healthy Orange trees NOTICE.
1:0:0'Cl1pt. .7.1.Ainnzorn.FRKDKKICK
Forty bearing trees. Beautiful River Six months after date I will present to
HE 1\la",{'n..t.1.0 V( l.U'LLAKA
Pratt CeleM Astral Oil always in Front. Six acres :t; fine cane and banana his Honor.1. .\. McCrory. Judge) of the
Cuptuln : .Mutt heson. court of Brevard Fla.
county my
One ur the ulM > Imtl.i there i Is in the state.
>v(-ntuaed ti-niiH-rs will Adjoiningthe final administrator -
STOCK. l a'un' Irt-H.IrImtr i...>t'l't, accounts and vouchers a*
land of the Hon. .m. II. of late
Sharpe. the Estate Samuel Moore
hilly except fatiinhiy.ut I::/ p. in., nml from :
Triple plated "Table' ware from the ,, l.uiulV.. Kniluny wharf ut .". p. IIIM for' Here i is a good opportunity for any one of said county deceased and ask for a finaluUdiarge
1'111:111'11.nnr""I., Kiitc-rpri IUI.I iutvnno-
House of Holmes, Booth & Ilayden.Lanterns tlblte Ianlnags. doring! to make a good investment, as as such Administrator.PniNEas .
WESSON Administrator.
i Razors Combs. Nick Nacks C..nutctiatPnlatkawith n"tI.lSOlllh'rn tlll'l.lm'mu-t 11'oHM.. Titles March ,
perfect. 2'J IS83. -H.Gm)
ill endless valicty.C1r.llsTobaccoi. 1'Lllro,1 for alin-svilUMin.l t< Cot.ntchat.l.tor with M..Johu-t and lake Parties intending to purchase can makeenquiries
i'Ipt'vand Euvti-i Kailroail for Fort )laun, Yuluha. Lvvs. of Dr. G. '. Holmes Hon.
hllr11.1 all
ixiliitd" on the UPJHT Oclawnlui. PISO'S CURE FOR
all smokers' articles Connects at Yohaafa with coaches for Or- W. H. Miarj: For terms and furtherparticulars CBIES WMEIE All ELSE fAllS M
room and Daytona.CInucte BntCoaicntijmiix T.nte.gnnd. Vt
address A. P.
When cannot find lYrlmm Quit- Use In lima. El
you at Minfonl with:south FlArlila I:iil- 8oldbydruKfd M.
what von want In the other stores in Ti- nuKl for I.e11gNoo.|.Mnitlaml. Apopkn City man (;:1. or 1.. C. Perham City Point Fla. CONSUMPTION."THE .
Altfinontf, urlanilo, KiiinnKi-. uml with
tusville give R. C. S. a call and you sett--ainer for Ijiki.I<->.uii,:alt Lake and UuvkIctUu confer with Captain Peter"Wright of -
n ill be sure to get suited. ,, awl Imliun Uivir.Conn the fast sailing sloop "3Iist" who will BEST 18 CHEAPEST."
PHILADELPIILVSINGER ttat Jut'r1'rI..c: with coaches for ,
1)aytmauuul New Hwy ma and TitusviHc.ietaniiiifc carry parties to see the property. THRESHERSSli
MACHINEEQUAL C. J. HECTOR Mail tcuiin-rs leave Kutcrprl tone Po.en IhIImr.lnltfodtoallIf'eCiOll&
every ujomiiiK at 7 ami :>anf<>nat7Aiu. m.,
TO ANY SINGEK IN THE MARKET. I anti'a making elope "Olllll'ctiflllI withS FOR SALE! ) Wrjt.forFNEECIuaaa4Prjo.&oTbs&Oimnn&Tailor c..JUo fl J'ampbJII]*1.0tu
The above cut represents the most pop .. .and W. Railway for all points North A fiat bottonied
East anti West..I.Through boat
Hardware and sloop-rigged.
ular style for the people which we offer NO PATENT NO PAY.
for the low price of 620. Jle- bills of lading given to all points. Twenty-three feet long, with a comfortable '
very 1-
you The this Obtained Mechanical
steamers of line arc all Hr.tclass
member,we do not ask you to par uutivou In every re.ptet.Forfurther cabin, and new sails. Good breadthof PATENTS vices,Coin
have seen the machine. After haYing information apply at General beam insuring good carrying and Labels. AU preliminary .
examined it if it is not all we represent General Produce Ticket Uflkf,corner ISay un_l Laura Streets.W. capacity, as to patentability or inventions free free jwr
Boat ia "uui le for
.11. perfectly tight and roils well.: obtaining I'atents" is sent
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_ TttE' DAISIES ARE WHITE. J I and above all, I was to sit still and not I fast to him if you find him, for he must inquired 'the first Samaritan, after asolemn with appropriate action of as many unwashed

,_ ,' be led astray by any possible warning need looking after I" pause of some minntes."I hands. "Ain't got rid of her

s time a quarrel rose tochangecars. /'We're going through," With which remarkable words he set don't know," I answered faintly. so easy yet !"

Oaf 1'iIlA 011 d between impatient Winter.Spnnga who Charlie remarked, "so just keep the down my bag, and winked at a by ",He didn't tell me ; he just said, when I will draw a decorous veil over tM-

&hat d to grafbeard h18 throne would c1ng seats, and don't pay any attention." I' stander."What's. he went to get me some lunch, that I embrace that followed, and the profan-

''Y Td,turn onset it II, quoth clothe, Ahstn the earth>6S anew.r0 nodded obedience, and Mr. Vail the row?" inquired the wasn't to move if the man said to ities with which Charlie punctuated it,

reip,$ all my b"f\utieslie "' marched out of the car, leaving me to person thus invited to participate in the +j change cars, for we were going and the compliments exchanged by the

1 -:.>Bowailed for fear of such ai you! peer after him in the crowd and catch enjoyment of my woes. Then they i I through ; and I told the man so, but he populace, who evinced the wildest joy-

to the sunbeams couing1y.Sbewrned the last glimpse of his straw hat van- whispered-about me, I suppose-and made me change." at what was supposed to be the discom-
-nell and said "To you alone ishing down the street. everybody turned and stared at me. That train is a-going back to New fiture of villainy. I will merely observe

'BttSBBSSKsraw.itat I watched the crowd, when Charlie Poor little bride There I stood, York," said one of the last arrivals, that the whistle of the Boston train cut

110 mpjd by her answered smiling to her call, 'I was out of sight, and mused and won- holding fast my parasol, with a shawlon grinning. "(Joing through to Boston, short our little scene, and that I was ,

*'lie SuJ1beams Winter fall.well, dered over the faces, and built up all one arm, my own smaller satchel on was you? hauled up on the last car amid the cheersof

S1etkkmgdom soon began to sorts of dreamy speculations upon themas the other, and Charlie's bigger one at "I don't know where I was going," the bystanders, greatly multiplied .

I think,'* he,coldly said, one does in a crowd when they have my feet, feeling like a very lone lorn I at "wered'ery shortly. since Charlie's appearance on the scene,

if YOU of WI haunt and, lieUjIOI1.four nothing better to think of. Presentlythe critter" indeed. "Let me see your ticket," said the and speeded on my way by a parting roar

)(1.dory still meadows shall day by day," door banged op?n, and the voice of There stood three men in a knot, kid gentleman, feelingly.He from one benevolent personage to "keepa

J, d o.!thAt night a messenger"d, some unseen functionary shouted, contemplating me, and any quantity of had a compassionate way at look- tight eye on my young man, for he

B1 Winter sent blossom tOdvla aid "Change cars for Boston !" the same species coming and going, ing at me over his spectacles ; and he warn't to be trusted as far as you couldsee

Cpofl each duyd lavish hanJ who all looked at they passed him!" Also that Charlie shed bank
aheet 01 mow With Everybody began to scramble their me as looked queerer still when I answered

prinrhen,she beheld bags and bundles and canes together, and then turned round and stared faintly : notes as well as buns in the excitementof

,And nelOl1veulf)f1 tfei& of Jnter s reIgn, and there was a rush among the few again-and there was no Charlie visible "He's got it-and-my moneyandoh the chase and that my fine parasol,

s >> she his BoOly purpose kissed once her again pets.Sind ,: who remained my fellow passengers. I in all the range of surrounding country. why don't he come?" with an agate handle, the wedding gift

' is the for'led heart of each white flower watched them go without emotion, and Dire thoughts began to be born withinme Here I cast loose all ceremony, and 'of my beloved Arabella, is probably

I' nor She laid a bit of g.llden closely gun there merely settled myself more comfortably and to turn me cold and damp with I burst into tears. marching around Blankville, now poisedin

dad Vnhllsweetdaisy bade it nestle was done. for the solitary journey "through"which extreme terror; the nightmare of my "Oh, don't cry now," said the old the lisl'-threaded hand of some viI-

I Charlie had indicated-wonder- infancy_being lostcame back I gentleman, soothingly. "Don't, now! lage belle.

And tkm' golden sunshine field-flower warm*rew.and bright, I ing a little where its terminus might be, upon me, and crushed my seventeen I It'll be aU'right-'ou'll be taken care

itSi forever !in ate heart. but in no wise disturbed thereat. I years and the new dignity of Mrs. i of. Where did the-your friendwheredid
.The while- its leaves, like MART DOW D.,are BRIXK.white I stared out at the people for five minutes Charles Vail, Jr., with a swoop. What he go?which way?"

1 longer-at least so said the fat faced was to become of me ? Supposing there "I don't know," I sobbed from behind Horticultural.The .

clock in the "ladies" room opposite my had been an accident, and Charlie my handkerchief.

My Wedding Tour. ', window, though t made it fifty at least knocked down and awfully mangled, or "Went to get some lunch, did he say? first and most important consideration .

: by mental calculation, and then the that he had just vanished away, as one Well, now, can't you tell me what sort in selecting spot for the gardenis

I was only seventeen when Charlie I door swung open again. This time ahead occasionally hears of respectable gentlemen of a looking person he was, and perhapswe the situation. The most suitable is a '

married me, and I wrote myself for the projected itself into the car, roared having done, and never would can find him? Was he old or young?" very gentle inclination toward the eastor

mst time Mrs. Charles Vail, Jr., and I "All out !"evidently at me-and van appear again, or be heard of at all ; a'' southeast, that it may have all the-
"Young I murmured, still behind
saw the Initials of the same blazoned on ished again. "I won't get out,*' I replied supposing I were just to stand there advantages of the morning sum. The
barrier of cambric. "W-with a yellow
.sew"-Saratoga trunk, when we I defying the empty air. Charlie "waiting, the trains shrieking away in I next preferable .exposure is south or
my moustache, and g-grey clothes, and a
darted on,our wedding journey. My I told me to sit still, and I'm going to. the distance, and night coming on, and straw hat." southwest. If sheltered from the northor

Aiding journey! I can speak of it Oh, Charlie why in the world don't all these strange men staring and whispering northwest so much the better. I
time was when it I ? I should begin to Pretty bad business!" one of the men avoid if the .
otaly now, but the you come back ? Pretty soon Always possible, neighborhood

harrowed up my inmost soul. To this I But no Charlie came to answer me, cry, fer I couldn't stand it much longer; muttered aside to another. "Sharp of large spreading trees, as their

day Charlie'becomes wroth when it isneiioned I and I began to stare out in the crowd and here I began to feel for my PACket fellow!"dryly responded a second. And roots will exhaust the soil and their

,, and says it is my "confounded with rather more anxious eyes, and to handkerchief, and that reminded me of then there were some antistrophes of shade injure the crops.
'' but he knows, pocket-book as a slight resource. I "What's the matter?" "It's shame!"
imagination; my ;,
and to
grow a little hot and uneasy, The conveyance of pollen from one
and I know well that that is only one certain thrills dived to the utmost cover of my pocket "Left her, did he? from a small crowd
think with unpleasant '
I flower to another in cross-fertilization
that had this time started aroundme.
covenient little loopholesthrough before I remembered that I had confided by up
ofe those running down my kick, what would become is effected naturally by the wind or by
which masculinity can it to Charlie with wifely duty, at -
big ,
of me if the train should tart the agency of insects and other
crawl on emergency; and the facts regaining and Charlie shouldn't come back at all ? the outset of our wedding trip. "Well, now, just come in here and creatures. Flowers that require the

unchanged and indisputable, I At this alarming discovery a cold sit down," said myoId gentleman
At this awful point in my meditations, aid of insects usually offer some attrac-
shall defy Charlie 'and state them to moisture broke out entire paternally, gathering up my bag, "and
the locomotive cave vent to an unearthly upon my tion to their visitors in the shape of
the world. frame. A night vassed under the lee compose yourself, my dear, and we'll
screech, which I took for a premoni- bright color, fragrance or sweet juices.
Imagine then, reader or listener, of the crouched little see what can be done. Don't cry! it'll
tory symptom of departure, and was so depot, among my The color and markings of a flower
whoever you may be, that the last loomed before me unless only flurry you, antI won't do any good,
terriiied that I started up from my seat, possessions, now often serve to guide the insects to the
silken train has swept itself out of just as the little door swung back for I could deposit the same possessions you know. There, that's right? ForI honey, in the obtaining of which they.
Trinity chapel, and the last note of the diamond ring and I wiped my e"esith the remant of a
the third time, to admit of a last warn- or pawn my are compelled either to remove or to
:March" shud- sob pulled veil down and was turning -
inevitable "Wedding gold bracelets for a night's lodgingand my ,
I ing, like that of Friar Bacon's brazen my I deposit pollen.
itself out of the groaningorgan to follow him when behold! as I
derered big head. This time the face reappearedon a ticket back to New York. I ,

and that Charlie and"I are mar- a big shaggy suit of clothes some six suppose the horror depicted on my swept the landscape o'er with one last VARIETIES OF .Messrs. Paul

ried. Also, that the kissing and crying feet high, and was a grim, not to say countenance was a sufficient challengefor look of desperation, there appeared Butz and Sons, Newcastle, Pa., say :

over fc achieved, and the voices of my irate visage. inquiry. I don't know what an Cliarlie-grey clothes, and straw hat, We frequently have orders for hardy

husband's sisters and my maiden aunts, extreme it must have reached, but and moustache-coming in the ever blooming roses, and when such
Ming down blessings on our heads, are "Change" cars, miss, said the person!' somebody appeared to find it moving, distance, with a brown paper parcel orders come from the southern states,

kappflj lost' hi the distance-that the gruflly. I told you so twiee before for a benevolent voice presently salutedmy under each arm. they can be filled to the letter, as there-

only sound we hear is the rattle and I'm to sit still" I replied meekly, i. ears. "There he is!" I shrieked, droppingbag the Tea, Noisette, China and Bourbon

roar of an express train thundering "I'm going through." I thought this "Are you waiting here for anybody, and parasol in my ecstasy, and rushing classes are hardy, and grow and bloom

eastward, and'I am looking out into was the right thing to say, because miss?" I turned around with a gasp : down the platform with extendedarms. well without the least protection. But :

the the fields Charlie had said it ; but it didn't have I. when such orders come from the north,,
golden noonday watching of alarm, which subsided, however, "There he is Oh, call him,
and roads and villages and woodlands I the right effect. when I met an elderly face, spectacled .1 somebody-tell him I'm here Make they are difficult to fill. Here the eyer-

nee past up, and sweep back into alike "Change cars then-there's the Bos- and benign in the extn'-nre. him look this way! blooming roses grow and bloom beauti-

There there. This runs fully, through the summer and fall,but
room, running water. west ton train over car "
"Excuse me, miss, said the old "Where? Which? Whereishe?
Ho blissful, young fools-but it back to New York." are no*, entirely hardy, while the classes
gentleman, in a sympathizing tone cried a half a dozen men,quite excitedly.
i&t of our bliss or our foolishness, I simply stared at the person, in a that are hardy do not bloom all the
are you waiting for anyone? "Him in the straw hat, with the j
either'"that I tell that he seemed to take time To such as must have hardy
am going }'OU- dogged way
"I-I-yes, sir-I'm waiting fori bundles! Halloa, sir Stop
only if the single adventure of our very ill."Come. him!" and three small boys and one roses, we say order Hybrid Perpetuals,
wedding tour. im Climbers, etc., but where a continuous
he exclaimed, waxing i. I came to a dead stop. For Charlie, one man started in pursuit.
Charlie had 't told me where we were patient. "You can't sit here all day, supply of flowers are wanted through.
should I ? 'My husbandwas a There hur-
say Poor Charlie he came,
toga and I rather liked being left in I I know. Where do you want to out the entire summer and fall, order
you which utterance justnow.
I step was rying along in our direction, rather varieties those classed
feMrance ever-blooming or
than that
,knowing no more "
go? I only turned very red choked, it is but his
swiftly, true, quite at ease,
under the head of Tea Noisette China
wt were being swept to some I stammered. ,
away lit-I "I-I-don't know, and twisted the handle of my bag in : and with a smiling face, when my four
tle paradise of our own-it might be I was told to sit still, and I-I must silence. And and Bourbon. They may be protected!
island of the Hebrides or Crusoe's I, back." champions gave chase. just as during the winter,except in the extreme-
waittill the person comes "Is there anything I can do for their voices and
they uplifted just asCharlie's
kngdaan-or Eden,'itself. We stoppedat north, by being bent to the ground anda
The stared back at me now "
? the
person you eyes, sweeping surroundingscene
a covering of six inches of leaves or
good stations the that
many by "
way with interest.' Where's your ticket, "I-don't know-where to go!" I appeared to light upon them-
looked straw (leaves are the best) thrown over
anything but paradisical but I ,
; said he, extending a dirty hand. burst out. "They told me to change I just then did the locomotive behind
saw everything through a glass rosily them, and a little brush on these to
answered in and I didn't expect to and I clon't had been few min-
I which
"I haven't got it, cars, we sitting a
*s I flat there demure and mute by keep them from blowing off. Defer
Char know what to do." and which had been backing
meek and conciliating tone, My- utes before
Cbadie's, side The shadows were covering for winter until cold weather
-at-least the gentleman who is with My new friend looked bewildered, and !snorting and advancing and backing
Pawing short, and it was just noon, fairly sets in, as moderate freezing will
when me has got them both." and then came a step nearer, as he inquired again* after the manner of trains, chose
we stopped at some "ville" or not injure them. Treated in this waythree
< ,whose long,low,straggling buildings II winters out of four, they will go
sit still did he?" "are alone ?" of the bell and to
must be Told you to you ringing go puffing on
unharmed and should
crowded I
close the track and through even
upon ,
the I made ne reply to this unwarrantablelack No, no," I said very quickly, under its way kick to New York. And
dusty village street, branching I they be killed outright, they can be
to absent breath. Charlie first stared and then
off of respect in referring my my I wildly
at right angles are photographedny replaced about as cheaply as other bedding
1Ipen memory. Not for anythingsically I. lord, but drew myself up and "Who is with you ?" said he, with a I turned around and chased locomotive, plants. e

looked severely out of the window. kind of confidential compassion that a i, and the three small boys and the man

n1y good remarkable many teams; there and farm were I Well, you can't go back to New little confused me, not understandingit. :I chased him, nding the air with shoutsof -. .
York observed my tormentoruui- "Stop him? '
ta8 a and ,
open carriages and light
onyallg standing about with, the lazy marily. The best thing for you t > do "My-a-a-gentleman," I falteredout. But Charlie couldn't keep up with i Getting Even With Blum:mthat,

homes rubbing against,the old worra- is to get out and look for your ;gentleman : lie went out to get me something the train very long, and the impotency -
miss." Saying which he jerked my and he told me to sit still and seemed to break him
eaten of his efforts
under the row of drooping Mr. Isaacs and Mr. Blumenthal keptri'al
from the rack turned the oppositeseat not move ; and a man came and mademe I'I he had himself
teen trees and bag suddenly, after run very
plenty of thePlatform
people on and I don't know clothing stores on the Bowery,
had inverted, back change cars-
hot buns
which Charley hot and damp and shed all the
,crowding together for greeting within a few doors of each other. Mr.
to take and I
which we were -
and good-byes it into its place, and, by a species of moral I car from his brown paper parcel for twenty
; was a commonPlace Isaacs was always to be found with his
suasion, caused me to pick up my don't see him anywhere. 1 I yards along: the track. He turned and,
every day picture enough, and I and head out of the door soliciting custom
I choked bit lips
JIlt even a shawls, parasols, etc., and folloshim Here my I I faced his pursuers like a man at bay,
pretty one, except in frag- two hard to wink the from the verdant passer-by. Mr. Blum-
en submission to the door. winked my eyes they fell
There was a exodus in abject and figuratively speaking, upon :
general this
enthal objected to shoddy mannerof
fhecar Now where did gentleman go?" the tears down. him. I
and a rush diunerward I found that the
!" friend doing businesSjhaving
"A gentleman repeated my ,
he handed me out on
he demanded as "
supposed toward the Stop there! Where are you going?
swinging solemnly. Bthis time two more men I watchful Isaacs had captured severalof
gnof t lame "house" the platform. Come back after your young lady, you
or other down to listen. "Your I his customers, and one day he went
I had drawn near
jy] little 'country street ; and He went to get me some lunch crisis, to I I father ?" scamp !" "Ain't you ashamed of your up to Mr. Isaacs and said: "Look here,
le3 looking at his replied,'almost ready at this self?" shouted the small boy in ecstasy.
watch, said it "X o." :. Mr. Isaacs, vy don't you keep your ugly
W1I helve o'clock-and disgrace myself and cry. I "Wanted to run away, did ? Didn't
didn't I want face inside-? You might peeter get a
brother then ?
did he ? "Your very mysteriously. I
to sit till
-1neh "And told
you I do it this time, old feller 1" jackass to stand by de door. He would:
holrle I didn't but of he Well, you stand right here and keep a
course "
"N-no." "What the d-do you want ? said make a big improvement" "Vy"said
4Imusf Boston
have for him. There's the
Itane4 '; it, and immediately lookout in fifteen minutes, I began to get very red and uncom- Charlie, fiercely, only he used the whole Isaacs, "I did try dot vonce, und all de-
lp He there
wouldn't be five min- train over goes
word instead of the initial. "Where's to him : 'Good 4 it without fortible and to wish they wouldn't peoples day pass py say
he can't into your
I and get
musn't move till I II I 1 Sarah? Where's my wife?" I day, Mr. Blumenthal ; I see you'vemoved.
inside of it stare so.
him if he ain't
$ seeing
to ,
was I
guard our two I I 1 dear?" There she is I"roared dozen voices .'" ,
lid let oo one come nigh them, I I already ; and my advice to yours, stick "Where are you going, my ,


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From Enterprise to Tlrnsvtlle.
C. Norwood&Co.have ,75 square Leave Enterprise Monday Wednesday and C. NORWOOD & CO., pUI'r<<:II\Un JI.\1'.

Tomato crates (bushel)at only 12 J cents Friday Arrive at 5 iit-TUuaville a.-tii. Monday Wednesdayand PRITCHAIID&MAY, DEALERS IX v

each. A good bargain; Frldavjit lltnavllle p. in. and REAL EST.TEG 1'S.
Leave Tuesday Thursday OFFER FOR SALE : .
-We learn that the steamer Ibis is to be ,Saturday Arrive at at 5 Enterprise a.m. Tuesday Thursdayand STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, TitusYilltDtt >,

hauled put and put in first-class order for Saturday at 9 p.m. Business, Residence ,Lots, Confectioneries Flout
From Daytona toTltusrtllc.I
running agaiILSanchez's I Leave Titnsville, Mondays, Wednesdays and Dwellings in 4
and Fridays: at 5 a m. Fine Tobaccos andCZGAES.
boat this
Trading was
: Arrive at Daytona Tuesdays Thursdays -
place last Saturday, and started down .and Saturdays at 9 it.m. TITUSVILLE.Also .
Leave Daytona Mondays,Wednesdays: ,and
the river on Monday.. ,Fridays 5 a.m. LaGrange, -
Arrive at Titusvlllc, Tuesdays, Thursday, Unimproved Lots In CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, FlOril1a.
-We learn tha.Mr.J. E. Gruber has :and Saturdays at 9 p.m. \Vm. (-ntt. -'.11 'M._
I From Titnsvillc to Eau Gallia LAMPS& FIXTURES, TltiwvlltengCOTT:&. "
been appointed Postmaster at this place 5saroN :
:, Leave Titusville Tuesday and Friday at Indian River City. & THRASHER '
rice R. C. Scrimgeour resigned.The 5 n.m. WOODEN & T I X ,, ., It E. ,
Arrive at Eau Gallic Tuesday and Friday
list of
"\ : Post office will be located shortlyin I at 0 p.iii.Leave. SSfHave large ATTOIIXEYS-AT-LAVT.
the small building on the Lund House I Eau Gallic Wednesday and Saturday Corn Sanford :
.at U Meal : Florida
lot back from Washington Avenue.C. Arrive. at Titusville. Wednesday and Satur. Orange Groves, Mr. :Scott is now located' atTUnsVin*,*
i day at p.m.TAT
Neal Estate Lawa !
R. Carlin, of this place has started I speciality .

work on his new boat. She is about I I will be ASSESSOR'S at the Precincts the follow- ON HIGH HAMMOCK & FIRST-CLASS Hay, r*. ii. jiAGiirucR, -

twenty feet long and eight feet beam. ing times for receiving the Tax Return- 1-I.\C LANDS, COUNTY SURVEYOR

Quite an enjoyable time was had at LAST BOUXD. Oats Etc.also ,
St. Lucie June f th ,
the City Point fish fry last Friday. "0 Eau Gallie, 9th -Which we are offering at- AND NOTARY PUBLIC

C" says LaGrange was quite well repre City Point, 12th agents for Rocklcdgc, .
Burnham's, 15th) _
sented.Mr. Haulover, 19th Jacob Reeds' Sons, s. JONES.ATTORNEYATLAW.. -,
.Ralph Gibson, of St. Sebastian LaGrange, 22nd PINE-APPLE LANDS Mixon
was in town last week and informed us Titusville, 23rd CLOTHIERS,

that he had sold his fifty acres of ham- W. R. SAXDEKS, .ts+e.oIUr. First Quality At Low Figures. Samples to be seen at store. .

mock land on the St. Sebastian for$2000.In Titusville, Florida, May: 24,1SS3.
Scicral LarKcTractM Of NOTIOKSDOMESTIC :: Titusvllle. Florida
the case of Mrs. M. E. Titus, vs NOTICE. ,

J. M.Stellenwerf, in the Justices' Court, I will be at Titusville 30 days, commencing HEAVY HAMMOCK LANDS. & FANCY DRY GOODS TWT. E. i\CLISII.
the ht day of June, for the purpose ,
yesterday the jury failed to in a
agree of collecting taxes for 1SS2, after Notary Public State at Large.
verdict and the trial has been postponeduntil which time my books will be clo>ed.FUUTHEB well adapted to Gents' Clothing & FflraisMDi Goods. Affl-lnvita drawn and all business entrusted
larch fat 44 tf,
August NOTICE. Sugarcane,Bananas and Early vegetables. -- to me promptly attended to. '
-Remember that Norwood's Hack All persons transacting any business O.llicc at his residence.
for winch a State and Ccmut.UCl'Jl i is J. M. Dixon
Also Lands in all Titusville.
unimproved sec- Florida.
Line will tri-weekly to Enterprise -
carry you, due and unpaid will please come forward
connecting with the St. Johns River and obtain such licence, raid licenses TITUSVILLE, : t FLORIDA. CO"'I 1:.
tions of the IX
steamers for Jacksonville. Fare to may be obtained from J. A. McCrory at county.A Dealer In

Enterprise. Titusville, who is my lawful deputy, for FE"1'EUY DESIRABLEHomesteads Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
that puriHjse. D. W. )I<:Qr\JG. Articles. Physician and Surgeon
and Toilet
The Base Ball fever still continues to Tax Collector for Brevard Co. Fancy

be the rage. The colored boys of this NEW ADVERTISEMENTS., -- -- -- Left. Perfumery, Dye-stuffs, Paints, Oils, Titusville Florida

place have ordered their ball and bats, Parties having; money to purchase mortgages Varnishes brushes,&almost everything g .'. cat.\v.
and we learn that they will soon have FOR INDIAN RIVER. will find safe investments on un- kept by a first-class Drug IJou:; .

their grounds in readiness.A llouLtedccurity Any drug, medicine or instrument Watch Maker and Jeweller:
HART & SMITHSRockledge needed by customers
light one-horse wagon and harnesscan and not on hand, will be ordered. ALL WORK WAUUANTEl

be purchased cheap from a party desiring : Line. Prescriptions carefully compounded Work or orders left with P. F.. Wager or at
to of the The Real Estate placed in our hands for sale, night or day with accuracy and dispatchby Post, Uftll-('.Titusville or with A.Brady at La
dispose same. wag- The Steamer, "ASTATULA, iJruii::c will rfcet\prompt attention.Will be
exchange or to let will receive competent persons. 1y36NEWSPAPER In TUusville, Jlonday.Dlt. .
on is in good condition and the harnessis will leave Sanford and Enterprise, attention., prompt every -

as good as new. Address this office. every Tuesday and Friday for Lake Poin- Titnsville,May 24.18S3 4 tf B. R. "'ILSOX.wm t

-'Velearn that our druggist, Mr. J.JL pett Landing, connecting at Rockledgewith
Dixon,burned his hands severely, one steamers for TItus\-illeand all points Titusville & Lake Worth.0STRANDER'S Subscription' Agency.The continue the practice of Medicine In .

day last week, by handling phosphorous.The on Indian River and Lake "Worth. The undersigned having opened a" Titusville and vicinity,

timely aid of an antidote alleviated Astatula will call at Salt Lake for Titus NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCYWill
Office at J. M. Dixon's Drug Store.
the terrible effects of the powerful sub- ville on Tuesday's trip.RETURNING.
be pleased to receive subscriptionsto
stance.The mail between this place and Will leave Lake Poinsett every Wednesday r. S. ItlAILLIXE, any

Eau Gallic is now being carried in the close connections and Saturday made at 4 with p. m.daily Prompt line The Fast, Light-Draft, Steel Hull Periodical or Newspaper published. Visiting Dentist.
-o-- Makes frequent trips to Indian River.
yacht Zelia. The Zelia has just been steamers for Jacksonville and all loins
launched after having been repaintedand North. Capt. Joe Smith, Steamer, Save time, trouble and expense by applying Lake Worth &c.

overhauled and presents a fine ap- 3 tf Manager. "CINDERELLA!" to C1IAS. II. NAUMANSubscription P.: O. Address, New Smyrna, Florida.

pearance. A. L. HATCH: :, CAIT.WILL II. Mooiic, Agent, C. XAOIAX.
The Cinderella's large gear wheel Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla.
was broken into fragments, last week, DEALER IV Having ample and splendid accommodations Justice of the Peace and
for Passengers and Freight, and
while returning through the Narrows.No GROCERIES, arranged expressly: for the Mall Service LUND HOUSEWill Notary Public state-at-Large.

blame,we learn, was attached to any and Aat ration of this beautiful -
of the officers or men. Captain Moore PROVISIONS, River, will make regular trips until remain open during the Summer. Office at the Haul-Over.

arrived at this last and further notice, between I
place Sunday DRY GOODS .
A. Deisner, Proprietor. T. JOIISOCOCKSIll'TT..
started for Sanford on Tuesday morningto
Titusville alld Lake WortlfYia'tliB Rapids
instruct Mr. Ostrander, who has not Hardware and General Mcrchaii ise, THE SLOOP "AGNES ,
Notary Public, Slalc-al-Large,
returned yet and who at that time had CITY POINT FLOUIDA. Touching at all intermediate landings, and '

not heard of the accident, to forward another March 4w UliTHE as follows: commanded by
CAPTAIN JOUN MCLEAN, Justice of the Peace.

gear wheeL Leaves Titusville, Tuesdays and Fridays Makes regular trips on Indian River. Court day, first Saturday of each month.!

Captain Schoonmaker, of the Astatnla, FUR"Appropriately at 6 o'clock, a. m. SHE CARRIES A FULL SUITLY OFGroceriesDryGoods LA GRANGE Florida.
brought down from Indian River, last
Leaves Lake Worth, Wednesdays and ST. CLAIR-ABICAMS, R. L. Sorreion.
trip, an individual named Crawford Bon-
State CountyJtulgeofSeventh
named. Sundays, at 10 u m; the Rapidsat Canned Good, Judicial Attorncv
( ,
nell, who says he lives near Valdosta,Ga. ;ircuit. Orange county

He is sadly demented, and twice jumped Beeaiiseol the extensive and varied. 2 p. m. Hats, Boots and Shoes, SI Clair Abrams & Summerlin.ATTOn."iEYS ,
assortment of FIRST CLASS GOODS offeredat
overboard on the trip,but by almost su- -:0-
PRICES which will Ladies' Shoes in great variety; Prints all & COUNSELLORS AT U1f'
perhuman efforts of Capt. S. was recover- tempt buyers. :E ?*Passage or freight apply on board. new patterns at low prices.
ed. On Always new Attractions, hence,a visit to Staterooms, two liertlusSl.Single berths ORLANDO, FLA.
arriving here the I
party was
I"TIlE FAIR" at Titusville, Is really en- 50 cents, Meals 50 cents each. Ready-made (MUm, Toilet Articles, Will Rive careful attention to collection,
placed in confinement and of tills
on Tuesday and will practice in the several courts
in joyable.A NOTIOXS. District.ami, in the Supreme Court at Tauaha&iee -
morning, apparently better condition, for the Season. and U. S- court at Jacksonville.
left for Georgia,,in care of Captain Ma- complete line of DRY GOODS of 5 iFor the cash onlD
March J J,46 Cm.
theson of the Welaka. The generous Best Quality at Popular Prices. JBa7"A man who w interested in his own LA GRANGE STORE,

hearted citizens of Indian River providedthe Just received, a line of Gent's Linen, welfare will be pleased to know that LUMBER Always on hand a general assortment of
Alpaca and Mohair Sack Coats, 0 75;: cts.and .
necessary funds for defraying the expenses GOODS.
Will be furnished to order on short notice
also White
of the unfortunate man on the upwards, $1.50, ANDREW GIBSON
a good assortment of Neglige Shirts in at 813.00 per thousand. -STRICTLY CAS11.-
trip to Georgia. He fancies that he has Keeps the finest oysters to 1* found inTltUSllllO I
been guilty of some unpardonable nn, Cotton, Linen, and Flannel made full i LUMBER SHINGLESAlways E. L Brady.
and substantial expressly.for our trader I 36
and is already experiencing the torturesof II I January 1SS3 3yr
a fiery doom.-Sanford Jovrnnl. ? i 5 cts. and up.We AND SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT 1'ATKOXS. on hand.C. .

o I MAGRUDER & CO. Florida .ranufhctt1re.
-The Second Annual Regatta at Titus- are still offering inducements in Culkc made

yule to be sailed on July 4th will be opento Ladies', Misses' and Children's trimmed I Plain and Fancy to order. S. RYDER.
.all boats included* in the following and untrimmed Straw Hats, Ribbons, : 'Dniul alicuy( hninl. ROCKLEDGE,

classes: Laces, Flowers, &c. Also a first-class Barber shop attached. Has just received and continues to keepin n: J. BERNE & CO., r

First- lass yachts; 20 to 30 feet. i 7 Bargains in Fancy Goods, Notions, stock a full and complete stock of Groceries manufacturers of the

Second-class yachts; under 20 feet. and Novelties. ISTOHAVOOD'SFast Hoots & Shoes. Hats & Caps In

Third-class yachts; all flat bottom boats, Elegant Glass Sets 4 pieces, Q 33e Hack Line great variety and General Merchandise AMAZON READY-MIIED PAINTS >",

excepting sharpies. Stand Fruit Dishes with cover, ofevery description. Ask for whatever

Fourth-class yachts ; sharpies. 60 cents. you may want. One price to all. Canned in all shades and ready forImmediate

Second-class. yachts may enter in First- Goblets, Tumblers, and Wine Glasses. Goods of every description a specialty.LUMBER ITse.

I class at 20 feetMeasurements cheap Yellow and White Bowls 5 cts. The Cheapest and Most Direct and i
grinders ofPure
in accordance with Boston and upwards.: !

Yacht Club Rules. Pitchers, 13 c and upwards ROUTE Will be furnished to order on short noticeat White Lead,

, PBIZ} Vegetable Dishes, 10 c" ToTItUHvllleaiid Indian River. $13.00 per thosand. Dressed lum-

$fA for winner in First-clas Old fashioned "Rockingham"Tea Pots, CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL. ber from 20.00 to 24.00 per thonsaud. & Colors In Oil.

$40 for winner in &cond- .". Plain and decorated China Tea Sets, -F- LUMBER & SHINGLES Office and Factory,

$25 for winner in Third-class. Bracket Lamps, Reflector, &c., all complete always on hand. No. 26 Ocean street, .
$25 for winner in Fourth-class. at $1.40. Tin pans holding from J THREE trips weekly between the ST.

...... pint to 17 quarts. Three of the "Biggest"and JOHN'S and INDIAN RIVERS. P. M. FISHER.PINEAPPLES. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

NOTICE. "Best" cakes Toilet Soap for 25 cents. Leaves Enterprise EVERY Monday, Wednesday New Information of Florida.

.: I will, by order of the Court, sell at Red, White and Blue Fancy Shelf Paper, and Friday Morning, arriving at. 192 pages new matter unto map for lSS!.

public out-cry on Saturday the 16th inst., 10 cents per dozen sheets <&c., &c., &c. Titusville the SAME day. Parties desiring to purchase pine-apple
Send six cents to R. Tallahassee
ondEiot of canned goods, a small lot of We always keep a lot of "Good Things"to ReturningLeaves plants will please send their orders C.Long,

hams and bacon, one half barrel of flour, please the palate, viz: Confectionery, promptly to E. J. RAWSON, or C. Drew, Jacksonville,Fla. _

one lot crockery, one lot bird and sundries Nuts, Currants, Dried Fruits, Fancy Titusville E\"ERYTuesday.Thursday 52 3m Waveland P. O. Fla. FOR SALE !
and at
Saturday morning, arriving
attached and levied on as the property Crackers, Spices. Raisins, Flavoring extracts Enterprise In the evening.-Address "Pine-apple. plants cheap for C85b.-a A desirable cottage,house and let in
of John M. Stellenwerf. etc.Orders
Titusville, also Blacksmith, wheel wright
, )L E. ENGLISH,Constable. ( by mail promptly attended to.) W. S. Norwood, AGENTS Wanted Svoctuofclunctct Books& Bibles and general at Ti WlrjJtt'. '
' ; u repairing shop
> Titusville Fla. June 6th 1SS3. G. W. MACKENZIE. TITUSVILLE, FLOUIDA. low Y.J.w.pnu,f 1.1:::-aee4I". ...t.nll..o.. r..>.Te N.hnik:IJtorml.term'tena.*. Enquire PRITCIIAKD &May. 24 tf


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