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 19, 1889


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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Eon GaHir.I Black bass fishing in the fresh water Cocoa. Now is the most pleasant time of the That Suggestion.To .

, Mere refreshing showers-but where lakes seems to be in its prime now. Windy weather and plenty of rain here year for farmers in this latitude. With the Editor of the Florida Star:

:are toe mosquitoes? The iron on the Jupiter and Lake during the past week. groves and pineapple plantations cared I too am a resident of Indian River,

Road Commissioners to Worth Railroad is laid to the head of the for and crops laid by, the happy farmercan
When are our Plenty of fruit at Cocoa now in the and am greatly pleased at the evident
road? It hoped that lake, and the contractor is only waiting sit in the shade after the daily shower
jay out our county shape of ripe pineapples and bananas. disinterestedness (?) of your correspondent -
be ready for use before the inspection and the rail- is over; can walk around the place, pulling -
the road will acceptance by Capt. R. P. Paddison and Capt. W. H. Riprap in so ably taking up the

next winter's work is upon us. road company to turn everything over to Sharpe were on hand during the railroad up an occasional weed, and watch I cudgel in defence of the Indian River

Sabbath school in the Baptist Churchon them. meeting.The I things grow. Steamboat Company. It is pleasing to

Sunday next at 10:30 a. m., Rev. H. Judge Thos. A. Poole has taken chargeof steamer St. Lucie had a hard time Messrs Walter J. Knight, W. Gibson, meet, on paper, a man who can so easily

Prince, superintendent. Let us remember Col. H. L. Hart's place and will soon Jacobs and Delaney were welcome visitors adjust the little differences between the
3f "making a landing" at Cocoa, Tuesday,,
that part of the Rev. )1 r. Bol- have more of it cleared and put in culti- on account of the heavy west wind. last week from Ercildowne, Sebas- upper dog (the Steamboat Company),

speech at the U. S. S. Picnic, "Nobody vation. tian River. Mr. Knight continued on his and the under dog (the people of Indian
's The Rev. A. W. Sproull of Jacksonville -
is toooldXo attend Sabbath School." N. M. Pitts is pushing work on the I way to Philadelphia on a summer visit, River) in the present needless fight by
will hold service ifi Rockledge; the other gentlemen returning to theirllachelors' club the under But
All {invited.iVe Cragin place. He expects several more using a on dog. your
church at 11 o'clock and 7
a. m. m.,
p. Hall at Sebastian.The .
correspondent is, I fear mistaken in one
were sorry to hear that our esteemed hundred fancy varieties of cacti from the next June 23rd. ,

townsman and hotel proprietor, north by the next boat. Sunday, Sunday School Picnic at East Mel- or two points and as a supporter of that

: The home of Senator Hardee is now bourn was a success. A large numberof under dog I beg to correct him. He saysthe
Treutler, had to undergo a surgicalrationthe Rev. E. will hold hour's
\\ Heyser an service .
removing of a small tumor 10:30 brightened by the presence of his daughter people were present and everything steamboat company can have the

hear that the beginning at a. m. every Miss Emma, who is at Rockledge for passed off pleasantly. The day was delightful mail landed at the place above or below
-and glad to patient Sunday, at his residence on his west side .
fat his ualhealth. her summer vacation. and all expressed themselves as the place they wished to work against
is doing well recovering u homestead, to which everyone is cordially
in An old bachelor, of Cocoa, says that enjoying the occasion to the utmost and have it transported by hand or muleto
The operation was invited. Sunday school is still being held
in he has given up smoking and "cuss though tired, of course. its destination. Can they ? If so,
the German Hospital Chicago. every Sunday afternoon at PostmasterGale's
Another success for our Eau Gallic ar- residence. words" and goes to church-all on account Dr. Stafford, Master Frank Stafford, truly, we had no idea that liberalhandedbut

of his fair one :Mrs Schuvler and others, from Indian- level-headed personage yclept Uncle
tfoian well sinker. Commissioner:: A. :Mosquitoes have as yet failed to put in
hardware ola have been Sam, known the world over for his
Tues- Stiling and Taylor, our merchants spending the past week at
was completed on
McMillan's a numerous only Jew
very appearance, have just received a new set of Melbourne Beach. Dr. and Master Staf !shrewdness, was so philanthropic toward
and another half million gallons
vjiv last coming around occasionally of an even-
account book, and they are the finest and ford propose to remain for some time at the said steamboat company."e have
-every 24 hours of pure, wholesome, fresh ing just to let us know that they are not
somewhere heard-like the
most complete on the river. Melbourne. The Dr. has bought a tract young man
"(alter secured for irrigation purposes.The quite all dead yet. I who had heard of the moon-of mail
of land at Indianola which he
machinery is now in Mr. J. Lapham came over to Cocoa on proposes
pipe-driving Jas. McFarlane left on the 5th for contracts and have idea that U.
to make an ideal place. Drains will be I a vague
Tuesday in his little steam launch
the Hodgson Bros. property, pretty
position on Highlands, N. C., where he usually constructed where neeesf. Mr. Durstis S., in drawing up a contract with a steamboat -
Curlew and he
and work'will be commenced as soon as brought quite a party
spends a portion of summer. He recognizes a steamboat as
every with him from Merritt. now putting down an artesian well on company
arrives and there are over
:inch tubing ,
the will also probably recreate a little in one the premises to supply water during dry a steamboat and not as a mule ; and
of the kind awaitingtheir The Methodist School
still more same Sunday picnicwas
or two more prominent northern summer spells.: Dr. Stafford has been for years I although U. S. has not seen many cen-
turn. Let the improvements on our : a "big" success, and everyone came
resorts before returning home this fall. for the Boston and Albany Rail turies you could not convince; him that
Our settlement will be independent back from the beach surgeon
river on. thoroughly pleased
go Before leaving he arranged to build on road ; is a gentleman of wealth and culture -I when he had paid a steamboat to carry a
waterworks. with their .
and improve the seven acres of east side day's outing. and is thoroughly in love with Florida mail he meant and should be content

Eau Gallic was well represented:; at the land he recently purchased from A. M. Mrs. W. H. Sharpe has returned to her and Indian River particular.Messrs. with a mule. No, we rather think U.

U. S. S. Picnic; on Wednesday last. The Wilder. SAM. home, at City Point, after a pleasant visit I I S. was somewhat more learned in the
\V. H. Whiddon, M. G. Ellis,
sharpie Belle left the Indion Riyer of a month or two in Georgia and terms contract, forfeit in default of contract -
L. K. Smith and J. Rainey started Fri
Steamboat Co.'s landing at 10 a. m. with Ilypolii.vo. Xorth Carolina. Her many friends: wel- I etc., than our friend Ripiap and
day, with-MrWhiddon's team and two
a happy party of young and old on board; A typical Florida summer day. A come her back. I we would prescribe a study of these
boats, for a camp hunt of two weeks'between
also the HoSie! H. and two other sloops good "whole-sail" easterly breeze and -Two "commercial tourists" visited I words and also of the form of a U. S.
the headwaters of Sebastian ,
.carrying their quota of people from our fragmentary fleecy cumulus clouds are Cocoa last week-Mr. Tayler, a hardwareman River and St. Johns hner.Ir.. mail contract before talking of the steam-

settlement. The Rev. H. M. Prince had drifting slowly westward. The insectsare from Jacksonville; and Mr. H. G.Appel Whiddon returned on Sunday, having boat company being able to "do as they

charge: : of the Sunday .School. Amongthe giving us a Sunday rest and "thereare -a stove man, from Savannah, Ga. walked the twenty miles in search of his please to."

ladies present were Mrs. Treutler, no flies on us." Both were successful in selling goods to team of mules, which got away from Riprap is, we fear, ignorant of law

Miss Piazzi, Miss Lena Roesch and the The Barton & Dimick guava jelly our merchants.One them. )Whiddon is a good walker, terms, but as he doubtless adopts ahat

greater number of of our Superintend- factory is approaching completion, and of the pretty sights on Indian having beat the runaway team, which nom de plume with some object. Let us

ent's bible class. The party returned in all our guava trees are fuller than e'.erof River is that of a charming young girl have not yet arrived and were not, of I look it up: "An engineer's term, mean-

safety about 5:30 p. m.,after a very pleasant bloom and fruit in anticipation of the sailing a spirited little cat-boatacross the course, seen on the road. ing loose stone used to protect an em-

day which it is hoped may become event. The belt extends from bankment against water.' Truly com-
guava river to Cocoa, each afternoon, for her Now is asplendid time to set out sweet
.ul annual affair. Dr. Hughlett, of Rock- West and in fourteenyears' parisons are odorous, Dogberry hathit
Jupiter Key a mail. Sue manages the little yacht Rest- Have beds prepared
, deserves thanks for this initial potatoes. your for let his metaphor to its
ledge, our residence this I have us carry
, on coast less as well as any old "tar. slightly depressed in the middle, then
effort on his true meaning. The embankment is the
part. .
never seen one injured } y the cold. The railroad meeting was held on June take pieces of the vine about 18 inches I:
steamboat and the water is
With reference artesian wells the company
to The sloop Deerhound, with the genial 14th, at Hill's Hall, Cocoa and was very long, lay across the beds from 12 to 18

,jBivar/urer and Builder says: 'The Geo. Hunt in command, comes flying largely attended. Matters seem to be inches apart, with a stick with a V shaped public opinion ; but the embankmentnot
constructed for the
seehersafter and recreation in theiorthern
down to give our quiet settlement a progressing satisfactorily, and more stockis notch cut in the end, rounded off w> as
have ments of the stream dams it a little,
the United States up
part of call. Aboard are E. X. Dimick and being taken daily by our most prosperous not to cut the vines, placed in the mid-
and the becomes greater
flocked( to Florida, where the Spanish family, Geo. Lanehart and ditto. Genial townsmen. Capt. Shaw came from dle of the vine, push down till the ends as pressure

cavalier, Ponce de Leon, sought the George having no ditto he won't come Jacksonville to represent the Du Bary protrude from 2 to 4: inches above the rap steps in to protect the embankment.But .
Riprapis no safeguard against a flood
fountain of youth over three and a half ashore. Our pleasant friend, Captain Line, as Major Geo. Cecil was unavoid- surface. The stick should be long enoughto
and we fear that unless the shape of the
centuries ago. In the grounds of one Dimick, owner of the famous Cocoanut ably detained by business. allow the stickcst to stand upright.
embankment be modified it be
seriously -
the extensive hotels is an artesian Grove House informs us that the new Vines be out much
The Sidewalk Committee were much can put more rapidly injured.I .
twelve inches in diameter and over 1,400 40xGO addition to his hotel is three than draws from the
up pleased this week by receiving 10 in (sprouts potatoes, have occupied too much of your val
feet in depth, which delivers over 10,000- stories and the roof going on this week, such planted north will
cash to help finish the laying of the co- as are ), yield as uable space, and will conclude by advising -

000 gallons of water per day. This water but it is questionable, even then, whether quina walk from "A Friend" who, although early and much more abundantly. River Riprap if he again enters the fieldin

i*applied directly under a turbine watershed he will have room for all his guests next not a resident of Cocoa, wishes to moss, with the sand listed over it, forms this: defence to adopt a more familiar

which covers the well and operates -' winter.It most excellent]] fertilizer.
show his will towards our little a
the dynamos that the electricity good title, and sign himself Veneer, or, better
generate is stated as a fact that in days of town and encourage the spirit of im- still Charity because that know
for illuminating the hotel and Jlr. 1!11 tlge'M Reply to Jlr. (. uldeu. you ,
yore-ten or twelve years aqo-the Lake provement manifested by the committee.Mr. covers a multitude of sins-and successto
spacious of Editor Florida Star
groundThe temperature Worth man could be distinguished from A. J. Weinberg and Captain Charles : the Indendent Line is the cry of a

&e water is: increased about one degree the ordinary mortal by the fact that he Schoonmaker kindly paid in $2 each as Please publish for me the following SUFFCREH.To .

for every fifty foot of depth and the was bare-footed. The reprivarites, envious per their promise; and Dr. Schofield few lines to help out Mr. Gaulden's ..

temperature of the present discharge of in his in last issue. the Great $50OLovers. Reward
of our luxurious peculiarity, would promptly paid his promised $10.50 also. memory replies your :
the well i is 86 degrees. It was intended While the $500 reward ad i is personal, it .
gravely inform the enquiring stranger We hope to have more "promised work"paid

to carry the well to a greater depth, but that we were Web-footed. It was a"fowl" up during the week. Come on, is not unfair or misleading, as every line If you Dade have saved the people of Brevanl
counties thousand
the loss of the tools caused the abandon- I of it is true.Ir.. Gaulden must have and so many
and "we'll and do let it be
allegation, turn up our young gentlemen, not dollars, and propose to sa\'e them so
ment of the work in its present state. toes" any time with the allegator ; solid said that you are not "men of your word." had a bad dream and dreamed that Oli- many more-Why ? We say, Why

This method of,uajpg the flow from ar- fact, if I am-phibious at times. But, ver & Budge were going to put Florida did your )[r. D. L. Gaulden come to us
bian of waterwheels and begged- we begged-to consolidate
wells for the say
7 operation alas! those happy days are fled. The Melbourne. pine lumber down and monopolize the ye '
lumber raise the
yards so as to
. is:: not without precedent, as the civilization-the ad- rain lumber business, as they never stated
march of Another very heavy on Saturday. price of lumber $1.50 per thousand on

water from a number of artesian wells on vent of the dude and his congener, the I Rowboats filled more than half full of any thing of the kind. In Mr. Gaulden's the people that you so dearly love? and

the Continent has been used for that purpose dudeen-has changed it all. We are rain water. proposition to consolidate, I did admit we bitterly refused, for we think too

and also for The artesian for much of our customers, and propose to
heating. "done that would be a good thing; as
"un-done, and our feet are up" from the indications, the rainy
Judging stand by them as they have: always
ell used for
; at Grenoble have been Mr. Gaulden to me as follows
according to the dictates of fashion. Box season:: has begun, Sunday and :Monday explained by us, and think $-300 invested in
beating the hospital in that place, and toes, high French heels-miser and de- being continuously rainy. I any one could !see it would : He statedif I lumber instead!' of rewards would show

iu Wurtemburg large manufactories are formity. Our protesting and cornless we would consolidate we could get the people more than they now see.
Seated It is We notice a flower stalk of a century that Respectfully, Oliver & Budge.T. .
in the same way. proposed feet arc forced into the close embrace of 13.00 per thousand for lumber we .
to sink other wells in various parts of plant towering above the roof of BaalamlIen's now sell for $11.50, and if Mr. Gauldenwill
it is difficult matterto
the brogan ;. so now a and half house Crane Hatchett & Co. will continue to
Florida, in the hope that the same water- the Lake Worth from .\ story a on think just: a moment, ]he knows i
any side-shoots form- sell lumber cheaper than any firm in
Baring strata may be reached. The sup- other Cracker, unless the subject of his Creek numerous when he made the proposition to me, I Florida.

I ?ty from the present well is remarkable home is mentioned, when "the fat is in ing. told him then we could not consolidateand
&r its of force." We notice in Crane Creek harbor Mr. :Mr. Oliver Thirty-one votes, we believe, was the
. steadiness and continuity. the fire" instanter, for )Ir. Web-foot will : there was no use to see ,
: Turner has been number polled, yesterday, to determine
solemnly declare that his place is a paradise Turner's sharpie.Ir. as he was:; doing his tall urging, or "beg

I-siUc.Worlli. the Gulf i busy for some time past, we understand, ging," as I put it, for Web-ster's: definition -II whether the town of Titusville should
-bounded tins, the east by I. lots 8 and 10 of block 9 in this town
I Point. He has returned hereto buy ,
Some rain. Stream, and north, south and west by at City I of "to beg" is to ask earnestly,and if 'I
and also the schoolhouse and furniture
Cool and take charge of his father-in-larc's place at Mr. Gaulden had been asking for his life
know, accounts
pleasant.Building which
sheol, you I
thereon, and rent, profits, etc. Seventyfour -
Creek.Watermelons. .
dune it
Turkey he could not have more earnestly.And
ahead lively "the' milk in the cocoanut.
going very votes would have been a majority-
and muskmelons have I
in RUTllVEX. i as to my expressing a willingness to
prospect. been in town for sometime past ; in fact, I consolidate, it islike his advertising Georgia -Miss Hester E. Swain, who has had

V few people still left on the lake. the muskmelon crop is about over. Tomatoes lumber and selling Florida; and asto i charge of Mr. G. B. Rtimph's millinery

Judge Thos. A. Poole left for the northn Would you?exchange your pale cheeksfor I and summer squash still yield newspaper flings, Mr. Gaulden, who com- I and dressmaking department since its .
the 10th, but will be back again. Johnson's rosy Tonic vitalizes the blood,enriches their fruit to swell the variety of vegeta- menced it? Who did you say? Oliver I opening, left for her home at Lakeland,

Capt. Hammon arrived with the Ina a it. It has no equal as an appe- : bles. : & Budge never handled Florida pine Fla., Saturday, and we learn that when

few days, ago from the B. I., It.Dr. tizer. Try it, and, if not satisfied, your We have no mosquitoes Jet though until they got it to doctor the "Actual she returns to Titusville she will be Mrs.

W. A., Arthur and Otho N. lIar- money refunded. Cures every form of they must come soon if the rains con- 'I' Defyers," and they put a living profit on Walker, as her marriage is to take placeat

Zen left on the 13th for their land up on fevers. tinue. Horse-flies are nearly all gone; it; and perhaps Mr. Gaulden's informant the Presbyterian church, Lakeland,

l' tc Locohatchee. -- : fish are choice and abundant; cool nights can tell him that 0. & B. have plenty Tuesday evening, July 2nd. Mr. J. R.

Eo B. Plunkett is now located on hid I : Messrs. J. W. and J. \"offordJ of ; and pleasant,breezy days. Truly, blessed I lof it and that they are here to stay, also. Walker should feel proud atobtaining bo

homestead Lake Sunset, about a-mile Fort Mason, were guests of the Grand : are the' dwellers on, beautiful Indian I Respectfully.F.. charming young lady as a partner of

on ; ; River II T. BUDGE. his joys and woes for life.

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2 THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, JU-N'E 19, 1SS.Journalist's .

(' haunted him. He certainly had "met his uncle Archer bell one morning, determined f!j though to take her with bio.

that woman somewhere but where he to "have it out with Bessie* ; "You infernal scoundrel," &i.1

: TAKEN BY SIEGE could not tell He thought of putting as he expressed it, and learn whether it flinging him across the room with

himself in her way some day, to see if was because she cared for some one else hand, for Bessie was clinging to hi(1
for him. James the arm "by your finger oa this hdi
f she recognized him. but then he remembered that she didn't care ,
.,, that he did not want to be recognized Archer factotum, answered the bell, and 111 dash your brains out against ':
smiled smile
NO he avoided meeting her, told him that Miss Bessie was out; but, O'Hara a of fOrgi
though his curiosity was aroused to the seeing an expression of disappointmentpass as one who felt sorry to see an

The Story of a Young Experiences highest pitch. This mysterious lady was over Archie's face, he added, "1 young gentleman possessed of so

dressed in mourning and wore a long don't know though but you might find a temper.

I : in Nero I York. thick crepe veil and he noticed that she her, sir; I heard her order William to urn take charge of this gen .
said Martin stepping to
No. East Fourth street""No. up 01h.'a
camp in a hired coupe which waited for drive to -
East Fourth street! Are displaying his "Deis
ti ---,X.----- her a few doors away. you
While awaiting developments La: theCostello sure you heard aright, James?" I arrest you for the murder of P.c.t

Copyright by J. B. Lippincctt Ccmpary, Phila-ia'ph-., axd Published by case Rush had plenty of time to "Yes, sir perfectly; and if you'll ex- EffingtonrCostello'a

Special Arranreceiit throoh the Anpric*.*: Prss Aaiafiom. think. He would have had time to read, cuss me savin so, sir, I remember: it face becarna livil: ___..
too. if he had wanted to, but he couldn't partickler because I was surprised that crouched against the wall, but soon: tens*

t I 'I"f -. bring his mind to it. As a usual thing Miss Bessie should be goin' to such a voice to speak.

i he could find diversion in "Henry Es- neighborhood." "You have mistaken your t:1.

,, So he"thr w Amy letter in the fire ci;;iia .-----ere They were cli::r.t_ .*.: ...uJcid mond.** but somehow or other he could "It's all right, no doubt James; she good sir. 31y name is Dionysios ern:

and. walking over to the sideboard ref t r7 inight be. if ti.?;: any not keep his mind on the page. He could must be going to visit some poor people; and I never before heard tha ruler c(

poured out half a glassful of brandy and chg.-"t.i in ii-velry. John".-* ve .. :.-. v.ascf '' read no name but that of Helen Knowlton you know Miss Archer very charitable. the lady mention If you win!

drank it slowly Then he took a mouth- tiding L-f: with A=.:-. ;:-._ hez'z.z' in the lines before him, so he set the ." ,- cuse me I will bid you good mOn. i: I
J ful of ice wi"ter. lighted; a cigar, and am an artist, and I have a d 3t
sir charitabler ;
R ; .:fl i -iep the conveTneay: boo: aside and thought. He thought of "Indeed she ;a more
t I throwing himself in a big chair. began ** sitter waiting at .s uto."
frrni t_is trou-'.!.i as lung a.; ;_._--i >lz. the woman's wonderful fascinationsher young lady I never know'd. my A1d"
; ll to think again. ::LL"i : InJ e::ten :YIr roils beauty of face and figure, the set of So Archie ran down the steps and made a step towards the door.
"Hang it all! can't a man get away Martin had no thought of lego '
:.::.i ruui: f.: :Ir tea. theyxiiiJ ;...y mustbe : her head upon her neck, the round white- James shut the door.
from his thought: he muttered aloud. *" but he didn't mind
(-if t.) :.!.t. 'chow snJ t1 r-y expected ness of her arms and their exquisite "This is some of Mr Pryor's work. playing witll
1 ,t', As he rose impatiently from his chair -..:. ... .-:cxnpaiiy them. Amy wanted texture. for once by an accident his hand said Archie to himself. "She has drabgbedBessie a moment.

a again his eyes fell upon easeL the large" photograph oni-- '.;.* ..: .::s,:j t'.i .-41ne Liij.N.'r::.:.i.intters; had touched: her arm, and h2 had never off to some of her mediums. A " is not Dennis
: of Leoni on the : the sensation he nice business, by Jo'\"e-tho daughter of you say
my own-my wife: I haven't seen you she said blushing,and did hope he could forgotten experienced.It Tillinghast Archer visiting a den in "No, sir. my name is not Ikm e:..
had touched dam-
R for days my darlin Poor girl: I'll go go with them. John pulled out his was as though ho a East Fourth street Its outrageous! Til tello; and with your permission I r!
this And. his watch, and. with an expression of ask rose just picked from some cool garden "
moment. taking genuine
4 see you stand out in front of the damned place take my leave. As he advanced tOW1.i
Fl hat and he walked over to annoyance on his handsome face spot-
top coat the door Rush made a moves
in of trouble. And :
and be
ready case *
Broadway. There he hailed a coupe and said that it was just his hard luck; if he He thought of all her little ways; of him but
}. he turned his aristocratic feet towards though to stop Martin
drove the Cellas" had only known of their coming in time her true womanliness, with its strangecombination I
F4 at once to Signer that unaristocratic of the town. at him and at the door, the knob rf
Cella had not left his bed y(:. he was he could have arranged the matter but of childlikeness; of her posi- quarter which Costello hastily turned. As
t Rush. Martin the detective and the t
tion in the world of the men who, if ,
suffering a good deal of pain. Signora as it was there was no help for it. There ; Johnson in state of I door opened the giant form of Johasca
in madly man were a great
there anything gossip, were -
had gone to the market-to Washington was an important meeting at the Mutual appeared in the halL
in lo with her of West Hastings in excitement this morning. They had
Dividend office that would ;
market. she made such good bargainsthere at noon prob- "
.1t last:; exclaimed Johnson
heard Mine Countess de Paris R_
!J particular and his probable relations to Fanny, ,
last all There however
and had such a variety to select ably day. wodd. face was almost black with "
her. Could it be possible that she really telling one of her confederates that sheexpt.'Cted rage. 11
from. John sympathized with Signor be a recess for lunch and at half last: Dennis Costello, murderer of R..t
loved this cold, selfish man of the world, Costello there that very monl-- :
Celia pains, but he thanked heaven past 1 he could join them at Delmonico'sand Effington, I have got your!
whose only attractions were his wealth in;; that he was going to bring a young
Washington market was not a bloc bring Rush with him. It would bea Martin forward and re1e
and a certain polish that Ion; contact lady with him. "a great swell" whomhe sprang
farther up town. He could have Leoni real old fashioned family gathering. Costello's throat from Johnson'sfor
all to himself for once, and he liad not ]Iin I the mean time he would put them in a with society had given him? She was wanted to marry; that her father wasa he didn't want justice to be
a of better And then ho man of wealth, but that both he and caw
worthy a
I seen her for so long that he felt he could I carriage and instruct the driver carefully witted in this way. Costello saw.

never see enough of her. How beauti- so they need have no fear of betting wondered at his own conceit. Whereinwas the mother were prejudiced against !1 there was no use in denying his idetq

ful she was and how he loved her-for lost and he would join them punc- he more worthy than West Hastings Costello discredit.although Costello they,on knew the other nothing hand to, !! any longer. Johnson knew him and it

the time being! tually at half past 1. ? He might not be quite as selfish determined to ma.nher.. She had knew Johnson.!: He stepped back out cfkij :
Leoni was at first disposed to show a Amy was disappointed, but she bore certainly he was not as cold but he had was Him sufficient encouragement to ; assailants% reach and gently touched laj
little coolness and take John to tak for her disappointment bravely. She felt neither the polish nor the wealth of his given j throat with his fingers: as though to
make him believe that he could gefc her j i see
having stayed away from her so long; sure that John would have gone with rivaL "The polish be hanged:"' he said let ; if any harm: had been done.

but he was an expert at making his them had it been possible. He had got to himself; "but the wealth I'll have or and through she was his fingers.too great"I a prize am: to to give slip her I I Your friend is a brute my dear sir,'

peace with women and Leoni was soon to be such a man of business now; and perish in the winning. Perhaps not so said he turning to Martin "I tbW
the benefit of a trance, in which I am, to
placated. What a happy two hours they he really had the worried look of a man much; but if I can't earn enough moneyto for assistance"
tell her that it is written in the stars that you your
I had: John forgot all about Amy, the who is" bothered by his affairs. He keep my wife in the manner she has "Don't talk about brutes
certain and then you Dew
she is to
a man
'f Mutual Di\'idendand the rest of his troubles : looked well though, in many ways. Hei been accustomed to and take her off the marry ; Costello who could murders
.Y Til describe Cos. She will be overcome : a
ti and thought only of the moment. i was stouter than when he left Farmsted, stage, I'll try some other business."
: by the coincidence, while I will take non inoffensive woman is too vile a brute to>>
He told Leoni that he would: be at the : and his complexion was ruddier; but shedidn't Then he would weigh his chances in
( otice of it. but on and tell of the live. I have traced this story to ia eat
that to fetch her home 1 quite like the expression of his go
Academy evening case the was clear, and in the mornings -
I have found the
and murderer d
will union
that of you
teat things come
I 4 and he kept his word. Signora Cella insisted eyes. It was restless and not at all hap- when he felt bright and the world :foreordained' heaven" And Mme. Rose Efnngton." And Johnson looted
his in and i e seemed to be in the best of
upon coming having looked easy to conquer, he would feel muchoasthougb
ispirits broke into harsh very was going to fj
Fanny vulgar
a laugh.
supper with them, and he accepted the j however and his manner was greatly encouraged. Other days he at Costello throat again.
invitation with eagerness. His evening about the same. He had not kissed her would feel so blue and despondent that "And where do you come in? Whatdo "
"Of {ihe two of us, said Cost lk
{ was almost as happy as his morning had I when she came in, but he kissed her as if he had not been young and healthy he you get for this job?** asked her confederate : quietly, "I think that our violent fries

been. Ho had been happier that day he led her down stairs and she was sat would have ended his doubts and misery 1 here looks the most like a murderer. E

than he thought he ever could be again I isfied. So Amy and her mother went by jumping off the dock. But for some "Oh, just you leave me alone for that. accusation is false. I Till not deny o

t i after the receipt of Amy's letter. j to buy the trousseau, and John went reason or other these dark days were few, Cos has promised me a good slice out of i acquaintance with the lamented
k The next day, as he sat over hi3 late i j down to the office of The Dawn to see if and as a rule he looked upon his success the dot.
Effin ton, but I deny that I had
breakfast thinking of Leoni and the day he could find Rush. He was not there, ,, with Helen Knowlton as merely. matterof "Cos': promises are not selling above hand in her untimely taking off. It va U1

; before his valet entered the room bearing I he was off on his detective work; but, as time. He had heard Aunt Rebecca par nowadays, and don't you forget it." a clear case of suicide girL"

a telegram. Supposing it was from I luck would have it, John met him just say that Helen was in no hurry to marry, "You needn't abuse Cos to me. He :} You will have a chance poor to provetla

)Mortimer who always communicatedwith I turning into Fourth street, and capturedhim and that she would not entertain the sub- pays up when he can but living with the
in the courts if can; in the meantime
him by telegraph, owing to his inability for the lunch. ject seriously until after she had "made swells is an expensive luxury and takes i you 1
I must ask you to come with me, and
II I to write, John tore it open carelessly I They were a merry party at Delmoni- her career." Just what Aunt Rebecca almost all he can earn."
; am afraid you will have to wear these/
tossed the envelope in the grate co's. Amy was delighted to be with meant by this phrase he did not know The other gave a grunt of contempt said Martin, taking a pair of hondcaf
and read: John once more, John was delighted to but it seemed to make his chances better, which showed that she did not share '
from his
;i }[n. EjU and Any left on 6:30 train for New have Rush along to make tho conversation and he thought of it every time one of Mme. Fanny's good opinion of Costello. pocket.
"I will with if it is
York. Please meet them. GEOBGC E.russ..F general, and Rush was delighted to his despondent moods came on. Still Rush's indignation waxed high at this I' go" you any accco

> John turned pale but he said, coolly see that all was well between John and his chances did seem to be pretty poor conversation, and he said to Martin that modation, replied Costello, "but dealask

enough "All right, Antonio. Tell the Amy. Once he turned the conversation compared with those of West Hastings, if he could get hold of that poor girl he i me to wear those. I can't bear toI

boy no answer." And Antonio left him towards the opera, for he was thinking and when ho thought of Helen's approaching would warn her in time. I see a man with bangle on his wrists;it

t to his thoughts. He looked at his Helen; but John turned it in another direction 1 trip to Europe with Hastings "You would get no thanks" repliedthe ;' is really too effeminate. Besides, I thccU!

ii I watch. It was' 11 o'clock. The run for he was thinking of Leoni. as a passenger on the same ship, his heart detecti"e.u".omen have to find : like to smoke a cigarette, with your p?

from Farmsted was not more than The lunch party was a success, and sank within him. those things out for themselves." mission." And, taking a Honradez frco

sI two hours. They must bo sitting when it broke up John asked Rush to put Archie Tillinghast, too, was in despair They talked awhile on general subjects a little case in his pocket, he rerolledasJ

'2; waiting at the station now poor the ladies on the train, as he had to return over the affairs of his heart. Bessie and smoked a cigar apiece. When lighted it. "Now, sir, if you are ready,

1 things. Ho would send his valet with to that tiresome directors meeting.So Archer seemed to get farther away from they had finished they heard footsteps : I am. Before I go however, I rfx*'

'! f\ excuses for his unexpected absence from he shook hands with Amy and Mrs. him every day. Her interests were not on the stairs and a peculiar rap onMme. I like to have one word alone with tka .

:: J..t: town. He arose hastily to ring for Antonio Bayliss, and left them in Rush's care his interests and she was becoming more Fanny's door, which was quickly | lady" motioning with his cigarette towards -

when that noiseless attendant entered congratulating himself upon the way and more intimate with O'Hara and Mrs. opened. A whispered conversation '| Bessie, who only clung the tights

11:1 tho room. "Two ladies to see sig- everything had passed off. He really did Pryor-a pair for whom Archie had the ensued, carried on in very' low tones.. ; to Rush's arm.

nor; would signor see them:" As the have business at the Mutual Dividend office most violent contempt.: \hatcould pos This was followed by one voice speaking.The i I "You scoundrel said Rush, 'do\

;,.. .' man spoke, John saw Mrs. Bayliss and and Mortimer-was cursing him at sess a clever, refined girl like Bessie, that men in the back room could hear you dare even to turn your eyes in tif!
Amy in the ball It was too late to escape -I that moment for being He direction."
i very away. < sho should associate so intimately with nothing that was said, but they had come
; it so he went out to meet them, and hurried back and the two were locked these two? He put it down to disease- to know the front room sounds pretty '! "As you will," said Costello. "I &

t brought them into the room holding I up until after midnight in the private 1 a disease of the brain, induced by misdirected well, and they recognized :Mme. Fanny's ,f sorry to have offended you, Miss Arcbet

UI each one by the hand. He was so glad to lice, long after Amy Bayliss Iud fallen mental activity. She craved in. trance voice. For a moment Mme. ; I think I could have explained away thn

, ,,_,' see them, and so mortified to think he asleep though the excitement of the day : tellectual excitement: and, as there was!: Fanny ceased speaking and they heard a mystery you had allowed me; but I

t hadn't met them at tho train; but the kept her awake unusually late and long little to be got in the ordinary course of man's low tones. Johnson sprang to his ; never force my society upon a lade

telegram had not preceded them by three after Leoni had thrown her tired body her life, she sought it in unnatural chan Good morning and good-by.** And k

t. minutes; here it was. And he fished the I on her little couch to rest and dream of 1 nels. Bessie Archer was a girl of strong feet."By heaven, that's Costello voice! I made a courtly bow as he reached tb:'

.Ii envelope from the hearth and showed her husband. character but her strength had never would know it in hades!" door. Then turning suddenly, he nit

:'- them the date of its receipt at the New I i i been properly developed. As Archie said, ; Martin put his hand over Johnson's : "How rude of me! I had forte
t;' York office. "The company ought to be CHAPTER XTI.the. "she had a morbid hankering after 'the mouth and whispered to him to keep : Fanny. Fanny, my dear, where are jc-

'tfg .t'\ sued for such delays," he said. '! N meantime i great Why? and the lesser 'Why Not still or he would spoil everything. Rush, are you going to let your Cos>go with

-tr.: Thus he rattled on, while the ladies: let the work of unearthing and between the two she fell to the floor." ; too, became very much excited, for Invoice : saying good by?* .

their delighted eyes wander about the I the Helen was too much absorbed in her sounded very familiar to him, This was too much for 3.Ime. Fang

:t1 room. They had neither of them ever murderer of Rose I profession to give any time to occult though he could not place it. In a moment : who had hid behind a curtain when'

t ;::tttf been in the apartments of a wealthy Effington was becoming i philosophies, so she and Bessie had not Mme Fanny went on with her : trouble began. She loved Costello in k*

a- :3- bachelor before, and they were astonished I 1i, more in- : been much together of late. Helen had trance, and then for a few minutes there : way, and she knew enough about tij

.i ."_' t.t at his luxuriousness. John blushed I t e r e sting. The not only something else to think about, I Ii I was a pause. The three men stood by 1 Effington affair to know that she wcc*

t .' to the roots of his lair as his eyes fell man Johnson had i but her mind was too well balanced to the door. Martin was to give the signalto never see him again. With the tee:

;;4. upon Leone portrait. lie inad'etomo I Ii come in from the 'j have any leaning towards these follies of Rush to burst it open, and Johnson j, streaming down her painted cheeks s**

_i it excuse to attract their attention to an- J lowest, and was *Ii. idle brains. She tried to take an interest ; was to stand by :Mme Fanny's hall door her hair awry, she came out from bellthe

pulled ; sharing the vigils i in them for Bessie's sake, but the more i! to prevent Costello escape. The three I curtain and was in the act of thro
. ; 'i a bit of drapery over the photograph, I .c )t' of Rush and Martin : men were screwed to he1
I r ;--:= she saw the less she cared for them."Didn't up a high pitch of ing herself upon his bosom when
f '. but not before Amy had seen that it was I I 1 1 The journalist t it ever occur to you, Bessie," i excitement as they stood silently waiting i s her gently back.

t a ballet dancer in tights. "Dear John t Jr- and the de- I she said to her friend, "that if there the word of command. Suddenly they j "Don't be demonstrative, Fa

r. ; was so considerate of her. He might tec t i v e anticipated i was as much in these 'isms' as you think i! heard a sharp, quick cry from a woman's it's vulgar, my deuTaJdn;her ,
: have the picture of a dancing girl in his I an early denouement. They were i t
.. ; i there is, a different class of people would voice: !i "Good-by; you have been a fI
room-all men did have uch pictures- assured of one thing, which was that the i I! "Don't touch "
... I | be interested in them? that scientists me Help help! I friend. And putting his armMartin's tkfl1*
'I. 1 but when his fiancee came in his first I apartment of Mme Fanny, Countess de i rather than scatterbrains would be their Rush recognized the voice in a second, he left the room, followed *

t thought was to hide it from her sight: i Paris was the place where they would t investigators?** But Bessie replied that and his blood ran cold in his veins. ; Johnson, who did not intend that 0:1:
; Even the photograph of a ballet dancer, be most likely to capture Costello. Martin i Without for 3
| some of the most intellectual people she waiting Martin's signal he tello should escape him this time.
>: he considered, polluted the air the had had worked up a number of clews, had I II I the edge of his in
j ever met were believers in the un1 put jimmy the crack Fanny threw herself upon the t
f to breatha" and he was thoroughly satisfied that I'1 seen. Helen saw that argument would : of the door and gave it a fierce wrench. sofa and Rush hurried Bessie out ofd

Amy apologized for coming to his Costello would be caught under 3.Ime.Fanny's be useless; all she could do was to wait i i It rolled quickly back on its hinges, and room, saying: "This is no place forJa

i rooms but her mother took th i + saying she had to him because she been a lover of Mme. Fanny, and that I stood before him.
i V,.. come turn. Rush forgot all about :will take you, of course."
was so frightened at being in New York although he bad lost his taste for her. Owing to his love for Bessie, Archie i the man he was looking for and sprang : "The carriage is waiting for me af"

I H alone. where neither she nor Amy had she was still enamored of him, and for could not possess his soul in patience.He ; to the woman's side. doors below,** said Bessie in a trem!**

r ;} ever been before. John blamed her in the sake of seeing him occasionally and wanted to strangle O'Hara, throw I I "In God's name,Miss Archer,what are : voice, speaking for the first time. ,

his kindlest manner for linking 1 an being in his confidence she was even Mrs. Pryor out of the window, and fighta you doing here?" he exclaimed,in horror. i They soon found it, and Bessfek .

i apology necessary, and at once busied willing: to help him in his affairs with duel with Rush. On this last point he Pale and trembling, Bessie clasped his Rush got in and drove off. .

himself about brewing them a pot of tea. other women. had some doubts, for he couldn't exactly arm, too nervous and frightened to | But not unseen. 1..J .

''I He was a tea drinker himself, and he indulged What most surprised Rush about this make out a case against his friend. speak. But Costello,who was none other Besides the ragged urchins who

;. II in the very best teas. There were establishment of Mme. Fanny's was He had an idea that Bessie was more than O'Hara,stepped'forward,and in his along the curb gazing at the m

: t French rolls, too, and little balls of Darlington that apparently respectable women visited than partial to him, yet he bad to; ac- low, oily tones said: sight of a fine carriage and a...... ,
.J. eli butter. Antonio set the table for it. They usually came closely knowledge that he had never seen Bush "This lady is in my care, Mr. Hurl- and gentleman in East Fourth i -

.! them with John's daintiest dishes, and' : ,veiled and there was one whom he hadseen playing the role of lover. With these stone; I will see that she gets "nome insafety. there was a man.standing in the k j, :

John vraited upon them_in his! most gj-aj- I as shejaassedhis door whose figure thoughts rankling! his breast he rang ." And he put out his hand as I I of the house across the_ way who2"*.*."J


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his teeth. This wassad I I said that. she died in a miserable tenement conspicuously to that great man's atten- -
n Tt n Tillinghast who had been hauntLneisbborhoodforthe I in Newark, N. J. How she 1 tion. Rush knew enough French to I him a few hints, which fell upon good I Rush fully realized that Helen was going
! last half I there soil, for they have borne fruit a hundred The active preparations for
l no one knew t away.
I nor what caused her read the French papers, and he could I "
jug He bad kept his eye on No. j death. Some thought it was from malpractice I make out fairly well with the Italian ex fold. departure gave him the most melancholy

boUt.n the carriage. He had not seen : ; others, that she had taken her changes. I Rush's singing had certainly made a I feelings, which it required all his manhood -
J''all" I I sensation and would not let him off him from When
her out they to keep betraying.
in, but had seen come own life; others, again, that she had I "Why don't you study German?" said I
' I until he had another into the bell and the order "All ashore!"
that she , Rte He saw was been murdered. Helen, when Rush told her of his new sung song i rang

as andtightly anitated, and that she clung 'I I j Then Rush told the romantic story of I position and his plans. "You will find which he threw even more passion than was shouted he had serious thoughts ofstaying
What did it the ho did into the first, for it was "Bid Me
to Rush's arm. man now in jail accused of her i it a great help in your profession." i aboard and taking his chances,

Had Rush Hurlstone, his friend, I murder; how under an assumed name I Rush, delighted to think that she took to Live. but the impulse was only momentary.

am.' ID had always supposed to be an ; he had lived a double life and interest in his make "If Dick Griswold had ever sung to :
at the enough affairs to a He was the last of Helen's friends to say
Bessie Archer me like that, remarked the vivacious
G'homble gentleman taken I time of his arrest was the most popular I practical suggestion, secured a German I good-by to her, and when he took her
? It looked Mary Dick to Uncle Lightfoot, !wouldn'thave
slow fortune teller's rooms I painter in New York city, with half tho teacher the very next day and went to hand her eyes were filled with tears.

.to much like it. The world had in. I young women of wealth and fashion i work with a will. Somo of the older I kept him "waiting so long for an : Tears did not disfigure Helen's eyes; on

deed c one, wrong. Whom could one I waiting to sit to him for their portraits. :. men on The Dawn smiled at his enthu I answer West as Hasting I did. didn't enjoy this part of i i the contrary, they heightened their .

r this?. I Rush was wrought up to a high pitch ofexcitement ; siasm. I charnx. How he longed to take her in

loyal grieved to the heart, miserable and i and his pen flew across the "Why, my dear fellow, you may be put the performance at all, and remarked to his arms and kiss them away! What ho

,Archie went down to the officennhapPy I paper. lIe threw in just the right I: at police reporting to-morrO\-"OU can't Bessie Archer, with an emphasis that : did do was to give her hand a formal
I made her smile in
of herself that
:l,1 ) Of his got a leave of absence, and amount of light and shade, and made a I tell from one day to the next what your spite I shake, and smile mechanically as he bade
he despised a singing man and thought
aar: took I'a1'sage on a steamer sailing for I story that was copied far and wide. position will be on this paper-and then : her good-by. Then he ran along the dock
German a beastly language. If he could
ate( that afternoon. Ho would at i Bessie Archer's connection with the affair -I what good will your languages do you?" and out to the bow of a ship moored

:l BenDba"e a change of sceno for a few I he, of course, never mentioned nor "Quite as much good as at the foreign not sing to Helen he was determined that there, so that he had the last sight of her,

I days., he might feel better when ho gotWhen did he even hint that there was a lady in desk," replied Rush, with a smile; "for she should sing to him, and when she sat : and was in turn the last friend she saw
down at the he the music
I piano again
put ,
:iabe! lack. the murderer's company when he was : you know the mixed nationalities of our i in America. She threw him a rose as

ld lie Bessie found herself alone in the arrested. As it was, the article made a : criminal classes. But, seriously, 1 do a pretty French love song, on the rack, she passed and it fell in the water. In a

with Rush, she put her hands profound sensation. If not consider that tho of I and stood immediately in front of her as
carriage it had been : study languages moment he had pulled off his coat and
she it. Now all like
as singers to
; aver her eyes and sobbed passionately, known that Tillinghast Archer's daughter : is ever thrown away; and, again, as long sang sprung into the river, where he picked

1 He $aid nothing, because ho did not I was with Costello in Mme. Fanny'sden as I hold a position on Tho Dawn I want have some one at whom they can look j up the flower and waved it to Helen as -

fcjow what to say. Ho thought of fifty society would have had a still to learn all that appertains to it." when singing, Hastings turned the pages the steamer passed out of sight. He saw
and the ho coveted and
different things, but they did not seem choicer morsel to discuss. I So he went on with his German and caught glances the frightened expression on her face

quite adequate to tho occasion and he When a copy of the paper containing : Italian, which if not absolutely necessary was content. when he dived and he was repaid. A

1(4n left them unsaid. Bessie was oho first to this story reached the proprietor of The to his position, were of very great assist- pleasantest When the evenings evening will broke, Aunt up Rebecca, as the i man in a rowboat picked him up, the

; speak."I Dawn, in London, the Duke of Bellefort ance. Helen highly approved of his crowd on the dock cheered,and he carried
called Rush aside and said she wanted to
don't know what to say, Mr. Hurl- was breakfasting with him in his gorgeous I thoroughness, and was genuinely pleasedat the rose home in triumph. '
a few words to him after the other
nt stone, how to explain ray presence at house in Park lane. "What do his promotion. Aunt Rebecca, for her say

.nie4 that place, nor how to thank you for you think of that?" said Plummett, hand part, said that she was "prouder of him guests had gone. His heart beat high in i CHAPTER
for the crossed his
thought XVIII.UNT
>b sfJtbt rescuing me." ing him the paper. Tho duke had known than of any of her boys." Rush would REt -
mind, "Perhaps she has discovered that
Neither explanation nor thanks arc Rose Ellington well, and he glanced care- have been in a very happy frame of mind : : was

necessarY, Miss Archer; it is enough for fully over the article. I i if it had not been for Helen's impending 1 adoro her niece and is going to" tell me I t \ as _
I that she will be friend. Helen AUNT
jae to blow that I have been of service "It's a damned good story, and damned departure. The evening before she sailed in tho my word,
stayed drawing room after her I
.- 1D you." well told." : ho spent at her house, and, while it was wrote

"Atrasp "But I feel that I owe you both, and Igill After breakfast Plummett cabled to the always an ecstatic delight to him to be guests had gone only long enough to I _i1 : ItI : au

not be satisfied until I have at least I managing editor to give Mr. Rush Ilurl- in tho same room with her, he would. thank Rush again for his songs and say I :-1. ,. \ musing
that she should to him at the
made an effort to pay tho debt." stohe a check for five hundred dollars have enjoyed it moro if there had not expect "see i .;::;;:::..- ::- k letter from Lon-
"So addio she said
steamer. now giv- I
The eyes she turned upon Rush were I and make him foreign editor on a salaryof been so large a party-Bessie Archer, I m don. She had a
ing him her hand. He took it and raisedit I
filled with tears,and their usual "I-can- seventy-five dollars a week. Rush Archie Tillinghast, Uncle Lightfoot reverentially to his lips. She thought l [M'14' keen eye for the

out jake care of-myself expression was was delighted that his work had pleasedhis Myers, Mary Dick Griswold, West Hast- 52 ridiculous and
of this for
nothing they were very good
tlct gone; chief, was thankful for the five hun ings, and half a dozen more whom Rush the portraits of
friends, and then she had lived a good ,
0% "I believed Mr. O'Hara, or whatever dred dollars (which, by the way, John did not know as well. deal foreigners. ._ i distinguishedpeople

ibTU bit name may be, to be a clever man, borrowed and forgot to return), but ho Ho saw very little of Helen; she was "Now among, Mr. Hurlstone said Aunt Re- M,+ she gave
)f. whom men disliked because women liked I was rather staggered by his appointment monopolized first by one and then by I becca, taking him by the arm and lead- 'D \\"ithastroke
1 1LSul That he seemed to be so thoroughly the other that he had chance of ,
him. I to the foreign editorship, and so ex : so no I ing him to the sofa, "I think I under of the pen were
) Ieem posted in occult sciences interested me. pressed himself."A seeing her alone. West Hastings was s KN J as characteristic
stand well" Rush blushed to
I idle girl, Mr. Hurlstone; I have devoted and Uncle Lightfoot told you I ,r:
am an Dawn man is supposed to be equalto very ; as they were
the roots of his hair), "and I feel that I
no outside interests to occupy my time any situation," said tho managing him it was "deuced selfish" of him when clever. While these amused him he was
can speak to plainly, and not waste
or mind; and when he talked to me of editor. "The fact that you are not par he was going to cross over in the steamer time in beating you about the bush." more interested when she spoke of

things I knew nothing about I was fascinated ticularly well posted on foreign matters with Helen, while the rest of them were "You can certainly depend on me" : Helen. "The dear child scores a tri
Is and wanted to know more. Ho going no farther than the plank umph she but her
:: does not prevent your becoming so. You pang ; Miss Sandford. I am proud to be every night sings;

told me of a wonderful Mme. Fanny will be good enough to report for duty so Hastings retired from the field with a confidant," answered Rush, in a steady your heart is true to Poll, and the applause of ,

t sW uho could tell strange truths while in a at the foreign desk on Monday. This is smile which said as plainly as words voice, though he thought it was going to all the crowned heads of Europe could

eM.3rt. trance,and he got my curiosity so arousedthat I 'Vednesda .. You have an interveningtime could say it, "You see I could have her tremble. not thrill her as do the plaudits of her

I promised I would go with him to to enjoy yourself in." all the evening if I would, but I won'tbe "Well, then, to the point. I see that own countrymen in the dear old Acad

&dofij ax her He didn't urge me, but he played ; Rush was too anxious to do himself too hard on the rest of you." From fond of Helen"j j emy." Sometimes Helen would send a

upon my curiosity and finally a day was 'I credit in his new position to devote these Helen he turned with the easy grace ofa you"I are aRush was going to "I I message or add a line to Aunt Rebecca's

, named:! Mrs. Pryor:1.9 to chaperon us, I few most days of the to time enjoyment in reading; so the he files spent of society man to Bessie Archer, who, adore her," but Aunt Rebecca, who say was letter, which was a great consolation to

eDafed bat just before we reached the medium's though she did not care much for that her Rush, for it showed that she still thought
the foreign exchanges; for during the thinking own thoughts, went on as ,
- house she remembered something that I' past few weeks his attention had been style of man, found this particular speci- though he had not made an attempt to I of him. He was delighted to know that

Hitba she had 19 attend to, and said that if we I devoted to local rather than to foreign men rather amusing.This speak: "And I believe that her interestswill the vase of forget-me-nots was still

;-11 would go on she would rejoin us before matters. ; last evening at Helen's New York be safe in your hands. You are the blooming, and that Helen, who Was devoted -

we had time to miss her. I now believe I home was a very pleasant one, for Helen foreign editor of The Dawn, I believe." to flowers, kept it in her room and

m.Dr that she had no intention of rejoining us. CHAPTER XVII. ; was a charming hostess. As it drew to "I have that honor." tended it every day with her own dear

1r From the moment 1 crossed Mme. ITH all his a close they had some music and Helen "Well then if sends hands.
our agent you an
Fanny's threshold I began to feel uncom- 'Ii : -- fondness insisted upon Rush singing a song. He occasional cablegram from London i, During the long summer days Rush .

fortable. I had never been in such a for a good refused so flatly at first as to appear about Helen's success will you put it in worked hard at his desk in the office of

dot i place before, and it frightened me. Mr.O'Hara time, life almost rude, but Helen knew this to be your paper? You know Tho Dawn is tho Ii The Dawn, and time did not drag with

1dl ) was very reassuring, however. was a very embarrassment. She wanted her gueststo most important paper to a public singer. him. Helen was coming back in the

.,' Be said it was a pretty hard looking s V t earnest hear what a fine barytono voice he What do you say?" fall; there was that to look forward to.

:ufltJEfr place, but that we should only bo there a J thing to Rush had; so she sat down at the piano and "I shall be delighted,"answered Rush, 'I In one of her letters Aunt Rebecca men-

abort time, and he thought I would be I Hurl stone. Ho began playing the accompaniment of one though his hopes had been suddenly i tioned in a casual manner that West

repaid for my venture. The very lookof I had a winning of Rubinstein's songs. dashed to the ground. "Anything your Hastings had gone over to Paris with a

:motrtG Mme. Fanny was enough to disgustone I post to reach,and "You will not refuse mo the last request -, agent sends me about Miss Knowlton I party of Americans, and that she thoughthe

before she spoke a word, and when I II the whole bent of I shall make of you for months shall be double leaded and have a dis- was quito enamored of a western

s It I her assumed trance commenced I wished his energies was possibly the last I shall ever make, for play head." I heiress, one of their number. When

:J01Jpel"; myself anywhere but there. She began I In that direction. Whatever ho did in the ocean is very wide, end even tho I "Thank you very much. I shall not I II Rush read this sentence he wanted to

by dealing in glittering generalities, and the line of his profession he did with enthusiasm largest ships are frail." She said this take advantage of your kindness, but I I turn a hand spring in the editorial sanc-

rom then she became personal, saying that not only because it was the with a smile, but more seriously than am glad to have a friend at court-one tum, for it was proof positive that Hast-

ad there was a man waiting to marry profession of his choice, but because success she intended, and Rush turned a shade who will see that the truth gets into ings was not engaged to Helen, that he

1. *tt, that we were much alike and very I meant Helen, and Helen meant all in paler at the thought."I print. I'm sorry to have kept you so i I should leave her to go to Paris in the

life that worth having. He knew that never sang to a roomful of people, train of a western beauty. That was the
:c1.i 'jmpathetic Bahl! I cannot think of it was long, but business is business, and I :
tLirJb without a shudder! Finally O'Hara came his chances of winning her as a success- and I will not do so now; I will sing to might not get so good a chance tomorrow I best news he had heard in many a long

aQossthe room and took hold of my ful man were better than his chances as you." when everything will be hurry 'I day.When *

.bttf.col rand and asked me if I could any longer an unsuccessful man; and then he had "Thank you very much," said Helen, and bustle. By tho way, why can't you Rush's tVOveeks. vacationcame
the cordial invitation
wabt thaMio was the man whom fate I no patience with men who did not get pretending not to notice the meaning of go down with us? There'll be plenty of I' he accepted very
of Mr. Archer to spend half of it
. **&selected for my husband. The room I along in the world. Some of his friends his words. "1 thought you could not refuse room in the carriage. Good idea! I'm

thifthi 1Ir almost dark, but I could see his catlike :j,! thought this indicated a slight touch of me." And she began playing the sure Helen will be pleased. You need j at his country place on the Sound; the
other week he devoted to his mother and-
She it
close face. I accompaniment again. played not hesitate can make yourself |
eyes shining to my nothing ; you use- sisters at Farmsted. Mr. Archer's placewas
rrearned for of the sort. He believed that a man beautifully. Her accompaniments were ful well ornamental shall
ffi help; you came, and I was as as ; so we j about two hours from New York by
boUS med. She sank shuddering among the with health and strength and a fair an inspiration to a singer. Rush stood expect you to be here at half past 11 i
I I amount of intelligence ought to be able by the side of the piano where he could sharp. Tho steamer sails at 1. Good the boat and stood upon a high bluff

l' Jtdf cushions. "I mike no excuse for myself. to make his way as well as the next. '! look at her and not face the room, though night; I'll see you in the morning." i i overlooking the Sound. It was a large,

I acted the part of a fool and I was punished I With such an ingrained belief as this he did not turn his back to the guests. Rush shook hands good night, and rambling, old fashioned house, with numerous -

Lilt'tbr for my folly, but I tremble to think ho was pretty certain to get along; for, He had learned enough German to be promised to be punctual; and ho was. additions that had been made

That might have been tho consequences I'i as I heard a wise old fellow once express able to sing the words in that language, The drive to the dock was not particu- from time to time for convenience and
if you had not been there." and he felt freer in sentimental leaving comfort. Archie Tillinghast was thereat
it, /'your cock-sure ,man is bound to larly gay. Helen felt homesick at
Rush I the time of Rush's visit, much to his
told her how he had been search- succeed." If it had not been for this song in a foreign tongue. On the first all her friends and her beloved New !

- fcs for weeks for the murderer of Rose trait in his disposition Rush would have two or three notes his voice trembled York for a strange city and a strange annoyance, for he could not get it out of
his mind that Rush was in love with
Epngton, but that he never dreamed: retired from the contest for Helen slightly, but the words and Helen's pres- people. When they arrived at the

O'Hara and Costello were one and Knowlton's hand before he had entered ence warmed him and he sang as ho had steamer, however, there were a numberof Bessie. The thought troubled him, and

the same, and he could not help rejoicS upon it. He was not such a fool as to never sung before,giving every word its I friends to see them off-the guests of he could not help showing it. Bessie

.Of in, that the man was to be dealt with think that he only had to tell his love to full meaning, and looking straight into the night before, and some others who saw that ho was jealous of Rush, but she
knew well that ho had
illS according to his deserts. For taking a Helen to have her confess a reciprocal her eyes as the rich tones poured from were strangers to Rush-and there was a enough no cause.
One when Rush and Archie
o tt! young lady i&o a vile den, however, beJJJjW. passion. He knew that if he was to succeed his lips. He sang as he fell, and lie I great tlc!eal of laughing, and the usual I night out the moonlit veranda were
sitting on enjoying -
not be punished. Rush might have in his pursuit of her it would be threw such an intensity into some of the amount of small; talk and frolic that are :
their after the rest of the
J8ewhipped him but that would only words that Uncle Lightfoot who cigars
Myers Helen's
p1LW after a long siege. part of such an occasion. stateroom i household had to bed Archie
*Te led to a public scandal Rush re- He knew his youth to be a serious obstacle i( knew a little German, looked at Aunt was filled with flowers, and there the gone his friend., put

meted that Bessie should have had such Rebecca and winked, as though to question plainly to
say brilliant horticultural
display on
std an had not in his path. He was at least five'j I j wai! "Rush, old man," said he, "I think it
experience, but he felt that it "Another \victim.
tables! of the
ut tlu dining room. :
-? been lost than Helen, though tot i om better 'to speak out in meeting' thanto
it would end her longing years younger t
as When Rush finished
singing one
.Jje for the the casual observer he seemed quite as every I Tel1! ';,;::' in upon her from ; let anything rankle. The questionI'm
.ItVhen they arrived at in the West :
room Hastings came
except there also
evt-r 'Erection; and was quite
she did for she had been kept going to ask is not a usual
VTamercy her old as you ques-
park Rush left her at and complimented him on his voice. i
up .olt"c. iorl of letters from friends who
had seemed a ( tion but I don't ask it out of
door" To young, and he always curiosity,
her father and mother very "You for Mr. Hurl-
never me, but whowistI
sang the steamer
kill noi to ,
( get
( I know the
but because must truth. Are
< he
older than was. I
a full confession of what had hapJSted stone, said Bessie, rather reproachfully.
bon The most
to : "
of of he' say voyage. in love with cousin Bessie?
On point years you my
but Rush no one else Rush old how have 0
except "Why, man, you flowers she received bore West
; statistics of late and I I gurt'4IUS bless heart Archie Inever
fcewof the adventure in East Fourth had been gathering improved exclaimed Archie. "I remember rard.Ku.Ji I "Why, your ,
. to find how marriages hlastiiigs dreamed of such a thing And "
street he was surprised many
until some later, when she used to could !
years you sing college songs, I knew that he not compete
Vf made where the husbandwas I Rush, who was thinking of his love for
made were
a clean breast of it to Archie. but I never heard you sing them like I with her wealthy admirers, and that it
After than the wife, and he was I Helen Knowlton when he spoke,laughedat
leaving Bessie Rush went downt.oJheT younger that. would be foolish for him to make the attempt -
iIA1 to find that the great majorityof the absurdity of the question.
mba, where ho found Johnson delighted "Where did you get this beautiful ,so he had bought a curious Chinese
and such marriages were happy. His Archie resented his tone.
( Martin with Costello. The latter voice you have been hiding under a vase covered with dolphins and little

*a$committed:: to await trial, and Rush, grandfather Hurlstone was ten years bushel, and who is your teacher?" asked fishes and filled it with growing forget- "You" couldn't love a better girl if you
. than his grandmother, and to tried, he said "and I think manner
?10101 off t ; your
a o"er"ith the excitement younger Mary Dick, taking his hand and shakingit me-nots. Helen was more pleased with :, "
i the of their days they were a loving extremely offensive.
day hurried the office The the
to o enthusiastically. I this than with anything else she received; :
Dawn At 75 she appeared quite as He threw his cigar on the and
where he told the city editor of couple. i for said she "it will give me something : grass
Iii hisctory. as he did at 65: and, although she The voice, such as it is, said Rush, arose to go inside.
success write out
, and down to young
sat to take care of during the ,
Ho until he had died first, he did not survive her many slightly embarrassed, "I suppose I came voyage "Why, Archie, old friend," said Rush,
wrote steadily I water it break off the
and time or
med months. Rush intended to use this il. by naturally, but my knowledge of musicI every taking his hand, "there is no woman in
out enough to fill halt a page will think of and I
copy dead leaves
to the best of teachers for Miss you
effect when the owe ,
, the lustration with fine the world for whom I have a more profound
paper, including, of course, n will wonder how are getting alongin
Knowlton has been kind to give you
'i' l Iter of a column "display head"Wch time came, but just now he was busy You must write regard than I have for Miss
Ct himself for his newdep'art- me most valuable instructions. your new position. Archer; but I thought you, who used to
the .preparing
city editor over the story. all about it. I will not
put and tell
"Nonsense! said Helen. "I heard him me promise
It was rehearsed went He entered upon his duties as twit me with it,knew of my love for an-
a capital story. He and the foreign sing a little one night, and I saw to answer your letters, but Aunt Re- ,
the career .foreign editor with zeal as song other woman and it seemed to me so
of the popular actress, telling becca will and will get a much more
bow 6be department of the paper was the that he had a musical ear and a very you I absurd to think that I could,love any ono
disappeared from the public letter from her than I could
Ste which :its proprietor felt the sweet quality of voice; so I made him entertaining .. ;
in .
and remained unheard of until the one : Continued on Page 6.
write ,
work bring his muslp around here, and "- '-
fa4 his was brought gave -
of_ her. death_. -became_. known.- Jt was .greatest ,. ;


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t THE FLORIDA- STAR. The New Smyrna Convent ion. i I
4.; -- 'j At the port convention at Smyrna Blacksmith & Repair gur

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. To I June 5th, the following was adopted : I

;. ELLIS B. WAGER Editor i and Pfllsler. 1st. Resolved, That this convention I I {Triton:: "'

ing be continued as a permanent organization -

51.50 per Ar>Inum.i ) to be known as the Port of Xew ORANGE GROVE H. C. CARTER Pro A'tor

Smyrna Association the officers >
Entered at the Post Office at Titusville asSecondClaM
Jlatiera to serve until others are appointed ; and TITUSVILLE, FLA.

.. I that this association may be called together ON INDIAN RIVER,

THE STAR i is the OFFICIAL newspaper : by the presideut when deemed Wagon & Buggy Shafts on haul
for Brevard county. ( expedient for the furtherance of its objects IX FIXE THRIFTY COXDITIOX.

tee) ; that any vacancies now existingin ALL WOHK GCXKAVTFEI',
r The Star has the Largest circulation
+ of any paper on the East coast of Fla. any of the delegations may be filled THREE HUNDRED &: FIFTY TREES
At the Wat Tank
: ri
< on tie R
of by their several constituencies, and that .illroa4. I

A SqUARKtsonelncliIn space; 24 squares I In districts not now represented be invitedto ---- -- -- ..
a make a column. Two Hundred Bearing.
advertising rates enquire of the Editor send delegates to any future meeting; HINDERCORNS.

always enclosing a two cent stamp. furthermore, that a committee of three The t'n1ylIUP Cure for Coma.! Stop all l1ain. l
comfort to the feet.15c-at .,
be appointed to a plan of 111scuhp ktBRF
1 DENNIS EAGAS and his brother returned the : organization prepare, with a constitutionfor permanent WILL GUARAXTEE A XET INCOME Yo N Yh m pvi I
1 ,
fiats l
from Washington last Saturday the FROM PRESEXT CROP PARKER'S' RmnC EtR TONIC. est t4
government of the same, to report Uhaa
t the worst cases:: and is the l*! t remedy fo all 1l1a
,. well satisfied that Dennis7 appointment the from defective nutrition. Take in tune. .
pretty at next meeting of this association OF 10 PER CEXT. OX PRICE. Oc.ln4l:(
lI as Collector of Jacksonville is only .
sub ---- -------
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a matter of a few days. The struggle for for I 2d. Resolved, That the proper authorities -...-..

appointments at Pen -acola and Key West I be requested by this conventionto ADDKEbS:, "' $itlt Co 4tsin at once_

c r has been so bitter between candidates: order a detailed of trade in Vnf'h'n.FI!
1 survey MosquitoInlet LOCK: 150X 240, OTLTSVILLE, 1 aDd pianog fowl 0 ..
r that the President will probably give r.
and the harbor of New Sm'rnto y them we will sendi>..?**
vMI them quite a delay in appointment. nOKII\. 9 Pf'rwD in each lcx-aal1.111t".'e.,
1 Ll ( I I ascertain their yalue for the purpose of ________ ___ _. I the best world sewing-machine with all ':
--- ------- the ant :.:
-- ----- --- --
commerce.3d. w.wil1alJo send free
X THE regatta of the New York Yacht ) $500.00 Reward .. line of our cost'samples .oily.
Resolved, That Congress be Iatetnraw.yttp
Club occurred last Thursday, The sailing petitioned how what we 1IIoet.'l.
With evidence to prove that any remedy in this may taU at
to pass a bill making New wide world equals Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonicin months all shall become home.aBdifl.l
I of the various yachts were nm .
qualities Smyrna Port of and the treatment of chill and fever and all malarial property. This rind mac_
a Entry that
pre troubles. Price 50 Cents Money refunded if not madeatter the hintrriw.1
well tested. Of vessels that
twenty-two which bare run hefan'paa"run
of senators and representatives be requested satisfied. I2 ---- out it sold for 893i \
crossed the starting line after 11 o'clock .- e'nrhminl.' lad w'sensfc
to do all in their power to promote this rt SdO.Be.tatrotlrea. Wlr
eighteen finished and the race was over Tallahassee Fla. Dtt FRE fill machine m the world lot
object. jfree. No capital
"Johnson's JChill and Fever Tonic" needs no brief instructions 1 hose who write required. Ji
y o'clock. The Palmer beat the steed to us at Ogle par
by1:30 4th. Resolved: That committee of pushing by the retailer it advertises itself wl1'ro- cure.Tree the ben sewing-machine in the world sat
: a .
*, fine liDe of work I of iib.rte.ershown mi ?
Dauntless by 10 minutes and 25 second. ever sold. W. A. RAttLS.Sanford &
'U.VE fc: CO. 740.Augu.tuJkuSiJ
and persons, to be known as the Committee -
The Grayling beat the Sea Fox by 2
of Statistics, be appointed by this Fla. --- -
minutes and 14 seconds. The Agneswon
It excellent satisfaction. A.E. PHILIPS
this committee, whose duty it shall be to obtain gives -
because the Azella fouled her. The
all information bearing this Madison Fla.
upon ,
I Katrina again proved her superiorityover
law. ( question, to complete statistics showing Your Tonic gives excellent sitisfaction. Kav'nt
the Shamrock by J 3 minutes and 7 i
heard a word of complaint. KANDFLL: PIPE.Lake
;a ) the depth of water on the bar, the ad-
t second--*. Hildegardc beat the While-
vantages of the harbor of Xew Smyrna ) City, Fla.
away by G minutes and 0( seconds. The
the importance to the business inter- It Fyt{.W t IOyT
I to gins satisfaction: to all who try it.
Clara conquered the Bertie by 11 minutes ROYAL.a"K1MQ
CHALKEU DUOS k PRICE. .none'eesotuvttr.u"
of South
Florida, and for establish-
't and 20( seconds. The Nymph proved
ing a more direct line of transportation, Ocala, Fla. ?'ot tito
c herself the fastest of the 40-foot sloops 9Krs
]) I way Mosquito Inlet, with Xorth- Your Chill and Fever Tonic is selling beyond my
and cutter All except the 40-footers expectation Gives entire satisfaction Not a single
.f '''' erty Eastern and European markets ; bottle has been returned. ED. DELOU1JST.
sailed distance thirtyone -
over a course a
: facts to be reported to
; l.':' nautical mile subsequent
; Lakeland Fla. 9
{' of the association, and to be laid qt
The medicine is a. good seller and has given entire -
; THE FLORID A EAST COASTLINE and the public in such a form as may satisfaction. JOSEI'H FORBES.FOR t J

t CANAL. cuit ordered by this bod- ..
the The convention elected Messrs. E. W.
Among the most important acts passed: SALE AT

,i 1) by the Legislature i this sessiona* that the H. S. Allyn and Capt. R. E. SCIa:"'FS DRUG STOKE,

in relation to the Florida Coast Line e as Committee of Statistics. Mr. Pea- Titusville. Florida.NOTICE. .

who is at Sanford ; Mr. Allvn.. of Xew AKI $
< Canal and Transportation Company. -
1 During the Extra Session a Senate be )' and Capt. Rose, of Kissimmee.

} chairman appointed Mr. S. F. .
: Gray
: :
Committee to
t was appointed investigate
:-: auxiliary for this: section to All concerned will
gather persons now take
the canal work, as well as the condition
very for the committee. It is sin notice that six months after date, I will POWDERAbsolutely
land with the
of the company's reserve, present to Hon. Minor S. Jones, County
A that all who
t Hon. G. S. llardee, of Brevard county, l'la.'j have reliable Judge of Brevard county, Florida my

f: t as chairman. This committee, after haying than bearing on the objects of this final vouchers as administrator, with the Pure

made thorough investigation of the A will kindly send them to Mr. will annexed of Thomas New, late of
a said Brevard county deceased. and thatat
whole route between St. Augustine and exc1u at once, so that we may make the same time I will apply for letters This powder never variet. marvel: of panfr,
and wholesorneueKs. More economical
I :1 Jupiter Inlet, reported favorably theproject each good a showing as possible to the pub- dismissory from such administration. than the ordinary kindand cannot be solJn
and '['hisIarch 15 1880 competition with the multitude of low test, bort
}' I and the A to Congress, of this the most im ,
recognizing vast import- 'V)[. :MCCRACKEX I weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold onl1ia
:j ante of the work to the people I living South question Florida. now before the people 4S-Gmo. Administrator, etc. New cans York Royal Baking Powder Co., 105 Wall Stntt

along the eastern coast of the State bordering A :: -

y i on the waterway, recommended < \oficc.

the Legislature to pass the act referred to r
4 ing ) The Rev. A. W. Sproull, of ..JacksonJe -
in order to promote a complete business
":ci four : ) Fla., will hold service in the
understanding between the State and
Ledge church at 11 a. m. and 7 o
out p.
4 the company. The! Legislature. acting
tion the fourth Sabbath, 23d inst., and
upon this recommendation, passed the '
It also on the fifth Sabbath, 30th
bill unanimously in both houses aid
tcn All of our friends on the Island,
while the company seems satisfied with ra
Point, Cocoa, Rockledge and else
the provisions of the act, the State is o
3 r. are cordially invited to meet with
and the land
3i thoroughly protected, reserve I
next and enjoy a sound gospel discourse. =
i t t which has for many years been I ; TRUSTEES. 0h

\ closed to settlement, i is now open to actual -

I settlers upon terms which are fair from IVOTICE.

both the settler and the and.
company. after
Thirty days date I will sell, in
The provisions of this act compel the which of the Tropical House, Titusville, -

canal company 10 complete the whole trunk owned by Dr. B. T. A. Har- -

waterway between St. Augustine and of to satisfy a demand for board. Said

'.e Biscayne Bay in five years, and this secures by skeleton contains a good lot of clothing, BARGAINS
1r some drug bottles and a I BARGAINS n! !
for the counties of St. Johns, Yo- of medical books treating upon

.., lusia, Brevard and Dade a highway along the and anatomy and various other

:t )1 their eastern coast which renders it impossible as Come one. come all to the sale.J. .
D. McDoNXELL, Prop'r.Titusville .
l for any transportation companyto May 20. 1889. Best of
i 1',4'' : '}! monopolize the traffic, and will consequently ;

: ,. 1 1 insure fair rates to the shippers every you made miserable by indigestion, Consti --:::::::;;;;
ion. Diziness, Loss of
too Appetite Yellow Skin?
:J n from these sections Vitalizer is a positive Cure. Sold by Dick- '
': The Hon. G. S. Hardee. the Senator & Grey, Titusville, Fla.
Boots Shoes Gents'
f' : representing Brevard and Dade counties, do so and
board will you cough when Shiloh'c Cure will
!f::: ,. took an active part in securing the passage relief? Price 10 cts SOcts and $1. Sold give ,
of this bill, as he recognized the importance school Dickson & drey; Tttusville, Fla.

t., 't :/ of this waterway in the development school 111

t ,. i I of the counties he
1 r'i represent, Goods
t I and he study Catarrh Remedy-a positive cure for Ca
though carefully protected the Pipthena, and Canker Mouth. Sold by Ditk-
w interests of the State and of his con titu_ : & Gre '. Titusville, Flit

1'//// ir eats, by seeing that the provisions of the to be\ ; A-t COST: <&, BELO: .

.,.. I'.l I .i act, while it removes all doubts as to the

-.l' company's right to the land grant- it at I ings FOR SALE

the same time opens up the lands for I am Selling for my Father, the Assign
and compels the to
The Elegant of Jacob Birnbaum
du its work before receiving its pay. In his Entire SPLENDID

advocating this, as well as other local A Na AND GROVEOF STOCK, at the old Birnbaum stand in Titus'yule.

: L measures, which Senator Hardee has had Catarrh .

passed through the Legislature, he has & (;rey, ; _

done good work for his district, and his L. E. BARNES,

t : constituents should feel proud in havinga :,:"For iro. COME -A.Kri: SEE TTS,,

man to represent them who had the reIt Grey talizer.' LEDGE, FLA., And you shall not go without a chance

and admiration of his
{ spect I brother legislators I for
both in the Senate and the PriceS I I seven and one-third acres

1(: House. 11 : fronting, Roomy on Residence Indian River., elegantly THE BEST BARGAIN YOU EVER MAD&:

'\\ Also a Three-room COTTAGE We mean to Sell these includes
-Round trip tickets were issued to & Grey, Goods,
outbuildings. One of the most de
a Jill Jacksonville yesterday, for 3.55, which The : places in Rock Ledge hammock. a Lot of Choice CIGARS and TOBACCO, i

are good to return until June 29th. To "Both short order.
price, terms, etc., apply to ,
,I ; Atlanta, Ga., the rate was $7.50. tusulle .
; : FOR <
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C. Sfarck
'L. A GINGRAS, Manufacturer of fine Havana and Do- STILING- she T.A.YLOR...,

mestic Cigars Trade supplied with fine
Afn-AT-LA W AND NOTARY PUBLIC. hand made goods. Orders promptly filled. Cocoa, Indian Hirer, Florida.DEALERS .
Florida. Factory at Malabar. Fla. 28HEWSPAPER

jock Ledge, IIST

:-G AULDEN, N A UN: .... : T'S

:A T TORN EYATLAW, SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware

For terms and sample copies address

A TT ORNE -A T-LAW, Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla. Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, .

A. FROSCHER, Plumbers' and Mill :. -- f
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Titusville k
A)1. Florida, ,

Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden Supplies, -
l 0 Bot2\, SANFORD of tile,Seventh FLA. Coffins Cases and Caskets. r ifVryr
i ipractice in aU Court.the COlllltie 3ALLEN Doors Sash Blinds WIRE
zcuiI and Supreme Funerals attended if deired..1l orders and CLOTH

E. HEI'SER, promptly executed, and at rea ona
ble rates. Embalming done. BRICK LIME CEMENT G-L1LrlS:
and (Mey allccr.
ittaHw 0 e
b Worth Dade County, Florida. SHINGLES and LATH. ,

furnish Abstracts: of Title to Dade ..A.1'"tesian.VVe1.1: 1'ISHTACKLE..
County> land A."1J
Shi.p C1-:1.: 1'1d1ery G-c>c>ds,
a Agents for ALAIJASTIXK, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com '

CM Enter and Surveyor< Solicit Correspondence. pany's plows.t and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools. f

Titiifevillc, Flu.p TITUSVILLE, FLOUIDA.33 Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Coffins and Caskets. '

c. J"Hardware. :l3ECTOR.: ,
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and

by mail will receive as prompt and estimates furnished prOUl pUYe }

attention as calls in person.
Address: Georgiana, Fla. STILING & TAYLOR.L. .

TT ATKINSON General Produce -- -



the Second Justice District of Bre- MERCHANT. &, E't.JDGE, 3.

ud county; Court days, third Monday Melbourne. Florida
of each month. Dealers illGEORGIA
A. L. Hatch & Son,

Titosville Altorncy-at-L.aAV, ,Florida. DRY GOODS NOTIONS ,

L A RUE P. ELY, Hardware, Crockery, Saddler,

Kotary PaUic for the State at Lcmjc. Stationery Garden, Family SetJs Medicines G-ErJER.AL :BAR.D-: AR.E,

Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist.

CONTRACTOR & BUILDER CHOICE GROCERIES, Sash Doors and Blinds Stoves Tinware and
of over 30 years' experience. Natural Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. ; Crockery.
finish a specialty. CITY POINT, FLORIDA. .

Melbourne, Florida. c p.A.J: TS .A. D OILS
T. PItITCIIAUD,1'resiclcnt.1V ,
A. M. Hamilton & Co.
M. f1U01VNCashier.
Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers
-0n Wholesale Dealers inMian Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors.
River Oysters TitiiKVillc, k lo[ iida.
Green Turtle and Game. .
Exchange bought and sold. Special and
prompt attention given to collections. Loans
ill orders will receive prompt and careful at- negotiated on first mortjrag for .:savings D. L. DODSON, i
) tentlon,letter whether or telegraph, 17 Hanks allowed, Corporations: on time t1cpo:Individuals.its. Interest ;. VLallory: S. S. Line,

.Advances made upon available collateral. DENTIST, V"ia F'ernLndina b etvtreen

) I Man River Steamboat Co. Approved l rafts on all inc8s parts paperdiscounted.of Kuropeliiibiness TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. New York and Florida Boston
. favor done,at consistent Jacksonville with rates.Every !-omul Office, until further notice, at Indian Philadelphia and the East, '
[ banking cheerfully extended.CORRESPONDENTS River City Hotel. Sailing "
Schedules in effect MAY 12, 1889. Quality of work unsurpassed. 8 FROM NEW YOUCITY: k'If OM :FEUXANDINA
I Jacksonville
Fla. 'L'he aboard National fniABF.EVERY TIIU1tFDAY I .
ltave TITUSVIl.LE.................... Gam Jacksonville Hank New York. ; -* PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup The Iron Steam'hips! STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO and

Arrires at Melbourne.................12 noon THE INDIAN Barrels $2.25. RIO GRANDEIE1 '
HAVING BOUGHT large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, ailing alternated Table .
Returning: Gauged to order ten cents extra. the best on the Coast. i
**tre Melbourne.....................12 noon RIVER BAKERY Wheelwrighting{ and Repairing.C. SCHEDULE. ,

Arrives at Ttusy'; elec.................. G p m will Keep on Hand Every Day :
- Above daily 1cFRESH O. B. NoRTII BorND, from Fernandina connecting with 5:40 p. in. train from Jackson

except Sunday. BREAD CAKES PIES barrels and Oval Water Breakers .

f STEAMER GEORGIANA, Honey from $2.00 up. STATE OF TEXAS, Captain William?.......................Thur,tla}', May 23rd
hear ea Melbourne...................... 5 a m ETC. ALSO RIO GRANDE, Captain Lewi?................................... h 30th
Arrives at Jupiter...................... 8pm Tanksaud : STATE OF TEXAS, Captain William-.................... June 6th
& Mondays Sodawater GingerAle all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. RIO GRANDE, Captain Lewis.................................. f1 13th s
Wednesdays and Fridays. Bottlers of STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams....... .............. 20th
Returning: JOIIXSOX, RIO GRANDE, Captain Lewis..c ,; 27thville.
Jupiter........................... 5am and other Drinks. LaG range, : : Florida. m I'ur No 21: II 1':., I:e\v To,k.
. Arrives at Melbourne ............... 8pm information 4irSIecial.Ageut8 obtaintt1.r.r"tatc.rcoms are. located at all priucii-al points through :Florida, where tickets cau le secured toe:
; TueedaIsThursdays and Saturdays. ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT EACOTT & CO. and berth pecnred in advance from J..cscnTl:1Eand rernanuina office.i .
ALL .-Trains from F K. & X. ll'y. run directly to*uip'fide at Fernandina.
J -uC! Connection i is made at Titusville
tt Any further information can be ol timed train
lm trains of the J., T. & K- wSs- ATTENTION. TITrSVILLE, ..L.\., J. M. CUTLER Passenger Agent ">iEer L'ati ard Began fctrtttp JcdKiniUe Ha. ,
Wo and G. R HUBBY, Anent, Fernandma, Ila.
'alter North, and at UELCHER & COMPANY, II II. RAYMOND General Traveling Ages t
stage for Juno (8a:68) S. A. TIM SHEET-IRON WORKERS. DIXON &GRAY. Agents, Titnsulle,Fla. .

!*steamer)) where"Lake connection Worth"is for made all land-with PROPRIETORS, C H. MALLORY & CO. General Agents, Her 20 E. R NEW YORK CITY..

w.: *..WATSON, Superintendent.JD. .Manufacturing of Tin Ware.. ST. LUCIE HOUSE, THE

> .JACK ACKERLY General, Gen.Manager.Pass. Agent. PORTER & POTTER, GALVANIZED And Repairing WORK of all kinds, Indian River, Florida, NEW DRUG STORE

s Having been Re-Furnished, is NOW _

HjtOST LINE" TO THE FRONT Location: MAIN ST., near river.Sv OPEN FOR GUESTS, under the Management -i Has on hand a Fine Assortment of

8r Real Estate Dealers, of its old proprietor and owner.JA.MES .
HaTing Purchased the "Frost Line," C. II. SCOTT, FRESH DRUGS.
) 4 P-AHSTE _
necessity of keeping up Fla.
.... cPast Good Lake Worth Dade Co. SALOON. Proprietor, Also, SPECIFIC REMEDIES.GUARANTEED -
; Reputation Swift and
as a TO CURE the Diseases for which
11 Courier, I ask of the people a Con- St. Lucie, Florida. they are Recommended.IF .
ce of POll SALE..A If want a clean and easy shave, 39 ,
their Good Favor.'Vil11Iake you AFTER USING ANY OF THEM, YOU
Indian River in the As clean as barber ever gave, ARE
], tract of on ,. saloon, J. ]I. SAWYER & SOX
Contracts for consisting of Just call on me at my YOUR MONEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY RE
county of Bre\'anl-r' 3 and south half At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll FUNDED.We .
\ ,
lot o.
e enYery of Lumber and Large acres; it northeast being quarter of section oo, cut and comb your hair with grace Yacht Sail-makers have no cure-alls, but a different -
of tIle the southwest quarter To suit the contour of your face; .Remedy for Each Class of Diseasefor -
Cargoes and lot No.3, being of section To you I'll give a good shampoo, Affections of the Liver, Lung,Heart
northwest quarter 84 & 85 South St. New York
the ,
A, of township 31 south, range 39 The art of which known to few. I and Kidneys; for Female Complaints; and
.(1'here up or down Indian River. W, both in Yerdesirable piece of My scissor's sharp,my razor's keen, AND also, Ointments for Eczema, Ringworm,
This is a
&a ore, you see me before closing eat soil of rich qua litw. suitablehawrnocl ,My shop is a ways neat and clean, FOOT OF 55TII ST., ATLANTIC Tetter and other Diseases of the Skin.
con- Give them and will be
trial not
g -' aU tropical fruits. Is : And everything I'm sure you'll find, a you
where.W. .
for the raIsing Enos post- .To suit the taste and please the mind. YACHT BASIN, BROOKLYN. disappointed. '
>Z at the
,- Respectfullrf sell cheap for cash. For And now to all who patronize intend :
\ s office. Will J.: B. SCREVEN Druggist,
: Just come along and bring your friends,
: ROGERS particulars address Particular attention given to Pleasure
I will
E. I. And assure you try FL.:1
Boat Sails of all descriptions. 50
: ,
1- Brecon.Mass. My very best to satisfy. marl I
Owner. Sept. 3.


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4r (c.p.ii 'ufl .1'1):;, 1e3. I anyone would keep it back- -I only say :I Ills words;,Impressed i liini unpleasanfly, i IVOTIC
couldn shake off the GEO. RUMPH. All parties concerned will take
that no one could keep it back. Do hafe and he t impression. notice

a else, that I could not help laughing as-1 a brandy and soda, Rush; it will do you It hung over him all that night, and all that on the 1st day of July A. D. 1889

answered your question." I good. You fellows who stick to one the next day, and long afterwards. I will apply to Honorable Minor S. Jones:!

t Til for old boy,"said Archie, County Judge of Brevard<<
r1\'eyou, I countFIa.
wino through a dinner are too prudentby To be Continual.i .
himself and fresh for leave to sell the undivided
reseating lighting a i i one-fifth'
I hurt to opening and makingroom
half. Good brandy never any i Preparatory up
cigar; "and since you are so confiding I Beware of Ointments for ('nt.rbI : interests of Texas Sheffield, a minor, i fa
to be there Rush.
one. You are going for Extensive and Varied
I'll confide in you in turn. I love my | thai Contain JlereurI -. my and to the following lands: in Urevanlcounty
one's going to there.
cousin Bessie. She really isn't ray cousin, Every I Fla for the use and benefit of

4 know no more relation to me than We'll have a jolly time at the a* Mercury will surely destroy the sense said minor to-wit : S. E. ', ofS. W. and

you arc an; J as she! gives me no encour- funeral I mean the wedding; but I.I lof smell ar.d completely derange the IX. E. i of S. W. \ and X. W. 1 of >, \y

4' you ; I supposed it was because there where's the difference? They both start whole system when entering it throughthe Spring StockI \ all of Sec. 1.?. Tp. 21, S., Ran-re! -qf, R'
agement '
another man in the field. You and she you into an unknown country. Queer mucus surfaces. ;l1rh ;tides should I I j and S. E. ] of S.V.. }l'ec. S2. Tp 21
+'tari Eeemed to be intimate that I have looked i i world, eh, brother? Now tell me something never be used except on prescriptions i i t :S., Rnnr-p 0" E., and S. E. i of N.11'.1 I

so I about mother and the girls. 1 from reputable]physician*,as the damage I, fec. -t, Tp_ 21 S., Lange 3.1 Eo. and X. i iI
4 as a successful rival for some will do fold the
time upon you and have only been waiting know they are well, but are they happy, can"possibly they ore derive ten from to them.good IIill'sC you I I of X. E. 1 of Sec. : in Tp.; 21 ,. ofI

tr M past ; Rush?-that's the point; are they happy? J. I have Inaugurated a flange 3-l E., X. \r. 1 of '. E_ 1 1't'C': l
to call out; but now I gladly acknowledge itnrrh Cure, manufacture: hyF.
t you If not You may be bursting with health, but Cheney & Co.. ..l'oledo. 0., contains nomercury I in t( ."n..hip _!l. ;. Panne a-t E,._ awl X. j;:
error. are ...
# :: uiy you my what's health without happiness? They and is taken internally, and G-B..A.ND } 0 f :".. ': anl I \. I". 1. of .". IC. ;, all
rival I know I have none, and I'll go in '
.. know the I are happy, are they? I hope they may acts directly upon the bK,od and mucus I (Ifl'C 2''. To\\"n-hipl. South of

'. to win nonor reason why.blackguard always be so, Rush; I hope they will i surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's I I| Range 04 E., and S. J of S.; E. {1. See. 1-1,
think of that
did -
once challenging never be made unhappy on my account; Catarrh Cure be sure you get the enl1-1 CLEARANCESALE ;; in Tp. 21 S., Range .')4 E, commencing

O'Hara, or whatever his name but it takes so little to make mothers and ',; ill,'. it is taken internally and : at the S. E. corner of X. E. \ ..f S. \\'. |I

x was, but the law took him in hand and sisters unhappy. They are naturally j Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. riieny &! Co. j of Sec. :21): town-hip 21 S., of Range 35

saved me the job. Imprisonment for nervous great deal more nervous than II j $*2P"Sold by Drugirist-s.: i Price. 7oc. I I E. ; thence running with the variation of

S life lie wasn't it? I thought so-the bottle. 8.
.i got fathers and brothers. Well, Rush, old I per the !section line 20 chains:: thtnctnorth
rascal! Hanging woull have been too I i 10 chains thence ca-t 31 2.-loo chains

good for him. But tell me,old man, ere ; boy, you can't refuse me this toast" (rising SOTK'K.Li I '! thence south 2;?, east 2 Colon chains,;
unsteadily to his feet): "Here's to
i I you still really and seriously in love with Cotirt Kirraril County Florida thence cast 37', north: chain; thence
i, the dear ones at home, and may they always Couuty :
t the Knowlton?" A. D. lSS). I south 23, eait1: IKi-luo() ) chainthence
love us Rush, always love us as
Really and seriously, Archie. But I west 22 south 4 4-loo chains: ; thence
ti : we-what do I mean? In the matter of the c-tate )
i' Knowl- west 25 south 3 21-100< chain- thence
I wish you would not call her 'the ;
tlf Frank Smith late of
"As we deserve suggested Rush. l-
,i ton; that sounds as though she was vest (SG-100; ) chain; thence xnith' 2
said deceased. ) I
John knit his brows for a second. county WINTER -
G. 1(,0 chain thence west :
)- : > chains
but character when ,
public I
l'=thing a Whereas ale of the land
"More than that, Rusk That might do at a : following
that LJ the least of her. It is thence} south to the place' of beginning!
f really part in sikl: to H estate
; for but it would never do for me. : county belongin2 : :; : acre/
i you I the said lots containing 32t.lfJi'
i as a woman that 1 admire her, though J ;i 'May they always love us, no matter to-wit : Lot 4 of See. 10.< Tp. :33. S. of I les. ,
consider her the greatest singer of our i what comes'-that's it, Rush. 'No mat- Range 40 E., containing t,4, .10-1 00/ acres: ; DRESS more This May 22 1RSO.:

time.:' t sold to I). P. Smith. administrator of I ,
t ;, ter what comes, may our mother and was: i 5. W. S.;; BULL GuardianSmiilnry .
Rush's of prime clonne was aid the Oth of 1SS9
experience i sisters always love us.' e-tate. on day May, I _
limited, but he had heard this statement he being the highest bidder therefor; GOODS
: Then ho sat down and pulled his hair I Ordinance.
: advanced by excellent authority and felt these} are, therefore to admonish any and I
: his forehead and said for
i safe in echoing it. ":\Iy confession to you over moments. Then he nothing broke | all) I persons interested to appear before..i i Ii Be it ordained by the Town Council of

t, to-night," he continued, "is in the most : tome outagain i me on 1lonuathe 24th dayrof June : A 1 ckt ,I the town of Titu-ville, that it :!hall be

sacred confidence. No one suspects what .i : families Rush. I next, to show cause, if a-iy they have, ; the duty} of the Town'Ca.fnpr to remove -

,. 1 have told you, Mi is Knowlton least of "Queer things are. |: why such sale: should not 1),' confirmed.Witness i I to some place out.-ide the limits of
Look at you and me. No one would ] hand and seal of of- aid said be
anyone; but I am going: to win her or ; my : town, }place to approved by
die in the attempt." ever take us for It others; we are as un-i [SEAL.] lice this the 2uth clay of May, 1 the Mayor, at least twice in each week,

like in feature a? we are in character j I ). 1S, "I admire old for it A. I : AL-O: A LARGE USE OFSE10ES. the contents of e'erImckt't from each

I it is of your ,pluck deuced, plucky man,when : You know your duty, old fellow, and \I! MINOR :S. JOXE privy in the town of Tittisville and all
plucky ,
do it like a man I know mine some- .hHI and
you ; o County e.m : slop garbage which !shall be deposited -
have suit-
:. you to fighngain t so many times, God help me, but I can't do it. .r, in buckets,. boxes or barrels or other

: ors. I give you my blessing; go in and i i When I die, Rush, I want :you to have receptacles at the same time, and the

win.. You possibly think, with becomingmodesty me examined. You'll find my heart in ,'" I town shall receive as compensationfor

t 45 that if you win Helen Knowlton the right place; but when you examine iji ; RES HATS SHIRTS PANTS such service from each occupant or

you are the one upon whom con- ,
I owner of each dwelling from which such

gratulations are to be heaped: certainly qualities I excrement or garbage shall be removed

s I :,. you deserve some; but Miss Knowlton is I j forgive me for lots of things, won't you? ,,<'I'zee HIRES' IMPROVED ETC., AT COST. the sum of fifty cents per month. and

t the one whom I shall congratulate. And ,, You'll say, 'Poor fellow! His heart was .1rl, n for the removal of such excrement or

1 ,, ; now to bed, and to dream of our sweethearts all right if his will wasn't as strong as I Ii r ;;: ,.}.1"I rrtO, E R'I'C, garbage from hotels: and boarding: houses
i" rj .
God bless them! You have made : .
i iYou'll the town hall receive such
i ours; we musn't be too hard on him. nii eusa-
4 mo a happy man, Rush, or perhaps 1 : say all this, won't you, Rush?" j ji ji I ..P ',; !F4 LIQUID BOILING EASILY MADE I Make Reductions on Many tion as shall be agreed upon by the occupant -

should say a comparatively happy man." i And John leaned across the table and !I'.>ri: T 'I SPACKACE MAKES FIVE GALLONS;. and owner and Town Inspector,
t ,.
t 4 And the friends pressed each other's ,i seized his brother's hand with a tight I :,/'";';//) /iQYzrfNE 6.4laNJ'1ocrr Other Lines subject to approval by the Town Council.

hands and said good night. ', grip, and gazed with an expression of I II .r //_/'J//1/r'NJ. v/1"V171 fYJ.f1VHA rv/ The fees for the services herein provided

The next and last week of Rush's vacation / shall be paid monthly to the Sanitary
j intense longing into his face. I
with the dear I An know I who shall make his collections
was spent ones at Rush knew, of course, that he was can i-'ave You Money on Inspector,
Farmsted. It the middle of I I monthly from the from whom
was August, persons:
flushed with wine, and he supposed that
and all the village was in a flutter of excitement 'I Purchase such charges are due when making his
i all this talk was merely the result of his I
over the arrival of so distinguished I Ii monthly house to house inspection, as
To humor him and because
a townsman. Old Bennie Miles, i t' potations. I II 1 provided l by the rules and regulations
he really loved him, he replied: I BEERno
the seedsman, said that he"knowed Rush i MY STOCK OF prescribed by the State Board of Health.
; "Have no fear on that score, John; we i iI
.. Hurlstone was going to make: a place for I Any failure to comply with the provisions -
know too well what a warm heart you I i ) most APPETIZING and WHOLESOM of this ordinuu.'ehall he
York. There the ILT'EWSPRING reported
o himself in was right I rUP2RANCE DRINK In the world. TRYJT.
about with to be hard on I
carry you you the
{ by inspector to the Mayor, whohall
r kind o seed in him. Just give it a
",'I- for a misstep. I'I'I Ask your Druggist or Grocer for it. i issue his warrant to the perxm charged
and how it 'ed And
+ see grow.
He supposed his brother alluded to his ,
with its violation and conviction
i old Aunty Stout, the village charwoman, I C. E HIRES PHILADELPHIA upon ,
habit of
I increasing drinking. shall be subject to a penalty of n..t lei J
I said she "could hev told one that
any -----
i "Thank you, old man; thank you more than one dollar or more than tiftdolO'

rll that there young feller was born for a I than words can telL I'm nervous to- lar, at the discretion of the Mayor.
and if what she beam I
marbill palish; j i night. You mustn't mind me; another All ordinances and parts of ordinancesin

f I tell was true, his office in New York was I pony of brandy will set me all right." I iT utt's Pills MILLINERY conflict with this ordinance are hereby
nothin less than marbill from its front
I And, suiting the action to the word, he repealed. This ordinance to take effect

.',, ;. stoop to its lean-to. drank one down without winking. upon its approval by the Mayor.

The approaching wedding of John i "Suppose we walk around Madison Approved May 20, A. I). 18S1..

;' IIurlstone to Amy Bayliss was no less I square," he resumed. "My head i* on ; FOR TORPID LITERS LADIES' HAT, H. F. ATKIXON.
J occasion of local excitement. Johnhadn't i I
an fire: these August nights are beautifully II I; .torpid liTer deranges the whole system ; RIBBONS, Attest : Mayor.
t' been in Farmsted since he went.I cool; perhaps the air will help it." t and producesSick J. P. BLAKE, Clerk.
4 '1\ away "to take keer o' that gold mine," i I FEATHERS,
On their way out they met Mortimerin Headache
\ 1:1 as the villagers expressed it, but Amy l'roclalilallor.WllEREAS
tho lialL He looked dogged and sul .
had heard from him regularly, and he Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheumatism -i i Have Commenced to Arrive. These
.4. t :1' len. Seeing John, he beckoned him ,
; i"I had at last fixed the wedding day. It ; will be added to constantly. Also, The Board of Aldermen of
aside and exchanged a few whispered Sallow Skin and Piles. I
be the 3d and the Town of Titusville have
i I was to September great words with him. At something ho said II I passed a resolution -
i if the then I There is no better remedy for these I
were prtparations going on.Amy's that the
of the Titu3-
r l John started back as though: he were common diseases than Tutt's Liver i SPRING DRESS proposition

: 1.4, brother Tom was to be the best going to fall, but he clutched tho railing Pills, as a trial will prove. .-rice,2Sc.: i GOODS yule School Building Association to be

I "KJ man, John's two sisters the bridesmaids, I }
of the staircase and recovered himself. Sold Everywhere. hereinafter set forth and also resolution
: -
: ,' and both Dr. and tho of
z iI Bayliss bishop
j ,. the diocese were to perform tho wedding Ho looked so frightfully ill when he rejoined --- ---- j f A :Most: : Beautiful Line of all Embroidered authorizing the Town Council to negotiate -
.. : Rush that the latter proposed that DEDERICK'S HAY PRESSES ,
t t: ceremny.. Farmsted was in a flutter of Made ot IUd, lighter a loan of $1,000, should be submitted
I i they should go home at once; but John ,stronger cheaper'more
1 excitement over the event, and the church I Ii power,everlasting and competition distanced! to the citizens of Titusville for
said there the
1 was nothing matter with For proof order on trial,to keep the,best amiget LADIES' ROBES
i was receiving some needed painting and i i him-ho only needed the fresh air out j any other alongside if you can: Reversible : ratification or rejection, this, therefore,
upholstering in anticipation. John wrote : Full Circle -,3g *J lJdt P rasa aa,'.all sizes.
I under tho trees of the square. is to all
And all notify election
over persons an
that he would not be en until tho very I i,

[ morning of the wedding, because he waS "Mortimer seemed to "have something I will be held at the Court House in Titus
S unpleasant to tell said Rush
busy getting his affairs in order, so that they seated themselves on a park bench."I 1 _STEEL. LACES, vine on Tuesday, the 18th day of June,

J n, h might take a wedding trip to some wish, John, that if you harp any etmilan and Aadreu locilioa for of"ALJ3** ni and Southern !1 In White and Black.Ladies' A. D. 1889, between the legal hours for
and far off Rush had etortbouMt AjenU. p. K. DEDERICK & i
it new place. seen CO.
.t business troubles you would confide in No. 65 Dederick's works Aioujrr,NY. ; holding such elections to determine
little of John in New York : Silk Mitts Gloves
or nothing i: i Etc.
1'1 me; I might help you. : -- whether the Town of Titusville shall buy
: during the summer, and ho was delighted
f Ii "Thank you, Rush, for your kind offer CHICHESTER'S ENGLISHPENNYROYAL : A line of Corsets
la kLOW' that he had settled down and ; large from GO cents lots 8 and 10 of block 9 of said Town of

,. -J! was determined to marry the devoted I but it's nothing-a mere nothing; just a PILLS : to $J.00 each.Gentlemen's. Titusville and the school house and furniture

\". i f girl to whom he was engaged. fluctuation in mining stocks that may 1 i I1D c*:::::;: SIAUJITJ thereon, and the rents and profits
f I II hurt us, that's all. To-morrow, for all due
., .. Titusville School Association
; ", In the meantime, the affairs of the 1 Orlpin l brt,only f l Building
we can tell, they look better than I A.,... r reliable pill for rale. Meter for
I may the of to
; : Mutual Dividend Mining were I I"I Ak: for Ckickctter't "ltANDt Laundried and Unlaun- sum $1,700, subject
company : I
!.": ever. It's a worrying business. Tako I .,,,, Diamond Brand,10 red a mortgage of$800, drawing interest not
becoming more and more involved, and lallM boxrs waled with dried hirts.
i i' I my advice, Rush, and keep out of stocks \ -- bon. At Drag=I.t.. : exceeding 12 per cent. per annum, the
: -t. the nature of the work that John was no other. All pills In past !
Ji called to Cot Mortimer i I -particularly mining stocks. I board boxes pink wrappers,are ft danger. The most Varied Line of Gentlemen's Town of Titusville to secure said association
;. upon perform by j one counterfeit. Send 4e. (stamp for
j John lighted a cigar, puffed it once or particulars and"ltellef fur Lad I .."in Straw Hats by a mortgage upon the property
would not bear the light of day. John bought cheap and Marked
". : twice, and threw it Then he I letter, by return mail. 1O,< OO te lId.JIIoala1efrom purchased in the of payableiu
away. sum $1,700
: was getting more and more reckless. LADIES|| wbbare u.edthem. lame Paper. Low Down.
t lie drain! and and } for several minutes with his hat off, engaged ; ,UdcliestertliemialCo; ., [ Sq.Phna..ra- ten years, or sooner, at the option of
deeper played higher
' I in his old trick of pulling his hair i said town ; the said mortgage of $SOO to
didn't to much what became i i
seem care
+0 j over his forehead. Jumping to his feet be paid at the expiration of three years
To Ladies
:, : ; of him. He only went to BOO Leoni oof | I Only. : by the Town
suddenly, he took his brother by the j I My of Titusville; the intereston
casionally, and she-poor girl!-was worried '! f
'J arm. I \ w"'.all wh> suftVrrd m:uiv j tars with female each of paid mortgages to be paid annually -
,' ,:; to death about him. He told her : ,! rt.-: MW* :\J/lc1re.llt'rl".1f WI.e' glad to let the i by the Town of Titusville.
"Come along, Rush I've STOCK
: that luck was against him, and that it :' ; kept you up U.lie o* FlorMa al.J Ma.\!l.>ii.i !.I.U\\ hc remedy.UjKtii i OF GROCERIES
t late must' to authorize the town of Titus
I enough; it be after 1 o'clock. Tt.i"t of .i'i : .1Ir".i -'t"lUp"l "un.lope'"in I i
.. i always was against him when ho trial to ,, I'll walk down to lodgings with I i 11"11'1.. ;'intr al '"JKII-! a "f tI,:K sale and \*>*i- iI I I! ville to execute its corporate note in the

144,I do what was right; and that is what lie I i you." your I AddrriiH nc" cur- .ij-l answer all rnguiik' in r-t.aul ta it. Was never more complete. I sum of $1,000, payable two years after

; r. tried to make himself believe. When 1 date
,1' MIT n. irnvru. with interest not to exceed 12 percent
They walked the whole distance in I pride myself the .
I on
f. I r, ;H+ Rush came back to New York from | si-I S LdLc IaitUuJ, orange Co., Fla. I Superior Butter, I per annum, and thereby pledging
S I lence, which was broken by John
I J his visit to Farmsted, John invited 'I -- -- I Coffee, Teas, Crackers, Etc., I am enabled the faith and credit of said Town of Ti
they reached the door of the house. He'!
J if him to dine with him at the to offer the trade. tusville in order to funds to pat
took Rush's hand PARKER'S
and it i
.!' "Club," and questioned him closely i holding tightly, off and discharge indebtedness
said: "Good night, Rush; pleasant HAIR BALSAMCleanses I keep in Stock Plant's Flour-none and existing .
'/ as to the wedding preparations. Rush and beautifies the hair. to provide for contingent expen
", e; r was seriously alarmed by John's appearance : suddenly, "We've al- _Promotes a luxuriant growth. better. The following; persons are hereby aPpointed
; been good friends liaven't Never Fails to Restore
ways we, Gray
t; i. 4' and manner. There was a restless, Rush? We've Hair la its Youthful Color. ,: Grits and Meal arriving week inspectors of said election :

t t wild look in his and he started at never quarreled, have we? f4"ennu Dandruff and hair falling every J. W. Rogers, F. T. Budge, S. J. Norton
; eyes I 1
; : ,I every strange sound. When Rush asked Philip and I have had little fights once I Me.and tl <*>at Drum insuring it Fresh and Sweet. with L. A. Brady, clerk.

1 : (' i him if he was not well, he said that he 'Ij Ij in a while; but you and I, Rush, were t Large Stock of Hay and Grain at all The style of the tickets used at suchelection
j always good friends. When I die
I'll .
was never better in his life. He ate very 1 times. shall be, "For Buying," "Against.
depend upon you to defend me againstmy f Buying" and "For ip5t';'
i ) t little, drank a good deal and talked incessantly : Borrowing, AgaBorrowing.
enemies; you'll do that, won't I I ."
you, Most
about Amy and the approaching | close living prices made on all
Rush? You'll see that I have shred of i A residing -
a i majority of the registered voters
wedding. "So I am to be married I I goods in this line.
I character left-just enough to I in the voting
bury town and
third I? he said.
September ,am "Well "
I will
I me in. Resulting from the Errors of Tooth,Folly Vice,Ignorance determine the result of the said elec
I shall have
1 = t suppose to give up my '! "I wish you'd stop talking about dying ,Ac.,may be cored at home without fail or 1 I tion.
I bachelor and settle down fanv : Infallible and Confidential. Larze
as a exposure.
t; ways i I John; you'llUvo to put a monumentover Treatise,800 pages,only fl by mail,sealed, G EO. B. RUMPH Given under mv hand this 15th day
all waiting for the wedding
't 1 7 man. They're i! all our graves-a big, hearty fellow Small book, with endorsements ti the O@tpa1d.j I of May, A. D. 1889.

1 day, you say. Well, it's coming; like you." And Rush tried to laugh; but Send now. :Address the Peabody ledical H. F. ATKINSON,
or Dr. W.H.Parker,Xo.4 Bolflnch$:, TITUSTILLE F LA.
you can't kecj it back. I don't say that 1 his Jbrother's manner, .even more than I I J Mayor,


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Consumption: Surely Cured. AGENTS \VA TEl ,UtI} i 7 ,)
nprroR-l'l"etuIorniyonr readers that THE MUSIC I HOUSE OF FLORIDA.

%THE remedy for the above-named EARTHSEArSKVor
Vr* a positive
I. Br its timely me thousand of hopeless S. H. RAY _
411t"' IVfbf'en permanently cured. I shall be A. B. CAMPBELL Marrels of the Univer-e a graphic description ot
crHnd two bottles of my remeUy FREE to any the wonderful things in Nature;thrilling adventureson
who hare consumption if they will Land and Sea-renowned discoveries: of great ex
:readers and post office address. Jacksonville Fla. plorers. Published In English and German. fei pites
,end e their express Sli illustrations. A GREAT BOOK TO SELL. lift*-
Reapectfully trattnl circulars and extra terms to agents I REE.FOH.M1KC .
T A. SLOCCil, M. C, 11. Pearl et.. New York. Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., it JXcJIAKiN. linciuiiatl. O.

Si' Knabe Pianos, Weber Pianos, Haines

Advice to Mother Bros.' Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox & PERFECTCOFFEE _
SOOTHING 8 i tPllhon1da.1wa"l White) and MAKER
trw.WnrsMw-'S TITUSVILLE FLA.Geo'l Organs Chicago Cottage
Ued when children ore cutting teeth. It re- / A new invention for making
the liUle lu1rerel' t once;it prOduces natural, Organs ;1 C.tfee and Tea,better than nytu.p -
thelittlerherubawakesa1"bright "., Srt deep.and I will Sell and Deliver at your nearer:; fft-e and can be used with any
CJ <
ina button. Lt is very pleasant to taste. It Pot. will be
Coffee or Tea Sample
station JGfrade
Motto the chili,sotkne t be gums,allay aU pain, I High sent by mail for twenty cents latUmps.
vMrnlatei the and is the best known remedy Aeeut slanted to
diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or send for full particulars of this
fpe Twenty-flTC cents a bottle. and other fast selling articles.
ForsheeA McMakiii,Cincinnati.a
iJ1'! Eo.OTT.NewYorkCitFDEAENESS Merchandise wf.1 SV..Solid Gold Wn.b.
lkt ) Mr'rtl)n
[ CURED brrwVsFu. i'uc ( tackcee twaruned.
EAR CUSHIONS Heave auhd ..old
| heard dlatlnelly.: Comfort. OR
ails B lffIfMfIII wbpre all r edlM fall" rfa ,. rases of equal .lue.
"..... .A44nllorcaUoa I.NbUIZ.'UUrua4wQ,.. U.te Person ID each loa >
STORE. i y can secure one ft't,
I'h)'sici uls Confess.All o with! our lr r anJiri-
line Cf lloiik hind
ORGANSI'OR t u r t
.. aciplei. The.e.anpi ,, a.
!lionst physician who give B. IJ.B. ,. wit'vee.aaianfr Ji the watrh...,o hose we tend kept
(Botanic !IHootl Balm: ).a trial frankly thn in < f'T C ti.. .'h nc I ah iwn then t<> those
who iiiiv ia .,!.Ihev' ceeeuat cw ti propertj. Tho<
admit superiority over ALL otherblood
who write -t u r aj .e ;< .f recei iaf the (han
LFVS HONEY than other house the
medicines. any I S: mnl<' s. wt T-sy all! eiv'". frelrtt.ete. Actiresa
I propose to keepFirstC1as United Stan *. I \\illt-lnpa Piano or Organ to Stin.ota.tCo., Uov S(2PortlandMainC.
Dr. 11'.1. Adair, Knckmart.: Ga.. any honest man <>r woman, on trial, and it not -- -- -
write* .'1 regard II. B B as one of the sati>fa<.tory. I will pay freight both wa 'II. $25
blood medicines." cash and $10 a month on a Piano, and $10 cash and
best A $5 a month on HI. Or-iau; till paid for-uot much
Ir. .\. If. llo c()('. Nashville! Tenn., f more than ordinary rent. On these %ery liberal I PIANOS
writ('- : ".111 ivj.orts I of B. II. U. are favorable terms .iiivone can own a instrument. Send forI I
and its j-poedy action i is truly THEE: CATALOGUE containing full information. ,
Sheet llu+i(". Strings, Violins Banjos, Guitars, Acrordeon" -
wonderful.I: -or- and in fact, e,.ery Musical Instrument
Dr. .T. V.'. Rhodes C'rawfordsville, Ga., that ii writes: "I confers 1'. II. B. is the best NEAT AND PROMPT. I pl..tA Patalo:!ue*. I hate 20.000 pieces of Choice
and quickest medicine for rheumatism I I I Tu"ic lit 10 ,'cuts'I'I'r l''PY. i

liavc ever U-Iel." : A. B. Campbell Jacksonville, Fla. 5

J. S. Farmer. I --
Dr. Crawfordsville, Ga.,
Auite-s : "I cheerfully recommend II. II. -1-01- a line tonic alterative.; Its use cured ] i
an excrescence of the neck after other SCOTT'S

remedies ellected 110 perceptible good."

Dr. C. .\. Mont;!omero. .rack ()lIville.

Ala., writes : "31y mother insisted on JOB PRINTING DRY GOODS

my getting; B. B.: !>. for her rheumatism, EMULS@IOF
a? her ease stubbornly resisted the uual: ,
remedies. She expeiieuecd immediate

relief and her improvement has been NOTIONS
truly wonderlu"A PURE COD LiVER OIL

prominent physician, who wisheshis AND HYPOPHOSPK1TESAlmost
name not given, says : "..\ patient of
sucii ,\sLETTERHEADS 3Icns' Ladies' & (.'llildrells'PI '< .
mine ulm-e cage of tertiary syphilis was as Palatable as Milk. I I
surely killing; pun ami which no treat- D '
I So disguised that it can be taken I
ment seemed! to cheek was entirely
the most
digested and assimilated by
cured with about twelve bottles of II. II. : Q3CLOTHING I sensitive stomach, when the plain oil
B. He was fairly made up of skin and .. cannot be tolerated; and by the combination -
I of the oil with the hypophos
bones and terrible ulcers. N. phites is much more efficacious. YOUR HOME

Remarkable as a flesh producer.
.\ Letter From IS. .\. ( h.elc.1 t
I Persons gain rapidly while taking It. _

1 take pleasure in testifying to the merit : XOTE-IIEADS, SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged WITHOUT ONE.

of Ti'tterine, the sure cure for skin tli.sSIM JBATS: Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation

< >. 1 had been aillietetl \\ith tetter on in the world for the relief and cure of SAVANNAH, Ga., Nov. 1, 1888.

my face and body for years and had used I ILI -IIE.\DS, I CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA. Forty Thousand Southern Homes Hindu
happy with fine instruments since 1S7O,
every remedy could hear of recommended I GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING .
unit still the good work goes on.3OOO
for skin diseases without the
deriving DISEASES, EMACIATION, Pianos and Organs sold last :year.
pli 'hU'!.t benefit until I was induced to use COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS. 5.OOO oar mark for this year.Lower I'rice*;

Tettcrine, and to my great satisfaction a STATEMENTS, The great remedy for Consumptian, and greater Better Instruments Inducement;will Easier!gain Terms n<* this and iu-
few applications made a permanent cure. ] Fasting in Children. Sold by all Druggists creased bale.
I know of a number of other cases where it Thousands of Homes yet oniluPllIetlvlth

has been equally! as successful. CIRCULARS, If any dealer says he has the W.L.Donela.. Instruments! that might to-day be enjoylnc
Yours: truly Shoes without name and price stamped o: them through our easy system! selling.
very Gent's Furnishing Goods. the bottom, put him down as fraud.. CASH to pay down not needed. We haveA
C.\I> /B. .\. CIUCLI, PLAN by which, WITHOUT RISK, any
Titusville, Fla. FOLDERS, one can obtain an Instrument of any styleor
% cent a box at Dr. J. B. Screven'b ALSOCROCKERY Price making either MONTHLY*

iVug-Store- and dealers generally.)) 6. iI IiiHtruincnt.until QUARTERLY paid for, meanwhile or YEARLY enjoying PAYMENTS ole of

INVITATIONS, GLASSWARE .Y No extortionate prices. No Risk. No For- t
Notice of Incorporation. feiture of all cash paid if Installments!! cannot
be promptly paid. Contract perfectly
The following Corporation has this FAIR and EQUITABLE, protecting ;'ur-
chasers from all loss.
day been fonnctl by the ullllCl'Si lIellIncorpftratol' or
HARDWAREAND Write ns and we will point out the way t.
to wit : St. John and Indian
River Canal and Steamboat Co. get a fine Instrument Easily! and at a Low
Capital: Stock 6100.000 dollars, in Price; Wonderful bargains for Fall I88S.

shares: of 100 dollars each. Better than any before olfered. Prices

To dig, excavate an'l build a canal connecting DODGERS, Largely Reduced. Notice these! SPECIAL
the waters of the St. John's antI
Indian river by a suitable and sufficient Goods.These OFFERS:

(canal to carry, transput and convey Ship Chandlery Upright Piano only $200
persons and Iu'opcrty thereon in the
7% Octaves-Overstrun Scale Time
Counties Volu&ia, Ilrevard and Orange Strings Rosexvood-FuhJ- Guaranteed
anti all necessary canals connecting said -Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price,$600.

princip canal. To navigate and run I Parlor .
WEDDING CARDS Organ only $65Four
Steamboats: upon paid causal St. Johns w. L. DOUCLASFOR
and Indian IHver. The principal office Sets Reeds-11 Stops-Coupler*-
Handsome Case. Catalogue Price,8 OO.
of 'said Corporation shall be at VISITIXtRDS" will be the main features: of my $3 SHOE CENTLEMEN.'Pianos .

O.h'cli. Volusia county. State of Florida, business, but orders sent me for anything Beat in the -world. Examine his Stool,Cover,Instructor,Music Book
and all Paid.
OSTHKX, Fla., March 15, ISS9. kept in any store in Titus- S5.0O GENUINE IIAND-SKU'KD SHOE. Freight
4.0O IIANISEVt'Kl WELT SIIOK. Other Special Offers just as good. Largest Stock
11.1-:. OSTKIX. a
ville will be promptly filled. 83.50 POLICE AND FA KM Kit S* SHOE. South, to choose from. TEX GRAND JIAKEKS.
JOHN SAULS. 82.50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE. $AD Different Styles. Can suit all buyers. Write
JOHN \\ I'KICE. 83.00 and SI.75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES for catalogues,circulars, and Free Copy of our new
\\'. S. Xouwoon. All made In Congress, Button and Lace. paper "Sharps and Flats,"givingfull and valuableinformation.

Gio.-- ---U'-DICKSON.-- SEND YOUR ORDERSTO Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens W. L, DOUGLAS .

Circuit Court of the Seventh J"dicialCirrllit THEFLOEIDA- Or any Country Produce my customersor Best Material. Best Style. Best Fitting. ONE OUR EASY PRICE TERMS.ONLY.
If not sold by your dealer, write
of Florida, Jlrerard County, friends may bring TT. L. DOUGLAS. BKOCKTON. MASS HANDSOME OUTFITS.

A. J). 188 .. In Ctanctry.JOIINATHAN to market. Examine W. L. Douglas' $2 Shoes for BEST INSTRUMENTS.ALL .
II. TIIIV "I"j | STAR Gentlemen. 15 DAYS' TRIAL. t
AUTiirR F. S. WILLIAMS I| Foreclosure
I ask for a share of the public patronage LUDDEN&BATES
and 'f C. J. HECTOR
HEMEY F. WILLIAMS I Mortgage. JOB PRINTING OFFICE, and come as a supplicant, not adk SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. SA 'AHN H. GA.

I i tator, asking for your favors.If ,.
it and I courteous treatment 1Ielboilrl. e, Fla.i -" _-- .., -:- 'Iti-" .:+.. C' "
t1RY Fisiiiir. J ,good

It from the affidavit of goods and low figures is I
appearing I
Minor S. Jones, complainant's solicitor the candidate for I CURE

Iu the above entitled cause that the respondents. public favor,
Arthur F. S. Williams! and then I'melected. & Organs

Uepsoy F. Williams and Harry Fisherare y

non residents i of the State of Florida,

over the age of il years, and that the residence Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co.
of Arthur F. S. Williams and Chilled Plows and SugarCane FFTS '
Hepgpy F. Williams is unknown to afli- I
art, and that Harry Fisher resides in Mills. If you want to purchase a,

the City of Baltimore. State of Mary- I .i When I fay Cum: I ,'.o art mr -n merely tIt
I Piano write to the
Organ undersigned -
land; therefore or stop them fur a time,ami then ft.ive tl-em return
It (is ordered that the paid respondents aran. I MEAN A U.\iif,, CI IU .
or give him a call. I have made thedisease, of
Arthur F. ."'illiams and Hepsey Wil-

Uuus and Harry Fisher do plead an- Can sell you any of the in- FITS, EPILEPSY orPALLING
*ver or demur to the said complainant's"HI SICKNESS
of complaint, herein filed on or before struments of the best and lead- ,
the first day of July A. D. 1SS9. or A lifelong study. I WARRANT my remedy to

the said bill will be taken as confessed, ing makers at prices that defy failed CURE is the no worst reason cases.for not Because now receiving others cure.have

and the complainant will be allowed to I Send at once for a treatise and a FREE liorrLK
proceed l ex-parte with his said cause. It competition. of my INFALLIBLE REMEDT. Give Expret
and Post Office. It costs you nothing for a
J further ordered that this order be published vs trial, and it will cure you. Address

. once a week for lour consecutive H.C.ROOTM.C.V 183PWLSr..HrYoU
\neks In the FLORIDA STAR, a news- .

aIK4r ptihlMiotl In Titusville, Ilrevard Pianos aM toim sold oa tie Installment J I

. CoUIltJ.'loritla.. Notice.All .

:.t /( Witness, the Honorable John D. Plan when iBslreJ Discount concerned will take notice that six
.:: Broome, Judge of the said Court; asa months after date I will present my final

. i Well A. .\. Stewart, Clerk of Circuit account to Honorable Minor.Jon{- ,Coun-
_:.'. J Court, and the seal thereof, at the Courthouse to Ctelies on Organs.All ty Judge of Brevard county, Florida, and
: in Titu \'ille. this 5th day of
4 pray for an order di mi-sing me from the
" June, A. I). I8b0. yn _' it % corresrontlence will receive promi. 't execution of the last will and testament of

', A. A. STKWART, i'd'r' __ attention.E. Phineas D. Wesson, late of said county,
; Clerk: of Circuit Court. i deceased. .

By H. F. Atkinson, Deputy-clerk. B. WAGER, AGNES WESSON,

11. MINOR Solicitor S. JONES for complainant., 7 Is. H:. :Rav. TltusvlHe, Florida. oO-Gmo. A.lministratrlx.THE .



WEDNESDAY JUNE 19, 1859.r .

4 i

LOCAL LACONIC I -Mr. J. R. Dixon, of Rockledge; I -Ca P t. and Mrs Quince Stewart arrived i I

I I in Friday |! in town yesterday afternoon. I of the Indian RHcr Spelling I
{I AVhv, in the Bazaar crowded ? town 31iii tcs and Procerdinss;

What means, thh stir in to' n? 'I 1 -For lineaPPleSliapply to Captain -Mr. J. W. Huntington has been in i I Class.

.l Why Turner and Gardner, the people's men, jZellers, schooner Manatee, Titu-ville. town for a few days. ,

1 Are knocking the prices down. 1 For dwarf Cavendish banana plants: I stand and and 1.00, and every class of fine hoea
i Honey Money Money! to "Spelling class, up. Spell :
laugh at competition,
They j
.,t; And well, indeed, they may ; !! loan on real estate. Apply to Bobbin address: Mr. \\'. A. Baugh, Melbourne, define merchant." ; in proportion. Suspender from 7 to Kfc

For they're knocking the old-time prices ont I j & Graham, Titusville. Fla. 4- I II I 3I-e-r. mer. c-h-a-n-t, merchant-a person : per pair, fine white shirt 40c., .0c., 89t i

And they hare mae tn ffay. I W. II. Sharpe. of City Point, Ir.r.. A. Shaw, of Jacksonville, I who buys and sells goods at a reasonable : and $1.04, and the finest white !shirt i ia ,r
-Plenty fresh; tomatoes: in town. i; wa* a passenger on the train yesterday, I I registered at the Grand View, Friday profit ; and we read that small profits the town for $1.o: ; needles :2c., thread
and i I I II I :2c. fine notepaperic.. per quire, envelopes
I h Rather warm yesterday and will be away for about a five days I Ja-t. make quick sale-: fine unruld linen
I 2: to
-Mr. G. '\'. Sanderson, of Rockledge] trip. I Oyster- shell lime of A } quality i 5 j "Correct. Next! Spell: ape." !, per lOc. rJC.'eq'per quire. In fact they keep pi. \

.. is at Indian River City Hotel, to-day. :I -:Mr. E. I*. Wager; has: just finiShed anew I offered for sale by J. S. Wataon of EI..I .\.-p-e, ape a person who has no I; everything, and from l. the prices you cpce<<
t I brains of their and who has to makeUse would think each individual article
'\-. Holme- of City Point, Naiade Dora Price furnl-eel on application own was
-I>r. G. set ofails for his! fleet yacht !
; I of other by aping or imitating intended as a "leader. Haven't you seen
.) was in town la-t night.Mr. j and :he will !soon be sailing around "in I -Mr. Ray TLompkin-.. of Jeffersonton, people's! the crowds going and coming from there! Re'
i their action and mode of doing<<
+ Robert Ran'-on: of Canaveral i i5 all her glory.: i Georgia i wain town 1 lat Thursday tclook i iI i True child ; I have seen the crowds snd l
thin;.-; as"Correct-o a kind of an animal. my
t in town this week. I -Owing to the tormy weather and I after !Borne land matters .I going down there somewhere, but I sap.1 Tbt

-Mr. 1) M. Egertun: of Kansas City. I the absence of the steamer White at Mel with his interest in Titu-ville. I again. Next Spell Bazar. ,' 1)o-edfrom: the numbers and ago: the -
1 i! B-a-ba-z-a-r-zar. Lazar the I place expression on everyone's face, that
excursion the bead -The'chooner Manatee be chartered happy JraSPi
'.0 Mo., was in town; yesterday.Dr. I j bourne, the to ocean I can picnic .
a or
where organizing
the were preparin
down the depot they -
on corner by
Danielthe Cocoa der.ti-t. njvat I, at EI Dora Sunday was declared off. I for carrying freight or for tripsinygg I bargainwhere : to celebrate the declaration of alias h* >n

I, -S' the Grand View to-day. / ;i -Lo t, a 12: ,foot dingey with oar 1 I "here on the coast. Freight rates I everybody goes to get ; Caesar, or some equally important event

peen I.nth at Orint' Farm. Find alwayreaonable.. Her captain make I you can buy cheaper: for ca-h than you I But cnongh: :-..aid.V'e had better adjourn jourO
of Rocklertee, wa ;
-Mi-s Wilkiuatn I can anywhere el-e in the State. Why, I and down there and do our
will address! P. holler Micco, a specialty f capturing the manatee 01cacow. i go
, in town this morning.Mr. j er Fla. plen-e: I native? only to the waters ol I: theare selling! :: the first-cla-s patent I; trading before thoe bargain* are all hi* 1 b.

and Mr-*. .T. P. Turner are expected t, I South Florida. Further particulars fur- leather slipper- for :Sl.oO( brogan03c.. i sione.
i -Mr*. P. A. Lorirnier and daughter, I i! mphh
home llay.Mr. --- --- ------
i ni-hed by J. W. ZellrrTitusviMe.! Fla. i -- --- -- ---- =---
; MiLaura[, were visitors: in Titu-ville a I .
; .1. M. glace. of Rome, G.i.. wr.- UstKits
I! few day! last week. They alo made a Following the bathing pool now incoure I : BARGAINS
Indian River City Hotel. :C
of the '
a guc-'t: of erection the Indian River ,
I trip to Melbourne i and return, Tueday.During I : at I
Monday.Mr. City Hotel, i is to be one at the Grand i A

and Mr.*. F. C. Allen of Geor i one part of the day the velocity View to be built Dr. Wiley. They CbaiatC\
: by I
I of the wind reached .); mile an I Lower Prices than Ever
giana, and Mr. ar.d Mr*. Win. Mun-on, 1: hour, Monday ; and the new hotel tood have had one in use forome: time pa-t I Goods al 'c.,
'fit the end of lat week, for a trip ,
left here, i! thi* -trong blow \\ithout the lea=t perceptible but it hardly l adequate to the requirements :i! ireelTl
11 or of the who arriveat
1 tlr.)1 I motion. numerous guests I Time to
r. and Mr<. A. .1. Canoga, of Rock- the Grand View. Dr. Wiley has now Now is the Buy. COCO;
1. 1 -One of the recent act, of the Legislature .I
ledge, took a trip to :.rt. Augustine yetcrday. -- decided to commence building one that trectw

I prohibits a person making preferred will he fully equal to the occasion. The \Ve sell white shirts from :>5e to 81.00 each: Ladies Ruflling, 7c

Service at the Epi:-copal church C' mniences I creditor in :t ignmcnt". Hereafter bath-room will be 14\30 nnd pool l 1.xl2, to ISe per yard; Pearl button. :2c to Sc per doz.; Towels GV to Oc each; 31 r,
1 I in this State, all the creditors have ; 1 12c: each needle 2c pencil 3c to tpen )\,
j I at 10:30 o'clock a. m. rind 8 p. m with two extra bathtubs andkerchief-< to ; pinIc; ?, ; ; in1
to *!hare alike. point- 7 for oc; Dust pain best, We: ; Lamp chimney. 4e and 5c

L4 Sundays.] I -Work was temporarily delayed Monday ( While here a few days ago Mr. D. each. and many other articles at astonishingly low price- two ;S

-Superintendent J. II. Sam of Courtney D. I Rogers, Daytona, w looking over the Mtt
on the brick building near the Courth.u..t
came up t<. towr.und:1: ,-. and returned pro-pect-s further in addition to the infection COME AND SEE US. Tb1d3.
!, belonging to Me* r*. Robbing &
made by :Mr. Help-. of Daytona,
home ye-terday. G-aham, owing: to the unpropitious :tate
-The picnic and dance at Hurdeevilk! 1 1IL.t I of the weather.; about moving the Daytona Ice Factoryto We Charge Hotting for Showing Goods. to (le.after;

attended few from I our town. Whether \Ir. Rogers re-

Friday who wa*had by a time. I -Mr. Hale, the mail clerk t.n Indian ported favorably or not we have not a- We have gone into the bu-iiuss, not for a few week or months (
this a pleasant
place very bntin
r.f : River Di\iion, i iz on a few ..b.lca. .
certained. Both of tine-e gentlemen are only hut ,
-Mrs. Geo. M.\ Robbins courageouslykilled : I Jacksonville! where Mr,*: Dale! i io: connected with the Daytona Ice Company PEB. .A..N"ENTLY
a good-sized< and seem anxious to locate hereif and of [from
And fair to merit the confidence patronage
: t : j, .'<( iconu> in front of her residence .I *, of Sauford: fill,* hi place they were sure the water would make the we tru-t hy dealing ilyrt-

:-I, 1 Monday afternoon. -Mr. Arthur T. Feaster, mail clerk on I a good quality of ice. public. Respectfully iwe

:: r. J. W. )IcInt 're, Mr\ E. L. the main line of the J., T. & K. W. Railway -
-Quite a nuiuber took advantage of air
; I II
; '! chief clek 1 left here ye-terday the S. A.. BELCI-IER & CO.
r-r)1- : I : ha been in town a few day the excursion to St. Augustine yesterday flora
: f jr a few weekvacation ia the pat week. Hi many friend were glad 1 I
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: morning, to yacht race, row- !land

.t} of Narih Carolina.We I to *re him here again.Archdeacon I: iug match. etc.. and also to *trip the lightfantatic" Clydce S-t 1t:1.Ship:: Oo. his T

jf{f regret to hear of the ser ious iiif Carpenter arrived Sunday in the evening at the old fort I ing u

try of Mr.\ Sherman Singleton; but we ', New York Charleston & Florida Lines.The .
I \ ners afternoon lat from Courtney, and of :San Marco and at Anta-ia Island We

I.., trust it will not }IK long ere he i iable tot I hM: eveningcrrice that day at :'t. know that the lovers of Terpsichore I neitTl

,'III! be about again. Gabriel* church. He will l>e here to fully enjoyed the latter part of the pro- appc:

J ;. -Prof. Schell :and wifetarted, 1- h.$!M service Sunday next, the -3rd?: int, gramme; while sonic of our enthusiastic ;pro

t Friday fur Lake IutlerBradford county, both morning and evening. yachtsmen, who were present, were, no there

where they will :peed a few week' vaca -Mr. Jake Birnbaum returned fromh doubtdelighted with the sailing niatche- roast

tion. ;* trip down the river Wednesday, having The excursion wag for the benefit of the 1 Char]

-Florida rough lumber.une* other Order of Conductors and I =-
) :gone as far as Jupiter. He his a-*io't-' Railway we Aidirii

:'. dealer! sell on at $11.50+ per ing Mr. M. S. Jones, aignee, in the sale hope it wa a financialncces?. n

;1 t;1. thousand including drayage by Oliver & of stock signed by Mr. B. for the bene -3Ir. Hutchinson h about completedhis Holy]
I Budge. fit cf his creditors. bathing pool at the new hotel. It is
of this Line ail folios 30th
I Magnificent Steamships= : are appointed to a- :
f :r -J. A. Dur-t. of Crescent City the
: ,J
Latent 5-ummer styles in ladies hat. I located in one of the large rooms in the (Standard Time.) Coco.
1 I' .f the State of FIrtJI
pioneer well-sinker < 1!
0 north wing of the house and will be
at New York prices, just received All: so i are cT1
:;( : ida, i is now operating at Indianola, Fla.. arranged that the depth of water can be From Jacksonville to New York. i' From Fernandina to New York.
Hamburg I
t > a fine line of : edging.up'rinr : : '
where all communication may be ad- regulated from three to about five feet in IROQrOISurday, 6.00 a. m SEMINOLE call Oil's ton. Tuesday, June 4 atSpraSEMIXOLE
1J .
low be .
fi dreed! and information be obtained. > :jroodsat pricecan YDLSEE.. Thursday, .". tit at 9:3u a. m i, CHEROKEE, .. :Friday 7 at 3pmllatSpm onIwt
o', I found at Mrs. 31. A. Serim-reour's! depth. This pool is about 14 feet square, Ilnday .. !.f. at l-::(-Oi.ooa i IKOQUOIS. ".. Turl'day. .h.
;; E. Church Smth. Rev. Jam CHEROKEE Thur-d'iy, n: at 4OJ a. m !, SOI KOI.E. Friday 14 at3pm
: : and is connected with a large dressingroom ..
: Wa-hington avenue Titus'illt.Fla.. IIIOQUOI'nods). 16. at 6:00 a. m i j CHEROKEE ". ".. TiircdayrnJay. '' 1* at 3pm coo*
4 ",' Bjlton will preach at Hill's Hall, Cocoa. with partitioned compartments for N'rMlNuLK.CHErfoKEE. Thnrslay: .". .y, at H>:Oo a. m IKOQUOISsJ. ..' .. ".. Jl at3pm
-:Mr. Walter Howland, we learn, has sunday. : .{, at 12.O) uoon bEMlKOIJi. Tu ''da.', 25at3pm (OBL
on Sunday next June 3rd.! Service at 1 I preparing for the bath. This will be a IIOQt'OIThurs,lay, ,. 21. at iOO: p. m 'i CHEKOKEE: .. Friday .. pm
S--ued policies up to 25,000 since he has bEMINoLE.C11E110KLL. Snuday. ;;0, at 4:0': ) a. in their
11 a. m. and 7 p. m, standard time. i I Thi great acquisition tr) the hotel, and will : Thursday ', JulyI.. at 8.U a. m I I
been in this
neighborhood. speaksI Tl
Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m.As :I! be specially attractive to the gue-ts. The

: an amateur photographer we be- :I well for the success of the above-named water, of course, will be the salt artesian For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to atterSant:

I lic-xe Mr. Scrimgeour ha made rapidprogrev ,I :gentleman and world-renowned in-urI water supplied from the well. )Ir. J.:1. LE-LIE_ \-Lt, JackvoiTMlle! ; 1. G. [Gil:, Trafhc :'(:ttlat'r. :3"> roadway, New Tort;:: (:
J..1 feTLAL:: Aeeut :rt'wauJiI.a.
the .
for some of tIC"iew. taken by HCf company Equitable.Mr. Hutchinson: i i-. at present, rushing the JOHN: L. HO\V\R1: T. F. .V.. JirkoiiTiKc.sfiit, F. M IRONMONGER. T Y. \.. Jackfotctie. cost
I \V3I. 1*. CL\Hi; \ t'e>.. (.r'urrrl .\ -, 1' :South "'laa.'u* ,- I'hilatli-lphi ; ;. ISowEOBBINS store
him would compare very favorably! with I \ and Mrs. G. W. Mackenzie, of work, a- he expects start trk.

,. work turned out from photographic :I Banana River, arrived in town lat week, fur the north. fort t.
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I studio in Florida. I and .:-ay that life on the Banana: so far, -The Sunday School mass meeting willLife

I : -Dr. Djdon, the tlenti-t. i* now fully I I,I thi summer, ha. been very pleasant, to.,k place a-- per announcement, at :3Iel- & GRAHAM, Tl

1 .14 o-labli-hed: and with hip equipment fI with no mosquitoe They are stayingat I bourne Beach, Wednesday last, and it .w

dental) machinery and tool i is prepared I I the residence of 1\Ir. and :MrJ.. P'I I was the largest of its kind ever held on OfF ...... J >inrbusi

firt. to undertake every kind of w,l rk appertaining Turner, during their absence at their Indian River. The object of the meet- I
to the teeth. We are informed 'I place on. the HilUborou,.h. I inn was to organize an Indian River j I As!

p that he ha*. the moxt: superior outfit onIndian i i -:Mr. Walter J. Knight: wa*. in town !i branch of the American :Sunday School' .....- .TOUIpxx,
I \ J
River.Mer r.
: la-: Friday on his way north to e Union, to make provi-ion for an annual I'

( *jFI >. Robbiu* & Graham left latjaturday -utanier mouthVe learn that this is I holiday for Sunday School, etc. The LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. 'T

,F .: morning the for.,Tallahassee Court in on : hi-, first summer north in several years ; I whole affair was, we learn, successfully Loans Negotiated{ : on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent. can
x bu-ine:<; Supreme regard lit- time i heretofore being occupied! superintending carried out, and the picnic was thoroughly Clinic'tl >tin rapMly growing Towns will net investorHX>>> per diacdari

+ : to an important land e.ifrom ; work on hi. place at :Sebas enjoyed by those} present, who had avery cent in twelve monthUesitUnce -.

.4 Dade County They expect to spend j I I tian. During hi- absence he ha* left a pleasant' day's: outing. The steamer I : lotin Tituville' from $?O up to SKHJO.' taw

,,t ,t r several days at the State capital ere they man in charge of his place. St. Lucie was charted fur the occasion, I Business lots from $:!50 to S::?))t(). dour

-I return. t and left here at six o'clock with eYitnr
a. m.
-Ye Editor of the S T..A )Ir. I.. B.Wager ; -The Second Quarterly Conference of about 100 on board, and returned at 11 Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands
i Indian River Mi ion. 31. E. Church
.J' St. and I ,
hgone to Augustine o'clock At the it decided More than 3 0J0( (i)04)) ) Acreof
for much neetled vacation .-mth. will be held at City Point Saturday p. in. meeting was Choice Lands, located in near Iv every JJ
a I to call the organization: 'The Indian county in the :State, suitable fur Farming, Grazing, Fruit and Vc"etableGrowingPine. plotda
and Sunday, June 20th: !} and 30th, II III r-
few which wiI1'e him time
(If a days* t I I River Sabbath School:! Association," Cypreand Cedar Timber 1 price SI Acre and
Rrv. T. J. Nippon, presiding elder steward per
invigorated |
lIe will
r to return fully -
recuperate.! upward-
: I which will be tributary to the State npo1n0.
and all official member
are -
and to re-attack, with
prepared 1 I I Branch of the America': 'unday School P. O. I5iix :2-30! Titusville. Florida. :
to attend and bring prepared .
the and worries of bu-ine', report-
zest, cares ;
i Union and the following i ia list of the Sat,
,o :end in all your job work at once. i Particulars of Cervices will be published ; A. A. STEWART GEO. M.
officers of the .A- _ciatjan of
: > appointed : ]f
4 i J --)[). Walter Howland. special agent : in next week's i i-sue. Hc\'. Jamc Bolton Circuit Court.
i I President.i Rev. J. Bohon, City Point Atty. at Law. M. D.BREVARD tha'ltitl
+ -r' t of the Equitable Life Assurance jfociety. i preacher in charge.i I ;
III, of New York, has been in town for the i :,ecretary.V.. L. Ilughlett, Rjckledge; ABSTRACT

e; past: two weeks oliciting insuranceXext i understand there waa marked : Yice-pre-idel1t-:; : Tituville, S. II. Ray ; OF TITLE COMPAEComplete CGt
week he will take trip down the !
a ; improvement among the members of Eau Gallie, Rev. H. )I. Prince ; Melbourne ; Abstracts of Title furnished ,
t river, and will try and call ou every 1 'I to all lands In lire- ;
t butt}-. Anyone wanting good, reliable! Happersett's: singiug; class Monday : E. P. Branch; La Grange, T. "ard county, Florida.Titles and

in.mar.ce iu the largest, i insurance company ; evening. and it i hoped it will continue. : Johnson ; City Point, G. X. Hatch; Examined and It*
t I in the world will do well! by taking: Although the "beating of time" may not : Rockledge and Cocoa, O. K. Wood ; Perfected.Box f.eon.

: a.iwlicy in the Equitable. i have been quite correct still, taking : Brantley. Jas. Owen : :Malabar Mrs. J. 25O, Titusville, Fla.

,3 -Mrs. Deisncr will, to-day, open a all thing into cou-ideration i the improvement i T. Baett Seba-tian, Jas. A. Groves. -
; toesoXUd
.. bakery and lunch counter at the old I SPECIA.L OF DER !
made in so short a time was
of Valentine Gailot railway ; ; Altogether there were about 400 presenttt New Varieties
bakery near i Peaches and
it I depot.! : )1 r:*. Deisner i is so well known in ;I )noticeable. and speak well for Mr>. ; this most enjoyable picnic. We understand Plums, $10.00 per 100. toll:
orders before June
be booked for
town that we have iv> doubt that her 1I:1pper5ctt's'stem I of teac 1in-:.:... "Romewas 'I that Dr. Hughlett was the chief fall delivery at above price for anv' of the Ices
will bo is. tollovrinvarieties : Early and Late, Arlington, idwell's 1'tent0.
line Improved
efforts in thi appreciated.and ; built in It said that
l not a day.
of I promoter of the meeting, and great credit Honey and Pee nto Peaches; Kelsey, Satsuma, Ogan and other J ) .s, budded plo
that fair amount public apan
a patronage : nio-t things come to those who wait and on Peach or Plum stock as trees three Terni
I will lw accorded her towns- ; is due to him for being the means of preferred; to four feet high 10 T er cent
r by our I
r her we conclude that such must al-o be the it with the aid of others I with order, balance before s ipment. RM bright Cotton Seed lP3J, $S00? ton.
i t. l IIl opl} 11'e wish her success: in. new I bringing to per IQ i

r"ntule-, case with music.* > I orsuccesaful. au :s.ue. 'i JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, Melbourne, 'la. hearthe.

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