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 21, 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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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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;<< & .:ROUTE COK8PIRAIACQUITTED. Atlantic Coast, St. Jokai and Indian STATE NEWS.J. A Visit to the Dredge and Coast Canal, OUR WASHINGTON LETTER..

.f.J;,i1i}..., Rirer Bailroad. D. Beggs Esq. has been appointed Its Importance. From our correspondent.'). s.
1."n.J'.J"" .th.jr, Jone 14.-"You ,can From the Times Union. County Judge of Orange County. The greatest enterprise of the day, to WASHINGTON, D. C. June 8, 188;.
t s they have any com Major Charles Fenwick states that anEastern East Florida, is its Coast Canal-Its completion '
.. .jI 1 whether A sixteen foot shark, of the hammer- One of the warm weather sights in
2;;:",. .... .:-toub. to the, court," said syndicate has,taken c.1uuPof and head variety, has been killed at Fernan- will connect the navigable waters Washington is the Saturday afternoon

W Wyl to- the Cris when the i Grim- will Indian at once build,the Atlantic St. Johns lying inland, and running parallel with concert of the Marine Band in the White

the Star Route case and River Railroad, from Enterprise dina.A the coast, these streams, deep enough to ,
:t pidiet .. and House grounds. These form one of the ;
[ :t-...... Crier Don- to Titusville., Representatives of was recently caught
, ""UaoI 'morning. float an ordinary ocean steamer are so
:: t in the and
,,.' -4J... .... ":':....::.. with the .message the syndicate will inside of ten brought jnto Cedar Key which weighed detached as to serve no general pleasantest parks city, they.
_' .. purpose. are open and used at all times in the
"%: 5ki j communicate days,and it is expected that work on the 425 pounds. They are of local advantage, that b all ; most democratic manner, so that the -
r road will be commended the first of Orlando is in the completionof wayfaring
by rejoicing
filed into theApparently connect them and of
.:F. .Ctonrt They an artery commu- man can go and stare into thPresident's
..,','! :... none the worse Jul a new opera house, with a seating ca: nication is established all along the coast,
; JlY ...... basement windows if he feels
I IJ. """"'' Kconfinemet' BELLE CREOLE GROVE. pacity 1,200. giving us also, an outlet to other parts of like it,and any time before two o'clockin

I is.JJwereBated,, Judge Wylie Editor Honda* Star:-I withspecimens The throwing of wild olive branches the country and the outside world at St. the afternoon'can walk right into the

lf.i area of the jury, the Court of the "Jesuit"present Lime you into the streets has caused the death of Augustine, which has a splendid harbor President's house. The first of the con-

;! fecjoiforthe purpose of in- anewseedling several cows in Tallahassee.The and two railroads. Much of the landon
y taken from the Jesuit at certs for this season took place today be-
..MI whether you have any communi- Hope Sound on Indian River. grade of the International Rail- this coast, is unsurpassed for growing ginning at half-past five and continuing
> road will be from Jacksonvilleto vegetables, cane and fruits. As a sanitarium
t., piittqwjreeosn Very respectfully, S.TWTTCHELL. completed until half-past seven. It drew a Urge
; Be .fa reply, stated that thejIPjiiipecl We have received the above and Palatka in about two weeks.: to the health- eeker, a pleasure crowd-as it"always does part of whichwas

A verdict, and a pro- resort to the tourist, an asylum to the in- ..
4i upon nounce them fine. We hope Mr. T. may The Lake City Reporter says the black- gathered around the band on a small

t "'a loll upon the court-room, make a success of them as a new variety. smith's have done more plow work this firm and aged, a home to those who flee knoll some distance from the house, the

!..,MMby. wild shouts of ap- ...... spring than in anyone year ,before. the vicissitudes of extreme climates, anda rest being scattered over the grounds.

.__,in a dear4oned voice, the To the Editor of the Star: Mrs.Helen Perdew,of Ocala, u recov- place for profitable expenditure of Near the portico of the White House

.....,toH that the verdict was "not DEAR SIB:-1 observe in a recent issue ering from the small-pox. She contracted money and labor, no better country can where the President was with some

.t Immediately, the decorum of of that has been be found. The sun certainly shines on friends stood clusters of with
.. : some
:)::. '0( ; your paper one the disease while nursing her sister, : people, .
1 p>1-wwt*forgotten, and cheers re- trying to get off a huge joke on me on the Miss Bishop. no better land than this. The opening up their backs toward the music, and gazing .'

.i:Mitil. froa all quarters of the crowded hat question. If he has my hat I hopehe of this country to travel and settlement up curiously. They pointed out the .
The steamer "Greenwich" which has
... lira S.W.Dorsey sprang to her will return it as I would not like to largely depends: on a ready, cheap and President to one another. He was moving

, :"; .. her hands while tears lose that chapeau, though I feared some been undergoing repairs for some time on convenient mode of transportation. Honest about among the ladies of the party,
the docks has resumed her
t;.LT-. down; her cheeks: and there one had gone off with it. I am willing to dry trips to railroads, if ever built, will do much, and in the exercise of his rights as an

", ,g gkaiy ladies in the court who were exchange hats like a gentleman though I'' the Halifax. but the canal more to hasten so desirablean American citizen wore a soft white hat.

;% Witr weeping.' Davidge quietly asked believe it *b not usual to resort to the The Key West spongers are being object. No railroad along this coast, Attorney-General Brewster was there,and

;i fckmta tadict recorded, which was newspapers in case of a mistake of that heard from. One day last week, $9,319.29 though desirable, can reach so many ladies of the various Cabinet families.

,..;I IJe die deputy marshals were'ndeavorlangtoquell kind. worth of sponge was sold on the wharfat flourishing settlements, promising vil- The crowd on the grounds was well dressed

the tumult SHERMAN ADAMS. that place. lages and towns as the Coat Canal. They and decorous, as it always b. To some

&..Daey sad Brady were recipients Titusville, Fla., June 18 1883.T. -Hunting alligators for their skins who cry impassable sand hills, rock beds: of them it is evidently a social epillode-

! d'iMy: warm congratulations, and astlejleltflseooortroom .,. seems to be a thriving business. One par quicksand and black granite as obstacles something to be enjoyed and remembered. :

\. they were greeted To the Editor of the Florida Star: ty recently killed thirty in one night, on to the Canal, are interested parties labor Now and then a man of some distinction -,

"" ,. iA'HMved' cheers by the crowd in Sm:In answer to yours of last the south side of Lake Jessup. ing for some pet or paper railroad scheme will stroll through: all grade of

.."...0i1 HalL week"Who is Pericles f' allow me to say The Tallahassee Land of Flower adver- into which they seek to draw capitalists people in the Government service are j

"lflbMrier bad been somewhat restored the ancient Pericles was a Greek Statesman tises that it will take on subscription all Railroads 'cannot live with the canal wen, and there b no crowd in Washington -

i'iGI the defendants and their and the modern "Pericles" is a kinds of country produce "except seed are little needed, those that can are without a few newspaper reporters.

t;:iWibavisg the"roosr, Judge Wylie United States Greet and one who loves ticks,red-bugs and ground itch." wanted. A vbit to the Coast Canal a The negro element is in considerableforce

i_._Verne; and asked Mr. sincerely but alas is not loved in re- Sanford is making arrangements now few weeks since, revealed the fact not from the unmitigated and Unintelli-
Pai. ... this morning only of what has been done, but what is
are you turn-when he reads the local papers for the fourth of July. It is proposed to gent contraband to the mulatto girls in
-?-?. te,8ir." Court. being done,and can and will be done, all
, oa and sees a controversy between ladies, made it a gigantic affair, with excursions flashy silks. Taken altogether the crowd ,
?''I Irlrre WI haft nothing further for he is sure to get his nose in and take sides from all parts of the State. along this coast in connecting her navi- is one of the unimportant but typical '

fc|jay to do faring thin term, and the against the very one he should help sup- gable waters. After a sail of more than sights of Washington. : '
Half a dozen new iron safes were received -
100 miles walk of 18 and of
: Islssls+d todiachargeyoufinally, port-but when yon remember what I a rowing Mr. Merrick will probably conclude .
at Micanopy last week. Certainly '
Till"iahda w o ions task to per- have related above will insteadof nearly 3 miles more, brought us into the
you a safe agent must have visited that hb argument in the star-route cases to ,
Ia.u. channel of the canal be be-
.. as seen
chide him. Then again he has writtenfor day. Alluding to Mr. IngenoU's oratori-
f6ik i beta more than six months place or the people have accumulatedcash neath the surface water of the lower Mat-
for different
"ages" papers, magazines that cal burial of Rerdell, Mr.Merrick said he
so plentifully they want to
trial. of have anzas. From this point our boat drifted
ppihiVs Many
1i you Ao but is the
your contemporary only would bury Doney alongside of Rerdell,
keep it in a safe place.
[| WfcM drum own, which you have paper that lets his communications get before the wind in the canal, as made "and if notwithstanding the counsel's

r11 M'rgleet during that pe- further than the waste basket "Aint hea The St. Augustine Prem has been in- through the flats of Mala Compra Creek, Gabriel when he over,
verdict, of course, formed that the order for the lumber to at the south end'of the Matanzas river. prayers passes
your daisy 2" Don't he wish every one knew those should blow, and the corrupt ,T ,
t rttliiaetioa to yet, be used in the construction of the immense While our boat floated along before the graves '
many him? Put this on file, now, so you wont and buried Doney'ahould arise an im-
Cruft hotel north of the city wind sounded with and
YuC.isded according to the CTKTTS. we our oars
have to ask again. mortal spirit, and come ,into that last
aibaving sworn to per ..... gates, baa been given to the saw-mills, found the water full 6 feet in the canal, .
i grand court before the Great Searcher of *
fcitkfaDy, the court b Istportaat Deeisi*. and .that it amounts to over 1,500,000 the shores or banks appeared well formed
all hearts before Whom we must all
appear -
tint have faith- feet; and On reaching the dredge
you An important decision has been ren and the Great Searcher and All-

yew duty.. If you have dered by Judge Treat, in the United Mr. F M. Storer, of Wahoo, Sanders we found everything in readiness for the Knower should ask him 'were you not in

Mrihg to the dictates of States Circuit Court at 8t Louis, adverseto county, Nebraska, writes to the State work-the 35 minutes we saw it in operation the flesh known as Stephen W. Doney'. :

flit will be a attiafactionis the barbed wire monopoly. Two yean Immigration Agent that be expect. to showed practically what the dredge the spirit would answer 1 don't remem- >

g;i jot lire You are ago Judge Blodgett, of the Federal Circuit start for Florida on the first of October can do-10 feet in length 80 feet in width ber. !' v

with the thanks of Court, at Chicago, affirmed the next with a car-load of hives and bees. and 6 feet in depth was cut in that lengthof .*

I'M: "broad claim" of the patents held by He proposes to locate permanently in time, the Inspection of the canal, the The compromise made b by the ,Govern-

Ubiabewa* increaslUi Washburn and Moons,Worcester,.... the State. dredge in operation, and the surroundings ment with Ottman a questionable
and of the canal's ultimate transaction. The matter is a good deal
vote was then upftfltof for barbed fence wire. The decision assured prospects
At the recent county election held In made mixed up,but it is certain that "7,000
I the defend- royalties to the amount of completion a convincing impression
IMs'.isssalaed unchanged annually. Monday Volnaia county to select county site by on our minds that only patient effort were stolen from the Government, and .,
000,000 or more the voice of the people,De Land receiveda that Ottman was accused of having received :
and time would be the
ifafeck this morning, but Judge Treat decided the claims un- required to push *
plurality of ten votes, according to the the stolen money,of which$19,000 *
had little
enterprise through. They a
was agreed upon. der these patents invalid. This makes
returns over Enterprise. :Each place were seized by the Government officers ;
ftpreHntative of theft inevitable an appeal to the Supreme less than 4 miles to cut before they wouldbe
claims the the county site, but we are of and $12,000 attached in bank. O nan 1;
in Smith Creek lev than 3 of that
wort when the ver- Court at Washington which the -
monopoly the opinion that Enterprise will hold Has hat been tried twice, but without Kdng
distance in land elevated above
sad Carpenter, Don ha been long and so skillfully was water -
De Land did not receive a majority of either convicted or acquitted, ud now
level and the of this
tuipatalated him as the fighting. The practical result will probably height portionwas
that the in the have been
the votes cast papers case
It Omrament counsel havfcsWvpiath be the overthrow of the patents anda not more than. 4. feet. above water,
made public it is shown that there was
hour of dear reduction in the cost of barbed wire, of Ocala Bamer-Lacon: A force of hands four weeks after this visit, word came to .

? which 80,000 tons or 500,000 miles are ,broke ground at Snmtervflle but week us,that fully a mile more had been cut really.justification for the action of j
the of Justice than bad been
.be wa this a.oening inform- used yearly,from ten centa to five or six for the Gordon road. It is rumored from by the dredge. By this date if no delays Department
The whole will be
ktlust.iary that IDpnoI had cents a pound or leu. Not only is this reliable sources that this road will not have occurred, fully another mile Is also supposed.
when ;
:)I..Pir1l'Cll.14ntun a Terdict decision of importance to the great touch Ocala on its way south. Later information added, leaving not more than 2 miles to :thoroughly investigated Congress

;f:4ow..I.1IW: confirms the above and Smith's Creek. Pv intention there was .meets, and public curiosity will not be j
.:. that the other West, where barbed wire is uaed in great report ,
.satisfied until it is known what
.""... T L;''tirt Body would be quantities for fencing cattle ranches, but that it will pass east of us touching near to follow Smith's Creek where ever it was exactly i 1 1I ,
the which
influences caused the voluntary
""" {;._ it womld be necessary it will reduce probably one-half the cost East Lake Weir. U this is true we hope narrow and straight where it was wide I were -
surrender the
s .:- the General will branch. and filled with soft mud the canal wouldrun by Government of ;
te eater an order aettingPA at present of fencing in Florida.-TimaUiuon. give us a ;
its and how that
1 "" pica of pIUJ. in the flat ground parallel with the own money, money was
VUTiUlIIA Tma: countryman who '
divided the
"# z, I. ..... main direction of the creek until the canal among parties concerned, ,
: ;X.iaroes# came to town early Monday morning imbibed Mr. Bibs, Mr.Crowley, and as they know '
there be in the Halifax. After
'J. : .... The Palatka Journal says can wa leaching
too much bug-juice, and by nine that the which
they re- -
--:--... June ILLyman.waalawho seen at the drug store of Ackerman and in loud hb the Halite the dredge CaD come right on money
o'clock signified tones ability deved for Ottman did not belong to him
li. bottled aedncwfc Jackson a white snake, the first one ever until the Elbow and Hanlover are reach- ,
and willingness to whip anybody-e1'ery. but to the from which it had
a .... dwghter, who then caught in this region. It is smooth as body. Hk friends lifted him bodily into ed. The men in charge of this grand been stolen.government, !*'

.... >- :... sought revenge or glass and when put on the floor it was his cart, and held him down. In this undertaking, that b filled with so much

""* 11.1u; himself slain. The unable to make any progress. manner he was started for his home there promise of future benefit to our Indian Everybody in Washington goes to Europe j I
Ala tine Is James Nutt are not over anxious to this year. All-the diplomats have .
Captain Jacksonville Herald: The grand hotel by saving the Marshal the disagreeable Riverconntry, !
,, iIrrbo. it DOW 1R Jail that Messrs. Scoville and Culpepper of necessity of enforcing the town ordi give dates as to the time they will be gone already,and Mr. Frey who keeps, I

.: I tterk of but an instant Just Atlanta have built at Snwanee Sulphur here, they are as sanguine of success, as this country from drifting into a war |j

.:3 Mi this andepa.singabngthestreefa nance&'D1e the day the enterprise was conceived.One with Switzerland, was the last to pack I
"- gon evening, Springs, near Live Oak, will be the lar- on
I in the State larger than the grand Pensacola Admrnee-Oazette says steamer is plying between the "an his trunk and skip after makinghia adieux '1

1: d JIIio1tI rang out up- gest and ,covering fifty per cent, that Charles Waller was arrested last cient city" and the dredge for supply to Mra.FrelinpUJIeD. Such; little inti- j
..'ie 4111ct1ca' of the, post- ground, than the huge Kimball week by United States Deputy Marshal purposes. Two new steamers are being dents keep Mrs. Frelinghnysen alive. If |

:..JII.! ..the word U. S. Commissioner, charged with illicit pletion. The company claim ample and Count That to the President, and :
,, quickly and will be open and running as a summer "'"
tour that"Dukes resort with capital prospects duringthe distilling. The Deputy Marshal destroyed funds to finish the canal and put a full receiving farewell ts in great splen :

._, '.nook was done so quick- mo 1th. It is another architectural the still, which was located in Holmes line of steamers on the route.'Much more dorattheState Department, Mrs. Fre- *,.f,.
.. .was its effect upon ornament; to Florida. county this State, and took his prisoner to could be said but this article Is long linghnysen's joints would all get. rusty.

It,that it was dif .. .l" Pensacola, where he was arraigned enough. Yours, A. V. H. He has the custody of the great- seal of

!!Mabt.iathe story. The best; preparation of iron a doctorcan !Thursday,before Commissioner Wharton .l.l. the United States, and at first he used to l

Maot'uite, twenty years prescribe is Brown's lion Bitten,.because An examination was waived and the A friend to the rich and poor. A med sit up all night with it; DOW. it is padlocked \3

.)lways been considered it does not injure the teeth another prisoner committed in default of $500 icine. that strengthens and heals, b ,in chest. and Chief Clerk Brown .i

vex iron medicines wilL bail Brown's Iron Bitten. sleeps on top of it. AUGUST. "



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1.01JTB CO1T8PHULACQUITTED. Atlantic Coast, St. Jokes'and Indian STATE NEWS.J. A Visit to the Dredge aid Coast Carnal, OUR WASHINGTON 'LETTEB.WASHINGTON .

, :?' River Railroad. D. Beggs Esq. has been appointed Its Importance (From our regu1areorreapoMtnt.)

fi .; Jane ,14._"You ,can From the Times Union.Major County Judge of Orange County., The greatest enterprise of the day, to D. C. June 8, 188Z.
t ber haTe corn Charles Fenwick states ,that an East Florida is its Coast Canal Its
they any com-
y A sixteen foot shark,of the hammerhead One of the warm weather sights in
x-.r .'. V"to rsi the. court," aaid Eastern syndicate has.taken charge of and variety, has been killed at Fernan- pletion will connect the navigable waters Washington is the Saturday: afternoon

F -:" '. wjp.i. the Cri .when, the Grim- will at once build the Atlantic St. Johns dina. lying inland, and running parallel with concert of the Marine Band in the White

k. the Star Ecute case and Indian River Railroad, from Enterprise the coast, these streams deep enough to '
Q II$'''' to Titusville. Representatives of A turtle was recently caught and House grounds. These form one of the
"-' u..1momiDg. Crier Don- float an ordinary ocean steamer are so
the syndicate will be here inside of ten brought jnto Cedar Key which 'weighed pleasantest parks in the city, and they
': with the detached to .
-JJg ieB retoraed, message 425 as serve no general purpose.They are open and used at all times in the
H jC.jIlT communicate days,and it is expected that work on the pounds.Orlando are of local advantage, that b all ; most democratic manner, so that the wayfaring ._
road will be commended by the first of is rejoicing in the completionof
filed into the connect them and of
.. 4e Cburt. They' an artery communication man can go and stare into thePresident's
: the, July. a new opera house, with a seating ca
worse is established all the coast
'apparently none along ,
-dr basement windows if he feels
va 6i' .l tlwg c n 41 ftP.Jft...... .: BELLE CREOLE GROVE. pacityof 1,200. giving us also, an outlet to other parts of like it,and any time before two o'clockin
were aeated,. :Judge Wylie The throwing of wild olive branches the country and the outside world at St.
j ftaa.they, Editor Florida Star:-I with the afternoon can walk right into thePresident's
r the the Court present you into the streets has caused the death of which has harbor
7; --p of jury, specimens of the "Jesuit" Lime Augustine, a splendid bouse. The first of the con-
t1ae purpose of intrye.tbryuN new several cows in Tallahassee.The and two railroads. Much of the landon
certs for this took be-
seedling taken from the Jesuit at season place today
. ....yen. have any eommuni- Hope Sound on Indian River. grade of the International Rail- this coast, is unsurpassed for growing ginning at half-past five and continuing

r *toaaoc." Very respectfully, B.Twrrciizu.We road will be completed from Jacksonville vegetables' cane and fruits. As a sanitarium until half past seven. It drew a Urge '
in reply, stated that the to Palatka in about two weeks. to the health-seeker, a pleasure
t jbi f cress n. have received the above and crowd-as always does part of which .,
iJ.J: ffW.... upon a verdict, and a'deA.cefelluponthe them fine. We hope Mr. T. may The Lake City Reporta'says the black resort to the tourist, an asylum to the infirm was gathered around the band on a small ".

courtroom, make a success of them as a new variety. i smith's have done more plow work this and aged, a home to those who flee knoll some distance.from the house, the '. '
abY wild shouts of apes the vicissitudes of extreme climates, anda
%.Ij1I 4 spring than in anyone year _before. rest being scattered over the grounds.

F ,m a dear-toned voice, theyrraete4sd To the Editor of the Star: ,. Mrs.Helen Perdew,of Ocala, is recov- place for profitable expenditure of Near the portico of the White House

1 : that the verdict was "not DuB SIB:-I observe in a recent issue ering from the small-pox. She contrac- money and labor, no better country can where the President was with some

"'j:'launediately. the decorum of of your paper that some one has been ted the disease while nursing her sister, be found. The,sun certainly shines on friends, stood clusters of people, with

;' fps Jwgotten, and cheers re- trying to get off a huge joke on me on the ,Miss BUhop. no better land than this. The opening up their backs toward the music, and gazingup

'.gjHb The "Greenwich" which has
E "' ""',=::Ieij .a w.Doney sprang to her will return it as I would not like to steamer largely depends on a ready, cheap and President to one another. He was mov-

._ W' .' I her hands, while tears lose that chapeau, though I feared some .been undergoing repairs for some time on convenient mode of transportation. Honest ing about among the ladies of the party, .
the docks has resumed her
.?? I Ii :'" her cheeks, and there one had gone off with it. I am willing to dry trips railroads, if ever built, will do much, and in the exercise of his rights as an

: _iijy ladiei in the court who were exchange hats like a gentleman though I I the Halifax. but the canal more to hasten so desirablean American citizen wore soft white bat.

>jsitywwpiDf. Davidge quietly asked believe it *is not usual to resort to the The Key West spongers are being object. No railroad along this coast, Attorney-General Brewster was there,and

'...1 N las verdict recorded, which was newspapers in case of a mistake of that heard from. One day last week, 9319.29 though desirable, can reach so many ladies of the various Cabinet families.

:k.t.. the deputy marshals were kind. ;worth of sponge was sold on the wharfat flourishing settlements, promising villages The crowd on the grounds was well dressed !

;risk; ;asfcswrfng to quell the tumult. SHERMAN ADAMS. that place.Hunting. and towns as the Coast CanaL They and decorous as it always is. To some

fA!.lieAeisadBrady were recipients Titusville, Fla., June 18 1883. alligators for their skins who cry impassable sand hills, rock beds, of them it is evidently a social epUode--

'rq.eosgrstnlatlous,* and asK .'.1". seems to be a thriving business. One par- quicksand and black granite as obstacles something to be enjoyed and remembered. -

;:, jIm't.eeonrtroom they were greeted To the Editor of the Florida Star: ty recently killed thirty in one night, on to the Canal, are interested parties labor Now and then a man of some distinction .-'

/1II'f l lnCl' cheers by the crowd in 8m:-In answer to yours of last the south side of Lake Jes up. ing for some pet or paper railroad scheme will stroll through:,all grade of

',t:W rlie aty HalL week"Who is Pericles Y" allow me to say The Tallahassee Land of Flowers adver- into which they seek to draw capitalist people in the Government service are %

{''i I;?:wlaMrierhad been somewhat restoredVaiaiiflf the ancient Pericles was a Greek Statesman tises that it will take on subscription all Railroads that'cannot live with the canal seen, and there is no crowd in Washington -

t fee" defendants and their and the modem "Pericles" is a kinds of country produce "except seed are little needed, those that can are without a few newspaper reporter

,flsiiM the'room,- Judge Wylie United States Greet and one who loves .ticks, red-bugs and ground itch." wanted. A visit to the Coast Canal a The negro element is in considerableforce

l U..Vemolland asked Mr. sincerely but alas is not loved in re Sanford is making arrangements now few weeks since, revealed the fact, not from the unmitigated and unin'teUigent -

viP"Bwaas: yon this morning turn-when he reads the local papers for the fourth of July. It is proposed to only of what has been done, but what is contraband to the mulatto girls in
xJMYwoa-"Kiretnt4 m." Court and between ladies being done,and can and will be done, all silks. Taken the crowd
: sees a controversy made it a gigantic affair, with excursions flashy altogether ,
','F='IMMa w hare nothing further forii.1I he is sure to get his nose in and take sides from all parts of the State. along this coast in connecting her navi- is one of the unimportant but typical,

r ds 8riD& this term, and the against the very one he should help sup gable waters. After a sail of more than sights of Washington. y
Half a dozen new iron safes were received 100 miles walk of 18 and of f
todischargeyon finally a rowing
OMfafUfvad when remember what I
i port-but you Mr. Merrick will probably conclude. "
: at Micanopy last week. Certainly -
. T _Bda laborious task to nearly 3 miles more, brought us into the
;'t per- have related above, you will pity, instead his argument in the star-route cases to-
a safe agent must have visited that
::t.feiYtiiiare." - - channel of the canal as be seen be-
of chide him. Then he has
again Mr. oratoriH
day. Alluding to IngersoU's
r: place or the people have accumulatedcash neath the surface of the lower Mat-
?! .. .ban more than six months for different water
"ages" papers, magazines cal burial of Eerdell, Mr.Merrick said he |]
ao plentifully that they want to
,: fi si tUs trial Many of you have Ao but is the anzas. From this point our boat drifted
your contemporary only would bury Dorsey alongside of Berdell,
it in safe
keep a place.
before the wind in the canal made
which have as
Bjatas yov own, you paper that lets his communications get "and if notwithstanding the counsel's
1'..eetdurillg that pe- further than the waste basket. "Aint hea The St. Augustine frem has been in- through the flats of Mala Compra Creek, Gabriel when he ,over '
formed that the order for the lumber to the south end'of the Matanzas river. prayers passes
riaXasitasat* verdict, of course, at
your wish knew
daisy? Don't he every one those should blow, and the corrupt. ..l
t-; be used in the construction of the immense While boat floated before the graves
d... r'_1U-etioa to many, yet, our along
him? Put this on file, now, so you wont and buried Dorsey should arise an immortal
;!I..,-..irti.ssiseted according to the have to ask again. CTBUS.AM Craft hotel, north of the city wind we sounded with our oars and spirit, and come ,into that but

,;dfiirtlYRsa&aTIDg sworn to per 41.'. gates, has. been given to the saw-milk, found the water full 6 feet in the canal, grand court before the Great Searcher of -

betpute..faldafa11y, the court is taprtaat Deeisi.. and that it amounts to over 1,500,000feet. the shores or banks appeared well formed hearts before Whom must all we
.....JL ..that you have faith- I An important decision has been rendered and perfect. On reaching the dredge, and the Great Searcher and All-appear -

. !trrr Nlttreul your duty. If you have by Judge Treat, in the United Mr. E. M. Storer, of Wahoo, Sanders we found everything in readiness for the Knower should ask him 'were you

*p_.mttng to the dictate of States Circuit Court at 8t Louis, adverse county, Nebraska, writes to the State work-the 35 minutes we saw it in operation ,the flesh known as Stephen W. Dorsey

I*slihinjiilwillbea satisfaction to the barbed wire monopoly. Two years Immigration Agent that be expects to showed practically what the dredgecan the spirit would answer 'I don't remem

; jy:f'*.ibuig ,at you live. You area ago Judge Blodgett, of the Federal Cir start for Florida on the first of October do-10 feet in length 80 feet in width ber.! '
: '' with the thanks of and 6 feet in depth was cut in that length ;
siwpd cuit Court, at Chicago, affirmed the"brad next with a car-load of bin and bees. made
of time, the inspection of the canal, the The compromise by the Govern- _.
claim" of the patents held by He proposes to locate permanently in
1,, SIH-1bsfotminewas iDcreu11 Washburn and Koena,of Worcester,Mass. I the State. dredge in operation, and the surround ment with Ottman is a questionable

::.; lTv- tbhs vote was then upotfmatof for barbed fence wire. The decision assured I ings and prospects of the canal's ultimate transaction. The matter is a good deal : '
At the recent county electioo held In mixed up,but it is certain that $47,000 f .
i .4Fin the defend royalties to the amount of I completion a convincing impression .
Volnaia county to select a county site by: were stolen from the Government, and <
minds effort
1 R'.,Wto. remained unchangedo'clock $2,000,000 or more annually. Monday on our only patient
the voice of the people,De Land received that Ottman was accused of having received
z.l" ,Mt and time would be to the
l this morning, last Judge Treat decided the claims under required push
1; a plurality of ten votes, according to the bad little the stolen money,of which 119,000. ..
":IuNiad was agreed upon these patents invalid. This makes enterprise through. They a
'tbsly representative of the inevitable an appeal 'to the Supreme returns, over Enterprise. Each place less than 4 miles to cut before they wouldbe were seized by the Government officers
I claims the the county site, bat we are of and $12,000 attached in bank. Ottman y
than 3 of that
in Smith Creek lei
court when the
: vets Court which the -
: at monopoly the opinion that Enterprise will bold Has has been tried twice, but without being
.. Iltuirssi: and Oarpenter, Dor, ha been ao long and ao skillfully distance was in land elevated above water '
De Land did not receive a majority of either eonvicted or acquitted, and now
flt'l It ,tet gstlated him as the fighting; The*practical result will probably level, and the height of thia portionwas
that the in the have
,. .' !.Gtrirnment counsel hav- be the overthrow of the patenta anda the votes east not more than 4 feet above water, papers case
made it is shown there '
!*\ **tkNrsrruphathihour of de- redaction In the cost of barbed wire, of Ocala BaaNt-- 1tX1I&: A force of bands four weeks after this visit, word came to public ,was P
less for the action of .
1: which 80,000 tons or 500,000 miles are broke ground at Sumtervflle but week us,that fully a mile more had been cut really justification

: :....Y car this noising inform- used yearly,from ten cent to five or six for the Gordon road. It is rumored from by the dredge. By this date if no delays the Department The whole Justice matter than had will been be ..

h {JJ efosr that Ingexsol bad cents a pound or less. Not only is this reliable source that thia road will not have occurred, fully another mile is also supposed. when J

-1 '"I. jay vanld return a. verdict decision of importance to the great touch Ocala on its way south. Later information added, leaving not more than 2 mDes to thoroughly investigated Congressmeets ,
,; and will be .
public curiosity not
.7...,.,. ). Ij.1IIW- that the other West, where barbed wire is used in great confirms the above report and Smith's Creek. The intention there was satisfied until it is known what !

.. l;tai Body would be quantities for fencing cattle ranches, but that it will pass east of us touching near to follow Smith's Creek where ever it was the influences which caused exactly the voluntary '!1 ;
;i. ;.ass It wosldbe necessary it will reduce probably one-half the cost Eat Iake Weir. If thia ia true we hope narrow and straight where it was wide surrender the Government of

3.k.... to ester. an order setting at present of fencing in Florida.TimaUiuon. the General will -given*a branch. and filled with soft mud,the canal wouldrun by : j i
its and how that
own money, money was j
in the flat with the
a, --tlcsDi1.. Vfrr4 fin Tima: countryman who ground parallel I divided the parties concerned .
among ,
a main direction of the creek until the canal \

came to town early Monday Burning imbibed Mr. Bliss Mr. and know b '
:r Crowley, as they
? $:' "'"s.. ieisL The Palatial Journal says there can be was fat the Halifax. After reaching ;
': too much bug-jmice, and by nine
that the which
'Jf- -.. P June 13.Lymanrbtrawbq seen at the drug are of Ackennan and loud his the Halifax the dredge can come right on anything money they re-
o'clock in tones
signified ability cieved for Ottman did not belong to him
boasted of medusa Jackson a white snake, the first one ever uW the :Elbow aDd Haulover are reach .t
and willingness to whip anybody-every- but to the from which it had
;.:'"..Jhtfa. daughter, who then caught in this region. It is smooth as body. Hk friend lifted him bodily Into ed. The men in charge of this grand been stolen.government, I
f -,*'.fcrwla the floor it that is filled with ao much
aooght revenge or glass and when put on was undertaking,
his cart, and held him down. In this '
r 1l .. IIl m-eUaIaIn. The unable to make any progress. manner he was started for his home there- promise of future benefit to our Indian. Everybody in Washington.. to Europe

li SSS" James Mrutt, Captain Jacksonville Herald: The grand hotel by saving the Marshal the disagreeable River country, are not over anxious to this year. All the diplomats have ,

i y _tai,who is now in iaiL 1 that Messrs. Scoville and Culpepper of necessity of enforcing the town ordi give dates as to the time they will be gone already,and Mr. Frey who keeps, ) :

<, -i.m of but an instant Just Atlanta have built at Snwanee Sulphur nances.The here, they are as sanguine of success, as this country from drifting into a war -1
this the the enterprise was conceived. with Switzerland, was the but to pack .1
on evening, and Springs near live Oak, will be the lar- on day
Pensacola: Advance-Gazette his trunk and skip after making his adieux.
'! epasdoabngthearetslistdabets in the State, larger than the grand says One steamer is plying between the "an- 1
gest that Charles Waller arrested last to Mrs Frelinghnysen. Such little incidents
was dent city" and the dredge for supply a
rang outupk"ifrediaa and covering fifty per cent,
Magnolia, week United States Marshal keep Mrs. Frelinghnysen alive. If g
by Deputy
iC! altbe post- ground than the huge Kimball purposes. Two new steamers are being
il!! PP j. every .one was run House more in Atlanta. It is partly completedand John Eagan,upon a warrant issued by a built in anticipation of the canal's com- it were not for presenting Baron This '

.g Ord I the word quicklyto will be and'running as a summer U. S. Commissioner, charged with illicit pletion. The company claim ample and Count .That to the President, and w
Et. open The Marshal receiving farewell visits in great splendor .
ear that Dmkes resort with capital prospects duringthe dilti11iqg. destroyed funds to finish the canal and put a full

i 'work. was done so quick- Lth. It is another archi- the still, which was located in Holmes line of steamers on the route.KlICh more at the State Department, Mrs. Fre- ,

.,.: ., : vas in effect upon tectural present ornament mo to Florida. county this State, and tookhia prisoner to could be said but this article is long linpuy en'.joints would all get rusty. :.

,' .. id It,--that ,it was di1Iiif -",." }teT'.amJwhere he ,was arraigned ,on enough. Yours, A. V. H. He has the custody of the great seal of

....tie. story. The best preparation of iron a doctor Thursday,before Commissioner Wharton. .!... the United States, and'at first he used ,to *

-r- sot q t twenty,yean can prescribe ia Brown'a Iron Bitters,''because An, erfi"""***"" was waived and theprisoner A friend to the rich and poor. A med. sit up all night with it; noW' it is'"pad- "-

1 ...1_ '' been: considered it does not injure the teeth as other committed in default of ,$500 icine. that strengthens and heals, is locked in chest. and Chief Clerk Brown ..

..... .. ... tea. iron medicines wilL bail I, Brown's Iron Bitten. sleeps on top of it. AUGUST. :
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,, ;.,; 1. ... of the Clock.. ,it.. ti OnQfce otter haid, here arehwmeitb'wiH ,/ ,** _. rial wValtVtthere would ", '-

>m"m nnereverything.. Duty is the only thing really worth without some such day"an"
"f.: : Or 1l aDd flame colors in vanishing Trek tick I went the old eight-day
Each new acquaintance has to pass living for. The only thing that will pay breaking down of the .
-effeet.l.are seen in many of the silks and clock. ,Polly Marsh: and her little physical
through the ordeal of criticism. Is. he a man., either for this life or 'the. next. a wearing out of, the bx -

i: ,' Lailk 1 I. brother Tom wars playing happily, and polished, coorteouB, graceful dignified The only thing which wffl give I amanrest responding moral ; ltt
'TD'e But clock a'R
dolmanr hardly noticed it : the did
.- wrapa are ? .Then they.are ,ready to receive and manly and quiet thoughts ,a' the Christian
:05. ** *IJ '" peace, ma1.
,. mUt(1j''of-ri: OttAmanallk not mindthat; foiit'meW that therewas
him without further question; he bears good conscience, and a stout heart in have saved the modem E t
; p&6\jt&aa .'" J' F .11 a some one in'the house who would Ii
the stamp of their order. Is he rough, the midst of hard labor; anxiety,sorrow Anglo-American races. Did/tU (
f Large brims hear in a moment .if it were ticking ...
pnlf'crowns andplaited awkward or shy ? Then they care not and disappointment ; because he feels for money never known. "" .
properly or not an: who would be in any
t an features in some of the-mo- t becoinJ to examine the kernel that may be at least that he is doing his duty, that rest ; had the wheels of the
soon to wind it up. It was Thursday, fac r
ming spring bonnets.An'eccra .. hidden under so 'unattractive a shell. he is obeying God and Christ, that he hum of the market, and the ,
and ae sure as that day came Dame I r dIn
{ to cut the.ends Both these views are imperfect and is working with them,and that they are ness sounded through the I .
I Marsh would take the key from a little streets
; 0"H ;,'ribbon bows,strings and" sashes i hook and wind up the old clock. mistaken, though each contains enoughof working with him and for him. God, 'I{I days as now through six;and Do* '

;4 into>>long forks or.notches. ,', But besides being Thursday was truth to make it plausible. To depreciate Christ and duty, these and more will a't ary day called away thoughts to S

;* Catsare'the. /fashionable. animals at or ignore fine manners is essentially man see if he will awake out of sleep, :j[ not bougbtorsoJd'andto :
New Year's day,'and'olly was teaching I prindtt
:;f present, '>and "cathead and cat-) aw absurd. Their charm is irresistible and consider where he is by the light of seen and eternal,the modem
Tom how to spin a new top, which peofleij "
4 ocaamentd_are_in high favor.. t had just been given him. even to those who fancy God's Holy Spirit Charles Kingslty. 'I f have run down to the lowest poJS

A: Brown and almost'invisible themselves proof against them. Yet it materialism.
Y dark ( ) Dame Marsh was busy getting the Be charitable before wealth makes I i I -

Tr i -greet/:care favoriteu colors for"spring dinner ready, and was saying softly, as is not so much in themselves or fortheirown thee covetous, and lose-not the glory of The Lord's day is the greatea..,

wraps when of..woolen cloths. she glanced at the happy children, "I sake that they delight us as in the the mite. If riches increase, let thy ternal gift of the Christian rdigfei v

i"' TI* new *wraps, 'pel. scarfs, wish he would come. He said he would promise of something better and deeper. mind hold peace with them ; and thinkit the working classes. The laborer is*.

1 dolmana &D4."tiIitei They are signs or symbols of character, be liberal but munifi sured his rest. His
areiall made bouffant try to begin the New Year with us. I not enough to production appW

t oji the top of the shoulders. wish he would come." feelings, affections, thoughts; and it is cent. Though a cup of cold water from ly cut short one-seventh,; but as 11111I-

.c; Mermos an'again: 'in favor, and, So deep in thought was she, that it' to this that they owe their value and some hand may not be without its reward ting the bours'of a day's labor htfc

1s' oafedljsd with velvet; bid fair to>> rival was actually quarter to two before she their charms.- yet stick not thou for wine and found to effect more in the year,'owjj

-3- jr sloth for dressy street costumes.. r remembered the clock. Odd Stories about Animals. oil, for the wounds of the distressed ; to the refreshment and rest grtek,.l

& The long nurse front with Tom just then flung down his top and and treat the poor as our own Saviourdid his moral value is Increased; \trta
apron ,
i" janiers.above it around the hips is cord in a temper."I As Stacy G. Sherman, of Stockton, the multitude, to the reliques of the Sunday is made a social ajd Vi&L
; a
.w-. 'favorite style fat spring costumes. : 'can't do It !" he said, "Shan' N. J., was about to shoot a rabbit, aneagle some baskets. Diffuse thy benignance. ous day (as in New England) i wuwI

try.rr swooped down and carried it off. early, and while thy treasures call thee I excessive strictness, the wortmc.or .-
I' Among designs in now sateensJ "Hush, hush, Tom, dear !" said A chicken ventriloquist is one of the master; there may be an atropis of thy :I woman returns to the task reYi...=

are red.'and green pepper (capsicum) Grannie as she took down the clock key. curiosities of Concord, Ky. He crows \fortunes before that of thy life, and I" and morally, as well as phy'tl \
3 I pods;:with foliageand stems. with clarion notes, and then makes ( strengthened. t tI
"You shouldn't say can't, or you will t thy wealth cut off before that hour I ZIP

l' Embroidered!costumes* of black cashmere never learn to do anything ; and you echo-like repetitions of them, gradually when all men shall be. poor ; for the In all countries nominally ur fer.'

f will be{ still ,more dressy withtrimmings shouldn't say s/uzn't, or nobody will dying away as if at an increasing dis- justice of death looks equally upon the I teaching of Jesus, this day bainljxei; ;

io .of.the"' soutache laces.New teach you. You are only a wee boy tance. dead, and Charon expects no more from the muscles of toil,wiped away the n..

China crapes of the finest quality jet, and have hardly begun to try do Among John C. Long's chickens at Alexander than fromlrus.-Sir TliomasISrovne. of inct ssant laborand restored tht.A...

.beautifully) embroidered (by. anything; so you must not give up so Columbia City, Ind., was a hen with a er to his family, reminding him thin,

K' hand of course) in palm-leaf and other. soon." brood of eight little ones. Her coop One Sure Defence. is something besides an uistrujaeat if

} Oriental figures.. ,r Tom, hid his blushing face in his had been raised high enough for her to All thy: patbs'may not b*' peaceful ; gain, and that he bas.other want tha=

1 Ons/sf the loveliest dresses for mid grandmother's apron, for he knew it pass in and out by means of a small All thy wale may not be light; those of earth. y*
piece of board. A large owl entered All tby years may not be sunshine;
kick his '
stunmec-or spring festival wear I is of was naughty to top and speak All be "' ---
I thy days may not bright.
white'!veiling, closely dotted with silk I crossly to his sister. and the frightened hen and her brood Springs the blade in only sunshine? Home Economies. .,

: brocade. dots. ** Come and see me wind up the dear hastily ran out. the hen then flew Blooms the flower in only light? -
the Nay; by storms they oft are beaten- The brilliancy of iamitpito
< against prop, which fell and made gold can be .
old clock said Dame Marsh. She
Corn-flower and royal French blue was Bathed in dews that fall at night.
the owl a prisoner.A brass ornaments by just wahingtb
orange,flame and gold-yellow, ox-blood; I a wise and loving woman, and tried to singular combat between insectswas All thy friends may not be faithful. with strong lye made of rock a\aani
'f and 'wdlr al-red crop'out in most of train the two motherless children for Nor thy fellows all prove true?
: heaven. *' witnessed by a traveler in South E'en tby chiefest boon companionMay ounce of alum to a pint of water.ifer>

,.t,.' ',fabrics.f, r In a moment Tom's face was all Africa. Pursuing a caterpillar, was a with thorns thy pathway strew. dry, rub with leather and finetrijjpll,
I But thy trust should be above thee,-
7 palm-leaf patterns appear in smiles, as he watched the heavy weights host of small ants. An ant would Trusting, should t thou ever fall, PASTE FOR WALL PArn.*1to.

involved designs, covering the entire' being drawn up, while the big panda mount: upon a, caterpillar's back and God Almighty aid will lend thee- sifted flour, add sufficient cold..t..twet
of Aid to and all.
surface hew cashmere broches of the rue conquer
bite him. Pausing, the caterpillar it mixing well. To eack', '
and *** ur- lum swung gravely, from side to side as jqlart;
qua- '. would turn his head and bite and kill Were men so enlightened and studious '
( add
.,. AD if it never meant to stop. a teaspoonful of salt,and t>ttr'Hi

r; The new fraises and",ruches for' themeek "Why do I wind up those weights his tormentor. After slaughtering a of their own good, as to act by the of powdered alum, then pout anjtajk;

: are very wide and full, nearly Polly ?" dozen or more of his persecutors'the dictates of their reason and reflection, ing'water, stirring all thetim4.bt11+

a yard long; so as to form a jamb t'down "It caterpillar showed signs of fatigue. and not the opinion of others, conscience the mixture thickens. Pour.Jokkoij7
if did not sal
;- the tloriL"J; ] .,1' ).j."a. Polly gravely.. go"Grandfather you told, The ants made a combined attack. Betaking would be the steady ruler of human water slowly, and stir briskly,i.dx d I ttu

i: Lady;: H abbe"rlgn: :fPntin S to wear all about, that on Christmas day." me himself to a stalk of grass, the life, and the words of truth, law, reason As a material for fire-proof itegtctrtains

;;f and a vowteher"dividedvdre8s. skirt in caterpillar climbed up, tail first, followed equity and religion could be but the New York fire eoounifefapB-
i: spite of the disfavor i1 oWn It by the just it, dear; and so every by the ants. As soon ''as one approached synonymous terms for that only guide have experimented ,with $abeltel.IJ1i...

PriIIjd88- 'iw ieL'U..l.f f L \\eeksinceit was bought the weights him he seized it in his jaw and which makes us pass our days in our I found it satisfactory, ItiacWlgedtiety
have been wOWld'up, and the clock has
; Waistcoats of'alfunds'Directory, threw it off the stalk. The ants, seeing own favor and appro\r tion.-Sir Richard curtains prepared with ibia'niahdtit
gone on doing its work But if I forgotto
LC)1it8'Xrv" tfziental,, and D'Orsay % that the :caterpillar had too strong a Stetk. '
; j wind it up it would stop ticking, and resist heat, without, bmnjn,'\\jifi
areait in h gJrdv'oi' on ladies' basques, be of to I think position for them to-overcome, resorted The joys and sorrows of this worldare enough to allow any theatre aodieafite:
and >' no use any one. men
jackets !""ices. and women and boys and girls : strategy., They began sawing throughthe so strikingly mingled Our mirth leave the house before; the ,..leal*i
Straigh't coats of black, Sicilienne"f grass stalk. In a few minutes the and grief are brought so mournfully in break out beyond the stag" rh1l"tlfJt
h much like clocks;only we want winding
f lined\\ wlQi old green plush stalk fell and hundreds of
are won ants pounced contact 1 We laugh while others 4
IbIaCk, up more often. When we say our pray weep, SAVE THE CnilDRKK'8How BTOC>d
over velvet'dresses/ and anT e upon he.caterpilfr} and he was killed, and others rejoice when we are sad I ''
trim; .- ers, and ask God to help us, we are be- many mothers 'knownbbyidit,
>aeEi1th feathers. and the victors marched off in tri.umpht The light heart and the heavy walk side .
t. intc wound up to keep on doing the work knit up as well as down 'I whelk
-t.. Hand-run: .AT>ffyin, }ftn lace with he has given'us to do:"' ,u. .caving,the foe's: body on the field.. by side and go about together 1 Beneath dren have reached the age QNheie'1 11

figures as heavy as those of embroidery .. the same root are spread the weddmgI.feast 'i
"But I bawn.'fgot. any real work, no { I wear out the knees: of;tlteir stOcld" .

is the fashionable garniture for black more has Tom,')'et," said Polly. Working Dogs. ,; awl the funeral pall I The bridal and the heels and toes also,'tfe tja*_]

Ottoman silk dieesea.i y "Yes, dear, you have. '" : I1'once 'that'during I song mingles with the burial hymn I II of woman must be exercised.-.flftWr! :

The new. printed sateens are very attractive. to be obedient slid gentle, and heard a gentleman say I One goes to the ,marriage bed, another most hopeless looking'btbcckin ;tfk '

Some of the lateSt patterns I to learn your lessons welL Then besides a long stay in Holland he never : to the grave ; and,all is mutable, uncertain usually a strip at least an.cigltt4ft i
:t quid Indescribable saw a sm'gte'dog idle'that: was: old
are showing a number d"transitory.Lonwdlwt.I JIiWJ
ticking and striking, which We yard long which is too: good :te
i. ot'dull enough and big enough to do
tints by a few any
I may call the clock's hard work, It haSa I makes'the ,away; and yetis too"muelr"l'on.tO; ff
touches old-gold red All sorts of barrows and'carts are I soul to be of one
or Japanese ; face which shews the time. to ravel and knit f o11
us right mind out ova >
!? others show rich dark-colored built on purpose fOfJ them; and they with;sod, and sweetens all the ills
grounds, So all little children as wen then cut off tie ragged top" ...r
as big people 4t of'life. It casts the of <
over which are thrown masses"of soft- gallop along a greafpac A light heavenupon
can show by their faces whetherthey and knit as 'well al 'downs d
er They are.ustxl to the fish them and up
( tinted'foliage, cIustens.of laurel blossoms carry ,wood"vegetables transformsvthem:; into.
irbutus' flowers scarabsi are doing God's werk. 'When you and anything else which good. It makes the bitter waters sweet, cannot match the :color ttie A J
y.: geometrical i look cross and'pout as some did shade to Drown knit#' *
figlires and I one their owner wishes, and when it is allsold the barren and dryland fruifrnl. Desolation or a strip

>: cresceBts. These fabrics tiny are moons to be used and,. just now, yeti are like a clock, which is and you think the poor dogs mlg6reasonably t '''itjmakes loveliness with God ; or grayish brown top. .b J I t'ts'

pointing to the wrong time ; but when the YoUR OWN' BucmJ; n LF'
expect to bonus parching of sickness to
this_season in conjunction with self- go wjth an fire oIlls i
: colored,materials and ffreat taste and you are bright and smiling,'you.are tel empty cart, behind them, the master. i love rweasness to be His' 'strength lisb receipt orimaends tWtiJ IP

,.- tact are ,in two ling the right time, and are like a' little( jumps'in and rides bacll'in stated.: V* ', wounds to be healffi; emptiness of' all Put into a large basin one pound W

,:. fsbrics. necessary The combining.the sijtnpost'pointing to heaven.-Child's But this is not the worst part of 'the things have all things fromfalira ivory black, o pound of.t,,
printed sateen used ;
f, for panels'' tabller are Companion. '\ story;; for a certain"'amount 'of"work Poverty to be tAe'riches ;'his deserved quarter pound .' 'oikltlw'!
corsage -. Never hurts ..itcSSI
trimmings. 1e -.t any'animal'; anymofeTthanit punishment to be hiS rainbow of mercy; ingredients upwitNs etidrs
' Valuable Advice. does boys and girls 'I but iC males stand for twentyfourquarter hou 4 .'
{ No'one but the verY rich or 'the ___ > ; us death to tie'His life.-Dr. Pisey. : ;.
?" sad to know that, as a rule; the poor pound oilof Vitriolmix.. *
inexperienced housewife HINTS FOR Busojtaa, MEN.Be
enjoys THE
usingtidies'that SABBATH
dogs are miserably fed J and'are "oftedriven n .' SAVES AMEBICA times its weight''of:cold-witer
wft not wash, and there are Toliteto everybody. Give I prompt attention -It is not enough considered !
by .u
till they drop down from well and Jet it again stand;tot
few women who have not suffered ping a to all customers. Do not disagree sstudents of how '
,! tion. Still they are wonderfully patient j progress, great a gift hours, then add of grief ::n finding some delicate but or dispute with customers. Give: to the laboring clas
.. and persevering, and' will lick, th'master's I i -easaud to the whole water. Pour it infcxistone-'jar'Ahicikeep
useless article of this description hanging marked attention in taking orders. See world, is the.Christian
Sunday., It has
in BA'M."I u
.bands if he treethem adrytptae
gratefully ts
by one' ,in in undistiniruishable that orders are executed and delivered ,
ruin goods I become so great
necessity to the civilized
kindly. some info the small bottle C6t'ct. ff!
: from the back of a chair'after the exit promptly. Never disappoint or In Kamtschatka the dogs are Ute I world, that the wonder is how thoroughly stake the torttteritz*' .:.}
; of "gentleman friend." The tidies delay, if possible to avoid ,it. Attend the
animals non-christian W
only thatcan races or classic
be used to draw i peoples large jar for several minutte'ia
made of macreme and of the fish strictly to business no-useless .1.JJ
lighter ;
were able to do
sledges. They such '
are strong and active,,, the cheap e t cord, embellished with bright ribbon debate or trifling. Time is precious
; day.
and run the *
over snow at a wondtrtpace. I injurious to shoe leather as th1**
; are really pretty and can be used with do not waste it. Never allow social
: A
courier once drove two hundred and burn it. to J .JJ \':'"
1 unconcern. Those crocheted of the fish I It converse'to interfere with immediate and seventy miles in less than four| Plato says, somewhere, that leisure I is .z.. ." HUJl4l+

t cord are very ,easy to make. After i attention to customers. Keep stock in days in a sledge drawn necessary to the acquisition.. of virtue, "

; making a chain of proper length foi the order. 'Make memorandum of goods or by dogs. There I and that, therefore, no workingman Telegraphing in"J pan and Cf&ft' ,
are generally five '
to each
; width of the tidy, make alternate rows I stock wanted. Charge first and make harnessed sledge, and j can acquire it. Plutarch calls it one slouch of job. There artf 4IU00, '.

\ of thick stitches and of chains, so that I: invoice from the charge. Loan nothing they ene for are a leader. But four hi spite abreast of,all with the I I of the most beautiful and happy inventions tern or hieroglyphics fa tffe ,

spaces will be left in which to run ribbons without the consent of the owner. Make work do trailed'' of Lycurgus, that he obtained and no telegraphic alphabet r

" ;' the ribbons should be of the collections promptly. Keep fully and ill-fed they they are badly for the citizens the greatest leisure by for- the task o!' ftpresetrtfni? fte s"'A
they'hate the work
:. exact width of tba spaces;' black velvet : insured.A ; they bidding them to occupy themselves with system has been "devised by wnicn i!
have to do and #
give a melancholy howl I -
J i any men enary work. 6900 characters,divide* fntoStt '
ribbon is also pretty to run in. Whr' A COURTEOUS M.uDrER.-Brusque when first '
they are harnessed. In :Newfoundland
it forms a block on the right side work' people underrate the importance of a the dogs are used fare all-! j Christianity early, obtained for the need be used, and by trie aid 1.J"tri--t.\of ftaWj"t'th" '

a star in yellow and scarlet silly.f pleasant manner.. Look beneath th sorts of bard work but working classes of the can be t..ransm"tttedare "J. ,. J
. they are treated[ Roman,
, ---- surface, they say, to the roots of character this imagine a lightning operator .
: very kindly; and are so gentle and good I great blessing,and not through the Ui()
trying several
ca to send :
A peasant in Sweden never passes afellowpeasant I ; pay no attention to outward appearance that Greek method '
creating class
I they actually draw a load of a of belp- words of special fey**?
without a polite'littinl to voice or gesture, tone or wood !row the' forest to the seaside, ,,16:411 helot,.but by the institution of the a, newspaper *'
.f his hat This explains why so many !I manners; they maybe all deceptive,' wait for the cart to be unloaded and Lord's day ..! a method as that 'The operator',8?_* J

I r, Swedes':'come1 to this country. They and they must be all superficial it is message and the telegraph editor wo
; then back I Under '
go get it filled, entirely the prodigious Impulse of the I I all **
I come to avoid catching cold in the head what is said or done, and how it is said! alone leading races of modern times tow operation.-Petaluma probably be badly"broken'and .Argus.

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1iORIP.A: : 'S T.A R. .1 Without corresponding moral'culture a ita next session levy a road'_tax; on. each IRON BITTERS. ._. ..

JUNE '. 1883.. J well-]rilM tnentaT""culture makes' the person the State eanal to what Jhe or .
., .,,; .;' .Y. .... 21,, ,_ -""" mostTiciou8 riin1ri .'YM _!- '
; ,., .,- ,. L. Our papers are she.lost during the preceding"year on P

..., gggygBy.THLBeDAT, \ full of testimony corroberating'. the fact. account of bad roads, the people ''wouldbe ,.' ..,1i.,:. .', '-:0"' '''' .;'. \ ; t t,,

i' -Ji", it\::_.;. pt.'1.\14.. "... 'AT t:: Florida.6jEdlfor& Money.getting be,the, god at,-once>astonished and indignant. .:., r 4r si
. .. ; which, the American; has done would be astonished at the magnitude ? .
::&: ,... AGER, : people They i' ta1A ,." ',',;:.J'Ii: .

t..r't-:1t:: .:;'" c***r'*B., rw .Publisher.Stfff homage to until we have become' a nationof of the tax and indignant at being Ob IW rf D -'{ '. ','. \. ., ....x".,...;.?'<';: .

shysters, tricksters and sharpers. Our called upon to pay eo enormous a levy. litUll.. I { : t f..

i !o', 1.50 per Annum in advance.' moral training has been neglected until And yet,they will pay the tax this ,year, .. j (J -. ,
: !" In: ; 18 squares 1'S ':*" ,.
. h ._. tlllUkw'one inch space. the great principle.of right holds but the and not a dollar of it will go toward bet- ; .' -. .'. >1- ,.. '-:. .: ..

' -- emeuunaccompanied ,by the third or fourth place in our development. tering the condition of the county roads. That's a common expression .' .
-: ': ISotweelTeattentlon.- ; 5- S ,r".t.. ?.,*:',/*, *3. "| "Sw." .
and has world of
!J H..rtJII1Dgrate.l enquire of the Editor "Money-money-money-and how to The tax, says a practical writer, goes on a :

( lpdnga threo cent stamp. get it" is the cry throughout the land, in in the shape of damages to wagons, harness meaning. How much suffering Now1

.; t""evr" t -I'Al'f t may be found on file at our fields and our cities; in our stores and tock, interference with business, is summed up in it. ..1..;,-'

'tt&n.a.r..Bowell Co's Newspaper.Adverin(10 and counting rooms-in our courts and loss of time in transportation, hindranceand '

' t 'B Spruce Street) where halls of legislation our business and vexation and expense generally-an The singular thing about '. '",'
made for itnewspaper .
? f contracts may be our social relations. onerous tax upon every fanner and it is, that pain in the bad: '
&5E And what is money? Nothing more business man-and the cause of it all is occasioned by so many Is the time toSubscribe

S' : IeUL than a substitute or reward for labor. becomes if anything more damaging each things. May be caused by ,

r(;,'Th Tah county- By,it when young and strong, man is, en- year. This is not business sense. This kidney disease, liver com

!4 llkP08l: Office at TttuscUk as abled to store up his labor for use when will not build up the country districts or plaint consumption, cold,

1!'ii-"t,(<7Siion:{_.". -C/nM llatter.t ._ he becomes aged and infirm, and he who increase the size of the trade centers. If rheumatism.dyspcpsiajOver- .

i: marb in our host issue maybeappropriately appropriates to himself another man's each member of the legislature would work, nervous debility, &c. .

1&d most by a labor or money without giving a just and give one.half. of one day to a close calcu-

.';'j'" lfOurTieW8on 'mental and moral I due equivalent therefor in return is a lation of the difference between good Whatever the cause,don'tneglect ,,.
.j dishonest and there is roads and kid roads in his business it. Something is
_," We"are informed that when I man no rubbingthis own "' ... ..'

.'f: Arcbite had finished Creation I. assertion out, we care not what may we believe a way would be found to give wrong and needs prompt .. /". :.....
02ea : be that man's Florida road law which would be not attention. No medicine has
position profession a
or religious .
work not good ,
, 1 :....n.moed his ; *** *:
r-- This- is what we wouldOmnipotence creed. We are not of tho-e who only effectual but just and fair to all yet been discovered that For '
;taiygood. *
and believe that our public schools are whollyat classes of our citizens." This heretofore will so quickly and surelycure .
iItari111.exPectfrom 1r."I; ....
those who be- fault in regard to this. We are a patting of our legislators on the back, such diseases asBRowS's .. .
_ not
) reare' among ,
.e. e warm advocate of the public school calling them "good fellows" etc, making IRON BITTERS,andit
bad that he system
'ije that man is naturally .. ...
} and believe it to be one of the very them believe they.are little "gods" for does this by commencingat w-
sin etc. morally though .
,'..ktoDceived in I/<' '
1'* best mediums through which to correct wisdom, etc.. has gone far enough. The the foundation, and making "
.; :**tfniB* $ the*ignorance conceived of physically.progenitors As the evil we deprecate.Let "I'll tickle you if you'll tickle me" business i- the blood pure and rich. The Florida Star. '

I .htveeaidbefore mj ire the original end and the American people move in the had loot be dropped. It is gettingto
; be too thin. Go ahead brother Jones Wm.P.Marshall,of Logans-
direction careful and extended
t amofman is manifestly his highest a more
> ; ,Indianawrites: "My wire
:a.. drill in moral culture and let the we will stand by you on this question. port
: \; ':... iJnc# and_ moral culture and coming has for many years been trou-

I eIopment; and as he was created not school teacher know that a high moral AIUUVALS .t DErAUTUUES OF MAILS. bled from pain in her back .... .

. eelygood,:bat very good, if there is any culture is to be one of the chief:requisitesin From Enterprise to Tit 11 wille.Leave and and general debility incidentto -- -
Monday Wednesday
the teacher henceforth and in due her sex. She has taken one ,
id i thing as bad attaching to man itsccripnawst Friday 5 n. in.Arrive .If'

; be sought either in his physieil : time, the cause for alarm among our and Friday at nt Titusvillo 3 J). ui. Monday Wednesday bottle of Brown's Iron :Ditters, -. ...". ....
educationists will Leave Titusville Tuesday Thursday and and I can truthfully say that .
culture. We ] leading philanthropic
mental moral hearotcomchthingasevil "
; Saturday at 3Ill. she has been so much benefited
: or bad until man cease to exist. By precept and example Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursday that she it the
and Saturday at a p.m. pronounces It is the constant aim and intention of
: the end and aim at home and in the schoolroom cm the
hid began:to accomplish From Daytona Titusville. only remedy of many medi- the publisher to give to the readers of the
fif his creation, viz: culture. There then much desired result be accomplished.The Leave Tltu<;\illc, ,)Ion,1uy,1ncSf.1ny..., cines she has tried."
STAR of the most'readable'mid
", '. and Fridays at 5>> a.m. one ... newsiest -
fleifeme of great natural princi- Arrive ut Daytona, Tuesdays'ilutrsiLtys, T"
of the State.
which he : SfAK has repeatedly called the at- and Saturdays att.. m. Leading physicians and papers .... .
jtolmd laws,,of was as ignor- Leave Daytona, Mondays, Wednesdays, and -
. tiiijB:*newly' born babe, 'surroundingMi&ffeyery tention of the People and the Legislatorsof : Yrhlaysat.i a. m. clergymen use and recom- .'. .. '
the State to the inefficiency of our road Arrive at Titnsville, Tuesdays, Thursday: mend BROWN'S IRON BIT-
side,awaiting his investiga- and Saturdays at 9 ". """

'ijd ,-tlncidation, and classification. We law and also to the injustice and hardships From Titusville to Eau Gallic. TERS. It has cured others '. .... ':-"

:SeInformed thit he partook of the 'fruit it works on tho>e citizens of the 3 a.Leave JO" Titusvillo Tuesday and Friday at suffering as you are, and it ... 0 .. .

ttthi'' of and State who are least able to bear these Arrive at Eau Galllo Tuesday and Friday. will cure '-:
gce of knowledge good you.PIONEER !,
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that "*
burdens. We to ( "" ; .
glad see one
fet '!sad)doubtless-at this point thevlata are Eau Gallic Wednesday and Saturdayat 'E" > .
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other at least
journal "gumption"and
pia elect,: though he may have and Saturday
"nerve" enough to call the attentionof at 7 I). m. >:" : ,
miD in .
.keot. a hi stature came contactvitiiftneone >
or more of the great uni- its readers to these, by us oft' repeated, ASSESSOR'S NOTICE. Twenty columns of Selected -

Creation and not uudcr- facts. We quote from the Jacksonville I will be at the Precincts at the following -
"TWalfawsof Miscellaneous
laws Times: "The Legislature of Florida, at times for receiving the Tax Returns. COOPERAGE. Reading. ,
their action "
-itnding these! or so asie3aibe
its last session passed a new road law, LAST EOVXD.
Syrup Barrels $2.25.
them subservient to his comfort St. Lucie, June Cth

',ant) convenience, experienced pain or which in eflect retained all the most ob- Eau Gallic, 9th Gauged to order, ten cents extra. ..
features of the old law and "
jectionable Point 12thBurnharn'
,bpfeiuit"results which has bcende- City Barrels and Oval Water .'i i-:' "',
15th Honey I .
added new ones worse than those which *, II '
snsited'>'Evil. Absolutely speaking' already exi: t'l1. Our road system is Haulover, 1'HliLaGranse BreakersFrom I i iI ,-=AYD--.... ..: ..'.;, :._(,.. :. ..
itkiiiand. can be no such thing as EviL 22ndTitusville I .J. .. .c" '", .
We e1mre that all things in creation, organized and conducted upon a plan 23rd: : : 82.00 : : Up. : :.' I -; "
degrading to the citizen and the spirit of ,,'. R. SAXDER::, Assessor. tW : .
-'rptiy: not only
apprehended, are good Tanksand **** 't'1o; '
:butetrigoodzsthe, Primitive History free government; it is a cliain-gang, Titusville, Florida, May 2-1, 1815:1- .;
criminal,,' that in its is all kinds of Cooi'En WOKK to order. "
if tt4'the. AD Wise Omnipotence declared system, spirit NOTICE. Nearly Ten columns State,

-tfetraBk" '" >ntobe.. It is only through ig- debasing, and in its efiect puny and val I will IK at Titnsville 30 days, commencing T. .JOII. SOS, County, and Local News

and ueless. It is a tax upon labor and not : the 1st day of June, for the purpose ..
MOH* her twin
sistersniisconcepfieirwi'misiepresentatiou LaG range. : : Florida. .
of for IRS after
f upon capital or hind. It compels the collecting taxes ,
that evil asa which time books will lie closed.FURTHHK .
': irti. .. >1na: '...hen he comes in contact poor workman who walks to market to NOTICE. W. B. MOORE ,. .
tsft Ae' Whangeable laws of Deity.IHAithe.infant bear as much of the burden and expense All persons transacting any businessfor ,

mind' has: been sa the capitalist in his carriage: or the which a State and County Licence e is General Commission Merchant, I'RESE'TEDEEKL1:".'

,!1iede iimdtkefiunileis most beautiful dray owner with his d\zen teams. Under due aml'unpaid will plea c come forward .
and obtain such licence, said<< licenses
,t IIt ttJnacnlate white tablet, more seu- it the coachman pays as much as his may be obtained from J. A. :McCrory sit ..

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"';,*%%fc/toj;.be.,written a life's history landlord. that purpos.'. D. W. McQt'ur. Groceries: and '. '.
Tax Collector for Brevard Co. .. ,.,.."'
t wWsfihly.than though chiselled iiiitaliU. ; Road duty is a public burden, and as o l'f :

'{" ,, I1;'What a pure and priceless such i is a tax, a debt due to the State. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS >
Family Supplies. ... :o;
is tia given into the keeping of thefJ"teacher Under our present 1:1the non-fulfill
: : (. (for, the terms are ment of this duty, or the non-payment of ., ,

j,..yM>),'and what an overwhelming its equivalent, in cash, is a misdemeanorto HART & SDHTHISRockledge Titusville : : Florida. r : ).
November 10thl >0. tf 47
**W ftflity.attaches thereto-the phyJBitl *- be punished by incarceration in the : Line. 1. -".(, .

|: ", .and;moral culture and dean county jail. It is a law, in effect, imprisoning FOR SALE JOB rnI "'TL .., .,
:j! pttBtof: immortal being.. Fathcrteacher the citizen for debt and not for The Steamer, "ASTATULA, :

rtes'- ,-do you realize the re- private: debt,but for a debt due to the Will leave Sanford and Enterprise, JOB pnI "TlliO.** .

: eachersj(we use the word government. _It is a criminal law, punishing every Tuesday and Friday for Lake Poin- i THE TITUS HOUSE, -', "
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.,=tA 'with parent) are you : not for the commission of an of- sett Landing, connecting, at Rockledgewith I oxINDIAN .5.. -

Cady( ;W you willing to assume the re- fence, but for the omission of a duty. It steamers for Tituavilleandall p>ints r ".. \r... '., ., ""

I "litt.'I If not .what is unreasonable unjust and un-American. on Indian River and Lake Worth. The RIVER, ';'7' ' ,
: you are bu-i-: .4 "..... .
;'f b i holding the position of The.burden of taxation in nn"country Astatula will call at Salt Lake for Titus- containing .,> -f...... "

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ville ,.
l t& and on Tuesday's trip.RETCRING k.r "
This should fall particularly -
resumes spotless upon property, Large Office, Parlor, Dining Room, .1..;
} ltus jtfaat.mind'according to De- .upon landed property; the monopoly '

''; ilts,'into be trained, develop- of the face of the earth by a favored Kill and leave Saturday Lake Poinsctt at 4 every Wednesday Pantries, Kitchen, :t Y : t. ...,
in.Prompt i
p.. *r5A1 with and through itsIgnorance few, and holding it at exhorbitant prices close connections made with p. daily line 16 Large Airy ISctlrooms, Our Job Office is well equipped for ex-

.J. ; is the first from those who must give the productsof steamers for Jacksonville and all points Servants' Quarters ecuting all kinds of' .. .

'( fr'. T. ..e. Infant mind. The child their labor to obtain it, is not in itself North. Cal; Joe Smith, E .
ft ,
Wotknow i \ that fire will burn him or justice; but when, in addition to this, a 3 tf Manager.A. and all necessary outbuildings. .. -, ..

+'ueoasary law is passed which exempts the land- ..
.. L. HATCII Cistern of l:2OOO gal. capacity, "I'S I
I !!kuili.drown him. He has tog holder from a great public burden, and ,
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he{knows or can knowirroundings imposes it .upon, those whose only property IXGROCERIES -allOFURNITURE- PLAIN& FANCY WORK, : .:

'! .,hlld his and he is their bodily exertion, a wrong is 1
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: .;.:;..: 1d.W .his* teachers-his sur- done which ought speedily to be righted.But ... ..:.
Piano and Billiard Table. ..a w.. ,
PROVISIONS including 1. I
1 bini. "
This is ,the law, the roads are not good anywherein .
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: ;' ce depends on his train- the State, with exceptions too few to DRY GOODS The Groundsare <
: 't'maataLand all considerable. If for no other COLOR &ORNAMENTAL WORK, q
; Ilowstatus at
... .. arethinings
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and Laid '
Large Nicely Out. r.
) of his teachers. reason, the present system should be Hardware and General MercMse t

r orearelPJRQess on the part changed because it fails to give us whatit CITY POINT FLORIDA. -ALSODESIRABLE '

.. ,.. '* either in precept designs to give. We need good roads March s. 4w 43 TOWN LOTS l

i ; ;a 1 extorted pictures on and to get them we have got to tax prop- NOTICE. RULE & PAMPHLET WORK, i-
'iL.. On..a.'Lthe; teacher is writ- erty in a sufficient sum, and then with I will sell at public outcry before the For Business or Dwelling Houses, and

: .- ..- +Iry then that the par the proceed hire efficient labor. II a poor Court House door in the town of 'Titus GOOD LANDSFor .

i.r .f rl of, our American chil citizen should elect to work out his own ville, Brevard county Fla., on Monday .

{ ''moped, physically, men- tax, allow him a reasonable per diem for July 6th 1SS3, one lot of dry goods, lev- Gardening. I v....". -' ;J;
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- his services, but do not, as we do now, ied on as the property of Thomas New to Terms Easy to Responsible : .ETC., me. ; '_'''' .. "J Jv

, ;: iS our American children charge him the same as we charge a, millionaire satisfy an execution' in favor of D. P. Parties. ..,v '. .

: -r.: !" 1 ,&adin.... the school room has and then put him in jail because Gibson, issued from the May term, 1883, .. "tr, ....t a. t
=' to.Menial to the detriment he can neither leave his employer's shopnor of the Justice Court at Titnsville Fla. Apply or address, '\0.<. -. 4. !1

; c'J: } moral culture. Mental afford to pay for a substitute. M. E.ENGLISH Constable. MIIS. ]1. E. TITIS, ; -

i does,not make men better. If the legislature could and should at Titusville Fla.-June 13 1SS3. Titusville, : : :' : Florida. Titusville, Indian River, Florida.

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s ... ?J i\" ,,."tr JIi-.,'-RDRRAMr', -- .. I' ande>< whtp on the ncea*J half-buried oofof sight'in his*'jewel- I custody of'Eer" late 'master's relatives Saraphina, without&, ""; "
J4 : .. \ aton:alluded wjaajrandenly and iuS& robes and'tnrbao, withtwink for the time being. J I part of the chopfallen I

It''l..,+Ip' pU.f;. ua fiy drwnei; a Out..,J>..Jaere'ihe, ,,siavon ;. .- ..pnbr iclyninnorr> ?tgae thai P.W4 pre. ling little eyes,'and >racial' idiosyncrasy I The next',morning found the,'small' her, rushed ever to ottt'P to

'Yawaform't today 1t"";' ..sF t' '. cious'Seraphina (it,was bythis nomde' when be smiled that was 'suggestive of amphitheatre in the rajah's menagerie > it-., .

4 The tM.eioofac'-i.the western guerre that our mmsigec.had replaced both'an amused gorilla and a hyena :in I crowded to suffocation by the elite of benches and fell sobbing with'the 'J8r!

Tie. waves.,teemed'. iot'inl. ,4-as it hurried by tne consonantal' jaw-breaker under hysterics. Agra society, native' and British, persons transported Monsieur \
.... '
y r ._-.. r which she had originally, come,to us) lie let every one'bave'liis or her say, of lesser consequence not >being arms ",

'fit"jroldea'yiir.oatstnaminc in the wind. ,w aJall'' probability .to be.ruthlessly with praiseworthy imperturbability, admitted, with the exception of the Well, though the rajah rradettL

off Caojrfat the 1&111'*dyiac jflmr i torn from u*, and to meet a fate the then corked 'nip the entire hubbub with members of our troupe, Seraphina, of pleasant for us to continue Pnr-?*
.curls of seaweed twined :
't A Among.fairer. vision you.a spray will never.IInd..I ; most awful that has been evolved eut 'Impatient gesture,.and finally, aftera course, included.: The first glance at I fi ances in Agra; he could

know:i J --'t AThw of Hindu caste prejudice. few whispered words with the dia- her made us suspect that no kindness had I on his word and the fa1

'" '.- M the turn sank r ow'j in the West, Seraphina,having pat Socket through mond-dusted chief begum at his side, been thrown away upon her by her custodian gallantchampionshipotourgirl ..
; *"*Softly the firm drtw near. a number of astonishing tricks, was smilingly announced through his herald !?. I went before us in the IbItitl..
JUdlaid its crowmed ht'.l upon my lt, .
.JLnd lot I cried aloud ani could treed careering on him like an Amazonian vision that he had formed a decision. Picturesquely clad in slight folds of advertisement such as bDl OIteIa'.

:c Forfar.t of delight around the ring, without This was awaited .in an; agony of snow-white, richly ornamented jamdaii, 1:.advance agents combined hadganized ....t.

1. woke'from strange and troubled addle or bridle, preliminary to her suspense. The high rajah was known which rather expressed than veiled her ..
'.. dream;' I startling denoument-that of linking ,to have a penchant for cruel practical exquisite proportions, he occupied an Old Mahapootra'a funera1 }I e.
and free
x calm > .
Shone- through moon my window with a tender her ankles under the animal's throat, joking, in ,which the throwing of un- isolated position near the rajah and his f tired up, perforce,without Ie_...

*( beam,' .and, stretched backward along the ribs suspected sudras as tidbits to his favorite party from which a full view of the | apology of a suttee to dO.hiDa-
Yet still a pressure. on my.breast did seem and flank to the to obtained. IIer ence. We opened in Delhi
,To be. near spectator, wild beasts, and kindred oddities, arena was E''es1e .IId'"
make two circuits thus-when a, young had been features, from which the lustrous with hope, and she occasionallycast where to a tremendous ltirai ..

I.row The from out my chair where I had slept rajpoot was seen to suddenly run excit- general anxiety with which his fiat was upon us, especially upon po r at the close of the lndran-p<<
livelong rnooD; "
And opening full wide my door I slept edly through the spectators to the pavilion looked for can be better imagined than Conquetp, a glance full of encouragement '. Seraphina became the haPPJ.\.

Prom. out the house,while- on. above me, occupied by the chief rajah of Agra depicted.At ; but at the same time a nervous of Monsieur Conquete. ,Ther !*

-The swept moon. and his household, together with some last it was proclaimed. The twitching of her lips told of the agony sequently went out of the show b jaT

,Upon the bare cliffs where the sea-bird distinguished foreign residents, ands begin I: great high rajah would be pleased to of suspense she was suffering. I and opened a hotel in gib

The moon its radiance: shed; to talk loudly and earnestly that grant our Seraphina absolute immunity This may be more fully appreciated where, it may well be .believed,Bo i

1: wandered skies down.,.and nealh the starlit t I magnate. I from all caste obligations, on the sole when I say that on her way to the place I remained with them an hones ..

Aychlld'with: golden:hair" and close-shut The rajah made some reply. Then a ., coalition that she would unit some she had been, with a refinement of gratuitous guest to the q
t .} elcR- ..1. trumpet sounded from the pavilion, and beast, wild or tame, that should successfully cruelty, compelled to pass the funeral death .

..Ly.d.L_ r an official loudly announced, in pigeon champion her cause in a con pile already thronging the corpse of her .

'. :English, that, by reason of a startling test with Jabdahor, the famous king of late lord and master, and upon which it Origin of The Calender..

C" Rocket. : revelation just made with regard to the the rajah's unexampled wild beast collection was confidently expected she wonld be -

OR peerless equestrienne the the contest forced to immolate herself at thecloseofthe
performancemust to take place in the I The word "calendar"
The Nautch Girl's Champion.< come to a close at once. A sensa arena of the royal menagerie; on the extraordinary by battle that was: crt/tndi'ttni is derived fa,
tion ensued which could scarcely have following morning. Failing in obtaining about to brgin. I I I cow.
ments of months, which in the
It was many years ago that I found been surpassed by anything down on such a champion, or in the event ot The arena was a high walled pit, circular of ancient Rome, where,called flaeoS langnan

my lot cast with the Great Western the bills. such champion! being vanquished if obtained in form and about sixty feet in diameter lie
simply caltnd
Hippodrome, one of the first circus organizations Then the official made public the nature Seraphina was to be given up to which was brilliantly illuminated I which "calling out "should; e., da11I

that had ventured into the of the revelation. In brief, the be burned alive on the funeral pyre of by sunlight admitted through a glazed "cato call. occnr,fa,

i interior of. British, India. young rajpoot had recognized in our I I her Quondam lord.. aperture directly overhead.A This "calling oot"took
place the '
Seraphina a former slave of the haremof I Such the reappearance ef tin
The venture had proved fortunate was decree. trumpet was blown and Rocket small crescent after

atm si.from. the start, After performing an uncle of his, Prince Mahapootra, The .rajpoot relatives made no at- was first admitted by the sudden opening I the present day remains new .t.

to excellent houses in'Madras, Cutlack a rich but miserly old rajak of the vicinity tempt to disguise their satisfaction, of a grated door. Superbly beautiful, I among those people who the costal

... and Calcutta, on the coast, we had who had died two days before. while the'sympathizers with the poor powerful and spirited, he bounded II the Turks, reckon time, as for lItI1Q

pushed v victoriously up the Sacred river, The girl bad escaped from the harem, girl were correspondingly despairing into the centre of the arena, and stood recurring phases of the wholly frog '
capturing' Patna and Benares on the joining a troupe of mountebanks and This can readily be made plain. Jab- there pawing the sand, with his head was loudly proclaimed Hi

way, and were at last in the midst of a Nautch girls, from whom she had come dahor, the pride of the rajah's collec- erect, eyes blazing and nostrils ex- public buildings by from the rook

perfectly stunning season'at Agra, high into our employment as has been stated, tion, was famous throughout the upper tended. seers who appointed priests<
required to seek for
up on the Jumna, and with regal Delhi, and had succeeded in eluding pursuit India as the liughest, the most power- The-tiger was admitted almost imme- moon's crescent in tin

and thence, across the country to Ba- until now, when she was forthwith : ful and the most ferocious royal Bengal' diately afterward. He had not been in either two days after the.evening &j
I new tri
roda, 'Bombay and Goa in golden prospect. claimed, and must be straightway re- tiger that had ever been captured- the least exaggerated. In size, strengthand or five days after the last tar'
stored to the dead man's estate. But appeuaact of
tamed he never had been-or, as many ferocious appearance be was the most its light in the
miraMe dicta morning sky; this;tta
this was, not the worst. ,
:In Agra, as elsewhere, we were averred that had ever been seen. He appalling brute we had ever conceivedof. was established as the
Not beginning of tin!
had the
only old
',equally, popular with the native population prince was said to be five feet four inches high month, the single days being
of all castes and with the British outlived his legitimate wives; but he at the shoulder, eleven feet in length Licking his chops in silence, with his by counting backward

residents, ,both civil and military. Indeed had also, shortly before lighting out from tip to tip ; with a capacity of fiery eyes never for an instant quittingthe the night, or from the intermediate or forward fm

we were intending to remain there for Nirvana, converted the remaining leaping a hurdle with a carcass of a horse, he at once set up a slow me- of full moon. The dar
{ fora. month or more, when an unforeseen members of his seraglio into his better- full grown buffalo in his teeth, as an chanical pacing around the extreme edgeof ing time from the revolutions of "recto-

,event promised to cut us: short beloved rupees ; so that now, to the ordinary cat would get away with a the arena; while the stallion on his es of light of the moon has bees and pt*
consternation of his high-caste and loss
rat and part moving around and around
in ,
in our career. .. numerous encounters to as practiced in those "
pious relatives, he lay dead, without so have killed lions, throttled panthers in if on a pivot, with his head bent down countries in whkk
In the midst of third the
"t our performance much constant clearness of the heaieu
as a single wife or female slave to
like a dog was watchful
ribboned of
pairs equally
up other tigers into every
before vast and brilliant enables
a throng, plentifully people to determine with
serve a suttee on his pyre-that is offer coca*
shreds, forced double-horned rhino- movement of his subtile and treacherousfoe.
interspersed with wealthy rajahs herself ? derable accuracy the first of
( ) up to be burned alive with appearance
and their harem trains, that were fairly his insensate old carcass, after the an- ceroses to the wall, and caused the most the moonlight,the so-called"new light,"

lustrous in barbaric pearl and gold," cient and aristocratic custom of the i formidable rogue-elephants. to squeal for Suddenly, without so much as a growlof and, again, among those whose limited

the feature that had proved our best Hindu quarter.No warning, and as if impelled by elec- intercourse with other nations afforded
nobility ; But lo I with the re-
card' among'the natives brought about wonder that the rajah's decisionwas tric springs, the red-and-black-striped
': covery of the fugitive odalisque no comparison of fixed standards h
sthe interruption. This feature was a at first regarded as tantamount to bulk of the tiger was seen hurling countries
own our beautiful Seraphina here at however, where 'cont iue4I
:.series marvelous trick scenes enacted the surrender of the poor girl to the I through the air towards his silvery anta- I clearness of the sky
last was a solution to the difficulty, and was not afforded
-by Seraphina, as we called her, with she was now claimed and appropriatedas demand of the suttee seekers. gonist. The latter, however, was bo*h : where the necessity was urgently felt

:"Rocket, our best trick horse, when a living offering to the grim oriental But the first shock of the announce- the quicker and warier. Wheeling in a for a regular<.determination of faton
ment had hardly passed when.. to the flash, he caught the tiger full in the
humored as the girl alone how to moloch of sutteeism! dates, the seers at length desired-tint
i further amazement of every one, Sera breast with his lashed out heels
humor him-a superbly beautiful, immensely The wild excitement incidental to driving they be permitted to calculate spot
powerful, snow-white stallionof this announcement was indescribable.It phina started forward with a glad cry him with a crash against the wall of the basis of the past determinations of

exceptional intelligence, but ordina- was tremendous. Seraphina retained of relief and gratitude. the pit, when he again, with lowered the duration of the regular montiut'tlarecurrence '

'rily so ferocious that no one had been her self-control Proudly rearing herself erect, with head confronted him pivotallyas before of the phases ofm!
sufficiently to
able to make much of him until we had Rocket and give him in charge master of. the flashing eyes and breast a-heave, sl.e the tiger resuming his silent circling moon for a certain time in adnntt,

fortunately engaged the services of Ser after spoke in a clear, ringing voice, first in tread as if it had not been interruptedat and therewith the regular sucowdoarf
grooms, muzzling, hobbling and
Hindustanee and then translated all.
aphina whilst in Ceylon. him the months and to record tin
haltering as was her wont, and then publicly
words into English."I "In the next
at least in
the third
There had always been a mystery stood leaning against his shoulder and number and the method of connttef
;about her. We had found her friendless accept your august highness' con- spring, Jabadahor will kill him !" the days of the nths.
a facing the great high rajah in whose single m Hm,
dition 1" she cried; "and my championis cried the rajah, in a voice we all could
Nautch girl, hungy and sick, in absolute decision rested her happiness, in place of the public proclamation fro*f
here at hand with kind hear.
Colombo, where she had been desertedby her fate, her life itself, as in the hollow my manager's the house-tops of the observed appew--

: the troupe of jugglers, snake charmers j I of a band ; her delicate features permission. She looked inquiringly But it was*to be proved that his predilection antes, the calendar now came irto me,

< and dancing women with whom she I 1 wreathed with an expression of agonized at Monsieur, who, doubtless for the tiger was blinding his containing calculations of the "caIIbC

had traveled. There divining her meaning, responded withan better judgment. In a few minutes the "Science '
was reason for appeal-a warm, living picture of help ays. Monthly.

suspecting, from a certain superiority i less beauty in supreme distress. The grimace eloquent and, even she an then ecstatic reitreated shrug and spring was repeated, but with even e?* --_.... -

of language and demeanor, that she majority of the vast assemblage roared ; and success than before. Again the lashing

might be a fugitive from some great i its disapprobation of the rajah's demand placed her hand caressingly Rocket's hind hoofs of the stallion hurled back' I Insanity In Criminals.

man's household ; but she would never I like an ocean in unrest. Poor silvery" mane. "This. shall be my champion the assailant, this time with a shock that -

afford the slightest inkling as to her I Conquete, livid with rage and anguish, she cried. the latter did not so promptly recover 'I The opponents of capital punishmentin
antecedents, and little did we care what prostrated himself before the gold and. sensation! Thunders of from, though his silent footed cirglingswere France have just been furnished,

they: might have been, for that matter. purple pavilion, wringing his hands and lion applause swelled up, in which the stal- speedily resumed, and apparentlywith a new weapon. The last time that tb
I his
.An odd incident revealed an extraor- screaming forth his protests like one arching proud neck, snorted undiminished watchfulness and guillotine,was set up in the.Place dt 1 a

.dinary'and mysterious power over the I I possessed. The English officials nobly. and curveted spite of muzzle and hobbles ,. energy. Roquette the criminal upon whom 4

quine'temperament; she was induced I', and earnestly seconded him to the best as though with warrier-like in- For the third time did Jabdahor launch was employed was a ,youth ni iIenesclou.

rto exert it upon Rocket, with such surprising of their ability, though the rajah's voice t didn't> lli jence ; but the rajpoot contingent himself towards Rocket with the forceof ) who murdered a littto P*

results that our enthusiastic.manager was at that time autocratic over the weaken in the least, being a catapult. But it was a last effort, under circumstances of appalling airod-

Monsieur Conquete had i doubtless wholly confident as to the Not only did the heroic stallion hurl him ty about two eoodtd
engaged fortunes and lives of the native populaj!j years since. His
result in
her forthwith at a salary that tion of his province, and British reformative I their favor, though Rocket'sfighting across the pit, this time with a broken was so abominable that even a Puis jury

must have inclined her straight night- II measures had not then made 'I II I them. The qualifications were no myth to jaw and dislocated shoulder, but he also I could not discover any' extents W

4 ,black hair to crispiness at the outset. j I the progress they have since made in ]I I high rajah and his train followed up the repulse with repeated circumstance for him,'although it W.

- During the ten months of decent treat- II 1 I I crushing out the hideous customs and ', probably more than shared this confidence shocks from the terrible heels, wholly admitted that his intelligence was d
in Jabdahor's
r._ ment, wholesome food and immunity I}! abuses of the caste system. Rut the smiles beamed powers. Gratified completing the discomfiture of the the lowest order. When, however;he wai
from''' mental fret she bad in everywhere from the jungle lord.Indeed dissected d1 Ana-
addition, rajpoot had been reinforced by many I at the Ecole Pratique
pavilion while the
little old himself
to becoming our chief attraction, bloc | other kinsfolk of the defunct Maha- : rajah from that instant Jabdahor tomie certain cerebral lesions wert.

i corned and rounded out into one of the pootra ; they belonged to the Kshatruya gleefully rubbed his skinny paws evidently jabbed to his heart's content- brought tof light and those who *ag'
together, as if in
jaostr lovable, bewitchingly beautiful caste, which is second only to the Brah- anticipation of a did nothing but run limpingly and whim- war against the guillotine declare

t piece of nut-brown femininity you can mins, and they vied with each other in his prodigious royalist treat, compared with which peringly around the arena, intent only he was not responsible for his aetfoiA
practical would
imagine. A romantic attachment had t volubility and insistence upon the right- nowhere.A joke be upon effecting an escape ; and with a This view has been greatly srrenjrthened

,\ arisen between her and Conquete, who fulness of their claim that the girl fight to the triumphant snort followed by a shrill within the last few days by the fact that
., intended to make her his wife at the should be forthwith given up, and thusa monarch of the jungle and between the the whinnying,like the voiceof a trumpet, the convict's mother has become I
close of the peninsula season; and she suttee be furnished for the crematorial of the stables the glorious steed remained indubitably lunatic. It appears, moreover that ber
the and
liberty the
was as'popular among her fellow-per- embellishment that had been arranged life of the victor. sister is also insane and that her fatLef
prettiest girl in India for the
, formers as with the spectators, who for the following day., stakes Could In spite of the fear in which the rajah committed suicide. These revelati*'

1; .were attracted alike by her beauty, her I It all lay with the great high rajah ofAgra guinarily fascinating aught? be more san- .I was held and.his undisguised chagrinat have given a new impetus in France to
. the result the mental'
-courage and her talents. as he should decide. lie was anodd'looki.nst The assemblage broke tumultuously '- of the natives endless controversy respecting
up present joined in the imfJIII
y Imagine then if can the sudden wrinkled ringing cheer that unsoundaess In relation. to .
a you little old nabob, Seraphina being ordered into the rushed from every British throat; while impulse. ;

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...{. r); >.r.tI tlf .. .,;;,' : "" "1.# J" Sheep. ..;::;;; bad erects of,turnip-in winter, and ',of ''Ten Emperor Napoleon III. He opened a
give two : there was a religious
Y-" I s crops year one: intielBeeceandoneln years ago
.C IU)1.: ,81m.t. ;, wild onions and other ,weeds;",cropped small box which he brought under his
(;< "' diiith'eggs. When i'rub the Jambs; sometimes revival in Rhode Island'Til182e. The
.. 1 J while at pasture 1)n.summer ; but now arm the
.t. unwrapped parcel which it
: three for in California blacksmith of th'e returned from
'f lumps of augarSSsiindof and Texas place
comes something which has not been
t.-i j.fc. nmw contained
up and drew from it a human
temonstogetthe"zest" they shear twice a year. his forge brie'nlght, and seeing his wife

,;.: way than using % ,On land that is worth $100 per 'acre thought of as injurious, heretofore. pumping a pall of water took the pail mask. The skin was dried up and
= a delicate This is from and hay on
grass grown wrinkled
: it mod theeyes deeply buried in
the of each cow from her finished apt to product ought to be fertilized the pumping, and
jil wMGf the lemon t oned land, or such as is bysewage. their sockets the mouth contracted
., ._..._;.._.. Prom the lemon '$75 per year. If she will not do that is the carried the water into the house. 'The ,
Distillery slops,perhaps, the .teeth perfect. The beard ;
i moustaches -
; makes a she is.not'up' to. the'mark of a good wife fainted on the spot, the result of ,
worst of all food for mUch cows,and we and eyebrows were still in their
the shock occasioned her husband's
11"'P.IIIe.oII, a pint of cow.The do not like it any better for fattening by places and the \v i ole was covered with
and pour | best grass for wet land is red- attention. It88 the first time in a
: pigs. Milk from the cow, when given yellow varnish like an anatomical !
on the top ; to this may be added meadow married life of twenty-three years that
"ijul: ( improper food or drink, affects cheese specimen. "Sire said the
J.qii ,. Break spear grass, fowl meadow and the immense brawny fellow six feet mayor,
: ''' of boiling water. j grass, made from it seriously than it ,
:. ,1IIItjaJ1' more "you behold all that remains! of CardI-
.:j .'_._into a' bowl and beat up yolks fJ1whites perennial rye grass. Of these about does butter; but in either case it is bad two in his stockings, had lifted a fingerto nal Richelieu.".
six pounds each be help in domestic the slender
used to the duty
adding the hot may any
' :f;: together, enough, and when drank, is .the originof In the
month of December
little wife whose head hardly reached 1793,
sweetened) a tea1i -
; jkfinich t has been acre.Taking deadly fever.and various other fatal
: Sol at a time and beating so thor-I Indian corn as the basis of diseases.In I bis shoulder. blacksmith had "got when a revolutionary party pillaged the
. '
': J Ehftbat all the glair of the egg is |: comparison, we learn that 100 pounds experiments"made at the New religiot," and with that getting had tombs of the. Sorbonne, one. of the soldiers -

::1f-,. JSatp.' When all the milk is addedKtSSbowlinthe I of corn is equal in nutriment to 45 York experiment station with musk- got understanding alsoembodyingboth entered the vault which containedthe

I :saucepan of boiling1gtiruntuthecustardthickens. pounds of peas; 76 pounds of wheat ; melons the Christiana proved most sat- in a most practical matter and body of the cardinal, and, finding ..
l ;e ": 83 poundsof oats; OOiwunds rye ; 111 isfactory the varieties tried. manner. that the mask of the face, doubtless in

ff 1M and set aside to cool (I I pounds of barlry153 pounds of pea among This story, with the illustration the order to facilitate some process of em-
into i cups j ji One peculiarity of this melon is that
', m cooks i stir the custard until it !i I vines; 333 pounds of corn stalks; 400 the fruit as soon as ripe becomes detached hearer can hardly fail to furnish for balming, had been sawn off from the

Very delicate custardJJi'mide pounds of oat straw; GOO pounds of himself, may bring a smile from the rest of the head, possessed himself of it,
ziicold., from the stem so there is never .
3 Y l' with rice, flour or corn I.I! wheat straw ; 500 pounds of barley I any question as to when, it ought to be I telling or the picturing, yet it suggestsmore and displayed it in triumph to the spec-

"; I straw 500 of Irish I than laughing matter. tators, who. thought that he had him-
..' .' Jgfecty the recipe for which comes withttopftcfcage. I ; pounds potatoes; plucked. A handful of sulphate of a
t.r; 'I I 625 pounds of rutabagas; COG poundsof potash, several times the quantity of John Smith has worked his forge, self cut off the great man's head. Subsequently -

:, rye straw; 907 pounds of beets, I his bench, or his desk all day lone. a hatter named Cheval possessed -
wood ashes added to each hill waS believed -
,jy ,1 :jg'::Ex ELLENT'ouP.An excel- and 1250; pounds of white turnips. lie had had an hour's leisure at noon, himself of the trophy and hid it .
: to improve the quality of the
ftetf. !>!1P can be made by taking'one Bio POTATOES. correspondent but is tired, and glad of his six o'clock in a cupboard at,the back of his shop.

1 OB of corn and boiling the corn in one I writes us, over his own name, from Be- fruit grown. relief. He thinks of home as the place The Oth Thermidor came, the hatter,
I I A writer on the subject of laying
: f. tSirtofTnilk and water in equal pro- loit, Kansas, as follows : "In your of his comfortable supper, his old slip- in alarm,' gave the mask in charge to

:portkjBs;season with salt, pepper and_ paper, February 1, you called attentionto hens says laying he began of each with hen a being flock, the pers his easy chair and daily paper; a one of his customers, the Abbe Anner,

, *.]rte.- After it has boiled for about some potatoes raised in Dakota,which average only legitimate as well as pleasant prospect. who carried it with him to Brittany "
; ,to nrfMtes stir in. it three well-beaten 05 to 85 eggs per annum. By selectingfor and gave it to his brother.. The brother
weighed 2| pounds. While in Califor- Mi?. J. Smith worked at cooking- ,
".* : 5en-e hot, with a little rolled } nla, last October, I saw Irish potatoes hatching from year to year the eggs stove and wash-tub all the forenoon finding that insects were attacking the s
of those hens that laid the greatest
. .1 ken; added,just before sending to that weighed 5 pounds, and quite a num- number he brought them in process and at the sewing machine the rest of relic, consulted the village apothecary,

f the t&b1eo'' 1 ber. They rase! some larger than thoseI up the day. She has tended the baby, by whose advice it was varnished.. It
'" of time to lay from 190 to 210 eggs
i. .. 'glt (E.v AND' TURKEY LIVERS- saw, 6 to 7 pounds. This was in Santa each. We have well authenticated instances dressed the children, made beds, filled was this gentleman's son who broughtt

! l,.ri The livers of chickens and turkeys are Barbara county. At Los Angeles, I of hens laying 2.0 eggs in a sin- the lamps, mopped the kitchen, planned to Paris in 1866, and in December of

f t&5t fried with afew thin slices of bacon. saw a sweet potato that weighed 15} gle year, and even more than this number the breakfast, dinner and'supper, set that year it was restored with great

4 t#ot the liver and bacon very thin ; sea. pounds. They say they have raised is guessed at. It is highly profitable the table twice, washed: and wiped dishes ceremony to its place under the monu-

: sKwiwith; pepper and salt. This is a good some that weighed 20 pounds. At Santa under ordinary circumstances to keep twice answered the door-bell a count- ment of the cardinal in the presence of

.' .tmkfast dish.. Barbara I saw a pumpkin that weighed less number of times, in addition to the archbishop of Paris; Mons. Darboy,
hens which lay from 150; to 200 eggs
!" .f 14: ""r DzLiaous ''PUDDING. delicious J 2-281 pounds, four feet long, and six feet per annum, but quite the contrary, if the cook-stove, wash-tub and sewing the Duke of Richelieu, and a great

in circumference. machine. gathering of notables., ,Since that day.
'- 'pudding is made thus : sift two table- they produce only 60 to 80. The non-

bonfols of floor, and mix with the GENERAL ITEMS.-Sowing clover sitters are such as give the former ; but John Smith is tired at six o'clock at the emperor has died in exile, the arch-

\'n yolks-of six eggs add gradually with wheat in the spring, to be turned the sitters, when of a good breed, will night. Is Mrs. Smith less so ? But the bishop of Paris ,has.been shot and the .

"_pmt'of sweet cream a quarter of aproad under in the fall, will pay. One bushelof generally reach about two-thirds of th is table must be set again and cleared last of the name of ,Richelieu has died

'of citron cut in very thin slices, clover seed is enough to sow eight number. again, the dishes washed and wiped and without issue. .
:'sad two'tableapoonfuls of sugar; mix acres. Experience proves that the Tur- put away again. The children are to rAn

1'ti OUghly, pour into 'a buttered tin, ner is the best red raspberry, and the The Man Who Buys his wife's be undressed and' put to bed. The Irish Girl's Experience In

ft'and'hake twenty-five .minutes. Serve Gregg the most productive and profitable Things. ; clothes must be brought in from the Tooth-Pulling.

With vanilla sauce.YTEASTLY of the black caps. Both are indispens- yard, sprinkled and folded for the next .
I able. Now is the time to push trim- day's ironing. Bread must be mixed 'V eel,Bridget,"said Margery, "how
PREPARED DESSERT.-An The happiest homes those where did with the docthur ,
'' off are and set to rise for the you get along ? \
ming apple trees. When cutting the next day's break-
made of
prepared dessert is ta- the husband interferes at all in "Says I Ocb docthur dear
never it's me
'. ,
limbs, cut each one off far enough out fast that Mr. Smith may not miss his
.P icL.ltl! hardly seems appropriate to the household management, but turns tooth that aches entirely, and I hare a
f so as to leave the stump as long as the favorite item of the meal-hot biscuits. I
'call so dainty a dish a pudding. Soak a over to the wife the money for the I mind to have it drawn out, if it plaze
diameter of the limb whether it is a There are a few buttons to put on JohnJunior's
c ul of tapioca for an hour in cold house, and leaves the rest for her. I ye I" Says he to me: 'Och, murther, can
large or a small one. When working on jacket, a torn apron to mend
:!wter,then boil, adding warm water can appreciate the man who goes to ye ask'me that now?' Says I, ,Sure,
small fruits the old wood should now be for one of his sisters. The clock strikes
''enough to allow it to expand; when market if he does not go out for economyto have I slept day or night these three
cut out of the raspberry and blackberryrows ten before Mrs. Smith can think of
ienderj;sweeten' it, and take it from the get butter a cent or two less a days?' So thin the docthur tuk his

'fie i;add an"orange cut in small bits for and the canes tied with carpet pound, or cheaper cuts of beef-but be- rest.Meanwhile iron instrument in a hurry,with as little
yam to the wires. If stakes are used, Mr. Smith reads his paper,
;mioring. ... ;, serve with cream. cause he wants the best there is to be cansamment as Barney would sweep
twine for tying wool will lie required. goes into a neighbor's for a social call,
The following receipt for corning beef had. Men are more skillful, more generous the knives and forks from the table.
GREEX PEAP.( -To raise or down the street for a little walk.
-",.iBid by reliable authority to be good : in perfection requires good garden green land peas: marketers, than women. Theyare She is as much interested as he in the ',Be aisy, docthur says I, 'there's time

:'Xor100';: pounds of beef, take eightpounds free with money when delicacies are enough-you'll not be in such a hurry
She would be her
paper. as glad as
loam will them
a dry sandy bring ear-
offered they will have the first of the when time I'm
of salt, two quarts of molasses, ; your comes, thinking.
husband to hear about her
liest but in time of the qualityof neighbor'strip
season of everything cst what it 'Oh well the docthur 'an'
one-fourth pound of soda, the same of the such land will be may. and see the fine pictures he ,has says yer
Itpetre.. Heat until it needs skimming crop upon very And the market'people seldom try to brought home. Above all things she not ready now you may come to-mor-
inferior still earlim desirable
since as is -
;or nearly boils, skim, put upon meat hot it; te risk very small pull the wool over their eyes, as they would enjoy a walk with her husband, row.' 'Indade. docthur. I'll not stir

,f aai.let itremain. In the spring oracaid of, usually pays a sometimes do with women,and palm off and the chance to get a little fresh air; from this sate wid this oud! tooth alivein
piece early sandy
,t or make new brine say in soil and to peas upon better poor land, for upon them second rate articles at first- but while "man works from sun to sun, me jaw,' says I; 'clap on yer pinchers,

;'J1DIf.\. l'. :This" pickle makes beef tender the,later depend Peas upon perfectly rate prices. Men are not to be humbugged woman's work is never done;" and Mrs. and mind ye get hoult of the right one-

t. ''aadJMt right for,.drying. For hams crop. being when the stomach is in quest ior, Smith's is no exception to the rule. ye may aizly sec it by its aching and
be the land
hardy sown as soon as
Aonlden may But marketing is not a man's business. jumping'
put on cold. Let animal .
It is not
will work mellow sometimes this always washing nor yet
lot ; can The wife should control that "With that he dabs
; he Out of meat as she a razor-looking
in the Smith household
be done in March. The manure for ironing day , should everything which pertains to weapon into me mouth and cut up me
SHORT CAKE.-Spanish peas is usually spread along the furrow I but there is sweeping day, and baking
housekeeping. If however there is as if it but owld
gums, were naught
:F 'f eis! excellent for tea. Take from the cart, and covered lightly with I day, which count two more out of the
anything be said in favor of the man mate for breakfast. Says I, 'Docthur,
'i !I Iha1facupofb1ltteronecupofI the hoe before sowing the seed whichis seven. The baby tending, the cooking,
who does the marketing, it is impossibleto what are ye after V D' ye want,to makean
W r]: cup of sweet milk,a then covered with a rake or hoe about the bed-making and the dishwashing
find excuses for the man who does all anatomy of ;i ,living cruther?' .'Sit
) ittteitmnamon, two cups of flour, one : half an inch deep. The manure shouldbe belong to every day in the week, in '
the family shopping and his still he like
relegates janimii.g
I says something,
iwpoonful addition to whatever extra work the
of baking powder stir the it. The
fine it is possible to get
; as as !
wife to a position in the house which is a corkscrew into my jaw, and twistingthe
dOOrfa;d not knead it the but- of is also day brings with it.
? ; eggs called Champion England
pea nothing higher than that which mightbe very sowl out of me. I. sat still le-
'o bersbd tuiir should be beaten of late Mr. John Smith is industrious and
together I the champion America, as a pea an
occupied by an upper servant.-Preyrens. cause the murdering thafe held me down
'mil iffy light Bake in a shallow tin It-is the sweet- often a tired Mrs. John
; for the private garden. very man.
with his knee and the grip of his lion iu
*fon it is done' spread a thin frosting est and Lest of all; but it makes long Smith is an equally industrious woman.Is me lug. He then gave an awful pull,

wrJBwi top;make this of the white of vines,and does best when staked with Funeral Funrniture. she any less tired than her husband ? hard enough to wring a wet blanket as

- dry as gunpowder. the
wIoonfnl of cinnamon ; set it in the on a large scale profitably.-.Aetc England The following story would be almost certainly seems to think so. She
: day of judgment was come to,me? I
j incredible if 'the facts
uron had not been
certainly is not happy and she is break-
Farmer. ,
W ::5',"'" see the red fire of the pit 1
stated in evidei ce this week before the
tFancy flower to work the soil until ing down and growing old at an alarming -
pots for house Don't begin
: plants are Civil Tribunal of the Seine. Some "I felt me bead fly off my shoulders,
;)j }note! expensive than the plain there is some warmth in it.Don't rate of progress.Suppose .
and looking saw something in the
months ago )[. Aurille, an architect,
M fBat with a little Chinese ver- uncover the strawberries too ordered of a Paris upholsterer named Mr. Smith-by way of varietyas docthur's wrenching-iron. 'Is that my

t.? 6iitnand black paint the common soon. Let them be protected until we Distruit, a suit of bed-room furniturefor well as experiment-should help undress head you've got there?' says L 'No,

.ift can he made quite ornamental. have a bright sunny day. 2500; ( francs. lIe was delightedwith the children some night before he it's only yer tooth,' he made answer.

W the body.of. a pot with vermillion, The weeds found on our farms come his bargain, until one morning his turns his attention to the newspaper; Maybe: it is,' says I, as my eyes beganto
JWrtgeit. clear the table while she is
with or help
black. The effect is
from the seeds with open, and by putting me hard I
largely grass wife, while dressing, read on the backof up
.""kjnttier; than.that of the burnt doing it; or even wipe the dishes in
which weed seeds are mixed. The mi- the toilet table, "Kegrets eternals" found the outside, of my face on thoughI
:f{i lid you have fancy i U at a trifle croscope not only reveals to the eye the engraved in the marble. The effect order to give her time for half an hour'swalk felt as if all the inside had been v hauled
*** the with him out of doors ? In all.
jHtan cost of the common ware. worthless seeds of the grasses, ut by care produced on her mind by this discovery out. I had taken a dollar to pay for the
4despondent she will be too tired to
d of the British JtfcJi- ful use it detects the weed seeds. Bad led to further investigation of the furnf-: probability go, operation, bat I thought I'd just ax him
t.i' JtIInarIZJan. but the tired heart will be rested
+ 13, p. 99)) states that seeds are a source of great injury to the ture. The marble top of a chest of even the price ; so I says, 'Docthur, how
-fODDd if the feet are not and gladdened
the application of a strong should not be much besides the trouble ?'
farmer and the subject drawers was lifted, and on the under may you ax
chromic acid three or four through many days to come by the mere Fifty cents he. cents?*
neglected.Dr. side )[. and Mme. Aurille read : "Bon says Fifty

trU;,:.)*:the V"wans ofa camel's hair pencil, Sturtevant, director of the Xew pere, bon epoux." All speculationwas fact that and he desirable.Richelieu's considered. such a thing says I, 'sure, I've not been submittingthree

r : .butt efficient and easy method York agricultural experiment at Geneva, then at an end. M. Distruit had possible days to that tyrant tooth for fifty

oT ng warts. They become black says: "That broadcast fertilizing is a gene to a cemetery for his marble M cents. Troth, this same tooth-pulling .

t1,,, -, ,toaniall off,, better way for corn than hill fertilizing slal s. M. Aurille declared that he Skull. is not so very expensive, and I'm much :

'o't''''-''' I seems in accordance with my own obI would have no such sepulchral memorials The Curious Adventures that have obleeged to ye, docthur.' "

I ",,-J'" t I I sensations. I have known many farmers in his house and asked the tradesman Befallen the Great Cardinal's ..-

of wrote that "he was a to pass from hill manuring to 'to take back the furniture. The Remains.

..:.-... ;-of', mold family of musicians," broadcast manuring for corn, but I have latter having declined the architect Cardinal Richelieu, the king of the A philosopher says: |"Live your life

1'Q it appeared, in the paper it I never known a fanner to change his refused to pay the bill. The Court held king, as the people had nicknamed him, in such a way as to show a contempt for

""i&. berof an old family of practice from broadcast manuring, after I that the marble was not less marble was entombed 'in the fullness of his wealth." That's "us I" We want our'

ttitf 'r OneassertioL was just as 1 once having given it a fair tria because it had once been put to funera glory in the vaults of the Sorbonne daily life so intermingled with wealth,

*s.-..;.?.t1. iatbet. : the editor nearly J I The quality of milk is impaired by i I uses and ordered M. Aurille to pay the Church. One day, some sixteen years I* as it were that familiarity will breed

F'W1Io... \;. /.\: ; allowing cows to drink foul water and account. ago, the mayor of a little village InL contempt .

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.TheltvftnnahtWeellyNana needs no :a .... MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. LEGAL ,- y3
Introduttial from uL. For one-third of a :NOTICE OF FLl:1 L pR00F

ceutuiii'.bas"aaade4ita. l. ", ''egula- :r. 'weeklyappearance Lard Office at Gainesville ni ..- -:

.k at jthousa isfOi .;homes, in PAfiSONS'9iPIF CASH CASII CASH NOTICE is hereby jrivJj'thVS}-' .

'tT Florida--wi everwelcome visitor. It has wiHS-iiflnu'd settler has filed w& fu',

't kep pace i vithtbe.t 1 uiiementa ,of ad- : bi5ll1tl'ntion to make final proof fa "

vance4 JonnuilMm: ,and L''each succeeding port of his claim and tbnt !
be made before
NEW RIOH BLOOD A. A. Strttari.k
fyeaVhaa:vitneaaad jnarked improvements
; Titusrillc. Fla.. on :3Iondar:
: and today it.ranks with the best weeklies 'And wm completely ali: =e the blood In the entire system In three month Any peT- viz: Bcrrian _an. of Titus May: 2i ;i
on who wm take 1 Pffl each night from 1 Jo 13 wed may be restored to sound Homestead TlJ1e..t!
I 'published i in; v!ia'country... This mam.mbthttheetcoutaioe health,If neb a thing be possible. For curing Female Complaints these Pills have no. J.TTIIE Entry Xo.: SOOO for the,:lL''t

t _}patgesof.'readingx equal. Physicians DM them in their practice. Sold everywhere or sent by mall for 1-1ofSE14seetion3l.andNl-2ofS- : -. ot S W 14 J w-: '
25 cU.In stamps. Send for pamphlet. I.8.JOHNSON CO.. BOSTON MASS. CCtIOI1.
:; ,matter: comprising: all the news of the RS township 21 south, range 35 east, .
--J. 'week, telegraphic dispatches, State news, CROUP, ASTHMA BRONCHITIS. H QQYAty He names the folio in-* witntsae ':}'j"
... JOHNSON'S ANODYNE iXNTMKNTwmtnstanUoeou prove his continuous residence :(
agriarlttiral'iteme. originaleerials, etc. DIPHTHERIA ly relieve these terrible dueaaes,and will posiUvcly cultivation of said land, viz upon
{ :
core nine eases oat of ten. Infbrnutian that will save Mosesyeq.;
: In addition. ,to.a 5rstrdass amuderite many lire tent free by maO. Uon't delay a mocicu: STORE O'er. E. P. !he.l. I.. Watson, .. : +{
U tetter than euro. Itose
rrevemioa all of Titusville
:.5 price, the publisher offers to Fla. .'
etrb inbecri'ber of of ?? F'"
yearly copy any
uralglaInflnenxa,Sore tonics,Bleedinff at the tnuE ,Clironle Ilaaneneu,Hacking Coach.Whooping UMWO Kcgfcter United States Land
the published. novels' of the Morning I Ovoaic Kheamatum Ctronic Uarrbaa,Chronic Ujtenteir.Cholera llorbns,Sidney Troubles,Hseajc or the TITUSVILLE FLORID.. Office;.\
[ e_ 'Lame Back. Sold ererjirbere. Scud for pamphlet to I.S.JOHXSOI .t cu..Bonos,MAM.MAKE -'*"
:: News Library' .free.. Subscription two NOTICE. .,

dollars a year, in !ance. ,Address H. none aweH-knowntict and Cattta rowder sold mbar in of this the | Land Ollice, Gainesville,]Fla.
country U worthier*: out Sheridan' HENS LAY April 19, 18S3. }
t Estill, Savannah, Ga. Condition Powder ta ahnlntely pure andvry 'I o NOTICE hereby given that "the, fol.
ralnabU. Nothing on earth
}, MISCELLANEOUS.HOME wUl make ben lay. like Sheridan's Condition Powder. Dose one teafpoonfrl to each pint lowing : settler has filed notice, of
bold lent mail fort>> in 8.lullS &Cow ionox.3Liu. intention
txxl. everywhere or by eu. itamp L +ux his to make tinal proof la l

port of his claim, and that said proof wfl '
,. .SWEET HOME. be made before A. A. Stewart Clerked,; ,
ALTON, 'VI-1ANN & CO., TIle Oldot and Most Reliable Place of cuit court at Titusville Fla., on 9atardt .

June :!, 1883, 'izndrew J. Carter
t J It J @ LaGrange, Fla.. Homestead Entry '",or o.j !

1Home PLQW) BRANt )JISISESS: D.OS7 for the X A of S W 4 and lot to,i

.1 Jnme flwcet, nreet home. of section 32, township 20 south, tao '
'2 Coming ,H inie ,At Last. 35: east.
Tree and Manure. lie names, the following
Vegetable witnesses
John Howard Payne,author of the im- on Indian River, Dealing in prove his continuous residence to

mortal,.-Home, Sweet, Home,". was a culttvatiou of said land, viz: Wni.upon and

wanderer without a home who often had I PREPARED EXPRESSLY for the use of tho fruit and vegetable growers of A. J. Pace. Rufns Ilerndon and Richard Baley

not'a roof from..native over his head land, and and who friends.died Florida. It will produce heavy but sound and healthy growth on growing trees General Merchandise; Herndon, all of LaGrange, Fla. .

L faraway. and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit. ,*2 I.. A. BARGES, .
His remains have been, transported from .
:. IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables :i luxuriant growth and in the Register United States Land Otllc .
Tunis Oak Hill Cemetery,Washington
j D.C.,where to they.will rest until the last latter tends to give good size and quality aud early maturity.IT None but striilfif firsl-e1zss goods are SO TICE. ",

trumpet bids bun. rise to that Home. IS SPF.CLILLYJWCO JIiIE.1 DED FOR PINE-APPLES. Land Oflict at Gainesville. Yin.. i
'Sweet Home where homeless ones shall
.. May :n, 1883.X .
.- rest forever. .WALTON, WIIANN & CO., taught and 'uMt thw Stand.Rememlcr OTIC.: is hereby given that the follow

'McalMes Are Happy Homes. Wilmington Del. ill named settler has filed notice of his

Ye*. our homes can be made happier intention to make final proof in snppoH

and sweeter through the refining influences Atl Captain McLean of the tlonjt "Aync to briny you a vtcl of the of his claim and that said proof wijl' ,,be
made before
A. A.
of music. Put In the Piano or the -o- Clerk circuit
Organ,provide the latest Music, gather court at Titusville, Urevard county Fla.,
In the children and 'the neighbors and PLOW BRAND. on Saturday June 3o.: 1S&I, via: : John
make the old home ring with sweet and Houston, (one of the heirs of Samuel L. .

w I inspiring melody., JXO. ANDERSON, of Ormond. Agent for East and South Florida. A Dollar will buy exactly Houston Hd. Xo.5,924 deceased for the, of lots Eau 1.S.fiallie.& 11,Fla.Sec,

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

: Send to us,of course.No other House Ile names the following witnesses to
North or South can give you such bar COLLINS GO HARTFORD $1.00 worth.EstabUshCtJ IH'Ohis continuous residence upon ana '

gains. We lead all.' Ten Grand Makers cultivation of said land, \"izJ:. C.Creech"A. .
and over 300 styles to select from. Lowest I'. McMillan. J. O. Simmons, and J. .'
Rock Bottom Prices. Easiest term Established; 1326.MANUFACTURERS In 1S- 3. T. Snell. of Eau Gallic. Fla. .-

for payment.Maker's names on all instru 3v.j r.. A. BAKXKS Register. .
ments..No stencU or cheap, Instrumentssold. -

> Only house in ..America selling Pianos Address orders to NOTICE. ?w
: and Organs on the one price plan. U. S. Laud Office at Gainesville.Fla.\ ..

i Uniform pl1ccs to all.Purchasers supplied ......... '.., .1pri123; 1883./ .
direct.' Every man his own Agent. '' ; :i '
; ;- rr4'i COMPLAINT having been entered at :
PIANOS-$200,.$225. 8250. ,8300. ,',1....,'" The Headquarters Store, this office by Frank Forster against John '

.ORGANS-922,,$30, '$50, $75, 8100. .... ...., Ellcrberger for abandoning his HomeUrevard -
II, stead entry Xo. 518; .datt'li april :C1S77. ,
; Sent on 15 days'test trial. money -
!,. Titiwville Fla.]
required until satisfaction is, given. Sis ,4.' tlpen the Jots 3. C. 5, and :. t'Ctiol1'i,
::1 mouths exchange privilege. Six years -'J.. ;. Township :n south U\IIf' 34J East IQ
x uarantee.'Erery inducement that can county, }Florida with a view to
; honestly be extended; send for latest illustrated The Florida: State (gazetteer the cancellation of said entry: the said

Catalogues special offers. Price and parties are hereby summoned to appearat
1. lists and full information.'We suit you this Office ou the 14th day ot June 1883,

and we will(we get half a chance.SMALLMUSICAL OF BUSINESS DIRECTORY, at 3 o'clock p. m., to respond and furnish

... testimony concerning said alleged .aban
ConGfininghepalner, Itwne lml address donment.
Violins Martin Guitars, Accordeons Axes Hatchets Picks -of the- .. .\. nmxIlrlser.. '
1 \ ; .lonx F
\ > IOJ.LL\3.1l'Cl'iver"
; Ilichter Harmonicas; Concertinas, Flutes ,

; Fifes, Clarionets, Drums. Dobson banjos. AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY Mcrciiant, Professional & Rusine men, NOTICE. .;
Immense stock.
,, Direct Importation. Lowest prices. ; send TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also and the principal farmers and landowners U. S. Land Ollice, Gainesville. Fla. \ ,
for Retail Catalogues' orange groves and plantations May IS, 1S53.1

.. -FAGANINIITALJAHSTBL1 GS FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWSOf together with aSlclchofAH Complaint hiving been entered at this .
Handsomest and best in the wide world. Ollice by W. C. liunnell against V. P. ,
Our special brand, sold for ten years past all sizes and price3 from $j to $Ja. Also, Plowing machines. Ciile, Tvvni mill 17/laJt'S, Tyler for abandoning his homestead en-' '

Used by the best violinists. Pnce 25 cts Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues Ac., And how to reach them and other valuable try number C.C75.; dated June 15. ISiS, r
each. 85 eta per set for Violin, $1 25 for by writing to the makers, Infonnation. upon the lot Xo. 7, t'etionJ1111 lots i
Guitar. __ :Xo 2 and Section 26. Township 2S, .
COLLINS & CO. 212 St. New York.PARSONS' This important work will be issued just .
SHEET MUSIC.. Immense stock. Everything Range 33 E, in Urevard count, Florida..:
published. Everything published. as soon a: the labor of collectingand with a view to the cancellation of said r

Over 300,000 pieces on our shelves. Pnce PURGATIVE compiling the facts can lie juoomplUhctl. entry: the said parties are hereby suui-t ,

reduced. Music Books in endless variety. Tn the bu>iuc!;+ community nioned to appear at this Cilice on the 26th
Thousands of music teachers supplied. ILLS day of June. 10 clock a. m, to
this will lie the must valuable hook
Catalogues free. o0I rpomlml furnish testimony: concerning '
.BAND INSTR UMENTS. Brass and Sil- that has yet been imblilatl about said alleged abandonment.L. .
I .\. na1: 1-:; Register.
: ,
German French and American..Rotary ,,'
ver, ,
LL Florida. Price, $T. to be sold suk-crip-
EAcnl11011''YSOAOE'ber..tot.dtos.mmlbealth.ifinere.thtukpouh .. 5 4\v Jonx F. ROLLINS. Receiver.
Valves,Light Piston,Genuine Cour- For ,.. ..1. .. .... .. ,.,
eery B CompUuu then Pills have ao **) Phjueiwn them in"rutl. f! ld "J'"bar. tion.Ratajttr .
tols. Bands supplied with fuU'sets.. All rMBtbrmaUforttMaUiBiUmr*. Had for p mi>hl.t. L 0.JOHNSON&CXXBo ton.JU... NOTICE. '
meet send for catalogues. ,,,,
competition ; "
Adrerthiay: U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, FIo.1

HOME Home SWEET Magazine HOME., Monthly.Our new 50 cents popular SPORTSMEN'S' EMPORIUM DEMERCHANTS'BARY IPage with l* k$;;().J Page with hOok $30lY'Agentswanted May 23.1SS3./ '' ]""

Complaint having been entered at this *;
illustrated. Cheapest magazine
per ;
In existence; specimen copy free. Premium R. C. SCRIMGEOUR, LINE in every county, to Ollice hJ' Deborah B. Cleveland against ,

.Album containing over $4.00 worthof DOUBLE DAILY.Carrying whom liberal terms wit! 1* offered/fDa Trueman Vanderlip. for abandoning hU
music given each subscriber. Taxidermist and MnraM Homestead Entry Xo. 5,1SG. dated April
Every Musical Want Supplied at the ... s. Mall. GUSHING & APPLEYARD, Pubs., 2G. 18.7. upon the lots 3.4.5and6, *
Binds animals mounted with tome respect Section 30 E .
Township 31 S,Range ,
Men & Bates'. UiemJiisic Honse, Everything for appertaining Anatomy. to Elegant Side-wheel Steamers. P. O. Itox 10-J:'?.] Jacksonville, Fla. in Brevard county, }'Jo1'idwith a view
REGULAR MAIL. to the cancellation of said entry: the
and fishing to be found at my establish said
parties are hereby summoned to appear -
TJie Great Wholesale Piano& Organ Depot ment and at reasonable rates. (EO.M.BIRD, Capt.G.J.Mcrck-r. .Valuable [Property at this Otlice on the 12th day of July \

of the South.ONLY Also dealer in the Celebrated Lion II.II.PLANT Capt.J.W, Fitzgerald.AMTA Fur Sale 18S3 at 10 o'clock a. m. to respond and

brand of Asbestos! paint in all colors) ,Capt.C.1L Urock. furnish testimony concerning said alleged -
S2O. ready for use. The best and cheapest One of tho aliove-namctl ftenmcrs will leave Thirty acres of land in the City Point abandonment. '

paint ever introduced for House or Boat Do Kary wharf foot of Laura street,dally ex.eept Hammock. Splendid new galvanizedWire L.A. BaRNES, Register. ,,' ?

use. Oil stoves in great variety, suitablefor FORD!Minihiy.at3 KNtElU'IUsE p-iu.and for PALATKA.all Intermediate.tx. Fence around twelve acres. Five :> 4t JOHN F. ROLLINS. Receiver.NOTICE. .
family or boat use. laniling ,
Hundred)'oung1111 healthy Orange tree :
I Forty bearing trees. Beautiful River Six months after
DE BART,Capt.Leo. Yogt'l."EL.I I date I will present to '1
Pratt's Celebrated Aslral! Oil always in \\ Captain J.S.Mattheson.Ono Front. Six acres as fine cane and banana his Honor J. McCrory, Judge of the .'.
land there is in county court of Brevard county, Fla. my
as the
of tho above-named steamers will Adjoining final
accounts and administrator -
STOCK.Triple leave Denary wharf foot of Laura street, the land of the Hon. "'m. H. as .
[ daily except! 4 30 p. ru.. and from Sharpe.. of the Estate of Sam ueliloore late .
plated "Table" ware from the I S, }.and \\. Railway wharf at 5 all m. for Here is a good opportunity for any one of said county deceased and ask for final ,
I'alatka Sanford,Eiiteri>riso and
House of Holmes, Booth Harden. diate landings. desiring to make a gold investment, as discharge PuiXKas as D.such Administrator. t

Lanterns,Razors, Combs, Nick Nacks Connects at I'alatka with Florida Southern the place must be sx>ld. Titles perfect. March 29,1SS3.WESSON, Administrator.4S.C11l.f
in endless variety. lUllroad for Ualnesville and Ocalo. (
Connects at Astor with:o>Johns and Lake Parties intending to purchase can make

Cigar,Tobacco Pipes Ku.-tls lUilroatl for Fort Mason, Vnlaha. Lees. enquiries of Dr. G. W. Holmes or Hon.
l urand all points on the Upper Oclawaha. PISO S CURE FORCONSUMPTION.
and all smokers' articles. Connects at Volasla with coaches for Or. W. H. Sharpe. For terms and furtberparticua CIIES Willi ALL USI ,Alit.13eaCooghtsyn .
mond and Daytona. address A. P. T.eteagood"
When you cannot find Connects Sanford with South Florida l&U- Pcrham Quit- IIee in Ume. 8014 by drulKIllt8.

what you want in the other stores in Ti- road for Lon 'WIaltlantl.. Apopka City, man Ga. or 1:. C. Perham City Point Fla. .
Altcmontc. Orlando Kissimmee. and with
tusville just give n. C. S. a call and you steamers for lake Jessup Salt Lake and Rock' or confer with Captain letcr"right of .,
will be sure to get suited. ledge and Indian River. the fast r
sailing sloop "Mist" who will "THE BE$T IS CHEAPEST." -
'PmLAbELPIIIASINGER Connects at Enterprise with coaches for
Daytona and New Smyrna and Titusville. carry parties to see the property. BGHZS THRESHERS S.ll.JILJ.I
MACHINEEQUAL C. J. HECTOR ieturdngMail steamers leave Enterprise Hon Poien (loterlhfeltReittdtoaaseouoms.
every morning at 7 and Sanford at 7 30 a. m., ( '
TOY SIKGER IK THE MARKET. and. u a.m., making close connections with FOR SALE ml FxioB to n Aal tnuta) wrltaforra6Emoapapbi&T jlor Cu.Jbu.... t.OIIIGio,
The above cut represents the most pop- S, F.lUltl VT. Railway for all points North A flat-bottomed -
Hardware and East and West.j boat, sloop-rigged.
ular style for the people which we offer NO PATENT NO PAY.j"
for the low price of $20. Remember 5-Through bills of lading given to all points. Twenty-three feet long, with a comfortable ,
you very The steamers of this line are all first class Obtained for Mechanical devices -
,we do not ask you to pay until In every respect. cabin, and new sails. Good breadthof PATENTS Compounds DesIgns. ,
you have seen the machine..After having For further information apply at General beam insuring good carrying and Labels. All preliminary examinationsas -'
General Produce capacity to
examined it If it Is not all we represent. I Ticket Omce,corner Bay and Laura. Streets. Boat is onlde patentability for of'inventions free. tree Our it
\V.& perfectly tight and sails well.- obtaining: Patent1 is sent
return It to as at our expense. Consult WATSOS.Manager. everywhere. Address- LOL'18ftGGER&CO. '
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for circulars and testimonials. MERCHANT, work anywhere. For further particulars I
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,!\ f.rfi=...::l'J.. j. and have borne' ,or have not borne fruit: : ,1JE't'hu ..i t J Ih; Earl of Stra1ror,- eheadlQ"16l1. King
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= J4!1DIIi8..tRU.: ) toTtc_ {-drearfue;, hind hisltingdom
John of England i l reigned
r"lntsresting.Everdts. is
now.residing In this:county,
' one dal J (J. "ith'wood ..ashes,, superphosphate: or ,6. > I to the Pope's legate atlDover, 1213; bout five miles West of her, a hero of
; Txarnyard. ,manure, composted or not Tamarlane.died ofNRl101t1m'
"! lay- ; Marriage Jamestown colonized, 1C07. Henry IV the famous "Charge 0('. the Light
':\-: 'w given composted Pile'up:the limbs as soon! I to Maria Louisa, 1810( ; of France assassinated 1610 Lewis i ; !
tijey.JfD. ; ; Brigade at the battler of, Balaklava,
". '... 9ft1."......... as they are;chop them. up short VIctcrr'oL'Pulespover'Russ'ans] ) ; ;1831 ; j K the rQIe.! t|and leave on the Aground or to Prince Bismarck born 1815. Charlemagne -
remove -
: iIperec of
! ; .. Queen Scots married
r to Bothwell, j\: coal miner by occupation ia fifty-six
'. object om. I i piles seas from'uie'trees where, they b"111,742 .Florida rediscoveredby i
l where all we fan,; i, ; 1567 ; Cuvier, died, 1832 ; Daniel years old.. At the time of the Crimean.
de thou giv't me'I..l .I.It may be burned t POUt'e. de Leon, 1512; ; Thomas
- ., .... O'Connoll, died; 1847. Rueckert, Ger- war in 1854 .he was only twentyeightyears
; + : tbee.; t : I ;* Pear trees need Jefferson born 1743 -Nelson's' t. :
9"U' : but very tittle trintairigt > ; victory
I man poet born 1788 Vendome
glow, columnin
WIth of
; old.and'was
', W &be IP i ,a member, .. trotp-
except dwarfs; wr Iclf the general over the Danes off Copenhagen 1801 ""
beato.'J" ;
x '{ destroyed1871. Catharine I B. No. 1004 of the British lighthdra
= -
"bturn ,. .
: rilen thougbt.i farmer should seldom attempt to raise.. Professor S. F. Moise died, 1872. Our | >
: there that Bolder had Dot 1 of Russia, born, 1727; John Jay, died, goons.1, He came to this country,i 1871
r-= ; ,, ftI Start'the-limbs low and let, th. .Sa'' our crucified,33"Washington.Irving; '
the rose very ; i 1820. :
Napoleon declared
Emperor this
n }, .appnent-Oer I I and'has resided in ,country about
.at( the to fe1 simplest throws. .d,, trees go to grass, after tiey! have bje Lorn, '1783 ; Bishop'lleber died: : 1820 ; I the French under the title of ",Napoleon en years. He is quite'an'intelligentman f ;
.jfJiaW.iJU1&ture I cultivated, not late than: 1 for ]Fall of Richmond 18 I.. Oliver Goldsmith "
Aug. .
exceed. 1 1804. Anne ''
.there a Sowef tba\rule ._t I Boleyn, beheaded, and loves to coz verse on the inci
'ft'M three or four years*'Plum trees need ]'i died,1774. Uesurrt'CttonofourSa\- 1536 ; Boswell died, 1795; "Dal k dents of, h army'life*especially'that .
," about the same soil and cultivation iour 33 Plato died 347 B. C. John
)tanagementG( r ., as ; ; day" in New England, 1780. Amerigo part connected with' 'the war of the :
. k. ; peachtrees, and not much trimming.To .- Stow, antiquarian, died, 1005 ; British }
, snow drifts..dwindle.. ,away, i Vespucius, sailed from Cadiz on his Crimea. "
f Ai
: farmer save the plums, remember what has mu eum founded, 1753 ; Canada discovered of '
; :'iai dries off, the voyage discovery, 1497 ; Cristopher Mr. Hamilton gives"some' important
orchard and often been written about jarring the 1499 ;. Robert Ilaikes,, founderof Columbus died 1500 Albrecht Dure' .
a'rilrbn through his ,, ; acts connected with the chargee 'tIn
..... gees to kill curculio.. It is Sunday Schools died 18li.: Richard
.a sure ,
born 1473 North Carolina
ke for a ; seceded!
i! tD. pIaDs, ? the attack on Balaklava by the Russians,
. .
the thing and when economically done it I.of England (Caeurde Lion) died 1199. "
x 't' 4j To decide just what is. best 1861. Battle of Camilla,which Hannibal October 25-;they stormed four Turkish '
>c ; only costs about --six to sera: cents per Albrecht Durer,German engraver;died, defeated the Romans ( '
j' circumstances 216 B. C.
do depends,on I redoubts and' captured elevens!! gUn; "
__aft ieci'IieS'a1r the'judgment of tree for the entire,'season. There is, 152S;Battle of Pittsburg Landing,1862; Battle of'the Granicus "y' Alexanderthe after which they halted,:and:their.col .:.

r 1hoiticu1turist. Very likely probably, no better way than the old Washington chosen first President of Great, 334 B. C. Island of .Formosa !
m" ; umn was driven;back by the:British s : ,
jarring process.. Cherry trees.need but the United States 1789. Lalande
3t' Baas not tnmm overwhelmed by a hurricane '
orchard been Highlanders. At that junction(Lord ,r
1Y'.te. ., Th tops arelimbslire> thick,' little trimming and cultivating. about French astronomer, died. 1807 ; Revolution -j 1782 ; Beginning of trial of .Aaron Raglan, the British commander,..issued I
the same as for plums.Sanitary: in Brazil 1831 Kaulbach German
1'1iii_, the J w r, dead ; I Burr, for treason, 1807 ; Richard Wag' an order for this Light Brigade to regain ,
; K...tUQg; the fruit small and of in- painter, died, 1874. Petrarch crowned I ner, musician, born, 1813. Battle of the four redoubts which had been abandoned
' with laurel in Rome 1341 I
: ;: 1ity. Instead of.using an axe ; Bay Ramillies, a great victory of Marlborough by the Turks early hi the action., .

:: f ;.dif: s"tiDd reniovuig a'quarter ort TREATMENT OF TYPIIOID FEVER Company established, 1692 ; Adalina 170G ; Paris burnt, 1871. Queen In conveying this order to the;Earl ,ot :

: t f..'oBhe large, lower limbs, thin out in an editorial on the recent epidemicof died Patti 1492 born,Lord 1843. Lorenzo de :Medici Victoria, born, 1819; Copernicus, died, Cardigan Captain N'0Iau.1who carried .

;& of.smaller limbs all over the; typhoid* fever in Paris, the 3/cdicaZ ; acondied,162G. Prince 1543. William Paley, theologian,died, the message,'made a mistake and'gave: .

;, iitik1 of the tree. Avoid cutting any 'Kecord, January Ctb, 1883, says that Eugene great General, died, 173G ; 1805 ; Ralph Waldo Emerson, born, orders for the Light Brigade' to cut ..its "
General Horatio Gates died ISO;. Battleof
''.oipi&L luck,in ,diameter., This the conclusion to be drawn from the 1803. John Calvin, reformer, died, way through the.whole,Russian army. !
t ';tito'aiOTger'tiine' to: 'each tree,but Paris epidemic,as regards the therapeutics Ravenna (Gaston de Foix slain),1512 ; 18G4. Dante, Italian poet, born, 12G5. Mr. Hamilton avers that when" the order- -4 I

dpsiieBce! shows that it is best for the of typhoid fever, is that the disease I William and Mary crowned sovereigns Agassiz ''born, 1807 ; Sir Humphrey was given he,.with iLany,others ..was io
r'l ti.Wnglife' and productiveness! must be watched, not actively treated. England, 1GS9 ; First abdication of Davy, died, 1829; Earl Russell (Lord amazed that he scarcely..knew; what he 1

' '(.be i ML The more you cut out of then We believe that the sooner this view is Napoleon, 1814. Edward Young, poet, John), died, 1878. Constantinople cap- was about, and without even time .for/ '

>top;the.min L.ntmerous and vigorous I taken, and typhoid fever is looked uponas died, 1705 ; Henry Clay born, 1777; tared by Mohammed II, emperor'of the second sober thought the whole ,cptumn. .}

iin e'u a young sprouts in the centre I a disease( like small' pox or scarlet Charles Burney (History of Music) died, Turks, 1543 ; General Putnam, died, was hurled into the teriblejarnae so .

et the tree.*: In the hurry of summer's I fever, whose course the physician can- 1814. "Earl of Warwick, the "King i I 1790 ; Restoration of Charles II, 1CCO ; graphically described ,by TennyspnV/

/rat tti9. *average farmer'is not likely I, not greatly modify, but whose dangerwe Maker, slain in the battle of Bainet Wisconsin admitted as State, 1848; this charge :Mr. 'Hamilton wais, shot, : !

toiab out or cut off these sprouts. In can, in part, avert, the better it will 1471 ; Handel, musician, died, 1759. General WinOeld Scott died, 1866. through'the side and had his.arm'sbattered : ':

:on serere'climate where the sun's raysJialet be for our science and our credit. George Calvert (Baron Baltimore), Joan of Arc burnt, 1431 ; Rubens, I. and broken near the elboW) ,;while .

Into the top, the bark on the THE CURE OF founder of Maryland, died, 1632. Battle painter died, 1640 ; Alexander Pope, the horse he rode was sh9t' through the

"bift >alit"ir. likely to die. A little BETES.-In a'paper SACCHARINE'1U-1. of.Culloden, 1740 ; Buffon, naturalist, poet, died, 1744 ; Voltaire .died, 1778 ; neck, and'dropped dead ;after 'bearing:

"ibftjeii preferable.; A.little trimming read before the Academy of Sciences I! died, 1788 ; Fusels, painter, died, 1825 ; Motley, historian, dit'd. 1877. Anne his rider safely from the dreadful field of' '
.CTHJ jest I'far'bet, than' a' heavy August 14, says the Journal d' Hygiene, : German min Franklin Empire died formed' 1790., 1871.The infamous Benja Boleyn crowned queen of England' carnage. Mr Hamilton'8 Ted.J in''th&

,, I tnaBi3aj'once', In two or four. .years.. the author claims to have discovered a Jeffries, died 1689 First 1533; Frederick William I, of Prussia, British army fifteen years,'and to-day he-' J'
: iTibe. l I4.ia. scraped off the old ,remedy for a disease usually regardedas in America, ; 1704 died, 1740. bears the scant received in tbatl famous :
= newspaper published
; .
.'ton bQcarefiilnot to dIg too deeplysoddirtnib charge of the'LihtiBrigade11, ''.* it
diabetes. The Baron Liebig; German chemist; died o ...". ...; 11'.". .. ,it.
the which is alive. CuIII .. --" -
ngs. ,1
author states that he has succeeded Inputting 1873. Origin of the term "Protestant" ;

(11ofrrthehealthofthe tree is ,conOSMd an end to glycosuria artificially 1529. A few of the Electors and Princesof The man who waxes-- strong everj \ ay A Crary' ..!.fattier. :..j .'..1.,1 Z.
--" ,no,doubt. the. rough bark does produced in animals, and that the Germany, joined by 'the inhabitantsof -the shoemaker.It .- .
rae'good andno harm except to har- medicine that 'suppresses the artificial "Protestation" ,Charlotte was a beautiful gfrJ\ ,! with r
Strasburg published
a is no earthly use for a pickpocketto
glycosuria will likewise cure diabetes in luxuriant golden hair. The rector 'of'
be-warm against a decree of the Diet; from plead that he did it in a' fit of ab
the o'f :
: .a few weeks or months. There exists, which they were called "Protestants." straction. parish'and an officer the-BriUsh \

:M, with soft.soap A ... .as." thick,as,it, can says he, a bond of union between artifi- From April 19 to May .14, massacre of army were dining:at Edgeworthstown t- '
:...ielliaei. cial glycosuria, intermittent diabetes ,The Shah of :Persia believes ,in a House. After dinner the ladies repairedto
2500 whites in St. Domingo 1804
Jlilthe ;
-1L: : ( '
; .rains..are severe, a, repetition and ,confirmed diabetes, and that bond. Lord Byron died, 1824 ; Dr. Benjamin government. He has four hun- the library, and after wine thegentle'

1riD.1Ien1aab1e.- Look out several dif- is irritation of the rachidian bulb. It Rush died, 1745 ; Battle of Lexington, dred horses. men followed. As .they" entered the'.t

,ftnat. times during the'growing season is not then,in masking the disease by 1775. Cromwell dissolved Parliament, "There goes one of. our first settlers," door of 'the library the officer'exclaimed, !

tefewoi it the 8u face of the ground '' submission to the severities of a regime 1653 ; Londonderry invested by James as the cook said when she dropped an "How beautiful !'! :.Mr- ''Edgeworth<< '

:and|.fl slongtbe t{trunk'and large limbs exempt from bread, feculents, sugar, II, 1089Dr.. Abernethy died, 1831 ; egg in the coffee pot. said, haughtily and quickly, ''What do .

Jt uy\ao {of them are found or any etc., that we' succeed' in curing it, but Napoleon III born, 1808. Alexanderthe The young man looking for five dollars you admire, sir ?", .He replied,.'! Youri 1 :

r_aid'isrklis"seen; cut. away with the by tapping the very source of the production Great died, 3B., C.;AbeIard died. wants to be let a loan. After he daughter's magnificent. hair." Charlotte

4 : ';.",Jig put the worms or punch of.sugar,that is to say, by sup- 1142 ; Lord Beaconsfield died, 1881 ; gets it he wants to be let alone and not was standing' a becoming"' attitude ;.. :

} ,tMmtoath.... :; ,As"ythe blossoms are pressing the irritation of the bulb. Bromide Cromwell proclaimed Protector 1653 dunned for it. before the bright grate, -with her arms

,tit falling, place some bare of potassium, by the elective action Missouri admitted as a State, 1821 Yes," said the landlord, pointingto resting upon the 'mantelPiece., ,Mr. ....'.

!, 'In .wagon in which is.. of sedation that it exerts on the Henry VII of England, died, 1509 his block of new houses, they'reall Edgeworth, walked :acroe edt th roonv J

London. purple or Fans' functions of the bulb,, suppresses the Royal Society of London founded,1653 full, 'cept the one at the end ; that's. to the bookshelves: opened ,a drawer, :
; .f ']lens)",.the iimeaa for potato beetles-a effects of such irritation with a rapidity Immanuel Kant,German metaphysician last, but not leased." held her head back':, and> cut,!,bee. hair !

,altti'bleapoonfui: to a pail of water.i that is often surprising, and, in large born, 1724; Wordsworth died, 1850. Prejudices get into the mind as easi- close to the head. As the golden ring-

: ? : or large syringe i and repeated doses, cures the diabetes. William Shakespeare died, 1010; ; Cer- ly as rats and mice get into traps; and lets fell Into the drawer' this extraordinary

' '-".,;;iothetrees; all over. Repeat the TYPHOID FEVER AND MALARIAL vantes, Spanish novelist, died, 1616. once in the mind, like rats and mice in father said, "Charlotte. ,; whatdoyou ; '

'e;f rpYtionafer, ,very hard rain or wind, WAVES AND THEIR RELATION. a Mary, Queen of S"cts, married to the traps, they seldom get out. say ?"- "Thank) -you,, :ifather.'!.

HAsfstwi). or."three times, being sure recent monthly report, the Secretary of D.iuphin, afterwards Francis II of OHO of the most notable country seatsis Turning to his guests, he remarked,."I' ,
ilea the apples are not to mentioned, by Lady Dufferin in her will not allow a daughter of mine to t>
large enough the State Board of Health of Connecticut France, 1558. Tasso, poet, died, 1595; S
'.,,,Ire ;down with cavities' about the gives statistics showing an increase Oliver Cromwell born, 1599 ; Cowper : ballad commencing "I'm sitting on the vain." : '

d rt... e poison is-to kill the:young in typhoid fever, and comments upon died, 1800. Ferdinand Magellan, navigator stile, Mary I" t .
,Ihtaca. its relation to malaria as follows: killed 1521 ; Uhland, German We often bear the expression that the De_ _Latter.' i'* "I. .

.iMttie apples are veryj thick,on any ofbynemeans "This return of typhoid fever to poet, born, 1787. Sir William Jones, fire has gone out." And it is said that "A good printer follows ,copy, If ,it t.

-ifctnts prop them up,but prominence and its steady increase in orientalist, died, 1794 ;U:S. Giant born, in some of our largest places you can goes out of the window.. A'sea captian '

1IDaDY of the smallest specimens frequency for the last three years, is 1822 ; Queen Victoria made Empress of actually see the fire escape. obeys orders, if it ,breaks the :Fowners., '.

': $ so tedious a process apparently a part of an extensive and India,1876. James:Monroe,expresidentof A Western colporteur was once con- Mrs. Cobb's cook"aleo.'possesses thii

...te. puitiemany imagine till*they comprehensive movement. As the epi- the United States, born, 175";Ludwig versing with an Illinois man on his religious trait, and it will make her ;:a' valuable t

"babe experiment ;'and it pays, by seRamJeUer demic of malaria was ushered in by a Tieck, German poet, died, 1853. Rufus duties. Said he : "Do you attend servant when she leams to read. The

fruit and husbanding the decrease, and in places almost, if not King, American orator, died, 1827. church regularly ?" Oh, no ; I Elmira (N. Y.) Telegram reports as'.follows "
." .....:9t48e tree for, future crops.ILAtytrop quite, a total disappearance of typhoid Lucan, Roman poet, died,Chevalier never go to church, but I allers make it : Mrs. Cobb's colored cook grad
)J: ; ; generally weakens this return of typhoid fever to its Bayard buried, 1524 ; Edict of Nantes a p'int to attend all the funerals. They uated at a female seminary. She can "

'. vi.treehe apples i .are;email during former importance and relative frequency approved by Henry IV of Fntnae,1598 I be jest as"solemn and thar isn't no ker- read, and gives much .'of her 'time to

...- P,IUd for years afterwards. The is an intimation of the decrease Battle of Fontenoy 1745 ; Washington lections. I. perusing the cook book. A'ff;.". mornings .:'., -

: .I checked in growth and comes to I and disappearance of malaria. The inaugurated President of the United i Happy Hours. ago, the cook,'(whose name",._ja ;

..rl---death,. tendency toward typhoid fever com- States, 1789. Union of England and 1--- Mandy, was told to make Dome'cake.. "j

i- ...fI'I1I4 far the top,now'for the root menced several years ago, and has Scotland, 1707 ; Dryden the poet, died An accurate observer sass : :Mankindare A short time afterwards she ap Ithed '. } ,

t1Ja? Very likely the trees. steadily grown stronger each year, as 1700 ; English slave trade abolished, always happier for having been in the parlor with7 the coot book f 1.;:her' :J

r ... "dull welt for. some TearS and shown by the increased prevalence, 1807.\ Leonardo da Vinci,painter, died, happy ; so that if you make them happynow bands, arid said,_"I wants yer fcer send 1 ..
!- i.-
; .fia.-- "-t If the.soil. and cultiva- severity, and the increase each year of 1729 ; Battle of Chancellorsville, 1803. years hence from the memory of it. A to put on de' cake." "Som I what?'*

'.. 1L ,,, and the trees are---i of suita- deaths from this cause. As the decrease Isle of Jamaica discovered, 1494. Bat childhood passed with a mixture of rational "Some latter." uLa rt': :.ttYes, \?

!. h i,1rmPiodu: a> -f in the frequency of typhoid precededthe tle of Tewksbury, 1481. Napoleon the indulgence, under fond and wise latter. l'se done tole yer,kfour.. .. .me8.n "

4 whether theiare trimgoodrmtrlmmgd malarial wave, so its increase pre- great, died, 1821 ; Battle of Prague, parents, diffuses over the whole life a In the name'of common sense. what '

:. .;..fu t.,:T-:)o&!.. ., Many tree' .* ,are cedes the entire disappearance of mala- 1757 ; Baron Ilumboldt, died, 1859 ; feeling of calm pleasure; and in extremeold is latter?" "I dunno what,, I f ,
[g...w,. ffl t.: pichJLB.. too black and ria, or at least gives us some ground for Salmon P. Chase died, 1873 ; Pacific ace is the very last remembrancewhich didn't write dis heals book. 'it reads_ data j

.. S* ****118 far better for a hope that such a disappearance will Railroad completed, 1879. Juan of Arc, time can erase from tLt mind of cupful obde. latter should be put on '
; '
.' MN4iradow! than for trees., ,A I take place. This disappearance of epidemics heading the French forces, compelled man. No enjoyment, however inconsiderable I I de cake to make hit good." +Mrs. Cobb ;"fj

r ,4"" f ft?tllthesoap andscrub55JM : : of malarial fever OH a large the English to raise the siege ofOrlt'anR. ,is confined to the present mo- jerked the book out of the cook's hand, .

.' ?* vh theca wilt avail little.;. scale ha often been followed by an unusual 1429; Robert Morris, died, 1808 ; ment. A man 'is ,the happier,for life and at the place indicated, read"MIS. : j

'a; t. litelynow toe tate to i make'drainage ',, prevalence of typhoid fever or anextensive Napoleon landed at Elba, 1814 ; Formation for having once made an agreeable tour up the'dough with; a;.cnPof, water,:or ot'' .* 1

:_ 4.e.II t.T (JJ.. ''ti v. if they ever I I eDid mic. The epidemics of of the American Bible Society, or lived any length of time,with pleas- swVc-t milk,.but.the latter Is.'lb ,.beet" .

'i4't i:Sil-1*,cconnt-and many I malarial fever of'1807 and 1824, which 1816; Battle of Palo Alto, 3fexico,1P46. ant people, or ,lived any -considerable ( _".-. n -.U.. .;( ,., :.1<<, ;I,

?; ;i"."..'"! ...,4:....rye "-" herelitt1e; sus- I are stated to -have extended over all Schiller' German poet. 'died;, 1805.: .nterval of, innocent pleasure, which y ? f i
; r, & l may Ix leftal: Europe, 'were followed by typhoid Louis XV., of France'died: 1774 ; Second contributes to render, old men so ,inattentive An Indianapolis;:n ,broke':tiro,ribs i J Ji

1 1.:<< _'.t..... '" un, ,j the' yopag orchard. fever.r The writer, thinks that the Continental Congress,' 1775.;'.Tl- to the scenes before them, and I i what; ) iiiakintf a. boss'Koyr" on 1 a lung- } !

'.. 'wi:,. = .*.... .,. 'Jtl1naJ"ed. plateau I of spread ofmaharalfevers:: : over Connecticut 'conderoga captured l>y' Ethan Allen, carries them back,to a :world that Is | testerthe other day. What:T blessing It.
;"/.,;"'\ ''-"' Meat"" fwd, ., i comes into)bearing' V.chuaetta'and Rhode Island 1775 ;'' "Stonewall" Jackson died passed,and to scenes which are never: to j' for' Indiana:that he'never,took to'oratory. '
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l'Da-the pld trees into firewood. has ceased. 1863. Earl of Chatham, died, 1778 ; be renewed again.-Dickens. I .

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=L-'"'i";; '... 4i...; .- .:(;..r. tl'l..."1 f -'..".1 REAL ESTATE AGETiD. Fs; y}
\ <' u! : ? Titnsville,
: 1> ? -j .r. Residence

.to-. -Ij I"' '' ..t. .1 _Business K. .i ..yk.. ..+.,. Lots, Confectioneries,
it" ..... : _.. ;;- ..... GRAY- _,
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JLlJLI. .. .S i r'5: .w and.Dwellirigs'in'J.
1-: -.-. ''''- .'.2.r.;"' '-\ .' i .j-, Fine Tobaccos and zWwY
_ a w- _... :". t ffH'H. ''_44fi f.Ifr'- : -:-- .TlF-US'V'IL'L'E.. CIGARS. ATTORNEY-AT-tA | ,.

M;see etfeoai au tilii'rll44itrl j llb4'IlJ'n0 tie:=a *'7 I LaGrange, $
C .f4 ." Also Unimproved Lots In CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, -'J J; lfl"'U Wm. Scott.Titusville .
I !H ; ';;!111 J '1'1. LAMPS FIXTURES' Fla.
I'f ; I-l* .. r Jj1:Jndian River City. ,
+ iG ) tH':' ... .I.Ln.t WOODEN", TIJfWARE. SCOTT THRASHER, '-,lk .'

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t K f' '.W4wy. ,><'fi1I (d3 4444'fH) ';%J, t.....4Uf"4-J.J.I...,...... ,.h"t ':"S Orange Groves, Meal, Corn Sanford Mr. Scott is now: located:

:Z rl 1' :: ::::Ul ::1{ i':J: t: in.HIGH MMMOCK & FM-CIASS Hay 'Real B. Estate Law a special '

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ti .cntt! laEIn JJ; fmJC r:').b PINE LANDS,
fM a Ir {r'y riira' ,,1itii COUNTY SURVEYOR 4 $ ,
4wti orrr& Oats Etc. ; :
8u :li {'I p--44< .. ,. -Which we are offering at- AND NOTARY PUBtJ'
'j "f.3I1 f..JT-f 'lDiruuld !Iso nO ; <

oraap ;'JjC': .w9rd.W:the.1Wise.h' also agents for e
q [ rn v 1t:6: uz BOTTOM PRICES. Bockledge >

',,:. '" iiI. rrrn: & 1s' ):ft :fih a at Jacob Reeds' Sons, S. JOXES.

/ .....,. .",.JJ 1l I ". :a j u ". ,-:0:. PINE-APPLE LANDS MINOR r

.. tf-1ftd. 'f tir)4 Mackenzie." CLOTHIERS,

Ii.! ___....._.-..:& J.'DIIe.... = l l i ui'ir : First Quality At Low Figures. Samples to be seen at store.NOTIONS. ATTORNEY-AT-UW.

il #It )11 weeshililt'tlie r: r .1
; ., Several Large Tracts Of Titusvllle, g 4i
.... Jtlt7t1.t :.l 11' .'ill {I.1.! (OJ UIC,1J i I'Ii ,3 ,
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"" :; /"" most'cbfnplele aasortnubnt of GroW Public State at Urjtf ,'
;- tIt.ita; ...,11 .*11Wf j ij.-/: 'in1 this aectioti' Florida. adapted to Gents' Clog & Furnishing Goods. t
Affidavits drawn
c ., ,oi.a '"l. .....1 ""'* *''" '"' :* "* ',- March 1st 4tt.. andaUbustnees'eattiita: ,,'
.., :c- > Sugarcane Bananas and Early vegetables. to me promptly attended to. .
:-a,;.; Y1sIt t0, .....,., .' }
;Q' iI iIi .. btir, 10.' a Office at bin
.. "' ., 1"1'1111' residence:,. f
'.; 'nee slit.l iP'!51J 'IIN/tit.1x.dar. I- Also unimproved Lands in all sections J. M. Dixon, Titusville ,- J'Ierit1&.Mi
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'Titaerbialr&eht.might.. ;: :: is ; of the county. TITCSVILLE, : : FLORIDA. D COWIE. ;ijj.
..1.." .baTt. .....,...,... ,. -.,, .."Jiif.. !- --\o" % ..J.LI' *."a" : ;niijestoeee.f" and worth. coming many Dealer In f. ; .
...::m..j1.Iifr"J .111W.; 'fo' '' "- -n" ill Medicines Chemicals 5 'J'f
Llaildf'cear'y' A FEW VERY DESIRABLE Drugs
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;( :..i.r.:: '" .n ... = : Physician and Surge:t1. \
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Y", _: :_ .aIerl;)_WI".) Bruin ; JUST RECEIVED Fancy and Toilet Articles.
., I.. '" '- ll '.;:... I Homesteads Left. .
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!: hU Iiin7birtM rap ; Perfumery Bye-sta0s Paints Oils Titusville. .
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w doi'tIetir r. Parties haying money to purchase mortgages Varnishes&brushes,&almost everything F. GRAY. ;+;r,
Ii ; t ,:uwtbi'rAI il.PtRINTS. will find safe investments on undoubted kept by a first-class Drug House. S. sc' ,"
Io1 M f; n1iriWi+ alrili I I ...r 'f'l ,""if'
: 1I l! .1'11 security Any drug, medicine or Instrument -
:: ...jti&triii 1 i*'ctiii l .&.*.*;S* J,Quality. ,Latest. Patterns,8c per yd. needed by customersand Watch Maker and Jeweller. :

--()- not on hand, will be ordered. ALL WORK WARRANTED. .
t&; 'lj..Jjj .the dtiteue! o'ft : -l
; -Prescriptions carefully compounded Work orders left with P. E.Wa.u'or'POIIt ...
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11Lr}W...... ..'IlLarribstai fl; 1IanQsome ; .*, J.TINS LACE TIES COL- exchange, or to let, will receive prompt competent persons. Jy3C In Grange TltllSvUle will receive every Monday.prompt attention. -,4f.-IHb->* >|"*STJB.

attk"','..r11.t.;ije III(- Ymiljn ''the "-irw; LABS, and FISt CHUS. attention. -.4
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.. Tltnsvillc May a, LYYS 4 tf.. ISTEWSPA.PEIISubscription WILSOX.
: fates! 'etiat> W. fitbepecSre "1)eIaii. ::-1'| A full line of RIBBONS, in 'i *

."} ;i ,!? II1f'.n., ,'Ir \1ff tqdl j, ::. ,u Satin, plain and fancy silk Titusville & Lake W orth.1OSTRANDER'S Agency.The "".
.t. ) Will continue the practice of MedlclwlYTitusville .,
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: "'r I > all shades all widths. ARTIFICIAL
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ties isll t undersigned having opened a
"ir 1J his!" '1 !' F L O W E R S, and vicinity, ;>- n

r,Wtoth, jf-t ."are Office at J. M. .Dixon'sDru?Store.
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lv th t &hi Will be
; 1MU saucei pleased subscriptions
S,'", ',.- '.r.r I"'IJ is PARASOLS in A B. HAWLEY, D. D.. 8. .
.. ..r. .. tremendous IT. S. MAIL LINE, to
-'i" I ntoek: .I" .. : # !"Jf M",! plain and fancy silks.-A full any ,
. UO are Dot The'Fast Steel Hull Periodical or Newspaper pub1i hed.0 Visiting Dentist .,_ .
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",. .t J---.... '0/..'..1iem ", liA'-.J; line of Ladies' Fine HOSE '
.. in solid colors. Black,Fancy -- -- Makes frequent trips to Indian jElw.* .
r ;.. &!:<<.P:1i 1i JI 6l: T..o Steamer, Lake.\\ orth.
;, -fti' h ... !. ,:U'"IJI';' stripe BALBRIGGANS,&c Save time, trouble and expense by apply- &c..r:t

1 .r.F. '.AI".......1.1-" _. r ...::1"1.. ....-I': ,'.>n r.'months. LISLE and LACE Gloves, "CINDERELLA!" ing to CHAS. H. NAUMAN; P. O. Address,. New Smyrna ,)JTorUjL. ,.
.: w.e. : .4lTIttlevtlle
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Ladies' VESTS Cloth Carpet .
"" "" Subscription Agent
;, will secs N a, sssWer,*',resort, one GAIT.WILL H. MOORE, C .. :
and Kid SLIPPERS. .
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'" :of ita chit ':'lew Haulover P. 0., Erevan county, Fla. .
moegaltAeiie Having ample and splendid accommo- .
a' Justice ,
: 1 ""ili.\: FANS, PLAQUES, Lang- of the Peace andy w
'.summer dations for Passengers and Freight, and v
S "mouths Wka T."'iI'...other places try Fans, Jet Necklaces, arranged expressly for the. Mall Ser LUND HOUSEWill Notary Public StatalLarf; ..('

.2r.t 1,1' Bracelet, Ear Rings, Hat & vice and Xavipatlon of this beau- Also Commissioner of Lands for. the State of*, .

. S: *, ', .r1jj1'5 slid Crew' of Lace Pins, Brooches, Hamburg tiful River, will make regular trips, un- remain open during the Summer.A. PENSSTLYAMA, .it. yar'.fta.

c the N" M. &rriyedS EDGINGS, DRESS til further notice, between Office at the Haul-Over.: k '

bt here 1Mf; _the aharpie BUTTONS in Pearl Steel Wile unUtte Worth via:the Rapids Deisner, Proprietor. T JOHNSON COCKS11LTNotary -'t. "
j of Geor- ,..
'. ". Gilt and Fancy metals. ;
r w'l. ''IRIaI'i1rith\ Corsets Bustles Satchels Touching at all intermediate landings ,
: k '. Public st:;=Lameand t
... J 1 rl ctM. put' win- Wallets, TRUNKS, TOILET as follows: commanded by ." '..,)< .'t;"" ,
? lw i ey weere 'rarveyingThey CAPTAIN JOHN MCLEAN, .t$
.. ... .. ARTICLES, ETC., Leaves Titusville '' "
and Fri-
at_ expect Tuesdays Makes regular trips on Indian River. Justice of the Peace.

:..1 e j.t.'s..x .Yirk next' winter. days, at 6 o'clock. a. m. SHE CARRIES A FULL SU1TLY OF Court day, first Saturday of,each moDt6LA

s. ...'5 m !Fovzm-Andrew L diC8' Sacks and Skirt, $l.W Leaves Lake Worth, Wednesdays and Groceries Dry Goods GRANGE .FIor1 :. '
i Gn.oa Ice Cream for Wrappers, 1.25 Sunday, at 10 a. m the
.1 the ; Rapidsat Canned Goods ST. CLAIE-ABRAM9, B. L. SlTlOttlUJj j-\J'
..... ; S6 ''t to Athlete look hand- Ulsters, 1.WChild' ( 2 m. State Attorney ConntyJnd4
aosreis ihiitalitsiPlenty of room Dresses, .35 p. Hats, Boots and Shoes, Seventh Judicial Circuit. Orange,CounJj. )

: fot eTerp .sthst;con* i both hotels 'Waists -:0- 'St Clair Abrams & SDmieili!
*will ook tooar laurels ..25Gents' L:1tJies'Shoes In great variety; Prints all L
c bop or
Srassage freight apply on board.
s.racwan Summer Under new patterns at low
Shirts prices.
r. : we CoqpeitewiUbeonour? 0 Staterooms, two berths,$l.-:.Single berths ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT: ''Ll'ga

'" ,l' W en.DII OMMtittee f has a live Lawn Tennis 1.00 50 cents, Meals 50 cents each. Ready-made ClolMni Toilet Articles ORLANDO, FEA., 1t. ,bed III fila:: ....j,of .their, Chairman Cheviot u.W '; j;
Will give careful attention to colleetkros. '
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Dir.O.F.y-8mta should he ptacOO Jean Pants 1.00 Opened for the Season. AOTIOS.feaP and will practice In the several court-of w*itc'
: '.on our bait ball ground to accommodate the cash only.LUMBER. District,and In the Supreme Court at-TUM. gtr.
the ladiesahonld1 e flying from Suits, 5.50 J6rA; man who is interested in his own March U,oW sin hassee and U. 8- court JackaonTUle." O'J"":...#r'_

every hosed top la TttuvOle that day. Best quality unkundried shirts 1.00 LA GRANGE STORED'''
'-Can't jowebodr get ap a foot race for Dress Straw Hats, .75 welfare will be pleased to know that '
6o'doct.the afternoon Wont we have Always on hand a general assortment'o44
Scarfs :
"aglorioB$J'oarthEvery'citizen .of.Tttnsville and Pius .2;) ANDREW GIBSON Will be furnished 10 order on short noticeat .
A large line ofLadies' GOODS. spa
should exert themselves to'make .
913.00 thousand. ,
: Keeps the finest oysters to be found in per \1'
vWton =
oar.. .feud.. -a- pleasant...::' day. and Misses' Straw Hats, LUMBER & SHINGLESAlways -STRICTLY.CA .--: ::i'. ,

f- >rMeilenrse f -IteaL In new shades and latest Tit u III'I lie, E. L. Bra d J ..v ,.
?; TheAnwUBrothehi are hunting an AND SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS.o on hand.C. 'Januarybtl883 lyr' f .4 :":

extra laiftt" exhibit to .their Closing out cheap.We MAGRUDER & CO. : it, iiif
4 northern friend this -It is
that Doctor Cowie summer.has purchased reported are offering a lot of Trimmed Hats of Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. S. RYDER. Florida Manufacture; : 4

S a fin*hMM of GoL D.P.Gibson,- of this latest style at a Bald's Bread always on hand.
;M place,and that 1ri1l.'rretu.m to Tittuville ROCKLEDGE, AMAZON PAINT WORKK t.J
oa...IuoLF-Apine-eppU: weighing Great Sacrafice. Also a first-class Barber shop attached. Uas just received and continues to keep Jt. '..
jug fire pounds,was-raiaed this season by in stock a full and complete stock of Groceries W.J.BERNEA, co., ..:'c.'i..
It will to look at them. .'.
., Dempuey'Yine: on the St. Sebastian pay NORWOOD'SFast Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps in manufacturers of the "

.; ives0v43oode. representative, who JJ6"Just received another lot of 200 great variety and General Merchandiseof :
"ri'YII WM elected to at home Hack Line !
remain ,November :
every description. Ask for whateveryou AMAZON BEADY-]IIIED[ ;
;last,hai in diarge during, this summer, Lace Remnants, PAIDsoh
;'f the fine Sharpie; New:York; owned by may want. One price to all. Canned iI:'

" "" .J'. B"Muru.s, l Tj -.,' .' at 10 c each. Pieces contain from 2 to 6 Goods of every description a specialty.LUMBER in all shades and ready. .for i.: i Ii...

J> ; yards.EEEBiRFAREBIillMimeOIIDS. The Cheapest and Most Direct Immediate Use.and J."A
i5li.. .. <. lageete "a.s. ''.f :

.>: $&uIzD'Ou the 26thof April, at the ROUTE Will grinders of :Y.;r.SJ
wdfcncq of the bride's father,by the Rev. be furnished to order on short noticeat ..{ !i .

; ..s .W. A.1llatsonr.,*&n :LaRoche to Martha A lot of Fans Q 5 cents; Thermometers To Tit ull\'Ule! and Indian River. $18.00 per thosand. Dressed lum- Pure.'Wliite ..Lead,. '1

. :" : .B L'gr....' -.5i r 20 cents; Note Paper and Envelopes, CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL. ber from <.
t: y.:- ... in fancy boxes 012] cents.J&A 820.00 to 24.00 per thousand. ft. Colors lit Oil. :- ;

!t!is JleeUq. LUMBER & SHINGLES, .
ii .1 OMce and Factory
The full line of Stationery. *
seed.1 rtlnc of the rltlir in Of TlinuTilU '
+ intOTUKfl!.MM berth of July celebra.Y THREE trips weekly between the ST. always on hand. n
UonwMbeldoo the 11th teat, .. B.! Moore I' Good Note Paper@ 10 cents per quire. Joiixs No. 26.Ocean stiee t,/ -:;
lathe chair.' .The alanses al the proceeding .. and IXDIAX RIVERS. P. M. FISHER.PINEAPPLES. u w;:.

meettac" wen iwd and.r pprorwLTtoreclgnatkmof baa i ehaIrman- FLAGS, FIRE CRACKERS, Leaves Enterprise EVERT Monday, Wednesday JACKSONVILLE, 'FLOnm.L.t-1: "' ", t.-'";'t.1 .<.;..

of IJuee eosoeltft..waatle.der.d aDd aeeep. and Friday e.'f<
Morning, arriving at !
tecL Oa motion G.w:. Knaer wu elected to Roman Candles Sty Roto Colored Fire. New'Inforaation of florids: <)}, "'
jiUjhe vacancy.:1B Beftfa gommtttee' re. Titusvllle the SAME day. Parties desiring to purchaae 192 19'Send ..
potted abwnptSHMiMBlvMdi eatztefl eomlng pine-apple pages new matter unto map for

j In lor..tile...TCamtta set.aa4"f/nq.Ja*' readiness French Confectionery, ReturningLeaves plants will please ,end their orders six cents'to R.CLongTallahaIs 1T

'J'Jae.> Bs smffie promptly to E. J.
S a. iBported tfl\necesauyamncnaentiBMde RAWSON .
r r floe a fame on the KAISIXS, CURRANTS, CAKES, Titusville E"EllTTueaday.Thursday or C. Drew Jactaonvillt,Fla.FQRVSAEE. : (
4th vUhtfit"atanr.C M lMb Ban*to be and 52 3m Waveland P. 0.'Fla # ,
Saturday morning
.... arriving at '
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l Tto atu ..oatbe Daaa xepoited pro.intr. Dried Fruits, Etc. :Enterprise in the evening.-Address IEiJ'-PinHpple-plantl cheap for easb... ,t' %
On motion J.C.K .PrUciard A desirable kit ia
house and
C aM ti,r.Snsny wrw appointed a committee : We guarantee to "Carry Out" W. S. Norwood AGENTS Wanted ft!_ cottage, [,
. (4 tt> oration on Un Uh.f' f everything k.Tiib; TltusviUe, alsoBh amith, wheel wriAtv.: .
: :- advertise. .,.. ::.=:J and general Titnsvilte.
.g A.Ray.SOun we TITCSVILLE, FLORIDA. I -- .u..c ...... __WIotoioos.'-7" u..a___ repairing Shoat. '
t T Enquire PBITCHARD &'Ma,. 24 .tfr '

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