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 10, 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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I 11'1! thClea. THE FLORIDA STAR. .

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; I.t I. VOL. X. TITUSVILLE, FLA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1889. NO. 12.

en"tJ- Local Happenings. Cocoa.
en Melbourne. than we thought-an energetic commu- State iVeivs
>PI- to note that Mrs. R. PPaddison Two or three more "drummers" in
:rkeep -We regret Warm weather. nity of both men and women. Like The Fort Myers hunters

-s vca has been ill for some few days; town this week. Rain and mosquitoes was the pro- most of the back-country people theyare that bird plume and ,gator are hunting agreed is

len "aa hope he will soon be herself Mrs. E. P. out for this
spa but Porcher and her little daugh gramme last week. engaged in stock-raising, having played season.

there troxdi P31a. .ter Beatrice, of Courtney, spent last Saturday I Mr. C. H. Stewart has been the large herds of cattle and hogs, which The Sanford Daily J\fascotte has sus-

' -Mr*. A. E. Dugas, of Augusta, Ga., at Cocoa. river up they drove across country from near Orlando pended, for the heated term, but says it
for a pleasure trip for a few
I @Dp. iris registered at the Grand View, Mon The Methodist! Sunday School continues days. to their new homes. There are will come again when the demand revives.

bthe for She left next morning for Cocoa, to be popular, and each Sunday new Not so very warm. Gentle showers some good old-fashioned families there, Sheriff Turner of Volusia has sent a

',that a visit to her father and mother, Mr members are enrolled.Mr. instead of floods and mosquitoes not so beginning with Mr. Andrew G. Henderson largely signed petition to the Governor {
r on extremely bad. praying that he be not removed from
Jlrs. Peck.In and his family of ten, next comes
J ulial L. C. Oliver, of Titusville, spent a
of the illness of MrMartin few Capt. Harry Shaw's schooner, the Cor- David Hunter and family of seven, Jas.
eventr consequence in Cocoa last
days week. He
Sam Loon
was a Chinese
t ;, a laundryman, of
' rinne, of Ormond, is down the river with Herndon and of five '
G. '
14.C 3Irs. Happersett's singing class Redding "
guest of the Delmonico.Rev. hey est, had$500 stolen from him last
C 0 Cdrefl transferred to the residence of Mrs. a party of five or six ladies. Captain Hunter and family of three, John H. week, and then had a fight, in which he

tras Monday evening. The absence of James Bolton preached in Hill's Harry is deservedly popular. Fisher and wife and Mrs. Fisher's sister, came out second best.
Edge! Hall, Cocoa, Sunday last in the
jereral members was noted. and morn Capt. Will. Campbell's sloop, Cupid, Miss Mamie Watley, Miss Martha Hen- Lucius Marcile, of Port Orange, had a
again at night.
the beach made a trip down the creek last week, I derson, James H. Henderson, Lewis J. preliminary hearing at DeL and on the

_Excursion to Saturday Mrs. C. H. Watson, wife of Purser Watson stopping at Mr. Hector's store for two i 1 Bird, Allen B. Henderson and Frank R. charge of selling liquor. He was bound
, Julv! 13th. The steam launch Livinier over in the sum of 200
. of the St. Lucic, was a pleasant visitor tons of fertilizer, to be used on the I Hunter. Each head of a family, and most I
-ui Wager's wharf at 7:30 a/m. '
leave at the Delmonico Saturday last. Campbell Brother's groves of oranges and of the young men who have attained The Sanford city council, at its last
returning so as to arrive at Titusville before meeting Monday night, decided to bond
Miss Hattie Wilkinson who has beenoft' lemons. their majority, have settled home-
1 dark. Fare for the round trip, 50 on the town for $43,000, $33, OO of which is

111J to school in Virginia, is home at Mr. B. W. Jerome, of Sebastian, steads and are engaged in erecting homes for drainage and$10,000 for school houses.A .

J cents.-Colored excursion to the beach on Rockledge for her summer vacation. stopped at the Goode House: last Thurs- and clearing lands. Being near the fa- young man tried to paint Orlandored

Mrs. Mercier and little daughter Edith day, on his way to his former home at yorite haunts of the bird, they devote one night last week after the mannerof
I Sunday, July 14th. The naptha launch, their leisure moments to the amusementof the western cowboy. Moral: $75 and
have gone off for the summer. They will New London, Conn. He will return
tinnier, will leave Wager's wharf at costs, and the town wasn't half painted
visit friends in Hendersonville, N. C. about October 1st, and probably be accompanied 'gator hunting, which is profitablealso either. ,
7:30: a. in., returning so as to arrive atTitusville
keeping them well with
. 7c several friends. supplied
MrsV.. Wilson of with her by
before dark. Fare for the ready cash ,,while and Thirteen was the crop of marriage licenses
:ach; round trip, 50 cents. little girl, Ruthie, went down to Eau On Friday last the Maud F., with Dr. One crops groves are issued by the Orange; county judge .
coming of the
oc: : Gallic a few days ago to visit friends at Schofield, Mr. and Miss Moore and Miss on. gentlemen, we for the month ending June 30th. Four
xthe -Mr. Geo. B. Humph has just received hear, to supply the Melbourne
that place.Dr. Kate Eyre ; and Mr. Lapham's boat, proposes were to white and nine to colored resi
and will carry for the fall trade a full market this coming winter with the dents.
L. T. Daniels the Cocoa dentist with Mrs. Laphiim, Miss Ollie and Mr.
line of Bradley's fertilizers, acid phos- choicest home-fattened fresh pork.U. The Jacksonville Times-Uliion the -

pbate. kainit, ash element, cotton seed returned home from his week's stay in Homer Lapham left Myrtle cottage for D'Oxonu. sentiment_of the people in different says sec

pearl ashes and cotton seed meal. He Titusville well pleased with his prospectsof Cocoa. Another party is expected down tions of the state is overwhelmingly opposed -

will meet Jacksonville quotations with business at that place.A this week. Transportation Vs. Red Tape. to the scheme to annex West Flor-

freight added. small Episcopal Church is soon to Mr. W. Campbell has extraordinarysuccess TILLMAN, FLA., July 1, '89. ida to Alabama.S. .

in transplanting cabbage palm G. Brooks, of DeLand, left Thursdaywith
be erected at Merritt, just south of the
-The naptha launch, Liviuier, can be Editor Florida Star: a crew of men for Lake
trees. Those set out a for Mr. Apopka,
Curtis Dr. has year ago
hired hour's notice take place. Carpenter already where he has
at to
one On June 18th, 1889, there was shippedto the.contract for moving a
Hector have
secured enough for the .forgotten they were ever 58-foot boat from that
parties to all points on Indian lliver. money necessary lake to St. Peters
of building of the same. disturbed ; and of the large number set me by Southern Express, for which I burg for the Orange Belt Railway.The .
from 16 to 20. For
Seating capacity
out for the Melbourne and Atlantic Railway hold their receipt, a box of rare plants.
terms, apply on board the launch at Mr. James anders, attorney-at-law, Said box had been loafing along until Braidentown board of trade committee
Co. and for Dr. DuBose not one has has found
7,825,572 of
Wajer's wharf, or address W. P. Under- Titusville, came down to Cocoa Tuesdayin failed to June 22d, when it is supposed to have freight that had been shipped to and
wood, box 70, Titusville, Fla. 12 the interest ol Mr. S. Rider, to see
reached Titusville; or, at least, I received from the river during the past two years,
- -The ladies of the Presbyterianchurch that the\ goods and not the people were We are sorry to hear that Master Geo. a red tape card stating such to be and say that they are only about half
Adams met with a painful accident on done.
sold at the Rider auction sale.
will hold their bi-monthly ice the case. Only four days from Oviedo,'
) the Thursday trip of the Georgiana.With .
cream festival to-morrow evening at Mrs. A. E. Dugas and children, of Augusta Fla., to Titusville! I received the card, The state papers are all complaining of
a strong easterly wind the boat is too much rain. But Florida is
Heed & Steere's old stand, on Main Ga., reached Cocoa on Tuesday.Mrs. on June 25th ; went to Melbourne, there in
sometimes blown against the banks of this unwarned song. She is getting
street Half of the proceeds will be Dugas is a daughter of Prof. and mrt Mr. Carl Curtiss, who filled out the daily showers, while other states from
shell and sand thrown by the dredgein
tarcetiXnto the school fund for this Mrs. W. H. Peck, and will make her up card and said he would see that the box Connecticut to Texas, .are getting del
the canal, and the hands have to
pI"! The ladies will have accommodate home with them during her sojourn on go was forwarded at once. On June 29th J I uges.
over and push her off. George was so
fur all patronage this time. Indian[ River. went Melbourne, expecting, of course, Car sheds are being built for the Florida -

engaged, and slipping accidentally, he to find the box but it waited Southern Railway on the lot at Pa-
Last Thursday the Fourth of July Dr. Hughlett left last week for New was non est;
threw his hands out to save himself from latka formerly occupied by Blaine Bros.
rwa? about the dullest Fourth ever seen York to buy the drugs, etc., for the new I Falling ; one of them caught beneath the i for the steamer, still no box. Then Mr. car works. It will be large enough to

,in Indian The Gibbs telegraphed to the agent at Titus hold all the
Titusville No celebration had been River Drug Company. drugstore connecting rod, and a protruding bolt passenger coaches at one
is fast and will ville to forward it by first steamer, and, time.
provided for the day, and the only event nearing completion, was driven through it, breaking one of

tint added any interest was that of the be an ornament to Cocoa as well as a )11e bones. The wound was dressed as owing to the beautiful schedule of our John O'Donovan has resigned the officeof

lower river steamers, it cannot reach me inspector of customs at Pensacola
juvenile yacht race in the afternoon.The useful acquisition.Mr.
well could be done with materials at
/ as which he has held since Mr. McGuirewas
until July 4th, if It does then. Now had
: merchants kept their stores closed Tom Hardee,one of Indian River's hand, and Dr. Fee telegraphed to be on given the local collectorship, and
the been cast-iron
from 12 m. to 5 p m. The postoffice was i "old bachelors," bas just had a pretty hand on arrival of the boat. George has package or dry goodsit John Klumker has been appointed in his

::. closed and Postmaster Gruber enjoyedone little cottage built on his orange grove been steamboating for several years, and would have come on without all this stead.

day's vacation. The national ensign at Rockledge. From its tiny size we his many acquaintances will be sorry to red-tapeism; but it was delicate plants Mr. Dobinson, of Orlando, has in his

IID floated from the flag-staff of the Signal judge that he intends to remain in "sin- hear of his misfortune.Mr. and could stand the racket. I know this, possession a very large specimen of a rat-

IIII Service office over the new hotel, and gle blessedness." for my son had a set of photograph in- tlesnake, killed by Mr. A. G. Speir on

n Frank Stranahan, who has been a struments come by express, and they the Kinks of Ekonlochatcheee creek. The
a numerous little flags adorned the peaksof Mr. Joyner, the boat builder, is at home actual length of the serpent was 7} feet
little under the weather for some time came through without red
a the any
roofs of Indian River City Hotel. and it was decorated with 24 rattles.
visit St.
S The STAR again, after a pleasant little to past and lately been taking a rest at Ir.Branch's while living plants are completely bound
III office was also gaily decorated.The has The cigar-makers C. Soria's
that he
Augustine. Mr. Joyner says [ sea-side had small it. Now that R. T. card at cigar
cottage, a by according to ,
of the fire-cracker and the popof before in factory at Key West, struck Tuel'Sday..on
not been doff with the boys" -
party of friends call him on Thurs- the box was four days from 0 vie-
the torpedo was not heard in the land, upon coming account of their dislike to the under-
for/every small interested in six years. He and his family have moved day last. It being the Fourth, a number do to Titusville, about three hours' run foreman over them "upstairs." However,
boy was
the into the coquina building over the post.. Melbourneites concluded to celebrateat with the cars, and at this writing the this was soon settled by the manager,
yacht race. They devoted the entire who dismissed the obnoxious
&y before office. :East Melbourne, and as it always box has been on its way here thirteen foreman.
the Fourth to their yachts, I.
The Maud F. sailed into Cocca last rains on the Fourth, they went to the days, and not here ;yet. Why, a man Bartow Courier: A French gentlemanand
seeing that sails, rigging, etc. were iri
of African descent stood in
lady the
Friday with that merry party on board Branch cottage. All enjoyed the trip might take a little trip to California and
proper shape, and covering their minia- open street on Monday last and were tied
tare crafts with stove polish to make who have been enjoying about a ten days' and the day, the bath in the surf, and back in this time.I by Judge Tucker, of Lakeland, in that

then outing Myrtle Cottage, Melbourne the refreshments. On the return walk would like to know if this red tape knot which only death or a Chicagocourt
lip through the water easily.) After
dinner Beach. Miss Kate Eyer and Miss Carry Mr. Downey and Miss Susie Johnson busines is to be continued? If so, I will can untie. They were married be-
a large crowd gathered on the
; Moore could boast of the healthiest color, were a little in advance of the rest of the call a halt. Not another dollar will I tween showers.E. .
city wharf to the start. :McDonald'syacht
as well as the brighcst of smiles. They ,party ; when the balance of the company send away for plants with which to make H. Gato,of Key West, laid off about
first crossed the line, followed by 150 of his
Levi were certainly "sun-kissed" maidens.Mr. / arrived at the place where some coloredmen our home attractive, for it is throwing cigar-makers Saturday evening,
Young in the scow "r- / and a few more suffered the same fate
Then came Jule Knox with his wave- and \lrJ. Chas. Smith, who have were clearing they found an immense money away. There will be thousands of Tuesday. They are only] temporarily discharged -

fitter; followed by Budie Pritchard recently come on Indian River and taken rattlesnake transfixed with a fork, strawberry plants wanted this fall, but and will be re-employed as soon

*Ho I their abode at Courtney, spent Tuesday which had been lying where Miss Susie who will take the chances, when it takes as the new tobacco crop comes in, which
crossed the starting line last. The : up will be in ten
breeze at Cocoa with Mrs. W. H. Peck. must have passed within three feet of from thirteen to sixteen days for a pack- days.

withdrew.springing up stronger, the scow They are charmed with the Indian River him We fancy Miss Susie will look age to come one hundred miles or less? Governor Fleming has offered a rewardof
Completing the first round $200 each for the
both sides of the forsome I[ cannot and will not unless the capture of the murderers
and while jibing. Budie Pritchard cap- country and think this a good summer carefully on path ex- of James Robinson, and $250 for

lled. but as he had gained a great deal watering place. There have been very time to come.Anotherentirely. press company will give us quick transit the arrest of William Adams, charged

n .the first round ho concluded to bailout few mosquitoes here this summer. unpremeditated meet through to destination without red tape. with assaulting Isaac: Roberts with intent -

and try to retrieve his position. He ing took place Melbourne Beach it My box was billed through to Tillman. to murder, and the murder of Zeb
Mr. H. J. Tiffin, who owns seyeral ;
started again but was forced to double I What has become of the red tape card? Wright, all of Jackson county.
reef the sail before completing the orange groves at Courtney, is a believerin being so handy and so easy to ride across I I
grinS the capsize and reefing McDonU artesian wells. He has just had one the peninsula that several parties headed' I[ do not know. I signed it and gave it Walker, Evans & Cogswell, of Charleston

< a Ii to Mr. Curtiss. Such delays are very discouraging have been awarded the contract to
yacht still ahead and that Each arrival
going unk at his Hall Hammock place, where way. was surprisedat build the iron vaults for the of
ttoed the line first but and will cause to hesitate county
finishing ,
was many
the of the others. "And still
sled to take second for hc is growing a large crop of sugar-cane, presence Putnam, to be completed within thirty

*jx>und one of a the stakes prize as he not ought going to. and at a depth of 165 feet he has a flow of they came and still the wonder grew" in purchasing plants when they are day*, at a cost of 1085. These vaults

B adie till 40 at the mercy of a monopolistic express will be placed either in the court houseor
Pritchard won first prize of $7.00 JOT000 gallons per day with a 2-inch nearly persons were present ((39

Ind pennant ; Dome McDonald won sec- ipe.. :\Magruder has sunk three artesian was the exact number). The Myrtle cottage company, who cares for no one except the wing, as the committee decides. .

JJd!prize. $3.00; Jule Knox third prize, wells for Mr. Tiffin. party were there, of course. Mrs. their own ease and luxury. Why the As the pilot boat was crossing the bar

at! This: pennant can be challencad Valentine and Mrs. Miner had provided agent at Titusville did not turn the box at St. Augustine on Saturday on its way

any time, so that another race will Major George Cecil arrived from Jacksonville over to the Indian River Steamboat out to the schooner Caroline Hall a big
refreshments which knows
JOn> be arranged for, no doubt. The ed- and everyone
on time Tuesdaymorning sea struck the bows and overbalancingDan
I tell. Was he afraid
tf the STAR for all. The Company cannot
jwr irretrievably lost his meant plenty day was too Allen who
rep I the railroad meeting took place that afternoon was steering, threw him
scow as a boat sailor by capsizing the in Hill's hall at Cocoa at 1 p. m. short for the many enjoyable features, hey, could not pay, the fifty. cents overboard. Luckily he heM on to the
after -
she had withdrawn from the I At this writing your correspondent can- which wound up with a short race between charges-: Jir. UIDOS has told the agent tiller lines, and after being towed a short
tree while
.k I '"llb the attempting to carry full sail I not give an account of the progress of the yachts Flirt and Sailor Boy, frequently to forward express matter for distance was hauled on board none the
I II heavy breeze. This event caused I it i is still in session. A worse for his ducking.The .
"o much the meeting as this section and he would be responsiblefor
fun for the crowd that he does in the latter got slightly Altogether
.-, net mind the loss I number of prominent men came to the all charges. Was the great (mogul) Orlando Sentinel
of his reputation for and the affairs, so far, look very I the occasion was one to be remembered says: Captain J.
by o&t sag n&wnicuhasbeen rained solely meeting, i and marked with a white agent at Titusville afraid of Mr. Gibbs ? B. Pa'rramore, on his recent trip to California -
this being his first 'ze. After thc promising. in Tennessee met Captain J. W.
caps I do not know the agent's intentions, but
i,7 regatta wajj over the amateur yachtsmen The Rider auctio'u sale came off, to the stone. After ni htfallIessrs.. Frank Childress, formerly of this city. In con

.j a big time at Captain I)n'tcl and'*, surprise i of everyone, on Tuesday of thi8week. i Stranahan and Guy Metcalf came down it looks queer to see valuable plants held versation with him Captain Children

t:1d it must not be left unsaid that it I Twice before Mr. S. Rider has seta I to Myrtle cottage and spent a pleasant and hardware, etc., forwarded withoutred said he had just seen ex-Governor Brownof

w'u Owing to the exertions of Miss Katie d Jayf( r the sale of his goods, but credi- evening with the ladies. tape cards. G. W. ID\ER. Tennessee, who had recently been

she"cuard that the race was a success, asreonallr I! tor? TI' clocK'\Injunction upon the things uithIr.. H. B. Plant, and in conversation -

ilr solicited the merchants to t08ff the disappointed We mentioned, two weeks ago, the At Gainesville Saturday the Florida'' the latter gentleman said that if
> the prizes and otherwise pa sea, m a distance to ob- low rates had virtue he and Mr.
looked after any
tae peo etc settlement south-west Melbourne.. In- Southern transferred to the Savannah,
arran.ements of the affair. The time tail dIe s, an d to return empty Flagler were going to fill Florida chockablock -
h zed names of the boats not having been nhe, die >tow its -t beard )yet bow quiring further-concerning the place we Florida and Western 2,400 packages of with tourists and settlers next

aaded to Us we cannot publish them. I find there is a larger number of settlers vegetables for eastern market winter.



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had, as I tell you, for some reasonless wastoj much occupied with my own I tend to poke the fire dad ask if Fwould red with confusion at my owintnisiveness. a

f reason, not seen his face, though it must thought: to notice the weather or the like to take anything. I refused and : .
Irs. Smith of
longmains. have been turned toward me as he en- 12.I1dscaxxmuch.. I was worried with inquired how far they called it to Lone "I am afraid this" is rather a htahct:

tered the room; but as he knelt at the the stupid effort (which yet I could cot << mains. at which to call said I constrained]

fire I saw his back-saw it so clearly help] making) to recall that remark of "To Longmains, m'in? About three she tried to put in a faint disclai o

B, RHODA BROUGIITON.f that I felt that, stooping in the same 3Irs. Smith's, which had immediately miles m'm; not quite three miles but it '"but the fact is I met with anon

r attitude over the flame should recognizeit preceded the knock at the door in my is not a good road." my way. My carriage broke

among ten thousand. I saw it far dream. In vain, no glimmering of it She left the room again. Only three in Salcote something went wrong
more distinctly than as I drove along I would recur to me I was still cudgel- miles! To have come so near and then the aria tree.

got my way, always a pleasant thingto saw the frozen pastures and the shivering ing on my restive memory for i it when turn back? Should I not turn back? "Indeed! I am very sorry," perfecih
do. But I think in this the
pleasantness -
case sheep. my attention: was awakened by the carriage Should 1 go on: As I hesitated again 1 politely, but still with that undugoj

111 inseparable from making one'awill Mrs. Smith had risen from her chair stopping and the footman appearing saw that kneeling figure: stealthily! ; rising ble look of astonishment and expects
% override the wills of other people
and walked to the other side of the small at the window. with its backward traveling hand. : explanation. It must be remember ]
reduced low it well could be.
was as as
I looked round with shiver. I wished that she had been living twelve
"If you please, the coachman is afraid a years b
I was setting off on a raw winter after- room, where she stood doing something and
the that
he is not sure which of these roads he the histhat would come in again; I wished neighborhood I had a ,
with wind barometer of furniture
noon, a rising falling -I did not know what-at a piece -
ought to take" I was not alone in the room. I shut I j no slightest attempt to visit her befora.
and thickening snow, upon a twelve with drawers ia it. I was not
I j "And I had to wait till
and still before them that so a fly
mile drive along a rutty road, to visit a looking at her, but at the man, and suddenly I put my head out.Ve were at three my eyes was be ready which threw ccdl
get ina 1
woman whom-despite the stoutness of I found myself wondering what cross roads. kneeling figure kr
my assertions to the contrary to my that was that I saw sticking up dimly "Why, there is a sign post!" said I, I must go on! I would go on! At the still, continued I boldly.

children-I scarcely knew;against whose visible out of his coat tail pocket. As I tartly. "Why do not you look"' same moment the landlady entered to j I She; again repeated: "Indeedrthat aj

husband mine had a rooted prejudice wondered, I became aware that he was "If you please, the names are all ; tell ne that a fly was at the door, and I t] she was very sorry, adding that tha
rubbed out." followed her out There it stood, with Salcote flies were very bad ones; bet
and for her into more intimate stealthily rising to his feet, and that
J.If' relations with whom I was well aware his hand was cautiously traveling to his Here the coachman leaned from his the horse's head-it was a dispirited, the puzzled look grow acuter, I

i" that he would be less than moderately pocket in search of that very object box to join in the conversation. :. disappointed head, poor beast-turned could fcllov the chain! of thought tJ1a:

grateful to me. Why, then, was I doing which had arrested my attention. In The snow is coming on very thick, toward my own home and the footman was running through her mind as PaitJ1!

; r it? This is the question I am about to another second he had drawn it outitwas ma'am; I doubt our getting to Longmains -i holding the door open. I got in. as if it had been written on a pied

answer, and when it is answered you a reT'ol\"er-had cocked it, aimed it to night." l|| "Home m'ini' asked he touching his I parer before me. That my carriaa

will probably think me an even greater at his mistress' head and fired! '"At all o:eats we will try," replied I ':1 hat, and evidently in no doubt as> to the should have broken down, and that jet

t fool than did my girls, who were ignor :i There was a thud, a horrible thud, with decision. "Go slowly along whichever I j i answer. I should have been so determinedly re.

ant that I had any reasons beyond native I that I heard plainly even now as I drove read you think looks most likely i j| "No," said I desperately: "to Long- II solved to circumstances visit her as to in push on in tie!
teeth of
a moldy
mains. fljj
; pis headedness. : along in my safe brougham, and I woke until you a cottage or some inn a !, :
t pass and
i o'clock such
i 6 at night, on a
I For instant he looked nigh
It would be putting the amount of !! an staggered, asif ;
that if which
screaming-screaming so loudly you can ask. ; the her total
thought that I was apt to devote to Mrs. : doubting his own ears: then prepared was problem, inability
: anyone had been occupying a room near I was obeyed. We moved slowly infa |I she
y Smith far too high to say that I thoughtof I '! to get on the box. sol"e"hieh was perfectly unable t>
I mine they must have been awoke by the dismal uncertainty for some way; in the I
could her.
her once a year. She had certainly : I I j "Stay, said 1; "you must not come .disguise nor help
sound but it
; ; as happened, nobody was. waning light the figures of the two men
crossed mind the l I with me. You must find own It was utterly impossible I coaJJ
never on previousday. : your way
r my : The girls were separated from me by a with their whitened hats and great coats, I had
I home and tell the ladies not to be tell her what motive brought oa
: ,
Why, then was it that no sooner long passage, and the servants were in indistinct. Then we stopped again. young
was I asleep last night than I was with I grew .I!l alarmed. however late it may be before Had she been another kind of wonna: I
an entirely Praise heaven
region. we had met some one! I
I return, and tell him to and driveas might possibly have confessed myself ts
her? It would have seemed natural that go on i
let down the look and listen
The dream had been to much more glass to ;yes
J who all hours had ; quick as he can." her; but being such as she was I feh
i. during my waking real than reality that it must have been there was a whitened countryman standing I.
been with husband his I i, I was off; we clattered with a bpuriousj that 1 had sooner bo torn in pieces by
some minutes-it seemed to me hours- in the snow, bring questioned. He
t'I I
return -I j briskness: until we had left behind us the wild horses. As we were toilsomely].
I i before my reason could assert itself was deaf apparently; and it was some
should, if I dreamed at all, have ; streets of the little town. Then wo ink to keep up a conversation rendered
time before he could be under-
I enough to tell me which was which. I got to
of I dropped into tired crawl in which almost inpossLle by our relative
dreamed Ho a
him. never once crossed I we positions
I stand the drift of the addressed
do not know how long it was before I at interrogatory -
my brain. I had other absorbing subjects I" continued. The horse was evidently all the batler entered, bringing tea.
summoned resolution strike to
I length to
of interest, an attachment of Sue's, up 1; but done. All! but for me, he might As he set down tha tray on tha tea tableI
light, and shaking with terror eo thatI When at length he did I gathered
I that I disapproved of and over which I I i! have had his poor nose in his manger! could not help stealing a sidelocg
from his and
could hardly hold the candle to get out words gestures as well as
worried head and had not erred the at his face. It told nOth
heart through many | They certainly on glance mo :1:.
of bed and examine the room for some the wind would let me, the reassuring
.an anxious hour; a budding taste for I I indication of what could have been the I information that we had come wrong I side of exaggeration who had told me I had never, to my knowledge, sees it
play in my eldest boy; debts of his to be I I '! that the road not It before nor! vrcs it ono that I should era
I cause of that dread, dull noise, which I And, as ill luck would have it, the road was a good one.
hidden from his father fear : have noticed. But then neither had I
i ; a wearing abominable. I tossed in the
could by no possibility believe to have had narrowed so much that we had to was was up
lest my excellent younger son should ; !! air and hundred times seen the? dream: face. It had bean a-
existed only in my imagination. I go on for some distance before finding a caught again a
break down under the strain of his examination I i 1: like and ball the monstrous accountably hidden from me. As soon
I searched in vain. The windows were place wide enough to enable us to turn. a cup by
for the Indian civil service. all securely fastened; the door bolted, as '1 So that it must have been fully half an !! ruts; the fly smelled rampantly of straw as he had left the room I said abruptly
Yes, I had a choice of nightmares in and fust and eaten cloth the "So you have lost your old butler."
I had left it over night. The pictures hour from the time of our first passing worm ;
I my stable, a row of skeletons in my winds blew it. If A fresh access of surprise overtook
hung on the walls; there was no brick it before we found ourselves once piercing through any
closet, any one of which would, one ,< one in after time asked what her, as 1 saw. How did I know thai
the ever me
fallen from the chimney on the hearth; again at finger post; that blind
might think, have furnished the stuff I I was the distance between Salcote and they had an old butler?
not even a handful of soot or a starling'snest. leader of the blind. The dark
for my sleeping thoughts as they did un Nothing, nothing anywhere. had fully fallen before we found i!'j: Longmains, I always answered thirty "Yes," she answered slowly, "wo kept

:eaainglyfor my waking ones. Not at I crept back to bed, still quivering in ourselves rolling noiselessly as snow i i miles. And I really believed it him as long as we could, poor man: ,because
All! I passed them all by, to dream we were so fond of him, but be
I At last however
every nerve. I must make up my mind could make us over the cobblestoned we stopped at a gate,
v wholly, connectedly, and with an aston i the driver down there grew so infirm at last he had to go"
that the whole thing had been the work streets of a little country town. got ; was no lodge;
ishing vividness of Mrs. Smith. of "This be Salcote said I I and after interminable fumbling he "And your present one?"
my own fancy, preternaturally alive : to myself opened
I was with her in a I '
room-a room
in sleep. Good heavens! Could the ; "I know that Salcote is their it, and we passed through. There "Our present one? repeating my words
had never, to knowledge, been in
I before; presumably my Long rains, whose power of any imagination be adequate to Courage! We can't be very far off tOWD.1 were three more gates, at all of which with a puzzled air.

doors I had never entered. It was a presenting to me with the astounding "Let no one holloa before they are out he fumbled, so that when at last we "Yes: do you like him? Had you*

room simply. No feature of it impressed vividness mine bad done the figure of of the wood!" I d.rewup at a hall door I had the pleasureof very good character with him?"

itself with any,distinctness on memory that man, kneeling with his back to me : This thought had scarcely passed hearing the bouof 6 tolled distinctly Her eyes opened wide at my extras

as I have heard has often my been the by the fire and stealing a covert hand to through my mind before I was consciousof by several clocks within and without the dinary curiosity.

S case in other vivid dreams. On reflection that coat pocket. I shut my eyes. StillI a jolt, severer than any that the snow I' house. "Well, I am afraid that we were a

f I was not sure that I should knowit saw him, and with such distinctness I wrapped pavement of Salcote could in- s little imprudent in his case. I am sere

again. Of one only fact in connection felt that if I put out my hand I must flict; the carriage gave a sort of dip on : it is very good of you to take an interest

with it was I quite certain, and that touch him. I lit another candle. The one side: in an instant the horses were j in the matter."-"For good read impertinent

1t was, that as we sat together at the fire, more light the better; still, I saw him. pulled up on their haunches, the foot ," commented I, internally.-"Bet

the door, the only door the room possessed I hid my head under the clothes; still I man off the box and holding the carriage I I the fact is, there seems to be a little

was on our left hand saw him. The cold sweat stood on my door open. '! mystery about the reason why he 1 left

a ? We were sitting, as I say, together by forehead. I lay in an agony till daybreak "If you please, m'm you will have to | his last place. However, Mr. Smith took :

the fire. There was a clock on the man- ; and when the reassuring light get out; one of the wheels has come off." a fancy to his appearance and so we eagagged :

+ .',I tel piece; what kind of clock it was was began to creep in, I became a little more I did not need a second bidding. In an him. But I do not know,"formally

: dim to me; but there was a clock, for 1 able to summon to my aid such reasonas instant I was out standing in the snow, h 'fii r l "why I should trouble you with

remembered hearing it tick. Mrs. Smith I was master of, to correct the hitherto and peering with the help of Salcote's I iiY our domestic affairs."

I was sitting opposite to me; her back toward overwhelming influence that ghastly dim street gas at one of the hind wheelsin I did not answer for a moment. Ins

t i the door, facing which I was. I vision. order to verify my servant's words.' thinking with a sort of stupefaction ,

could see her features as plainly as I had Several circumstances of improbability They were but too true. It had come They have taken him without a character .:

done Sue's, when she knelt beside me at in the dream presented themselves with off. Fortunately in so doing it had fall- Who knows what his antecedent
I en inward instead of outward, in which were? When I did it with as
:1 luncheon, asking why I was so mysterious. some reassurance to my mind. The \ speak was
1 could not have believed that I murderer, as seen by me, had been a latter case the carriage must, of course, i apparently brusque change of subject;I :

knew Mrs. Smith's face so well; her un- young man. Now, I happened accidentally have been overturned. I stared stupidlyat o ,' .") ', .1/ myself knew the link that bound the fro ..

important nose, her slightly indicated to have learned only lately that the it. "Was this a judgment on me for topics together in my mind.

t. eyes, lusterless air, and characterless Smiths possessed as butler an old family my pig headedness? What was to be "Mr. Smith is well, I hope; at hosseT (

o : figure. But out of some lumber room servant, who had lived with them over done:" "He was quite well when he left 1 hcc ;

: of memory they must have started, conjured thirty years and whom they were most "Which is tho best inn in town?"askedI this morning, thanks." .

t up by the strong spells of sleep. unlikely to have parted with. Also, addressing generally a group of gapers "Left home?" interrupted I,breathless'ly

.. It was a perfectly connected, rational throughout tho dream, I was conscious which, snowball like, had gathered roundme ; "he has left home: ?**

I dream. It was I, and sho was Mrs. that but for servants, Mrs. Smith and I and my broken wheel. Half a dozen "Ho was summoned away unexpectedly :

1 Smith. She was not half Mrs. Smith were alone in the house. Now, only voices instantly cried "White Hart; as ," answered she, tranquilly; "but I expect .

], and half somebody else. She did not yesterday one of the girls had casually many dirty fingers pointed up the street }5L- him back to-morrot or the day ;

suddenly, and without exciting any surprise mentioned meeting Mr. Smith in Lei b- to where, about a hundred yards off, I f ,, 4,,5 after, at latest." ,

in my wind-so eccentric are the ton. As the light broadened I dwelt could faintly see an old fashioned sign "But not to-night?** hurriedly."No .
Jy carriage has broken cfoirn."
laws of with more and more confidence these hanging out. not with her
dreaming omo metamor on What an hour at which to call with to-night, certainly,
', into discrepancies and able "I suppose, said I disconsolately to a usual
phosed another person. She was, was to go downto a twelve mile drive home afterward! Ifa phlegm. fAt
and continued to be Mrs. Smith, of breakfast presenting such a distant re- tho coachman, who was already begin- white headed seneschal that moment the butler again ea-I !
Longmains.The semblance to my usual self as I have described ning to unfasten tho traces, "that you confidential obviously : tered, bringing coals, apparently I J
family servant of whom I I
one thing that clashed with probability \\'illlut'e to stay here the night; I must had heard-appeared in I mains did not boast a footman-a* .

"t .. was tho fact of my being sitting But when left to myself after breakfast go home in a fly." ring, would thrust in answer card to my knelt down before the fire to put theo
my return -
.tF tete-a-tete with Mrs. Smith in any room with nothing to distract my thoughts As 1 spoke I set off to walk to the whence I .

1 late at night, for somehow I knew that and no appearances of equanimity tc White Hart, which I reached in about be admitted. I came waited, without breathlessly.asking to It on.For a moment my eye fell on hi%

it was late at night. I do not remember keep up. the vision returned upon me two minutes was some time before then I turned suddenly sick. Surell i
any one appeared.
looking at the clock but I with almost its "My carriage has broken down," saidI that
,r + was by some first force. Who, indeed, would bo expected: to was the very back, the very
t f.. means aware that such was the case. Again I saw that kneeling figure, that as I entered, addressing the civil wom at such an hour? At length there ing figure altogether that I had seen v .

We were both working, and one of us stealthy rising, that traveling of the handto an-landlady, I suppose-who came to was a sound of steps, and of my dreams! I suppose I looked &1 1
had said something about its being 12 the coat pocket. I heard the click of me. "I want a fly at once, please, as I handle. The door opened, and turning in the odd, pale and faint, for I found #[* 1

7 o'clock. This was followed by 3Irs. that cocked revolver! I could not bear soon as it can be got ready. Have you I aperture appeared a man. Was he Smith's white eyes fixed upon mether :i
Smith making an observation which I it. It ono in-a good fly? I want a good fly at an voice feel the #*
must "Did I
' i: mean something! I must go old or young one? I craned head out asking me, (
had forgotten. I was sure that I had to her. Must warn her. As you know, once, please, repeating the words withan feverishly to ascertain. too much?" I stammered out a nega&rt

' y heard it perfectly at the time, for immediately I rang the bell to order the carriage. But emphasis which I thought must im- But Young, obviously and for some moments could do not ** .

r r on waking I had recalled it, but in the interval, before it was answered press them upon my hearer. She assured footman.young.Again I stared perhaps ho was a At last, the object that had excited & !

'I '" afterward it had escaped me,and make tho mo that she had, though from the lengthof feverishly. emotion roofl.1
vision tho )
passed; reason, or what I sup- No, he was not in livery. He was but being no longer in :
what efforts I might, I was unable to recapture posed to be reason reasserted its sway, time that elapsed before it appeared i ler, and he was a young man. rose, driven by soiuo inward p0j 1

4* it. After all, it was of no great telling me how shadowy was: the pretext since have felt certain that she had not stronger than myself, and went to r* f

I' 1 consequence whether I remembered it or upon which I was going to intrude upon spoken the truth, but had to wait in hopeof I SCENE HL Mrs. Smith. She, thinking that I met i

not. this how little tho return of some vehicle now conveying to take leave
stranger: my husband rose, too.
What I did remember,with a startling would thank me, eta another fare and of some poor, Mrs.Smith's was not a face upon whichI "I do not know whether your fl/is rf t

distinctness, was that no sooner had she This same thing was repeated more tired horse, destined through me to be imagine, as a rule, any emotion painted the door," said she; "you had bettei'i i
ceased speaking than there came a knock balked of his hard earned feed.And itself with much vividness It was "
than once; it was only Alice's triumphant a me ring and ask. C
at the door. I remembered thinking : "That settles it!" which gave me the as I sat waiting in the little inn dull, flat, mask like face; but there was Her hand was on its way to the 1

that it was an odd time of night for any final impetus that enabled me to decide parlor my thoughts were not of the most { one feeling that upon my entry it showed but I arrested it. She had misund :

ono to knock at the door, but Mrs. Smith which of the two courses to adopt, complacent. Perhaps I had had enoughof itself at all events fully capable of portraying my action in rising. I had not inesat. "

showed no surprbe. "She said phlematically 1 /- though, indeed, I thought I must have having my own will now. After all, and that was astoiJshment I go yet But now she was virtus11k'Vl"uirj. 1
"Couie in: and the door I had better henceforth submit j
gone in any case I could not get that tamely to.Alice's shall never forget tho in which missing me. I must leave her. yj t
I opened at once and walked the butler. man's kneeling back from before rule. I was clearly not fit to rule and way her t pretext had I for further intrusion
For borne btrange dream reason I could eyes. I could not have faced another myself. Into what a stupid quandary eyes opened as I sheepishly had come twelve miles in the tee d i. t

c not see his face. It was all mist and night alone in the dark with it. had I brought myself, guided only followed my own name into her draw- circumstances; I had seen and I _. i
; blur to me. On waking I felt that by the will-o'-the-wisp of ing room. She rose from work
-C mire So now, reader, you know my reason : a senseless a tableat with her, and now I was to leap t
i 1 should not be utile to recognizehim for setting off at past 3 o'clock on a dream? Well the only rational which she was sitting and advanced What object had I then served b1 1

again. 1 was only ccm&cious that lie wu- January afternoon upon a twelve mile 'i course now left me to adopt was to return -, to meet me civilly enough; but all over wild freak? I had not warned her (

a young man. He hail a coal box in his drive along a rutty road with rising wind ; home as quickly as possible, acknowledge I her face was written such an obvious expectation given her no slightest hint of the

hand and the next thing of hLh I was and thickening snow, to visit an almost I my folly, submit with what of hearing from my>lifeISkne that to my excited imagination seei; {

aware about him was that In was km>t-J. entire stranger, whom my husband did good humor I could muster to the just I immediate explanation of-rred; trees'Jng to hang imminently over her. I t

ing at the hearth making up t tu! Cn-: not wish me to hold any communication ,( laughter that folly would provoke, and visit that not all the aV ment. been of no least service to her, and f)1I }

Again it struck me that it \\isi mid with. Probably think resolve never to make such a fool of covery that, in its fit t I her to 1
you me as great ." was leaving her-leaving
time to choose to take. up tin tin1 a fool as the,girls would have done. l'' self _again. As I_ so r l.e4a girl my-I of fulfilled-could the changed p 1: 111lian// fate. "-1 i' t

was impossibleIt was eQ

I I 11t )

I i'






enshould-: expose myself to nent questions to ask. It is tru6"that breathed If Mrs. Smith had once looked imagination that I could not even yet circumstance, I should have done.

than probablo ridicule by tell after having run, as \Q both thought up from the stitching at which she was believe that it neither had nor ever The trial was a short one; the evidence

more rrbatg had brought me I em- quito dry already, we had had the good so tranquilly pegging away, she must would have any echo in a real sound overwhelming; the man found guilty.

m8 hcr desperate resolution. I still fortune to happen upon a common ac have seen the agitation under which I At length dropped into an uneasy condemned and executed without! any

1... ,lu a hand which I had seized to pre- I' quaintance. Very slightly as she was was laboring, and would of course haveat doze, from which I was awakened; by a sentimentalist being found to petitionthe

r... held tr: ringh g the bell. I was 60 agi- known to either of us, with what tenacity once assigned it to her old count of in- sensation of extreme cold, to,find the fire home secretary in his favor.

rent ithatI was hardly ware that itt did wo cleave to that poor woman! Howwo sanity. I wondered that sho did not hear black out and tho temperature of the On the evening before his execution he

1fuith I11Y clAsp, until her taco of pro- dissected her character, anatomized tho thundering of my heart,pulsing so room at or below freezing point. I rose made to the jail chaplain a full confession

U1Sd astonishment, almost alarm, beI I her clothes, criticised her actions, enu- loudly as to impede that intensity of lis- and threw myself, dressed, upon the of his crime, and not only of that one

f the fact to ma"I I merated her vices,speculated on her motives tening into which all my powers seemedto bed, and wrapping myself in a fur cloak which brought him to the gallows, but

137sy. do not know what you will think i ,about none or all of which wo either have passed. fell into a heavy sleep, from which I of a previous one which he had been

/ ..said I, in a shaking voice, "but i of us knew or cared a button. How near it was growing! Five min was only roused by the 8 o'clock entryof prevented from carrying beyond tho

fifSin*to make what I am afraid you : But at last she was picked to tho bone, utes, four minutes, three minutes, two the housemaid.On stage of intention by a curious accident

:- Ib Dl think a very extraordinary request i and bare naked silence stared us in the minutes, one minute. I held my breath.I first opening my bewildered eyesI What that curious accident was you

edb rc ? face. What a dreadful evening it was!! clinched my hands till the nails dug could not recollect where I was, but shall hear, and judge of my feelings on

ide to you cedr! said she, with a perceptible Saved, to me at least, from tho simplicityof into tho palms. Twelve! Tho clock stared round wonderingly at tho unfamiliar reading the following extract from the

of( istrust and a decided drawing I bottomless tedium by alternate rushesof struck! With that ringing in my head, room. Then recollection came murderer's confession:

1JU meat ot tbe hand so convulsively clasped burning shamo and icy apprehension. with that hammering heart, should I upon mo with a rush and I buried my "In January of last year I was livingin
ter vaj At 10 o'clock Mrs.Smith could bear it no hear tho knock, even if it came? Mrs face in the pillow. Oh, why had I ever the service of Mr. Smith of Long-

by,Tes," said I, going on with a feverish : longer. She rose and rang for candles, Smith made some slight movement, andI woke again? Why had day ever had mains. I was at very low water at the

vaste now that tho ice was once broken, I "I dare say that you will not be sorryto almost shrieked, but I bit in tho scream the inhumanity to dawn again upon time, over head and ears in debt and did

on'see it has happened so unfortunate-I go to bed," sho said, a sort of relief and listened again. One minute past; such a candidate for Earlswood? As the not know where to turn for money,

tl i/the distance was greater expected. coming into her tone.I two minutes past; three; four up to details of the previous day's incidentscame which I wanted desperately and felt

11It! :and then the axle treo breaking andS believe she nourished a secret inten- twelve! The clock said twelve minutes back upon me with brutal vividness that I must obtain by: fair means or foul

} poor fly horse is so done that I am sure '" tion of locking me into my room when past 12. As each minute went by, I I called to the rocks to fall upon My chief inducement for entering Mr.

J1! could! not crawl another mile; in short, once she had got me there. drew a longer breath and my tense nerves mo and the mountains to cover me. Smith's service had been that I had accidentally -

he afraid I must throw myself upon "After your long drivo you will be slackened. At the twelve minutes past Had any one since the world first began heard that he was in the habitof

"" T0ar Ian hospitality and ask you to give me I glad of rest" Mrs. Smith looked up. rolling ever written themselves downso keeping considerable sums of moneyin

?>et shelter, to let me stay here for the "And will you, too?' asked I stupidly, "Do you feel inclined to go to bed yet?' egregious an ass? Befooled by an the house for the purpose of paying

re. oigtt.- I for sho had no long drive. "I mean,are she inquired."I idiotic dream; misled by a fancied remembrance tho weekly wages of the workmen em-

.heat Out it had como and now it only re- you also going to bed?" Sho hesitated."It am afraid"(looking more attentivelyat of circumstances; flounder- ployed upon some extensive drainage

ained to bo seen how sho"ivould take i would not bo much use my goingto me) "that you are more tired than ing deeper and deeper into the quagmireof I works which he had undertaken."I .

:: proposition! At first sho was too j bed so early. I am a bad sleeper. you will allow." unreason, which had landed me at thought, on reaching Longmains,

to ftistaded to utter. I saw at once "You are not going to bed then?" "I think I will go," said I, rising and last, fully dressed, on the strange bed, that I had never seen a house better

told that the idea of my being deranged I "Not just yet." drawing long breath; "it is ten minutes. and with the appalling prospect before adapted to my purpose. It was as lonelya

Bossed her mind; for sho looked hard at "You are going to stay here-in this past 12." mo of having to go down and meet Mrs. spot as I have ever seen, the'stabIes at
: and&t tho same timo backed away from I Iwe. room, I mean?" "Not quite that," rejoined she; "that Smith at breakfast. an unusual distance from the hall and

ie. Then her civility revived."Of I "No, I am going to my boudoir." clock is ten minutes fast I must haveit Sho would probably and wisely meet no dwelling house within less than a
11 course!" sho said, "of course! 11 A cold shiver ran down me. Her bou- regulated to-morrow. me with a fanatic asylum keeper and a quarter of a mile. The establishment

to Wall be only too delighted!! and then doir! That was the room we were sittingin "I must have regulated to-morrow! strait waistcoat And my children my consisted, as to men, of myself and one

she stopped again. in my dream. There was a moment's Like lightning it flashed upon mo that servants, my husband, bow should I I I footman; but about week after my arrival -

'J 1tT 1tr' I saw that, having gained my point pause."I that was the speech Mrs. Smith had ever look any one of them in the face ;I the footman fell ill and had to be
next task was to convince her of my I wonder," said I, with a nervous made in my dream immediately before again? I writhed: But writhing did t sent home."I .
1.ed BT laugh and in a voice whose agitation I tho knock came. The speech I had made
with thanks had the housemaid'sastonished
sanity I,therefore, profuse I not helpme. I seen had not yet matured my plans,
and apologies, and as composed a voice i could but partially control, "whetheryou such vain efforts to recall. And, as glance at my full dressed though I had ascertained that Mr. Smith

iL as I could master, asked leave to send II would let mo come with you. I-I- panic struck, this dawned upon me, condition, a fresh proof of my insanity, kept his money in a strong box in his
orders by tho Hyman back to my am not at all sleepy after all; it-it is sc some one knocked. A mist swam be- which would, no doubt be conveyed to business room, and that in the case of
:leg coachman 07 at Salcote I took care that I I very early, is not it? I-I-should like fore my eyes. I tried to speak, but no Mrs. Smith. I his absence Mrs. Smith had charge of

;. sho should hear mo give them myself to to see your boudoir. May I?'' words would come, and Mrs. Smith apparently I must get up. I must go down and I the key, when one morning my masterwas

It the man, so that she might know that Polite woman as Mrs. Smith was, and did not BOO tho agonized band appear as eoon as I could. That was all unexpectedly summoned from home,
and disabled had proved herself to be to-night, she I stretched out toward her. I And that much i
er the broken axle tree that was now left me. leaving mo alone with my mistress and
I could not prevent a flash of acute annoy- "Come in!" she said, phlegmatically. I what inward I
brougham were not figments of my own I did. With groveling, the female servants in the house.
But I do think ance, mixed, as I saw, with fear, from I not all which
N diseased imagination. mentally though apparently, on I "Such an opportunity very
11 that this measure had much effect in removing crossing her face. e'% i fours, I entered that dining room will I probably, might not soon occur again,
the suspicion of my sanity from "It really is not at all worth seeing, I never bo known save only to myself. was, I felt, not to be lost. Mrs. Smith's

1.k nyihostesa; mind. I had gono out to replied sho stiffly, "and I cannot" help re'.o t1LI I' She came to meet me, civil, dull and unemotional habits were such as to favor my projectShe
the hall door to speak to tho Hyman, thinking that you look'tired. nt ; though I thought I caught a usually sat in her boudoir, situ-
stpt whence we both returned to the drawing "But I am not at all," rejoined I, ob- t\\ look of lurking apprehension still in her ated in a rather isolated part of

room to begin our sixteen or eighteen stinately. "I should like" to come with 1 the house, until late at night I
you, if you would let me. I I eye.Stupid mind wait until the rest
hours' teteatete.I woman! Why could not she made up my to
think that both our hearts sunk to "Of course if you wish it, said she : have been shot through the head and of tho household had retired, and thento

18ls our boots at the prospect. I am sure grudgingly. 0 I fallen with that thud I had expected of go to Mrs. Smith's boudoir on the pre-
that mine did. In order, perhaps, to I Before finally succumbing she made her? I felt a sort of anger against her text of taking coals for the fire, obtain

abridge it as much as possible, Mrs. I one or two more efforts to shake mo off. for standing thero so stolid and sound, from her the key of the strong box, by
In 'vain I was quite immovable. I heard such irremediable fair if but if she resisted
Smith soon left me with some murmured : after having wrought me means possible;
her give an irrepressible sigh of impatience I woman-I had
sentence about seeing that my woe. -and she was a resolute
.I room was comfortable, which it certainly I and apprehension at my unaccountable -' 1 i Oh, that breakfast! Shall I ever for- determined to shoot her through the

tins not. It was,on the contrary, as I and offensive pertinacity as get it? How did I live through it! head, having provided.myself with a revolver -
f- found on being led to it. as uncomfortable she preceded mo up stiirs. We reached Through it and the moments that followed for the purpose, furnish myself

as a hastily got ready bedroom, witha her boudoir. It was a commonplaceroom it, and tho leave taking? At the with as much money as I could get hold

a just lit fire and a sensation of not haring commonplacely arranged. I had i latter I do not think that I said any- of and make tracks for America. I was
seen hundreds like it, but never to my from carrying out this intention -
boon occupied for some indefinite thing. My tongue clove to the roof of prevented
at t time past would naturally be on & biting knowledge,either waking or sleeping, I my mouth. I had just sense left to give by a very unlocked for accident
itr had my eyes made acquaintance with it "Late in the afternoon-the afternoonof
January night her my hand stupidly and to notice the
rJt t Having taken off my bonnet and made' before. I looked at once upon enteringto / I, look of scarcely subdued joy and relief that day-the weather was extremelybad

Ie myself as tidy as I could, with the aid of see whether the relative position of on her face at seeing the last of me. snowing hard, with a high wind,
!&t Mrs. Smith's brush and comb, and told i door and fireplace were the same as those 1 She sent me in her carriage as far as and bitter cold-a lady arrived in a fly

ik myself repeatedly that tho world had seen in my dream, and also whether } 4 I Salcote, which I thought she looked II to call on my mistress. 1 could see that
there was a clock on the chimney piece.In mistress was greatly surprised whenI
: never seen such a fool as me, and that upon as the surest method of being my
:1r neither the girls nor my husband would both particulars my vision had told ; ) ly' I of me. At Salcoto I got into my own took in the lady's card, for as far as I
rh : told mo correctly. But after all there and returned home sadder I could make out she was very slightly
: ere forgive me, I went down stairs and : brougham a ,
"Come in/ she said, phleffmatically.
\te presently betook ourselves to dinner. was nothing very remarkable in this. : The door opened and in the aperature if not a wiser, woman. Reader, will you I acquainted with her and lived a matterof
Most rooms boast a clock, and in many much if I tell thatI twenty miles off.
despise me you
11 very
. There we sat opposite to each other in the door is on the left hand of tho fire- I I appeared the figure of the butler, with a cried the whole way, and that on reach- I "I have never to this day made out
1.r tete-a-tete. I had faintly hoped that it seemed confirmation coal box in his hand. My horror struck I she
place. But to me own fireside I gathered children why she came. We all thought was
ing my my
him but I could
rs some female friend, old governess or strong as Holy Writ I eyes were riveted on about me and made a clean breastof I off her head, and I believe she was. My .

. cousin might crop up to make a third "I told you that there was nothing to I not stir hand or foot. alone To what in the purposeif house my folly to them? They took my con- mistress certainly thought so, all the
I had? Were not
.nI with us. But, no; there we werewetwo see here," said my hostess, noting my wo fession characteristically.Alice more when she asked leave to stay the
'0 We were waited on by the butler. eyes wandering round, and speaking in a I with him-we two wretched, defenseless said that if I had taken her advice night. I could see that my mistress was
and by him alone. which she could not keep all women? much and rather
tone out of I should bare been spared a greatannoyance I very annoyed alarmed
" By questions,whose impertinence Mrs. the resentment she felt. ;: Mrs. Smith had, as in my dream, I but as the lady would not go there was

.e Smith must have thought only palliatedby "But it-it is very-very comfortable!" moved to tho other side of the room, to Ruth said that all dreams wero non- I no help for it; stay she must.

the unsound state of my mind, I ascertained rejoined I, hastily, fearing that this was :! the piece of furniture with drawers at sense, and reverted to her own puerileone "I was a good deal upset at first, as I

; that tho Smith establishment She prelude to a curt dismissal of me. which I had seen her standing. Then which even at that moment of I was afraid her being there would knock
to its normal state consisted of butler "I should like to stay here a bit with she looked over her shoulder and said humiliation I felt wounded at having my plan on the head; but afterward I

t. and footman, but that tho footman had You, if I might"She composedly, "Thank you, Harris; we do paralleled with mine. comforted myself with the thought that'

. two days ago been suddenly taken ill made some sort of murmured I not want any more coal to-night. Then, And Sue, dear Sue, held both my sho would bo sure to go to bed early
and sent home. Tho butler was therefore sounl, which might mean acquiescence, as he seemed, or seemed to me, to hesitate hands fast in hers and said she should tired with her long drive and I should
now, in his master's absence, the and we sat down. This timo wo did not I she added quietly, "I shall not require have done precisely the same in my I find Mrs. Smith alone in her boudoir."I .
only man in the house. I also ascertained anything moro to-night; you may lit them their bedroom candles in

during one of his absences from even attempt any conversation. She occupied i' go to bed." I case.But I refused to be comforted, the I tho drawing room at 10 and then went
r with work that
herself apparently
the room that the stables were at an in- some I' Could I believe my eyes? Was ho really as it turned out that tho most off to wait. I would not risk it till 12.
deal of count- more so
a great after him?
required I the door
,. conenientlIons distance from the i retreating, shutting valuable of the carriage horses had By that timo every one would be sure to
and I 1 had no other occupationbut whose lessen-
.. I house, and that there was no cottage ing; I could not well have Were those his footsteps, caught in the cold White Hart stables an bo in bed and asleep. I thought I never
nearer than of mile off. Altogether my thoughts. I ing sound I heard along tho passage known time but at last
J a quarter a had one. As I sat there in silence dark 00.1 influenza which was rapidly developinginto had go so slowly,
as lonely a spot as you would wishto a For a moment everything grew inflammation of the lungs. But even tho clock pointed to five minutes to 12.
:) with continually
listening cars I fore I clutched the arms of my
see. My travolcd'uncomf ortablyfcadfurtively'after me I had sunk I revolver in pocket, took
eyes strained to catch some sound that was I that this was I without that final straw put my my up
chair to assure myself
tho his return the coal box went and knocked.
man on in own esteem.POSTSCRIPT. upstairs
; in the shutter shakingof I hopelessly my
not swallowed up and no dream. Then I staggered I
into tho room, but I could see nothing I I Mrs. Smith's voice said 'Come in.: and I
f in the storm wind, with eyes perpetually to my feet and toward Mrs. Smith. : I
terrors. I' tho door.
to justify my opened
appearance traveling to tho clock face, I asked my- "Is he gone?" asked L in a hoarse i i
His face had no specially sinister I "What was my horror to find the
1 what :
and again purpose
. ast It was almost as insignificant as self over over whisper. i Just a year later the public was strange lady still sitting there with my
this apparently so I
his mistress'. And his figure Could it I hoped to serve by ? I "Gone! repeated she, in astonishment shocked by tho account of a murder, mistress! The sight of her took me so
of her old doubts to sound-
insane procedure all as
be my
possible that thestartlingresemblancoI exceeded aback that I did not know whether to
I which in its circumstances,
1J had Were the dream to prove a fallacy ness of mind rushing back in a flood. ,
traced in it to dream figure was come in or not, and as I was hesitatingMrs.
my the of brutality usually con-
had made as great a foolof myself as "Yes, of course, he is gone! Why not? the measure
only the figment of my horrified fancy? had Smith said: 'We do not want any
fertile in that product- ever nected with such crimes.It .
1l But no, no, a hundred times no! As 1 world- tho dream ".\J1d he wtl not come back?" still in i moro coals. You may go to bed, Harris,'
other hand, old
the of
If the n lonely
. patched tho butler,in precisely tho samefurtively seen. in that husky whisper. was or something like that And all the
true some .
apprehensive way I was con- hitherto proved curiously carried out I i "Of course not I told him I needed maiden lady by her butler-a butler to while tho strange lady was staring at me
, to be
- Sagas that Mrs. Smith was watching me. slight particulars main, were features, of what I I nothing moro to-night I think"-eying I whom, as it appeared, she had been in so oddly, as white as a ghost that 1 began
I' Her slow brain had adopted and clung in its terrible to be me distressfully-"that you really had the habit of showing exceptional 1 kind- to think she must have somehow

fast to tho belief that Iwas., mad; nor, avail could I suppose my presence with which i better go to bed; you seem a 'littlea ness. found out what I was after. Her being
tho catastrophe
indeed, was that convicron devoid of a in averting ? All I had done was to involve i little feverish!" j I read the account with about theKime there and her looking at me like that altogether -

.. good deal of justification. I think that it concluded in Mrs. Smith's fate, which "Yes," said I, making an effort to recover -; degree of shuddering disgust I SUPPro; ;(>. made me feel so queer that I
1he would not have been at all surprised myself doubt about shar- some decent amount of composure, neighbors but without i.ying ft't'l- actually shut the door and went away
be my as
could no my
I had at any moment risen and play- there "perhaps I am; I will go to bed if you I again. I thought I would put it of till
, that cold shudder ran over of a personal character until transpired
fully buried tho carving knifo in her' ing. Again are quite-quite sure"- next night But on the lowing; day
. silenceto
the !
,,- could not help breaking in the course of the evKemut!
I ,
,,, me. She looked alarmed at returned and I had
fccjtet. have often thought since what whether she never I so really my Harrisaname Mr. Smith never an-
tho murderer's name was
; ask my companion and words that I did not finish ; "
j : dinner she must have had. It all manner other chance.
I little eerie sitting up hero by which 1 had onotM ();.r ly
**!*over at last. It had seemed enormously felt it a I my sentence. I followed her, still shaking Mrs. Smith of Unis-nrnM.-* I had no sooner reached this last word

: long, and yet on our return tothe alone so answered late at night briefly: "I am not ner- in every limb, to my bedroom, when i iI address once, heard her butler. than I robe to my feet I was certainlya
drawing room proved to have been She I she left me, and into which I am almost ; tar yard taller than when I sat down.
I dismissed the thought m oW.'I'oi
, disastrously short, short as women's 1- always are. We had dined at 8 and "Do you ever?" asked I, glancing nervously noiselessly as possible, that she locked i as I was able. Had not I had enough of voice of solemn authority, and as they
it was now only five-and-twenty minutes locking the door me. For hours after she left me I remained giving the reins to my imagination? Was gathere-J round, "l>e no good l ua to read

to 9. Three hours and five-and-twenty toward it rather contemptuously: I sunk in the arm chair by the not Harris an extremely common name? these paragraphs" pointing to them with

mlrutes until the period Indicated in my She smiled if I wished I should bounable fire, into which I had almost fallen on I Almost as common as Smith. Bqt when j ray finger. watched their faces as I

! "Never, and oven what I never noticedfor : entering. I still shook as if ague struck, the trial came on, which, as the crime they did no, and when they had finished

Wsat down dejectedly on each side as I see lock, is broken." and every now and again I held my had been committed shortly before the I said, turning to Alice, in a voice of

of the tire I noticed almost with a smile that the 11. One hour more. breath to listen-to listen for that stealthy assizes it did very soon after the com more than mortal dignity. You see that

that Mrs. Smith took care not to place i Th( clock struck that last hour. It was step, which even now I felt must come, mittal to prison, I, perhaps unknown wisdom is justified of her child "
melt too ncume., We had long'ex.- !t pa sed, too, it rushed. As for the noise of that awful thud which' almost to myself, followed it with a
,,1az3ted cndlei s, an eternity, yet keener interest than but for this trifling fJozhnued on Page 6. ,
our few poor topics of common I hardly still sounded so loudly in the cars of my :
itajast.sands, .
tk. I had it dye _r toward. _. ." "
.not even aDl..more Imperti. ... ; ;

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THE FLORIDA STAR. I his defeat, and before he left the field .! the other hand are not the real workers : Gad den county raised apples are now l llov'nVe This :

said he was going to raise some money opening up new industries constantly? plentiful, and are of good quality. \ off One Hundred
t I I Dollar
'' PUBLISHED EVERY THCBSDAY.ELLIS jand try it over again, but Sullivan Three years ago the Bidwell peach was The old fish house and wharf at the for any case of Catarrh that IeW1r
t' an experiment! Today it is a source of foot of Polk street at Tampa has been re-I cured by taking Hall's Catarrh cannot fM.
he will not enter the prize Cure.
B. WAGER Editor and PDUister.E Er' says pleasure and profit to those who first en- moved. It is understood that the South I F.. J. CHEXEV & Co.. Prop's Toledo"
again that he has done his share of tered into its Three
t ; ;, cultivation. years Florida Railway Company which has a j \Ve. the undersigned have
*;I.r o per Annum. slugging during his brief career and ,, ago the first Niagara grape5were planted lease of the water lot from that point as J. Cheney for the last 13 years and i':

wanted no more of it. He also said that here and in the face of a well grounded far down as the city bridge, proposes to 1; here him perfectly honorable in all bi?"
Entered at tPfAt Office at Titutrillea* belief that grapes could not be made to ness transactions and financially :
make a"al1 and reclaim
he had received a more effective thumping a a large ex able
succeed here. The cultivation of both
Second-da! Jlall'r" tent of land. f i carry out any obligation made by th?
in his with Kilrain than W
contest ever have become established and profitable tirm.

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper ; in his life before. Sullivan, no doubt, branches of horticulture which are with- Miss Gideon and Mr?. Dor-ey, who WEST & TKUAX Wholesale Dm**..

for Brevard county. feels the fearful responsibility of traini ', in the reach of every man who owns an live about three miles southwest of Bar- Toledo. O. ef'lWALDI.NG. ?-
acre of land or a town lot. The natural tow while picking berries ]last week in KI.VNAX &: MAKVLV. wiftt
The Star hat the Largest circulationof i in again even for a match with Kilrain. growth of the orange tree has increasedthe the woods, found an Indian jug buried =ale Drnz Ist. Toledo. O. *

any paper on the East coat of Fla. 1! when, probably, Kilrain would be in titer value of that branch four fold within a few inches beneath the surface. It holds i E. II. VAN IIOI: EX. ('a*pier Toledo .\v. .

i! condition. I II \| five years, and the trees give better prom- about six or eizht quarts and is well pre tional LankToledo.; 0.Ifail's .
i-e than before. Where served. The old settler that the Indians Catarrh Cure is taken internal
A 5QC.1REhonelncbln space; 24 squares | now ever men say f
l make a column. I !j jI I! have worked as they worked elsewhereto made these jus'' by spreading clay i ion acting directly) upon the blood and Q;;

For.lvertlsinj? rates enquire of the Editor |I 1 Quick Transportation. : attain success, gardening ha been I a coil of rope. The sides of this one cus; surfaces of the system. Price TiT.

V 4 always enclosing two cent stamp. The Savannah Xevx contains some.j profitable, and experience is improving are rided5 though this were a fact. i II I per bottle. Sold! by,Druggists.,:. U,

!i facts concerning the Weems Motor and ;i ii methods ye.'r by year and making success ALTHOUGH some know that A Nasal Injector free with -acb !*>tt>of '
will the ;.
Miss EMMA ABBOTT the produce of Aida i, new railway system by which mails and ,: What easier.have lost the pt'acheare commonly cultivated under jirlas j I :Catarrh.t trey; RemedyPrice'i Ttasn.Ie, lia.t cent Sole by D-d,t
coming season operas we except di-position: !
in various of England it
parts may
4 light be with I
freight may transported a ,\ to improve the rtnnitie which God -
Diamond and "The I
t "Ernani, "Crown 1 Le of interest to our readers-to learn that For Dyspepsia! and Liver C.mpIaixt eoa hn.
., d' Amalfi." :peed much greater than any yet attained and Florida have'given us? Nothing has : cherries are in this manner when printed guarantee on entry bctte: of hGo '1 Ti.a
j Cons a | ; grown I
: by steam cars, and it was announced been subtracted from climate, soil I, or out of season,or during the cold weather. I taliur.. Titnsville.It never Fin fa4s to cure. ij bvGrey. l>ic ?.' 6I ..
; s-unshine. The croakers all
} ,' )AKAGER ABBEY, of theater fame, has f the other day that arrangements they can to depreciate values are and doing, whether Some of the most choice pineapples are I
were being made to put the system r j grown in this manner also. The cherry 1\ Letter From dipt. I;. A.
secured Mme Adelina Patti and a score j | they are aware of it or not, to prolong] Cirtfo.
house Park where
t a of other noted singers of Europe for his } into operation. The inventor i is Mr. j and agitate the financial depression. It''different(i; at Gunnersbury varieties afford fruit at different many I 1 take pleasure in tetifyin; to the mer.

the United David G. Weem of Baltimore. and the would be better for the real interest* of I its of Tetterine. the for
in sure
forthcoming operatic tour j I times during the season i is well worth a cure skin d:..
States which will commence at Chicago j jon motive power is electricity. About 1-30 i i Florida if the I last one of them would j: vHt. It appears that when the trees are I eae I had been alllkted with tetter Ca
leave to-morrow and let those who :
are face and for
patents have been taken out in the I started into growth a temperature of -15dpr'es I my body year and had n" j jevery
9th. the real
December with their !
developers go on work ; remedy I could hear of
by day 40 degrees by night recozmneaietl
United State and in the other principal in y I
peace. i j maintained.. When they are in blo<- for skin diseases without deriving tie
s, Iy preparing the copy of the proceedings countries of the world, covering the vital It is true that times are dull. Let us I sour plenty of air is given and the bees I slightest benefit until I wa> induced ton*

of the County Commissioners for the points of the system and one of themis work all the harder. The fiat of the Almighty are encouraged to work among the blossoms I Tetterin', and to my great satisfaction a

t STAR: last week the clerk omitted the or- has gone forth, declaring that much few applications made a permanent carp
for a principle intended to make it impossible as as po'sible. Scarcely any
man shall live by the sweat of his brow. I know of a number of other case where
der stating the millage placed by the for trains to jump the track, Not by speculating off of rich Yankees. fire heat is employed ; indeed it has been has been equally:: as successful.Youn ; .

Board for taxes this year. In comparingthe The make minds employed only once or twice in order to >. verv truly,
however great the speed may be. The sooner we up our to keep out frost". At the time of flowering
handed us and published by us obey that mandate and cease to find fault C..1 PT. ll" \. CincLE,
report road, as a rule, will be built on the sur- plenty ventilation is given top and
with that portion of God's handiwork Titu=ville, Fla.jO .
s a with that published in the .tetra, furnished face of the ground, and will have a gaugeof known as Florida the sooner will times bottom. As soon as the fruit has set the cents a box at Dr. J. B. Screven'i

1, by one of the commissioners, we twenty-four inches, but in populous improve. Let us hereafter discourageseasons house is slightly closed, and the temperature Drug Store, and dealers generally. g.

noted the omission and spoke to Mr. districts! it will be elevated] if thought of speculation and encourage to kept quite cool until the stoning ,
is then the house is
process over, kept a "
Stewart about it. The order places theI come us class of workers who "H1ckm ack. a lasting and frajrent perfect
among a I
desirable. The cost of construction will
i t little closer, as when the fruit has stonedit Price 25 and SO cent*. Soli bJ Dickjcc i Gr?
millage as follows for this year: For be about $.3,000 a mile. All trains will will become producers. Let us, as business ripens quickly It is a little difficult Titastille. Fla.Sbilolt'a "

county purposes, four mills; sinking be from stations men, worktogether for a common I to thin out the fruit previous to .
operated generating good. Let u* aid those who work, and Cure will immediately relieve Crete
I.j fund, two miIIs; building fund, one-half about 100 miles apart, and there are protect their interests in all possible the stoning stage, ait is uncertain Wboopin Cough and, Drone. itis. Sold by DicliJa
which fruit will mature and which fail. & Grey. TitusviL'e Fla.Would
mill; road fund one-half mill Total, means by which the operators are postedconcerning ways. And of all things let us stand by A good watering is given to the trees be- .
Florida and help to her real in-
If' 7 mills. the exact position of each promote fore they get into flower, and then wateris you exchange your pale cheers
a terests. Thus and thus
,i To thi3 Wit] have to be added the four train, from the time it leaves one station find sustantial, and only, shall we applied with moderation until the for rosy ones?

f mills for school tax, which is now placed until it reaches another. A feature of ity.Orlando) Reporter.County permanent. prosper- fruit has set.Consumption. Johnson Tonic vitalizes the bloodea-

h by the School.Board instead of the County riches it. It has no equal as an appe
the is that attendants
no are
: system SurelCured.. tizer. Try it, and, if not satisfied, your
4 Commissioners. Four mills being the needed upon the trains. Commissioners' 3Ieet- IDITo&-1'e1se money refunded. Cures e'er'form. of
_1 limit for school the I I To THE inform yonr readers thatI fever.
J4 county purposes For the last year repeated experiments ingv have a positive! remedy for the above-named
/ ; Board.wall undoubtedly use the full mill- i disease. By its timely use thousands of hcpeless ,
of the have been made at Laurel
system The following order was omitted in the I cases have been permanently cured. I shall be Shiloh Catarrh Remedy positive core for C*
I age. The people do not mind paying Md. The experimental road is a circuitof report handed us for publication last glad to send two bottles of my remedy FREE to any tarrh Dipthena, and Canker Mouth. Sold by Diet-
of your readers who have consumption if they trill son i Grey. Titnsnlle, Fla.
1 their school tax. two miles with twenty-nine changesof week: send me their express and post! office addres. 11
i grade, some of which are very heavy. 11. On motion it is ordered that the T. A. SLOCU5I, M. C., lCl. Pearl St., New York. immediate Why will relief yon cough when Sbilcb*Cere will crt
? Price 10 cu 0ct* and $1. Mid
TilE entire circus and managerie of From the tests made. it is thought; that following taxes shall be l levied and assessed 31 by Dickson k Jirey.Tttnsrille, Fla.
Barnum and Co. will be transported ':. .
Bailey the trains be level track
can run on a at
for the for all for The Rev. Geo.
county purposes H. Thayer, of Bourbon, Ind says:
: London about the first of November the rate of three miles a minute, or ISO the 1859: For general fund 4 mills "Both myself and wife owe our lives to Shiloh' The Women Praise B. B. B.
year "
Consumption CUre. Sold Dickson
by & Grey. Titus
for the winterseason. The transportation miles an hour. building fund \ mill; road fund, 1 mill; I ville, Fla. The suffering of women certainly
and back will cost about awakens the sympathy of tree
over every
If the Weems be into
: system can put sinking and interest fund, 2 mills, and
I philanthropist. Their best friend hour
$500,000. The Olympia, at Kensington. successful operation, It will bring abouta that the Assessor be ordered to make his ever is B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm).

in the west end of London, has been engaged revolution in railroad matters. People mentfaccordingly. I Send to Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta, G 1..

for performances which seats who have witnessed the trials at Laurel] ". gOY4fu for proofs.II. .
L. Cassidy Kennesaw. Ge.. write:
30,000( people. Mr. Barnum asserts that I
confident that it will be CountSchool
are a success. "Three bottles B. B. B. cured my Riteof
f 1 owing to the vast expense of this undertaking I scrofula."
The Board of Public Instruction met >. w cloveROYAL.Sw
he does. anticipate that it will E Mrs. R. M. Laws. Zalaba. Fla., write:
I Are YVe Dead or Alive ? Thursday, the 27th ultimo, to prepare j
I asourrnv "I have used B.
prove a moneymaking enterprise, and never anything;: to equal
does not particularly desire to have it If there is any one thing that is more estimates for the support of the schools I! dI B. B.-'

provoking than another to one who really for 1889-90. I Mrs. C. II. Gay Rocky Mount, X. C.
; prove w, but says: "As I am nearly 80 has the interests of this section at heart, I II writes: "X ot a day for 15; years was 1

;k ; years of age, I desire, while I am yet in it i is the oft repeated assertion on the part I Bills of teachers to the amount of $220 free from headache. B. B. "B. entirety!

., robust health, to show the people of of some of our own' people that "the bottom I were audited and paid. The superin- I i relieved me. I feel like another person."
has fallen of tendendent James U. Lancaster, Hawkinsville
out A few was authorized to divide the II
Europe how much greater and grander an I Ga.. writes: hI'wir in bad health:
these I was
American circus and managerie is than a years up" in ago their notion same, and people were were effusively"awa\ apportionment of school No. 24 to meet II r'i for eight years. Five doctors and man

k ; European and I will spare no money to enthusiastic over Florida. the removal of certain pupils. Quite a patent medicine had done her no good,.

make this the culminating effort of my Let us look into the matter a little j I number of pupils at Haulover having: I 1 i Six Miss bottles S.Tomlinson.of B. B. cured. her." :

life. The show will return America and see" where the fault lies. Three years removed down the river, the superintendent years I suffered Atlanta with rheumatism Gn.,5.J5For : ,

next spring, in time for the summer tour ago Florida in was here on in a boom. Laud buyers was given this power so that those : TAKING. caused by kidney trouble and indices-
were great numbers, and who changed their residence would get''' lion ; I also was feeble and nervous. ItB.
of the country.M seeing what foundation was here and l divining B. relieved me at several
I once although
--- .-_ I what the future would bring forth the benefit of their share of the school other medicines had failed.:*

I TilE Shah of Persia H in London enjoying they were eager buyers. They boughtPurely fund. i i ev. J. ji. Richar son. Clarkstco.Ark. ..

for speculation, and seemed to i I ., writes: -My wife suffered ttvelve
the of the the
j sights largest city
think that no matter what they paid lan Gallic.Mr. i POWDER years with rheumatism and female com
world ever saw,and we learn that the Persian they would find a sucker who would give I plaint. A lady member of my church'
Roesch is impron-I
minister to this country-whoe them an ad\"ance."hiJe this thing lasted still making I had been cured bB.. B. B. She persuaded

name, we believe is Hadji Jla-ein money wars plenty and those who had I ments to his hoii5 and grounds. Absolutely Pure. my wife to try it. who now says:

Ghouly Khan-is detennised to to land to :sell reaped a harvest. Shortsighted Mrs. ,\.. Wilson l and little] daughter of I there is nothing like B. B B., :as is
po **
people who had no land invested I. This powder never vane*. Amirvel of pnrity. quickly gave her relief. 11.
London to fee his royal master and. not with a purpose of cultivating, but for Courtney, are on a visit to Mr. and Mr*. strength- and More economical

4:, probably, "take in" the sights of that speculative pl1rpl es. Residents who had J. Walton.. competition than the ordinary with! the kindanI;;ninltitud r cinuot f low tt' sold fhortweitht in Are you. made miserable by indigestion. Court*
Diziness. Loss Sfcs
vast metropolis as well. But the funny improved property were anxious to get Mr. Henry Adams, of the U. S. M. alma or phosphate;; powders. Sold! only in Shiloh's Vitahzer is a positive Appetite Cure. Yellow Sold by Re*'
rani. Royal Biking Powder .
into the swim and l become I"uddenhric3 Co 1Wall Street son jc Grey, Titawlle Fla.
here .euts itself. lie he service New YorkINDIAN
part pre> rays and so mortgaged their homes: and borrowed spent Sunday last with our

does not know whether he will return to I money at a ruinous rate of interest townsman John E. )r. Hodg-on, Eaq. NOTICE.LAND .

'rn Washington or not as he feels very indignant and bought more land, relying upon Services will be held Sunday next in RIVER HOTEL OFFICE GAINESVILLE..
increased demand and enhanced
at the attacks of the American values
to themselves. The idea of Baptist Church at 10:30 a. in. The June Nth 1;sa /
recoup cultivating
prens upon the shah. Some time ago he : land and producing some Rev. S. F. Gore will preside. All are invited Notice is hereby given that the follow
was reported to have said that the shah ketable crop to pay off the mortgagesnever to be present. Seats free. TitllsvilleJ.Fla. ing-named settler has tiled notice of M-
to make
,. final proof in supportof
t : could not visit America, as there was no entered into their calculation]
: John McAlister is at claim and that said proof will be
present engagedin
t$ one here with rank enough to receive Once the investment was made they even made before A. A. Stewart. Clerk of th! .

F.. him. The consequence was that the neglected the mortgaged homes" and putting down another artesian well on -:0- I Circuit Court at Titusville. 'Fla.. on August

spent their time hunting buyers. :Manyof the Treutler property recently purchasedfrom 22, 1SS, viz: :1..1. HollinquUt,
of this made
newspapers country some them found them and with the proceeds Mr. Zair. This is situated on the OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Courtney.: Brevard county, Fla.. HENo. ,-
facetious remarks based upon that a*>eri of sales instead of off 13.S43. *
paying mort- for the Sec. n. J'
south! side of the Eau Gallic 22, T!} 23. .
River almost -
tion, and we have no doubt these remark's gages, they invested again and kept -: :-- L.. W i ofX.E..andW.J i of S. E. \.
flyinjr. opposite the hotel. He
things names the following witnesses to
the me
1tr are cause 01
After he has seen )Iarndcr annoyance.on at the Three? The year* have] gore by and what do Mr. Treutler has been having the land Capacity, 200 Guests.F. cultivation prove his continuous of residence upou and
we see speculators hold their landsat said land viz:
,s Lyceum, and visited the Alhambra and figures which prevent purchases for surrounding the hotel plowed and otherwise 1:. J. LaRoche. 31. S. Sam, ArctieMcRae
Drury Lane theatres he will, in all probability cultivation because equally as desirable improved preparatory to his early Frank LaRoche, Courtney, Frs.Any .

I return to his Washington lands can be had elsewhere at lower return.the coming fall, when the inten- B. SACKETT person who desires to protest
price?. The boom has cooled off and tion is to proceed with the against the allowance of such proof.or
laying ,
a happier and wiser man.Ic things are assuming their normal condi who knows f tny substantial reason
tion. Those who quit honest labor to for irrigating purposes. Proprietor.This under the law and"regulations of the Interior

; THE great pugilistic encounter between become speculator* have acquired a distaste The 3-inch artesian well recently completed I Newly-Built] House, just recently should not Department be allowed, why will be such given Proof aa
Sullivan and Kilrain for work and the other occupation for the Hodgson Bros. has Opened is now
came off Monday is proveda ready to receive the patronage opportunity at the above-mentioned tin*

t : ', on Mississippi soil, without interference interest gone. is Mortgages are maturing and great success.: It shows a pressure of of all tho-e traveling to and from ana! place to cross-examine the witness
piling up. The day of reck- Indian River.It of said
claimant offerevideocela
by the law was as anticipated. Although oning i is staring them in the face, and 17 pounds to the square inch, and throwsa is delightfully located within about rebuttal of that submitted and to by clalmaD-

Sullivan had the best of the fight after because their own greed and folly] have great volume of clear, fresh water. 100 feet of the river and always receives 11. :;. C. TUCKER'Register. 1

; the third round, it was not decided in his led them into deep water, they shrug Eau Gallic River is justly celebrated for full benefit of the cool Atlantic Ocean -

favor until the seventy-sixth round. bottom their shoulders has fallen and out of declare Florida.that" 'the i I the number of its artesian wells, and also breezes. J. 31. SAWYER ..ft: SOX,

This shows that Kilrain is the gamiestand Is this true? What Quality elementof for the'push and energy of the settlers on river The is Patronage specially] solicited.of the People of the Yacht

pluckiest prize fighter that has ever I success has Florida lost? Are not her both sides of its banks. Mr. McAlister is Sail-makers

been within the ring. As soon as the orange trees growing and thriving in at present engaged sinking the sixth well TABLE SERVED WITH ALL THE
spite of the croakers? Are not thousands 84 & 85 South St. New York
men were stripped, prepared for the in a radius of one mile. MARKET AFFORDS. ,
trees j
young coming rapidly into bearing .
fight, the great superiority of Sullivan's and fully realizing all the claims that Ocala Press Swimming Pool and Bathrooms sup- AXD

frame and training was very appaient, were made by the most enthusiastic in man living near: Elias the city Countee found, a colored plied with Salt and Sulphur Artesian FOOT OF 53TH ST., ATLANTIC
a lady'sgold Water
1 the difference in weight between the two our palmiest days? Can any man point watch a few days since, and never all connected with the House free to YACHT BASIS, BROOKLYN .

men being estimated at 20 to 25 pounds. out Florida a single? failure of soil or climate in rested easy until he found the owner and guests. 4 .
Are not the failures all due to returned her SPECIAL RATES BY
Kilrain to this valuable treasure. THE )WEEK
is very much disappointed o"ert the people and not to else? On Particular <
anything Elias is an old-time honest darkey. OR MONTH12tf attention civen to PJe.t.l1<
Boat Sails of all descriptions.'

1 li 5_

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-_- = THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10? 1880.I : .jRz .


____ JI1.'C1o WALIKB S. GRZ M.. C. Starch, Proprietor.
OtbtIo a G 3L t.jrays J co.,yard Secr..tract Drenrd Cojbttrlu Abpeddeat Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic STJLXNrGT: : : -Y-LcB...

., & OBAHAM, Cigars. Trade supplied with fine
Otb B OBB1 hand made goods. Orders promptly filled. Cocoa, Indian River, Flor {li.
F.bQd. ,
ATTon\E1"S--\T-LA\\- Factory at Malabar, Fla. 28
../, TITCSV1LLE,Brertrd Co.. Florida. .
I F cities of the Seventh
4e tltbt Wfl!**d ID ce the In aU supreme the ConrL Special fmcilid TA U IAN'S .
t Land Titles.
aDd Perfecting
ccrr teI; J: Granu eininR.o1iritf'd. Money from to Loan.CUiinauts and Heirs 12iff NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
II)FSaL Hardware Stoves --. .\. GIXGlt.\8, TBIl PIOXEER AGENCY.For Crockery, Tinwarej

terms and sample copies address ,

Bock Ledge, Titusville P. O., Brevard county; Fla. .
Paints Oils, Glass :l.1HllnttJPlumbers' ,


414at Titu"i1I, loritla. Titusville, Florida, BARBED WIRE,

Keeps full. uppl)'of metallic and wooden Supplies, a

at'1 A)1.. TIIR.\SIIER- Coffins Cases and Caskets WIRE NETTING,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Doors Sash Blinds
p.O'Box 20.In all the counties VNTORD of the,Sevenths FLA. Funerals attended if desired. All orders and WIRE CLOTH
ITfll practice Supreme Court. 3TuSTE. promptly executed, and at reasonable -
OjCBit .
rates. Embalming done.

O. OHardware\ :E3ECTOB.,
Atloraey-at-Law 0 and Coimyaiicer, SHINGLES and LATH .I1JNITIOK": ,

J.'ib"orth Dade County, Florida.WillfuniMi and FISIIIXU TAfKI.E.

Abstracts: of Title to Dade
i County land Ship: Goods, .
General Produce
ten.ra TONES & ATKINSON, Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings; For Chattanooga Plow Com
pany's plows and cane mills; Planet Jr. farm tools.
Attorncys-at-L.a\v, MERCHANT.
Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Coffins and Caskets.
Melbourne -
A. L. Hatch & Son, Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited( and
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, estimates furnished promptly.
w TJlrf. rtlclnllltheCourtf cf the Seventh Jufidtl ;DEALERS IX


Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,
DR. L. T. DANIEL, Stationery, Family Medi- cfcDealers El..TDGE
..eartr ('0001. FLORIDA. cines Garden Seeds,
WH1 be at the Grand View Hotel, Titusville, on
tie First Monday in each )Month for one week or CHOICE GROCERIES,
more Patronage solicited,and all work guaranteed in
cir to lit uttatactrr. 11 Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.



r' Office, until further notice, at Indian' \V. M. BROW,Cashier.
Eiver Hotel.
ly Quality of work un urpa'ed. 8 INDIAN RIVER BANK G-EJ.VER..A.L :E-IAR..D-VV AR..E9


rr'v. Titusville, Florida.A Sash Doors and Blinds Stoves Tinware and
CiTil Engineer arTitnscille Surveyor, GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN- ; Crockery.

a. .h.. SACTED.

R. K. BURCHFIELD, Exchange bought and soMe Special and S7Befrigerators
prompt attention given to collections. J oansnegotmtel
s'r.a on first mortgage for Savings
COUNTY SURVEYOR. Hanks Corporations Individuals. Inter- Water Coolers, Ice Creain Freezers,
. est allowed on time deposits.
Orders by mail will receive as prompt
lr Advances made upon available collateral. Screen Wire Screen Windows
attention as calf in per n.Addre58 Approved business pa ierdiscounted. Screen-Wire Doors.
: Georgians, Fla. Drafts on all parts of Europe.
Business done at Jacksonville rates.
.a I Every favor consistent with sound
ITnY L.\ RUE P. ELY, banking cheerfully extended. POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.

CORRESPONDENTS:Bank of Jacksonville,
XfJfflry f Pdtlirfnr the Stntc at Large. Jacksonville, Fla.; The Seaboard National TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.THE .
Bank New York. -
t"1IL Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist.


finfeh a specialty..Melbourne.. I'lorhla. c RIVER BAKERYWe NEW DRUG STORE I

will Keep on Hand Every Day

t. FOR $3,000. FRESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES, Has on hand a Fine Assortment of 1 Best of Goods. _


Bottlers of Sodawater GingerAle
GROVE TO CURE the Diseases for which
and other Drinks.ALL they are Recommended.
a a
IX FINE THRIFTY CONDITION. have no cure-alN, but a different
S. A. 1IELCUE11 &: COMPANY, Remedy for Each Claus of Diseasefor oWo
THREE HUNDRED & FIFTY TREES, Affections of the Liver, Lungs,Heart
PROPRIETORS: and Kidneys; for Female Complaints; and =
:.Iso Ointments for Eczema, Ringworm,
I Two Hundred in food I :arin
FLA. .
TITUSVILLE, Tetter and other Diseases-i the Skin.Give
40 them a trial and .von will not edisappointed.
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POll SALE.A ..
J. B.
SCREVEN Druggist,
FROM PRESENT CROP, tract of land on Indian River in the
of Brevard consisting: of SS TITUSVILLE, FLA. 7
OF 10 PER CENT.ON PRICE. acres; it being lot No.3, and south half Boots Shoes and Gents'I
of the northeast quarter of section 3:>, PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup
- and lot No. :H, being the southwest quar- ,
\Dlmr ter of the northwest quarter of section Barrels $2.25.
ea 30 both in township 31 south range& Gauged to order, ten cents extra.
LOCK BOX 24rN I TITUSYILLE, cast. This is a very desirable piece ofhammock. Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. .
9 soil of rich quality, suitable Goods
ri.omn.v. for the raising of all tropical fruits. Is O. B. I Fnrnishing
--------- situated at the Narrows,near Enos post-
Blacksmith Honey barrels and Oval Water Breaker
41Cr & Repair Shop. office. Will sell cheap for cash. For from 2.00 up.
particulars address .A.1; COST & BELO-VV.
E. 31. LOW Tanksand
Cr.n '11:011 Work*V lliiilding. Brockton.Mass.
Sept. all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. .
I am Selling for my Father, the Assigneeof
.nn H. C. CARTER, Prop'tor, JOHNSON,
Jacob Birnbaum his Entire SPLENDID
LaGrat+de, : : Florida. ,
TIT 'S i'ILLF, FLA. A. M. Hamilton & Co., STOCK, at the old Birnbaum stand in Titus-

Wagon & Buggy Shafts on hand
Dealers in TITUSVILLE. FL i.,

catn: At the\V ti Tank on the Railroad. 8 TIN &SHEET-IRON WORKERS. And you shall not go without a chancefor
Indian River Oysters,,


C We Sell these Goods
GALVANIZED WORK, mean to includinga

Real Estate Dealers, Green Turtle and Game And Repairing of all; kinds Lot of Choice CIGARS and TOBACCO, in

will receive prompt and careful at- order.eTOHN
K All orders \vhetherUy telegraph Location: MAIX ST., near .
tention. ricer.J..I'I JONES,FOR ASSIG EE.b
Worth Dade Co., Fla. letter or person. 1;


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C' ('onUI from Fayf 3. anything strange or unexpected which JI I ship;, and Rave fonge to help her. II I I Indian River Steamboat Co. I RAY & BRYAX=

came to pass. I knew that it was idle to communicate ,
I3:1: :1ttrniItt.t! ty the .loora .oJ'>t'lUngGnd ;; For these reasons, therefore, the face with you, for she is too proud to accepttho :

h..y: rushing! |>n*>! tin1 f.* ttnan to of Clark Rogers wore the troubled look I!I slightest benefit from you while you Ar1ies1an.VVel1

4tIPt'IiLti'" n.'r-i-f.jin! ;:v ..:::!<. It wn which had attracted the notice of his i ire still alive. Events have at last taken cbedules in effect MAY 12, 1889. \.' D

,:i !II" Si:,.: ': .* .i.b .:;... ..:m> t<. partners and the clerks. The letter had I i turn which puts it in your power to STEAMER ST. LUCIE,

Il.ur.fc':.' .. f IMIIV .-ivi-J hiT life am.lo advised him to until I: offer her assistance that she will not re IRRIGATION COIITRAC1'ORS.Solicit
suspend judgment .- Leaves TITUSVILLE.................... G a inArrives ,
.' '
::1"j I ': : t. -t- Ji : I!; "b I >g (1 tI; he should have further evidence, and in I fuse.

'!:o., : : '.' ,.. ,;...::1.t;;. the effort to accomplish this ho found "Clark Rogers, I come to warn you I I at Melbourne..1 noon CorrespondenceT1TTSVIIXE ,
I r" himself unable to keep his thoughts upon I, that the day of your death is at band; it I Returning: ,

his work during the day. Had he been is not a month away, it is scarcely more FL01U0I.
had i Leave! Melbourne.....................12 noon
THE[ able to offer himself any explanation than a week. The will which you ---
,4 whatever, he might have dismissed the drawn up three years ago leaves: the I Arrive at Titu villc................. f fi p m ST. LUCIE -

question from his mind, but in defaultof bulk of your property to your nephew. 'i Above daily: except Sunday. HOUSl\\

that it constantly returned to torment Within three days you will receive information !
: him. Presently a curious desire to see through tha newspapers of Florida,

the conclusion nf the affair took possession his betrayal of tho trust imposed him, I: Leaves Melbourne..................... 5 a In been
Having Re-Furnished
A N of him. and he began to wonder and of his disgraceful flight. When you Arrives at Jupiter..................... SpIll i is ijt i

;- .-' tainwin.a cer whether the alleged "medium" would frame a new tE'stament-and see that I MondaysWednesdays and Friday I OPEN FOR GUESTS, under the M Ian.

: i I put in an appearance.At you do not delay in doing so-remember II of its old
i ., -,4 ter morning agouient proprietor and
I Returning : o\nse-
about 9 o'clock that evening Mr. the woman whose life was rendered .
a few
years ago, I Rogers sat alone .in _his_ private_ office at miserable by your selfish: neglect. The I Leaves Jupiter........................... 5 a ra JAMES PAINE

: Mr. Clark I the front end of the building on Sansoino money whieh'oa had intended to leave j Arrives at Melbourne.................. S p mTuesdays' ,

Rogers, j street To the rear, beyond tha laby- to your j-ister's unworthy son will go to Thursdays and Saturday Proprietcr,

rinth of tables and showcases, were the repair the wrong which you wrought' SI. 3.ucic. Florida.
who was ,JES Connection i L made at Titu-sville
s, .. glass compartments where a few book fifteen years ago. It will enable one of j I & K. W.
the "Co. in the '! with trains of the J., T. Sys-:: ZI
.r ;::; firm of Harkness, I keepers were still at work Intent upon the noblest and truest women who ever tern to and from all points Xorth, and at --

Lyon & Co., in I 2didhing i the duties which he had left lived to educate her children and spend I j!I Jupiter with daily stage for Juno ((8 "FROST LINE" TO THE FRONt

.j,4 Sansotnestreet, I oadone during the day, Rogers was the remainder of her life in peace and I i miles) where connection is made with

t 4; appeared at the :nding ever the paper on his desk. Them comfort, blessing your memory after you j! the steamer "LakeVortli" for all landings -
office with a veryrxprcbsion ru> \vsa lighted dimly by an argand are dead. II| on Lake Worth Having Purcha-cd the ''FrostLine.*

j: unus: on his face. Hark- I gas lamp. When at last he looked up, The voice ceased, but the stranger sat and feeling the necessity of keeping
with and dilated W. B. \r AT&OX. Superintendent. op
parted lips steadily ,
ness. ", t.o was, an tillable, kindly man, I he discotercd that ho was no longer eyes her past Good Reputation a a Swift
'. alone, but that tall dressed in gazing at the listener. From the first, I G. I). ACKERLY Gen. IVs. and
iJCticrti; : :t, and ahbod whether he was I a man, a Agent.
had nerved himself Great Courier I ask of the people} a Coo.
Rogers to meet some
shabby suit of black cloth :
4 not foilingcry; much out of sorts that I was standingnear
sort: of a shock, but the sound of tho dead P. F. JACK, General Manager. tinuance of their rood Favor
morning. It did not escape Lyon, the : him. He had entered unnoticed, : ; ___ _. _____.u __ _. __ .______u_ I
t practical managing head of the firm, .I although both the street and office doors voice, tie memory ot a forgotten Jove -- --- -- I Will Make Contracts for
were closed. Hisarms folded and and the reference to his own death deprived $500.00 Reward
who ventured the remark that Rogers were ,
:'. evidently had something on his mind. ; from under the brim of his black slouch him for a time of tho self control }i, \\ith evidence to prove that any remedy in thisi Delivery of Lumber and Lar

4 Tlu look-keepers, who were accustomed hat a pair of great, deep set eyes looked which was characteristic of him. i I wide world equal Johnson Chill awl Fever Tonic
t however be recovered himself the of chill and fever id all malarial
I down tho merchant. Gradually, 111 treatment <
to work under Mr Rogers' direction, upon Cargoes
Price MJ CeutF. Money refunded if not
commented I "Good evening" said he when and determined that whatever internal I ,
upon it at uoon to one an- Rogers satisfied.
: other and decided that something very looked up; "my name is Campion." misgivings might beset him he Anywhere up or down Indian River.

queer must have happened to affect him "How did you get in?" asked Rogers, I Toud! put on a bold front to thin man. I Tallahassee, Fla. Be sure you see me before closing con

4; to deeply' in a startled tone. ; whom he believed to be an impostor. ".JohUJOU JChill 3Ld FeArr Tonic" needs nc
pUt>hin by the rttiller: it ad\rti- itself vrhtreeertold. tracts elsewhere.Repectfully.
1 : The fom: thing very queer which had "The doors open quietly, and you were After a few moments of silence he said I \V. A. KAWLSSaiifonl : .

upset the matter-of-fact intellect of Clark much absorbed in your work," the man with apparent unconcern: "It is evident, ,

I ; Rogers, and had brought the strained, answered.As whoever you are, that you know much I :Fla.It J. W. ROGERS

1. bewildered look upon his face, was a letter it became more evident that his about Howard Russell and myself, yet I I gin.ecellfnt Eati1action.-A. E. PHILIPS ,

which the postman had delivered at strange visitor was flesh and blood, and am in ix? way affected by the pretended I'j 4 Owner
Madison Fla.
his bachelor apartments that morning. not some unearthly being, Mr. Rogers' message which you deliver. I do not j, I
With tho reading of that letter a complete calmness returned. He motioned the believe in. them at all As to your effortto I i Your word Tonic ot gives complaint excellent. satisfaction.R.l>ELL POPE.Hn"ntbeard C. II. SCOTT,

I : revolution) had taken place in his man to a Sat opposite to himself in frontof excite my fears by predicting my I EA&TEKXHAIllDKESSIXG

I i mind. For the first time in his life oftortfit"c the desk, and, for a minute, looked death, it win avail nothing. I am in too I Lake City, Fla.;

years he was brought face to inwntly at his face as the light fell on it good health to allow my spirits to bo It gives satisfaction to all who try it. SALOOX.

C face with something for which he could from the gas lamp. The. medium's feat- touched by superstitious dread of such i I CHALCEK UR03. & PillCL.: ,

t tw find no conceivable explanation.. Here- ures were large- and striking-, and of a I! a:,evZit.- If you want a clean nnd es.-y shave,

:t tofore no problem had ever presented itself waxy paleness. I To I? Cwtinmd.; Ocala Fla. As clean as btrhere\"ergan',

t I to which his plain common sense Presently when Mr. Rogers felt his Your Chill and :Fexer Tonic is selling beyond; raj Just call on me at my saloon,

was not equal Being now suddenly self control buillciently established to..I Advice to Mothers.Mrs. ,I bottle expectation has Lerii Gins returntil.f'l.tirl' s:1tisf"l.tion.H>. DELuurST.I Not a single. At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll .

thrown from the regular orbit which he speak he said: "\V ell. sir. what is your i .WL 3LoW'S: OO.CKNC fcrfir?:!hTlt.1a.1waJ' I cut and comb} your hair with grace

vas accustomed to traverse, the result business with me?" : be used whtn clijluren iire cutting teeth.natural It relieves I Lakeland] :Fla. To suit the contour of your face;
the little suffc.nrj.t once; it produces ,
was something very like a panic. "1 do not know." answered the man. I II I quiet sleep,and the liitlecLeiub awakes!as"bright I Ihe iK diciLc is a pood ".eller aid h:-glHU entire To you I'll give a good shampoo,
button." It to U ta. It The art of which known to few.
The His method of as a is Tory pleasant .ati.J.'W"c .Til: ii'H Fi IiBI>
strange thing concerning this let- speaking was quite as I I
chiLi the ,atlaysal\pain, i
.' soothes the ,Foiters gums 7.
., ter, which had come regularly through strange as his appearance. He spoke I I regulates the bo we.a,!.Ludiathe best known reme J 7 ,Ir __ _____ My sci 'orharp, lilY razor'skeen,
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t each I for diarrhoea, \vhttb prism? from tettiunj or i My shop i is a ways neat and clean,
the mail and bore the San Francisco Jowly; yet sentenco helmed to come I i
L other causes. Twenty-five o.nU a bottle. { FOR ALE AT rut find
I \ncll'yer.ything: Mire you'll ,
postmark of the preceding day. was ., at a breath, I I
I S'lU'lX.: ; mini .v TOIU' I II Tonit the taste and l'iease the mind.
that it came from a dead man That "You do not know : riKTi what did ,\T :,
Howard Russell was dead there could you come for:" 10,000, AGENTS Y/ASTED ., :J, Ti':;- !I '1'ittivi I it'. FIoiIda.SIHJ J \nd now to all who patronize intend,

OM/V .irrm:>Tir, "HJlpll'h' A *..ruph' : ._ .J lIot come aloiu and brineour frieni.
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'a bo no doubt, for nearly twenty years before The man pa >scd his hand wearily over : ---=-= : : : ==
I Ana I I will
'., himself had his HISTORY Ui THE J Tnnvwii.'ujni FLOOD -r-- assure you tn'ry
Rogers helped to carry eyes. did t--- .\ very be-t; to ->ati-fv.: najlIn

l his body to the grave. They had been "Because I was compelled to come l'lofat.h' Hlu':1"it-.l wit:. \ews! of all soits 1* Q I seWln".M8t'hineFRHE I I -_ _ _ _
friends their For several days I have been hunted ('OI1h-'tol: with thi lernlilfc Scei.f of th' M'?htvInundation. IJl
during boyhood and youth by a I
12: 1I'f>.. 4co |>a>rs P.ue. *?."ALlBHRALTMtM ) and roods where tie people can ice XOTI( I .
i; in a decaying New England town. On spirit that would give me no rest until I >. TlMC-XMJ* WANT IT KM\\D: I 'persoa them we in will each tend loulitrlhe'fry free to one

the other hand, there seemed to be nor had communicated hU message to you I I is IMMUXSE.: h-iut qau-klj :Kuwiit* tor Outfit to I the best world.wnh sewing-machine all the made m I Cum.fiC'otiif /:,"(r- attachment
possible doubt that this letter was from Yesterday I wrote you from him the letter -I J \" KEELE11 CO.. 52o: ChettLUt St., Fhila] 1'&. .-, .: We will also tend free complete C. I). Pangle

Howard RusscIL It was signed with his which I taw you receive, and which [line tamplef.of oar In costly return and we art valuable that you art \ -. vA ...ump S2i5:
PARKER'S show what we fend to those who G. .J. IIar .'. J
; name, was written unmistakably in his I j has been in your mind during the day. may call at your home,and after 3 c(
i You I HAIR BALSAM k months all shall become year own It appearing from the: affidavit rf JamesT.
; hand, and contained references to things i are bo constituted as to be unable to This
.pertr. grand machine
: ;; Cleanses and beautifies the hair. is Sander thabove
for in
4M of which no one else could 1o\\". After believe what I say, bo I need not trouble l Promotes a luxuriant growth. made which after hare the run out Sinner:before patent patrol, entitled, attorney that plaintiff the defendant

a strained effort account for it nil, Mr. myself to assure you that I did not even Never Fails to Restore Gray --- ran out it*old for 893,with the cau-e,
Hair to its Youthful Color. ; taehment, and now Mil for therein named i is a nun-re-icit.nt of the State
t ;t Rogers read and re-read the letter, experiencing -;, know what that letter contained, just as 4 A Prevents 60c and Dandruff i.tDrtwo'i'ts.and hair: :foiling FE! FR Cr c $machine:; t,itrongett the world.,most All oseral !i.- of Florida and that lii. lenience i> un-

:t as he did so a queer sensation I I do not know now what I am destined to brief,inunction inven.LLfree.Those who>o write capital to required. Plain, known, and that he i i't over :!lear uf age.
Df mental numbness The letter ran ask say to you, and cannot retell it when the carl tree the best sewing-machine in the us world at once, and can the se I'lwn motion of complainant it is ordered
I fn line of works of hiph art ever shown
follows: ,. spirit is gone.? rA'iiiJ.E tk CO.. littx 74O, Aueuata together, Maine America that the said! ,1ei 11l ant. i. J. IIar'

r ilv Dun GLARE You are doubtless astonished "See here,"interrupted Rogers, sternly, dee, do plead, :Ul Wcr or demur to con-

k' to receive a letter in my handwriting and are "I am prepared to listen to what you t>1ainant's> declaration herein filed on orbe-

pv vainly eadearorlng to account for it. For many have to communicate to me, for in some i tl'ethefi rt Monday in Augu-tnextor iU
h years I bare been wishing and striving to communicate Patterson Mineral Springs
will he taken confessed
k with you, and at last I hare found a ;' mysterious way you seem to be speaking Resulting from the Errors of Youth, Folly,Vice.Ig- : ; provided
i* } human medium through whom I can reach you; for a dead man that I once knew. I will norance, Ac.,may be cured at home without fail or that publication ,.f this order l be
!t his hand guided by mine writes and his whatever fee is exposure.! Infallible and Confidential. Lane I made once a week for four con>ecatire
J you body I pay necessary, but do not Treatise, 300 pages,only J1 by mail,sealed,postpaid. I Bll.illillg Enlarged
1'. lieU! by my soul can speak the message I wish to : try to make me believe what I know to Small book, wIth endorsements of the press, free. weeks in the FI.OKII STAI, a newsj>aif
: tend. 1 know that this Is all out of the range of !i be falsa" Send now. Addrees the Peabody Medical Institute, i I I published in the city of Titusville, in said
q 1. ::.four belief. Experience has never repeated to .j I i. or Dr. W.ILParker No.4 Bulfincli St.Bo2touMas. --:( :- circuit.
; you the possibility cf the returnofabuiansou1 I II The man shook his head. --- '
'knujr* Ltaf of First-Cta Done and ordeud bv thisud! da/of
any fyrunj me
I I to the earth after its departure from the body. I ,i "There will be no fee," said lui. .: HINDER CORNS. .
\ D.
$1. ask to believe Thf'"jly snre Cure for Corns. Stops' all pain. EimiTfl iii tit S i//A. July 1SSL.
to listen.
you nothing only It U : "
:( reccssary that you should understand that it is :' "Very well, then, said the merchant, i <' /. f.i t to the ruppistd.. Hlscox co..>.Y. II IIi A. A. STEWART,

Howard Russell whot't'itel this letter; therefore "I am prepared to listen to you.? ; In Full View! cf f tte Bins Kites! Clerk County Court Erevan Co., FIs-
I will remind you of theptedgewhlchlgaveyou There were a few minutes of silence j FvCONSUMPTIVE. ; James T. Samlet, Plaintiffs .\tt"y. H

when you talked with me alone a few hours before : Rogers had pushed his chair back until I, p1.;:'..ARKJift'S. GINGER TONIC. Jth'ucnret1: MonanaFour : !; _
death, that I would .w-a tM-taamlii: the w-i-t rtiie.1y Kr all iiians.n,?
44 foresaw my return to warn you if I j he was out of the light of the lamp and I c.-w.Jtu::'o nutritioo. Take in tune. 5,..:. and $1.U.H1RES I :totfctor taehment..
7 any calamity to your life. I win remind
C you too of the October afternoon when weEtroOed I several yards distant from his visitor. .1 Mileouth: of hdtr. X. C.. on III County Cuutt Jlrcmrtl County cd
together through the woods and talked of The latter Charleston Cincinnati & ,
I Mary sat motionless as a statue, his Chicago Kail-
4 and solemnly agreed to remain fnends whichever I eyes fastened upon a spot in the wall : road. l'zttter'ii t\tionc:1l""IJdf mile of State of Florida.
cf us ehe might Is this sufficient Can ,,
C. I).
his prilJgs. Patifflc _\* ir
Presently pale features 5ump
began to
r you imagine that cry one else should kDow of I
i these two occurrences I II twitch nervously, but he did not bpeak. I TO Till AFFLICTED.Physician" vs. }\
r' I It U for the sake of Mary that 1 wish to come j His hands were clasped with an energy 2e HIRES'IMPROVED uc9ROOT I witl tell von that the In rnli-) I G. J. Hardee. j Dunage--J..
to speak to you, and because of the love which tin mtained in the Waterare in To G. J. JJitnlee :
I which denoted mental : e their
you once bore her you are bound to listen. On great strain. His !j BEER : effect Aperient, Diuretic, Tonic and Alter- You arc hereby notiiicil that a writ of
breath in !
1, the evening the day when you read this letter : came long sighs or in short, | athe. making it Natine'- H'medfllr attachment has been issued against yo*
t; you will find yourself detained at the oce byunfinished : quick gaspsAll and saU"Ythe
::1 ::1 work. There will come to you a man at he turned his i IN LIQUID NOBGllftG EASILY MADE i l1lie..tiol; DY''l'l': ia, li.ease: of the. your property attached: to
once great demands of C'/D. in the sum
eyes I'it1nev. Liver ... Paugh
ml! his all
give came as Campion and will offer : THIS: PACKAGE MAKES FIVE GALLON : ca e:; of
? to speak my words. You shall listca to hiI:1.:: upon Rogers and began to speak, and at Ij T'c.'hilitlli'l Weak Cunootitntiulis: which of 822. (two hundred and twenty-fit

i I learn your destiny,end act upon the aJctc.wbIch I the first word the merchant started as if j j I .:.I, 7 /VG 4yJ7 ,i need a' :Stimulant:: and! in Rht UUltil' and dollars). Now, unless you shiallapPj

is tendered. Let Dot your disbelief la the possibility i he had received a painful bhock, for he I i i UtYV' ANQ I ::;croiul AtKctku t.TO plead or demur to the declaration fife"
: of tfci close your ears to the truth Withhold ; heard again the sound of a voice stilled :' II I therein in the cilice of the Clerk of tM
4. l judgment for the but listen faithfully -, THE PLP.LIC.
present j County Court of lirevard &*
i. to for many years in death. > \\ ,' an* "itu Ued county. ?
my message.; so : -o'.vinij to the I
on or the
; Toe SPIJUT or UCWAKO I2rss=x. "Clark, I need not tell you who it is oorER J with Farm attachetl, f-om ,irhichve et I j lirst Monday iu.Auguin
1' the.same being the Sih then--ot-:1I[
; :Now had cf Clark that speaks to for : our day !
4 any one Rogers' you, you recognize me Uiti1it'sloilig a great part of the ne- '! the year of our r..ort11S5 ,judgment
:-t friends, who were wont to adaiire the I by my voice. Believe me, I am sorry to :, etarv work durinir tl.f :OOt'a. ni the J-jrin;" s be rendered against you and your pfO I*

i cool, practical way In which ho took the : have given you this shock, but it was : I are open, ue c.m favor our Patron with I city will be sold to satisfy said detnand-

affairs of life related such an occurrenceto needed that you should know what is :, the le>t Mineral Wattr, the Most "'JlUlt.'- ; JA3IES E. BOWMAX, Sheriff.

to him, he would have been at no loss for i I II soon toCOme to pass. A calamity is' Tne moot APPETIZING and "WHOLESOMETEMPERANCE : I ,tion z(.!l.t.' Food the and 1 Firt-CJao- ,:\ommocla-I'' James T. Sanders, PlaintUn;.\ttj. 1JDixox

I tW an explanation.. "Some enterprising I about to happen to you, of which I must I DKINK In the world. TRY rr.I I at foliuwiu VZH; e\treuiel\I'I --- -- -

::4 swindler,' he would have declared, I give you warning for the sake of the woman : Ask your Druggist or Grocer for It. When.. Ore Per' u ecc.ipif ro on, $150
"who happened to have learned these ; whom we once both loved. In the I T\v'j !':nor.s ociup\ room. 1 23; I

facts about you, imitates the dead man's i selfish life that youaro leading it is many C. E HIRES, PHILADELPHIA ; \\' One Person r/prnrt fn.hcn .. WLEL- -rin--'-,, ..u" ,,'v.., i I
hand writing in tho hope of J'ttingou years since you even thought of Mary i Tw.s cr woe otctspy rooD, .. 00
to )pay: for further disclosures." Yet, now You have not cared to learn whethersho ]I When.. One Person PEE 3JCMH-CS occnpies room Ilzoys, ).. 25 0')

? i I mat me case was 01 ins own experience, i is happy or wretched, although at #' Two or more occnpv room %25 oo

-- .1: thi>> explanation:: wu dismissed almost i one time she was to have been your wife. ''Tutt's Pills old Children, one fourth!S: to price.12 year.Servants' ,*!. half,swecial price; rates to G in years ,'

'without a hearing For a time his You knew that she was now a widow, I cor Jauce to 6f nice rendered In coring for room act of i
continued but how she has family or versou thev arE< "ih I .
L thoughts to grope about blindly I maintained herself and Where there arc a family cf five or more, & GRAY, Wholesale Agents.
striving to grasp anything by which her children you have not asked. In party of friends from the same town or section or a,
they could find their way back to light your narrow and OOt"eroay you have FOR TORPID LIVER. who will occupy one large roou, a reducuoa of ten I. NOTICE.
per cent. will be made.
: [There seemed to be nothing within reach, always blamed her for the separation A torpid liver deranges the 1 vrbolesys CAKE or STOCK.-Horses!, per day fifty cents I All persons concerned will not e
.I and for once hopeless amazement ruled which your neglect and coldness forced tern, and produces per! week, three dollars; per month, ten dollars.A3TUSEMEXT3 ; notice that. six months after date, I w1"

in his mind. her to bring about When she married : Sick Headache AND BECItEATIOX. present to lion. Minor S. Jones. CoUfltlJudge
I 1 Bowling Alley, Lawn Tennis Croquet, Fcot-CaU of Brevard 'FlorIda. J1Jr
J\s'Mr. Clark Rogers had no relativa you dismissed her from your thoughts ,: and In-door Games of all kinds. county, j
,. *',*' ho proposed to leave his prop- I I is having been unworthy of you. You Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheumatism TEAM: One Horse and Bnggr. When two will hnal vouchers as administrator will b tbt of
I contract to use it'ifcjy: for one or more hours will annexed, of Thomas Xew, Jate
ottr his sister's each
?fto son a man are as and as
young unfeeling now as day. fifteen cents
I Sallow Skin and Piles. per hoar for each person. said IJrevard county deceased and tb: I
ofjjp&cn/iderablo business when Address
: promise, who you were by your superior strength : at the leur
There same time 1 will for
_: ''lived in a city of the middle Such of will Is no better remedy for these W. apply :
west. I you compelled to give her up. common diseases than Tutt'a LiTer G. PATTERSON, dismissory from such a lUlni tr.luon.'

L 4 a life was without perplexities of any t "Foryea.rsi have seen the woman Itoved i Pills, as a trial irill prove. Price,:::Se. SHELBY P.O., OR SWAN P. O. This March 1i.; 18S9.r31. ,

______________ eon, and tended to make harder to boor I suffering from poverty and hard Sold Everywhere. \ 3IcCiucKEN%*
j I Cleveland County, X. C. 10-2m 4S-Cmo. .\Administrator. .


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S. H. RAY, A. B. CAMPBELLJacksonville EARTH SEASK1;a graphic description ct

; .f '- .i the wonderful things In Nature;thrilling adrentnrej:
... .
V f'I.I 1 ;: lr on Land and Sea-renowned diseoveries of great explorera.
preparatory to opening up and making Fla. Published In En.rUi'h and German 8fi2 page
SM illustrations. A GREAT BOOK TO ESLL. Illustrated
for my Extensive and Varied circulars and extra terms to agents :FREE.
room Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., FOP.SSEE'& McMAlLLV, Cincinnati.: O.

Knabe Piano, Weber Pianos Haines
t. Bro' PianoMorris Pianos, Wilcox & TVPERFECTCOFFEE

StockI TITUSVILLE, FLA. White Organ anti Chicago Cottage 6)) MAKER.

Spring Organ.. A new invention for waking: ,
Y Coffee and Tea,better than an>
I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest Coffee flUng now and In can cue be;used saves with Hof any tae

station High Grade Coffee or Tea Pot.Sample will te
'I ,ca sent by mall: for twenty cents la
stamps. Agent Wanted to r
send for full particulars of this
bare Inaugurated a and other fast selling articles
Forsbee& HcHakb.CinelnnatMX l
1 88)Solid Gold
Can'l MarchaiiilisB / i- 3.I1fot S 1 OO. .
I Belt rU5 f-3 b."I&Ckdpt-r watch in the, W&tCh.FRRH ,

tinted.Hiiaung:: Heary ::O jh t. I
CLEARANCEI OP.d"Q ilf C3*, };cUI !.uawaigenis'.ize.witSaokt
I ,..;... :
ant eves of
I c--= 1 egad .Iue.
STORE. ;, Person in itli tocatiy -
I / : can secure ese free,
tp: :J1..r with our Urpe an J"il-
\ f1ANS ____/- axle line of Houeholtl
S SALE Simple These lampus.. s*
\ it well al the watcb, we semi
Free and after you have*f pt
them in you v-i-ne for 9 months and sbjwntbrm to tae
who may baY r raa.d they become your own prcpfrt TbO"1I
l'Ol LEA S MONEY than any other house in the who wnte .t once. can be sure of rfcei., "irr,the,iVntchand ,
Sample We all nprf"" fri.rS tt? Adirn*
I to I Mteu crap- !I" 111 liJlIi Piano or Organ to .
propose keepFirstClass Stin on at Co., lion 1%Portland, al..c.PIAN
OFFERING MY ENTIRE LINE OF iuy honest i' \' i' \\02...11, on trial, and it cot
r isI3ctorr: I ,';i.1 vy eight both wayp. $25
cash and $10,.1./1 ntli oil a Piano, and$10 cash and
1 A Stook $5 a month ,J' Jii Organ till paid for-not much
more tan t':'i!.nary rent On these very liberal'
1 terms aty'na eau o\\u a instrument. Send for
S #. : TREE CAT..1.(AtlE eciitauiins:; full information.
IINTERDRESS Shett Music, Su-inw. Violin. banjos, Guitars, AcoorJeon .
-OFGROCERIES- *, aud in fact, every Musical Instrumentthat
n niadf.and at ery lowprice" Send for com.
NEAT AND PROMPT. plete Cataloffne", I bare 20,fH'O pieces of Choice
Muic At 10('t'1.b:1''r copy

1 A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5
-ron- r r ltat
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.A..1; Cc>s"t. SCOTT'SEMULSION '. '

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JOB PRINTING DRY COODS 3 ORGA '1o'v;'';rj 1 rii 1st. '


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-SUCU A&IETTIRIIEADS 3Iens' Lat1 es' & Childrensa FIFTH An.!,\)" .'e, J'"t.-:,L.. !
ITS SHIRTS PANTS r; ; Almost as Palatable as Milk.So .

SA :
disguised that it can be taken, 'ta
digested, and assimilated by the most ,..... __
ETC., AT COST. : IQEJCLOTHING:: sensitive stomach, when the plain oil June I : -f
cannot be tolerated; and by the combination tofiiig, :\' I;
of the oil with the hypophoi I
pbitet i* much more efflcacioas.

-- Remarkable as a flesh producer $25 O ( .lJ.4, :
i ...
I I Make Redactions on Many Persons gain rapidly while taking its Worth of Plano'P."i. .

AOTE-IIEiDS, SCOTO'S EMULSION is ackno ledgedbj from beat maker tr \' -d
Other Lines .A. a Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation out regardless of cot l'r..n.... I t
in the world for the relief and cure oi Stock toolarze. 1'1'1't,.","-.. etntocalhortnsta1C


,An know I can Save You Money on GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING Some,entirely N I'W l>-:S' ,.4,. '
DISEASES, EMACIATION, "' MENTiS not used a Jr.-. i
Purchases.MY COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS. Some,Nearly c'n"d a !' r i

STATEMENTS, Th great remedy for Consumption, and month!! ,onJy !

fasting in Children Sold oy all Drvggitt* Some,used a year o"">'- :"';.:!c,I I
used two to threeSortieflneSeeoudIa.11.vcar: '

STOOK OF CIRCUL..iRS9 ."t"*I-- :
If any dealer says he has the W.L.Don gla. ,
in change, and umd 'W' QI
Shoes without name and price stamped oi
NEW Gent's t"'nrl1ishil1 Goods, the bottom put him down all n fraud. our repair Factor v. K".>-t55's 'f. ,
-Ue-litruo8' Ue'ttor-e41 trl 'rrl:
FOLDERS, and Action, nnd lctia ":u.s l t""
years of service.BARGAINS. .


I EASY f: !
i OWN Ti'IM.. n?.;het..
Very light Montblj rr-"i: *nr+, !
or Small Cash rayuienia;>a'.nJ.i
PROGRAMMES, ancc when you yet rca,iv j

LADIES' HATS: Give you all the time vi _! rp:;
0.1y' sw but SPOT CASH will savf sag I
money. TRY l> O>. 1i ,' t"iil i
RIBBONS, DODGERS, meet you every jI I II

FEATHERS, Ship Chandlery Goods. i
t P ANO t
Have Commenced to.rrh.e.. These I
will be added to constantly. Also, i I i.1ORGASI I


VISITING CARDS, These will be :!1e main features of my CENTLEMEN. I $24, J35S53, S:1i Ii.! i iI

business but orders sent for I I Ii
me I
Most Beautiful Line of all Em. anything nest in the world. Examine his
kept in any:store in Titiij.- So.OO GENUINE 1IAS1J-SKWED SHOE.
broidered ville will be promptly filled. 83.50 I'OLICSn I'AKMEKV SHOE.
LADIES1 ROBES, I 85.00; and Sl.7.1 BOYS' SCh OOr. SHOES
j I All made in Congress, Button and Lace.
And all over 1 Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens f W. L. DOUGLAS 1 I,

THEFLOEIDA- Or any Country Produce my customers 'I Best Material. Vest Style. Best Fitting I I SAVANNAH, L It.I f
In White and Black. friend If cot old by vour dealer, write
or may bring I IV. L. D'()UGLAS. LItOCr TQ.. MASS

Ladies' Silk Mitts, Gloves; Etc. to market.I i Examine, L Pougla :82 Shoes for I
STAR Gentlemen.

A large line of Corsets from f)0 cents I FOlt SALE BY

to $5a)) each.Seutleuien'ss.
ak for a share of the public patronage ,

JOB PKIXTIXG OFFICE, and come a> a supplicant, not a C. J.HBOTOE, I

die i tator, asking for your favor I Melliouht Fla. A 0.T :,
Laundried and Unlaun- If courteous treatment,:;ood .
dried Shirts. good and low figures;is I I

the candidate for icIIFT1.U
The most Varied Line of Gentlemen's public favor,

Straw lIlts, bought cheap and Marked then I'm //Pianos & Mans .

Low Down. electel.tnent .

for Chattanooga Pion- Co. I !

My Chilled Plows mill Sugar } I!

Cane 31111s. :i 1 i If you want to purchase a

STOCK OF GROCERIES Ij I I When I say Cuss I etc n,,* '.' >;: ezeIto.
II j I Piano or Organ, write to the un- stop them for a time a&i' :_l c.: .: t'C them return
I asam 1 MEAN .\ IlAi'ILAL. LLIIK.
I have zuaJte the disease c:
Was never more complete. I dersigned or give him a call.

I pride myself on the Superior Butter, Can sell you any of the in-
Coffee Teas, Crackers, Etc., I am enabled
struments of the best and lead- Alife-long study. I TTARTAKT m7r ::1cdr to
to offer the trade. CURE the worst case Because others have
ing makers at prices that defy': failed is no reason for not now recemnsr:a care.
I keep in Stock Plant's Flour-none I Send at once for a treatise and e.FREE UOTTLK
of my INFALLIBLE REMEDT Give Express
better. ifq ir I competition. and Pot Oare. It costs yea ncttzcg for a
I trial, and it will cure you. Address

Grits and Meal arriving every week, i ROOT,M.C., 183PE-A.a1.Sr..NnvY:27 !:

insuring i it Fre r i and weet.Large _' .. i :- --: : '- ,

ha i Pianos &M Organs sold en tie Installment 1l -
Stock all
of Hay and Grain at Xolicc.
times. ... '. i
Plan l when {esire j. Discount All concerned will take notice that MX
'" i month alter date I will present my final
close living prices made on all- account to Honorable Minor.Jones County
to GhnrGh s on ralls. -
gocde in this line.GEO. I Jude of Brevard county, Florida, and

pray for an order clisnlising me from the
All will receive
r. 'K correspondence prompt execution of the last will and testament of

attention. Phinea D. Wesson, late of sid county,

TITUSVILLE, FLA. s. 11. R.a..V.1 TJtus"Jlle, Florida. 5O-6no.; 3tlatinistratrix.:






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'V LOCAL LACOXICS. -Mr. D. A. Beckwith, of Charleston, I I -For pineapple slips apply to Captain ':i

t .j DICTATED BY A SMALL BOY. was in town Monday evening I Zellers, schooner Manatee, Titusville.Mr. i

3 Bang! Bang! Bang! -Mr. S. B. Hewitt, of Tavares, was a A. E. Heyser, of Oak Lawn, Clothing !
Clothing I
'.', Thou cracker f liberty, visitor to our town yesterday.Mr. Lake Worth, was in town the first of the Clothing !
But I would that some salve could lessen week.
The pains that arise in me. B. B. Barco, of New York, was

Bang! Bang Bang! registered at the Grand View Monday. -Mr. Will Black has come to Titus- --

For freedom's glorious dawn, ville to stay awhile again. We are gladto
-Rev. S. F. Gove delivered the evening tf'
But 0 for the touch of a vanished hand see him back again. .A.t 'I9i.e :a azar."
sermon at the Presbyterian Church
I And the sight of an eye that's gone.
Sunday to a large congregation.Mr. -Mr. J. A. Durst was in town a few --
Fizz! Fizz! Fizz!
't+ Thou treacherous, sly fusee. J. L. Howard, of Jacksonville, days last week, and his many friends

But the slender grace of a thumb that's gone was in town yesterday, looking after the were pleased to see him. MORE CLOTHING CHEAPER CLOTHING

Will never return to me. Mr. J. H. Rollins real estate dealer ,
interests of the Clyde Steamship Line. ofha
t -For dwarf Cavendish banana plants of Orlando, was in town last week, on a
S. H. Ray sold his bay mare
r ,I 1 address Sir. 11'. A. Baugh Melbourne, : Monday afternoon to Mr. G. B. Gardner, visit to his daughter Mrs. Happersett.Mr. AND BETTER CLOTHING

Fla. 4- of LaGrange, for$175. Mr. Gardner ownsa L. R. Decker took a trip to Em- ti:

:, ,, Judge Jones left on yesterday morning's fine animal.On poria, yesterday morning, to see to the
Than any other house on Indian Rive, jut:; received at the Bazar
train for Kissiaimee and other lumber for the building he is to erect at into
the excursion trip of the steamer
I; points. White last Wednesday. C. E. King that place. in addition to our already extensive STOCK OF DRY GOODS,

# --For rent-A nicely furnished house and family went to New Smyrna, where -Mr. C. H. Stewart, the Melbourne NOTIONS, Etc., Etc. BlJa

of three rooms. Apply to Mrs. E. H. he will make his future home.We druggist, returned here, Saturday evening ;

Titu, Titusville. from a to St. Augustine and \
trip ,
"J learned yesterday that Mr.\ Decker CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE.
K ,,. -Money Donnyfoney to has secured another contract in Titus left for home Monday morning.On W

t M loan real estate. Apply to Robbins last do
yule for putting up a neat residence, as Sunday evening a young Turner: : cfe; G .rclnar. ,

(. .' & Graham, Titusville. soon as his Emporia work i is completed.C. I lady informed us that six snakes were lIt

4 : Messrs A. M. Hamilton & Co. have H. Scott sold out his tonsorial seen in close proximity to her residence "t r-

t' fish boat for in one day. Perhaps it is music that attracts pr
just completed two new outfit to S. A. Belcher & Co. last Thursday -
use the coming winter season. and, after getting married the same them.

1 -Mr. C. A. Stoectel, of Jacksonville, day, started for Daytona, where he will -Mr. B. '\". Jerome, of Sebastian, was:

formerly keeper of the House of Refugeat try his luck. in town Thursday last. He left next
C for his former home New London Goods at Lower Prices than Ever newi
Narrows, was in town yesterday. -The frame of Rev. Sydney Wilbur'snew day at ,
? Conn., and will probably return in I PiuF
j Oyster shell lime of A 1 quality is house was raised Monday. When ,

k offered for sale by J. Watson of El completed this building will look well October.Mr. .
Now is the Time
Dora. Price furnished on application. from: the river, with its all-around piazzas and Mrs\ R. R. McCormick and to Buy.

Messrg. John and Pete Myers expectto on both lower and upper stories. their son Willie arrived here Wednesdaylast tb

complete the bathing pool and bathhouse -Captain Len Gardner arrived here from Lake Worth, and left for the We sell white shirts from 3oc to $1.00 each; Ladies Ruffling, 7c lIt
north the following morning, from to ISc per yard; Pearl buttons, 2c to Sc per doz.; Towel Gc to 9e each
for Dr. E. S. Wiley in a few days. j with the sloop Robinson Crusoe last ; Jowe
p r whence they expect to return about the Handkerchiefs, 3c to 12c each; pins, Ic; needles, 2c; pencils, 3c to 5c;
; Mr. M. Dickens has theY Tuesday, bringing with him Mr. Frank
up 7 for Dust best 13c
end of October. They were very much pen points, 5cr; pans ; Lamp chimneys, 4c and oc eJfe
position a3 purser and mail agent on the Everett, of Fort Pierce, who is away on pleased with courtesies shown them each, and many other articles at astonishingly low prices.:; \
i lower route. Mr. G. H. Altree succeeds a little trip. Frank reports business very by
him. lively at the store of the Indian River Captain W. B. Watson, who placed the COME AND SEE US. .
train, between Jupiter and Lake Worth thoeft
i ,
4 Protracted have been held Canning Company, at Fort Pierce.
meetings at their disposal.Mr. We for Goods.We
the past week, at the Courthouse by The schooner Manatee can be chartered Charge Nothing Showing on
F. B. Sackett and wife, of
Revs J. Bolton and C. C. Temple, of the for carrying freight, or for trips J
: Heath, take charge of Mr. Hutchinson'snew have into the business for few >:
a i 31. E. Church, South. anywhere on the coast. Freight rates gone not a or months
always reasonable. hotel to-day. Captain Hawley expects only butAnd shb
Her captain makesa 01
r -Mr. Geo. Cecil of the
manager I'ERT1.NENT :
of to return to his cottage again with
DeRu- Line steamers, arrived here Monday specialty capturing the manatee or
evening to attend the railroad meeting sea-cow, native only to the waters of&mth his family. Mr.," Sackett proposes to drop we trust by fair dealing to merit the confidence and patronage of
the word "cit ocIs'
Florida. out of the name of the the blie.
Further particulars f pu
Cocoa held
.i.ii at yesterday. hotel and call it J
i Indian River Hotel. He Respectfully :
nishedbyJ. W. Zellers Titusville, Fla. ,
-There were very few who visited proposes to make it as pleasant for guestsas ac

w New Smyrna and the ocean beach on the Captain Hardee has been in town he possible can, and hopes to receive S. .A. BELCHER & CO. nit

excursion given by the White last this week attending to business connected the patronage of a fair share of the traveling II"

3 \\'eJlle3Ja '. Thursday and Friday.Mr. with the Indian River Land and Improvement public. Ti'
Olyde S1; ,:J31sb.ip Oo.
G. \\'. Martin, who has been Company. He says that there were -While in Augustine last Tuesday 00ed

dangerously ill the past week, is now about 200 people present at the picnic Sheriff Bowman found Dr. Haas, who New York, Charleston & Florida Lines. :-

;: considerably i better, and his physician and dance at Hardeeville last Tuesday, was on Indian River something like a

hopes to see him soon in good health and that everyone had a pleasant time. year ago, and arrested him for writing bogus &

again. Dancing was kept up until about two checks while here in Titusville which th.

-We learn that Mr. H. F. Atkinsonhas o'clock the next morning. Quite a number he succeeded in having cashed by Mr.J. pa
from _
resigned as deputy-clerk of the Circuit Titusville were present. Rogers and Judge Jones. Sheriff "Fbe

r Court. Mr. Stewart will, probably, -Capt. Fozzard's new sloop yacht, the Bowman would have brought him here

npK>int another deputy ere the fall term Alpha, won the first prize of $5() at the for trial, but Haas, it seemed, belonged to I thin

of court convenes. Daytona regatta last Thursday. She beat some secret German society in the an-

1' The Oceola was launched lastSaturday. the Gretchen about nine minutes, actual l cient city who hated to part with him,

I J Mr. Circle will run her sailing, according to the time publishedin so they paid Sheriff Bowman the amountof di
Magnificent Steamships of this Line sail follows
are appointed as :
w.; : for her owner, Mr. S. A. Belcher. She the Daytona Journal. It seems the the bogus checks and all expenses and (:Standard Time.) that
p race really was between the and he was released. .
will be used as a trade boat hereafter instead Alpha :

iti 1 of a freight boat. the Gretchen, as the Titania, an IS foot -Married-at the Lund House, yester- From Jacksonville. to New York. I From Fernandina to New York. toW
catboat was entered in first class CIIF.llOKEE. Thuranav. Jaly t, at 8.0" a 1D.
to fill :
't I' -J. A. Durst, of Crescent City, the day morning, just before the departureof I}:)11SSEE, .. Sunday, .... 7, at 11:3+p a. w'' YEMASSEE:. call
1 pioneer well-sinker of the State of Florida the class, while the Hillsborough's time I the morning train, Mr. Harry B. Her- SEJII\OLh.' .. Thursday Sunday, .. 11 H., at at "5*.:'n.;u) Pm a. m I' SEMINOLE IROQUOIS,, "., .. Fnrtaj.Tuesday, -" Sat3pmIROQUOIS 9at3pB alfa
is Lake Worth was not taken. to Miss Lula L. Bond. At the CHEROKEE, Thursday, 18, at 9:00 a. m CHEROKEE, Friday, 12at3pnSEMINOI.E
now operating at sey wedding '
: ,
p SEMI\OLE, Sunday, 21, at 11:;0 a. m Tuesday, 16aUp
L '1 where all communications may be add -Mrs. E. L. Brady and two children there were present only the family and IROQOI". .. Thursday, 2.:., at 2OOp.w I IROQUOIS. ". ..' Friday: 19 atSpmYEMASSEE.
YEL\SSEE. Jat4pa;
Sunday -8: at Tuesday
e} drc and information be obtained.Mr. leave next Monday morning for Jacksonville relatives of the bride. Rev. C. C. Temple CHEROKEE ThurllJay,AUI. ;. 1. at 4OOyni I CHEROKEE, .". Friday .6 at SpaSEMINOLE. alx

'; & II. L. Rlma,.or of Quincy, where she will spend a day or so performed the ceremony. Mr.and Mrs. SE\fIXULE, Sunday, 4, at 10.00 a. m Tuesda!. :".oat 3pm )

with her father, Mr. Jas. Y. WiKon. At Hersey have the best wishes of their
Fla., and brother of our fellow-townsman many
Jacksonville, on Tuesday she will Regarding Freight and Passage, apply toJ.
meet Indian River friends for their future
)Ir. S. 11. Ray is paying a few days visit .\. LESLIE, bb
Mrs. Pritchard and Supt. Jacksonville; T. G. EG HI, Traffic Manager, 3> Broadway, New York;
I with his brother. He Indian River daughter Katie, from prosperity and happiness. Their bridal J..1 STEAD. A eut. Feroaiidina.
frays whence all to X. JOHN L. HOl1 AFD. T. F. A., J"cksom.jJJl' F. M IRONMONGER. T P. A.. Jack onrille.V3I. .
Iis Tryon
go City, C., to tour will be to St.
Augustine for .'.
a few
\ .
is is the prettiest sheet of water on the I a CLYDE A CO General Agent, 12 South AVhaots, Philadelphia ; 3. Bowling
globe. spend several weeks among the mountain days, and from there to the mountainsof Green, New York.

: !\. It is hoped the change will prosbeneficial e Tennessee, where they will spend It:
I -Mr. J. E. Gruber is still "holding theIort"
to Katie, her physician having about a month. Many of their friends GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, tit
s .
*I as postmaster at this place. A
Att .at-Law.
advised the .
change.We escorted them
to the Atty.-at-Law.
I depot to see them p:
great many now seem to think there will
be no change and that be will allowed met up with Captain John Fitzgerald off on the trip yesterday morning. One BOBBINS: : : et; G-B.AaA: lVI', be.b

*1 to retain the position. This will please: of Jupiter, Monday evening, who young lady present remarked that although :

l, the majoiity of the patrons of this post- introduced us toMr. O.S.Osborue,general l she had lost one cousin she had LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE, fe1k

otfic manager of the Southern Express Company gained another ; meaning, of course, the
Sa Members of Brevard
; who was recently selected to fill happy bridegroom.Mr. Abstract of Title Co.,
Judge Jones and H. F. Atkinson, that P. 0. Box, 25O .
vacated ,
position Mr.
by F. Jack. Walter Howland, agent of the ,.
: Ksq have formed law
the firm Jones partnership& under Mr. Osborne is on a trip to Jupiter and Equitable Life Assurance Company, left TITUSVILLE, BREVABD CO., FLORIDA.
name Atkinson. tld.
Lake Worth to hear little .....
complaints here, yesterday, for another trip down i
i' Undoubtedly they will make a strong etc., against the Express Company, and the river. He expects to be on the river We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list of 1 d.B.
in the law
team business
as they are carefully-selected Properties in all of Brevard B.T
also to the parts
see country. We know that until County.
both well read in Florida law and underw' September, and during that time RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property
ctan'l its practice. Captain Fitzgerald can make the trip a he will no doubt, issue a large numberof on Indian River. 11.

pleasant one for him if anyone can. They policies. The tontine plan which he Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled ..
Captain \\ B. Watson is now in started down on the steamer St. I4ucie..esterda is working seems to be a desirable and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers who
.New York looking after the details of very may favor us with their patronage.
i the morning.The system of insurance, and he is meetingwith Xo Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. .
proposed new steamers to be built for
officers of the Indian River signal success in this scheme, whichis Special attention given to Colonies: and Syndicates desiring large bodies of lope .
next season's business on Indian River. priced land. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.: h..a
He is Steamboat Company have moved into : If you take a policy for 10, 15 or :
expected to return in four or five
their new quarters on the floor of 20 years, and if you outlive the number flit
when GEORGE M.
day: we hope to give some news BOBBINS, PresiJent..ALTEI S. GRAHAM. Secretary.
in regard to the new boats. the new building at the head of the rail I of years you are insured for, you willhave Bre-v-ard.
road wharf. Overlooking the river is theprivate the whole of Jour payments refunded of Title Oo., tl'f

'I'' -Mr. and Mrs. J. K. v* alter, rife Miss office of the manager- Capt. W. with interest ; but if death supervenesat Incorporated A. D. 1889.

;ri' ::Swain returned on the train last Wednesday B. Watson, and also: the room occupiedby any time previous to the expirationof CAPITAL: STOCK, $:>,000 ; FULLY PAID ; lOSASSESS.i11LL'Charges ,

evening. At Lakeland they were chief engineer, Mr. Fitzgerald. On the time, the pay eegets the amount in- for Abstracts as follows! : $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c. for each *J* -

married the day previous, according to the opposite side of the hallway is the sured for. Mr. Walter Howland anticipates -. dditional for the first Transfer.additional For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, viz., &*"
50c. for each
announcement already made in col succeeding transfer.
our rooms occupied by Mr. P. A. Lorimierand doing a good business while on the
umn They have the best wishes of river Taxes Paid: lor SOilResidents.ffiir .
Captain Hale. The new freight and the attention of our readers is
Ai. their numerous friends and the STAR for house drawn to the above of insurance For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land of the aannoyance
just completed, is over 150 feet system incident owners: worry .
future prosperity and to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure T *
h:1l'piue8.SLibtlling them loss
1 long, with a width of over 30 feet, and which, we have no doubt, will meet with Sale. against by 12 1:

; last Friday afternoon, will be large enough to keep the oranges the approval of many of the residents on Box 250, Titusville, Fla. Il

struck a pine tree on Dele-pille Grant dry while in transit next season. The Indian River. This company is so well -_- .

not far from the residence of Mr. A. A. company arc prepared to do a large busi- known all over the United,States that it SPECIAL F 'EAR !

Stewart. It passed around the tree severs ness with the least delay to freight, and needs no comment from us ; so all those New Varieties Peaches and Plums $1O.OO lOQ-

] times in its descent to the earth, but for the pleasant change of passengers who feel disposed to take out an insur- All orders before June will be booked for fall delivery per of the tll

did not tear the bark badly. The reportof from cars steamboat, etc. Undoubtedly ance policy had better see the courteous following varieties : Bid well's Early and Late, Arlington, Bidwell's at above price Improved for any Peen) .

thunder was not very loud consider the tourist travel and freight carrying of and gentlemanly agent, Mr. Walter Honey Peach and Peento Peaches; Kelsey, Satsuma, Ogan and other Japanese Plums, bad deg ti
ing the close proximity of the Howland. on or Plum stock as preferred; trees three to four feet high. Terms lo.pereeDwith *
lightningto next season will far surpass any season's order, balance before shipment. Boat bright Cotton :; ,
twvn.\ Seed Meal, 2rf.OO< per ton. 1Ie.
d business that we have seen yet. -Continuation of locals on first page. JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla.