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 14, 1883


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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j*:-:;:: rtAUDULENT; .' PEN ION ., Tfie East and, West Coast Situationsas :chocs From Our Correspondent.What 4 :
; ; -.been, aid and written 1Il ref'rri to emperature_ Carefully ; '
't.. is the most-highly appreciate ,
oa but not half Considered. JULY 4th 1SS3.
Bystem, '
art in.Titusrille ? StewartConundrum. :1 i

j the, great frauds.upon To the Editor ISIAXD the HOME Times-,Union Fla.,June 5. The race shall be open to all boats owned or sailed by parties living on the Eastcoast What Is the most :.> :
... """" that daily of : pope
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'':fit Treasury of Florida, subject to the annexed classification.JIEAsc'.EMENr. ,. 1
; ' Upwards of one Tampa and Eockledge have recently lar staple article in Titnsvillo? ,Rice. :: j

million dollars annudc in the colums of the TiTTU:8-Union been Whoa Tommie r Did you have '
raga thirty The measurement adopted by the committee shall be the length on the water-line your
orY serves us _correctly, are compared in point of winter temperature.The added to one-third the difference between that and the length over .nil abaft the "Sunday breeches" on when, you spilt .I'J I

,- 11I1.., .,.,' forth"" relief of Federal sole object of the present writing is to stem. that honey \
.;: .. 11, in thelate"un- point out the errors in the comments of All measurements shall be made by the appointed measurer. and must be made f''
"Ajax. Vas
Nichtjerstanu tie
;".:.E.J... !. .d "West Coast after the boats arc In ballast for the race. encounter ;"I':
and also it the '
t we bop statement ".s7 !' vcu stayed .
tnex"Of arpt you so long y !
= that not half.iboT of the Winter Park writer upon which he mit friend? '
{ ptm feto conjecture All boats shall be divided into four classes, as follows: your : "
:. expended"Had thera been FIUsT CLASS. A whisper to the "handsome! young La '-1$
1. It is
an error for the Winter Park
f :;d toabt *9':the,manner of the disburs- : The first class shall: comprise all yachts measuring not less than twenty feet, or : Grangite," is to the effect that when ,.he 'i
, -i funds the people would not man to say "the northwest wind, as a over thirty. shoots his it/tti to "Sol"
mta -rffte t to let it be to the
I rule, is the only late wind that is ,
investigation of the unfriendly SECOND CLASS.
: : edan lee-icard.
.k, ,
w' Congress. It was Im- to tender plants." lIe should The second class shall comprise all yachts of less than twenty feet. : :
;; '1ub )j.the1ast that body to undertake have said "west and northwest. I have Yachts of this class may enter in the first as twenty feet. "' "Uncle Sam," wants another' sociable'rep 11 j-
, etigation.of fraud lived eight winters near Rocklodge and THIRD CLASS. soon so that a "Ray" of light ana .
the alleged ,
!'jj "best under the circum'orderingthepublication the coldest day I have ever known here The third class shall consist of flat bottom boats, including sloops, cat-boat5', and I )love may fall on the;sweet scented track' t 3
bap it;did :.the schooners of of the lovliest
."r of a was December 9d, 1876 and all that day regardless length. Rose-r La Grange. >,". :.
the wind blew FOUCTH CLASP. Our good friend "Scrim" ,
that heavily from the west. .
,: ,. ),d' t6e'asmes of 'pensioners The fourht class shall comprise all sharpie whether of Fair Haven '
Nonpareil or Has
, :-' have an op- It is not unusual for our west winds in modeL a new hat which I k'ery trim, ':l

dPeo.t. now seems winter to be both heavy and cold. It site on his head so round arid airy i

"West Coast" says there is no published ENTITY As to give him the appearance of a nice .. A
tb l 'io a very considerable extent All boats intending to participate in the regatta, must IH duly entered on or before .
i comply with the implied invitation or recorded observation of the June 30th 1S83. No nomination will be con illt'Cl'\l unless accompanied by theentrance sweet cherry, ;

,Stbc_ and assist in furnishing testi- range of the thermometer showing that fee of, Can the modern Pericles. exclaim with !_ 'i1j t

tbet it 1i enable the government, near the 28th parallel there is a ten ingtrending' S5.00 for the First Cla.s.s. $UKl for the Second CIa*.. his ancient namesake, when the last hour .
2.00 for the Third Class. $J.OO for the Fourth Class 'I
of the isothermal
( line
;..w:.possible, to expunge from the ) to the All entries must be addressed to ""Ill. B. Jloore, Titusville, Florida.PHIZES. approacheth : "None of you, my friends,
'fr14io11all; fraudulent names. CoL A.fcll&ure north from Tampa. were ever compelled by any mean actionof
This is an error, because Dr. Baldwinin mine to of "
of the Philadelphia assume a garb mourning? 1'-;
editor 1
The following prizes subscribed by the citizens of Titusville will be awarded and
;:fin a speech at Bradford, on Decora- his table of temperatures" given in his presented the Court House during the evening of the "Fourth:" Ha I ha! "Old Coon" thy whispering .... 1

;tm 'D 'J' urged: 'on, the Federal veterans "Climatology of Florida, published in $GO. TO THE WIXXEll IX THE FIRST CLASS. has been heard, if the gaino between the .1

'th ij&of examining the list and ferret- 1875, gives Tampa a winter temperatureof $-10. TO THE WINNER THE SECOXD CLASS. first and second nine was enjoyable; the ,

.< fi : who fleece the 62, 850 and Xew Smyrna, on the east TO THE needed
jj ?out the swindlers $25. WINNER IN THE THIRD CLASS. change must have been made.

:i uarj rra' the. strength of alleged coast 60 miles north of Rockledge, a $2:). TO THE WINNER IN THE FOURTH CLASS. "Be aisy boys." .J\-t

QI1 incurred in the government's ser- winter temperature of 63, 82. ALLOWANCE.The We are satisfied to have our friend cx.

,rioel remarks were heartily applau- 3. This writer thinks that to make allowance shall be eight seconds per foot to the mile.SAILS. Lewis give his beef to La Grange, if he .'' "' {

'c1edl\mDgconclusively that the people good his point of comparison between will continue to bring) hi heart to Titus- ., .11. !

do not endorse the rash and negligent Tampa and Eockledge, Winter Park must All boats shall be allowed to carry such sails a* the master chooses, without ruble to 1il-el, and aid us in digesting the :"" "
"tliat the of the Gulf of restriction.
assume water
:"nuauwin which the public money is be- liver and bones with which he so plentifully :f
the reader Mexico on that parallel is cooler in win- BALLAST. .'
:jaj-jajjgnindered. But, may ter thau is the land of the peninsula, and Live or dead ballast may be carried at master's option subject to the following supplies us. :.:
: kjirhy has Congress and the people that reservation: That no change shall be made iu the same except in position after the The one"who has so grossly misrepresented :
winds passing over the gulf are made ,':>' .
a :initedtboslongbeforegivingso stupendous boat shall have been entered and measured. the 'i
freed their attention. A moments cooler than those passing over the Ian d." Any master who shall during the nice increase or diminish ballast, shall be great Pericles, *' :
taioli frill remind: them that the peopleiieie I This is also an error, for no such assertionis !subject to disqualification amid his boat debarred from winning. kill better himself retreat from the field and 4 1

its and : necessary as it is not question of tem- THE RACE. among the other fleas. _', e
i 1guorant'of magnitude,
tte oKticians'and/ "statesmen" lacked perature between the water and the land, The race shall be called at 2 p. m. sharp, and each class will be allowed ten If the lessee is the man,.to whom av, at j'
but between the wind and the land. If minutes start. house is let Is Cowie the man to whom a :.;
.moral courage to move in the prem- Boats failing to start in the required time shall furfeit all time lost such \ '
the wind is colder than the land it will be by delay. cow is let? Answer. No, he is the man .f
jso;1 lW Eepublican leaders in Congress No race will Ini called in any class where there are not at least three entries.
made warmer by passing over the land, to whom "Bunkum" was let. .j
.4 once dfor in the pension bill a rare op- THE START.
and the land will be made Now Mr. Editor, "Coonie" wants to ,
'port ity to pay off their followers at correspondingly At 1:43; p. m. a gun will be fired as a signal for all boats to make ready.At j'know
Dr. ,
public expense and at the fame time colder. 00 p. m. a gun will be fired as a signal for the start of all boats in the third why Cowie dont "sue for repairs" ,;:
In the above quotation, "West Coast"assumc.i class; on "Bunkum." He. needs them f', ,.
IdM the"grand old party" intact. Ac-
'' loud-mouth that the wind from the Gulf must At 2:10 p. m. a gun will be fired as a signal for the start of all boats in the secondclass. worse than the "piezzer." :
uadinglPAevery' pot-house .
tinier who demanded "recognition" was of necessity be of the same temperatureas At 2 20 p.. m. a gun will be fired as a signal for the start of all boats in the fourth In Titusville there was a little pig,

rtwded by having his name placed on its waters. This is an error apparentto class. In Deisner's tomato patch it danced i"f

any one who will give it a moment's At 2:30 p. in. a gun will l>c fired as a signal for the start of all boats in the first jig. ...
the pension list; and thus, from day todij .fI
thought. It is true tint two bodies of class. While the pig was eating "mii a host"was '
,las it 1 increased, until now .it The start shall he a flying one and the time will be taken from the shore as the
bun isumed proportions the like of which unequal temperature brought into contact foremast. of each boat passes in line with the starting; stakes. beating, '*
will be cooled and the other warmedby And \
tberaddnever saw before. The Democrats one tun COURSE. exclaiming, 'CIakeiotgate oud de

n Congress,it is useless to deny, the contact. The extent of this process The course will be a triangular one opposite Titusville to be sailed twice around, street in.--r" o.-- Y. OT. : {

immre of this great fraud; but the will depend upon the closeness of the the entire distance being fifteen miles. Diagrams of the course will be furnishedon Riot and Harder in Archer. .
contact and also its duration. Texas application to of the Regatta Committee.
lacked ,inoral courage, coupled with ahrnmg any There was a riot at Archer last! Saturday j
,truckling policy to serve partyendjforbsdeany Northers force a.large volume very Cows& in which the town marshal 'was '"
cold air over the waters of the Gulf. The Yachts going free hall give way to those by the wind. perhaps
opposition from that wounded and his assailant
warmer area produced by the Gulf Yachts un the port tack shall give way to those on the starboard tack. mortally ; 1
Mmajfjley feared that in the event When two yachts by the wind are approaching a shore, or stake together and so subsequently killed. ,The following account -
Stream these cold winds
tij opposed the bill, the ever suspicious causes pass clan that thc'leewanhnu-t cannot tack clear of the! weathennost, and by standingon of the affair we find in the Times- :i
:BqmHkim of the North would impugn across the peninsula of :Florida. Theseare would l>e in danger of running ashore or touching such stake, the w'eatliermost Union: 'i'

.Jheirmotifw and charge that their our coldest and heaviest winter winds. yacht, on being requested to tack, shall\ instantly comply. The yacht to leeward A colored man by the name of Nelson .
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however shall t.ack1 s ion as die can do so without collision. ..
These winds coming from the icy regionsof .
Jordan a turbulent fellow drunk -
0et4irupremptedby was
1 sectional
prej- When rounding a stake, the yacht nearest thereto shall have the right of way. .
jBditt Hence,they either voted for the the Rocky Mountains, are very cold; No yacht dial! touch a stake and .to mark out the cour.-e, under penalty of tnd riotous. Marshal Knight attempted .. "

Iffl w pietly acquiesced. And even yet passing to the south they part with much forfeiting all claim to the prize. his arrest, but was interfered with by- 1.'

'&7lm,taken no active stand against of their frigidity, but often are below the RULES. other colored men, who urged Jordan to .

Jkijitem.; The fight is now being madetthefraud freezing point when they reach the Gulf During the regatta nothing but the! ltelll1call and line shall be used in soundingand resist the officer. In the melee which en- ,

of Mexico. Coming towards :Florida theyare no means t-hallllC used to propel a boat except sails. Boats may anchor during sued, Jordan drew a pistol ,and fatally .=i
by Republican EepreafctliBB. anchor
the race, must weigh on again starting.
*This may have been goodpBqrcathe gradually warmed by themtl'rs of During the rltr.1ttn yachts not entered are requested to invariably give way to wounded the marshal in the bowel s

part of our Democratic the Gulf and are usually harmless, even the racing craft without regard to sailing regulations. Acting:Mayor Andrews at once summoned .. ,

leases bat good or bad, they are cen- to the teiiderest vegetation, when they Any beat claiming a foul must report such claim to the judges within an hour a posse comitatus to subdue and arrest '\f
reach shores. But these after the close of the race.
our occasionally the rioters. The was fired into
RtnMefpr not having put themselves on The J udges will select one or more of their number to measure all boats before the race. posse ,- :ti:
Word a opposition to indiscriminate winds reach the coast of Florida charged whereupon they returned the fire, instantly

method of with frost and ice, but passing over an JUDGES.J. killing Jordan. The leader of the :
: rewarding men for serving the F. EEED, J(. O. BURXHAM, J.:M, DIxoN, ne-
"waj:They should have fought any area of laud warmer than thcuL.clnstherare J. SUIO SoY, J. II. HOGAX, N. N. PENNY, FRAXK oYE. groes is Sam Duncan, formerly employed
'& : gradually warmed so that at Indian in the United States Land
a' ..,|ktT it emanate from whatsoever TIME KEEPERS. Office and a

"oe :W abide the result But how- River and Eockledge they )have Jess of 1). D. WESSONB., E. WILsoN, S. H. RAY.At prominent colored politician.. Jordan a
era fbotonghly the pension list shall be frost and ice than at Tampa and the Gulf was also a well known politician. {

:'c and, however energetically Coast a meeting of the Suez Canal Company -i A special dispatch to the ..Aftr from It appears that Jordan for several days s '

.eet.and patriotic portion of our This of the reasons why the Atlantic held on Monday, the 4th instant, :. Dallas, Texas, dated the 5th state: A has been free in the use of threats of violence

:l &' on' may work to correct the evil, coast is: more exempt from frost at Paris, a proposal made by Count de storm on Saturday night seems to have ;and on Saturday a row was started .

4Uehthhittlehope that any practical than the Gulf Coast. "West Coast" fur- Lesseps to examine into the project for done its work of devastation in narrow in which he drew a very 'peculiarly constructed '

,! lti1m accrue. The men reaping'sLdofthe ther says "In fact the water of the Atlantic the construction of a second canal across strips inspections miles apart. At Cedar revolver on Frank Brown, another s

pension near the coast as far south as *>is- the isthmus was unanimously adopted. Hill, south of Dallas, the farmers report colored man. The weapon missed
fraudulently, M. de declares that the English that the growing crops were flattened to fire. He '' .t
1iidlt.o..: : their claims cayne is cooler than the water of the Lcsseps was remonstrated with, whereupon
manage too the ground, fences were blown down and
&1.1. isle Now if directors were giving their loyal assistance he became violent and turned his ,
? f,.summarily brushed aside. Gulf on the same parallels. the reapers and wagons standing in the
,, ems that the pension list is a this is a "fact" somebody ought to be ableto and prophesied that another canal field were rolled over and over by the wrath upon every white man in sight.In .

o not!the last claimant shall have give us the evidence of its verity. I would be built. M de Lesscps stated that fury of the winds. Near Hutchins Sta- attempting to arrest him the marshal

I and am aware that there is a tradition to that the improvements now being made at n tion the destruction was so complete as was shot twice, once in the left hand
; they will be
: cJ-'r.' a long to dishearten the people some of whom .
: :'Journey. As the average effect and so often repeated that it has cost of 30,000,000 of francs would suffice came to town yesterday, having given up and again through the left side of the : the South votes come to be part and parcel of the popular for the traffic ten million tons, yearly. farming and turned their attention to bowels. Jordan then made' a- rush for .

.,.', : +fteerhis"demise will many the thought and is proved by the kindred The company had a year ago decided to working as day laborers. The wheat the stores threatening to clean out every _
so undertake the building of a second route. in shocks was scattered to the
store in town and to burn down
Of current along .
Eepnljhican traditions: 1. a polar every T
pensioner draw his
They could accomplish this within the winds. Water in huge streams
; 01 k ipead long after the slab in the and near the Atlantic coast. 2. The Gulf limits of their lands, but could do the up fields and cut jagged ruts trough building. He made no further demonstration '1,

.ioarks his last resting place. stream makes the current of the Gulf. work much more rapidly and conclusively what had been model stands of cotton, against the negroes, who encour-

:1\- kand like I now only suggest that three fictions do if the Egyptian Government would corn and grain. aged his wildness or stood calmly by
t' F !-. many other evils'S grant free concession. He said negotiationsfor The hail stones were of large size, were without efforts to appease him. ::1
party has brought upon II not make one fact. obtaining the aid of England in this banked up in low places and left tracesof .'
;:ids fair to endure foreycr.6 At some future time I may return to object were proceeding favorably. havoc. They wrought in number, Three of Jordan's accomplices are ?- "1

lla the discussion of these: traditions.J. .' '> dead bodies of sheep, calves, rabbits, dogs now in jail at Gainesville. "
$.,' -'", ..... H. W. The Cuban budget, which was read recently and birds, which are to be seen on alJ ..... :
.--1..tQ"" oedn' that ., in the Spanish chamber deputies sides. Fifteen miles west of Dallas, great ,A Masonic temple is soon to lie erectedin : ,.:}
ft1-' the toilerof the provides for the payment of the balance of trees were torn up and carried great dis Ocala. The.structure win be
. \i t.s to "get oft" for a Work on the Jacksonville, Tampa and the indemnity$494,860 awarded by theHispanoAmerican tances. The orchards were twisted and three stories high, concrete! .with ;an t

;.ar; I. :.iL."i is4fmble'in the surf and Key West Railroad is pushing steadily commission to Americans stripped of their branches, and the young iron front. The order. seems'i to be ..'
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"; dIctD'tuk you to, I never employed you; whalebones, etc. ..
;i !. AMV HW v and I'll not pay it. You'd DO business Women with miniature by those who incline to' .

pay the take on their capital:_,: and jamming your .old .J.L. Beasly has a'hen with a very maintain that such waists are I whose busts are proauneatr ; :

'-*: :...., ..' .\which' "has, accrued. ,from" to r; pump wn. my neck. Drown is. myfamily progressive turn of mind. She has them and are independent of, who have been mot III. '.

k '", fiat rJi t'J'uiQIYuptothetlmewheh" : physician, and I'll not pay anybody scratched around and laid for her mas- have been born deformed.A Such a corset or bodice woQij q; h.\.
:tfat'rtcemt 'law, repealing bank taxes ter a pair of eggs of entirely new design.
: else" says Nixon. So'away went lecture on the that slight amount of type{

:was..,..-ct.JIU L,been. referred to the, Jones to Brown's office, and tried to get One egg contains the yelk, the other the dress was recently delivered for comfort and ,

4 ,Attpmey-General for an,opin1o The him to induce old Nixon pay the bill. white. Both are joined together by a under the ,auspices of the lecturer next referred to ? ;

: (' :mount of the t.r whJch.has:thus accrued "Jones," says Brown, looking out over ligamentous membrane,something after Health Society. and denounced pointed.. *(

4 is.'. about':$1,661,553.. The language the top of his spectacles, "I never the style of the Siamese twins.-Santa Th6 lecturer observed that heels. He thought the :t ea1 ...'

:r .of.therepealing. law,' seems thought you was a bad sort of a fellow, Rosa Republican. objects of clothing to cover usually worn by __,,
;: } 'tows,-U_.d decisive._ upon" the point raised but you've done a very foolish thing, ; EDUCATED CHICKENS WHICH FISIL maintain it at an equal great, and that the 1rOIIIe n .;.

:Jf': in this question. and it serves you right to lose your bill. i Aaron Lowe, of llawkinsville, has little or no concern_in some of i '\ was often excess ,, ..
; The first section of this law abolishes It's lesson to and I hope : of the .
a good you, some educated chickens. Among theirnumerous es period.In _
1 :. and deposits of I I. >
aH taxes uon
: you'll profit by it. Didn't I say be was accomplishments is the the low evening dress -
:3 J' banks find.blankets. aDd national banking dead?" "Yes," says Jones. "Didn't displayed in catching jack worms.sagacity neck and upper part of the Recent Legal DeciifonNUISANCEINCONPi

4:ft associations; except 'such, taxes as Smith say he was dead?" "Yes," says The fowls have been taught to take pine back are bare, while about *,
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1 Are now due, and payable. The law Jones. "Well that settled it I The man
extremities is accumulated
# straws in their bills them in the
j'. .. ,run
time when it ahall into ,
\ specifies no, go was dead, and you had no right to say of raiment that would n Bvu. .
holes where the worms live and then
'r'if 'effeCt and iMPCO toot e1fect.from the -A bill in equity
that he wasn't. When two old, experienced keep very quiet until the jacks move the children. was Ied bl..
moment Inwhich' the bill signed property owners
was doctors, like Smith and I, say straws. When this is done the chickens In the ordinary dress of praJiDctW: t
h the Pret-ident which was on the third a highway
a man is dead, its unprofessional and with great dextrity, snatch the straws tle regard is had for pe y
ef March. From that moment all the i property be removed
discourteous for a young man, a beginner equable temperature of the aiidtt t
rI I from the holes, and, nine times out often of the
'-Vir taxes named were abolished with theE up highway be
in practice, to dispute their word. they catch the jacks. Tom Jordon The covering of the
[ exception specified which in the express was nothing about the toX.
,. We'll this time because of
forgive you it's a real treat to them the chest above the line of
says see fishing
; terms Qf ,the law, applies only tot deleterious to the healtf iJtu
and will
your youth and inexperience, is thin that of
for jacks in this manner.-Atlanta} Con very perhaps
t .' reach taxes as are now due and ,paya- hush the matter up for you; but be stitution. or that rendered thtZ
:. :ble." If there are taxes coming only.The their habitations
any very careful in the future, and make no A SINO1NO MOUSE. region of the corset is uncomfonabbyj
: within this description then of course, -it was simply
mire such mistakest. Mr. Robert Beverly well-known covered, while about the; ,ips
;J': they must.,'be, paid.} ,.since, they are expressly .. have the building occupy the stnk:.
resident and landowner of ers clothing are
'Fauquier this
;; a. opted from the operation of case-Clark vs. DonaldaoMb
Gems. county, Va., says:: he has in his posseSion sThus the body may be
l the law.; but, if there are no "such Court of Illinois decided fl
a natural in the graphically into a frigid, a *
l of
curiosity shape.
.taxes,'* then there is no payment to be injunction could not be pig'
Innocence consists in the acknowl- a mouse that sings, chirps and has the and torrid zone.
&.1 made. : Schofield, in the opinion '
t1', What, then, the fact with reference edgement that one knows nothing of other peculiarities of the bird kind, i As regards tight lacing, The building having been. ;

J to this point? Turning to section 3400 truth, and can do nothing of good from minus the feathers and conformation. I beautiful female outline is of equity would not erectei

ti 1- ef'the Revised Statutes of the United himself, riot from the Lord. It consists It warbles similar to a mocking bird, young normal weII- case, interfere to, except in a

.r, ,States,we find there a provision which therefore, in being led by the and its' notes are of equal sweetness to a narrow waist is hideous. : If it were remnttk' .

,i- declares that bank taxes ha1l be paid Lord, and not by self. Therefore all either that or the canary.-St. Lora A miniature waist is a to property or life abuilding'dmya.before

& who are in Heaven are in innocence Globe Democrat. der circumstances and (' "fo
..,. semi-annually, on the first day of January any bear and decide upon a
c- for all who are there love to be led by ties are pleasing.The cue Qi
and the first day of July" of each
A WHITE PARTRIDGE. might act. nut if it is oaf jt
:! year. These taxes are "due and payable" the Lord.-Svxdenk/rg. waist is an inflection is in this case-an inconvenience}

f on theM days. respectively, and not God makes crosses of great variety ; Polk Miller has on exhibition at his between the lowest rib and how great Court
a of
1!. ,. before. They' gradually accrue during he makes some of iron and lead, that store a Virginia partridge which is No normal woman is waistless have no right to interfere jo8f

of the six months but look if crush ef nearly white. The bird was killed in its conspicuosn'sss depends aid
.every day previous ; as they must ; some the nuisance at
Fluvanna any rate betel
I they,are not "due and payable'except I straw, that seem so light, and yet are county during the late snow development. settled at law. .

on the days specified by law. no less difficult to carry ; some he and sent to Clifford' Bridges,who showedit Children have normally no It"

:i It, hence, follows that the taxes makes of gold and precious stones, that to Mr. Miller while it was in the tight-laced child is a gross CUSTOMS-ILLEGAL UKLOADO;...or. .

'I 'which' had accrued between the 1st of dazzle the eye and excite the envy of flesh. He sent the bird to Miss Drewryof deformity.The -OWNER AND MASTW.MT

:, last;January, which"was the date of the spectators but in leality are as well Chesterfield county, a seal taxidermist normal waist has a -LIABILITY OF,.VHBH*.

.z' last payment- and, the 3d of :March, able to crucify as those which are so i. and under her direction the bird of about 28 or 29 inches;'the boxes of cigari were..dn>|pi'

-y which was.the date of the passage of much dreaded.-Fcnflon. was stuffed, but it was so badly shot waist should be 20 inches; a steamship coming Jnta..1Ift

the law, not being "due and payable" Cultivate the heart, the intellect, the that it could not be mounted. The head I measurement of dressmakers' and the vessel was libeled la
when the law was passed are includedin of the bird is just:: like all hen partridgesbut penalty. It appeared that tl
body, the soul. Loot,;:out all evil I es now varies from 21 a *

,.ot- the repealing. provision. of the law, thoughts and hard feelings. Learn to the balance of the plumage is inches. was a common carrier, and.tbt,

and not in the exception which the law forget little injuries,f and remember almost'white.Rirhmond Whig.A Those who wish to cigais had been unloaded wittat

*. makes to that provision. They do not only God's blessings. So will your OEOROIA FOX UP A CHIMNEY. figures by stays have before knowledge or consent of the.'oner"

I5 come within the language of the exception heart grow light and your countenance Mr. Bose Price, of Tuwahaw district, conception of a 20-inch master of the boat. In tiffs ca-

f but do come 'within the general sunny, you will be at peace with God started out bird hunting one day last To the outline of this hOllr- States vs. Steamship Sarttaa-

provision of repeal. Congress may not and all the world, and that peace will week, but had not proceeded far before ed goddess they aspire. 'T'i' the United States Circuit Coat

have carefully studied the language it shine does his dogs I district of New York, Jndp-
through you as a lighted jumped a large gray fox. lIe The normal waist is quite
[>.. used; but the language itself, when candle within an alataster shade. was shortly reinforced by several other i ashionable waist quite round. in deciding in favor, of tilt

taken in connection with section 3100 Christian Lift. gentlemen, and the chasing became f\ No person enters.this said : "The act of CoBpt( :

.: .f the'Revised Statues, clearly repeals When one gets into a scrape about quite spirited, lasting for two or three ready-made fashionable waist. February, 1881declaresexpfiailj
all the taxes named from the 1st of last the asked is hours. Upon a vessel used as a common carrier
only question "What did being closely pressed by As regards health, the

f January. he do ?" and they all jump to the conclusion the dogs the,fox finally took refuge in Ls affected mainly by a not be subject to seizure or of
If there
are taxes
any on capital
and that if he did it once he'll do it Aleck Norman's house, to the great the five lower ribs, these by force of the proyisioniV
deposits still which
unpaid, were
: then "due and payable "then of again. Looking into circumstances consternation of the family, who were more movable than all the 34 of the Revised Statute*,m-

"such course takes time and trouble, and it isn't seated around the fireside. It first ran There i* a popular it shall appear that the owner.or

t' taxe :.remain, "due and payable human nature to bother much aboutother up the chimney, but did not remain effect that there ia plenty at the time of the alleged Bcgal

k and.are to be"collected, since they longer than minute was a consenting party or privy
people.-E. P. Hoe. a before it curried space inside the body, and
are excepted from the repealing effect of ."
: the recent law. This exception,however, A man must be excessively stupid, as down again and ran under a bed, from space the displaced organs

has no relation to the nearly two million well asuncharitable, who believes there which place of concealment }it was dislodged in tight-lacing. i INSTRUMENTS-HE-

t dollars of taxes which had accrued, but is no virtue but on his own side.-Ad- and promptly exterminated. Tight-lacing means a : COLLATERAL SECUBrrr-PIT-

,. had not become "due and payable." If di on. Henry County Weekly.AN not of skin, muscle and ".; TO BORROWERS. bank Jot

it was the intention
t:. diode: this sum in: the exception, it has Those in which we met a companion Mr. J.. S. Winne, of the upper part of Even a light amount of security. The notes were not

J'-' not done so hi the language used, and who was truly such.-Emerson. the city, has a very handsome and very affects these organs, and stays and were indorsed by H,'trot 01

if: the officers of the Government, surely, intelligent parrot. Its plumage is very by no means tight lessen the them for payment when d1
Truth alone like faith alone is dead.
:.. have no right to manufacture an inten It brilliant, and, though young, it speaks the chest for air: makers said that they hadfuuypfc*::"
.is only "the voice of one crying i in
'" tion for Congress where it is neither plainly a great many words and will Postmortems on to II. An action upon the not*-

>i-:- expressed nor implied. It would have wilderness' *' Prepare ye the way of the form sentences of its own accord. It the liver deeply indented then brought-City Bank .n.
tt-' Lord. It: is only a vessel to hold
will and
\:.' been very easy for Congress to use the say "Good-by" whenever any mem more or less seriously -and on the appt'allfrom.tIII-
what from
.. -word "accrued" in with the comes above However berof the family dons a hat to go out of The .stomach is also : of the trial'Court in favor of

H- words *(due and payable connection, such was great a thing it may seem to our external the hou.('. It says How do you do:" fected, as too are the lungs. defendant to the Supreme Court of'
and natural conceptions the least .
j.. it lDtentien.f .Are you very well ?" and whistled The diseases that the judgment was reversed.
thing in the kingdom of heaven }is
U. at the dog;: and the dog used to come, are chronic dyspepsia, liver Day, in the opinion, said: ""h
: greater than it for enters into
; Dr. Jones Mistake. ; nothing but he is '
now too wise altogether to be ments, disturbances of presumes the assignment of the-
the kingdom of heaven but goodness
fooled by a parrot. The clog and tie Ttgbt-lacing to the bank to be for value u&
; Old Nixon used to have a row with and truth conjoined-truth conjoined to : moreover, ,
his wife about three times a week. lie parrot eat together out of one dish, and or less useless the diaphragm proof was offered to show that the
love which only }is alive. Truth aloneis k
i.t'. got cranky and .made up his mind to neither, the bridegroom nor the if Polly don't get a full share the will cipal muscle of respiration.The id'ration was not sufficient to so*'
scold the dog like the worst of old the right of the bank to the not L
f shuffle off; so he filled up with laudanumand bride, but only the "friend" who breathing powers of the
scoliK Kiii ystnn (..V. 1') /m-mii/i. therefore the bank authorized i
went to bed. The old lady went to stands and hears, and rejoices at the \\aistedarcalways:: seriously ,

pr. screaming, and as fast as the neighlxjrscame DiVine voice.-l>r. inftfam 11. Ifo,- A DOG WITH ESTHETIC TASTES. and hence follows possibly the makers to pay II or consentedjfr-

; in sent them off after a doctor. romlf. "Carlo"' or inability for exertion, the or after the payment that it sacral
formerly a handsome
Some of them went in one direction and In this world, where there is so much and good-natured Newfoundland faint, etc. paid to him, or authorized H tote-
in another and it dog, payment, the bank was entitled+
some wasn't long real sorrow, and so much unnecessary belonging generally to the United States The circulation, moreover! :

ji before the doctors began to congregate grief of fret and worry; where med n steamer John F. Hartley, stationed :,; fered with, and certain on the notes.?

: Smith got there first and looked the of stumble in rough paths, and so many North Beach ; but of late he has shown ported of death from apoplexy e1 soL\'ENT DISCU.'ROE-DEBTDCJ;

; man over. "Dead," says i..\ and he push them down'rather than help them a disposition: to insert his incisors in the women who have tight-laced. ."; OF ANOTHER STATE.-In III

1 went away. Then Brown came in. where tears are as calves of the
'' up; common as legs of such individuals as Stays injuriously affect the on an account by a citizen f
f. "Dead, nays he. Jones, the thirdone smiles and hearts ache so easily, bare ut came into hw presence without a suit the back. .' against.a citizen of
; in, and he rammed a!\ omach-pump poorly fed on higher joys how of broadcloth
to These
on bespeak them'as muscles become '- in a Maine Court, the defend
f j down the old man's throat and pumped grateful ought we to be that God sends gentlemen. This particular abhorrence their function, that of pleaded that he had been discharged

: up the tlrusstoftTh'n he revtreed along' here and there, a natural heart of is
I persons illy-dressed gained so strong a spine, absorbed by the the debt byhis insolvency proceed
the action of the pump and tlooded the singer-a man whose nature is hold him
: upon as to induce him yestrr- they exhibit the usual in Maine. The Court overralrf
i old man with water, and after sloshing I and luminous, and who, by hii'ery dry to take clunk of flesh out of the muscles:: that have been long defense and the plaiatil'
r- him around for awhile-same as if her e carriage and spontaneous actions of of
leg the Thus
one attaches of the Hartley, the back is actually The defendant appeal-

was rinsing out a cider barrel-he calms, cheers and helps his fellow simply on account of that individual by the use of stays, and tho. case Hili3v vs. Carlton--to,.tbI'
i. pumped out the water and then flooded God bless the good-natured for
they to who
J happening have on garments that maintain that they Judicial Court of Nail
Nixon wasn't in the habit
him again. bless everybody else l IJercher.d .
were considerably soiled in consequence out the support of stays make affirmed the judgment. Tt*-
of taking so much water in his'n an Henceforth be mine a life ef action of having been at .
work cleaning ma argument of the opium- Justice, in the opinion, said: \"B '
pretty soon he began to gasp and Tsck.Before and reality! I will work in my own chinery. The two had,up to that time after having by indulgence of
competent for the Legislature
' morning Jones had him all rich; sphere, nor wish it other than it is. been the best of friends, but the bondsof craving for the drug, asserts to pass any law suspending"} "

r. and went away feeling dead sure that This .alone is health and happin es S. affection were suddenly sundered and, cannot do without it. the rights of action on'eos"
r' there was but one first-class doctor in This alone is life.-L nqftl19l'. after
> having his
legs tied together, cumstances do young girls made by a citfzen of this SttJt.
the world. A few days afterward hepresented The common doge that delays are .
Carlo was pitched into the bay, and in and to the bulk of young [ citizens of another State.
his bill. "What's this for ?" dangerous acts the
I as spurs upon resolution. the
I j course of ten minutes the same -'
he food remarks
, I I was applies.A laws of a State can hare
says old Nixon. "For saving your life .-Don Quixote. I I for the fishes.-San Francisco Call: moiified corset "'
beyond its own(border

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Madison county has produced toe. first ,,From oarie=correspondent.) .

> ,JPSE14, 1888.. cotton bloom_of the season. WAesnrama; D.:a June: 1, 1883.

; ,:; lt i,fHDSSDATtFlorida.. :One.steamer. .took recently from Key A strange revolution has taken placein '

."' ".4' ra& West, e hundred barrel of Washington during .the last two or ,
:i. ,f;; -:' : pineapplesThe .
;' ., ,, ... Journal I three years. Suddenly and without pre-
.. thnB
I. ,' r.:;;; WAGER, Volosia -
.. i ," ... ,
"1'.,; *! monition, it has become a city. Formerly '"
,i'tl::' fjf ;:Editor A- Pab ..Ja r. county should be divided into two. TRUETemperance .. ; .
.. counties. the town went to sleep when Congress .
.'" ,: 'fIi' : in advance.hollaepace .""
i;; adjourned and enjoyed the deep slumber
.' h. : 18 egoarea The citizens of Gainesville have subscribed .. "''>c'"
; : :'t.p., '
":!ot 1sOU_.. that follows a carouse. Now it is awake although ,
:1/}:.!: ..".,.r-- nnaooompsnted by the $10,000. for the re-building of the it is June. Don Cameron's big :.:--ft;.:, i
attention. Seminary. .
4f.; ,tweeive hoUse is all forlorn the windows '
of the Editor
". 1l' f -yr*"?*tats three enquire cent stamp.lpApEBmay The De Land Agricultural wants to all down, the shades are up, and a man Is not signing a pledge Now '.e ;

'":.;.. be found on file at know why De Land cannot be made a and a dog, as solitary as Robinson Crusoe or taking a solemn oath that .

:k l._.r. Bo1fe11 \ '.Newspaper Adver- Money Order office. are in charge. The Pendleton's house cannot be kept because of J

c j jtuvu)'Spruce Street] where Manatee county has but one liquor next door, is also barred and closed. Ex- the non-removal of the cause '

r contracts may be made for it saloon and that is located at the county- Senator Windom still does business at -liquor. The way to make

-;-1f.,:;;_'YORK. seat, Pine Level. the old stand, but, as when he goes he a man temperate is to kill Is the time to

L. \\a::1Mt;-lkt8 :is the OFFICIAL' newspaperhave Several boya ave been suspended from goes for good, he is not in a hurry to the desire for those dreadful

""'I#t." _":' ltd.county.. the East Florida Seminary for being too move. The receptions at the houses of artificial stimulants that car-

,, ettle po.t' 0fsc i at Titumlle asr full of mischief. the Cabinet officers are still kept up in a ry so many bright intellects

,4'1A.-. /Jt -(/.aeMailer.s half-hearted perfunctory There is to premature graves, and
... Tne Madison way.
.. t"t.f5 : merchants now close their
desolation strife and
one about the social duties of unhappiness -
\ ; -.I"--:# been discussed bust ess houses at six o'clock every eve- peculiarity
tfJ.'bDI the Cabinet families which is embarras- into so many Subscribe
!f )i" dmerican people and press, the ning, excepting Saturdays.It fumiIi s.
sing to them and mortifying to
until about all many
;; MiiptaIo on earth, is said that forty-four saw-milk have
arsons. As they receive a great
"'them aid that' can be said on these passed through Jacksonville for different many Itiaafact Blto\r.t's bOrf

.-?f.. V::jjifcibooted: ., We are entitled points in South Florida within calls during the season, often as many as LITTERS,a true nonalcoholic -
without doubt year. 500 a week-it is impossible to return tonic,nude in Baltimore,
t.I'tat en,these subjects It is said that the Kissimmee River them all, and the nice question comes MJ.bythe Brown Chemical
3tti ivn this surcease, it mayiff who old For.
t enjoying Company, are drug-
two hundred miles of river
open up of who shall have a call in and
person ristand in
back to the substratum every particular -
.,;.;dom to go
llftfieneil and seek the welfare transportation through the best lands in who only a card. The Frelinghuysens, reliable, will,by removing >
principles South Florida. the of
Craving appetite
who are exceedingly polite, on one occasion -
?.. mopment of our land and people the drunkard, and by coring
The domain of had their cards returned them
??jir iosa other stand-point. Politics aggregated the Florida to by the nervousness, weakness
well in land and Colonization Co., in the several an irascible lady who saw them get out and general ill health resulting -
r affairs are i enough
should be the counties of South Florida embraces of their carriage at her next door neigh- from intemperance, datuore \ The Florida Star.
i\. but they not
iii pace, to ,
1 promote temperance
: s*_*. ,. topic of thinking men all about 80,000 acres.Seventytwo bor's, after having sent cards. by the foot- in tIle strictest sense that 1

man to her.Every other known. .
";; thousand dozen any means now
v eggs .
'' :11i Doubtless the original end and aim off to Jacksonville through the express officeat Saturday and every Wednesday

and moral Monticello during January afternoon the Marine Band plays in the It i is a well authenticated
mental Februaryand
,,.iaiihia jhyskal,
:'. itee and development, without which :March last. '%Vhite House grounds from five and a LC that many medicines, -0--

half to seven o'clock according to imme- especially'bitters,'are nothing -
.JrJiI( oeihe .amount to? Surely thatiygtem Brown and Simmons of Magnesia
which morial custom. ,The President also according but cheap whiskey vilely
of educational training Springs have purchased about $7,000
: to tradition invites such ladies concocted for use in local
t.ibt attain these ends has somethingifieaDy worth of machinery to develope the phos-
= and gentlemen as he chooses to sit on the option countries. Such is
: about it and prudence phate rock in that
wrong vicinity. south porch of the White House and hear not the case with BROWN'SIRON It is the Constant aim and intention of

; kj" n&5aJcandid retrospection in rela- Pensacola is shipping gophers to New the music. The President stands among BITTERS. It is a medicine the publisher to give to the readers of the

'ifH the,iw Orleans. WhatdoesNewOrleanspeople in- them with his hat on, except when addressing a cure for weaknessand STAR, one of the most readable and newsiest -
I& 'lift b an accredited fact that the average tend to do with them the
queries Agriculturist a lady. When a gentleman addresses decay in the nervous, papers of the State.
;% inerieu child is susceptible of as great why eat them of
. ; course. the President-the former instantly muscular and digestive organs ,
di &imkjpment and of as high a culture as
Florida contains, in round numbers, removes his hat and remains uncovered of the body producing -

1f't.'-; tatt(ef any other and all that is necessary 38,000,000 of acres of land one-quarter I as long as the President is conversingwith good rich blood,health
tlltomrt him into well developed
a million more than the State of Georgia, him. A law of etiquette, established and strength. Try one bot
i balanced American citizen is to .
: Tt -o-
and 6,000,000 more than the State of New by President Arthur is the respect tle. Price $1.00.
"| that his educational training
tate flare .
York. .; r
shown to Senators. Usually the President ,.
',; bHBtfcatwul accomplish that end. .;:
'" ,
;' '.Iriitfaictequally accredited that we The Directors of the West Florida Fair only accepts invitations from for- .

..M- Association held a meeting last Tuesdayand eign ministers and Cabinet officers; but -
,assns)impulsive people that we are '
decided on the 27th of November as President Arthur includes United States columns
of Selected
poie to mount hobby and ride it with Twenty
, the opening day. The Fair will hold Senators. Also, on the day of the week
"runs it into the
four days which is devoted to the Senators at the PIONEER COOPERAGE. Miscellaneous Reading,
I fool'? Whatever we set out to do we ,

:doit trio all our aught and a little more Mr. Ralph Gibson, of Rockledge, In- iVhite House a Senator enters the oval Syrup Barrels $2.25.

:eifj l ihle.' In short we are inclined tog dian River, called on us Monday. Mr. room up stairs where he is received with Gauged to order ten cents extra.

G. visits our place with a view to busi- out knocking or being announced, and
things to' extremes-we are ex-
iy Honey Barrels and Oval Water
the President advances
immediately to ,
We trust he will find
'fir U-lDd l we ought not so to be. ness. something to -AND-
'iilrieehowe a faulty training either suit him.-..Sanford Journal meet him,all of which is intended to put BreakersFrom

shy men at their ease and to keep impu-
'jfcjiical,mental or moral, or a combina- J. A. Harris, the orange King of Citra, : : 82.00 : : Up.
men at bay. For genuine good
:dI 'cithiee,and it should be the duty loses$12,000 by the failure of Maxfield Tanksand
manners depend on the President.
:;envy American citizen to see that thejVper.correcti & Co. commission merchants of New
Mr. Walter Evans of Kentucky the all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. columns State
n be made and that fine York. Other residents of Florida lose NearlyTen ,

. jijnKal development be attained, duly amounts ranging from $300 to $1,200. new Commissioner of Internal Revenue JOII\SO.\, County, and Local NewsPRESENTED

t 'fmwbed'with acute mental discipline The Hamilton County Times says an- entered upon the discharge of the dutiesof LaGrange. : : Florida.
that office this He had
morning. -
udafljendered more effective and efful'pst other land sink occurred a few days previously
ago taken the oath of office in Louisville
by a careful and well balanced mor- at the head of Swift Creek, several miles 4r
"" Ky., to permit of Deputy Commissioner -
,II ltotafie east of Jasper. Several pine trees went General Commission Merchant ,
I Rogers, acting as Commissioneruntil WEEKLY.o .
pat fault of American training down to a depth unknown.We .
.. : his arrival. Mr. Evans introduced
1ri"be allowed to criticize) is that
learn from the Fernandina J/irror
ex-Commissioner Raum the
:tip inch time and attention of our edu- by to
that under the of
respective acts Congressthe
heads of the different divisions and rooms.
attn at bestowed on mental culture to Groceries and
public lands along the line of the
Mr. Evans is about of
4i detriment years age
of physical and moral de-
Peninsular Railroad from Waldo
t.' to somewhat above the medium height, and -o--

Wildwood,some seventy miles, have been is in build. He is bald and
*iB fast spare partly ,
essential towards
a perfectly Family Supplies.
transferred that
to company. full beard rather short.
tested wears a cropped
|! man is perfect physical develop- -
it The steamer Twilight running be On his desk was placed a handsome bo- .1
It is
?. futile to expect perfect work I
tween Palatka and Lake George, was quet of roses from a friend.It Titusville. : : Florida. .
:.f a imperfect; machine and it is November 10th 1SSO. tf 4? .
*-qaaHy: futile to expect perfect results sunk on the night of the 1st at her land- is understood that Mr. Merrick will PRfl TIN G.

"fasa aa imperfectly developed physical ing in Georgetown. It is claimed that probably speak about the star-route case. FOR SALE JOB PRINTING.

*b g ,'The physical development of the some one bored a hole in the hull, thus After that a day and possibly more will ,

allowing her to sink to the bottom of the be in the to be JOB PRINTING.
j.t kadfrom the time of birth until it spent arguing prayers THE TITUS HOUSE

rashes its fifth or sixth year is almostmtildyinthe lake. submitted to the court to be given to the ,

custody of its parents. Captain Henry Harper, of New Orleans jury. The case will be submitted to the ONINDIAN

-It they be intelligent people their pupil father of Sam. Harper,who left court to be given to the jury. The case RIVER .

*:*ffl weave proper care and attention De Land about a year since, is building a will then go to the jury. Mr. Merrick ,

'%more or less depending on the intel- large stern-wheel boat to run on the St. devoted the latter part of to-day to a con- containing ,\ .

;;j,> Johns river. The boat will have- tinuation of his of the '.; '
%eace new alleged
of the parents. During the next exposure Large Office, Parlor, Dining Room :-. ;"' ._ .
*** than the Fannie Dugan. falsehoods and perjury making the : : ..11 ,
:: yean this physical training is dis- greater power up Pantries Kitchen :.i<. .
Agrkulturift. affidavits upon which certain routes were
teachamore Six thousand dozen of eggs were shipped expedited. A gentleman who has been 16 Large Airy Bedrooms, Our Job Office is well equipped for executing .

*< teachers are more or less intelligent. from Monticello during the first three present during the whole trial and has Servants' Quarters, all kinds: of '

.;4t tk*&of majority the individual asfUltrot months of this year and the Constitution carefully listened to all of Mr. Merrick's

''-- Lof this part of his educafiaaadu estimates that 10,000 dozen were shipped speech, as also to the speeches of other and all necessary outbuildings.

responsible therefor. If herII from the county which would indicate counsel in the case,speaks of Mr.Merrickas Cistern of 12OOO gal. capacity, .

:.. > Ted correct training during his that the raising of poultry can be made a "an artistic presentation of the facts,
, 1" ;ihe recognizes that his physical profitable investment. exceedingly logical, eloquent, and effec -- PLAIN& FANCY WORK,

:: "\>- is nbject certain fixed laws, no A dispatch dated the 4th inst from Key tive. In its development of the facts as ,
'*! *'*Ucnne well as in its leading thoughts, the speechhas
-, *> can violate with impuni- West says: Judge Locke to-day com- including Piano and Billiard Table.

: jfc$'?8**&**ipec must suffer the penalty menced suit for $20,000 damages againstthe II hardly ever been equalled.

**!?*lT'0ltion. and for West Democrat AUGUST. The Groundsare
; % which violation owners of the Key COLOR
>!!no such a thing C. B. Pendleton the *i S-1 .,. .. WORK,
$b as forgiveness. for libeL publisherof Large and Nicely Laid Out. ., '.- '
' ,. h not Puny,weak,, and sickly children are ;.;. : '"
: 4j received a correct train"Hiai71 the paper has been arrested for the .yM1". .
, made and Brown's -ALCODESIRABLE '
Ibis direction healthy strong by using
experience-that same offence on a criminal process.

rt. -sad inexorable teacher soon shows The base ball match between the color- Iron Bitters. .'.'. TOWN LOTS,

: !train-faulty. ed nine of Spring Garden and a nine of NOTICE.I For Business or Dwelling Houses, and RULE&P.uIPllmWORK, ..

", _, .,.,":ff! DeLand, last Saturday, did not turn out will by order of the Court, sell at
: : Messrs. E. W. just as they might have wished. The public outcry on Saturday the 16th inst., LANDSFor

: .j:;Jf *:Ox haTe accepted the contract match came to a speedy termination by; one lot of canned goods, a small lot of Gardening.

1- lwit3 east build the Florida Southern some hard hitting with bats on the craniums hams and bacon, one half barrel of flour, I Terms Easy to Responsible ETC.; ETC.

'" ,,_ I present: terminus to Lees- of the players and a few cracked one lot crockery, one lot lard and sundries Parties. '.

:: .... _t;,Active work will commence June heads was the result, The fighting ones attached and levied on as the propertyof

..} ? =LeIJected to be completed by were speedily taken care of by the Mar- John :M. Stellenwerf. Apply or address, .

: 't: ". ..Iof.A ugast. The completion shall, and were relieved at the trial Monday M. E. ENGLISH, Constable. MRS. M. E. TITCS, ..
mar,be thus assured without by acting Mayor Huffman: of$63.DeLand .-
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.,';.,"' ... 1?;.:OoY, -4.jC.'t.rnmsntPi 1,. v .. _.i-i.Dfit- on-_Coinage- ". .. Principality- of Monacojrpuld long T'ago Copings:...:-. ;. Growers. I am aware: a wide difference. of,""
MW'b en white'with'marblepalacesandbar .. exists as to how '
'm ,l. ..:ic..rou.P..tlq. to I Why la a fishmonger>''prudent;.merchant much' ft pan 6,. <
-eyr: :..Unredeemed Obligations of the; distanced the_rot alrtht.coast.;.In ?"t'. Because: he;'buys and sells HAVANA SEED VS. S HA TRA. tobacco, but it should be IUd. ,

t: -l. ': '"';;W'-'Government'4V* *':'_ luxury": and" prosperity.' : ''Not sol Sad-: 4L ... We can drive Sumatra tobacco out of about half way down, and .t llo

:;f} "41: i confer+ible source of profit to tlie Hess shows in the faces of the miserable: C."a our markets, or at least succesf ully compete the simple reason that a fQ'for S :
.'it, \ITm edStirt es Govenunent Is the amount If you should ,happen to want to have u. ;
inhabitants and more wretched soldiery. with it, by growing first-class Hai SUCK the juices

-; /[;s, rr r nconey: and'coin,!which is never Saddest of an is.the1'contrast betweenthe | your ears pierced, just'pinch' the baby., i vana Seed tobacco. It will meet the demand perfect the leaves absolutely hence the I.r:"",

i ewa t for redemption.% -Much' of this beauty of nature and the.ugliness of Patent medicines are now made that of the trade for fine wrappers, ers. A perfect crop cannot'nsmi; ;:
: :Ji-&l ijMbflP' .',come of it buried vice. The gambling fever has extended will'cure everything. except hams.. I and is far superior in quality and flavor unless the suckers are remov l,

:'r ::'and bM4 a in places;known. to no perquantity from Monaco ,to,the 'Massena' and Autumn: Wheezr sneezy freezy; I| and nearly equal in wrapping capacityto I it is less liable to pole '
t '
atoeei" allltiaL; .t large : Winter: Flippy,arippy. nippy: sweatand
of the 'Mediterranean'
: clubs at, Nice. Al Sumatra. Had the cultivation ofthis from fat sterna and .
Spring: Showery flowery, bowery; tearing ,
;'?g:4: ;eokfo' ; melted to*:make sterling- silveriiae classes of ,society are affected by it. Summer: Hoppy.croppy, poppy. variety of tobacco been understoodand should not be cut until it b To>i ;.

.. ''Coa deribii3thounta ,of 'bothpipedmoner Small tradesmen ruin themselves at -BRADT. a sufficient amount grown to supply ripe. The practice of cutting":
IJ.':'.' ;and coin ,are' :exported, play and on gala days the; roulette Oh, yes; a tall man can have a short the demand, the tobacco industry would green to obtain a darker cotorlfc>

"MYri.t' "retuD ..'?Not long!-ago a United flourishes in the open air. Society is memory, just the same as a short man not have been in its recent depressed it should be fully Sf ''

tj Btateibood iMned about 1819 was have matured ai4: i::
demoralized. Suicides are numerous.At can a long sleep.A condition. allowed to stand a few

41.;.. presented'at. the'cab-treawytn NewvZorlt' Mentone' the cottages built to ac- young lady on being asked, where There are several varieties of Havana suckered clean, more weight>#hy
;'f'v:; : r'city;: -The "Interest' ;: on it' had comodate the rich English and Russian her native place was, replied : "I have Seed tobacco. Five years ago I obtaineda quality is obtained. Ha vana Seed and brtfcT' f?

l ei' over'i3ity years? It bad-come' invalids are empty. The doctorscautlon none. I am the daughterjjf a Methodist package of seed from Cuba which pro- ly requires four weeks or more to Q J

bade; from1 :Uurbpe through Baring them against the excitement of gambling minister." OB*
duced five distinct kinds, from a stocky after topping and it cures better
if ,
Brothers.. 'The oustanding principal and the chill air of the 'Me liter- W
< The young man who went to butch broad leaf to a very tall narrow-leaved with twine'than upon lath ;
; of the public debt of the United Statesi ; theme'
: e ranean: that pierces their lungs when er's shop for a liver pad,'was a brothero plant The broad leaf had too coarse and darker it cm be cured the-
- ;:.., 1 last year, was nearly two, billions oft they leave the overheated rooms atsight. :Lett5
a fellow who went to a grain elevatorto \'eus. the narrow was tillers. I chose a Tobacco should be taken down ,
dollar bonds and eir'
chiedyxepsrseed by "
; have his corns removed. medium,and hope by a few years'careful when in just the right condition.,:
Treasury notes.. It would bej of course Of the many pictures thafriave been WlIe
., selection of seed to obtain a desirable va- stripped the butts should! be
impossible to ray how much of this will drawn of the beauties and the horrors of Man's a Fool. kept eni.
4 riety. At the present time I can recommend and the leaves tied with two '
:p mever be presented for redemption, but Monte Carlo there is none more touching Man's a'fool 1 string; h"
': When it'a hot he want it cool only one variety, and that is neat bundles of from ten to *.
! idea .be fQmecftrom the fact than is in letter from fiftm
some given a George
.. may '
When its cool, he wants it hot- the one introduced by Mr. Elihu Marsh pounds each.- n'n
z that$57,665 of it was issued so long ago Sand. "Strange contrasts," she writes. Ne'er contented with his lot. VdJJtfcu( )x.i.
of North Hatfield five "
about Homestead '
years Eiiglund March '
"' that the data.;''of it ,is not recorded. "We leave the magnificence of natureto When it's SI. ..
dry since, but unfortunately this seed has in
\ :It appears_ in the report as "old debt," find ourselves, of a sudden, amid the He for showers is heard to sigh : -
... many crops been allowed to get mixed REBATE
When-to meet his wish-it rains MATTERS
:that.may safely be put ,down as profit. filth of modern civilization ; from the } ,
Of the wet the fool complain.s.Hot with a coarse broad leaf variety which
';:, There i is'an'item 182,525 of Treasury pale rays of the new moon, the great Opinion differs in the Office"at
' has very large veins and is undesirable. ti,
' : -notes',..issued prior to 1S46. Some of rock sleeping in the shadow and the or dryt cold or wet, whether the present reduction
Nothing suits that he can get.I But pure Seed with suitable soil and mecat i
,r them: were issued nearly fifty years ago; I:I odor of orange groves, to the fetid odor consider a* a rule cultivation will permanent reduction, or whether la
produce a leaf than t
l... .. ,and-win not, ,. in all probability, ever be j. of fever and the rattle of the roulette. Man a fool. which there is yet none superior.I few years the Government wilt be od;

f ,,' presented for redemption. One thou- Young married women gamble white A gentleman eniered a Portsmouth, will lectinjj about as much from ''tobacea*
briefly enumerate some of the .
:I.. band one hundred and four dollars of nurses suckle their children on thesofas.A X. H., drug store and asked for the snuff, cigars and cigarettes as nowj
principal points to be observed in the
., the:Mexican ,indemnity fund of 184G, pretty little girl of five drags herselfto "dark possibility of bright ideas." The successful cultivation of Havana Seed j The largest receipts ever received'ft.

;:' bas.never been'e1"lm .. The last of one of these and falls asleep, over- clerk looked nonplussed, and said he the tax on tobaccco was $28,148,767.9 :
tobacco First
:- use good seed ofthe
the fractional, currency was issued tinder come with fatigue, heat and ennui. hadn't it in stock. The customer then in 18.. The lost; reduction before the'
best variety. Seed that has
'. the' actof.' June 6, 1864' although Does her unnatural mother hope to win explained that he wanted-a bottle of been very improved by the following method present was made March 3.: 1S'Z9!

a nearly twenty years have, elapsed, her a marriage portion? An old foreign and went into effect May 1, 1879. For
will give the best results belect the
,( 47,077,247 has not been presented for lady sits at the gambling table witha ink.A : the fiscal year ending June
six-year-old boy at Belfast, Me., best plants, remove all suckers when 31r,.1878. '
redemption. Some,of this is held as a little lad of twelve, who calls her ; the 'receipts from tobacco t:
has very advanced ideas. He has a doll afew of theearliestseed were _
f.urlosity.. Some of it is still used mother. She -podsturnbrowu,
by indifferent
seems abou 383,872.30 and from
which he calls his wife. he cigars and
: Recently remove all the blossoms and pods not full etpi:
-banks and merchants for transmitting losing or winning. The child plays too, ettes Sll,710,22t: .O.:)9
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was telling hb wife his future plans, size the seed will and making totalrf;
maiL. ; get ripe produce
small sums Several New York with the ,
" by of
manner a grown person. $38,103,098.0!) received that
and remarked : "By and by I shall become year. Ttr
strong healthy but
plants all the seed
{ banks have considerable sums of newfractional He is used to it. ; reduction which took '' .
a Mason, and then you won't see will not be perfect and it should be place the'next 't
: which they distribute "Restless or frightened shadows wander carefully -
did not affect
" r me till 12 o'clock at night""Willyim year cigars or cigarette-
;' for, the accommodation of their around the cafe in the vast amphi winnowed until all the light seed but reduced the tax '-it

:. customer theatre formed by the mountain's steep my son," says an economical (usually one-quarter to one-third) is re- 24 to 16 cents on tobacco froa

s, As to. the coin,,the 'Government de- sides. They look chilly ; perhaps they mother to her [son, "for mercy's I.moved. This requires time and patience, fiscal there per pound. Dnrfnitilast
year was collected riots
. .
xivcs considerable profit from it. only look and long for the slight refreshment sake don't keep on tramping up anddown but it will pay. By using seed selected tax on tobacco $,811,93G.16, :whici'.ij

The silver ,In one thousand silver dol- they no longer have the meansto the door in that manner, you'll in this way a few years, a decided improvement showed that after ,
lars costs on. average about $803.75 purchase. Some go off with empty wear out your new boots." (lIe sits will be observed in the quality in population there '

t The, coinage of a silver dollar costs pockets. Others accost you and almost down.) "There you go-sitting dO\\1l.1 I and quantity of the crop. I am fully less collected was yet $572,63114 5,
on a one-third reductaa
': about cents. The total cost of one beg for a seat in your cUTiage.back to Now you'll wear out your new trousers I convinced from observation, experience in the tax.

thousand silver dollars to the. Government Vice Suicides are not rare. The wait- I declare, I never see such a boy I" and study of the influence of seed I I ing this time Cigars and cigarettes' to-,
at the tax harr"largely
at the hotel to have upon the plant, that it is much
! is therefore $816.25. ers seem a profound Sad But True.A more I increased the tax collected tfIi:.

; Since the organization of the Mint, contempt for the unlucky. When one important to use only the best plump, last fiscal '
blue-bird and a year being $19,218,422.fil;
In 1793. 127,190,618 silver dollars: ha'ebeen of these complains of being badly served One morning came sparrow to seeThe healthy tobacco seed than it is the best I The present reduction is about one-half

coined, on which the Governmenthas the waiter answers by shrugging his pretty: little bird-box seed com or wheat. A careful experiment
Which I'd around. During the last
put in a tree. fiscalrar
received ,a profit of over $23,000- shoulders and saying: 'So it would not wil convince the most skep-1 there
were remofrom the factorle '
Both thought it ,
work to-night?' very cozy; tical.
; 000.,, Each It la for for
thought. me
; consumption 161,324,601 pounds of
:' In the. same period, $122,758,510 was "We dine as best we can in a room And each flew at the other, Suitable soil is medium heavy or dark, tobacco '

coined,'into half dollars. At the same full of little tables the people scramble To drive him from the tree. such as will produce a heavy dark leaf at 16 cents per pound, amounting _

, rate of cost.for coinage the profit for deafened by the chattering of. ad They fought among the branches, of Seed leaf tobacco. On some medium $25,811,936.16: of tax' eoDectai
aventuresses They the For the Internal Revenue Office to cotlect
fought upon ground:
on the lookout for a dinner soils the
k $19,395,769 on these. The total silver And. Busy, fighting, saw not application of some fertilizer the
coinage pf the Government since 1793 is and a friend to pay for it We return to The cat was prowling round. that is known to make a dark leaf is be sime tax next year there mot

: the the rooms to watch for something dra Fuss crept slyly advisable, such as castor removed for consumption jus twiot
$347,766,792. Estimating profits on up very ; pomace, fish ,
matic. The villainous smell drives me Then, with a sudden spring, or Peruvian as much, or 322,649,202 peunds. ,in'in
the halves and guano. Heavy
quarters, subsiduarycoins We rush She caught them both; and never crops c order to do that, it will be necessary
to the beach
and reach
at the same rate as on the dollars, away. : Will either of them sing. be grown upon run-out grass land that either
. the total the the town situated on a little headlanddeliciously needs flowing and to for the population of the country
profit received by. Government _... fertilizing produce
-- to double in the
next the

carved amid the The year, or consumer
paying Such land
on its silver coinage has been : crops. should be
little place seems to shrink I C.t- to double his allowance' :A),
about$64,000,000. poor as l our. plowed as shallow as possible and do
did from neither the one or the other is at it
the bad
air of the
In the coinage of the five cent nick gambling Chinese good work soon after haying, and again
A coin 3000
house and to seek years old has probable, it is pretty safe to presume
. els the Government reserved to itself the refuge among the seven or eight inches deep just before
been found
, beautiful trees that surround it. by gold miners, who were that the internal revenue receipts wifl
the ground freezes. Two
liberal profit of nearly fifty percent.This or three barrels
"We climb the rock to the gloomy digging in a claim at Cossiar, CaL It of remain materially decreased for some
to the Government last dry slacked lime to the acre should
gave year aad forbidding old castle. It. lookstragic is supposed to have been left there by then be years to come and not continue rah:
the handsome revenue of over $100,000 applied. The next harrow
\ in the The Chinese mariner wrecked the spring the in some
moonlight. palace of on coastlong same mysterious manner,
: the land
'from nickels alone. thoroughly and in
the Prince is charming. It reminds before the Christian era. May as some in the office suppose. It is safe,
The wide margin between the intrin- plow in ten or twelve cords of manureto
me of the fanciful home of the rWhile cleaning a piece of pine laud to say that the two or three million
sic value of the five cent nickel and its the acre (the more cottonseed! it contains
nor at Majorca. At nine in the even near Lake City, Fla., a man recently the better dollars in rebate will go into the
face value,led to extreme counterfeiting ). When the plants
ing the town is silent and deserted. We found about a foot below the surface of are pockets of the dealers, and in my
Several years ago an assay was made of nearly large enough to set, harrow the
return by the beach, where only the the earth an Indian tomahawk iu a land until fine humble opinion they will earn it by the
some of the counterfeit nickels, and it and furrow out rowsthree
plash of the waves breaks the silence. good state of preservation. It had attached feet time they get it-Washington eorrwpondtnt -'
was discovered that the counterfeiter apart and strew about three
The moon has sunk below the horizon. to it a pipe. The handle is bored L: S. Tobacco Journal
had put into their coins more valuable cords of fine manure to the acre in the
The gas lights enable us to see the base making a perfect stem.
metal than the Government uses in furrow ; if commercial fertilizers are -
of the rock and
making the genuine coins. great greenish Given once the idea of the sun and used, apply them in the furrow with TOHACCO COX>UMITIOX r FRL.1I( >r.

...... streaks across the white marble balm : moon as a married couple, to what issues the manurer. .Cover this with a ridge The official returns. of the consumption

A Palace of the Devil. ters. The roulette is still going the and situations does not such an idea that will mark the places for plants of tobacco. in .France during tie:
nightingale sings, a child is weeping." end itself I First of all would ty-two to twenty-four inches nlast: year show that it amounted in
Another Effort for the Suppression.of apr r: Tin
Monte Carlo- -George Sand's L I naturally the old Prussian belief that point to be noted here is that the fertilizer money value to 3oOOUOO francs-

Description.The the stars where their offspring, and I must be nearer the plant than is The great bulk of this sum was represented

injury sustained by Marseilles, His Grace and His Honor. next to that the legend that the moon necessary for Seed leaf. by ordinary smoking tobacco,

:lice, Genoa and especially Mentone, proved faithless to his wife, and eloped. Set good healthy plants, and in two for which the Government, who have

from the neighborhood of Monte Carlo Justice Huddlesfone, who tried the with the betrothed of the morning starI I to four days cultivate deeply in a monopoly of the whole tobacco trade,

and gaming tables are the subject of | recent libel case of Belt, the scultpor, for which the god of thunder, to punishhim row, without disturbing the ,ridge once cultivate a received 160,000,000; francs. After this

an earnest article by Edmond Planchetin : in London, began life as a schoolmaster cut him in two with a sharp knife, again after the first rain. When; comes snuff, which 'b represented by

the current number of the Revue des went to the Dar, entered Parliament as may still be seen in the moon's shape the plants are well rooted, loosen the 63,000,000 francs then cigar, whfcft

deux: Jfondes., These cities, he says, will as a conservative, was always at certain times. In Bavaria a similar soil lightly around the plants to break show a total of $60,500,000 francs,

not cease their protests until France, "chafed" as a "tuft-hunter," married tale appears in a more elaborate form. the crust and destroy the weed while 16,000,000. francs were expended

;. for the sake of moral cleanliness, am]1 a lady of title, got a Judgeship, andhat ii A girl who spun iu the moonlight:; Keep the soil love between the in cigarettes, and 9,000,000 francs in

Italy, for reputation's sake, exact t even now declared to be unduly impressed having been drawn up by the moon, rows, and when the plants are about tobacco chewing.

the last public gambling establishmentin with the overwhelming importance was the source of a good deal of jealousyto 1} feet high use a horse-hoe that ,

Europe' be abolished. Petitions of aristocratic society. The the sun as won as she.becaine a wareof will place the fine soil

signed by a great number of IIt'I'SOUS'Were clubs are fastening upon him a characteristic the moon's faithlessness to here If. side and edge of the ridge. upon A the Jay Gould's )'achttalanta was

sent to the French Chambers 1 last anecdote. simple launched at Cramps' ship yard recent
Going out to dinner She therefore,. spying the girl's lover attachment made with two

April De Freycinet would not ei: recently he learned that an illustrious asleep in a wood, and in order to be staves in the shall of a V place barrel ly. The Atalauta will be lighted

tain the subject and the motion was Duke was to be of the party. As he evenxvith the moon, took him up for a common cultivator will underneath i hroughout by electricity, and each state

laid 'on the table. In spite of the Min encountered the butler in the hall he herself. The girl and her lover then the answer rcom will be supplied with electric bells
purpo&e. Very little
ister's opposition the elate sent him slipped half a sovereign into his hand, perceiving themselves thus remote from is In hand-hoeing I to the servants' quarters and steward'spantry.
necessary. about
the month later. In that "I have one week place i Steam fans will keep the air
petitions a saying: a few special words to one another were naturally anxious to more soil around the I '

short time the relation between France say to the Duke; contrive that I sit meet again; and a great grief it was erect. This variety of tobacco plant to is keep moving at all times, and, in short,

and Italy bad changed.If it were next tobim.- "ThaiJc you," said the to the moon when he found that the liable to tip over before it is very everything that ingenuity can suggest

true," Planchet goes on to say, "that butler, returning money, "his Grace spinning girl no longer cared for him, when It does it should be topped set u'p and at'' and cash command will be suggestedand

gambling establishments have the powerto has just given me a sovereignIto\ place but still thought of her original lov er. once ; the sooner it is done the I commanded.The pleasure of plowing

enrich a people instead of making you at the other end of the room." The The tears he sheds in consequence are damage. It should be less the: the raging main as boss of|the Ata-.

fortunes for'ntu trial associations. the Duke knew his man. what we call the shooting stars. that the top leaves will be topped about so low I lanta will cost Jay Gould in the neighborhood
as large of S2.;o, IOCX

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'. )1i'.."".. .y .tIhi 'lean.a pretty'ftri,*; 1ie whispered her too acorn lor resorting to'so cowardly
.t".. .<;.t_ iu.. .- : :;:"there. thai.darteyed'girl over a plan as writing his proposal. propose. to Miss, Maxwell.- .; and. hang-.. itt
"" ""' __..;C.,,'", .- : In the wanh/fl;; ecybrown 'shawl "Cant'' you save her;life in some :hat's. -Edith- 1?' table prepared by a French savant
-"T"t" "'" ; ; De::of'"your.'flinair*white opera thrilling manner, and then cast yourselfat What I you're both'in love with Miss gives the following data on the growth '

-.;,..- '< -' ",.. ..,._._,"f' poomi; ;' .":.The girl was'pr ity/bi a fresh her' feet?" 'asked- .the. 'romantic. Maxwell?" of children: During the first year after

h.IIC.. piquant sort of way; and even 1I rby: ..* "Yes, and that forward beast, birth the growth in stature is about

,' T? I&DA_. bachelor might have been excused "Or can't you get overtaken in a Smithers seven and one-Lalf inches; from two to
: will be sure to propose right
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./ "' ;.1 ing pleased ,at receiving'such a shower,' and then you could neatly ask off ; and I've never, 'had a good oppor- three it is four to five ; from three to

:.., '>ra+s 111. smile as she greeted Budell with. her to share your lot 'as well .as your tunity.". four, an inch and a half; from four to

_..,-..!. !..--h-.->'. fqto' ;: '..-.-. not many days after,'he remark- umbrella?" suggested Smithers. six, two and a quarter inches annually;
,' /I# "My dear Budell must make
" 4;: you
.S :" JkJ"- me, apropos flu' bottta-"Met. Budell smiled faintly. u It's all very from seven to eight, two and a half ;

i la; an interesting girl last night; 'I well for you [f ellows_to make fun of it your' opportunity. Do it to-night. from eight to twelve, two inches; from

:"' '. agrees with me on the, subject of ] when you haven't to do"it yourselves; ; ",To-night ? Why, it's dinner-time twelve to thirteen, one and eight-tenths ;
_ : j_..6ioomi ." I may be excused for neglect- but all the same it's a ticklish thing to already! and after dinner we're to hay from thirteen to fourteen, two and a ..

' 'Ii: k' min our I this hint; Budell, I think, would do well. I wish to do it in a neat and those blessed tableaux vivants; and quarter ; fifteen to sixteen, two ; six-

d rt: '}- ....' found a mollusc "interesting" if direct manner, without any humbug." goodness knows what Smithers will do teen to seveteen, nearly two. After this,
-yi with him that while I'm looking after the wretched
Wow' only agreed "It's my opinion," Smithers, "that though growth continues until twentyone -

8. :t= -. .iid- was nothing more objectionable you'll end by 'popping the question' in affairs. And then, to-morrow I've and sometimes for ,years after, its .
;:..'*'. ," .n- to start for the East
;.MJ""JeeD; to have one's name murdered. He hi some altogether extraordinary and promised Carlyon rate diminishes. Increase in ,strides

: ) y'JCIG.haT8 nervously anxious that his name I absurd manner." moor"at 9 o'clock.". show weakness of constitution or imper-

t1 hd heN be pronounced with the accent I I endeavored to comfort him fect health.
. .;' ...IiPt::Til "Very well, sir," said Bedell, with by sug-
.t.; e .. ..I wok and second syllable,'and I afterwards dignity "we shall see." gesting that possibly Miss Maxwell

' '.)..a __UCr d., for that he had been introduced (for But ,when left him the idea of might refuse Smithers; but Budel GRAFTED TEETH. Transplantingsound
meet again. we ,
Li teeth from
;3)":::.. IIi1"J': *. second time) to this "interesting the irrepressible Budell being tongue- shuddered at the possibility of being the jaws of healthy
<; as."Boodle." "Just as though I little damsel who I forestalled. lIe was palpably upset, persons who could spare them to those
1t':1at Budell's
!t tied before a dainty ,
needing them has been
--<< practiced by
; to noodle"-as
indignantly and he looked all dinnertime.The .
couldn't even sit on a jury, came uponus
14 l; I advanced dentists
for time.
''' two ed it. But the most important again with redoubled force, and we company generally attributed it to some

}''i ,cty-1\IItime flourishing; was given the night alter Mrs. awoke the echoes of the silent street theatrical responsibility, but they were modus operandi was as follows : The
ftl '....r...:Budell;.: I Ball, at which we had all been with renewed shouts of laughter. wrong; Budell was too old a hand to be individual tooth with' the superfluous sound
the one with the
formed We were lounging in BudelTs anxious about anything so simple as decayed
could find
;f : '_'bad_ Poor Budell no opportunityof molar
;..Sste bachelors club and Smithers was giving us a settling his fate. He revolved drearily tableaux: vivant Smithers, on the were mated together and the
colored and graphic illustration other hand had secured seat beside freshly drawn good tooth immediately .
and other round where he materi- a !
%whist my rooms,
frivolity that passes for conver Miss Maxwell and seemed to be : placed in the cavity made by the other.
w; j snd,a very ally interfered with my work by con- But it often happened to be
between and maid- necessaryto
young men himself vastly agreeable.The .
: to skillfully elaborated
bayed have stantly putting
', remove a sound tooth from
: ; "That's all broke in a patientat
:: e af rates and nonsense, questions to me, devised to extract my tableaux began immediately after
., "it's fault at a time when no person of whom the
'We wen.sworn, ; your own any opinion as to his lady-love, without dinner, and they were a great success. dentist had knowledge needed sucha
to allege a.r. Why, last night I had quite a revealing her name. I rose and fell in
: bad
sj Budell had skillfully arranged them
., and interesting conversation oneIt would therefore be lost, for
.,ot m tend towed; his estimation as my answers were what without attempting to make them intoa
''maid- only "living"teeth could be made to
education with
' woman's a
! ecapiind the he desired or not ; and I committed series and music supposed to be
I to ; appropriate grow in a strange mouth, and they died
k df sentiments as even quoted Scripture myself to an immense number of infinite to have reference to
or some
;r: very soon after being torn from their
;40clTef to inform opinions as to the preference each tableau, was played while the cur- parent gums. Teeth are "living" so
eabonld...ever you a hat you misquoted," between blonds and brunettes large
in the
tf.we. tain was up. Curiously enough, long as the membrane covering tie
and the irreverent Smithers who mouths and small ears, etc. "Whetherdo
_OBT pleasures second last tableau, Miss: Maxwell, roots had any vitality. It has been a
? ,n Smithers said everyone was as ignorant as you prefer.Greek or Saxon names for Smithers and Budell to
;, J.. were appear by problem of great interest to dentists
ladies?" h too
Vis i Jwas
n7 ; themselves; and still more curiously, throughout America, to devise some
; ...WJM)' .was*regarded ; I'm not joking; it's a fact and random that I liked them both the subject of it was "The Rivals." means by which the sound extracted ;

. sister:,, gave:us an idea or two, let me tell you." equally. "\o, but really," he persisted Where Budell had got it I don't know ; teeth could be kept alive indefinitely,

' staad that,"blighted 'lie only told us that he had ven "I mean modern names derived probably in his inner consciousness. It until they should be needed, and to a

k 'bdihim; and the into the conservatory In order to from those languages." "Well," I was supposed to be a woodland scene in San Francisco dentist belongs the honorof .

" .t'k-Bodefltt.-tot on conversation without inter replied at a venture, "I like Saxon the paint-and.powder days. A young solving the problem. Dr. W. j': :

*t. isiigr'T'a ,reason; I am convinced that I at least names." "Do you?" he exclaimed: lady was discovered seated on a bank, Younger, of that city, has been con-

S.s1sjeaahis that he have surmised that the ac- "why, so do I. For exami le, I don't with a lover kneeling at her feet, and ducting a series of experiments, which

; .]DsieQyeL That of an idea or two was not the think you could find a prettier name holding one of her hands. At a little have resulted in the discovery of a

f' ;3'jertedby.the rest of result. However, I was not Ions than Edith anywhere." "OhoI" I distance, and unseen by either of the means of preserving the life of the extracted -

,7. vpaabe insisted upon my" state of ignorance. One day, cried, "her name is Edith, is it ?" lovers, was a rival glaring from among tooth. It is ,nothing more'or I

'jaiBenative' that .mth or so after, Budell hunted me Budell blushed, but couldn't deny it ; the trees at the unsuspecting pair. The less than grafting it as drawn upon the 1
*; .... :.We were the bachelors' and I dare say he would have revealedher Maxwell '
confide to me that tableaux was: very effective. Miss engorged comb of a healthy rooster
,f&t in favor of was all bosh: he was over head surname also had I pressed him. looked very charming; in her costume and leaving it there properly secured,

.tae jolliest : in love; and did I think he August brought me an invitation and Smithers
ears glared splendidly. until it is wanted. Then it is cut away,
... e1er- sapper' ,and I to tell the other men? Then from Will Carlyon to spend a fortnightat Budell's face it was impossible to see, the cock being placed under the influence

-I 4'uBon.. For w't followed a shower of apologetics, this father's place in Scotland, and for his back was turned to the audience.Up of chloroform, washed, and every- ,

teattDot: to fly*: "soft brown eyes" and good- have a shot at the grouse. "I asked till now the performers had all managed thing removed down to the membraneand

".petJon; our m knows what other personal attrac- Marby,Smithers and Budell,"he wrote, to remain as rigid as statues ; but placed in the freshly made cavity

:Jl'iJ charming so where prominent. When I recov "and I expect them all. I know you in this tableau Miss Maxwell, who had where it is needed. A representative of

:-BHrfedtp her;and breath, I assured him that I thought have frightful chains-and-slavery notions already appeared several times, seemedto the Call was permitted to examine the

pinto iceiety and incumbent upon him to inform about matrimony; but there are lose her nerve. The curtain had not mouth of a gentleman in which there

fsJatiNt of being '. and cold with lots of nice girls staying here with been minute when she started
club. I was rigid up a was a tooth that had been planted therea

,ash to relate to for I felt indignant ; it was almost Fanny, and if you don't all go home looked down at Budell, and at last, week or so before, and which was apparently -

.etybsie pipes, to select me as his confidant, with the full intention of becoming I flushing crimson,fairly ran off the stage. as firm as tho a which had

; ipvwapes from though my celibate principles were Benedicts I shall be surprised. Any : However, the last tableau went off with- always been there. It had been kept

tf i*Neo ; but if these fixed than Marby's or Smithers'. how When we I have arrived plenty I of found birds.the" house out a hitch, and the slight mistake did alive on a cock's comb for ten days, and

:i. at.vfon the announcement that evening was not affect the general verdict. An ad- had been taken from the mouth of a
ettaniidetails full of pleasant men and agreeable girls;
:$ as in solemn silence by the Square while the very fair sport. journment was made to have a dance in young lady whose looks'were' benefitedby
conversation grouse
i4-tAe; even Smithers had at first noth the hall, and I was standing idly look- the removal.
; The club was there in full force. Budellwas
-.nhat more than last asked "Is ing on when Budell, once more in his
( to say. At Marby in tolerable spirits, and came out in
Rev. Mr. Gilbert during ad
Mfif'especially a the lady's name usual garb, rushed up to me in a feverof an
to inquire
fistcM of those grand style as master of ceremonies, excitement. dress at Christ church, the other night,
J u barristers with when the marriage is to take and as the originator of all sorts of remarks the Otago Times,while spc akir g
?*' Budell looked uncomfortable. "By George, sir, he whispered,
amusemt"nt.lIe was too busy to inflict
.V fti fides, a of the telephone, asked his audience if
s ell, the fact is," he said, "I thought any more confidences, but I had no "congratulate me I I've done it ; it'sall would
0ixfrom his they be astonished if he were to
to tell the club at once; but reason to suppose that he had yet accomplished right."
"nc of the dab, Iliad tell them that it was now proved to be
ha\'en't-that is, I don't quite his proposal.One And he dragged me along with him to
$Jekehls assertion possible convey by electricity vibrations
how to set about asking the afternoon a heavy rain-storm had from the hall into the empty library of to ::
t but I light, not only speak to your distant
." driven the sportsmen in sooner than "What on earth do mean man?" friend but
1M\:ttere was some you actually to see him. The
.'I ts Budell was. ; looked so comically distressed usual ; I was examining my breechloader I exclaimed. What have you done?" electroscope-the name of the instrument -

'* Ull-room any made this confession that the club I in the gun-room when Smithers "I'\'e proposed, sir ; and I've been which enabled us to do thiswasthe
**wu it with shout of laughter. The mysteriously requested me to come to
: quite at his a accepted." very latest scientific discovery, and

.*TO;but. if, by of the bold and confident Budell the smoking-room at once. There I I cordially congratulated him, and to Dr. Gnidrah, of Victoria, belonged
feud to fall himself muzzled by the tender found Budell and Marby. Smithers had the
. a then I inquired : How did manage proud distinction. The trial of this
lkerl damsel's too suggestive for our risi convened the club, and we had the room wonderful
?? bow was it ? When did you find the time took place at
'* K overwhelmed' Budell was seriously annoyed. to ourselves. lIe briefly explained his and where the ?" Melbourne on the 31st of October list,
rla'usn' think he said "that my object. I have an announcement to' courage in
don't the presence of some scientific men.
..< been met with make he said, "similar to one made I'll tell you. I did it in that tableau. I
eteV deserted ) to the club has and was a great success. Sitting in a
if I by Budellnot long since. I'm going tofollo't Under cover of the music I told Edith
mraf the Royal He glared at me as dark room, they saw projected on large
of revealing \' his example, and I hereby invite that in all sober earnestness I was at her
laity young had been guilty disk of burnished metal the race courseat
>2''r TLsyas humbly all to the wedding. Like Budell, I feet, not in jest alono, and I asked her
B he had confidence. We apologized you Flemington, with its myriad hosts of
'1 Oe tladXing at last pacified him. lie really was haven't yet put the final question, but I to be my wife. That's why she ran active beings. Each minute detail

''anti hlm.tremble at a .-- .- as.- to how to accomplish his am not afraid of the answer. I have no away." stood out with perfect fidelity to the

,, ,t.the 9 rvat Marby suggested the old- objection to tell you that the young "So wonder!I" I interjected. original, and as they looked at the pic-

'*';3ance._ ._ plan of plumping down on his I lady is at present in this house,and that Wasn't it splendid doing it wIder ture through binocular glasses, it was

..tae'waur t most like a swain m a valentine; but her name is Miss Maxwell" Smithers' very eyes And then of difficult to imagine that they were not

, .W'<_'" and horror and 11100'isibly.. It was such a .' Good heavens I" ejaculated nud ll. course I saw Edith afterwards in the actually on the course itself, and mov-

, :jraoolswhenwe -way, he objected; yet it Well,*' said Marby, *' I mayas well little drawiug-room ; and she'll be here ing among those whose: actions they .

%, ffJP! $BudeU; "was he had .almost adopted it on' take this opportunity of informing the directly, whenever she has changed her could so completely scan.

"-u**to be "occasions. The first time a little club that I too am going to follow suit. costume.''
H d,a we been of a brother had importunely ap- Only I've taken the precaution to speakto Well, I'm glad jou've settled it; andI

- gty have seen the -" I never knew a nice girl that i the young lad first, and Fanny think Smithers was right,: when he said A valuable deposit of the remains of

; l .malady; ln't a little brute of a brother," ex Carlyon is shortly going to become Mrs. you would end by proposing in some extraordinary mammals from the diluvial period has

; "**ort-sighted m Budell, hastily generalizing ; Marby." way. And it seems to me lately been discovered on the banks of

rover: these on the second occasion he had even I thunderstruck.. In that case," that it was decidedly embarrassing for the Voljra,between Zarizyn and Sarepta,

J _f .might the length of informing the object said with dignity, as I strode from the Miss Maxwell." after a flood which cut away some of
- his affections (to adopt a phrase that room, I am now the only member of i Smithers married Edith Maxwell's the land beside that great river. The

:$Kthe, .dub, and to madden Budell) that he had the Square Club." variety of the specimens i is notable.
sister eighteen months after the tableau.
. _
; i'"rjf.1 .s.exunious into to tell her, lien her mother Just as 1 was trying my necktie a few .0.- -

'f J todeed have been and he had hastily to devise minutes before dinner, and reflecting w- A French inventor says he is to construct -

cU4.g more idiotic fact about a flower-show. that, though nervousness, want of leisure a buloon which will be eliptical inform

Qreat" of us, The was quite evident that his nerve was and een blighted affections mightbe The Government breakwater, which and 131 feet long. Its capacitywill

_. i= d .tQ:ne about equal to a third attempt. I sug- got over I at least had a reason that was projected 1500 feet into the inlet exceed 100,000 cubic feet, giving a

, 4tgard to Play 'that be should write; but it would preserve me from matrimony, at Atlantic City four years ago, Is now lifting power all told of 3 j tons. The

; !!' Ia that the young lady, in talking Budell hurried into my room. nearly buried in sand. At low tide it means of propulsion is to be a dynamo-

.:",:,teat ,m after a I a certain novel, bad laughed tM Look here" he said, "I'm in a stands entirely dry. electric machine and a secondary battery.
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Senator Don Cameron Pennsylvania MISCELLANEOUS. ', ':MISCELLANEOUS.CASH LEGAL --'fiYOTICE "' .'

has leased his house' in '" ''/",
: Washington for

,, two years to Representative Washburn of : I.'Uc.1 Olfic OF at Gaineill. Plppl'. ,1 t )';.t f:,

;; Minnesota,=-,Prince Yturbide has been in .FI& .
'PARSONS' PILLS CASH CASH ,NOT vealthat 1SS3:};:,': ii
.NashVille witnessing: (the' :competitive rfy low-iHg-named h'reby settler;: the'ii.: .- ,

% 'drills,and has made quite'j'a'i sensation in Intention to make final has filed notice ;

!7 social life.Maggie Mitchell, has settled port of his claim and that said proof lu'i *" ,

,down in her.Long Branch cottage for the LAT : 1 NEW. RICH BLOOD, ",V'x.I.ERE'P be made before .\. A. Stewart proof t7ttltat 1til1. :- .\

{. Hummer.B.)L Cooper; United States And will nmplte1yriiaaya the blood In tile enUre.t*m In three moDthi. Any person Titusville.viz Kerriau Fla.. on Monday :May j
in who will fake 1 Pill each night from to 13 week, may be restored to sound : Nail Of 'l'itus\iUe.,. ri; "
TiceTConsul-general: Paris recently Homestead
t- AT THE No.
gave Entry SOOOfo(
health.If such thing be poulble. :Jfor coring Female Complaint these PU1 hare no th'N} :
t a dinner party of fifteen'courses .in honor them In 1-1 of S E 1-4 wctlonSl. andN ;
goal. physicians ale their practice. Sold everywhere or ent by mall for 1.20rS\f' '.'
' ,of Edwin Booth: and daughter.Pittsburglias'justfnrnishedaQermangisntes9- 25 atampa. Send for pamphlet. I. S.JOUXSOX A CO.. BOSTON. :tL\ q. 1-1 and S W l-lot SW 1-1 '
township 21 south range 35 easPr.:
CROUP, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS.JOHNSON'S HEADQUARTERS lIe names the following:; witness. .
rr for the8hOw' hnfi"PIII\ Miss Christiana ANODYNE LrVniENTwIlllnstantanoootly : prove: his continuous residence npoJfJScultivation '
DIPHTHERIA reJicre UMM terrible discaaei,and will positive '
, Dunz;a woman: twenty.years of age, andslzfeetaad"a'half'hisb euro nine COM out of ten. InlorraaUon that will uvuI of paid land viz: Mow38?
I many HTM cent free by man. l>oa"t delay a 1IWm .C. STORE i ii ger E. P. Wiloer.J. R. WatsotV T
:;The salvation I ttereatlon i* better than cure. i lMe. all Titusville. Fla. *. .:'

,army refuses to obey the orders of the JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT J"J 1Il "!& .- L. ,.\. DaR crs: '.
Aearalrl4LtfaentaSore longs.Bleeding at the Lan Chronic Backing Coush.,Whoopliuc ConiA I .
.. chief police:of Kew_:'Haven,,."Conzu, to Cbrooic IZ iraiatMi'CtonlcTjIarrnoea,(ironic jMmcrr.Cholera Jlorbui.KJilory Trouble,I>l eo9 es of LIla TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. i iI Register: mired States Land Offl:.'"... ,
apse and Lam Back. ertrrwbcre. bend for pampWec W..50 01010150. C : ., stop! singing in. .themeeta.-SeTeD hundred NOTICE. "
.:; pension certificates that had been a wen-known fact that nvat of the
for debts handed in to the and Cattle Powder auld in tbu U Laud Ollice, Gainesville.Fla..r
: were MAKE ENS LAY'none
: >a w lile>s; that SberUan'1 H April 19
Cott 188:. /
Powder I. and
Philadelphia pension :agent.
otttenPI NOTICE is
t yr.nluable.. earth -( hereby given Hut the Co1lowil1U:1111ctl
win make hen lay like Sheridan Condition Powder. POM. one tcaspxmfol to each pint settler haa filed -
: ''MISCELLANEOUS.HOME feed. Stdd rerjwbere, oraeiit br mall for:3 CUe In ltamp.. L S. Joinstox&C x.Bosrox hear, .. his iiiti'iitiuii to make haul proof notice ID. sup... of.

t port of his claim and that: said proohuf
SWEET HOME. be made before A. A.
!Stewart, Clerk ,
WALTON, "TlIAXK: & CO., The Oldest and Must Reliable Place of cuit court Titusville} Fla.. on Saturday cir :;

t June 2, ISe3: vi/: Andrew J. Carter.of

} r -JI It 22: LaGrange Fla Homestead Entry Xo ,
, v PLQW BRAND 12 l.SIS CSS J 9a; for the! X i of 511: \ and lot Xo.i

t Home.' .home,tweet, sweet home. of section :'J2, township 20! south, rain .

Coming Home 'At last. Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure. 33; (>a::,names t.He the following .

John Howard Payne,author of the immortal on Indian River, Dealing hi li1ehis continuous residence i witnesses to.'

. "Home, Sweet Home," was a cultivation>:1illlulll. AVui.upon and,:

' wanderer without a home,who often bad PKEPAKED EXPRESSLY for the use of the trait and vegetable grower of A. J. lace. Uultis Heriulon :and llichanl Balej.:' ...

'> not a roof, over his head and who died Florida. It will produce a heavy. but sound and healthy growth on grow ing trees.. G elleralllerchandi e Ilerndon. all of LaGrange, FLu
faraway from native laud and friend.s.Ills and will supply bearing trees with the food nettled for heavy crops of fruit. 3i I.. A. B.VKXES. .
remains have been transported from IT WILL GIVE stock and Inxuria'ni .
nursery vegetables a growth and in the Register United States Land OtllCt'OTIC'i .. '
Tunis to Oak Hill Cemetery, Washington latter tends size
to give good and quality and early maturity.IT --- -
:' D. C., where they will rest until the last None but striilty Jtr(-'.1z** grnnl.are {.:
trumpet bids him rise to that Home. IS SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED FOR
Ollice at Gainesville :
Fla:. .
Sweet Home, where homeless ones shall S \
rest forever. ,> May H, 1883./
WALTON, AVIIAXN & CO., bought; and -old at this Stand. NOTICE is hereby given that the follow. '

Musical Hues 4re Hap Homes Wilmington, Del. in:,:-nailed settler has filed notice of his;

Yes our homes can be made happierand intention to make final proof in} support ,.
sweeter through the refining influences Ji Cajita'm McLean of the $lu p "_JJ1LtJJ" to bring you a bl.ld of the of his claim, and that said proof will be"-
of music. Put in the Piano'or the -tr-- made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk circuit :

Organ, provide the latest Music gather court at Tiiusville Urevard county Fla.;. '.
lathe children and the neighbors and PLOW BRAND. on Saturday June yo, IS&i, viz: John
make the old home ring with sweet and Houston, (one of the heirs of Samuel 1..

inspiring melody. JXO. AXDEUSOX, of Orinoml. Agent for East and South Florida. r.cltlc'mbc'r.Doll:1r will buy exactly Houston deceased), of Fan OaHie. Fig
' Where to the Piano lid. No. ., X 4 for the Jots ..S. & 11, See.;
} get or Organ. IS. Township S'2 S, Kange40 E. ,
Send to us, of course. So other House lie names the following witnesses
North or South can give you such bar. COLLINS CQ' HARTFORD $1.00 worth.Ustablishcd .it ,ir, prove his continuous residence upon and tn- :

., gaius. We lead all. Ten Grand Makers ) .T.f cultivation of slitllautl. viz:1". (;.CreeclJ' .

and over 300 styles to select trow. Low- .\. I". McMillan. J. O. Simmous,. slid J, ,_
est Rock Bottom Prices. Easiest terms Established, 1326. in lsJorders : '1'. Snell. of Eau Gallic. Fla. ,

for payment.Maker's names on all instru Y .> w."> J.. A.,'.-Es. Register., '.
ments. No stencil or cheap Instruments .. ;#
, .sold. Only house lit .America selling Pianos NOTICE.
\dJl'l:!:; to '--1
. and Organs ou the one price plan. L. S. Land Olliee at GuinesvilleFla.: 1 :;
Uniform pi ices to all.Purchasers supplied "} .J
April 23,1J 83. .
direct. Every man his own Vgent.PIANOS '. ,
having been entered af
I' -$200, 8225; 6250 $300. 't.MANUFACTURERS The Headquarters Store, this ullice by Frank Forster ngaiutJohn ....

OKGAXS-822., $30, S50, $.3. $100. .' &. Ellerberger'for abandoning; his Home-j
Sent on 15 days test trial. No money. ', stead entry Xo. :'It:;. dated apl'il2G.1Sj,
required! until satisfaction is given. Six ituM-ille, Fla. upon the lots 3. C. 3. and 7. Section 27,_"
months exchange privilege. Six years l'r Township 31 south TfangftSa East In> ,..

guarantee. Every Inducement that can --'; ;_.- Urevaid county: Florida, with a view to
honestly be extended; send for latest illustrated : 7:1 The riurida Male Gazetteer tin* cancellation of said entry: the atilt "f,

Catalogues, special offers. Price !._ and parties are hereby summoned to appear
, lists and full information. We can suit you at this! Otlice on the lath day oiJunclSS ,'.1 ..'.

and we will if we get_ half a chance. Cr BUSINESS DIRECTORY, nt'* cluck: p. in., to respond and furnishconcerniiig ,-:-

SMALL MUSICAL I.J.YSTR U..1IEXTS. Axes Coutcinugthetnalver, busiae mil fIld.t# donlueuG limOll.r said alleged abaii- .,,''"; '

Violins Martin Guitars, Accordeons. Hatchets Picks -of the- J.. .\. namo': Iteglsler.: ;" ". '
Iticliter Harmonicas, Concertinas Flutes 1 w.> JOHN F : ;\ .ect'5ver.,.. .

Fifes, Clarionets, Drums. Dobsou banjos AND OTIIEK EXTRA QUALITY Mercliant, rofeional & BUM ness men, NOTICE. .-. :Jt
Tamborines, Orgauinas. luimgnse stock. .
Direct importation. Lowest paces; send TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also and the principal fanners and landowners U. S. Land OIl' Gainesville. Fla. \ * ::_

for Retail Catalo ues. orange groves and plantation May 13.183./ .-.. :

P4GANL1I1T.tLIANSTRIXGS FINE STEEL AXD CHEAPER PLOWSOf *, together with a Complaint thing been entered tbU I.
Handsomest and best in the wide world. Office by W. C. Uonnell against L\P..
Our special brand sold for ten years past all sizes and prices from $3 to $Ip. Also, Plowing Machines. SLctch f AU Citiet, TJW1M tlml J711fljeit, Tyler for abandoning big hunujteul'ett.,' ,"-

Used by the best violinists. Price 23 cts Farmers will receive valuable! information, catalogues Ac., Ami how to reach them atilt other valuable try number G.G7.i. dated June 1... 1SiV. ,3. )1:a
each. S3 cts per set for Violin, $1 25; for by writing to the makers information. upon the lot \I). 1, :Sectilrll 2:1: and IOI3. ;,, "

h itar. COLLINS & CO.. 212 .Water St.. New York. Tliis important work will be i tied just No 2and3Seetiuu: : 2li. Township 10 S, .... .
SHEET MUSIC. Immense stock. Everything 1ane 38 }.. ill Brevard county }o'roridl.-? "_,':
:\.i POOH a, the labor of collecting with view '
published. Everything published. a to the cancellation of said 'l

Over 300,000 pieces 011 our shelves. Pncc and tvmpiliiig the facts can etc l acconiplHied. entry : the ;.tidpartiesare hereby sumuioucd .,, .'
reduced. Music Books in endless variety. : To the bii-ini-- inmu- to appear :at thuOtlke} on the 26tl ....' 'aday .
Thousands of music teachers supplied. PARONSILL of dune 1&::%. at 10 o'clock i. in. to .*$,'..
Catalogues free. nity thi will he the mo-t valuable lM> ok rt>:-jM>nd and;: testimony concerning -. "A, ',..

RAND 1.1 STR 1111ESTS Brass and Silver that has yet been publi-hed alxiutFlorida. l said alleged abandonment. ,-1' {

German, French and American. 1 1 0- And will eotnt>!.ul v rhaitt*th*Woo4 IB the ontlra.,Mm in three mnathi. ABT p.rx>n who will uk uSE; I'.l.t. Trice $; to InJsoM L. .\. llaKNKS, Kcgister. -,. :
tar' Valves, Light Piston, Genuine Cour- For EACH NIGHT F male FROM: ON E TO TWELVEWtiE64.m..bsr..wr.dto..nnbealthif. .inch atb.i.punbt.. > by j>ub>eri>- .> 4\v JUH.V F. KOI.LINS. lteceivel' .;
conn .
Cumplainu tbr* Pills bar no pu.l. Phpm..s..e th m m th'ir t'r cur S"W tois. Bands supplied with full sets. All 1 orxtnibj m&aror Ii e DUiaitai>ii. M-nJ for pwnphUt. L S.JOHK8ON it CO>3o.ton.:Kum.SPORTSMEN'S thin.Iliilou JIl'-.i

\ cOlDlwtitiolll11eet; send for catalogues. NOTICE. ,J'.,:
=;.v HOME SWEET IIO JIE. Our for.tdrt ;sug: (J. S. Land Ollice at Gainesville, '
. ular Home Magazine, Monthly 50 rents i-op- EMPORIUM I)]. 1 XA111 I 1 Page with book 5S9. *Pa?-'with[book $3KJfAgents I" May 2:1.: Fla..} !.:

per year; illustrated.! Cheapest magazine I Complaint having been entered at this .t| '
in existence; ejieciiiien copy free. Premium R. C. SCRIMGEOUR LINE, every county, to Oflice by Deborah U. Cleveland against \?,:

Album containing over $4.00 worth DOUliLE DAILY. whom liK-ral term. will IHT oilcretl.-'tba 'J'rue1Uuall1l1erlip., for 'abaudoniu;.: his. '".."
of music given each subscriber. Taxidermist ail Naturalist t. HOIlU' tcatl Entry Xo. :;,isc; dated April. ;

Every Musical Want Supplied at KirJs A mouui'.l \\llh.ovmeJ respect (':1-1-3 in? I he l". >. Ml!. CUSHING & APPLEYARD, Pubs., i li. IS;.. upon the lots 3.I.. 5, and G, 1
for AnatomyEverything Section :!G. Township 31 S.Uange 39 E.
LtiHfflL & Bates Southern Music House I appertaining to shootingand Elegant Side-wheel Steamers.REGULAR P. O. Box KH2.] Jacksonville! Flu. ill Brevaul county, :Florida with a dew

SAVANNAH, GA. filling to be found at my establishment MAIL. --- --.--- ----,- to the cancellation of said entry: the .

The Great H7 >/<' afe Piano& Organ Dcjtot at rcasouablerates. <:EO.)1. m ID. Capt. U..J.)h'r<'il'r. Valuable "Property said parties are hereby summoned to appear .
at this Cilice on the 12th of July
of the&Juth.ONLY Also dealer in the Celebrated Lion II. 1;. PLANT, Cai.t.J. VT, "ilzgcral .'01" Sale ISS'i. at 10 o'clock a. m. to respond day and

brand Asbestos paint in all colors AN ITA, Du.t.C. II. Irlllk. furnish testimony said} alleged
concerning ,
820. ready for use. Thc best and cheapest < n.-of tho u\t-iiainril ,i.tcuuwr,"'i1IINl\'t Thirty acres of land in the City PointHanuiMfk. abandonment.

paint ever introduced for House or.float l>u i.iry wharf. foot of L:utrt ...r.'ct. il.tilvccpt eX Splendid new galvanizedWire J..,.\. liaRNEs
t use. Oil stoves iu} great variety, sUltav} >uniliy.it3 i>-m. for 1'AL..VTK.\, >.\\- 5 Register
K.K1, KM' ;ln'ltl>K tut.! ull iutcruivOtat Fence around twelve acres. Five 4t Join F. 1:0LLI S, Kecciver.
for family or boat use. l.uiilingKOnA-,.
CJ '. hundred young and healthy Orange treesForty

> : I)}; 1\ bearing trees. Heautiful Rive Six mouths after date I
:\,t.'UI.t.Leo. YO.I'I. will present to
PraU's Celebrated Astral Oil always ills I Front. Six acres as fine cane awllll1ImaImll his Honor .J. A. McCrory. Judge of the

I' Ont of the short- trunt .r-< will' oa there is in the state. Adjoining county coiirtof Urevard county:Fla. my ....
STOCK.Triple I leave lH-lurj" wharf noot of 'I the land final accounts and vouchers as administrator
; dally .oilltII ', ." of the Ii rn. Win. H. of
except ) at.4 :11 ]> m. and ln iu Sharpe the EstateofSaniucl Moore late
plated '"!able" from .! \\". Kuiluuy wlurf ni. for j i I lewis of said
; ware theil t' *ttlatk&.!;Sanfonl Luterpri- an'tall interaw. a good opportunity for any onejdeMringto county deceased and ask for a final
House of Holmes, Booth & Hayden. Iliatcl\II.lllIg.,. I I make a g,Mxl investment discharge as such Administrator.:
t Lanterns, Razors, Combs, Xick Xacks Connect. it lalatka with }lnri mu sold.
in endless variety. Iullroalltllallll.'lO'llle au.i O ahi. :I > Titles j>crfect. March S), 1SS3. (li.rut)
Coniu-cl-i Astoi with :"t.Jolins ami Lake Parties,' intending to purchase ran make --- -
Clgdl'S1'tilt! CO: Pi'I Kutls far Fort Ma-ton Yallha. I....,.... I'I enquiries of Dr. G. W.
burg and all joints on tIle L"Noel'Uc!;'WUh1. Holmes or }Inn. -
and all smokers article t > n<-ctat Volu4a, with cuacla-a for Ur- ;' ,\ II. bharpe. For terms mid further CURES
Hum-1 :u..l1)tolll"I I I WHESt AIL USE FAILS ?
AVheu you cannot lhul Il'articulmoltl.lrf'>'s A. P. Porham Quit- Bt.&CbugSSyrup. TaHtmKixxi.4
at Minfoi.l UselaUme.
\ lib><>iuh Klorida Rail holdbydruK \ jCO
what you want in the other stores ill '1'1loao: our Lou i '\\ she, .Miilainl, .\l>ol'V.i City, I 1 man Ga. or 1:. Perham City Point Flu r>4 S U MP.T lO
t tusvillejustgive 1..C. :S. call and oilaixlo, Kistiinnu-r. and will ''''or i
a confer
you ie: uerrfurIaike.leupsaltlakeau.l with Captain Peter Wright; of !:,
will be sure to get suited. t ivurrv and liiilian Uiv t r. 1:04:1.1!,I .
the fast
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hailing )
PHILADELPHLVSINGER --- r Connect, at Jnt'rprl..eth: coaches for ; who soil II "TH. BEST IS CHEAPEST."
l>.i>"tona ami Niu1'ij ni.i and Titu-\ilkj -. '1 i carry parties toe the p: erty I B c11Es. THRESHERSS1\f"JIUS.\
MACHINE C. J, HECTOR, j Kiluniiiir M.iiltvanivri leave KiilvrprNo I gorse Powers
eiry uiurning at : sad :
aufonlat Tiiou.: in.,
EQUAL TO ANT SIXGEU ix THE MA.UKET. :unl 1):u iu.. itiaJvin?; l"IuotC cuiuuilionMith FOR SAL.h Ilulled toa**t.IolW.> Write for*-u tt IIlus.Pmmphle* .
The above cut represents the most popular -.., F. any W. Iullwllfor. all points Nur t h. a.d. Prica IlIttAwtDilw style for the people which we ofd'you r Hardware and Eat anti Wtt.rtiThrough A flat-lwttomed boat, sloxp'-rito'ed. ---- -

for the very low price of 20. It C- lllsola.UlIggl\.ttlto all point.-I. Twenty-tliree feet long, with a comfortable NO PATENT, NO PAY

member, we do not ask you to pay until 1 in The steamers of thk line are all nr"tclav 4 cabin, and new sails. Good PATENTS Obtained for 11I'chlnicI1lIIe.
every respttKt breadth
have seen the machine. After Iming :: .
you General Prod"Ice }'orturtbcr information apply at General of beam insuring wd j II\DII Laltl:1.11: pr Iiminurynexytminutkat3*
examined it if it is not all we Ticket I g carrying capacity, ay patentnhillty
represellit Uflii-e eornerlay ami Lanr.i street:;. inventions. free. War
returuit to us at .our expense. w'.Istt.TT.tNJlatlacr.nd loat L perfectly tight and sails well.- .uiilo for obtaining PutrntIs Rent frm
your interests and order at once, or se t C. J..FE"ICK..Gt U. 13.. \;Ctlt. \lru a good mule of small size i 1 JT1lT.wht're/ lrcs -Lorj:>1\1;(;};I.t tV.
for circulars and testimonials. MERCHANT will I of Puteiita. Waahlngton.. D.t.. __
work -
Address ChARLES:: A. Wood & CO.. NA"AlAJr.\.nledr..BATTLES: anywhere. For further particularsaddress -- -

No. 17 N. Tenth St., Philadelphia. Pa., Melbourne, Floiida. Ma f,:.,.&!. 11r-ledint; Doctor-raj U.oryWt el'atSe afi, 1> SHirrEM.
McLarS, 43 Cm oio\"clUbcrlClth. tt 17 |.a)(, l-KDY i CO.631 OcKcut SI..rLW.coJw.l'U. So S ; i 47 2m tinp.o. luiint; .;
Titusville .
Fla. I ...- .C.)kC\-U/v ad ok 8UfER.Ci.l'AJ.Wc1"Iua,1'A.AUrer.J.

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:, '.'.'i'lii.t '.;.JIEAUTY_ :. ,. ," J'\:t.{: time*:-._- at- 'nearly- i Din entmy.that-is evens conquered Better Than s f '.Medicine,. I Muscovite Christianity.
p\: '
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,"', ; if. : .to Sects and Sectarianism In Russia-
', + ODDF lair. ', It was an editor who having a dish
l Sr mind M dear*.:alrX'. _, Mixed husbandry is the only sure, way to the bestlndTAntage it is best to keep of celery offered him at dinner,absentmindedly Secret Centres of Disaffection.It .

.. .. none; to success in farmin Repeated the trees single, and not: in clusters ,as '
.b.-,goes cropping is only recently that we began
.. to crowdof very
"Owing a
-. ...-.. replied
.. none.i ,
ri, .:,,,,- M ii with i.eing1e'eereal do which is done by keeping
.' ,i 't'r-. = 1fOlllaD rich. .. wfll ,bring a many easily other matter we are unable to make to have anything like a thorough and
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,.i' .. :,;'C....'"'" _-fill too..i p "'.I.<_..11_ .,waste of the plant-food elements:in, ,the the sprouts cut'o1r when.the 'tree is room for it." ..' i accurate knowledge of, the condition of

" .,:1'\" r' ' caue U11 weuauo piAt' .soil that :win, in the end,'so reduce the small. 'When only a single trunk is 'things in the' interior of Russia. Possessed

'.;:Lr:! ; .J"-" .-"' ............:: yield as t 'entail certain loss upon the required to be looked after, it is'easy to Husband (2 A. ]I.' after a curt, it unloubtedly is, ,of many ef

r &::.., lest pleebood ;. M: land-owner., This fact win dot more. examine 'all ,around the tree, which lecture)-"Well: all I've got to say is if the essential elements which united do

'1$$she hath will, toward the Dalrymples should be done twice in May you are a person of refinement and i x
:: 1 k """ bbl.arm'd she is to ill. forcing to cutup a year, I much! to the establishment of the Empire -
l 9io<>'. ." ki D cl. I and and If is done faithfully good breeding ought to be above
/ "j ".. awea like the_t j- dispose of their immense land September. this you Yet Russia. is not without manyof
'I10'- areas than anything else thee is but little danger from talking to a drunken fellow at this timeof
though they ,
... .ielouU I call that love mine. the elements of disunion, and it is
% ".... Ilia aDd hit and thin! may not now see it in that light. borers, providing coal ashesor gravelbe the nigLt."Birmingham OtcZ. not by any means an impossibility that

' I.,beiat7e fur t wi! : Com which is hilled will blow down heaped up around the trees duringthe "When I want to enjoy a ,retrospective some of the native. forces.. with, unity
iIWI .and : more readily than that which has less summer season. If trees with vigorous "
..II view of life, said Mr. Smiley, as may do much to hinder the full realization -
. be eau compse it, culture. This can be accounted for by healthy wood can't be obtained,
;tC' ",.of- as he selected good seats in the gallery, of the Russian dream of world.
';.:.: "i',.< .- the fact that corn roots run very near I I the quince is a crop that promises as "I go to the minstrels. All the dear dominion.

fmf f }:," "Ag 1 ultural.. the surface, and when hills are made I I I profitable returns as any fruit that old jokes that I was brought up on are From a well-informed pamphlet,,
:',,g., they are confined to the small but if only diseased trees can '
\: ., ::1111"f\' -. space covered grows, sure to be\there, and Ilaughtill the tears lately published in Germany we learn
mf:*t''TZ;fltarfarant. says that potash, by the hill, while in level culture be obtained, it is useless to set an orchard -. come at the memory of the days when that there. are scattered over the Em-

;W:1J1t Jnbe shape of wood ashes or the roots run from one row to the other, with the expectation of a profit. I. Jimmy and I played nigger in the wood- pire not fewer than fourteen millions of

ym'of: aulpbate or muriate, is afjiiMr thus enabling the corn to stand strong, I shed with a cigarbox for banjo, and the dissenters, not to speak of Jews, Mo-

r der for melons. as nature intended, and in no way liableto The Workshop.For old lady's' best milk-pan for a tam- hammedans, Roman Catholics, and

*'.:J."i'- of the 3'ew Engiandt be blown down except by winds of bourine."
. DC1ent those who would naturally come under
;;{: .Wln40 wooden
unusual violence. purposeof hardening
am that where the land is new J I! the name of Protestants. 'Of Jews
t When old Mrs. Bunsby had got
there need1il..j.1 Beef cattle have advanced in price pulleys, the pulley, after it is turned
. il j&i'ineral elements through reading in the ) an account there are about 2,600,000; of Moham-
in and during the last five years.140 per cent. and rubbed smooth, is boiled for about

..;' :; '" ..... l r -of,' black knot plum The price to Eastern consumers has not eight minutes in olive oil. It is then of the last great fire, she raised medans, about 7,500,000: ; of Roman..

" t.' ..,. ,ineL.,,:- advanced in like ratio for the reason allowed to dry, when it will become her spectacles from her eyes to.the Catholics,about' 7,500,000 ; of Protestants -
\ 11,000 cattle one for every two head and remarked "If about 2,800,000. The Russian
,. of her
;:.i' ... that part of the gain to the Western I exceedingly hard. top ,
<.:?<....."..1:'#.u.:...surface, exist on the. Island :. farmer comes from improved quality the firemen would wear the genuine (Greek) Church or Orthodox' Catholic,

; l l .,, ,it being _not quite seven the same weight of live animal yielding, An anti-friction composition used homeknit stockings, such as [we make is set! down at a little over 60,000,000.Of

i ,'.',-_" ash way.if it' were square.. It more and better dressed beef. Cheaper with great success in Bavaria instead of and wear in the country,they wouldn'tbe these 60,000,000 it is said that about I

? t. 'bfle cow forevery ten acrespound transportation is credited with 40 1 oil, tallow, etc., is thus made : 10$ a burstin' of their hose at every I II 14,000.000, more or less, are Dissenters.
t' tr flaatwrtsoe-. parts of lard are melted with two parts fire" I The sects with priests are estimated at-
of the increase but this advantage
J.; "" let the breed be of pulverized plumbago. The lard is I I 3,000,000. Those without priests are-
fII1>liytper should also be shared by consumers in a "SETTLE WID MosE.The follow-i
. will cost' very near the melted, the plumbago mixed in slowly, set down at' 8,000,000. Of, :what arty
.. may,
fair deal. ing notice is by a Virginia blacksmith :
pBTJQne bushel of corn will produce stirred well, and the mixture applied called Spiritualistic Christians there are

'! vk'iBB:j toeleven pounds of poultry. It Professor Taylor, of the Agricultural cold. "Notis.-De co-partnership heretofore 1,000,000; and'what are known as
and Mose Skinner
resisting betwixt me
"10 t. 'difference whether Leghorns, Department, says that if feeds, grain, Circular saw collars should be turned Chlysty and Skopzy are estimated at
iii! Dem what
is hereby resolved. as owes
pgaO' Bocks or Brahmas eat thewritersays dormant plants, vines etc., be placed in true on the mandrel on which they are 65000.
, will settle wid and dem
. : .. the firm me,
a high vessel with a small quantity of to be used. If the collars are not exactly :Most of these sects owe their originto
ma., de firm will settle wid Mose.
; ..". what owes
f-- ,i j;.. he has never failed to naphthaline, and the vessel be covered, true, or the saw badly finishednear an attempt which was made some

_"''*- x pet by the use of' beans. lie in a few hours any insect which may the eye, the deviation will be multiplied A Cincinnati man caught in the belting two hundred years ago to revise 'the

' :gape,pint of bean meal, xiixed with infest will be asphyxiated. If the sub- many fold at the rim of the saw. and whirled around at the rate of a religious books. and the ritual. ,Ot

" *- w forI four successive 'days, stance be chemically pure it will not If an 8-inch collar is out 1-100 part of I mile in about two minutes, was rescued those who have priests, the meet

. 'I. .i found that quantity :sufficient affect the vitality of the seeds or plants. an inch, it will throw a 72-inch saw'out uninjured. When asked if he wasn't numerous are'the Pomorzy, the Fhill-

t .. .._the'worst: cases. He thinks ifi'iasiuuretejfed Those who are alarmed about the bean 9-100 of a inch. dreadfully frightened, he answered : powzy and the Kupitones, all of whom

-t with bean meal several weevil would do well to make a trial of Steel tools sprung in hardening can "2so; I thought my wife had caughtme attach much importance. to what may

tiMi-Vyear ,they would never be this simple remedy. be straightened. in tempering. Hardened and was running me out by the back be called generally baptism,by lire. Of"

ii* f Makled wi>:'garge Remedy for Rheumatism In the steel, when not enough to change of the neck." .. the priestlees sects the most numeroBs-

; -si Of Khird grass the bite Mr. Stanton Horse. the color to straw color or purple, is Statistical are the Fedojsejewzy, and the Straminki. -

. .CritidHjsin'.his' treatise on grasses : When a horse falls lame at uncertainand about as pliable as annealed steel when .* The latter are homeless,restless-

11iit imonythat has been collected irregular intervals, and suddenly eold. So pieces wraped in hardeningcan Comptroller Knox says the passage of wanderers, and aiy opposed to marriage,,

'.,& puts of the world for two cen- recovers and as suddenly gets lame while hot, be straightened with a the new Internal Revenue Act relievesthe holding that since the death of the-

..J- establishes the place of this again, it indicates that the cause is rheumatism hammer, or, better, with a screw-press, national and State banks and the famous Nikon of Moscow no priest te-

:ajyto among the very best of forage which is a form of inflammation without danger of breaking.To private bankers from a tax amountingon entitled to perform the ceremony.All .

gaa.,and the interests of.our graziers arising from a disordered and usu- preserve wire rope against wet the average to about $1,000,000 a of the above named sects believe

'Ml 4ikymen would be greatly promo- ally acid state of the blood, and attacks rust and keep it pliable, apply raw lin- month. The amount of tax collected that Antichrist is in power in Russia. ,
the fibrous structures the muscles and from the national banks on capital of the-*
submit the
k. 'y.ifs more. extended cultivation seed oil with a piece of sheepskin, wool and they to authority
\." '". tendons of the body. It is frequently and deposits during the last fiscal year State reluctantly and under compulsion.
,:'Xr.'T.Gremer, in tie Farm and inside; or mix the oil with equal parts
,ftriet,asp that the easiest and quick- constitutional and hereditary, and of Spanish brown and lampblack. To was $5,959,702, of which $437,774 only They refuse to pray for the Czar; and

XjTHj to destroy theweeds that gene- shifts from place to place without warn- preserve wire rope under water or under was upon capital, the remainder being the reason assigned for their wandering

:nByart'about the time when the ing and very suddenly, and it may as ground, take mineral or vegetable deposits. The tax upon State bjndsand habits is that they are in perpetual

; rapidly disappear by warmth, the heat private'bankers was ,249,172, of flight from antichrist. The CLlysty ,
l.... tale up, so that the lOws can tar, add one bushel of fresh slaked are .
,>Nneiplabrlyisbya of of the sun or a change of the weather, which a little more than one-fifth was a; their name signifies, selfQagellatorvIt
; thorough use lime to one barrel of tar, which will

rainy warm weather being favorable. capital. The total tax collected is their belief that their founder .
upon ,
drag. lie places great em- neutralize the acid ; I oil it well, then ...,.
Indigestion will cause it to t:r a deposits and capital all Daniel was personification --
1. .*,1IpoG this and deems it far more.tiYvetOtin appear, saturate the rope with boiling tar. upon upon Pbtipowitch, a
the cultivator and hoe cold, or even exposure to a slight classes of banks during the last year of God. They are fond of great.
The of iron i boilers is not
'it i NSieapeuse.. change of temperature. The most effect- strength j was $11,208,875. The amount gener- names; and they have ,,among them

rJ1' ive remedy is alkaline- salts, as ace- affected by the working temperaturesup ally collected from two per cent. check- m my Christs, :many Mothers of God,.

Reach" chemist claims to:have tate of potassa or hyposulphate of soda, to considerably over 400 P. nor by stamps is about two and a half millions and many prophets. The Skopzy are
>-4 Wired a method of overcoming the low temperatures down to the
: given in one-ounce doses and continued freezing and the act repealing the use of these self-immolators, in this respect resembling
.i. patomng vineyards from the'fatgea But when the of
"o' .. for week or two. Local applications point. temperature stamps takes effect on the first of July the Pomorzy and Phillpoway,

of rube phylloxera. Ills process of hot fomentations to the limb affected, the plates, through the absence of wateror both of whom, under certain circum-
;i.Bjfthocu&ie the vines with the next.THE .
phenol rises much above5O
any Bother cause,
or of stimulating liniment, will be use COFFEE PLANT.-Statistics stances, encourage suicide by burning.

'-P W: ne'phylloxera do not attackTrthBS ful. No corn should be given, and soft W, then change commences. Above i prove that the coffee plant will bear -Jfeu York J.raLJ..

r- treated, and.are extirpatedfiwt mashes of bran or oats and linseed 750 the tenacity diminishes very rapidly I climate extremes, and that it will _._- ,
| : :"of food. The vines are in no and when the become red hot -'--
the food.- plates much .
should form the bulk of thrive in localities differing as as
s_hjaredby the inoculated ,. lost half of their usual
t process. have
: they fully Purer
q Thormujhbrcd Stock Journal, Phila. 20 degrees to W degrees in average Origin of.Simon

., e offish pomace depends on strength. temperature. It nourishes best on
j iI! When Crowing the Quince. Alluding to a question asked by a sides from 1500
pure and dry, ore uplands and mountain ,
tatYeli Among the cooking fruits the quince correspondent in regard to water power level and in SIMON uUE.-This name which i5>
rr : 'so, it is rich in phos- to 4500 feet above the ten ,
: I and_ i nitrogen, containing from occupies a prominent place, and for I running faster at night than in the day the tropical belt between the 25th degree often heard, is that of a Pennsylvania

J taB :,cent of the former and 5 to 7 some years past has commanded a very I time, a contemporary says: "We have north and the 30th degree south of Quaker in Mrs. Centlivre's comedy,.
< high price. This has been caused by been asked the question before, and it "A Bold Stroke fora Wife." Be Ing-
;4a ; .Utter, If, sp.on'. lead in a the equator. Brazil boasts sixteen
re hate the fact that owing to a diseased state is always well, before trying to solve wild. about: to visit London attend the
the phosphate is not imrae- species of the, plant growing
of the tree it has become very difficult curious phenomena, which we have quarterly meeting of his sect, his friend
TaTUiable, because, being in the But coffee, as an article of commerce,
to fruit of the first quality. Howto from to the truthof Aminadab lloldftist sends a letter of
grow hearsay only, verify
7>.is not soluble until they tieMatsachusetts only began to be known in Brazil in
overcome this difficulty is one of the the statements. This we did, tim- recommendation ::nd introduction to
Ploughman. I 1722. By the year 17W that country
: problems yet to solve. The quince, un- ing the revolutions of the wheel; we though another Quaker, Obadiah Prim, a rigid

". oE- ? ;! : fertilizers, there -is nothing like other fruit trees, has been propagated found them actually the same, notwithstanding exported 14,000,000 pounds 25- and stern man;.who is guardian of Anne-
Cuba at that period was shipping
V 'iorrood' ashes, says Hiram Sibley, from slips, and not by grafting or that all present in the Towards the end of Lovely a young lady worth JK50,000.:
>\ r Mould be broadcast im- 000,000 pounds. ,
r 1 I sown' budding on seedling roots,consequentlythe shun imp irPt1 that they mn faster at however Colonel Feignwell, another characterin *'
t atter the last century, large sugar
plantiag cornor applied entire tree, root and branch, is a nig:.:. VUc suiic uv-sc: ;. is that by in Brazil the same play,' who'is enamoured of
and other were converted -
,abotit the plants as soon as production from old wood that in iS ;i:.: tiiih'us ci tlCltM. u.f .notion and in1t30 Miss Ix>velyjind her handsome fortune,,
: coffee
% are.iup.. : Cnl into plantation,
is a potash plant, progress toward old age has gathered up of pcndtiuus appears more availing himself of an accidental dis-
? u I : the exportation reached "
res the ,
phosphates. Fertilizers
that instead of bein' co\eryof Holdfast's letter and of its
various deseases, tapir and fc avitT, whil in ih" flay '
tons in 1840 43,432 tons in 1S50, $,-
; ,
i H sought which contain both himself'off
J in a measure overcome by vigorous j liust* it is icrtially: <1ro\\r.c.l ly other tons. contents, succeeds in passing
and in 1800
907 tons 143,071
vWi!sown broadcast, they may be seedling roots, is encouraged by the I iim-ics; this.nctinj nn the inclination; : Subsequently; there was, some diminu- I on Prim as his expected visitor.

f fcXS11111-S&TKVSJ ly with Profit feeble roots that spring from de&eased c.uiso* the :umpt5on of a greater tion in the returns. Coffee has now The real Simon Pure, calling at Prim's

:, 5vPrie: *; of: wheat b greatly slips. This process of growing trees "t';(oit\.'. Simply timing uith a watch begun to be largely cultivated in Coli- house, is treated as impostor. and is

liag'to wood to be at once "0 in order to hunt
: the English farmers. from diseased ought i'"ys the i'.lusion. ma, a small State on the Paciliu coast. obliged .to depart ui

N''. ,...;.-. .. *.!:jea; years of greater or less failJ'itre'donbting'riow abandoned and a new departure taken. I ..._ A line drawn from the port of Vera witnesses who can testify to his indenti- I I

", !. : -whether a New seedlings should be grown from Cruz to the port of Manzauillo would ty. Meantime, Feignwell succeeds in

l 'gyp J wound 1 pay at present low the most perfect specimens of fruit ; getting from Prim a written and uncon-
The President of the North Chicago bisect Colima, and the toffee grown in
7 i t They acreage sown to heat even then at first many of the seeOBings of ditional consent to marriage with
Rolling Mill Company declares his belief this district has the reputation being:
,1.much smaller than usual. will possess constitutional weakness, Con1oand Oriza Anne. No sooner has he obtained possession -
that the Amalgamated Association remarkably good.
cull or low prices corrects they must, from diseased of the document than Simon
) coming as
n b to that of Cuba but
will accede to the concessions asked bj ba coffee equal ,
:1 t;'the 'farmer who'goes on tree 'but no doubt some will escapeand I Pure reappears with his witness, and
; the manufacturers, and that they do the ( (.1ima is said to be sUptriortnn to
: t for high or low prices be healthy and vigorous. As soon Prim discovers the trick that has been.
,"..1M 1..6: 4 not necessarily involve. reduction of the favorite Mecbrt. In Mexico, coffee
: obtained all of
thus ut him.
1' !' ''fad.' as healthy trees are wages, as if the selling price be above culture is making great progress, and upon
'j 1>; > to be fifty the diseased trees should be destroyed.We -- ..--.. --
injurious 2! cents per pound it means an advance.A is destined hereafter to be oue of the

For vegetable gardens; fifty.x already have some new seedling committee of iron workers had a main exports of that country. The strife of politics tends to unsettle-
_. de while quinces that are said to be healthy and .. .
) ,. seventyrfive at- conference with the proprietors of theE s- the calmest understanding and ulcerate'the
rapP1etreea and more than fiftySeventyfive produce excellent fruit; iif, so, the old hornet is ob de most most benevolent heart. There are
& G. Brooke Iron Company, at De one peaceable
as soon as .
.j should be
b millionNtlmated trees in'deworl'till bigotries or absurdities too gro>9 f*i
Birdsbnro, Penna., and it is believedthe things jer infringes on no
.J,>> as the damage done there is any indication, of ditlculry will be satisfactorily: ad- his rights. When yer does dis, look out parties to create or adopt under t ht'.*

f! J !;i in Illinois in one, seasop, the new seedlings introduced, to replace is the justed. The Company employs in its for dar's gwine to be a mighty sudden stimulus of political is'a-ruts Whiff

1&Ir1yten ycare ago'the annual lossStates them. The enemy to the quince *.
works and mines 1400 men. I
U '
:it:f from insect depre- borer, which"works near the .roots. ;but
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LaGrange, -

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.. .. .. .. r, '4"td'''&.. LLSCOTT
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,... "' ?.. .FIX'l'.UIiES FUu
<\'t.. j,( -- .1i to Ja: GI.Dte. .LiMPs.& ,
;: .. Tbeidarasd Friday 'itSaturday : : City: & THRASH
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f, !.. '.-ittBa'n&-W"'':: r.> -<"Jt. ",.-, : "eT-- :; -j=!..!-',).}_;aadrrtday:: .-_- lil'HaPe a large list_of .. WOOIJFtEN ATTORNEYS=AT-L W.. '

..:jf' J'-. ;".L-j'i. h\ aDd Sanford '
.. -. .. .> Corn ;
;;;t"i" .' .. Meal ,
....'...:...'::' "-., .,.:.s.. :....'."..t. _. ..' : Wednesday' ,. 'and. ''"Bator-' :Orange Groves_ Mr.Scott is now located at'' '
,..,1;;, -r. ; : >< *. .' : 'Real Estate Law a aC
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: ,..."",. >' t.- SOR 8 NOTICE.
% '"i b'J ': ,Co')"[r.'" ,... : Precincts at'the'follow- ON mGHHADOOK & FIRST-CLARS .Hay, ; B. MAGRUDER,- %* ,y

i'. ,ed_ ., : the Tax Returns.; ':
< .
::t. iEM
':n ; a.. "3SRI S" JWan;; Oats Etc. ,;:P

J........ 4 '..-0':-"_'fjt: it. \ ; June*' .6th 9th Which we are offering at- AND N O T A R Y PURL*|" N'

, .f '.lagol.t. "..,{, 8 ; -, 12th also agents for '
; ,.v. Rockledge, T ,
; ... ... i"" } .. 15th BOTTOM PRICES. ;
1'1= & :; .. : '
fiS;' 'if '.' -""" : :: ," .19th n' Jacob .Reeds' Sons, : MINOR S. JOKES.AHORNEYATU.
; lya
A." : : : 23rd J
:;;; 'forktsssrs'ffiverXsMsria- : SANDERS, Assessor..., First Quality At Low Figures.; Samples to be seen at store.NOTIONS. ,, }|| a
*' ;.i;;' ; d May 1883. '
,'.", ,..,a.. .......... '' Several Large Tracts Of, Titusville, /I
ifai' ,
i' : '.
:r,, ,5 .:' :.:Itf..: 30 days, com I M. E. EXGLIS1I. "
of June, for the ,
; .:=x=;;ii: a; 11. pur ,-
1 taxes for 1882, after Notary Public State at Laird
:'. ( well to G P. '. & FUTOlSllil Goods.
'Mr.T.llir.. will be tloeed. adapted Cloth g Affidavits drawn and all business
1'.> l'nt"L: ii i1h U. to me promptly attended to.
;fi! .werelD NOTICE. Sugarcane, and Early vegetables.Also .
.. .
" ." F.;""..';. business Office at his :resldence, *
: any: .
.,- -nE;'.... tiiH-'r."J.: '. .... and County License= is J. M. Dixon ., ;
: :: unimproved Lands In all sections Titusville. e. 'IKCOWIIE.
.SJi CourtHooaewatliiiNt, please come forward
':'. have license said licenses TTTCSVILLE, .: : FLORIDA. i
to a'daac. .. *_ ,*. of the county.A D.
i -aJ from J. A. McCrory at Dealer in )
: : (
-Doctor A.)
: :
:: ;(,. my lawful deputy, for Medicines Chemicals
; town. &'. aP'WO..i ) D. W. QuAIo. Physician and Surges

... ., services. *.iiU,>;ndhi: >i, &..iii : for Brevard Co. Fancy and Toilet Articles.Perftmery ,
., ..
: Homesteads Left
t' ,
; .
"" stu Paints Oils Titusville. -
,; .Mr.J. l.. oaa .

'' ;., .r stride' I Parties having money to purchase mortgages Varnishes brushes,&almost everythingkept g F. GRAY.,
. ; acddeit rv tich4 hrppei d RlVER. will find safe investments on undoubted by a first-class Drug House. '
.. .> ,. : Any drug, medicine or instrument -
.aI., Z. _"' : -J secunty' Watch Maker and Jewefcrv -
: week.; -y i SMITH'S needed by customers v1 4}

.r tbe'' -o- and not on hand, will be ordered. ALL WORK WARR1lRED..u
._'! .. t lIl.4: ,Line.. )Prescriptions carefully compoundednight Work or orders left with P. K. Wi ce
Ileegatbaaa I> Post Office,Titusville or with A.Bn ,
.' .pdrtVouIditiio'tbVlitttf = : ':'' ''' "ASTATULA," Real Estate placed in our hands ,for sale, or day.with accuracy and dispatchby Grange will receive prompt atte&do 1 1In
:;. r :weu..MU; 1 exchange, or to let, will receive prompt competent persons. Iy3G Titosvllle every Monday. ,$ -- j -1
> and '
;.. ---- ,or toky ; Enterprise, attention. \\imMtiff\ *
.'. ., ':"", ; .. -". -. : I Friday for Lake Poin- NEWSPAPERSub DR. B. R. W1XSON. -i'KSH
TitnsvUe, S4.1883 'u *
-Wbo1 I May 5>t B? j
'. .r., ..-.. '.$ I at, Bockledge r'
-Tfiere.wi1 be.J.p" 'IU-,:, ; : Titusville and all points Titusville & Lake "Worth.OSTBANDER'S Agency. win continue the practice of Medktaf J

; letes,at;W.--".!BMagotet! .... "'... ,I' Lake Worth., The The undersigned having opened a Titusville and vkmw+1TL

to afternoon at :/2vp,,,, ,: I at Salt Lake for Titus ,.R
i<1 'bers are nrratir recmnted MSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Office at J. M. Dixon's Drag flNi ,

f,. =- *fif.? trip. INDIAN RIVER STEAMERS! Will be to receive
.t --ThegovernnMOt... pleased subscriptionsto B. IIAWIEYD.Bi

;'::" dmc built at pap 'a..= Poinsett every Wed U. S. ,MAIL LINE, any A ,

:} Keeper ftJ.e'- .. at 4 p. m. ,Prompt ,Periodical or Newspaper published. Visiting Dentist;
Fast Steel Hull
, I made with line The. Light-Draft, .
'that tho work' "t daily
is ba
J '_. e -o- Makes frequent trips to Indian

, ,'rapIdly;.r.':.: 'n ;:\jff',:.'.i,7',;;>, Joe and Smith all points, Steamer, Save time, trouble and expense by applying Lake Worth, Ac., i 1

; TheSTAX'.reoeived'a? Manager. "CINDERELLA!!" to cHAs. H. NAUMAN, P.O. Address, New Smyrna]

; ri MU 4.'FaSise i.iid.t.:1',
.) \ :; H. Subscription Agent, rj H. NAUMAff..
: ireoL'Mr.hTiie7". : CAPT.WILL MOOBE,
alonthi+:on'oar:7rnr: .v=- : Dr Haulover P.'O., Brevard county. Fla.
Having ample and.splendid accommodations Justice of the Peace'
! imp_ WitJ ii. : .. for Passengers and Freight, and '
Public 81 ate at-
r I Rotary
.: arranged expressly for Mall Ser
, .. --Captain Mooxe,;.i i V vice and Navigation of this beautiful I CommlBsioner=of Land*tor the 1PENNSYLVANIA. .

,\ retomed" 'fromSanfori'hist" SI Q N" S, River, will make regular trips, until remain open, during the Summer.A. .
baa gone m doWn; lfai'river further notice, between Office at the Hau
:. He :;. ::Ihe'; Deisner, Proprietor.
yi f
' .. '..ftln.'oroer f -1*.L V cr MBrctanilise Titwflle anl-Late forth,Tia the RaDids. T..JOHNSON COCR8H1< t .
';-' in awe*.- : General! SLOOP "AGNES .:- :: .
r* ; -:- THE .l
."'. 'l'b {Athl""I. FLORIDA. Touching at all intermediate landings, Notary Public, Statc-at-l ? .
" commanded
: by
. .last Saturday: iecured| as follows: ) and + 'k....t.
. : ,
,. C'harleeBolton; fMelbour Leaves Titusville, Tuesdays and Fridays Makes regular trips on Indian River. i Justice of the.!Peacer
nowam ember: of d.;i ; ;
,>. .. ,,-..- AIRJI at 6 o'clock, a. m. -I SHE CABBIES FULL SUPPLY OP Court day, first Saturday of each i
is.gooapj.yer .
; 3 Sm
:f.r.J; .. Leaves Lake Worth Wednesdays and LA GRANGE .
4 5 Eemember .U tj. ( ,
J .... named. Sundays, at 10 a. m; the'Rapidsat .ST. CUUB-AB&UIS, B. L. 8c
Canned: Goods
; Line will. cinry: you; ; : State Attorney 'Cou'Y". ...
extensive'and .
varied 2 p. m. Seventh Judicial Circuit.. Orens
.: prise, connecting. the : Hats, Boots and.Shoes, > '
t seamere'.fof f... CLASS GOODS offered ;0: ''!1f .
er St Clair Atoms & Simirtla
Ladles'Sboes \
; in Prints all
i.. .!....,... will tempt buyers. great variety; +,'* -
'Enterprise $4! 'If' ab' Passage or freight apply on board. new patterns at low prices. ATTOBNETS & COCKSELLOBS' AT j'UORLANDO
I _A." *" hence,a visit to Staterooms, two berths,$1. Single. berths -, .,; '
*? Titaeville, is really en- 50 cents, Meals 50 centa each. My-maie ClotMm Met Articles, FLA.,, 't1hWUJ
can be'Parrlistee a iF- rive careful attention to.eo
.1Ii' .1'OTIONS. practice In the several coatis of< .
siring to: dispoee'of$he of. DRY GOODS of Opened. for the. Season -For the cash onlyLUMBER, District,and In the Supreme Court at Ti
:. on is in good tionditioa Prices. March 15,46 6m. hasaee and U. S- court at Jacksonville. ;t-t?;, .
} 86TA man who is interested in his own
is Dew :
I'- "Addrem
good as LA GRANGESTORE -'.
.. .
-. --t., L-7.. line of. Gent's linen, :1
' ,. _," .i'j', .. welfare will be know that ....
i: ;:L. ;)rJ. ."" Sack pleased: to '
-"IIUC"9. Coats, 75 cts. Always on hand a general assortment. .< ..
White Vests $1.50 Will be furnished to order on short noticeat 'jGOODS
The vibe between the ANDREW GIBSON t -!$.

; the."N .e ll will tike of ,Neglige Shirts in 81S.00'per thousand. .. {
Keeps the finest to be found in -
oysters STRICTLYE.L.Brady'CASH.-
d Flannel made full
Monday:the 18th D.t.1, LUMBER ft SHINGLES t .)>"1"
' 18th as appeared in tike : for our trade Tltusvllle, -

5 ago. W expect to see an, AND SERVED.IN STILE TO SUIT PATRONS. Always on hand. January 1883 ,1 yr3 ,ae.l" ;
-' ...,-- 0 '. "!
rata 4 CO. .
interesting betwejen -
inducements '
in Florida Manufactui] eta.
:A call meeting of tb6 Children's trimmed Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. S. RYDER.

f Commisdlumersira'etuido> :: Straw. Hats, Ribbons, Baler't Bread cluoyt hand. ROCKLEDGE, I AMAZON PAINT WORKS'
; main featairs reoeivg'| ?
[, Also a first-class Barber shop attached. Has just received and continues to keepin i

: the County.Bond.. .aftata, Goods, Notions., stock a full and complete stock of Gro- W. J. BERl &.co., :

the Governor to*PPonj! "t Novelties. NORWOOD'SFast ceries, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps in manufacturers of the ...
the county officers.-: .""V\k.-:.., 4 pieces, 55c great variety and General Merchandiseof
: Hack Line ''
-We received ahort 1$ Dishes. with cover, every description. Ask for whatever. 'AMAZON BEADTtiU iI

want. One to all. Canned .JI\
on Tuesday mornhig yon may price :
in all shades and 'for "I' 1 ,
-F- ready
Saul, one ol.F; ; ter risVs and Wine Glasses, Good of every description a specialty.LUMBER ... ,

Ho probably visited:}1.1t ;; White Bowls 5 cts. The Cheapest and Most Direct 'Immediate Else. .. '
ence to the Railroad+ of" / ROUTE and grinders of, \,.
: of the inwrporatora.:"We:: 13 c and upwards Will be furnished to order on short noticeat

ceed hoWe, in obt 1nb a 10 c a ToTltuftvilleand Indian River. $13.00 per thosand. Dressed lumber Pure White Lead, S

i, regard to.the. i rafiOad.XOTICE.-'le.,.:'.- China "Tea Tea Pots Sets,, CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL. from LUMBER 820.00 to&824.00 per thousaud. ,.4 &' :Colors in Oil .

.. I o.eeaad
ctoi, &c:, all com Factory, : ,
t will call it public CM always on hand. .
1 pans holding from } THREE' trips weekTy"belweenthe ST. .. '. 'o. 26 Ocean street<, 1.f1t

Couti HOUM. 'door" in the. ;: ,I Three of the "Biggest" JOHNS and IXDIAX RrvEns. P. M. FI8HEIt.PINEAPPLES.-.. .... "JACKSONVILLE: -;$ ;

Vltle .UftYMdtcounty.F ,
Toilet'Soap'for 25 cents.: Leaves Enterprise nUT: Monday,Wed: FLOmD1I"
July 6th 1888;ote tot of d : Fancy Shelf Paper, nesday and Friday Morning, arriving at ew"Information of k

i led Oft Us tits JWOPerti? (! sheets Ac. Ac. Ac. Titusville the SAME day.. .
Parties 192
desiring to 1SS1Send
f itatUftt wwcuUon ,in purchase pineapple pages new matter unto map for ': :;

Crib ttti t_'d from'the a lot viz of "Good Things" Returning plants, will please. send their orderspromptly six cents to R. Long,Tallahassee -/ )
:. : Confectionery, to EJ.RAWSON:
of tlrf JuRtU*. Oct t.. Dried- Fruits, Fancy, Leaves Titusville EVERT Tuesday,Thursday or C. Drew,Jacksonville,Fla. If".11

..' &.&;E GU Raisins, Flavoring. ex and Saturday morning, arriving'atEnterprise ; .52 8m :.Waveland P. O. Fla. FOR SALE !I. :l;:'

j'ilii im r* June lS In the evening_Address / TTPlnaippk t cheap for cwah.- .
; A desirable and lots in
---... W. S. Norwood ................ Titusville also cottage, house
i Uilli builds ttp Ma promptly attended to.)I 4 ..rL.w.e.r 'Books Bibles Blacksmith, wheel wright
= and
< general le.
} : rt.U ctd !d qwtU y Ai lAvwtl' .. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.: I.w.R pi.a..r.r.i.c-' "........ .'1...: Enquire PBircflAED repairing&shop; Titus 24 tf =_

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