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:
November 1, 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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Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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that items of news are Ortemu Times Democrat.Alabama .
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1 pro tern Messrs. Brainerd, who second land ad-
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> let the outside Arkansas fa sluing with Texas the tide
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G xaekledge oa Oct KHh with their
!. ... II Tht wodd Naar of oar existence as wen of immigration pouring southward from
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as our prosperity and if seeaptable will the West attracted there by) the most
;' herd read by tha extensive -
gyriMiir.utakthaifine: chairman of the committeeappointed I the erection of two fine residences
f: keep you posted anent our sayings and forests hi the country, happily
.-adDurhaisaeaattie.. to draft them, and were unani And still another; Mr. Bassett informsus
,iI.1IlI "- doings.In situated on river and railroad, so as to be
:J)?,; y_1 dbisbeen letout"ud'they I moQsry.adopted. common with our neighbors we have that his brother, who carries on an extensive easily reached and manufactured into
iJ I': wozt-.bIpD" the erec- H. L.Hawley was President, E.r. plastering bosiness New York,
been rejoicing (and wet) wHh the kmglookedforandinucnneeded lumber.
lifer beer brewery at .JacksoniCtobssTOtedto .King. elected fice-President, Chan. will arrive towards the dose of the year
.rf Florida has
? rain wbkh a dOleD new industries and
j.ll.. ; B. Dflser Secretary, E. K. Lowd Jr. as and will build a fine "manison on the high ,
'.' !. t ( 'it.Ii Treasurer. fell so copiously hut week. hopes to become the garden and orchard _
Richard J. McCarthy, of Oak Muff just north of the Cape.
fane hands Owing to the great quantity of rain of the United States. She has doubled
Hill, and W. B. Scribner, of Hawks Park, Another happy man here, Is Mr.James
'1 which feD, supplemented by, the gale her railroad mileage in three years ha.
0 were unanimously elected. members, of the Bassett whose little daughter has arrived .
;: dub. from the north and north-east, travel ,received thousands of immigrants from

f r t _pasvfle il,000 roe \edneajfc Moved,that the secretary be authorised -: along the bead baa been rendered impossible to keep house for him.JOHYVT JUMP UP. i the North, and looks forward to the redemption

"1 .. .... the water baa risen three of that immense
i':_, 4 to notify the new members of their as fully &..1" swamp which
', ". :L Basty**turpentine orchard, aerajsifwm ejection, catiiod.I feet and some persons have trembled for: Freseatsseatsof the GraM Jur at the has made so large a portion of Southern

:'p, PeamrnJi, was burned last the safety of their wharves. Regular Fall Terss BrevarA Co. Florida uninhabitable, and to the recovery
I i Moved, that aU meetings of the dub
stflMxwse' The in this section looked October 1883. to the useful of
1 Haaskya' it The conyaedJ.OWgaUowof held groves never purposes agricultureof
: that of Oct. 111883, be considered -
: spirits and a' large more thrifty and promising than at present We the undersigned, the grand jurors millions of acres of land now wholly
merely caucuses, and that the
i :rtfMat,. of erode material.ndbDifOteli .. minutes be'DOt recorded carried. though considerable numbers of oranges sworn selected and chosen for the October useless.

'' :- 'It fa not perhaps Moved have been cracked owing to the term 188S, at the dose of the business before Georgia is still the _"Empire State,"
; : that the secretary be authori
State ''raises rain and have fallen from the trees in us beg leave to submit the following leading in manufactures, redeeming her
grnni1aonthat''thia sed to procure all books necessary for
. ttiaikabt 01 the sea bund cotton consequence. Tomato, potato and other presentments most sterile barrens by a better system of
lass keeping all accounts: of the dub excepting
We find that the work heretofore
pdscsdatbs. entire country. Last score books;carried. plants are promising liberal crops, the performed agriculture, and noisy with the hum of
had what on the Court House has been well spindle and loom.Kentucky .
sprudtiy they lately being they
Wi en?sasosaited to 86,799 bales, oftttsMtasia fond, that the president of the dub
done and whereas yeC in unfin-
it is
badly needed.In boasts of the wealth and
famished 18M08. _. re
and the of the first nine be -
appointed support of the assertion made above ished condition, that the county commis.sinners sources of both the South and West It.

'tiefltAngustine. Walfy says that in a committee of two to confer as that this is "one of the most thriving are pushing it through with com- blue grass fa as abundant. ever, iu
: of the high northeast winds to what b necessary for the use of the mendable We would
waieqseaee places on Indian River;" the atatement dispatch. suggest cereal crops as large, and it still main-
; ',4yi hive prevailed for several daysptata dub, and the treasurer be instructed to that there are twenty-five families,most of that it be painted .soon as possible, for tabs hs high position in the matter of

: tale has been excessively high. purchase the same, carried. whom are recent settlers,resident between the preservation' of the lumber. We find blooded stock and horses.

; Wedwadsy morning the entire causetj Resolved: That the thanks of the dub Cape Malabar and Goat Creek will doubtless that the Jail building is totally unfittedto In Mississippi the levee question had
f '' ereithet Sebastian was submerged be tendered to Mr. John Manly, of Daytona the for which it intendedand
= surprise many persona; it is evident purpose was been a matter of the most dire importance -
;, aitht waters of the KataDza and StSetaahaiittaadagled ,for Ida kind offer. Adopted unanimously that we shall progress in the future, as we are unanimous in condemning it, on which the destinies of that fer-

through the ditch the new comers can work-and mean to. and in urging the absolute necessity of a tile spot, the Tazoo delta, hangs. Here, ;

leafisjfraa. the moat of Fort Marion.Tjhyliarti Moved, that the minutes of the proceedings A good road is to be made, a short distance suitable building being erected at once.' also, great railroad activity prevails, and
of this meeting be sent to the ..
We find that the roads in instances
commmnicatioo between back from the river,which will run county some new cotton mills are going up.
FLoam4 Bra and the Halifax Journal I
Jtckvavifle, Florida ,and Charleston, 'north from Goat Creek to Turkey Creek are not fully up to the requirements North Carolina surprised the world at
fat publication.: Carried vntnimoua1y. I
aos&QtFotiaa distance of two hnntodsadektytwo .After which the to meet the county road from Titusville of the law, but the commissioners the Boston. Exposition by its extraordinary
meeting adjourned until -
miles, and JacksonnlkssdBsvs&aah I which is already made as far as the sawmill and overseen are improving them as rap mineral display. As Gov.Jarvia shows,

Georgia one hantedsadsmsity : the next regular meeting. at Lumber City. TUsroadarill be idly as the funds furnished will permit. it b a little empire within itself, containing -
E K. LOWD JR., chairman, Wt find that all of the in Product
| bridges
extended the land fa nearly that
hrw miles, baa been H. L. HAWLET southerly as soon as everything can be needed

.;i. nirsfciiT n k aid that st bUt was _,.secretary.... settled and persons inclined to work upon number S are unsafe and dangerous by its people, aid, as for minerals, it contains

..fieatt..haw the operator at Charka- rortbenoridaSUr. It. In view of the number of new settlers .and call the attention of the county com- not only all those known to commerce -

ta,tat IsmUy the words came as dfa Please give me space in the columns of already here and of those who are I mfasionen to this fact, and would further science, but many that are peculiar -

.tidJ.taosgh spoken through any of your esteemed paper to write up West coming and who will require to put up i suggest that all bridges on public roads to its jnountainn. .

fleloasi6itrsmantay; while the entire Brevard.t: First the cattle business at houses, there is a splendid opportunity in this county be constructed of light- Our South Carolina interview fa especially

esieeltlell with the Savannah office fever beat or a little more II). The stockmen for a live, pushing man, to start a sawmill wood stringers and two inch planks of interesting, as giving aU the facts

adreadaWM'"t are riding over the prairies gather here, plenty of logs can be obtained. heart lumber. We have yramiiifa the relative to the manufacture of cotton in

...... .. ing the yearlings to send to the Cuba On dit, that a church and school house books and accounts of the County Clerk, the South, and its many advantages over

'Meeting.AUsniHsf market, and are tuning the proceeds In- will soon be built Judge of Probate, County Treasurer and New England, which the Palmetto State

of the dUsen of TitusrflkbsMst to real estate,by buying up the land lyIng One "old bleb" less, thank the Lord! County Collector and find them to be has practically demonstrated by more

the Court House, Oct. 25, adjacent to the Canal on JG-qmme Mr. Ed.Arnold, having, we are informed, kept in a neat and business like manner. than doubling the number and output of

Wt,P.&Wafer was elected; chairman Biver. The schools have stopped for a been married on the 17th of October. He We would remind the Justices of this its mills within two years .

odiBLBay short time
seoretary.Tsfsajtotof the meeting was express Sheriff Richards is suffering a great deal Nov., in offering our congratulations to promptly to the Grand Jury an criminal wealth; ha fertile fields that produce every -

IsjasusstaaBtobeto, bet- from the effects of a cancer under his left Mr. and Mrs.E. Arnold,'we trust that cases that may be on their docket. crop known in tide country its manufactures -

.terftdlttiei :lot the "TmrtntVm procure .of arm and left hand. I hope that steps their hopes and anticipations of happiness -We call the attention of the CoontyOonvmbsionera ita minerals t and its Immense

fafcat..aad passengers on the St Johns will be taken by the State authorities to may be not only realised but exceed to the advisability and Importance wealth of valuable timber.

Itawi bskvtaa TfcusviDe and Lake Man8. pay Sheriff Richards what they are due ed.Mr. insuring the Court House, and In TifiMfltfl farmer, merchant and

**. him for his amices. We had a pleasant .W. Jams, the well-known Del- would recommend that the scrub be mechanic look forward to a happy era

: -.L may,agent,explained the pressssielattrs can recently from attorney. M. 8. Jones, monico of Bockledge,has sold his house dearedaway from its immediate vicinity ahead. That great danger-overflow-

-' which were very on from 8t.Lade. We think a great deal and lot-one of the prettiest on the river as this will materially diminish the dan- which lay waste to the State such a abort

a" of Minor over in West Brevard and we brthebyto Mr. Waahburne, one of ger from Ire. while ago has hnngover Louisiana. Once

Oa-7..rastion the .chairmaa! appointed thumb him for his manly way in doing our late importations. The price paid We beg leave to express our high appreciation assured against overflow, every industry

...,. Bay, Bice, Voss and Dixon to badness. We think he is a splendid edi was, we understand $1,100, a great of the manner in which his most receive new life and spirit. The
"ArwIskthecUijens tor. I notice in the brevities from Fort honor Judge Cocke discharged his duties good levee work done this year assures
of to
watsstiahie steamboat LaGrange for the above Drum that I am put down as a Sharpe Mr.Frank Comstock,has recently sold to and to the m1icltor,Mr.Begs,our thanks them of protection in the future, and all jjlj

in of Wager or Wilson. Ward of his land and are due for his prompt attention to our ,the and ill
aed ate;said committee to meet the man preference! Mr. thirty acres prospects are buoyant promising.
,dtiaw of LaGrange to-morrow E. L.siawtienlasssn. Now, Mr. Editor,I was speaking of Senator ten to Mr. Forrest,who have lately arrived body and for the dispatch with which he :New railroads are being built, new factories *'

wra.... Sharpe as among the names for Lieut. from Kansas, for fifty dollars an discharged his official duties; and we fur erected and everything promises well.

( Governor. I take my stand point from ther recommend that these presentments Texas, the young giant of the South,
Wager, Ensey his act In the legislature of the State.I acre.We believe some other families from be published' in the FLOUDA Sri*. is forging away at a rate that must soon
were selected a committee "" stfaav T\MMmqtttoo reported as would ask: in all candor can any unprejudiced Kama, friends of Mr. Ward, are expected B. B. Wilson, foreman, I place it at the head of all the States. It

.ellocn mind find fault with Senator to settle here in a few months. FAChappdl James Pritchard fa now sixth in railroad mileage and sixth

; Sharpe as a legW ator. I for one, have We are grieved to have to report a bad JnoM Dixon JR Watson in agricultural productions in this coun-
.- and,the citileDa of 1'Ituni1Je, La- followed up the acta and proceedings of accident which happened to Mr. Alden A Mendel S Dixon Harry JCSandiford Roberts try, and is adding to its assessed wealthat
s under
4. .., vlsimity ale laboring Senator Sharpe and I fail to find the first Bolton. When the gale commenced on MBMetager JFBeed the rate $120,000,000 a year.
under the .
haadil&CiI present .
objection to him in his legislative capaci- T K Dixon J 0 Norwood .l.
!1t m III Oct 15th it was deemed wise to take the taaaportation of
I will now if either of the above BNail WP Day
ty. say "North Star" and anchor her in Turkey
New Smyrna's of honey for the
to and from Indian River, George F &eey.GmBGLtNA crop
J-......b named men are nominated for lieutenant Creek, where she would be in safety, "i.i" past season amounted to one hundred and
Governor by the Democratic Convention should the become too fierce Mr.
: -'11 at the people of gale ; Oct. 23rd, 1883. thirty barrels.
I ri you may count on me for one vote. Janii boat,the "White Wings' was lying Editor Star:
sad that At election
vicinity concurring, OLD JOE. an recently at Daytona
: at the wharf also, and her owner de DEn SIB I notice in
*> Titusrille :- your
(Bsssasi of and Ticinity majority vote was cast to bond the city
*sFpoiat B. II. Bay, E. H. Bice, John Gomes_Creek_, October..5 -5, cided to lay her up alongside the other issue of the 18th inst, a brief accountof for$3,000 to be raised for the erection of

IUtxon gad Otto Pose committee to Notice.If boat, after getting up the anchor, she the visit and donation of friends school buildings for the place.

,dx I tha iddlir consrnittee.appoint- you want to sell your grove or un- would not come about, and Mr. Bolton from the vicinity of City Point Mr. Bennett paid over thirty thousand

.!,:the cities' of LaGrange in regard improved tracts of land, send to us for who was assisting Mr. Jarvis, went over and Merritfs Island. Central Merritfs Island dollars in one week for advertising in
that can give us a full description the side to push her head round, not was the part represented. Permitme .
Wring a fit and proper boat to ply blanks, so you other New York the reduction of
betweenSaltLake and Lake with lowest cash prices and being able to do so alone he had to call to add that the whole affair was a paper
fttanUy the price of his thtH ad from
"aw connecting with boats from Jack- time terms. We will then do our utmostto ou the Captain for aid. In pushing the complete surprise although the matter three to two cents.paper, ,

sjnflle. effect a aaIc.Reawnber boat round he cut hi* left foot and on ex- was brewing for some considerable time, :

.,8ecoad Ttat said committee are here- made.we charge We will nothing advertise unless each a asuination when aboard the sloop, founda neither myself nor wife had the least in A communication, hays the Lake City
sale is
: T."Cowered to:appoint a suitable per10 piece of property placed iu our hands, terrible: gash, some two inches long and timation it. The Donation was worthyof Reporter, received from Mr. Feliel, Secretary J

negotiate for said boat. free of charge. Our commissions being extending to the bone had been made on the Donors, the furniture is elegantand of the Agricultural College Bwaril,

='nI st the said committee only on actual sales. Deed., mortgages the side of the ball of the foot,the wound costly: and beside there was a generous by Dr. Wm. T. Bacon assures us that the

Vans on 'dd conay and other legal instrument executed Met so profusely that the water in the supply of groceries no leas acceptable.The contract will be arranged in ten days mill
afternoon, Oct.. 26th at with neatness and dispatch and on reasonable -
i.o' ock at R L. Brady's store, at La- terms. Wewillttbueourjttw prup"erty standing room was deeply colored by the company came with a number of baskets the building of the college begun.

list in November for circulation time they reached their harbor. The well filled with the substantial and Nothing can be done in cottiover/

ToBrfh-.Toat the abroad parties having property to dis wound was dressed well as it was possible luxuries of life which furnished a sumptuous with liars. You knock them down with

*committees party appointed by pasof, may find it to their interest today to do with the limited resources at repast, to the company present After the truth, and they f"'p np agjiin with the
J be instructed to leave on p1acu the earns in oar hands, at as early a
** If ,receiving their command ; after resting at Mr. spending H very pleasant afternoon same old lie or a WOMC. They art nut
fj morning, 27th inst, on mailjVthe as. poaaible. partite
above resolutions being adop- letters of inauiry as to this section will CrcechN for two days Mr. Bolton was they departed well pleased with each worth knocking especially the authors:

furniA us with the address of their correspondents able to return hoiae. The wound L? do- other and their work. The contributors and reiterators of the "baldheadetl old

". .-.'...., ........ eeting- P. E.was WAGER adjourned. ,we will upon receipt of list.Pnc1LuD the. ing well, but it is feared that it will be have the sincere thank of self and fami lie" that taxation l a." }*-n increased under
chairman, mail property
.. k$14Y secretary same forward by our 'X lli Y. ,ant time before H loot can be won on ly. M. BuCL Democratic xdn:t.'t ration.


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L Agrlcuimral.,, : ... I thxivejM; reU as those"in the same >>US '"u..p : must have been! led into' :this thing. I I I Iif Dean t3wi f

-''? '\tore Whidjha2( po grain. Swine hCUrJ. !! '1; Let_ see b wnts tobite," and( he theL4

What Land* N_ upon it fjfd tojg f.*fatten. l' put \g hand my :.Ja 1 did dot
k .AU lands that DOt it, an .p bit bit ked l lis d.
it baaisneededbyethem.: dnot J w' fW i U thisthe td blatwEcl of tb -

.; ;.Ii; ,yon. intend to.,raise corn or b my up and carried me to the house. My [ are Deco S
.... I -Tbe.Xondon, LtDtf Stock Journal fartherthan.1raayont but, when I th&adoration '
4' "1rh li u.. ". ,"wD111114JD01a. I _----- -_ '_ 'go- -- ,- > woundwas soon dreeedf and-afterthtokgiveja Y; of .Petzazc '
1: \ Even': states that diphtheria amongJow) I IremectoRndfo : ;dbJdUifmclrPimieii ] toe' BomqthjmY*&}& x feltpretty ]br, possibly, the'to of "

s 4aakd1 D' btWiy rfgt,fie, if tOo made consideraBM fitragei in fP4J"ce conbrfkAe! f'gtlfl-'l.lw\ wolf Heloise would be'iSan

-reI .- B l.. i f tJ iiil L. li"J_ -! i>de' .. te u.. ,.,. tM1IIt Idre.Df'll. and;althaiga hey- vereecrme;

.gtaeeei ikea ae4libcb'lat"'eIil'ftUd :,its cnre is. papapinethe pt AS'Ji + for yet I medltafed re eng%.>'4 ;;6HtM'to touch

**and. .,.1", _.tJtA"T.ft". .r.-r...tn_ 'l active fldneipls/f Jhft papaF ree)J' Ili.TrT_leaves, coloring-under, the touch ofJherSiscli do s'ome'de.d'twld'1>''t':tnmp clear as anything regiig ait

; :y I+eoTg cosrwdotiptm whichjjdissolves! wjjthe./ .false.,.men> r > first''frost; that t bleaching repanidrd''c'flae ay;sft \liiil'tboroughly ': ie afld'ialei tld .'

: -ogravdr diraitnedlig ttn;: t>>rane.. Ijyi,. 'ajppJie4 u ..grasstlfe i2 overhead and the softy recovefed;;ttioldr1me t t' the"exptahiatfioabi."oe

.i rock nr allege{tmperr ..taWDeedi al y :. ,afn.niri.'i :..., 'me1 forget nryseK;; :1 walked *'rapidly inwhaV pasture, Iieaeeuit"OhaTeetdenEelntrig yeasonsz il3snfttb$

I" ;;! ....-a"t JJr".. ","hell-UNd.U I '-:'ThI;aiatertlat'iiaw.tlvet ri'plowid I I thought to be a home"ffirection1but'aftef ;for lie aid not evto: 166THb&ck-a"ft(;; foe femjAine y pat
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" 'WIIa\.tcJ.1ieplnecJ1"Yt i IJieIli 'oItb ldet'buldirblelPOrtione'bHtbe' : ; he crossed the fened*:Hjow'' '''wisnea Loved unt eell'

f&faee : : aDD; and'.deposits'them'lei r waslnore 'cbnfdsed im'dt'first. ?: Companions I"" owteU'!- The ttl a
,apt v .The of e'1fIt it ifr' e ;Wnd fo my ,
lArka ms was a coudfry ltt"thoeed
:the bottom 'tiie 'ditchfti lei w
soi'fi4 mdr.t'ibe t+ootd'bfr tp jg WherfitpercoUtetf 8heep ome ( ghtet huddle ej
through the soil aif under* dayaso wild that you could Sometimes idea ot anything lite
to -
i >tiadQzi-s''JD811 netrafe.'far 9tdI 'I' telecr agkinj; aia1an .
I { the jrarUce tot Ow,witr, 1MCAll vei' 'drain thelossisredrfcedlo the situ Lest travel for days 'without seeing )a human answer came from the woods.' : Another1 lktualrivalry',. ,w, but thea '
, : possible ainiJ nt.*-There Is some toss in hahiltatioli'I began to get excited. his side wefepure1y p
into it. It is necessary to draw tlfewater. i howl andmy1 'companloTis Jumped--'th'e)
;, ;;off-fcuchra depth as will!gtVro'the' under lraf 1i g"W water*; !:but even this is Any one laTfamiliaf that with is'rib life fa the fence: I selected/'a: lj-6 ung'lamb'itil& certain'*"joint' 'w jUViS i dlprK

"r. tI' otl.groWtq' topd' t11)f .in r gtfat iJii1Ppreventeci:by' havihg a wood knows there feeling llad ever looked sWetviridv''tende"rIiom ;feeling 1 wefe' fatthfulfv SK Irfmniff 1 mL*

ToomT to iJraeh downward for fhatfnbuf'rishmenti growing crop. on" the ground alT the time. like becoming excited" in alorest'It' is ?, and I'made i a1'spring'ior him; wh'bang pressed in the lines which bale !
V* inexplicable=1i1t '''tlie shaking that struck
.., & Icr-t T.- / us'pleafantlvy t TWs S-1
.. 'thatnris1' neceataiy te their f-4n, Australian, sheep-breeder| recently went a gunt'and: t7feli'over; sliofc
; .... sometimes seizes" a "hunterT'especiaily .' 'hat'Ilftfo
:, :TowtH.c Utbewa.isonl 'one'foot purchased 173.merino- : -j sbeep' -in if belie a:new'one, ;whew a'!deer aj>- through both''fore' legs"tf r 'l'-look d; u$> AfdelifhV'telttJi( k z
from the amount of'&df'from"Wbich fo :Vermont, fo J; 'hich.he paid the sum'of proaches.1rWhen man1 i'nihe woods is and saw the farmer coming whined l$3gSBg8gBS<

j: gathee nourishment,'with the'dftadvai $30,000.. rour4o'f.the/ams costs $2000 lostii'' .' but ne frownetfami leveled" ;is'gtrn i i w
convmce l'that
he is feels au al .
<-" Cage .:.having, ,tbeirfeet:wei by capil 'each.' 1 The freight *tot:Australia'will. most irresistible; lmpulse't run .'wild.. at mYhead. .' ".'r -- oJ : J ;| As for his first flirtation ? i
S .1 ; ,{there waa no
..aary.1ettraCtion. Only rtqutttie;'plants to nearl to r i'.t'" great tffpibi&ii
amount' ; 16000 'more- which!
; I t
Children have been lost in the woods lay ,in bed at Home."rou meroUi .
;grow wett with their t.1U the water. .Increases the S>rdi id$36000 about \. iThe-'lady waa clea ec) %
; or and in half a day's time t iey' (are, In friends:.'stOOd ,ai Wid :Die. and w1i iI
I -lowering thV"water below the an'a ve rage of: '.$!!od r per'-sheeP. Thebider'eealreadyli some instances' ,,so wild than"when c. found. told them nottrlo"'sh&i: -'aau 'eoquettei jrtat-'deal tdd'woluphioiirr of ,;

-surface prevents a large amount'of S" a"flock;';6f-92,000w they assured that' Ras out oi"in.'
will bite and'scratch- and me
, '' .they scream; .. the cases of the
evaporation,'andMta 'effecV tin Pooling; and the Vermont sheep will be used for u 'J''I : ." I lllh mad
even if their approach '
the'l eoiE'-,Tl e water'b tiemoied;- purposes of iinprbVement. "' them.- I der., k -_ "* sa It t Sul: 'anesai it is quitq f mpolpus
felt this excitement coming on me, andI have been ina very theant
i ; : .
sir'andwfaiIIith'are'' admttfedv'Ib : 1
I,; :soiL'ss f! od, :1M' \rc ]'ussi the- -," -Clay soils,are.generally; : _better for knew that if I did not':do something condition," said,one 4f,, ny 1fn i der- thateonso t1

;- : r.. J) ..,1. wheat than sandy ones, because they are counteract! its influence"'\iould go ""Several days ago, Sou, ., went out.,,hunt.. ... S morselesslv. ulaved tact and tN..a. .
I I i Darned.. .f lands' are,.. 110 for''" ::Wi's..reason' not.subject such suddenextmnes: oftemperature ,wild, : -I'reflecte'l-'how'often. 'I had jug, and as you did, not- -.return.1' ''' rye their"uJh., -" -_.-IIg aA' -.- -... .,. ..,

i ,earlier'forp, iiriting t- a fe ; 0 wet.Jsprujg7 ; -,and moisture,and'are. moretenacious been: temporarily lost, and' how Bt any accustomedm several J qfus.wptput u nary po'Y 1'tgit4j4.1:
ink rTlied'ginRth'
, e Jo. in theircharacter. .Timber other time I would have laughed at the to look.f r y oou.and 1'CuJmay j .imflgi ie stern
: 'crop is" summerbp'tbe land 13 better: than'prairie land, ; j cjiaracter.aijd\ an iron..li11. .
? giickenthr.hjthe 'of
vsethe idea running wild. I thought that! our horror nben pdy ert'on
: Ye.fia your ins,,, b eerin lwptecs'p iabz .1"
V. -increasedteinelature' of:"*the*', soil T J; de&iyirig'rbotai are pretty sure to ;would fire"off'my gun that; !ii rmlghtfford'some"reUel. IHXil.L We,drew: yo'uout.: and,'jvije :rejoiced pine'ntures'!t'Ile' ;c Jd fi
which amount to severs}}:degrees and'the 'effect underdrainage; magnesia and ..
looked around, to discover: tIa>; life tivas.ilot.. draTmpre> .l '
# s d
injurious effects of'early frosts areprevented limie arid' silica are'more'' abundant"and 'arid'my'hair1 stood oh end<< : ?3Ty- gun tinct.. You bad,,evidently .been walking ; Pbisl' Unreserved f **'*'- fi3encean";')t ,h.....
ff1,7.1 :
1: mthe same i r sr. Cropsare'herefore more* abundant and nitrcgeil'is less' jwas; 'gone!: "'! 1i Ult" a 'mdment* ago ?' and 1 COil rapidly
< "" I'--! ,l abundant : ; very : hadstepped': .info tp ict riiepitdtsposed'to;'i3rhi| iR'h '
r : given an increased period ; and such land beibgj more I thoughtfully mused "what'could '
; 1 the
; pool before discovering its.Yqu ttT nMl!ty. athficli'co J1it"t end'lb& }
I;, 'in which to make ttieir"grg"wth''of at i rolling"is"better-- drained. and -dryerPjaiVtevFarmer. ._'. have done with'it ?" 'and threw back face wore expression 'of alarmandWe {> L-'"' .' 3 -1T tt'W ::
at seasonsiobmed
tU ; ; inglr Convenie
.., least tdro;iieeks. Thisis'Vrtainjy; a'vetjtmportaat i iI my head and howled *"I must not aieffort ; '!' "" .J
= '"*" "> en-I :not. see that yea,had so e ln t e e Pn
I I gain.- :- .Farmer--. < **3fo0aMtitTi'- -The fatter' a breeding sow'' is, keptthe courage such' outbreaks. ," I'saId to ,to get outjiand.Ije'! dgnpii! :! Und"theealous 'senfeptimulasr r 1i1dftij
\\1 .un more liable she, is0 myself '"for 'wild.even
destroy a'man will in '
go 1jeXe that
!!:7'IAabes'fra'sh'from'the''s -' you..bp.d ; .. t- ,, rhioh"wronght sniesfute: esi !
LMcfttiwotf/Cinfi r 'tic AI'J + ii.
: &
.her- pigs by, ,lyingon, them; or'-eatiDg", a city if he howls very much ;"' and I mriat.
O've ]Sr fur't them Sows left" wild" 'remembered when' When I reeoveredIa my friend;to des 6avemalated daeoti.W
: up. to run. ,will that I was a boy sev-
=nave all''therminera' .4 ; show me the'pool'>which rhe' -did 'tIm. been needfttU t. iikMirtlaveUin )
;; COn .. constitu= make good mothers, and will generallyselect eral of my companions went wild while ,
** /-{ ? '' ; ing me as I .:I did noU'rc' patent:to tbrt)!ei*"Att4ifefa
'entriiecessary for,plant growth, and :shouting requested. <; *
a in
: .warm, dry place to farrow. .It of a circus prb-
= lmc8t
,I iare-therefpre: ; very Ltl'l"'I'U.-' is fo'rthis,reason thatthere is somuch.I' cession, and that'the showmen caught member-to have evei" seen' the peal, 'uniJVawpe&asp oal1 ,14

I.j izer'ths a ""wonwrat d o f flaturaliy,"poorao advantagein, ushg'fuU-blooded boars I'I'I them an'dpnt'' them;in'cages,' where but I recognized a tree close bye SoriU- tweakn si'oe4bUDlJdi.! Itab..;trdatbest

.' .u'?S1targe liatf oi''tjle' oUSh lsie:' .of, improved I( breeds on, Iargefcoarser 'they remained,'even'defying the'recbgnition thing bad'been "gna"w""ngtbei; ; ofthe 1 ,wft-gait. eoly WImit.iomi' i 1rcltc

: ; .covered from>l asties'Itf le&hiMg; ,'and 'as boned'native 'sows. The ;progeny .se_ of their parents. One of the'boys tree':andIoould; .plajnlyseetthe! rti> urn> I inif 1 1'n lilii saiirniesmgailtyataac

i, this const ituant is a leading(oriel') leached cur, the good, qualities. from: its-'sir .was'named'Lukeor, and' when his i print;of a :wolf's t etl ,,M Jrp.m.thi3)tree., f.rl neiri .dteiri'tahlgselfishne'ssJJqds

a shrsaiedf: fe9s"f alnera8 i a"p.aaf than with 'a.- better. .constitution. and-.I more, I,.father came along and looked'at Luke t'went down intq_a ,\-altey; albcg. ,na :anbA'1)
\ ...
: t' : .A. : _
whet resh. 'Thef oWn f should save;insecufle hardiness.. could get from'.a, full- the boy held out his paw.- he t had paws trail but ty a :way strang4iy.familat.lsoon .I1YM" l.1 i ii
; .- .I" !
:a Iace ;af'the'ashes"niadandP11'tliean'fdifllfdd'ln; blooded pedigreegoingnack. throughgenerations ,. at that.time=and'the old gentleman reached,a_fence, and 1ool ing!)l I WJi') & JGo.A

: i i toptdiesa k)othrentyliiisYi s 1145"1.petaere feed and- little"exercise1.. .' .'"* that devilish monkey wants to take hold to the farm bous n t far, wayx- 1wO *Ot: with

to air' id:pasture or,1 meadow ill give ,- 1-A* iioVfcuow .me jview of findlnfaTJfesteWte*suit burn

-' good :f rarns for several.pears:: -;'The' of fruit has ; : way butwhoseiace,, ; )tp meVwasamjliar, .I I jtinally examf +d:6he''aidtileFe! i"Aayou
growing been commenced .' .o'f
"" '"' by .1, .ai,this recolIectioit.andIgotJdown *
;: talked to
leached ashes should 'in, ) him aboutjieep raising sure'theie'ae 7bo'bd&ts4Li
Lord.-Sudeley : ; ,suet
Y Ahe'ilffie'rmanifer; IietWmarapplied at Toddingtoa,> ,near andwWed at the root"of a finally '!B !
; 'b X CheltenhawEngland.. Two /adroitly,tumdKjheucc( iyersaiipn g b;'dotp 9pirfira' dfaf
.- ,.fears, ago. tree. /"Then,'I arose and howled. Icouldn't { > wolves. ;
t" he rate of'ldd'-DuineJs; 'perrijtm there, ppn --1\ V'irf'vi") sny own family 1'tWefet tibJVlW1
i r it*. .-- ,* at a#'fr *' :were; 1 planted .93,000 gooseberry. :sliand'pn:' feet ; i \ h
v joi my hind : Wnddef
; u! _._ r._ bushes, 2.o3 plum tre 1C7.000 blackcurrant very? '?'! had :'a."verycstr8nge.-experience Moses vhaa hm,) M'th -
'} hariffWl didn't't hay
l'es U on2-Ye8.- ...-- T- '" ., "-.,-'tnn'rfeet ..- 'with has gone away I sell'itr'lidfc) '
eachfu !
t have"beepjxmght; .and r! bu shes,2010apple: i ttee,2pear and 'this U imet't.-- a .,? |vhB Said.L.."Atbdbtwoveers :
a tart by The truth ;
'used utO! many*-,year by farmers* *andgardeners irees,.$845 damson trees532cherrry is*,' I'-had' gradually become- *.!*a 'wolf. *I ago I'Heard j wolves Thcwling :ins ."Say"iL'6eUm1it has l f l.bkw'.

n Long islauutaud near the :,trets,10,000 red currant bashes, 23- feel that the daytime, which/is rarel I did: nqt "Ompossibfe; Pray;\friem. Hyvhaaso'wifr1'doHf _1"
: who
one chooses
'shore wvnVln" Cjonnecticutlj i These 000 raspberry bushes.100-cob nut,treesand this manuscript any i incredulouslyat to read know: but that they intended+ a':''aid on '&&&*& Min
,ashes. re11 ug fmauiiy, jomjCanada.AshesjttVesjwially .(2 acres_ofstrawberI'l plants. ,In this; and praluce Rill all kinds : my sheep;and taking my gun" I went. tings der house she go graiy." "Arf

-ffor..tobjccoi ,addition, 100 Scotch firs ant i; 10,000 to prove; the impossibility sef arguments out to the sheep!pasture and hid behind: jintbe hanged'iCheu> ttftapftd***:
1 of 'a
land;and omoo raisers nd'tiTein{ claimed the eneteineMa&h2pmd it
profitab1It poplars hate been planted, sheltering a stump. I,had 81ot"b en 1there' >ddiilt:
man retrograding into
.t.T: has teen obser'yedahatt j, t wherethi'fertnier purposes.., Lord Sudeley, is at) present probably the same, man) too jat wolt. ;be and when the wolves jumped oter'the fence.! unimpeachable ev:dence. 1Vlth'Sbeairtbroken _1
may a
.has'been t introduced'it. erecting large jam manufactory in the believer in the theory "of tvolullon. I fired and one of them fel l.Direr inane vhel'VrThe'enstomef! afEeldg Oat'.
'retiin;i its Bold the bushes loaded loift' o. iarfiebivhenaheDbberdetairkd
upon confidence of centre of this estate,y shall my JtUninuLtothlm,
those'whp:use, it" not argue this point though, for 'and was : : bhei l 111I:
Fruit-growers- on the evebf ,
-A local that' in shoc&irigiwhen.hd
paper reports a farmer regard to my own experience; I.amcertain
,to getleactied ashes for theirfiinallfruit'ganlens' in Ilenrl+- whined and gave m6 !a look f 1>o its ail tlghit:aRer'i1L' f 'f"fdot'pedsteatl'yon'krioi
S- county, Ga., was'cutting ,:whil4t"any one wk5opposes S.nearJy
; and ven,}rclhards, of 1 wheat ''not.longagoand; : .uncovered','a could only 'protest without proof, and\ human that I.: could ndt shoot 31 put juD- 'UYfI.bIpfr .
large trees are much beriegted.bVr them.Save' my.hand on his head ma respectable'family 4cafossa ...
lichee and he '
partridge nest with fifteen eggs in it.. his arguments would lie 'mere ;loqked: at
all'thelasbes: ,leached.Jor:, un1each'e : The mother; bird.,,Hew- off,, which left ssertiODS.8IlSustalned by me-by George sir,no offence Intended, ;head-clerk in Rochester, and you bti
a single
; if here: i9 but .I vhas here :se, 'yedrRie'p '
anj a good opportun.ity'buy the he had an eye; ( twenty 'rn'
exposed to the had not very 'nearlY'likOlU'S.
eggs been
scorching rays a fully developed wolf .......
and apply 'them. AmericanA9rwutturtst. f ."' ;ness." :a-4 : ( ,' t1.:1-J1
; of the 8 flleturning that way two :a'few"moments until several other si : t- ..-., ... 1':'
.., or three hours','later, the farmer. was i wolves came*'from'the' valley'below and "Xo apology. necessary;" 'I 1Yepjied"please ; 'PoTATtJVIBAILS.! -"' -'Wash, parejuAsoak

". Corn for Sitting He: .. astonished to ''find that every egg bad began to sniff around me. When satisfied go on with 'your J" story." *P J-' I / asmany potatoes as yqu Uunkjwwli

It is claimed that corn ::lsl the mOst hatched out and the restless occupants I that Ias'genuine'they sat' down, "IIe was wounded in'tliellilieg: ne- d'Dually: ;aIlotiiOr'escb

suitable food fog,sitters i ilhe requirements gone. This'will- be the Orst.ii)tlma- whereupon we all began to discuss 'the and'after. it was dressed it ..healed .. I personasrpbd'wisslito'e's'm ofea gbaudit
tion to the wor1dLtaat Eli Perkins" is advisability of getting something ; 'with any b lefC'qver rfhey7c&'b8' '
of, a sitter differ from; those ofother to wonderful 'rapidity.. .,Sometimes the &
hens. Keeping, quiet and< without spending his vacation In Georgia. eat. It waS soon decided that we animal's eyes would have". puma"I ex"pressioni'theij easily!otUlzer'and'madeilnf- spc$>!:l'stable
) -, '
'1 '
much exercise,not much is requiredto When cattle clieri leather, wood should go down' into the "Valley, where : agai i\'ii. ;would"glare 1 : ii 1 i e dlsfes.* ; tfe/'afi e1e\\.

sustain Ufe.and theirfood should be and old bones, remember that it ,indi there 'was a farm well stocked with any 'other wolf's eye ;' butupon'th'e; lost or wasted. Cook, thenl l feJ2| B;

r of such a nature as to'digeSt: slowly.; cates.a lack of phosphate of lime in sheep. The mention of sheep made my whole, he seemedlo intelligent'andap.pearedto : salted water for half fe'tftinr! o t ?j jpapkin

,For this I'e'clSOn whole grain is'preferredand their food, ,\which b required to supply mouth water, for, being a wolf, I' was 'be so anxious to do; solfeth tHier t iaiin,tbeix7" i(;,' f1ie1 .$ Semail'put _

corn 'is thought. to, be-much the l bone-material. A teaspoonful of bone as hungry as myself. We'-started on'our to repay"me that.b ?aayilJ'tooriSm: ; : Q air a }th''
\ -- -- meal' ; daily"with their will expedition. and soon i reached the down ftwisf tfe' rlp) kid'Mit'the mtof
best. Soft food of any kind is soon given ,grain. i to the pasture.;add told him to '

-either leaves 'the nest too frequently or which induces"it. If the ,disposition fence to seize the steep a man sprang more than reached when turn them ont" retull y'lbfl.fea'Mplatter. ; :;

becomes very ,poor. The advantage of '{6 :teat 'oon 8' s', indulged in when from behind a stump and fired upon us. he rdhim howL.1 seizedimy: gun, stole,,1 and 'serve t'onceVfTb e1't1tl

cows are in grass the buckshot wounded one' of hind around light/'dry "and'meally' and' !calf llkamock
som over other grain is that it is more deficiency then my and watched; He'kept-on' : ;
oily and not so likely to;stjreulate'the evidently, exists in the soil, and the pasture legs, and, 'after'vainl attempting to howling, and pretty sOon 'sayr several snowbliTft 'Yoti'musttakte'care'

"production of eggs, and, being hard greatly benefited by a top leap over the fence, I fell among'' a lot wives jump overtbefcnce.. "Just'then' I to wring keep theBapkin a good, round hard,shape.8( thepotOwill li.

rand compact is digested much slower dressing of,bone-drst. Two or t1 r ehundred' of bushes, where I lay perfectly, still, my,wolf, made a dash after a iamUjmd, ....- ,-'
I:_ :han other grain. pounds to the acre,sown broadcast hoping to escape observation. In thisI I shot him. He was only wounded' .=The, eleclfjcity generated by _ttoTnachinery

Farm Notes. will repay attending expenses in a was disappointed, for ,the old farmer and I ran to him and blew his head 1'n(one.of the great Harmoafmills .

better yield-and quality.. of milk and, ran to me, thrust his gun between the off.'f' at ohoesowingt4C0D''ditionWhich !(

Experiments have 'proved'I 'thamusty t butter. bushes and aimed at myhead. I whined "When did this occur:?'! .rl.. ;," ; are not perfec lf>( o *1'

meal is not wholesome food foraay I. piteously and shut my eyes, expectingto "Last Thursday.-1: ..J" stOod, has of iate'charged. the aUld"

of the domestic animals Diseasetad -Dr. Werner- Siemens, has demonstrated be blown into atoms, but the farmer "What time?" ;; phere"as"vto affect the employes ufl-

; death have. been directly- .traced touts by ,experiment that intensely did not shoot. "About two 2 o' Jo k..t. \ pleasantly. Various, att npts wtr

use. When fed to poultry, chick hot not emit light, arid that, "I wonder what sort of Ja dog a wolf I turned and .",, made, :wJthput result to remove ha

cholera or' some disease resembling enconsequently, all light given by heated I I would make," said the farmer, turning the time walked away..* 'It was. 'nuisance,but at last a network of wifl

wai the result Cowatowhicbjtwas- gas most come from solid: impurities" ,.. I to his son. "This fellow whines so sciousness very and found when I .regained con running through'the mill has been-saccessfullyemployed '

fed gave bitter milk, and ceased to and 'not A from* the, -gas"t itself.; .'_. I that I don't want to finish him. He ing around me.-ArkansauJ>sy.friends stead, ; ; to collect the &*

l ,., 7\-at'dtr.. :tricity and conduct it tothe'grbnal
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-tjHEFLORIA' .STflB* the mantle of ilawKl } tinneutal charity 'NEW ADVERTISEMENTs. .'Aoticc. .-

g goAyTNOyEMBEB, ; ;l. 188>. tube thrown'around, him on. account ofiaebdotTacbsowiedgesWmseIf In the Circuit Court,.&nnth Judicial Circuit

-&J!. .. uota man :IDE;B-A.HY-B, A.Y A. if Florida, Bfcwrd Ontnty.

..J..."--. gEpzYITnUIDATi. ;.r and therefore incapable: of man's Henry Wilsonvs.
filling,a ,
I" ::!ENKttrfli f"t: .' ,..' .. Florida.r.. .. : position.) ,lilt not, the', height of impudence MERCHANTS',' LINE, 'j' W. B. Moore.Action. } .

t tc ?cJ )*i .18.-B.'wAaE*; .for a public man, ;no; matter what Elegant Side-wheel= Steamers commenced by' writ of attachment .

tiJilP= -i Editorjfc Pablliber.fLBO hijpositioii and,capabilities drivingly ,sum sworn to one hundred and for- I

' ..-... paces:; in advance Re the .emasculating mantle of sickly ,Carrying: the,, 17. 8..Mall.OXBOfTHE .) '." ty dollars. .

'JIi.J/i l tsoneinchiaapa9e : D qaaxw charity for an inebriety seltaought What STEAMERS OF THIS LINE TWill.. B.JIi)1't 0""I all other jfrmn* interested -

.;:,t>;_a CQbImL" then is the will leave Jacksonville dally trom wban foot ; : x !
remedy Manifestly not onlyto of Lama at 3 ao ,and L F.and W.
: street : Now '
;: ::etnaesontpattIod bJ' .tile Notice is hereby given that a writ'of,
. condemn drunkeness been Hallway wharf at 3 40<< p.m, for
which has
rrfllaotreooinedtemtion..) !J' : attachment has been issued against the I

, .u_ ithgp n&el8IIQ1dre of the Editor I done long since: but the drinker also who Palatlta, Aster, Sanford, ,Enterprise I said Wm. B. :Moore and his property has .!
"' I&uneeeDut&mp. ..
.i. i by drinking, puts himself ''so low in the been attached to satisfy the demand of '

' 1 _PA1'1gB mar: be found': on .file' at Kale of Henry Wilson amounting to one hundred

' 0..,p.8owell & Go's Newspaper Adver10 ,, humanity as.not, to deserve any And all intermediate landings south of 1.and forty dollars. .
Street where position of honor, trust.or profit in the 1 Now, therefore the said Wm.B. Moore
T-g,]JUIe&U ( .Spruce, J ,
!fj. rtWng contracts may_ be made for it gift,of the people., If he thus place himself Palatka. Is the' time to and all other persons interested are hereby :'
;nwYOBK;- i what other treatment he Sunday Boat will leave at 1 p.m. required to appear and plead to tbe
: can reasonably Will make close connections with all Rail declaration filed in the above entitled

IBS STAB u the DRICIAL newspaper expect from upright, sober and think- Line for .. case on or before the 4th day the first

,';"f.J BrevId county.Pod.' ,ing men T Let drinking, in a public official Polntu in the Interior. Monday, of February. rule day, a. c.1.1SS1. .
r and if be shall fall and
I a legal and sufficient cause for removal -I And with steamers at Sanford for
: :$ ""'atlM Otf08 TUumlle at I plead as aforesaid judgment will be entered i
J.i;.': Second-aaa Jlatler. from office. Let the public, male Points on Indian River. SubscribeFor I against him according to law.

', !r 3 f and female, put the band of ostracism on Returning leave Enterprise at 7 30 and Sau- I A. A. Stewart,

iII'= this country, during the last year, the drinker and there will soon be no 'ford on arrival of train arriving at Jacksonville Clerk of Brevard county Florida.
Titusville,October 25,1883. 2Ctd
;iu 00,000 barrels of beer were consumed. drunkards. If there are no drinkers, 'the- Early next morning. +

: ;Ihe'cost of this to the consumer has been occupation of the rum-seller is gone. 84 I Notice.In .

I. ':-,000,000., In' addition to this we per cent. of the crime in the country is I Lines Making for close all points connections with rail and steam the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Cir*

r ..i; ,awtldd over 17,000,000, gallons of liq done away with and a thousand million I NORTH EAST AND WEST. tuft of Florida, Brnnril County.To .

,_consumed the 'cost'of which footed dollars of annual taxation with it. Wm. B. Moore anti nil other i>fnon* in-
, For all points between Jacksonville and
' "$315,000,000.. To these two we must We are neither a drinker nor u tem- Palatka take one of the eteamen leaving t fretted:
. i Market wharf dally Sundays excepted at iu
You are hereby notified that writ of
.add$5,00,000forwine, making a'grand perance lecturer but we are a patriot and a.m. attachment has been Issued against tile y

:-}. .total of$810,000,000 spent by the peopled philanthropist and we lament, with thou- FAST MAIL. said Wm. B. Moore and his property has !,

1 this country in one year and for what sands upon thousands of our fellow men, Leaves Jacksonville tor Green Cove Spring, been attached to satisfy the demand of d
Tocoi and Palatka.
lace! the Censu ,Bureau puts the grand the enormous tax exacted from our people Lake Steamer MAGNOLIA leaves FlorMa The Florida Star. of George Two F-.hundred Ensey amounting dollars and to the interest sum ,,1

': ,total of our national, 'state, city, county in both a financial and physical pointof Central Railroad wharf at-a. in, daily Sun thereon from July 19,1SS3. a
returning same
day excepted day.
',and town taxes at$700,000,000 it follow view by "King Alcohol" and in view For further information apply at General Now, therefore you the said Wm. B.

( .dot our people are paying a tax of over of all the past we see no other effective Ticket Office,corner Bay and Laura Streets. Moore and all other persons interestedare
. hereby,required to on or be-
to ,"King Alcohol" of relieving ourselves from the W.B.WATSON.Manager.C. .,.
1100,000,000 more way enor- .B.FESWlCK,Gen.Pass.Agent. fore the first Monday the 4th day of February

.than for all other purposes combined. mous drain except in ostracising the -{ -- a. d. 1SS4, the same being rule day'
statistics show further that drinker. for said month, and plead to the declara-
,Beliable CASH CASH CASH !
tion filed by the said plaintiff iu said case
' 85 per cent.'of all the crime in the country ><* or attachment preceding and If befalls

is attributable to the use of alcoholic Governor Bloxham in a recent inter- to do so judgment 'will be awarded

drub to say nothing about the numberof view with the Ttmei-Democrat in reference WHEREPAT against the said defendant according to
law and the attached will be
to the RepublicanIndependentmovement It ii the constant aim and intention of property
loafers and the amount of
; paupers THE levied on under execution and sold to I
gjutlia misery produced thereby. aid: "We have a small organ- the the readers pay the said debt sworn to.
publisher to give to of the i
of in the State who
Independents A. A. STEWART
, .The amount of labor lost by our people
i makes are desirous of taking charge of the Republican HEAPQUARTErlSSTORE STAK, one of the most readable ami new Clerk of circuit court of Brevard Co. Fla. l
1 Iieingincapacitated'by inebriety Titusvillc, October, 22. 1883.: 2Ctd
:' "P the liquor,tax to more than $1,000 party-in other words,they want il'l"t papers of the State. 1
Republican leaders to furnish the votes, NOTICE OF INSOLVENCY.
i 000,000 per annum or.more than $200-
and then step aside and give them the In County Court.
000,000 more than all our exports. Well I
offices. Florida is Democratic, and if Brevard County,
may patriots and philanthropists be casting Florida. :

about in view of all this, for some our conventions bring out good men both TITUSV1LLE FLORIDA. WIIEEEAS,Fanny A. Joyner, Adminis
I. for Executive and Congress (which I.. tratrix of the Estate
method, whereby our people can be relieved -U of J. W. Joyner. deceased
of this frightfully enormous and' have no doubt they will), the State can -.. late of Brevard county Florida
having filed in the office of the County
be easily carried. We have had a division -
.,,one than useless tax. The Church has Judge of said county a written suggestion -
in the Democratic ranks on the question ot the of said
insolvency estate
tried her hand in the matter,brotherhoods :
of calling a constitutional convention Notice hereby given to all persons
different kinds and names have been
one portion desiring the call to be I Twenty columns of Selected having claims of any nature against the
formed,- legislators have spent time and said Estate, to file the same.duly authenticated -
talent in enacting prohibitory,;, and made in accordance with the prescribed: The Oldest and Most Reliable Place nf in the office of the County Judge
terms of the Constitution Miscellaneous Reading of said before the 3d
present regulating county on or day of
our people are spending over a
March A. D. 1SS4 at which time there
the the other believing
same; portion, -
_million of dollars annually on liq- BUSINESS will be a pro rata distribution of the said

!crL. in the sovereignty of the people,think Estate among the several creditors enti-

that a call made by the Legislature out. tled thereto, and the said administratrix
The Church her imbecility
acknowledges -
side of the terms of the present Constitution on Indian River, Dealing in discharged.
-the brotherhoods their incompetency Witness
coy name as County Judge of
if ratified by a popular vote, wouldbe said this 27th of
-and the legislator his inability to cope 1 county day Augnst A.
valid. The call has been made in D. 1SS3. J. A. McCuoRY.Connty
accordance General MerchandiseNone rt .
nth-with what? With the getting to
with the constitutional Judge.
requirements -
be too general.a desire for intoxicating Titusville, Fla.,Sept. 6. 18S3 19 Cm. .
and there will be division
no longer -
drinks.---- but strictly Jnt-cla** goods are
on that point. A plank favoringa NOTICE.
"'We are'not a fanatic on the temperance constitutional convention will be in- Nearly Ten columns State, Six months after date will present

-quemou'yet we are philanthropic and my final accounts and vouchers to the
in and the
patriotic enough to do and say what serted our next platform, convention bought and sold at this Stnml. County, and Local News County Judge of Brevard county Flori-
will be called. Our present Con ida, as administratrix with the will annexed .

within us lies to abate this enormous stitution is very defective in many respects -o- of the Estate of II.T. Titus, late
physical and financial drain on American of said county deceased and ask for a final -
and should be substituted
by one
discharge as such administratrix.
:tins has that
Experience taught us more in accordance with true republican Rememlier A Dollar will buy exactly MAl T E. TITUS,Administratrix.THusvlllc .
aU previous efforts in this direction are, Sept. 11 1883. 22 6m.
government. Public reutinieut has not PRESEXTtDVEtKLY.. ,
to a greater or less extent,abortive. The
crystallized on any one for governor. NOTICE.Six .
great trouble has been heretofore that the $1.00 worth.E"tublbhe.1 .
We have no particular favorite for President months after date I will present to
Chnrch-the brotherhoods legislator We expect to give our electoral Honorable J. _\.McCrory. County Judgeof

-all; have been directing their energies vote to the nominee of the Democratic in 173. Brevard county Florida, my final accounts -

against: drunkeness and not against the convention. and vouchers as administratrix of .
the finances o the Estate of Bartholomew EInig deceased
.cbi ter. "The Democratic party placed
In our humble opinion, the of the State on a cash basis, have Address orders to and ask for a final discharge from the i"
Beige guns must be turned against the real relieved the Internal Improvement fund f'I administration of said Estate.C. .

ttpportersof "King Alcohol" and not of the incubus of a large debt, a, mentioned J. SANPiKOitn, Administratrix.
Titusville, Fla., Sept. C, 1883. ,196m.
gainst that king himself. Make drink- before, and have inaugurated a The Store

ing odious by ostracising the drinker. A system of improvements which will aid Headquarters JOB PRINTING. NOTICE. -
section of the State. "
"undoes not need be drunk in order in developing every Land Office at Gainesville Fla.
to At the change of administration in 1877 TitusviUe, Fla. 28 1883. } .
to do those things which he could not be the State tax was 12J mills. It has been
NOTICE is hereby given that the follow
induced to do under circumstances reduced by the two Democratic administrations -
any settler
JOBPRINT!NO. ing-named has filed notice of his ,
then really sober and he ought to be to the present rate of 5 mill intention to make final proof in support J
: .nakto feel that he debars himself from "The people of Florida especially favor Ointment.Cures of his claim, and that said proof will be
the improvement of Mississippi river, made before A. A. Stewart Clerk circuit
.' )folding any position of honor, trust or because at some future day they may lie Cracked Hoofs, Sprains, Scratchesand court at Titusville. Fla., on Saturday

,profit by indulging in intoxicating drinks. benefitted by its improvement, in connection Nov. 10, 1883, viz: Nathan N. rennyot

The time has been when our railroad with the barge and ship canal along Sores in Our :Job OlKce is well equipENd for executing Canaveral, Fla., Hd 5.323 for the lots 1,
the Gulf, which we talked of before. i all kinds of 2, and 3, Sec. 12, Tp 23 S: Range 37 E.
.engineers, firemen, conductors and brakeij'all .. He names the following witnesses to

to a greater or less extent, indulged Tax-Collector's Notice of Visits Horses, Cattle and Sheep.Ask prove his continuous residence upon and

in intoxicating drinks both when will be at the following places for the cultivation of said land,viz: M. E. Eng
of collecting the tax for the your Storekeeper for it, or write lish Titusville Fla, P. D. Wesson, 1!.
and purpose
off duty. Railroad companies O. Burnham. and O. A. Quarterman, of
1883 viz
'fan by year : Canaveral Fla. L. A. BARNES.24w5 .
discharging these who drank when
,ae Bassville, Monday, Nov. n, 1SS3.: direct to the manufacturers, [ PLAIN & FANCY WORK, Register U. S. Land Office.
doty. This was decried as an innovation Lake View, Wednesday .. ." 7, .

.Oa personal rights, but the compan- Ft. Drum, Friday. __ 9, AMERICA I.11BRI'IX! .; NOTICE OF INCORPORATION,

-were firm in their and were"wntnstaiaed' Crab Grass, :Monday,. _._ _" 12 '
j purpose LaGrange, Monday . ." 1H, Indian River & Northern Transprtatton
: OIL .
Theneit'step CO. .
by public opinion. Titusville,Tuesday. ." 2 n, COMPANY.

', taken by the companies was to Haulover. Wednesday. __." 21, tc COLOR A ORNAMENTAL WORK,

; *harge all hands who drank when on BurnbWs, Friday, ... ." 23, ,. Cleveland, : : ; Ohio.STANDARD I NOTICE with is HEREBY the laws GIVEN of Florida that ,In we.accordance

,'or oft duty so that to-day, our railroads City Point, sterols,, 2.;, !' the undersigned, have formed an association 1,
," H
K Carter's, Tuesday 27. i to b and known Indian
inn_ by men who do not indulge in uBarker's (,. styled as the -
EauGallie Thurulay.u 29, River and Northern Transportation
fctoricating drinks, and the lives and Bluff Satar-luy. .Dec. 1, .1 .
; Wax I IPrveo Company for the purpose of constructing -
: ;W&rty of the public are, as it were in Ft. Pierce, Monday,, -. "*' 3, ,. Laundry RULE & PAMPHLET WORK, maintaining and operating a Railroad -

: ,thii; respect insured against accidents SEC()\n KOtTXli.Bassville ti..1 from a point on Indian River at or
'd Monday..Dec. I", U Linen beautiful near Rockledgc to a point on Lake Poiu-
ttebriety. Is there lesson of wisan gives a
not -
:* a Lake Vier.'eJne day,. ." 12, U sett on the St. Johns river in Brevard

taught in these acts of the railroad Fort Drum, Friday. ." 14, county, Florida, for the purpose of conveying -
.. i 1pmiies'which may and should he Crab Grass, Monday ,, 17, lKrsound propcity.
'. ', ETC. ETC. lop three miles In length or thereabout J
to account by the people of this LaG f'd.nhc, Monday .. 21, MINOR S. foxes.ALEXANDLRA. .
25 --o-
** Titusville Tuesday "- ,
t nation? If intoxicating STEWART.Titusville .
drinking "
Haulover -
'rao15 )1c
> wholly or partially incapacitates a Burnham's Friday. ._ _" 23, .r FIVE GENTS A CAKE. 21 1883 22 3ui.
September ,
;asn for the duties devolving upon him, City Point Monday, ..__ .." 31, ,

\to Ilk*fever be his position, has he any right Carter's Eau Gallie, Wednesday, Friday ,.. ... .,..Jan.-." 4 2., 181'. Ask your Storekeeper for it. Made bySTAM Titusville, Indian River, FlorMa.PAYSQNSfe NO PATENT, NO PAY. j

or .
expect indulgence from his fellumen ...." ; Obtained Mechanical Ik-
Barker's Bluff; Monday, ... Si vwpatetSa4 PATENTS vices, Con. je .
>AUI> OIL CO. *-mrM. 1gns
regartl W'his derelictions .bv .__." t' ..
Fort Pierce, Wedneslay. : Md with any :*ucu the liv& .or property of his fellowmen D. W. IcQu.A1IT; ,., .", t II adft1rWkOI1I1MD. l'elIl. Ohio. v cT, "Gt lle for obtaining Patent u sent fee;
: Dtpioi.a.Nbn
: .
are destroyed or endanger? Cer- Tax Collector, Erevan, County Fla. ->. I INK W t4 O0 7 8 I.1t,7au everywLcri.Aa.lrcss:! BAGGER cu. "

.'. ?+inly not auJ. lie who asks vr eshrciar I t Tiiusville, Oct. 23, IS 53. August 3o. H 6iu p1>9Srl.Srao r$.N.-AIJt' Solicitors oirutwits. Washington.1) C i i

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; .. ---- -'M1r' - -- .'The Stranglers : ;, o w-
..; : Our.,. YoungFolke. a aecretary to live with me,like Captain'Walker 'Jocose. -.-"Clips_t j.veniment .- : .! i amore that tbe.:-;bad.not. njtenSZ r ,
f '" ,- ; !. did.. I should .be frightened at .The first famous strangler' 'was. a
A spy.'j but.onlyjo
, ; -( pastry- kuTlttm! ,, gag >huaaiid"ttSfe
: "Oolnirto.8chool.tta ; the'.n 8!' and hould'tiJte. some one to % eider fellow named Francois Denitett; nicknamed -
-The provincial*press- a the
I'b sad handkercbiefsJippedfroDlhia
r rte; =. Dearly nine,and Tom jiaac,1Anon ;. ''nVmrIshed1 .> ,
!,;i' their way to lChool; kill them tor ice. m 111,. : :. Father Francois. over his neck. ...-.J$ .
I:;.... .TlM walk along at pace soslow'Af 'yYee I.have np doubt you would r-I never perspires i bat; r'It pores. iAn about 1700. Having'' failed in : ), 10. I' .......a. "
: t I : .'
:< If they stepped>,mule : should thank ;,too that he cabinetmaker he was '.. '.{otI". ':f y:,
and you God '_ echo is_a halloa mockery.Outward" .': : business as a .. .. ..c ;,. wn.
t ,: '"''l eitat a nice1( said Tom to Be**.' -. has provided'such useful,birds.." bound-Books. -. already an old:man when he began his ;.. ," 1 ,,,._.. '...l, '
;: rVfoUncoom, ay!" o;
k -' .' A*'th to BUy at home and read, .it, f -A forbidding profession 11ie'sittctioneer's. career'of crime. He was master-rob' :, '. Domestic Animals! 't\-h,1..t

i:-:. .4'' t.''Or:' ma- >sbontsndplay". \- _'.' ', -. .i The ChickadeeHe '_ ;;! ;;- ;. ber a' cagon, as they used** to:say in" t- '_ ...........If;,..'...'<,,.( .
; rc
;:''. '. WItY,'jK- >,'of oonrw'tit not to nice," Be is, par excellence, the bird of the -Pound marks are"always .found those days. He was also a solitary Their Intelligence. ''AffectJo\
Saift Bode, with ..! work without accomplices; ...
notion current who did his Reasoning Faculties l'
men heart. There a with pugilists. qrPhilad
::.. **.Bot w.taint do our duty.Tom. 'like : ; .
:' AM ': that all birds are butt few brass bands in'a military He always wore about his person, Jphla\h ad; ,
.:, new.question. why/ .1 t> be sure, merry ; --Very : opI'.tEatepw: :
:; ">>ear...I how very; grand you talk. .;' -*' .' P.t is one of those second-hand opin- parade can play as ,many. 'airs as the a belt, a fine and narrow leather strap, ice-cream. It is a ,.Sky tamer,beloif.:,;.

;:. P.uJll7OU think like ne ; ions which a man who begins to observe drum major puts on. made of strong but supple leather At Ing to a police sergeant, who ibtt ;*
: Bat boys can be u brave u g r s. of this there was a buckle'attacbeda .
who strap
At yon dear Beat, will tee. for himself, soon finds it ne e&1' -An exchange speaks of a man one his cream with his pet,of 'which ba ir*:
. With birds"lifeis; :; a "is but step removed from an ass," buckle without any tongue,'
' !RAnd give up.. ,many. very proud. He exhibited.Der ;! :
:; ."And aide by aide,..1110 to school, '' :four. arid three sides'of this buckle were .
': both together try hard struggle. Enemies are numerous, He'd better make it' three ,or : plishments the other day,, Iemarkblt

. To do our and the food supply is often too scanty. | Tie animal has a long reach back covered with 'little metal cylinder, "She knows when"it's her turn y. '

r Without' a.question .h,."( Of loins species it is probable that very ward. ft serving a pulleys.' To the other' end 6t can't fool her. Watch."' The serg i Sf.

". Some. Hints for Boys. few die in their beds. But the chicka- -First boy : "Say, do you know the strap a leaden ball was fastened, took a spoonful _himself and I threWr\' I.

' .Avoid-that. which you see amiss in dee seems to be exempt. .from... all-fore- why those factory chimneys are which served the double purpose of":a another on the_ floor. The"mom

others. ,Follow .the' example of only bodings.: His coat is thick; his'heart is so high?" 'Second boy : "Yes, handle, and in case of necessity a had, hardly y touched Ihe"it' wood. batr

: the good., Keep YOUr ears,open to all brave, and, whatever may happen, to .keep out the water in case of a "slung shot. Father Francois would 'was snatched upi One .spoonlajfor '

that is worth hearing; closed to all that something will be found to eat. "Suffi on some imaginary pretext, introduce the seargent and one for,Nell, w i:,
is not An older person's' experienceis is the evil thereof"is flood.Dickens' himself into a house which he knew to
cient unto day hero, .,Oliver, ,Twist, ,the order, until the sergeant'pin .
no/value. to you unless vou pr i t his creed, which he accepts, not "for was a great lover of Irish poetry. be momentarily occupied by a single we- posely missed count' and .then; the

by ,it. You are not building, on the substance of doctrine but literally. for man only. Sometimes he would enter as '
He was continually asking ,beast set up a hideous ,barking as a n;,
future but on ,the past and present No'matter how bitter the wind or how though to make a neighborly call-like minder. .

Evil communication corrupts good deep the snow, you will never find the I More.A I any bon jourier. He would then engage -',
man whose best works are always -The most humble of
the civil .
manners. Nobody wants to deal with a chickadee,as we say,under the weather. i in conversation, and at propi- : fune
trampled under footr--A carpet tionaries of the French
doubtemindedboy. Beindustrious, the It is this perennial good humor, I sup- tious moment would suddenly fling the rtpublie.are the--

world wants boys who are not afraid of pose, which makes other birds so fond manufacturer. running noose of his strap' over thevictim's naval cats. There are some hundred ?

hard, steady work.' ."The empty vessels of his'companionship ; and their, example =; _"How sensible your little boy" head, press against the base of tLem, and their importance' is duly:

make' the most: sound." Some talks!1" exclaimed Mrs. Smith. "Yes, recognized by the state which support* .,
might well be heeded by persons of her neck with his left hand and pull "

boys inherit good fortunes, but no boy who suffer from moods of depression.Such replied Mrs. Brown,""he hasn't. been with his right. 'In one moment the poor them. The French naval cat enter ._

inherited scholarship a good cha- among company yet. the service in his kittenhood, and -
ever unfortunates could hardly do cieature would be strangled. This mas
'acter or a useful'life. If you would be better than to court the society of the -When a man does not get up with ter-straugler product of the first spends the first year or two: of hit,

capable,"'cultivate'your mind ;..if you joyous tit. His whistle and chirps, his the lark in the morning, the presump- republic-ended his villainous career in active career on board a man- f.WIr1
tion is that he was out on a.swallowthe where he is berthed in
would be loved heart. Never excuse the hold and
your fashion.It
graceful feats of climbing and hanging, in a very singular .
a wrong :action by saying some and withal his engaging familiarityfor night'previous."May happened in the early part of 1793. permitted to devour whatever he ca .
I leave few tracts? askeda
one else does.the same thing; this is no ( of course, such good nature as his a Francois Denizett had done two good catch. Having thus passed through:

excuse at alL could not consist with suspiciousness) travelling quack doctor of a lady jobs," in the neighborhood of the apprenticeship, he is sent ashore:sad- ,
A Wise Choice.A who responded to his knock. "Leave quartered at one of the five naval. porte
would most likely send them home it amore Marche des Innocents. They were
good minister, while sitting the,' some tracts ? Certainly you may, as a terror to the rats and mice'that t
Christian frame. The time will highly profitable ventures; and he was
dinner table with his'family bad these said she, looking at him most benignly in the
... swarm 'victualling yards and
come, we may hope, when doctors will imprudent enough to risk a third. It I
words said to'him by his, son, a lad,of over her- .speca ; "leave .them,. 'with store sheds.. He is then entitled,u.
prescribe bird-gazing instead of blue- was the end of him I The women who
eleven years : "Father, I,. have been the heal toward the house, if you allowance five centimes a day 'and
pill: illustrate the chickadee's trust- kept stores had become terrified at the ,
thinking if I could have a single wish please." .
this is
sum regulary paid on his lahalf -
fullness, I may mention that a friendof two previous crimes committed in. the
of mine what I would choose" "Togive' -The windows of houses in the Phil.
to the director of. cats; who lay''
mine captured one in a butterfly-net, middle of the day, and were all upon
you a better chance," said the I lippine isles are made of pellucid oyster it out in horseflesh for the, use of ,hi*
and carrying him into the house, let their guard.: At 4 o'clock on Sunday
father "suppose the allowance be increased shells which admit but ,
light, forces. '
him loose in the sitting-room. The afternoon our.'Strangler" entered No.
,to three wishes what would It is not .
; seen through. explained
little stranger was at home immediately, 3 Rue de la Reynie under the pretextof '
An Elephant In a Dining Room.
1" He .
they be? Be'careful, Charley how the woman, who sits up till after
and seeing the window full of plants, selling handkerchiefs to a certain
made hiS'choice thoughtfully, first, of midnight to ascertain what hour the A French gentleman, liviag in la--',
proceeded to go over them carefully, Mme. Lalouette, who kept a stand in
a good.conscience ; second, of good beau of the young lady opposite leaves, dia, .had a tame elephant which WII-,
picking off the lice with which such the market. This woman-a solidly-
health; ,and third, of a good education.His I'wind overcomes this difficulty.The accustomed to go into the dining room
gardens are always more cr less built and active person, quick of hand
father suggested to him that fame, addresses of a certain young after dinner and beg from the gcettOne .
infested. A little later he was taken and eye-was preparing dinner for her ;
power, riches'and various other thingsare I been declined the ..
man having by a young day elephant came when they
into my friend's lap, and soon he family. Just as Francois entered she
held in general esteem among man lady he paid court to her sister. "How were at desert. A gentleman refused.
climbed up to his shoulder, and, after was about to cook a roast of beef, and
kind. "I have thought of all that, much resemble sister said to give it anything but the elephant
you your ;
hopping about for a few minutes on she held an immense iron spit in her
said he ;,"but if I'have a good conscience he would -,
the of
on evening the first call. not The gentleman '
go away. *
his coat collar, he selected a comfortable right hand. The moment she lookedat
and' good health, and a good "You have got the same hair, and the the angry at its asking gave it a stab with.
resting place, tucked his head under pretended peddler, the recollec-
education, I shall be able to earn all same forehead, and the same e'eE-" his fork. The elephant.,went into a' .
hIs wing and went to sleep, and slept tions of the "stranglers" came to her ;
the money that will be of any use to "And the same nose," she .added she garden, tore a branch, covered wit
: on undisturbed while carried from one prepared herself against attack, and
me, and everything, else will come lIe has the black ants off tree and shook them
quickly. stopped calling at took her a ;
room to another. Probably the chica- never eyes off the man for a
along in its right place. A wise decision house. over the gentleman's head. The ante .
dee's nature is not of the deepest. I moment. When Father Francois
indeed, for a lad of that ace. I into his and down his neck:
have seen bim when his joy rose to -"Well,",remarked a ,young :M. D. thought he had a good opportunity be got ears
Let our young readers think of it, and and at last he undressed and took.
ecstacy. Still his feelings are not shal- just returned from college, "I suppose threw his strap; but at the same moment I

profit by_ A it.Very Useful Bird. '" low, and the faithfulness of the pair to that the next thing will be to hunt a :Mme. Lalouette threw up her left baud, bath to get rid of his tormentors,

'"What, did Captain Walker mean each other and to their offspring is of good situation, and then wait for some and the noose wound itself around it. .-_. _su

when"he told papa he always 'kept a the highest order. The female has thing to do, like Patience ou a monu- Then she gave Francois such a terrible

aec1'8arywhen he was in south Africa? sometimes to be taken off the nest, and ment." "Yes," said a bystander ; "aud thrust in the abdomen with her spit

Did he mean.he had so much writingto even to be held in the hand, before the it won't be long after you begin be- that it actually disappeared in his body. The Spread of Leprosy.

do ?" eggs can be examined. fore the monuments will be on the pa- The blow was all the more violent because -

"No," said auntie, laughing softly ; tient" Francois had at'the same instant The attention of prominent physicians

"he meant a bird called the secretary." A Horrible- Story. -An Englishman shoooting small pi U djviclently toward him, in the hope is being given to the increase of '

"A .bird I What was the good of The author of "Siberian Pictures"says game in Germany remarked to his of flinging her down and murdering her. that terrible scourge, the leprosy. 'It

that ?'He aid he could not do without that, having on one occasion lost host that there was a speck of dangerin Mme. Lalouette called for help, the appears from figures given' that this'

it" .' his way, he drove up to a large hut shooting in America. "Ah," said neighbors rushed in and Father Fran- loathsome disease has Increased in this

"The secretary-bird is a most useful' whence he saw a light shining. Cau- the host, "you like danger mit your cois was arrested. But he was foolish country nearly seventy-five per cent.

creature. Eels a real blessing to' all tiously looking in at the window before sport ? Den you go out shooting mit enough to recover from being "spitted," within the last eight years, and is still

who live in south Africa for he;'de entering or knocking, he saw a hideous me. De last time I shoot mine brudder- and was one of the first ferlampires of spreading, while no definite steps hate

stroys a vast quantity of insects and sight. Two or three men were ranging in-law in the ttchomack." note who entertained the guillotine after been taken to stop or check it This

reptiles, which are a great annoyance." dead bodies, which they brought up its inaction of several months. disease is the one which the Hebrews
Judge Walsh of has decided
"Why he called 'the secretary?.' through a trap door from some underground Chicago, "Suspension," or hanging, is a much considered above all as a terrible plague
that it is not
to attach
It is such a funny name for a bird." store-house, around a room, cruelty more modem method of strangulation, All who were afflicted with it were
damaged tinware to the tail of
"So it is. I believe he is so called while another lighted a large fire. As a dog practiced chiefly in the lowest quartersof ostracised and banished from the citieso
in order to make the animal beat 2.40.
from a long ,tuft of feathers which the fire burned up, the bodies, which the city. Two persons are requiredfor the wilderness. EVen houses where
This would seem to indicate that
hang from' the back of his head, and seemed at first stark frozen, began to Judge this work, the "suspender" and the he people affected had lived where
Walsh does not keep dogs and his neigh- :
which is supposed by some people to "rummager." If the urned.
thaw and to exhibit signs of life, or at bore do. i accomplices are
resemble writer with his pen 'stuck least of movement. Then the pi incipal I men, they generally select drunken The disease has been spread in this

behind his ear. He is also called the performer advanced and deliberately -Satire can no further go than when parties for victims. If it be a man and country mostly by the Chines Thoughit

serpent-eater ; but the first is his most disembowled them one after another. Sam Johnson said to a booby, "IfI woman who practice the crime, it is was known and dreaded in Californiaas

usual name." The onlooker naturally thought he was bare said anything' %that you usually accomplished thus ; The wo- far back as 1845, in Mexico it was

"Is he a very large bird?" either dreaming or was assisting at understand, sir l' humbly crave man, always a female of ill repute, occasionally met in some .

"He is about the size of an eagle, some frightful or unholy rite. But the the pardon of the rest of the com- called vanneuse (liar) approaches an individual where the unfortunate sufferer

but he has very long, strong legs. The real explanation was very simple. Rus- pany." and engages in conversation'. had cone to die. A case was also occasionally

secretary, like other' large birds of prey, sian law does not permit the burial of -"I understand you have rented with him, endeavoring to entice him to encountered by the Southern

builds his nest on the tops of the highest any person who dies accidentally with- another house," said an Austin gentleman follow her. While this is going on her physicians in their practice, and the

trees. He always kills his prey be- out a post-mortem examination. In to an acquaintance. "Do you "man" approaches, like any other pedestrian utmost care was taken ,to prevent the

fore eating it ; and the way he does so the depth of winter the visits of doctorsare like the location "Yes, quite a holding in his hand the ends spread of the disease- The vast nuc>

is curious. He invariably crushes it rare, and it is the custom to freeze number of conveniences. There's a of a long and large handkerchief ber of Chinese who have been flock

with the sole of his foot; and with such the bodies until one comes round, when livery stable on one side, a lager beer twisted into a rope. The moment he ing to this country for the. last eightor

skill does he give the blow that he sel- all those who are waiting for burial are saloon next door and a lard factory comes near enough he suddenly passes ten years, have, had many lepers

dom has to strike twice. If the snake produced together, and, being thawed right across the street. Everythingseems the handkerchief under the victim's among them, and they have mingled

is large mid makes a strong resistance, sufficiently to let the knife operate, are handy enough, as far as I can chin,turns himself half way round with freely among their fellows, spreading -

.the secretary seizes it by the back of performed upon and receive their cer- see." a jerk, and raises the poor wretch upoa the disease, which can be disseminated -

the neck and flies up with it to a great tificate of interment. The rationalist his back like a sack. The more the by personal contact or by using

height, then drops it to the ground. explanation is complete but the earlier -A father of the high school girl victim struggles, the sooner he is anything which the pemn affectedhas

The snake is.stunned by the fall, and part of the tale, even in the hands of had a long discussion the otter night strangled. He loses all consciousness. used or handled. The disease has

the secretary gives it a heavy blow with a rather lame translator of an author with a politician, and after the latter While he is in this condition the woman shown itself to an alarming: extent

.. his foot before it is recovered, which who does not himself seem to have any had gone, the girl remarked, the vanneuae, plays the part of fouUeme, among those who smoke the cigarettes''

,kina it Is it not a clever way ?" great literary power, is not a little quoting from Shakespeare, "He ransacking his pockets and taking from manufactured by Chinese ; the disease

"Yes," said.Allen quite interested. striking. Poe or Hoffman could have draweih out the thread of his ver- him every object of value. When this i attacks .the lips and tongue, and in

4'Arethey very fierce?" made a masterpiece of it. bosity finer than the staple of his has been done, the "suspender" lets' a short time shows itself in different

"No, not at all ; and they are easily argument "Well," replied the old tte victim fall heavily. to the ground.' parts of the body. This ought to ;

tamed They are worth making friends man, "I don't understand the dead This was how a poor workman was have some effect iin stopping the per- i

of; for they are so useful to man." Galvanized iron is made by clean- language, but if you are trying to murdered a few months ago in a dark nicious habit of cigarette smoking i..

"Well, auntie, if t go to Africa ing the'sbiets with acid and passing say he is a crank: I'm with you every ally in Crenelle. The murderers obtained which. is assisting to spread the'

:-it lD I am a man, I shall try and get them through a bath of molten zinc. .' .time." only an old ,silver watch and disease. ,. j




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jg*:'-HUjVl)off. with hurried tread ? ex.' .,Give-me $75,000 in money,for my ..1O : release from Jail"down 'tg.\ -
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_SS,''''the Pon't forget wifely the bread." I 'hia I .I of his death, he was, never ,Evening dresses are made with an )

S'fltTJ 4 So jot.:f.a.division was made. : .touch a card, and "a drop 'of. amplitude almost recalling the days of ,

f-:: "ge,TK poles.careless and married nods and man turns," .to go."ff John(Continued on at the homestead, passed his lips Last I crinoline. Happily, the fullness established 1

&:* .vkM loud the servant calls him.. "6hlft working, labia plain,'methodical way, I died,;and his .confession, duly by French decree is. confined :

*& Khateatjotthecan.* -, r *. -,-i' and slowly adding, to_his.share of.the before a justice of- the peace, wholly to the back, the front and sides t

*-*' :.tBodsaffainin: fretful style. money what. he could raise out of.the public after his' burial. In I falling straight enough. Some of the ,.

|"%' And But to pulleih his sister down, with his a bat emile: profits of the: farm.. Joseph, with his ,'it was this That he was 1 newest white skirts to be worn next the

IfOriK"Won't you hat?," newly acquired wealth, set up an establishment the forgery for which his he-I dress have a single embroidered flounce i

:'..P'5J:: <:*pyyes"hesboutaind truth: 'to tell.. : attthe. nearest town,1 and began was suffering a long going all the way around the foot of

3T_ : fli need not shout loud: a lifeof" pleasure' of the grosser the skirt, but in the back they are-

t ;:jot.briU his eon,- with stunning'ell. sort. His brother gave him no advice I. my brother's wish, not'I flounced nearly to the waist each ruffleI
,.5 tickets for the crowd!
r,.|. .1&r, for he knew it would .be useless. Joseph the document. "He in-I I being starched very stiff when laun-
* 'daughter from the window high he who had ties of blood
- '.with no dried.
spent his -
? TWopthim with her call money great

'&; She anepnmk pair of gloves, and. before he knew it he.was a could better suffer the -Amber is a very fashionable color,

X";?" Aa4. parasoL beggar. In the meantime, John's $25- and disgrace than I and one of the most beautiful' importations -

1i': ve hears no more ; far down the street. 000 had doubled itseUL C One day, Joseph< dependant on me large fam from Worth is an amber satin

V His echoing foo in measure came to him :with a full confession of
1'. 'i d all daylong fleet John Brisben I Of such stuff reception costume. The. court train

; ,He bums,"Sweet buy anA buy." his pecuniary trouble9.' made. American Rural opens over a petticoat of ruby velvet
. "Jack," he said, "I am not only a -
:: Bat wben the evening respite brings! covered with very deep amber lace

'.-'- "* .lad his day',toil is done -- beggar> but heavily in debt., Help .. flounces. The bodice is pointed and

'J .Though. told to get a hundred things', me out, like a good fellow: and I 'will About Worr.en. sleeveless anJ is trimmed with
Hthaen't got a one. a mag-
'::.'... settle down and" begin life in sober nificent
,0> I I woman wondrous fair- embroidery of gold, ruby and
earnest. With my capacity for busi- woman she- amber beads which like "j
: John Brisben, Nobleman. ; glisten gemsin
; ,
. .ness, I can soon make enough to repay runs her neighbors down. the j
gaslight this embroidery head-
: Colonel George W. Symmondt in the 'I you. I have own my wild oats, and she goes out to tea. fall of
ing a amber lace. The effect of
Free Press; the gossips after church
Detroit says governor par-
doned John Brisben a penitentiary cone w.ta a little help I can soon recover all e!or of hats; this dress is beautiful beyond descrip

viol He was sent up from Bourbon I that I have squandered so foolishly." meets the sewing school tion. I
: fifteen for forgery, and hadten them in their sputa.
for years
For an answer, John placed his name
years yet to serve. Our readers are familiar I beats a salesman down,
Dancing-cresses of which
with the history of the case and.the to an order for the $25,000 he had for pretty plaques: softly
humane action of his exellency will bettnerally earned so laboriously. asks the thousand things hanging merveilleux silk forms a competent -

commended.: Frankford, vKy.'eema .) do his patience tax. part, are sometimes arranged
\ "Will that be enough, Jodie, he
may seem very strange! with a graceful drapery of the silk
I read this little paragraph and my asked, "because I have as much more, they may to some ;
which have if it is remember this, friends. crossing the bodice diagonally from
mind, went back six years. I knew you can mcessary. my

John Brisben, and I knew his twin "This will be sufficient, old fellow,'.' s deaf und dumb. shoulder to waist, and then forming a
Montreal girl turned in and panier, while at the other side a lighter
brother Joseph. I wa familiar with was the reply.. "In ,two' years I. will
it back." a tailor who only paid her 40 material, like tulle or gauze broche, is
fee details of the action that placed him pay

in a felon's cell, and now when the sad He went hack to town drew his making a coat, the agreed draped panier-wise over the surab.

f. money, paid his debts, sold some of his $2.50, and heartless magis- Often a garland of field flowers borders
affair is brought back to my mind so I
horses and,.discharged several of his her 20 cents and remitted the edge of the tulle panier. It is not
vividly I must write it out, for never '
servants. Twenty thousands dollarswas easy to describe this new and 'pretty
before have I met, in prose or poetry,
left out of the loan. He invested first person appointed to office style, which is remarkably effective.
in real ,life or in romance, a greaterhero "
this in business, and for a while seemed the new civil service rules was Brocade embroidery is very effective -
than plain, mitter-of-fact John
; to have really reformed. John was en- Hoyt, of Connecticut. She .f and is made by outlining the
:; couraged to say : 88.86 out of a possible 100 points various flowers or geometrical designs
The Brisbens came of good stock. I
"Jodie will come out all right. He ; She gets a clerk- woven into brocaded materials. The
think the great grandfather of my hero
is smarter than I, and in five years will. the treasury department patterns are first outlined in stem-9titcbr
emigrated to Kentucky when Kenton's o.
be worth more "money than I could Holmes thus stands up for the or a double piece of wool or silk .is i
station t between the present city <.f
make in a lifetime." : "There is no such thing as a couched along the chief edges of the
Maysville and the historic old town of
In less than three years Joseph Bris- punster. I never knew nor design. Sometimes a better effect is .
Washington was the principal settle-
ben's affairs were in the hands of cred- one, though I have once or produced by covering the whole of the
meat on the "dark and bloody ground."
itors, and sheriff's officers closed out his $ a woman make a single brocaded design and leaving only the

He came from upper Pennsylvania and usiness. Again he turned to his broth; pun, as I have known a hen foundation material visible. When so
located about five miles from theOhio
er for help and sympathy."I treated, long or satin stitch is used as
river on Limestone creek. He was an
own that I managed a trifle carelessly Philadelphia woman who was ar in satin-stitch embroidery, and_when

industrious,strong limbed, iron-hearted ," he said by way of explanation. onf's short time ago for begging on well executed in judicious colors the'., I
old fellow, and in a few years his sur- effect
"Experience is a dear teacher, and the was found to live in a hand- is extremely good. .
mnndings were of the most comfort- ,
lesson have learned I shall never forget elegantly furnished house. Men's Wear. .
able description. One of his sons Ed-
If you come to my assistance now I can a fine table, owned a carriage,
win Brisben, once represented Kentucky In apparel for
gentlemen a more
soon recover myself. when begging, wore very
in the federal I thinkhe
congress. I
staid and
Once more John Brisben placed his Her four children, the conservative feeling is spring-

was the grandfather of John and name to a check payable to the orderof eleven and the youngest'three ing up, and, though no radical change !
Joseph Brisben. Their father's name will be
entered into made, trousers will not be so-
his brother, and Joseph are all rrrfessional beggars.
was Samuel, and he died when they business again. In two years he.was a caps in some countries denote tight, coats not so long or so pointedin

were' little children, leaving his widowan bankrupt. *. of the femenine wearer the tails, and patterns for waistcoats--
: excellentbluegrass farm and a i and
'L shall never succeed in business, in Japan tells of the lady's trousers not so pronounced. The-
mug littletortune in stocks, bonds and
Jack," he said. "Help me out of this There, a girl, at the age of regular English fashion of wearingcoat
mortgages. The, widow remained unmarried I
trouble, and I will live with you.on the her hair tied up in a red waiscoat of one kind of goods
until her death. Mrs Samuel
farm. I shall succeed as a farmer." forehead being left bare, with trousers of another will prevail to-
Brisben was a good woman and she a large extent. It is a sensible fashion
It took all of John Brisben's hoardto of a couple of locks, one
idolized her twin boy?. Like most too for
a coat and waistcoat will
pay his brother's debts, but he madeno side. When she is of mar- out
twins the brothers resembled each last two or three pain of
complaint, uttered no reproach. lIe age she combs her hair for- trousers.
other in a striking manner, and even Frock coats generally known Prince t f
said : makes it up in the shape of a as

intimate acquaintances could not tell "I am glad you are coming back to I or fan and decorates ''it with Alberta, will be extensively worn and t
them .rl: Bat although the physi- divide
ap the farm, Jodie. You need not do any I cord and balls. A widow who the honors with four-button
cal resemblance was so strong there cutaways, sack coats having I
work, and we shall be very happy to- for a second husband twists her gone

was great dissimilarity-in the disposition getherSo -" a tortoise shell pin, while an entirely out of fashion, except for

of the twins. Joseph Brisben was country, teasidd and clearly informal I
Joseph took up his residence on widow cuts her hair short. I
very surly and morose, sometimes occasions.As .
the farm, and remembering hIS broth are said to be rare.

cunning and revengeful. He was!: withala er's words, devoted his time principally Middy Morgan, the live-stock to the materials to be worn, importations
dreamer and enthusiast well
; a man to hunting, fishing and riding about the of the Sew York Times, hap- have not yet reached us.Judging

learned in books, a brilliant, frothy country.In be left in charge of a cottage in a by the samples, however, dark
talker when he chose to be sociable
the meantime, John Brisben had village, where she was vis- small checks and overchecka, varying' :

(which was seldom), a splendid horseman fallen in love, rnd the daughter of a few days ago. To her appeared shades of corkscrews, and fine, dark ,
and a most excellent shot. John
neighboring farmer, Compton by name, tramps. "Well, tweeds, with small, scarcely discern- 1

Brisben, on the contrary, was cheerfuland was his promised wife. Being a mm.. anything for us.old woman?" ible spots cf white or red, will be mostly 1

bright, honorable and forgiving. of strict honor himself, and having: full j of the fellows. 'Oh, yes," was sought after. Looking farther aheadto 1

He was a man of high and moral prin- confidence in his brother, he did not \\ ; "just wait and I'll bring it the winter friezes will be the most II

ciple, intensely methodical and practical object when Joseph began to pay his Miss Morgan went quickly up fashionable material for overcoats, i

'cared little for books, and, affianced very marked attention."I and in half a minute returned which will be cut as frock coats or doa i

although he said but little, was a splendid ble-breasted sacks.It .
am glad that he likes her, he seven-shooter firmly 'grasped in
He horse- ]
companion. was a poor thought. "I am so busy on the farm, i hand. "This is what I have is a fact worthy of notice that the
man and I don't think he shota
ever that I have little time for pleasure, and ," said she. "How do you like only article of men's dress in the fashioning -
gun in his life. He loved his brother
Alice is so fond of amusement"One i tramps: did not wait to an- of which the wearer's taste playsno

and when they were boys together, night Joseph came to him just as : question, but got out as fast part is the hat. The styles of hats-

$offered punishment many times and the shadows of the evening were beginning legs could carry them. are due altogether to the taste and

that "Jodie" .
uncomplainingly, might
to fall. There was a triumpantring fancy of the manufacturer, so that
10 scot free. His life was thereforea cake is made by beat-
in his voice as he spoke. twenty-four hours before the new

constant sacrifice, but the objectof "Jack, old boy," he said, holding: out eggs very light ; teat the style displayed in the hatter's window

this loving adoration made butfoabby his hand, "congratulate me. I think and yelks separately, and if the no one but the "finisher" knows what

: returns for this unselfish devo- that from to-day I can date the beginningof at all lumpy strain them. shape it will assume."' According to

tion.They a new life. Alice Compton has prom- cups of powdered sugar Mr. Dunlap, therefore, it is impossible

were 20 years old when their ised to be my wife." cup of butter to a cream ;
now to give an idea of what
Bother died very suddenly. Joseph lIe was too much engrossed with hi3 cup of sweet milk, four cups of expanse
curling brim or curve of the bell-
made a great pretense of grief, and was new happiness to see the effect of this 'JUr, in which you have mixed
crown will adorn the heads of our
.hysterical at the grave that he had announcement as portrayed on John's and a half of baking
gilded youth when they drive their
tobeled away. face he did not notice how the strong and the juice and the grated
dog-arta in the Park in a few weeks.
,John, on the contrary, never demonJbatire man's hand trembled in his own. one lemon. Put the whites of
Shoes will follow the fashion of the
took the great affliction with "Is it true, faltered John at last. in last. Bake in a moderate less
cloth clothes and be pointed than
Ws customary coolness. lIe said but "Why, of course it you not one large, round loaf, or in two
heretofore. They will be made aa
.tittle and shed no tears. glad? We love each other, and shall be tints. I
plain and simple as possible, with pat-
The property left the boys was con- very happy." I ent-leather vamps and kid or black,

*fetabl. The day they were twenty- "We love each other and shall be very New York Herald says : "The silk uppers, laced in front. Collars I

** and John mechanically legs of horses require more
: years old, the trustees met happy, repeated : will still be high "aU-roundersn

IIII to settlement There was the blue:1IIia. and all the sunshine of his life sunk be- the rest of the body. They and the neckties will be quiet silk

: farm, valued at $50,000, and hind the heavy clouds of despair. "Yes, be allowed to stand in filth checks tied in a sailor's .knot

$WQ,000 and I wish long and in grooming a horse ,
in well-invested securities, Jodie I am glad, you l with no pin of any 'sort or description.

b1 a could be turned into money. years of happiness." and legs must be as thoroughly I I i- .

'J* t demanded a division. He turned away, and staggered, and cleaned as a coat. '

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. and Friday at 9 p. ou fpto*and LIme BIcL &devegwben. 8mdforpamphlettor.a.JoononsCO.BUSToeMu&u

Saturday lA&n TUnsvOle at' *..m.' Tuesday. Thursday and it a wen-known fret that mat of UM OUR HUNTING AND TARGET RIFLES
Bon and Cattle Pointer toU Inaaatrr thm
Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thnnday&nd u wactbtoM; felt 8heddm's MAKE HENS LAY
Saturday 9 pun. OoBdittoo Powder is absolutely pare and Hare taken HIGHEST AWARDS at International F' oDs. and PRINCIPAL FRITZS in
From Daytona to Tttosvllle. YII7 TtlfiBMf Nothing OD earth ,. Leading llatchc
win make hena lay like Sheridan Condition Powder. DOM. one teataooand to each pint
Leave Tlttuvllle, Mondays. Wednesdays txxL Sold ttrjwiiere.orKiitbjiuUforcU.n ainp!. I.8.Jonw a:Co..Bomm.IUO,.
. and Fridays at B a.m.,
Arrive at Daytona:Tuesdays, Thursdays;. $ REMINGTON7H1'1S $
,-and Saturdays at 9 p.m. WALTON WHANN & co. 'Jf
Leave Daytona.Mondays,Wednesdays and ,
r Fridays at'..m.; ARE UNEQUALED FOR
Arrive at TituvQle Tuesdays. Thursday
and Saturdays at 9 p.m. PLOW aRA &D
Strength Simplicity Durability
,From Titnsville to Lan Gallic. Range, Penetration.

Leave 1'ItDlY111e Tuesday and Friday at Precision Ease of
Action and
-5a.m. Rapidity of Fire.
at Arrive 6 at Eau Gallle Tuesday and Friday Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure.

Eau Game Wednesday and Saturday
-at 6 a.m. ..
Arrive atTitusville Wednesday and Saturday PIJEl'ARED EXPRESSLY for the uso of the fruit and vegetable growers of E. REMINGTON & SONS .
at 7 Po m. Florida. It will produce a heavy but sound and healthy growth on growing trees. ,

MISCELLAIr'EOUS.SPANTED. and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit. NEW YORK OFFICE, 281 & 283 BROADWAY. .
IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and in the
: latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.IT ARMORY, ILION N. Y.


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WOMEN AND CHILDREN Atk Captain MeLotii fiftht xlap ".1!rW to bring you a suck of the

'ro read this advertisement and learn the PLOW

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J v now manufactured

PIANOS & ORGANS. Established 1826.MANUFACTURERS mo' '
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We will save you money, give you the f IRST-CUSS in Workmanship. '' h
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place of all others, to buy superb instrmueiits .. -" MODERATE in Price.
at lowest possible figures,is at

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Every Organ of our manufacture Is not
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teed to give years cvaran-
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a fall line of the leading Piano,and can furnish also have
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O -We are desirous offntrodndngonrOrgans hrou h-
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anling oar instruments.
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All under same management. Instru Also, FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER FLOWS ,

ments.Terms and Prices precisely same Of all sizes and prices from $5 to $33. Also Machines. 203 NORTH FIFTH ST. ST. LOUIS MO.
as at Savannah central House. Write u; IIP_____ U ... Plowing ,
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by writing to the makers,

PIANOS & ORGANS COLLINS & CO.. 212 Water St.. New YorkeuIPARONSILL Valuable Property NOTICE.
For Sale Land Office at Gainesville Fla. )
Thirty acres of land in the City Point Sept ember 21. 1SS3./
From: tie Wo*' D'catesllakcn. ; Hammock. Splendid new galvanized :NOTICE is hereby given that the fol-

.. Wire Fence Inwing-muncd settler)has filed notice of
around twelve
Brought within the reach of all by our acres. Five his intention to make final proof in support -
LOW Prices and EASY Term Nine Hundred young and healthy Orange trees, of his claim and that said proof

Leading and Reliable Makers. Over 300 < different styles and prices No other ioteenyiem.t.Cosplu.gibe..lillsba..o.eul.heR JUOHT'&OK OIOE TO TWELVEW a .1",ni.:. Front. Six acres us fine cane and liananaland circuit court atTitnsville.Fla., on Tues
, l'II .
House in offers er Wait tor a r.ieiu.a.themhe n"rpr.etfa.5otd.ttgtr6er day. November 6th 1SS3. viz: F.1.,
America such a magnificent ill.c&mpe. Mad for pasnpW.4. I.e.JOBJf8OX.OO ,.
&oa. '" as there is in the
line of first-class instruments. state. Adjoining Comstock, of Melbourne, Fla.. D. S.:84.
the land of the Hon. Wru. H. 8ha1'l,('. for the north half of northwest quarter
Checkering, Ludden & Bates Arion, A and southeast quarter of northwest quarter -
TRIAL OF THE BALTIMORE JOBBER, Here is a good opportunity for any one Section
2S S.
Township Range
Mathushek and Hallett fc; Davis Pianos; ; make
a good investment, as 33 East.
Mason & Hamlin. Packard Orchestral, WILL CLEARL SKLSTANTIA SIX ESPECIAL POINTS OF EXCEL the place must be sold. Titles perfect. He names the following! witnesses to

Palace and Bay State LEN CE Parties intending to prove his continuous residence upon, :and
1st-It is the easiest purchase can make
running made. 2d-It is
press as of
strong as any press nude said land, viz: James T.
3d-It is the most durable press made. 4th-It will do as good wurk a." any press enquiries of Dr. G.1V'. Holmes or Hon. Bassett. Aiden Bolton.C.W. Retinue and :
ALL 0\ EAST TERMS. made. 5th-It will tate lCM to keep it in repair than any press made. 6th-LMt W. H. Sharpe. For terms and furtherparticulars George Damon, of Melbourne. Fla. -

but not least) It costs less than any first-class press made. address A. P. Perham Quit n 3w I,. A.Barnes.
The HOLIDAYS Register U. S. Land OtH.:.
man n.L. or R. C. Perham City Point Fla. .

Will soon be here and it's high time to 1sC. or confer with Captain Peter Wright of NAVAL anae.w.Nad :,
.BAt 1LE
think of selecting a present for your wife the fast sailing sloop "Mist" who will New And .!.icPu touHutoryotherrc.tSc.6 wd t
daughter, sister,or sweetheart. Nothing World l Y V"M"'e;"t"! ****** SH1PFEN.U.S.N. AddlOi
can be better or more p1easure- ivin s-aTy '- carry parties to see the property. J.Co IIcC1ItPY.1r co..6):1: .tnutS..Fhdedciph&.Fl.

than a Piano or an Organ. Write us, or tt I ONLY S2O. The Floi-Jiiu
our nearest branch house for illustrated State Gazetteer
catalogues, price lists and circulars giving and
information valuable to intending
purchasers, and warning against humbug BUSINESS DIRECTORY,

Dealers and Bogus Makers, who are now 1 Omt.tln;,,:! fit n'nHt lurinc Imllltl'> :
deceiving buyers through flaming advertisements -
and false -<>f the-
statements. We expose }
such frauds fully. Read our circu- Merchant,1'rofe' i.mul & BU:int,.3 men, b
lars carefully. Address ..4 and the principal farmers and landowners "

Ludden & Bates, Savannah, Ga. 'ti'Jls., orange together gruve. and with plan-a ., .1-
NOTICE. dtL.. rt ,'iI.drh'l.lll Cit**, To\\i rand rillrgf l -

Land Office, Gainesville, Fla. and how to reach them nn.l other valnaM'Information. 0"1
Octt 26 1SS: } '.)
NOTICE is hereby given that the fol Tltisimiortailtwurk will In k.u il jurfan .3-;
lowing-named settler has filed notice of soon n-; the lalior of collecting 1
his intention to make final proof iu support and compiling fact can Tie accoiujdinhed. .
of his claim, and that said proof will To the business -4,1:
be made before County Judge of Brevard ti = this i11 he the most valuable community Uk i
county atTitusville, Fla., on Monday, that hw
December, 1883. viz: Geo. W. Idner, ';
one of the heirs of Nancy Idner. deceased PHILADELPHIASINGER I Price, $5. u> In;;'OMl..y s ub.'ril'-
Thomasville, Ga.,for the S E J of SEt rr tion.Rait .
Section 23,Township 28 S, Range 27 E. MACHINE I
He names the following ,witnesses to *for A'lver'tuiuyi .,
IN THE MARKET 1 Pac with bouk
prove his continuous residence upon and The above cut the w'b. 1 Ftgewithlwekfi
cultivation of said land,viz:B.M.Black ular style for the represents people which most pop ;1'.t.rentswantef in every county, to ,;
Asa Allen,, of Georgiana, Fla., and you for the very low price of we 20. otter Ke- whom liberal terms wil! be otrer .&l
Peter Wright and George Damon of Mel- member,we do not ask CUSHING ,'
you to par until & APPLEYARD, Pubs.,
bourne Fla.
you seen the machine.
L. A. BARNES.Register, w1IfAll examined it If it ia not all we After havinir P. O. Box 10J2.} Jacksonville, Fla. ,
27. 5w U. S. Land Office.1EaRS return it to us at our represent t
your interests and order once,or Consult send ,FOR SALE ::

E wa e : Size Presses, Type and Printers' Supplies. Catalogue free. for Address circulars CHARLES and testimonials.A. Wood & CO.. A desirable, aim cotaghou Blacksmith, wheel and lot wrizht inIitusville ..r

... J.C.1q,spY t Cv.r'hLMdeIr.I.Aa 17 J. F. W. DORMAX, 21 GERMAN STREET, BALTIMORE, MD. 3IarcJ Xo. 17 r. N. Tenth I.S Gin:5t., Philadelphia, Pa. .and general repairing shop at Titust'ilir. ,

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wrtaln that that
.r "; 4W ;: ti.f'.' .. ::. ijtwas was yon, I only say that it is rumored- '
. ..{'1V' i-' .. ;/ \ tl'l ;_ tiiaiiaan;:unless pews, in disguise he islealuus" a certain gentleman of while poisoning husband's What cm legislation do bat confess i

tf:, 1lWHAPD. g.BTODDItD.., ... .? ,It. .vita mured it; aid why bad he gone whom he has:no reason to be, and that mind against a true friend ;. ,and that, that all its laborious statute are little

_'_r.,0. .', ":.;." -' .'= 'Ii." 't oJ,, .to fill tilt trouble merely toting himself he.has'all confidence' one who may not satisfied with''all this, he bad concocted more than the detailed application to

. ?:V;;'J' &ba wbdtbe sc6oolmenwrite J 1; whe4ire]; could;hare done it quite yet turnout tote a treacherous yfllian." the hellish plot' ''of.. murder, existing society of the laws first promulgated -
fi 't. Bat in simpler leave than theirs effectually 'in4 'ten !thousand, better ; which /haWthui revealed. on Sinai, and of the,two great
: ,, for wrsdem; In your.sigh$>r. t : I I This was.beeomi very interestingtome. those
,'. ;.. "., ,, tlslurkrn&unawares.ksN .. places. _? 4 Of course, the affair made quite a commandments into which, laws
1mn 6nrning;aflame with Bush roue.of Motet' =r! 'Ijbe ; *-"No-;' ook on it-; 'reason as I might- VMay 'I venture to ask the name of sensation, in.certaiD' "circles at the time I were condensed and crystalized,by Him

-I i.t fir what wj4dom there dictates! ,'v. I could hoi bring'myself to'believe that this second party ?" but was kept as** much as possible fromthe who- died on \Calvary ? And' even f

, := ;yistsn thet8ilpd you Jaf.U hear: xhsthe the stranger hanging in that bare room "Well, air, as you are a .stranger. tome public at large, ,and was soon science, after all' the manrelqiUMliacoY-

:%* vSB. 14.-_*1rJl- r wftom schoolmen out ht.soft Deer and knew oleo.; had put the rope' around his A own bare.. .. replied,the' .druggist, "I will not hushed up and forgotten by everybodynot eries U has of late accomplished,,.and i
A4t!'.' ',G 1(hark I) t the ou": : neck; 3* <. ''- :U *J ..t mention any names, but, if you should in any manner interested beyond all the signal triumps. .it is. daily achier- i
''::_' -bars the wisdom of roses u 'I told to have business with the ing ; now'soaring lib the skies,questioning
!'fJ' :gtontaaehinekve.nddew- ., the:Coroner.of my belief but ever. happen .. the mere curiosity and scandal of the
3,, at'tP ... They have never asked what Motes' It 'whether_ coincided with me.or .. head clerk of Horace Granger it is my hour. 0 1 each particular and comet and'remotest -

jhI......wisdom.' .;Why' should. .you. t' tf 'certain his jury did not, for they opinion you wiH be within. _-a--hundred What part the wife had in the wicked nebula,and analyizing the tints
,t.">!:f'I 1"; brought in verdict of suicide. miles, -of the'party.,i- plot I do not know. and texture 'of the ,sun itself; now -

'-}pq '. ,Lured,, to. His. Doom. The body; 'was placed in the mortuaryfor ''Thank'you," I said, feeling now I, of course, won.'the 'distinguished-. sounding the depths of the sea, and

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t\f '. BNOLISH. . > be kept there as long as possible After some further' questions I left had taken in the dark affair, and animate and inanimate, to''be the sub
1'>>, ; for: I had a desire to'see what I could the apothecary and repaired to the officeof that proved of much importanceto ject of an exposition for princes'to inaugurate

:Kp1"It wasa very singular- .,,mysterious'andf do is working up the case. Horace Granger, the street and num- me in the- future of my profes- and.the world admire;now "',
+ 4flplicated'case. I started'out with the bits of paperI H ber of which I had ascertained.I sion. searching.and exploring the. caves and
$ r/ .4 In a bare room of an old house in the 'caverns of the and bare to !
bad secured to see if I could find at found a tall, dark, muscular, sinis- a earth laying .

? .. >vicinity of London :Bridge Railway any telegraph: office::any message re- ter-looking clerk, about 30 years of age, Religions Sentiments. bur insatiate gaze the long-buriedtreas-- .i

<; Station a nun was found dead, hanging cently sent off embodying the, words I standing at..a desk behind a counter. urns of Uliou or Assor, or the hardly

't$&j a small cord.. ,.to a ,hook(driven into had transcribed in their consecutive "Is Granger in ?" I asked. Virtue is the first title of nobility. less. interesting outcomes' mounds and ;
wall his feetTesthig on the floor. 3'1.: shell-heaps in land and nowsuspended oj
tthe order. 4 "No, was the curt reply. -Prejudice is the reason of fools.Indolence'is our own ; 1
{. He was discovered some days after I was soon fortunate in getting possession "Will he be in soon ? .over the broad current which i
r, .::bin deg1',*and by reason;of:.the strong of what I believed to be the "Don't know." the rust of the mind had so long separated,,'two,':great sister .r

i' ',. .smell sent forth from his decomposing original message.It "Has he been in to-day ?*' and the inlet of every vice. cities that stupendous bridge over which ;

;:., : ..:. -N.o, is a surely, honest fellow, travel and traffic unimpeded J
,;l,: '. .ay was addressed to Horace Granger, "Can't say. may pass .
?;. .He was- a stranger whom no one 187 street, Manchester, and readas "Was he in yesterday ?" speaks his mind rough and round at from hour to hour, and look'down upon '

It'. .',jmew, and why he should have come to follows-the words found among the "Can't say." once. the tall ships sailing freely 'beneath, \l

: lace. to commit'suicide was a myi4"'p paper ashes I inclose in brackets : "Will he EVER be in again ?" Wheelbarrow- religion"- is what them-even science 1 say in' aH the
. .. -'..tort; _,. ? have [found her and locked] her up ins The man started and looked at me Richard Baxter said some persons had I just pride of these and a hundred other ;
,a.;l._*'" "He was well dressed, had:a gold [private room]. .Come on and use a par- for the first time in a quick, searchingway. who lived in his day ; that is, they successes, has never found, never and ;
::; '.watch inhis'ket, to which was attached I ent's authority. Take the last day train went along when they were shoved. can find, any other fixed 'and steadfast '
and I will [meet you] at London bridge '
' .; a heavy gold chain ; he had, a [station[. G. "What do you mean ?" he asked. The same may be said of many living point of departure,1, or any other sure '(

;; 'diamond stud in his shirt front, and a Judging from this it was a case of a "Has he come back with his daughter today.God and final resting-place to fall upon, save !

L 1 ;:Blaster ring diamonds. on one finger; run-a;.way daughter whom "G." had ?" I questioned, in turn. never accepts a good inclina- in that sublime announcement,' in the '1

i: :: :.lie had also a pocket-book on his person followed and captured in London, and He again started came forward and tion instead of a good action, where very first verse of the'bible : "In thebeginning

:. containing over.two hundred pounds in whom the anxious father had comet sharply scrutinized my person ; but,. as that action may be done ; nay so; much God created.the heaven and

!.'. fcaok notes. see and probably taken back with I fancied with a guilty conscience. the contrary, that if a good inclinationbe the ;uth,.':-I?. ,C. Winthnp.Scientific. '.

?. -. 'It was therefore evident that be bad "Who are you ? What do you want not seconded by a good action, the

': not committed suicide on account of him.As the dead man appeared to be not here ? And why these impertinent ques- want of that action is made so much .

poverty nor' been. murdered for his far from five-and-thirty years of age, tions?" he demanded in a fierce way. the more criminal and inexcusable.In .

.; money. it was natural to suppose that no "Don't you know that Horace Gran- .the estimation of the thinking .

;:. Was it suicide or was it murder ? daughter of his could be beyond her ger is dead ?"said I, fixing a look upon I class, men of deeds are. held in high -Hay fever is increasing year by

'. There was no scrap; of paper on his teens. the fellow that made him quail. esteem but the unthinking prefer men year .in this country, according. .to. the.
I '
r person to tell who the stranger wa, nor A school girl perhaps,,who had played "Dead 1" he echoed, in well-assumed of gab. It is not the men who do, but Medical JVeics.

'. :his motive for the murderous deed,if he truant and run away. amazemeutand horror. "Good heavens! the men who say, that generally attract -The signal station on'Pike's Peak,

a:. .'4id it.i But then,if she had%been caught and How? When ? Where? the greatest attention and, for the time 14,156 feet high, is ,the ,highest build-

i: The room, which was an upper story locked up, it was not reasonable to sup- "How?-by: hanging ; when?-six being, produce the greatest sensation. ing in the world .inhabited 'the year i

4f an old building, the lower portion of pose it bad been in that bare room, in a days ago; where?-London," I an- But sound and sense are two very different -

which was I occupied by a commision mercantile building. that contained .no swered, categorically."You things and we should be governed round.Prof.. Swift, of.Rochester, who an-

,agent, contained no article: of furni- other lodgers. take away my breath." he almost by the former and not the latter. nounced the discovery of a new'comet,

.ture. r And then again if the father bad gasped. Self-Praise. telegraphs to the:Harvard'Observatory i

It had. been'rented' about ten days come on and found her, what had "What is your name ?" I queried.. Remember the good old rabbi who that it is not a comet, but a nebula. 1
previous to a rather venerable-looking become of her and of "G." who bad "George Grenham."
was awakened by one of his twelve sons sixty days no less.. .than :
.man, who walked a little lame and sent the message ? and why had the "Ah, yes-the 'G.' I thought. saying: "Behold my eleven brothers twenty-five artesian well have< been
wore goggles, who said he wanted it father remained behind to bang him- "Yow knew Mr. Granger went to
lie sleeping, and I am the only one who sunk in Denver, each of which is flowing '.
for an office for the sale of a patent'thatwould self ? London nearly a week ago to find his TheIr'
wakens water.
to praise and pray. "Son, pure average depth
soon become- very" popular. with Or had the girl assisted by "G.,' : daughter ?" I proceeded.I said the wise father, "you bad betterbe is 325 feet. !
.set-going people. murdered her father? I saw the man turn pale and shudderas
asleep too, than wake to censure -Dr. Clauston, an Edinburgh physi'l:'l J
When questioned' about' the patent he In any event, the affair was one of he answered in a mumbling, con- your brothers." No fault can be as clan, says : "All acute mental diseases, I
aid he would not then explain it, but great mystery and on privately repOrting : fused way :
bad as the feeling which is quick to like most nervous diseases, tend to thin-. j
would have'some things on hand for discoveries to chief I re- "I believe he did some-
my go
my seek and speak of other people's wrongs. ness of body, and therefore all foods t
exhibition in the course of ten days or ceived the welcome order to work it out where."
The very habit of a godly life helps and all medicines and all treatments
two weeks. > to the end. "But his daughter was not in Lon- 1
to keep one from temptation and sin. that fatten. are good., To my assistants I
The dead man was not the one who To do this properly I immediately don, you know."
There are times, perhaps, when spirit- and nurses and patients I preach }
had taken the room however; and how Manchester. for I
went to I said this at a venture, fanciedI
uality is at a low ebb in the heart, and the gospel of fatness as the great an-
and when he had got access to the apartment The addresss took me to a large elegant had divined the plot.
little of God's sweet love seems to have tidote to the exhausting tendencies of
no one knew. mansion in the suburbs which "Why how did know that ? I
place therein. Then this habit of correct the disease we have to treat, 'and it 1
There was an old-fashioned fire-place believe the is-I mean-"
led me to owner was a That ;
living-a habit acquired through would be well if all people of nervous'cons
in the room and some p iper ashes in of .
means.I "
person "Never mind I interrupted. "His
years of watchful prayer and persistent tution would obey this gospel.
,,this attracted the attention of a detective did not enter and state was not there but
ring, my daughter you purpose-holds the man to circum- Many weird t.ales'118ve been told of
who happened to be no other
business but visited the nearest .
were. spectness, and keeps him .from many seeds found in the hands of Egyptian
any' humble self. apothecary, as the man most likelyto "Man I" and his eyes fairly glared. things that might soil his souL mummies being planted and growinginto
.In turning over these ashes, I discovered know the general facts about his
"You have been there before in the
In order to enjoy the present It is some flower of wonderful beauty,
two o;:.three little bits of paper not neighbors. disguise of an old man," I went on ; necessary to be intent upon the pres- but with so dead a perfume that it destroyed I
entirely consumed and they had these be kind to
you enough you had engaged a room in a commer- the lives '
( ent. To be doing one thing and think of its wearers* It is a
words written on them, though"now answer a stranger in the city a few cial house to exhibit a patent wenton
; you ing of another is a very unsatisfactorymode fact that an English market gardenerhas
barely distinguishable: ?" I said to the of
questions dispenser again and telegraphed to em-
your of spending life. Some peopleare recently raised peas from ,some I,
private found her room and locked medicines. ployer that his daughter was found always wishing themselves some- dried ones found in the grip' of a .1

meet you station o. "Proceed,"he replied lookiugcurious- and locked up, and to come on on the where but where they are, or thinking mummv. When Michael'Davitt- was in 1

Now, after reading these disjointed ly at me. last train and you would meet him at of something else than what they are Portland prison, too:one of the visitors f !

sentences, I began to study and pender "Do you know a gentleman by the London Bridge Station. You did meet : doing, or of somebody else than to became interested in the little garden

them. name of"Horace Granger?" him ; it was in the night ; you took whom they are talking. This is the which the founder of the Land league

Might this not be a portion of a message "I"What do. is his business ?" bun to the room you had previously en- way to enjoy nothing well, and to please was allowed to 'amuse'bimself by cul-

sent to the dead man, to lure him gaged ; you fell upon him ; you gar- nobody. tivating and sent him some flower seeds

c r to the city for the purpose of putting "He i3 broker. ?" roted him ; you hung him up to the What the Bible has Accomplished.The which had come in like manner from E
"Is he reputed wealthy
:. him out of the way ? wall ; you burned the telegram, and least and most hopeful among us the tomb of an Egyptian. Davitt
"He is.
} !- Bat for what motive? 'Hashe family ?" then you hastened back here to play the are, I know, sometimes disposed to des- planted the seeds and reared specimensof
role of innocence." I
Ah, that indeed I could not know ; "A wife and daughter." I pondency and almost to despair, as they the flora of old Egypt. ,

that was something only to be found "About what age would you judge I went through with my accusations witness such floods of lawlessness and
rapidly giving the villain no time for -..--.
out after a :serious investigation, inK him to be ?" infidelity swelling and sweeping over
,cue one should be made. "About 35." consideration or even interruptionI our own and other lands, dashing downso ,.

I examined the charred paper as well "Is Mr. Grander now at home ?" I- piled one fact upon another so many of the old landmarks of moral- MAN'S GRANDEST TKEASUBE.

.as I could, and reached the conclusionthat "I cannot say. I have not seen him quickly and surely that I seemedto ity and religion. But we may all take The grandest treasure it is possible for

:what I had read was part of a for more than a week." the guilty wretch to be an eyewitness courage in thinking of all the great and man to possess on earth is a good wife.

,telegram which had been sent by some- "Is his daughter at home ?" relating what I had seen ; glorious things which the bible has already The poorest investment he can ever *

body at a.distance, and that either theender "I think not. I think she 'is away at and I brought the whole damning sceneso done for mankind since the open- make is a worthlsss one. Personal

or receiver intended to destroy it. a boarding-school." vividly to his mind's eye that, witha ing of the Christian era, and which can adornment may please the eye of the

face distorted with horror and covered never be lost. From what other source vulgar but it will not hide false heart.
Now if the deceased had received it, "Pardon me, sir if 1 seem too inquisitive ,
it must have been sent by somebody, ," said I ; but I have a reason with the sweat of mental agony, has all true civilization, directly or in- Sin may cloak. itself for a brief .season i

and that somebody intended to meet beyond mere curiosity for all the ques- he staggered back, sank down directly, emanated ? Whatotherinflu-. in the garment of hypocrisy but sooneror tl
and half groaned and half shrieked has elevated humanity lifted' later it shall to ,
ence so so come judgment
him, and probably did meet him at the tions I ask, and some time, if not justas 'g,'
out : the and humble, so freed the Pure affection is a priceless jewel the
: railroad station. this moment, you shall know all. poor oppressed ., ,
if he is terms "Good heavens have mercy !I" so enlightened the ignorant, so embroidment of earthly'b. 'In thetrue
i Well, then,where was that somebody Could you tell me on good
Well I had clew but before I inculcated and good will union of husband and wife
,and why had he allowed his correspon- with his wife ?" my ; among money
dent to visit that out-of-the-way room "Ha !1" he said with a start. could make much use of it the mur- I the nations so proclaimed ,the brother- should not enter into the consideration.

_atone and commit suicide without ever "Is this some scandal for a law courtto derous scoundrel blew out his own hood of man under a common father,so I The happiest homes the world e.yer knew

\.k .going near him afterward ? which I may be called as'a witness brains.It restrained and rebuked vice and crime, have been bought and paid for,by mute t

And why should the man come to ?" turned out in settling up the estateof and brought the indispensable sanction : ual earnings after marriage. The good I
the murdered broker that his future responsibility and future and true wife adorns her home and
} r- riuch a place to kill himself ? "No, sir. On my honor, no use of ; mur- judg-
it .And ,could he have found the room I your name shall be made in connectionwith derer had been his confidental man of ment to the support of earthly laws and makes it a little heaven. It is the abode ,

:; ; 'Without a guide, and got acecss to it any information. you may give. me." success and trusted friend ; that the human government ? From what other of a royal family, and a king and queen

:" '. ,unknown to any one, if he were not the "Well, then," he answered, with'a latter has systematically robbed his pages than those of the bible have all dwell within. There are no, false godsin
? "it is rumored-mind employer of many thousands of pounds; the noble philanthropies of modern times such house.. ; -
;;3 a who had rented it in the first place peculiar smile, .
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;'t'1> '".' .', I :..::i..... i ., Line' I J. C,,; HORWOOD.. &, 'CO., pRlTCllAKD S. :U.,Y. | '
-FCri111en's ; :Hack: ATFreiglit; .
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;appear.nett Feek.- S ?:.......t.:. ; .!.I 1!' .' Q..t. 1V REAL ESTATE. tGE TJTitusville '

;':"':';The orangesare ripening earlier.thisf : *BEAD: THISpecialr Titusville,.and Salt ,Lake.tSTA. : STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, ; oJ Jr .

year.tliiatltfy generally do. i .. ." .. regular line of'conveyances, for )19rlc1.i_: ._ .-

ft =Tne'Cinderella'pa ed 'through'.'Indid '' .. .,. .. ,- the transportation of.freight .and passengers Confectioneries: D GRAY. <,....ffi_" ,,.

, ;River'Inlet last Friday afternoon: Opportunity Tobaccos and 'ttf. LATTORNEYATtAW. ''
: with Fine '. J
aliove-named .
between places, ,
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T. .: Sl"r"oopJi'sodowa':tbe: Kier' are safety anddiipe.tch.1 i .,. r., CIGrA.RS. 5 ??

-L..t. elciivto ahip'.thdr.cringe'crops. \ LaGrange, ,-. 'Floutnt. :.'1>"".
steamers to
*. -l _. Connects with all running CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, .
.t its
. :-( annmber ofJpwBengers came Of- Scott. '.
SALT LAKE. \.1C.Thra.. !1
..ft oYerlaaddfroai'.: Enterprise '.on."MondayHr We: have placed upon our Counters a line of : LAMPS& FIXTURES Titusvillc lola. Sanford,lrtr.'F"rla !;\
K For rates enquire of < SCOTT At THRASHER; :- x'E' ,.\
.... Betting. ,tt .. . ,DISHES AND GLASSWARE, WOODEK &" TIXWARE.Meal VI; ,.'.

' >>..'-"' .DOctor'Oowie' _; .has" retained.. .. from. :I J. ALSOHOUSEHOLD 24tf ,E..H. RICE; PROPBICTOB.8POKT3MEVS : ATTOKNEYS-AT-LAW.: .***' 'f .

stay.t New Smyrna, EMPOEIUil. Corn Sanford ; ; '.Florida. .

4 ndOakHi1L. : ; GOODS, R. V. SCRIMGEOIU, Mr. Scott i3 now located atTitusvilla. ",'

; -We are Informed' that the steamer & USEFUL NOVELTIES TO SOLD Naturalist and Taxidermist.Ha = Real Estate Lava 8ped ity-c4: \.e

Fox will probably !*at Salt 'Lake the got fairly settled my new tore Hay II. MACRL'DEK ',
comet )( ln street and Washington avenue, C. x.
week., I will be pleased to show customers the lOl-
lastof this .
.I' arrival of :.
I h order to make room for the lowing. lines of goods: ,
r r-Thehe" &rj'rains during the past two HOLIDAY GOODS BIRDS mounted in great variety. Oats 'Etc. I AND NOTARY PUBLIC. .VM1 ;?\

. :. 'orj; three":days : have caused rather bad We cordially invite an Inspection Sporting goods of nary Lttulfor the men that Ioeklcl1gc, FlorUa t.>:'

walking on our streets. thaot andfah. Oilsbtu a tusliJly. also for ..
of agents XOR 'S. JOXES. :.-f./:

!Ii -A.., DJesner' has gone down the. river, THE BARGAINSToo .e Paints, Oils Brushes, Hardware>, TableWare Jacob Reeds' Sons, '1i.,10:", ,,\
tosNew Haven, on apiece of land which Razors, Pocket Knives titc.AdtfAceluieof .

.; he purchased recently ( numerous to mention in this space: ,) Staple A Fancy Grouriui.ORAXGE CLOTHIERS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. "":

. r xe. & C.... ,1L Cantine. and E. DLBrelsford And are confident that the Were, Home manufacture Titusville 'lolld\: Ib;
t. 1 Samples to seen at store.ISTOTIOISTS. :
1 S2, anti of cxqufiito :
: oL Lake Worth were in: town: LOW PRICES Vintage perfectly pure ,
bouquet. Me Nncd aud Curiosities in great ENGLISH. .' '
" ME.
.'. on'Monday, and Tuesday.Mr. Plainly marked on the Goods will insure variety. As of old what. you cant fbul in the -
other btorus,call on 1: C. S. and you will be
and Mrs.'Parkinson sure to get suited. 9yl Notary Public State at :
t. -: !started i QUICK: SALES. DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS I IGents' Large.
' ,
' for Jacksonville on Tuesday morning, Affidavits drawn and all ln t ness enter tCl\n :
a ,
to mo attended .
promptly to.
Roddedge.. ..-t 1\
going via ClotMBi & FflrasMni Goods. :
and a vL-it to our store will convince you Office at liK_ residence.
this .&Mr. DEALEU March 1st 44 tit \.; :
-Bead the notice,on page; ofthe FACT. Titusville, Florida. ;

1'-0' H. J. Faulkner, of.Oak Hill He cleaires. Respectfully, GROCERIES,' ;.
" J. M. Dixon
to purchase fresh. eggs, turkeys Wand G. W. MACKENZIE, PROVISIONS S. F. ttllAir.Watch I -' '1..: ..... '

chickens.J. ., TITUSVILLE, : : FLORIDA. '
! Titus*lllc, Fla. Maker i and Jeweller. ,,S1JJ| .
A. McCrory is now at Rockledge DRY GOODS, Dealer in ::\.
4 4 4 4 ALL WORK WAltRA. TEIJ. '
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busily engaged in the railroad from that F2 Hardware and General Mcrcbaudise. Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Work or orders left with P. E. Wager or ,\. .
" place to Lake Foinsett,.of which he is the Tout Office,Titusville or with A. Enuly at La ..
CITY POINT FLORIDA. Fancy and Toilet Articles, Grange llM 11 lfcfftvrt prompt 4k ttfn+4 vn.WD1lH''''>

President. C. J. HECTOR, March S. iw V Perfumery Dye-stnfis Paints Oils In TltuIyillc: every ontlay. ., .,5'.
John McLean who has been : ".
Captain "
stopping at this place for the' past few Ulcncoe Flo. Titusvillt, Fla. Varnishes brushes,ttalmosteverything
. Hardware and a first-class Drug House.
kept by
days, started down the river on Tuesday TITUS HOUSE, Any drug, medicine or instrument Will continue the practice of ilediclBe bi' /L.>M.

i afternoon.The Titusville, Indian River, FlorilL'L.e needed by customersand Titusville and ;.
" not on hand,'. will be ordered. ,
.' post office at the Haulover has 'The above u strictly a. First-Class
.. .been re-e&tablished. Pttetinahter Gruber General Produce Hotel, pleasantly situated on Indian Prescriptions carefully compounded Olfiee at J. )I. Dixon's Drug Ston' '':::,4...
River 250 miles South of Jack- night or day with and dispatchby -
! has received the necessaries for the postmaster MERCHANT, yule, Florida.To competent persons. 1)3/t A., H. HAWLEY: D. D. S. :-r;.'

Chas. H. Nauman. ..
s Portman, Pleasure Seeker and Visiting Dentist. ; '
The mail route from Enterprise to Melbourne. Florida. Invalid this House attractions NEVTSPAPERSubscription ,. <=. .

this place, overland, will be a daily one, \nterulxrl.nL lx-0. ft 47 nowhere else to be found in the South. Agency. Makes frequent trips to Indian River*, '
after the first of next June After that .,
Excellent hunting and fishing in the immediate :
NORVOOD'SFast The undersigned having opened a r. O. AiWress
tune' w'c.1rill have a daily mail all they vicinity. Pleasure boats New Smyrna Florida.r.p

r round. Hack Line for Tourists tendance.always in at- NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY C II. XJustice_'(TI"'S. .b .

. -Remember that Norwood'; Hack !t-' .
The manager assures Ills Guests all the comfort Will lw pleased to receive subscriptions of the Peace d. .
,, Line will carry you tri-weekly to Enterprise *of a home at moderate rntt::>. to an .. .; '"
OPEN ALL TIlE YEAR ROUND. any \otarjPublic'ue..p.
;connecting with the St. Johns River -

steamers for Jacksonville. Fare to The Cheapest and Most Direct OTTO 25.II. TOSS 26, Proprietor.October tf.. Periodical or Newspaper published.o Also Couiniissioner PENNSYLVANIA.Ollice of Deeds: for. the:tat.c>/... .. .t

Enterprise.. ROUTETo -o- the :
at' ; j.
Opened for the Season.
Persons wishing to purchase stereoscopic Tltu\\'Illcand Indian Uivcr. time, trouble and expen:*? by applying m j$ :jh..
joiiso.COCKSIIITT.: .
views of. Indian River and Lake .ceA man who is interested in Ills own ; to CHAS. H. NATIMAX, _. _. .'- ;, .
Worth should patronize Messrs. Spencer welfare will l>e pleased to know that Subscription Agent, \()tnr]- Public, State-at-Large'"

and Armour whose adverti ment will 1- : f
Haulover P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. ;
be found in.tIieSrAi.4uite .. THREE trips v.x-ckly between ,the ST. Justice of the Peace. .
Keeps the finest oysters to be found in ,'. :
THE SLOOP "AGNES1commanded .
enthusiastic Juuxs and IXDXAX: RIVEKS. '\ -'
an meeting wanheld Titus 'Ille
Court day, first Saturday of each month... >fjf"-.. "
at the Court House Hall last.Thursday Leaves Enterprise rvrKY MoudayWed- ANli 3EKVE1) IX STYLE TO SUIT VATUON3. by GRANGE Florl :1. ;, 'i

afternoon for the purpose of securing ies l.iy and Friday horning, arriving at -O- CAPTAIN JOHN McLHAN, "* ....

transportation freight and rM.cngel'S TitHaVille the SAME day. Plain and Fuicy Cake made to order.Jiiihi'a Makes regular trips on Indian Uivcr.SHE" LA GRANGE STORE "r"-;;g

to Salt Lake.. Proceeding on'fir: HelnrningLejivce alwiyt rm CARRIES;) A FULL surrtv OF .,v< .

pape. Also a first-class Barber> shop attaclied.Cut GOODS. ;
Titusville Groceries
-A postal received from E. L Bradyat EvERYTuesday: ,Thurs- ,Dry Goods, :
-STRICTLY CASH.E. .- .,..., f
day and :Saturday morning, arriving at lovteaaTtl ,
Sanford, states that he could not make This OM16Ti i"" Canned Good. I'
Enterprise In the any arrangements securing a steamer rr.juu ta M0A MOKO u>Onv o00 Month Ulan t aoy. Hats, Boots and Shoes 1'" ;
January 1st 1SS3 ; "
: 1 3PISO'S t ;
"W. S. Norwood .I InThis AiiM CdWnCY. yr
and that he will ,
at that place, proceedto -j-V>il v YOIUIIl.l UwtoI&A1YOi'L Ladies'Shoes in great variety; Prints all 10

Palatka and Jacksonville where 'he TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. new patterns at low prices. ,i.. .> .C?
hopes with success.;. PlUTCKAJRDfcMAY I II Readymade Clothing Met Articles Mil WNEBC ALL mum MILS. ,. ::{.'
: I lODiisljSyTnn. TasieBRooi. UJ .
-Weeam that U. D.
HendricLspn, Lee 1n thus. kWld bpdraptbt QCONISUMPTION. i- .:
who went north for the purpose of *purchasing OFFKIl roil S.tfcE : XOT1OAS. .
K "For the cash only.PIONEER .
a small schooner, has purcliased Business, Residence Lots, March 15, -Ie till.i .

the Bessie Bj,a sharpie model with schooner Florida anufhcture. .

rig. The Bessie B. was on the rivet .. and Dwellings in space belongs to i COOPERAGE.Syrup ,

during the winter season, a few years- :leI'(}. F. C. ALLEN, of : Barrels $2.50. I I AMAZON PAINT WORKS.

Mrs. Elizabeth C. Stewart f Eau Gallie Tl'l'USVILLE.Also Gvonrianu, Flor tl.t' .
() i Gauged to order, ten cents vMra. w ./ ERNE, & co., _,
had at her house at one time duringlast Unimproved Lots In y
I C. O. B. lUJlufaCtUUTs, Of __
month, 4 'children, 2 ionin-law, 1 '. the .

daughter-in-law, 14 grand children, 2 Indian River City. '" i Honey Barrels, and Oval Water '. '.
grand- Onsinlaand 3 great grand I Breakers '
LIxve a large list of
children. Mrs. Stewart is nov.r over 70 From : : *:!.OO ; : Up. in nil ihadesutd. ready for ." '1

years of age and enjoys fair health. Groves Tanks ... ..-..:, :;
Orange flUIUCtlltte
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the land EggsVanted.. .. ; :
-By accepting offer of E. II. and rill kinds of COOPEK :

Rice, we had a .pleasant ride to South ON HIGH HAMMOCK & FIRST-CLASS After December 15th, the lughest market -I T. JOI1\SOA.WOUK to urdt'r. Sifltially! Adapted For This Clint 1e."' .' :,!tl

price will he paid for -tsh Also .
Lake I last Saturday in company with / egir! am,1 grinders oPure If '

several of our citizens.. Tim lake is onlyabout PINE LANDS wanted, 50 head of turkeys and 130 head iGrUlgC. : : Florid ,. ...!;...z
of chick Il.'i" Address IL J.FAVLKSlu:, White :
miles west'of here and i Lead, '.,
two approached 2t6t1antic HOWl, Oak Hill, Fla. :
through very beautiful high Which we are offering atBOTTOM LUMBER! & Colors In OiL. .', t

lands. The situation Stereoscope Views. Will be furnished to girder :
rolling pine near on short notice Oiliceaiid factory ::
the lake is an excellent one for a htJkl"jte PRICES.PINEAPPLE CHOICE j UN PRINTS OF TUOriCAL FL.V at aiS.OO per thousand. .. *

being covered with high Iwnuaock Furnished to all who apply tu No. 2u Ocean. tlreit, .' ...
land. Mr. Rice here has a fine young: SPENCER & .lU :uom:, SHINGLESAlways JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

... grove just coming into bearing. First Quality At Low Figure Jupiter Light House, Florida. on hand.C. t"r: Scntl for color curd and price list.
a.a (a 59-Views of Yachting parties made to
S(-\'oral Large Tracts Of MAGRUDER & CO. "
-It was the intention. of the Grand order. 27y1 AGENTS Wanted fc > ui u u
Jury in their general Presentment, to HEAVY HAMMOCK LANDS S. RYDER. 'wvktofchancttt""..... w I tke;*,110.<: 10nvr lrU cratyvtlcteUVral;Books & Bibles iwa I .
... .
u.4 .
:FOR INDIAN EIVER. .r >1'N'blIn.c. TcnIo
express their appreciation of the neatness EOCKLEDGE,
and cleanliness with which Uncle SamBrown well adapted to HART & SMITH'SRockledge Ha just received and continues to kelp ', $100.00 A WEEK .,

discharged his duties as Janitor eUt Sruuiv,B.jiauo3 and Early vegetables. in stock a full and complete stock of Groceries ge,w",,,!,com;lt1\"e tfuirontec,etCrKetC the above amount to

of the Court House. As fidelity to duty Also Line.The Boots & Shoes: Hats A' : Caps in :
unimproved Lands in all sec- ,
should not go unnoticed I take this opportunity Steamer, -'ASTATULA' great variety and General Merchandiseof LIL.hWtU Agents -
**R ntlem n, make a succt:j*
of rectifying. the oversight.GEOKGE tions of the county.A Will \\'e uiford: ; and Eiiterpri.--- every description. Ask for whateveryou intJ.ebaainosd.1t : VcrylitUe capital reqniriitt ,;
La"\H household :=
F. EXSEY, FEW TERY I. ery TueaLiy for Rockledge, andwill may want. One price to all. Canned unlcleiw salable a::flour '\
DESIRA1ILE It.sells itself : ,
Clerk.of the Grand Jury. I leave Sanford and Enterprise for :alt Goods of every description a specialty.LUMBER II IH rise,d every day in every fanuly. Yon do ; ,. a

e.e.t Homesteads. Left. I Lake and Tituaville every Frieby.UETCRSIXG nut need to explain its Incrt::;. There is DoriC ,
Hotel Arrivals.For 'f b irveJt for. nil who embrace this Koldenopportunity. i
Parties to It coats you only one Cent to learn: '.'
the week ending Tuesday; Nov laving?money purchase mortejgt Will be furnished wLat our badness L'IInya postal card an t
;, will raid cafe investments ou un Will have Lake Pniasett every Wednesday to order on short noticeat jrnto to us and*re will send yon our i rooJ;c- f
lit, 18S. oulAvd security at 1 i>. in., and Salt Lake every 313.00 thosand.. Dressed lumber nu and JuU irticulars .

TlTL't xot SE. Saturday at t a. m. for SaJl fJrll. from FREE .,.
-0-- s2 .oo to $24.00
: W A Cocke, Wiu Scott, J PBegg"rfauford 'Prompt 'clod connectiom made with per Ami wo know you will dertinoru good than ..
Fla. 'Noda Fla. A Real Estate placed in our hands.for side, daily line steamer for Jacksonville LUMBER & SHINGLES. LtanutaeturtnlrcempanvIs.ucb you have I utetlon ass .',.' '
1 : exchange, or to.1 let, will receive all points North +t atlord 'Wl
l'ruInpt to \ L
A' always on hand. ;Cq-U. Vnto to IM on H jiost ,; .
Parkinson Ronald
and wife W
; city, xttentioa. Capt. Joe Smith lU..lgiveY0'4r wMre- pla.hIrul" receivera : ., ...
Tall .
; wife and two children PalthuonV )!rd P. M. particular : Jy- '
3 tf ) FISHER. "
I Titusville May ii 1: 3 t U" Itnl3cr. : UUcke'e )1'f';. (,'0. 3Iarivn, OWl.

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