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 28, 1883


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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-t- -..., for to*noctta" Star., STATE NEWS. Stall Florida be Creditably Represented OUR WASHINGTON "LETTER..

:'E&L! &a.--quite .*number of Sister, CIa lad_ tke ..auau.a- Mastodon bones. have'been found* near at die Louisville Expo (From oar tegular correspondent)
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WABHWGTOir, D. C. June 16 1883. t
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for the.nee.. : Now Mr. let awtactie bold Tampa,
Editor (by We beg leave to all attention of the

'p4 to.mce'the open- of),'TerideI'aDd wouldn't I like to give Framing lumber is only$10 per M. at Florida producing class to the following The close of the Star Boute' trial on
l. + i Thursday has been the only topic of .
k $euaeon Monday July him a pod shaking tool B_ artow. extract from a private letter' written to gen-

r;;.. i 'lll1II1Ittt '. United States disowns :"Pericles.", He Tallahassee.will soon brag of a new jail the Editor of the fine,.Otto on the subject eral interestin Washington' 'during the

, :III'' .- i, that .Norwood's Hack ii a mighty Qreekling. From whom does as well u a court bouse. of a Florida exhibit at the great present week. After a series of trials, .al .

::: ill'tit1O. Enter Teridea borrow his EngliabT We'll :Key West estimates her exports to New Southern Industrial Exposition at Louisville most unprecedented in length and'atten e

i .withtbe at. Johns Elvtts Wager not from our friend Mite, York for the week ending on the 7th iDIt. : ded by many circumstances unexampledin i
fl. : Titoarilleia free from but the history of similar proceedings in
_, for Jacksonville. Fare toamwasin email-pox, at 171,000 "You are aware that Florida made no
alas! hare"leetie"fleas fleas while this country, the star 'route defendants
er we ;big
appropriation consequently procuredthe
1 President of the F. C. A
It Mr. Henning have been a
'<1l ; fair Bockledge bin the possession of one I acquitted by jury whose honesty -
last on own responsibility.
space my
town GovernorBloxbam
W. Railroad has
will be
not seriously
l (., "PerIdeI""eleetur" that carriea feel interest in the future
Dumber of the a deep prospeda
I: .1IciaPt quite a with a$5,000 bone. However various' be the of
:_. from around,"bog poison"to anoint"beardlessyouths of Florida, and shall do all I can to may opinions
!}t'.J.. pdaD Queen PlnHpple, and in Mr..Geo. Sawyer Sanford, has been the people on any or all'the points in-
;.. Banana river.f1IIiJ poets"Perhaps promote her interest. I ask no pay for
oiqple grove on time ( distant with his ointment be appointed as Assistant Commissioner to volved, there are none,except those whose
very ,
in services: All I ask is that the
com- my peepie
: ..'i...-a fabu tous prices maybe enabled to slip a"jewel"on his represent Florida at the Louisville Expo- of Florida back me in sending interest was prompted by protraction,
with the common pineapple.McLean sition. up who win not be heartily glad that the
'r' forefinger and cure the effects of the one their exhibits, freight prepaid, and after
r stopped at terrible blow of the "trip hammer" whichhe Mr. J. C. Eastman ia erecting a large the show is over, I will dispose of all :curtain has been rung down on a drama
q jgfrLu. fII11 Il1oop ApI received when he "landed at Jericho"waiting building at Gainesville for the establish- goods not perishable, and send to the that had ceased to interest the public,

lV. 'The Captain atarted down for his beard to grow. ment of a French and English day and owners the proceeds.. So you see for a and had come Lobe regarded among those
Sunday and we can only school. evils which cannot be described as "light
de- ClA.d1i"g meteor from the sky of boarding trifle any man who wants to can send

JL for the Csptain'a abort stay by Poesy,?, fell at Tttusrffle but Saturday The schooner Clara E. M. brought on a something. If they will do this I win afflictions."

33tkathewanta to get back to night it was however not"death dealing" from Cedar of It will be remembered that after
; recent trip Keys an apiary make a display that will astonish the Yankee
jjasb time to enter his boat for in its effeeta therefore the"terrible malady months of preparation,and after the pub-
seventy-five hives of Italian bees, for a nation. I fear the people of Floridaare
** I under which "Pericles" is laboring of Clearwater.H. lic mind had been misled by confident
.SawavV*; gentleman too indifferent about it. They can'tsee
p.b1.: and Resolution of the Ath- I received no injury He is still ripeningin E. Osteen, says the Enterprise Her- the importance and great benefit to predictions of a clear case and prompt action

4 .IA'BtB Ball dob.nj tb "loft1y garden"of"unopened buds" I I aid, has sold a drove of 750 head of cattleto the State. They will never have, perhaps ,the prosecution started on a course ;
manifest kind- that had to be abandonedThe
*appreciating the extracting with his long bill the fluid Leo ardy & Osteen for $7,500. He another such a chance. The factis attempt

... italed oarc1ubby the young ladlesItTlteterBismpresenting necessary to keep up the supply of "bug baa three or four hundred head left. Florida can't afford to stand idle, and to dispense with the formality of indictments -

us with ouriidi.dde poison" to anoint writers who are out of and to proceed by information,
this grand show by and take
see no
It seems that the Micanopy Mutual go
**: That consumed weeks and cost an enor-
: belt the common order of nature. many
.. Why all this talk in the Florida
Insurance Company has not failed, as has
heart-felt of It would
mous outlay
our Now sweet Pericles-Fare thee well money. seem
..."teDderthem about what can produce!
been reported, but has better and brighter papers yon
efforts in ourWi1f.a that with aU the resources,at its com-
thanks for their Never 'gainst thee will Y O T rebeL
debars for than ever be- Bring it out, let the world see that it is
bare ordered their names en- Dear little'News,'"maudlin collection"of prospects, permanency not a God-forsaken country. A display mand, the Department of Justice should
the Honorary members of satire causes me to study "unripe" have been able to decide whether or not
.jaflil... such as Florida could make would astonish -
Florida constructed more miles of rail- such a course was
_dab.J ... writers, "poeta, and witticisms which the world, and forever put a stop to open.
; .'t emanate from minds suffering from the road but year than any other Southern croakers and sore heads. If Florida does The verdict of "not guilty" was a gen

l' G1AW FOURTH OF JULY results of "bug poison" and "refinementof State except Georgia; and at her presentrate uine surprise to every one except the
: not make a creditable show it shall be no
,CELEBRATION. SISTER CLEB. of railroad building she will discount defendants and their friends, all of whom
upnBI fault of mine. I had intended to be in
its flatter of nine, an oration by I ....* Georgia this year. have for weeks past been confident in expressing ?
at the Base Ballgoods A Massacre or tke Isnoeeats 'your State by this time, but I am under the that the would
KsorR Joae Esq., The Pensacola Advance-Gazette has suspended opinion jury
the doctor's and he will not let
care, me
d the"Indian River Athletes. Ourcabledispatchesreoordatemblediaaster publication. In an editorial announcing acquit. When the trial commenced'there
Snnderland in the North of go. I hope I may get better in time to go
of Eng
nine a match game few who other
laid past the suspension of its publication were anticipated f
I i all the State and talk to the
land. Twelve hundred children had over peopleof
the"Stars" of Enter- assembled than conviction but it its
Ira lID,between its editor ascribes the cause to insufficient as dragged
&be'"Athletes" of Titusville. in the galleries of Victoria Hall, the importance it is to them. slow length the modi-
irk sod. patronage, owing to the inroad along opinion was
"Youn T.E.C. BsrLY"Work
.Mtwo p.m.a Regatta over the |TitarHDeOowse" where a conjurer was giving his perfor made upon the business of publishing it truly, <'.1. fied, until for a long time past not even ;

for the following prizes, mance. On the stain was a narrow door, the and the counsel for
since the yellow fever epidemic hut year. OB P. I. R. Hv prosecuting hoped so
dan $60.00 through which only one person could pass. of Gen.Mason had the much. But what
Fiat The dredge boat now opening the canal By courtesy we a "hung" jury was was

fitmddaH t O-00 The children leaving the ball hurried through the extensive body of saw grasson pleasure of accompanying himself and anticipated except as above remarked by

t25.00 through this door; one child fell; the rest of their of in- those interested and
dan who
Ufa the north aide of Lake Apopka, has Major Healy on one trips personally ,

Fd daa $25.00 were precipitated over him, and one hun- been cutting through a bed of tenacious spection this week, over the line of work seem to have had information not accessible -

. ini a!80k Flag for the boat making dred and seventy-eight were crushed to day, under which is a bed of clay marl between here and Bice Creek. We walk to outsiders. The defendants and

fte fetal. corrected time irrespective ofS death. containing a large portion of carbonateof ed over a good portion of the road bed their friends were on hand in force when

.. The number of the dead makes the lime, supposed to be of great extent. and from our standpoint would call this the jury came in and rendered their verdict -

it 8 p.m presentation of the prizes at story almost incredible. Still the Brook- tint class work, finished with a view to i and the scene that ensued was exciting -

t&OoartHoase by B. C. ScrimgeourInj. lyn Bridge disaster is not forgotten; andif General Babcock, light-house engineerof permanence. This one feature was noticeable and dramatic. One of the learned
the Baltimore district, has obtained a
: a short flight of steps wrought so much on all their line-bridges, culverts counsel for the defense started the hur-

To_.with a Grand Ball at the havoc there it is not hard to imagine the perfect skeleton of one of the whales ,crossings, road bed, etc.-all well rah and was about jumping on the counsel -

. tat Hone at.half past eight o'clock. consequences when twelve hundred chil- which drifted on our ocean beach some done, and with a view to good service. table when he seemed to remember
time since. It was a new species of the
( "niTATE1CEW8.> dren are flung headlong down the staircase The work is proceeding rapidly toward himself. Another, Colonel Ingersoll,
whale, seventy feet in length, and
. a of a lofty building. And nothingin sperm, the creek, and the gang on the other side turned around and kissed his own wife,

, 1 :Dtjtoaa Jotnal: The dredge boat is the story is so extraordinary as the the specimen has been purchased by the of Rice creek and the one on this side will who happened to be sitting by him. An-

ndjaf away steadily at the canal bettmtatlfataiuas criminal folly of those who blocked the Smithsonian Institute 4'.Lt at Washington. soon meet. Mr. Hodges is the general other, one of the defendants sobbed genu-

and the Halifax, but staircase with a door, and who will doubt- AB Ocean Waif. superintendent and those who know him ine tears, which came so fast that he (

eat eat GDHhird of the solid dirt less be prosecuted as a warning to all PHILADELPHIA, P,., June 17.The need not be told that everything is "A 1" could not wipe them off with his pocket

j. _rc. The canal is a sure thing but it reckless managers who venture to place Boston tug Storm King came up the river after being accepted by him. We are handkerchief, and another smiled, while

.pnfMMtoo slowly.h obstacles in the way of those who are yesterday afternoon with a strange towa glad to note the progress being made on John W. Dorsey, was apparently as un-

KM been asserted on''good authority leaving a theatre. On the pathos of the vessel picked up at sea, abandoned by this line and will prophesy that they will concerned as if it was a matter in whichhe

.. fk.: hsf and stem of the Florida pal.ertbwithout tragedy we need not dwelL "But, oh, all her crew, but with all sails set, and commence laying iron by September.The had not the least interest, and Gen.

;. .' __ any other material, furriaasiapah the pity of it!" everything in perfect order. The waif of company do not say very much about I Brady flushed and paled by turns. The

:- >from which the very finest ,SUVDERLAKD, June 19.-The number the sea was the two masted schooner what they intend to do, but their works' defendants were all surrounded by their

; f.:fniaaf paper can be made. Mr. Fitz- of deaths resulting from the catastropheat Ephraim and Anna, from Richmond,Va. speak louder than aught else. We admire friends and overwhelmed with congratu-

: .>aM,President of the Palm Paper Com- the children's entertainment, in Victo- June 9, to Boston, with a cargo of 400 I their pluck and energy and expect lations. They were lustily cheered in

;:: ;l .Wabiagton,,D. c., has been in ria Hall,Saturday now reaches 202.-Al tons of bituminous coaL While the Storm I to ride to Jacksonville on their can at the courthouse and again as .they emer-

Aridtlookiag for a site for an exten- 1': Herald King was on her way to Philadelphia no very distant period.-Palatka Journal. ged and went across the street for re

; iie pI1p IIIl1. .He said that Florida'stfifikrttuui Art in.1..t tae South. with the new ship Mary Cushing in tow, 4-I..> freshments. The two devoted women,

, : contain the best paper An important factor in the educational at 6 o'clock a, m., about twentysevenmiles Concerning McDaniel-Skipper hom- Mrs. Doney and Mrs. Peck, who have

; .j :Wslliiat exists,and that the disco! mission of the exposition which is to southeast of Barnegat, she found icide in Leon county,last Thursday the been constant attendants, alternately

:: *?*aton valuable than the people can open at Louisville in August and remain the schooner and took it in tow. The Tallahassee Land of Flawen gives these smiled and wept and clapped their deli-
} and Anna had four feet of facts: "Mr.John G. Skipper, who lives hands and Mrs.
. Jt fin,comprehend.K open for one hundred days will be the Ephriam wa- cate Doraej declared she
; ter in the bold. The interior of the vessel about sixteen miles southeast of Tallahassee must not leave until she had taken every
de Gulf hammock Levy county, fine art display. It is intended by the .
showed that she had been abandoned came to this city last Thursday juror by the hand and thanked him.
have this
live of the exposition to
S. trees some eighty managers
. cypress i Fish and butter the morning,and delivered himself to Sheriff however able
w.. the hastily. were upon She was not to carry out
that hate on a scale commensurate to importance
'1IWiII.'of1lo1eain palmettoes of the object and occasion. A table in the Captain's room; clothes were Mosely, stating that he had shot and kill- her intention. The manner of Judge
their sides forty
a,l"ftt above the grouneL.n. separate building, substantially erected hanging[ in their usual place. Two large ed his son-in-law, James McDaniel. Mr. Wylie in discharging the jury was cold

devoted the art pieces blood stained muslin were .found Skipper was suffering from several gun- and constrained, and he did not approveof
and will be to
X fireproof,
$ t "ticello Cont&ution says that This will include in the same room. A valise filled with shot wounds,which were dressed by Dr. the verdict. It is said a very bitter .
r r gaOte d the railroad companies oft department. paintings Randolph. He made a statement before
colon and clothing was left on the vessel's quarter feeling is entertained toward him by
4 water etchings
11arida sculptures, ,
\ are inducing 80 many able in black and white and objects deck. Captain Edward H. McDonald, of Justice West and was committed to jail some of the counsel for the defense.
other -
; at''poes-to enlist that there is a decorative and otherwise.It the Storm King brought his prize up the until the matter could be investigated.The Since the beginning of the star route
; of art
'at a ddcleDeJ of labor in Jeff- learn that General Delaware, arriving at Pine street wharf following is his statement of the affair trials the Government has paid the following -
is interesting to
.;!rash aDd a considerable pauper consented to loan the collection this morning. He filed a libel for salvage : II had been out cow hunting and sums to attorneys: to Bliss up to
Grant has
of women P
t and children to suf- and other souvenirs which he in the United States Court, estimatingthe was on my way home; when within a !March 22, 1883, $46 208.18; to Brewster

'' Wetared somebody in the of presents back from his trip around the value of the schooner at from $8,000 I short distance of my house, James Mc- I up to January 4, 1882 $5,000; to Cook, !
i'A : tir D&tural ."breadgetters." : Daniel stepped out from behind a tree
i, world. American art will be representedby to 10000. February 4, 1882, $6,949.18; to Gibson,
'u. .
.: l ; Both the Jackson- .1t and fired on me with a doublebarreledshot
: .g: collection of recent works furnishedby South American News. February 6, 1882,$5,000: ; to Ken up to
1x toad Xq West Railroad and and gun. The first shot missed, the second May 25, 1883, $27,872.48; Merrick to' .
I-"I the American Art Union, proba- PAYTA, June 19The Chilian com-
*. tinal Railroad hATe conoeni. contributions of shot took effect in my left arm; he April 23, 1883,$32,000. Allan A. Pinkerton -
individual i
bly by some mandant today gave notice that if the
IWr for then rushed at me as if to club me with
or most of. them on A feature has been paid $2,949.74, the whole
local and other artists. special Peruvian authorities acknowledge Igle-
IOIth of this his I drew pistol which I always
place, between gun. my making a grand total of $125,979.48. To'
will be loan collection of paintings President Chili is to
.' 0He a large sias as prepared
,'J.{ y 't- and Clark's creek. The In- foreign and American. This, it is withdraw her carry when cow hunting, and firedat these payments many others must be ad-
"SiM ..*H.about three hundred men hoped, will be one of much importance, troops him twice, one ball hit him in the head ded, for instance $200,000 for witnesses.

;.(-,1 I lrtcdthe line, and the other and New York collectors, some of whom LISA Peru, June 19.-TheDiario Official the other near the heart. He fell on me The total cost to the Government since .

. :! : y sesrly ti many. The roads in- have already promised, are asked to loan to-day prints an editorial from the dead. No one but he and I were pres the prosecution began will be over half a I
t'aboetahilf-mile; of their treasures. Certainly the responseto Valparaiso Mercuro of June 4th on thePresident's "'
from the ent. million of dollars. AUGUST.
. town the appeal of the managers should be message, arguing that he always --...... .
fI : tia TiIle, Tampa and Key for the object is most worthy, 4I 1
. _.. generous desired but had no one to The known is
:) .to the east to touch the and a truly fraternal interest felt in the peace The new hotel at St. Augustine will be best spring medicine

: 1i1w WteTocol, lad! the Internation- New South will be evinced by a helping treat with. Now he hopes it may be con- illuminated by electric lights, the rooms that wonderful tonic, Brown's Iron Bit-

-. ".1l In a hand to the supply of that knowledgeand summated with General Iglesias.A possess marble mantels, electric bells, ters.

:;.' :..rake Palatka westerly course. Each culture to the risen generation which true tonic medicine, a blessing in and in fact combine all the valuable Corn is worth only 20 cents a bushel inMonticello.
within distance denied to the
'If' a the of the war
long years in Tallahassee.
and 40 cents
,f household is Brown's Iron Bitters. modern ,
note than twenty-four miles. days of its youth.-N.: Y; Herald. every improvements.
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Berbe 1 t'
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Strawberry-fanns_ ..theJicInity fl.: fV f ; T i 1 '
_ Xittle Rock, Art.par p & S::;J ,' .fI f\ a h-PC: can nq-lucre tip lacing children, i,hildrpn whettz-.iare 'a b _

of $154 per acre.; tt'1'TIi .\:i'M Czapryskjlpfrl):, of StCaliforni haEO i..IJ. b th can rtfp liking rye-buI ds. But' easoxta l m orm'pg we feas gi Uieti.

." ,In Hudson, pool l 'f1dAmDurin $ writ& as Jollows J _the Pot" ha'"M in and not h.. e. childnoLKliom effort.wan-: a'i n'es?.It is sad- to....*see.p"U bow"tableIti t
o.n not love
orchardTnThe ;:
+a the largest apple world these old
, -30OQQ.treesQn300acres.< H'a .the. range of ,their jguna, --But 3Ix.. _The &are.the-oM children. ,Their wise at the boys of and girls.theca '4Id.
.A peas otebar ;. mteriof of'China, I became'acqua'uitedwith Watson;armed WIth-an TntrbducUpnr. kfIyd se4a't3 arid dJOTtftdsWOTa are age 6fteeq eaItJPIi :
Ceo l aitt'Thotneis"couritp'I I the. fact thjftHJ ortli-il i4 JI j opit e i I > i tto> J i.3' fb f4 L Ll 1Ap g r. lleyl dom 'l.a,: ,''h ansrdkiyfsneenngeardoni d have gone into cbronlc nw, ,

it1JWJ TlP 11I'I1" for '1SOO. the.I OTyat ypHaTi< j) dllr rig< : i !-e 4J.- i i161 surroundedwith:;app1i3J1C'es-f_
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:$65O'-b&1t:j.r-rn_ t't1'f:"'IM t: ..I 1he .91J1- 1 .'-f .i.-l, ...q f"th,e,,'--b. ,' h p"dam iw Q| >\Jaan, hitherto sl 1ile. They never rompl "but1 s step, and diverauriay.e ,, "pcc
; eRildeedtpeir
-:the meantilJle. 4 month juice of livehiillAiOgjtlfwit.} .:itself, fflJPfiife"58Wfe: \ .:'. Ial"....mac.... .a'. sta'id1fif Wth'Ui. \'AYl of" deport- their } !.

3rfterwar'f2&S< -'waoffered. tor'fa.1 which'they consume dn-Mormous: quantities and'were some prudent' individualequally } Tn t; '! :! P "I44Moe ageHe is the 1Ii
and 'now,' itr pI" '' u *{ in:,; cooceivable, .fornvas': well provided with recommehdattons1' t ,. ,! { C cares not toC) ulLatbe i
could'Bot:be bought, forlas.aXLkiii. ;: every i H J.. r I\ t' "'i before ...,
, ..t< iL.:, I, ty '.i' t. '," ,r lemoqa4ewiUlinatiTe.. pirit ;- cut:; in'slices and abfe :to' spea: 1. ::"Arkblc'to';r"l ;j :These poor, little,':old.. children, kissed going out \:.whd wu7dSV>>

' -, -.Pigs need' iriint'M; ,. ,AI onhard'' r .etc.-- during. .attacks. :ofii this .visit Mulai Edris, doubtless he'also r withered and hard and dry ,before"--theii by the north '

:is ,a ,fineuUi-. .ot.:>'W1nr. It affo rdS dreadful disease; with,apparently+ moSt .would return in safety.'' ,,ij are irVfi Jed time'areWeegltimatefruitsotcertaiforpns : n in Christendom ; ,who would 32*
'. podgr t *!ilg?*<*lthelpi&s' ;' while the successful results,it hardly ever failing after some per3oital'aegiiaintauc'.pith .. ;of :tbe cbUd-1ture" of to-U y. exchange all the veCO-*s in i lh'
by to'effect iiThe' Chinese' the supposed difficulties of )faroecan 'fo'r a pair'of skates or a Sl led w
.. .. treesrebenefited: the'destruction ofinseet'jests cure. consider W e were not.Used; td 'have .them: *la j -
;;3rYotaig pigs;inay be it'a specific, and will,.in case of need,' travel; tbatif a good-natnred-easyi days not-remote children.were children to the,water'ike "a. .duck, 'iq '.. .\>

an early xage-wttfc profli'lluch' 'd e-: do'a y thing to'ObtaJn8upplj t,,; 'J/I': minded scholar, a physician by preference fri tastes, feelings.,., xnannew"and Dec u' 'i like an'eel, and to the eprl ,

pendi upn'the early. start that the' animal 1:,Since I have come*back to California;;' I could; settle down: in<, ;: ,Mogadottor 1ationsthn'apringofiifelastedtlventr American' citizen. of Af.i q IJ, ,

gets. ':it rt i'.' i"' iI.,. *fI tF as also in'Louisiana- I< have:used limes, "still ,Morocco city, i, ['one years and longer.* -Oar boyfc-: were' .Fent. ,.." aat 11',;

,},D.OyttoXgfcys'lhat'' ty years. and, their;juices in' my 'practice ag 'aphyskian. of course, diplomatic protection buoyantnd sportive and the"ripping '-: .Scraps.t; }t.i

; ago he treated a stiU)ted'Fan USs- 'apple- I .with most successful results in i .the t ways..of the' people \and a Uttje} oftheir laughterotwrgirls was as sweet music. <. 'n., '-
tree with* wheelbarrow'fuHoT'leached casesDfdiphtherIaeveninthemostdesof :' language, ani gain'the friendship i IP. ButJiowrtoomany (' 1 :
i J. : : of our girls' are -flu e "Why do
ashes,'and the tree'"shows the'benefit Aerate cases. 'As soon as I''take charge of some of. ,the .i ore', powerfuVjBerbersjieiks ladies, and our boys sedate'gentlemen.Thet .- In you"carry your! pocieflL"

at to' h1sili.r Cortis' also". ( says, ,, of a.caSe of diphtheria, order limes to "of the Atlas, he might add immensely -. jacket of jean, frock-.of. flannel arid husband.of.your hand. ? asked a PluW2) "
tthat'iwtf&a&yV "vaieti&of# truifare .be administered as freely as possible,'in to our present vague.iaCQuaitance'with'thegeograptisofttie3looris"fir bcWl'9f porridge.have passed away, and waaJM :young vFtferl +
f'.a nuisance and 'an endless 'amount of any.manner the patient can be prevailed ii1' quiet reply, Vitiasoligiii'
with.then!have passed ,healthy '
hearty .
Afraid. it,
'worku' ,41. ,t' t :i f t t upon 'to take them, especially in'the emplre._ .. .'>1 ,'.' ': tn _ut ,happy child-liter 11 ith..durartifici: til. 'IOCkkt." jump'out",<& ?1

Remember when'setting'} 'out plants of form of hot lemonade, sweetened with Notes.'i" '. modes :'of I i life.;and premature I'deteln lio *??
any description'to 'spread the'roots out white.sugar,or.honeys or cut in slicem : me rQfmiDd"e'arerin' .. LittlenArthur has' been"to "eiattfc"
s't. Jjt j., i:ml .>r ..ijv "-tilorseflnsh"Isv /. danger "How did
dn their natural position not cover the ;tritbpowderedwhiteaugar'I3eaidealim aboiishing-thatfout of which whericramped'qrf' led up. Be carerful :'juice{which I suppose acUby impartinga'n ld't:bi"" some1 parts "o f heroiamAnd':worth'whatsoever hIssister.1I i "}Jretty, 'aellrxiep, 3tf:

not to covet the crowns+ of Strawberry excess of'oxygen-to the ciiculatlon, .London'as. beef//; : l '!" 11"f' a jalthyiChildliood.T: 'Our.clrfldren'are- the youthful critic. "The bejS,

plants with earth.;" set them just level and 'thereby .'prevents'formation' of I Scarlet is,still the'}' avorite, color rHI .for in, school:when ,they ol1ght-l to''be'at 'a as very good,'and'so was the' With the'urfaceand'preea'thedirmly : : 'earth vibriones,''..etc.,.and !'so. has almost '''a sunshades .m London.,.rt ; j '. i ,itliad; too much middle.!*" ff .e,1
.., ,." play the ball when they ought to'bein '
about thein. J' specific; effect ton disease).' //.1'prescribe"wfiatwer When ueen"El7iabet: h'/plied' I-, '4lrentm' .4.y4 ; .bed; '''promenad ug.f linj.stiff,":fine ; "I''oopej sr;"ym1 '\\in a9ilbfl{' oplman
Colorado-ranchman1'. has : drug be indicated to'' 71 '
A : whose
sold 184 may fans were house and verythi
seven er.wanlrobe.jGenDanXJboarts Bother; when they ought'to be 'frisking f\tlat
head (eitt1e fai 8ia5r; averaging tocents. &. lieve symptoms sa they develop,"'and : in it,''including
.to.'flye':' rests ., impart .. .,aW, I tesses, "apd, witht he lambs in)'the7 meadows 'as me family;sow.,'alas
per'pound strength appropriate stimulants up two months
gross authoresses oh the roll blithe and gay as lambs,- 'and 'knowing ago last'Thrav'
.. :weight;'"He'avt at the'only'expense'they and nourishment J'" vr oft!wp 111' '&St! little*of,.'fashionable 'life. day; sow+", The merchant to'whohjftb-.'
HT "Books/
,I }renezuela ,cot. yields, ,
the ,, la :
: had been to him was ,cost of 'I appeal l+ was addressedwh'ile' r
: i
Shiobi and I add
f may business are'wbat.make vHy
-' with the flavor ,
liquid .of '
brandi arid ,TraveIlng Morocco." cream. "
1 '
philanthropic is
1g 'gathering, averaging one old children.. :. also very cantions'sQ;
.dollar head' trie i 'I" !'" 't Small clocks attached to the J Jpri he .
per >per, year''of' animal'slives. are Our are i asked : 'IIave'.you lane'' ; (ai
girls tianlonng' '
: : for1''higheretlucation
.- .They were high grade: shorthorns. A writerrhit, the:LondonAthensturn,Amsterdam..; '"{ : certificate to show that you lost ti ilJ.

:and brought more than5'the.':' ordinary'"" .I' :. says.that, the;dimcultieB'of'aroccan '' -'Leprosy has'caused.s'txteeir deaths'ie n(1 f m'when'weVxtend, "'ahd.we; think \ve give" 'it .to"tjj thing by the tire?"****! 'did bareacertifftdt

:prices for wild steers travel tbcugh"suf icienUy, great, i {the United States m'the cenSUS yearV school studies. the'.range of their ;sow;signed bV a'no'tary bb.4:

rot'very. rlj peas th'e l'rows shouldorange been exaggerated or of the travellers r .11 ,- j; : '', "it i.. 1- I met a child the oilier' lie, to that effect; 'bU it was burned

e st'n'c ''w ;'b'ut. for 'tnemain : own making. The :,nest of envoys at There is said to be one physician.: .tc( day who knew" og.h..f.Qf.a professor'' sow/inthe house'':with! 'tne' 'family1 sad!up,

crops 'Dolth1 and south.' : The.averagedepthof I Tangier engrossed with their petty eve'ry thirteen' families. in the. United... ,, I was told.uutshexas wearing the rist of me effects:" '"f' '-
,. '' :
2" .
.j.- rivalries and squabbles; about States.: strengthening-- plasters and could not I .
the vdrfllsshould. te about t.lncheS nothing ...1hl i ; A ;;.jr
-* for small sorts 1 --and; a trifle f>more rarely_see the Sultan.:sand they'are url Portable- houses .are, coming into 'look you',inj the'face.. Men; 'have,t irI physician, curipusf.prescrirTtion bad: ; ;A yqunj

:for the'larger di dSm'T: e':'drills should known to his advisers,"unless we accept'the vogueiti. England., especiallyat;the.. se : every. .age, played tlie fool.for i knowledge Distance who one lout worshiped_at a,

:vx> made Wide.'.".in fiat attlie bottom;,- Minister of< Foreign Affairs whom shore*. .i have got it at the costof wisdom,'! attend 'was, day suddenly eta *

that ths'geeds'r;may i be'better sepliu t they keep on the coast for their'private'b An entire V sujte it} "'iJai of bedroom furniture. health .happiness I and 'virtue: but no her.particular He fouudheraulfering.

.fid in soWing.r" The'lpge' :'sorts ate, th'e'better .' iting. Tangier'f is,' indeed' 'a OrientaJ I wade",of glass is the:freak. -,of.a Spanish previous age has equaled ours. in' madness :but. she,wanted him,dangerous to prescribe. ,aajady for, her-,
this '
foibeinWsovrn'thcee: mches Pumpernickel: If, ,for example, the of sort.; .1: would not give a i
apart.jDurmghotjlirtreatner grandee. _., ,j I. nevertheless he
German Minister 'girl tatknowledge.which ; so took her ,hand mJ..
;.. late peas.derive cannot eat the hay, be A million feet.oi.,lumber, it .is. said, might'putasingle I said impressively : "Well, I should
takes Rrinklein her
great benefit Roan mulching and Water good care thathiaFrenclicolleag. face. A formal yi j
I : are annually,turned. base-bull bats prescribe--I should
ing. < ;'- shall not enjoy the banquet. ,The Italian walkor game of croquette :sandwiched prescribe thaypu:
A writer mlthe-:Ohio"farmer'says Envoy may have'no:taste for, antiquities, in this country. :* : : I between six hours of study and, six of I-get-married," "Oh, gpodpepj"( .

there is one fact'I'refereLce'tb dwarf but be is not on that account: inclined A Hungarian.Jew sent tow Vienna '.fashionable life will not go far toward 'saidthe: interesting invalid, "vrhoproa>4

:pears which 'ttariy'are ignorant of;and to look with complaisance on hissPanish paper a grain of wheat on which he had developing ,the physical well-being of marry me, I wonder?" "I would/"

.that is that all'V uiett "of.-pears do not ; neighbors' yearning after written over 300 words. ,' our,girls,, snapped the' doctor, with all, the or.:

succeed.when budded upon'the'qu1n e. 'Roman cities and' Phoenician tombs. There are now 191 cotton factories I in Tlle'premai re' acity of a sixfoot'pirkerel., '{You!;'
the Southern placing of our children exclaimed the maiden. "Yes."
One variety-does upon the 4u1nceTOOt 'M )l-e ver, ,knowing well that,. thepopular States, and most of them in mercantile'relations'or "Well,'
: ; the incu]
are making ca- doctor, if that is the fearful alternative
than'it does upon; the 'pear. This ambassador is he :who, gives. money. tion'of? ,what has' been termed "sho k
is the Duchess.1 From 80'to 90 perCent I least' trouble, the diplomatists are invariably In the year 1830 ,there' were only keeper's'philosophy: ," Is another'of pyou can" go away and let. me_,diq.ia,

of aU dwarf pears sent'out by nurseryonan I ; inclined' to" throw cold water on eight insane asylums' in the United expedients'for b lishlng 'youth. We our peace. _

now-a dayfr'are'of'thls.variety. Sol; any' enterprise which might embroil the ,States.. I ,Now there are over 00. begin'by giving ihe child, 'one of those ASACCCSICO IESCE.- -Shake-

tToniversaHy is'this "so ld'tbat'inans':gip: country they represent "-ithlhat of the The richest gold mine in the'world tool-incenteCl toys called "banks" speare's words :, .*

:pose: that th re is but' iuh-ariety' the.dwarf marauders who have maltreated some is"in Transvaal; South.Africa.; A ton' :invention'hich'', : s done harm -an "Suspicion always haunt the guilt mill; .
and, know the'Duchess the overzealous enough The thief doth fear! .each.bush an officer,?
dwarf t .as ,"If investigator\ and to travelwithout of,ore gives 1000 ounces of metal. to counter balance theigood i of all other v.,>
A grade pear.---offbeat'' known 'as goose 'parts an.of escort Morocco and considered a firman to is be inmost Rev. Josiah Henson, ;said 'to;:'have' 'toys, -and" persuade' ,him... to shut. up'in ; school : .. -
it all
wheat in 'Oregon i; is"so'called: because' simply:courting the .mutY"s'fate while been 'the original''of' Mrs. Stowe's'' his'penny* gleanings, as it, they 'Two little boys, afterquam1DlOJl,
all the wheat of that'kind to'travel u Uncle, Tom," died recently, taged,94years. were angels .gifts. instead of, spending
in the
grown' the .with one ,is. almost. as bad. .. ..t them as soon I playground, each brought :
State came' from the' 'claw .. as acquired, as a healthy .
of a wild .Every village bates the sight of the to the teacher., ut "
child is
goose. It haVa'very1 coarse,''shell and "bashador's'; cavalcade) ; for the One of the latest Parisian schemes'is sure to"d6: Such- a toy is a "lIe struck me," said one. '*,
practical .
makes aipeeulWr' grade of, Sou r.' 2to "moua;" or gratuitous supply of a tunnel between that city and Rouen,. object"lesson in avarice. "He said.I stole his knife,". said ;the"* "
wheat like It is known*in' this country.: visions which the, wretched people must to be 73 miles. long. .,. and cost. $33. ,Qoo,- Visiting once at of a Christianminister other.
-The people'"of 'hive ; ooo I found that each of his' children '
Oregon wondered bestow on all "I said ", ( Ifirst"
government travellers, is a: had ,Jus somebody stole it, said he
from whence' it came. The wonderis tax, not only frequently abused, .. John Blizzard,.colored.died .atCeh-J bank in which I he ',
deposited' every
explained. -Tfoirf'samples'of foreign'wheat but is so, every sense of justice treville, O., a few days ago, at the alleged his hands. A penny that came into "You meant me," replied the other.
at >the ''agricultural .de per, that age of l-2.>. Blizzards.are.geu.8' beggar stopped to ask an
"., right-minded- will often 'an alms.. I : "Why, Charliesaid the teacher;
dent, the exact:duplicate of the g Dose elect to dispense with the favor, and as rally pretty, healthy said : "Why'do you not "if Willie had told me that somebody
give some
wheat'Wheat of Oregon has been found.' Tliis a consequence of-;'running tilt against The, ,novels of Miss! Eyans, 'M m. old blind man your?" money The to nswer'waS the i'fir had stolen his knife, it wouldnot,'taw

comes'from avsmall prov lice in the.customs of the country, incur the Southworth, and, Mrs. Holmes ''have "We don't :; made me' angry, 8houldl'not hw *
Spain, theTonlyplace'Trhere'ithas! 'been enmity of their escort been banished from the Cleveland give our money to tramps ; thought he ".
L'.1 : "'. ,.... and be unconscionably p u>>: we're'going to keep it and meant me.
grown. make more'inone
.swindled in 'paying'' for what lie library as bing too trashv. with ; ."Well,.but you don't steal," was the
: it.; 'When
F. D. In I see'the'best'years .
Cortis'says the Country a minute.before they were offered The largest arolite --- ready answer from
as a in the world is in of childhood greeted with.a laugh
'Gentleman of carrote and their culture:: gift... 'f the British monopolized by the the
Museum It'weighs nearly acquisition'of' other.boysv,as they saw how h toed
.A great' many"fanners do, ,not,_raise. There. are,..of course,c also ,religious two tons. The largest "one' in 'the feel like 'te11i a trade or profassionl' I given evidence against himself..
carrots because g' parents' 'such
they.think that
\. they cannot.. and, local prejudices of a'fanactical, Smithsonian Weighs less than'one, ton. treatment wicked .A person with a sense of guilt:and U '
;jbe and uncaUed'foreven
grown w1tlYout'greatlaboir :
tgnorant .
They ,.semi-barbamuspeople to over- .Ii.; 41 avaricious unquiet. conscience is atyays-over :suppose that th "bl1ist be jpJantedt: come. "Saint houses' ., I by calculation. The sitive *.
are so numerous S Hay is King."I' shallow and sualicious! v '
; : '
-narrow rows, and'be hoed and prevalent I -*
weeded that one-is never sure when sacred soil I': ,_ : .; I ..IfiI
of business A
by hand and they do not have tlie is < The statistics of among men is ,attributable, "
timer being defiled and"asso Ies,"' 'cir thE United States in a' '. ,
or the diBposit5on"to 'undertake such avdisagreeable' dervishes, are not the kind of people forwhose'good prove that it is among,the foremost greatmeasure' to- the,jvenritureentrance'of'boys Dress In a'Hot Country. :: -':."';,,
'T1i into com rcirr're U I i: J
task. y "reason that : behavior any one I would crops raised in this country, 'if- not the lations.: ) .
carrots "won't pay1 theie'istoo much to* Ignorant'' of 'poetry; nature It iS,"orcourse supertlaous'ta'sar'''
; care become bail. The governors verynrst. At the present time -there )
'Work." l All'this'is a mistake- -carrots"will and village sheiks have no desire to see are estimated to be, in the United States,= and history'they: base their.. theories, of, that'the better classes of Brazilians, are"j,

pay, and will" pay better than almost strangers. Hospitalities ='in Morocco 40,000,000 sheep, 40,000,000 cattle/'and human'nature' upon'what they see, of always' decently or even 'eleg! ntl1.

tiny other crop. They will'pay in moreTjrays means prodigious':,"feeds,1* and even 20,000,000 horses. In two-thirds of tbeoountn Dick" ,T6m and 'IIairY. There is no dressed from boyhood, ':yet the children

than one.:\They will I pay'as food, in that cheap country food costs money these animals require to'be.fed ideal in their liv'esj'nor aught'of nahiie, of the most Wealthy are 'sometimes introduced :

:asat4 etiaersand'as_mEdJClDe ; ,Imtbet' Nor are they anxious for the Sultan to from three to th-e. months,.and they will: and they.transmit the' pin ie. If we to visitors without any clothing '

. Cer than all, 'as preenfhei"Let. usiake hear of their,,wealth/since rich men in consume ,an aggregate of' 90,000,000tons would prevent our children from becoming but a string of beads'around the neck, .

up the''last "point first. Three- Marocco are short-lived, and if "sent ,:which, at $.j per ,ton, represents. dry, withered and callous in or a pair of elegant slippers on their tiny

Jersey cows, which calved in cold for" are apt not to return. Finally,. the the enormous sum of $- ZOOrAOoO. Is I mind aniI'in, heart, we must prevent feet, while in'tl e'photographic galleries

weather, and two sows, 'which have tribesmen are, apt to ,consider'every not hay therefore'king' i lty Red with them from coming too early in contract one can ('r find few pictures of 'any but .,

farrowed, were put into such a'health) escort of white-robed soldiers as only ,. tbe tricks of trade and the heart- nude children.' Among the toper''

condition by being :fed ,carrots, that the abhored taxgatherers disguise,' The Minneapolis. 'Tribune hardening principles which rule over the classes, boys are frequently never ';

they have done as well as if it was and toactafter their truculent instincts. says that commercial world. dressed till they >are twelve years old.'
goats the
are best land cleaners known. Another ,
:summer. Conditions of fever and The Sultan occupies his time in march- It aging influence is, to be Girls :commonly; wear clothes sooner,
a of 1600 found
constipations have been avoided, and ing about the empire collecting his dues cleared a piece of brush land entirely' the as bave.'ilready intimated, in though the. first'.few years of their

full secretion of, milk, with a vigorous with the aid of a plundering army of, 600 acrin" three conssitingof high'and fast living in which we lives pass with only a pair of earrings
condition in. the years. So completewas indulge our little ones. We exhaust which find their into the ears of'
young, have .been secured. ruffianly spearsmen ; for Morocco 'is the work that way
I not vestige of under them by a system of '
still unconquered profusion. luxury every female child. before- 'she is a"" .
country. growth was left.
and The "
dissipation. '
bmikfa-jt of life I year old. '<

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.";'!t-t k-r-:. "---.A.Y, .JtJ"TT.. Qs, 1883 be coed atc a temperature, below 212,in That Mich Jones could stand the mos- -

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,;01-: -- )not absolutely That the recent Tains have vastly ben .1
!; n"" ; WAGER,I. an article of diet.. It shows 'try-.ii'"" ..
'1 l$) ....EtIioi,A Publisher.ijQ that beans, peas,'etc;, contain as muchor efitted a heavy the orange yield of groves fruit,is and assured.promiseof 'SUFFER ; .;' .'' .. --.-* .

5 '- "' per Annum in advance more of the bone and muscle.constituents t.p "< .. _. ;
p :' :dl otie Inch in apaoe 'J 'ISinaeooinpanied aqaarea That Miss Helen Stevens h a'wi hinthe.put '. .
au meat besides containing starch ::M.
....... week set out over seven hundred .
' L"' li--u by they and the. other ingredients necessary for .' ..
: trees in her hammock no longer from Dyspepaia -
! r J.I! _ueoelT8atteDttOa.. young orange ,
the I'
perfectly healthful'physieal "
t e8enqalre of the Editor'te : development ,Indigestion,want orAppetiteloasorStrength t' :
... grove.'l'hat';
. ..,...a three cent stamp of man, It shows that a proper selection .
." ) the sociable at the residence of
of diet and method ofpreparing
PA1'EBmaybefound, on file atf.Bowel1 a proper lack of Energy,Malaria, !

A Co' Newspaper Adver:9r. .; the selection is necessary in or- ktr.. and Mrs..He1idrJ.: on Friday evening Intermittent Fevers,Ac.BROWN'S ....

street where last was pronounced one and all a decided .
) by
: u u (10 Spruce der to secure the best results It ahowsthat IRON BIT- f

.;.a, tn&contracta may be made for it one-half the cooks of even our advanced success, TERS never fails to cure ..
:,IaJEW aRK.f civilization do not know half their That LaGrange will visit Titusville en all these diseases. Is the time to

: f grAS is the OFFICIAL newspaperC2fljtfhallweeatand business and are catering to the depravedand matte on the fourth, to assist in renderingit

xErfyxrd county. vitiated appetites of a false and flashy truly a gala day
Beano Ifawater 6,
,{aod al tie ,PDIl O at Tilulrille aI; Fashion. It shows we are living to eat That LaGrange regrets the departurefrom 5ROwIsCau. *, Co. rtji. '.
Matter. their midst of Mr. C. D. Gcatlcnca:-For ycafS I kiwi
rather than
eating to live. In its broad- Puryear, lIcca.patsd'crer& ia Dyspepsia,

how shall est application it tells the cause of so who left a few days since to assume the and could get BO rtlicf(baring tried
weBit" erayUuac which was MCMannnrtd -
> America much dyspepsia, so many liver complaints duties as teacher of another school on the ) until.acting OB the advice of afriead Subscribe
which the
t the questions .wbo lad bee boNfoad by
an .
to ask of them- so much biliousness and may we not say west side of the county. BBOWMS ImoM Birrns,! tried.
ate beginning ......
peoffc bottle widi avxtMiphiiag
wonder among wonders of so much insanity among our American That at least half a dozen young ladies Previous to takingBrown's lamIIbTnas
dmT Kb* ...
.' people? Fell in love with handsome Master Robert ,ctfythiacl dbtreuedttaad
tfcie questions have not put 1 sufloM gnatir fnm
.fat been Brady at the sociable last Friday evening.
Doubtless they'have , STATE NEWS. was oabearabl Since taking .
which That the nine kale Baowafs laoM amass aU 8) For : ;
in they are
form LaGrange are a too
..sot in the Colonel L Coryell, left St. Augustine aa ad. Caaeataaytime ",..
have been in the much for the Athletes. & :
.,beg put. People recently for Lambertville, N. J. suits. aiaaranooibs, .
jjaft of eating and drinking what tasted That Need Bryant's boots were the last I JIIIGD.Jc ...:.wL: L m. :
Manatee county is out of debt and when >>lfamickSt.K.Bostt o.
irrespective of any knowl- tribute rendered old his
-od almost Neptune on re-'
the taxes of 1882 have been collected
Xeor due regard as to the ultimate re- 'j
cent trip to Key Largo.
will have a balance in the treasury.
.- sjte. ,A very large majority of the That Uncle Shad leaves in a {ew days' BROWN'S IRON BIT- The Florida Star.
livers,not from Mr. Henry Petermann, of Palatka, II TERS acts like a charmon
A a people are poor
g I' for the north where he will remain the,
'juaasty but from a want of the knowlejpof making extensive improvements on the the digestive organs, .I
balance of the
the real constituents of the vari- well-known and popular St.Johns House.I summer. removing all dyspeptic

osjkbdi of food and proper methods of Gainesville authorities propose to bond That five years from to-day LaGrange symptoms,such as tastIng -

pairing it. Tough beef whether in that place for$12,000 for the purpose of will ship more oranges than any one the food Belching
point on the river. Heat in the Stomach, -o-
. desks or roasts are served on a large majority building. the East Florida Seminary up '

j of our tables, while our beef in a agam. I That L. G. & got a bargain in his re- Heartburn, eta The
I only Iron Preparationthat
. nw slate compares exceedingly favorably The Fire Department at Palatka intend -I cent land purchase. will not blacken the '

lift any other.' A laboring man would to celebrate the fourth by a grand That Doctor Wilson says LaGrange is teeth or give headache.

acne on'our wishy washy beef soups. parade in force. Meetings have been dutreuingty healthy. It u the constant aim and intention of

On potatoes,as fine as ever grew are held and all arrangements perfected.Hon. That a mayor and a boot-black are the Sold by all Druggists the publisher to give to the readers of the

...",sadden when boiled or saturated R. H. M. Davidson delivered an only essentials requisites necessary to our Brown Chemical Co. STAR, one of the most readable. and new-

whh grass when fried. Beef and pota- oration at Tallahassee on the 13th inst. being a full fledged city. siest papers of the State. ,
when obtainable and they are almost Baltimore, Md.
tocij on the occasion of the commencement exercises That just-about now LaGrange could
be had vilely served and hastily -
ala .to -
of the Florida Seminary. hold her own at a baby show. See that aQ Iroa alms art made by
sates,a*they'are almost invariably Brown Chemical Co..fialtiAorc.
James McDaniel, one of the oldest and That one of our fast horses is to be on I ban erased red line and tra\*-
bl constituted us nation of dy.P
are; auk oa
the track at Titusville the fourth. I wrapper.
most respectable citizens of Tallahassee, on
and nostrums with jawbreaking
It I o
f shot and killed John That Henry Egger sprained his ankle
unnumbered are resorted to, "to was by one Skipper, D WARE OF IMITATIONS.
devils on the 14th inst. We have not yet seen quite severely while playing ball Satur- F
timed the Me, until we, poor ,
an account of the particulars.SanfordJoKrMl. day afternoon.
are witting medical chests. Our physical -

u7 ems are overloaded with fatty in- That to whisper more we wot not.O.C. .

Table food, our stomachs are de- Lake Monroe was the scene of a very Twenty columns of Selected -
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aufei Woven work and we are saturated large waterspout on the 16th inst The
The Savannah WeeUy Newt needs no PIONEER COOPERAGE.Syrup Miscellaneous Reading,
with medicine for relief. Spout formed nearly in the center of the
lake and remained for introduction from us. For one-third of a
Oar physical systems arethus depleted, nearly stationary Barrels $2.25.
time when it and century it has made its regular weekly
oorwaat of wholesome and nutritious some separated disap-
Gauged to order, ten cents extra.
at thousands of homes in
:fcodb misapplied and we are thus prepaid peared. No damage was done. appearance
Florida-an everwelcome visitor. It has Honey Barrels and Oval Water
to become the receptacle of the There seems to be a difference of opin I -AND-
kept with the requirements of ad- -
thus ud and one ills that flesh is heir to ion between the City Council and Mayor II pace BreakersFrom .
vanced journalism,and each succeeding .. .
tad to children of Jacksonville. The Council
bequeath our an un- Dancy has witnessed marked improvementsand : : 82.00 : : Up.
kaKhy physical organization and an wants to cut down the police force from year
to-day it ranks with the best weeklies Tanksand
}nyfilijft temperament which in their fourteen to ten, while the mayor is diam-: ..

tan are-to be medicined, "ad quantum etrically opposed to a decrease. published in this country. This mam all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. Nearly Ten columns State,
moth sheet contains 8 of reading
4dt"whilst stimulating drinks are re- Cedar Key Journal: Mr. H. C.Pickett, matter comprising all the pages news of the JOIIKSOS County, and Local- News

xtod to,to whip up the logy and weary one of our subscribers at Fort Fannin, week, telegraphic dispatches, State news, J..aGrange. : : Florida.

pfcjical being. These stimulants beget informs us that he cut a stick of pine items serials
agricultural original etc.
UBUHtual thirst which is to be allayed timber which measured
recently sixty
In addition to a first-class newspaper at a W. I. MOORE,
..jam of the same or by something ala -
feet in length and squared thirty inchesat moderate the
price, publisher to
ot MUd in the way of the coldest ice- the small end. This was a monster each yearly subscriber a of of General Commission Merchant, PRESENTED WEEKLY.
? copy any
later,druk to surfeit because it < tasts
stick. the published novels of the Morning AND DEALER IX 1 I,
6v.Ibe wonder of all is that
The Jacksonville Time-Union of the News Library free. Subscription two

... w people are as healthy as they are. 20th fast states that no new cases of dollars a year, in advance. Address H. Groceries and
of consists in
amount good in meat
small-pox have developed either in the Estill, Savannah, Ga.
,fte UBosnt of flesh and muscle it is capa
city, county or suburbs since last Friday,

tic Biting and this depends on the and only one since the 9th in t., which NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.A. Family Supplies. ,
ae+amt of albumen it contains.
looks as though the disease was about to L. HATCH
.Tae percentage of albumen contained ,
be stamped out.
.a lumber of the principle articles ofJaoi..1olkm DEALER Df Titusville. : : Florida.
The water lately on the bar at the headof November 10th 1$31). U" JOB PRINTING.JOB .
viz: Beans, 24} per
Lake Monroe has been so shoal that GROCERIES.PROVISIONS i.
act;:pea, SSJ per cent.; beef, 19} per FOR INDIAN RIVER. PRINTING.JOB .
the Arrow has only succeeded in gettingover
omtll1;; It, 18 per cent; oats, 14} per "
it the assistance of the PRINTING.
by steamer ,
( HART & SMITH'SHockledge
tiije; ,12}per cent; com, 12} per c't; DRY GOODS 1
Astatula. 'The recent rains will doubt
no ,
,1 W ct;milk, 4 per c't.;and pota- Line. .
-lipercent. raise the water so that she will experienceno

Float this statement (which is acknowl more difficulty at crossing the bar. Hardware ant General Ierchaidse. The Steamer, "ASTATULA," .

,jWly all coBTenant with the facts) it Brother Prevatt, of the Orange City; CITY March POINT.S. 4w 43 FLORIDA. Will leave Sanford and Enterprise .r'

aitiadily Been that the highly prized Tunes announces that it will take $3,001 every Tuesday and Friday for Lake Poin- -:-- ,. !

wexpaaire beef rates No. 8, and the to remove his paper to another field, and The.'Biggest" and the "Best." aett Landing, connecting at Rockledge I

NJjpriwl and expensive potato stands says that the rumors of a removal of the A Flnt-... with steamers for Titusville and all pointson

1&the maid l of this category of flesh Times to Creeent City or that the editor Mammoth Newspaper, Indian River and Lake Worth. The ,

:.. Astatula will call at Salt Lake for Titus-
alb Producing articles of such are palpable and malIcious I
every contemplates For one year and an Our Job Office is well equipped for ex

k' ,From long experience and ex lies emanating from the diseased NovelFOR ville on Tuesday's trip.RET11B5UG. ecuting all kinds of '
l apaD many thousands of men brain of the calumniator.

.hl ,II I rmies for instance, it has Sanford Journal, 21st inst: The steamer $2.00. Will leave Lake Poinsett every Wed .
.*** nesday and Saturday at 4 p. m. Prompt
Ulied how much of albumen- Chattahoochee arrived early yesterday THE SAVAMAfl WEEKLY MS, close connections made with daily line

d,o i IB avenge, fa necessary for morning, with 180 additional hands for A mammoth sheet, 88x52 inches, con steamers for Jacksonville and all points .

th per day,abo the amount of nona work on the South Florida extension, together taining 8 pages of reading matter, comprising North. Capt. Joe Smith, PLAIN & FANCY WORK, :

, -, _or all the News of the Week 3tf Manager.
starchy food is necessary with "oodles" of construction paraphernalia Telegraphic -

,.dice the Dispatches, accurate Market reports -
or nitrogen- implement, Ac. This makes ARRIVALS DEPARTURES OF KAILS.
RhS. a well edited Agricultural Department -
: ar wkjch beef is From Enterprise to Tlturllle.
j a type contain considerably over 200 hands already and Serials of .
; Original ; a page Leave Enterprise Monday Wednesday
JWiod.inoe the starchy foods, of the is, still they come. A telegram Friday at 5 a.m-
'bst com beans cry Florida Geogla i M Carolina Hews Arrive at Tit avWe Monday Wednesdayand COLOR &ORNAMENTAL WORK,
Ac of 168 hands ,
are types elsewhere, states that a gang Friday at 8 P. m.
*ady stain the It u not a local paper. Leave Titnarffle Tuesday Thursday and
; starch but also aPaant arrived at Tampa on the 16th. The

:: of albumen and fat, it fol Plant Investment Company does nothing To the farmer, mechanic,or artisan, the Saturday Arrive at at Ia.Enterprise m. Tuesday Thursdayand
'maat business or professional man who has not Saturday at 9 pan.
can be left out from the by halves. the advantage of a daily mail, it is a paper From Daytona Titusville.

J mace without very serious det- NOTICE.I by.which he can be informed of events Leave Tituirtlle Mondays Wednesday, RULE& PAMPHLET WORK
; --wWJe bread in the world whether in and Fridays at Ia.m. ;
and bean transpiring busy .
soup, before the Arrive at Daytona, Tuesdays, Thursdays
J 't/ will sell at public outcry
bob the his own State or in the most distant parts and Saturdays at 9 p.m.
.......- .necessary. nitrogentathas Court House door in the town of Titua of the globe.In Leave Daytona,Mondays,Wednesdays,and fI
..ble.1 Fridays at 5"a.1L
ville Brevard Fla., on Monday addition to a first-class at
all county newspaper Arrive at Titusville Tuesdays Thursday
to do
....... July 6th 1883, one lot of dry goods, lev- a moderate price we offer each yearly subscriber and Saturdays at 9 p.m.
on"What h nwe eat and a copy of any of the publishednovels From TitnsvUle to Baa GaU1e. ETC., ETC.
:"'liTe!' Simply this. Its ape ied on as the property of Thomas New to of the Morning News Library free. Leave TttosvUle Tuesday and Friday at

...that satisfy an execution in favor of D. P. Subscription $2.00 a year in advance. 3a.m. 4
C1. we em Un a great Arrive at San Qallie Tuesday and Friday
-.r Gibson issued from the May term, Subscriptions can be sent through local atlp.m.
.. gaper than we do. of the Justice Court at Titnsville Fla. agents and postmasters, or direct toJ.H.ESTILL Leave Eau Gallla Wednesday and Saturdayat

d 6amen found in beef when M. E.ENGLISH Constable. Arrive a a.m-at TUatvllle Wednesday and Saturday .

k 1' 1&a paature ofJ.20 becomes Titusville Fla. June 18 1883. 3 Whitaker Street Savannah, Ga. at 7 p.m. Titusville Indian River, Florida.Jj. .

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A Story by Turgenleff.- cauley alludes tothe vulgarproverb that That Good 'Young Man. t[ therefore, conceived the idea of ''finding Early Pot to : '
"the jjray I::maie is the betterjbiprse," .' husbands for both of them, and obtaining -

Diamond dust has all the properties attributing rise to the preference 'a handsome commission on the -

or.tbe-diamond,- and the .essence of a The ;man who knows achievement. with' the A correspondent '
given ire the seventeenth,century to the young never They began of the' <

;' great writer' ieo1u >may be traced in gray mares of,Flanders over the coach- to go home is not peculiar to any widow, and 'found for her a genuine Gentleman says: The ewli i

the,tilW'teIt of hir II productions. Few horses of England. town, or, vill" ge. He is generally a bUi'penniless'marquis; M. de Lostangesof as far as my, ,expe rienge ,

beUer: iDnrtrations of this canon could A fi a bal'peCdogand II ioasand'silent person, who has but 'Toulouse a They negotiated so vier Early Electric. LaSt ;,Ia."

1 be addaced'thaa the little'prose poems cat that wtr yeiyffoqdl 1 off&ch other little to say for himself, and does not scrip tbat''Madame de Pointies accept: to' test the "comparative

which have arnttnd'"the declining- years and Iled. Wen!the dog make,that,little interesting. He is not ed him and'he signed bills' for 60,000, yield of the new'ya q'4.- y

of If. Tnrgenien They may be compared wished to go into.the kitchen he would I often handsome' and his clothes never francs in:favor'of'Poncignori, 'payableafter' well known kinds, 1 plaI ied it dell

to the "T1ri Told Tales" ofj stand by the door and pun would Jump fit him. He is not vain;in fact,.he had the 'marriage., Unfortunately for distances a defin na af"""

-Kathantel Hawthorne affi2 KTureenieff a writer who'halDOlUght up, catch'one paw 'on':the' latch ,and to struggle with himself a long while 'himself and the result;:of ,the combi- each of the kinds given 3n.t0e foi
y3 f
< or press ttie 'other on" the thumb"piece, before' he could muster up courage to 'na on, the Marquis; intoxicated with table. They were an '1)Jant ctfi.'"

'fln their< comparative and their brevity,fanciful their terse and and, asrthe door 'swung' ''open;. she i| call'on Miss Pamela, in the first place ; 'success,"go't literally intoxicated 'at a midst of ,a, field,of potstoee+' Dd ..
ht more
ideal character in relation to the bulk of would drop'doRii':' on''tbe'-J1 oq'a'back 'but having come, hesticks' to the'sofa dtjeuncr at the lady's. house, and 'so the ,same cultivation. ,as 'tbe:

and ride in in tr umpi." A* as if he was glued to'ititb'his fingers conducted himself that'he was turned field. Single eyes .we -re'pian .-

the: author's writ1 1g They differ Ladles of 'rank in:th6'last century did interlaced' his knees* together, ,and histoestirrned'in. out,, with. 6nlers not'to show his face in a hill, on the '15th ; +:..
partl aslthe productions of.a master of 'I' I d
JIT literary lori< differ* from*those *of"a beginner not know how to spell VerySrelL ''Lady ', ..there.again.' : May
lHe comes
Strafford wrote of the 'death-struggles very early, almost before The'OOOOO francs bills became valueless T

; partly inasmuch as with Hawthorns of her favorite dog,' "poor charming | the tea-tray has been cleared, and he but, nothing daunted, the Poncig- ri p, d
the is of at least
story usually as
P ubs as follows:'."As it leved soe it I gets through with his remarks' about nonS'. found another nobleman, Baron Early Electric, Aug '7 l

much importance as the thought, while dyed, full of.19v leaning its head in my the weather and his inquiries as to each Armanderie d'Arb eiat, for')ll1 Olga, Early Ohio, ., %, ---,-.. \ug. 15' 11!"I
: .. only xiatfor the Early (
bosom 'offered member of the fainily"ery ,p edily.The' 'and so' cajoled her' mother that shed aynower, Augt I
to at
development oiiu '1detf equently so -, never snap anybody Brownell's Best,. Sept r "
in its horrid torter but, nussle its mother -gets her knitting, an strained her :parental authority to the Clark's Xo. I, Sept. 1 3si
that would have de
alight a lyric poet '
spatched it in a stanza. The keynote of head to'ua and loock earnestly, upon me father takes up his newspaper; and they' utmost, .to force. the. young lady. to take Early Telephone, \,Aug.,,15 iI''Aii 1

and Sue;Rhos cryed forthre days as if retire little in the background, near him. But Olga had her- own" views. ,, Beauty of Hebron, Sept 14 1':11I
each collection is deep melancholybut "
a ; Early Rose, "f
it bad-been for a childe,or husband.' the lamp on the tableYoung'people She did not like, the Baron, and rah Magnum Sept 1" a
Bonum '
with Hawthorne this is the egotistic 'SeptlO ;
In Gardiner's Music Mature should have a little liberty. 4 to Marseilles i l
of we away a cooper Late Rose, St'pt..15
melancholy of af Jrfyftfy visionary who ?lgt
are told'on what notes the buzz of bees Augustus good.. young man.and named Signourel.,:Then Poucignon and Snowflake, Sept 7
by banquet and by business like
aand the hum of,other insects is pitched. his father owns property of value. the Baron, with the full, authority of White Star, Sept 25 S
ahadow with it is the
; Turgenieff sorrow White '
of one but too deeply interested inhuman He says, ",The Gnat hums in A ; theDeathwatch Miss Pamela,might do worse. the mother, who, urged ,the Baron to Burbank, 'Sept.25 .g'
life, and who feels in every fibre calls in B flat ; the Cricket They appear; absorbed in each other, take a virile resolution and'show him- +Matchless, ; Sept 15 >
chirps in B natural the buzz of Beehive but they listen to their parents. Pride :
the a nation "rstten before it. ; a self worthy of her laughter: organizeda America, Sept.-? jon

is .'
;the Humble-bee octave lower and makes a remark at intervals. Belle, Sept. 15:
space an ; in old time in Ireland, to take possession -
Perhaps the best idea of M. Turgen Defiance, Oct "
ieff and a Cockchafer D below the line. good young man answers, "Yeama'am .of Mile. Olga, and carry her bod ilv St. Patrick 1 '
's manner in this work will be conveyed I' Oct 1 '
A whole orchestra be and "No, ma'am," and "I31 it
by an abridgement of one of his I might composed away from the seductive Signourel. R ose's Seedling, Oct 1 .jjj
.of insect voices the Door-beetle so ? and "Dear me!" at random. '' Roger's No. 4
tales. laving recounted how Giafar taking Five bravos were enlisted for this ser- Oct.1 .2391
the renouned Vizier of the Caliph the bass I the;.Guats the trumpets, and lIe is thinking how pretty' Miss v ce ; but Signourel and his faithful, W att's Orange, Oct. 1 *ri
Pamela is, and how stupid he'iss. Queenoftheti'alley, Oct 1 159
Haroun Alrasehid, while yet young and soon. ;? i lie is wondering he lady got wind of the project, and when j <;Champion..\II., Sept 23, .J 238

undistinguished, rescued an old man lu classical> ,mythology Alastor is brilliant why cannot< be t :ey got to his house at Marseilles, lioger's No. i, Sept '2.j 1i8.

from assassins, and afterwards visited used as a surname of Zeus or Jupiter. and amusing like some young Oga! was out of the way. Madame de Cook's Superb, Sep 25, 'Jsu

the old man at his request, he continued It is also used to' signify a, deity ,who men.Pamela Pointies herself, hearing of the failure, )Silverskin Mammoth,Pearl. sept: 23 '234
is Sept: 25
wondering so, too. 231
: punishes-the never-forgetting, revengeful came Marseilles and fired a:revolverat "

The old man took Giafar by the hand house demon or spirit who, in consequence She folds her hands and unfolds them, Bonafous, the landlord of Signourel The,dying of the tops was taken aatit

,. and plays with the buttons of her dress ,period of,rijiening. It will be:
of and seea tiat>
and led him into a garden enclosed by some crime perpetrated, Olga. Olga has married Signourel,
and asks him if his sister is the
suited with Early Electric is three
high walls, in the midst'of .which persecutes a family for generations. but the marriage will probably be disputed .veda

grew strange tree, in semblance like a According to the belief of the time, i fold her dressmaker, and if they have the for want of maternal consent earlier than' Early Rose. ;Had,It 1m

cypress, only its leaves were of an azure Cicero had killed himself .by the Ikeside red cow yet, and other questions of Meanwhile, Baron d'Arberal and Pon- planted very early,'I,presume, tie yield

hue. Upon this tree hung three apples Augustus, the family of the latte deep import. cignon are sentenced to a month's imprisonment .would have been satisfactory U LTlie Defiance .

; one of longish shape and white as weald have been persecuted for generations He'answers, "I dunno," and watchesher for their attempt, to carry was by. ,far the best, .. p+aduar.. ;
intently, and she hides a gape behind quality jjpod The, handsomest potato
milk; the second round and red ; the by .Alastor. There are. various off, Mile. Olga, and their,two principal ": ,

third little, shriveled and yellow. opinions about Alastor. Some of the her fingers.He auxiliaries to twenty and 'fifteen days was ..Rose's Seedling? ; all.large. Gnat

44 early writers he the is conscious of the fact that as he respectively. ; 'i..e' care was, .necessary in making the experiment
Youth," said the old man, "pluck and thought was sameas } minor accomplices s -

eat one of the apple ?. If the white,thou I Azael ; others that he was the rand has "said nothing" to Miss Pamela, a e fined sixteen francs each. The r : ,, which those". xho grow
is not recognized as a suiter, he is epotatoes expressly for, seed .wiUappce
wilt be the wisest of men if,the- red I, himself. volver shot fired by Mme. de Pointies
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J --- --- merely a caller, He knows he ought togo tiate. ,
thou wilt,be the richest ; if the yellow, On a train going into Detroit the other which we must suppose the court did
but he cannot makeup his mind to .
thou wilt tie !ngniarlyacceptable to all day -was a newly married couple, the the effort not consider serious was only punish_
old women. But make speed; the bride appearing to be about twentyliveyears he must now necessary rising and saying five francs fine.'a. What Boys Wish'to Be ome.
depart. .
charm loses its virtue within an hour." and'th'e''gro m being'a dapper -'
simple sentences as"I think it's
Gj&ar ruminated,with much perplexity. lit'lechap a year or two younger .\ time to "Ma The When i a boy has ceased to wish to to
go, or will be Gossip of Paris.
"If I know everything," thought he, lady who 'came i aboard at,:Wyandottetook me," seem to long for his expecting ; a clown he desires to drive ari engine! ,

"I shall know more than is good for a seat just ahead, and after a few tongue The Way People talk at the Theatre and when that ambition has passed his>
me ; if I become too rich other men minutes she heard' the pair criticising -he doesn't want to go., 'I'I >Iin the French Capital, next want is to go to sea. It is cnrioa
Why does dot Pamela's
will envy me. I will eat the yellow ap her bonnet and cloak and general style.Without : and "You father, rise ,, Overheard last night at the Cirque:' to observe the uniformity of ''dpinioo
say, desire to
pIe." And helid so. The old man showing the 'least resentment pay Do you know Lady'Lonsdale ? among boys on-these'matteri'' '. w i

aughed with,hl8, toothless mouth, and "a her countenance she turned around in daughter"' ; I approve ; take'my 1 have seen' her at ;the Opera and in never )rear of a lad passionately addons

exclaimed: "Good youth in sooth her seat and said.:. "Madam, will you the blessing'kitchen; and'gb away up-stairs, or to the Bois She:is elegant. to be a lawyer, and hiding Dimwit in
;or anywhere?
thou hast chosen the better part. What have your son'close the'window behind Why 'dues hot They say. she is to be married shortly corners in'order to read about the!hw,

need hast thou of the white apple? :you?" ,The 'son' closed his mouth instead that trustful Pamela's mother, i in to the Duke of Portland. nor probably' is a lad-a small,M-

.are already wiser than Solomon. Nor and the 'madam' didn't giggle ,fashion: prevalent in some Ah I tired of .widowhood : ca se CUN often 'found who devotes his days and
I country places; fold her bitting'and[
"needest thou the red apple, either again for sixtwm n miles. i W Feul.. wIt nights to thinking how delightful !ft
steal to
silently bed'
;away ? ,
thou wilt be i rich enough without, ..4 .. doesn't appears that her-.father, Sir Sas- must be to'be 'a'clergyman.' To be i
h... ..' Why ( Pamela get' them
and none will envy thee." "V ener- away' soon, is a veritable nabob. stork broker, broker, a farmerto te
somehow? Pamela
able sage," responded Giafar, "deign to Culls. 'head' gapes again. What do you say her name is ? ever Member of Parliament iiwt(
The the )
___ family ostentatiously
indicate to me the.dwelling of the Madame Gubbay. among the ambition of boys. 'HKJ

august mother of the Commander of A clean record* i. -The:" \laundry.bUL.a *;*1 with takes" the out clock.'his watch The, and comlatres'. 'it Ah, yes. Boulevard Malesherbes.She would be 'willing' to'shine as acton,

the FaithfuL" The old man bowed to The best -escalie=X ut'b e aroundwhen young man" moves cave a grand ball on Wednesday. i indeed,'but on condition that this

the ground and showed the way. And the fire occurs. ,his feet nervously, and kicks under the The top of the basket of the diplomatic pear with whitened cheeks and with
sofa the hat which
bashfulness has
Giafar is the greatest subject in D\ L. .feoinfe nkta'VlTo villain torbV self-i admen e corps and the haute banqut-nothing but leg of mutton and a hot poker 5a their
him to
.. ., prompted put on the tloor.ow .
ambassadors and Israelites.
pockets. Of hare ft1r
not engineering they
: ire very well done. S he decides that henever can
Clips. go. Naturally. The invitations were indorsed ideas outside the notion that an'engineer
II A"'man's miiid is like his bed-it low shall he go down on his knees and by the Bayonne
Alphonse de whether civil or otherwise ,is II
The fashion of fans must be made occasionally. feel for that, hat before Pamela ? The Rothschild
carping., was up and Madame Louis C weij.Then individual with a grimy face-a distinct
,"- .' / clock strikes l aniela's'
tali1 I ,41. again father
from the
time of
loin a'womau .we look Madame
Just so as retains her may upon e advantage to boys, most'of"whom

Henry VIIL;/:and, ;young men used maiden name, ;>her maiden .aim is to ha Pamela fallen'asleep and is snoring awfully. :Gubbay henceforward as a I'arisienne, abhor soap-wlio stands'behind'a locomotive

them in the 16th and 17th century. change it. oJ has stopped sa}iug4utythinThe e". category grarul j iit tire/ and makes it go along as fist.

Abdalla, the father of Mahomet, was Diamonds should t lie washed: regularly mother'has'given'up expecting, this Yes. They say she. to. going to,male he pleases, not to mention 'whistEif
good man to and is '
!. a poor camel driver, but so handsome ; but:it'is-net necessary to'fiang them at him young in solemn despair go .He..feels taring it Paris her home. whenever he takes it into lib head to.

that when he married two hundred So you were at the reception i of ){ IS
out on a line in the back yard. alL At last he onseigneur' enter a tunneL The sea, ho'weref,
struggles almost
despairing maidens died broken-heart Perrand at the' Academy on usually the boy's longest and m6 tean-
It is said that fashionable ladies won't stands on his head to look for lils.hat, Thursday ?
ed.The summer finds it/'SoI'S good night to the back est dream. :And it is not'niU eita-
go fishing unless they can of It
,was not brilliant at
all. roughed..
of Nothing
Egyptians to-day commencethe ordinary that the hardest, the
his host's bald and
get silk worms for bait. bolts to the lint and
building of a house. by tracing an | door. Ashe ,goer'down .the provincials. No toilets ; and, having jegard to the routiae'of to

outline plan 'on :the ground with the ,Two things go off In a hurry \narrow he happens to look back gardenpath and the good bishop'sspeech so dull.' discipline and the character of its members

aid of a sack,of plaster. dismissed from a bow, and a beau \ shadow on.the wh shade, and sees He quoted Poly ins. .' the' most prosaic of all'caffinp!

dismissed by a trite i stretching Really we must agitate the question should (
stand at the very'head tiM
Runrig is a term applied to a kind out its arms He
lh m4a wpful yawn.
of cultivation once common throughout The electric light is so much superior] hopes it is the :|old'ady," but, so that at the next Contours Hippiquewe professions an' inspiration ,of sentiment

Scotland, in which twe alternate to gas thatit, is,.a' wonder politicians awf ally"!ike lifissPamfla.ire *; may-have prizes for a> bltltTS, and of poetry and of romantic fancies
don't dispense with tlie.latter. not give everything to jumpers and trot The ''has '' the 'yooi
patches or ridges of a,field, belonged to sea 'a charm for
ters. In
different proprietors or tenai ts. It ratter annoys- a' woman after s. -. America they' always have which men can only understand hyj*

has had a child" christened some romantic Domestic, Economy Extraordinary special! prizes, for ambler e"s: coming boys gain in fancy, and thinking -
The leaves of the sunflower are employed ,, Do you think-there' is wtfflboys.
Indian name to learn that, the name anything"in out 'of the minds they had
by the Chinese as substitute for, the theory of the American'breedersabout : to"detero-
j translated means "old toots" Were it possible exactly
for with tobacco. Its fibre :: :
or mixing trotting aptitude depending as mine all that a lad dreams about tie+

they..use to adulterate aril' dye their I A Detroit barber has the lockjaw.; TA.highly; comic. .case,,,exciting' much much on the formation of the brain of a sea, the impulses which 'move him"

silken fabrics. None of,his customers are willingthat/ interest 'in the south: of 'France, has horse as on his legs? toward" Vhotf""
it, his ideas of life
White, the emblem of innocence and i he should find the combination.:. just been tried by the Carcassonne 3/on cher amt, why on 'earth do j-qu ship and the wonders of the world ifl:

purity; red, the color of passion ; blue, I A little bright-eyed boy;upon hearing Correctional,"a wMow"Tribunal,of ,Madame! 'dePointies wear gloves ? which the mariner sails,,we shoaU 4D4

constancy: green, hope; pink, love ; his father read the story of Joan of Arc : forty-seven' with What do you mean? the picture nti Jg' neither in Damn

violet 'frietidship'bnown,'indifferem-e r'e; a large landed property, inhabits a Don't you know that is is no the utter unlikeness -
was greatly moved by, her sad trials ; ''chateau with longer nor pathos-humor in

black, death and despair.An but when the 1"1..1115 reached where 'a'beautiful, girl an only twenty-one.child\, Mile. Olga, correct to wear gloves except when one of the truth, and pathos in tte
: only This is
Holland condemned she about'to; te burned death.W dancing or riding, or
old law in was to accompanying genuine, child-like imagination
lady ,had steward (
one Foucignon
a lady.?
be deprived of salt the stake the little fellow ". ,'i :one"
criminals to wholly poor could whOjiwith his wife flings its wonderlul light over
possessed her'entire ,.But
as the seterest1 punishment in that not contain himself any longer,but sobbingly It the prince of Wales. .- l the harshest and most unsympathetic
occurred Pone]
the g- .Yn c/itr
moist country. The effect was that clutched his parent's arm, 'and, nons that it would matter of gloves we human facts enriching it to such
pity'jfalj.thewealth : "
to imitate Louis
they were a prey to internal parasites. with big tears running down his plumb of Madame de Pointies and-ber Grande XIV< The 'degree that 'even the mature r>
Among the notes to the third chapter little cheeks, cried, "But, pa-papa, daughter should accumulate in a prosy i in:,the never-were gloves' except' captivated, by the boyish fanCY! ,
field d
of ,his (History" of, England' Lord 'Ma-' wh-c-re were the police?" fashion for' themselves alone. They, of battle. '.hunting' .. ,or on the field regards the sea from the standpointthe

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OpTyB: -, of 'out his words slowly, with | I'll do. '1'11 make it five down, and a

.q; .. SH.1 and of restrained but rising fifteenth. .share of the net, if it.runs a
y' UITOYitBEa.Iyjthe71 Supplication.
';.', : # power to '; "I haven't sent for you, and, fortnight There S.!I'* /l .0"'' 1' ,
lrust1'iold- Traveling, footsore lone
! :&aD weary,
, )., oa the marsh bold. girl, who am dying, in the,D me' of God, if It' was'a magnificent offeri; and thejubilant To Thy Cross I cling;
, :. bent the eedC" shrink : have anything human,about : Sob and sigh: and dreary moan,
''. ;;. & sea pool's frosty brink. manager as, withV"l: hope I All to Thee I bring.
f9' ia frGID..'Welt.the prnd-cloud lies : and saw letpie die topeace." .'He. drew don't .intrude. ,he' peeps! playfully Can I come? ,
: -5y a _1ri1d is the Autumn ,with them ,chose. to'h'ii i. round the door into the chamber of ,
mournfully # .4 '* t- Once I tracked the desert sand;
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:.'j:::=_ ad Uhereetleaa&ea. for she other glared at him in earnest. death, knew itMagnificent : Fainting famishing burned;
-.p consented Jii 3Iystaff was broken in my hand,
' "rjrrl. iIatia1..:: however as it was, it Then to Thee I turned.-
r riif'-a+1M t-p$D ij"r Ii th' manb- In Jgge; oughly ,, this is your gratitude is it 1;' met no'. resP, nse. A swooning. girl Thou- wert?near."

':.1', 4' _. b the sunny the,noon, 'X', ...' form I ,.with set teeth. 'Well, it's knelt by a .figure:::t at.Ia'yprone'in- \ an When my heart was in the flood
y MC aihado trin ool. been like you.., 'You've always been. the with waves of woe. '
, dim and awful stillness a ron bed Trough
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'U white" calls; .where3$ I never been'grateful for'anything Thy Body through Thy Blood.
tbelcrfrbwhea&oBob while something and ashlen cowered .. Asked I faith's reflow
.JroII! : -- I uneasy :. .
', .. ilaeaU1'Ol8-1eafralla.fades; and the fie at. himself. has ever'done' ,Here ancioached in'corns 'ti. f' $ -OJ) In Thy name.

, 'ne w.t-bI the sea's taint thbit: !I t. So, \ come down'fromtown. merely to Mr....Sidney.Tataagon'e practiced i) *J When the shades of death.fall. low'O'er ,

,, ar ', y;; ._ given could. do,.with jour girl l.. if my earthly strife '
lived abuse took bJ' thetabflau..a: glanCei'aiidnoted Will Thy Crown Immortal glow. ,
s you its defective stage management. On my fading life, .
His First, and Last Success. love. and, ; hadn't , out of half a Saviour mine? ,
"This hasn't been '.', ..hethoughtjather '
messes-yes over and<< over again. .Be a lamp in the chamber if you.cannot -

"Poor fellow,;.he seems ill this time They yoa back >h"er -tj Against ('P,1et do soberly to himself. be a star in the sky.. .' *'

What a pity it is he had to ? fot ineslejd i to .And fr right. (
dietie ave
'( i I b i : $Tbyj :flit ;) .. Iras,f Keep your promise to the letter, be-

1 WE write so grandly and, not keep to .ters did work-house and }'ou.kuow,jt. "Act'III"' had 'not, been rehearsed.- prompt an I exact. and it will save you

' tl ,,' r.1 '., years, you rail at me like a madman. But it had had a little more"backbone"Imt much trouvtaand care through life and

M ..Cipsei) number three, passed after better look out, and not drive into it, and now-the curtain_ was win yen the respect and 'trust .of 'yoa
: the breakfast table and away- too far." ,
t Irtfer across down, and the play was over. friends.
Her husband passed
woe clotted cream: Bartholomew C'livehac notlnuch
: his ,brother's handwriting quiet of : ,. When thou wishest delight thyself;
diwid: up was human about him; but it
y II- himself think of the virtues of those

,with a'slare.. to business cial him this was a neat speech, and I For the Young. with thee.i; for instancetheaacti: ityt of. .
nature: Keep town
"Ke pta it with The child.made
'TOU ean.' Confound,the fellow. ,He a second : v m t'toward point.him.J She tried to ... ,.; .-I, ii-.,, .., 1. /i",;. ( :one and the modesty of another:. theilierality
> of a third and some 'other.
never mabwa half-penny by his-wretchedgribbldng or ill, he but her quivering voice broke in TheFox andthe Cat.

; of_keeps if he does. Only had She could only clasp her fathar It happened cue day that a' cat,met'; a good quality of the fourth.

;a few years ago they came bothering me how in her arms. He was sitting up fox in a wood, and as she thought lie NEGLECT.-In all the great towns

for five pounds to bury the boy, and now more, in bed now-a wild, fatal Hush in was smart and experienced, and had a and cities how many hundreds' and

the daughter' writes for five pounds original cheek. His tartly young brother good position in the world, she was in- thousands are dying of neglect? Grant

BWT -I Suppose tO bury him. I'm sick his coat with an instinct of self-preserva clined to be very polite and attentive to that the< church of to-day, with its

fit they must manage with two." quity of drawn near to the door that led to him, and said : "Good morning, good chapels and tract distributions, and its

Bartholomew Clive, of the firm of belonged Mr. Fox how ?show Christian charities, and its mission
I Mr. sitting-room beyond, for he did not are fadu are you :
Harbingw; Harbinger & Clive, wrote Ring." being cursed by.anjbody, even on a getting en ? I hope these hard timesdo schools is doing more.then the church.

,the check,and sent it, payable to order The bed, but in a war of words, with not affect you?" The haughty fox of yesterday ; is it doing anything like

. and ,carefully crossed, to his, eldest did, that I retreat before him, it greatly looked at the cat from head to foot, and its duty ?, We call ourselves followers of

:He had managed'by'judiciousconduct for time hesitated whether he Christ. lie went out into the.highways
brother, were him to have the last. ,And so a long
'la the'course of' a family quarrel -. playbill, took the handle and held the door. should answer- a\ all- ; but at last he replied and hedges ; preached in Ce streets and

many :to.o t the latter "You miserable lick-whisker lanes, and on the hillsides, mingledwith
years ago, tan not noticing that, as he did so, :
from his birthright ;but it is only fair:to purpose figures entered the sitting-room you simpleton you mouse-hunter I publicans and sinners ; brought the-

him to)say that he had hated 'him honestly nius. from the. other. ... modest. entrance what are you thinking of? IKyrouknow harlots and'drunkards bbuf'ht' n' ;left
and cordially ever since. Having, ". you the ninety and nine in the fold to go into
known. opened on the grimy flight of stairs what you are doing when : ventfu
m the course of his matri- me ?.. Wb.t, understand the wilderness after the one that had
moreover, They :* i .. to question do youi -
monial experiences; led to the altar the in the the clean-shaven ? What can you pretend to do?" strayed away ; passed by all the homesof

heiress to a great'tallow interest, sub- MS., of new tobacco comers tempered were with gas,, "I can only iloT one thing ; I understandbut priests of Jerricho. to,be..a guestHof
scribed regularly to several missionary answered the'cat' modestly. the half-heathen Zaccheus. When we'
ing had braid upon their coats. One one art, -
societies, locked up a rich relative in a Here brand-new hat. This "And, pray, what is that?" in- gather in our aesthetic churches, pay
quite a ''
Bad house; earned a reputation forMing as with the quired the fox: "When the dogs are $100 to 1,000 a' year for fifty sacred
Mr. Sidney Tarragon, manager
Teal, but solvent, suffering, fair hair Theatre Royal The other w.s after me, I can ron up a tree and save concerts, accompanying as many sacred'orati
rierevermet'with at the moderaterate ns, and delectate ourselves with,
; girl of "rich brown myself. "Is that all? replied the
of:60 .cent and married three by; wig, an the dim religious light of an exquisitely
I masterof
( per : a mist too excellent set of teeth, and fox, pontemptuously. am
wives,'all:three for their money, it is of a thousand arts; and besides these, decorated and luxuriously warmed and.
superfluous to add that he was widely pair eYl"glasses.t night, carpeted and cushioned church,',and are
failing made and with the first I ha.a. whole sack full of cunning .
bon as altogether a "safe man." up tricks. I pity you I Come with me thrilled by the eloquence ora' popular
he did not look
eye."I of the wardrobe,
Of,'*;different 'mold. was his elder what \ than about forty-seven as Romeo. and I'll show; you how to deceive the preacher, or the musicof

brother,Anthony. He did not believe dogs." At this moment a hunter with a skillfully trained choir; give a
he had I
had been said that played
in tallow;but he twice beggared himselfto in his hair. He four.,dogs came by ; the cat sprung cordial invitation to respectable sinners,.
fiveyears own
his,last,half-penny to save a,friend. water, an eminently ago useful member of the nimbly up a tree, and concealed herself who belong to our set, and are f fable to

He was cmgedwith that amiable leprosy smile Tarra effectually_ among the Cleaves nand pay our price for'admission Ito our
/ was Mr. Sidney
which people"who know about'it. call an chatter leading man. 1: branches;from whence she' caJQeddpwntoherxcompanion. Christian church, and keep all others

artistic nature. He wept like a child It Open your sack, out, are we following Him who came

when his father, who had wronged him, two came in on tip-toe, looked friend fox open yonr.sack I" but the to seek and to save that. which

died. He forgave the brother who had a broken man them', listened, smiled, nodded to dogs had already seized him,* and 'held was lost ?-Christian Tin.
otber ril1' finally sat down in an
robbed him.,He had,too, vague theories follows him fast. "Oh!"? said..,the eat, f'with .
of rapt attention on the resis
that life"was meant for something no- all your arts, I see you're caught ; had Fefnininities."No .
bler than the.'skinning,of society for edges of two unsteady horse-hair -
the you only known how, to. climb a tree,
There was a moment's pause. said a bellerio electric'
what could. be cot'out of it. Moreover, you would have saved your life." Dear > ,
sent a nervous earnest voice broke light for it can't be turned down
be wrote. .In a word: ,he was altogether third of a children, never boast-Youth's Comp. me ;
,annnfe man silence: low enough.
The Wolf.andthe Lamb..
But there was' a Grub Street in those letter Leave me- you coward. !" .it cried. The modest young woman who

days and most of those who lounged of the ave me.. -;Msn't' :'ltenoughh,to have One hot day in June, a wolf and .a "turned all. colors"' has given up the

up and down it out at elbows, knew glorious the;iight'bf'.,wh'ale life, lamb came just at the same, time to business owing to the multiplicity of

Anthony. He did not make much of a Could here across my death-bed you must quench' thirst in the stream- of'a new shades.

figure in their literary world-it was so and'cast .your. hideous'shadow? clear brook that ran down the"'side of'a i who
] Alady spent $100,000 her: own
stupendous.. 'Yet they had done what you wince because I, who have high hill.
have the in
i money during, war aiding
they could for him-they.had made him Waters { you-yes" seventy times 5e'enand The wolf stood on the high ground ; wounded now living in great

one of themselves:' They had done this alllll> hoping {hat a change might the lamb was on low ground a good way poverty, in Ashville, X. C.
ty giving him ing on on you, have' held my peace I II
along clay pipe, a pot I off from where the wolf stood:
of potter and'' clear the long,_ long years of your "Oh said
showing him 'the way say a l> But the wolf did not wish to be at pa, a young lady, "why
to 'Parnassus; that classic mount I'm your brutal indifference not get a fir tree ?',It would be so econo-
peace with the lamb, so he said to him,
*M ucended thus in those days. you on you when the eleventh hour Why do you spoil the nice drink ? mical to raise our own. furs, and. then

; So Anthony'looked upward, with a call on struck, and tell you I call God to You make it thick and black with the we could raise whatever, kind we

.long day.pipe! and pot of, porter, and little leading that, spite of myself, the very mud that jou stir up I" wanted."
I bear the bloat that flows !
himself very
fojmd at the ripe age of five- and "How much older should husbandbe
The lamb was in a great fright
a4-tfcnty my veins are utterly hateful to poor *
"somebody. As "some- this. ''
than his wife? Edith. Three to
and said in a mild tone of voice "Sir
I 1"keas' because of the mysterious curse ,
familiarly slapped on the
rack in the club has made them common to us how can I spoil the drink ? It flows five years is usually sufficient ; but, if i
with a guinea entrancefee
,and hailed :; Does this sound so terrible to from your part to mine, not from mineto he is\'el'rich, fifty or iixty years ia f
by; some of the first intel- allowable. ;
:tsof,the time, and'',by a good many '' ? back to the day when, yours ; but I would not spoil your

,lithe second as "Tony." Before him, ing at l smooth words, proffering your aid drink if I could. The census proves that the number of .

amore, was a future of ho common "The a brother,you robbed me like a thief. Be all that as it may," said the persons in a family in the United Stated

order._Idanycorttributors of verses to nothing back, I say, to that day, and tell wolf, "you are .no friend of mine; I isa small fraction over five In some

Papera: would have given loving with the last words that I shall ever have been told that you spoke ill of me families the husband is the small' fraction

their,eyes for such an opening. Tony At from your lips, tell me, if you can six months since-let me ,think, yes, over. ,;

?wired 'this with a tell me if you dare, that for the just half a year since." -
sterling fact and"vas "Is it true that when a wild goose's ,;
1lItefi 'Here cruel you did me then, you have not Then not told the truth, ,
he was instructing a you were mate dies it never:takesanother?" asks ;
.ctrtain me a malignant and undying sir said the meek lamb for at the .
sometimes an uncertain- a young widow., 'Yes, but don't worry-
jwjtoa of' the, British public at the rate and sat ever since. You answer-noth- time you name I was not born." about that. The reason it acts that wayis

d77e did. olumn. Having, notwhhe" chair. ; but-whiten as I speak; whiten "Then if it was not you, it was your because it is a goose.
'A The voice of the
speaker was
Ibndit1g Jbjs
method afilascending. dam and that is all one-all sheep,
,, Ito this he fell back feeling for some- ., .
"" 1 (- -eonsiderable oi depth and ; rams, ewes and lambs are bad-you ..." '
Ctlture 1U d the with his thin hands, as one in IIerr Bretiel_(who has just had a telephone -
wit.ha1.a"qu.iet.:.sense q shall die I will sieze you and kill you
it'atrpck.hutfthat, :u d iiiab11 r but There was a child's agonized at once." put up, calls for the repairer next

,ion. twice and then the last words came. day)_"Look a-here, my vrent, tidu't
,this .
work. pit was not The wolf then made a meal of the
et1 it is-over the sinking man dole dot dellerv one shbeat
: .*!*kind! .which: he had proposed a lamb. you me ,
'to.h1Di a t1f a Wrt"time, since 'whendegreeat"Cambridge. Mr. in broken accents, H for poor Chennan and gouverse in Cherman 2 ,

; ing.b : He -and I say to you-with-my _.., IepairerYes, sir." Herr B.-

,**a looked to a more exalted platform. "I breath'I forgive you-brother.7 '! Veil, py chiminetty I dalk Cher.

,A PPetual.loungevin.the. company of. ne}".'' ) child; it's over; God help me." The Trawler gives us the imPortantnews man to dot dellervone yesterday, mit

We-Addison,.Goldsmith, ,Thackeray the There was a prolonged burst of ape that a well-formed slotted fawn bolideness, unt py unt py it say,

'thLJr1117' was what that magic n from the four hands in the little was born at the deer-p ark on the _Comm. "Hello.phat air ye jabberin' Come off,

,a literary career," had con- The mon, this morning: It is to 'be hoped ye ould Dutchy I ton'd allow no \j

1Ired Up for him Literat1 re.was not visitor "Capital! that's what it wanted. the mother enjoys the "thrift that follows dellervonfi to sass me dot vay. Donner- '

Qn1 to supply, him with a comfortabler l in.his '\ kept all the fat for the finish, fawning.Commacial Bulletin. himmel Dake it avayLife..

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The ..
'-'",: Jacksonville Herald wants a cooven Lr..U.L. ,
tion of evening papers to'be held at ;f .ti 0'ICEOF.FIt.iL
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Savannah. pUs Land Office at Gainesville _

'PCDII coIa has s hue ball club that. >' SPILLS) CASH CASHAVHEREP NOTICE is hereby gh-en Aprilll5Sl.yi } .

willing to play any, other club .in ,the lowinguamedsettler hu filed that.the bl. "

State for$100. Where is the Herald. Base his intention to make final uotke ot
,Ball Club t 'PHEW RICH BLOOD port of his claim and that said Proof In> 1IIp.

.... be made before A. root"ill!
The Government has had Aid wUl. 1'1-.. aa.blood In the A. Stewart,
printed the entire system in three month*. Any per- Titusville Fla.. on erka:
p result of tea growing in Florida. The flea wk*will .... 1 Pill each night from 1 to U ...... **V*. vattond' to sound viz: Berrian Nan Monday of May* ,19fi
.. .. niTif'r1--r.1>*ri.fPrt- for AT THE Titus, iii
coring J aatoCo*.l t.these PflU have BO Homestead Entry No. ,
pamphlet' can be had by addressing Dr. U ML rkjsMsns.. nn them In tfmlr prarflns Bold TSTywhwsor eat tQ 1-4 of S E 1-4 section 80o for th*,J t
Loring,- 'Commissioner- of Agriculture, ..ta.tS ap* tied ter......1iJ& L 8.JOHXgQK a co.. >BO8TQy MASS. 1... and S W Wot SW14 31.ands: i.leetsfr

Washington, D. C. CROUP ASTHMA BRONCHITIS. OUARTI.RI township 21 south range 35 esst 1ectfo1l33

Forty-six)'em.Astor, or.the place Joax8o11'aA tOD1 Twmwatau He names the following pl

where Astof is situated, was used by(Ien.>.to..l.,.p1e1ae nun..tars.. till.!.clots. MM Mttt Will MT cultivation prove his continuous of said residence upon ta
a frM ..& tt land viz
ar l *
lay a Bantu. STORE :
Scott, while,fighting the Indiana u his trn.arr. II tlsa[ .... ger, E.P. Wilber. J. 1:. Watson 1101e1)eQ.
base for suppfie JONNION' ANOPJJI! LINIMENT It"t Rose,all of Titusville. Fla. .. I.

In Marion : =. =: c 33 L. A.
wells. lately county while they"digging""dig" artesian one at arl............. Ma" JSrwa fc ...a' a aUa .._..=:CO".1IAaa.' :=: TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. I Register United States Land BaRn Office.

Lake Weir shark's tooth was discovered ItrawltkanraMt>tetnrtostaftfsr 111171 UE. -
Ilea. as use rewd.r
sob for
.- at a depth of 142 feeL y MAKE HENS Land Office,
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April 19. 1883. }
:& j'-- -----o- NOTICE
MIBCELLANEOUaHOME .... ......lll.llM..."' _-* -n Ooadltioa.1"0.._. --. OM SMiiuasjMjssadl fiat Is hereby given that the fol-
"'I tbra ClIo.-mt.w n. L .."ngWTln." flnfTOt.... lowing-named settler has filed
his Intention to make final notice: af
proof In
port of his claim and that said gyp o

WALTONVHANN: & CO, The Oldest and :Most Reliable Place of cult be made court before at Titusville A.A. Stewart Fla. proof Clerk-c4.

June 2, 1883. viz Satordt .
: Andrew
J. i
PLOW BItANDOrange LaGrange, Fla., Homestead Carter.
Saar, 1arawat BUSINESS Entry No.
eswelat .
9,987 for the N i of S W J and lot
Home At Last. of section 33, township 20 Xo.C
John Howard Payne,author of the In> Tree and Vegetable Manure. 33 east. lID
on Indian River in He names the
mortal"Home Sweet Home" was a Dealing following witness to
wanderer without a home who often had prove his continuous residence upon lid
not a roof over his bead, and who died PREPARED EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable cultivation of said land, viz: WouBaley,
tar away from native land and friends. Florida. It will produce a heavy, but sound and healthy growth on growers of General A.J. Pace. Rufus Herndon and Richard
His remains hare been transported from and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of growing fruit. trees, Merchandise Herndon,all of LaGrange Fla.

Tunis to Oak HOI Cemetery,Washington TTletter WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and In the 52 L.A. BARKIS,
D. C., where they will rest until the last tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.IT Register United States Land O lee.
trumpet bids him rise to that Home. None but ttrictty first-flats goods are
Sweet Home, where homeless ones shall IS SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED FOR PINE-APPLES. NOTICE.
rest forever. Land OffiCE at Gainesville. I'lL ,

Isflcal Eons ire HUM Homes. WALTON, WEANS & CO., bought and sold at this Stand. NOTICE is hereby given May that l the, 8S3.1

Yes,our homes can be made happier Wilmington, Del. Ing-named settler has filed notice follow
and sweeter through the refining Influences intention to make of his
of music. Pot in the Piauo or the Auk Captain McLean of the loop "Agnei' to bring you a tact of the of his claim,and that said proof in support

.Organ,provide the latest Music,gather -o- made before A. A. Stewart proof, Clerk will bo
In the children and the neighbors and court at Titusville, Brevard circuit
make the old home PLOW BRAND. county,Fla.,
ring with sweet and on Saturday, June 30, 1883, viz: John
Inspiring melody. Houston, (one of the heirs
Where to get the Piano or Organ. JN O. ANDERSON, of Ormond Agent for East and South Florida. Remember A Dollar will buy exactly Houston deceased), of Eau Oallle.Samuel Fla.L.

Send to us,of course. No other House lid. No.5,92or the lots 7.8.& H, Sec.
North or South can give such bar. IS. Township 32 S, Range E.
gains. We lead alL Ten you Grand Makers COLLINS & CO. HARTFORDEstablished $1.00 worth.Established He names his the following witnesses to
prove continuous
and over BOO styles to select from. Low- cultivation residence upon and
est Bock Bottom Prices. Easiest terms of said land viz:R.C.Creech
for Maker's 1826.MANUFACTURERS A. P. McMillan.J.O. Simmons, and J.
payment. names on all instru In 1873. T.
ments. No of Eau Gallie.Fla.
stencil or cheap Instruments
sold. Only house In America selling Pi 5 w5; L. A. BARNES, Re .ter.

anos and Organs on the one pnce plan. Address orders to NOTICE.U.
Uniform to all.Purchasers
direct. Every man his own Agent. S. Laud Office at Gainesville Fla.

PIAN08-- )O, .225, $250, $300. April 23, 1883.}

ORGANS***, $30, $50, $75, $100. :HL... :! .. The Headquarters Store, this COMPLAINT office by Frank having Forster been against entered John at
Sent on IS days test trial. No
money Ellerberger for
abandoning his
required until satisfaction -
Is 4
given. Six entry No.5185,dated
Titusville, Fla. april 26,1877,
months :
exchange privilege. Six years ..' upon the lots 3.6, 5, and 7, Section 27,
guarantee. Every 'inducement that can Township 31 south, Range 39 East in

lustrated honestly be extended; send for latest Il The Florida State Gazetteer Brevard county, Florida, with a view to
Catalogues,special offers,Price the cancellation of said the
entry: said
lists and
We hereby summoned
and we will if we get half a chance. at this Office appear
OF BUSINESS DIRECTORY on the 14tb day of June 1883
at 3 o'clock p. m., to respond and furnish

Violins SMALL Martin MUSICAL Guitars INSTRUMENTS., Accordeons, Axes Hatchets Picks Containing the names, business and address donment.testimony concerning said alleged aban

RIchter Harmonicas Concertinas, Flutes -of the- L. A.Bau.ES. Register.
Flfea. ,
Clarionets, Drams, Dobson
banjos, 1 w3 JOHN F ROLLIXS.Receiver.
TamDOiines Organlnas. Immense stock. AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY Merchant, Professional & Buineaa men, '

Direct for Retail importation.Catalogues.Lowest prices; send TOOLS FOR FARMS AND and the principal farmers and land NOTICE.U.
GANLWIITALIANSTRLNGS owners, orange groves and plan
Handsomest and best in the wide world. Also, PINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS tations, together with aSkttchoAll Complaint May 18, 1SS3.;
having been entered this
Our special brand;sold for ten years past Of all sixes and prices from 95 Office at
to $30. by W.C.
Used by the best violinists. Price 23 cts Also, Plowing "M***. Cilia, Towns and Villages, Tyler for Bonnell against U. P.
each.Guitar.85 eta per set for Violin, $1 25 for by writing to will the receive makers valuable Information, catalogues, &0., And how to reach Information.them and other valuable try number abandoning 6.675. dated his June homestead 13. 1378 en,

thing SHEET published.MUSIC. Immense stock.Every- COLLINS & CO.. 212 Water St.. New York.PARSONS' This important work will be issued just No.upon 2 the and lot 3 Section No. 7, 26.Section Township 23 and 29 lots 8,

Over 300,000 Everything published. as soon as the labor of collecting Range 38 E,In Brevard county, Florida,
on shelves.
reduced. Music Books In our endless variety.Price and compiling the facts can be accom with a view the to the cancellation of said
entry: said
Thousands Catalogues of teachers supplied. :; I plished. To the business commu- to appear parties at this are Office hereby on the summoned 26th-

BAND IN8TR UMENTS Brass and Sil- IllS nity this: will be the most valuable book day respond of June and, furnish 18S3 at 10 o'clock a. m. to

ver, German, French and American. Rotary that has yet been published about I ing said testimony concern-

Valves,Light Piston,Genuine Cour- '.WU1_ I.wy.ks. tII.\1.....{.,.. .../........ .. Florida. alleged abandonment."aTOTWZLT wash{. WU1"" .0..PILL Price, $5. to be sold L. A. BURJJES
& ... by ,
.... liegister.
toU. Banda trww subscrip

competition fmnnlled meet; lend with for full catalogues.urta. All .,-... ..'.a-'e..e.taPWa4t1..Ptn.l.Mwal.fapa.n..l..Ilwn.aoU.t....&qui. .ftau... OB1Te0..,...i.YM.tM.t><. .If a w.uwr q. IIH.rlflt.eti. ....."I._" tion. 5 4w JOIIK F. ROLLINS. Receiver. .

HOME, SWEET HOME. Our new popular Rates for Advertising: NOTICE.
Home Magazine, :Monthly. 60 cents SPORTSMEN'S U. S.Land Office at Gainesville Fla.
DE 1
illustrated. BAllY Page with book 150.
per year; Cheapest magazine i Page with book$30Agenta May 23.1883./

in existence; specimen copy free. Premi R. C. SCRIM6EOUR MERCHANTS' lf wanted in Complaint
um Album containing over$4.00 worth LINE, every county, to Office having entered at this
by Deborah B.
of music given each subscriber. DOUBLE whom liberal terms will be Cleveland against
TatiiHst- Naturalist DAILY. oflered/TSt Trueman
Every Mutual Went Vanderlip, for abandoning his
Supplied at
Birds animals mounted Carrying the L'. 8. Mall. GUSHING e& APPLEYARD Homestead Entry 'o. 5,1S6. dated April
Mien t Bats' South Me House for Anatomy.with some respect Pubs., 2 6, 1877, upon the lots 3, 4.5,and 9,

SAVANNAH, GA. Everything appertaining to shooting Elegant Side-wheel Steamers. P. O. Box 1042.] Jacksonville, Fla. in Section Brevard 26. Township 31 S,Range 39 E,
and fishing to be found at establishment REGULAR MAIL. county, }Florida with a view
The my
Gnat TVholetak to the
& Organ Depot cancellation of said the
and at reasonable entry
of the South.OISHLY rates. GEO.M.BIRD.Capt.G.J.Ueroler.U. Valuable [Property said parties are hereby summoned to appear -

Also dealer In the Celebrated Lion B.PLANT Capt.J.W,Fitzgerald.ANITA. For Sale I at this Office on the 12th day of July
$20. brand of Asbestos paint In all colors .Cape,C.U. Brock. 1883. at 10 o'clock a. m. to respond and r
ready for use. The best and cheapest One of the above-named steamers will Thirty acres of land in the City Point furnish testimony concerning said alleged
paint ever Introduced for House or Boat De Bary wharf foot of Laura treet.daUy Hammock. Splendid abandonment.
use. 011 stoves In great variety, suitable rept Suntlar.atS' p-m. for FALATBt. S."URD. Wire Fence new galvanized L.A. BaRXES, Register.
> .
for family or boat use. landings.EXTEitFRISE and all intermediate around twelve acres. Five 5 4t JOHN F. ROLLINS. Receiver

LINSEED OIL WARRANTED PURE. ROSH Capt.J.L.Amazeen. Hundred young and healthy Orange trees
Forty bearing trees. NOTICE.
Pratt's Celebrated Astral l Oil always inI I FREDERICK DE BART,Capt.Lea Vogel. Front. Six acres as fine Beautiful River Six:months after date I will present to
HTELAKA.Captain J.8.)(attheaoD. cane and banana his Honor J.A. McCrory Judge of the
One of the land aa there is in the
above-named state. county.conrt 01
leaner wil Adjoining Brovard ,Fla.
STOCK.Triple leave county my
DeBarr wharf foot of the final
Laura land
.(ally xovpt Saturday at 4 30 street of the Hon. Wm. H. Sharpe.. accounts and vouchers as admInistrator -
p. m. and from
plated "Table" ware from the S, F.and W.Railway wharf at 3 ]I. m., for Here is a good opportunity for of the Estate of Samuel Moore late
House of Holmes Booth Palatka.Sanford Enterprise and any one of said county deceased
Hayden. diate landings. interme desiring to make and ask for a final
a good investment discharge
Lanterns I as as such Administrator.
,Razors Combs
Nick Nacks Connects
at Palatka with Florida Southern the place must be PuciEas D.
In endless variety. Railroad for Gainesville and Oeala. sold. Titles perfect. March WESSON, Administrator.

Connects at Astor with St.Johns and Lake Parties intending to purchase can make 29,1883. (43.6m)
Cigars,Tobaccos Pipes Eu.HtU Railroad for Fort Mason.
Talaba.Lees- enquiries of Dr. O. W. Holmes
burg and all points on the Upper Oclawaha. or Hon.
and all smokers articles. Connects at Tolosia with coaches for Or W. H. Sharpe. For terms and further

When you cannot find niond and Daytona. particulars address A. P. Perham lsattes s ut tw ssas.-
Connects at Sanford with Sooth Florida Quit
what you want In the other stores In Ti road for Longwood.sfaltland. Apopka city Rail man Ga or R. C. Perham City Point Fla.
tusville just give R.C. S. a call and you Altemonte. Orlando. Klssimmee and with or canfer with
steamers for Lake Captain Peter
will be Jessnp Salt Lake and Wright of
PHILADELPHIASINGER sure to get suited. lUllge and lnaUan ter.... Rook the fast .
Connects sailing sloop "Mist" who will ..
MACHINE C. J. Daytona and New Enterprise Smyrna and with Titusvl coaches 1 for carry parties to see the property. TN.r to <
HECTOR Upturning Mall steamers leave Enterprise iSSSJHBESHEBSg*
EQUAL TO oUT SINGER IN THE MARKET. every morning at 7 and Sanford at 7 90 a. m., .
The above cut the and 9 making close FOR
ular represents most pop 8.F.and W. Railway for all connections with SALE ........".prtaAtll_Wittsf.WW_ &P4
for points
style the
people which we offer Hardware and East and West. North A fat-bottomed boat, &Taera Ce.lY..f.1 0JIa
you for the very low price of 920. Re sloop-rigged.
member,we do not ask you to par until 49-Throogh The steamers bills of of this lading line given to all points. Twenty-three feet long, with a comfortable NO PATENT NO PAY.

you have seen the machine. After having in every respect. are all first class cabin, and new sails. Good breadth Obtained for Mechanical de.
examined it If It Is not all General For farther of beam vices.
we represent Produce Information apply at General insuring good carrying and Compound>ed lps.
return It to us at our expense. Consul Ticket Office corner Bay and Laura Streets. Boat is capacity, as to ULoeu.> An preliminary examination: .
your Interests and order at once,or send W.B.;W.&.TS05.Manager. perfectly tight and sails well- "Guide patentability tor Obtaining of Inventions, m*. Our
I C.11.rexWTCK.Gen.Pass. Also Patents" li sent tree
for circular and testimonials. Agent.NAVAL a good mule, of small Zl', that will everywhere. Address-LOUIS B.\GUElt.tCO.

Address No. 17 N.CHARLES Tenth A.Wood & CO.. MERCHANT, ==, a;.:: BlnlE work anywhere. For further particulars Solicitor otPa&enb.Washington D.C..njHRSb .

St., Philadelphia. Pa. Melbourne. New uui rnphic Ptctorui HiMory. )!char 1ft is em Florida. Wucki. &,Modjcal frat. $ ; I OFFICE, IVr.r
o..cSIUrnJ V.S.T D Ioo.
November 10th 1SSO. Adder ( .
ft 47 I.C MtClTKBI*CXX.6Jt Chcntnt iL.rhirdtipit.r.. 47 2m Titusville .
Fla. 4un 2
.... J 9 li Jsl J fi K. Adlres.
J.C McCvaoV&CO.,rbioJel...a.'..

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: ',- '-,.'" ...J.r\f'I' '.. 'r '.'1' '. ... .. 4, '.I ,' !
': c\ fr" "f'UN xERED'x. lady-like in appearance;give a very slim, Poisonous Flowers. ) Home Economies. form the staple of.that soupe auu
" -'J'W ..k. ,: I clean look to large feet ,
or stoat limbs.
>.q't1.>.1'i; *'- : are t t herles which a French lady will order
There plants whose leaves
many ,
!i. ionthebroadepanse night .,. i Even, ..lisle- ,thread stockings. are again fllshown wers and seeds contain virulent poisons ,To CLEAN TARNISHED P AL'iT.- for herself after a long and tiring jour-
fij ,
the formless nponO with:'colored 'embroidered me- Boil pound of bran in one gallon df ney.< Carrots, as containing a quantityof
:= ligljts ione .
i IlroP.hecy.oC
f 1f= wait the I which e should know,so
tI 'n;their daJab'JgDl caDcel dallionebn the instep. They are chiefly as to avoid them and keep the children least an hour, and wash the : sugar, are avoided by some people,

t.....;!.'V'-L.I.h- a__ II&hat& '-_in U-the.g,mornm blouom. <<.g trona.&Dee-. .tho.. pretty with saloons, wash'.dresses, etc. from'them. paint with tbe'bran water. while others complain of them as indi-
IN" "'' The popularity, with .black:stockings gestible.' With regard to the latter
' "' Buttercups possess a poisonous [property To WASH RED FLANNEL. To
Dg til upon tbe Western height. a, fashion' which.>t has, come, tonsimm accusation, it may be remarked, in
their.evening. towers ad= which disappears when the flowersare wash red or scarlet flannel, when soiled,
O'Y England, as so many fashions do paasing, that it is the yellow core of the
dried in hay ; no cow will feed upon mix a handful of flour in .a quart of
lk tJAlA1 1', now-a-days, continues as great as ever. them, while in blossom. So caustic are bid ,water and boil ten minutes. Add carrot j that is difficult of digestionthe -

i-3SA;;t o:the& brink of twilight: !, r And this; despite the fact that the the petals, that they ,will,sometimes in this to some warm suds and wash the outer, a red layer, is tender enough.In .

$lr"i\'a-* $," ''daW'1't pale opening portal. black always cracks off, and that in hot flame'the skin of tender fingers.; Every flannel gently; rinsing rather than rubbing Saxony the peasants,have recourse to

"( "" -QJ-d. be quivering eyelids AH, weather is.. a. fashion that becomes child'should be cautioned against eating it. Rinse it in.three or four warm an infusion of carrots as a specific for
a of silence fade. positively uncleanly, soiling the underclothing jaundice. The large sweet onion is
1j atheflP them indeed it is desirable waters and the
.,,,$ rA:: ...,. ; to.caution brightest scarlet will
" "',. and the ,bottom rich in those alkaline
of elements
,. -,. white very
; children about tasting the petals of never lose its color. Soft soap or olive
l't ', '' Chat.- dresses.' .Hpwever: ..with a Oxford any flower, orputtingleaves into their: soap should be used for woolen goodsin which counteract the poison of the tlaen-

, '. Fashion tie, a fine black lisle thread or a ,mouths, except those known to be harmless preference to bar soap. rnatic.gout. U slowly stewed in weak
" black'silk stocking is the very hand- broth and eaten with alittlenepauil pepper
r possible af- To REMOVE PAINT WooD
y Bow are the gayest | FROM
somest that can be worn. Nothing is so The oleander it will be found to be an admirablediet
have contains a deadly poisonin Where it is to
i Spring., They are large, necessary remove paint
I istto stylish nor so becoming to the foot. Asa for patients of ,studious and sedentary .
its leaves and flowers and is said to
I. eccentricrlooking handles, mostly entirely, this is generally done by
; scrap
.>, rule, a high shoe is very* ugly habits. The stalks of cauliflower
, into some variety of the crookT' worn be a dangerous plant for the parlor or ing. Another way is to soften the
. : over a colored have the 'sort of
stocking. The ankles same value only too
find are covered with every ,sort dining room. The flower_and berries of paint passing a flat flame over a portionof ,
look thick and unwieldly at once. But often the stalk of a cauliflower is so ill-
the wild
and every sort of'silk ana briony possess a powerfulpurgative the surface at a time, and it can
dam, with a slipper we should accord the boiled and unpalatable that few
and the red berries which persons
.pdod"dotted; sprinkled with ; then be very easily scraped off while
preference to thin would thank
colored for
ssockings by you proposing to themto
: !dpi etc. When made of some.ofthMe attiact children, have proved fatal. hot. But another and the method most
all means except when certain dark toi- make part of their meal consist of so
The seeds of the laburnum and
latter fabrics they are frequently catalpatree recommended, is to lay on a thick coat-
lets.are worn .. .. uninviting an article. Turnips in the
plain, having merely a large bow should be kept from children ; andt ing or plaster of fresh slacked lime ,
gel ,A same way, are often thought to be indigestible
new Louis XIV shoes, ere is a L-o ous in their
, lot itoawne material fastened to the pi property mixed with soda; the next day wash it
' we may here notice, are mad of black bark The seeds of the and and better suited for cows and
: tudliad,as the 'fth e material yellow of off with clear water, and it will remove
any be a red moon on a blue ground, ort cloth with patent leather foxings. And the rough podded }'etches'ill produce the paint entirely, leaving the surface sheep the than for delicate people ; but here
there are also some that fault lies with the cook quite as
blue noon on a red ground, or some- are made of nausea and severe headache. Fool's clean.
a thing egnally conspicuous, ,no further black satin merveilleux, the foxings be- parsley has tuberous roots which have WHEN TO AIPLY PAINT.-Paint, to much as with the root. The cook boils

Lament in the way of lace, or emkoidet7 ing again of patent leather. These, of been mistaken forturnips,and produceda last long, should be put on early in the turnip badly, and then pours som
1seertainlyneeded course, are to be worn with richer cos- fatal effect an hour after they butter over it, and the eater of such m
: Theeepariflbwe were winter or spring, when it is cold and no
tumes. The toes of the new boots and eaten. dish is sure to be the worse for it. Trya
will remark, generally match dust flying. Paint put on in cold I
shoes are a trifle broader than they have Meadow hemlock is said to be the better way. What shall be said about
.. ,costume, ,and ladies in buying weather forms a body or coat upon the |
1e for visiting! and carriage been, though very much could still be hemlock which Socrates drank ; it kills surface of the wood that becomes hard our lettuces. The plant has a slight
done its intense action narcotic action of which a French old
in this'direction advantageously.Fierce ; by upon the nerves, ,
taaes, frequently get an'extra quantity and resists weather, or an edged toole'en
',IDIt"bTe the parasol made up to order. war has been waged for years producing complete insensibility and like slate. woman, like a French doctor, well

Almost all the parasols covered with against high pointed heels, and much palsy of the arms and legs, and is a most To CLEAN MARBLE.t -To clean knows the value, and when properly -
ink and paper consumed to prove how dangerous drug except in skilful hands cooked is really very .easy of di-
ottoman meryeillux or garble mix
plan( pongee quicklime with strong lye,
ruinous they were to the shape of the In August it is found in every field, by gestion.
'lb sue lace or. embroidery trimmings.Fesally'the so as to form a mixture having the
foot and to the whole constitution seashore and near mountain tops, In full I. .
later Irish ;
point being consistency of cream, and apply it im
how they brought on weakness of the bloom, and ladies and children gather
fashionable for the
extremely purpose. j mediately with a.brush. If this com- The Alpine Horn.
It is put in'as a flat turned-up border, eyes, near-sightedness; spinal trouble, I its large clusters of tiny white flowers in position be allowed to remain for a dayor
etc. If some of this laudable r quantities, without the least idea of
.not as a flounce. The border is six energy two, and' then wash off with soap
inches wide on average. Light check were expended to induce women to reject their poisonous qualities. The water and water, the marble will appear as The Alpine.horn, which is so contin-

Lei silks, or flowered foulards are narrow-toed and narrow-soled boots hemlock, or cow bane, resembles par- thongh it were new. ually heard in some parts of Switerland,

-often used to cover parasols that are to and shoes and to insist npon having snip, and has been eaten for them with To MEND BROKEN GLASS. A has many legends attached to it. The

correspond, with ,certain dresses, and their chaussure made wide enough for deadly effect. much better process for mending following is one story of its origin -

IrMi point generally constitute the the toes to retain somewhat their nor- The water-dropwort resembles celery broken glass, china and earthenwarewith A young herdsman, sleeping In his loft,

trimming; in these cases,too. The result mal position, no one could say that it when not in flower, and its roots ar schellac than heating them is to was one night aroused by wonderful

is a pretty and 'eminently summer-like was misdirected. also similar to those of the parsnip, but dissolve the schellac in alcohol to about music which made him weep for

'puasol,which will do nicely with a variety ': The present style of making boots and they contain a virulent poison, produc- the consistency of molassas, and with a pleasure. Peering down he saw three .
of light thin dresses satteens shoes is contrary to all ing convulsions which end in death in a men in the kitchen
common sense, thin splinter of wood or pencil-brush, apparently engaged
foulards, or anything of that sort. One I extremely injurious to the foot unbe short dropwort time.and the The common vine-leaved dropwort water-are touch the edges of the broken ware. Ina in making cheese. After they had

of the newest shapes in parasols is coming and simply odious from every also dangerous weeds. short time it sets without any heating, separated the curds from the whey, they

square and flat, more or less Japanese hi point of view. Two sorts of persons which is often inconvenient. It will poured the whey into three buckets. In

effect and w'bt'en dubbed the "Boule in the community alone are benefited by The bulbs of tKe daffodil were once stand every contingency but a heat one it appeared red, in one green,and in

vard." Bat it is not a shape that p yoit ; the shoemakers because when half mistaken for leeks and boiled in soup, equal to boiling water. one as white as snow. Then they called

vails extensively,by any means The of the foot, more or less, has no sole with very disastrous effects, makingthe .-- te the herdsman to come down;and the

high,boldly curved shape still holds its under it at all and nothing between it whole household intensely nauseated, Health Hints. man standing by the red bucket, who

era. The black, dark blue and dark and the ground but some thin kid, a and the children did not recover from was of gigantic proportions and had a

led ottoman parasols, with Irish point, pair of boots cannot be expected to their effects for several, days. Of skimmed milk, those who are ob- voice like thunder, invited him to choose

embroidery; or lace, being at ence handsome wear very long-and the chiropodists, jecting to its legalized sale in New York, and drink the bloody liquid which

,simple and suitable to carry with because when five toes are cramped inte The Dogs and the Robbers. fay that a large proportion of the fat should give him strength and and ener-

-my dress,'are those chosen chiefly by a space that could accommodate barelyone tragical story is told of an adventure globules with make pure milk so nutri- gy above all his companions. The

women who cannot afford a variety ossaa5adee f toe properly enlargement of the thad happened to the monks of St Bernard tions have been taken away,thus creatinga stranger who held the green bucket, who

A. large white satin or joints, corns, hard and soft, ingrowingnails when the breed of their celebrated low grade of food, which tends very was of a milder aspect, bade him drink

brocade parasol, or one of white foulard, bunions, and'a variety of other dogs was at its perfection. Xo less materially to increase the high rate of and inherit the finest pastures of the

if: something less expensive is desired, such poetic affections are the inevitableand than thirty robbers, to whom the sup- mortality among children under five years Alps. The third offered only the in-

A another,excellent choice for watering- the never-failing result. High heels posed possession of the monastery offer- of age, particularly during the trying strument to make such music as he had

}jpUces and summer resort generally. will not deform the foot, provided the ed a rich booty, had, by degrees intro- summer months. listened to. The herdsman still under

This style of sunshade also'does to wear boot is the proper shape across the sole duced themselves into the retreat, A cure for rheumatism an English the influence of the enchanting strains.

with aQ kinds of pretty summer dresses, and has a good, broad sole. arriving in parties at intervals: ando doctor has found in total abstinence chose and drankthe white liquor. '

:anlit is always most becoming, the e They may or may not be injurious t were always received in the most friendly from food. lIe declares that many Immediately the three men vanished,

". reiedion thrown over the face the general health; but with that phase, I manner. As soon as the whole band cases of acute articular rheumatismhave the fire which they kindled, went out,

fcttJTtry,flattering to the complexion. of the question we have nothing to do' was assembled they threw off their concealment been cured by fastning from fourto but from its expiring spark sprang a

brier of Irish point, or of guipure, here. A proof of what we maintain is and summoned the abbot to eight days, while chronic rheumatismwas horn, which the herdsman seized and

em le tamed upOn the border of a white that French women wear high heels I produce the keys of the treasure. also alleviated. No medicines were played upon till morning. He took it

*&Parasol,or a row'of Spanish lace much more than American women do, The monk was, fortunately, a man of given, but patients could lave cold to the mountains with his flock, and ,

Jet upon the edge in a flounce. This and yet never have half so much trou- more resolute character than usually water and lemonade in moderation.The with it saluted a pretty shepherdess

b& arrangement is softer about the ble with their feet. French shoemaVers occured in those places of seclusion,and doctor states.that rheumatismis whom he had loved from his childhood,

tee,andso'would be chosen in prefer can make broad tee and soles to their did not lose his presence of mind. He only a phase of indigestion, and, and who returned his affection. After-

-, probaby, by ladies, young or boots, and do so. To get'an American observed to them mildly that their con- therefore, can be cured by giving complete wards,he learned one day that her father

Jrofctol;who study what is becoming, shoemaker to do the same may be se- duct was unworthy and an ill-return for and continued rest to all the digestive had promised her in marriage to a rich
"itove an things. down of the organs.A citizen of Berne, and in a fit of despera-
Among the more ela- as one hopeless things. the hospitable attention they had Ieceh'oo. -
'Jxate parasols, little affairs that matnty y They can't, or they won't ; at any rate, The robbers, as may be supposed new remedy for the headache has i tion he resolved to quit his native moun

** thirty or forty dollars, the they don't. The only way to bring where deaf to the appeal and been found by Dr. Haley, an Australian tains. He hid his precious born among

tWce is unlimited, and there are ail them to reason woald be for sensible continued their demand. "If it must physician, who says that for some the rocks, and became a* soldier in a foreign

!fc beautiful 1 things; for instance, women to insist, in a body, upon having be so," said the superior, "as we have : years past he has found minimum doses coftntry. After many years had

a lock'feather'parasol, lined with their boots made the proper width no means of defending ourselves,I must of iodide of* potassium of great ser- passed, a great homesickness fell upon

Uae.lIwi; a(crashed strawberry satinwith and to decline to accept anything else. submit ; follow me, therefore, to the vise in frontal headache ; that is, a him and he returned to his native val

laasd, covered white Spanishejtouaces This or bunions, sooner or later; there spot where our treasure is kept." He heavy, dull headache, situated over ley. _

,' and thickly beaded with is no alternative. led the way and was tuumltuouslyattended the brow, and accompanied by languor He wandered forth to the mountains,

TfP**;'.a parasol of rich white The profusion of flowers on bonnets by the eager band. He placed chilliness and a great feeling of discomfort ; and was met by an old shepherd, who>

puff of the brocade on the edge, attained most abundant proportions by the key he turned back and made another sometimes approaches to nausea, can whom he had thought false to
*** deep flomce to fill be.completely removed by a twograindose him. "I leave this letter to,tell thee I
of Spanish guipure the time watering-places begin up appeal lie was answered with execration -
lbw ft,and in dissolved in a half a wineglassful of died faithful to thee. I know thou wilt.
trimmed straws
so on. and aft on. and large broad are and no choice being left him he
1be'Jat.fst thing"I -in- -,Briery-'- is a order. At present, for a small _uonnet I threw the door wide open It was the water, and this quitely sipped, the some day return to thy home." :Wild

y ugly thing, but at the some to be worn during the spring in town, I den in which the dogs were kept ; he whole quantity being taken in about with grief,he wandered on,not knowing
for the which ten minutes. In many cases, he adds, where he went, till he espied his horn in :
e10chatotally new departure and or for a poke intended same raised his voice, to a loud yell
b fly flowers need- the effect of these small doses has been the crevice where he had hidden it. He
different from all styles1Kought' purpose, not so many are responded, then gave rapid signal, and
, Ito out in that ed. The bonnets have in some instancesa in an instant the powerful animals simply wonderful-as, for instance, a mechanically put it to his lips, and, as

--t tMds attention. stockings The hose, big flower pompon, instead of a bunchof bounded forth upon their prey, tearing 1 person,who a quarter of an hour be- the mountain echoes replied to him, he
are I made I fore was feeling most miserable and fancied that it was the voice of his lost
jTcd ed.ecru and'pale' blue :pale blossoms. These pompons are some, strangling others, and sendingthe ,
9P and bright scarlet etc. and, the of a short full spray of some fine small few of the robbers who escaped refused all food, wishing only for love, He blew again a blast so tremendous -
made, in harlequin fashion flower, white lilacs for example, which their attack flying for their lives headlong quietness, would now take a good meal that all the valley heard and
Jicht don ends turned I and resume his wonted cheerfulness.If wondered, but in the effort his heart
the centre of the spray has the the two down the mountain in frantic ter-
to toes One side of the stocking foot,asedtga3aw under forming a sort of ball of the ror, to be dashed to pieces over the this cure of Dr. Haley's b in reality I broke and his spirit i
, slipper is therefore delicate blossoms. This is rather novel, precipices which 'yawned beneath their a practical one he will merit for the .._.--
: d'etre and is discovery the gratitude of suffering
I th8.1ilier side another. These but it has no "raison feet.
f wn"'e embroidered_ clocks I I consequently not artistic.-P/tttu l>(kit. millions. The latest craze for earthen teapotswas

are generally white. Far less I An Irishman once received a doctor's! TiisMEDicAL VALUE OK VEGETA caused by a potter accidentally

e0p oaaare stockingsith very fine I i To EXTERMINATE BED-Bfos.- .bill. He looked it carefully over, and BLES.-Asparagus is a strong diuretic, dropping a half-made vessel and banging .

filar. Pin stripes. These ,are I Wash the article infested with a weak said he had no objections to pay for the I and forms part of the cure for rheumatic it out of shape. It was baked in

'W oa timed quite the "creme de la 1 solution of chloride of zinc. This is an I medicines, but the visits he would patients at such health resorts as t that fashion, and at once pronounced a

":and besides being quiet and affectual banisher of these pests. I return. I I Aix-les-Balns. 'Sorrel is cooling, and perfect darling. ,
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-We'll all talk"Non en e" on the 4th.I PREPARE FORTTJLY ,. PRrrcHARD & 1IAY,

-"Florida Girl's" favorite flowers-: DEALERS IX REAL
-Titusville has a Junior base ball club. Business, Residence Lots, F1 ridt:
All the members we think are under ten 4H11111 Confectioneries!' RAY.
years of 44-H 44-H and Dwellings in D i
age"Pritchard 44H till '. Fine Tobaccos and
and May, Real Estate: 44444444

have out A i19 tin TITUSVILLE.Also CIGARS. ATTORNEYATLAW.LaGrange .
Agents, hung a new sign on I TXX-XX -XX** "
4444 4444 ,
Main street. I -
4444 4444 Unimproved Lots In CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, Florill_.

-M.S.Jones Esq. will deliver an ora- 44-H 44-H FIXTURES TitnavilleFla.gCOTT Wm. Scott. LM. :.f .'

tion,on the morning of the fourth, at the 44-H A-x 1 rx it Indian River City. LAMPS' & THRASHER SlUltonter..,
Base Ball Grounds.Mr. HHHH WOODEN & TIXWARE. ,
44HHH &3Have a large list of .
W. B. Moore sustained a severe- 44HHH ATTORNEYSATLAW.Sanford .

ly sprained ankle from base ball playinglast 44HHH Orange Groves Meal, Corn : : Florida.
Saturday, afternoon.f 44HHH Mr. Scott is now located atTitusn7le--
1111111111111111111111111111 %g Real Estate Law a specialityCR. '
-Onr Tax 'Assessor, :3Ir. W. R.San- 11111111111111111111111111111 -,.
in hiS last
ders was town on Monday, on 1111111111111111111111111111114H4
round for the assessing of taxes. PINE LAXDS, COUNTY
4444 Etc. ,
-Doctor Cowie returned from down Oats,
4444 -Which we arc offering at- AND NOTARY'
LIe .
last from .
the river Saturday quite a protracted ,
stay. The Doctor has a fine horse. "A word to the Wise I" BOTTOM PRICES. also agents for Rocklcdgc Florida.

,-Next Wednesday will be the greatest Immense Bargains at Jacob Reeds' Sons, TwriAou s. jo ALLS. -

grandest and most gala day Titusville has PINE-APPLE LANDS
ever witnessed. Just come and see if is "Mackenzie's. ,
First Quality At Low Figures. ATTORNEYATLAW.Titusville .
not. Samples to be seen at store.KOTIONS.

-Mr. C. T. McCrory, of LaGrange We exhibit theLARGEST Several Large Tracts Of Florida!

presented us with a large onion last week.It ,

weighed just fourteen ounces. Who STOCKand HEAVY HAMMOCK LANDS. DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS, M. E. ENGLISH.

. can beat it? most complete assortment of Goodsin : Notary Public State at Large.
this section of Florida.A well adapted to Gents CloMi & FflrnisMm Goods.
-A very pleasant time was had by Affidavits drawn and all business entrusted ,
March 1st 44 U.
Sugarcane,Bananas and Early vegetables. to me promptly attended to.
the young folks of LaGrange and this visit to -
Ollice at his residence.
place at Mr. Hendry's at La Grange last I J. M. Dixon
Friday evening. : "THE FAIR"is Also unimproved Lands in all sections Titusville Florida.! :

-Mr. Peter H. Wittfeld was married a pleasure, and worth coming many of the county.A Dealer in D. Sown

at this place last Friday evening, by the miles to see.
FEW VERY DESIRABLE Drugs Medicines Chemicals
J. A. to 3Iis
County Judge McCrory JUST RECEIVED Fancy and Toilet Articles. .Physician and Surgeon.
Flora E. Rogers. ,
Homesteads Left.
-Mr.Sherman Adams returned from A Line Of PerMery, Dye-stuffs. Paints, Oils, Titusville. Florida.
down the river last Saturday and has Parties having money to purchase mort- Varnishes&brushes&almost everything S. F. Gn.-T. .
JPHIjSTTS.Best jragi-s, will find safe investments on undoubted kept by a first-class 1)rugHouse.
his Florida home at Oviedo
gone to ,
security Any drug, medicine or in-
Orange county. Quality,Latest Pattern*,@Sc per).J. strument needed by. customersand Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL .

--- -- not on hand will be ordered. WORK WARRANTED.
-The frequent rains that we have had Also LACE BUNTINGS,
Work or enters left with P. E.Wager ';,'
5 Prescriptions carefully compoundednight or
for the past few days has raised the waterin PIQUES, TRDEHING SATINS Real Estate placed in our hands for sale, or day with accuracy and dispatchby Post Ounce,Titusville or with A. rulyat La

the St.Johns sufficiently for the steamers LACE TIES, COL- exchange;: or to let, will receive prompt competent persons. Iy3G In UniiiKe Titusville will receive every Monday.DR. prompt.attention. Wjflba

to come to Salt Lake. Land FL CHLS. attention. .

-During the past few days, the LizzieIL A full line of RIBBONS,.in Titusvlllf,May 24, Iss; 4 tf NEWSPAPERSub.criptlon II. K. WILSON .

the Mystery, Ella, Flying Dutchmanand Satin, plain and fancy silk, Titusville & Lake Worth.OSTKANDEK'S Agency. Will continue the practice of Medicine in
Iola have been hauled out in order all shades all widths. ARTIFICIAL : The
undersigned having opened a
to get ready for the race. FLOWER S, Titusville and vicinity,

-The SlAB;rill not be mailed next OSTRICH PLUMES, and NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPT AGENCY Otlice at J. 31. Dixon's Drug; Store.
week until Thursday,so as to enable us Will Ix pleased to receive subscriptions
to publish an account of the base ball ..". S. 31 AIL LINE to A.
match the and the dance. plain and fancy silks. A full any
regatta, Dentist.
line of Ladies' Fine HOSE The Fast, Light-Draft, Steel Hull Periodical or Newspaper published.
-We learn that the steamer Astatulahas in solid colors. BlackFancy -0Save Makes frequent trips to Indian River.

made a change in her schedule and stripe BALBRIGGANS Steamer, time, trouble and expense by applying Lake Worth Ac.

that she will now come up to Salt Lakeon P. O. Address, New Smyrna Florida.
Saturdays instead of Wednesdays.Mr. *
Ladies' VESTS, Cloth Carpet 8uIr.criptiongent, II. XAOIA
F. W. Mnmby, of the firm of and Kid SLIPPERS. .WILL II. MOORE, C. .
Haulover P. O. Brevard Fla.
Messrs. Mumby Stockton and Knight, of FANS, PLAQUES, Lang- Havinc ample and splendid accommodations county, Justice of the Peace and
Jacksonville, dealers in Crockery, Gla.v- for Pa'engers and Freight, and
try Fans, Jet Necklace.Bracelets .-*, expressly' for the Notary Public State-at-Lare.
arranged Mail Sert LUND HOUSE
in last .
ware,etc., was town Saturday.The
Ear Rings, Hat & Ice and A'ai'atioii of this beau- AlaO Commissioner: of Deeds for the State of

fourth of July 1883 will be au Lace Pins, Brooches, Hamburg tiful River, will make regular trips, until Will remain open during the Summer.A. PENNSYLVANIA.Otlice .
event which will long be remembered. EDGINGS, DRESS further notice, between at the Haul-Over.

The Shah of Persia says he certainly wouldbe BUTTONS in Pearl, Steel, Deisner, Proprietor.THE .
TituSTille and Lake Worth via the Rapids T. JOHNSON COCKSlll'TT.
if he did not have far to
present so go. Gilt and Fancy metals. SLOOP "AGNES "

-We hoped to have seen the Cinderella Corsets: Eu..tles, Satchels, Touching at all intermediate lauding, Notary Public, StateatLare:1n ,

come up the river previous to this Wallets, TRUNKS, TOIL- as follows: commanded byCAPTAIN

date. .We think that she would<< be tired ARTICLES;;:, ETC., Leaves Titu villc and Friday JOHN MCLEAN, the Peace.
> Tuesday Makes regular trips on Indian River. Justice. of
of anchor in the Indian ri
lying at yernarrow's.
6 o'clock
a. m. SHE CAKIUC3 A FULL SCITLV OF Court day, first Saturday of each month.
Ladies* Sacks and Skirts, $1.50 LA GIIAXGE Florida.ST. .
Leaves Lake Worth, Wednesdays and Groceries Goods -
-Our townsmen, G. W. Mackenzie ,Dry ,
Wrappers, 1.2-3 Sundays, at 10 a. m; the Rapidsat CLAIR-ABUAMS U. L. SCMMEKLH,
Canned Goods,
and R. C. Scrimgeour took a trip to Daytona Ulsters, 1.WChild' 2 ui.freight !Stato.tttorneyCounty Judge of

and Port Orange last week, with :! Dre'es, .33 p. Hats, Boots and Shoes, Seventh Jiuliciul Circuit.: Orange cotuity

Mr. Ed. DeCourcy and his fast and com- W ala'... ..2Gents' -:0tF.Pl..t :- Ladies Shoes in great variety; Prints all St Clair Aliraiiis & SnMerliD

fortable yacht. Summer Under Shirts, .::if) sage or apply on board.StatcnxohL new patterns at low prices., ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW.
-, two lvrthsl.-Single berths
The new post office which will prol- Lawn Tcnnis" 1.00 50 cent, Meals 30 cOnts each. I My-mle Clotiici Toilet Articles ORLANDO, FLA.

ably be occupied about the first of the Cheviot .:)) Will Rive careful attention to collections

m.mtk will be supplied with call and Jean Pants 1.00 Opened for the Season. NOTIONS.'For and will practice in the several courts of TaUa-thisBLtrict.and
the cash only in the Supreme Court at
lock boxes. ,.Tliis will be a great convenience Suits 5.50;;:) March 1:.W BIII.LUMBER. hassee unit U. S- court at Jacksonville.
f6r.lUau: who is interested iu his own
to a great many. Best quality unlauuJricd shirts 1.00' LA GRANGE STORE :

The upper floor of the Court llou- Dre;Straw Hats, .75 welfare will lie pleaded to know that of
Always hand assortment
1 on a general
is BOW laid and the stair way is put up, Scarfs and Pins, .25 ANDREW GIBSON Will be furnished to order on short noticeat

ready for the dance ou'the fourth. With A large line of SIS.OO per thousand. GOODS.
Keel'* the finest to be found iuTltutillle
such a large eooll'tll1nI,and good ,? oysters -STRICTLY CASII.-
nm- c, Ladies' and Misses' Straw Hats, LUMBER & SHINGLESAlways
everyone must surely have a good time.A E. L. Brady.
Iu new shades and latest stylus
meeting of the different Commit. AND SEUVEU IX STYLE TO SUIT I'ATKOXS. on hand. January 1SS3 1 yr 35

tees was held at the stoic of W. B. Mooreon Closing; out cheap.We C. MAGRUDER & CO.

Tuesday afternoon and they reported are offering a lot of Trimmed Hats of Plain and Fancy Cake made to order.Bakei't S. RYDER. Florida jVIaimfac ture. ;
everything in readiness for the fourth.A latent style at a .

programme of the day will be found on IlreaJ altC'r.tJStIl&lv.uCl.1:4) 1IOCKLEDGE, AMAZON PAINT WORKS. :.

our first page.On Great Sacrafice. .\ a first-class Barber shop>> attached. Has just received and continues to keep
in stock a full and complete: stock of Groceries n: J. BER.J.YE,& CO., ,"
the first of the month the new law It will pay to lock at them.SoTJuzt -s.
XOR"OOD'SFast Coots & Shoes, Hats & Caps' in manufacturers of the '
relative to the abolishing of stamps now received another lot of 200 great variety and General Merchandiseof .J'
used on bank drafts and checks goes into Hack Line !
every description. Ask for whateveryou AMAZON READY bnxED PAINTS
effect Those already printed checks Lace Remnants, ,
upon may want. One price to all. Canned
and drafts will be redeemed the U. S. ---" in all shades and forIluwedlate ..
by at 10 c each. Pieces contain from 2 to 6 Goods of evc description a specialty.LUMBER ready ;

Government. yards The Cheapest and Most Direct Use. ; 1.1::,
Wouldn't it be "Xonscnse" i
to say "
ROUTE :: : l
that on the fourth the "Q>quett will Wni be furnished to order on short noticeat ',-::,

"Dashaway" from the "Blonde" "Bessie A lot of Fan Q 5 cents; Thermometers ToTItiiHiillfautl India 11 Rlicr. $13.00 per thosand. Dressed lum- White Lead, '

B.," and wouldn't it be a "Mystery" if (3 2') cents; Note Paper and Envelopes, CAKUYIXG THE U. S. MAIL.THREE ber from.SiO.OO .
21.00 thousaud.
j she should spread her "White Wings" in fancy boxes 12} cents. LUMBER & SHINGLES per & Colors In Oil. tom ,'

with the "Brunette" "Lizzie H."? 5"A full line of Stationery.Good -4- c and Factory, '.;;
always on hand. .'
-For anything in the fruit line, suchas Note Paper 10 cents per quire. trips weekly between the ST. No. 2G Ocean street, i"

Dates, Raisins, Prunes, Oranges, Bananas JOHNS and INDIAN RIVEKS. P. M. FISHER.PINEAPPLES. ,

Pine-apples, Nuts Candies, Sweet FLAGS, FIRE CRACKERS, Leaves Enterprise EVERY Monday, WeilucsiLiy JACKSONVILLE, FLORID.\ ). !

Cakes, etc., call on J. C. Norwood & Co. Rom Candles Sky Rockets Colored Fire. and Friday Morning, arriving at New Information of Florida. .

on the fourth, who will be happy to meet 'fitu \'ille the SAME: day. Parties desiring to purchaae pine-apple 192 pages new matter unto map for 1SS2.Send t.:

you and will wait on you with a smile. French Confectionery, plants will please send their orders six cents to 1:.C.LongTallahaseeor : .%
Also fine of Fire Work which promptly to E. J.
a display KAWSOX
RAISl.XS, Cl::; UK,i\T.S, CAKES, Titusville EVEKY Tuesday.Thursday C. Drew,Jacksonville<:; ,Fla. :..Q. they expect to dispose of on the night of 52 3m Waveland P. O. Fla. -

the fourth. For live,' wide-awake, go- Dried Fruits, Etc.We Enterprise and Saturday In the e\-ening.-\Jdr morning, arriving at 1 Pine-apple planta cheap for cash.-j FOR SALE fk

ahead, "git up and git" young men they A desirable house and lot in ,
...... cottage, >,
Out" AGENTS .m 4' 60
to \v. Wanted
S. Norwood
"Carry -
cannot be excelled. Give them> a call guarantee everything wkiclclunctcr nriet1Books & Bibles Titaiville, also Blacksmith, \\hwl wriditand j.,
: Tm
when you visit Titusville. we advertise. TITLSVILLEFLORIDA.: i..-Y--www.b/'.p e:..,llIft"S('. ../.all.,, '.. ;Litxr.lkrmf.. general repairing shop at Titusville. 'T'
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