The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
May 30, 1889


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


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

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


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:, VOL. X. 11.. TITUSYILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1889. NO. 6.

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Cocoa. work and assistance towards the layingof Melbourne. on the first trip of the Georgiana in placeof Lake Worth.

The Cleo stopped at Cocoa for a >few the coquina walk will be gallant Dreadfully dry still. the S.'T.. White. Enquiries were Dry!

enough to keep up the courage of the being made as to her draft etc. and
Monday. one
minutes on Captain John Fitzgerald, mine host of :More dry! !
of Point spent by doing their part-and we captain remarked, "I am afraid she won't
Hamilton, City the Chattahoochee hotel, at Jupiter, was
) know that they will, for all who the Vegetation beginning to suffer.
Saturday Cocoa. prom- in town last week. get through, water is so low. An-
last ised to give work or assistance were "menof other prophesied she would not get After a six months' session the east
practice at the Episcopal Church The Georgiana will, hereafter lay over
Choir their word. side school
past Grant's farm. Said a bystander, closed for the season on the
Saturday afternoon at 3:30 p. m. .. Sundays at Melbourne. instead of among 10th.
"I thought the Senate committee reported -
Usher has returned to his Eau (.nlli Jupiter sand-flies and "skeeters."
Mr. Sam rather favorably on it." "Yes," was Capt. II. P. Dye returned from his
Point from Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Gustavus No rain :Melbourne since the
Snell visitors at
home atRev. City were heavyfall the reply, "but the water was more than Titusville trip on the 12tb, bringing the

James Bolton preached to a large on our river on Sunday last.I one night in April, when the Ramona two feet higher then than now. Why Ruby Dye along.

congregation on Sunday last at Hill's Hodgson Bros. are having more land lost part of her hurricane deck-over the little White struck on both sides at The Emily I?. left for Jacksonville on

Hall, in Cocoa.R. cleared with a view of extending their a month ago.Alligator once at one place in the canal, :and she the 12th and the Mary B. came in from

H.Jaylor and S. K. Mayers, of SaTarniab'Ga. orange groves. hunting seems to be a favorite only drew 19 inches." The bystander the same place on the 13th.

;, : ., 'were registered at the Delnfoiico Our popular citizen and county official pursuit at present. Lewis K. Smith asked what the company had been doing Preaching in the east side school houseon

, the first of this week. P. McMillan, has contracted to returned Saturday night from a fairly down there, and several replied, "No
: the 12th by Rev. E. Gale and Sunday
Mr. D. M- dgerton, of Kansas City, have an artesian well sunk on his Eau successful hunt. thing to amount to anything. They school on the west side at usual time

Mo. arrived on the Indian River Tues- Gallic River property, the pipe to be Orange trees are suffering badly. For- have just been.puttering around to hold and place.

da/and is stopping at City Point with three inches in diameter.The tunate, indeed, are the possessors of artesian the ]land ; that is all they are after."

Capt. Sharpe.Mr. many friends of Mrs. Mellor will wells or windmills and tanks where-i Bystander inquired how their dredging After spending the winter with her

Guy I. Metcalf and Mr. Will Glea- be pleased to hear that she has almost recovered with to irrigate the thirsty affected down there sailing?" asked craft. "Were "you ever wife parents, Mrs., :ex-postmaster P. Rimes left V for O. her Spencer home and in
son, of Melbourne, came up to Cocoa last from her recent illness, caused, Miss May Valentine has returned from one. "Wellyou Pennsylvania on the 7th.

Thursday to attend the L. P. and I. R. no doubt, through fatigue during the DeLand, where she has been pursuingher just ought see it-sand and oyster
shells piled either hand in Sea trout are plentiful in the lake and
Railroad meeting. long trip from this place to Chicago.Mr. art studies. Student life, however, upon ; many
places breast high. Of course that will are readily taken with the troll, and the
little : Jno. McAllister and several assist- seems to be in no way detrimental to her
and her
Porcher two
3Irs. E. blue-fish
health. all wash back again, fill up the channel, I are still lingering to give us occasional -
from Tues ants are putting down the first of number -
daughters came over Courtney a and make it bad for sailboats." These sport. Tarpon have also made
and made a brief visit at the home of of artesian wells to be sunk on the The flag at Myrtle cottage, Melbourne their
which is
day all
were steamboat men, giving their unbiased appearance, a unu-
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Peck. Eau Gallic River as soon as possible. The Beach, waving in the cool breeze of Sun- opinions. Here is the problem : sual on their part.

depth reached on Saturday last was 190 day, indicated the "folks" were at home.
!Ir. A. A. Taylor, in his fine race-boat If in a 4ft. channel the water has fallen Captain 31. E. Spencer, of Sombrero
We did not see the Coquette in the of-
Coquette, sailed to Melbourne Beach last feet.We 2 feet (or thereabouts) and a boat tries to Light, who has been on a visit home,

Saturday and remained there for several noticed a very interesting congre- fing. pass through drawing nearly 30 inches left for his light on the 15th in the light-

days enjoying the surf and sea-breezes. gation in the Eau Gallie Baptist Churchon )Ir. and Mrs. Julius Tyler] have gone (beside the "squat" caused by the wheel) house boat. lie was accompanied by

Quite a number of the "solid" men of Sunday last. The Rev. Mr. Hiscock, north for the season. Mr. Tyler is what is the result ? Answer : Broken Prof. L. Bates, a botanist, who is collect-

Indian River were represented at the of Georgiana conducted the services. treasurer of the Atlantic and Gulf Coast rudder and one round trip lost. Senator ing for the department at Washington.E. '

Sabbath school as usual next Sabbath at Railway, which many hope will be a
24th and with such Hardee and his associates
meeting on May men reported depthof B. Plunkett is clearing and
10:30 competing line to the J. T. & K. W. up preparing -
a. m. All are cordially invited.Mr. .
to"back" the enterprise success is sureto water etc., as they saw them. The to settle on his fresh water home-

follow. William Treutler has left for Chicago Railway. time was unfortunate, as the examina- stead. While assisting his father in clear-

Some of the inmates of Myrtle Cottage i to attend pressing business engage- Messrs. D.V.. McQuaig and' M. G. tion of the Canal Company's work was ing brush on the 15th his son Henry met

returned to Cocoa last week on the MaudF. ments and returns to this place about the Ellis left last Friday evening for another after a. prolonged drouth. We know with a serious accident, cutting a gash

Among them we noticed Dr. Scho- 1st of September next, D. V. Mrs. Treut- trip to the St. John's prairies. On their that on the very day the committee pass- over three inches long on the inside of

field, Mr. Moore, MU Carry Moore and ler will remain in charge, assisted by Mr. last scout they captured 26 alligators through Indian River narrows the water his right foot. The wound was bouud up

Yr.E. Stiling. Alfred Trafford, formerly of Sanford, beside a few plumes. and some large soft was wai t deep, where ordinarily it is not and the boy brought home, where Dr.

who will occupy one of Mr. Treutler's shell turtle. over 12 inches. We hope Senator liar- Hardin attended him
Divine service and celebration of Holy being obliged to V
houses during the absence of the propri- A much greater area of vegetables will dee's recommendation will be considered sew the wound. Henry is
Communion will be held next Sunday, i up now get-
June 2nd, at St. Michael's Episcopal i etor. We welcome the addition of Mr. be planted next fall than ever before. favorably-that i is, to compel the com- ting along very well, butt will have a

10:30 standardtime Trafford's family to our settlement. Prices have been fairly good for the pany to complete, within five years, the rather sore foot for a week or so yet.
Church, Cocoa, at a. m.,
TRUTH. earliest, and fair for the last shipmentsmade. 5-foot channel ; also to remove out of
by Archdeacon Carpenter. The question of damages by the west
On the whole, the season has the way of sailboats all excavated material side fire and
Q>1. Hart,of the famous Hart Grove at Aiilcoiia. been successful to make forfeiture of the responsibility therefor was
a very : one. ; grant
Palatka, passed down the river on the St. Mrs. Pratt of Nassau has finally left to a board of arbitration, consisting -
purchasedthe The recent decision of the Superin- the penalty to maintain the said channel,
of Capt. U. D. Hendrickson Geo.
Lucie Tuesday on his way to Lake Worth.We Eugene Woillard property. and that no lands be granted for such ,
tendent of the General Land Office will W. Bristol and J. W. Porter. It was
are pleased to see Col. Hart on the reaches of channel from Haul-
of Improvement and progress are the"shibboleth" upset many people's titles, or at least, open as rather a difficult matter to handle_ ____, but___
Indian his interests n
River, as are a lower river. over to Grant's farm Sebastian
the or bay,
on cause them trouble. Even parties who they finally decided that the owner of
substantial kind. Our in rhet- have had their for etc., and lastly that the lands due them
I juvenile orators indulge patents years over- the land where the fire started should
Dr. M. B. Sams, and'his wife, of Courtney I should be taken in alternate sections for
oricals alternate afternoons. The hauled this ruling.Mr. .
Friday by cx-post-facto i pay the nominal damage of $20, and he
have on a cruise down the ten 'miles back, and the balance be
gone children enjoy them. C. T. McCarty, the attorneyatlawof and the two men who started the fire
river They expect to be on the trip for thrown open to actual settlers only.U. .
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Woillard have Ankona and Fort Pierce gave us a were released from arrest. The awardwas

some weeks, as the doctor will go as faras gone to Titusville to complete arrange- pleasant call last week. Mr. :McCartyhas D'ONOHU. made more as a warning to others
Lake Worth to attend to his ,
engage- ments for their new home at Jupiter. been at Tallahassee for about three than as a payment of actual damages

ments in dentistry work. C. E. ChafFee has recently received weeks, looking after the legislators now Grand Sunday School Mass caused by the fire.
Messrs. James and R. B. Holmes from Mectingat Melbourne Beach.
in session there. He to spendthe
from the Governor his commission as proposes The fire interfering with the regular

Michigan, spent a few days in Cocoa this County Commissioner. for the 5th dis summer at Ankona despite the mos- ROCK LEDGE, May 28th, 1889. meeting of the Horticultural Society, .

week looking around. They charteredthe quitoes. We hope he will be agreeably To the Editor of the Florida Star: which should have been held on the 6th, i

Fannie B., with Capt. McNiel as trict.Mr. number.Mr .
master and sailed down the river Wednesday J. S. Watson, the Titusville! com- disappointed at their SIR-On Wednesday, June 12th, there it was adjourned to the 13th. There wasa

mission man, gave us a pleasant call ..-... and _Mrs.__-- ,Stewart-__ .. --- and' Mrs. Nash will be a picnic.dinner, singing., speeches... fair attendance and some business was
to enjoy some fishing at Jupiter. arrived the fleet little steamer Vera, transacted and information received re-
I Wednesday. He interviewed our ship- on etc., at the above place. All the Sab-

; The contemplated railroad between of pineapples.Rev. Monday night, from Daytona making bath Schools of Brevard and Dade lating to insect pests, diseases of citrus

Lake Poinsett and this place is an asured pers I the run of 120 miles, Mr.Stewart informsus counties (without regard to denomination fruits, etc. It was decided to have a dis-
E. J. Getmrn of Georgiana, con-
fact, and most certainly will be com in 16 hours. Not so fast as the Cityof ) that are willing to bear their pro- cussion at the next meeting on the sub-
ducted services at the school
menced immediately after the organization religious Paris, and not so good water, either. portionate part of the expensewhichwill ject of the adaptability of citrus fruits to

of the company and the appointmentof house Wednesday evening. The entire The Vera is the yacht brought down two be light-and furnish baskets for the this section and the adyisability of rais-

proper officers and be all in readinessfor neighborhood was present. We hope thisis year's ago by Mr. W. N. Carey, of Rochester dinner, are invited to turn out in full ing them here, E. Heyser to lead in the

next fall's business. but one of a series we shall enjoy in N. Y., and is a fine boat. force, or send representatives.Our discussion. The meeting adjourned to
future. A Sabbath school is
The Dauntless and the Water Lily the near Mr. Hector's St. Kilda well is gushing objects are to organize the Indian meet at 2 p. m. Saturday, June 1st, at
also organized.
topped at Cocoa on Tuesday with parties being of water The River branch of the American Sun ay the residence of V. O. Spencer.
450,000 gallons per day.
have launched fine
i on board from City Point, who were Saeger Bros. just OCCASIONAL.a water is said to be the best yet obtainedon School Union Association ; to develop From latest information it is learned

. going on a cruise down the river for a new sloop. .. the river, the quantity seems to be Sunday Schools and work in all depart- that, afterappointing commissioners from

week or more. Among them we noticed Orange Growers, Attention about all that can issue forth from a ments, and to make provision for an an- the districts as divided by the County

)Ir. and Mrs. C. A. Gillard and children, There will be a meeting of the Florida 3-inch pipe, the quality excellent, the nual holiday, mass meetings, etc. Commissioners, the present powers that

Miss Minnie .I. Hall and others. 161bs. to the inch the depth is The steamer Rockledge will be chart- be at Tallahassee now claim that the
Orange Growers' Union in Fry's Opera pressure ;
The barbed wire fence of in We to of the ered for the occasion.All county never was legally divided, and so
spoken House, Palatka, on June 5th at 2 o'clockp. 300 expect see one
last week's notes from Cocoa is no longer All the associations already formed finest vegetable gardens on the river at schools desiring to join the excur we now have A. M. Fields, of Juno, representing -
fo object of unpleasant discussion, for it the State are requested to St. Kilda next winter. sion will please notify me at once, as we the north end_ of the county,

13 no more Some unknown qui throughout are limited in the number to be carried. F. S. Dewey, from the west side of the '
parties and it is desired that as i
send delegates
% demolished it last week Friday evening a meeting was held at Every Sunday School member will be lake between Lake Worth and Palm
one night :
members-as well as orange growers school-house the north side
and pedestrians in the northern portionof many attend also. the public on expected to wear an appropriate badge, Beach, representing. Lake Worth and J.

the town walk in generally-as possible, for the purpose of ascertaining the feeling and each Sunday School should have its W. Porter, of Hypoluxo, representingPalm
peace once more. urged those sections that of the of the
is again and
It upon preferences patrons i
banner.I Beach and the southern end of the
Iajor Cecil and Capt. Shaw, of Jacksonville have not organized to do so at once, for school. After some discussion the reso- I
if the of
will be glad Superintendent lake. It is also understood that there is 1
remained at Cocoa for a few we want every orange grower in every lution to build a new school-house was
School will furnish
days after every Sunday me a one commissioner for Miami and there
the railroad business was attended of county represented in
'i precinct every unanimously adopted. A committee of
six that ]his school
list, say songs may also will probably be one for Elliott'sKey.
to, to look around and enjoy and also enrolled in the
meeting solicit sub
this five was appointed to crip-
8006 be most familiar with, from which we The commissioners will probably
delightful sails on the limpid waters membership of the State organization.The tions. $80 were subscribed in a few
of the Indian of this convention is to may select for singing in concert. re-district the county at their next meet-
River. sailed to object
They up minutes with several promising to
Further information will be cheefully
city forward the work-so successfully ing. ,
| the beautiful grove of Capt. carry "come in" next day. The old buildingis
Sh arpe on begun at Leesburg May 1st-of organizing given upon request.W. The Bon Ton is in from the B. I. R.
Saturday and were most en- of Florida with uncomfortable and inconvenient, and
-th the 9range growers L. HUGHLETT, Secretary. SAM.
fresh tlc over the exquisite flowers and the view of adopting some one system of not large enough for the present numberof ... again. ..

I yegetables which were growing so marketing our oranges on winch we can scholars, and will be much too small The GreatestntiPel'jodie '
.J uxuri tl unite. And this work will be continued .Letter From Capt. B. .l\. Circle.
bas ? everywhere. Capt. Sharpe'sP all until grower in the State is when the present good crop of babies arrives Known to the medical profession! is quinine -

P,l Wity Was enjoyed by all, and the every member of the Florida Orange at school age.Vo hope to erect a the base of which is the Calisaya 1 take pleasure in testifying to the merits -
. ,draughts enrolled as who bark of commerce. This bark is gatheredby i of Tetterine, the sure cure for skin dis 1
of delicious buttermilk Union. Let all I
. Growers' building that will be at once both convenient -
CO4 the natives of South American countriesand eases. I had been afflicted with tetter on
. JOe lD gamed by that party will long be re- sibly can attend this meeting be Palatka, comfortable and ornamental, as exported to all parts of the world for my face and body for years and had used t
red.' as important action made with well as economical.We the manufacture ofquinine. "The servantis every remedy I could hear of recommended
4 Ii Arrangements have been his and it for skin diseases without the
t t TiCap_, A. Circle brought down from the not greater than master, deriving
.: pile' this the railroad companies throughout see that :Mr. Norwood's bill raiseda stands to reason that the extract has not slightest benefit until I was induced to use
:, Osceo! week on his good sloop State giving one-half ra'ef fare to. all breeze at the capitol. We only hope it the; curative powers of the original. Thereis Tetterine, and to my great satisfaction .a
',> *he lumber to attend this convention, for malarial made .
Few cure.I
b which is to be used those wishing no more effective remedy applications a permanent
y the lid ewalk committee for the curbmgalth and the following terms have been. secured will be heavy enough to blow away all disorders known to the world than West know of a number of other cases where it

e from the hotels, VIZ: 1\ nthrop disguising cobwebs of fiction from the moreland's Calisaya Tonic, which containsa has been equally as successful.
: be coquina walk which is soon to day, Carleton Hotel and of the bark and all disorders 'Yours, truly, .
laid. Hotel $2.00 per claim of the Canal Company. We wish sufficiency purest very
h'A -, He Very kindly donated the Arlington Hotel $1.50 per day each. of the system arising from a diseased CAPT. B. A. CIRCLE,
the whole could have listen-
-wttnt Legislature
of freight charged, and the sidewalk J. C. McKiBBiN,- liver readily succumb to its influence. This Titusville; Fla.
Inmitt Growers' Union. ed to a conversation between steamboat great medicine is for sale in every drug 50 cents a box at Dr. J. B., Screven's

We bo 1e, that*all extend those thanks who promised for same. Pomona Sec. Florida, Putnam Orange Co., Fla. men only a week ago. The occasion was store in the town at 50 cents and 1 a bottle. Drug Store, and dealers generally. 6. '

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THE FLORIDA .1A1' THt R DAT. MAY 30.. 1889-
.--. r. r.T Trrrrri-tTif TKantti in l e1ii n_
Unset when they anted Turno piay vine;they all wamTme. What is IB to w of" -The----Dawn-- .6---T-office-, Bush- n----o walked

: football and they moreover thought: popularJeh, old fellow? tap.
4 : down Broadway as far
I idly as '
TAKEN! BY SIEGE.The that he was too much of a dandy forever :ibis tune the breakfast-was server d.; church, where he stood for a mnm liJ
than :kidneys, and
"'- day use. Archie TTN' hast:: was There were more looking through the iron railings of
not brilliant, but he got along in his was most delightful repast; fence into the grass grown church
studies much better than some of his was not in a condition do justice to it. the J'ard.
f =I rr::::::=::"'J week The clock in tower struck I
little a past, .
brighter companions, probably bemuse He had eaten so which reminded hunt that the city edior
his tastes were more studious and be end such plain food, that even the rid be his desk
would not long at
Experiences : so, -
of Young Journalists with their wine:
Story a was industrious He belonged to an old aroma of the kidneys could I his mind fixed upon the bus nge in
and wealthy f family, and was somewhat &::1.ute:5 almost more thus fee hand the strain on his nerves relaxrf

in Keic York inclined t; look down upon the "1m- digest.'Where's. *I and he walked up the street and: ran tm
washed? He would rather sit alone in your appetite, old man, the winding iron stairs at the office

,,.. his room than associate with men whomhe You're not eating anything. Perhaps lightly as on that hopeful first day whii&
t considered coarse; so in revenge they con had a late breakfast and are no:, now seemed so long ago.

Copyright: by J. S. Li putt Company, Pirflnaolph. z:-, and Published by called him a "cad." hungry? He had hardly put his foot on the
r Special Arrangement through the Anericar Paw Association. If Archie had been his dearest friend "On the contrary," said Husb who threshold of the ''t''U' tin-, room d oorR hen
Hush could not have been more delighted was beginning to feel as though he were I the old messenger stepped up to him
1\1 II himthan he just at this ill and that he need have no,
to see was going to be and said "Just in time. sir. Mr. 3115.grave .
moment. He nearly shook his eye glasses more pride in the matter, "I have had here for
the voung man was evidently emb ir- cut it carefully out and filed it away sent: out you only fi e
off in his heartiness. no breakfast, and 1 am very hungrytoo sir and I told
outsiders in minutes this
rasped at meeting BO many with the criticism of the ; and he- ago. VJB
opera "
My dear boy, said Archie, never hungry, in fact, to eat.
the first had missed IE
the room. and the prima donna. though other hew York day you three
bought every paper
was more pleased in my life. But bow And he then made a clean breast of it,
f she wa annoyed at the inlCrT'icw.:16 that and read what it had to weeks. I'll go at once and tell turn tare
day is it that you are in Sew Y tr1: without and toid Archie just how he was sit- here sir'-whieii he did
most gracious in tier manner particularly the critiques for a scrap book.that returaia*
as he detected tiie lends of WestJfaxtin he intended devoting exclusively to letting me know uated. To say that amiable young man with the message that Mr. Musgrave: .
**I was waiting to get established, end was shocked would be doing injustice to,
mustache turning scornfully notices of his new idoL would like to see faun. "It never nisLut
then I meant to hunt ? '- .. He distressed -
you up his kind he- was genuinely
feared that the also it Rush he
and lours'thiought as
upward reporter Things were not as promising at the yet" walisd.
"And aren't but before
you at his friend's condition:
might notice his sneer Aunt liebecca office of The Dawn as Rush had anticipated eagerly to the little room.
exactly Hush with
Well said sfaint
not he
he entered into particulars or-
would have taken tilt: interviewer under from his first interview with the blush. "Ah, Mr. Hurlstone. how are YDtt-
her protection at once hut she was striking city editor His funds got lower and Archie noticed a slight embarrassment dered a bowl of bouillon which deviled was Sorry not to have been able to do &nr

for bigger o1me.. She had the musical lower and still nr. work came. But lie in his friend's T nnm py and determinedto easier of digestion than the thing for you before;;, but we have been
it and
critic of The Baby Trumpet by the fully determined to brave it out. for he find out what the trouble was-if kidneys, and he made Hush eat pretty well filled up. Just at this m.
and sodi-
ear, and was calling his critical attention knew his mother could not afford to bend then drink a glass brandy ment, however, we are short kanfe .
there was Rush at the same time Then when he had him into bister:
remarkable fionture added her any. work
to the by him any money from her limned income and I want to up a particular case
remembered that Archie was a man of condition he by scolding him for
; niece to the grand aria Hush recognized He had plenty of clothes and he at once. Do you know where the Academy
wealth or at least that his father was, not looking his friends. after: which '
in the reporter one of the men he had had paid his lodging a month in advance up of Music is?
office of The Dawn and he and hesitated to tall over his affairs with they discussed the situation calmly. Rush
een at the but the ready money for his looked at 1.USr:1't'e to see
l him l lest he should think he wanted to *"l made mind to give The
up my
listened attentively to learn 11(1the meals was slowly disappearing. He had whether he was joking: but he was
process of"interviewing" was carried on. given up the seventy-five cent dinners at borrow money. Dawn one more trial," said Rush, **and busily writing, and not even looking EJ
'This is luck indeed," said Archie, then, if there was no work for me there
"How were pleased reception "In I believe.1"Quite
you jour the Italian restaurant and was trying him. Irving place,
: Miss Unowltua?** the taking .his friend's arm and walking to try some other paper or break stones
reporter what fifteen cents would do in Wooster right. Irving place and Fourteenth
with him. "It is often that I the highway but 1 ce-ainJy'Would
"S along not on ;
inquired. street. Five cents served him for many street. I have been informedthat
"I was delighted nothing could have a Lre:. :!as:. At last he found himself am down town so early in the morning not go bask to Farmsted and sponge on there is a strike in the orchestra. I
but this is day at The Trumpet office mother. If a chance does not occur
been more cordial or more gratifying, reduced to ten cents, and still no "asn- pay want you to go up there and see Kr.Zlarmann .
and I hadn't bless myself with. here it will later: end I'm:
she answered. a cent: to sooner young
ment. There was but one thing to do and get what he hat to EJ
,; What's the ? You look astonished to wait for it.
'ls the music of the matter
opera pleasing to he could pawn his watch. He didn'thave about i:, and then see some of the or-
** :" the chance but it is
'There is
sing? to walk far along Chatham street always chearra and get their story. Wbat the
It does strain "I was astonished for a moment," replied devilish slow in corning sometimes.: 2sowif '
"Thoroughly so. not before he came to the establishment of :Bass Drum Says, 'Sow i: Strikes the
the voice, yet it displays its bes q u di- an accommodating Semite, who lent loinJnO Hush; "but I suppose you are you ere novtcKLnroud I'll put you in Cymbals'-good head lines eh?"

ties? on his timellieCt--unfurtunutclyan joking. I thought you were a bloated the way of a job that will bring you in Then, laying his pen down, ramsiiE;
*' ,hat impressed you most in the performance old fashioned one. In the mean time bondholder Archie." fifteen or 'w nIT dollars a week, and: his bands into the depths of his pockets

?" he had called upon Leoni and had been "Sol was. dear bogy." said Archie witha need not interfere with your work on and taking aim at Hush with one eye

"1 can tell you what impressed me the orged by her and both of her parents to sigh; "but 1 am so no longer. My The Dawn if you get any.: I'm not too he said, "Do you know MIss UnowltaL*
4 most Helen** exclaimed Mrs. Dick Grifrwold. share their savory Italian dinner.: He father died-rascally executors--the old proud to increase my limited income by Hush felt that he started and knew by

bursting in upon the interview."It could smell the odor of the spaghetti as story-mother, the girls and I left penniless the same means, but I tell you frankly, the tingling in his cheeks that he biushsdL

was in the scene with Tartalii, when he declined, hut he did so because he : but the worst is o't'"eCome have dear boy- I would not care to have it Luckily, )!:-. was thiakin;tis:
,f 4 you took the poor old thing's hand and ould no: bear to accept when he needed breakfast with me at iiouquic's. We'llhave known among the rich and great with own thoughts and, although his rkii

made her come down to the footlights- the food so sorely. The watch money deviled kidneys' and a bottle of whom I hobnob out of business hours. eye was staring bard at the young T::"I
t 1. She hadn't done anything to be sure, was soon eaten, and he was about to be- wine and I'll tell you what little there is Can you write poetry?" before him his mind was upon some
S but your manner in insisting upon herr ;in on his gold sleeve buttons when he to telL It may amuse you. Then we'll "Hardly that; but I can make rhymes," thing else.

sliaring the applause with you was beautiful :hought he would call on Mr. Spar at talk over old times and the present said Hush, wondering what bomb his ';1 must have an interview with tt?*

r It almost made me cry: for although his house and talk over the situation that is, if you are otherwise ; ed." friend was about to burst. %noa hon on this strike; it wouui be immense.

I never heard Tartalii in her with him out of business hours. "Unfortunately, no: I'm quite the gentleman "50 much the belter. A poet would Ill give you an open letter fan

prime 1 know she used to be a favorites He selected Sunday afternoon, and of leisure. My time's my own." scorn to engage in this business. but it is The Dawn, :2ilr. Ru=1stone. and she cano -

D and 1 always feel] the liveliest t started out 0:: & wall to the Spars resilience Hush would never have suspected from the fortune of the rhymester. ? ow. I am : refuss: : TOUTS a persuasive yocrginan.
; i pity for favorites who have outlived theirpopularity in Ninety-third street, with just his appearance that Archie Tilunghast paid 20 a week by the wealthy proprietor cog
; but who still have to keep before : five cents in iiis pocket. Hunger got the was not as ever. He was faultlessly of the Damascene soap to write too.**I fancy.and you must do r

; : the public to earn their bread and better of his pride, and he so timed iiis attired. Careful examination later rhymes in praise of his wares. I do the pretties
f butter. Put that in dear on showed a little wear in his clothes Seizing a pen he wrote in & quick
your paper icy visit as to arrive just at the dinner hour New York morning papers; and he told
'r t sir, and youwill have a charming incident D; o'clock, as the good man had once told that had come from hard and constant me the other day that if I could get up a iiowin:: hand:
." ; 1 ,"rattled on the vivacious Mrt. Dic!:. him to do when he offered iiis hospitality brushing, but their fit was perfect and new batch for the evening papers be WiD Miss Knowlton do Mr. Join

The rcjiorter thanked her and theE in a general way. The long walk had gave him the appearance of being better would like to have one, or. if I had not Gasper Plummett the honor of 1m;
donna also and bowed him lff' dressed than he really was. "You his representative Mr. H. Burb anc. the
1: prima acted as a tonic, and Hush was nearly the time, perhaps I could suggest some
out of the room the manager followingat famished when he reached the house look as much the man of wealthas one with a poetic talent who would take bearer her views on the recent strike
his elbow "The fellow didn't ever," said Rush, regarding Archie's among the musicians in Mr. Marmara!
poor He found Mr. Spar at home and delighted the job. He didn't know much about *
get much material for an interview to see him. They had a very cite style with admiration."Ah. poets hiInsP.Jf-thollbht they were rum orchestra for publication in The Dawn
there," thought Rush. "He'll have tot pleasant chat but Rush could not quite my boy, I've made the study of lot-and he would be obliged to me if I "There! 1 guess that will do it," sail

;i make his excuses to the city editor tonight. make up his mind to tell him just how economy a fine art. I can wear a coat would bag a Byron for him.. You're just Mr. Muscrave, running his eye rapidly
." The talking was resumed in the about as long as man ever over the note. "Now see how successfcl
any you saw
hard up he was. Perhaps he would feel the man. .No one need know it, and it
1 dressing room, but ouly in the shape of more confiding after dinner over a bottleof but it looks well to the end because will keep your stomach from getting! in you will be with your first assignment.:
f good nights. West Hastings said soma I don't wind telling you the secret-it Go to the Academy first. You ere racce'
s ; wine. He heard: the clock strike G, such a condition again as it was in whenI
tiling to Uncle Lightfoot in an undertone half past C; and finally 7. when his kind fits me, I have a jewel of a tailor, who found you. You need not be particular likely to find Miss Knowlton in later in

,: and the old beau put Mrs. Gris- host remarked: makes my clothes from a fashion book about being original: you can work over the day. Good luck to your
voId's ann through his. "Ill take you "I'm sorry you didn't come out to din- that 1 furnish him.. You smile. You your Tennyson or your Longfellow: only Hush stood a moment- in the corridor
k home Mrs. Dick: and if it isn't too late, ner.V always dine at 4 o'clock on will smile more when I tell you what get in the word Damascene and your und read Mr. Musgrave's note carefully

1I I'll stop and have a rubber with that lazy Sundays, to let the servant have a good the book it-Punch. Du Maurier's men duty's done. Meet me at the culb tomorrow over word by word."I .
-4 S Dick of ours, who I'll wager is toasting -- evening out. She needs the rest poor dress like gentlemen, not like tailors' with a batch of verses. We'll dine don't think I shall ever forget this
S. his toes and reading the stock market thing, and we dine so heartily that we dummies. My clothes are the envy of tobe".beand in the mean time 111800 old day," said he to himself as the glass door
reports before the fire." don't get hungry again until the net the club. They think I get them direct Pennypacker have check ready for clicked behind him.

::4 "Ill gladly accept your invitation, morning? (Rush really feared that Mr. from Poole. If I were not a journalist I you from which I will deduct s z;that Im
Uncle Lightfoot, and well leave West to ': Spar would see him change color.) "But should be a tailor. The art of dress is a going give you now." CHAPTER

h Helen's tender mercies. Will you take 1! my wife will be delighted to get you upa great art. Think of the pleasure of creat- 2so.; Archie, old man said Rush, USH HtIIr
f good care of him, Helen and keep him little supper; for it must be after your ing a well dressed man! But here we pushing away his hand and with difficulty STONEkst
out of mischief?"said Mrs. Dick. dinner hour." ere at Mouquin's. I see they have my speaking for the lump in his is
h fl "If that be possible,"replied the prima Hush wouldn't listen to such a propo table ready for me. I breakfast here throat. Wait till rTe earned it. Your no time the

1r florin. RTT1mn "But in the mean time sition. Thanking his host he soon bade every Tuesday morning." kindness has completely upset me but I reaching of
I shall have to ask him to take a beat in him farewell, and went out into the Archie entered the room with the dig- can't take 111 Academy
your money. gladly Hewasfurtunase
the green ron while 1 get ready fur the street. His state of mind was not envi nity of a lord mayor at the great banquetof my hand at the soap verses and take mv try Music.
treet." able. Be was the possessor of five cents, the year. As they seated themselvesat when
pay they're written; but not till find
At this all the visitors retired, and and he was just four miles from his the table, he said to the waiter: then." h to

Hush hurried off to a room somewhere i lodgings. Should he in his weak state "The same breakfast, Louis-only "Nonsense! What is a friend for if V Marmsann m
3 up among the "files." where be transformed walk home and spend the five cents forsomething enough for two; and don't let the cook not to help one when he needs it? I shall little room be-

himself from a warrior of Troy to eat or should he ride home burn those kidneys. I am very particular really feel hurt, Lush, if you refuse me. the box o-

into a peaceful citizen of dew York. and go without food The cravings of you know; and they were a little I wouldn't treat you as formally. It's! ,,where heQI
f. his stomach answered the too brown last week. Now dear the f oss*
; question, and boy, only $0, and you will have earned it before 0
CHAPTER IT. !i finding a German bake shop open, he turning to Rush, teH me something midnight m lay a wager. Come, fresh glass of
bought a five cent loaf of bread. Then about from ha
I HE first old mar.. don't make me feel that I am
thingRushHurlstone :, he walked over to Central park. Select- "You have whetted my curiosity to asking you to do something dishonorable. % m11*-
Log a secluded seat he ate half of the hear your own story. Archie Tiflinghast Much more than a paltry $5 has The day
.. loaf, put the other half in his pocket for is was a rather
p X 4, did uponawaking as a workinginan something I never passed between us at college.
'ss r the nest day. and walked wearily backto dreamt of. You spoke of journalism, so "Yes, to be sure there has, but neitherof warm one for March and Mr. Msxmara

k I the morn West Eleventh street. that is your profession is it, and you are us needed it as much then as we do -a small, stout man with a very red
'1 ,. ing after He made up his mind that night as he on The Trumpet What do you do?" now. It is much easier to borrow moneyfor face-bad removed his collar and necktie -

+n his operatic gassed I excitedly from one side of his bed "What don't I do, you might ask with tomfoolery than for food. But HI das which lay on the table in front of

fc experience i t.othe other, that be bad d.r.watime r greater propriety. Well I do little odds 1 would be done by; HI take your $5, him, beside his beer mug. His waif
was I enough in trying to get a position on The and ends of everything; but my great Archie, and try to think that it is old was unbuttoned and thrown bacl ,reveal*
j to turn to : Dawn, and that he would try his hand day is Sunday. A page of the Sunday times. I feel that this is the turning mg a not too immaculate shirt front.Husb .

" z the amusement : at something else if he did not get an as- paper is given over to my pen" point: and I can't thank you enough" as soon as he announced that h*
column of The j Bignment the next morning. He started "A page! you must be making a fortune "Don't mention it, dear boy. rmsorrv was from The Dawn was ushered into I

t Dawn to see what j,' listlessly down town, and lug landlady, Archie." you take a trifle so seriously. It aft the manager's presence but was abas*
i: the learned criticof as she passed him on the steps shook her Tm not a 'space man' dear boy; it is comes of the condition of.your stomach. to retreat with an apology for intruding

that paper had ;, bead, and said to herself: the salaried men-the small salaried I think you can venture on eating a upon his deshabille, when the little mss

.. E to say about Miss "That young man is not getting enough man I should say who fill two columns fairly hearty dinner to-night and a b7oo sprang to his feet and embraced him fa
s tL Kno ltcm.s per- to eat. I've suspected something ever a day and a page on Sunday." breakfast to-morrow. And then the most affectionate manner
since be stopped his coffee and rolls If "But what department dine vou 'Goine ride in, mem dear ***
l' f orinance. It was gets a page to must with me at the club to-morrow voung ge
it was want of money be need only have itself djeman," said he *
half Hash into
a most flattering night at past 6 sharp, for I have three forcing
> ;l'c; > lm"li even be could not nave asked told me he was a little short. I'd trust "The one that least deserves it-so- receptions and a wedding on hand BT chair *4Sid town and make yourself*i I

k' far anything better. When his eyereached that face for any amount. Poor young ciety. You know that I am connectedby the way, put on your dress coat, for I home. A glass here you young rascal
1:. the last fine however he was astonished gentleman! be doesn't look like the same blood or marriagewith half the society shall take you to one of the receptions (This to the office boy.) Then fiHiag the- I

to catch the sub-head, "After person be did sir weeks ago.? people of Sew York, and, notwithstanding with me at my uncle Archer's. I want two mugs Your bOOt hd my friest.* s I

j the Open.: WhatthePrim&DonnaThink't *;, Rush was just about: in front of the the loss of my money, I am invited you to know my cousin,Bessie Archer. Hush drank the toast and explained
Astor house when him his
; of her Ursr Hole followed by asiout column 1 some one slapped everywhere. Young men are She's an awfully jolly girl rn tell them business.
of solid type describing the scene: in nn thf hack and called him by name. scarce end well connected young men I'm going to bring you. They win be "Yes, you may call it a strike a lets
t ;,. flee dressing room, the Trojan soldier J and looking around he saw his told col- are at a premium, and 1 am invited none delighted, for they're often heard me one; but I clan' "tint well bat any ma

(Bush himself) who stood guard at her 1 lese friend Archie TflUngbasL Archie the less because I write the society notes speak of you. Come: cheer up man: dianbie.: It an comes of tad flageolet ofn11T1r
IIoar. the appearance of the prima donna Tiliinghast was in a class ahead of Hush for The Trumpet. Time was when an you look 50 per cent. better already "So ach a stupid TeDO He's a
among her friends, with her three lines i Hurlstone.and bad graduated since Hush American gentleman seriously objectedto long,' and don't forget to-morrow'mgbt regular agidator and he won'd be habiy
cf yrnTu-pflipr elaborated into a hundred f left Harvard They had not been particularly having his haUs and routs described 'Powwow* dab,Fifth arcane and Sine-, tm he gets up a row. He's sngceeded

and what 1lrs. Dick Griswold had intimate at college, but Rush in the newspapers; but it is done much teenth street." Archie put out his hand making some of the odder tink that
aid worked cp into a most dramatic: had always liked Archie because he was nowadays that his wife is afraid they and Bosh took it with a grip that drove they wand more money for rehearsalSt

--: .-.eUC incident ATtcy'pffa;' it gentle in his manners and. because the will be called nobodies if their name is the rings on his friend's fingers into the but they don
was as limy a piece of reportorial ingenuity other students were rather inclined to not seen in print in connection with the flesh; but the latter was too polite to lame men are never satisfied.: That's athere
poke fun at him. They called him a winter's festi1"t I wince is the all
as Hush had ever met with He e& am in great demand ; performances win go on
"cad. and jeered him for_.reading_De from Hurray IFiII_to :Mackerel-j J, Before he couldqurte-man :Tncclfto tide. Do you care for music? Of comse

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-f taste. lIef are some & -. forth.Bon His landlady met hinfin theliaTL go back empty handed, he would say facts that there stared her in the face. I had three receptions this evening. One r rI

4s d refuse me. I nefer asked you a" he jour, Mme Pinot," he said, gayly that although she did not believe ill At the time when Rush Hurlstone be- is that of the Daughters of Sappho, who I
as I
}' IoD before. Come, and bring her. ran downstairs; but Mme. Pinol strikes, her sympathies were with the came acquainted with her she was deeply I hold their annual reunion at Delmoni-
nTOr was so struck f
winked his good nat- with his changed strikers this instance. interested in esoteric Buddhism and had
manager -
the appearance : co's; but that won't keep me long. I'll
;- W fishy gray eye at Rush, who smiled return that his she could not find words to "They did not strike for higher pay" attended some questionable meetings at get a programme and flee. The other is
i ur be, thought who the only salutation. she said, "but for what they had already
; io him as "Well the apartment of the high priestess of at the house of the California millionaire -
'' "be?/rag; said it said she, in French, for she earned. I do not, however, want to ac- Buddha, a certain Mme. Parapoff, who McMulligan, who owns a palace in
Rash b:1nked Mr. Maxmann for his to herself, "something has hap- cuse Mr. Maxmann. He had no inten- drew around her a wholly Bohemianand : Fifth avenue; and that will not delay
and had just risen to leave the pened: he doesn't look like the tion of cheating them out of their
same per- money; partially vicious lot of people, mostly : me either, for the genial McMulligan
eourteS1b en the door burst open and a son saw this morning." he only wants time. You see, Italian men, among whom she sat Smoking himself has promised me a printed list

f'O 'attired young woman swooped inpyly color And' indeed he did not. There was ain opera is very expensive, and the ex- cigarettes and discoursing of the strange of his guests. Then wo will fly to m;

I beg the reader's indulgencePaying his cheeks and a brightness. in penses are not properly apportioned.We things she had seen in India. She worea uncle Archer's, where we are sure to
swooped," but no other word Ins eye that had not been there in many prime donne are not paid in the brooch which she said had been pluckedout have a pleasant evening."

JJJoM describe this young person's man- I a day. His encounter with Archie Til- right way. We should not get such of the forehead of a departed Hindoo So, donning their overcoats, the two

of entrance. I linghast and his assignment from The large certainties. 1 have always held and placed at her throat. Did any one .I set out.
Del are, papal said she, Dawn office would have been that a prima don/ia should be paid in
-Ah, here you I exciting<<: doubt her? There was the brooch. They walked down to Delmonico's,
.sine. the manager a resounding kks I enough without this great climax. proportion to her 4drawing powers-a Mme. Parapoff was a very clever wo- then in Fourteenth street, where the
P nhis bald head. "I was afraid you'd I I He lost no time in walking to West small certainty and a percentage." man, and had written a book entitled Daughters of Sappho were having a
Scone before I got here; but I've been I Twentieth street, but when ho turned "Hear that child, now!'' interruptedAunt "The Rending of the Veil" which no : grand time.% The meeting had been

{eying round like a hen on a hot griddle I into that street and the little gothic houses Rebecca "you might know that one read, but which every one said wasa called order when they arrived, and

rji the morning rehearsals and costuns- I stood in all their prettiness before him, she was an artist-no head for business.A wonderful production. It was in two Mrs. Lavinia Hopper-Walker was begin-

ers!., Acre's no rest for the wicked. Don'tforget I ho slackened his speed. For a moment small certainty, indeed! Who ever large folio volumes, filled with illustra- ning her essay on "The Weaker Sex,"
you're to take ino out to dinner he thought that he was ill, but he concluded heard of such a thing?" tions, showing the veil before and after I which she proved to their entire satis-

You must give me a good one, I that it was only the effects of an "Not a prima donna I will venture to the rending, and giving the mystic signs faction to be the male.

toIlloAU the exercise I've had today hasRssrn I exciting day. Back and forth he walked say," said Helen. "No manager wouldbe known only to those who had sought "Who behaves the most calmly in

m3 an appetite and a thirst too; in front of the house ho was so soon to bold enough to mention the subject faithfully for esoteric information on I times of emergency:" asked Mrs. Hop-

don't forget that,papa-and a thirst too." I enter, and could not make up his mindto in her presence." this subject. : per-Walker, "the woman or the man? I

Then, suddenly discovering Hush who pull the bell"handle. "Rush Hurlstone, So they chatted on for fiften or twenty Mme. Parapoff, as I have said, was : need hardly say it is the woman. The

iras tugging ineffectually at a spring you're a fool! he finally said. "Don't. minutes."I clever, but she had a face that would woman will endure suffering without
you know this is business:" Then he I have been very frank with off who
loci. you frighten any one was not particularly j flinching, while a man in the dentist's
font you introduce met mounted the steps and rang the bell. : Mr. Hurlstone" said Helen, "and I leaveit anxious to learn that which she chair has been known to kick great holesin

"You didn't give me time, paby. Mr. How musically tinkled in the basement for you to draw the line between what alone professed to teach. Bessie Archer ,i the wall while his teeth were being

Hurlstoue, of The Dawn. Rush bowed below! The door was opened by a man I have said to you and what 1 have said was never more alarmed in her life than filled." [Applause.] "Who are seized

politelf."Happy. servant in livery,of whom he demanded to The Dawn. I think that I am perfectly on her first visit to Mme ParapofTs i I with panic at a fire-the men or the

to meet you, Mr. Hurlstone, "Is Miss Knowlton in?" safe in trusting myself in your hands." "bungalow," as the latter called it. She : women? Statistics will prove to you that
Dawn said the "I will inquire if you will be good And she gave him a look of such confidence had such
of The young woman, never seen a looking woman >! half the trouble during a fire in a theatreor
rtariag boldly into his eyes, as she put I enough to send up your card," replied that he was quite beside himc-_lf. before; her face repelled her, but her : other public hall is invariably causedby

outlier large hand, swathed in lavender tho man, with the evasive answer of the Both Helen and her aunt were pleased manner was reassuring. The Russian :, the pushing and crowding of the

colored kids, for him to shake. "Hope ;I well trained servant of a public person, with Rush. "When you are at the the- was a thorough woman of the world, men, who will stamp out the life of any

you've had a satisfactory chat with papa, I at the same time ushering Rush, who atre come around and see us," said Aunt and she saw that in this visitor she had i: one who gets in their way. If this is not

and that he's given you lots of items for I handed him Mr. Musgrave's note of introduction Rebecca at parting. He was so young a fish of a new sort to deal with, who ; proof that man is the weaker vessel,

jour paper and tickets for yourself." into a gem of a drawingroom. and so enthusiastic that she liked him; could not be caught with the common what is? To me it is sufficient." [Great
"Your father has Lten"ery kind," A grand piano stood in the midI and then he was a "newspaper man!" I bait thrown to the men around her. i app'ause.]

Laid: < Rush. But he had hardly said the I I dIe of the room, which was adorned with I Rush had a column of The Dawn for i Only the choicest morSel would attract I But Mrs. Hopper-Walker thought that

kst word when she gavo vent to such a fine paintings and some rare portraits of his story, and it was a good one. The : her. She must be careful not to offend : the others needed further proof; for she ,

laugh as he had never heard from the I: distinguished singers. Flowers in baskets city editor complimented him upon it, her by speaking too plainly before her at | continued to present them with stastistical -
mouth of woman before, and the oldmanagers and in vases filled the place with a and told him to come inside the next day first, and she must"not give her her evidence for half'an hour longer at

face was actually purple in I rich perfume. Easy chairs and bricai I i and he would try to find him a desk. So famous pamphlet, "Naked, and not :, least. In the mean time Archie found

his efforts to keep from bursting. I brac abounded. The whole atmosphereof : at last ho had got a foothold, and his Ashamed," to read until she was quite I! the president of the club, Mrs. Merrie

"There! you've said enough," said she, the room was one of luxury and good : prospects seemed to him simply dazzling. sure of her. Bessie had induced her ; l\lay.who gave him a programme of the
u soon as she could control her laughter I taste. "This is her home" thought 1I I II What a glowing letter he wrote home! useful cousin, Archie Tillinghast to ac- I evening's exercises and a printed synop-

"that's as much as I can stand for I Rush, looking about him; "these are the ; It was to his mother, with whom he company her to Mme. ParapofTs. Archie sis of the different speeches. While

one afternoon." I rugs her tiny feet tread upon: these are could be confidential, and the glowingwas didn't want to go at all, but he was con- Archie was attending to his duties, Rush

The office boy entered the room at this ,i her books; there stands her piano, over largely about Helen Knowlton. vinced that Bessie would go alone if he was looking about the room at the strange

moment. Rush availed himself of the whose ivory keys her ivory fingers 1" "How young men will rave over women didn't go with her. people ranged along the walL A gentleman -

tpportunity to escape and bowed himself glide. In this way he amused himself ; on the stage!" said that good lady. "Rum girl, Cousin Bess," he said to with a very high forehead and a
until ho heard the rustling of woman's "But it will blow over. 1 won't scold him Rush dollar, but ,
out. The manager was choking with sup- a ; "bright as a slippery as blonde beard that grew in irregular spots
yet, dear boy! And she put the letter
on the stairs. His heart stopped an eel never can tell where she is !
pressed laughter and the young woman gown carefully in her writing desk, that ; you about his face wherever it could piercethe
was pounding him on the back as Rush beating and seemed to grow so big that "the girls"away might not see it. going to bob up. Beastly place, that : surface tapped him upon the shoulder

turned to make his parting bow. he was afraid he could not speak when ParapofFs. A lot of hairy men, smelling ;f after a while, and said:

"Good heavens said the young man i she entered. Ten thousand thoughts flew CHAPTER VI. of whisky and tobacco smoke, lolling \ "I saw you at the offico of The Dawn

himself as he stepped out upon the through his mind. He arose from his i around the floor on skins, puffing their the other day, so I presume you are a
ridewalk "I was just pitying Maxmannfor chair, and, shutting his eyes said to : ESSIE ARCHER vile pipes in the face of the priestess, ': reporter and would like some points for man

having such a loud, vulgar daughter, himself: "When that door opens I shall I ";", 's was who sat on a sort of raised place in a big : article for your paper-the names of

and to think that she is a matter of see the most divinely beautiful creature ; l "1 the only chair and smoked cigarettes, partly in : the distinguished people here this evening -

thoice! This is the stage, is it? This is that treads this earth; one for whom I child o.fwealthy self defense and partly to show her very i etc." And, before Rush could say

the sort of man who comes in daily contact would lie down and die-nay, more, for r pa- white and well kept hands and hand- that he was:\ not there as a representative -
with Helen Knowlton. Well, she is whom I would stand up and live." rents, and some rings. Hers were the only clean : of his paper, the man ran his fin-
ta angel, so I suppose she can walk A sort of ecstasy took possession of : her one hands in the room. Such a lot of tramps! | gers through his straggling locks and,
through fire without being scorched; but him. The door swung back on its hinges; 1 trouble inc I don't believe they had a change of i< drawing himself up to his full 5 feet 4i

ifs a pity she has to do it. If I had a1nfllica he opened his eyes and Aunt Rebecca life was that she shirts among them." i! inches, said, "Tho lady reading the ad-

dollars would send it to her Sandford entered the room. Rush start- had no serious oc- "And did Miss Archer find pleasure '! dress is Mrs. Lavinia Hopper-Walker,"

anonymously and beg her to take it and ed. If he had been struck in the face he % n"" cupation. She in their society?" asked Rush. |! adding in a most impressive whisper,

retire into private life." could not have had a harder blow. It'' / I had a much better "She tried to think she did. At any irate j I "my wife! I am Tobias T. Hopper-
"fjI mind than theaverage
Standing by the stage door of the took him a few seconds to recover his f"I .(p l 1 and she was doing something out of the Walker. T. stands for Tartar. My
Academy, Rush saw a group of excited wits. If he had had to speak first he girl, common, and there is great satisfaction i mother was a Tartar."
ben gesticulating after the manner of would certainly have disgraced himself, she was intelligent enough to be conscious I in that to some people, old boy," an- Rush thought that his wife was a Tar-

fmio ers. When he came up to them he but Aunt Rebecca began at once. of her own shortcomings. She swered Archie. "I'm very fond of DesI I tar also, but he: didn't say so.

knew at once that they were the striking "She's very busy just at this moment" wanted to be great, and she was only Sle, otherwise you wouldn't find me trot-i! "Mrs. Lavinia Hopper-Walker is a

duaViins, among them being the bellig- (Miss Sandford had an ugly way of saying clever. Her father had taken unusual ting around to these tiresome places with I' most remarkable woman, sir. She can

freest flageolet, as Rush could ECO by the "she" or "her" when she meant her pains with her education, and the ad- her-labor reform meetings, negro equal-i take the floor against any man,and shut
niece, forgetting that there were any vantages that he would have given to ity meetings and Indian meetings. 'If'>' him up before he knows where ho is.'*

shape of the little leather case he carried other sires or hers in the world), "and a son were as far as possible given to you won't go with me I'll go alone,' she Rush looked at Mrs. Hopper-Walker,
in his liand. He at began talkingwith She could translate Heine and De I
once her.
asked me to step down and bee you. I'm says; and what's a fellow to do? Duty I who at this moment was making one of
the men, who were very glad to tell Musset very gracefully, and had put remarks the
their very partial to press hors mvself. Mr. calls and I obey. her most cutting at expense
story to reporter. It was a very Hailstorm" (another ugly trick of 'hers Horace into respectable English verse. I This conversation took place in the of man. Her eyes were fixed upon her
different one from that of the Some of her Heine and De Musset trans-
manager. !
and the of
was to get people's names wrong), "and Powwow club, where Archie and Rush husband expression superiority .
He didn't want to them at all, they lations she had set to music, and she I
pay her face
I'm always glad to have a little chat were dining according to the promise that passed over was a study
said: and vowed that he had no money with them. Take a seat, pray. You sang them with a great deal of taste. given in a previous chapter. They had I for a tragedian. The expression on his
'Mooch lika that said the flageolet. But she tired of translating and writing
wanted to see her about that strike. a good dinner and a powwow that did face would better have served the come-
He hara plenty money. He upend him Well, now, I really don't see how she songs began to bore her. She wanted to honor to the name of the club. As they dian, it was so self deprecatory and
-oh, yes, he spend plenty fora his Bebe could say anything on that subject. She'doesn't do something of more consequence in sat over the walnuts and the wine, Archie showed such satisfaction in being the
he "
calla her. been born and
the world. Having took from his and said "Hero weaker vessel.
want to pitch into Maxmann be- $15 pocket, ,
Rush."Shall you play to-morrow asked cause the man really means well; but, I brought up in luxury, she thought she is the rest of your money, old boy; I have !, "This is a most representative gather-
i would like to be a labor reformer, and so deducted the I struck old !! ," he whispered. "There is Mrs. Ann
"Si, si," answered the you know, Italian opera is an expensive I $5. Penny- ing
spokesman the
acHe luxury. That's why it's fashionahlu. It'll | she attended some noisy meetings at packer for $20. Let's see what you'vewritten. I Amelia de Johnstone, president of the
pay we play. We tella him he
no her I
Cooper Union, accompanied by '
Women Who Dare society. It meets
never be popular though, mark 1:
pay we no
play. I
instead of
By further words. English opera is wluit'll: cousin Archie Tillinghast. Rush, a little embarrassed, tried to put every week at her house in Williams-
Rush learned
that questioning being disillusionized thereby-she got up off the evil moment. burg, where it enjoys a most intellectual
there had been a close approach to the people. If that child ever sings in quite a sentimental feeling about the "
i : "Nonsense, man! said Archie. "Out : evening.
trouble at the rehearsal that English opera she'll make her everlasting :I 'horny handed sons of toil." So regu- with them. You know this is not Rush looked in the direction indicated

morning-that the musicians, led by the fortune. I tell her so, too; but they all larly did she attend these meetings that posed to be poetry. I'm not a critic sup-; ; by Mr. Hopper-Walker's long forefinger

flageolet, had refused to go on till they have a foolish pride about Italian opera. she became known by sight to some anything with a rhyme will do, so long as I. and saw a woman with a high forehead

Cot had their money, and that Maxmann It's nonsense, arrant nonsense. The biggest of the professional agitators, and you get in the magic word; Damascene." decorated with thin, tight curls. Her
said positively he had not dollar is in the English you bold call her :
U1 the a money opera one of them made to at So Rush pulled the papers out of his eyes were large, and their prominence
bank, but would pay them in fullon mark my words." house and ask her for funds to carryon pocket,and puffed vigorously his cigar I was exaggerated by the powerful glasses
the first of the month when he would Rush had doubt that she was cor- smooth
no the good work. was a I with an assumed ahof indifference. she wore on her very retrousse nose. .Indeed -
Set an assessment from the directors. but he hadn't come there to hear and he her to
rect, tongued fellow, urged Archie spread the sheets out before him, I her nose turned up with so much
They Illd heard that story before, and Miss Rebecca Sanford's opinion of the write a labor reform pamphlet, which he I cracked the soft shelled almonds with determination that it carried her upper

refused" to put any confidence in it, and relative merits of English and Italianopera. engaged to print and send broadcast over one hand while he held the manuscript :! lip with it, exposing her two large front
have walked off with their instru Ho diplomatic man, land-if she would the I I
was a young the pay expenses. i with the other, and read the following teeth to the public gaze.
ments under their arms if Miss Knowl- however, and when he found that the But the labor reformers palled upon I lines: i iI I "Mrs. De Johnstone is very clever,"
ton !
Listed had not come to the rescue and in" prospect of seeing Miss Knowlton looked her after a while, and she began to think I Like the blushes that paint the sunrise ', continued Hopper-Walker. "She writes

with that the orchestra should bo paid dim, he tried all his arts. When Aunt deeply upon the subject of negro equal- Are the blushes on her cheek; for the magazines and pamphlets by the
the which who an impulsive woman She talked about it to And the thrush's note in the woodlandI
money was due her that Rebecca, was ity. every one score. I suppose you have read her bookon
;iay, and which she knew Maxmann for all her shrewdness and brusque man- hear when she doth speak. the form of marriage proposals
would who would argue or agree with h'er. She Like a feather that's lightly blowing among
could have ready for her, because he ner, learned that it was his first assignment attended some meetings held to discuss Is her white and tiny hand; the ancient Egyptians? She holds that
not afford t'O treat her as he had she took a personal interest, and and invited the African Ah she's the fairest maidenIn women proposed in those days and advocates -
the subject, once
the poor musicians. said he should "see that child as sure as all the broad green land. the olden custom. Mrs. Hopper-
"and orator home to dinner. She said that But the sweetest charms she owneth !
UNoble creature! said Rush to him- there was a Moses in the bulrushes I II Walker has written an answer to this,in
had her hands white
Ie ; she "no vulgar race prejudices; Are so pearly ;
: e is as good as she is great"na she left the room to fetch her. but her (father! had, and the dinner party I For she washes them with Damascene which she proves that the custom is even

her, to think that he was going to see This time there was no mistake. Rush did not come off. Encouraged by her I Each morning and each night. older than Mrs. De Johnstone claims,
and on that veT day too! heard the clear notes of Miss Knowlton'svoice the told her "Bravo! bravo!" he exclaimed. "You and that that lady's theories have even

th H"I theatre i learned from some of the people of as she descended the stairs, and in that patronage he had, no orator vulgar race prejudices one day could not have done better if you'd been : been in practice in this country for

aunt that she drove out with her a moment she was advancing toward either, and that he would as lief marry a in training fora month. This is just the '! years. It is a good custom for some
she re1. afternoon on the days when him with her hand extended. Such a white colored one. He ad- thing." And, hastily glancing over the women. I know a number who would
woman as a
thezn dn t ring: and, as this was one of beautiful hand, too! It felt like a rose vanced this belief with so much mean- I others, "Ah, I see you've dropped a little : not have been married if it had not pre

not Rush concluded that he would leaf as it lay in his for half a second. I that Miss Archer the bell and humor into these. That's good; but it's vailed." He cast a furtive glance in the.
find ing rang
had better her at home then, but that he "I am very glad to meet you, Mr. I ordered the servant to put him out of the I the sentiment that fetches old Penny- direction of Mrs. Hopper-Walker, who
if I
dinner call at her house just before Hurlstone, and shall be most"happy ,; house. After that day she carefully packer. You've more than earned :your I was just taking her seat amidst the most
tim when he would be of service to you. so I hope conscience is at
be pretty can any I coney; your : enthusiastic applause.At .
lUre avoided the of
of finding her she sat down on one side of him subject negro equality "
In. This give Then
hhn would the I ease. this moment Archie put his arm
and turned her attention to ameJiora-1
to dress, as it not 5 Aunt Rebecca sat on the other), and : Rush's and said it time for
0' loCle was quite ( told tion of the condition of the Indym. This Rush reassured him on this point by through was
So he hurried over to West "took him all in, as she afterwards I her than usual but pocketing the money, and at the same them to be off. .Rush thanked Mr. Hop
eVenth made fancy pleased longer ;
h'ev srreet. him. She saw a tall, well young after she had made quite a collection of time he told him that his prospects at per-Walker, and the two young men

mse 1t before did this young man dress man with brown hair, a clear, dark skin, Indian trophies, and read a good deal, The Dawn office were improving; but he went down stairs to the cafe and seated
with that budding
tak so much care. He had and strong, white teeth a of Indian lit- didn't say where his assignment had themselves at a small table. While they
en big conceal. He more particularly poems,
he took USUal bath in the morning, but mustache made no effort to and he had erature, she went out to the plains to taken him, for fear of betraying himselfif drank a jug of German seltzer Archie
n other, and put on the best of was certainly handsome, an visit a friend who had married an army he spoke upon a subject so near his wrote out his report of the Sappho and
big stock n8 he owned. He looked over easy, natural manner, that was very at- officer. There she saw the Indian di- heart. : sent it down to The Trumpet office.

B me1 of sh arts with the eye of a tractive. would rather not vested of romance. She thought him a "Now, Rush, my boy," said Archie, uThe 's o.t lnKE.the like/ get-

hfgb, h The_ collar' of one was too About tho strike she very-uninteresting and looking at his watch, "I don't like to appear !
personage preferred
e collar he had taken the
of another too low. Fi- anything, but, as rude but I told I Continued Page 6. ,
ni11 say know
-..l- ih-!.completed his- -toilet and set trouble to find her and_did not,want to _the legends of the poets to the you you >





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( i i the chances that it will pass as take the stock: subscription list and have 1 A Marshal Saved Life and Hair.#. I I CARDS.
THE FLORIDA STAR. I are MOTICELI, FLA., Jan. 21'S ---......
; the same completed to the amount nec- : 4 GIS G BAS
.. i. amended. Afer. Lippman Bros.. .Szrarwc/i, Ga., | L \. ,
i I Said committee ; .
i build the
PUBLISHED EVEBY mC DAT. L'\ THE HOUSE.: essary to Propritifrrt P. P. P. : .

i I''I The House joint resolutiono.- 31asking ;consisted of Captain W. H. Sharpe, For the past eight years I have been ir AWY-AT-Ui AND NmARY

f: ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Paffifla ; Congress to require the completion +: Captain R. P. Paddion and Mr. J. F.j bad health, suffering"with malaria, rheu- RIFl

: i! mati_:m. Iyspei>=ia. drop..y, my diction :
$lJ O per Annum. of the railroad from Amelia IJand, Wooten. i ub- bad and my hair all came out. In fact Rock Ledge,

J on the Atlantic coast, to Tampa bay or t It was then moved and seconded that I ",nearly a wreck. 1 had taken kidneyand

Entered at the Poet Of! a* Tittarilk cu declare the lands granted it forfeited, the meeting stand adjourned until the : blood" medicinewhich did mo no TJ L. GAULDEN,

.hJr.d-C/mt* Jlattrt : introduced. The most important; 14th day of June, 1S9, same hour and { When I began taking P. PP., .
weak a
about three months aso, I was a a-
f f.J J, THE STAB is the OFFICIAL newiIt3pt'I measure that passed third reading were place-1 o'clock. Hill's Hall. Cocoa-to :, child. I have only taken foar bottles man :i ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

'. for Brevard c JW1t;. the bill to establish a uniform system of: hear report of the committee and that it :': size\, and to-day lama well man, and rat i! Titu-ville, Flom.
I common schools and high schools. the be adorertid in all the county papers hair ha 4'come"ainnn.. I cannot recommend i,
The Star La+* the Lar:( t circulation I P. P. P. too-bi b-] ----
.' C of anr paper on the East coast of Fla. ; bill to prohibit transportation companies :I and a full meeting of the citizens re- W. F. "\VABXI JONES d WILLIAM.ittornej .-,

; from carrying freight on Sunday and the quested Marshal Montietllo. Fla.!

c i' : nuikea A SQCAKElsonelnebln tolcxon.always spac*; 24 squares : bill providing for establishing county !i j i E. P. POBCHEE Secretary. Witness: F. C. O"ES'. "%-atLau.Tituville .

{ j board.- health. This gives such board-= I .
y ... YorJif1Tt'nl.ior rates r_ngnitwottbe EditQr I Eatmetack." a tit:iIi! a id frI _rtnt Jot'rltIE'. ; Advice 90TE to Mothen.Urs.Wlssfl'sr's ..GST rp6 :o.1ata"en P.. lit
.. &
,II't enclosing t1rQ sent ttainp.SEXATOB in conntie where there are seaport town, 1 Price: 5 s.ir3 W cent' S:>12 b' u.t-c2! i!: Ort;, be used -srbea cLildren are C>ltir.g teeth. It n> -

power to declare temporary quarantine TIttiTI a fix lLPTeI httl'-ruSereratoacc;uprodaoesixataraJ M. ROBBI .
1 bright
of Gfflria who i- !'hik Cur will itrmiiisttlr rt-lif'Tt" Crp, quiet sleepandthelixerhernhawahesaa GEO.
q BBOWS, bi lt :
such rules Uft*
and establish amay ; w bo:.pinE Cough wd roccLitu Sold by Dictsoii &a a baUos." it is TTJ pleasant to _

: ,. living at Atlanta i ii not expected to recover -! thought nece-iary, subject to revision by i! & Grey I, pat-.alsaathebowea.; ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.

from hipreent ilinesti the State board of health. The paa2 I i for diarrhoea, whether ansns Iron boos.Indian teeshii. w-
otez causes.: Tre ty'tre pests a TI1T-MLLE, Fw.I .
advocated \Views of a Coniini ion 3Ian. I
: of the bill wa earnestly by i I

THE President h2.-jointed Mr Alexander ; the members from Pen aoola. Key Wet, i Frog; tilt Orang* Couvtj P
Lynch to be yeti!
rille land offiCt", nd Mr.1'olnecJ. Ship-: ; The legislators are working hard tu I' L. Good-ell. We ask a careful lotI Schedules in effect MAY 12. 15*?. : ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

man receiver of public montY of the !1 wind up all bu=ine-*? of general intent | rural of it by every orange grower in the : STEAMER ST. LUCIE, P. o Box 2P, E!SF UJ ru

same office. Thee per* DP, ruptrcede Mr. : thi- \ {-'k. They don't like the idea Clf: : F_=tate. )Ir. Good-
S. C. Tucker and J. T. G. Cra*ford. the : having Sunday counted out. and this i Is : term, the whole HCretof unsatisfactory I Arrives at Melbourne........._.12 noon Circuit c.jrrt"e (:oust. ,

latter of wbom i= dangerou-ly ill at thi- : spurring them to make up all the lost I return for Florida orange He is ready +i Returning: i ALLEN E. HEYsER. --

time. time po"ible. I to buy three thousand to five thousand Leaves Melbourne.......T._.12 noon J I -

i-. .. I THE NIGHT rE- IOX. : boles per \t"e-ek. if the grower will stop II Arrives Titusville................- G P m i Ii i Attorney-at-Law 1 a!i C H1fY Ltl,

Fourth of July Celebration : The House tonight pasted a number of! 1 sending forward fruit on consignment.But I Above daily except Sunday. 1 Lake Worth Dade Cvuci .

,= at Tltust;Ille. : bilK on second and third reading. the h;cannot buy and compete in price I STEAMER GEORGI ANA. : FierilyW111

i' mot important of the latter being the with the man who sells on a C mmi -ion. Leaves Melbourne..................... -3am furni-h Abstracts TiLe i.v rlai
It ; that the people of Titu ille I County land-.
seems : Senate bill defining; the duties of timber This ian admi!=ion by a prominent Arrives at Jupiter....................- S p m
should certainly not alloour Fourth off I i.
r : { --
t thi- inspectorand! establishing standard rules commis-iun man that so far as getting 1 I Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday LEWIS
celebration to pa.unnotioed I
July : of in-pecrion. Several bills appropriatingmoney I returns for the grower is concerned, the Returning : jJ.F.
and I
exertion attention -
year.rith proper .i to various schools were under dis-: wholectem of commission business i- Leaves Jupiter.. a m ; CiTil Eii
make it f
day r
we can a :gala > ; Boston and juie passed. a failure. This is what we have always Arrives Melbourne................. p m .
town by having excursion run from Titus! ,"ille. .Ia.'RE. .
.i our i i The l legi-lature ha got off its anti-rail claimed Mr. Good- lI, himself a commission I' Tuesday. Thursdays and Saturdays. !
difTcient cf the Sue, and from all uville
parts i-i made at Tit
i road craze and is: largely in favor oiKrLool man, confirms all that we have 'I Sf Connection .
the place down the river. To make the with train of the J., T. & K. System BURCHFIELD.

day attractive we want a good regatta. I appropriations, which bring- the I claimed.If :i I' to and from all points North and at I
chronic economist- their feet with ,ig.'I the commission bu-ine=s i stopped with for Juno (*
l mateh.- Jupiter daily stage
; -. ibly a ba.,e ball and a grand I COUNTY SURVEYOR
t orou prote-ts. But appropriations go I I his man will at once become a buyer to.. miles) where connection is made with
danir in the evening.The ', through all the same, though there is arempty the extent of three thousand to five thou the steamer Lake Worth' for all landings t Orders by mail will receive -- pro' >r

regatta ha a al""atn tit leading I! treasury only to draw from sand boxes per treek. But he cannot han- .on Lake Worth attention a- calls in per-on.

attraction, a= it brin mlnpeope B VATS Superintendent. Address: Geonnana. Fla.
I dle the entire crop Neither can any
from the interior to witne=s such a novel VTLy will you cough rLn Shiloh Cure 16 ill titre G. D. ACKERLY, Gen. Paw Agent.D. .
other individual do it. But
immediate rtht-1? Price IG eta : )ct&md $1 &old buyer a syndicate -
I .
i eight to them. To make this day an attractive by Dickton 4: '.r-y, Ittukvilfe, 11a.bi1011 could do it, and if the growers F. JACK, General Manager. H.F. ATKINSON.
\i-Svjr will show enter-, I
; I Cabrrb Remedy roOtoitin' C'Cri-1or Ca-. would favor the syndicate= and agree to
pri..e on the part of our bu-ine'o men ; UrrL. Dipt&c:ia. and tx.ker Mocth.' bole LJ Lckt SEND YOUR ORDERSTO JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
t ion iz Grr,. Titusville. Fla. ;give; the syndicate the preference over
that theare wide-awake. have the interest I
I any outside buyer if it will pay as much TllEIFLORIDA- For the Second Justice District of B."e-
*. of the town at heart, and want tusee Route. I I
j Transportation for the fruit, then a syndicate could have card county; Court day, third Mon&j
thin- move. of each month.
I Editor riorida Star: a guarantee to work on, and such an organization -
There are LOW only about four eek- I i
An enthu.. 3-tic meeting was held at would be a safe one for capi- I
remaining to accomplish the work, and ii l' JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
Hill's: Hall, Cocoa, on the 24th in-t.. for tali-t- to put money into.
we intend w cdebr.teIe inu-t go l*>
g 'I the purpose of hearing from Major GtiJ.I We like this di5cu -ion. The farther RUE P. ELY.
work at once. By making a larjre number 1 LA
1i I Cecil and Capt. Shaw. of the DeBar\ it goes the more clearly it is shown that j
of prize and inviting yacht froni I
the Hilhboro and Halifax we tan have J Line, and Capt. Paddis/xi, of this river the true interests of the Florida fruit Notary Public for the State at Large.

G the belt race yet witnessed on Indian I I relative] to the opening up of the Lake growers lie in the encouragement of an Justice of the Peace,

tt loin-ett route-the building of a narrow orange syndicate and the breaking up of 17th District. Contractor and wilder
r .
: guajre road from Lake Poin-.ett U the commb ion business, no matter what of over 30 years' experience. Natural
t't our bu'ines* men think over thi- 1
a 1 the Indian Kiver-and the subject of the form the commission business may takeor finish a specialty.Melbourne..
and to talk over 1
matter acme prepared
new line of steamers on the Indian River what name it may do business under. Florida.
the celebration of the Fourth at the I
,i r to operate in connection with this outlet. The organization of an orange syndicate -
meeting to be held to-morrow (Friday) 1
I Capt. W. H. Sharpe was called to the strong enough to handle the entire THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.
at Dixon 5c GraY'Ure..
I .' hair and briefly gave an outline as to crop of Florida and a contract betweenit

.. what was desired to be accomplished, i. and the grower, would at once add fifty A. B. CAMPBELL
i. THE Legislature will c Jmp1 its work
e., a new line of steamers on the upper percent to the value of every orange
.p r 5f'f this! weekand adjourn. While it ha- in the State Jacksonville Fla.
St Johns to Lake Pomsett, a narrow grove ,
: cot accomplished all the work it might Read the following letter carefully
: t. guage road connecting Lake PoiB etl :
:; have done, it has attended to some that 103 PARK PLACE >
I with the Indian River at Cocoa and a Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos, Haine-
K important. The idea might be a good NEW YORK, May 8th, 1SS9. /
t 11 '
line of steamers the Indian Ricer con Bro. Piano, Morris Piano, Wilcox &
I Mahlfm Gore Editor
one to have a Fes-ion every year Then Orange County and
netting with the new route. He spoke Reporter, Orfarido, Fla: White Organs Chicago C<>ttageOrgan5.
after accuMomcd lo the 1 .
4 member?, being enthusiastically the advantages of the DEAR SIP.-Your favor of April 22d at

i first ?eK-ion succeeding their tJeeta u.n.vuuld I new route-the certainty of lower freight hand,and contents carefully noted. Also I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest This Space Reserved for

': know better how to take hold of marked copy of the paper with my article -. station High GradePIANOS J. BIRNBAUM,
rate and the more rapid and better I
a : the work before their term expired.: A I and your criticism on same.I Dealer in
handling of freight-and in closing called
with in
quite agree you your wishing
l rfeion of alt .rmt1.
+. special thirty day?, upon Captain R.P.. Paddison to address to have all sales of Florida oranges madeat Gent's Furnishing Goods, Etc.,

jean*, mould, no doubt accomplish( a the meeting. home and for one, am ready to help Titusville Florida.

deal of. fJOd. Captain Paddiaon then stated on hi you to carry out your idea, providingyou ,
t. will agree that no fruit shall be
:J own behalf, and epeaking for Major Cecil shipped from your State on consignment.You .
For Dyi ptpsia and UT T Cornj.lan.t ;<11II stave OP.
1 of the DeBary Line, that the will understand that if
: ynu&etl ttuaniitee "H fc\'try bot.k- <>f Shilob'a ViUlizT t arrange- quite I
\ It.i..rvr fails to cur,.. $-.t.J by tlittH1j A : menu as proposed, would be: That the bought, while my neighbor received his
Oft,. Tltn ville, Ila
1DeL'arv Line eatabli-h a full service ofst.eameri Florida oranges, my selling price wouldbe
tree with -nh N -t .A;a..llnjfl'toT regulated by whereas if we bothpurchased '-
,' CacarrL iiftnrdf. Pnctr 50 ttit s4c <,1J tJy IJdlOOl to Lake Poinelt ; that the people would.
Cf-y, 'Ittasn:e. FU. our prices -to a cer-
of Indian River build and operate (as tain extent. be governed by the cost of

a stork company), a narrow guage road the fruit. When you will bring about
Florida Legislature.TALLA L}: S MON .T than
{ affairs any other how in the
from Lake Poinsett to Cocoa, on Indian the above state of I will agree to United fetatt-s I Will ship a Piano or Organ to
Afc 3EE, FLA., May 27. The purchase from 3,000 to GOJO boxes per i any Loneet man or woman, en trial and U not
River and that he
'st would guarantee a satisfactory. I will freight both .
; week, from the pay .ayl.C2.)
& nHt. <* today ,a usual had a little bill full service of fast growers. I cash and 110 a month on a Piano, and $10 cub and
light draught
steamerson As I am asking an impossibility of
intriniuced by unaninv consent It you, $S a month on an Organ till paid for-not much
Indian River to connect with said for the coming few seasons anyway the I more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal
Nu. 24C and it i is to the terms anyone can own a instrument.
was incorporate question next is, what will be the second Send for
road, and a reduction 6/2-5: yr-ent. on al I FREE CATALOGUE containing full information.
United Veterans of the Blue and the best course to pursue? -hett Music Strings, Violin. Banjo Guitar,
freild rate ((u KM dieting), through to 1 Ac-
I have added another feature to cordeon and In fart, every Musical Instrument
This bill was passed to its second my
: that is made and at .
Jacbmuill: for the it Ter1lo"price. Send for complete .
tl'j' and third readings and put on its pasage proposed plans coming season Catalognes. I hare 20.000 pieces of Choice
Major Cecil then rose to reiterate Capt. is to establish in Jersey Citconorenient Music at 10 cents per copy. '

t d y without a dissecting \'ote.Among Paddison's statement, for the DeBary to the ferry and the Pennsylvania Rail- A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5'

"0 the imports/it bill*, that pa.l Line and said that about $11,000 would road tracks, a large packing house, where E
I will be able such
to pack up shipmentsof a
c f third reading were: Senate bill No. 113,
t 4t be the probable cost of the road oranges as come in carload lots in + THE

r appropriating $).36.) to the deaf and and equipment to start with, and that bulk.

a a blind institute .c,t. Augustine; Huu..e the people of Indian Riyer should own This w a feature well worth discussing, NEW DRUG STOREIs
l bill No. 180. for the appointment of commissioner I and control the road. He thought it as it means a great saving of freight oil
: of fisheries and Senate boxes, lal-or in Florida, and a surety of I !
'* oysters; would be advisable to teat the feelings haying sound fruit to sell here. It had I Now "FROSTLINE"TOTflEFROfilHaving

bill N o. 222, to rtqn; P locomotive of the this Open
1 people on subject, and sug.I been suggested that growers who care to ,

4' engineers to be licensed! ; IIo
g 223, granting lands tJ) the Western Railway opened. This was accordingly done here, could ship so many thousand And has on hand a Fine Assortmentof Purchased the "Frost Line:

Capt. oranges in a car. I would pack the same and feeling the necessity of keeping op
Paddison and Major Cecil feigning first for them here, turn them over to the her past Good Reputation as a Swift and

;;+ The afternoon feewnon wa.. spent in con- I. and second, respectively, and in a few seller named by the shipper, and take a I FRESH DRUGS Great Courier, I ask of the people a Continuance

r t t fiideration of house bill No. 140. to amends j moments 5,200 was made up by the citizens receipt in sound condition for the fruitso I of their Good

chapU-r 3.i4G of the laof Florida creating j present, with about 9.000 really)) in delivered. By means of shelves and I PATENT MEDICINES, Favor.
i partitions, several neighbors could Will
combine Make Contracts for
a railroadcominh.ionand definingiU : sight, there being many prominent citizens and f ,
load a car,and each man's fruit I
J' I i-ok.'cfs and dutlm. TMt i3 kno vn i.> unavoidably absent who were kauwnto kept by i itself and packed up separately. '! POWDERS HAIR ,BRUSHES Delivery of Lumber and La$

.f the big railroad bill, and really ha be favorable to the enterprise, among Please give these ideas publicity, so \ TOOTH ,

i aroused more interest than any measure I them Mr. H. Williams, of Rockledge. that a free discussion may follow over I! And all other articles usually BRUSHES kept bv, Cargoes
the same. Very truly
i yours ,
introduced. It debated in Paddison then Druggists.Everyone
yet was hotly Captain rose to state, on GOODSELL.I'
E. L. Anywhere
or down Indian River.
: A the House and also provoked lively discussion i the part of the recent incorporators of a : .. I and is cordially invited to call up

IIv in the Senate today on second I road from Lake Poinsett to Cocoa and : The ECT. Geo. H.Tbayer, of Bourbon, Ind, says: Orders inspect from our stock.distance Be sure you see me before closing coa*
"Both myself and wife a
owe our LTB to 6hiloh't promptly filled tracts elsewhere.
reading for amendments. Many amendments I City Point, tbat the said franchise wouldbe Concnmption Cure." Sold by Diclscn k Grey, 11tUldlle. Prescriptions carefully compounded
relinquished in favor of the new company FT*. A share of the Public
-some very long-were adopted j Patronage is respectfully Respectfully,
without cost.
Are made miserable by Conitition.
you indigestion solicited.J. .
and many were rejected. The bill wa Under a motion by Capt. Paddison, a Diziartr. Lou cf Appetite, Yellow Skin! J. W. ROGERS
ordered for third and I committee of three bluloh'i Vitalizer is a positive Cure. Sold by Dicks ,
engrossed reading, were appointed to k B.
_ it1. ; IOn ; Grey, Titotnlle Fla. SCREVEN, Druggist. 1 ( Owner.


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HOUSE Proclamation.

II. C. Starch, Proprietor. WHEREAS, The Board of Aldermen of GEO. B RUMPH.Preparatory

Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic Indian River, Florida H. RAY the Town of Titusville have passed a resolution .
Trade with fine _
I Cigars.
: hand made goods. Orders promptly filled. Having been Re-Furnished, that the proposition of the Titus-

Malabar Fla. 28USTAIIM OPEN FOR yille School Building Association, to be
Ahtd.. Factory at GUESTS, under to opening up and making
agement of its old proprietor to J. C. Norwood and Co., hereinafter set forth, and also a resolu- room for my Extensive and Varied
N'SHEBSPAPER tion authorizing the Town Council to negotiate -I

JA.JVIES P.A.I 1 a loan of $1,000, should be submitted -

SUBSCRIPTIOH AGENCY Proprietor, TITUSVILLE, FLA. to the citizens of Titusville for

TilE PIOXEER AGEXCY. St. Lucic, ratification or rejection, this therefore, '[ Spring StockI
is to notify all persons that an election
For terms and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN will be held at the Court House in Titus- ,

A. M. Hamilton & ville on Tuesday, the 18th day of June i

TITUSVILLE A. D. 1889, between the legal hours for \ have Inaugurated aG338ND
Titusville P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. I
holding such elections, to determine'
ddt Wholesale Dealers in Merchandise whether the Town of Titusville shall buy !

A. FROSOHER, Indian River lots 8 and 10 of block 9 of aid Town of

Titnsville, Florida, Titusville and the school house and fur- CLEARANCESALE

Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden FISH STORE. niture thereon, and the rents and profits

Coffins Cases and Caskets. Green Turtle and due the Titusville School Building Asso-
ciation for the sum of $1,700, subject to

Funerals attended if desired. All or- All orders tention will receive whether prompt and a mortgage of$800, drawing interest not

ders promptly executed, and at 'reasonable letter or exceeding 12 per cent. per annum, the ,
rates. Embalming done. I propose to keep Town of Titusyille to secure said association -

PIONEER by a mortgage upon the property OFFERING MY ENTIRE LINE OF

FU... HAY & BRYAN, Syrup Barrels $2.25. First-Class Stock purchased in the sum of $1,700, payablein

ten years, or sooner, at the option of WINTER
Ar'tesian.VVe11: Gauged to order, ten cents
said town; the said mortgage of $800 to
Air D Wheelwrighting and -OF- be paid at the expiration of three years

C. by the Town of Titusville; the intereston DRESS
each of said
mortgages 'to be paid an-
Ilonev barrels and Oval Water
Solicit Correspondence.TITL'SVILLE from 2.00 nually by the Town of Titusville.
nDid1 up. Also, to authorize the town of Titus-
FLOKIDA.33 Tanksand ville to execute its corporate note in the GOODS

all kinds of COOPER WORK sum of $1,000 payable two years after
date, with interest not to exceed
O. J". HECTORHardware T. JOIIXSOX, cent per annum, and thereby pledging 12 per .A.-t Cc>s-t.

LaGrange, : : DRY the faith and credit of said Town of Ti
and GOODS tusville in order to procure funds to pay
i off and discharge existing indebtednessand
I J. 31. SAWYER & to provide for contingent expenses. I ALSO A LARGE LINE OF '

NOTIONS The fcllowing persons are hereby appointed -
General Produce Yacht inspectors of said election: S cES
J. W. Rogers, F. T. Budge, S. J. Norton ,

)R I 84 & 85 South St., New : Ladies' & Cliildrcns9 with L. A. Brady, clerk.
j MERCHANT. The style of the tickets used at such
' AND: election shall be, "For Buying," "Against HATS SHIRTS PANTS
Melbourne. :Florida FOOT OF 53TII; ST., I Buying" and "For Borrowing," "Against ,
:= : QL'ew Borrowing."
A. L. Hatch & Son, registered voters residing -
in the town and actually voting
DEALEKSIN will determine the result of the said elec-
Particular attention given to }>!
Boat Sails of all c criptious.! tion.Given under hand this I Make Reductions
DRY GOODS NOTIONS my day on Many
,, -- HATS of May, A. I). 1889.
EACOTT & Other Lines
di J Hardware, Crocker Saddlery, Mayor. ,

Stationery, Family Medicines TITUSVILLE, .'L.\., NOTICE.All An know I can Save You Money on

Garden Seeds, TIN & SHEET-IRON IN parties concerned will take notice Purchases.MY .
CHOICE GROCERIES, GJ that on the 1st day of July, A. D. 1889,
I will apply to Honorable Minor S. Jones,
Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. County Judge of Brevard county, Fla.,
I CITY POINT* FLORIDA.J. GUTTERING, ROOFING, for leave to sell the undivided one-fifth: STOCK OF:
interests of Texas Sheffield a minor i in
Manufacturing of Tin Furnishing Goods,
and to the lands :NE-VV-
PBITCIIARD,President. following in Brevard]
loi GALVANIZED county Fla, for the use and benefit of
W. M. MOWSCashier. may"O. ALSO said minor, to-wit: S. E. ] of S. W. J and
And Repairing of all N. E. i of S. W. \ and N. W. J of S. W. SPRINGMILLINERY
i INDIAN RIVER BANK. |1. all of Sec. 12, Tp. 21, S., Range 34 E,
I Location: MAIN ST., near GLASSWARE, and S. W. 1 of S. W. }, Sec. 32, TI'. 21
S., Range 35 E., and S. E. } of N. \V..1,
Titusvillc, Florida. Sec. 24, Tp. 21 S., Range 34 E., and N. !
ot N. E.1 of Sec. 23, in 21 S.
FOR SALE 34 E., and S. of S. E. }, Sec. 14, ,
SACTED. in Tp. 21 IS., Range 34 E., commencingat
The Elegant the S. E. corner of N. E. J of S. '\T. LADIES' HATS, -
Exchange bought and sold. Special and
prompt attention given to collections. Loans of Sec. 29, township 21 S., of Range 35
negotiated on first mortgage for Savings RESIDENCE AND E. ; thence running with the variation of RIBBONS,
Banks,Corporations Individuals. Interest the section line 20 chains; thence north ,.
allowed on time deposits. OF L. E. BARNES, Chandlery Goods. 10 chains, thence east 31 25100 chains, FEATHERS,

Advances made upon available collateral. ROCK LEDGE thence south 25, east 2 60-100 chains; Have Commenced to Arrive. These
Approved business pa er.discounted. thence east 37!, north 5 chains thence
Drafts on all of ; will
parts Europe. be added to
constantly. Also
Business done Jacksonville rates. Containing seven and one-third south 23, east 90-100 chains; thence ,
Every favor,consistent.with sound west 22, south 4 94-100 chains; thence
banking, cheerfully extended. of land fronting on Indian River.
west south 3 21-100 chains; thence
CORRESPONDENTS:Bank of Jacksonville Large, Roomy Residence, west 636-100 chains; thence south 2 SPRING DRESS GOODSA

Jacksonville Bank,New York.Fla.; The Seaboard National 23 finished. Also a Three-room will be the main features of my 65-100 chains thence west 5 chains,
and outbuildings. One of the but orders sent me for any thence south to the place of beginning Most
in in the said lots Beautiful Line of all Embroidered
HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN sirable places in Rock Ledge kept any store Titus- containing 326 27-100 acres,
ville will be promptly filled. more or less.
RIVER BAKERYWe For price, terms etc., apply to This May 22, 1889.
will Keep on Hand Every Day

buy Fruits Eggs Chickeas Sanitary Ordinance. And all over
fek; tawa Be it ordained by the Town Council of VALENCIENESE LACES,
ETC. ALSO J = 1 Country Produce my customersor the town of Titusville, that it shall be In
friends may bringto the duty of the Town Scavenger to remove and Black.L1dies' .
Bottlers of Sodawater market. to some place outside the limits
GingerAle Lake Worth, Dade County, said town, said place to be approved by of Silk Mitts, Gloves, Etc.

and other Drinks.ALL New House and Newly Furnished. the Mayor, at least twice in each week, A large line of Corsets from 50 centsto
Rooms single or in the contents of every bucket from each 5.00 each.Gentlemen's.
a share of the public patron- privy in the town of Titusville and all .
ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT NEAR THE and come as a supplicant, not a slop and garbage which shall be depos-
tator, asking for your favors. ited in buckets boxes or barrels or other
ATTENTION. courteous treatment,good receptacles at the same time, and the Laundried and Unlaun-
Best View of Lake and goods and low figures is town shall receive as compensationfor dried Shirts.
S. A. BELCHER & COMPANY, the candidate for such service from each occupant or
PROPRIETORS, public favor, owner of each dwelling from which such The most Varied Line of Gentlemen's
And best Hunting and Fishing then I'melected. excrement or garbage shall be removedthe Straw Hats, bought cheap and Marked
TITUSVILLE FLA. on Lake Worth. sum of fifty cents per month, and Low Down.
40 for the removal of such excrement or
Fine Lawn shaded by monster for garbage from Hotels and boarding houses
Chattanooga Plow Co. .
and Growth ,
Tropical the town shall receive such compensation
PORTER & POTTER Wild and Cultivated.Try Plows and SugarCane as shall be agreed upon by the occu- My
Mills. pant and owner and Town Inspector
us once and you will come subject to approval by the Town Council. STOCK OF GROCERIESWas
The fees for the services herein provided
shall be paid monthly to the Sanitary never more complete.I .
Real Estate Dealers, Inspector, who shall make his collections
C. II. SCOTT, monthly from the persons from whom pride myself on the Superior Butter,
E.STEUXH.lIIlDRESSIXG such charges are due when making his Coffee, Teas, CracKers, Etc., I am en-
lake Worth Dade Co., Fla. monthly house to house inspection as abled to offer the trade.I .
AL- : provided by the rules and regulations
itt FOR SALE.A ---a.- prescribed by the State Board of Health. keep in Stock Plant's Flour-none
If you want a clean and easy shave, Any failure to comply with the provisions better. '
.. tract of land on Indian Uiver in the As clean as barber evergave, of this ordinance shall be reportedby
County of Brevard consisting of 88 Just call on me at my saloon, the inspector to the Mayor, who shall Grits and Meal arriving every week,
acres; it being lot N\>.3> and south half At morning eve, or afternoon.I'll issue his warrant to the person! charged insuring it Fresh and Sweet.
of the northeast quartet of section 35, cut and comb your hair with a ac with iU violation and, upon conviction
and lot No. 3, being the southwest quar To suit the contour of your face; c .:r= shall be subject to a penalty of not less urge Stock of Hay and Grain at all
ter of the northwest% 'quarter of section To you I'll give a good shampoo, ( than one dollar or more than fifty dol- times.
36, both in township 31 south, range 39 The art of which is known to few. tars', at the discretion of the Mayor.All .
east. This is a ,$'ry desirable piece of My scissor's sharp my razor's keen, # ordinances and parts of ordinancesin Most close living prices made. on.all
hammock, soil of Yich quality, suitable My shop is a ways neat and clean, o -_ conflict with this ordinance are hereby goods in this line.
for the raising of all tropical fruits. Is And everything I'm sure you'll find, J : repealed. This ordinance to take effect
situated at the Narrows,near Enos post- To suit the taste and please the upon its approval by the Mayor.
office. Will fell cheap for cash. For .. And now to all who patronize intend. Approved May 20, A. D. 1889.
particulars address Just come along and bring your H. F. ATKIXSON, G EO. B. BUMPH:; ,
E. M. LOW, And I assure you I will try Attest: Mayor. ,
Sept. 3. Brockton.Mass. My very best to satisfy. R+a v. J. P. BLAKE, Clerk. TITUSTILIE, FL'Asx ,


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the tnocght as be turned the corner oi!! Consumption Surely Cure
r iE Etorm, the ycnr.j reporterwho wrote
OAdi.fPtl/t'f"flII Pay* 3. cc&e ofas'rerdd these: ciex"wish Ii..:aoWtle gi" that nice article alGatTOC in The Dawn' Twentieth street into Sixth avenue that To tai ga.-Y.c* *iaiira jvrr '?34aT. t
a shew annoyance.t his coccilistened ; I bY* a po ;:;TIt mzd Str tea'sed
invalid tossing
tiagcopjfcx Earljcfea.r bo= SOY lei'C! : I fancied Sew Tori Rush was rather embarrassed by this S sleepless : arei.+_ By r.. tt:: ., ttr ter 4 .t.e(
I .-ill! igsorasce with envy to a man who was 1.a": ttt tomu!!"ss1J ear'.' I.
hie to trncte.Arcber' 1 puWc of bh eas \e
raj To think of it:
knew everything. t xt>*of rem*ih .
eel to Laugh so Iocs dad: to terA.twO say me tcf
leave TOO while I do the McMnlli2n'ztkfre ra* and ECS know:: the 'dipT &d "OTed- bv the miscafl fcyT.. of his well and happy enccgn 7G n7'3..5k n r.., bY aa.n.J.iiQL tt easy n2

A I told yoa ,that woo delay rslocg. : giui Yoa krcTfcr::% said Hiss Gallon, haL name; buJ the hearty manner ia which and lvcd. __ i ,.'d ma t.oU" c2tom as.!a11y.Vt e c sir.uT
s Cocsa Begs wfll take care cf yw rising "Mig* Knowkca received him made CHAPTER VIL i A- ELXt t. 3- C hi 2 ru.-I .:.. +z Iar>L

while I am interriewiag1 3fcMuiligaa* C:1 ".Aa.!, cor replied Eash; "bet, then amend" ;for her auras want of tac: I :.;

tfag coat of his estfertfunTnest. I am act a New York sccifSj 1=22."* "I recognized Mr. Hurlstcce, and > the rcean- -

From Delrcocico's thy stroilfcd tIp u1Th are frees-Boston,cr Philadelphia bowed to him across the room,"* said she, ;- time, everything STATE or OHIO, dry OF TOLEDO +
re you '
town as far 23 Twentieth ecreet where ?"' giving him her hand, whose touch sent tM at the LrcA? Gorsnr. 5. i iFRJ.SK
his entire -r' b old home atFarmsted J. C HF2?FTT make oath that
the booze cf the electric thrill through Ifi
; they turned o& to Neither; 1 cane direct from the co m- an ,
",. Arcbtn on Grsxaercy lair.. The mootwan -freest the&loie cf the milk pail a=d f. e"So=e ether time I will thank ; rI'i i i- the -enior partner of F. J. t.1USY-\

'ti, shins:g brightly upon this e.rclu3v: try the c e.." him" for his kindness: if he will allow me." ? L t w'as not asRush : Co.. doing ba-i&er-: the City of Tuled
i ia theLbazx&xtte "3) know Mr. Hurl.GIltsaid __ would County and State afore-ai-i. and I'm
little park.asd upon the *-BfcaIy: ar.d yeawork en a f2.-m- yea .
friend of l':1.e"Wiilied it to -aidfirm nil vac the *an: .f ONE
s who running Bessie Ee is an old college E
; wraps were gay get up a:3 ia the sasrsir.g; ,milk the COBH.azd : DOLLARS for
"f Ij up the Archers' front steps and di=appearing all that sort of thing?* Archie's, who brought him:: to us this :1. .- ---s Le. John: Earlstone. HUNDRED Catarrh that eacsevery 1

in a blaze cf gas lih: through ..1 r-&Ttr have but I ;dare say I coold, evening that we might see for curselves: -r ', as I havaintimated ra-e **i of HALL"L'ATASIB cannot bgeured
bv the -e
the doer. This was to be Ira b'! intro- if the covrs wotild let ne try.I : ." that all the nice things he had said about :. .. was a Cr :. : FRANK. J. CHENEY.
dactir/n to few York society! -a thing h: sh&uU not the you wooll care ta him were true. --'- young man fend Sworn, to bi,re me sad *uWnbd ia
had beard a good deal about and regarded try," si i Mss Garten, with a raoresienlcf : "And do you think they areAsked of his piecsuresso m: tbi- Oth day of L ec, mlu
ro y : with more or Leas aw& lie was jus! disapproval. "I shouli think a man Helen, smiling upon: Hush. "..,, ._ f'-H'i. indeed A." I). "*o. I

at an age when society is roost attractive might fed something more manly to do "We hope for the best," replie Bessie; 'ty' tl:.:the. pain they ,_- -_ A. -\V.Hall GLE-\-: .

He was very m.-r..kptib1eo teat;:;;, anc t1z.r.f' "g COW "but I shall be able to speak y:ih more raw___ ;:.r caused to other .( ::I.1L. 1. Yt'i.) Pf.JUit.

he considered Helen Knowlton the nwJ *0;o doubt he might; dancing, for buY authority :ltF.Hcrk.c=e has made" and those too, : -,-- ,

beautiful Roman he had ever sum And: -...........,....-,,'.. this house his headquarters: for a while. ;;, whom: he heldmost. *- Catarrh Cure taken internallj
to the certainly was for the was the Rush thanked Mir Archer fcr the implied : dear did and act directlv cron the bJ! '.>i tai
bad who cot oi f f.S. indeed. He could learn the 'dip'in invitation, but said he felt more the uIL
only beauty he ) seen was not prevent liis enjoying them to cacencrface they-klli, Seii-i for
a more or less rustic type. and not withstanding much I i-sas time than it*"would take like hiding his head in a hole after Apparently, he was the kindest of sons : timoDialF.. J. Cum \: CoT .

his country bringing up.he ha/d him to l learn to milk a cow. Archie's compliments: than trying to and most affectionate of brr her3. Hewas ,.k+ior44 0.

little taste for rusticity in women. This Push looked the young lady to see prove their truth; and thus they chatted never known to give his rncy her across by Dust 3.

tint appearance in the s/joal world wa; if she was guying him but the expression and laughed, after the manner cf young or impatient word in liis life and -

a great excitement to him. and he wa; cf her, face showed that she was people at a party, until something: his attentions to his sisters were ail that ){\.u Lt tNA. FL. ., Jacy.: :th. 1* .
be would do thoroughly in earnest. He began to wish said about the banjo. Rn=h'5 reply led could
very much afraid that ome they could a.2.Ild more than they BfY .S Zrr'h"P4
JI9' :
h"-had chosen the intellectual lady, ;'1. L.pP1lJQA ,
that : Helen believe that he that instrument rfb.t"icl':3
S' played
to :
thing in violation of the proprir:tiea. ) expect, judging from the of P"'pnt!ff' I' P ]'.:
he determined to do as his friend Tilling. but the snatches of her conversation" and she asked him if he did. other young men in their circle to their Fr a lour time -cfkrt::*! w ih otst arrh
hast did; and he could not have had a that reached" him were: not tempting. He confessed that he "picked: out a tune esters.He and alcerat.J throat I t'i'.k >. >. >_ but

1 better guide in such matter To Archie< maintain, she was saying to a bald gentleman : occasionally" and she invited him to was very: popular in the village: derived no.-enest t:'.-m it. Fr. (ht*r.-, who

he laid nothing about his embarrassment who was doing his best to suppress come around some evening when there for he was not only, the mart amiabls repre-ent- Oppman Br>. --. Savannah. {ia.,

and tblre.-as: nothing in hU manner to a yawn, "I maintain that Greek} was no opera and try some duets with but the gayest and hand jCitrst young told me that P. P. P. would cute ce. io I

lead his friend to suspect it. should be taught in the public schools: her, for she delighted in the banjo and fellow in all those: parts; and there: wasa bin taking i:. I have taken 'MX t.JWfSm3n
and Mr. Garside: should look to i it found recreation afterpa. *: ; ize and I am entirely well. I fej
it r-.n
The two young men aa the ladies had you. a great : dash of the hero: about him. too, fox = '
r4 .:! th<: a* a mpmlrr of the hy/ird of education = iik a new nan. .iix! confide? I*. F. P. I
dcru bfcfcre; th :n, r.a. ; up he had served with distinction in the
Rualmost and see that our young girls and boysare wonderful medicine.
and entered the hall and
steps struck waltz. having gone in as a private
musicians a army
taught that classic language insteadof Again up PFTENOTICE. :\f.'G..
had liis breath taken away by the that West Hastings leaned down and whispered won his captain's straps by sheer bravery :
dazzling light and the perfume of flowers. the&e vile modern tongues are it5. something in Helens ear. She and devotion, : to dut'Fo dfr of luxury .
f He followed Archie upstairs, where they only useful for purs looked though what he said hadpleased than anman I ever met. he fairly ,.
: :;
left their topcoat;and. taking a partin-; Greek is a purely intellectual here language.Herolotus P.zie her and at once arose to dance reveled in hardship when it had to be In f"fll'itJ C'J11rl. Ert'srl ('JIlIN1 Flori4a,
himself in the mirror to &e e wouldBut _1. D. 15S9.In .
glance at whirled Rush in the arms of vrith him. Again ,Rush ground his teeth. endured. Easy going as he was by nature -
that his tie bad not ridden up over hi Archer pan him of her For a moment he wondered if he was too and slow to act under ordinary' the matter" of the estate >
collar and that his hair was not too West Hastings, and gave one fid to learn the mysteries of the waltz. circumstances, he was as quick as a flash of Frank Smith late of-
sweetest milts as she passed; so he never:
with Arch deceased.
much rumpled, descended he hi an At home he was said "f.unt\ 1
hut he could not help smiling as emergency.
c ., Here knew what Herodotus would have done. \Vherea- a -ale of the following bed
to the drawing room. a gorgeous time matter what! the urgency
; of himself whirling about overa never on no :
I fccence presented i itself. The long room Rush wished from the bottom of his floor with a woman in of the case; in the army he was i in aid c.untklon_iDz to aid e-tate.
were brilliantly lighted witty wax candle heart that the dancing would stop and polished young itself. The most dandified ;: to-wit : Lit 4 of Sec. 10. Tp. :;'>.S. of
Then he railed at a punctuality
t j and decorated with more flowers thai that he might have a chance to talk a his arms.that allowed inwardly such liberties. Because ibout his toiletjirran::enjents.i.1d i taring '. Range 4*) E., containing 04 .:j+j-l((.) acres
Bu&b had ever seen together in his life little with Miss Archer who was quiteas custom a.the ,I was sId t4> D. P. Smith adrnini-iratar
much time Lir.ixrif
their to
The ladies were dressed in their finf3t.r bright, he saw as her cousin had represented the band was playing and :3 array -;\id -tate. on the 6th day of 3Iay. lad,
[ in time to the music, vainest bell.he would take, <:!"W ::tai il
much the her to be. The thought had were moving he being the hizhtst bidder therefor;
Paris but it was not so .... ;
gowns; should it hf cot l I.-} ."t no.r ; "
his mind when was that any reason why Hastings : tae-eare tberefurtr l.. aJuioni-L aDd
dressing as the want of ii that aaioiiiahed hardly pcoced through : au y
; countryman-the older the the music ceased and the dancers strolledoff have his arm around Miss Knowlton.swai the sun and be ready for marching in : all person, interested t.'> appear beforeme
.r our young dressed in ;t and hold her: hand in his? He hadto Monday the 24h riayof Jane
ladies were, the less they seemed to fear; in pain. A young man five minutes. His mattress at home on ,
{ relieved him could not see that it was. Dancing wasa shffx if tJiey haTe
the cold. the extreme of the fashion be of a particularly choice quality of next, to cau-e any ,
,& Archie presented him at once to hi of Miss Gaston and he stood for a moment vulgar and vicious pastime and he curled hair and the springs of the very ,: whyuch galehould not to confirmed.
the wall wonder- would never allow a sister of his to take Witnrmy hand and seal J . In the
against he could
leaning best
uncle and aunt and to his cousin Bessie, : steel or not sleep. "
l for whom Hmh immediately conceive ing where Miss Archer was, when suddenly part in any such wickedness lie did army he would roll himself: up In a blan- =EAL. < flee this the 3nb day of May,
think that no sister of his ..-\. D. I5*.
hh heart such an upward not stop to
the friendliest feelings. Bessie Archer: gave ket,lie in themud during a pelting storm
t certainly was an attractive girL She lunge that he thought for a few secondshe would be likely to ask his permission.His and sleep as peacefully as a child. John MiyoR S. JONES

.k was handsome and well made and she should suffocate. But it soon fell eyes were bent upon the ground as Hurlstone was made up of contradictions. ;; \ Judre.HIRES.

; looked like a rirl"ho enjoyed goo* back to its natural place and left him at these thoughts flew through his braiiu .

ii{ health. Her complexion was brilliant, liberty to feast his eyes upon the radiant A faint odor of mignonette reached him. He loved his mother so tenderly that

j.' 1. her teeth dazzling and her clear gray face of Helen Knowlton as she enteredthe He looked up just as Hastings and Miss he was completely unnerved if she was .

', blue eyes looked as strong as an eagle's room accompanied by her aunt and Knowlton were gliding past. ill, and waited upon her with the gentle

f "' Although she was an exceptionally deer: an old gentleman whom he had no difficulty "Here I am at lat, old man" said devotion of a daughter; yet he did not

girl the was not a bit of a prig, and her: in recognizing as Uncle Lightfoot Archie at his shoulder-"just ready for hesitate to do things that he knew would : 25. HIRES1 IMPROVED fie

1 manner was remarkable for its cordiality. Myers.A an evenings; fun. My day's work is break her heart, simply to gratify his

.l' When she took Ruth by the hand shgave <, subdued: murmur of admiration ran done and I'm in prime condition for own pleasure. He would have given his G ROOT BEER

him such a firm pleasant grip that through the ro.;iu as the prima donna dancing. Seen the Knowlton Ah, there last crust to his mother and sisters, yet
ho_said to himself, "Here i3 a girl worth stood for a moment on the threshold, she goes! Lucky beggar, that Hastings he would not do an honest day's work to prfl. 1M uvula NO BCOJNC EA51.Y MADE
.i'. knowing; she shakes hands like a man; looking; about her for the host: and host They're engaged you may bet your life. save them from want. He did not say p- lets PACKAGE MAKES FIVE CALLCK=
t : none of your flimsy lackadaisical touching ess. In a moment West Hastings was Come let's have a glass of fizz. Uncle that he would not; he simply did not, d 442; ,7IAA c,4 L4Nri

+ -f" of the fingers such as some girls by her side and conducting her on his Archer is famous for his wines. I can and that was the end of the matter. His

f 1t give.**And Bessie liked Rush at once. She arm to Mr. and Mrs. Archer, while Aunt promise you something good." mothers and sisters were devoted to him.

'' #. had heard such pleasant things about him Rebecca followed on the arm of Uncle "No, thank vou. Archie; 1 think I'll They knew he was thoroughly selfish

'4 a'f' :' from Archie that she was naturally prejudiced Lightfoot. Rush ground his teeth at the go home I'm pretty tired. You know but he was so sweet and kind-at home : Jtoo"BEER'-

,. in his favor; and it was iraposai. assured manner in which Hastings took the social whirlpool is new to me. You that they forgave him everything. Women i

x }l LIe to look in his honest manly face and his place at Miss Knowlton's side. Then don't mind, do you? I'll make my always liked him; men-that is, the

a not like him. "Now Hurl tone old fel he tried to laugh at himself fcr being; adieux to Mr. and Mrs. Archer and your the serious minded-regarded him less !

i low." said Archie after introducing hi such a fool. "Of course they are engaged charming cousin, and slip off to my virtuous : leniently. Among the class popularly

i ? friend to his cousin, "I will leave you to or the next thing to it, and I am couch. I known as "the boys" he was a prime fa- I' The moat APPZTIZrSO and WHOLESOJCTE2CPEBANCZ

lot Cousin Bess tender care and go when making myself miserable as foolishly as "As you please dear boy; I never like : vorite. They admired his cleverness,. DRXXS ta the -world. TBTTt

I duty' calla." a man ever did." He got some comfort to force fellow against his inclination" i: and he was pleased by their homage.He ': 9 A.ak"Our Druggist or Grocer for 1:.

s h "I'm sure you could not leave me however, from two men who stood chatting Archie answered; but he was evidently : would sit for an hour at a time talk ,t -

'' where I would rather be." said Rush, a3 near by him. annoyed and disappointed."I I ing with big Sandy the village blacksmith r,! C. E HIRES, PHILADELPHIA

glibly! though he had been"in society" "Is Helen Knowlton engaged to West shall never forget this evening, : a miserable drunken fellow because -

r- I all his life."Perliarn. Hastings asked one of the other. Archie. Good night,old fellow. I'll hunt : he said "Sandy isso fond of me." I C

I you will have a differEnt "\o," was the reply; "and she never you up some time to-morrow." Every barkeeper in the town and every : r .

+ tale to tell when Archie comes back,'" will be engaged to Hastings or any other So this foolish boy said good night to hanger on of the saloons shook him by Ttt't,- l,

: e said Cousin Bess. man while 'Aunt Rebecca lives. She his entertainers and went out under the' the hand and swore that "Cap'n Jack" t.f 4 t S

:. : ; "I shall only speak more positively may come near it fifty times, but I'll ; stars. lie had hardly reached the side- was a "perfec' gemman." The atten- :. -oJ :,:.l t .

, : i then,",replied Rush with a bow that wager you anything you like that AuntRtbecca I walk before he repented his act. Whatan tions of the Prince of Wales are no cr-- r; '! !" ..,. ,'f
Count d'Orsay might have envied. Sandford is not going to let idiot to leave the place where Helen sweeter to the professional beauty than ., FOO :& ;...,..- I..J; .. i 'oJ ;.;.{u -

At that moment the band stationed in 'that child' put her head into the noose. ,: was! But he could not stand Ore tortureof were these words of compliment to Capt. .\torpid 1h..r.' "': :; tu ;)tc "

another room struck up the music of a And she's about right. Conic let's go seeing her dancing with West Hast John Hurlstone. }! Leu,and pro.:.'r'I.J .
and have a B. and S." And they He would rather be out in the cool .
waltz and there was a general movement up ings. John received the attentions of the SickDyspepsia .e a ao.a..t:=
r 4 of pleasant anticipation among the sauntered out, leaving Rush in a pleas- .' night air; but he could not tear himself young ladies more modestly. He never : 9
elders drew anter state of mind than he was in five from the ': : Costiveness Bhearaatism -
young people. Their up away place. Lighting a cigar, boasted of his conquests; indeed, he did ,
along the wall, and the dancers took minutes before. If Helen Knowltonwas he paced the length of the park, always not seem to think that he had made anv. : Sallow Skin: and Piles.

their places on the floor. not engaged to West Hastings or to with the house in \"ieand by the time He never tired of telling how fond he ihe41

.. r: "Do you dance, Mr. Uurlstone?"asked any other man, then he didn't tee that he had finished it he saw the door open was of the girls, individually collectively I, There ommon is no diseases better titan remedy Tntt for'liPills et

L Miss Archer. "If you do, I will give his chances were utterly worthless; at and Helen and her aunt and Uncle Light- but that they were fond of him ,as a trial will prove. 1'rice,::; .

.. you this waltz. I was saving it fort any rate he was*not going to retire from foot and West Hastings coming out. he modestly denied. "They know I : Sold Everywhere.

> Archie; but the poor fellow has not fini&hed the field until after he had done some ; The gentlemen put the ladies in their love them all, and they feel for I -

his day's work yet." prospecting. Rush Hurlstone though carriage, and, closing the door upon me," he used to say, laughingly.sorry John tDIGENTS both.ue SAMP ;. S FRED
"No, Miss Archer.** replied Rush, "I] as modest a young man as you would them bowed them off. Thank heaven, .. Hurlstone was the most E 4 .lMuTT .Vlior&
do not dance. I have heretofore looked meet in a day's walk, was firm in the be- he was not going home with her! of for dangerous sort ;' -- ----- -- --
a flirt he was really in love for >
upon a dancing man with a feeling of lief that a man could accomplish any ; The carriage started down Twentieth the time being with each of the he EA KESi CUREIutasat_ .
superiority; but now I regard him with thing he made up his mind to do, provided street but it had not reached Fourth flirted with. girls ..... .
r I When he' transferred his -ftftarahrllneaJlftmedle.ran.. 11..tlb'ee. .
, ;! envy and for the first time regret that it was at all within the possibilities. avenue when Rush started after it. The 44e..eraUoaT.WStU. ,sus..aiwo...r.
very special attention from
tho steps of the waltz are a sealed Look If he had seriously set his mind horses trotted briskly and so did Rush.It other he did in the kindliest one to an- --
'* being president of the United far Helen's house that manner, PARKER'S 1
;: to me. upon was not to so and seemed
j"... "I am very sorry, too; for I am afraid States, he would have gone quietly along I he arrived there just as the carriage his heart always for to have a warm placein HAIR BALSAMCleanses

'.- I' you are going to have a dull time as this working towards that end thoroughlyconvinced drew up at the curb. Before he had tima the old love. At the and beautifies theM!. *
of which I Promotes luxuriant Rfjwta.
am now writing he a <
b a dancing company to-night. However that lie would accomplish his time to think what he was doing the was i .Newer Fails to Restore CHair _

I will try and find a young lady object. But he had no political aspira :, handle of the carriage door was in his to paying marked attention, even for him, I t Dandruff Youthful and hair Cojf.iFrerenti -*

!t whose conversation will in,a measure alleviate tions. His ambition ran in another. hand and he was making his best bow to Amy Bayliss, the pretty little simple Me.and tl.ou.t Droaa
minded daughter of theRe_. Dr. -
i : Bayliss, = --
),' ,r your disappointment. you channel the ladies. They were startled at first, -
i. I take something intellectual or something Helen Knot 'iton was now chatting : but were reassured when they recognized rector of St. Ann's church. injhe village.To i HINDERCORNS.TUeonJyrore 1I *"'! f
{ ,: frivolous" As Miss Archer asked this with Bessie Archer and three or four I Rush. be Continued. I somfort to feet.Care lie for ai Corn DrnggirtaTHiscoi Stops all pain.:-AOo....t T

question, her eyes turned towards two men at the opposite end of the room. !=: "How very odd that you should have'happened .BRE CONSUMPTIVE

I ? ladies standing on the opposite side of! Rush's eyes were fastened upon her. Ho :: by just at this moment said ;, Gauze fans, through whkh run BliPS Ra.e Yom ZaCo'1n'BronehW. Asthma laAigetOt

the room. was thinking of her with all his mind, : Helen. I i of narrow ribbon art no irngcr noyeities the PARKER'S won aS/fftSeTlrt TONIC aU hblj ffl"Wf JSS
case tU dy tr
Rush's eyes followed hers and he answered and she probably felt the magnetism of : "Chance has been kind to me," answered : in themelve.3. and ttT! *>IJr upon l the trots detecUTO nutr1t oa. Mgaaatj-,, ,
ti "Something frivolous please." his glance, for she looked up, and recog- Rush trying to without beauty rf design used. On one t!:e ribbon
threaded their the the face without able I. : runs BO as to form a lattice :
I4! So they way among nizing being to tell showing how blown he was. "I'm on which window 1ii RHEU1\\ATIG1I
dancers, and he was introduced to Miss where she had seen it, she bowed to him frames a dainty girl painted amid ;
: my wqy) home. I don't live far from blooming flowers.
Gertie Gaston. in her most cordial manner. Aunt Rebecca I L'J
"How is it you are not dancing this who never forgot the face of a I M here. Frail carved amber and tnrtnfe. she /b\Sciaticfains

a evening, Miss Gaston" Rush inquired,tot newspaper man, bowed too, and motioned He didn't say it was a very roundaboutway combs studded Terv with small the top of which ai Athing Sides and Back Hip Kidney and t'aer::
of getting to his lodgings, nor did minute jewels 1 amends Pains Itb 'nmatic. and wtakft
be felt quite sure that she was one of the for Rush to come over to their ] Sciatic. Sharp
/ Helen suspect it. He handed the 'ladies J; more frequently, are simple inn eiWve Pain., Relieved one minute by the Curti !:
dancing birls.Y side of the room-an invitation he was I' to the door and bade them good j I ornaments for the hair. Fri the rest 1-Pain Plaster. The fimt and onlj in un *ffain.Killing. ,".4
t *?DQ you want to know?** not slow in accepting. night."Don't hairpins, pins etc. French strengthening plaster. 24 cents .",
that to I lit.! "a-.'l' for" l.oo. DCRtMICIL ** t
forget are and dru of Pornm
"I am consumed with curiosity." "How are youT she said, giving him you" come almost entirely superseded j. ; ...:,., C'o., Boston KlltI. or ttIb
"Because I hate. .a....plain waltz, / and her- hand. "Helen, here. is Mr. Hail-. play banjo with me, said Helen. I ber.-New York \Vorld. Pimples,blackheads chapped and oily ak1D _.
.II <* a Forjgetl _Rosh lau hed so 7 CUTICUBA SOAP.

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Mrs. Phoebe Renews Chesley Her, Youth.Peterson, Clay ; L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.

Oj Iowa, tells the following remarkable .P.P. iE1iiPrickly OLIV"ER
sto"& the truth of which is vouched for : & B"t.TDGE :

by Presidents of the town : "I am 73 ,

rears old, have been troubled with kid- ( Ash, Poke Root,And Potasdmn.) Dealers
new complaint and lameness for many CURES '"

could not dress myself without
help row I am free from all pain and GEORGIA

, soreness, and am able to do all my own SYPHILISPrimary PINE LUMBER

housework. I owe my thanks to Electric and ,
: Secondary, Tertiary Syphilis,S ph .
Bitters for having renewed my youth, llitic Eruptions Scrofula and t cro alone Qu p-
all disease and pain." tions, Ulcers and Old Sores Rheumatism and SHINGLES
removed AND
all diseases of the blood ; all those that have LATHS.GrEN"ER..AL
Try a bottle, 50c.and 1 $, at all drug resisted other treatment yield steadily and surely .
stores in Titusville and on Indian River iI i I Blood to the Purifier.wonderful power of P. p. p., the great

d M | True Totilc.d SCROFULA JBr.A..R..DVV AR.E,

When you doii't feel well and hardly

Vnow what ails you, give H.. B B. (Botanic la an Impurity in the blood, producing Lumps or Sash Doors and Blinds

Blood Balm) a trial. It is a tine tonic. Legs Swelling,or Feet cauein for?the Running cure of Sores which on use the P.Anns P. P., ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.Refrigerators

O.Callahan. Charlotte.X. C.,writes : the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these .
UB. B. B. is a line tonic, and has done diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P.,
giving new life and new strength. P
f me great good. AN'"D OXLS
R U \\". Tnompson. Damascus, Ga..
writes: "I believe B. B. B. is the best BLOOD POISON

. blood purifier made It has grculy Improved Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers
Cured in its worst form ; sometimes in caws ith ,
r my general Erysipelas,where the patient was in Eternal Pain ,
.\n old gentlemen writes : t.B. B. B. and gi\cn up by tLe physicians. In some cases! Screen Wire Screen \
rives me new life and strength. If therei Scrofulous Ulcers broke out till the party was amass Windows Screen-Wire Doors.
of corruption; a bottle of P. P. P. was ,
I anything thatill make an old man procured,and the disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM.
ToniigIthIS.IS.B.-i! : -
P. A. Shepherd, Norfolk. '\ :1., August POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.

l IOt' ISSi), writes: "I depend on B. B.

B. for the preservation of my health. I And in all Affections of the Blood,P.P.P.etands TITUSVILLE
have had it in my fjmilv} now nearly two alone and unrivaled and some of its ceres are FLORIDA. '
and in all that time have not had really wonderful.
I years If you suffer from anything like Syphilis,Scro
to have a doctor. fula, Blood Poison, Ulcers, Old Sores, Rheuma r SSS Solid Gold VTatch.1 Master's Sale. J .
Thos. Paulk, Alapaha, Ga. writes: 'I tism or any disease of the blood, Le sure and 3+ SulJf r <>i<}O.imilUtelr. 1 :; oUcc.AU .
Scat *3 watch in the world
; V>
suffered terribly from dyspepsia The give P.P.P.P.P. P.(Prickly a trial.Ash, Poke Root and Potas- Perfect timekeeper itiar- Under and by virtue of a final decree of
use of B. B. B. has made me feel like a sium)is no secret patent medicine like the many lauled.iluutirg Iica Case; >*y. Cull Ruud lad volt:is' foreclosure, issuing out of the Circuit court concerned will take notice that six
man. I would not take a thousand dollars on the market. Its formula is on every bottle, / E sudrtuq'uieswithwurits Ir I of the Seventh Judicial circuit of Florida months after date I will present my final
has done thus giving a guarantee of its purity and whole- i wl cues of equal value. I account to Honorable Minor
for good me. ,,: Oite 1'erson in each lo- in and for Brevard in Jones,County -
eomeneea that other blood i county a
no does ,
W. 31. Cheshire, Atlanta Ga, writes : purifier give. ,Y_ j, ;l t t -"th aiy';r with can our secure large one and free valuable -, cause therein depending wherein Lucinda Judge of Brevard county, Florida, and
'.! had a long spell of typhoid fever, facturers Lippman Dro .. Wholesale Druggists, sole manu line of II< u ehoId Imn i Tuttle (a widow), is complainant and Val. pray for an order dismissing me from the
and proprietors. Lippman block, Savannah nmplc8 Theie(ample*, aiwll
seemed settle in the last will
which Ht last to right ? and
my Ga. as the watch, we tend entine Gailor and Carrie Gailor and Charlie testament of
which swelled An Free,and after you bare kept Phineas D. Wesson late of stid
leg. up enormously. ......,..,,,,,,,,,..... thm in yoa< x---ic for 3 mouihs and shown them to those Gailor, heirs of Albertina Gailor deceased. county,
ulcer also appeared which discharged a who may bave iilJ,they become yonr own propertr Those deceased, and George F. En administrator -
who write at once ran bd are of receiving the Wntch ey, as
cup full of matter a day. Then. I gave B. and Sample+ Ve pay all B. B. a trial and it cured me. 4 Stinaon; Co., ISox (J13,Portland,Maine Seward 50-Cmo. Administratrix.
i Gray as guardian ad litem of said

Carrie Gailor and Charlie Gailor, infants,

Worth Knowings ,'-- '" x303 Setsin.Machine are defendants I will as Sneoinl Master in Notice to Creditors, Legatees and

Mr. W. II. Morgan, merchant, Lake 't .To at once establish 1 Chancery, sell at public outcry to the highest Di,lrjbutecs_

City, Fla., was taken with a severe Cold, 41Ng Z r.,5j p.acing trade in our all parts aachina, by : and best bidder for cash, on Monday, j All having claims and demands

atttended with a distressing Cough: and :'1 I- and roods them where we will the end people free run to one tea I the third day of June, \. D. 1889, the against persons the estate of Robert Walker creditors
running into Consumption in its first PYRAFUGE person in each locaitythevery same being the first Monday in the month, as -
best sewing-machine made in legatees or distributees will take no-
stages. He tried many s>o-called popular A scan CCttE !'OB the world,with all the attachment between the legal hours of sale, in front o- tice that their claims be
and CHILLS &. FEVER, ,' Ve will alto tend free a complete r the Court House door in the town of Ti must presented to
cough remedies steadily grew worse. DUMB AGUE j .S.H line of our costly and valuable art I me within two years from the date hereofor
SS [samples In return we ask that you tusville, Brevard county, Florida the following -
Was reduced in flesh, had difficulty in tl+ 1 .how what we send to those who the same will be barred, and persons indebted -
breathing and was unable to sleep. Finally may rail at your heme.and after a described real estate, to wit : That to said estate will make
months all hall become your own certain lot of land situate in the town payment to
tried Dr. King's:: New Discoveryfor property. This rrand machine is oi me. E. GALE
.1 made after the Titus\ille of Brevard ,
Singer patents county and State
Consumption and found immediaterelief /Yilr.. n' which have run oat: before patents o : Administrator of Robert Walker, late of
\ and in
S run out it sold for$93,with the being lot one of section three Bade
and after about half dozen deceased.
using a I county,
a tachments and now sells for
bottles found himself well and has hadno t' '<& !>.Beit,strongest,roost nsefnl I ((3)township twenty-two ((22),south of rangethirtyfive April 1, 1SM>. 51-8w.
machine ;
the world. All i.see. known
in (35)( ) east, and described
return of the disease. Xo other remedy _. __ No capital required. Plain,
r ul I lit I brief infractions given, 'I hose who write to as at once can se, las follows: Beginning at a point on the
can show so grand a record of cures cure, tree the beat sewing-machine in the world, and the I east side of Washington
+S t'ilofw as Dr, King's New Discovery for Con- LIPPMAN'S PYRAFUGEIS 't'it UE.t CA.. liox 74O, A.UKU ta, Maine i five feet south of the intersection of said

sumption. Guaranteed to do just whatis i I east line of said avenue with the south line person* concerned will now take

claimed for it. Trial bottle free at CALLED THE of the station grounds of the Jacksonville, I notice that, six months after date, I will

Dixon & Benson's Drug Store, Titusville. Wonderful Chili and Fever Expeller Tampa and Key Wes Railway Company, present to Hon. Minor S. Jones, County
i Judge of Brevaid
It cures the chills and fever tones nn the system, I rom said point"of beginning run east one county, Florida. my
I i
JJucklen's Arnica Salve. gives an appetite bringing strength and health to the lUndred feet; thence south thirty feet; tiij.'il vouchers ns administrator with the
offerer. .hence west one hundred feet to the will annexed of Thomas New, )late of
The best salve in the world for cuts j eastline
said Brevard
deceased and thatat
of county
Lippman Druggists, Washington avenue thence '
I bruise, wires, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sole manufacturers and proprietors, Lipp- north along the east line Washington; run 'I the same time I will apply for letters
sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblains dismissory fiom such administration.This .
mann block, Savannah, Ga. avenue to the starting point; together with !
I corns and all skin eruptions' and positively r'N N all and March 15, 1889.
For Sale at Dr. Screven's Drug Store. singular the tenements, heredita :
: cures piles, or no pay required.It ] ;''n ments and appurtenances thereunto be- Wai. McCttACKEX
i is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac- :I pt longing. 1 1i 4S-6mo. Administrator etc.

tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents Dated this 2.:th day of April, A. D. 1SS9.
box. For sale all stores in _
per by drug SCOTT'SEMULSION J. P. TURNER Xotice of Incorporation.
Tituaville, and on Indian River. ,
I ; Master in Chancery, I The following Corporation has this

NOTICE. .. I II Robbins & Graham Solicitors for com day been folined bj the undersigned

K < M II plainant. 2ot. i iNotice Incorporators. to wit St. John UHf In-
1 e : II I
Thirty days after date I will sell, in A tY I Uian iiiver C,.u..u cult! Mtamboat Co.

front of the Tropical House, Titusville, A i I I Capital Stock 100.000 dollars, in

the trunk owned by Dr. B. T. A. Har- t, r I or lincul'porallon. shares of $IUO tluiiaiu each.

wood to satisfy a demand for board. Said I ; To dig, excavate aii'l build a canal con-

trunk contains a good lot of clothing, OF PURE COD LIVER OIL be 1."The The Indian name River of this Land corporation and shall j nectiuir the waters of the St. John's and

one skeleton, some drug bottles and a Improvement j IIl iulriver., by a suitable and sufficient
number of medical books treating upon AND HYPOPHOSPHITES business Company, and its principal place of j i canal to carry, transput and convey
be Ilardeeville. Indian River..
surgery and anatomy and various other Almost as Palatable as Milk. Florida. -- --, /! persons and property thereon in the

things. Come one. come all to the sale.J. i Comities otVoltisia, Brevard and Orange
2. The
D. MCDONNELL, Prop'r. So disguised that it can be taken general nature of the business of I and all necessary canals connecting said
Titusville digested, and assimilated by the moat ORGANS; said corporation shall be town improve- j principal canal. To navigate and run
May 20, 1889. sensitive stomach, when the plain oil ments at Ilardeeville and vicinity-the !
Cannot be tolerated; and by the combination Steamboats upon said canal St. Johns
I I of the oil with the hypopho building of a hotel, &c. and Indian liiver. The principal office
Brace Up. phites la much more efficacious. 3. The capital stock of the corporation I' of said Corporation shall be at

You are feeling depressed, your appetite Bemirktilc fts a flesh producer. YOUR HOMEIS shall consist of 1,000 shares of $100 each, Osteen. Volnsia county. State Florida,

is poor, you are bothered with headache Persons gain rapidly irhlle taking It. 850,000 of said stock to be paid in and the I OSTfcEN, Fla., March 15. 1889.
and NOT FURNISHED balance to be held by the be
you are fidgetty, nervous, generally corporation to II. E. OSTEEN. '
out of sorts, and want to brace up. SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged disposed of for improvements as necessity :I JOHN SAULS.I .

Brace up, but not with stimulants, spring Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation WITHOUT ONE. shall require. I I JOHN W. PIIICK.j .
medicinesor bitters, which have for their in the world for the relief and cure of 4. The corporation shall commence its j i 'v. S. NORWOOD.

basis very cheap whisky, and which stimulate CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA SAVANNAH, Ga., Nov. I, 1888. i existence On Monday, May 1st, A. D. 1889, !1, GEO. W. DICKSOX.: -
Forty Thousand Southern Homes made i
you for an hour, and then leave GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING happy with fine instruments since 187O and shall continue for twenty years.

you intworse condition than before. DISEASES, EMACIATION, and till the good work foes on. 5. The officers of the corporation shall NOTICE OF ISOnl'ORA TIOS.

What you want is aletrative that will COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS. 3,000 Pianos and Organs sold last year. be a president, vice-president, secretary,
purify blood The great remedy for Consumption, and 5,000 our mark for this year.Lower Price t treasurer and five directors, to be elected : Notice is hereby given that the under-

liver and your kidneys.,restore start healthy your action vitality.of Jftutingin Children. Sold by all Druggists.If I greater Better Instruments Inducements will Easier gain Terms na this and increased i by ballot on May 1st, 1KS9, and to hold ; signed persons have formed a company for '

sale.TltonsanUSoi. their offices until the first in the purpose of constructing, maintainingand
and give renewed health and strength _. __ h j I
Such any dealer says he has the W.L.Donrlai names yet unsuppiiea with I March, A. D. 1890, or until their successors I operating a railroad, or tram-road,
a medicine $*>u willfind in Electric Shoes without name and price stamped oi Instruments that might to-day be enjoyingthem I are elected and qualify. The subse- i from Lake Poin ett to Rockledge and Cocoa -
Bitters the bottom, put him down as a fraud. .
through of
and our easy system Helling.CASH
only 50 cents a bottle at any to pay down not nerded.Ve have quent elections for officers and directors I I with the privilege of extending to City

drug store on Indian River. A PLAN by which, WITHOUT RISK, any shall be on the first Monday in March of Point, about parallel with the Indian Kiv

one can obtain an Instrument of any Style each year, and the terms oi office for one I' er, through the towns of Rockledge, Cocoa
or Price, making either MONTHLY, and City Point Fla. The of said
QUARTERLY or YEARLY PAYMENTS year, or until the qualification of a suc- name
until paid for meanwhile enjoying use of cessor. I railroad, or tram-road,"Indian
Pianos I Instrument C. The Highest amount of indebtednessS I River and Lake Poin...ett Railway Com
& Organs No extortionate prices. No Risk. No For- :i or liability to which the can pan) ." The railroad i3 to run from Lake
feiture of all cash paid If Installments
bo promptly paid. Contract perfectly cannot :! any time subject itself shall not exceed I Poinsett to Rockledge and Cocoa, with
FAIR and EQUITABLE protecting 'four-tenths of the capital stock. privilege of extension to City Point through
chasers from all imponition or loss. PIO'-I' j Rockledge, Cocoa and City Poipt, about
Write.and we will point out the Incorporators: James T. Small, Lewiston I parallel with the river, 7 to 14 miles in

get a fine Instrument Easily and at a low I Maine; Robert A. IIardeeof Ilardeeville length, all in Brevard County, Florida.
It Price Brevard county, Florida.; Minor S. The company's capital stock consists of
you want to purchase a ; Wonderful bargains for Fall 1888.
h. Jones, Titusvile,Fla. Robbins & Graham
; of one hundred shares of one hundred dollars -
Piano Better than any before offered. Prices Titusville, Fla.; Albert A. Taylor, Cocoa, each of increasing
or Organ, write to the un- -$10,000with privilege -
I Largely Reduced. Notice these SPECIAL Breard county Fla. 52
such stock to 250 shares of $100
derai geed or give him a call. OFFERS aUpright I' each, in all. The undersigned compose its

Can sell you any of the instruments Piano only $200 : : first Board of Directors C.: B. MAO
t ,

of the best and leading Strings 1% Octaves-Rosewood-Overstrung-Fully Scale Guaranteed-Three I wu'fR I 1 II. S. WILLIAMS,
-Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price,S600. : E ,

makers at prices that defy W. L. DOUCLAS Parlor Organ on'y $65Four It.E. P.P. PORCIIER.PADukoy,

competition. '$3 SHOE F OR Sets Reeds-11 Stops--Couplers- This March 5, A. D.1889 41-3mo. .
GENTLEMEN.Beat Handsome Case. Catalogue Price,9200.

GENUINE In the world.HAND-SEWED Examine hisM.OO SHOE. Stool,Cover,Instructor,Music Book i FliTS I AGENTS WANTED. (Only ':12.73. '

84 00 HAND-SEWED WELT SHOE. and all, Freight ,Paid. t
82.30 83.50 EXTRA POLICE VALUE AND FARMERS CALF f'oHO&SHOE. Other Special Offen just at good. Largest Stock EARTHSEASKY!
82.25 South to dooIe/rOlA. TEN GRAND MAKERS.
23KS8MFMI8Sfc SHOES SOO Different{ Style Can suit all buyer Write or Marvels of the Universe;a grmpale description ot
Pianos All made n Congress, Button and Lace. for catalogue,eircu&xrt,and Fret When I say CUr.E I do not mean merely to the wonderful thing in Nature t thrilling adventures
of our WelDpapa
am organs sold on tic ManMtPlanwientoM : I stop them for a time,and then have them return on Land and Sea.-renowned discoveries of great explorers. .
W. L. DOUGLAS "S/iarp/ and Flats, giving full and valuable again, I ME4 A KAU1CAL CUliil Published In English and O rmaa. M>pace.
', .. .. .... -.-.. rl
information.REMEBBER 1 have made the tiiseaae ot ii i! -ut+' tioo ;T- T lJXt TO L.: ;.i-
trated elrealan and extra terms to. agents JFBXS.FOB3HEC .-
( Discount S3 SHOE LAFoTES. FITS EPILEPSY or A MfMAKI.V. tsaelnaJUJ.
Iregt'Materlal. Bert Style. Best Fitting.
to Hies on Organs.l U DOC told by' your dealer. write OUR EASY TERMS. FALLING. SICKNESS, PERFECTCOFFEEMAKER
Examine W. L. Douglas' $2 Shoes for HANDSOME OUTFITS. A lifC'long study I WARBJLST my remedy to .
BKST1HSTRUM1&1T9.ALL CURB the worst cases. Because others have A new Invention for ID&tc
correspondence .will receive prompt Gentlemen. failed is no reason for not now receiving cure. Coffee and Tea.better than anything -
attention.E. FREIGHT PAID. Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLE now la ue t ana Vofta*
FOR SALE_ MONET SAVED ALL. Otnee..It Coffee or Tea Pot Bam Die will be
and Post costs you nothing for a
II. WAGER, C. J. -HECTOR LU D D EN trial and it will cure you. Address eat mall Airenta for twenty,Wauled cents to la
&BATES .H.C.ROOT; ,M.C.,183 ASLSrNEvYou: Mild for fall particular of this
and other fart teUiac artWee
Titus i i lle, Florida. Melbourne, Fla. SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. SAVASNAH. GA.:. For hee& Mc llnCUclftn4MlJ.



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L LOCAL I-ACOSICS- Hr 31 :E. Titus 5s or E. TiTit KirieDa -A colored TTDaasn, raiaed ThrLm2.
with 2.D- Announcement Extraordinary!!
banter : EI JaekocTiIi '5 cuarreroasly ret & .znty
v. rFtC' tJr-ari Cerenoi-h Is Tid1YeD-
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TTc* reristered a:: ilitG'filla iT g. and People of Indian
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rue-aET mu.-ni::. ior :rnanrh,
: 1m'1l tie* weei. ,I :. !1 d IDUD:1- n.-w; .be btn reined 10 admit the M.s..L D.. jet G Just Reeled a Largefrom Consignment of 60001

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loan CJE real e. -!J'1ar.p :aJJttin tv1:turii' it Tbs trial of tbe WOtI&D Direct : I 'oW YorLd ,
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p !tLrDi..ier OiFior1L8
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outfit cio v.-(:1: in s3
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brsnrbrt r,f dentistry ia a =Fubstsati: Cad :BJeMfced :Mu li i. 5e. ioArid 13r.. pt"!' yard, r
,{Halts'I 02 tbe :ire sa 1 l..t. l T:1uu.ltt (ne i f iris libo Ty rentmekwirner
t *>rti faESory manner. !ti.-. D:i dn wite n-l f f.tler 'tliDT*- .-ill ji i 22 it-- -
larre ; '
ifiduSur drsrar. fcj Oliver& made u tbort ri it lt' ITloricasind a : r ; :; +er ( -
to sisblihb iiiniaLif ber* | l e:1Y
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t 1ad TTE ?i. mDciJ! ylta-ed: vitb the s r ttbst aim herelid
znd mil jjrdbs3xy bnnr :biitsuly ,
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-DaIi'l fv r. p1 ti 5r trip>> v &at sniifce tni. hi* fnt

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:our The dr-dr-bo w Cbester bas- completed tbsi ItT. Honrbtoa +rrtt to retsnn'rtb

-Ftt sale. 2 lecntec Iou rA hY1-n DYi tbe elearinr el the cbrameltbe :h-ori in t fey cay-: erj tad tbat be ba: Nti Y ort and florifla{ ,' Boston.! PMMtlpMs] ad lit Es!, l

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.r.. :S t.'rn E Jf3I3IIr.DI, ?, IDdita(& !!i-- VVbitewill make -e2.ctrr.-ii.a trip to 22ar -*+ Mr D:.: -on cil fcsre tbe -D_1d. DI FIfO NEW YOKE CITY.rii03I. FEE_ ANIIPI.: .

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+ TLt':5UDd cu5 nD 1< :E11. OL1.m fob :tj=n trip ualr 7r Lens. There roll 1? a ineetinr of the ch. Ib* L-oi Steaia-lipt STATE OF TEXAS. CIT (*1"x A>"T' .>!. a!

LrriT.e-*. H! I> 10 BIO GR HYDE .
: tie: ara 1il 2. jn.
F' \\ .f' i ID: ]j t befisr h. : .za of TIm_ills &t Me= rs. Diion i
,. iarintr tbe PETIT Lc'gr Y s:2; iitmror tb*' ::: Are Itrrre. ;' :- dtejnirti; tad c(imit+ltble- sailing ahrraatbe .4. Ti:..
p !.rot v-.a .'!' #' r-n s. Surf ktb1tlr"iIJ S: :=y'f.1.D"f r v-nxrrDir efeinar a"elori : ; irr l c t eacb ere 5te return* Tzike yottr batainr -
ib $ rred uttntMr. io:1. < :: for tbe pun> of feelestiar:: tbrei SCHZDUi-H.
*;nh* &IuD; tad bare: L -tt .time..
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-Quiteeaatioa t ecarred l& : St.t- 5 C t tb of Jane, t3srbieb
it t-iujfpinc L 1 tbr Indian direr CityHu&eL 2i e\v Smyrna vilje.

ai andHI! return IIDE-- KOS ala tir.zy wileD i: aunoiuieed: tb: Mrfc. tide L memorizJ will t r? &.':- nre: =ATE OF TEX.-. Cartsia. 'K1ffi Ems..______._...._ach. : r;

tzrlo&S of }UE : W trrnr**- (:tiDpb 1. of Jat'k.uLTlle. had retamedto to be pre eav'd 10 O.arrr prfin.L 1 BIO (;SA T.E.
Hot 5- hid place 2 >d v a arid tinder zrreiby place be read r. port trf entry This i--tejit STATE OF TESAr. Captain: : W llim1 ..._u..u ___ .'", :,* "
-r.n Indira :Err** Ciij u sari .
:SLeri B'j niEa tbroarb_ to tejerrstsZir. tbe rfrnlar rcuaiii BIO.iBANT Ctpttin: I >wiTATE :.__...._.___.__...____... l
vemre I
i ETesnVr aecet*t.ry ; ,
cilSinj'01 whb "Wfc.Morsas .; OF TEX A.Ctptjda n 1-, _._.._ ... ,-1.
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10 JhD"n1: 3aieb nin'Leri qsjtpleawait *- e.f uaert HO: GBAXDH Cfitcii, Lewis.. ...._..___..._____..._.__. ..a
courier to tod IJD.&] Mr. Cttapbell: End bijnytber t.tneciiTe jK)rt Dona. It it deaded to _=_- _' neLii T ,.;. :X..;J07 ?:emu. n.1.mtbum des J01) ::I 2 3Iron. *., ,.. Ttx
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tfcl B-b it either 4 t CbErle-toa or E T&.n- = :.
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r Tbf Ser. Juat* Baiiuii :preacbuader Mor: y sad | er-aaded her tiretsra / nah t': Femzmdisa. wherever tbe trjp'trt Z- 1-rtR+ 'UJ Ith.. s t :! bL's Z et' t DorTtJ.m.4 Trail t
r 1l.tiGret' uz si eleven o'dott ..c-rzme J L t 1.T :"11I. tt Ktepseia* uI.-rn" t::
z ber bun Jaet_Jlr.J1tTn -..
g to in t'ledred. to the liD= trill warrz.te: L1'J' Isrtirf'nlinijzuui.. csi 1* c" 1
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c dar 4ay ID;..:: ;emeat ia manin;: their reamer:. H rTTSiTH. t rr rst2bs r:.

C. C. Tercpit .iI3jtrKach tbt snse n'ou1 nut Lre with him .ay more-. T-t eC'w I zpli-ii tbi= parp!>e it it rjecary ;:: L: -Tar. )'I & -i>erb.- TTn'' -ia.r fir!' _
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f ix&s ibtl ... ... eSbF..t of Indlta Brer proinet* st tbtoS'.f jrnto receive f reir t by tbit route l t L !!. !;, L M" ,

:he siewlr-ufi'' 1d p:14 viii crt of GOT i Purdy 1E: d1 d tit repre-entfd tbere -' u !.ha: reliable sitzBt

' .rte c1iLrr f iff ale t'.o.ffi aril rile .> t+f reiaiirttyy: qcslity, r rim! rurste i:5Uri zt o:: at po-4bie can tetrrired C1yd e JmoD .

: .,, b-: ifJL'Iv.De t"l.L'lI1)c".itl ri'i l of the by Me r:. Jt.aet & Wiley. it iLid at. Xe; York.: Charleston & Florida Lines.

,I raqD tl. l y coaapeteat jadre? tbst tbe bEiaple oaezbibitiun -Fit"t" carp of f'Irsii: < rolled <,utoa

4, Tae tsk*.rI1JrnbirT ) Or Din carried E load of :: i- *dum -tl ri ad even iaenitJas Jf't ercur ua to Palatka Tneisyfrom

iron :.hi*- jSace :.n tbe rnoSaturdtij of lit ec.atry: where cereal Ere TI.r..m werefrom

"f dzT t..l3t+t+11a1 t 713{taeLDdi. r h 1 nsade 2. }. 'h.:!:. tad they ErefzJr rpeeiuiea dowa the river, bent oa .tafcinr ia*"

; vberttber jdl rejor: d barllt. of tie crup coTeriar: forlv acret.wbiea tbe *'Gii2 C5tyHie ezcurtJorj wnt tvreturn .

1; Fl.jtl}' iitth1.M : osr u wc-iaea ::2Tf' der
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day ertaiiuru frota t trip for ziisu bh 1 cirbt June Cti a.cbco] tlouteven: o"ek+cn, 2Lrriviar here about

l ) iLe luirtiiiisiiis of XoribfcaSd Ca.TttliJ !rot eatertsiameat vil] be rivea by tbe pap2 two (J-ck.c1= tbe f..!k winr: Qoraiur:. Aftr .
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:. Lf did DU: ftr vt' l & when b- of Tira=rllle Acadeasy. for tbe pzrpos rff c d v"s ridlaj oa duttv cars r?d

.. left loima Eire: tbfct tbcbtsre bad ami-Has tbetb<.K4 with KsieatiSc: 1-: ttrolliar over Paiatka tbe ticuraJCAnitttwere The jiarriSces.: Steamship-: his: Line tre :pj uii :fid t till 4 : fJ: .i- :

." t .. not l?i fcf u4 biID-nl .: .tus chL':. rlob 44. ID&p. etc. Tberete taoroazbly fttirnei_ and tfter ( :.LDd .rd Timt j

t.. :- C. B. B. KnIfU...ri, eiiior: tod u-ill i lft erLapply of n'rh1Her: io-dar tbe greater p nil of teL airbt"ret. rron- L-{CYL.S.r. ,...L-_LJr.F-11.e ...oKe"s- -. -o: i TIlL ILAV I_ .-.. .r i.-4 a1 as:' 1te JIIIII ft.X

J'rI.4ltrH'.ttr of tb- Bro.>Hja 3 e vbo bst* : z:1d aelicaca** cariar tbe erei)g. Tbepx prsbably do not care :.0 take tsy TI\A .. 'zit- : Si"ia sc2
TL\ (:L Tht:. :.zT.. T :' J:: ; .:;( &., :.
bees rarug btre f...r the berf'fI of laLetllb 'ST iase i' fall of lit rsry eatenahilaeat. : more: free F..rn.xia.m.. tinje.Saaae : LE )1:1I.. ., ,,.: !' L: ,t<.y' & SL -
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any to uad is tiny rhea entirely by tbetsleat ; ci-turbaaee {r"t u:r e; on the ; ,.. ...
for (sine jrsstrj eel r e- : way : : :1t-. :1G 10.1 i-.ft t L :' =L : Tom? 'r-1' fIn he :! !ail
y f r'EL :..tEL: i. :s... s.: ':(+t,t. n. I-vt:=' !:f">rItrrt. t I3ectP& u1uil.11. s.ziirsL .
turn Lumt i/en '\t't"tt- of tbe ->:b' ..l Tbe: eatertaiataeatIf ; down wita oaf iterro_ wb: wished: to take ( -:' .. -11: J', .. = 10.. n.

free to ilL bat tbere will l e a aiallcbtrre : coatrol of a car occupied iy! the wbitej : : .Lcfr: &.: I:1* t. 1tEEi :- _
tbtpioaetr .
of Cre-oeul ( .
; -J. A. Dart:. :.T. :' : tII ::'.:; I.T.. L: 4 a4' a .Ill .r 0.: .J s sonr.ia -
vdi-feiater of ibe Mtie vf Florida for refre-bsieatfc, : yople.. but be w g- promptly: p ut t'f tbetrain ; :':';;::t 11 5.1a1U.J.Ctt ;.. &: f-t t+ L tt Cl.1I+ t: CU:r-i3iL ta.t 1 AW:
T1XAS'J:!. +LL'c.L. t j-A k. is: fc: :'m' p tYork. :
i? SH,W v,*raiI1 r t: Iocia.aili. Fla., -MefeTe. I'J;bier i GrtbLs lisve let when be arreed to ride ia tbe car .
: :; with ibhalaace of Lit rtc-e. Ii -<*iatouite P"Ol: P' ernandina 10 Xe5r F o.' Fl5.D ;..So,
1Idt'n dJ cam: IDL.kaiiSoa e jnzj i e sded the eoutract to M:. L B. Itccer for :brio : .
.t Tnezj, U. 2*. isItfcrtsttKa is W : .:z2:4: 50: w stn tea xa 3 a 3 ysI
lu tbat otbt-r citurbaDce j b:+3L
d.r and iaf( ns .1'D be oicziaed.Mr new resl e
whit will be near tbe Court Hoa-. oa : than tbitwcurred on tbe trip -
James T. i &r- bas *currdbi i B trdiar Frei h: rind P 1 > I.1J! 14.

!. apj 4t3iiD :l nJciM..r fur the r ew Palm: street. Tbi? baildiar 1tiJ be of -J tbrt"!; n'.j. 2. carkmd of 0urPrice M ./ .T.r1 L ..4"t' .". .a..i"fI1"Z"f'; ? h. .: "U_ ::, L.r.T'I 1,
'T1.AI': Arfrt. J .lIJ :a.a.
Cunnv Coon rtfeatJv e->ial!5-lbed ia t E brie: tad e bt:>j e that butiaeboa:: et i- very low. Call: 9J: fend yorrordert ;...zS L E""T+.!.UI :. Y A ;.cttsr. zat. T 1.: IIG '':- ';D.. : l' .Ly2.orr.3e.

I OO ustv I// L-ritli.inrfc.. CouaiJOIK T J: 'se will bereaft-er be .13 of brick. AJtbuarb: !I u Gea. B. R:1;+:t. + mi. I'. LT.lJI A <0_ Grtarril tiny A. +rntr
a brick 'tmcrcre ingy co: oae-tHrd amrett
will Usi? Jude of o&rge2.:2t Cm.D1Yr

dh 4Y r. Coo-.. the oct;:: it reibe ertrs ei 5 a: I There died ia Cbe-t-er. a few 1liJI BOBBINS & GRAHAM i

ir ndat ia a few Tea: A brick. baildiar from Feraaadist, -,rvtrral dayti&ce, the ,
f.b.n the :
Herr 12T4- : ::
i i re di1y iII Z.e& LD. FITe ID4IDte 't oldest p :-.:-::. j'robably, ia the United ,.1=
-1(1-1 c:;1 J Dne 02: 2 thirty carp. TBCAiiDJ 1 '
; : of ?olid parr, erity :.0 2 :Jet-y :States: He claimed to remember j erfectly -
rip a rJi. During biuj away he wail
iccideats of tLe reroli and REAL ESTATE BROKERS
t94eL'rurUb'pact 2.1 ike fccuszJ re- -A NortL CarUiza fsebLnre %STPr&btbly : -: Jl. & LQAKAGEffi3LAXDS

wii= b-ol:01: fmis: : Africa >eve2i before
i the Mayor ia the yeart
,. Z2S(a ofvbicb the -,l'V aw. rmt"er it:. Si. yoBnrt -
',, V the prit- tad wits, at but time: --
Lt: r-n.dlat **/.inn rt. *Ui jl pAl tMtJCi. .* t .A" iv'ville. y -

X. C Hit natse is Ciiirlt D. nearly 3C The far e-tinate of bire -
1 ti Mers. .*. JL Belcher i COL eli .! BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Blastos. a::..: be i ouly:: tveBty-eisrht n- it 13'T.. rG
aB +e9 2 **Bii ujg 2} tt :wo 1ff't't.. ,
41I Loan
year- off 2LreH*- i* f. D:iat. rat. end hnEidt .. Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cestL
time at tOOT *ta&d addiiko to tbtiru f. .s lot in rspidlr _-( wr T:' : riD IQO *
wn .
? '
Y f forttui;;*" l j.+reb Dt BettThe rr.vir DOW ordered :':-z'. :n 1v h"fmtnh .
t .rt*. -TjtUrii- CE-3 i''jii5t of 11 \il.TL ... frva ,t''IiY<-r1: sad trffl jirolisbljfcrrire ; ROYIstria tl e Mrr: .:* k'tf .n: Tj'tll_ .::r fr -rL :_ up 1it $11))),
\ h bt jD -: :UrLt""J :: .
; Dst 1IN.1;. T.. 'n la: r or: for I: -n",,-* t .i -.-' $2.M. f2.=...-.1
m ic
was EiET vdi be prod <.f in? r t- <

their oe* adTerti-orris. cord for tbe its-st year at the bead of *_.*.*- r Ear Agents for Florida Sonthem"Railway t Life
Ed DeC rtlcmed f
Czpiiiu < ::cry rcEjMelV .
caaidpfility. }I:. Attinsos it L CJMH- fi
,orae Be&cb: ii-t S.2 turdar. where 31 =': ihaa S.CO>.''''_0 Acrtr.f t'boice Lands located Dt'.3.IlenI1:
1.- of the },i:.. sd like hif brother in .
Le bz. be j &s*i,:irr )Ir. J. A. fur": intbe u:,uJr ia the state, suitable for Farming Grazinc. Fruit and uHt
Mayor ia S<;rib: CL ina be h 2 -t lnthm Veye
n.rtein well I ua. }Ir. Durstbfcfc t G:-':+win-Pin, Cypress and Cedsr Tim .
; /- eP... pn- $1 \cre a.
ocnt. 2nd bis e5,3.r.a bare plsced I'I I .3- "' j"t.4 r
irautferred hip Indicl3. I! 'U PW3:"'. 5.
M plic: 10Merritt ...
bin ia z rery crediu&bk po i it5on z$ fa.
.x I Idxt/d, tvbere be i= DV\\ a: ". (.:1: 2* thisorlds g>.di fire coacerued. K --- P. O. Box 250 Ti11=Tilli". Florida.

l iilkiQga .til. -
-To the :arm who cell Innber for A. A. STEWART, GEO. M. R08 81NS GRAHAl
-Mew". Eader sDd litre .
: Gar +n:-
r f i'1 Uti) sad :.0 to p=#pk of Brerird aad Ckrr Circuit Ooart. Att BBREYARD
j. f: LaV. 3L
tiawd rives front iot
tbe Briterprej
2 oa: ;
+ Dade ratieT. Hitd>ett & Gx* bare :

and 3Ir. Eodrr ei j+*
: at once upcffi the Ian? Tht'.ocz- tweJre north* by :,it'i10.... prices oaIsniber AKIN0POWDER Complete A tracts of Title f'QrDI bed to all land IB B rr

tioo it a beautiful one. The wniiders- and building arterial, aid prop vard counts Florida.

Lion wa w.i-) for a retire of zbost 1S5 Titles Examined
r l >e :.0 saTe hem tbous .i>d$ sore.Tbey and Perfected.

feet. sire now prepared to i-elL for tie Box 23O, Titusville. Fla.

The dMner Manatee caa be ells"- net twelve monthall, kinds of roarblaaber I -

tered for caning frei; it or for trip cieaper: than any fart ia Brerardocmaty SPEcrr A T. oFF .

i anywhere on the co&st. Freight rate* or in the State of Honda. Pure. New Varieties Peaches and Plums, $10.00 per 100WHS -
i'y Absolutely
always'ble. Her captain mates $7..1.re1l1ni offered for any. fina that Af ordf5 before June willlae b.. 1f'd for fill delayers d i rIlUIj
: at abort 1M CT
i a specialty of capturing the :zcacatee ; loses the people of Indian Baser and I p4.tad&s tae vLsQesogQcsKnt+rr .aica .A ear lore Ttl c: PuiT. Hone irk 1M Tie Peeto:Peate 1rld.-clrf.KI Early- '2.:>,d Lue, tlia at.' Rid tli I.pmyerioII '

tea-coir, native only to the waters of ; Lake Worth country more, or will sell I tras the crluajr kind*. u>i e&.bOt be sal.inoo Pt-.Id1 PIas11k suna, Oa.n ind tb6'1 an Plums
=pe Dtn vh tt e Esk;:_ at low' try -.btJr: or as 'er:+ta; ire thrt-e to four left mJ: Ttrmbalazice l paef$1
Sooth Florida. Further particclars for- them lumber and building material s> t taw or p1ir' ; J1)1Ir4ew. Said cmJ7 1:1 : 'with order, before: WPmult. Fit b t Cbn.o 'F_1 : .
.. rt J csbt. Ec; Ling Po.Co IK TT 2 ryrrSts n 4Ur _-_ .ro pe.r
nhbed by J. W Zellers. 1itlmIIe. -
cheaper than T. Hatchett & Co. l'CIrt. B. BEiCH. Indian River
t + Xurseries, Melbourne, }1s.

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