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YOUR HUSBAND'S LOVE.
Make up your mind from the be ginning that whatever happens, you will never loose your individuality, nor give one iota to "his opinion ; it will teach him to respect you and .furnish unlimited food ior the gossips. After the honeymoon is past, and before, if you t think it necessary, grow slack in regard to your personal ap pearance, and if ho has any remarks to make, tell him “ that yon didn't know when you married him that he was able to dress you like a queen, and you hadn t discovered it yet, for the matter of that; but if he wished you to set up for a queen you are ready and willing to do it. As it is. as you are obliged to do the work of servants,- you claim the privilege of looking like them; if he has any ob jections, you shouldn’t object to his hiring a girl. If Ins love does not grow greater under the management, become care less about your house aiul inform him, if he remonstrates about it, ‘that your house is not a palace that yon are aware; it you had a home such as yon always imagined you should be mistress of, you should, probably, take some delight in keeping it looking nicely; as it is, you can’t see the use of it.’ When at home be in the ‘blues’ continually; look on the dark side of everything; never give your hus band a word of encouragement from one year s end to another, but proph esy his eternal ruin, financially, upon •every available opportunity; in view of which get every cent you can of him to make a show with away from home. Endeavor to get up a flirta tion with every man you meet in so ciety. The remarks lie will hear concermngyour conduct will certainly fill him with undying love. At the same time be frantically jealous of him, and give him to understand that you do not trust him when be is out of sight. So exalted an opinion of his honor cannot but make him eventually worthy of your confidence. When he goes out of an evening for —ki-UU.Qss or pleasure and fails to arrive at homV-fit the instant upon which you have mentally fixed for his return, bolt up the house and compel him to arouse the entire neighborhood before you open it. Such wifely conduct will undoubtedly put him into a re markably loving mood. Snub him andtyrannize over him in the presence of his bachelor friends, before whom ho is solicitous of ap pearing as the most enviable man in existence, and to whom he is partic ularly anxious to rehearse the delights i of a benedict. The mortification he I will feel at the frustration of his laud able desire will most assuredly pro duce a reaction iu your favor. Should all other means seem likely to fail, become most hopelessly at tached to your dear parents, and if they reside in a different place from that in which you live spent all the time you can with them, making life dismal while von are at home, with moans because you cannot see your dear parents every day. Should your husband manifest any dissatisfaction with this, open a private deluge on him at once, and tell him you never knew before that you had married a brute. Such affecting devotion to your parents must surely inspire him with unquenchable love and admira tion. Hut if, with the rest of the pro gramme, it does not appear to do so after a dozen years or more, do not ot give up in despair but keep on trying, and in the end you will ac complish—someth i ng. —The best as well as tiio cheapest and surest, remedy for lice on cattle we have ever used ia kerosene. It is easily applied. First, saturate a sponge with water, then dip it in the oil, and go over the parts infested; we purpose trying it in the whitewash ior the chicken house this Fall, and think it will prove a sure cure. It may make the place look a littl streaky or smeared, and if it does, it will not hurt; bir it will, we think, rid us of pests. When we told “Dick” to paint the roosts and the nesi with It, ami put a little tinder the wings, he thought our idea was to kill off has broods because of their raid on his small fruit bushes; now he, too, the learned its value. THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURIST. JJOWARTH & RICHARDSON, (Successors to J. K. Warner & Cos.) Druggists % Chemists, Cor. Bay & Hogan Sts., Jacksonville, Fla. Goods to Dealers and Physicians at low est rates. my3l-ly DAYTONA-HALfFAX RIVER. (some choice city lots, and farm lots, in sizes to suit purchasers, at Daytoua, on the Halifax River. Rich Lands for Vegetables, Sugar Cane, do, Steamers running weekly to Jackson ville to connect with the northern lines. Some improved places also for sale. Annl v to CHAS. E. JACKSON. Daytona, Fla. (MIAS. B. BUCKNOR, ATTORNEY AT LAV United States Commissioner, Post-office, Enterprise, Fla. Special attention given to the examrna tion of T:tles and conveyancing, THE People's Grocery! Wo. fO Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, Fla. We are selling C Sugar at 9c per lb. A Sugar at 10c *• Granulated Sugar, lie. Choice Ru> Coflee, parched every day at our store by our Improved Iloaster, at 2ocper lb. TEAS—Any kind you want from 500 to the very choicest at On© Dollar per Jh, BALTIBIOEE PEARL HOMINY. V SH6S per harrell of 200 pounds, or 2’c Per pound at retail. We Make a Specialty of Fiona Harkisheimer’e, No. 1, 6 c per lb., 10.00 bid* No. 2, oc “ 9,00 “ No. 3.4 c “ 7,15 “ 3-lb. can Tomatoes, (standard) 15e pf ca Sugar Corn, 20c per can. Green Apples, 3-lb cans, 20c per ean. Ana all other canned goods equally chonp. Send to us for our weekly price current itjwill pay you to buy direct from us. \Ve have made arrangements with tile differ ent boats to ca try freights at reduce and rate3. ; Address, HAKKIBHEIMER &. CO. I junto Fox 667. Jacksonville. Fia. W. M. TIARSHA, M. I). W. E. MOON. Harsba & Moon, DEALERS IX Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Fine Toilet Soaps, f aucy Hair and Tooth Brushes, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, PAINTS, OHS, &c. Also, a choico lot of CIGARS AND TOBACCO. KP Physicians’ prescriptions carefully compounded. DeLand. Florida. l-5> JiRED. J. LaPENOTIERE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ENTBRPBSE, Volusia County, Florida. WESIEYAN PEMAIE INSTITUTE, STAUNTON, VIRGINIA. This time honored Institution opens Septemoer lSan. 13/8. Among the iiret schools for young ladies in the United hiatus. European and American Teachers Surroundings beautiful. Climate unsur p.isscu. ratio uzeci ov seventeen States A MONG THE BEST TERMSIN WIN ION: B ard Waging Lights/SlVsh; Lalm, Irene 1 1 , for each naif of the Scholastic Owi, - -i>Uo. Music &c. very low. For Catalogues, address Rev. WM. A. HARRIS 10 lj i resident. Staunton, Va ’ Now I- oke time to SUBSCRIBE for the Florida Agriculturist. Notice to Shippers! f During the withdrawal of Steamer Geo M. Bird for repairs, her place will ho sup plied l>v the Steamer Carrie, Captain JOE SMITH. Making two trips a week between Jackson ville and Enterprise, leaving Jacksonville Mondays and Thursdays At 12 O’clock' 51. Returning, leave Sanford. MeHonville and Enterprise Wednesdays & Saturdays At 4 o’clock A. 51. I On the Wednesday morning trip from Lake Monroe, the Carrie will arrive at Jacksonville Thursday morning in time to transfer freight and passengers to train leaving at 8 o’clock for Fernandina, which will make close connection with the Steamships from Fernandina To New York. Through Bills Lading and through tick ets issued at the usual rates. Freight from New York delivered as early as formerly. By this arrangement, passengers will mate one day quicker time to New fork than heretofore. P. McQUAID, Agent. Jacksonville. John A. Mcßae. Gen’l Tra’lg Agt. 0-52-5 Change of Schedule! THROUGH BOAT FOR Jacksonville, Palatka, And Intermediate Landings. The New and Elegant Steamer GED. M. 8180, W. A. SHAW, Master. Will leave Enterprise, Mellon villeandSan ford every Wednesday anil Saturday at 6 a. m.. and Lake Beresford at 8 a. m. Making close connection with Charleston and Savannah Steamship Line and with Warren Kay’s line of schooners from New York. Also connecting with all railroad trains for the North and West. Returning will leave Jacksonville every Monday and Thursday, after the arrival of trains. Freight for way laudin gs must be prepai and J lckets can be had of Colcord &, Felt, Lake Beresford. ie2B-lv | 4 —■ TO IMMIGRATE! T AND Adjoining BlufFton (late JJ Orange Bluff), Volusia county, Florida. T have for sale a large quantity of very desirable agricultural lands, which will be sold, to actual settlers, on very reasonable terms, and in lots of 10 acres and upwards. Also, a tract of 190 acres, three miles from Enterprise, on lake Bethel. This tract has upon it 800 budded, and 29 orange trees, now bearing, and 5 bearing lemon trees, about 70 acres of line hammock land, with a large spring of excellent water upon it. At Blufftou. I have for sale 5,000 sour or ange stocks. 20,000 sour seedlings, and 2,- 000 budded stocks one and two years old; of choicest fruit. For particulars in full, apply to me in person, or by letter, at Blutfton, Volusia county, Florida. C. F. LANSING July Ist, 1878. 10-52-9 -- Agent HlEPai’flißWLliLL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. fehn'iman& co.. j Marmfceturers and Dealers iu Mouldings, Brackets, f Serool and Tamed Work , Hough and Dressed Lumber /Sawed and Rived Cypress Shingles , Lath , Fen,ciii‘!, Fruit and Vegetable Crates, die. • SEASONED LUMBER Constantly on band. RP All orders promptly filled. JJUSSEY & ELLIS, Wholesale and Retail GROCERS AND Commission Merchants No. IO Hay Street, ciias M. Ellm \ Jacksonville, Fla. N. B.—special attention to consignments of country produce and prompt remittance made. dec2B-0m ' GARDEN SEEDS! FIELD SEEDS! tJSISSgIS* C ° W PEAS '' =to * *<* vaia *ities, in store a„d ojSasrni as a 4 T x: :Azii l :zsr' f r all demands for the latest varieties and most reliable seeds of all kinds' * S'fL st t of 3 ,ystalo,jm ' hart, benham & co. Seedsmen, Jacksonvile, Fla. ‘ s. B. HUBBARD & CO., .JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Importers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Hardware, Stoves, Orocke r y GLASS AND TIN WANK Doors, Sash, Blinds, Nails, Iron and Steel, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Edged Took, dec. Harness, .Saddles, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements , Mill and Steamboat Supplies. uS e .4pheatfon r . the Powder conißan i'- an.l prices of Stoves furnished 4-52-C5 OYSTER SHELL LIME IS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST FERTILIZER IN FLORIDA FOR Oransre Trees and Crops. S3 PER TON, at fsfarstils. On receipt of $lO, for each ton wanted, we will deliver same, fvciaht oreraid, to any point on the St. Johns river, as far as Sanford. Kilns at Sisters Shell Islands, near Mayport. CARTER <fc STOWE, P. <!. Dos 17$, Jacksonville, Fia ARLINGTON NURSERIES! 0 Tropical and Semi-tropical Fruit Trees, Roses, Deciduous and Evergreen Shrubs and Flowering Plants. New anti choice varieties of budded Orange Trees made a speciality. o Send for Descriptive*Catalogtie, ALBERT I. BID WELL, 1-52 Jackkon vixj.k, Florida. ASHMEAD BROS., 33 West Bay Street, - - - - Jacksonville, Fla WHOLESALE AND KIJTAIL Arid Dealers in Fancy .Articles. All tlio Latest, Daily and Weekly Papers, Monthly Magazines, Periodicals, Music, &e. Florida Guide Books, laps and Views, SCHOOL BOOKS. All Goods at Northern Prices. Orders by Mail Promptly Attended to. Terms—Strictly Cash. Jacksonville, Fla., June 4,1875. 7-32 and