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:
June 6, 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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University of Florida
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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Kt i Cocoa. \ Proceedings of County Com Melbourne. From further down the river we hear Eau Gallic.

Mr. J. 31. Sanders went up to Titus- missioners.TITUSVILLE Drilling has begun on Dr. Lyman's artesian of orange trees loosing most of their The long drouth is broken at last. We

lie Monday. June 3, '89. well.A leaves, guavas looking as if being singedby had some welcome showers during the

S. The Honorable Board of County Commissioners little rain at last-just enough to fire, etc. At this place the leaves were past week.
Schoonmaker's sloop Mqttie
lich k, Capt. launched. in and for Brevard county, uncurl the orange leaves a little. curled for two or three days and nightson Mr. W. H. Adams, of the U. S. Mail

been Fla., met this day pursuant to adjournment Miss Allen's cottage has received a full some places; in others not affected at Service was the guest oflr.. J. E. M.

Mrs. M. J. Thomas and her little son and in regular order, this day be- compliment of screen doors and windows. all. Guavas are uninjured, the best cultivated Hodgson on Sunday last.
week.IiAA .
for Georgia
arvin ing the first Monday in June, 1889. Members Thedrought will greatly affect the pine- and mulched trees suffering least. The artesian well in Mr. P. A. McMil

In ie Rogers has returned to her present, Robert Morrow, chairman ; apple crop, we fear, by making them Very little new growth was made last lan's: has reached
now a
iome in Orange City,after several weeks'y Preston A. McMillan, J. M. Sanders and smaller than usual. month, usually the most trying one of depth orange of over 100 grove feet.

y Cocoa. A. J: Carter, with A. A. Stewart, clerk Rev. A. B. Dilley preached Malabar the year. The guava crop promises to be

)lr. J. II. Powell has been called north and J. P. Blake, deputy clerk. Sunday; morning. He leaves on Tuesdayfor very heavy, the trees and bushes being Mr. Charles Young is making an addi- _

iv the illne sof his father. Mrs. Powell I I I The minutes of the last meeting were his summer vacation north. well loaded now and blooming constantly tion to his already roomy house. Goingto

ill join her husband later in the sum- read and approved.Order beside. start an hotel, Charlie?
:Major C. E. Graves spent last week at
icr. Xo 1-Thos. L. Paine, the com- Messrs. James and R. B. Hlomes, of Captain J. O. Walton is still capturing
Melbourne Beach the breeze
enjoying sea ,
here in full force mittee and Croswell Sanilac Mich. saurians with his large fish net. N. B.
fled The hor e-flies are appointed to procure exam- surf bathing and kindred pleasures. county, were
ut the mosquitoes are not half so num- ine bids for the extension of Ten Mile down on Capt. McNiel's sloop last week. The net is not set out for catching alliga-
Thousands of white butterflies of the
this lat Creek and Five Mile Mr. James Holmes here for tors.
rous as they were at season Creek bridges, reports was a short
Colias family were seen along the river
ear. Mr. Arch Hendry as the best man time last February. In an interview last County Commissioner Chaffee, of An-
bluff afternoon and all
3, Bev.James Bolton will preach in Hill's for contractor and builder, and also the north.Sunday Thursday Mr.J. Holmes said he was very kona; and Colonel Hart, of Palatka,

it ordered that much struck with Indian River were visitors at the Treutler Hotel dur-'
fall next Sunday, June i), at 11 a. m. cheapest, whereupon was during
nd 7:30 inAll are cordially invited his report be accepted and the contractbe The bath-houses: at Melbourne Beach his visit last winter and on his return to ing the past Sabbath.
sJ! o attend. given to said Hendry, to build said are begun,and very soon parties can take Michigan decided to sell and close out Messrs. Hodgson Bros.; sharpie, Belle,

extension for the of $60. their choice between salt or fresh bathsor his banking interests there and
Last Sunday morning services and the sum comeback was turned off Captain McFadden's ways

. elebration of the Holy communion were Order No. 2-On motion it was ordered combine the two. here to see the country and the insects during the past week, after having been '

!t Churcht that the report: of the Road Commissioners Another resident has gone north for at their worst. Both gentlemenhave overhauled and painted.
eld in St Michael's Episcopal
gad23rd of district No. 5 be accepted and ordered the summer. Mr. Ja. F. Hays started I II been looking over the ground at Services in the
Cocoa by Archdeacon S. B. Carpenter. I Baptist Church, Sun-
put on file, and said road to be on the night of the 25th, we believe, for Cocoa and stopped here to look over the
bJ Ed Hill has closed her millinerytore day next, at a. m. The Rev. S. F.
Mrs and with her made without expense to the county ; i Georgia's highlands.The prospects. A trip to Melbourne Beach Gove will conduct the lessons. All are

for the summer has ,Tallahassee said road to run as follows: Start at the. jolly party Myrtle Cottage; lost was very much enjoyed by them. The cordially invited to be present. Seats .

aughter Viva gone to S. E. corner of section 33 and run to the part of their nuniber last week, tempora- artesian water was tested, and to their free.
ksoa30tl Mr. Hill. She will return in the
join N. E. corner of said section No. 33 ; rily. All are expected back in a day or surprise was found to be perfectly fresh
and her business again Mr.I Alfred Trafford and family are ,
all open up thence across section 28 to the N. E. cor- two. They are having a delightful time. and palatable, with no trace of salt. We
Mr W. Wilson, of Courtney, and Mr. understand that Messrs. Holmes intend now comfortably settled in one of the vacant -
ner of section 28; thence on the section
We notice that Mr. F. H. Fee is put- houses belonging to Mr. W. Treut-
Harrison, of Eau Gallie, made a starting bank and loan of-
Cti line between sections 28 and 21 to the a or banking
ting tin on the flat-deck roof of the Mor ler. :Mr. Trafford met with
Ise27t1 'call at Cocoa Monday. Mr. Wilson came Eau Gallie River, (here cross) ; thenceto rison & Hutchings-Metcalf building fice at some point on the river, and it is weather while some severe
his household
20ti over after the little steam-launch of Mr. the S. E. corner of section 17; thenceto hoped can be induced to settle here. moving
which will be
a great improvement over effects from Canaveral to this
II. J. Tiffin, which has! been in the handsof the N. W. corner of section 17; thencein the canvas roof. Col. H. L. Hart, of Palatka, who has place.

d..! Mr. Joiner undergoing some slight re an oblique line to the N. W. corner of been on a visit to Lake Worth, stoppedat The first of several wells that are to be
Mr. Will met with disaster I
pairs.i the N. E. J of section 7; thence throughthe Melbourne on his return. Capt. C. J. put down on the Eau Gallie River was i
last the wind
The Maud F. made another trip to center line of section 6 due north Thursday. During high Hector took him across to St. Kilda and completed last week, and a great volumeof

Melbourne Beach Monday, with Dr. through adjoining sections in a northerly his lighter yacht Cupid grounded on Fish Melbourne Beach. The Col. was much clear, fresh water secured. This wellis
Point and her of 27 barrels of fertilizer
Schofield, Dr. Daniels, Dr. W. L. II ugh- direction to form a junction with cargo pleased with the location and prospects for the use of the hotel owned by Mr.

let, Mr. Moore and Miss Carrie Moore onboard the public road, all in townships 2G and had to be jettisoned to save the there, as all are who have visited that lo William Treutler, and also] for irrigatingthe
vessel from wreck.
J. Dr. Daniels and Dr. Hughlet returned 27, south of range 37 east. cality. orange and fruit grove in connectionwith

the same day by the steamer' St. Order No 3-The report of P. A. McMil Letters from Michigan inform us of The types last week made us say, "The the building. A magnificent two- .

)iW Lucie, as they had only gone down to lan, as a committee of one, on the recep- two families who, so early, have decidedto time was unfortunate, as the examina- story hexagonal bath-house is to be

take a look at the grounds where the tion of the Sebastian River bridges was pass next winter here. One of the tion of the Canal Company's: work was : erected as soon as possible, with bathing i

. Sunday School picnic is to be held. accepted and ordered placed on file, as gentlemen Mr. Fields-has been here after a prolonged drouth." The word and dressing rooms on both floors. No

Owing to the indefatigable and disinterested the bridges were fully up to specifica- before and longs for another delightful "drainage" was left out. The report of expense will be spared to make this hotel

labors of :Mr. Edward Stiling, tions, and the contractor, Fred A. Houston winter experience. the first committee on the Okeechobee second to none on Indian River.

one of the sidewalk committee, the side ordered paid in full, $215, for both Capt. Wilcox's two-story house on drainage work was the one alluded to by TRUTH.
Ocean looks fine with its .
bridges. avenue new U. D'Oxonu.
walk laying is being rapidly accom
plished. Mr. Stiling's progressive and Order No. 4-On motion it was ordered coat of paint. We :see, by looking back, Grand Sunday School Mass

liberal spirit cannot be too highly com- that the bid of Thomas Johnson to builda I that we inadvertently failed to mention Jlicco. Meeting at East Melbourne.

mended. If the same motive promptedall cypress tank of all heart cypress, with i that this house was being built, We Warm weather.No Editor Florida Star:

our citizens the sidewalk would be a heavy bands, in the Court House yard, : knew it, and so thought every one. else mosquitoes or sand-flies. DEAR SIR-Please state, through the .
perfected thing, and a source of infinite said tank to hold 1,500 gallons of water, did. Refreshing showers. columns of the STAR, this week, that the .

comfort and beauty to the entire town. for the sum of 40, be accepted and his Miss Edith and Master Fred Valen- Shipments of vegetables about through.Mr. steamer St. Lucie has been chartered for

,f The following is a list of the public bid placed on file. Whereupon the Board tine returned last week from their aca- G. V. Clements has started on his for the excursion (instead of the Rock-

- spirited townsmen who have generously adjourned until 2 p. m. demic duties at Winter Park to their regular visit north. ledge as before announced), and that the 4 1
...8. promised their aid in fulfilling this ad- After recess the Board convened at 2 delightful home near Melbourne Master mass meeting will be in the Beach grove,
of tomatoes and cucumbers
- mirable work; Mr. A. A. Taylor and Ed p. m., the same members' being present. Fred was accompanied by a friend. at East Melbourne.The .

jfI Hill will give four days' work; D. 31. Order No. 5-On motion Mr Washburnand We hear a trip to Key West is proposedby have gone to waste for want of a market. steamer St. Lucie will leave Titus ;

Johnson, W. G. Patterson, J. A. Paine, H. C. Stark were appointed Road the young men. We are expecting a change in the post- ville at G a.m., arriving at East Melbourne .

Gus Johnson, E. C. Johnson, Mr. Ralph, Commissioners for district No. 6, Mala Fishing isgood. Mullet of the largest office soon, owing to Mr. W. J. Nesbitt's at 1 o'clock.Immediately .

Capt. Thomas Lacy, Capt. James McNiel, bar, in place of Ed Arnold and J. T. Bas- size can be seen leaping from the waterat residence in :Melbourne. on arrival we have dinner ',

Harry Thrall, Dr. Schofield Capt. B. A. sett.Order .any moment; bass, cavalle, sheep- Mr. Harris expects to be a full fledgedM. ; after dinner the organization, etc./; .

Circle, Capt. \\". B. Spiers, Harry: Ever, No. G.-On motion it was ordered head grampus, sailors' choice,'croakers, P. in the near' future. We hope he then over to the ocean beach. .,
... J. II. Powell, two days; A. J. Moore, W. that the following bills be audited and etc., can be had in great quantities. Master will also have an N. P. or a J. P. to his Returning, we leave East Melbourneat

- A. Nichols, one day; Mr. Joins, one-half paid: Willie Ely caught one bass last week name. 4:30 o'clock p. m.

,.. day; A. J. Weinberg in cash. If the Seward F. Gray.........................$ 25 00 37 inches long and weighing 21| pounds, Mr. E. P. Dyer expects to prove up on As has been before stated, every school

P above-named gentlemen will call at Mr. Mrs.. L. DeLaney..................... 10 00 besides smaller ones. his homestead next month. He will have is expected to furnish lunch baskets and r t

Thos.!! L. Paine........................ 20 00 refreshments and bear their proportionate '
Edward Stiling's office as soon as possibleand A. J. Carter............................. 9 GO From the way Mr. Whidden's mules some of the finest building sites on the .
I designate the days upon which they Jas. Pritchard, interest on quarantine are wraped in swaddling clothes and from river, being near the ocean. part of the necessary expenses. .' k

will furnish labor-their own or the money ................................:r 18 GO the galvanized smoke-bucket attached to Mr. Kolleris busy building a house There will be no excursion rates.

for the service of hired work- J. M. Sanders......:...........:.... .. 18 00 the Every member of every school must have ,
to-pay the front end of wagon tongue, we for Mr. John L. Day, of Chicago, in his
P.. A. McMillan........................ 42 00 badge in sight otherwise they will be
a .
men will confer favor on the horse-flies here believe ,
-they a W. It. Sanders, for E. H. Scott- judge that the are orange grove here preparatory to the. '

. sidewalk committee. In course of progress maps............................ ...... 7o 00 we have heard one or two mentionit family residence next winter. charged the usual passenger rates. : ; ,i

of the work we ,will mention the Fred A. Houston...................... 206 75 as a fact. Thank heaven, they only Mr. John Delaney's new house is being Wednesday, the 12th of June, is the 1

I!.t. names of all those who furnish the work G. W. Anderson....................... 8 25 continue for a short season. day. Should it be stormy or unsuitable
. E. B. Wager, job work............... 33 50 painted and is quite prominent' land weather, we will go the next day, if suit *
( Dixon & Gray....................:... 3 74 The wind on Saturday and Sunday was mark. Mr. Delaney and family expect able. .
B. on, bovine, vaccine From the north and decidedly cool. Wonder to make it their home next winter.

'.. Fort Pierce. virus......... ........ '................ 12 00 if have not had another bliz- Very respectfully, i,6
'f; they .
School No.G closed May 25th. The ex- E. W. Hall, Collector................ 223 96 Messrs. Proctor, Emerich and Paige W. L. HUGHLETT, 7
The thermometer here
zard? Sunday
Howell Titus, Marshal of Titus- have contracts in grubbing on Mr. Secretary.Shiloh'e .-
1 aminations held the last week were very ville, sanitary...................... 3 00 evening was: 72 out of the wind and,on YanYlis ingen's and and :Mrs.: Munch's .
interesting, as they showed such thoroughness the south side. We have no mosquitoesyet .
On motion the places. Building will also the for Catarrh
.. Order No, 7- petitionof go up on Catarrh Remedy positive cure
in school work. The exerciseswere sand-flies sickness and the Dipthem. and Canker Mouth. Sold by D ck-
no no .
in the
:II E. S. Quinby, \V. U. Wolfe, E. S. Wi; places near future son k Grey. Titnsville, Fla.
: Reading in unison, "The Voice of grumblers would be at a loss for pretexts'
ley. E. B. Carter and others; fora county I Prof. J. W. P. Jenks wili start for his
the Wind, by :Misses Sallie Carlton and for the weather.
I road from the north boundary of the except, dry home Massachusetts: in a few days, $500.00 RewardWith
Anna Hendry J reading, "By; and By, I'I'Iessrs.
! Jessie recitations. "Rain Wind town of Titusville, to the Volusia county Add Morrison and Will Hitch- after a residence of five months at Oak evidence to provo that any remedy in tbUwide

Hendry; line as shown b)" a map made by E.' S. ings gave us a call Sunday, having just I Lodge. He is always looked for with the world equal Johnson'Chill and'ever Tonic
3 and Snow Charles Carlton and "Little in the treatment of chill and fever and all
Bird Carlton. Certificates of Quinby, now on file in the County Clerk's come up from Lake Worth, where they I Iha.e new year, and may his advents be many. troubles. Price 50 Cents. Money refunded if cot
Perry satisfied.
Merit from the Board of Public Instructions office, be granted, and the same be madea been very busy with their painting I Mr. Williamson has had such good
work. These gentlemen have done the Tallahassee Fla.
public road. ,
e Carlton luck with his Porto Rico pineapples the
finishing of Mr. McCormick's elegant I Johnson'|ChilI and Fever Tonic" needs no
Order No. 8-Whereas, the time for
Anna and Jessie Hendry, as were also the past few years that he is thinking of pushing by the retailer it advertises iticif where.
. settlement of Revenue with the State and house in a most satisfactory manner. ever sold. W. A. BAWLS.
that in the fu-
some handsome prizes. The remarks,so I cultivating only variety
the first Monday They will remain here for a few days to
county having expired on -
complimentary, by the visitors were ture. It is a very good apple, that Sanford, Fla.It .
in May 1889 therefore it resolved see their old friends and then go up the
greatly appreciated by the pupils and brings $60 per hundred. gives excellent.Jaction.-A. E. PHILIPS;
that this Board of County Commissioners river to look after some matters there. .
their teacher. ISIr. O'Brien, of the Signal Service De- Madison }'la:
extend the time for the collection Mr McAllister struck another heavy ,
I partment, has.taken up his residence here Your Tonic circa excellent satisfaction. Hav'nt
The State has effected a tem'pqraryloan of personal tax for final settlement until flow of water at Mr. Treutler's place at heard a word of cptnplaint. RANDELL POPE.
with the
and is pleased change. His cottage -
of $100,000 in New York city at 4}. the first Monday in August, 1889, and a Eau Gallie. Artesian wells and big flowsare
is large enough for two at pre*ent. Lake City, Fla.It .
per cent. This is a rate considerable less new warrant issued to'the Collector of getting to be a common occurrencenowadays ,
No. 2 is a tame coon, which is a close. attendant gives satisfaction to all who try itCHALKER. .
than paid heretofore. The loan runs for Revenue which was' done. and soon only an extraordinary I at Mr. ,O'Brien's heels BROS. k PRICE.'

one year, secured by the obligation of the Whereupon the Board adjourned until I burst like'Coquette' or "J!Djte .
Ocala Fla.
Governor and State opcera. i the ;next regular meeting; ( to ,wit-"';--the States of early oil times will deemed. The recen ,.additioIi' to the fleet of theFernandina ,
i o 1 Your Chin n For first Monday, inJ 111)-; 1889. worthy of notice.' -The:Treutler well is StearnYacht. Club.developed expectation' Give entire satisfaction. Not a single
Printed Dyptpiia guarantee and on Liver every Complaint bbtifc of Sbiloh'yon-Lave.Vj.a ; A. STBWABT, Clerk. ,,270 feet in depth and''water rises. ,in the remarkable speed on hen trial:trip;a few I bottle. has.been.returned." ED.. DELOUBBT.. ".

*rt1.'izer.Titnsrffle It never; FhT fail: *.to* 'curer* .Sold.. by. Uicksoit. & stand<< 'pine 23 feet. 'above the .surface. ofthe'ground days ago; and will materially-lessen' the ; Lakeland 'Fla.A '.

A)ass.k injector free wttn 'bottle of 8hilolsCaUrrh Why will yon cough when Shiloh's Cure m't".1[ which is about 25'feet.above tirfle of passage'between that place and I The Medicine Is a good seTUrr' and hall given entire .
DiekuonG immediate relief Prlce'tact. 6Ocu'an'd $ -sate./txetion.
ctxl..Titeeduel'1a..Eemedy. Price 50 J cents' ,. .Sold- '.. by _' by Dickion.At Grey,Tttusvile :Fla. Eau Gallie creek. .. ., the',1' club's;_ '" "ranch". i 'at'the'south. t ti.J t I .end..,. ,,./ T


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1 Sbe was ptrf cUy t Vf.: r i The*-that temp and lifeless vJ:, = .... and b2 tneTs* that his i 3: of this, howeTer."As .- 3 3.n cf He was pich

c.6L flow iittld tl*& trrfrw-it i* just u t Ji g at the f'x of the step*-tbaf wa. ore Jv was anrthn; b grri yea !*i% txrr," rstrzmed Ee;n see that be cocld be bit r y ski

," well that the didn't-that tier were as Joha-ber first lorn, he:1 boy, "Yc d c't csocgratclaie :'. r.her.. A.tct I tHrb yea are cut out for ::caber ..3.:1.he tad nei'e: fc a co-

t hard s. ai daring garatrtcrwa l in that li: j oovered with mud fc?? hair rabbled 2id John ga jl j,potring his a.-m a..uur1 something better than to s.nd arccsd docbced itX sad be laid Liz elf od

abet and zaatt&i his forehead bisJ ber waist and her Lide&d she with a hundred other and bcm in- be
of Farnuted as tJ>e .rv/Jb j 1 i: on Kvring rren to sgreeatie to Bessie. Per bar part

W could bxs t. Lcd y a .G t!>er iv-y f tilcnr I J face pale asd Uoatsd, breathing long. did y.. H"T sld the, z- all oen=.=r before a public finger." Bessie -was very etch predispOEcd ia kkfavc.

r- ia the tarrtxcis. wbo j-lajeJ for j Lam. treaties. That was Jo the cer: "YTUT words are no doubt well Win:. 1 ,. z. was hat at all averse to IS

', small tr tea ar d khs u link: c.3 t.I'T Oace. years ago,tbehads&ea a miierable CHAPTER Archie, but they are rn all d for. I am a.telP ber bcaith was F

;i traisp i via;; : k ia the gutter, and nILOt'I:3yk content to be one cf a hundred nowthere ; :: poed b? Archi?,Rush drank to her wti

2able j bad pitiwl him that be could be 10 base is no reason I sbocid not be; but I ,. zis e jes as well as with bis Lp, aaJ bt

of .LrJCJJobn HoritUTse wa the yocag- a thing. And here was Ler own son ia -'F: sore thatRushHurf :47.r.. ='_.nd the n;--e T.--7 ,-i Q> and took a sly glazice to see if Helen w*

: cst land the iharpest). who ni. on certain II the bane CjP..ddi i'n. She knew at a be rssinging rsy censer all aJcne sosiedaj kcVirrg. She wasaX as it happewi

xugLtx in a private room ia tta- crlaace what was the matter with hi-). stcoe wasnotfclowto ," be said, lasrhingly; and pirtIbis she was listeEia rely att ctivdr! toscxneibisg

I Union house and played h h till the t and when the stocked down to put her ,$ .a ana through Archie's they coctintiedtheir that West Hastings wasojing. .

gray ligbt If dawn crept in through t!*- hands upoa his brow the Knelt the siakv LI rt accept tbeinvitation walk ia peace and quietne At last Rush felt her eyes taroei

chinb in the window ihotters and foul liquor that puffed up from his half J 'V : l -v Archie made up his r 'nd to say ix 12 Lis direction and be play ed"his act cf

warned tfaesn that some txisy housewtf e, open: mouth r cf HelenKnowlton mere cups the subject, no matter what <{ t:=ps he took tbe rose she bad gito

r tip betiroes. would tee tbtna felinkicg "John Jc/haT she cried ia an agony, ,t tc be might ..h.1UAs' well try to sweep ,, him from his bocton hole and presedrfit

home in the mall hours unless then "wake up ray son; come into the house "drop ia 5-"-tl e the cobwebs oat of the sky with a whisk to Bessie in his most impressive czaner. -

r. stole away at c' ce. and let me put you to bed. Its yourmother rr' eTc ?J-;." brooen as to open a man's eyes when he and Bessie tuckEd it ia the fold*

What CCJnItema.ti'moull have John who i* speaking you." is in this condition" he said to Hirrwlf. her hair. Helen saw all this and i4

been in Farmsted if knowledge of this Ko answer but Johns heavy : took his banjo Rash wc3 not always content with I||' said to herself, "Why the dear boyi

hate card party had come to the ears of She got down on the gravel l. and held with him, and tO himself or with his position. There were in love with Bessie Archer. He cocJQ

the gossip* of that quiet town! for these hi3 head ia her lap and tried every :/ fay that be enjoyed times when he resented being treated j.I. do better for she is a great catch ads

ti men were the 'tolid men"of the place means ia her power to wake him; but his privilege a boy. One night in particular be

the wealthy merchants, lawyers and ho dept a: She thought he must be is not doing justice to his ssnsatio&s. in a lamentable state of mind. He sh e'S

I *I I banker; and one of the number(I regret dying, and her hot tears ralaed upoa bis There is no denying that Rush was a gone to the academy Helen and her I j I and pleasant a friend as Ruth had bees

betray it;Rasa vestryman (f EL Ann'sffad fee Still he -. The gray dawn was very attractive fellow. He was a gentleman sun, and naturally, expected to take : for if he became Bessie tbe
; engaged
treating over the wooded east. Streaks by birth and instinct; he was bright : them home '
3. took up tbe collection every Sunday ; but West Hastings came behind little evenings would COlt to an csl

'' Thix worthy man mad indignant that silver and bold shot through the pine and could tc very amusing. He was so the scenes with Uncle Lightfoot However, she would not be selfish as*

trees. Ia a shun time the family would much younger than Helen that Aunt Rebecca Mrs Dick 'i
'i John Hurhtcme tboolJ l

to the rector's te up or a eighbor passing by would regarded him as "perfectly safe," other people to congratulate the prima : further his suit
young top to ask what was the matter. She and Helen never thought of him as any- donna on a brilliant
evening's and
., he muttered :
scapegracer his
must get him into the house into his thing more than agreeable boy ntbusiastic invited the whole j I
parry to Del-
sanctimooious smooth shares lip; "I own room and there try to revise him. and enough of a musician to momco.3- supper CIilPI'ER IT.Uss
r should like to tell Dr. +
Eajliss cf his
wickedness. But much he would Just as she was about to exert all her be sympathetic.His .' Helen who thought that Rush had worrier

as strength to lift him she heard footsteps ear for music was quite remark- ; brought her to the theatre
+ i to '
hare liked accommodate hnd
to expose the young man, he on the gravel, and saw old Pete the colored able. Of notes he knew little but he. her rather than for ,, 1c ri my
; hesitated pleasure
for fear the any to
i in turn him. young man might man of all work, coming around a could catch an air and play it on the himself, believed that he would be glad at the

The expose corner of the house. Old Pete was anearly piano after a few bearings. Helen : of the release and said ia her I of The IbsJDuriD
more John Huristone of politest .it
7 thought riser and liked to have his chores Knowlton whose outward life was necessarily tones "I wont trouble i ;
marrying Amy Bayliss the his you to take me I sC-
> more conscience scat
s lon "before the day got ahead of him" more or less artificial and con- home, Mr. Hurlstone. Mr.
pricked him not only on accountof M he said. The old man stood for a mo- strained,found this young fellow pleasant and these good friends Hastings I quaintance
the of his vol-
error but also
present way, nent and surveyed the scenes He took change from the men of fashion and unteered their Helen Knowhe
oo account of the To blunt services It was very ,
the '
paet. Iudri
in too situation at a glance and from I of the stage by whom she was usually good of to
you bring me.
points that pricked he had recourse to his coolness in the matter one might surrounded. By the people of the stage !; she added Good.Jrt'1 special arnd*
his favorite liquor, but kept the knowledge putting out for
hare inferred that it was not the first she was surrounded only at the bowed f which he was paid so much a cofassSi
it. but
of his dissipation from his family, time that he had seen his young master house to be sure but she saw enough of I turned to over said nothing "as he J but now he was taken regularly upoa t!*
for they never asked when he go. "Stay one moment, said *
came staff of f
the salary of
ta this condition.Oh them to have a pretty poor opinion of paper on a
borne. His bedroom taking up one of the dozen boaqueta { *
was on the ground Pete Pete, what shall we do: their manhood, the tenor's in particular. that had been week He was in no special departs8 '

floor,and he could admit himself through Mr. John is very ill and I cant wake Indeed she quite shared the opinion of a was of red thrown to her. It but acted in the capacity of **genff**
i :j 3 the French window if there was roses; they were not so common *
any utility josttS
voiced basso I man/'which him
ap him sobbed Mrs. Hurlstone. big once knew, who. on then gave
reason to suppose his entrance by the being asked if he didn't as they are today. West experience that he most needed. B
uJeiyou go in the house and leave think a certain Hastings had sent it. He I |
door would be heard. always
One the card him to me. Miss Kitty; HI soon bring tenor was a pretty good fellow, replied the same, for he liked to hear sent "I worked in the city department.ed j
night held
party a very him to," raid Pete laying down the "Yes, as good a fellow as a man can be it fell people telegraph "copy,"and wrote occasJcfl*
late session and the upon thee "That
vestryman who had bucket he was carrying to the well. who sings in that clef. No the average from West is editorials, so that his nights were ptw

had an unusual run of luck, insisted "What tenor is not noble Hastings; he always Bends well occupied and he could not have rr
are you going f i. very He is those big red roses."
upon "whooping it up and letting the anxiously inquired the mother.f as whimsical as a woman, and a very "Mr. newed his evenings at Helene haW
devil take the consequences.* This sentiment Hurlstone don't you want a been dri**
her son's whimsical at so inclined. $ to
damp.forehead. woman that and Tain beyond roseT And was trying
4 choosing the
thoroughly harmonized with "This ain't words I dont finest one her out of his mind bathe found II
no place for you. Miss say that there are from the ;
bunch she
:4 < John's rand fastened it in his
mood ho brewed bowl of
a Kitty; you go inside out of the cold. no exceptions to this rule but if thereare buttonhole. simply impossible.To .

punch that was as seductive as it was Jes leave him to me HI rub his years; ,they have not come under my.ob "Thank he said refrain from ling at her b
you rather
treacherous. The
vestryman smacked that'll bring him round." And he suited servation. be bowed himself stiffly,as was touch easier yet he did not ate'sum

bis lips and ,elapped John _on the back the Jam to that Rash cccasion- out. He would have pUsh that sacrifice
at'tto even
t. .- .-'binUhe' sorry say felt better in his mind If he had very
seen the
fully.Vhcnhe!! -_ left the once of $


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Pawn at half Past ofSVcIock In thmorning I I him.: Why hadn't lie 11iiSlriend-go on youth, with a pink domino on his arm; lie was rewarded.: There, sitting on one i:i Rush thought"her advice good, and at

he walked up to Twentieth dancing attendance upon the singer? : and there was West Hastings lounging of the seats in the dress circle he saw once acted it. He was only

TI aA street and passed with lingering footsteps Why should ho liavo interfered? It was against one of the pillars of the balconyand t the object of his search. There'was no that he had upon not taken her to her aunt sorry in

under her window; but he had not just like him-always standing in his chaffing a Columbine. Rush won- I mistaking the poise of that head, even the first place, and then come back alone

called upon her since the night Ids pridehad i own light. : dered what Helen Knowlton would thinkif i had he not recognized the black satin and knocked the insolent fellow into a

been so wounded by what he took to The drawing room door opened, and I she saw her friend thus engaged. His domino and the bunch violets' on the cocked hat. Fortunately there happenedto

be her desire to rid herself of his com i he heard Rush's 'voice saying to the but thoughts were broken in upon by a voiceat II shoulder. She was sitting alone; that be no one at that end of the lobby justat

t4 pany. He had called at the Archers1however. j her "Tell Miss Archer that I am here, I II his elbow: was strange.Vbere were the rest ofI that moment, but he heard people

It came naturally in his way; James; she is expecting me." Then:, I "My handsome young friend," said n I the party, and why should its most precious coming, and was dreadfully worried for

to do so. Sometimes ho dropped in of 1 upon seeing Archie, "Ah, you here, I II I\ blue domino, taking his arm, "why do : treasure be left unguarded? Hastily fear of the annoyance to Helen if she

an afternoon with Archie, and some- 1 Archie? glad to see you. I've called to you pose in this melancholy attitude on !I adjusting the mask he had borrowed were discovered under such circum-

times by special invitation of Bessie, wh1 take Miss Archer to see some pictures alGoupil's :, so festive an occasion? This is Romeo's, from Archie, Rush sat down in vacant' stances.

liked to talk over with him the thingsshe ; won't you go along?" :: not Hamlet's, night. Let us walk about : seat next to the domino. "Come this: way," said she, leading

was just then interested in. Budd- :1! "No, thanks," replied Archie, somewhat :; among the giddy revelers. I want to see "The beautiful Cinderella sitting alone him through the little passage way at

hism was at this time attracting her at- : coolly; "I've an engagement down :: a more cheerful expression on your ;, at the ball," he whispered in her ear. the back of the lower tier of boxes;

rfc, tention, and, as Rush was much more< i town, and must say good-by;" which he :: young face." !1 She turned with a start; the eyes of the "there is a door here that opens on the

she liberal minded than Archie, sho enjoyed (1 did without loss of time. As Rush stood ';, As they walked out into tho lobby, mask glared up at l1 m. '(Why do all stage, and we can go around and get to

discussing this Oriental religion with looking out of the window, he noticed Rush racked his brain to recognize the : eyes look so wicked behind a mask?) In my aunt and Mr. Archer without being

s gr him.Rush really cared littlo more for it t I I that Archio turned up, instead of down : 'voice or showed figure that of the he mask. His ex- I a disguised voice, with just the least noticed. Oh, why did I come to this

] 1a8 did Archie, but it was somethingto {! town, but he thought nothing of it. except pression was puzzled." ; tremor of a laugh behind it, she replied, dreadful place? Aunt Rebecca didn't
doa than that his friend had probably changed "Ah, you do not recognize me, she : "Cinderella is waiting for her prince and want me to. Oh! if I had only listenedto
Had he dreamt
his mind. fora : ,
divert said. "How sad that makes
t me cell! A "
his mind. That he should have regardedhim i -he has come. her!
moment what a hold it was getting ( and one's
} Bessie, he would have politely but as a rival in the affections of Bessie little should disguise have known identity is gone.I The boyish heart in the breast ref the Rush felt extremely mortified. "I beg

( firmly upon declined to discuss the subject. I j i Archer never occurred to him. In the And she you through twen- : young man beat high. Did she recog- your pardon, Miss Knowlton," said he.
.b, that she took it he first place, he did not suspect the state ty disguises. her mask nize him? She called him "her prince." He had taken off his mask, and they no
He supposed up as him in the most
Id intellectual amusement but A I of Archie's feelings towards Bessie; and up at bewitching man- How ho wished the pumpkin coach were longer played at mystery. "I should not
did as i
) with, her it was a more serious matter. I in the second he supposed that Archie ner."Certainly I have never had the pleasure waiting at the door that he might drive have struck that fellow with you on my

ietsuo intense disgust of Archie she was thoroughly aware of his devotion to off with her in triumph! They had a arm, but.I am not used to masked balls.I .
To tho renewed of hearing that voice before-no man
her acquaintance with Mme. I| Helen Knowlton. ; pleasant chat, only he felt that he was don't know their etiquette. I only
i could forget so sweet a thing, said Rush, 1
r Parapoff, and continued to attend to her I! Hush was not altogether happy this entering readily into the spirit of the being chaffed pretty hard at times, and knew that you were insulted,and my indignation -
UU I 1 afternoon. Itt"as whole ho that of the got the better of judg-
; seances. She did not ask Archie to accompany a fortnightsince balL And so they thrust and parried, thought some expressionsused my

U her any more, for she knew I ho had spoken a word to Helen. '! until his mask spied a spry old man with by the lady were hardly such as he ment."

Iiea that he would try to argue her out of going I He had seen her in the meantime in an gray side whiskers and a bald head, would expect to hear from Helen's lips. I "1 forgive you, Mr. Hurlstone," she

and as she had made up her mindto old curiosity shop in Broadway, accompanied -; when she dropped Rush's arm as sud- "However," he argued, "one feels freer : replied; "but I don't forgive' myself for

the could only have by her aunt and West Hastings : behind a mask. If she only suspected coming to such a place. It is a lesson I
go argument denly as she had taken it, and took the ,
d.dndd. ended unpleasantly. She got hold of ayoung and she Seemed to bo buying furniture. I II i other by tho hand. i me, how differently she would speak! : .shall. .. .never forget... Here_are. my. friends,"
In the midst of their iiv bamca : .aa.,1 A vi nuau iia ft ladies
this ? Were
did wy
What mean they actu- tours (\ -
married woman with a taste for I I "Dear general, I am so glad to see you! and Mr. Archer and Archie Tillinghast. -
would not allow him to be sentimental),
alto' the unnatural, and the two 'visited therery I ally engaged and making preparations I have been looking for you all tho even- .
he heard an unmistakable 'voice behind :
for housekeeping? No they were not; it "
remote and dingy apartments of the ing, and feared were not coming. "
l W IIf you him "Don't think we have had : "Aren't you ready to go home yet?
was nothing so serious as> that. WestHastings say you
Buddha and listenedto looked
Priestess of The general pleased, though
High : enough of this, aunty?" And, looking said Bessie. "I think it pretty dull
the dining'room
was refurnishing
her twaddle with credulous ears. I puzzled; but this was not his first masked : i "
around he saw the fac-simile of the ; here.
in his bachelor The
As Archie was really in love' with Bessie quarters. craze ball, and in a few moments Rush saw
all and Rush bade
dtt mask by his side, and near her Mr. Archer i They agreed to go,
for old furniture was just then at its be-
that she his off in the direction of the ,
should not him
I explain was moving the door. Helen said '
eat I and another black domino, which ; them good night at
ginning, and he had asked Helen and
jui'a + cousin nor any blood relation to him; supper room, the blue domino hanging he knew was Bessie. i! nothing about the little episode of the ;
her aunt to him to this shopto
had she been 1 bhould have taken no interest accompany affectionately upon his arm. :
and he to
lip look at an old French sideboard he Ho felt a sinking feeling; he wanted I lobby, was grateful i
her. She the was Rush
in his sentiment for was Before night over, ,; After he had their carriage drive
thought of buying. Helen had excellent the floor to and let him through; I
Mrs. Archer's daughter, but she had I learned much of the ways of masked returned the to
Rush to
fenIt and sealed the but it didn't. The resemblance between off, lobby see
i taste, she tate of the i
when she 5 balls and to the conclusion that
been adopted, was years I what had become of the man he had ,
Mr. Archer when he married her sideboard by pronouncing it a beauty. : the blue domino was an entirely new .: Aunt Rebecca and Helen was very! knocked down. On the way. he

Boger widowed mother. Archie had been I This episode, as Rush interpreted it, I acquaintance of his and of the general's.As strong, and, except that the former was curious them saw the ,
of itself but trifle heavier their figures were much many scenes-among
JJIqMis was depressing enough a ,
brought up to regard her as iiio; n\n he started for the press room, he met I blue domino who had first spoken to him ;
I had often remarked the
received and alike. Rush
added this he had
to a long
but his towards her I 1.:1'been I his editor with a Swiss girlon
cousin, feeling city peasant the bald of the J.l Ho
H I desponding letter from his mother, telling likeness, but he never expected to be kissing pate gene
of warmer than cousinly u: t-> his arm. "Hello. Hurlstone, said i that Helen had
tide hint of the Mutual Dividend Mining caught in this way. Well there was was glad enough gone.
I And moment he whis-
he. stopping a ,
around the dirl.'Ctors'room i
b. for a good many years. She liked him company, of CoL Mortimer's connection "Get down and nothing for it. She evidently did not j When got by
pered, your copy I '
..:...sIem..:..! more in the cousinly way, and always : with it, and of the offer he had made to then have' your fun. You can write it I recognize him; at least so he thought. "I'd know he heard the a damned loud voice rascal proclaiming if I 8aVhim '

turned the conversation with a skillful John. "Do see John as often us.ou here and send it down." And he, I When Helen spoke about going, lie rose
between tho
he took
stroke when she thought he was goingto can, Rush dear, and keep him under in the direction of the to his feet. I ; me right eyes,
too, passed on before I had time to defend myself,damn
express other than the sentiments ofa your eve. You know how 1 dread the room. "Nay. beautiful mask, why tear your-i

cousin towards her. Since her devotion influence of Col Mortimer. He ia: bad I II supper the ; self away from this festive scene? Take I him!r'Rush
mot I Rush hardly recognized press the crowd. He $
to Buddha there had been a little cool- unprincipled man, and dear John is t>o room when he returned to it. In the I my arm and let us walk about among the pressed he through had knocked down

,siudj ness between them. He could not tolerate easy going that he doesn't believe there ho could it the gay revelers and amuse ourselves." I saw man
first place, hardly see across : with his back against the wall,
such nonsense, and the thoughtof is harm in him." He offered his arm, but Helen drew standing
;tIm, any any for the smoke; and in the second, it was I his hair rumpled and his shirt front ,
rob the class of people to whom Bessie I John must have been in town for a so noisy that ho did not see how it would i back affrighted. Aunt Rebecca gave her well demoralized. A

jee1J.tq was turning for esoteric information almost ;, week at least and he had not Vet made be possible to write there. uRellohere'sI I an assuring nod over Rush's shoulder. I pretty had him by the arm, and was youngerman evidently i

. maddened him. Buddhism was himself known to Rubh. Ily chance, Hurlstone shouted a reporter of a She took the proffered arm and they him to home. The
another for spirit'talism, he strolled into the lobby. But all his glibness urging go
mgt only name however, the brothers nwt.I ush:1.9 morning paper whom Rush had seen at man's back was turned to Rush,

!li argued The latter was a burned out sent to report a masked lull at theAcv.demv different places, but had never had occasion -; of speech had deserted him. He I and young his figure swayed slightly as he

OIL' volcano from which its devotees were of Iusha: tiling: lie felt utterly to speak to. "Come, fill up your i I was going to say so much, and could say tugged at the arm of his companion.Rush i
trying to throw out imitation lava to deceive unlit uo "'I 1 nothing.
to was ntnnr at a added the
and take a cigar, reporter -
:;q I glass i stepped up to him. "Is your
credulous. That Bessie Archer the action to the word Helen broke the silence by saying, in !
: "
Ee suiting ; friend much hurt? he ,
t masked ball in my life, he told the city
should be of the deceived he consid-
one "You not
tones are a
& editor only he took a handful of cigars; one he disguised very "The colonel's not as hurt as he is
toil ered a degrading thing. "Let the vicious he in his entertaining cavalier. Why don't you
the others pocket.
f lighted, put answered the turning
editor mad man,
absurdities "So much the better, replied the young
and the after such Mr.-
vulgar run dozen sitting around make yourself more agreeable
fiat There were a men I around slowly "though he a pretty
of got
"You will give us fresh views a
if will but heaven forbid thata "
they table writing, and all smoking Who shall I say? I
I the some : hard blow. Served him right; he was Ii
hackneyed subject. quite
refined young lady should find any at- envy you Rush declined both the proffered "I am speechless with happiness, fair i
Bid fresh to another man'swasko i
too making
tractions in this tomfoolery!" was his re- your new sensations. Get your copy in and the champagne, though he II mask," he replied. "To havo so much up
liD cigars And the man steadied
; i as early as possible, good to I young
>isd flection. lighted a cigar of his own in self de- loveliness' so near me dazzles my eyes himself by the wall as he turned. Rush

"My dear Bessie," he said to her, "if I you. first fense and sat down in a corner to write. I and paralyzes my tongue. If you only thought he detected something familiarin
Rush about the to arrive -
sob this Parapoff was what you say, she at the was ball and the Academy person looked He used his note book for copy paper ; knew 'one half my heart would say,' to the voice, though it was thick with

ril would be sitting in a golden temple,deal- gloomy enough. He had been told that and his knee for a desk, and in the : quote from an old song, you might think drink; but when the fellow turned aroundto
ing out her words of wisdom at a thou- of hour ho had a crick in his better of me.
. the festivities did not begin until late,so course an the light he saw who it was.
f Btfa sand dollars a word. There is nothing he arrived at 9 o'clock, thinking that back and a very good story written out I "I have. no doubt you could be very "John!"

art that men would better like to know than that would be about the fashionable for The Dawn. This he dispatched. i eloquent on any theme you chose; but I "Rush!I"
what the future has in store for them. If into the ball afraid are a man of words.
jti hour. There was not a woman in the Then he went out room I am you young And thus the brothers met for the

) hi I Iso they believed that they could be informed place and the only men on hand were to look around for a few minutes, after You could be just as eloquent to the next first time in New York.CHAPTER.

with truth, they would pay any the floor lIe had plenty of which he intended to go home to his ,! mask that came along."
amount of money for it would save managers. "On the contrary," answered Rush, X.
41 credu- time for reflection before the ball opened, lodgings. He had not passed half way I
them countless sums. People are somewhat loftily, "I would have nothingat USH'S
db and for the sake of the associations he through the lobby when he saw Archie I \
lous enough, in all conscience, and if all to say to another; my heart is not first
rtlct wandered about behind the scenes. The at the foot of the I
Tillinghast standing "
they had the slightest encouragement to large enough for two masks. Il "l meetingwith
: stage and parquet were boarded over, I staircase, with his mask in his hand, I I
believe in these soothsayers they I ."I have heard men protest in this way liisbrother
donna's undis- 7,
but the room was
f t 1o prima gazing earnestly at the hundreds of dominoes -
patronize them to an extent that would before, but they have forgotten what
turbed. He looked in and sighed. A : I
him hurried
."1' make theirs the most profitable profes- I the air ; who lounged past or !i they said ere the last word left their lips. in New
- perfume of violets lingered on mischief bent.
sion in the world rather than the most by on I There was one young man in whom I believed York'was
jtlr and he sighed again as he recognized it, Archie what _
I are doing
"Why ,
ill paid. They would bellying in palaces I. but even he turned out like all the i not
and then wandered to the front where a I
here? You look
: as though were ex- '
you G
instead of in dirty rooms on back streets, I I rest. He professed the greatest friendship his last.
room had been reserved for the is she? Come -
press. one.Vbo .
petting some I
and their would be the rich and for 'visited at house,and # -
patrons me, my John him
- I A large table stood in the center, furnished j old fellowl" said Rush, shaking his hand .tfiir gave
great rather than poor deluded servant I wo passed many pleasant evenings together his address. He
and ink. There
I with : I
Jj paper pens and smiling knowingly. r 7
I but suddenly his 'visits ceased. j
girls. ; had
.. were a great many bottles on the table, I "I'm looking for my cousin Bessie" !, a gorgeous
J "But they are not all 'poor deluded but they did not all contain ink, or anything i replied Archie. I Without a word of warning he stopped suite of rooms
consult Mme. Para- I coming to see me. Our pleasant evenings = where
servant girls't"ho ; uptown,
that looked like it.
; ""What! exclaimed Rush, starting I ..
intelligent men and came to an end. Do you know why? -- he lodged and
e."ery He sat down and took a and I "*
IWomen pen back, "Miss: Archer here? I I
visit her rooms, among them thought to improve the time by writing "Yes; why not? They all come; though i He itaJ formed a pleasanter friendship I I took his breakfast. He and the colonel

your cousin Bessie Archer, who does not his mother but as he could nothing Id I and I for- I dined at "The Club;" but it was not the
- I to ; say they will deny it to-morrow. She is with II with another young lady, was
put herself in the class you mention. I sort of club men boast of belonging to.
I about John, he concluded not to. her father, however, anton Helen Knowl- gotten."
"With the deluded dear child, but called it the "Club" because they
Instead, he wrote "Helen Knowlton"over and her aunt. They didn't come as "You are cruel; I formed no pleasanter They
not with' tho servant girls. You can'tshow i I did not want to call it by its right name.
ni.ld three or four sheets of foolscap, inI regular participants in the ball, you friendship; I have' never entertained

me an Intelligent man or woman : every variety of penmanship, and then know; they never do, only to see what I but the one feeling for you since the first The cooking was excellent, for its patrons -
' who seriously consults Mme. Parapoff. ; into fine bits. But still I he were all judges of good eating, and
tore the paper sort of a place it is. To do them justice, time I saw you, said Rush before
The fact that one consults her disproves -I be discovered the; proprietor knew that to keep them he
, very fearful that the name might they are not enjoying themselves 'very I knew what he was doing.
his intelligence." he made a little pile of the scraps much. There is a sort of excitement I "What do you mean?" asked Helen in must cater to their palates as well as to

"You are so prejudiced Archie Till t and burned them watching their destruction about it, however; but when I saw them the most innocent manner, knowing per- I their love of high play.
it inghasl/that Mme.:; Parapoff predicted with of countenance formedno John Hurlstone was a born epicure
an expression a while ago they were just recoveringfrom fectly well all the while. "You
rat something to,you and ,it came true, you not at all in keeping with the a fright. A half tipsy fellow had I pleasanter acquaintance! you have I and the kitchen of "The Club" was quite
a would say it was all chance exclaimed spirit of a masked ball. He shook his addressed some coarse compliments to entertained feelings for me! This is 'very I as much of a temptation to him as its

Bessie, indignantly."I : head sadly. "A man's hopes may bo as Miss Knowlton, and she was very much mysterious. One expects mysteries at I gaming tables, though he was pretty

i tel am quite sure I should, Bessie,"andI : easily destroyed as that paper," he said alarmed-more, I fancy, at the idea of masked balls, but I am more than lucky at cards, for he had a cool head

. am equally sure that it would be, replied -I to himself, as he blew the ashes from the being discovered than anything else, for prised at being spoken to in this sur-I and a quick eye CoL Mortimer won

.ie Archie : Then he sauntered out into the much more money however. That he
table. lie said, 'I know you, my beauty. Of an unknown mask. I
"You are & 'very unsympathetic and lobby. course ho didn't know her. That's what "Then you don't recognize me," said was a card sharper John did not suspect

eZ narrow minded young man," said Bessie, There he found a 'very different scene they all say. She wanted to go home at Rush, taking some comfort to himself in I I at this time, but he knew '\'eryt"ell that

rising to leave the room, "and I shall from the one he had left. Men and women once, but Bessie didn't. The girl evidently the thought that he had not betrayed his he was a professional gambler and that

never again speak to you on this subject.I were crowding into the place as fast as has some mischief in her mind. I identity after all. By this time they the: Mutual Dividend Mining companywas

i find Hurlstone much more liberal. the man at the wicket could take their tried to find the man, to slap his face, had reached the end of the south lobby, one of the biggest games he ever

"I am sorry to hear that; I had thought tickets. Most of the men were in evening but they couldn't point him out." and were just about to retrace their played. The offices of this company were

J'if better of Hurlstone" And Archie opened dress, but all the women wore dom- ; "How did you know them. Archie steps, when Rush felt Helen's hand in Pine street, D 2ar Broadway and they

the door for his cousin to pass out of the inoes and masks. There were a few who asked Rush. He was dying to meet tighten its grasp on his arm. I were fitted up as luxuriously as "The

room. Ho was genuinely distressed; and appeared ,in fancy dress but they were Helen in her disguise, for he thought he "There is that awful man," she gasped, Club." In the titter establishment CoL

well he might be-for when a crotchetof the German members of the society. mask and unsteadily, came I, mining
Y would get a say some thingsto as a man, walking very Mortimer was a silent partner. The -
this sort takes possession of an idle Rush was too young and too enthusi- her from its concealment that he out of the directors' room, and, seeing company's offices were furnished in

person's brain it is hard to uproot it. ,He astic not to find excitement in the scene wouldn't like to say in open court. Helen, started forward as if he would the heaviest black walnut(that wood was

felt sure that Bessie would become thor- and when the dancing began he thought : "How did I know them? In the first raise her mask. "Ah, here's my sweet the; fashion then), and the furniture and

oughly disgusted in time,but when? He he had never witnessed .anything so i I place, I brought them here, and in the violet," he said, in a thick, uncertain partitions were made of the same material -

-, wondered if it could be possible that brilliant and intoxicating as the movement I. second, they are dressed alike-black voice; but, before the words had fairly and pattern. The company's mono

Rush was encouraging: her in,, this non- of these many colored dominoes'to satin dominoes, with a bunch of violets left his tongue, Rush gave him a quick, gram was carved in the chairs and over

fI sense. No, he could not believe that; the music of the band. As time wore pinned on the left shoulder." sharp blow between the eyes and sent the: mantel piece, it was 'ground In the

but it began to dawn upon his mind that on, the place became more crowded, and Rush could hardly talk with Archie, Him crashing.up against the door of the glass and worked in the door mat. .

ljI Rush might have taken his advice about him Rush recognized among the men many I he was so impatient to break: away and room he had' just quitted. There was, a whole suite of offices-

the prima donna (hehadn't.seen faces that had become familiar to him at I look for Helen in the, crQw& At !last, "Oh, Mrr Hurlstone, what have you one outside.for the clerks a private, one

4J with her of late) and been devoting him- the opera and ,elsewhere. Therevas ''i I after a few;commonplaces, he started'' injuest. done?" exclaimed Helen, in trembling '

self to Bessie. He turned pale at the Uncle Lfehtfoot .,Myers renewing, his I ge had not searched,long before tones; "Quick; take me_ to my aunt**. Continued on, Page 6. IR

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rbe-5ale- aad iLrt,.d citizens of jam is i14reiaest. .513- 1.:* L;.d cf, ibitibe itot+2d 1.f e : ibe tlot. Tw t.'IUt aL-t .hI t.VJDCkU '.
preset in;: tb t? Eppreciate
D seen
: by frt ) ? je'-ple Artk r F- *. ;
Stctsxtl -:1
t.d C1."LE : ;"
.4 : mf.l1 3Iarko comity { .tie chJ3r-e* Ere ti e laertiaatr of H .1'nfiUl1* iiI RL"'TJ1j
: "* .nl 1i+:b :he .i ; % Lite Htrsey Tritb iDibiujaerr d' RZTt:. p ey Zke4
5IXT .f"t" ve r n: : bJ T of t.-roniiieai bave i tre {*B refiStuitie r: F.
*ota oar joiat
3 "byt':: cxsix :1 +tc CdtLIfP.iiof .1J. = Ytr.dir over the *re .f1 yr5.ol titdt1c3eit
fall 1i fit of i14 a' ,\t : 'j : TkT1.rtIllj z.\-
1'i" 2veyed feiiib froaliiaTiiu
T_. -"it IoU 'l 1. ..- --1- r-- ; eje 5* r'*.*!. 'tboerh 21 & Lad 2. "b t 1. -eB. of tbe{&sstrtbiig ., lb=ar "r1-: by i Arifcar F. w
5 1 .-. LET are of coar!% L: liberty HItH-T F. WiHin H it t.,.SIAWB K
.1..' "dcrti of tie&5 ca* fca .c.k.tTht **t by rre. Tavtre* Trill bv3. i'r tie i='p" Ttt 1"7t: d ( ; tl'vnH sM.I.
do a= lbrp1 Voff'. ja-tptK> aa: t iJ: Harry Fitl er n
lalrt *zjn1l :-Y aod tbe ibftrsrt lell .;.: 5f it irii vd fr&ia Tdlahsr- l : of ibe jfie-t : f ree ..._..:. I".r"T_ .tbe Crry of ELiHt-.n'. a:e fill
tb la-t -cxiseai by not thit if2 of tbe Sizte frasissirttiaoa for a ea _, thai the ?.r..r.vy y tLereiore.
were defeated at ? Guise*tina* 'i aite a prsrty tows, : tbe r* iat d:

ill beior riSed ap aad cfTrt5ered. A larre *art-i7Ui= hte lie z>Dtt imj teli.rtj- : riilize tbtiii>d* (f richprtirie ; &yitZd .t1tL aoti-rc .Gt. !=s aay plate byoa 1: if ordered lli k: .h .aj 1
60Jaft 1 Artier FVTil5u; ar2 Fiitaa B 1
[.us.t cf 4'T1 traasacied darac i {
b .f lie -seas-i&ii. G.v. ieiidr5 :' 'luu-1L.s iLe Itce*. ad rf, redtls&ds '1 a? thntpZespf, LCK*. 1: WOE be :-)0- .
tt'h t1r ( ; lu.T4 N
F3 ror 1. rl-.rj 't"f'1.t pT. tlilL i:1 of tbe Sittfr In-titct*' tLoir U, t' sDd }. bU:1t,_t ...J ared by b avy raiss. :; ,ib1-- for laerj to IDd lie stiL for' anyplace :,i1'.! c.uiziz a itf-t :5.&i vi V

S lclai r hith theysadertcol: toi.t. gSls i're tb* fry dy (.i J*v. A U. ISl
ro:Tty 'P". -saderfvod i: T.21 Stfs'.' : Lye ld1 :meee -otbtftiDilie : the said t,tCJwLJ be tatat *-' u W
seetiar I el5 at PiroaGray" s ; i td f'n.b] ro LL1.1 1.: the place alove '': below :d
At the Th: h Tjft ,
: .kd :) :. :rc. i : '; r J d tire (.G .i 1itlar.: z:. t.efl _
,* ttrt IB< Fricsy ev. -iiar tIr&zn o t1y'r in thciidt-r IX Q- for Fioridi.frd V.f i ;: to bose-:es.dsrbo preferrsiug hTt' fi traa pi-nei aiy by baad ore .. :{.( tl.'rit.L; b.a.Iit.
1 ii'i s ..Y1' desdsttioii tbea t'rrd5Er i rtircrr ordered JUl.: i oJr 1e
; :1 .. .r..l. theyrco3d
sik -ZM& ts :t:1rr..D1IZ tOSf !.;e5astr U U1.Ul t'h JJ.ll: : to cibf r pcjrails.Let J ? ; 4; .
I. : 1' it C4Y
he- ooee a Vff
Li 1.* 1 es' Srayrtia ct, Ty+tt3'-a, tb- 1jD : r--- t the J iwe i>r'-sr t' F 1Tt'T :. Mr Town, we will Sf'ZT'd7s ., wet; 5s tbejtaj FW1:1!'i: STAY, a

t r wa* aUed le order s-d I>r. WiJtiairiaaa ; Tr.-re s = -e 14 be qcite t V &1 x t ro ; b md Ei1 'yoaHte ak'ire for a whil-e asd i e bow yoait. er j st ii- !*_-3 iaOoaatv. TI:QiT. .,

-D Lade : H B u2.. a+tc. I It" Sford and OrliiDtS,; bye i='re.y river-e de-j e3>t"3 "i d or 1 en5d to f:- ': Ia tie matter cf r'">i tr ar'):-. FJtridiL"V
Tile rttBrtosBe
r prrjH Ji .h t"nr"-:1 4 O=:. 1 v t 2 s btLiid re:; < : : :'! J 11C of t iw -lJ j (-

Si :o tube isto txcrtietradoa! ray aadr&rtci "i iJJ ue1.il1-.utt *Vfr'srish tbtia i Jtrrsjif ; Lc-erair:2 froa iacrr-i- an ftlae of w&a3d hive ti retara to the .: well a? A. A. -Se-rart. I'.erk of feC&art.

t for ijEproviar lie l-r I.: Mioa3V'LaJtt tide T re a? rx 5ta :t1r 1ill. projenywould v
hOO '!Jane. A. D. IS-:
MessrsHET -jisd ?ar5dio adthi a fnpjCyf tetsibualfr'n ibe esir red a iir.arh lir to Jspiier i
; ; asc-e : e ? :
efciry. :_ ih f1 d 'C'.I=!( ..ocef ibe aiJ ladisa llivtr A. A. STt : AEr:.

t" dretlty t.t t"'r.; city & jLj.-z x* +if Seville Pitlttti otber j:! p2=- tQ y'w SisTnia CE ti M .5c5t-, b**-t L.n drillrfibi II.a i y-:bl.'vf-i Htsce woald it x i l e L *trk(-t (W-C

< t ZC ID'sli+r!ir 'ig-el. :. it x' T & 4 J llt'. c. .Lf; lJi1. ".. 1 4ay frv ai Orltudv t" New Snsynihby I:;Iily 1DCSI EiJfLzi t:, 111.zwkTI By H. F. AtUis.Sol ..-:.. <

'f FicF very tbstf raleB ir-fcarbt c.siaria LDd a i O-t-ea. trey pl&t:1 b"s2dcp ')i J) .
1 :L.kit2kti poTI1.lHin ; > tor for .mr'.L: :
ff'aQ t .c w ik J. Hy IxrrIs { qulwrnlinaicn- 1 t. <>a tbe bait*(f Isdita Biv- i ier. j !:. fal Cosrre;-7 woald reader. ipprprisle > J It >etrE:? liii a little iac re coaidf rsboald -

titi '. T I- ) f-h- :+ :. iill e s t ittk'f irnjortint- *i-bil i .nssn I bc'je? to rive the .d-ep.a.."wE.* :r tTj.f 'IDTr.E sihrtirJ ti.fD e len by saay of c sr : Indian Riier Steambod (|

,f .*r !-ejected wjiLoirt a djTbe :=+ Ir.IL Trtic .1't :: ; TJCCWMTL.. Tllu* IlTfs therela wi3 not cbsrre eziforletaat W'I prit** fortheir I ; ?ople. isd while I, fv.r {.:0. have i>oiilar 1 i i

ccjaisitee OSMISf Cr;uia R. P.1 I titel;Has r.(,.T w.. vbest j Q8.6DOR n 3frt Lsve aa-d let ITt zh3LId d toAy artiai_ tie rsachtalledvfIadej J w *)?WMitr1 3tf

EwUM-jc, Mr .5. H Bay az 5 1d'. ex F. ]..'.gt lie improved 1 td: *A Tl tT g It r W i* hy !i i J-fc
Y*ar re: : ectfsllj. STEAMER LUcH
Grav.arwsr. \ Hv and tud f frees npi.K-: aad iraa r&&rtLiie oa
L 'ptii:> j-ossr re B. TV.Br B vtIrc elJI.. Ire Tin a HUT,-.-u.o..' ... IIt
1 .J I : 9 JI.J-. La Mar. _\ l._SS. oar river ion* 'hig.elf.: we sici ex.
t .... _. .Ja
{ t'rrratt J .L. f eSf .E'0 art.-Cyi ; Arrive? at Melbourne.lietamicr -
,, iY.IJTtIt !t all ax re, ihaa Iterate j:. Of coarse we
; the cScialf of 'tbDd : i! :
j.I 122 iLocgb tbej wfrDr.. J.B Srrf T-D j Department of tbe Interior. I IC'13 do I i>t acucpate for a m:t ibat the !; I'aret Yen.J rx o----. ._' I:.
tbe deri Soa *f tbe SapreoeCoart 'r i {
O5c *
? by 4 f ea.r3bt Gt woaJd o-tracii'
"8.D.T Jrt""ftt-1 rt-.t. I h rt 1r. 'D : zspasy ? aayt
_r? OrnrL # .L-rivez ai Tra!1-ife-- 'J
lie *f
of lie TJaited : in ray
else TTcited State* TSJ.ta1Jn D. HsJl, ir.wbirt ;i tort dc.ctc
I iJ'JJt1t ed zed a tleru #1 Jfrdii p.-i ftl: has not beezr their %.' >cy : bat Y..3z.i it GEOBGIAXX
1 tbe Coon dervi3 in errs 1h2i: : iTbe
+f Lay o_!; rme L -rtC 3i ot.f :attz ; rf3ihII= .k1] to-cif.:i.D= u-d. cc.Li-f be ur eL : ce CLD d1 p iI.reMelberie.wIt

otih* tttea l y rrli5cii'k! if ;I ri ar of Htcrrille tad Frrr'Tiadin :! tbe aedictl prtrfesooa will be rind vlesra i tc .jit'i carry our f I-1't tc{ far'' _. it
f Arrive* 1: Japiter
led Lefcre Slate nvxrt-vDD1iC, 1 1I
;, ca-tt j; t". .:1r-. a1L'Z. Dr. Job .. BUliar*. ScrreouU that-bcos>eraar-lt-it riiiit return j I asd Fifrn
of licadinz force. Tbt decisJ vLha ;I j jl Monday? Wednesday*
were Biter i? i csrio;4iy-aiw 1JH:6 I S. Arsiybi5coa!eated 10 ttie chsrreof J aad rtrike t:?at orr owa feet frt= a different I,I .
ti DPj c J in'ierf;1 s+d k cL EetsraiarLeave
= S i i *D wbo vi-it it. exoe dia:w, br !.ir. irrtrscriTerH I Ii the Pa;'.n on tbe Mortality and direction. IIi
ac.o tie the pricripsl *.: .=_ err thatbcreu \1a11' *Jcpcter ____..... r.
J E i the faaedfall Niictri.- ; Statistic6** the Usited StLte arH RIP1.AP. {i Arrive at ) eILar.--- 31
aad various OttiDio.ef ea- 1
The c.!* *et* lH rts the arta '+f !.- c. ibet 3;! by tbe elevealh cears*.. : T sT*. Tanrsiiy* d S.r'ti ts
toiu aad :.tin. I* ;. .j
pred a sof'pe ''I ,oa of i ece; the other tbe ez rem:of :I A* tie Uaited State* has r o sysiera ofreri i i'I Adze to .- r D>ectkia 3*. .a3e u ThW
-u issued oct tbat t *-rrem ix,wpei I Ii 1L"'L w XJ. nt' hTt.2 Wt :
i rev<-nre tier gulf dir< ia tbe Geaeral Ltad OSc -' 'I br9ts.beJind aad from all *X rti. 1
c 'e'lI"an
: ;apcc saatrz-s.; tea to poiat:
i dj inv: far dkcsct ir2es L'i,iiL relied by other riviliaed n2tic E= for : .
:; spec S.t LieP y iafrl"ri .3s! L:st1'ctar qg fx Jtniev o
fled 1.J.f with
1buc'd a f cae; which At Jupiter daily siare .
.i flirt Ti i3 be be report of bc -re set : the parpen aeertiiaiDr; the sclut'zaoveaect : at t b1iI1 1. TT jik L t t3 IrFe 1 t-c i xs5
4 fexlh3 by the dt 3o: In cc
r p ; w bo t'1 ores for aind ted i of Dpnlatk. or ceasu* afford,ta..u:1.e1.t.b. s: e .T tie seaaer Like ',or..h" for all
b-aaeand tre | i tr.ij : z.? uell *.= of tbe SET plfTf, jrfrtbe :- I ? the OLT, opportKaity of obtaisirraar a -.JcC>st. Ttsefie ee a LoCle. isrs on Late Worth
l er shun c2. *nd in final botae ***5.
'tErSn4 ilraUid r'III= frql ,tttt.l1t1d I aa approximate e-tin&te of tb* I W. WATSON N,
( eahe practice of the Geaeral- L'3.- l'} L.f.Ci1aY. v Sob : t'tJ .y s Hrth and death rate* of ranch of tbe ;I A letter From Capt. B. A. Clrrle. : D. ACKERLY, Gea. Pa*.Ajc*
s O5ce ba*l eea io allow final pror,f vtaien 1J-1 ,
j eTt'D 3f eratare tad balzay. bealthbr .I larger pan cf the cosstry whidb i= entirely j 1 trie pie;s3>e ia ifecifyirr u ibe nz:- : D. F. JACK, Geaeral Masactt._
Ufore Clert cf O urt ofr Ec-c+
a a ritin F-zxs {.f beautiful Iccii-o RJIiady sr.i unprovided with aay *Atiiacu>ryof I MTtkID .ii* of Tetieriae, tbe cre : .i&r ?tia di- ;,
< a e3rk (If a exmcty. In lainerpiw L'z ; '.e. I ha.3 l .r.2CHj s.1h yeas cr :: A. IL Hamilton & Co.FL02IB1 .
02 rl-it Il) ,"T 5TTU TB" yxd + State and coaidt&l reri>trjt-
,f '* berev>f.f. be zaadeSute Ji.. ray fsc* aad b:*iy f:,r Tfar> sad bid a-ed
] ptY$ Dt. We crossed .b.Hm*,- tires.1n. every rea edy I uld h\-xrofreaoa=i oJei.ifor TTVSTU1 ,
D t < ry i bon river sad a narrow trip of Isndnrefcurih I view of this the Cena OSes, dring --J tofu di : withcei+ deriTinr the
Wbak'sa3e Des.k.r tzr
=Jirht t hrwt stil I taz ii>dn,sd to c
( i t'.f a ule in width teatM''nitci ,- the tenth of May lii* year. will f r
Louisiana Gentleman ImoT T -_t'i. t'. mad tone crejit +a S.
i : III1et .bicbfma3 : 1bt'f f i;t- to the oedisal pfe ion 11ro= lew pj45caacot !:4e.t r Indian RiYer OpB
_4 rtailons Florida. 1 pJl Jl | Watt cure. .
p 1 'C21 t e main land. Tbroariar t oat the ctaatry physiciaa*." registers I koow c.f a cnaaber of other c&es wbtre it

To U. E. OAxf Orfm, Fis.I Hf tbe .-, ha l cu equally a? {rarewtll. t
i bud the wirLib 4i re tb ihe parp ise of obuininz more fcc ntt' ;; FISH

: : \ 'EA% SIB-I fe1 it ny duty afterrtttorantyonr ,i b *cnj (.f the (cesa. with p ;wer cainrledwith retort* of death than it i* posahJe fvr :' Yocr vex/-v i;trnbC1PT. ATitti!-,Cncu e.
Green Gaie.A3
Turtle and
i f'L rtoi oe t. laattb<*ir* grandeur, apparently virts: tlitb I Ii I' the eaacserators to nzte. It 1* eamet3yhojied .
a'' st time oa the wxrbtck. i*rich otl>er which ioald be STI t/I.-i t+ieAdit : that phyddan* ia every jtart of i ? omt* 4 i.i a: Dr. j. B. z't''rf':1... or *rs.wOi n+ceiw pKaapi p4 os1*
3i r Store. aad dz.1y.. c. :m.wb i>er Irr teie,'rtpfc.
BuRcess. doricr asy abecce. ws* t *.'lf, with a *we pia dash. cj>a tie I the coattry will ccn:> -rate with the Cray, tamer ct2Pl i

I..: well caa ced. ve? *'*l.!e garden .e3worted. I f.Pbra, hurl then .. in ilrDOr t;: vas O5{* in tki* in p rtaEl rwttr The : =

N atd we have for the table:1 the t ri..e no '- with the fisrbt (: many;I rem rd *boaH be kept from June 1. 1&S9 Ii MeiorSje

early vereube -too caxDeroa* to IDf n- :: !s tifa! *beif on tbe leach above tbe:1o i May SI IY*+. yearly 35.0CO: of thesererislratioa :
t '
tiBTbe viae garden bd choice
{ berries ia abosrdance; the wife"- &."*r yiA r hb'i armirLic+:1 ,be foofTmo'd =1't11l.c ;i to the ofice in 15?(>. and :earls Tootro eenNew
f I -
garden not *) Icxcriant a* Ia- r Else itthowed : I thc* ht b et v be ]t'.t and i,i all of them used for tieal parpo-.. !, York and Florida, Boston Philadelphia and tie }

47 the wait of ber fxjt-priat acd let her euj-ij ibe biodiwort of Him who It i* Loped that doable this camber wiD 1 ,

the ivi ta t FROM SEW YORK
Corn oat, eteu .**i welL Cottt m* : rtber2Dg jbell did *b* -*<-n :o Pay5ciaa5 cot reoeivinr register* caaol f-ui :1. I.e. ITD.T T1IDAL CITY.. VPnir rpwvivmV.
cri'p ii a failure ap v> date; esaca of ii- rexlire the fct abe irts cr..nerrs t I taiu tbea by sending their case* and 1 I 1he Iron 5:rtm :ip STATE OF TE.X.em"a a snaJT OF'ANrp,10 zw1T g

days toet the earth; cit rc feiticrdry ; zbt loar the best on the Cia t,
SS T, ; the lace of eaaa y eap4fcryer r aademploye I oe: yet I ecjoyed it oucii, 5f inr tbeplea'ore i qnlre no wrap will be provided for ;

= L f *have a w&efnl *xpre iL.c.I.ill it sj?rde ben 1 their return to Washington- SCHEDULE.

now give cv a the -huaiiyn of New Smyrna will :eon bcon e a jon j! If all medical and sarrical p:2ctition1ten Tile N'ozTH-B)t5D. rr'I:1 FerIaDdi:1S c...rcti-tin with -10 p. to train fua J

the repoa cf Florida I yiite,3: hr isvprnvenxnu. .of ectry and jt import torn of isr.f ortaoce. throorboat tbe c&antry Till lend :1 i

need and other Drain eon- : Xotiiing ea prevent it_ In the. tbei the morality and vital siitiflics STATE RIO GRA.Z1E OF TIX.l, Cs PWn W"illia....._..._..._11.'nods!. by .- '

dance to rvatiaaed dectlopmef tAll crater of the State ft* veil a* on the s t of the evecth eea=o* will be core ooaf > : STATE OF TE.xA, Captain' LeTwi: :_._._......_ u .

things 0A1.4ered. 1M rxp: .t ozen from the west 'rtlr, t':3. rvbecsve and complete than they Lave,'; RIO GRA-\DI Captain. Cap ttR.ri-1Ti11'I... _........ : jxe
.. ......._ 1
tion at Jackjoaville a *nccf x-cxhi t land south, intere&ed in the coltureofce :ever been. Every physdaa r boald take\ STATE OF TEX.r:11,. :__ _._.._ '
J s..__.. _....._.. M" 7'
y I bttio r the push and the spirit of a people: eubles and fruit will deaiinti it; a personal pride in having this report as'' 1[ rh'bfti111S GnE. Capwn r'it Y..1r1S- ._._ ..._...__..._.__..-_ .JJ

not easily set bark The eSeci*of yellow land cMfecmers north eat aDd Rest will fell and accurate a* it is poadble to: .Vt'3oatkd alan f _Damn_Arta :1.1 n. .;("T"L 0m
oi3a-red, exert. \ n '_.._ Ucb'tacssbe ._
fever ceem to have ped array; and 1 blot up the demand; and all interested laake it- fIt --.AJd tent:,* w srd =adtis --- a'e

why n:.t! Other cities of the Snub 3 in *hippin interest in oeejio teBmef u herebY prom 3ed that all inforoatioa 't z -.bI.nMr ttotta P B.t x.By fta ti'tam'.rttnTiDfo.Doae tad vas s3ist -
seal at reraaadiat
i be
have afered often and rem"'nd. Sivai'iiah. will! enconnge it. Rspid transit is needed obtaioed through this puree thil1 ; 1.11.iZTLTycam 1cle flits t. ''ftU{ .
i a. z. a. 4
Bt'E.1n IIt
tress +na'M,Fitea
-1 the pru res ice city of the S oth, by the :wer as; veil as b? the held strictly confidential. i i iEOECST 1LJ.4nro. 6ewnl Few Tra IlL.I.c eamtti .

the mtt ble city of the United States 1 pro loct"r. The gorernme:2till DOt lbe G. P02TI3L j DIXDS t GJaT .ik \

r for fchadj put roomy streets, order and sr.t ibald one or two million dtilhr to t Scperinlendcnt of Cense*. C E IU2M & CO.. egad Ar.n Pier 28 E. E HE? IflBI tf.F




Stare, Proprietor. '
L. Manufacturer of fine Havana and Do, Indian River, Florida, H. RAY ,
mestic Cigars. Trade supplied with fin ,
AffHT-Uf' AND NOTARY PUBLIC. hand made goods. Orders promptly filled Having been Re-Furnished, is

Florida. Factory at Malabar, Fla. 28NEWSPAPER OPEN FOR GUESTS, under Preparatory to opening up and making
Bock agement of its old proprietor and :. to J. C. Norwood and Co., room for my Extensive and Varied
D. AMES: P .

Titusville, J..lorida.GEO. TilE I.IOXEERGEXCY.. St. Lucic,

For terms and sample copies addre

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla. Syrup Barrels $2.25. I have Inaugurated a

TITUSVILLE, FLA. Gauged to order, ten cents Merchandise G-R.AND

A. FROSCHER, Wheelwrighting and
A.I. Titusville, Florida,
C. O. B.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden STORE.I .
Honey barrels and Oval Water
I p O.Box 20. SANFORD, FLA. Coffins Cases and Caskets. from 82.00 up.
Will practice in all the counties of the Seventh ,
Circuit aDd Supreme Court. 3 Tanksand :
Funerals attended if desired. All or-
ALLEN E. HEYSER, ders promptly executed, and at reasonable all kinds of COOPER WORK ,
rates. Embalming done. JOIEXSOX, I to keep .

AtteHt-Law and olYe allccr. LaGrange, : : OFFERING MY ENTIRE LINE OF

Lake Worth Dade County, Florida HAY & BRYAN, First-Class Stockor
Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade .&rtesianc11: :

County land. ., Yacht -
A v .


CM Engineer 1> and Surveyor, Solicit Correspondence. AND

R. O. 33IE30TODEL: ., ..A.t CC>S-t.

COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders Particular attention given to )}
1 t F Boat Sails of all descriptions. DRY GOODS
by mail will receive as prompt Hardware and
calls in ,
Attention as
t Address: Georgiana, Fla.

the Second Justice District of Bre-
vard county; Court days, third Mondayof Melbourne. Florida ,
each month. : :
z A. L. Hatch & Soil,
r MINOR S. JONES, And Manufacturing of Tin :

.t t torn" -, GALVANIZED I Make Rediictionsin Many I
Titusville Florida. And Repairing of all
--- --
L A RUE P. ELY Hardware % Locution: 3IAIN ST., near Other Lines, ",
Crockery, Saddlery, w

/ Notary Public for the State at Large.Justice Stationery, Family Medi- An know I can Save You Money'onPurchases.
cines Garden
::1 of the Peace, 17th Dist. FOR SALE ".


over 30 years' experience. atural Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. The Elegant ] '
finish a specialty. CITY POINT, FLORIDA.J. MY STOCK OF .
a Melbourne, Florida. ,
6 :
U PR1TCIIARD,President.
W. )I. BROWN,Cashier. ':
U OF L. E. BARXES, may7's. ALSO : :;,


'.I Tltu n'nlc, Florida.A Containing seven and one-third MILLINERY?


SACTED. Large, Roomy Residence, ,

finished. Al!*> a Three-room LADIES' HATS,
Exchange bought and sold. Special and
One of the
prompt attention given to collections. Loans
negotiated on first mortgage for Savings. sirable places in Rock Ledge RIBBONS, .
Banks,Corporations and Individuals. Interest
allowed on time deposits. For price, terms, etc., apply to Chandlery Goods. FEATHERS,

Advances Approved made business upon available paper discounted.collateral. ALBERT A. TAYLOR COCOA, ? Have Commenced to Arrive. These

Drafts on all parts of Europe. THE will be added to constantly. Also,
itiiainnsfl tlnnn nt Jacksonville rates.
-E-veryfavi ,consistent.with sound J' .
1 banking, cheerfully extended. NEW DRUG
,Jacksonville, Fla.; The Seaboard National will be main features of
This Space Reserved forJ. Bank,New York. 23 Is Now the my I
Open but orders sent me for any Most
Line of all Embroidered
I. kept in store in Titus-
HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN And has on hand a Fine any .
Dealer in of ville will be promptly filled.
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Etc., LADIES' ROBES,
will Keep on Hand Every Day FRESH
Titusville, Florida. And all


t HAIR BRUSHES, Country friends Produce my customersor In White and Black.
Bottlers of Sodawater, Ginger And all other articles TOOTH usually market. Ladies' Silk Mitts, Gloves, Etc.

Druggists. A large line of Corsets from 60
Ale, and other Drinks.ALL Prescriptions carefully com $5.00 each.Gentlemen's. centsto
Also, SPECIFIC REMEDIES. for a share of the public patron
d ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT TEED TO CURE the Diseases for and come as a supplicant, not a -
, : they are Recommended. If after tator, asking for your favors.If .
f ATTENTION. any of them you are not satisfied courteous treatment,good Laundried and Uilaundried -
result, your Money will be goods and low figures is Shirts. .
S. A. ,
funded. We have no cure-aIls, but the candidate for
PROPRIETORS, ferent Remedy for Each Class of public favor, The most Varied Line of Gentlemen's
ItN for Affections of the Liver, Lungs, then I'melected. Straw Hats, bought cheap and ,Marked
FLA. and Kidneys; for Female Complaints Low
Id .. TITUSVILLE, 40 also Ointments for Eczema, ; Down.
Tetter and other Diseases of the Skin.
1 Give them a trial and you will for Chattanooga Plow Co.,
PORTER & POTTER disappointed. Plows and SugarCane .My
J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist. Mills.


I I Real Estate Dealers, EASTERN never more complete.I .

4r Having Purchased the "Frost Line," pride myself on the Superior Butter,
and feeling the necessity of keeping up HAYIt-DRESSING Coffee Teas
her Lake Worth Dade Co., Fla. Cracfcere, Etc., I am'en-
past Good Reputation as a Swift and
to offer the trade. .
Great If[ you want a clean and easy shave,
>r Courier, I ask of the people a Con- As clean barber
finance FOR SALE. as ever gave, I keep in Stock Plant's Flour
of their Good Just call
Favor. on me at my saloon, ,
l'1 Will Make Contracts for A tract of land on Indian River in the At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll better. "
county of Brevard consisting of 88 Grits and Meal arriving week,
Delivery of Lumber and acres; it being lot it o.3, and south half [ cut and comb your hair:i th every
Large of tland io northeast quarter of section 35, To suit the contour ofvelur face' 4 r insuring it Fresh and Sweet.

lot No. 3, being the southwest quarter To you I'll give a good snampoo, 'd : Large Stock of Hay and Grain &t.all
Cargoes, of the northwest quarter of section The art of which is l"nown to fe\\ n r times. ..;
Anywhere 36 both in township 31 south, range 39
down Indian River. ,
up or My
Be east. This is a very desirable piece ofiam'mock. scissor' t my razor's keen, Mot close livfng prices made ,on, all
sure you see me before closing contracts soil of rich quality, suitablefor My shop is a ffaV8 neat and clean, S. -
And in this line.
everythingpm 'n find goods / ;
elsewhere. tho raising: of all tropical fruits. Is sure you ,.
To suit .
Enos tr4e taste and please the *
situated at the Narrows,near post- -
Respectfully, office. Will sell) cheap for cash. ForParthian And ,:

J- W. ROGERS, ,address E. )1. LOW, '"aslcome row to all along who and patronize bring your intend ... G-EO. B. 'RUMPH,

4 Brockton.Mass. .nd I assure you I will try
Owner.r Sept. 3. TITUS rILLE FLA.
My very best to satisfy R.av. ,

... 1



( 6 I

I Ii! and to The Club"--ffiey accor&iigh re- He never for a moment thought but that f Consumption Sorely Cured.

4,. Continued from Pigc 3. I i; I Bayliss still held sway over his J To TH*IDIrO&l inlona your readers ft
His income was fve thousand dollars I I turned. Amy I hale a pottiye remedy for tte alwttiydiease. ?
for 'Co1. Mortimer, with President's of j: "Th ere is some interesting playinghere brother's heart, and his pity was all for B1 iu timely me tbtcmnd*of hopejj
and he lived at the rate twenty. ;
I cares bare been rmnentljr cured. I s1a a2
Room" engraved on the nickel door A day or two after the ball he dropped [ of an evening," said John as they Leoni. glad to send two bottle of mj remedy nEE t0a>
another for the "Secretary," John the saloon "you will be I Continue of readers who bate coninniption if )
plate, in at the office of The Dawn on his way entered gilded ; To bf roar they M
., and room, with a long watch it. These fellows playhigh send me their expreu and pent office addmc.I .
Hurlstone a large town to take Rush out to dinner with amused to >.pfct lolly.T. .
{ up
table down the middle flanked by mas- him. He was dressed in the latest some nights-eh, colonel" I NOTICE.All A. SLOCOI, II. G. 1-Jl, Feel U Nee Tort

Lice chairs, for the "Directors." A por- fashion and he appeared to advantage The colonel smiled, and they sauntered parties concerned will take notice I 34

trait of Cot Mortimer hung over the in his fine clothes. Rush, to whom up to the table and watched the !|+ that on the 1st day of July. A. D. 1839, I -

fireplace and a map of Colorado, showing John was always an object of interest, i i in progress. As it grew exciting,' ,!! I will apply to Honorable Minor S.: Jones, !! STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO. '

j the situation of the mine, took up a noticed that he had all the manners of a iJohn said that he would throw 5 on {I County Judge of Brevard county, FII ., i! LUCAS COUNTY, :5.? :':'. j

r third of the opposite wall In a handsome man-about-town. that he wore curious the red "just for the fun of the thing," j for ]leave to ell the undivided one-fifth FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that hti

velvet lined cabinet screwed to the and dressed in the English style. and the red won. He left his money interests of Texas Sheffield minor, ini i is the senior partner of F. J. CHEXY 4;

wall between the front windows reposed rings He seemed glad to see Rush again.. there, and still won. i and to the following land in Brevard Co., doing bu'-ines-j in the City! of Toledo,
east by the very 1 Fia. for the ue and benefit of County and State aforesaid, and that
specimens of the ore sent interested in his work. He' "Why don't you take your money county,
company's engineer. What rich specimens and asked was to be introduced to two or three ;: while the lack is with ,T'ouf said Rash.' said cli or. to-wit: 5. E. i of 5. W. \ and W. said firm will DOLLARS pay tie sum for of 0\E

j they were, too! The silver fairly and it all Rush ; "It will do better than that. rlllea"oit X. E.iofS.W.JandN.W.ofS. I HUNDRED each and
ts out of them. One shelf of this men in the room, was and show But the luck }1. all of Sec. I:!. Tp. 21, 5., Range 34 E. every case of Catarrh that cannot beI :
s bulged there
cabinet devoted to bricks of solid could do to keep him from inviting them .: you. : and S. W..1 of S. "". }, Sec. 3:!. Tp. _1 1 I cured< by the use of HALL'S CATARRHCURE.

w"er.1Ien was CoL Mortimer got hold ofa out to dinner. As they were men Rush did not last very long and before the .' Rance5.... E, and 5. E. 1 of S. \',''... t, FRANK. J. CHENEY

doubtful investor he took him in this scarcely knew, he winked at John not evening was over John had lost $500. &-c. N. TP 21 5., Rmge 3-1 E.. and..". !I! 1 Sworn to before me and subscribed in

hy .showed him the cabinet. to ask them when he saw that he was .Til have my revenge to-morrow ,-t S. E. (If &>c. '3in Tp. 'l ., of my presence, this Cth day of December
and I
1 room the stuff good sir, and'there"pointin preparing to do so; but he could not prevent night** said he good naturedly. "and Ranges E.; and S. of S. E. i Sec. 14, : A: D. ',3.3.
"There's ,
a my them to the Astor ___ W. GLEASONyofrry
the -"is where his taking over win it all back and more too. in Tp. 21 S.. It'1nzeH E., commencingat c 1SEAL. A.
map that district house to have something to drink. Rush looked at his watch. It was 2 the :::. E. corner of X. E. } of S. "". \ .; PuUioI

it comes from. You well see that belongs to After parting affectionately with themon o'clock and he felt ashamed of himselffor of Sec. 2U, town-hip '1 S., of Range 3-3 t ____ ,

picked out in blue the Astor house steps, John called a having come from the presence of E. ; thence running with the variation of j I Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internallyand
i the Mutual Mining cornpamI cab that had been waiting for him, and Knowlton spend the evening in the section line 2) chain; thence north : acts directly upon the blood and
invest Helen to
am not going to press you to ; they drove to "The Club," where he had He knew that she detested 10 chain thence east 31 ?:;"lOH chain, mucu surfaceof the -y-tem. ck-uJ fw

by Jove, I'm not sure we want to sell ordered a dinner especially prepared and such a place. in thence south 253, east 2 CO-100 chain; ; testimonials. F. J. CHENEY & Co.,
such like fastness a man.
mine throwing out tons anything .
With a served in a private room. Rush asked thence ea-t 37s, north> chain?; thence I Toledo. 0r.Sold
sell and that she would be thoroughly disgusted I.
ore every
the stock. But I'm a bit of a philan- was "Our Club." As CoL Mortimer en- if she knew that he was spendingan west 222. 5Outh1 94-Hni chain*; thence

tliropist myself, and when I'm making tered the room at this moment he sup- evening in the company of gamblers nest 25:% south 3 21-1W chains; thence I MARIAXNA, Fr..\., Jany. itttLippinnn IS .

money 1 want others to make it, too. John meant his and the colonel's, for he realized now that "The Club" was west G 3;-100 chain; thence south 2 I HroSavannah

I dont: think, however, I'll offer anotherdollar's posed nothing more nor less than a gaming 6,100: chains, thence west .3 chains. :, JUN. Co_
that it
it for was a ;
and granted questionable P. P. P. :
We won'ttalk He noticed with pain John's Proprietor*
I worth of that stpck. : house. thence south to the place of beginning; ,
the latter would not
place or For lon time I suffered with catarra
I but well taste with the place, and put it all a
familiarity 323 27-100 ,
mines any longer, the said lots containing acre
have anything to do with it. Rush despised : and ulcerated throat I took S. S. S, bat
some fine old brandy I keep here for down to the corrupting3lortimer influence of CoL more or ]less.
CoL Mortimer, and was never derived no benefit from it. Ur. Omens, who
just such judges as you. You'll admit so loath was he to think that This May .1,1. 1*.f). I
-- Bros. Savannah Ga.
pleased than when he found it was represents Lippman ,
that this is as good a glass of cognac as he whom he had knocked down at the John could go ogled among such men. o. W.:... BELL. Guardian. I told me that I*. P. P. would cure me. so I
tasted. There! how's that? Rush had no maudlin sentiment on the I
you ever masked balL He wanted to confess the began taking it. I have taken six bottles

And here are some choice cigars. (Don't deed at once, but John, in whom he confided subject; it was not from any religious Sniiitary Ordinance.Be 1 small size), and I am entirely well. I feel

betray me. they're smuggled. A friendof scruples that he disliked gambling, but ;! like a new man, and consider P. P. P. I
begged him not to, saying it wouldbe it ordained by the Town Council of
mine, a sea captain, brings them to because of what he knew of its hurtful- !! wonderful medicine.
his interests. Rush did not Titu ville. that it shall be ,
fatal to : the town of
with PETE )I.XI. .
me from Havana.) Let us sit here before ness. The victims he looked upon | G.I
'y tell John who the lady was whom Mortimer the duty of the Town Scavenger to remove -
this genial fire-what is prettier, pity and the victimizers with disgustt.John
had annoyed, and his brother askedno to some place outside; the limits of I
soft coal fire-and! discuss in fair of being ruined,
now, than a was a way I)
questions.It said town, said place! to be approved by
., cognac and cigars. They are much more was very annoying to Rush that but Rush knew there was no use in the Mayor, at least: twice in each week, I i In County Court, Brerar County Florida,
interesting subjects than mining shares: speaking to him on the subject. He I ,
I D. IS O.
"** CoL Mortimer was a guest at this little : the contents of every bucket from each |
4, don't you think so: would not get angry and fly into a passion in the of Tituville and all .i I
dinner, but there was nothing for it and 1 privy town ;: In the matter of the estate )
In this CoL Mortimer drew the but he would laugh good naturedlyand I
way : and which hall be
he had to be polite on his brother's ac- :-lop garbage deposited of Frank Smith, late
flies into his net. They would dis- tell Rush that losing a few dollarsat
poor count. Mortimer could be very agreea- in buckets, boxes or barrels or other ,! said county, deceased. |

cuss the cognac and the cigars, and end ble when he tried, and this was one of cards was not going to hurt him, and receptacles at the same time, and the I' Whereas, at a sale of the following

by begging the colonel, for the old friendship the occasions on which he had laid himself that he didn't propose to follow gamblingas town shall receive as compensation j j i in said county belonging to said estate

S he bore them, to let them put a few out to please. He told amusing anecdotes a profession, but only as an occasional f 'ruch service from each occupant or to-wit : LtI of Sec. 10. Tp. 35. S. of
thousands into the Mutual dividend. It would have l been easier to : of each from which such
: i of the war and of the world, and pastime. owner dwelling |! Range 40 E., containing 04 50-100 acres,
f This they always succeeded in getting Rush entertained in spite of himself. argue with a more violent man. for excrement or garbage shall be removedthe I was sold to D. P. Smith! administrator

; u him to do, though with great reluctance.I "He's was not half a bad fellow," said John, John only laughed oil words of warningand sum of fifty cents per month and ,i i said estate on the 6th day of May 18S9,

need not say that the colonel confined Mortimer left the for advice. .. for the removal of such excrement or I he being the highest bidder therefor;
when room a mo
himself to the cigars rather than to the Seeing Leoni at the Academy reminded garbage from Hotels and boarding houses: these are, therefore to admonish any ind
"You will like him better when I!
brandy. He did not object to drinking out Rush that he had not been \"cryattentieto the town i hall receive :such compensation -Iall persons interested to appear beforeme

of business hours, but when he was playIng you know him better. her of late and, as she had been a I as: shall be agreed upon by the occupant '\ on Monday, the 24th day of June
It 9 o'clock when this little dinner
i for such high stakes he had to keep was friend in the hour of need he upbraided and owner and Town Inspector, next, to show cause, if any they hare,

his wits about him. came to an end. Fortunately it 't'asRush.s himself for not having called upon her, subject to approval by the Town Council. I I.! why such sjale should not be confincexL

I 4t Just how much John Hurlstone knew night off at the office, for he did and vowed that he would do so at the The fees for the services herein provided Witness mv hand and seal of of

r J i of what was going on I should not like not feel very much like working for threeor earliest opportunity. Fearful lest John shall be paid monthly to the Sanitary '!; [SEAL,] flee this the 20th day of May,

::*. to say He knew CoL 3Iortimer pretty four hours over a desk in a stuffy should go back to the gaming table, he Inspector, who shall make collections: ,, A. D. 1SS9.

well), and preferred not to ask too many room. John proposed that they should proposed walking home with him, and monthly from the per} +ns from whom MINOR S. JONES,
walk around Madison square, and the such charges are due when making his i i 5 County Judge.
I Mortimer him
questions. paid a large the brothers left "The Club" together.
three sauntered out. On their way they monthly house to house inspection, a? '}
because he.was invaluable to him. in
1t salary John had Twenty-ninth street,
florist's where John ordered rooms the rule* and regulations'
stopped at a provided by ,
1 John was well educated, and wrote a ,: and when they arrived at the door he in- U
1 a basket of pink and white roses. prescribed by the State Board of Health. ;
good letter. Mortimer was badly edu : sisted Rush going in with him, not- RE S
"For the same party, sir? asked the Any failure to comply with the Pmviions I i
: cated and it said could his ,
was just sign florist. : withstanding the lateness of the hour. of this ordinance shall be reported j (. aJ
It name and nothing more. Indeed, it was : "In for a penny, hi for a pound" said
the to the who shall
"Yes and send them at : by inspector Mayor,
; once, please, ':
further said that he only learned to ; : e IMPROVEDJ'j ue
sign John, gayly. Rush was astonished at *
issue warrant to the charged
answered John. And, taking a card : person i
+,+ his name by copying it as written out by the of the rooms. Everything
splendor with its violation and
conviction, 11
from his card case, he inclosed it in a upon { : f
Is John Hurlstone in their army
Certainly signature was very muchlike walked When bachelors comfort was to be found than one dollar or more than fifty dollars -\ !: :

4 John's writing and, when signed to three on again. they 1 there from a well stocked buffet to a \ at the discretion of the Mayor. |i I NLOyiDNCBOILFNCWSTLYMADEtg
reached Union square, John said, as I "'! T>- SPA.!(AE i MAKES FIVE CAI1CHXThe
l letter that John had written, was : well trained valet. !. All ordinances and parts of ordinances I .
though seized by a sudden inspiration, pi-"
r ea perfect harmony with the rest of the "Let's to the It is 'Faust' to- I I| "Why,John, you live like prince,"said in conflict with this?ordinance are hereby :;/ /YAKE..rF/i. c- .;;;v.rL'7'

; {- Ii autograpli. Not only did 31ortimer pay go and there good ballet :I; Rush, looking around in admiration. : repealed. This ordinance to take effect ;CZ/OWfAN.7r.. c

A' the company's secretary a handsome salary night; a you I "Say rather like a stockholder in the I i upon its approval by the Mayor.
know. I'm than fond of .
1s'y but he gave him good lump sums of more a good i Mutual Dividend Mining company; that I i i Approved May ?0, A. D. 1889.I .

.t< money besides, which he said were the ballet. beats the princes Rush." Then, taking !I H. I. ATKIXSOX

a j J'rl dividends on the shares he held in John's Rush was at first ready to embrace hL : a dainty decanter from the buffet, he Attest : Mayor.J. @OrraEER

rl name. Mortimer could not have got brother for the suggestion; but he could ., poured out a small glass of old brandy. ,i P. BLAKE. Clerk.
bear the idea of Helen
not going to see
along without John in this mining company 1
: "There, there's something to warm the
scheme and he knew it and he Knowlton, particularly in such a rolo as : Proclamation.WHEREAS. .
; I cockles of your heart! Drink that, and
paid him well both to keep him in his Marguerite, in company with Col. Mortimer I I I tell me if< it isn't good! The Board of Aldermen of WHOLESO3C
he answered i most APPETIZING and
a so :
; ,
14 service and to prevent his asking ques- "We're not dressed for the opera,John; I l( Rush tossed it down and declared that j I the Town of Titusville have passed a resolution TEilFERANCE DRINK In the wont TSTre.
tions. 1 I he had tasted better.
+ ', : Withal] this money at hand you would if we were, 1 should be delighted to go." "And never will unless j that the proposition of the Titus- ,! Aak your Drug tat or Grocer for it.
i i you never you taste
have supposed that John would have sent "Hang dress! answered John. "We'llbuy it here. Mortimer has a corner on that f ville School Building Association, to be i iI. C. E HIRES, PHILADELPHIA

1 '' some home to his mother and sister Not admission tickets, and stroll in the said he his hereinafter set forth, and also a
| brandy, filling glass.Hand I
he. Had they asked him at a time when lobby till the ballet comes on. Here's I 1 else it." 1 tion authorizing the Town Council

he had a roll of bills in his pocket he would Fourteenth street. Left wheel, march!" 1 no Rush's one can roamed get about the !: gotiate a loan of $],OOO, should be sub- !

1 s have handed it out to them, but they They were soon inside the lobby, and, eyes apartment mitted to the citizen. of Titusville for *

risked for nothing and they got nothing. to John's delight, the corps de ballet was i I until seeing new rested beauties every moment '; ratification or rejection, this. therefore, ;\ utt'sPills
: they on a large colored -
John was a spendthrift, and like most just coming down the stage. They i* to notify all persons that an election :

1 i spendthrifts, he spent his money on him stepped inside the glass doors and formed : photograph Leoni standing on will be held at the Court House in Titus- :

self. If he spent it upon other people it part of the crowd of men who fringedthe i an easeL "Hello! said he "there's a ; ville on Tuesday, the ISth day of June. ,j FOR TORPID LIVER.
portrait of Leoni! Do you know her, ':
A. D. 1889 between the
i wall.
was in the way of his own pleasure. He j legal! hours for -
Was there waltz I. holding such election, A torpid liver the bole j *
i t did send handsome to ever more delightful JohnVhy to determine deranges TC
presents Amy Bay- I should I know her?" said John I tem, and produces
liss useless things that lot music written that that of "Faust? !I whether the Town of Titusville shall buy
represented a
of but little taste. A tradesman Rush thought not; and I think so, too. I, rather shortly. ")lust a man]know'every j i lots 8 and 10 of block t} of said Town ofi Sick Headache

1 could money always sell him an unsalable article The dancing was encored, and Leoni, ballet dancer whoso picture he happensto I i Titusville and the school house and furniture
Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheumatism
by representing it to be something the premiere, came tripping down to the have i i thereon, and the rents and profits ,

unique and adding that few men would footlights to bow her acknowledgments :i "Of course not; but this portrait is so j due the Titu ille School Building Association : Sallow Skin and Piles.1
r ': conspicuous a feature of I '! for the sum of $1,700
of the applause. An usher jostled your room subject to ,
have the taste to appreciate its beauties against There is forth***
no better
!! thought it quite likely knew the a mortgage of"80<_>, drawing interest remedy
t and the price. The Rush as he hurried down the aisle, bear- you not common diseases than Tntt'a Ute
that pay had consequence collection was of ing aloft a basket of pink and white I! original." exceeding 1_' per cent. per annum. the,, Pills, as a trial will prove. PrICeZ *
Bayliss a
l Amy i "Your reasoning is childish Rush | Town of Titusville to secure said assoda- Sold
costly odds and ends that she could only roses. Leoni bowed low over the flow-I i Everywhere.
answered John restored to his usual tion by a mortgage upon the :,
: good
ers, kissed them and backed with the8wlward property
praise for their costliness and because .
i humor. "Leoni is the popular dancer I purchased in the sum of $1,700; payable SAMPL 9Jli
steps of a ballet dancer to the OAGEllTS
"deuJolm" had taken! the trouble to in ten BONANZA both ;
t wings. i i the hour; she is a very pretty woman, !( years or sooner, at the option ofsaid EO.LSCOTT, ,. ....I0(6DEAENESS
them her. There
send to
were cutters -
paper town the said
; of
o "Leoni gets a basket like that : and I adore pretty women. What more mortgage $800 to j. .. ,
of frosted silver and jewel boxes every be paid at the expiration of three CURED yr,. rrl
,,, much too fine for her modest dressing night," whispered a confiding usher in : natural, then, than that 1 should have her !! by the Town of Titusville the interest years low LU CUn1__ '

t table, and mother-of-pearl card cases Rush's ear. "Some feller's dead gone on i i picture, particularly as any one can en- 1 on each of *aid mortgages ;to be aba.. .. ,. hrber..l1ft111Moil..tan., I n..k&IIC 1.w---.....
x her, no mistake." joy the same privilege payingprice its 1 paid annually IZMo 4.1nu HcaUoa r.1I.lKOX.1U: ........,.'Ie I.
.which had long since gone out cf fashion; : by the Town of Titu wi1e.! I -
and every Saturday regularly came a box "Who is the man?" asked Rush, know- ? It's early yet, continued John, I j Alto authorize the town of Titus- '

of cut flowers. These delighted Amy ing very well who had sent the flowers. as the clock on the mantel chimed the I yule to execute its corporate note in the PARKER'gAM

moro than anything else "I don't know;,but they say he's powerful ;, hour of 3; "what do you' say to a cigar I! sum of $1,000 payable two years after I Cleanses..ald the 1*<
( rich, and would Leoni if and some more brandy He filled both date with interest Uautifies
John marry ,
"Dear never forgets to send me not to> exceed 12 Promotes a luxuriant gto1??
}1 flowers every Saturday. No matter how shed have him. Sho'won't have anything : glasses, tossed off his own, and pushed per annum and thereby pledging percent t Never Fails to Restore CHair J

busy he may be, he is not too busy to else, he can bet his life on that." ,I the other towards Rush who declined. the faith and credit of said Town ot Ti- I 13 its Youthful and lurfr CowDmadrnff tolwwMe. !-.
I +
3 I I "No, thank John. This won't tusville .and SI.m at I'ru !e1"
: send these lovely roses to me." And the usher stopped talking to join in you. do in order to procure funds to pay j -

Poor Amy! The regularity in the com the applause as Helen Knowlton came i. for me. I don't want to wake up with a i off and discharge existing indebtedne t tI --HINDERCORNS.------ ==. -.-

ing of the flowers was due to the florist. down the stage.I headache to spoil the memory of our I I and to provide for contingent expenses. Tl:only sare CUre for Com& Stops aU pain.l "

John gave him an order with instructions need hardly say that Rush was interested pleasant evening. Good night"old, boy; i, The following persons are hereby a p- contort to tD.feet tic as Drggi5ta. l3aoox dr Oa.A

to send them "till forbid." In his in the usher's information. He sleep well. Let us see more of each other pointed inspectors of said election : .ARE YOU' ON SUMPT 1

extravagant way he had paid for six could not help smiling at the idea of John, now that \ve are together Good I J. \V. Rogers, F. T. Budge, S. J. Norton Ra.e .on Congh.EronepU. AtR..a, 1

months in advance. Paying in advancewas John marrying the ballet dancer with .: night." with L. A. Brady, clerk. the PARk worn E eascaaJj"uR reined TO tQallpis_

+ not the usual habit of John Hurl- his engagement to Amy Bayliss on his "Good night Hush; you shall see more The style of the tickets used at such fmm defecthre nntritiat,>;e iD ti rtna.tom 7r
p'i stone. He was generally a long way hands., He didn't even believe that he : than you want of me. Pleasant dreams"* 'shall be, "For Buying," "Against

knew but And they shoos hands and .xted. Buying and For Borrowing"Against RHEUh\ATIG.\
behind with his bills. No matter how her merely thought it was one I p. Borrowing.*' .
t of his fancies be known As Ilubh! walked uome in the cool
much he had he it as a patronof I
money spent quickly, A majority of the
'. I r and found himself in debt. He'gave as the 'ballet to the extent of sending morning air he thought over tai eventsof In the town and registered voters residing /\8c ncPains"ChiD

f an excuse that he miscalculated-that flowers to a premiere danseuse. The the evening; tic was not ct til!f satisfied will determine the actually voting
result of the C
about the Leoni said el ec- Sides ana&ek. 110114
when matter lie felt that
dancing was hardly over, John Pains
ho had thought one hundred dollars I Rhenmeti Sciatic. Sharp and weltes
would do tho work of two; but it would proposed going, and, as. Rush was his ;I John had not told him all he knew of the I tion.Given under my hand this 15th day U-Pain Pains Reliej In one minute by the Car ticuh' pt

} guest, he had to go too, though he did so dancer and hKheart was stirred to pitv of Pluter. Tbe ;irt and only Instead M
Triotfahd nr the end of his first t year in May, A.. D. 1889. pain-ttJJing. atrengtl :s cents i .
:i o f New YorkhoLivas' hopelessly: ; "in "debt with great reluctance. John suggested for the ,;'rt.. for he knew that John"f&scirations H. F. ATKINSONV for stCQ) tHd lcr'pluter.r ot.. .u-.x.t"6 '

i I .that, they- should..; _return_ ,_ toJ'The= Clabj". for women were irrt-s hi hle. 'J'f Mayor.' Cffiytpt Pimple, blaci b ;heade,-li egDed, Y-I and oily IIIlnJ <

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Her Youth.

,;' Phoebe Chesley Peterson Clay L. C. OLIVER. .
Mrs. F. T.
.! Co. Iowa, tells the following remarkable PIP] RE BUDGE.OLI"VER .

;; et/rV the truth of which is vouched for : &
. by the residents the town: 1 am 73

0<, old have been troubled with kid- ,
Prickly Ash
rears ,Poke
i Potassium
and lamenewi for )
'; ney complaint many Dealers in t
rears* could not dress myself without CURES

n help. Now I am free from all pain and

soreness and am able to do all my own SYPHILIS GEORGIA PINE LUMBER

housework. I owe my thanks to Electric

Bitters for having renewed my youth, i Ult1c Primary Eruptions,Secondary ScrofaJa,and Tertiary and Syphilis,S!P h. ,

removed completely all disease and pain." tine, Ulcers and Old Sores, Rheumatism crofuloU8 and

Try a bottle, 50c.and 1 $, at all drug SEA iS other of treatment the blood ? all those that hare I SHINGLES AND LATHS.
Titusville and Indian to the yield steadily and surely I
in on wonderful
stores Blood Purifler.SCROFULA. power of P.P. P., the great

True Tonic. G-EN"ER.AL :E3AR.DVV: AR.E

When yon don't feel well and hardly ,

know what ails you give U. B B. (Botanic Is an Impurity in the blood,
Blood Balm) a trial. It is a fine tonic. Swelling, causing Running Sores on the Arms or Sash Doors and Blinds Stoves Tinware
Logs,or Feet, for the I ; and
O.Callahan. Charlotte.N.C.,writes: the greatest blood medicine cure of which use P. P.P,I Crockery.refrigerators
on earth. All these
"B. B. B. is a tine tonic, and has done diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P., .
me great good." giving new life and new strength.
L.V.. Tnompson. Damascus, Ga.. .A. D OXLS
writes: **I believe B. B. B. is the best BLOOD POISONCured ,

blood purifier made. It has realy Improved : Water Coolers
my general health. in Its worst form ; sometimes in cases with Ice Cream Freezers
An old gentlemen writes: hIt B. B. the patient was in Eternal Pain ,
and en en tip by the physicians. In
gives me new life and strength. If there Scrofulous Ulcera broke out till the party tome was cares: a Screen Wire Screen Windows
Is anything thatvill make an old man mass! of corruption; n bottle of P. P. Screen-Wire Doors.
procured and
disease yielded quickly.
young it is B. B. IL"P.

A. Shepherd, Norfolk. V a., August10th. RHEUMA POWDER AT NEW
ISSfl, writes: "I depend on B. B. TISMAnd YORK PRICES.

B. for the preservation of my health. I
In all
have had it in my family now nearly two alone and unrivaled,of and the some Blood.of P.its P.p.cures stands are TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. ,
years, and in all that time have not had I really wonderful i
doctor." ir yon sutler from anything like Syphilis 5
a ero-
fula, Blood Poison, Ulcer, Old Sores AGENTS WANTED. (Only ?2.75 1
Rheuma ) I
Thos. Paulk, Alapaha, Ga. writes: I tism, or any disease of the blood, be EUIC and THE MUSIC, HOUSE OF FLORIDA. 1i
suffered terribly from dj'spcpsi.i. The give P. P. P. a trial. i
use of B. B. B. has made me feel like a .P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium EARTHSEA2SKY 1

wan I would not take a thousand dollars on the)is secret Its patent formula medicine is on like every the bottle many, or Marvels of the Universe; a graphic description of A. B. CAMPBELLJacksonville NEAT AND PROMPT. i

for the good it has done me." thus giving a guarantee of its purity and wholesomeness on the Land wonderful and Sea-renowned things in Nature discoveries;thrilling of adventures, ii
W, Cheshire, Atlanta Ga. writes: that no other blood purifier does give. plorers. Published in EnarII h and German, 862 great pages ex i
''I had of Lippman Bros., rs illustrations. A GREAT BOOK TO SELL. Illus Fla. .
a long spell typhoid fever. I Wholesale Druggists, sole manu. trated circulars and extra terms to agents FREE. I -
which at last seemed to settle in my right facturers, Oa. and proprietors:, Lippman block, Savannah FORSI1CC A McMAMI.V, Cincinnati O. I _

i ftg, which swelled up enormously. An
ulcer also appeared which discharged a n FTP PERFECTCOFFEEMAKER. Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos, Haines -FOR-
nip full of matter day. Then I gave B. i r Bros. Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox &

B B. a trial and it cured me." 4 .U'. A new invention for making. unite Organs and Chicago Cottage
Coffee and Tea,better than anything Organs.
now in use; saves X of the I
Worth Knowing. CotTee and can be used with any I will Sell and Deliver at
i Coffee or Tea Pot. Sample willie your nearest
sent by mail for twenty cents in station High GradePIANOS JOB PRINTING
Mr. W. II. Morgan, merchant, Lake stamps. Agents Wanted to

City, Fla., was taken with a severe Cold, Q QMq NYc and send other for fall fast particulars of this ,
selling articles.
atttended with a distressing Cough and ForsheeA McUakir.,Cincinnatl,0.p .

running into Consumption in its first < I rliuk -Sl"1I ASLETTERHEADS -

stages. He tried many so-called popular A 6UBK CUBS JOB 3..Solid Hold Witch.SoldfurIiO.untillatvly.
cough remedies and steadily .- CHILLS & FEVER
grew worse. '"' DUMB AGUE ., Btt{>3 watcti IU the world
Was reduced in flesh, had difficulty in 1 cricct tuatkeepcr >VartiaieJ. -_ ,
I I 'k! heavy nand bot d
breathing and was unable to sleep. Finally Hunting Ltttt. Both lade*' or.

tried Dr. King's New Discovery J / ,. tnJ 1.1 gent'aizet cues of equal,with worki n1u.Q .. XOTE-IICADS.

for Consumption and found immediate ;'/,7/ "'. 4 -. ,,/ One Person IP each louit -
'r can secure one free,
relief, and after using about a half dozen .4/.7// t.'_' U,r with our larpe and aluioie RILL-HEADS,
bottles fouyd himself well and has had -- imples.line cf These HouseholdS fiimplet. aivi
ll ) II as the watch *e send STATC3IEXTS
of the disease. No ,
return other g
no remedy l l 1d Free,and after you hare kept
can show so grand a record of cures them in roarne for S WiHiths and shown (nose
who may hut*MJ.! .they become your own prot>ertr Those
as Dr. King's New Discovery for Con \\ho write at once. ran bfl mue of receiving the.YVnttlt LK -S MONEY than any other house in the CJ RCli L.t ns,
LIPMA' PYRAFUE ant Sample all trrlxM.etc AiMrna8tiuaou
wepay expre'V
sumption. Guaranteed to do just whatis fe Co.. Box 813,Portland,Maine. I'mted bUtes. I UilUlnp, a Piano or Organ to
claimed for it. Trial bottle free -- ------- any honest man or woman, on trial and it not I FOLDERS
at IS CALLED TilE satisfactory. I win ray freight butt j-a, 525 I ,
Dixon& Benson's Drug Store, Titusville. Wonderful Chill and Fever Expeller cash and $10 a month ou a Piano, and $10 each and :
$5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much I I I l.TVITiTIO.VS, 4
I t cures the chill and fever tones up the system, 4 more than ordinary rt-ut. On thee very liberal I II I II I
Ilncklcn's ArnicaSalve.. gie*an appetite,bringing strength and health to the terms anyone can own a mstiunieut. end fur :
ufferer. TREE CATALOGUE containing full information ,
The best salve in the world for cuts, Brothers Wholesale het."t Music! Strings, Violins! Banjos, Guitars, Accordeoii" I"
braises, hores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever Lippman Druggist:, and m fact, every Musical Instrument STREA3IERS
sole manufacturers and proprietors, Lipp- that is made,and at very low prices. Send for com. ,
sores tetter hands chilblains
chapped mann block Savannah, Ga. plete Catalr>mie<. I line 20.000 pieces of Choke
corns and all skin eruptions' and positively 'Music at 10 ceuts'per copy. i! DODGERS
cures piles or no required.It For Sale at Dr. Screven's Drug Store. wfi A. B. ,
pay Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5 rI'rx
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac- rI, BITSIXESS CARDS,

tion or refunded. Price 25 cents i

per For sale by all drug stores in 'rfr II I '!' .:J' :l. Cf: i.'eC: : j I ij I 1VEDDIAG CARDS,

Titusville, and on Indian River. SCO'TTIEMULSION ( js II I I VISITING ('.4RDS.


Thirty days after date I will sell, in I

front of the Tropical House, Titusville, I I SEND YOUR ORDERSTO
the trunk owned by Dr. B. T. A. Har-

wood to satisfy a demand for board. Said I

trunk contains a good lot of clothing, OF PURE COD LIVER OIL FITS I
one skeleton, some drug bottles and a f

number of medical books treating upon m! HYPOPHOSPHITHSAlmost i

surgery and anatomy and various other as Palatable as Milk.So -' When I say CCRB I do rot mean merely to i
things. Come one. come all to the sale.J. stop thm for"time,and then have them return STAR
I). MCDONNELL, Prop'r. disguised that it can be taken + RA'ain I ML AN A KA1HCAL CU1US.
Titusville digested, and assimilated by the mostleultive 0EGAKKYOUR 1! I hate nude the disease of I
.May 20, 1889. stomach, when the plain oil 1
annot be tolerated; and by the com- FITS, EPILEPSY or i j
Brace ;ntnation of the oil with the hypophoc* I
Up. thites I* much more efficacious. FALLING SICKNESS JOB PRINTING OFFICE
You are feeling depressed, your appetite HOMEIS I ,
is Remarkable as a flesh producer A life-long study. I WARRANT my remedy to I
poor, you are bothered with headache Persons gain rapidly while taking it I CURE the worst cases. Because others have
you are fidgetty, nervous, and generally NOT FURNISHED I failed is no reason for not now receiving acure.
Send at once for a treatise and a FREE MOTTLE
out sorts and brace acknowledged
want to up. of INFALLIBLE REMEDY. Give Express I
Brace up,but not with stimulants, spring Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation WITHOUT ONE. and my Post Office. It costs you nothing for a JYoticc.
medicinesor bitters which have for their in the world for the relief and core ot trial, and it will cure you. Address
All concerned will
basis very cheap whisky and which stim CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, SAVANNAH,Co., Nov. I, 1888. H.C. ROOT,M.C., 183 PEARL ST..NEW YORK: j take notice that sixi
i months after
i date I will
forty Thousand Southern Homes made _____ present my final
-- ,,
ulate you for hour and then leave GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING t ----- jI
an -
happy with fine instruments! since 18TO, i I account to Honorable MinorS.lones,County -
you in worse condition than before. DISEASES EMACIATION and still! the good work goes on. I| !, Judge of Urevard county, Florida, and
What you want is an aletrative that will COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS. 3OOO Pianos and Organs sold last year. for an order dismissing from the
pray me
Th 5,000 our mark for this year.Lower Prices I Rl1:1 Sewlna
great remedy and ;
Purify your blood, start healthy action of for Gynsumptian, Better Instruments* Easier Terms and ,t ;, To at one UaCblnf'FRHH execution of the last will and testament of
in Childfen. Sold
Wasting all trade in I
liver and kidneys, restore your vitality.and by Druggists. greater Inducements mill gain us this Increased pacing : II Phineas D. Wesson, late of said county,
give renewed sale.Tbousand. I t and jooda when the people run see deceased.
health and strength, zany dealer says he has the W.L.Donclal .of Homes yet unsupplied with them we will tend free to one
a medicine you will find in Electric Shoes without name and price stamped Instruments that might to-day be enjoying best penoa Lewin in each,-machine locaijtyibe made very in I AGNES. WESSON,
Jitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at any the bottom, put him down as a fraud. them through our easy system selling. I| the world.with all the attachments I 50-6mo.; Administratrix.
drug store on Indian River. CAS I1 to pay down not needed. We have W.will also tend free a eomplrteline I
1 of our coetly and valuable an
A PLAN by which, WITHOUT RISK,anyone I [ample la return we uk that you .
can obtain an Instrument of any Style |hovr what we send to those who I
or Price, making either MONTH, l may eat at your heme.and after3 NOTICE.
;a( e. mouths all shall become your ownopertT.
until paid for, meanwhile enjoyiiig use of ,I I r made after. This the Singer rrand machine patents is, I All persons concernedill now take
Instrument.No! i. which: have rue on,:before patents notice that. six months after date, I will
Pallos&Orgailsa I :_ run oat it so Id for S9t.with the
; extortionate prices. No Risk. No ForCeiture .
Cta'uehments i .and DOW sells for present to lIon. Minor S. Jones, County
of all cash paid Installments cannot I adO.
.. lif DfE Fftr Judge of Brevard county, Florida. my
1: 00 promptly paid. Contract perfectly I(i' machine in the world. All U
FAIR and EQUITABLE protecting purchasers I lOo capital required. Plain; vouchers as administrator with the
i brief tnsuneuons ivrn.1 hose who wrap to as ax once can ae.
from all imposition or loss. cure free the bent .sevnnjt-machine in the world and the will annexed, of Thomas New, late of

f., Write us and we will point out the way to PA'R 6nmt V.E imeof k works Box 74O shown,Augusta together m Maine America. aid Brevard county, deceased and that

get a flue Instrument Easily and nta Low at the same time I will apply for letters

': li you want to purchase aor Price Wonderful bargains for Fall 1888. dismissory from such administration.
This March 15, 1889,
I Better than any before offered. Prices
Ptf\llo Organ, write to the undersigned Largely Reduced. Notice these SPECIAL I I Notice is hereby given that the undersigned )1. MCCRACKEX,
<*_ have formed r. forth 4S.Gmo.dministrntor.. etc.
i persons company
, or give him a call. .2 OFFERSt j I (> purpose of constructing, maintainingand

operating a railroad, or trata-road,
Can Upright Piano $200
I sell you any of the in Only : from Lake Poins-ett:: to Kockledge and Co- Xotlcc of Incorporation.The .
1% Octave -Overstrung Scale-Three '!
struments of the best and leading .Strings Rosewood-Fully Guaranteed I coa, with the privilege of extending to City following Corporation has this
-Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price,$600. '. Point, about parallel with the Indian Kiv1 clay been formed by the undersigned

makers at prices that defy; W. L. DOUCLAS Parlor Organ. only $65 I er, through tfie towns of Kockledge, Cocoa Incorporates, to wit: St. John and Indian *
i and Point Fla. The of said
". j City name River Canal and Steamboat Co.
Competition., 03 SHOE GENTLEMEN.FOR Four Handsome Sets Case.Reeda-Catalogue 11 Stops Price-Couplers,$200.- I railroad, or tram-road, company is"IndianRh'er Capital Stock $100.000 dollars, in

Examine f and Lake Poinsett Railway Company. I. shares of $100 dollars each.
In the wor1 1. hisU.OO
Beat GL'iUINE HAND-SEWED<< nOE. Stool Cover,Instructor,M usic Book .'' The railroad is to run from Lake To dig, excavate anal build a canal con-
...00 llANOSEWEDVELT SIlO":. and all Freight Paid.OOur Poinsett and Cocoa with
I to Rockledge I necting the waters of the St. John's and
Special Offers just at good., Lariat Stock
VALUE CALF (;1I0E. privilege of extension to City Point through '
.2.60 RXTUA ... South to choose from. TEN GRIND MAKERS Indian river by a suitable and sufficient
112.25 82.00 2iSW.IS0U'SS{! ,. SHOES SOO Different pfes. Can suit all buyers. Wnte Kockledge, Cocoa and City Point, about canal, to carry, transport and convey
Hun ail All made In Congreu Batton and Lace. for catalogues,circular,and Free Copy of our new parallel with the river, 7" to 11 miles in persons and property thereon in the
Organs sold on the Installment W. L. DOUGLAS paper "S?,arpi and PlalI'gfrl.gJu.ll and t'" length, all in Brevard County, Florida. Counties Volusia.. Brevard and Orange

.1' r r The company's capital block consists of and all necessary canals connecting said
Plan when iesinik 1 :discount S3 ..SHOE, ..A OrES. REMEMBER of one hundred shares of one hundred dot- principal canal. To navigate and run
-B.ft atorial. heat SW e. Beat Fitting :: L4. OCR LOW PRICES. lars each '10,000with privilege of increasing Steamboats upon said canal., St. Johns
to Clnrclies on Oitans It Dot .old by OUR EASY TERMS. such stock to 250 shares of $100 and Indian Kiver. The principal offs
Wt" ONE PRICK ONLY. each, in all. The undersigned compose i ; fice of said Corporation shall be at

An Examine \V. L. Douglas* $2 Shoes for 11411DS03JE Oi3TFITS.a first Board of Directors: Osteen, 'olusiacounty.State Florida,
cop-espondence BEST.U aU.JBNTs.
will receive
prompt Gentlemen. ALL FREIGHT PAID. C. B. MAGRUDER, OSTfcEN. Fla., March 15.1889.

'bUI.vine, > Florida Melbourne r, 'Fla MUSIC RUSE: SAVJUiKAH. CD. This"March 5, A. D.1889 41-3mo. GEO., \. DICKSOV.i.i .

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F JUNE 6.,1889. V

I ._ :
rY I Beach Excursion. i iI .' .- .
I Missionhas i Ocean I River Spelling
Church Indian
.. I LOCAL I.4COXICS.Mr. I -A colored organized Baptist in Titusville, the i The excursion gotten up by Messrs. inutcs and. Proceedings of the I

Kockledge,, been and Raney to the ocean I Class.
J. R. Dickson. ministers and deacons of which will be Watson. flillsborough ,

Monday.Mr. afternoon, at three beach at El Dora, on the 1.00 and every class of fine shoe
was in town 1 ordained, Sunday affair. The 1 Spell and I and $ -
and Mr* Charles Magruder, of o'clock, by the Rev. W. N. Cbaudoin, of I River, Sunday, was a pleasant of the "Spelling class:", stand up. I in proportion. Suspenders from 7 to 70c

in town ilonday.Col. i : managers have reason to be proud I define merchant. pair, fine white shirts 40c., 70c., 89c.
Branlley, were LaGrange. learn I per
merchant-a person
of the first excursion, as we I ")T.e-r, mer, c-h-a-n-t, white shirt
Monday j since last 1 success and the finest iD ;
.. II. L. Hart was in town Tuesday was the first day frequently after sells goods at a recAonable -! and $1.04,
they will be given quite I who buys and needles 2c., thread
down the ri mail was receivedat I for $1.20;
trip northern \ the town
from a er.1 Whitestarted
that tmall profits
on return Saturday : this time. The little steamer and we read that
terrible profit; 4c. quire, cOfel-
banana plants owing to the half I : 2c., fine note-paper per
Cavendish Jacksonville,
i wharf at
dwarf railroad
V For the sale unruled linen
,1 : from fine '
i t1 make quick 2 to 5c., very paper -
de:15tated'arious por-
A. Baugh Melbourne, that have people on i opes In fact
Ir.r. storms they
address mail receivedat past seven, with about fifty I "Correct. Next! Spell ape. lOc. per quire. keep
t 4- I I tions of the country. The Buie in command, and I who has no : everything, and from the prices you;
Fla. board. Capt. was *' \ ape-a peron;
-Ir. Fred. Pickersgill, of Tittsburg, i this office last night was immense.A ; he certainly is one of the most pleasantsteamboat 1 brains of their own and who has to make : would think each individual" Haven't article vas 1
"leader. you seer
f in our town last Fri letter received from Jack will meet with anywh i or imitating : intended as a
visitor private by aping from there'
Ta., was a. i : men you use of other people's : the crowds going and.. coming !
that Mrs. Camp doing .
sonville. Tuesday, states I actions and mode of
re. their the

K + day.-Ir.... Captain Fitzgerald; arrived hereon i:I bell has taken charge; of her domestic hence In about an hour and a half Haulover I things; also a kind of an animal." : going True down, my child there;somewhere I have seen, but crowd I sup-

the train Tue lay evening, en route :affairs amicably with her husband ; canal was reached, where a head current "Correct again. Next! Spell Bazar." .:I posed, from the number and also"the
f words in item in the STAR River was encountered everyone's face,that
an on
to Jupi'cr.Money; ; a few will from the Lagoon to Indian '", Bazar the place : happy expression
to week did her an injustice, and this caused the north wind where they were organizing a picnic or prepar
.Uon"1 1 Money I by down on the corner by the depot : celebrate the declaration of Julius

a Apply to Robbins I correct the same. raising the water on the east file and bargains; where : in, to important event
loan on real estut* everybody goes to get : Caesar. or some equally
: 4 & Graham, Titu.villt'. I Senator Hardee and RepresentativeNorwood lowering it on Indian River ide. The you can buy cheaper for cash than you ; But enongh said. We had better adjourn .

returned from Tallahassee had dead pull against current Why, : and down there and do our
nnmi",ioner3 met and I White a anywhere else in the State. go
The County ( look as Kin those bargain are all]]
Mr. Norwood after continuous tugging; trading before
f Monday The se=ion this I Monday evening. and wind but they are selling the first-clas patent
adjourned "fat of the land" at Tallahivee which waa new I gone.
1 though the reached the Lagoon: for 150. brogans 95c.
not a l' ag one leather slippers ,
I month was B. Sack- I had agreed with him immensely Gene to many on board who had not visited
thank to
-\\V return He now only misses the 2001b( limit bynbout ; this section. i ,
bi fine
of *
le !
ett, of Heath for a amp two poundMr. -. Shiloh, McCarthy and Oak lull were !
., comb honey received Monday.MeN i G. F. Daren started deliveringice passed Captnin McCarthy saluting the I

rs Gus ntand Geo. Houston, by .vagon daily last week but the patronage the steamer with the American ensign

of Eau (Jallie. returned Thursday evening he received did not justify the waving from his flagstaff. When oppositeOak

Ii from a trip to J:icksonville.Mrs. expense, f50 be was compelled to give it i Hill another canal wa passed

D. H. Brel-ford! and Miss Min up. He will however, deliver half cakesof i through, made by the Coast Canal Company ,

nie Bre1. ford. of Pain Beach were :guests I ice to his patruns every Tuesday, I to get around the tortuous channelof

i t at the Grand View last Friday.Mr. 1 1q I Thursday and Saturday, if they desire, I I II the 'Devil's) Elbow,'' a crooked channel -
Jno. L. Hownrd,traveling agent I'I at the rate of 40 cents per half cake. i I leading from Mosquito Lagoon to ,

:! t for the Clyde I..tnPtt'amer- *, i* on a visit I The schooner Manatee can be char I II : Ilillsborough River. Passing through

this week.Oyterfrhelllimeof I I II canal arrived at El Dora- r THIS SPACK RESERVED FOR
to his place at St. Lane I tered for carrying freight, or for trips l this we soon
'hi.. A 1 quality is i anywhere on the coast. Freight; rates I time a little pat noon. '

offered for Pale by J. S. Watson of El I always rea..o.onableHer captain makes I Here the party took charge of CaptainWatson's THE INDIAN RIVER BARGAIN HOUSE
1 furnMied on application. of capturing the manatee orseacow I beautiful place, eating
Price a specialty
I of lunch under the beautiful live-oaks and I next week.
Florida roujrh; lumber (same as other native only to the waters former1).1 Those ad. will appear
Mrs ,
furnished I other shade trees.
sell on the river) at $11.50 perS : South Florida. Further

i1 dealer including drayage by Oliver & I by J. W. Zellers, Titusville, Fla. of Titusville, resides here and welcomed
thousand of her old friends from this place
. .1 J Budge. -Mr. Klein, while clearing away killec some Ii whom she had not seen in a long time.
wife oft I last week.
Simmons and bushes on land near town
-Per.V.. A. The trip on the river and the sea air
i this place rattlesnake, which is noon 'I
City Point, Mopped over at a monster all whetted appetites, but as soon
started next day for points I exhibition at Branning's jewelry store I beach
.!" Monday and I as dinner was over the rush to the
; 1 I He killed it with a brush-hook, cuttingoff
further north. commenced. On the sand-hills a dressingroom
.j-; ; snake cleanly as 1
windmill the head of the as
-Fur sale, a fourteen foot I bead has, had been built for bathers and in a
done with a knife. I
Apply to though in the
with ; aminew. few moments about a dozen were
pump and the skir i
Norman H John-vne, Indianola, Merrill's been placed in alcohol surf,jumping through the breakers sometimes !
r Wand.MJ stuffed.Messrs. nder. II going out with the under-current I

W. S. Grahim! : and son, John \V. R. and T. H. toward the sea: ; then mounting some of I
> in town the first part of the week would be S'tEc1Z1'.S21J Co.
for Philadelphia were 'I' bather
morning the combing waves a
started yesterday .
I nie, state to taxpayers II01yde
; : .nil the summer Mr. Sanders wishes us to well to high
U"iI carried and tossed up
<.r pretty Lines.
t wbee that blanks for filling in thtamounts 'I the Charleston & Florida

onth'. of propertv and real estate car I i water mark. A great many watched I

The a.*innmeit i of Mr. J. Birnbaumto I be obtained at the Court House. and he I bathing party. others strolled down the -

? .In 4 Judze M. S. J,'news filed at the I specially requests all those who have not I beach for shell while a few of the gentlemen I
already done -o to attend to their return -I beach to seek the 1
Bad debts is i said started way up the !
Oourt-hou! ;e yoteMay. I
of property at once.
seclusion by the curvature of the earth
to bet the cause. I of Jacksonville, I
B. Towns,
-Jlr. C.
the and the receding lines of to enjoya
B. M. Miller, representing He -
Mr. evening. represents
arrived here Tuesday
tt Florida, bath without the restrictions of society i I
'; 1 Floruit P "1in11tr. a guide to wain the Manhattan Life Insurance Co., About half past three all the crowd had
Sew York City, and Traveler's Accident
l published in "f New York
: board the steamer ready for
of Hartford. Ct. )Ir. gathered on
week. Co. I
few thy* t li*V past Insurance ,
town a Towns is a brother of Mr. J. B. Towns, the return. With fair breezes the steamer -- --

Ii -Mr. J. 11. Sam. school superintendent conductor and they both areas Castle Windy thro' sail follows:
the meeting our genial I glided quickly past Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to as
i< in town thiweek at pleasant and accommodating young the canal to the Lagoon, then down to (Standard Time.)
Boar 4 of the School I I the Haulover. Here the steamer was delayed

quite a party fn-m Courtney. -- school entertainment, which was by a slight accident to the rudder, From Jacksonville to New York. From Fernandina to New York.

+ Sheriff Bowni ui returned yesterday mentioned in the STAR last week, will be a few minutes,caused by swinging across [;ROQC013.JHEUOKEE.. Sunday. Jane. 2. at 6.00 a,, m !I SEMISOLE CHEROKEE.,,call'. Chi*.*.too.Friday Tnesdar,Jane" 4 T|-
-- 6, at 9.3o a.m i
1' ,t .1 from a trip to Eau i.illie made on horses held at Wager's Hall this (Thursday) \ the canal. Haulover Canal was full of iE3IASSLE.iEMI\OLE Sunday Ttmr rfay 9. at lOOn: n IROQUOIS. h TneWsy. 11aIS-.
road leading of the school house. Re- 11.atiOoJ a m 1 SE1IL OI.E. Friday.TntKl. tl ati t1IOQUOI +
instead Tbnr''d.
examine the public evening, of the mullet actually ., 15 al Sim
i back to be fish of all kinds some -* Sunday, 10, at 6:a. m I CHEROKEE "
will be served, and it is to [ .. 6&:1 atSfFnda.f -
f from Tiiuaville to that place.Mr. freshments jumping into the steamer's holdover >fc.MINOLK.2HEKOKEE;. Thursday. ...' _u.,at IU.UUa.rn i j IROQCOIS.M. .. .. .. Friday. :3st3,A
TU" day
hoped that they will be liberally patronized Sunday. at 12-OU noou SEM1SOLE.2T. .. s
i : J. E. EmU-r has the frame up as no charge is made for admittanceto her low guards. Bass, trout, needle- [ROQUOIS5EMIXOLE. Thursday, .". at 3:00 p. m mi.CUEKOKEE. :8 aU'

h"n new lot recentlyMr. the entertainment. The proceeds will mullet saw-fi, etc.. could all be ; Sunday, 30. at 4.00 *
for a house 16x30 r.i fish, HEROKEE Thunday. July 4. at $.u0&o1U I
a s l'urcha"t.J. F. S. Gray expects to be used fur purchasing school apparatus plainly seen from the steamer's deck. '
for instructing classes in the different Freight and Passage, apply to
build jut north of on the same lot. The party arrived home at 7:30, the time For Information Regarding
s branches.Dr. Ai t. JicttocAslle; T. G. EGtE. Traffic !Tanager 3- BromdwaTawotk* ;
of Jacksonville announced in the billseverybody pleasedwith
and wife,
r -Mr. F. S. Knicht dentist who J. A STEAD. Ajfut. FerbatidiD
I Dodson, new F. M 1RO MO\GER. T P. A., bOl1YiIe.
in last the We learn that another JOHN L.HOWABD. T. F. \ Jckou\ille.
town Bawling
r.w day? 5.
t>pent a succeeds Dr. Houghton, arrived hereTuesday W3I. I'. CLYDE & CO.. Gviteral Ageiit; 12 South Wharves;, Philadelphia ;
1 Kniulit i t...nnectcd with the trip will be made Fridof this week Green, New York.
,, \\eek. Mr. evening, and has taken rooms at -
1V r. at the abovenamedilly for the ladies and children exclusively, ---
t Ry.
F. &
S. I the Indian River City Hotel, where he
will have their
when no doubt, they
will\ be prepared to attend to patients in S BOBBINS& GRAHAM
share of bathing at El Dora-by-the-ea.
of ,
of 1 work donein
Owing to the nh'ence many a day or so. Those wishing ,

our prominent oitiz-niH .the Fourth of the line of his profession need have no Shiloh's Care wilt immf'diatf'lrt'lil'Te Croup -
hesitation in giving him their patronage, Whooping Covet and Bronchitis. Scld by Dickson
held Tuesdayevening
child nit l>e .
July meeting as we hear his talents are of a high order, 4 Grey, Titu T>ll Frs

I but will convened sme ewes and he will use all means to do his work The BeY. lea H. Tbarer, of Bourbon. Ind Bays" : I REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGEffi
little to the benMtive "Both myrrh: And wile use our liTrs t8 iloh'
this wtek.Tlie carefully, giving as pain --
wing t CouuwmytJou Cure." Sold by Diclacu: & Grey. Ti. __..
of timid nervous people
.- situated onWashington nerves or timille. n L
.Gailor ]> "[ertyf <
V as possible.We miserable by indi wtion, Consli
el the railroad, Are von made
aenetcenr learn that Mr. E. L. Brady expects patlon'. Dizines, Loss of Apprtite. Yellow Skin? LANDS BOUGHTAND SOLD.
s ld Jit Jlast;TV vile! : Monday and Shiloh'Viul'ZT is a positive Cure. Sold by Dick-

way".!t". nllrcha i h\ Juice( 11 C. uranni to close out his stock of clothing, son & Gr y, Titnsville, Fla. I Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 I to 24 per *r
'"- Ga. fur -(J10.Mr. hats and shoes, etc., and that he will give Choice lots in rnmHicwnwlrm Towns, Mill net .investors 100 p?
of Macon, ,
his exclusive attention hereafter to groceries I cent. in twelve months.

( Fred and *.(iix Edith Valentine in Residence lots in Titusville from $20 to 51000.
and grain. By buying groceries jOY4sLr up
of Melbourne, rejri ertyl at Indian large quantities and giving all his attention Business lots from $250 to $2,500.Agents .

H tel. Friday. "n their return to this line of goods, he can make
from college at Winter Park. Mr. lower prices to his customers, and con- w[isyl It for Florida Southern Railway Lands

L. human accompanied them.J. stantly increase his trade. At the present D It
time he is filling many wholesale ROYAL t lore than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearlye'eJ1count"in

A Dui>t, ,'f Crescent City, the I order for merchants down the river giving t the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and Vegetaft
well-sinkt' ..f the State: of Florida than secure *d
pioneer i them better prices they can Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $1 per Acre

a is now opera; > i at Indianola, Fla.. further north and with no delay in .0 upwards.P. .

where all communications may be ads filling orders. I Is
O. Box 250 Titusvflle Florida.
is s- drec ed and inform:it ion be obtained.Mr. C

To the Great $ OO RewardLovers. A. A. STEWART1.EO.. .M. BOBBINS WALTER S. GRAHI
D. S. Huu-u'.iisou is i preparing : ,

c to build a large brick oven in addition tot I Clerk Circuit:Court.. Attp at Laws 1I. I3.

kitchen of the new hotel. When If you have saved the people of Brevard ..
the furnish I and Dade counties so many thousand I BREYARD JBSTR4CT OF TITLE COHPAfl.
completed he will ,* prepared to : them
dollars, and propose to save so
bread for the wh de country adjoining.The ? We Why I V***
I many more-Why say iKii4GPOWDER' Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all lands IB

Signal Service will be removed did your Mr. D. L./Gaulden come to us Yard county, Florida.
begged-to consolidate -
and begged-yes, we say
1 to the new quarter* in the Indian RiverCitv lumber yards so as to raise the Titles Examined_ and Perfected.Box .

Hotel about the Ixt of the month. price of lumber $1.50 per thousand on '25q,.';: :itusville. Fla. -

On account of the change Mr. Her>ey the people that you so dearly love? and ,
i .u refused, for we think too > -
his trip north until sometime we bitterly SPEOI: : AT. .
ha*, given up much of our customers, and propose to OFFEB.Z.

the coining mouth. tand by them as they have always done New Varieties P,eaches- and Plums, $10:00 per -- :

;- County Superintendent J. H. Sams by us, and think $500 would invested show in Absolutely' Pure. All orders before June will be booked for fall delivery a\ above price for aDfollowing JlMTmrv

and wife, J. J. LaRoche; and wife, R. B.LaRoche lumber instead of than rewards they see.Respectfully Thin powd ruur raciest A mane! of purity varieties : Bidwell'a'Earl 1 and Lat, Arlington, BidweU'a Improved
and wife. It. J. LaRoche. Mrs.HalloquUt the people more ttrtiutth. .a4-wJi<4oro Oliver & Budge. than the ordinary kinds. and C&DDOt be_sold in on Peach or Plum stock,as preferred; trees three to four feet .
And daughter and Mins E. E. competition witfc lh. BjulUtadaof dowtedL &ort i' with order, ba1an before shii'mentJ Best IOIt-
"HxekmeUck," a Utio aDd fngrcnt perfume. weight,lam br pfcacpkate pvder.. -StU.only in bright Cotto'ASeed Meal, $2f.00 per
.Sain" of Courtney, registered at the Price:S aDd 60 cent Sold bj Dicktoo & Grey, cans. Kayo Baking PoxdU Ctt7vin=Ran let B. BEACH Indian River Nurseries Melbourne t.S ..
Sew York. ,
Indian River City Hotel Monday. Tltusrtlte,eta