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The Florida star

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Title:
The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Star
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Publisher:
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
December 27, 1907
Frequency:
Weekly
regular
Language:
English

Subjects

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

Notes

Abstract:
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).
Funding:
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
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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.​
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AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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SLORIDA STAR




TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1907 NO. 36

SNot fos oQqs-usea tlo, Bqt for tie Qood of Oti-ts ilso.


S lity Shoes LATST IE S Special Sale at [line's LOCAL GOSSIP

vi =lEB1 J[j 1. 3 AD) IICIDETS ---M, i- AD PERSOHALS
rte."to b it i Whic I P Moday nest we willt cut the" il aS1 JIM Ofe "l. of Tito. t
Sie. --- s ri lr- l inevery line, it makes no dif-i ll
l It LUt Kaio Fr over a decade their Ti h ll i i T1% to ot, everything will go li Tq Cmu
t ulNwearto S Got ready fr exceeded those of I at&a51 D "-'-
St I atto ~ Uotme w en's Sae Yet the Mr. Adhemar Brady as beenquite It olbeimpossible to enumer- Dr. J. E. Miller is atpresntstopping
Sdemnd contines to grow. Even indisped th wek with an attac of te allthe bargains we havefor you at tuar
W. F.Brn, Fort Pie,. thel0,00 irs madeever daycan't griLppe If you are in need of any dry Mr. Cheater Clifton and his brother.
hawa o ftsasthe 10 a irs made evey daycantlgoodeos, tlg or shoes, 1 220Mfro Oak Hillrereeinto Sunday.
If T- a splyit.. Why JMt tryonepar. Mr. Louis A. Bady ha been- sfer. you it wille to r hbenefwt to were i t Sunda
S .C.A.Gardm rla tei d pm a it jnt received. iwith an attack of brochitis me t M day. Mrs. G. E. Pritchett has been quite
ritm l this wk. WINSTON S. BRANNING eral days, but is ow ale to be out Mail orders promptly filled on any ill the past few days, but we arepleasd
M IlPrm Pmr arried aa a Tit Fll Florda i of the above goods, | to note that she is better at thi writing.
a m to spead theemaindaroerf t' The Misses Frances and Mary Robot- JULUS KIuNE, Titusville. Mr. Bedortha, a young Stetson stu-
-i btns. wAcialdll tom, ho are attending school at Pell- dent, from Ohio, is spending the hoi-
T asseA at the opera hou w. A Clark Hall, Orlando, are spending the Wa Not the Right Man daysherewith Mr. E L Brady's family.
batly attamd hat alght ad good A most unfortunate accident mar- holdays wi ttheir parents Dean and Sheriff Brw wan called to Stat- Mr. W. own returned to Miami
lm mijal d by aB. red te peaceftl quiet of Christmas Mrs. Robottoms bor. the county seat ofBullochcounty, lat week from bsii trip of teo
A power two eyindr Lath- day in Cortena. About2 o'clock Owing to the .udde in of Cpt Georgi. lt wee by word that Me- day or more to New York ad other
S marlved this wk for Capt in the afternoon a number of the cF.. Fisher, who w take violently Fadd the ngro who committd the points north.
le lthtmillMarinerailay. men employed on Mr. E.P. Porher's ill last Friday afternoon with an attack rapeat Pined lat smmer, had been Mr. and Mrs. Will Black and son, of
Mr. FrnkT. Budge ad family, of grove were preparing to go oat bird of vertigo, Leon Wilsoearridthe mail captured and wasbeing held therefor Jackoadville. stopped of here lat week
Mim, arrivd daytoped theol- shootingtheyweresittingandstand. to Arteia hat Saturday. hi. Aon previous occask el to visit his brother, Mr. Fred Black,
where, where negroes have been held laving Sunday for City Point to spend
M wmd as their al cD with ing around near the packing homue, Mr. Chs. Covar, of West Palm on suspiion Seriff Brown went and Chrie with Sun his f ather Mr. H. S.
S Cap a Mra Jim. Pri lhard when Rolad Adkin infun pointed Beach, formerly a Coco. boy, amd Mi found it was not the right smn. The r a wit h fathr Mr
Mr. ad Mr. T. Blake Walker, o an old single barreled gun at John Mary Wright, of Pompano, were mar- negro was taller, heaier and much
Jalamvia, arrived the frst of the Peters, saying: "Cosider yourself ried Wednesday of last week at the younger than McFadden and wean a Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Thomas, of Or-
week tssl hris awithMMs. W's. under arrest," at same moment the ome of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Kuaie, No. 12 instad of a No. 6 aoe. Sheriff agedale. Fla., arrived Monday to spend
amin Cpt.nad Mms. Jan. Prithrad. gun wa discharged and the shot t Pompano, in Dade county. Brown has spent quite a sim of money Christima with Mrs. Thomas' parents,
Th l own tmdantd eabh lodged in Peters' right breast, killing The VictorJunior Talking Machinei i his efforts to fid MFadde, all of Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Wilson. Mrs.
a medU ls fio tmo binUg him instantly. not toy. Duplicate prs can be d which hve proven futile so far, but he Thomas will remain here a portion of
i lBtmay .as r g just a th t"si Mr. John Reed. justice of the peace name an f high priced haine. The "ha not given up the search by any ne"t week.
was h tom for So d by t of Indinol, was notified of the Junior is the child's deliht. Get them ""a The above goes to aow that Indian River hotel served Christmas
valh M suig t f th oile. fair and he at once summoned a cor-at Indian River Mi House for 10.0. the sheriff repons to the faintest clue dinner there to about twenty-five of
SW e ealpil satmio to thi new ,.wnh, after xamin. All the latest reords, 8 inch, 35 cents. a to McFsdden's apprehesion. our townapeople aside from their regu-
rr t f Dr. Miller' d one r jury, .who, ater emiig lar guests, and the menu was one of ex-
ha Dr l e the witnMes, gave a verdict that Rev. W. F. Allen expects to leave Christma Service traodinary excellence for even such an
lau h to a u lthi ad theol s "the death was caused by the aci- in a day or for his new charge in Divine rvie was held Chritmas occasion. Assistant Manager Irwin per-
Thea id is a a e am ad well worth dental discharge of a gun." There Key Wet, leaving here to rech mornig hi St. Gabriels church with sonally looked after the service.
yMa t had been no enmity or ill feeling be- tt city by the fir of the ne year. ermn by Dean Robottom. Duringthe Mr. Semple, a veterinarian, who spent
T eVatr n as ~ fr Jamr wil tween thetwomen. They were both Cruser do r Bsedef hislanh Little service the folloing selections were sometime in Titusville about four years
he f art t at C rdiar Rivto r F. C. Battleand D. Ut- of rende by the choir, Miss Daisy Bra- ago, was here the first of the week o
Mhar s It Mamda sday. It is a wonder that so fee accidents dy as organist: his way to Ormond, and complimented
SJae tMl mri s two ofthi nature oc a Mr W. C. Peteroon, of Canaveral, Prmessionsl-Oh, Come AllYeFaith- our town on its improvedconditionsince
dT JIe ma- a t eiai t ma twoof i this nature ed from hi visit to s im ul H yn he was here before. Mr. Semple wilt
a b saJM elet aoh -lsu and with fireamr is far tooe, coln"o. Ce, ht awetek. icmind a Kyrie Eleison, 161. spend the winter at Ormond and Day-
S a rerds d The body of Peters, who we under- by his friend, Mr. Stephen Henry. of Gloria Tib.'N 181. ta.en
lamr h. e e stand wa an orphan, wa forwarded M feld, M who will pobbly It Came Upon the Midnight Clear, The Christmas festivities for the
i. 1r6 Frseber arrived Mmoday, to his late home at Highland, F. pend the winter on the Bamsa river. Hymn 59. Methodist Sunda school were held
m Dalray. to spd (rit at Thursday. Adkins is amarried man They left Sunday in Mr. Peterson's at- SERMOSN uesda night Sad conschso were held
m, iad Mr. gbart PFrche rinved and has a wife living in Courtenny. boat OffertoryThe Song of the Angels,and consisted of pr
lay, fn Knights key, abo to Mr. J. L Mobley, who is at present (by L Dresalr). Mrs. Denham. and singing and the passing of Christ-
Ad the lida wi i rets Mr New Locomotives for F. C in the well drivi in Ofertry Sentence, No. 189. ms akets in lieu of the time-honored
SMr. A. Prcher, and aster Nor- ri ieChristmas tree. The novelty of the
.too home S hfm 8 The Florid East Coast railway is spent Chrm in Ttvil p Sr C ad t (J. Ca baskets w quite a plesing feature to
Fi erexe dtiy ites fromdS o by M Sawr. S his au stant. Mr. ridge- )
SW stchet, of West Palm eting a0,0te. They weigh Mobley willprobablybring his wel-riv- Communion Hymn-Bread of the the it
a6m W. p 8. Ilbutett of Wesa t puft $200,005. They' weigh etC1a ing outfit to thisectiona little latero. World, Hymn 25. Mr. ant Mrs. John Ashe Heyward, of
Deok who femently resided i. Titus- about 190,000 pounds, and tenders y heteelconfidenthec, e n Gloria m Exceli. Old Chant. Charleston and Mr. Roeder and Mrs.
ad says helfeelsndenthea seere Goriain Edelsis Old Chant.121,000. heyaretbe t
iasame fteen years ago, died lat 121,000. They are to be used this flow of fresh water in Titsville. Recemional-Shot the Glad Tidings. Roeder, of New York city, arrived Sat-
vriday, after failig halth and follow- winter in carrying freight and pass- Hymn 5. rday last and registered at the
lM an operatia performed in Jackon- engers from Jacksonville to all points Mr. E. M. Godall came down from -- Palmhurst awaiting favorable weather
ill. eral week go. Her recovery on the road to the farthest souther Daytona Beach a few days ago in his Kind Words for The Star forcruisingdown the riverin the choon-
was hpelam Mra. Hatchettis sr- port. little runabout motor boat aplnaedhin Melbourne Beach, Fla., Dec. 21. 07. er Captain Jack, with Prof. J. M Laf
Sile bye hd r- 1The immense weight of the new power cruising yacht Nemo in commis- lin, leaving Wednesday morning.
hobMaryLoubathed.d e t The i pnets weightof the ohtnew is~, returning to Daytona the first To TEditrofTu mtl,t edSTAl.
Mi L Mary Lo latCett. equipment is evidence of the substan- part of this week, but it is doubtful I have recently been trying to re- Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Paddison and two,
T'fhTitaville Lumber Co., althugh tial construction of the road, partic- whether Mr. Goodall willdo much cruis. due my neespaper mail by paying daughtera, of Eau Giallic. arrived Mon-
ean Id sure to fill the I day afternoon an spent ( Christmas with
rau own fill the orders ularly the new portion south of Mi- ing up and down the coast this season. up arrears and stolllping Ciost every- M. Ceo. i. Ro. lin an l, fiIv
for tbe psrpoetof giving their Van t ani. We have received the pictorialedition thing not sent distinctly D. H.. but their suburban villa returning home
frte of workmen a chance to pend Eight locomotive tenders have a of the Daytona Gazette-News. which the gray hairs of your vneerable pa- yesterday afternoon. Mr. R. 'u.,.n
rita, and will not start up .aga carrying capacity of ten tons of coal proves to be a veritable panorama of per and some signs seen in recent Padiison firmerly of Eau Gatl ..
ntilMooday. Oneof their onles for and 6,000 gallonsof water. They line half-tones of the Fountain City of sample rcpis that it is yet in thegen- als,( here at the thrisetma.sti, ii
luiber for therailway extension to Key have eight driving wheels. Two fr Florida. Editor Fitzgerald has issued a tie glow of the twilight of th- heart, I .Iar tk-len and w- r t t Eat (I;ai-.r fr
West i for over a million feet switching purposes, are only six splendid edition this year and no doubt appieal t mny tbetter Intature; s, h ere- a visit rester day.
a. P. J. Hall and M. L Peacock wheelers, and their carrying capacity it ill induce many people to visit and wih I .send you my check for line1 I'rof. Overtriet and lii brlthi .11
we t dr hunting the first of the week is les. locat in the thnig city of Dayton. plunk and ten bits for a yt'ai' aui- Barrett Orerstreet aind their fricnl.
aad jumped a ine deer which fell under These locomotives will be the most seriptin. r. S. F. Silth wcent to Fort Pierrce
the erring aim of the latter. Mr. powerful on any road in the state. Church Notes \',. XXV II. No. iS: That tput.s 't Satu"rdai' and sI'et t arf th,'h,,l
Hall had the first crack at the game. andtheyareguaranteed to make bet- Dean RolOtnom will r.nduct services thi. nat ivi itf TilE :TA.R rIn-tiN far i'"a Acel theree arons 'rif. ltil
but having taken his new rife in lieu of ter time thanany previously pur- -. inMe Wrrilt. lWand n Scndl).. r t I tarr. s f r nset ul Ch. he ilcar ,
his usual ti-te abet gun, he mised r lime an niia lanil p larl e nu-uher lest tear w hilt inn ha i
s te tried smu hot gn hs mhis aned chased for the road. Thr Rev. Millidge Walker. who is a Twenty-eight years is a g l many.
ka fully decided in future to stick to -Wanted fie, ft 1tit er asii il r Tell suinthi "e teai Wed.iio ihnw ednesday
the oldeliable shot gun. Wanted ia. its Pt ilt l vicit hisDec ,A things .cre aling the ver hen Smithrand MN. Barrett overistreet r
o Paod ef ries inn Titus onote -Sud% i e. V. TH STAR arn \Vhil the- -to ,h
--. - Rrlaliae roergetie young man to sell fricoilsTHE inAB Tltl. ehile thai rt ohf ,,,h,,n, hrii i ihii tnly a,,,,i.trni I>, I he Ce-
la terson Home -Budeiid urchasing Contrat ifHe will w inlduct the cninc.irv e ans are i I-i -. sr cd, cr, ,ninn ath
Jo Paterson theJksnville LeelopLt' o. A preach in St. Ga!eriels church at 7:1 e iaril lg llt ittllng ill S. .k,hnri, r. ,uTl.
COCOA-FLORIDA l e Hewiningflr heri.hTmanl m. ii li e a Ze, hih, t ,"tv Iet, h o rmIHur DniitY IGI,
We carry in stock a full and om lte Agnt Tamp. Fla. I friends to thi, a column r tt. tsIi tul.i
stockoffmncyand staplegrnesrc i t. N F.. (tohlis t-E Gt Ftwt' n, ,w at Gt rlnt r -u ci
SSaret and RoinHood cannedfruits Notice Land forSale *"eting -elo -th t, cvivtt wht it thi-.n\-r li ulnh- .
and vetabts.Heriv'a pieklea and vin- Notice i .> t tet i- ... .
ega C o ltter, hy, gra annual meeting f the stic h " ih. ind friend we illgia vi w jrt- u n tain hlh ca tO
feed. Th byI grain ... A 'r t, .l aid ring- --. tientc near ii te mt'hu ir, oi tl,-
We als hndle the best Florida and holdersof the Indian River State bank 16 i.nt.."t -I I ixcin c thI L l .t
witersnsate beef, lamb, mutton and iwlil lutb held at its rnms n Jan. 3 i i.. Ie and-1 at a t tfracti f c g u-u pri ,
k -1908. at 3 p. m., for the election of i It iill intVrcst Y I. "
A. c d a l directors and such other business as won sit cse.A r r.ui ras. Orange and Grapefruit Trees (ha.t A. Gardnr 'h.-.e l
A cool drink at a ool place at may be presented. ,On .s c,-f .i tihl land on Grown at Shiloh. Fla.. ,in high
MANDY'S. __ JAS. PRITCHARII, thea -t r..et -ci, d Im india, river hickory hainintlo. Free frlmn white Valuable Real Estate For Sale
Nu y Sock for Sale W. S. BRANNINI. President, iattl Xrri-. ldr-cri~~o i.f ll,: Pol n One ear tto It earIL ui o l n t iu atuildno ait
Nuraery Stock for Sle ashier. f"or ;,*,'. i N.. l pc e f ro er toS ..... aCauds i, .. bautt' b u i ...
Citrus stock grown on high pine , -htli. ..i r..n.e V: .t Piacke-d anl deliveied at Oak \t fa ~ l ri1 r. t nis i- uth .
land IndianRiverNurseries, estaob- A cool drink at a cool place at Thia lanl oi.iiiprert. tii Snely lo- station. J.W' GIt la k Lr.l ss Sa ic Ma
baied 1886. Send for ataloguwe. MANDY'S. eatled. Forhir.h-, paticiw.irs ,ide. *tatin. J_ s. sh;IFlI. F ic LB.lc. Al,,,i italite i c-
Toledo and West Palm Beach, Fla. Br .hiloh.Fla. rla a
P a Dral yigne B.rw.ko. A The Alpine Hotel D. Pacignana
PCm Tr a n t DrayiFat. or .Mi- ofl kieodi, promul- Wuo d For Sale Titusville. Fia. F. A. v. n- Shoiakrnteie all work tir
Soleatea t lt times. Pine or oak. any length. Also plow- ager. On the European plan furn- cass an guara.l,te- Nxt door it.
ea t sMerved A.J. CATars, H. E. HoL O. ing and harrowing. See or lddress J. ished rooms and quick lunch (Cen- Carreth-irs-,larbir shop. Julia street.
Turb, F. Titusoille, Fla. W. Jamison. Titusville, Fla. trally. located. Tit-viilk.






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cl d maiele li a & e1 pns ie d b dd n of Soudth Caeartolla a:lo pposng ment. Th thle bra=e of lsnat, he I ~ iM At ap d, a 't Masso by
t Mnie ha. U of m. In t. A llhesaey t t toq lao Ito the i muan r of clearng a richly ceavnost the -i tlh epow e ei at t d a w
P ase tosp tahe td slte a ihe- whee tei weae joined by the bo' cfrtteus t The rolutions association ae slemth mal- IM i hb ait ad h "' e &n
Mdhi s plned "Pn i lleare about Allegher couIl All taB anad ted wantd "A If -t would be tlawful tor left lodedtet parnal d-111 aFMmses' ('r a t'e en T"
te ts P oo te P o city ball where thery i wre hous and eler tori to ltee er- and defect of tiioh. he sa r. he t ta u d
t at tem t ecal- wer t by Mayor Guthrie. Aftr tiate led on cotton wheat. ot thteir tndelible Imprn s t s a w Ir
110 the saanostem t he hadmade on ie eeting all attended a dier. d o o to be used in marketlng As to judVn brain$ by weat. he dis used ng y ons ,e d'upongon iup
t ag -ft- ids U wa "oe- The people Joined i the celebraUtlion such plrodts cla that -me of ate kid --who so Ikdl .the- onounm u ka ,r .
Mhs am thee sad a altf Years Us|akes With snca aolsre an fest"Ity. Thi,4 Term 1. the Hous. Br NMa Y MO "I" For "s b all desom. Priacu eves,
M bb as t ermsa and Isl a l-eTe wi.. A remocratl member fron Als- y .lly (a1 to eyes lears a udl. S a e. rt.
tastem which Biati the pWleb t to k a. ClaYton. brought a. resolution owet in the Lie. Albve, thm me- A I g it u rn Ctled m .n
t term ret the sustane d EX ECUTIVE declaring It the sease of the houe the ntmellami asd t"de wh It the it e at-
Ma the ftrm, and nader -a 6Ce-m- -I- --t-- |hat to break dow the barrler iaginst cl erk. the orditnary bf t Sml a" nn ahtse mtero
naeeps naoote m lasitionaS R g te his sees.] report Ose v p t diet ofice Is futoght with groe 5all we find ten of deridedi a WmMe a thI e cis cagt e t
be t he e bar not geneary of aree end labor. I Perti to Anterican and republicsn I,- tles. the sgeeol Of the peL, brad
"= III= fs t w the bureau of c rporm s I stiotn beece that the Washington and fsceptord' e s el te mati- Oaa Siltar *
lrestbet au that the ~ears pur. sayss that the experience of the bureau I Ieredent of retiring after a second clane sholars aennd satmn The fielowa itm wi have mor
f pn it s iw tat me n t is to prut as signally justiled that phase of the tom be made a part of "-or rpublic- Papye ,rioe Vri M ] paasg laerian r mp ieat l
nse etry -on or against t adminiastrtions policy which has been an system of gover' ment" AdTance sheen of the eses ra ders and especially th-e b '-a
h hie sing the thiestIcores Wand at tr i an Mu iitlinted to the ammag nota i men ss
St forward r pns. This in Interstate orporate maeo em s by fed The senate military affeati commit- o Et ao bj T i
bas trefetence to the activtty of Se ral meat. It is his opinion that. eor tee. which has been condufttg the In. po theld be t Profes r ansau eas a Cl arig gireadu. h Thes-uZa tc:
tory htelyo ,whith en.eto the sr pate actle ity i ating t-ome natioeal vetigatig of the Brnesvllie aee P aris. tell how the demand t FMeitua Ca ine la. i3sS Md s
e e th t "t In its commeriaTi rotm. was a.Ut tt make Ito report hate lnrthled a oi 6 dcnm of & Na- jt ctair 1r s nd a t
at the ateoex l co mmittee meeti mop the nt when a new IKnt wase raised by the the servelnteth year of Dtr ad- "torc"e- f essaer A Cn *or
t epte to tteto o on i h e de
daev Taft e atpe* to e lp the etet of over it shoold i! o cImiaIl analyi ,,-f bulel. which the dessed to the Persiant goveror of Ji- ,adges and pime 4t Oc.a iiv a. --
da ost'ling an Il-s t ohe exte o_ o e t an ommittee had dug f- h bthe t no do- He t priiat circulela of Il* inetaas ;f:u..
eh.aLsg aan ece Ie ol Aght rt mase to o:tlc.ot and pr. ere they had lodged on Elephe t. Heretofom any ja t es
rYC *,Plasordust"Gls o WiJ" upkins Tom Wmu one,^^ lr 2 -,^. ^
T a on d l oia o by the general gt the light the Town wIsee st up by Gdrek tests heae Oeend ed p E p l tepfor aqes oe -nom .
lWhen Meor Rlohimel of Omaha erment He sayt s some one. The eroer-t w nOdes that the tands 'f Egc-t. bi t rmrly one at band bilil and proge at. Ur S
ailed a Presldet Roevwelt one dat i "The power alnd thos tIllots a u 'o ai ny a -e 1tebrew ori' ike thI .t s priting m teelt and eostal car". to
ast week the pa ident is quot as jurisiti.n f t,. tae e-vtr : i otreg~ar is that it ls wth f ii o itte We ; -
"ell the boys i Omaht that tf I ity shuld uthr bulleI wh etie TR h ate. T is iom' a cgr s re t- a s an a to.
it shold ie m 1 Irs th Amue eaL'ster , am ggs 84 n a on a. 1.







am esponsible for this money panie, meIeurante th Jeff Das Jog te na t a authetic page of the book el 1 The On.l *ts ct
iwhich showed ep t he t rotte foenda-. ted s-tile th- j Da_ joa te.sas. S... Nohotalt Owing a peadskul ades 1g1* 01 50 Th. ag.ma. 16t
was ht aowh uio the i ronees of the l 9of o 0', I ex o -ltb t from the y the Jews to the Persian thirteen qao i sartomerne c. Iet o
t were lbaiUt I am giad of It." Scmretry tetrao 1o h ,e lr:tt,. r ar Acrkt: ne. .Jefern a tg leave to rebluldtir t e ple. qnirts cocikta,. i,. [ F r 0 .
b eeeas Gm s Republitans fretn a-lttralit s t o Ie.s ft e .. o the dgl which bad been dest oyed by a ia- der, two d ues 0at etlo -cr .e
Th. ledtol at Boston ec. 10 R ep t en a an o ,.nImplthe. ett tact ho no' w ., t c t A -it vio-sl, g'overnor. The petition-ee quoet hal, $22-50. W C Man-
suited l the cbho of the Roepblica be det ermned w eeiher egad L t thg they asked edthe o era e sIplyingTA -cery an d gl(asset.
het deteo ed wote log oed y 'e r t t helo th-. Thin -e to bew Xeyed
candidate for myor. George A Hib- shall Ob adjusted to the fact whe. I S, ,,u csi':.. htd b ta t E Ls Mnloesy fr e iepee foi e ear "
ta u oc .er"stihed that yb afler-t rttt de e .aneau t templof Jas
beet by a ctirslty of 2013 over May- they ase supposed T corer' Refer I a A:k'5. cole sod hah meetioed in the Bibi. -as i. 5172: ontext etc. $M6. totat 8711 h



Oklate.m Setor,,E tt .. .v,.l e e*, id t.,r ,,ly one hair h so g d his Ly b0 SOCIOLOGICAL . .
o Thealmnl1tur. oostcet. Coel HIt. o t ear ec the lb ohtildi ldn try e ew.I. ;, re tO tit retet sti t he e It w Co enttodn te Mt ai. t

SOklahoma In joint -sslo at Guthrie Rea rng i.uigratio the reUords up ;te ,o.u,. ad hs , -,, .t.s Care.. Again Ru Th Lamp. t a tes K e 1 4301r I Fee
electd The G e ad Rotet L of t he delsIt met show tha the tut i what he t -,-ht of Tbhe il tnrt a gd a Andrew tne pie h. be tota wh te Aomrd s

Ow a l-itd Ster of alicas admitted t, the a f other tthl n nd th e t t i f- hottr fmple wso h b ,. d i
rereblcmteed t t seCh.N o durieg theN y ear was 1 wso ne i w ,ijt a h o ser t- i f i h an paaS b ha *.
Saiteed to i ansd Woreoter. doemlet i en oe of rtd oth p e o ro e O Ie4OL OG Ts 47.= g eaid .



The at l a to ai e to e se i itothe w a nouced at a meeting e thL bmps s" by. pkoal a.al Cas.C are .

Oklnatihoal tojoient of the ry at dr hR e ar Io r ra o rtses red i a a lie fr1 T a reon-s attsA gai --t- the RA oa L p ir n s ad tie o.ri a .e a
Jeuf It a thedil In h adtle tm sho w that thiti hina t'e-tg ci the oilt lorin a d tre buAc o of thel re Nobel poI-n w Ihi nuealad ria. Darupet u*o -; *o-m
Owa as the ....= .. hrate for Ohwe t d a0 m et inte to the chintOes O fe t h nec ;"!r tiate rst t hte are wi ed 0a took plt e It ofed i b hle. ifen- fn e ...
p8 fblr Kc eas ity a 4 for Iever ;o d statig that the impor of toto to g t th t d e Sltockhollu w.L t. 10. .. pri t t ud. B'-am Cof o.. Atflhgt. ..a t ,


The was etgarded ots a koolk fi r athe ner o i s thito r e a w-d for literatur wasn aww m Hel ton t ard Bi i efeta. y adrsis -d tlo cr e, o-
bTft f i is s to ,lsa nar "e eat ssm the bads n f Mar- plinL that for psdkte to PDscs stedcta s. slae t -aatl er. m w
ed Ti the Ib -it-, of d'bis ot 0l t oe-te. t,. ts It 1 o tetimutad th c hal s A d IQ. e1n 0- .


Kanes f ity. At the same l it -, a tua,.e la twhk i. he ayst iA, Albert A Midlhel- a so asr o I'- l
made known the fact ithlat 'r ti. i "due., .it > lt.] e i'a t to chaleg n tio of t.he c or Drs er o YL Bur





In eat.oiute t tsoe l of the drgalittw-i aeriont.n of aelt :lsu(d. ad t htat t hel n el" t S e C ttCIEN T IFI t C s ow a e g ol Chksag. Mrs. 4pe :s .:.ra t t p "o 'ag
It deelol h e that te outheru mt a He fait rs a et ange to the ltmmitgritl tIh t for Smedek in n t e bee d a t e eaa 'o g
f ra tbr ,mmtt t 1"1 li a a e .a unud of lte teo te 4 the.ino't nTial% e hosoot.re ih.s Pwd rif t w wt .o Sl ig h. er: -c i. ,d co f d


thI ,o v the t .rd r i a. alt:.e a n et t fla qlt h A t r., fmt BdRde- che.istry to Pn e1 ,l '- *.. a .-
Thi as woe -eot d 4cfsrboon-k c slwd'atx oras tak C inah olr fi oo terr eat t -s the hl ds ti ae- tt thafr ra Thers primt es B mdS t -o .. lt -
Thei bstonea biro-es bTedred to c twen r e .iko t I- t itione IsAw .ola- b"e B.da A beet ai-, d- z,



T t oae the fp en f tert e at hi irto C. B- n te eol ht s; k lTel n t l. t e act wee eis dt t l e a e
t a s ,,e., th e at r t -e n t'es s od et t p. o the -- I to n sd t h e u iadi th at go r arss t-o-e "-otlr. t ho ,i
Krent-t City. At the aottmper 0 it- t o T hl seorewahri h p e f erory -ye itit VAG tIne



.It de iel d that Ite to ,te tihe hfat- n r oe t e h the e ligtc a ierp: I the it t h I to a hMa ca td It :. e .. --t
bm;ers Otft I eett e.S H, l I n a u r af o bet s T
Tren Waf the c e'titee i en au a id -thegeood of seweetie l mI Ae ir clA ac ts Pra_, e tha t i. foe lee- nb I-e1 e s



Ton f trrhe ea ete. b t r1 r e an toe f ae thdryt irte lr t ,i a ire: te ol tcb. i ser da t n





.tl n the : r Th ,, .r.s opo ,hd ,h, npr. elt I im I- e l tt o tMheotoed beofbhL rar ir rd-- th pred Jul- of e ta Il&JU hot
..a.. .... .. ... .. ,.. t' te p ia be wp
hea s t to woed .-l--la^ I- e" d byearC-eet -e e fr. i.- ---e
w' -en Ies aceptd u e se t P the iio- .." rh oMt p-fo o f I cas ise ar th e
beeudt oeif xf !gth e' e inheu r et thas oeir "Ita t Tl a ta de W t is l onr to br ho st of tdiht





an o enad dl lot.t t h le nets- l rI trt.tn Pe r r t 1 the f k eier pre lla a b i its i'e:a. wi ,, : :,. ay' a, t. t
tae d t he o a a atu e bcore. H eP r t i m r i et-c tfe w- "e-d g





c-t :tela su te s yi- f tnhe nl' IT h w n r t. ehee r Ie h e o d o
tim, mr .1 on to r h rarue Mis s rf = r
"et otav Mtu ted f ate 'a.t 1tal1 which were to m aeneed oa platform fleting a teie eel





TMnh o mttn'ad P ei T dy :.- a, a. m. iat a lh kdit l clil.,.- ,-un of .ia ,ll Bti. nd w ius i "k P." .T n a t i w t : ;
Thow s E WL. E .1 I- lc- d w:n It woe thraght Tba i In tow by a taom louneb. toke awated. at Th boiaeIs i ea






hlea d o ale t as tht tti o l r --1 re rittte -I t the notud t late d oI m the nt i.cor.ld t aheee f :"t hJ de b e -a ,es c. u-.a
ic aron e t n'io .al o a -i e oto. pe left o ,h th e l a tf~ n ,d t oea a ise ct lt eta ofd : 1:t y* atntde E 'r n b
teethee 0ead htf e the steMd, r-ew t t. .isto -rl.l t1Or .i ea aan r a _r, Mr
to mhti. ore the -. Northet1 n Is 1end wihI I z*m.(nt






Al lrma itt reU l t e I m r. ; .5 --- .l 11 oficert o 'e o e ct ai ,et e "t :et, ,ut fit h e a .t '" ''~\'. o.+tr -l, e o-cs .
th at-how Vsainr~r Ise C.ro r 1.- ti -ic- F.t- :. tt'-t -to:









--iae o d CONGRESSIONAL o, the .; s, toc teSSr i. so. r :, -*f -
ec e o d b e It L- dete -i r- -etlis aL ....s afd lu u" tr le ste _ds "f. .an_ ", a..ft -,
ptclte a'd l ; Im the dlol e-or s ; le, t' ,)- I itthe she alte "f roet _le"t. td a h enttrt fee`1 to nic ,









6M.eeaito Posse.d n t t--- :- t .:--, o t'h. c.icl. ,i1 ,I-ao tte j I -c -a ti ... . .... ..... l C. 1; .... ...u Rl. '









T e.e r B. ete. *.r . *.y .r, ...o.....g, o N.o r e.... ,o h- ,0 -, a,' i, , he t. r +ec .... ..;-,-i -.
oThe citihes of Pit brlg tnd A ei T! man Ai,, orteno : J at sell! h d -- etoo it-s n t ir
goo*or tf c o tt ee n rma : If he rle' a kor oe i l l- -' w d wl obef

















i Mh r r .asd+. tlrer f nr.. enltTy nlto + .. i.,. r ; :L ..... *. .+r = 1 01. .. *I ':. *E : >. X T .s *F.e c;,.-.r mot tat wu] wld m J a *, t .!-. *hkla.. ; .Ya ..
rc yr a df e be l- I-' Of Ia:. ft- I.Iw.- t Ch-q_ FS. : "I" Ic n m ** rv fli* l"r .> -..-
eec''f tt 'b--ceo m o' tbeei-ek '-o -l ece w! beti I iceTo n -';-r
the acue t bf le a ih rt e" P
c oo l -c to the bw ano f 'anika-, le e o f t-o e'i-oc eulyie cf a' ne w &;,d t lI_ -
th essyor -e fe lob T no -1' Inthos p tefceeW
laa go, h.e Si d lee io 11 to en tig lir .. ic-U i- I 1_1- re-.111 ftt - -
lastde d whe rek aela ere 5 o dJorhno F.hther ther m. seem-el ifI ItO Ir 'atel gh- c e I te -e r e 'a t
Isa pree and Jet;f at the ftol d fes- Ike a t th Vetted Manle" ... eom.ir' "to ti d tie' 5m is-e It isI. h
ha-l wfer e sa btpe rn eeae es oft 'c t S teele ilrsoana d ciies oprstk Tetceb-e. et
clafms i L leili5, Ctei pfr on and geetr ion se no' out 1,

The tithed of pl~theog di r- ta n e a s
A b e a r toc d dhois ftm i esa l o t g t ti A te -- t -i a 'e it; to t o,_ : 0 1 m e s e m
0 IIT ~U lii. .W Ilet .a :c f, t h a t e i O w w a e o d l e 0 - -t -
-a -- tiYl Y1s &: bonds of -' s a aS. -









the ~m'lir~i.; i x*-i~: n lAW S.Il















.mr THE FLORIDA STAR 3
A Ablo a..Sare oe.r I la Woi a as Wdel M a.. o.to. a Ir. o mTa Id .*
c ILty We"l@tay mhor the etb e. s A fpscial to the Chipley, er o RIl e0l" c th .efn
W E' OfaOO"" "mt"" Are de A M& aMae by r uga. Ia. e = = ef'"
SauAft aneA the Iteri of their one Kidmne Tome. .if an aulmost a -tlatrte Sa tt ptIbe sr a" t "nd
were d m he laws I IMI y ToIambic. e t myp w posItn, m *, &
we___*re__etowed Ttela loa ei untlt aaOccurroed on the eost of Taylore enar rdet entirag lo tthe co=npgadm
Sat iwith a boit o l Thursday. Novener 2th. P Mel
-MW "" rss. lhe be of weak Moste" llmeowK
^LbTh.eiL 1m111..iimihnne hel t Mr.Peillngm., Misa Hinto and mat h itohi om*r mpwll
4d O The 8heeh uekrmd -o M. mmnga, cnl- be of thin plane roek- topdI o.r. .llo eroeeitowl
el as Teisn Mesa ClM. -eht late port b.e= the hannel Are ,A rW e haldi. ad their camp abot sandown from an te aine or atur ~ It o
ba b sequined in averaging very large, one brough to 7" t d afternoon hunt. While the ecok Wae als a specifi remedy for alliechr hmal
ir. la W m & Hddlesto iat Strday Kd a hl reing their game they decided to Vdae resdut f at'
ef' f emeieabeo-e-n i t.iplag the bela at 8 1- ponnadit tth betome ao prevans try a sal as the wind wasu jt right throsaand ln disee (cept -
to as shtipo g n la M Watohes rangiaIn eme thate an h tn. Accompanied by little Cleave Thomas nsd for act m s
Ity of welght The average weight h we ey sailed across the bay to a point hl I for Iuos ihron easel s p-
of Spenlah Meackerel I froim 2 to 3 osys. theIfehdo arti- and had started back when a stout eitcta ins Blae Chek,
po -i.A.N iami Metrop ol a Is too I ft the began to blow; which drove them far Gold eal rotB Sdtione nOd
W a t m ei Oeala, deoeatng J. D. te mam tesha ou bea when t oa o t to sea. Cried for help were heard Mandrak Lotand Queen's root-all
The veto atodl6tom At the Dveere meetiag oi the Ia" an ae jab I iadihly praihld as resediw. for
re ty ommieri o Vonlota a re olthe pa lb it yaaet el by the erew of a pasing fishing boat islthbovemetiocedagetioabysseh
l Bmwa tl igsr mrer of n of wai ted fr the Ar dd o. ite b oe hors reache d them just at the last o achedt medthemlistad tattet aa
the d= Pr w'. sheot. Bulletin.f me Cat.
r. n Mm Jh their Oedlleldeytrb and'i sthefiSM mintm They reached their camp afer PH this .ofI


t il pl ot Vopaid or th deivery to the sherifft Womas en ae ends who macceeded p rotor-MA M Ch u. Caio rD_
thel ml cnerene n the hd o Vouilweo tp of the prismter at Wm s wll as w reds their friends rwho durceede In ream Hrm -t i. of P0
eha in i tlorMapetd th Th laWmy ih the state o Floridt. erae wth iddey ad bldder ioubl, lng them to consciousneas ad staned The ,e Ii
Do Tkhmoy morning wth a luarge at- Ad d e t or Phow te neat moene c a
The orange situation shows but U1t. r f d fJhn
sof delegatea from utsall pats te eaharge fort the better. The ob hey a isa edd dopd bdoiny the ir many friends that they
the at" heall ite the Post two te. o y d N lhw were bi meirly taen aiscnd.g by .aR
the board of trade of Dft on t he hon one dmda will be able to resume their duties in C
t ( ad toward t loring a a h s Ite o fnt anl noB t.maeyhad l det a few dt aylc. at are Oty i ir
ntoaarmrngmng with aDr. l bg ma t th der ase to sheew Pgoo sample byanas th nf mt ain
the ree nt t e.aThe ol t o th tn -thepdasochla A e. b I f-ier thond thcir many ofri that hfui wey
tcolo Thet emaret i aa little Capt Chro ge be. kl f p c t o f the ciO PRE .OMPA sY -shoew thaGolh d edal Disovery-
that al the e o bruary or the bt the dend is yet pretty slow. UP er of l l PAY LICENSE f rminds d fOV e oha rolbem al





."", """ .'."1""bo S s, '," "- -- ^n^ = thtath et
set to Friday 32,162 bones of frt had bee saffht min ty r r tricedesfes adn glycerine beivng -
-Pet HMa s a Itouat ll000 be e-i been shipped from here this season .. Bn iam N. Y. t e mpo n (Miami Metropolis.) Otm l e V.Pi aentirely mo jeat







;' Ownity Tele wg rapere made to captur hoe man eaters oter organizatioa Bive fnancial a Compan refuses to pV the city li. nex.ml'.inatsu~frrallend|,
Chld lt year in Orange hlpmewan prol.p date last cn 75.0aee0 boxes ha I A cae that p romi-es considerabl lit- In the core o slpo stomach as ui arlls be-
tote reenat time. The qWolity Of the been abhlpped.-Waehncha AdOCate. DOt mho ntsy midahe. bt rnmember pation and a conesti oi the lircns laws hiacl.thriat and lune aeltions. There
t b o Tallaaee, is tt ll t d ent Coty Fair next March, h beg RUDDER
frtt that u a abeent ad p ome time a the uarm. It pe the custom tor the tA Dlmeral yea d haer o th L t e aount n ecs inhW TO BOOKS
ger of t ty caou.c, h teee Wednentl eening Capt. Char e This seyte tae tBiheto~ t. dot he mcnripahal ct Friday a coneentae sn o reo ec.Iu te. ita.f uadc.









S oma pilty ot forer. Sentence hs lokn *dditio to th caPtala tater of genral manager and sertr E. V. dtic. of the poplation ol Miami. The Fr SK^ thSee 5natlp ma
SThompseon.-Mamad New Remp cord Blackma made to a reprsetcomanhold it meiinal root.s id sfe and rea lahi.
wd o raet yealr. a Mra Tha made an rnta moig. It wase that o the city against A boo.ltc otf eat acit ro emtnekn
The ge all report their attw- t he u ernew a M d rium. While onurl E. C. RSiowal Ca o br refufr- ai .c- e
.I oDade Fair 'I' e o C. F- Stubbs. agent here of the South- medial frties. cn-S 'isoi ddt
berry plant In floe eodltt This In the bay he discovered a leopard, o Dade May NL Haebbsa l th n
tare hldre thoned dollar rop will mna eating shar, In st rggle with tMiami Metrc polly sl of t When bte cas wthas called Mrs. -Stbs n -
beins to matme t aot tnIety days. an ordinary shar. QadL marragesmenta Unless the Eoard of Trade or some It appears tat the 8uthler E .a pres
ateod County Telegrap.- were made to capture the ma eater, lther orgatniation egie nar anial nt- Compay rcfu to pay the city p T eILa f unn A m-
Charlea Myers, for year a prowl- and after a long and eciting streggle. sistanure ther will be no annual Dade ceinse of $100 imposed upon the com-
ant bnes m of Tallah an it ssee, nll t and o he r cm aiur net March, as ha be part t or doing buh iess. in ty iami. on RUDDER
inee agent uan or eome time a laded In the auaerim. It proved to one enstom for the past seranportl yete tha wand t ihat tlamout is in ex.ess HOW TO BOOKS
eder of the e ityal o i has 3, bonee hudrede fet and lome having oer c ThIs wasins ance the ltemenl of that prescribed by the State law hine Ow s aso Amm ia fo teans
nuid galty of forgery. Sentecee has Ioong addttion to the raptaln's inter- ot general manager and secretary E cities ofi the population ofi Miami. The ato tac. reahsa =s : #
catbelt t tint colleeot onS-Miami New Record Blackman. made to a representtlve t cmouant the express company holds it is = r: i'-p. .`-s t. -h it oi ,
Td Igovernment eng coeema r. Law- The Migea Metropolis of Wednesday the Metropolis this mornig. In stno isabhl to pay was tendered the city cyn c er
S seelSt Mr. ir Keen, tO Wash a: YesterdaY was a banner day- -t ofl his statement Mr. Ba alackmael ollectMr wome time ago. but refusd by WT .D
I't. i C, are In Wat Phlm e wth the kingrhermen and are l eaid that the P. E. C. Railway Co him.l Tie comny has since refu ed aCsl'.i s c .S 'x i
Poe t3M bond e o hich a to twn ten and twelve thoeand Palmor the land department of thd tl pay ti. ..I $0 sd the arrest O ... A .
e me ithout e Okcb eWill of them went s t from here ame, prmoting the fair, Is tired l of Mr. Stnubbs I agent flloored, T.e I~e ...r ae. n.
have Ist to eght mee la tllegal e i te night ando this morning to the uytting up practically a of th e e When the c. was called Mr. Stbb-s ow TO BUILD A Rea-G
uriat pet n teir head- rthern and western markets Each tase of giving the fair. They art asked fTor a cntinuanc uPtil Jar ..
Sate at thra s B ette.--Tro d every ba and there aare a are wIllng to do their fll pal t and t ore. in order to have coutnil for the rem- ow- o cun .. a MoToR AUnXC
e that let tume of them engaged in the king.- ot wI require assistane. ThIl l n precrn to reprecent the c-nmpal's ci.hr.,io whi.
ehI srts end os t made good oecatc hs Cop heretofore han give athe on de of the icu.e City Attorney Gu- Oh To anto me nAI
he tate npeme Court has tn- a- having t the neighborhood of one of the fair building tree. traPnsPoe ier also oountd time in ahich to look -.. ,, a. s.a
daie Its deealons In the o00 hundred apnd one having over two eahibits free and subscribed Ilberall mto the a i on the sojct, and the o n .. n mo
lea ainst the iety a f c t. Petersbugt hundred o board and being loaded to the oexpene of the fair. co.tion unce was grante ,ttcla t. C 1 .I.~ -t\
tad nainag the yed.sit.r Telloit of their greatest capacity. The fsh aver They are still willing th do i t i inN0o0W TO ILD FLATTII OR IaAt
the ehrter mednta The opinion a poun. nd i weight Today mrk m the a ter fundse mad e a ailable. N YOR N SPAPE
To haded down by Judge Taylor and eet boats the grounds ae larg- it will be impossible to hold the fair.OW TO ILDn A OL YACHT

















A n r lemon br on exhibition at r""s. Tu.sly merncn, v narraes r naed Jaudon a" Pad Thi, plea .t K ture ,f 9 rS S '. m
was concurred In by all the other f er than usnal. erery boatman eaged Mr. Blackman stLated that the cityS PECIPIiad.. ..
the be( n This means that the pmo- i the business being out and if the Counil will donate the sum of i$21 Pf 1. A
prerd ii00 bomnd hne which was to catches of yesterday are repeated t- an d that If the Board of Trade will do PRICo m mac CeneAw C
p made wiethny otsnbing ofthe qsan night S hipm enpi be th la te a similar amount, iat It bea a-i- DIC-i, t Pnu -n Mlp, t r o i. io~ aam nnMc--Su s
n to the people Is Illegal, eat in the history of the indust-y here. hi to hold the fair. by y 5 lat t rtatl-snx rn
ers eigheen ad onighalt inc Paos p isin hn If he is gi ve the anssuranc, o this I B I lt n T RUDDER PtJLRIEHING.C
freight train wor partly derailed at the lneiin tmm istance he will take up at once the A well-lonw asuimT. y cn rl hematiosm .Ma c s mvn .w c roca. oI. a.
y pot, d e o te matter with the original promoters at i s the readers --I a l nr New Yrt SiDo t- C o Br ee fa
LAt a meeot.n of the State Boar nr Quite an erciting e e o rr the fair and eliees that it s not to daily pepr the ollowing .val le,. ret. Ta,
M that left the track butted against here Monda., the onti thing that hoent, t to bald the fair. rsmple oad heali e prerip t o, wh- a.
it was decided to erect a suitable b ill t"e y ornoI hee oI _e r an one n asily p l are at hoie.
e north end of the ab ed ne. of the dered on a disturba D eputy She, i Flid Etn a Itndelion s llltalf
public dam o it son badly that a new AHo llen and Hers arrested an iCntoaen- Eca.eid Way Grve. -onneo Comlpud Kasron, 055one ; i" t
ared will hare to be bult-y etn li eated white .ma and were oneci E Comproud Syrp arimnle. Itre*e '












einl that the e e deed o thea tsa lte ioa, c t m a u b g h,:, b irhnd. to r ,,, ,, i T iMim eropolis Weda sy na.ee
t he elthas ireoie fo er. ca the old him to jail. whien Deputy her r. M e i n on e Ieput .f i(i INS a M
trstre has iling been n eye sore. M.iller appeared upon the scene with a, ,nan ic la mn tm
tae board ted oteAs a result of their gas en t agin l f sai ao ttroelnsltl alter reel *eal and at KILL COUCH >
ofthe wbaree succrred en th e m racct big rel r in hanrai rd and d eman ded wt ne thc I l n lti tn, e.


























ed and the blllldlnB prop'osed be weec.t le. .."enledl i. n,. a~rl I ,..l Ii HD o R. -'us r.; .1 a anl t hen.er Ietd l t a t Titu' Mr Ih tt WITH P
leavng the side-trak ropen d s a n th l ol te n to cok it s lie n the t et I Ie s i. te i i In
raic s wa tis a delayed -Starhe tel- wre compelled to do. an s neither orn f the ,ASla tir oran, the boat is Ih tail f;llt an, od .l--ripl- .ll
gmep te had a gun. and Miller evidentlt ..an Iwreck ear the Housre of Refuge and lltartmlaYv at snll os.t, ndl. brin W DSf
ogadbad s sa.sd br te nO a isherer- named Jaudon and Pad Ieclalner a-vir,.u if har t o ake. te.o l .asIk -c sI .
A arge lemon Is on ehibition at business. Tesday- morning a arat
Herfer & Whartne's. It is one ot the was soran out tfr Miller ehlreing hint hints to Ia ltir itiller. are the var ilu 4I c ,r i T r re-v. .A ener an Iw M
argest Aoeen io come tme. It is not with obstructing an omcer. Depuc :ntI.. ,lan-1sf-vc.n-owYrna.
perfectly round, bring ot an oblon Sheriff Allen espied hi. nitn acroesr S e r r i : it Ini ti- ls, c ir cri-ld al .- c .trps claIm
shape. The greatest distance arouna the treet tot l it,. iurnc-ccsrc-. tlo el lohe ca Stlt 4 lt r citaihOid i J, the
it in nineteen inches. while measure .md slipping up on him with t da l coos while the rati we;, kigf-shini. ..,.liS-i ui -lhcr, are n.cr cal
at the shorter distances, the tape r s- i arrl shot-glun, o:'tic rr1 hin ti thror rf t House Of R fu-, In quite o th ltill ri.c i t .,- IIE Ic
bc send h,-ii i n retc o. to cl r',+ 50 YEARIS'
ters eighteen and one-halt inches Post tip his hind, which he did. and Iii-, l XPERIEN
master Hanna has several tres at his ,Icslcer di hil, i rl h;1-0 i t -' I 0 c tar i,, L t c i Oasc ...
home. The i arietty is ho.a as ill-- to jai: and Iackdl tp. Itono h -a ] l.,ci t_ c r- l' l 5,-cc fore c*-
Ponderosa- The tree has blooms atc ,ioan br,,ldt h!. i it t1 c n his Inhli f tcci-s -
tre-hSte r ad .l ., i ad:e,0l a-li. arIe i 1t- It :
fruit on its branhs rh hr beli re Ien -e th- e circclit c-, r, in. ~ l of -- ri', t h i
The fruit eihibited at HefPtloer & Whac which bond hr gtal, a end -s rl-aed Th,. :- 1 ,in t5 l. ,.,A
to's was picked from a two-y.ar-el1 ci ":'n -tlctd Milhtc illr' carn n t, Dt mInam
t r e e - i L P t e ubrur g t-de-i-t,- a a n c i r ,nnn rri aw s s Cln aedc n,
At a meeting of the State BO-rd(,l -f ch a f .r, !le I E
Health held in Jacksonville Thurslay a w c I l a cr-- 1l:'i: !!_ 1, c. = ,
it wa decided to erect a suitable bu Chcie b- I l llntli it I ard uiadc Chidr- -,,nn v. a a ev ac
gto ealsh aboal J25.r00 Th, l-a'd iia !t itaciI ii- t thei% C idren
public works ofl Jacksonville hain o- "'+ .. "n, "'0 ," i te, IN.
A Hams Made Happy by Chamber- `. i I --O-cr "ci Lis
agreed to reommend to the ciiY roun nhisi .-iI the cr5 5 .
ladn' Cough Remedy di- 1 .-t
cil that the city decd to thet or ll cc.- ciollc or hh Aeds ro ren Icc uctc na rct -tuUt g .gisI tom a ,. eh o0,gtn
of health a siter for the location of t si I -l.-s .- a I- ilDl. i.... 'h- r1 i o c-:I c Im cconrs t a ,
proposed building tsr the useo 1 t -it -i- t r *-- ccc- 1 cl-i stI a k k cc ctcnt ci ill i e-n t hc 1 'n h;i'i .,"
state boa e rdt rdhe adopted a inwol +i t.. .. I-..i c ,in I 'r olit t c it ., ti ,- K:. K ILL O UCH
tion to the ffctt that it io the nsor-- ctr t..di.. arnlil i c\ l c,,d ,,, ia i .t'a ,I-.. .... CURE Te? LUhNC
of the benrI that sorb deed be acrcl- c ,riet p. find; r- in. r-n, di s icc t .1 :scl, i ,:n w.,t a ,h,, h Ie n b-. f- ":-ti c.-
ed aed the building propoSed be r.er.- .. in-c c, ..I.IcI.. ..n Ii ah .ril i ..... R1- iIt- i,. .. .. latiil s t .I .c l !." the 5 1c I t's
ed thereon. The site proposed andl gcedn Iliac I, cv tlr aInc-.-rlincc r ,slt i c ts r lerc I lns Ic n- I e .... l WIN TH
te5h in astisfactory to the n5a,4 r Iin Itcii ,n dontd rlcahb i-ite Un hc h: tti IS en .. cc he
waformerly socated the city 1.11. Thic id.ccit; -..in+,,S ... l ..a In- --i ca-c t--f HAdDY MOTH PAPER New Discove-y
hoard of health, is the lot on whio spriin. N. I"t Fcc sale ic I t:tner alru a- !z M tPtEtal N wouns.
lot s bh aded by Jula, Bloihm and _i_ ai T.,t. -d, h ,i i, I-", i lr-rtr alendc"cec l Emi I''t rC -6,Lh
Ceda, teets. and lies diretlV aerass U A- iO-i ...... -icc+.- h i.r c..t, IAn.V c:itcrit31-11Y iX. a-: mlA w.Or.,l -rTAS VUmDU i IGR IB g t.
Hogas creek from the Springfield hmgu lItsliesYo pawa r *.c ,.Ickl la i c -,'kL 'a", titnti tlM ALLTNOAiAcLcGttMtUg FS
p t at the foot of Sfenod street is . ai, I-, tir-c i, 'Ic a t r. GU K I&aFNPlAttO
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THE FLORIDA STAR mY, asmu, r

OSAenator k Rallorrd of Selo Malory
THE OLDEST MAN IN AMERICA
i,_ ar- S.fl. Mfsry.ifed. usdey
awitnof thesidned. He Escaped the -Terrors of
satriken with pmaryaiNov. 0th,
A -M SWter e ur o omnlys Mlheys o Many Winters By
,.. ber2,1.~ Reenated teC osfU g
Sinirginia int- r Using P,-ru-na.
MELMS1881. aal n the spring of 18M was y a h O a
Down Tampa a few da a appointed amidhipman n the Con le m aeMr. Boo ys:
Sw oeneedin the onty Jai fedeate avy. He ntered George- tA rr ams has Iir d is the wo rld
SbId tiatisuti tie M d thearn town e lee. Dist f Coandmbiaa, m-> as n I have, h ought oha n e
m wthe "th "an sa in aaride eIta great m.an mhig by "-"
dK oved wafith o the booty Taos 1 M m St Pta. It k Ioporo eda m lh.
ASh to wake up or slrt thing they He taughta clams at G-gt-OW Old '04 fams h things Ih&ae 1"Ifo
bek emd te for the U S. sanet t o N Age tot the Ustc teIopsree
counrtof Loisiana at New Orlem direot, y ratto amh effects of
k e a idat ofPP-e1a'-u.u. theel sa rllidyearl s I have
ve Oak is to have a edite 874 he removed to Pelola t ood the cha geol C/mnte
Souat convention Jan. 11th- and began practicing law. In1876 I hve ysbee a ery blth
ro theway they are emnig o he was elected amember of the lower "man, but of couai rs, ubjee t to the ait
SL a lot of them oght tobe hoeoftheFloridlegislature. In f testio which are due to iudde
Bat"bytathame. If they doal 1880e was elected to the Florida c4 o i tbsclimatead temp rae.
coea ot it mht i be well to have a state senate and was reelected to As ar Dr. Hartman's r ed'Y
hma"gin g4p" onvention a little I the mine position in 1884. st, e t t I have only relt to le the
Son to mplif the poltieal nsite He was elected to the fifty-see- e ff m these aonly reflia rt e
tio a litte. A marked ontrast to ond and fifty-third congreses from a s fay stanesy for many yearss
toeel tp ne wilte d S tatw sea, b t e n m y sindtfy fo r ma n y y e a rs.
d, hrthe first district of Florida and was ad I attbute y ood healt
l et therna e ies elected to the United States senate adextrmaeowld rae to this rem-
Srippl e p the poitial by the legislature of Florida for the ea.
term beginning March 4, 1897, to -It enaetly meets a1 my require-
The NewYorkTribuneys: "No which position he was reelected in so te. itdie n mets ro theevil et-
American ever thinks of inquiring 190, without opposition. In June, tren th:lt isep m blood In ood ci-
whether the bulk of Japan's navy is 1904, he received the degree of d eation. I have ome to rely pon i
on the eern ortheestern ost toflawsfrom the Georgetowna nie- almost entirety for the many litll
of tht am or whether it is cruis versity. thtingfor owhich I need mediine.
ont-ttpire or whether it m of Whea epidemics of a grippe first
ig in the diretion of Formos or enator Mallory wasa member of b a to make their appearance in this
S e Janeso rog the senate committees on commerce, onmtry I was a uffer. from thi die-
i the perfect t Of fisheries. naval affairs. Pacific islands 1e wr
f Am and Porto Rico, patents public *I lad several long slees with
S seterdst fleetrito -JBar.t of Ame cKt alrhealhrici. Patifents, public
e itsleetintoanypertof r- health and national quarantine and th grip. At first did not know
Swte to ake the revision of the laws of the United that Pern s a remedy for
de1vous either at the Golden Gate or this disease. When I heard that
Hampitheo Ro aid. the rlppe was epidemic catarrh.
RAILWAY TO KNIGHTS KEY I trid Person for a grippe and
found It to be just the thing.
We ar happy to state, says the OnlyFourHours BySteamerfrom lsn lartellerid, lirolH wrl, 0-
BuovReod.nllmwell ad feeling as -1t1 I, I
SBartow Recor, that from every di- There to Key West. have for years. I would not be w b
reetion the news comes tous that the Within another week or ten days at out Pera'e
wave is for Stokton for governor, the outside, trains will be running Mr. Ima Brc, r1 s o y1 Yours truly.
Where we have been we hear only arosstheimmense conre te viaduct sAACac ocK,seitismnoMelenm .. -- L
his name mentioned in etion at Long Key and thence aross the com mtyTeas ai' hlivedf yrls Des tosk a UnInd Slis
hisr s ameuyingtonand<- on s l etter FancrsyJuly dBoodsw rartUntdSae
withthe eefor that office. Feel- keys to Knights Key, from which the pals, manh a lies e rlowade l a. i ra er eated l fiOtro s
ingagreatinterertinhis uccess, it P. &O. .S. Coexpectsto beginop- ow lves wth lss m-I4s1 a aum pM d m Mr. rockbyb hiswie. arah J.
gratifies usvery much to hear such erating its Key West and Havana M Texs Veee o k r wars. *.Las inter I had just gonten
pleaant news from Polk. Stockton steamers early in next month, con- 80o tiame2o by 081 Us Sha a orse welt i. year up out of. spell of sickness, when
-the Democrat-who can stand ev- nections from the mainland being lpte h g a his head k t the Ir L w I commenced taking Peruna. I
ery test, is a true friend of the peo- maTe by rail. en se ths et Sam a Andm s A .y. e d e th think it improved my health very
pe, and when he becomes governor, Thelast arch in this gigantic eun- Jksao-. fW Msfall tmit thate much."
Florida will have just cause to e dertaking was completed st week Mr. mek a dnielee Periam the g neatest r pi pt, M. r ild
Floridwill heand now a forceof men arhustling ai familh Bible is sntill r -dn, s the a.. .ar caPer..al.oh P
proud of her chief executive. teis family BIbl Ie stil semo 1W' of th. as the .ataer abwi r eso en nvn I In nodt
with all their mightand skill thelay- andit hor that the date ort-b birth answer them ll, a, I thiuk thley co
ng of the track as the viaduct. wa- written iles se bot e and try M"
Theironadsel businisn The completion of thearch wasmade Ask your druggist for free Peruna Almanac for 1908
the first to feel depression n busi- an occasion for a demonstration, dy-
ness, and it isamong thefirsttoshow namite was fired off, revolvers shot Under the White Tents
signs of recovery when better times and a sort of jollification indulged by Thousands of artistic posters and other
are at hand. It is a fact of course both engineers and laborers as the attractiveadvertisingliterature through
that there has been a very consider- task means much to them in that it ot this section of the eountry, make
able falling off in steel and iron pr- has been said by some that the via- theloganicipatedand happyannounce- A
duts since the October panic in New duct could not be built, and because ment that the Sun Brothers' famous
of the thousand and one obstacles shows will exhibit in Titusville on the af-
York and the next reorts of t that had beset and confronted them ternon mand evening of Monday, Dec.
steel companies will show this, but from the very beginning of the work. 30th. This year every department of a
it isn't believed that there is a per- All remaining now for the comple- this alreadsy aigamuseent rarnival has
iod of hard times in sight so far as tion of the viaduct are the finishing been eormously augmented. Thenum- Send for one of our Vegetable Pamphlets and see
the iron and steel busines is con- tnuches and these can be put on a berof performers employed doubles that i from the reports there made what good results
of last s n -nd the programme is nw were had by the use of the Mapes Manures this
cerned. The report is that them are leisure. Experts pronounce the via. one of an ultra-meritorito character year notwithstanding the terrible drouth. It Con-
indications that after the first of the duet as strong as steel. iron, cement There is not an act presented in the en- tains lots of valuadle information. Apply to
year there will be a marked inerease and wood can make and practically tire performance to cause the faintest E. L. Brady & Bro., agents at Titusville
in that business. While the numb, indestructable. Its construction is semblance of a blush to the cheek ofthe Jos. Paxton Rckl
of orders will be inacreascl after the considered an engineering feat that most fastidious. The Sun Brothers' Jos Paxton, Rockledge
rwil occupy a prominent place in past Shows have always been the acme of J. M. Sanders, Cocoa
first of the year. and present hazardous railroad eon- chastesnss. In the mammoth zoological A T. Patillo, Osteen
strurctin. department are exhibited typical sii-i S. Bergmann, Merritt
W. J. Bryan Appointed Se Between here and Lng Key, or mens of every spcies of animal lifeex+
W. S. Norwood reeived a elegram that nortinm nnf the read in the keys 051 At isof tl ed nal alu. or to J. R. TYSEN, Jacksonville
tintt i of .tlh* trore ess.tei-l dalrt
yesterday from W. J. Bryan, ofJack a large forne of men are engage d thtern n.i e ,uh .mane of Alnrio'a n
sonville, statingthat Governor Brown- lining p alt nin ting thin, thack in boot knowrn zologeiaigarens__. "M__ush
ard had appointed Mr. Bryan to he firet cass conditioin, preparatory to is the sunshine of the sorl,. this poetic
runninir lnamsengnr trains through to quotation has nen bhorn n in nd b the o n. "
.UnitedoStat senatr" vice Stephen Knights Key. with the inaugurationn manar ement and the musical portion of
R. Mallory. deceased. ftr the balance of the steamshil sailings from that the programme has not been n eletnd Mail Orders for
of the term expiring March 4. 1909. place sme time next mnth. A fine concert band of twenty men ith
Mr. Bryan i a prominent yog It is aid that Mr. Flagir ... iie I feur special t-1ists will give ...1TO
attorney. only 31 ysets o age, and in the first party and tin the first onc hour !-rveno to the emnninmg of
now holds the position of county s- train that is taken aernis, the viadut the rular "bion h lln en rteinmenHR ISTM A S G O OD S
licitor for Duval county. He was at Long Key anti on ton the keys b der the harmony for the regular per-
born in Orange county, Florida, Oct. low, he coming down fromSt. A- formance. Asan introduction tothe are given special attention by
10. 1876. He is the son of John M. rtie for that express purpe good things to be offerl at the aftr- HE H. & W B D W CO
Bryan. wh ed forteen year as when theengineers are ready for the noon and ev...ening performances in Ti- THE H C
state senator and afterwards a tuoville. a series of magnifictnt free- xFLA.
memberof thestate railroad rm- The gic o. hibitions will begives on the hoh JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
ission. unber three is a onderul It 110 a.. Thes free on who carry a large and varied stock emnbrac, ng
Mr. Bryan was agraduate of E toet lri.. at (lCedar C ln6re, Me wihll e worth witnessing and L ,
MrBm wasa gradualetter wlic r. s,: "Atwillincludeaerialistie "thrillers," novel Toys, Dolls, Fancy Goods
oJy college and Washington and Lee ter enfering ch il liver antd kidey comedy acts, hand concerts, daylight
university, beginningthepraetieeof trmuble, n eing fldiro et he Mesrs. Sn e ~ Gift Books. Pictures, Leather Goods
law directly after his graduation by the ailure to find relef. I tried El iyite the lbi toome and see
Sivriainet mid is, a red,uh I am a well these brilliant free spectacles, even if
the university. a a Th lrelier nd they cannot attend the performane. t Express Wagons, 'Rocking Horses
Mr. Bryanannournced dyphanddayor indigsa .tio. roe p Velocipedes, Fireworks
Wlred hiot on earth toe otnmach, liver a o lhl dtI iditd et ytp end r emes
for the U. S. senatorship about two and kidner troube bIn .itustille Plar. s l d Bditt ai.resd me
modth ago. acyd i u Bannler r Stor. 5t -J. H. Walker. Oan br. Ohio


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STHE FLORIDA STAR S
ft~hh~etbIsvau61 Ti nat Lj, SAIlCIl N
modas See a taa str .4

-"- atilFla HARDWARE
l6 Ara the price of eattU wil be ia ]ti
slid. bri lr... b """r"4it h t ** Jas. Pritchard & Son 1
to al tl ie in- m he rt distribt, is pd ed by con- bi t
-.-_u=-.41.. gra.db- SUN BB W0 Handle the Finest Lines of
mill tDu you The He propses to urge the considera- ,
Mall ,eo,= l Ieot US of the nsoin sedity ..Ii PrIbgea Sh .. Heavy and Shelf Hardware
tom dhimfb= afster the holids,and has the asur-
svl t a few hours satihepport from many sources.
.hr~n le toe ph. It.h rbeon hred ttthe nalva Our Stock of
B.lbowdsmothers, storesrof thenomntryare controlle
.oN.C. stolctiw.n byatro,~aldthetthepripeoftar- Guns and Sporting Goods
S iltR.Hudmn Burrwa petieadbi-produtsredu ed by
.~lme wllam. B.rym the combinatio ne material l is complete at all times
rtre IngaAdvisor John Xur- of people interested inthe produe-
Bum a thee and Brother ton.
S Theame charge,min sbane, i Paints and Oils of Quality I
is n ter Nat? Wy. Bro- madeagainsteotton buyes,whom,
O a It s c.unidate WiliamsJ'. itisaleged,haveenteredinnd one of our Specialtiesj
SieLt Hetbe powerbehindthe oragreement, wherebythepricesare
te an ad his advice is heeded far nnipmuated and controlled. ,
S. e than thatof theprofessional Edwards' resolution als upon the Winter Quarters and Home Office: Quotations for large or small orders will *
Sel avinfr. department of commerce and labor Central City Park, Macon. Georgia be given personal attention. Mail Orders
"Te.ews from Penscolawas the to institute an investigation and if solicited and promptly filled
S meof the coference and nless fatswrrant the allegations to turn It is in every ase qnaity ndsocit prompy
S hadlymi enthere wilbesome the evidence over to the department variety-aGreatShow TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
a dAes i the pplitical slatethathas of justice for criminal prosecutions. Brand New Slinter Features
hm land up.
"I andestand that it has been EXPOSITION OPENING IN Finest Bred Horses Exhibited ww wW
wf edithatintheeventofCongress- Florida Mid-Winter Fair Starts 5 Performer, Male and Female -
ma Sparkmn announeing his can- Up January 15th, W is 25 Diminutive Shetland Ponies
diMacase a ortoiSenatorMal- The most notable event in the his- 3 Ilustrious Musicians
hay,md aidate Willim J., of Jack- tory of Florida, since the timeof the -S -- F A i
awaHile, wil withdraw and the great Sub-Tropical expsition, will be the Whole droves and troupes of mar-
Napola In of Jmaconville, will be- opening of the Florida Mid-Winter velously educated To expect your local merchants to carry a full stock of goods
n em caidiateor thentorsat hip. International exposition in Jackson- Elephants, Ponies, Dogs, and be prepared to sell you a few pounds of flour, a necktie ora
"Bat Candidate William J., of vile, Fla., on the night of January few pieces of lumber for your conveniences, and then when you
Jaa ie, mustekeptbeforethe 15th, 1908. On tt occasion Go Horses, Lions, Bears, ant abarrel of flour, a suit of clothes or a carload of lumber to .
sonville, Noteos the sen aial lsto d progrm cssta f ran drt.e Monkeys and Birds When your town needs help, or a subscription for charity is 4
rinite Wilia theJ., ofackonvill, A profongrtulatiostngof an ddres wanted, do you send to those merchants away from home and
S Owill lter" tl elgJreU*ilal candi- President Roteirt, aeunddr International Congress of ask for it? If not, WHY Suppose you do pay slightly more
Ste egr onal n nt ooevelt,d ddsefor your goods at home, you get it ack. Your local merchant
day aen and endeavor to wrest by Mayor Sebring and other gentle- CL IS d PANTOIII S helps pay taxes and aids in every local cause.
theb i inlt eoin em the n of theboard of tradeof Jack- C __
g Ra Fark from co n of an d i a m 2 Complete Perfnmances ROBBINS TIME IS MONEY
"It n ee that the psed for the ocesion by Sousa, the Daily: 2 and 8 p.m. nm.
mable eiS uof i e railroad eoa- bead king, wil be rend&ered.
m i will have tobe satisfed to Withtheflrstriningofthechimen, Doors Oen 1 Hour Earlier .,
b an on to that little job for a while which will be placed for the occasion (laep ..rted. pRid c aital as.coo.o
' ne.a foir it wa decreed that the onthe big stage, thedirector geieral U At 1la m. on the show t
Hn.JohnN.C., aloof Jacksonville, wil formally declare te exposition grounds a plethora of fre Thiaon Rso v Coa
wld be the logical uceeor of Na- open, andthee will be a general re- miles to see to ,on the d Lad River,
Lsesd pavin steets ntime to foraly oened for the occsion, 0Ce lAfreIU 0trlillBt "i' s"
ake the race. and it is expected that there will be PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMRI
S"The nws that ha come from no delay whatever in this big event.
Waington to the effect that Hon. The exhibits will comprisedisplays FielnsPugii ecord dorlndist.
Wliam B. Lmar wants to go up of gods from many foreign coun- Joe Fielding, the famos pugilist, orct ... Thi i Ji.t true in tp t Seaing
higher, politically, has not disturbed tries, inluding a magnificent Jaa- won the champion belt of England M hia ne s ythin. ele.
theJacksonville nttinet, for they nsexhibit, automobile and motor Mar 29th, 1889. Fieldingwaspre TrITUVILLE anD MIAMI. By sin Lag SbtletMuhine nnatter
mm it outhat Jacksonville must at displays, general merchandise, ented with theScotchhampion belt ayh r n ol u mna e re au-e.ll thrioneg
h the enatorship, and that N- and a number of splendid and well in 1887. Since he has been inAmer- AST COAST NEAT l THETTANIARD IOTARY HUTTrrrLE
poleon I, of Jacksonville, is the only arrangd contributions of products ica he has defeated all comers with SEWING MACHINE
Sthey have strong enough to en- of the soil and workshops from coun. Muldoon and Kilrain's combination. Will n.k. .S0 itct-h in the me time Lc-,g
ter and have a ghost of a showing ties in the state of Florida. He alsoim stood four rounds on two dif- hell Ssan. iinc ML n Ie s ms
against Congresman Sparkman." Some of the attractions that will ferent occasions with the champion Flof dridtln d a-' "" I 1.Pr.i th .a tee. b e-
But allof thistalk ofthe Wise be seen at the exposition will oftheworldBobFitzsimmons. Joe nrd ai by Ur pitain alnpir,.noty
One,itwillbeseen.iscontingentup- bethe Bostock great animal arena, has boxedJack Dempsey and Tommy W Stir i tnyrs my y it. s t ...h.r. THE
ote.NI)ARIAD nRAND ROTARY, TIlE
SCon ogresmaUn Sparkman becoming the Coney Island infant incubator, Ryan. Fielding knocked out Geo. w, ORLInS BFNT SEWING MAi HINE is r
a candidate to succeed Senator Mal- the Johnstown flood, Cagney minia- La Blanche (the marine) in New N hts hii in n h SIn--Lk d Chain St. Ib--
lor y.tu railrad, rai avrer' cirDular Orleans and fought Andy Bowen for Ds notfl ft iinvestitte the merits f the
Cngresman Sparkan has not wing the Ingersoll fiureeight, the $12000, Bowen being later killed in of ll Knd. d."Za' t sin ManI" R,ne. n
yet o andit is not likely royal Berlin educated flea circus, the ring by Kid Lavigne. Joe Field- sPTASn,?DRTARY. A a.nmti.n i
thathe will doso until he returnsto Seminole village, Eskimo village, ing's latest encounter was the van- TITSVILLE, FLORIDA sm.n I'lan- iitmrited .5ing Mabhim
Tampa during the Christmas ree Danner's picture show, and many quishingof Andy Freedlund in Mi _he __Standard rwi MachiMne .
oefcongpres. others. Among the free ats willbe ai, Fla., forthestatechampionship. 0. A STEWART h"i. no Sl.* A"n. l
In response to telegrams sent to airships balloon flights, aeroplanes Fielding will give a scientific ath- The Standard Sewing Machine
him from this city, asking him toan- on exhibit, motor boat races, live letic exhibition at the opera house is sold by the Indian River
nornce forthe senate, Mr. Sparkmnan stock shows, baby coach parade, Goral Titusille, Dec. 28th. FIRE Music House, Titusville
bha made no reply other than that he parade. Hardy, the high wire walker, wb..a, watha..r S pner.
will bein Tampa in a few daysand called the Blondin of America, and E a. In ran a l an
will discuas the subject with his many others to be announced later. omtiv .atemet or tematrones
friend Sousa and his band will give a con- rinrll for the week .din Tus. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
How the entranceof Mr. Lamar crt on January 19th, afternoon and will effet Mr. Sparknmn'shancesis night. Many other attractions of a .. N o r 6'
problematical. It may be that an similarnaturewillbeseenand heard. I represent some of the leading
arrangementhasbeenmadeatWash- i. 7n n M W companies of the world and any
ington whereby Mr. Sparan will business entrusted to me will re
not opposehis fellow member of the y asedpimentl an th ey nnnt rseh I he i entrusted o me will
ot his fellow member of the cnl r. T ',l.. n' .n, ceive prompt andcareful attention
honse. stionedr d safineiudtbytn y-snUnLio. Ih.psmnrer inlnl fthS nu. --_ _-
The candidates for the senate now ,souean -.nen I ioni o ef temnI lin ie. h n in.,r o ''h r. -, in.u
announced are John S. Beard. Dun- ema .naue. W-.h' .... WbL n-Aincn -- ISEEDSl 0nn-Cnis -
rs harea rumlinennad cr iperfen hr-n. H. P. H t.at ti a tala y m I. yeas
ean U. Fletcher, T. J. L Brown, lne and whe it iI ri ddffesn affiii,-iHn'e. S !Llly wtdiJ am ra a
W. B.Lmmr, WilliamJ. Bryan. A. O. t i~ be restoed in .ts norms UlarE-.h at srF t-ma I. r l mLele
WrightMeanr. Bryan. Fletcher an no inn rPEn-l A ;91 Taa. beal -tha-
Wright, Msrs. Bryan, Fletcher and it earing be destiroyetd f ,rer. About Digestion SPE IA OFFER: aa s 5n6 h
Wrigt being al from Jacksonville. a elo r t acst --ed by ma It th. q-ouanty f tn aken t w sant
wbich s thipgbutailad onwndition of tl .l..nont liwretenl and ,nil llated thatl nac' W Is ass.- ths s
.iow m enf a used b0 Joln-rh) thente. h nn- .ha erlaine t itomnath andn Lir n r ipat e a tLm t.PLI atn. i ali
hlld ahtasme" eold which deorl- ircrlt j CHEE. & M.. Tolred. 0 id tIe., ti l rorl their fnn o,1iD. The Wtdfdst :m s' b PMpi. t. Aver. .
F.* J. CHEEY l0ta- n lt It e relir- I-ne "Mir Son inereasel
d i lnt Ultri," when shetrnth war dkbdnist,.;i5c. ntre.th and eiitl l endoir nse SEND 10 CENTS
Ut e mld had implyleh the littlense Hal's Faly Pilst the s and cl .r head. Pree 25 en ll. n For n,,sal. 'a.e -ai
paic l y ll .se ptible lne ne v tt enar lrd a... d Tinoev ilr ..r.. w
aehsl perian. When Chaneein'. a., IcHs the -tnn ________ L. kllte, L 5 W* ED
0-H i t a.t" -M s IS t oC"-A" M.C3.3... 3. X AL. V, W. ELDRI ED
was.ateX dssW- WND8 p.. 1Md _41 Tb Up-to-kte Pister uad Decoraltor
S. rt satl.absy rae h ;ICBMOI.ID SAn(.5 mhnd, M TITUSVILL1, FLORIDA













THE FLORIDA STAR -rar, nao nM a1r
Plneapples have traly been a drag T UFert-te A. C. L.
TT e scu the ma-rket of late and ama The So t Petersburg ladepenet of
rT E peraaioa by the s lemme or d* Wednesday wae:
tribaores a equal to the tas of j. G. rklard, dvitaI pa aes erl
OW N making salles. Tho dealers aimaply aet, of Tamep ad & L North, o
don't want them and from present P the Atlantic Coast Line paeg de.
pe Uon the otook for eleaning up partmat, svaah, were In the cit D
it-'" ccui uatiot now n the market today en route to Tampa from the
before the holiday is not bright seneo of the wreck of through pa sen-
.L Flprtda ha been shippnlg quIte ger trait No. 37 at Center Hill on Tues
heavily and there are several hundred day eight The wreck was cleared S v e
xes coming from Cuba each week yesterday and trains are gettln .
It Is a common sight to owe withered through all right sa tc a nmatch-4ilit
pines all along the street, and the own- Previous to the derailment a falle PIsato O Heater-
Weaare geoeraly willinag to take a- tre swiped the side of the train aod .d *p sbt W he
nt ay priee for their goods. Sales every window of the day coaches. ht-g.
SU were made during the week anywher fet and sleepers was smashed In and er you h e a room thats
S rom $1 to $2.25 per crate. et no one was injured by the fvint h to heat--- t the fr-
Cathin Pli glas, as it happened when most of the nace dodest reac there
Sgah auapmgan g '"lohl curtian were. d.raw. The a re.. youTl need a fye '
U I A porpois e ann d will Jump. This turned from this place to Jacksonvill!
. a ll established facrt hat Capt this morning, and loiked as if they hail ea er
NOT MUCH ACTIVITY IS SHOWN charles Thompo. who haa establlih been -out for a night of it with thO H
SIN THE 8G MARKET. ed an interestlag aquarium on the boys. .
Boulevard front off the Royal Pal The wreck at Center Hill was cause I I t *
Shippers Fared Fareny Well ad the Hotel, had It fully demonstrated to by a waterspout which carried im- Juat lhehiegfoblazardlineaorbetwenson. Ibseial
Reeipts in All Line Continedd him this morning. Not only ths bat mense quantities of sand over the roai blowi gheakmaany m dom cheerfal and ccry. No ooke-
Very H.eav. Capt. Thompson a good portion of Sat bed. The engineer could not distit a m ke dev ie l prevents Bra o
S The New York Packer of Saturda uay, all that night and to a late boar guish the sand from the rays of thu et j 4 quarts f ad blnam 9 hor. Fi-
S has the ollowirl to lay concernin yesterday morning, passed throaghoee headlight and ran onto it. The engin abediiapnm and adcke Everyheater warranaled
quotationas oa the Florida prodoCts on of the most exciting experiences mnat took to the ties. and was followed b The Clare T is a resdful
the New York market: could come to man in capturing and the baggage and mail cars which were l lp teadaoft k
The market on Florida prodnucts tinging to captivity one of these mma badly piled up on either side of the which i so much appredciat by worken and
might havebeen a trite stroager this sters of the deep. track. t idesh Made o bral, tnicol plaed with the
week thea last bt there l still no Early Saturday morning Capm It was marvelous that none of the slaed ieproved cental dnt bursr. Every lamp
great activity to he noted. The sup- Thompson went down the bay In hia passengers were hurt, and that no on? ewaantd. Wite our nearet agency for d e
p-l however, are only moderate and dory !aunch. armed with harpoon and was killed. If the same accident had crpie circular if y u dealer cannot spply
considerlag everything, shipper fared the necessary tackle to capture a pr happened in the north. where the road Ie Pefecto Oil Heate or Rayo Lanp.
about as wen on this market as else- poise. At Bear's Cut he found and beds are of hard clay the casualties Staalrsmd Oil Coelpainy
whare. May are of the opinion that Ineceeded in harpooning one of the would have been many. (Imen ot po tOed)
next week will see trading stimulated awift and powerful fish measuring
at lent a lttlo. about twelve feet In length and the M SE
The tomato oferlag hare been rath- ight was on. Instead 6 o atting to MISCELLANE US
ar light and they probably tared as sea the monster with several hundred
well a anything now coming. A great feet of cotton sash cord as a line ana Death of Mr. T aft lt.d r n e
many show grenui and have to be the harpoon frmly imbedded in its M. Loaela U. Taft, mother of the
ripened. They sold anywhere from tall came into the bay towing the e eretary of war. died at her home In
$ .to $P i able launch without apparent efort Stllhbury. Mas., Dee. 10
Green and wax beans enjoyed a Back and forth it shot across the bay The Situation at Goldeh .
fair u!e and some fancy green beans up and down and around about Capt The United States troops recently or,
bro ght as high a $.50 to U4. Other Thompso soon realised that he could deard to oeldneldd Nte, at the relues ARE ESPECIALLY ADAPT
stock of less deirable quality sold at do nothing but let the fish tire Itself rived and are now eontmped I ED FOR SATISFACTORY
a rageof from $2 to .. oat or cut the line and let it go. H neighborhood of the mtaes, although USE IN FLORIDA WATERS
Peas were a drag on the market and was loath to do the latter and decideJ there hare reen no outbreaks or dhor-
the best that coald be had for them to fight it out with the monster. and derly cooduct. The mine owners are
$ wa 2 to -3. Cnkes showed a very tne straggle continued until early yes- preprring to resume operations and de- Regal Maln Engines
wide rage in quality and were not in terday morning when he succeeded In' lare their Intention of requirdoi all Sand for the hightt ty f f
y great demand at pries ranging getting the fih up to the boat and ., their tern to sign a agreement for- an i i s
lfom $1 to $2... LettEte hwas ease lne naroud its fore tns. Even then lr or any body aBe sprk i,,,n. ,i
Federation of Mlners or any body afil- -,I
at $1 to $ per bsket; pepper brought It was not subdued and he could do ed therewith. r l t ,
$1 to $2; eggplant $1.50 to $2 for the little with It ReImts Tainted Money Hint. stem forad crank shaft. ad
t. In the meantime Captain Thompsot, In his renut address at the annual nod ber;in. HIr th
The situation the orange market had had nothing to eat since Saturday Ilnner of the New York Alumul Atss. .n.o-nist with a prft ;.r
still wema that gloomy, .down ad morning, and Mrs. Thompson. beinla t I.fnll f Syra,-nei University John Stin, m.r and m ,any otslr
Ot" appaerae ad among those who alarmed at his absence sent out twi I. Ar" -lid.. Ith Standard Oil ma- T urv n y i
Sare Iterested there appears o eap boats to look for him. He was roun "aot t'I'k ,'sI to irefer to tainted THEY ARE BUILT TO RUN AND DO IT
demle of optimlsm regarding fnture down the bay with hands cut and blis r "ly h oi**ai Ifn l toht theri .dil le ty.-r 1!. i 3d ,i H. P. ,i.le ,liiIer oi. ft
plropects Salesen who a ver la tered and about fagged out and was s :iler hI. I ffe Ini l a dollar of It to We .n aO e nun li ne o y. I rkiiec
tetrio polnts report a very slow d- slated home with his capture and an- Syru~yti. ,:,,ii,:- it, My ,nsclence fo la te- I -sin d"lr erlideritoo5H i. P eour rkliItr.
msand and hoase that at this seaso chored it near th@ mouth of the river ,ul, nt hl.6, acl. i ,. 1 orltd T ionye hsn re fi H P ri
of the year generally stock up fron until late in the afternoon when it was -"t i: :-il !' d o l.l.ii- I asing on such ,l h, t isnl r y a as orentofth. Itli, n huatu ",/ t.
iNtola 00 boes of frait for the holiday taken to the aquarium, the gae to the a gift I h, ,-* i.- """'" G a Regl In the egining e by rient
rah ar afraid to buy more tha SO pen where the man e...., o, cow et a Regal i. e Btegl ng Don't Expeiment
boeas or so at a time. ti kept let down and It made a com rn. i'rc I a-u -e oel "ge ldie explaotory ltahlg. nmaiie frrg in rr,.i
The hnanplal strigency. in morl pnion for the latter. a ti,,e ,. r,:i-r, r i-,,- irk- Regal Gasoline Engine Co.
*way than aoe. can be blamed for tLb The two denlzens of the deep were Cause of Railroad Acd-t. old W tr, 0iehigal
pepeat poor condition n the market not companaonable. the manatee show A- o ti ll u e, n f the in- Cold W ter, Michigan
Perto Rio receipts fell of to about lag a pronounced antipathy for the trate.st.e nl,--. elllumelis in. there
8,00 hoxes daring the week and this new arrival. The porpoise was also a: were 7.::12 de.r:dilmnt onit railroeds liI
big cut in the receipts materilall sea, o to speak, and began sounding the ulnited stt, nriii the ,ir end- i-
streagthened the market, prices bete an searching for a way to escape, but Ing June "1. 1VO7. Thlse aildents re-
from 25 to 35 cents per box higher it found nonr until this mlorning. The calted in thIe- ,lIh of eril5 sermon and i
tn good frait than last week. l ,elickets of the pen protrude above the the ljtry ,of r* Tshit l .s e an hl- -
reeks receIpts, too, were perhaps the surare about three feet and about i pr"vae of .ri der-ll, n t l o.ri ltr i- the
beat of the season. They are now gme oclock this morning the porpoise de ern r I in i;a: l i.ja 1 A sore throdt is a 53
thI back into the mountalnoms sec cid.d that it coull jump over the study if the n, ,w a litu 1
tions and the fruit appears harder a to,, of thea,. lnore tlin, tl, lhirl of thes,- I ma
more desirable. The bee. trait dar- It did not .1,lay :ong in ninkin; the "l"' t.... 'I- I. f'"t' i .Iuil. bliyou dton.'. needTo i
ing the week brought from $1.10 hi attmpt n I backin to oni of ....I. ... e it- reanludoler ii te0l it ra dl
$1.75 per box and some less desirahl :n i ve ae rush and a jn p a nd was way. The r, t 0 S k i ar nd.i 1'
ranged In prices down to M061. C. att.ll..a.,t at "li, aqiuarium wh.ih I ....' in.-i I. .... l.i. youran ck bo
Florida receipts contillUtl heavy. ca,- i i it not inl ,el:ed lth- carrml nyig ,1 .t ,r ,. vour neck to cure t.
SMany of the operators fear the col:! top of thb,,. pn bi haid anth,,r thre-
seather and are g.tling all the ifr,0 l t Ilert it and it lii- pUikts.l Early to Bed
possible off of the gro:nl. Tile ranie -Ji a.rl, Iori, Ii i,.i- li;t. B A|k . .
on the ordiary tgradl s that the dealers Thats It! at ay and i .,.i /I i A LLAR D'
take to as anm-here froum $1 to $Ii-75 Cgli rg -i i, ,t...!r.. ..i...i...ii-tlrlri ti.i... --.f.-.. i...r..... r S ,. tNO W I /mil ,i"
tb," toIf ecun~,, 11he- mI iIf Ii r S NOW
and some extra fancy Indian Rilveist rv Nlull-t o itli i,,. .-.i a T.:,. lS'
b;ought prices of $3.50) to $I. l.,-i,,-,i -iri- ;i,,"ii utl ,ii t.e .r.i..." ]ci rlr I,. Ntrv-Wl t L IrT
Thtre was a wide range in grap,- h.li~ ,,f i,. ;t It l isa iIh, t i r li,,ih i i d let l auii.l ,
fruit prices in harmony rilh the wi i, .... n-, it .. h il a ; r d will th 11re, in rt ord, r.
I variety in sizes. Grapefrrit sold f ,nr ,, bTt; il'11.- 1i r .,lila.i :l ir; ,t l ii. Ballard's Snow Liniment p. I t t--
$1.50 to $5, 12Gs to 4ts. :iville aroracr. o e c., ., 'i lr. 'i r- an Tiil li i'r-,ii.,v ing Ite circ i. i; 1. .
emaraekalee e s i,- iv. i,, ,,i. I 1,C!TS,SPRAINS. BRUISES,
That truth I airanger titn n. io.n has 'p-aker h u.i i-s nt. i r i ,hiili.i : i Ia, an.i r ii,,i-,io ;U-is. 6UKR S V.OiOS. OLD SORES, STI F JOIINTS
one more been demonstratel in tle little tig hoit, -lut he fairly revils in tllraiie BaR :S AkD ALL PAI'A .
tor of Fedora, Tn.i, a it e reiel* l dI water-a usha Be,. About Digestion
ofC. \'. Pepter. HI writ: e I "I.- inI it i- i,. t-.i A
bed etirely disabled with lllmrrhalr When to o Home t., ,iti,ut i-l t G,;AVE INSTANT RELIEF.
oft thel ine aidl llnroat. Wfia iled i.- r,- t - earon, Ir !, 1 -. t-j!. srv.: "I hlav uoed allardi'
to helpme, and all hbpe .ad tli lien I F-rom a tel. BIllliii. i nild, i;;ilierT: ihe.lo ruiii.i ti-- Sno .tLiun'.lt f-T -:,ilr 'I, ,a-i h-el i llld e,, Thlroat,
hoglmtokinl r. Kinlg's-rin X iaover-. "lVlteihe, iit. iii- l tli- yii isiirailiet ,uiia INi... iii ii,,, l h r ,...... s l i' ii ;otaiie1" TIroa I rc t
Then initot reliefiaumri. The cogiihing it llt "il-:t,;:l-i.n. ,Ti I,,",-t. 1tlu-i ;i.i. "i 'i"t* I he 1. *. ., I l .Il l -
iama oeaed. theI hrs.ns tai,,,ini, p t,,, ii j.Oi t ai:i .:; ;, f 1 i d c-,ur il tt" iiriu
idly, and in three werek I was able to i iw otiiheIl that yoru h .ave I, r t. lS i a i. nc
to work." Guaranteedl cre for oughs ilolte iai let yonr faIiiilv .t ,,ainti "' Ie" t PRIC. 25c, 50c AND $1.00
andeolds. 50. anI0$1.Oat Banner Imm wil llthe fart h'lenlnl oatu s.-ho, a r, i'-a, I'ri,- Fi -A 1. 0
Store and Titosrille Piharnse. Trial vourelft Itr ilt. co lilrueanthe i l r i ;.I ..
bottle free.d act there. Wlen yoi feel like bc.i.e ex- "i'ra Ballard Snow Linim ent Co
Sta libiheral. .,..lii a.-I tl,,,.u., u -,tl ,r ,r,.i- ,i -_-- , ,Ballard Sno L .inimen t Co.
II. wif and iireiir. Wlen al ai rt & l ,r North Second Stroet.
U tL a to sihine nilh extra brillisnr", hlli,,- reet trc, Thu' "r I
see, lnd lil il p te pinole hoin,-loll-" Ti lieves li i-l" S'. LOUIS, MSSOUR I
|t which we wruld aid. when i av .a C s A. M RI
,ust cOud, g- hinie aeii atki- liohui-r-
'Ui~gh ptan's Couch Itht"i andei ali ..i... i i t bO t. -
ard i .... ai. hNe .l b I;ase I.. ig rr b; Still t... Sold and Recom mr ended by
rand Tituvlillc Pharmacy. I .TItuavtlle Pharmacy and Ba] ner Drug Store






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