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:
September 20, 1883


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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


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l-"i Hn Oby of Atlanta win a toW of atwnasc easy tey psrtioent gaadsiy and wind Mr Editor your advice,' "Let ua No geamtet for a new-eeevtnvtfeo'.can

,a='fJfJ. '>wsov.oeeR '''''' B r ish0. faa Yea ca.- and cap with a sort. d a pYa roc seller. .As I think DeaMwacy, std talk Democracy be given except by the people; and from
I &taielarWiw Yart. Th latter"': haw beret far sad gel ready to act Deaxtoraey," ia vary the it.Ita ,
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1 "' GII ,'which ...n.a..a.. .' the stssaa- of.tie Lacislaisare: far the past you wrote the etUothl, aBoded to to the. old enawHteaosi. Tbne'! 'ha*

i" ;.':Bb eleven ea toidnodet.tb sidle north of eased Gainijst er taken in tow. lie Qty' 'of Atlanta sfz ,we IIIaUI iX--to" ender rams Following your advice I am writing'this w-Iti tags and in 18M Dyke'

L l mss.': ,. .... laft" Cterkatoa Batarday:, aadSonday of ita points.. Thfe I do-more cheerfnlly reply. Bat with aUyoar, Inning JUII ad B3Ho wffl be sid*by sMefcr a:convention .

i. f', ,j ifci. .aynnnnterad-a heavy pie: from the M it caMM bom.editor for whoa*hara have not taken ,th'trooble to look far thee0ilear''ot that awtion
;f.tF .. : ": riDe Oasrdewaathe0aulalouq i,.,.IM'-.wItJc1a to a hniTianea lag I have much respect aa well M from enough into :it to see what aH: "thfc indadina'thi'Govtnor sire kk Cabinet;
J r' L with fibsadf.114 lCpodq :: : mean," and where "all thia" from. ,' .
: y eTedq. ne steser lest a Iife4oegdemocrat sal btttere yoato comes if wanted. wffl' take 'the*a.p for it
'i-'r-'":--.a.'I.">_. .,' u..1II1IJ :ii1 in Walter party thresh over be. You say,'"Already do .we begin to Parties Governors and their Gablneta, Thklsno-tvasiveaatwrnr," the':writer 1

;lZWj:r ,.. ''.I.feet of water had entered the akip hearltwhkpefedaatoogltfclonf'D a>>- LafUatorea People,and even Editoniwhflatheyiboaldb. knows whereof he: peak& Yards will

f.'L"- BocsosW, dailens dmhriBfout; theirs. She driftedfr4p.m.JfoodayimtfllOa. aria that they are ..*than. .half i.- ayiri mistakes not "MahoikV H,' the CAdHton of_her

1' JiIllIl'n.idafmc law,'and '> m. Tuerfay, cIiDe4 to titatY eha
it rloiaTOrtheeoacbmmt... fm no-. whan she WM taken in tow by UBridlhWeaadtnecloll will be destaWe 'What not be dtnomftd or dtacsedd'WIthotttthoroogh a interest connafffcfd 'whh"hef properity

(.:;': J..._:: .' .., Fryiag-Ptt Shoal, kind of a change ia here meant? Borer/ understanding of both act and makes it ii laJoa :taD out with' the

t t.-.I: r fMfr ..-II aders who cm Mon and thenceto SmithviOe by the Bevenue sot 1IICh.. ..Y world. gto the State motive. .Thawthmgido sound straage GoY nlor...aD bid Qabiait If'you' will .
relict Colfas The steamer. has been 'again into the hands of the Bapnblicaas m DemOCntie ears and atrangeratillfrom' with'the... ..sad iii lbets bii,'

1tt-a'l-... : : : the eoant. for paIII.- oat,.and. wffl proceed" her desaa !or, fosioniata which fa'the same thing ,Ifa Democratic lips. You have the cart' before donc4goback yorbiaatna"I;Vy falling
:; &' ttatlos Y soon the necessary repain of the mule, Mr. Editor you are whipping out with the : The- '
me _. d tit.amomkr15e change publie serranBi only ia aUt party. : party- Is 'jurt .
:" "visors Orange : iii'... .'. .such a change would be in keeping with the wrosf sad of the aabsaltemake what the people aMbk., B 1iatOoTIemot = -: .
eiyi an Qty .
carpeiH a. it ahead. ,'
go Democracy toUke
[.MBflyattd.&M1OOf of 4.building ....... Omiea>> leeds. the nsmge and spirit of oar party and wffl other animal its heals any -, next LefUature. the MW Con-

:\'l 'i< head to be 1D'TtJJa. '
; _and euapsd DIDJ.u.a:, & $L. m itt.'htJf dllljA.; ."aorebead." These men with an honor-: you lot in the hand*of tie people., .If there
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ID its
}'. .IAs TB? Tht frpudu Onion Seed hie exception haft heeD Walongaratsaada Demo : feet, ita mnderpuingia are laacWrii, leadiBf''saea to vote I abid
'JC. ialagiiatopd-tieasanga: taw.sotokwvtk I all right the hold tile
peopk baiter the '
lid you are red fresh wrem lDeo. Troethey or weak aaa for Governor st ta'a""l ,
; they are and I Ime
4I: to the strand rain fcs pomWe nine and the
open whip. The peopkt 1 lead erild' '
audit "
M the head of airs adml"Latedua fegidaistloot ire'-hfiq ai' :-
'r l" -* .U'T many grower *in the Jnto* have iaaport sold them them in jour direct State ooxselves for tha, and last the laws which the people have made, i drive and pry the lash. They ,mabunmake and home;'"1111'18"amatiy -'tiUnks
,. rod the
dir. + aoale'insect
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JlYe1eaD with perfect satisfaction: hot are small enough to be within the aayoa say. ThereifaDanoara- Igiag hb wins brow panooal 'ambition .
ifWlUri m 7*.: .. \ the cotton tic pan of the State whose potency and and .
yt 1b\1m1t'P Boar 1a. party limits and win work for... fteCN ; paned tetineli.1 : IIe..
i f."J very short-aboutni fourth of a TbeEditoraoftheFlaidaDispdch of the party ticket It would not be safe wisdom ia istheooanoeii of the bdlol. nothing for Stab sporty,'and after.its ;

;'" ..;--l. rode'an tiM'east lfde of the Chi it :-"As we have received comments to except the office holden ;along with box from which the fnrioniata of 1884, :if busy career in the pdmaries,if ansacce.. _

.I; ,-. .'ahir..,-.about ODI hird old the west correspondence in regard to the genabie-aome office seekers, because they may not all your prediction be true, ,will learn lea- fnl he may nun on ft Melon ticket or any; "f
.... s iii:.4. son they will never forget.qumJaarefamiJyqaamJl. .
',, > HB of the Bermuda seed now offered for belong together and then some of the Democratic where else toapiM..the party or aoeceed. .

'; "OlaoYtYrogreaahY} been pre sale bJ&! L.'lIbbittl, through the coVumna ant and file" life linage may be looking Theplanofactianthatlkydewakthatmdemocrat
J :irliil wMi a hat Boac onion which: of the Florida Dispatch,. we 'take forward for promotion. You continue: a few Sunday visits,make it all right All + *,(the word isfood eaoofbandbig

Maiaiii'18:17Iocbes.' By all nleaas pleasure in publishing the above letter, "The,say themaelvea that the cnte we want is to come together andThe understand enough without variationaoraxtraa).shall

4"'*it to Oscar Turner ;.Ii 'might nuke which speaks for itself, at it is from .one leaders of the opposition .will doubtless each other. insist upon having an untejaperadunh.. of the moat reliable aeedsmen in Americaand openly avow themselves in favor of the few servants of the people at Tallahassee 4aeaced ballot ad that.. tam tie cold

:i'Jj:)ii.lInald new constitution which the called the the administration and. shoulder to any man and who
;; say: the lilt load a gentleman well known to the publiahen. Democratic ions and every man
: ,dfistheeiit tIda ace sent by the St ." party has been promising' the people of ready their wID 10 far Y ia very anxioua have ua vote for him

.' '.)<,Mi."lab I iirailroad, :was tok ...1. the State ever since the Gainesville convention they have made it known and have given or JaIl man., An we alavea to be led .or
Beoa 4ii Onion ..... them the power, w art the party. TheLegislature free democrats
1 : inathesaw: mffla yesterday, ,and and yet have been studiously vote ae m psatae? The
r <
Hare arrived in New York Will be throwing cold water M& "puerile it may be,rendered more persistent and sweet sv ia
5 ,n *.*! of three carloads otsUnglei ran, on the m- man .to
ready for delivering in few so by the bit and rein held the
a days. by peopleat have
: ;|id...... A'pretty good beginning. are they have pretended. to advocate so us TOte for brewer Jail friend the
: Price, $4 per pound; 25 per cent discount home, pointing their representativesto greater U.-of1QW.h' '
strongly. Already these Let the
; ,.J:Hgls Sid Les Johnson among '
zee their
wishes and
to dealers.I them
driving to
r Democrats do hear conflict people have their chafe without seder
<* we grumblings about
cad I.wer 1adJe8'from
; drowning at St Am instructed to say there will be no often without the power of compromise mflneaee. Let the
---I'M&; bath- "puerile legislation! as they term it, for people makeup
weaL in
:': They. were. sales on commission.Gash the last- ur yean. These whisperings do is roc the party. The County representative ticket without havmf it eat and"dried
: *il*** got beyond their depth, and orders promptly filled not ,sound well In at the State Legislature dare for them. BeIpeeUaDJWx. \ '

: -:J Laa,trio II only; twelve yean old, palledaioet'oa Address Lock Box Kb. 844, Sanford, and we are looking our around Democratic to see whatall ears ,i not fail to accomplish.what the convention .,H. SHAiPET1,

: : ,at a time, on the .edge Florida.It this instructed him to do, or cart a ballot e..1 \
means. Suppose that the fusion \
;;". .Gl"t J. WOITORD. err i. party alluded to should steal a counterfeit contrary to the wishes of a majority of It ia.ldom that yon will fed unweH or

)!: +, ".Osarwater\:Harbor last week' the Every paper in the Slate copy once of our Constitutional. plank and his constituents, knowing that the people suffer from indigestion if you ,use Bnjrwn'a .

i ;Jfcef Bev.CL 8.Reynolds, at 1 o'clock, and forward account. J.. W. T. should into it Think will relentlessly rein him oat ,and someone Iroa Bitters: .-
5 :'j$:H atari,her.chickens' ( ..... grow power upon else in, at the next election. This ia How .1. I.
thenun Florida !. ConpeUUom Witk Caka.HAVAKAH you, Mr. Editor, they would &lve'OD the JUverpool Cerresfevdeat. Tiews
ir -.nrloMe.: 8be went out into Constitution ask for the golden feature of our system, bat oat the rtoriia Ikip CaaeJ.The .
:: or the that
Cuba 27. you one
: .fo thtiUckea and her of it with our Constitution
hand unfitting
l. patting
coop Editor New York Maritime Bcglxter: the party at Gainesville promised?What following paragraph eoncemtog
: ,,i n\.ftI; bittenby moccasin snake, Sot:-I noticed the article,"Florida In sort of a fundamental would such a grows much of our family quarrel.' proposed Florida Ship Canal, now shortly .
rot th ededs of which abe died. Laws are required to be uniform in their to be constructed ia taken
Competition with Cuba" in your 15th of mongrel let'of delegates offer for ratification from the.'Liverpool -
&Ctatta atlYtyrev calls on Hons.WWai August Issue The people of Florida need f' We have one too many of theIrm"Hl1g operation and bearing all over the unlike special correspondence of the New

OlD and B.. B. H. Davidson, fear nothing from Cuba. Notwithstanding already. If you should go out- counties of the State. The Go1'8lDormDlt York Karf&ime'R.wJ-ter, the most valuable

..; ':to do aataple' act of justice, to a people that fruits and vegetables can'be side of the party to get it, would you be8&tisfied appoint State and County officials and after maritime newspaper published in

.'' :*h fm them their hearty support, by grown cheaply this island and tbemar- with it? Would it be a panacea each campaign there appears to have America:

:, :hniag :a Aerial investigation made by eta of the United States being supplied for all the ills you justly complain of? been far more good workers and good Those who have invested money in raIl-

;l'. ,1M:fomnment, ,into the local mail at all times,yet the great expenses attend You ask further: "What steps are being promises it may be than there are good way securities, if they .are in 'anyway

'.. : tawUai., on the. Manatee river. ing collecting produce and shipping from taken to quiet these murmurs? What offices to pay them with, and men are given to Der1'Oa me.,;must at the present .; ,

;:lfr"C: &Dnboh" late of Boston, who the several seaports will always prevent guarantees are the Democratic party giving fint their disappointed, then mad, and run time be inclined to' "quake in their
V stet ii+ron anything like competition. Moreover the the that tongues against the administration shoes," for we cannot takVupanewipaper
: pat out a vineyard of ten acresthtdborei people, they can bet on, in and
.m of Lake Hall, intends to de- want of encouragement from the Government regard to a Democratic Fundamental perhaps, if they have money, brains without seeing the particulars of new canal -

:: :TQM Jody acres more to grape coltore. for such enterprise will continue to Law? Will the people have to go outside and resentment enough they run a news schemes, all of which are eventually

. "'Bt'.hat had extensive experience in be, as heretofore, the barrier encounteredby of Democracy in order, to secure Democratic paper. Who and where are the party to benefit the public and rain ID&Dyofthe '

i !PPfrowing' and wine making in.France. those who have made the experiment Constitution f"Let leaden. Not at Tallahassee. Everyman. existing railway companies. "We are .

i ,H.vineyard here will contain a number I have seen the finest potatoes, beets, tor- the rank and file, the life-long who receives and deposits a ballot baa the,I promised very soon canala all over Eng.. 1. :?

: .Qfcaaiee varieties, which he will manu nips, carrots and onions in our markets Democrats., such from inborn principles, power to lead and if he allows hisses J to land and every nobleman or gentleman '

[,g f 'febaiinto wine in the months of January, February and i we do not mean the present office-holders be led for a wrong person or purpose he who happens to own a quantity of wasteland
i March in abundance it would office-seekers arise should hide his head in shame and blame which is not bringing in anything'
I'{B>e TiHiTinssco I great yet or to the necessities of
Eamomut show how
t > not leave any profit to ship them to New the time and occasion. We must begin no one but himself. No man can lead the in the shape of rent; finds quite suddenly
f tyrthe
do their work
,. :*ta rune caterpillars York, even at the good prices ruling in :to talk. We require in this State, a certain Democracy of the State unless he could that a canal is badly needed between two
they gotten a good grip, dictate to the who
people they should towns and it
,. TCjsada that those months for fresh new vegetables. amount of talk before we are readyto ; invariably happens that his
". fields of cotton which on Expenses for packages, freight and shipping act Let us think Democracy, talk send aa county delegates to the State conventions land lies between the places under notice.I .
Moaday the
' day of August showed
and to the State
_. V msigria'of charges prevent any margin forprofit Democracy and get a good ready to act Legislatures have read with great interest the par
their presence, one week biter Democracy real Democracy. We want The dan yon allude to threaten to jerkthe : ticulars of the proposed Florida Ship Canal -
X dosed sot perfect i leaf. It used to be bit and the rein and if
pull they can- and feel
iIar Cuba has everything to fear from Flor none of the white-washed sort in sure that when completed,if
f *th'dry"weitber" retarded their building of the ra"not drive to their liking, throw up and :properly worked, it will be a .
f ida if the projected improvements, no, none carpet-bagger style either. great sncceee.m
,bat not so in hiterjrean.I join other chariot This
some not De

'of railroads and reclaiming of swamplands Simon pure*and none other, is our sort :Toy nothing of the difficulty and risk
:'Ib d OsraJd: Dr. B.; Bosso, who etc., are carried out The through "Why does the party now in power ocracy. Simon pure if it means anything in navigating up to and out of New Orleans -
r JW Hooday afternoon of yellow fever at.eee.oola .embraces party loyalty and party fealty. the canal should
railroad may facilitate passenger traffic, cling so tenaciously to that Carpet gger : prove of great value -
::. Navy Yard, was undoubt- but the great expense, hotel fare, pass- Constitution which they so strenuously Life-long means to life's end and no man as it would save a distance between
I11J'.JJctmat faith in his own reme- has a right to threaten to step outside of New Orleans and of 412 mile
' porta,boat hire, etc., met with here will denounced in 76. These are unpleasant Liverpool
'?"'-Bat a little more than ten days the party until he has done all in his '
ago prevent any one from visiting Cuba the questions to answer after eight years of Considering the canal is to be 137} miles
; Mile I.tiJ* k8onville and went to the power, both by precept and example to and .
second time.Havana power, yet they are being put and will long to be wide enough to allow two .
; brill a&dcbn u. a. Reservation with all I make it what it should be. full-sized steamers to the estimateof
la only ninety miles from Key have to be answered. The people who pass,
t. iP aooe ihat' he could and would be West, and should be visited by thousandsin have placed the powers that be in Neither the party nor the Legislatures say:9,000,000() deems to me very ,reas "' '
t 4f !;io.te the lives of the people there. the winter months. People could demanding the answer,and what shall nor defeat the of Governor the Constitutional is responsible for the onable. No doubt many of the firms in

w'4;; tet racking Warrington he sent for come here, travel through the Wand, visit we tell them? The people make and unmake if there had been leas Convention, this country who are interested in the

i.W:, bsnelsofhismedicine and freely the plantations and places of interest, and ourpeople are a reading and the would people and more cotton and grain trades will support the ,
party case have been made
l.rtft. .y ODe who applied for it The the finest winter climate in the thinking people. will scheme.
enjoying They not be t
paoff ideas demands and
: interests .. .
bmmercia1 of Saturday pair world, u to do so did not require a lar- with an evasive
:4 liiei a cud signed by all the residenta ger sum than is needed for a six months' has been answer. Again, Florida local representatives in short the peopledefeated Strength and health go together Obtain -

the Buaervation, speaking of him in stay in Europe, including. the passage Ito a President maker and may it_ Th6;Legislature submitted this happy physical state by using a
.. & termer and from. J. B. be again in 84. Will she Mahone it then? it to the people in 1880 and every Demo}bottle of. Brown's Iron Bitters.
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fllI. --" <';' -- my +"I Yhiir can aee ber again again bending over me Zaylpl t tiioThtn'the had. Judge Berry, \' \

f: '''-- .. g 'DOwtul1" tt IM
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7 m{ pe. reprme with g down gage is not
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._ .d rk) b7 DnD / the condition?
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: ;1iWJAf1Qtronl
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h. 'd ""fJah ,5 tA l 4 lI OWl 511cJ111iot I Io1t fir p, ijleblti9;tputde' ;:: tp e .. ti psT

r ,- tklil+ileuelttfiit 6'-lterlr4.jleitss rf}I Itod.hatltf: ,''B5o0a 'itd a\ a 1 ,.m' 2.i Jga'l ,tjlUJI1.'lo "tH') '
.4 .AI -"'... t et' t 'it Wathe
1U ;1'tLedi ; re busy =ana t'torq 1 di' lion is : mo'fidot
o IeDle, J sweet tip&are '
If 1. '!1!!=; u/r ti' I yti E rt JM .hlJ'\JI\ Mmr8rwblHa b1 4p :L f't.j' ,r.:?' : '".y-TM I
ma.U 1iftn atd&LiBetGtletoetiintetmisspbfe(1 'f R ttf lL 'r .RS 1o f4 9tbthrlliiiig iftr1Jdfatt
l1l ;

: ,. 1iiQ' fi i\1i "P1.... :A1'JCuroJI ATOl ;] .t the fo'ti of't
l :,,: !t.Iurw :r )itJIkS1FTP4ZimpMjaq r Lrie*-backTfiroDJ the'borders *l fleithcarastojiur
{ ai.. l .r, f a.pS.imtiaCilD .
2/tt d 1\t decisive importance Thetihir'may
: '1' l" :L .:11' qoorf7ttl'1 tl'f<< atotUJIClofided"JifM .lov' theub6ttt tt eLkhat
i iTtleeydgaaQitlaiidlreltavlife
for a solitary walk. at'taro..b the t. "* """
1fI'crfJJJii d 4L' woa hea4l! at:;o aOGr.'\....' III il..fdr exeI ore'i iut,.6Int xho. % !* : -
i' 'o4l9iUot VM a ta! uffiss ( /. t e&lY fr 'aaV''sfi tta c '&iedl't6
OK) a mr JA U1 li
r' tiw:1'bia ..tiLl.....n ii&'l J J' ..uto 1lyq ec' i _D tiittedCtt a'ltesbhe' : t dbo 1ii; (l'iJf; eb' :n'h 't:>' I...u..... or\litl1wasi DorisuWlo'lefti.;; tl' snd tigation,a properconsifuLihtentcariifouad
It1Ji1' &'mel) 1 wtfo kiwie !
-'It 5f
b.t.Utt1'MifatiKdi 8W."Jq ; j.atb fpsaecta y..1; N (Leon :an ft: ..i i UtO,. were far away frgm tie ;
I '
ill :! !cj.AndCouUnt beput4e s 1b1 'itb dCHNg't' tttatt j ,
M mss Ihi tbla et u :b!Yttrcl 9d: V1ilJlg1.upiDItM.Veds: thVfitlf IooD' cf th4aleol; =le 8 i.tvii stand. f(2)( ) sJltoz
i ll l1in. eJier-after ttiatyil&yeif tnhfr?i ifril. I eNIii ire
t ,'alp>& agaraama si i6.Ekg UDdi 'oi'' 0 1U'nlOfJr I: a
$wseRe iiloors wo1MJ.t the j. Ileecysklani,aad tbutrOg'leClea't froih1 l 1e'b.r&fo i j; U'l..1{ !. Slti' eiy. dui l.TifU( t f-t!) .!:Ri1M.iI avrludi'+ftr,1a mortgage) :proof wii 1'
', :..:n qoot. ? .=rL rktt t ftu1YtU: 1: oot LCA 001tr1 inert uw iailiN ,9Ctit; J "-"" m
.trMJfo1ft. : s,dm 'If :lIQN 6, h adofblbelta_ fealt h ._ ef_ alatJzIfiab_! *tag* the.B \rest. ., I oJ .JtBese'1t! ei J:?,, I$Jog mR.I1 gge s Rastta ", ...
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:1W' A6,_, m.lyll '; 'arj.aaomwaxTaTlPJghrHUlnglMHInftW: ; a.rfelc: + Fr(5n an mnerju (; cio'k ; k '
'PlttM fJr. lf W1UI 'AJ pen Utt :iii!IIMI linn UltCItngl', mrmL }I 'f$ : ti'.1 pocg JJ'\-l 1tS1..", I .tbprr..if'! 1'fii'ffi
!@ tS!. "I if'llbI' n ndQ/anftoiat aloo&N ti oJci d5tjcol j! L un'ySfSVf'itoreBl1ou l 'r 8ie1tlVtt 11 Alfi.Li &lr hiJt;' mortgage was the. first execge.i.

; i'! 1IIY ItMIJ affNe J .tt .{u,Standing'agilnjt{ IJV/"trhite! 'rail1ingv'with'her ?Dlainlv- t* llfit et. I U/-*<-+-1 UJ"&U C'-i r>*r.1: iW ._ .,rI mim O: O'dS' 1"'fa1 f1 ilafJ thereiorer! oi;rE2 VOlt 37 HoJ I WJ i*:hocrb'rir"-9.s. JIJ .f 1... ''eP:/ J; J*
19Bz9E WQfotnudlo'mr : BGLI'QNGTRAbt.s.aHA
lih' { Lelbowrestbig olirt&nppeibar nom ; \;Oy'tyhO1P3j31. ,
Itwas; the.lovely face ofPs haf
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: ; mlt ;Y
1 'w UroD'J. looktn thoughtfully out'in& \ -t'j ]a alsa J nr nt OlluWa9"Ln1stafetat i : .
Atf IJ !U t i ivl ,ttelaue-.JJoria.Harperf th chUdrenBIgoverneai. J. \t il f!, .J>!f 1 giant t it to bilp god: t ped from a train when'it .

MJII l f b1Akdieitwat, ."'" {uge1t v'jtl''jti.xi: .,i l3d: I p'er.WJ4.. :! J'"afB: !, W.ift ?tJ ,L nthetil: ta1itt e's:. atatagp1(1.R hy
A nA >f .
MJ.8R1e. ;
P.iI AJ1A?lfd "
f.MI.\ie _VJ.1U..1'd s 'isrsg ofe th' (4aw
I : theLbeg1im1ni'.otm1'.w( .1we 'tJle P.Pm '
"al1Dm Ihave txrt t : ".,1411lh ...j 1h: 1'\liJI\1"jrJ", I Ii '45'oi'6r': th n1.! 'U'Xl'id F! JeI\jC1l of
B eitMe: grown great friend/ (ltnricri: ; e pt h : Jtd" S' g. yl idTt 1>iili 4iM
memgry U J!ar4.n Ong! .il}
tI a .rM.1W&,. ,;.,-fih&pozzies arfdrd ah s' b'e ..atiJthe'I }+arti : sli J' J 'farlnllltie" iitlicrin "'tf.iiiff company for damages and rem t

!At. .iher..1 a u 'tfme1l6; fonng-girtwith'such: J" 'qj>J1 pm.tthW .::\! P "tih tlt b'f'': '!t (aeYiV Ffal'f ). ( e '
w.rY .mh\: :
!. zPJlMJ ( I idstxous/meditative' e-.i.dIrt, 'soft're : J1 1IA ntif OIri lfd'!' id 8 .. Lt

:'" M!(. opmi tac ,.I + and indop deiit mQ'PDerJ..l'3Ae j" ,,11JJ.J .mfn4.J .....,.q,.1098 IeS tho ,1p,4ddqrui ve. Pnthe v.!taB 5IJiJ\: i mi\". .: -i 'vvad'oij&m b 'l1 a YOor... ash'" ktia''ii') .' S .
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'W&Jkiher'.aibJ.I: () Wl n.i(1 and'oh0 "r late vian- tDes'ipr e> e un ...
; cse Ua --w. l1J.t! :'r
tinItFH fJT 4r She"! nod 'RracIously,ind!gods back .l? !J1. tLf1) If..Cle.. Y! of Louisiana, thatJth sefactgVeW, \! 'n6lj ages. O n'an apP al OI WIIII: .'.

<,.., Ja .ar as aoqo mflh" ,,1a.jl1JVt :to ifer.lonner position. ,1niaE m1i'! iafiasHarpet 1J Ji1L. -u t.-"J eafiicientfojustiiiYaconivldi0ss Butth 'veetbh;owstoof tid Sad'' ; L

!. .DJRO*. A'tklWJJ.JJMI '. ; re'yodjunha py. ''' :ll i StandlrtgWeretl\ .ailenQettiegrandtbl@e 1 t ,} 1fld .J oulwJmnt, and ,'ro adCoihpany Ws'l 1fthUlo"" ..'

; T"> ,* !1eM, .askabrpptlyj *' ,.A. aJ i el ;'J'{ /-1d .cglugt9' ti$1Te aJ1Dd' thro\g1r-lyagt\i 1 ,sa1d't' ptlenlfAGSr tobri 1Y UJr JJqlq1titJld"t.. firmed .
: r'j\\
.. ID1J lpl1s i/SX6U.eni'fihi an w aut"fig h :.f $.tu.If } AlJ gewatt lbPtWvt .,
i ut+ISFgdcan'o''a:11i: i JM! floAjerf ariTuv bVdoofeefl stillness Ir:In i iha"l'n J.T3 1fgghM4 Y 91X19&f l4 .tc y, 111O{,Mt. deuP .'Y9Ltbe4aconnecMj : 't ri8 ]1 P grit fI&

.., .. k4 MI.ejej:fox : :#ioug1r.:aolhetiq ee=ott7; I Litit c49'etytlat Witb1 \.iTher.em !freal.a rtrairl fl\'lmctioa.uII lf.1aeilceia
..., .... : 4enopghlhgt
p riat
-J.. fI. ,' 'o7"' tspokv4pderestJovrs.Jache M
-aJ"a. of 1f rid ii'Eut so' imtbft : : pxecludq! :regovllt
c.! lonely >>9trt:.ot4ifeIntortrhick .t*support: tan. <3Uctinent Eiyi,
: best
t >ezno.iICR 4IaItMIJ<'rWWiVglJ : ; itxhas f pleasedHe4v' nto, fu.t" ftelings pf my.nature for o>;taiuip JfgQOJ.s. bj./aJm rpTelenaa i .everl tw..eircu1nst.aDoe&\l-Tb W1ulti
.are,l'w. $eJlrA:ev nfr), h4nkof.htr
4'i"' > t.fL.hitc callrineV as t&"dear' :old1' catechism, rxq .. cQtIZ1 u,tbereon." aleonsidel Jl q ,!.

( Q4RfCWD'rllht II Bays."! l& 'Jimi.,s5 MJ j, .:1.! x,...1' !',1 ;'J,jQYft her jy are. Jthe,{wordsfo bidll ai'jMito{d' '.1)p r,.!;SURFACX SUP j lWl'W .@ 8'fl 1thA ,_
.riR ,
: YWI12sa .o1A }lJq1l&f rt WI fat! ,1DJ' :iflo ;!f 1'( In t tlle
-am peacewith>the'"worW -to? '' 'POR ...z"iAcHlmmy ETPur ( ,;.lu jt-l ptt IIN'
: YbiJ!!J ling eyen.JUthe I will I 1
:1 o; v> oil t 3 o t1 d7 *I1lf'f'Jf.i3 night," I uncontrolled I _Y..ltrr4.t9 p. '
'V1a : ]t ; : say, joy ribbing J.t\-p.h > fQreveIrl'Ne ,. .. chasen ol the f ftlfa06; land,-fro f ? m ?r '&.'
;'eTh94i: '(UIP1, : BI(1( 1MqEt4i>tc M my.; ;( : -oa '(;t r'fmefor' I j aanie-gVantor. kbo .hadasold anil- comparative negligence. Atraina t
: + .
n:4P.4J.h8.W d con-|
$ J ;; 1. I be barely in motion
"OCJAI :t." mOrro1r.1'1= !hu tri r 1l.LA xI a : Ito
veyed'th&'minerals :
isles ,. ', .. thereunder ugh t AJ .t -" i7r 1
Il! ,i JJ L Jt/:4i w. Jf Ju.;:9 -"She is.veryijdear: to you;:this rBboda ; hodJeels nyn.that *t 1hotlndto Ih I j' :in'action,to ejedltbd bni"e-ovtneriro m:! .tnat.i : gejting \off!.. waul" d.I t t Iii;"

.r.:tllfMtn..I'AP..uJIQIDA..h." pm.l$aU-_ of yours," she asks. .v :'lJj ibr j Jjn*:* 'DJ Jt! !'71. 18P.39nase? shejslill tl>sitwere.made'inpuryotu the c gb19MIAg4F.. a pgcW J YJJpm.f .: .
-* 'jJVery 1''- Isat.: 'solemnly,. from liny4teart. surfacftfor.'sinking: shaftS '. >uegugence'. : { .' i atj'je.
.1 'making iany J *I V I : J* =
h!! + .t: A.J..t 'tw;et 'bl .:1v.fc .( :',.iii ,ii t I- : & :U iIk ..sxifiv gge' )I" ; excarAtioiia or.' coDstfuHtmg'any a nia-', for'the jury, and- they nave.wpqifat. .. 'i
rcAn4.YU etogaentatJU I1a tune 2 "As the'old 't/ the,course of time jthoseii the p inti under LDStrapiIf
song s runs: proper
J : J ospwa; till I e fu,1811edl,'' .. Ink: : :
: eJl eft 611. .csru &itr very eyes tof meYw Ji r < n-yisjl 'iAto minerals a'pa ss'enget'takeg nVmoftS by

Yea: .,'t'ski +ir Ira' $1.17 01f'Sl.t')>,. +: .- It b.the Afternoon of,the.,next 'day; t ,re, l ysli 'nl.: to"J .... uL ,;i rights wasmaile"id no reservation for"surfacei alighting th i fi''ordinarily f* Baia,
"t.' oJ! .hti. I ortin ;Rhoda b Ii'CCmf.J. lt hJ'j' rrrssial Y11:"J. rl .Ip 1TJ.It '.t 1t7t.; .tN,9 \.A1ic1t i.y: J L Ian haiiu Ericson
,. ,f .. J in this rkaimitundinglout! 'here:oonyWMtching .thebaal. .6 ; Ml .me- .and.'JIfjjiwe .: ,\f U t; ''the'plaintiff u' succeeded and .. l' J.A omPU11.t i 'piEClnd ed'frbm'rc 0 imi t i" ary'eiffe

**tefnli< fi 4la.l sometime"in itY.bJi !:d "'atve' 'f 13 u> theTiri.. d'r "
a t4ftI, .. hetas..abe: but the
> o.f.glV : : ere aensibl .we/ will,,.shake ,' judgment. was revera .' J ,\ re
eoI..J"hf: .u ,;r.t( iurling.and unftirling' :hef':fan /land ; 'trl'trie" upre\n < gugJDce\ \t't 111
1' 9kuW9 ?i ttI '!';Li' Imay; fiJPD. 1 glancing up archlyatltheyoungm I bands on the putter, and decide to makp. Court '1 of.ncljiga j 11 'f to.,1 f.-ur.r.l1 h ;'
491.4# lN JItp abe Lest, ofr a bsd..bargain,;iIi 'Judge Campbell' in the opinion said : TELEGRA1'U"Ol'AXy..iuDlFOl
ctnalf fU"t 1bJ!J etaadingarp2loseby'berids:U, it tN > ? '
; "Iteeems "blihg anti .
to ue r' 'a
,'"I'll 'Hit not } wiUeparate and ,end,..bycordiaUyhating ve'I DAoEs tSTOBRINOACCTro iro
rememt'fr j_ow; eeyeadI! ue 1e.3 '-.pItisIatiath.Bhodabat'howchangedhow ? ; : i'0 .K> i epreservatiop. ( I ** J* '
each think the jbeUer.doctrine, .that An action was recover .the apple 5tTOBfand paddled around pther.ia! : .,, .
: sadly:'changed i'from 'tlie 'd : )0 \ J '!
.. ear future !' ,Hof.miDerala or such a ages'against''a telegraph c2man'firnegligence ,
'iWhat a
the ,
pond-in-tbe desroldpunt;and were little maiden of past 1' i io flt III' .7 .,1' : *?:A <.*. ff
Ioeiin'tlie't, i'Y'nY tiiemb ivliaooIy'il t Where has.the years simplicity. rhieh sat The: nexfcj morning, however,there reservation with the right of iu'njijaui ij,'p y.-p u ut In,*transmitting'the o.(f' if. >*> 11- "di iapatd

the "t / 6 kre, .ztt3d'ht'tt 'well.upon ber? gosh? ..* ,. :',,;' ':HU so..n: i gloopay; forebodings! .dispelled by-.a' musttalways .respect surface nght'i[ o f'I''so that it was not promptly. ",direr

.much we love 'each Bother?antj''theflmibbinghfir14ott Did it ,letter from l hodajierself, Ilerconcei 'support.and. .wil not, .atandi> ,afone-: ed. The mistake was in the tnoasu I-
depart when 'rJ '
; c"r faI->-I ,j# 1Wg" r 44rataS11nUv b: away her riotous childhood? I'J put sr) is plainly' :;visible in Jl.; ', -x.. 1.11.1. permit without'J he surface, tpd2stroyed: ;, 9ibri .of the na 1ft ;; Hlram bem? wt

; .-:nvnH____.- uiAfI-..__' _r.Sa..l'___u_'{_ aai_ __ :. tvAiul so ill-watch Iherf a '\1is ppoini; sjtJtJsfuUofpity for, .painf'm;t some. additional statutory "or} uJIermanOn !$e1eiegapfr; Wok
;6tUd1JaeD.y1l.fbtt.k4 WtmdgatiVPly, meat'at heart ; 3vitably.pealsc for=, forgive contract authority and that< Bnchstatute1 used Uyih'e pender-lt waVitateff> af tie
my so great that there; is' ''
''contract contract tktw' ei1 it ) iM'i'faat
y.c ; and-self-reproache r or authority will he'carefully' jai D
;>oy>Cbifefc8 apiD8t..mj I room>foi. iootherfeeling.'ul r .r rr is ;J !n 'I ..i!j "'
f bJuI',411oltffi IUW e: ,! :ru. :( vJ r ,:=.IIeriber.P.utifu111OftI hairAwhich- :,'pages.leadahatpbehad : 4'construed' to'piejentMtli' cclaimTodaniagesshailie' ,.; QY unleipieser

%(jVWfill,then, when BQctrip to.the endsothhe once'crowned her head : married ,A.,handsomene.'ierjdowelli f destruction of.surfac'e'righ'ts; j .ei ):lrf? writing1 withhT tirentj

.. ; each ia'OYer andyour.schooldays distorted into 'hideous like,dlftce a-halo'/i and; been disowned by her $\ fJfs m$'to be lS'greed"that: dajs from sending 'the1 message:"" 'If.t .
-: piled family in the easeriients'to do such acts' as are' claim! for-damaged''was :ritadunti'B
'vecJQIle; whJ, it'll comeback, and marry high over'her forehead..': ., ,ii; ,& :consequence. ,, ..r nlI : t :
:you." s:': "L :Voluminous skirts'take Feel sorry:fQF Ju r.>i -:\ "'iw 'rj sonably'necess'ary If orgt i'Ro 9 3the:! days after the 8 n inz1of.tM mesagB.

.-r.Bhoda: \sblushes,;and';aw I nnt.sure space in the room'and she uphalfthe kicks _-..Mylieart still keeps tend. r spot.for; mineral J and remove lit from themine The trial Court decided'iri favor. of tile
'jai I, id A otlbluslitxasselfrthough'atanateh : into as them the. de. little Rhoda ofthepastj though may lie granted or''re"seryed''so J&i 191 1 compariy'and the'p1aIDti1f,:carried the

: .Dny: t iQf'8SJ"did? notsnf-. heroine place of unceremoniously loiifft., ? as" .a. it,can :find no open portal for this 1edit4on attach'' to the mining. *estate.1 '"Welhlnk1'that'ejectnUeni 'case IIennan vs. Western'UttionTek'
opera --
;iinie it was ajmoati:darkl! bylthisUme '\ voice ; and.,,itis. with a.sigh ofLpitymingled Bu 'not ''lie f0 i those''parts : gr ph'Company to1 the Supreme Court
'Her liar lost inu'ei'of:'its'Sweetness'and ;
1;a*J.f Wlher to my beart>like an ,with a ,news seasef freedom of 'the larid'neeessarily'occupied'I of Wisconsin, where tb'e'judgntentWisaffirmed.
is loud and ;" >T '
affected: jthatvt close the by sli fts'or'tl ?mining *
.affectionaj6ilapjand. kiaj; her': over up letter. r rf ri excavationsor' 'Judge 0$11;1n the opinion,
and aver again; LOh hOSt".well.I'lond- 'She has learned the 'cant pl ri&es' ;of The..week jfollowmg.we hail bomehard erections 'made 'and "used solely;, seid i "This condition-as to making

Cier then lor Jfi"u.1! 1 +'t'q j v,*x. 'f' scientific' atheismj'and0plays: "fiit the figUting.nC' t *. j forjnlning l '- urposes", and thai" theb:':' demand_ for .damages'In anfitipubted

.Ever r feeling of,my. unclouded young great ''doubts of the agelikeit 1 .: ,,',I. purriiig.1.I.; Jis with .a shudderUrat ,1, recall it use'is jn'tne'nature 6f an r eWenient' .tune.j isvalid.. ,oSuch a condition ball

-r'. ,'ieart was juted by her.*- r. -? kitten... .. 'with. :alkali"- .of.-..yarn\,!... f 4 .. even now I 'whteti'is appurtenantto" ;the'mlnel: MTfieplairitlfis been held'obligatory, .insurance,

.,She:, ,wasiia iCrank, ..simple J child, ,. How...i.different. .. ... .from, ,the_ .memory.. 'I, ... ,Thefamiliarfaces, bright with quick 'entitled ''to compensation i freight and:'other. contracts,aod,,in legislation
.. *and Lan'lonesti.rather.. lanky youth, had,Joved so well, and, cherished, scj eningliferina.: .., econdvf'time quivering i idei the deed for appropriation ofthe \where:damages, have resulted

brimf uli of;if .worthy tenderly t among 'strange;. ,. lands':land in agonyor fixed on. death; I ( surface' ,, but': he cannot'"'eject thecompany from aotidenti t negligence,.;and fc

-of the-.dayspf-,. .Crusades, when raCeslyi. i:. 01. I1.! :p x I.UI v T tramping sti'ejs, PIE cannon, thcarnngeS.I e I.,' from'thland' t, 'which: it fs'dccupyhigfor' '. -, such cases the principle undisputed.!
we parted.far li th. ohtterheart, can,alL 'the, necessary purposes .Butt is unreasonable.ttata
ye-years.on that sumnvr. a. sore turned .Jili "L. ofmining. cjearly J ;not,
"V "" ..
night: .t -..L \\.tr ie: j ,i'' t -, aj-Tfl.cannotstan it., ,7',,;. ;, \I P.PJ:eragaia Ii" J cy, he.RuUettriJdng ill ii *.4 I n *. ""I (' '! .company,should require notice

t.. t,.*";: .*r?' -.* .* :II",6'The "**.v II+e;_ -1 s.radected, laugIWad. } -* s myyarm' and.retidering' me pow t ,1.. ClIATTELRESENTATION biQRTOeoF.SIISP.E j of claims for itS defaults within sieasena
time went by like aisle that is't !e.. "'t* !1'; "* *.'i:. alleys'ti fight, thcuRL I'still, heere 'ct n ,. )EBTS1rCt'1tEp ;; ,, ; };)letimebeore, I being.j held\ to

.told.'1 IM f.ioi 1 r'l '. ;; w .:!-In: .the .garden l- camel across,)} _9' 1!: ,}ones my men,t to ,thecharg@ i TIE.SA31E-I'BJpII1T1, ; OF Fir4i; p ;answer for,\the.allegedfdefault.., ..Fw01

.i. Years.- have' "bloomed and, :faded": and her:young: charge.: .ClhlliJ ,. J they Btherl.etJq- directtoit. 9 PROOF.-A chattel mortgage was given the_ nature:!of itatusiness,this!maybe

r -3Ild itis": ..the 'evening* tiu1otber sunv>r: :,.She.reads* .: -,'_my% ; .disappouitmenttaud 4-A rf i 4 mark.: | and a3sionate I fall from my horse..fTpe to secure a note,of $300, whl, .wag note esseJl ia1., its protection against, unfounded '
'. pities me. : ) :.distorted. faces of ih but a
per: day. ": 1 ,?., ? '-. JItl* only another version o.the old sbldie'r grow dim, the noise oftbe, .,con- made for ter found
months and'there in of"'rap&SPtransmitted7requiring ,
: the 'niuUitudjB
It is only three months hack since : : } was ui- ; ,
; ) proverb: %cme4.imesuoitteV. :buWjftsupj dct'eoores, faint,and.. I lie.. thereone I .-dossed upon : gnosis
Z arrived home again, and ,after thrapture : "* *v nngJ( he : t > %, potp..tltat |t was. given, ,a spa tdy:
she says softly. niany.jjyVhen.bext" ., to payment ledge. of claims 'to'enable'
this .J
of' reunion with my numerous j .secure the..1 : ;of sum of the cpppanj'to'keep
. l utl.arauot tube cooiforteJ .and i ; JI :wake it is ina, ,white SWmon'thly-and all brthese transactions
brothers''and thatRhen
,' sitters had in a ; \: rashes ap.; .account.f'jts} :
. rueastlre :subsided; '''I came straight to sit moody and silent folding, the.;.skein ''Tli'glorifying ward, payments were ,made, the notes should before,,Yl.''rea3on.of their great nuoit*'

ray old sweetheart's*' home to 'await of. bright wool-... for. I her- as she rolls .it 'livM. : sunlight falls on the '.le, null,and_YO <1r. "The moitgageor also they cease. to, be within'recollectin: or

;!' tar: return,. which is- :daily expected. into altll. ; I. .l'..: .r ,aa1 '.16. 'btiJing faces of dying. men !" gave two other inortgagfs on'tbVjsameproperty .control./: : mjiy.letadded. that, this
i* clear
,,:' I have'been here abont month.r IXfld tvhile slte'vrimls and n-inil3;she ... tome. f :; ) ,, and all of, these mortgages, ;}vaa a n!:lit *messagand. at onebMatesj"

? ;' "Rhoda will, be home surely t o-' talks In her soft fiwptt voice ;and as mr1 Itplacejjay.hand bair i feebly to,my,headidere' -- three of themrere.filed! by.. the same .:/ because: o'f > sTeetiUonandoAaccoiintof J1(1 t" rejuirinj
Si'no .there.
L t. tbArrow," says rthe' youngest dang tmey"keeilS time' with"the; incessant j. If' arson at one t ime. On the traj.t was : << itsiiabdif -

r.. tier of, the hone with '.a, laugh of winding; feeling' of1reliarid 'satis1 1 .Ofniyieg/.".Tbe'ptherMm, is llandaged. so. is .ono" shqwp ithat1tisperson, :| : 'acted. : j.asthagentofall.tttsmortgageey ) g+ -l t4mis ales) error or delay,ana of the

o 'expectant happiness, coming to-' my faction ste-aIsO\; me.' sir ..nI' are ..; in tliefiling,: common uhcertaiBityland. great laborufimght
"" "** Rhoda t i I ma maze.tii;; .. r, ,and.the firstjnortgage waa sliowriou LWOTki'the*company 1i i S1i uldnot
: with'her frivolity be
aide.My *i.'J' The only mepiory; ,which stands o t; the prior act' of Abe .ba heldithere: : tithe clearest Ii-;
heart. gave"apassibhate: throb, at and lately acgiiiredivortdlines2.y" mortgageor; ; / .vrith'ans. distinctness, ... .. is a women's face
; : '. objection to'its aviitp'; Pkaa Raordr. .
y '" .t. j :; .s ; ** ** t j ., validity, becauseof tejortedor _,
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:/ .' ..: *.!&" : .Florida.. lands will be sold.'.at public auction on Monday, the lst day of October A.D.I883,at '. '', U cc 2 cc" 1180 2.96

J 'f;f 4 !< .G Titusville:, in the oountyof.Brevardt or so much thereof as rilLbe nec sari to pay :r'c 4 6 u 1100 1070 263n 2.77 .

;If.JJ.iJ ; !!! & Publisher.>> the amounts due same ...._.. .'. 7 u 1060 268"i
jrir -TW :: for faxes herein set opposite 'to thee together'with costs of ,
: !':iy i '; ?$15o per &unum.In idvance. sale and : -- : ." 8 u 23s 1060. 2.68'r

'. 1lQG11U&one lJichin apace 118 squares advert.iaingI. :,' ., cc 10 '. u. .
.".,..., nvtlta'A otnvAJ''anaee sapauied 1 -'. Except land formerly Rand's 800" 2.27
' ___tA; o by, ..thei&,1UnotrecCiveattentiOf. .. Lot or strip 121)elespinc Grant,
:! .. .-. f'" = III! Except land formerly! Rand's 926 2.31
*'Vdrerti' tagi .te enquire of.the. Editor N ame 0 I 'DeScription of Land. I I C I t I ". """ '. Lot Grant .
H 1160 290wt
"_: :? _- Teactodng t. *three cent stamp. '. jj-4 C 4 S _. or U.22 strip DeJespme u R' 1160 3.41
'1'rt !- ' round, 0Ji' file at u
Allen Balaam ... F ... ..... . 'j. 23 co 1160 3.41
j & Co's Newspaper .Adver.rf.(1iItDi ,.. [ S W I Qf S 1V' } 2 28s 37e 40,0033.55 cc U C
P. Rowell Street). where Apthorp, Wm. Lee,. E fractional lot 3. .. :. ....... .... 330t 38e 27,61 ... :;., 25
(10 :Sprnce ; 22s 1245
Bulean. be made for E fractional lot 1.. .. .:............14 80s 38e 23,00.... Except 116 acres sold Reed, 3.11
h)" eontrsct8 may It Lot
-" 'WI. Inarrearsfor'81'SOand79.. .. ... .. .. .. ...... 7.62 or strip 26 Delespine Grant, 13.10 3.35
' < 'NEW.:.: OEL lass, A. C.,.. ... .... SElof S.\'ll '. .. ....... .. ... 227 3Oe 40,0014.24 U u 27 u" 1170' 3.03
,n; ;ii;.is..the oYPICIAL'newspaper Brothers, 'VriG ht,. .. S of S Eland S I of S 'V }. .. .. 32& 37(' 15-1,00 7.45 28 980 2.45AU
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Brevard county.. Byrne, John .l'. .. ... p.1rt of strip 16 'Doles ttine Grant, N .. .. ... .... undivided portion of Delespine
f : r. W comer of X W 1 of N E }....... -12:1; 3.Jc 20,00 .26 Grant nortfr of lot or strip 28, 22s 2328 5.83
['i at the Post Office at TituxmUe atSecondClass Brittle, Augustus .[F N strip <1f S E ofne }....... :... 7 24.3Ge 10,00 ,I.Ou All undivided portion of Iklespine
-i.J-: '- J Matter. Boring, J \V.. ..... N j of N E } and in arrears for ;81. 1 2b 3-k 81,2 3.22 Grant south of lot or strip one 23s 2790 6.99
;p- .. Bailey, Edward B... Lots 12 and 3 and W j of S\V }and .. . .. .. Hicks, \V W', and inlet 4 6 20 .36
.:Fk1W; pleased to find out that the so- In arrears for'81, 'SO and '79....... 16 29s 3Se 203,00 16.08 Arrears for ISS1, 1880Lot 6 7 20 '.36

..11Y.Independent' movement, recently Beals, Byron H..: .. N!of S strip 2 of 1.10 interest Del .. .. .. .. .. and 1879. Lot 28 10 20 .86
: in''this State, has at. length 'Pine Grant. ... ... .... .. .. .. .... 32.2= 35e 160,00 .39 Lot 4 11 20 .36
i&\ ... Benner, C H. .. .. EXcepting 160 acres soid Bals lot or .. 3-1 .. .. Lot 20 12 273 370 20 '.36
which has emblazoned 22 23'
colors Lot 20
.. : 1. .31)
; 'auu." strip 1 of 1.10 intcm-t Delespine Gift 22s 35c 11SOOO .. .
t ;. Independent Republican." Lot or strip 3 of 1.10 interest of Dcl31 .. ... Lot 26 and 28 28 40 .72
}t JWe'now know where its rank and fileT espine Grant ....... .. ..... .... 22s 35e 1380,00 6.44 Lot 2"2 33 20 .86
Bunker James V. .... ..... Lot 24 3-1 20 .86 .
| r.Heretofore they have been like"the Fractional 8 W' 1 of 8V { 23 37s .Ue 11,70 .00 .
j dire Bunker, ,George V. ... n of s w 1.. ... .... ........ .. 26 . ... .. Stewart,AD3sher Part of 8 w 1-1 of 3 e 1-4 33 2-h 36e 2 .26
\ f *pienchman's flea, but they are no longer n e I ofs e land 8 e 1 of n c I. .. ... 2'i 3715 41e 158,60 3.1i StrlncfcIIow, Jane R 11 e 1-4 of 11 W 1-1 This 40 P. 1 40 1.51
!t .;:afie-key hive fled to the "Grand old Bundy, M E. .. .. 1 of n w 1 in arrcar '81,'BOand'792; 27s 3Ge 79,8:2: 1.29 8V 1-4 of 11 w 1-1 36 {21s { 300' 40 4.02s
; torty!':ranks., This -fleeing could not Cleveland, J A. .. [P e 1 of D\ylin arrear '81, '80a11d '7932 21s 35e 40,00 6.02 w l-4 of s w 1-1 29 40 1.00n

;-Jf more opportunely. Had Clement, 'V C. .... ...e 1.. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ... 22&37 a 39,0012.06 c 1-4 ofs w 1-1 12 3-1e 40 2.01KOTE.
.tit' occurred at a very much later date,the Cattlctt, John. .. . e of n \V !. .. .. ...... ... .. .. .. 30 26:5 30e 40,00 1.00 the name of the owner. ..
f, ,Independents would have drawn Cockrell, A 1V... [Ps } of s w 1 !'Cc.19 and n of n \V 1. 3(1 24. 3Gc IGl,32, 2 4.02 D. W. l\IcQUAIG,
r'f nany honest and well meaning men from Crayon, Lucas... ... AU of Spanish Graa nt. . .. .. . 16 2013Jc: J,30 .60 Titusllc,Fla., Sept.G, 4t.] Collector of Revenue for Brevartl Co.
: -'the'ireat Conservative Democratic party Driggs, J W' .. .. .. 11 e i of 11 W }. .. .. .. . .. ... .. 32 j 2s 32e 39,80 1.00
Davidson, Georgo .. Lot 4..... .. .. ... .. ... .. .. 26 35s 40e 40,00 2.01 MISCELLANEOUS. NEW APVERTISEMEyTS.PRITCHARD&MAY.
have had the scales
y., i Many Democrats to Grey, &l :lJnin. .. .d w 1 ofne }.. .. .. .. .. . .. 7 3-JlI 32e 40,00 .81Garvin
'drop from their eyes in due time to reorganize . . ,UlufSpani hG'ntarrcar3'Sl'80&79 3720:5 3-Ic 757,8112.77 ISTORWOOD'S
i the Conservative Democratic In arrears for'81, 'SO anJ'79.1020:; 3-1c 413,62 6.88 ,

r :party for the conflict of '84. Let this bet In arrears for '81, '80 Rml '..9.12 2035e 5,22 .60 ,Fast Hack Line OFFER FOR SALE :
Ferchard Peter. . '81 '80&'7939 2OsHe: I
A1I8panishG'nt, arrears 466,00 7.80
sad the doing be commenced at
'done, III arrears for '81, '80 and '79... . 43 20ll 33e; 7,20 .50 '
%t;o: once) ':Let an .enunciation of principles In arrears for '81, 'SO :111J ',9. ... 3V 20s 35c 73,96 4.4-1 -' Business, Residence Lots,

,]. 'behd :such an enunciation as shall call Giles, Malone,. . .. Lot2 block 69, Gallic, In arrears.. ... .. The and Most Direct
4k *;to0nrrranks every honest and patriotic for'81, 'SO snJ'.9. . .. .. .... ..16 27s 37c .. .36 Cheapest and Dwellings in
.t.r/ Hodgkin Jry Titfup Lot G mock 6 TitU:5\ llc.. .. ... . 3 2' 3t. .. .... .26 ROUTE
-citizen without regard to "color or preview Hart, JI L. .... .[I' I.ot 2. ... . ..... .. .. .. ... 34 21; 35l. 45,0010.05 TITUSVILLE.Also .
;;: ; conditions." The "Grand Old party" Hunt, So 'hia. . Lot or strip 18 Dclcsline Gmnt. .. 23:1 3.P 13GO,00 3.42 Tltusvlllc and Indian RI n r.CARUYIXG'I'll .
t .'has I been tried and found wanting. Let Holden,D L.... .. Lot 1..l936( lIe 95,50 6.03 Unimproved Lots In .
t it'be hid aside:-Bequ :scat in pace HoMen, Nancy A. .. Lots 2 and 3. .. .. . .. .... .. 18 36b 41e 153oJO 7.5-1 U. S. MAIL.
1 :Let the Young Conservative Democracy Herman, J .F. .[P Lots m1113.. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 2f' 36- lie lWGO 7. tHayne -' Indian River City.
'" m. .[Pncofnwandnwofneand . .. . ....
step to the front, throw out its skir in arrears for '80 811d '79. . .. .. 32033C; 80,00 4.02 THREE trips weekly between the ST. JCSfHave a large list of

.. !'mishers, and plan and and execute a campaign Isham, oh11. .. .. Lot 2 and 11 c I of zs w }. ... .. .. 2121, ,2,00 3.62 JOHNS and INDIAN RIVERS.
; that will sweep the State and insure Johnston Jr, A A. .. n w 1 ofs w }. .. .. .... . .. 30 28 s ;0e 40,00 ..S1Javis Orange Groves
.' Theodore. . Fractional .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 14tOe 8,02 1.00 Leaves Enterprise EVERoI1lJaj., Wednesday ,
..,'t' far her a genuine' Democratic Fun-! Kennedy, iV J. . Part lot 1..... .. .. ... .. ... .. ..33 :H.. :Jlx' 5,00 1.00Part and Friday ::Morning arriving at
:., daaiental law. Let' the life-long democrats i. lot 1..321303e 2,52 .51 Titusville the SAME day. ON HIGH HAMMOCK & flRSMLASS

.. irhojiave; almost begun to despair Lund, T W. . .. Lund Housc,lot block D TitlL'i\ llc.. 3 2:: .= Sic .. .. .. .. .
..t ,of living to see the day when our beautiful Lot 15 block ll, Eau Gallic. .. .. Hi 27b 37e ... 93.89 ReturningLeaves PINE LANDS
: 'i State shall have been delivered even LumingII.... [P n lot 2. .. .. .. . ... .. 12 3G31Oe\ 37,75.. Titusville Thursday -
n w i of n e !.. .. ... .. .. ... 22 2ikGe 40,00... EVERY Tuesday.; -Which
from the very last shadow of Caq>et-Cag- 3 U1J it1 and Saturday morning, arriving at .. we are offering at-
< __ Lot 2 .cc. :; and loLt 2, : 4, :lr- .. .. .
. ger rule, now take courage, brighten up rears for 'SO llld '79..S 20.3'J\.' 20,4G; 15.97 Enterprise In the c'cnIng.-.Addrcss

the Word of combative eloquence, Long, J A.. . . e } ofs e }... .. .. . .. ... .. 17 2fs( 30e 80,00 2.01 W. S. Norwood BOTTOM PRICES.
buckle on' the armor of civil and religious Leonard, C W. . .. of lot 3,in arrears for '81.. .. .. 2G 371"He 40,00 200Iotlinarrearsfor'81..3137s4lc ,
liberty as did our Jefferson and Jacksonof Littldicl.l, Hunt md w j of 11 e 1 and W' k ofs c mlll w .. .. . . ... ,
the olden times, and go forth like "gi- Gkw on ... .. ..If, in nrrcmdor 8180, and '79. 15 27 36t. 4800, 8.0-1 DEBARYBAYAIEltCHAN1'S' First Quality At Low Figures.
ants refreshed with new wine," and returning \Ic.\fec, . . . n w corner oIs e 1. . .. ... . ..2(1 21s 3c,' 5,00 .51
.. :t victoriously have inscribed on MooreV B.-.C lot 2 mock 11, TitUi\'i1Ic,.. .. .. 3 22.3.t' ,42 IS.OS LINE Several Large Tracts Of
:Meyer: J II. . .. part of zs 1 of lot 236e ,25 .. ,
their banner, Regnai po du To secure put of 11 w 1 of 11 1..8 25.36e: 6,011 3.00 Side-wheel Steamers. HEAVY HAMMOCK LANDS

,this most desirable end, let the jicn >le rctvl \Iagruder, Goo1:: .[p wt 3. . .. ... .. .. .. .. ... ...3G 23" 31k' 5Su415.7 7 Elegant ,
let them, think, let them act. Let them Morel, Septima. ... put of sec. -to HreYlrll nCl Book H.. . . . Carrying: V. S. Mall. well adapted to
.i.not'be'led 7lcte.inarrear3'31'SOaud'79 10 203: G07,2f' 13.32
In'their action deceitful pages
..: *. and :Moon: ,r ] [I part tf e (,fn w 1 bounded 110rtJl . .. .. will leave Jacksonville daily, nom wlmrj foot Sugar cane,Bananas and Early vegetables.
designing politician*, men are by land of Maddox, etc... ... . 1721.:3Gl' 12J118.Ij; ( of Laura street, at 2 30 p.m.,and S.F.and W.KaUwuy .
,. seeking positions of honor and trust for ::Morag,.N H..L:>t 23, Block,A, Em Gallie, in ar- .. . .. . wharf at 3:40 1>.in., fur Also unimproved Lands in all sections -
1.themselves or for some very dear friend. rcan for 'Si'SO avid '79. .. .. .. JtJ27t :17. . ..351lartin PalatUa, Astor, Sanford, En
Let the place seek the proper man and M. . . ..Lot in arrears for 'SI, '8ft, and '7tl 7 27 20,00. of the county.A .
lot 5 Block n, Em Gallic, ill arrears .137t. ... . terpriseAnd
; Dot. the improper man the place. As fo! '81, 'SO anti '79. .. ... .. .. ..Je 27 s 87t, . 1.S6 all intermediate landings south of FEW VERY DESIRABLE
lon&W the people suffer themselves to be Mar l1alI, C1Jrn T. n part Domingo .Acosta(j rant,Volusis ... . .. . .
led they are sure to ltd mislead, but, when deed1: bOOk D,arrcu:;'81,'SO.\; '71 :38 20;, 3I:. 5004,000 32.16 Palatta. Homesteads Left.
;- the people lead they will"ery seldom be :McIntosh: J H. . All Spanish G'ntarrears'SI'SOc'7J I 43 20 :31c 17'11.1 .,36Nehon Sunday Boat will leave at 1 p. m. .
,very far from Right. We have already Chto . put strip 201)elespine Grant nCl'or7 22.. ::1x 2,00 .2G LII1Cb Will for make close connections with all Ball Parties having money to purchase mortgages -
Newton, :31: A..f s e 1, in nrr'ar '81, 'SOanll'7U ;hc. 231c 50G/I, 6.02 will find safe investments on undoubted -
had.too much of pipe-hiving, wire-pul- ''Otwell, W W. . [P Lot 1 sec. 30 and lots 2 mll13. . 19 26.37t IG: ,GG 5.86 Points in the Interior.And security .
ling and bossing by; men of uo mothertalent Oitren, Bryant . All of fractional i'ec..l1 anJ. . 1 315. 504,00 5.03 with steamers at Sanford for
except craftin & Parker, JF&MJ. [1n w I of s w t :ec. 215, .in c } of s c 1 2'J 231e .9,8. ..S1Peterun Points on Indian Rix'er. -o-
lLttilda..w. 1 ofs w 1.. .. ... ... .. .. .. 23.21s: 31e 40,00. Returning leave ntl'rprlso a nt.o: and Sanford .
hungry for office will promise the arrival ot train at Jacksonville
n wI of 11 W i, arrars'S1'SO a11l1 '7t'' 2ti. 2ho 3-1\ .. 4.02 on arriving Real Estate placed in our hands for sale,
.people anything and everything-to this l'lce AJ. . [1'neofsw 1.. . ... . . .- G 20- E40OCt. .I.SS Earl} next inoriiln. exchange, or to let, will receive prompt
{tine this thing and to that one the other Pritchml J & :\1: II [P :trip or lot 21 Ddcpillc G rmt. .. 2'= :).1: 1300,00 21.2tj attention.
thing-anything to secure votes for him- l'crblnl E F. . Lot 1. .. .. . .. .. . . .. 8 2'7b 37e 2,0 2.01 Jlakins Lines for: close till points connections with rail and steam T1tusvme
self lerhmn' 1'. . .. Part of tic r m.l. .. .. . .. . 6 24M 3'A' SOfJ 2.01 ,May 2J.1 53 I ttSPORTSMEN'S
or his dear friend when know XORTII EAST AX>> WEST.
.: they :
1'artemJ 1'. . . .H'" 3 of s w 5 2tJ 30l3 ,!I 1.Ot
; in_their hearts that they are lying to and ''Uichn.j W F. . Lot 3S- -1Q-l and 2 Jyrierville. 3 ri .. ? 13.07 For all points bctAveen Jacksonville and EMPORIUM!

.cheating their fellow men-the people. Uu.ell,'J:1.; A. [1' Lot :1, see 21, hats! !' 1, 2, ij, and G :11141 rl., . . .1.I .. Market Palatka.wharf take dally ono of, Sundays the etcuincra excepted leaving, at lt R. C. SCRIMGEOUR
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Are such men to be trusted in positionsof lofscjantincofsw I !ore 21 & 2 31. -10l 323,5027.13 11.ui.
honor and Hence Roliuson, S A. . a c 1 of s w 1. . . . . 3-6.304. 40,01'1. .. FASTMAIU Taxidermist and Naturalist
trust 2We trow not. and 11 w ; of m w' . .. .. .. .. .7 26.31. 39S7 1,90Rogcrs Leaves Jacksonville tor Green Cove Spring,
w_ say.let the people read, let them be -. . . .. nlofscofno.rrcat+81, <10, & -101-0-\-( ,. .. ..- _')l',,Iw V\., .SO Tocoi and Falatka. Binds & animals mounted with some respect '. y
posted as to men and measures so tluit Self, G ".. . . s tr 1-1 uf s w 1-1. . .. . . .20! 21, ;'l'tofX' 20.10 Lake tcnmcr: M.GXOLl.lea"l's Florida for Anatomy.
when Jhe'im.e for choosing their publicservants Seymour, .J J. . ..:4 w 1-8 on W' 1-1 of s w 1-1. .. .. ...28 J3.'t< ,0(1 .26 Central Railroad wharf at-a. m, doily Sun. Everything: appertaining to shootingand
shall know howto .Sackett, F B. . :1 ofs w 1-1 and lots and 22= 36e 1.16,90 . I day excepted,returning tame tin)-. fishing: to be found at my establishment -
come they may and lot 2. . .. . .. .. 21.37E: 4GOO... For further information apply at General and at rca.5onablerntcs.
choose' .widely and well and not have to and lot 1 mock A, Tit1t ,' 6..I. 22 :35 . IG.03 : Ticket Ouice,comer Kay and Laura Streets' Also dealer in the Celebrated Lion
,depend upon the opinions of their neigh- Strinfcllnw Sorvood &Tunlcrsel-1of-el-1l : 1 ns 3.' IttfH" 2.01anllers I, VI.B. wATONManager.C. I brand Asbestos paint in all 'colors
bOre he honest or dishonest.: Let our 1V R.P Lot 1. . . .. .. . . 37-t1(. 36,5t't 1.6 .B.FEXVnCK,Gen.Pas:;.Agent.ABJUVALS I ready for use. The best and cheapest
f men.te. those. of a sound record. PolitiaHy South Fla n II Co. .. Lotd :! 3&c! 11W I-l&.sw 1-111 w 1-I 2u 30. 31e 241,62 4.86 & DEPARTURES OF MAILS. paint ever introduced for House or Boat
Ftmhn'U, E A" . ..n c 1-1 of 11 C 1-4..i5 40,04.1' .40 use. Oil stoves in great: variety, suitable
.< ;the: greatest siii of our people wcredulity : Tyler, U 1'. .. . [Ps e corner of st' 1-1 of 11 e 1-1.. .. 2(1 21s 3. 5,100 .:.ilTidwell From Enterprise to Titu;\1llc. for family or boat use. .
while their greatest want isKlfretianco. 11 F. . w h of n c t-1 and w of s e 2i. :17(. lCO/i1 5.03 Leave Enterprise Monday U'cducaday and
. .. .. 1-1..S.. ( Friday at 5 I LINSEED OIL WARRANTED PURE.
Tt:1cc\. John . [l'nel-1ofnc. 1-I. :- ( 41,01 243Unknown. Arrive at Titusvillc Monday Wednesdayand
,. .. .. .. I/ot ?. . .. .. . . .';'hc 35e= 57,00 2.82 Friday: at 9 p. m.Leave Pratt' Celebrated+ Astral Oil always in ->
; Zhe- SarnuruNancy E. IAt lij,bluck.\, Eau GaIlil'iu:lrrcn .. ... ... Titusvlllo at S Tuesday Thursday andSaturday
,Chicaa o Bar Association will give for 'SI, 's..,mill '; 'S92(1'79..16 27.I:3i\:: : . ..MYi Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursdayand STOCK.Triple
f Lord CJoleridge a lianquet. ,\. cl C ,\.. . . 11 W 1-1 of s w 1-1,arrears'SI, 'SO&';!Il 2.h3-1l 40,00 2.42WriZilt Saturday at v p.m. .
I The Coreau Embassy has been given a Emma)[. [P 'i e 1-1 of s tv 1-I.. : . . ..10 2G, 31e 40(1(1 6.70 From Daytona toTltus\1llc. plated "Table" ware from the
"reception: 'YKldm.'lnsre estate of Lot 4 Block i, Titus'lIli.: . .: .. 3 :!:!.. :35c .. .. 2.01 Leave Titusville, Mondays, Wednesdays House of Holmes, Booth & Ilayden.
at San Francisco. \dell, SI. . . n 1 acre strip, exctpttng: acres m 11 e .. . .. .. .... and Fridays at 5 a.m. Lanterns Razors, Combs, Nick Sacks
The experiment of sending a boat remodeledafter .corner of :strip 2J, Ddt-"l'lllC Grant 22.; 315... .51 and Arrive Saturdays at Daytona at 'J p.,m.Tuesdays; Thursdays, in endless variety.
the Maid of the Mist through 1Vi11i' Richard A [P part of n w 1-1 of 11 C 1-4.- :! :31)e. 3.3.ll.41 Leave Daytona,Mondays, Wednesdays,andFridays
o* 11'c.cott' L P. . n e 1.4 uf 11 wi-I. . .. . . .. ..1C :!Ii3(1\> 39.9 .. at S Cigars, Tobaccos Pipes
jtf Whirlpool Arrive at Tituaville, Tuesdays: Thursday,
rapids at NLngara was carried -
: and 3..3! 2G.
and lut' 1 : 8t. 87.21 3.01 and Saturdays at'J p. iu. and all smokers' articles.
out successfully on the 6th inst. A 'Yise .. .ne1-1ofnel-1. ... .. .. .. .. 332ir3lJl' .. .. .. From Titnaville to Eau Gallic.
****was made a few rods above the old :11111 ,fmctioll :H'1-1 ofne 1-1. .. 3:, x.37( ... ... When you cannot Jhul
-Ir n&gat3:40p.m. The boat reached md 11 w 1-1 of n w 1-1. . .. . I 'i? 3Jl' 119'tj G.Ol 5 a.Leave in. Titusville Tuesday and Friday at what you want in the other stores In Titusville \.
t s Wescott, Leo r. . n e 1-1 nh w 1-1.. .. :. . .. :;1;. 31)' 5O,41i 1.00 Arrive at Eau Gallic Tuesday and Fridayat ; just give: R. C. S. a call and you
whirlpool at 3:57, distance about a 'Villard Bessie-.Lot 4 Block ,2, Eau G\lle. . ..II :;7.37e .. ..09Wi11iam's 6 p. m.Leave I will be sure to get suIted.
--file. and went through the whirlpool, F B. .. .. Lot G mock 91, Em Ga11ie. . . 1G E 37e .... .(0Wi11ianis 6 a.m.Arrive.Eau Gallic Wednesday and Saturdayat I ...
f : g the Canada shore. She was again Win E. I.ot 4 Block 93: Fats Gal he. .... .. Jlj.H:' 37e. . .IMJ at Titusvillo. Wednesday and Saturdayat7p.m. NO PATENT, NO PAY.
'Iualied into the river and passed the Towttopids YateS Needham. [PW 1 of n e 1-4, arrears fur'SI80 & '7918 a7!' 31()e iO.40 3.28 for 3Icchanical dc-
'' Sui i', B. .. . :. Spanish G'nt, All, lrntr Sl, 80& 'iJ 42 i 34C S 3SS:? 141.36 Is th. BEST. 5o rtpsr. PATENTS'Obtained Designs,
!. reaching LewLtou safely. Nopeon' Spl11iJ Gn't, All, arrears 81, SO& 7.30 2h HE: 3.10t6 6.72 PAYSONS Used with any r/M.pen lor markIntr and J.allt.l.i.U preliminary examination
was on board. Forty thousand Spani--h G'nt, .All, arrears 81, SO & .944 rJ, 3e; lU<,i 8.72 a atlTeworkonlln'-n.anJ'labnc.,Popular-.-T ersons were on the banks and witnessed G' lt, All, arrears 31, SO & 7Pt :f) 3.j e 330,7 G.52 I tennlalfIDLL EsUbUii dOOycan.& Diploma.I Sold by anis I everywhere. Adflress-LOUIS .\GGE1.tCU.
the trip of the boat lSpanish l < ,5Utwaersaewedgt'a Solicitors of Patents, Washington. ,D.C.


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1.: MISPRONOUNCED, "WORDS.- '1Pid tusbJ"October: '15' to -January>LDeejr Agricultural., 'Niagara grapes, they: gathered everything Domestlc' conomtf'r;:'

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cover ;
September I to January 1. -
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:'j Gs n1aglEiii not Does vine covered with -
; 2 gim'-in nor was that every f'
l).L.G irijoDr$81conduct a nonsectarian ,Let not farmers be disturbed'by the 'UTEBISCUIT.-Onepinttd '
L' iiBV-44"1 *"** *l white clqth ,had all the buds killed
: ; ; ; or buttermilk one' '
' convention of Christian worken .
NT fears of some that track-farming will. :
sr: itftw yil,tlymgh tuiftntninggflmTnrmto ; "lD while those that were covered with two teaspoonfuls melted
clerical'and" Chicago
.layv on make ,
DOt het fu bi'mtaral"ed,' andtherrencflptoanadatiort > not pay'!.' Thosewho'expectto' dark cloth and those not covered at all to make soft dough'
ind 2Q : just
September 18 19 Mr.Sankeywill $
sudden fortunes .aWI
by itmaybedisap
, ..." -+ '.- .. to' :alone' proper.Gpe bepreeentand; will lead the.musical .. numberof were not.injured( in the least. to handle-mix, roll and cut B? .,.
"giPe not glpe nor gap.OaflennB pointed, and as a considerable: for tallpole
have partiality'
Hawks a
with little 'V
close of the I j as
exercises. At the convention -
= not men at'all trades become;Impatient .
-1i +DIi tass'eus."Wtmftttnr the i/
from whence they,can survey
E; tOom *i'eua.' the two evangelists. will return. to and disgusted if fortunetalIa to respond :: bake in a quick oven : -'' 93::
about'October field before seizing their prey. heknowledge' BARED WHKAT.-JCrackedT= :' 4 :t'a
the East, and 1 they to their loose half-hand summons
Genealogy #n-e-al'o-jy, not Jencml'ojytnor ,
of this propensity' of the
'? jeneoTojy.GeBoioHenerMk ,will sail, ;for Ireland.. ;: it is very likely hart some of very nice dish.if baked:with titoji'tf Ji
the farmers sometimes
; not jen'- r-ik, nor. gales :January, 1 the dividends declared them in like manner will'retire from hawk' by water added from time to din i.' ;
the latter to erect poles at certain loca-
je-ne'-xik. ;; ?- -- ',,* by the various mining companies the truck farms.' Noboby 'has advised 'the of,which fastened I. needed, to allow the wheat to tati H
tions at top are
It should
Geraad-jeY-undj not je'rund. aggregate :16,916,412, as compared the fanners to drop everything else and which close whea the eloWlyfor fr li"'i:i

Giaour jowr,.not gi'-oor, ji-our'. nor : with $9,950,384,! during the first eight go to truck-farming, but to diversify steel hawks spring alight traps on them., : six hours, and it will then befolit'...

,j65r., months of 1882 and $10,288,349 for, the with truck, and thus increase the probability be remarkably sweet' and'It 1Mc1 F

: Thto: knot rtricUj'& common word, corresponding period of 1881, showinga of profit. Truck-farming compels Bees range to a great distance in is delicious if baked wi>4:_

of Eastern romance, and,of falling off of $3,033,972 as compared the, adoption of the "intensive" search of,honey. As fences are no pro- stead of water,but will then need L.

Byron,would hardly class it otherwise; with 1882, and ,$3,371,937 comparedwith system of farming, and it thus pays by tection against their raiding; ,,on neigh- attention when in the oven- to jnt. \'l{ ,

, but whether or not, it is so universally 1881., enriching the soil ''for other crops-that boring fields bee-keeping is often prac- scorching. '1*' W

mispronounced as to claim admissionin ticed by those who have but little ,
BAKED Eoos.-] 1
. truck re t i: or airy
this catalOgTtfJiGibbetJlb'bet TAPIOCA CUP PUDDING.-Thli is may be planted after the is garb -
and the honey thus procured is nearlyall
not(g bard)gtb'-bet. very light and delicate for invalid ere clear for but little assistance
A' constant ,remembrance of the An even tablespoonful of best tapioca of early vegetables, and thus pays by that each whole and does not e&eroieh

' .. elementary rule, g (and c) bard before soaked for two hours in nearly a cup saving more costly articles of food, and is required by bees in the shape of arti- upon the otheis so much as' to-BUI tr

a, 0 and' u;, soft ,before e, i andy, will of new milk ; stir into this the perk of as such early productions may enter ficial food. disturb the yelks. Sprinkle with pepp:
tide us over the danger of mispronuncla- W. P. Atherton ,in a paper on the and salt
,, and put a bit of
markets in the butter .
tion hen and in similar cases. a fresh egg, a little sugar, a grain of great countries where $.:
of fruit trees read before Maine
Glamour- 1A'-mObr, Dot g>dm-mar. salt, and bake it in a cup for fifteen they cannot be produced at that season, care a each. Put into an ovenandbake itfL,
I horticultural told the follow-
.Worcester"''justifies'gla'mer,but the minutes. A little jelly may be eaten is is wholly unreasonable, nay, nonsen- society the whites are well set. Serve very tot,t
toff : "A farmer dismissed a hand because
former is conceived to be the more ele with it> sical, to argue that it will not pay to with rounds of. buttered toast or*tti t,
be set only nine trees in a day wiches.
gant. send them there. Let farmers .
-Mulch raspberries if want go on v fa
your you
Gneiss-nis, not nes nor gnes, them to bear well. Do this all winter learning how to prepare the soil, how during his absence ; ,the next day beset FRENCH PuFFS.-A.. pint1'of' nj.:

Gondola n'-do-1a not g5n-du'-la. to cultivate how to and the balance of 100 himself. When milksix ounces of flour four
and in the spring till the fruit be pack ship, ttEsa ,Wf\

Gourmand-g 'mend, not gorinand. '- gathered-rough straw or wilted green what varieties to plant, how to market, they bore, fruit, the nine set by the saltspoon of salt; scald the milk at*,

weeds will answer.It in a word how to produce at the'lowest hired man proved to be more :valuable pour over the flour, beat until sneoetl,,,

Gout=gowt, not gooL practical cost, and results will take care than the ninety set by himself. whisk the eggs to a froth and add to lit
is said that the smell of fresh #
.Government.- g v'-em-ment, not paintin of the profits. Carey Smith says in the /wtca Homestead I flour and milk,when sufficiently>..*
a room may be effectually gottenrid : "Three tons of 100 bushels
J v'-er-ment.. Feeding Quality and Yield. hay or Have ready kettle of boiling lard,oft "

Gramercy:-gra-mer'-sy, not gram'- of by placing therein a pail of water A writer of the Country Genttema of corn, or one animal pastured per drop one teaspoonful of batterat a Umt:<
in which a few onions have been sliced.
acre means plenty of To
er-sy. has the following to say ,regarding the manure. into the lard, and fry a light browi;, ,

This:word was formerly in more frequent BY a recent decision of Judge Nel- feeding of dairy cows for quality and make two blades of grass grow where sift white sugar over them or eat witi-.

use to express thankfulness with son the Chinese ten year law does not "To only one grew before, is more a matterof syrup.
, yield :. produce first-class gilt-
surprise. apply to Chinamen from Hong Kong- manure than brains yet brain
power DESSERT.-Make
edge butter from a herd of Jersey cows, a as if,foe
Granary-grSn'-a-ry, not gra'-n3-ry. that Island being a British possession.Half the food must be pure and wholesomeat may come to our aid in the work of waffles ; to one pint of milk allow two,

Gratis-gr '-tis, not grtt'-iL putting the manure where it will do
the coal used in Russia is all times. Weeds in pastures or bay'destroy eggs and enough flour to thicken; erteaspoonful

Grenade-gre-nide', not'gr n-i de. imported .there, notwithstanding the the fine'ayor of the butter. the most good. of baking powder short t!to-

Guardian-gar'-de-an' ,orgard'yan. ,not country.has immense beds want of Rag weed and others are as injurious The from Kansas City Live Stock Indicatorfinds stirred into the flour. Fill a sufficient ,

'*gSr-dS-an..' transportation facilities is the cause. in a manner as wild onions. The next assessors' reports that the number of teacups with this and froit .
Guerilla ge-ril-la not gur-ril-la. crop of dogs is growing less in that
-Lancaster is proud in the possessionof great point is cleanliness, commencingat in layers. Then set the cups in tt e'.
Guerdon geV-don gwer'-don nor State. In 1881 there were 144,104
two sunflowers steamer and let the water boil
jer-don. big measuring respectively the yards and stables, and ending while in 1882 there "ere only 129,328. .under

forty-two and forty-nine with the finishing of ,the butter. To neath it for a full hour. Serve while- '
Guild gndnot, gild. That looks well for the sheep interests.
inches in circumference.IT wet a cow's teats while milking is a hot with sugar and cream. Any: +m .
Guipure not gwi -pure. unfortunately the 1882
go-pur, dogs,
Gunwale gun'-neL ThIa' nautical has been stated that the increaseof filthy practice, and should never be though. in smaller numbers. killed more is nice for this, or raw apples chopped._ -

the orthodox wing of the Society of tolerated. If these rules are strictly fine. .e
word is sometimes and improperly sheep than the 18S1 dogs did. The VEAL CUTLETS A LA MILAKAQLI.
Friends in America has been 13,000/ adhered to and the modern dairy fix smallness of the :
spelled irunnel. dog does
crop not seem -Brown some veal; cutlets quickly hv
from 1872 to 1882. tures employed, the result will be satis- *
Gutta to work desirable
Percha-g-ta p&-sha, not
hot lard
; then take them out the pin
1 t',ta p '-ka UNHAPPY PHILADELPHIA.-According factory. If it is not, then the dairy, Aylesbury ducks have long been con- and thicken the hot lard with floor ,

Gyrfalcon-Jir'-faw-tn, not jer-fal- to the Record, 11G cases of divorce maid has neglected something, or she sidered by most breeders of this class of stir until the flour browns;then pour .

kun. are now upon the records of the courtsof does not understand the business. 1. fowls as standing at the head, all things hi sufficient water to make the gravy g
tttJottings. have noticed in valuable the
that your paper
t city. being taken into accountand the best variety the consistency of cream. Fry IICD
statement of a correspondent that if
-Baroness Burdett Coutts single a of ducks known. Their distinctive finely minced onion in butter;then add .
cow yields a large amount of butter it
ornament at the last ball of the London characteristics consist of a plumage of it to the gravy. Put in the veal cutlet
will be of inferior
an quality on accountof
season was a solitaire worth unspotted white, a pale, flesh-colored and place round them about six sliced ,
outlook this week
THE business the large quantity of food reqdired
$140,000 bill ; a dark, prominent eye; orange tomatoes. Season to taste. Simmer gently
while particularly cheerful, affords to produce it. I assert that to be a
for -Dried or wilted leaves of the wild legs, stately carriage, prolificness and about two hours or until the cutlet,
no grounds great apprehension. delusion. Take, for instance, Mr. excellent
cherry are poisonous to cattle. The quality as market birds. The are tender. ,
Trade is dull and prices'generally
Darling's young cow Bomba, nowadmit-
leaves not weight of the grown fowls averages, if COCOANUT PIE. the of
green are poisonous. -Open eyes a.
tending downward; but'money is easy ted to be the queen of her family, and properly fed from ten to twelve
THE August Report of the cotton poundsa cocoanut with pointed knife or gimlet,
and in limited request. Legitimate business full sister to F. M. Carryl's young buL
pair (duck and drake .
crop' makes a bad'showing excepting hi ) The ducks and pour out the milk into a cup; then
is favored by'the banks, but loansfor Trailer, who, from all present indications -
often weigh eight and ten pounds break the shell and take out the meat
speculation are contracted and meet Florida, Arkansas and Tennessee. is destined to be the coming bull i

little favor. The bank reserves of New -Water-melon rinds preserved with and king of the nio er-Violet-Alpbea each. The ducks are prolific lay and grate it fine. Take the same weightof

York, our great commercial centre, green ginger and limes make a delicatesweetmeat. family. Bomba was not overfed dur- ers.where Instances 300 have been known sugar and the,grated nut and stir together
eggs have been obtained and ,
beat four the
foot up near $6,500,000, with Treasury ing her official test. To make a cow ; eggs "
from two ducks in
one year, besides yolks separately to a stiff foam mind
payments of about $5,000,000 for called give her a of food ;
-There are 6,000,000 miles of fencing pay variety good of a which of them
one sat twice
an of thee
one of cream and the milk
cup ,
bonds, so that a monetary stringency is in the United States. bulky nature, as much as you can gets the other

but little if at all feared. Imports a reThe her to eat up clean, with plenty of pure once during the time, th cocoanut with the sugar and nut, tht p
peanut crop in this country i three nests giving thirty ducks. add
young the and a few drops of oraDCt,
less. The exports equal to the general water to drink, and not allow her to be eggs
valued at $3,000,000.English It is also claimed for'les'Lury ducks or lemon extract. Line deep pietinswith
average of past seasons. Railroad earn beaten,worried or excited and
; you may
that their consumption of food is less the
nice with
a crust them
,, ,
ings are satisfactory and speculation be assured that the food will not injure than

only is dull. ,The possibility of a panic is Wealth Coming to the quality of her butter. Any practical maturity any at other an sorts early, age besides as obtaining custard, and bake carefully half an
comparedwith hour.
scarcely maintained,but here and therea man knows when
testing a cow
America common ducks,and being far more CREAM PlIn's.-Melt half a cup of
sporadic case of bankruptcy ruin that if he overfeeds her she will surelygo
marketable from their superior appear butter in one cup of hot water ,and,,
appears; but'general business on the off her feet inside of three days, and
whole'is prosperous and promising. In Of late years it has become the habitof probably be sick from indigestion. ance when plucked. The females are while boiling, beat in one cup of floor;

good sitters and excellent mothers. then take off the stave and cool ; when
finance, as in other things, "it is the unexpected wealthy English peers to own a considerable I That ends the test until she recovers
The Toulouse goose is one of the cool, stir in three one at a time,
that happens," and panics that amount of property in the her health. It is sheer folly to try to eggs,
to be United States, and others Lord most popular, on account of its size, without beating; drop on tins quickly
are predicted are apt always prepared among force a sixteen or eighteen pound cow

forand forth treason very seldom Rosebery is now the possessor of a to yield twenty-one pounds of butter in early development, good laying qualityand and bake about twenty-five minutes Inn
tender and well-flavored flesh. I a moderate oven. For the cream:
seen under such circumstances. tremendous estate in Virginia, on seven days. There is no food known to

Martin,Chattin of Chester Valley, which, an American gentleman tells dairymen that will do it." color, the breast and abdomen are lightgray Half pint of milk, one egg, three tablespoons

Pennsylvania, recently set a hen with I I me, the arrangements for making I it ; the back dark gray ; the neck of sugar, two large tablespoonsof

Farm Notes. darker gray than the back ; wings and flour; boil same as any mock cream
the usual, number, of eggs, productive are largely carried on. In
alli One of the best crosses between fowls abdomen shading off to white under and flavor with lemon. When baked,
laid looking "financial ;
which but one had been by over a record" of the
is the mating of a Houdan cock and a part of the body white. The the fill with
skin of the open side of each puff and
ship. In due course of time the eggs States, I also notice that the Duke of
Brahma hen which produces not onlyan breast and abdomen show
hatched out, the happy mother bestowing Sutherland holds five million dollars in a tendency to cream.
I unusually large fowl but also an excellent hang down in folds, nearly touching the TnE COMMODORE'S CHOWDER.'
all her motherly affection on the their funds, Sir Thomas Brassey a like
I class of laying bens. The cross ground. This detracts much from the Take four tablespoons of chopped onions
chicks hatching from the she had sum, and the Baroness Burdett-Coutts
eggs ,
also combines hardiness,early maturity market value of the breed, as it gives that have been fried with slices of salt
laid but the twenty
utterly repudiating productof
No words and quick feathering. the impression of greater age than the : pork, two pilot biscuits broken up, one
the one alien egg. A twomonthsold can express much the
world Samuel Miller, of Missouri, 'to theend goose may actually possess. The bill tablespoonful minced sweet marjoramand
owes to Most
rooster or biddy, taking compassionon 8 rroW. of the
of increasing crops of potatoes of the Toulouse goose is pale flesh color one of sweet basil, one-fourth bottle
the helpless little outcast, adopted it Psalms were born in a wilderness ,
when seed is new and high-priced, and the legs and feet deep in of catsup, half a bottle of port wine,
most of orange,
and became a virtual, mother toscratchingfor it, Epistles were written In a
plants the tubers in boxes early by a clined to red. It is easily fattened half a grated nutmeg, a few cloves and
it and sheltering it underits prison. The greatest thoughts of the ,
stove and starts the sprouts, and when sometimes reaching the peppercorns six pounds ef fresh cod
enormous ,
diminutive wings in true hen style.I greatest thinkers have all passed
three inches in height they are removed weight of fifty or sixty pounds to the and sea-bass cut in slices ; putall in a
am sorry to add that a duck has since through fire. The greatest poets have
killed the little biddy. "learned in suffering what they taughtin and set out,and the operation continuedseveral pair, while its cross with the common pot,,with water enough to cover it

times.Experiments. goose is thought to be about an inch boil it steadily for an
even larger than ;
is In bonds
GAME LAw.-The following a list song. Bunyan lived the
at the Canadian Model the pure breed. For hour stirring it Serve hot in
breeding ; carefully.
of periods during which the game laws allegory that he afterward indited, and only twoor
Farm show that a cow previous to calving three geese should with a large, deep dish.
go one Toulouse
prescribe that the game mentioned maybe we may thank Bedford Jail for the -
should be eonfined
to a straw and gander. The
shot Woodcock, July 4 to January "Pilgrim's Progress." Take comfort geese produce thirteen lecture
: hay diet and completely dried off; that to fifteen each. George J. Romanes, in a recent
L Plover, July 15 to January 1. afflicted Christian When God is aboutto the eggs After the in Manchester told of the benevolence
milking periods should be has sat ,
only oncea goose a day or two;thirteen
Bail bird, September 1 to December 1. make pre-eminent use of a man, he day for awhile, then once in two days, should be given. The period of incuba eggs of a cat. A hungry and miserably
Heel bird September 1 to December 1. puts him in the fire. thin
and the stranger cat came into
prolonging intervals as long as tion is from twenty-eight to i
Squirrel, September 1 to January 1. it is safe to to so. days and Tabby was observed carrying

Wild fowl, September 1 to May 15. ANew Orleans paper says that dignity At a recent meeting of the South Long silk some of her own meal to the wanderer. -

Buffel grouse, October 1 to January L kills a picnic. But there is little Haven and Casco Pomological Society the gloves are finished around Soon,seeing that the hungry cat was
Pinnated grouse, October 1 to January chancefor dignity with one of the party Mr. Joseph Lannin related the following I. color of the by two glove.deep ruffles of lace the yet satisfied, Tabby went and brought

1. Quail, October 15' to January 1. trying to kick some red" :ants,out of his curious incident: Early in"the evening I of the same shade Sometimes is tied ribbon out a new supply of meat, which the '

Babbitt October 15 to January 1. trousers',rage about the stranger seemed to accept with every '
.. fearing a frost might injure his I end of the grave in a small or large bow. .
evidence o!gratitude .





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1 8t4f.a..ring_ :_ .. a't' -r. !
. '<',-, 4..ui:: !. <_ "{, tlD: ... r "L.I. 1rLg ... e her' she turned' f--awat''and" flitteVTback: obscuring their sisters' Vision. Her this summer, and.weeks ago they asked,

!',,:".1: J.l, .>Y J4g.1ear; .,:" "'. ,- f-. J' totheparlori "'-*- 1 ...1- first .point of" attack is ,h e"at&rcbed their mother if.she would give her.con-
!..-r; ,. ,bough'' ."for"whoa: ,to*the t Again; Mrs.. Bt. Rose urges her to stag shirt front.. This we surrender at once.' sent She shook her head rather sadly-

" ,.,.., doeassiw< ; r--overhead. ; the,bla.ot>> .A. .. ..I' the JDOrJ11IP .;:ftl'ftflBvery with her,"andthls time.she consented. And so on until we.are reduced.'almost "Where is the money,to come from,

, '. )r... J'V'j.(,.,.,-"_." ;.3.., >.-.._,,., fond of this little elaterofhly nd very But the words blurred and.the.lights to the condition which Eve succeededin I Diy dears ?"
'f1 "JAec1 ..m.a !. m. tender'40f'her.'faoltsi/igopd; 'Hal i it := dazzled for Neil ,with 'his ''Bessie that nebitd aaoth ea in'leades e :Maudupon; making improper for Adam to appearin knew, if Hal did. not,
'wJtC. ;tt"t.,. .. .:.n .n t I Truthie, we.are invited to' Mrs. St. arm, went out'as she dune in. on1 the day when that wretched there was no money to spare.' Hrs.W.,

: 1'rutIecnl.. the chill,tea breeze :Bose's for to-not w vening. ':f"H After the Bong she flirted desperately. couple indulged too a' paints pictures, and is sometimes paid
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.;'!!\. nrcJrit\l tJ."JI J .., ;o ,**." 'V I" The color. wDich. iittli'lied; aieen. with Bert St. Rose for_twenty minutes vegetation deit. Then It was that very wjll for them, and sometimes,,
othe, 'lonely 'flower I beat. able'to cmbii: td her'}icheeTss ; and then slipped away to rejoin Hal.' women first provoked the, dress uscm- alas! the pictures not ,And pear

,t 1 ".... tli-. rhea lolly.,.flogged dad brightly nOW. 12. She ran::down the piazza steps;turned sion and it has remained 'with her chasers.
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,f ti aroo4 1'r' t.sad Mrs. St. Eoee was;Nea-Gaynor's % around clump of shrubbery,and there, fruitful topic ever' since. Up to that "if you and Bessie can Jmahage to

J- "" : '. cumber,: icoldneM'and i ter, thet,most.deli htfui 'lady!In:existence in the shadow-of-locust tree'," stood a time there was no question as to what earn. enough to' pay.'your. expenses" .. ., you.
rt,:l T,'Wad?4aecay/a sweatees<* -*'*to tbe-,,5; I who lived-at.-:a .cba i&, p pair of lover J Afc tS was and what was not"rational" dress. may go to WildrosevUla in August. ",'*"

: Aid make the dad earth happier i for 1 called Homeparka,and twice year gavi& She conld on1t?see.11E butlfipe o the But Eve listened to the Worth of her said the mother. ,

"..Ik, ..' 'tbeirbloom.. "" a large'dirty. .Jt "*t &} UJ'i i 'ivr man's' .form,, inthe gloomsbnt of ,day," and here we are'after centuries of Now some children would have said,...

:.t T: .yy I,1, .'.rant, "..::1..', I xf'She is rather late.with,.her. party this course it'was Neil Gaynor, for -the evolution, each sex wearing 'a fashionof "What's.the use\ of ''trying?" Not soy
.e'j'.: r ) ,bJ 0atiliftl0lan l : ;! r.: '"'' -'JI;..*.*,*" ,.?, i';*-, : -, glow of a Chinese,lantern.struck :Maud fig.leat-which the other knows to be Bessie and Hal, who are young, Americans

,'_," .N3u. y : ::, G -"I believe she'hasbeen waitrngfbr Myrtle's face while it was* lifted ten- ridiculous, and yet are no nearer a solution and have plenty of pluck and.

} < j ..,. .... ':... ,- : .her come down from themoun- derly to his,as,bending,he kissed those, ,of the vexed I problem than were : persistence. .They shook all thejlrpenr: >

f; 1IJi .iuJJittl ,Truuiieyo." ,. 'd-b itei'. 'tains,".8aid.Hal'xareft. Jn;:thobsing:'.a. beautiful lips, and as Truth paused, our un'.vortbyprogenitors on that November nies out of- their.,saving' banks *
F 'iay sII this'to heart.'; tlr stalk of celery;. ..'.t'. > J7. -'. ., .',4' breathless, she saw a ring' slipped on afternoonlwheRtheywere evicted counted them"and'added to .thUr sum,

This.was the end of:handsome:HaJ. .. rave;,. you.ever seep this Miss Myr- that snowy hand trims: : : noise: from-,the Garden of Eden. 'Is them no sev*'ral silver pieces< which".bad been.

: Ja1e' long, lecture.. .to his 4 pretty co- tle ?" asked Truth"glad"that; he was not With'a sob she and fled 'compromise possible? If we yield given them. ,, about. the Fourth of Julyv
: losing at- herd fI n81ng\out Theraecret lessly as a zephyr. by uncles and. cousins'.fryest'in torxjpedoes. 1
.. 'Eh StI ,T'lth.k ,a < "' points on our side,will our daughters,
=:, ,Uek.Jtin t* iaimtoa .. Jt..eroretheusually" shefeUsojnlserabJytraiiparent; She reached the,rose arbor by another wives and sisters meet us half way ? They had not wasted.a penny

,.' -c1o r, phQsatnppnrthp..JDwer, .poor little, .. thing, "" path. Will the abandonment of the high hat on torpedoes, and when.they, footed up-,
,...' 'l&rJrin. pout1 .. and pliyi.gtrfih ....,"fgr;r.yes; (j r-have t'7 Mek'-hern rn'l; nl"'J l'epIld) She rushed into the fragrant gloom purchase abstinence from the flower their wealth, amounted to three dol-

a JsyCM.4n' :. JiT-! ....-/. ;: O11 \ ( Hal-carelesBlyf dodging'bebina the big and flung herself upon the half-incum. and feather.trimmed monstrosities lais. With this Bessie bought good,

w.ra. P ,..bouquet pf liliis in the centre of" the bent figure on the.rustic seat., which furnish the milliners a luxurious many yards of strong,'brown gingham.

.: sedoas Ieptt t1)\it-Neil Gap ftabIt; topreveDt her looking'!llim.. "Oh, dear Hal, take .me home I existence? With the giving up of of a close checked pattern. After she-

tile 1ait:; t.Tjlit1!' _sutlnmer IQ_,1 u piety,fs -t eh. ...... ..t ;; '. I, want to go I cannot'stay here I Neil 'starched collars, cuffs and shirt fronts brought it home you might have hearda
trbse heart Ihe'was playing with as I. dV'n.. r Gaynor is engaged. to.hist cousin; and gain the abolition of an equal number sewing machine singing merry tunew
. ,iI hsdplayedwith .a score of other "Have you seen much of her?" it's all my fault. I ,refused him. I of. starched skirts and lace-trimmed As its little needle flew up and down*

; Imn since the lovely'season .at. Mt'ebegan. -' r". didn't dare tell you. But oh, I'm so petticoats? Will our return to sandajbsaeaifdeath" the settms'it"eeemedYto', say;--wtth'1w.. :to
"'Vhe .e ?" miserable. You don't need to scold,met to French heels? Will quick click,click;click,' *

"IfNeil8? were 'a*noodle like Fitz' ."Neil used to bring her to the as: Hal As soon as he had gone I knew-I our absolute desertion) of barbers secure Hal and Bessie are going I gueM*:. ', .: r.

4'geal8,ora fool like Markham,Truthie., aemblies;'last winter." loved him. He's so brave, good and temperance in the use' 'of ricepowderand Upthe beautiful mountains. .. "
... Where the streamlets flowwhere 'thtrV -
,(' ',f' \! "I', .If splendid. How..pould I help it? I was
Haifcad t\ : ,
I wuldtffflSe7' .; ,saidj Baffar /'Ohl'V ,, arsenic lut.ions.? t.When these green ferns grow,
you jn1Yo amuse yourself t play* The red faded out of;Truth's' cheeks silly ; but I.fetS.unhappy.enough now. question are answered..hi the aflirma-' In the spray of the snowy fountains.

'JB(.bide.sad: *ek.with a royal, fellow again. Oh, Hal, taide mi homo I i&y.heartwiU tive we'will give, in bur allegiance tot*' Hal and Bessie. they 'mean,I guess,... ..

, lie'Xeil won't do; in,.fact, ,.he won't. She had.not been/to the assemblies; break 1"f ,new. thud it, ash you'll never have another sheuWa tendency tor cough, and thedoctor'had The arms which had closed so quickly we shall cling manfully to the right to With, their.own.bright golden money.<< '

neb,an offer, you silly, spoiled little forbidden- it*;and Neil Gay- about her drew her closer.In incase our bodies in stiffened linen and I see that you are puzzling your-
IMB,ai long&s you live. So take my nor, did not dance. :' : all his life Hal had Never failedto torture ourselves in any other way we brains over the wonder what my dark-

. aMoe and marry.him_ offhand like a Why, then:had he taken this pretty be tender when she repented of her may see, fit.. / ....>' eyed Bessie ,was making,, while Hal.
'WMMO/and tave tl no more of'this.fiirt7 cousfoj, ;Maud Myrtle to them ? '* follies. i> danced a jUt as each finished thing was
For Our Youth.
"* > v "Don't scold me:Hal?:I'm punished .
Jq.". ; Obviously only please her.J neatly folded and laid away in a.flat
Ell bad tomecl"'over in'the hammock .She was a good dancer, she had heard; enough, Hove hinTso, and have"lost NEAR- ,AND FAR-SIGHTEDNESS. basket. As 'you never will find out, .

sM taken up his book. andwho was very fastidious, pronounced : him !" Near-sighted boy and girls are often I will tell you.. She, made a dozen-
Iritk had-twisted her chain t until she I Ir bee pretty. {i. { "Are you sure, little girl ?" surprised find how much farther their aprons such as working men wear to .
,'We it. ...* r -' a \ VTrutn. pushed away her meringue un- It wasn't Hal's voice. companions can see.'than themselves. protect their clothing from soil and'

She was.still pouting, but the flush tasted. Truth canght a quick breath as that Some can tell the'time of day indicatedby dust, and when they were done ,Hal

lad cUed off, her dimpled cheeks, and The color did- not come. back into therounded strange yet familiar voice went on-: a distant church-clock, where they took the basket. on his'arm" andwent to*
then*sa'a"8U5p'icious moisture in her cheek. "Are you sure that you love me, cannot even'make out the clock itself. I a great' building where: hel saw menemployed '

She'could not tell Hal that his shafts what she_would wear to Mrs. St. Rose'1" so dear I cannot ff be*' trifled- with again.'?e"Yet" ,bodies well-known to astronomers-and in another, and there be offered'the-

ff troth,had gone home. x Whatever. it might be she' was. sureaud'Myjtle's "Vpii">.* '-It .. .c r "5 .a.. .:'r..# .i with which any boy or girl nay..becomel( aprons'for. sale. He asked .a quarterof
BLe #netT''well enough that NeiGynoi :' would'be prettier. familiar. a dollar apiece.. for them, and he

Was "just splendid."""" She was very fashionable and Neilhad "I-lam all in the.dark 1 ly stammered R L'The a famous.. constellation I sold the dozen in a hour. Bessie, 'went

Btu had learned already by'the an eye for dainty costumes.: Truth, trying toffee herself .v ,. .with. which. 'is associated, a'tradition on making and Hal 'went"on' selling
.#.nly way with which he, received her: No sign of Neil that evening, nor all But the:"gentle arms held...her,' yet: -- coming' ,down" from Grecian' times'that the useful aprons to men who were glad, 1

reined the previous evening. the neit'long,'right day, though the more firmly. one of its stars suddenly disap of the.chance, to:buy them,until they Ii

:'"'Shelved hum very mueh as a friend, St. Bose. carriage had gone by, 'Neil "So am 1, unless 'you say once. more*" peared.. ,An eye of ordinary.powert=can had disposed'of do Jess thaatiWa>sunr.z .

kt she tether," she had said, her golden bead Miss Myrtle was beautiful I.' "Say-'I love you, Neil" !' "- _. ? can count:eleven, and somd withextraordinary Another girl who* wanted" *'money,**' *

as high AS possible in the air, and her Truth saw that she was a 'charming It was very darkielse, Truth; blushing powers can, discern thir- ,not for herseif,' but for charity,'to be- .
to the :roots of her-goldqa:: ,baii r
pee wandering as far as it could from brunette, with a cherry-red mouth, and "";.. .entand'rfourteehl With ;a telescopethe stow on some poor, children'a h) were
nevethavi said ihem.t' Mw .
I tile Itlioos attention his handsome curling black lashes. could ?- number: visible: : varies from JiffY to in need, went every day for a month to-
tray eyes.- She was talking to Neil with the most But very sincere .soundedVthef sweet,V a hundred.
They were such clear, frank beauti- delightful animation, and he was listening voice- ; ';$ "-*i' 4.* \\<-4i'*- :.Fve ybody knows"the Great Dipper.' ', lady whose eyeswere' failing, tut: who, .
uI love you; Ne1 i" "s. .+. star' in the handle has wanted to and. ,\
ndeyeiC ; .R with an enjoyable smile.If The middle 'a hear.the psalms chapter E
They haunt her sleep that night : she had been crying again, when "My darling !" .- companion star, which a tolerably good she loved, and also to know what was: 1

She :woke. up sand thought by ,the she came down dressed for the party, There was nodoubtrrmi tiust 'to eye'can detect A str ng "eye can d& going on in'the The lady paid 1:

moonlight,"and felt very small and cologne and a dash of pearl powder had make his 'voice cold now, and Truthie ,teat a third and fainter star. .It;; requires her liberally for her rouble. .
s1 elteringarmS
meta.1 concealed all results about the 'pretty nestleJ in those in a the best eyes to pick out the There is a, boy who writes a wonder-- .

Whatdid make- i her' such an insincere- eyelids. delicious happiness. moons of Jupiter, but this has been fully good clear 'hind, almost equal th ':

kifcr she could not understand.' She wore white and knots of cherry "But Neil," she whispered at last, done by a few. It is comparativelyeasy an engraving. tjis namB.-is Ambrose;. i

She knew that there were not blossoms, and looked gentle and sweet "whom did I see with Maude Myrtle?" to see them when two are in con- He is in request among the ladies' who
many "Hal I He loves her to
sea like Neil Gaynor. enough for a nun or a bride, Neil Clay- distraction., suspect.met at the junction, and thus a larger surface to knew him to writ8-their. names.on their.
They assemblyballs
Instead thought when he saw her. the eye. It may afford no little amuse- visiting cards. ,.
of being grateful for love, nor ,
last winter and he visited her at
.. **J had She'crested her head, like a He bowed pleasantly. sister's, when she, in ment to our readers to test their vision Other boys..earn,1 money/with their-
was town.They
fllj bird, and declined it ? iHe had Maud on his arm ; he seemed have my been in correspondence"alli'summer by experimenting, some clear nght> on printing presses% .,..orby,weeding, in the-.

Andhe'had not uttered an angry or devoted to her, Truth thought. but Hal wasn't sorVof Maud-she the constellations: we'have mentioned. t neighbors' gardens, going errands*V ,. ox
> raacbful word-had not accused herm "lie finds her kinder than I, and she uncommon nice and ABOUT! .EAKKINO. MONET. Some lending a hand generally.J
is has
flirting,(,called her "a heartless is far, far prettier!" she murmured.She such an .. girl of the boys have written to, the post- If you,wish tOr be of ,use, you '.must ,
but so many lovers-and begged me to get mistress asking her to tell them how keep on the lookoutin own neish- *
quettas the others did-only felt as if she were choking; your
.this eVening'to
him a :, ;peak
they earn a, little'money during borhood. Above all things be -
bated she must not be a baby there. may punctual
1 silence'and left her courteous-
.. with her alone..< ,down here
l1. She forced herself to chat, and sing, Became vacation. One bright eyed little man : ,steady and honest, showing ,that.

Bat those clear, beautiful eyes would and eat ices, keeping for the most part and I brought Maud he popped down, and out as of soon the -George:B., 'J!,.,:'is his name-has you are worthy of trust.I .
ant be forgotten. with Hal, though he was strangely pre- as we appeared solved the. problem for himself. H.has have a great deal of respect for-
in. I
arbor and I howit
flbe.fobbed a little on her pillow, try- occupied, and spilled cream and blundered wheu they strolled guessed a boat called the PocahontaSj,and,as his Such a little girl as Cassie R. (ten years;
Jig to declare that she didn't care. over ladies' dresses in a most unusual but I dreamed of the little homed near a favorite summer resort, old), who picked berries all throughthe
And for him. visited. during the season by numbers of long hot days of last summer, sold
,now, with morning, comes way who had given me 'such heartache '
Hal'i aerioug interference though hebew.DOthing Truth asked him to take her into the people from the city, he rows passengers them, and thus earned the money t!>
rushing in here and making her
garden at'last, and he did so. me across a certain little stream at subscribe for the Ohio Press which sh>a
about last evening's scene. father-confessor.'?
fine what sheIMId Part was illuminated with Chinese five cents trip. He intends to buy apony wanted so much that she was willingto :
jrw.really frightened at His hand rested tenderly her *
; on '
done lanterns and part in 1 moonlighted with his money when he shall ,work for it.
and dared not tell him-good head.
golden .
Hal,who was the kindest elder brother shadow ; but the moonlight,and the fragrance "Ob Neil she sighed "aren't ; have earned enough to pay for one.I- ,Honor: to willing workers Thoug&rI
want to you will not tell where lives this I do not want of
t aaughty girl ever had; for though she and music, made Truth glad that it was dark?" you George say any my
: .* laid to herself, "Neil will come cry worse than before-that strange, but it is not improbable that among my boys or girls to think that in itself

'-eku, even as Hal lectured, Mr. Neil lonely pain at her heart was so very hard Worm young friends there may be a half-dozen the pursuit of money is a very grand oir

Merv,on his black horse, Turk, rode to bear. The Turns, who, before vacation is over, may takea noble thing. Earn it for a purpose,.

IJcnr1r below the terrace, and, seeing Hal threw himself down on the seat From the sterner sex and from the eat in the pretty 'Focahontas, and and let that purpose be unselfish fro-,

***i did not pause-only raised his hat of a little rose-covered arbor, with along sterner members of her own sex poor have my brave little laddie for their lessor Agassiz once said, when urged.

&*passed? on.lteaeason sigh, which Truth observed, and asked defenseless woman has received an enormous ferryman. to lay aside his scientific pursuits and. '

was at an end, the people him if his new boots hurt him. amount of reviling for her corsets, Another boy of my acquaintance, engage in lecturing, so that he might.
** going home. He replied gravely that they did not her high heel, her bustles, her tight who expected a year or two ago to secure a fortune, "I have no time to

; Jn| if'he"went to town and shet although they were a very snug fit. shoes and the thousand and one other spend vacation wholly in townaskedhis make money." Everybody honored hirr;..

> aver saw him again ? "You had better run in and sing that things. which she imagines, make'her father's permission to learn some- for feeling that his lifework was above-,

:Attiatcame. over her eyes; the wind duet with Mrs. St. Rose, which you de- more charming. All this she has'en- thing about business life in the ten mere gain or loss. .
"" Jjjnea-among-the woodbine at the clined to do awhile ago, while I smokea dured up to the present, and with Saint- weeks_before_school should reopen. He Now I think you will agree with ,

rich: made her shiver. cigar," he said. "I will be here when ly patience ; but, at last,even the worm sought and found a place in an office, that you have bad .a long epistle,azd+, V

Poo ,remorseful little. Truthie you come back." brought to bay will turn and read his pleased his employers so well by his that it is time for me to 'sign myst 1..f.r'
nice to de- And the that when I loving friend,-Qhio-P a.s:::.
, *s Vang;up and ran away:at, last Perhaps she hadn't been accusers. peculiar thing about. promptness intelligence your

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months of July, August,and. September IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and In the 203 NORTH.. : ST., ,. T
I-- .
you caD buy $ LoW { T BocE' Honor latter tends to give good size,and quality and,early maturity.IT CHIOAOO 'HouiEt 188 A; 110 ITATB irmnr., _.,, .

cash Bates by paytngJuz$ a little cash SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED FOR PINE-APPLES. .. ,
down and, ce'NOYember lit, without J
Interest?'.It's'a dead sure -fact, and ( ;
you cant'save one red cent by postponing WALTON, WHANN & CO., *Rtii1IflUTOP Nci .

purchase until your.cotton- comes-. in. Wilmington, Del.
Here the&eI' 1I.r .' ,1
are W!HAVE THE "
J. )IJ!( '. Atk Captain McLean of tie sloop"AgneP to bri g you a tact of the I J

'Largest and Best Equipped Armory In the Torldi! '

Midsummer Special Oder. ,r .

$25 Cafl'do n'M'a Piano. "":::, ANDERSON,of Ormond,Agent'for East and South Florida. TESTING FIREARMS. WE HAVE MADE *


the balance ,November lit next ;
without one cent of Interest. Rock Bot Which *heeD adopted Bad mia wsli EVERY QUARTER OF THE GLOBE' -=*' .
tom Cash Bates. No interest advance Established 1826.MANUFACTURER .
In price. And, If,when pay-day comes, REMINGTON SHOT'GUNS
yon can't par all cash, we will give

longer time' with a reasonable increase ARE NOTED TOR THE GOOD RESULTS OBTAINED AT ALL RANGES. WE KB.*' .
t Ludden A Bates
otprlce. dickering TO ANYBODY WHO HAS USED THE !.
; MathushekKranich A Bach, Ballet Da-.
vis&; Co and Arion Pianos; Mason & ,
HamUn Packard Orchestral,I and Bay OUR HUNTING AND TARGET RIFLES

State Organs. Every grade'and style. I.-
All with maker's names, and fally guar- j.,. Haw tiles HIGHEST AWARDS at latenudoaal. Expcsk xa. and PRINCIPAL PRIZES k
anteed.. No stencil instruments sold. A Lcadia& v.

selection from over 300 styles from ten -. '
leading makers." Fifteen days' test trial '
21ven. We pay all freight instrument $
Ii not satisfactory. Six months exchange

privilege given.SPECIAL. ARE UNEQUALED. .

BARGAINSthis OP Strength Simplicity Durability Range .Penetration

month In our grand Clearing Out .: Precision Ease of Action and Rapidity of Fire.
Piano Sale. 100 first-class Pianos, nearly Axes Hatchets Picks
new,some not used a month, offered
from 050 to 9100 under regular price, on ,
easy payments of$35 cash and balance AND OTHER: EXTRA. QUALITY E. REMINGTON & SONS
810 monthly. Sold only to make room .
for fall stock. Write for Special Circulars TOOLS FOB PARKS AND PLANTATIONS.Also .
and full line of Piano and Organ NEW YORK OFFICE, 281 & 283 BROADWAY.

Catalogues. 'All sent free. Address FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS ARMORY, ILION, N. Y. ;' I

Lndden &. :Bates' Of ill sues"and prices from $5 to 930. Also Plowing HVhiim 49 SEND ILLOSTSATKO CATALOCUK.Wealeyan .

Fanners will receive valuable Information, catalogue, Ao.. ,
SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE by writing to the makers, Female College.: NOTICE OF INSOL VENCY. i "

COLLINS A CO., 212 Water St., New York.PARSONSEYbPILLS. MACOIT, GEo oxa.- In County Court .

SAVANNAH, GA.. The Forty-sixth Annual Session will Brevard County,

begin September 19th 1883. The most Florida.
ONLY S20. WHEREAS,Fanny A.Joyner Admlnb-
elegant College buildings in the South,
furnished with all modern appliances tratrix of the Estate of J.W.Joyner,deceased
late of Brevard Florida,
to the health and
looking happiness com having filed in the office of the County
fort of its inmates.
Unsurpassed -

M4'4mn IACH..atpi'i l'p hOi.tb.tiwaitb....aamw.h1YM.. ./.*.: =li,......u...............on...PILL I .. in Literature, Music and Art at Judge of 01 the said insolvency county of a said written estate suggestion :
.... .. ..... ....... ,, moderate
.. rates. for
Iq seas/w1.C.sL.feM ft. + ; : n. Apply catalogue to Notice to all
.._..r..U.._.......... ....,.,....w.. I... .. .I... Rev. W. hereby given persons
C. BASS President
or Rev. C. of any nature against the
W. SMITH, Secretary. 4t16 .said Estate, to file the same duly authenticated

A TRIAL OF THE BALTIMORE JOBBERWILL in the office of the County Judgeof
Valuable Property I said county on or before the 3d day of
March A. D. 1884, at which time there
For Sale I
will be a pro rata distribution of the said
1 LENCE. Thirty acres of land in the City Point Estate among the several creditors entitled -

1st-It is the easiest running press made. 2d-It is as strong as any press made. Hammock. Splendid new galvanizedWire thereto, and the said administratrix
3d-It is the most durable press made. 4th-It will do as good work as Fence around twelve Five discharged. a
made. 5th-It will take less to keep it in repair than any press made., 6th-(Last acres. Witness any name as County Judge of
,. but not least) It costs less than: any firs-clase press made. Hundred young and healthy Orange trees said county this 27th August A.
Forty bearing trees. Beautiful River D. 1883. J. A.McC>zouT,

Front. Six acres as fine cane and banana County Judge.
Titusville,Fla.,Sept. 6, 1883 19 6m.
{" n rY as there is in the state. Adjoiningthe

PHILADELPHIA land of the Hon. Wm. H. Sharpe. NOTICE.Six

Here is a good opportunity for any one months after date I will present to

SINGER'MACHINE desiring to make a good investment, as his Honor J.A. McCrory, Judge of the
county court of Brevard county,Fla. my
place must be sold. Titles
perfect. final accounts and vouchers as administrator -
The above
cut the
represents most pop Parties intending to of the Estate Samuel Moore late
purchase can make
ular for the
, style people which I we offeryon I final
- ; for the very low price of 830. Re- enquiries of Dr.,G. W. Holmes or Hon.: of said county deceased and dsk for a
member,we do not ask to until W. H. discharge as such Administrator.
you pay Sharpe. For terms and further PHINEaS D. WESSOK, Administrator.
have the machine.
you seen After having particulars address A. P. March -is.6m) .
Perham Quit- 29,1883. (
... examined It If It Is not all we represent
.. return it to us at our expense. Consult man Ga. or.E. C. Perham City Point Fla. NOTICE.Six
- your interests and order once,or send confer with Captain Peter Wright of to
for circulars and testimonials. l months after date I will present
a Address CHARLES A Wood & CO.. the fast sailing sloop "Mist" who will Honorable McCrory County Judge M

No. UN. Tenth St., Philadelphia, Pa. carry parties to see the property. of Brevard county Florida, my final accounts of-
March 8, 45 6m and vouchers as administratrix
the Estate of Bartholomew EInig deceased -

Opened for the Season. and ask for a final discharge from the.

... sssuwiut miuiruu.LAGRAXGE administration of said Estate.
IgfA man who is interested in his own >leatIIMlatima C.J. SANDiroRD, Administratrix.
odbldeeRlas Titusville, Fla., Sept. C, 1883. ]9 6m.
welfare will be pleased to know that

ANDREW GIBSON FEMALE COL Land Office at Gainesville.Fla.\
August 31,1S83. J
u Keeps the finest oysters to be found inTltu81"111e LEGE. NOTICE is hereby given that the follow .
1883. LAGRASGE, GA. 1846.Reopens fn named settler has filed notice of his

Sept. 12, 1883, with full facul- intention to make final proof in support
ty. Thorough instruction in of his claim and that said proof will be
t in, Greek, French, German, Music and made before A. A. Stewart Clerk circuit
*r I Art guaranteed. Special care is bestowed court at TItusville Florida on Thursday
made to order.BaW upon young pupils in November 1st 1883 viz: Chandler Samp
Cake Preparatory
Plain and Fancy depart the
[ ment son of Eau Gallie Fla.lid. 11,241 for
fitting them for college
,Brcaddwayeonhand.Also College-home affords comfort and The lot 2, Section 28, Tp.20 S,Range 37 E- ,
parental to -{
names the following witnesses
. oversight The buildings are of solid and .
attached. prove his continuous residence upon
a first-class Barber shop masonry; grounds are ample and beauti cultivation of, said land, viz: KufusB. ,,: .
ful.Situation is high and noted for health- Stewart. Win. Matherson. F. S. Eisley, .

1IItHERSJ wA_ vf Emfiomfmt if*ww itrim* All Size Presses Type and Printers Supplies. Catalogue free. fulness. Annual charges for board,Ac,and Joseph Dixon of ; kledge. Fla. .. ..
music and
Smxo mmilxntMSM. A&fco* use of piano 860 10w5 :L. A.BARNES.
. .CMcCVWJT A CO.niHl lplil .Pi. Ad Jresa Joie. W. HOOT, Preszdent.r Register U.S. Land OlScc. ) 1



I ,

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Rall 'R iwway iDffiT1 ditkof; I ,ifhe VegeM1tOIl aaa.: South-
"" 1"n.L"h >>'i---w:" t.t 1 1d'ao Wales.

1WWIff.l 11ponr'Iatbta fe d I ben 1 l-' ascribed to Gregory the Great;.St.1 I \lceabl,. u fob" i 1 1bnt

add the rjadvfoT,, the seebufrweek. in August, ernard, of Claurvanz ; Umbertus, and i t Pi itisi!tttnlfiifn&T arm' 11 tr 7ra .

r ; 583,- 3 rangipani. the last two of whom were i 'ij'1 W N 1a
.. F't'lberr
i Jllili P1 s '" .t : ted 1 I : :

fresh esaI The earningsoii the Shenandoah es 1"ab
laU1Jab' ;II -
Into ;=.-, ca. 't'and ter I --t .... 1 Tf ftldf .

d1n ". rn.a'if. 1 w gi et ; 1ICtaF n itive of the'Abrazzi, ui the I FilMl i f'l.- .....a

;" 1 e7 I" u Napleo! w igygirts! a e'
:at255. '" mWlf -
lute .
b blanch en 1e 'urch dopted 8f MJ,
rot .... Iketter 1 Iiif! rl }VemJJfJ4d 1'. + i 'r tl port!onof tbg ewe .of. !MdP'8t tltln Anyh

of ttie better ,ol>s,t re niatiattstirF'iettthd, Y' .P'b oj4inYe
andbd an R! set- t

%iVr'fat Zn JiiJfrU ristAm 'C % s, but it must have y,caseS e' Wg' oot\ .. .,.....

y1T04 __ : fore jm, se lie were t an 1'. the n h1 lL..
w a pint and- half olstock '1J g Is c :t. etio ..v. ili.1 t1: cal
a + t ten made inthe ; 0 r, rJ: w-T.,
[ Lon..m l.. .tbit'tbe x-JiO ; Wsm: l"
a wenty minutes,( | & Uheyeqlo_ e l ? is kf...

trsX eitht Imil Ya .the time ; then adds pint of baricotwhich'haveboiled Ii&l&t.I uin'j engraved' 'a ;,,marb e .' r4fofmtRth)1f.1Ju c YM 40'1'r,'r.r,._,.

155 1*, ,' ,and 1 : Church-pf,SUFrancisj J1I' ; welvelto J twenty fee... ,. ...nree
< / t;; n
'y odilsteb 0 wn, ounce of buttef; rarmltnd serve. ..tIG y has proquoed'V ,. Jnh m he wo ....i' nt ,
a j stockholder in t'esters -* tivwj1"*ir tEnsOt T UO 8
begin A HALIBUT OR Cop.esof .- ."d'h t i tt e abtWlPih -the 6'-1 t T ,.such..-..H asn :'.t o e.0 t iscoveretl vtafv.;:, ,iJi A and. ,, fl
to thejrt'r4ne x : halibut or oJutfily 1 >fidtdb" j;a f' hd :: hte ""**"a: .nm"t'*u. v l r; 0 ,.o Wab oV e bt
i/c. tAi
hundred cf them after they boiled and chard
are place a t y : \.ir aw, In
er of them Irit u 6lt hapht tb" ; ipTlieaptomatk. .tieeev t cta tttt' il e1l ;41brancbea.
ALS cr'dc'ritkh new BDVOt .g nor or a 1 : unand..MiLord, peMoeac "

s* ,Jifty 1f stalwart men stood on the bank,I aid ddlng P. and te +,'b1Ue ll cre clopped b Itpepper iLi= [ 1t 88Vim "'C JH'-fSJSF. & rvwwwd. t.vb ,oo'Mo. T:'Z.Jr-It nlII

a .
A very
iI [ .
"* Fo .the a : earnluge. Jf the st!)ox jsraSrg"4.Though : ,uuI :
01 ion or pars1 them 1. 'Old p "rw.i''I
: been upset from boat. I Ilftfrn r a :9 here ,!! { ty. fPaterott ;W
b a it Jt1o ;
iU .
N aJfW ii tits l.rK stTlo
% of ; q :
r tid l3m M?! er breadc P.1 }J :9rr. ,- a.\t t yg or three e
i | jtn tter to thenij'1'i t u p lfie dish ui hli ugust 1 tq/lV18S3indifiive,were !Mi'c.1 LI qfl1E s I< fcfu\l t pei'ffn i'F1tor=yeadt
,! To eroy, agirlal fo se QD QIllPli> la $ :3,342a douc 2cS,8 41 ntirtea'sei i ,. & .
inner, ngt er of t'A (!h 'C! _
: .Jms'+ t ,o:, darn: rfiu9a !
b: $ ot378 i'Tbe Mw'tmert. d onc W s If
t J: ..." ') 1 t : r.oAI .' G03tRThe. lIf
l : -J"b n.y "ud t a. 1in ittnesitn'tS -
t"v 1m htta await ti, Lolj u U I
luzoo J'J: "': "i.2 NewuC JITh e,Cjln@ft. Ti1fda
'd j .... .& a'. L cqWW J'- +'ffiPfcPWkre.4incliided I ;t 8 t ii7d
;, >wtttdytrlnorMn w a ot o1t a: ;:rl1ttliJ.j1r'U liuthetJdwvB Statement.FroffiAiigust ;- I cuW 3 b litk''a ine't tii mMt&S'L

} Vfbtsai'as n are in a position
e num risiiii ,!WfituVi n ly fIQX L .tffinB ''re't_i b V_nrUle-\1'4s1_. __ h.- the Chinese corvette, the i. d miD

: i is by comparison be PIES.- &. rhubarb pie is cars, of ..JutK S K.iMcalTOd coke Ting Yuen,-'Os taetfbMilt dt4Germanpart ivrmiIFth ')

tinted th fluestipn ofrMiss \JWdMt of art; but.ii shouttHttawfcrk sine. period" last montB738- ;incfeafle ahe'Itet ie t 'liite'13 If epn4actedf 1 -. a.ih\iA "iF (

of time, for itf1 nruch better if over last month, !t111.uAUtJmee ota strict ."Wp ; : N. } the I ,aOOoI .& lft1f4 b

,,3 s Io ie both managing ed8r 0tig."d loltQ'> ib41> bl."i jt+lfJlltYom.DUte i chief. features o{j he vtgsjiJJs *ibjtf every I.i un.iiett'oif l d

if fcoriol-writep offlatW wed t AWng, h4'IMWst : teat :,. ner.. d p1en e het.bypa. am:.1Iad.IQD18:
fuaor,and who has madt 4 .c If d (.t doJifJdetYe Wtgtint ir 1II'f.Javdoaisntoherself. J iNo' W ; tlYl"fti'Elg1ilt. c41t ,
'fa, the bril iis .e ,jbti'Id r itni b iness as. tho tt*
4 dearly*< Of i not a P i f'-h\t., 11. ',. :f-.;t.of e' t>elaware, .Lackawan and Western. I+aupptgimsvft raiet&ld'tht'i t fe effect cofonehw it i Uie'tiS ftPJ i"Itiilawyers' U
.OW" n
!1.4J ; 1 tp '.f***"*3 l:1i.: *.'I vl T,"i 1 rf .... ,
n4na 10 er CI'WfM Md.II8Po' f. tJl.erytartsrDaf' railroad\ .t.fnl2Jt; 1'\JW
t j Ilndade by..mixillla'jj paeaep8 .'}. pines The /neJa eiL 'aid> windo'wsVe.lJfPif41dtJlDok&? tatois tfi d'uttg f ,,

tfM b 1veaJro\i\.LbtWftb\ '$ Hfuefl Lackawanna: and Western jtffl remains'pool : ::1utai4e sack was snapped in two, a thick iron and me jii t\inFiR''ikicafit1:'da tffit

.. r ,iltJt't.t14: :tllprnt1'bf I thet'p } ncUt-r' &j'ilioitg aPeae4{' ont\!bridseawren5hedj; from wbether"eie'' as'a fimiMcflO W'Si")1.ri

can fill,i POL winch requires l ptTr lCQ'l lwo r'.T"rcorvi vvi-Jir*)'w*"J'l'v-Trji A ,.rc,a;"[kergarli3eatthree ; professmg'to?work tii '1 e ita Place umitewjishtereaj to w! lia iha4'srtivmerrimehtG6a; 4I 1G'0

..togethermft it is ;buildinglugbrpiir}f88 by a pieces I' tclJ: tldq gpntJpme!{ o uldfput ce d'c ;ag't1irtrE'iwh l

Ygufn a, I ij(.rh01' 5t")6; systematic" cutting. An attemptis 14 Weir po4ets ran 1 carry a"1' ,!ith great eeiriousgess, inq crA Imomene

ttra R a' i fo been Yt ltctl; \ \ I t ,: to'J; i.made.bY.thet! ti1u1k lines to. .t t em lastnem:: e .,.)ofZpago... '. !gn," latet ; 'Colonel 1 rkfna; \may

rtrif r lfr( 1:6 os pain hab baked. Cover wlth"crossw meet Lackawanna rates on emigrant and, not least an rupti o/ ofcoalsfromthebunkera'appeared I 8s1"bere yon"pave .tt''h 'I ', iryourlif
L -Mna n-Lrdtt u aiiivL wcsw>uou *aiIJM business. ai atrrr; Lrf : on deck.One 'j.Jo o..1j r, eillln oWit.: 1tyr
js. .orrra J rj. Ul ? .
To keep pudding sauce warm if prev Dir 1l & l Ji m !13'H I 0 1 might suppose that this was quite "to.!.t--; .t art iT-3 U t'rc'k.rJ

. IUdtooong UJDA'lkil serveditil'f t t 1'' Origin gU'gpuJ hts8N show the power of the guns -tth They-StVu etc.1fik llr.t .t
M.'ir311.* tTTTT/t OJ J.h.I _" li f and tlifti ifftpfitliUfltinn,, ofi'tihci-TMtif1BJuTnbr ;..Ji&7lrt-m! v 1 :blliU I)
ngjitj.ap: 1*& ;lr .
: .tM.
'If the various countries maintain t"D vil-take "U18 Iohiniimdit.1A.'Xhii.far A teacher finding it ttAolrr,
boil1D ati1W er .iM let the ,Tlie .scir.T.r-r.v. from,zhe .
th it present rate of! mcrease'-.... ? >: more expressive than elegant say German thin the prompt attendance of-the boys
Navy jV bat
-3 the
dish isliert "/ < r .t' laving see n +
Antetbpipafjerrtlw3anrO. ritbtkeef1tn GbsselhvSecretaTy of Embassy at ing occurs originally'itffBeaunrohV and gjms} could d r'singly, determinedtoknow p her class"treSolVeaUS-aaBptJa; plan

,, .7LIrzL1.ii- '9rlin, "fifty years-henee the United Fletc e.r'8 play ..of.?. : '' It.! \ which she felt would jbe! ucceas-j
.. "POtltill. ,- -whtn fired
In place of any known preparation j teiiapilt,.haver at"populatimr bf y1fi0; also; becars- inf .vUL" < urns tnr", all fult, She said to,thaboyaLr'V.. ?. -, f
together. clearing :
Accordingly U h' *J. :1C'1'f L'No'hl
Gel undeb" d 9Y.t t, 00ar ,OOOrstn...aPP1JlXiR\ak11153OOQ,' Prior's "Ode Nemur to
jI onjyTaku! the'rurrgojrevej b }sic Rdbe vwUl giY9la",brig+>a penny, .
-, tki' JtiA MlII1pUlt Germa>j1.83s9OQi: ;000-.. the United Pope's "Dunciad," and in the poem each ogeRwho wilh 1)8 ln thek.v, atxsever
I .man who was to fire the ,....
,. oughicoolt .. *' guns,they tried Jr---u.t.:: .fJ ;(; .
,inacupnirdtyourtaxerit. K gdom / o,iruv\ 0 0 0'A l4strla-IIunpry, "To Robert Burav, .
a.Haggis, by *
: & tunda.rl.1
l \volley. 'laa :' fl .u
wter. to dissolf.Jt.I7Aft'iity u are 1i0u1"4 t ;,ffgCtwast gwendous, : it "tfP't\t 'rtr.tThe
p ;WUUUU, and .FIRDCB f'Enouio/is -as good'as a 1 nst"'= the whole vessel plan seemed to/w >1t
, we it is dii ib1Q5 ft Vit sUjjd'tmft the 0 ; AtIe v j a> One of the o I&J; oi all th a popular' being nearly reduced Sunday not.a boyiappeiaJedui.hisT. :
y 4bt a. + y sayings to that coBdiUon ... .
i h.-.i b" is ,iipwhich gentletoen v iLP 't. ; r = <**
#ar ttw.ta > Lii round more in- in use. been traced The" rised and
LetaheetrWaedhent numbprf..,1.m ...J.t.pas as fatbaicka could h1zti'i t'thet i irand place.. ,; -V :teacher.u.wiT'J was* ,.surp i* *V"'' .5 1
dais then turn the water off. ts I; }' this !i f3'; 'ieptitfled 1I )D at'discourag that, her plan.;
carried it
memento the
as a
f4ndd reekto I nfot away of. "
; : # l1 gel 18 &l. ;1intoaeFtin' ,. <:Dives and Pauper," published in ;trap,potsuccQeded.Bat;the.,, ..nt ""'11,
put it, in!soft; muslin bag, through Fo'r if yat'piir 'poses;however: ," that.year.v e ";!ilt'.is:alsoj.found.i i -,\Ga.a-: OC the? satisfaction g ma of ae knowing!!!i8i'\j that if it ie is: while i "l dii'.i ytm\ItIJ. :.

rbich it'wJKMrfjrarposeite tii CElltvery"ego it 5s obvious that 4herbaAa1ic{ 39 notso Memories 1573. what .
.' :. .i.t coigne's Ray's ever taken by the will thinking to,do nex here one
. raltewAia: 4>> I ;8ny. 1arrc4; fpt whereas in 'ProverbsGielding'a'Co ert Garden. eijemyt: ofthe > d d
'l very dangerous'f -sptors. Is it boyg.a ; J.q..f; 'fterday
> powderJs suppoa ijfl4tt0 Germany there'4y. 9 P1 lesrt}every Tragedy," and BickerstafFs "Love hi a built on German or Chinese principles? i'.( eIIs lph e' 1! !.f .
'\ .AJrtntypf: PA1 1; 1f females in are Village." -o-- 1t ? .
h\l thousand Francethere f \ 10 : .It h '.. 1.. ; ....,rl' lt/i 't..L-
flnpnct- tHM
rtcipe'a 1Bu'thldtiliie 'f lannytlia; vtW tdreVbnly' seleciii "
., i 99J. ; : "As good ..exC1"- Y e. "At home, ,mum....:. ,h.Jntq"But '
4ink'ofwt: ia"'ts''cSeli" iotrs1111te'Lour "'aM4.. half'ii"llioris' more::than: lion of ChkrI:1 : 'II.I f1'" JD- ar\uunent rwb Ldl: 4Qu aid t ie otherboys ,
eggs, and the .eigbt oft three offnm France.a ;:q tot ira n. r'jathat I. {[The ui'IfT ,t fl.i. :;! { comeSu) ) oland'to get.
: f'J.... f ,attending;jthediscjossip!ol-iLord JRossldivorce : ayQsrs tL." .... ..
there is better \
alPPJljll9Jf1 e. w no authority on )
; ;jhalfj 'tl i1 j.iiv! wi1 l;: .. bilL Macaulay, in his review I your.pennesm apt ': .
at t the siibl+eei -sagflJlt "ioi.
lof1 tPO\U1d of butter, .: uyinghirse we've lI'eii't1
a. "Ob teacher cause ;
i ,
;: oG the andswtiUAgC I.SU: l.\KIIliam .
thea Can.'tt &
and t iflsugar.'nd''ratk rind of one + first look at his head ard -
I eyes fo less thaiv4wacenUM I
y = 3-t.t ..)ttlJ '''''1.',;; Temple, refers to the saying as follows: we:won't come, > i iwu i. .4.
LC.ffiea .. for signs idi intellig ce tempericbetage ** v
-IJNm thfl butter .
: !
id ;rIt !t'a.'LQn. the Elevated ry: 'Road .the -"The Citing remained in the House of now. $tt)1gb ...urt 11m III.. .\
i and Unless horse has
tbi $ otiie T7...iV3 mnJIliDll'A ri.TXJ w >w"'>asasi4y 'FeerS.hile.h /EPeeCh..was takenint6 cannot teach him toMo'an ) ..t.. iW.f f.r .a 1 r.1u :.f;
t e d4\ 1K 3t ill ::t. rise upward, look around on g4iFtiee iti ; you r .. a 1
COIl.s1ettit5'nf-1! climthop ] thing l IirrWh () :, dfttft1V1 eat e 't qwCj the seat, fefllmiis l ,p cBel &tidgrowexcite4jjpurtthej him ; for the J obate ..amused his sated well horsIeducation. rIf bad ualitiespredom,1n&te t .AfewnigIltat Sf : .-! .',. } stutheiactot i)

j oven;' sere :i ) set : *t*>me thin jelly or Ja '}l'. wallet enlarge and intensify them' Thq.bead.
IROUT.-t'l !" :0tteir. ::list vour ? queried.thfe'mlmvtiextvy "; : say, as q nodas,i. _"sa: aimed l:. 1 JL.r _f':hJ"C{ is 'the cmfd7caW; bit' 'disposition. 'A abuse with 'bis ba 'o1f: He4 had, intact
SALMON eand N"b && j *
) him? "Rebellion tyrants is o ueJCe.0', t seen omA ladleVtb,
; '8 CIla"f1JlJ if square muzzle..w'r th large nostrils.'evi. earn
**m %
::;--2tTt tlvi1JmfpDf:l' 'enough'to'pievent ': *:yo[ir watch takenc44I o. ttLoBta God.From. .an 9cr'ipuon on thecannon ; dences JC. J.S-- -- -- apparatus;7 k 'had dr( eu ,0 .. .h.. .
: i an ample breathing and on' : "" "
pp !'b'ast'leg FpU of bills, perhaps'It's: my checkbookJ :. near whichthe'" ishe 3!presidentJohn Ilfl st indtpg on the's i die P14y iWJ the: .
+ scorchinsle'wly. *IEft home'.1Briar p aFf m e l 4i 'feij pnder.1 \ ; '
: I believe I it 'at 'Bradshffw:rerS ']lodged, on : }tt cool of the' evening.. 1UIigh-.

often w|*Ijuttej:#&&&&* iWk n how carelesliiaiafrr> "It mightworsecdeiotheW the top of a hill:Hear':'Marthr'"Bay;; ih the jowl, with jawbones broad and botingihoase; tJJlitre'h4 lLA..a'o'lieeAMnIngHsteppeda

; haven ready a. cupful, of sweetwater in a consol RandaB ':!his'tLife wide apartHBdefthe ffirottle7Breadth Jivi
Tbe ; Jamaica. ; 'i n of genticmaa o'aitall 1Dg'fe
afh Jnf (trot and ., ... .,
fi thete and
t 'i'jfew.i. P fullne&betjrVn![ ..!ges .
"I it could, has tIrii ifs rot f
d' have been poured ;-. tir;in! 'inj, tone. otherSly"'wifewill doP.i tseehpw sit Jefferson I ne quota are alwaYi' 'grpwled the ton in; question::i ..JThisaiippositioasepitaph ilbfltt,1 whom xhe j inistoolcj for..their.
; .two tAbleepponfoils p'f .melted butter down1 and! figure*up the stubs'ftttiidwhenT"eb'h"omV was found among.:the]) ipen.ol beftriHmd-hazel'in colorrears,lImaD" butler of the 'eatabliabmen'A; : -
: tad titt&ch ecf iiatsley'anVlieat in aid thin > tlt&3iii wMl, foovard.T .
a pl ) '!P dbiner.itU, tajte a 2Ir. Jefferson,'uiii T.his i handwriting; inst him 'tSJ.. C oyif)}''scC'ail:atiOlfte..esupeiwi : '"
of iftdd the le horse that turns his ears back every .. "
trfat ,
need OijfesTrat
; full nblke bet alive c
z hour to Itwassupp be-onftofDh Frank:1Ihi'a i ;die sad "Wit'you:;as
4w is
iavj from the dish,fiAd,pal rUfifincecace 'to do'with r hottte : : then note Jp.rid ,
bag anything .. spirit stirrmginspirations"i; : tf!: eitheW-Wttt &4rtbAerMifrJ'si joe a hansom cab'tfV.MUertauUy;' replied -
: ..the. fish in,a ut dish and pour expenses.'?.. .acts -jr'l c D'1: "Blessings on Him whtolaVentwlsl .lie is Mr. Gilbertt'"yob'tire; a Hansom
ot.... hold re to be vicious in other respects,
,, ti "sauce.1ARROT PttDD\t i; O--t"fieOIJid'of ') .1!Beaitrtlfuland oaTj.:!nSJTn! : ,rrf s'j p.";;bitglteldp. .Cervantes, 1547, and, being.naturally vicious, can nevera cab." \.This oddbit of fun''ren\ind8"me >

lirthS. 1:1: died .1616- originated this wellknownsaYing. iW11 otl 1iii.\u1Jl io of poor Fiank''IralpiudAs 'fmus reply
_. _grtied'carro ;"t"i', 0 I -"VehlcenJ" fI -
of It'occurslnapassage- ...- .. in.. ,Don :horse with a rounding nose, tapering to the jnah'who,seeing pugion;fitter
.' -...' ,. id.e. !, ]fall' ', r A torte p nde"\ t.ofHthemdofa"f'''' .U TitlesWrites Quixote, as/ollpw%';[; forehead, and a'broa+1Jfun1. 'race below night without_ a wrap, 'said.:'"Why:

t journal f'Blessings on Him. J\.h mventedj Talpurd;' you".-never, wear ah 'Over
.four' ", unromiti ially tojfhat : : (the eyes is always: treacherous and not: ; : ." '.
""" ... ,_ t". ie r RYtftW' tel" .......J.UJ .._1'. Ij neverrj9membejthe smells so bad sleep, theinantletMatt'oV !rs'all humanthoughts to| be"depended on.. .Avoid i the-bug-, coat!" "44XorepUedrTalpiijrd: ..I 1 1
mDOlU', t'l
.tuit w'H r bO t"W' ; -:ce "3 this summery: and ihey.are ,' ,the food haVappeaseshunger, r legged;stiUedanunal7ulwayjchoosingt net erwas.".... _> ,* ;.lu .
h.... ... 9 .. ttX GrandCxnalthanelsewhere. the drink that quenches thirst, the fire, .
,'III the'J .ADA, t\'e orsQ on, the >ne with shortistraightback'aiulrump; rump,? DePart.
,ed9r .taventymi4. : that warms coW"lthe: cold Jtoafi modem It is stated at the Treasury
j ... ._ doubt, arises from. ; highLand shoulders I .
> :tIn t PIIIe'aallce.'v -" J I 'W'i .'i This, no -sloping, the
:ates heat, and, lastly, the coin ment that by' reason of vigorous
i : stirringi-up .()f, tie water.andconsequentlyalsothe _.. well set back, and with good depth of '
: constant
: wgf.ta'tPm'V\M1. 1 that : action 'the"GoYeniment';' in prcse-
f PcMm-- ;: solid deposit, : purcliases-alj ,thteggUiebaJance: chest fore legs hind lE'gs'traight with '
fpur\ ofjmegarfouratearg1sar'of and weight that equals'lhe'shepherd outing opium smugglers'on'the' 'l>>a cific
melted butt t'a'-lltt1( 'of sewage*matter lowdown hock, short I pa lern joints, Coast the duties collected at,tbe'port'of )
TT ;
With.tie King and the simple with. the ,
all the
'While mulish.shaped
'stew nb and a round, footiv '
ea1tand the new
i i t $h 8:4iT and wise." ._... oi San Francisco on opiunvduring the
.deposited in the *. Ja
idtand.Weu" add, the-_vinebar.t sewage of the city idj "Dies Inc.S The raV.f: given 1 ._ j .i ..\ nit III. past fiscal year were more; than $1,000-
lea t. the namp gent _
m .X :
is/clearUhat lit. t : 1.rsi
t f -Add!I&1f .s alli i ni6rir-onMa"fine and'pJDtalpes 'canals& it the water should be disturb1(1 (from the opening words)Ito 'he "imousmedlncval The approximate receipts.the Cin 000 in excess, of the'coUectious from that.
'chopped season '
oZert.oJd ; hymn thetast cinnati railroad source the previous year. t '
on Judgment.On Southern r forfourteen .
r ,'!m i thaid boiled : J fii allvtell to (;( as little as possible! <; '
dgg & i i account of the solemn grandeur of days ending August if from freight The fu.ea'in the woods at ,Suth3i -

1. :,\,)': -:.--tet.hUo..Itis.&nJ." ..:.-,:,.; ... excellent..relish. ".T for I:{knots.'df'pale; pink 'veivejt-are.;worn the ideas which it brings to the mind, and passenger., business, 'amount: 'to lord, MasC.have burned over hundreds ..

: EAIBKT fBIBS..*'oF'B WITH on the aims i the'-mon 1ng' instead'of as'wellpsthedeep; and _trembling,emo-t I $103,565.69 ; ditto, 1882.,. 191,2 3.35. ; of acres. The drought hi that.section,

tionatitu fitted to excite, it soon found '.ncrease-$12,31231, ,\ ,' ?..ti 1e ioua. ,, --i.
9xo .orie;' ad. ,roll the ribs of. bracelets. ." ..- .has become. .
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-.l..l-lI H'k fate is mBaed up is it T issued <<*IT .. ..... .. t ,
wofkwffl bra B
,o.I.i:wiliiii".r. ." important JustMaooatftlM w.HEI, i TINWARE.aooom .., ....:. ,j
.- .... 4The labor cfeoQeetiBf> "t. >> ;;"t
TW ....1t7ff............ BJngnbr thing about and r fr"1 1M **ci <>*- be 1TTOit1PBY8-dT: 1'1f" :k:

'':';111srAlYi'J& ri X Jt.itiD.t" teJatJMpaimm the back pHshed. fo the hoatnesi eomnranltv Meal Corn Sanford : s 'pkd. l,
W.will be ...moil rateable book Mr.Scott to flow located :
: it oocMMNacd ., s
IiI ?.J .I 1j&L..& .. by ao many ... ?
..... that has yet beer HishedabomtFlorida. Irttte Uw .
r. .
'f i1'"irr: s!. > to' $. May be caused by .
aMakrwIeb t pia pWRteat
be I ,
cord cubical
......,,........ "t., r dbease, liver com Price" by. 1' Hay., .t _..&Qal1."p\ .,.", -.4'"'.... H.

:....Th: r awil to" fnfandtofoniih 'co 8. .,.pt oa,, cold '
--. Belfelilrtfeirsp: ANDNOTABtPV r
OTBBf* wrapa IB iy q. nldoriaf ik aver 1 Page with bookI with book$30' Oats, Etc. LYQ.' .'
'- >
BBI WBlBff. .wtatefd ted or work, movous debUity, &c. -
not S9 Affentawaated every ewmty, to RooMINOR :=. 't : '
printed. WawfflpohHAoor prieeiin !Wbatievertheanxdon'tEadt whom liberal term will be ofiered>VlCU8HHN also agents for .. ...... ;[t\l1.t...,!
a week. or say. : '
..V e.6er tIIa& L W'IIIl MgIect ft. Something is 4 APPLEYAM, Par... j Jacob Reeds' Sons, -ru1-l
mho aDd needs P. a Box lOA] Jackson vffle, Fla.WE5LEYAH I ATTORNEYATLAf.TUaiYille ., ;
Line irn. ". Enter- wroag L prompt CLOTHIERS : ;

prill, riiiiKtuwilkikeBt.1 'JohmEir.Faa. .tteanon. No medicine has FEMALE COLLEGE ., oS '\.f .
slasss, fr yet been discovered: that Samples to be seen at store.NOTIONS.
er ...J..r'. Pare toE VAoc i(,_
.qd.-k,. Will to quickly and surely Win begin Forty-dz tha Annual M. ,Be ENGLISH.Notartr '. :,..:

'-tea. >rtisgibe_ McCtemb, core such diseases as Sept. 19. A fall faculty of experienced '

Jr a1'-' id bid wek. Mrs.. ,Sites has BROWN'S Ixov Bmnts,and t vhen. Advanced count of 1& d7. He DOESTiC I FAKTDBT ,BOOm.oatS. Public State II Ifl"'11f
best advantages in Music,Art,literature AlldaYUa drawn acid balnsi _
does this
moral fail the. ,HtoaJBbva and the by commencing and Science, Careful attention to all the to me pZOmtptgattea"Mto. ,-i!
boost know'ready ,Jar the. rwsptionof stag fonnd 'on.. and mak- wants of popila, JVPrkee moderate. FinuMii OMce at kit reaUeac -f

its ae+i aeagee. the blood pure and rich. Apply> for caadogve to 14 2m Tttncrille, -' ,lI rSa.:a: !
.-lfelesestl.I B. Dawson has .1'. W. a BASS, D.D.,Pl'fJlldeat.
i purchaasdte __ J. M. Dixon COWIK.Phyttefca.
D .
aeaveaw/Tlybf! Daichman. Wa.P.ifstsbatlofLogmsptIadi.sswrkert"Mywife-
Mr.,PaiauaV) 'liai, mill Mil fcc abort A. L. HATCH, Tiiuiviux, z' : noxnxa. ; ;
b.s for BBay yean been ttDB- DKALDIV Dealer In '
tlaetgbbb.efeb tt but wffl one artSiryn.TUusvflle. J.i1s'
Kid tares pda ia Mr back
1.ek b ftIdk; ia a Jew weep as 1 ..sal cWIiJitJ iaddeat: GROCERIES, Drags, Medicliws, Ghevfcals, -' -' h
:" The tdMer.of tbe STAB obwrredtne :
tit her IlL She has takes OM Fancy and Toilet Articles lR.{'

soon & rafl gardens within the bottle of BrowB Iran Slater PROVISIONS, S.F. .II.A. ", "."
ioasdte visbaily d TttHTffle during sad I can tnt1afaDJ say that DRY GOODS PufmlJ. DJHtBD., PdiltJ, OBI. .

tss pass wIR. .sae. -nulsey_ana appear- *n br bID..cia beaeat+d Yandahea Abrnshea,almost everything rated Maker. sad .... .. .,.. I
ante tiny cold hardly be excelled. ft aha proaoaacts it thearfsascdy llarimo all Oamllmha ise. kept by a first-data Drag House. ALL YOU wAuiarlm .
Any drag, medicine instrument
-Oar: aid of may medi- or Work: or orders left with P. 11.Faler or eta
Mead,s.TwitcheH, of Belle lo ss.......t ieIL" CITY POINT FLORIDA. needed by eoatomera Poet Offlee,,TttuiHto or with A.Bndr M u v
CreolegioTB, paid r aftyrag veldt on Manns. 4w IS and not on hand,, will be ordered. Grange will recetve.Jl'OllPl"- .'Wffl ts'..
in TUosTflte ercy 1- yT ?
Monday ereoiBg in his yacht,Belie Crew Leading physicians andderonaea .. Prescriptions carefully compounded
ole,OB mete to visit Us daughter, Mrs. and CONTINENTAL night or day with accuracy and dispatch R.'B..R. 11'ILSON.Y:
: use recommend '
Aaron,Cfenlaad: ,a few weebODKerr1tf.&JaDcL by competent persona. j36. 'S'
Will continue the '
practice of ICedldM laTltasvUle
TZRS. It has cured others NEWSPAPERI t.
Wean fa. receipt. of the FloridaWortmcm Cures Cracked Hoofs Scratches wd vlcWty,1
aufiering as you are, and it Sprains, I
a fonr-colamn tbUo, pobliahed wul cure you. AKeDQ. Office at J. M. Dizon'a Drug Store.A .
at JaokaoniiDa by the colored race. and Sores in The undersigned having opened a

Should It cany oot its intentions as expressed I B. HAWLEY, B.B.f. .,
fat to editorial it will doubtless Horses, Cattle and Sheep. Visiting Deatlst \ .,.
do mach good for the elevation of its Will be pleased to receive subscriptions
colored'f IDc1I.. Ask.your Storekeeper for it, or write to Makes frequent trips to Indian Hirer,1'; ; -
..... any Lake Worth, &c. .

ULCKAK6E: ITEMS. LATEST.THE direct to the manufacturers, Periodical or Newspaper published. P. o. Address, 'New Smyrna, Florida.:.

It is whispered; AMERICA -0-- o. B.lIAITJUlI.
That the Incorporative action of the SOIL ave time, trouble and expense by applying *

LaG ap dtisaos proved a faflnre. PAIR CO. to CHAS.. H. NAUMAN, Justice of the Peace"

That;'Hog or'Anti-Hog seemed to be Subscription Agent, I Rotary Public Stateat-LRe.

the preraiUng question in the corpor .tive (MACMElfZIE'fl,) Cleveland : : : OhioSTANDARD Haulover P. 0., Brevard county, Fla Also CoouniMloner PENHSTLTAKIA.of Deeds lot: the State of

meeting hat Saturday. Office at the Haul-Over.
I'IuJeu is spending a Offers .
SpecialInducementsin m JOHNSON COCI.SUVTLNotary
few daAi home Improving his orange commanded byCAPTAIN .
Laundry Wax
groomThat JOHN McLEAN, Pabllc, Stat-at-Larf,
6ere'wUl be a pleasant little all
Makes regular trips on Indian River. and
dada at the nrfdence of Mr.J. N. Feas- Preserves Linen,gives a beautiful finish '
ter thU r nlnr. SHE CABBIES A PULL 8UPPLT Or Justice of tile Peace.

That the Magnolias' of LaGrange will Lines prevents the iron from sticking,..TesJalm. Groceries,Dry Goods, Court day, first Saturday of each month.t.

practice on Saturday of this week and Canned Good., Florida.

Monday That the and Tuesday of next week. Of .Goods .! -0- Hats, Boots and Shoes, LA GRANGE STORE, f
excursionists who
attending the match contemplate of ball- FIVE CENTS CAKE. Ladies Shoes iu great variety; Prints an Always on hand a general assortment of ,
game We bare ...Bargains In new patterns at low pnces.Bea4J.ma4e GOODS.
at New Smyrna on the 28th will start Ask your Storekeeper for it. Made by

from ntusriDe on the morning of the I SHOES, .CLOTHING, Mrim Toilet Articles, -STRICTLY CASH.E. .-


That the Belle, of Cedar Keys, Capt.G. Ladies' And Misses' Hats ....For the cash only.PIONEER January tat 1883 lyr 36
A.Hoyt,will carry all who. contemplate Cleveland : : Ohio. Karch 4lS 8m.

attending the match of ball betweenthe CROCKERY and August so. 18 6m COOPERAGE.Syrup FlondaManufacture.AMazON .

Stand Enterprise and Magnolias of FORINDIANEIVER. I PAINT WORKS.
LaGrange on the 28th insL Bound trip GLASSWARE. Barrels $2.50.

from Titosrflle one dollar..,. O. C.BOCXUBGX >HAM i SUM'SRockledge Ganged to order, ten cents extra. w.J. BERNE& CO., ..
a. Fancy Goods
Buttons, Line. manufacturers of theWZOl
FUL,Sept. 141883. Honey Barrels, and Oval Water
Editor&r-4: saw an article in the LACES, RIBBONS &C The Steamer, "AST TULA," '
last issM of your paper under the head of Will leave Sanford and Enterprise ev BreakersFrom

"Delinquent the advertisement Tax Payers of the,""Land in reference Sale" for to That can't be beat anywhere.COME. ery Tuesday for Bockledge, and will : : $3.00 : : Up in all shades and ready forImmediate I

tar Mr. Editor, I dont claim to be a leave Sanford and Enterprise for Salt Tanksand Use

man free from mistakes. nor to be a per- Lake and TStusvflle every Friday.RETOUflXQ .
fect maD, by; any means. But will say all kinds of OOOFXK WORK to order. Specially Aiajtei For Bis BMle. .
this much,that I bare not made T. .JOHNSON ,
mistakes in getting the tsTf% and I thin Will leave Lake Poinsett every Wed- and grinders ofPure

that it b better to get a"littifc too much C. J. HECTOR nesday at 4 p. m, and Salt Lake every LaGrange, : s Florida. ....
White Lead
from such
gentlemen as Brick Bat, than ,
Saturday at 9 a. mrn. for Sanford.
not enough,and farther than that I tig* LUMBER
my ram e. D.W.McQuAio.NOTICE. Prompt close connections made with 6 Colors Oil.
.1." Hardware and daily line steamers for Jacksonville and Will be furnished to order on short notice OAceand Factory, .

ail points North. at 818.00 '
per thousand.
I No. 26 Ocean street,
respectfully invite all
positions as teachers to persons write to desiring me at General Stf Capt. Joe Smltb, LUMBER SHINGLES JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA..lliir"Send .

LaGrange. I also invite trustees. schools Produce Manager. for color card and.price list.fhtn .
to let me know if they have secured Always on hand.C. .

teachers for their schools; and also to MERCHANT, W. I. MOORE, MA6RUDER & CO.
state what books they may need. All
persons to be entitled to draw money for Melbourne Florida General Commission Merchant, S. RYDER. Ua: =-i
services u teachers, must hold Teacher's November love 1SSO. ft 47 -
Certificate at time of performing saidservice. AND DEALER IN BOCKLEDGE, -
$100.00 A WEEK Has just received and continues to keep wA

I will be prepared to examine applicants good"'?*.*.active? Cvanntce tho above amount to Groceries and in stock a full and complete stock of Groceries 1IItHRS( loop,
for schools at any time at LaGrange Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps In + acarnu.a r
between this date and the time of Agents!
makinga great variety and General
tour of the county, of which I will give In Ladles the well&gentlemen VerylitUo make a iracceas Family Supplies. ,of every description. Ask Merchandise AGENTS.,!anted ii r.TiibiP
due notice. Very respectfully, We nave household article capital.. required. for whatever ...... =
salable asso plke.w.c nsyw"--
you may want. One w_ ..._ __
A. BRADY, Supt. of Schools. It sells itself price to all. Canned -- l'nI T
TitusviUe 3 L It is Deed every day in Titnsville : : Florida. Goods of every description
Sept. 4t not JS22ltoeJ9>taInlUmcrt"There every family. 1 You*a rich do November 10th 10. tf 47 a specialty.LUMBER TOURO INSTITUTE.

Notice. portanlty.haD2flrai1 It costs who you embrace only one this cent golden to learn op. FOR SALE (JEWISH OoLLEOIATE ESTABUSmCESTIOK
That the County Judge, Sheriff and what our business!a Bay a postal card and BOTH SEXES,) NEWPORT, B. L
Clerk of Circuit Court, will meet at the tea Write and to fall 118 aDd part1eullU"8 lI'e will send you our pro t A dmrable cottage, house and lot in Will be furnished to order on short noticeat Principal, Rev.Abraham P.Mendee,Minister -

Clerk's office on September 22nd 1883, to FREE TitUHTille, also Blacksmith, wheel wright 818.00 per thosand. Dressed lumber ,of Newport; We
draw the Grand and Petit Jurors to And we know von will derive more Rood than and general repairing shop at Htusville. preacher Spanish and Portuguese!! congregation
serve at the Fall Term of Court the 3rd you manufacturing have any Idea of. Our reputation as a Enquire PKITCIULRP &Slay. 24 tf from $20.00 to $ 4.00 per thousand London, Eng., 20 years Princip-i}

.. Monday in October 1883. not afford to Write such tons that on a we postal can a. LUMBER & SHINGLES Northwick college, London, etc, Situated
} A. A. STEWAKT: aDd give your address plainly and receive NAVALr. BATTLE r on highest portion ofcit & to Bellcvue
; lull always on hand.
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kUCVMtv seacy Cbcttnt 5c..FhUaddiibia.f*. P. M. FISHER. arrangements. Pupils admittctl at 3'Y ".
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