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 24, 1889


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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Local Happenings: -Miss Katie Hamilton is assistingTax Cocoa. the Peck House in Cocoa. Mr. Kennedyhas l\lr. Ely had a night blooming cereusin

-3Iiss E. A. Harrison and Mrs. D. K. Assessor Sanders in filling out the Mrs. T. Booth is quite ill again. suffered greatly with asthma for bloom last Wednesday night ; variety,

Harrison were visitors in Titusville Mon assessment rolls for the county for 1889.J. :Mr.: Charles Schoonmaker has returned many years and came to Florida about Phylocactus Lntifrons. When the flower

S. Watson & Co. will be able to from his trip to Sanford. five or six: weeks ago to see if he could was fully expanded it was taken by Mr.

day. furnish with and all varieties of obtain benefit from this climate. He to Mr. Hector's where it
:ifWiley's bath house and pool is you any Mrs. W. II. Peck visited Titusvillelast any Ely store, was
that he has been better since he much admired who had
to be completed by the last of strawberry plants when you are readyfor week. says by many never
expected them. came to Cocoa than he was in any partof seen one before.
this week. Capt. Bravo's friends at Cocoa are glad
-Mrs. Dale arrived at the Indian I Florida, and your correspondentlearned Our market has been well suppliedwith
jlessrs. T. y.Ioore, of Fruit Cove, to see him back on the St. Lucie.
River Hotel from Jacksonville, last I from him that -last night was fruit during the past week. Mr.
andJ. II. Jacks, of Mandarin, were in Dr. W. Hughlett is expected back
the first
time he able to in
night. Mr. Dale has been expecting her was sleep a Branch has received several shipments of
town the latter part of last week. from Virginia this week. bed for months. Mr. and Mrs.
for the past few days. many peaches, which disappeared in a hurry ;

-J. S. Watson & Co. are here to cater -FOR RENT-A house, and land The palmetto trees are in full bloom Kennedy have gone up to DeLand, but and Mr. Hector had a large lot of pears

to the people of this scctionand we want grove and their aromatic odor fills all the air intend returning to Cocoa again soon. 1 from Georgia. ,
for gardening, situated in Titusville, at Pineapples are numerous
to use us by making known their They will be most welcome, and Mr.
them a cheap rate. Enquire, on the premises, The schooner Manatee was anchoredoff lemons begin to appear, and some parties

\\ of W. A. Ronald.J. Cocoa for a day or two last week on Kennedy will find that his enemy, asthma, have oranges from last summer's bloom.

"antW'e beg to draw the attention of ourreaders her trip up the river. will leaye him for good if he will make None of these in market, however.

the new advertisement of Mr. S. Watson & Co. can furnish you I this place his home. An evidence of this
to with any and all kinds! of fertilizers, and Mr. W. Wilson, of Courtney, went Capt. Hector,supercargo; John Henry,
is Mr. Albert A.
which will be found Taylor, who came to
Rumph, on ,
cieo. trial before down to Eau Gallic on the St. Lucie last Master Roy McFadden and first mate
we request you give us a Cocoa three years the greatest suf-
page 7. buying elsewhere.Mr. Saturday. Frank Holmes started for the keys on
ferer from asthma now he is as free
-For pineapple slips, Cavendish, Thursday. Mr. Boone being unable to
Captain and :\Irs.V.. H. Sharpe, of ,
S. J. Brown and sister startedfor from it as anyone so long as he remainson
Hart's choice and French banana plants, City Point, were welcome visitors in Co- go at the last moment, his place was sup-
Lake City, S. C., this morning fora Indian River.
and best land, groves, local essentials and coa last week. plied by Mr. Frank Holmes, of City
few weeks; Mr. E. S. Hamilton left &
minimum prices, apply to D. P. Gibson, Point. Tony Canova to
Miss Willie after lit- Itlclhouriic. expects over-
this morning for Charleston and other May, a pleasant
..Sl points on business, probably calling at tle visit at the home of Mrs. A. P. Cleveland Mrs. E. C. Thomas is improving in
started for Jacksonville has not at this time started fear he
3Irs. E.C. Dearborn we
at Merritt has returned to Rock-
Atlanta ere his return. health we are pleased to learn.
Monday morning, where she will I ledge. will be disappointed.Quite .
information in A. L. Ford of Sebastian
-Any person desiring was up on
several days prior to returning to a large including H. S.
slay! Mr. O. K. Wood is nice
regard to Indian River-its climate, a Saturday. He is very enthusiastic over
home in New York to Williams and
Lcr former staya family, of Rockledge, and
health and resources-can obtain same wharf in front of his store, next to that his section.Mr. .
few months. Thos. Dixon and family, of Cocoa, are at
of the hardware firm of &
by sending a two cent for Stiling Taylor -
stamp W. H. Adams went to Eau Gallic,
-llr!. Owens received a very painful and work is Myrtle cottage, Melbourne Beach. Mrs.Cummings' .
A. L. Hatch, City Point, Fla., and receive progressing rapidly upon Saturday to inspect his thriving orange

: injury about two weeks ago by falling by mail a copyi of pamphlet on the red building of Mr. A. F. Lapham.Dr. grove at that place. cottage has been occupied
nearly all the time this and
her back in summer,
down some steps, injuring Breyard county, published by the county M. B. Sams and wife returned to
'. She is however Messrs. S. F. Gibbs and T. H. McCoy Melbourne Beach is attracting considerable -
some 'Y3} improving, commissioners of this county.Mr. their home at Courtney a few days ago, have
been hard at work on their East notice as a summer resort and if
and will 1 lie out again soon. ,
Stevenson has sold his large flat- after having spent some weeks down the Melbourne plantations, which arc doing there were good accommodations there,
-The ladies of the Methodist Church river in Dr. Sam's yacht. Dr. Sams went
boat to Mr. T. P. Wallace, of Marion, splendid.Mr. it would, undoubtedly, attract a crowd.
expect to give an entertainment at Wager's Ohio for $350. This boat is down as far as Lake Worth, attending to
J. H.
Phillips having bought the County Surveyor Burchfiel has been at
week for the
Hall next work his
some I dentistry during trip.
feet with about ten feet
thirty long
whole of the Cornelia has been
cargo work cutting up the church lot into half
Church. Full
benefit of the M. E. -
particulars beam comfortable with cabin Miss Florence Hardee a most delightful -
; roomy, a gave
busily engaged in setting out his 40,000 acre lots. Mrs. Boardman the pieceof
announced handbills.Messrs. gave
will be by
, that will allow a tall person to stand up progressive euchre party last
pineapple slips. the
ninety acres to Episcopal church,
Robbins & Graham have in. The inside work is all oil finish on Friday night to a number of her friends.
The restaurant building of Mr. Phil- and now it will be sold for the benefit of
moved into their new office in the brick the natural wood, making a handsome The evening passed off most pleasantly,
lips begins to look gay as the second coat the church. The object being to induce
: building near the Court House. They finish. Mr. Stevenson will go from hereto and the only regret was that it had to
of paint progresses. The work will be settlement and improvement instead of
trill however, retain the former officeon Sanford to attend to some work there come to an end.
completed this week. discouraging the same, the lots will be
Washington avenue for a real estate but will return to Indian River
probably Crabs are plentiful all along the shore. Splendid growing sold at a very low figure to those who
weatherparticularly -
office. again. just now, and are declared to be delicious :
.. for weeds. The fine showers of last will build on them at once. Mr. C. J.

. -We have received a description of by all lovers of the shell-fish tribe. Crab- week are making the trees Hector has been given full power in the

the trip of the steamer Lela V. and party Hypoluxo. bing is the favorite amusement of a good orange grow matter by Bishop Weed, and he will be
rapidly and strange to have developed -
S. N. Andrews the of say
. Daytona and return-written by one popular keeper many of our young people, and they glad to supply any demand for lots.
of those who enjoyed the trip-but our that model station, the Orange Grove seem to find great sport with their dip- very mosquitoes.

trace having already been filled with House of Refuge, for the last ten years nets these bright, sunny da 's.. Messrs. Black, of City Point, and Bur- Master Willie Ely, while fishing witha
hand line at the head of the Good
bat arrival-a ton, with one or two others whose nameswe
a new pound boy.
other matter shall it for our
we reserve Sunday School was held in Hill's Hall
Steve don't say much-he never does- did not learn, went down river last House landing, hooked an immense tar-
next issue.
last Sunday, but no preaching took place.
but he looks proud and happy.I week, proposing to locate in the Narrows pon. He made a cast, but before he
-Mr. E. L. Brady has closed out his Your correspondent was misinformed as and vegetables for market. could stoop and pick up the slack line

entire stock of gents' furnishing goods, see that the papers claim that the to the date of Rev. Mr. Bolton's preach- grow his bait was taken and hook also. The

Secretary of the Treasury is the most : this He will hold church We are told that D. W. McQuaig and
hats etc, and instead will make some ing at place. tarpon jumped several feet out of the

alterations inside his store and carry an popular and affable member of the cabi- !I services in Hill's Hall, Cocoa next Sun- party' are everlastingly" piling up the water three times:: shaking his head as a

extensive line of shoes for ladies and net. He treats the bores just as he does day, July 23th, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. "gator peelings. We were informed dog would shake a stick, and finding he
i his grandfather's clock-all he has to do! that the party of three killed over 100
gents in the future. He will keep on The Tarpon, with Captain Tony Ca. could not rid himself of his new acquisition -.

hand a varied assortment suitable to the is to simply Windom up and they go. nova and Mr. Jakie Payne on board, left alligators in three days, and nearly all settled down to run away from it.
five feet
over long.
trade of the entire Indian River. Peccavi. for Key Largo Monday to bring up a At the rate he left here he ought to have

-The schooner Manatee can be chartered Judging by the frequency with whichwe large load of pineapples and pineapple Mr. W. S. Dickens having resigned his been seen in Titusville half-an-hour later.

. for carrying freight, or for trips see it in the papers, we should say slips. They had a good supply of everything position as purser on the Georgiana, he He was a large one; we judge fully seven

.. that the most popular legend of the day has accepted a position in Sanford, beginning -
anywhere on the coast. Freight rates necessary to make themselves comfortable feet long.

: always reasonable. Her captain makes was the leg-end of the Chicago girl. If on the voyage, and anticipate I on the 1st of August. He has Oh Mr. Ruthven, you cause a blushto

: a specialty of capturing the manatee orseacow. that is a chestnut there is no worm in it, pleasure as well as profit from their trip. : been bidding adieu to his many friends mantle on our massive brows. Our

for it is a' boiled taken from the along the river and enjoying (?) a trip to
I native only to the waters of one Col. Setz, who was most successful last shrinking modesty is proverbial. If you
Lake Worth.
: south Florida. Further fur- tomb of "Thotmes the first. has been unf-or- had
particulars year in raising turkeys, compared or associated us with the

I I niched by J. W. Zellers Titusville, Fla. E. M. Brelsford, who owns about two tudate this season in losing about fifty of Mrs. W. H. Gleason, Mrs. W. Wilson, family of Auseridae, the birds that once

While hauling the foundation stones and one-half miles of the beach ridge, is his young turkeys. An insect called the of Courtney, Captain and Mrs. J. 0. saved ancient Rome, we could have

from the river near the station, for a having an avenue forty feet wide cleared chicken-flea was the cause of death in Walton, with George Gleason as sailing borne the compliment without flinching,

packing house Mr. W. S. Hart, of New and lined with cocoanut trees the whole the ;young turkeys. They attack them master, came down from Eau Gallie, on but to be affiliated with the Strigidae,

Smyrna, found one stone, among others, distance. G. II. K. Chartres is doing the about the head and breast and finally the yacht Nettle, on Saturday, and tooka Minerva'a pets, the emblematic birds of

. that had served as a tombstone for the work, and he is a worker from Workville, cause death. It is strange that these fleas trip to the beach for a little fresh air wisdom-spare us, good Ruthven. You

Eyles family, who were massacred at the Lake Worth. By the way, our friend only seem to be in certain places, for a and a bath in the surf. say if you ever come within a mile of

, Packwood place during the Indian war. Chartres is the last sole representative of } who lives in Cocoa and raises chicklad We see the Times-Union confirms Dr. Melbourne you certainly will stop there.

.. Mr Hart brought the stone back and the original Lakeworthite. He still persists ens and turkeys for her own use is not Bronson's statement that an English Don't, Mr. Ruthven ; come the other

placed it at the Eyles grave. in going bfefooted.rrhe jeers of troubled at all by the chicken-fleas on syndicate had obtained control of the mile also. You will be welcome, and

Married yesterday afternoon at the the dudes have no effect on our sturdy her place, and her young turkeys and I Alabama, Florida and Atlantic Railway, anyone can tell you where to find

residence of Mrs. J. E. Brady, at Mims, George and he tramps with sublime in- chickens have not had a flea on them. and would push right through, with a U. D'ONOHU.

by the Rev. John Foy, Air. James E. difference upon cactus, sting-nettles and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Harrison have at temporary terminus at Rockledge. With .

Bownun to Miss Themarriage wait-a-bits. lines this section is bound to
. Launie Harrison. length been comfortably installed in competing The South Florida railroad is shortlyto
-;. was not an unexpected one to Weather superb! How unutterably their handsome new residence which has boom. be relaid with sixty-pound steel rails.

:d the friends of either party, for quite anumber foolish is the excuse that some of our Pineapples are still going forward in
recently been erected on the river bank, Lightning struck a walnut tree in Tallahassee
anticipated the event, and all citizens make when they say they go large quantities. In this neighborhoodthe
in front of Mr. Harrison's fine orange the other day and killed four

Join in the wish for a life of prosperity north to escape the hot weather. Why grove. The house is one of the hand- drouth checked their growth, but chickens that were roosting under it.

I and happiness to the sheriff and his don't they come right out and say, "Itsstyle and after the rains they began to grow,
bride. all do it." If somest Rockledge ( Rockledge can Capt. Elkins, who is connected with
and neighbors
i my and looks I aId, so far as we have observed, con
- )
cottages ,
back many pretty the South Florida Railway, while gettingoff
;. -The following new arrivals in TiVI I they left about May 1st and came cool and inviting in the tinue to do so, ripening slowly and bid-
delightfully the Thursday night at Sanford
cars ,
! ttutille tbe past week Saturday at Mr. I about July 1st to enjoy our regular trade fair in size those
: midst of the huge old oaks, with the ding to equal usually sprained his ankle quite seriously.
s G. F. DurenV : full of salt and ozone-from thattime
an infant son ; Monday, winds- of the trees raised here and prolonging the time of
as a
** JIr P. M. till the first cool northeaster in October bright green orange Major W. B. Young, late major of the
Fisher's, an infant daughjr background. The interior of the house shipping far beyond the ordinary period.A .
..' It i is said that Frank has made they would show more good common I First Florida Battalion, was married in
. just its finish and the arrangement of the i great curiosity was seen here the
Ruthven'sglasses. Atlanta one day last week to Miss Maggie
as seen through -
reappearance in the mar k. sense, I furniture is as pretty and fresh as the i other day-a top carriage, the one, we
f for business I know what the average north Rankin, daughter of Dr. Rankin of
while Peter M. came very ; delicate flowers we always; find arranged I believe, in which Dr. King of Orlando,
nea and winter.As that city.A .
both in summer
rounding his thumb Monday with a so daintily in glass bowls in Mrs. and Mr. Wilson, of South Carolina,came

felt-haw tied blow of the hammer on Lake Worth can boost of but three |I son's home. The packing-house Harri-I over land from Orlando. Dr. King and Tallahassee girl refused to go driving -

1S"des new bath house. small steamers we have to chronicle their i' orange crop is !situated only a short distance Mr. Wilson are both much pleased with with her favorite fellow a* few days

""The directors and stockholders of the movements whenever they turn a from his residence, and is in itself this section, and though they have not since because he drove a white horse.

N "tQsrille and Canaveral Steamboat Com- The steamer Lake Worth came WheeI.1 a pretty little cottage. Above the orange- J yet located, we hope they will do so at Her head is crowned with locks of rich

g panyexpect to have a fine little steamer down the lake to-day, like a hog war'l packing room are comfortable sleepingrooms this point.W. Titian tint.

oa the Canaveral route before the wheel looking for her other ,i !
com- with one for the men who work in his grove.There H. Whidden has sold his team, A healthy :Englishman named Vivian,
g winter teason. The steamer will prob- wheel which the captain left on a rock I
r ably time last are certain places and locations wagons plows, etc., to Jno. H. Phillips, from South Apopka, says the Orlando
carry the mail, and the service the Haulover some j
t QuId he reef near i where sufferers from that most uncomfortable who in turn has sold one of the mules Reporter, weighing only 300 pounds, was
certainly increased to two I truly to have to state
trips sorry
spring. am I two-horse to S. T. in that last week. When complimented -
a.weep then he recovered disease, asthma, find relief when t and a wagon Lips- city
instead of only one, as at that I do not know whether ,f
Freseat. important they feel it almost impossible to breathe i comb, who will use them in his businessof on his fine physique, he mopped
The extra time while not on If he only knew what an \
a the it or not. anywhere else. Cocoa must be just the I' draying, plowing, etc.Ir.. Whidden his streaming forehead and exclaimed,
to been the :
Canaveral could be used inzrying item it would have to ,
; this : place for those afflicted with asthma, for i I talks of "striking in" again at a pointnot Yes, by Joye, I've got a little too much
parties to various agitated i public
points, as anxious and ; '
4. t.- triP* from at | Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Kennedy, of St: j far away, where he thinks there is a physique for this climate!1" He says
Titusville to Canaveral would have stopped, or
weather ,
4 and return i Louis, Mo.,. came down to Indian River good prospect of doing business. He certainly however, that he has gained about twenty- /:
""o day. .not require. .mare than MM telephoned.. .. RUT YL +j f last week and stopped for a few days at I ha?,made money here. five pounds since the warm weather set in..i of

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1 1I I! down stairs, with a delicious little
I ICI i .
Vera uttered terrified sensation

i Capt. Haxton. a cry. It was !!i Mistress I Dorothy's Ghost. shamefacedness.But it may be that g liking goes by opposites !; bestow of good-by freedom kisses and on importance, to
lln False Pretenses. my schoolmates
er ; At all events, nothing ever disturbed ; I. who in
"Let me go! she panted, strugglingto I the bond of be- gathered little enviom
good fellowship
.. I release herself from the firm grip he groups were waiting about the hail
fastened upon her arm. "How dare you tween me and Daisy, whose blue eyes, I see me step into the fiacre in whit Por-to

By RETT WIKWOOD speak to me? I hate you!" blonde hair, and tiny plump figure con- I ter. looking eminently dignified and

"Not so fast, my dear," laughed the ASnever I trasted so strikingly with my dusky was impatiently awaiting respectable -
a much locks brown skin, and long limbs, j ra eo 5'f
so ,
"I have been robbed!' the elder lady wretch. "You are scarely a situationto t We made the channel passage in safety
r exclaimed, turning suddenly upon Vera put on such high and mighty airs. I A' F addicted to i which, as papa used to say, were chiefly I in spite of the fact that it was rather ..
I 1 remarkable for much in
as the latter entered. "I put five hun could hazard a shrewd guess as to what school girl'friendship i inxother getting as Not thatI my i ro.ugh, and that Porter, who was a mar .,

dred dollars in my desk yesterday, and has occurred. See here, Vera, I am : own way as people's. I tyr to mal de mer, and who lay limp and c
+ now it is gone! You were present at the really very fond of you. I have quite a ; \\ I as most : had the misfortune to be exactly a I helpless about the cabin, confidently s

time, and must recall the fact." sum of money here," slapping his breast I p I girls are; fr j tright. On the contrary, many" people pected to go to the bottom about every fiT9 e. ..
: but, for all : pronounced me "a fine girl, and talked
pocket. "Five hundred dollars, to be I Ian minutes, and became firmly impressedwith
that I took admiringly of spirits and goodtyle. fs
I my gay
frank I am on my way to New the conviction that she had sounded
f But whatever deluded ad-
7 York. Only come with me, and I'll im- my the depths of human woe in the transit s
all mense liking cnirers might say, in my opinion I was ;
make you my wife within an hour afterwe and, having spent one night in London, ..:
reach our destination." i y 4 I { on the nowhere by the sido of Daisy Drasdalain I we started by an early train on tho foli .

I "You wretch! So you are the thief! i i spot to gen- I point of beauty. i lowing morning for Derbyshire.The .

; I will scream for help." ; tie fair haired i I Towards the middb cf my first winterin I great city was still enough a* \fa

I But there was no need. Though she .: I Maud Drasdale. Paris a separation came. Daisy, who drove through it on our way to the
Ii I had heard no sound of hurrying footsteps "Little EnglishDaisy" I II had been ailing for several weeks with a station, the tall fronts of the silent hOUses

i a tall, strong figure suddenly appeared -I I !'t L- we used i slight cough and cold, suddenly developed with their closed blinds gleaming stLtel!/

I I beside her, and an arm shot out i to call her in the symptoms that threw our teachers and cold in the saffron light; and, before

from the elbow in a well directed blow dull old French I into a little panic of alarm A doctorwas I had thoroughly realized the fact thin

I ,, r that laid her persecutor.sprawling on the si+,r pensionnat de called in who shook his bead and was actually breathing tho air of the

; pavement. ,I jeunes demoiselles prescribed total cessation of study and London of my dreams-that weird romance

t tr "Come this way," said Herbert Fal- : 'll i I to which I immediate removal to a milder climate. of splendid wealth and abject

I I I coner's welcome voice; and the half very much Miss Drasdale was an orphan; but her poverty which the pen of a Dickens or

I fainting girl felt herself drawn forcibly / against my will, uncle and guardian, Sir George Dras the pencil of a Dore can alone portray_

1 toward a more reputable neighborhood."Never I had been sent" dale, the representative of the fine old we were out among the bright ware

% I mind that fellow, or his ill gotten to "finish off. Derbyshire family to which she belonged, meadows, the russet tinted woods, ana

gains. We are well rid of him at any Papa who was was instantly communicated with; and the purple hills where the sunlight lay

f price. Do you know, I once feared that good natured and in tho course of a few days the old gen .
going to a in patches and over wI.::!'i : : .' .
you cared for him? easy tleman came over in a terrible fright .
I fault, and a Yankee wind came at intt'r\.d.: ; t ..
*'I hate been robbed" ti* elderly lady ex Vera's lip quivered. t from England to whisk his darling awayto
to the backbone, and who had no delicious.I .
could think that tho
How you cow- Italy.
faith in "French ," he had taken the'i:..1 tt nr',
polish as
Vera thought of the bracelet, and foil ardly wretch! Of course I missed her dreadfully,
called it, bravely seconded opposi- ing myself with a I box +if I !.ul .>:... r',t ,
back white and trembling, as if panicr'I "No matter. I know better now." my wandering about the dreary old pen .
I tion to the French school project; but the last new novel against '':: n..r ,,t
stricken. him in and inconsolable and
Vera could only look up at sionnat lonely .
mamma, who was the daughter of a the journey but 1 ditl I nol t i.. ", nr
; "I-I-yes-that is"- grateful wonder, she was so perplexed.It equally of course we exchanged an unlimited -
i. southern gentleman, and who had beena The pleasant changeful Wt'flt.r_ ,,.1 '*'-
Her stammering tongue suddenly grew had all come about so suddenly and number of crossed and closely
great beauty and a still greater heiress people coming and going at Uif-m:.::;
still. Viola was staring at her with a unexpectedly. written epistles, in which I kept her
in her youth-despite the fact that a full stopping places along the IOUK gn:.' ..
cold, steely gaze that fairly transfixed 'Vhere-are you-taking me? she fully apprised of all that was going on
pr share of family pride, a set of diamondsand cupation for the forenoon and! a f,.?
her. faltered at length, as her companion in our prosaic little school world, and in
t "See her confusion betrays her!" the halted to hail an empty cab. a precious heirloom in the shape of which Daisy excited my longings by hours after midday we reached ?ur &> tc
4 murmured "I some yellow old point lace were about all tination. tIt
vindictive beauty audibly. "Back to Roselawn. profuse description of her wanderingsamid
that the chances of and the death of "The next station will l IX' .
war our rsws" CP
knew she was guilty of the theft"Vera "Oh, no, no! I can't go there. You the sunny scenes and wondrousart Cd
sickened with amazement, horror don't know"- her father, who was killed in the earlier glories of Milan Venice, Florence Porter remarked,rousing up from .1.uj; Itt
of the rebellion had left to her of to make the ih.! .
part nap a>
and But in she had
anger. a moment "I am not so blind as you think me, and Rome-descriptions that were presently .
recovered herself sufficiently to speak. he interrupted, a mischievous twinkle in her former grandeur-had been herself varied by mysterious hints con train began to slacken sjKvil 'AnI 1 It
t educated in Paris; and her one maternal there is one of Sir Geoige's terraa:*
Her cousin's meaning was only too evident his handsome eyes. "I returned from a cerning a certain tender little romance
anxiety on my account appeared to be waiting: for us," she added catchup fltf
walk ten minutes after you left the that was growing up in her life. Daisy 11JC
"What do ? How daro that I too should enjoy that inestimable sight of a tall young man in livery as tb tfF
you mean you house, to find it in a terrible uproar. had won a lover; and at last, with a
of such crime? A advantage. In vain I wept, scolded, en- train came alongside the platform of the JCt
suspect mo a professional You had stolen five hundred dollars and thrill of mingled delight and awe, I
11 thief have entered the house.I. treated. Mamma, indolent and carelessin quiet little country station at which Wt
must fled, your loving cousin declared. I went learned that my friend was actually 4r
too, havo been robbed." straight to Ann Briggs and frightened a most things, was firm as a rock here. engaged and was to be married in a were to alight.
I Sho had set her mind to But I had for the tall
"Of what?" on my going no eyes young 11'a
full confession from her lips. She let year. :
flL( "A pearl bracelet that belongs to my Haxton into the house and put the brace- France; and to France accordingly, with- From that time her letters, thoughless man in livery; for drawn up before the It
out I must stood little "turn oat'in
mother." appeal, go. entrance a dainty
let where it was found. Of course the frequent, grew more interestingthan
Mrs. started. With "In any circumstances, my dearest the shape of a tiny basket pony carriage tr.I
Wallingford ashy wretches meant to throw suspicion upon ever, filled almost entirely though
r a face and hueless lips she crossed to the you-leave you to bear the infamy of Sydney," she languidly remarked one they were with glowing descriptions of in which sat a golden haired, exquisitely 31SS

'i rifled desk in lifted the lid evening from the depths of her favorite dressed young lady, in whoa
; r one comer, the crime. But I had been on the alert the manifold virtues and perfections of
and took ornament."Is lounge, as we came to the close of a with one glance I recognized Daisy.
up a gleaming for some time, and saw through their Prince Charming, whose earthly name Ie
rather discussion of that most The mutual I
stormy recognition was law
this it?
little game. Vera, you have given me a of Edward Pomfret was usually abbre- c
"Yes. Oh I found it!" vexatious of all vexed questions: "I her lift her whip, the sweet, fair face
am so glad
you long chase, and it is a wonder I found viated into "dearest Teddy.
should have desired Parisian educationfor with the old familiar smile
Vera forward with a lighting up ; Itp
a glad
sprang cry you at alL""Veral" Sir George and his niece spent the
and seized the bracelet you above all things. But your own and, leaving the satchels and traveling
actually kissingit
she repeated, in a startled spring in Italy, and the following sum- h:
in her joy and relief. tone. "You know that secret too?" behavior, my dear, your blunt manners mer in Switzerland; but towards the fall rugs to the care of Porter and the young hat

All at once she became aware that hergrandmother Falconer laughed merrily. and your dreadful predilection for the I received a letter with an English post- man in livery, I sprang from the trail

;v ,r. was glaring at her with a "Certainly. I have known all along unladylike, slangy phraseology of this mark. They had been in London for a and, darting towards her, caught her fa c
_. fixed vulgarly fast New York more than ever my arms, kissing and hugging her wits
stony expression. which was the country girl! You would week or two, but were just now on the c.
"The bracelet was in the same drawer never have thought of attempting the convince me of the necessity of your go- point of returning to Drasdale Abbey, an amount of energy and effusion that
where I the How it Ing. It is not so very unnatural, I evidently took two or three impaaslTt
kept money. came imposture if I hadn't put it into your Sir George's place in Derbyshire; and,
therer think, that I should desire to see my only looking Englishmen who put up their
head. I must bear the blame of that. with regard to herself, Daisy informedme atdt
"Let cried Viola I daughter a lady; and the French schoolis eyeglasses to survey me, by surprise.
t me speak excitedly, Don't tremble so, darling, slipping his that she was quite well and strong
from her chair. "It would be my only hope. "Dear, darling old Syd, how good if
rising arm about her waist. "There is nothingto again now; and the one thing necessaryto '11 1 1I
wicked longer to hold my peace and fear. You have accomplished your "And do you really believe, my dear, render her happiness complete was to see you again!" Daisy exclaimed I:

.H. screen such a hardened wretch. Grandmother purpose. Aunt Wallingford has learnedto that two years' imprisonment in somo the presence of her dearest friend Syd- holding me at arm's length to get a better GIi

; that girl has basely deceivedyou love you tenderly-she told me so. dreary old French convent is going to ney. And then followed a pressing in- look at me, and evidently as oblhiocs

She Is Vera Lyndon-I am Viola! And now she is waiting to welcome you improve Syd very materially inquired vitation, seconded by a kindly message of the proprieties and tho astonished ri

I let the far o go on because I pitied her. home again." I papa, lifting his bushy gray brows and from Sir George himself, to come and looks of the bystanders as I was. "TOf, at

She Is poor, and, of course, wishes to Vera's heart gave a wild throb of looking at her with a comical expressionover pay them a visit. how pretty-how perfectly charmiaj at

better her condition. Her only hope was gladness but she trembled more than the top of his paper, behind whichit Good littlo Daisy It was like her, I you are looking! I came on purpose to

to win your love; then you would ever. was his habit to retire whenever the thought, to remember me in the midst of have the felicity of driving you horn erG

74 S forgive everything. But she does not That one word,"darling,"coming from domestic battle showed signs of going her own happiness; and of course I was and of getting you all to myself for o

deserve the consideration I have shown his lips, was almost too much for her. against him. "Might\ as well expect tho wild to go. I had heard so much about: hour or two. Turner will see to Porter t1k

4 her. Look at her I Note that guilty flush When the happy young couple made what-do-you-call-hhn to change the colorof Drasdale Abbey, which, according to my and the trunks-the wagonette is waiting a1
dare make denial." his The child is true born for them. And tell SJd
She no their at Roselawn hour spots a must be now me
appearance an lively fancy, a perfect fairy pal d
}; Mrs. Wallingford took a quick step later, Viola saw at a glance how matters Yankee, every inch of her-and Syd's ace of splendor and delight, or, what did you have a smooth passage across Jt

toward tho trembling girl her hand stood between them. While Mrs. Wall inches are none so few either," he added, was very much the same thing to me, and did Porter take good care ot'IoC\ t.

t a menacingly uplifted. ingford was laughing and crying over glancing mischievously at my abomi- one of those fine old ancestral mansions "Splendidl There were some goo!
Ono word. Is the accusation nably long limbs, which, as everybodywell sized but I've bigger as!
1 "Speak them, utterly broken down for once in with oriel windows, long corridors, and waves, seen
r ; r true or false" her life, she stole away and began pack- knew, were the great trial of my haunted chambers, standing in the midstof Porter is an incomparable companionf"a fQ

'.1 am Vera Lyndon," the poor soul ing her trunk with an envious heart. l life, I doted upon little women; and stately parks, with sunny glades, sea voyage," I laughed, thinkia; r/ ]

faltered, involuntarily clasping her Today pretty Mrs. Lyndon is an hon hero was I growing away up into ridicu- oaken clumps and startled ddbr, about that estimable woman's woo begone expression K

hands "I did not intend to deceive you ored inmate of the luxurious city home lous altitudes."A which we read so much in English nov- as we rolled about at the meal

in the first place, but Mr. Falconer made where her daughter reigns as mistress. born Yankee, every inch of her," els. And I wrote immediately to mamma of the little short chopping Cha=*

r the mistake, and I suffered it to pass Mrs. Wallingford has so thoroughly he added-"all the way up from those begging and praying for permissionto waves. "But. Daisy dear, would Jj A

", uncorrected. Grandmother, if you knew conquered pride and prejudice she would preposterous little high heeled boots she go. mind giving me a good shake or a

'r all I have suffered, you would freely forgive be at a loss to tell which of the two she persists in wriggling about on to the top Never to my impatient imaginationhad just to convince me that I am actasfJ

e ,i l the imposture. As for tho missing loves best. I j of that sparkling new thirty dollar braid the wide Atlantic seemed so wide, awake, and that it's all real, you tom'' R

money" THE E.\D. 1 16he has gone and twisted up on the top or the coming of the mails so tediously I'm afraid that my being here is too g#

J "No more-not another syllable! I '': of her poor little empty cranium! And delayed; but finally, to my intense re to bo true, and that I shall wake q ItIt

," refuse to listen to ;you!" and Mrs. Wall I it's my private opinion, my dear, that lief, a letter bearing the familiar New presently to find myself in the drew Itci
.f. I 4 ingford brought her clenched fist down California House Hunting In California. I all the French schools in the world are York post mark arrived, which contained old class room, with the bell ringing& R
'l the table with burst of Agent-I see. have not going to make else of her. **
upon a rage. anything the lessons-or .
come to California simply for health,and not not only longed for permission, prayers 1"
"You are your unworthy mother's own to farm. Then, sir, perhaps you would likea I Better let the girl alone. For my part, Idon't couched in mamma's choicest phraseology "It's as real as anything else lnJJ 11

ttt child! Go-leave my house instantly,or house see anything so much the matter but also a check for three hundred world," sho began, with a smile 0:
I will have you taken in charge! Never Stranger have looked all o'\"erthe town, I with her; but, for heaven's sake, if she dollars. somehow died away into a sigh. "t

;: show your false face here again." and there is not a house empty. I isn't fashionable enough to suit, can't "A small sum with which to Illlkean, are people, you know, who say th.1i srC

Quivering with excitement the angry "No, not today. But see that pretty cot- I you find a place nearer home, where you little addition to your wardrobe, r is itself but a dream-a painfuL 'ere- Ith

i woman swept past into tho private sitting tage"over there That will be empty to-mor- might have her taught all that is deemed love," she wrote; "and need I tell mj, ish one."
you *
'- + room and locked the door. row. II ?" Atwr! t1c'
necessary dearest During the drive to Drasdale
Sydney, how I
"It will my deeply am
Viola's blonde face wore a look of Family going backr"uSo Poor dear old papa-he stood for it va t0' c'a
Min; ma- up Sir and such delightful drive as
It's occupied by Shroud, the under- I gratified by George Drasdale's very
; licious exultation. taker, and to-morrow ho is going to move I me bravely; but, alas, it was of no avail! polite invitation,and the chance it affords along a broad smooth road that 1a1 c'h

i t u "\our hopes of inheriting your grand into that marble palace which he just built I I Mamma was obstinate as a mule; and you of seeing a little really good English a line of white between tall hedob lrr:

r r motlu wealth are forever blasted. You on the hill yo der."Philadelphia Record. the end of it all was that I was packed society? And, as I am naturally anxious bright in patches with the

had better return to your country home I t I' off to Europe, whence I was expected to that you should make a suitable of the wild rose and han thor4

t' : ++ at once, spend" your remaining days in I Her Neighbors. f I return with all the graces and accomplishments ance, I have forwarded the enclosed appear-, to which cloudlike flocks of binijdstto; t

4 obscurity. They lingered at her father's door II under the sun. gether with a set of pearls from Tiffany's, as we passed,to circle in driflj l br t
'' 'N, Vera made no response. The blow had The moon was shining bright. I But it is not so much about myself which had intended the green fields and the purple r
t4 I And to the maiden o'er and o'er your papa sendingyou :
dazed and almost stunned her. i that I to write. I the
Mechanically am going am not theconclusionthsi
1 The youth had said "Good night*' next month as a little birthday sur- yond- came to t:
like one in a midnight dream, she I heroine of this story, that important post prise." vague, Intangible change had taken Fin

put on her wraps in the hall, and, waiting But Her sail tiny reluctant hand he to pressed depart,, being much better filled by Daisy, or Poor mammal! Knowing her weak Daisy since the day I had seen&b.. ta

for nothing else left the house. While all the love that filled his heart I rather Maud Drasdale between whom I point as I did, I might have been cohfi. last, a change that became m _

S She could not remain another moment His ardent looks confessed.At I and myself a fast friendship grew up I II dent that she would have been too much ever apparent when, on our arr1oIdral J
where such words had been spoken to from the first hour of our meeting, a flattered tho sat talking over
j length she closer to him crept I I by an invitation from a man of abbey we 1 't
her-where she was so cruelly suspected. Her eyes upon him bent. friendship that excited considerable surprise Sir George Drasdale's family and rankto in the warm glow of tho library tire; j; t

,, The streets were full of bustling, happy And softly asked "How hare you kept, I among our teachers and school raise any objection to visit. I now that the flush lent to her 1 t
+ life Vera walked a long distance, her Thus far. the fast of Lent!" I mates I remember, for never were two kissed and cried over her letter my in a littln excitement and exercise had QICU'f.I o: I

f t N head Ina giddy whirL On coming to lIe smiled and,as a manly arm girls more entirely unlike-Daisy so rapture of delight and gratification; and, was shocked to see with what 1

r her senses she found herself in a wholly Around her waist he threw, quiet, so shy and retiring, and-well, I having communicated my success to distinctness the blue veins sh 1

unfamiliar quarter of the city-a shabby, He Pray said, tell"I've me done how no have neighbor youOh /"harm- I am afraid I am not qualified to describe friend in a few days Daisy's maid, through the pale transparent'what

a. dirty street, where forlorn tenement myself very accurately few of us see Porter,a respectable middle aged woman a worried,anxious, almost t
houses frowned at each other across the better far, I'm sure"she said. ourselves as others know.
The charming little elf see us, you who had lived in the family for years, expression she had acquired. < t

way. Tve loved(she blushed and bent her head) But, considering my nationality, it is I arrived at the pensionnat to chaperon What could have happened
Presently a man emerged from one of My neighbor as myself perhaps hardly necessary to observe that m,back to England.It what could have so changed iy -1d It

the dark, noisome alleys, who utteredan "Who Is neighbor I was not at all shy or retiring. Whoever was a fine morning on which I sat sunshiny little Daisy? I wonderedd c
your questioned he
exultant cry as ho caught sight of As to his breast he drew heard tell of an American girl who was? out on my journey, bright with blue ing around at the splendid e 1

her. The gentle maid and blushing she But that may be the fault of the climate. skies and the golden October sunlight wealth and taste with which .- t
"Well met dear!" he exclaimed With one word answered "You." few I ; Sotnethl>i3
my Very people, believe find the air and, strapping my trunk and donning everywhere surrounded. V (
hurryingjajx -Eoston Courier. of America particularly conducive to tasteful I of it. Cod tTi
i my ne.w traveling suit!. I ran wrong; was sure



Y ri .

, utti0n :__ THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 24 1889. 0

)rtan I With Sir George dear old .
te that d ir. Teddy Pomfret bad anything a gentlemanwith probablo llC ress. disposed, as I could very well under-
Jle the In which a bald head, a shining sweet face Throwing dressing robe over my
it? But, from way whether
with such
todo or not would have stand, from the effect of the blow I had
.en whenever she spoke of and courtly old school manners, I fell in night dress, I hurried off to Daisy's room
her face lit up been the case I can't, of course, pretendto so unwittingly struck her:with the goblet"a
:he arrival on the love at first sight; but with Miss Am- at once, where, as I expected, I found
expected "
to him and his say, Pcrtcr continued, "for even as a her shaft at random sent" that had
hurst I far lying the with white
less pillows
whtc\ that was favorably impressed. among a
I to
when was see masculine -
child Miss Madeline
"found mark the archer
morrow was no particular certainly little
ed. A splendid dolt destitute alike pitiful face and perfectly wide awake."Don't ,
1 could of
&r1d for myself hardly
,. miracle favorite with Sir George, kind and indulgent meant," though I never saw cause to re-
:altfng wit of talent, or feeling," I decided dur- laugh, Daisy dear! I ex-
think it.'Daisy. though he has always been to her. gret that my aim that night was well
;efa ing the first hour of claimed, bouncing in her with a
dear ventured at last, seeIn" our acquaintance; upon
1afetJ113 But matters stand she will taken.
as certainlynever
but little I tried level best
\ and subsequent observation induced mo grimace, my to ren-
how painfully nervous preoccupied be mistress of Drasdalo Abbey Neither Daisy nor I saw Miss Am-
to suspect that under her cold der comical. "Like Mrs. Gummidge, I
vaa and how passionless -
at the
her manner was, never,at least, while Miss Drasdalo lives. burst again; for Sir George, who looked
exterior am 'poor lone lorn creetur and I've
there ,
.y lhnPaf4 opening of a door or the passing of a lay an undercurrentof She is his pet and darling; and, as he has ; upon her efforts to terrify his niece as
shrewd that come to see if you'll take rno in for the
identJ14 she would start and tremble, cunning might possiblyon other heirs the bulk
shadow, no great of the something very little short of an attemptto
t a pinch servo Miss Amhurst in night. But you need not have me if
evtz}e" "do you think you have quite recovered placeof property will go to her and her children, do you murder, knowing as she did what the
Imid intellect. not me, you know. If you'drather
last winter's illness? 1 am should she live to have But result of such
from your ever any. experiment was likely to
On be
the alone
the word
following day Mr. Edward just speak ,and
afraid you have returned too soon; you ; Pomfret arrived oh, miss, I am terribly anxious about my I'll be, sent her a polite intimation that her
and for time
hen a Daisy go.
scarcely looking so strong and well lady! she added, with a sigh anda in his house de-
are I young Dear little presence was no longer
led me to brightened and improved so visibly in Daisy, how my heart ached
letters expect.
sudden of
change manner. "She is sired.
n the toI I sadly altered of late that I think even For tho rest, it is necessary only to ob-
relief that into
. hope the mysterious cloud darkening leapt the poor little anx-
.Qgh /} t her life had been dispelled. you must have noticed it. ious face! Throwing her arms about serve that, the dread by which she had
.as /' 'I "I have noticed it Porter! I my been
h fii> ex- oppressed once removed Daisy
"Who is that lady in tho powdered neck, she clung to me like a frightenedchild.
ny to teat 4t' claimed, springing to feet and layingmy speedily recovered both health and
G "
1 K"t j H hair and pointed stomacher? I inquired, .
I hand her "Tell what it its and when the time
on arm. me came for mo to
as Daisy and I went up to our room together "Dear old Syd, how glad I am that
ins .
EW.f.Jld v is that is ailing Miss Drasdale. She has back to Paris it Sir himself
$ go was Georgo -
I ono night, pausing as I spoke in you came! I wanted to ask you; but
bet tried to hide it from me; but I cannot who wrote and obtained mamma'scordial
w ,h front of a life size painting of a beautiful somehow I did not like to mention it.
factthmPortnj .
&I lL : help seeing that something is consent for to back in
wrong. me come
I It is nice have
iir woman with a pale, proud face and a so to you hero to be close .
ofweird t She has worried haunted look
the officiate
a. a spring to as chief brides-
I baleful light in tho cold gray eyes with by me!r' she exclaimed, clinging to me
that of burdened with maid.
nd "t. which she seemed always to follow our a person some with a shudder. "l\Iore-it reminds me
secret care. It frightens me to see her THE EXD.
>a'tickeru ;
' movements as we came and went up and of the dear old school days, when we
fI f w .I and perhaps, if I only knew what it is
Y1,1 down the great hall staircase on the two shared the same room and the same
,. m' that is troubling her, I might bo able to Genuine.Modesty .
ht landing of which it hung. bed, and were as happy as a couple of
; WJia: do something to lighten it. is a precious grace, so pre-
. "An ancestress of mine, Sydney, who young robins.on a high tree branch."
; -' _.. "That is precisely what I think-precisely cious and withal so rare that some who
: lived and had her being nearly three centuries And then, soothed and comforted by
flight CII why I have spoken, miss. I was have it cannot bear to hide it under a
-one Mistress Dorothy Dras- my presence, she fell into such a quiet,
... ago in the blue chamber this evening when bushel What is a man's light good for,
: dale-a woman with a horrible history, restful slumber as, she told me afterwards -
. you two young ladies came up to your 11 I if he does not let it shine? Such a per
.r'.4! about which hate to think," replied, she had not enjoyed for weeks. ,
rooms; and, as the door was open, I But the confidence Porter had placed in son was lately holding forth after dinner.
shudderingly shrinking
I away. overheard every word of what Miss Dras I I "Nearly all charitable acts," said he,
I I ''orIb.n'jIt1 "Is that so? How very delightful! If mo was sufficient to keep me restless,
dale was telling ;you about that pictureand I "have vanity as their motive. For my
wakeful and full of
there is I like better than thought.
ono thing
, tho old superstition concerning Mistress j! part, I hate ostentation. I remember
'tuii4nnl ;.) other is with I Twelve, then one out from the
it of the rang
... a story a spice
... Dorothy's ghost, that no lady of once when I was traveling in the southern -
1 taw f horrible in it," I thoughtlessly remarked, I great clock over tho stables as I lay listening I I
that who beheld tho of the state where knewmo
name specter ever part nobody
' i.tMI tlft tho the to the wind that tossed the great
t holding up lamp to study cold,
Ij lived be bride. But dear I little
to a my young came upon a lonely way station -
htI1r.IDJa handsome features to which tho flicker- park trees in stormy gusts and watched
oIDa ydear," / ventured' last., lady, she did not tell you that it is this the white light that i where, in the waiting room, there

b"4TPCX'nll She started, and turning away her ing light imparted a strangely lifelike same ill omened belief that is undermining struggled fitfully was fastened to tho wall a contributionbox
adouii fir "It be in through the half drawn curtains
play. must perfectly splendid to
face exclaimed: her health-her very life. She believes for the benefit of sufferers from a
have who have every timo tho moon rose above tho
his up
ancestors mysterious
"Now, Syd: dear if you are going to that she herself has seen tho ghost recent flood.
black drifts
storm riven cloud that
tories. Now thero is she is
croak, I shall run away and leave you togo I mamma; very consequently that she is doomed to die "There was not a soul there; uooody
enveloped her. Somewhere in the direction
its rtl.-;, much given to talking about her -
Into the dismals alone. Hut come, I family. before her wedding day; and, unless I of tho stables watchdog uttered saw me or knew: my name, and I went
But have all been
"OU11.11.C1. tfherie-let us go up stairs and dress for they so dreadfully rfcspectable something can be done to convince her I and dropped a five dollar gold pieco into
at intervals a long low howl and although -
nt tV her I have ; ,
i as dinner," bile added, springing to her feet according to that of the absurdity of the superstition, I am I was sensible of tho fact that tho box and slipped away unseen, un
rAi been able
and glancing at her watch. "We dineat never get up any great afraid the belief will only too surely known.
serracatchfal: amount of interest iu them-all the my spirits had somehow grown chill and
7, and your trunks will have arrived down from the first originator, who came way verify itself. Soon after our return to dull, the effect of Daisy's soft low breath- "Now, sir, what I contend is that my

'eryaitbonmOttlt by this time. Besides, 1 want to show I over with Columbus, or Capt. John the Abbey and the arrival of Miss Am- ing, as she slept on peacefully and tran- secret offering was a moro meritoriousone

you your room. Ah, there is Madeline!" hurst who came to pay us a littlo visit, intrinsically considered, than if it
Smith-or was it Capt. Kidd?-tho man quilly by my side, was finally to lull me
she broke off as the clatter of hoofs a whisper began to creep out among the had been made on the public subscriptionlist
into doze
which from which
who married Pocahontas know a light as it
n you or "
with loud flourish of
drew my attention to the window, from servants that the bridal specter had been a trumpets.
seemed to the touch of ice cold
whatever the woman's dreadful name an "
which I saw a lady splendidly mounted, seen gliding along the passages and cor- "You are quito right, said one of his
tall yon was. I am afraid I am not very well hand on my face aroused me in sudden
and followed by a groom in livery, dash ridors; and one night the household was frightI hearers. "That was genuine modest
before in the history of but all the ,
my country; ,
and I don wonder that
the avenue towards the front awakened by a shrill piercing that charity, you
en- cry
up I opened with and
turn oofponjw same, I am surprised at his taste in mar- my eyes a start of
trance. Did I tell that threw us all into a sudden panic of terror. brag it.-Wasp.
you my cousin rying an Indian. I always did detest the sprang bolt upright in bed, and there,
Madeline Amhurst is with Somebody said that it came from :MissDrnsdale's
staying us. close beside it stood white
an object
aired,a. sight of a squaw myself! But come, Australian Rabbit Skins.
Sydney I room; and, on rushing in, we shadowy and which it shook
m"Jm3.Isy. Daisy tell me all about this mysterious on
"Cousin? Why Daisy, I had no idea I! were horrified to find her lying on her bed even to look-Mistress In the last ten years 29,000,000 rabbit
) lady in brocade and powder. my strong nerves
skins have been exported from Victoria.In .
had cousin! I in dead fault from which it taxed
you a am sure you never I a our Dorothy's ghost! There could bo mistaking
.L ,Iw "Oh, Syd, it is such a horrible,horrible no addition to the from the colonies
mentioned her utmost efforts to restore her. We exports
before I returned. broughther
to me the cruel the hair
falr lJA she returned in low, frightenedtones. eyes, powdered
, have been used
I locally by
to at last but tho shock whateverit many
in after the
staring surprise graceful ; and the white bridal veil that
.larhe amDutrsrelCj "In a frenzy of mad jealousy, it long covered manufacturers and others and
in the was, had once more brought on that
swaying figure perfectly fitting the figure from head to foot. For
is said, she actually poisoned her own
{ numbers have doubtless been
habit as it swept past, with just the alarming malady, hemorrhage of the destroyedor

::.he loa:(< faintest possible tinge of envy. Ah. cousin, a beautiful girl who was to have lungs, from which we had been in such I allowed to decay. The supply from
. tram those Englishwomen! Why is it that been married on the following day to the hopes that she had entirely recovered; rf I1A Australia has flooded the English mar-

jbtherfcImpaato with all their graces and fascinations, man with whom she was secretly in love; and the doctor who was called in took Sir // : \Lti ket and tho trade has on hand a supply

herd my countrywomen have never yet been and then, having dressed herself in the George aside and privately repeated the mil I e I sufficient to last for a year or two. The

JSlOZI able to equal them in that most graceful costly bridal robes intended for her victim advice that other physicians had pre- English rabbit breeders also found it to

accomplishment of horsemanship? ind rival, she killed herself with the viously given him-to guard her from ii iii their advantage to kill rabbits mainly for

top ft* remainder of the and at- the shock or excitement of I \\ their skins, and the supply of home bkins
Well, dear, properly speaking. Madeline deadly drug; so, j: slightest any ;1 \
-prisa.goodftk. tired in all her she kind. She was so delicate her is said to reach 30,000,000 annually. Belgium
Amhurbt is not my cousin, though snowy splendor, was very ,

I have always been in the habit of call- was found on the morning of the intended hold on life so painfully precarious, that I i which supplies us with the tamo

Lclsla> 1get ing her so. She is the daughter of Sir bridal, as cold and lifeless as the poor '! the slightest thing of the kind might 1 I 1 bred rabbits so largely appreciated and

tbd George'g half sister, who, very much little bride herself. It must have been a possibly prove fatal, he said. That she imported for food, sends away over

.oblivionstag against the wishes of her family, married dreadful tragedy. I never hear the story I had had a shock of some kind I was 6,000,000 rabbit skins,but then these skins

a disreputable adventurer, who not without a shudder. And from that day fully convinced, though of what natureI aro much larger, of a finer color and bet-

,I. "m. only spent her fortune, but ill treated to this, so runs the legend, Mistress Do never suspected until this very day. rl ; ter fitted for furs than those of the wild

.... and finally deserted her. Not that sheerer rothy's ghost is given to prowling at Binding mo over by a strict promise not rabbit-London Globe.

11P t wanted for anything, for Uncle night about the old abbey, leaving the to mention the matter either to her I

Juh- George, who is good to every ono, pro- curse of her crime on her race, for, of all uncle'or Mr. Pomfret, she told me this Fruit for Children.

cif tar tided for her until she died, and has the women of her name who have had Tho most natural diet for the young,
Ale afternoon how, on waking up from her r after the natural milk diet, is fruit and
taken the misfortune to behold the bridal
of her since spec-
care daughter ever ;
.. sleep that night, with a vague, half de-
Is. whole meal bread, with milk and water
it is called not has livedto
one ever
although, since return to England on as
my fined sense of some one or somethingnear
Sj4 for drink. Tho desire for this mode,
me, the her wedding dress. same
death India wear own
of who died in ,
her she had her to be-
opened eyes is often continued
of sustenance into after -
- that's what I call
know "Come now, a
you Madeline has chosen to very
hold the ill omened
.f roL with family legend! Ai specter standing years, as if the resort to flesh were a
: an aunt in London, Daisy explained respectable jl every white and shadowy in its long white
: old to have its legend, forced and artificial feeding, which re-
her in mine she family ought
mes'V as, linking arm ,
bridal veil by her bedside. The sight,
led for old house its ghost. But, good quired long and persistent habit to establish -
f me up to the room prepared me every she declares, literally curdled the blood
,ifs Heaven don't mean to its permanency as a part of the system -
through the grand hall, with its tessellated you say
awful indescribable
in her veins and, with an
nkI1Jet; floor,its stained glass windows and that you believe one word of all this?" terror; she uttered the piercingcry of every day life. How strongly this

gne I exclaimed surprised to see how pale 1 with preference taste for fruit over animal
somber walls of polished oak, hung with that terrified uall and fainted opennd my eyes a start
so ,
5eouhl pictures, weapons and armor, which, she had grown, and that her teeth were the moment I was too petrified with hor- food prevails is shown by the simple fact
dead 'And from that hour Por-
away. of the retention of these foods in tho
like tho broad staircase, looked, to my absolutely chattering as she spoke. ror and surprise to move, speak or even
she added into
!: American eyes, altogether too grand and "I don't !:now. Shakespeare was a ter, face with an, looking expression up that to think. But when at last the ghostly mouth. Fruit is retained to be tasted and

.a stately for real home comfort. wise man, and even he felt that there my figure turned round slowly and moved relished. Animal food, to use a common
touched me to the quick 'I
And such a delightful little room it moro things in heaven and earth than wards the door, a faint touch of what phrase is bolted. There is A natural de- .
have known that I doomed
was when we reached itl! A carpet softas are dreamed of in our philosophy. Aboveall -that fate is sealed-that am I shallne"er papa used to call "Sy
j toO velvet and of some rich dark mosaic I am a Drasdale; and the Drasdales my to me,_and grasping a heavy tumbler: of mastication; there is no such desire ex-
live be wife
tje to poor Teddy's ea- in the trained for the
have believed in it. But for cept gourmand, re-
pattern covered the floor. A few choice always gerly as he is looking forward to the cut glass that stool on a stand just within -

.11 chromes and engravings enlivened the pity's sake, come away, Sydneyl! I hate day. I felt that I must speak to some reach, I sent it with all the force ter tention of.animal substance.I..ayman'sf

1 Brails, which were papered of a soft that picture; its still, cold, baleful eyes one, but not to uncle-not to Teddy! ror and desperation could impart at the

1:d;: French gray. A bouquet of delicious always seem to follow me like some Poor souls, they love me so truly that it ghostly figure just vanishing through the Strange Fatal Accidents.

:.e..tJ hothouse flowers stood before the mirroron vague intangible horror. If it were not will be hard enough for them when the open door. A Baltimorean dropped asleep -on a

: the marble topped dressing table, for the absurd folly of the thing, I would time comes.' And now, my dear young There was a loud crash, followed by a park bench when, his head falling for-

tbJIe among tho exquisitely tinted silver request my uncle to have it removed.But lady," Porter continued, "you know the low moan and a heavy fall; and, grasp- ward, he unconsciously choked to death

left mounted perfume bottles. A coal fire como away, Sydney; don't you feela secret of the pitiful change that has come ing the bell at the head of the bed, I over the stiff edge of his celluloid collar.A .

JL burnt in the !low ,and near draught? These old houses are none at it with force that
polished grate over our poor darling. Of course I don'tmyself pulled away a dog died in Illinois the other day from
the lace windows that looked out too air tight, and I am chilled to tho seemed the sound did the
draped believe one word about MistressDorothy's breaking as on drinking water in which a flannel shirt
d1 on tho matchless view of hill and dale bone. solemn stillness of the sufficientto
foot- ghost, or any such rubbish. 1 night, had been rinsed. A St. Louis man has
and bosky ravine stood little low rockIng I made no reply, for, as a light the dead. In another moment
a I turned find am a plain, practical woman; and both rouse died of erysipelas contracted from ver-

.w: chair that caught my eyes in an instant tho step cold fell upon my ear of Miss, Amhurst to fixed religion and common sense, it seems to two or three servants headed by Sir digris brass collar button eating into his

gray eyes with subdued but me, utterly preclude the possibility of George, rushed into the room, and there, neck, and a man in Chicago was roastedto

l'. "You see I did not forget that comical full upon my friend, of a hate and tri such a thing. It must have been a in the doorway, as their lights flashed death by the firing of his cotton un-

to+ little Yankee weakness of yours, Sydney unmistakable expression down it, lay a white huddled heap. as'he
dream, an optical illusion, or somethingof upon derclothing dried them before an

6cb dear," she laughed, as I sank into it umph in their handsome the instant cold depths to her, I that kind, that occasioned her terror; "Why, it is Miss Amhurst,Sir George!" open grate.-Tho Spectator.Walt .

Kith a delicious little sigh of satisfaction; which changed on but the effect upon her will be preciselythe said one of the servants, looking from

that, if there is one thing more than an- night" she swept slowly past and went II release her from the morbid super- little stream of blood was trickling. "I Walt Whitman is not without a keen sense

other in which thy soul delighteth, it is up to her room. I stood stition that is killing her. I know that really thought at first that it was the of the humorous. An ambitious young poet
"Good heaven thought, as
a rocker." bridal She do look uncommon called on him the other day to show hint aMa
are Miss Drasdale's sincere friend, specter
after her in blank surprise, "whata I you "
"I don't want to deny it, my dear. staring and troubled I should like it, to be sure in her long bridal tragedy entitled "Columbus. "Mr.
judge, by
And laced remarkable resemblance she bore to the very Whitman,"said he, "I should like to read you
you and strait country- dress and veil!
your pictured face of which we have just been few superstitious weaknesses; there- my drama and get your opinion of its
off.My women have my full permission to sit !I" fore it occurred to me that you The mystery of the ill omened appari- merits."

on Etiffbacked chairs and laugh as much speaking That Miss Amhurst's feelings towards might be able to offer a suggestionthat tion was explained at last. It was "No, I thank you"said Walt "I've been

as you like," I magnanimously returned, I Madeline Amhurst who had been "
her cousin vera anything but friendly I you might possibly think of some per- paralyzed once. Philadelphia Press.

i rocking away as .hard as I was able had from the first but some- way in which to help her. At all events sonating Mistress Dorothy's ghost. The

Everybody Imomr that a rocking chair suspected ; I have been thinking that without let white dress and veil, the powdered hairso Direct,..,ire hat; of the poi! or broad
how I sat the fire in own
Is as over my
about as necessary to your true born ting her know that I have carefully arranged to render her re- trimnua flaring: bhajx. IUODOl'oizc.riLbc! ;>n
room that night, pondering the incident you and of these
Yankee tree branch to frctlvr triWtu 11 :3. Soma
as a swaying a close
hint semblance to painting as as
described the of that sinis- any of all this, you might perhaps ha thick ostrich
r Stalled Another I just memory r a long, plume runabout
monkey. proof, all told its tale and in
should ter, evil glance began to haunt me like a I make some excuse for staying with her possible, ; even the inside brim of the hat which
) not wonder of our monkey chill premonition of evil to come; and at night. Only think of that poor, nervous the first confusion of the surprise I saw gives a soft delicacy to the face outline.

N. 1 I am Burpiiscd )Ir. Darwin, did I child that both Porter and Sir George fully
who in usual to passing it alone1""Set There marked decline In the
not from Porter came as help a popularity
think mention it but ho is wel-
to ; understood the situation.Not .
mo to undress, I discovered, by means your mind at rest on that point, in tho bcveroly criticised decolletebodice.
to the suggestion.My of a few well directed questions, that Mrs. Porter," I replied. "So long as I a word of explanation was offeredto For new gowns the bodice is

toilet accomplished, I went downstairs to Miss Drasdale's return to remain at the Abbey she shall not be left the servants; but Miss Amhurst was cut much higher in pretty heart*hap?

to be mado acquainted with Sir previous alone. I'll take care of that. But for carried up to her own room, where forseveral or fit over delicate gauze and ,lace
Madelino Amhurst had been regarded -
George Miss Amhurst and several other England which drawn clos the
thereat I must have time to think." days she remained slightly .in- guiznpss. are
people as George's
Quests who had been' invited to dinner. .by many throat.

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'. THE FLORIDA STAR. )IR. ELYSPEXCER informs us that the I.I Lake Worth. i TO A SICK WIFE. Dr. R. "9. Hargis, of Pensacoh, &eut

t ;i I loved thee dearly ia thy fresh, brizht youth- a complaint in February the
hotel will be
proposed new at Jupiter not Very dry but nice weather. !U saga
: Thy rounded form and 'witching smile and eye
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. built the south side of the river I general of the marine hospital
on as at Capt. Bradley is improving and en- : Were such as none could deprecate, ia truth- settle.: ,

ELLIS B. WAGER Editor 1 ad Pnlster. fiat anticipated, as the land was held at larging his residence at Hypoluxo. j i I But yet I lo\ed thee most for thy sweet constancy. complaining of the action of the .1 meat
has i can consul general in Rio Janeiro
too fictitious A site been
---- a price. inlet In womanhood I lore thee all the more *
for the
B. started on
Mary j
$1.50 per Annum. leased from the government reservationnear I I i For though thy smile be mellowed aU with care granting a clean bill of health to d
the 16th for Jacksonville. j
the lighthouse, immediately facingthe i en route I. Like evening sunshine on the eastern shore Norwegian bark Enterprise durin t|>,

t Entered at the POll OJfice at Titutrtilea river, with a magnificent view of the I Pineapples are paying well so far, and Yet still thy constancy doth all affliction dare prevalence of yellow fever in that pott

k; Second-Cliff Matter. I ocean. Mr. Spencer says work will be f prospects for an increased acreage an- !! In aU my sorrows h',we'r so ill they be. He received an answer from the depUI ;

4. '! other year are certain. .I In all my labor .g inst the storms of fate. I ment of state, to which the
commenced about the first of
THE STAR i-i the OFFICIAL newspaper : Thy constancy's a beacon o'er the seaTo
M. for Brevard county. and that the hotel will be completed and I A surprise birthday partyasgivenj!I light me sseloto the harbor's gate. referred, stating that the consul genera

ready to open by February first. The to Miss Nellie B. Gale on the Sth, whichwas j i I chide me thaH have not smoothed thy way at Rio had given a satisfactory expIatI-

The of any Star paper has the on the Largest East coast circulation of JTIa building of this immense structure will a complete success and a very enjoy-j I As, in thy constancy, thou wonldst have done tion, and that instructions had eea

y make Jupiter a favorite resort for tourists able afiair. : for me- given so that there would be no r

A SQUAUE Hone Inch In spaces 21 squares i and ,"iitors. especially as the fishing Messrs r..alphlunroe, Richard Corner i j! But, jet, I'te ever loved thee, night: or day-thee for further complaint.lion's .
make a column. ; And ever will I. dearly, whate'r etideth ---
hunting and sailing at that point are Unsurpassed and Brown came up from Miami on the I j -M. --
For artvertMn rates enquire of the Editor I This !
+ always enclosing two cent stamp. anywhere in the State. 10th and visited this section, returningin .

State Xeivs, We olTerOne Hundred
a few days Dollars TIe\Tad

} IT has been decided by Judge McClel The Murder or Bart Johns. County Surveyor Geo. W. Potter was Mr. J. H. Murphy raised by subscription for cured any case of Catarrh Hall's that cannot be

len that there is no right of appeal from Last the Or- M. Wilder the 8400 in Orlando for the benefit of by CHENEY taking Catarrh Cure.
Thursday news came to running lines for A. on F. J. ct Co., Prop's Toledo

jI H p the Municipal Court inPensacola. lando that Tom Bass had killed Bart 10th and 11th and laying off JamesllcFarlane's the widow of Deputy-Sheriff Seth Taylor We, the undersigned; have known
4 in Sanford J. Cheney for the last 15
who was murdered some years, ands
Johns in Oceola the before. \ .
j THE appointment of McMurray as county, day recent purchase.The lieve him"perfectly honorable in all btm.
: weeks
q postmaster at Jacksonville settles that Lewis Johns, a son of the murdered man, Corrinne arrived up from Miamion ago. ness transactions and financially io

tR, uabble. The original appointment was was in Orlando Wednesday, and from him the llth, but did not come in the Mrs. Pratt, an old lady living at De carry firm. out any obligation made by their

I +. continued by Messrs. Parker and Led our reporter gained the following versionor lake-merely anchored off the inlet and Land fell from a chair, Saturday night, WEST & 'fJC AX. Wholesale Druggist

the sad affair: and se"erelsprained one of her hips. Toledo O.
with failing to substantiate! certain proceeded up the coast the next day.
About sunset on Wednesday, July It is feared that the accident will cause WALDIXG, KINNAN & MARVIN. Whole.
We the appointmentforTitufevillettillgoaboutasMrGoodrich Charlie Carlin Pat Lennon
11 charges. suppose brought sale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
10th Bart Johns his and some other her death.
i, + sons down home from Jupiter on the 13th, E. II. VAX HOESF Cashier Toledo &.

F wishes it. It is rumored that l I r. Goodrich men were at work separating cattle on but took him, bag and bagage, back the Judge Lynch, receiver of the Gainesville tional: Bank Toledo, O.

of Mr. Johns' place at Lakeview, near the old land office, was taken violently in Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
appointment him of
now same evening to on a piece the blood mai
C Ab Johnson place about forty miles whichwas acting directly upon and
; instead of Mr. Scrim- Tuesday afternoon. His family,
Charlie Howard State land up the Locohatchee. cus surfaces of the system. Price T5c.

." geour. southwest of Kissimmee. Tom Bass rode side school turnedout expected, very fortunately arrive : per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. 11.
The west
up, accompanied by Henry Rowan and on the afternoon train. .
4 THERE are already eighteen cases Abe Raulerson. Tom at once began to on the 15th and got out the founda- A Nasal Injector free with each bottle of Shfioki
their school build- Last Saturday the country between Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents bold by Dicba
docketed for the first term of County accuse Johns having unlawfully taken tion blocks for new & Grey Tirusnile, Ha
Altoona and Astor was visited by a
Court in Brevard county, to be held the possession of some of his cattle, but Johns ing, work on which will begin betweennow .
cloudburst and entire section
1F. ; first :Monday in August, of which number explained that these cattle (consistnig of and August 1st under the supervision flooded. The, lake near Altoona rose was printed For Dyspepsia guarantee and on Liver every Complaint bottle of Shiloh'lr.yon hlTu

f eleven are for selling liquor; and, three steer, which bore Tom Bass' mark of contractor C. C. Haight. talizer. It never fails to cure. Sold by italics k
four inches in fifteen minutes.It Grey, Titneville, Fla.
no doubt some offenders yet are not "on and brand), had been sold to him by To get out to a depth of three feet of ,

-' the list." If the county should vote Jack Scarborough, who had bought them water in front of his west side homestead, is the intention of the company "Hackmetack,"' a lasting and fragrttt J.em:..
which, has undertaken to drain Price 25 and 60 cent Sold by Diction & ,
; "wet" it is doubtful if there will be near I from Raulerson before Tom had bought Capt. 0. S. Porter was obliged to put his Titusville, Fla CRT

as many cases' of this kind before the i out that mark and brand. Rowan, who wharf out a distance of nearly 250 feet, in Bradford county, to take all the .

courts. Eleven violations of the law in I was Raulerson's agent, testified to the which he has done and finished it off water out of the lake. It will reclaim Shiloh'a Cure will immediately relieve Crop
'Whooping Cough and L'roncbitis Sold
by Dicbco
thousands of of valuable land.
I a "dry" county sounds peculiar. truth of this. Bass, however, was not sat- with a good head. acres & Grey. Titnsnlle. Fla.

: isfied with this and de- There is considerable disease among
I { explanation, There but rather late at-
was a large
f WE to the Town Council en-
hope ee clared his intention of taking the cattle. the chickens in and around Monticello Would you exchange your pale cheek
tendance School the 14th.
force the ordinance now being published at Sunday on for ?
; [{ One peculiarity of the disease is that the rosy ones
Johns told him he would have to do it
It is much desired that who in- Johnson's Tonic vitalizes] the
:" requiring all lots east of DeSoto street toftf everyone blooden-,
I I" q be cleared of brush within the corporate by law, and Bass said that was the way tends to attend will try to get there here- fowls go to roost apparently in perfect riches it. It has no equal as an appe

he was going to do it. health and drop off dead during the tizer. Try it, and, if not satisfied, JOur
limits. While the expense might fall after before the hat is passed around, as
night. refunded. Cures form of
Bass and named Will every
mostly on non-residents, the improved by so doing they will be sure to be in fevers.

of the town and their property then withdrew together and had a secret time for the lesson of the day. Eugene V. C. Myers, of Bronson, was .

rf .. appearance talk. After this Bass was seen to get ina granted a divorce from his wife, Flora E.
: W would fully compensate them for so Shiloh'e Catarrh Remedy positive rare for&
Lake Worth took
{, worse mood than before and he talked The steamer a run Myers, on the 10th of June, in Judge tarrh Diptheria and Canker Mouth Sold by Dick-

': : t small an outlay. Then any danger from more threateningly. Johns went up to to the foot of the lake on the 14th to hunt Finley's court. )Irs. Myers is known to son k Grey Titusville, Fla.
forest fires would be averted. The probability -
for the she lost last winter. The
him, patted him on the knee, and said : screw many Gainesville people as Mrs La- Why will you cough when Shiloh's Cure wm ptl
is though that the town will have immediate relief? Price 10 gold
t hunt was successful but, as they forgotto ct iOcU and $1.
"Xow, Tom, its foolishness for you Forge. by Diction & Grey Tttniville, Fla.
to see that most of the work i is done, and stock their commissary before start- .
and me to fall out; we have been friendstoo The Gould divorce suit has been now --

tax it against the owners. long for that. Come on home withme ing, it was quite a hungry crowd that returned settled. Articles of !separation have The Women Praise B. B.B.

and stay all night." on her in the evening. Nevertheless been signed both by Mr. and Mrs The suffering of women certainly
main of in hot
THE secret
t being happy they reported a fine trip and barr- awakens the sympathy uw
Tom's reply was he could not afford to Gould Mr. Gould Mrs. Gould every
weather Is to bathe often, says the ing the lack of supplies a good time. philanthropist. Their best
Metropolis; also wear lieht clothing that do that; he would camp out in the woods the family residence in Saginaw, Mich., ever, is B._ B._ B. (Botanic Blood Balm}

can be frequently washed and changed, first. lie then jumped on his horse and I At the Sunday morning services at and giving her $50,000 cash. Send to Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Gator ..

called out to his friends: "Come on,boys, I Rev. E. Heyser's a candidate for baptism proofs.
keep a clear conscience and eat verysparingly. It is said that on Saturday last the first H. L. Cassidy Kennesaw... writes:
e we'll get them cattle, referring to the presented himself in the of Geo.R. '
person uThree bottles of B. B. B. cured wife
The less we permit ourselves car load of steel rails arrived in Palatka my
three steers that in Edwick and he wanted of scrofula."
were dispute. as to join the
think about the the less6 shall
to heat
to be laid on the Georgia Southern and
Johns again reminded him that he Christian, or, as it is frequently called, Mrs. R. M. Laws, Zalaba, Fla., writes:
feel it. The more we fuss, fan and worry Florida Railroad. the gang of graders "I have never used anything to equal B.
: must proceed according to law, when Campbellite Church its representative "'
i about thing inevitable, the harder it is will be far enough ahead by that timeto B. B.
Bass cursed him and called him a liar. in the person of ex-Postmaster V. 0. Spencer Mrs. C. II. Gay, Rocky Mount, X. C,
to bear. Take a bath often, wear light permit the layinc of the iron withouta
A similar oath from Johns caused Bassto was given charge of the services for : writes : *Xot a I clothes, eat sparingly l don't worry, and moment's delay. free from headache. B. B. B. entirely
draw his revolver. Johns rushed for the the close of which he
day, proceeded -
have it- i relieved I .1r
take the weather as we now me. tee! like another person.
,. rather warm-and gently and calmly ward and tried to catch the pistol, but into the lake with the candidate and Gaskins, who is to be hanged at De- James W. Lancaster, HawkiniYilk

submit to things that cannot be avoided. Bass pounded him over the head with it, administered:: to him the rite of baptismin Land, is a native of Xorth Carolina, and Ga., writes: "My wife was in a badbeaW] !

cutting the scalp to the bone, and then the presence of quite a number of has been a resident of Florida for five for eight years. Five doctors and mad
patent me'licines had done her no good-
g ,; IT is not definitely known whether operations shot Johns! in the left breast, the bullet spectators. years, the latter two of which were spentin Six bottles of B. B. cured her."

will be continued on the Panama striking his heart. Daytona. He is now a professingchristian. I I Miss Tomlinson.tlant, Ga.,aays:
Here is fish for
p a story as relatedby
you "For
Lewis Johns says he ran forward and Jacob Hammond will be executedat years I suffered with rheumatism
't Canal yet. It H estimated that $200,000-
Capt. E. M. Dimick, proprietor of the caused by kidney trouble and iudiq -
000 will be required to complete it, and caught his father, who exclaimed, "boys, Cocoanut Grove House at Palm Beach. the same time. tion ; I also was feeble and nervous. &

( I am gone; Lewis, go and get Reub and B. B. relieved me at although it'-
a new being organized in once
company Those who know the captain know that, Rumor says that Dr. J. O. Bronson, oral other "
France. Seventeen miles have been Hardy, (his sons). He did not live more medicines had failed.
completed while not George Washington himself, the projector of the Alabama, Florida Rev. J. 31. Richardson. Clariston.

w on the Atlantic coast and five than a minute after the shooting. Ault- he has a G. "9. for his next door neigh- and Atlantic Railroad, now graded from Ark., writes : *-)1- wife suffered'twelre

miles on the Pacific. There is talk of man brandished his pistol and warned years with rheumatism and female: coo-
bor, and we have not only the word of near Eustis fo within a few miles of Al- chorea
the distance of the men not to touch Tom Bass who, plaint. A lady member of my
completing remaining : these two gentlemen but that of their tamonte, has been sold to an English had been cured by B. B. B. She PG'
miles in four Undoubtedly soon after firing the fatal shot, rode
twenty-five -ears rapidly friends and neighbors to vouch for the syndicate with a capital of $10,000,000.This suaded my wife to try it. who BOW sass
this is all "talk." Panama is where away. Aultman waved his hand after there is nothing like B. nIl., JJ *
following, which everyone is to receive syndicate, it is aid, will soon put 11.
+ )Ir. J. F. Le Baron has been located for the retreating murderer, yelling. quickly glher relief."
as solid facts : On the 8th, while Robert the line through.
,, : some time past. He formerly was a rest "Go on, Tom You are a free man, and
Cook was fishing from the Cocoanut Are you made miserable by indigestion C:,
i ident of Indian River and Jacksonville. always will be Xo attempt was madeto Orlando Reporter: Mack Bowen, a negro p olio u, DIziness. Lou of Appetite, Yellow
Grove House wharf, to his surprise begot Shiloh' Vitalizer is Soil W1**"
catch Bass. from Kissimmee, who is in jail here a positive Cure.
bite. It at the end of son k Grey Titnsville Fla.
a being right
iy TilE DeLand .Ytuays the recent A warrant is out for Aultman, who is under sentence of death for murder, is
t! the line he gave a jerk to hook the fish The Rev. Ceo. II. of Bourbon, loi,?
e' election law, passed by the Legislaturewas looked upon accessory. Itis thought quite sick. Robert Bass, who was up Both Thayer BltilcfGnf
myself and wife lives to ;
and the next minute wished he hadn't owe our
directly aimed at the negro '"ote. that he i is at Fort Bassenger. Tom Bassis here from Kissimmee the other day says Consumption Cure.. Sold by Diction ?h
for the the line his usvtlle, Fla.
and as a remedy recommends the educa- thought to be hiding in the Canoe way ran through that a negro of that city has confessed to -
t tion of the negroes. The Republican creek i islands, about fifteen miles :outh fingers nearly charred his finger-nails. He i iI having committed the crime for which -

a party in Florida should thank the Legislature of Kissimmee. There is talk of-organ- I held on, however, and for a while it wasa Bowen was tried and sentenced to bang.

t game of "pull Bob, pull fish." each try-
for enacting a law which will izing a posse of fifteen or twenty men
ing to get the other out of his native element Orlando Reporter: One of the finest
the colored element in and
cause this State capturing him. Tom's brother, John
with honors between the cows ever seen in this section was broughtinto
1 to seek a better education ; for the Republicans is sheriff Osceola county. The report easy two
for time but Bob's town yesterday by Samuel Ham t
some grit finally -
have never been able to ed- is that John is going to resign rather wushrYAL
who has dairy in the south of the
fish's and
over pluckiness by city.
cate them. As soon as the negroes than take his brother.
the of derrick and This cow has been giving +elurnr r"r
;,, ; receive proper education, however, their Tom and his brother John once kept agrocery help a steam strong twenty-two
: chain cable Bob finally succeeded in quarts of milk per day, and Mr. Ham
t political ideas will be so decidedly changed store in Orlando. Tom i i. of
landing on the wharf fine says she gets most of her living out of
as a as
that they will vote the Democratic but of tarpon
nature, late has been goingto
ticket and it in the box the I can be found on the whole Florida coast the grass. Such a cow as this will pay
get "right too. bad pretty fast. Public opinionseems
and the first one that has been caught in for herself in a very short time.
pretty solidly against him in Kis-

: THE editorial page of the last issue of simmee. Bart Johns, the murdered man, II Lake Worth in many a year. By the Mrs. J. 31. Wilson, the noted pineapple I

the Lakeland Cracker contains help of Captain Dimick and such of the
an ex-
has Orange
a great many friends, and his los county, is threatened
tract from a letter written to the New will be sorely felt among the people of I neighbors as had been attracted to the with blindness. While directing opera

__ York Times recently by a fellow named lower Osceola county. He was about spot the fish was carried over to Brels- tions among her plants several days ngc

William Drysdale, in which letter the forty-six years old.-Orange County Re-I I ford Bros. store, where by putting it on she became overheated, which caused an

writer virtually abuses Titusville in the porter.L. their wagon-scales, it was found to weigh affection of the eyes known as irritk Sho

most unmeasured terms. It is so contemptibly just forty pounds! Now if that is not temporarily lost the

0 + written that anyone with good C. Miller, of DeLeon Spring, returned the way to state the fact that Bob Cook I but Dr. Olin is eye confident of entirely restoring -

i k judgment will see that Drysdale tried to from Sanford to DeLeon Wednesday caught a forty pound tarpon from the her sight.Consumption. i

vent his spleen on Titusville because he morning and lay down under a tree Cocoanut Grove House wharf on the 8th POWDERAbsolutely

i had to stay over here on Sunday. With I near the depot. He remained there all inst., I don't know how to tell it. Surely Ctu'ctl.

this fact so evident we have deemed it morning, and those who saw him thoughthe What is the matter with the mails? To THrEDiroB-Please inform your l't"lt

'l, I not worthy of notice,but why should our was sleeping, but some one going up I Sometime everybody get their papers on disease.I have a By positive iu timely remedy use thousand for the botntnwX of harrlpr| .. Pure. ,

brother editor reproduce part of that to him found that he was dead. The verdict Saturday-sometimes they don't. Sometimes cafes have been permanently enr",,'. 1 tlutl ThU sirnterae.'r Tariet A marvel ofa'.ntb
letterj when he must have glad to tend two bottles of my rewtlCl7 yak k Ut ViVv and wtiotaomvneu.lhan .. Mora pa's
certainly un- that the
was deceased of
came to his everybody get their paperssometimes your readers who have consumption If thdr will the onllnarr' kinds and cannot ,toe
derstood the tone of the article by reading : death by the excessive use of stimulating one or two get left. Or ain't it the send. me their express Respectfully and post, offlc. AiUre/ t'onn uUrtu wltU U>, multitude of low test'p4'f'

I______ it ? T. A. 8LOCTJ3J M. c., 1s1. *"UBt, mlum or,'hollt'hat pofrders.i
through drinks. mails anY1\"ayT SAM. 3t Pearl t, New lint', can., lloytl lUklug birder Co.. JON n '
ew York.


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II. C.. Starch
G-.f Erevud ti Seer strict Drenrd Co.Ab Manufacturer! of fine Havana and Domestic :STILXJXrGr TA L OR9

lreft.trad eo. Cigars. Trade supplied with fine ,
& GRAHAM, hand made goods. Orders promptly filled. Cocoa, Indian River, Florida.: ,f
BOBBINS Factory at Malabar, Fla. 28 '_ .


_- TTrUsVILLE,Brevanl Co., Florida. N A U 12A'
P'0.Bo of the Seventh
See in all the 'oontie
crcuU WiD 1"4'ln: sadnS the Supreme and Perfecting Court Land Special Titles facili- NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
tift for dens whetted from Claimauta and Heir Hardware Stoves Tinware
to Loan. 12 Crockery
W pui'..OrantL Money THE PIONEER AGE\CY.
L. A. GIXGHAS, For terms and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN ,


r.ock Ledge, Florida. Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla. Oils, Glass and Putty, -
= -
L. .
D. A. FROSCHEK, Plumbers' and Mill '

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Titusville, Florida, BARBED WIRE, .

Titusville, Florida. Keeps of metallic and wooden Supplies, '

THRASHER, Coffins Cases and Caskets. WIRE NETTING .
A.I. Doors Sash Blinds WIRE

ATTORNEYVAT-LAW, Funerals attended if desired. All or- and CLOTH,
p. 0.Box 20. SANFORD, FLA.ww'pneUoe ders promptly executed, and at reasonable -
In all the counties of the Seventh
Circuit and Supreme Court. 3AuJEN rates. Embalming done. BRICK LIME CEMENT GrLLJ:1S: ,

: : E. HEYSER t O. J'. 33CIE2OTOIEI.: ,

Altoraey-aHaw and Conveyancer. Hardware and FISHING TACKLE.

lake Worth Dade County, Florida.
Ship Chandlery: Goods
Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade ,

County lands. General Produce : Agents for ALABASTIXE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Company

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

Attornc)' -Lavr, MERCHANT. Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Coffins and Casket

Tltwville Florida. Melbourne. Florida ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A SPECIALITY.

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


H9 practice in all the Court of the Seventh Judicial STILING & TAYLOR.
Orcnlt of Florida. DRY GOODS NOTIONS
4J.a pox 229. nTUSVILLE FLA.

DENTAL OFFICE OF Hardware, Crocker Saddlery,
Stationery, Family Medicines & EU"DGE ,
DR. l. T. DANIEL, Garden Seeds, ,
trill be at the Grand View Hotel, Tituirille. on CHOICE GROOERIES, Dealers in .
U* First Monday each Month, for one week:or
elicited,and all work guaranteed
or* Patronage
UUutUbctorjr. 11 Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.


}' ,President.


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

Hirer City Hotel. GENERAL :I3L3.RDWAR.Sash : .
Quality of work unsurpassed. 8 ,
Titus"ille, Florida.A ,

J I F. LEWIS, GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN- Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.TCefrigerators .

CiTil Eipeer and Sniroor
fT11ustllle Exchange bought and solil. Special and
Flo.T inpmpt attention given to collections. Loans P AIJXrTS AND OILS
negotiated on flrbt mortgage for Savings ,
) B. BURCHFIELD, Banks,Corporations and Individ uals. Inter
cat allowed on time deposits. Water
I Advances mado upon available collateral. Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders Approved business papel"idI coonted. ,
Drafts on all parts of Europe.
by mail will receive as prompt Business Every favor done,at consistent Jacksonville with rates.sound Screen Wire,.,Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors.
attention as calls in person. banking, cheerfully extended.

Address: Georgiana, Fla. CORRESPONDENTS:Bank of Jacksonville,
Jacksonville, Fla.; The Seaboard National POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. .
LA RUE P. ELY, Bank,New York. 23

Notary' Public for the State at Large. HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN

Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist. RIVER BAKERY
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER 1 We will Keep on Hand Every Day PORTER & POTTER

of finish over a specialty.80 years' experience. Natural FRESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES, NEW DRUG STORE Yacht Sail-makers I ,

Melbourne, Florida 6
-_ ETC. ALSO 84 & 85,South St., New York, Real Estate Dealers
A OTIC C. k Has on hand a Fine Assortment of AND ,

July 6th, ISSU.I / FRESH DRUGS. Lake Worth Dade Co., ria.
Notice. Is hereby given that the follow- and other Drinks YACHT BASIN, BROOKLYN.
[I Dg Dimed settler has filed notice of his ,
to make final In
proof>> support
of hit ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT TO CURE the Diseases for which
ela'm' and that said proof will be
made they are Recommended.If Particular attention given to Pleasure FOR $3,000.
A. A. Stewart, Clerk Cir-
tolt Court ATTENTION. AFTER USING ANY OF THEM, YOU Boat Sails of all descriptions. 50 ,
at Thusrille, Fla.on August
KM,1880, viz: William A. Shle pp of ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THE RESULT:; ELIilELlLOC.TEDi
Pierce Fla., H. E. Xo. 10471 for A. M. Hamilton & Co. ; f
tel.1 of S.w. \ Sec. 10, Tp35, s. H. PROPRIETORS, FUNDED. i
"We have no cure-alls, but a different -
lie TITUSVILLE, FLA. Remedy for Each Class of Diseasefor TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
names the following witnesses to ORANGE GROVE
provehii continuous residence upon and 40 Affections of the Liver, Lungs,Heart !
aeration Of said land, viz: John RichKV'S. mil Kidneys; for Female Complaints; and Wholesale Dealers in ,
Bell B. F. Darling. James also Ointments for Eczema, Ringworm,
all of Fort Fla. INDIAN RIVER HOTEL Tetter and other Diseases of the Skin. .I
Oljutead Pierce, ON INDIAN RIVER,
Give them be
Any person who, desires to protestgjtnst a trial and you will not Indian River Oysters

the allowance of such proof, or disappointed. i IN FINE THRIFTY CONDITION.
knows of any substantial reason,
11Dder the law and regulations of tho In- Titusville Fla.:0 J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist,
Jwf Department, why such proof shall : ,
110th *llowctli will! be given an oppor- TITUSVILLE, FLA. 7
tan uy at the above-mentioned time and :- Green Turtle and Game. Two Hundred in Good Ee rn;.
Place to cross-examine the witnesses of PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup
hid claimant and to' ofler evidence In YEAR ROUND.
rtttta1 of that submitted by claimant. OPEN:0 Barrels $2.25. All orders will receive prompt and careful at-
tention whether
__ S. C.TUCKER, Register. :-- Gauged to order, ten cents extra. letter or telegraph 17 WILL GUARANTEE A NET INCOME -

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

!notice u bereby g teen that the following- honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers June 28th. 1889 /
*zned settler has filed notice of his inten- from 2.00 up. Notice is hereby given that the follow
tiea. _to make final proof in support of his B. SA OKETT ing-named settler has filed notice of his ADDRE5:;,
"' and that said )roof will be made be- Tanksand intention to make final proof in supportof
lore d.A.Stewart, Clerk Circuit Court, at Proprietor.. all kinds of COOPER WORK to order. his claim and that said proof will be LOCK BOX 246, TITUSVILLE,
made before Stewart. Clerk of the
A. A.
ITUTlHFlai on August 24th, 1S89, viz:
House recently T. JOIIXSOX, Circuit Court Titusville,Fla.. Au- FLORIDA. 9
(K 8 Janes,of Titusville, Fla., H. E. This Newly-Built just at on
SSS5,1"the lots 2.3 and 4 of N. E. I Opened, is now ready to receive the patronage LaGrange, : : Florida. gust 22, 1SS9, viz: A. A. Hollinquist, .I

li0 i E. 4 of S. E. i of Sec. 33, Tp. 34, S. Indian River.of all those traveling to and from Xo.Courtney.13.S43 Brevanl for the COUI1T'. ..., Tp.Fla.23., H.R.E.36:1

He names the following witnesses to It is delightfully located within about EACOTT & CO. E.. W h of N. E. } and "". i of S.E. $. ST. LUCIE HOUSE
Prom He the following witnesses to
hh continuous residence upon and 100 feet of the river, and always receives names ,
n olt of Mid land, viz: J. Q. hug- full benefit. of the cool Atlantic Ocean TirUSYILLE, FLA., prove his continuous residence upon and
Ems cultivation of, said land vii:
,vil1e, Fia.I r Indian River Florida "
D. '\
; hay,Georgi- breezes ,. ,
Las, R. J. IJaRoche. )I. S. Sams, Archie
T. WA.A.Uendry.6t. Lucie Fla.; The Patronage of the People of the TIN&SHEET-IRONWORKERS.
:McRae, Frank LaRoche, Courtney,
&loe, St LUCIe, Fi a.theda river is specially solicited. Any person who, desires 'to protest Having been 'Fe-Furni-hed, is NOW

Pin since who*such desires to protes who against knows TABLE SERVED WH ALL THE against the allowance of such proof or :
Proof or GUTTERING ROOFING Management
f III lU who knows of any substantial reason
'gad ngulatronsof reason the,Interior under the law MARKET AFFORDS. \ And Manufacturing of Tin Ware* under the law and regulations of the,Interior :I:
"by Depart- Pool and Bath-rooms Department, ,why such proof
loch Swimming supplied
"ed proof should not be alahoy. should not be allowed.will,be given an JAMES PAL
,win be gin" an opportunity at theUmt with Bait and Sulphur Artesian GALVANIZED WORK,, ;

ametttioned and place to crossclaimant Voter connected with the House. free to -, ', And. Repairing of all kinds and opportunity place to kat cross-examine the above-mentioned the witnessesof time 'Proprfetur. v .. "f "

10 ore.-ethe denoe wltneuesof said and all guests. ., ; .. said claimant,and to offer evidence in '. ,-:'
-.. in rebuttal of that subsni BY THE, WEEK '\ : 1 I" rebuttal of that submitted by claimant. St..Lucie : -Fl rlda.J .
b SrEOI"L .
u. 'claimant 8. 0.TUCKER, Register... :, RATES OR..MONTH. 12tf Location, $, MAIN'ST., near river.82'I 11. S. C.,TUCKEB,Register.\. ;:')/ :; >..;: ::; \ ;., >" ;: :3'


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I ments for three weeks, appearing at ,, they are TuSsi1 disposed and new?angle i I Indian River'Steamboat Co.i I RAY & BRYAN

2 DETECTIVE DOWNEY. church only and in a ravishing mourning I by their functions are apt to make ,

'OStume, those people who troubled themselves obnoxious to the responsible i A : "VVel1

themselves at all about the 3iorrisons'affairs I employes just as an in-coming minister !i i 1889. I eS17::
assumed that the expectations had may bother the permanent officials in an Schedules in effect :MAY 12,
office of the state who naturally know a
probably fallen in. This notion was !1 STEAMER ST. LUCIE,
deal better than he how its busi- i IRRIGATION COKTRAC10HS
I. confirmed when from Mrs. Mornison'stemporary great Leaves TI1Ts\ E.................... 6am I
ness ought to be done, or I It'ft undone
she with the
eclipse emerged
: Arrive :\Ielbourne..12 noon Solicit Correspondence.
added of several diamond Mr. :Morrison had bHn hin iiLirly; fortunate at
situated in a felicitously or- I I
chosen namentsof remarkable beauty and value in his directors for M>MUi'an>; ; Returning: T1TUSYIXXE: FLORID.

part of an emi -and admitted to an early caller that they had every reason u Ustiisi. :iwl |I I 3 Leaves Melbourne.,.................12 noonArrives I 53
with results as lhes wi n I is.l! :* =,in
the stcaes formed of Ie
nently genteel part a acy. Titusville................. G m I
a,,. suburb which I I "My poor uncle Count \\alsh-you them; boaeof them knew uuhi:; at p :t "FR I I OST LINE" TO Tllii FRONT

shall be called may have seen the announcement in the banking business and UiJ n..t w..;.: to I i Above daily except Sunday. I
I.I Vienna their ignorance to a nominal sviu- i -
out oP its proper papers-died at having remem expose !i STEAMER GEORGIAXA i
i I bered me most; generously in his will ordinate who was an expert, :th.T- n;iso Having Purchased the "Frost Line"
1 name for obvious :i much to do of luit .;, Leaves Melbourne..................... 53 m t
An Irish name? Yes. dear Mrs Den- greater momi-m and feeling the necessity of keeping
reasons was ............... S np
their attendance at the board meetings i Arrives at Jupiter....... p m
a desirable residence. :: ham the Wakhes were of Irish origin, i I her past Good Reputation IS a Swift and

1+ Its designation !: but one branch of the family has been of D."the was stable merely and steady perfunctory.going "U. The and !i Mondays, Wednesdays: and Fridays. Great Courier, I ask of the people a Continuance

;I was preposterous i I settled in Austria for generations Of chairman too was a comfortable :, Returning : of their Good Favor.
I very
but : course the diamonds are only what 1 person who made: unctuous speeches, ';| LeavesJupiter........................... Dam- Will Make Contracts for
I .: that did not matter suburbs have a chartered like to think of as the sentimental" portion liked a florid tone in the report, and was :' Arrives: at Melbourne................. S p m

__" e names right There to silliness were admiring in the matter friends of of i;, Very of my gratifying dear uncle's indeed legacy.," said Mrs immensely popular with the sharehold !1 Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Delivery of Lumber and Large

dome Mrs. Morrison who held Dunham, reflecting the while on the presumable I ers. In fact up to a recent period. : JK2T Connection i is made at Titusville

.....- ., i ifrwas original and sweets satisfactoriness of the substantial I things at the hUt and D." had been lika :: with trains of the J., T. & K. W. Sys- Cargoes
_ it an equally I Mrs. Gamp's slumbers at The Bull Hol- item all Xortb and at ,
and from
f of hers call the brand new villa, ; portion. "Then you were a Walsh ;s to points ,
t with s all the modern to improvements! and "Oh, no," replied Mrs. :Morrison witha I born, too comfortable toast; but a Ilea i Jupiter with daily stage for Juno (Smiles Anywhere up o Clown Indian Pacer
I! vacancy in the directorate had occunx :i where connection is made with
broad calm smile of "theWalshes ) before
f the day-after-to-morrow's fashion in decoration. explanation s Be sure you see me closing contracts
r. : mothers early in lSS-. and Mr. Morrison was be- : the steamer "L'lke'orth" for all land-
_, for the are ray l'Ol'Ie-1 ama I elsewhere.
Quorn Lodge among ,
the director who had Worthi .
ginning to regard ins on Lake
reminiscences of her unmarried i Prothero. Mrs. Morrison's: way of i ;:I i
t. glowing been elected in the of the I i
I this place entirely ;!, Respectfully,
saying conveyed so agreeable an impression -
['Stateoth which Mrs. Morrison was 1 harmless B. WATSON. SurerintendeutrG.
I deceased fellow.If .
as a pestilent
Ri"ersideI of frankness that Mrs. Denhaiu
the elite of ROGERS
t feats wont in to the hunting field figured con- felt thereafter she knew all about the ; Mr. Trehu tic had tren as well informed : D. ACKERLY, Gen. Pass. Agent.D. J. ,

:i >fpicuowJyow it is well known that if I Walshes' and Protheroes She. however i. as he was: inquisitive he mighthave F. JACK, General Manager. 4 Owner.

of together with the rest; of the Morrisons' induced Mr. Morrison to make up
there is no more effectual means con- I ----- --- -- -- -----
tOCiethad to take both families : his mind upon a point which he was in '
veyii.; a suggestion that one is of"coun- FOR SALE.A
ty" antecedents than free and familiar ; cn trust; for never were people so free : the habit of revolving, but in this respect -i $500.00 Reward

use of the jargon of hunting, especially from ties of kindred as the fortunate : the manager had the advantage of I i. With evidence to prove that any remedy in this tract of land on Indian River in the
t. all owners of Quoin I ;xlge. Of all the ;; the director, and beyond inspiring Mr.Morrison wide world equals Johnson Chill and Fever Tonic county of Brevard. consisting: of 88
when the listeners know nothing
in the treatment of chill a&d fever and all malarial)
# with intense dislike of him Mr. acres; it brim: lot N o. 3. and south hall
about packs and meets,runs and blanks. numerous visitors to the villa at Riverside ; troubles. Price oo Ltut Money' refunded if not
; not one claimed relationship with Treherue had not as n t seriously disccots1uu'd satis&ed. of the northeast quarter 01'section 35,
and are bashfully concerning 1-
: that cautious and long sighted and lot No. 3, being the southwest quarter
brushThe its genial master and his handsome wife.
the difference between a pad and a Tallahassrt'.la..
of the northwest of section
Morri The early sun has rarely shone a 1 perMju. He had however, made himself I quarter
handsome and Mrs. upon .
dashing I particularly obnoxious to the manager ; "'; hnU''s., (Chill and Fever Tonic" need no 30, both in township 31 south, rapseS:)
son was somehow understood to Live more comfortable spectacle than the pai'bin,; bv the rtuiler: it advertises itself Mrhere- This is desirable piece of
;.; the board meeting held on the i uid. W. A. BAWLS.Sauford east. a very
dining room at Quorn Lodge presentedon ; ever
"come down" in position by : marriage hammock soil of rich quality, suitable
nothing one fine summer's morning in ISSo, ,: particular; day at which this simple story I
with Mr. Morrison, who had -
:Fla. for the raising of all tropical fruits. la
4 with Mr. and Mrs Morrison seated at ; bas arrived and it was with an ill regulated I
deal of the
+ of the county, but a good ; satisfaction..E. PHILIPS. i situated at the Narrows, near Enos pos'
I sensation of irritation that Mr. It ghtexcellent
1 !
counting bouse, about him. and the impression their invariably early breakfast; one at i. I office. Will sell cheap for cash. For
due that sweet either bide of a luxuriously spread round Morrison saw Mr. Treherne step into the 3Iaili Fla.
was mainly to : table placed in the deep bay of a window .I I compartment of the train in which he I
idea of calling the villa Quorn Lodge. Your Tonic given excellent satisfaction. Hav'nt I E. M. LOW.
"As a tribute to the memory of my dear which opened upon a terrace garden -. had already taken his place, and heard ; heard a word of Nmpl: 4t. KANDELL POPE I Sept. 3. Brockton.Mass.XOTICE. .

hunting days-I hope you don't think it : rich with roses The handsomeMrs. his cheerful remark that he was going :

+ foolish?" she would say, with a glance Morrison was one of those exceptional I out- of town for- a- week. I II Lake City, Fla. -

t ; i from her dark eyes and a flash of her women who look well in the T'J <*.' A.nt;_'"< I. It gives satisfaction to\LXER all who BliOS.try itCH & PRICE.= In County Court Ercnird County, Florida.C. .

.' i white teeth, which largely aided the morning; she always slept soundly she __ i D. Pangle ")

male auditor to think it a capital notion. never fretted about anything or any- I iI Oeala, :Fla. vs. >A body; her style of morning dress was .
to Mother J
Advice G. J. Hardee.
neighborhood I Your Chill and Fever Tonic is selling beyond my
I I perfect, and remarkable for its costly ,, direWXc Luw'soozttMGSTs1PShonlda1Trn7sbe teeth. It re1 1 e1 ectation. Gives emro batiafaction. Not a single It appearing from the} affidavit i of Jaws

1 all that anybody could want to know simplicity; she invariably began the day j'' beret used the when Uttle sufferer churn.:we once cutting itproducesnitural, i ij' ', bottle bas been returned. ED. DELOUEST. T. Sanders, attorney for plaintiff in the

r about Mr. Morrison was easily to be I l I with entire self complacency and we I quiet sleep.and lhe little cherub&.wakeS&i bright |I II above entitled cause, that the defendant

learned. He was a good looking, well L I all know that there is nothing more becoming soothes as a batten.the cb.adsoftenstheguni8alUysallpain" It is very pleasant to taste. .It, I. Lakeland, Fla. therein named is a non-re>ident of the State
The a.ed.ciue is a good Mller ard h:given entire and that his residence is -
i dressed man of about 45, in Sunshine outside and sunshine I regulates the bowels and is the best known reined y j of Florida unknown
prosperous for diarrhoea, whether arising' Iron teething ti.act101 JOSEPH and that he is 21 of
W'I' : over age.
I I inside an I'I'I years
whose manners the observant might atmosphere perfumedwith I ether causes. Twenty-five ctata a bottle. I motion of it is or.
4 I rose scents everything good to eat I UjKm
and :
have found a cerb watchfulness dered thai the said defendant G. J. Hat
.i! guardedness combined with rather laborious at breakfast that could be wished for bya 10,000 AGENTS WASTED t i.;si': t:;.l! :F SALE .\TS'RE"L't.S dee do plead, answer or demur, to com
a pair who held identical views on the DELL STORK.Tituiik .
politeness-somethingliketheman- I I i ONLY AITHENTIC. Complete jt:: (. \lhic I plainant's declaration herein filed on or be-

ner of the obsequious yet peremptory i l I rank and importance of eating among HISTORY OF THE JOHKSTOf FLOOD. Florida.90S l j I iuretherirst Monday in August next orsaid

persons who "walk" the great shopt- the pleasures of life some agreeable ,: -__- _-- _-_- n -_- I declaration will be taken as confessed; provided
very clever in business and notoriously matters to talk over, postponed from l'rofulv Illu..trHt Hl -*itiiw. of all orts I J.I that publication of this order be
I Mighty
the Terrible s. s of
with en. _
devoted to his handsome wife. His actual '. yesterday on account of last night's din- I I Inundation. 1: no.. 400 ?*,DES. Pn$1.50.. i c.-' Sevrl To at *. made once a week for four c etutiTe
scheme for Mr THors.sWANT IT DEMANDis trade m Ha.e..I..FRHB weeks in the FI-OKIDA STAB.a '
position was that of manager of the ner party a charming I i LIBKRAL T>JIVL> newspajier
and Downdale bank in Morrison's very short vacation to be I IMMENSE. Send qM..'tty 3o cent*for Outfit to I t and p-c gvodt wh.r the pcopWcaa Ice published in the city of Titusville in said
Uphill Magog ;i I J W. KEELER4CO,, 523 Chestnut St.. Phila., Pa. toes w.will M.d free to... circuit.
street E. C. trusted and flourishing elaborated-it was quite idyllic, after .r... is act Ioclit7aa
vet. of
nt wwi.t-o.dia. Done and ordered bme this 2nd day
although not of old stand- the manner of the modern idyll, in which all UM utachaKaU. .
concern, very .
1 4 .. A. D. lbS9.
PARKER'SHAIR'BALSAM W win*lao M d fr a covpict July
ing as tho longevity of banks_ counted, j I the poetry is mostly left out. The conjugal itia.of ow latet.raw.s.tthatoashow costly and vmta be art A. A. STCVTABI,

"'r to whose prosperity the experience and talk was very cozy and confidential Cleanses and beautifies the hair. pleL waU.a tixw who Clerk County Court Lrevard Co., Fit
ability of Mr. Morrison had largely contributed I and Mr. Morrison started u> catch Promotes a luxuriant growth. k m&y tali aU at toall your b.oom.oar base sad after ewa 3moottu James T. Sanders Plain tf's Att'v.11

and he had occupied that well his train in due course; only a blight Never Fails to Bettor Gray property. This rimad BMCkta* M -
Hair to its Youthful Color. 11I&4.alter 1M HLaper pasts
paid for live previous to his deviation from custom had distinguished [PreTenta D&ndraiX and fading ,,1 cIa bar*rma omt:befor*p&1ft1a Notice of Attachment.
1 post years __ .
f i_ 500 and Ei. criI' t na Milt IOId for S93 with tb
his the morning from iU predecessors. It .rtaehmcata gad .aclla for
and the of household taw
setting -
marriage up ....... cad
&:iO.B *t,atrpagwt, In County Court, Lmard County
t gods at Quorn Lodge,an event now ; was Tuesday morning. Mrs Morrison f FRE tal maclaiDe ta UM world. AU U
}i had not glanced at "What the World No capital reqmtrcd. a. State of Florida.C. .
kT fi\years old. brief iBJtracooa pv n.TboM who wnM to a>at oaca caD
and out little bits of information curs free ta* bat MwtaK-aaacaia ta ta. world sad the D.
The brand new villa had been improved Says, picked Cne. !ime of work*of Piingle ) AsumpL
; and beautified with each succeeding : for the benefit of her husband TU(JE dt CO.. oz 7W,a1.uguMa,Yarn vs. .1-

i year, for Mr. Morrison liked :I who reserved his serious newspapers for fHTflLD IvliSEHlES G. J. H.irdee. j Dunages-82"J.J.

comfort in its most advanced forms I: railway reading.ThenIrs.. Morrison To G. J. Jhrdfe
i?: Resulting from the Errors of Tooth Folly,Vice I& You are hereby notified that a writ of
Mrs. Morrison too of refined took The World, after Mr. Morrison'sdeparture Patterson Mineral Springs.Buildings
was person up norance,Ac.,may be cured at home without fail or attachment has been issued against rOil
tastes and it was now as nearly perfecta ;I she found that it offered its exposure. Infallible and COD deDdal. Larce! satisfy
i. Treatise,300 pages,oaly$1 by mail sealed,postpaid. <. and your prop erty attached to
residence of its kind and pretensions readers the tempting primeur of a romance Small book, with endorsements of the press,free. the demands of C.D.* Pangle in the sum

C3 could be found within two hours' i in real life; it was not a story Send now.WJLParker Address,Xo.4 the Peabody Bolfinch:Medical St.BoBtoa Institute M4M., Enlarged. of $22.5 (two hundred and twentyfifeI
drive of Park Corner. The house iI without an example but it or Dr. > I
I Hyde I was striking 1 I I -:0Cll.ig :- dollars). Now, unless you shallappetfj
was largo and commodious; the taste- enough. A man of old family and long i HINDERCORNS. plead or demur to the declaration tU
and descended been I: ea Lcat of Firt-Ciai Springs therein in the office of the Clerk of tW
fully laid out lawn gardens, the estate, having persistently 1I The only are Care for Corns. Stops!all PAblo Ensure any
1 I
r modest show of glass, the admirablyrontri"Cd robbed during the whole of his I 1 I Comfort to the feet.1501 at Druggists. HnooxAC
stable and coach house, not to I I. minority by his guardian-who, when : CONSUMPTIVE on or before the lirst Monday in Angus**

bo suspected from the front of the house, accounts had to be rendered squared Hare TOQ Coaffb.Bronchitis, Asthma, InoigeFUont taePARltltR'a In I Foil View l of the Bine RMp the same being the 5th day thereof, !1'
I cured of Lord 1SS9 +
I OIM Q R TOIM pTjtt >M the year our ,judgment
tho well shrubberies had 'I them with a revolver-had betaken him I I .
kept a general the worn east and is the best remedy or au ills arismz Mmlltaill3 *
be rendered against and your
nutrition. lafceintime. Me andlA0.HIRES you
from delecUTO
and brder which implied self the of Victoria
t air of completeness to colony with the I erty will be sold to satisfy said deuua*

'i,. vigilance and taste on the part of startlingly small sum of ready money Four Miles:: south of Shelby, X. C. on JAMES E. BOWMAN, Sheri

; : the owners of all these good things but I which could be rescued and had been Charleston, Cincinnati & Chicago Rail James Sanders, Plaintiffs Atty. I1Dixox

_ .t also meant money. Mrs. Morrison's pretty lost sight of and forgotten for many a road. Patterson station,one-half mile of -

little open carriage her pair of ponies ,I I year. What The World had to say of I Springs. HAS

the neat brougham which conveyedher j'i Charles Barrington was that after a long I II f, TO THE AFFLICTED. n R

to dinners and theatres: in town, her I period of patient, but not highly remunerative :, 25 HIRES'IIPRO\ED us Physicians will tell you that the Ingredient EN
TO iYTtlEo
: unimpeachable toilets,concerning which i 1 i industry, he had suddenly I: contained in thoe Waters are in their FAIL 706Ew rER10R H GC,

she would observe, with the glance and !. become wealthy by a vast legacy, He ROOT BEER!! effect Aperient, Diuretic, Tonic and Alterative U 1TI ANY .

f the dash before mentioned, "I always I I I had been in the employment of one of I II I' making it Natures Remedy for CuRES iotDttrx c C0.1T03

dress so simply, you know I love 6 m- ;y I the great squatters a childless man, had IN LIQUID NOS02URC EASILY MADE Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Disease of the MWY F

l'licity"-these also meant money. It had I won his confidence and now found himself THS PACKAGE MARES FIVE CAttQtit I II. Kidneys Liver. Bladder, and all cases, of DAYS

happened once that a man who had been his heir. The World had further to RVG 6Ql14Yl Debility and Weak Constitutions which

dining at Quorn Lodge,where very good say that Mr. Barrington was eager to I I. OfJrANQ 1 9 Y6' I II need Stimulant, and in Rheumatic and & GRAY, Wholesale Agents.

dinners were given and capital Saturday- apply a portion-it would not really be''I Scrofulous Affections.

to-Monday house parties were an institution I a very serious portion-of his great I'I'I TO THE PUBLIC.We NOTICE.All .

during the season, remarked with I I wealth to the redemption of his ancestral :1! Roo1' are so situ3t.J.-owin to the Springs concerned will now U*|
with Farm attached from which persons
languid: and transient curiosity to a fel- : estate, and would probably mako i of we get notice that six months after date,I JJ
our supplies doing a the
tow that he wondered how Morri the ancient and but great part ne County
guest picturesque, long uninhabited -i ii cesuyiork during the the : present to lIon Minor S. Jones
son did it, for it was well done good j I i manor house of Draxton his :I iBEERI open, we can favor our Patrons with Judge of Brevard county, Florida W

form all round must cost a deuce of a I principal residence much to the advantage i the Best Mineral ".ater, the Most; Wholesome final vouchers as administrator, witn WJ

s lot, and they had never heard that Mor of the county of Norfolk which .:I :"as most APPETIZING and WHOL2SOUZrS2 : Food and First-Class Accommodations will annexed, of Thomas Xew, WtbSS

risen had money. To this it had been had suffered for several years from the I. P BA2iCB DRINK: In the world. orRyn. I at the following extremely Low Prices: said: Brevard county deceased lettf
suggested by the other party to the conversation extinction of a former foyer of refined I I eta DAT. at the same time I will apply for
i!I R Ask your Druggist or Grocer for it. i When One Per!!rn occupies room, $ 1 50 dismissory from such adJDm tr:1tion.
that it was a deuced good thingto hospitality and Conservative influence.
44 Two Persona
occupy rocm, i 25SO This March 13.1SS9.Wjf. .
bo in a bank, because you could always What a lucky fellow," thought Mrs i c. E HIRES, PHILADELPHIA i PElt "EJX" MCCKACKE

get to know what was going on, Morrison, as she laid down the newspaper When.. One Two Person or more occupies occupy:, $7 t 00 4S-6rao. Administrator, ctfrRESOIXTIOX

. don't you know, and there were windfalls and took up her flower basket and I eta :!XOXTH8 Days). .- ---

4 to be had perpetually. His com scissors, preparatory to her daily raid When. One Person occupies room. $?3 00
I .a. Tvoor more occupy room. 25 00
panion looked doubtful of the soundness upon the roses. "And what a prize Pills Children 8 to 12 ye&r**old half price; a to 6 years
of this observation but propounded the matrimonial! There's nothing about a utt"s fourth price. SCIT&DU,special rates in accordance Patted by the Town CumcR ol a pfd lJf
to errvice rendered In caring for room of.
bright idea that no doubt Morrison had wife. The chase of the colonial Cra sus family or person they are vith held June 13, 1889.

got money with ." And then, in will be as funny as a New York competition Where there are a family of fire or more, or a Resolved that the Town Clerk notiff
party of friends from the name town or section, ,
the unaccountable way in which impres- for a live lord." And then she FOR TORPID LIVER. who will occupy one large room, a redaction of ten all parties owning vacant lots 'tt *rl

sions do get taken up and statements forgot all about The World's primeur.. j '" per cent.will be made. town between DeSoto street *a"-fiai

spread, it became accepted in the Morri Mr. Morrison had a busy day of it. A torpid,and liTer deroxi c9 the whole system per CAMS week cr three S-rocx.-Horses.dollars; per month per day, ten, fifty dollars.cents; River to cut down all brush and

- sons' society that Mrs. Morrison hada The Uphill and Downdale bank had producesSiQk AMUSEMENTS: AND EECEEATIOX.Bowling and clean up said lots within the >*r-o-

good deal of money, presumably of"county" been turned into a limited liability company Headache they Lawn Tennis Croquet. Foot-Ball 30 days, to protect the town from*
and Indoor Games of all kind of fire. Upon the failure of**? **
origin and expectations as on the death of one of the partners ger $
Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheumatism TEAM: One Horse and Boggr. When two will their IoU
welL No distinct assertion on these in, the original firm, In whose employment contract to use it id ly for one or more boor each. son so notified to clean up shall S1't
Mr. Morrison hId been Sallow Skin and Piles. day. fifteen cents pet hoar for each person. the time specified the Council
points was ever traced- to either the husband from his Address: the same done and the charges and1

or the wife but when, at the boyhood>: One of the drawbacksof There is no better remedy for these W. G. PATTERSON thereof shall be alien against. .
of London the a limited liability concern from common diseases than TatVs LiTer like J S' '
,,!height one season hospitalities a to be enforced by the town In -
Pills,as a tr1a1.mpzoon. Price,25e.
of QUOTA Lodge were suspendedand certain point of view, Is that it implies a her with mechanic's lien

Airs Morrison, canceled her ems' directorate_ ; Jordirectprstespecianj if ,Sold Everywhere. Cleveland County, N. C. 10-2m Attest J. P. BLAKE Towni ,

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-: ; inrite the Trade to consider my \ THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA. AGENTS WAITED. Only ?1T3.,
. Stock when ,
and Very Complete : .

).1 desiring karge to PurchaseShoes '. 1 s. H. RAY A. B. CAMPBELLJacksonville EARTH SEASKY

,," \.1 i or Marrels of the Universe;a graphic description ot
} the wonderful things in Nature;thrilling idrentarcd
I on Land and Sea-renowned discoveries of great ex
Fla. plorers. Published in English and German. (62 paceS2y -*.
illustrations. A GREAT BOOK TO S2XT Illustrated -
circulars and extra terms to agents FEEL
GROCERIES Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., FORSIIEC K HcJIAKLV. Cincinnati.: C.

.' / Knabe Pianos, Weber Pianos, Haines
"'- Bros.' Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox & FPERFECT)

TITUSVI LLE, FLA. White Organs and Chicago Cottage COFFEE MAKER.
I A new invention for making
Organ: f Coffee and Tea,better than anything
DRY GOODS V'." I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest Cotfee now and in can use be;used saves with X of any the
"'. : station High} GradePIANOS Coffee or Tea Pot.Sample will be
sent by mail for twenty cents m
stamp Agents Wanted to
send for fall particulars of this
and other fast selling articles.
: f ICan'l Forshee McMakin,Cinclnnatto.
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31:Solid Gold
Merchandise Sold for 91 Ui>.until
a S Beet I'eff"J'J", timekeeper watch ia the watch'FRH I

lanted. heavy 5u14 t.o,,J
Hats O : Hunting Cuu. both LA J.!>
J land .
,5 f enu'aizcs with rt j
l and cues .f equal va.uc.
STORE. ..... .f \ Onelenoninudalurslliy -
can Keore one free.p.zrtYer ,
. with our large and*.>-
OIGANS{ i uablo line of IIotiM huldSamples.
Theses aui.i.s. as
. Clotliizig writ a* the watch "'. sendFree
,and after you hare kept
them in your inure for 3 month an'1 shown them to th
who may hats rifled,they become your own property--""
I'OK LIS; :MOSEY: Lan any other house m the who write at once ran be ure of receiving the
I to }keepFirstClass Tinted StaM-s. I'.jii ljip a 1'iauo or Organ to and Sample We pay all expre' ,, frHzftt.eteHtinsun last .- ,..... _
propose *fc Coy Hot !t: I'ortiana _" ;
TRUNKS VALISES any lionect n a': .r wotaan, en trial, and if not .
satisfactory.: I will lay freight both ways. $25
cash and $lu a u>cithon a Piano, and$10 cash and
A Stock S3: u mouth oi an Organ till paid for-not much
more than rniinary rent. Oil these very liberal
terms au nc car own a instrument. Send for .
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS i FREE, CATALOGUE cMitaining full information.
heet Music Strings Violins Banjos, Guitars, Ac-
-OFGROCERIES- cordeoiif, and iu fact every Musical Instrumentthat .
is made and at very low prices. Send for com.
GENTS' STRAW HATS NEAT AND PROMPT. plete Catalogues. I have 20,000 pieces of Choice ..
Music at 10 cents"per copy
AT YOUR OWN PRICE. A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5 ,

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I ICan "Beat tho Jews" on Low -FOR- PIA1PIA1
Priced Pants, to Close Out.LADIES' SCOTT'S




-SUCH AS- Mens' Ladies' & Chihlrens'SaOES. FIFTH ANNUAL, I
Almost as Palatable as Milk.
DRESSGOODS So disguised that it can be taken,
digested, and assimilated by the most
: :: sensitive stomach when the plain oil June :
cannot be tolerated* ; and by the combination I t o A ug. 12C8..1.1J I
of the oil with the hypopho.
phltes is much more efficacious.

I..ET'l'ERIIE.iDS.NOTEIIE.DS, BemirlaUe as a flesh prodtetr. $25,001Vorth :::;

Persons gain rapidly while taking lit '
\ of Piano and n-r'Ta
MILLINERY SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged b? from best*+-c!" -rt
.A.TS, Physicians to be the Finest and Best preps out regardless of cost or'viMU', I .. .
ration in the world for the relief and cure of Stock toolar t'. 'l:18tcnu'n'

IILL-IIEADS, CONSUMPTION SCROFULA; IntocatliorlnstaUnientavms.Some j

GENERAL DEBILITY WASTING ,entirely NEW:'< ..."Ei'. ':
LADIES' HATS CLOTHING COLDS and CNRONIO COUGHS Some Nearly Nevr-iei! t,. few i!

STATEMENTS, The great remedy for Gonaumpticm, and months only. ;
wasting in Children. Sold by all Drugguti.If Some used a year or,o.--'n.1".
used two to three yeure. :
Ladies'Print Underwear
CIRCULARS, dealer he the SomeflneMecondIIaicN n
any says has W.L.Dou la In ,
exchange and uin.-te ( !
Shoes without name and price stamped ox
Gent's Furnisliiiis Goods the bottom, put him down as a fraud. ourrepairlactory. fl '.!)..khedRestrung. i
Restored in Tors
;*, Sets., FOLDERS, and Action, and made gcuu :ur I
yearn of service.BARGAINS. .

Ginghams,'7cts., f

Standard Cotton Checks, 7cts. INVITATIONS, GLASSWARE EASYllRMS, f .

Pins 5ct .t, Your OWN T"R'J'" alino..t.
Very light Monthly Payment!*
Needles 5cts. or Small Cash Payment and bid-
ance when you get rein.
Jeans, SOcts., HARDWAREAND f

Spool Cotton, 2cts., STREAMERS, CASH BUYS CHEAP, !

Brown Cottons,Gets., I I Give you all the tint ,v-rft;I''
but SPOT CASH will save TOU
Ladies1 Lace Mitts, 15cts. and 20cts. DODGERS money., TILT US O>. We will
meet time.
you every
Ladies' Kid Gloves 75cts. to $1.00 i
; '
<411 \ !., """- tI
duced from 1.00 and $1.25. Ladies' Ship Chandlery Goods. : '% .' tI I
Spring and Summer Hats Very Low to

Close Out. BUSINESS CARDS, '.. $50, $75, $100, $!I 50. +i


1 am prepared with several Carloads ofFERTILIZERS
1PISITIxnnDS., These will be he main features of my $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.Best \!t

business, but orders sent me for anything in the world. Examine his ,
kept in store in Titus- 85.OO GENUINE HANI)- "WED SHOE.:
any {I
yule will be promptly} filled. 83.50 POLICE AND FAKMEKS': SHOE.
made iu Congress, Button and Lace.
: To supply the wants in this line. SEND YOUR ORDERSTO SJhdtJCR 1889. I
Will buy Fruits .Eggs Chickens W. L, DOUGLAS

THEFLOEIDA- Or any Country Produce my customersor Best Material. Best Style. Best Fitting. L SAVANNAH, tad.I .
Ground Bone It not sold bv your dealer, write
.s bring

i Ash Element, to market.I Examine \\". L. Douglas' $2 Shoes for

t Acid Phosphates, STAR Gentlemen.

Cotton Seed Meal, FOB SALE BY

. Cotton Seed Hill Ashes, ask for a share of the public patron-
Fish JOB PBIXTING OFFICE, and not a :
and PotashBradley's age, come as a supplicant, .
Orange TreeAndVegetable die tator, asking for ;your favors.If Melbourne, Fla. I IF '"lr..,:' "
courteous treatment,good
Fertilizers. goods and low figures is --- --

Will meet Jacksonville quotations with the candidate for I CURE

!,II freighj added, in-same quantity lots. public then elected.Agent favor I'm. Pianos & Organs

! Prices Reduced on nearly all for Chattanooga Plow Co., I FITS !

Chilled Plows antI Sugar

Lines in Stock. Cane Mills. If you want to purchase a ,
When I say Curx I do not mean merely to
Piano or Organ, write to the un- stop them for a time,and then have them return
1 have made the disease of
dersigned or give him a call. .
1 have too many Goods to enumerate FITS, EPILEPSY or
Can sell of the in-
Prices all you any
on that are reduced. FALLING SICKNESS,

SEE.i struments of the best and lead- A lite long study. I WARRANT my remedy to
COME AND CURE the worst cases. Because others have
ing makers at prices that, defy failed is no reason for not nowreceiricg acare.
Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLEof
I will not be undersold my INFALLIBLE RE) EDT. Give Express
competition. and Post Office. It costs you nothing for a
trial and it will care you. Address

I am Prepared with CHEAP \e H.C.ROOT,M.C., 183 PEARL ST.,NEW Yaw

GOODS._, and with Better Goods tt : ,. br1Wi
sold the Installment
to Pianos and Organs en -
Supply Yon. .,,-, A'oticc.
'. ..",-.t'' L. ; Plan when teM Discount All concerned will take notice that six

( month after date hill present my final
,' ? '". -> ::. a r' 1 : to Churches on Organs account to Honorable Minor S.Jones,County -

1.,. I I Judge of Brevard county, Florida, and

Very Respectfully, '. i I : t {J.:.t .. All correspondence will receive prompt pray for an order dismissing me from the
,. ': execution of the last will and testament of
attention. Phineas D. Wesson late of said
f deceased. 'r
E.Tltusville. D. WAGER
1m ,
:. TJTUSTILLE .FLA ., I' '.' "
a 'c V. Florida. 50-Gmo. Administratrix. ,



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LOCAL LACOSICS. I -Mr. H. P. Crook and Mr. Chas. J. t

-Mr. C. N. Patterson, of Sew York. Holtz, of Baltimore, were registered at !t 19 Wants.

the Grand View Monday
t is \"i*iting Indian River this week. -3Ir. J. B. Towns has not returned 1 : Clothing Clothing Clothing !

-Mr. L. R. Hover, of Cocoa was in I 1
i from his homestead trip to Juno another .
town last Saturday.For 'I -i- I
places down the river yet. .I !
pineapple slips apply to Captain
Money Money Money to
Zellcrs, schooner Manatee, Titu.rifle. j I II J.S.WATSON&CO ::E3 "
.At Tb..E
< } ar.
1! to loan on real estate. Apply to Bobbins : G V
-For dwarf Cavendish banana plants I
Titusville Fla.
| & Graham, ,
t address Mr. W. A. Baugh Melbourne,
| shell lime of A 1
-Oyster quality ,
Fla. 4.3Ir 1 i FORWARDING
I offered for sale by J. S. Wataon of ElI MORE CLOTHING CHEAPER CLOTHING

*. W. H. Peck, of Cocoa. was reg- I i Dora. Price furnished on application. ,

i itered at the Grand View last Friday I II I
.t -Eev. C. C. Temple preached at !

erenin;. I Mims, Sunday morning last, instead of I AND COMMISSIOMERCHANTS I AND BETTER CLOTHING

-Mr. A. I.. Rider, of Baltimore, wa- II I
Eev. Jas. Bolton, who was indisposed.
rci i-tered at the Grand View last Sat

:, + : urday. -Dr. Dodson'a daughter, Miss Stella, i I i! I Than any other house on Indian Rive just received at the Bazar,
has had an attack of fever and ague at
Tae Cornelia, Capt. Baird, is anchored 'I tI I extensive STOCK OF DRY
I Emporia, but she is now better. in addition to our already GOODS,
c3 the railroad wharf, having just ,
-J. S. Watson & Co. receive peaches NOTIONS Etc. Etc.
+ returned from the Keys. ,
direct from Georgia, fresh and nice every .
A -J. S. Watson & Co. want everybody I, -I I
ad their advertisement without night. i i3Ir. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. CHEAPER THAN-EVER BEFORE.BARGAINS .

I. B. Happersctt, of Orlando,

-- brother of our )Ir. Sam Happersett. i L -:o:-- Turner cue G-arc1.ner.
Hall!! of Point paid
liB. City ,
visiting Sam and his wife for a few days. WE WANT
.". the county-seat a visit last week. Tax
He home
expects to return to-morrow.
Collector Hall hi-ab,) been in town this THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE
-Mr. G. W. Martin had recovered
.. \\frk. BARGAINS| !
from his illness sufficiently to walk out
tr -Mr. started for New WE WANT
Henry Dreyer
1' again last Friday. He started for Pa-
I, York lat Saturday morning on receipt You to be sure to Come and See Us
latka where he will
yesterday morning; ,
J,' of a teleram announcing the serious ill- work for the J., T. and K. \1. Ry. Co. When you come to town. Goods at Lower Prices than Ever

no- of Capt. Sin n&,n.
I ,
i -Titusville needs a good set of boat- WE WANTTo
: -S rjeant Her&ey and wife left St.A '
' ways for hauling out large boats easily
1 Talk to You. Now is the Time to
+ =u.*tine for Asheville,North Carolina, and safely. To any one who will build a Buy.We .

the la-t of the week where they
I, past < WEti'ANT
N good set of ways and attend to repairing

will si end some -tim ere they returnto there is a fine opening for business.If To Work With You. sell white shirts: from 3oc; to 81.00 each: Ladies Ruffling, 7c<

' I Titusville. to lSc per yard; Pearl buttons, 2c to Sc per doz.; 1 oweL, Cc to 9c each;

-Mr. C. B. Towns, of Jacksonville, you need first-class shrubbery or WE WANT Hal1dkerchief, 3c to 12c each ins, Ic; needles. 2c; pencils, 3c to 5c'

wa in Titusville last Friday evening on trees: of any kind call on or address J. P. To Po-t You on the Market. pen point, ; for 5cr; Dust pall best, 13c; Lamp chimney, 4e and 5c

Turner, Titusville, Florida, agent for each. and many other articles at astonishingly low prices.
.t a business trip. He returned next
the old, reliable Bidwell's Orlando Nurseries. WE WANT
morning From Jacksonville he and l.h COME AND SEE US.
All _
trees warranted .Jlrue to
$1i wife go north to pend the hot summer "- -- h To Ship For You and Sec to Your Ship-

month. fame. N"x\ ment- here. We for Goods.
j Charge Nothing Showing
-The schooner Big Four, owned by '
-J. A. Durst of Crescent Cite WE WANTTo
Capt. Ben Hogg, was seized by a reve
1' pioneer well-sinker of the state of F' 'rt We have gone into the business, not for a few weeks or months
I nue cutter recently and carried to Key either Buy or Handle most of the operatingat Lake Worth, Ha., only but
I West for sailing outside i without papers. Fruit and Produce of thU section ..
be adilre PEa..lAN"EN: LY
where all communications may -
Captain Ben has been running thee risks of the country.
,cd and inlormation be obtained. \, And fair to merit the confidence and of
'1 for some time, but unfortunately was we by dealing patronage

:,.t -Mr. Johnnie Jones was out with his[caught at last. .' WE WANT the public.
'tt new 1O-' ot.boat last Saturday afternoouVami ; You to Know if we cannot Buy Your Respectfully,
..: The naphtha launch.Liviuier. .1 be
i _
in a trial with the champion of the -* --*- Products, We Can Ship it for You.
s hired, at one houf'snotice, to take S. A. BELCHER: & CO.C1ydE .
Fuurth. beat her quite badly. The result
parties to all points on Indian Tliver.
CJ- of tin will be a challenge for the pecnant. WE WANT
Seating capacity from 16 to 20. For
You to help us to make Titusvillea } S-t -rr1Ship Cc>.
the launch
I terms, apply on Aboard atrager's

livery: store in town seem to be \ wharf, or address W P. Un er- distributing point for the Products New York Charleston & Florida Lines.The .

, burr: ID the limit every Saturday night, of the river, and *ell\ our ,
wood, box 70, Tituville, Fla. 12
and 1t il Saturday was uo exception to Products here.
-Captain Frank Sams returned from
the rule.! We noticed many customer! ]
his trip down the river ]last Frida.e WE WANT
lad to wait their turn at our principal
learn that he will have to vacate his position In fact to save you money, and can do it
and dry good hour.
grocery as Capt. Harry Shaw, of Ormond, if you will help] us.

-At a meeting of .the Base Ball Club has received the appointment. This office .

I Saturday evening it was decided to play : pays about the best of any federal WE WANT

j_ V a game with the New Smyrna Club, at appointment on the East Coast. The salary You to know we are head-quarters for

Sew Smyrna, next week, on the day of
is $1,200 per year. Vegetables, Crates, etc.
the proposed grand dance. The suits will

be made at once, grey flannel being the -An attempt was made a few days WE WANT Magnificent team*hip* of this Line are appointed to sail as follows :

ago to drive a well point with pipe down j (Standard Time.)
material and color adopted.The I'Fo Sell Orange Boxes and
about twenty feet at the end of the rail J"OUour 1
new tank built for ue Orange Wrap, and will do it if
cypress you York. ,
road wharf, with the hope of securing From Jacksonville to New York. From Fernandina to New
at the Court House by Mr.Tom Johnson, will come to see us. CHEROKEE. Thursday, Jn1y1. at 8.O"' a m ;
fresh water after a level with the bed of : TE3LEF call (1rstGL.TnesLiy. July 4.d3pmSESII0
Sunday at 1..u1. m .. .
of has been placed position .
LaGrange, .
S L OLE, FridaI. 3s13pmTne.dx
the river had been passed, but it3.? nota ThnrNlay 11. at : :.Up. nz .. .. i
I and covered with side wall and a shingle ; WE WANT IROQt"O: _. Sunday, : U, at 5.x0 1. ru IROQrOIS. :y' .. 9stSpaCIXEP.OEEE.
success. The water at that distancepro'ed TLnrRd+Y, }S at 9Orl: a. I:1 : CHEP.OKE, ?.. F.tar 12 at3pm
i top. The county fathers should Lave to'be You to know that we arc Agents for the SEMINOLE, nDdah, ..... ,:, at 11Oa.; m i SDIDiOLE, ". .. Tuesday. 16st3Piamo
as salt, if not saltier than m'' lROQt"OIS: 'rlJ3.r. naUtili
1 ((j poi Thursday, 2. a. 2fbp. .
had it elevated to the -econd story while i the river water the Ocala Rock Lime and will furnish' IDL\S-IT. Sunday _5. atI.W: ,.. m YE11.\.S8EE. ,". ... TnEwa'o 23t4pm ..1,
sx project was givenup. 3 >aSE
the work was commenced: it would it low down. CHEROKEE, -Thursday.AUI.. I, at 1.UO a. JD I CHEROKEE. .. Friday .. :6 at 3 P III
SEML\OLE 30 at
p 1
:: L\oLE, San : have been much handier. 1r
,4 1t
_ _
-The salt-an -mIIJhnr bath at the WE WANT
the In- For Information Regarding Freight and Passage apply to
: j -A daughter of Mr. Hale of Indian River Hotel], appears to be largely ,
lina River Steamboat Company, who You to know that we burn our own J. A. LESLIE. Supt., Jacksonville; T. G. EGLR Traffic Jlauager. 35 Broadway, Sew York; 1
l The size of it is 13x14
t patronized. J. A STEAD. Aseut. Fernaudica.:
wa down here oaie time back visiting Oyster-Shell Lime and, of course. JOHN L. HOWARD. T. F.A., Jackoimlle.) F. 1L JRO 3IO GER. T. P.AJacksoimlle.. 1h
it bath-
and those their
using may bring can ;:ive jou bottom prices. \\\1. 1'. CLYDE & CO.. (;t'uer.dJt'nts, 12 :Nouth Wharves. Philadelphia ; 5. Boy-
father has been seriously ill with
her ing costumes or bathe iu natural. Mr. ling Green, New York.

typhoid fever at Jacksonville We are i
Sackett he will it
----- -
says keep scrupulouslyclean WE WANT ---- -
that her health i is much i
pleased t.) note the GEORGE M. BOBBINS, GRAHAM,
by having water entirely run WALTER S.
and Mr. Hale say that, providingi You to know that we handle Cement t
better ; Attv.-at-Law. Attv.-at-Law.
off daily the bath swept out and the
and Plaster Hair.
i lie doe not get a relapse, she will eon water allowed to run continuously day :ROBINS: Cfc G-B.AaA TVT, I

Hr.t.., be Captain about again.I-en. Gardner arrived herewith and night. WE WANTTo LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE +

Monday evening Mr. H. Q. Hawley impress upon your minds that werepresent ,
the 4.R. Crusoe" last Friday,and has
s' wa informed by Amos White, a coloredman Members of Brevard
.r Abstract of Title Co.
started down the river to attend to a three ,
that his horse was disabled in the Thompson & Edwards,
4 tvevk** job on the lower river. White P. O. Box, :'!;)O,
stable, and as the door was locked White of Chicago, s
riding out a dangerous squall in an expo TITUSVILLE B RED A.RD CO. FLORIDA.
could not get to the animal. On their The largest manufacturers of :Fertilizes c
+ ed part of the river recently his anchor .
arrival at the stable it was found that in the west. and keep constantly I. t
j rope or chain split the hawse-pi|>eOQ the mare had passed the halter un- We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agent$ for a large wuf
rope hand the following brands of their c
the bow, his boat sustaining some on carefully-selected Properties in all part of Erevan County.
r* der one of her hind feet, which drew her Goods : RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Pro- t

damage. head down so that she suffocated for World of Good, for Orange Trees. erty on Indian River. I

Captain T. W. Lund was in town want of breath. When White first noticed I World of Good, for Truckers. Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequal I
and effort will be made to satisfaction who
give perfect
every to intending Purchasers
lat Friday from Sanford and spent a the mare she was still alive, but Pure, fine Ground Bone. may favor us with their patronage.

5, : few days here. lie contemplates repairing before they returned she died. The ani- Blood, Bone and Potash. Xo Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.

C! the Lund House-placing under it mal was owned by Mr. D. S. Hutchison, Chicago Bone Meal. Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of to** C

new foundations and covering it with anew I and was left in charge of Mr. Hawley Dissolved Bone. priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet. t

1"x, roof. The contract was l let to a Sanford while the former is north this summer. I t
* Ii i | GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President.LTER S. GRAHAM. Secretary I
party to commence the work before WE WANT
-On lit, that a party of English capitalists IBroTTftrci Abstr f
to1; of Titlo Oo ,
the first of next month but it does not :
will build a railway from Birmingham You to know we keep on hand t
1. though operations were likely Incorporated A. D. 1889.
appear Sulphate of Potash,
Alabama, to Miami Creek, in
to soon. ;
l'Ommence"ery I Land Plaster. ;
Dade of
county, at a cost $10,000,000, t
Canada H. W. Ashes, I Charge for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and oOc. for each *J*
and that Dr. J. O. Bronson of Indian
Uravo he is t
-Capt. says glad to return : dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, v'.z.3D
to In ian River. He had not been feeling j Springs, Lake County Ls to be the mana- Tobacco Stems and for the fiat additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer. c

p= well since he left here ; and although!'j I ger. It is stated that this syndicate has Cotton Seed Meal. Taxes Paid tor Non-Residents. i

he felt anything but iu a good state of ,: secured the old Gordon charter,and withit WE WANT :@" For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry and"

!health on his arrival ou the train the 3,000,000) ) acres of splendid land. This annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss by Ttf .
You to Give Us Trial something. I
a on
Sale. J3 t.C
other evening, the air of this section and I railway will extend for 600 miles throughthe 1

richest and best of the State Box 250, Titusville, Fla. I
the he.tth'Gh'ing. ozone wafted across i portion WE WANTTo .- >R

l, broad r! taking in its course Tallahassee, Ocala,
4 a from the Atlantic Ocean has so merit Porto Rios Pj.neapP1e
fair and
? your patronage by Slips,
braced him up that he feels "like a new I Eustis, Orlando etc., until it reaches I honest dealings, and we mean business. $10 Per Hundred. b

manHe tails: ot making his home on the Atlantic Ocean in Dade Co. Thesurveying Strawborr37Plant: jn Sep"tozn.'bc'r
I TRY US.Respectfully.
the river he is so charmed with it. Our I of the road will, probably, i V'unan's Improved and Hoffman's Seedling. $4.00 per 1000. Order early

popular steamboat superintendent, Capt. I commence in September. At present -:o:- Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and clima te.-

\\.. B. Watson, is another whose views I there seems to be a doubt as to the ter- INDIAN RIVEB BRAND, manufactured by an old firm the Davidse Fert111ZerSend GX
minus of the above line. for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed ;Meal etc., and Ma *tf' its 11I
of this i section will coincide with those of :
{ \ A full line of Ornamental *
I J. S. WATSON & CO 3&TnSb Fruit Trees. Send for &* *&
Capt.. Brayo. For continuation of Locals set first page. BEACH Indian Riser Nurseries, Melbourne, I'la.,