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:
July 3, 1889


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


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

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


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Cocoa. Ten Mile Creek. : Melbourne. derful in freedom from insects. Duringour Lake Worth.

The Fourth of July will not be celebrated A few refreshing showers during the i Showers nearly every day. Sunday walk we passed along one Enough wet.

in Cocoa. past week makes vegetation decidedly And mosquitoes also. trail and fifteen or twenty minutes later Also enough sunshine.So .

fresher for the returned by a parallel trail, not 200
and Mr. R. Jones
L.W. Wellhouse everything is
)[r. How the weeds and grass grow ; thriving.
Misses Gertrude and Helen Bevill yards distant from the first. We arepositive
Ga. paid Cocoa a business are
Atlanta, the
of Dr. Holmes and wife, of City Point, there were 500 on the first trailto Especially mosquitoes. If anyone
at Mr. Bell's while
stopping attending
week. they are -
visit last doubts it let them and them.
were in town last week and called come sample
the district school. *' upon one on the second, the only difference
)Irs. Dawson and her son Robbie, who friends here. G. Washington Bristol is short
I being the growth was taller on the first, on a
of the clerks in the firm of J. M. The Hendry Bros. have been at workon
is one Mrs. Johnson will, we are told, open and the breeze very light. We are not trip north, but will return shortly and
& Co. left last week for a few the county bridges, and rumor says
ganders continue the his
the Riverside as a hotel as soon as the at all interested in the locality mentioned improvements on west
at their old home in Charleston. they are much improved already.Our .
weeks' stay side
painting is finished.Mr. so the above statement may be considered place.
S. C.Sunday. school is progressing nicely, the
R. K. Carron and his sister have correct. John Clemenson was down from Junoon
morning Archdeacon S. B. attendance being larger and more regular taken of the the 24th and James Kinsley on the
I possession! Idlewild Cottage, No person visiting our stores would ;
held services and administered now than since the school began.A .
Carpenter which will accommodate all who wish to imagine this to be the dull season. 25th. The former has bought one of1

the Holy Communion in St. Michael's few visitors still continue to visit stop at Melbourne.We Large quantities of goods are received Capt. U. D. Hendrickson's mules and is

Episcopal Church, Cocoa, and delivered our rural district, and many fine drivesare are to hear that Mrs. Nesbitt almost daily, and the outward-bound arranging to go into the wood businessat
of his interesting sermons. : enjoyed by the Fort Pierce people on .
one is still confined to her bed. Mrs. Thomas trade is in proportion. Mr. C. J. Hec- Jupiter.The

Mr. Harry Eyre, who is spending the i the excellent road, which are as hard and also has been ill for a few days, but is tor's store floor was full of large packingcases Mary B. arrived in from Jacksonville -

summer with friends in Webster City; solid as a brick pavement.We able to be up again. of dry goods, shoes: etc., and large the Ruby Dye and the Illinois from

la.. receives hearty thanks from the side- understand. G. Bevill has arrived Work is progressing favorably at Melbourne lots of hats, clothing, trunks and satchels the B. I. E. and the Laura B. from Jupiter -

walk committee for so promptly forwarding at Fort Pierce with his new saw- are coming. Never before have goodsof all on the 21st. The Ina returned
Beach a tier of lots the whole
the $2.5O which he promised to give mill. He is putting it up at Bell's Creek. ; such quality at so low prices been seen from Jupiter on the 24th and Emily B.
length of the south side of Ocean avenueare
towards the coquina sidewalk of our little and will be prepared in a very; short timeto being cleared and grubbed. Captain in this part of the country. The resultis arrived from Jacksonville on the 2: th.

town. furnish lumber to one wishing it.We trade of .Ir. Hector's
any a big
course. The usual Fourth of July picnic will
Clayton, of Olean, N. Y., has a very fine
Mr E. J. Johnson and Gus Johnsonare hope the people will patronize home building site there.Watermelons trade, last Saturday, reached nearly be held, but exactly where has not yet

fulfilling their share of the promisedwork interest, thereby helping to build up an $200. Our drug store carries a good been decided. It is understood that the

on the coquina walk by bringingrock enterprise of this kind. We wish you are coming in, though stock of the latest and choicest drugs and Jupiter and Lake Worth Railroad Com-
still high priced. We have had them
for the sidewalk which is to be laid success, Mr. Bevill. i medicines. Mr. Branch strives, at least, pany have tendered the use of a train
for month and the kind-
now a through
in front of Mr. E. C. Johnson's candy Some of our neighbors expect several to keep even with the river trade. Our and offered a free trip to Jupiter and return -

store. Rev. Butler Reed, one of our families of their relatives and friends ness of Mrs. Ely cantaloupes also, which hardware store does a good business, andis over the new road, and this offer
were raised on the Goode House grounds. may possibly accepted. Be this as it
worthy colored citizens, we are pleasedto next fall. They certainly would be quitean They were simply delicious. constantly adding to the variety of its may, the picnic will be held somewhere,

note furnished his mule and cart for acquisition to this place. More people stock. weather permitting.As .

one day's hauling of rocks for the side- ] is what we need-some that will buy The Riverside restaurant building of We noticed. two week's ago 'Ruth- the new school law makes a changein
Mr. S. H. Phillips is receiving its finish-
walk. the land and make permanent homes. venY' allusion to our regatta, and the the school board, the old board met on
: ing touches in the painting. We notice
Mr. V. H. Harris, the newly] appointed The land is for sale on easy installments, intimation that local jealousy barred 25th and finished up all business, and
Mr. F. W. Comstock of Malabar, is
postmaster at Micco, Fla., with his friend and is adapted to raising sugar-cane and Lake Worth boats. Not so, my dear sir. everything is in shape to turn over to
the work. Frank is old
Mr. T. J. O'Brien, spent a few days up vegetables, the soil.being of a rich, brown gaged on an The statement in the Xews was an error, the new board as soon as they are appointed -
hand well versed in
here last week. They cane up to overlook loam with clay foundation (this being the trade. every departmentof the matter having been fully discussedat and qualified. County Superin-

the telegraph line, as the heavy the hammock kind), and then the pine the first: meeting, and decided that if tendent Gale is also ready to abdicate in

Rate of the week before had done some land, on which can be raised quantitiesof We have been trying a preparation for Lake Worth boats were admitted, boats favor of John Clemenson, the new appointee -

little damage to the wires between Micco sweet-potatoes which sell readily at mosquitoes prescribed by Dr. Stafford, from Halifax Matanzas and elsewhere commission., as soon as the latter receives his

and this place. Mr. O'Brien has chargeof $1.00 per bushel; and, combined with and dispensed by C. H. Stewart, our little would claim the right to enter, as was

station at Micco. Last our fertile country we have a climate druggist. After applying we took a walkin done in one instance at least from read- A year ago last February David Brownset
the telegraph
he had charge of the signal Service that is unsurpassed. We especially wish the worst place we know of, and not ing the statement alluded to. The cus- out some root sprouts of guavas and
year ]last winter
picked half bushel of
our northern friends to know that here one mosquito settled on any part touched tom had been for a few years back to put a guavas -

station at Jupiter.The is place "where the heat is perpetualand I with the preparation. a very large portion of the money in from one of them, and now they are
Poinsett and IndependentIndian
Lake all loaded with fruit. Perhaps
the sun forever shines ;" but at the Messrs. Morrion: and Hitchings have fir;t-class prizes and let foreign boats some
River Steamboat Company ex- other section of the State can beat this.
time want who will cast the and walls of the it while the who contri-
same we people covered ceilings carry away, ones
pected to hold a meeting last week, June We are willing they shall ; all we ask is
their interests with and not afraidto in their with cloth buted and entered to make a race knew
2bth, at Cocoa, in Hill's Hall but :Major I us are rooms building tightly that they will tell us of it when they do.
detained in work, for, with industry enough, this l stretched and well tacked ; on this there was: no earthly show of securing a Mr. Brown also has about as fine mandarin
'ieo Cecil was unavoidably
place can be made to "blossom as the foundation paper is to be applied and prize. We have been told that the above orange trees for one year's growth
Jacksonville, so telegraphed down to ask from the as can be found
that the meeting be postponed until rose." Would be pleased to give any finished with fine wall paper. The boys more than any reason, was the cause of where.L. nursery any

information we can to anyone wishing it, will have a CO'iYiuitc: of rooms when dissatisfaction: and the abandonment of
Tuesday, July 9th. As Major Cecil is D. Hillhouse, our County Collector,
either through the columns of the STAR completed.Dr. the Oleander Point races. The resultwas
the manager of the DeBary Line of as anticipated-one of the squarest, has a place on the west side which he is
steamboats, and an important factor in or by private letter. Address to be had Schofield, Mr. and Miss: Moore, most enjoyable meetings ever held on improving considerably, and amongst

the meeting, the committee have doneas at the STAR oflice. HERMIT.Hymciiial. and Miss Kate Eyre came down on the the river. Numerous prizes, happy win- other improvements was the removal ofa

will Maud F. last week for another visit to ners, everybody well pleased; there being
railroad meeting that had
he asked and the but one soUtargrowler, and as he contributed gopher been depredatingamong
be held Tuesday, July 9th, in Hill's Hall Melbourne Beach. The party occupy: nothing else we are glad he was the pineapples. The gopher was
in Cocoa, and a large attendance is earnestly I I Mrs. Cummings' Myrtle Cottage, Ocean able to do so much. No, Mr. Ruthven taken to the east side of the lake and
I.urieat residence of the bride's avenue. The distance is short to either remove from your mind the idea that
requested. confined in a barrel for about a month,
parents, Mr. J. B. Merriweather to Miss river or ocean, and if too ill or indolentto local jealousy etc.. had any influence in after which its
thinking appetite was
the matter and when we hold our next
Gnllic. Alma Bell next daughter of walk the hand-car on the railroad will '
Fan youngest
May Day regatta. Come and see us sharp enough for it to eat almost any-

We are still favored with showers and Hon. Alexander Bell transport them rapidly and comfortablyto even if your boats are barred. You will thing, it was turned loose to graze on the

growing weather. The ceremony was performed by Mr. either place. find people ready to welcome you with east side pastures. What was neighborHillhouse's

The artesian well in Hodgson Bros'orange McMillan, of this place, and was very We can see from the west side or mainland hospitable visit a pleasant hands and one.strive We to will make all your be surprise to see that gopher,

grove has! reached a depth of 120 quiet. The happy couple immediately the new bath-houses at the Atlantic pleaded to greet you, and none more so in less than half an hour, nearly halfway

feet. started on a bridal trip to Montgomery, terminus of the railway apparently al- than across the lake and headed directly

her Ala., where they expect to make their most within a stone's throw of Myrtle U. D'ONOHU. for his old feeding grounds. A short trip

Mrs. John E. M. Hodgson and future home. The bride was presentedwith Cottage. They are built at the very edgeof --- with a skiff, a few blows with a hatchet
little daughter arc both doing well under and the gopher went to feed the crabs: ,
of flowers IIjpoluxo.
handsome by
a bouquet the ocean bluff, "down almost amid
while the still
pineapples are growing
the of Mr Bassett.
care ? Mrs. Cornelia Bass, with complimentsand the slapping waves;" and, as we stated "There's music in the air," all their tropical luxuriance. Such, in
Mrs. W. J. Nesbitt's friends in Eau congratulations. The bride The musquito is to hum. brief the facts related
many once before, the baths are to be supplied are as by neighbor
Uallie will be pleased to hear that she is loooked lovely in a rich costume of lavender with water from the artesian well, so He-or she rather-judging from the Hillhouse. who although from Georgia,

fast recovering from her recent illness. soi de chine, and orange blossoms. bathers can take a fresh water rinse aftera name, i is of Spanish origin. The plain left there of young infection; so is it h probably before"this.He all.

Mr. Henry U. Hodgson has gathered The bridegroom, of course, wore the conventional salt water soaking in the Atlantic English of it should be the"must-eat-oh," danger is also a good democrat over and as a

the first crop of peaches we have seen on black. Congratulations of the Ocean. for they are indefatigable in search of a democratic ex-postmaster stands sponsorfor

the Eau Gallie River. They are the Bid- many friends of both contracting parties I I meal, and they puncture the millionairewith the tale, we feel no hesitation in giv-

well early and late varieties, and those were heartily extended, and at 3 Since the rain, tomatoes are putting on the game> calm indifference and bill ing it to the public in all its virgin sim-

we saw were fine, fully developed, well : o'clock the bridal party took the steameren new growth and a second crop of fruit. tHat they do the humble cribe. They plicity.

ripened fruit. i route to their future home. Water and muskmelon ,vines which were are democratic in their tastes and man- Improvements seem to be the order of

apparently almost dead, have revived the here The Cocoanut Grove
Treutler ners, and,per*', inflict the "solid South" day now.

The grounds around and the laid out Jacob Summerlin;the well-known pio- and are again in full bloom. Guavasare and New Jersey. The suiphurous fumesof House, when completed, will have a

House are being plowed and cattle rarer who i is an acknowledged loaded with fruit, and are blooming profanity drive them not, but a pinchof frontage of 96> feet, with five gables towards -
preparatory to the pipe laying necessaryto neer continuously. Oranges have held their pyrethrum in the smoke-pot and theyare the lake; C V. Barton is having astory

irrigating the young orange, lime and authority on matters pertaining fruit much better than we expected, and like the learned country constable's and half with
a building a one-
hotel buildingis to the Seminole Indians informs the Orlando I, return on his writ, "won cit t in veritus, in
! peach grove in which the Sentinel that the Seminoles will taking everything into consideration, we svampo up a stUnljJl)." You can take your story wing in the rear erected. This

situated. take the have as much to be thankful for and as choice-patience, profanity or pyreth- building is of good size and will be used
elect, a chief in a few days, to
Recent letters from Mr. Jno. H. Mellor place of the one recently murdered. The little to complain of as the residents of rum.The for a fruit and vegetable ripening and

(now in Chicago), advise us that an time for the election will probably be I I any other part of our country I Bessie: B., Lyman Bro, has: aftera packing house and jelly factory. He is
ha secured for the :Eau Gal- I I about in the Gulf several alterations and
organ ? been week's tumbling also haying improvements -
the third day after the new moon :! The S. V. White came up on Saturday
He Church. Services are held in off the inlet anchored inside the made to his residence.
Baptist stream Capt.
t Their mode of election i io not :: evening and went directhon to Titus-
I t this church every Sunday at 10:30 a. m. clearly known to the white man, but it i i yille. The Georgiana having replaced I outer bar and outside the inner bar, and H. P. Dye i is arranging to enlargehis

Seats free, and all cordially invited tp \t the biggest fighter and most 'i I her rudders, came down on Sunday evening I the big sloop Oliver, of the same firm, is accommodations at the Hotel Lake
I Le : The Illinois Pierce Worth E. B. Plunket] has
present. unloading her. Capt. nearly finishedhis
successful hunter of the tribe, whether to take her place on the lower river. I

I.i i Commissioner' P. A. McMillan id making he be a descendant of a chief or of the I! The river is so high that no trouble is has also arrived ; The Bon Ten, Capt. dwelling in the flat wood*, James
Will Moore, i is farming now ; the little Davidson's
great improvements in his grove is most likely to be anticipated in getting through, and the I Wood place is being reno-
L commonest subject, ; clipper} yacht Rosie B., belonging to the vated, repaired and improved and improvements -
I hauling out muck and fertilizer preparatory chosen: as the head of the tribe. Mr. f shipments of pineapples are so heavy Brauley'boys, is taking a rest on the are going on at the McCormick -

to laying out an extensive truck Suuimerlin says that if there happens to that the White's capacity is inadequate. ways: also sundry coats of paint and anew Cragin and several other place iJ

garden this fall. With the aid of an artesian be a tie between two candidates chief, ; The returns for pines arc \"eQgood, so sail. while arrangements are being made for

well gardening on a large scale is II one receiving as many votes as the other, : far as heard from, ranging from Sc. to I!! The Indian River Steamboat Compa other buildings this fall, or sooner, if
their method of deciding it is to have possible,among which are the Episcopal
an assured We say good luck to net for Key Largo's. n8' representative, in the person of our
success. I each candidate place a live fire coal on !' loc. common or rectory, James McFarlane's A. M. Wil-]
8U(-h pushing citizens, and send us moreof his bare wrist. The one who flinches or : The last Philadelphia quotations we solemn friend Mr. Carl Curtis made a ders and Col. H. L. Hart's private residences

them. I grunts first loses his office. Mr. Sum- saw were in good demand at lOc. to 15c. flying visit to Hypo and the heavens .-all on the east side. It is also
MUs Piazzi has kindly consented to be merlin has known a warrior to submit to ; There is money in pines at those rates, have been overcast ever since he left. We rumored that two or three buildings will
this ordeal so well that when the coal I go up in Atlantic City this fall, while
the Eau Gallic and 5 '. net would beat almost northern wish he could cheer up a little. We knowit
fir t of the and live ( any i
organist died out he cooly stooped put a i; h solemn thing to be married, hut itsa several of the west side bachelors are fig-
Church will be organized its That must have been a the cost of dwellings
and classes coal in place. crop. deal solemner not to be. We hopehe uring on big enough
and a choir started as soon as the new old Chief Haluckeetustenujrgee, who died We frequently hear people jokingly good will crack us a"smile" when we meet, for two and counting: the profits: on their
chief who.
i TRUTH. some years ago. He was the prospective pineapple crops.
instrument Cracker.
arrives. if he is not a
I when a sewing machine was brought into : say, in statements, that there Short devotional exercises were heldat
his camp, kicked out his squaw declar- t: are very few mosquitoes in a certain ]0t County Superintendent Clemonson, of
in Rev. E. homestead residenceon
Gainesville, Heysers
the cage the of Circuit Walter Court Hurst, at vs. the F. S. he ing now that had he had something no further that use would for her do ,all as t cality. Oh, no, there are none here, but Jupiter, paid us a pleasant call .and the morning of the 23d, and Sunday
A counted our children. School in the afternoon at the usual
; just ocronder there are plenty. up
for and didn't have to be fed and
rO:1r: ). thejury a verdict com- his sewing,
gave time and SAM.
RTTTHVEN. place. .
clothed. I little difference in location is often won
pminant for $5,000 damages.



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C' : so absorbed OiaFsKe did not- hearTlusnenter "My God, S glen what do you mean? tWeen 16 a 1d 17.- 'Why,now cane1t\

,l TAKENBYSIEGE. the room, and he had the pleasureof i i Do you love another man?" here? Is-s-3 your mother Lady Jane...

gazing upon her In all her lovely un- I i "No, I love no other man; but it cannot with yourFreddy's
j be would repent in sackcloth eyes were apparently
unconsciousness. A long sigh escaped tl ; you
x from her lips, and,as she raised her eyes, '[ and ashes before you were SO. Don'tj cated that in order to give full expresS[
- :4 4 :=:=:: z: *_l. she saw Rush advancing towards her. .A a j you know I am five years older than to one he was forced to shut the cjj?
: ? I would be an old woman while and regarding Lord Glencore th S
her and i
look of terror face you
: passed
The Story of a Young Journalist's Experiences she gave a low cry of alarm. you were a young man." his single optic he said, "You** bet if?afaGleIcore's :
: was, 1 shouldn't be here.
"I hope I have not frightened you," "And would you let such a thing as

a in New York. said Rush, taking her hand; "but I was that wreck a man's life? I couldn't love heart seemed restored to&
1! than myself. A woman native position. 'Tin very glad
so lost in admiration that I did not dare a woman younger toy
: to speak and break the charm." ; is not interesting to me until she is you, he said, closing his hand aver
.. .- ::=:1Xt::::: -- little fin Freddy had.
: When she saw that it was Rush, and 30, though I began to love you when you extended to 1.-o:"":
1 1not an apparition she blushed to the tips i were 25. Is this question of years the "it's quite a surprise to me."
Copyright by J. B. Lippincott Company, FhiLacelplua, ia.-: and Published bySpecial of her shell like ears, and said: :'! only obstacle in my way, Helen?"" "Here, I say," said the astute Freddr
Arrangement through the American Prss A.-.zoeiatioa.d significantly, "what's ? How
"I was thinking of you at that "very i ""it is:: insurmountable, said Helen, in up is it ja

.)14. .,." moment and when I looked up and saw a whisper, turning her head away. gin t down therewith them"

; 1 : you standing there before me my heart 'R i "My darling r And Rush's strong "Well, I coulon't have-that'fc,
Helen, but more frequently of Bessie : stood still, and I actually thought it wasa j t arms were around her in a second and there is some business for me."
CHAPTER XXHLRRIVED Archer. spirit and net real flesh and blood. i! her head was resting on his broad Freddy's eyelid went down like a tutu

in Bessie was getting to be more like her But how you have changed! You look ; shoulder. The long twilight shadows lay of a box.

London, the old self, and Archie began to hope, as older by years than you did when you : across the floor; but Rush saw only the "Exactly; just so," he said airily
I first thing she now had no crackbrained agitators went away." glory of the October sun as its rays fell ting his thumbs into his armholes "j.
t Rush did after on her visiting list. She had tried woodcarving "I am delighted to hear that for you 1 upon the face of her whom he had at last case is all over. mat my tutor's,jqj

: engag- and amateur photography as a used to torture me with remarks on my won after years of patient waiting. see, so please to remember that it 1

\wg lodgings pastime, and now she was amusing her- ,, youthful appearance," said Rush,leadingher THE END. possible for you to have seen me."

4 j ., was to call self by trying to hatch chickens with a to a chair and taking her vacant Glencore laughed cheerily. "AUrigb,*
upon his patent incubator. Rush was very gladto place on the hearth rug. THE RUNAWAYS he said; "you are quite safe with try
chief. He found hear this, for he had feared that Bes- "Did I? I am grieved to know that I but what on earth are you up to?"'
r Mr. Plummett in sie,in her craving for something that society was ever so rude as to make such per- This question seemed prompted by tb
:I' an amiable! frame could not give her, might fall again J sonal remarks; but I can never say anything I Ii The same year that Lady Jane Magnus sight of a nondescript dog cart jostled

Fd of mind and disposed into dangerous company. He did not of that sort again, for you certainly i. presented her beautiful daughter Adela, up to the door. "Are you all by jcc
to be very know her. The lesson she had learned look much more than two years older." Lord Glencore was the match of the sea self here?"

friendly. Rush learned afterwards that lasted her a lifetime.At "I cannot say that of you," said Rush; son. Just of age, of an old family, with "There's Harris, my old nurse, taj

t his chiefs good humor and accessibilityon the end of Rush's two years in Lon- "you look ten years youngero" vast possessions and a heavy rent roll, I Jim, her hwba:1d-our butler he used b
this occasion were a lucky accident. don Mr. Plummett sent for him to come "Don't tell me that; people always be- swelled by a long minority, the instant be-and Peggy. You know Peg, dart
i' At another time he might have been unapproachable over to Paris, where he was living in ; gin telling a woman how young she 1 the hawk like eye of Lady Jane fell on youT"Peg.

but on this particular great style. Rush crossed the channel, looks when they realize that she is no ''' the young peer- a thrill of joy assured: : No, I don't think I do."

afternoon something had happened toit and hurried on: to Paris to learn a pieceof longer voung.oIt is the first sign that her that there stood the husband Providence "I say" exclaimed Freddy "isn't it,
; put him in a good humor and Kosli got important news. The managing editor old age is creeping; oru But tell me what had provided for Adela. beastly-shame the way they always
the benefit of it. this means-why are home? I ; "You think it is all right, mother, do tj
you shun her
f it of The Dawn was getting too old to supPose to ? and she's just as goods
John Gaspar Pluminttt was a peculiar do his work satisfactorily, so Mr. Plummets your departure from London must you? Adela ventured to say, growing a anybody. Her father was niy tier'J

man. He was the son of a very able ; concluded to retire him on a pen- have been sudden, or you would have little uneasy when the end of the season eldest son, only he married his tar

I"'A' father,and had inherited a fortune and a sion and offer Rush tho vacant chair, let your friends know of the treat in drew near, and Lord Glencore had never daughter, and my lady set the goveracr
:: As a mail he had been store for them." addressed a single remark to her which
newspaper. young with a salary of ten thousand dollars., on to cut up rough about it. So the poor
.-J f.:- t"eryrlld,and at forty he was nut tamed i This the young editor was only too well ":tow please don't guy me, Miss could by any possibility bo construed into chap got the kick out and then hedia*;

1 to any great extent His exuberance of i j pleased to accept. Armed with his Knowlton," said Rush. "My departure :,! love and so did his wife and a jolly gee
:. spirits showed itself in ttiaeonductof his from the other side was sudden I didn't "Perfectly right, dear. The society
t chiefs orders, he returned to New York ; thing for me, too, or I would hare hit
,iL,. paper. He got up the wildest hchemes i! by the first steamer. None of his friends know until forty eight hours before I papers have coupled your names to- to sing small Only wait till I am caster

and generally carried them out with uo- i knew of his coming. He hadn't time to sailed that I was to come. The chief gether. An approaching marriage has though, and if they try it on w
cess thus making The Dawn the best J write and he thought it hardly worthwhile sent for me to meet him in Paris. There more than once been hinted at, and, as a Peggy then, I'll let them: know. Shed

t, known newspaper in America and the I to cable. The trip home was as he told ni3 ho wanted me to become matter of course, now wherever people older than I am, but all the sane,lasher :
best known American m.\\-iXlpt.. in Europe uneventful the bad : managing editor of The Dawn at once ask us he is asked." -
J as trip over been, butRush's ; uncle,and-I say you'll be heroncK
1 Plummett, without bem;; handsome ; sensations were immeasurably so I hurried back to New York by the "Well, but-" too, if you t:1Mryd6, and you're
was dLstinub tied first "Dear child, leave it to go
i very looking.He : different. steamer. you may me. ing to, Sill you."*
C had a tall aristocratic figure and bore : Before he had been sailing away from "Managing editor of The Dawn: You Don't you think so:* And an expression Lord Glencore blushed furiously asd
.' himself with a great deal of dignity. It take honors 1! of mild reproach was shot from the maternal
o Helen, now ho was sailing to her; and your coolly. That is aa fine Freddy, taking silence for consent,added
.t...1i\. : would bo impossible% for a stranger to''I when the vessel reached quarantine he a position as a journalist: could have I ee.hDJ you fancy that if I saw i with a snort of supreme content, "ItOu

( pass him in the street without turning made a rough calculation to see if he congratulate you; Lit I am not sur the slighest shadow uncertainty I jolly good thing for her I ain't
around and saying to: his if From the should Sir Jooelyn's invitation for yonCatch
t, companion would not gain time by swimming prised. way I heard people accept me marrying Adda: Oh *,
ho happened to have one"ho is that ashore. He concluded, however, that peak of your work in London, I was Goodwood, knowing that Glencore won'tbe I rather:

distinguished looking man?*" He was he would be taken for a thief or a lunatic .. prepared for anythbgo""Peope there Not desirous of pursuinthistopicfWCher

very particular about his dreg. and had if he gave way to any such impulse, were very kind to speak well "Won't he? Why, where is he go- Lord Glencoro put a rt1 a style cf his own that his friends tried and remained of work. If lug?
so quietly on board until my they only !known "'You're not going to drive that," to
to imitate; but,as few had such a figure the vessel arrived at her dock. Againbe 0 my incentive, however, they would have : "Nowhere; ascertained: that, -OUIna'" said, nodding toward the horse, a oca
the imitation was not successful. People had to restrain himself, for he wantedto wondered why I didn't do better.: But be sure. He is obliged to remain in town vicious looking "are "*

who knew Plummett slightly fancies drive direct to Helen's house from the i enough about me; tell me about yourself; There'll not be a soul left for him to speak "Why not? He's screw a real you good one to I
that his wild schemes were without Instead that is much to. Some business with his lawyer he
i steamer. he drove to the Brevoort ; a more interesting subject. Come in and it's
go. see us start; vapid
method and that he was a haruun-car- which was his headquarters for : You looked sad as I entered, and you said-and said it in a very pointed way, fun. We'd a regular crowd round TB,
um sort of fellow who did d-\erythmg some time to come. New York had breathed a deep sigh. Has anything too." yesterday. else but croak
Any one Peg
hit or miss, and who-e bu intc was at never looked so attractive to him as it I gone wrong? I wish you would make "Stammering and getting fiery red," have been frightened to death**
loose ends.. On the contr.1ljhe always j did on this October morning. Ho saw : mo your confidant; you must know that I 1 said the would be fiance disdainfully Incited by curiosity Lord Glencor
t knew what he was about, and he had Jane shook her head. "Never
I along plainly enough where it fell short of : 1 would not only share any of your obeyed Freddy's invitation
j head for business. !1 London grandeur; but there was a troubles, but take the burden of them mind -the manner; it is the meaning "We keep all the front well shut"
t Although he was seldom'in New York homelike look about the place that was upon my own shoulders most cheerfully** are concerned in. He joins us immedi-
Freddy, as he marshaled his to
1 he watched his papercarefully and knew grateful to who load A troubled ately after at Thorndean. There way
1 very a man been expression passed oer'. you a den at the far end of the ballPassing
who wrote every article in it. He had away for two years. Even the strangers Helen's face, and yet with it there was a will see that everything will be satisfactorily the narrow
stairs he vent to *
been looking closely after Rush ever i in the streets looked like old fntnds.I little twinkle in her eye as though some- arranged. Lady Somerton has gave

IF since he came upon the paper, and was ( Rush had learned from a daily paper, ,: thing amusing had happened. such a happy way of letting young people shrill which whistle might answered have been by taken a sim.iI&rone
r1 I very much pleased with his work. When : brought on board the steamer by the i, "I saw Mr. Hastings* leaving your dooras be thrown together, and from the echo.

.i : he found that his London: office was not i pilot that the opera season would not I entered. Had you said anything to first I have seemed to bo very much "Ain't you ready?" was piped upfroo:
managed as he thought it should be, hQ ;, begin for a fortnight, so he knew thatHelen's ; make him very happy-or very unhappy? guided by her." below.
at once made his mind that Rush i Adela embraced her mother withgraceful
time would be His face
j comparatively unj j I wore a most peculiar expres-: "
"Coming, answered sold
a girl's ;
was the man to reorganize it. And he effusion.
J He also sion. '
employed. saw by the same and at the same instant with the'word
proved to be right. In a general way he I i paper that "our distinguished prima : "I don't know whether he was happy :. "How c1et'erou- are:** she said admiringly down the flight of stairs, flop on tl*:
told Rush what he would like to see donna, Miss Helen Knowlton," had arrived -; or unhappy in his mind. The only sensation ; "t'ouha. e managed beautifully mat tifr!
ii t* done, but he did not give very minute in town from: Saratoga, and was 1 he expressed before me was one of .: for I did want to enjoy Goodwoodfree. cloud camo of dust a figure sent which Lord, through Glenccrf

t: instructions as he wanted to sea whatdie I occupying "her charming little house in j i i surprise." And she smiled at the thought. When I am a countess, mamma surmised must be Peggy.up.
young man would do if left; to him- West Twentieth street. He first sent a "You will forgive me if I ask, you a : it shall be very nice for you." "rm so sorry. I thought it was ash

eelf. Having bad charge of the foreign j j' telegram to his mother, telling her that .: question point blank. I have a feeling IL Freddy r- and then better able to ef

i, .r department In New York, Rush knew its I he had arrived, and then he set about that Mr. Hastings made a proposal of C r Goodwood week had left who stood there, she gave vent to sa
ahortoomingsand had a plan mapped out j unpacking his trunks and preparing to '! marriage to you this afternoon. Am Iribght" ,o London wonderfully empty. You did agonized "Oh Lord GlencoreP W*
r I for its improvement. This he laid before call upon Helen. He divested himself ofi said Rush, as quietly as a man ,, not meet a soul you knew. seemed unable to say more.

Mr. Plummett It won his instant ap- I i his traveling clothes, and after a refresh- could when very much excited. ,I I Lord Glencore repeated this fact to Freddy, who was enjoying her coo-
proraL I l ing bath, arrayed himself in the lat.,;tI !1 "Mr. Hurlstone," said Helen rising, : himself most cheerily as he walked along: fusion to the full here burst in with!

H t Rush thoroughly disliked the systemof I I style of English afternoon dress, and "you forget yourself. Your question is Piccadilly with a heart and step as light "Don't mind him: he's sauare. enoi !..
interviewing"* carried on as it had j sallied forth. Before he started out he '! impertinent." asa bird's.. ain't you?" -

been up to this time; but he saw opportunities looked at himself in the long mirror in i i "No, it is not impertinent No man It seems an impossible circumstance o I "Certainly lain" and then turning t)
his room and congratulated himself that i who loves a woman as I love would i 1 that stalwart ,
for making it a great feature.To ,j you a young giant, standing Peggy he.said "Fve never had tbr
run after every fifth class actress before j he appeared at least ten years older than ,! ask her an impertinent question. I must over six feet in his stockings, his own I I pleasure of seeing you here have F*
I she had fairly landed in New York i' when he left. The reason for this was bo answered once and for all. Everyone : master, able to do what he liked and go' I "No."
= largely attributable to the Vandyke ; are engaged to Mr. Hast- where he
Amer.4i imposing says you chose, should be in abject'I "But you've seen him havent J&*
ica was disgusting to him; but to get a beard and mustache he had grown i: ings. Is it truer thralldom to a plain little middle aged Peg? And once don't remember
'f statesman to talk upon an important during 1 his absence which not only made 1 i: Rush's heart beat so hard and fast that woman who was bent on compelling I! when the door opened and you I scuttled cflj

: subject or to get personal memoirs from him look older but were exceedingly: be- it almost choked him. His eyes were him to marry her daughter. "And I I j and your frock caught and tumbl
l i distinguished men of letters, he believed i coming.. i! fixed intently upon Helen's, as though feel as if I should be made to do it, i I down? Oh, I say, what a gamel Ik ***
was not only interesting but a legitimate i Arrived in sight: of Helen's house, t j he would read every thought that passed .: too," poor Glencore had said of late, t[ a shave we weren't caught that time"
: branch of journalism. His brightness Rush felt his heart beating like a trip > through;: her brain. She hesitated a mo- driven into his last corner by the congratulation i I Poor Peggy's face like beet rtdI -
was a
4 and hammer: but it almost stood still when ment before answering him: ; and then of all I
sincerity of purpose made him air Lady Jane's friends, "There wasn't to see,"*2**'
I anything
great many friends among the public he got to within twenty feet of the door, she said, slowly, in a low, soft voice: to say nothing of these horrid paragraphs said to Lord Glencore "&
r men of England, and he succeeded in : for there, slowly coming down the front 'j "No, I am not engaged to Mr. Hast- : in those horrid papers, some of which ,: really wasn't for that, reassuringly.looked bat li -
we ,
steps, was the hated West Hastings, j ings. I have never been: had far
S' getting some important interviews out of engaged to gone so as to mention an early I was so curious to know what "
?. Hastings was so much occupied with him, and I never shall be." date i, you
them. In the matter of foreign news he : being fixed "for the marriage of a like," and she gesticulated violently **
: I kept The Dawn hours ahead of any other i his own thoughts that he did not see : "Then,Helen," said Rush, taking her lovely debutante of this season: and a : Freddy behind Lord Glencore's h1ck'That's .
| Rush. The expression on his face ; hand, "will listen to ? I earl ,I
New York paper and everybody interested I was you me have young recently of age, whoeo an- the hannT responded 6:*
in newspaper work said that Rush one of undisguised surprise. He looked loved you devotedly for five years-ever cestors came over with the Conquerer." j *
.,. t Hurlstone was a journalist of mark. (: as though it were impossible for him to .I, since my eyes first saw your beautiful If he could but pluck up to : do young the man.tulatit'elj.. "Yef
courage if off
For two years Rush stayed in London. : believe what had happened; but whether ; face. I have had no thought but of you say he did not mean anything, never j'j' a cock same loft of you were packed wouldn't fajj<*

:, Two busy years they were. In all this ,I he could not realize. his good fortune or during all these years. I did not tell had meant anything, never meant to ':' a garret J
time he had not seen Helen, but he had i, his bad Rush was unable to decide. He' you of my love, because I believed that mean anything-that he was quite happy her-stir'
made up his mind, however, that he : were not to be taken he '(I
beard from her occasionally. She did : you by storm-at as was-that he never intended to "Xo irk
not hesitate to tell him that she missed ,; would know before he left Helen's house, least not by rne, who at that time could : marry any one-what would he not give! I'I out of,the Freddy no of, his Lord Glencore her 5i'
+ T him, but she did not tell him how much I and end the suspense he had been living ; be nothing more to you than a boyish ac- Full of a wild scheme which had lately and corner eyessaw:
hoping to conversaWV
: I: she wished that he was back in New I ia for the past five years. He had had i; quaintance. But I lived every day of come to him: that he would run off to he said: change the
York. If Rush had 'I no such my life with the one end in view. You some far distant
I planned his absenceas thought when he left the : country he was map- Tm afraid Tci moving loss t *
a ruse he could not have planned a i! hotel, but the sight of West Hastings : are to me life, and love, and everything I ping out the details as he walked along, best of the day. I came in you to see J1
more successful one. The man who invented i! aroused all the jealousy in his na- that there is in the world. If you will 1 so occupied that he forgot how far he start." Perhaps fathomed>tj*
the "Out i tote and made him be my wife will have lover for had come, until within
proverb of sight, out of fully alive to' you a a a sudden start he kind effort, for she looked at him fcW
., mind" didn't know what he was talking '!i the fact that he was occupying avery I husband to the end of your days. If you pulled himself up. He was passing the for the first time.
about "Out of uncertain i say no to me, God help met! I Albert Hall close that
sight never out of' position. His mind ; am: not to pleasant row of "Yes!" and she him a little w
mind" would be nearer the truth. Helen was now fixed and he rang the door bell i i man enough to bear such a blow quietly. ', houses in one of which lived Lady Jane. smile; "did you2" gave

ft had never thought so much of Rush as with such a determined pull that the liti i But you will not say no, Helen-you : The knowledge that he could walk "It's pleasant drive out **

a, b i v during his absence. I can't say that he tie bell tinkled for several minutes, and I!i cannot say no to a nan who adores you, boldly by and fling a look of defiance at town, now.very Where are a going?*
thought more of her for I do not see the old man servant who had been so i I t who worships you, who lives only for :' the and closed shutter "To Richmond park "you.answered IioM
t how that would have been possible. long attached to Helen's service forgot ;j' you. I must know; I cannot live any ,, as he had done the day before, sent Irrepressible Freddy. ,"Would you Ji1r

+ w Helen's life was a busy one too; but still I his dignity for once and came running : longer in suspense. Helen darling- : a thrill of satisfaction through the young to go? Well take there's heaps!
r I (: she missed Rush almost as much 33'' to the door. He was as much pleased as i will you be my wile?" : man. He drew himself up and turned room behind. Why-why you; shonIdn'p;;;.

though she had been an idle woman. surprised to see Rush, and ushered him i| Rush pOke every word slowly, and i his head to-when, oh, agony! exactly This was evidently in answer to sr
He was not a man to be taken out of a unannounced into the drawing room, j! with an intensity that there was no mis- as he was opposite to it the door opened pantomime from,Peggy.

;i t young woman's life and not be missed. where Helen was standing, apparently taking. Helen stood pale as death before 1 and voice called out "Glencore |I "You don't want me-would rstner **
Rush heard occasionally from Archie lost in thought before the wood fire that I' him.again a voice scarcely audible,said: j "Freddy! Is it you" Lord Glencore t'I didn't goTLord
3 i who sometimes of crackled on the hearth. Indeed she "It cannot be! it cannot ber! managed to ho
TiUin halt, spoke ,was _. say was addressed ._ Glencore had turned su dld
1 I by &weasel faced young gentleman bei f i

!j, P''
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askuig -ll quesliori of to think 67 It," and lire-great"
\ maanJrnS -r'r thought were too ,
always san
vo- she turned on Glencore indig-
the young gL sparkled guine," said Adda, ready to vent her displeasure Our Next FeatureWILL
"Oh,no; it isn't that, only I'm fraf' d"- nantly.loved "Why, do you think unless I on everybody. "I don't believe Story

Peggy stopped and blushed fug somebody dearly, Fd marry him to he ever wanted to marry me, only
s ad here please
h Glencore did grandmamma Never! She knows would have it he did."
, For a wonder note that as well as I do. She ill you BE A SERIES OF SIX
may Lady Jane went to London, was absenta
tbe.complaint. me, but she can't
tcb make me do what Iwon't
week and then returned sadder but
1t said: "But do let me: it's what I ; I'd die rather. Shall I tell
ha you not a wiser woman. Not a trace could
should BO enjoy. what I mean to do-sho has speaking she find of Glencore not a word had she
There was an instant's pause,and then very fast and excitedly-"I mean to run heard of him.

1t all began laughing; and good feljoJrehip away. You'll promise not to tell anyone, "And Peggy?"said Adda; "wliat about
I they being thus established, some won?you? I mean to go very B0on now her?" .L71VeIettesT I II
-if I before
can, they come home. Other
, minutes later the three, LordGlcnCOI' girls their "Not a syllable. She had been gone a
twenty behind, Freddy driving and earn own livings, so why week and more before Harris wrote to
shouldn't I? Tm not stupid, and I'm
his side vero on tho road to me. It seems, however,a planned thing I
Peggy by awfulllstrong. She had had it in her mind at least a
1 ffochmond. i you go? i"V ,
ill ,I "Oh, I know, but that I don't mean to year."I wonder," said Adda, "will ho ever I .'j':m1. f.

It might bo tedious to retail all tho tell. Perhaps I oughtn't to have said a turn up again?" Her thoughts! had re ). BY POPULAR AUTHORS
that fell from tho lips of tho trio as word about it to you, but it slipped out, verted to Lord Glencore."Of I I ,
folly and you won't betray me,will ? Most "
Freddy's guidance they pursued you course he will, said Lady Jane ,
r coder of auvdont breathe a word to Adda she
; I "and must
decidedly we the
Their united did not ; profit bv .
years hates --
their way. me, and-well, there's dis-
no use lesson have learned from him. Now
the sober ago of CO, and they guising it-I hate her. When we r41'l C Illustrated Miranda.
Bake up you'remarried my, dear, go off and tell Stevens to cometo t ;; Finely by
of out for
had the spirits schoolboys a to her"- me. I have a trying; ordeal before mo
Lord Glencore had never felt "Which I never shall be rr \
holiday. I Interrupted to answer all the questions that the people
il so much at his case before; none of those I Lord Glencoro decidedly. Peggy faced here will put. I heard them in fits of We have the American
just arranged through
round and looked her ,
who in society knew him would have surprise at him. laughter over their afternoon tea. I

. recognized him as the same shy individual "Don't look like that at me"," ho said begged Lady Somerton to excuse me un- Press Association, for the early appearance in this
, The hours flew like minutes. It hastily; "I mean what I say. til inner. -I really didn't feel as if I
"You do? Oh, I am aw unv60rry." of the short stories
o'clock when they thought it 8 could face them then. Ah, Adda andLady paper following :
vas 5 ; "For-her or for xneT Jane her"head
: nodded mournfully,
asd then to have looked at the time "I don't think I was thinking of eitherof
I "perhaps some day, when have
3.i would not have occurred to anybody, you. It was for myself-there's so daughters of own, you know. I
your you may
3.I only that Peggy, heaving a tremendous few ever care to be kind to me." Talk of martyrs! You have only to lookat r\1i1s\ Smith of Lon filains. THE HERALD OF FATK

sigh had supposed it would soon be time And you think I should ber mothers." L _

to think of returning home. Peggy didn't trust herself to speak, That evening, when Lady Jane joinedthe
but her head nodded assent.* BY RHODA BROUGHTON. BY CHARL33 DWIGHT WH.LARD.
guests assembled in the
The horse that was so good at going, drawing
) hare omitted to state, had, at a certain "Let me tell a secret to you, Peggy"ho room, she noticed that every one looked;;
t we quite unconsciously called her byname at her with an air of inquiry. It had

small hostelry, "Gcc and Compass" "Do" you know that I mean to run been agreed,at the request of the hostess, V.. Mistress Dorothy's Ghost.

nine, shown signs of rebellion. Stir away to? that not a word on the subject uppermost
"Youl""Yes in the minds of all of them shouldbe
1 from that door he would not, and Lord
had ; only I want somebody to run mentioned until after dinner. Poor
to cut short the difficulty,
Glencore. that they should leavo the away with" me. Can you guess why Lady Jane, sitting in a fool's paradise, rr f,, 1.i ,
proposed "No.
lI actually fancied the object of her absence
IS. brute there to get a feed while they took "Somebody I've seen today." I had lost its interest to everybody.

a stroll In the park. "Today Alas! a mine was about to explode, and I L
3r Returning from this walk they passedthe I The eyes of each looked into the other's I Lady :Somerton: nettled at the want of

"Star and Garter." questioningly. confidence shown, was the one to set Vie

. "I say, a dinner in there wouldn't 1* "Can't you guesa who?" I match. Advancing to the comfortable hM i 1hlf
I half bad fun," said Freddy. Lord Glencore's) voice came tremu- I armchair in which, the ladies having returned r'l

1 "Oh, I don't think so," said Glencore. lously, I to the drawing room, her burning
"Oh,you know, he said"I see you do. guest was reclining, she said:
"'Why, have you ever been there? "MeP spoke the word
breathlessly. I "Of course, dear Lady Jane you have 11i
zI "Yes I dined there twice this season. "Yes, you. Yet will go, won't you? I. seen the announcement in The Times of i
zI with Lady Jane and your sister." You've no one to :are for you, and I've today?" .

And a chill ran through the young manas no one to care f o/ me. Why shouldn'twe I "No, indeed; I waited until I got hereto

, he recalled the dreariness of those : care for each other? I'd try and mako look at the paper," and she stretched II -. 1 : 'a

*>lemn ordeals. II you happy, and I'd certainly be good to i out her hand font languidly. Anything c sD .

"Oh!"said Freddy,drawing in his backas you, and in time you might get to-well i of interest j.
1 if about to succumb while Peggy to like me, you know." : "To you,yes,of great interest, I should
1 "In time? Why, I like you now." I say. Listen. 'On tho 12th of September,
burst out laughing.A "You do? Oh. Peggy at St. Simon's church, Battlesea, Peggy,
1 bright inspiration came suddenly to only child of the late Wynford Magnus,

Olencore Esq., to Harold William, tenth earl of
"I sayl I what's with you two? It
up "
. "Why shouldn't we stop here now, he whose Glencore.
was Freddy speaking'-'Freddy,
acid, have dinner, and go home after?" existence they had forgotten, but Adda gave a bound.
... and to standstill very Peggy!P she sheked.HMotherP Oh! Under False Pretenses. .a
Freddy Peggy came a who, in common with all sleepers,awoke f
But Jane
absolutely dumb with the brilliancy of ., at the very moment he was notwanted Lady interrupted her. Witha ,
effort the modern t wf
I supreme martyr rose
the proposition."that's to.
tt what we'll do," continued the I "What do you think said Glencore to the occasion.: BY RETT WINWOOD.DETECTIVEDOYNEY.. ,
enthusiastic Glencore; and he made as if I I in a whisper; had we better tell him?" :I "Be calm, dear child, she said. See .'
to turn in at the door, but Peggy stopped I: "Yes said Peggy; "up to now my I what your coldness has driven him to. / ) Kr--
I I However fellow
) i only friend has been Freddy." poor spite of his disappointment -
I %
I he
him."I determined
1 don't think wo can" as she lookedat I i So Freddy, thoroughly wide awakenow was ," it .
, Freddy significantly. I was desired to lean forward, and. seems, to marry one of tho famULongman's ,. _
"No." came the answer a trifle crest- I I between them the two conveyed what it Magazine ___ .
fallen. "I expect they wouldn't stand I! was their intention to do. I
r tick in there" was added by way of ex- :. "I say, what a chouse for Addal"! 'Mrs.' Smith of Lon lllains.I

planation. !1 roared Freddy delightedly; "but here" I I THESE STORIES ARE OF VARYING LENGTHS-NONE
. "That isn't of any consequence to i you know, you'll have to marry Peggy. '."
you,"exclaimed Glencore. "it's as my i "Certainly: of course, that's what we I I OF THEM LONG.

guests I invite you. Think how many mean to do." II .
3.i 1 Ej
times your mother has entertained me. "Do we? said Peggy "oh my I why ,

"Oh, I am not proud," laughed tho de- : never thought of that"IJ' i'
r lighted Freddy. "Isn't this first rate : "Didn't you?" said Freddy, assumingthe ; Do Not Fail to Read Them!
. Pe& Come cn." air of a Mentor, "but I aid though. SCENE LIT I

But Peggy still hesitated. You must be Lady Glencore before I see tl! _
J "1 don't know whether I ought the last of you" rR; WAS a bitter

whether it's quite right with you.'? andthough "But, Freddy, think of grandmamma; January morning -
her face was turned to both, her you would get into the most awful I a morning

,t eyes were fixed on Glencore. trouble. No, it would never do. that obviously BARGAINS I BARGAINS J 11 J
. "And I your uncle that is," exclaimed "Stuff and rubbish!P and Freddy snapped I i was not going to
t his "what, I should like to
Freddy "and he going to bo. Shut up fingers: / mend into a tolerable -
1 do. know, can a couple of women do? Besides t i

r And, considering this speech to be Fin not going to blab on myself- I day, hut -------
conclusive, Freddy cut short further dis- never fear. How can I help it if, while II had every intention -

. CMsioa by at onco turning into the hotel I am ruralizing with my tutor,you chooseto t t of increasing Best of Goods.
bolt with (Ctlencorer?" into an intolerable -
r IV. -----

Well, if any dinner ever was a success V. L one. The

3I that one was. What they had or how Arrived at Thorndean, happy and unsuspecting -I state of the

the courses came not one of them knew, Lady Jane and her daughter l -t1' 1 weather was rerenough r
wt, to quote Freddy, everything was waited for Lord Glencore in vain. Evento '' haps to
Al. Freddy magnanimously insisted the "dear Ladv Somerton" not a line account for that

. that going homo ne would sit behind had come from h1m. As every ono said "V of my appearance .0
. ando leave tho ribbons to be handled by it was so strange, so incomprehensible."You L. as to the ,
!encore. don't think anything could have
condition -
3. The clock struck 9 before they were I happened to him, Lady Jane 1 0o
r fairly off, and then, Peggy exclaiming With a brave spirit worthy of a better ot which the chorus of comments
Utile lateness of tho hour;lencore said: I woman Lady Jane answered that she from three overtruthful daughters could
"But it won't matter much, will it?' did not feel anxious in the least. Lord not and lid not leave me in doubt for a o

"No. said Peggy, a trifle bitterly. Glencore had spoken to her of havingseveral moment after my entering the breakfast

., "Hams knows I'll look after Freddy, most important things to settle, | room. =

aid there's no one to bother about whatbecomes and naturally at times such as these- ; "Ilow wretched you look!I" said Alice,
rrI of me." Lady Jane was forced into little vagueness i; the eldest.
rri "You have neither father nor mother, of speech-a thousand things cropped ;1 .
hive your up which one had never dreamedof !I "You are in for one of your bad colds

Glencore put the question gently, and, before. Still her heart began to have said Ruth, the second. I.-
not waiting for her answer, went on to I misgivings, and her courage to sink a {| "You have been writing upstairs in a
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. tell ber that he too had lost his parents little lower, when all was revived by a | room without a fire, as we forbid you to --

*aen a child and was, liko her lonely I paragraph in one of the papers informing I' do," said Susan, the youngest and most

.t t *ith no one to care for him. I all whom it did not concern that f tyrannous. .
"Yes," she said, "but you'ro a man I Messrs. Bullion & Gold had been In- ,! ,: Boots Shoes and Gents'Furnishing
: I made no sort of answer to these com-
r pith Jots of money, and I'm poor anddfPendcnt I trusted with the family jewels by
, : and then it's horrid to be a Glencore with the view of ascertaining..! pliments, but walked up to the lire, and j I

fI f- P"- Ever since I can remember Pvefcfcttd I which had best be reset to suit their future :: stood holding my hands to the blaze..

,, nothing else but all I owe to lovely owner. !i 1 "Do not play us the same trick that

i 1.'.. eTtT"body] as if it was my fault that I "Addal! Lady Jane signaled to her i': you did last year," said Alice setting a
aTe anything to them. I can't help daughter to follow her, and in her own ;chair close to the fender for me, *'andfall Goods
" ha f been born. Hero I am and until I room she pointed out the notice. I ill on the eve of the bachelors' ball!" '

.). !die hero I must stay. No, dependent, "Mother Oh, I am so glad. I kept "No." added Ruth, laughing, "we boreit
" tbOU_h. I've onlv waited to be taught on thinking of those jewels. Everybody j
I Iethlnb. in but draw the line at
tJ t ** Tve had<< to owe that much ; says the diamonds are more than lovely." :: second once timer"You a way, we Ai; COST & B ;LO-v'V. _
'andmunm."L" I "It's more than a fortnight now, said a

,1s s<,' .Lord Glencore remained silent, and I Adela, discontentedly. would not palm ua off again
ykfcing that probably her troubles were | Ladv Jane sighed. "There seems to upon Lady Brown, would you?" asked

I J* no interest to him Peggy changedwe be nothing else"for me than worry." Susan, coaxingly, kneeling down on the I am Selling for my Father, the Assigneeof
the Directing his attention to I "What more? beside and to rub
me, beginning one
; rug
IndF,now silently Bleeping, she mann I "Oh, well, I didn't want to bother you, ,of my cold hands between her two warm Jacob Birnbanm, his Entire SPLENDID
1 I
ae'e to tho lad into a more and if everything else was going right
up I
,4J., ortnLle prop position, and assented tD: .' shouldn't let this trouble me. It s a letterI : ones. "You would not intrust your little STOCK, at the old Birnbaum stand in Titus-
Lord Cl encore's remark that he did not had from Harris. She says that Peggy, 'ones to an old monster who eats supper

**sa like the rest of the family.Then I if you please, has chosen to run away : until she cannot see, and then snatches ville.

- silence fell on them, and for a ; from home. Harris hopes I won't worry ,; them away just as the real fun is begin- .
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tn2 not word was spoken. Suddenly, myself, or blame her, as the young lady : Sling."

*$_if from out of what she was think-I has had it in her mind for some time. j jThat's "It is very odd," said 1, with a somewhat OOMIDE2: AND SEE TJS,

.Peggy said abruptly: I gratitude you know-after all I've sarcastic "how solicitousyou
Ir I .Ao'' you very much in love with I: done.Tm for sure her.I"should let her be. She'llnever ;' girls always grow about my health And you shall not go off without a chancefor

nlL"Butyou'ro to good end. that girL !IHa1"CD't 'at this time of year. I might be moribundall
" 11! I'm not In love with her ot come any
4I herr II I always said sol"I through Lent without any of you perceiving -
goinj?to marry
I Who Bays I ant. "My dear,"said Lady Jane, "I must po .
"may everybody; and grandmamma, I to town. I dare say Lady Somerton will !( "I think wo are very kind to you all
I ,means you to." I IftftJ guess why, although I shall invent some I the year round," returned Sue, givingmy We mean to Sell these Goods, includinga

I ICe, and that makes you think it reason to give her. 1 fear I was indiscreet j hand, which she still chafed in her Choice'CIG-ARS

oertalnr't I I in losing sight of this young man. own, a rather rebuking pat. "It is very Lot of and TOBACCO, in
laughed contemptuously. "It But don't despair; nothing beyond rem-I
carping of you to notice it if wo are a short order. #
mako it certain with me, she ; edy. If I can only find out where he is, ----- ,

said* 'bat men seem different; what she j j rest assured this will never happen ntimid on Page G. JOBN' c. JONES, FOR ASSIGNEE.

they do. _Oh,' I haven't patience again. .




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: THE FLORIDA STAR. i: The question of constitutional prohibition CountCownllss1one...*' 3Ieetiii Sure Death to the Red gpfder. Hem's This !

; of the liquor traffic was submitted ?. The following letter appears in the "'e ff One hundred Dollars 2-w

PUBLISHED EVEKY THCFwD.\Y. to the: people; of two States last week, The usual monthly meeting of Bre'ardCQunty West Hillsborough Thai*. It 1 is i interest for any cae of Catarrh that ca.T"-f: :
cured by taking lIar) CoiJ1 *
Pennsylvania and Rhode Island and by Commissioners was held Monday. ing. But what is Glubo. and if so efficacious Catarrh
ELLIS B. WAGER Errit3r l and PflliMer. F. J. CHENEY & Co.. Prop-! _, Toledo: ; ,
both rejected. The exact figures have the following members being present why is it not generally introduced We. the undersigned; have ono.:1

t >I.oO per Annum. cot a* ye: been published but in both R. Morrow. J. 31. Sanders, A. J. Carter, and thoroughly advertised Will someone T. Cheney for the last: 15 Y ear:. :tD4J"

-4 P. A. McMillan and C. E. Chafee, withA. after reading the letter, tell u- more liege transactions him perfectly and honjriie :h auI) tp,,
Entfrcl at the Pot Ofitt at Titvtrillea* prohibitory ness naneiaU\! tie:
SUJnd-Clait JI ttcr. j A. Stewart, clerk : J. P. Blake. dept about itWhen?
1! cisive.i RL ..l ie Island has had two year ty-clerk! ; and J. E. Bosnian, sheriif. tbe red spider first lane its ao-- firm -

of prohibhi=-n. and under the declaration the I had hand at WEST &! TILX.'rht. ):>s.l- Dr!>:;,..
THE STAR i i' the OFFICIAL newspaper. The minutes of la-t meeting were pearance on trees. on Toledo. O. *- *

Y for Brevard countv. of l last week the amendment formerly! read and approved! whereupon:: my trove near St. Petersburg: some i, ""ALDL'\G. KIXNAX cv [AIM) \1.J

; adopted is repealed.: In Pennsylvania The Board proceeded to organize and Glubo. I at once tried it. and found it. sale DruzsUts;: Toleuo.: O. *"
The Star hn* the Largest circulation !' E. H. VAN HOESEN.
> of on the East coast of Fla. the large majority: against prohibition is elect a chairman for the ensuing< two wa* death to these in ec:- : and after two Ca-Litr 'f"e'h: } J..
any paper tional Bank. Toledo.! O.
in a great mea-ure due to the high-license: year Robert Morrow was unanimously weeks' trial I find that they do not attack Hail's Catarrh Cure i is taWu: iueii.a"t

.\ ; ju.tRE: 1, one inch in pace; 24 squaresmate law. which Labeen in force in that elected chairman for the above term. again a leaf that has once been : acting directly upon the blu<...J ant jjcus :;-

I a column. of the Editor State for about one year and which has The Board then proceeded to further sprayed with it. Of course in order to surfaces of the system. Prime T
F4-ral'erti-inrateenquire bottle. Sold all Dru
awayenclosing a two cent stamp. had the e5Vc: of re<1ucingery considerably business. rid the grove of these insects it will require per -_by._-- -;;Uis. jjA .

the number in the State i Nasal: Injrctcr fret x.h' _:. ..
1st. On motion it was< ordered that spraying several time, as it = impossible .l :: '
)[O..lrITOES are so plentiful in Chicago and i the of the various t Catarrh Y. mt'Jr. Pntt.t-_: ; : [,= t.
j increasing revenues: the petition of T. K. Dixon. C. Ham to reach every leaf at one spray Gay Titusvule, Ha.

'r 1: that a couple of lovers sitting on the municipalities has not materially mond.! D. R. Johnson and other for a in;. Tnis should be done at intervals oat f -- -- .
of residence on Wabash avenue For J>jfpepu and Lirtr C.:.:>_; :.j.pnateJ .:.t -,
Lack tep? a reduced the consumption of liquor in public road from the county road to Indian :but a week : but the greater portion of f uara&tee oa tvcry t- :::- : ":' _t.}t"t

\ were bittenhowever the Mate. Thais point in the River be laid over to the next meetingfor the damage will be arrested after the first .Garr lizer.. Tlnnll.e It tear, Fa.luli to cure.i : '..u I/'

ute :: ; whole temperance aitatitm-the reduction ____-h _
t t further information from said peti- ,, spraying. ,
in fact they didn't know they had received -\ of the consumption of strong and tioners. ,\' There are several remedies thai will A Letter From Capt. B. .1. Cirri.

a bite until an. hour after. 1 I ITOMORROW intoxicating liquors. The effect of the ?nd. On motion it was ordered that kill these insects, but I think Glubo combines 1 take pleasure in tr-titvin.; :

there will be an alteration ':i sale of liquor is the same:; : whether ten the report of J. T. and G. B. ?uell EauGallie r qualities that make the best in it* of Tetterine, the SUI'CArt" : r stis ::

i. .1 r For the thirteen 'j i men become intoxicated at ten different saying they had marked and laid use. It i* an excellent fertilizer for the :I ease I had been attiictol! w nn ifKtrmy f
in our national flag. past face and for
body: yearan 1 itsevery
t saloons or whether they all become the road District No. be tree-nothing i is better cleanse the a--tI1
J the American flag has contained out in \ accepted to : remedy: I could hear I.i r-::.: 'nitiea>'
;j. but year thirty-eight stars but in accordance j'; drunken at vne and it dies not follow and placed on file. ,( bark of the tree or invigorate it if hides : fur skin diseases. u-ith..u: .icr.vmg: : '-it:

I : that a slight reduction; in the number of 3rd. On motion it orbs ordered that bound. slightest benefit until I w.- i in in rj t-, Cht
order Secretary Tracy
I with a recent by North and i, saloons which usually the result of : Arthur Saeger. Wm. Richards and L. i! It comes in barrels of 5 XJ pound each, few Tetterine. and to my great. -ai.':..cms ,
contain made
will forty-two.
it applications a rWUtI."l.
I {
,. ti
) South Dakota, Montana and Washington I I high license, will result inalessconsumption Lucas be appointed road commissioner i, and i is sold by Noplit & Co., of this place, I know of a number of other I..a- itltzt i:

I the additional four star* will represent. I i of intoxicating liquors. In fact, we in District Xo. 9, David Stewart in District i at $.3.2.5:; per par reI. It should be Used by ',. has' been equally a.* successful.Your .
I do not knew that it :::0> claimed by anyone : I *. very truly.I .
'I 3. and S. Hitching and D. mixing thoroughly. to 00 pound with ;
'II I I CAPT. B. Al l IFS 1.ts.Tit'v .
t that : !license decrease i in
high causes a
in District No. 7 kerosene barrel of and
TilE ordinary method of Livingston ,j a water. sprayed \i ;;],.. F 14

If burning off old paint is hardly expedi-I I the amoun-of liquor used: a, a beverage. !>, 4th. On motion it was ordered that P. i j Ion E the leaves in a fine spray. i jf cents a box at Dr. J. D. ....'r ren.
f Four States have far this voted. I Drug Store and dealer gt'nt'ral: ,
so year : '
tious enough for general purposes and i is I constitn.tional A. McMillan be appointed a committee i I Very R spectfu.HJ,
.j; the !
J I upon question of prohibition of call the Road Commissionersin A. P. K. j I "
also laborious. Soda and quicklime are I one to on \FFORD. j jHumorous. "
"n kctt&ck a last sad f
: irtt. ;e:Suzy
far more thorough. The solution of half !I -New Ham,-hire, Massachusetts District No. 7, instructing them to I I Price: 25 and i-j cent*. Soli bj !;. !..r S Gnj.
1! TimeviJJe. Fl
I Pennsylvania: and Rhode Island
clear around the in their district .
of each is thus made: Dissolve the soda bridges I I I -

in water, and then add the lime, and apply and in all the idea ha been defeated by ; to prevent their destruction by fire. Michigan must be an awful state. A !1shiloL's Cure will mniedutcly r...*TI '
majorities so large as to !leave little -! i( Whoopin Cough and Bro chits. S- :.ui :1 trc ,K
with a brush to the old paint, which question j 5th. On motion it was ordered that It man in Port Huron has just sold the city i j i & Grey TitLz 'ire, Fit
the wishes of _
as to a very large ma- 1 t
1 in few minute. the time of the tax assessor for comptein :-
can thus be removed a seventeen acres of !land to be used 2s a I II'
_. jority of the people of these State In : Would exchange pale chetb
toI i you
-- ; the assessment roll be extended cemetery provided no liquor shall be j! your
Xew the ( for ?
f adverse
Hampshire j ones
majority I' rosy
WHAT has become of that inspection 'August 1st 18St. sold on the premise*. Johnson's Tonic vitalizes the twodefr:
was 5,503 in Massachusetts 45,520:1 I I
; it was !'
of Florida towns to take place the first The Board took a reces- until 2 p. m. UNWILLING MAKE riches it. It has no equal a? an ajpetizer.
in Pennsylvania) about ISO.Ow and in : THE ACQUAINTANCE. j'
reward offered j II and then resumed. Try it, and if not satisfied
of this month for the by i roemoney
[ .-"Know read 'I
Rhode Island about 1S.HV). It bej thyself Fogg, mu
may refunded. Cures Lrmaf
I. .i r. John G. Borden. of $1,000 for the j t th. On motion it was ordered that I every
t said that indications show l ; that the proIhibition antlc.No, thanks. I know so many fevers.i .
cleanliest town in the State He stipulates the Seal of the County Court now in use .
sentiment in the is I people now that I do not care to extend '! ---
t that if no report i is made by the by the County Judge be. and the same is i i Shiloh'sCatarrbleinedy-aE ?atte.-e.A
( stronger at the wet than at the east, and I my acquaintance, not in that direction, j Urrb Diptbena. and Canker stout s, .j y t' 23th of September that the reward isvoid. hereby prescribed, as the Seal of the at leas;.'' i j k Grey. TitciTille. Fla.
this is due tD the fact that there are fewer f ..
It looks as though eome one of County Court of this county.
cities and large town at the west than I A. (somewhat illiterate-I read something : I Why will yon cough wfcen SJulob> CU'tJlpt
our South Florida towns might miss the I 7th. On motion it was ordered that the j I immediate rebel? Price locu 5 Jct- *si Ji w4
( at the east. As a rule. and almost invariable in the about idiot Are !
an -
paper they by Dickfon i Tmurille. Fla.
chance of adding $l,ice) to its treasury 1 j jIN Report of the County Treasurer. ,.. II. ; Grey.
.. ? one, these States ''n"hereorkingI human beings? ; y -
Ray, be accepted and placed on file. i i5th.
The Women Praise B. B.B.
a letter just received from Englandwe I men are centralized into cities are opposed I A. J.: Carter and C. E. Chaffee I I B.-Certainly, they are human beings |

to prohibition The class of people \ like yourself. f| The suffering of women certtlzJrj : !,
the racing yacht
learn great ocean; committee burn the
[ were appointed a to j awaken the sympathy of Ira
I most to be benefited the abolition I j : every
Paradox, built at Eastbourne, was successfully by paid and cancelled scrip turned in by the NOT FAR 'P.OSG.-r. Societe (who philanthropist. Their best friend b)T.I .

'r -,. launched at Crumbles Beach on j i the drink traffic is the most bitterly opposed -j: Treasurer. has jut been presented to a bevy of I ever, is B. B. B. ((Botanic Blood Dial

the 16th ult., with the aid of the Lady t! to i its abolition and the General Fund........................ ?.Ill 50 young 1 ladies)Pardon me, bat with so i for Send to Blood Balm Co.. .Atlanta Got -

Brasses steamboat, which pulled the I where laboring men are to be citieS'1 Road .' ....................... 340< (H) many names I am quite at sea regarding t H.proofs.L. Cassidy. Kennesaw... grim:

yacht over the beach into the channel. I j the largest numbers, rut. up ih e mast Sinking ....................... 322 27 yours. f i "Three bottles of B. B. B. cured my wife

'i The Paradox is entered for the chief international I{ majorities against an abulkion of the I f+th. On motion it was ordered that She--Bat you are not far wrong. I am of scrofula:'

i ocean races. She i is theworld I saloon. The ote in these four states, all j; the following bills be audited and paid: I Miss Atwater. I j: "1 Mrs.have R.never M. Laws used,anything Zalaba equal. writs'E.

largest yacht of her kind in the I of which are strongly republicau in national f S. H. Ray, Gen'l Fund......... $130 2o I! Judge to B. B."
prisoner-so; drunk
74 feet and fore- and -!:tte Ic'iiticshows that no !;iJ.E. Bowman. ......... OS 20I I : you were ( Mrs. C. H. Gay Rocky) Mount. X. C.
Y I her mizzenmast being J E. Futch .. ........ and disorderly? What have to ?
considerable of the dominant i I Mary I:? () you say writes : Not a day for 15 years woa 1 II
portion j
+ mast 62 feet. The yacht Valkyrie will j i j I A. A. Stewart ......... 43 SI'M. Prisoner-I've a good deal to sac. your j free from headache. B. B. B. entWj
leave England for America about the party favors prohibition. \S:1 rule. the "!I' S.Jones. ......... 15 (Ht honor. if you'll only give me time to i I relieved me.. I teel like another perms*

: first of August. : republican press and speakers in all these James Pritchard. interest........ IS 7rA.A. its say I I James Lancaster HawkinsTiSt

iI 1 states ranged themselves on the side of the Henry. Road Fund...... M till-, I I Ga.. writes : .'M} wife was in badbwiij

r i whisky interest I T. J. Small, ...... 109 l'*) Judge-Certainly ; with pleasure. Sixty j r for eight years. Five doctors :and i nuaj
I '. THE situation of post mastership at j( an-1 did it *veuman ser- I i, l(Uh. On motion it was ordered that days will be enough, won't it ? Our j I II patent medicines had done her no **

,t r Jacksonville and Titusville are somewhat !I vice. It is n{it safe however to conclude j jj object is to plea. )\I Six bottles of B. B. cured her."

similar. Both the under i j that the-e defeats have given the idea of ;! the physicians on the Board of Health of I I .t I J i I Miss S.Tomlinson.tlant.,. "ji.. 5iJ:
: postmasters its, death"bIohe the county take notice of the amendments A FRIEND INDEED.-First New York j "For years I suffered with rheamatU*
Cleveland were removed and other i prohibition party I II caused by iu-Itf-:
kidney trouble and :
made to the sanitary regulations Club Man-Cholly. if ever I die will !I I
.J behind that js-ue be obliged to you tion I &
appointed : but there seem to be a hitch I may reform i ; also was feeble and nerTGH.
? made by the State Board of Health. make ure, me dean fellah that I |
I am B. B.
somewhere in the department at Wash its party: lines and drop c.;; some of relieved me at once. althouieml :tv-
1 the issue that have been burden I which amendments are on file at the I weally dead before I'm bwuried ? other medicine? had failed\ "
P. the at a too I
ington. McMurry appointee Rev. J. M. Richardson. Carkrfc!
Ii I I Clerk's office. Second New York Club! Man You
Jacksonville has nut rs ceived his commission heavy for i it to carry but there is too i can 'i; Ark., writes : "My wife suffered twete!
j! much I 11th. On motion it was ordered that wely on me, Fweddy. I'll ask I
in both the you to with coo-
: neither has ]l. sfcrimgeour.::: at vitality party and the I years rheumatism ai.d female
the list of double assessment errors and awake a dwink before the undertakerscrews i plaint. .\ 1:1l1member of mb.rc&
: question i-stie surrender
i at to because of
| -
this place. There i is a rumor afloat that i
in-olvencies down hall been cured by B. B. IX ?beF7
a 1 presented to thi Board by the lid.
: one of our prominent Republicans will !, these: defeatevere a- they may be.Chicago .- I I suadetl my wile to try it. whM) "W JI
E. W.Hall, tax collector in and for Bre ; Thwauks, Cholly. ihwank-
i awfully e
there is .
nothing B Si
probably, secure the office and retain J.I I like 1; Ii
I vard county, for the year 1SS6, be allowed 1 quickly gave her relief." 11.
E. Gruber hi* assistant ; that i is, if ) .
0011- and that he be credited with the following State sews. "*
I ,l (; Word.SToy. f fCr' I i
Gruber will this! .
A azree- _to_ I I amounts : What town in Florida extvects, to receive i I Arts IOU male miserable ty iadi.-c :i; Cx'a.
''' "--Ir PA.. June '!_''). "SO.EJitor I I | ration, Dizmes. Lo 1" of .\jp nt. Try: w H .
:" .:iJ THE acquittal of Doctor McDuvi who 1 : General revenue ........ _.......... z-ll 20choul the Borden $l./>00 reward ? I Shiloh's Viulizer is a poitiTe Care ?, ..J:1J
,,.. Fls-'i 'aVa": .. I cn; Jc Grey, TitasnJle,
J .......... .. .
t\ was tried at Charleston the past week i'[! DEAR -.Ir.-I regret ray <1"eay in sending t tax. .. .. 37 27Total Hon. V. J. Shipman, the new receiverat 'j; -

I I. !;. for the murder of.Ca t. I/awson, editor i you the money for your, t.rue: very i tax,.............................. S2-JS 02 I the United States land office at Gaines !I \OTICC.
ij.t 'i of the sirs awl Courier of that is vile entered the
City, upon discharge cf his
!j !
valuable paper. I have read 1 it till I I OFFICE GAINESVILLE. Fuu'June
l;:: f. another startling jury verdict oppositely j almost feel I County revenue..................... >a 2-J5: 02: duties Wedneday.j : 2Mb. 1 '

acquainted n-ihili the crood I school ...... ................ Notice *
;i ,>> differing from the actual belief of public j I 149 4)*) I j D. D. Rogers, chief is hereby given that iheloifo
J' people of Brevard county, though I have i I road,........................... IS GO; : engineer the Atlantic ,j in;;-name\l settler has tiled notice of&*
? t opinion and the evidence a? well. How : ] GUif and Havana Railroad! intention **
'I never been there. To read the STAR is 1 ar-.1 I to make final proof in sup

!"j! rt.j can a man plead self-defense by shooting- next to visitinir:; Indian River. I could Total} county:.......................... $410 17 I ri\'ed in St. Augustine Thursday from t ol his claim and that said prooi willj tit
; another in the back and then try to bury I The Board adjourned until the | Daytoca. )Ir. Rogers that j made before A. _\. Stewart. I icrk oil*
not get along without it. now that I hay* I f rot states tbe Circuit "
the body to conceal his crime ? Where I i I in | drought has : Court at TiuiH. FU. 04!
become attached to ir. I bpe tote you i Monday August, 1SS9.TueIay ; seriously affected the orangeparts gust 22. lSsl.., viz : .\. _\. Hollte
; is justice meted out by the jury that personally next winter. For the !, I I crop in various of the state, but i II''Courtney. Brevard ..count-. Fla... HXo. .'

W clears him when his on n testimony shows: find enclosed $l.,:;.). present i f night, as the north-bound |!; that oranges have UIered"er\' little on ;, 13.-"..3. for t h. ec. ::).-. Tp. : c.p
that the mail !! E.. W 4 of X. E. J anL i ol 5. E.1'
shooting was not necesxiry to Your respectfully.J. train on the South Florida railroad |I the east coast where most of the rrovesj ,;! He names the following wineHt'

t protect hip life-when.there was no justifiable T. C'RCMRIXE. 'I was approaching Orlando the, locomotive: j i j are planted on hammock land prove his continuous residence tip1

's homicide? The Xew York Tim* suddenly ran into a pile) of crosstiesj The artesian cultivation of, said land viz :
t wf' \o i 'j I well recently! bored by 1:. J. Lal;oche. J(. y.
International the
: } very appropriately cores the jurors in t Race. j placed acros* track. Xo damage_ VM.
I Joyce Bros. on the block road, which i is !I McKae, Frank La I:oche. ourtney. **
: 4j the following manner the day next fallowing l- t NEW Yor.x, June :: .-The first otncialinformatioa I done, :i* the train was moving. a: a slow : to furnish water for North City Any person who desires to phagainst "
a suburb
; the rendering of their verdict : received ?.,y the Xew York i j,: rate. It i is thought to be the work of ';! of St. Augustine has the- j the allowance oi such proof.*
i The state of South Carolina ha made 'I Yacht Club from the train wreckers. who knows of any substantial nn?'
RoyalYachti I i largest flow of any artesian: well in the under the law and regulations of the;J

r : many startling contributions to the code Squadron concerning thf much talkedof I i i John T. Shuften, a colored nan, of j jj world. It is an S-inch well, and its dow : terior Department, why such P

of conduct governing man's relations to challenge for the Americas cup, ar- j[ Orlando who is of quite a literary turn I exceeds: the highest expectation Froma !| should not be allowed will be S0'!

? his fellow-man, but seldom one more rived here this morning by cable from I I 1 I of mind, has nearly completed writing a measurement made by Dr. J. K. Rainey \i, and opportunity place to cross-examine at the abot-e-mentiouedp the witneof -

: j shocking to the public mind of really Cowes. The cablegram was a< follows : ;;: book entitied : The Brighter side of J Ji I the flow exceeds 8.0X) gallons per'i ';: said claimant, and to offer e\ "e.fei "*it

civilized communities than the verdict The committee that ;i: the Old South/' which the j i rebuttal ot that submitted bv cl2U
t regret they cannot Lippincotts i j minute or over 11.[())/(;(.O gallons I II
; K of the Charleston jury acquitting Dr. confirm the challenge. Letter follow 1 i have arranged to publish< for him. The J 24 hour every 'I|! 11. a. C. TCCKEC, Jt.isttr."'"

McDow of the charge of murder in killing | book will contain about 300 -
I Captain Dawson editor of the \Vtr This, of pages.John 1 J| A company has been formed ia St. 'iI I J. ]f. SAWYEK & SOX.t
course is final and
destroys i H. Dawe
!| passed through Orlan- !j Augustine for the of ]!

: : and Courier. the If the presumption of of intelligence the remaining hope for a race betweenrepreseutath do, Monday, on his way to XeiYork, |i I oysters and other bivalves purpose on propagating the waters i j Yacht i Sail-maker
on part jurors is ad- e 70-footers of England and ;:' where he will attend a meeting of the of the Matanzas river '
mitted, then it must also be assumed that the United States. The Valkyrie which I directors 1 near Matanzas. : 84 & 85 York.
of the Palatka and Lake Shore They have secured 350 claims of South St., New
they hold views concerning the nature ofhomicide ha all I riverfront I i
along been considered the fastest
railroad which is
to be l.uilt from Palat- f containing several of AXD
and of provocation to it and sloop of her,class in England. will however j i ka acres oyster I 1 ?l
J to and Apopka, to connect : beds and propose to FOOT OF 55TH ST..kTL.k
extensively into
} go j
concerning the civic rights of uncommon- according to her owner, Lord Dun I Ir.l"en with the Midland road. Mr. Dawe the business of
says cultivating !i YACHT
) ly vile scoundrels and libertines such as be oysters. Ai BASIN
v brought over here and will the I
surveyors will soon be at work on tract of high land the Ir
: would in most States in this union find djubtl ss participate in I adjoining plant Ii r i
many contests new line, and that the chances are i has been procured for the of i
; the
V neither acceptance nor iol PratfoD.'* with our crack whitwingtd: flyers. .I quite good for its early construction. purposes j Particular attention dven to Plea rat
H rf i company: and a town site will be laid oIl j I i Boat Sails of all description 31







.1I-. : II. C. Starch, I'roItrletor.Manufacturer .
:' of fine Havana and DomestIc !'
Cigars. Trade supplied with fine
r! A'IvrY-AT-LAW' : AND NOTARY PUBLIC.'JUi. hand made goods. Orders promptly filled.< Cocoa, Indian<< River, Fic3_':. ths.DEt1LERS .
Factory at Malabar. Fla. iNEWSPAPER t
Rock Ledge: Florid; I\

etet L. GAL LU E\, NA U:1I A N'"'S

i b ]). ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Florida., THE PlOXEElt SUBSCRIPTION' AGEXCY.AGENCY Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware

1016. Ttu.yille, ,
For terms' and sample copies addre:

tar, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tituaville P. O., Brevard county Fla Paints, Oils'' Glass and( Putty,

I -- ---- A. FROSCHER, Plumbers' and Mill
.bot A1. Titusville, Florid, ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Keeps of metallic and wooden Supplies,
I 111." p o. Eox 20. S.\ FOnD, FLA. Coffins Cases and Caskets.
Will practice in all the canukes of the Sevent ,
-li't 3 Doors Sash Blinds WIRE
Circuit and Supreme Court. CLOTH.
Funerals attended if de red. All orders and

de. E. HEYSER, promptly executed, and at reason "

ALLEN ble rates. Embalming done. BRICK LIME CEMENT \ Gn.s: .
dt: Attorney-at-1aw 1 and Conveyancer. v
C. O"Hardware. : : .,
rot Late Worth Dade County, Florida SHINGLES and LATH. ,

Ide!! Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dad and'KLI:.

the County lauds
cur : Ship b.c'iI1dI.er3T: G-c>c>ds,
MIXOn General Produce
ii!. Agents for ALABA TINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com
!en .'-ttorne-at-La,,, pan}' plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools. ,

Titusville Florida MERCHANT. Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Collins and Caskets.

&. T. SANDERS, Melbourne. Florid

6. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, A. L. Hatch & Son, Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and

_ Will practice in all the Courts of the Seventh Judiciil estimates furnished prom ptly.
red. Circuit of Florida.P .DEALERS IN

---- T- .r--------- ------------ -- --

Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,
eb COCOA, FLORIDA Stationery, Family Medi- & E1.TDGE:
Will be at tbe Grant View Hotel, Titusville 01 cines, Garden Seeds, ,
'II-; the First Monday in each Month, for one week or:
pee more. Patronage: solicited,and all work guaranteed 11 CHOICE GROCERIES., Dealers in
ur to be satisfactory.
1m Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.

-'j DENTIST, .,

TITCSVILLE, FLORIDA r. })lUTCII.\ltD.Ircsiclcnt.
Office, until further notice, at Indian \v. :\i. BROWN,Cashier.
h.t1d Paver City Hotel.

Quality of work un:nrpa .ed. 8 [INDIAN RIVER BANK G-E 1\Ti1 .. 3.L :ILE ..RDW1 i1t 7 ,

:. J F. LEWIS,

; Civil:! Engineer and Surveyor, A GENERAL Titusville BANKING, Florida.BUSINESS TRAM Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves, Tinware and Crockery.

TiliiHville, Fin.

i.. R. B. BURCHFIELD, ; Exchange bought nut! sold. Special am PAIrJTS A1"TD OILS,
: I prompt attention given to collections. Loansnegotmteel :

ile' COUNTY SURVEYOR. lanks[ ,Corporations 011 first for Saving Inter:=! Refrigerators,. Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers,
cst allowed 011 time deposits.
I: Orders by mail will receive as prompt
B. attention as calls in person. .advances Approved made business upon available paperjdiscounted.Drafts collateral.. Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors.
Address: Georgiana, Fla. on all parts of Europe.
Coo Business done at Jacksonville rates.
( Every favor,consistent with ound
Z T A RUE P. ELY, banking, cheerfully.extended. POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.

CORRESPONDENTS:Bank of Jacksonville.
I.Ie.. Xotary Public for the Slate at Large. .racksonville, }'la.j The Seaboard National 2J:;) TITUS LiLE, FLORID
Dank New
: Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist .

over 30 years' experience. Natural SAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN ST. LUCIE HOUSE, THE

I: finish a specialty. A.rtesiAn: "wellIRRIGATION
Indian River Florida NEW DRUG STORE
Melbourne, .)oriclll. G I
Hand Every Day A.n
We will Keep on
. Having been Re-Furnished, is NOW I I

B.f. FOR $3,000.a FRESH? BREAD, CAKES, PIES, CONTRACTORS, OPEN FOR GUESTS, under the Management Has on hand a Fine A" ortment of

a, ETC. ALSO SolicitTITI.SVILI.E Corrchrrudencc. of its old proprietor and owner. I
"'I.Olun.\. :
I 33 ,
Bottlers of Sodawater, Ginger Proprietor, I| .ANo SPECIFIC REMEDIES GUARAN
:. : for which
. Ale and other Drinks. St. Lucie, Florida. they are Recommended.
I Li County Court? Jrera"d County, Florida. CQ IF, AFTER >IXG ANY OF THEM, YOU
ON INDIAN 1 A, uaii'"'i-It.-.usages S225:: : YOUR MONEY WILL IrE 'KEERFULLY Jn-
: IN FINE THRIFTY CONDITION. It appearing froia the affidavit of James "We have no cmealLbut a dif-
S. A. BELCHER & COMPANY, T. Smderattorner for plaintiff in the I ferent Remedy for Each \Jt: .> of Ii:>eae-
- THREE HUNDRED FIFTY TREES, PROPRIETORS, above entitled cause, that the defendant Having Purchased the "Frost Line," for Affection of the Liver, Lung, Heart
thl'rt: named is.i a non.r.,ieknt of the Stateof and feeling the necessity of keeping up and Kidneys; for Female Complaints; and)
Two Hundred in Good Bearing. FLA. Florida and that hi.. residence! i* unknown her Good Swift and :also:: Ointments for Eczema, Ringworm,
TITUSVILLE past Reputation as a
} and that he i is-over :-I years of age. I Tetter and other DieaMr< of the Skin.
I Upon motion of complainant it i> ordered Great Courier, I ask of the people a Con- Give them a trial and you will not be i. that the said defendant, (r. J. liar- tinuance of their Good Favor. I dUappointed.

WILL GUARANTEE: A NET IXt FOR SALE.A dee, do plead, answer or demur to com Will Make Contracts for !
liltinant'.declaratkm herein filed on or oe- J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist,
. COME. FROM PRESENT CROP, tract of land on Indian River in the lure the tirrt Monday in .\nzu>t next or aici !
! coiisi tinsr of S1 s Delivery of Lumber and Large TITUSVILLE FLA. 7
count) of Hrevard. :; : declaration will be takt:n a> confessed; provided -
:.. OF lu PER CENT. ON PRICE. icres; it being lot No.3, and south half that publication: i-.f this order be
of> the northeast quarter of section 35. made once a week for four consecutive Cargoes, PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup
,nd lot No. 3, being the southwest quaver I week* in the FLORIDA STAR: a newspaper
.tDDRLeS, of the northwest quarter of sectionG publii,hed in the city of Tits! *\'ille. in said: Anywhere up or down Indian River. I Barrels 225.

, both in township 31 south range 30ast. circuit. Be sure you see me before closing con- i Gauged to order ten cents extra.
. LOCK UOX *.4t<5, TITUSVILLE, .. This is a very desirable piece oflainmock. Done anllefterl'cl1.\l this :2nd day- of tracts elsewhere. : Wheelwrighting and Repairing.
soil of rich quality, suitable July .\. I). 1s i.. I
t rLOIUU.Blacksmith .\. 9 for the raising of all tropical fruits. I; .\. .\. STEWART, Respectfully, C. O. B.
Enos t- I Clerk County Court Erevard; Co., Fla. I I'
the Narrows, near po .
ituated at
Jame T. Sanders 1'1.nlIIAtt'; 11 J. W. ROGERS Honey barrels and 0":11atp.l' Breakers
for cash. For ,
Shop. Will sell cheap j
& Repair I I from a 2.00 up.
particulars address 4
'. E. M. LOW. \otice orIn ..t.ttachnu Owner.C. I I Tanks

Ii Wagon Work A Uull.ling. Sept. 3. Brockton,Mass. Comity Court, Urf'ard C'ount'anl II. SCOTT, i i and all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. .

s State rtf Fi ri la. JOHNSON,
C. D.Faugh ) .A5?nmp it. SALOOX. LaGrange, : : Florida.
iJi 9i. :M. Hamilton & Co., I vs. } i i
TITUS JYILLE, FLA. I G. J. Hardee. ) Damages-S22.j.
". I To G. J. Ihrdee: If you want a clean and easy shave, !!EACOTT & CO.,
hand. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, I You are hereby notified that a writ of As clean as barber ever gave, I
Wagon & Buggy Shafts on I attachment has been issued against yon Just call on me at my saloon, TITUSVILLE, FL.'.,
I Whole lc Dealers in and your property attached to satisfythe At morning, eve, or afternoon. '
ALL VTOBS OCABASTEED. demands of C. D. Faugh in the sum I'll cut and comb your hair with grace I TIN & SHEET.IRON \YORKERS.

;; Locution At the\Tatci Tank on the Fattroad. 8 River Oysters of$225 (two hundred and twenty-fire I To suit the contour of your face; I
Indian[ dollars). Now, unless :you shall appear. To you I'll give a good shampoo, -
plead or demur to the declaration tiled The art of which is known to few. I GUTTERING, ROUFIXG,

f PORTER & POTTER, FISH therein County in Court the otlice of Brevard of the county Clerk ,of Fla.the,. My My scissor's shop is sharp a ways,my neat razor's and keen clean, I And Manufacturing of Tin ""arc.;

before the first in August.the
on or
5th thereof, in And every thing I'm sure you'll find, GALVANIZED WORK,
same being the day To suit the taste and please the mind.
Green Turtle and Game. the year of our Lord 89,judgment will And Repairing: of all kinds
1 Real Dealers be rendered against you and your prop- And now to all who patronize intend,
Estate erty will be sold to satisfy said demand. Just come along and bring your friend, -
All orders will receive prompt alai careful at. JAMES E. BOWMAN, Sheriff. And I assure you I will try Location: 3LMX ST., near .
!" tentlon.letter whether or telegraph 17 James Sanders.Plaintiff's Atty. 11 My very best to satisfy. may? i 12
L31iC Worth Dade Co., Fla.
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t their tailor and fj Back, back thIFin=tantH! j J Advice to lfathen.stn..Ti'rr '
( Cwtinwd fffv. Page 3. j figures gowns tight jackets Indian River Steamboat
I : oG's
| "Did take the sal volatile: asked Co.
little cere attentive one month than ; were quite out of sight and then you be oaed when children are coxticg te th. It Kheves -
returned to the oak drawing room, in the first, anxiously. the little sufere rat once;itprodcoesnatar&I;
t t another. I and the little cherub awakes as"tnght ,
"Did ? qrtiet tleep,
I which I always spent my mornings.Here you try the camphor inquired f button." It is pleasant to taste. It
"Well, don't be nervous, said I, trying as a very schedules in effect MAY 12
I at once found traces of that solicitous the :second. soothes the chDtsotteaahegntialleyasllpaia: 1889.
to laugh. "When the day comes I andia the bestkn.ow:1re-
11te3 the bovoe ,
you will not find me absent from my I care for me en the part cf my "Did you see that we had put the sugar '1 for diarrhoea, whether arising f rcn tee t..::;; or STEADIER ST. LUCIE,
girls which my ferocity had hindered handy for you? asked the third. other causes. Testy- :re certs a bosie. .j
J bench of torment." I "I. I Leaves TITt'- Yll.LE.................... 6
t them from expressing in words. 31v .. saw all your kind remedies re- j aArrive +111
But ::t that they all burst upon me in favorite chair was drawn close up to the piM I dryly "and I had them all at I, tl'lf'EHiS' I rFREErite at Melbourne.........._....12 noon
full cry, "Your bench cf torment! Well, I I. tat nervy no-
I hearth; every chink window carefullyI,: once removed. I see no reason why a EO..L.SCOTT,ti t..I''lkCiUDEANESSeUR Returning:
I do call that hypocrisy, mammy! We I
perfectly healthy woman's
drawing room
usually we
were a madly
always say that nobody enjoys a ball so air family. On a little table at my elbow open. should be littered with physic bottles." 'D r' Leave, Melbourne........__.......12 noon

much as you: it is invariably we that : stood a bottle of sal volatile, one of cam- j,: While I was speaking the gong sounded UI C'SillaU.:cc-;:t.aLle. Arrives at Titu"ine...... ..........". gpQAbove

have to drag you away not you : phreral a small jug of hot water and sev 'I ; for some reason, I forget what-we R.e.e+.hl.9treailrreiletfatt fiateefitrroota) daily except Sunday.
I had no spirits to disclaim. tr... .C:euorcannaI.1L f.
lumps of sugar. I rang at once and were kiaching earlier than usual that
-If I v:ere said Alice, authoritatively. TEA)IEI: ( JEURGIANA.LeaveMelbourne.
you. !'I .
had them all taken away. Then I sat | day-&t 1. The girls scampered off to

Led. "I and should have just go sal straight volatile back and down by the fire and s.1t staring into it : get ready. During oar repast I do not The C CT HINDERCORNS.rue Car*for Corns. Stops all ra'jiErnr1* ._.................... ,5anArrives

to water.P some for the best part of an hour in entire idle : fhink that I was much more loquacious 'fJri u>thefetri.l5a .tUrugtrKa. HiscoiA :<)..X.Y. at Jupiter...................... S Pea

1 De5 !' than I had been: at breakfast, but my A. CONSUMPTIVERA and
"Or white! wit ozr MondayWednoday- Friday
some wheysuggested I waa not apt to be such a drone. Occupation -* children made up for my silence by the ; -T n V"1cn."oQ"bt1.*, Asthm& Ind.;. toiPARKER'S t': .?
; Ruth. I had in What volume of their chatter Once twice GINGER TONIC. It Cal MM Returning :
*" always plenty or t ewrrt"3 w.-td u tLe tt remedy for all ills arfccs?

and"Yes read, do. r oid Susan, You and I will come mother of 'a family and mistress of a they asked me why I was looking out of 1:1: !dta a Lr.1 ::' 21e U t.f. #- t:4 g:'/lacihi't Leave* Jupiter.......................... :) a 1:1:

you to sleep always say house has not And, to do myself justice -' the window, and what I expected to see Arrive? at Melbourne..........._..... 8
p JI
than that my readingputs one's." you to sleep faster I had ordinarily so inclination to there? In point of fact, I was repenting TuedayThursdays and .Son-,.,urdacsL .

) any slight my duties. But on this particular: of my repentance. but I need not say
l "That is a left handed con plb1e1t. rr 2 crtYr. 3? Connection i ii" made at Titusvflle
morning I neither turned< nor attempted that I did not tell them so. Toward the
in ; with train of the J. T. & K.
said Alice W.
Sue laugh $
*" : to turn my hand to any one thin I sato middle of the luncheon the butler again r, J ,., _. H.G.C.E'd Vi.
l MI know it is, replied Sue, composedly tern to and from all points North, and at
er the fire not even shivering or sneezing -, inquired "whether there were" any orders -
"but she does say so, don't you, for children for the coachman? ,.. k./jilt C 0. Jupiter with daily stage for Juno ((8
( my W'eron a wren
mamma" miles) where connection i is made with
I i "\il.lot scent when they made up their obstinate "Surely: not," said Alice answeringfor i t FG. the -teamcr Lake Worth" for all landing
ccme: now-at once
you uiinds that I was threatened with me, "the roads are like looking *
asked Alice taking other hand. "It young on Lske V\ orthW. .
ivy influenza;, occasionally conscious that I glasses, and it is beginning to snow.
would be far the wisest plan if you could Dx"N: ArTp._\Y Who'eale l Arer.tHgRES.
was muttering to myself under my Even if you were well"- B. WATSON. Superintendent
get iltol good perspiration" = _
7 t breath. At last, This w11 l really; t "-reH the coachman," said i, interrupting J O.
D. Oen.
But at that I found voice to interrupther : ACKERLY PaAgent..
do," snit I aloud pushing back raj- cut her vith some tartness, "that I
t rising suddenly from my chair, and from the fire. "I do not know chat has will have the brougham at 2." V. F. JACK, General Manager.
llinrins the caresses of too ..
away my
officious children. come to :=e. I hope that I am cot goingoff There was a moment of silent conster- -- -

I "I do not know what would be at." my head." nation among my little dock. $500.00 Reward
yet So saying I put my hand to my forehead "Then, if it iss only into Leighton that
raid I, indignantly: "Quelle inouche 25. HIRES' IMPROVED Ue V Cl cvideac to bat
: any :emir in this
in which there want to for said prove
}: was a disagreeable you go any: shopping, '
your pique? What all with i worli e(_ .r.r..m ru.U aci Fver Tonic
possesses you pulse beating and walked to the window. ; Ruth in a conciliatory voice, "could in the treata"ut of cbili asd fever aai all malarial
the idea that: I am ill? Have I made 'G. ROOT BEER! .
any tTOnt !I. Pr.ct (eLr. ilctcy refunded if
l let do it for ? not
An ugly, grinding black frost long, ironbound not you us you k
complaint? though indeed to have six t at..:;ea
1. .J bare borders through which it "I am not going into Leighton." replied ||it''
f j gimlet: eyes fastened upon your face,and !Iii LIQUID N030ILINC EASILY MJlEi
seemed that could I, shortly. t Tallalia :Fla.'JoLnso
impossible crocuses % ce, .
three croaking voices in your ears, iscncugL r i"t;, TKSPACKACE MAKES FIVE CMLCHAv4f.c"iYE
i. ever push their gracious golden beads Another moments silence. "
; a I : 'Chill aid r4'H-r Tin' seeds BO
I make ill if is.
: to
f. ,1 ycu ad robin, a chafianch and three sparrows, "Come, now, where are you going:?" CAaPHr : p,1LUl ty the reaier: a a.dnrtlu: l: tf +rCerecer -
For heaven's disabuse i mind of :
) ue. jcur L'/ty r. ZlJP i".U. W. A. BAWLS.Sanfonl .
; all hungry and naturally silent, seekingon cried Sue getting up coming over to
this and let
extraordinary fancy
us cometo
breakfast!" the gravel walk the poor remains of and kneeling l down beside me in orderto ; }"Ja.I .

the crumbs thrown out a: breakfast. try, as I Lneuwbat personal wheedling -
_. : riT -fXctH:t satiilictct.: E. IEIUP3
.I. S i her; -..:.s ""C', :.z is nkn V K era.per- There effective in 100"BEER-
was nothing assuredly in the face (usually a very weapon
f .aiicr. in my tone that! my chilJlren saw 1 of the outer world to put me in better her hand;) could do with me. Madison Fla.

I w&: rci to Le tril&i with; so, acquiescingin spirits. But none the less did I continue "Why are you so mysterious?*" Y' ::r Tctc rhea eiceiin: S fu .'-"tivl.'6t
my ;-reposition, they and I eat down lur: a ward of cumi.t KANDELL POPE
it. "I not I
aimlessly to gape at "Shall I'f said am aware, replied pomp-
f' to Lreckf: a: u But I caught them several I under my breath; "any: one would ously, "that I answerable to my children Lake Cit Fla.

i' times casting i surreptitious glanced at me pay I was mad if I did; would be thEn for my goings out and comings in," .t3 most APPZTIZIXG: &c
to sec *;e:I ate as usual, and whetheror plus ultra of folly and irrationality; if then sinking: into a less majestic tone, rni'ERaticB D&n-"X the world. TRY IT. I: a Set a-\t ;!3.tion to all eta try it.
I shivered: in the chill
net cguishly heard "I have whereI Ask Druggist or Grocer for It.
the girls of it, and of my reason, no objection telling you your
with vrLich they were so determined to would think I ara going." This
they was ripe for bedlam; ( was not quite true.) Ocala Fla.
=e. To bali them I dodged behind i ** "" ,
; credit but-but it would be a relief! After all, I am going to call on Mrs. Smith. : Y'J-lr CLill and Fever Tonic ij Lryca5af

.l ti.e tea kettle, crd tried to eat more I am mistress in my own house; why --- ---- -- I eipecatiou. Gives retire sttw ctit'I: Not \ single
t heartily than my went, in which, how- bottle has been tarred.. FI>. DELOt'FST.Lak'lallll .
should not I: I willI almost ran tc .M:

t orer, I was net very successful Conversation the bell, and rang it sharply. But in the Fla.

t wzj slack, which, to do us justice, interval between my hanngpullt'd it and ,
t' it was not apt to be at: our breakfast table. PillsFOR The GtdiciLe is a good: I>Eer and b:.given 0.
the of the who utt's
appearance servant answered tire ftt>faction JOSEPH F"BBE'.
Its present flagging condition was attributable it there was time for another 1.

.. 1 imagine, partly to my supposed change to conc over my spirit.

ill health (my appearance must "It is twelve miles if it is a step: saidI fI FOR .3LE.tT:

Jave Ua very much more deplorable internally; "the days are dark at 4; if J. FOR TORPID REVE\S-S DRUG STOKE.Titnville. .

than Lad:: had try Lea cO. partly and I give way to these imaginings I shall \ : f Ji A torpid liver dermnye1* the hole sy'tem Florida.

chiefly to the absence cf the master-always become unfit for all the ordinary and produces
gradually -
J --- ---- ----
-- --- -
when at home, the originator cr duties of life; it may be an insidious Sick Headache -. .
a fosterer cf every joke, and who last night form of hysteria." N:- s. Lt33 t.Seatnt.1 '1.I
oil for Ireland in which he Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheumatism i trade q at p kl..FRBB
iT, '. cct country The footman entered. ,t pw sa oar .

f:. )' for the puitishment of his fins, possessed Sonie coals please," said: L ,,, Sallow Skin and Piles. ....=:wM wa teal aeadfrree:=

some landed estates. I resumed the fire nag :sal hlakptta ar!
my place by and .. .c
There is no better remedy for these -
"Poor daddy said Alice, looking toward th.-Y. aDlM --
took up some knittm;. Turning the heel common diseases than Tatt'a Liver sad t'ft.e.pIdI
,'i r" his vacant place. "He must have of a stocking requires some attention. It Pills, as a trial will prove. Price,:Sc. -y &lid .Qa1M arc

c. had a ccld! crossing last night. 1 wokeat might absorb; time. In vain. My heel PM Everywhere. I s5.,..'lfW b we rstsn MW.wt to Uk ws.7n..t ..
t four this when he mustha"eI Y miy ear u post kcoc.tad a"3
morning, or rather Ruth's-I had rashly embarked i 1 s ,, l raostks aD stag bftcme ft'V esI
I been just half way over, and thought I I P117. TU rnM tarda M'.a3e
., upon hers-entirely failed to follow even v1'IlI'1 after tke anger yatestr.I .
'Poor 2.ddrather you than I! DEDERICK'S HAY PRESSES I-I wtitl M"--gas:WfGn prtauIT
the outline of the .
approximately, human .
j .f .' : atlta.idt.r$ 3.wItl as
Hade of ittd
lighter, / -
"I dreamed of li'"s: dP..uth-"such stronger cheapermo uek.nt sd now *S for
foot, and I dropped it back into the work power everlasting and competition distanced: -o.Bat aera.r..sea t...
; an absurd: drean 1 dreamed we weregiving bas: t.. I picked up a novel Alice had For proof order on trial. to keep.the,best'alfil ', j.R; F'ftr tat tssacEiss.. a t.U wortl. 18 bIprra.
I I ; a Lirge party en the sly J in his absence pet any other alongside If you can Eetfrr&& \I I brif inrrx5aaa IhoM wb eaital: ,. I1IIiII....
fl described: it as breathlessly interesting, I J'ul Ciro a pct Preatr wnw t .u t.
.all sizes;
n- free th te ,
tt aWZ i-Catlin.* ta tae w.Rii ttd tlta
!I 4 f anii that he cams back unexpectedly and, indeed had sat up late over night to "= I t nett,ia!ofwortof kirL alt iom torrtkcm Ai sesiri
a mu c;E dr CO.. llox. 74O, AA Ulala
I. iff; { in the middle of it, like Sir Thomas finish it unable tear herself away from jiA.i UMA.

I t i. 'Bertram in *ilanf..eld Park,"and that we its pages. I could not chain my mind I STEEL-

.f! : > were all in such a fright I woke just as even so far as to make acquaintance with .3iess fir -- !I
i : bide of .i.i"lam e'rtan ac= nsssn of ate t 5.slnll. # Patterson Mineral Springs
1 was trying to one my partners *
its characters. I laid it, too. down. Storuwt s ="t) Lctthe legs cf the billiard room "I believe the girls are right," I said. going to calf on Mrs. Smith.* No. S5 .(' W<,rb.'.y.,-' ,

'1 table-such a likely place to escape de- : *'1 must be ill; this restlessness must be "Mrs. Smith! Buildings Enlarged.

: tection." the forerunner of some serious sickness." "}irs, Smith! T: CHICHESTER'S ENGLISHPENNYROYAL t

f 'i. They all laughed. I walked uneasily out of the room into H'\TIk'ltdrs. Smith In three differ- PILLS i! -: :-

.t "And I/ said Sue, 'slept so soundly the adjoining one which, as we never eat keys of disapproving astonishment."Mrs. ( .. '
'f"rj; L'a4 Fi.tI..1.1U6 .
roritiaLbe ;
\ 6f fin Uni4
si? cscsA ::!, : E: : !; ;
that I never once thought or dreamed of sot in it except of an evening, looked un- Smith cf Longmains :.... t. Itrn.I..&dt : in the Smth.Foil .

IllV him at all-rather brutal of me." frier 'r all formal by daylight, theh out "Why, you do not know her?'' 5'' rct1&-Se A.... !or J.ill Ciseierta lursat:*+s tT ltglul:'Fa L--t. I

i r "It is fortunate that one is not answerable into the hall down a passage into the "Why, it is twelve miles off. .Diamond. Brand,bft'd ce 1
z>&:&IIK t &t4.txed wl h b! e rib. In; View of tie Bine Ri c
;j. billiard room. I bad no motive for and Mr. .
for one's dream-self, said Ruth, recurring going "Why. daddy Smith are not Jfcca. At Dr scl .t.f'fi'pt

to the thought cf her own dream; i there or anywhere else, only I could on shaking terms: : [ DO try otlaer.1>x J: rat Au< rC.s wRr is tact.s-r?'s dAftrt'... MonntaiJ1S,

10, "one is sometimes such a rogue and sometimes net keep stat3:11Y eye fell on the billiard .'1 beg your pardon" replied 1. gaining fff 01"1 rrrsi .slsrsta"L'elkirorl..lerr lt. Szr14 a.m-adte+t"".: I

such a booby in one's dreams" table, I remembered Ruth's silly in firmness cs I perceived the weightof :;L I:LADIES fetter.. by tier rtt.ri.hrs.: 10.4.U r::1t l" ;trnaaouWa a' Four Mileouth of Shelby. N. C.. on

"A's J you, mammy,"said Sue.amiably tare:. of having hid her admirer behindits oojxraitioa brought to bear upon me, fhicheeterl'heleiezICo.MadisonSq.Phila"Pt.To Charleston, Cincinnati & Chicago Rail-:

t '" trying to draw me into the conversation, legs. What on absurd dream! All "I dv know Mrs Sr ital. I have no dis- ------ i road. Pattern stationone-half mile of

.r{ from which since the beinr.ingofbrrok- dreams: ere absurd! I strayed back into like to a long drive, and if the men of ,j springs.

i" fast I had almost entirely excluded myself tea hall, and again looked through the two families come to loggerheads it is Lathes Only. TO THE AFFLITID.l'nsciar .

4. i ; what sort of a night had you? The win .osv. The drive stretched away before the more reason why the women should 3 '\", ....:. 'x r. ".: -. r. "Y -..aa::': f cLJle will tell you that the InjrrtJi-
rue, dark colored between, he whitened .. ,.,..... j tin;? t. )n ;lin-il in these Waters in their
i i tlt drunliard's: heavy slumbers laughing). : try to keep the peace. j i dl--a" ;a.J '",1"tA.i !! \"ou;d c _!*.: 'r l-tTLe t are

r like mine; or pleasant and probable visions winter pa"*. "'ltwould take an The girls gaped at me. t l; "; :... :.':::: --' .: -: :. -*- :-.-..:' \.rvEfJv- i J j effect .1 1 orient. Diuretic, Tonic and Alterative -

like Ruth's which "Eat, why today, in Eeaven's ?' ... .. p .." making it Nature Remedy for
name "1 : = "
hourana threo uarters' : "L' ".A' U: t l.
t drivingat a good ... .. I Ir+lie-tiof i eie the
.. Di of
: j rxia. >
I } But I "Why not today? t- ::- :i \ .H' :1. -; '1 : r- 111 :ar. to It. I
was pret"CIltfrom replying to said I "if I oil I
t fcce, : sot at 2 should \ : | Kidney Liver. Bladder, and all of
: ear
rf' this question by the entrance of the butler bo there by a quarter past S. I need It seemed as if the butler had taken : ..'H'1:.- :I'PNEI:. Debility and Weak ("4.n,titntionio which

who came in to ask whether there not stay more than half an hour and upcn himself to answer my question, for : .i' ..I.;:...L.t ;t"" i.c L.V.:1: i need Stimulant, and in Rheumatic snit

were any orders for the coachman. should be back here by half-post 5; P-oh! he had again entered! the room and was --- !. Scrofulous AOVctious. .

14 "Surely not," said Alice, answering for In the country that is a more nothing.I speaking !i PARKER'S F'; TO THE PUBLIC.

me. "We shall be skating all the day will decide to go." "If you pease, too coachman is very f HAIR BALSAM \\ e are -o itn3tt.\l-win to the Springs

and ,:"ou-\"ou will not be so insane as to A second time I pulled the bell; but a sorry, but the roads are like hive and Cleanses and txautines the hair. with Farm attached, from which ire pet
ctir from the firesider he Las not had the horses Promotes a luxuriant growth.! :
second time before it roughed our supplie-: -doing
was answered, half Never Fails to Rub,. Gray a great part of the ne-
# I have always disliked being auswerlfcr. a dozen adverse, reasons rushed into my I hesitated. t"k&< HairtoitVouthfut. Color. -'tjr\- work daring the sea-on the Springssrv
; I hare **'rh.t ettles the ," Prntil f..oy' s,: Carr r"'i ; t o > "favor
f always known perfectly mind and made me repent my resolution. question cried oy r -- I 5i'iC. aM +scTat } ene can our Puronsrim

what my opinion and wishes were, and The road, as far as I rt'm nbered it-for eldest girl, triurtphant j : the: Best Mineral Water, the Mo-t Whol<- J

:" i been fully able to express them. My part of it I had traveled only once or twice Does it?" !said 1, tonicked beck into - --- -- onie FOOl and"ommvlb-
l eldest daughter's instantaneous decision. "Let him send tion*nt the following extremely: Low Price:
growing tendency to in life
my -was not a good one.: The U.l -
4 1 reply for uie had already on several previous stables might be cold and give the horses for the blacksmith at once to rough the Ore }>*:51n occui:>ie DAT to on. f 1 W

i occasions fidgeted me. After amoment's ., influenza, a pleasant piece of news with carriage horses cs quickly he can. I I I sri Two Person.ccenpY room.. 1 25

i hesitation I turned to the but- which to greet the master of the house ;vhrn'tne: Person PElt'JJX. ?0
on must have the br'uttuau a# ::.>oi js it o.-cnriH room. $*
ler saying "There are no orders for him his return from Ireland. That last thought can begot ready wh liver the v fhtr.." ; n ting from the Errors of Youth, F,? y.5 ice.h ( Two or :core ocrspr ron, : ft)
t rxre, sm- (
this morning if there arc for the ::e fill or ral.l
; any was conclusive. I would abandon the Servants never ocV! surprised, an J the Pzpnatt Infallible and ("oDftd Dthd. Larrej ;I.n.lets.. One: Tersoa Oixapits rooia ?i> OJi
:3 afternoon I will let the coachman know : idea definitely And meanwhile the footman girls were too with and I I T'mi! 'IO pares,only l:by mai7,reaal.porpai': i: *0orncreoccal5'rooni' :25 W
t angry suppose I mall took. with Eldo Children S to '
at luncheon time. 1 had in ner.u of the pre fsr I 12 jear o3 half rri2 to 6 jear*
come and was looking expectantly thought me too great a fool to be : Send cw. Adrea the Pesboy Medcsi In:intf'9 oiJ. one..ourth prix. Servants,nj 'cial ntH in accordance -
liecin'b thus established my authority at me. What could I be supposed worth spending more breath }j ,r ;r W.H.P3J'ke:,tin..;I; d SLBcer,3it s to s.:mce rtnJercd !& cancr for rocs: cfj
I and left the rather any upon, j I j I family or Ier3on they
rose wih.
room, disagreeably to have for? are
rung My fancy I had
supplied further Where
so no remonstrances: from j Ii i: there are family of fireor nsor or aparty
conscious that the girls were whispering : no suggestion. them to battle with. j j NOTICE. I of fnecdi from the tame town or section

t behind me. However, I suppose "Never mind," said 1, abruptly "it It was past; 3 o'clock, instead of 2, be- :i ii i t All per-aa concerned will now tally J:i per"u<>o will*=nt. zit owTjpr be one large room a reduction of tea

they saw that I was not in a humor to be was a mistake:: ; it was nothing." fore I started, but I did set off at last; I I notice that, six months after date I win I! CAEZ or LindeHorses, per day. fifty cents;

trifled with, and wisely forbore from ,I At the same moment the back door I got my way! present to lion. Minor S. Jone, County ,: per week:, three dollars; per month ten dollars.

S offering me any more of their extremely opened, and in came the three girls, 1 r Judge of Brevard county. Florida, my (j: AMUSEMEXTS. AND ETCREATION."fS .
1 a ill received advice. By and bI saw ;.I! bringing a whiff of frost and buxom: To (:. ttrirlti. I I j I t vouchers as administrator with the !i:: and In-door\11 Game*1. La'of:n all Tennis kinds. Croquet: Fc t-Bi3

t them all three setting gleefully off with :,. health and jollity with them and still- I j I will annexed, of Thomas New. late or 1 j, TJUSI: (-e Horse aad Barrr. 'stWO wilt

their skates over their arms to the frozen I 1as I was not long in discovering- A rteg ar to Ue Pitied. I. said Brevard county. deceased, and that i; day contract fi.'t to nse it di-Jy frr one cr more hour eacb
of which I could catch possessed Scene I j I at the same time I will apply for letters !! i een costa per boor for each percn.i .
mere, a glimpse with that baleful: idea of iny ill -A lonely spot on a dark night, 1 Address:
tiff among its stiffened health. | "Would the gentleman'be so kind as to assist dismissorv from such admini.; rntion. W" G. PATTERSON
; This March 15. 1SS9.WM. ,
tween the brown limbs of sedges-be-I. "Jt nrnyt what are thinking of? a poor rant Beside this revolver I has soothing I .
is you MCCrxc ."' SHELBY PO. OR P. O.
in this wide world. *Boston Gazette n SWAXO ,
trees. I.watched- them till,their light J Out in the draught: away from the fire. 4S-Crao. Administrator,
1 etc.
I i .. Cleveland County, \. C. 10-2m





= AGENTS WA? TED. :tf2... .)


or MarreU of the Universe; a graphic description: ut
the wonderful things in Nature;thrilling adrentured
on Land and Sea-renowned discoveries of Treat ex
Preparatory to opening up and making Jacksonville, Fla. plorers. Published In English and German. P63 pages
Sii Illustrations. A GREAT BOOK TO SELL. Illustrated -
. for my Extensive and Varied clrrulars and extra terms to agents PJtEE.FOBS11CE .
I'm room Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., A McMAKLV. tlnclnnati. O.

Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos, Haines

.Bro' Pianos! Morris Pianos, Wilcox & PERFECT6)'COFFEE

Stock TITUSViLLE, FLA. "White Organs:; and Chicago Cottager MAKER.
; Spring *. / A new Invention for making
ff Coiee and Tea better than anything
I now in use; eaves X of the
. will Sell and Deliver at your nearest ,: Co Jtfe and can be used with any
station High Grade Coffee or Tea Pot. Sample will be
ent by man for twenty cents in
', ftam *. Agents Wanted to
send for full particulars of this
I have inaugurated a and other fan selling> articles
Forshee McMakin,CintlnnatlQ.
G-R.A.N'"D S85 Solid Gold
Pia Gen i Merchandise I Sold fir$1 OO.lIl1 watch.FREH
. i Bert tat wash In the
ii ,
i ptfr

CLEARANCESALE or ,anted Hunting Jlta"CM .. B s.' aa ladies'O u J
+oJ6eaU'ntea.K trMnrkaw
tua of ..q-al value.
.. ,, Onek'ereon.neachlo.
STORE. 10 / "titiy! eta ltt"Uc one tree.
pmri1e tirf tii t r with our !.::*and ulII -
R GANS ,J.e line..of These llou.eholtlsample. asWeil

u the wa:a.. ne unJ
Free and after 1 u hate kept
them in your hmme far 2 !!\u.u liol shown thrcn w those
I who m.,.have rolled,they become 11)1Ir own prorerv.. Thane
I at I 1';1: L: S MoNK V !Lan any other house in theT who" write at once. can be sire of tniYrn. : t': eS"atrh
T- .., .. and !iI"mpl We r>sy a 1 n;re" frMflt. '- Admsslltinson.1Y
I propose to keep t n:; 1 :- .;.' r v :jl !LII> a 1'iuiio or Organ to : Co.. hex .1'I'ortlaudMulne.
rig OFFEKING MY ENTIRE. LIXE OF I .i'iy liOLi t i ::. tor ncuii.ii cii trial, and it not --r-'
an fld. \:. and $.t'a .oLtli on a Piano, and$10 cash and I I.11b
A FirstClassGROCERIES Stock *5 a month oa an Orsiau till paid for-not much ,
WINTER morf than '.rdnury .rent.. Cu these cry liberaltenu j
arose tar < .u a lustrunieut. Send for
TREE C. ::.\I..GGeE ccntamins full information.
heet Music.Strings Violins, Banjos Guitars, Ac-
It. -OFNOTIONS- conleon and in fact, every Musical Instrument I
DRESS that: is made.atilt at \ ry low prices. Send for comp''tffitil .
NEAT AND PROMPT. 'nrae I hate 20000 piece* of Choice I
Music at 10 cent. J.t'r copy.I .

A. B. Campbell Jtu-onville! Fla. 4 4i 4i 5

: GOODS I I __ __ ___ DIAWW

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sot Ai; Cc>s-t.. i

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eat I iEMULSIONI ; { ;

- I [J 01 D J\-'! cD

. saoEsl: : I f OF PURE COD LIVER OIL I. tI Da td3 li y 1t, t


: -SUCH ASXOTKHKiDS.- )lt lls" Ladle & ('11ii HATS SHIRTS PANTS Almost as Palatable as Milk.

So disguised that it can be taken I CLEARANCE S-/-;; : :
- digested, and assimilated by the most
lITe.T: COiT.i SaOES.JB.A..TS: I I sensitive stomach, when the plain oil I June I to ug.I i : >
I rannot be tolerated; and by the combination ; J<
: of the oil with the hypopho i
i phitea is much, more efficacious.
LTT( a-lll .:'DS. Remarkable flesh $25oc.1
i as a producer. :

i Make Reductions on Many i i, Persons gain rapidly while taking it.SCOTT'SEMULSIONisacknowledged. i I AVerth of 1'tanot ant. ,, .. .

y I b 9 I from best makers to tieoutregardleasofeohtor" '. ...-:
jo Other Lines i I Physicians to be the Finest and Best prepa ".'_.....
9CLOTHING ration in the world for the relief and core of I Stock too larr.. lUn'tt.v.r 1tntocaahortstall
BILL-HEADS. ueis : .
a. An know can Save You Money on i GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING i I some.entirely NEW i>*. .\'J-
i DISEASES, EMACIATION, I INTfe not us".t a t...:
Purchase i COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS some*Nearly New-u,cc a .to-..

ST.ITE3IEXTS, : The great remedy for Consumptian, and ; months oily.i .
i Wasting in Children. Sold by all Druggists.If i some.naed fypnr or.o..- .:.ta.
used two to three y a

MY STOCK: OFSPRING I CIRCULARS. i :omefneSecondHanrl:n. .
any dealer say he has the W.L.Don cla.; iu ,
I Shoes without name and price I stamped oi I II exchange nntt .uinde "tourrepairFactory. ..... .
:NEST I Gent's Furnishiiis: Goods I the bottom, put him down as a fraud. JJe.f
I I-lte-struug.j Hectored> i!: .1 ore i
FOLDERS, I II and Action and wad gCu.t tort
yearn of Bert! ice. ,
! I II I t


I I Ii Ii I Your OWN TrKM r. ",t..t. '
i i I Very light Monthly Pa*'- "t*. i
et et : II orSmailCashl'aymentae.. ...: _i
! MILLINERY HARDWAREAND i t aaccIica yon get reas!. i

, %

. LADIES' HATS Give you all the time \.. '.t'<: '
hut SPOT CASH will !in"u'
I ; money. TRY CS OX. U .t rill:
RIBBONS 1 i DODGERS, 1 I II meet yon every time.

FEATHERS, 1 Goods.These I II I I

Ship Chandlery ,i '. A. I OS'I;
Have Commenced to Arrive. Thee 1 1 .\>"l ,

will be added to cou tantly. Al-o, I I ,: '\; ... ,, 4 I !:$50, $15, $100, $i hr. I II If :tJL.


'"ISITIXGRDS.. will be he main features of my ; $3 S HOE GENTLEMEN.FOR !I j $24, $35, S50, S75.i .

A M ..t Beautiful Line of all Embroidered business but orders sent me for anything Best in the world. Examine his i 1--- ,i
kept in store in Titu- I S5.OO GENUINE IIASn-S WJo n I 1I
yule will be promptly filled. Lc3.5a POLICE AND FAKMKKS' ti.OE.I i iF
I I (
I All made in Congress, Button and Lace. "fQCC I
And all over I Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens : W. L. DOUCLAS ; I ____ t t

i j ji !i i !WOE & BATES SJ.HJCA.:
I THEFLORIDA- Or any Country Produce my customers I Material. Best Style. Best Fitting. I I SA\'ANHAH, I
In White and Black friends brir.gto I If not old by: your dealer write I 1

Ladies Silk Mitts, Gloves, Etc. I STAR market.I Gentlemen Examine \\.. L. Douglas $2 Shoes;: for I!I

/1 large line of Corsets. from 50 cents FOUSALEBY i

to ?>.OO each.Gentlemen's. I
ask for a share of the public patro- ; I
age, and come as a supplicant, not a :, ,
I ..
die tator, asking for your favors.If I I Melbourne, Fla. ; .-" ':"" -" .-- .: i
Laundried and Unlaun- courteous treatment,good I i
---------- I
dried Shirts. goods and low figures is

the candidate for
The most Varied Line of Gentlemen's public favor, :

Straw Vats, bought cheap and Marked then I'melecteJ. Pianos & OrgansIf

Low Doun. :

I Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co.] i IFITS !

My Chilled Plows antI Snsrar* : I

Cane 3IilK want to
; you purchase a I
STOCK OF GROCERIES j : When I say CCRE I lo not nea s0 rely to
; Piano or Organ, write to the undersigned Etop them for a time,an-.l then httwin return
again. I )IE..A i.tDll.ALI.LF t:
; I I have made the disease of
.r Wa never more complete.I II or give him a call.
I pride myself on the Superior Butter, I I II Can sell you any of the in- FALLING SICKNESS,

Coffee, Teas, Crackers, Etc., I am enabled j I struments of the best and lead- 'I A ltfe-long study. I TTAHRAXT tnr remedy to

to offer the trade.I I i i CURE the worst cases Because others Lave
rosy ing makers at prices that defy failed is no reason for not now receiving a cure.
Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLEof
keep in Stock Plant's Flour-none i my INFALLIBLE EESIEDT. Give Expressand
better. ii competition. POt Office. It costs you nothing for a
; a i trial, and it will cure you. Addreas

_.a Grits and Meal arriving every week, II Ir I I H.C.ROOT,M.C.. I83 Pu&LST..HEIIYOtx
r ..- -- -- "'J' -_ -
insuring it Fresh and Sweet. P' -
Pin s and Organs sold on tie Install-I
Large Stock of IIaand. Grain at all I II Xoticc.

times. I %Ir'i Ii i lent Plan wtaiJesireJ' DiscounttaC&nrctamOrians. t : All concerned will take noti .' six

I I months after date I wnl j reent ray final
Moat close living prices made on all I I :5., r.R.Q'=c. 1. account to Honorable Minor Jones. County
I .
good in this line. I Judge of Brevard county, Florida, and
r. J pray for an order di-mi-sing m-: front the
All correspondence will receive prompt execution of the lat will and tt -tament,ofPhinea
.;:: ",.f.-- : ___- attention.
'" := late oi &aid
-;; ; D. Wes-on, county.

GEO. B. RTJMPH, E.GER, deceeil.

TITUSVILLE, FLA. s. a R. tJ V. ,i TItuviIe, Florida. 50-6mo. AdministratrixTHE -

r II

8 \ .

i i -For pineapple! lip* apply to Captain
'" LOCAL L.tCO.VICS.advertifement -Mrs. Tyler and two little daughters +

i of El Dora, are visiting friend in Titus I Zellers, schooner Manatee. Titusville.For I
-I"'leal are charged at 1 Minute a:,,) Procc-edincs of the Indian River .Spelling
ville. dwarf Cavendish banana plant
the rate of ten cents per line. Class.
address Mr. "9. A. Baugh. Melbourne, !
Mr. Nesbitt of Indianola,,
Simpson ,
week i
-Dr. ,V. S. Graham starts next .
; made firing visit to town yesterday Fla. 4Jlorfy and i I and $l.OO, and clasof
t for a two month's; vacation north. a : "Spelling class: stand up. Spell [ every tine shy

_ To-morrow h the great day we ought k just for a change." i .' jlviif! : Money to : define merchantI ." ; in proportion. >u-pender- from ; to; I

to ct'lthratc-lhe Fourth of July.Dr. -Mr. Frank White, of Georgiana,, : loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins i I ")f-e-r. mer, c-h-a-n-t. merchant person .: per paIr.. fine white shirts 4c.!* ;0<.-., j* i II i

a r Frank I i stopped here for a day last Friday on his I & Graham. Titusville. I who buys and sells good* at a remr.mI I, and $1.04. and the fi'i-ct white -hirt! i lethe I l
H. 31. Stafford ton, ,,
left-for the north lat Thursday morn- '.; way to Daytona to spend the Fourth.Dirnbaum':5 | -OJ'-ter shell lime of A 1 quality i is t all profit ; and we read that mall profits ::, town for $1.2' ; needles 2c., thretii i

store will now be kept j J offered for save by J..at5011 of Eli |I make quick -aleCorrect. ?." i ii i 2c., fine notepaperle.. per quire, ...\tl

4 ing. ; open every evening for the benefit of i Dora. Price furnished on application S ext: Spell pe." i open 2 to oc., very fine unruled linen ps
W. Mackenzie will i : lOco quire. In fact '
-:Mr. and Mr? G. i. I Ii per per they -
fII in those who want to take advantage of low -Mrs. Albert Faber was a visitor at : A-p-e, ape a per-on who ha no everything.and from the prices
Re-taurant again paddpa3tr
Tropical Tot
manage price*. Titusville la-t Thursday and Friday. brains of their own and who ha to make would think each individual article Vjk

f a few days. ; Archdeacon Carpenter arrived in Mrs. O. F. Laney accompanied :Mrs. Faber I j I use of other people"by aping or imitating intended a* a "leader." Haxen't't you yea ,

a --For rent-A nicely furnished house town Monday, registered at the Indian Ii to City Point.J. }I their actions and mode of doing I! the crowd going and con-iLg from there! agaura3:

z of three roomApply to :Mrs: E. H. I I child I have -.
of animal. True, seen the
things kind ;
i Titu-ville. River City Hotel, and left next morningfor A. Dur-t. of Crescent City. the F: ; al-oa an going down my there somewhere but cro I *& r

Titus his home near Sanford. I pioneer well- inker of the State of Florida |i "Correct again. Nest Spell Bazar." I.I posed, from the numberand also RQ tit*o day.
will be closed tomorrow !
-The postoffice -Rev. J. Bolton will hold morning I i5 i now; operating at Lake Worth, ; " Bazar the place : happy expre-sion on everylie's facetti aand

legal holiday), until the arri"alofthe and evening service at Hill's Hall, Cocoa I where all communication may be addreed I down on the corner by the depot where they were organizing a picnic or prepare on :

y evening mail. .I next Sunday, the 7th in-t. The and inf( rnatiou be obtained. c"cr"bodoe. :: to get bargain?; where .i ing to celebrate the declaration of JaUm

Captain R. C. May, of Rockledge. i Brantley service will be held on the 1, you can -buy cheaper for cash than you : C*- r. or some equally.. imj".nant event -
I -Mr. and )lr-. F. B. ackett. of Heath, But enongh :-a1( We had betters d. Mart
+ w? wa a passenger up on the steamer .St. second Sunday of this month July 14th. have been stopping at the Indian River 1 i can anywhere* el-e in the State. Why, I journ and go down there and do our t
I Lucie la t Friday.Mr. I I 1 the fir t-cla before tho*e bargainare wasJalj
i they are telling patent trading aj
-Stop at the Indian River City Hotel City Ho:(>j a few days the past ''''eck.e pod
and MrW.. F. Futch'- little ]leather Clipper for :E1.: ',". brogan-: '->c. '! gone. :
, ; when you come to Titusville. Salt and learn that Mr. Morten will build on hisi I ,ever
child died Sunday. The} tuneral waF ] free. Good boar of land Heath and -- -- -- --- ---
F' I I i =ulphur bathing pool I recent purchase at =-- -

heW Monday afternoon. 1 i Summer: rates low. Charmingly situated I i that Camp Brns. will also! make some ex- : 11
,, -Mr- E. M. IJree-e and daughter, of on the bank;? of the noted Indian River.* I ten-ive improvementMis BARGAINS !
I will
7 t' Rockle
View last Friday evening.Mr. :i Cincinnati, Ohio, June 27th, at o p. m. i 1-staving; at Cocoa for the pa-t few months, i fore

-: Walter Howland returned from I I by Rev. Washington Gardner. Dr Henry I returned to her northern home : !i Goods at Lower Prices than Ever\ centSan1-

hip trip down the river in the -lcKp! Clinton Hood of Wichita Kansa to Thursday morning. We notice that ,

I Houri I last Friday afternoon. He will I Miss Mary Minnie Brel-ford. of Palm I I lone of Cocoa prominent young men
another down the river in a I : Now is the Time to Buy.
make trip
.... Beach, Fla. I escorted her a* far a* Jack-onville returning Livi;

i'li few day Owing to the illness of Mr. Egger, ;i' the next day with a rather lonely! ;:3')

r -The; Tim".l",, ',n, of yesterday, says' who was wrestling with a Florida chill 'I expre.....inn on 1.5- t-ur.l beaming count I I \.'e: t"1lvhite hirt- from 3oc to S1.(i) each: La'lieRtufllcg.. ;c Titu
J1 i iI I I to ISc yard Pearl button, ?c to Sc doz.: Towel-. (Gf to 0-:: each'Handkercliiefs.
t P' Commodore. I WatK, the jolly and i il last .Friday and Saturday, the Sunday nance. per ; per ; :
i of the Indian River I i ii i I 3c to l'2c: each; Inn-. Ic: Hc-e..II e.*. 2c; : pencil3o tr oc: roai
energetic J 's di- r II
r manager morning service at St. Gabriel' was -The Methodi-t} Epi-copai church
l i i i I pen 1 points. 7; for oc: Dust pans be-t.: IGc; Lamp chimney 4c and &
Steamboat Company, was in city 'I II I
." 1! pen* with. Mr. J.V.. Huntington held their quarterly! conference at City I each and other article astonishingly low price.-. cda
: I many
.: 'irk yesterday. He says he lives in the mot I read the evening service that day. Mr.Eggeris Point, Saturday and Sunday lat ; R.. line

.. delightful section of all Florida. I I'i improving slo.vly J. T. Xixon. P. E.. in the chair. Con I COME AND SEE US. pba:
-The ladies of the Presbyterian Church -The Cocoa-Rockledge M. E. Sunday ference wa: largely attended The following : :
': held their fe-tival, a> announced, l last I School which was organized in February :I ] memberwere p recent : Rev J. I We Charge Nothing forCe Showing Goods.

'- Thursday evening at Reed & Steer's old last has now 7d member: enrolled, with Bolton. C. C. Temple \\-. H. Sharps E. I frei;

1- htand. The net IlrocEed"e learn, was:: I Ij. I an average attendance of 7J7.t Titn W. Hall, Jas. H. Owen, A. McCrory \ have 'cone- into th. businessnot:; for a few SeES or m onth5

about $9.00.) Another festival will beheld I II ville there are 72 enrolled, with an average A. L. Hatch.Ir.: Hatch was: elected only. but hire

I f. '.. to-morrow evening. I attendance of over .10. The financial secretary. All the report indicated I PERiV: ..A..NENTLYI put: !

C -The :steamer White leaves tbi morn- !I: department is reported in good condi- progress in Sunday School and general I And we trust by fair dealing_ to merit the confidence and patronage of Sea

1 II t, ins... on an excursion to New Sravrna: andthe ;, tion. church work. Church building at Roc the public. tern

:ft"? bar at Mosquito Inlet to spend the +I I -Captain Underwood carried out a ledge was reported to be in pro;ress: of.I Respectfully, Wa

Fourth of July at these places. She will of folks in his steamlaunchfor I erection. I
( woo
party young I S. .BELCHER: & CO.

f return Friday afternoon. Fare for the a run across the bay Sunday after-I -The new room* occupied by Sergeant: I _____ _________ __
: round trip H only $2.MMr. noon. He leaves to-morrow Her-ey at the Indian River City Hotel ,I cha

'4-. ; Geo. B. Humph} Lajust j received Hardeeville with an excursion party to are admirably adapted for business of ,:! Olyde !S1;e any: sl3Lip; Oo. ere;:

and will carry for the fall trade a full I#I spend the Fourth attending the picnic the Signal Service. Being located on I i r New York Charleston & Florida Lines. Ret

a line of Bradley's fertilizers acid phosphate and ball at that place. Fare for the the fourth floor overlooking the whole Ii sire

r kainit ah element. cotton reed round trip 7'j cents. town and a great scope of the river the I turn

pearl a-hes and cotton seed meal. He 1 1 situation i is more agreeable and pleasant
-:Mr.: S. A. Belcher has purcha-ed the pli:
will meet Jacksonville quotationwith i than the old quarterThe wind s'age
slap Osceola from Captain B. A. Circle,
freight added. gives the velocity of wind more accurately -
I paying $700 for her, Mr. Belcher givingin r
f be too, from a higher elevation, and a
Thechooner Manatee
clJir-1 his house and lot in way
part payment
large flagstaff from the roof above tbeerooms :
tered for carrying freight, or for trip '
O coa. The new owner will run the in 'J
enable* the sergeant to hoist the
anywhere on the coast. Freight; rauahvajs boat as a trade-boat as soon as he can be protha
Her make ; i American <.'() or>. which really i is appro-
rca onable.} captain
overhauled and painted. She is hauledout
the I priate to a government office. He i is to
of capturing manatee or
a at Simonson's *. lay
I way ]
be that he succeeded in ,
xa-cow. native only to the waterof I : congratulated The Magnificent:: Steamshipof this Line are appointed to *n\\] follows : Thf
South Florida. Further particulars- -Mr. O'Brien, of Micco, was in towna : moving the service to the new hotel. as I Standard Time.) fro

.. nished by J. W. Zellers Titu-ville, Fla. few days last week, having arrived here I i we learn that adver-e reports were forwarded I : do-
Wednesday and returned to Micco on by the in-pector of the service From Jacksonville toXe-w: York. ; From Fernandina to New York.
J. Q.Stewart has old his placesouth I .
-C'jjpt. > Sunday. He left Micco and came up while here for some rca-.(ms that are entirely 'CIIERO&EE; Thnrsnay, July.. (* at 8.0':1 m I! YEMASSEK.. call TVto=.Tr. !"t's;. .Y"h.I_ at3pa5t. ant(
-E"I\S'IE, Sundae 7 'tj
of Rockledge to Mr. Edgerton, of .. at ..; j : .. .. .: fio;
break in the SEMIlOLE Tharsdsy 11't -so Jim 8DII OLE. Fru;; pn
E the riser to repair a Jupiter I unknown. .. .. ..
1' i Kan-a$. for $100."e are informed. IROQTOI_. "Sunday, U, at <;,...,0 a. m !IEOQUOIS./ Iu i-u-y, ".. az:9pm Set
F telegraph line which he found near Co nER9KE Tl.urdac, 13, at 9:(M> a. m I i CHEROKEE, Frilar. 1"1 at ipm
On he purchased on Main street :: bE3IISOLE, Tc+diy, 16atJpmIROQrOI.
I Monday SEMISOLE, Sunda. :. at I1S4a. m I na:
coa. This is his first appearance in Consumption Surely Cured.To .. .. :. 2Wm inOQUOIS. ray: 19 atSpm
C. : Thursday, ?S at .. ..
the restaurant building belonging to of
: "EE. 23 at 4pm :
Titusville in quite a while. THE jDITO&-P1O iniorn. ycnr readers thatI YEI\SSEE. Snnday, -5. at :;OOj.mli'EMAS I .. ._ Tuesday .. :6&.pm
at i E. King. the consideration being $1,2(.*). Lave a posit.v > r-ni 1 Tuesday.
1I This property has been rented by Mr. J. -On the arrival of the teamer :St. By its tiik'-iv u-e thou*and, el hcpelet>s Sunday, 4 at 10:00 a. m I Th
>y r I cases hive been :-rw.1u:llthC cared. I shall Le
D. McDonald, who will continue the restaurant Lucie last Thursday with some of the glad to send tu? I..)ttt..,. .>f 1115 FLEE to any 1 of
i or your readers: "':.u Lave cjusuiupt: U they will For Information Regarding Freight and Pa -?ge, apply toJ.
buine<. negroes employed on the Jupiter and send me their exjrr! and post othce address.I.Ptf forth
? A LE>L1EL Jsnpt. JackeonMlIe.! T G. LGUi: Traffic Manager, 3 Ercudwav, \Ton:
I, S c Lake Worth of them .: \", J. A bTEAD. Ft'rnallJina
-The lads of Titu vile! are going tot railway one was T .\.. SLOCUir, :\!. C *, 1-., Fearl st Ntw York. JOHN L. HOWARD. T. F. A. };aebN1.mfF.1.. mO )W 6EP.. T I. \.. .1.1dnnac ,
I ; have a yacht race to-morrow between themOlquitt promptly arrested by Marshal Titus for :it "-)1. 1*. ('I..Y-; A (; ).. (.-neral .\ ;eiit-, l':: voltth W 1carve., I'liilailelphia : 5. Bow- da.
ling Green New York.
concealed He showed -:; ---
which number about five carrying weapon set
) *, .
:\ 10. K "l"L3t:- IJr Dour1. Ind ny :
altogether. Under the restriction no I' his revolver on board the steamer while 3ot.i c:yea: hi. t -\\. ::.- , allowed that is teu coming up the river, and when he wa > id' y Dickscn \ Grtj.Ti-. ta
a boat is to enter over !I tuS\ ROBBINS & GRAHAM :
i arrested said he was carrying it for another ,
I --
feet long, or that has a centerboard. I -- ----- T th
Budinot Pritchard's i* ten 1: man. The Marshal told him that : "Hj) te
Maier yacht( I I ,... ::
and carrie about seventeen i his taking care of it for another person i! ci
feet long : RoYr1 :;

; yards of -ail.: and eento be the exj got himself into trouble just the same I II. REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN A6E8B.t } J8

*#, j ectcd: ,,,,inneThe ronr-e will l>e from !/I.and that his excuse wa no good, and I L

the railroad dock to ,Vaer'-: wharf andy i! marched him off to jail. <

1.1 i return.. i I I IIr. !, -Messr Ray & Bryan, having completed i!i it ..ROYAL'A'p l W E/GNTotes'ttrm MO LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. Tlt

-) c.r.. Rollitiwho has been : t their work on the artesian well of : wtl :

''c known on Indian River for many ytai? I Ir."Y. R. Sanders, at Courtney, they Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.
I I Choice lob in rapidly growing Town:; will net investors 100
i .,. a> traveling representative om.e f the I will transfer their outfit to Tavares and i: per ::
cent. in twelve<< month- w.a
leading houses of the north arri\"f(11 vicinity, where they have contracts that Residence bits in Titiisville from 820 up to $1000. il:

here Monday evening and during the will occupy the remaining ummer
1 Business lots from 8250 to 82.5W.' 01
g entire day, yesterday,\\:15bu occupied 1 r months. Competition in sinking artesian U )

I h taking orders for )Ie5-r*. Hood. Bonbright welli i-: *o ]lively now on Indian I Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands, Otrt

& Co.. of Philadelphia. This i is the :' River that some of our contractor:* say I j
I7'I More than G.OOo.OOO( ( ) t Ac'ic- of Choice Lands, located in evert D
I :
i neaily
largest: firm dealing in dry good* in that i I there i* not much profit in continuing I
in the State MiitaMe for i:
county Farming Grazing. Fruit and Vegetable
r t, city. )Wananiaker owning a con ider- the buine*. Mr. McAllister! of Eau I
II Growing-Pine. Cypress and Cedar Timber aDd C:::
price 81 Acre
; able }portion of thetock himself. MrRollinV Gallie. seems to have cut the rate down i II I per tt
upward: .
'; FL many friendhere were glad to from the original price, and he claims''! 4iciN"I i
P. 0. Box !50 Titn.-ville.; Florida.A. I
1 Hre him. ,r!! to be able to make a fair profit s ill. ,; i! .
l t Yesterday afternoon( between three i ii i I,: -Dr. Dodson left for his home to-day ,i' a!i A. STEWART. GEO. M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.Clerk o

and four o'c1ockIr.' Marion E. Gruber !I! to bring additional facilities for the prosecution I POWDER jI j jI I Circuit Court. Atty. at Law M. P- e.
a I II f a.
I I met with the unfortunate accident of' of hi] profession in thi I place. I jf I S
t fracturing the right arm between the (,1.1 He says he 5 i5 come to stay, and as soon !i Absolutely Pure. f' OF TITLE COMPANY itt

bow and wrist. In getting: : out of a buggy,i a> he can rent or build a suitable office I Complete Abstracts of Title furnished Ca
to all lauds lu Brctard
f t near his residence he slipped or missed !; he will 'nail up his shingle with galvaniZe !! This powder never varies A nurrel cf puntj I j county Florida.
strength, and wi< le+omeness More economical | Cti,
E his footing, his entire weight coming up- i iron and
i! competition with the multitude of low test, short Perfected.
em the right arm. Doctor Wilon and ; with the fortunes of Titusville. His alum
eight or phosphate powders. Sold only mrans.
Graham were called and they reset the work gives unbounded satisfaction, and I' Sew.York Royal Bakinr Powder Co. 105 Wall Street, Box 250, Titusville, Fla. tiI tiC tiI

r fractured bone administering chloroform the people along this river are to be congratulated ---- __--

to ease the pain and relax the mu cles. f, on having secured the service j i w .A..NTED, SPECIAL OFFEB.--- r

; His right arm was previously dislocatedin of one who is not only a gentleman but t A MAX, of. Good Selling Ability, to New Varieties Peaches and Plums, $10.00 per 100. 1

nearly theme place and was badly ;, :a skilled artist in prosthetic dentistry.N'itrousoxide represent us as Sales-Agent in this Town. All orders before June will 00 hooked for fall dliveiy above price for :any of the a
200 to $2.000 per year can be made. following varieties : Kd wells Early and Late ,
reset ; this accounting for the fracture of (; gas will be used for the Arlington Bidyr ell Improved peento
i Address WANAMAKEK & Br.owx. Honey and Peento Peaches; Kelsey; Satsuma, Ogan and other budded 1
Japau Plums,
yesterday, as the physician thinks that painless filling and extraction of teeth Peach Plum :
f Philadelphia Pa on or stock as preferred; trees three to four feet lush.; Term;, 10 per cent s
i! had not the arm been broken before the ; !/> that no reasonable excuse can standin The Largest Clothing and Merchant with order, balance before shipment. j j bright Cotton Seed Meal, $_:).OO) per ton. f

fracture would not have happened. I the way of neglect in this direction. tailoring House in America. JOHN B. BEACH, IndianJRiKrer !\ Melbourne FJa.II t..

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