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 17, 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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't1 I 1i'i''I r:Yi:'' THE FLORIDA STAR.


. 'f"J VOL. X. TITUSVILLE, FLA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1889. NO. 13.

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J Local Happenings. Melbourne. sand, have been struck at different Lake ,,-ortb. Signal Station, strolling on the beach and

-Captain Bravo has assumed charge Mr. :Mcrcier and daughter left a week depths, the last one being at a depth of Splendid weather. sailing around the harbor were some of
of the steamer St. Lucie again.It ago for North Carolina. between 150 and 160 feet. The casing The Emily B. left for Jacksonville on the diversions indulged in by the pic-

is reported that Titusvillo will Mrs. D. W. McQuaig, Charles and has been driven to a depth of 150 feet, the 7th. nickers to pass away the time. We all

week Robert Smith and will have to go still deeper to shut left for home on the train at 4:15
have a double wedding sometime left last week for Georgia. The Bessie B. left for Jacksonville! on p. m.,
This week Mrs.V.. Whidden off the last sand Mr. F. H. Fee, we June 26th. being accompanied to the head of the
hear, has contracted to finish the well.A lake by all our Jupiter friends. A little
-Our youthful yachtsmen are preparing for the summer to visit Bainbridge, The Mary B. is on the for a
:if, for another regatta, several expectingtochallengefor Ga. letter received from the Alleghanies thorough overhauling.R. time was spent in getting up. steam and

in York State dated July 6th, says "we a little more time in getting the steameroff
the Master
won by
t8. pennant John Baird is with
expected a
have had no rain since the 3rd ; have McCormick and family left for the mud, where the falling tide had
Pritchard the Fourth of
Bndinot on load of pine plants for Mr. J. H. Phillipsand
the north on the 1st. left her but bid
quite pleasant weather rather cool last we finally our Jupiter
July. others.
night, and I thins some frost." Whew C. C. Haisht, who has been under the friends adieu and started down the lake.

-Mr. W. R. Fenn, who represents Every week, almost, we hear of some Wouldn't such weather at this time weather recently, is again hard at work. The trip down was a delightful one and

\Vanklyu & Co., Jacksonville, has been fortunate ones who have "gone north or make was enlivened by the of
our "pineappleists" look blue, Assistant Keeper D. A. Allen came singing patriotic
business on the river for his firm. "
. doing gone to the mountains. wonder how farmers stand it there. down from Jupiter on the 1st to see to songs, and as the different parties left
He returned yesterday, seemingly veryp1ta.sed A few boxes of peaches receivedat Should the steamer and all that
were think they could hardly raise having his pineapples on his west side they one agreed
with this section and its trade
.. Branch's store Saturday and were oats let alone anything more delicate. place worked, and returned on the 2nd to this Lake Worth Fourth of July picnic

i prospectsWe! sold within fiye minutes after. Not any for Joseph, if he knows it. get ready for the 4th. had been not only a success but the biggest

learn that it i is proposed to have Peaches, ice-cream and soda-water last Capt. C. J. Hector and Messrs. John A couple of improvements I failed to success of any picnic ever held here.

grand ball at New Smyrna sometimenext Saturday made a fine combination. The day was delightful; no rain, and yet
Henry, Roy McFadden and :Mr. Boone, mention in my former list are Capt.Hammon's .
week, and that the steamer White Luckily we have a drug-store convenient. of Tillman the sun only peeping from beyond the
) expect to start on a trip for house on his place down the
will carry an excursion party from this Mr. J. H. Phillips, :Miss Grace Phil- the Keys Thursday morning. The schooner lake, work on which has already begun, clouds just often enough to let us knowhe

J place. New Smyrna knows how to getup lips and Mr. E. P. Branch, we hear, expect Queen has been chartered for the trip and the west side school house, the lum- was still on duty up there ; no drunk-
and entertain.Dr. .
a dance to start for a trip north in a short and will bring back a load of slips. Mr. ber of which is on the ground. enness, as there was no liquor to be had ;

W. S. Graham started, Thurs- time. F. P. Hassler, we believe, takes over Judge A. E. Heyser: left for the northon no accidents, barring one man's fallingoff

day morning, for a trip to Philadelphia.He 40,000 for his plantation at Hassler's Haven. the wharf at the head of the lake, andas
What has become of the skeeters is the the 5th. As he intends to combine
has gone to see his wife and Master Messrs. Hector and also he only got wet to the knees and the
hear side. Henry require business with he will
lch. inquiry we upon every They pleasure probablyvisit .
and will be about six water he in dan-
Johnnie, away and river was warm was not even
have disappeared almost entirely-let a great many, parties up Tallahassee one or two places in
C treeka. This will give him a muchneeded want what left if there be It ger of taking cold ; a good dinner, comfortable t
are ,
_; us hope never to return. any. Georgia, Washington, D. C., and a sec-
k rest which he has not had for some will not be before the pine- rides on both boat and cars, and
many years tion of before he
Messrs. Morrison and Hitchings, find- or so Pennsylvania re
few everybody safely home at a reasonable
years apple plantations of Indian River will
ing business in their line rather dull, i
-Captain R. P. Paddison has receivedthe compete, in size and profit, with the or- hour-in fact everything seemed per-
have gone on a tour which we would not F. Bowman, a brother-in-law of A.
fectly fitted for the occasion and all who
contract from the government for and peach and orchardsof ,
be surprised to hear extended to Ohio. ange pear ::\Wilder, arrived on June 24th with
erecting the beacon lights and standards. other parts of the State-and what participated will long remember the day.

on the river between Titusville and Mr. C. J. Hector has on his beautiful can compare with pineapples for flavoror his family, and are now residing in Capt.Hammon's Chas. Serjeantson, a resident of Hope's i

Jupiter. The beacons number twenty- : i island place a mango that was killed to fragrance? Makes me hungrywillhave "Lone Cocoanut" place on the : Sound, attempted to take a photograph

!I sir in all. The price for the work is the ground by the freeze of '86. It is to stop and eat one now. east side. Mr. Bowman is a carpenterand I I of the crowd on the deck of the Chatta-

9 10 feet and is has the contract for putting up a hoochee after dinner but
about $1,700.A now or high bearing several U. D'Oxonu. I just was probably -
mangoes. residence on Capt. Hammon's place I I not very successful. The only com-
party of half-a-dozen visited the down the '
If Cocoa. plaint made was by some of the visitors
Capt. Harry Shaw's schooner, the Cor-
ocean beach, opposite Dummitt Grove, The Lake Worth Horticultural Soci I
rinne, came up jm Sunday, stopping at Mr. S. Rider and family left for New who had never attended any of our pic-
last Saturday going in Captain Under.
ety held its regular meeting the after-
Melbourne long enough to take on board I York July 10th.Mr. nics before, and that was that they could
wood's little launch
pretty naphtha noon of the 6th at the Oak Lawn House
nier. Several hours were pleasantly Mrs. Nash and Mrs. C. H. Stewart, who : Schoonmaker left for a visit to not spend a cent, and yet they had every
President Gale in the chair. The discus-
. retuj. are going to Daytona for a visit. of this week. thing they wanted. One thing shown
at the The Daytona on Monday
pent tq sion was on the AApodiUQ,and the decisionof by the trip is that now, by steamer and

I Titusyille was made in a little over: .two The restaurant building of Mr. J. H. :Miss Willie May is spending a week at the society was that it is a hardy, pro- rail, Lake Worth is within easy reach of

I bourse Phillips begins to show up since paint- :Merritt: with her friend, Mrs. H. Cleve lific and profitable fruit for us to raise, the civilized world, and especially of its

It ing has begun on the outside. The beautiful land. and well suited this section. The
Messrs. Budge and Cameron returned one to markets,and this fact added a great dealto

from their trip up the Hillsborough l weather and absence of insects Mr. A. F. Lapham is putting some improvements next discussion will be on the mango. the joyousness felt by a great many

... When north of makes this a favorable time for painting his in front of
Sunday evening just on property Lake Worth, as usual, had her regular who attended the picnic, and is a cause
the railroad wharf their boat, in tow, the Delraonico. '
Fourth of July picnic, but it was an unusual for congratulations. However civilized
I parted the line and'Tiber had quite a i Dr. Holmes, of City Point, was in The M. E. Church (South) building is one for this section. Only think of though Lake Worth may get, let us all

"picnic" recoveringJhfr] .JJ oat )in the town again on Sunday. ,Though we wish going up very rapidly and is quite a riding on a steamboat and in the cars In hope. she will never forget to have her

heavy sea and wjnd" 'fiUt '.prevailed at the doctor,every kind of prosperity, still handsome structure. this country-both in one day! For the usual picnic on "the day we celebrate."

the time. -ly. \v 1 ', w> \._ we hope he did not-have to comq professionally Th thermometer is pretty lively these first time in the history of this part of 'Rah for Fourth,of July!

While catching gal}, ndiev J1- we are glad to see him other- days and seems anxious to get higher, the country we could do it. The invita- Rain interfered with divine services

ins, chief engineer Tjtigerald, of th9'In- wise at any time. but the nights are delightfully cool. tion of the Jupiter and Lake Worth the morning of the 7th, but Sunday

dian River Steamboat "Company split his We are sorry to hear that Mrs. E. C. The Rider auction sale at Rockledgelast Railroad Company having been accepted School was held .in the afternoon at the

thumb of the right band by the ball Thomas, who has been ill for some time week was well attended, and the arrangements were accordingly made, usual time and place with a good at-

striking it. At the time it was too darkto but was thought to be in a fair way of goods sold brought very fair prices. : and Capt. U. D. ,Hendrickson having tendance. SAM.

. see the ball clearly or the accident recovery has suffered a relapse. Dr. offered the use of the steamer Lake &
Rey. Ja. Bolton will preach in Hill'sHall
would not have happened, as he is quitean Holmes was called in consultation, coming Worth to carry'us to the head of the
next Sunday morning, at 10:30a. The Rev. S. F. Gove officiated at the
expert catcher.Mr. down Saturday and remaining till lake, and Capt. H. P. Dye offering his
o'clock and in the at 7:30:
! m. evening services at the Eau Gallie Baptist Church
E. B. Wager took a party out Monday,morning.A o'clock services to run the steamer, all offers
p. m. Sunday last. Sabbath School each.Sun-
for a tail, Sunday afternoon, on his fast party from Indianola and Rock were accepted, and bright and early on
Mrs. Sherwood and Mrs Walter Goodyear day at 10:30 a. m., Rev H. M. Prince
I'j aleop, Naiade. The wind, however, blew Ledge, including the Misses Sanders, married last the Fourth the steamer went down to All invited.

8)strong that the ladies preferred not to Miss Dart, Mr. A. L. Magruder and were Wednesday July Palm Beach, where it took on board all superintendent.

have the elements too long, so returned others, are trying the ocean breeze and 10th, at Cazenovia, N. Y. They will the Hypoluxo, Figulus and Palm Beach Our county road is being rapidly
spend the winter months at Rockledge, from the north bank of the
earlier than anticipated, slightly damped watching the effect of the moon-lit sea folks. Leaving Palm Beach at 8:30 a. m. opened up
where both have handsome places. Eau Gallie River to the most southerlypart
tj the spray.! Mr. Wager will give them as seen at Melbourne\ Beach. They seem it came up to Lake Worth, taking on
:Mrs. E. P. Porcher and children, Miss of the completed portion, and it is
a drier trip next time. to be having a very fine time. another crowd there and leaving at 9:15
Julia Porcher and Master Lawrence Al- expected that a good substantial draw-
a. m. It also stopped at Oak Lawn and
B. Beach who returned from
-Capt. F. W. Sams of New Smyrna, Mr. J. ,
len of to Cocoa bridge will shortly be erected over the
Courtney came over
took on more making in all
Sta- New York last week and has been training i
superintendent of the Life Saving
and at the above-named river and the road continued -
watermelons, Saturday spent a pleasant about 75 people on board. The head of
tical on this coast, arrived here last Fri- down successfully home of Prof and Mrs. W. H. Peck.A the lake was reached at 10:15 a. m., in a southerly direction as soon as
raise here. He
paj evening. The next morning he thinks we can peaches
beautiful night-blooming cereus where the J. and L. W. train, consistingof possible.The .
arrive and them
. boarded the sloop Lillie Shippie, ownedby had some trees planted
and opened last Friday night in the flower one coach and one flat car, with a locomotive second artesian well for Mr. Wm.
1 peach
..t Dick McCarthy, and started south last February one grew
,( for an inspection of the Houses of Refugebetween and ripened on one of the same trees. garden of Mrs. W. H. Peck, to the ad- to pull them and an obliging Treutler was completed on Wednesdaylast

miring gaze of a great many people who conductor to boas the job, was found and the usual abundant flow of clear,
miscreant bout week cuta
this place and Jupiter. Some a ago
had been invited to witness the unfold- waiting. Everybody, including an addi- fresh water obtained. This well gives a
hole through the roof of the cabinof
-Errata. In our Melbourne items last large ing of the pure white flower. tion to the crowd from Juno, was quicklyon total of nearly 1,000,000 gallons of water
week the Kelpie and stole two blocks, and
in referring to the accident during when about to Ex-Senator H. S. Williams, wife and board and away we went to Jupiter, every 24 hours on the Treutler property
the last Saturday evening,
I. trip of the steamer Georgiana,Thursday of Mr. Tom Dixon arriving there at 11 a. m. Here we were alone, a superabundance for all the irri-
family Rockledge
found of her
the some
start out owner
week, it should have read HenrySicgleton met by Captain James A. Armour and gating and ornamental
cut A watch will be kept and family, of Cocoa, went down to Mel- bathing purposesfor
f instead of George Adams. ricging away. bourne Beach this week where will family and Assistants D. A. Allen and which the two wells have been sunk.
in future and if they
The for the or parties ,
l wound, which is on the wrist, is party will receive the full bene- spend about two weeks in Myrtle Cot- Agee of Jupiter Light, U. S. Observer The water of our various wells is being
detected they
healing nicely. Master Henry is staying the favorite the Geo. W. Eddey and wife and AssistantM. analyzed, and in due course of time the
tage, stopping place on
fit of the law.
with his mother at the Lund House. beach. W. Lichty the U. S. Signal Sta- result will be published through the columns -

Having recently purchased the assignee Mr. Fred. Valentine, with his friend tion, John Roberts and wife and others, of our county paper, THE FLORIDA

R stock of gents' furnishing goods, Mr. Buman, propose to start on Tuesdayfor The little steam launch, Lela Y., took among whom was Capt. John H. Grant, STAR.

tale, shoes and clothing of J. Birnbaum, their trip to Key West. They have a trip to New Smyrna last week with a who was in charge of the steamer Chat- It is proposed by some of our enter-

i at remarkably low figures, we propose the Sailor Boy overhauled and expect to jolly party of pleasure-seekers on board. tahoochee during the absence of Capt. prising citizens to have the entrance of

far the next sixty days to offer bargainsin have a pleasant trip. Be careful anddon't Senator Gardner Hardee, Mrs. Hardee, Fitzgerald, and who kindly threw open i the Eau Gallie River deepened and a ,

these lines unsurpassed by anythingthat get blown away like the colored in- Miss Emma, Miss Florence Hardee, Mr. the steamer for our use and did every .: substantial landing stage erected within

has ever been offered to the Titus- dividuals who were rescued from drown- Edd. Cook, Mr. Homer Lapham, Miss thing in his power to make our visit both our harbor. This is a move in the right

ii flle and Indian River public. If you ing in the surf by Mr. Hopkins of the Ollie Lapham, Mr. Geo. :Magruder, :Miss enjoyable and memorable. The table was direction-do not let the good work be

want to buy we want to, sell, and will life-saving station n week ago and don't Kate Paddison (?), Mr. Eddie Magruder, set in the cabin, and as there was nearly dropped. We also have every prospectof

i sell Store will be continued at. J. Birnbaum's lose your hearts among the dark-eyed Mr. Sydney Williams and Miss Kate 100 in all to eat, and the table not being extensive improvements being started

old stand by J. W. Rogers & Co. senoritas of the Island City. Eyer were of the party. They spent large enough, the old people and children within a short time. The natural positionof

-Mrs. "'. A Ronald apd her daughter Mr. Allen Campbell has a number of three or four delightful days on the LelaV. were served first, after which came our settlement, with the deep riverfront

I Miss DeCantliou, start to-morrow. good sized date trees. Unfortunately, and returned to the Indian River the middle aged and young, but no one and the natural harbor formed by

ttorniug: for Bowling Green, Ky. where one cannot tell till they bloom to whichsex j Sunday evening most enthusiastic over came away hungry, for there was enoughand the Eau Gallie River, makes this the

hiss Ronald will spend about a year perfecting they belong, and a judicious inter- J I their trip. to spare of all kinds of good things. great objective point of projected rail-

her education. After a visit atTulin mingling of the two is required to obtain I The blessing was asked by Rev. E. Heyser roads to this portion of the State.

g Green, Mrs. Ronald will go to fruit. Mr. Campbell's female trees have The board of trade some time ago offered and before the crowd had dispersed, .

Baltimore] on a visit tp her parents, returning turned out to be in a group, but by arti- a premium of $1,000 for the establishment on motion of E. Heyser, the unanimous A kitten with a perfect letter H markedin

some time in'the'fAU.. During ficial fertilization he has secured several I of a canning plant in Gainesville thanks of the assembly were tendered to its face by its hair being white was

) fi. Ronald's absence Mr. Ronald and good bunches of dates. They will be a I but with this inducement and, an Capt. U. D. Hendrickson, Capt. H. P. born on Robert Allen's place, two miles

IOU, Grotjan, will spend a part of the great curiosity to northern eyes this fall. !I abundance of fruit and vegetables ,to be Dye, the Jupiter and Lake Worth Rail from Ellaville, on the day of Harrison's

tIme at their newlY-Purchased place near i ,Dr. Lyman's well is now down about !! had at low rates, the offer has not yet road Company and its employee, Capt. inauguration.A .

Brantley, where they will prepare land 180 feet. This well is peculiar and different been accepted. The only way to build upa John H. Grant and all others who had dummy road is contemplated to run ,'\..-

ft raising winter's from others around her ,Hard town is through the establishment contributed towards the ,enjoyments of from Lakeland to connect with the F. C.
garden, truck for next_ ,. ,
market material,alternating with strata of quick- manufacturing interests.. the ,day. Visiting the Lighthouse and &'P. at or near Plant Cit,..




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If the I say. P.c;-n.- he said, "uere you "SO," answered the ether.
from is influence yoa dodge
the orinail.. the senior partner, : to tv-lC-J"r: Then,without "Well you ought to," said the
E' THE HERALD OF ATE Mr. Ear=esa, remarked upon: the wornand event (.t coarse yoa dodge the calamity. expecting go "everything is beautiful down

: f haggard appearance of Mr. Rogers."Eogers But now if, belie ring in the danger" signal waiting. for an answer,he continued: The hills are a velvety there
liable be ; green
are to disappointed aaj
a is either accidentally or t o=htioVly you
working too hard I think, ycu meadows are fairly carpeted
if are There .3:1 boas:: tomorrow vfcflowers.
warned yon 1r'
do vrhat
said: Lyon: "i e ought to take short yea are ,
t I
Spring begins lint
Bj CHABUS DT771GHT nTLLAKTk "* fieathe holds because but I notice :!:she does net stop a !a
cation. O in youstill
thanti: does above and it
Ventura. From the up i3
Leileve ia it. Do catch the at your
"That! b the idea said Harkness; you well under war.
i "As to your health it is by no mean? "you have not been for ideaTI twenty--irJ1 so p: ti'"EII supposed
away manytz. ** For $ .
7Pa..tR'r'i rsJ a rta "
what believe it to tOn the day think I do," answered Rogers; and yea had looked it up. E !01 ei
you /+>>lh3. now. Why don't you take a 4&i a1 Ce Id.iC.U cf. 'Q a.i ai.

: 's after tx>morrow, a* you sit down at your Ii;le ran dcrsm to Santa Barbara:: cr Son after some: mere conversation concerning "When does my boat: goT I specie you do net care mcla

desk in the afternoon you will experience the avoirs! cf the firm in Ventura, "O: the twenty-seventh. the dar after but I an very fend of it b
poetry ,
beet It is enough aalfc.
a sudden flattering of the heart, Diego by a pleasant" the partners:: searat LIt u>-corro I sIPwill be quitaSo to commit some to =.ecory

x followed by a strange feeling in the trip if you are not: seasick. may hare been the consolation cf convenient for you?* for e"eyto
use quotations know.
rather T1-
started ac.1 said test-
arteries. This will be repeated s: inter Rogers the Harkness philosophy which stole Rogers burst into an excited 1aI=!1.. lines from Swinburne" R

vals. until yew are compelled! to consul? fly: "What i n the world put thai into over the troubled mind of }Ir. Clark. '"What strikes you as so amusing?* inquired "Swinburne.ore "
Aver head? I hate the and repeated Rogers
water have ::a.
a physician. I rye vans with him rxrxMe -. Rogers cr it may have bta that the Harkness. Then he *
r. been boat in life. choricaily. gave a quick
'' i'J a short man. with bristling Sever on az ocean my sudden exertion cf his will power reestablished "To think," laughed Rogers, ": at I about the and his face 5
After little discussion to thecomparative tursaj
brows and a gray mni.ttacbe." some merits of s-sasicksess and his confidence in himself; a: should have : my plans, to go shade pole. Here was the desk a i<

,",' "11y physician has a long black beard." death the firm began to look over the all events. the perturbed condition cffeeling and never looked: to see about the boats. white painted walls. and the mirrr .

: said Rogers grimly. did net return. Twice more the For some reason cr other I had an Uea The stood
letters which clerk purser up. interrupting v
J} "The one you will consult has net toe corresponding: strange sensation at the heart were experienced that mine: would leave on the twenty-
+ thoughts.
tad laid
However your death is not to be the remit out. but although they caused: him sixth." "
One of these from :Yes. he saidI am rfcrySwinburne : foed
f4.j. of illness for I can see you a short ;; was a traveling 2.rierhe was not unnerved, as he had Throughout the fated day Rogers sat a: :(
; so sto a t I
of the whose route lay
time rrtthe occurrence:and yoa or* agent company bin upca: the first: attack He determined his desk over his ledgers. Several tines I
the southern of the It calendar in ay room witn a selection
ia stare.
then a robust man. a little pale but in part however, to see a physician and he stopped, glanced! at the clock and then fcr
each of the
day By Jove
contained the information that customer year. Ti
** a
good health. learn: whether any immediate diSIcalty at the calendar and smiled. Ha was
of the firm who standbig reminds me: Yesterday I didn't1_
:: was now -
i "Since you can tell so much" said the was indicated: by these symptoms. So quite free from excitement cow and En- !
on their books for a number of thousands He placed his hand ca a coat: wfcii
I merchant, "why do you not reveal it aUto tirely lighthearted. The thought of sudden
: of dollars, had become badly completely had he 3 me. bow and when my death is to death which had flitted through Ii3rn"d
involved in land and it and was about to remove it, when tiotHcer
speculations from his l"uht3 that he did .
I + takeplaceT message : intervals the
a frequent during
was believed, was on the point of bankruptcy. i of the deck stepped to for t!
not remember that this visit to the doctor g
"I will tell all that I lost week far to btf
you can see, answered was enough away "
If the case were handled carefully had been predicted until he stood before "Hall. he said "you are Re. .rand I-
the "You before He affable
clairvoyant are quite amusing. was core
the agent considered that most of the door of the office in the dusk of the then added in on unurrtoR? wpj&
now with death but a few with his clerks than they had known him
l my eyes
the debt could be realized but if the evening. Rogers heard quite plainly *tr abl
moments away. You stand in a small to be for year "
matter was neglected there might be a Then as he :: the bell a sudden o'clock down below.
room with white wooden walls. It re rang At 3 Harkness came: into the I

f sembles. in some degree, a stateroom in considerable loss. tremor seized him and for an instant he office wearing his hat and overcoat : The purser went quickiv f" ,-; s

-' "One of us must go down to Ventura felt sick and faint. A moment later heregained I the screen door behind h.:*. I.., gj
that it has desk "Come with he said "I j!
an ocean steamer save a along me, ; am
immediately and see what can be done control of himself and laughed i started up and drew the ever; i. <*.*" in it. You are looking at the calendar going on aa interesting trip which you I|i
said Harkness. Beneath it the coJecu
carelessly as he remembered how absurdly : was lR"r b
which hangs beside the mirror. It bears will enjoy. I have some friends ,
among !
"Without a doc .t. said Lyon; 'here the medium had failed in his !!i! large red letters the number twenty,-
; the date the twenty-sixth, and two lines the officers of the frigate Mohican, which
-I '
: from Swinburne which you real Yes, is Rogers ocean" trip all mapped out for effort to describe the physician's appearance is lying at anchor b-the bay and I am i and the lines:

him by fate. i Ia his heart Is a tfcxi J*=*r>=.
it U on shipboard, for now there ring? going out to be shown about the ship.
I i 13 s:errs lu srraa-s, : .-:
_ i an alarm of fire. and I hear the rushingof "I am very busy just now. said Rogers "Is the doctor in?"* he asked of the They will welcome too." I!i
you The words seemed to has
sowly, and he began to feel his servant who answered the bell sear eT.ep2

many" feet: then the vision fade heart:: beat with rapid ponderous strokes: "Step into the office please and I will "This is the lost resort of Fate," he read them: and he staggered bacfc

away. "how soon ought I to trot' to him." thought Rogers; "how superstition does': gasping for breath. At that instant fe
"The twenty-sixth is very soon. and I insult when she has him down." IOn heard the clang of the Sre bell
alarm ;
Before the answer came he felt whatit a man ,
The had not t been: lighted and the
never go to sea. gas I!I cries of the sailors and the
the of the
to be. : morning twenty-seventh a rushing IIi
was office was quite dark. )Ir. Rogers seatedhimself
"It will I Tomorrow
happen as narrate. "There is no pressing haste: four steamer went out the Golden Gate with !i runny: people along the deckHe set:
very of the windows and
near one
word will the firm of which
a.Jne to
_ + or five days is soon enough; say the presently a man entered at the other Clark Rogers as a passenger. The predicted 1.0 the floor his lips parted ia the eat
arc a member calling -
rrry you your presence the day of his death had come and to speak a name.
{ at some distant point. It will be twenty-fifth or twenty-sixth. side of the room whom he did not recognize -
"If I went I should by lard I gone and he was still a sound man with When the purser returned,after adjusting
go but who he saw by his stature could
off for but week from
a time one today
think." 3 prospect of many years of life ahead of the difficulty for which he hi
will leave the t"c not be Dr. Bond. i i"Excuse
citybyboae -
yoa him.. The coincidences had been summoned below he noticed tb
: mysterious
"You can't do that well at this
very ; me a moment until 1 light
weekr cried
out Rogers starting season of the I notice by the revealed to him that strange things men putting up the hose at the cac:.
year. pa- the said a voice which soundedfamiliarly ,
from chair gas
up why. you clumsy for which he could sion of the fire drill and wondered if tbt
that the Santa Clara is high. might happen not account -
very his "Dr. Bond is
on ear out
blunderer Don'tou ;
stupid humbug
you but had sudden oJl had startled his Una
short of
they stopped
tk r see your story does not hang together and the stages run" quite Irregularly. of the city, Mr. Rogers but I suppose. the floor of the room he lou.:1d Cud
"I will cot go said Rogers bluntly: would just as soon consult with ; more dangerous ground. He'\t"3.5 now
? you Rogers his stern features black and d>
free from the influence the
_ The stranger sprang up pressing hi- "that is to say he added in some confusion As he spoke the light flashed up and superstition totted ia os&th

I thin hands to his face. Then he shook "if either of you gentlemen can he stood revealed a well known physi and would soon entirely forget it, THS EXJX
to in stead." save that at times he would perhaps look
manage go my cian and member of
himself like a dog suddenly awakened a Rogers own club; ---- ---

from a sound sleep and stared blankly "Leave the matter to me," said Lyon a short man with very bushy eyebrows : back to laugh at his unexpected display

good naturedly; "I know the man well of weakness.
at the merchant. and a gray mustache.On Un FalseProtoe&By
and the place also. Leave Rogers to his Nevertheless he found himself this er
the of the
M "One week from today is the twenty- evening next day, ai
books. morning subject to a sort of depression
Ir. Harkness strange
alone with his'wi
seventh. exclaimed Rogers "and I am was dining
So the conference ended for which he could not account.It _
; although he remarked to her that [
to die on the twenty-sixth. I will hear e. Roger
after Rogers had left the room the other had seemed to have no connection with EETT FOOD
received bad blow that .
no more of your nonsense. This is a a : morning.Rogers' j
partners commented with surprise upon the disagreeable thoughts of the past
little more than I can tolerate. heir you know said he, ,
"1 do not understand you." said the the vehemence with which he had "is his sister's son. a young fellow by the ': few days but was unique and indescribable OWfora

_ spoken. As for Rogers, he spent sometime He wandered about the ship trying
t medium in his own voice; "I cannot tell name WestfalL This morning's pa-; bst rah

what I have been saying to you. I dc endeavoring to convince himself pers contained a dispatch to the effect : in vain to get away from the discomfort Bruno.Tomor.

.that: he would have acted just as he did of this new sensation. It was the
_ not even know who spoke through me, i that he had committed a serious defalcation. -j
had the portent of death not been hang- reaction he told himself, of the strain
but I seem to remember that it was you ; and had bolted for Canada. It is a row tDrrompint

friend." ,i ing over him. The idea of an ocean trip terrible affair, and I never saw a man sc through which he had been passing.
I Once thrown from its balance his
of distasteful
Clark was course to him. and
Rogers surveyed his visitor for a completely overcome as Rogers was. He countryhojdu
moment with immeasurable contempt. under any circumstances he would have seemed unable to control himself and i would have to be for a time at the mercy

t The man's apparent confusion and his stood out against it. If it were absolutely has done nothing but brood over it all I of whatever foolish fancies might seiJe will! bt t ttrsni
palpable error had snapped the thread by necessary he could go but as Lyon was day. He bad some hope that it was I upon- it. *

+ ::1; which be held his listener. Rogers,sud"deniy to attend to the matter he need give it false; but on telegraphing for information As he leaned against the roil a prey t / formed into*

i convinced that his understandinghad no further thought the report was entirely confirmed. I to these moody reflections some one date city girl
For than hours he I touched his arm, and he turned to discover
more twenty-four -
been led into some sort of an ambust: By a coincidence, he went to see Onlv think of

and then overpowered turned in fury I! succeeded so well in this purpose as to Dr. Griffith last night, who warned him t a former bookkeeper of the firm 'r\ Ready old leif -

1 t upon the agent of tho deceit. : quite surprise himself for be had begun that there is something the matter with wearing the cap and uniform of the pur- low. Off we go?

rt "You may go" he said restraining !j to lose confidence in his power over his his heart and that he bad best see to it ser of the ship. r.f f'.'. \' >I'(. It was arJ'QZl ti&
thow hts. In the afternoon of the next "Mr. Rogers, I am astonished and delighted -
himself with difficulty; "if your purposf that his affairs are all in order. He had ,rtt to stir ones am?

t t was to astonish me, I admit that ye? day however, an event occurred which intended to make new will and now I to see you sir," he said. Never / gish blood tIr!
again flooded his mind with unwelcome in his life had the merchant stood
bare succeeded. If you hoped to make this occurrence upsets all his previous more lovely laughing girl bounding lightly!

me believe that you were in communi memories. As he started to rise from his arrangements." I in need of company. The cordiality with a mountain down the slopingb&
F desk he felt sudden faintness and violent I which he returneu his former clerk's gazelle
r a a
r cation with the dead, you have failed. tr i t "Whom will he leave his money to, de side through the sweet lush ts
+ i
fluttering at the heart succeeded greeting quite astonished that .
i a gentleman.After
And if you ever again "venture by letter you suppose: asked Mrs. Harkness. I red taselexl c1o"er.:1 great black $ *"

or otherwise to profane the memory of i moment later by a straining throughout "He told me who his heir would be. they had talked a few minutes, foundland dog leaping and pr3ncic8'her *

the system and a of pain. He i t the purser said: "Won't; come to
my friend I will have you hunted down I spasm for the reason that he expects to depend you my hes s.
the staggered back into his seat, terribly room. )Ir. Rogers? It is a cozy little
to the
by police as a swindling scoundrel. upon me carry out provisions of It was June in New Hampshire f&

+ The stranger was standing near tfcf frightened. The paroxysm was over in the will in case he should die suddenly I place. I notice you are not looking well. the shado

5; door of the office. Slowly ho raised hi: an instant and did not return but the but itas under promise of secrecy. I It is too chilly for you here, is it not?"* acruev.tang the sun cost slanting Chesterfield b2*
paleness bad not left his features a few I The room was small but pleasant. Mr.Rogers .
_arm and pointed his bony index finger j The person is not a relative. 'It seems tout-tin..; the far off mountain pea**

at Rogers."Remember f minutes later when the senior partner.. there was some sort of a youthful roman- occupied a choir by the desk, with rand atomDow's
gold, a shining
S !" said he. entered the room. tic attachment. while the purser sat on the edge of the

d3 Harkness stopped short oa seeing'Rogers' "Ho\ odd:" exclaimed the lady; "one bed. The latter was a talkative young alnvui w wrp the purple shadon.-crt kj *

face. and said: "My dear fellow, : would not suspect it of a man like Mr. man who experienced an unusual degree;; loi ; (11."t'1)t'nin;: arjd darkening */.

I you positively look ilL I don't like it at Rogers." of pleasure in meeting as an equal his a-. gleaming like a great

; II I ale" The next the will old employer of whom he had formerly ojial i:tt 1h1therature's breast.
i14 II day was drawn and &
tlauut o f the l hill, where ran
.tr I "I am not feeling particularly well.; attested, and a temporary sensation ol stood in great awe. While listening to t h h stcd 4a
assented his du-tx : road. Bruno mule a
I Rogers nervously. relief took possession of the tortured lively prattle Mr. Rogers' uneasiness dfit'iir from hisoun"O' mistress'side,2tuuidia

; "You are over working. You must min of Clark Rogers In spite of re gradually vanished. 0 etnir d
take a rest. Now, look here has "This is sort of ._; toward an alder thickea
Lyon : the a a dangerous trip; do
i peated assurances to contrary he had
_ ('ViAYktw it iI iI I I not been down today, and Mrs. Lyon has 1; come to accept the utterances of the al- you know itT* said the purser. JHV.IXV.\','r-s Lyndon sullen stopped growl. short bream

just called to say that ho has another attack -
: t leged spirit as true and had put into the -..==-- wiLl: :arming'ustas a handsome, f3st!
of rheumatism,and that it last .
may will the name of the woman: he had one *>
Ii! %! him a week or two. What in the deuceare I':1 !t.: ctul young fellow emerged

: t we to do? Some one must go down ', promised to marry. He endeavored tci !''M- i<-ify covert that had hidden *
i make himself believe that he would have f .
!U ripw..t
I Ventura.. I can't, that certain. Now
| done this just the same had it not been t tho! first movement he made.tffT !
I don't t rt
you goo"Rogers : suggested to him. He had never been .'-'.'r. Bruno crouched directly in hfcli. ***
turned him
1 almost on and spoke with" : without a suspicion that he had misjudged ....*j for a spring, lashing his tail f''
"I will
emphasis he
savage :
? go I, Mary, and this was nothing but >u:-y! showing his fangs and eTCf3*
.+ l said and repeated it: "I will go: and itI
i ih effort
it : an to repair the Once .
shall be on the sixth." wrong. :1< twenty :: more he found distraction in his work, The under t r
new comer
: raG pale
f I Harkness him -
z d a II Ii silence. eyed for a moment in ,: and for a day thrust away the dread of N uvoming bronze of his handsome ti&.

I i "You in ** :, what was to come. Nint Call off the ugly brute will yoo.l. .
speak a strange manner he
11 I I"Remsmberl" ,, It was late in the afternoon of the *
; said 'as I': \ ? I believe he would tear
something were troubling a
: : twenty-fifth that the panic again seized I pices if I were to meet him alone."'

I you. :. him and the courage with which he had A mischievous smile curled the C&rtd
Rogers drew his hand slowly over hiseyes. :
said M. i
to meet and overthrow his It that &
lip. was plain to see
In another instant ho was gone. Rogers superstitious fancies suddenly *
r"Several evaporated ra;her enjoyed the situation.
-I odd ,
p.- seized his and things happened to !1
pen began to work The succession of proofs rose before ,
Quiet, Bruno-behave yoorself
the books which were lying before him, me of late he confessed; "I cannot explain I him like the vision of kings to Macbeth. j lie cried hold of thedog'scoff
'4 noting down the results of his calculations to you what they were but they !i ihave But one part of the message remained "Aren't ? ;;w-
you ashamed of yourself
tempted to yield to superstitious : j
f on a sheet of paper. Frequenthbo unfulfilled: that he should to ,
go sea on : take "
yourself oft!
A,. dashed his pen through what he had trouble fancies. 1 suppose" such things never | the twenty-sixth and there meet his : \ 'i 1 The faithful creature only almt

tJ written and began again. He noticec: you. : death. And he was going to meet fate'1 "This is a sort of a dangerous trip." a few and sat his b3U
"Often often paid the paces,
that his hand trembled and that his fingers senior member -'! instead of avoiding the chance of its con. I, 'Why, how is that?" inquired the mer- glaring at upon the and
ferociously man
dropping into a seat "but I had im-
; ,
with directed chant .
difficulty the summation. No
pen power could carry h'm'on : nervously."We till
sullen from
that a growl
agined you were altogether too ;
t aright, but this he assured himself was < shipboard if he refused to go and are carrying about all the -, tinlc-

I W the result of intense anger He understood matter-of-fact to be affected by such there was no reason why he should not :* powder and oil and such combustiblesgun '.Strange that Bruno shoUldl1f

'r that he had for a time lost contro. folly. For myself I have been addictedto delay the proposed voyage. The doctor that the policy will allow. If we should J taken such a dislike to you Cap- *
that of
of himself, and had yielded to what he have sort thing so constantly that I had especially warned him to avoid worry catch fire now it would not take long to ton. I never knew him to be so saw
knew must be but he last theory on the and excitement blow "
superstition was and by deciding to us skyward. with before"

finely resolved* that this should not hai I subject.hold that Did I ever mention it to you? go on some other date he could save himself Mr. Rogers said but little not being by I -It any matters one little so long as the fc*-1JI
pen again. Thereupon was U un a superstition positively ex- this agitation foolish it was to be nature a very companionable man. With lovely mistress does not share the s**.

struggle between the will power and tV jsts "for you if you believe in it,but if sure but none the less positive. the purser it was different; it waa cot* athy."

natural feelings of Clark 1Os'l'D. total*. you the repudiate it, it is dead. If)"ouhave He caught eagerly at: this comforting often that he secured so attentive a listener .I' Vera Lyndon's: dimpled cheeks '- .
strength of to
destructive to hU (1lace of mind go deliberatelyand subterfuge and was about to go to the as his present one. redder than ever, and tho slender
do what the
t The next day, when the firm assembled portent whatever itmay senior partner when that gentleman entered "Are you going to stop In Ventura t hands with which she made an

J a* was their custom, to talk nvei be, warns you against, you the room with a newspaper in hit vet Io gr he mquired to smooth down her wind rufIetI .

hand. i t
trerabled perceptibly. ... ..



: and tone wcro BO expressive. No I I to wreathe her arms about Ins shaggy of Mrs. Wallingford's, andliad long resided much Herbert Falconer had had to do in "No, not You have made a mistake.

""..:1Jtr her sensitive heart gave a leap neck.. at Roselawn."A causing the days to pass so very pleas The visitor must have asked for your ,
'' her pulses throbbed more quickly.She The faithful creature barked joyfully, telegram has just arrived from the antly. mistress. I have no acquaintances in
was an innocent, unsophisticated and began to jump and leap about her, other Miss Lyndon, your cousin," he There was only the fact ,of the false Boston"-
hill Her little world was bounded by his ill temper entirely gone.A said, displaying the yellow envelope left part she was playing to mar her perfect "1 think Miss Lyndon will make one
where she had lived her brief life of the open farm houso door. took a sudden whim to send for you for that weak yielding to temptation! terrupted a musical, well rememberedvoice
terentccn years with a widowed mother. "Your trunk is packe J, dear," she both at the same time. Strange as it "Everybody is so good and kind to me ; and thrusting the maid aside

Into that world Capt. Digby Haxton said, fondly kissing her daughter's cheek, sounds, she has never mado tho acquaintance I shall never have the courage to confess Capt. Haxton stepped forward with out-
fcyl come unexpectedly some three "and now wo will have this last evening of either grandchild. Sho wishes to the truth," she often moaned in the solitude stretched hands.
reeks: before. He was stopping at the all to ourselves. I have put in my pearl judge between you, and decide which of her chamber. "How shall I ever Vera sent one quick,frightened glance
summer hotel down on the shore of the I colored silk and that Flemish point. And shall be the heir, it may be," with a care- be able to persuade grandmother it was into his smiling, handsome face. If she

fcttte lake. Accident had thrown the you shall havo my pearl brooch and tho less laugh. "But your cousin sends word all the impulse of tho moment, and nota had felt any lingering doubts as to the
voung people together in the tint place. bracelets to match." that she has been unexpectedly prevented deliberately laid plan? What will Mr. feelings he inspired they were now set
Of course the gallant captain had made I "Oh, mother from coming." Falconer think of me when I tell him 1 forever at rest. She shrank from his

good use of his opportunities. I' Vera's lips quivered; her blue eyes Vera looked relieved as she glanced am not Viola-only poor, despised Vera?" touch with an irrepressible shudder of
,He was so different from the farmers' filled with tears. She knew how highly wistfully up to the young man's frank, And vivid crimson would suffuse her disgust. .
SOBS in the neighborhood, Vera could not Mrs. Lyndon prized these treasuresheronly handsome face. She was quite sure Viola cheek The maid had discreetly withdrawn.
help fueling pleased and flattered by his ones-and what it must cost her to must bo proud and haughty, and had no One evening Mrs. Wallingford sent "The country lost all attractions for

attentions. So handsome, polished, and let them go. Tho silk was her wedding desire to meet her. her into the conservatory to gather a me the moment you went away," Vera's
well dressed! And yet some subtle instinct dress, tho jewels a present from her dead "May I go at once to grandmother'sroom few roses, her favorite flower. The fra I unwelcome visitor said, in a significant
warned her to beware of him. husband during tho happy period of ?" grance breathing bower was dimly light i tone. "Pardon me for following you

'I was on my way to the farm house, their honeymoon."I "Certainly. She doesn't expect you ed. As Vera glided wider the trailing so soon. The impulse was so strong
'...ra..' he said, smiling into the girl's wish I had more to offer," tho gentle until to-morrow, but that makes no dif green arches she heard the sound of sup- upon me I could no longer resist it."

dunning face,as stroked his luxuriant lady said, with a suppressed sigh. ference. Come with me, please." pressed voices in a shadowy corner. The girl's dismayed eyes flew in the
Urk& mustube.uIs it true, the report "Of course Mrs. Wallingford will think Three minutes later Vera was standing These suddenly ceased at her approacha direction of the door. What if Mrs.

ilui lias just reached my cars, that you your wardrobe shabby and old fash- before a wrinkled, yellow old woman in glass door opening on the terrace closed Wallingford should enter? or Herbert
are going away to-morrow for a long ioned, but wo have dono our best. black velvet, whose cold gray eyes keenly sharply, and Ann Briggs, one of the Falconer? This man knew who she
\nsitv Vera, dear," with another deep breath, scrutinized her from head to foot maids, a bold, forward girl glided out really was. He would certainly betrayher.
..y'P ern answered. "My grand- "I do hopo your visit will bo the means "You have the Lyndon look," Mrs. of the obscurity. And to liavo the revelation come
\ whom I have of the proud old lady's obdu- said at first from his would be ruin.
c.othtT, :Wallingford, softening Wallingford graciously, length."I "What are you doing here? Vera demanded lips
refer seen, has sent for mo to come to rate heart. Wo aro very poor-poorer am euro we shall get on very well to- struck by tho maid's evident "Please go and leave me, Capt. Hax
fostonr than you dream! And it is wicked to bo gether. I like your dress. Such sim- terror and guilty looks."I ton," she cried, clasping her trembling
'.Not: the rich Mrs. Wallingford?" so hard and unforgiving. Your grand- plicity is refreshing in these days of came for this," Ann stammered, hands. "Go at once. Indeed, indeed I
She did not see the start of surprise hogave mother ought to do something generousfor ruffles and rich apparel. It might makea displaying a crimson blossom she had cannot see you here!"

or the eager, questioning look that her dead son's only child." difference, only everybody knows you snatched from ono of the potted shrub "Why not? I have so much to say to
leapt like a flash into his bold black eyes. Vera affectionately kissed the thin can afford to do as you please in such in passing. you, Vera."

"Yes-my grandmother is a very I wan cheek. matters." "You were not alone. I heard voices. She did not wait to hear it, but flew
wealthy woman, I believe. Is it possiblethat : "I almost hate her for being so cruel Vera gave a little gasp. What did the Some ono has just gone away. Mrs. past him to the door, her one desire to '
you know her, Capt. Ilaxtou?" I to you, littlo mother. Just because you old lady mean? She had no idea how Wallingford would be greatly displeasedif escape as quickly as possible from his

"1 epent last winter in Boston, and met aro only a farmer's daughter! But J pretty and lady like she looked in the she knew you received visitors here." hated presence.He .
Mrs. Wallingford once or twice," he will try to forget her injustice and win soft clinging gown of steel colored cash- Words of denial were upon the girl's was too late to intercept her. Livid

sflixrered, in some confusion. "Isn't its her loco for your eake." mere, relieved by littlo knots of scarlet lips, but she thought better of it, and did with disappointment and rage, ho could
little strange," he added, after a pause, Early next morning the lumbering ribbon hero and there. Not the least like not utter them. could only call out, as she fled wildly up

"that you should be living in this out-of- yellow stago coach drew up in tho shadow a country girl! "My brother saw me through tho window tho staircase: ,
the-way place when you have a rich relative I of tho drooping elms growing beside Before sho could recover herself to reply -I while on his way to the kitchen "I won't be baffled like this! You must
who might do so much for you?" tho farmhouse gate. This was a nondescript Herbert Falconer had produced tho door, and stopped long enough to de- appoint some time and place when and '

"0 grandmother never forgave her son I vehicle which made daily trips to telegram and was reading it aloud.It liver a message," she answered, inso where you are willing to grant me an interview j

for marrying my sweet mamma. She is I the nearest railway station, twelve miles was signed, "V. Lyndon;" but by lently tossing back her head. "Go, tell ." !
a proud, haughty, selfish woman, I have I away, for tho transportation of passengers some oversight the name of the place mistress, if like, Miss Lyndon. Vera sped on to her own room without
been told. Up to the present time she i and a limp leather mail bag-limp i from which it was sent had been omitted. my I don't imagine you she will think I have replying. Locking the door, she flung
because the Chesterfield "From that New girl Mrs. herself the couch where sho and
has: refused to hold any communicationwith people were Hampshire committed a capital crime." on wept
us. It was a great surprise when never great letter writers,and there were Wallingford muttered, half contemptuously Vera instinctively distrusted the girl. sobbed miserably for many minutes.
business to call forth back the soft cush- "0 what shall I do? I can't have that
6te M>nt for mo to come and visit her; no large concerns I sinking upon Something told her she was both cun-
but nxanuiia thinks 1 had better go.? an extensive correspondence. j ions with a sigh of relief. ning and unscrupulous. Of course she man coming to Rosclawn. Somethingtells
Digby t Haxton stood looking at the "Going to visit your rich old grandmother I "Of course," said Herbert, serenely. was keeping the real truth back. But it mo he is not an acquaintance of
lovely girl a moment, a curious glitterin oh?" tho genial driver said to I "Well, I must own I'm glad she isn't I I would be wiser, perhaps to overlook whom grandmother would approve. And
his inscrutable dark eyes. She had Vera, with the cordial familiarity of an I coming. No doubt she is a bold, forward this transgression. i just now I would not for the world do

fairly bewitched him with her pretty old friend. There are no family secrets I creature, with the manners of a savage, "Seo that you are not guilty of a second I anything to offend her. At the very
face. It would not bo a bad stroke of in these country towns, and the girl's I who would put me to the blush a dozen offense and I shall not betray you," least, ho would expose the deception. In-
policy to win the wealthy Mrs. Walling prospects had been discussed at nearly i times each day. What better could you she said, hastily gathering the roses for deed ho may have done that already

tord's granddaughter for his wife. every supper table for miles around, theevening expect of a child brought up by such a which she had come;, and turning to retrace -I She started up in affright at the
Suddenly he bent his handsome head, before. "It's high time sho sent I mother? I never forgave the designing her steps. I thought; then fell back again weepingmore

taking Vera's trembling little hand in his for you. Her own flesh and blood, a* I I creature for entrancing my son into mar Just then a suppressed sound caused bitterly than ever.
warm strong grasp. ono might say, and she rolling in riches, 1 rying her; though I did think of relenting her to look quickly around. She saw & Her apprehensions were somewhat
MI hall miss you sadly. It won't seem with only one other relative in the world! i: enough to do something for the masculine figure rise suddenly from the allayed when she stole timidly downstairs ,

like the tame place when you are gone," Now I hope she'll_ mako_ amends .by l daughter. Well, I am sincerely glad to- shrubbery beside the terrace door, and I an hour or so later. Mrs. Wallingford -
he whispered, ardently.A I I be spared the ordeaL I should have hat greeted her just as usual.
adopting you and leaving you all her hurry across the lawn. The man's I
moment later he was pouring the hated the girl because of her origin." was drawn over his eyes, but Vera The respite was of brief duration. The

eld old story into her listening ear. money.Thero was a tearful parting between I I Vera's blue eyes flashed indignantly. caught a momentary glimpse of his face I old fears returned with redoubled force
I She tried to explain-to resent in some the next time she met Ann Briggs. The
Vera thrilled and quivered under the Vera and her mother; and at last tho in the moonlight.
ardent gaze of those dangerous, dark former was well started on the twelve I way the insult offered her gentle mother "Capt. Haxton Can it be possible?** girl's manner, with its curious blendingof
eyes Of real abiding lovo the knew milo journey over tho hills to tho little -but there was such a choking in her she murmured, reeling giddily backward insolence and patronage, told her
next to nothing. What answer she inland city where she would take the I throat she could not utter an audible I against one of the pillars as if struck a plainly that her secret was known to one
might have made to his eloquent.plead- train for Boston. sound. sudden blow. inmate of the house.
ing 1* b impossible to say. But all at She reached her destination late in the "Come, dear, and give me a kiss" she : Of course Digby Haxton had told her;
afternoon. The cab stopped before a heard Mrs. Wallingford say, coaxingly, and, if so, the two were allies.
once Bruno shot past her with an angry large house in the Back Bay region, in the midst of her tumultuous excite r "I will go to grandmother and make a
snarl and spring viciously laxton'sthroat which loomed grandly against the blue ment.u I have taken a real fancy to you, full confession," she resolved. "There is
He seemed terribly exasperated.A just as I expected, An old woman like no help for it now. But not today. I
short snuggle: ensued. It was all gray Vera's sky.heart beat quickly as she me feels the need of someone to love and a.r feel half sick-I am not equal to the
Vera could do, by dint of alternate coaxing and bell. lean upon. You and I will be all the effort."
climbed the stone the
steps rang
and threats, to Induce the dog to release A messenger boy came up just behind happier for being spared the affliction of The following afternoon she was in the

his grip. this country cousin's society." back parlor with Mrs. Wallingford.Vera .
her, bringing yellow envelope.Vera I
Capt. Harton was livid with fear and conducted through a lofty Vera flung her hands over her face, looked pale and nervous-she had
rage. Hut he made a mighty effort, and whoso gold and held them there a moment Like a made up her mind to improve the opportunity
hall to a reception room
controlled himself. It would liavo. dono walls multitudinous mirrors, flash came a sudden thought that made and clear her guilty con-
bun good to shoot the vicious brute, onlyhe '
carved chairs and costly bric-a-brac fair- her head whirl and her heart throb faster science.
did not dare. than ever. Just as the words were trembling for
dazzled her unaccustomed
\ uie, Vera,"he entreated, falling ly hot feeling of indignation eyes.A went over Mrs. Wallingford a woman of violent utterance the door bell rang sharply.

back a step out of harm's way. her she gazed around. How many- deeply rooted prejudices. She Footsteps crossed the halL She heard
"Don't let that snarling beast of a dog comforts might have been purchased for seemed willing enough to take Viola to voices-Herbert Falconer's and the sweet
keep back the confession I long to hear. her heart. Why not profit by the very silvery tones of a woman.
Say that you love me and will become her poor care burdened mother by thejioney natural mistake that had been made- "This is wholly unexpected, Miss Lyn
my wit('." any one of these elegant trifles assume her cousin's identity, be Viola don." It was Herbert who was speaking.
But tlu girl had experienced a sudden must havo cost! until she had won her whimsical grand- "Aunt WalKngford had given you up.
revulsion b: fueling. All at once she re- But no! selfish, worldly Mrs. Walling mother's love? But of course, she will be delightedthat
mcinberod her gentle mother's warningfor ford had never forgiven her son's "low The deception can harm no one," you changed your mind at the last ,
Mr Lyndon had never liked or marriage," as sho was pleased to terra she reflected. "Of course I shall dis 1 moment." '
handsome Surelythe it. All these to the present Vera heart fierce frightened
trusted the stranger. years up close the truth as soon as my purpose gave a
m best could not U wholly astray. of his widow uid orphan child. bring this proud old lady face to face body. She fairly held her breath.I .
"1-1-am HO Mrr.Capt.. Hasten," "But for the hopo of making my little with my sweet mamma, how quickly '' --... r I was detained by the dangerous illness -
she xlltcrtvl "! shall always feel grateful mother's last days pleasanter, I would go she would feel ashamed of her silly dislike 1 of a friend." the velvet soft voice
for your friendiJiip. But it is use- away this minute!" Vera thought, her !" answered. i

less thinking of any other relation. eyes flashing, her breath coming thick When Vera raised her head at length 'Capt. Ilaxtonl Can it be possible" "Your cousin from Baltimore baa been
(;Q.I.b) M.imrna U waiting for me. and hurried. Herbert Falconer was gazing at her Ann had hurried up to her, and was with us a little over a week."
and I HUM RI)." The "other relative" to whom the curiously. Not even attempting to analyze peering curiously into her face. "My cousin from Baltimore?" The inflection

With pale lips and cheeks she glidedPt I stage driver had referred was her cousin that, look, she touched her lipsto "What is the matter. Miss Lyndon? of surprise was very marked.
him keeping firmly hold of Bruno's Viola Lyndon. a Baltimore beauty and Mrs.: Wallingford's wrinkled cheek. Are you ill?" "I refer to Miss Viola Lyndon. Per-

collar and turned into a footpath that belle. Somehow thoughts of her dead father "No, no." Vera made a mighty effort, haps you were hardly aware of her ex-
led toward a low red farm house with a Vera had never been Viola. As the stirred her strangely. and recovered herself. A glance through istence? It is such a long distance from

Draggling orchard stretching away in latter was rich in her own right, there "Only be kind to me, and I will the glass .side of the conservatory into Maryland to New Hampshire And the ,
the rear could be littlo community of feeling be- always love you. gran imother." she the grounds showed her that the man fortunate few generously endowed with '
apt Uaxton'tf lips had fallen apart in tween the two. But, if justice were said, tremulously.The had disappeared. "I-I-am a little fan- this world's goods are rather apt to neglect -
U&f I giitHl amazement. lie had antici- done, they would share and share alikein mistake had been !allowed to pass ciful! That is all I will go now." poor relations." I

i:ue 1 making uu .wy conquest of thisguiele \Vallingford's large fortune. unrectiSed, and retreat from her anomalous Ann stepped aside. But her lips were A cold perspiration broke out thickly
4. Dimple hearted country girL "Though that is too much to expect, position was no longer possible. But ominously compressed, her eyes shone upon Vera's forehead and around the
"Curv, tho brute!" ho broke out, with Vera told herself, "1 shall be quito satisfied >when she found herself alone in her ele- with a lurid light. corners of her mouth. She waited breath- ,

a hWu;;. deep drawn breath. "But for if grandmother settles a few thou- gant boudoir, with bath and dressingroom "I must have been mistaken," Vera lessly for the weds that would expose
Jiita I believe, on mj soul she would sands, that. will never be missed, on little attached, she walked restlessly said to herself, as sho slowly retraced her the fraud, but they were not spoken. 1

hare surrendered. Til give him an ounce mamma. Then sho could enjoy lifea about, scarcely deigning a glance at her steps to Mrs. Wallingford's room. "Capt. The new comer, the real Viola Lyn-
of cold lead one of these days. And the littlo and need not work so hard. luxurious surroundings."I Haxton here, holding a stolen interview don, had shifted her position and was I II I

girl-with what an air she declined my At that moment the rich portieres can never, never keep up the decep- with that vulgar girl Impossible! Ho now visible through the half open door.A .
cffer of marriage! An experienced belle draping an arch at the lower end of the tion I shall betray myself a dozen tunes expected to remain some time longer in proud, haughty looking lady with
couldn't have dono it more coolly. But," apartment were swept aside, and a strik- each day. 0 why. why did I make the the country. Of course the man was a blonde hair and cold blue eyes. Her
slowly about his ingly handsome young man camo toward red to but
a wicked smile creeping attempt?" stranger. My iuia.i tation exaggerated a beautiful lips opened speak,
lip, "it will be a reversal tho usual her with outstretched hands. But it was easier than she would have passing resemblance. they closed again without an audible
order If she slips through my fingers "You are Miss Lyndon," ho said, in a believed She had acquired many graces But she was absent minded and ill at sound.. An inscrutable expression crossed 1
made mind. mellow voice, smiling down on her in a 4
now I have really up my her fair face.
and accomplishments in her countryhome. ease all the rest of the evening. Once or
Mrs Who that instantly inspired a feeling of
\'t.llingfon'scmnddaugbtcr way Evidently Miss Viola Lyndon was a
Her dJ'CSIJ"as always so neat, twice was on her lips to ask Mrs. 'Vall-
would dreamed of finding such a confidence and trust. "Welcome to with wonderful
have lady gifted nerves
pretty and becoming ono never thoughtof ingford if she remembered Capt. Hax- young
prize here?" Roselawn. I must, perforce, introduce and rare self control She entered the parlor -
noticed the ef-
tho material, but only ton but she refrained Such a question
Excitement brought back Vera's ebbing myself. I am Herbert Falconer. Of leaning upon Herbert Falconer's arm.
lead to explanations that were
color as she flow down tho narrow course you have heard of me? fect.And Mrs. Wallingford had not the better postponed.Next Mrs. Wallingford barely touched the
path. Sho had been deeply stirred. The Yes-though she had quite forgotten, slender gloved hand she extended.
faintest that this lady she alone in
suspicion day, as was sitting
handsome captain was her first real for the time being, that there. was sucha "You are Vera, I suppose* ?" the old
like girl was the simple country maiden the back parlor, Ann unceremoniously
lover, and had begun to figure largely in person. lady said, coldly, her grizzled brows
she had secretly made r.p her to opened the door and said with a demure
her girlish dreams. Mrs. Wallingford had been married gathered in a frown. "I don't know what
dislike.It the of her mouth
drooping of corners :
Now, strange to say, she experienced and widowed twice. Herbert Falconer led me to invite you 'to Roselawn:but
was astonishing how quickly a week "A gentleman to see Miss Lyn-
a sense of real relief that the matter. had was her lart _husband's nephew-there- of course, you must :stay, now you .are
flow by-the happiest Vera had ever ex- don. Shall 1 show him in here?
been co unexpectedly decided. foro no relation of Vera's. Now she distinctly here. One of the rear rooms will be good
Dear old Bruno, you eared me from recalled having heard it rumored perienced. Had she thought to analyzeher Vesa sprang up. trembling with .excitement .enough for you-coming from a dilapi-.
I thank favor}! feelings she must have realized how ; .. .,_ .,. -.'
making a serious mistake, and that the young man.was a_great H
nd .... .." Continued on Page G. -
for lt Eho cxclsimtxi
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succession its name j How's This l'
Or- and have by corporate
TIlE much-talked-of school house -j Florida Orange Growers'
THE FLORIDA STAR. question for the period of twenty years. It shall i

l -- which advocated the purchase of j gaiiization. have all the powers granted to corporation j! We offerOne Hundred Dollars

TCBLISIIED EVERY THL'1 SDAY. the school Building by the town and :. Organization is the fundamental prin- under the acts referred to and the Constitution t for cured any by case taking of Catarrh Hall's Catarrh that canL?? ?'
1 of in all business, but is and laws of Florida.
1 ciple success
which voted down at the election F. J. CHENEY & Co. '
was I I Tofi
i ELLIS B. WAGER Editor 1 and Pulls ert absolutely necessary in all c.sesVher ARTICLE II. : sop 3 !
held in June have died out. We, the undersigned have !
seems to be kiw
large territory The business of the corporation I
i the business is spread over a J. Cheney for the last 15 a"l
$1.5O per Annum. The people, very properly, did not see i and transacted through manyagents. to transport freight and passengers from lieve him perfectly) honorable years In'

4 fit to buy the school house at the figures This is a recognized truth Titusville to Canaveral and Banana River ness transactions anti :
Entered at the Pod Office at Titusvillea* I throughout D the world, and to-day there and elsewhere and the inner water ways of financially tb+di
submitted by the trustees, which was and carry out any obligation made
Second-Clou Matter. '! is scarcely industry of any importance the east coast of Florida by steamboats, firm. by ooq

I rather too high, for by so doing they commercial, mechanical, agricultural establish connecting lines of tram or steam I WEST & TKUAX Wholesale Dm

ii THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor would have added materially- the : but has its organization for the purpose railroads stage or such other means ot I Toledo O. e

Brevard county. I small debt the 1 town i* no'trymg to liquidate : of regulating its various details, and securing transportation as may be suitable. WALDIXG, KIXXAX & MAUVIXsale ...,
I a standard market price for its AUTICLE III. Druggists;: Toledo, 0. ""**
without bonding or borrowing. j shall
circulationof I 1 of The capital stock of corporation E. II. VAX HOESEX (
The Star ins the Largest productions. The orange industry 'a5bierToledo*
will not the stockholders tofedl I be five thousand dollars divided into fifty *
any paper on the East coast of Fla. agree 1 Florida has been a notable exception to tional Bank. Toledo, 0.

the building to the town, taking their | the rule and this fact has produced the ,' shares of one hundred dollars each of said, twenty-stock Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken interna-
five of the face value
A Sf-lCAREI'Jonclnchln space; 24 squares pay in the note of the town for ?*) percent 1 I impression throughout the markets where percent subscriber the deliver acting directly upon the blood and
l by on
to paid
make a column. that there is such lack up cus surfaces of the system. Price"*
f of their stock, these notes bearing i i our fruit is sent of his certificate of stock, the balance sub- bottle. Sold ail
i advertising; rates enquire of the Editor ''of intelligence enterprise and progressiveness and per by DruggHts. )H(
always enclosing two cent stamp. legal rates of interest, and let the town ,the Florida orangegrowersrev ject to call on vote of the directors

take: off the whole or a part of the mort- I as to render among them the legitimate oft proper notice. A X ARTICLE IV. Catarrh Remedy. Price;') cents. Si
III THE first term of County Court, to be gage which will soon be due? In this i j any and all who choose to take advantage -, The business of the company shall be & Grey Titusville, Ila. bold IT; :-..

held the first Monday of next month, way the town would own the buildingat of their i ignorance of business principles i conducted "by a president, vice-president, .

interesting cases. build simplicity. We haveso i secretary, treasurer and five directors. Thedirectors For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint YOU _
promises some quite a much less value than it cost to I _
secured-and merited-the most con- I hall, for the first year, be the undersigned printed guarantee on every bottle of Shays t
3 Our County Solicitor has not been idle and the stockholders will be relieved talizer. It never fails to cure bold by D.
hold :
temptuous pity of those who have profited incorporators, and shall until Grey. Titnsville, Fla: (
''I' since he received his commission, and from further assessments to meet the by our idiotic method, our ocal1edindelendence their successor are elected and qualifyAn .

when court day rolls around he will have mortgage.We of action, our apparent determination -I election for directors !shall be held by Hackmetack," alastiiur and iragrtnt
rt combine of the stock at the principal Price 25:: and 60 Sold brTittmille pew
not to on any plan vote capital cents. Dickso t
make good tart as informed that 6ft..
a chance to a prosecuting have been a majority -
that the office of the in Titusville, on the Fla.
for our mutual protection, mere company,
attorney for the county: and State. I of the stockholders would be willingto mention of the -organization" in I first Monday in AprII.A. D. 1890, and ...

a transaction of this kind, and we connection with our business raises a each subsequent year. Any one may vote Shiloh's Cnre will immediately reline C G I

KILRAIN- telegraphed his wife after think our town should own the building; smile of derision on the faces of those stock of another in if duly authorized by power &whooping Grey. Titusulle Cough arid Fla.LrouchUis. Sold b1

# ;t Sullivan had knocked him out, "Nature but if the town should not buy it the who our have imbecility been fattening, and who on think the resultsof they power of attorney shall tie first writing filed with so to the do,secretaryand but such ..

gave out; not hurt. Mrs. Kilrain said county will probably be willing to purchase have correctly gauged the mental capacity noted in the minutes. Would you exchange )-ourpale thf i

she was greatly surprised at the result, it on much the same basis as statedabove. of the men engaged! in Florida's The Board of Directors shall elect the for rosy ones?

and she placed the blame upon her hus.i The building was originally con- greatest industry. Is" their estimate of president, vice-president, secretary and Johnson's Tonic vitalizes the bloody
treasurer, who may be directors or not, and riches it. It has no equal aaanipJ
band's trainers. She says: his training structed with the intention that the town us correct ? Is "it true, as has been as- the board shall also have power to consolidate tizer. Try it, and, if not satisfied,
serted often that the has been
quarters were too public, and he was should purchase it, and now, it seems to almost so slang, that "You phrase can't organizethe any two of said offices if decided expedient money refunded. Cures every form |
Directors and officers shall be
called on to entertain too many of his us! is the time to do so, or the county Florida orange-growers?" The op- stockholders in the corporation. fevers.

b! friends. She says also that he was con- school board might purchase it on fa- portunity is here before you, by :your individual ARTICLE V. .

c the time he left action, to prove the insulting shall from time to time Sbiloh's Catarrh Remedy positive cart fat
fident of victory up to vorable terms and enlarge it, if necessary, The directors Urrb Diptheria. and Canker Mouth. Sold bJ &
/ estimate false and the assertion a lie, or
for the scene of the fight. to meet the demands of the increased employ such agents as may be necessary to son & Grey Titusville, Fla.
L t ... by your neglect or your refusal to take manage the affairs of the company, and .
H number in scholarship. Should the townor advantage of the opportunity, admit that shall fix their salaries and duties. The

is TilE proprietor of the Police Gazette, the county own it ? even half the truth has not been told of principal place of business of the company immediate Why will relief you cough? Price when 10 cts Shiloh'g 60 cU Cure and ip|L Su

Sir. Richard K. For, is said to be out the depth of your ignorance, stupidityand shall be at Titusville, Florida. by Dickson & Grey, Tttusville, Fla.
: folly. This opportunity is the Florida ARTICLE. .
about $20,000, not counting any bets he ANDREW CAnsi oIE's attitude with Orange-Growers Union-an organization The highest amount of indebtedness or
The Women Praise B. 11.13
may have made, by the SullivanKilrainfight. reference to the strikes in Pittsburg, remarks of orange-growers solely, with a planso liability to which the corporation may at

He furnished Kilrain's stake of the Xew York Times, can scarcelyseem simple and vet so complete, with an any time subject itself shall not exceed one- The suffering of women certaialj:!
object so purely and self-evidently to half the face value of the capital stock. awakens the sympathy of every to
$10,000, paid various personal expensesof heroic, even to its occupant. Com- compel reform of the various evils from ARTICLE. philanthropist. Their best friend hot,

Kilrain in Europe and on the return : mon rumor has credited him with a con- which the individual, as well as the S. II. Ray is hereby unanimously electedto ever, is B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm:

trip to America and remunerated Mitchell tribution of $500,000 made to the repub- whole industry, has suffered, that it fill the place of H. J. Tiffin upon the Send to Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Gi
tt board of director made vacant by his res for proofs.H. .
Kilrain's Adding his would seem it must at once appeal to ,
for training. lican campaign fund, with the avowed ignation.In L. Cassidy. Kennesaw. Ge., write:

probable bets to these losses, he is no intention of maintaining the tariff so as the self-interest to no higher motiveof witness of all the above we have here- Three bottles B. B. B. cured my ti
in the State and
every gro'.ver '
M doubt out of pocket considerably, and it to prevent a reduction in the wages of mand his instant approval and unto subscribed our names, places of residence of scrofula.
support. and the number of shares severallyagree Mrs. R. M. Laws, Zalaba, Fla.,writs:
believed that he will hesitate we
well be
American Xow the The of the Florida
may I workingmen. same plan Orange-
I to take in the capital stock of said "I have never used anything to equall
long before he backs any: one against Mr. Carnegie, the election being well Growers' Union is the State organizationthe I' corporation the 11th day of July,A.D. 1S89.R. B. B."

Sullivan head-and the local associations or Mrs. C. H. Gay, Rocky Mount,Y.C.
again. over and the tariff preserved, avows his P. PADDISOX.Titusville, Fla, 2 shares;
t branches in every section of every orange X. X. PENNY, Canaveral, Fla., shares; writes : 'Xot a day for 15 years wash
I intention of spending 1,500,000 if necessary producing county-the body. The State JNO. M. DIXON Titusville., Fla, 1 share; free from headache. B. B. B. entirdj

;; GHOOLY KHAN, the Persian Minister or three times the amount of his organization is the executive head, creat- S. H. RAY, Titusville, Fla., 1 share; relieved me. I tee! like another person.'

Washington, who has had his feelings contribution for the benefit of American ed by the votes of the local associations E. S. WILEY, Titusville, Fla., 1 share. James W. Lancaster, HawkiosriBt.

hurt and who wants to get out of the labor in general, for the of forc- throughout the State, and is composed of State of Florida, "4 Personally came be- Ga., writes : Hlywife was in bad bea
purpose the officers and a board of directors. Its Brevard County, f fore me the above sub- for eight years. Five doctors and I fins l

country as soon as possible is receiving ing a reduction of 20 per cent. in the duties are to have a supervision of the scribed, R. P. Paddison, N. N.Penny, Jno. patent medicines had done her no good

numerous letters of sympathy from wages of the particular American work- local associations already formed, and to M. Dixon, S. H. Ray and E. S. Wiley, in- Six bottles of B. B. cured her."

Americans unknown to him. The minister ingmen in his own employ. direct the work by which additional as- corporators forming the board of directors Miss S.Toinlinson.Atlanta, Ga.,SlIt

Sir Julian Paunce- sociations shall be created, until every of above-named company, and acknowledged 4For years I suffered with rbenmatsacaused
from England
section of the State is thoroughly organ- the signatures to the foregoing ar- by kidney trouble and I indi JD!'

forte. called on him the other day: and Ilj-polnxo. ized, and every grower enrolled in the ticles; at the same time they made oath tion ; I also was feeble and nervous. I

explained to him that the rollicking Capt. Pierce is building a fine steam- membership ; to study the interests of that they intended in good faith to pursue eral B. B.other relieved medicines me at had once failed.although"

American had unkind feelings the members and provide for their advancement : the business therein mentioned.
press no boat wharf at the post-office landing.Old Rev. J. M. Richardson. Clarlsta
for the shah but Minister in all possible ways ; to be inconstaut tweta
him Ark. writes suffered
y for or : My wife..
n Public
B. Florida.
man put another shingle in his communication with the business Notary
with rheumatism and female
Khan did not reconsider his determination years
., Ghooly house and Mr.\ Merkle caught another management of the organization, the plaint. A lady member of my chord

to depart. He says that black bass. Fruit Exchange, and so keep informed ARTICLE BY-LAWS. had been cured by B. B. B. Shep*

when his resignation is accepted, his successor on all points relating to the shipping interests Directors I.-A meeting of the Board of suaded my wife to try it. who nOW vp
be called the instance
.* will, be speedily appointed, notwithstanding Times are stirring at Hypoluxo. and to make such rules from two directors may due notice at of there is nothing like B. B. B., IS t
Everything is "on the boom." Those time to time as will be for the advantage any being givento quickly gaher relief.*' HAre -
rr Sir Julian Paunceforte's.good the other directors, with sufficient time
r of the members of the Union.
that cannot the boom objectis
get on perch on for them to attend. One director may cast
and well-timed
the gaff. to effect such a thorough combinationof the vote of another if authorized so'to do you made miserable by indigestion, Ceo#,,
.. the growers as to secure concert of by written power of attorney. Three direc- patiou. Dizinte*. Los of Appttite. Yellow l Sb
Uncle Fred M. while franti- action all matters the Sbiloh's ViUlizer is a positive Cure. Soil bjBen #
reaching on affecting
{ TAUXTON, Xew England, received the ,. orange tors shall make a quorum, and their personal k Grey, Tittm tile, Fla.
greetings of old Taunton, Devonshire! cally for a "skeet" between his shoulders, industry-one system of marketing the presence shall be necessary for the
fruit-thus securing a uniform, remunerative transaction of business. act of
I but were not quite in dislocated a suspender button and has; a a majority The Rey. fieo. H. Iad,
England, they: price, the establishing of a uniform ot the directors at a regular Board Thayer, of Bourbon i
time for the formers 230th anniversary decided list to port system of grading and packing ; furnishing meeting shall be valid as a corporate act. Consumption"Both myself Cure.and "wife Sold owe by our Dicisou live itusvSlle to Ore1.6h '

celebration. The missive is the most Mr. Garnett's mule has a sweet bare- the growers with all supplies necessary ART. ii.-Meetings of the stockholdersmay Fla.
for the business, at the lowest po*si- be ordered at any time by the boardof -
handsome ever seen in the city of Taunt of-tone voice, but it don't seem to blend
ble prices. directors; but every stockholder shall
f ton. The letters are all hand-painted with Capt. Charley's b-flat horn, so they The local or precinct associations are I have at least five days' clear notice of such

4 i' upon thin parchment in old style illu- never play together and scarcely speakas the foundation of this plaif of organization -: meeting, either personally or by registered

minated script. The whole is surrounded they pass by. and upon them depends strength. letter. It shall be the duty of the secretaryto
Their members are also members of the issue and serve all notices and keep a
., by illuminated scrollwork, and at the The Bradley launched their record thereof.
boys A.
s1 yachtin State organization ; their delegates to majority of the stock

top! is a watercolor sketch of Taunton her new rig and are going to try to the annual conventions: elect the officers shall make a quorum at a stockholder ,u>.>..walatirROYAL'

Castle, and below i bOld St. Mary's I I take the conceit out of that "sassy7' mail and shape the policy of the State organization meeting.ART. "'""

a : church. On one side of the castle is the ; through them alone is it possibleto in.-Suitable books shall be kept soturnr w
boat. On her trial she sailed fast
trip the for
so bring about a perfect combination of by secretary the registry and transfer -
oi? coat-of-arms of the town, and on the that the rudder began to smoke, and the growers, and so to their creation of the capital stock. He shall also notify -
'' other side is a huge T crossed by what all stockholders of "calls"] on their 0r )
they had to lower the jib to prevent a should be devoted all the energies of J'

-(seems to be a beer barrel-perhaps a hint conflagration. those who seek the success: and prosperityof stock ordered by the directors, and shall '-;
collect the same. In case of failure of a
at the crowning industry of Taunton. 4< the orange industry.County member to meet the calls for of i=?;
Many thanks, Mr. I Donno Whoo"for a period :
r The large red seal of Tauntou borough organization has no part or thirty days after he shall have received J'
'' f in the lower hand :your kind invitation. If I ever come place in this plan. It would destroy the notice o(the same, the board of directors r .
right corner. I
14 appears within a mile Melbourne I will surely simplicity and thus produce injury instead shall have power to cancel his stock and "" I.

i It is now framed in a good stout frame stop there. Mr. "I Donno Whoo*' ha-: of benefit. In all State conventions confiscate the sum paid in by him to the
'" of old oak taken from St. each county will be perfectly of
+ i English Mary's friends all represented use the corporation ; or they may, at
church at the time of its last renovation. many over -for nearly I by the delegates of its local as- their discretion, put the sum in suit, o"r extend -

4sI I every night I can hear someone calling sociations, and so command all the powerit the time of payment. 4KI$6POWDER

"I Donno-Whoo," "I Donno-Whoo." is necessary to have. Transfers of stock may be made in blank

!w$; RUMORS of more marriages in high life My cockney friend says "hits the howls Now, one word of warning to the i indorsement and the holder shall have

x7. are on the tapi The engagement of orange-growers. The opportunity is presented -i power to write an assignment to himselfover
you to secure all the benefits said indorsement ; but no stockholdershall

two more American women to foreign Do believe in omenThe full arising from co-operation and organization. vote said stock until the assignment
noblemen is announced. Miss Caroline All you have to do is to join us thereof to him is entered on the books of
moon roe in the east (fact). Mrs. the
Fitzgerald is to marry Lord Edward and work for the movement now started companv.

,.' Fitzmaurice, a direct defendant of the James' foolfice barked all night at the with such bright prospects of success. If ART. iv.-It shall be the duty of the
that fail to this if secretary to see that all reports, publica- Pure.This .
lumpy-faced man imaginative you grasp opportunity ; Absolutely
Earl of Shelbourne, and formerly a mem tions and other requirements as to
through indifference and apathy the publicity -
ber of the British parliament ; and Miss ple say they can see in the moon, until movement your fails, it will be long etc., required by law, be duly observed. powder never varies. A mtrrel 'f' '
j i he grew black in the face-turned pale many In witness of the'adoption of the forego strength, and wholeaomeneft. More ec2l
Mary Caldwell is to Marry Prince Murat day before nnman or any: body of men than the ordinary kind. and cannot be PJ, -'
1 of France. Both ladies are well and tail. Now don't get things mixed. will have the courage to"again attemptto ing by-laws the undersigned incorporators, I competition with the multitude of low t' 9
young forming the hoard of
I directors of the weight, slain or J..
cor- phosphate powders.
It Florida SOan
black and the the .
was a dog turned organize
moon orangegrowers.And .
; i: known. Miss Fitzgerald's home is in poration, have hereto set their names this cans Royal Baking Powder Co.. 106

New York, and though she is only 21 pale at daylight, and the dog turned tail than our the last first.end will be infinitely worse 11th day of July. A. D. ISftO.R. ) Sew York. --"

l and the PPADD SOS N. X. PENNY
pulled house over him, and if ,
t years old, she is regarded as a class- J. C. )1cKrn Ix. JNO. M. DIXON RESOLUTION
this tale don't suit
ical scholar and a fine linguist, and is a you just cause some ... E. S. WILEY. JIJ1I
'= 1 thing to happen down here. or write a State of Florida 1 Personally Patted by the Town Council at a
member of the American Oriental ..ocii Articles of Association of the came be-
tale to suit yourself.I Brevard County. / fore metheabovesigned held June 13, 1889.Resolved .
i ety. She has recently had published a Titusville and Canaveral
R. P. Paddison, N. N. Jno.
Penny, M. Clerk
that the Town
i ii book of poems. Miss Caldwell is the am sure that my epitaph should be, Steamboat and Transportation Dixon, S. H. Ray and E. S. Wiley, and all parties ,owning vacant In

: young lady who gave $300,000 for a Catholic "Here lies poor RCTHVEN." Company. acknowledged their signatures to the above town between DeSoto street lOUd I

university at Washington. She is .. We the do instrument. River to cut down all brush and scs
i. undersigned, hereby associate
,$ said to be handsome and intellectual, and Consumption Surely Cured.To ourselves under the General Incorporation and clean up said lots within "
Notary Public for Florida. 30 fro
to the town
is very wealth Her father was the late THE EDITOR-Please inform your readers thatI Act as contained in Chapter 34 of )IcClellan's days of tire. protect the failure or- Jpes:
z have a positive remedy for the abovenameddisease. Digest of the Laws of Florida for the gee Upon 1 f
Shakespeare Caldwell who was born in By its timely nee thousands of hopeless transaction of the business of a Steamboatand Judge W. Ira Brown, near Rochelle son so notified to'clean up their slim fJIf!
cases have been permanently cured. I shall be I he time specified, the Council
t Virginia, and her mother was a memberof glad to send two bottles of my remedy nEE to any Transportation Company. is 64 years old and the father of twentytwo 1 the same done and the charges anda.t.IfIJ 4
the Breckinridge family some of the of your readers mho hare consumption if they will ARTICLE I. '
children fourteen of whom 1 1H"ing hereof shall be lien against
send me their express and post office address. This corporation shall be known bv the are now a JI'
of which have become fa- to be enforced the in 1 nk
male members Respectfully and to-day the by
of the "Titusville Canaveral :
name and appears more
T. A.8LOCUM M. c., 181.! Pearl It., New Tork. tier with mechanic's Hen .
mous for statesmanship and oratory. Si, Steamboat and Transportation Company," active and lively than most young men. Attest:, Ji P. BLAKE, Town, ?,




C. Stare, .-"ol>>rletol". .
V. goaatx4 Brevard Ab. STZLi:1'TG-: : T.A.YLOR.I f
OJD"frel4d1t. !$ Brevud Secy.Itract Co. Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic I fI .
bIU'Id Ca Cigars. Trade supplied with fine g
OBBINS & GRAHAM, band made goods. Orders promptly filled. Cocoa, Indian River, Flori R Factory at Malabar Fla. 28NEWSPAPER


I TTTUsVILLE: Brevard Co., Florida. NA UMS:
4 t tt B Ol 250 I/in all the -ountles of the Seventh
mn I sod***in*the ;supreme Perfecting Court Laud Special Titles.CtoimwitomiidHeiH facili.Crcntt .. SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY

i 'f erndenee n JUCJtt-d from Hardware Stoves Tinware
I.b to Sp&UJaM prsnt$. )lon 1 to Loan. 12 THE PIOXCER: AGEXCY. Crockery i

1 A.e GL GU.\S, For terms and sample copies addressCIIAS.II.NAUMAN I


j. Ledge, Florida. Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla. Paints, Oils, Glass and PlItt"P'

1 L. GAULDEX, A. FROSCHER, Plumbers' and Mill t7 ." '. I ,

iI ATTORN EY-AT-LAV', Titnsville, Florida, BARBED WIRE,

Titusrille, Florida. Keeps of metallic and wooden Supplies, b -. -NtiuAY-
TIIUASHEH, Coffins Gases and Caskets.
I A- M. .
I.e I. Doors Sash Blinds WIRE
ATT ORNEY-AT-LAW, Funerals attended if desired. All or- and CLOT!!

SANFORD, FLA. ders promptly executed, and at reasonable .
{fflwSiee in all the counties of the Seventh
rates. Embalming done.
cJcait and Supreme Court._3 BRICK, LIME, CEMENT ,


a Attoney-aHaw and Coiwyancer Hardware and FISIIIXG TACKLE.

Worth Dade County, Florida.
t JAke Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade Ship Cb. :n.d1ery Gc>c>ds,

General Produce
County lands. Agents for ALABASTIXE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ,: For Chattanooga Plow CUIllpany's -

TONES & ATKINSON, plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.

I MERCHANT. Gauze Doors Cook Stoves and Gasolene
Attorne3'S-at-La1S, Ranges, Stoves} Coffins and Caskets.

Titoarille.T Florida. Melbourne Florida ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A. SPECIALITY.Catalogues .

T.SANDERS, A. L. Hatch & Son, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and F
estimates furnished promptly.


L I till!practice in all the Courts of the Seventh Ju STILING & TAYLOR.L. .
iid l Circuit of Florida.P. DRY GOODS. NOTIONS
.tt Box.235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. :

TJENTAL OFFICE OF Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,

Stationery, Family Medicines ; &, IBTJIDO-E
DR. L. T. DANIEL, Garden Seeds, ,

Win be at the Grand View Hotel, Titusville, on CHOICE GROCERIES, Dealers in
the First Monday each Month, for one week or
more. Patronage solicited,and all work guaranteed Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.
iyr D. L. DODSON, ,.
e PIUTCIIAIID, President.

TrrcsviLLE Office, until, further notice, at FLORIDA.Indian INDIAN RIVER BANK.

Hirer City Hotel. GIlrEItA..I11Sash : :B.A..R.D-VV: AR.E
Quality of work unsurpassed. 8 ,
Titusville, Florida.A .

i.. J e F. LEWIS, GENERAL BANKING SACTED.BUSINESS TRAN- Doors and Blinds ; Stoves, Tinware and Crockery."Refrigerators '

Gird Buster e and>1 Surveyor, Exchange bought and sold. Special and

Titusvillc, Fin. prompt negotiated attention on first given mortgage to collections.for Savings Loans P AJJXrTS: : AJXrD OILS,
and Individuals. Inter
Banks Corporations
: est allowed on time deposits.
I.i S Advances made upon available collateral. Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers
COUNTY SURVEYOR. Approved business pa erdiscounted. ,
Drafts on 8.Ut\1't8 of Europe.

Orders by mail will receive as prompt Business Every favor done,at consistent.Jacksonville with rates.sound Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors.
e attention as calls in person. banking, cheerfully extended.

Address: Georgiana, Fla. CORRESPONDENTS:Bank Jacksonville,
Jacksonville, Fla.; The' Seaboard National POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. .
Bank,New York. 23
Rotary Public for the State at Large. .

Justice of the Peace 17th Dist. RIVER BAKERYWe
t CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof will Keep on Hand Every Day PORTER & POTTER

over 30 years' experience. Natural PIES Yacht Sail-makers ,
finish a specialty.Melbourne. FRESH BREAD, CAKES, NEW DRUG STORE

Florida. 6 ETC. ALSO 84 & 85 South St., New York, Real Estate Dealers _

XOTICC.LAXD Has on hand a Fine Assortment of AXD ,

OFFICE GAINESVILLE. FLA,\ Bottlers of Sodawater, Ginger FOOT OF: 55TII ST., ATLANTIC

JulyCth, 1SS9. / FRESH DRUGS. Lake Worth Dade Co., rin.
Notice 1 is hereby given that the follow Ale and other Drinks. 1 YACHT BASIN, BROOKLYN.
ing-named settler has filed notice of his Also, SPECIFIC REMEDIES.Ge.\H.\X-1
Intention to make final proof in support 1 ALL ORDERS: RECEIVE PROMPT TEED TO CURE the Diseases for which
of his claim, and that said proof will be they are Recommended.IF I Particular attention given to Pleasure I FOR $3,000.ELIGIBLYLOCATED
made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk Circuit .
ATTENTION. AFTER USIXG ANY OF THEM, YOU Boat Sails of all descriptions. 50
Court, at TitusYille, Fla..on August t
Fort Pierce, Fla., II. E. No. loll, for A. M. Hamilton & Co.
tboe\r.1 of S. \V. J Sec. 10, 'I'p. 33, S. I{. PROPRIETORS, FUNDED. cure-alls different ,
E. AVe have no btt a -
TITUSVILLE, FLA. Remedy for Each Class of Di>ease-
names the following witnesses to ORANGE GROVE
prove his and 40 fur Affections of the Liver, Lungs, Heart
continuous residence upon
and Kidneys for Female Complaints; and
wtivatlon ; Wholesale Dealers in ,
of said land, viz: John Rich-
ard+J. S. Bell. II. F. Darling. James HOTEL VM) Ointments for Eczema of the, Ringworm Skin. ,
RIVER Tetter and other
Ulmsteail, all of ON INDIAN RIVER
Fort Pierce, Fla. Give them a trial and you will not be Indian River ,
Any Oysters
/ person who desires to protest
sUnst the allowance of such proof, orJJ IX FIXE THRIFTY CONDITION.
? knows of substantial .
any reason Titusville Fla.
nnder the law and regulations of the In- J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist, FISH: THREE HUNDREDS FIFTY TREES I
tciiorDe ,
artn lent shall
why such proof TITUSVILLE, FLA. 7
jjjw allowed, win be -
given an
y at the above-mentioned time opporSJJ and -:0- Green Turtle and Game. Two Hundred in Good Bearing
..flc\cross-examine the witnesses of ROUND. PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup
claimant t, and to oiler evidence in OPEN ALL THE YEAR
rebuttal Barrels $2.25. All orders will receive prompt and careful attention -
of that
submitted bv claimant. ,whether ,
by telegraph
_13. S. C. TUCKER'Register.XOTICK. -:oCapacity :-- Gauged to order, ten cents extra. I letter person. 17 WILL GUARANTEE A NET INCOME -

200 Guests.F. Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. XOTICE. FROM PRESENT CROP,

July Cth; ISS'J. J June 2Sth, 18S9 /
looeeis Hone barrels and Oval Water Breakers!
hereby J given that the following3 from 82.00 Notice is hereby given that the follow-
settler bas up.
filed notice of his intendi7 SACKETT settler has filed notice of his .
tion co make B. ing-named ADDRESS,
T final proof in support of his Tanksnnd intention to make final proof in supportof
rj ,and that said proof will be made be- P1'0 II'l clo1'. his claim and that said proof will be
A. Stewart all kinds of COOPER WORK: order. ,
ire Clerk Circuit Court, at
made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk of the
JuW .%Fla., 6n August 24th, 188. viz: This Newly-Built House,just recently T. JOIIXSOX Circuit Court at Titusville, Fla., on Au- FLORIDA. 9
SrS Jones of Titusville, Fla., II. E. receive the 22 18S9 viz A. A.
Opened, is now ready to patronage LaGrange, : : Florida. gust : Ilollinquist,
SvV0/, lots "- 3 and 4 of N. Ei of all those traveling to and from Courtney Brevard county, Fla., II. E.
S? of S' E- i of Sec 33, Tl). 34, S. Indian River. No. 13.843 for the Sec. 22, Tp. 23. R. 3G FOR SALE.
I lie is delightfully located within about EACOTT & CO. E.. W i of N. E. } and "'. 4 of S. E. 4-
prove names hie the following witness to It of the riyer. and always receives lIe names the following witnesses to A tract of land on Indian River in the
ooltlnuo residence upon and 100 his continuous residence and Brevard consisting of 88
upon of
Atlantic Ocean prove
cool county
ovation the
benefit of TITt'SVIIXE, FLA.,
gins,Titus % said land, viz: JQ. Hufit full cultivation of. said land viz: acres; it being lot No.3, and south half
vine A' Fla.; D. ". Hay,Leo' iaw breezes. of the People] of the TIN &SHEET.IRONWORKERS. R. J. LaRochp. M. S. Sams, Archie of the northeast quarter of section 35,
x,L. tlne? ,St.A-T"endry Lucie St. Lucie, :Fla.; The is Patronage solicited. McRae, Frank LaRoche, Courtney, Fla. and lot No. 3, being the.southwest quarter -
Fla. specially
111 river Any person who desires to protest of the northwest quarter of section
fi eiVm wlldesires to againstof the allowance of such proof or
ALL THE against
SERVED WITH 36 both in township 31 south, 39
Vance TABLE ,
tflr proof or who knows' who. knows of any substantial reason, of
nt.lal reason under the lawregulations MARKET AFFORDS. law of the Interior east. This is a very desirable piece
aDd A. ? under the regulations:
of And Manufacturing of Tin "Ware.g hammock soil of rich quality, suitablefor
Interior such
DepartkteiljT8ach. why proof
ttent Swimming Pool and Bath-rooms supplied fruits. Is
proof should not be al- and Sulphur Artesian GALVANIZED WORK, should not be allowed will be given an the raising of all tropical
aWm. givementioned n an opportunity at the with Salt the House free to opportunity at the above-mentioned time situated at the Narrows,nearEnos post-
t timl and place to cross- Water connected with And Repairing of all kinds and place to cross-examine the witnessesof office. Will sell cheap for cash. For
10 oS er.witn *of said claimant, and all guests. said claimant. and to offer evidence in particulars address
Ucd eriden ce in rebuttal of that sub- SPECIAL RATES: BY THE WEEK rebuttal of that submitted by claimant. E. 31. LOW ,
13.. by' claimant OR MONTH. 12tf Location: JIAIX ST., near river.52 I 11. S. TUCKER, B gister..f Sept. 3. Brockton.Mass.
S. C. TUCKER t .
Register. :
: .
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I "Hush, Vera," be said, almost In a peal at the bell that brought the ublqul- CoJI ;,
- C Jrdi.t'ui from Fan? 3. whisper glancing apprehensively to- tous Ann in hot haste. i I Indian River Steamboat KAY & BRYAX, \

ward the house. "I have been -Since Capt. Haxton Is such a friend of
doted old farm house destitute of the watchingfor j Artesian: VVen
take 1
this opportunity since yesterday. It yours you may be willing to a

bare comforts of life. I shall" instruct mj was only out of respect for your wishes message to hin.ft she said,calmly,though j ;Schedules effect-:- MAY 1:-),1. j A D

housekeeper accordingly. that 1 refrained from for with flashing eyes. "Tell him I dislike i
The cold blue eves dashed a searching asking you at STEAMER T. LUCIE, j
the door. You must know why 1 persist In.j &o intensely nothing could induce IRRIGATION COSTRACtORS

4 glance orer the young girl shrinking and in coming here" me to t,eeoine Ids wife. He made a mis- Le3TITI"-TII.LE.- C a m j II ,

cowering in the velvet depths of the big Vera put both hands to her side but takf in ivsorting to threats to accom- Arrives at Melbourne.........._....12 noon i]ji Solicit Corre>p:>ondenee.TITIT.SVILLE .

arm chair at :Mrs. WalHcgford's side. answered not a word."I pll...t: his purpose. Bid him do his worst.

: She bit her lip. There was a momenflodead love better than darling Ph- -* mf-r the whole truth is known the Returning: FLORID!.

*' silence: then she said see! you ever, my ,, t. trr.- Leaves Melbourne.....................12 noon I J
and wish to renew offer of
.. my mar-
,r Assign me to any room >..*.: |Ilit! ;t-, riage. That beast of a dog cannot now I j Ann ioor! -',i disconcerted for a mo- Arrives Titu"il1................. 6pm :
grandmother. It does not matter HOtfSp
come between us to stem the torrent of fUf-nl Such plain speaking was unexprcwtL Above daily except Sunday.STEAMER .
Then she to where ,r V.:rait.
But she nodded her head.
tender words I wouJJ into j
i. r face utterly colorless with mi.- ear"- pour your I II I smilt-d e.uisperansgly and withdrew. GEORGIAXA. ; Indian River, Florida,

err and dread He stopped ho This tins his eloquence -\tf-'n ..rd..era locked the door and Leave* Melbourne..................... -3am.

-.\rou icy Cou. in Viola'It is an" was interrupted by a more formidable eat Jllwn and cried as if her heart would Arrives at Jupiter...................... S p m i Having been Ke-Furnished. i U xow
unexj ecXed pleasure to meet you here brrsSf OPEN FOR GUESTS under
adv. r.-cs.
Vcra lifted her wild \t'hitplacein utter Another day dawned and imposture ,
Berber Falconer came suddenly roundan f ; agement of its old proprietor and
bewilderment She felt! rick and giddy; ; hail not been exposed. Of course Capt. Returning : 01rter.

there was a strange ringing in her ears. He abrupt recognized curve in Vera's the path.companion and : Ha ton's was an idle threat He dared Leaves Jupiter........................... ? a m : JAMES PI1
What did it all : That Viola had
mean stood still him in breathless !.i nut show his face again at Roselawn. Arrive at Melbourne: ...... ........... ? p m ; ,
staring at
made her mind betray Proprietor]
6udJenJy not to ,
up Uh for the moral courage to tell Mrs Tuesday-. Tfa ur-day- and Saturday
astonishment moment.: He had turned
a ,
her? But whehouJd she show
Wallicgford all! But alas! poor Vera re- ; St. Lucle. Florida.
quit pale and his breath came quickly. i b made at Titusvillewith
such unexpected forbearance? It was i meinbered having heard her grandmother &sT;
\.U11'- he uttered at last, in the deep trainof the J., T. & K. "". System 29
very she could never forgive or
Vera could) never recall what :". n"- of concentrated fury "What are bay to and from all joints North and at
't { fonJ! *ted By and by the seemed to v-r." ..!i.;'1; here, fellow .,: a How person cculd who she had confront once dtCei"edhtr. her with Jupiter with daily stage for Juno (.Stmilesj ; "FROST LINE" TOTHEFROnI !

; i Haxton was visibly discomposed.i where connection i i- made with
waken. out of dream find :
a nightmare to ; the humiliating; confession after that? landing
herself in her boudoir. i .;:sp to pay rev: respects to Miss the steamer: 4 L'1ker for all ]
own walking up "There U but left she .
one course me, I
Purcha-ed the 'Frost *
and down in a frenzy of excitement. :I.; :'n.: who ia an old friend, he said. Eobbtd. "I will home without sayingoodoy ? on Lake Worth Having line

... .- an .ir of assurance go i and feeling the necessity of
n ; keeping
"What coward I !; i4 easy
a poor pitiful am and leave letter WATSON"
1: to any one, a W. B. Saj-erintendent. j
the conned ..,Anyone with a particleof : : .'t' glanced searchingly from one for grandmother explaining everything." I: her past Good Reputation a.l Swift and

;- t.: II.T: Even his lips were white. G. D. ACKERLY, Gen. P*- Agent: j
moral courage would hare confessed Hardly had she made this decision j Great Courier. I askof the people a Coo-

e ererything the moment Viola appeared -j.-:. .I ik where**you made Miss Lyn- .' when she discovered that one of D. F. JACK General Manager. i i tinuance of their Good Favor.
x ..
'!" painiancer
the scene. Now because of
upon my ------ ---- ---
silence I in than ... .: .!timort last winter" Haxton her bra':vl!< ;.- j_1.--:..,.:-stolen. Will Make Contracts for
am worse predicament
trer. What could have been my cousin's :.. ..a ..()fjl1y. beyond a duubt blie: : distinctly remembered $500.00 Reward 1

*'"!...! to speak- the miser- laid it curcf Uily avrav Delivery of Lumber and Large
object in keeping up the deception? 0 expose having With HHt-LI.e \j prove: tLa any rtn: Jy in tii.W1d -
heart In what .' .'.-.!nxjd; but her stiffened tongue in its case the evening before. n rmother's t: world equals's CtiU and F-\er T; t-ic
J.omy naisgires me a m J f arid all rna.ar1ai
in the trtc.ti.t o: c A er
?u perform its office. treasure-one of the precious Cargoes
I reiurcrd if rot
web of my own wearing I have entangled truublc Pr.vt- ;-j CLLey ,
? ". : -rt's eyes flashed dangerously. pair that matched the pearl brooch! uw ed.
myself. .
... "Who it?' she Anywhere up or down Indian River.
.; he strode forward and seized can have aken gasped. ,
k Presently a >knock came at the door Tallalia Fla.
d' _. :!st captain by the collar. *O what a misfortune! I cannot go ee, | Be sure you see me before clo-ing coai -
Ana stood there .
Briggs grinning ma .
oho-'ChiI d Fever Tonic" needs EC
; a=
"i hound! You unscrupulous ad- without it. Poor mamma's heart wouldbe i elsewhere.
liciously."Miss pu..ll1LZ by iiretailer, it a-lvarti-ts itself where- tracts
\ .... .r these grounds instant- broken." vtroid.. VT. A. RAWLS.Saiifonl :. I

Lyndon would"like to see you in .. !"* l never show your face here again Just then one of the maids-not Ann. ;i Respectfully,
her room alone, please.
.. .. ill: for the door. :Fla.
'# Vera went gladly. Perhaps something be worse you! but another-appeared at :! J. W. ROGERS
't.1.- -:'.ing of his powerful arm, and "Will you please come to Mrs. Wal- It givts exetH-nt: *:O'l"la.ctlc.n.-\. PHILIP I ,
could be done to set matters right
'. ..' Haxton was sprawling in the Un !ord's dressing room, miss? At once! | 4 Owner.
Of course that was what the summons 1ladison. Fla.
.-t He picked himself: up muttering Something has happened.
meant excellent ti'faction. H v'ct i
Tour loci
C ',:ta'.t i under his breath, and beat a hasty Wondering at the message and thegirl's *: fives : POPE
It small furnished beard a word ct C'J: ;l.1Lt. Iu.>"I>cJJL. {j C. II. SCOTT
was a shabbily ap
r" rt. :. troubled face, Vera hastened to
elegant Wra trembled so she could scarcely comply with the request Lake City, Fla. !
suite. Viola had taken
<::'n eilk dresses from her trunks and
flung com rs* face as she stole a quick glance about the room. Viola sat in a low rock CHALKEli BRlH. K PRICE." I
them orer the chairs and on the bed. want a clean and ea up at it quite terrified her. er her CIt Ck3 flushed_ ., her eyes shining you
where they glistened in rainbow beauty. : Ocala. Fla. I As clean as barber evergave,
Shun that man as you would a leper, with an unnatural lntre.To .
Two or three jewel cases were open on Your Chill and Fever Tocic is lli2g beyoud my Just call on me at lay saloon,
said in hard cold voice. "He is
he a ,
i I the dressing table. Viola stood in the Is C'tntinwl.Adrice exj.txU.tiou. 6\.E-S ri.t.-e aitisfiction Not a single At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll .
r. not fit to stand in your presence. -- -- bottle hey br-c rr:.1rt.L. tD. DELoUi sT.
.midst of all this splendor, her thin lip cut and comb your hair with ,nee
Vera attempted to speak, but sobs to Mothers
itt curling scornfully! a vivid spot of scarlet choked her utterances. She submitted !In.W SIIiW',; vasrs '& ho":11da.hrayt: Lakeland, Fla. To suit the contour of your face;
in cither cheek. be used when children are cutting tetth. It relieves To you I'll give a good shampoo,
passively as he drew her hand within his the liwo suffererateLeeitprodncesnatural, The: neJici.e is a. tcodrllr and h" given entire -
: The of which is known to few.
I "You hare fit borrow EPH FORBB-
seen to my name .leepand the liUle cherub awake..*"bright sat>Tictci. JO>
arm and led her back to the house. She quiet ..
and identity," she said, haughtily "and I I I it a botton." It i. very pleasant to taste. .It My scis-sor's sharp, my razors keen,
could not even confess how grateful she ehfJecftensthegumsafaysallpain,
oothe the My shop i* a neat and clean,
I offer this for ways
now finery your accept- the bowe,and is tbe U-BI known remedy !
felt to him for putting an end to the unpleasant regulates .
snce. You will need it in order to keepup for diarrhoea, vr1etberarisiaz: from teething; or FuR :\LE.AT I .tad ecerythinr Fm sure you'll find,
interview. ether &uea. Twenty-Hre cent a bottle. SCKEVEV.S DRUG STORE. To suit'the tate and pieae the mind.
the character Lave assumed.
Vera's face you her filled. "I trust you will choose your friends Titu*\i iii'i =. Florida. : And now to all who patronize intend
blanched "
eyes WANTED i.Ts5Tfft;
more carefully in future were his parting 10,000 AGENTS t i Just come along and bring your Mends,
Suddenly with a burst of hysterical words, as he left her at the titter. ONLY AUTHENTIC. Complete & Graphic And I azure Toll I will try

sobs. she flung herself at her cousin'sfeet. Vera gained her own room. and flung HISTORY OF THE JOHNSTOWN FLOOD. 893 Sewla at.-ce_U.'ail1REH i i iTo i My vcrv best uatisfv.. may?

herself prone the floor. I I trade ua !+
upon ,trofUAt''d witi- Yie-"u of all orts p.&Oar .
"0 forgive-forgive meP she pleaded. "I wish I were dead she sobbed deEpairingly. j. connected with thr Terr.We spurs of tUe MiLtyInnndntion. t r-oocIWMn tIte peoyk athem .and we NOTICE.
+t "It was to deceive I I 12 11".. K'.J w Price. tJ.5ft. ,wt wm Mod free to eapcnoa .
very wrong grandmother :i ) 1 believe he thinks 1 really p }: u Mck loea: ijAbc vaj-
but I meant harm It. I LIB ]UL TP'.RTHOI.t'PC WOT IT DEMANDis bed jtwiBC-maftm* mad, isthe In Gstnty Court Om'y, Flarvk.
no by
; care for that wretch! 0 this is the bitterest IMMENSE.: Spud quickly 30cnU for Outfit to world wit*all tk. attackaemts. "
only wanted to teach her to love for We will..tend free tonspltt C. D. Pan le )
me I blow of all Capt. Haxton knows J, W. KEELER k CO. 523: Chestnut St., Phi]*., P*. 1m.of oar costly sad vahubicartpica. '-'
myself. You know how unjust her strong i j of the deception and something tells me I !.retcrm.ak tbas tog.bow vs. >Assunij>e>it-Damages :
I what wt .... to UOM who G. J. Hanlee. J
prejudices make her! The imposturewas he will take advantage of it." PARKER'S may caU at you kon..aAd aftermonth. 3 It from the affidavit of James
*all thai brom year ow
a sudden thought-I never expected She was right, though the next two or HAIR BALSAM I pcopCTTT. This jrrud Buckia ia T. Sanders, attorney for plaintiff in tie
Cleanses and beautifies the hair. code after the Sincer p.t.."
it like this.
to keep up three days went by uneventfully.Under Promotes a luxuriant growth. wluda bar raa oat: before pctrati above entitled cause, that the defendant
And ho briefly related the manner io happier circumstances she would Never Fails to Bettor Gray __ ran."uebmeats.CMU ft told for gad S1 sow S.sells wick tk for. therein named k a nou-r ident of the State

which it had all rome about. Viola lis- | Hair ot'ts Youthful Color. -0.Belt.Itroarat.1DOd ue- of Florida and that his is no-
have been amused at Mrs. Wallingford's Pre enta D&ndra3 and hair failing f F 'Atlmacfca. n tJte world. All U residence
: .,' ; tened attentively, a cold blaze of scorn : supercilious treatment of Viola under i t A_ Me.and 11.00 at thaR Ma, o capital teq>tired. Praia., known, and that he is over 21 years of age.
nut.UbOlU loovt wine to mj at coca
f.tta. -
in her beautiful blue) eyes. t '; the impression that she was the obnoxious ran free tb. b.*t .ewm -oacDi.e a the world and Ute Upon motion of complainant it H ordered

1 "Of course, it was a strong tempta- country girl Nothing Viola said or TB nttii3 u E ofwerkiofbirkartrrcr a; CO., 740.- ow A.ufu toctUeria t*, Maine Aawrica.liix *. that the said defendant. (.. J. H***

taro," she said her voice sounding did found favor in the bigoted old lady's dee, do plead, answer or demur to complainant's -
strangely; harsh and pitiless. "Don't j sight But Vera carried too heavy a I declaration herein filed on or before -

} think I blame you for yielding to it. My heart under the surplice folds of her I I Patterson Mineral Springs. declaration the first will Monday be taken inugu..t as confessed next orsaid; provided

wardrobe is at your service. As I have muslin bodice to enjoy the ludicrous side Resulting from the Errors of Youth, Folly,' c-c.Ignorance that publication of this order be

,c1 no objections to changing identities for i of the little subterfuge. ,Ac,may be cure :t home without fail rerpolUle. made once a week for four consecurire
Infallible and Confidential. Lar.-e
t' the present we will keep our secret and : The marked deference with which I II Treatise,300 paces,only fl by mailee.:.ledpoetpaid.! > Buildings Enlarged. weeks in the FLORIDA STAR, a newspaper

t let tho farce go on." I Herbert treated her cousin did not help Small book, with endorsement*of the press, free. published in the city of Titusville) in slid
Send Address the Peabody Medical Institute, ,
now. i
t Vera utter a shrill little cry. | to lighten her spirits. He rode and :j cr Dr. W.H.Parker, yo.4 Bausch St.Boatoniaw. +, :0'harge :- circuit.

.' ,f "But I do not wish it to go on! Nothing walked with her, they sang duets together i' (, Li-f f any Firet-Cia* Sin .priIl9..T Done and ordered bv- me this 2nd day of

could induce me to wear anything of i and seemed on the most friendly i' The only HINDERCORNS.pire Core for Corru. Steps all pidn. Three I I thf S lnttt. July A. D. 1889.

!,# jours. Oh Viola, let us go down to the terms but the young; man had seldom a !I: ooiaJorttoth feet.l5c... Dnijririu. Uracox&Co.S.Y.CONSUMPTIVE. i iI I A. A. STEWART,

w '' Parlor this minute and make a clean word for Vera. I Clerk County Court Brevard Co., Fla.
pleasant E In Foil View BineMountains Ri
I poor {the 1 e 11
breast of it." YOU'flay. ;I oft James T. Sanders, PlaintilTs AU'!.
"I see how it is all going to end, she | :TOI',vmsrb.hronchiti Xhm LatJipetUon! tae _
I Viola thrust too kneeling girl rudely "The truth will PA R K E c.'S O I N C E R TONIC. IU.ucurOO .
pondered miserably.
J fhvn>r l tsan'litbeUtreiueayfor all ills art in? I Notice of Attachment.
r from her. I come out, Mr. Falconer will marry Viola, i, from t ectire DIltr1 Oa. Take ia tune :.Occ. and $LOa 1

Hush, you foolish child. Since you and I must go buck to poor mamma with II :i Four Miles south of Shelby, N. C.. on In County Court Lrevard County owl
I Charleston Cincinnati & Chicago Rail-
have invoked me in this deception it be- grandmother ;: State
more violently prejudiced f Florida.
I road. Patterson -ration,one-half mile of
comes my pririlego to decide what shall than ever Oh, I wish I hadn't come!" HIRES Spring C. D. ran le ) As ump it.

be done. I shall rather enjoy masquerading : She shrewdly suspected Viola's motive vs. \

+L i as the penniless country girL It I in keeping her secret, and that made her !' TO THE AFFLICTED. G. J. Hardee. J Damages-S225.

+ I will bo a new experience t"e me an i more unhappy than anything else. u. HIRES'IMPRmm UC Physician contained in theme tell you Water that the Ingredients in their- To G. J. flardfe: .
opportunity to learn who values me for I One morning, half a dozen words she effect Aperient, Diuretic, Tonic and Alterative You are hereby notified that a writ oi
i : my real self. I forbid you to make any : overheard while Bussing the open door : P. ROOT BEER! making Nature's Remedy for attachment has been issued against you

E .R disclosure without my permission. Will : of the music room where Viola sat at ,, Indigestion D:-pep ia, Disea-e of the and your property attached to satisij

a you accept the loan of the silks and jewels I the piano with Herbert standing close IN UCUiO NOBOILINC EASILY MADE Kidney> Liver. Bladder, and all ca-e of the demands of C. D. Pangle in the SOlD
T US PACKAGE MAKES FIVE GALLON of $225 (two hundred and twenty..t1r8dollars
?" ; 1 Debility
i beside her chair caused her to pause involuntarily and Weak Constitution which
). Now unless shall appe
"!\o, neverr4As : j /lG4AQCt'i1YE G lL4'Yl I j need a Stimulant, and in Rheumatic and yon flied
demur declaration
,f plead or to
you please," with a shrug of her I "1 am afraid my cousin is a deceitful, Jtr/jAND j, Scrofulous Affections.j ) therein in the office of the Clerk of the

dainty shoulders. "I am not sure but designing creature." It was Viola's soft. j THE PUBLIC. County Court of Brevard county FBA

thD rold of sweet simplicity suits you I silvery sweet voice. "One of the maids !I We are -o situated-owing to the Springs on or before the first Monday In Auld'the

best. Now tho imposture has been be- I tells me she is in the habit of meeting a 1t001' with Farm attached, from which we get same being the 5th day thereof, !

gun I am resolved to keep it up, how- i lover, a low, disreputable fellow, secretly ., our supplies -doing a great part of the ne- the year of our Lord 1SS9,judgment vw

Y, ever." ( I in the grounds. And 1 might make :' -, cesssary work during the season the Springs ., be rendered against you and your prop
: | are open, we cnn favor our Patron with erty will be sold to satisfy said Sheriff-
still ''iBEER
Vera wept and pleaded but more damaging disclosures concern- :
begged the Best Mineral Water, the Most Wholesome JAMES E. BOWMAN,
T'. Viola remained form declaring wishes I' ing her-only the time has not come.i I Food :>n.l First-Class Accommodation James Sanders, Plaintiff's Atty.. 11

should! be respected.! She had a reason when I feel free to tell all I have found !t The most APPETIZING and WHOLESO3CITZitPSRANCE j ;at the following extremely Low Prices: -

c' for this course. Under her haughty out" 1!1,! DRINK In the world. TRY Tr. PEK D'T |HAS

t coldness of demeanor lurked a vein of Vera did not linger to hear the re- j I .* Ask your Druggist or Grocer for it. II III When" Two OLe Prrn Person occupies o:<.ci'T room room,, -. .. 3 1 1 50 25 "g&| fir,. e.

romance. She thought it would bo so spouse. One disparaging word from his j I YES WEEL 'I'JNT3! TD BED aIYTMER

delightful to win Herbert Falconer's lore I lips would. fall like a blow upon her i;I C. E HIRES, PHILADELPHIA. .:' When to Oue Two Person occapie rm., .. $S 5O .FAILHG S rER H.G.CTa .
I' cr more occupy room j 00 lcu
+ in an assumed character then startle heart. 29 I 'fiE rnr tlE
; I j PEl 5TOSTE-( *!*) o,
him by the declaration that it was the That same afternoon Ann brought her ,, When One Person: occupies room, |28 00f w KMJlllttlT0
t! -k Two or more occupy room, 25 00 1 3 E1kEDV ,
sealed letter. It from
heiress, not the poor country girl to I a was Capt. Children 8 to 12 year'olJ hat! price; 2 to 6 years F

whosa heart he had been laying siege. I ton, making an appointment to meet T.utt9s Pill.slI old one fourth price. Servants.reciai rates in accordance (DAYS.] .

The day wore slowly on. Too miserable him in a public square half a mile" away. .i i family or to person service they rendered are wi' caring for room of Dixox & GRAY Wholesale Agents.
s ,
r : to remain quietly in her own room, "Do not think to escape me, the letter Where there are a family of five or more, or a
said. "I love you so well I am resolved party of friends from the fame town or section,
the in the
or join group parlor, Vera who will NOTICE.All .
room reduction
FOR TORP.O LIVER. occupy one large a of ten
I glided like a shadow down the stairs and i i j to make you my wife in spite of all op-I I I per cent. will be made. concerned will noty tlYe
position. What else can do after :! CASE OF STOCK.-Horses, per day fifty cents persons
: into the grounds just as twilight was you A torpid 1 her el a:auger the whole system ; notice that six month after dale, I
week threedollars; per month, ten dollars.
1 and : per
El deepening Into night She had only been | involving yourself in such a predica- producesSick AMUSEMENTS AND BECRE.\nos. present to Hon. :Minor S. Jones, Count)

} there a few minute s; walking restlesslyup !I meat? It you fail to be at the place Headache i iI Bowling Alley Lawn Tennis Croquet Foot-Ball Judge of Brevard county, Florida m1

and down, with the ruffled hair i j designated I shall deem it my duty to I and In-door Games of all kinds. final vouchers as administrator, with the r
Costiveness TEAM: One Horse and When two will
Rheu- Buggr.
proceed at once to Roselawn and make :Dyspepsia will annexed of Thomas New late
pushed back' from her hot forehead contract to use it QftJy for one or more hour each s
when man, suddenly confronted her I, Mrs. Wallingford acquainted with certain matism Sallow Skin and Piles. day. fifteen cents pe? hoar for each person. said Brevard county deceased, and letttrt tat *
Address: the for
time I will
'1 facts of which she is now ignorant. apply
starting up from beside the path. There is no better for these
remedy W. G. PATTERSON dismissory from such adm ulstratl0u.
"Capt Haxtonr she cried inrolundrily I Vera read the letter twice over SheI common diseases than Tatt'a Liver This
had first red then Pills, as a trial trill Price,2:;a 15. 1889.31. ,
and stopped short, as if turned to I grown pale. Suddenly prove. SHELBY P.O., OR SWAXG P. O., \' McCRACKES,

.ice. '-'.;.''' :I her:,resolve was. token. She_ _rang a sharp :i Sold Everywhere. Cleveland County, X. C. 10-2m 4S-G Do. Aduiluistrator, etc.

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= I

s. H. RAY .
or Marvels of the Universe;a graphic description ot
the wonderful things in Nature;thrilling adTtcture
on Land and Sea-renowned discoveries of great es-
L and sSuccessor Jacksonville, Fla. plorers. Published In English and German. W2 parea
to opening making
Prfparatory up S2Y illustrations. A GREAT BOOK TO BELL IUu<-
and Varied trated circulars and extra terms to agents PUSS.FORSIIEC .
room for my Extensive to J. C. Non-food and Co., 4&:: MC31AIO-V: Cincinnati.; O.

Knabe Piano Weber Pianos, Haines

Bros. Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox & rPERFECT

TITUSVILLE, FLA.Cen'l White Organs and Chicago CottageOr COFFEE MAKER.
StockI / A new Invention for mating
Spring cans. II Coffee and Tea,better than any-
I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest thing Coffee now and in can use be;used tares with?V of any the

station High GradePIANOS Coffee or Tea Pot. Sample will be
sent by mall for twenty cents in
stamps. Agents Wanted to
send for fall particulars of this
and other fast selling articles.
bare Inaugurated a
-J Forshee&McMaklnCncinnatlaSoliil :

GB.AND ss: Gold gated:
MerchandiseSTORE. %.t Sold lor JB 1 OO.unit!UtelrB ,
,7 *tt$\S waicft In rite wor.U 1 f
g ,
tracer nmexeeyer 11'ar-
I anted. IIcavT
CLEARANCESALE or. I J UuaUiiptue aflJSenia'ItiawitLwor.aau *.Wo ijdie.'

/ t cues of equ1 rxlae.
can secure(ve free,
.7 toib with car large end val.
ORGANSl'OH ___,.i name line of IIoaM holt. !
Samples. Thest * .a..
well as the watch wr ten 1
Free,and after TOU dire kept
them in TORvnp for 3 month aid shown tbrru u. those
who may bs-e ..led,they become your own prcpeitr Tt>o s
Kr LtS: :"MONEY than any other house in the who write at once. can be sure of.rice.. -in? the Watch.
and Sample W* all heieht.ete. Ad 1msStinaon
I propose to keepFirstClass United MM*. I tI IiI>|iipa Piano or Organ to .fc Co.. Box pay <$\i,Portland,Maine.
|o- atisfartoij. 1 ni.1 pay freight both ways $25
cash and it'a i iontlion a Piano, and$10 cash and
A Stock $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much
more (tau. ordinary rent. On these very liberal
terms at,'ntte ron own a instrument. Send for
; FUEL C. '.\LOHUE containing full information.
WINTERDRESS I Sheet Vtiaic Strings,Violins, Banjos, Guitars, Ac-
-OFGROCERIES- cordeonf, Bud in fact, every ::\lullcaIInstrumpnt
that is!made,and at very lowpnces. Send for complete .
NEAT AND PROMPT.ron Catalogue I have 20000 pieces of Choice
Music at 10 ceuts'per copy.

A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5

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: : NOTIONS,f PURE COD LIVER OIL L. B. s.> r'g liD i



disguised that it can be taken, SALE
digested, and assimilated by the most. .

ETC., AT COST. sensitive cannot be stomach tolerated, when; and the by plain the com oil June J I to t A ug. i,
bination of the oil with the njrpopho r
phites II much more efficacious.

Remarkable as a flesh producer $25,0001 I

I Hake Reductions on Many Persons gain rapidly virile taking It. .
of'l-1unos S; O:":ttUt1
AOTE-IIC1LIS, BCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged by from best makers to *- :-:;"ett I
Other Lines .A.TS Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation out regardless of cost*:-r'--'*tf. '
in the world for the relief and cure of; Stock too large. Mrstcryrrtinto I

IIIL.L-IIE4DS, CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA cash Installment- assets. I

An know I can Save You Money on GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING Some,entirely 1'il'.YT '-

Purchases.MY CLOTHING COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS. Some Nearly New:s?I i few

1 STATEMENTS, The great remedy for Cbnsumpticm, and months only.
Wasting in Children. Sold (y oil.Druggiitt Some,used a year')r*r.- orr.e,
used two to three yctr'

STOCK OF Some,fine Second Hn. I j h
CIRCULARS "-t a'cn:
If any dealer gays he has the W.L.Doa Ia In I
4. Shoes without name and price stamped 01 exchange and made new' :a I
J.\TE"VV' Gent's Furnishing Goods the bottom, put him down as a fraud. ourrepalrFactory. E.e.i.l.1psIRestrung.
Restore H T,"ie
FOLDERS, and Action, and made good tor
yearn of servIce.llAUGAINS. I

Your OWN TJIEilVery : :;::13' 5t.
light Monthly PH.--,
or Small Cash Payment nnd brJance i
0I. PROGRAMMES, when you ,?t :.;adr: i

LADIES' Give yon all the time ,r rtpC
nid HATS but SPOT CASH will 1"m
I money. TRY US ON. 'V's will
RIBBONS, DODGERS, meet you every riae.PIANOS. ,

( iJ '" I
be FEATHERS, Ship Chandlery Goods.These ,
reid -
Have Commenced to Arrive. These .

will be added to constantly. Also, BUSINESS CARDS, \\ '. {..:..;.:.sw ...w.... $50, $75, SI 00, $150.ORGANS.


VISITIXG CARDS, I will be he main features of my $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.FOR $24, $35, $59, 57S.

ofKf Most Beautiful Line of all Embroidered business, but orders sent me for anything Rest in the world. Examine his

kept in any tore in Titus- 85.00 GENUINE IiANDTSEIVED SHOE.
ville will be promptly filled. 83.50 POLICE AND FABHIEllS' SHOE.
AU made In Congress, Button and Lace.
And all over SEND YOUR ORDERSTO Chickens W. L DOUGLASS3 SUKSE3ER 1889.

Will buy Fruits, Eggs, '

THEELOKIDA- Or any Country Produce my customersor Best Material. Best Style. Best Fitting GA.
In White and Black It not sold by: your dealer, write
of ,
N friend may bring W. J.. DOUGLAS. BBOCKTON, MASS
]>a Ladies' to market.I Examine W. L. Shoes for
Silk'Mitts, Gloves, Etc. Dougla$2
flrOB STAR Gentlemen.

re A large line of Corsets from 50 centsto FOR SALE BY

$5.00 each.Gentlemen's.
ask for a share of the public patronage -
JOB PRINTING OFFICE, and come as a supplicant, not a ,

die tator, asking for your favors.If Melbourne, Fla. ':V-:5: : ...nrrI ,,:. : : ,. .. __-- .,
Laundried and Unlaun-
courteous treatment,good I
z.III dried Shirts. goods aud low figures is I I

IIId. The most Varied Line of Gentlemen's the public candidate favor for, I CUREFITS

Straw Hats, bought cheap and ,Marked then I'm Pianos & OrgansIf

Low Down. elected..tgellt ,
I \ .

711L for Chattanooga Plow Co., !

My Chilled Plows antI SugarCane

Mills. you rant to purchase a

STOCK OF GROCERIESWas I When I say CURE I do n)t mean merely to
. Piano or Organ, write to the undersigned -!. stop them fur a time and then have them re
..' turn again. I MEAN A KAD1CAL CUKE.
I have made the disease oi
never more complete.I or give him a call. t

I o myself on the Superior Butter, Can sell you any of the in-

Coffee, Teas Cracters Etc. I FALLING SICKNESS
am enabled -
struments of the best and leading
A llfe long study. \TAREAXT my remedy to
offer the trade. CURE the worst cases. Because others have
makers at prices that defy failed is no reason for not now receiving a care
I keep in Stock Plant's Flour-none Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLE
better. of my INFALLIBLE REMEDT. Give Express
iU'I : 1 competition. and Post Office. It costs yon nothing for a
trial, and it will core you. Address
Grits and Meal arriving every week, H.C.ROOT,MaC., 183 Post ST..NEW YC2KXotlce. :
E insuring it Fresh and Sweet. N.

ofit Large Stock : (.'tt Pianos and Organs sold on tie Installment
of Hay and Grain at all "
> times.Most. -" '-" .. -.........< .

r* '"' .. plan when desired, Discount AH concerned will take notice that six .
{'\.J..:;:'' .:.L. 3... months after date will final
,close present my
living, made all
goods m this lire e. prices on t. ; 1 1 to CMes on Organs. account Judge to of Honorable Erevard county Minor S., Florida Jones,County and-

ray for an order dismissing me from the
-. All receive
g.i i prompt
execution of the last will and testament of

G O. o : attention. Phineas D. Wesson, late of said county,
BV deceased.
U ; TrrusviuE, FLA. .S. ::8:. B.a R ,V. Tltusville, Florida. 50-6mo. .Administratrix., ,



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: -The logs for the beacon lights are .I
LACONIC being hauled daily to the river from the 19 Taiits of'J.

Had a beautiful girl, but they loucester; !! adjoining pine wood. They are all about

She And fell never from the yacht spacht, j t.thirty feet in length, with a diameter of JS WATSON & GO Clothing Clothing Clothing 1j !

Could be found where the cold U"3.had'I i: not less than twelve inches .

) tf toucester. j' -Ja*. T. Sanders, Esq.. has secured
= An old lady living in Worcester the office adjoining Dixon & Gray's drug j
t' Had a gift of a handsome young rorcester,, ; FORWARDINGAND '
: store for his law office. Yesterday. "
I Ai .The B
But the way that it crougb, ; ar.
$t; As 'tW'oullne\"er get through I i Knox erected a neat sin for him, and '

Was more than the lady was uorcester. '! he is now ready for a rush of business.Messr. !
I i
At the bar, in the old inn at Leicester, : *. Oliver & Budge have kept COMMISSIONMERCHANTS
\Wn a beautiful barmaid named Heice;ter: I the Frost Line and Manatee busily engaged : MORE CLOTHING, CHEAPER CLOTHING
+ t She gave to each guest
J t Only what was the bcest, I for the past week or two delivering -

i Ant they all, with one accord,bleicester.Vatin lumber on order received down the .
-\ ;!->;Ti Critic river. Business is booming with them.J. :!

.i \ -MSss Katie Hamilton, of City Point, A. Dur?t. of Crescent City. the f

J, is in town to-day. pioneer well-sinker]! of the State of Florida 1 any other house on Indian Rive just received at the Bazjj

S .,.J 1 -Tar: :1-eg=o: Sander i in town for : i* now operating at Lake Worth, Fla., TITUSVILLE FLORIDA ; ,
; in addition extensive STOCK OF
; ; a few day this! week. where all communications may be ad- ., i, to our already DRY GOODS

; -Nice cheese and butter just received I dre-s-ed and information be obtained NOTIONS. Etc., Etc.
1" at umph'-. f -Capt. Wilson, of Canaveral,gave our _'!
f; '; -Dr. XI. B. ,lams. of Courtney, wa in I once a call last week and renewed his 1 WE WANT CHEAPER. THAN EVER BEFORE.Tttrssor .

.\ j. ;, town Monday afternoon' It subscription to the ,.T\t:. His name wa*. i|

ry hi- billiard among the first subscribers the 5T.1P. received -: i I cfe
-Mr. F.: A. Lo-ley has closed | THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE.\
s saloon ince last Friday. I when the publication wafirt' !!
commenced. '
', i -Mr. A. G. LaGow and wife, of St.Lucie WE WANT

i4( were in town thi- week.JudgeM. j j 1I I -Mr. J. E. Ender }has completed hisrich ;i r You to be sure to Come and See Us BARGAINS : BARGAINS i !
I I house and hamoved in. He conI I
S.Jone*ba*been on a visit I ,' When you come to town.
1 j' sider: a location on the river much I i irE
to St.:: .\u u-tine the past week.Mr. 'I j!
mere preferable to that back from the'!' \ WAXT I
1 D. L. Gaulden returned frum { ri\"erthree four block-. "N) doe almost J l To Talk to You. Goods at Lower Prices than Ever

,r his trip to Georgia last Thursday. I everyone, tw.We '' I ,

-Mr. Simpson Grant, of Indianola, : WE WANT
call attention the advertiement
to'Jk:1 trip to Jacksonville yesterday. I of J. S. Watson & to Co. this week. It- j(I To Work With You. Now is the Time to) Buy.We .

-For pineapple slip*. apply to Captain i i f is so attractively worded that those whose|

Zellercbooner Manatee. Titusville.For I attention i is directed to it will >urelyj I j, WE WANT sellhitc: shirts from 3-jc ti> SI.00 each: Ladies Ruffling, 7c

dwarf Cavendish: banana plants read it through. The firm certainly-;! To Post You on the Market to ISc per yard;each; : ; .
Handkerchief, 3o to 12c each pins:, Ic needle 2c pencils 3c
i : ; ? : to
addrctv: s Mr. W. A. Baush Melbourne, ; serve to meet with success in their line. oq; 4
I j WE WANTTo pen point for or-; Dust pan< best, IGc: Lamp chimney, 4c and oc
t Fia. 4. I -Owing to illness of Archdeacon Car- each and many other articles: at astonishingly low price:
I Ship For You and Set; to Your ShipI -
-Fertilizer*-a large supply Call or I penter he will not be able to visit Indian

ii write at once. Geo. B. Ruinph, Titusville. River as promised this month, but as I I ment- here. COME AND SEE US.

soon as convalescent he will start for his j I Ij WE WANT t

4 -Capt. W. B. Watson returned from summer trip to Detroit, Mich. He will To either Buy or Handle most of the We Charge Nothing for Showing Goods I It

t ;. his trip to Jacksonville and New York return to Florida about the ht of Oc- Fruit and Produce of this sectionof 1

$ la'l Friday. tober. the We have gone into the business:, not for a few weeks or months t
tt l country.
t. -Mr. J. C. Norwood and wife. of City -Quite an interesting baseball game only. but :
Point, are spending :t' few day* a: the was played Monday afternoon on the lot WANT J

: : ,1 county eat. in front of the Grand View Hotel. There You to Know, if we cannot Buy Your And we trust by fair dealing to merit the confidence and patronage of 1 1r
t Captain Bravo was among the returning will be a meeting at the Town Council Product "We Can Ship it for You.WE the public. m

; passengers to Indian River Monday room this evening at 8 o'clock for the Respectfully. CiI

'r evening.Peaches. purposejof organizing a baseball club and WANT I
S. .A.. BELCHER: & CO.
{' pear, melons l etc. Arranged asaoclation. You to help us to make Titusville a

for weekly supply. Geo. B. -The n1P.a.latnchhirinkr.. can be I. istrib ting point for the Products t

Rumph. Titusville. hired, at one hour's notice, to take ... of the river, and sell our Olyd S-t e t'J: ship Co. t..

-M/ney Money Jlvuey to parties to all points on Indian River. t I .1 f 'Products here. New York, Charleston & Florida Lines. c

Joan on real estate. Apply W Robbins Seating capacity from 1C to 20. For ""EXT E1o

terms apply on board the launch
fi Graham, Titusville. atWager'a
In fact and do it
i' to save you money, can
Mr. D. F. Jack of wharf, or address W. P. Under n
general manager if you will help us.
the J. T. & K. W. system, is expected to wood, box 0, Titusyille, Fla. 12

r visit Titusville within a few days.Oyter -The new residence of Rev Sidney WE WANT ,I IIII t!

I ': shell lime of A 1 quality is Wilbur, in south Titusville, begins to You to know we are head-quarters for ., rI]
show how it will 1 I t
offered for sale by J. Watson of El appear when completed. Vegetables, Crates, etc. t ale
The Mansard roof is the first in this section
Dora. Price furnished on application. eJgt
and presents a striking contrast to WE WANTTo
-Captain Paddhon and wife were on a Ii:
i the prevalent style. The house seems to Sell you your Orange Boxes and
,s t I d,, \S-it to Jacksonville and St. Augustine have been designed for thorough ventilation Orange Wraps, and will do it if you The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows :: tr
the week and returned )
past Ior.daye'ening. (Standard Time.)
t as well as beauty. will .
come to see us.WE

j I ,- -Mr. G. E. Muriel representingthe -The editor of the STAR is in receiptof From Jacksonville to New York. ,!! From Fernandina to New York. teu
I"a a card announcing the marriage of WANT CHEROKEE. Thuflua,.. July t, at 8.00 a mat ala
t t wholesale house of John Clark of .. 1 .
'YDfASSEE.onday, 11 3u call jrtoa.Tne daj, July 2i
i. ru'
: a.
i f; Jackf'On'ilIe"a.i in town a couple of Mr. Walter Goodyear to Mrs. Frances You to know that we are Agents for the SEMINOLE.IROQUOIS.., .. Thur-dar, .... II. at ::W p, m I' SFJII. OLE, -.. Friday. i aU-
Brown Sherwood at Cazenovia Ocala Rock Lime and will furnishit Sunday.: 14. at 5.CO: a. m 'inOQUOIS.: .. Tuesday, atl- a
X. Y. ,
d days the first of the week. CHEROKEE Tburwljy, at 9:00 a. m ; CHEROKEE, Friday, M 1!at7P>tSEMLNOLE
> on Wednesday, the 10th inst. The STAR low down. Sunday at 11:00 a. m''iSEMrXOLE, ".. -. Towdar, U*,:**
-Mr.I II. L. Ray, of Quincy, Fla.. who IROQtOIThnr.isy. "' at 2.(>0p. m IROQUOJS, Friday 19 aU-
1 r congratulates them heartily and wishes YEMS>EE, Sunday :y. at 4:00y. I jYEMASSEE. TUeaday. 23aU- Heni
,, Yf t has been at Titusville about a week on a them much WE WANT CHEROKEE, Thnrnday Ang. 1. at 7.Oam '' CHEROKEE, Fndays at ilsSEl1INULE .
prosperity and happiness, : iSEMINOLE. S
30 t l
Sunday 4 at 10:01.1 a. m : Tnefday
visit to his brother, S. II Ray, I left for i
and hopes soon to see them on Indian You to know that we burn our own
.. his home yesterday fr
River again. Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to

a r j s -Mr.chermancing etun has recovered -The colored people of the Baptist can give you bottom prices. J. A. LESLIE. Supt. Jacksonville; T. G. EGR Traffic 'fat.alter, 3i Broadway,Jfew York: paSr.
1 4r' from his late illness sufficiently to walk J. A STEAD Aeent Fernandiua.
persuasion held a JOHN L. HOWARD.. T. F. A., JacksouTille. .
public baptism in the F. 31. IRONMONGER. T. P. A.. JackfGl11il1e.VJI. :
around a little, but his appearance shows river WE WANT \ : I>>. CLYDE & CO..!"', 12 smith "'hal'TPJ. Philadelphia ; 3. DoW'* thE
Sunday morning about 11 o'clockat
ling: Green, New York. ,
that he 1m had of sickness. :
a siege
You know that handle Cement
the river bank, near the north line of to we -
:; t -Mr. Lewis Powe and daughter, and Delespine Grant. Great was the and Plaster Hair. pI
singingand GEORGE M. ROBBINS
t Mi s Cummings, of Rockledge, were jubilating before and after the im Attv.-at-Law. attc-st. -Law. 3Pl.
;r. registered at the Grand View, FridayThey mersion. The event '\'IVAXT
was kept quite quiet, ROBBINS: d3 GRAA
left for the north next morning for had it been known beforehand they To impress upon your minds that we ,

f -Mr. Geo. M. Robbins was busily en would have had a large audience. represent LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE r

gaged, Saturday afternoon, surveying a -The schooner Manatee be Thompson & Edwards blm
can chartered
piece of land in Turnbull hammock preparatory for of Chicago, Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,
carrying freight for :
i ; to putting out trips The largest manufacturers of Fertilizers
an orange grove.Mr. anywhere on the coast. Freight rates P. O. Box, 25O, :b.
A. J. Mitchell is in of the in the west, and keep constantlyon
charge always reasonable. Her TITUSVILLE BREVARD CO. FLORIDA. oujoi
captain makesa ,
r. .f hand the following brands of their ,
U. S. Service offices
Signal at Indian
1 specialty of capturing the manatee or Goods : 4.. .
River Hotel during the absence of Mr. sea-cow. native only] to the waters ofSouth We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are .'OlegenLi for a large llitof an
;; p II. 11. Hersey, who is on his wedding Florida. Further World of Good, for Orange Trees. carefully. elected Properties i in all parts of Brevard (bounty. britu.
tour. particulars furnished World of Good for Truckers. RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of :and Pro-
f by J. W. Zellers, Titusville, Fla. perty on Indian River.
fine Ground Bone. .
-Quite a number take advantage of -Mr. Pure Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business .i .
Grotjan Ronald
had are unequ
quite an Blood Bone and Potash. o'al1.j
the bathing pool at Indian River Hotel. every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers:
{experience with a snake called a rattle- Chicago Bone Meal. favor with their .
; It i is open from 8 a. m. till 12 noon for. may patronage. ,
( x and I snake pilot one day last weekHe had Dissolved Bone. Xo Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. .
ladies from 3 until
: 9 m. for te,
p. of Special attention given to Colonies and if.
seen one this variety a short time be- Syndicates desiring large bodies of *
gentlemen. priced land Write for his
fore and upon examining the fangs foundit WE WANT Descriptive Pamphlet. _
1 Teat, tea*, and fresh-roasted coffee*. for
was not
venomous. He
Just received,a choice assortment of teas see one near the road on the happened day above to Sulphate You of to Potash.know we keep on hand GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM Secretarf.23z Oe

y i t for summer drinking. Ice tea cannot be stated, and catching the snake with his Land Plaster, TT trc3L -abstract;: of Title Clod left

I, r beat. Invigorating and refreshing. Geo. fingers by the tail commenced swinging Canada H. W. Ashes, Incorporated A. D. 1889.CAPIT.LL .. 1VT

.. B. Rumph. it around like a cow.boyvhen he cracks Tobacco Stems and STOCK, $5,000 ; FULLY PAID; SOS-\SSESs.\nL&
-Mr. J[. A. O'Byrne, a Savannah awhip. Before bechanced to : Charges for Abstracts as follows $3.00 for etch :
_ I give the Cotton Seed Meal. Opening Number and 50c. for /
f lawyer, registered at Indian River Hotel snake a "crack" to kill him, the reptile, dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, vit vi* Pat
I Thursday last. He here for the first additional and 50c. for each as 1 1ing
= ; came to do business -I in someway, succeeded in coiling aroundhis WE WANT succeeding transfer.

with Mr. Geo. 31. Robbins in the arm and bit him"elal times in the You to Give Us a Trial on something. Taxes Paid lor Xon-Residcnts. "

} ( Garviu land case. wrist. He did not realize he was bitten, J6Sf For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry1: abl

f -The Baptists of Titusville have organized though, until he had disengaged the WE WANT .annoyance_ale. incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against :; b1 13 T 411'81101,

> ,r with a membership of about snake, as the blood from the snake's To merit your patronage by fair and Box 23O, Titusville, Fla. ., _of< Pry
twenty enrolled. Services will be held mouth nearly covered his wrist. At this honest dealings, and we mean business. the

; : by Rev. S. F. Cove at the school house time he noticed that the fangs of the t5E'EicIA.I, OFFER can

'f{ until further notice. snake had even drawn blood, but his previous TRY US.Respectfully. New Varieties Peaches and Plums, $10.OO per 1 ;: t1rtw

-Theladiesof thePresbyterian Church examination of the rattlesnake pi- AU orders
before June '
z -:o:- wi15bedAI!! > fall Delivery at above price for any of :t and
will endeavor to hold their next bimonthly lot quieted his fears as to any danger of following varieties: Early and Late, Arlington, Bidwelfr Improved p ,.:

festival in the little portable poisonous bites. He says that it was less Honey and Peento Peaches; Kelsey, Satsuma, Ogan and other Japanese Plums, b .
than the on Peach or Plum stock as preferred; trees three to four feet high. Terms, 10 pet_odt
houses, adjoining Robbins & Graham's painful scratch of a house cat. with order balance before
: shipment. B st bright ton-
Cotton Seed )letlJ.OO per
office, on ""Washington avenue. For continuation of Locals see first page. J. S. WATSON & CO. JOHN B. BEACH, Indian Hirer Nurseries, Melbourne> F1a.'' ,

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