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 26, 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:
University of Florida
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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.​
Resource Identifier:
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AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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I. -- cocoa. upon the first Monday in each month, Melbourne. the Fleming Grant at Sebastian, which Till in an.

:!a-p Wn 1 rain 1 11! rain J 111 and remain at the Grand View for a Heavy rains the past week, and everybody has been surveyed into lots and grove Oranges will be pretty scarce this sea-

)Q Cocoa seems to be the favorite stopping week while attending to his dentistrywork. is busy putting out sweet potatoes. tracts. Several families have settled

)lace for commercial men. teeth.almost The doctor says he enjoys pulling Captain McLean was here for a short there and a number are expected this son.Mr.. Corbett has built a large additionto
asa p morningHill's as much as he does
Rev. James Bolton preached his time last week with his trade-boat Agnes.Dr. fall. We hear the company proposes to his house.
in Hall on Sunday. upon cornet-both operations calling build a hotel on their costing
I and evening forth sounds similar in form and Lyman's artesian well is down properry \Ir. Storey has a fine crop of cassava
Isp. the quality.A besides other
is being on $50,000, making impro'ements. -
i The tin roofing put about 125 feet and in the rock we be- coming on, but. lost his melons by someone's -
and Daniels.drug fierce electrical storm, last Sunday .
:e store of Drs. Hughlett lieve. piney-woods razorback.Our .
caused some alarm in the timid breastsof U. D'OsoHU.
itr nr. L. T. Daniels, the Cocoa the Cocoaites ; and when an unusuallyloud Our merchants seem to keep busy most school is now being continued un

rII his returned home after a few days sojourn : clap of thunder came after a viyid of the time and receive heavy freights, State News der the efficient management of :Miss

t. in Titusville. : streak of lightning felt that notwithstanding this is the dull season. May Valentine, at the packing house in
1 Presbyterian church, at Foster
returned to
!If Captain W. H. Sharpe has from the little something had been struck in the town ; Mr. E. C. Thomas is having his cottage Park, has been condemned as unsafe. the grove.

II his home at City Point last week. and so it had. The freight house of Mr. remodeled, celled, more windows put in, Tho heavy winds and rains caused the Tillman now has a Sabbath School of

trip he took to Tallahassee J. M.: Sanders, which stands out on the and means to have a very comfortable roof to settle, causing the walls to spring.It about twenty members, with Mr. Conk-

. Those, who who attended the St. Aug end of the steamboat landing, was the home. is regarded as impossible to repair it. ling for superintendent; bible class, Miss

e excursion from Cocoa pronouncedit object of the lightning's attack ; but it Mr. Whidden recovered his team of The hearing of the Benjamin habeascorpus May Valentine teacher; second bible

it a most enjoyable trip throughout. only tore off one corner of the building, mules at City Point. Messrs. Ellis Smith case, which was to have come off class;, Miss Edith Valentine ; primary,

A bite load of lumber for the M. E. and, making its way out through the and Rainey had the pleasure of walking Wednesday, was adjourned to await the Mrs. G. W. Storey ; secretary, Frank

Church, South, which is soon to be builtarrived roof on the other side, did no more dam twenty mile, finding plenty of water on conclusion of a murder case then on Idner.

Cocoa, on the Frost Line last age. Last summer the house of Mr. the way.A By the way, we saw the first steamerever
at > trial before Judge Broome, at Tavares.
J week. Lyman Barnes was struck, and thoughno few mosquitoes have put in an ap- up the creek at Mr. Idner's landing.It .
great damage was done it is not Lee Houston, one of Miccosukie Messrs. Fee & Nesbitt's steam-
The railroad meeting will be held at pleas- pearance. We have been so long with was
ant to think that the is sink murderers, was captured in Thomas- and when she let off her shrill
in Hill's Hall, on Friday of this lightning specially out them that the few we have are very yacht
Cocoa, partial to Cocoa. ville, Ga., last week, by John R. Sapp, of whistle cats dogs chickens and
week (June 2Sth). A large attendance annoying. The evening of the 19th was ,
Monticello. Houston willingly returnedto
. ted.Mr.Salmon.. the time selected for their "debut." tors hunted their holes. Who says we
. is a Eau Gallic. Florida with the officer, and is in arn't coming to the fore?
"drummer" for a clothing l1essrs.Jorrison and Hitchings have
, a
New all citrus fruit prison Monticello..
growth on trees.
,. bouse in Savannah, spent a day ortwo been engaged for the past two weeks fit- As it has been a long time since there

. at this place last week, selling goods More plentiful and refreshing showers. ting up the upper rooms in their build- Braidentown people propose to enjoy was anything in ;your valuable paper

to the merchants.The W. H. Adams spent Sunday in Eau ing-papering the walls, hanging sash, themselves on the Fourth. The ladiesare from this neck of woods and as we have

friends of Miss Carry Burbank Gallie, coming up in his sloop Kelpie. and making things comfortable generally.Mr. arranging for a grand open air con had good rains after the hailstorm, I feel

cert in the afternoon and evening of that in better humor for writing now that
Miss Kate McGinnis will be pleasedto Well-sinking delayed on account of J. H. Phillips and family and Miss
md the non-arrival of the day, and will supply the public with things look fresh and healthy and we can
learn of their safe arrival at Boston, requisite Marsh have been on an excursion down
lunches, ice cream lemonade, etc. The get out our "tater" slips.
after a most stormy passage on the At- tubing. the river in the sloop Florence, return-
lantic Ocean. Our creeks are all filled with water ing last Friday. The daily rains must park will be handsomely illuminated, Mr. Idner's place looks well, consider "
and music, both instrumental and vocal
from the have detracted from the ing the drouth. His flowers and orna-
recent heavy and continued greatly pleasureof
Maude F. with a party of pleasure .
The showers.W. the trip. will be furnished by the Braidentown mental plants are doing well. I noticedten

seekers on board, started down the river orchestra. Free transportation will also or twelve new fancy caladiums, besides -

from Cocoa on :Monday, bound for H. Gleason and son, George, returned Mr. C. Gardiner, of Savannah, Ga., be furnished on the river, and a most en- other new varieties of flowers and

Vfjrtle Cottage and Melbourne Beach for from a business trip to Jupiter on was in town and gave us a pleasant call. joyable time is anticipated on the occa- I fruits for this country. He will proba

at that charming place. the Cleo, Sunday. He reports business more lively on In-
week's stay sion. Boat races on the river, for hand- bly have an artesian well for the next

Mr.Moreman, a representative of the Miss Jessie Bassett, of Malabar, is on dian River, in proportion to the numberof some cash prizes will, also, be a featureof season.

Florida Fruit Exchange, from Switzer a visit to Miss Florrie Hodg&on. The inhabitants, than in any other part of the day's: entertainment.
Well, things are moving on Turkey
the state he has visited.
Fla. visited Cocoa the first of ladies seem to be enjoying them-
land part young
Major Alex. St. Clair-Abrams announces Creek. Mr. Boone has sold his house and
He is Indian River look- selves. The steamer Georgiana passed up on '
this week. on
through a two-column letter in the forty acres of land to Mr. Conkling, of
ing up business for the orange season of Mr. Walter J. Nesbitt's steam launch, Friday to undergo repairs, after which -
Sanford Journal that he intends to agitate Texas. He has but one hand, but he is
she will assist in getting the pineapplecrop
text winter. Fairy was on our little river on Sundaylast. for reform of the methods of the making the old place hum. They are a

The Eockledge church-goers were disappointed We are sorry to hear that Mrs. to market, running from Eden to Orange :county criminal court. In this very pleasant, refined family. They have
Titusville while the White carries the
on Sunday, as the Rev. A. W. Nesbitt is rather indisposed.We connection, noticing the statement of five children and we hear their glad

Sproull, who was expected to preach chronicle, with pleasure, the arrival mail.We Deputy-Sheriff Pockel that he had put laughter every day. :Mr. C. intends to

thereon that day did not and inconsequence of little the Eau are told another company has I the and had found also
appear, a stranger on Major Abrams to test put out a grove; a large lot of pines

no services in the Methodist Gallie River. On Sunday last the wife bought a tract at Indianola, near Dr. him "a base coward," the latter says : "I and will soon commence an artesian well

Church were held.Archdeacon of John E. M. Hodgson, Esq., presentedthe Stafford's place, where they, also, pro- am past the age when a physical encounter for irrigation.

S. B. Carpenter will hold good man of the house with a little pose to erect a hotel. We believe they with a ruffian would comport with the Very frequently, in letters of inquiry,

dime service and the celebration of : daughter. Both mother and child are will all be needed to accommodate the position I occupy in this community, or the question i is asked by northern pea

Holy Communion next Sunday, June doing well under the care of D r. Fee crowd that is sure to come. be deemed necessary by any respectableperson ple, can peaches be raised on Indian

30th,at St. Michael's Episcopal Church, aad Mrs. J. T. Bassett, Malabar.. Pines are going forward in large quantities in Orange county, to demonstratemy River? My answer is, emphatically, yes,

Cocoa, at 10:30 a. m., standard time. All TRUTH. now, but look smaller than usualon physical courage. So this man mightas provided we go at it in the right way

we cordially invited. .. account of the dry weather. Alligator well understand and* so might all and get the varieties suited to the cli-

Aiiltoiia.W. skins also form good part of the freights. others who to sustain him-
The mother, sister and little nephew are disposed mate. Now, as to varieties, my adviseis
of lir. E. P. Porcher arrived at Courtneylast H. Taurman has departed, after a Apparently everybody, with all his relations that, except in defence of a personal assault to plant the peen-to and its seedlings ;

three weeks' sojourn. have been '"gator" hunting. I do not to be led
Friday from Virginia. They have upon me propose but the seedlings are very far superior to

come to the Indian River to spend the Chas. Wolf, of Eden, was a pleasant Wright Brothers discovered a man in into any encounter of the kind." the parent. There are a great many. So

rammer with Mr. and Mrs. Porcher in caller on Sunday last. his horse stable last Sunday night, or Several months ago the Leesburger be- far as I can judge the best are Bidwell's

their pretty cottage at Courtney. R. D. Hake, of Eden, was in town on rather the fellow discovered him soon gan a discussion favoring a division of Early and Yum, Yum for early, and

The Methodist Sunday School was well business a few days since.C. enough to get away in the darkness. the State, and since then nearly every Bidwell's Late and Waldo Prolific for

attended Dogs were put after him, but he out ran in the State has had something to succession. I should add a tropical variety _
notwithstanding the rain, on T. McCarty was up the river on paper
them. He is said to have been a white the of them favor of great promise, namely, Red Celon,
Sunday morning. A Christmas lox, for legal business on Friday. say on subject.Iost
man. a most prolific bearer. Peaches are worth-
division few moved by
contributions has been in thereof a ; a apparently
placed Capt. May, of Rockledge, is here on
i 0. K. Wood, where all donations Commodore Watson, with Messrs. W. local interest alone, opposed it. In West less on peach stock compared with plum
business frequently buying pineapples.
for the"Sunday School Christmas Box" II. and Geo. G. Gleason, returned from Florida, the result of the discussion has stock. The Marianna Plum is the best

will be received. Saeger Bros. and Taurman spent some Jupiter Saturday evening, where they been to arouse a public sentiment in favor grower, the Cherokee next. Mr. Idner

The time on Manatee Creek, hunting, last have been looking up the site of the ho- of annexing that territory to Ala- has a Bidwell late peach on Cherokeeroot

representative of the EquitableLife week.G. tel which is to be built there. The build- bama. If the annexation scheme is successfully grafted one year ago last March,

arrived Assurance Society, of New York, B. Burke, of Ten Mile Creek, is on ing is to be a large one and complete in carried out, it cannot fail to that is now nearly nine feet high, with a

busily at Cocoa on Saturday, and is the river buying pineapples for Wood- every way, the cost being estimated. at benefit South Florida, but it will not do splendid branched head, and has on it

!Mr.engaged in working up policies. word & Co., Baltimore.C. about $80,000, we are told. West Florida much good. The best policy nine peaches. Can that be beat any-
Walter Howland is an energetic where for the of it? We think not.
E. Chafee has just placed a con- Dr. Stafford went the St. Lucie for the Pensacola leaders to pursue age
Toung gentleman and is bent such up on
We advise all
upon to plant peaches-if not
tract for clearing, and will put out a Indianola is to advocate making two states of Flor-
Pd wort :Monday to his place at to see
,we hope for his for market least
success. at for home use. Yum
large patch of pineapples this year. what is being made on his arte- ida, calling the upper one Florida and
hardware firm of & i Yum is the earliest, frequently
Stiling Taylor very
Florida. We in
the lower are
indeed the will speed. be much one
*boast And now, plan sian well. The Dr. seems to
of the In- ripening in April. Mr. Idner's late Bidwell's -
largest flag-staff
rid of Pen-
favor of fair to
Mr. W. II. Tancre has invested in a fine pleased with his experience at :Melbourne, anything get
Ja River and Mr. Stiling vows that sacola and Jacksonville and if we can- are now turning.
caring team of m\1les-the first in these parts. and we think has been benefited in ;
the electric storm on Sunday he be not get rid of both at once, we will favor ALAMANDA.
Frank would
Master hardly
** the The Robinson Crusoe, with Captain health. ,
lightning and
"playing" up the annexation scheme as being the
days that Gardner, J. P. Cobb, Frank Everett and recognized so greatly has he improved in A Nasal Injector free with each bottle of Shiloh's
flag-staff but we could see no cheapest and quickest way for disposingof Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cent Sold by Dicksoa
widen Ce of a "strike" others from Fort Pierce, made us a pleas- appearance. & Grey, Titusville Fla.
upon making an Pensacola. With the territory west .
tnmination. ant call on Sunday.A The past week has been almost as badas
of the Chattahoochee ceded to Alabama, For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you have a
*&. organized and equipped Sab- yellow-fev&r time for vegetables. Neither printed guarantee on every bottle of Shiloh's VI-
J. A. Durst, of Crescent City, thePWOneer fully it would be a comparatively easy thingto talizer. It never fails to cure. Sold by Dickson &
School is the latest progressive sweet or Irish potatoes to be had, Grey. Titnsville Fla.
well-sinker of the State of Flori- bath place the capital of Florida where it ,
*. community. It con and only a few onions and tomatoes-egg-
Wcceeded in sinking the artesian well movement in our ought to be, to "sit" down on Jacksonville "Hackmetack" a lasting; and fragrent perfume.
W Sabbath afternoon at three plants we don't count, as we don't like Price 25 and 60 cents. Sold by DicksoD & Grey.
which he has been at work at Indi- venes every in political matters and to secure Titnsville, Fla.
of Mrs. Pratt. them. Mr. Branch had some fresh apples
Ada house
on Dr. H. M. Stafford's place on o'clock, at such legislation as the interests of the
from Georgia that were very good. Shiloh Care will immediately relieve Croup,
ofttudar of last week. A splendid flow Our first term of school closed last peninsula demand. It matters little Whooping; Cough and Bronchitis. Sold by Dieksou
rhetori- The party who brings in some venison & Grey Titusville, Fla.
water vas obtained, and we hear week with appropriate whether we accomplish these things by .
that r now would be a benefactor to his race. 11
uUanola is about to be "flooded" cal and musical. A large number of dumping Pensacola into Alabama or by The Eev. Geo. H.Thayer, of Bourbon, Ind., says:

tuh the new well-and i the rains. Visitors were present and spoke very There is quite a settlement west by creating a new state; either method Consumption"Both myself Cure.and "wife Sold owe by our Dickaon lives &to Grey Shiloh Ti

Ca Ptain ,v. H. SharPe who.livca at highly of the exercises and the evidences south, about fifteen miles from Mel would suit us, but the latter would be tusville, Fla.

a t7 Po1at raises the of progress displayed by the pupils. The bourne-R. S. Hunter and brother and best for both Pensacola and Jacksonville, L
greatest variety Capt. F. A. Hendry and Capt. J. F.
tog flnea record for attendance and punctualitycannot others. Nearly every week they come to to say nothing of Tallahassee. And Jack-
lad : vegetables on the river. A term of three Menge will go shortly to the east side of
be excelled-a loaded with venison 'alligator it and is
J receiVed town plumes, sonville has sense enough to see
a basket from the Captain day's absence. Lake Okeechobee and
single for canal
without a a
t few days months for the future hides, etc., and take back a load of opposing annexation with all her might. survey
ago, containing fresh green We feel highly encouraged through to the east coast. There is no
r4 toms toes, Mrs. McCarty has given perfect provisions. There are some spots of very If a new state were created, with Jack-
new Irish pota- doubt about the feasibility of this routeas
toea, beets, satisfaction as teacher, and an unusual good land in the neighborhood where sonville m one and Pensacola in the
sweet potatoes, cucumbers, I regards directness and cheapness and
OUiona of work has been accomplished. have settled-small hammocks and ;
Ike" in its
amount they other, each could be a "big
besides the
t pepper and a beautiful OCCASIONAL. way is already open from the
deli. orange; a goodly showing for __._ I very good pine land. i own territory. Tallahassee could hold west side of Lake Okeechoooee to Punta

fry v E etable9 at this hot season inlQ exchange* your pale cheeksjErfTonic Capt. B.W. Jerome, of Sebastian, was I the balance of power and the capital, Rassa on the Gulf of. Mexico.Shiloh's .
; nOri Would
.j you in town Wednesday and Thursday. He and everything would be as lovely aa an Catarrh Bemedy positive cure for Catarrh

T\_' 1. T.,Daniel4 f vitalizes the blood; ,en-_ made the run from his place to Mel- orange grove in bloom on a sunshiny day. Diptheria and Canker Month Sold by Dick-
the Cocoa is son & Grey Titusville, Fla.
,'t d dentist, it. It has no equal M an apperiches bourne, 21 miles, in two hours and three- And South Florida would be happy with ,

!earn be In* much jn Titusville that we wer' Try it and if not'satisfied, your quarters, with a light wind. Tfie Cap- her capitol at Ocala or Leesburg.Leuburger. Why will you cough when Shiloh's Cure will give
tends 'Cures form of Price 10 Web
t spending week refunded. every immediate relief eta and |U gold
'there oat of a UP money t tain is.interested in the company owning I by Dickon k Grey,Tttnsville,F1a.T .
every month. He will go fevers.

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I' rendered them speechless. They both T} day long they stood around the streets I II I

I thought she had killed herself on the : in little groups, discussing the strange "He doesn't want your letten-f'tL

% qi TAKEN BY SIEGE. I body of her husband, but, hoping against news and wondering what on earth I Amy "with indignation.MTate

t hope, Signora Cella put her hand on the could have induced that handsome, gay I away.
girl's heart and found that it was beating; young man to take his own life. At the : "I know that he does,"

t .r :r J: :::=::3t. i she had only fainted. They laid her on homestead the shutters were bowed, and I Leoni. "You are his sister; you:::
.i | the sofa and brought her to by slow degrees 1 I the bereaved mother lay prostrate on her ; refuse me?" she went on, in aloi'ing ,,1...

i4'I The Story of a Young Journalist's Experiences : but she was still in a dazed condi- bed, surrounded by her children. At I: voice *
I : tion. Signora Cella deemed it best to the rectory they succeeded in getting ,1 I "I am not his sister, and I tell Jet
( get her home before the officers of the ,: Amy to her room; but she would not take your letters away."
Id in New York. i I! law took possession of the place, so she take of her wedding dress. For hours "Not his sister exclaimed Leoni.

1! and Antonio led the unresisting girl to she sat in awful silence, or paced the the jealousy of her race rising *?,

=:=3Xt::=:- J i the cab in which she was driven home, floor with monotonous tread, her white I heart. "'Cho are you, then, who i le

i| while Antonio went to the nearest police veil floating about her and the orango i I i' to sit by his side, who dare to hclfL"
-I: CopjTight by J. E. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia, Pa., and Published by station and gave information of the blossoms filling the air with perfume. ,i hand? *

Special Arrangement through the American Preis Association ;I traaeaF.I Rush took tho first train to New York, I "I was his fiance; he was my ,
I! In a short time all was confusion in to make arrangements for bringing his said Amy, with dignity. "Duhrho
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pay-------: i the house where John Hurlstone's body brother's body home. It was a sad jour- you, that dares to profane my dead*
f! lay. Tho police were perfectly satisfied ney. He thought of tho last evening 1! The light of pity filled LeonTi

CHAPTER XIX. on earth; yet their son is outlaw, only that it was a case of suicide, and the spent with John, and of his wild words, I she hesitated for a moment, and tk i
out of jail because ho hasn't been cap- ; coroner gave his verdict to that effect. which his death explained. But what said softly "I am his wife; he waa :
T WAS ho day tured. Ho is an unhappy wretch, and I Q;
The address of the dead man's familywas did it all mean? What reason had John husband.
1L,9 r f before JohnHurlstone's has made all his friends unhappy, and found among his papers, and tho Hurlstone, of all men, to take his own Amy stared at her as though it>*>

day, and unhappiness. Yes, it's got to come,John of what had occurred was dispatched to body was given over to him by the au- knew something terrible had been
1 whero was the Hurlstone; there's only one way to cut Farmsted. thorities. Then began those heart There was silenco for a few mo

r-- .i 1111 happy bridegroom this knot." ing but necessary details that havo break-I then Leoni put out her hand to
? Wandering 1 Saying this, he walked over to his lux- CHAPTER XX. q
the dead
i of
attended to after a loved one's death; and across body tho man tfo
f tl aimlesslyaround : urious dressing table, deliberately opened 1 I __./ HE oldest then the dead man was ready to be re I,I both loved, and Amy took it.

'' tho an upper drawer, took out a silver and i 7 iii 1 inhabit- moved. Antonio was left in chargo of "Will you forgive him" said

-' ; ;1 ''lii; ri streets,expecting pearl mounted revolver, and, going over : .Ie ants of Ii | the rooms, and Rush went 3"aynth I "Will you forgive me? I did not _

d1 ii t t every moment to to his writing table, laid it down beside i \ r I, r"I I : '1-1 l lu j. Farmstedagreed the body. anything of this. I only knew I IcTft
bo him. :
seized the t
by him and he loved
- \, I that i Ho had not been gone long when Le me. We wera
r "Poor Leoni! I must write her a, line I I 0' I
I(' police. They before I ; I( they hadnever oni, accompanied by her mother, came ried privately in tho spring. I amrg,
were not on his go. X I seen to the place. Her grief at finding her sorry for you but I did not inteafi
He took his and
began to write.
track, but he up pen I :'. "
=;ii 1'1 '; 1 husband's hurt
,4 ; t' a more body gone was terrible. In you.
"Leoni mia, own darling, wife,
my my
1 thought they forgi\"e"- / beautifulday moving about the room she came upon Amy listened to her words "I ICe tall
were; and they J the sheet of the now!" she said. "I
than paper containing was a siI1] bi
But ho could not write another word,
soon would be, that which words John had written to her. As her that I did tot see it before. I
for his were blinded with tears that I,
for his eyes
connection ..._? E I dawned on the eyes scanned the tear stained page sho have known that he could not bin
ran down his cheeks and fell in scalding
l with the the i 3d of September, threw herself in her mothers arms and as loved him. If he had only tolls
I drops
fraudulent 31 u- 'This upon is unmanly paper.," he said, suddenlyspringing i ;) 1875. The sun wept for the first time sinco John's -oh, God! if ho had only told -
tual Dividend Mining:: company was death. Piteous might still be alive. His death
to his feet. "Am I v shono with the as was grief her hoar
known to them, and they were only that I should give like this a?"woman ? brilliant light of mother rejoiced in it, for the stony silence head! Oh, John, John! why didn't yx
waiting for certain proofs to clap the way 'T''' J of the hours tell ? I loved
June, and the before had filled her me you so well tbjj I
Then to tho window he
over ,
handcuffs his wrists. John felt ; :
on no
: gazed out the street. How !! leaves of the with alarm. would have given you up rather tza
upon strange
t temptation to run away. Mortimer had it looked! It seemed almost like tt trees looked as't It was a sad home coming to Farm- this." And, for tho first time sizceb
.i newplace
i tried to induce him to fly with him to ;, to him. But no; there was his ; green as though they were just bud- sted. A few intimate friends met Rushat death, Amy's tears flowed fast andfsr&
Canada, but John seemed to be in a i Landlady's littlo daughter playing out on ding. The birds seemed to know that it the railway station and accompaniedhim Leoni's heart bled for the girl JcJle
dazed condition
and positively refusedto I! tho sidewalk; she looked up and smiled ; was a gala day, and sang their merriest with his brother's body to the house. Italian nature did not understand
do He knew that he had
Fl'f committed anything.state's offense and and ho kissed his hand to her. The :, songs. Nowhere did they sing more There it lay in a coffin in tho little old self sacrifice of the words she epob
a prison clerk from the drug store on tho corner !; merrily than among the branches of the fashioned parlor whero many of John's Rather have him live and be the l t*
that it would
not be before he
long was I walked by, an ordinary, commonplace j I black heart cherry tree that stood guard ancestors had lain before, but nono after band of another? \e\"ert-she! wccU
made to answer for his crimes; but he I
over tho must such a death. rather see him dead times.
did not intend to for them in : young man, but ho filled John with a '! village rectory. They twenty
I court of law. answer a ; strange interest, for he was tho last man : have known that this was the wedding Amy Bayliss seemed to have got con- Amy, with exquisite unselfishness h!
He in his he should see in this world. He watched i day of their kind friend, the rector', ; trol of her grief, for when she heard nothing but the tenderest Ditv for Jck
sat all and drank
and rooms day him out of sight; then he took tho revolver daughter, who fed them every morning that the body of her betrothed was bin She blamed herself that she had6
brandy much of the
,the future thought-not of the so He I from tho table and stood in front ,.' with crumbs of bread. ,'at his home, she took off her wedding covered his love for this beautiful fore ,
past thought of Leoni, whom as he present.loved and to : of the long mirror again. Ho smiled Insido the rectory all was pleasurablE< dress, and, arraying herself in a suit of woman in time. She felt interested i
excitement. The tak black that she had her at once, and regarded her meet
whom ho married and of ; sadly as he caught sight of his own face. wedding was to 9 worn after her moth-
his was honestly bride wait- j| "They call this a coward's act. Perhaps :. place at 10 o'clock, and the groom wa!3: ; er's death, walked out to the homestead. the light of a sister than of a succesS!
ij ing his, coming expectant in the little, eagerly town j it is; but it takes a little courage,'' to meet the bride at tho altar. Th<3! :Rush saw her coming, and, taking her rival Sheasked her questions aboutto

not a hundred miles country Ho had not ,{ ho said, and, placing the muzzle of tho bridesmaids spent the night at the house, by the hand, led her tenderly into tho self,and was not shocked to learn bah

>s'r had the to tell away. and he had I revolver close against his heart, ho that they might be with the bride as long j ;: darkened room where his brother's body was a ballet dancer. She knew &
that courage would Amy, before pulled tho trigger. !i as possible before their final separation, :' lay, and left her alone with her dead. about this profession, and the littlaib

1 hoped the fatal something day but nothing happen did hap-- I A sharp report, a puff of smoke, and : By half past (9 they were all dressed anc I : The good people of Farmsted, who had knew did not place its members h ft

that could help; him in His I j the body of John Hurlstone reeled backward ready to enter church. Amy nevei r : spent most of their time in the street during category of saints; but she was mti2

: troubles pen came thicker and faster any way., and ho and fell to tho floor. And there, I j looked sweeter and prettier than in hex: the past day or two discussing John that Leoni was a perfectly good Ram

saw a felon's cell before him. ', with one arm thrown over his head, the i! pure white dress and orange blossoms. : Hurlstone's suicide, had their curiosity and she believed too thoroughly in Jcfa
k !i The bishop of the diocese and Dr. aroused to the to think for a moment that he could bTa
"After all," ho said to himself, "whatis I other by his side, he lay when Antonio, I'i Bay-- highest pitch by the azn -
the use of fighting against fate? I can who had spent the evening with his liss were in tho vestry room, putting o i i, rival of two foreign looking women by married her had sho been otherwise*
t I i their robes. The hands of the clock in the train from New A strange
soon end the difficulty, and why not do friends, came home and found him. He ( L noon York. One friendship was begun ow
it?" I I was cold and still, and tho terrified Italian the tower were fast moving around to. was middle aged, the other young and the coffin of John Hurlstone-a rid
knew that he was dead. { wards the hour, and the picturesque lit. very handsome. They were both dark ship that grew stronger with years-Hoi
:-I : Before ho put his thought into exe- !' Antonio's first impulse when he found tlo church was filled with eager friends. : and had large black eyes, and their dress to tho scandal of Farmsted, "the U3
4; cution ho was seized with a wild desireto Tom Bayliss Rush Hurlstone ., dancer John "
LeonL I that his master was dead was to alarm saw hurry was as foreign as their faces. They Hurlstone married ijet
see the house; but he saw by the revolver at ing around to the vestry room, which didn't seem to know they were being part of every summer at the rectory
1 i "She is my wife, and I love her-God j his side that he had taken his own life, i the clergymen were just quitting, and, i stared at, but walked along tho main where she was loved and admired: bits!:
} knows how
well-and she loves I
her me. I so he deemed it best to go for his brother, I believing that John was with him, ho street slowly, evidently looking for something old rector as sincerely as by his dam
.*i iS ik it must see once more. I who he knew was connected with The gave the signal for the bridal party to)I or somebody. Mrs. Huristono could not quite freak
ii He hurried off to West Tenth street, Dawn. Locking the door carefully behind I move up the aisle. The organist playeda I A lounger in front of the tavern was mind from the idea that Leoni TUB
but to find that she I
i only was not at him, he ran with trembling limbs j! lively waltz as the procession advanced, struck by the beauty of tho young wo- some way responsible for John's

home. Her mother thought she had I down into the street, and, calling a cab, j I a buzz of admiration passed over the assembled :j man; and, as they seemed to be uncertain but as time went on this feeling wane(
'' gone ballet to who see a member of from the corps do I I:' bade the driver go as fast as his horse I guests and the brido stood before i' of their way, he stepped up to them and she and her daughters called on b

was suffering a sprained I could run to the office of The Dawn. the altar. : and asked if he could "set 'em on the whenever she visited tho rectory, oJ
: ankle, and had no idea when she would I
return. I There he learned that Rush had left !j At this moment-Rush Hurlstone, wild i I right track, as they 'peared to be kinder i always had her to spend a night at fi.'
Cella would
V told Signora not have i the office at 6 o'clock, saying that he I II of eyo and white of cheek, appeared inside I lost." The older woman thanked him, homestead.
if she had known for
she even that he had I I would not return until the next evening. I the chancel railing. He whispereda :i and in her broken English asked for Amy and Leoni drove in the same&
Leoni was for indignant neglected I Antonio knew nothing about the wedding I few words to Dr. Bayliss, and the oldrector's I "Meester 'Urlstone" As Hurlstone was riage to John's funeral (which nt-

serious court so long to her.after John having left paid the house such I preparations at Farmsted,and John i! cheeks turned as white as his. I the one name on the lips of every one in private one, much to the disappcti-

.-jI in a very unhappy state of mind; but he had not intended that he should, for the Without a word he stepped outside the I I the place, the man understood at once ment of the villagers), and stood lug
: man knew too much about another chanceL where they wanted to go and pointed out in hand at his grave. While AmId
could bear
not to tear himself from wed-I "
a spot hallow*! by its associations away with I I ding in which his young master "Come home with me, my daughter," f the way. "I never seen such eyes as that calm and silent, Leoni was beside bfo
Leoni. He walked and down the ured as principal. Almost beside himself I he said, putting his arm around Amy and I young un's in all my born days," said self with grief, and was finally cs3

opposite side of the up street for an on hour, I with terror and grief Antonio droveto i leading her down the aisle,while the others i he, rejoining his companions on the fainting to her carriage.It .

and Signora Cella, who watched him I the Cellas' to break the news of the came after, followed by a murmur of I: tavern veranda; "they jest burned like was not long before the star]
from her window, was touched by the tragedy to Leoni. In the dramatic manner surprise from the wedding guests. two live coals. I reckon there's a story John Hurlstone's career in New red
hopeless expression of his face. She : of his countrymen he told his tale to The frightened bride could not find I behind them eyes;" a suggestion the became known through the newspaj*
was just going to raise tho sash and call the horror stricken household. Signora voice to speak. She knew something ter others were quick to take up and discuss. Columns were devoted to it. It was fc*
him over to wait for Leoni, when he i: Cella wrung her hands and wept. Leoni rible had happened, but never for a moment I Arrived at the Hurlstone homestead, how the dashing CoL Mortimer bade

iJi ; turned suddenly and almost ran the ; seemed turned to stone. When she re- dreamed of the truth. Her father Leoni bade her mother be seated on a ganized a mining company that a"
.1 street. His thoughts were tearing up covered speech she laid her hand on her led her back to the rectory, and, taking I rustic bench by the roadside while she no mines, how he had swindled c *
so : mother's her into his study, said, with broken went the nath to the hrmc
arm.j UD \VJu pecting people by his false
'*! wildly through his brain that he hardly repreP
r' }! knew what ho was doing.A .j 'M thesaid she, in Italian "that voice: she reached the door she-J looked cautious tions, and how the clever young caj
;; few moments later he found himselfat dead man is my husband. I must go to "My child, ask God's help to bear a ly around to see if she was discovered, who had served so brilliantly under li*
k f.I the stage door of the Academy of him. Will you go with me?" terrible blow. John Hurlstone is dead." for she had a vague fear that if she were in the civil war had been used yak

Iij IK"\ j'' Music. He stood there a while and o: So the mother and daughter got into And the tears ran down his wrinkled seen she would be driven away. She coy and finally induced to sign r..s::

j .: watched the groups of chorus singers as the cab, and Antonio, mounting the I cheeks and fell upon his gown. turned the knob of the front door and other than his own to bogus certificaS*

,j .t, 1rtl they lounged against the iron railing and seat with the driver, could not help Amy seemed turned to stone. Her opening it softly entered the halL Not a of stock. The flight of Mortimer *

... 1,. talked over their little troubles. He iiuiimDg 01 tile last time he had sat on large blue eyes gazed in speechless won- sound was heard Instinct seemed to Canada and the suicide of Hcrb
t f.t the box with Leoni der into her father's face. He took her tell her which it who had **
it.o thought of Leoni in a confused sort of inside.It room was that held the been secretly married fc>
.0. ": way; and then ho started off on a brisk I was after midnight when they cold hand in his. beloved dead. Cautiously pushing the woman while another waited for bis':
:;i. walk for his rooms. Antonio was out- reached John Hurlstone's rooms. The "It is true, m,r dear child-awfully door open and closing it behind her she the altar, gavo the reporters a eba

gone to eat a dish of spaghetti with a house was still as the grave. The sleepers true.V ould to God your mother had entered. such as they seldom had. It *** *
fellow countryman-and the place was might have been roused by footstepson been spared to comfort you in this great The room was only dimly lighted exciting story, and they made the a*

quiet as the grave, and as lonesome. the stairs, but that was nothing, for triaU"Still! through the bowed shutters, but she saw of It.
John sat down in front of a large pictureof the second floor lodger was in the habitof she did not speak. Her lips the coffin in the center of the floor and
Leoni and coming in at all hours, sometimes seemed to move, but there was no sound. threw herself down on her knees beside CHAPTER XXL
rf longingly at it then
: he walked over to it and kissed tho; cold alone and sometimes with friends. When Dr. Bayliss led her to a chair. She sat it, burying her face in her hands. In usa **

glass that covered the bright face. Signora Cella, Leoni and Antonio reached down and stared at vacancy. He would this position she remained for some mo- net1JcrtzC'1
"Ah, my darling, if you young only knew I the ante-room of John''* apartment, have given all he owned if he could have ments. Then she arose and kissed the

rt what a state of mind your husband is Leoni said in a low whisper, "Where is seen tears in her eyes; but they were, cold face, the lips, tho forehead, the eye- the 1'
: r # in you would be here by his side; but, he?" Antonio pointed to the front room. dry as stones, and encircled by black lids, all the time whispering passionate dI1 II He *"rrod'

dear girl, you don't know, and it's justas Motioning to the others to stay where : lines that seemed to grow larger and words in her native tongue. On the other p
well that you don't." they were she advanced to the door, I darker as the moments went by. JohnBurlstone's side of the coffin sat Amy Bayliss, hold- his

Then he got up and went to his bath opened it and entering, closed it behind two sisters in theuruwing ing one of the dead man's hands in hers nane. **

room and took a bathe, and dressed himself her. The gas was blazing as Antonio room had to be told of what had hap- and watching this strange woman with far back tf *
had left it, and there on the floor in dull wonder. After Leoni's had be- could trace r1}
in fresh linen, and put on a suit of pened, but he was afraid to leave Amy eyes i
clothes that Leoni particularly liked. I front of the mirror she saw the strong, alone; so he rang the bell and sent for come accustomed to the light she saw the Hurlstont >> !

Walking up to the long mirror that hung manly form of her husband, stretched them to come to him. They came, their other woman, but supposed it was one of been a mss *
cold and dead. She threw herself down John's sisters, of whom she had ;
heard honor.
- between the front windows, he looked at young faces as white as the dresses they BJ
i himself from head to heels. beside it, and taking the dear dead face wore, and the old man broke the news i' him speak. She said nothing, but taking mained icr
in her hands, kissed the unresponsivelips 'a packet of letters from her breast-the generatloblot
"Not bad '
a looking fellow, as fellowsgo to them. Their grief was terrible to see.
," he said softly to himself; "it's a pity and laid her cheek close to his. She Amy looked at them with vacant ; half dozen she had written to John, and the ***

to kill him. But why not? He's only a did not weep; she only kissed the cold threw themselves upon the floor eyes.They at which Antonio had just returned to her-- eon-just; too, as he was winnkSfJ
cumberer of the earth. You wouldn't face and the lifeless hands, and petted her feet, and their tears fell thick and she opened his coat and laid them upon himself a conspicuous and < D''uwII fffl?

think him such a bad fellow to look at them and murmured words of passionate fast upon her wedding dress; but she sat his heart, then kissed his cold lips again. place in the metropolis, and C?

him, but he's a rascal-a born rascal endearment. silent, stunned by her sorrow. "How dare youl what are you doing?" than all) just as he was trying t9 -

Ah, there it is; it was born in him. But Signora Cella and Antonio became i Rush had told the news to the bishop, exclaimed Amy, rising. every straw weigh in his faros .
where did it come from? His father as alarmed by her long absence and the and he in turn had broken it to tho wed- "Excuse me, signorina; I am return- Helen Knowlton. It waa a ciao l l
3 the most upright of men-his mother"his stillness, and, opening the door, found ding guests who left the church with ing some letters that I know he will and it took all his manhood to j

S4 7q ( ,voice trembled)-"bos.mother saint Leoni stretched by her dead husband's sorrowing hearts, for John Hurlstone want to have buried with him,"Leoniani under it His associates at the o* --v
l side as lifeless and still as he. Terror was a great favorite in Farmsted. All swered. in broken English The Dawn showed the best side cfj! *

natures. The _were dand.ii OOBP_

!n r






. all through this trying time. A)- I One would think that any woman would pitch, that ho load gone' through a great
. of the fraudulent miningvlnd be proud of the honest love of an honest I
ngh deal during the past few days, and was Our Next Feature
:0 the suicide and its attendfinddents man. Not a bit of itl! Women are queer not master of himself. Helen regardedhim Story

/ were the sensation of the creatures; they don't seem to know when with feelings of the most profound .

a6WA g they printed as little of it as poesi- the right man comes along." pity. "Poor boy!" she said, softly. And I WILL BE A SERIES OF SIX .

J nd kept Rush name out altogether.He "After all, how are they to know?" taking his hot head between her cool,
1 -
,N., ; had no sooner returned to New asked Rush. "Every man thinks he is soft palms, she kissed him gently.. on the I
I I't and settled down to work againArcliie the right one. Look at the men who have forehead.

del,I orb Tillinghast called upon him' loved Helen, for instance. I won't say I '
I ban d by l his gentle and manly sympathy I she has given them any encouragement, CHAPTER XXIL ,

ed their friendship with a seal thatthing I but they havo loved her just as truly all ERHAPS L ovelettes JI J

) "I I could ever break. lie also 1 tho same. I heard only the other day of
you may
'ho.L. "" rough kind words from Bessie I a man who loved her with an honest, I think tho

hold rccT and her mother and an mritation 'I sincere love. He was a lieutenant in the I kiss with

from Mr. Archer to spende army. He only met her once, and then which Helen

1 following Sunday with them. Rush I as only one of a dozen who were presented Rush's I J l1tt.K.J'1rJl'I{:-. ;:':;\ -

who Itis sincerely touched by these ex- to her, but he saw her many times V made him "kl&4.1 ,
adroe on the stago of the Academy. He believed On the I
of sympathy, for he almost there 1 iwa
f1_ esaons I was no hope for him. He ,it made r
adVa. elt himself ostracized by the disgracehat was stationed at Governor's Island, but

\ .It) had befallen him; and the finding I I ho asked to be sent out on the frontier,so for cry he unhap-knew r@f! ,. Finely Illustrated by Miranda.
card at his r
Lightfoot Myers' that he
f Uncle might run a chance of being if she had ;

a G! [gings one day did more towards con- I killed. Ho was transferred as ho requested I loved him as he loved her she would no I few / 1 f .

19b lit'el1Bai .cing him that there was something I and, whenever there was a more have kissed him than she would

( orth living for, after all, than anythinghat I skirmish with the Indians, put himselfin have put her hand in the fire and burnedit I We have just arranged, through the American

: had happened since his disgrace, the front of the fight. One day he off. It was a kiss of friendship-a Press Association, for the early appearance in this
it showed a kindliness of spirit on was rewarded; a bullet hit him in a vital I
oAni Or sisterly kiss-any sort of kiss the
:uJtbot be part of a mere acquaintance that he part and he died on the field. A friendof kiss of love; and Rush Hurlstone's except heart I paper of the following l short stories :

id no reason to expect.A mine, an officer in the same regiment, sank into his boots. He felt more hopeless -
i short letter from Aunt Rebecca,who found him dying, and asked him if he
at that moment than at other
t course had heard nothing of the had any message he wanted delivered. j' time during his courtship. His any interview Mrs. SinithofLongmains. THE HERALD OF FATE.

I1 tragedy that had cast so deep a shadow 'Yes,' said tho dying man; 'cut a lock of with Helen, however, did him _

ro lover the life of her young friend, an- hair from my head and take it to Helen I good. It at least assured him of her I --
nounced that Knowlton, and tell her that I loved her
un ; friendship; and friendship, by careful
from Liverpool on the 1st of September, I I
tend cultivation, might bectianged into II
something -
and with these words his he
that they were nearly due in New upon I
so York at the time Rush received the letter. died. My friend took his penknife and warmer. {! tt Mistress Horothis s GhostSQUIRREL
Iseet Hastings had not returned from
emotions ho read cut off the lock of hair and delivered it I II I
' With what conflicting Europe yet, and Rush had the field al- i Ii
'il.7 tf as requested. Helen was much affected -
A few weeks it very I
: oft this announcement ago I most to himself, for it was early in the
would have thrown him into an ecstasyof by though she didn'tremember I I .I
lore lit tho at all. Now who season, and the men whom Helen knew I, a",
ho buried his face in his man t e S
told delight; now II were mostly out of town. He himself I {I r 1{
and his thoughts were not pleasant shall say this poor fellow was not the I
Lands, her house '
me-h was at every day-not exactly II
Would Helen look right man, if only he and she had knownit I
thoughts. uponJohn's I I'
J on In ? I as a caller, but more as a brother. It ,
} disgracing his brother? Certainly he loved her with an honest I y
nIt litthatJ as love." I was to bring her a book, to show her
Would she think there was crime in the I Ii I 1''j
} something in the papers she might not 1 ;' /y
"True indeed answered Archie still /
and turn her back
the ,
blood of family r4
r t1Jza pacing the floor-"true indeed. The i have seen, to try over a piece of music I
: him? with her there ., ; ,
ncehibutte upon ; was always some good "
whole subject seems to bo involved in II
"I could not blame her, said Rush to Helen than wl
b excuse. was more glad to
mystery. I don't know, after all, if an- +
himself, "for it would reflect upon herto : have him, partly because she liked attention i = l 1 J
other war maxim is not to be applied to
the of the brotherof
be seen in company and because she
nd t1r I partly a
affairs of the heart:'To the victor belongthe
the swindler and sui-
JohnHurlstone, bright with whom she could be
Jb I man oni:
cp cide." And his strong framo quivered spoils. But while we are dealing in i

Jobwou14 with agony. glittering generalities I am forgetting sisterly terms. Rush's hours at The I Ii i

There was no relief from his thoughtsbut the object of my calL Here is a little i Dawn office were such that his time was ''

I. work. At his desk in Tho Dawn of- note Helen scratched off for you on the his own from noon, when ho got up, I II j'

IX: fice Rush could forget the frightful past, dock." And Archie handed the card to until 9 o'clock in the evening, when : iiI; i

rlofm.1Ot6. and he thanked God for work that must Rush, who took it eagerly. I he was duo at his desk, where he re- ,' ) i

be done. The 11th of September came, "Did she know-did sho know every mained until 2 or half past. tit ,'iI! II

to and he knew that the Germanic was to thing when she wrote this, Archie?" I The opera season would not begin until I'

Jtedfcnorefe arrive that day. He would not go downto "Yes, old man-everything." I the middle of October,but Helen con- j

meet it, but would wait for Helen to "I will go, then-God bless her!" eluded to stay in New York to look after t I

'cesml take some steps that would end his suspense It seemed an age to Rush before it was I some costumes and rehearse some new I limIer False Pretenses I A )

cotta What if he never heard from time to go to Helen's house, and, although -I roles. Rush began to think that fate was '

hat t71iUl her? Ho almost believed that he would he was impatient for the hour to I kind to him at last, for nothing could j i

take his life, as his brother had done. come, his heart beat high with excitement i have been more delightful than his after- I f BY RETT WINWOOD.

tie titiafr 1t Archie Tillinghast, who divined what I and his cheeks were pale with I noons at Helen's. Though neither Rush i fi l.

was going on in Rush's mind, went downto nervous dread when he rang the front I nor Helen were sentimental, as the term I ----f ,

the steamer and met Helen and told I door bell of the little house inV cst I is usually interpreted, they were both j DETECTIVEDO\NEY.\

''om, her what had happened. His heart was I Twentieth street. very fond of poetry. Rush had read j II I _

iJdadhitl with his friend in his trouble, and his How strangely familiar the drawingroom I more than she had,and it was his delight I BY MRS. CASHEL HOEY.

recital filled Helen with sorrow. Her looked! Everything was as it had I to lead Helen through this path of liter-

3e.. beautiful brown eyes swam with tears. been the night before she sailed. A ature. Sho was devoted to Mrs. Brown

a ore Ah, if Rush might Lave seen them! faithful servant had kept the place open ing's sonnets from the Portuguese. Rush THESE STORIES ARE OF VARYING LENGTHS-NONE

friend3Ctor- "Poor boy I poor boy!" said she; "I and in order while she was gone, and it had gone through that phase, and led

-wdhna tell him how seemed as fresh and bright when sho her on to the sonnets of Shakespeare and OF THEM LONG.
long to see him, to deeplyI
sympathize with him." got back as though she had never been of Dante. The latter they read in the G ,

' away. Rush noticed the delicate odor original, Helen reading and Rush asking
"Have him round at once, Helen.
/, Poor fellow, we must cheer him up," of violets that hung about everythingthat !, questions when he did not quite understand DoN ot Fail to Read Them!
to Helen and it the Italian. It ideal
byfcwub said Aunt Rebecca, in her hearty voice. belonged broughther i I : really was an
ght&uk as vividly before his eyes as if she time, and Rush, being uncertain of the I
"You are awfully kind, I am sure, butI I II
stood there in all her loveliness. He had future, wished that it might last indefi I I
am confident that ho will not come
not long to wait before she did stand before I nitely. But of course this wasn't to be
unless you ask him; he feels that ho is a I
dead; him in her bodily presence. Sho expected. It was soon over, and poetryga"e I
disgraced man, and he will not voluntarily BARGAINS I BARGAINS I I
ire eft go before any one, much less you, came towards him with both hands ex- I way to contracts, Mr. Maxmann's
tended. visits Rush'sgrew
Ilk Miss Knowlton," answered Archie. I growing mere frequent as I
,", a&t ** "You must excuse my negligo, !Ir. more rare.
I will send him a word at once. Have
Hurlstono, but I didn't want to keep However, Rush found himself at IIel-
you -- -- -- ---- ---- -
you a pencil? Thank you; that is just
waiting, and-I wanted to see you. en's house as often as he could hope to
the thing. And, taking a card from Best of Goods.
:e cs her card case,she wrote, "Aunt Rebecca Aunt Rebecca will be down in a few moments be there. It really seemed as though he
but she is with trunks that her. His attentions
ns.yfJI so busy was necessary to -----
and I were disappointed not to see you I
sho can't come at once. Sit right down were constant, but not annoying, and
At the steamer. If will come in the I
you hero this sofa and tell how she to realize that he in
h on me you are soon began was
evening at nine we will be alone. H. K. r
and how you've been." love with her. At first she didn't like
This she Archie to deliver, and, W
) hi- gavo "I needn't ask you how you are," said the idea at all, because sho thought it
and after putting her in her carriage, ho
urieIry4 vent at onco to Rush's lodgings. He Rush, at last finding voice to speak. would break a pleasant friendship. Any- b
Seating himself besido her, he regardedher thing beyond that seemed to her out of
found Rush sipping his cafe au last in a
listless fashion. with undisguised admiration. He I tho question. He was entirely too young,

red might well think her lovely; less preju- though he was a dear, good fellow and o
"Well I have I
Rush seen
my diced eyes would have agreed with him : she was very fond of him. When she IEi
herr! said Archie himself '
upon thoroughly. Sho had been helping Aunt I saw that he had apparently no intention
i a convenient chair "and I never thought ,
dar ; Rebecca with the trunks, and had donneda of declaring himself, and that their relations o
better of taste than I did today. 1
i your loose morning gown of soft white stuff, remained just as they had been all
She is Her has done =
- simply superb. trip trimmed down the front and around the '! along, she settled herself down to the old 'tir
her a world of good. Stick to it, old. o
neck and sleeves with dark fur. The red way, and almost made up her mind that
man she is to lose. I i I
; too great a prize
upturned point of a gold embroidered a touch! such a feeling as Rush's added
beliovo with her : i
I half in lovo
; am my-
self. I I Turkish slipper peeped out from beneath I i a piquancy to friendship.

,Itj "I know mean well, Archie, but her gown and gave the only bit of color :I Things went on this way all winter; 14
JIcat' to her costume. Her brown hair was but one day in the early spring Rush
with --------- --------
your tone does not harmonize my ; '
done up in a careless classic knot on the walked in upon her with a telegram in
EKwd. I can't feel when I
x' pS know that chances very gay with Helen 1 top of her head,and sho looked as though I his hand. He looked excited, but not

my sho had just stepped out of a frame and particularly happy.
"4 Knowlton slimmer today than they Boots Shoes and Gents'Furnishing
.* back again. said he, "ordering mo to London to re-
x ,
may have been side of tho ledger
> fr on my Nothing could be kinder than her organize Tho Dawn bureau over there.It .
* now The is not
against mo. prospect" manner to Rush. Her object seemed to is a big thing, as far as business goes,
pleasing and I wish I dead.
were be to make him forget himself and his but I can't say that I feel like leaving
"Nonsense Rush I Fm ashamed of
you.iou troubles, and she talked about everything New York. I shall be guided by your GoodsI
I beginto
are like man.
not a
talking of interest she had seen. Rush advice. What shall it be?"
think deserve fine a woman -
don't so
you followed her vaguely, for he could not | Helen hesitated a few moments and
to the con
..., Why should you fly shako off tho load upon his heart. The i j then. said:

' clusion that she will turn her back upon more she talked and the more beautifulshe "!l you wish me to tell you what I believe ; COST d BELO .
you trouble? You
because in
114)f you are looked, the worse he felt. Among would be for your best interest, I
kavo: no right to do her so great an injustice other things, she asked him if he had should say at once, 'Obey the order.' If --
.... be hurt tothe i
and I she would
Quick know thought so seen anything of Uncle Lightfoot Myers I went by my own feelings I should say, :I am Selling for my Father, the Assigneeof
if sho you while she was away. He replied that he Stay at home' for I shall miss you very
Poorly of her." { Jacob Birnbaum his Entire SPLENDID
had not seen him, but that Mr. Myers much. ,
! "You forget, Archie,"answered Rush, had loft his card at his lodgings. I "Then I shall go, both because your
lover STOCK at the old Birnbaum stand in Titus-
. .yy sadly, "that I am not on accepted I "I wonder if ho is in town now. When judgment in the matter is sound and because ,
<*Helen Knowlton. If I was, I should I I shall be flattered to have
thick I was it that he left his card? so you ville.
expect her to stand by me through Rush ran over in his mind all that awful miss me. Our chief orders by cable and
*nd thin. I am only a friend, a new I I time. He remembered his feelings he expects his orders to be obeyed almostin ---

friend at that,and I have my placo in her I when he found the old'gentleman'e card, the same manner. I shall have to OOIVIIE AND SEE TJS, .
' yard still win Whether I am BUO5eteful "
I' and the recollection was more than he sail to-morrow.
It And shall not without chancefor
'" or not depends upon myself I could bear. "Tomorrowj""So you go a

:. can prove myself to be everything well II I I "It was only a few days ago," he managed the order Bays Well, I suppose I

bould like to have her believe me, .! to say "I had just got back from had better let the folks at home know it
gad good but I havo got to fight my I THE BEST BAHGAIX YOU EVER MADE.
; home." And, with this memory fresh in and make such arrangements as are necessary

1tay inch by inch, and for many reasons ,! his mind, he buried his face in his hands. and be off. I shall be around in

cop claims are not strong enough to give is aQuestion :: His frame shook with suppressed sobs the morning to say good-by, but this We mean to Sell these Goods, includinga

me an instant hearing. My success their evening I shall have to devote to the of
and the hot tears forced way
and fortunate circum- Lot of Choice CIGARS and TOBACCO in
of time
through his fingers. floe. There will be a thousand and one ,

i1Ji stances." is saidthie If you aro inclined to call this on'unmanly things_to attend to. .It there is anything. short order. '.
"I 80,
suppose what you say
exhibition must remember
i ,pacing the room excitedly, "but, tbJ1.b1a.1\etnS.. ro... p..toa Ig h Continued on Page 6. .TORN O JO3XTEZS, FOR ASSIGNEE.TIIE .
of nature!
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f THE FLORIDA STAR. I PETITIONS are being circulated extensively -] little money when I entered office' and ;j within. I met her very often, and she I managed by a board of director*
I had l less when I left it, and I lived wrote to me. I have no doubt I said agreat consist for the first year of the un;en:
4 in this section asking the County mansfoolish in those letters, incorporator: In accordance with
PUBLISHED EVERY THCBSDAY. poorer than when I was engaged in professional : things a Ttte1
of said
Commissioners to order an election to ascertain life. 3Iy worst enemies don't pre- ;: for at that time my poor mind was like a organizer_ companj on N 1
.tt tend to f.3tbat I connected ;: howling wilderness but heart was all A. D. ls& Said boo.rdntll: cltOO8e
PfliMer was ever my
WAGER Editor and .
ELLIS whether the county will be for I deceived in among its members a president
with rizht. my
never anyone
a job. :
j "
$I.. O per Annum. high license or for prohibition ; or in !j In the summer of 1S751 left Washington and I did not intend to deceive I dent deemed, secretary expedient and, ire combine>, rer:info Jr it osJ'

I for this city, and I have been here I this woman. But as time moved on it
common parlance, "wet" or "dry. On t two or more of aid o ffi ce* ftr anT Tear ,!
Entered at the Poet Ojjvx at cu&rondClau t ; ever since, and for nearly two years have became too plain that I was the victim may also employ such agents is"QaT rnecessary j
Matter. !i the petition we notice the signatures of held the office of senator and drawn the of a plot. I owe my deliverance from for the raaaa t"mt"ntf the
without doing duty. When I this part of the conspiracy to Richard < the
pay any of Thtertni
of businessmen. nr* company.
I our most prominent c.f
-THE STAB is the OFFICIAL newspaper i many came to Washington I had an interesting pofford, who is now in his grave, and a | above directors and r.Sctrhall tit'

for Brevard count i This would seem to indicate that ; young family of five children, four boys more honorable man never lived or died. ; the first Monday in March. .\. I*, 1

I favor license rather than and a girl, four of whom are still living.I Being of an ardent nature my feelingswere until their sUCCt>'..ors are eictdify. ar.d fiJ
they high
It the Largest circulation prohibition can say that a happier family never followed very much involved and the ufferI The subsequent election? for
of The Star ban on the East coast of Fla. and that high license has a ten- I' the fortunes of a public man than ( inn that"followed the discovery of this I shall be on the first Monday in YIlt

any paper f dency to stimulate trade in all its branches. i mine. And the intensity of this aIfection woman's falseness toward me drove me to I each year and the terra '.f nice L..rroe((

I 4 for the love and kindness absolute insanity.The ."or nntil thequali5Ca.i'.r.ARTICLE .f ,
A 5QcAi El' onelnchin space; 21 sqnares We confidently believe that if Bre j me attests year "u !\
make a column. I yard does not vote'wet" in case the election }' I always bore them. Myself and wife ', result of this affair placed me in V.

For:a/lvertisin rates enquire of the Editor knew but little of high social life. Our the worst situation I was ever placed in The principal place of bu-Ine cf t:.
i is held the vote will be a \'ercI05e. in in I had been in tate of corporation snail Le HarJtx\ ", .
y, I, always enclosing a two cent etamp. j I happiness and pride were ever oar my life. kept a I ut: Lfc syw
one the other war. It is supposed that ,, home. The greatest happiness of my life constant excitement for nearly two years j county, Florida. ,
1\ derived from home. wife and the letters and attentions of this lady. In w1tnherrtol we :- :-'-- :.estilicribed -
A WE will soon have a colored brass band j jas nearly every one signing these petition wa. my my by t
for the purchaseof j'I' favor the license law. : children, but when I lost my beloved I went to my old home and spent $-3.f."h< I : our name afc'! -.:: "j
the amount with residence and rh .
necessary : : companion and under circumstances in fitting up"my house in a condition to our r-j-Er .
instruments has almost been raised which gradually produced the conviction receive her a.* my wife. and it wa all an shares we severally agree: t.1 L" ..
: ;
... Orange Insecticide stock of this ojrj'oration.. tn.- '
u dJv
I I that she wasihevictimof foul play- outright fraud. I was almost at the I ":

A DISPATCH from London dated the 1 Rev. Lyman Phelps writes to the Ditpctch. | strong as ray mind was, my reasoning j! mercy of the conspirator I could notleep" R.May A., A.HARDEE D. 15. 'J HardreTiiiSr.:

--a' 21st instant, states that the members of f j\I Farmer and I find ,: and will power gave way, and I drifted j|:t nor take my meals regularly. I shares, Ka U

t 'a the Royal Yacht Squadron will meet I that the bi- ulpbate of oda in the proportion ] about a helpless waif, incapable of any 1 XearJan moral restraint was gone. I MLNOE S. JONES, Titu ville. F.:l.. i 'tu. ,
j and
the I did before
I service to my family or to country. ; as never nevercould
this week to decide in regard to the deed I| of 10 pounds to GO gallonof !j! I; become intoxicated. My mind GEO. M.ROBBLV-,Titosville, FlL..l" ;lu.'tt
BEREFT OF HIS WIFE i ij i ii I JAMES T. )f.Lewi :mt, GO 'Ju.
of of the America's Lord Dunraven i water is most effective in killing the was as blind the of a bat. Willpower s
gift cup. j! i This wa the condition in which the i ii ': as eye ALBERT A. TAYLOK, Cocoa. Ha.. :, "La.
I!I j' I had I the brink
think that the Valkyrie none. was on
does not mites also it surelkill5 the fungus
; i death of my wife left me, and it was precisely STATE OF FLORID >
: of ruin. had been
win compete for the cup. which primarily feed, I believe on the I! what the conspirators labored to : done demoralize Everything possible I Brevard County, iOn this nth die c.

common long scale and destroys it and !; produce preparatory to my own final de- <| moral to heart. ray honest. upright I May, A. D. IM!>, personally cantUJfJIme.

y PRINCETON College has conferred up- then attacks the tree itself, causing ,j;, *traction.j THE TRIP TO EUROPE. f R. A. Hardee, Minor >. J.,n >, ad

on President Harrison the title of Doctor I j!!! sometimes strangulation-effectual death :j As early as 1S7G the social conspiracy 1 I was then shipped off to Europe apiece Geo. M. Robbing to me per cally: 1

of LaW's.0; the President has been j j; against me and my family began. Occupying : of dead merchandise and scandals /. known, and acknowledged that thej's i ja,
to the tree. I used it largely I last year, ; the position"that I did. I felt it to the foreiroin:: articles of as...,riati.,.a of tit
doctoring the Civil Service were put upon me there. My to
very busy into office I jlaW5 : and am no'using it. It is 3."ery cheap I j i be my dutto take the Lest position I \; and from the continent was arranged passage for Indian River Land and Iruj'r 'vrruecU.c.:
-go as to get republicans |I I could in social life. I met from pan\'.
material as a 5prais invigorating to the j people utterIunknown
i me by person to me.
d' -since he has been at the White House, !' I i I all parts of the country, and I thought S In witness whereof I have hereaatr tree nourishes the leaves and I have noI, I have the strongest conviction that I t .
my hand: and seal this May ?:h. ,\ D.1&
I. of this title quite I it perfectly harmless to listen to the little
the conferring wa to be assassinated while I was: deprived -
Wherefore it i L that the
doubt of its entire efficiency to destroy 1 flattery of society women many of whom i; of reason.I ; prayed same BJTbe ,
appropriate. my recorded.
the mite. It has done it for I I
rust and
... were very bright charming. Among returned from Europe after three"month5' JAMES IEm
have been alternating this mixture with !j the number of ladies I met was a young : absence with mmind verlit- r.-E.U..] Notary IUED I'ublk.,

UNDER the new acts passed by the carbolic acid this season, so far. woman who lived between Washington'and j i! tie fmproved a* far as I can now j judge. State of Florida. >
the times for holding Circuit Sew York. of good family high at- '
Legislature One month spraying with one poundof tainments and well in life. I It wa then that ex-Mayor Thompson, of Brevard County, iOn this gay j..:ncaily -
Court have been changed. The Brevardfall up society ,I Detroit, introduced himself to me and invited -. before
carbolic crystals to fifty gallons) of met her often in society. as I did hundreds i came : me Albert A. Taylor. to at
iA term will now be held first Tuesdayin i me to visit his city. accepted personally known, and acknowledgesignature
water ; the next, ten pounds of bi-=ul- 'I of others and introduced her to my I II the invitation and became his guest for a i the artirlo d
September, and the Spring term the j wife. She wanted me to"i-it her famihwhich !! : foregoin? *w
phate of soda to fifty gallons of water. ,I considerable length of time. f was banqueted ciation.In .
second Tuesday in February. The fall I did, and I thought no more of it ;<
i and feted a*, few ever were. witness whereof I have hereuck.
I notice that the leaves are much more *::
I than the little innocent relations of home !
term in Dade will be held the second I i I| After my return to Washington my my hand and seal this Cth day' <.f MIT.. iD.
moist with the dews for mornings life. She ] j -
many came to Washington frequently,
t i health .
Tuesday in December, and the Spring began to improve a little from the 1SS9.
where the soda has been used than where and I would call to see her in a social : influence of the kindly social relations I S. F. TRAVL%

I term for that county the third Tuesdayin the soda has not. I do not think I shall way, as her friend there I imagined weremy" j!'I bad formed in Detroit. Rev. Dr. Charles Notary Public
friend. I little
that innocent
_ 3Iay. attempt to grow oranges or lemons with. imagined I' O'Reilly, treasurer of the Land League, State of Maine, 1Androsdxd
would be made the basis ,
relationship :: ; whom I first dinner Mr.Thom .
j met at at :in Conntv.. S.S. .i
out spraying. It costs less to destroy the for villainous r:;:--- '
t'f,' a intrigue against my '
ST. AUGUSTINE will celebrate the pure | sons house, and in whom I confided MAY.29.lsS9.
{ :- common enemies than to feed them. and unsuspecting wife, from whom no |!
will Pablo Beach and [ more than I would have done in a I Personally: came before me Jam T.
Fourth of July BO '
: ; on earth could have alienated my'
t d The soda, for me, has destroyed the fungus power brother became my regular correspond- Small to me personally and well kn0Y2,
LtJ the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West I on the sour leaver affections.: Mv- wife was too -proud and ,:: ent. The great and good woman whose and acknowledged hi* signature to tfe

Railroad Company will give half fare orange I jealous of her position ever to let me seethe name the gossips have associated with foregoing: articles of association to bete
r This formula i is not patented : Get a -
letters but she brooded over them in
rates from any point to any station on I I mine I was led to believe was the doctor'si free act and deed.
f good. substantial brass-lined force pump P, I secret and they destroyed the happiness i i ward. In witness whereof: I Lnh nu..t..:et

l their entire system, commencing the 1st -do- not get a cheap one. It is of a necessity I of my home, drove my dev wife to inanity The two first letters written to me by my hand and notarial seal.

1 s t of July and holding good until July 5tb. a trifling thing, and two pieces of and finally l the grave. For a Dr. O'ReilJafter I left Detroit, as well "rcr[ ATI,. A. K. P. KNOWLTOX
l inclusive. Had the Fourth been cele- year or more before this event nnown I; as his subsequent correspondence, related N ..t3r: PublicByLaws
good half-ho e, thirty feet long each, mind began to give under the
way pressure I the
brated atTitusvilleas it could and should to young lady referred to. They
with a good nozzle, using a direct streamof of domestic affliction, for I can truly I were decided invitations for a proposal of he Indian Rim

-t have been, our town* would have been the size; of one twenty-fourth to one say that after this vile correspondencehad f of marriage. to go through him. Land and Improvement ft.ARTICIE .
crowded with visitors that day. reached mwife.s hands followed
up It then
thirty secondth of an inch opening in the !i was whispered: about Washington I.
the base slanders I of bad
by society women
BEGINNING with the first week in July nozzle. The work i is quickly done. Any neither myself nor my children had .I get that another if the conspirators love affair could Jones only, A majority of the board of directors tfaS

Y the Ocean Steamship Company will run man can put a frame around a kerosene any home. I with up his state of mind and heart upon after his always be necessary; to transact any kp1

; four ships a week between Savannah and barrel so that the barrel lies horizontal SEEKING SURCEASE OF SORROW. affliction and consequent upon the deathof of business said board, and every shall be decision valid a(*)fl a corjwna maj>r3j
New York, leaving each port Monday, ; in the cart ; attach your pump to thi?. Finally I gladly availed myself of his wife and son and his disappointment act.

Wednesday, Friday: and Saturday. The i One man can sit on the opposite end of every opportunity that promised relief in Massachusetts, it would kill ARTICLE II.
ji from the wretchedness and despair that him. provided they could have him Regular meetings* of the board of dine
S. F. and "". Railroad and the 0. S. S. the barrel, pump and drive, one man to took possession of me after my wife's jilted.The. tors shall be held annually upon the Qzs

Company always up with the timesin each piece of hose, and 350 to 400 trees death. In the spring of 1881 the high social session of Congress then came on, Monday in March of each Gear. at the ciirf

tl matters of transportation. Passengers can be sprayed daily. circles of Washington were excitedover and for a while I went to the Senate, but office of the company.

td. : this line treated with .. the arrival of a great beauty from i; sat motionless in my seat. Everyone Called meetings for the transaction d
traveling by are Massachusetts, reputed to be very rich saw that my mind was in a critical state. business may be had at such times js*
R i i every courtesy, freight is pushed through CUPID BETRAYED HIM. and highly accomplished. She stoppedat The last time I endeavored to speak it places as are mentioned in the call. Sal

rapidly and they are also prompt in the the Ebbitt House and was under the was on the Mexican treaty. I imagined meetings may be had on call of the pr *

: i i settlement of claims. Ex-Senator Jones or Florida wing of an old veteran politician, who myself as strong as ever: just like John dent t or on application of one-third of tk
Writes in His Own Defense. when capital stock to the secretary.
introduced me to her one evening as we McCulIough he played his last

I>. JOHN L SULLIVAN and Jake Kilrain, From the Sew York World.I came over from tea. She pinned a white "Othello" in Chicago. 1 broke down in Due notice shall be of served all called meetings each metal of directors *?-
flower in my coat and asked me to call the presence of the whole Senate and was upon
will now avail myself of kind offer of the board the retarbY'' register
the world's two greatest sluggers, your and her.: I did and taken to bed. by .
see so one evening my
of June 6, and i propose" lay before mail in time for said members reach tk*
fight near New Orleans on the 8th of July she took me straightway to a Unitarian The conspirators are responsible for all
readers a partial history of the place appointed for the br the ordinary
for the championship the world. Slug- your church, where there was fine singing. of this suffering. My theory is that they meeting Sea-
and sufferings of myself and fam- routes of travel, not
:t Iy ger Sullivan says he is going to knock ily wrongs, almost from my first entry into public This was the first Protestant church that were acting as the agents of a villainous days, and giving one day for countings pre ritiaa.

r i Kilrain out. He doesn't believe that the life in 1875 until the present mo- I was ever in in Washington, and it was conspiracy among the extreme elementof Any director may, however, waive &UCl
soon in circulation at the capitol that the i .the Irish party in this and
I notice tockhoIJtrlDC3
fight will last ten rounds, "but even if it ment-a period of fourteen years.! Thatwe Catholic senator had changed his religionin j that they wanted to get rid of me. or may appoint any
hL vote at said a proftf
have been the victims of one of the meetings by
should last fifty," he says, "I will never most infamous conspiracies ever order to win the hand of this great CHARLES W. Jose instrument in writing under seal.

i allow it to end like the Chantilly fluke. ized on this continent admits of no doubt.organ beauty. The truth i is, at this time and Detroit, June 13,1SS9. ARTICLE in.
for a long time after I off ... The and duties of the oc cer1dthe
was my powers

_; I time was, but in no the condition man that to does fight me'at that now public The object man.of If it was ever my there destruction was a member as a mental. She balance remained, and around the fair Washingtonfor one knewit. Articles of Association of the exercised corporation in similar shall similar Their to tho pot-*

.f will have to be twice the man that Mitchell life of and the character United States and Senate whose nearly a month and every now and Indian Riier Land and Improvement ers may be enlarged or diminished! &*

1 was." If Sullivan has left whiskey furnished less than public services then I would get oft a speech in the Sen- Company.WE more definitely defined at any meeting
ground that of
alone lately, and will let it alone until other for such an unusual and infamous any ate to please her. When she left for homeI the undersigned, do hereby associate the directors. ARTICLE IV

proceeding this into went with her as far as New York, got ourselves under the General Incorporation It shall be the of the aecsti'
put operation especial duty
after the Kilrain will
fight, probably and mine off the train at midnight at Harlem, lost Act, as contained in Chapter 34 of )Ic- cf t'
against me I am that man. I tary to observe all the requirements
come out second best. There is no doubt have no lofty pedigree behind me or a my way and strayed"about till nearly :' Clellan's Digest of the Laws of Florida laws as to publication of such htatenKS

x about Sullivan being a fighter, but he is great fortune accumulated from the daylight before I could reach my hotel.I and the Acts amendatory thereto, for the and reports to the comptroller as art if
spoils of office to the was now completely broken up, and transaction of the business of a town improvement quired.
no match for John Barleycorn.TIIE cover up infirmitiesof
rotten character or the vicious habits had little to do except to drift about the company. ARTICLE V.
has Messrs. of life. country. I could not stay long in one ARTICLE I. The secretary shall, as soon a* the certificate
_ governor appointed place. My love for study and books was This Corporation shall be known by the of incorporation is received tfl**
Wm. A. Blount, Charles M. Cooper, and I was and born of poor but respectable parents gone. In appearance I was strong and name of ''The Indian River Land and Improvement the Secretary of State, open proper K(Ib

Louis C. Massey, as commissioners to Ireland, came lad to led this country from hearty, but my heart was bleeding at Company," and have succession for the subscription to the capital stock d
a mere by a devoted Irish
bits ssland *
corporate name for the period of the corporation, and attend to the
revise the and statutesin every pore.
permanent mother whose maiden
name was MarcDonnelly.
twenty years. It shall have all the thereof and hand over o*
recording :
second oldest
My 6 feet and powersgranted
_ the From the time I foot high
force in State of Florida. This first put 17 years old a great baby, was next to corporations under the Acts referred money so received to the treasurer and U1
compilation will be a great help to thelegal on this continent until the present timeI marked for destruction. At Christmastime to and the Constitution and Laws of his receipts therefor.In .
to exclusively upon my own Florida. witness of the of the to"
F. fraternity of State, and will he wrote to me and begged me to adoption
resources and elevation. *
my support ARTICLE II. the incorpo*
also be appreciated by many of our citi- My lot was laid in the south, where I let him come to Washington to see his The business of the corporation shall be going tors, forming by-laws the, board undersigned of directors oft*
sister. I could
_ : zens. have resided since I was 14. I was first a not well refuse. The the improvement of the town of Hardee- corporation, have hereunto subscribed tw*

THE hallucinations that ex-Senator mechanic, like Douglas, Morton and winter this year was a terrific one. The ville, JBrevard County, Florida, and the names this 8th day of May, A. D. 1S2&
d if: Garfield, with whom I don't pretend to poor boy was not half clad to meet it. land in the vicinity of said town site R."A.HARDEE.

__ Charles W. Jones is now laboring under, compare myself, and afterward adopted The conspirators soon found out he was I whose trade is tributary thereto. Forthis MINOR S. JONES,

s as set forth most truly in his recent letterto the legal profession in which I think I in the city. They put juvenile murdererson purpose it shall have power to sell GEO. M. ROBBINS,
tP his track. They kept him out lots and
night lands
the New York World, which we publish can say I am not a failure. In religion Iwasbo'rn after in the town in and around Har- ALBERT TAYLOR
elsewhere should baptized and confirmed a Catholic night most terrible weather, deeville ; to build and operate a hotel, JAMES T. SMALL, .1
cause most that he died
before I left my native land. I entered so from exposure after a fewdays' or hotels, and in general to organize and Geo. M. Robbing Att'r in fistState
generous motives to arise in his fellow politics in Florida in the dark daysof illness. This is my solemn convic- operate such enterprises as will promote the

beings toward him. All his told suffer- reconstruction, and my efforts were in tion as to the cause of my poor boy's general objects of the corporation as aboveset of Florida, \ .
death. This forth. Brevard came
additional affliction nearly Co. J Personally J
ings are real to him, and it is doubtful if opposition to the misrule of that dark pe- fore R. Jonet
I'd riod when there unmanned me. ARTICLE IU. me A llardee Minor S. JJ
was hardly a gleam of
there is any cure for his trouble. The hope for the Democratic THE MASSACHUSETTS BELLE. The capital stock of the corporation shall Geo. M. Robbins and acknowledged '

I ;i old time tale of too much mental party. The newspapers all over the country consist ot 1,000) )shares, of $100 each, $50,000 signatures to the foregoing by-laws oltit

strain and high position causes the men- TWICE A SE. ATOR. announced my engagement and ar> of said stock to be paid in and the balanceto Indian River Land and Impro\"ementa
This brought to me in the first instance proaching marriage to the New England be held by the corporation to be disposedof pany.
;.1 tal balance of an able man to snap, as the support and confidence of the peopleof belle. This was without any connivanceon for improvements as necessity shall require SEAL JAS. PRITCIUKR.

would a tender cord when brought to too my state. I think I can say that I am my part. I had visited the lady at under the direction of the board of Notary Pnbbc.
the only Irishman that has reached her home directors. The directors shall have State of Florida
great a tension. His condition is deplor- ever about once a month for a year, powerto ,!
s high official in this issue mortgage bonds, secured by the v
able and he is to be pitied, rather than position country with- remaining there three or four days each Brevard Co. Personally cam
out any aid from the people of his own time in the town in which she lived. property and stock and franchises o'f the fore me Albert A. Taylor,to me well > *'J
made jest of. race. I took my seat in the United States Her family received me as her accepted company; but the entire indebtedness of and acknowledged the execution of the f.

Senate on March 4, 1875, for the first lover, and I took my meals at her home debt the corporation, both bonded and floating going by-laws. In witness of which 1**

'y 1 Are yon made miserable by indigestion, Const time, was re-elected in 1881, and for,ten and slept at the hotel. She shall not at any time exceed four- unto set my hand and seal this 9th ds1
pation, DizlneM. Lou of Appetite, Yellow Skin? wore publicly tenths of the face value of its
1 4 capital stock.
May A.
I labored in that body for D. 1SS9.rSP'AT .
4 t tt Shiloh'i TiUlizer is s positive Cure. Sold by Dick- years high the a solitaire ring which I gave to her ARTICLE

t s y, sag k Orcr, Txtaiviile Fla. good of the American .people. I Lad very with the initials of my name engraved The business of the corporation IV. shall be .] S. F.Notary: TRAVI Pobue'I ,. -.




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.i C.
Starck, Proprietor.
1 Manufacturer
of fine Havana and Domestic

tI\ AWY-ANA W AND NOTARY PUBLIC. hand made Cigars.goods.Trade Orders supplied promptly with filled.fine Cocoa, Indian River, Florida.

I Florida. Factory at Malabar, Fla. 23
! Rock dge, DEA.LERS IjST
L A U .rA S


f Titusville, 3 ,
For terms and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN
\. Titusville P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY


ea A. FROSCHER, Plumbers' and Mill
Titusville Florida
o A* ,
i, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Keeps fulljsupply of metallic and wooden Supplies, WIRE
Ie II ?.r,.nos 20. 8.\ of FORD the,Se FLA.,enth Coffins Cases and Caskets.
Will prACtice in all the counties 3 Doors Sash Blinds
Circuit and 8urreme Court. Funerals attended if desired. All orders and WIRE .

ALLEN E. HEYSER, promptly executed, and at reasonable
. rates. Embalming done. G-L1.D.S
Attorney-at-Law and Conveyancer.
i, laleTorth Dade County, Florida. SHINGLES and LATH.

Will furnish Abstracts of Title to. Dade Ar"tcsian. e11 FI.S1ITAt'KLE.
I land
'! -County ArfD Ship Ch :n.d1ery G-c>c>ds

Agents for ALABASTIXE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Company

4Jo 4t (M Enpeer and SUrVEYOr, Solicit Correspondence.TITUSVILLE. 's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.

Joi TitIlS\'ill<-, Fla. .. FLORIDA.S3 Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Collins and Casket

O. O"Hardware. :E3ECTOR.,
1 COUNTY SURVEYOR. Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and

Orders by mail will receive as prompt and estimates furnished promptly.

attention as calls in person.Address .
: Georgiana, Fla.
General Produce
is L. C. OLIVER. F. T. nt DGL.OLIVER .

i For the Second Justice District of Brevard ,
\. county; Court days, third Monday Melbourne, Florida '
of each month. Dealers inGEORGIA
A. L. Hatch & Son,

1l.. Titusville Florida. ,
Hardware, Crockery,

the State fit Large. Stationery, Family Medicines G-ErJER.AT-e :S.A.R..D AR..E
t! Notary Public fur Garden Seeds, ,,.
Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist. .

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

Melbourne, Florida. c P A.IJXrTS: : .A..JSrD OILS,
l'IUTCUAUDl'resi cnt.
FOR $3,000.ELIGIBLY. UM.. BROWN,Cashier.
lJs1 Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers,

t'Jtt -LOCATED INDIAN RIVER BANK. Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors.

Titusvillc, Florida.A .


cid ON INDIAN RIVER, Exchange bought and sold. Special and
: attention given to collections. Loans

1Ie. IN FINE THRIFTY CONDITION. prompt negotiated Hanks allowed,Corporations on on timodeposits.Advances fli>t and mortgage Individuals.. for Savings Interest M. L. DODSON, :nycstllory S3. S. Line,

made upon available collateial. DENTIST, "Via. : be"t een.:
THREE HUNDRED FIFTY Approved mc8s paperjdiscounted.; FLORIDA.
Drafts on all pails ot Europe. TITUSVILLE, New York and Florida Boston
Philadelphia and
id Business done at Jacksonville rate Office, until further notice, at Indian the East
sound J
Two Hundred in Good Bearing. Every favor, ,cheerfully consistent extended.with River City Hotel. Sailing I
If t\\ banking Quality of work unsurpassed. 8 FROM NEW YORK CITY, FROM FERNANDA.
- Jacksonville Bank,New York., Fla.; The Seaboaid 2;> PIONEER COOPERAGE Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTOXIO and"RIO

CROP, HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN Syrup Barrels $2.25. B" Are large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, sailing alttrnateh Table
: FROM PRESENT Gauged to order, ten cents extra. the best on the Coast. f

OF 10 PER CE. T.ON PRICE. RIVER BAKERY Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. SCHEDULE.

We will Keep on Hand Every Day O. B. NORTH-BOUND, from Fernandina connecting with 5:40 1'. m. train from Jackson

11c. ADDRESS, FRESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES, Honev.. barrels from and Oval$2.00 Water up. Breakers .; STATE ville. OF TEXAS, Captain Williams..Thursday, May 23rd30th

aI LOCK BOX 240, Tanksand STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams................... June Cth
FLUUIDA. 9 order.T. RIO GRANDE, Captain Lewis................................. U "lathSTATE
Bottlers of Sodawater, Ginger all kinds of COOPER WORK to OF TEXAS, Captain Williams........................ 20th
!- JOIIXSOX RIO GRANDE, Captain Lewis.......................... ........ & U 27th
tJ Blacksmith & Repair Shop Ale and other Drinks. LaGrange, : : Florida. &8 Order all Freight via Mallory Steamship Line tram Pit No: 21 E R., Xew York.
: 45Special Agents are located at all principal points through Florida, where tickets can be secured an-I
.. information obtained.
PROMPT and berths secured in advance from Jacksonville and reri-aruliaa officf.
RECEIVE jjj-state-rooms
fc lliiiltliiig. ORDERS: & CO.
Wagon ALL : BACOTT *3 Traiu8 from F R.t:X.R'y run directly to ship's side at Fernaudina.t3 .
Auy further information can be ol tamed from
!'- A TfEXTIOX.s. TITUSVIIXE, FLA., J. M. CUTLER, Passenger Agent, -orner Bar and Ho an streets,Jacksonville,Fla.
H. C. CARTER, Prop'tor, G. R. HUBBY, Agent, Fernaudiua, Fla.
.a.J A. BELCHER & COMPANY, H H.RAYMOVD, General Traveiinjr Agei.t


.I. Wagon & Buggy Shafts on hand. TITUSVILLE FLA. JO GUTTERING, ROOFING, .. -
of Tin : HOUSE THE
.. ALL WORK GCAnA EED. And Manufacturing are. ST. LUCIE ,

1-. Location: At the Water Tank on the Railroad. 8 PORTER & POTTER, GALVANIZED WORK, Indian River, Florida, NEW DRUG STORE
:r And Repairing: of all kinds
Having been Re-Furnished, is NOW

"FROST LINE" TO THE FRONT Location: 3IAIX ST, near river. OPEN FOR GUESTS, under the Management Has on hand a Fine Assortment of

Real Estate Dealers, 52 of its old proprietor and owner.

t Having Purchased the "Frost Line," I C. II. SCOTT, FRESH DRUGS.

and feeling the necessity of keeping up Dade Co., Fla. I EASTERNHAIRDEESSIXG J A ES P AIN"EProprietor :

:;. tar Swift and SALOON. ,
past Good Reputation as a TO CURE the Diseases for which
Great Courier, I ask of the people a Con FOR SALE. St.Lucie, Florida. they are Recommended.IF .
.., tinuance of their Good Favor. Jf you want a clean and easy shave, 39 AFTER USING A>Y OF THEM, YOU
a.t ..V tract of land on Indian River in the As clean as barber ever gave, |ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH ?HE RESULT,
.,, Will Make Contracts for county: of Brevard consisting of Sb Just call on me at my saloon, J. )I. SAWYER & SON, YOUR :3IONEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY REFUNDED
it lot No.3, and south half I At morning, eve,or afternoon.I'll ,
Ijeing j"We
Delivery of Lumber and Large aces of the; northeast quarter of section 3o, cut and comb your hair with grace Yacht Sail-makers have no cure-alls, but a different
and lot No. 3, being the southwest quarter To suit the contour of your face; Remedy for Each Class of DLjeas*
of section To I'll good shampoo, for Affections of the Liver, ,Heart
Cargoes of the northwest quarter you give a New York Lungs
both in township 31 south, range 39 The art of which is known to few. I 84 & 85 South St., and Kidneys; for Female Complaints; and
Anywhere up or down Indian River. 36 oast, This is a very desirable piece of My scissors sharp,my razor's keen, ASD also Ointments for Eczema, Ringworm,
Be sure see me before closing contracts hammock, soil of rich quality, suitable My shop is a ways neat and clean, : FOOT OF 55TH ST., ATLANTIC Tetter and other Disea.of the Skin.
Give them trial and will not be
raising of all tropical fruits. Is And everything I'm sure vou'll find, a you
elsewhere. situated for at the Narrows,near Lnos post- To suit the taste and please the mind. YACHT BASIN, BROOKLYN. disappointed.s

Respectfully, office Will sell cheap for cash. For And now to all who patronize intend .
J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist,
address Just come along and bring your friends, -
J. W. ROGERS, particulars RM L0"', And I assure you I will try Particular attention given to Pleasure FLA.
1 Owner. Sept3. Brockton.Mass. My very best to satisfy. may". Boat Sails of all descriptions. 50 TITUSVILLE, 7





(t Copfri'iw? j'rcw J'jfjtS. time Rush was on board the steamer r Beware of Ointments for Catarrh"' RUMPH. Indian River Steamboat &>
A Ian do for you on the- other sido, command bound for Liverpool Archie Tillinghast; hat Contain Mercury, GEO.

To be orders came down to see him off, and broughta ; the
me. executing your I as Mercury will surely destroy
though three thousand miles away, will pleasant message from the Archers. of smell find completely derange the i Schedules in effect MAY 12, 1SS9.

afford me the greatest delight." And so: Bessie and alL They congratulated _him whole system when entering it through t'

Rush talked on for half an hoar, unableto I on his foreign appointment, and hoped the mucus surfaces. Such articles should Preparatory to opening up and making STEAMER ST. LUCIE,

tear himself away, though well aware I'' that it was but the stepping stone to better never be used except on prescriptions, room for my Extensive and Varied I Leaves TITr sVILLE.. 5 atl

that it was high time for him to be off. things at home. And so Rush sailed from reputable physicians as the damage Arrives at Melbourne................ noon
from New York. He was a good sailor, they will do are ten fold to the good you
The he at the house
next morning I
can possibly derive from then) Returning:
a ain. Helen was taking her late break- and enjoyed every hour of the voyage. Cure manufactured by F. J.

fast when he came in, dressed in her There were not many people going over, Chenev & Co.,. Toledo, 0., contains no SprillgStockI j Lea\Melbourne...............12 noon

prettiest morning gown, and looking but those who were proved to be agreeable mercury, and is taken internally, and Arrives at Titu-jville.............. ... 6 p raI

w like a bit out Watteau as she sippedher traveling companions. Rush spent acts directly upon the bl;;od a.ndll1ucts! I I Above daily except Sunday.
1-4 tea from a Sevres cup and patted the a good deal of his time in writing letters surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's I

head cf her pet greyhound. Helen was to Helen that ho never intended to send, Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine i I STEAMER GEORGLX.'I .\.

not one cf those young women who think and in sealing them with the forbidden it is taken internally and made in I have Inaugurated a Leaves Melbourne: .................. ... 53111
I She had 1 seal. The amount of comfort he extracted Toledo, Ohio by F. J. Belly & Co. i
it'\Uloartoeat. a healthy appe- I Arrives at .
Price. ;jc.I 3pttMondays
Sold "Druggists. 'I
I by G-R.A.ND
r tite, and was fond of good eating; but from this imaginary correspondence was r S. I
bottle. Wednesday* and Fridays
she ate very daintily, and had a way of really astonishing. I per .:.__ ?

fixing her food before she began eating To le OtmtiiwH. I i Returning :
A. 11.: Hamilton & Co. CLEARANCE
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that made it particularly attractive Tho I II I Leaves JupiterArrives ........................... 5 a 1:1:
of Rush did in the least interfere
presence not LIGHT AND AIRY.] Melbourne. Spa

with her appetite. She was very TTTDSVILLE FLORIDA, I :;I Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
particular about her teas,and she brewed Then A 'tn. I :I
him a cup (;f what Americans usually JIm Bowker he said ef he'd had a fair*Vv, Wliole> '.b Dealcra in I SALE SF" Connection is i made at TitusTille

pi I call "English breakfast tea," but what And a big enough town for his talents to grog I I with trains of the J., T. fe K. W. Stern !*.
And the least bit assistance In boeia' his row.
Rush called And tho to and from all point? North, and at
nectar. so over Jim Bowker, he said, Indian River I
I breakfast table they laughed and talked UeM filled the world full of the sound of his OATH*. Oysters, I Jupiter with daily tage for Juno (-S

until it was time for Rush to say good- An'clam the top round in the ladder of fame. II OFFERING MY ENTIRE LINE OF miles) where connection i is made with
It may have teen so; I I I II the steamer "Lakerorth"' for all !landings -
by. He had been very gay nervouslyso Idonno
II Worth
}f, up to this point; but now his courage Jest so it might been. I FISH on Lake

4 ti, llf failed him, and Helen, too, showed signs Then ag'in- I I WINTER I Ii "". B. WAT OX. Superintendent

low spirits. She told him sho was goingto But he had tamal luck-e\"erythin' went agin I Green Turtle and Game
miss him; but she had no idea how him, G. D. ACKERLY, Gen.

much she would miss him when she The arrers cr fortune they allus ud pin him; I i DRESS I II i D. F. JACK, General Manager,
spoke."I So he didn't get no chance to show o2f what waa All orders willl't..pi\"c prompt anti iiefnl! attCl.tlOu -
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in him, -
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II whether by telegraph ------- -
? must give you something to remember Jim Bowker he said I letter or Vcr on. ITHIRES'IMPROVED I j
Ir me by for if I do not you will forgetme 1 Ef he'd had a fair show you couldn't tell where $500.00 Reward
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over there among those pretty Eng- he'd come GOODS With evidence to prove that any ren.ejT m tim
In' the feats he'd o-done an' the heights hoM a- I HAS wide world: fc'itiAiiJohn SOLI': Chill a.uF..y"r T IIJc
lish And she looked about her for I
girls. dumb- II N i in the treatment of r'nll auJ fever a:_,I A-i n.4aral
something appropriate.Ah, here is It may have been so; I BEEN v J br ontx rc, I Ii tronblrs. Price: bb Cents iloutjr! n'.lu.Idtc: t64ti
just the thing," she said, going to her I dunno; 'NN70 TO BED BrTHEoFAILIN i A 1; Cc>si1J I II Ij =fit't1.
Jest so it might been. H.G .C.
writing desk "Watch seals are coming I S
Tallahassee Fla."JohnsouChill
Then a.'i:1- g TQANY .
into fashion again; here is a curious chI CU KNQYNPEaICR d EhI11CAL C 0. j I and Fever ThOil" ,
;ut we're all like Jim Bowker. thinks L < LC
more or
that he t k1aCBSCNVIIIEFLA.
one belonged to my grandfather; TO EMEDII pushing by the retailer whenever -

.1 sealed all his love letters to my grand lessCh3rge fate- for our bad luck, ourselves for success. ,, aAYS ALSO A LARGE USE OF 80M. W. _\. IUUL3.Saiifonl .
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mother with it. I don't know whetherI An' give fortune the blame for all our distress. I :- --

ought to give you an heirloom, but As Jim Bowker, he sail SsOES:: Fla.
If It hadnt been for luck an' misfortune an' slch, i It Dives excell.ut\. i li:i.llS
then I feel as if you were one of the fam-
We might a-been famous an' night a-been rich, iHIRES ---- -- --- --- --- ---
ily-a younger brother, or cousin, or It might be jest so; Madison, Fla.

r ii. something of that sort. See, isn't it odd?" ,, I l UIlDO: Your Tonic gives excellent >ittl..fLl.tJ'.r, Hat
And she handed the seal to Rush. i Jest >>o it might bL ; HATS SHIRTS PANTSETC. heard word o: cca-plaint, 1IAM>LL POPE
Then I
ag'ia- ,
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He examined the curious workmanship 2e Uc -
-S. AV Foe>a: iu Yankee DlaJe.Ureaklu I A: Lake Fla.It .
; and then turned the seal to the : City

if : 'i light. It was not only old fashioned, it s It GcnUy.I I 1 g ROOT BEER! ., AT COST. gives satisfaction: to all who try it
was pretty. The stone was sardonyx, Young 'rifeWhj", dear, you were ,he 1;,ry -
. \ and the intaglio represented a dove fly- ; stroke oar at college, weren't you? I f't., m LIQUID NOBOILJNCJ&S1LY MADEmPACKACE I Ocala Fla.
ing with a letter tied around its neck. j Young Iluibacd-Yes, love i :S'B MAKES RYE7V CA1.lCNI i Ii ,
., ,,...I I I Make Reductions Your Chill and Fever Tonic is selling beyond my
Underneath the in French I "And a prominent member of the I I. jl on Maay
was legend
very ? /'XRKtV'F/V& G.4lLlLY e1 ecta.tioJ.l. Gives entire 3at.sf...Uou N t a <-m!.
"From thy true lover." Rush blushed to gymnastic class I I1Jj WtJWfANOJ)9t fOmi !I bottle had been returned. Ll: >. f.V.t'1ST.:

tho roots of his hair as he read it, but 1 "I was the leader." I Other Lines

Helen who had forgotten what the inscription I "And quite a hand at all athletic exercises r i Lakeland, Fla.
I "Quite a band My gracious! 1 was the i ..
was until she him blush The medicine i a goud seller aid b--gtrneta
saw champion walker, the best runner, the headman I I !! An know I can Save You Money on tire sati-Uttiou JOshFH F''IBE'.
pretended not to notice. Taking the seal. I OO- ..
at lifting heavy weights and as for 1
carelessly frotU his hand, she fastened it I carrying-why, I could shoulder! a barrel of I Purchase

on his watch chain. I flour"- BEER : FOR SALE AT

Y r "There," she said, "let that be your, "Well, love, just please carry the baby a i I n"I.S Vl"(i STORE
F talisman. See that you don't give it I couple of hours. I'm tired"-Philadelphia I
Titusville. Floiid.i.
Press. o :most MY STOCK OF
and luck will
good attend _
uway you. TEMPERANCE DRINK In the world. TRY IT. -
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wear it." I I No Pockt>t&S s. a';. : 3NTIE2MILLINERY-
Ask Grocer for it. wI
Druggist or
your sua
,q "You couldn't have given me anything i Customer-How much are these trousers? I .
: High Priced Tailor-Twenty dollars, sir. I II srwlntH.rhlnrFRIDl:
that would said I t
me more
please I By the way, how will you have the pockets --- 1 I SPRING 1 ad food when th.p opi. CM M
- -- -
- Rush, recovering from his embarrassment arranged! ---- ---- I II term w \ tend free w..
I I u each iotasryW..f
"For you to care to give me any I Customer uloomil.n-You( needn't put in i- rates f-e.ehka. ... es
; parting gift is of itself flattery enough; any.-Clothier and Furnisher I Q 'I the w*world will aiM with..84 all the fte Attack.eompolm--.

but to give! mo a thing about which thereis I I f"tt' sPills I Mm tine pJn.ef oar la coals retara and TmhubMM that T**

such a pretty family sentiment is beyond An Appropriate Description. I I i how what w. the..w.*
may rat M your ho .ud afUrS
anything I had a right to expect j i "What is that collar button of yours made i I months all. hall become y rproperty. m

You may be sure that I will never part of, JohnF asked Mrs. Crunsonl eak of her 1 I mad after Thia U. ttiacer pud mackaa pep's,to

d from this talisman. I shall get so fond husband the other morning. '. FOR TORPID LIVERS :1j 1I I I -=..- "ma 1bc1a1aa".nuaOGl oat it old for 993.: bcfortpMo wna die
"Rolled gold," ejaculated John a.Le i Ii LADIES' HATS sad sow rolls fer
t wf of it that my only fear is that 1 may use I j ,18OII1i1
climbed under the bed m scorch of the! peaky tor liver dvraiigcs the TI hole sys f fE F S-UClIJMat. Ut. wcrtd. .&1.
tl4 would anti
it for sealing ofiice I letters. That thins.-Yonkers Statesman. II"\ produces I i_i RIBBONS, nc ., reqoind. Drift
bo horrible, wouldn't it? I should like," briel'Mf.UCbOQ,given. '1 note who writ* net caa-.
l' Sick Headache !I cur free the belt ee\OPiD -lIIaciaiD. IB the world Bad taa
and he hesitated; "1 should like to seal : Ij FEATHERS finest liacofworkiof!bich artvver haw tocetatria tjirln
Repartee. j Tit IJ E dte CO.. Box 710, .ugtuta.MaLsr
t z,,, such letters as I may be allowed to sendto Mr. Brief-Your uncle has directed in his Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheumatism j I Ic j -
t Have Commenced to Arrive. These
= with it. And he looked eagerlyfor c,
you will that you shall have one cent HINDERCORNS.
4 her reply. Mr. Spendthrift Good, kind uncle. In Sallow Skin and Piles. will be added to constantly. Also, The only sure Cure for Corns. Stops all pain. 1
tk t comfort to the feet.15c.>t Drugm ). II iscox&lo,>j-
"Indeed no," she answered him ban. sudden ala.rm-Are you sure Mr Brief it There is no better remedy for these I I

terin;ly. "What a scrape I would find isnt a counterfeit?-Haruer's Bazar Pills common, us a diseases trial will than prove.Tutt's Price Liver,:::ic. Ir r I I I j .ARC YOQ'Have CONSUMPTIVE
myself in with my French maid I Be- I I SPRING DRESS GOODS you Cough. Bruocbitin Asthma Indigestion!t1
Patterson Mineral Sold Everywhere. PAR itER'S GINGER Nhb.aem
fore two letters were sent you would the wont ea and is tIle b.- t rvnieily(or all ill*
i from detective nutrinoo. Take iu tima.A'OTICE. Soc.. 411A
,k. find paragraphs in the newspapers aboutit. I

Xo, indeed, my friend; no practical Buildings Enlarged. DEDERICK'S HAY PRESSES.I A Most Beautiful Line of all Embroidered .
.II jokes at -:0- Made of fteel, lighter stronger/chew r/more
my expense. Charge Least of any Fire..C1a.Springs power everlasting and competition distanced! All parties concerned will take notice
Rush felt that his time had not come in the Sjuth. For proof order on trial,to that on the 1st day of Juh..A. D. 18S9 I
tl k yet, so there was nothing left for him to t_any other alongside If you can! Reversible I LADIES' ROBES,
Ctrcb Belt Preuet..all I will apply to Honorable :Elinor S. Jones, I
B sizes.
do but to leave a good-by message for I Ill M View of tic Blue RidgeMomtaiBs And all over County Judge of Brevard county, Fns-.
Aunt Rebecca, who was at the Academyof ;
for leave to sell the undivided one-fifth
:Music harassing Maxmann, say good- STEEL I, interests
of Texas Sheffield in
Four Miles south of X. C. [ VALEXCIEXESE LACES a minor,
Shelby, on -- ,
9n.,1 by to Helen and take himself off. -Addrea for I and to the following lands in Brevard

"Well," said he, rising, "the best of Charleston road. Patterson, Cincinnati stationone-halt& Chicago! mile Rail of ebI.'II1an EtonSoaws MJ anclAceak.IOQWD or ,WM P. K.ten DEDERICK and S.at2i.m &,Cori. Ii i i In White and Black. county, Fla, for the use and benefit of

friends must part. I little thought whenI No. 85 Dedenck's Works. ALBA.'fY,N.y- i i said minor, to-wit : S. E. J of S. W. } and

bade you bon voyage last spring that I Springs. i| Ladies' Silk Mitts, Gloves, Etc. NE.of S. '\". } and X. ,\ J of S. W.i .

in a few months I should hear the same TO THE AFFLICTED. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISHPENNYROYAL !i I all of Sec. 1?, Tp. 21, S., Kanire_ :34 E
will tell large line of Corsets from
words from your lips. I shall be awfully Phycians you that the Ingredients 50 cents and S. E. } of S. 1\". }, Sec. 32, Tp. 21
contained in these Waters PILLS
in their
homesick, there's no doubt of that; effect Diuretic are : to $o.OO each. S., Range 35 E., and S. E. J of X. '1. },
tit 9 9t 9t but if will Aperient, Tonic and Alterative SZ2 CSCS3Orlflul tLUtlm Sec. 24, 21 S. X. i
you occasionally drop me a making Nature: Remedy for Tp. Range SM E.. and
line if it's only a business letter, I shall I! Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Disease of the reliable pill"bwt for tale.BT f of X. E. } of Sec. 23, in TP.o 1 S., of

e bo supremely harpy Kidney Liver, Bladder, and all cages of .(Ask Diamond for CkieJuttert Brand! ,ta .' EUDt ,; Gentlemen's: Laundried and Unlaun- Range 34 E., X. W } of S. E. } Sec. U

"You know I am a poor correspondent I Debility and Weak Constitutions which f J boo.uOlic At base Draxgtiita.,seated with dried Shirts. in township 21. S. Range; 34 E. and X. E-

," answered Helen; "but you can relieve need a. Stimulant, and in Rheumatic and I a. otker. Ail pill* is } of S. E. } and X. E. }. of X. W. i, all
;; your homesickness by writing to Scrofulous Affections.TO o.board.eouterffeli.110&ink vnppenu Send 4e.are(stamps a danger.'Cl >for. I IparUcuJan !|l The most Varied Line of Gentlemen's of Sec 22 Township 21. South cf

me. I love to get letters, particularlysuch THE Pt: LIC. I letter, by "and'.1'1I"HeUef suit far 10,000 Ladle",",".t1INmlAIIESwbolaa.ue.1them. t-. _,: Straw Hats, bought cheap and Marked Range 34 E., and S. \ of S. E. }, Sec. 14,

interesting ones as you will be sure Ve are so situated-owing to the Springs me,CUchester Cnemlol Co.,Madison. Sq.Name,PfcilaPa-Paper. : Low Down. in Tp. 21 S., Range 34 E., commencingat
to write; only don't seal them with that with Farm attached, from which we get I :i the S. I-:. corner of X. E. J of S. W. t

r seal. And she laughed a merry laugh. I t our supplies-doing a great part of the necessary of Sec. 29, township 21 S., of Range 35

"You must tell me everything about I work during the season the Springs I To Ladies Only. I E. ; thence running with the variation of
I II i Myj
I are open, we can favor our Patrons with t tI the section line 20 chains; thence north
t;' ( .a: your business, for 1 am very" much interested the Best Mineral Water, the Most Wholesome I A woman who !nffer>d Tariv rfars with female I I I Ii 10 chains, thence east 31 25-100 chain,
1 in your success, she added, diabases and cured herself W ou.d te t'Hd to let the
taking his hand."Whatever I Food and First-Cla Accommodations ladies of Ftorlda aurllan'l..ni1 :iuow tte remedy. j STOCK OF GROCERIES I thence south 250, east 2 60-100 chains;
i at the following extremely Low Prices: Upon receittt fir &:i aillremei utimped envelope thence east 3i k, north 5 chains; thence
success I have had, or am PER DJ.Y. will send A fire sample (:f tins safe and positive i south 23, east 4 90.1 00 chains thence
3tp to have Miss Knowlton, is due to When. One Person occupies room, $ 1 50 cure and answer all enquiries in regard to it. I Was never more complete. ;
your Two Persons occupy room, 1 25 Address, i west 220.; south 4 94-100 chains; thence
encouragement. The kind words I have PER WEKX. MR>. J. E. TURNER, I I pride myself on the Superior Butter west 25, south 3 21-100 chains; thence
had from you and the desire I have to When One Person occupies room $S 50 8 Lake MaitUud Orange Co., FlaIl I west 636-100 chains thence south 2
s f make make of Two or more occupy room, ; 00 Coffee, Teas, Crackers, Etc., I am en- ;
myself kindness
worthy 65-100
your PER :MONTH-(28 Days), I chains, thence west 5 chain
are an incentive that fow when One Person abled to offer the trade. thence
young .. occupies room $23 o) PARKER'S I south to the place of beginning,
men have when they begin the work of Childreu Two or more occupy' room, 25 00 HAIR BALSAM :' the said lots containing 326 27-100 acres,
8 to 12 year old half price; 2 to 6 year j I:. I keep in Stock Plant's Flour-
t tI. ti their lives, said Rush, with a touch of old one fourth price. Servants special rates in ac- Cleanses and beautifies the hair. I more or less.
sentiment in his voice. cordance to service rendered in caring for room of Promotes a luxuriant growth. better. This May 22 1889.
family or person they are wi h- I Ntv r Fails to Bettor Gray d ,
"It's very amiable of you to say soy Where there are a family of five or more or a I' Hair to in Youthful Color. Grits and Meal arriving every week, 5. \\?.S. BELL Guardian I
and I should be party of friends from the same town or section, Prevents DaadnUI and hair fatting -
very pleased to know .
i who tOc.Md $100at Drasreteta.Kesnltiag insuring Fresh and Sweet.
( occupy one large room, a reduction of ten
: i ; that any word of mine had been of helpor percent will be made. NOTICE.All .

encouragement to you; but I think CAB: OF STOCK.-Horses, per day fifty cents; Large Stock of Hay and Grain at all persons concerned will now take
per week, three dollars month ten dollars.
; per
over estimate the i' times. notice will
I. you encouragementyou AMTJ8EMEXT9 AND RECREATION that six months? after date I
have received from Not.that I present to lIon. Count
me. Bowling Alley, Lawn Tennis Croquet. Foot-Ball Minor S. Jones
am not deeply interested in you both and In-door Games of all kinds. Most close living prices made on all Judge of Brevard county, Florida. ntf

Aunt Rebecca and I liked you the very contract TKAX: to One use Horse it daily and for Bug one or y.more When hour two each will goods in this line. will final vouchers as administrator, with thee

first day we saw you. You are a particular day. fifteen cents per hour for each person. annexed, of Thomas Xew, late
from the Errors of Youth, said Brevard tba
Address: Folly,Yke..1g. county deceased. and
favorite of myaunta.: I won't ,Ac., b cured home
say tonne mar at without taU orexpoenrs. at the
same time I letters
f1g what 1 think of she added wiih W. G. PATTERSON lafalllbl* and Ceaddentlal. e will apply for
you, a ,
i P' Treatise,300 pasta,omly$l by man,sealed,poetp&1d. G EO. B. RUMPH dismissory from such add .ui3tration.
smile; "it might make you vain. SHELBY P 0., OR SWANG P. O., Small book, with endorsements of the. press tree. This March 15, 1889
So they said good-by and in a short Send now. Address the Peabody M Institute,
Cleveland County, N. C. 10-2m or Dr. W.H.Parker Na Bniflnch 8tBoetonZtae& TITUSTILLE FLA. WM. McCRACKEX,
4 4s6mo. Administrator, etC.rq .



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ft r, Consumption Surely Cured. AGENTS WANTED. 'Uniy J2.73.,
;i: Please inform your readers that
. T 0 THI EDITOB remedy' for the above-name EARTHSEASKY I
i I tti" a poeitive its timely ue thousands of hopeless S. H. RAY
dileUf'hne been permanently cured. I shall be A. B. CAMPBELL or MATTCU of the Universe: a graphic description
: the wonderful things in Nature. uniting adH'Ia
' 'to two bottles of my remedy FREE to any
glad fend consumption if they will] on Land and Sea-renowned discoveries of great ex-
! who have h and.Vrmai. M3
of your Jacksonville Fla. plorers. Published In Ensjl pate*
k ,tad me"vgsgssgoffice; addre88- illustrations. A GREAT BOOK TO SELL: Ira-
. trated circular ani extra terns to aeetts FSES.FOBS12 .
: T. A.SLOC01I, :M. c.,Iljl. rear! 8t, New York. Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., >::C & HcMAJH-V, (:jD iD aU. 0. .

34 FCnabe Pianos. Weber Pianos, Haines

Advice to Slothen. Bros.' Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox & ::5)\ PERFECT

UrL W ILOw's SOOTHIWO STBCP should always TITUSVI LLE, FLA.Cen'l White Organs and Chicago Cottage COFFEE MAKER.
It A inTention fer matting
children are cutting teeth. re- new
YM met! luffereratonce;itproducesnatural, Organs. /1 f' .Tee.and Tea.better than anur >-
rJrirt deep.the little and the little cherub awakes as bright I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest 1/' '-_:':rte?now and in can use M.used saves: with 3<, of artTCottetj :te
is a battOn.- ft is very pleasant to taste. It station High Grade =1' or Tea Put. Sample will to
pootbea the child.roftena the gums,allay.all pain, _Ole by mall fur twenty cents taetampa
alates the bowe'a, ia the best known reined y \ Agents Wanted to
rSdurrh03ft, whether arising from teething or seed for fall particular cf tlus
cents a bottle.BONANZA1 and other fut seliin* articles
other nausea. Forshee& UcMakin.Cincinnati.! .
PIANOS I -- --- -------- --
taAGENIubSoth rt REw --- -- -
Eo..LSCOTT.NeW'I'orkCit7DEAENEsseURED MerchandiseSTORE. Sy;:;"St+ \t Cold .:;
:>' .FREn
roe.'J-J w.:(' 'u:.t "" r

byiWinu. i rerrt.'''!1.: :_w.. ": .._ .... .
AI CUSHiOn "- .. :;
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or. tJ)1 \ a i
[ .Comfort. .I1" 'V..n\ _.
s. !'iIJts:: nu.W\3 .rat
. blaTf.f. Mf.lwb rtall remlle fan. ftproofafnat ; >r- .d taxi or eqnl .
or callea F.HlbCOJU MS firaadwai.5.r. ,Ou 1':0.:1'0 :
Adtteu .. if.' .or. '' : UI ur -
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Physicians ..: '. -f
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All hone physician who.e B. IJB .. Ii : 'S!...
'ewe.II.1!1 ar! are kaetiirm
\Botanic Blood Balm),a trial (r:1ukly tn yoar k vt. f->r 3 taonili* a*.1 iK n*ii' \ :j tian
who BUT lu"!-*" -.tli* t"" c.' rout; 'r rty- :"j i'Saa.
Its superiority over ALL other ,
admit the who write at on- .'la b. cute :;( :"':*'-''* f- YT.ttcn
MONEY than other house In .
any .
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medicines. ant Sam1lr -< ui e.r"v'4.z c. A e
blood I propose to keepFirstClass rutted states I Will ship a Piano or Organ tc Ntintu&k Co., liux Sc::.l'ertlaui:1Aalne.
Dr. W. J. Adair, Rockraart. Ga.,. SlY hone ran or woman en trial and it not -----
writes "I regard B. B- B as one of the satisfactory. I will jay freight both ways. S2;
cash and $10 a month on a Piano, and$10 cash and
blood medicine.
best A Stock $5 a month OM jn Organ till paid for-not much
Dr. .\. II. Koscoc. Nashville Tenn.. more than ordinary r.>nt. On these very liberal]
writes: "All reports of B. B. B. are favorible. ; terms anyone can own a instrument. Send for
FREE CAT,VLO;UE ccntun.n: full information.
and its speedaction is i
5hert Music: stnrg Violins Banjos, Guitars Aceordeon -
wonderful:' -OFNOTIONS- I and in fact, every Musical Instrument
Dr.J. W. Rhodes, Crawfordsville Ga., '' that is made,and atery low prices. Send for com
writes: "I confers B. B. B. is the Lest NEAT AND PROMPT.FOR I'I' plete Ca al"gned..* I have 20,000 pieces of Choice
Muaic at 10 cent pt r copy.
and quickest medicine for rheumatism 1 I
tried." A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville. Fla.SCOTTWS. ;)
Lire ever
Dr. J. Farmer Crawfordsville. Ga., GROCERIES 1- I '

writes : **i cheerfully! recommend B. BRas 1I PIANOSORGANS

a tine tonic alterative. Its use cured I

an excrescence of the neck after other i

remedies effected no perceptible good."

Dr. C. .\. Jfont; ontero. Jacksonville. :

Ala.. writes: "My mother insisted on :JOB DRY GOODS I

my getting B. B. B. for her rheumatism PRINTING EMULSION

as her case stubbornly resisted the usual
remedies. She experienced immediate

relief and her improvement has beer L&B1S.M1i i
truly wonderfu" OF PURE COD LIVER OIL

.\ prominent physicianho wishes &.*n> HYPOPHOSPEITESAlmost I I
1m i name not ireii. says: "A patient of FIFTH ANNUAL
3Icns' Ladies' &
mine whose case of -St'CIIS- Palatable Milk. I
tertiary syphilis was as
surely killing him. and which no treatment Chih1rens'I CLEARANCE SALE I
I So disguised that it can be taken<
seemed to check was entirely! digested, and assimilated by the most
cured with about twelve bottles of B. B SHOES. : sensitive stomach when the plain oil June I to Aug. 1,1839.1$2,57oOOi I
B. lIe was fairly made up of skin gnu : cannot be tolerated; and by the combination .
the oil with the
of hypopho
bones and terrible ulcers." 8.
phltei lj mach more efflcacioas. I .tI

I.ETTERiIE.DS.XOTEIIE..DS, Remarkable as a flesh producer I

.\.Letter From ('Ul.lU.. A. Circle.
while lt
Persons gain rapidly taking .
Worth of Pianos and Organs t
1 take I pleaMin' in testifying to the merits SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged from best makers to be closed
of Tetterine, the Mire cure for kin diea :E3.A.TS Physicians to be the Finest and Best prepay out regardless of cost value. ;
>es. I had Ixen alllictctl with tetter on ration in the world for the relief and cure of Stock,too large. Must conTerttntoealhorblltaUmenta.HtI.

my face and body for years and had ued BILL-h E ADS. CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA. I

erery remedy I could hear of recommended GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING Some entirely NEW <'I'Rr.I'JJE.
for akin dUeases without deriving the DISEASES, EMACIATION, \TS not used a

slightest benefit until I was induced to ust CLOTHING COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS. Some,Nearly New-used a feir'

Tetterine, and to my great satisfaction a STATEMENTS, The great remedy for ConsumpKan, and months only.

few applications made a permanent cure Tasting in Children. Sold by aU Dn gguts. Some used,used two a to year three or*o.-Socie. .|
I know of a number of other cases where it year 1
Some fine Second Hand..-taken|
has been: equally as Micces-ful. CIRCULARS, If any dealer says he has the W.L.Dou 1a. In exchange, and made new in i
Your, Shoes without name and price stamped ot .
truly our repair Factory. ite poli.hel
very down fraud.
Gent's Furnishing Goods the bottom put him as a
C.u'r. B. A. CIRCLE, Re-strung. Restored in Tone
FOLDERS and Action, and made good for
Titusville, Fla. years of service.BARGALiS. .
50 cents a box at Dr. J. B. Screven' ALSOCROCKERY EVERY O'iE. -

Drug Store, and dealers generally. 0.

remise of Your OWN TERMS almost.
Incorporation. ,
Very light Monthly Pa..m"ulor *,
The following Corporation has this Small Cash Payment and balance -
PROGRAMMES when you get ready.
day been formed by the undersignei' HARDWAREAND jjW -
Incorporators, to wit: St. John and Indian ; t
Hirer Canal and Steamboat Co. STREAMERS
Capital Stock ;$100.000 dollars, in Give you all the time wanted
but SPOT CASH will save yon
shares of $100 dollars each. money. TRY US O>. We will
To dig, excavate and build a canal connecting DODGERS, meet you every time.PIANOS.
the waters of the St. John's ant

Indian river by a suitable and sutlicieulcanal Ship Chandlery Goods.

to carry, transpoit and convey
and thereon, in tin
persons property

Counties Volusia, Brevard and Orange. BUSINESS CARDS, $50, $75, $100, $150.ORGANS. }
and all necessary canals connecting said

principil canal. To navigate and mi
) Steamboats upon said canal St. John-

and Indian lliver. The principal of OR t

fice of said Corporation shall be aiOsteen VISITING CARDS. These will be the main features of my $3 GENTLEMEN. $24 $35. $50, S75. ,

Volusia county,State of Florida, business, but orders sent me for any- Best in the -world. Examine his


j II. E. OSTCEK. yule will be promptly filled. 83.50 POLICE AND FAUMEKV SHOE.
S. NORWOOD. All made la Congress, Button and Lace. SUMMER 1889.IUDDEN&BATES.S.M.H..

GEO. W. DICKSON SEND YOUR ORDERSTO Will buy Fruits, Eggs, Chickens,1, L. DOUGLAS


In Circuit Court of the Seventh Jiidlcla THEFLORIDA- Or any Country Produce my customersor Best Material. Best Style. Best Fitting.If SAVANNAH, GA. fi
not sold by your dealer, write
Circuit of Florida, JJreranl County, friends may bring w. L. DOUGLAS BROCKTON. MASS

A. D. 1889. In Chancery. to market.I Examine W. L Douglas' $2 Shoes for


ARTHUR I Foreclosure t
F. WILLIAMS ask for a share of the public patronage -
ofMortgage. C. J. HECTOR
and (
HEPSLY WILLIAMS JOB PRINTING OFFICE, and come as a supplicant, not a ,

and I die tator, asking for your favors.If Melbourne, Fin. ___ ....j "'!9IC .__ .:. _:

HARRY FI I1En. J courteous treatment,good
goods and low figures is i
It from the 01
appearing arlid.ivjt
" the candidate for I
Minor S. Jones, complainant's solicitor ICUREt
". fa the above entitled cause that the rest public favor,
pondents. Arthur F. S. Williams antI then I'melected. Organs
llepsey F. Williams and Harry Fisher .

are nou residents of the State of Florida,

over the age of 21 years, and that the residence Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co., FITS I IWhen

: of Arthur F. S. Williams andHepsey Chilled Plows and SugarCane
t F. Williams is unknown to affi
:Rills.s. If want to purchase a
resides in you
ant, anil that Harry1 ..
+: I say CUOE I do :;,;- eats t!' e1y to
the City of Baltimore, State of Maryland Piano Organ write to the un- stop them for n tiuie,Red tneu .e *..*ra return 4
or ,
; therefore, again 1 MEAN V U wit..._ u:Fir
It said ,, I have made the disease of
is ordered that the respondents dersigned or give him a call.
.. Arthur F.S.Williams and F. Hepsey Wil- FITS, EPILEPSY or
tJ ham Fisher do plead, answer of the in-
!; s and Harry Can sell you any
:..j or demur to the said complainant's ,
bill of complaint, herein filed on or be- struments of the best and lead- A life-long study. I T7AKRA5T my remedy to
: fore the first day of July, A. D. 18S9, or CURE the wor t ca&es Because others hare 1
. that failed is no reason for not now recemnz;a care.
! the said bill will be taken as confessed, ing makers at prices defy Send at once for a treawe and a FREE BOTTLS
and the complainant will be allowed to of my INFALLIBLE RBUEDT Give Expressand
proceed with his said cause. It competition. Pot Office. It costa you nothing for a
r ex-parte trial and it will core yoa.ddre5.1 t
;, Ii further ordered that this order be published H.C.ROOTM.C.,183PIUiSTHIWYOUoIce.

'-: once a week for lour consecutive
**ek3 In the FLORIDA STAR, a newspaper .
published In Titusville, Brevard q 1' \ Pianos and Organs sold en The Installment -
,..: : ;; : i
Florida. .
-. Witness< the Honorable John D. ...., ,- '.> plan when desired. Discount All concerned will take notice that six
Broome, Judge of the said Court; as 'r;-;_' ; '. : nonths after date I will Arent my final
Well as A. A. Stewart, Clerk of Circuit k account to (, eMinorS.Jone4Cowii

Court, and the seal thereof, at the Court- loClinrcliesonOiiaiis.AH ty Judge of Brevard county, Florida, and

house, in Titusville, this 5th day of ray for an order dismissing lee from the
June, A. D. 1889. correspondence receive prompt (execution of the last will and te.tamentof

A. A. STEWART, _' ..,J attention.E. hineas D.Veson, late of aid county, ileceaseti.

Clerk of Circuit Court. .. .: ;..., '
By H. FAtklnson, Deputy-clerk. B. WAGER, AGNES M. WESSON,

MINOR Solicitor S. JONES for complainant., 7 ." .,..". '.' .;., < .. ... II a R.aV. Tltiisville, Florida. 506mo.dminktratrir.. t

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(1 ii4 J LOCAL.- LA CONICS.Fur -Mr. and Mrs., Hogg, of St. Lucie, j -Mr. L. Wellhouse, of Atlanta, was a f

.. ( pineapple slips apply to Captain were in town :Monday.Mr. guest at the Grand View yesterday. I
j Minutes and Proceedings of the Indian River Spelling
Zellers, schooner Manatee, Titusville. -: C., T. Pope and Rev. S. F. Gove, -Died-at Courtney, June 25th, in- (jlas .

t -Mr. Ed DeCourcey has overhauled of Long wood, were in town Monday. fant son of M. S. and Sarah T. Sams.

his boat and launched her into the river. -Mr. M. G. Ellis, of Melbourne, was a -Lieut. R. D. Hitchcock returned I "Spelling class stand up. Spell and and 1.00, and every class of fine shoesin

'-For dwarf Cavendish: banana plants visitor to our town the first part: of this from Canaveral last night. He did'not define merchant." proportion. Suspenders from 7 to 7 Or.

$ address Mr. W. A. Baugh, Melbourne, week. make a long stay. ")[-e-r,mer, c-h-a-n-t, merchant-a per- per pair, fine white shirts 40c., ;Oc., 8 9c.

1 Fla. 4. Judge M. S. Jones has been on a -Mr. J. C. Xorwood and wife, of City son who buys and sells goods at a reasonable and $1.04, and the finest white shirt in

-:' and Mr?. Mackenzie expect to business trip to St. Augustine for several Point, were registered at the Grand View profit ; and we read that small profits the town for $1.20 ; needles 2c., thread

'.. kM return from Banana: to their Titusyille days during the past week. Tuesday evening.A. make quick sales." 2c., fine note-paper 4c. per quire, en vel.

home shortly.Mr. -Mr. Jake Birnbaum returned last ,V'. Cockrell, of Jacksonville, was "Correct. Xext! Spell ape." opee 2 to 5c., very fine unruled linen paper

\ -: D. A. Dickson has been appointed evening from Savannah, where he reports in town to-day on business connected "A-p-e, ape- u person who has: no i everything lOc. per, and quire.from In the fact prices they keep

postmaster at Rockledge vice Stephen business and building on an immense with the records at the Court House. brains of their own and who has to makeuse I would think each individual article yoa was

1 Ryder resigned. boom. Anyone wishing purchase a round of other people's by aping or imitating intended as a "leader." Haven't you seen

M k Money limey Money 111 to Messrs. A. J. Grant, S. K. Hollister trip ticket to Xew York and return from their actions and mode of doing the crowds going and coming from there!

i loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins and H. T. Hollibter connected with the Jacksonville, the Mallory Line, can things; also a kind of an animal." True, my child; I have seen the crowd*

& Graham, Titusville.Mesrs. J., T. & K. W. Ry. Co., were in town secure a trip ticket and save several dollars "Correct again. Xext! Spell Bazar." posed going,down from there the somewhere numbers and, but also 1Sti .

Saturday and Sunday.The by addressing G., care STAR office, "B-a-ba-z-a-r-zur, Bazar the place the
J. S. WatKm and R. Ranson happy expression on everyone's ,that
v .y F returned from their St. Augustine trip infant daughter-Katie-of Mr. Titusville. Speak quick! down on the corner by the depot where they were organizing a picnic or preparing .

r * k f The who has been the main line of for cash than Cesar, or some equally important event
steamer Georgians returned morning. parents have the sympathy at work on you can buy cheaper you But enongh said. We had better adjourn .

*'.r') from down the river last Friday and will of their numerous friends in the the J., T. and K.V.. Ry., is now conductor can anywhere else\ in the State. Why, and go down there and do Our

bereavement.Lieutenant. on our Indian River Division in placeof they are selling the finst-class patent trading before those bargains are all
i remain here for a few repair:*.
Commander Hitchcock Mr. J. B. Town Mr. Dearborn will I leather slippers for 81.i0, brogans 93c. gone. I
h I.l -y-ter shell! lime of A 1 quality is I I
''of the U. S. Navy, arrived here bring his family to Titusville and make _
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offered for sale bJ.. S. Wat-cm of El
I evening. Captain Penny met him here this his home. He formerly was a resident -
Dora. Price furnished .
on application.A with his sailboat and carried him to Canaveral of Indian River, and is glad to get BARGAINS BARGAINS !1

$ large lot of Georgia apples have Tuesday.Dr. back again.

.l been in town this past week, and some of
B. R. Wilson has been We learn that hotel is be
appointed a big to
.lt them have beenhipped by our merchants
; down the river. Justice of the Peace for the second district erected at Jupiter this summer. Capitalists Goods at Lower Prices Ever

in this county in place of Mr. H. of Louisville. Nashville, Knoxville, ,
-Mr. Ed Summerlin of Fort Pierce,
I.* F. Atkinson, who resigned. He receivedhis Philadelphia and Xew York are going to
f was in town last week to meet his family Now is the Time to
.t commission about two weeks ago. build it, and the subscribed capital is Buy.
t from Osteen, where they had been on
-Another artesian well is in full flow $65,000. The building is to be of coquina,
k a visit for a while.
i at Dr. Stafford's, Indianola. At a depthof will have a frontage 296 feet, 102 We sell white shirts from 35c to 31.00 each; Ladies Ruffling 7c
-Mr. and Mrs. Hogan, of Banana River 14x16 feet 50 10x10 feet to ISc yard Pearl buttons 2c to Sc doz. Towels Gc to 9c each
130 feet, Mr. Durst says, it has a flow rooms rooms a per ; per ; ;
SH.i i were in town lat Friday. They returned of 180,000 gallons per day. The drillingis dining-room 00x100 feet, immense rotun- IIandkerchicf s, 3c to I2c each; pins, Ic; needles, 2c; pencils, 3c to 5C;

''I home the next day, Miss Schaffler to be continued to increase the flow. da, parlors and other general rooms. The pen points, 7 for 5c; Dust pans best, I3c; Lamp clliinnevs, 41c and 5c

r r.:,. accompanying them. building is to be three stories high, and each, and tuany other articles at astonishingly low prices.
Watermelons have been plentiful in
.;t -Capt. John Simonsnn H expected town the past week. Some of the largest will have an observatory 32 feet square. COME AND SEE US.
back from New York in a few days, and I This will be used as an office by the gov-
and finest
:t-;* HMii as he returns will probably com- were brought from Osteen. ernment Signal Service Department.The .
The small boy and the colored people We Charge Nothing for Showing Goods.
mence work on his new yacht.Turtleeggscason lime for the_ coquina concrete is to
have disposed of more than their shareof -
be procured by burning, in an immense
4r is now in its height, them. kiln, the huge mounds of oyster shell: We have gone into the business, not for a few weeks or months

'.. and many are the parties visiting the -Mr. S. H. Ray is erecting a barn in that are so plentiful at Jupiter Inlet and only but
)beach, : for eg:, much to the annoyance around the mouth of the Loxahatche PEB.I\ANENTLY:
J'' nnd& disturbance of our Flyrida! bear. the rear of his residence on Washington river. The main building and corridor
it avenue, where he will keep his fine walks will be built of this coquina, And we trust by fair dealing to merit the confidence and patronage of
-J. A. Durst of Crescent City, the blooded Kentucky horses. Messrs. P. M. which is considered absolutely fire-proof,, the public.

r pioneer well-sinker of the state of Florida Fisher and J. W Stewart are doing the while the partition walls will be frame. Respectfully,
i is now operating at Indianola, Fla., work. The interior of the building will be finish .

,ti1 where all communication's may be ad- throughout with selected Georgia curly S. ..BELCHER: & CO.

,tlre-ed and information be -Colonel Gaulden was made quite pine.
: obtained.Mr. ------------------------ -- ------ -
,4'L happy, last Saturday morning, by the arrival \
-- D. S. Hutchiiison tarted for -The Sheriff succeeded in capturing S-te
Clyde Lm sb.ip CC>
at his residence, of an infant .
Trenton, X. J., last Thursday morning, three negroes last week who had been ,
when he will -lay till the late fall and daughter.fat He says she i is just as cute plying the gambling racket about town New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.The .
as can be. Mother and child are JI
months when htr will return to completethe both doing well. pretty lively. Their names were Toni
Mitchell, Willie Taylor and Ben Johnson
finishing touches on hi-, new building j
r htl' ,. Messrs. A. Q. Holladay J.1.. He tried to capture the fourth cue

i. : Pickell, of Lake City, Fla., were in town of the crowd whom they called Sam, but L
--Mes-r ::eofield and Cantine, of Cocoa t
1 I Monday. Mr. Holladay was formerly Sam was too nimble for him and escapedto : '1
.. were amun.; the visitors: at St. Auguaine -
11c j' connected with the State:; Agricultural the hammock just north of town before .
last week from Indian River t
.. ..' ; College, and we believe he has land interests I the Sheriff could reach him. The
'frJ Abu Mr. Tony Canoya and family and i
/ in Turnbull hammock, north of three I
captured were launched in jail,
:Mr. R. B. Stewart and family, of Rock- t
J ledije. Titusville.Mr. where they will have to await the fall a

I' W. P. Underwood, recently of term of the Circuit Court. Arresting and

> ,I f iti -Mr. M. S. Muremenof Switzerland, Brazil, arrived here last week with a jailing these parties has caused a numberof Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows : 1i.
j Fla., traveling agent of the Florida Fruit (Standard Time. :
; )
steam launch about 30 feet long from colored gamblers to quit the town, and

also Exchange,several was in town last Friday and New York. The propelling power is a they probably will steer clear of this e; From Jacksonville to New York. I From Fernandina to New York. e
: down the
spent days river 4-horse naptha motor, and Mr. Under place in the future. The Sheriff says his e
this week. He can the IROQUOIS, Sunday, JuneThursday 2. at 6.00 a. m SEMINOLE, call Cbl'lou.Tuesday,June at3pn .
t 1 explain workingsof wood expects to remain permanently on going to break up the gambling if it is YEMASSEE. 6, at 9:30 a. m CHEROKEE, .'. Friday, .. 7at3pmllatSpo
r' the Fruit SEMINOLE Sunday, 10 9. at 1 ':OO noon IROQUOIS, "
4 Exchange satisfactorily to Tuesday
a possibility. While the colored
Indian River with his craft. people CHEROKEE, Thursday, .1 13, at 4:00 a. m 8EMINOLE, ., Friday.h 14 at3pm
our orange growers and shippers. could get a chance to gamble they could IROQUOIS.SEMIXOLE. Sunday, '. 16, at 6:00 a. m CHEROKEE, Tuesday u 18 at 3 P m g
-The rainfall, Saturday and Sunday, not be induced Thursday .1 20, at J 0:00 .. "
to work by the day at ex- .. a. m IROQUOIS Friday. 21 at3pm
; -Miss Ada Burr, who has been CHEROKEE. .. .. ..
Sunday 23 at 12:00 ,
staying : noon SEMINOLE
iu this Tuesday, 25 at 3pm
section, was immense. Notwithstanding torsionate wages even. Thursday, 27, at 3:00 m "
p. CHEROKEE 1'8 at
Friday 3pm
with her cousin Mrs. Scriuigeour, northerly winds the water in marked to one of our business men a dayor SEMIXOLE, Sunday, .. 30. at 4:00 a. in 0I
II nnce last before CHEROKEE Thursday July 4, at 8.00 a. iu I
: January, returned to her homeat the river has risen by the flood of rain so being captured: "Boss, Iwouldn't
Corning, X. Y.. Thursday morninglast. work for you to-day for $5.00.
and the torrents from numerous creeks I For Information Regarding Freight and
Passage to
: She made number of am going to play cards for my living. apply I
I a and brooks. Along the shores of Indian -- --- J. A. LESLIE, Agent Jacksonville; T. G. LGr-l:, Traffic Manager<< 35 Broadway, :Sew York; Iitl
friends during her visit here of J..1. STEAD. Agent, Fernandiua
many River now, in shoal water, the water hasa JOHN L. HOWARD. T. F. A., Jacksonville. F.iL IRONMONGER T. P. A., Jacksonville.
whom were at the depot, the morning of reddish hue. Our I "-31. 1'. CLYDE & CO., General Agent, 12 South Wharves Philadelphia ; 3. BowBOBBINS
her departure, to bid her adieu. orange-growers say Mug Green, dew York.
we have had enough rain for the pre -
-The new warehouse and offices of sent. .

the Indian River Steamboat Company at f.t.
A -Indian River Mission. M. E. Church & GRAHAM
the end of the railroad wharf are fast approaching South. Second Quarterly Conference on yrrL W EtOHTR .
com pletion. The siding is all YALww lesotrnr
Saturday and Sunday next, at City Point. W
on and the tooting is partially completed. The following will be the order of a
,t Captain Watn will have pleasant and seryices REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS. 1r
: Saturday, preaching at 11 a. m. 0
comfortable quarters as soon as he is located
and 7 n
9t p. m. ; conference, 2 p. m. Sun- r '
in the new building day, school at 10 a. m. ; preaching 11 zed

-The schooner Manatee can be chartered a. m. and 5 p. m. Rev. T. J. Nixon, P. LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. H

for carrying freight or for trips E. Rev. C. C. Rev.
; Temple, Jas. Bolton. pr
Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 cent.
4! :uiywhere on the coast. Freight rates All are invited. Sacrament on conclu- Choice lots in per topt

I :.r ts always reasonable.: Her captain makes sion of Sunday morning service. in twelve months.rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 percent

a specialty of capturing the manatee or -The brick-laying on Messrs. Robbins Residence lots in Titusville from $20 up to 1000.
?>ea-cow, native only to the waters of
4 South Florida. Further particulars furnished & Graham's new office is expected to be "Kift'PDWDER Business lots from $250 to $2,500.

by J. W. Zellers. Titusville, Fla.- completed sometime to-day, and the fin Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands 10.Or] .

ishing work, it is estimated, will require

Messrs. J. S.Watson & Co., forwarding about- ten days- more. The building will More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly every lit

merchants, are receiving numerous be divided into three rooms, one for the county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and Vegetable thSe

orders for Indian River produce from Brevard Abstract of Title Company, one Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $1 per Acre' and

different place in Florida, and their for real estate and loans, and one for a upwards.P. beiDt

business is destined to grow so that when legal consultation room. 3ir. Decker is Absolutely Pure. O. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.A. I
another season i b upon us the business anxious
to complete the work as he hasa This powder never varies. A marvel or purity A.
will be a remunerative one for the firm contract at Emporia to attend to. strength, wholesomeness.; s. More economical GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM h!
than the ordinary kind,
canuot be sold in Clerk Circuit
and also beneficial to the shippers of fruit competition with the multitude of low test, short Court. Atty. at Law. M. DBREYARD ate
and vegetables. -Mr. G. B. Rumph has commenced to weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only In
fig into his cans. Royal Baking Powder Co.. 101 Wall Street ABSTRACT g:1: ;
move new residence at North Sew York OF TITLE COMPANY.Complete
,relearn that to
I i Rev. Sidney Wilbur Titusville. An inspection of this new

i contemplates building a large, fine resi- cottage shows it to be the tastiest in town. T T. SANDERS, Abstracts of Title furnished to all lands In Bre alan
dence his lot in South ward county, Florida.
upon Titusvillenear The furnishings, and everything, in fact, .
the Dele,pine Grant. Plans and is new. The inside finished up on the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Titles Examined and Perfected. tf.

. i specifications tor a pretty design in wood ,' natural pine wood, while the plastered dicial Will Circuit practice of in Florida.all the Courts of the Seventh Ju Box 250, Titusville, Fla. .
with mansard roof have been submittedby walls are toned with different the
tints by P. O. Box. 233. T1TUSTILLE, FLA. -
)Ir. L. R. Decker. and we hope, ere the hand of the painter. The main rooms 11 SFIESOX: LXi OPFaEUElL Cl:

long, to see the work commenced. Mr. are fitted with piping for water supply, EXTAL OFFICE OF New Varieties Peaches and Plums arI (
D 100-
Wilbur has, probably, the finest locationin furnished from an elevated water tank, All orders before June will be booked for fall $10.00 per in I

town, overlooking the magnificent bayat and the furniture, matting, etc., are all DR. L. T. DANIEL, following varieties : Bidwell's Early and Late, Arlington delivery at above price for any of the

this place. His river bluff is high and of the latest style. We know Mr. Rumphand COCOA, FLORIDA Honey and Peento Peaches; Kelsey, Satsuma, Ogan and other, Bidwell's.Japanese Improved Plums Peentoj budded' J
Peach ,
commands a view of the river for miles will Will be at the Grand View Hotel, Titusville, on on or Plum stock as preferred; trees three to four feet cent the
;t. family feel proud of their new j the First Monday in each Month for one week or with order, balance before shipment. Best high. Terms, 10 per
north and south. domicile. more. Patronage solicited,and all work guaranteed bright Cotton Seed Meal, $28.00 per ton. 10P
to be sati&fictory. 11 JOHN B. BEACH, Indian Hirer Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla.

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