The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00152
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 23, 1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00152
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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. -- Cocoa.Col. Financial Condition of the NOTE-All items marked were paidin Melbourne. Mr. Durst is drilling on Mr. Hector's

hartscleaned grove is being nicely Town ofTitusvillc. Nov.pursuance 1, 1888. of The debts last contracted item of before 6.53, Heavy clouds and thunder to west- well and expects to strike water to-day

up. The following statement of income and noted in report of Altree as having been ward but no rain. Reckon we need an (Monday). He find the rock much

B.R Savage, of Lake Winder, spent expenditure of the town government, paid over to Dixon, does not appear in African rain maker. harder here than at Capt. Wilcox

from Nov. 1st, 1888 to 13 1889 has Dixon's report as having been received.
jfonday in Cocoa. The steamer Marguerita, from Tarpon Durst struck water at Hector's (St.

Cocoa drug store is beginning to been prepared by the finance committeeof Report of J. M. Dixon : Springs, passed here last week. Looks Kilda), plantation yesterday. The well,
The the Town Council and is March 23. Total amount received -
goodly proportions.Ir. presented to like a small boat to come so far in the although not 'ompleted is flowing 300-,
from the Collector
assume the as
and of Titusvillethat I
A. L- Hatch, of City Point, was a shown by receipts given that open sea. 000 gallons per day. They will keep on
Wednesday. they may know how the revenue of officer, from February 7th to Melbourne looked like business drilling until larger supply is obtained.
quite a
Cocoa on *
visitor aAnother t the town has been disposed of. I March 23............................ $639 22 The water is fresh and of excellent quaII -
town last Wednesday i ght, with three
be in erection is
house soon to It was the intention of the Town Coun Disbursements by J. M. Dixon : ity.
steamers lying at the dock-the S. V. I
that of Mrs. Kate Brown, at City Point. cil to publish a statement at the end of Feb. 8, warrant to McDonnell, i

C. A. Fallin left Cocoa on Tuesday each quarter, but the resignation of G. fees........... ........................ $ 5 28 I White, bound to Titusville; Georgiana. Messrs. Moore and Stiling, of Cocoa,
) for her home in Fairland, H. Altree, the town clerk and treasurer, Feb. 9, warrant to OliverBudge & for Jupiter, and last, but not least, except who are stopping at Myrtle Cottage, Melbourne -

afternoon lumber..................... 8 75 in size, the Cleo, with Captain Watson Beach, were in town Monday.
shortly after the close of the first
Indiana.and quarter. Feb. 9, war'nt to Bobbitt, wood 2 00 and a party of railroad men, bound They express themselves as having pleasant
Jams have returned and the fact that J. D.
Mrs. W. MacDonnell, the Feb 6, warrant to Brown and
for Lake'orth.. times the beach. As indication
to Cocoa after spending seyeral days in deputy appointed by G. H. Altree, was Osborn, ditching ................. 20 00 an -
succeeded by J. P. Blake the Feb. 9, warrant to Oliver & A telegram Sunday informed us the that they are "at home" they fly

Titusville. present Budge........... ................... 7 50 Georgiana was disabled by a broken rud- from the staff on Myrtle Cottage an,
Mrs. W. Wilson and her ]little daughter clerk, after serving a short time, resulted Feb. 9, warrant to J. Pritchard, American flag fifteen feet long.
der and could
Rnthie were welcome visitors at Cocoa in such a confusion of accounts of the rent......................... ......... 15 00 not get up till Tuesday.The .
week. clerk and treasurer, as well as the lack of Feb. 9, war'nt to H. Q. Ilawley 1 00 White was telegraphed for to take Gov. Gleason paid us a visit on Tuesday -

this time by the finance committee to ex- Feb. 9, warrant to G. H. Altree, her place for the trip. morning. AVe are glad to see that

Dire and Mrs. F. E. Joyner's house was fees................. ................ 22 76 I he has improved in health since last here.
amine the several accounts without seri- Mr. Meyer, who has been working with
brightened by the arrival of a little daughter Feb. 9, warrant to G. H. Altree, He will leave for Eau Claire Wis.
Saturday. ous neglect of their private business, has fees.................. ................. 19 15' Mr. Durst in the artesian well business: soon ,
last prevented the preparation of a statementuntil Feb. 14, warrant to Gustave has gone to make some arrangements to spend the summer.

Courtney was well represented in Co- this time. Not l e.. ........ ..... ... ....... 1 50 about- piping.Mr. Capt. Wilcox and wife left on Tuesdayfor
Wednesday, by Messrs; Tom and"Bee" I' Feb. 14, war'nt ii;; B. Rumph; 3 32
their home in
on Jamestown N. Y.
coa, The length of the present statement S. F. Gibbs returned from Jack-
with their families. Feb. 14, war'nt to G. B. Rumph 1 70
Sanders prevents the various items: for which the Feb. 22, warrant to A. Pitts basin sonville Friday. He accompanied his Capt. W. Intends returning in a few

Mr. Ed King has closed up the business amounts were paid being specified, but at well.......................... 97 05 family thus far on their northern trip. weeks, and will keep on with the improvements

of the Cocoa Cash Store, and returned it i is the intention of the Town Council, Mar. 1, war'nt to Bobbitt, wood 2 50 Gibbs' at Melbourne Beach.
Mr. absence his able
During as-
Mar. 1, warrant to McDonnell
to his former home in Georgia.The if possible, to submit a report of the financial fees................... ................. 11 61 sistant, Mr. Fred C. Prang, was hurryingthe We mentioned last week the fact of

young orange grove of Mr. Sam condition of the town every Mar 1, warrant to Brown and reparation of the experimental the Rocktedge lying over at Melbourne

Cbilds, which is situated just west of Cocoa month in future until the expiration of Oaborn; ditching.................. 42 00 grounds. On Saturday the first install Beach Sunday night. The occasion was

was'destroyed last week by a forest their term of office. Marl, warrant to P. Titus, grading enjoyed by all on board. We, on this
................... ............... 25 22 ment of plants! arrrived. The collectionwas
fire. Statement of George H. Altree Treasurer Mar. 2, warrant to S. F. Gray, varied and includes many choice side, could hear the rumble of the car

}Jr. L. H. Gurney and wife, of Merrittcame i from November 1, 1888, to January fees as Assessor; ................... 35 00 begonias, hybrid tea roses of the choicest I till 10 o'clock p. m.V'ill Spiers and

to Cocoa on Tuesday. Mr. Gurney I 18,1889 : Mar 2 warrant to Spachett..... 3 25 kinds, fuchsias in great variety, crotons.; Herman Fischer rAn the hand-car from
Mar. 2, warrant to E. B. Wager, the "little bulkhead 700 feet from
boatload of splendid tom- ,
brought over 1888. DR. I printing......... .................... 3 50 caladiums, strawberries, sago palms, at
atoes. Nov. 13, cash from II. F. Atkinson Mar. 2, warrant to E. B. Wager, least two hundred palms of some forty j shore, over to the ocean en an up grade

Mr. A. F. Lapham and family returnedto retiring Treasurer........... $100 00 'I printing.............................. 32 50 different varieties, lilies, French mar- in just four minutes. A flat-car wAs
Merritt last Nov. 14, cash from H. F. Atkinson I Mar. 2, warrant to J. Pritchard, guerites-and other which "God coupled on to the hand-rar and colored
home things
their at Wednesdayafter
retiring Treasurer........... 28 20 rent.............. ................... 5 00 applied conveying loads of people
little cruise to Mr. Hall's place on knoweth, I cannot tell. power
a Nov. 1(>, cash from Howell Ti- Mar. 14, warrant to McDonnell,

Banana River tus, Collector....................... 95 00 fees.................... .............. 6 95 Mr.I John N. Dickens and R. S. Dick- back and forth. Surf bathing was enjoyed
Nov.20, cash from Howell Titus Mar. 15. warrant to Brown and by all.Captain .
folks had time" in ens went down to Jupiter last week.
The colored a "big Collector...................:... 20 00 Osborn, ditching.................. 7 00 Wilcox: bays completed a
Cocoa this week with their Emancipation Nov. 28, cash from Collector..... 3 00 Mar. 15, warrant to Mrs. J. M. They did not happen to strike good fish: con-

celebration, but nothing of a disorderly Dec. 14, cash from Collector to Brown, boarding prisoners.. 6 00 ing days there, and say fishing was as tract with Mr. Stephen B. Craft for pip

character occurred. date................................... 32 50 Mar. 18. warrant to :\1 yers..... .. 2 00 good here. A couple of hours here last ing for the grounds Melbourne Beach

Dec. 14, cash from H. F. Atkinson Mar. 22, warrant to Hudnell.. 6 50 week them 12 mullet, 10 large sea- for the artesian water. Pipes will be
Miss Katie Paddison, of Titusville, one retiring Treasurer........... 27 01 Mar, 23, warrant to Hatchett & gave laid along ocean avenue to the bathhouses
4 has and
of Capt. Paddison's charming daughters, Dec. 14, cash loaned from Fire Co., lumber........................ 65 46 trout, cats one 23-pound ,
is visiting the family of Senator Gardner Department..,....................... 150 00 Mar 19, warrant to Howell Titus another day R. S. Dickens caught a bass: on ocean beach, supplying them

Dec. 31, cash. from Collector to salary and fees................ 139 22 weighing 28| pounds. Mr. Jno. N. Dick with fresh water shower bath, so people
at Rockledge.A date.................................. 135 45 Apr. 2, paid to J. P. Blake, new ens returns to his home at Enterprise can wash away the prickly sensationleft

very handsome house is being builtat Jan. 18, cash from Collector to Treasurer........................... 40 50 and Mr. after a dip in the surf. Pipes will
City Point by :Mr. A. N. Mathes. Mr. date.... ...... ....................... 27 02 -- R. S. Dickens and family accompany -
: $639 22 him. They start on Monday also be laid through the pineapple field.
Shaw and Mr. Nichols, of Cocoa, are at Mr. Hector will have his; extensive
$618 18 Report of J. P. Blake as Treasurer, Miss Lena Potter, Mrs. Crosgrove, Mrs.
work upon the structure. grounds piped, and we believe Mr. Craft
from March 28th to 13th 1889
1888. CR. May : Woodworth and two or three gentlemenwere
The erection of barbed wire fence in will do that also
a Nov. 14, warrant to T. W. Smith, AMOUNTS RECEIVED. over Melbourne Beach last week, .

Cocoa has caused a great many unpleasant .* $ 42 00 Mar. 28, from Collector for col- took a walk over to the beach, had a I So many people have left Melbournefor

remarks to be made by the frequent- Nov. 16, warrant to Rice, quarantine lections to date.................... $275 00 i their summering north that we hear
2 00 splendid surf bath, a ride on the cars anda I
en of the northern portion of town. Apr. 1, from Collector for collec- people complain of its being lonesome.
Nov. 16, warrant to B. R. Wilson tions to date........................ 206 23 good time generally. The ladies were
The Coquette made u flying trip to street work..................* 6 50 Apr. 2, from J. M. Dixon, retiring surprised at the. short distance across We old bachelors are used to a lonely-

Melbourne Beach last Saturday and returned Nov. 16, warrant to E. II. Titus, Treasurer....................... 40 68 from river to ocean, it being much less life and the arrival or departure of any
with the two "gallants" Monday quarantine.......................* 16 00 May 9, from Collector to date... 71 99 than they had expected. but personal friends make little viiifer-

:Nov. 16 warrant to T. llatchett May 9, from dog tax to date..... 8 00 ence. Brace gentlemen gr'.L.NU..-
morning. They reported "everything & Co., lumber.................... 5 32 Messrs. Allen and Chas. F. Campbell, up
lovely" at "Myrtle Cottage." Nov. 16, warrant to S. E. Rice, $601 90 Mrs. Campbell and Miss H. Allen sailedin ers. Look forward to the rvturu of the

quarantine.........................* 28 00 wanderers and try and enjov life like
Quite a number of people in sailboatscame Nov 19,warrant to Riley Brown, DISBURSEMENTS. the Psyche for Eau Gallie last Thurs- t .. D'ONCUtt?

to Rockledge on Wednesday, expecting street '\ 2 50 Apr. 2, paid Indian River Bankon day to call on their numerous friends ----- -
to obtain the to Howell Ti- account of water note.....* $500 00
bargains at Ryder Nov. 19, warrant there. E"u hank'
auction, but tus, commissions................. 12 00 Apr. 2, paid Pritchard rent...... 5 00 .
an injunction was put up- Davison of Lake Worth Mr. WiNoH is fertiliaai e ..
Nov. 20, warrant to G. 11. Altree, Apr. 3, paid S. H.Hay, for Davis 9 00 Harry was +
on the goods by his creditor and the 5 84 Apr. 13, paid P. Titus............. 75 one of the callers last week. His trip to proving his grove a; t'aast rh\.

sale failed to come off. toG. II. Altree Apr. 13, paid J. P. Blake, stationery his former home in New
Nov. 20,warrant Jersey not resulting A meet ing of the ttvvultook tlucta M ,
Quite 18 17 ............................... 7 86 #
an exciting scene was witnessed (' .E. Rice Apr. 13, paid J. P. Blake fees... 13 75 as he anticipated and having a place in this )'(tvhKl W ''M.krlast.
20 warrant to S. ,
last Saturday by the capsizing of Mr. J. Nov. Apr. 16 paid J. P. Blake for dog call to return, he was: on his:: way back, .
quarantine......................... 16 00
U. Alleu'a cat-boat, of Brantley. It oc Nov. 20, war'nt to Wiley Henry 50 tags.................. ................ 100 satisfied that Florida i is good enough for Mr. 1'. 1\' 1t I hh\ ,\ ,\ .
curred just as Mr. Allen was about to Nov. 20 warrant to E. T. Redding Apr. 3, paid Brown and Dickenson -

land at Mr. Stiling's wharf. No serious sidewalk., .................... 4 80 ditching....................... 21 24 him.We ivr mhHthh\ t ;i tial4\ a th\
Nov. 20, war'nt to R. A. Bobbitt 6 00 Apr. 26, paid J. P. Blake, fees... 14 80 hear John McAllister has: taken n'lh'm''r,
I was done to the boat and Mr. Oliver & Apr. 26( paid A. A. Stewart, recording the contract for putting down four artesian '
1 warrant to t Hr"\ka' .
Allen and his little son only got a good Dec. 20 ......... ..................... 3 00 wells at Eau Gallic-two for Mr. t\( \\\\\h 't -:tit) ( 4sl4e .
ducking.A Apr. 30, paid Mrs. Singleton, I\l "\\I!?' \h ? ft.h.m\ \ t lh ) \\.
10 warrant to Andrew Gibson Treutler for Mr. 0.
Dec. J. Walton
2 50 board............ ..................... 3 60 one ami lltrr, 01 \h'4' \ \"" '
party came from Melbourne .; .... 5 00 one for Squire IIodg on.
up on May 11, paid Pritchard, rent.
Dee 14. warrant to Howell Titus :1\1' 14 h_\\ 1111, h, hr-h\\
\ '"
TUesday to attend 11 balance in bank........ 13 90
the Ryder auction salar 25 00 May The closing exercises of till'U",liu,
| .
which ) H"i'ihhh t { \\ h; Iimh\ i.) W'II },\ i1
We" was to have taken place on Dec. 14, warrant to Gustav Nolle school were held lust fHl"nlalIt'\ t* ,
ay't at Rockledge.I Among quarantine......... ................ 2 00 $601 90 number of visitors Lslt' tHi; 'hh\ S \ j
them we noticed Dec. 14, war'nt to R. A. Bobbitt, 1 00 RECAPITULATION.Total weru. | ( \I ,ill HH'td\ UtIt\ \ mt: \" .\. .
ditor Mr. Guy I. Metcalf, the Dec. 14, warrant to Jas. Silver- am't received by Altree... $618 18 scholars have nuulo must, oMX'Htwl. ,n ingress *tlh:1t1 l H rrM'

\, and proprietor of the Melbourne tooth, quarantine...............* 25 00 '' Dixon... 639 22 under the ablo and t'Ulrjptit' \UH'tIH'
tIC'i; and Mrs. J. A. Johnson. They Dec. 15-,war'nt to O. I Laney* 2 40 II Blake... 601 90 of Miss Lena Putter 1 \ir1iIbk' lil'lltj\iMI' 1) iW .

, were guests of the Peck House. Dec. 15, warrant to E. II. Titus, ---- ltlr't\' \ hh th i-W tht \1

Your sidewalks........-:. '22 00 Total am't rec'd since Nov. 188..$1,859.30 Miv Lena Poltvr. ltlll rtM !i hiVWoodworth .i: 1: .\ < lh. ttiHh gi ;i b;) 1 i\\ .

' as to correspondent was misinformed Dec. 17, warrant to R. Y. Oliver, Paid out by Altree.$618 18 Mr. unit) t.Q MV: -\t\\_ \\\btt thH 1 W .

3 the services being held at Cocoa quarantine........................* 10 00 Dixon.. 639 22 drewH, MIHM ,It-mild Mtfttwliijil ldr! .Hlt! lta 1I\\\ \\.i tit '

l. Its t Sunday, May 19th, by Rev. Dr. Car- Dec. 23. warrant to C. E. King, Blake... 588 00 Susie Carter Irtivt Miiiiifay' fuf! {lit(. ftrltH.Ir. i ttthH; iy H+ j:1y. Wi i

Penter ...................* 8 00 f l .
They took place at in quarantine..... Bal. held by Blake.. 13 90 h. j )j. .. 1 \ \
c the hew Courtney Dec. 22, warrant to E. H. Titus, 1 1C, "Mini' }M 1 ftHtM t lye! t'Hb' Wk: t ti
Th Episcopal Church at that place. ...........* -"000 $1,859.30The Hrfr' ;; ; JJ, .\ ttl' }
quarantine l | l lSunday .
England, ntllt! tit.11tllul
8ervlces were conducted by Dr. S. B. 22 warrant to SterlingDec99war'ut : !* pl? : { 1rt t ;;;M; H; J;( .t 1ti '
Dec. indebtedness. the town is as follows .t '
t lu :MDJjjMijfhu
. j nter and the church filled Walker. :"i> < 'l ff it ""Htt : .} ;;.i1 (,; j '

r. large and( appreciative was by a to W. R. Knox.. 1 00 : with *tiiMUi| (Ihu$. pod IjfK-j;* jiij'ii i iul /(,It t.'' ,r.l't.;: \ ar(1J.. "\ : '
audience. Due Indian River Bank on wa- o '7' .
u.- :
klr Jan. 1, warrant to G. H Alt ree, (( t ioiiiK.Mltft.httfrrti| IJfcj (: .,j ,\ l .. 4. '
and Mrs. Chu 18 00 ter note as principal and in- lJ1f' x"J ,I J.\ .\ ', .
1r s. Smith of Boston W J; P: t- t .
shave taken terest (interest estimated). $145! 00 J tot'etnl, tdt.hit. Cal' 'ldHtHU 1 \f.) \.J a.i. .., ''1., '\ "

. II.-Pe u n kY' in the residence up their of residence Prof. W.at Jan.McNulty 10, warrant quarantine.to. Thomas.. -'> 00 Due Fire Department.............. lf l) (Ht() \\'htlt:; ''u '"lf ,
tion to tb The y are a pleasant acquisi- Jan. 14, war'nt to O. F. Laney... m 80 Unpaid warrants outstanding... 260.; fill t" "tHH H hi l lib l !',f th\ \, ,.\ ,
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has readYIDJ a e neighborhood warm friends.and)Ir.have Smith al- Jan.fees 14., warrant. ....... ..to...G.....H......Altree..... ..., 19 87 Estimated Total indebtedness to date..M. ) r.a} w I: f triiitt+j\/l/ I;;, }" ;A'J i i. i-I., tt taft6dl'lt1n '? 1 I' S'
for balance ..
p1e&ted grove at Tarpon Springs but is BOwi No'". 13, warrant to J. A. Durst, of expenses tliHH tM zh U1H (Hit.ul ('.'thfJfl.r -. .k'. ._. -
fOUlldin Ruth Indian River and his sur' drilling well ....................* 100 00 year. $100 00 r.t4# 3 rl :f l.11 l.u ',R.. ,I. "a a 1..J.t) 3P' .G f.Aif_',;,:' .m.,.. t-:
that be To meet this sum there in In tho 'ox. nnt: fI'fIJ thr .r.1 ; ,
Dursdrllliog trtia
to J. A. : f
remain bereT
expects to
: n" -
i r
Dec. 15 warrant 4.tll J.PllJ;,; ; 3 i31S: "' ; r
ently. well...................... 100 00 ury $13 90, and the tuxtw of ISO J .." lLW'f"L;," Iltl rrHt ttJ air. Ike..z I.i- .t't j t.iJi fII\'" i.
he s reamer Durst will not begin to'come in until f l.b.}?' ftfcfr 'faulty Wn'/rd 1L 4th'
len St. Lucie now lands Dec 24, warrant to J. A. ;t II: ,. j 'ilwi ,1 .d I 1\; 1
t I. r lei/ Laid mail 1 at the inner portoffice pashirf drilling Hell.................... .* 5000 1890. The only revenue the) !low(ll I flHI J I I,djjl tt 1, J fll.i 3,1 .. ., j 1 J I il L PH' ''tj, 'jJ '!. -::tit'I r..

e PI8r.ep at j4. Pecks, place I 2l\ warrant to J. A.. Durst, receive until that titHe( wHJ{)) w t tJJr and. .i. f f.'I"I1'"I'1 ....i4x; ltt 1 f i
Dee 'r.Ji.u'J
at j. "" f
) it \r L? and from that Courtney.find sinking \vell.......................* 36 00 from fines, and from Mjwtjgl:! lh'i! 4 rttlt 3 ,', .t )sir rnu place ,1.. I .. ." J.a
o :
4 c I -- which are collectable ()tl\-J, f'| 'fju.Ii7! 1 [' S lJ\.J "HL" u \ tPji1t !
.iD ? ili
COnvenient r tR/1
,t' ..ttl * new :\ 'I I
er hlJU
from ilia rtjve) rn I
turned over apparent fk # K KJOJ1i 'a 14
of them V.J"" Utft"
amount .
ro"i'1 to walk in instead Jan. 18, by fl'l. ; ltItttwa. ..1i'' f i. : ,
.......... 6 53 .f'r) ; i it'I'
.Or / ,
J Balling aalf-a-mile after' Dixon as Treasurer. ,.Hj j ..IIJjfrJi fg .'J 'iwkl .M ilf.tt Mff1 !.
letting is the to .? r 1 +flt, 1'nf1 Mol: ..t i! f' .<.Mt.Jtu. ,,,.;' : ,
stea fJ" _
etof ore, mer at the bulkhead $618 18' t4, JtHtn.f" PHmIHW!tri /t11 1 n, ftr d 1IJ'Y.: dtt1 _;.. ;. ,I. t t'I 1. rlesi 1 Ai;x 'n J iff: :. f ,
trill It'
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THURSDAY MAY 23, 1889.
I l'r ;.j I in Italian.
versing A couple or
tF I at
editor's den would best toot in the habits of ifs frequenters a ably dressed young fellows stood

room-the city big glance, and did as they did. It troubled opposite side. Half a dozen CI1" .
describe it. The place was whether P3IIea L.
TAKENBi'SIEGE.Young ( enough to hold a desk, a chair and a him for a moment to know but any stopped when they saw the ., lw
Italian was spoken, ,
will be
with language 'Knowlton coming out j fax
reporter. It was lighted gas .
Italians speak
remembering that many of them
though the time was high noon. The hall ute, said one ; "let 1Z3 atx:

'J M-s.!: t 1 j editor sat at his desk and was busily engaged French, he was just about to when the a "Knowlton," he called her,1rithcat I
the latter language,
; talking with somebody at the waiter in Miss or Mademoiselle. Rusb'g u

ar -'other end of a rubber tube All the man called out to him, in excellent English closed over his walking at ckhe"hadiai
The Story of a< Journalist's Experiences : the
Great Jones street fire copy has gone : a mind to rap speaker across theaca Ifa.

he shouted. "Put a display head "This way, sir, if you please. I! for his insolence. There was a ClP.2\i..... :.:

r f r '. -:- in New York. ;, over up it and send down galley proof. Be Rush seated himself at one of the little still of the stage door,and by the wind

: sure and kill The Widow Mulligan'sBaby. tables and took up a bill of fare, light a female figure was seen emery bit
have to
I ._: : JXI=:=: : ." Then, after a moment's listen- firmly believing that he would before he The heart of the country boy stood

1 ( : ing, "All right; good-by." Turning give his orders in French; but would But the figure stopped, and after e h11\

r. Copyright by J. ESpecial Lippincott Company, Philadelphia, PJU, and Published by round, he exclaimed, "Well, Mr. Spar, had made up his mind what he laid changing a few words in Italian with J ;

Arrangement through the American Press Association. what can I do for you? Anything have a dish of steaming soup was fish two dark browed men. took the ate A

wrong at quarantine?" before him. This was followed by one of them and set off in the "" ttw

H# "No, Mr. Musgrave; it's all quiet down t and meat, and then a heaped up plate of of Third avenue.It 'IiW

there ought to macaroni with its savory sauce, topped 'Ii.It
though of the
there at present, I was only one chorus girlsing
CHAPTER L question. That once accomplished, he be some news. The Catalopia is overdue. with Parmesan cheese. The only macaroni home with her husband, who kept& .
feared nothing, for he had a sublime other business this Rush had ever eaten before was the t w
But I came here on little cigar store around the corner.
HEN Rush faith in the efficacy of hard work supported best known in American country 1Ir.a 11It
introduce sort
morning. I want to my young with little
chorus girls bags in
L 1j H urstone by enthusiasm. friend, Mr. Rush Hurlstone, of Farm- towns, which is covered with slices of hands, came through the door and tIeir! ::

: was five Judge Gunn. Oho for a country law- sted, who wishes to enter tho ranks ofNew cheese and baked in an oven. Tho Eng- appeared in the same direction 6- jt
1 years old he yer had quite an extensive acquaintanceIn lish call it "cheeso pudding," and serveit ICQ,

:,.. "a M played withchildren New York knew a man on one of the "Another York journalists.victim," said Mr. Musgrave, after tho salad. The Italian spaghettiwas alone.with chorus After men standing by their out sides in the cthq tt.w
of cba
,. I dailies. The Dawn, and Rusha but ho an Italian
r great gave naturedly.I'm afraidyou'll new to him; saw I
: seven and eight; letter of introduction to himHe laughing lose good that healthy coloring before eating it at an opposite table and followed -! night air for three-quarters of an l_ Ot
t Rush rewarded by seeing the
when he was ten didn't know in exactly what departmenthis have been at this work long." his example with something of : Rag r:

# boys and girls of friend belonged, but was sure that you Rush looked at the slight figure andpale the sensations of Sir Walter Raleigh I door flung wide open. The fashions b,

'"' twelve and fifteen he was an editor of some sort. This face of the city editor, made paler when he first lighted pipe of dressed young men straightened tir! '

!. ,f were his surmise proved correct. Mr. James Spar by a dark beard and mustache, and then He wound the slippery ropes tobacCO-I' neckties; the others leaned eagerly Ia:

. r- y companions; and was the shipping news editor, and had at the whiter rims around his eyes, and fork and finally ate them with ward; the remaining dark brewed Italj

r when he reached about as much idea of the wants and wondered whether journalism would enjoyment as if seventy-five cent dinners cuffed a street Arab who stood in t Ntl

i the mature age of of the other departmentsas way; there was a sudden perfume cf
management have that effect upon his robust constitu- in Italian restaurants had made a part
'' ; fifteen his friends were young men and Judge Gunn himself. however, h
1 maidens of eighteen and twenty. It was was a kind hearted man, and, being "I'm pretty tough. It would take cheese, fruit and coffee followed in easy dress, with a light overcoat hangi:; E

;:; : not surprising therefore to those who struck by the handsome young face of something harder than reporting to succession. Everything tasted good except gracefully over his arm and two eras

!." t knew him best to find him at twenty in Rush Hurlstone, he determined to put knock me out," he replied, with the con- the wine, which was of the watered moos bouquets in his hand stepped act 0a 0a

;- Y love with a woman of twenty-five. Yet himself out, if necessary, to aid him. ; fidence of youth. California variety; and when he lightedhis into Fourteenth street, immediately fc&.

with all his fondness for older people. In the first place, he talked over the ,; "I'm pretty tough myself,or I shouldn'tbo cigar-young men did not smoke lowed by something completely easele

t Rush liurlatone was not a particularly chances of journalism, with the young alive today. So you want to be a : cigarettes in those days as they do now oped in white fur and lace, which i hsz. tlIt Ita

t 1 serious young man. No one enjoyed life man,and did his best to discourage him. journalist and you are a friend of Mr. I -he felt that he had dined welL ried to the carriage, followed by j

more than he and he enjoyed the gayeties "A journaujt's life is a dog's life," Spar? We're pretty full just now, and !! Having plenty of time on his hands he elderly lady in black, attended by a 11
of life too-so well in fact that atone French maid carrying a black bag in her
I said he. there doesn't seem to be much going on. called for The Evening Post, and when .:

I time his family had fears that he "Youare somebody's slave; The best I can do is to give you a chanceif he had read all the news he looked at his hand. The stage doorkeeper ran after o
..v. t might full into fast ways and not realize You here tomorrow half 7. I them, hat in hand. b
t must where are bid and do one occurs. may report : watch and found that it was past
:1::(.. ; the brilliant expectations they had formed the- y\u as are go told. You you must turn night at half-past 11. Send in your He had thought it must be at least 9. "What shall be done with the flower,, tlk
i for him. His father dying at you
:. of his into day and work fourteen hours out of card, and if there is anything I can give i What could he do to kill time? Go to the baskets and the stands he inquire
and neither
close of the civil war,
to do I will do so with pleasure. better to the if it of the elderly lady. I.
I realize the situation the twenty-four. You may do your best you I the theatre, or, opera
t brothers seeming to
you'll like your new profession.Good for if there "Send them around to tho house ia 1 t.
both of them were older than he, and get no thanks for it, and though Hope I was an opera night, was one a
t what write make people talk, morning, Mr. Hurlstone; Mr. Spar : thing he loved above another it was cart; we can't take them with us." 11
work you
and at
he left college went to once i
; they will never know*who it was that adieu. Now, O'Brien, what is it? You music. Turning to the advertising columns Bang!Islam I What was that loud sport 11
: his father's affairs.
settle Capt.
: "' to Hurlstone, up had nothing but his to I; wrote it. All the credit gqfta to the couldn't see Senator Miggins? Nonsense! i of The Post he found that it was ? Nothing, only the quick shutticj f.

i, I live and when he died that source pay paper. or to John Gasper Plunimett, the You must see Senator Miggins and make I evidently a gala night, for he read: ; of the carriage door. The coach::= c

I of upon was cut off. I: proprietor. And what are the rewardsof him talk. If the man at the front door ,: ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY snapped his whip, the horses sprang toward ( c

The revenue mother owned tho house she lived : journalism? Perhaps you will make won't let you in go in through the area; I Mr. Max Mazmaon has the honor to announce and in a second the carriage hi Lii

L J week after while if are clever but see him you must." that he has secured the services of the distinguished disappeared around the corner of Irrisj :
$20 a
inat Farmsted, an old fashioned New : a you j"
m and hope some time, when "That was soon settled, thanks to you American prima donna I place, and Rush had not caught as mud
\ York village; but there were five chil- ; you may I KISS BKLEX: KJfOWLTOS,
:.. I ,: dren, including Rush, two older boys you are a middle aged man, to work up Mr. Spar, said Rush, as they passed out for a few nights only, previous to her departurefor j as a glimpse of the beautiful face. Eli

1 John and Philip and two girls who I to an editorial position at $60 a week. I "And now for work. I wish Mr. Mus- I' Europe. This. Wednesday evening, "La Tra- first impulse was to run after it at fail t
y' ; grave had said to begin today. I am so nata." Miss Knowlton In her great role of Vio I I speed but he remembered that he q t
have been here five-and-twenty years I
were than be, Marion and Rosa-
younger letta. Seats be secured at the box office.
,.. : \ lind. John was in the army with his : and my salary is $45 a week. I have a eager to begin that it seems like an eter- I 'Traviata the of Dumas''Dame in New York and not in Farmsted
: f wife and four children, three of whom the meantime I'll story that he might be arrested as a lunatic L
He In
: father as a volunteer. was an amiable ; nity till to-morrow. '" said Rush himself
: ;F I popular, selfish fellow, who fdnnJ take care of themselves, for which I look for lodgings. The Astor house is aux"and Camellias Miss Knowlton, Violetta.to Just, tho very outset of his career. f

;- ( .i his lieutenant's pay hardly sufficient tot thank heaven as it's not much that I rather expensive for a reporter. I thank as "By Jove, Harry," said one of the wt2 a
I have heard her and
: the never ,
: could do for them. The youngest, poor and dressed men to the other, "lit 1l
+,,. cover his own expenses, and quite inadequate you very much for your kindness, they she is fine." So he walked young
I girl, is home with two fatherless little say didn't see us at al1."
; to do anything towards meeting hope you'll never have reason to repentIt.
I t around to the academy bought a good i
;: .t' those of the family. John came home ,1 1J ones, but she is welcome; I don't com ; "1 didn't suppose she would. Boh,*
seat for two dollars and settled down for
: with a negro servant and two horses after I: plain. 1 only tell you what this profession "I'm sure I never shall,"said Mr. Spar, of solid said the other; "but I thought we mitt 1a
pleasure. Every
r an evening
I .i I he was mustered out of service, and settled I' is that looks so attractive to you shaking the young man by the hand. have seen her."
: note of tho overture was a treat to him. c
:, t down to wait for something to turn i, and to other young fellows. "Let me know how you are getting along. "That isn't the worst of it; our flowea
He knew enough of music to appreciate r
t, i
i "But look at Horace Greeley,
up. Philip was studying law in Judge I Good luck to you." are going round to the house in a art
Ii the beauties of that now despised t
p ''i Gunn's office in Farmsted, and he in- i Gordon Bennett. Henry J. Raymond, The old doorkeeper fumbled for his ;, opera with the rest of them. What fools n I
and ho wondered how the people who t
;( tended to finish his course let come what'I Charles A. Dana and half a dozen others: keys, and let Rush out into the anteroom had the boxes could find it in their I are!IVell, come along, old boy; let'p i

would. There were still two years before 'i what of them? They have found better again;and again he shook his head ] to Del's and be happy." And Bob lock I IHarry's
late. But he
to so enjoyed I
those mention come
rewards than replied -
'r him and some one must pay his exPens'che -I I you precatingly as the young man ran arm and the two sauntered off a
them in and he S
Rush still undaunted. seeing come was quite
didn't know and hedidn't
who down the stairs. Before
lightly winding the direction of Union
enchanted with the who square. t
rewarded them pretty girls
:r. 1'1. I care, so long as they were paid. I "To be sure journalism dinner time he had found a very com- I I "I'm one of the fools," said Rush to s

t' The girls, 12 and 15 years of ago respectively I well: but they are the exceptions. fortable room with a French family in I himself, and he, too, turned his face EX

y It; had their education yet to get. I "And why shouldn't I be an exception? West Eleventh street Everything about I graced the fl.onrows.. The scene is i the same direction. 1.i i

i .,I f If R remained at college (he was in At any rate I am eager for"the fray and the place was neat as wax, and ho bar- i beautiful enough even to old opera I There was a sharp wind blowing c? 1.t

: 1 thejunior class he realized that he 1 willing to take the chances. for there is no theatre in the
j' ) gained for a third story room lookingout J goers Fourteenth street, and he raised his bat I
: .t :',! would not only be putting no money in 1 "1 see you are not to be discouraged. into a pretty front yard-one of the : world that shows off an audience as that it might cool his throbbing bro.

:t;r: the family purse, but would be depleting !I I suppose you know that there is no few in New York. The landlady, who i i does the Academy of Music and it must II The very thought of the room in West 3I 3I.

(,: that small treasury; so he came home, royal road to journalistic success-that" was pleased with his frank manner and i have been simply dazzling to an impres- Eleventh street stifled him. He gnat

I 1 t'I fully determined to take advantage of !! you will have to begin at the bottom? amused by his broken French, made a : sionable young man to whom it was all I I move about out under the stars; perhap if

i tho first opportunity that should offer it- I "There is no royal road to any success good arrangement with him, which included i new. The last notes of the overture l he could walk off his excitemefil 1

I r selfOf that I have ever heard of... I am ready a cup of cafe au lait and a roll in i died away and the great curtain rolled I Around and around Union square It
all professions in the world he preferred I I to break tho ground" as better men have the morning. His lunch and dinner he I up,showing the room in Violetta's house. went, at a rate that would have aston 1

"". that of journalism and The done before me. And Rush buttoned I would get wherever he happened to be. It is not neccessary to follow the story ished professional walker. His leg

Farmsted Free Lance being in want of a I. his coat and straightened himself up to A newspaper man's lunch is virtually his : of the opera: enough to say that Rush were trying to keep pace with fcfc !

t I general utility man-one who could do his full height,as though it were manual breakfast, for if he does not get to bed i Hurlstone could scarcely believe his eyes thoughts, and it put their agility to tie

all the necessary reporting for a weekly i labor with a crowbar and pickax that before half past 2 or 3 in the morninghe I t and ears. The music entranced him test. After he had circumnavigated tit
rather than work
paper, write the minor editorials and the lay before him is not likely to be up and out much i and the prima donna turned his brain. for i
I I square nearly hours a policeoaa
New York letter and think himself well with a pen as his tool. before noon. ; Before the opera was over he was madly hailed him "I feller; I
I paid on a salary of $.')00 a year-he applied "Como along, then, said kind old Mr. After writing a few lines home to tell : in love. He had been more or less sus- say young
for the situation and it. There Spar, "1 will introduce you to the city I you must have walked 'em off btti I
got his mother of his good luck Rush strolledout ceptible to the charms of the gentler sex ,

,; ( was no competition to speak of. A crack editor. Every one has to go through his into the street crossed over to Union ever since he left off petticoats, but this i time Don't you think you'd better motr I

1 i+ : brained auctioneer with a weakness for mill It is like that of the gods: it grinds square and sat down upon one of the was something new. He had never felt en?"

it'' Shakespeare made a formal applicationfor slowly and it grinds exceedingly: small.? benches there to think over the situation. ; this sensation before. He wanted to kill The sound of voice speaking directly tt
the post, but Editor Dwyer said that I "I follow. said Rush. "Show me the To be sure he had been at college for i the tenor-a mild eyed Signor Messaliniand to him aroused Rush from the spell that ,

the love of poetry was tho root of all miller. two years, and had worked as an inde- ; tear the divine Violetta from his seemed to be upon him. He looked at-

evil, and he didn't want anyone spouting Tne place in which this conversationwas pendent man on The Farmsted Free arms. Altogether, he was beside him- his watch by the light of the moon and I 1t

t! Shakespeare about his establishment. held was a gloomy ante-room at the Lance, but he had never felt the perfect I self. It was an extreme case of love at saw that it was just half-past 2.

4 r So the auctioneer returned to his block head of a flight of winding iron stairs. emancipation from all restraint that he : first sight Do you believe such a fire is I "You're quite right," said he to the

,,, and Rush Hurlstono entered upon the : Then were half a dozen people sitting realized at this moment At college he : certain to die out as quickly as it is policeman: "I think it's about time fox I

c discharge of his duties in the office of i there some writing at a rickety round was little more than a school boy and : kindled? Read the following pages, and I me to turn in." And then he added too t

M The Free Lance with energy and enthusiasm table; others looking over the files of on The Free Lance he had lived at home, you will know better. himself, "Well, I have begun to keep t

The journalistic sense-the news : newspapers on the racks; others still but now he had cut adrift and was aboutto If the departing audience had not be- newspaper hours with a vengeance!" b

N sense-was fully developed in him at an I coming and going on errands of various set up for himself. With all his elation gun to walk over his feet and to express a few moment she was at his lodging* f

early age, and he easily filled the columns j sorts; telegraph boys, people with grievances a touch of home sickness came over itself rather vigorously at the stupid and by o'clock was sleeping assoundlT l

l of his journal with original accounts : they wanted to air, cranks with bun and for a moment he felt a wild manner in which he sat in his seat after I and sweetly as a child.CHAPI'ER I

of the sayings and doings of the I patent flying machines they insisted desire to take a late train and surprisethe the curtain was rung down Rush Hurl- 1f
I S good people of Farmsted Before long I upon exhibiting and indignant politicians -
t folks at Farmsted. Not of course stone would probably have remained in
his local stories began to be largely I who wanted to know if the manag- that he wanted to see them so much, but the Academy of Music till morning. ILUNCTUAlXf
editor in. To all of these ,_
ing was the old --
the stato and The FreeLance
copied by
e< Y papers they would be so delighted to see him! After having nearly upset a tall nearsighted strokff 1
tiota reputation that it had never doorkeeper was most polite. He never However he that idea and be- and on the
gave up I young man, having held a
+n had before: the column of "Glittering I for a moment lost his temper, though he I ofhalfpasUlRush
came interested in looking at the people stout elderly lady on his instep for half t
r Generalities'* glittered for the first time in i was sorely tried at times. He seemed to t w*
around him his country appetite a minute Rush collected his scattered 1
{ d ; its history As for the New York letter, I know his business thoroughly jet he warned him that it was time to get some- I wits, and soon found himself under the I ; climbmgthr
it would have astonished the New York- was always in doubt as to whether the i iron stairs st
to eat. ; calm that t
I thing evening sky hung over Irving
asked for was in or not. He : office *
ers had they read itAt person was I the
He knew the The
c principal streets and : place. one thought in
uppermost 1
i the end of a year Rush thought he quite willing, however, to go and see, if hotels of New York, but-he had only a his mind was the prima donna he had ll The Dawn. 1bIr t
# I' j 1 had learned.l all of his profession that was f the gentleman would only be good :. old doorkeeper
general idea of the plan of the city, and just seen, and whom he must see again (
: enough to tell him his and busi- hi**
to he learned on The Free Lance. There name recognized
of anything off the beaten track he before he could return to his lodgings
2* p'I' was nut a department of the to ness. and hiIn.
paper knew absolutely nothing Setting out inVest Eleventh street. But how gave
l J which he had not contributed; and he I Fifty times an hour he had to unlock I was I pleasant "()god
i 1 in quest of a restaurant he walked down he to see a person so hedged about? The -
t H the glass door that led to the **
?r had even learned to "stick type that mysteries Fourth avenue from Fourteenth street stage doorl She must come through I morning sir, ; tI I
t he might that he had done ti inside and closed with a spring behind Rush handed hiD
say as
I until he came to a place where a sign at ; that passage to take her carriage andas
him and as often when he returned he *
much in the ; t
way of newspaper work as + his cardto ,
door announced
the "French and Italian she passed him he could,catch
r ) Franklin did. Benjamin Franklin was t had to extract the keys from the depthsof Restaurant. Table-d'hote dinner with I more glance of her bewitching:face. one N in to Mr.grave. Hat"I t

his: hero, and he sincerely wished that of pocket (an operation uiiiua he I In a mD'
1 wine, 75 cents. Macaroni a specialty. : A few words of inquiry brought him ,.
his father had named him Franklin, always performed with the air of a discoverer } t. went th8QIdznaxt"
Going up a flight of stairs, ho entered a ; to the spot. A coach was drawn !
,t t, instead of after that other distinguished ) and unlock the portal There up by : returned.
.1 room at one end of which a black eyed, the sidewalk-her coach! He knew it
Philadelphian Benjamin Rush. was a sort of pitying expression in his "Will sir?"**-
curly haired Italian sat at a desk mak- instinctively, and there was a large street you please be seated.
New York as he ushered Mr. and Rush "
was the goal towards which eyes Spar Musgrave
t ing change. On either side were rows lamp burning right at its door! He aiys.
f would
tiY his mind and he determined through that little door and he shook tab**
turned to ; of little tables between which dexterous make believe that he was So Rush sat down at the round

try his luck at getting a paper in that his head doubtfully and spat a mouthfulof waiters bearing aloft dishes of smoking r for his cigar, and would be getting a light in >nd toyed with one of the red bandy

:, city He had fully determined to succeed tobacco juice on the mat as the door viands hurried to and fro. Rush Hurl- I front of the coach as she put standing her dainty penholders that lay there, impatient 0
in his and he could clicked behind them. The narrow so9
profession, see way get his first so
stone was not a man to bo daunted by a foot upon the step. Leaning against the assignment. He was
u nothing to prevent success. How to get was,lighted through glass partitions, butit new experience. When he was un- I iron fence at the entrance to the that he would hear from Mr. Musgra1*
I the first seriousr was only a step to the city editor's stage fo*
his foot on step was the fanjfliar with the ways of a place, he door were two dark browed men_con immediately that he would not sit
I back on his chair, but hovered on Pt A

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drt of 'read1.to umP the moment he II agility was the occasion of Ehls pleasant .

heard hit name called. Hal an hour acquaintance." troubling myself about other people's.If seen him since. HecouTdn't have a prima donna ana supping with a ballet .

by, and the edge of the hard chair I "You don't know me? What a strange I you come to know us you will find for I haven't left the door for a goneout mo t dancer!

e: feel uncomfortable,so he seated fellow! I am Leoni! Come, follow me that we are not as black as we are paint- ment." Rush felt a guilty flush steal up CHAPTER i
himself'weD against the back. Another if you want to see the rehearsal" And I ed. Some of the hardest working and to his checks, but AS it would not help I HI.USE
elf bour, and he thought, "There are taking his hand, she led him in and outamong best women I have ever known have J HURL-
Brobably a number ahead of me; my the dusty scenes and finally stationed been ballet dancers. Because some one matters for him to explain that it was he, : STONE was
Lm is sure to come before long." Soho him in 'the wings in full view of has given us a bad name we are the tar- I and not the gas man,. who had been I! not the only
took a copy of Tho Dawn from hispocket the stage, which was dimly lighted by get for all the simple headed fops and called to enter the academy, he said : young man in
and began to read all the long two large gas jets in the center. A queer bald headed rakes in the country; but : nothing. It being impossible to try the New York in

focal stories. He had been in such a looking old man in a swallow tail coat, these wicked men find themselves mistaken colored lights without Mr. White, Mme. love with
burry to get to the office in time that he buttoned up to the chin, stood ready I sometimes, and learn that a ballet I Lanner said that she would expect to Helen Knowl-
had read' only the head lines before. I with his violin under his arm. By his dancer can take care of herself and that I meet them all the next morning at 9. I ton. Therewas

After reading several columns carefully side was an eminently respectable looking I she has others to take care of her. You : Leoni and her mother got ready for the scarcely
through,be began to fidget and to wonder I woman Ina plain stuff gown and I should have heard my father tell how he street and Rush asked if he might not a man in the city
what it all meant. He looked at his bonnet. thrashed Lord Bellflower on the stageat accompany them to their door, as it was who was not in

watch. It was half past 1. Calling! the "Now,ladies,are you ready said she, Covent Garden one night for chuck- I rather late for unprotected women to be I tho same condi-
to him, he asked him if he and the out. tion. I cannot
doorkeeper touching old man gently, "Signor ing my mother under the chin. My I '
kind enough to remind Mr.Jlusgrave Narini smiled the idea of the lateness say that all were
would be begin if you please. Then, mother was a dancer-one of the most I They at
that he was there. The old beating time vigorously with her foot, I famous fairies in the pantomime, though I- of the hour; it was then not more than : as hard hit as our

pan told him that Mr. Musgravo had she sang, "One, two, three. A row of I you wouldn't think so 'to see her now- i, half past 10, and often they had gone young friend,but
just gone to luncheon and would not return legs was lifted towards Rush, who beganto and very beautiful Old Bellflower admired I home alone as late as 1 o'clock; but if several of them
before half past 2. feel very much as though he were I her across the footlights, and : Mr. Hurlstone was going in their direction -i thought they were-which amounted to

Rush had eaten a late breakfast,. so he playing the role of Peeping Tom "See- I thought the only thing he need do to !i they would be pleased to have his I
was not hungry; but he was very nervous saw" went the violin in the most marked I make her acquaintance was to speak to I company. They lived in East Tenth the same thing for the time being. This
and tired. He had been unusually time, followed by the voice of tho wom- her. He was well known behind the !i i street, which was quite convenient for is not to be wondered at, either. Helen

excited the night before, and had slept an and the sharp beating of her foot on I scenes of the theatre; my mother was I II i him. The rain had ceased, and the moon Knowlton was a woman of remarkable
but a few hours, and this waiting was the bare boards. not-she had just come from Italy; and I II ,I was shining brightly, as the three stepped attractions. Aside from her gifts as a
very tedious. However, ho was .there, Rush had seen ballet dancing before, I I he sauntered across the stage to the j I i out into Fourteenth street. Rush thought singer(and she was now at the zenith of

and there he meant to stay till he got but never in such queer costumes. There J wings where she was standing, and, !i of the one he had seen coming through her powers), she was a clever woman, a

some word from Mr. Musgrave. He were no two alike. All the dancers wore with an insolent leer, put out his big ': that doorway the night before, as he student of books and of men. and with
read all the editorials, and was half short skirts, but from the waist up they be-ringed hand and caught her by the gave his arm to Signora Cella. The con- sentiment enough to enable her to inter-
through tho advertising columns by halfpast were covered with dressing sacques of chin. Oh, dear me! I have to laugh !I versation turned from the stars of heavento pret poetic characters most successfully.

2. Still no word from inside. every conceivable style, except one who : whenever I think of it. My mother drew ; the stars of the stage, as they walked While not, perhaps, what would be
Every stroke of the bell on the city edit- had on an ordinary black body and a back in affright as my father stepped : down to East Tenth street; and when I called a beauty, she was strikingly hand-

or's desk made him start, and he could black bonnet with a long crepe veil, J up. My father wasp a famous'athlete- they reached the modest house where I some.
not believe that he did not hear his name which floated out behind her as she came the champion cannon ball tosser of Eu- the ballet dancer and her mother lived, I According to classic ideas, her features

mentioned. Finally, nearly stifled by tripping down the stage. Some had on rope. He took his lordship by the seat I Signora Cella insisted that he should ,' were not perfect; yet one seldom sees
the bad air, and worn out by sitting soI I old tights, others their usual stbckings. of his trousers and the collar of his coat come in."We finer eyes or a straighter nose,or a handsomer
long Rush made a bold push and sent in The woman who was rehearing them and ran him the length of the stage, the i always have a little supper after mouth than hers when she was

word again, to which the reply came was the most energetic person Rush had entire company looking on and trying : the theatre," said she, "and it would I, talking or laughing. Some people
that there was "nothing for Mr Hurl. ever seen. She not only sang all the not to laugh; and when he got him to please us very much to have you eat a I I thought her mouth too large, but Rush
stoic today." It was then about 5 music, but she beat time with her hands the drop curtain he kicked it aside and : bit of bread and drink a glass of wine never liked a small mouth in man or

o'clock and mining hard; so Rush may and feet, and whenever a particularly fired my Lord Bellflower clear over the : with us. Giuseppe will be glad to see !i'j i woman; a large mouth with glistening .

be pardoned if he felt rather blue. He difficult step occurred she picked up her orchestra into the pit. You can imagine you, too; ho sees very little company, j I I: teeth always attracted him. Her eyes
thought of the dear ones at home, and petticoats and danced it with the what a sensation this made. My mother .'; poor man." 1 i!i were brown, with jet black lashes and

knew that just at that time they were girls-"ladies": she called them If had to leave the theatre, as his lordshipwas 1 Leoni added her Invitation. Rush I brows, the former so thick and long that
sitting around a crackling wood fire in they showed the slightest hesitation, they a largo stockholder and one of the looked at her handsome eyes, glistening I when he looked into her eyes he thoughtof
the library, waiting for Sarah to an- had to dance it all over again. Rush had directors; but both she and my father in the moonlight, and accepted. Sig- fire burning its way through shrub-
nounce that tea was served. This reminded never had such a treat in his life. He got a splendid engagement at another nora Cella's night key admitted them, '!1 bery. Her hair was brown, and grew in
him that he had not broken his enjoyed every note of Signor Narini's house. If my father had intended doing and they were soon in a comfortably '' waving'lines around her brow, and the

fast in several long hours; so ho jumpedon music, and every step of tho coryphees. something to make himself popular, he furnished room in tho second story. A' line that marked its growth at the backof
tho front platform of a Fourth avenuecar But where was his agile friend Ah, could not have hit upon a better device; table spread with a snowy cloth stood in i her neck was as clearly defined as
that he might get the fresh air (he there she stood in the opposite wings, and I can tell you that ballet dancers tho middle of the floor, and, by the mel- though it had been drawn with a pencil.
did not mind the rain) and rodo up to watching the trainer intently. Tho were better treated by tho swells for low light of an oil lamp, Rush saw that ,: This may seem a small matter to speak
the Italian restaurant where he had coryphees made a: backward movement, some time after that." it was set for the lato supper of which of, but it is a great beauty in a woman.
dined tho night before. Signor Narini played a flourish.and Leoni And Leoni raised herself on her toes all people connected with tho stage are : Her figure was exceedingly well propor-

Like many a man before him, ho felt bounded tos the front of the btage. and laughed."A 1 so fond, and which is really necessary to tioned, and she dressed with the most
better af r ho had dined, and ho thought Away flew Hi nrarini's fingers capital story, capitally told," said; their health, as they can eat very little exquisite taste. With all these physical

he would go to the opera again. To his over the strings, and away flew Leoni Rush; "and shall hare a caro in future before the performance. After the per- attractions, site had an unusually bright;
disgust, ho found that opera was given around the stage; tht-n the music slowedup not to chuck ballet girls under tho chin formance is over their minds are at rest, j; mind. She was constantly adding to her
only every other night. If he could not and the dancer came down the stage until I find out if there aro any athletesin and they can sit down quietly and enjoya store of knowledge and what she knew

go to tho opera, he could at least go in a series of courtesies; then she pirouetted the family." tolerably hearty meal. A stick of I she knew thoroughly. If she had not
around to Irving place and look at the around on her toes and finally "I don't believe you are that sort of a French bread, a cut of that delightful been a prima donna, she would have distinguished

building which only the night before had drew up in the center, and, placing one man," said Leoni. "If I did, I would Italian sausage, salami, and a bottlo of i herself in some other walk in

been so glorified in his eyes. So he foot as high over her head as she could not have stood here talking to you; but Chianti wine stood upon tho table. Rush ;I li\).
walked around to the historic pile of yellow get it, wriggled down to the foot lightson there is something rj!>out you that tells noticed this at a glance, and at the same As to her character it was peculiar.

brick,and sat down under the portico the too of the other slipper. It mo that you are an honest young fellow time he saw a large,man, with a face 'i' When Rush came to know her intimately -
AntI J: lUokc his after dinner cigar in the was a difficult task well done. Narini and have not l been in tho city long showing signs of great suffering, proppedup i he told her she was the most singular
cool night air, out of the rain Ho derived I rapped on tho back of his violin with enough to be spoiled by its wicked ways. with pillows in a big chair by the fire. : combination of baby and woman he had
a great deal of satisfaction from his bow, and Mme. Kathi Lanner-for it Ah! there is my cue." I Leoni ran lightly across the room, kissed 1 ever met, and so she was. Sho lived in

this indulgence, but thought that a, visitto was no less a personage training the Rush was young enough not to feel altogether tho invalid's hand and laid it gently upon ![ the world, but she was not a woman of
the stage door would not bo withoutits ballet-clapped her hands delightedly, flattered by Leoni's estimate of her brown curls, as though its to.uch car- i; tho world. She could not say one thing
attractions. Through that mysterious while Rush joined in the applause from him, but ho took it as it was meant. lie ried a blessing with it. ;1! and mean another, and her friends used
was much pleased with tho The man leaned over and kissed heron to tell her that was an accomplishment
portal he saw a light gleaming How tho wings. Leoni made him a graceful very girl;
very jolly it would bo to seo inside of bow, and then, crossing over to him she was very handsome, her manner was the forehead, saying something in Italian : prima donna, of all persons, should pos
that pLcc! I wonder how could manage with the ungraceful walk of the ballet as attractive as it was frank, and she that Rush did not hear, and would not ''sess. She was credulous, yet suspicious; "
danced like a sylph. Ho made his have understood if he had. Then Leoni 1 she was practical to a fault, yet senti-
it, ho thought, and stood for a moment dancer, said, "I told you 1 could do it. up
arose and introduced Rush to her father. I mental; she seemed cold in her nature,
mind that ho would ask permission to
looking at the door. To his surprise, I never did it so well at a rehearsal ho-
j it opened with a bang, and a man shouted fore; but i wanted to show you what I call upon her, and when sho pirouetted This poor sufferer was the famous cannon 1 yet she unconsciously hungered for
I.t him, \Vhataroyou standing out there could do." around his way again, ho said, "Mile. ball tosser. Ho had tossed one ball too :1 love. She made friends easily and took

for? Why don you come in?" This "Thank you very much," said Hush. Leoni, since you have been kind enoughto : many, for tho last timo he appeared in no pains to keep them yet somehow or
such a good of public tho biggest and heaviest one hit ,, other they stuck by her. She was at this
seemed You express
I like fate; so, somewhat mystified, "You did beautifully. are as grace my
he character, perhaps would not mind him on a tender point of the spine, and Hmo just a little spoiled and with reason.
I walked boldly inside. The place was ful as u swan and as light as u fairy. I you
this had been his condition since. The town was: at her feet. Thero wasn't
what to ever
proving by allowing
dimly lighted and the man was not to bo never saw anything more exquisite; that you say mo '
call at home." And ho Ho would never get well; ho knew it; a man, woman or child who would not
[seen. "Small loss, thought Rush, as hoj last bit was the very poetry of motion. upon you your ,
and the knowledge added to his suffer- j have been proud to do her a favor.
felt his smiled a most winning smile. J
j way cautiously t he scenery. Leoni looked at him as though she had
Leoni looked him straight in tho ; ing. "Here I sit, a great, useless hulk, ,i Ladies vied with one another in entertaining -
first thing he knew his hat was heard that expression before, but sho eyes; I
knocked oil."Halloo'ho. did not so. then sho said: "If you would really care dependent on my poor little Lisa for sup- :I her at their houses, young men
I the burden of his : fought for an introduction and old
to call at humble apartment aro port, was thoughts.
"Ladies of tho demon ballet! shouted you
"Who threw
"If I could '' toasted her at their clubs. I believe that
only work I could bear tho
welcome but first I
quite ; give mo
itttt brick? Mme. Lanner; and in a moment the air your .
name, that 1 introduce to pain; but I must sit here calmly as I may, 1 i if sho had chosen to have Union club
filled with tho clanging of cymbals."Do you my
Before lie had time to look for his hat was dance again?" said Rush, amid mother; sho is hero waiting for me. She :I with mind and body both on the rack." !I I men pull her carriage instead of horses
a. young lady in very scanty clothing you comes for me every night and we go There had been more or less of tho animal i i I they would havo humored her whim.
tho din. -
picked it up and handed it to him. homo together." in Cella's appearance when ho was a I Everything new that came out in tho
"I knocked it off with tho too of 1113 "Oh"As, yes angel; I lead of light tho demons.?" "My namo is Rush lIurlstone, and I I i young into, but ho was always hand- :| way of bric-a-brac, jewelry or books was

Clipper I'm very sorry. 1 did not see an am a journalist-fresh from the some, and, now that suffering had refined sent to her on tho instant; by some knownor
"Oh, no; I'm the head devil Wait till country
you, said she.
: his face and whitened his hair he unknown admirer. Artists paintedher
too, as you surmised. I shall be most was
in red with
Hush took the hat, thanked her and you see me my tights, my : in their and lauded
told face covered with phosphorus and a happy to meet tho mother of so charming really aristocratic looking. Ho shook pictures poets
time her it was all right, and at the same in hand. We give the ; a daughter, if you will tako mo to Rush cordially by tho hand, but ho said .; her in their lyrics. She had had so much
he wondered if tho Academy stage gold pitchfork my few words, his of this adoration that she took it almostas
ballet Friday night.Vill be here?" her, said Rush, in his most convincing only a as English was i
[was given over to "Jardin Mubillo" on you '
a manner. very imperfect. I i a thing of course; yet she was pleased
performance on tho nights...when there There site was no coquetry of her in the performance girl'smanncr *'Thn way, then, please." 'i i Signora Cella disappeared in another by every new attention, and never tired
Was no : was proud !
opera Rush followed her across tho back of room and left Leoni to entertain Rush. even of the flowers that were showered
[ "Might: I ask what is going on?" hopaid "1,shall and sho wanted every to one here to,see" said it. the stage and thero in a remote corner .; In a few moments sho returned with a upon her. Guarded like a hot house \
to the dressed try get ': bowl of and : plant herself, the breath of scandal had
scantily young wopetty sat a tall, thin Italian woman, with a smoking soup a golden hued
n, who ho discovered was a very Rush."It will he grand,"she continued. "'Vegi"o wrinkled, sallow skin, largo nose, sharp omelet. They wheeled tho ex-cannon II never blown towards her. You could
Italian ballet girl pointed chin (tho very chin Lord Bell- I ball tosser up to the table. lIe openedthe i> not look at her and believe that sho was
'The Water first then
I "H ia tho rehearsal for the new ballet" 'Helen Sprite'of ilower had touched to his cost), and coal : bottle dexterously, took tho oil out otherwise than pure, and the veriest old

|ne answered, in slightly broken Eng- the M.now Gounod opera,expressly for Troy Mile., composedby Knowlton black eyes with heavy lids. They must.. of the neck with a little wad of cotton, roue would have found himself awed by

'h"andlwas'g my new will Helen for the have been handsome eyes when she was and then all drank tho health of the !| her innocence. Yet she was no prude.
pa when your hat in It isMery appear as So meal Rush She was fond of the society of and
got my way. first time. You had better come." ;young-not so many years ago, either; ;; guest. merry a had seldom ;' men
pretty ballet-'The Water Sprite.' but Italian women fado rapidly. sat down to. Tho old man was not i I enjoyed a good time as much as any one,
in the
"I shall do ,
RO or perish attempt
liareyou been to the rehearsals:: before?" answered Rush, with an emphasis that "Mother, I want to introduce Mr. Rush in as much pain as usual, and he told I but sho was possessed by a very strong

I ".'"'0. 1 have not had that pleasure. Aro rather surprised the girl, who began to Hurlstone, from the country, who would some amusing anecdotes of his athletic idea of what a woman should and shouldnot
I ou rehearsing alone?" think that she had made an impressionon like to call on us some day," said Leoni. days. Leoni was all excitement, owing do. Her position made it necessary
I "No, Indeed! don't you hear them onstage the man's heart. "You spoke The way she pronounced his name !: to tho new ballet, and good humor for her to be particularly careful, and,
Iho young I When the clock struck 12 Rush although she was 2.;; old, she had
? The music hasn't begun yet; of Miss Knowlton; does she come to rehearsals amused Rush very much, but he was too reigned years
|bey are just exercising Do you dance?" ?" he inquired. "Will she be hero well red to smile. He bowed politely ; bade his kind entertainers good night, never entertained a man alone in a room
I "I might pull through n Virginia reel to-night?" to the mother and shook her hand so and thanked them for one of the pleas- in her life. Foreigners with their ideasof

rWi a good 1artieri tswerc tl Rush.; II "Of course she comes to rehearsals I heartily that he knocked her knittingout antest evenings of his life. It was all so women on tho stage, could not under -

L"I don' know that ancu. Is it for what a stupid question!-but she doesn't of her lap as she attempted to rise. ,! unconventional Leoni was so beautifuland stand her but none the less they joined
he ballot?" said she| passing her foot t trer I topic to ballet rehearsals. She was here "1 am very glad to meet you, Signora had so much common sense, and he with her countrymen in burning incenseto
I !her head Just for practice. I all the morning rehearsing'Helen.' Mile. Loom," said I he. "and I hopo for a I was astonished at the refinement of tho her.

I 'f o; it's not a ballet. Take care! I Knowlton works hard, and she is just as better acquaintance with both you and :: family.He had that Helen Knowlton's parents had died
always imagined ballet
j when she her in
u U daughter. was a baby, leaving
f fall.sajj Hush who |had the smallest jour
never anxious for the singer of I dancers were a rather ignorant lot, and
rn a Woman stand on one log so long, part to make a hit as to make one her "Thank you." said shot in English : fast withal; yet here was a girl who, charge of an aunt, Miss Rebecca Sand-
utting out his hand to steady her. II self; but she always does that, and she is more broken than that of her daughter. I while she appeared before tho public in ford, her mother's sister, who was knownto
I pho poked him playfully the ribs going to have a grand triumph as Helen But my name i is Cello" j skirts above her knees and earned a half of Helen's friends and the whole
r'uh her "Leoni is know : larger salary than her be- musical profession as "Aunt Rebecca."
slippered toe. "You don't You ought to see her costumes. They are my stage name, you companions
|now much about the ballet or J I added. the daughter. "You have to :1' cause she could kick her legs higher,was This good lady was a dragon of virtue.
f ould not think that anything. I you .I have a fancy name in the ballet. .At yet as modest and refined by nature as She looked upon her niece as a child and
can j lovely. Sho let her..dresser show themto most ladies, though the associations of treated her such and it kind-
as ,
put my leg home 1 am Lisa Cella; hero I am Leoni ; as was
straight in tho air and
up ladies of the ballet and the her life made her freer in her
I all of us manner treatment it had the effect of
omo ly keepingher
down -'the Leoni tho j I
| the stage on ono foot. I get other I' only as they' say on with strangers than if she had been bornin .
I call for that chorus the day. bills." i young, so that at 23 she was as fresh
night. Haven't I I more exclusive circles. There
every good.I!
and was
be amiable J
"Sho must very and in her ideas
ou youthful as girls
While '
ever they were talking thero
| seen me do it? were nothing coarse about either of her
her said pa-
'That is I You can tell that by looking at loud cries for *t of 18. Aunt Rebecca never let "thatchild"
a pleasure'still in store for White, the gas rents, though her father had been a professional H.
fe.? answered Rush, with a gallant Rush. I man. Mine. Lanner wanted to try some 'r athlete and her mother a know any.of the business details -
w. ; "Good? I should think she was good of the colored light effects and Mr. }I dancer; and they wero evidently very of her profession. The good lady stood '

I''Harkr. said the.dancer, leaning. for- She is not like some-prime donne I have ,Whito could not bo found.. "It's very careful of their daughter. As Rush between her niece and the managers.She .
ara. danced with. People talk about ballet said walked across town to.,his lodgings, he read the contracts; Helen signed
"Didn't funny, the back door man. "I
[ hear old
you rap !i girls"-with a shrug; "1 could tell them I wondered if he was the same Rush them. shrewd who
was a
Pwaviolin? I must fly." saw White standing out in the rain over Hurlstone / manager
'; about prime donne if I would, three, days ago was an
I something the better of her barganC'onlnw'J
'Before in.a
an hour and called him in. What'a"more _
you go pray let me know the 1 have enough to ago unfledged country boy. Only two nights .
but I'm gossip.
| e of the charming young lady whose I do to. .look.. after a .my- own affairs, without I saw him come i in;, but I haven't J !had passed L ajidjiejejie.was in lQvY t.h I on Puce f J. .

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I I A Marshal SsmdUfe and Hair.MONTICELIX CARDS.

or )! THE FLORIDA STAR. There are thousands of voters in every Vaccination. ), F 1.\., Jan. 21, '&.

;; ----- State who could not,without some assistance TITUSVILLE, May 23, 1889. 11re *rB. Lippman Bros.. Savannah, Ga., L. A. GL GRAS,
I E'
PUBLISHED EV EBl THZJRSDAY. cast correctly eight different ballots To the Editor of the Florida Star: Proprietors P. P. P.: .

in as many ballot boxes, each box The County Board of Health have appointed -I For the past eight years I hare been in ( '
F ELLIS B. WAGER Editor 1 and Pnblisher.j health with malaria, rheumatism ATTTAT-LAWANDKOTARTPDU
I being for ballots for candidates different Dr. W. L. Hughlett and myself bad susuffering
I digestion
dropsy, my
j $1.50 per Annum. from the candidates of any other 'box. 'I vaccination officers for Brevard county I wbs bad and my hair all came out. in fact, Rock Ledge, FIo

I The system of voting for which the Flori- I, to carry out Section 2, Page 7 of the I was nearly a wreck. I had taken kidney

:, Entered at the Pod Office at Tit vilte a& da bill provide assumes that every voter |! Rules and Regulations the State Board !I and blood medicines, which did mo PP.no T). L. GAULDEX,
0 I taking P. ,
When began
ond Clau Maller.'w can read, and that he can select the box ;i of Health, which provides for the vacci- 1 I good.about three months ago, I was as weak as a .

.'w 1:( THE STAR is the OFFICIAL\i newspaper. for which each particular ticket is in 1 t nation and re-vaccination of the citizens child. I have only taken four bottles (small I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

.,1 t for Brevard county. tended. It will hardly be denied that I j residing in their several cities and coun- size), and today I am a well man, and my Titusville, FIorHi

: : Largest circulation this assumption is a rather violent one." 1 j ties. And it is also made the duty of hair has "come"again.." I cannot recommend --
The Star has the I P. P. P. too "
t of any paper on the East coast of Fla. Provisions are also made for printing every parent, guardian or other person highly.W.. F. WARE, JONES & WILLIAMS,

; ballots in English,German and Spanish.This i charged with the care of or responsible Marshal Monticello, Fla.

r ,I. t:l i' make A SQUACE190nelncbln a column. ace; 21 squares being an English-speaking nation it for any child, to see that said child is Witness: F. C. OWEXS. .-'t to rfle3S-at-La\".

y ; For lvertl Injr rates enquire cent stamp.of the Editor seems to us we ou ht strictly to adhere !1 vaccinated, if it has not already been, Advice to Mother Titusville, Fler4
enclosing a two
r t always : to ballots with English alone. Then we j within sixty i days from the publication Mrs.used WrssfcoWa when children sooxmso: are cutting ssnrrshonldalwayi: teeth. It relieTesthelittle3uffereratonceitpToduce8nAtnral- --

J AT Tallahassee the Senate and Houe would not have to secure linguists for i of this regulation, and to have the said quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes as"bright, GEO.1.. ROBBIXS,

i revived to introduce no more officers of election. It might be betterto i child or children vaccinated as often as as a button. it is very pleasant to taste. .It
have both the allay all pain, I
'p soothes the chile,softens gums
c. bills unless by unanimous consent. hold out an inducement of some kindto the health authorities of a city or town teeulatea the bowels,and is the best known remedy ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

JOl There new is plenty of work for consideration voters using a foreign tongue to become I I or county board of health in the State I for other diarrhoea causes., Twenty-flTe whether arising cents from a bottle.teething_or TITUSVILLE, :FLA.

the balance of the session. familiar with the English language (?). may direct, etc. Section 3 says: 'After --
to ---
occupy I -
.. All the Germans and Spaniards in Flori- October 1, 1889, superintendents of all Indian River Steamboat Co. A.I.. THRASHER,

Ax example of Republican rapacityand da who take an interest in politics will institution of learning and all school

.' I its desire to set the negro element hare no trouble in securing the ballots boards and principals of schools in this I Schedules in effect MAY 12, 1889. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

up-even again>t its announced civil they wish to vote even if they are printed State are forbidden to admit as a pupil STEAMER ST. LUCIE, P. O. Box 20, 5AXFOED,Tl tWill

service reform-is shown in the removalof strictly English. Eliminate some of any child or person who has not been Leaves TiTrsv ILZE.. Gam practice in all the counties of the SMQ
and Court.
two of the most active and competent these unnecessary details, do! i successfully vaccinated, and shall require Arrives at Melbourne.12 noon Supreme )
i .1 postal clerks on the Florida Central and i I a certificate, :signed by some competent Returning: A LLEX E. HEYSER,

Peninsular Railroad a few days ago, and Sunday School Picnic. physician, that said child or person has Leaves Melbourne....................12 noon

1 r then for Superintendent Terrell, of the Last Saturday proved a splendid day been vaccinated within* five years from Arrives at Titusville.................. 6pm Altorncy-at-Law>l and! COnYByam.

< RallwaIall Service, to ask Mr. Fawcett for the picnic at the Park. situated out the date of application for admission to Above daily except Sunday. Lake Worth Dade County, Florii

who was one of the removed, to go on Main :treet, a few minute walk from ': said school, academy or institution." STEAMER GEORGIAXA,

; i along as tutor to his successor for a week the business center of our town. Many I't To carry out these:: provisions we have Leaves Melbourne..................... 5am Will furnish land Abstracts of Title to I&.
'I" who had never visited the Park and ordered of bovine virus, County
\ : or two, is certainly a most insulting re- a supply pure Arrives at Jupiter.. 8 p m

quest. Of course Mr. Fawcett promptly only knew it as a place they had heard I and as soon as it arrives we will publishour Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. J.F.. LEWIS, -

declined to do so. The policy of the party described, hardly believing it had or appointments and give the people Returning :

"':' shows its intention to appoint the negro possessed; the natural beauty that it ample time and opportunity to meet us Leaves Jupiter........................... :5am Civil Engineer;l and SIUTO

f, positions in the south and west: whether does, last Saturday morning realized for and carry out the above rules and regu- Arrive at Melbourne. 8pm Tita! Ulle, Flu.T ,
not, against the the first time that it had not been over lations. Respectfully,
er he is capable or Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
of the party's bet leaders exaggerated. The space cleared is about B. R. WILSON. Titusville
wishes of many JBST" Connection i is made at ? B. BURCHFIELD,
1 in the south. Let this continue and four acre*, and is shaded from the hot with trains of the J., T. & K. "". System .

President Harrison will see whether the rays of the sun by huge live-oaks, pal- Rey. Mr. Hughes pastor of the M. E. to and from all points North, and at

t I' in the south will be a mettoes and trees of smaller growth, over Church at DcLand limits his summer Jupiter with daily stage for Juno (8 COUNTY SURVEYOROrders

i Republican party which the wild grape vine has cla ped its sermons to twelve or fifteen minutes.A miles) where connection is made with by mail will receive as pro:;
c unit or not. the steamer "Lake"orth" for all land-
11 attention calls in
tendrils and foliage, making the place & ings on Lake Worth. as person.
C Home Indorsement.Mr. Address: Georgian, Pit
:. Jx the House of Representatives on delightfully cool and shady. Someof ,\'. WATSOX, Superintendent.
[ N. H. Frohlich tein of Mobile
", the committee on finance and the live-oaks are very large, one of G. D. ACKERLY Gen. Pass. Aent.D. .
Monday ,
ii i Ala., writes : "I take great pleasure in H.F.. ATKINSON
1 -' taxation reported a comprehensive i bill them measuring: nearly six feet in recommending Dr. King's New Discov- F. JACK, General Manager.

: as a substitute for the many which have diameter. The programme,asannounced, ery for Consumption, having used it fora JUSTICE OF THE
carried with The attack of bronchitis and catarrh.It PEACE
i offered the assessment and collection was great success. severe
been on
( of the revenue, which is a very addresses by Messrs. J. Sanders, II. J. gave me instant: relief and entirely THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA. Fdr the Second Justice District of lit
cured me and I have not been afflicted yard Court days third M &'
Egger, s. H. Ray and T. Johnson were ; ,
: vexatious problem just now. since. I also beg to state that I have of each month.
I The Senate bill to encourage and protect brief and interesting, each speaker representing tried other remedies with no good result. |

1' oyster culture provoked a lively debate one of the Sunday schools eitherof Have alK used Electric Bitters and Dr.King's A B. CAMPBELL

it; but pa' ed the third reading by a Titusville or LaGrange, and the cheer- New Life"Pills, both of which I
recommend. Jacksonville Fla.:
vote of 26 to 23, notice being given that ing remarks of each were attentively can Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- ,

a motion to reconsider would be made. listened: to by children, as well as those sumption, coughs and colds is sold on a

The friends of the bill however, consider of elder years.Dinner positive guarantee. Trial bottles free at
Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos Haines
was announced at a little aftertwelve all drug stores in Titusville and on Indian ,
+, it safe. I River. Bro / Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox &
f >i Consideration of the Senate bill relating and the spread was made upon a ..
-- White
Organs Chicago Cottage
i to the lant grant of the Florida CoastLine continuous! lineof tables extending a good I J race Up. Organs.I .

T! i F Canal and TrabSporiation Company* l>art o/ the distance on the ea-t side of You are feeling depressed, your appe-
the The of edibles is are bothered with head! will Sell and Deliver at your nearest
raised a breeze. Mr. Norwood, of Bre park. quantity was tite poor you

k, 4,. yard, offered an amendment that no right not in the least exceeded by the quality ache, you are fidgetty, nervous, and generally'out station High GradePI.A..J.T
of sorts and brace
want to
'f.' should vest to said land until approvedby IIf the numerous dishes which filled the up.
Brace up, but not with stimulants, spring
the Legislature ; also that in case the entire table. We venture to say that a medicine ,or bitters, which have for their : : OS

r '' United States Government should open better spread could not be found any basis very cheap whisky, and which stim-
y _'.1 where in the State and ulate for an hour, and then leave
i ,: a water way all land shall revert to the everything was OR
condition than before.
amendments cooked and furnished under the supervision you in worse
State of Florida.
I \Vhat you want is an aletrative that will
{ were lost., This company proposes tot of the ladies of Titusville. The purify your blood, start healthy action of OB..GrAJ.SrSFOR

; open a waterway from St. Augustine toBiscayne younger members of the schools eagerly liver and kidneys, restore your vitality

1lI Bay, and acquire 3,500 acres of retreated from their swings, games and and give renewed health and strength, LESS MONET tban any other house in the
their little chit-chats Such a medicine you willfind in Electric United States. I Will ship a Piano to
land mile, whether by dredging or in party to refresh or Organ
t ; per Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle any any honest man or woman, on trial and it not
.t virgin channel. themselves from the bountiful table ; and drug store on Indian River. satisfactory- will pay freight both ways. $25 This Space Reserved for
cash and $10 a month on a Piano, and $10 each and
x The bill to enforce the payment of tax- after dinner was finished, the remaining $5 a onth on an Organ till paid for-not much
'I' i es by bankers and brokers also provoked 'part of the dinner forcibly brought to A True Tonic. more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal J. BIRNBAUM,
terms anyone can own a instrument. Send for
sharp discussion and was slightly amended. mind the parable of the two loaves of When yon don't feel well and hardly FREE CATALOGUE containing full information. Dealer inGent.s
know what ails you, give B. B B. (Botanic sheet Music Strings Violin. Banjos, Guitars, Ac-
It forces all banks to publish sworn i bread and five fishes, for the supply left I Blood Balm)fa trial. It is a fine tonic.T. cordeons, and in fact, every Musical Instrument Furnishing: Goods, Etc.

statements of their affairs, and provides was enough to feast another gathering as O.Callahan. Charlotte. N.C.,writes : that pMe is Catalogues.made,and at I very have low 20,000 pnces.pieces Send of for Choice com Titusville, Florida.LINE" .

for the assessment of property not specially large. '*B. B. B. is a "tine tonic, and has doneme Music at 10 cents per copy.

i exempted. After dinner there wa singing by great good. A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5
L. W. Thompson. Damascus Ga..
groups from all the Sunday schools, including writes: "I believe B. B. B. is the best

,!i" THE new election bill in the Legislature several cute little duets renderedby blood purifier made It has greatly l Im- Sanitary Ordinance.Be .

seems to us to be a peculiar one. Itprovides the little Misses Ender and Gruber proved my general health." it ordained by the Town Council! of
An old gentlemen writes: "B. B. B.gibes .
the town of Titusville that it
that National and State elections and Master P. Branning, all of whom shall be
received me new life and strength. If thereis the duty of the Town Scavenger to
remove -
irk be held the same day, and that the ballots loud applause for their excellent i anything that will make an old man to some place outside; the limits of
it i is B. B. B."
r be cast in separate boxes. This hall singing. young said town, said place to be approved by
P. A. Shepherd Norfolk Va., August
s well enough but then it providesthat Quite a number from town visited the 10th. ISSis; writes: "I depend on B. B. the Mayor, at least twice in each we'elc,

there shall be separate and distinct Park from the hours of two until four, B. for the preservation of my health. I the contents of every bucket from each
after which the have had it in my family now"nearly two privy in the town of Titusville and all
\ t ballots"for Governor administrative offi.1irt picnic party graduallyfaded
: slop and garbage which shall be
-1 years, and in all that time have not had depos-
cers of the executive department, State away to their homes, firmly im- to hue a doctor." ited in buckets, boxes or barrels or other

? I' Senator, Representatives in the Legislature bued with the desire that picnics in the Thos. P.1lI1k.lapaha, Ga. writes: I receptacles at the same time, and the
1' .. future should be suffered terribly from dyspepsia. 'I'hr.I I town shall receive as compensation
'- t Justices of the Supreme: Court, more frequent than in
i use of B. B. B. has made me feel like a for such service from each
County offices, Congressmen and Presidential the past, and that the Park was the placeto
E..-if!; man. I would not take a thousand dollars owner of each dwelling from which such
4i electors." hold them. for the good it has done me." excrement or garbage shall be removedthe

1 > ." Commenting on this the Savannah Mr. S. H. Ray, superintendent of the \r. M. Chhire. Atlanta Ga. writes : sum of fifty cents per month, and
"I had a long spell of typhoid fever
Actrs of "Unless there is Methodist Sunday School for the removal of such excrement or
: says : was presented
a p.? which at last seemed to settle in my right garbage from Hotels and
' ,A.); a box for each office the sorting and by his scholars with an elegant silver leg. which swelled up enormously. An the town shall receive such boarding houses

'. counting of the tickets will be a pretty cup.inscribed with the dateof the picnic, ulcer also appeared which discharged a as shall be agreed compensation -
upon by the occupant -
full of matter day. Then I B.
; I I big job. There will be seven or eighttimes etc. The presentation speech was made nip I*. B. a trial and it a cured me." save 4 and owner and Town 'nspector,

as many ballots cat as under the by Miss Lennie Ender, who did it in her subject to approval by the Town Council. ,
.I' 't The fees for the services "FR OST TO THE FRO
NOTICE.In herein provided
present election law. It the ballots for charming little 1.aand the gift was
K 1 shall be paid monthly to the
goxernor are put in one b..x. however, quite an astonishment to Mr. Ray. He County Court, Brerard County Florida, Inspector, who shall make his collections 4

!fi and those for Supreme Court judges in was taken quite by surprise.It A. D. 1889. monthly from the persons from whom Hating Purchased the "Frost tf*

I! another, and so on through the list. the seems to us that some action shouldnow In the matter of the estate ) such charges are due when making his and feeling the necessity of keep DI ,.

.f t "i f. counting of the ballots will be simplifiedand be taken to clear up the grounds of Frank Smith, late of V monthly! house to house inspection, as her past Good Reputation as a swift
said county deceased.1Chereas j provided by the rules and
expedited. But how about the more at this place, and provide seats. at a sale of the following landin prescribed by the State Board regulations of Health. Great Courier, I ask of the people a

a voters? Will they not have some difficulty The planting out of shrubs and flowers said countbelonging to said estate I Any failure to comply with the provis- tinuance of their Good Favor.

M1 >> 4 1: in casting so many ballots correctly would also improve the appearance of to-wit: Lot 4 of Sec. 10, Tp. 35. S. of ions of this ordinance shall be reported Will Make Contracts for

'. 11 ? At a general election at which the Park very much. Who will make asa Range 40 K, containing 64 50-100 acres, by the inspector to the Mayor, who shall
was sold to D. P. Smith,administrator of issue his warrant to the
!,, national, stale and county officers ate re ;Iua AS; to how it is to Uduuc ? Hid estate, on the 6th day of May, 1889, its. violation and, upon person conviction chargedwith Delivery of Lumber and

elected, a voter will have to cast eight he being the highest bidder therefor; shall be subject to a penalty of not I less
ballots. Will an ignorant voter be able llucklen's Arnica Salve. these are, therefore to admonish any and than one dollar or more than fifty dollars Cargoes,
The best salve in the world for cuts: all interested to beforeme the
persons appear at discretion of theIa.or.
his ballots in Bitty
in instance the
every get bruises, sires, ulcers, salt rheum, fever on Monday, the 24th day of June All ordinances and of Anywhere up or down Indian
t right boxes? If he fails to deposit the sores, tetter chapped hands chilblains, I next, to show cause, if any they have, in conflict with this; ordinance are hereby Be sure you see me before clueing
: A1; ballots in the boxes" in which they belong corns and all skin eruptions' and Positively why such sale should not be confirmed. repealed. This ordinance to take effect tracts elsewhere.

they will not of course be counted. cures piles, or no pay required i Witness my hand and seal of of- upon its approval by the Mayor.
Although no pains should be spared to It i is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction [sEAL] flee this the 20th day of May Approved May 20, A. D. 1889. Respectfully, .
i or money refunded. Price 25 cents A. D. 1889. H. F.
secure an honest election, the election per box. For sale by all drug stores in I' MrsoR S. JONES, Attest: ATKINSON.Iayor. J. W. ROGERS,

I methods should be as simple as:: possible. I;I Titusville, and on Indian River. 5 County Judge. J. P. BLAKE Clerk. .i 0


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3fannfac taker of fine Havana and Do- Indian River, Florida, S. H. RAY .
Trade supplied with fine ,
In estic Cigars. Orders filled. Having been Re-Furnished, is NOW
Ods. promptly
hind madeg FactorY lralabar. Fla. oat OPEN FOR GUESTS, under the Management Preparatory to opening np and makingroom

of its old proprietor and owner. Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., -FOR- 9 for my Extensive and Varied
N.A U CIA lv'S
JAMES P..A.IN"EProprietor


THE PIONEER AGENCY. St. Lucie, Florida. ,

rL For terms and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN 39 I II I I

A. M. Hamilton & Co., ,I -SUCH AS-
i I have Inaugurated a
Titusville P.O., Brevard county, Fla. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, j I LETTERIIE.4.DS.XOTEIIE.DS, !
Wholesale Merchandise I
Dealers in
.di A. FROSCHER, Indian River I

1 Tltiisvffle, Florida, Oysters, BILL-HEADS CLEARANCESALE

Keeps fall supply of metallic and wooden FISH: STORE. STATEMENTS, I

Coffins,. Cases and Caskets. Green Turtle and Game.All CIRCITLiRS,

orders will receive prompt and careful at- FOLDERS,
attended if desired. All
Funerals orders tention, whether by telegraph ,
promptly executed, and at reasona- letter or person. 17
rates. Embalming done. I propose to keep INVITATIONS,
JL RAY & BRYAN, Syrup Barrels $2.25. A FirstClassGROCERIES Stock I
tttkI rtesian "VV"ellA.4D Gauged to order, ten cents extra. II I .

1 Wheelwrightlng and Repairing. -OFNOTIONS- DODGERS, WINTERDRESS


. Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers WEDDING CARDS,
Solicit Correspondence.TITUSVILLE I
dt from 82.00 up. GOODS
ads as; I Tank ]

and all kinds of COOPER WORK to order
-TO THEFLOEIDA- .Ai; 0 oS ;.

LaGrange. : : Florida DRY GOODS
Hardware and ,



1 General Produce Yacht Sail-makers .. I! SE3C: : > ES ,

84 & 85 South St., New York Meiis' Ladies' & Children9 I; Proclamation.WHEREAS .
AND 1 The Board of Aldermen of ,
I ,
ipt Melbourne. Florida FOOT OF 55TH ST., ATLANTIC I the Town of Titusville have passed a resolution -I
YACHT BASIN BROOKLYN.: that the proposition of the Titus- ,
A. L. Hatch & Son, I yille School Building Association, to be

DEALERS IN hereinafter set forth, and also a resolution -

Particular Boat Sails attention of all descriptions.given to Pleasure 50 I I authorizing the Town Council to negotiate I Make Reductions on Many

DRY GOODS NOTIONS a loan of ::-1,000, should be submitted -

]8A TS, I to the citizens of Titusville for Other Lines

EACOTT & CO. j ratification or rejection, this, therefore ,
Hardware Crocker Saddlery, I
sj is to notify all that an election
Stationery, Family Medi- TITUSYIIXE, FL.'., persons An know I can Save You Money on
will be held at the Court House in Titus
cines, Garden Set Js,
TIN&SHEET-IRONWORKERS. I yule on Tuesday, the 18th day of June, Purcha,e8.

CHOICE GROCERIES, A. D. 1889, between the legal hours for

Fertilizers. ] holding such elections, to determine
Hay, Corn, Mapes MY
whether the Town of Titusville shall buy STOCK OF
Gent's Furnishing Goods, lots 8 and 10 of block 9 of said Town of N"E"VV"
And Manufacturing of Tin Ware.
PRITCHARD President. Titusville and the school house and furniture -
GALVANIZED WORK, ALSOCROCKERY thereon, and the rents and profits
W. M. BROWN,Cashier.I
due the Titusville School Building Asso-
And Repairing: of all kinds ciation for the sum of $1,700, subject to

INDIAN RIYER BANK. GLASSWARE a mortgage of$800, drawing interest not

Location: MAIN ST., near rh-er. exceeding 12 per cent. per annum, the
52 Town of Titusville to secure said association -
Tltusvlllc, Florida.A by a mortgage upon the property

GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN FOR SALE HARDWAREAND purchased in the sum of $1,700 payable ,
in ten years: or sooner, at the option of
SACTED. said town; the said mortgage of $800 to LADIES' HATS
The Elegant be paid at the expiration of three years
anti sold. Special and
prompt attention bought given to collections. Loans RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF by the Town of Titusville; the intereston RIBBONS,
negotiated on first mortgage for Savings each of paid mortgages to be paid an-
Banks,Corporations and Individuals. Inter. Goods. nually by the Town of Titusville. FEATHERS,
est allowed on time deposits. Ship Chandlery
Alto, to authorize the town of Titus
Have Commenced to Arrive. These
Advances made upon available collateral. ROCK LEDGE, FLA., yule to execute its corporate note in the
Approved Draft on business all parts paper of Europe.discounted. sum of $1,000, payable two years after will be added to constantly. Alto,
easiness done at Jacksonville rates. Containing seven and one-third acres date, with interest not to exceed 12 per
Every favor,consistent with sound cent annum, and thereby pledging
Indian River. per
extended. of land fronting on
the faith and credit of said Town of Ti
Residence elegantlyfinished.
CORRESPONDENTS: Bank of Jacksonville, Large Roomy tusville in order to procure funds to payoff
Jacksonville, Fla.; The Seaboard National Alpo a Three-room COTTAGEand These will be the main features of my and discharge existing indebtednessand
Bank,New York.HAVING 23 business, but orders sent for -
me anything A Most Beautiful Line of all Em-
outbuildings. One of the most desirable to provide for contingent expenses. I
in store in Titus
kept any :
BOUGHT THE INDIAN places in Rock Ledge hammock.For ville will be promptly filled. The following persons are hereby appointed broidered
inspectors of said election :
RIVER BAKERYWe price, terms etc., apply to J. \V. Rogers, F. T. Budge, S. J. Norton LADIES' ROBES,
ALBERT A. TAYLOR, COCOA, FLA. with L. A. Brady clerk.
will Keep on Hand Every Day The style of the tickets used at such And all over

FRESH CAKES PIES Will buy Fruits, Eggs, Chickens, election shall be, "For Buying," ''Ag<1in8t '

BREAD, Q'ak' Lawa Bouse I Buying" and" "For Borrowing," "Against VALEXCIENESE LACES,

v ETC. ALSO Or any Country Produce my customers Borrowing. In White and Black.
or friends may bringto A majority of the registered voters residing -
market.I in the town and actually voting Ladies' Silk Mitts
Gloves Etc.
Bottlers of Sodawater, GingerAle Lake Worth, Dade County, Fla. will determine the result of the said elec

A large line of Corsets from 50 centsto
New House and Newly Furnished. tion.Given under hand this 15th day
and other Drinks. in Suites. my 5.00 each.Gentlemen's.
Rooms single or
ask for a share of the public patron of May, A. D. 1889.

INLET. age, and come as a supplicant, not a H. F. ATKINSON,
die tator asking for your favors.If Mayor. Laundried and Unlaun-
courteous treatment good
ATTENTION. NOTICE. dried Shirts.
Ocean goods and low figures is
S. A. BELCHER & COMPANY, Best View of Lake and the candidate for All parties concerned will take notice The most Varied Line of Gentlemen's
public favor, that on the 1st day of July, A. D. 1889
PROPRIETORS, And best Hunting and Fishing groundson then I'm I will apply to Honorable Minor S. Jones, Straw Hats, bought cheap and Marked

Lake 'V orth. elected.Agent County Judge of Brevard county, Fla., Low Down.STOCK.
TITUSVILLE FLA. I for leave to ell the undivided one-fifth
40 shaded monster Oaks of Texas Sheffield in
Fine Lawn by for Plow Co. interests a minor
and Tropical Growth, both Chattanooga and to the following lands in Brevard MyY
Wild and Cultivated.Try Chilled Plows and SugarCane county Fia, for the use and benefit of
PORTER & POTTER Mills. said minor,to-wit: S. E. \ of S. W. } and '

us once and you will come again. X. E. i of S. \\'. \ and X. W. \ of S. \V. OF GROCERIES

1, all of Sec. 12_ Tp., 21, S., Ranee 34 E,
ALLEN E. HEYSER, Proprietor.C. and S. \V. } of S. \\'. i, Sec. 32, Tp. 21 Was never more complete.I .
Real Estate Dealers S., Range 35 K., and S. E. \ 'of N. \V. \,
SCOTT Sec. 24, Tp, 21 rf_, Range 34 E., and N. $ I' pride myself on the Superior Butler,
II. ot N. E. 1 of Sec. 23, in Tp. 21 S., of CofFee, Teas, Crackers, Etc., I am en-

Lake Worth Dade Co. Fla. E..STERS.lIAIR.DRESSING. Range 34 E., and S. of S. E. \, Sec. 14, :abled to offer the trade.I .
SALOON. I in Tp. 21 S, Range 31 E., commencingat I
the S. E. corner of N. E. } of S. W. \ keep in Stock Plant's Flour-none

FOR SALE. clean and easy shave, of Sec. 29, township 21 S., of Range 35 better.
want a
If you thence with the variation of I
A tract of land Indian River in the clean as barber ever gave, ;
on the section line 20 chains; thence north i Grits and Meal arriving every week,
County of Brevard consisting of 88 Just call on me at my saloon, I
thence 31 25-100 chains it Fresh and
10 chains, east insuring weet.
acres; it being lot No.3, and south half At morning, eve, or afternoon. I
of thence south :?50. east 2 60100 chain;
the northeast quarter of sei ion 35, I'll cut and comb your hair with grace thence east; 37A, north 5 chains thence Large Stock of Hay and Grain at all
and lot Xo. 3 of face; ;
the your
being the southwestqt1ar- To suit
I t south 2.30. east 4 90-100 chains thence times.
&?both\ northwest quarter of section To you I'll give a good shampoo few., ..4l,1 IT & .. west 22, south 4 94-100 chains;; thence
!!? township 31 south, range 39 The art of which is known to west 25, south 3 21-100 chains; thence Most close living prices made on all
p81- This is a desirable piece of 8ci8.or's sharp,my razor's keen
llamm very My west 636-100 chains; thence south 2 goods in this
oekl soil of rich quality, suitable )Iy shop is a ways neat and clean.And .
fo 65-i chains, thence west 5 chains,
r the raising 11 find
of I'm sure von
al1 tropical fruits. Is everything
thence south the of
mind. to place beginning,
please the
5LUate(1t the Narrows near Enos post- To suit the taste and
the said lots containing 326 27-100 acres,
Jace. Will I sell cheap for cash. For And now to all who patronize intend, more or less. GEO. B. RUMP,
Particulars] address and friends
Just come along your This May 22, 1889.
E. M. LOW, And I assure you I will try TITUSVILLE FLA.ridgy .
Be p. 3, Brockton.Mass My very best to satisfy. ma,7 s. R..a,V. 5. W. S. BELL, Guardian. ,



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tad>d's s hew it sad respected( GI&
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Trlto.1 19 the lisle Gcfcbac cortage iz 1 tea&ed be taTrM pease. He bad tsib of tbs opsrstis profaoonss ::.">r.'l,> mom; sad M. Dick aot Orb threw acl1oe.-r.d tdot t rnJ.tW," i a yfst Ys a COIMnn. sir SDVa wish J e.k

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11 ever Ts rees, where the peiza L &s pen. toss: II+t tz s. n.J1 1ioLi ) ,

dac made her Inc; bat theyJ 1a.I = r' larsj causing, cad owi the'SXSS w.es ez TTi:* ff to nsr box but peed tbe bum of 1F.rx. x.t.ycslan.i. .
C 1" .
to paa the eye of Acz Eebesez before,. cocH be rery in re i25 if be ciwse.Itesed ber 2S a gzss cf han is to same people roses at ber corsage sad tbrrv tats $t : r.kw tat

tbt:1 cxd e J&. zd eT'C leC t Thz 9 to fcrs beet -wbea be 20d she 1md to fSxr. a. tit* czcsj tbe prina dJ:31n. V a5ewsier -

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r 2sd cisrrer Scf tHI be or cite had getaer, for dae gZTekin A new BeEr c -I. She oocli r.7.k* berself um ; cisaaood E Yar fnca her Lasr lT m. J. CHurr att cti 1

She d5d not aJw j take jsst i a the foe tb zsdif flHreirss Ezryliias is thi i:1 a car t.I ia & drsiriiig rooca -;-: it io a boaguet, tLrtrw it wiibt if tie hesx, r jruj-r vf F. J. C'Hdr tbt 1ae

I "1nx bst +rooli often tr.u.r vorl: tz Eadia boaesd r '. iiag : Her iriad "sras CQ the gzlbp tS tbe tisie, pW .=r L..3 1.1 the ,=. 5. ". but : fell Co.. doinr bu"i D e In u* CT of TvUi*

-it a French DOTe Ate i lITer 1If'Z.I a ie1I"Ee aa3 Zt CCCld: U UTJC 22 TTfiH IS one pl Ce 25ia .bo:t of it rsark, tad, stniiag tbe County u d Slile tf *rfca2> t !

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+ jcncsg jople tsli of tber fII"JL. Sore wita K* es Eajyhcc tad SDbe the y rcJT cf a tn ah-siraeIthaa be bead, hocnced into tbe ordhess Tbetwus&roar&d Hl 1JRElJ YLLf

It rggr Le confessed that the rsiber 1fU to a ceruia erJers. Hetbocgil Sen was : r.L y of :1oin with good n(urn isugnteris TtY can* <.f Cttiirri 4.t

overdid tb& ssrdisaship 22 tfrara; bst ifsy ; her cold, bss be alio tboogit br tberaost a but sbe bad O"I:1k tbe old zJter fefcling fc;*. bs&i toee t-cred bv .h *i+E (rf HAJFftAXK. .:. 'TAu.a De
; T ery tpfrr>ptfe friend cuggesifcd this iateres g penco be h? erer ms; ts T ..dci *>"*? the E j +..11 was acir cricked, (T1I. Jmy CHl3"E

sad the he liked to be coosidertd the .,.,.-. ." 1f,.. .. ... .. ..
the with _.
tare -wccM oj: *I
YtLo to2 nes acbzsce. If ayf. _wcrtsture fzTor&d Kstyr of the raaEtpopslsr priasadocaa t.hahnI bare dacte. Once ia a greet: and: hand>d i: to the -H-; pretax* tblGib ds.y (f u

aj Fib eai 1 foch sad such & ia the cocatry. It pleased jfr 'we she wocld rth.L but it was s m ere prima donns, whit the famihooied r t.ale A. L. a.

a tbfog occurred t Ricb a tie I ess nFl that the taea at the clili c&H&d birri a ia the Few p who i: ini tbe boxes .aTtd t.i : -- t AW.. G LES

r : 15y fiiead, you lie, for I was **hicty dos," and be esioyed beariag i: OQV Hcl 1:l c i--: hmdkercLiefs. The cabers were worn -. =FsL Yff-r J.. .

there** Acrl Efcbeocs u&ed tbcrp ki3 V'w ered, "Iazt is West p 'l v-i 5u i psrsan, as 3 there is no dr-b tz.t out C25-2. tribatEs" down tbe -- j

age si tirade; bst, 2* the tsii, "WL tit Mis: : :'." -I beBere HI zazrryfrL" -zs an err :o the .lo! aide; sod, sJto eiber. each s niiit had air Crfrr Cary tukez .;,;r.=sAr

the uie cf lrstrg arousd the busirxnigbt ,. t he would Boca .iras ssy to ,.:.- oi.J ner ren 1 wn. 23 &et ditr U'II .i ab:'..i tmnt i

Y i.tip :.f t eel eat the crriJ SA drink 1.; iI. nee: Tiato cocsaderstiai; ast &t the tine cf wiici I wnte, she Tbe most excited person in tbe bousesn u.
1 bw.h.- tbe fact t -* **tast giri" 212531 refuse IDi.irr wis zi>Drie2 ia the eraiy of ber HTT Bush B-ls.o:1 By & iucky t emonit F. J. rlD'LTo

!ever hating texnra zsytbingczxt it. -2.'t laea ae WDHJ: t...T.*!*.tr ou rrl S par d> the tones end or-c things chance hen s standing ia tbe wings in _, _. Try 0MLrLLsss.
l ..JQ .
Jltlea WLJ well tdirfifrd isith Lersuet's l=_ rb r Q! l.is !te- that !:r.:j to :d : to o= tbE'Te ill the d; .i:: of his Trojin snair when by Dp.- t :

and feet f reedcca frtxa iJ dccaesiic lits. 2 12 iJ nizbt vrLizh tie Helen ms.de cuiien
jruLrd nsbip, aerer ti*&i- ca sew oz2rato a fc.o -
Uxfcd it. fyxntflint try be TToold eaat3-d c to Tirzdt siariiUe locrerer te i *; ;.. F Jaar. .
svrr' y tolitr ._.J proia.3=? Every onr ia e"rTori from tbe brdiirtiy lighted t .0 L& -'u : f.S's

jauu; frkods. :i they tinned out n-D._w'I"" } .J.,6, of zuzms 0.li s. : who bid a pi rure or a bock relit- the dirk beiiai the VJto U:t LiJPaI.La. Ifa* ;:. f

far a wili ia fifth areaue. "1 esrr yea rag *.\.0(*. be 07'.Hr'' the 5 Bu iag ia LnT wiy to Hfclea cf Troy t,?:t i: !(J i"'s a tz .T l.ij i; Pie jEw.. P. P. P.:

1\ jeer IrtedTia tv Mme tnd go u yva loiag ts he csrei to. :o beep sad r-1 took z. persoasJ iatersta end c pitched into bis ::... He F or a kor time J Rlikrtd -r.utor ':
a j.Use. but I BUpjowf while 1 aia & jobs > Ecl n JR r oa lli : "WestHe : b? preseatctioa cf the op z. The ;:: 0 S L.Jj :j 'Z.u-l.: hvj1 of raid clew-a.i+d threat J .k =. ._ 'litdt.:5Ted
1: linger J zsusi accept th* stUa iiz:1 very .= c; was Literr :h i :;.: -.s dn.wirg neir. The Saturday .;. r.l'P- ., Lfi.:ng cj.f not: -....i.L-e ..:..". xxJ.-twfit Irr.s it. It. 174Lirj 7'no. wile
_* jjud he d5CJ3l -
2 .s ;, ci h s' :: tT .
r. give a. the .U1 J amusy.aa'i, : ,l"! ... T ...<. .. >.. .|-f .i** .._ y p .-"Zo v-.s p .J j : ? l i.'G1".zY. -csi Lhe, iigLtJv, .-es..1d that iI P.cntl P. 1v_ Ttt. .!_ r; _
: 'oca;; st ozai3 c; IST ;? to ti*f '- .4 k get more rest aad El a-:. s ii thereto z..s tbinizmz cf oc/urwr that ie was one <.f the dt.w :. .v I

;' i vtel1.v iccJ to Ler ro a tad j:tea.- G 1yS'JtarpJuay eae. wocad a zt be s full dress riaenrsi] ont S-j isy.e : I &jT J s.5 j hen. ttkitcr it. I I zst ubs P
\ i !:d : : .1:"= = C' _t J "J-tJ., :!
1 1t-:1d he L:al b. cf & Ct ,K ne with b', : J.1= .s :. .b :: : 14 :1:11:1 criaca cf u.e press &jid & un 1.:1 lJ.1"V.F. !V.i'' J J b ii to a new ssun cruet air ?. I' p.Purx .
fasoed few were to bz i:i"!. YOl6y r-j ba- h t-.i ani $ 1wudera
lrJoch ater**": th01*_ ''rid f'.ar?;Ir. sicf alas-I h"_T sieil She 1;."-.1&o.'t... ___ ; : ser :.n: a iaies
.z'- :.: U ; : =;': j :oa :: .bo j l : : : :=' L-=
aJ.--.r.Jt t Q i7 Ilea, re b Ltbr zam df lie Bute tLe sc.w of tLeatis y:, u ; : ;. r rh MAXJCIV..
i : C?: IJ: l = 'julJers. Ru-h bSu beJ :ie: unders
V W"u. \rnY" up -
of her ous ia muzipatiaa. Cacie Lirhtfc*J: warrior s b..::L He wi afraid the -- --
Iffti1( : She stusic-i Lsrdand ed her locziig& p to '5 li:1 The Brs. .
r. Myer b-: tier a &et cf roii b.nis f;.raer ern t.nano atr'.n.l tcr.1i 1 tbesna $ ft e-. Q"L :.t seer
every dar or I rrh. j il* 2ib 01 .A=: j :: : IT.I -$. at-Jf.-o uwe..P L-.* a. Msd4-,
c.PfalJT.. is aa ccrEiatia ia irtjair.: fornever .;91- : i ...' = veo.dl5i':1 f'': wuh Lls Uj=t wishes for hrFUDC5555. t=piw_,'f h'.ter.._. ._-"' ; 'in \;: ...;C Ctt ,K c1o Lir2r 1 [ ;-.. :;

I 2jsi "VT st Hasiags tent hr at .r. .. Le.J no onenisri -: ra-J lan be u. ra.A
r PlV'I'Tly : tale h4 tad tiit ;
fr ra ; a s are; i*; an wss tad y
>?c.titifuly wruazht gciieu jrirdie vrnij ibe tick Lad arty d ii/dhvrj. the had thn cf tb? binj the had Trr 11 dii '+'" : : ;
as ; cpoa v.iur.ti *- cx 2 raiy .--(, I tf .
the iasrripuoa, "Aai, like j otLerr&i t\r.1eel to Li and tii&eJ and Af9r 3t t T.t.a'
btT studies, c ." ..
W--:1 wbea andiazia T&ja-T
The L
rerr roua; tayre you Co for raea. the tDY : ; a ) :". t.. O.. i.-Id.
hz.1 tft71 ; oaf-*- tL1'**& ia L'rSae J"J atiy <2c.* Biii thsi r.c.r '-I; cle : obe: iJT.el.:71. ;ejl. caI then be trondrTc bow be oxJ ate M.1: t tsrv'. TZs'r: r. na.Vi.

littad the life of i e. been -cl1 a fvol. Ti'1 t Be .. .
a einjrvr ssdlite but tbe store yva do fcr arr. the ;:zw*: titan' f t : r-t
: *r-ei a= sough every one ia I;r L etL 'a't asc+cr.flsthT :mbar resat? JI-io 1 .
--'Ot -i: d
1 i+t.J't i:. Toe act cf tia;ir.itwrif .; in wjj c> f cr VIXJL Dcc't tea Cie! 1biver't La cr ;it. Seo.t
s Tcrkrsated to hsv-r sorse ia tLprtxanoa is than 1'1 tam ":". 2rt>orri c na.rct.
cif ,ie'a ad pin no IO:a i.: :a Li-i t-j cr .x
\TU a there
; :1.'e. s wag 1T111 these
a ?
years : J
200,5 cf the oj era b yoii the rs&rg = pan.. !.ne. Celin and her j.u j Ler hone t l -Xa h_ }
mit:42i:g ia the world vj ezcitza.g t o tier 'or r.olhia; TL&y coa": take rae ia, a iitver ; LI .,d. .. .
: i
: c > aa. b ti-ii.. but :
at a iars* ai#J early sastic auditace.11 ,_.v..T__ .- .J !d." I doa't tKr ;>_.a.to .. irumew : they Wcje ;'!- when Le went to kok f -r tj>fi3 be '1. J'.
E-: ,;h. for e.-erythin ia the found i had
aa &u4fe >orQJT taew- tJfJU" tautabetter w .a: they core zs s,*o as- the .faPht,. .1"' '
,, zsuai? it ;"5 f rwia aa artiia u'Leaia tj eTtr li.-t niJ c7i bar( sin tthive3 :.- rr.rsp.3 bought up the day tat ics 6.:1'r .i l. H= uu -s..1. = rp -2 :- ''._,

f i TI btt iiruk#}; n"wn.*" the tike Miss Brbeccs rJ'ord i::, ofice cprnei Morisy cuae. Tber-- for now he oceiJ linger z.cscaJ ih?piuce y.i"ai ...- Iii -

tlf11 to acs. 'I thin it 1'v.HTa -& for he would have l known thit if tie d.so ;: was a furry cf spring s ow la ite Eivrziag ,- and priE.*>- see IlcrJ 2 auras A* betoriurn 's c.Y Ii ur.-.c .-,. ,.
W7: a wj Le k sale i:.*' Sbe had lit he vrould have u> ;rive the reins 1:1to but by afierr.oo3 it was i-ri.i.t aad !u:d-its thi bur: Ie..dd.n; iLw tMe ,:- 4t'tr:3a. : tttst it rFtL 1.tCIcl. S. ; 1: i.tt-ll1t

tleiie tf uf.JjJh of on tlte.bcore cf coldla her lc sd, sad rte; the drirer's f*IXt'.nTf clear. Hel&a oi oot e-: cp uatil 12 he saw bilf the w-i..i-i and fr.--' .
!. ociccl;. She ae the lighles: s:r cf ion of the tbrc F.' !' :+t7Kls Y7.C 11r'"f r.t1lr::.-lt .
** b 1er zt iYa* !,c sue Yort the caty lass :; t/a its tray -a6- '-r + 1Tj..
4 Auu flfcb breakfast: d- faiJ hesnier .. ;,-z. :;.- ; .
didc't s the
s'1' clW2'yti L so.kd though the trr retbe -ctxi intend that btreyfr last- to prims donna's dres 2z room :o : ._ r-t : : t', L. 3 i iI [
i jcrticulsr favorite cf ererr auditor.a LA thread : y. at lea : for many a Ail day lr; tiie wa*. tip :tto congranlit LE-: up-,a her grt-at siopess, : : .1.- f .io

.' d the spjAauv. whpa the tithe aio LQg day. sad her iaSueace wa very Epesi whach was ao d-pri vsiin.. as she He O:LU J citc.'i. aa oc i=. ,/:.J z:.ripe offcer. --. ::' :-! ..-., ...- .-. ., 0"t". ,
the KtaqeoaJr o-jgtd Uist they mi h: twou..MD.t say: "YQ 1 mu'n't did act fa-ri' ike: 11, tr-.i; tan jc*< tz- EHiiiirg there in b.-r cii. iic robe -' :- J i uca

hear her waIt : &L'JT.-5y> aac Sc/i *" cr try z ny* f the eLI cited for worda. A: T o'cioc the cr- s veniiiA/'e; i cieli. givin; .-r c -auixfhand

iraa-ofiseIi a id f f llir.z in riage was a: the der:. ant fchf R I'j ibis
ij n"t .'jr-r: rj; :!-z: a \-1 J ,1tili ;; roia i* one an j a d-j..* ? word i j

't wn tJtfld t:2 Ti hd WZ .dmi."t'( w hire. tut she WOTUJ with btrr witty drivta t-o the Acc/desiy \;:.- A::: L- the other_ Kasb fet lii t- .. 1.i.. HIRES

Jtas ,mid ia Kxri
t: coaid thick : liimaain ererylaa; was coo: m :h. 6 b
marry any rsaa tJie w2avJ-that they ntver 6 ; er c.fl ia his wit I h' a'ht-d

aU ,:woulJ ouJy \** t x* hij+jy to bestow wit t t h.uhi- :; .uI.t P.k' r'S7C'a' iag: room at the foe of the liuitri ,t :r- rfie oea i t-ey tilted anu 1..t hN win .Lj'C( HIRES" IMPROVED e

d their hactlf aad fortua* ui Q.l her. frora :3"I.'rt". cle*er ia her war- ZLJ sf iefTlO U.:5 w2.. 5 tit che. ttatj d. Ii:,: her, nniii ie 'rats ice hole hun>aif withiesJojsy / ;

Uncle U;Ltfoyt 3jytr to that ajcchyouc :e ?- *-T.?l a E-Tlil ', !f- t V_-" L. !! .*"" :u u C; up. a uuht tirfie Md U : Htrecorrizfi \V+sr nj. t-r::: r {: ROOT BEER]!

_cq.lrJ.'d ;; man. Mr V."c*.113y.1a-s. had once jrivea Helen a chsujce to fail t let ost. aad all the thu sand and ii once hating, ea hi::? s.: i....' ?iareo.or ;
,' Mrriotivly ia love tht jrirl's attachraerjtwosld Use week kk s 1N:3 E.tSU'tI..L
l AWJtP .xa f iuW at tie attentions i1ne djuJithat crowd into the last cmeLL before and fe. oertiia r
base be>si t:) to Ui t taw liie :; L; ; ;\! :
of Cncle 1..iJt!(ht. i.t.t the was tatrebev strosg area of a great oxxi>ion had to be a:- con hence of Iii3 r ni:,*.-: ia usurijj i ,
-re upva West Ila-stin. Jxpub the by her *haf:5 cf ridicsle. But the did tel t"IJ to C J' ti.o1 Pala: donna k- tie I!j1+ r..cf F. swat uu.. :
latter was of a M11t3ppar e, had aa ia- .v." Wh*_a the thcrj' t Weii Hastin".rs Athe pima donna snxxJ ia front of '.- cf j rr.prifrior1? !*' I z.- jr L rbfc :- f .aZ.zr

.i ': cotoe of eighty tium-aadi dUaro a year. was ts- .hi; a little too attentive she the long tairror, r:: J and cosrtimer bu.si -.t 2Iy T3 (s:Ill Z'2. in. his py
and considered a*ked 1 Helen! if she had noticed how h* t.air ::. i L1i _
} wa a wxt desirable ijy at wuii: UjlO her slrins. she wouldopea .a t.;'r a-.l tlttt:-

.{ +'. parts ait/j.rth-r. He wa looked UJXJDas picked all the truflle.out cf the pate sad ht?r Miouiij and run a scak :.0 free ifL -' tot iJ.ta rusaiar Owl 1J:.;'Irid'hfo 1 100'1EBEER

a confirmed t jachek>r until he mtt put them on his own pkte sad selected :r voice wu5 ia coaditicn. whil the "1 dr-s rr\e a Li.my i fur w

Ueiea f ultci2. to whora lee be aa the ielicz.te bits cf the celery for hirafreJf. narrow wail irerabltu wjib her wsnzWi r.C" .*. '.u l -ni Li- ie t.x.dinrt1 -

f', pay tag devoted :attentions rest early} ia Helen had not noticed tlii-. bat sx.e&upp .ea the wnihi:;touches had ta put 'Two .z vf ;;lvt'eart inc

s their acquaintance. llaixr ', &a s a ; >>ed that if her aunt :sid &r it must to htr toilet the raaaarfcr carne ia to see ule-l, rs a.ia: ".. J 4&; Tcie

u._ loan of the orld. a cietal-r cf hlf.l be true.Aunt. o.J j'.:ie :.itur Ik-.H"
she t
---.- Jc te-i "t-uiifuL iav child: ; 13taiirrr '- =crt vr__? G ate' .3GaVY.
r :t dozea clubs, art!l lived more like a ieicca was aiway- ready with Moa Dicul how exquisite: :upertAnd i- ri1 Pr\\-ud &SCB D:3Xa: sTt .

1: European thin do inot American:*, fie aa anecdote a ainsa Hastia??. which tnetold he kisoe-1 both of Err hands enthusiaicaJiy Yojr rewsrl 1in ::.. c. :. 1 '_":1_' .
lead with a hear natured Laugh that ,01 L' ., p? rgtK or Grocer ii.
ialieriU'd his money. and 'lid neverdone entirely : and reiired. Then cause the lea.- r1'!" 4 I h : _

a days work ia ilLs life, whicb was diverted tu-picioa. No one knew :r of the orchestra with a feiaaiiar ecstasy the singer. jrayly riving him her band C. E HIRES PHILADELPHIA

1 to much the wonw for him; bat he was why the was */> oppot e'J to Helen'smarryic of admiration and the announcement which Le kissed 1 with old fashioned gal

'd not BO good-'or-notliin? as are of ?. except that the wanted her to lantryAh !
may that it was time for him to l lgia.. W CjeJ
his make ev-n more of a career and add still
countrymen similarly gifted by for that the balltt had eaten danced and the Uncle Ligbtfoot,* sail ilrs
f tuneIt was baid that he more to her hank account And '.hereally % P5K f\
mronized, the! Dick "
men were tuning for the eraTas Griswuli ? -
up oj you are too fhi PIS
young a g
; ballet in the of it did not die that a woman was i
pen-on a premieres; happier she ready? "Ye5; begin at once. 1 am man to i>e claiming an old mans 9 Kb
bate however this mayfJ".J could any bin; rr..amer1. '*31srria but '"
nervous as a witch. :nothing is gained privileges.
never find a woman ia society whovroulJ :e is a lottery, where all the tickets
I by delay.? "Non ar-el "*
anr1.nse said
FCr 7
beliete m.. for ther.t".ts would say: and she got ,' ?
nothing The house was packed; there was not Lizbtfo-,t. straicbtenin; his necktie and 1 ldu.tl ..fsAtorpidiir'ertcrams .
in bb her niece to be much of her
4'V manner to betoken that he very opinion.In .
was the a &rjuare inch of ttandirg room in the k' iln; a* pitzir 'd as Punch. "19m oldEJouh t ticis4aics:}
not a man of the case of V.'e t 11astL-i A Rebecca's heave
mint exquisite refinement : cn: *" aunl ;MherP3
place by half past E. Even the boxes to be lle1t : s fate

or Charlie If it Vernoa.had been or Livingston; Dash the idea plan tiist wa he w to a'.a impress sehlih old Helen bachelor with were filled the usually tardy occupants He was really ol!J enough to be hergrandfather. tom J :.n'1'; 01"cr'-i.or1 C"- _
of kilt
any one a being as anxious the but i would J
as :
family circle to have been .
dozen other well known (he was only 30.<, and little a f .
club every thin ta .
who fiJ.t-
men. ; welcome the prima donna when she cruel person who could te:1 him I l osLtrE nS .:
F lisd btn t t:7: accrued, the accusationini he did that might U? regarded she b-lfbh so.
e came upon the stage in her new role. Men and women came ".aii3m. Sao\y!! C'
ia S".li1n
4.a .r "iit have been believed.When maj' iifle And they did welcome ber. and out of tLe prima donna's
there is They gave room, but Th( is
t Archie Tilt last tod Ills no about that. Most D4 better remedy f'ort e e
in IiA cois"tf wealthy bachelors her three cheers and would have added Rush noticed that West Hastings stood -"nUnfn diceh. than TuttX Liter
=ie Archer that he had are. They have had Pills
West ,
been a
a "tiger" if had his and A trial urn .
few any one suggested it. ground s-howed no signs of pre. Price. "
or of the
Hastings with none experiences that go-
: coupe, the blinds are
up, But where flush ing. and be Sold
was Hurlitone this also noticed that be Everywhere.r"I .
driving away from the .+,run door oft supposed to sweeten a man's diEV ition. stooped
tune! He
far down and
was not now then and
away. iMng whimpered
Niblo'b Garden durin the of "The Hastings had everything ia the world some
; run unable to buy a seat- had been words in the "Irl PlT' SAMPLES F'REE
*" they sold singers ear which U
Block Croo! that he wanted and he seemedto .
of she left the room ia indig was never crossed 4"1. _-t1r.tAt
t ,';f nation and would hardly gpeak to him in any cf Li-s pleasures. It piqued him before he came' to New Ycrk. and give her a good deal of pleasure, for ) oS. "Grr ..I' c.aDEAENrs

i fx the rest of the evening though he little that Helen Knowlton did not teem the 5pectilator prices were beyond his the would raise her eyes to his with a CUREDttrrd N.n.WLllt
was inear- ,-he acted upon the iugge her escort to the Charity ball'h to be more impressed by his attentions for.
Jl it his friend of the billet and He diln't know then ta & .i s1trea. -
that a.
+ became generally Lnoivn tint! but he never for a moment dreamed that accepted a w man, S-.taI tars .t
1 Haiticgswas saas.auat
t fr21 he would be manager's offer to dn a Grecian particularly a prima donna look _rr ..&la t.
marked un ucceshful
paying a :eltion.t to Helen > ia a serious may _
Knowlton the women sail tilt she suit of that young.I l. dress and go on the stage as a Trojan everything and mean nothing. Finally
: "::ior. You would have supposed that there was a lull in the .. PARKER'S
At the and
would doell to time Rush Hurhtose gay chatter
accept b iJ. thct saw him x
be was going to sing the leading the manager entered the HAIR C' ALSAM
Miss tenor room followed .
marriage with !iia escorting Knowlton
v.uuiJ her
l. a brajmtclote to car role he Is-. ca:;es had b r.:i the h:.
; % so exceedingly nervous on by i somewhat s<-e for a brilliant career; but of the at the stage door cf tbe looking young
borne .
the men who! knew hiai best thouk! their Academy of Movie: more than one- this (). But i it was not the thou;l;$ man with keen bright eyes and a well 3_ Her-r Hzr is F_its s Yaa26fi U R .a Cn?

::91 hculi and said half of soriey of facing an audience that unstrung his shape head. He whispered '. Pre crstrirr3a Cokr
that, while "Z cat fla tings thought that he was something rt1 sirrt.-.
rasa "gu)'l (fellow he was hardly engaged to b3 married to her, though nerves: he knew well enough that he in Italian to ilisa Knowlton. An exprfscion -

t t calculated neither of th would not be seen, cr. if seen,recognized; of annoyance passed .
to make a good husband: that ? persons most interested over her HINDERCORNS.
he had heard the it was the fact that he would be taking a face but she was The M'y qtr f'far Parrs.
would tired exceedingly ,
f?:t of the best woman ia rumor. Aunt Rebecca polite onto4.effcq 8.Qs:1 ;*
tbe world if he was married to her and took a wipe cours3 in the Hastings Pano matter how small, in the same when the manager introduced 3Ir. Gra- 1c. ,,-btt&YOTT H.I% T_

3 $ they wanted to sea Helen Knowlton affair. From the day Helen first met performance with Helen Knowlton, and dy. <*f The Dawn who begged that he RsY', CONSUMPTIVE

44 married to a man who woul make her him at Bessie Archer "coming out" that he would be within touching distance nii;lit awe her a few questions.To PAR.,t'Oq tR'S e t:CU..CER.ruar.oJtl' >rsnsi : al r. .
of her b..t
happy to the end of her days. ball the showed a greater liking for him garments perhaps a dozenlimes k CfJ1 till'M.J.C wo ddi t cats t.e a had.b t"l $ mroJ..Y'IIC'aU iUsw user;
in the I Iake m z.b.arc tl u
# That Hastings was interested ia 3iss than for any man she had met before, _

Knowlton is not surprising. She was and the astute Miss Sandford said to her It was a great occasion, and the new tr.yirt:0 ti' 'z-1 a.-tk".e- houl-J 1i DHr' 1I'
tho self "To break this opera was a complete success. Helen .tU) bn.id.i t.t icy t'
most feted woman in New York and Pmust be diplo -UJ.r :,rLiaL'. IU }
she was tho one woman whose head matic. It never does to oppose never sang more beautifully. In the war ] j / "tTIGmm
r was young \
treat aria just before her Lrapuv7 tfr..ra Sciatic
,. not turned by his atten He I lud people openly in matters of this so. Paris she flight with .ften-Baiter r M K1a'itw eet Ion"b
brought the house UP-IAoo.k-u :
Let him to its feet lrr.l16r
been come to
used to a different sort of see her. I will Ar''yr4'1dra
woman stop and
by her dramatic ; nuiF, EiJzur ar.d ttertta
on the : Here him from going too far if I singing and acting ItenmUc
and Sciatl
was'a prima donna can, if Ican't Uncle A )17tHw_ P.i+ .hatp IDd 1Gaktie t .
who wa as much of I shall accept the situation Lightfoot Myers leaned out of his : t"ill: r in one minute b. the CUrt icon AD- _,
a lady and as'Iper e grace box ewifaTt e 2 ........ Fluter. The
at an that S".t and
angle L .,
he has imperiled his .r1 G'or.Co'J p' anI intsnuneottt ;
fully ( life \ ir..Eilling
a his eighty thousand UIIIiKk.iti
woman rtrro
sister. dollars
own He t.
began a and traced ul It f Ni t. for bf'Dic R 'to r S ftDb:6' _
and consider bisopera hat shoutmgBravar m (*...iAnd ".II.rr.f, ..' JUoQ At dratrisL'f
Tear) f. .
by pouring the ordinary compliments of myself_shelved for ** "':'. h "wttirtIL C'H1:1iIl".U"to. rOTTEa Dira
until he was hoarse. West UK- 1t3.t'CJ-o&f"f'-. 1ll'l'1, bLu Eaton. .
!t'.. ,; t 'r 1 by C lCt'JlAU'ti brad. eta]pe I and cD diD cured ..




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9 s F. T. BUDGE.QIIvEiR .

"What Something bare you In In your the eye Eye.?" I m IP1P1P.I : B1.7DGE

k7 Bald Tom "I haTe */ LXrDealers ,
i In IJ11 ere.ADd -
ii.. ". J'yo a girl I,"" laid L (Prickly Ash, Poke Boot and Potassium.) in

In my eps-
Then wben yean had hastened by. CURES

How I wish (excuse this sigh)

TUt In Tom his ere bad, the girl not i. SYPHILIS GEORGIA PINE LUMBER

ADd in place I had the sty Primary,Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis,STPh. .
In my eye. illtic Eruptions Scrofula and Scrofulous

-Yankee Blade. tions.all diseases of the blood all!I those that have and SHINGLES AND LATHS.

1'sahlnrton's Namesakes resisted other treatment yield steadily and surely
to the wonderful power of p. p. p. the
Bown to the latest syllable of recorded Blood Purifier. great

time"exclaimed the orator at the centen- GrE ER..AL :B.A.R..D-VV AR..E

DIal celebration, waxing fervent, "the peo- SCROFULAIs ,
pie of America will honor his memory Whoknot

Washington proud and to grateful bear the to name the parents of George that Swelling an impurity causing in the Running blood, Sores producing on the Lumps Arms or, Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery."Refrigerators

conferred it upon him 1 I wonder," he continued Legs or Feet for the cure of which use P. P. P., .
around him with flashing the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these
looking diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P.,
eves, 'how many of George Washington'snamesakes giving new life and new strength. p A.J( TS A. D
there are in this vast assembly. OILSs; ,

Will those whose privilege it is to bear that BLOOD POISON

honored name please rise to their feet?" Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers

Sixty- ven men and boys rose up. Cured in Its worst form ; sometimes in cases with ,
"Will those of you who cannot tell a lie," Erysipelas where the patient vas in Eternal Pain

said the editor of the village paper, notebook and Scrofulous given up ulcers by the broke physicians.out till the In party tome was cases a Screen Wire, Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.

in band, "please remain standing while I mass of corruption; a bottle of P. P. P. was ,
count?" procured and the disease yielded quickly.

And sixty-seven men and boys at once sat POWDER
down.-Chicago Tribun*. RHEUMATISMAnd AT NEW YORK PRICES.

A Lack of Faith. In all Affections of the Blood.P.P.P.stands TITTJSVILLE FLORIDA.
alone and unrivaled, and some of its cures are
"Doctor, if there is no such thing as hydro- really wonderful.

phobia bow does it happen so many persons If you suffer from anything like Syphilis,cero
rabid die fula, Blood Poison, Ulcer, Old Sores, Rheuma N'' t:4:;Snlld Cold Vttth.yr aster's Sale. I
been by dogs after- I {
who have tism, or any disease of the blood, bo sure and + Sld h rjtt.uutil Ute!. I Xolice.
ward in convulsions?" give P. P. P. a trial. jt J" lent ; a MaeD lu sue world

"They die of fright, sir. They are scared to P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potas J 1'et'e $ Itaekeeprr.. Heavy war.uuted. Julid .o'd I Under and by virtue of a final decree of All concerned will take notice that six
The imagination sometimes exerts sium)is no secret patent medicine like the many y' Hunting Ca,es. totb lid.tV foreclosure, issuing out of the Circuit court
months after
death. a date I will
the market. I F, and present final
Its formula Is on every bottle, )5 gents'lizes.wxh rts of the Seventh Judicial circuit of Florida my
power sufficient to kill""Then thus giving a guarantee of its purity and whole k. and canes of equal l value. account to Honorable Minor Jones,County -
can't who thinks someness that no other blood does r '' One Person in each lo. in and for Urevard county, in a certaincam.e
why a patient he purifier give. ,, be cured in t I twih with our lance and val- depending wherein Lucinda
has hydrophobia same way Lippman Bros. Wholesale Druggists:, pole manu uioie line of HoiiacholtlN pray for an order dismissing me from the
by making him imagine he is going to getwelll" facturers and proprietors Lippman block, l&va1J- These samples, a I Tuttle (a widow), i is complainant and Val. execution of the last will and testament of
nab >L well as the watch tend : entine Gailor and Carrie Gailor
we and Char-
... .. Phineas I). Wesson late of said
Free and after you have kept county,
"Because we can't inspire him with any- them in v...- -.rue for /S months and shown them to thaw lie Gailor, heirs of Albertina Gailor, : deceased.

er-faith in our medicines."Chicago Trib- tfl who Mho mar write harp*t -tiled once ran,they be bcccrae sure of our receiving own property.the Watch Those I'' deceased, and George F. Ensey, as administrator AGNES M. WESSON
aid Snrnp'<". 1e ray all eipre ., frrlrhtetc. Address of said Albertina Gailor, and ,
une. Stinson.tc Co., JJox 81-j.Portlasid.Alaine. 50-Gmo. Administratrix.
Seward F. Gray as guardian ad litem of said

The Old Story. i, 'i Carrie Gailor and Charlie Gailor, infants,

There once was a brave of the Sioux --: t93 "I, are defendants, I will. as Special Master in Notice to Creditors, .Legatee and

Who into a gun muzzle blioux, ; To Tvinpr.&iaehlneTl'nTlTl at once p"abahb Nil I? i, Chancery, sell at public outcry to the high- Distributees.
To see if'twas loaded- ,,, ti trade in a'l pans by p f| p p : and best
est bidder for
The rifle exploded, pia fCour tiachiaes I'M' cash, on Monday, All persons having claims and demands
As he ought to have known it would dioux. and them we will the tend people Free ran to one see I the third day of June, A. D. 18S9, the I against the estate of Robert Walker as creditors -

-Boston Courier. person in each 10<"&1I'1.lbe very same being the first Monday in the month, legatees or distributees take
best I notice -
tewing-machine made in 'I
Oa.'S )'Oa the worldwith all the attachments between the legal hours of sale, in front o- that their claims must be presented to
ni Attention Had Been Called. We will also send free I the
FEVER, --- a complete Court House door in ihe town of Ti
line of our cortly and valuable art me within two years from the date hereofor
llr. Spouter (wearily to newsdealer)-Give AGUE, P ,, jsamples. In return we ask that youihovr I tusville, IJrevard county, Florida, the following the same will be barred and indebted
II -
s I what we send to those who persons
me a Morning Spreadeaglo. I'vo run all ,,,,,, may cal fit your bemeand alter 2 described real estate, to wit : That to said estate will make to
over this town trying to find one. (Retiresto propenr.months all This shall rrand become machine Your own certain lot of land situate in the town 01 me. R GALE payment
a secluded spot and eagerly turns to local after lamade Titus\ille of IJrevard ,
the Singer patents county and State o Administrator of Robert Walker late of
page to see what kind of a report has been ... .-.'-._.., which i run out have it sold run out roSUJ.ith: before patents theIr I Florida, and being in lot one of section three Dade county deceased. ,

taken of his speech at the banquet the night L a tachments. and now tells for ((3)township twenty-two ((22),south of ,
S."iD.Best strongest,most n e- range April 1, 1SS9. 51-Sw.
before.) r R'l'E FRE E ful machine in the world. All i. thirty-five ((35); ) east, known and describedas
Note from Mr. Spouter to editor of Morn- ree. :No capital required. Plain,
( ltl oru i IC.f11ctionl'I'n.. 1 hose who write to us at once can seecvre follows: Beginning at a point on the
ing Spreadeagle-Dear Sir: My attention has fll""IIrWNk.r tree the bet.of hi-'h llewin prt'wrnhown-machiae in tO the p h""world rin America.and the east side of Washington avenue, twenty- NOTICE.

been called to an error in your published report PYRAFUGE '1'.:1 k CO.. Box 74O, .A.usuatu, Maine live feet south of the intersection of said

of my remarks last evening, etc.-Chi- I east line of said avenue with the south line All persons conceineilill now take

cago Tribune. IS CALLED TUB of the station grounds of the Jacksonville I notice that. six mouth after date, I will
A Speedy Animal. Wonderful Chill! and Fever Expeller! Tampa and Key West Railway Company, Judge present of to Brevuid Hon. Minor S. Jones Florida, County

"See here, Paulson, when I bought this It cures the chills and fever, tones nn th,. system, rom said point of beginning run east one { heal vouchers administrator county, with the my
and health to the uindred feet thence
gives an appetite, bringing strength PIANOS ; south thirty feet
horse from said it could ; will
you" you trot in offerer. _hence west one hundred feet to the east ,' annexed or Thomas New, hue of
three minutes. said Brevard county, deceased! ana that
ine of
ippman Brothers Wholesale Druggists Washington avenue thence
"So it can." ; run i' af the time Ivill
same apply for letters
"The deuce it cant! I took it to a mile track sole manufacturers and proprietors,'Lippmarn north along the east line Washington dismissory from administration.
block Savannah Ga. wad tab MINA iJ'NN"p9hq IFrM to the I
ry. avenue
al starting point
together with
i ;
the other day and it couldn't go around in This March 15, 1889
all and
five minutes. For Sale at Dr. Screven's Drug Store. t singular the tenements, heredita W3I. MCCIUCKLN,

"I'm not surprised. I didn't how far z ments and appurtenances thereunto be- 48-Gmo.
saw qiMt3f** > ZaE*: ww.Jtd. Administiator, etc.
It could trot in three minutes, you remem- longing.

ber."-Nebraska State Journal. Dated this 2'>th day of April, A. D. 1SS9.
Notice of In orpo.'a1Ion.'file
<: .

Wanted the Neighbors to See. I Master in Chancery, following Corporation has this

Mrs. Smart-How much did you say this w C+ Robbins & Graham Solicitors for com- day been foimed by the undersigned i
Ii ; 4 Grp i Incorporators to wit St. John and Indian
carpet was a yard 1 I plainant. 2-5t. :

Clerk-one dollar a yard, ma'am. r,| River Canal awl Stfumboat Co.

Mrs. Smart Well, I'll take thirty yards i I Capital Stuck 8100.000 dollars, in
Clerk-Yes iI IVollcc of Incorporation. shales of $100 dollars) each.
ma'am. Will that be all I :
Mrs Smart-No; be sure you don't send I To dig, excavate:Ul'] build a canal l connecting -
1. The of I
the carpet after dark, and you needn't be particular OF PURE COD LIVER OIL he "The Indian name River this Land corporation and Improvement shall IIlJdim theater of the St. John's and
about wrapping it Yankee liver, by a suitable and sufficient
up. I AND HYPOPHOSPHITES _- Company," and its principal place of : .
Blade. I (canal to carry transpoit and (.UIIpel"sons \''')
-- business shall be IIar ec'illc., Indian Hiver., !. and propeity thi'icon. in the

Good Advice. Almost as Palatable as ftlilk. Florida. Comities VIII ;ia. Ill evaul alai Orange

If you Ye going to Oklahoma So disguised that it can be taken 2. The general nature of the business of and all uecessaiy canals connecting said

Be sure to take your gun. digested, and assimilated by the most L said corporation shall be town improvements I priucip-il; ca Hal. To navigate: ami rim

And when the other fellow shoots sensitive stomach, when the plain oil at Ilardecvillc and vicinity-thebuilding Steamboats upon said (' lI1a I. St. Johns
K u N. cannot be tolerated; and by the combination of hotel &c. :
a and Indian lin'l"i The office
of the oil with the hypophos principal -
Pittsburg Dispatch.Not phite is much more efficacious. 3. The capital stock of the corporation of said; Corporation hall be at

a Bowing Acquaintance. Remarkable as a flesh producer. YOUR HOME I s'mll consist of 1,000 shares of $lOU each, Osteen. Yolusia; county Stat of Florida,

Branson SoO,000; of said stock to be paid in and the OaTbEX. Fla., :March 15. 1889.
-Why, I thought you knew Sam- Persons gain jfepidly while taking It.
milt IS NOT FURNISHED balance to be held by the corporation to be H. E. OSTEIX.

Harkins-I do. SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged disposed of for improvements as necessity< JOHN bAULb.JOHN .

Bronson Well didn't bow Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation WITHOUT ONE. shall require. \\'. 1'KicE.
as we -
pass54 in the world for the relief of
and cure 4. The shall
him a moment coiporation commence itS W. S. NORVl out).
ago.HarkinsBecause SAVANNAH, Ga., Nov. 1, 1S8S. existence On 1st A. I). I
I know him too we11.Harper's .- CONSUMPTION SCROFULA, Monday, May 1880, GEO.V.. DICKSOX.
Forty Thousand Southern Homes made
GENERAL DEBILITY WASTINODISEASES and shall continue for j jo. i
Bazar. twenty .vears.
happy with fine Instruments ,since 181O. t ---
EMACIATION asset still! the good work goes on. The officers* of the (corporation shall MOZ It'E OF IXcOnl OnA TrON.
Enjoying Illn>self. COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS. 3,000 Pianos and Organs sold last year. be a presidenticepresident, secretary,
Young Man (looking over hotel register) The great remedy for Consvmptian, and 5,000 oar mark for this year.Lower Prices, ; treasurer and fivtf directors, to be elected Notice is hereby given that the undersigned -

I see that Joshua Crawfish, of Craw fish ville, Wasting in Children. Sold by aU Druggist greater Better Instruments inducements;will Easier gain Terms us this and Increased by ballot on May 1st, hsSJ), and to hold i{ persons have formed a company for

b stopping here. Where can I find him I sale.Thousands. their offices until the first Monday in the purpose of constructing, maintaining

He's an uncle of mine. If any dealer nays he has the W.L.Don lac of Domes yet nnsnpplird! with i March, A. D. IS'JO( or until their successors I 1 and operating a railroad, or tram-road,
Clerk-I think you will find him in the ele- Shoes without name and price stamped oi Instruments might to-day be enjoying are elected :md qualify. The subsequent from Lake Poinsett to Kockkdge and Cocoa -
the bottom, put him down as a fraud. them .
through our ofltellira
T&tor. he's been riding up and down all the CASK to pay down easy not needed.e have I elections for officers( and directors j with the privilege of extending to City

forenoon.-Harper's Bazar.A I A PLAN by which, WITHOUT RISK, anyone I shall be on the first :Monday in March of \ Point, about parallel with the Indian flyer
I can obtain an Instrument of of through the town of Kockledge Cocoa
I any Style each year, and the terms office for one ,
I or Price, making either MONTHLY, I and Point The of
Natural Inference. QUARTERLY or YEARLY PAYMENTS year, or until the qualification of a successor. City Fla. name said
Saughbones until for, railroad, or tram-road, company is "Indian
M D.-Parkson, you seem to paid meanwhile enjoying ne cf
be fairly fascinated with that skeleton in the Instrument. I G. The Highest' amount of indebtednessor River and Lake Poinsett Railway Com

corner. What makes you look at it so in No extortionate prices. No nl k. No Forfeiture liability to which the corporation can at pany.'' The railroad is to run from Lake

tently lParkson be of promptly all cash paid.paid Installments Contract perfectly cannot I any time subject i itself shall not exceed Poinsett to Rockledge and Cocoa, with

(starting)-Ob-nothing- 1 was FAIR and EQUITABLE protecting pur- four-tenths of the capital stock. : privilege of extension to City Point through

just wondering if it was one of your patients. chasers from imposition or loss. Rockledge, Cocoa and City Point, about
Burlington Free Press.A Write us and we will point out the way to i Inco orator: James T. Small, Lewiston parallel with the river, 7 to H miles in
Maine; Robert A. IIanleeof Ilardeeville. length: all in IJrevard County Florida.
get a fine Instrument Easily and at a Low ,
I ; Urcvard county, Florida.; :Minor S. The company's capital stock consists cf
Romance Condensed. Price Wonderful bargains for Fall 1888.
The I Jones, Titus\ile, Fla.; Kobbius& Graham, of one hundred shares of one hundred dollars -
room was dark the maiden rose Better than before
any offered. Prices Tittisville Fla. Albert A. Cocoa
To fetch a she said- I ; Taylor, each-$10,000with privilege of increasing -
match Largely Reduced. Notice these SPECIAL IJre\"ard county Fla. 52 I such of
But he persuaded her to stay I stock to 2oO shares* SI 00

And make a match Instead. OFFERS: I each, in all. The undersigne.1 compose its "

-Pitteburg Dispatch.A Upright Piano I ;: F i ;. {m.ac first Board of Directors:
A %\ Falllns Supply.Broml 7% Octaves-Overstrung Scale-Three '! rj rn r.7y re II. S. WILLIAM,
-Your teacher can't be such a Strings-Rosewood-Fully Guaranteed I I Ij r-iilt Ir ) f;; LEWIS POWE
mean man as you make out. 1 notice his -Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price, SCOO. ,
W. L. DOUGLAS V' 4ittZDi IS. P. IADliuo:;,
sad Little has all the toys he can possibly ueed. Parlor Organ. only $65 : ,tf E. P. POUCHLK

his father Johnnie-Why, dad, those are what SHOt FOR Four Sets Reeds-11 Stops Couplers- ; This March 5, A. I). 188'J 41-Smo.
takes away from the other boys.- $3 GENTLEMEN.Best Handsome Case. Catalogue Price,$200.StoolCoverInstructorMuslcBook. '

1larper's Bazar. 85.00 GENUINE In the world.HANDSEWEDHOE.Examine Ills :.:.:... i k\f:I"tl":"' e *GENITM W ANT D. (Only .)".

The foreign adviser of the state 114.00 HAND-8EWK1 WELT SHOW. and all Freight Paid. t 7. .a ssssr
at Tow 83.AOOLICE AND FAu. I.nS' SHOE. Othes Special Offers just as good. Largest Rod I EARTHSEA SKV
is Mr Henry Denison, a young New 82.501tXTILA VALUE CALF MI OK. South to choose from. TEN GRAND MAKERS. r
of about 35. He has a fine house 82.00 and H1.75 BOYS SCHOOL SHOES SOO Different Styles. Can suit all buyers Write jr Marrels of the Universe; a graphic description ct
furnished to him by the Mikado, and has re Congress, Button and Lace. I, for catalogues,circulars, and Fret Copy of our When I 8y COTIS I Jo rot mean merely to the wonderful things In Nature s thrilling adventure
ceded ntw Eton: th-m for a time anti then hhem re. on Land and Sea-renowned discorerie of great ex-
mute a rank from too emperor. He ha wULC1: DOUGLASS3 | paper "Sharps and Flats giving full and valuable turn apstin. I MCAV A UAIMLAI. CUUti. plorers.. Published_I;EnarH-ih and German... 862 pare..
influence than other American information. t
any 1 1 have made the uususc ot -
Japan, and he is constantly dealing with mat- S3 SHOE FOR REMEMBEROUR Crated circulars et and MeMAKlN extra terms ,to Clneinnati.agents X121.B.FOBMIIKE .O.
connected with America. Belt Material Best Style. Best Fitting LOW PRICES. ,

The Prince of Wales has warmly congratu U not sold by your deal". write OUR EASY TERMS. FALLING SICKNESS PERFECTCOFFEEMAKER.
** .
to*; the Duke of Portland upon his betrothal Examine W. L. Douglas' $2 Shoes for HANDSOME: OUTFITS. A life-lone study. I WARRANT my remedy to .
handsome Miss Dallas Yorke, and has in- BEST INSTRUMENTS. CURE the worst cases. Because others have A new Invention for making
"mated his intention to be with the Gentlemen. failed is no reason for not now receiving a cure. Coffee and Tea,better than any
present ALL FREIGHT PAID. Send at once for a treatise and a FREE HOTTLEof thing now In DM t tare*Jf of the
PriaceaB at the wedding. London society is FOR SALE BY 15 DAYS' TRIAL. \ my INFALLIBLE REMEDY. Give Express Coffee and can be used with any
lulof MONEY SAVED ALL.LUDDEN&BA and JPot Oftine. It costs tor a Coffee or Tea Pot Sample will be
rumors of the splendor which is to'blark you nothing cent by mail for twenty cent ia
the marriage of one of the richest peers C. J. HECTOR trial and it will cure you. Address stamps cents Wanted to
or Engird : TES H.C. ROOT M.C. 183 Puru.Sr.Nr'MYcelC aend for full particulars of this
to the most beautiful woman In and other fast selling articles.
the United Kingdom. Melbourne, Fla. SOUTHERN MUSIC... HOUSE., SAVR1 NAF.. : GAT.t .-. ... .. -:- ._-' ."' .- :,-, Forshee McMakin,CJnclnnaUQ.

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0; LOCAL L.'C 01ICS. i[ Straw hats must go. Profits no object i j Marned: -At Clear View Villa,Eden, I

,, ;.: -11u" STAn i il* six: per annum in at BumphV.... j/..... C:;.*_ *!; Flagon Friday, May<17th, by Harry W. Announcement Extraordinary!
Richard. Thomas J. Britt and Eliza
advance. -1Ir Cha Verbeke.Brantley i? in E-q.

f -Mrs. H. R. Olm'tead, of Eau Gallic town to-day. ,. M. Curley. : To the Citizens of 'fitusville and People of Indian River;

was in town this week.Gor -Shoes must be sold. Prices marked -31. E. Church South Rockledge-Co-! ,
; that We HaveJust
; We Wish to Inform You
: [ Rev. Jas. Bolton will preach on
down. Titn5"ille.For coa-
at RumphX
.i j W. II. Gieason! of Eau Gallie, ,

J wa registered at the Grand View, yeterday. dwarf Cavendish banana plants ; Sunday next. Services 11 a. m. and 7'p.. :Received a Large Consignment of GoM
t address Mr. W. H. Bangh. Melbourne, |; m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. All are .
; .
invited. i i.
-Jude June returned from bis .Fla I II "
f 1. Direc1i from: ewE York
of the
I According tbe records
+; 1 Like Worth, Jupiter and St. Lucie -Ju=t received, a carload of flour. y to

14 last Friday. Price i is t'enlow.. Call or send your clerk's office at St.u u..tineH.)1.. Cutting 1 E' Which we shall sell at Lowest Prices.: Call and examine our goods a few of which*,
1 orders to Geo. B. Rumph. ha purchased a $.00 interest in theyacbt mention and you will be convinced that it pays to trade at"THE
Latest ad rice* from New York state I
Marion F. The conditions of the
that pine-apples are bringing from 15 to -Oyterhell lime of A 1 quality i it is \
r sale are that Mr. i is given the BAZAAR"I
Cutting option -
20 cents each. t offered for ?ale by J. 5. Watson cf El
j ) to purcha-e Frank Fowler's remainin -
J1 : Mon! toj I Dora. Price furnished on application.To i }I I
I i -Jfon1 ino f j ; interest at the end of+ a year for ;}'. :; <' Suits knee pants*. 125. 82.00) S3.34 to 85.65.
Joan on real -tate. Apply: to Robbins the firm that actually defy coui- There is no doubt now but that this yacht ; Y'o.uth8uit S3.2-3; 83.90: 84.15. 84.63 to S6.7.5.-

s; & Graham, Titus ville. ,: petition ;" try $11.00 per thousand ffr"ouroun will he rigged with every stitch of can- < Children's Shoes y, all kind- and prices from 35c. to 81.7s.

ba Oliver & IJudjre will lead in Florida} : \ quality of Florida pine.Oli"er vashe can carry, and when she ithus. Old Ladies low quarter Shoe.- 75c.

rough pine and low pricein the future fc Bud e. rigged she can amply uphold the yachting :' Gentlemen's Embroidered Slipper 75c.

as they do in Georgia pine. -Mr. J. Tyler. of the Florida Can- ,: honors for 5t. Augu-ine in particular Brogans ).3c.

River Front* fur ale on ea-y terms I 1 j i ning Company Fort Pierce, is in town : and Florida in general.Coniderable Bleached Muslin, 5e. to 13c. per yard. '

for oah. See A. V. Hiuck, Georgiana. .I IJ J t-
Fla. He mean- u-ine l j I dence at New Haven. Conn. week. ;
among our citizen* by the removal of our ; *

-Ur. F. II. Houzhlon:;, who ha.- been I j' -11'e will handle Georgia; pine in the :; postmaster. Mr. J. E. Gruber. Mr. R. ; jlI.Iallory \

on a trip to Tampa and other places on future a* in the pa-t, only we will sell !j I C. Scrimgeour; received! hi* official npi i!' : S. S. Line

the Gulf. Coat, returned to town Monjday. ; Florida rough at $11.- r1 per thousand and :i I pointment last night and will qualify at ,

,I| piv the wbarIa= .-Oliver & Budze. I,I once. It i i- with sincere regret that the I Via FerJlan.c1..in.a.: : between:: t

.. -3Ir. Jlutchiu- u's new hotel is now i J i -Xew millinery and ladies' hat* received -' patrons of this office part with Mr. Gruber. { New York a.nd Florida, Boston, Philadelphia] and the East

open, ready to receive Bummer guc-t-. weekly. Style are jut lovly.I ; lIe has served them faithfully ,

1 It H to be called the Indian River City !j E Ladies, call and supply your wants I j; many year*. and having a lame fa"mily !| Sailing
EE Hat. -old, trimmed without need the FROM NEW YORK fITl'nol. FEKXAXDIXA,
Hotel. charge. support. really office to secure -, '
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-Florida rough lumber (-amea-other I Iq G. B. Rumph. of-i, a living. We hope he may succeed i Iron Steam-hips STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO and

dealers sell on the river) at $11.5f) per ) -Judge Jones has handed in to our : in securing a business which will pay as t RIO GRANDE

t.oucahd! inc.-JIx, u.J' ...). .....r_ Ly Oliver .C'.. I II j'h 'pltrtmpnt' : j>n r,rd* r for -evpral hundred : well a* po;;tmaster. with an absence' of gf" Are large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, Bailing alternately. Table,
\ Budge. j( marriage license. Guess he must the confining work of po-toffice duties. tilt best oil the Coast.

The schooner Queen, of Eau Gillie, If j I I be anticipating a. rush !for the-' precious 1 Mr. Scrimceour will have a- his assist-i I II SCHEDULE.

f arrived l here Monday. Captain McFadden documents in the near future. At lea-t !i ant )1 r. Chas. Howard, a young man ,I XoRTH-B'UXD, from Fernandina connecting with o:40 p. in. train from Jackson
he will be I eminently qualified to help him with 'iIIe-.
l prepared for all demand !
in charge. Mr. II. C. Starck, of )laIa.'II E
bar, was with him. { -Captain. Waton has placed! a ,j I the work. A* a final etf..rt many of :\1r.1 j 1' STATE RIO GRANDE OF TEXAS, Captain Lewis Williams.. .*-dayIay a 23rd
i Gruber's. friend have written letters Captain 30th
-We bear it rumored that the members i large cypress water tank at the south end j private i STATE OF TEXAS:, Captain Williams. U June 6th

'II of Indian River Lo'lge F. & A. M 1. I of the warehouse and office on the rail- 1: to Mr. Wanamaker requesting that I{ ]RIO GRANDE, Captain LewiSTATE -?. U 13th
s! he be retained. but the policy of OF TEXAS William- u "
: road wharf and is now patiently waiting j present j Captain 20th27th
I excursion
to pet to
are trying up an ome
the RIO I.
I some showers when he will have an abundant i Republicanbeing to make a clean I Captain \ .
J point down the river. SBOrder. all Freight via Mallory Sttatuahip Lm- from Parr o :1 E R. Xew York.
i supply of pure rain water for drinking sweep we very much doubt if the result !: 0{Special Agent..are itxateU at all principal point through Florida, where ticket can le secured aa':
T -Mrs. L. II. Decker is now occupying I can be accornpi} -hed. j information obtained.aj5taterooms .
I purposes. aDd 1-ertLn M-cnrf-d in advance from Jacfcpcnnllf and Ft-rrjandiua cfncr.Trains .
the Boone cottage at the north end j j a.- from F R. & \. 1.'y. n... directly to t>hipa side at FerLandu.a,
I of town, and i prepared to take table ,I -The Bre.ardb5tract of Title Company 1! A Trip .Vox'Hi. !i c>Any further n.forruatioii : i J. M Ct TLER. Pa!>u'rlitrgf"l.t.. rt-r Bad and login fctrttU Jl..Ckson\"iUe, Ila.G .
boarders at reasonable! rata.3t |I has received an order for an ab- TITUSVILLE, May 20th 1839. K. nl"'BBrI."lIt.. FTI.-\ndiua. IlL
i! H. H. P.*Y IOXD. ri.eral Tri ayelISuN
araet of all the lands that are nu\v in | Dlitor 1"kriia'far
a meeting of the Town Council & oKAY Aseul. Titn* iJlf. Fia.
.r" held last week Mr. T. V**. Smith was employed 0-ceola" county, which were formerly a :j I! SIP.-Having recently made a trip I C H. HALLORY & CO. General Agents Pier 20 E R. HEW YORK CITY
portion of Brevard county. This will be j through the north and returned via the I ,
to act a City Scavenger; for the I!
f the largest abstract this company ha j Clyde Line from New Y-irk to Jack !
F n.HJe. -
town, at salary of &X) per month I ever furnithed. i j j I Iii it to add my testimony to that I C1yd 9 S1e; Y sb.ip CC>.
-Mr. C. T. McCarty returned Monday
night from a stay ofeveral weeks at I -Mr. Cha.=. II. Xauman, of Haulover, I[ 'of many others who have recently pat- : New York Charleston & Florida Lines.
was in town yesterday, and reports the j ronized that line f-f steamships. I made !
Tallahassee. He left the boat f
,i early I drought as doing serious damage to the | the trip on the immense and magnificent ]
,, the following morning for Ankopa. I'
orange crop in his vicinity. Mr. Xauj j I a steamship Iroquoiwhich may well]) be .
I -Dame Rumor i U again to the fore in < he will have termed a floating The table ',
man says a fine lot of pineapples i I palace. was
A. our town, and predicts another wedding 1 j excellent, the I
if it will only rain soon He I accommodations complete, j
ere long. We believe the house is ready I ,
i needs an artesian well. j and the service erfect, under the man- j

for the reception of the happy couple. -The colored folks intend celebrating I j. agement of El Kemble, master, andV.. ,j

-Two hide walks: are now laid, connecting Emancipation Day, to-morrow, Friday, F. Ogden Fay. purser. The trip lasted f!i
r with the new hotel and Washington excursion E five days including a day in .
by an to DeLeon Springs, Charle5ton'l _
avenue. Tnee sidewalks and the one and throughout was as plea .
where a picnic will be held. The train 1 as may I
just laid to the STAR office are a greatboon leaves Titusville for DeLeon Springs at well be imagined. i The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows :

1F to pedestrians.: six o'clock a. m. For further particulars I MILTON GROCER.ROYA I I (Standard Time.)

ri -J. A. Durt, of Cn'-cent City, the sep printed handbill 1 1*._ I From Jacksonville to New York. !: YDELAwARI. .... .". 24 at 12COD000 I!

-r pioneer well-sinker of the State of Florida -Mr. F. H. Boye i3 making preparations -: I I SEMINOLE Thnr.'d. ,v, May.. 2, at 5::0 a. m.: YfMA&tE., June ;)1 T, at at 10O 5OOLm a.n
,is now operating at Melbourne Beach, CHEROKLE: 9. at .0.30a.m.; -
for erecting a residence his ,.
on place : IROQl"(IS Snrdav.. i2. at 1:U0 p. m J
I where all communications may be nddreed situated about three miles south of townon i (SEUINOLE:HE.ClKEi: TLU. lav .u. 16 at 5:00a.m Three' .tum..r! per we.k from her 29. Ea.d,
and information be obtained. Sunday: 19: at 5::00 a. m RiHr. Xew York, to Florida. as folIo'u
4 the IRoQroi";. I
Delespine erant. He expects to Thundar, Z, at 1100a.
i }. -The dry weather i'i causing: the build his house with coquina and limed RI/F uvrEoHr SEMI\OLE CHEROKEE.-. Tbnrd Suuday,t "., 26.30.at at 1:00 40')a a. m mi.i I I For Jacksonville'
,: J leaves on and lemon trees YAL.neowa4 IROQCOIS Sunday,June 2. at 6.00 a. m I ,
orange t I something on the order of recent build awrtcv YE\I.\SSJE.: Calling n Cbarrtton each Tneay and Fridar
Tbarrday 6 at 9:30 a. at 3:00
shrivel up, and the newly-formed fruit is I I ings erected at St Augustine, which ,, m i I p. m.

dropping perceptibly.l Unl.gfowe have makes a structure that will last for From Fernandina to New York. i For Fernandln8,

; S v rain goon the orange crop. will suffer ma I, hundreds of year. .0 rt YEJLt.SSEI'DlL.W.RE... -. ..Friday" May t., 17 10,,at at 12:00 S:30 Woozy a. m 1 Cawing: at WUmin ton racl, ,atttr'ay at 3 p.m.

terrally.i _
-In another column, to-day, will be For Information Regarding Freight and Pas: age, apply to

i -The LaGrange :Sunday: School will found a statement of disbursements and I J..1..t A. LESLIE STEAD.A Agent Ftt. Fernat.diua Jacioi.ie; 1. G. EGJR: Traffic aanay:er. 3> road, aNew York;

s hold its eighteenth annual pic nic next receipts by the Town Treasurer for overa t i I .,, ly3t.JoUL.1>>. ; ;. HOw tia,. T. 1-'-A, Jachou\'JIIl" F)1 mO )IOXGER. T P. A.. Jackt' nyI,1e.
Saturday, the 2.3th in-t.. at Jones' Landing year past. It has been the intention of I CLYDE & CO.. General ling Agents Oreen.w 12 > utli York.1Vhar%, 'hiladelphla ; 3. Bow

r near :Minr Everyone is cordially the Council fyr several weeks to prepare I

: -,+, invited to attend, and a"pf'cial invitation this statement, but as it extended over !I ROBBINS & GRAHAM

G'. is extended to all Sun-lay chflulOn *. quite a long term, including the changesof AK1N6 I ,
Monday evenim; quite a Car.t' .e several officer, it was rather an ardu- I' I _

party arrived from :Melbourne on their out duty tu get things in a presentable : REAL I ESTATE-

way. north_ : among them bung Mr.. and 8hape.I BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.

1 V'< .11 sirs. K. vt.' .Andrew JlasJenuretrtyy.:: I -We received a pleasant call, yesterday : POWDER .I .

:It :. bridge, Mrs. Carter, Mr:*. C.i-grove, Mr. I morning, from Captain Wilcox and I !I 3-
: \Wotnlworth) :oJ Lena Potter, etc. wife who the
I: pent day in town while on i LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
_1 i ? : -The hooner Manatee can be chartered their way to Jamestown, X Y., where Absolutely Pure. !,, Loans
Negotiated on First Class
r 1 : for carrying for they will until October I Thi Security at from '12 to 24 per cent.
... or trips stay when they powder iirtcr varies. A marvel: of puntv, Choice lots In rapidly Towns
strenjrth, and wholrioraeae will net investors 100
.l,4i.t anywhere on the coast. Freight will return to their winter More economical in per
d !(. rate at than the ordinary kind;; and cannot be sold in cent. twelve months
always rea unable. Her captain make?. Melbourne Beach. Captain Wilcox informs I competition weight, alum with or phosphate the m-iltitnde powders.of low Sold te''t only short in Residence lots in Titusville from 820 up to S1000.

.r. +.:: a specialty of capturing the manatee or us that Mr. Hector has a fine fluw ":ans. E'yal: Baking Powder Co.. 105 Will Street i Business lots
I from
Xew York. S250 to $2,500.
:t-CUW. native only to the waters of I of water on his place, which has just ,I
I for
Agents Florida
,,' : South Florida. Further particulars furnished been reached by the contractor, Mr. J. I THE I Southern Railway Lands

by J. W. filler: Titusville, Fla. A. Durst. More than
f ;t .. ... 3,000,000'f; (' of Choice Lands located in
.. -Mr. G."p.Eldey and wife smarted -Mr. D. S. Hutchinson has about com- :'NEW DRUG STORE I county in the State suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and Vegetable. every

for Jupiter, Monday morning, where he pleted the tearing down and removal of Growing-Pine, Cypress: and Cedar Timber, price $1 per Acre and 1
will take chare: of the Signal; Service office the material in the old Titus House. The I upwards '

in the place of Mr. O'Brien, who now !.I ab-ence of this old landmark gives a Is Now Open, I P. 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.A. .

,,y a occupies i tire: Micco ollkv. )Ir. Mitchell, splendid view of the new hotel from I
I who has been in charge; at Micco, arrived Washington ayenue. Mr. Hutchinsonhas And has on hand of a Fine Assortment A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.

i h'-ri. Saturday, an! will be Sergeant Her- the foundation laid for an annex I I Ii i I Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. 31. DCOPAIIYI.

li set.'s a witaut.i ar.Irca. ll and little 1 building to the hotel to be used as kitchen. FRESH DRUGS t BREYARD
k, daughter are here als o. Mr. H. Q. Hawley will continue to OF TITLE

-At the Titus'iJlcct emic examinations run the new hotel during the coming PATENT MEDICINES, I Complete Abstracts of Title furnished .
held the summer months. PERFUMERY, to all lands in HFC-
pat week. Miss Anniela.Jdison bard county, Florida.
and l Master George B running I} Archdeacon Carpenter held evening POWDERS, Titles .'
3 I, HAIR BRUSHES, Examined and Perfected.
received certificates from their service last J1
teachers Sunday at St. Gabriel's, as TOOTH BRUSHES, Box 250
showing their examination in grammar announced, and will celebrate Holy Communion And all other articles] usually kept by Titusville, Fla.

{ U. be nearly perfect-98 per cent. This next Sunday morning. Evening Druggists.. >SiP t IgL 't t
reflects credit Miss service hereafter Everyone is cordially invited to call OPPEB.. 1 ;
great on Paddisson will be held at eight and New Varieties Peaches
our stock. and
y and Master Branning; and we also:; hear o'clock. Mr. Carpenter expects to hold Orders from a distance promptly filled. .. All orders before June will Plums, $10.OO per 100.-
that they pav ed as well in several other service: alternate Sundays at this place Prescriptions carefully compounded following varieties : Bidwell's be booked for fall delivery at above price for any of the .
fetudied. Mis Annie will not nowhave until the middle of July. The intervening A share of the Public Patronage is respectfully Honey and Peento Peaches; Kelsey Early Satsuma and Late, Arlington, Bidwell's Improved Peento. .
Sundays will be filled by Mr. Henry solicited. on Peach or Plum stock Ogan and other Japanese Plum, budded". "
: to stay up so late at nights pondering Egger, who is succeeding admirably with with order, balance before as preferred; trees three to four feet hiRh. 10 per cent ..f
her shipment.
lessons. Beat
over tt
4tz the service as a lay-reader. J. B. SCREVEN bright Cotton Seed Ieal, per ton. r
Druggist. 1 JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River '
Nurseries Melbourne Fla.
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