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 13, 1889


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


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

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


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Cocoa. Eau Gallic. Lake Worth. ing and are again afloat, the Bessie B. is Xow, )Ir. Editor, I have a conundrumfor

Plenteous showers in from and out for Jacksonville you. Why is local jealousy so preva-
Taylor went up to. Titus- during the past week Warm and pleasant. again ,
)Ir. Albert lent all along our coast ? Why does one
and no more withered orange trees. the Mary B. left for the same place and
Tuesday. More rain will do no harm. neighborhood array itself with

Tflle enjoyed a long visit from Mr. and Mrs. Treutler have just sold a Several of citizens have exodusted ought to be back by this time, the Ruby front against everybody who does not get
Courtney partof theirChicago our Dye made a trip to New River and back his mail from their particular office? It
week. property $32,250.
the St. Lucie last lately. and a couple of sloops arrived from the must be a species insanity. Even sen
left last week to Quite a number of our residents attended sible business afflicted -
Powell progressive men are
)Irs. J. I I. Work is i progressing finely on the en- south May 25th and left for their homes
Island. the Sunday School picnic at East with it. With us, when we only had
husband on Long largement of the Cocoanut Grove House.
her 27th.
join Melbourne, Wednesday.Mr. up country May one postoffice all was serene. We had
Large hailstones fell at Cocoa on last Turtle are beginning come up to layon At the regular meeting of the County our picnics:, bat: races and our Christmas -
during the heavy P. A. McMillan's artesian well has dinners but alas! when our second
Thursday afternoon the beach but eggs are not yet very School Board May 18th, Chairman David ; ,
which visited this section of the now reached a depth of over 200 feet, and plentiful.! postoffice was established trouble began,
Brown in the chair, all members
storm water is looked for at any moment. were and now that we have four and another
country. Sunday school still meets as usual every present but S. Rhoads, of Miami. Minutes applied for we are crazier than ever be-
Sunday School and Miss Carrie Piazza has been engaged to fore-and how childish and foolish it all
The Methodist Sunday) afternoon and singing school of last meeting were read and approved -
Assist Mrs. Treutler i is. I know it is much the
conducted in Hill's the care of the pretty same
meeting was Thursday night. teachers' accounts audited and
Church every : ;
all along the for I have lived
Treutler[ Hotel for the coast, on
Rev. James summer season.
Hall on Sunday last by Geo. A Gale has improved his west side ordered paid. Citizens of district Xo. Indian River. Was not your last regatta

Bolton. The stalks of the maguey plants in residence by building a large kitchen and G (west bide of Lake Worth), asked the slightly tinged with it? The first noticeof

Thetbe.pecialtopic Methodist Sunday School pic nicis front of the residence of Mr. J. Walton and porch on the back of it. i County Board to assist! them to the the race came out in the Jieirn and

of interest jut now toll have now reached a height of 35: feet, amount of $300 in building their schoolhouse they very courteously included LakeWorth
Capt. Merriweather, formerly of Pal- ; the STAR cameout and twinkled,
a the member?, old and young, of that and are commencing to bloom. metto, took a run down from Fort Pierce I Rev. E.Heyser presenting the and lo! Lake Worth was left out in the

denomination. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Stewart: were in our May 23d and started back the 24th. claims of the citizen?. The Board, aftera cold. We have some smart boats and

Cecil and Captain W. settlement on Sunday: last, attending little consideration, gave them 200, sailors here, too, and are 1 living in hopes
Major} George Change in mail schedule brings mailsin that you will have a Fourth of July Re-
the divine worship in the Baptist Church which was the same amount that the
\. Shaw will be at Cocoa on Friday, here a day later than formerly, much gatta and give us an invite. It seems to
lath of June, to attend the railroad at which place the Rev. S. F. Gove offi to the disgust of the readers of the STAR. east side school house had been given i by us that an East; Coast Corinthian Yacht

be held here on that day. ciated. the county and as much as the Board Club could manage to exist. Let every
meeting to 4 G. W. Reynolds and wife left for the felt able to appropriate at this time. For owner sail his own craft-allow one man
31r. and Mrs. W. J. Xesbit of Melbourne As residents on the river cannot discover : : north on the 3d, as also did Mrs. J. J. the kindness of the Board the west siders and fifty pounds of shifting ballast to

spent a day or two in Cocoa lastweek. I any hotel advertisements in the White and Mrs. 11.1V. and Eugene Dim- rendered due thanks. A little unfinished every four feet of length and no extra
STAR sometimes at loss to sails and a liberal time allowance to
Mr. Xesbit is one of the members they are a ick. pro-
Miami business finally settled by de- small boats from the foreign
hardware firm of Fee & Xes- known which hotel to "make tracks" for was tect our larger -
of the Miss Lida Brown left for the north ciding that no more money be paid out racing machine How does that
when Titusville.
bit in 3felbourne.Mr they go to May 21st. Miss Susie Brown also left on ex-teacher O'Keefeaccount.. Wm. strike you for fair?

*. Edward Stiling, Miss Burbank, i Humor says that Messrs. J. 0. andC. for her home at City Point on the same Freeman was appointed trustee for district The news from Montana must be very

Moore, Mr. Moore, Dr. Schoe- II. Walton will shortly have an artesian harassing to uncle Benjie. He had bet-
Mi:- Carry day. Xo. 2 (Miami). Miss Kate fiamilton's -
Shear and Mr. A. A. Taylor, well sunk on their land close to ter send his promising away from his
field, Roy James McFarlane has left for a sum- application as teacher for the eastside public pap to his stock farm and let him
Indian River Steamboat Co.'s
landing at
tare vacated Myrtle Cottage on' mering in the north, after which he will school next term was received and rustle around among his cows for a liv-

beach and are at home in Cocoaonce the mouth of Eau Gallie River. return and improve his recently pur- accepted, subject to the approval of ing. KUTHVES.

more. Our river people would like to know chased east side place, just north of A. school trustee U. D. Hendrickson. Capt. I For Dyspepsia and Liver- -. Complaint- jon have a

Mrs. Bertha Schaefer with her two bow it is:: the Titusville hotels have been W. Wilder's.Pineapples. being a single man and very bashful, printed guarantee on every bottle of Sliiloh'a Yi-
talizer. It never fails to cure. Sold by Dickson &
little daughters Adele and Bertha, left using so many canned vegetables when are ripening and. are now dare u't say no to Miss:: Kate. The mat- Grey, Titnvile, Fla.

Cocoa. last Thursday for their home i in fresh vegetables are so plentiful and ter of teachers' salaries for the coming .
on sale here. A. M. Wilder sold about
several delightful cheap-especially beans and tomatoes.Mr. term left till the I The ))ou;lus JInr lcr.
Georgia, after having spent was over next meeting.
500 to a party who was down' here from The feud which has for time
months in Rockledge and Cocoa. Chas. H. Walton was on his home- Daytona a few days ago. but the most of After ordering the secretary of the Boardto between the some factionsin existed -
They expect tit return again next wiutcr.1Hs.i stead attending to some improvements them are shipped north direct. draw the necessary orders for the political
Volusia resulted last Wednesday
Carrie Burbank, of Saco Maine this week and part of last. The late Board and his own pay the Board adjourned county, -
Thomas A. Pool arrived the
Judge on in the killing of one of the principalsin
winter with her cousin drought has done irreparable damage to subject to the call} of the chair
the ,
wbu fpent 1st and has come to stay awhile this time. the controversy which has been goingon
home his orange, lime, lemon and guava trees. man. I
\ra ailing, returned Tuesday. lIe nine of his
reports seven or more between James H. Benjamin, editorof
Miss Kate McGinniss, who has been Will Titusville have a Fourth of July friends not far behind him and all headed Probably every one in Florida and n the DeLand News, and J. Wade
outside of the State know
her uncle and aunt at Cocoa the is the question generally asked ? great many
visiting regatta this Its how Lake Worth
of the democratic
way. queer Col. Hart. Last winter be visited Lake Douglass, one politi-
part: neason, started for her home at Perhaps Titusville residents have not sufficient fetches them.A Worth and quietly made one or two arrangements cians of Daytona. The immediate cause -

.Montreal, Canada, the same day. in them to get a picnic towards seeing this country
energy up jug of alcohol up at Juno the other which led up to the killing was the pub-
We hope that all the Indian River and regatta. It takes our down-river later. So he again put in an appearance lication in of articles
day succeeded in skinning Pat Lennon'snose May 30th and on the 31st he had deeded Benjamin's paper
people will not forget the railroad people to show them how to do it. giving uncle Jim" Kinsley a cou- over to him the James McFarlane place, reflecting upon the characterof, Douglass,

meeting which is to take place at Hill's Mr. John McAllister has one sheaf of ple of sore knuckles and knocking a holein just north of the Lake Worth postoiBce. and the feud has grown until it has drawn

Hall, Cocoa, on Friday the 14th, but oats, grown close to the Eau Gallic J. "". Burke's head and making it so The place contains twenty acres, has a many others into it, and has assumedthe

will, with the intention of steamboat that do not thinkcan great many fine cocoanut trees on it, character of factional The
come landing, we sore that he is not out of danger yet by some already in bearing besides i other a fight.

the enterprise! through, as the greatest be compared with on Indian River. I any means. fruit trees,and, above all, is one of, if not circumstances:: of the killing, as related

benefit to the entire river will be had by On this one stalk is over 6,000 oats-all i Dr. W. A., Arthur and Otho X. Har- the very finest building sites on the by a citizen of Orlando who was an eyewitness -

the building of that road. grown from one oat. Can Dr.*\Vi1e"s : din went up to the Locohatchee May lake.improved As three-fourths land almost of adjoining an acre of this un- to the affair, are about as follows:

On the East Coast Canal steamer oats beat this record ? land Wednesday afternoon, at about o'clock,
Sunday 23d to fix up houses on the they are place sold for $1,000 a short time ago,
Denny came down to Cocoa and Messrs' Hodgson Bros. are to have an arranging to secure and have returned Col. Hart surely got this place cheap just after the arrival of the boat at the

Rockledge with the following party on artesian well as soon as McMillan's con and are now preparing to move up there enough, as he only paid$12,000 for it. At dock at Xew S myrna, bearing the dele-

board, by invitation of Mr. Gco. F. tract is completed. They are having with their families-that is, all but Otho, this price it is a very investment good bargain, but Col.justas gates and visitors to the port conventionto
a speculative
Miles, the contractor for the E. C. C. Co.: their; orange proves: extended also, and who still has a family to get. Hart says he is so well pleased with this be held there, Douglass, who was

Captain R. P. Paddison. qf Titusville, intend to lay piping through the whole The closing exercises of the west side section that as soon this fall as men can walking up' and down on the wharf, approached -

Senator Smith of St. Augustine, Mr. premises, when it is hoped that all dan- school were held. on May 21th and work outdoors without being covered Benjamin, who had just landed
with mosquito bars he will have a fine from boat
the and knockedhim
Miles, and Mr. D. D. C. E.: of from will be overcome. deliberately
Rodgers, ger a dry spell rents and friends of the scholars spent private residence put up, and hereafter, over the side of the dock into the
Daytona Capt. Fromberger had charge We note from a private letter to Mr. the day at the school, turning the chil- as long as he lives, will spend his winterson
cf the Denn '. Lake Worth. That a man as well informed water, which was only about two feet _
J. E. M. Hodgson that some of our dren's noonday lunch into a picnic din-
by actual experience in regard to deep. He (Douglass) then sprang into
Iles James Holmes of who left for their northern and otherwise to making
n. and R. B. friends, recently ner contributing -
and climate should his
Florida land by the water on top of Benjamin and firmly
Cromll, Mich. who down to the homes have had narrow it day to all concerned
came a escape a happy acts as well as words,show such a decided held the latters head and body down
Indian river "look around" few collision taking place between preference for Lake Worth as Col. Hart
to a I a serious Harry Davidson made a trip to his ancestral with his right hand, while he dealt him
eeks, have decided suits : bound and a south- has speaks louder in praise of this section -
that a northern- passenger in New Jersey salt
acres up a than a full "ad" would in the I I heavy blows with his left fist. The
them better than any other place on then bound freight train. Messrs. A. R. and marsh, but the mosquitoes drove him "truly rural" big page T-U. Col. Hart can be struggle in the water continued for per- ,! .

er,and have, we learn, bought some H. U. Hodgson, of this place, were back to his Lake Worth home very congratulated on his purchase for it is a !III haps a minute or two, when Benjamin,

hU just north of Mr. McGinniss' place, among the 1 passengers.: The freight train quickly and he is now busily engaged in bargain in every respect, and lIr.IcFar- who had up to this time made no apparent -

*lrethey will probably erect a bank telescoped the passenger engine, baggage, recovering from the effects of a com lane can also be congratulated on his resistance drew his pistol from
getting us another good citizen, but we ,
and make this place their home. postal and passenger cars, in the latter of tion of influenza, girls, bronchitis Plica-I can hardly congratulate him on the his pocket and without taking it out of

The iidewalk is progressing splendidly which were our informants. Their des- dyed mustache, all of which afflictions I II price be charged the Colonel for becoming the water, discharged its contents into

*4.I11 won be completed if those who cription of the collision (which, fortuna- I caught him before he could get back. I on.e of our good citizens-the initiation the body of Douglass, striking him ill the
death of fee in his case was:mrely a little low
promised work will only come up and do uately, did not result in the any The Brelsford Bro have gone north I in proportion. left side and killing him almost instantly.

their l part. Last week, we are pleased to of the passenger or train hands) showed to take a rest: and were preceded a few I Douglass as soon as the shot was fired,

note that Mr. ,, G Patterson and Mr. a very narrow escape for some of the pas- days by their mother and sister. Messrs. has Capt.not seen U. idle Hendrick80nshipyard day for the past two gave one long, appealing look at the bystanders .. '

Tom Dijon furnished men to do the two Hillhouse and Garnet will look after I months;, and he has work enough spoken on the wharf and cried out,
da I*work which they promised. Captain YORK, June 4, '89.DEAR Brelsford Bros.' interests during the for ahead to keep it going at least another "lIe has shot me, he has hot me, he has

boor I'llne w a* very kind in giving one days SIR--Enclosed find my check sence of the two brothers, who, as ah'I'I mon tho .. SAM. shot me," when his head fell heavily

towards this cause. It is very 3.00 for subscription to the STAR are both single: and fully endowed as I A Saul Injector free with each bott'e of Shiloli's forward and his body dropped with a

frttifying. to the community to have I for from, date of expiration. Please send to I looks, lucre and luck, may have gone after Catarrh* tang, R..m TitusUIle,lr.! Price Fla. 50 cents. Sold by Dickson dull thud into the water, life being ap-

these gentlemen so promptly uruUh the 723 Fulton street, Brooklyn, X. Y., until I something besides a restsomethinglivc : j parently extinct in a moment after the ,

men to do the promised work, and we to Indian River in the fall. We for instance, that they could hang I Hypoluxo. shot was iired. Benjamin then dragged

tit that thtee whose promises are still we return know what is going on on theriver on their arm, take around with them up I ;News is scarcer than eggs on the beach. himself from the water, and, drawing his
want to I
JIePtrill: not be backward in giving while are away.-and the STAR there and bring back home with them : The railroad has got in at )last-one pistol from his pocket, sat down upon

in the money or sending a man to work we and promptly. Our friends when they return. How is it, Doc? ; end of it has-and the shrill shriek of the"injun" the wharf stolidly waiting to surrender"
10 tells us fully will startle the natives.Rain .
their soon '
place. *' himself to the officer of the law, who at
surprised to find u* so strong I The Horticultural Society met at V. i
The .:Coquette" here are two O. Spencer's the afternoon of the 1st skeets, horse-flie Beats all, whya once took him into custody.' It is said .
was capsized on 1:1St'edDesday after spending nearly
\ and map should live in this part of the
just through the I and transacted its routine business after : that after Benjamin came from the water
off Georgiana but no years in Florida and going J Graml Republic, anyway. Feeling disgruntled .
damage wag done to the boat or the man "yellow fever summer.". as they call it, which it indulged in a discussion: on citrus I must abuse somebody, and as some friend of Douglass drew a knife

'**M sailing ( ?) her in fact it was of last year. As a matter of fact, my fruits in which all took part. From the weather and the country can't talk and was about to avenge the killing
the ne test it back they are the victims. when Benjamin drew another pistol and '
affair and the actual of those
on of this kind ever seen children have grown more stronger experience present
rt th1, Vr, for )Ir. Blank did not even of their farmer school companions was learned that citrus fruits would and It is rumored that there was a small- placed himself in an attitude of defense,
t hia
Itt n feet feet wet although the water was than any who remained north. I do grow here and do well, :while for the sized Fenian outbreak at the head of the successfully keeping the ,\would-be avenger :
of the same age rt'centhBurke's head
where the lake, near Juno
OCcurred: Step catastrophe business reasons I would as lemon especially the west side land, together broke-also) record quiet law- at bay. The general impressionseems I
Tbe'acht did not sink but Except for got our as '
1ttd turned on .side and Mr Blank man- leave s u H< my summer on.Indian Riveras I with the climate of this section, : abiding citizens. Jupiter whiskey will to be that the shooting was clearly

about tiSJlllP on the Mali side and resorts north. Health and was a combination hard to beat.. The soon get a bad name If Juno is the wife an act of self-defense. The affair has

: tame ** Mr-Usher's steam launch as at summer to be more enjoyed on the I next meeting of the society will be heldon of Jupiter she had better give the old caused intense excitement in the neigh-

then upaodSecured towed the smiling sailor(?), I weather are 'points he4e.Yours"rempectfully. Saturday afternoon, July 6th, at 2 I man a lecture a la Caudle. borhood, and it is expected that the trial
the Coquette into shallowTjlo'rftlptain river than at most of will
ntet I Our handsome altitudinous friend, A. Benjamin create some startling
, Mc el and Mr. A. A' 1 t o'clock at the Oaklawn House. W. Garnett, with his six feet, has quit developments, and will be of the most

th boat !f oWn r of the -Coquette) saw E ,; V. J. KEVINS, of,Merritt. f Marine news' is plentiful as yet. The his bare-footed tramps by the "sad sea sensational character. The :verdict of .

'" he bf9ught capsize and so Sailed down after ..,....... 1. Bon Ton made another B. I, R. trip waves" and his bi-monthlv] visits to the the coroner's jury was that he" came to .,
in jln4 hef home in good shape Miami and is his death at the hands J. H.Benjamin.
awbenShtloh'sCurewillgiveImmediate postmistress at now acting
hat tIlDe ball f 011 r hours. That was the I I W 1 "ill relief you Cu?' r PTfee; : 10:ets SOcte' ann l. .. I since last writing, tbe, mily 3. is back; assistant postmaster and general utility A preliminary examination was held -

:1(a boat'Yr. Blank had ever tried to I by Aieinon'ktl- yt'rtnsTfile' Fla." fromJacksonville_ the Deerhound, Arthur man at Brelsford's store, the B. Bros Thursday morning, beforeJustice, Finne-

t to arid't as the jib was tied hard SdUdha Catarlh'n'medy-&positive. Sold cure by for Dick-Catarrb. I and several smaller boats have beenon having gone on a visit to their old home, gan, and Benjamin was bound, oven for :

that the trim e'rnatn.magt little !t is no wonder Dtpth6ti TitgYiUe'Fi>t.'af'pnterMoutb a. the ways for overhauling and repair Zenia, O. murder.THE .
yacht capsized. son & o fai'r{ : !






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thought it over, wny lie had not

,l love which he believed was the fondest kind to him when he was: alone in New gled him on the spot Instead of that f

I man ever had for woman, but whichhe York and now that he had found otherfriends hurried out of the shop, after .. f

TAKEN BY SIEGE. knew it would bo fatal to betray. He he had quite neglected them. glances at the man that must ha t

felt desperate, and it is no wonder that So on his way up town at about 6 him with the impression that Ilia 1

he looked so. o'clock one afternoon he stopped at the vis was a lunatic. But John en?I1. t

I ", ::::::::::r_ "You haven't spoken a word In the Cella apartment. All the family were at seeing Leoni's photographs In the mJd
last ten minutes, Mr. Hurlstone. Whyare home and in the best of spirits. Leoni windows. She was the favorite daac .

The Story of a Young Journalist's Experiences you so silent?" said Helen, in a half never looked prettier. She was dressedin of New York; why shouldn't hep J I.

; I bantering tone. gala day attire, and so was the little be for sale? The oftener he sawit3 C

t "I was just thinking of a lot of unfinished room in which she lived. The curtainswere better he was pleased. He was aS J

in New York. 'I work, and that I must tear myself tied back with gay ribbons, and tionate, but there was nothing seel

,i from this delightful company and hurryto flowers stood in all sorts of receptaclesabout mental about him. s

II ". ==:::JIX.1 = I my desk. Such a thought was enoughto tho apartment. The table was set Rush tried to see hu brother the dafter r

make mo silent and sad," he replied for dinner and looked very attractive.The the meeting at the Cellos', but 1 J

-.1.1il Copyright by J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia, i a., and Published by I in the same tone, at the samo time rising cloth was snow white, and tho best couldn't find him. It must have bee-j b I

\ Special Arrangement through the American: !':e ; Association. I to leave the room. Ho bade them all China was on it, with two or three bit: fortnight before ho met him, and ia tile r

+ I' r I good night and left the house with a of silver that had been brought from mean time he had taken his first ItaGu .

.. .u. and polished till they shone
/.t heavy heart. Italy were lesson from the ex-cannon ball toaaet i

.: .; CHAPTER XI. S r I "I am really very fond of that boy," like mirrors in the light of the lamp. The Leoni was not at home. She was E
i that Rush felt rather annoyed He wasa front door of Chianti had a ribbon tied aroundits
f I said Helen, as she heard the bottle rehearsal at the
: tending a
US H'S boy as beards go; but he was much i i close. "He is so honest and enthusiastic neck, and there was altogether an appearance Music and Signora Cella Academy was c g I
j ,
1( mootingwith 'i older than his years; and yet again he 1: -quite different from the usual society of festivity about the place Rush out fc
Third avenue, marketing.
T 1 HelenKnowlton was very boyish. "I am every bit as j men one is constantly meeting." which the savory odor of a choice mines- ,, without too fe r
find out, prying; deeply j
old sho is in said Rushto tIa:
) as my feelings, "Yes" said Hastings in a patronizing tra wafted from tho little kitchen did ., his brother's affairs, just what John's f
i at themasked himself; but, then, Helen was very Rush noticed that pQ.
:, tone; "he seems quito an amiable young nothing to dispel .: sition in the household was. He did

young for her years. man. A reporter or something of that the table was laid for four, and he pict- : tell Cella that Mr. Stone sq s
ball had "Your aunt and Mr. to be rae
Myers seem
locks and
in his mind tho raven
[ sort, isn't he? ured his brother f
called him, was he
K = upset all his reso ; discussing a very weighty subject, said favored Iaij
black of son ofI
"Well, yes, something of that sort, large eyes I that he knew him, and he soon fob
i ': lutions. It acted' Rush anxious to change the con\"ersa. rather who probably soon to make ,,
: said Helen taking up tho cudgels Italy was that ho was answering Cella's question s

upon him like aglass ,,tion. against Hastings' tone than his words. his appearance as the guest of tho even I I rather than Cella his. The old : t
"Yes, they are, Helen replied "they m
: of wine ;
c up- "Leoni's color and the unusual
"All matter how I Ii
i i journalists, no great ing. seemed anxious to learn
t on a man who are talking." over my London engagement. ,; they may become, begin at tho bottom brightness of her eyes tell tales that needno i i could about very uJIr. Stone." He had t bee.I f

; d has stopped of the ladder and learn all tho branches words," said Rush to himself. ""Well 'I Cella and 1
t introduced to Signor
London? asked
"Are Leorabj
drinking: it went you going i of their work. Mr. Hurlstone is devotedto some sil\"er'oiced tenor is going to wina c
whom the
his head and Rush, with undisguised surprise. : a Col mase:
t Leoni is exceptionally nice :
his profession. He will be editor of prize. an
"Yes it is all settled a few 'I at the Academy vouched for as being
; intoxicated him ; except pre
r4 p. The Dawn some day, you mark my girl, and sho is very beautifuL"Leoni 1
and gave him an liminaries. I am to sing at Drury Lane i words." seemed a little embarrassed and Ii "perfect gentleman. f
irresistible the coming season, and Uncle Lightfoot, No sooner had Mr. Stone met LCOQ
cmving I "Indeed he will, if industry and abilitygo the parents a little mysterious; so be- f
who much advice in than he fell in love with her. Leona
gives us so good ira
for had felt
Ho her '
more. eyes upon for anything," chimed in Aunt Rebecca tween the two Rush thought it best to T
i' his; the touch of her hand had fallen business matters, is arranging the details : his business and before used to love at first sight, and she kaew
state get away
with Aunt Rebecca. I don't want to that it usually passed as
away suddenly ,
i his arm. IIo could no more resist
upon Ho made knownhis
I "Mr.: Hurlstone's success would not the arrival of the lover.
have do with tho business.If it came. But in the case of Job
I' going to seo her again than ho could anything to as i
r surprise me, said Hastings, with a slight errand to the ex-cannon ball tosser, t
I have of that mind 1 can't Hurlstone (or Mr. Stone, as she believed
= on
l have resisted .her first invitation to call any my '
with the idea of so'
sneer in his voice. "A man who can who was delighted i j "
at her house. The pride that hail been sing, and I dislike it anyway. Fortu- : him to be) it was different. He had na
and time and terms f
make such devoted friends of the ladiesis pleasant a pupil,
bottled nately Aunt Rebecca likes it. I the familiar assured-of-succebs manner
stung to the quick was as
bound to succeed. Women rule the were agreed at once. Rush arose I
he expressed it, and he confessed to him- This gave Rush time to recover, for he I upon of the men she had been in the habit of :
world, what will. to but before he had made his adieus
say you go j
well surrender first had been quito stunned by the blow. meeting behind the scenes. He 11':1&:
: self that he might as
and Leoni 1
"Tho truth well spoken, said Uncle the door rang, disappeared I
as last. London seemed to him to bo at the end I gentle and deferential, and he shoal
Lightfoot. "This Hurlstone, however in the hall It seemed as though she I
g "Luuust not expect her to caro for me of the world. How he wished that ho young her as much respect as he would ban
: strikes me as a ahead, sensible would never come back. Rush did not t
yet. It would be very strange i if she did.. I was a Monte Cristo, that ho might say, go shown any lady in her drawing room
young fellow, and I hope that Helen'spredictions want to go out and disturb her, nor did (
I "What do expect to make by His manner to her mother completelj
What am I to her-only one of hundreds ,. you your will true." he want to stand in the middle of tho I
i trip? and if she should reply"A hundred captivated that excellent woman and
; and she may be engaged to that : "I echo your sentiments, Undo Light- floor and twirl his hat until sho returned. ; I
thousand dollars, he would "Stayat night, when he took heraad
3 West Hastings now, for all I know. PeoPle say foot, and should be pleased to seo virtue "Ah, these young people!" said Signora one c
home, and here is two hundred thou her daughter home in his carriage,sba
say so. and people always know more i rewarded," replied Hastings. Cella., with an amused shake of the head.
I sand. Hut, alas! two hundred dollars invited him in to get warm, and he accepted
f l about your friends than you do yourself. |, Helen felt like saying something sharpin Some whispering was heard in the 1
would be almost moro than ho could the invitation with alacrity A
Such thoughts as these flew through j reply, but, as Hastings was her guest, hall and Leoni entered, followed by a "
command. Oh, why was sho so kind few days later ho called to see if they
the young man's brain as he bent over | she refrained. Besides, she thought it man. Sho was just about to introduce t
1 and why did sho look so beautiful on the I had suffered inconvenience from the .
; his desk at night and plied the pen, or, was perhaps a tinge of jealousy that the gentlemen when they both stepped I any
night when sho announced her departure : rain and from that tune on he had been
; blue in hand boiled columns : ,
pencil affected his speech, and she was too forward and stared at each other in t
", '." \. of down half uartercolumns. ; ? a regular visitor at the-Cellas', where b
copy to or 1t much of a woman not to forgive sarcasm amazement. I l
lIe was mid ho would betray himself; all hearts by his amiability and
1" he with himself "I I won
Again argued owe
that arose from such a source. She "Why, John, you here!

: I { her an apology for flooring that rascal inI but ho must know before she put the sea therefore led tho conversation around to : "Hello, Rush, old man! glad to see I i. gentleness. s
whether she in love with
between them was engagedto was more desperately
her presence. It was very ill bred of me ; the European trip, and Rush Hurlstoneand you." And John shook his brother affectionately t
I West Hastings. If she was, he would Leoni than he had ever been with any t
and 1 must ask her pardon. I his in the hand. Rush
aspirations were forgotten by was so !
".5 retire from the field and wait. Hewouldn't I other woman; but I will not say that he
, SV So on his next "night off he put on the discussion of pleasant plans for tho astonished that he had nothing to say, i
then. If she have his affections .
givo even was could not changed
I up
his dress suit and walked Twentieth
to -
up but John at his
i perfectly
summer. was ease. ]
he not, he would stay in the field and bide with a change of scene. He saw befon 1
x street The very thought that Poor Rush! ho could not so soon turn Rush remembered vehemence' with ':
his time. Should he ask her? No; that he had talked with her many times that
a was going to see Helen excited him so the current of Ms thoughts. Ho beganby which John had denied any acquaintance ;i i
that ho could do to tho would be too bold a step, and it might she was as good a girl as had ever lived,
scarcely justice wishing that he had never been with Leoni, and his heart misgave ;!
While he and that if ho wanted be her friend
make her was debating to 1
; Italian dinner before him at angry.
capital born; but, thought-- him-not for John's sake, but for Leoni'sand :
? his old Ho had dressed himself in his mind the bell rang, and the servant ho must treat her with proper respect &
restaurant -
'Tis better to have loved' and lost for that of Amy Bayliss. I
announced Mr. Hastings. Rush knitted She was a ballet dancer, to be sure, bat.
; V with tho utmost care. "I never Than never to have loved at alL 'So know Mr. Stone?" said Leoni.

want to appear in her presence except his brows and cursed his luck, and Helen He felt that he had lost, and he walked "How you nice! I am so glad are I she had been well brought up. Although s
very you
looked smilingly towards the door as she was deeply in love with him, she t
i I as a well dressed man. he said to himself from Twentieth street to Printing Housesquare friends." I
West Hastings entered. If there was one him to understand, as Juliet assured I
and this because ho his
j' ; not was a thinking over desperate case. Rush that there
saw was a
dandy, but because he had heard her thing above another that West Hastings Tho sight of The Dawn office recalled about this acquaintanceship, but mystery this was I Romeo, that he need pay no court Ito

could do well it was to enter a drawingroom her unless the bent of his love wa t
that she liked to dress well and him himself and occasionto
say men to having no not the time or the place to unravel it: I

give their personal appearance a sufficient and Rush could not but envy his enter the building that night, ho so he bade them good evening, and took i honorable and his purpose marriage.
elegant ease. His bow was courtliness II John accepted the position of 10\"ero:1 1:
i amount of thought. turned around and walked back to his his lea"e.Vhat did it mean? John
{ itself, and this ho bestowed on the inmates these terms, forgetting for the time being i
1 + 1 bear said His hard
i cannot a dowdy man, lodgings. case was certainly a was evidently on terms of intimacy in i

lichenS one day in Rush's hearing, speaking of the room collectively.Vith one. He, a penniless boy, loved with all : the Cella household. Amy Bayliss and the wedding day that c
t Helen he shook hands, and seated him I was not far off. 1
of a clever fellow of their acquaint the impetuosity of youth the most pop- John was an attractive f ellow.and Leoni
self beside her on the sofa. Rush thought i He had fixed it for the 1st of June; bat v
who in his
untidy ular of the
,t, ance was very appear singer day-a woman any was, to say the least, very much inter-i'
4P ance. "1 prefer a man to care less for his manner with her insufferable, but man would be proud to call his wife, ested in him. There would be no harm after a while he wrote her the tenderest t

Greek and more for soap and water. I that was his prejudice. West Hastingswas whom all men loved, but to whose hand in this if John were not engaged to Amy I letter a man ever wrote to a woman, t

t shudder whenever he shakes hands with few to her and postponing it till the fall. Amy was c
; exceedingly deferential to ladies, aspired, owing position : Bayliss. Poor little Amy! Rush thought !:

me. Such nails! there is no excuse for ]j' and particularly so to Helen-so much so, the careful manner in which she was : of her big blue eyes and baby face. He : perfectly satisfied with the reasons, and t

4: it. There is nothing I like more than a 1 in fact that she felt it to be an outside guarded. The wealthiest young bachelor 1 would like to thrash John, if he was I loved him more than ever for them. She 1

well kept hand, and nothing I dislike polish rather than anything that came in New York was acknowledged to ;! going to throw the confiding little thing did wish tljat he could get back to Farm-

i than that is let wild." I sted, if only for a day; but dear John 1
more one to run from the heart"Confound be her slave. She could marry him if over after winning her affections so thor
Rush looked stealthily at his strong, | she would said but she was working so hard, and all for her! sIn
i iV his familiarity!I" said Rush so every one oughly. And Leoni-what would she

ehapely hands, and wondered what head to himself. What right, I should like would probably marry a Russian prince I j, say if she knew of John's engagement? the fall they would be married, and t

I; they came under. On his way home to know, has he to sit there and talk to or an English duke. j But perhaps after all, Rush was magni- then she would go with him to New t

that night he stopped at a drug store and It said that I' York. They would live at his rooms tht t
:i! her in an undertone, as if he owned was already two such fying the affair.

bought a box containing all tho paraphernalia her? Can it be possible that they are engaged eligible suitors visiting this country had { Perhaps if Rush had seen Amy Bayliss first winter, and take their meals anj-
the des I where they chose. That was the way t
S of toilette ongles. expressed their willingness to share the I
f S SS I ? lIe looked carefully at her she might have told him that there was

,V From that time forth he took care of his hands, to see if there was a tell tale ring prima donna's ducats; and yet he, Rush I;I no falling off in John's attentions. His I many young married couples did. R or

V hands; and he had his reward; for one Hurlstone, a boy with his was very Bohemian and very jolly, and
her country letters
there; but fingers were without ornament young I were frequent, but short, and his I 1
't day, in shaking hands with him, Helen This was something to be thank- fame and fortune still to make, dared to flowers came regularly. Amy felt quite Amy, who had spent all her days in a

I'.- said, "What nice hands you have, Mr. ful for. Although West Hastings spokein love hijrl! As he stood at his window I happy for John had named their wed country rectory, looked forward to 1 it ,

S + Hurlstonel they are so well kept. I like low tones, Helen did not. She tried to that night, looking out at the moon, ding day in one of his early letters. To I with the keenest anticipation. i
it.** She didn't know that it I "Poor little John said to himself
+ to see was which seemed to be with Amy
draw Rush into the conversation, but he shining es- { be sure, he had made no allusion to it
her Helen's friends used I he sat in his at the l
own doing. to as private room
was too busy with thoughts of her de- lately, but the thing once settled
why 1
say among themselves that she was too pecial brilliancy over the spot where her } Mutual Dividend Mining company's offices
notice that of the
parture any conversation harpfrVipon it?
particular and spoke her mind too freelyon house stood, he registered a vow that he smoking its best cigars and sipping i
was addressed to himself. She John had
not faltered
these subjects; but the effect on her would not give himself up to repining, his affectionfor its special brand of cognac. "Poor little :
was going and that was all that
away Amy, but a new affection had
but would bide his time. sprung j t
admirers was instantaneous. The moment girl! She loves me so, and I love ben

a man came to know her, he began he could think about. "I cannot believe that I was put in the up in his heart, and he was madly in love but I love Leoni more." And he shot t
"You will be in London the last ofMay with Leoni '
Cella. He !
taking care of his hands and looking world merely to be the shuttlecock of was one of those his eyes and gave himself up to dreams \
: said Hastings. "Well, I am who
ti a men are constituted that
after himself generally. Uncle Light- fate. I'll be my own battledoor," said so they can I of Leoni. Such beauty, such grace, and
fellow I shall be there
V lucky at love
just two
foot Myers used to say that "the colts he aloud, "and knock myself into a posi- women at the same time, but '' a depth of love for him that Amy could t
that time; and you must depend on me not alike. John in 1 1I
was more love
who trotted around Helen Knowlton tion by her side. per- not know. "I believe she would kOi
to show you the sights. London is:: an haps I should say more wildly in love i 1
F' the best groomed in the who between c3
were youngsters one came us.
old story to me; but to visit the old CHAPTER with Leoni than he with any
t tt was Amy. Her 1
city; and so they were.When XILHY see her soft eyes grow hard and flash *
in such will
scenes delightful dark Italian fascinated
I, Rush inquired at her door if : DONT eyes him, and if she heard of a rival Women art t
make them fresh
Miss Knowlton in he in such again. i learn there was something .in his nature that the
was was a strange creatures they never blame :
"What's that rascal? asked ;
,you young ; WHY I ?" enjoyed loving a woman who was before
I It t' state of nervous excitement that his voice Uncle Lightfoot from the other side of I asked the public. He liked to sit in the theatre man; but Heaven help the woman if th# ;

sounded unnatural to him. She was in, I hold of her 'She led him off the1 :
1 get ,
,.t the room; "going to be in London with and say to himself as she came tripping
rt and he ushered into the : one
was drawingroom Helen? Going to witness anew American down the "That is the say. Ah,if they only knew how willing
stage, girl I love '
i where she sat with Aunt Rebecca I ;:. a day. "It ; I he was to be led!"
the British? Well
victory over you area
and Uncle Lightfoot Myers. They all would be a good you clap hands and shout : aa
s lucky dog. When do you sail?" f I may your John's reveries were brought to

r seemed pleased to see him,and for while "On the 3d; in the Germanic" was the thing for you in yourselves hoarse, gentlemen, but she end by the entrance of CoL Morttoaj r{

he felt supremely happy. Uncle Light- reply. your profession doesn't care a button for one of you. I who came in with some certificates* t

foot and Aunt Rebecca fell to chatting I should think, am the man of her choice!I" stock for him to sign of the
; "Well, upon my word! Is this a prearranged as secretary l
i about a proposed trip to Europe, while affair?" exclaimed Uncle Light- and you know Now, Rush, on the contrary, was not company. Ho had just got hold of t

i '' Helen devoted herself to Rush. He made foot winking at Aunt Rebecca. Latin so well it at all attracted by the professional life guileless merchant from a distant N i

his apologies for the episode of the mask would not be of the woman he loved. He couldn't England town and to &**
:, "That is our day and steamer, said was going t
!,V ed ball and she readily forgave him. Helen. "How fortunate we are!" hard to learn. 1 bear the idea of her being a "public him ten beautifully engraved certificate

:t Then she asked him why he had not been "I am the fortunate one," replied Has- might often want to say something to character"-one whom every one felt at of stock in the Mutual Dividend Minis*

to see her and she was evidently so unconscious tings. "I begin to think that I must have yoa. too, that I didn't" want every one liberty to speak of with perfect free- company for ten one-thousand-do

of having given him cause for else to understand, she added, smil- dom, and whoso
been born under a lucky star." photograph any man bills. John felt a slight twinge of ccft

I, offense that he began to think that perhaps Rush ground his teeth so fiercely thatit ingly. could buy. If he could have afforded it, science as he signed the certificates; t*
he had been unreasonable. As they Rush thought the idea a good one, and he would have bought
is a wonder the company did not hear I every photographof a man must have money to live

t. V talked about one thing and another Rush him. Going to cross in the steamer with the last part of the argument carried Helen that had been taken, and have "You will get twenty per cent. on th*f .

j said "By the way, this is an ani er- her! If he wasn't engaged to her now conviction with it. He determined to hidden it away where no one but he investment In six months, Mr. (.1OI1Iand .. ,

4 sary." he would be by the time they reached learn at once, and in thinking about a could see it. He could hardly.keep his twenty in six months more," J *

"Of what inquired Helen. Liverpool for the man who cannot teacher he remembered Leoni and her hands off a man, he met in a Nassau
family. There was the ex-cannon ball could hear Cot Mortimer tell his vi4
: "Strange that you should not guess, make on ocean the turning point street shop one day. The man was making .
answered Rush. voyage tosser-not an unintelligent man-with collection as he bowed him to the front
; "Twenty-one years ago in his courtship does not know how to a of stage favorites, and ,
f to-night I was born.** And he drew him his What the time hanging heavy on his hinds He he had a lot of Helen's photographsspread "Forty per cent. is better than lets iC,.
use opportunities. was
: self up to the full dignity of his years."WhatT use of working against fate? The would make a capital teacher. At any out on the counter before him your money lie idle. You may consiajjt

,i said Helen laughing; "are made clear for West way rate, he could go-over to the little apartment These he picked and'criticised in turn. yourself fortunate in having gotanJjMthis
was Hastings
k ; you only 21? Why, you are a mere while he had nothing on his side but a; and make suggestion. He owed He didn't mean to say anything out of stock.. L don't like to see it get.

boy!* And she. seemed so much amused - -- Ae Callas a visit. :They had been very the way, but Rushjwondered when _he out of_m,.own hands but I haveavers.r. '




... I
... -
f. 5lf feeling towards you, and am he was-doing- at 1 I "You know I am -going away, and we to parry this remark, servant at- the :i -Rush-- and The detectives vbited all tho

A ? after all, that you havo those cerpao i .., the Cellas'. Be-. : are so soon forgotten when we are gone." : door announced Miss Sandford, and in a mediums, astrologers and fortune tellersin

:: "And 1 these greenbacks fore he answered It was all that Rush could do to keep :moment Aunt Rebecca was with them. New York in the course of a fortnight.

f;i tificateL"i' have added, as the door swung John asked from seizing the hands that were so near She had come to take Helen home; so They held conversations with the spiritsof

. he might its well oiled hinges Rush what he his face and kissing them with protesta the pleasant evening was done. Rush departed friends;had their horoscopescast

1 t *0CoL Mortimer returned to his desk, I i was doing there. tions of the love that was burning so had to go down to The Dawn office, and and their fortunes told. The detective

t Staking nine of the bills, rolled them (I "I have known hotly in his heart. Instead of that, he 'Archie walked as far as Canal street palmed himself off as a medium,and

r IDand placed them side by side in his j them for some time, and was arranging clasped his hands behind him and an- ;;. with him, and aired his opinion of exhibited so thorough an acquaintancewith

II" wallet. The tenth he took in '! to take Italian lessons," answered Rush. swered, with mock seriousness: O'Hara. the slang of the profession that

Ii 4 handed to John. i I "1. too, have known them for sometime "I need no flower to remind me of you, "You needn't tell me that that banged Rush had a suspicion he must have prac-

. d'1'bere you lucky dog, that Is your I and was arranging to take Italian Miss Knowlton. Your absence will be, haired Buddhist has any right in decent ticed its arts some time in hb life.

.. of 'the day's receipts. I take as ,, lessons. ,There is nothing like a pretty felt in the very air we breathe. The society," said Archie. One day Martin received a letter fromthen

shy ueb myself l ; the rest goes for office ex- I I i! woman to teach a fellow a language. I birds will chirp:'She is gone!' from tho I "I don't believe in him at all," an- informant in the west telling them

1 m John was fool enough to believe can learn more Italian from Leoni's tree tops, and the stars will write it in swered Rush; "and I shall take pains to that he had heard of Costello being at a

R 1 &?or, with all his worldly minded- I i! than from a dozen text books" John eyes replied the sky at night. inform myself on the subject. As a certain medium's on East Fourth street,

t he was: very credulous. lIe thanked :{,i lightly. "Mr. Hurlstone, you are chaffing me; 'friend of Miss Archer's, I believe it to bemy and advising them to watch the place
. Des! and and I don't like to be chaffed. I duty. I don't like to see a
!fortimer, folded the bill neatly put : Rush tried to press the matter, but hbi thoughtthat man with the greatest vigilance. After this
t in bis waistcoat pocket. There it be- i i brother answered him with chaff. you would be a little sorry that I Whom I suspect on such terms with a letter of information Martin and Rush _

it-, burning a hole at once. : "When are you to marry Amy Bayliss, was going away," replied Helen. 'young lady whom I admire and who I walked over to East Fourth street,whereon

r -How long before you're going uptown ; John" ached Rush. "A little sorry! If you only knew believe is "as unsuspicious as she is pure the front door post of No. they

t colonel he asked. I An expression of annoyan passedover what your absence means to me. you and good. found this legend painted in white letterson

1 Jot for some time yet. I have some I John's face, but he replied, amiably would" His voice shook perceptiblyand Arcliie listened to these words of his a black square of tin:

* I a&tenoi importance to look over be- enough: Helen looked quickly at him. Fearing friend with varied emotions. He shared ... .... .. .. .... ....- .........................
I that ho had too far he his sentiments towards O'Hara but he
added ,
gone ;
"Some time in the fall I MADAME
fore believe. : FA.' -Y. COUNTESS DE PARIS :
). Ip"I I "I thought it was to have been in "I shall never leave the foreign editor's thought that he detected something more .
I'll'' room but will haunt his desk and than ordinary friendship in his solicitudefor CLAIRVOYANT AND BEAUXQ MEDIC;
t errand or two on my way up. j;i June" said Rush. night
* I an you at the club this evening." i,[ "Something said about June, but day seeking for early news from Drury Bessie; and his manner was a little : CNEQCAIXD SPIRIT CCIOS:;
1 his desk and throwing a light > '' Lane." cool when he said good night to him in
Closing I; Amy thought we that had better wait, : CXITES THE SEPARATED
4 raring topcoat over I hb arm, he put his :, replied John, carelessly, beginning to "Now you are joking again; but I believe front of the Brandreth house. Rush .
* rakishly on his head and stepped dress for dinner. ycu will miss me. We have had quickened his pace and made good timeto : FRONT PARLOR; DJULYMartin

4 bat the office and down the I times The Dawn office. The night doorman .. .... .. ....... ... .. .... ...............
lightly out of I "Delays are dangerous, John" some pleasant together, :Mr. Hurl-
* stairsa into the street. There he hailed a i "And haste is often fatal." stone, and although I have only known told him that Mr. Musgrave had asked found the janitress, and at
I for him; so Rush went direct to the cityeditor's secured the back of this mis-
passing cab and springing in gave the I| After a pause Rush resumed: "I you a few short months you are like once parlor
jr order"To Tiffany's," and settled himself thought you told me you did not know an old friend, or perhaps I should say an room. erable tenement, which was connected by
* back on the seat to think what he should i i( Leoni, John?"' old young friend. You seem to like me "Ah, here you are, Mr, Hurlstone," folding doors with Mme. Fanny's- front

t baT. He would get something for Leoni : "Did I? Then I suppose I didn't whenI for myself and not for my profession.With said the city editor, looking up from his parlor. The two men had got themselves

m for IOTe's sake and something for Amy I told you. One makes acquaintanceson most people I feel that it is Helen schedule. "In one moment, please. I up to look like very disreputable fellows

:* B for the sake of pity. Poor Amy I lIe short notice in the city. Nice little Knowlton, the prima donna, rather than i have a matter of importance I want to -Rush like a Bowery boy and Martin

a would get her something very nice. The i iW thing, isn't she? The mother is a dear Helen Knowlton, the woman, whom speak with you about. After he had like a Spiritualist. The tatters pale face

cab drew up at the famous jeweler's and I old body. I quite like the athlete, too. they care for. Am I not right? If I had jchecked off a few names on his sched- and inky beard, and the peculiar expression : -

1 John entered the place with tho air of a It is he I go to see, you know: ho is very nothing to do with the stage I really '[ule and called few orders up to thecompoiiitors'room of his eyes, helped him to carry out
bank present He went direct to the fond of me." think that you would like me better." ; through the speakingtube this disguise; and he parted hb rather

I diamond counter and asked the obliging There in "That would be impossible Miss ,, he invited Rush to come inside the long hair in the middle, and wore a coat
I was no use trying to seri-
J salesman to let him see some solitaire ously with John. He never for Knowlton," replied Rush. iron railing, and then he told him what with a cape, and a big soft black hat.
a mo- he wanted. It was very nice bit cf detective Rush could hardly contain himself whenhe
r rings. After looking over dozens of! ment allowed himself to be concerned, "Still chaffing! I thought better of

I them of all sizes and all prices, he selected I and, as Rush was going to dine at the you. Give me your arm; let us go to work. A popular actress, Rose talked" to the mediums about the "con-

JI ) a small white stone for which he I Archers' with Helen and Archie Tilling- the drawing room. 1 see they have all Effington, had died some two years be- trol, fell into apparent trances and

a paid three hundred dollars, throwing his I liast, he had to leave without accom- left the conservatory. I want you to fore, and there WAS a great deal of mys- spouted the greatest lot of rubbish, all of

;J thousand dollar bill carelessly on the I plishing his object, which was to take be my guardian angel this evening and tery surrounding her death. She had which was listened to with delighted .

. counter This was for Leoni; but she John to task for forgetfulness of his vow keep me out of the clutches of that man fallen from her high position on the ears, particularly by the novices. The

'.J must not tell who gave it to her yet to Amy. O'Hara. I cannot endure him. He stage, and, it was said, all through the old hands knew it was only acting, justas

d awhile. How they would enjoy the secret The dinner at the Archers' was de looks like a Russian Nihilist and smells fascinations of a man about whom very their "trances" were acting.In .

J together lightful. Mr. Archer was famous for like an Irish stew. He wants to paint few knew anything, and about whom their back parlor Martin and Rush

. "Can I show you anything else?*' askedthe his cook, and there was no better house- my portrait for the spring exhibition. those who did had nothing good to say. spent many long hours, the former be-
salesman. keeper in New York than Mrs. Archer. Shall I let him?" At the time of her death he disappearedand guiling the time by telling thrilling stories
1 "Let him? I should not. Does he had not been heard of since. of his detective work. He had had
"Yes, if you be so kind. I want Rush took Helen out to dinner, Archie say
1 to send a present to a lady in the country took Mrs. Pryor-tho woman with whom think the young ladies of New York have "Now it seems," said Musgrave, "that some wonderful adventures, and he
ie to do but to sit to him? The there is 'a the of Johnson sometimes named names when he was
-tOme little trifle. I don't know ladies' Bessie visited the mediums and the nothing party by name -
.2 tastes> very well. What would you sug- Buddhists, and whom he detested-and minute he sees a pretty face he ask3 its ,' a prosperous wine merchant, who telling them, names that were well
JI to let him her I entertained tender for Rose known in New York, but about which
grstr Bessie went out on the arm of Dionysius owner paint portrait. a passion ,
14 -Really,sir, I can hardly say; you have I O'Hara, an Irish artist, with some talent like his conceit, indeed!" and would have married her if the other few people knew that there were any

down such excellent taste in the selcei -, but more pretensions, who sat at the feet "Thank you for the implied compli- man had not cut him out. This Johnson suspicious circumstances.Rush .

: lion of that ring that I think tho lady : of the Parapoff and smoked bad cigars. : ment; but you need not get so excited; I believes that Rose was murdered, and he and Martin visited "Madame

71 wd fare very well at your hands. But, !i ia O'Hara seemed a clever fellow at first haven't the slightest idea of allowing Mr. has spent the last two years in trying to Fanny, Countesse de Paris," one day to

u yea: ask me,what do you say to a fan? j i sight, and it took you some time to find O'Hara any such privilege." discover her murderer. He has procured bet a look at her room and see how the

-I handsome hand painted fan? We I Iaaifioe. 1nl I out that he was telling you how clever he "I am glad to have your assurance in strong evidence against a man who, he communicating door was fastened. It

love some beauties selling at a great I was, rather than proving it. He affected the matter; otherwise I should have my suspects, was the favored lover, and he was not a very secure fastening-a bit of

some eccentricity in dress, combed his fears.. for O'Hara. -seems. to have. irresistible has brought his clews to me, and wants string: tied around the two handles. A
i+ Capitair said John. "The summer black hair straight forward from the attractions. The fact that he was The Dawn to work them up. Now, I sharp knife dexterously thrust throughthe

11 ii coming on,and a lady is never without middle of his head to his eyebrows, able to get three of the belles of New propose to have you do the workyouand crack would easily cut the string,
to fan." York society to pose to him as the three Martin, the detective. You are the
brushed the ends of his mustache out and the ill hung doors would roll open of
:& &>they walked over to tho fan counter Graces shows his power." only man on the paper who is not knownto their
straight from hb thin lip, and, partinghis their own weight. On the day of
:h sal John bought pearl handled, feather beard from the middle, brushed that "You are not a woman, Mr. Hurlstone, the police and to other reporters. We visit to the "countess," Martin introduced
ai teamed hand would understand how hard it is want to do this and
painted absurdity for or you thing quietly, we Rush who had
up, too, from either side of the part. as a young man
j. $300 sit{ was one of the great "sacrifices") His eyes were a pale blue, and the pupil to resist a request put in so complimentary want it well done. Here is an opportunity been robbed of his watch in tho Bowery.It .

It'and sent it off with the most affectionate expanded and contracted like a cat's as a form. Could you refuse if Mr. to distinguish yourself. If you was a valuable one, and he hoped she
U fcrlenoto to Amy. he talked. O'Hara asked you to sit to him for make a good story it may be the turn- would be able to tell him where to find
Z It was her wedding Apollo? I'm sure you couldn't." ing point in your journalistic career.I .
present, every one Altogether, ho was an odd looking fel it. As an inspiration to her trance,
m hFannsted said for knew "That might be a temptation," said will send your salary to your lodg- ,
; they
a I Iu low, and if he had not been so absurdly Mme. Fanny demanded a fee of one
raiding day had been named, and John conceited would havo been rather inter- Rush, smiling, "but if it came from ings every week, as this may take dollar in advance; and then, taking her

II certainly: could not send her anything esting. His pictures were of the impres- O'Hara I should be able withstand it." some time; and any money you seat in a shabby stuffed chair, she closed

landioner. Amy knew better but she i sionist type, and, although his portraits "There he comes now, with Bessie on want for the search draw upon her eyes and waited for the trance.

ut W'U delighted with tho gift, and, kissing I could hardly be called likenesses, they his arm. Let us get over to that far cor- me for, and when you havo anything of The men seated themselves on an

st the feather tips, she put it back in itsKfia were fashionable, and O'Hara was quite ner before they see us," said Helen. But importance to communicate drop me a equally shabby sofa, and Rush watched

- box and laid it away in her bureau sought after in society-that is, by the she was too late; O'Hara and Bessie bore line and mark the envelope personal. the medium as she lay back with her

&I fearer with the tortoise shell boxes and : women. The men could not stand his down upon them and there was no escape -I Martin will call at your lodgings tomorrow I eyes closed. She was thin and pale, with

J d other expensive knickknacks that John I affectations and conceit, but the women morning at 11 o'clock, and you can sharp features and hair that had been
hi ad sent her "Helen dear,"said Bessie, "Mr. O'Hara arrange a plan of action together. Keepa I
said, "Mr. O'Hara is so clever You touched up with dye and that was still
a After John had sent the fan to Amy, I know he is a Buddhist-eats nothing but is so anxious to paint you in your 'Helenof sharp eye and a stiff upper lip, and in curl papers. She wore a soiled wrapper
11 he sat down at his writing desk and vegetables. You could not induce him Troy' costume. He has asked me to good luck to you. Good night, Mr. Hurl- and the slippers on her feet had evidently
d me a most impassioned letter to Lei I intercede for him.V on't you sit to stone. Well, what is it, Grady?" to a better Mme.
to touch meat; it is against his religious seen days. Fanny
:::1 =,telling her how ho loved her, and I principles." Mrs. Pryor was intimate him? He would make a delightful pic- reporter standing outside the railing. herself looked as if she might have once

T j*fc sent the ring in proof of his with O'Hara. lie fond of ture." "Have you any more facts about the been pretty. That she thought something -
h4 K but, ho in-I was very : "Ho could not help it with such a sit- sinking of tho Jaybird?"
my darling, \ painting her portrait, and she was very of her appearance was seen by the
"' "w-w this ter, said O'Hara slowly distending Rush was rather pleased with the idea
7 where
it won't be
seen for fond of sitting to him. "Such an intellectual attempt to take care of her hands. Her
u at her. of a still hunt after a murderer. He remembered -
present Cruel eyes
circumstances pre-I man, dear! she said to Bes nails were not over clean, but they were
IS pt ay coming out boldly and sie. "You should my hear him read poetry! : "Mr. O'Hara is very" kind and more : having seen Rose Effington in long and carefully trimmed, and her fin-
11 'ta&I love than complimentary, answered Helen, Boston when he was a student at Harvard -
my before all the world but thin well shaped.By .
; I And he writes poetry, too. Pure inspi- gers though were
11 Te faith in : "but I am too busy a woman to sit for and that added interest to the
me, darling, as I have in I ration. He he never made a rhymein the time Rush had made this
. says I search. If he had known
Don't portrait. only
even tell your good father his life but he take my mental inventory of her personal charms
by trying can
I ; up
mother "Were you not quite as busy when he knew later, his interest would have
too much; though you may' a pen and in a sort of trance write verses Fanny heaved a deep sigh and her lips
1t- them allowed Fessenden the privilege? been still keener.
of you
my honorable intentions. that are simply wonderful I only hope moved. "Me see watch-pretty watcbticktickytickgold -
111 liu. you do not know what it b to i that see him in a trance some said O'Hara, with a smile, but in an un- I watch."
you may
!io creature of fate! I must wait qui- ,, day; when controlled by the spirit of mistakable" tone. "Yes," said Rush, "gold watch and
C 1 fora while but I can go on loving : "Yes, answered Helen, with an \-.. eleven chain-watch with gold face, and fob
;1t OQ&nd I I poetry. equally unmistakable manner; "I fancy : 'I "
trusting in your lovo for me, I It was Mrs. Pryor who introduced 1, fll.t:.. -.BY chain.
: ; 'wth.! as I am; and you may believe O'Hara into the Archer household. He I was; but one can always find time to h a r p "Such a pretty watch! Numbers in

as 'l J..come what may, I am and always knew enough not to have any of his give to one's friends, and Mr." Fessenden '!4i,' ta.J..lI I, [ next gold, too," she continued, not noticingthe
he is old and valued friend. Then to ''I(
ni your own John." trances before Mr. Archer, but he an I" : interruption. "Pretty chain! I see
:at !1 iU nd the ring he dispatched by hb watched his opportunity to have one be- Bessie, "Mr. Hurlstone and I were just I m.s: Martin ;, pretty things hanging on chain. Oh,

JI 11'alet.. The letter puzzled Leoni a fore Bessie. Mr Archer thought he wasa going over to that pretty corner of your i!h..4 i ii the detective ar1 naughty man he take '00 watch. There

.il'., bIt the symbol of the ring de- rather clever man. He had heard a drawing room to examine that new bit I rived at Rush's ho run fast to shop. Three balls hangingout

.. her, and, as she was an Italian, good deal about his pictures, but had of Japanese bronze." And she movedoff lodgings. His ap- in front Old man with big nose.
"jstery in love in the opposite direction with Rush."I He watch. Then, shuddering from
V.. affairs is not alto- : never seen them, and he took their merit got
JVbt anown don't think O'Hara will ask you Pried head to foot, Mme. Fanny opened her
in Italy, she quietly : for granted. Archie did not like the ,
the rin Inside again to sit to him. The cadi I wantedto had expected and looked around her. "Did
dm s on the of a bit of : Irishman any better than he liked his pictures eyes you
6 : ihe wore around her neck. There 'I and he owed Mrs. Pryor a grudge choke him, said Rush."Don't ,I I' see a ferret eyed, get the desired information?" she asked.

IS,: .h70cealed, but her heart beat high for bringing him to the Archers'. ',f you believe it; he is not so. easily I ill dressed man, "Yes," replied Rush; "a little lisping

c.' joy whenever the sharp stone Rush was so delighted at having Helen crushed. But he will never accom- with short cut child told us that the watch was a gold

her delicate throat by his side that every one at the table plish his object""Charming side whiskers and watch; that I had been robbed of it and

1 dined as usual at the club that seemed pleasant to him. Bessie noticed the person Miss Knowlton is," '1 shorter h a i raveritable that the thief had taken it to a pawn
said O'Hara to Bessie but to himself he gyp. "
i, ta Mortimer ; Sergt. broker's.
and two or three unusual brightness of his manner,and BO I
d Rmblera said, "The prig! I owe her one for that Bucket; instead "The 'control' b little Mamie she always -
de After dinner they went did Archie; but he attributed it all to Bes I! ;
h S table, where John lost hbcjjrti.1 sie. Rush was in fine spirits, and kept snub. of which he sawa I tells these things correctly. If you
$300. When he went to bed the table on a roar by the sharpness of "Indeed she is charming, answered :, tall, slim man, with a delicate, foreign ; search the pawnshops you will find your

*- r* *"9 cursed the expense of liv- '; his wit and his fund of good short stories. Bessie; "but she is very set in her ways, ', looking face, finely cut features, pale watch. Rush thanked her for her

fck lN** York, and determined to : "Tho man who confines himself to short and she will make up her mind to a' complexion,curling black hair,,well kept information and the two men retired to

the colonel raise hb salary. I stories is the man for a dinner party; but thing without" any apparent reason and : beard and mustache,and largo eyes with their room.

heaven defend us from the long winded .stick to it. ''1 drooping lids-altogether a well dressed, "Did you ever hear such a pack of lies
it CHAPTER XIII. diners outl" Such were Mr. Archer's The Japanese bronze furnished Helen fine looking fellow. Rush could hardly ,, in your life?' said Rush, as the door

r usn I sentiments; and he determined to invite and Rush with a subject of interesting believe that he was the detective, but closed behind them.

. 1I did not Hurlstone again, and before long. conversation. She admired the patience soon found out that he was, and they + "Hush you will be heard," answeredthe
Notwithstanding Archie's depression 'and the devotion the Japanese display in began at once to plan out a course of detective. "Yes of course I have,
all this 0 w ,: the dinner was poor a pleasant one. accomplishing an end, even if that end action. Martin had never seen the alleged often, from the same class of people."

but he, From, the dinner table they strolled be only the adjusting of the scales of a murderer of Rose Effington, but "And to think that they can get any
'bronze serpent. had careful of him. knew to believe in them
and Helen a description person
had his through the conservatory,
1' -f in front of : "I am glad that you admire patience that his name was Costello, and that ho "I am not surprised that they can
who had Rush's arm, stopped |I
* auspioions .
4 : II ,, and devotion said Rush.
over whose was mixed up with mediums and free- dupe the lower classes-the poor igno-
a box of forget-me-nots, .
the moon was "And why, pray?" thinkers. This was clew enough for rant creatures that infest this neighborhood -
uuIty and delicate blossoms
ing its silver light. "Let me SPread-I' "On general principles-they are such him. The man who had given him this ; but they succeed in getting a'Prosumablv -
she said admirable qualities; but they are not always information had been called out west on ; respectable,intelligent lot of pa-
r he found John at one of these flowers, picking a "
in his button hole, I. appreciated. business, but wrote that he hoped to re-
fastening!it j
his andMo. bunch and Continued 6.TIiF. .
rooms on Page
"While Helen
..14what I I _was ondering just bow turn in tima to tekejx hand in the hunt (






". THE: FLORIDA STAR. Melbourne. | beat,. TIle salt air induces ''I rendered in the performance of the duties -r An act to establish a criminal .

t, petites for such delicacies. I of their offices. of record in the county of Pm.80*
s Charlie Watson and Mr. John L. How- t I An act to further define the duties ofi I the State of Florida. tAn

PUBLISHED EVERY THUP D.tY. ard, agent of the Clyde Line. were in'!i amusement.Fishing: from Master the railroad Don : i I the comptroller and the clerks of the circuit I act providing for the
: ] O1ntfu
ELLIS B. WAGER E itor and PnWisler. town last week. We see the Clyde Line youngest person here, L* high J Ji | courts in this State. ,I wills before the same are probated.
have decided withdraw their er'iceto
to i having hooked several bas but '1 An act to define and establish the rules j i :An: act to amend section 5

... s. $1.:>0 per Annum.Entered Fernandina. I j I in weight than himself. j jj | of practice and pleading In civil suits j I i 1470, laws of Florida. '

Add Morrison took a trip up river las j ji !! and proceedings in courts of county j, An act to amend an act caul fled.
j Mr. Samuel R. Usher, of in this State and to regulate their act to provide for the .
at the Fo!t Ojjfee at Titunill as i week on business I Mr. I! judges reorganizatIo.
companied by Edgerton, '
: the city of Fernandina. tAn
Second-Clat Matter. D. W. McQnaig was gone all last week'! City, Mo., hare been looking ; fees.Memorial to Congress asking for anappropriation : act to establish a criminal
s, looking after some cattle he has in an- : provements at Melbourne com*
establish beacon liaht record in the of Lake.
to a ; county
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor other county. "We' hear that he and his pressed thernelve* highly ':\ !i!
J Fla. An act for the relief of
mouth of the Manatee River
at the :\. C. Pr
situation and healthful
Brevard .
county. wife will start this week to spend the 10B*
f f r Memorial to Congress asking for the I Jr.. of Penacola.:
summer in Georgia. !i On the shell-mound of Major t, establishment of a weekly mail route An act prescribing the jurisdictioa '
The Star has the Largest circulation
of any paper on the East coast of Fla. The S. V. White came down on Friday :, be.o.eenorne elegant clusters of ]! from Blue Springs, Manatee county. to !J duties of county judges. *
; ,x.: 11+, \i morning with freight. ish bayonet in full bloom. .\ jj j I Black Dirt, Levy county, via Parkers ii j An act to provide for the remora!
,I j water-bucket or pail would all obstructions r
'" ,.i. A 4 :ABE Hone inch in space 24 squarest The St. Lucie has been receive of them. '!i i i burg. Marion county. ;j to navigation in an
aground at enough to }
; one E
i B, make a column. Cmrtnenearh the whole of lat week. 1! An act to provide for the payment of the navigable waters of this Stat
;. We wondered last week if the poll-tax as a prerequisitefor to prevent such ob-tructions in
d Forj lvertising r.ltesenqnire of the Editor We bear she of'on : a capitation I futurt
always enclosing a two cent stamp. !1 was gotten Sunday from the north were not ,,' I I I voting, and prescribing: the duties of An act in relation to the land
The Cleo has been mail
the in
carrying blizzard there. That was tax collectors and supervisors of regis- I the Florida Coast Line Canal an T
A School Entertainment. .. place of the St. Lucie but carries no of the heavy damaging frost of : ) tration in relation thereto. portation Company and g
; < freigbt.e failed usual f prescribini *
i ; even to get our i The picnic of the Sunday '! An act to incorporate the ladies vil- duties of the trustees of the internal,;,
Last Wagers Hall Saturday beef. The Georgiana arrived ,
Thursday evening from ecent'n ( Indian River will be held at j' lage improvement association of Green provement fund of the State of FIe=c
; 7 was crowded with the happy parents of ':; ceeded Jupiter immediately Saturday Titusville r and with pro- : bourne on Wednesday of this \ j I Cove Spring. Fla. in relation thereto the right of sei:

the children of our Titusville school. citizens are rarely behind in j! Memorial to Congress asking for an I ment therein and the specifications
i freight, and also to bring down a load of
eager to listen to the different parts the ; freight for the lower river. : any cood work. Mes.r Guy appropriation for the improvement and the construction of its waterway, 1:1d .
\: F. Gibbs and E. P. Pranch. I
t we deepening of the channel Mosquito time of its completion from St. :
: 4 scholars were to tate and see who received ; Mr. J. H. Phillips had a slight attack i j acreetl to furnish lumber for Inlet, and to declare New Smyrna. Fla.. tine to Biscayne Bay. e

the handsome prizes awarded for : of sickness but we see he is able to be I!! etc., to clear up the ground I lying near thereto_ _, to be_a port of entry.! An_act fixing! _the time of hold initl' ,
distinguished efforts in study. Before :; around again. as-i t. Parties from ) ,' i An act to provide tor the speeuy sale 01 I circuit court in the countiesof Hamfi

presenting the programme to the reader : Messrs Cha*. J. and W. M. Campbell conveyed Peep and Mr.I IY )W.Ir. J.J.Nesbit II. Phillip stt j perishable property when levied upon r i Suwannee. Columbia and Lafajettts

it might be well to state that the school'r have returned from a trip to the latter': .' Fairy. We believe Mr. underexecution.An the third judicial circuit. I
!i i act to amend section 2 of an act An act to establish the :
| place at Micco. j; will also be pressed into service municipal
enrollment 40
term opened entitled "an for the and of West for its
\Ve act incorporation Key provide governor:
F, j pupils and closed with 101 on the list. A substantial Sedge,, wire fence hope tne day will be. ple The:: regulation: of building and loan association and prescribe its jurisdiction and pore
picnic a perfect succe**
The school is graded into three departments has been built around Miss H. Allen's > parties we can induce to come. :*." approved May 31. 1SS7. An act to provide for levies upon u:!

1 viz: the primary, intermediate !I place adding greatly to its appearance as will be for the community, it An act to change the time of holding j sale of stock in corporations. i
; well as making: more privacy i j municipal elections in the incorporated } An act declaring the town of \fiii!
of the intermediate
e- and academic. All pupils Mr. Stewart. we hear. ha his sodaj; town of Leesburg, Lake county. Fla. wood, in the county of Sumter: alegj I .!!

Tl and academic grade are required fountain again in rennin; order. and i t tt : Mr. Gaulden Memorial to Congress asking an appropriation incorporated town. \

a to stand written examinations monthly, t lovers of flavored nothingness can once! To the Editor the Florida to dredge the bar and deepenthe An act to incorporate the Marx;,'
; and at the end of the term. No pupil more gratify their tastes with soda al'l ;' channel at the mouth. of Manatee River Railway and Navigation CompuyiAn
as the last of May at the north. I DEAR SIR-In your \' River Fla. act declaring the taking andalrying
is allowed to advance grade until he .
bearing date June '3th, 1S89, An act to establish a criminal court of away of farm, garden or orda I
can pass SO per cent. towards a perfect : Mr. Gibk'arden is progresintr f rely. :; the following very personal and record in the county of Marion.An Product, without the consent of :::{

examination, which would be 100 per Between the rows of tomatoes. still bearj j usual advertisement, to -Wit : act to amend section 6, chapter owner or manager, larceny. it

cent. ing, were planted, last week turnips i ''To the Great 2.760., laws of Florida and to add a new Memorial to Congress for an inch I
rutabagas, peas bean and radishes Crop If you have saved the people section to said act. of mail service between Punta Got i

t It would not be just for us to particu- follows crop in rapid succession, *o one : and Dade counties so many An act to amend an act entitled "an t t j I DeSoto county. and Fort Myers, in L

larize the following programme, for every is ready to begin its yield as soon as the i I! dollars and propose to save to incorporate the St. Johns River, j county, Fla.Memorial. I
well rendered the other i is through. many more--NVhy We Lake Weir
f part was ; essay and Gulf Railway Company. to the Congress of the tTDiIt:
R showed that thought and care had been j The Coquette met with a little mishap : did your Mr D. L. Gaulden c An act to amend section 4, of chapter |! States requesting that the cityof Paki
and begged-yes, we say be 3,6S1. laws of Florida.An I be made and declared
them and the recitation dialogues near Georgiana last week. We are told a port of enuy.
given ,
that her Pn tern captain started to reef 1!solidate lumber yard* so as to act to make receipts of the receiver I An act to organize a county court::
and singing showed study and the starboard shrouds with such extraordinary price of lumber $l.O per the r nited States land office prima and: for the county of Brevard, tops

pray agility that he didn't even get the (: the people thltou *<) dearly facia evidence in action of ejectment and I scribe its jurisdiction and powers.. tope

.t PROGRAMME. i s II le* of hi* shoe wet..ell done. Capt. \' we bitterly refused for we care the effect thereof.An vide for the appointment of prosecoth

j Taylor came down in her Thursday i much of our customers and act imposing::: a license-tax on nonresidents attorney and for the compensation i C
Song, "Swinging in the Hammock.: night and Friday the 3Iyrtl i Cottage 1 stand by them as they have i of this State fishing within the the judge of said court.

c.t I Recitation. "The Pride of Battery." party took leave of Melbourne Beach, for by us, and think $-300 inve*: of said State. An act to amend section 1 of cBapti

Ethel I'umpb.Essay fora season with regret. Mrs. tiliG ha= ber instead of rewards would An act to amend an act relating toproceedin 3 o> of the laws of Florida entitled:

.'.Schoolgirl: Ancient and Modern." 'been much benefited by herit! --and ':i people more than they now. :ee.; before justices of the peace. act to incorporate an institution of lea::
Lena Norwood. i will return to Myrtle Cottage in a short :, fully, Oliver & Budge.: I judgments of justices courts, beingchapter in= at DeLand. Fla., under the name i i
time. I j I The above is so personal: 2040. acts of l>;.j. DeLand L'niversity.:' in such a man*

Dialogue, "Xtw Phase of Old Friend ." ., l misleading! that justice to An act requiring county commi* ion- as to change the name of said uniyersl:

Recitation, "Hin_: in= of the Curfew.' bon Mr.visit Joeph Chae has been on another j minds! that I make this public to enlarge justices of the peace dis I to John B. Stetson University.
Welaka.. He !
> t t Carrie: Gruber. return on 5audIlast.. was expected to I tion and answer the Why ? and in certain cases. i An act to amend an act to incorpon

I'1 ** '-Kentucky Belle." j in the above advertisement. Memorial to Congress asking for a mail the SL Johns River conference college.

DeCantlion l.(:malji. ;, Capt. W. \. B.iugh was an ever-releome !| I had been informed that Jle : from Madison, in Madison county, Memorial to the postmaster-general i

:! visitor lat week. He report, no i:. *IIUitt j[i er & Budge intended to carry : ] I Horse :Shoe bay.. in Lafayette county. the United State asking for the fstt'
Dialogue. .ConfeN-in their fault: : at the Narrows lIe say* hammock Florida rough lumber and that ,} lishment of a mail route from St. Mi:
Lena Gardner and Gee. Branning i is freer from them now than at any time in 'I tended to ell it at about cast An act describing the mode of proce- to Teresa

'P, Recitation, "Boy Bttlv."" Lizzie English.Essay I!! the 1 twelve month Owinz to ihe ((.'011 pose; of driving T. Hatchett:& service'I for the exercise of the powers of Senate joint resolution No. 18tos

Know something; Be something: : weather lat winter hl;; bananas are late in I the lumber business so they c( domain by cities and towns. thorize the comptroller to cancel certii:

and Do something; in the world: i jr. but the will! come all the ame. t opolize the trade. I went to ) Senate joint resolution No. 15. in re- tax sale certificates.

lec. Brauning.Song.4 :6rin.min i r :I. 1r. Ely. who has been keeping bachT I;i i and propoed to pool 1 or af to paying 3..... 5'Or.for services ren- An act to empower the Cover

k x *.\untJerushy. Cat." Marie Eacott.RecitationDutchman Bellevne Cottage for one time pa-t. I two yard*, and that instead in the taking:: of the census in ISSo.An treasurer and comptroller to boric '

g %.ldrertiseinent.. : he ha proved the truth of one Scrip-j? price below a living profit. ne act to continue the rights privil- money for State purpose

Tony Fis!' t i! tural text. t. e. "It i? not good try man toW lumber at a fair. jut l living .s and grant* of the Silver Spring, Concurrent resolution req uesting see

r. alon ." particularly when it c> :sue linK-j a -:mi'; !i'. friendly bu-ine.: t : and Gulf Railroad Company.An tors, and members of the House of Ef

3 Song, "Spanish Orange Girl"sifter .. : to :;;t meal and I did urge the proportion: act to amend an act entitled "an resentatives of Florida, in CODqresa I

the last song Mr. :en_i introduced ,i .\* an illi>tratirtn of the programs madein I ly as I could, telling him it was in establish the municipality of Jack.on"ilJt United States to urge passage ol hoc

} Col Gaulden stating: be would ; thi r'\."' ion lately, Mr. Ely called our I either of our firms to think ?. provide for its government and bill 689,.

j rj deliver the prize t.> the cholar* whoa !' attention to an article in Th BtriMtr (fR/1 drive the other out and get a cribe its jurisdiction and powers,"
t H"oipr.riT April describing; Bartlett's iof the Indian River lumber tr3 \ May 31, 1SS7.
: :
had won them. After a few complimentary bit! !I Budge admitted that I wa* An Blacksmith & Sh
{ i patent : x and says act making the certificates of the Repair 1
I remarks in regard to Titusville ; it h: been fur ale at Fee A NeeI>it's for j j Pressed a nillingno*. for bim .... of agriculture: receivable

and the prosperity of our school the !| *everal month- past. i!ij cept my proposition but said evidence.
I think his Mr. Oliver
> awards were made as follow*: j The squall ot lat Thursday, tlwutih of J tport willing. I partner asked him Memorial to Congress asking for a \"':.1:0:1orl" A Bnild; :-
to see mail from
kly route in
To Mis Lula H(.*ick. Gold Medal I duration, waaalmot c.)us1 U> the j jj and urge him to Macclenny,
j Vera Cruz ;?tle. Roofs then leaked that ; accept my pro county. to John \"ille. in same
in Prizes in I < consolidation! and '
r; prize spelling. mathematic leaked a by D\'. L'1teof Florida.
never before and thoe that had.
: intermediate grade, awarded to Mi-:* |i t then leaked dl the more; lain fell in tor- se* we could ell lumber on An act to constitute the commissioner H. C. CARTER, Prop'toiTITUSVILLE. ,

t Annie Paddison. Pierre Brannin and i i rents with state hailstone* abt>nt' .1.?. large- able term and_ fair__profits agriculture a member of the board of
1 a* back-hut. Xo treat damage wa done.;; I i I else could undersell u*. I ru t :5 of the internal improvement
Geo. It urn ph. Thee prize were nicely and half Budge asain and he lulJ FLA.
an hour later the weather wa Jei I me of the State of Florida.An .
bound volumes of well-known writer i I li htiul. No dood followed detroyinci j Oliver refused This ended the act entitled ''an act to prescribe

the titles of which we can not replied.In thousands'4 l lives and million of property ; t J. That I ever '"be;; r' Mr. i times and places for holding the cir

t} the primary department Eddie Rumph j 5ntead: the road* were far better than they solutely fae.! That I urged court in the seventh judicial cir- Wagon & Buggy Shafts on ban!!
., were before and no: a niudpud even was as a fair, friendly business i it"'
received: the price-a handsome lx*><. to be cen. A few twig* snapjied I frurn off true. That the reduction in Memorial to Congress asking: 'for the

Following thi. Prof. Sohel deliveredthe J the jiiaecviiiituted all the visible damage. j lumber i is aimed at T. Hatchett ? !. of Win. P. Head, of Hillsborouqh \1.:. wog Gt.AU:1ID.: .

certificates to tho? advancing from I The I sensible person will deny. .I \'. Fla. V
hospitable keeper of the Life Saving I That Me Oliver"
; [ .
r* Bud _An
the intermediate to the academic crade. | aioa. Mr. Joseph W. Hopkins tiring of I' > act to establish a seal for the office
i These were beautiful specimens uf Typ I ,j lonely: life reolvttl tu take unto h: mi put the price okl it of but lumber up to i the commissioner of agriculture of the. Location A: the Watei Tank on tIle Fail
i formerly for the I tate of Florida. -
graphic art filled in by the skillful hand i jWif a on Monday he *urted to i of our firm is -
: tidn; acix nipanied by Mr. 1 :":\1t. A perfectly An act entitled ''an act to establish a DEDERICK'S HAY PRESSES
of Prof. Schell him**?1f and every scholar r<)u ol Un milt up the river only trrvtrtS tu uch /XTadvertisement* of agriculture in the State of Made ot'sed. lighter,stronger cheaper.B>

felt, honored when their name wa> an- '' *.tl\'D.rth.-n; his d determiaati sari early ,.i taste no right thinking person .I and to define the }uwers and f Power.For proof everlasting onier on and trial competition to keep the dsao best**;

nouuced to come forward and the ' morning he started on the returnsirvtch >jy. of the commissioner: of agricul get anyother alongside it you can. JWIIi1"Z> MUmmimL :
; act..impanied by the lady, a Mi** j i Hatchett & Co. are here ." Al C'itr:4 ..' Bdt PrUl e.&a-
document. The name were a* follows : : LIviniton.: On their arrival at the station !I and have sold, end will An act to protect the sponge fisheries

j.i;. Misses DeCantlion Ronald Lulaloick. 1 Mer:.. Shear and Craft were de l ate,: V o | to their man.kind customer the coat of Florida and to protect

I> Lena Norwood, Ella Branning. and Gei I |>n iurv the :attendance: our ma itrate. River without reporting to e ;gathering or catching of sponges by -- STEEL
;t Mr. EhOn their arrival fling* and unkind 13b..r r-
ub tmial a either
a \ with or without: dicing' ., .
Branuing.George Rumph.Eugene Humph sa.! .
,* i npper ''t..J.. and ment* of their r.-itiun. m m ,
shortly thereafter a ; opp or armor. t aA4 "':a. p. K- CEDERlcaC Cfl:.
.. Rudinot Pritchard, Touy Fischer.Advanced ; hort but iniprev>ive ceremony made the Your respectfully An act to limit the time within which i h0. 5 5 Dedencks Works.CHICHESTER'S. ..A.LB.CIT.Lf.r'-

7 from primary to intermediate 1 twain"one.. :Alter congratulating the happy ;4 i D.L. G1 ion5 may be brought upon foreign I ENGLISH..
tc t pair me >L"Hen: akin: the beach i;, .. O-T ...
; -
f grade: Annie Paddi on. j ment. t :\, !'t ) ..
j "tym a turilt"tiiat failed to aj j>ear. though The Public .4cK. Memorial ;,, Vk' ;,. PI
Jeanette Piiddis. Ethel to Congress asking for ... .... .
u. Rumph, Katie several neat were dicx>veneu. apparently !! an ap -,--- .. .. ..,..
Ninety act were passed at : of $1UOQOO -". : :.:: : ..y. I
to dredge the \ = ::
' Pritchard, Lucy Metzger. Mabel _ti,,lire, jut made After a eood night's n>t in the i se .ion? of the Leai..!ature. The and deepen the channel at ,-.p'-7' :: -". ...... _........--.,, ..... r ,
Carrie Gruber Fannie pure *ea air the viitor departed, leaving j Applj T". t.. : :.... '- /
Gray, MarrsieMartiu. their beet wihtf with i intr seventy acts had been i_ ol:1, Fla. ..",..;;t':' '" t... rs.d OW' .
the .
'S Bessie Fca Florence Nor : newlyoonple wedded Governor Saturday I Joint resolution :- -z' .-' ;: i?:: rind 1ft.)
?;er. in their home by The =, teundinp j up to ( and memorial to the ;
jj ; 11, leaving act for ] I r of the United States s-: I : ( w 14 l'r.c:4"aa.tfl
: wood and Oscar Stewart. Carroll Branning : twenty :- asking for .r. KJM. .: j C" '
i I consideration : mail route from Portland : M. :ara 0.[;. r tsty aeafRP
;, Pierre Branniu Ilaily Nolle Pr. in Walton i ':- r 3 .-.Ieri.r. C ...-I.- .
; ,
Schofitld Ls ext>ected to ntarn ont An act entitled an act to to Boggy bayou, in the J-I-4' u.t-Grnrt.r a'01
T :gue; Norwood. Julian Wilson l I$r Monday with another party for ..:'Myrtle sons for breaking and entering; same .... ltS r ;W_.,.s-i4.-.l. .J'I'
t This concluded the entertainment and i| C'oitace.- some of whom are invalidthat I cars. An act entitled an act to declare Or- Alc.bbtUt.IlUUal Co..lIaJi-D "'"

refreshments were then served, the prteeetls '- ** l): S.wi..hf.'* to have enjoy the benefit* of An act for the relief of Ira i! ; creek, in Lee county, a navigable
*.a, etc. Tlie i f'
railway a great unience i holster of Bradford ." To Ladies Only-
; ; amounting, from refreshments and i i for f"l'Hpleb.'. are indt-p_x:? Memorial
t* act to amend an act to Congress to have
t reserved *,eats to something like $-10.WIn now to gei to the 4X--ean beach. I an ap- j: V w*mia who .u2er: .dmg!',tear vi** fl
act to amend made :
an act entitle gds
I. an to make Orange creek i f dirar.and cored bereJr 11'ou11 be ,laoS r
a few brieftw'N3 must say that >lr John Henry has cut a 1'01.1 from hi* j incorporate the Prot .:ant I from its mouth to Hendry !i lkliu of Florida sad Xaglaad knoW'fast '
Titusville is elated with the :SUCl.If i place to Mr. Hectprfs St. KilJa plantation. 1 1i Church in the diocese of I a distance of not more than ten } Ciao: t+rcttpt of an adJreMe-1 sbm t.1 toai
Mr. Shear his I* I Ij I i send a :rye tr.a1 sample of thiWJ aaoI.J
'i finished some finvitrw* of proved February 10 lS3._ and F I
uTe ,
r Pro SoLell anti hip \;ife a* tf.l Ler-. ... |J cur and Ub'h all citqauie in refs
: Co. !
lLurr'i.lace. Cyrene 4-e, guts ;; i. l -Si. Joint resolution memorializing Con- A.1d.
I Under the present term the school l ha i i its surroundingsJies j ji i An act entitled an act to for a continuation of the geological :i, S ]i1ts.lake J. a MvtUaJ IUSXEE, t7e, t

advanced wonderfully and it is uuani- r*., Chose and Craft saw a she-bear |i!; rights privilege?, power and \ -\' of the State of Florida. j I Qnof

i mou-ly with the choice of the people and two cabs on the beach the other night, of the Key of the Golf P An act relating to the. .payment of.

that the trustees have engaged their **r- i ju*: out of gun shot. Although Mr. Chase pany, to amend section 2, by persons holding mortgages or
can nm like a soared cat, he was not soon of the laws of Florida ra against real estate. i
dices for the coming fall term. The enough on the chase to head them off company and to extend the An act to legalize the incorporation UNTOLD I MISERY

proceeds as before stated will be used to > from their reiuze in the t'Crub.nrer Bear" I ginning' the construction and municipal government of the town

purchase apparatus and ehoil furniture { don't get so many eggs on Melbourne Beach pletion of the same. Lakeland: in the county of Polk. "Eesnftiaff from the Efcron otToatbFa's

necessary for the instruction of the j I as in days ot -ore. Too many epicures are An act to prescribe the fees- I Memorial to Congress in relation to the I nocmaoe; are.,dc lafalllWo,may be cored and as C..adeaia tuxn Viex > .

iond oftitrtle-eontelet.egg-brea ,custard several sherifs in this State service between Fort Myers and 3OO r i.,> .",1eIW.
-I classes. I and .turtle-steak to leave: many for the j I It lowed to charge and receive for in Lee county, Fla I Send&WI nosy bade Addrea with ::the Peabody>=taof x lye.

or DC. WJLPirker,iia

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TA. GINGRAS, Proprietor RUMPH.Preparatory

n t Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic Indian River, Florida, S. H. RAY .
red PUBLIC Cigars. Trade SUPPlied with fine _
, thaPlf: ifpHT-LAff AND NOTARY hand madegoods.Orders promptly filled. Having been Re-Furnished, is- NOW

Ledge, Florida. Factory at Malabar, Fla. 28NEWSPAPER OPEN FOR GUESTS, under the Management to opening up and making
:lled- Bock: I .
17atIOI 4 of its old proprietor and owner. Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., room for my Extensive! and Varied

'.cos rttfB1 SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Proprietor, TITUSVILLE, FLA.Oeu'I Spring StockI

Titusville, Florida. THK IIOSEERGEXVY.. St. Lucie, Florida.
ctknmovh... BOBBINS For terms and sample copies address
Q anI Ii Ii ATTORN EY-A T-LA VI/ Titusville Barrels $2.25. have Inaugurated: a
P.O., Brevard
county, Fla.
tate; Gauged to order ten cents extra.
futnfiriat. TITUSVILLE, FLA.A Merchandise G-B.AND
Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. .
Ii FROSCHER.Titusville
bin Rt Florida,
Honey barrels and Oval
I Water Breakers
fDtIFlorida ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden from 62.00 up. STORE.

Ie sew. p.O.Box 20. SANFORD, FLA. Coffins Cases Tanksand
and :
iona 1\"iIl practice In all the> counties of the &e\tuth ,
let and Supreme Court. 3 all kinds of COOPER *
, and Circuit WORK to order.T. .-
t Ole Funerals attended if desired. All or-
Aul'f. ALLEX E. HEYSER, ders promptly executed, and at reasona- JO1i1 SON, ,
din ble rates. Embalming done. LaGrange, : : Florida. I propose to keep
arnilette)Loa, Attoniey-at-Law and Coiwyaiicer. J. :31. SAWYER & SOX,
\ bcl RAY & BRYAN, A First-Class StockGROCERIES
Lake Worth Dade County, Florida.
Yacht Sail-makers WINTER
: ; Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade Ar'tesian.VVe11

rnZDeJtpoweQ.:. County lands. AiiD 84 & 85 South St., New York -OF- ,

f \ria Ciyil Engineer aM Surveyor Solicit Correspondence.

Tails ,
IQ! R. B. BURCHFIELD, Particular attention given J to Pleasure
ar C. J'. :J3ECTOa., Boat Sails of all descriptions. 50 A.t CC>S-t.
orcladof COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders .

t1lnerea attention by as calls mail in will lcrson.Addre's receive. as prompt Hardware and EACOTT & CO., DRY GOODS, :

: Georgiana, Fla.

try. the Second Justice District of Bre- I HATS SHIRTS PANTSETC.
And Manufacturing of Tin Ware.1GALVANIZED
onrt atop vard county; Court days, third Mondayof :Melbourne Florida ,

each month. WORK, : ., AT COST.
topi A. L. Hatch & Son
futiwl MINOR S. JONES, And Repairing of all kinds
ion d\\ ;DEALERS IN --

.tUol.n c.-at-La, Location: MAIN ST.., tearrirrer. I Make
hapteed DRY GOODS NOTIONS 52 Redactions on Many
-u Titusville, Florida.
'Iemme THE .A.TS
9CLOTHING Other Lines
ci T A RUE P. ELY, ,
llODfflreratj Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,
Stationery, Family Medi- An know I Save?
JoturPablir. Jot the Slate at Large. can You Money on _
cines, Garden SealsGROCERIES, I
poi Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist. has on hand a Fine Assortment of Purchacs.

' over SO years' experience. Natural Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. I I I
Melbourne, Florida. G TO CURE the Diseases for which
they are Recommended.IF Gent's Furnishing Goods, 1KT Jai wI -
7. PIIITCIIAUD, President.V. .
ertihlernor A. M. Hamilton & Co. AFTER USING ANY OF THEM, YOU I
I Iorrot .
Wholesale Dealers In AVe have no cure-alN, but a dif- GLASSWARE i
l ferent Remedy for:Each Class of Diseasefor ,
. ent Indian River Oysters Florida. Affections of the Liver, Lungs, Heart i
.Etr'lid and Kidneys; for Female Complaints; and MILLINERY
bout FISI-I: Tetter and other Diseases of the Skin. ,
Give them a trial and you will not be
- Green Turtle and Game. Kxclmngo bought and sold. Special and disappointed. AND LADIES' HATS,

prompt attention given to collections. Loans J. B. SCREVEN Druggist RIBBONS,
hOl, All orders will receive prompt and careful at. IIl' otl\tcli on first mortgage for Savings,
tvntion, whether telegraph, tanks, Corporations Individuals. Interest
letter or person. 17 allowed on time deposits. Ship Chandlery Goods. FEATHERS,

Advances made upon available collateral. C. II. SCOTT, Have Commenced to Arrive. These
Indian River Steamboat Co. Approved business paper.di&counted. KASTK1CXHAIHDItESSING will be added to
bruits on all parts' of Europe. constantly. Also,
Business: done at Jacksonville rates. SALOON.If .
consistent with bound
Every favor

tor, Schedules in effect MAY 12, 1889.STEAMER banking, cheerfully Jacksonville extended. I: yon want a clean and easy shave, i! SPRING DRESS GOODSA
as barbl1reV'crgaV'e,
.Tael son\"illt', Fla.; The National These will be he main features of
Leaves TITUSVILLE................... (0 a mArrives tank.New York. :-;* Just call on me at nit saloon, business, but orders sent me for my- !
at Melbourne.................12 noon -------------- At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll kept in any store in Titus-anything Most Beautiful Line of all Embroidered -
HAVING BOUGHT TilE INDIAN cut and comb your hair with grace ville will be promptly filled. I
To suit the contour of your face;
1111t1 Leaves McllOurtie..12110011Arriresat RIVEU BAKERYWe To you I'll give a good hunpoo, I LADIES' ROBES,

Titusville.................. 0 p in will Keep on Hand Every Day The art of which is known to few. I

Above daily except Sunday. My scissor's sharp,my razor's }keen, Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens And all O.erY.LE.'tCIEXESE
GEORGIANA; FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES, My hop is a ways! neat and clean, ,
STEAMER And everything I'm sure you'll find, LACES

Leaves Melbourne..................... 5 a m ETC. ALSO To suit the taste and please the mind. Or any Country Produce my customersor In White and Black.

- Arrives at Jupiter...................... 811111 And now to all who patronize intend, friend may bringto I

s. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Bottlers of Sodawater, GingerAle And Just I assure come along YOU I and will bring try your friends, market. Ladies' Silk Mitts, Gloves Etc.

Returning : My very best to Kitit-fy. may"XOTICU. A large line of Corsets from f 0 cent

LeavesJupiter.} .......................... r> a m and other Drinks. to &>.00 each.Gentlemen's.
Arrives at Melbourne.................. S 1 p lU I ask: for a share of the public patronage I
p4j Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.CST ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT All parties concerned will take notice and come as a supplicant, not a I -
j Connection is! made at Titusville that on the 1st day of July A. D. 1SSI>, die tator, asking for your favors.If ; Laundried and Unlaun-
with trains of the J.) T. & K. W. System ATTENTION. I will apply to Honorable Minor S. Jones, courteous treatment,good I dried
t. to and from nil points North, and at COMPANY County Judge of Brevard county, Fla., '!:-'ood*and low figure: is t Shirt
Jupiter with daily stage for Juno ((8 S. A. JSEUmKll & for leave to ell the undivided one-fifth the candidate for The most Varied Line of Gentlemen's
J miles) where connection i io:< made with PROPRIETORS, interests of Texas Sheffield, a minor, in public favor,
I Straw
'''' the steamer "Lake \\T orth" for all landings and to the following lands in Brevard then I'm bought cheap and Marked

on Lkerorth.. TITUSVILLE, FLA. county, Fia, for the use and benefit of elected.Agent Low Down.STOCK.
S .1oPORTER said minor to-wit: S. E.1 of S W. } and _
W. WATSON Superintendent.G. _____________
M } n -- N. E.1 of S.1C.1 1 and N. W. { of S. W. for Chattanooga Plow Co. i Ii
D. ACKERLY, Gen. 1W Agent. 1, all of Sec. 12, Tp. 21, S.. nan,_ e 34 E, l'hille(11)lows and SugarCane \fy
t D. F. JACK, General Manager. & POTTER and S. E. of S.r.. }, Sec. 32: Tp. 21 Mills. .
S., Range 35 E., and S. :E. \ of N. W. |,
Sec. 2-CTp. 21 S., Range 34 E., and N. Jot OF GROCERIES _
"FROST LINE" TO THE FRONT X. E.i of Sec. 23, in Tp. 21 S., of
j Dealers Range 34 E., N. W. 1 of S. E. } Sec. 12!, Was never more complete.I .
Real Estate in township 21, S. Range 34 E. and N. :E.
,r Having Purchased the "Frost Line," \ of S. E. and N.E..of N. "". hall pride myself on the Superior Butter,

j and feeling the necessity of keeping up : of Sec 22: Township 21. South of Coffee, Teas, Crackers, Etc., I amen-
her past Good Reputation as: a Swift and lakc Yfortli Dade Co., Yin. Range 34 E., and S. i of S. E. }, Sec. 14, abled to offer the trade.
.i in Tp. 21 S., Range 34 E., commencingat
l r Great Courier, I ask of the 1 people a Continuance FOR SALE.A the S E. corner of N. E. J of S.W.1 I keep in Stock Plant' Flour-none

t of their Good Favor. of Sec. 2i, township 21 S., of Range 35 i! better. .
) tract of land on Indian River in the E.; thence running with the variation of ,
. Will Make Contracts for consisting of SS Grits and Meal arriving week,
county of l1rc\.ard" the section line 20 chains; thence north I every
Delivery of Lumber and Large acres; it being lot \o. 3, and south half 10 chains, thence east 31 25-100 chains, II II I injuring it Fresh and Sweet. .
1 oftlio northeast quarter: of section 35 thence south 25, east 2 GO-100 chains; I
1f and lot No. 3, being the southwest quar- thence east 37i, north 5 chains; thence 1 S fi Large Stock of Hay and Grain. at. all

f Cargoes, ter of the northwest quarter of section south 23, east 4 00-100 chains; thence times. 'r '..
River. 3(1( both in township 31 south, range 39 west 22, south 4: 94-100 chains; thence !
I Anywhere up or down Indian of Most close 1 living prices made on all
east. This is a very desirable piece west 25, south 3 21-100 chain*; thence S
Be sure you see mo before closing con hammock, soil of rich quality, suitable west 6 36-100 chain; thence south 2 goods in this line.
tracts elsewhere. ,* '. '" .\ for the mixing of all tropical fruits. Is G5-100 chains, thence west 5 chains,
f situated at. the Narrows, near Enos post- thence south to the place of beginning, .
Re pectfuly) r office. Will sell cheap for cash. For the said lots containing 320 27-100 acres, '!I i .
G EO.. B. r
particulars address more or less.
W. { : K )1. LOW This May 22, 1839. Rav.1
4 Owner. Fept. :3. Brockton;Mass. 5. W. S. BELL, Guardian. S :H. .. :,::


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I, .,. t be privately. Leone face grew pals- ar Beware of Ointment for Catarrh OTICJ F.
r.'A'tJ fttJI'd fPrrR J"r c. .rR'v.. cocJd noc help co ntraszi.g
( _h his present stzrrccndingj: wih those cf a the **ifand she pressed: John's I:3l.dfb.t hat Contain Jlermry. All po.roc er3 *fJ win take i.., i.*

,f tics fl :{tycanetha.rxekxTcI held hers with an energy that gave thai oc the I't day of July. A. D .;;,
and few hears hetxe.
boors before
few a : will destroy the -ens
torrcti a few doora t/slo-y here pe:t r- assurance. **I was so sura thru you Mercury I will apply s HoRr.raWe Min>r =. J
On ereryaidecf him wereyouwh, heaaty, of meU and completely derange the
.' day WtrJ, I sa::r haodwsaeJy:: dressed that I of BreTani ,
would say yes, darling brought County Judge & GOty. Fa.
!it thnwjjrh
re r !re nt and wealth. The woman he whole *ycera when entering
1 wc.=an, hE2si1T reCed, get oat c? that adored before bis this ring, and I have cclered the coachman the mace* surface 5 qch articles :h'l'Uk.I for leave to ell the s.4roie i -'... !-J&
was eyes sfnging as no
to c triage u.d COTS: ra here to 2Ine:. FazI else cocLi to drive C3 to the house cf a respectable never be as1*! except on pre criptiorLs in:':re t* of Tex .*-"ftesiW
I n/*. S L e probably Ksteced to jtstsach ore sing.OX clergyman: who will perform from reputable! phy-iei n.?. as the damage and t*> the fotlosria; Uod rn ?*-'/Jrl

drird aa : heard is there just now: t3 see ber.qacted ha' Ler fold the l t7, Fix f,-,( the a e awl \j'f
y Sca.-a I k:4v T=.fcil;f3 "T-. the ceremony aa it should be performed, they will do are t< n to :_ youcan cocn

i Gt iy, Gf coone, fc was alxxii: a Ir/re affair : Roih, Then his though:.J wandered making thee ravine and me thine beyondany poii>Iy derive from ;hem. H.tll"-- said min'J:. t./-Tit: : .:. E. t of ri.T.." a.-i

;azui she WeLt hocse aattifted. It is back to the miserable tenement ia, chance cf separation,"" Tears filled Catarrh Cure mannfaeuir:=tl by F. J. S. E. ? of ::. W. t an4 S. W. 4 r *. w,

+ a credolocs trcrld,'" East Fourth where he Lecnf 3 : at the thcnrht of deceivingher Cheney i Cr. Toledo. 0.. comaiiw no j. ail of .r c. 1 Tp. il a._ San- 4 E
Yea, crcdsloas where f: sbcsI4; be street was to spend kind father and mother but John mercury. and i* taken iatemaLy. an! and -. W. i of S. 14. |. -S '. -ii T- _:

,'II ittzriQara aril saipicioas, here it ahociiRo the nightwith poverty, wretchedness act dirVtiy upon the blrrl! andsurficri mu-en .-., Ran* :'j E.. ar>-i E. t "fec. \ '..'
told her that it
kissed them and
.,, rrdlIIk: aa, asR ; the track cf murderer The life of would only be for a short ti=e. He had the
'' While Roahsraa this dFcti.e en a Catarrh Cure be *are yon :rt r? ,->? X. E. ; .i .S :23, IB Tp. : f

dung a joumaPjt .Tarictj.. in i:. if nothing hia way, and aa the clergyman's hot?pwan in*. :i i* taken iuerraiJ: and made iu Ranre 04 E., and .-. i I.f-e. E. ; *.- : t.
work he wa ahaostt ia&lated from general ebe. The he looked ax.ut: hid, a; the reached in a few mots: the ceremony Tol-ilo. Ohio by F. J. ('teeny .t C.>. .,
+ ia Tp .::!1 i R.uiire :** ei.rn.- ,1,
: vyaecy. There wan mI'.Lt to te &: cct: cf it, bat he and Jrti.1 ::- ?x:::p. >.
Iw&fis f orae of the flowers: that lay upon the valet acting aa witness. Lynn in her ., f --ee. >. t*>wB.-aip 21 :?.. ..f }'''$, : ...
bock until the
..( were railing cf the boxes: waa wafted to his agitation, with her imperfect ksowledrs E. : tfarr,:eruanin:,* iota the rrri.,: ,; It

L arrival cf th-3r caD Johnaorx from the nostrila: and he was ioloiicaied: by thee of English, did: not notice that John gave $X00.0() Rewardza the iita line 3i l ehaitk*; ttiencp "

j } 'w-est. ilartis thocgbt and expressed hiafttupvci&23 'ene. Ilij reverie waa broken, in. npcn the name of Harlstone.After we.'L"La: tr0,7': :: : sum 10 rhair.. th-r."r r cast ->1 -1'.1 .....;....
to Rcih, that Jchnscn had or', ..: ,..1 '.i t.,.. u ,...; ,: .1 Fevu T ..cieC"uo.r
{ the John drove her : rry1a ;: .
by Mr. Archer, who tapped him: on thesh&tilder. ceremony:: ,. thence Math 3& eMt J: )I-I oClJ .. :'.
been ia fcyre 'with Bosa Efiington and :: t e :.: { ;:: ': a 4 ; C: 14; a.l GL'.arLi1
;; home and wok: dinner with the family.He t.1 L.. Pk* >, (:>&:>. V.( >r.*1 rounded dentfi thence eat -,;i:% north 5 c oat -.": : ."-,.

t e k' had been cat oat by CosteDowho war: "Just kok at West Haati;j," said he. was never gayer and never made :;;' ed.. ..uth 1t'. at 4 f at-1'," ch.t -..: : "'. :

reponed=:: to ,-:- strange fe3ciriatk.Ta for himself : Signer and 22. mouth 4 t-t4)t) eLt ,. .
That fellow ia more in Iota with Helen mere agreeable D : tveot -: '::

wocaen. Jofersoa had not the time or than I gave him credit for ein;. He Signora Cella. Leoni was more cr lessembarrassed. TaIaia] > fe. Fla. w-t Z-:. south : :!l-I+i*, cha' ....: ,' .
the to apesd in ferreting orzt the ".fob:? :n't JCt a ::1 :-se'<< a.eds ncaeaa2 ,
raoaey tj I.'j d'.ain. tbH.'
has not taken his eyes off her once since She felt that she was in a ;;/ 07 tb* rouar_ a aLs rus iLei t j.l :.:
proof i of his gaspiciocs, and per aa oolite "" .. chairw. thence :.
she canoe urn the stags. false position, and she was displeased r :& A. R.t.WI.i 1. "

: to take The Ian into his ccnfidence Sore enough: there he sat i n his prvscenitna with her eif for having: deceived: her thence Truth to the place or <*r ', -. '. .

He had not seen Costello navy times, Lox: alone, his eyes riveted (n parents: particularly her mother from Sanforri. Fla. the said lots containing- 2FM'more .. -..

f and alt&cxn h;; declared that he would the lovely face of Helen Knowlton and whom she had never concealed anything I: r.T-* T:*.:"r.t ?.itj+tvrr.14.-A. E. PHILIPS3IatlNou. or !e-o.

i kLr.w him again if he saw him he fel: Tb3L" .y22. I.f...
hi ean drinking in note of her in her life. Both her father and het Fla. :
M surer of recognizing him by his voice, every felt that John >. \\ .-?. BELL. Osa: ;.'..-;
voice Tab mother sure was seriouslyin
A which he i said was indescribable, but pe- was not a pleasant sight to Yom:' T'r..!.- Z-.TIM *scs 4'tAfSt4tt.2Q. E&'stX41:1 _______ __ __u ____ _
t Rash, and i: sent him: bock to h.L tenement :: love with Leoni, bu they hew their *-jri 'A c.'mpvi.iA.5Dfc.LI..POPE.

calla and nerrer to bo forgotten. horae watch in no happy: frame of daughter too well to fear that she would anitary Ordinann-

1 Raah longed to see Helen: with an irreiiiti&ie rafnd. Bat hh work Interesting entertain any proposition from him but Lake City. Fla. .
I J grew more Be it ordain by the T ,wa t: ,- .. .f

longing, to which he gave way aa time went on, and he soon became that of honorable arae. The who It ;j.:v.* .a.uAtn tf a : :r. trY i the town of Tiu.vIIe.:! that it -c.... .:

one evening. Leaving Martin on watch, completely absorbed in picking up look upon ballet: dancers aa an utterly di. !E5Ea era. Jfc PBICZ. the duty of the Town ca7: eiu* r : !r- "

r he wett to his lodgings first and dressedhizoaelf the thread of evidence: against the murderer corrupt and abandon class who regard Ocala. Ha. move t'i: *...7ie place ou!*i.Ie the- :Ia.: .- :
and then walked around the
to of the unfortunate actresa. well to do young men aa their legitimate said town. -ai-i place to Le appr.,7- Academy. The was "Faust." J'itJr C'.l: ar.d For !'.:)r.i.: .* **Iin beyond my -. :
opera prey should have known Lisa Ceila. A .T::' z ti in. G:.-*na!''' .*tifiT' .inzbottle ;! the Mav-,r. at l lea=t twice in earn v.' .

f ag% n. Helen sang divinely. liiiih CHSYrrrxv. better girl never lived. Not only was bu bic. remn*<.. LI,. DELOCfcT.Lakeland. the (..."n.ica us of ecn tucket irvu* 0:1pn"y :

.:. adored every note of that beautiful: bread winner for her in the of Titasriiie
OH :; she the family town a: I is::
music, and he was lifted out of himself Fla. ind --FyR 'L.:! 4 -. : ..
l (many less virtuous girls are that), but -lop ja yrhith :: '
c by Helm ex/jniaite yrlat" T'bMics' =-ot a a 2.4 and hazi n cz;.
Ehpwa.j purity and goodness: personined.plauded. TE.Q. ited in ba(; et.boxM or barrel i* .-.r ::-::"
was ttze 4n4f.Ma;pis. ;o
guerite was admitted: to bo her best part, verymuch disturbed Many women of society, whoaPr receptacle at the *ame time, an- tL"

and she certainly gave an ideal interpretation her dancing, but would have tossed and town *hali receive a. CfG t.-r..1:,".
ft. of it. bear girl, how ho loved in F')R sALE AT.SCREVKVS for service frr.ra each
J turned away their virtuous heads if they -t1c 1
his mind.
her! He forgot the tenor who was act- had met her in a drawing room, could Dlll'fi STOKE.TUa'ville. owner of each dwvllinr; from wL.c.iiri:

'I'; ing in his rcost impassioned manner; he love He wan with in not hare submitted: their lives to such a ; Florid! excrement or ?arbare hail be :':a..1 I

forgot everything but Helen; and when I a li"r scrutiny hers: would bear. Even dear, - -- the tIm of fifty ct t* per m>ath. _:> i
Leoni thedancer
the appeared at the window in a flood of 1 good Mrs. Hurhtona would have takento A'OTICE.A for the removal 'if =ucti exereairn: I"

her dark ,, carbage frnm II. te- and boarding i-,
; moonlight, eyes intensified by ) u- =*
her bed: had she known of her Jo'hn'smarriage '
( Court Brvcfinl Florida
and he .IJlrJy the town hall! rocei f'euch _
'f' her golden hair and tang the exquisite c- -n. <:; ".1.
to a premiere danseuse of the "l.
1 A 9.
had promised: to tion a.* -hal! be agreed !by thr .
: duet, he actually weighed in LU mind because he upon : ::a-
1 '} the probable result if he should clamberover f marry Amy Bay- Italian opera-not only was In the matter of the estate ) pant and owner and Town Iii-p.t..r.
: ---' + already engaged to the girl cf her choice, f'f Frank Smith late of.
"I lisa, tho rectors ;nbect to approval by th* Toorn C
the foot lights and fold her in his
but because of her horror of such
i -- daughter. The chiefly a jaid (;rountv. decea-ed. ) The fee for the -erviceherein t'J: !
"Here I dt he
arms. thought,
passion mesalliance. In realitythemGthrto have \Wherea- ale of the following I tend : .
,. worst of it was a :hall F1 paid! mnrtiik'n *fc<:' -;>-. .

.: i '" of lore I look tearing calm me in and two;unruffled and yetI 1 that he waa very been made wretched by this marriagewas inlaid county belonging to aid -t.'lte. In-Fector: who ?half! make h'-c *iiti-::,.ni

: fr;. ,f suppose as as fond of Amyand :-Signora Cella. Lisa was much too to-wit : 1..t 4 of S rc. l' Tp. 3-j. i5.If monthly from the peroni fmm wh'.m
that venerable banker in Lox
k as his he [did not wantto good a girl for John Hurlstone,and never Range 4i') E., containing: )4 .y)-lM) acrewas *. such charge? are due when aiaVinj Cni

s I His only relief was to join in the out- ti treat her un under any circumstances could he make old to D. P. smith administrator of monthly house to house inspectprovidetl ;"- -., a3

:t t bur&t of applause that broke from all ,", kindly. But h e her a devoted husband. She was pre- -aid e=tate. on the Cth day of }day. IS.;'9.l by the rule and re=u.l! :-, ..

1j f parts of the house. Ho never liked to go was determinedto pared to give up the stage-anything, he being the hizbet bidder therefor: prescribed by the State R ard of H''". :th.

behind the !cenes between the acts when him. But if he had these are. therefore tr a,lnu>ni-h and -
1f marry LeonL: On that point he was (; everything r any Any to comply with the priuas -vis
,i Helen was singing "Faust, because the most others ho lived with her quietly for three months all person* interested to appear before i of this ordinancehall be rep re-I

waa so absorbed in the part that he felt strong weak. Ho though would still on let believe that was domestic life would have palled upon me on Monday. the 24th day of June by the in?*ctor t., the 3Iay r. whn. .:i ii

t it was: profanation to bring her out of it; Amy him, and had temptation come in his next, tohow cau-e. if any they hare, ; ne hi- warrant to the per...a chaT....l

I I so he wandered about the lobby, hoping they were to be married in the fall. Perhaps way he would have yielded to it. He why :uch alehouM nut bV confirmed.Witne with itviolation an!i. apon co vicf. -0

that he might meet some one whom he in the meantime he could think of agood mhand and meat 1 .,f r-f- ,
would never have been unkind to her; :-hall be :-abjf-c: to a penalty of n-,: 1-"",
knew and who knew her. He did excuse for breaking of! the match. I E.\L"J fee thithe 2-'th dav of Mav. '
meet that was not his nature; he would merely: [ than one dollar: I'.r mre| than fifty :".-
Ho be believe
4; some ono very won.V'cst Hastings was might pretend to jealous-to have sought other attractions. A. D. !*,*. la:., at the dl;- cretwn of the Ma>or.

l '. t; out there, looking very blase, and talking that she didn't love him. Not only But fate did not give him a honeymoonof )!rx-ip. >. J..XE?. All ordinance part? of. rJnaia : :. 't-..,

: with two or thrco club friends about was John disturbed on this account, but :5 County Jurle.HgRES. : conflict with this ordinance are 1drt.
; the conventional sort. He
the of affairs of the Mutual Dividend saw veryvery
his projected trip abroad and the good state little of his wife-so little that repealed. This ordinance t? take:: ruT::

time he intended to have. Then he came Mining company did not tend to with upon it* approval by the Mayor.Approrei .
many a tear mingled the rouge on
r ,' i n.ttOS3lli.rcber, who insisted upon his make him happy. CoL 3Iortimer was 3Icr 2>, A. D. 1.0,9:
her cheeks and aided the cold in
f"f"i i >
.. j going up to tho box. drinking heavily and playing hightwosure II. F. ATK&50S.Attet .
its effort: to take off the stage "make up"when
signs that he was losing faith in the Mav .
t ; cs.aie has that O'Hara there, and ho the and he had : :
was not
: i bores the life out of me with his insufferable continued prosperity of the company, opera J25 HIRES' IMPROVED '..e5j J. P. BL.VKE Cl ."rk.

i affectations. I don't like the and there were some ugly rumors afloat come. -

And I halo take man lnt, that reflected upon the company's credit. It was not because John did not wantto ; flOT BEER! Proclamation.WHEREAS .
4 yet no right to eo vu>
John too feared a day of reckoning, see Leoni that he stayed away; it was ..'1. ...I

l a prejudice against him. It would be a and ho followed the example of his chief because he was troubled and annoyed. 'Iq ,|2'' WLIG'JIO NO SOILING: EASILY MADE The B.,ard of Aldermen of

great relief to me: however, if you should in the matter of drinking and high play. Mortimer kept him at tho Mutual Divi- ;:t. THISPACKAGE: MAKES FIVE CAILCNX the Town of Titusville have pa.--ed a resolution -

# ::! come up, and I know Bessie would be His letters to Amy became less frequent, den office until late at night,and he hada Jh' that the prone-itin of the Titu--
-": .rF/VE crc L cH'-
F I glad to see you. We haven seen you and his visits to Leoni more &o. He was great deal of ugly work to do. The ?/'l2fZ/lWffANO rifle School Building A-5 ciation. to be

i for a long time. What ha been the infatuated by the Italian's beauty and colonel, aa I have said, could not write hereinafter set forth and alai a resolution

matter?' Mr. Archer asked, as he conducted her passionate love for him,and he could anything but his name, and John was a'I authorizing the Town Council to negotiate -

Rush to his box. not keep away from her. Two or three skillful penman, so his talents in that : a loan of $],-t...). -hould tie submitted -

Hush explained that ho was working times ho had gone to see her while feel line were given many an opportunity in f ft@o'1'BEER to the citizen of Titusville for

: 4 up a special case for The Dawn and was ing the worse for liquor. She was terribly these all night sittings. John knew that : i ratification or rejection thi: therefore,

,y unusually busy. As they neared the shocked; but ho explained the circumstance h? was doing wrong, but he said to himself ,! i i i* to notify all persons that an election!

e t ri box, they saw 0'Nara bending low over as an accident, and sho was : "Mortimer says it's all right, and I : : will be held at the Court Houe in Titu-

{ Bessie from his seat above. They could quite willing to accept the explanation. can't go back on Mortimer." How' ,, villeon Tuesday, the ISth day of June.

f almost fife the pupils of his cat like eyes Ono day after a matinee, ho called for quickly Mortimer would have "gone' "rt cost APPSTIZ1KO and WHOLESO3C.rCiCPSRANCE A. D. 1S. 9, between the legal hours for

dilate as ho talked to her in hi3 slow, peculiar her at the stage door of the Academy to back" on him if it had been to his inter-
,, voice. Mrs. Archer looked at him take her home in his carriage. She refused est to do so! Just now, however it was Ask your Druggist or Grocer for It whether the Town of Titusvillehall buy

and shuddered. to his to conciliate John and lots Sand 10 of block 9 of aid Town of
She could only catch a to go with him at first, because her advantage c. E HIRES PHILADELPHIA
word of his conversation now and then, I to use him. Titusville and the school house and fur

I and that more than satisfied her. He In the midst of his excitement and niture thereon, and the rent and profits

was talking upon a subject she disliked.I mother was not with her; but John annoyances John received a long and due the Tituville: School l Building Association -

t "Whether one believes in spiritualism argued so eloquently that she yielded. loving letter from Amy telling him that for the sum of IIt, >i), subject to

or not," O'Hara was saying "he must Were they not engaged to be married? she and her mother wero coming to New Tuirs sPills a mortgage of$SOO. drawing interest not
Indeed, they wero really as good as husband -
admit that there are some wonderful < York to buy the material for her trous- exceeding 12 per cent. per annum, the
{ and wife. It was only a question Town of
=,,1 things done in its name. I should like 'i seau. "It may seem to you, dear John to secure said a-so<-ia-
of few words of Moreover
a tion
I 1 you to meet a little woman down town ceremony. that I am taking time by the forelock; FOR TORPID by a mortgage upon the property
he had something of great importanceto LIVER. the
in sum of $1,700 payablein
s ; : but I haven't a minute too much. I am ,
say to her and he must say it to her going to make everything myself. No A torpid lirei7orauges tlC whole!system ten years. or :sooner; at the option of
alone. and said town the said
you to thinking. If want to make ant other hand but mine shall take a stitchin produces ; mortgage of 800 to
So Leoni got into the carriage. John be paid at the expiration of three
appointment to meet her, I will arrange | my wedding clothes. It is an egotistical Sick Headache years
spoke a few words in a low tone to his by the Town of Titusville ; the interest
y the meeting, and get Mrs. Pryor to chaperon idea, perhaps will but I
you say,
Italian valet, who sat on the box with Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheumatism on each of aid mortgages to be paid annually -
1r us. It's not an attractive place, but ; want to be busy all this time,and I want ,
; the coachman, and into the car by the Town of Titusville.
: 1 i, it is perfectly be sprang work that will not Sallow Skin and Piles.
reputable or prevent thinking
you may my Also
riage, shutting the door after him with a authorize the town of Titus-
w euro I shouldn't suggest your going ; bang of victory. As the horses dashedup of you every minute. As I sew the hours There is no better remedy for these !| Tulle to execute its corporate note in the
t,, there." away, every stitch will have the name of common diseases! than Tutt's LiverPills sum of 1,000
the street he took Leoni's hand and payable two after
as a trial years
improve. Price,25c.
.s' All this was said in a low voice, so that ;: my own beloved John sewed in with it. date with interest
kissed it deferentially, and held it in his Sold not to exceed 12 per
Mrs. Archer did not catch of the Everywhere.
4; enough own while he talked to her as he couldso If you think this is foolish, dear John, cent per annum and thereby pledging
conversation to know what it was! about. the faith and credit of said Town Ti
well talk to women. John had been forgive me. I will try and be less silly

t f Had she known, she would have spoken !; drinking, but not heavily,and not enoughfor after the happy day that is coming." PARKER'S tusville in order to procure funds to pay

sI' r; r f'. out plainly. O'Hara seemed to speak j Leoni to notice; only enough to make John read this letter over slowly, word HAIR BALSAM off'and discharge existing indebtednessand

I E behind to his understand tongue. and him it unless was quite difficult him determined to accomplish his object by word; then letting the paper slip __Cleanses Promotes and a luxuriant beautifies growth.the hair. The to provide for contingent exPen:es.

'r you gaveyour : to which end ho brought all his eloquence from his fingers to the floor ho sat for a Newer Fail to Restore Gray following persons are hereby appointed -
z mind to the effort This impediment of
to bear. Ho told Leoni the few minutes gazing vacantly before him. Hair to it Youthful Color. inspectors said election :
if impediment it could be called storyof Prevents Dandruff and hair falling 1 J. Ifegers F. T.
s Budge, S. J. Xor-
his love for her-a story she never He could not think clearly; he felt like a Me.and $1 04 at Drneziota.HINDERCORNS. .
: made him speak slowly and this slow. I ,: ton, with L. A. Brady clerk.
; l
lI ,
+ 4 5 tired of hearing; and then he asked her man in a stupor. If he had been cruel, -
ness a certain impressiveness to the style of the tickets used such
gave i I at
if she really loved him. Her words he would have sent a letter to Amy Bay- ,
only sore Cure for Corns. Stops all pain. ED1IUrM election shall be "
simplest remark he made. | "For
; comfort to the Druggists. Buying, 4'Airainst!
liss iitscoz&Co.
were few, but their emphasis and the telling her that ho could not marry N.Y.
Mrs. Archer greeted Rush with the Buying" and "For Borrowing '' "against
j look in her eyes satisfied him. Then ho her because ho loved another woman. ,I 1 CONSUMPTIVE : Borrowing." z
greatest cordiality. Ho seemed like 3TOTT
a \ told her that he was going to put her That would be the shortest way out of .. Hare Ton CotHfh.Brooehrtifl. Asthma. Jndjzeltionl1.e : A of
whiff of fresh country air after a breeze PARItER.S GINGER TONIC. It has majority the registered voters residing
lovo to the test-that ho to the difficulty but ho did not want to i the worn U cnre-i
was going CMC the be< all Ills art I in the town
nn and
from Hunter's Point. Bessie also was trcmdefecarenutrttioD. times I actually votingwill
l i ask her to and pain her. Poor does : Take In 6Oc. aDd 11.00-
him to him she
Amy Why -
marry marry ------ --- determine the
pleased to see him. Though she was i i -' i I result of the said elec-
that very afternoon. Circumstanceswhich care for such a good for nothing as I am? .<,
,i much interested in what O'Hara .
4 very :I he would explain to her some day ; 1 can't tell her I don't Iov her. In cause I RHEUMATIC tion.Given under hand this 15th day
was saying, she found the man rather | my
1 and thero I I' made it necessary for their marriage to : do: I love her as a l hrotl.I'r! But brotherly of May, A. D. 1881))
oppressive was
t be love isn't much. after 'rhat I have 1 \SciaticpQins
t !t about his dilated pupils that she didn't pro- H. F. ATKINSON,
If he could have his way, he would like I tested.11., it's nearly Ihv months before Mayor.
altogether like. Achinll Sides and Back,
i! it to be proclaimed from tho house September: good devil l can happen : Pains, Rheumatic Sciatic.flip Kidney and Uterine -
11. When Rush entered the box O'Hara Sharp and Weakening
.; : tops and cried through the streets. He in that time, a good deal has happened i Pains, Relined one minute by the CnrUcur An- 0 t IGENTS hoth.teaWrluaoE0. saMPLgg FRE!
I went out, and Mrs. Archer seemed to tI.Pain Plwter.
breathe was proud of his love, and he wanted in less time. Thinking won't help mat- i< ptin.killing, strengthening The first and plaster.onYln"tantloneons ___ L MX>TT.y err York Ci!!
more freely. The conversation 25 cents fire
I the world to know of it but adverse tens i for $1.00. At druggists. ;
ti anyway. or ot Porrra Darn: AND ; VMkim i
and until the curtainwas
was lively general
fate would have it otherwise. If ClSllDIS
rung up again. Then they listened j they To be Continued. J b/SS3 blackheads, chalved> and oil-' kia cured 1.C.atort.aM .
to bo married. at all it .
were .. must & SoAP. I..ralyberuJth1DedIralL 111a..k&p r.
: with breathless interest to the beautiful ...
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alterative. : Sailing a fine tonic Its use curedan
circulars and extra terms to agtnts:
excrescence of tile neck after other i I SCOTT'SEMULSION FOSSIIKE A McMAIilX, Cincinnati O. FROM NEW YORK CITY' *'ltffl FEBXAXDIXA.

remedies elected no perceptible good. PIER 21, E.1J. EVERY FRIDXYJCST CENTRF bTIJLET MHAHF. EVEH1"I1l"I.D.\Y.

Dr. C. A. Iolt;;omero. Jacksonville crAPERFECTCOFFEE I the Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO and

Ala., writes: "My mother insisted on : MAKER. I RIO GRANDE

my getting B. B. B. for her rheumatism Coffee A new and invention Tea,better for than making any I Are large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, sailing alternate!. Table,
as her case stubbornly resisted the usual thing now in use; saves Jf of the I the best on the Coast.
remedies. She experienced immediate Cotfee and can be used with any
Coffee or Tea Pot. Sample will be I SCHEDULE.
relief) and her improvement has been tent by mail for twenty cents in

truly wonderfu" I OF PURE GOD LIVER OIL bend stamps.for full Agents particulars Wanted of this to I' XOI.TII-DorxD, from Fernandina: connecting with i :-lO p. m. train from Jackson

A prominent physician, who wishes i and other fast selling articles. ville.
las name: not given says : "A patient of AND HYPOPHOSFHITES Forsheeft McMakin,Cincinnati,0. '
STATE OF TEXAS Williams..Thursdav )
of -- -- Captain fay 23rd
mine whose case tertiary syphilis was "
surely killing him. and which no treatment Almost as Palatable as l 3Hk. 'M3 Solid Gold Watch/ RIO GRANDE, Captain Lewi................................... ** Oth

seemed to check was entirely] So disgniflcd that it can be taken gold Best bur$e1$wairh uutii iio world lately STATE OF TEXAS, Captain ".iIliam:;...... June Gth

cured with about twelve bottles of B. B. digested, and assimilated by the must f;,rpA i l'eriect timekeeper. \Varlautetl. RIO GRAXDE, Captain Lewis................... 13th:

B. lIe was fairly made up of skin and sensitive cannot be stomach tolerated, when and the by plain the combination oil- 4 / Hunting Ileatr Cases Burn aUul ladirt'l.vbl STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams........ *' 20th
bones and terrible ulcers.] 8. of the oil with the hypophoi L and slid gents'case/Of izet.with equal wurki value. IUD GRANDE, Captain Lewis..c 27th
phites is much more efficacious. /)1 One i'erson ID each lorattijr ,l5=."rder all Freight Via, Mallory Steamship Line front Piero.1: E. R., New York.
M ;y can secure one free, Special: Agents are located at principal point through Florida, where titketa can lestccrej sn i
A Letter From Capt. B. A.' Circle. Remarkable as a flesh producer. r. :h-r with our large and val- information obtained. .
%'t cable line of IIon.(*liuld.linplC4. .e.ff" ta.te-rooros and berths cured m advance from Jack cnillt'and FernaLuina tSIte.tfWTruius .
Persons gain rapidly while taking It. ? >. These samples. as >
1 take pleasure in testifying to the mer- well as the watch, we tend from F R. & X. R'y run directly to ship's, tide at FertiaDilmafe2 .
SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged Free and after you bare kept -Any further information can be ol timed fromJ.
its of Tetterine, the sure cure for skin disca.eoI. I, to be the Finest and Best them in yae -ne for 2 ni inths and shown those M. CUTLER Passenger Agent 'rner 1U, and Hogan streets, Jacb onrile. Fla.
I had been afflicted with tetter on Physicians preparation whomsrhare-.itedthey b.comeyour own property. Those G. R HUBBY, Agents Ferrandina..
in the world for the relief and cure of wh<> write at once an b-j sure 01 receiving the .Vnlclln ,
H. II. RAYMOND, General
', Address Traveling Aget u
face and body for and had used Sample ve nay all eipre fteiett.ftc
lily years CONSUMPTION SCROFULA. Sliukuu%. Co., liox ,ii.lorlluud,Maine.PIANOS DIXON & GRAY. Agents Titnsille,Fla.
every remedy I could J hear of recommended

for skin diseases without deriving the GENERAL DISEASES DEBILITY EMACIATION, WASTING C H MALLORY S CO, General Apts ss Pier 20 E R. NEW YORK CITY.

blighted benefit until I was induced to use I
-- --- -- ---- ---- -
Tetterine, and to my great satisfaction a
few applications made a permanent cure.I I The great remedy for Cbnsumptian, and I -9 } -t';)
Wasting in Children Sold by all Druggists.If .
know of a number of other cases where it ,

has been equally as successful. I I NEAT AND PROMPT.
any dealer says he has the W.L.Does la. CURE
Yours, very truly, Shoes without name and price atanipeu O: A W!
CArT. H. A. CIRCLE, the bottom, put him down as a fraud. i .
Titusville, Fla.

:0 cents a box at Dr. J. B. Screven's I

Drug Store, and dealers generally. 0.Xoticc -;: II: I -FQR-
-:\,. "'.,
FIT.t1I S. tJ I i

of Incorporation. rte. s; ;

The following Corporation has this When I say CURE I do not mean merely to i .
lay been foimed by the undersigned stop them for a time,and then have them return I JOB PRINTING
Incorporators to wit: St. John and indian a ain. I MEAN A UAD1CAL; (;(jUL. I
liver Canal and Steamboat Co. 1 1 have made the disease of ,

Capital: Stock fclOO.OOO dollars, in I 1 FITS, EPILEPSY or i

shares of $100 dollars each.
To dig, excavate an'l build a canal connecting I ;:. FALLING SICIU''iESS, :

the waters of the St. John's and I Is A llfe-long study. I WARRANT my remedy ta i
CURE the worst cases. Because others have :
Indian: river by a suitable and sufficient
I Im failed is no reason for not now receiving acure. I
canal. to carry, transput<1 conveypersons Send at once for treatise and a FREE BOTTLE : SL'CIf ASLITTLEllE.UDS -
and property thereon in the of my INFALLIBLE REMEDY. Give Express I
::'.', and Post Office. It costs nothing for a
Counties ot Volusia, Urevard and Orange : "5L.r' :you
:::' trial, and it will cure you. Address
and all canals] connecting said ..:::",'.:;"
necessary .;' <" H.G. ROOT,M.C., 183 PEARL ST.,NEW YORK
principil canal. To navigate and run

Steamboats upon said canal. St. Johns DOUCLAS ,
W. L. i i
and Indian lliver. The principal of- YOUR HOMEIS

lice of said Corporation shall be at FORGENTLEMEN. S'J.'J lo I "

O tt'en. Volusia county State of Florida, $3 SHOE i NOT FURNISHED 1? ) eWlnr.MaehineFRHH I'

OSTKEX, Fla., March 15. ISS9.II. Heat In the xvorld. Examine. his I ; -1 Iud foods where tAe people 'olD see NOTE-II EARS
E. OSTEEN. 85.00 GENUINE 1IAXI)-SK\\.. n 1I0E. I tbem.we will send free to one I ,_
84.00 HAND-SEWED WELT SHOE I WITHOUT'OliE. 'person in each lort.Jir.tbe very I
JOHN SAULS. S3J50 POLICE AND FAKMKKfe* SHOE. beat .swig -machine aide in .
82.50 EXTRA VALUE UALP' IIOt:. I the world with all the inarhrnents i|
JOHN W. PRICE. .25 WOKKINGMAN'h: MIOE. SAVANNAH,Ga., Nov. 1, 1888. k P V.will also sead free a(complete I II BILL-HEADS,
\\'. S. NORWOOD.UEO. 8.00 IS2 and >S1.75 BOYS* SCHOOL SHOESAll I Forty Thousand Southern Homes made t samples line of oar In costly return and we ask rateable that TOO art ,I Il
W. DICKSON. made In Congress Button and Lace. happy with line instruments since 1S7O hoI' bow'" hat we send to those who ,
DOUGLAS I and still the good work KOCH on. I 1- nisr caL at your home and after!5 I,
W. L. : months all shall become ycnr own
3,000 Pianos and Organs sold last year. f, I 'proreny. This grand machine it
XOTICE. FOR 5,000 our mark for this year.Lower Prices; [made after the feiitger patents ST.\TEJI EXTS
S3 SHOE LADIES. Better Instruments; Easier Terms and which have run oat: before patentsrunoatit.oldforSU3wuhtbe ,
In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial c ..__ L ,;
Best Fitting. greater Inducements will train ns this Increased -
Best Braterial. Best Style. I tschtnents. and now sells for I
Circuit of Florida, Dreiatd County, U nut sold "f your dealer, write I sale.Tbousauds. ;5O.Best strongest.most use.
W. L. DOUGLAS. nROCKTOY. MASS of Homes yet misapplied with F REt FRE S ma bine in the world. All i. : CICCIJL.\RS,
No Plain,
capital required.
:f. D. 1889. In Chanceiy.JonxAiiiAN Shoes for I Instruments that might to-day be enjoying ?
Examine. L. Douglas' $2 brief infractions snven. Those who write to as at once can se. |I
them through our easy system selling.. cure tree the bent sewmfr-macbine IB the world, and the i ifii I
B. TERUV IF. | Gentlemen. I CAM1 to pay down not needed. We haveA 't ime of w orks af birh art ever shown tomther America. ,
vs. I I FOR SALE BY i iI PLAN by which, WITHOUT RISK, any TRUE ct CO.. Box 710. Augusta Maine FOLDERS,
ARTHUR S.: WILLIAMS | Foreclosureand I one can obtain an Instrument of any styleor
of : Price, making either MONTHLY, NOTICE. ;
HEI-SEY I Mortgage.and ,
meanwhile of
i paid for enjoying use All persons concernedill nowtakpjnotice

Melbourne, Fla. ; Instrument.No! ; that six month? after date, I will j jpresent INVITATIONS,
HARRY FI&IIEU. j I extortionate prices. No Risk. No For-
to lion. Minor :S.:: Jones, County j
feiture of all cash paid Installments cannot II
It appearing from the affidavit! of b., promptly paid. Contract perfectly Judge of Brevard county, Florida my !!
Minor S. Jones complainant's solicitorhi FAIR and EQUITABLE, protecting purchasers vouchers :>s administrator with the )JnOGR.lUUES: ,

the above entitled cause. that the res- from all imposition or loss. will annexed, of Thomas New, ]late of I

pondents. Arthur F. S. Williams and Piallos&I Write us and we will point out the way to said Bievard county deceased, and that I

Ilepsey F. Williams and Harry Fisher get a fine Instrument Easily and at a how at the same time I will apply for lettersdi I STREAMERS,

. are non residents of the State of Florida, I I Price; Wonderful bargains for Fall 1888. missorv from such administration.

over the age of 21 years, and that the re Better than any before offered. Prices This )March 13, 1SS9, DODGERS
silence of Arthur F. S. Williams and ,
I \\.JI. IcCn.\cKEs,
Largely Reduced. Notice these SPECIAL
Hepsey F. Williams is unknown to affi 4S-Cmo. Administrator, etc.

_, ant, and that Harry Fisher resides in If you want to purchase a I' OFFERS 1

the City of Baltimore State of Mary-
write to the undersigned Upright Piano only $200 Xolice.
laud; therefore Piano or Organ, I I BUSINESS CARDS,

It is ordered that the said respondents.Arthur him call. 7% Octaves-Overstrung Scale-Three concerned will take notice that six '
F. .lleps.'y11- or give a i Strings-Rosewood-Fully Guaranteed All i
; F.S.Williams and -Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price, S600. months after date I will present my final
hams do plead] ; answer ,
s and Harry Fisher complainant Can sell you any of the instruments t Parlor Organ Only $65Four ', account to Honorable] Minor..Jones,County -
or demur to the said i t of Brevard Florida] and
Judge county,
Jill of complaint herein filed, on or be- of the best and lead- ; Sets Reeds-11 Stops-Couplers ; dismissing from the
r:1fur order me VISITING CARDS.
_ fore the first clar'of July A. D. 1&>9. ore Handsome Case. Catalogue Price,$200. l
execution of the last will and testament of
the said: bill will be taken as confessed, ing makers at prices that defy l:; Stool,Cover,Instructor,MusIc Book : Phineas I>. AVe bon, late of said county,
and the complainant will be li i and all Freight Paid. I
.. proceed ex-parte with his said cause. It competition. ] Other Special Offers just as good. Largest Stock deceased. WESSON
,1 is further ordered that this order be published I I South to choose from. TEN GRAND MAKERS. 1 I AGNES M. I
week for tour consecutive SAO Different Styles. Can nut all buyert. Write G0-6mo. Administratrix.XOTICE. ,
once a news'r II for catalogues,circular,and Free Copy of our new
fi., weeks in the FLORIDA I I ORDERSTO
Brevard paper "Sharps and Flats, giringfull and valuable SEND YOUR

i. (OUnty published, Florida. In Titusville, Pianos and Organs soil on the Install-I information. Thirty days after date I will sell, in i

Witness the Honorable John D. REMEMBEROUR front of the Tropical House, Titusville,
Broome, Judge of the said Court; a sWell lent Plan when desired Disconnt OUR EASY TERMS. the trunk owned by Dr. B. T. A. Har- I I THEFLORIDA-

as A. A. Stewart, Clerk of Circuit i ONE PRICE: ONLY. wood to satisfy a demand for board. Said

Court, and the seal thereof, at the Courthouse to Cinrcles on Organs. I HANDSOME OUTFITS. trunk contains a good lot of clothing,

in Titusville this 5th day of I BEST INSTRUMENTS.ALL one skeleton, some drug bottles and a

June, A. D. 1889.A. I All correspondence will receive prompt I 13 DAYS FREIGHT TRIAL.PAID.i number of medical books treating upon
A. STEWART, attention.E. MONEY SAVED ALL. surgery and anatomy and various other .
Clerk cf Circuit Court. all the sale.J. .
things. Come one. come to '::
By II. F. Atkinson, Deputy-clerk. R. WAGER, I LUDDEN&BATESSOUTHERN I). McDosNELL. Prop'r. *" -

Hixou S. JONES, 7 Titusville, Florida. I MUSIC HOUSE. SAVANNAH. GA. Titusville, May 20, 1889. JOB PRINTING OFFICE/ -
Solicitor for complainant.


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LOCAL L. COXICS. I -Mr. 0. B. Smith, of St. Augustine, I I -The Signal Service office has been .

a j I I removed to the Indian River City Hotel. of the Indian River Spelling
in this week. Proceedings
t i was town Minutes and
a the Bazar crowded? 1 with -For dwarf Cavendish i banana plants C'lav ;::::
WhyWhat means this stir in town? -Capt. II. I Dye, is in town

# Why Turner and Gardner the people's men, I t the schooner Ruby Dye, from Lake I address Mr. W. .\. Baugh, Melbourne,
14 the down. Fla. 4.Mr. and and $1.00, and every class of fine shoes
Are knocking prices Worth this week. i "Spelling class, stand up. Spell |
from 7 ::::::::
Suspenders: to ;
; Lucie in proportion.
Archibald, of St. ;
They laugh at competition, Mr. C. C. Converse, formerly resident define merchant. '
And well indeed, they may; ; pair fine white shirts 40e., 70c.. 89c.
of Eau Gallie was in town Mon- is in town this week.Fitzef31J ")r-e-r. mer c-h-a-n-t, merchant person per
For they're knocking the old-time price !, and $1.04. and tbe/iwf white shirt in j1
at reasonable -
3Irs. is stopping at Titus- who buys and sells goods a
And \they have eomt to ttay. day. -
i- read that mnll profits!' the town for $1.20; needles 2c., thread :Ire
did to Jupiter and we
; rule at present, and not go profit;
visited the
-For pineapple slips apply l to Captain Another party ocean lost week. sales.*' : 2c.:: fine J1.tepaperte.. per quire, envelopes "
Zellers, schooner Manatee, Titusville. 1! beach Sunday, :going; on sailboat to the I as stated in the STAR make quick ; 2 to 5c., very fine unruled linen pa.

1j j i landing opposite the old Haulover canal. i -Rev. James Bolton will preach at -Correct. Next! Spell ape. ; per lOc. per quire. In fact they keep 1s1
Col. II. L. Hart was in town Monday I IIrs. who has no the the
S 11 o'clocka. 'A-p-e, ape- a person everything, and from prices
Point : City Point next Sunday at I you
the river.Money ) W. H. Sharpe, of City ,
on his return from a trip down invited. brains of their own and who has to make would think each individual article was J1eJ
I and m. and 5 p. m. All are "
Monry / .' Sfaney 111 to i was a visitor to Titusville Monday, It use of other people's by aping or imitating : intended a* a :"leader. H.a\-en't you seen ;
: Ilobbin* met a number of her friends while]lere. -Lost, a l-foot din:;ey with oars. the crowds going and coming from there!
i of :
to mode doingthings
loan on real estate. Apply their actions and
the Seen May :27th at Grants Farm. Finder I I have the ;;
& Graham, Titusville.Mr. -There was another addition to I also a kind of an animal." True, my child ; seen crowds
i ; 0
; I will address P. Roller. Micco. thereomewhere, but I
Mrs. please down suP
Titusville ,
of yesterday
Xesbitt, of Melbourne, census i Next! Spell n azar:" I .,zneII l
and Mr* : been delivered of\\1\ Fla. Correct aga in. I posed, from the numbers and also the'Ba
A. Stewart having
have been staying in town a few days. : I -ba-z-a-r-zar. Bazar the place I happy expression on everyone's face,that 10DI
Mr. II. D. Pierce of Ilypoluxo i
'" bouncing baby girl. where they were organizing a picnic or pre ar.everybody bodI
home Monday. the
They returned I down on the corner by depot : !
ha been here with the sharpie Illinois declaration! of
j Mr. James McFarlane, of Lake who ing"to celebrate the JuliusGear. .\11
of A 1 quality is to bargain;: ; where
Oyster shell lime goes get
: for e\"emllbY5 expects to returnto or some equally important event
office last Friday,
offered for sale by J. S. Watson of El Worth, called at our : Lake Worth to-day. I you can buy cheaper for cash than :YOU Rut enondi aid. We had better adjourn 1

Dora. Price furnished on application. and had his address for the STAR changed can anywhere else in the State.:: Why; : and go clown there anti do our set:

to Highlands.:; X' C. where he will I Latest summer styles in ladies hats i the first-cla-s patent trading before those bargain., are all W.
lumber I lli'other I they are selling :
Florida rough (
remain until neat fall. at New York price: just received. Also I ,,
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: leather for $1.50. brogans .jc.I. gune. ,1<
.i dealers sell on the river) at $11.00 per'thousand slippers vr
Oliver & -3Iessrs..J. II. and E. M. Brelsford, I a fine line of Hamburg; edging.; : I ------ -- -_-- ==---- oI

f including drayage by of Lake Worth, were in town lat Friday I Superior rood'. at l low price can be 13che

found at )I:3 rim_euur.*. BARGAINS! !
Budge.Yr. on their way to Cincinnati to spend I BARGAINS : :
r4 Geo. Cleveland, who has been \ the summer. We received a short call Washington: avenue Titusville, Fla. tht

staring at Savannah for some time pa-t, <> while here. Mr. CR.. B. Krossiraard. editor ,
from them ;

l returned to his home at Merritt, Satur- \' -Mr. Geo. F. Miles,of Montreal, was and proprietor of the Brooklyn -Vero, Goods at Lower Prices than Ever

i d* in town last Saturday. He is connected started for his home in Brooklyn yesterday DIc

-J. A. Durst, of Crescent City, the \! much pleased with his sojourn
with the :East Coast Canal Company, very

I r pioneer well-sinker of the State of Florida -:' and it was rumored that ,he was to meet in Titusville and with the Florida cli- Now is the Time to Buy. ;

i is:! now operating at Indianola, Fla., Senator Hardee here on that: day. i mate. He hope to be able to return 1fst

where all communications may be ad- : winter. I
here ,
and information be obtained. -Mr. C. I. Cra dn. of Philadelphia i is I next We sell white shirts from 3oc to 61.00 each: Ladies Ruffling, ie Thto

dressed :joing to try for an artesian well at his Monday nisht: recorded the largest; I lSc per yard; Pearl buttons, 2c: to -'c per doz.: Towels, Co too 9e! each; !x

-Mrs. Schaefer and her two little winter resort on Lake 'Y orth. W'e 1 mail our post fficc has received in a long Handkerchiefs[ 3o to 12c each; pins, 1('; needle, 2e;: pencils. Gc to oc- Dd

daughters and maid came up on steamer learn that Mr. J. A. Durst has the con time. It wa the first through mail points, 7 for oc; Dust pan:; bet, 1kLaInp: ; chimneys. 4c r.nd 5e tCe

Whiteing Thursday. and l left Friday morn tract and is negotiating: for other work I from the north leeeived in over a week. Ieach, and many other articles at astonishingly low prices. .BtiJ;

for their home at Atlanta, Georgia, in that section. The delayva* eau-ed by the recent tb e
'4 after a visit of some month at Cocoa, in storms ever different section of the COME rift
-le5 r J. C. Telfer L. C. Harri-
which neighborhood she wiil"t r: and P. S. Johnson, of Palatka, connected country. Goods. .Je
friends.j j on We for Showing :
much missed bhtr. numerous ----------- Charge Nothing
with the J., T. & R. W. Ry.,
Manatee be chartered : \oticc.
-The schooner can U..
j : I for carrying freight. or fur trips ; were registered at the Grand View last The TIe"Y.. Sproull, of Jackson We have gone into the b11..1Lt.not for a few weeks or months iii
Saturday.: Messrs. Johnson and Harrison
T anywhere on the coast. Freight rate ville. Fla., will he.ldt'r"ice in the only. but
istin in checking up"ac- .A.NENTLY
are as :; ; PEB.
reasonable. Her captain makesa Rock church 11 and 7
always Ledge at a. m p. .
: of the at this place this -
counts company:
l. .. specialty of capturing; the manatee or wf-ck. m. the fourth Sabbath, 23d inst., and And we trust by fair dealing to merit the confidence and patronage of :j[

.t' ': & 3COlJat ,.e only to the waters of possibly, also on the fifth Sabbath, 30th' the public. r

l C South Florida. Further particular furnished : -The "Dickey birds'say there are to inst. All of our friends on the Island: Respectfully, x,t,'

r--i. by J. ".. Zellers, Titusville. Fia. be parties two weddings resident; consummated in Titusville.shortlyby One) City Point, C coa. I',:)clded e and elsewhere I S. .A. BELCHER: = Jc CO. .ch::

4 -Miss Emma Ilardee returned. Friday -: I are cordially invited to meet with I tbtC1y
of these ceremonies, however will be -
from Salem College, X. C., where : u* and enjoy a ound gopel discourse.
il performed at the former residence of I ; S" Oo. ;
' we understand she graduated. She left I I TRUSTEES.: ::
one of the contracting; parties. Thus

t heresaturday morningon steamer Cleo, '; the people of our town will miss witness- To the Great a 50O Reward New York Charleston & Florida Lines. ::
i for her home at n c1dedgt?. accompaniedb t
I ins this ceremony. Lovers.If .
her sister, the Misses Florence and ut.2.Il

Minnie Hardee, who had been on short : There was a new arrival at the Indian I you have saved the} people of Brev art I II .

: visit to Captain and Mr. R. P. Paddi-on. River City Hotel Tuesday uiorn- I and Dade counties many thousand led

i. has told : in:_ about nine o'clock, whose name did dollar, and propose to save them *o fi1
Hard and continuous study (
? We
many more-Why say,
on the features of JIis Emma, who not appear on the register; but who did your Mr. D. L. Gaulden come to U: ,

{, I looked wearied and careworn ; but ere 1 claims the greatest attention from the and begged-yes, we say begged-to consolidate .All

hourthe proprietor and family Capt. Hawley lumber yard* so as to raise the I
o11e3..$ on Indian River many ..w.w
toaw Ii is: the possessor of a boy. and he is the price of lumber $1.50 per thousand on -. ,, _:: : -- =
roseate hue on her cheeks began ._ : --- -1; no.j
in I the people that you so dearly love? and = .;--= : .! --
itself as of yore, and she soon commenced happiest: man town. 1 we bitterly refused, for we think too =- -_----:.- ---- __,_-... llo<

1 to look herself a g ain. -The steamer White male: a very much of our customers and propose to I The Magnificent Steam*bip* of this Line are ap, }intetl to ail af..IIou* : Q\

that blcs! coed run to Melbourne and return Monday stand by them as they have; always\ done I (Standard Time.) fOtI
j -During the heavy rain tll
; into by us, and think $.500 invested in
small boat -
for a taking consideration
this ection last Thursday afternoon at l lumber instead of rewards would show
New York. : From Fernandina to New York.
the rough state of the river From Jacksonville to :1I&OQrOI5.
about three o'clock, we had a hailstorm i ; the people more than they now see.
duration the ; She left at the regular;: hour in the morn- Respectfully, Oliver & Budge. Sunday June.. :. at (.(11)3. tu =SEMIYOLEcan: tt1'ston.Tneslay.Jat. .. t4at3pmm1AS..EE tw,
of about ten minutes' Tbnr.s1.. fit 9::>0 a.tu U-aH\EE, ,. Fr.ta at- pm
I about the} ize ins, and returned at 10:30: in the even SEMINOLE. S'mds". .". 9. at 1:1..10:: noon UQtOI$. .0.. .. T\1p.dJY.. .'. a at3pm fef
being '
1 largest 1 hailstones 1 : -T. Hatchett & Co. will continue to CHEROKEE, Thursday, 13,at Oar' 3. 111 SE3IISULE. FriJay. 3 atJpmIfOQrOI
marbles. It brought to mind ; in;. Capt. Buie was in command and -. S1nda 16, at 6:1'11)a. II1 CHEIOKFE Turttr, latopia.1 00SDIl
of tar .. .
: ;e : II sell lumber cheaper than firm in : at rpm
I handled the steamer with care and any \OLIThn't'dsy. .. :Oat 10:003.II1' IIOQrOI .. .. l"ridar.
of of our citizens the terrific hailstorm CHERv&EE Sund.ay. !;{. at 1j: ) noon SDU\OU:. Tuesday. 23 at3ptn 11;:
i many Florida. .. ..
judgment.At: IROQUOIS Thursday. .T. at 3:00. p. II1 CITE 1iOKEE. Fridaf. ::a at 3 pm
Xo material l
of about year aso.: .0 : :
k, I SElti\OLE Sunday 3O 4 O'J a. tag
dmuitrc done : only the tendered Dr. Dodson's dental office in the I &'Ita km ta<"\:.' a la-Uts and frasrcnt perfume. CIEROEEE Thursday July ;. at.tM: )&. IU ; all
: wa 1 1I I Price '_'5 and r' cent, soil by ukOD fi they
the Indian River City Hotel will be .trir
? of plants were injured by fallin-j: you Titus\'ille. Fla
4 For Information Regarding Freight: and Passage, applytoJ
work of all kinds done in the ,
able to get Sliiloh's C.ITt'11 inrnedutt-lr -lieve CronpWhooj
: .me Cough and Croai-Iutis, Sold by Dicksou A. LESLIE. Acect, Jacfc souvilie! ; 1, G. E I St Lucie grounded at most approved manner and at reasonable & Grey Tunsvihe, Fa. J, A STEAD.: Arf'1.t. Frruart'iDi J.hl.
-The steamer ; I JOHN L HOW\RD. F. \., Jaitscnville. F. 31 IKONMONfiEF.. T P. A_ '.acksonvie.
the inner landing at Courtney h-t Wednesday rates. lie has had an extensive and i The Rev. Geo. II. TLayer of Eourkon Ind says: \% 3I. 1*. CLYDE JL (."0.. (;t'llt.'r.llt>ut... I'i *onth A\hcr\e-s hilatlelplsia ; ;. IuW .fs"r
4 varied experience in his profession, and Doth myself: aid wife ()4e our byes t:> s-hiloh's linv 4.reeii. New York.BOBBINS tel
caused: by the Captain k.wingwp ConznmptionCure." *.Id by Dicts..:n Jc Grey Titusrille -
hat : will not abuse the confidence of any. I Fla. tht
I while a passenger's: vras over
: All should call and welcome him and Are yen made mist ral- ? i board. While attempting:: to ecure the i patron, LMzmess LfJ6. of API-It lit*, Yellow Skin? & GRAHAM :
drifted shoal, encourage him with their work. S-iioh: s lUi-z-r i'" a pi.tne Care. Sold b} Dick ,
to a
hit the steamer on ,
son A, Grer, Titasville. I'.a.Fa
where she remained until Sunday, when : -The Ladies Aid Society of the I mat

oS and Presbyterian Church. Titut idle.. will ; -

4 she succeeded in jrettin: returned

to Titusville. The St. Lucie ivffUtiicd f. serve ice cream: and tale every two ;: REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS :

"II hor regular trips to Melbourne : weeks, beginning: Thursday evening. i DY4

' again Tuesday morning Captain Joe : June 27th. Will :serve:; refreshmentsthe

r Smith in charge; Captain l>ravotoppinat 4th of July, during: the day and I :
St. Augustine: for a few week. evening. Half the proceeds will be for : '"rrROYAI. 'MQrooc ,

: Excursion rate to the ancient city. the benefit of the Titusville day school. I Loans Negotiated! on First Class Security a from I 12 to 24 per cent. (

., Tuesday, for the benefit of the Notice of the place} will beivcn here Choice lots in rapidly growing Towni,_ 111 net investors W percent le
rI next
I in twelve month. in
r after. 01f
Conductorfrom ,
> Order of Railway
Residence lots in Titusville from $20 to $1000.I .
up le
$E !.:)t O for Owins the burning of trestle .
', have been placed at : : ;: tn : a on
< i from ?2O to 82.300.
c the round trip, good for three days. Xo ; the railroad last Wednesday, near May- to

doubt a :.rood many of our citizen* will!! town, our evening; train was delayed I Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands F

,' take advantage: of this opportunity toviit : about eight: hours. The trestle caught: i i .
I. More than ::3.0uO.ounei.t.( ) of Choice Land
s located in nearly every
: .t. Augustine, and witnethe fire from a conflagration: in the woods. j .
r 1 I county in the : tate. suitaMe f,r F arming. Grazinj:. Fruit and Vegetable :fa yacht J"Wtthe rowing: match the ;irauie ; Conductor Towns backed the train to
Growing-Pine. Cyprs and Cedar Timber, price ?1 and
r of base ball, etc. In the evening:::: there i. Osteen where the passengers; remained plr"r

A ; will be a grand dance at the old fort. i: until the road hands could be brought -4KIt4G up\vardt.
P. 0. Box 250 Titu,viilr. Fiorida.
b Sail: Marco and also one at Anataia ,: from Sanford to repair the damage.: It

Island, near South Reach.Dr. ; was thought; at the time we would be I A. A. STEWART, GEO. iffROBBINSfALTER S. CRAi At.

; : without a train fora day.but the whistle Clerk Circuit Court. !>.
4 H M. Stafford formerly of the Atty. at La)1.
announced its arrival about three o'clock
k Medical Bureau of the famous Iloosac I I POWDERsou BREVARD
the following morning ABSTRACT OF COIPAE
i Tunnel in Massachusetts, has selected ; I

a place on Mcrritt's Lshivl. near Mr.&huyler -A pleasant party cnnsresated; at the e Pure. i Complete Abstracts of Title furnished! to all lands In nre-

(;. "". ,of Indianola. He came residence of Mr. M. E. Gruber. Monday yard county: Florida. 1)r

1 here for the benefit of his invalid evening where those This powder ulcer varies marvel of purity \.
son present were strength. and wievn es:ese. More economical Titles Examined and
whose health has been so restored that entertained by singing from Messrs. C. :I than the ortintlr.beJ.: % und cannot be sold in re,
competition with the !:1 ltitnol: of low teat short
4f f Indian River has almost enchanted :: Rhoads and P. S. Johnson] and instru- :; weight: alum or pher'tap powder. >>? owner Co., StrfttXew ,- .
l them. He has ordered a yacht and i mental music by Messrs. J. B. Towns !I I cau*lot: Roast;. .aking I. TOTJTU I SPECJ: : AT. OPPER de

+ iteam launch from the north and has and E. D. Raney. Before the party dispersed -I .' !
r r I). L. BODSON, New Varieties Peaches and Plums $10.00 100.
closed a contract with Mr. J. A. Durst they were invited to refreshments i M. per

t for11 artesian well on his place. Weanticipate 1 consisting of ice cream and cake at the i. All ordeS before June will be booked for fall delivery at above price for any of the
II' DENTIST, lolloping varieties : Bidwells Early and Late, Arlington, 11id\\"elrs Improved "peento. ht
to record more improvements I residence of Mrs. L. II. Decker. Everyone and Peento Peaches
: l TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA Honey ; Kelsey, O-n and other Japan Plums, budded .
on the Doctors place shortly. This I had a jolly time, and enjoyed the Office, until .gaotice .atJudianRiver on Peach or Plum stock as referred; trees three to four feet lujrh. Terms 10 per cent
week he is visiting Dr. SehoSeld at Melbourne unexpected surprise to the fullest ex-I' City Hotel I, |1 .-* ash' *w1 U *4 with order, balance- before shipment. lest bright Cotton Seed Meal, ti S.OO per ton.

Beach. I' tent. Quality of work unsurpassed! : ': -* It 8'j JOHN B. BEACH Indian Hirer Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla.