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:
July 19, 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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AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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f.t; l*Cfcambord Dfinff .: Steamer Niagara Boned.'- For the, Florida stJ r. F the Florida Star. I homestead lovlier tliaa'in summer., it -

1 ,1- J ;u111a.=A telegram from Ravenna July: 13th A Speculative Thoaght. NEW SMYKSA FLA. July 11,1SS&: ''f was in 1858 that Col. John,, Washingtonsaw :' :. ;

ti' 1 .dated one o'clock ,this morning at 5 o'clock a. m. of the 12th A few words upon a topic of ''peculiar 'At a meeting the New Smyrna Yacht that Mount Vernon would goby ..
. interest that which illuminated passage Club held at Oak Hill Fla,July 6th '83, .1"
;: ?=r e |Chambord is now' unconHfo Niagara, of the New' York the auctioneer's hammer if something <;'t '-

4::" end is rapidly approaching. Mail Line, Captain Baker, was of'a Confederate youth from the the following resolutions were proposed did not turn up, and,here comes in the.. .

'-f: j-_- 1' 'r -" to be on fire: She was be- arena of battle to the patriot's grave. : and adopted: romance of Mount.Vernon. A woman ,_' ,.' .

't.fJiJItO..'i Reclaimed Lands Bocks and Carysfort Beef, .: I read not long since a magazine article, First:-That we tender our thanks to who had been a confirmed invalid: since,' ,'

:!{i :'faiai July13.TheAtlandcti coast of Florida. All efforts to i most beautifully written, descriptive of W. B. Moore, J. Me Comb, Mike English her nineteenth year: ,raised a fund of ;

: a GnH Coast ,Canal, and the fire were of no avail. At Hope. But the intelligent writer omittedto Sam Ray and others, for their kind and $200,000, and embodied a plan that gave" .
'\ynd ttdDrainage'Company, call attention to the fact that thereare courteous' treatment while at, litusvilleon
soon after, Captain Baker descried i Mount Vernon, to the nation. This.,was ,
.-jjrtlTcf Philadelphia capitalists! I I two kinds of hope; that which is the 4th of July. '
Commander, Capt. Newton, done by Anna Pamela Cunningham ,.of .,'Y.
( d from the State of Florida founded on faith, and that which is pred- Second : That we protest against the
i'r ac"iwirf to Vera Cruz, on board of South Carolina. She was an ,only and indulged ,
;;, ''of 535,885 acres of land located the Niagara's passengers, 25 in icated of intelligence, purity and energyof sloop "Arrow" carrying the Champion daughter. Inner childhood she

I .the leathern portion of the peninsula, together with the mails were character. A pure, strong and well Flag of the I. R. Y. C. on the ground thatif had visited Mount Vernon, ,and when, (<'f

: reclamation operations in that State.r 7 a. m. At 4 p. m. the purser 1 informed mind always hopes, notwith- she did not get it by fraud she did by she resigned all of life except that, which "
'jbii company has reclaimed nearly. standing its knowledge of the mutabilityof the negligence of the' time keepers "
and safe were also put aboard gross could enjoyed in a sick room, in her .
T.'800".aero In. Florida, and work is when Capt. Baker ran human affairs, and how slight a circumstance and judges. early womanhood, she took hold of the ;, ,

, tp"g'vigorously pushed. ', forward.. ashore in 16 fathoms of water may change the whole course Third: And that to prove to the public project to buy Mount Vernon, or, rather ,":
I' of events. Such a mind rests itself that she has no just claim to the said col- .
i yew Star.Discovered. Reef light-house off Indian upon the project took.hold of her. ItuonebC, r.
; gjx FEiscaaoo, July 12. The There was no panic and the Capt. and if at last all should be lost, as by ors, we hereby challenge the sloop's the most singular instances of indomitable -

sent to steam to assist in many thousands the Southern peopleat Arrow and Zelia, each, or either of them, and .
agnomen who were tugs raising. energy practical perseverance, ,re ..
'psyyd,in the South Pacific, to study cn steamer which when raised the close of the late civil war, it has of the L R. Y. C. to sail for $50, and the corded. This frail ,woman, from her,sick ;.
,dar eclipse of May 6, arrived here taken to Havana The'fire is saved itself its own: integrity and worth. Championship qn Mosquito Lagoon, or bed, aroused an enthusiasm, especially

;' tie steamer City of Sydney. They to have originated from the Hope of this character awakens courage, $100 and the Championship on Indian among Southern women,that resulted in, I'

'pd.bdiDg m a red star, which, it is of some acids near the engine ,while despondency is the last of all evilsit River, the judges be selected from the a splendid Success. She inspired Edward .
is the abandonment of rational two clubs two from each club*and these
pur- ,
Ifewd will prove a new discovery. Everett with her spirit, and his lecture ,
the the battle of life with four to select the fifth. '
---- -- pose, giving up
minutes and into the
:olipM lasted five on Washington poured, money .
: three sscondsl They noticed several A Verdict of Guiltf. dead nothingness. He who can implantthis H. S. ADAMS, Sec. treasury. She interested 'Mme. LeVert. .. '
trial of Archibald W.:Newton for kind of in the hu- .. .. '
courageous hope arid )[ Cora Howatt Richie and in :
fatties .in the corona, chiefly In Memoriam. I n; ,F,_
be white of Samuel McMillian closed man heart, is the best physician. To seekto 1860 it the house the
prominencies supposed to \ Edward Thompson Black the son of was: accomplished; : .

,or white, clouds., last with the conviction- influence men by .their wants and Revs )L and Phoebe A. Black was bornat tomb of Washington, and 200 a s.of. ', .
_< r. The trial was a long and their fears is an unworthy Whatever "
I' purpo land national
Taylorsville, Indiana Sept. 29th, 1870 belonged to a associations F _
The American ..Team.LOJWHT one, andwa3one of the most teaches us to combat boldly and Unflinchingly :
of and died at the home of his parents on The Legislature of 'Virginia, granted avery .
,July 12. The members from a legal.standpouit, in the manifold evils and assaultsof association.'
I sensible charter to the
Island Brevard
Merritta Florida .
county, ".
jinerican Rifle Team today fired of the State. The testimony life, enables us to win the crown of May 25th 1883. The Capital stock was limited 'to$500,000' ... ,
hundred, nine hundred and circumstantial But the evi- '
eight : it in and disposition
Parson Black is a superannuated mem- was granted perpetuity, no .
thonand yards ranges. The scores as well as the circumstances of the But let us speak of Hope in its most of the could be 'made
ber of the South East Indiana Conferenceof property : .
poUafd, 80; Adler74; Stewart, 68; all pointed to Newton as the comprehensive significance. If I were the Methodist Episcopal Church. without the consent! of the Legislature.None ."

Hnseni;78; Joiner, 74; Howard, 73; party. Each link in the chain of called upon to name the emotion of the of the thereafter
Washington -
Eddy.was a child of unusual promise.His family
'fotte,:75;; Colari, 79; Bull, 61; Palding only seemed a connection be- human mind which is: most efficient in : was an intellectual development were to 1* interested at Mt. Vernon, .

:Uentlfalter: Scott; 65; Cash, 68; other links, and the testimony of its influence,upon mankind, which suggests beyond his years. He was for a boy a and the key of the vault was thrown into ,",

',beth,13; Penman,'56; Shakespeare, ; seemed to weave the web the grandest enterprizes, and which great reader, and I doubt if there are a the Potomac River. Around'the marble' '
J oin,77 Smith, 58. The scores about the accused. There I know from personal -
; closely supports, as experiences half a dozen men in Brevard county who tombs of George and Martha Washington ,
terj high considering that the absolutely no avenue of escape. under the most painful reverses, are more familiar with the leading eventsof is: a wooden flooring which if''stepped
= unfavorable. The'screw wind : the witnesses irre- certain I should be i
of was I am only anticipating starts electric alarm at the house.
.. American History than was this lad. upon an
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nimed. ', No was made to the judgement of reader in '
.. attempt every His devotion to his parents was earnest Through the open iron work one looks
geiator, Jones.1"in Ireland. h the testimony of any one, and pronouncing hope to be that feeling. tender and constant. To him their wish into the brick vault, where there are only
all had told-the facts and circum- The earliest visions of childhood are two tombs. "Hats off" is the'
\FIBHDTGTOX, lu y9.-Scnat r was law and their approval abundant reward : stringent'rule
a' which had come to their knowl- tinged with its golden hues, and the rev- at the the most
,of Florida, has been having great for its doing. grave ; even flippant
and collectively the con- eries of the boy and of the man are filled
severally awed into like
in Ireland.I When,he reached To them his loss is irreparable. The are something reverence.
.J ha native place: he found nearly the was irresistible that Archibald with the gorgeous palaces and regions of staff upon which they already began to During some of the bloodiest days of the'war
who throughout the long delight, which it can plan and build. It Mount Vernon treated neutral
tit population turned receive lean in their declining years is suddenly was as
; ; trial had been the animates the schoolboy at his task it -
.tod although,he has few: relatives at apparently emboldens broken. The earthly light of their home ground and soldiery of both armies .
and least interested the soldier for the battle it
ent living there, and the principal nerves has gone out. The sombre wings of the were soon fraternizing under the trees'
in the court room was guilty of the sailor against the perils: of the sea, that the tomb. '
his Death have guard
of tripjwas: to visit the family Angel cast a sow across
found the most atrocious and cold blood it gives life and strength to the patriot, darkness Frequent description cannot destroy the
inslrothery churchyard, he. their pathway the of which
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Y'n in Florida. who is for his in its
ever perpetrated country interest of the house. Year improvements '
streets arched with evergreens in his would be intolerable were if not that Je- by year .
or,the"buildings festooned with defense: introduced no testimony, ,I darkest day.'Whilst sus has said "I am the resurrection and are made by the regents. ,

mad flowers, and the populace in they a-k'ed; for and were grant- standing by the death couch ofa the life." His going has left a vacant As far as practicable every State has a '
to obtain witnesses. youthful and noble Confederate soldier, ornamented with relics of revolutionary
attire. .He was received at the station chair, an empty room and desolate hearts room -
t loge delegation, and was presented" case was given to the jury about in a Richmond hospital, doing all in my ":' but they "sorrow not as those who times, arranged in the style' thatpre"ailedat
on Saturday last, and before power to relieve the precious: little hero Mount Vernon the '
to address by the town commissioners.TataDanocrai. have no hope. during : i
o'clock the verdict of guilty was of the most excruciating torture, caused Eddy was a good boy faithful and true lifetime of Gen. Washington: Hanging .

...." The case will be carried to by three dreadful wounds,either of whichwas in all his: relations. He died trusting in in the entrance hall is the key of the Bas- ;0'I

Clerk in the Census Bureau. Court and an effort be made i' mortal, he remarked to me with the ,Jesus. His: last words: clearly expressedthat tile, sent to Washington by Lti Fayette: "

,WiSHETGTOy, July 13.-Within a \"e the verdict set: aside. This will utmost composure of mind : "I can live trust. When asked if he loved Jesus -I and over the door of what is called the .

days a large reduction will be made until January next.-Orlando & but a few moments longer, but, my dear he replied, "I love Jesus and Jesus state dining room-ii Washington's' fieldglass '

the force at present employed in the I friend, I am consoled and reconciled to loves me." Thus"ended an earth-life so placed thereby Washington him'
Bureau This reduction is made fate by the reassuring Hope that I ,
m I : my full both of hope and promise. But our self, and never since removed. -Th man- -

essary by the insufficiency of the ,;, or manufactured stone, we shall meet my sainted mother and sistersin sad: loss is: his great gain. tel and hearth in the dining room', are of "

priation for the current fiscal year, ClnlC made cheaply in heaven,and that my bleeding and beloved Life's sorrows all ended in joy, marble, and extremely curious. ,They

because the present force cannot be ; the principal ingredient being South, which is being cruelly murdered Its griefs shall return never more, were sent to Washington from'' France.: .

itably employed in continuing the plentiful and of good quality. It is by a relentless foe, will emerge His ecstasy: has no alloy, On the way the ship bearing the gift was -

rhicli remains to be done. The' cost public attention was directed to a from the great struggle with honor and As he stands on the glorified Shore, captured by pirates. When ,theyfound

maintaining present force is and less inflamable building ma- glory, if not with victory and joy. God And views theshining: temple that this marble was intended for Washington -

$17,000 per month and the entire especially for business buildings has spoken peace unto me, and I am not The city's golden gate, they took an opportunity of land-

priation for the current year is or adjacent, than wood. Brick afraid to go hence never to return. Oh! :JIe hears the pealing anthem ing it on ,American shores and it was

1100,000.-list'of ninety names of first and asbestos! stone the second what a supreme conquest over death, And sees the friends: who wait. forwarded to Mount Vernon.: In theSouth

mom,whose services are no longer fire-proof building material known. and the immortal light and life over the He reaps now the harvest here soicn,. Carolina room hangs the portrait .

ed,was sent to the Secretary of the town having arrived at sufficient approaching- darkness: and ruins of the 3Iid rapturous angelic acclaim, of Anne Pamela Cunningham. She has a e

rior today,'and when approved by (on the map of Florida,) to tomb. The Judge from his seat on the throne, refined thoughtful face, with deep, meaning -

discharges will be made. The her a place of permanency in the This is one of the many beautiful illustrations Now tenderly utters his name, eyes. The attic room which Mr?. .

force in the Census Bureau numbers of growing places on the peninsu I of the sustaining power of courageous He enters now the portal, Washington chose after Gen. Washing-

and it is proposed to cut it down to should be the aim of her business Hope, and it is not less active in And greets the happy throng, ton's death and in which she died, is: in

100. At one time there were nearly at least to make ample preparations supporting the weak, encouraging the 'He clomps the hands: of loved ones, almost the identical condition which she

Pawns carried on the Census Bureau the fire-fiend, if a conflagration strong, and beckoning the prosperous to And joins the heavenly song. left it. In a quaint little drawing room

tolls breaks out here and gets bcyoud the more extended and energetic efforts. "Thanks be to God who giveth us the Nellie Curtis' drawing room-is the .
... .. of the "fire departmint." The I It is with the mother by the side of modern
,A Heroine's Death. >ictory through our Lord Jesus Christ"JAS. grand harpsichord, as large as a
TEMPLE Bradford Co. 1 and best precaution that can be cradled infancy, winds the leaf of laurel IL WHITE. grand piano, which Washington gave her
July is to I around its little brow, and teaches her to
A very mournful has j just .<;t.d to fight fire successfully, Island Home, July 9th, 1883. : as a wedding gift. This was the grandniece -
materials. love not only that which it but that which I
ded Magnolia buildings of fireproof ...." of Mrs. Washington, not the daughter -
Lake fifteen
about cordially invite manufacturers of willle, when weakness puts on strength Florida six per cent. bonds: are worth Nelly, who died unmarried at twenty-

wwinere ell ne, Robert,the news of which has just j :- stone to come and see us, and and walks,when knowledge has brought $1.10 and 7 per cent bonds are worth two. In the grounds stands a rose bush,
Cameron who lives at)
adta Lake experiments with our material. treasures and when wealth and fame and 1.30 on the dollar. where tradition relates, Nelly Curtis received -

Miter officer! is one of our best better or more profitable field can be honor shall attend his steps. It goes with The pine-apple growers of KeLargo her first offer, and waltzing aroundthi.:5
of the British
army. Several weeks a the student to his books: it stands by the
June 17 in Sunland. ago have not netted as much for their pineapple : rose bush six; times brings every
he was forced to leave
boaaess and while absent was sent to a celebrated maker of man of business in his daily toils, it crop this year as they did last. young lady who believes in the spell, an

*7 Iet lie to'his field. stone, inviting him to come and mounts with the statesman up the bleeps: Ripe figs are selling in St Augustine at offer of marriage within the year. The
has of office it lies down with the rich
field but as no answer upon '
made a desperate over the ten cents per quart. An exchange says place : managed on the most practical
effort to extinguish
he is amassing the bed of anguish, it walks with the
"wand while her received we presume the boys know who have the best ones. plan. The greenhouses are made a source
so engaged where he is located. But our strong upon the path of vigor; indeed, of revenue as well as the farm. Onlyone
aught fire and was entirely Young, old, and middle-aged men and
there low be its
> I for fire proof building mate- are none so as to without boat is allowed land
ity a to
n g her body also 'in.a there women get health and strength by usingrown'14 ;
or impor companionship, arc none so high as
is none the less pressing there, and the entrance fee of a dollar,
'bYQYI that after lingering in not to need its help. And,finally,it leaves Iron Bitters.
Orlando Reporter. --... foots up handsomely at the end of the
JPjJimtiUast Saturday, July 7th until he comes to those
no man
,? rf l her 1' OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.From year. In the old-fashioned kitchen, a
injuries. The flesh it is
near Lake "Regions of sorrow, doleful shades
*d Carnley, residing ( oar reguIArcOrTeSpOndent.) very good lunch may be,obtained, served
from her
+ many places. ", Walton county, has 18 acres of rice Where peace and rest can never dwell, WASUIXGTOX, D. C. July 9, 1833. by colored,waiters. A superintendent is ,

Let .,, ,,quiet and cheerful he thinks will make 700 bushels,or Where hope which comes to all, This is a favorite season for a visit to employed, who keeps the place in good

-, bearing her pain with to the acre. Can never come." J. S. J. Mount Vernon and during the months of order, and if the General and Mrs. Martha -

;. ) ,11.fields a was have the been fourth fired time and help for the weak, nervous, St. Lucie, Fla., July 4..1SS3... July and August the average number of could' return for an hour no doubt.
found visitors is than at other time.
dyspeptic sufferer : greater any they would smile approvingly.
*! arrests! will be debilitated Brooksville has organized a base ball '
_: "'u.-. shortly Brown's Iron Bitters. club. Never is. the quaint and beautiful old AUGUST.: .

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::;, Agricultural. ; >4 | 4* Geese-Delta should-be; under cover_ Henry Stewart Bays that when :a'I Zingha The Terrible. | and flung his body into the "" '" ":

t I, !:, aDd shelter'from ytDe cold winds,,theexpusme 'dairyman intends to,permanently, pasture = claiming that she had tined _
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toward the sannysoathandthe his cows he ,can'recommend the An Account of the Life of Mada- father had killed her child 8fc ;
Pasture to Mad ,
How a : gascar's Queen. had -.
quack as a splendid early every individual with /
,In Great Britain/Holland and in place retired. common grass the
i ali9e the'best diettiets'in this7laaiU"alected pasture,'orchard grass_next, 'then red- The present Queen ,of Madagascar, pretension to the throne siaug :b..J
of dairy Florida expects 80.,per cent more oranges teak
clover whose'envOys have' just ratified thetreaty was as terrible in- her
blue white
and with love
for top) a1faUf :
:'e ; a pasture this year than last. These ora +
and red clover lucerne to between their island and the other things. ..
mixed in or
.tie ft 18.four l PS tiCCRU. BegardfaI gea are superior in quality, and wU be ,' "
help nut tted iencleS.. He considers United States, appears to lean enlightened One of her officers who ,
id'toinadaptabilityto alarge'amount proved fa
.: fined hi increasing quantities. I %;
milk material sovereign whose fondness for missionaries creet was thrown to '
these the most productive wild
i, of fine rich gear eL, The The prospects abundant fruit bial&.t
does not reach the point of other, who
aoflbrjod ia prepared to receive the crop along the east shore of Lake Michigan for the dairy. imprudently allow "

seed, which fa ieIected'with special in the noted 'fruit belt," are Top-dressing, unless with very fine wishing to eat them, and whose predilections self an affair with one of htr.... !,

reference to'th'production of grass to I I I said to be unusually flattering. A large manure, is of doubtful advantage with are all for printing presses and honor, was ordered by Zingha tocnti'::'
I the clover plants. The clover is easily the arts of peace a decided improvement the young girl's heart and
, be eaten :whfle1 it b, In its greenstate. ,, yield of peaches is expected. it. }1\t
.1 ,Great paias an taken to render,the soil 1r I A great saving in the labor of cultivation smothered by anything covering its upon the African queens two poor wretch dared not disobey;"i.

r as productive,'possible. Water i:s leaves. It may, however, pay if the hundred and fifty years ago. Instance hoped the horrible act would aaiVhia
be made drawing a heavy
can by
drained off as the wants of clover is to be turned under early for acorn that famous, or infamous, Zingha from further punishment '
f applied or harrow broadcastover I ,
the land require. Weeds ,and ,bushes bush the or a field smoothing just before or at the time or potato crop this season. The Queen j early in 1GUO) of Matamba and promptly bad him beheaded, 11I4 tti

i'i are exterminated or, kept in subjection. to i best time to manure b before the 'seed I Angola provinces in what is now Lower :. two mutilated corpses were
. fertiujen an,applied as-they are to the potato sprouts are Is sown. A very light top-dressing then Guinea. Her ,story, as told by the Roman together. She tried like her

t land devoted to cultivated crops Looser push through. will secure a heavy growth. Catholic missionaries of that time, to wrest Angola from the Portages:

: oils are rendered,more .compact;by the I I Skimmed milk is one of the very best An important question for farmersto is'a curiosity in the study of ferocity. and all the savage tribes of AfJb':

I"' use of,the roller, and very heavy soils I articles of diet for laying hens, and, so consider b where to apply manure so Her picture, painted on parchment, is rallied to her call. She was, they! a..i,,

t an loosened_by employment of theborrow i 1 II far as they can use it, it canbe put to as to have it tell bests for profit. Of said to be in one of the convents in a queen whose arrow always hit tht..

1, or scarifier. Most farmers in no more profitable use.. Mixed with course it should not be used on any spring Portugal. In her early years her mark. She was involved in war Q fo-

I this county;.however, neglect all these wheat bran it makes an excellent feed grain except corn and will probably yield father, by way of fostering her gentleness I thirty years, always showing inviacaii

I. things. Land, is not selected for a foe growing chicks. the best money value if applied to potatoes was accustomed to drink the bloodof courage, as she showed talent, tatrodnc-

f suture If it'its too rocky, ,broken, There does not seem to be any feasible where this crop is largely a newly-slain infant when he invoked I'f ing at her court everything that iII-

or diflcnlt to cultivate; if it is too ,wet way of getting rid of the rose bug except grown. blessings on hb daughter's head. Zin- had observed that was advantageous in

\ or dry to'produce, good crops, of corn, by hand picking. The rose slug is In fruit growing,remember that fruits gha returned the compliment by serving the civilization of the Portuguese. 'fta,

f grain, potatoes or rootsmit b devoted to another depredator which should be are like grain and vegetable crops in at his funeral banquet two hundred was formidably restless and wadik*.

: pastonf.. Land is. selected for other j kept under by dusting the plants with this, they must have manure to keep.up buman beings, many' of whom she killed and raged through the provinces about!

r purposes, but the land for pasturage iswhat ,\i I powdered hellebore. fertility. Unlike vegetables and herself. J! her like a resistless torrent. The yon.

II'" was rejected as unsuited for any I[ The Sugar Beet calls the attention of grain, however, their feeding roots are She had a son whose father's name uguese finally blockaded her in the toy

.. other use. Sometimes a piece of land : farmeD to the advantages of culture mostly at the surface. It is best,therefore history does not record, and her brother, island where her unhappy brother hit

originally productive b devoted to pasture I for beet, saying the French and Austrians annually to top-dress fruit heir to the throne of Matamba, think- died by her orders. The flag of fuct

purposes. If this is the "case it is I have largely adopted .it. This trees. !I ing he had reasons to fear this child's sent her was scornfully rejected, lad

generally after"it "had.been chopped to plan of culture seems to present the I It does not pay to try to get a calf f rcui pretensions, had it stifled in a bath of she escaped at night with her foUowa

f death" It is 'first:planted to corn for most practical advantages a cow oftener than once in twelve hot water. Zingha, who adored the by swimming across tba river at a plan

, several years,'then'sown to grain for a Professor Sanborn has conducted a months. If the time for dropping a child, vowed, vengeance, and in due so impracticable that the Fortognea

! period equally long, and then laid down series of experiments which prove conclusively calf is to be changed, make the period time wreaked it signally. For a time had left it unguarded. Zingha retotk. .

to grass suited tor mowing purposes. that it takes more corn to longer instead of shorter. The cow needs she contented herself when her brother Matamba.

After the crop of grass becomes so make a pound of pork when the hogs some time after calving to recover ascended the threiie, with retiring to a The unfortunate tributary queen,who

1 light that it scarcely pays for the work were allowed to run at large than when strength before being again subjected to distant city and inciting the people to was holding the province for the Porto

J of cutting, the farmer concludes that they were confined in the pen. calf-bearing. an insurrection.To guese, and indulged in all ttelittle: winning

the only 'thing he can do with the landis of I The milk of a cow in her third or I divert his subjects' attention ways by which she made herself!
It does not to keep stock
, to devote, it to supporting stock dur- kind. If pay animal poor is good of'' fourth calf is generally richer in quality i from home-the policy is not unknownin the terror of her bravest enemy,felt that
any every
ing the, summer when he expects to l than younger one, and will continue so later times-the king made war on she was playing a losing game in fight.
its kind it is always salable and can .
make the most out of them. There are DO for several years. In dry season the quality the Portuguese, who were in possession tag the Portuguese, whose ,chiliad
turned into at time that i it :
evidences of beneficent design in most of money any is generally richer although cool of the neigbl oring province of Angola. I science, her wit told her, must, fosse
is desirable to do so whereas an inferior :
the pastures in this country. They are weather favors the production of cheese. He was' defeated and a treaty was made, end, triumph over the most desperate
one is always a drug on a farmer.shands. I
", the work of chance or neglect. Hot weather increases the yield of but he was no sooner at liberty than he savagery. To obtain honorable Peace

., Cultivation, of O ts. '. batter. resumed his depredations. A new she indicated that she would return to

Oata may be raised on a diversity of About 30,000 dozens of eggs are consumed 'I ivcuiuve a young calf from its mother i Portuguese viceroy, who had arrived Christianity, and deciding that the help-

a soils and with good results. They grow daily in New York city, when immediately if it is not to run with her. since the treaty, threatened to exter- of the Europeans would be useful fiber;

well over a.wide range of latitude, and, the prices are as high as they are at | Place it, if possible, where she cannot minate the whole faithless ki gdom. both in preserving her power and in

with proper cultivation, supplementing present. When the cost'of eggs reach hearit. If a calf has not been allowedto The King was frightened and sent. for softening her subjects' manners,_Itt

the sowing, good seed, they are a profit I the lowest point they will be cheaper I' suckle it can be taught to drink in Zingha, proposing a fraternal reconciliation embraced the faith again, and ceded

able crop to raise. They are grown for than meat, ai.d the consumption will one lesson. Give fresh, warm milk fora after which she was to go at the her claims to Angola in exchange for

+! their grain,'as a primary consideration. increase to 200,000 dozens a day. week, then warm half-skimmed] '' head of an embassy to treat with the the promise of the King of Portugal

but the straw also makes. an excellentfodder The cross of the Cotswolds on the milk. rortugese Government. maintain her on the throne of Matam .

". when cut, while it is somewhat : Merino is not as popular as it was a There is an advantage in growingome I The wily tigress saw the way to her ba. She was seventy-five years old at

., green, or at least before it becomes few years ago, except for early lamb. kinds of trees from the seed where revenge, and consented to do as her the time of the alliance, and she spent

, harsh. If it is struck with rust it is of The wool is not liked. The South or he trees are expected to remain. Then brother wished. In the audience the rest of her life in abolishing the

little value for Hampshire Down sheep crossed o chamber of the viceroy it is said that
feeding purposes, as peach tree is longer lived if never transplanted sanguinary rights the frightful native
stock do Cotswold brings, a lamb of the finestquality she was not pleased with the
; not relish it. Green oats cut and if budded at one year old contrast superstitions. She died at eighty-two

i when a foot or two in height make a I j and there are apt to be a large will soon get into bearing. A few varieties 1 between the throne placed for the quite in the odor of sanctity, her lion

good crop for soiling purposes. Here proportion of twins. of peaches reproduce themselves viceroy and the cushions provided for hunts, wholesale butcheries, barbaroC5-

the drj-straw".after thrashing, is worth :Members of: the Elmira }'armers'Club from the pit. The Wager is one of the herself. She made a sign to one of the multilations, banquets on human

much less than rye straw, though it is advise the mulching of wheat fields most popular of these.A girls in her train ; this unfortunatewent flesh, devastation of her subjects'

used somewhat for manufacturing into with straw, saying the cost is small, writer in the Fruit Recorder makes upon her hands and knees,and her I homes by fire and sword for caprice

paper. Oat straw is now worth $8 per the benefit sure even in favorable winters the mistress seated herself upon her back all forgiven. Her later menus contained
statement that one of his neighbors
ton and rye straw $10. Perhaps a bet- but greater in winters like that as upon a chair, and so remained until nothing more objectionable
planted some hb
ter and more profitable way to use oat just ended, when nearly every day after corn where the cabbage corn missed amoag and the j the end of the audience. Then Zingha than lizards and mice roasted with ti>

straw is to cut' it, up witH-hay, to be the first freezing was a strain on the left the girl in the possession of the hair on.
butterflies did find
not them. He has
wet and 'mixed with bran or meal as plants exposed.' viceroy with the phrase that the em- .
therefore, come to the conclusion thatif Nicknames of French Minis
feed for bones. Some claim bassadraa! of a king
that the never used even
It never pays to underfeed anything. the cabbage patch was in the middle tries.
oat crop is very exhaustive to the soil, Even if the animal is only kept in store of the corn-field the butterflies would I I I the same chair twice. Zingha man -

but; this opinion is not accepted bothers 1 condition-that is, neither giving milk not find them, as they fly.low and like aged the conference with a great deal of try," which was applied to it, was i>

of our best farmers. The following nor fattening, a little grain will do no plain sailing. skill, avoiding any promise of tribute, vented in an ironical spirit by the JEgaro.

enumeration shows the comparativeexhaustiveness harm. Young heifers, however, should The sheep is a close grazer, and even and giving instead the freedom of the The epithet would not have been.un-

of different grains: not be given'fattening food before theyhave prefers short pastures. It is Portuguese slaves and the alliance of deserved if the cabinet had included,a*

Oats, 5; barley, 7 ; rye,10; wheat, 13. their first calf. Hence oats and clean, though not select scrupulously in her brother. While the negotiation was intended 1[. M, Say,Freycine and

If these figures are even approximately bran are better than corn. the choice of the herbage very on which it was pending and she remained in Angola Ferry, "the three presidents;" bat the

correct: it shows that the claim of oats she bad herself instructed by the scheme fell through. The title waf
An farmer feeds. Wool
experienced says that being a highly nitrogenous
being most exhaustive is wide of the missionaries in the Christian religioninorder more flattering than that given, to it
oats should be soaked sufficiently to substance, requires a larger supply of
truth. A bushel of oats weighing 34 to make herself popular with the oy M. About-"the Ministry of National
swell before feeding them to stock. albuminoid food for sheep than other
pounds absorbs 20 pounds of nutritive Portuguese. She was Gaonbetta's -
even baptized, Deception"-in reference to
When soaked the husk b partly torn ruminants demand. Wool being the
matter from the soil ; a bushel of barley the viceroy and his wife of .
standing position in the
away, and facility of digestion increased. chief profit of sheep farming, it will be
weighing 46 pounds takes 30} pounds; sponsors. She received the vicequeen'sname national defense which was itself nicknamed -
Poultry will cat fully pick out the economy to feed oats or oil-cake pretty
a bushel of rye weighing 55 pounds I Anna. &rri.sters.L
soaked grains from the dry when allow freely to secure liberal growth of this the Ministry of
takes 3 ll: and a bushel of wheat weigh ed a preference in the matter. staple. Her brother affected to be pleased Duclerc's ministry was styled not without

ing 59 pounds takes 46 pounds. As a with the alliance she bad concluded, but reason the -Ministry of Inrali"
-The Bureau of Statistics at Washington ,
TO BOY .\ HORSE. An old
profitable farm crop,on soils adapted to secretly prepared to make war again The present government is spoken of a&
affords the information that theheaviest "
them, oats should be more extensively horseman says:- If you want to buya and soon began incursions into Portuguese the "Long Ministry its chances of
of wheat is ,
seeding practicedin
horse don't believe brothersTake
sown and thorough preparation of the your territory. Zingha bribed the vitality being greater than
Michigan and New York apparently
the average no mau's word for it. Your
soil will the extra labor eye oracles to foretell
repay expended I a victory. The superstitious those of its predecessors. An unfriendlyjournal !
being 1.Gbu.helsheracre. Furthersouth
is your market. Don't buy a horse in "
upon King was induced
by the prediction calls it "Cabinet of Horrors;
the quantity decreases The harness. Unhitch him, and take a
> GARDEN XtTE.POt I everything to hazard a pitched battle. He and "Minis
; average for all wheat-growing States b off but his halter and lead him another has dubbed it the
ash is necessary to succesful potato I was completely routed, nearly taken try of False Noses with apparent
/ now Ij instead of 1J, as several years around. If he had a corn, or is stiff, or ,
prisoner and
growing. The easiest and best way driven to seek refuge on u reference to M. Ferry's possession of Ii
ago. has any other failing, can see it.
of supplying it is in the form of wood desert island in the River Coanza. A liberal allowance of the which th*
A writer recommend as the best Let him gg by himself a little way, andif few servants organ
ashes. It is also contained in "soft accompanied him. He first of. B-
Napoleon highly
fertilizer for fruits and cereal crops a he staves right into anything, youmay believed them faithful thought so
coal ashes and wejl-rotted stablemanure. but Zingha had has of
also "Ministry
mixture of nnely ground fresh bones know he is blind. No matter how bribed them to been called a
poison him
and died
and "
and wood ashes six barrels of bright his he in consequence of the
good theof eyes are, can't see no was buried in the island
A potato that has been chilled Is totally : with the bloody attributed to the minister: of
former and twelve of the latter, to be more than a bat. Back him, too. funeral ceremonies of prime
unfit for seed. Farmers are often his race. Zingha, supervising the work of his colleaguesAWatertowa -
well mixed togciher on a shed floor, Some horses show their weaknesses or who had all the
at a loss to know why their potatoesdo troops in her pay .
adding during the mixture twenty tricks in that way when they don't in already: at once seized
not sprout, when the solution crown, acan >r N. Y. man who bu
buckets of water and one barrel of any other. But be as smart as youyou'll jured: Christianity to ,
the mystery would be found in the gypsum or plaster. get caught sometime. Even an and slaughtered human please, her subjects,, kept account of the weather, claim

fact that they where chilled befoieplanting. Many so-called cases of pear blighton expert gets stuck. A horse may look national idols. Her sacrifices to the that it invariably repeats itself, vA
quince stock are not blight at all, ever so nice, and go a good pace, andyet son, who was'now in the had left a gives the following as the result of tie

Layering consists simply in bending but are simply the killing of the quince have fits. There isn't a man couldtell noble who had charge of a gbservations, viz. : All years ending&

down a branch and keeping it in contact roots from being planted too shallow.The it until something happens ; or he- few men still faithful gathered about him a 9_0,or 1 are extremely dry ; those ending .

with or buried to a small depth in the quince root is very tender, and in may have a weak back. Give him the Zingha, determined to the boy's father. it i2, 3I, 5 or 6 are extremely wet; .
soil until roots are formed. The connection localities where winters are severe whip, and off he goes for a mile or two. vengeance dared to consummate her those ending in 7 or 8 are ordisarill

with the parent plant may thenbe should always be heavily mulched. As Then all of a sudden _he stops in the camp of ,the visit alone the well balanced; those ending in 6 base ,
loyal aoble
severed. Many plants can be far more the quince likes cool, moist soil, the road. After a rest he starts again into becoming her cajoled him extremely cold winters ; those ending? ",

easily propagated thus than by cut mulch may be left on during the following but soon stops for good, and nothing I conclusion of the husband, and, at the in 2 have an early spring; those: endia :'

tings. summer. but a derrick could mod him." ]I I stabbed her little marriage festivities, tin'1 have a late spring ; those ending&

.. nephew to the heart 3 and 4 are subject to great flood ;

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.a..D' !i"M4... _the factories are illployinglar '. 'i. .: .' MERCHANTS' LINE

: ,forces,. and business:: is .;! : ':-..,"'. ."Jt ... ,

; ; The Gordon in Key road west: seems to be ,weaken-j .. ',"- If...,; ..' f'> :,&..r.r: .;?,. ? DOUBLE In? the DAILY.Carry 11'. S. JIail.,

.' It, has, only, twenty-fire men,at .' ., ',: --:'". *- ."- Elegant 'Side-wheel ,Steamers.
t << *on.the Tampa end.; BROWI'SIRON '. .r .".;. .4 ;i::A' .; EEG ULAR MAIL.

r : Egg" are being shipped from .Marianna l--. ;J".r. '. 4;'.:,t:};$;; GEO.M.BIRD Capt.G.J.Mercicr.IL .

Penaacola at the rate 400 dozenaweek, .,,.; ..:
'n t only 12J cents a. dozen. .. ....'L ... ., .' ..'\," dsNow' AXITA.Capt.C.H. Brock.
.;J: One of the above-named steamers will leave
( Charles Walker, a moonshiner, was De Bary wharf; foot of Laura street dally ex.
in BITTERS cept Sunday 3 p*m. for FALATKA, SAN.
x Holmes county last week. FORD. ENTERPRISE: and intermediate
' is in jail but his confederate Thomas and ings.BOSA .
f : lliD8 win core dyspepda.heirtbnra malap ,Capt..T.L.Amazeen.
escaped. &( kidney disease,liver conplxintf FREDERICK.DE D.\RYCapt.I.eo. VogeLWELAKA.
The aDd other disnsn, .
Indian River Newt has donned wastiiur .'Captain J.S.Mattheson.

.>. outrides." 'That's a heap better One of the above-named steamers will

, doubling several columns of "ads" Is the time to leave ally DeBarSaturday,at foot 4 30 of p.Laura nu and street.from
. ; week. Reporter. a., V.and w.Railway wharf at Sp m. for
:. BROWN'SIRON Polatka Sanford Enterprise. and all intermediato -
1 ., It is rumored landings.
'; that changes will soon be
Connects at Palatka with Florida Southern
in the custom house'at Key West Railroad for Gainesville and Ocala.

.!. the purpose of harmonizing the party. Connect at Astor with St.Johns and Lake
fastis Railroad for Fort Mason Talaha.Lees-
matter about anything else, so the burg and all points on the Upper Oclawaha.
is harmonized.A SubscribeFor Connects at Volosia with coaches for Or.
BITTERS mond and Daytona.
L $70,000 building in which will be a Connects at Sanford with South Florida Bail.

!1f is about to begin in Ocala by J. enriches the blood and purifies the road Altemonte for Lougwood.Orlando Maltland.Klssimmee.Apopka and City.wiUi
4 Harris steamers for Lake Jessup,Salt Lake and Kock-
= owner of the great orange system; cures weakness lack of ledge and Indian River.

,x: ; near that city. energy, etc. Try a bottle. Connects at Enterprise with coaches foe
. Daytona and New Smyrna and Titusville.
The smallest town lot ever purchased Returning Mail steamers leave Enterprise
Florida very morning at 7 and Sanford at 7 30 a. m..
. was.a small triangular section and 9 connections
...'Jf a.m. making close with
. large enough for a surveyors tripod, BROWN'SIRON S.East,F.and and West.AsThrough W. Railway. for all points North, .

i( ; to the South Florida Railroad Com bills of lading given to all points.

: at Tampa the other day for $25.00St. The steamers of this line are all first class

,'.:; : Augustine Weedy: : From the de The Florida Star. in every further respect.For information. apply at General

I"X of water found on the bar it has Ticket Office corner W.Bay B.WATSON ana Laura Manager.Streets.

noticed by tie pilots that the bar is BITTERSis C.B.FEN WICK.Gen.Pass.Agent"

4: ; a change a little further south.
; changes occur about every four the only Iron preparation that .
j does not color the teeth and will'not R. C. SCRIMGEOUR,
t -oIt -
cause headache or constipation as
. After breaking a drill at the depth of other Iron preparations will. TaiMeniiist! and Naturalist, '
two hundred feet, and another at the
,' .Binb.t animals mounted with some respect
. of two hundred and ninety feet, a for Anatomy.

;: Ir. Holden, of Gainesville, is now boring : Everything appertaining to shootingand
flint rock and will in a few days BROWN'SIRON is the constant aim and intention of fishing to be found at my establish
,,: and reasonable
meat at rates.
Gainesville a successful, flowing, ar the publisher to give to the readers of the
well.. STAR, one of the most readable and new- Also ,dealer In the Celebrated Lion
brand of Asbestos paint In all colors
i:' Some clothing, consisting of coat,pants, siest papers of the State. ready for use. The best and cheapest:

, and underclothing, all saturated paint ever introduced for House or Boat
BITTERSLadies use. Oil stoves In great variety, suitablefor
.. blood, were found under a lumber family or boat use.

about mile from and
a Apalachicola
and all sufferers from neuralgia -
.) Tribune led to the conclusion that a
hysteria, and kindred complaints -o- '
" has been committed, though no ,will find it without an equal., Pratt's Celebrated Astral Oil always in

had been found at last accounts.
STOCK.Triple .
Joseph Vole, an eminent civil engineer
"Table" ware from the
Gainesville intimates that the Florida plated
House of Holmes, Booth & HaytJ n.
Canal will not meet with as fair Twenty columns of Selected Lanterns.Razors, Combs, Nick Nacks

as has been expected. He says PIONEER COOPERAGE.Syrup Miscellaneous Reading, In endless variety.
has been the basis: of all estimates
Cigars,Tobaccos Pipe
; public, but that the company will Barrels $2.25.
and all smokers' articles.
4y@i; : that hard rock will raise their figures Gauged to order ten cents extra.
A When you cannot find
beyond anything yet published.
Barrels and Oval Water
Honey what you want In the other stores In TI.
canal he will have its bed cut
: says, -AND-
tusville just give U. C. S. a call and you
rock the greater portion of the BreakersFrom will be sure to get suited.ONiAY.

: : 82.00 : : Up. ,

The steam mill of C. IL Huot, at Fer- Tanks .:

was totally destroyed by fire I .
I and all kinds of COOPER WORK to order. NearlyTen columns State,
together with all the lumber on

wharves. The flames when first seen T. JOII\SOX. County, and Local News 1

the watchman were breaking through LaG range, : : Florida. ;

roof of the engine house and prt ad-

with great rapidity to all parts of the W. B. MOORE,

The building as sufficiently Mi .
i with hose, pipe, etc., but as there General Commission Merchant, PRESENTED WEEKLY.

I not sufficient steam to run the don AND DEALER IN

engine no water could be forced up

the fire. There were two cargoes of Groceries and I

on the ,wharves, valued at about 1,
-o- i
The total loss will not fall short.i

$20,000 upon which there w no in>ur- Family Supplies. .

whatever. It is underwood that the,

will be rebuilt at once. ,
Titusville : : Florida
A box car loaded with assorted merch November 10th la tr-n JOB PRINTING.JOB PHILADELPHIA
and which had been side-tracked SINGER MACHINEEQUAL
Round House I
the neighborhood of the TO ANY SINGER IN TilE MARKET.The .

the P. & A. road, was forced open HART & SMITH'SKockledge JOB PRINTING.Our above cut represents the most pop-
ular for the which ofler. .
style people we
the night of the 8th instant and a large
; Line. you for the very low price of 820.: Remember ,
of goods stolen therefrolU. The ,we do not ask you to pay until I

contained. principally; dry goods, The Steamer, "ASTATULA," you have seen the machine. After having
examined it if it is not all we represent.
40 boxes of the lat
and cigars, Will leave Sanford and
Enterprise, return it to us at our expense. Consult: .
were found in the scrub-oak near by every Tuesday and Friday for Lake Poiii your Interests and ord"r once,or. send
Sheriff Hutch- for circulars and testimonials.
following morning by
sett Landing, connecting at Rockledgewith
Address CHARLES A. Wood & CO..
where they had been deposited by
steamers for Titusville all
points No. 17 N. Tenth St., Philadelphia, Pa.
burglars, with the intention, no on Indian River and Lake Worth. The March. 45 6m

of hauling them away on :Monday: AstatuU will call at Salt Lake for Titus Job Office is well equipped for executing -
returned to the llail- C" J. HECTOR
These were yule on Tuesday's trip.ItETUR.1'IXG. all kinds of ,
Company. The thieves employed a

: of some kind to carry away their
Will leave Lake Poin>ett every Wednesday Hardware and
No clew as yet has been ob- and Saturday at 4 p. in. Prompt
close connections made with daily line .
learners for Jacksonville and all points
Palatka Herald: This morning, while North. Capt. Joe Smith, PLAIN& FANCY WORK General Produce

number of hands were dragging for a 3 tf Manager.1IUUV .

their hooks came
anchor grappling
contact with some weighty object that From Enterprise to Titusville. ,

: required the use of the windlass on Pow Friday Leave at Enterprise 5 a. in. Monday Wednesday Melbourne, Florida.
pile driver to bring it to the surface. Arrive at Titnsvillo Monday Wednesday COLOR &ORNAMENTAL WORK, November 1880. ft 47
and Friday at 9 r>. m.
it came up it was discovered to be Leave Titusville Tuesday Thursday and NAVAL Atte.t.w.wted formtttmt BATTLE
Saturday at 3 \ it yoden
bow of a very ancient boat, supposed Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursday New ud(nuhic Pictorial Hutory..tile great Set ghu of CM
World. By Medic Director SHirrsn.U.S.N. AdcIresaI
and at a .
to be the wreck of an old Spanish Saturday p.m.FromlJa'tona .(;.UcCVKCV It Co,632 Cbeuaut St..PhSOITIIEU.X &phu.Pa.
to Titusville.
; that at one time ploughed the wa-
Leave Titusville Mondays, Wednesdays. RULE & PAMPHLET WORK i
r of the St. Johns when its banks were and Fridays at 3 a.m. .
Arrive at Daytona Tuesdays, Thursdays, FEMALE COLLEGE.
populated by the wild Seminole, and be and Saturdays at 9 p.m. LaGrange, Ga.
Leave Daytona Mondays, Wednesdays,and
the Spaniard had succeeded in Fridays at 5 a. in. Offers unsurpassed advantages in Letters I
the Land of Flowers. Arrive at Titusville, Tuesdays Thursday It .
a footing in and Saturdays at 9 p.m. Music and Art. patronage extends
r from New York to Florida Texas. J
viewed the wreck
great many have From Titnsville to Eau Gallic. ETC., ETC.
126 in
in the of the oldest settler, Leave Titusville Tuesday and Friday at Last catalogue numbers pupils mu-
; memory 5 So m. sic and 34 in art. Annual expense for I
r has a boat been known to sink at Arrive at Eau Gallic Tuesday and Friday board and tuition $207; the fame with '

particular point. The peculiar build at Leave 6 p.111.Eau Gallic Wednesday and Saturday music $267. Fall term opens last Wednes-

the craft confirms the opinion that it at 6 a.m. day in Sept. Write for catalogue. i
Arrive atTitaaville Wednesday and Satur. 114t L F. COX President.
is, the remnant of an old Spanish craft. day at 7 p.m. Titusville, Indian River, Florida. ,


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;. .. .t II and from the centre of ::-
pitted .
,into two sections, under the directionof -- curiously CRAB ,

'Tb.efcnal l BMnber::the1" males in"V (the two 'energetic, sisters .3llee.Gai111eaume. GRAHAM GEMS.-One quart warm each pit rises a small cone or nipple of of boiled SAIr-Dwlclr.-Put crab : stone!"

.Jllabama, ,)Jl1,9&T.r' !< ; ** The same professionals water; one-half cup of molassas ; half copper, smoothly polished, as if it had and meat into a ,
it '
!> pound to
,A WOman i''cannot become a voce: tal also manage the afternoon cl.iasea held a teaspoonful of salt : half yeast-cake been turned in a lathe. Those cones of a smooth', ; -
the juice hwyep.'f"'le' too food:of. giving, her in one of the school-rooms in Rue Dro- dissolved in tePid water,-aDd enough fusion produced by the electric dis- salt little Season
pepper, a
(n,without pay::: tiot. Here everybody is admitted, but Graham door to:make at thick batter. charge remind one forcibly of the carbon of nutmeg :'
a pinch
curry powder JJJthis -
,BattleeniYe"skins" 'are-much UIed'in the pupil-teachers, as well as ,the chil- When light bake in:hot gem pans in a points iR an electric lamp, and indicate, paste well with six_ Now 'J2 '

Florida-for ladies belts, and slippers dren of tho lower classes, are specially quick oven. Break open and serve hot. as we have before remarked, a gyratory butter. Cut rather thin ounces of'hr2

are pi1'made of the same material the invited. Private schools,however, have POTATOES A LA PARIs E.Peelthe movement of the electric current. trim off the crust, and slicejof ,:*'.

.rattles serving as ornamenta: thereon instead admittance, besides mothers and governesses potatoes, and with a vegetable cut f ,Much was expected from the discovery with the crab paste. spread the'ali' iii- :

,- of bows: who bring' pupils. The salaries ter cut as many little balls as possib'e made by Professor Boll that the

!In 1860'only-270,997woman and girls together with trifling expenses of from each potato ; put them in a wire images of the objects remain on 'the CUIIIUED CRAB.-Put into -a safe?:

were employed in'manufactures in the paper, etc., are defrayed by the parish. basket and dip in,boiling lard or drip- retina of animals after death. It was pan, a quarter of a pound of butter witt*'*
United States; in 1870 this number had. While I :was there, an indigent mother pings. Five* minutes will fry them. thought for example, that the last a little flour; cook together and t&1iJ1cool ] -

2 become 323,770.and in 1880 631,639., with her two children came to befitted Sprinkle salt over, them ,when cooked scene of a mysterious murder would be then add a gill of cream, a/K: fr, ,

by the elder,girls. Meanwhilethe and them in hot dish. the cayenne, salt and a dessertspoonful'of. : .
. y Women,whose husbands an hanged, serve a found by properly examining eyes East India
ones about ten'or twelve curry powder. Mix -
beheaded,,&c.,,very often_many a second younger BOILED Musn.-Stir'into half a pinto of the victim. Actual tests have then add aUwen
years old-delineated on the blackboard one pound of boDed
time. Thus:the widow of the ) cold water two tablespoonfuls of shown that the optogram can be of no ,
quickly and correctly the front of a crab meat, chopped fine ; stir well
duke of ttbnmouth: married Lord Corn. flour and enough, Indian meal to makea use in detecting crime. Dr: Ayers together '
bodice. They all stood on a low ferm ; make very hot and serve.
wallis; the widow: of.the hanged EarlFerrers : thick batter. Have on the lire a ket- made more than a thousand experiments
in a row so as to allow them to reach WAFFLES.
married Lord T. Campbell; the tle of boiling water, stout two quarts' ; ; in the laboratory of Professor -Take half a pound of bat
the blackboard which walled the school ter half
widow of one:at least of the murderers pour in the batter, stirring it fast; let Kuhne, at Heidelberg, and met with a pound of fine sugar, nine,
room. Each child was provided witha I three
of Captain White, of Salem, who it boil a few'minutes, then add a teaspoon poor success. The best result was eggs, pints of milk, an i ii ounceaM

wan. murdered by;relatives, also remarried small sponge, chalk and flat ruler, of salt and sifted meal by the I I I obtained exposing the eye of a living ; half of the best baking powder; and;; ,
to mark the lines named
ready by two and
and dozens, of,other cases might ; handful until quite thick. Keep it rabbit, which had been dosed with pounds a quarter of sifted,
teacher. As a change they afterward flour. Beat the butter
be cited. But, the most remarkable is j boiling slowly and stir frequently. atropine, to a photographic negative, and 8t1 ftoa,

that o_ f the mother of Lady Jane Grey return of to the their difference seats _to between hear explanations -i FRIED SHAD.-Season a shad and let and even in this case the other eje was cream, add the yolks of eggs and milt;
and one-half the
who, within a fortnight after her husband it stand two or three hours before cook- imperfect, indistinct and evanescent. flour. Mix well, then '
and side selvedge and
wrong raw edgeof add the whites of the .
was beheaded,married her equerry.. ing. If for breakfast it World' eggs, which yo>twill
the material. Then, to test whether The Jlecfutnieal (England) have beaten to a stanch
V She was 3C and he was 2L snow. nIl!
Mix tablespoonful of brown.
1 these explanations were well understood, night. one says that phosphorescent powders can lastly add the rest of the dour.
I Bake
t WHY Torae,MEN DON'T MARRY. each learner had to place and trace on sugar, half a teaspoonful of cayenne be prepared as follows: Ten ounces of in watlle-irons well greased and

-The girls of today are not brought lining the half of a reduced-sized bodice pepper, one tablespoonful of salt, rub carbonate and phosphate of lime, obtained When baked the tops be heated.dusted

up as their mothers and grandmothers first on the top, then on the back of the this mixture well into the fish ; close it, by calcining oyster shells and with tine sugar or with may a mixture ,

were. They insist upon beginning two-fold lining, etc. The long lesson sprinkle salt on the outside, cover it sepia bones, are mixed with 10 ounces sugar and powdered cinnamon. of

married life in the same style that their appeared as dolls' play to the little people closely and leave it until needed for caustic lime ; 2 jounces chloride of sodium j I

parents are ending theirs. They will who were evidently delighted with cooking; then wipe it dry, cover it calcined, are then added, and -0 SCALLOPED CLAMS. Scald the

not think of occupying less than a whole their progress, thanks to the spirted with melted butter and lay it on a board to 23;: per cent. of the weight of sulphur, clams, dram off the liquor and chop

house on a fashionable street, and must'have style of teaching. before the tire to cook or fry as other 3 to 7 per cent. sulphide of calcium, them up very fine. Butter the cavitiei
servants to do the housework. of a number of large clam shells, or, .if
The Parisian school children pass a fish. Serve hot. Garnish with parsley. barium, strontium or magnesium,

They will not only refuse to cook their general examination in cutting out oncea BISQUE OK" LOBSTER. Make a which has previously been exposed to preferred, a number of individual

huab nds' meals, but in too many cases year, the best workers receiving one, strong stock with a knuckle of veal, sunlight. To improve the lighting. vegetable dishes. Put in a thin layerof

-do not know,bow to do so, even if two or four pounds. The teachers have one pig's hock, one sliced onion and power 'Messrs. Tik and Corty add a.. grated bread crumbs or cracker dost

they had the desire.: Of,course, this is also their share in the payment. These three quarts of water. Let it simmer phosphorescent matter, which they (the bread crumbs are to be preferred),

the old,old story, but there is no visi- monetary rewards, however, are very four or live hours ; then strain it obtain from the ashes of marine plants. then layer of the chopped clams a few'

We improvement in the domestic education wisely withheld from their juvenile win- through a colander. Let it stand an These powders, when mixed with small pieces of butter, a sprinkle of

I of our girls. Thirty or forty ner. Instead: of money, they receivea hour. Skim off all the fat. Half an varnishes, render the surfaces which chopped parsley and a dust of black

sears ago a. married man could keep savings bank book, in which is entered hour before dinner heat in a saucepanone they cover luminous. Collodion par- pepper, then a layer of bread crumbsa
house and "go into society"'for id another of clams, etc., and so on
what the prize sum, to serve as a foundation tablespoonful of butter. Sprinklein affine, soluble glass, etc., can be incor- alternate
until you'
it now costs to provide for bachelor ne- for future deposits. It seems that two tablespoonfuls of flour. Let it porated with them. the desired
cesaities. In: a word, marriage is to-day nearly all Government rewards quantity, the last layer being bread
are now cook without browning. Then add a
The dock at Cardiff of 'which
new crumbs which two,
upon lay or three
a 'veryluxu.ry, while as a rule given in this
youngmen most admirable
way-a of hot and
cupful of
cream a teacupful
Lord Bute cut the first sod will extend
In small pieces of butter, and in a
just starting out life are no Iricher inciting to thrift and pour
preventing stock. Let it come to a boil. Then
exclusive of tim-
over thirty-five acres, small portion of rich cream or a little
nowadays than those of a century the money being wasted by parents or add to the soup also the coral of a lobster will
ber and cost about :
Nine of ponds, 000,000. sherry or a little of the strained liquor
out ten have their
ago. fortunes children as they forbidden
are to touchit dried and pounded fine. Stir the
It is be
to completed within three
from the scalded
years. clams. This liquor is
to make. It is safer to say that before the of ,
age twenty-one. it mix well
soup, letting together but
Tin lock. will be the largest in the however often thereforecare
very salty
not one fashionable young man in fifty All these particulars ;
were courteous- boil. Little
dice of the lobster '
would its dimensions 80 feet wide
being must be exercised in the use of it.
under twenty-five years of is in a ly given to Mile.
age me by Guilleaume be added. Season the with
soup pepper and 600 feet long, while the depth of i Set your scallops in a baking and
pecuniary condition to seriously contemplate who for thirty-three years has been and salt. Serve hot. pan
water the sills will from 20 I
over vary cook in a moderate oven for fifteen or
marriage with a young woman struggling to
prevail the Government
of, his own sphere in society. It has to have cutting-out upon in all CRACKERS.-One cup butter, one teaspoonful feet to 30 feet. The dock will be 2400 I twenty minutes, or until the tops m of
taught salt, two quarts of flour. Hub feet and 600 feet wide
been suggested that bachelors should go public schools. With all these advantages long the depthof I a delicate yellow color. Serve very hot.
well together with the hands mix water between 25;: feet and 33 ,
into the country to find wives. If they it is no wonder that Frenchwomen up varying CREAM PuFFS.-Take half a poundof
with cold water, beat hard with rolling- feet, according to tide. There will be best butter of sifted flour
do, they must live in the country for- are noted not only forthe elegant one ,
ever after/ for the most extravagantwoman of there toilette, but for its exquisite e pin in flour to make them brittle. timber ponds covering eighteen acres eigbt eggs, two ounces of fine sugar,the

on earth is the one that has been shape. Xo matter the cheapness of the CHOCOLATE CAKE.-One cupful of adjoining. All the railway arrangements grated yellow rind of one lemon and one

brought'up in simplicity, and who, material the fit must be perfection. sugar, one-half cupful of butter ,one- and the loading and discharging and a !half pints of water. Put the

leaving her old associations, comes to Parisians, in particular, are very strict half cupful of sweet milk, whites of machinery will be of the most complete water into an immaculately clean round-
four eggs well beaten, one and a half description. When the pew dock is bottomed add the butter the
town. She has no idea of the value of'DlOney ,on this head, so much so that : saucepan, ,
for she ne rer had any to speak: makers will declare that they would dresst teaspoonfuls of baking powder sifted in complete there will be a water area in sugar and the grated lemon-rind.

of. Her 'youth has been spent hi rather work for ten English ladies than two cupfuls of flour. Use granulated Cardiff basins and docks of 130 acres' I Bring all to the boil, then remove it

thoughts of the brilliancy of city life, a single French one. sugar, and sift it for all good cakes. and a quayage of five miles. t from the fire and immediately add the

and her ideas are'founded on novels Bake in layers. Do not empty the boiler under steam sifted flour, which mix quickly and

treating of fashionable life. She would SPICE CAKE.-Take one-half cupfulof pressure, but cool it down with the thoroughly in with a strong' wooden

ruin a millionaire. The reality never A- Mean Trick. butter, one and a half cupfuls of water in ; then open the blow-out tap spatula. Now add the eggs, two at ,a

;comes up to her old ideal, and in seeking A brown sugar, one teacupful of chopped and let the water pour out. To quickenthe time, and beat all to a rather stiffish
man who
probably hailed from
for the latter she would, if permitted J ]Buffalo played a powerful trickon raisins, one teaspoonful of cloves, cinnamon cooling the damper may be left open batter (not too thin). Then lay out the

"- beggar a Croesus. Now, whatis a Detroit bridal mean and a little nutmeg, yolks of live and the steam blow off through the batter on greased baking-pans in suita-
couple at
a bachelor to do.? He cannot afford | ]Falls the other evening. They Niagara went tea eggs, two cupfuls of flour. Add a little safety-valves. Do not, on any account, ble sized lumps, at sume-little distance

to marry a city girl, and if he marry a hotel and registered had more if not stiff enough. Bake in one- dash cold water on any of the plates. apart, and bake them in a rather hot

country girl he must live in the countryor supper, and half inch pans.COCOAXUT But in cases of emergency pour cold oven. When baked remove them from
started out for a night view of the
be absolutely ruined.: Mighty Koarer. They had not far PIE.-Open the eyes of a water in before the hot water is let out, the tins and lay them side by side

I when a man called to them aad gone said cocoanut with a tainted knife or gina and mix the two together so as to cool When cold, cut a slit in the side of each

French Dressmakers' Art Public "Have you just been married?" "We: let, and pour out the milk into a cup ; the boiler down gradually and generally, with a sharp knife, and fill each interior

: h-have answered the then break the shell and take out the and not suddenly and locally. If a with a nice custard cream made in tit
group. "Goingto boiler is blown off under steam following man} r: Take one pint of
Schools ]meat and grate it tine. Take the pressure
where Children Are Taught 11 stay here a day or two ?" Yes." same
the Arts of Adornment. Having registered at my hotel weight of sugar and the grated nut and the plates and brickwork are left hot. cream, five eggs, five ounces of sugar

The importance of teaching dressmak-1 probably j intend to remain there jou?" stir together; beat four eggs, the whites The hot plates harden the scale,and the and a little grated nutmeg. Mix all

dng in schools has at last been recognized Yes, sir." Well, I want to say a and yolks separately, to a stiff foam ; hot brick work hurts the boiler. Cold well together, place on the fire, and

I l>y the French Government who doesI' word to you. I don't want any ducky mix one cup of cream and the milk of water dashed on to hot plates will cause stir continually until it thickens then

all in ,its power to facilitate the spread I deary nonsense around my house. I the cocoanut with the sugar and nut, severe straining by local contraction, remove it from the fire and flavor it to

of such instruction. However, it will want no popsy-wopsy business on the then add the eggs and a few drops of some times sufficient to fracture the your taste with pure extract of vanilla.

be long ere the art is universally taughtin veranda. I want no squeezing hands on orange or lemon extract. Line deep seams. Or you may make the custard cream

elementary school Pupils are ready \the balconies or feeding each other at pie-tins with a nice crust, fill them after the following formula: Take one

enough to learn, but, as in England,' the table." The groom let his arm fall with the custard, and bake carefully Wanted--A Few Earls. pint of milk, three eggs, four ounces of

the difficulty lies in the finding of effi- :from his bride's waist in a slow and half an hour. sugar, four ounces of sifted flour and a

cient teachers for any homely and practical painful manner, and the stranger con- r A London little essence of lemon or half a nutmeg
sciences.To manager, who was about grated. The mixing and same
The process
tinued : The first time you call her Wonders of Science.A t c>> revive a drama of
strong domestic above
the as directed.
supply dearth Governmentmistresses
peaches and cream or she calls her
you interest, found that he would
require ----w
to Paris during from the the provinces Summer holidays are sent darling, out you go !" ** Y-'es, sir." steel pin in a cast-iron crossheadis several additional actors to sustain some The manufacture of artificial feathers

to take cutting-out lessons for twenty "She's no sweeter than ten thousard constructed in an ingenious; way by very minor parts in the piece ; so, think gives employment to more than

hours t other girls, and you're no more of a I Harris Tabor, Supi itendent of there ing he would turn the existing amateur 3000 women ; 4000 are engaged in book
days, working seven per day. All
darling than I am and I won't stand
traveling expenses are defrayed by the I Ibtate. ", I Hartford Engineering Company. lIe theatrical craze to account, he sat down binding, at which only 5000 men are

In return, candidates are lovesick nonsense. He waked away J' takes a steel tube and turns it up true, and wrote to the manager of a leading employed ; 25,000 do work in shoe fac-

be l'X-1 with thnt, and people at the Falls who and then sets it in the sand before the theatre as follows : "MydearB--= tories ; 80,000 manufacture men's clothes
pected to taught by ,
knew the bridal couple were amazed to J crosshead is cast. The I am in immediate the
two lady inspectors, who have also been i gate runs want of severalguests' professionally, in addition to
bear them address each other j
Mr. '
appointed: to give a series of lessons, through this tube and, of course, in lifting for my comic g revival. I millions who do this kind of work at

according to their respective systems and Mrs., and to see what precautions the. mold "lnirns" the steel tube !I should be much obliged to you, therefore their own homes. It is somewhat surprting -
they took to prevent touching hands or fast on the cast-iron if would
Thursday during the scholastic core. Two ends you kindly send me two to know that more women are
very betraying any symptoms of love. They are gained-the pin has or three Earls 'forth
when free instruction is given to a steel surface, I at your earliest con engaged in making men's clothes
year, put in two wretched and it
students residing in and round Paris, days, w.uI which is a very gaud thing, and the venience. Yours, etc." e market, than in making women's,
only as they were tbe point of I
upon turning is all accomplished before the clothes m
morning and afternoon. At both of 1 the latter king only 22,000
leaving that they discovered how a base -Ije id is I and
clp I the United States 2000( women-
these classes I have lately had the opportunity villain bad duped them. Wool comforters are lighter ;
: of assisting. The morning At the l'uy-de-Doine Observatory at warmer than cotton and surely it is very proper-get a living by
ones. How
instruction from 9 till 1 inRue Moliereis To extinguish fire in the chum I Franc, says Engineering; some singu I! I rose in the morning tired often making confectionery ; 1400 make tWIDS

exclusively devoted to teachers preparing ney, put some powdered 'briny Jar effects of lightning discharge have> freshed, when sleeping under and unre- and 7000 are engaged in making corsets.

for examinations. On the da J stone in the firm and shut the stove ) been noticed on ,the copper cups of a comforters but not since I cotton The census shows that 217 make fire

of my visit ths attealaioe numbered all tip. | Kobinson's anemometer mounted on i ones. made wool works and explosives 20 make gun-

powder. ,





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; --. liteWr'f of hiI'pm..and IOMM. He bad'no jxatble *-.' Lion which perhaps I should not- have"' CLOTHES ARE ON FIRE.The first
United States Manhai A. Li Morri '
1M ,;cr.i'Sister' 'Jm1. drooed her Pride,' interest in girls who wash dishes attained if, I .bad gained what I thing to do when clothing catches Ore
lanctUied, son,..of.Albuquerque, If.. M. gives aninteresting
I..t Ay'altatence AD-wben Abe fell got down for ter pray, abe and dusted room,In h.nant's fine es- coveted above all these. at one time. account of, 'a remarkablesalt is to lie fiat and cover up the flames, if
;,1, : 'tuck up wing as few away. taMfehnvmt--' I outgrew my bitter I disappointment, miles there is nothing within reach to smotherit.
$ lake situated 150 west and
1, r OL&ake04'1.: Ur coat&5 :uiuermu,"I 'Shall I tell you how his appearance and in my work 1 found a'pmacea. Gettinginto bed, between the
Lawd ae can.f'Y7 ,
to a. as you south of Albuquerque, in New Mexico,
$ in'pry struck me, and how deeply I became in- I "Now I am in a very tranquil state blankets, and rolling up in them,wouldbe
= When she riz and about fifty miles from the.Arizonaline
Tf}ot Siiter Mary. rheumatic terestea in him, in those days? lean- of mind; and Mona, little friend, I have a sure way of putting out the file in
stickler leg at the which was visited by him a coupleof
I' .te1r.way oberde turnip patch. not describe him quite as he appeared ., observed you; ,and am aware you are weeks since in with General a skirt or sleeve. The worst, the very.
.;f ''(.)Jf J1tf'ft"to lift de heab. nry latch. tome. ,I can tell you only of his sunny 'not happy. :We will sympathize with company General worst, thing to do is to rundown stairs.
inner John
man Illinois and
Logan >
dl groun.i p
?Jj :4b jtf:gitou make a more ter jine de ban" blonde hair and his deep gray eyes, of each other, and in our mutual friend- Atkinson, :Surveyor: General of the Ter- Opening the door 'makes one draught
: the well-built figure standing perhaps ship dispel part of the gloom." running down stairs another, and rushing -
Broker Ike was full of sin, ritory. The lake is located on the top
$t;*-.:i?atSe Lawd would&tan'ItJl' grin. five feet seven. His kind words, so mildly spoken, the of a volcanic mountain and evidently out into the street,hi the last frenzied
%. 'fi AedehU grabbed him wid a hook. I cannot tell of a beautiful Apollo,tall !I most gentle that it had been my good moment, the worst of all. The impulse
Itf below.wad bun he took. occupies an extinct crater. The lake
$I' -.' pa down loll in de Ian','sinful chile. and beyond all men fair ; but I can say i I fortune to hear since I was an inmateof is perhaps three-fourths of a mile in to get out of doors is very strange' in all

S: I'.r,'. >' -.A.a' take from your soul de deoil bile. in pure truthfulness that this calm, I my aunt's house, went to my lonely diameter,and is so strongly impregnatedwith such cases, because within the house

u. ', -. .. almost graTe face fascinated and drew' heart like a soothing balm. rallied, and salt that a thick crust of pure there are always'means for putting out

!! :: "' Lost and. Found. me on with powerful hold which other soon we began to talk. The hours dew by white salt of a spongy consistency like a tire, and outside there are none. Rugs,

,\'- fairer faces had no power to do. I felt rapidly. floating ice incrusts the margin. It is rag carpet torn off the kitchen floor a.
it to be heart fluttering when his and I beginning to know heavy overcoat'blanketa for the
: My 'Aunt Hester declared an my poor eyes "You are so plentiful that it is carried away by beds

f1, insufferable nuisance, living In theg rested on me. I crept away to chide each other, Mona.,-"-said my newfoundfriend the wagon-load. It has'been long used even pieces of bedside carpet, put round
midst of'mills and factories, having for myself with renewed vigor in the at last. "We are going to De >fey the Indians., >The Marshal had several the person in the jtwinkling of an eye

&. your m ear st neighbors workmen and privacy of my'own apartmut. capital friends and" specimens with him, and took them i while water palls and pitchers are thereto

7:, mill h nds., Indeed'her august indig-, Thus I had grown familiar with him* No more was said, for aunt and from his valise. The salt is white, of hand, ready to be emptied. Inevery
\- when the and his daily I began to in and our evening together case let the whose clothes hair
':;: ,jation knew no bounds manufactory appearance cousin came the purest quality and destitute of sandor person or
,;: of 'Mr. Shields was erected Just watch for, and when he failed to come, was cut short. They were profuse any foreign ingredient. The texture has caught on fire throw herself flat on

, id-her garden, on the ground ad- I often went to my room, and cried just' in playful reproaches, and Mr. I Ii purous, like congealed white foam. the floor and roll upon the flame. If
, ; out of sheer 10h liness. His presencewas Shields was scolded in a pretty way for there is anything in tie room of flick
; 'Joining. lie has one specimen inclosing the stem
The village was a village no longer, a solace ; although he had never not attending the party. of some vegetable which can be handled woolen or carpets to smother it, even a

'!: but a town, spreading its borders over spoken to me, yet I was sad and disconsolate He said, "Well, you see, I was detained like an apple by its stem. But the most gossamer water-proof cloak, snatch

.t the hills to the east and west,"to their when he was absent. by important business until I fearedit curious feature of this lake, he says, is these and smother the fire while callingfor

: north and south. And down. in the One evening my aunt and cousins was too late; then I dropped in here, a tall circular column, or monument- help. If the fire has caught the

v, valley was the throbbing heart,teeming were going out. I was assisting them, thinking perhaps some of you were at shaped formation which rose up near hair bury the head in the bed-l thes.

i' with its busy people. Its tactories and when I chanced to drop Miss Geraldine's home. I found Miss Mona, and as she the centre of the lake to the height of Fire cannot burnJwithout air, and by

mills were being erected in what had ivory fan and brok. the tiny mirror. was all alone, I thought I should be UK feet,and which appeared to be composed shutting out all;air ..from the flame,

;. .once been the suburbs of a village. She tapped me smartly on the ear, and, .i I doing my duty with her. So I stayed, of white lava thrown up by some they must go oat.:: But*an open door

My aunt, Hester Stuart, and her in bitter anger, said, "You awkward | and we have had quite a delightfultalk. convulsion during some ancient geological fans: the flames and a standing position

:- daughters,Geraldine and Clotilde, were little fool! Now my fan is in a nice con- ." period. The outside of this singu- gives them headway.**Girls are much
ladies of fashion, and all that the word dition If you cannot be more careful Aunt Hester made some reply, and lar column sloped from the base toward more liable, from their long, flowing;

:implies they were. The greatest hereafter, yon had better let things calculated to annihilate me. They all the top, and was rough enough to en- hair, their cottoa aprons, and, altogether -
seemed to want to box my ears. So I thinner and loosely bouffant dress to
"catch" of the season, the newest alone I"Turning able it to be ascended.On ,
opera and the styles were the sum total to her mamma, she said, just "folded my tent"like an Aarb, and reaching the top of the cone the be set on fire than boys, whose stout

d their conversation. "Mr. Shields always takes my fan if I as silently stole away. The next morn- interior was found to be hollow like a cloth jackets are not easily _ignited.

: It was:conceded by all the household chance to lay it down, and now it's utterly I, ing I had my orders. 1 was given my tube, and at the bottom there was The rules for putting oat;firein burning

that Miss Geraldine was the lady of the ruined by the carelessnesss of that I dismissal.I I .soundly reprimanded for my seen a circular pond of water with a 1 clothing may not the taught in the
horse: Even her mamma called herMS thing 1" She looked daggers at J forwardness and my aunt and cousins bright emerald green color in appear-I normal school, but every teacher ought .
to know them and that
; Geraldine. It was a high misdemeanor me.Aunt took turns in taunting me. Then I was ante, probably to be attributed to the so thoroughly
Hester I thought might have even the fright of mounting flames will
to omit the important prefix. in the nighttimeto sparse rays of light which penetratedthis
spirited away
Miss Geraldine always had the first given me some sympathy ; she only aunt's farm far out in the huge tube, and were reflected from not drive them out of mind.
everything and Clotilde turned and said, "Mona, hereafter try my L .
and best of ; exiled abandoned driven the smooth, mirror-like surface of the
was obliged to submit to her, sometimes to be careful ; you have iriitated Miss country, water. The party with some difficulty Niagara Falls.

in a very humiliating manner. Geraldine considerably. Do not vex away.* descended the projecting sides of the

.I, the poor dependent orphan niece, yourself; 1 will get another fan for One evening I went to a neighbor's to interior of this bowl, and they found -

iras chided by one and upbraided by you, dear child," she said to her get a book. The short winter day was no incrustations of salt on the surface Much has been written of the wonders

another, until, between them all, my daughter. closing in on my return. A wagon like that on the outside; but on thrust- of the Falls of Niagara. The followingfrom

'"lines" were hard ones. I thought if When they were gone, I threw myself passed me. Its occupant, a man, was ing the hand into the water and withdrawing Charles T. Baker's "iamtfure of

my aunt possessed such a thing as con- upon the sofa and gave vent to my pent- muffled up ; he looked at me as he it the hand came out perfectly the Koo/2" (Michigan ,Central) is a

science; surely it would say to her, up sorrow. No reproaches however un- passed; the ejaculation, "Mona I" came white from the particles of salt that graphic paragraph of well painted, and

"Seep'no more." just and harsh, no cutting reprimands, out in a very emphatic manner. 1 adhered to it. It was evidently a very I richly grouped ideas.

When Mr. Shields was building, and no scornful looks, could cause me to cry looked up ; it was"Kenneth Shields. strong brine. The Marshal said he "The stupendous character of this ..

my aunt 'was unacquainted with his in their presence ; I kept control over Hurriedly he jumped out. bathed in the water and experienced avery grand fall of waters is apparently too ,

personal*history, this sooty manufactory my emotions, and wept only when "Mona, where are you going ? Is pleasant effect from this, one of sublime to allow of its being dealt with
with its smoky chimneys, was an alone. I cried and sobbed, and longedfor this where you have been all this time ? nature's baths. Some time was spentin by the imagination of finite conception.

eyesore to her fastidious taste. most any fate that would free me I made bold to inquire your whereabouts a study of this remarkable lake and A surging river flowing to the brink ofa

"It ought to be declared a nuisance, from this thraldom. Finally I must have but your aunt gave me very un- its mineral surroundings. The Marshal precipice, and then leaping with a

,this grimy old factory and these greasy fallen into an uneasy slumber. The sati.faetory answers. You did steal also described a desolate, arid plain roar and bound into the boiling, seething
workmen 1 What a desirable view from sense that tells us some one is near awoke way in a dreadfully mysterious manner. composed of lava, one hundred miles in cauldron of contending currents that

our sitting-room window I It is outrageous Fiom standing at my elbow you tied width, situated beyond the Organ hiss and growl and splash ana foam in the

.i"Thus me.Standing motionless, looking down into the vast unknown." mountains, so called because thebas- seeming abyss of smoking,angry waters.
would my aunt comment upon upon me in silent pity, was Mr. Shields.I 1 could hardly speak for joy ; for the altic-like columns rising up as seen at a Lakes of fluid thrown in a few hours from

. Mr.Shields' workshop. But very soon hurriedly started up, muttering some light in Kenneth's eyes was clearly that distance resemble the pipes of an organ. a frightful elevation. A refilling river
it'began to be generally known that kind of apology, and very much ashamed of love. I no longer accused myself ofvanity The great plain beyond is about eighty discharging its volumes of unrestrained

Mr.Shields was a bachelor. Then she of my tear-stained and rumpledhair. when I confessed with delight miles east of Las Cruzes. The plain is I I force into a belching reservoir that

began to cultivate his acquaintance and I requested him to be seated, and that he really did think of me. entirely destitute of water, which has to throws out in spray and steam as it

to court his favor. He was rich. He I he sat down, not on the ch air near him, The Well,next it is the day old 1,bade old story.adieu to the be conveyed by those crossing this in- I were the offerings of the water gods of

would be such a capital husband for but beside me on the sofa. I was con- dreary farm, and with my promised hospitable waste. But the remarkable Niagara, and casts off from crag and -

Miss Geraldine. fused, and knew not what to do or say.I husband started for the city, on reaching thing about this desert is an immense jut, from rock and pebble, the Naids

. .. Siege was laid immediately, and if suppose he had perception enough to which we went to his sister's whereI stratum of gypsum or selenite, of pure who would dance upon their bosom.
running diplomacy was to be depended notice my agitation. lIe was all calmness stayed till we were quietly married. white color, and when seen from a distance Neptune ne'er dared wave his tridant .

upon,surely the citadel must surrender. and ease. I wonder if it were possi- Then we took rail to my aunt's; and resembles a huge snow-drift. o'er such a wild' scene of nature, but
Mr. Shields was reported to be perfectly ble he could hear my foolish heartbeat Kenneth introduced me as "Mrs. This gypsum bed is several miles in extent bends in homage to the Spirit of the

impervious to the arts and wiles and see the tremor of my lips, Shields" to aunt and cousins. and is in sufficient abundance to Falls who controls the winds and waves,

spread: out for him by mammas and when I tried to answer his ques They were astounded and ashamed I furnish a supply for all purposes. for that seem to exhaust Nature in their,

daughters who were on the 'look-out,".I tions. and I confess that the sudden tr.msIformation which it is used to the habitable globe. tierce and boisterous contentions.
so to speak it was generally supposed'' "You are in trouble to-night, from plain Mona Norton to There are other remarkable physical Niagara has dealt out death to the im-

thathe had been through"deep waters." :Mona?" Mrs. Kenneth Shields quite startled appearances in the region mentioned prudent who have trusted to their pigmy
The gossip said that he bad, when a I shall remember to my dying day tile scarcely known to the outside world. strength, and who dared their sad end

journeyman and poor, loved a lady I inexpressible sweetness of these sympa me.They welcomed us in a tolerably hospitable ;:- It is a scene of wonders. in their fruitless endeavors to stem the
whose father would not consent to the thising tones. I thought, as 1 alwayshave manner, and for form's sake we mighty torrent" tOM" lea to the destructive -

match until he could produce a stipulated since, that it was the most musical stayed to dinner; still a latent spark ef The Field of Science. brink, and then with the force of a

sum.' voice I had heard in all my troubled, resentment lingered underneath the thousand giants, in one effort; hurled

He worked hard, and began to amass dreary life. show of good-will. Something Profitable for Reflection Study. and the victim to the shrinking depths be-

*fortune. But the girl was tickle, and "You were sobbing in your sleep whenI "Mona, dear," said my husband A man breathes about eighteen timesa .

before he was ready had married another came in; what was it ? Are you lone- when we were alone, "were you resigned minute, and uses 2000( cubic feet of low.Yet, Niagara is grand. There is a

This embittered him. Now he I ly V Aunt and cousin are gone, aren't to your fate, and would you have madeno air per hour.ALCOlIOL. sublimity in this construction of Diety
was Business was ? Well, cheer up ; I will stay here effort to let me know'your place of
wedded to his work. they FROM l'OI.Xlt is said that no human pen can delineate, no
his idol; money his wife and children.He until they return. Are they unkind to residence ? You did not intend to for- that alcohol equal to that made from finite mind can conceive, no words

scarcely gave a second glance to any you?" get me?" can be produced from acorns. adequately express.! It is beyond comparison -
tell untruth now, with "jn,' *.t I did not ; and if you had
woman. I could not an The acorns are freed from the shell and ; it is truly marvelous. The
My aunt and Miss Geraldine beganto the tear stains still on my cheeks ; so I not come to rescue me. I don't think ground finely; then they are mashed .' visitor who gazes in awe at the spectacleis
I scolded me I could have gone on living. But I 'I.
lay their plans, and the distant, reserved replied : "Miss with malt and allowed to ferment. impressed with a sense of God's infinitude -
Mr. Shields was often invited to because I dropped her fan and broke auv happy" now so let us forget the Acorns contain about twenty per cent. I the wonders of his creation,

taDs and dinners. Almost any after- the mirror, andunt Heater, post. of starch, and eighteen per cent., of and feels that in seeing Niagara Falls

noon you could hear them laughing and too." Altogether Too Fastidious. gluten. They would I* a valuable arti- he has had'the satisfaction of viewingthe

exchanging merry sallies from the Here I completely broke down, andcried cle of food if it were not for the tannic greatest of all earthly objects within
to stop. Scene at a table d'hote of the sixteenth -
windows. I I as if I was never going which the of the spectacular.
cent. they
and let me sob class, where dinner is served at acid (about three per ) range
As the days went by I often noticed He sat awhile in silence, '. contain. Vast quantities which go to &chcUIJ
he said laying his G r. M. At lie t a guest takes his seat
; l&n. at as 1 undisturbed; then _. .
looking intently me interned "Don't give way and asks sor soup. The dregs in the waste every year, where hogs are not .
:- my daily work. Sometimes, hand uiHii my head. tureen are given him. Arrived at the fed in the woods, might be gathered by
"when I the to grief; come, cheer up ; you are for VKKMICELLI PUDDING.-Pare thinly
was dusting sitting-room, your hard boys and converted into alcohol
he strikes
something ,
but 1 ot spoonful ,
I would chance to look towards the hurt by cross words and off the yellow rind of half a lemon ;
in the arts, thus freeing an equivalent -
Mona to- and discovers it to be a domino. Furious use
mil and catch his glance. there is sunshine after I he calls the master of the establish- 'I amount of grain for use as food. Or break a stick of cinnamon into bits.
'I often of night you and I are dr"wing'ery near student of practical chemistry Boil these in a pint of milk, sweeten to
wondered what he thought been m' nt. "See here," cried the exasperated some young '
have Put
'se it Perhaps to each other; I, too, make a good thing for himsel- taste and strain through sieve. a
be all.
thought of me at I have sounded the man, "isn't this disgusting ? I have might vermicelli into the I
I of
to in hispeculations by ingratitude. the world by devising an economical quarter of a pound
was only meditating, lost the perfidy just fished a two and a three with my and for
by it boil for ten
I waters and mixture and let
bitter above
; and his eyes happened tow I 1 sunk to the I spoon." "Well," replied the unabashed process of separating the starch
I was five whole add
; test to find of one person and tannic acid, the latter for minutes Beat up eggs,
on ice. I tortured brain
'_ my 1 am out of host, "I you must be crazy. Did gluten .
But all into
"' ,. depths of despair. and the other for food. them to the mixture, pour a I
: -; ; '&$O \fin to this enigma, asking myself far expect the double-six at his time technical uses
and am now jou
of despond, and bake for half an hour.
slough dish
> + this I
lwu that _Scientific American.
r vain enough to suppose I would have been had of day?" ,
:, \ Kenneth Shields was thinking of me. happier than

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4ie....tmrn., .a.# tt---- lti,JUM, ',Agreed "j 'r & I ,HI3CELLANEOU& '
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: to contribtte' ,ISattowwdi, .pu WiAing m NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. ; ;

'county.pamphlet fcr; :1 lich ;a'county.; Lard Office at Gainesville. .:

;Ali 1j +p8)brd, ;.a,'bandedii rji1 oNS' LLS CASH CASH CASH NOTICE is hereby given: ..:\priI16.that l&sO.the .f .

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: tupped: :3tirisnnadaily louingnamelsettler filed '
> are 4ronx I II notfce 014- 1':
'iT">.< .r,*' ot<..' ::.. ''*< ::. I II I his Intention to make final proof in sport .;.
;fi.,!,.ri 11 .. of his claim and that said ;
:-r I. proof wUl' +.lf'

. .. Peachw are jOentiful in;Gainesville,,at : NEW RICH 'BLO. D, "THtEREP be made before a. A.. Stewart, t.1er\tUr 1 ,.

Titusville, Fla.. on Uonday.May 23 ., '
iftrJ pet, .t i' '', AM a.mplehif( fth.mte_ t s blood in the entire ystem la this maitb.;Axy Per'' viz: Berrian Titusville 1SS2: r
DlnstrntedBoolibtC'BIiDsmailedfor MD vfao vin tars 11'SD..m night from 1 to 13 week, mar ** wwtored to Bound AT THE Homestead NaiLNo.of for the. XE-FIa,1, \+,ar '
: ft.oeh.tlltasbepotable. foetarlntfemaleCometsl & theM Pills have noigtaai .
1-4 of S: E 1-4 sectional and X 1-2
of sir
3 COT itatrip:' Bm,Eoob Ctx., :237 : nytkUos' HM them la their practice. Sold fter1w'MDt by man for 1-4 and S W 1-4 ot S W' isectica33:' \

Sooth'8tll 6t; "PhfladelptLu 11 4t ' BmS pamphlet. I. 8.JOnxSOX CO..'BOSTON.<198.. ,
21 south
,_. ltT RS township range 33 east. ; ;.\
--3 r HA.O lathe : CROUP, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS.I following witnesses to' &;
Foos 0" ''' iSON'S AXODYlfE JU2O3f] '-(TwmtgaUnP.lto prove continuous residence upon and' ;f
worldyi20 large pages,,4 pages new music ,I DiPHTHERIA & e&>.mbIe rttaMiM ami wffl that will cultivation of said land. viz: ilosesMtti..* 'l
: nine cues out of ten. Information tax* :;;

, 1000,engravings, ...each. .iasue.. .. '60...cents.per I ",. Ure U sent beta free tun by*. Dual delay m moment. STORE "erE.P.\\llber.J.iosealIofTitii3vIlIe.I.:Fla.. Watson, iT,E"- ..I. ".., I,

year; eingie :'copies,, 15 cento. '&TEI.WBEIDGE& ( ;.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT ta "tf t'RatdWt d2 I.. A. BanNE5, ,
CLOTHIEB," '8th & MarketPhiladelphia Sts., ..saa -,tt+..Laua.l1e ..ta.LertaOn'onkIIa.rleaeasnutthlebaR41t: CoIIIb.0irmJIt Register United States Land Office.
,;, .. IL,: 4t. ..H .inrt Rranmitle1(3rople tams ITii>. SoJdtTwywberB. s.s for pamphlet u L S.JoMaca A (;0..Borro,>>.u&. XO ICE.

MISCELLANEOUS. .. D ta A that BKut of th Land OlHce, Gainesville Fla.

: Bon coontry:5;.yam r sold in lets MAKE HENS LAY April 19, IS83. }

NOTICE is hereby that
--o--- given the (o).
WHji .THE J.LES Tarr wlu Tabubta.make hens Notbiof l>r on Kheridmn'a earth Condition Powder. DOM.. one teataoonlbl- to each plat lowing named settler has filed notice of

twd.: aVl TerTwliereoc'meat b.f mail a>>ct .ln uinp I. 8. JOHSWS 4 Co.BOSTOS.ILu. his intention to make final proof ia sap.;

,Are white With Cotton, port of his claim and that said proof will
WALTON, 'VE-IAKK: zC co., be made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk dr.

Then yowl'want a fine Piano'or an .Organ. The Oldest and Most Reliable Place of cult court at Titusville Fla., on Saturday

..*- Bat why.wait for itt Bay at once June 2,18S3. viz: Andrew J. Carter. 0('
and enliven the lone hot summer months PLOW BRAN! LaGrange Fla.. Homestead Entry Xow

with music, and make the Harvest Home n r SISESSon !).987 for the X 1 i of S: W i and lot Yo.4

fttlll more joyful. Never mind if you of section 32, township 20 south, range

b&nn'C'goC the cash., Have,. you not Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure.PREPARED 35' east.

heard of; Indian River, Dealing in lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and

EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable growers of cultivation of said land, viz: Win.Ealey._

LUDDEN ft: lATE8'MIDSUMMER Florida. It will produce a heavy. but sound and healthy growth on growing trees :\. J. Pace. Rufus Herndon and Richard

and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit. General jVJCercliandise Herndon, all of LaGrange Fla

IT W ILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and in the 32 I.. .\. DARXEJ

latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.IT Register United States Land Otlice.


Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.. >

And dOn:von know that during:; the WALTON, WHANN & CO., May 21, ISS3./

months of July, August and September Wilmington, Del. bought and sold at this Stand.Remember XoilCE is hereby given: that the follow-
you can buy at LOWEST ROCK BOTTOM in -Ilnmetl settler has tiled notice of his

Cash Bates by.paying jurt> a, little cashdown Atl: Captain McLean of the stoop ".11101' to Inn y you a sack rjthe intention to make final proof in support;
and ba1anee:. ovember 1st. with of his claim,and that said proof will be

out Interest?; *It's a dead, sure fact. and --o-- made before .\. .\. Stewart, Clerk circuit

you can't uv one red cent'by postponing PLOW BRAND. court at TitHSville DrevarJ county, Fla.,

purchase until your cotton conies inHere on Saturday June 30, 1SS3, viz: John

are- the. terms.' JNO. AXDERSOX, of Orniond. Agent ft.rE.vt and South Florida. Houston, (one of the heirs of Samuel L. .: .
A Dollar will buy exactly Houston deceased), of Eau Gallic.! Fla.
Hd. X o. 3 024 for the lots i.S. & 11, Set
Midsummer Special Offer.' COLLINS{ & CO HARTFORD IS. Township 3:! S: Range E.

= ) $1.00 worth.Established He names his continuous the following residence witnesses upon and toprove ...

Established 1G.y cultivation of said land viz: Y. (;. Creech
$25 Cash down on a'Piano. A. P. McMillan. J. O. Simmons, and J. ,

III lS.3. T. Snell.: of Eau Gallic. Fla.
$10 Cash down .
on an Organ
5 \>3 I.. A. ES, Register.XOTJC& .

And} the balance November 1st nest ,:.:I:

without one cent of interest. Bock Bot .J' -5 .. Address orders to

tom Cash Hales. No interest or advancein 1'. S. Land Office at Gainesville Fla.\

price. And if, when pay day comes, : July C, 1333./

you can't pay all cash rve: will, give 10 I:"."......... _.' The COMPLAIXT having been entered at

longer time with a reasonable increase .: ,... "'.t;.n;;; ,....-. Headquarters Store, this office by William 31. Fee
of price.: Chickening Ludden & Bates. i 0 -J't, tA'""" -- 2 Henrietta. Strobhar for
JIathushek, Krauich& Bach, Hallet Da :-+. ( < .., -- her abandoning
.... a homestead eutry:Xo. 3777, dated Oct.
Titusvillc Fla.
vis & and Ariou Pianos Mason
Co. &
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J;. 1S7..
j upon the X 4 of X E j nod E I
Hamlin Packard' Orchestral and .Ba 'le't'4kye' r jI
; 7? I of :X W J Section 33, Township 23 S,
State Organs. Every grade and style. "' .u.--'''' 4,1
-...= The Range 3; E, in Brevard county Fla: .
All with maker's names and fully guar Florida Stale C-'azetleer with
a view to the cancellation of said
anteed. Xo stencil I nstrufuent* sold. A MANUFACTURERS OFHatchets9 _
anti entry: the said parties
are hereby summoned .
selection from over 300 styles from ten
leading makers.. Fifteen days- test,tri.ilgiven. BUSINESS DIRECTORY to appear at this Office on the 23d
dry: of-August 1s. ;{, at o'clock 1\.
We pay,all freight if instrument| Axes Picks
respond and furnish
is not satisfactory. Six mouths exchange Cviiteinfiiy the mum, butnex and adlres* ing said alleged abandonment.testimony concern

privilege given.SPECIAI.. Testimony
-of the- will also betaken before Henry Olm-
AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY stead, Justice of the Peace at Eau GalIie! ,

BARGAINS S TOOLS FOR PARKS AND PLANTATIONS. Jferthant, Profesonal & Uusincss men, August, 1883 at 10 a. ui.

and the 1.:1.B.11NE3. Register.
principal fanners and ]laiilowners
this month In our grand' Clearing Out Also FINE STEEL AKD CHEAPER PLOWSOf 12 w4 JOHN F ROLLINS. Receiver.
orange groves and plan
Piano Sale.' 100 first-class Pianos, nearly

new. some not used a month utter all sizes and prices fran $) t) $ *}. Aba, :PiowJij ICacMnes. tation.-, together with a NOTICE.

from $00 to 8100 nnder,regular. price, o Ueasy Farmers will receive .v::.:uzblo: ir.format.'cn, catalogues, Ac., SL-tfch n/AH Cititt, Towns and alias U. S. LantlOtlice, Gainesville Fla.
cash and balance
1IsYlllentif 825 ,
by writing t9 the makers
13 lb S3.
810 monthly.' 'Sold'only to make room And how to reach then, nnJ other valuable May ,
lor fall slock. Write for Special Circulars COLLINS & CO.. 2!? Water St., New York.PARSONS' information. Office Complaint hiving been entered at this .
by W.C. Bonnril
and full line of Piano and OrgaCataoaues This important work agaiint U. P.
will Iw i ued
: ju"t:1S Tyler abandoning his hume-taid. en-
free. .
All sent tidies PURGATIVE
S IJU a*. tie! labor of collecting tnunrut.r .C73.. dated June 13; 1S:$.

and compiling the fact upon the lot X o. 7, ctioltI1J lots
Ludden & Bates'SOUTHERN ILLS } can be flccomplMud. Xu11113: Section 2';. Township 20 S,
Tu the buMiiecommu .
langets 1-;. in Brevard county FlorlJa.
nity this will I> the with a view
e mist valuable Kwk to the cancellation of said
MUSIC HOUSE And will rnupei.Iehiontheb I>M." are
EACH NIGHT FRO ON F.TO TW KLVE WttK: :<.mn bcmtrred W..UA4... th..f inch yet U.en published about summoned -
z th 441'lill bare BO.,in.l. th-tr j'rwtir. S"M....irj"hvr.. to appear at this Office on the 2Cth
ori ntbmuPOBOILY torts I'DClla rim.n4 f"r I"arb. L s.JO1L: EON& CO FIoridu
SAVANNAH, GA. Ollcm. .a. Trice, $'j. to be loItll.y Mib;cription. diyof June. lOoVIock a. m. to

respond and liirnMi testitnOIlCOllcern-

I oo ,Ir BEATTVS' PARLOR ORGANS ONLY S59) R"ttV J Ji. .f't'n-ti. iilJ: Ill;_: said alleged I.. .\abandonment..- BaKXES.: itegiiter.4v .

y j I P:1 with look$;jl>. I l'\_( with 111)jk $:341 > JOHN ROLLINS.. Heieiver.NOTICL ,-
$59:00 "OK .
Regular ce..888.0QwiUiaM.g& j-rV'
Agent wanted in
,.RElCMT $.A STOPS J-CeUo.II ft.tnaC-odts..ft,way. J-brsbeU.; .t ft&011..C.IaDasl Snb-Ban.IC ftn every e'Jtmhto IT.
P.fA : \tiD'...nollmD. la f'-to.Satapboo...r fL loll.I.'iol oil Gamba, a fSo tolll.0.:11' 1 whom liberal tcrm- will I S. Land Office at Uainesvillp, F1\\
a '
; .
'.. "a..f'-pussr-w. Icei f o '.1r-GrandEaptriiu' ,1-Iinch11un.t ft.I'Ce.It.rp.Ronan.. U-..i I oirervJ.52
111UIUII1&.1.-Ecbo. to f&&one. Is-Dl ciana.a (..toas. -c.b f&. on*.11-ou :.nto.g f'- tone i.-K' >liBi. May23.1i-$3.j
.fto"'De.19-\-011 Jabdantc. ( ft. tutwi'iemlo.4ft.tone.lCoBpltrUaimeniaaOKbutnllon .i3- .l' r Organ"lIee op.: -&iib'Ur/C"n KIH Skip. & AFPLEYARD Pubs. Complaint havingbeenehtered at this
,CJ"Thi Onr..n n.triumph of the Orrin fmldersArt. IT IS TESTBEACTIFLLIXAPPEAB- Office by fc1iurth,D. '.
v, 'fS AVlE. BE1XO tXACTLT LIKE Ctl. Th.Taw, u of sand t1 alga. rrCfowl,onsmmud web Cleveland taillst
haDd-canlac ana. expeiuiT finer. ntrr. The Mono Pocket ire} th.cut: kal1l1ll1ll1e61"l1) exu .\" I'. O. I-.x H>l] Jacksonville, Ho. TruC.i:1 1'tnderlip. for uhaltllolliui: his
+ It u dticmnr f milliociire's .
a plu.'o tS parUr. .11.1 would iraiocnt the boudoir of a pnaeces. HotUI'.teul
'' FIVE SETS Ortsvesband.on.aCptancoe. ItwillootskI th. dirtor '-'-- --------- Entry. So. ;;.1'(;, llttl'tlprit

t r, YI//p + 1 t :"' i rencii Uuiu.motion ." .. ...a/wY.Y.r.wGtaa'IGrpao.. Kich: an". Lft Knt t-u-jp.1 to E runarol Sk'P.Ih.thori .Famciuu. '1111.- Valuable 2li. :b;.. upun the Ink, -t.raud ti.*.if o<<<,. *.U> Ide.of GClJ.U: ''i Tb>ULUUtLD: <. to 6Ilo.eAretot "Property SettiunC. to vi1, iip.n .ai-,5 :Jj E.m :.
t powerful Sab-La&. d. ..ur 3tegreeofVDICCL1.L! 't1:
e.- ; on* 4 rorSaZe : Cl llut\-. Floridailh Ievrto
t udetar..a.ebefRerutarOOLUF.NTONGCg1tEEUL Bclii* all tllIl."WIn be en.4 up a "
y : Ir M1ir 1 wttbssOCTlViCCI'YLLKwh.cbdabluthepnrauf the tetrumce. Lamp Minds Pak.tfue the, cancellation if the
X11 Alone. D .,tLl"*1'atcet Stop AcUuu.alu aaaatlicc lioiH. &c. UhaablidiCK Lilaaaeonrenicntlr Thirty writs uC Lam in the said'ntry:
a Y" d t amn|.i UaadJci far o" tin l Quahty dRabber Cloth ara of creat: fOfT. and arw etua cp with Steel SpnnR..n4 .Ia. > Hammock.
'J t k.cqllaity| 1..sII Sara.. Thi in.traj of b.ine ovendtilth'oitshwl lllcUtlH new jmlvantzetl at this Oiliee on the 12th day of July
Jlctupfn'atdMita.aaJa.verg"tottt cf rciurorwrrn :; Win- l1il'Cr.taIJ 1>N>. at 10 o'cluck awl
t\vtlvc :!crl'.->. Five a. HI. to respond
SPECIAL TEN-DAY OFFER. ir yen will rrmlt mo <>39 pad I 11m.I luniiMi trstimony runcerttiltgaitl :.illcgeilabandonment. "
::14 ; tfFt the aoirxcd C.a ." vlihla 10 tttlyotulguriIhtalthyOrang( trtt> .

.r' days from. 1 the will date box aad ef .thUKtB.papcr. !alp Fi.rty bearing tret-. Ik.iutiful: llivcr; [.. .\. BaiiNFS.

: u7Vw -; yea tbU Orcan. with OrganlUaea. 1 lY'tit. six i acrefine cane aiul knnana onx F. RoLMNsi: (:t''c't>r'. f: :
< I mk. rif, uncUy thoarao 1nlll
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;," (J 'Ja'l'o'.'ctt0 r..t before.her out by astrong effort shecontrolled I' t f The Marguerite with JU point in front,
& $u.*:$' /-"'-' "" 4u.jhsri 'f 4LtNc i .* .DOTB6lT,";!itidct+dcched'th'e! ten. As the:season-;advance*; and the demand closely, resembles a 'bonnet. ,X jockey '

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_{< ""-_.-r.wt &e and'tremaloai lidd..": ). w_eel ,.,!9f.-t 'see/', ) on.Pt -.f her carriage,she waited*patiently,"much' beauty and variety of'deafen'and coloring stapes, as a well as iC J I amthe< :Mrt
ft.' : ft.. ...'. $ 'tt.[. >1 "to the Mon iahmetut tber:"caechman, grows more and more appareni, Tie the crowns gathered alj"6yer.ix ort t.1p)
,, dM4 aad'vlaeyar on.the plain? ': :' h o"ffiy.deir'1"eald'Mi; Jo1mion:{an'unu.sua11y stolid individual, ,quite .-spring materials are. gradually,:yielding warm weather' 'very j&pr ;' richly '; /
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' 1f.. ,,:td"F! Pi 1ri1 11t cool andstilLa .. #o.r.'J. /are...:..:.:...i._overcome... .'! b.Y ; :: on&iees. and{ received', the welcome i lor wafered, ginghams, either ..- r I 8'* ''**
,: < Iiloed 1 Dtke Cy icon lal riat 'crabs.t ; romise'pd i' to ySC; : "Ci+irac has'seen checked plain or with 'a broche" lace shades in plain cloths ,are sot'nose\ .
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"'!;:: { .t heed spied std oarnsa a sculptured tomb J .," ., I-wJllbe more, -bane hereattep,:and her,husband emerge from.the.stage,entrance pattern over them, :'llamas, ,with\ a' smoke tones and snuff browns.. s *
.: Ii' ;' IiMro.n id"lioaIUlU1eIhade.\: jfW to my litle rosebud of a wife that with 'Mademoiselle Vera. A printed cashmere:pine design;a serits The' light bonnets are' ''beginning to'
'n .fta the mi Ioyewhichher 'angelic'' 'disposYtWso of shaded discs ': "and Scotch show white black r 1I
.., De "78 < r:: ; I..JeM foot might ie the'r'ead grul f'xblbittablet .1.11fWi& I"justivdeservea- r .': and she faulted. On arriving plaid zephyrs, are to be .the popular velvet; edged1' with'tirooping'daisies; ; 4
t i )"""..lrfeds and Wild nnea overtUJ1.e' ; Thereiwaa something in his.:inlet; at home Clararoce to tLe drawing:! favorites of.the season. T shaded forget-me-nots: are' popular.

w.1i hU etOOpea to-tra- : .! .' ..1 I self-possessed- .manner that set C1ar 's room. BAs she opened the door a cry.of A're a 'Rftdbael imewom marb"bore; tortured mind completely aVease burst from : and gingham wilt be particularly fash- and oil
'"J astonishment.. ,. .. her Jips. ; binding strings, and an aigrette. :
['reagent rs ....1'"u pralle PACE orprl7er'for-nothing iraeef more,- :..,,$he kissed her hu b n'a"l rvently, and I Mr.Johnson" vas seated in an easy chair, ionable ; and also cream or pale blue' one I side. .A cream nttomati'silk: orb: ,

;t ff lr$iit. wdnuA r'W:'t';:-if.any, "7t'liQ, 4 said, Forgive me for doubting you, I eading. He looked' up'good-humor- sateen;studded with brown wafers ;the ,terry. velvet.wonld. have.humming tints'in 't

;it&me Bad'loo* pee vanished from the stone.. Herbert;* dt-was my love caused;.mi, edly: and said, "Turn about is fair play. ; crushed strawberry. color reigns supremeat .a cluster of marabouts on 'one'aide
d ')AlYlllthem fok.'patbetic" aone fear." where has my pet wife been ?" present, and will,probably continueto for a fete bonnet Green chenille: ton.-t' ..
and thi ,
;'$ ':( .pmce" :J.bDplore' ., .l, os ,There is nothing to be forgiven my Clara sat down wearily., {J'H do so during the' Bummer and au- nets*with ottoman: auk strings, 'and a

?:;3 "Wife's' p Mistake. -. ?* .sweet wife.- 'Heaven. '- .-bless-.and keep- you' .. "Herbert, you'can deceive me no tumn, as' it is both becoming, and single.rose, with leaves and buds, are

\I. { 'e. ___ ,*waysl" -"' -' longer. 1 wasat;. .,"the. theatre'to-night, pretty. sew; also texra-cotta: straw trimmed
;h 4t- '".'. ''Ereryone said, that .Clara Johnson .Clara'seyes filled with tears/and/ the I saw you'and-- know- all." Among the novelties is an ottoman in with.the shawl lace, shot with gold,and Il'

t!;.. TU foolishly fond of'h'er-'Kusband."A recencilation was complete.A "I was not at the' theatre to-night. striped nun's veiling?in 'beautiful colors darker velvet. '

' : :.nature sa'f'es from suspicion as hers few days,after this, Clara was at Clara, I do not like.auntLiza. .. ; she has with alternate'three inch,stripes of (At present the bonnets, are small,

f btedannncorruptedand, ,incorruptii .. her i.favorite,window, gazing' out'with been here again..:" < 0- ottoman silk and, nun's. cloth. This, is'. younger ladies wearing those-with the.

&.* *?_. He r heart << j i f mpA pleasure at the handsome' equipages "Herbert- am T mad J ; ''V' saw :yQnandand I to be made up with plain nun's veiling, sloping crows,. called "skulls_ ,", ana:
, ):' ':n' hercustomnberlong'winter; ,wiiich'daShed past: 'It was a" splendid' that woman ii 1" and will form a stylish costume. Thereis elder ones those with flat crowns ands;" a

r.: tveningvwben. bier husband, deeply en- whiter" day, and.. .- there, was snow on .theground. ;Mr. Johnson advanced, and'took his also Drap de Cannes,'which is a closer ;.: raised brims..' Goldvtrimming. is.mcetpopular __
' .1' eedinhisbusinessafalrswasabsentp1epare) ;; Since the night of Aunt Liza's wife's hand in his. kind of nun's cloth, and a'pretty Monte and so are the new.. shapes

f .to ipf his return a delicious lit visit Clara had been supremely happy; 'My' pet wife," he said quietly, "the Carlo plaid, in the fashiouable'shades, covered >in gold -or .iridescent:= M

: copper"and .then, quietly 'awaiting her husband4 d.r pent hla'eveningsregularly person:you saw to-night 'at'tiie theatre shot with lines of gold talk; wonderfullylight tinsel. ... ,

1t. !ihi:l 'return, dream.over.his last words,of in her company, and had once is my twin brother. Years ago he was and cool.Checked I .
,, .r-c;,. .,' Clara foolish little wen taken taken her to the very theatre Surahs in 'small 'squares The Dispensary.0 .:
i:' "" 1'" for. was a obliged to leave the country on accountof cCHA.OEoFLOCATION
: ,i e,:and< certainly loved well, if:not spoken of by.her.aunt; his participation in a' mad escapades within a large one; checked and breche rop HEALTH.
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T. elJ. Notwithstanding a long career of profligacy ,Change of .for invalids is an ..;
f'a.One'evening'J,: she was surprised by a Mademoiselle Vera, and had imaginedher I I loved" this'erring brother'of of ottoman silk are among the other at- important curative element of itself, .

;. .1" vMt'from. 'a maiden aunt, who.1ii was attentions" were rather plainly ad-:' mine, I accumulated money by addi- tractive novelties ;Thrbrocte,*mixed without, reference ,to change ,of .climate. -
7: .J noted for gossip,and had beretofore been I 'cfressed'to her husband; but she had determined tional labor without impairing that for- with the minute checked shot;taffetas, As a rule persons: ; .who have. /,contracted : 1 '
,( fery, pai.' ;:of hfff visits to ttybjhouae to (banish suspicion for ever. tune which, in the event of my demise, is much worn by. young' ladies- for. visiting 'IIseases. "while. .. }residing near.: +

:.= e I of.wedded-bliss... Alas} .what untold It was an easy task, for frankness was of right belongs to you. I have finally costumes, and the shades are excessively the,sea, receive the. most marked: bener .
' from the venom one of the chief virtues' in'her lovely his pretty., Thekiltine or plaiting fit their-0' 'residence to ji :t
smieeiiesbave,(;: resulted I paid and summoned him back by changing location .
<' :ef the human,tongue.' .Clara's aunt,on ; character. ,Absorbed in" her pleasant to'his native land. He has improved the front of the skirt is tucked,on ornamented "inland," and beyond the,111a-

;i this' occasion'looked*'portentiously .dis- reverie, she bad mot noticed'the approach but little,'I 'am'sorry to I say, but his with three or four rows of nar- ence of the salt air;on the contrary,people .

! 'mal, and after few::.commonplac remarks : of a'maid, who handed? her a destiny is in his own hands, and.he can row velvet,and the*bodice' and.' 'draperies.'J ; J who reside inland, when health'fails,,
" she launched at once into the letter. A 'vague' presentiment of evil make or mar it as he chooses. And are of the broche. are benefited by changing their'residence' ",

anbject-matter,of herdiscourse., : 'came 1 over her' as she now, my dear, are you satisfied ?" 'There is a new washing Canton crepe, to ;some' point near the '''sea This is.

;? '"Mj dear," said she, *''I supposeAyou>; ; It was from Aunt Lira, and ran as "Oh, Herbert, darling!I--can you forgive ,in cream, crushed strawberry, and a*I most marked in diseases of.the throat, .

, I' ire totally unawareof what is go mg'on follows:- '' me,'wretch that I have been ?" :, few other colors, which is likely to be and in less degree in diseases ef the r
Mr_ .'.DEAR :NiEcz'.I, regret. exceedingly in request for summer dresses. ,It"resembles -
? in the theatrical world? You have not v J "On condition Clara chest. But then br: almost all diseases. .
in one said Mr. Tiifkfoh towelingfor
the position I am placed the finest .J
of benefit is derived of
beard of extraordinary beauty from a change
J tat feel bound under the circumstancesto Johnson, smiling ; "that you will never coarse China with a crinkled .
.Mademoiselle Vera'theleading star at location whether it be more
; Aunt a point or
listen to Liza again.;
the. theatre?" .. expose your husband's duplicity. .I II< surface. Ottoman shot sheen in 'pale less salubrious, than the place of depart )
saw him unobserved this forenoon ,,< '., .a terra cotta and other colors, is .
husband's ,
"Aunt you! know my time I I gray. ure. 'Now we believe that climatic >'>
} love'"thetheatre conversing in the lobby of the theatre also new; ,the ground being composedof Iktle'fo r't'
x to so. occupied. ,I dearly Statistical.OUK l: changes have, ordinarily, vety ,
1.\ and. Mademoiselle Y er .' I overheard close, narrow stripes, .imitating. the do with it and th&t condition
,,.but.. I love him theJmproved '
'cant enjoy myself when he is toiling.; enough to 'to'conVince' that he is going readers will'bear. In' mind, *e repped cltoman j iface. is almost wholly due to pleasurable ...

: forme." I. '- -: to'., attend the, performance tonight have on repeated occasions ,spoken of There is a new shade, ,of 4 pink mauve' emotions excited in .the mind'by .)
'' 'Heis cruelly, deceiving you, and I the coming with than which Is' beginning' to :make its"wayJ R
' But did you neverthink: it strange,. crops: more hope- the new scenes and incidents which in
: said* Aunt 'IJza,"r ) who i<"so"immensely: rich; I sfiduld 'be' Jairily andlseparate; from him.: ...Affectionately : a large extent and,has turned. out I copperY gold called "Congo." I II fact is an ,illustration:of the power of

forced, to'work so hard ? Why.,'another yours, well. The wheat' is almost,I ready for .The,electric blue, though pronounced the mind over the body.. We see this
.woman would be mad(with'suspicion.." 7 .:AUXT Liz \.tJClara" the sickel, and is safe beyond all ordinary I I, to have had its day, still continues to power displayed in etel'f.act. of oar

""011,Aunt'Liza.I 1" said the; sensitive crushed the letter'in her hand, contingencies, and will agreeably disap- I be a favorite, and .appears in brocades, lives. What called. "moral force".
and sat there looking at the fastfallingsnow point all except chronic croakers deter nun's veilings, satins and velvet.A '
girl, as her eyes''Oiled l\\ith'te; "I supreme, ,properly directed it. ,would 'i
.could suspect the husband I have it was growingdarker and he mined not to be pleased. beautiful design br plash brocade eliminate more than halfthe, ills of life... !
'nuttrieUttl.loved.w' 'st '* l ;would soon be here. And then?< Would The June report of the Agricultural on satin, consists of a large ripe strawberry But let the mind become, chained to 1

"Well, there are women and. women, she show him the letter and demand an Department indicates a deficiency of in cut' plu3h. on a I gray" satin. an idea; and ,all .the skill :medical., .

.:.. sad you are one'of'the' host trustinglittle explanation ? No. It would be met whiter wheat as compared with June, ground. i men is often powerless, .against: < ;it. '..,
'. by equivocalreplies;'he was a master in 1882 of 95 761,323 bushels but the Many exquisite trimmings in the new
dears I ever met ,I trust you will I says Let a patient be thoroughly convinced
the art of deception; but that 'night increase of spring wheat is near ten shawl. designs, some. being on brown net Tfcum: fatal disease *
sever,have any cause to repent of your that he is the .. f a .. y
would. end it forever. As she thought in various widths others"on and Wand
,"- million bushels. ,
fidelity.Clara.- -' if in due time,, he is not convinced oJ
sat by'the.window at her house this, she felt a dull gain at her heart- TheN. Y. 2Vi&un thinks there'was a ecru net. to the contrary,he may ,bring the dfe- -1l
and the evening grew deeper. "Why, surplus of the of"1882 left The new bege or ecru |>atiste embroi- '
in Windsor, gazing at the starembossedf crop ease upon himselfor die from fear ..thI
'little wife, are you sitting'alone in the equaling, after all deductions for seeding deries are likely Ito "be" worn on bothevening' have
,>heaven, with a vague feeling of uneasi- I that-to late- proved groundless 'fI
:wai', which, she. found impossible to gloaming ?" It.was Herbert's cheery etc., 207,000,000 bushels, so that and fete dresses, mixed 'with I We would not discourage: the use of j
voice; he had entered unperceived. we will actually have over 100,000,000 lace,and made up with the new French ,
team! away. There have been cases -' medicines wheretheiremployment form '
Herbert I"-the tonewas forced bushels surplus at the end of the batiste. Also bege silk, Spanish lace, l'l
where.loving. and faithful:wives were present ailments that cannot, well.,jbe ;defined,, I
.deceived by Qiose whom,they' cherished and hollow-"are: you going out tonight harvest. cream silk lace] and. embroideries in and which ,affect both mind?and body. ,

ai the incarnation of goodness.1 The export demand will probably be colors, shot with threads of gold. In The,change. ;:.GO't I m*matter tr

:She had readjmany J .a, iovelt: '.with "Why yes, my dearI'mIght'havetold less than last year and prices conse- satin brocades there is one grand designto where. Do!:no matter what so long;, t
who this morning. I have an importAnt rule lower the be used ,for trains or,the:panels of a l : "
tearful wherein those seemed you quently European ,
eyea;; crops as it is worthy..,, In our, opinion, the .,
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:best and'noblest proved base and vile. engagement.'' 'It 'will not belong promising better,Chan :was anticipated. costume; consisting o'(- grouped'bolly* great,mass of semi-invalids simply reed;, .

She knew, in her abort''I experience of now, pet wife I" With the exception of:the' depressed hocks in fancy colors. a thorough, shaking up. ,Give the ',

'lift:that jnen were lured away by influences What did he mean ? He could not iron trade, the whole business outlook "The Brighton" has the cape caughtup Immortal Mind something,.better and, ,;;.

.' .that they 'atrived ,in vain to see the weird beauty of that deadly pale appears promising. :Fears of panic are beneath a rosette at the back while nobler to ,do than: ,to be constantly, ;

.resist All these thoughts same to her, face as she.bade him farewell. It wasa certainly groundless. In business, as in smother example, the Hastings, has' a occupied with troubles, ,that.are, imagiA--.. A J
and with them a firm resolve to question gala'night at the theatre. The bener other things, expected things rarely sleeve piece, which comeS. from the side'at ary. .
'her hnslacd ,that very, evening. The nt of Mademoiselle "Vera the fame of happen. The fear of them generally the back, and forms both cape and .t' : ,
hours'passed: 'away, seeming centuries whose beauty ana talent was whist ered, puts us on our guard, end thus prevent sleeve in front. The firm have introduced -' THE DETECTION OF SEWER GASES?" ;
had drawn a crowded audience ; and their for these loose cloaks -The -Medical Times and Gazette'
to the poor young- wifewho; was:thus happening. a novelty caped .
wddy awakened from' her )dream' of boxes,*orchestra and gallery presentedan viz., a half sleeve, fastened to the arm- says thatMrDiacleod.ithe'sanitatp;: \ : _
.hluB animated scene. There was onethelt" hole with buttoned and off.. officer of Glasgow, has suggested a very .J.tJ
:, : by the venom of a woman's tongue. Just Like a French Maid. straps, on .
{ however, whose heart'was aching With all cloaks after the simple, and accurate drain test. .The ,
last of
It as the clock struck,, eleven, t raped style .
t bra heard the welcome step on the with pain. A lady, who had sent abroad for a the Inverness a. large*armhole is necees8517 ? smoke ignited cotton waste is:.blown : Jl ,

.footpath;and soon hi her husband's Yes, Mademoiselle Vera was beauti- French.maid, and .who was.''about to too large for a sleeve, but in this by a machine.into .the* whole'drainage

; *-'-, 'anna.; For aa has instant. doubt and sus- ful ; and there m stak-ing'the start for Europe, to spend the summer way the difficulty is got .over and the I system of..a building,'and by, Issuing

t ::1ROee: were at an end. Gazing into that fervent admiration with which she was there, and who had just secured a ticket comfort and warmth of a, sleeve se- I from the mischievous holes and crannies.! :

f noble face, reading truth 'i and love: in regarded by all, but more especially by for the French maid, was astonished by cured. "disclose the position of.leaka$ with

; those proud black eyes, it seemed im- the solitary occupant of one of the boxes; the following remark from the French The description of a few of the new perfect accuracy." When no smoke.

postible that such a one could harbor and this person Clara recognized as her maid: : dresses will illustrate the fashions: A appears it may be concluded, with per- .
deceit or crest misery.. r husband. How changed he looked "I don't think I had better go with plain brown cloth bodice, pointed in' fect confidence;that the pipage connected -

_:Mr. Johnson consumed his supper The contamination of that woman's you and put you to the expense of pay- front and having large basque at the with the sewer is sound and safe.

rift gnat relish: He was satisfied with presence seemed to infect him with ing my passage across the ocean and back, with the check material betweenthe This defect detective is an improvement ,

the loving gaze of his'wife, and spoke fever ; there was an unnatural bril- back, because I should have to leave plaits; brown skirt and deep kilted on the ether-vapor system which .

'. butllittie ;, but astonishment was in liancy in his splendid eyes, notwith- you when you return, for I am Ube flounce; a check tunic pointed .in has-been proposed: for the same pur-:

,gars for him. standing which his face looked worn married in October." front, and bunched up at the back. Ona ose. .
suddenly2 He was never so at French maid paused ; lady too much red and blue check dress with "
: JHerbert." 'said Clara and haggard. draperyis A pretty beading I for the top of" a
nervously twining her hands, what is home. The curtain fell at last, and astonished to reply. French maid con. a bodice with a long all-round basque muslin curtain is made'' by lemming. .

; '.tofc boainessthat detains you in the eve- tumultuous applause brought Mademoiselle tinued : -the tunic fastened to it at'the back each edge of a strip of muslin and gathering -

{ ,Ibtc t Oh, do tell me I Let there, be Vera before it She was greeted "My intended and I were talking it and sides, and falling on to a,kilted it in two places so that there shall

; aoioore secrets between us, or I"shall with flowers and cheers, which were over last night, and he said, I've got skirt, the bodice totally untrimmed.- A be a puff in the centre and a ruffle on' .
; ,4J ." treated by the pampered beauty with the house and everything ready, and brown and white check' is made after' hedge

f 'Mr. Johnson pushed .his plate proud indifference till at last a bouquet I why not be married at once ?" And'I the Highland garb a series of double- .. :
I than the rest fell at her said, "All right." So I don't think I pointed.tabs .round '
.him and. regarded her atten- more elegant : : la liU-plaited: 'There, were three women ,in Sommer-
:. :' ., feet. She gave a glance at one of the possibly can go with you now." Lady skirt, having a aide box plait set v Ky., one day last week who are the

f':\ ,- "M1' darling\ ," he asked, simply, boxes, kissed her hand to the occupantand dumfounded. French maid retires. in front, the tunic, only' at the mothers of fifty children, nineteen, seventeen .'
;' ." who has been here ?" withdrew.' Lady goes without F. m. sides. and fourteen respectively.
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:11ai;.;N1thi......:,tf irlMlt";r:'.' sws. .F'tIii, J.F.Peed i.d o.P.Bbsey, *ara selected Alas Iliiaprmi, rm.8eott.Tttnsrtltofla. LIL

ict ,..., .rw---.. / ; by ballot,toe the purpose of famish LAMPS* FIXTURES, ,
:h : :' 'iJ :":.t. r.i' ,. .bin One. Jtatin Indian River SCOTT ;THRASHE*, .
-we" .. 1 I ."" .at tie sett ,By. .B. TINWARE.. i< ,
" ; z'eli. it. tl. "" LKWS,Bales,Begnlstions etc, for adop "Hare a large list of A'lTOBNEY=ATLA"o.r.-

, ". jsistIlebsdjd. .. Ytler.aeMed; .. tion.TJbe: .Corn Sanford : ? : fI1' fo

. < dpbeta eaisL/itifaat3ao. ..<, .i.sw ; Incorporate selected the.... of Orange Mr.Scott Is raw located atKTBeal -
rrwr.p f ,iIML'D the"Jadit River Yacht Club,"by which Estate Law a spedaflty, -

+.U11T,........1Ir; Odaiw 's .... this club shall be styled and known. 01 maR HAIIOIX Hay, fl B. HACZKUDER. .",

rr-ietrp l ." I by 1IInJ ,'fte following is a list of the incorpora- i.--.

., ',tsijeulurdsy.Bsisbeesareii: .. ton;Tb t O. F. Ensey, C. JL Carlin, PUB .& Etc. COUNTY SURVEY', _

.Jiecor doe.. tr61.ti.'at W.a Moore,R B.Wager, a H.Ray. J.aaathe -Which we are AND NOTARY f {

.. diy F.Read,J.Pritchard and M. E. EnglishThe PUBLI't...
.. also for
'" meeting adjourned to meet .againat agents t;
-a Il rebprr tweLt: will bepbayei BOTTOM Rocklad1)
.. fair:wedre w''IT' .tie.. the same place on Saturday August Reeds' Sons, <1

Qw ss3iii.}. .w/. Stum, 4h 1883 at 2 1'- m. PINEAPPLE _.1'. :
Eo B.WAGE Sec.Port CLOTHIERS 'J;", '
pnhahly M Hiw.>3rjWs hope to
I.e. ,First Quality At Low to be seen at store.NOTIONS. ATTOWEY-AT-LAW. .J..I.
witness itaaitwffldomtalessbevery. bfcter- Orange celebrated the 4th with a .
.'* ;' ''' !'l:' 1 pie hone race, oration, regatta and Several Large : TUoaTllle .' 1'ItIWLJ'

-We otl.a Aert: 'eaHIart .weekfromSoitorfibaTpeasMfafriemdof dance in the evening. TUT E. ElfGUftH. ;f.
his, The Arthur Williams,accused of f:
Mr..n.'I; i'. TSi I:.: 'that"d" negro Pinecastle Notary Public State at I......... !_
Mrs .
a ; says outraging Reynolds,near well adapted to dotMn i FuMm ftoob 't1'-2%

pe ibatiiy' .lieei' to. lebpboase since has beea found guilty, without recom Sugarcane,Bananas and 1a&MV. to AffldSTlU me promptly drawn attend and all to.boafaea* evtoial. _.l. %

forawhfle.dvinfhsswisVaavWt :sbslaoe I on mendationof mercy. Ogee at Ills resldeactv.
o --- W .. ,;,n":
; J. M. Dixon
NEW APVEfcriHrMKNX& Also unimproved Lands TltusTille Y*&

.:1-yi '.fIitt pLoq.. bas ae --- ----_....." ., : : FLORIDA. :
.na..t.' .... fl' W. R tiofls'of the Dealer In D. ,

Moore,dsriaf the J reassteder the anmWehear Medicines Chemicals j rtrMJ:
; sheraisialiati IM! lir. Moore Fancy and Toilet Articles. Physician aid SMrfeei.Titnsvflle. 3

...,. dbidy II III.. i- ,tat iIIri" leiNev T' Yak in Homesteads :: elJ. Dye-stufi Paiiiti Oils I.- '.... J1 JI, '
few ,
a days .
E ._.Bsleier':." ,IVt' 'iI. oiwood'i Hack "THE .FAIR," Parties having money to &brushes,&almost everything S F. 6BAT. r, "" iI
.. ppI, win find safe by a flrst-classDrug House. 1 _
Line wffl..' ,eaqyoii; ;t,* reddy to -Enterprise doubted security Any drug, medicine or In Watch Maker... JewtHer.
,CMMettaf< wtth tie (MACKENZIE'S,) & needed by customers

atosaiaeai:::far;,Jatissii. '. i iTTIfi. Fare toe -- --- on hand, will be ordered. ALL WORK W.&K1t.U'ftD: f..1-t"ti.
.. Offers carefully compounded Work or orders left with P. K.Water or'M"'itl-
f ,>'. r .. SpecialInducements Real Estate placed in our or day with accuracy and dispatch Poet Office.TltDsrille orwtth A.End a>]A
will receive
..o.toads loom" this place exchange, or. to let, will by competent persons Iy38 Grange In TttMTlUeeTery Jl0ada7.Dromptattenuoa.pwb., ; .I;
to Qril'veid ii soli bsbf:tCfmlarly car in all attention. q

'ded., ,fie lir#.t Friday Titasnile.Mars4.U8S DR. B. R. WIL88f.'I; t.i;J'
wreseadela.t ;
the surd loit :'!of.
Dg Titusville & Lake SabscrlptlOB Agency.
Will continue the practice of Jf edfea*I*'w-
sad naesbe: ( en" Satwday. One ,trip Lines .
undersigned having opened a 3
.-..... :; no .. TttHtville tad:viclatty,. ,; ;: *-

,-Q LMBTirst' pafe 'win 1 be found a SUBSCRIPTION iBEHCY Office at J. .. Dizoo'a Drag Stop:t ,
Of Goods '
dalkncefssnitarHew Saqrna Yacht pleased to receive subscriptions
A B.
dub to,the sbsf.Arrow": .and ZeUa' IT. MAIL to any .. HAWUBTD.B.S.' ..1/iII/ ; ;.
for sac cither on the Mosquito Lagoon We stave sire Wmrgmlmu tm
,K a Isiiri at&. Which one will take The Fast, UfM-Drifl, or Newspaper published. Yisitiw! Beatist.
tIII..u SHOES, CLOTHING, -:*>- Makes frequent trips to.Indian 'BI er.
.esp: Steamer, trouble and expense by apply Lake Worth, 4e. .* *,

-Mara tleseva; issuer,' Chudler, Ladies AId Misses' Hats CHAS. H. NAUMAN P. o. Address, New Smyrni itlosli.t4.t|
..a.,-. ........_.. teaar. FLORIDA.'c! .J' .h:1c. :\

day....... This party:started Forst.Aegaidae CROCKERY and CAPT.WILL H. Subscription Agent, H. MAtJMAIf.Jastictef .

.tit sett day U the 1Ioop "Ar- Having ample and P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. *

row,", owned by T.. .Ghnova., They did GLASSWARE.Fancy lotions for Passengers and SLOOP "AQNE8 the Peace did i

I r iiot lay b rfoaf they ejected to be abAH arranged expressly for the Notary Public,State-at.Larya. ,. .
eeetr. Goods Buttons vice and avivmtiim commanded by CommlMloiwr O(Deeds for tttSMttf ...i.3'LR'TLvANIA !
4 I tifnl River,will make JOHN MCLEAN, ;:
: these subject to in this a
0 til further notice, habeasTitosrfcaMLate River. Office' the Haul-Over.
LACES, RIBBONS &C. rejular trips on > -
precinct htf.bee* sinnnonnd to beat ,
r -tte Gout HoasethksBwning at 7 o'clock 'Ilk T. JOHNSON COCMUTT. '!:!
i rt That -=--' be beat anywhereCOME. Goods l 1
1ritl&\lI' Dry
i II'pr.the: im- Touching at all ,
: pvvmeM (If'the fa Ue .roads. The at follows: Canted Bends, Notay Psibilc, ,y

:. --............ iselyde. three days Boots and Shoes andJastice'ef \.

: via.."' "",Friday and 8starday.To. ;, Leaves Titusville, the Peace. t;
Shoes in great variety; Prints all
I : .1t"a1IMe;;of IIiII ui,called onus days at 6 o'clock, new patterns at low prices. Court day first Saturday of each....-..1f

Monday aftenoon.:: Mr.. 'WaU eelw.111" A.L., HATCH, Leaves. Lake Worth, '' I LA ORANGE .. 'FtorUs.:
dolMm Met t Articles
" made e/tUe aa. fttoU'Of"FIorida, DE .D orGROCERIES Sundays. at 10 a. m; ,, 8t. CLUS A.JIJUJI'' L L. sr-'-t,I i' :"i\r

tnsm the.western part of the 'State along at 2 p. m.. IfOTIONS. State Attorney .,, Coaat7Jedp.i i I9evonthJalkWC3rcnit. :
tale Od coast to'Key1'wed and from :0. -For the cub only,q oraa8eoodq"a -.J.'st.
1, U.48 6m. Clair bran I SmerlJ.ATTORNKTS t
Key West Iloig iheeeestiuid: ; Keys to PROVISIONS WPassage or freight .I

this place. TTff ezxmssed 'hl..wlf much Staterooms, two berths,$L LUMBER & COCICSKLLORS AT LAW. .

pleated with sootfMMt(Florida and espedalry DRY GOODS, 60 cents Meals 90 cents: each.Opened furnished to order on short notice ORLANDO, FLA. '!.f'ful:-;

, saeotioaed Key LargouWa Will fire caNftdde... to eoUeettemi. ?
.lIarIm .
tasnl lerciaitoe .
I for the at 18.00 per thousand. and will practice In the several oooita of tMaOlstrtct.aiKl 'M
received yesterday moiaing from Inbe'Supreme Court at 'ft1Jaba.IIte ,
':Mrs. CITY POINT. FLORIDA. ft SHINGLES and V. 8- court at Jac><.ouvma tan,:
IeadeIiGraage, m basketful JIuohL. 4w 49Tfce"BIgest" S9 A man who is "
of iMefens-'grapes. These bunches LA GRANGE STORE .
are and the "Best. welfare will be pleased Always on hand. ,, z.Always 1
the. krg awl fiaest that have .
we seen
MA6MJDER 4 on band a general assortment of, rt' 1
in the State,one of them weighing one A FlrstClassMammoth ANDREW 0 00.B8. .

pomnd and'three-quarters. ':They:'are of ;: Newspaper, Keeps the finest oysters to S. RYDER.
the Hartford Prollnc ''variety and were -STRICTLY CASH.--- 1
For one year and an ROCKLEDGE
grown on the white sand. thou showing TltsuYllle, receired and continues to keep 1883E.. L .r..,. ,
a finetxample of what can be' done in InterestingNovel.! AND SERVED IK STYLE TO : a full and complete stock of Gn>- January 1st 1 yr xFloridaManufaoture.

Florida We..return many thanks to the Pea..... ---0- Boots ft Shoes, Hats ft Caps In "

kinddoBor.We .. THE SAYAMAH WEEKLY MS, Plain and Fancy Cake variety and General Merchandise ., 1
hare received word from I description. Ask for
Captain I BaJca't Bread whatever
A mammoth sheet, 88x52 inches always
C.J.eeJaoon-.,of die steamer Astatula taining 8 pagw of reading matter, comprising ADo a first-class Barber I want. One price to all. Canned AMAZON MINT WORKS l'It

,'atstiag that..will leave Sanford I all the News of the Week, Telegraph of every description a specialty.LUMBER :J.BERNE co.
every Tuesday for Rockledge, and willlave ; c Dispatches, accurate Market re- :
Sanford for Salt Lake aDd Titu- ports;a well edited Agricultural Department manufacturers of the ,

villeeveryPrlday., Returning she will Original Serials,.a''page of Fast Hack !f furnished to order on short notice I"

leave Labl'oiDle\teYeI'J Wednesday at 4 Mia, Beoiiia i Bola Carolina Jell.B per thosand. pressed lum AttlOH, READY-HIED PifflS .t:;

.p. m.and8ah'Lakeevery Saturday p. it not a local paper. I from 920.00 to 924.00 per thousand. in all shades and ready for -

m.for Sanford. The change in the Aatatu.1a'.IIdYel'tieelNDt To the farmer merbanitorartisan, the The Cheapest and LUMBER SHINGLES Immediate Vie. f,!

in accordance with the business or professional man who has not always on hand. ?:
.above schedule time,. will. appear 'nez the: advantages of a daily mail, it is a paper and grinders. of artPure
week. by which he can be Informed eventranspiring ToTltnsvllIeand P. H. FISHER.PINEAPPLES. ;i 1
in the busy world whether White Lead,
-We notice; in the Enterprise Heraldof his own State or in the most distant parts CARRYING THE U.
the 7th instant an article descriptive of the globe. 4 Color.In: Oil.

of the match game of base,ball played at In addition to a first-class newspaper Lt -i- desiring to purchaae pine-app le Onlceand Factory,
moderate offer each subscriber ,
a price we yearly will
THREE trips weekly please send their orders
this place on the fourth of July a portion.of a of of the pub '
copy '
No. 26 Ocean street,
which says:."For the first two or three' novels of the Morning News Library JOHNS and INDIAN E.J.RAWSON,

innings there 'was no',difference in the Subscription $2.00 a year in advance. Leaves Enterprise EVEBT Waveland P. O.Fla. JACKSONVILLE, FLOB \.

scores and the result appeared doubtful, Subscriptions can be sent through local nesday and Friday Morning pple plants cheap for cash.- S New Information
agents and postmasters, or direct to Titusville the of Florida.
SAME day.
but soon the superior,batting andfield1ng, J. H. ESTTLL, >:R31H01 192 1883.:
LOOK pages new matter unto for
of the Stan began to tell, etc." The 8 Whitaker Street, Savannah, Ga. -READ map
game was very close until the commencement for our new circulars containin Send six cents to R.C.LonjTallahassee
AGENTS Wasted Booka Tiibiii Leaves Titusville EVER of utmost importance to all or C. Drew
of the inning, at which time ex ,
eighth ; : =t ....... and or their heirs. Pensions, _
day Saturday
.u.c' """' -T
__ ..
the Stars scored.nine runs to the Athletes :;'i; !iII Land Claims Horse Claims FOR
Enterprise in the evening. and SALE!
It against the
eight. wu'after the commencement Government
100 promp t- 'A desirable cottage house and lot in
W. ,
S. faithfully attended ,
of the eighth inning that the Stars distinguished 1IItIIRSW stamp 'P. H. WILLS to.&Addms CO Htusyille, also Blacksmith wheel wrightaDd

themsel J C lldwTtCa-"" "n. TITUSVILLE, ] Lock: Box 488 Washington D. general repairing M.OP'at Titusrilte.
C. Enquire PETTCHAM &May. 24 tft



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