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:
August 30, 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
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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'2 A UJI' ,';EIYER, ;COUNTRY. excise it, and opportunity also ,as .scientific FLORIDA SHIP CANAL. route. CHAELES P.STOKE. OUR SARATOGA LETTER.From .
:f.' ....i", \, -. horticulturist and, (Signed) Chief Engineer
Florid Herald. pomological
cT the : ( our regular correspondent.)
.?__. :NEW YOKK, August .The meeting
t1II SIT;I1mWr RlVEE. ) take a leading part in the cultivation of Being asked how soon the work of con- SABAXOGA, N.Y. Aug. 181883.
'M 'fJr:f--- -August 18,1883. J: the very fertile soil which of the Board of Directors of the Florida struction would the Governor
r'ii"f.} 'c . distinguishes I actually begin, The baggage porter at; the Union, who
." 1i_, iider&b1e .lagoon, indenting this- part of Brevard County; and,besides Ship Canal and Transit Company adjour- said it was proposed to begin as soon has been connected with the Saratoga

tfcoast of Florida,of which some in every place an intelligent man of elevated ned to-day, after a session of four days. as General Stone had completed the locating hotels (most of the time with that one)

wffifiokca in describing thb part of our I principles, finds occasion to do The meeting was called for action upon survey, and the right of way had for fifty years, says that ladies generally

..-iorprbea the' old Floridian who good of the very highest kind, 'working the report of Chief Engineer Stone as to been secured. Prominent capitalists are are not bringing as many trunks as-usual

r0*into*you by revealing itself as I a directly on the minds and hearts of other: and of the canal. forming a construction company which with them this year. They average'now

_. .irivec;capable of bearing on its bo- men. Opposite City Point and extending the practicability cost I will submit a proposition to the Board of at most four apiece, where a few years

f-nit commerce, and in some resJM between Indian River and ,the Atlantic The report was entirely satisfactory, con- Directors at its next meeting on September ago they often brought eight. ,The prevailing -

J .' grpMBmg the SL Johns, which we10tU for a distance.of thirty-five miles, la Mer- taining detailed estimates, and was adop- seventeenth. Should the Board accept fashion for wearing short ,dresses
careful examination of the
wont to'admire.mfieBBTWestcotfs ritt's Island, the home of several intelli- ted after a the proposition, the money questionwill partially.accounts for the lessening of the

dredging and ca- gent' and prosperous families from Ohio map and statistics. General Stone fur- be settled, and this Florida Ship Ca- i amount of baggage. The above mentioned
: and the Eastern States. There is also nishes the following summary of his re- nal be numbered the facili-
ts-/iflhf: 'operations shall be completed, a may among baggage porter remembers when only one
t successful factory for the making port for publication: ties which capital and engineering skill trunk-and that
;fK Q point will be distant from SL Aui guava not a large one-sufficed
R pBtiae'only one hundred miles, and will jelly, established by a gentleman from NEW YORE, August 15,1883. are providing for marine commerce.In to contain a lady's Saratoga outfit.
To Hon. John C. Brown Prciident
ii: cV dy connected with all that portion New Orleans, whose large and cultivated : conclusion, Governor Brown expres- There b one New York lady at the
t. be In : last in accordance with
;5li of:'"Florida by the pleasan test kind of family of sons and daughters add no littleto May a reso- sed the belief that portions of the work United States Hotel, however, who has
lution of the Board of Directors, I begansurvey
:Pl'' taia! navigation! an inland water route, the attractions of the island. The most to ascertain whether or not the would be under contract within ninety the reputation of bringing three hundred

miles in width striking peculiarity of the coast there is. days. dresses here with her and six maids to
L' "DQO a river one to seven canal .
construction of a tidewater ship ..
the multitudes 41STATE
shores whose luxurianceofplaty of palms-they ought take care of them. She wears three different
along would be MEWS.Sumter .
the of
Itit ;: across peninsular Florida
fas- scarcely styled palmettoea-whose dresses day and never while
r p wilt impart a peculiar per ,
; practicable, and if so what it would cost.
I I&Ration to the trip.,At present, to reach great height and slender, graceful steimpress county has let out the contractfor here is seen to wear the same one twice.
: I secured the services of Mr. A. F. ,
iii part of the.Indian River country in one with the peculiar, tropical a new courthouse.The Her diamonds are numerous and gorgeous -
% civil engineer, who went to Florida on
;-' .. bet expeditious manner, from the aspect of the scenery; while to ethe Monticello Constitution says the and she keeps a lady who is in re-,
first of last June with authority to secure -
I City: of St. Augustine, requires a cir.iPlTc -. proprietors of the many thriving orange., engineering assistance and labor cotton caterpillar is doing great damageto duced circumstances constantly employed -

. : ou journey more,than three hundred groves that lie behind a little way from. there. He was well furnished with instruments the growing crops in that county. embroidering her clothing,' including

ilea performed. on the magnificent, the shore, these tall trees,massed togethei and all obtainable information, Governor Bloxham has revoked the stockings as well as dresses and, parasols.A .

,,,.staaarHS of ',the'De Bary Line as far as I with an almost impenetrable growth ol. and, with the aid of four corps of engineers death warrant of Charles Williams, who Philadelphian who seems to be well
''f jgmford! ,and thence on board the modest, plants and shrubs at their feet, cunstituting ", ,made in two months a thorough ex- was to have been hanged for murder at informed of such matters tells me that
anti comfortable what is here known as"the margin ladies wear garters embroidered to match
, W; "Astatuk, un- amination of three lines. Gainesville last Friday. _
j'er command of that excellent veteran, are of special practical value as givingshelter I Ou the most favorable line his examination The steamer Anita recently made the their stockings ; that he sees them as they

whose honest face is a and protection to their precious get into or out of their carriages. Also,.
r pcpttim Gray, was so thorough as to justify me in trip from Sanford to Jacksonville in 13}
fruit trees against the cold winds which 'i he affirms that it
a fashion with
'io some
1ir > all concerned. Landing at visiting Florida for a personal examination hours, making all mail landings. The
at times, during the winter months, ladies to wear stockings of colors
5 gilt lake ominous words for politiciansErwecame contrasting -
't' :- the result of which was that I adopted fastest time on record.
of sweep across :Merritt's Island from the one pair being blue and the other
llb ) safely but slowly over one
it with certain modifications furnishing
as The DeLand Echo says that the young
Atlantic and beat upon this western yellow, or one red and the other black.,
i(*fie:hoist; in which re- shore. F. the best route yet proposed. Tak- men of that place have at last decidedto

,> :J jpoA1 to the flourishing little village of 1' ing that route as a basis, I have computedthat organize a base ball club. It may Opportunities for such observations are

*4-UtosTflledf!. :which its capital hotel, still The New Postal Route. a tidewater ship canal sufficient seem rather late in the season, but they not wanting, for I saw a young woman on .

*sk-infhe Titus family, may claim to be the The new postal rule seems not to be width and depth to allow the passage of decided that unless they could have a the front balcony of one of the largest
h 'dud attraction. A venerable and cour- understood. It is intended hotels at midday, when the porch, its
generally to two sea going steamers of the first class good one they would have none at all.

jC-'teow. gentleman of your city, enlivened secure a more general delivery of letters without inconvenience, can be constructed They have at last arranged to organize a I well as the street below,was crowded with

r the way with agreeable reminiscences offt' that were formerly sent to the dead letter at total cost 846,000,000,as follows: i a first class club. people, sitting with her chair tilted back

tunes' and Indian incidents in Florida; office. As heretofore, three cents will be Excavations, 30,000,000; harbors at ter- against the wall and her feet on the up-
The Gainesville Advocate "We
says: rounds of the chair in
* isdiiniust certainly rank as no small sufficient forward letter per front of her. ...
to a according to mini, $4,500,000; engineering right of way now have an organized base ball club '
: item in the pleasures of travel, when thegodite its address. When less than three centsis and contingencies, 5500000. The total The crowds at the many hotels for
with Mr. W. G. Robinson Mr.
' : manager, which is .
.. fortvaa bestows on a lone traveler letter the sender is notified if Saratoga Springs noted increase
put on a length of the canal would be one hundred
Varnum Secretary and Mr. L.
Henry ,
: slur i whole,day, the company of one ,so his name is on the envelope, that the let- and thirty-seven and a half miles and the Burkhim Treasurer. The all daily. The race course is thronged, balls .

0: ;loudly and gracious as General E. Hop- ter cannot be forwarded. If the sender's highest elevation in crowing the water- boys ap- and hops are of nightly occurrence, the ;
pear to manifest a deep interest,and,aftera usual in dress and r;
display diamonds
f> Bus, whilom Collector of the port of name is not on the envelope, the personto shed one hundred and forty-three feet, little practice, will be ready to play for is ",

H. Jrtfaonville.: ':The General appeared to whom it is addressed is notified,so that but this deep cut would be only for a'' the of the State. Whew everywhere observable, and betting, gam-
:: ]hold a sort of grandfatherly position toripdth he can remit the balance of postage and short distance. A large amount of excavating Just listen to what the bling,'and indeed every phase and varie-

| youthful 'Titusville, and his have the letter forwarded to him. Under can be made by steam dredges.As boys say. ty of fast living is the leading feature of,

5:'1- 'jpwdicUoM in response to respectful greettiags the rule, if a letter is mailed without a a whole, I am able to report that the The "Florida Steamship Company" is the place. As for society people,if under
the name of an organization which proposes that head are to be classed the refined
,on the part of citizens, of a prosper- stamp, or with less than three cents, the engineering difficulties are decidedly less ,
to run steamers from New York to the educated and the
comhg day for the settlement in con- addressee has the opportunity to get it. than I expected.Of gentle mannered, :

;ll 4 itttion with a railway to be constructed Under its operation, fewer letters will be the commercial advantages I will Palatka in connection with the Florida they may or may not be here. If theyare
:" Southern Railway. Their first steamer, i they are completely lost in the
kf.- ..1ndid. River from Enterprise, forty sent to the dead letter office than formerly. mention the following as the most important vor-
the "City of Palatka, Is now building at tex of fast and furious living and fail
!2i.mfiea north;'were no doubt calculated tog Jacksonville Herald. of many: First The great saving of
.. ... Chester, Pa., and will be the handsomest exert influence the
| |f iafase hopeful sentiments into the good distance between the Gulf of Mexico any upon place or
The :Empire Oil Works on Long Island vessel ever seen on the St. Johns, and will ]people who fill it. Even the chil-
i people of young
the settlement.
ports and ports of the Atlantic States and
Partially Destroyed by Fire. be finished and ready to commence her t dren at Saratoga are drawn into the
: ,At the present time, the chief means NEW YOUK, August 22.-A fire broke of Europe. Second-The complete trips by November 1st. whirlpool of dissipation, and dance, and .".
intercommunication between the in- avoidance of the of
o'clock this great danger naviga-
after 11
-: out shortly morninghi The Tampa Tribune says that the workof I dress, and flirt to an extent that promises
; .ba Umts. residing on the banks of this of the Oil tion through the Florida Straits. The
shop Empire
"JJi packing grading on the International railroad badly for their own future and for that
t .rim are the many beautiful yachts and Works Island City. The shop is a saving of distance on steam vessels between
Long of their and
with and I
parents Children'shops
: b being pushed great rapidity, country.
other,sail boats, which, much to their brick structure, 250 x 700 feet. Over one New York and New Orleans is five .:'
b done in The children's children's
a thorough manner. ,
being germans fancy
.oadh, are decidedly preferred to then and in hundred miles ; New Orleans and Liverpool -
hundred men; boys are employed credit of this is in a great measure due to balls, and garden parties are a regular
; kyagons that ply the rough country and the wildcat excitement four hundred and twelve miles;
; the shop, prevailed : the superintendent of constuctionajor feature of the season both at SaratogaandLong
: .roM -roads which, however, are among them. The flames spread' New York and Teu-sacola, six hundred
among John B. Baird, who has for a number of Branch ; and Newport is now the
tie.. .natural- ... and excusable incidents of a i. rapidly, and the shop was soon a mass of miles. This means that a steamship years been employed upon works of importance only watering place from whence details
:ftgiou and soiling eleven miles hour would gain
very recently opened developed. flames. The per
seething damage already and b in of children's gayeties and
thoroughly competent dissipations do
For fifteennulesbouth Point about forty-five hours in the
from City ex- hundred thousand passage
done is estimated at -
fill the not come. The and
to folly wickedness
respect responsible position of
every i
teadsthat remarkable coquina formation from New York to New Orleans, and the

.which gives its name to Rockledge,which dollars. .. .. same on the return trip, less time of he now occupies.The these unnatural displays is abundantly '

'is.the most attractive and valuable portion Cyclone in Minnesota. steaming through the canal at six miles Mallorys and the Floral Citys evident in the whole after career and

of Indian River, and it b renowned ROCHESTER, Minn., August ?l..The per hour, or about thirty-seven hours played a fine game of base boll at Pensa- development of these unfortunate little "

i for orange-groves of great extent, and although number of people killed by the cyclone each way ; taking the present average of cola, on Wednesday, the 15th instant, of ones. At ten years of age the little girl

j but seven or eight years old, Tuesday, is now fixed at thirty-four, and' the round trip at twenty-one days, in- which the Pensacola AdvanceGazettesays of the day is an incipient coquette, at :

: 'heady productive to a degree that gives the number of injured at eighty-two; of cluding four days in each port, the canal : "As the game progressed, the usual fourteen she is a finished woman of the _

; the latter nine were fatally injured. Details was given the players and world, and, as some one has aptly remarked .5
insurance of future wealth to the fortu- would reduce the time of the round tripto applause every ..,
from the surrounding district show seemed satisfied that the Malloryshad "knows as much as her mother,
wte owners, :And not only oranges, but eighteen days, enabling her to make
..: '*4 r fruits of a tropical clime, are be- that the cyclone swept over a territory profits on at least three more round voya- met foemen worthy of their steeL and enjoys" her knowledge a great deal -;
in and about two miles both sides more. And this false and hurtful train-
paning be .cultivated advantageously. sixty miles length ges per :year, at no increase of expense. The errors on were numerous
wide in its path nothing but but had the best of the ing does not X'ewport'or New
.9 neighbor speaks of one hundred leaving The gain by avoiding the dangerous our boys game
:" .bushels OfguaV88 as now burthening his ruins. To form an idea of the loss one passage through the:Florida Straits Livery from the start, and, at the end of nine York, or to any other city or section of ..
estimate the value of all theimprovements and audience satis- our country, but is most hugely to be no- l
-,, to* Several are succeeding well with has only to great. The official statistics of five recentyears innings, players were
F"fcpple8 of the Strawberry, Sugar-loaf that had been made in the show that three hundred and tweu- fied by the handsome score of 4 to 0." ticed at cosmopolitan assemblages like

'and Trinidad varieties, and ventures are section visited by the cyclone, and whichare ty-six salvage cases were adjudicated in Here is an item from the Times-Union .Saratoga, where East, West, North and .

\ to be made in other fruits, not to steak all gone. The loss in Rochester is the United States District Court for the : which we would like to have our people South are all represented. What the result ';

: f,that sober species of industry known now estimated at three hundred and fifty Southern District of Florida, to the valueof I ponder well, and then act on in such a will eventually be is a grave and :

I thousand dollars. Reports from the town than and careful I to assist in putting the Hon. serious question. At present it might; ',
.*truck-fanning, which is receiving attention more 11,000,000, es- manner as
from Dr. C. A. Hentz and other of Salem indicate that considerable damage timates show the present loss from wreckage ; Oscar Turner to shame, if it can be done: draw tears from the hardest worldling to ;i

Polar was done in that locality. to be about Commissioner Brinly writes again askingus see the wholesale destruction of nature's J
cultivators in this vicinage. Dr..Hoitz ...,. ; 3,000,000 per year. '
most work which is
i. is a physician of high repute in hb Another Comet Coming. Though somewhat out of my province as to keep on urging the people of Flori- going on. ,.
Newport is still little behind \
Peon, was the leading medical man ROCHESTER, N. Y., August 23.-Pro- an engineer, I may suggest that not the da to send exhibits to the Exposition.He spite of dinners and a luncheons every hand day in ;

; Kthe pretty village of Quincy, Florida, fessor Lewis Swift,director of the Warner least: important commercial advantage of says: ''Thii is the home of the Hon. in the week, casino hops, polo, yachting

;w', .!e had the pleasure of meeting Observatory, last evening discovered in the proposed canal will come from the Oscar Turner, the man who wrote Florida parties, and a great deal of morning visiting "i

SfJ.w years sinc. The regret of hiss the constellation Adromeda what appeared saving on insurance, which is now much down. I am the man that wrote him down.I which last everybody declares to be J'
1eIIcW--) -- the heavier for the Gulf than for the know he is now watching me and whatwe a bore, but everybody is careful not to j .
;". 4'.', at the prospect of his car- to be a comet. He was searching ports neglect it, lest they all should be neglec- .
5ttg into effect his purpose of remaining heavens with a small glass" when he discovered South Atlantic ports, and in the running are doing, and if our exhibit does not ted when cards for dinners and dances .

:i i:,Indian Rivet was earnestly expressed; an object, and before he had timeto expense, which on a large steamer is from pan out well I fear he will go for the are sent out. Mr. W. R. Travers, probably ",

;"Iplttbetrasted medical adviser and adjust the great telescope clouds obscured $500 to 800 per day. State again. But if the people will only the pleasantcst and most popular :
comet Within six weeks I shall be back me with samples of their productswe rich man that ever lived, celebrated hbbirthday ,i
"i; eved Christian-worker, drew forth a plain view. The apparent preparedto up by a dinner and clam-bake on :/
: i .,language from old citizens as conIabigheomplment is located in the ankle of Adromeda. Later begin such detailed locating surveys will easily put him to shame. I have Monday hist. His old friends Senator ':.

% .y to the good observations were prevented by the i as will be necessary before I can report applied for fifty feet more space this morning Bayard and Governor Donheimer were ._

;'j is a sphere appearance of morning. to your Board the precise line which the so you will see I am not scared." among the many who heartily: 'andt without ,

*ff N.important to be filled worthily, ... ,a canal should follow from the Atlantic to Mr. Brinly is working nobly in our be- life and mental uninterrupted reservation prosperity.wished him Preparations long ..0., '

:'? aatlte midst of a congenial commu- Remember, if you want health and l the Gulf; but' the above estimates of half. Will the people of Florida allow are already in progress for the ; 1

c|JBtTHeatz: ; finds employment. for his strength of mind and muscle, use Brown'iIron cost are more likely to be reduced than him to be defeated and a great opportu- dramatic representations to take place at '"J i

"y., .FWe. i onal skill when he consents to ex- Bitters. i increased by a closer examination: of the nity lost? the end of August. At tsr. : ;
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':;; A Torcato man;wrhHe oat,hunting in. .1 Wehave.risitedtlieeetibllabmeet. of particulars vii'I'a, 'fourfold 1 X-MARK-R1FIaED PATKNT.Sewing Old Iv
: -*lebI''aeiar, '*fH*:;';" _t'4''CiiMd__,_..t. 'shot 0 the (ieot'_Ice ,Company, where _the. increase in the deaths from diseases of machines were'manufacturedh1 iStheold"age age or the nightoltteyy' +
[|%r *> _white squirrel: : manufacture of ice"was certainly as interesting the liver and shylopoietic viscera; a Germany and sent to London for full of aap. SWl. IIM-
1 : magnificence !
1 \ c'i:. fAfdhy: pup belonging toc a shepherd as anything.we have seen. On two-fold Increase hi the deaths from sale.They, were made under the it Is ; and lit' -
: *f 8 SatfAfttoaio,Texas, wffl put between floor is boiler feet Singer patent after its expiration, and more brilliant than the daJ.; ;
the'gtoand .a, fifty diseases of the, kidney;. a decrease of ,
.po s ,"a. 90aed1700.t. tap In 'a'pen witbozitcgotre :t ong and four and a half feet in diameter : half as much again in those from heart- were sold as Singer machined The A man should never,be l.i3jf
1 :.. >wdinlanyoftbem.. Whenpmntng own he has been in the
containing one ,hundred and fifty disease ; a marked increase hi those from Singer Manufacturing Company sued wro "

-if the sheep' be has to work. ,them feet of three and a half-inch pipe. The pneumonia and pleurisy ; a considerable for an infringement of its trndemarkonthe but saying in other words tfcfe |>f"

:.down'a long hill: that slopes to a ,flat boiler !Is kept filled with aqua ammonia, increase and an earlier occurrence of ground that it had always designated wiser to-day than he was je4

t4> 4ipOB which the pen is built which is separated by the steam into ammonia those from disease of the central nervous its machines by a brass plate on the Pope. .i.
A Saginaw hone fell sick i
o !J.
: one night
gas and water. The gas leaving a marked decrease in those machine having the word "Singer" on I Beautiful feet are they that do
f 'recently: 'and breaking out of its stable system ; The work of the
the water in the boiler forces its way o asthma It. In this case-Singer Manufacturing noble good sad....r
from bronchitis emphysema, for
r t nadeitswayto tile.stable'of aveterijury. Busy them the long dy throt *
.'"' :surgeon:,:who; bad before treated through a six-inch pipe outside the and congestion of lungs; a decrease Company vs. Loog-it appearedthat Beautiful feet are they that'gn .J .c

:'iv JdB for sickness.. '!be surgeon's stable'f' building! to the roof, four stories up, nearly as great in those from phthbic, the machines were made under the Swiftly Thro'umm to lighten another'* WM '

was 'closed and the: sick horse after where it passes'into 15,000; feet ,of and a later occurrence, or at least termination Singer patent, and that they had the "r'a heat andwinterrpR,

j\ ;standing; :at .the 'cIo r., for hours, died coiled pipes, in which it b converted into of the disease; a"el'j large brass plate with "Singer" on it placedon A firm faith is the best d11tit-.

'I't" 'theta', liquid by cold water thrown over it in decrease in those from old age, with an them. The case was carried to the good life is the best philosophy )* :

l!' A rooster recently deserted his native fountain jets The liquid passes into increase in those referred to atrophy House of Lords, where the Lord Chancellor conscience is the best law; !hoaot* L'v

j t'. tarayard. ,tear 'Warrenton; Va., and fifteen thousand feet of two-inch pipe debility, etc., and the addition of aeon- gave the following as his judg the best policy; and t mPl'lIDaa.. ,

t -went-to live In the woods with.a flock arranged in vertical sections thirty feet; desirable group referred in general i ment: "1. After the expiration of a best physic. -
high and and three feet apart, and its the to manufacture underit The life of a true Christian bit '
,of wild turkeys. He crows. a* usual terms to alcoholish or chronic alcohol patent right ,
: sudden liberation into these pipes turns is common to all and the beautiful river; it flows on hi
,; morning-:,and_ ,, thus his master ism, or resulting from accidents. productionmay a MM
t'J the liquid pure ammonia into vapor, be designated to show the even course ; the storm of lift
" leans ,Where.the wild turkeys are, and TUB TBEATifEXT OF DELIRIUM so as rt.

'2; so is able to;have roast turkey as often and the sadden expansion makes the TREMENS.-Death, no doubt, in delirium former invention, and the owner of the ruffle its surface but the deep.t+aia:.

:: am be wants it.. pipes intensely cold. Now, above tremens arises from want of sleep, patent cannot complain that his trademark current moves on undisturbed..
f- A owned in Portland hundreds of vertical pipes are innumerable is .. Now.
dog, Me., has :f but the want of sleep arises from the appropriated. 2. But the business ..

lt quite a,fancy for.traveling. When theI little fountain jets throwing spray : want of nourishment. So says Dr. F. name and reputation of a manu Arise! for the day-ia pasoinr

,freak takes him he, goes' aboard the all over the pipes, the spray freezing I P. Atkinson, in The Practitioner, January facturer in producing work under a While you liedreamiagoa;

'.:*>' Boston boat and makes a quiet trip of gradually, forming an icicle of pure fee 188-X:; lIe recommends half a tin patent is his own, and no one can use Your And brothers forth to are the*cased fight in armor.

.. 150 miles by st'L When the boat reaches around each pipe. The gas next goes of Brand's iquid essence of beef and his name fraudulently tomisleadandde Your place in the ranks are awaits gone jot.. .
[:Boston he disappears in the crowd, but into ten thousand feet of absorbing ceive purchasers." Each man has a part to play:
a pint of milk to be taken alternately The and the
never fails to return and make the homeward pipe, and, being cooled by water run DEFECTIVE \ y-SXOW- past future are noUiiaf
\ \ In the face of
every two hours,and all stimulants to the stern to-day,
trip at, night. "Ko one knows ning on the pipes, it is met by water be PATH-CUSTOM.-An action was
cut off. of chloral
Twenty-live grains
I for the hour
-where he spends the after forced into the pipes,and thus converted is passing;
leaving brought the of
with thirty minims of compounds 1 I against town LitchCeld, The sound that you dimly hear
the boat, nor.bow be. manages to keep back into aqua ammonia, which gces tincture uf cardamom in an ounce of I II Connecticut to recover for injuriessuffered Is kiel enemy marching to bank
posted on.the boat's departure, which s into a big boiler and is u Jed over again by of defective rise forthe foe is here I
reason a side
water -
every four hours, after the beef Stay not to brighten your
-two hours earlier in winter than in there is no waste, the same ammoniabeing weapon
summer I tea, will be useful. By this treatment, walk. The defect was a snowdrift ; Or the hour will strike at last
but he never gets left. used and reabsorbed any numberof I but it shown And from dreams of a coming battk
was that
the is according to the
patient generally free from delusions You will waken
Drowning a tear was the feat accom times. The water used for the spray custom find it pant
in thirty-six hours but the roads were broken by the
-pli&bedby James Humphrey,of Cohoes. is drawn from a well seventy-rive feet ; good strong I POETRY AND RELIGION'.-Poeti to
liquid food should neighbors after the storm. There was i
be taken less frequently
While rowing on Long Lake he saw a deep on the premises, and the large drift but be great must be Christiana. The,
for some days. When there a a large part of the road.bedwa.'J
:: tear on a small island in the middle of blocks of ice (which are loo'eaed from Homer and the Greek dramatists, Rider
have been from ten to twelve hours clear. In this case-.Seeley vs.Litchfield .
the lake He thus describes what followed the pipes by a little hot steam, and and Virgil, were not so ;'but ttej''
more or less continuous sleep then it is -the Supreme Court of Errorsof
: "1 jumped ashore and loaded chopped off by negroes who stand upon had instincts identical with those tf
advisable Connecticut decided in favor of the
up with a lot of ston I had just got a pulley staging with their feet to 1 give up the chloral, and Christians. They had a reverence for
give thirty minims of the town. Judge Carpenter, in the opinion
hack to the boat, when Fred shouted up in thick swabs of cotton sacking compoundtincture the unseen world and for divine anikr-
of with said.: "The duty of towns with
gentian five minims of
here he comes.1 I gave the bear a f u- for warmth) came out pure and clear, ity. Unbelieving poets have to write
the tincture reference to snow: in the highways is
of nux vomica three times avery
filade of rocks,but he paid no attention and entirely free from any odor or objectionable a like Christians when they would beem
to them, but started for the shore. We taste. day for about three days. This restores limited one. Obstructions or great and make a deep imprenka.
the tone of the defects from that cause are usually
followed, and I peppered him pretty After the pipes have been stripped, nervous system and Mr. Alfred Austin has never writtet

lively with the rocks, and finally drove about dye weeks are required for a new stomach, and creates an appetite. A temporary. any poem one-half so beautiful u the

Him back again to the island. He again lot of the requisite thickness to form. little tincture of euonymin may next be "They are caused and would in due "Madonna's Child." This la egeelt y

started tal; the other side. We headed But of course the pipes are never substituted for the nux vomica, and time be removed by the element But true of art. Poetry and painting lift

- feirn back with stones,and went for him. all stripped at the same time, the ice some Carlsbad salt may te giveu in the to avoid temporary inconvenience it is crave after an ideal, and without a God

'f. I gave ''him one.that luckily stunned being in all stages of formation. The morning when required. customary, especially in the rural (1is-1 I!! an ideal is a contradiction in tenIf-

'. fcim. :Before he recovered I grabbed him factory has a capacity of thirty-live tons _.._....__ _. tricts, for the. people to assemble an \\Earle

by; the ears and held his head underwater per day, but twenty tons keep pace An Honest 'break out' the roads, without expenseto l' .
until he was dead. The bear with the demand, and it isn't stored, the town. In doing t o they aim at Good Humor.

' weighed 200 pound. but cut every day as it b delivered, and in practical convenience, and frequently, j
a country school class "Are domestic
a large relations
The in this your ajiee-
Cologne as
journals tell a curious sells cose, depart somewhat fro I
story' of canine 'sagacity. Two dogs ton. at As from ten to twelve dollars per were standing to spell. In thy lessonthere the traveled path. People do not expect mable I ?" was the question put to an u-
we picked our way among the was a very hard word. I put the happy looking specimen of bunaa-
were caught stealing rabbits. One was the roads to be as commodious and safe
a large dog of.the neighborhood,a cross I gleaming and uneven pillars, with theI word to the scholar at the head and in the winter as in the summer. It is I it"Oh, my domestic relations are

between a St. Bernard and a large I I water dripping and splashing down he missed it ; I passed it to the next only in an exceptional case when the j all right" was the reply, "it's BJ
, upon us, and the only light coming i iu and the I
next, and
wooUy so on through that e wife's relations that are causing the
colley, feared by all other dogs; public authorities are called upon to
through the smallest of windows whole class, till it came to the last trouble."
the eeeond'W"dS ,
a stranger, a small ter- act. The method adopted in this case
; the top, it seemed as if we were i in scholar the An
Tier -- smallest of the olass- English servant girl, who kad n .
just slender
to was reasonable
enough get through : and sanctioned by long
the bole into the rabbit' house. The some underground ice cave. The whole and he spelled it right, at least I understood and immemorial med from the United States to nett
usage, by which the
big building and its apparatus would ca use him so, and he went to the head her friends at horn, tray told the
dog who on '
other occasions neverDoUoed plaintiff here must be bound."
his smaller comrades had strangers to wonder what in the worldit above seventeen boys and girls, all "looked really aristocratic. To which: I
was designed for.-Adant* (O evidently 'come to understanding LettT. himself. I then turned round -OK WoifAX-EXFKCT OF responded : "Yes, America &H

" with his little friend about', the nocturnal _. and wrote' the word on the blackboardso HER r.\RRI.\lE.-It was contended of us domestics belong to the tire
-- ---- ---- -
rendezvous. The big dog scratched that all might see how it was spelled, Webb vs. Jones-in the New Jersey .class.
and learn it better. Court of Another case in which a soft answer
.away all the grass and stones, dragged Sanitary. But no sooner Chancery, that the marriage of

,np the bo rd'.ering the entrance I to had I written it than the little boy at woman who had made a will was revoked turned wrath into merriment: AU

'? the rabbit house, and let the terrier HINTS KOII HEALTH.-Dr. Dudley' the head cried out : "Oh, I didn't by the marriage. The'hancellor, certain party a gentleman, in the midst

Jump; through the hole The latter rel .\. Sargent, Professor of Physics say it so, Miss Wilson; I said e instead in sustaining the will, said: : "I am of of an angry dispute, threw a bottle a

turned hi a few minutes with a rabbitin fraining in Harvard College, who probably of'i." opinion that the marriage did not revoke his opponent's head by way of emphasto-

his mouth,.which he presented to his knows as much about the effects of And he went kick to the foot of the will. The common law ground does ing his argument. Foote, who was present -
his own accord, quicker than he luul not prevail in this State. immediately picked the missile up
By law
great friend-and, both proceeded to de- ( hysical exercise as any man living, and our a
your their supper undisturbed. A'ho has charge of the Harvard gym- { gone to the head. Was he not an .I wife loses no power to make a will by and laid it on the table,saying,"Friends,

While looking for cattle in the timber tasium, which is undoubtedly the most honest boy ? I should have always her marriage, except so far as the interest if you pass the bottle as quickly as

iiills at the head f the Matilija, Ve n. ,- fect- in the world, says that all professional thought he spelled it right if he had not which the law gives her husbandin that you won't be able to stand: the eve

aura county, Cal., Senor Ramon Ortega men should know the importance told me, but he was too honest to her real property concerned. That ning."

and his little son were attacked by three of sitting at a desk properly. The take any credit that did not belo o her will cannot affect. But as to her :MAID ov .\TIIXi"M :-

large bears. Ortega from him. personal property, too (subject to :\ d of Athena, we must part,
jumped his position should be erect, to allow the her I hear your father-1 must start ;
torse .which ;ran off about a hundredyards lungs! and other organs a fair chance to ... husband's rights therein), she has as full He's broken of hit midnight ret:

and stopped. Ortega killed the .!o their work. It is well occasionally to power to make a will as she had when Discretion on my I'd part better U git.Maid best. ,

biggest bear at the first shot and quicklysilenced rise and swink back the arms and shoulders. How A Little Child's Life was she was unmarried. In other words, her of Athens. ere I go,

another, while the third took Walking is excellent exercise Saved. right to make a will continues as before, Kk me once. for luck you know;

to the woods Ortega's boy then weston : when brisk and spirited but when slow notwithstanding her marriage. The None Your fathers butthe brave foot i iron deserve the stair-the fll.u-

foot to bring back the horse, but he regards it as of little worth. Hiding Recently a woman, looking from her reason, therefore (her disability), for The gas ain't lit.Maid .

before he reached the animal a bear *n carriage is of special advantage when back window, in the city of holding marriage to be a revocation no of Athens,just once more-
overtook him. As longer exists and Little ships must hug the shore;
soon as the bear saw the mind and body are Riding therefore the rule
weary in the house
saw opposite a little child Hark! the dog has broke hU chain.
: the boy be rushed at him, and the boy in the saddle is valuable in aiding circulation hanging from a window still, but kept should no longer exist." Zounds I'mn hard luck a ain-

was too'frightened to do anything but but it sends the blood to the from falling by a dog who had caughtthe ACCIDENT Is cR.-\xcR-POLlCY_ Great Scott; 1'mbitt!

stand still and call to his father to save brain,* and so may cause headache. child's dress in his teeth. The TAKING POISON.-P, who was insured On the day before the reception tendered

him.. Ortega seized his ride and fired Swimming is one the finest exercises in woman had left her baby, IS months by an accident policy, died from taking her recently, at St. George's,

just as the bear had risen on his hunchesto the whole range. Rowing is of great old, on the Moor of the front room play a liquid which was poisonous but which Bermuda, the Princess Louise went for

strike the buy; the bullet knocked great use to cure a sluggish circulation land ug with her toys and a little terrier dog was not considered by him as injurious. a solitary stroll along the shore; and,

the bear down, but he rose again orto relieve a morbid or torpid condition. that i" its constant companion. The In an action on the policy-Pollock after a time becoming thirsty, she stopped

.rushed at the boy, the blood streaming Boxing is the best means of obtaining mother was away just three minutes the United States Mutual Accident vs. for a drink at the cottage of a ne

.from a bullet hole in his bide, and this command of the body and temper. The but when she came hack and opened Association-the Supreme Court of gro fisherman. Xo one wan there but

Lime he rushedat the fear-pardyzed boy bicycle brings into special activity the the door her infant's head, arms and Pennsylvania decided in favor of the "auntie," and she was busy as she

with bloodshot. eyes and foaming, open muscles of the thighs, and otherwise affords shoulders were hanging beyond the company. The Chief Justice, Mercur i could be ironing: shirt for her "o1n ?

.mouth. With a despairing cry, "IIgot e's good exercise, but unless care is stone sill of an open window, and nearit the opinion, said: "The certificate, man" to wear at the reception. Tb
me father I" the frightened beyAnk taken use will make one round-shoul- : princess, asked for a Crick. "I'Sd 0
with its feet membership
on a chair expressly
to the ground, and the desperate stood the declares that the "
father sent a second bullet from his dered. little dog holding on to the child's dress benefits shall not extend to any case of time to budder getting water fo' you,

.- repeating ride crashing into the .Trrh. MORTALITY REFERABLE TO for dear life. Her child, unconscious death or personal injury, unless caused was the reply. "I'se fea'ful busy, for

With an almost human cry of agony ALCOHOL.-A committee appointed by of any d.mgerVas crowing at some ob- by external violence and accidental 1'8(' bound to see de queen's chive

rolled the savage down the brute hill.fell backward and the Harveian Society of London to in- ject in the yard, while the' dog holdingon means; and it is expressly declared that to-morrow." "But, if you'll get me a

quire into the referable to there dnnk, I'll iron while do so ".said
mortality the dress, looked a mute appeal for shall be no liability from death you ,
alcohol have made their report, which is haste and help. In an instant she was taking poison. If the poison be innocently the thirsty princess. The offar was

"JUDGE' ," said a lawyer to "his published in the British Medical Journal, by her baby's side and the danger was taken the effect of it may be said to accepted, the princess finished the shirt,

.. Donor," during a lull in a case on Jan. 20th, 1883, and from which we take past. When the dog had been relieved be accidental, but against such an acci- and got her drink, and then revealed

trial, "what do you consider the best the following: "We find, therefore, of his burden he pranced around the ent there is an express provision. To hold her indentity. "Fo' de I.o'd, honey I'*

illustrated paper?" "A thousand upon the whole, reason to think that in mother and the child with a delight the association liable would be exclaimed "auntie," when she recovered -

pound beak note," growled the the metropolis, the mortality among any that was almost frantic.WartrifA to the whole purpose of its formation contrary from her surprise. "Ole maa

.. Judge. considerable group of intemperate per- Advertiser. as expressed in the agreement.' no' no one tver wear dot shirt again


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':;".r':.: 'rggU13SSDAY' >" AUGUBT., 'SO;,. 1883.. .J.' ,;r','! ..,.' ,NOTICE 18J3EREBI'' GIVEN THAT \THE ,FOLLOWING DESCRIBED

:"' '''''-T : '-. II lands win be sold public auction on-the Fourth dayof S ber'A D. 1883 at ,
EVE&r. at
\\d .... L'S"ED..., '....> .... 7BtmsDAr".. pte ; ,
,,.;.:,:.r.. ': '''j",; """ ...:'AT.,'" 1-., :.1ROtiA-: Titusville;; in the eountp of Brevard; or'so much thereof as will be neceaavy to pay OFFER FOR SALE :

(" j. II-Ci"...".<\o.r.-. -. .. .iEditor the amount, due for taxes herein set'pposite to the .same together with costa of
1.t!! E."B-W: AGEB, : Business Residence Lots .
Bale and advertising: ; ;, ,
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::.1,:, ;81:50: per Annum In advance Know ., 19 1 and Dwellings in
Name of Owner. I Description of.Land.. ,I4 [ I I
jJ,: ::1'...e9lumn.i,>zt is ono. inch ii epaeti: ; 13 squares. ... 11 <:. ''<2: TITUSVILLE.Also .

;,f._3 k' !wjnnotreceiTe rtldements&.. 'unaccompaniod attention. ., by, thew Allen,. Balsam,. .... S'V I of S 'V !.:::.::. ... ... .. .. 22& 37e 40OO'$3.5
( H That Lots In
BRomisIRON BITTERS 'VIn. .. E fractional 30 3St Unimproved ,
.q .1' /i yd181qittgtaterenquire of the Editor Apthorp, Lee : 1,51. ;
nclosing a three cent stamp.. will cure the'worst .case E fractional lot ::30. ",&, 23)00. .. .
i:W: iv& be found on file, at of dyspepsia. In arrears for .. .. .. ... 7.62Bass Indian Hiver ,City.BSTlIave .
; jins'PAPER may A. C.,.. ... .. .. S E 1 of S W # 27 r ilk 40,0014.24
& CO'B Newspaper Adrertyst -
per: P. Brothers Wright .... S of S E \ 2S. 37e 1.45 a largo list of
t Bureau (10 Spruce Street whererettisln'g Will insurea hearty appetiteand 1 154,00
ig be made) for Byrne, John 1'. .... part of strip 16 3..S .. .. .. .. .
contracts it increased
may digestion., 1V corner of N :!,, 3.a '20,00 .26 Orange Groves
1D'1iEWYORK. Brittle, Augustus. ... X "trip of S E l H. 3Gc 1,00 1.00 ,
4iJTJLisrAR: is.the OFFICIAL newspaper Cures. general debility and Boring, JV.. .. .... X } of X E 1 21!' 34e SI,:!) 3.22
$ S Brevard county; gives a of life. Bailey, Edward n... Lots 12 and 3 .. .. ... ... ON HIGH HAMMOCK & FIRST-CLASS
}, 3Er In arrears for'SI 2fJ:. 3Sc 3OO, 15.08
faf ,petered at tlae Post Office at Titumlle, as Dispels nervous depressionand Beals, Byron H.. .. X I of S strip 2 of 1-10 interest Dcl- .. .. ... .. PIXE LANDS,
ir1.{k .:: .SecondrClass Matter. low espine Grant.. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. 3222.-)"( IGOOU ..39Benner .
tr.: t; -"f.Ii.: ,- spirits. C II. .. .... 1-\ceptiD leO acres sold rJal lot or 00. 3.1trip .. :. .",: -Which we are offering at- ,
if.'l1j Independent and Republican park Restores 1 of 1-10 interest Dc1 pincGn't't .,. 3.5c 1180,00 .. .
an exhausted nursingmothertofullstrength- Lot or strip: S of 1-10 interest of Del33. : .... ... BOTTOM PRICES.
Ij&s ln this State beginning' already to (' pint! Grutt .. .. .. .... .. .. 2'2s 3e 1380,1)(1 6.-11
; ;$k.over 1t ,the political chessboard anddoubtless and gives abundant sus- Bunker, James y. .. ..Frartiouahwlofs wi.. .. ... .. 23 3s: -11c 11,70 ..50Duuker
tenance for her child. ,George'''. .. n I of 8 \v }. .. .. .. . ... .2i., . ... PINE-APPLE LANDS,
;l.< '' will put .:i fusion ticket in the.. u e t ofs e and gel of 11 e }.. ... :!7 37s .Ur 158,60 3.11

: .f fidd.. Already do we smell the smoke of Strengthens themuscles and Hawk, 31 E.. .. .. ..e of n w in arrears'8l'SOand'79 27 27s 3Gc ,9,82 1.24 First Quality At Low.Figures.Sc''L'1rgc .
Cleveland A..seofnwinarrears'81'SOand'793221s 5e 4(1)OU 6.02
approaching contest in which will be nervesenriches the blood. ClclUcnt, 'rc. .. Lot 1.. .. .. .... .. .. . .. .. 22883.l'. 39,00 12.bG Tracts Of
united the various factions in the State CrawforJ, .. ..[1' n \Y }... ... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. 00. V 3-L' 4Oe IGOUlI 2.01
'* Overcomes weakness,wake- Cattlett, ol1n. .. +C 1 of It 'v }... .. ... .. .. ..... .. .. 30 2Gs,3Oe 40,00 1.00 HEAVY HAMMOCK LANDS ,
i; [for the avowed purpose of defeating the fulnessandlack of Codm'll, .A W.. .. a of s W' 1 j1.Cc.19 and 111 of n W' #. 3c 2'bj3 161,32 :1.02
'Dbn cracy. Already doo begin toti energy Crayon, Lucas..1I of Spmhil1 Grant .. .. .. 41320s( 8;C 29,3 .GO well adapted to

heat it whispered among life-long Demo- off all chills fevers nri;rs, J 11'.n w 1... ... .. .. .. .. .. 32' :32j32e, 39,80 1.00
: .cats that they are more than half in- Keeps Dalbt>n, icor"C. .. LotI.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2l; 3Ss,1-l0<.. 40,00 2,01Grey Sugar cane, Bananas and Early vegetables.
: and other malarial poison. 1CI: amin. .. s W' 1 oC n c !. 00 .. .. .. ... .. ... 7 3t-82c10,00 ,81Garvin
:'dined to think a change in the State ad- .. .. .. .. ,\Urr8pani:5hG'ntnrreau: '80&,937 20 st34, ,. 757,81 12.71 Also unimproved Lands in all sections -:
*---nin5stration:will be desirable. They say Will infuse with new life III arrears Cor'81, 'm aud'79. . .. 10 20s:34e! -I13G2 6.SSIn
> amoiig themselves,that the cute leadersHof the weakest invalid. arrears for 81 t 't\'J fUll I '-n'iI. .. '1. ..).(o.I"ie .r.:.,,_)9_ ."J'Ferclurd ) of the county.

the opposition', will doubtless openly ,Pct"r. . .\I1 pmi 4 In arrears for 81, 811 :ultl'79. .. .. 13 21k sic: 7,20 .50 A FEW VERY DESIRABLE
in favor of the Walker St,Baltimore, Dee. iSSi.
,, ,avow, new 37 For six years 1 have been a treat In arrears for '81, 'SO and '79. .. 3.121 35e 73,9: 4.H
.;*constitution which Democratic party sufferer from Blood Disease, lys- Giles, Malone,oo.. ... Lot2blu .' G9U Gallic, Inarrear. .. .. .. ... .. Homesteads Left.
2hati"been promising the people of the so pepsia debilitated,andCoDstipation.andbecame that I could not retain for'SI. 'SO :md'71. ... .. .. .. ... It :27s 37l' .. ... ..3GIIalg
Sims ever since the Gainesville convenrtion anything on my stomach,in fact, kin II' "Titur Lot 6 Block 6 Titus\"iIle. .. .. .. 3 22.1:;."" .. ... .26 Parties having money to purchase::! mortgages -,
life had almost become a burden. Tart, II I.. .. .. ..[P Lot 2. .. .. ... .... .. .. .. ... ... 3.1 ;J.5t. 45,1)0 10.05 will find safe investments on'undoubted -
'. 'and yet have been studiously throwing me Finally, my,when husband hope seeing had almost linowu'sI left Hunt, i ophi\ .. .. Lot or strip 18 l>cl pine Grant. .... 2:1.: 3451360,00 '3.42HoMcn security

; '. cold water, sub rosa, on the measure ROM BITTERS advertised in the ,D L. .... Lot 1. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 9 3G c He l5)W 6,03
,. they have pretended to advocate so paper I am,DOW induced takiDg me to the give third it a bottle trial. Holden, Nmcy A. Lot 2 U1l13... .. .. .. ... .. .. IS 3G c .11(' 153,40 7.5-1 .
J "strongly., Already the life-long and have not felt so well in six alermm, J F.1' l..ot,. 2 and 3. .. ... ... .. .. .. .. ... 9 36-11e 150GO 7.iH
,?f, among years as I do at the present!. time. llaytte, 'rlll..CP n e 1 of 11 w l .. .. .. .. .. .. Real Estate placed in our hands for sale,
about Mrs. F. Ga nix.
? do hear
*:Democrats we grumblings
: in arrears for 'aand'79..3 20s 3.c 80,001,02 exchange, or to let, grill-receive prompt
-.,: ,4-fpneril legislation," as they term it, for L.ham, Jolm. .. . Vt 2 mu 11 c l g w \ .. .. .. .. 21s :3fJC 72,50 3.62 attention.
'; .;;the last four years. ,These whisperings dotaot BROWN'S IRON BITTERSwill Johnston Jr, A A. .. 11 W 1 ofs w I.... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. 3U 23. :1 Oe 40,00 .81 Tituaville, May 2-1, 1853 i tf
sound well in our Democratic ears have a better tonic .Ja\'i Tlien.dorc. . Fractional .. . .. .. .. .. ..1-13., -tOe 8,02 1.00 .
" 1-ennctly, lY J. .. P.ut lot 1. ... .. ... ... . .33: 24.3: k' :),00 1.001'Irt Titusville & Lake W orth'.
'i and we are looking around to see what effect upon any one who lot 1.... ... .. .. ... .. .. .. 3.1 24s'3Ge' 2,52 .51
%'all this means. What steps are being tat bracing up," than Lun.l) T 11'. .. .. .. LUlll1lIouSC'lot 1 block D Titu.wi11c. ... ... OSTRANDER'SINDIAN

ten to quiet these murmurs? What guar- any medicine made. Lot 1.:; block U, Em Gallic.. .. .. .. : .. 93.S9

: ;satees are the Democratic party giving L'lllning, "r H..a. lot 2. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ... ..37,7\ ...
n w 1 of no 1.. .. ... ... .. .. -IOOl . RIVER STEAMERS! ,
te people, that they can bet on,in regard Lot 2 tCc. 5 and lots 2, 3 and 4, in nr- .322&5e... .. .. ..
'? to a Democratic Fundamental Law? Will .1 rears for '.sO md '79+ .. .. .. .. 20.),-1G 15.l7 17. S. MAIL, LIFE, .

the people have to go outside of Democracy YO_ :" Lour, J e ofe }. .. .. .. ... . .. .. 80,00 2.01 The Fast, Light-Draft, Steel Hull'
'.. in. order to secure a Democratic Leonard, \.I s i of lot 3,in arrears: for 81.. .. 2,; : 40,00 2.00
Lot 1, in arrear.; fl\r '81. .... .. ... .. i7,41c: 8,00 .52 Steamer, -
: "'. THE BEST IS CHEAPEST." Litt1rficld, Hunt and w 1 of J1 c t and w t of s c and \V } . .. . .. .
fr Why.does the party now in power cling nans: THRESHERS Sli.JLL9. Gk>;son .ofin arrears for '81, '80 and '79..15 27 31it 480,00 8.0-1 "CIlSTDEllELLA!"

: .w so tenaciously to that Carpet-bagger Cou.v mrc-m clover fldlerij \c.\fcc .. . .. nw corner lf s e \. .. . .. .. 2"21:. :13t :),00 .:))1
titution which. they so strenuously de- Rn1e1totf.Uoaa.1'&.- ,W 7a*AulUuma Write Tay for lor FIEETagaPam Ox.Has.a.ld. Iiu.t Moore, lV B.. .. .. c lot 2! mock D, Titus illc,. ... 3 2J3.x' ,4243.0S C.trr..1VILL H. MOORE,
;) 3leycr.I II. .. .. partof s of lot I.. .. .. .. .. 8 2o 3Gc ,2:> ..
,.pounced in 76? Thc&e are unpleasant Having ample and splendid accommodations -
; 'I'ut of 11 W of 11 e .425.3k GIJU 3.00
k: ,'.:'. questions to answer after eight years of Magruder, Gro :\[. Lot 3. . .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .b'5 3Gc-. :>. ,OO 15..7 for Passengers and Freight, and
'.:_ .' power, yet they are being put and will Morel, &ptima. .. put of sec. ,1J nr"ard Deeds Book H... ... .... .. . arranged expre.sly for the of Mail Service -:
this beau
. :. .gthave to be answered. The people who CASH CASH CASH page:; 71 etc.,in nrrears'81, 'SO and'7 1 110. : G 7,2' 43.22 A'atigratiou
will make
Moon, 'V r. .. .. .. ')art d C 1 of n w bounded north .. .. .. .. .. .. tiful River, regular trips, until -
:: tjtare placed the powers that be in 1)Ur' by land of Maddox, etc.. ... .. 17 24. 12)51 18.09 further notice, between

,Are demanding the answer, and what shall 3for'.g'me, .N II. . Lot 2:3: Block A, Eau Gallie in nr- . L .. . .. :
f,: .we tell them? The people make and uu.1 "TI-3EREP: rears fr'Sl'SO wld '79... ... ... Ie 27 .. .3.r: Titusville and LakeYerth\ via the RapMs

:!.1 ':.make, lli't ;) Block B. E:1O Gn1lil'. in arrears.
" -. thinking! people. They wilI'not be put AT THE for'SI, '80nn\1 '79. .. .. .. ... ... .16 27y 37,, .. .. 1.86 aa follows:

(i off with an evasive answer. Again, Florida Marshall, Cora T. 11 hart Domingo Acosta Grant,Yolus- . . . .. Fridays
Leaves Titusville and
Tuesdays -
," : has'been a President maker and maybe i\lh'l'tb book D,arrears'8180.t: 'TL 1 3S 2O.34s: 5(1))00 32.1G ,
; again in&L Will she Mahone it then H. A. QUt\J.i lI :\IcInto..ll.J \llSl'ani"hG'ntarrcars'SI'SO.&'79 432t1:34l' 17)11 ..36Nclon at 6 o'clock, a. m.Leaves .

: What are Ch:c. ..,. ].art strip OD ll pine (1 rant necor 27 292.. 35e 2OfI ."GNcwton. : Lake Worth Wednesdays and
;, Democrats thinking about )1 ..\ . ..w 1 or s 0 1, in arrears'$1, 'Sf'nUll '71) o26 31t: SOtjJ 6.02 ,
" ; what are they doing? Is the administration STORE Unveil, IV \\"... .. lI' Lot I l'C. 30 and lots 2 and 3..1926s! 37 IfjfiG: it.86 Sunday, at 10 a. m ; the Rapids

,at Tallahassee the Democratic party ? Oaten, Bryant .. . \11 of Cr\ctiOluh'C.ll mitl. .. ... 12 3:1315 500,00 5.03 at2p.m. *
r.Isthe last two Legislatures the Democra- Parker, Jri,1'& \1 J. n w 1 of 8 w t E-Cc. 28, s 11 e 1 of s e 1 29 G.. 31" 79,85 ;Sl
, ; ltcr:50natil :1. .. i W :1 or S W' l I.. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 23 21s ale ,,1UO, .. -:o:-
,": :.. Have we a Democratic partyin TITUSVILLE, FLORID. n wI of 11 W 1, arreara'SI'SO and '79 21; 2b ::3-11: . 4.02

'f-" 1.J! < the State? These are strange questionsfor Pace, A J. .. . .. .. n c 1 oh w ... .. .. .. .. .... .. 3t; 20.31e 40)00 '..88Pritdlar f6Y"r\AAagc or freight apply on board.
: ; a Democrat to ask, )'ctthcreigm.'UI'a J S & 3111 trip or lot Dcholille Grmt. .. 22. 31313G0N121.26Perham : : Staterooms, two forth.*,$1.,-Single; berths
'y' ,' asking it, and it sounds itt E P. . Lot I. 8 27:1,37 a 29,00 ?OlPerham 50 cents, Meals 50 cents each.
queer --o- A I'.5 anll. .. .. .. .. .. .. G S,00' 2.01
:: j !sounds ominous. 1'.trtr..n.Jl'.. .. .. 'i W 1 of s w .f. ..... .. .. .. ... 5 2Gs131k' 31,!>8 1.lO! Opened, for the Season.
; Let the rank and file, the life-long mdlo'U'll, W F. . Lots 3S-9-10-1 and 2 Joynerv illc. .. 3 ,.. j" .. 13.07Ilrr.Udl
'_, .Democrats, such from inborn principles;, Jas A... .. .. Lot 3, sec 21, lob 1, 2, it, and Ii nude .. .. .. .. ... terA man who is interested in his own
,*''we do not mean the cilice-holders The Oldest and Most llcliaUe Place ol I ofseandneofsw 1 t ec2l&2S3l.1O" 323rt, ,' 2.13
,:: present lkbinson, S A. .. ..n (' 1 oC II W !. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3'-'' gig, :10l 40)00... : wtlfa/c will be pleased to know that
:' '%\i or, office-seekers, arise to the necessities ol and n w 1 of n w .... ... .. .. 7 2631t: 89,87 1,00
;. .: ,the time and occasion. We mus-t bc Jill: nUSIXES Son nn er-1, -. . . n } of s e 1 of 11 e 1, arrcarsSl,SO, & 7 925.3.3h' 20, (' .SO ANDREW GIBSON

: :;- ..",. to talk We require, in this State, a ccry Self, G W. .. .. .i W 1-1 of s w 1-1. .. .. .. .. .. . 20 2t... 140,00 20.10 Keeps the finet oysters to be found ,in
: ;,. 1 ,tarn amount of talk before we are ready Seymour, J J.. .. w 1-8 ofn w 1-1 of s W' 1-1. .. ..2 211' ire 5,00 .26
S\.kctt, F 11. .. .. y of s w 1-land lots j lOll 6..I _'2.36,. 146)1O .. Tit ust'llle,
.- ji; to,act Let us think Democracy, talk Indian River, Dealing in ..s lot 2. . . .. .. .. .. ... 34 2-1, 3;c 46,00 .. .
;/X.:* .Democracy, and get a good. ready to act lmllot 1 Block A, Titus\"ille. ... ... :3 2'.?.. 35k. .. 16.08 AND,SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT PATEOX3.
1:: :, Democracy, real Democracy. We want CtringfellowNorvood&Turntrscl-4ufscl-4lot2neofncl2921. :3e 10,00 201Suulers -0-
';\, i' 'Uone. of the white-washed sort in ours- General.ferclandisc: ., lY n. .[1' l.ot 1.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..3[, : 11' Ile ZG)5 1.76
., 4utltFlaR It Co. .. Lot. 123&cknw1-3&swl4imw1-1203.31., 211,621.86: Plain and Fancy Cake made to ordpr.Halo's .
> up;none of the carpet-bagger style either. uulwd), E A. .. ...ii c 1-I..f It e 1-1.. .. .. .. .. .. Iii 27 s::3 t.40)00 .40
: ,ts1mon pure and none other, is our sort. Tyler, U 1'. .. .. [1's e corner of s e 1-1 of n e 1-1. . .. .20 5,00 .51 Bread always on hand.
;:::, .<.: ,.. 4'. '" None but sttidly frsi-chw arcliouiht ;, 'l1dwcU, B F. .. .. w 1 of It t' 1-1 :1t11\\ a of 8 e 1-1. .. ....S :7s':7c! ': 160,00, 5.03 ..\1-41) a first-class Barber shop attached.
;/ ;; Death of Judge Jeremiah S. Hlark.YOEK Tracey, John .. .. IH' 1-1 of n c 1-1. . .. ... .... .. .. 27!' ;2c 4fJ,02 2.43ITnknowll
.;-o.'': ,Penn., August 19.-Judge: Jeremiah . .. l.ot 2. . . .. ... ... .. ...32 21)" 57,00 2.82 ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES OF MAILS.'
t; '.' ,j;('; 'S. Black died at ten minutes past 2Although andold at thi* Stand. Y\Cnum, Nancy E. .. Lut 1;;, llIuck.\,Eau Gal lie,in arreanr .. .. .. ... .... From Enterprise to T1tll vll1e.
F "'O, Jock this ,"I, 'SO :Ult l'-u. .. .. ... .. .. IG-s 37 c .. .. .3"lor Leave Enterprise Monday Wednesday. and
'!. mornmg. not un- Vied, C W. .. .. . n w 1-1 nfw 1-1,arrears'81, '80 & '7917.1I..., k10)00 2.12 }'rhll1at 3 a. nt.Arrive '
':;. c':'expected, his death was sudden and was a Wright, Emma :\[. .. 3 c 1-1 nf s wI-I. .. .. . .. .. .. :!lI ;!ij. ;11IOOl', 6.70 anti .'rilllat at Titasvillo 9p. m. Monday. Wednesday
', .shock) to the community. On Saturday -v- WOIlllnlo'ln estate (If.I Lot -l Block 1, Titus\"illc.. ... .. .. 3 22.3.te .. .. 2.01 Leave U'itnsvillo Tuesday Thursday and
"! :' ''j.".morning he seemed somewhat better, but Welch, a:; \1. ... .... 11 1 acre st ri(I, excepting 2 acres in n t, .. .. .. ... .. Saturday Arrive at at 3 Enterprise a. m. Tuesday Thursdayand
i J.' a': the improvement was too slight to justify' corner of strip 20 I : Ddl pine Grand. 231: .. . .51 Saturday at 9 p.m.
: *'. WiIli:, Iidlo'ml .\. .. part of n w 1-I of n c 1-1... ... .. .. -I ::.':)(;<' 3.33: 1.41 From to TltusvnIe.
J. } hope Daytona
for his recovery. An unfavorable Remember A Dollar will buy exactly \Vcstott, I. 1'. .. ... n l' 1-1 of It W' 1-1.. .. .. :. ... .. .16 26. 3()(' 39.91E .. .
rr.-.. ..:.. ..;change began about 4 o'clock in the afternoon md lots 1 and 3. ... .. :. ... ... ..32 :'tis 30e 87.21 3.01 and Leave Fridays TitusvHle at 3 a.m.Mondays, Wcdncstlaya' ,
; and he gradually grew worse, but ,ri"'t', ,AnJrcw..ncl-1ufnel-1. ... .. .. .. .. 337r-31j(' .. .. ... Arrive at Daytona Tuesdays, Thursdays,
:r". $1.00 worth. ... 33 a .. and Saturdays at'J p.m.Leave '
; ;+'remained conscious almost to the end and ana fmctional s c 1-1 of 11 C 1-1. 27.I37 .. Hajtona Momluyf,Wednesdays, and
a's:; f*',deed and n w 1-l of n W' 1-1.. .. ... .. .. :14 ,l, )(' 119'G 6.01W' Fridays at 5 a. m. '
;: peacefully. From the beginning of cott, Leo P..l uh w 1-1.. .. ... .. ... ... 4 :;6s 3l' fJfJ,46 1AWIWillaral Arrive at Titnsvllle Tuesdays, Thursday,
if. :,4" his illness Judge Black believed that he lstaiJUsllcd InlS73.Address 1 >,.;, .. Lot -l Block52, Em Gallic. .. .. .. IG7:10.: 37l' ... ..wWilIiaD1:1 and Saturdays nt 9 p. m.
"'-' ; ne e would recover, and was perfect; F 8:. .. .. Lot 6 muck 94, Eau Gallic. .. ... .. IG)7: II 37'J From Tltnsville to Eau Gallic.

i<' -. ,resigned. His wife,Lieutenant-Govenio Williams., Wm E... Lot -I muck 9; Eau Gallie..16.7s: 37e .. .. .. .09 3 a.Leave 10. "fitusvillo Tuesday and Friday at
!7' ; orders to Yates, Neetlhant..w j of n el-I, arrears for'Si'SO & '7918.7, 30C .0.-10 3.28 Arrive at Eau Gallic Tuesday and Friday
1 H'Chauncey* F. Black and wife, Mr. Henry Segui, H. ... .. .. 8pmi G'ntU, arrears S1, SO & .f' 42 >0: 3418433,82141-a at K
"".,' Black, Mr. and Mrs. Hornsby A. B. Far On't All 81 R0&79 Leave Eau Gallle Wednesday Saturdayat
::) : S1mislr arrrars 3'121 39I1,9* 6.72 6 a.m.Arrive. '
tj t 'quehax and daughter,l\Irs.Enhelder,were The Headquarters Store 8pawlIh) G'nt11, arrears 81, 80 & 79 .; 35; 108,77 8.72 Tituavillc Wednesday and Satnr.
...' .present. :Numerous telegrams of condolence ;ltani.hG'iitAll, arrears SI, SO & 79 .J0s, e'I 3)0,75.26.5, 2 day at 7 p.m.
Titusrille Fla ,
1.r-i1-_} 'A | btlte BEST. Ko weuaratl D.'
{ have been received. The funerals : &SOTI. have hold their PAYSONSot Ueedwithanyctsa.penormuk: *'
: Parties that paid and receipts are marked "P' after
1 WVffl take place on Tuesday at 3 p. m. $ f R.D. ,. th, the name of the OW'Dcr. / lz tit>7 work:Jfabr1e.l'opurarfordecor.nn lintn. BcreiTcdCca. *'
His remains will be 1 E CNERSWANTED D. W. .. q tennlainKUAI. A iDl. .i
t;{ interred at Prospect j a.EJLJ.Co A cQUAIG, s INK V EstablshedSoyer. by
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'. .: ":- 'A" -,RUSSIAN-, POEM.'- period of over two-fold of sheep aDd.IT.f0J4.In.tbe A Shrewd Dutchman._ the plants by placing some other desir The Old Man was, Not"

1i production of wool, able Domestic Havana plants beside
Pl ow'H. Takes Advantac of the
: unmistakable evidence of our Disadvantage the Cuba plants. Whyyou superlative pa!"Ibe

\ Wen giving I New York'Laws to the .
= ; 'i eire the view .tu that row
> ; wiry ed
1t'" of hut* advance in this industry., of His Creditors.( When both are in full bloom, force am utterly glad to;_ '
r:' ::. .. Behind them'a long level descent of black :The :commonly received advice 'to 2b the :Editor of The Globf: the pollen from the blossoms of one set of The old gentleman was ,soa,. "' ".
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I'bid a 'bill to collect of one Nathan plants on to those of the other variety, nerved by the greeting,but)U \.
. ad shore them one thick layer grayish orchardista to scrape the rough bark I i _
dovdt. I bom old"apple:trees has been contra Miller, of Auburn, N.Y. The bill was and repeat this frequently- a short the sealskin cloak in his grj ;
:""; Where., are,the gay field*f where are the nine months old and had frequently identical
we work piece of
\ 1wJ7woodat .. dieted, some having tried it.and concluded over time until :you are satisfied the has property he hiT:
;;. "Where the river In the court there. by the' that the practice did more harm written him mild dunning letters been well done. Let them then go to I for with his bay mare, and ha

,i Shoot(up IDee.two" beggarly recce to glad the eye than good. The rough bark is a protection as we believed him to be solvent" seed. Save the seed from these plants- squat it up in his arms and" ..

!' "II Wo.and no more: and one of them to the trees from sudden changes but could get no reply. I called on him, the genuine Havana ones-and .sow it kiss where it would do the DkXl.! ...a

'; Has long been thorn by Autumn rains of of temperature. The benefit often and without preliminary remarks the second year, and the third or fourth with a report that sounded"g .

r While every pane beauty leavee on the other are claimed from scraping the trees comes presented him a statement, when year, if need be, until the plants thus noise of the depot.: In a Ijtiefn

i, Bred and yellow, from the greater attention paid to themin the following conversation. ensued : prodwced are satisfactory. time the tnmk and ita attends
r; Awaiting the first breeze'tofaJl and foul the Nathan" Iem! oh ha ah ha !
'. lugruh pond below other respects by men who take this When the tobacco is as near perfectionas gage were loaded into the wagon J

Ko.other Lobe sign of life. : not even. a stray dog trouble. Whitewashing apple trees is (laugh, laugh). Eh, hem How you you can, seemingly, grow it. saa was soon bumping over the hnbbi r fo..
seen "
:., But rtay.there's'Ivan, and behind D1 two equally ineffectual for good. I .wash ? large quantity of sound seed from thebest ward home.
'. .oId.omen. Collector "Please pay this ac "Pa, dear," said the
The of from
conveyance pollen one plants for use for a series of years, young' .
! With head uncovered he is cwybng the
:'. coffin of his child, flower to another in cross-fertilization is c count. I and in this way you will perpetuate the surveying the team with a'critical""do

; And from afar shouts to the drowsy iwxton. effected naturally by the wind or by Nathan-"Veil, my dear friendt, growth of a desirable variety of Havana you consider this quite excearir .

., And.kid the church him common door. the priest and open the agency of insects and other crea- I visit to explain dis to you.'* Seed Tobacco, of almost inestimable beyond ?" .

;: have lose thebratehonldhsvebeenburiedanbouragod tures. Flowers that the aid Collector-"Never mind the explana- Hey ?" returned the t
Quick! I no time to ; require of value. The grower can, if he shall old man irftk

t insects usually offer some attraction to tion; pay the bill" choose to do so, raise adistinctively genuine a puzzled air. Quite exce9'ivelJ.! I

.ty.:. their visitors in the shape of bright Nathan-"All righdt, I.m.. I gif you Havana Tobacco Leaf, without yond what ? BeondWarren ? :Ieoa. I
color I my note thirty days ; it is oodt. I sider it about ten I
' ,; Agricultural. fragrance or sweet juices. The attempting hybridization, and thus keep miles beyond Van

,."' color and markings of a flower often takes you down to de bank and des .: up the identity and character of the countin' from the Bath way, if tkj. I
serve to guide the insect to the will tell you date I allers bays what mean." I
t: One school district in Maine,o.mtain- honey, : Vuelta de Abajo variety. .

" lug eighteen farms, received over $10- In the obtaining of which they are compelled my 'note* ; noddings: ever goes It is a fact we have got to constantly "Oh, no, papa, you don't undeatsaj' I

000 for apples sold in a single year. eitherto remove or to deposit pollen. i pack. lear; in mind that if we succeed in me," the daughter explained,. 1&1 I
C.oUN'tor'-"That ii i
.-American Cultivator. won't answer ; fine Domestic Havana mean this horse and I
growing Tobacco
wagon. Do
Experiments in draining roads with does not change the matter a particle. I }III

tile, it is said, will solve the problem of The Passion for Collecting. must have the cash; security or collateral. in this country we have got to preen c think they are soulful ? Do you think: I

securing good wagon roads for the ." the identity of the Cuba characteristicsof they could be studied apart in the Kgbt I

Western prairies. When the late Sir Henry Holland wasa Nathan"How can I gif caash or security the plants we grow ; we.have got topreserve of a symphony, or even a simple poea, I

California is becoming a cotton-grow- very old man he regretted that in early yen I hat not got 'em ?" the gloss of the leaves; we and appear as intensely utter to one oa I

life he had not taken to collecting, and have got to grow plants infused with returning home as one could exprw I
i 1g State. One plantation in Sonoma Collector-"Well, you can give either,
county yielded last season 40,000 pounds he touched off its advantages in a few if you try." as much oil, or the aromatic principle, I The old man twisted uneasily in his I

from 200 acres; neat sentences. The interest be said, Nathan"No ; I'se a young man vat nicotine, as possible to render the tobacco I seat, and muttered something about le- I

Seeds buried too deeply receive a deficient "is one which augments with its gratification attends schtrictly to business, and hat of value : we have got to grow believe it used to be used foranexprs.. I
,is never exhausted by completion the tobacco of the right sire and before I
supply of air. As a rule, seeds no acquaintances or friendls here." preserve wagon he bought it to delrnr
and often survives when the more the tine texture of the leaves and in
pork but the conversation I
require to be sown! more deeply in pro- Collector-"Then I shall have to put it appeared
: portion to their size and the lightness tumultuous business of enjoyments of in the hands of a lawyer." the aroma of the plants peculiar to to be traveling in such a lonesome direction J

of the soiL life have passed away." In short he Nathan-"Veil, I can't help dot. I Havana Tobacco ; and in a word, JI'OWessentiall : that he fetched the horse a resounding
placed- collecting where our fathers used ) a Cuba Havana Leaf fairly crack the
shall try and bay it before it comes to on rotunda, and the
It is said that the !saving of half a to place whfet. The young man who ! cent a bushel in gathering the corn does 3 not collect will be miserable '
I when to our climate. It is
I went to a lawyer and found the laws necessary I I I prevented further remarks
crop of Kansas would be an aggregate he is old. The
inexhaustibility of the tafur us to strive hard to
of New York are made for protectionfor prevent "Oh, there is that lovely and eon- I
economy of nearly three-quarters of a object adds immensely to the advantagesof our Domestic Ha\ana Leaf from
just such ducks as Miller, and it summate ma !" screamed the returned
million dollars. collecting. When Heber had all or running into Seed Leaf Tobacco-we
I would cost $10 or $lt and would take collegiate, aa they drove up to the door
"Ten acres properly cultivated are Ilt'artyall, the rare books he knew of, he must not allow the plants to become ,
some two months to ascertain whether and presently she was lost in the .
worth fifty half done" was wisely said began to gather duplicates. The print "seedy," as the expression oes."p em
I could
get anything or not ; so I went brace of a motherly woman
by the retiring President of the New collector, in the same way, begins with back to see him, with the following result should avoid sowing seed that will produce tacles. spec

York State Agricultural Society at the ordinary impressions He thinks be can instead of genuine Domestic

last annual meeting. get together a complete set of some maser Collector: ((Soothingly)-"I doer want Havana plants, those to all intents and Well Maria," said the old man at

The woody fibres which go to make pernaps, and succeeds pretty well to sue you on this little account. Can't, purposes similar to Seed Leaf Tobacco. supper-table, as he nipped apiece of
the bulk of timber until in an evil or shall we say a Our object should be butter off the lump with his own knife,
up a tree are nothing you pay half of it. and the balance in to produce an ac "
but cells of a particular form thickened happy ?-hour he comes upon a proof: thirty days?" ceptableiest-Tobacco that will snit the an' how'd you like your school?"

+>j the deposit of wooly matter in their Then all must be proofs. First states Nathan-"No, my friendt, I hal offered manufacturers, who now want glossy, Well, there, pa, now you are showI

interior and aggregated in a special :are rare, but all must be first states. As you everything: rot vas rind and dark goods, strong leaf line and beau mean I consider it far too beyond1"

way.; his eye grows in knowledge he perceives reasonable." tiful ; for treats are sold nowadaysmore replied the daughter. It is unquench-

Many Connecticut farmers have been hat no two impressions are exactly lJlf'Ctor-"You borrow or get; on account of the appearance' of ably ineffable. The gif Is-are so stunptuoHsly -

" successful in raising early amber cane, alike, and that while one is gODi some one to indorse for you." the wrappers aronnd them than throughtheir stunning mean grand, so exquisite

and getting a good quality both sirup for this feature, another is good for NathanIwould not like to hurt my qualities otherwise ; or, in other so intense. And then the,

and sugar from it. The yield has ranged that. Against the particular collector credit py asking any such a ting." words, the cigar that meet the approval parties, the balls, the rides-Ob.-the

from 100 to 300 gallons of sirup per may be set the ; but universal Collector-"You need not tell me that ; of the Nye selh well. past weeks have been one sublime harmony

acre at a cost of about 26 cents peTI I collecting has a serious drawback. It ."
; I know better. I will tell you what I
gallon seldom approaches completion in anyone will do with you. I'll give you 10 llt'r Healthy Plants. "I s'poso so, 1 s'pose)," nervouslyaaseiited

An excellent vegetable is salsify or branch. The omnivorous collectors cent. ofT the fae of the account for :Set sood healthy plants, amt in two the old "man as he reached for
; as a rule, too easily pleased. It is tn four lays cultivate
deeply, once in his third "
"vegetable oyster." It is not grown as cash to-<1:1Y. a cup half full But how

generally as it ought to be, and is often miK)ssiMe that he should be an equally Nathan-"Vas is da, i 'f Ten perhent row without distniMiiR: the ridge", cultivate bout your books-readin', writtin',

hard to obtain. It should Ije own earlyI I good judge of all the things he buy- ? I take it : 1100\pm: are talking again after the first rain. When grammar, rule .0' thrt'f'-how about
vories, bronzes, embroideries, Klzevirs: the plants well "
are rooted loosen
in the spring, in deep, rich, mellosoil, sence.: ]),It vas de tirsht shemibbe vird the them ? .

and not a weed should to suffered to pictures, scarabs gems, {jtorcelains, witch 1 have heard out of you. Come soil lightly aronnd the plants to pesothe k Pa, don't," exclaimed the daughter'
coins, etchings and so on. A grain of crust and d.strl'thr
dispute the ground with it. at.2 o'clock surd '11l1hal1, have the Keep reproachfully] ; "the rule of three f
special knowledge will lie more useful the K-il loose- between
A correspondent of the Omnlry Gtn monteh." the rnmd grammar! If is French, and music,
than a catholic appreciation of the when the
tifmon gives it as his opinion that in regard At the time appointed J got hisc'I'k. plants are about 11 ft-et high and painting, and the divine in art that
beautiful in form. n'*' a horse-lino
every that
to scalding, boiling, or steaming, which was paid without a question. will place the fines has made my f\Chool1ift'the li -I mean
._ \il the side
an experience of five years with steamed This, for a clean daylight steal, "yanks upon edge of the ridge.A that have rendered it one unbroken fiowof

food for a dairy of from thirty to fifty Curiosities of the Patent OfficeAn the bun." He told m' he carried a simple attachment made with two rhythmic bliss-the incomparablyand

rows led him to the conviction that if Knglish journal pays a flattering large life insurance the Tontine plan* brevet underneath stages in the shape of a V placed exquisitely: all but."

compelled to take his choice and pay for tribute to American intelligence when i it which kept him short. He did this to answer the a common cultivator will The grocery man and I hw wife lookedhopelessly

it.he would pay more for the exemptionthan remarks that a good i r'rcentaRe of the protect his creditors, av life was UUl'f'rlain hoeing is purpose. Very little hand at each other across the

the adoption. He is convincedthat nventions are of American oripin. In ; that he was young and inexperienced pace nror
cutting the long forage pays better fiat but that his prospects were more soil around the plant to
country of geniuses everybody in | keep erect. This iady said : -How d"> you like the biscuit -
than any other preparation in a well- vents." Yet there is a ridiculous side never as bright :w at that time, and variety of tobacco is Mary V""They

s I managed dairy. to the question Some of theal'pIic3ntsfor that he hoped by honest dealing and industry very liable to tip orer before it is topped, "
I and when it does it should be are too utter for anything
set aton'e
I In applying fertilizers of a soluble patents create a laugh at their expense to build up a good trade. up
; the sooner it is done the less gushed the accomplished young lady,
character it is economical to manure if they do not get the protectionof The storms of fifty winters have fanned "
damage It should he and this plum is simply a
the plant rather than the soil. The I the government for their "inven and tanned my wrinkled cheek and i it topped so lowthat
the in itself."
top leaves poem
practice is especially applied to crops tion. One man claims protection for has become calloused from constant exposure will be about a#

sown in drills, where the plants are a theal'pJicationof the Lord's Prayer, repealed and nude assaults' but I could large as any upon the plant when all are The old man abruptly rose from thetable

considerable distance apart in the rows. in a loud voice, to cure slam- "only look with unite admiration and ripe. I am aware that a wide difference and went out of the room, robbing

The manure is deposited by the drill merin$. Another asks protection 'n offer my tile to this young Israelite in of opinion exists as to how much itpay i his head in a dared and benumbed man

along the line of each plant row and behalf of a new and useful attachmentof whom there is no guile; ." to sucker tobacco, but it bhould ner, and the mass-convention was' dis
be suckered once about half way down solved. That night he and his wife Mt
immediately covered in. Manures which a weight to a cow'.s tail to prevent ,
--- and a?aiJl clean, for the simple alone by the stove and
until late hour
rt'a.'i.nthat ,
are not so readily soluble produce the her switching it during the inilkinsojieration.
Tobacco Culture. the sucker Fuck the juices; also at the breakfast table the next morninghe
best effect when intimately mixed with A lady patented a hair
the soil. lately necessary to j rfect the leaves rapped smartly on the table with the
crimping pin, which she specified might Hints Regarding Domestic Havanna. -
hence the name t-n .hers. .\ perfect handle of his! knife and remarked"Maria
Tomatoes raised in poorish light soil also he treed as a ]at i>er cutter, a skirt
crop cannot loe obtained unless the : me an* mother have been
will ripen ten days earlier than those supporter, a child's pin, a tauquet The Jald\ins\ile your
(N. Y.) G'txttfjjives suckers are removed
besides it is less talking the
thins come
over an' we've
raised in rich soil. "We know this from holder, a shawl fastener, or a bookmark this advice thatsection liable ,
tn to ole
j sweat and (L1ma.Iron to the conclusion oardin'
that this
the actual test during the present season A "horse refresher" is a hollow pit,}It"r- and it will U found valuable fat sterns and tearing. Tobacco school business tec
If large, showy tomatoes are for ated with hole, and connected witha should is too utterly all but
to all who wish to raise a pood Cigar not lx' cut until thoroughly rijv. The much consider
wanted, regardless of flavor or time nripening f lle\iMe tube, with a water reservoir i in Leaf The to nonsense Me an' her
: accomplish the practice of
way result
-I I cutting a little that we hawu'tliwd
then the rich soil and the rank the vehicle, so that the driver can sivethe susffeslpf U to obtain T'n to sixty odd con..ummate
procure ;GenuineHavana a drkc-r color
i is
wrong ; i it years for the of raising a
needed. off all animal drink without, purpose
growth are Cutting a stopping.
Seed from the bland should I
of Cuba
fully matured: and if allowed curiosity '
an there's going to be u stop
but one or two fruits of the clusterswhile The "snorer's friecd' is a luxuriouscontrivance of known merits from the celebrated to stand few
a days after it is suvkenilclean put to this
small and will also to be attached to churchpew unquenchable: foolishness.
they are green -
Vuelta de Abajo district located
west more
weight awl better Xow after that
cause those remaining to grow to a 1 Kicks, PO that one may sleep througha of Havana. This famouslelt produces, is obtained. Havaaa seed quality you've finished eating
.size. So the Rural 3Tnc dull sermon in and cmfnrtwithout usually requires poem of fried saaage au' that symphony
larger says
peace it U said, the finest Leaf in the K o>;ki. four weeks or more to ripen of twisted and
doughnut take
Yorker.It attracting attention.
From this rich region the after
came Haynes topping, and it dual
cures better i if up-stairs in less than two seconds
is marvelous .how sheep and wool Havana feed originally. Let the hung with twine than lath and
upon ; the peel off that fancy an' put on
growing have increased in this countrywithin 'I.'yoff your overcoat, or you won't growers get their Havana :Seed fromthis slower and darker it can the a calliker, ari'then come down here and

the last fifteen or twenty years. feel it when you go out,"said the landlord section named, through! proper and better. Tobacco should l-e taken down help your mother wash dishes. I wantt

In 1360 there were only about 23,000- of a western inn to a guest who trustworthy sources and commence only when just in the right condition. distinctly understood that there aintgoing

000_sheep in the United States. We was sitting by the fire "That's what the modus erandl of hybridizing When stripped the butts should be to be no more foolishness

now have nearly 50,000,000. In 1860 I'm afraid oL"returuedthe" man. "The cultivating the plants by sowing the ,kept even and the leaves tied with in this house rbymthmic '
so long's superlative
the wool clip amounted to only 00,000- last time I was here I laid off my overcoat. opprovei Cuba Seed. The process of two strings in neat bundles of from ten pa an',,your lorelpan'your consummate

000 pounds ; to-day is nearly 300,000- I didn't feel it when I went out, hybridizing may reasonably be com to fifteen pound "each.-Aitr tnz a,,,{ .ma's running the ranch. You hearlIlf', ,
000 pounds- -an increase within this and I haven't felt it since." menced the first year of the growth of t 11'ArltMoo. I Maria ?>>" Maria was listening.-Ex.



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hence led as he'is by this of future I The Fair Sex.
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manufacturer is ,buried almost reward;1se 'dd'Mim to rocceaiirhicbwben The staining orf brieka red is effected I _

.' j. .its' ; by ,bj the mountains.of obloquy' and epi- "aiUined leads to.monopoly in this
; by melting one ounce of glue in a gallonof The governor of Wyoming has grew
? ilWaof FaulKrugerto thePrwi-. thetical denunciations that are being wise when:one man. unit e; ; *
water pieCe
+ { : ,,then adding a. of alum more testimony in favor of women snf
BAlt.bOyib.W8 of the result heaped upon him. The railroad magnate other,aid pooling their capitaljCmbarksin. .
;'' la J P'II an: egg: one-balf'pound of frage as.. practiced ,in .that territory.He
: >" 'w; ; bleii'to'tI118"t:011IItIf. whose and tact have that yields .thus '
energy an enterprise a profit '
'.... ,
-.:" .1'd .. :Venetian red and one pound of Spanish says that it has had a beneficial effect
; ."".;'..'. .t. In'"'I February. : massed successful 'corporations upon depressing'the,values. ; an extent 'of brown;'redness oi darkness is increased upon the politics and the
advices :stated that never, injljMitoiynf the country, is anathematized from the loss as deducted from the wbole of '
by:using more red or brown. For.col- government of the territory ; that the
, try country hadan; appeal Dan to Beershebaby the ne'er-do-wells the losers; yet not .injuring society astwhole
, .- oring black, heat the bricks and,dip in women take an interest in the election
L '
'oJ .each'; a vitally import4Meet -. demagoguesjand; the non-working divide as the,profit mentioned is redistributed -
fluid asphaltum ,or in a hot mixture, of and that "a smaller percentage: of
as the choice of a chiefitedsorlittle'interebt with the work-ever fellows. These merely seeking other channels : '
> : linseed oi1I&D' .asphalt. women than of men stay away.from the-
" 'snif! as on this loons seem to imagine; .that all can do or in other: words, changing owners.

. : < :rv'A: profound indifference and well. Why don't these superficial states- These men 'are ''So- alled monopolists. 'Dr. Morell Mackenzie'says that guaiac seekers polls ; '.they than' the are. men'less but persistent when-electedto oflscc--

'f 1f pervaded all classes of the people. men.sail Into the profitable waters of Monopoly,is nothing more.than ten men given early,will rarely fail to cut shortan office they have in, done-
every: case
rm 1jfcew; was no enthusiasm and no excite- the seed business and other mediums of using ten millions and employing ten acute tonsillitis. The formula their
duty satisfactorily they -
are accorded
: ?;,_' in any district. The rival profit other than manufacture ? Take thousand men, instead of 1000 an i-mo- follows : Resin guiac, 70 gram. ;' gum ;
-' liberty of action frequently -
jr' .lAdM... i were Paul Kruger and Piet first the;'seed trade. :Suppose we tell nopolists employing ten millions and tragacanth, 43 gram.; sacchar. alb., 17
v a wife v t's'i.n opposition tc
'az.: Ibert." The popular voice 'dn' the 'them that a seedman buys from the farmer employing 9000 men. It is really,arguing gram. ;'' black currant- paste, q. s.: M. I her husband and it has even happeawtt

f ';towi and villages was ,from' the first -and he can raise them much lower from the whole, a distinction without Div. in trochischi :No.: 350. Sig.: One I that wives' have, worked and vfic31'..*' *

fr -< sec: iD favor of Kruger, who was if he has a farm iri connection w ith his a difference. Revolution may destroy every two hours. One can also give
ticket when htu baiuV.xvewcandidates
one their
,gilded by the more'intelligent class of establishment-a bushel of cucumber these common sense and natural aconite,'as recommended by Ringer. If the othe%'' >
tejrgB. being the safer man of the two: seed for which he pays $1.0ents; per conditions of financial society, but it the disease is not checked, give small

.$ .fudidates and less likely to run the bushel There are 32 quarts in a bushel, would be but a few years at the longest pellets of ice.Professor A very good reason has been aligned

i ;motif Into difficulties through person- and a quart of this seed is supposed to when the same state of affairs would for the inferiority of female labor,evan
:',E G ej ambition 'than his competitor. The weigh: eight ounces. Suppose the seed. again be a source of annoyance to the his John Nichol, speaking in in industries where bodily strength i*

, i :jaolt of.the election.,therefore., likely man sell the half ounce paper of cucum- unfortunate hewers and drawers. If a "Historical Sketch" of American not required G ids learn a trade not as
iterature of the
non-existence of inter-
: :to bo p regarded with marked disfavor by ber seeds for 5 cents per paper; note his man is to be destroyed because rich, a life's business, but us a means ..of'earning

+, the Lingo'party in England,who have: :profit : 32 quarts 8 ounces each, 356 then on.the com'erse'of the propositiona national copyright, says that "thb gross a temporary livelihood. Theyare
injustice to the authors both sides of '
been longing for such evidence of'' anMgrtsgive .ounces or 512 half ounces, at 5 cents, man who is poor ought to be hung for ever,hoping that soma day they may

: ,disposition on the part of the ,$ ->.<>(0 cents, for what cost fl.r.o.'no his poverty. It is a poor rule that wont the Atlantic, for the benefit of the publishers marry, and, after marriage, they win

,Boer gs would render necessary a fresh I seedmenget lich i'" We don't know, work both ways. TMnughlnd Stock on one, leads to the intellectual require to wore at their trade uo more.

taierfereQce by the British.. Onkle, but if the same profits as cited extend J CitC ru fIl. market being glutted with stolen goods. This has an evil,influence on; their suc-

Kruger affectionately called through all the ramifications ,of their ..... Considerations of interest business are cess. A man, on the other hand, having -
; Marshal Canrobert's of course everything those of
'l ty his countrymen, is a man of sixty, of business, they ought to keep in the front Romance. art ; "principleor chosen a trade or profession,'knows-

,middb height, a tbick- t figure, very line of those who are in the race for Marshal Caurobert inhabits, a small or partriotbm, nothing. that his position in life' depends on. bis-

: :.",and' wearing, a .short-clipped fortune. We cannot MV how it is that hotel in the Rue de Marignan. Like t In the recent international debate on proficiency, and tliat he has nothing;

"1IeIrd Jonbert, is'a representative of wise mete, at least those that are con- most French soldiers he is careless of alcoholism at Genera the number of else to fall back upon. Hence, if he i*

:p5ebetter a -ucated.. -element' .of the, Boers, sidered BO, will cling to the belief that luxury, and busies himself but little litres of alcohol consumed yearly per only spurred on by the ambition whlchvevery

"fbflt Kniger the class known ,the entire: country i is brought to the about the .fine arts. The thing that head of population was stated for the I man' ought to possess, he w 1almoot' '

'aiDoppers, who.are,only; half educated verge of ruin, so that the manufacturercan strikes one on entering is a little perambulator principal European countries and the certainly surpass hb female-

. Jail half civilized. When be made his realize his 33J: per cent. This is hidden away under the staircase; United States as follows : France, 3 ; competitor.

; fin.visit: t.EngJand on behalf of..his the highest profit we have ever heard the walls are covered with the most Austria, 4 ; England, G ; America POOR (iiKLft.-The poorest girl is.<

- :countrymen, he wore the broad felt hat, claimed for them by tho'e who would modest engravings, water-color sketches (United States). 7$ ; Switzerland, 7} ; the world are those who have "never*

the ihert jacket and. "veldt schoon"- destroy them. There is not a medium and photographs, which do not speak Belgium, 9 ; Sweden, 10 ; Germany, 10 ; been taught to'uork.: .. There are thaw----

dues of untanned leather-which L form in the country operating between the well of the Marshal's taste in ks btaux: Russia, 16 ; Denmark?23. In Spain and sands of them. Rich parents have pet.

', abe usual and recognized costume of aDapper. consumer and producer who invests a Italy the proportion was much less: ted them ; they have been taught t.'

r 'I, ,On his return lie met the similar amount with the manufacturer, arts.And now I would say a few words of despise labor, and to depend, upon
of his friends clad in but realizes a larger profit. The printer The sunflower does not turn with the
Mtooished gaze aUgh Madame le Marechale. At the close of others for living, and are perfectly elp-'

; = haf, a,' .long. b3Ck'cloth, coat, and pays his workman sixteen dollars a the Crimean campaign, one evening ala sun, but a recent observer finds that a less If misfortune comes upon their
week and charges lib customer 50 centsan majority of the flowers do have a '
fin boots, worn by'ordinary civilized reception held at the Ministere des> friends their case is hopeless. Zhtt'

'BWB. "England was well enough," hour or $.J per day, making per week Finances, as .MamhalCanrobertenteredthe vailingdireetion when opening. In the most folorn and miserable women on

'to Bid, "and, there, were fine houses, for the same services $30, and of all fifon, a young lady whose remark- case of one of the perennial sunflowersof earth belong to this class, It 'seismto
middle men printers are the most liberal sixty-eight flowers, up to one time all
-W'if al wanted to and smoke l
man their
go ykiimctf able beauty was nol a little enhancedby parents to protect daugtteisfrointhis -
< and the most lily paid. The broker had their heads inclining to the south- .
,even away from London, every her simple dress of plain white tulle, deplorable condition. They
piece of the veldt seemed to be owned by steps in between buyer and seller, east. Three days after this with sev- ,
came with shy boldness up to the hero do them a great wrong if they sexiestit.
MM one or another, and if you sat and without investment or risk secured and said : entv-three flowers open, twenty-one Every daughter should be 'taught-

down to smoke under a tree, you hadn't a profit. The merchant buys his "Monsieur le Marecbal will do with me among the older ones had advanced to earn her own living. The rich 'a*
goods from first hand and makes his toward the northeast, their horizontal
tikea two whiffs before a man would ,
ashedid with the Russians. and nuke me well as the poor require this training
:.come up and say that land was his and .0.10 or 100 per cent. Bosses in each dance V""You faces becoming nearly erect during the The wheel of fortune rolls swiftly

todidnt,want you there." Krugerisibnoet trade make a handsome profit as com- forget, Madenioixlle, that there journey.In around ; the rich are very likely t> Become -

is good a guerrilla fighter as pensation for their supervising work. is jin armistice now :" the southern portion of the poor, and the poor rich. Skill H,

Joobprt, but his forte is declamation. And so on all through the ramificationsof "And a free pardon ainl amnesty for country drained by the River Congo, in I labor b no disadvantage to the ricb,

" lib speeches, like his letters, are full of13ibli trade, barter, mechanism, jobbing, my boldness, I hope ?*' Africa, there has been found by Lieutenant and b inli (lenUble to the poor. lti eR-

texts ,and his account of the Spitz- contracting, or in the professions. The Without replying, the Marshal offered Wis.! man a very dense population. to-do jttreuts, fail not to educate yjto*

kop battle reads not unlike the reports lawyer charges a so-called exorbitant fee, the young lady his arm, and,bringing her During his journey from Ixxxnda to I daughters to work : no re form is more

EBg.William pent to Queen Augusta not for the work done, but the midnight up to a young officer who happened tuba Zanzibar this traveler docs not seem to imperative than this. -

at the outset of the Franco-Prussian lamps trimmed, the vigils, the w errand have met with any serious obstaclesOn I ..
landing ne ar. said : "-<;ath" gives an interview wit .' (m.!
wit; Kroger came into notice by his tear of a quarter of a century, that have "Tbifr Monsieur: the contrary, the noted iramboga\'e
Dance this
quadrille of the prominent physicians of. Ycsr"York
been used to learn what he into
energy and :Ms skill as a marksman in put with him every assistance. At one portionof 1 '
Madeiuoi.-H-lle, and bear in
who expressed some pretty strong:
.the 1I'anagaiDst Mopoch and Malow, practice. It is not altogether for what mind that his route he found a tribe of dwarf ,
to-nightaMarshalof France
two border chiefs, in 1SG4-63, and ever he does, but for knowing how to do it. envies negroes. The full details of his journeywill ( opinions regarding the e1rl'Ct'of thewsocial
in larg&cities! 011 the health
dace. then he has been a leader of his The same rule applies to the physician.We be read with interest when they are j usages .
remember a lady asking an eminent Before many years ha I passed the I of women. Gath says : 'Speaking to i
peopte. At.the time that Sir Theopbi- published.A .
InaShepstone issued his proclamation surgeon who performed a slight operation young and beautiful Miss Flora Macdonald I one of the best known physicians inthtscity

who had aspired to dance with Washington in\'entorhas patented a esjiecially of women's diseases. i
annexing the Transvaal Republic to theBritish for her, who+, Mil was $35 for ten
Empire, he was VicePresidentottheBepublie. St'Cond.i'011..:, "Is it not too much for the coadjutor of Marshal Pelissier had new telephonic transmitter, which it is I yesterday, he said : "The tendency of ;

At agitation meetings the time ocrupied'r*' "[ only charge become f&1damla Marecbal Can CXPtctedill tend still further to revolutionize education in our large cities, and particularly ;

robert. the methods of electrical com- in New York, b todestroythe'girls
dollar for the operation the addi-
.in December, 1870, he was nominated oue ,
as President: of the Independent tional $2-1 was for knowing how.'" A After having waited a few minutesin munication. The capitalists who proposed for motherhood. They Its Y rr,: I

ToDuraad which the Boers informed mU1il1 risk health and life to secure the :akm above mentioned a servant to introduce the invention have handsome to the eye as they are growing'up

'the British administrator they had re- the know-led that is to enrich him announces that M. le Marechale is readyto great hopes that it will entirely supersede have blooming skin, fine eyes tad: I

aolTedto: establish. For thisKruger with fame or wealth, and yet his profitsare receiveyouand mounting to the second the present system of telegraphing. hair, delicate and generally small features -

'amt arrested on the charge of high denied by ignorance who ace no floor, you are ushered into the presenceof They claim that the voice can be audibly ; but so little ccfre is taken about !

tmaoa,but the charge eventually labor excepting in the efforts to saw or the old warrior in his den; a simple beard in a whisper at 750 miles distance. exercise and regular habits with them,,

'.dropped and Kruger, together with split wood and who never did, do not, room, without any ornament, but lit- The electricians of the Western Union that the moment they marry, they d 5-

Jeabert-went-in June 1880, to };ug- nor never will appreciate brain work, tered with books bearing on military Telegraph Company are Mid to be well velop functional diseases! which ,

tad ona":mission 'on behalf of the simply because their own defective or- matters, newspapers, maps, etc., etc., satisfied with the experiments which them miserable as wives and cvmpanicra;,

,Boera., :No, sooner, however, did the ganization renders them untit to discriminate Marshal Canrobert is about seventy, and have been mule and their children are scrawny wretcbed

tween brute and brain of medium height. His hair is little things, not tit to live Is this
Jfrfog take place than Kruger and Jou- gray Ln Nature states that ou the French
forttoot force.If very curly, and the cnsnnble of his faceis partially due to climatic conditions'!'* I
the direction of affairs, the coast in the Channel, where the tide
most agreeable the forehead It b due to many things- climate included j
eImer being proclaimed President, and we take away from man all hope( f being has a mean range of about thirtysevenfeet
high and intellectual, and the -to vicious dressing, to wearing
Blatter Commandant-General of the ; glance in it to
a future of wealth or distinction we destroy ( some cases amounts liity-bix
from his kind :shoes that do not permit of exercise to
but keen ,
Boer, forces; these' two. together: with all incentive to action, thus clogging eyes brilliant feet), tidal mills are used at various
and II is late hours ai.d i penttratinjr.
carriage is
ftrtorina, forming a reigning Triune the wheels of enlerpri., discovery places. They are favored not only by the
neglect of the laws of health.
and msolute but the Vack
: Mae, which issued a Proclamation of and improvement, the followings of is a little range of tide but alsj by the long estuaries ,
h bow f'il l and the head inclined can put uiy hand on a represenativft-
>bepeadence one
and whose' authority which disorder: dl-niption and of irregular border at the mouths
case. I know a citizen herevro'lives'
side when the Marshal speaks. The
.1I'IS. 'Wcogniztd as supreme in the ruin. It H only through the hCJioC\If a the unimportant water-courses which
.>Constituted tone of his voice is splendid : it ring*, in a IohouSt; makes $7000 or$8000"
Republic. Under Jou- future of profit the ptr cent not determined have no proper current. The motors
and the slight southern accent lends an Ir year, and has brought up a pretty'
leadership, the Boers defeated that ambition stimulated: to are gent'ral1y"aleryl.J ls, which an
irresistible charm to the bold frank daughter. She was taken into societj
toe British, with great loss, at pitzkop, deeds of valor, or of habits of deprivation immersed at high tide, and begin work
soldierly words of greeting with which very young, and by the time she got to
'Sunday' February 2lAAt: Sir to secure opulence. The man or when the tide is half-way down ; none
you are nude wrlcome.THK be eighteen she fell in with a young hanVclerk
"Ceorge Colley the British commander men who fail to comprehend the meaning of them are arranged to work with the
--- and the result .
b was a manias
-among the slain. The Liberal of the logic we present is the veriest flow of the tide.
'Oovermnent IRIMl NATIONAL LEAGUE.DfHLix. lIe was earning eriuii $:! :XX) or $2T lih+
: accepted tho fruits of this dolt. Why docs the agitator ruu the Astor)' ways told of woman in Boston
feet .-At a meeting of the Irish a year, and could not keep house m.' ew-
by restoring the independence ofTrmsraal gauntlet of opprobrium, social ostracism who discovered and located a leak in the York
National league, it was announcedthat ; so IIPvmi up to Harlem. Consequently -
l, and now the little Dutch and risk life in his opposition to the waste-pipe of a wash-bowl, by. taking
.:* 340 had been received from he sprsuis a paint of every dayand
; P+Uie in the wilds of South Africa iswdy order of things ? Because he seeks distinction advantage of the fondness of cats for the
America since the last report. A communication evening on iKexiM' viitfcilniilroadK.i" ..
hi working order again. iu some shape that is in bar- oil valerian.. Having put two cats
a i from Mr. Redmond ..theUf'pfe5entati'e riding up and down, ami has grO'K-tl':
--e_ with his hopes or ex(Ildations. the parlor) here an offensive odor
m my was
of the League in Australia haggard and conrjge.d. Hb wife.;.:
Did he not have this irritant or goad to perceived, the woman poured the oil I .
was read, in which he said he hoped meantime, dissatisfied that sti canuotr
Belgium. urge bun on ne would soon become as into the basin of an upper room and I
& to be able to send 1000 monthly to keep house in New York as when ntw:
; tT_LB.-M. Philippart, the Bel useless as an exploded bomb, as his watched for the result. The cats shortly
Ireland while he remains in Australia. lived at her father's<<, is containing and;
bancier, wh was 'recently extra- powder as soon as reached with a fuse began to snuff the air and move towarda unhappy. She JutS been sick ever:slncf

;ated.from France on a charge of fore- corresponding with his length of temper, LES50N IN POLITICIAL ECONOMY.Ib .- closet through which the wastepiperan the birth of her only child, which s> 3.

7. has written letter to the public would soon explode, leaving the Vesu- time money ?" "Yes sir, it is." then jumped upon a shelf and little sickly, miserable object, cot fit tc-, *
Catot i in which he declares that if vian thunderer altogether broken up." Trove it by an illustration." "Well, purred as if enjoying a great luxury. be brought into the world. Large

i.keit In prison Man cannot will not bring his natural f give cents The wall was cut to
!'; beyond the present you twenty-five to a away expose the strong, numerous children such as .we

?il.. 11p the companies of which be has forces into action without some stimulus couple of tramps, it's a quarter to pipe, and a considerable leak was foundat i used to s' e, are no logger raised in the

:.t"* c rection will be'ruined. to lead him to energize them fort two." the very spot pointed.out by the cat*. titles.

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'CHICAGO: Aopat.JL Mr.lL K.MoGrmtLpf :- i.if.:
.. Jeflbnon ttty;Missouri, has re- ; .' 'B" Y: ii

r ,ceiredtoe'following: letter.--..front, Doha: PI lI .'
r ,. '." OP'*,;r.C,,m, ..!-t : IS r yi PILLS :, ,

{{_Yol r, August 14,1883.; : stea-i ';

r' Mir )tin&&---1 have to acknowledge 11" ?"

the recdpt. of'juon- of;;the' 8d 'Instant, '1.\I: ..RE NEW RIcn: BLOOD, r. S.'Mall..<- .
containing I;ttwo'neinpper clippings< And will eotopialalyebtttZth' >blood in the etttlre yrt nt tltre inonau.MB AD7'p ... ( OF THIS ''rl,
_tive to'the Presidential'cax nse., Permit who will tate 1 Hn Mb nltfit from 1 4p 12 weeks. ma*be tMtoreA to wand daily tiom u
...w..1t...allaJJlcbe.-we. b r snag Ysmal.Comp1alD&a these Fills have DO,and 3.iCaSdiwf&9:,
{ me to'thank yon for::your disposition to anal. TbjiieUiu taae them la their practice Bold ererywlien,or sent by man for '. .m.,for .a-:)r'S-"(!-'-
I :assist me "M L my opinion we should not S5 eta.In ........ Send for.pmpbl&. 1.8.JOHNSON A CO. BOSTOy. MASS. .

; be'too'decided in our opinions relative to CROUP ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS. ,\" Now Sanford, 4

,the canvMs;: We should nominate'those ,om so.'s" ANODYNE tEOaiKSTwffllnitannUen >- I se .
DIPHTHERIA tIDeoaal theN terrible 4Iaeues.and wi po.ldnl1aN ..:
who'a iris most: 'available and popular with I I IIJDe CMM out of tea. Information that will WTOnnqr sent tree tr maIL Dun Oelj a moment.prerenUaa .
the people, and whose'records' .can stand U Utur tun cur*. landings south of"

the test'of iiwe stigati DIf, the old ticket JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT' s:-., Cx). RiJrnralPa. -t
fififtnli be nominated the for .' ,8oNT ,e tml .OIroDteIIou'leDeU.BaetlDlrCoaab. v::'Coagor it .
question Sffi&LnlbaL time to
us a..JO BlleIllllAtiam QroaIc rooae Dyentery eLoler.lratDas.ridneyTtaoWee. Is the at 1 p.m. :
to decide in our best judgment is whether ._ Soidtrerrwbert." 8c wp.mPWettO L B.Jotttuor6Coltoemr.ataU. with aU 'Kan'
we could succeed or not. So far as,rightis is a mB-knowa fact Out nxt of U*
Bon end Cattle maser wdd In thteto Interior.
concerned men ,ought'to act on their vnrtbfesf that Shaidaa' MAKENS LAY ir{
: a !for .:. ,
convictions of.right and blot out the dig.iII_ 1'lothlDc' on earth River. ?"" 'to ,. '
make ben lay late Sheridan* Condition Powder. DOM. one touKonfld to each pint .".
graceful,record that "our opponents made ted. add T Twbarercri artbjBjaUfoc lS c&Io JD It&mpI. L S.Joaano&CU.Bono.lUsa.It at 730 and 8i." s 1
against us in 1877 in Congress. SubscribeFor arriving at Jackson--..,*,

,There hare been published in the East- WALTON, WH-AJNTST & CO., morning. ,;#.-:,

em papers articles headed" ricalU&- with rail and stetra'

tice." ,This probably'means that the old Pow BRNDJ ,

ticket should nominated. 'Should it be AND WEST.

nominated it will be supported with as Jacksonville and'-'
: Tree and Manure. the steamers learioK .
much vigor and.' .effort as that made in Orange Vegetable excepted. ',at W,

1876 by us. I am, very truly yours,
Joss KELLY. PREPARED EXPBESSLYfpr the use of the fruit and vegetable growers of \'*
Florida. It will produce a heavy but sound and healthy growth on growing trees, for Green Cove Springy .
MJSCELLANEOUa and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit. ..
IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and In the .\ leaves rlorlda
WHEN THE FIELDS latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.IT The Florida [ at-a. m, daily Sun.. :
same day. '
Are White With Cotton apply at General\ '
and Laura Street,'

Then you'll want a fine Piano or an Or- WHANN & CO., .Pass.WATSOS.Manager.Agent. ,* A
gan." Bot'why wait for it? Buy at once Wilmington, Del. 0
and enliven the long hot summer months
'with music;and make the Harvest Home Ant Gq taut McLean of the sloop "Ayntf to briny you a sack of the -0-- EMPORIUM! ...

still more joyful. Never mind if yon ,
haven't got the cash. Have you not -
heard of PLOW BRAND.JXO. .

.-AXDEKSOX, of Ormond.Agent for East and South Florida. Naturalist
It Is the constant aim and intention with some respect
the publisher to give to the readers of

COLLINS CO HARTFORD STAR, one of the most readable and at my to establish shooting, .

siest papers of the State. rates.
PIANO AND ORGAN SALE Established 1826.MANUFACTURERS Celebrated Lion

paint in all colon
best and cheapest
And don't you know that during the for House or Boat
months of July, August and Septemberyon teat variety, suitable
can buy LoWEST ROCK BOTTOM 0 .
Cash Rates by paying just a little cash
down and balance November 1st, with : ..\.. TED PURE

out Interest? It's a dead sure fact and .. '
you can't save one red cent by postpon Oil always in
ing purchase until your cotton. comes inHere .
arc the terms.Midsummer. .
Twenty columns of

ed Miscellaneous ware from the '
&: Hayden.
Special Offer
Combs, Nick Xacts
I OFHatchets

$25 Cash down on a Piano. Pipes

$10 Cash down on an Organ.I Axes Picks -AND- '
cannot find
And the balance November 1st next, ,
without one cent"of interest. Rock Bottom AXD OTHER EXTRA QUALITY other stores in Ti-
Cash Rates. No interest S. a call and you
.... in price. And if when pay day conies TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS. .
you cant pay all cash, we will give Also
longer time with a reasonable increaseof FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS Nearly Ten columns StatCounty .

price. Chickering, Ludden & Bate Of all sizes and pries from $5 to $30. Also, Plowing Machines. VAL PROOF.
:Hathushek, Kranich&Bach Mallet Davis and Local .
Farmers ,
& Co. and Arion Pianos; Mason &; receive valuable! information, catalogues! ., Fla.)
by writing to the
Hamlin,Packard Orchestral, and Bay makers, July 16. 1883./
State Organs. Every grade and style. COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York.PARSONS' given that the fol
All with maker's names. and fully guar -- has filed notice ot
anteed. No stencil instruments sold. A final proof in sup-
selection from over 300 styles from ten that said proof will
leading makers. Fifteen days' test trIRiven. ;; rILLS Stewart, Clerk ot
We pay all freight if instrument Fla., on Monday,
is not satisfactory. Sis months exchange : Ilendry, late
privilege given.SPECIALB. ?' of LaGrange
F Ami LeBNEG will con j>l Uy eA.nntfie6t.adlntTi..ntln.nt.minthrNtoo.ehe.llt",praan who will uk ONE PI M. N W1-1 of S E14
rFliolEO\ bere.tor.dto.ern .
RGAINS.this FctuU Complaint th...Pilli flue no.qn.l. I'h7.iclaD'o,.them ia 6..leblfenebathinbpouiti.liar nccace.Sold Tcryirben.i lange 35 E.
or Mat by mail lor U ctnu IB tamM. &.dfary.myalet. L 8.JOHNSON JtCOapocton.VMS. _o__ 0 : witnesses to
month in our grand Clearing Out residence and
Piano Sale. 100 first-class upon
near A TRIAL OF: THE viz: T.J. Cock-
ly new. some not used a month offered BALTIMORE JOBBERWILL A. Chappell and
from 850 to$100 under regular price, on Fla.
easy payments of 82i cash and balance CLEARLY Sl'LSTANTIATE ESPECIAL POINTS OF EXCEL range.L. ItaRNES,
810 monthly. Sold only to make room: LENCE.1st PRINTING. Land Office.
for fall stock. Write for Special Circulars -Ills the easiest running piesmade., 2d-It is as strong as any made.
and fall line of Piano and Organ 3d-It is the most durable made. 4th-It will do press 0 .
press as good work as any pres: JOB PRINTING. .
Catalogues. All sent free. Address I mad Oth It will take le' to it in
*: keep repair than any pros made. Cth-(Las! Gainesville,Fla.\
:Ludden: & Bates' but not least) It costs los than any firat-cla.4 press made. PRINTING. July 6, 1S83./ r

been entered at

SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE 31.tor Fee abandoning against)

SAVANNAH, GA. X o. 3777.datiil Oct.
4 of N E 4 and E i
ONLY S2O. : Township 28 S.
: county, Fla..
cancellation of said

i (' are hereby sum
Oilice; on the 23d
/ 1111 10 o'clock a. in. to
: sift r Our Job Office is well equipped for testimony concern-
ecuting all kinds of Testimo
before Henry Olm-
Peace at Eau Gallic,
Y''r : a. m.
;: }: IJcgister.:
; i ItoLLixs.Receiver.


I will present to
Judge of tho
, county Fla. my
.. as adminis
.. COLOR &ORNAMENTAL ] Moore late
t'tl and ask for a final

f'" 1 trator.

< MACHINEEQUAL -i' I : (!S.Cm)

The above cut represents the most popular 540i: '; ..

... style for the people which we offer : Tast.neuod US UllS.
yon for the very low price of $20. Ke- s bydrugxsta
member,we do not ask you to pay until .
you have seen the machine. After having
examined it if it is not all we represent ETC., ETC. '
return. it to us at our expense. Consultyour I": ? NO PAY. :
interests and order at once,or send ,
for circulars and testimonials. tor Mechanical. Oe-
4 Address CHAIILES A.Wood & CO.. }". rc-1sn3.
. No. All Size Presses Type and Printers' Supplies. free. eXI\1DwatIOJl.i
1.N. Tenth St., Philadelphia. Pa Catalogue !I. frcPtar ..
z March?, 45 Cm 17 J. F. \1: DOIOIAX GERMAN STKEET, BALTIMORE,MD. Titmville, Indian River, : LOCIluijulu" *foe(;0.! -

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rp.MORROW.-"' "'" 'M ', ;!.1iiiti ;.1 iaitered, Ctotto'i nnefltiott-'proved a wfcb... QUNtJonet and Answers" '. Child ,,Ufe- One- Hundred Years

; t:"" ui'te'.raid.,i efiher;pe're.,erT"poor,. .The next. day.they-told their etoeT a, & '* -... ";-"---- ,Ago. .

t\:; la =J::;; tbere'i DOOM tat me to depend. on- solicited Boner for .their.'.new: friend.: 8AAx:-The word in Hebrew ,-

".w 1 itmsitter, Q'l1aht'adeI t4& yeaorro mud won't TooFeece"give, me' a little By night a coay sum bad Ien.reallx6d, : One hundred years ago a little girl
., nicmy. Milton. ,,. in "Paradise, named Mary Butt was living with her
'.; ? sOmethuitg to kat? and with: happy he4r6s'thep setout .-. '
if or reorbitterhat*, '*;Xbu're: tbflsiyintoenthbeggar that's 'to- make their. 'purchases; then, yst parents at the pretty rectory of Sanford-
.loan stew 'Tv whom the Arch enemy;
..... .-pity on our pleadiDp out fate after being here to-day.. You all have each with a heavily "!ade i basket, $And heave in haven called Satan.WALSTEIX. on-the-Terne, in England. She'was a

. rTo orrow.I be the. same whate'er dyin' mithers. an' ,dead,fathers, and sought ,the'old shanty.'* Again Bessie bright and beautiful child. and when she

$ : : hivln only knows how chiller to rapped at the door. The old man Came, .-Rnbezahl is the grew up she became Mrs. 'Sherwood,
.t1 ; with hearta bet to the eore"vgiHUBt Puck, of Germany. He aids the the
11ft= mj anguish! 1' what cornea no support. U we'd be glVIn't.all 'yees, and seeing the> three girls, eagerly peer- writer of a great many charming
guides the
benighted, and succors stories for
the master ud be than church ed Into their faces and asked their er; young people.
? poorer ,
,A3;1< "' dmt the trifle we deplore, oppressed, but has no mercy on But nothing that she wrote is so en-
):taJ.y mouse hisself so he would." rand.
.. ,1'.aotfOw., proud and wicked. Pronounced tertaining the_story of her childhood,
\ "But you wouldn't miss 'a little," "Sir," said Bess, "we are come to
; God ibo.e our bead zawL which when she was an old lady, she
be l. pleaded Nettie. "And I'd be so thank- confess a wrong.
in our churchyard .
-iki sleep we told to please her ,
grandchildren. I
_ f.-ii&-rn nothing< count. how we to- ay have ful" Gness you'se got de wrong place LEARY.-Diana of Poicters,

Zt I bled, 'Willz, thin, take these cowld buck- den. None: o' ye ever sinned 'gainstme. of Valentinois?and favorite of wonder how the girls who read this
'* .. 'Tpmorrow.rc. of France born Sept 3 paper would endure the discipline which-
whates and begone ; and she tossed the was : 1489;

viands into the basket. With a smoth- "Last night continued Bess, "I April 22, 1566. Ninon de little Mary submitted to so patiently

: /The,;Black Man's Blessing.1 ered. "Thank you, ma'am," Nettie came here begging for fun. "My motheris died Octeber 17, 1706, at the : 1782.From the time she was six until p ah

:fj. illiti :" departed. not sick, and I had no need.of the ninety years and five months.At .
xc1JJmed Nettie Ashley was thirteen.she wore every day 'sitsiron
0fedtar!! and shawl ; .What _success?" cried the girls. as food for which I asked. Your kindness Straaburg hundred of folk beganTo collar around her neck,and a backboard -
ua II put on" her bonnet pre- Nettie reached them. touched my heart, and -" dance and leap, both maid and
home "I wish we In market lane and street. strapped tightly over her should-
h to going open
iry kind of real "Not exactly an enthusiastic reception "Now, interrupted the negro, in They skipped alone nor cared to eat, derm This was to make her perfectly
a good
11::._tq b"e some but I got some buckwheat cakes. surprise, "who'd s'posed you could lie Until their plague had ceased to fright '
t ." "Twaa called the dance of 'r itua. straight. Perhaps yon may have seen
{ holy
: _tKfgbt.Xi. like dat wid such
? a powerful
some sorry
here and there ''
a old
I Ii very stately lady
'*' sentiments exactly," returned "Not yet, thanks. Wait until you face !" "dancing mania" once widely who'never was known' to lean back in

i ) II e"Ames, as she tied her hoodritt see my spoils" said Gertie. "Judge "I am sorry," returned Bess, "and Tailed in Germany and the low her chair, .but who always held herselfas

; a witching bow and sur- Jerkins lives in this house. He is one now we have brought you these baskets, .
, It was called after Saint Vitus erect as a soldier on dutY If so she
: herself in the mirror. VI meve of the wealthiest in the I'll which we hope you will accept with the ,
, jcved men city, so of the supposed power of that saint was taught, you may re sure to
!. ,tbst we',three,. t, here.-and now, .plan a get something handsome there." And kindest wishes of three giddy girls who nervous and hysterical affections. herself in that way when she, was carry'a

.troIii" beggar number two started on her dole- will never think of your generosity little girl
:"Seoosdtbe motion." chimed in Ger- without a tear." FRESu TER.\alt junk is a
ful errand. The judge's back door Poor Mary's .iron collar was put on
"""What shall it be a candy:8nb4' "And please accept this envelope," name for beef used on board ship.
.tie.WOod. opened; the "help" contemptuouslyeyed in the morning, and was not taken off
said Nettie she handed it to him. is the bull-rush of which ropes
her visitor then slammed the door as
3 until dark, and, worse than that, she
+-Ne;no,",laughed ,Bessie ; traces of in her face withV, e don't take stock Then they put down their baskets, and formerly made, and salt junk says, "I' generally did all my lessons

. .1 list candy escapade are yet visible n'beggars." with a pleasant "good-night" left the that is hard, ropy and salt. standing in stocks, with the ,collar

mytair; -i in "Stingy things?" was the angry exclamation around my neck. I never sat on a
) yigorously.appued.." wildered manner. color in new goods, such as chair **
ttie ,as Gertie joined the girls and in my mother's presence.
"Listen, girls," cried Nettie, "I have related her cold treatment.In Don't go far," whispered Jert'e, as ; handkerchiefs, etc., and to Her brother and herself were greatreaders

,:si ide .!! she closed tho door.U stand in color in fancy hose from but you can count on the fin-

" Tor pity's sake don lose it, Net," this way they visited nearly every that shrubbery where we can watch himtrough on the feet? I have tried a : gers of one band all the books they had

;Bid Gertie.,.1'but, .. quick_ let's hear." house: on the avenue, sometimes receiv-but t the window." articles that have been to read. Robinson Crusoe," two sets
and often
cold bits
"It's something novel. Let's go beg6b -" ing So, taking their places, they watched to me, but have never found of "Fairy Tales," "The Little Female

1II.'J I harsh words. him as he oi>ened the boskets and drew thing that would answer the Academy," and *Esop's Fables"

'J." what?" asked Bes I'm disgusted with a beggar's life," forth a One turkey, vegetables, cakes It is recommended to soak formed the entire juvenile library.

"6o out-,begging," explained Gertie. said Gertie. Let's go home""Just end many other good tilings. some time in water, to every They used te take Hobinson Crusoe"
think if we really were in distress -
"Veil 1 disguise, and go from house to "Did you ever see such a happy which has btentIded a and seat themselves at the bottom of
and needed the food for >*hichwe've
hone, asking for food. It will be real face?" asked Bessie. of ox-gall. To prepare the the wide staircase, the two heads bent
5 sorrowful
!'I begged with what lie is opening the envelope now," Place the gall in a bottle, put in a I I over the page together. Whenever they
think that
ftnu"Ton are. a genius,Net"cried Bessie, hearts we should return. To said Gertie; "I wonder what he will ful of salt, and keep it closely turned a leaf, they ascended. step,

'!'jouH be famous, yet.?!, these rich folks should refuse to give say to that t"! A tea-cupful of water will keep until they reached the top and hen

"Probably," said Nettie. "Behold the crumbs that fall from their tablesto As he broke the seal and drew forth goods from fading.C. they began to go down again.

-the futuie'ldol of fame ,working in a the starving people of our city : the roll of money,the tears found ready Little Marten was not very persever-
Lee and S. L. M.-"Will be
I am going down on street you
'feorthop for six dollars a week!" vent ; he looked first at the money, ing with his Latin so, although it was
see if there is more charity in a enough to repeat Dr. Hall's
"That has nothing to do with ourIicpoiedexcureion any then at the edibles, as if to make sure not then the fashion for girl's,.Mary's
mansion said drunkenness? Please state the
tenement house than a q :
"interrupted Gertie. it was a reality and no dream. Then, mother decided that she should begin
house then and the time to be taken ?"
Bess. "I'll only try one ;
**SbaH we go'or not?" clasping both hands, he dropped on his the .study in order to encourage him.
home it shall be." of iron, five grains ; magnesia
''Go bf aU means," said Bess, whose I knees, and the girls knew that "de The sister soon distanced the brother,
toward I. grains peppermint water
They wended their ee ; ,
were just sparkling with mischief. brack man's bressin' was finding ut- and before she was twelve her regular
.eyed street. At the corner stood a miserable drachms ; spirit of nutmeg, one
"But let's be going home ; we can plan terance and favor before the throne of task of a morning was fifty lines of
windows Take tablespoonful in water
little shanty. The were I a ,
it on the way." filled with rag, and everything indica God. .. times a day, until the craving for Virgil, translated as she stood in the
The three girls started off in high stocks. ,
drink has subsided. This
cad judging by the frequent laugh- ted the extreme poverty of the inmate The Progress of Invention. You will ask what sort of dress this
jiee, "I'm inhere acts as a tonic and a stimulant
"There said Bess, going .i.-.i.tion
Is and suggestive nods of their heads, little girl was allowed to wear one hundred -
One hundred when thread thus the
;" and she walked briskly to the years ago partially supplies place In she
years ago. 'summer had
-everything was perfected ere they separated door. At her timid knock the door numbered 1j(4) by the standard set up by accustomed liquor, and prevents cambricand in winter
linsey-woolsey orstuff
at the door of Nettie Ashley'sboose
spinners which was considered they and moral
opened, and she wa confronted by ac I absolutely physical gowns, with a simple white mus-
; utmost degree of fineness possible by which follows sudden
old negro, to whom she told her pitiful a Un for best. Her mother always insisted .
"Xow, girls, be here at seven sharp,
story. English spinners, a pound of cotton from the use of intoxicating
on a pinafore,which was a great
sod mind called out
costume; "Cum right in, honey, cum right in. spun to such fineness would give a
Ccuiofs KATK."Please tell loose apron worn over everything else
xettie toward the door. ,
as ran
De ole man aint got much,but 1 e never thread seventy-four miles in length-
origin of the expression, 'lIe and enveloping her from head to.feet.It .
Had you been on band at seven sharp, done sen' away de needy. Cum in a. sufficient to reach from Boston to Concord -
which side the bread is buttered ? is quite refreshing to find that neither i
joa would have seen two very forlorn- minute, chile." N. If. The machinery of today
would be impossible to the the blackboard nor the Latin took from l
looking damsels ringing the bell of theLEley Bess entered the hovel l. and as sbe! spins for useful purposes thread numbered tell you
of this proverb which occurs in '" the child a love of play and of dolls.
,. :cottage., Nettie answered the saw its meagre furnishings, her heart COO from one pound, a thread.
languages Inthe "Dialogue," by Her special pet was a huge wooden doll,
caQ and the visitors were ushered in smote her. one hundred and ninety-five miles in
Hayweod published in 1SW w which she carried to the woods with
ith. much laughter, and a few moments '"I cannot take food from him," she length. And machinery. been constructed ,
tence : "I know on which her, tied by a string to her waist, after
later,you might have seen emerg- said to herself, "yet I dare not tell him so delicate that a pound of
bread is buttered :" and in the grown people had decided that she
v fog from the same house three mist>r.l- the truth." cotton has given a thread reaching 1,001,
"Computations of Myles Hogjjard was too big to care for dolls. A friend
: (clad girls each bearing a basket. Placing the caudle on the table, the miles-farther than from Boston to .
sentiment occurs in this shape : one day presented her with a fine gauze
went little cupboard in one Chicago. The weaver of boyhood
,Where shall we go first ?" inquired negro: to a my
know not on which side your cap, and this was the only rrnament
Vie! ; comer of the room, drew forth half a could throw the shuttle perhaps twenty-
buttered." This is not the first she ever possessed as a child.
Tell take:'Evans avenue ; neither loaf of bread, and handed it to Bessie, five times a minute, but not at that question buttered I think the little girls who compare
-of us is acquainted there," responded saying, "Here, chile, dis am all de rate during the day-human muscle been answered in this column. 182 with 1782 must be thankful they

Ketti "They are all rich folks on the bread I hall in de world, but you takeit would break down under such rapid were not born in the last century. I

; ,JHnae. Lee to de pore sick mudder wid a brack action. In 15O Compton's loom threw
Then we'll go over to A>SAM.-"Who was 'lludra know that I am. Yet little Mary Butt

: ,dfawt among the poor people, and see man's bressinV the shuttle fifty times minute whereasso tioned in a recent account of was very happy child, spending, when

; 1'bat we can beg for our sick mothers." "0, sir," cried Bessie, the tears great has been the advance of invention the Orient ?" He was the permitted, hours of great delight in the

; down her cheeks, I cannot that the loom of today is considered -
"lean never tell the story with aJme streaming the tempest gods. The word woods and groves, and listening eagerlyto

: face," said Gertie. take the last mouthful you have, indeed a slow-moving mechanism if the "run about crying"and the the talk of the learned and traveled

t ii But 'you must. See here !" said 1 cannot-" shuttle does not fly two hundred and that the boy ran around visitors who came to Stanford Rectory.

'.8trie. miu' "bout dat : tomorrowI'll forty times a minute "No man can -
{ ,as they passed under the streetlbt. "Nebber cause he had no name ; ---- -.-
: "Look mo' I>e ole man kin take as a gift to-day a cotton manu-
; you must draw your face get some Hrahama said, "Let thy name be Waterproof Bricks.

t ,*>***>.-" And the rosy little face as- work, but de sick mudder can't. Takeit factory equipped with the machinery of dra." -

{ :'ed such, a serio-comic expression to her, and tell her it comes wid de 1SOO" was remarked by the late super- Waterproofing is a process which has
intendent of the Amoskeag Mills. "We The following is said, to "
it her companions burst into laugh bressin' ob de ole brack man. been brought forward with varied claim
t! thank :" tearfully are breaking up the machinery of the copied literally from an old of
t : "Girls," she exclaimed, in a tragic How can I ever you superior adaptation as comparedwith
** "A thousand, machinery of those days for old iron." in Scotland : and
; *,how can you laugh in that man-_ exclaimed Bessie. ordinary bricks these claims

'let when your poor mother is so ill thousand thanks!P In some departments of cotton manu- Here lies the body of Alexander Ma have lately been subjected to investiga-

, _*ith consumption, and you have little She opened the door and quickly ran facture, a man with the present ma- Who lion, tions of a practical nature. In order to
was a very
k llcthers and sisters depending on you to the girls, to whom with many tears chinery will do eight times the amount Who was two yards high in Im ascertain what amount of ,water the-

,**sapport, and are obliged to beg from she related the touching incident. I I of work which he could do in 18450. In And fret,his accoutrements cle"An. : brick would absorb in their natural
A -toor to door how can you do it ?" '.'I felt so guilty," she exclaimed the manufacture of coarse cloth, an lie was slew condition, two bricks of the same kindas

t' uBess,you are incorrigible," returned "but 1 dared not tell him the truth. : operative with ten machines doe twice At the battle Waterloo.. those that were treated with the
the tears roll : the work he could accomplish with Plump through .
,ate have seen immersed in
acn a doleful expression asa If you could 'I The, gullet : it went in at his throat waterproofing were water
t ,tlllhrou be fortune to any beggar, down his face as I told my story you thirteen machines before the war. And came out at the back of hU and at the end of an hour one brick

,:rtt$ctnally looked worse than Aunt would have felt what real charity was. { There never was a period so fruitful in .. had absorbed nine and seven-tenths ':

t '&'\LL. hen.she is giving her visitors To think of meeting in this lowly hovel : discovery, so fertile in invention, as the .Yt'p1tlhe.This word, per cent. of its weight of water, and

i' .. ** &eoded account of her 'neuraligy oce willing to give his last crust whenwe pre sent. __ I I often used by poets, is the the other ten per cent. ; as their weightdid
I. plant which in torrid regions,
: rizmati ." have been so rudely repulsed by I AN old woman armed with a broomstick I not increase after several hours'

....,;tcn r.t we are on Evans avenue," many who livenn luxury !*' and a tUt-iron put to flight two I the travelers with a refreshing immersion, this was all that the bricks y
example of charity It has an urn or pitcher at the would absorb. To ascertain the effect ,
f 1 Gtttie.:. "Now. girls, compose "It is the grandest masked burglars the other day. When t
responded NKtie, of its leaves, generally tilled \\ of freezing the saturated bricks,
, rea. Net, you are: to go first. I ever knew, lovely woman stoop to ilat-iron she upon
and limpid water. This i is
M4 reward him. of them exposed for a few
..J ,risto," responded Nettie, "I'll "and, girls, we must makes a success of it. one was

i, I;>!|2!!*this big brown house. You two "I have it," cried 'Gertie. "Day a lid when full ; but the water hours to a temperature somewhat i

t ;. e;'. few' step3, and wait in the after to-morrow is Thanksgiving Day. I WHEN a man kums to me fur advice << : ishes during the day, and below the freezing point of water, and

;ry ,:'Ii1'...-riotP of'that big elm." Now, lets circulate a subscription paper I find out the kind of advice he I quantity during the night. the freezing of the water in the bricks

] fry: ( :.did' as directed, while Nellie in the shop to-morrow, and get the old wants, and giv it to him; this satisfys is also the name of a plant burst a piece of some three or four i
had." him that he and I two az smart inches in area and about
f: 1 r.way to the back door of the man the best dinner he ever are square one-
1 .iasl,. A trembling knock brought "Agreed Capital !" cried Nettie men az there is living."-Jo h Billing I ancients put into wine to drive I half an inch thick at its thickest part 1 t ttit

W .>J ,.the servant girl. and Bessie in a breatb.r- *. away., when the wine itself of one face of the brick.

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-,$. and the principal farmers ATTORNEY-AT-LAt.
:' I: ; place,made a (MACKENZIE'S,) owners, orange groves and .plantations CIGARS. -. ".rjo-$;
short::vkit to.New Smyrna; this week, together with a CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, LaGrange, -
t Sketch AU Cities, Town and Villages, Wm. Scott.Titusville .
. leaving nere on, Monday:j and arriving Offers SpecialInducementsin of A.JL1
'here And how to reach them and other valuable LAMPS& FIXTURES, Fla. g*iaaal .'t
yesterday.MrO.W.Maeteniei i.
$ information. &
4' .ipGiding..a This important work will be issued justas WOODEN &. TINWARE. "').
:' short time his fine little place' 'on, :the all soon as the labor of collectingand ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. ?

; Banana'Birw if:Hack is quite delighted compiling the facts can be accom- Meal Corn Sanford : : :,
; fit plished. To the business commu- Mr.Scott is located atTltna :
, now :t11
with hk Banana Bim site.. Lines nity this will be the most valuable book 5@Real Estate Law 'a'
; ;: 8peciij y
; The Athletei play a friendly game of that has yet been published about

; base bafl;with the City Point' Baas Ball Florida. Price, $5.,to be sold by subscription. Hay, C. B. MACRCDER, 3"3Sf.

'Oab,'Ac Awkward,to-day. Apleaaant Of Goods ,

! time. 'ii'expected,, the. .yeather permitting. Rates for Advertising: Oats Etc.also AND NOTARY PUBLJ f

'j.JtIr'J.ILH- ,of ,Banana. Biver We bare some Bargains in 1 Page with book$50. }Page with book$30 Rockledge, J'1Q..LI.. "
-."',, was'in,town'last week and ti reports very I6r Agents wanted in every county, to agents for s. .I0 ES. :n loj
; '. dry weather at Canaveral' Ud;:"vicinity. SHOES, CLOTHING, whom liberal terms will be offerc< .- ML'VOR p
Jacob Reeds' Sons, ;':=;
fair bone ,
: He, started hit on: SaturdayaftemoOn. '
:, .. Ladies' And Misses' Hats, P. O. Box 1042. Jacksonville, Fla. CLOTHIERS, ATTORNEYATLAW.Titusville .- >!i-f-

We'learn that Captain Land expects lluntsvllle Female College. 1I'I-u."
CROCKERY and Samples to be seen at store.NOTIONS. 4'1
;, to have the Steamer Fox at Salt Lake in I HUXTSYILLE, ALABAMA. M. E. EACUSII. fal' t. '

a few days. -Jhe Astatula on her last GX.A.SSW.ARE. I Thirty-fourth session begins Sept. 5th, .

: trip could not>reach Salt Lake on account 1SS3. No college in the South has increased Notary Public Stale at Lath,
the last three DOIESTIC
so rapidly years. Prepared ""
of the low water. Fancy Goods, Buttons, Affidavits drawn and all boslneu
" to give instruction in all departmentsof attended to. .
to promptly 1.0-
me .
-Mr. 'Fred Losley of Indian Biver Female Education. A Christian home Gents' ClotMM & lonuflinE Gook Office at hIs resldeace? r'

Narrows was' in town'on Monday. He LACES, RIBBONS, &C., for pupils. For Catalogue with special in- March bt 44 t4 .. .
ducements, address Rev. A. B. JONES, Titusville F1oi'
,reports the Narrows on quite a boom. '1'''''
That can't be beat anywhere.COME. 17w4 President. J. M. Dixon COWIE.Physician. ,
Quite'a number of new comers having D

settled there lately. WESLEYAN FEMALE COLLEGE .411

-J. E.Thomas killed a rattlesnake on MACOX,GEORGIA, Dealer in and Sirftti. '

Fred Lesley's place at the Narrows on Will begin Forty-sixth Annual session, .. ,'t;

the eighteenth insL It had killed four of Sept. 19. A full faculty of experienced Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Titusville. _. "!;, ..,. .
teachers. Advanced of The
'; his hieb &. The snake measured six c. J. HECTOR, best advantages in Music course,Art,study.Literatureand Fancy and Toilet Articles. :I S F. GRAY. <:=.I.i:. -

feet in length and had fifteen rattles anda Science. Careful attention to all the Winery, Dye-sMs, Paints, Oils, II I e ,

button. Hardware and wants of pupils. BaTTrices moderate. Varnishes&brushes,&almost everything Watch Maker and Jew tar.
Apply for catalogue to 14 2m .
kept by a first-class Drug House. ALL WORK WA.1UU1fIKD.
We return our thanks to Mr. C. W.
Kev. W. C.BASS D. D. President.
I drug, medicine or in- '
Any Work orders left with P.J:.
or Wag r or at
,Harrison of Newark N. J. for
a propgramme needed customersand
strument by Post Office.TitudvilJe or with A.Brady at LaGrange
of the Eleventh Annual Regattaof General Produce A. L. HATCH, not on hand, will be ordered. will receive prompt atteaOoa. in Titusville every StonUay. ..
the National Association of Amateur DEALER INGROCERIES Prescriptions carefully compoundednight

Oarsmen, held at Newark, August 7th, or day with accuracy and dispatchby DR. B. R. WILSON.

8th,and 9th. MERCHANT, competent persons. Iy3GNEWSPAPER
Will continue the practice MeOJcfaw ta
-C.K.Carlin, of this place, offers the Melbourne. Florida. PROVISIONS
free use of his ast net lead moulds to November 180. ft 47 Titusville and vicinity,

anyone wishing to cast leads,'at his shop. Valuable PropertyFor DRY GOODS, Subscription Agency.The Office atJ. M. Dixon's Drug Store.

Parties that have trouble to get leads for Hardware and General hicrchaii ise. undersigned having opened a
their nets should avail themselves of this I A. ,

opportunity.* Hammock. Splendid new galvanized March 3. 4w 45 Will be pleased to receive subscriptions Visiting Dentist.

: This section was visited by a very Wire Fence around twelve Five
acres. CONTINENTALI Makes frequent trips to Indian River,.
heavy shower, on Tuesday afternoon, ac- to any
Hundred young and healthy Orange trees I Lake Worth, &c.
t companied with heavy thunder and light- Beautiful River Ointment. Periodical or Newspaper published.o .
I Forty bearing trees. P. O. Address, New Smyrna, Florida.
ning and strong winds,lasting for' about
Front. Six acres as fine cane and banana -
an hour during which time the rain*poured Cures Cracked Hoofs, Sprains, Scratches I Q II. NAUMAX.
; land as there is in the state. Adjoining: Save time, trouble and expense by applying .

down in torrents the land of the Hon. "NVm. H. Sharpe. and Sores in to CHAS. H. NAUMAN, Justice of the Peace and

.. Archie Scrimgeour started for New Here is a good opportunity for anyone Notary Public StateatLarge.Also .
Subscription Agent
York on Tuesday morning,' 'preparatory'to desiring to make a good investment, as Horses Cattle and Commissioner of Deeds for the State of
entering his studies for the fall term of the place must be sold. Titles perfect: Sheep. Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla. PENNSYLVANIA.

school.. ,Hit short' stay on ,Indian River Parties intending to purchase can make Ask your Storekeeper for it, or writer THE SLOOP "AGNES Office at the Haul-Over. *

apparently made him more robust. The enquiries of Dr. G. W. Holmes or Hon.. JOHNSON COCKSI11TT.

Athletes will miss him in their practice W. IL Sharpe. For terms and urthci direct to the manufacturers, commanded by T.

\, .. games as he was an excellent pitch. particulars address A. P. Perham Quit CAPTAIN JOHN MCLEAN, Notary Public, State-at-Large,
-Mr. Otto Yeas,' of Enterprise, and man Ga. or E. C. Perham City Point Fla AMERICAN LUBRICATING Makes regular trips on Indian River. and

Mr. Hodges, of Glencoe, near New Smyrna confer with Captain Peter Wright ol f t SHE CARRIES A FULL SUITLV OF Justice of the Peace.
the latter gentleman tax assessor for the fast sailing sloop "Mist" who will l Groceries Dry Goods Court day. first Saturday of each month.
the county of Volusia were in town last carry parties to see the property. LA FloriJa..
Cleveland, : : : Ohio.Laundry Canned Goods, -
Thursday, stopping at the Titus House.
Wesley Female College. ST. CLaIR.ABaaA3, It. L. SUX-VEKIJ,
Hats Boots and Shoes
The STAB office acknowledges the receiptof STANDARD State Attorney Comity Judge of

A call from them. We learn that Mr. -I.COSGIDRGL.- Ladies'Shoes In great variety; Prints all Seventh Judicial Circuit. Orani6CountJ',

VosS, while here, made all arrangementsto begin The September Forty-sixth 19th Annual 18S3.Session The most will Wax, new patterns at low prices. St Clair Abrams & Smieiiii.

take charge of the Titus House, com- elegant College buildings in the South, Ready-made ClotMi Toilet Articles ATTORNEYS( & COUNSELLORS AT LAW.
November furnished with all modern ,
mencing first. appliances
Preserves Linen beautiful fin ORLANDO FLA.
gives a XOTIOXS. ,
looking to the health, happiness and com-
We have Will careful attention to collections, .
completed all theneceaary arratgerents give
fort of its inmates. advantages For the cash onl
Unsurpassed ). and will practice in the several courts of tins
for forwarding hundreds of COJ/ie& in Literature ic and Art at ish, prevents the iron from sticking: ,saves March 15,46 6w.PIONEER. District,ami in the Supreme Court at Tallahadsco -

of Me Florida Star} each tDedrO'I1I now moderate rates. Apply for catalogue to and U. S- court at Jacksonville. .

until the dote of the exposition at Louisville, Rev. W. C. BASS, I n llcut, or Rev. C. labur. -o- COOPERAGE.Syrup LA GRANGE STORE ,.
to Mr. Brinley, for gratuitous dlstnbulvm. Barrels $2.25.
Always on hand a general assortment
To aid this undertaking to advertise our FEMALE COL-
Gauged to order, ten cents extra. GOODS.
desire liberal each LEGE.
country we correspondence
Ask Storekeeper for it. Made by
week,from our friends up and down tau river, 1SS3. LAGRANGE, GA. 184G. Honey Barrels, and Oval Water -STRICTLY CASH.- '

and from all parts of the country, descriptiveof Reopens Sept. 12, 1883:with full facul- STANDARD OIL CO., BreakersFrom E. L. Brady. \-:;
ty. Thorough instruction in English,Latin -
their localities
and the attractions
of our
Greek French German Music and January 1st 18S3 1 yt 36 .
: }.00 .
section the State. We
have Up.
of started the ball Art is bestowed Cleveland, : : Ohio. -
guaranteed. Special care
rolling, and 1De wish you to letp it go lfJ. upon young pupils in Preparatory department August. ]j 6iu Tanksand : Florida!AJCaniifac ture.

-Our postmaster, Mr. J. E. Gruber, College-home, fitting them aiiurds for comfort college and cla&es.The FOR INDIANRIVER. all kinds ol Coot'Eii WORK to order. AMAZON PAINT WORKS.

has received the new postal notes. Theyare rarellt-
al oversight The buildings are 0 T. JO11XSO.V '
HART & SMITH'SHockledge 11'. J. BER..YE & co.
like bank ,
shaped a note, printed iu masonry; grounds are ample and beauti- .
blank form, spaces being left for the ful.Situation is high and noted for health- ILine. LaGrange, : : Florida. manufacturers of the

names of the Post offices from which theyare fulness. Annual charges for board,&c,and

sent and'at. which they are paid. On tuition$206, inuMc and u e of piano $G0. The Steamer, "ASTATULA," LUMBER AMAZON READY-MIIED PAINTS '\i
Address JOHN W. HEIDT, President. ,
the right hand side of each of the notes Will leave SanfordVnd Enterprise ev Will be furnished to order on short uotice

are three columns of figures, one for dol- NOTICE. ery Tuesday for Kockledge, and willlea.c at 818.00 per thousand. in all shades and ready for ..::1.,

lars, containing the figures from one to Laud Office, Gainesville, Fla.\ Sanford and, Enterprise for Salt I Im mediate Use.: '.
Aug 10, 1SS3.: / Lake and Titusville LUMBER SHINGLESAlways ;
the every Friday.RETURNING ,
four inclusive; second for the dimes NOTICE is hereby riven that the fol. Specially A
aptel For This Climate ,
,from one to nought inclusive and another lowing-named settler has filed notice of on hand. ,
for cents the .his Intention to make final proof iu sup- and grinders ofPure ,
arranged same as the dime Will leave Lake Poinsett every Wednesday C. MAGRUDER & CO.
port of his claim, and that sold proof will
column. The figures indicating the be made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk cir at 4 p. m., and Salt Lake everySaturday S. White Lead,

amount of the note are punched. For example cuit court at Titusville Fla., on Thursday at 9 a. m. for Sanford. RYDER. ,

if a' note for three dollars and November 1st 1SS3 viz: Gervate Prompt close connections made with BOCKLEDGE, & Colors In Oil. -

t thirty-five cents is wanted, the figures the Schlater lot 1,of section Micanopy 7 and Fb.lIl1.lots 1 and 11794 2 sec-for daily line steamers for Jacksonville and, Has just received and continues to keep Office and Factory," ...',a,"

three in the dollars column, three in the tion 8, Township 26 S, Range. 37 E. all points North. in stock a full and complete stock of Gro- No. 26 Ocean street, .-,

dimes column,and five in the cents col- lie names the following witnesses to Capt. Joe Smith, ceries, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps in
prove his continuous residence upon and 3 tf great variety and General Merchandiseof JACKSONVILLE, FLORID.f
umn are punched out. The notes may be cultivation of said laud, tiz: William Manager.W. '
every description. Ask for & Send for color card and price list
bought of any value from one cent to Mathison,F. S. Risley. Rufus R. Stewart whateveryou .
and Joseph Dixon of"Rockledge. Fla. B. MOORE way want. One price to all. Canned .
four dollars and ninety-nine cents. A AGENTS Wanted Sofktof
I I.. A. AR.'iES. Register, Goods of every description a specialty.LUMBER chancier .Books & Bibles ;
charge of three cents will be made for the 16 5w U. S. Laud Office. General Commission Merchant, luw w ia_price u..M-se.telba": task.::_iI(''aabftllc.v.rwhere;Uk r.I."tarn(....*...
issuing of the note. The great advantage !

by the postal notes over .YOTICE AND DEALER IX >
'possessed FOR SALE !
Will be
furnished to order on short :
On 1st 1SS31 will noticeat .
orders is that the former are transferable September
money A desirable and lot in f.
sell at public outcry before the Court Groceries and 818.00 per thosand. Dressed cottage,
and it is not necessary Tor those lum- Titusville, also Blacksmith wheel wrightand
House door in the town of Titusville four ,
who receive. .them, to go personally for ber from 820.00 to 824.00 per thousand general repairing shop at TitulYiUe.
fish rods walking levied
one _cane, goods
payment., LUMBER & Enquire I'RITCHARD &3Iay. 21 tf
...... on as property of J. )l. Stellenwerf to sat- FRmlySupplies. SHINGLES

Eyes brighten, cheeks become rosy, isfy a claim for rent in favor of Mary E. always on hand. r
Titus. M. E.ENGLISH, Constable. NA VAL"rawtW.w1.d :BATTLE .
muscles jgain strength by the. use of Titaaville, : : Florida, i cxar.l
Bro Tu's'. Iron Bitters. Titusville, August 23,1SS3. November 10th 13$0. U 47 P. M. FISHER. wt rw. 1;,kedlul Dtrecta!H'-Y"SHIPI'IIt JC ItfCAI,1.:.S.Sea N.fights Ad<.......
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