The Florida star.

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The Florida star.
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Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
S.W. Harmon
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Newspapers. -- Titusville (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Cocoa (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Brevard County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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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.
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Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
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Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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seams and stiff featherbone to strengthen Bilious and Intermittent Fevers ; ,

,and FumUWngi That Go To the darts.. ,This Is made of quills 5outhernRailway. .

Make Harmony, ingeniously arranged to take the placeof .which prevail miasmatic dis- ;

Special Correspondence of THE STAB.r that is almost beyond tricts are invariably :
u the means of anybody with less thana accompanied
Toap," Jan: la-It seems to me -j '- :"
that 'more and more attention is paidto million. It is In many ways prefer by derangements of the -

the small things In,the making up of able to the bone, as the dressmaker can Stomach Liver and Bowels. DIRECT LINE==QUICK TIKE ; :< .

all sorts of garments, particularly linings sew right through this with a ma- .
chine. ,Besides this we find ribbon --TOWASHINGTONBALTIMORE -- ,,.
facings stiffening and braid. The Secret of Health.The ;: :

t Crinoline used to be 'the only stiff lin- ease belts aU all'arranged sew Into the PHILADELPHIA, ,:: ,-. .;
lining to relieve the strain at the waist. liver is the great "drivingwheel" -
4ng for the
'inside '
Some of these have patented attach / ,
ened linen
was used for facing.,' For in the mechanism of
binding or finishing off there was a flat ments which hold the skirts up and the LANTA BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS CHATTANOOGA V '

mohair braid that scarcely paid for waists down.1 I have so' far found all man arid when it is out of order, .
these :
a delusion and ;
a snare. _
?, sewing on. Paper muslin and silesla the whole system becomes deranged r

were the standbys for.skirt,lining, and OLIVE HARPER.. and all Points East and West. ., V ta

for waist lining' there was drilling or and disease is the result.
Having a Great Run on Chamberlain's
any other old thing hardiest. :Cough Remedy. Tutt's Liver Pills NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS :
Now there are Immense places where

the new skirt finishings and furnishIngs Manager Martin, of the Pierson drugstore The New York and Florida V f
made. informs us that he is having great Cure all Liver Troubles. Express,
are .' It has
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considered -
run on''Chamberlain's Cough Kernedy. Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.. ,
: too lowly to invent and manufac- He sells five bottles of that 'medicine to V
The New York and Florida Limited
ture linlngs'tor skirts almost too beau- Simply Killing. ,.
one any other kind, and it gives great
tiful to be used ,merely for such pur- satisfaction. In these days of la grippe Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. :

poses. The oriental silks have all the there; is nothing like Chamberlain's Cough dl The United States Fast Mail, : r '

luster, sheen and feel of real silk and Remedy to stop the cough, heal up the Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. ;F

all tne rustle and sore throat and lungs and give relief within -
too there Is no color The Cincinnati and Florida Limited, ,
produced in any of the dress materials a very short time. The sales are growing Via Jeiap.
and all who try it are pleased with _
z that is not duplicated In these silk finished .g 1

cotton linings. I have always its Calumet.prompt action.For"sale South by B.Chicago E. Wilson Daily& Through Vestibuled Trains--Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars. 1

wondered what gave them their crispness
Son. Through Coaches--Elegant Dining Cars. -
and sheen. I read the other day ,
that the threads were treated, bath '
of ground glass or silica, and that prob- -- ,

ably is the basis. But whatever it Is, .
the fact remains that the "oriental gAI Through Pullman Sleeping Can between Jacksonville and Clncin- *

silks," "moire armures" "percalines"! I i Ill ., IL nail, O., Via Asheville, N. C., and Knoxville, Through ?

and host of other "THE LAND OF THE SKY." J
s things answeringmore Y
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less M B M MHBMMBB '
or well for the
same purpose :t
have been perfected for the needs of 4 ?' 11 Miss Tiptilt-Yes, dear we are both Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated in connection with

today. There are sateens so perfect strangely beautiful but I think you the Plant System from Jacksonville. '
will admit that mine is ..
with a rich, fruity overbloom that it is of the most .

c almost impossible to distinguish them. / 1II deadly fatal order-Ally! Sloper. For Rates, Schedules and Information call on or address '
frpm the real satin. t, 1 ; k :
A Summer Love. A. GIRARDEAU., T. P. A.. or W. T. COSBY T. P. A., .
The number of different improved 1\\H\ \ i l\\ 212 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. ;;

braids for the preservation of the edge '',\\1 !i h, RANDALL CLIFTON, District Passenger Agent, Savannah, Ga.

of the skirt Is large. Some show a 1Cr1 +I J. >>. GULP. W. A. TURK, S. H. HARDWICK,
<' round brush on the edge of a flat ./11i'IIHlI1 Traffic :Manager Gen. Pass. Agt., Asst Gen. Pass. Aet, :
fi', ,; braid, and another has a regular brushon !/d Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C. Atlanta, Ga. f]
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one side, and. in fact, I think there II : I
are five or six different styles of this. i )1 bare aced Rlpacs Tabulea with to mucU .atl I have been a great sufferer from constipatiot f
.. r fftctivn that I caD cheerfully recommend them. forover fl.e years. NuiUng gave me any relief. 1
These brush edge braids have almost Have been troubled for about three yean with My feet and legs; and abdomen were bloated so '
entirely superseded the bias velvet- 1) what I called bilious attack coming on regularly I could not wear shoe on my feet and only&loot ,
t J once a week. Was told by different physiciansthat drH>&. I saw KIpans Tabules advertised In our I
'. eens. They were better than the old It WM caused by bad teeth of which I had d.._,; paper bought and took them DS direct J'
braids, but left much to be desired -- leveraL I had the teeth extracted but the at. ed. Have taken them about three weeks and than .
tacks continued. I had seen advertise menu of Is such a change I I am not constipated any more \
For rich and handsome silken; gowns She-Promise me. Reginald, that evenIf Rlpana Tabules in all the papers but had no faith and I owe It all to Rlpana Tabules. lam thirty-
there is a quilled satin ribbon about an your love should grow cold, you will In them but about six weeks since a friend Induced seven years old, have no occupation only my .,
me to try them. Have taken but two of the household duties and cursing my sick husband. i
never beat me!-New York Journal.A .
(. mall 5-cent boxes of the Tabulei and have had He has had tLe dropsy and I am trying Rlpani ;I
'- no recurrence of the attacks. Have never given a Tabules for him. He feels some better but It will I '
Powder Mill Explosion testimonial for anything before but the great take some time he has been sick to long. Tot "t t
amount of good which I believe has been done me may use my letter and name as you like. :
Removes everything in sight; so do by Rlp&ns Taouleslnduee. me to add mine to the JIlS.ILiET GCBXA5 CltlUB.
.ice drastic mineral pills, but both are mighty many testimonial you doubtless have In your "
y L.T.D&Wrrr.
pouessfonnow. I have been from headaches
dangerous. Don't dynamite the delicate She-Oh. dele men dese men! Dere Is since I was a little girL I could never ride ever In af.

machinery of your body with calomel, Chimmie wot told me all summer dat I want to Inform you car or go Into a crowded
croton oil or aloes pills, when Dr. King's he wuz just burnin wid love fer In words of highestlU !t-! @ll4rla l $t>;k S place withotgetting a
1ff. New Life Pills, which are gentle as a summer up praIse, of the benefit 4 ') headacl1eandptcltatml .
New York Journal. I have derived from ot: 7 stomach. I beardabouaRlpalllTabulel '
breeze, do the work perfectly. Cures lama ot R.I.P'A.N'S I it RlpanaTabuleafromsaprotewlooal
headache, constipation. Only 2oc at B. Hrnin'si nniliarrnssinent. nurse and S ,., aunt or mIne who was
K. Wilson & Son's drug store. Inthis prllfesslon a clear a. '" taking thorn tor catarrb =f
head 11 always needed.ot W of the Itomo.cb. She had
I found such reU! from
Rlpalll Tabules doe 1& t
Would Rather Wait.I After one of mycasesl 't ..J The modern standthcirnsesheadvisedme
toundmyeeitcompletely .e ip to take them too and I
rundown Actingonthe W bavebeendoIDg&08IDCI
advice of Ur.Goo Bow. 4 tV and Family Medi- last october and willSr.
fr; Wit laY they haTe completeAve. -
Ph. G", 5B8 Newark .
.,Jeraey City,I took clue : Cures the'P ly cured my headaches.Rlpans .
YA .,fVf"r Tabulel with i dl I am twenty.nlnl rears
I grand result8. W 4 old. You ant welcome
IUuB wunxti : common everyday ft to use thIs testimonial
: lira J.Raao>urTSi \

Mother was troubled C... ill I of humanity 4 -

with heartburn and grUeepleuness it. 1
caused b1 : W TAAD! ... !l1 sevsn'year-old boy i
indigestion, for a good i mitered with pains ismsny -i
One Z ... -!
Irl years day h1a bead consUpaUoa
I, the ew a testimonial 0 3 .. and complained or his
In the paper indorsing stomach He could not '
I I RlpaIll Tabulel. She : eat like children of his
II I determined togive them MASK b sire do and whit ht .
Ii f a trial was greatly t: ,':t' lid eat did not agree
i 4tT relieved 111 their uae M"9.f y.yfy"ij" '::.1 with blm. He was thin
( I and now takes the and of aeaSron: color.
X Tabules regularl1. She keeps a few cartons Ripana ReadIng some of the testimonials In favor 01 ;;-
V Tabulesln the house and says she will not be with Rlpans Tabule8,I tried them. Rlpans Tabules nOI
J j J t J out tbem. The heartburn and 8lE'epleSb1&esl haTe oli.iy re1tve but actually cured IDl youngster,
Bruin-The deuce! How'd you ever disappeared with the IndIgestion which was the headaches have disappeared 1I0)we1l are 10 '
I -- get In that position? We'll have an formerly great a burden fur her Ollr whole good c.ndltiou and lie never complains or hIs
family take the Tabulel regularly especially after .tomslh. I.e l now a red.Chubby.faced boy This
_r "Guilty or not guilty? asked the awful time Retting you out.-New York a hearty meaL Ml mother 18 Cfty years or age: wonderful change I attribute to RlplU1l Tabule.
court. and Is enjoying thebeetofhealth and eplrlt.; also Iamsaiisfledthat they will benellt any ODe(from' .
: / "Well jndije." responded the prisoner sets hearty meals 5.D 1mpoulbmr befl Ire she the I'radle to old age) It taken according; to dirso- i
Uons. E.W.Pans
look Rlpana Tabulea. AIITcs H.Butiltz.
"if it's all the same to you. I would R'orld.WIS1ING ,

like to wait until all the testimony is I'll
In carton (without glees! )is DOW for utiat
A new style packet containing TEN RIP An T.LBtU9 packed Ii r.aprr
in before I render an opinion.
some drug stores-roa rtVi CIt.ITS, 'Iulov.-r.r"l'd mitt '" ,r'EC."d Cur the poor sad etl.Dllmlca1. one i
; \------ -- down of the be-cen' cartons (Ira tab1 Write Munlock Cure Co. Atlanta Ga.. (n- CofUIT,: o. 10 Spruce Street,Sew York-or 110 single cr.-' In I_v TLDrL;:s)will be IIIDt for five 08'. fRIPLU ,t3
=- T.LBtUII may C so Le had or some grocers,general roreseep re, II.'V' agL:' Gad .s some 1SQavt IWnIU4
dosing 2 cent stamp for free sample of :\Iurdlwk's I
barber eItOpl They b&nlhh pain.indnc' .'It'I and: pr.lor L'fe. 11.e g 1.nJlbt
If Catirrh Cure or Hyler's Dyspepsia r f
Tablets. They propose to cure every case of

catarrh or dyspepsia. It may be true of virtue that But to .

wish more virtue is to gain," but it is 'I

I Conflicting Testimony. not true that wishing for health bringsus

a step nearer the realization of our
wish. Health must be sought and striven

4 b CK fklMMLD COaTUME. for. There are more than half a million THIS rm RESERVED fOR NEW[ SCHEDULE[ Of f. [t C. R'Y. 4

Inch wide, and this is sewed on the un people who have found health, each in "

deride PO that just the loast little bit the same way, and by the same means. .,. ,
That way and means are open to)'011. If "
shows. Behind that is the balayeuse :
you are suffering with obstinate, linger- .1
11 of lace or silk. ing cough, bleeding of the lungs, bron
The skirt of today requires a liningof 1
,z' cl emaciation, weakness, a condition
silk of the oriental silks. -- ,
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These latter ire by many times the leads to consumption, begin at once the RI;.lJ> in:.ID IU:,'U !

most durable and are fully as pretty, L1A use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery 0-

so they rather have the preference especially t -. It never fails to help. It per-

but trifle in ) fectly heals ninety-eight out of every
as they cost a Hyler's Dyspepsia Tablets
U)4 i i ? hundred who give it a fair and faithful
comparison. The lining is to extend allover 1 \ T trial.

the inside of the skirt. About 14 \
Sick persons are invited to consult Dr. :
or 13;: inches at the bottom is faced: up Police Magistrate-Your watch and Pierce by letter absolutely free of all WIII.T HAS miv: no\i ron OTIIIK

with a haireloth facing. This. too. is purse were found on this man. Do fie or charge. Every letter is held as ,iHI: DOM: rouor.. :,

a far different thing from the haIr- you recognize him as the man who strictly private and sacredly confidential, L !

cloth of a few years since. This is knocked you down that night and robbed and all answers are sent in plain envelopes I Cad Mr. c x's letter below! : only one of thousands we have on file in our office: f l :
more than twice as light as the old andis 'ou" bearing no printing upon them. 1 .
Munlock Cure Co.. Atlanta: Ga.
The of Dr. Pierce often
experience enables
the hairs "
flexible and springy, and as itatinly-Th\t lit-
do not tor- Comnlahiiut ( ; him to suggest auxiliary treatment (.i 'ntk m 'n.-It i- with di lillt'II.I'e.tlat I write you. for I am nut one who liktstoiMiiH find his! ';
crosswise they
I :1re'o'en tle manikin? No: i it was a much specially adapted to the individnal case. in print, but I fel that !in tIns it iuiy duty to those who sutler and my gratitude to ,.:\

ment the wearer half to death. For larger;: and ::;stronger: man. Address'Dr.. R. V. Pi rce. Buffalo, N. Y. you to write j'on what Hyl'Dyspepsia Tablets have dune for 11It" fix; I "' ..,

all woolen dresses of whatever kind I'riSUlll'r--llt calls ins a manikin? "Alx>ut one year ago I bean to be troubled up all hope lIt ever being well a;{.un. I sutTt-red: horribly! from my stomach all the 'time&t '. _
faced about three and times hardly: abhto get !my breath Had tried many phycians-some said dyspepsia others I
the horsehair up Why. I hammered him till be cued with a dry. hacking cough: a hurting throughmy 1
I beast tiDiiblf.: otlu-rs still 1 catarrhknow of stomach-all dosed but \
the dress material. breast so that I could hardly go about or do me none Jaw relief. don't
inches in turn with like a baby and |M-SS: : ed I me to spare mi house, work for m>*clfanil husband:' writes ]how many advertised. nudiiiiies I took but till no relief.!! A friend adiw! Ilyler'sHYLKirs .) II

Hooks and eyes have not been neglected his life.-SiHyler's impli(' s illlil!:, Mr*. Alice lio'.ton. of St. Aiban, Kanawha Co.. !Dyspepsia'fahleh. Without hope I got them and began taking. To n.y burprise they gave t l
new kinds W Va "I let my trouble go on until about immedi.itirtlitf. and after ling three bOX I cured '
t and there are more s. am nun and feel better than I have .
month I ot Dr R. V Pierce's
Tablets! eight: ago got ore in years. Emlo-id find f:".(b. for which semi me two boxes: want one of them for
there patent sister
tell aud are pleasanteasy"
than I could Dyspepsia: little pamphlets. I learned of a great remedy my
buttons that can be snapped togetherlike to take,and ;hive permanent: relief. for such diseases. and I wrote to the World's and the other while I now don't need them I will always keep them in my li-.iise *"""" I
Di!jit-nsary Medical Associat'.oa in a short time Yours gratefully. B. F. COX. '
those on gloves and they hold SO day treatment, 1.00. Mailol on receipt after reading the little book. Thty soon gavean DYM'El'fcIA TABLET'lecially prepared for Dyspepsia Indigestion .
of price.MCRDOCK. ;:'--* -' :::.:: and advised what to do. I followed -
answer me Catarrh of Stomach t
firmly. -k Headache and all diseases:
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Co. Atlanta Ga. their advice and I soon found relief by ;, '\1\
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The linings now offered for waistsare the use of Dr R. V !'idee'Golden Medical Discovery from a Disordered :Stomach I or L>,,. I >
I have used three bottles of it and now r i ector toHyler's
of firm and fine, black on ;
cambric, afe It
'' Tablets : .
feel J.e Dyspepsia 5aa'meat. ,
C i. S3 a new person is -

one side and printed in figures in an Some en- Bern the The Kind You Hare Il'aals Bought Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets do not Price, $1.00 p. ';,1i t t: 1ad +o any address open at ,;ie', .I
the other. I
different color iotli
,. tirely the 'inlbuat satin: i. "yexto :
become necessity to + i
system they pf'. rit te.
6ignatarsp ..,. I
all really to.'
have satin surface and are
i a han relieved of accumulations and obstructions 11'1 .. "1.f.ltilanla I
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fear ; COUNTY STATE BA.Ban S.F.TRAVIS &- -CO-- ,are Exclusive Wholesale Mrs.' McIntyre, entertained ''a few ; ROBBINS :
Brevard mes with the Oldest State in Grocers and do not sell to consumers. They friends last Friday. j

countT. Solid. and conservative. retail all other goods, carry ,a large stock. --...
W. L. HUGHLETr and can meet all competition. The Spartan has been overhauled and .Sure
-- M. D., L.DANIEL
>J D. D. S.-ofIices over The Indian River, newly painted, and is again on the Banana 'GRAHAM : .
THE TRAFFORD BAKEEY.-First quality '
.=f..: Drug Co's stores, the leading gestablishs Bread, made of high grade flour, sent to any mail line. '
, meat of the Indian
:;, river country.BAKEBYWm.Stiling.Prop.; address; also never-failing home-made yeast Dr. lIe ard is up and about again as Cure ----

THE COCOA cakes. Ice Cream every Saturday. usual, the attack of rheumatism having .

< -.' Fresh bread, cakes, pies, buns, rolls, can- GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable passed away. LA. w X EnS.;"
I' .;....- dies, shipped to any point. Ice cream and Store for good, fresh and reliable goods Colds .
i- : wes to order. Salesroom first door south of such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, Mrs. G. F. Paddison entertained last
Y Mrs. Hill's inillinery store, DeLannoy Ave. Hats,Trunks. and a full line of Groceries. Thursday. Cards were the feature of Will practice in State and United' Btata

rt\\ MELBOURNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. EAU GALLIE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. this pleasant evening. When the children get their Court \

,' Miss Bessie Hodgson is the proud feet wet and take cold give them -
F .. MELBOURNE.S BANK-Capital f l5,- HODGSON BROTHERS. Dry Goods, Ship of brand a, hot foot bath, a bowl of hot a
;' '. 009. J. H. Phillips, president; E. P. Branch, Chandlery,and Shelf Hardware, Pipe and possessor a new bicycle, which drink, a dose of Ayer's Cherry Abstracts Of Title furnished to land
r ; Cashier. The only bank on the lower river she neyer seems tired of exercising.The i .
F: :j. fittings, Clothing, Paints and Oils, Grocer- Pectoral, and put them to bed. in Brevard and Dade counties.
.,. gad the pineapple region of Brevard county. ies. Marine railway, steamer for charter.
;:: -., steamer St. Sebastian was steam- The chances are they will be

v; FEE & STEWART.-Hardware of all kinds; FORT PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.C. ing about the harbor of Eau Gallie Sun- all right in the morning. Con -

: : .,,: S-ailding materials Furniture and House day. The vessel will soon be on her tinue the Cherry Pectoral a few We have a large list of lands owned
r+_ *>Furnishings; Crockery and Glassware; P. PLATTS Physician and Surgeon. days, until all cough has dis- j
;:'. XUadertakers Agents Sterling and Crescent Calls to any point on the river promptly run. appeared.Old by ourselves and clients. .

, :a.i X".<-..'' bicycles. answered. Fat Pierce Florida. Mr. Ernest Taylor has gone to Jack- coughs are also cured; Prices for Lands I
"> < sonville, having gone into business there. we mean the coughs of bron- Unimproved :

: Key West, then to Jacksonville. They We wish him in his chitis, weak throats and irritable
every new
I : UP AND DOWN THE ml &COST. will be gone about three weeks. field of labor. lungs. Even the hard coughs $3.00 to $100,00, per acre. 4.

. r. of consumption are always ..
, We have few .
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I ;:i:'" \. :' Brief Mention of Minor Matters Occurring Last Monday a merry party consistingof Messrs. Clyde Bailey and C. Ainsworthhave made easy and frequently cured

; i/ # Dr. and Mrs. DiBol} Mrs. Jarvis, accepted positions on the steamer by the continued use ofAllers Residence, Orange Grove and PIneapple -
&\ : at Our Neighboring. Towns. Messrs. Church and E. Simmons, boardedthe Sebastian running from Rockledge to properties in desirable loca

i 5, .:,. doctor's fine launch, Millie, with Palm Beach. tions. Prices reasonable. .
,.. ,' ; COCOA.
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Iii ". '" Capt. Walter Hatter aboard, and enjoyedthe
i '. Ir. D. E. Stout of Merritt in Wm. Treutler is repairing the bridge --
>-,..., ., was round trip to Melbourne.A :
and sidewalk on our Eau Gallie
I V-:: town Wednesday. promen
: hunting party consisting of Messrs.J. ade. This was much needed. Keep -OFFICES

.r..:,:.: Oranges and snap beans are being F. Wooten, S. S. Jones and Rufus the good work. up
'.,<: shipped via this I point.Dr. Herndon, and Dixie Almond, of Rock- :
Dr. Welles, of the Granada, is having CherrgpeelOral
{;t Dr. L. A. Peek, Melbourne, was ledge, went up the St. Johns river, near
quite a run euests this week. All
1ft-I.): .' v among the visitors in town last Friday. Moccasin island, last Tuesday and suc- enthusiastic over the table and the man are EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.

: -. ")Ir. and Mrs. Barton of Point ceeded in getting a large number of quail of this '
; : : City and fine buck which agement popular hotel. G. F DUREN, Agent,
a they very generously -
Y-: were pleasant visitors in town Saturday.
.-: distributed among their friends. Dr. C. C. Booth is still ahead in the A

'{j;.-:. Mr. E. L. Brady, of Titusville, was in They returned Thursday. number of fish caught by anyone i in I

{/_: town Monday, on a visit to Dr. Hughlett. the club. Nine and a half pounds was
i : Dr. W. L. Hughlett was called to In- Florida
',, : Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hudson, of Sebas- dianola Tuesday afternoon to visit Mr. the weight of the last trout bagged. Every doctor knows that wild ,,,, .

,,.: .:.-..:; tian, visited Dr. Hughlett again last Tom Sanders. Mr. Sanders had the mis- Miss Susie Carter, of Melbourne, spenta cherry bark is the best remedy and

, r-">-> '- Tuesday. fortune to have his horse run away with week with her friend, Mrs. G. F. known soothing to and medical healing science inflamed for \VesternIea

L'- Mr. E. B. Wager, of THE STAR, Titus him. He fell from his wagon, the fall Paddison. Several enjoyable eveningswere throats and lungs.

[: vine, was a pleasant visitor Sunday and causing the fracture of two ribs and other given in honor of Miss Carter's

;,._"' -: 3Ionday. internal injuries. His friends hope there visit. Put one of ,

; will be no serious results, and wish for The ladies of St. Johns Episcopal of allKinds.
;'.' Mesdames Smith and Wethey, two Dr.
him a speedy recovery. church are to have an entertainment
ladies of visitors in tGwn t
: Georgiana, were
shortly in aid of the funds of the church. .
last Thursday.Mr. W. J. Cathcart, Jacksonville; G. O. M. Pectoral
Noted local talent will take
part. Lookout
Wright Boston Mass F. :
; Meyerheim
S. F. Travis received, Tuesday, an- for a good time. i
Jacksonville; F. A. Guild, Atlanta, Ga., Plasters
r" other fine bird dog, this one coming from Titusville
Thomas M. McRae The steamer Silver Florida. "
Jacksonville; J. C. King is ahnost
r- Newton N. C. _
>t_ Wood, Washington, D. C.; Albert Herndon ready for the new run. This vessel i is over your lungs I

r; Mrs. George Gleason and little daughter W. M. Corwin, New York; John practically new, having been renovated Medical .....FOR.....

;1.; of Eau Gallie, were in town for a Boyer, Philadelphia; E. L. Brady, Titus- from the keel up, cabins remodeled, Advice The Bear Free A Shave and a Hair Cut

;;_ .: short time Tuesday. yule; R. II Lester, Chicago; W. II. Swan, painted and altogether made the most .
': We now have some of the most eminent
,; Uncle John McDonald, of Indianola, Baltimore, were registered at the Jarvis comfortable steamer of her size on the Unusual physicians opportunities in the and United long experience States. ... GO TO....
was shaking hands with some of his Cocoa house last week. east coast. eminently bt them for giving you a
medical advice. Write freely all the -- =.
;: friends last Thursday. Last Saturday a meeting of the county Archdeacon B. F. Brown, of Titusville, particulars in your case. Carrntbers'.Barber -
Address, Dr.J. C. A YER.Lowell. ,
; 31r. Wm. Hindle left Monday for Jacksonville Democratic Executive committee was will hold services in St. Johns Episcopal 1 Mass. Shop

where he will attend the annual held here to recommend some one from church, Young street; Sunday at 11 a. m. A JL ,

r' meeting of the grand lodge. this district for appointment as member and ;:30 p. m. All are invited. Members L __ _ ___ __ ______ men Noire but experienced, and TITUSVILLE,
of the school board, vice R. N. Andrews, will kindly send in back dues in satisfaction employed work-/I FLORIDA t
of Titust.
.. Mr. S. G. Vanlandingham, -
.. resigned. Your correspondent noted T. order that the treasurer can close the J. Andrews..
vine arrived in town last Monday in the f
." Y. Moore of Jen H. A. books for the past J. L. (.tERr T11EEs, Proprietor.
en year.
r interest of the Bond Lumber Co. ; Died, at Jensen, on Jan. 10th, J. D.
Tillman; W. C. Peterson, of Canaveral; The Lizzie, J. E. M. I1od 'SOn'ssharpit>, Andrews. )Andrews was a native of
'!> :Miss Fannye Andrews returned Monday W. C. Braddock of Sebastian and C. R Ed. S. lI. lnes. E. S. Halnes.
out for Indian river Mont
was a spin on Scotland, but spent many years in Detroit
;' from, a several day's visit to her Stewart, of Titusville: in attendance. I day. Among those on board were M r. Mich., in successful] business, and HAINES BROTHERS
friend Mrs. J. I). Crabb at Titusville.
is reported that Mr. J. E. Fultz of
SpruceBluff and Mrs. C. C. Booth, Miss Florence subsequently vetted in the pineapple I ,

,. Mr. Fred Meyerbeim, the jwpularagent was named for the vacancy, but as Hodgson, Mr. and Mrs. McFab, of industry at Jensen, whore he baa sine

F for Kohn, Furchgott & Co., Jacksonville, he is not a resident in this school district, Youngstown, 0.; Mi s Bessie Hodgsonand been spending the winters as a welcome Machinists and Engineers

: was interviewing our merchants last Fri your correspondent cannot vouch for the the skipper, J. E.\L Ilo gson. The guest ;ad he will be greatly missed on

. day.Mr. correctness of the report. party returned, after a most enjoyablerun accouiit of social qualities, public spirit Foot Office ot and Works: JACKSONVILLE.
S. S. Jones has been considerably A large crowd.congregated at the hospitable to Aspinwall, about o p. ni. and high standard: for promptne3' and Street FLOBIDA.

"' Indisposed for several days with a lame home of Miss Alice Weinberg last -- integrity: The primary cause: of his ....Manufacturers of....

' foot. He is able to walk around a little Monday night and heartily enjoyed an GEOHGIA I.\. death was lung trouble. His only surviving Turpentine Stills, All hinds

now. old fashioned oyster roa t. Those being Shipping beans i is the order of the day, relative in thi section i.. Capt. JohnMcLean I AnT Capa.clt RepaiFWork.

Mrs. G. W. Scbuyler, of Indianola, present were: Muses Fannie C. Carter, with some; planting i is! being; done. a pioneer of sailboat noteriety, _

was in town :Monday to meet a party of Jt'lHlieIerredith, Edna, Hazel and Sara The recent cold snap did no paiticular who has plowed the sparkling waters of, :S.! THE GAS ENGINE & POWER CO.

r 'friends who arrived on the afternoonirain. Stiling, Grace Packer, Alice Sanders and harm to this section, so far as is known. Indian liver ever since the country wa Repair parts for their motor in stock.
Fannye Andrews; Messrs.:! Roy Puckett, settled lie wac with his relative at the
Charlie Singleton, Walter Hatter, R. L. A gentll'l11an11'. Lace, of Kenosha, time of his death. A FUIE.NU. Construction and Repair
Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Minis, of Bonaven- Dixon, Geo. Walton, Roy Packard Mrs Wis., I N here, stopping with )Ir. F. \\'. .. of intricate machinerya
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ture, were in town Saturday, also again .\. S. Dixon and Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Wil Lyman. specialty.........

4bem.3Ir.on Tuesday.. We are always glad to see son. After spending some time in playing Mrs. ioodsell ha been made quite ill i NEW YEAR'S GREETING. ('oTmpmllknce Solicited.

game*, after the oysters were roasted, by over care in nursing her sick son, but

Wilson, a young gentleman of Ti this host of young folks returned to theirrespective is improving. Dr.
tusville, arrived in town Tuesday after homes, highly delighted witha To our customers, .
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Mrs. Ih'. Fish is having her.phwe improved old and new, we Dental Apartments
noon to accept a position as compositor pleasant crewing
near II. K. Hughes; has been putting wish A prosperous
1 on the News. out an orange grove. and happy year as Ox THE . .

Mr. Charlie Crabb A Correction.I well as to those
got on Sunday's Mr. Avery and wife were here from who have not IK'en. DENTOS
freight a fine new surey, and is now ready wish to _
correct my statement in THE Coquin'a have been here recently calling -- =:--- -- -- -
f to take you to Rockl'edge, or any w here STAR that the Cocoa council had voted on acquaintances in this place. We hope to merit Now AT = t
the liberal
i\se wish to same
you go. themselves: a salary. It was not so. 1 accordedus PALM BEACH.
Several in their patronage
t new comers put apjiearance. -
Mr. Tom Robinson: and Miss LauraSharp : regret: I was entirely misinformed on thatsubject. during the past
Some to -tand tome to look
of Point took advantage of 1 Instead of that I ten YIli'S.Butterick .
City we have the George '
around and go elsewhere for sight-: eeing. Peoples,
tire lovely moonlight Monday night andE well published declaration that the positIon ==--==-- -- -----
drove! dow to Cocoa. is not to be a salaried one which i is The son of 3f r. Goodsell, who came here Patterns,

Wednesday of last week witnessed: the better. AT.ui-.nEu. from Georgia a few weeks ago a very Thompson's R. & G. Corsets Corsets, old bUilding'Gibson. next _TINSMITH, '
----- sick man is better and is and around. door to Carruthers' -
;formal opening of the Hotel Indian River ---- up Wall Paper, barber shop.

The hotel has been newly painted and CITY )'01 XT..Tas. Messrs. F.r.. Munson and brother, Dixon's Shoes. Wdshington Ave.. TITU.WILLE. FLA.

TtRit. in thorough repair generally. I Banks left Tuesday on a bus-ine- Fred, keep their} sloop very bu y betweenGeorgiana ':'insmithin-j.Roofing. Guttering and all kinds

Mesdames Moore and Stickney and trip to Atlanta. Rockledge and Cocoa on Certain CHAS. A. GARDNER, of repair work promptly attended to.

Dr. Charlotte. Norton, of the Sanitor- 1'. I Wittfeld, of Georgians, was: in days of each week, \Wednesdays. Titusville, Fla. Work. from down the river solicited.........

ium, Merritt, were very pleasant visitors town Monday on business Fridays especially.It _._- ----

in town the latter part of last week. I Ilrs. Misses Alice Hatter and Bessie Banks is understood that Mr. Lyman's son The Most r::) -__-- _

) Cha-i.::! W. Crabb and daughter, I i were shopping in Cocoa :Saturday. in-law, of Kansas City, a )Ir. Lee and TtGRAPE
family arrived here yesterday to spend CompleteELECTRIC I I FRUIT '
Edith, of Titusville, made happy the Song service was held at the home
!cart of C. W. lat Saturday by their ar-- S. C. Chancey Sunday cn nin ofMrs. some time for the sake of being; free of E 1:1': .AND. .
ri rat. They returned home Monday. the more or less cold weather of the northern -
Dr. Mitchellannl family, of LaOrange, section from Inch they come. ftgUPPLY :;]i ORANGE TREES
'Ir. and Mis. Osceola Currier, of New Ga., are in town the
I guests:; I
uric, N. J., arrived Thursday of I last week i Our little steamer, Spartan: for some in the \ \ : . . .

And are now pleasantly located in theirtovelv cause failed us: Tll'Fllaollle were h Grafted and Budded

,. ; home in Rockledge for the winter. Chas. Alexander has been ill with feverj much disappointed, as they were waiting THEJohnson I i I. ----
j i foreeral days past, but is now able to to be taken up to Coma and other? had ..
Dr. Howard Smith and daughter, who i i be out again. some; shipments to be made. Failure i i .. on 4 and .1 year old sour or-
save recently returned from a protracted i! Law aiijje ruou. Grafts j to 1
abroad arrived last Monday and I j! Misses Belle Blackmail and Mayme are liable] to occur along lines of freight !:I .::. inch diameter, 4 to 6 feet,
lour :
# Holmes of and travel in other things.BANYAN. well branched.
!:, Fainting, were in town Saturday as ; i
have taken possession of their home at .1
Jlerritt."Mr. I I I afternoon COMPANY, I :: THIRTY VAKlKTIKS_ _

H. L. Ives arrived Fri I J. F. Martin, wife and daughter, of i1; sow HEADY.FoR DELIVERY.
and ?
is i interviewing the -----
Neighbor Cieech '-- -
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ti day from their home in Pot- \ln, N. Y., !i[! are nicely,located, in arrived their :Saturday. and vegetable growers south in the interest. Electrical Es1rs I !I" The beat trees in the state it any;

to spend the winter among us, as is their ;,.I cottage.Dr. of Furman-a good house, too. :i, price Those wanting .t real
usual custom. We always look forward !. Slack, who has been stopping at I i I::. ly fine artirle hhl/ulri i write
1 The unreliable line comes and goes ::I for prices at once, and!
the engage
tothe time of their arrival with pleasure ; Hatter House for several days, left with clock-like regularity, while the .t:I trees for fall and wintei planting.
;: Thursday for his home in LaGrange Ga. JACKSONVILLE FLA. ...f.I
:Mr. S. D. Geiger, who has been in town : steamer has had several break-downs recently. i These tre'sare IIl1doubtP'

L in several days in the interest of the )Ir:L UlDr. F. S. Bradileld, wife and sister, ofuoiulifiP're Edi-on La Lando, :Samson:; edlythet'etiithestate.Odd .

home Far1.1nd Fruit Protection om any, v; fa Ga., are stopping at the hat Two New York and one Philadelphiadrummer and dry batteries for gas i.1, J' ..... rl'-s.... !
for some goes sentlemen on Merrills island, rui\.',1! .n" nr'4L They expect to spend several left for points south in the sail engine ignition, bell and I '

entertain fo ,,8 to see what he could tlJ- lah the rlser.1I. boat, Dream, this week, Craig Hopkins annunciator work. '::11 .0. W. CONNER.. !

nie E. Is nul!- Sharpe receded fifty tents this skipper. Work done in all I I Ocklawaha I|I

day Irs. DiBol left \ ?, A1t from the McFarland Fruit Protec- Planting about over; picking and ship parts of the state. I Nurseries.. i!

spent of the St'\ s a ul'Span over ii the I -'nnV:' with which to cover bitars s ping every day, prices fair, everybody in ELECTRIC LIGHT SUPPLIESof I ...OOKLA W AHA, FLA.. :!
he d and f ,t .n cvof freeze all
0 a this I good health, good humor and ought to b Chappy. description. I
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4L ; THE FLORIDA' "STAR, : FRIDAY. ,. JANUARY.19,1900., : r 5 v..

{ ., SEED MN[ ARE DRIJEN.[ Out INDIAN RIVER ROUTE. "The Mill Cannot\ Grind J itS. Pritchard & Sontl 1

Steamboat Service By the Sebastian_ Between "
'? '' The dew State Law-That Is" ..Causing So with Water 7fcrf'5 Past." '
4 rf Bockledge and Palm Beach. Headquarters. (..
: Much Annoyance i for. . ;;
,ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., Jan.17,1900. : An ,act passed at, the' session of the ,This is what a fagged out

1:' 'iftlorida legislature last ,May making it Editor'Commencing of The Florida Stan:_ afternoon Jan. tearful little woman" saii&n E ", f s :

unlawful for any person or persons, firm Thursday ,

or firms,' or ,anyone. doing business in 18th, the steamer St. Sebastian _will ,run telling her .cares, and weaknesses .. ,
Florida to sell o r offer' for sale on our:Indian river :route, leaving Bock- -
any Her ( ,
friend encouraged t. ,
garden, melon or, vegetable seed, unless ledge at 4 p. m., arriving Palm Beach .,.Tinware, Crockery.... s y :-
the following afternoon. This steamer by telling relative who ,
the original, package in which the same of a -
is enclosed or in which the seed are sold will make two trips a week-leaving had STOVES 'f:2:2
such troubles .
a just and '
shall have written or printed thereon on Rockledge Mondays and Thursdays, and { y .
the outside in plain letters a guarantee Palm Beach Wednesdays and Satur cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla Boat Goods, Paints and Oils' _

as to when, where and by whom all days-until on or about the first of Feb- The little woman now has tears of andWQODENWARE,( ,

such seed were grown, is having an un- ruary, when the steamer St. Augustinewill joy, for she took Hood's, which put her

fortunate, not to say disastrous, effect up- commence her run. It is our intention blood in prime order, and she lives on
on. the wholesale and retail dealers in then to establish a daily, except the strength of the present instead of ;
Sunday, service. worrying about that of the pasf. .
seeds throughout Florida, and is proving
The capacity of each boat has been Neuralgia-"I had dreadful neuralgia,
\ be of considerable
.to a source annoyance miserable lor months. Neighbors told me Write for prices.
to the farmers and truckers throughout greatly increased, and everything will be to use Hood's Sarsaparilla; cured me perfectly ?'5 '
'the state. done that could possibly tend_ to the ." MBS. FRED TUKKEK: Barre Vt. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA., -

One of the largest and most reputableseed comfort of the passengers.For Erysipelas-My little girl is now fat Box oC12 .
a few trips, until the work of re- and healthy on account of Hood's Sarsaparilla :1
concerns that ever ope.ted and resided curing her of and .
moving a shoal (now in ) is completed eczema. '
in Florida has been riven out of progress MRS. H.-0. WHEATLEY Port Chester,N. Y.
the state by the operation of this law, passengers, after seeing Jupiter :Bond Lumber.
and .
narrows points of interest as far jf
and has very recently located in Atlanta, -
south as the north end of Lake Worth On hand and Constantly Arriving, J $ $
Ga. That house has'just addressed a .1- ;
will be transferred to the train of the '
circular to its thousands of customers in Ul\I.1BER. '
Florida East Coast railway at West Jupiter : II :J
is found the
which following paragraph, ,arriving Palm Beach at 8:24p. m. Hood'a 1111s cure liver ills;the non-irritating ndouly Dressed and Undressed. :,,,
which expresses the feelings regardingthe cathartic to take with Boo(!'. SaraaparaiL !:
stafite of thousand Floridians Passengers northbound will join steamerat Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work, Balusters, Newel Posts, .

new directly affected many by it West Jupiter in time to see all points of Bean, Orange Cabbage and Tomato Crates, ,

"Most of our friends will:be surprisedat interest above referred to. 'WEATHER BUREAU BILL.To Brick, Lime, Cement, Etc. .

the change made of our place of busi Capt. George G. Gleason will be superintendent Estimates made on all building material. Our large boat, "Sunny South," will deliver -+
of the line and Capt. Joe Smith Greatly Improve the Discipline and anywhere on the river. Call on us or send in your bill. We will serve you right. {f,
The last of Florida
legislature in
ness. ,
will be in command of the St. Sebastian. '
Efficiency of Employees.
P entire ignorance of the subject on which : XjauaoLber: Co.
The has secured E. :
:' it was legislating, and without consult- Vaill company as steward and this Capt.should be a Chairman Wadsworth, of the house S. G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager, ., .:'
ing connected with the seed busi- committee on agriculture, has introduceda i
guarantee of good service. Mr. T. T. Titusville. : Floric1.a.
bill to .
re-organize the weather bureauof
ness, passed a law for the regulation of
Reese will the Palm .
represent at
the seed business within the state that company the department of agriculture. The
no seed house in' the "United States could Beach. Yours truly GEORGE, bill was drawn by Prof. Willis L. Moore, Are -YOl.1 :happy: ? ,t
honestly comply with. .. This law simply MILES the chief of the bureau, and is intendedto .
Pres. and Gen. Mgr. No Then I'll and Make
affected firms located in Florida, and the greatly improve the+ discipline and efficiency Try You f'

ones located in others states are not of employees. To those who are FURNITURE-Away up in quality, but away down in price: I ,
affected by it. Under these circum- Experiment at San 3Iateo. acquainted with the officials of the MILLINERY Better, though cheaper, than ever before. tl.-

stances we were at a serious disadvan- Mr. W. McFarland went to San duties weather bureau it is apparent that their DRY GOODS-At live and let live

tage, and, after due consideration, de- :Mateo Sunday to take a peep at some of of are very exacting and demandmore ICE CREAM-Delicious, only lOco for next 365 day?; deduct Sundays
self-sacrifice the of
cided to remove our business to a point the there returning Monday on part personel TOBACCOS-The leading brands of
orange groves than do those of other branch of Chewing and Sl 1o ing. .
where we could conduct a legitimate seed night In one of the groves there in the any BEST CIGARS to be had. ;
public service. Especially is this theca
business without being criminally liable. !:
charge of Mr. Rowley the rows were alternately e with the station force; those who All of which we are delighted to show you, and if you buy then we arebappy.DON'T _
No foolish of legislation everdisgraced
; more piece tented and banked. The temperature '
? are stationed in the cities and towns FORGET THE PLACES. 1
the statute books of state"The
same law is proving a any source of as during low as the 17 degrees.recent cold The wa'ewent trees throughout the country. It is impossiblefor DRY GOODS, FURNITURE; ETC., Soda Water, Ice Cream, Cigars, etc. '

r confusion and trouble to drug stores and that were tent protected are as pretty to- these men to have regular working AT STAR BUILDING. Next Door North. of Kline's. ,,
merchants who buy seed in bulk at day as before the cold. Those that were and their work must be done on We are only happy when our patrons are. Your obdt. servant ; 1
Sundays and holidays. Another hard- "
wholesale from northern and western banked are killed down to the top of the JOHN R. TIcTALHER.u..
seed houses by whom the seed are secured : i i'"
banking. This is an instance of what chanting ,
i. from thousands of different growers the tent is capable of doing for orange --- f
igencies of the service demand
so that in the very nature of things it in Florida. Mr. :McFarland will being thus Take _
groves denied the privileges and benefits that FIRE with G S Schuyler i
is next to an impossibility to honestly have photographs made of the grove a? other Your '1
I men enjoy through having a fixed
of the
with the statute.
comply provisions it now appears, showing the difference
between the protected and banked trees. the place weather of habitation.bureau almost The good entirely results depend of Agent fo _Hartford, !Etna, Liverpool and London and Globe

QUARANTINE IS NOW OFF. The McFarland Fruit Protection company upon the prompt, unfailing and Intelligent -- Home, Continental, Providence & Washington, Fire- '

shipped about 125 tents the early performance of duties by the man's Fund and Sun Mutual.For .
Restrictions on Travel To and From Miami part of this week to Capt. W. II. Sharpe, .
station force, and it is to obviate the
Finally Removed. at Faust ina. pos- further information, rates, etc., address or call on C.S. SCHUYLER, TITCSVILLE FLA. ',
sibility of demoralizing effects coming
The following statement from Dr. Porter upon this corps (should a rule of favoritism -- -- ---- -- ------ -

'f state health offer, declaring quaran- Daytona Gazette-Xews: St. Augustine : creep in under the existing: conditions)

tine off and removing all restrictions on boasts of its number of newly wedded that Prof. Moore seeks, through the enactment ICE s IGE
couples, but Daytona takes the cake for 1GB
communication between Miami and the of the proposed law, to establisha
outside world was announced the first of its number of newly wedded couples of gygtetn of individual merit as a basis: of )
thirty, forty and fifty years' standing) .- ---
+ the week: advancement in the service. As a com-
Cases of yellow fever have ceased to and they all seem to enjoy life, too. pensation for the privations and hardships AS GOOD AS THE BEST.

occur at Miami for the past two weeks. -- which the service necessarily exacts Manufactured the INDIAN RIVER ICE XANTFAGTORY, T. Prop etore.RE f
'ft. All houses and places where the sick of men the bill provides for their retirement .' .
have been treated have been disinfected, after twenty years or more of ,Special attention paid to'packing for family use, and shipped to any station on the East Coast i
railroad or by steamboat on Indian river. '
and articles which might act as fomitp faithful service, or when disabled. A fund .

of the disease in the future have been from which they are to draw a portion of

sterilized by superheated steam and dry DuIIffCPSIORuISI their salaries, when so retired, is to be established Carroll & Goldsmith ''

'.- heat of high temperature under pressure, by retaining a part of every em- ,
known to modern ployee's! while in active service.
and every means ,- -- --" --.- -- pay
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science and human effort has been em- TilE STAR hopes the bill will pass=, and ,

-r' plo 'el to destroy\ any possible remaining believes it will prove productive of good STAPLE AND GEOCEEIBS j

infection. results. The :growers and other interests FANCY .

Therefore, Mifvin!' that intercourse I in the section, that so largely profit by Hay, G ain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables : t
s-- with :Miami "l.y tinr< *\ of the state will the forecasts and warninire! of the weather Ware.Titusville Florida. ',
be uimttcntUil l l l.\ dingr and can now bureau, are deeply interested in any Tin, Glass .and Crockery
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be safely peruum-*!, tlie quarantine re- I change which tends towards its improvement. :!' '.
:!- f-trictioii on travel l anal o-iiimercial in .

tefl'Onrl1I"1I-1'f! <>n October 17, are removed Do you take cold with I )REDECANTER :

tlii daft' \.111':111 make public every change In the I Ul'lUc1J'm' Cut ,,'orlUS.I .

I .1. Y. PORTER, weather? Does throat R
your I number
A of years ago I read innewspaper a Lasley db l otlcDW ;
I Health Otl
? Stale cer. feel raw ? And do sharp a to cut ,
way prevent worms ,
pains dart through your from eating off young plants. I tried i it j ;
Still High and Dry. chest? l' and found it to be a great 8tlCI'l' :;. The Foreign o and .domestic brands of Wine, Brandies, Rums, Gins and' .1-

Information from sea captains coining i Don't you know these are article referred to said: Whiskies, Bottled Beer::, Ales and Stout.A '4

= south i is that the sieainer City of Jacksonville danger signals which pointto I Take a shaving of wood, make a ring I
t ',- which went ashore on the upper pneumonia, bronchitis, or I of it three or four inches in diametei FIRST-CLASS LINE OF CIGARS. BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES. 1

North Carolina t-oa-t fully three month j around the stalk of the plant, imhedtling
consumption itself? ; Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mail orders.
route south from New York, j it a little into the soil, leaving about <<
,ago while en If are ailing and have way Cash must accompany your order LO LEIOTJ.O\\. TITUSVILLE FLA.
'-. 'isVtill high and dry. :-l"'t'rah'fiort have lost you flesh I j an inch above the root of the plant, the ,
lately, they are .
been made to get the steamer hack into ; plant is safe, as the worm will never
have all proved! of no certainly danger signals. The cross the ring. jT
the sea, but they R. L. MOTLOW;Dealer .
avail, her condition being one that i is seldom question for you to decide is, : Keep the end of the leaves off the : _

-. experienced. She i.s; said to be nn "Have I the vitality to throw I ;ground, however, as the worm will crawl *

injured and high and dry even at high off these diseases?" : up to them. I pinch them oil': Strip a,':

,water. Wreckers are till at work on her Don't wait to try SCOTT'S of Miff paper, card board or tin can iINE II INES BRANDIES' WHISKIES'j /'

and they are now digging; a ('mlal.froll! } i EMULSION "as a last rev i : melted apart and cut into strips all answer 1 ,

her to the sea and in this way it is believed sort." There Is no remedy I the same pnl"lO-} < They !'houltllJe
and saved. 1J inches wide, though narrower will d. .
that she can be floated equal to It for fortifying the ; ) AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
Captain Creamer! and several members of > Try this plan and you won't find, on ---

the crew are still with her.-JacksonvilleNews. system. Prevention is easy.Scott's visiting your garden in the morning, you Special attention given to mail orders. COCOA, FLORID-

> very best tomato or cabbage plants lying:
I prone on the !around.-Cor. Sarasota
Interesting Decision. Times. FEE & STEWART '
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Next :Monday the case of the F. C. & Emulsionprevents j DKAYINO. Handle EVERYTHING

P. railway vs. the railroad commission of the, I j If you have any Braying or I hauling: Appertaining to theTKADE. ...... J. :
protesting to the introduction consumption and [ Wingate will do it for you. lIe is herein .
mileage rate will come up for shearing I ; the business again. HARD .f\
three cent ) :
of other diseases which
k hosts
: before Circuit Judge Call, at Jackeonville. tit I _____ ARq .
s railroads are protesting attack the weak and those f A whiskey with food I ,
t The pure any ; fiJ
a'- strongly against: this three cent rate wind with poor blood. 3 in fact, aids digestion. It tones the Also: nice line of Furniture, Crockt-ry, Lamp'inllon Shad{], 'l- \

has been: advised by the commission: an. SCOTT'S EMULSION is p J stomach) increases the flow strennzth of the gtstricjuices Mattings, etc., etc., Undertakers' Supplies' Collins and Caskets. d') .
of the f.>ur cent rat the one standard remedy for ) and so promotes awl
will urge the necessity ) th' h. A pure whiskey like IIACI'EI1whikev. : : Write us when in need of anything in our line and we will otheK t
in order to meet their expenses, etc. The inflamed throats and lungs, t Sold by Ix>slev ,!t Motlow, promptly quote you lowest market prices. T ilon'Zliyler's, j A
decision in this case will interest a great for colds, bronchitis and con- S i TitusviSle, 1
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many eople. __ sumption. It is a food medicine -- ---- .. ,
remarkable A 4 (Saw your ads in the STAR) t my sister
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FOK SALE CHEAP.Improved ;e. ==
Thneacres food, because it nourishes the CASTOR I F.COX. .
place in LaUrange. and a medicine, because GEO 'l\T :omaTCH 'Fpep8ia. In. .
fenced body
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hammock four acres soc. Price $ aT 'e
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C CURRENT[ l9CAE IRCONICS. street Mri is S.very N. Gladwin's much improved residence by on the Julia recent TITOSIILIE' ( BOIRD ij Of TRADE.D in Mr.our Frank town for Warner a few, of hours Rockledge yesterday, was l LITEST NEWS ftND IN mfNI8.

painting. afternoon.
Brief Mention of What Is Going -On In Resolutions Adopted By This Body at Their Matters of Interest That Are Happening
We regret to announce that Mrs..J. T. Miss Ethel Coutant, of Oak Hill, is visiting -
and About TituiiT lle. Bassett has been very ill for the past two Meeting; Last Night. her aunt, Mrs. B. L. Coutant, at this Around Town. '

Send your watches for repairs to W. M. or three weeks from an attack of dropsy. A special meeting of the Titusville place for a few days. Typewriter wanted. Must be cheap.

Woodward* .. Titusville., Work guaranteed. Mrs. C. W. Crabb returned from a board the board of trade last was night held for at the the purpose rooms of of Mrs. W. H. Sharpe, of Faustina, spent Lock Box 209, Titusville. s.. .

s i : Mr.'E. L.-Brady paid Cocoa a flying short visit to Cocoa Monday where Mr. passing resolutions protesting against the a part of Wednesday and yesterday in Mr. J. D. Vann and son, Shiloh, .

': i: trip Monday afternoon, returning Tues Crabb is doing a fine livery and hauling passage of proposed treaties between I town with friends. We are always gladto were in town on business:Monday and \
day business. the United States and Cuba and the see Mrs. Sharpe. Tuesday. *$

Rev. J. E. Mickler kill hold divine ser Miss Annie Bellows resumed her scholastic I. British West Indies, which would affect I Mr. Frank Bond, of DeLand, had just Judge M. S. Jones went to Fort Pierce

vice in the }Methodist church Sunday evening duties at Hardeeville Monday, having seriously Florida grown products. The I eight minutes to attend to business mat- Saturday to drive out and view his Klondike .

the.21st .: at 7 o'clock. spent a week or so with friends at meeting w;s called to order by President ters in town on Wednesday, coming downon plantaton, returning home Wednes- "

Miss Myra.. Williams, of Rockledge, is LaGrange and Mims. Jones and the secretary read a set of train 35 and returning on 74. day afternoon.

visiting her friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Dr..H. S. Munro, of Washington, Ga., resolutions which had been prepared as Mr. G. C. Warner, of Middletown, Engineer Baldwin is pulling the throttle N

:.Hendry, arriving in town about the a hypnotist and professor of psychologyand follows, which.were unanimously!' adopted Ohio,. representing the Racycle, paid a on trains 29 and 74 between Jacksonville .'

' .. *'middle of .last week. I suggestive therapeutics, pave an entertainment : visit to our town Wednesday and yesterday and Miami, but will keep his family \

t:* Mrs. Wade/V Harris and two children at the opera house last Whereas, The present congress will be I in the interests of The Miami Cycle here in Titusville.Mr. .'..
night. called upon to act upon certain proposed <<
left last Friday afternoon for Cocoanut i & Manufacturing Co. :: C. D. Lefiier, a former merchantof
treaties formulated it is .
already hereby
,. : Grove, where, they will spend several Col. J. P. Herman, of Key West, arrived contemplated to place the free list Capt. J. W. Vail, of pioneer Florida Sanford, passed through here Mondayen
in for upon
: town Monday a visit with .
t.- 'weeks with friends. the principal agricultural products of hotel fame, passed south Monday for route to Miami, where he will en- ,, ,
some of his old time friends. There ia.
::l Miss Fannye Andrews!', one of Cocoa's always a tender in the colonel's! Cuba and the British West India Islands, Rockledge where he will act as port stew gage in merchandizing in future. t.

i.: most popular young ladies, was visiting heart for very Titusville.Mr. spot including sugar, rice, tobacco, citrus and ard for the steamboats St. Sebastian and Mr. E. J. Seymour left Wednesday :it
her friend, Mrs. J. D. Crabb, a part of \ Sf. Augustine this season.
f; other semi-tropical fruits, which are in- morning for Jacksonville and St Augustine _
last week and the 'of this Harry Wilson a brother of Mr. A.
it. early portion fant industries of our state and need pro- Mr. E. II. Mace, of New York, a brother and will be present at the Republican ,
: K. Wilson of this arrived Satur-
I week. town, tection; and, of the Mr. Mace who has been spending convention today in the Ancient city. ilr. '
I It day for a few visit with the latter
.- Mrs. R. R. Taylor and threechildren, days' ,
Whereas Such months here arrived
staple products come several yester-
t leaving Tuesday for Cocoa. Mr. Wilsonis / :\ J. D. Crabb arrived home for a Ji
4 of Miami who have been staying in Orange .1
into direct take
: competition with the productsof day afternoon and will probably a
l(' county ,ever since the middle of a newspaper compositor and wants to our own and other states, and will have cruise down the river with his brother in short Lake visit Wednesday afternoon from* _. "J l'
< locate on the east coast. City. His friends all agree that his
{ 1 October passed through this place Tuesday .
= I 4 the effect of putting American labor on the houseboat recently purchased.Mrs. .
avoirdupois increased since he left
i: '. : on their way home. :Mr.: I.... R. Decker returned home fromSt. a level with the cheap labor of the tropics,
' < .' Sexton, a lady from Connecticut, Indian river.
\, .,... .. Messrs.' W. H. Halland,' W. H. Chad- L-ncie Monday, having completed all ;. and tend to divert capital and enterprise who has been spending a short while in 1\

r r.? r wick, J. II. B1ckerstaff and H. T.Benton, the finishing touches on Mr. Richard R. [ from investing in the vast fields nowwopen St. Augustine, stopped over a few days Sheriff Brown has planted out quite a '
of Quay's new residence. Mr. Decker is of in Florida and other the number of shade trees this week in the t r
\. of Seale, Ala., arrived here the first states to here with her friend, Mrs. C. F. Fischer, ,
the week and spent several days fishing the opinion that a fine club house will production of such staple commodities as and Nassau. court house lot, which, in a few years,
her to Palm Beach
shortly be erected at St. Lucie. named in the aforesaid way will add greatly to the appearance of thecounty's 1{
{, and hunting at tfie head of the river. are proposed Mrs. Sexton left on the southbound train 0

'f' Dr. Weld's auxiliary boat, described in Young ladies of very tender age are treaties, and which are just in the first Tuesday.The property. .

the last issue of THE STAR, arrived here arriving in town of late. Last Friday a stage of development; and, will be the services at Mr. Ames, Vermont, who is spend! r
Mosquito inlet and Haul- new daughter arrived at the residence of Whereas, Such legislation l Would, at following ing some time in the state, was in our '
Saturday Jan.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. and the present time, work irreparable injuryto the Presbyterian church Sunday, town this week looking about and inspecting -
at to the Phillips, on Monday
canal and once
i over proceeded 21: Sunday'school at 9:45 a. m., preach-
: the interests of labor and the
employed tent protection business
Mr. and Mrs. E-l Gruber made I
Banana creek. "
club house
Canaveral on a"
ing at 11 m. Subject,
happy by the arrival of a young lady at capital already invested in this country pretty th foughly.
; Messrs. G. Hammond and D. B. in production of such staple commodities Song anti praise service at 7:15 p. in.
their house.
We learn that a sister of :Mrs.: J. H. /j
:Fad of Boston, two members of the as are named in the proposed treaties, Subject, :Habit. You are cordially fi
Mr. John W. Merrill and wife and Hogan arrived in town the first part of
incited the services.Mr. .
Canaveral club, arrived last Friday after- which allfgedto be in to attend
are reciprocal
their son, Mr. C. B. Merrill, and his the week on her way to visit Col. and
noon, and proceeded to the club house wife, of Tropic, came up to this place effect; therefore, be it Henry M. Flagler accompanied bya Mrs. Hogan and sister, :Mrss.Scheffler. at
Saturday morning in Mr. G. de G. Schuyler's Resolved That the board of trade of here
in party of friends, passed through Artesia
yesterday their fine launch, the whom she had not seen in twen-
new'catboat.Mrs. Kansas City, making the run in about the city of Titusville, Fla., hereby respectfully Tuesday night on his way to Palm Beach. ty ytars.Mr. t

F. T. Budge arrived last Friday four and a half hours. Thf>Y remainedin and urgently protests againstthe Yice-Presulent Parrott's private car was Oscar Tucker and Miss Carrie

afternoon from Miami for a visit with her town until today when they return confirmation of such proposed i. added to Mr. Flagler's at St. Augustine.It Johnson, two of Miami's popular you'ngpeople
\ parents, Capt. and Mrs. Jas. Pritchard. home. treaties on the broad ground that it. is understood that Mr. Flagler will
\ were Tuesday night, at
Being an immune she did not have to would be detrimental to the labor of spend the remainder of the season in
Mrs. W. S. Norwood spent a few daysin Buena Yista, by ReIr.. Fuller, rectpr'of
Jr :'' *:ait until the first of this week for quarantine town the first of the week, bringing this country, and do immense damage to Florida. the Episcopal church. Only a' few .
the"estl.d interests of citizens without
i to be raised. Her many friendsare her daughter, Miss Christine, who has our Mr. Joe Jefferson's latest is a large flat- friends were present at the wedding. 0 .
exceedingly glad to meet her at this been ill with a corresponding return. bottom which he had made at West
quite K as to be able to scow
C. F. Fischer arrived in
her old home. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions Capt. Miami a
receive medical attention. Mrs. Nor Palm Beach for use at J.ake'orth inlet
be sent to the United States few Jays ago with the government boat,
Mr. Willie Cleveland, the electrician of wood, who was also accompanied by little sena- where he is doing most of his'fishing this
: tors of Florida, and a copy also sent to Half Moon, belonging to the U. S. Marine,
the Titusville Electric Light company, Miss Jeannette, returned to her home, season, instead of on the ocean pier at
the State Agricultural society,and also to hospital service. As soon as supply of .
summoned to Rockledge Sunday top Eldorado heretofore. lIe t
was across!' the river, opposite this the Palm Beach Inn as
the League of Domestic Producers which coal and water is taken there she leaves _
locate the trouble with the electric light place, Tuesday. goes to the inlet in his launch and keeps
has been organized for the of for Nuevitas, Cuba, and doubthas :
Hotel Indian River which __ purpose no
plant at the the scow anchored there to fish from. It
for He Mrs ilinckley, of New York city, died effecting the defeat of the proposed left the bay city by today. .
refused to start up some reason. I will be remembered that Mr. Jefferson
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successfully attended to the same early at trouble.Rocklede She last Friday night from heart treaties. spent several days in Titusville the latter Mrs. W. M. Brown, accompanied by

Monday morning, returning that day. two weeks before came to with Rockledge about For thoroughbred poultry and poul- part of November. Miss; Louise: and Master lark Brown,
her husband, try supplies of all kinds write E. W arrived home Tuesday afternoon from "
Messrs. A. J. Richardson and Tom where State Auditor W. S. White and'wife
they were stopping with Mr. anti Amsden Ormond Fla. i
Conn., where they have
Wallace, of Shelbyville, Kentucky, who Mrs. 15. W. Jerome. Mr. Ilinckley went and Mr. S. T. Westcott, of Montgomery, I been since the middle of the summer. {.
who are spending the winter on their north Alabama recent arrivals in town and
Sunday, accompanying the body to Change Railroad Schedule.The are Mr. Blown arrived only the day before
yacht, the Rosalind arrived here from New York for intl'rment.lr8.:: Hinck- will visit Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Waddell
change in schedule of the F. E. from Miami to meet them. They are .
Cocoa Tuesday and are expecting the ley's sister, Miss Lynch, who was summoned for some time, Mrs. Waddell being
C. which went into effect Wednesday taking meals at theIndian River hotel .
arrival of their friend, Mr. W. W. Long- here by telegram, also returned to railway, the daughter oflr.: and Mrs.
the 17th until the completion of the additionto
give two through new
her in the White. )1881''hit and Westcott
position custom house in New
their residence.Mr. .
Sunday trains each between Jacksonvilleand
York city that same day. way will spend a good portion of their time

south as Biscayne bay. Miami. The company will not have hunting while here and will pay the $10 Irving L. Cresse, of Newark, N. J., .
Messrs. F. C. Hewitt and Sam Martin, their new time card in shape for this civil and '
} license l required law ot non- engineer surveyor, was among
of most of its permit by
relieved judicial
Our town was of Melbourne arrived
Monday to attend week's ST\K brief
j! so we give a synopsis: the arrivals in Titusville afternoon
residents. We wonder if all nonresident Tuesday
and legal talent the first of the week to some changes Mr. Hewitt is of this service which is
: train as follows: and will visit here for month
with Circuit Judge Jones down the river, his before Melbourne I sport men are doing likewise.Mr. a or so
to yacht sailing her to New train No. 29 leaves Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Wetmore. Mr.
Attorneys Geo. M. Robbing and :M.: the most important of which is 12.00 noon, :fet. Augustine 1:0.3, Daytona I I : O. .\. Jones, the plopri tor of the Cresse intends visiting Miami and .
Goldsmith at Tampa since Monday, and cutting away some of the lead ballast on I 3:10, 1'itusnlle1S: Rockledge Junction Hotel Indian River property and orange West and will probably extend his :

with County Clerk Stewart at the me- the foot of the yacht's centerboard, I 5.O.; arrive Fort Pierce (:55: leaves West I grove, who, with his family, arrived at Havana and several points in Cuba tripto

tropolis. Messrs.! Bobbins and Goldsmith which heretofore has weighed several Palm Beach 9:20, arrive :Miami 11:10 p. I Uockleilge the first of the present week, returning home. We'received ere oL
had case to argue before Judge Wall, hundred and which in town yesterday afternoon. Mr. a pleasant
a pound came very in. Northbound?w train -leaves Miami was call from Mr. Cresse and Mr. Wetmore
which they attended to and arrived home near crippling Mr. Hewitt's hand last at 8:10 a. in., arrive West Palm i Jones says that he is very much pleaded Wednesday.Mr. .

Wednei"thyafternoon. season. .The Ripple was launched Tuesday 9.55: leave Fort Pierce 1':l") p. m., with the growth his orange, trees have .

Mr. W. S. Pitts, of Fort Pierce, is canvassing and Messrs. Hewitt and :Martin arrive Uockledge l fetation (hotels) :?:.O, I made during the past:; year. He is tak- :\ II.V. Merrill, manager of the

Brevard, Yolusia and Osceola left for Melbourne esterday. Titnsville 3:06, Daytona::!(6, St. Asu"-: ; : ing a great deal of interest in the property Hotel Royal Palm, at Miami, was a passenger -

counties for "Coin's" new work on The Republican state (convention tine G:25: Jacksonville 7.U: p. m. Trains. and we hope to sec him make extensive on the southbound train Tuesday, .01

"Money, Trusts: and Imperialism." The which is held today at St. Augustine, :32 and 39 of the old schedule between improvements thereon in the accompanied, by Cnu-f Clerk McAuliffe

book will not be less in size than "Coin's will, of course, endorse Mr. McKinley Titusville and Jacksonville are di-con. near future. ml Miss Gobelin, the housekeeper. The
i Financial School," and will be profusely and all his art, but it is quite likely that timu d. Trains :35; and "S, the regular: I The Florida Extract company, of thisplace Royal Palm will open for the season tomorrow
in two l'OlorelllJt't the 20th:? inst. Mr. Me A uh fie who
illustrated and resolutions may be offered protecting: ; i mail and express between Jacksonville : has recently received standing ,
.1 enamelled paper co\er. Price, 23; cents against the confirmation of the treaties I and Miami, continue the same without'i iI order of ninety barrels week from Chic- has been in St. Louis, Mo., for the past

)Ir. Pitts has secured quite a large num'l which would place: the products of the I j any change. There is no change on the !i ago for the taunic acid manufactured by month, gays that an unusually large number -

\ her of subscriptions to the work, I state indirect competition with those of I Sanford divi-ion. I i the co'r.pany from the root of the sawpalmetto. of tourists have booked rooms for

/ week and next is canvassing in Yolusia. Cuba and the British West Indies. From I 1!! The company has been shipping the winter Miami

t'i (' Dr. Weld, of the Canaveral club, was all accounts there: seems to be an inclination Hotel Indian Inn r. ;i quantities of the acid to (ieimaii} Capt. W. C. Peterson and his friend,

over with his new auxiliary boat Tuesday on the part of many of the delegates I While at Uockledge thi week we noticed j i for some time, and the Chicago; older in- Mr. :S.; Ames: came over to Titusville! last

x and the new craft had mite a number to favor the :selection of Lient.-Gov. i that the well known Hotel Indian !.I i dicates that the leather manufacturers ofi Thursday- to meet Mr. Amps'.--- brother.

i- of visitors, who all pronounced her Woodruff, of New York, as a running River is open entertaining more than i the north west have waked UP* to the :Serg. M. F Aim, of Co. II, 6th Massachusetts

admirably adapted for comfortable cruising mate for :Mr. McKinley. tits shaw of guests. The building has valuable qualities of this distinctively : Volunteir militia, and his rnotl:er

on Indian and Banana rivers. This \Ve were quite surprised to meet up''1 been recently painted, improving its outward j Florida product. The factory is workinga 'I who have just arrived here from Boston,

q novel craft has centerboards in her two yesterday with our old' friend Mr. John; appearance wry much, while the !! night; and day force in order to supplythe Mass Seig. Ames is suffering from an

rudders and her propellor shaft lifts up .McDonald} formerly of Lake county, office is famished with many rare trope demand. I illness contracted in Porto Rico during

out of the water when under sail or necessary but now of Trujillo, Honduras C. A"., cal potted plants, and the whole interior ;| I j Spanish-American: war. He is going '
She baa a 5 h. is in for ; Ocean Drift Bottle i to stop with Mr. Peterson, at Canaveral
to clean off grass. p. where he has chaise of the gon> ;' splendid shape a big season ,t. -

Alco-vapor motor, and only drfiws' ten botanical gardens. :Mr. :\ rument'I']'I Mr. :S. Proskey, the energetic manager, ':i,. Mrs. Capt. Henry Wilson found a drift l!I where he hopes to gain his lost health. -

inches of water. rived here via Key West and Miami on : who is a hotel man of known ability, \ sea bottle on the ocean beach Sunday, 1 I lIe left Sunday morning with Mr. Peter- .
Flora owned by Mr. W. A. his in Lake will leave nothing undone for the pleasure i,I. I son on the latter's return from Cocoa. ..
The sloop his wato. family county which, according to the paper corked up .
of New Haven, which has will I!| of his guestsAside from the fine I Capt. J. 11. Smith '.fa
Woodward, and they probably accompany 'inside, was thrown overboard on Nov. was on the southbound ,

been in charge of Capt.Nelson for couple him to Cuba: on his return for a stay in''!, orchestra he will have this wt'ekIr.: : 4th, ISW, in latitude 26 minutes north, train Sunday for Eau Gallic, haJ:.. '::

,j, of years on account of }her owner net that island for a while. lie informs us I Pioskey:: has provided an elegant grand : longitude 85: minutes, 18 seconds, west:: ing been engaged to take command of the ; or
1) coming to Florida, has changed hands, that Mr. J. F. LeBaron, formerly of this piano for the pleasure of his guests. The : from the American S. S. Louisiana, with steamer St. Sebastian. The Sebastian

owned by Tobe Price,of Titus Jacksonville is located in ,,: electric light plant was started up this I was to leave Rockledge .
and is now place and now request to forward it to the r.-;. Hydrographic yesterday afternoon -: ':.
yule, who purchased the sloop for 230. I Honduras also. Mr. McDonald was in week and the season i is now well opened. i office. on arrival of tl-,,:> a: 'rom
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r This transfer was effected through the This is Mr. Proskey's second season, .a'ts.. .. cksonville, for her fir..I\G.: of
instrumentality of F. J. Webb, Eq,, of ho-I t and under his management the hotel is HAVEOU GOT CUIU'-\11 CaU .' rt I to Palm Beach. Ti t ::ect /r :"

commodious I fat winning back the reputation it had a r be in at '
1 this place. The Flora is a i i 'lIIpll'\ probably eb'n .rie'w
Gas lime will clear 1 them I o(' '
boat with good beam and sail carrying CRATES CliATES'.S CRATES din I earlier days, when J. M. Lee had j I notice. It is also a good disil ier. ft!. .ish & bll'd.h ,r.' recently: from .,ext0dotl : (

qualities, about 40 feet long, and was Bean crates, tomato crates, orange charge of it. Mr. C. A. Creighton will your poultry yard and coe-:' ; tnitit tee '.rl1 "- Gieason, o i' :9 __ U.

built right here by Mr. Robt. Gladwin boxes, etc. Best goods at lowest pricey Ii i be chief derk at the Indian River again ;, at jl.50 per barn.\\.r=VT-1 1 P.o' for twil' : .
nine The Flora G. F. PAUDISO.V, I I this season. See ad of this popular hotel J. mers
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i they reached the. new land of .

""".'t";" SOCIETIES, ETC. promise. Bit of Information About Various EyenU ..: :., Vf' Central & Peninsular

TITUSVILI BOARD OF TBADE-M. S. The' goldfields:; were soon crowded Occurring at Different Florld Polnt e 1 1h

Jones, president; J. M. Dixon, treasurer; J. with ambitious diggers and there \V snot '

t 6. Bast secretary.. Meets second Wednes wealth for all. Some became merchants George Macy who has successfully ; Railroad.
day night in each month at their rooms.
and traders: some adopted agrI- ducted a ranemiil and evaporator this sea-

4J. : P. & A.M.-Indian :River lodge, No. 90, holds culture as a means of existence. son, near Orlando, finds that his plant is Unexcelled all points service.. .. from.. .. Floridato

i its meetings the second and fourth Friday Back in the mountains is a place too small for the volume of business of F-a

: evenings of each month at the court house. called Waukomo. Here in the early that section. He proposes to dispose of 1 i North East and West.
!{- A. A. Stewart, W.M.; J. Mendel. l et retarv.i t Two trains daily between TAMPA,
heroic days gathered a little settlementof the present plant, which has a capacity 1L4 JACKSONVILLE SAVANNAH and

INDIAN RIVER GUABDS.-E. E. Mims, pioneers. The men and women felt of'150 gallons per day and put in a largerone ti COLUMBI \, carrying Pullman: Drawing

a : Captain. Drill every Saturday night at that they had common bonds of sympa- with a capacity of 300 gallons. Room Sleeping Cars cannectiug at COLUMBIA .

8 o'clock, at armory, over county jail.CHURCHES. ,1 with sleepers forWASHINGTON
thy. They were strangers in a strange Kissimmee f II IIl
: J.
.N : Major
land and were banded together againstthe
N. Bradshaw, of Orlando, and party, the BALTIMORE
Indians and thieving Mexicans.
(4 first after leaving the river their PHILADELPHIA.
EPISCOPAL CHUECH.-Bev. B. F. Brown, One member of this community was a day on ll and NEW YOEK
Rector. Services second and fourth Sundaysin camp hunt last month, counted 129 deer ,
cattle He had ranch and
owner. a big Also with CINCINNATI sleeper via
each month at 11 a. m. and 7:30p.m. between sun up and sun down, and they
an extensive herd of stock. He was an ASHEVILLE.
Sunday school every Sunday at 9:00 a. m one bunch of 25 deer
seen browsing together
W. -
American by birth and was in close association -
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Rev. John A. with his nei b.bors.s Game Warden Sharp says the Dixie Flyer" Through Sleeping Car ,

Hughes pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. m.; deer are plentiful on the big Kissimmee Boute between
\ of.his cattle 4P
t some began to Disappear -
a Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer prairie and so about in herds feeding JACKSONVILLE and ST. LOUIS ,
meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. You are the owner instituted a search for via I

? < invited to come.BAPTIST the stolen property. A number: of Mexicans with the cattle. Lake City, Macon, Atlanta, ,

<,to" 'a Chattanooga and Nashville, .
t" t J' were suspected and the American The state cassava convention which
CHURCH-Preaching every second Making connections for
." .: .',. ,and fovrth Sundays morning and eve cattle owner decided to demandthe will be held at Sanford on the 31st inst., "Now, nurse, I'm the noble knight. CHICAGO and all KANSAS points in CITY, .; '

.. !,,; %iI\g. Prayer meetings every Wednesday return of the animals. One morn- deserves and promises to be largely at- Do you think you could be the beautiful the northwest 1

"'; '{, evenicg at 7:00 o'clock. Sunday school ing he started alone down a certain secluded little maiden in distress?"
tended. The growing of this Through service
sleeping-car between Jack
.!: every Sunday at 9:45 a. m. Also preaching staple crop t
.,:;\2', first Sunday at LaGrange. All are cordially valley for the purpose of findingthe could be made a paying industry in all "Lor', of course MasterDick!"- sonville and New Orleans via River Junction J

:'", It invited to attend. E. N. BELL, Pastor. robbers. He had all his valuables sections of Florida, and the interchangeof Punch. and Pensacola. '

"';i. with him. as was the custom of the information and Full information dn application to any agent
r experiences which TO CURE A COLD IN ONE: DAY of this I
i: METHODIST CHUECH.-Eev.J.Mickler, country.As company.
Pastor. Services first and third in will take place at the Sanford conventionwill Take LAXATIVE BKOMO QUIXIXE TABiirrss
11; ;. Sundays the American did not return with A. O. MAcDosuELL, L. A. SHIP U.N, .
E" t > each month at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.; Sunday be of great benefit to those proposingto All druggists refund the money if it fail Gen'l Pass. Agt. Ass'tGeo'l Pas Agt. t

}!. school each Sunday at 10 a. m.; Fpt the cattle, his friends became ala'rmed.At I engage in the cultivation of this valuable to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature on

'. worth league every Sunday at 3:30 p. m.; that time the absence of a man fora product. Every farmer in the state every box. 25c. Notice.

'r': ., Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7:30 p. few days would not occasion surprise All concerned take notice that six month
c <' m.; ladies' Aid society meets each Wednes- who can possibly be present should do after date I will, as administrator of the estate -
.. but as weeks passed and the man
;.' day at 3:00 p. m Everybody welcome. so. The Brute. of Ro wen A. Randall, late of Brevard
. f did not appear a company started out Florida deceased
: --- county, present my final
1-1. i. ', TOWN'DIRECTORY.t to search for him. They had not gone -':'JEj:"'" account as such administrator to the Honorable

.. t .' far when the body of the unfortunateman Educating the Women. D. L. Gaulden, county judge of said i
: j TOWN OFFICERS.-A. D. Penney, mayor county, and pray for my final discharge from
," M. S. Jones Jr., marshal and tax collector was found lying on the ground. (\ such administration. i'
., C. R Schuyler, clerk and treasurer John bullet had done the work. JOSEPH P. BROWS,

11 .?' Henry.-assessor D. L. Gauld n. F. A. Los- In the trial which followed the guilt Sheriff and as ex-officio administrator.

' .;.;. ,.t' ley, J.M. Dixon, W. E. Knox, Jno. E. Walker of no one could be established. Several This December 15th, A. D., 1899.
J r ; +. 0. I councilmen. The council meets first
i4 Tuesday in each month. Mexicans were arrested, hut were t

,- .. f { : later released and at once disappearedfrom PARKER'SHAIR
: : : COUNTY DIRECTORY. Waukomo. The years which
= Clesnsej and beiutrflei the uux.
L. .; t 1
,. ,
brou I Promotes InzurUnt growth.
, ; "" have since passed bt many s
Never' Fall* to Bestow Gray '
, .- L.Gaulden Titns- changes.The memory of the ancient e Hair to its Youthful Color.

,L. ville, county judge; M. Goldsmith, Ticus- murder was forgotten. 1'O Curei roc scalp,aDd diaries>l.ouat A DruggisU hair jailing.

ville, prosecuting attorney; A. A, Stewart -
" r' Titusville, clerk circuit court; J. F. Woot- Last May or June a two seated carriage '

\ ; l t v en,Cocoa, tax assessor; E.Wi Hall Sharpes drawn by a team of spirited 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE

J34. I tax collector John Henry, Titusville, horses,was driven into Waukomo. An r

.itreasnrer; J. II. Sams, Courtenay, superin- elderly Mexican awl his four
*teed enfc public instruction; J. O. Fries, Ti- sons occupied 'L1i.J .

; tusville county surveyor; J. P. Brown, Ti. the conveyance. The father,

# tusville, sheriff; T. J Cockshutt, LaGrange, was a distinguished looking man. and t

registration. officer.. the party was well dressed. After purchasing .

supplies the strangers drove I
e+ COUNTY COMMISSIOXERS.-J Ii. Walker'rJl' Is it that
"Why you always keep your
few and
Every days
away. ene -
.Titusville chairman W.II.Sharpe Sharpes perhaps TRADE MARKS
i t ; ; seat while women have to stand one
I :Jos.: Mendel, LaGrange; Jno. Houston, Eau two .of the young men returned DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
Gallic; J. Waller, Aukoua. Regular sessions for additional food. The father, however Harleiuite said to another on the way &c.

are held first uesday in each month. did home by elevated train."I Anyone sending a sketch and description may
J. not show himself again andif quickly ascertain our opinion free whether aa
do it with malicious intent, was invention is probably patentable. Communica
COUNTY.SCHOOL. BOARD.-rJ.:: M. Dixon, was noted that the old man had act- the reply. "I am helping to educate Cynicus. 'e you quick at figures? tionsstrictlyconfidenttal. Handbook on Patents
Titusville; S. F.Gibbs, Melbourne. ed very strangely. women Miss Wanterwed-Fairly. sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Mann &
to wait for the next train. Co. receive
There, is but one person who recalls ('> liel!:" Then Ull me if you wait tpeciol notice, without charge, in the

. : ( from personal knowledge the murderof for Uiito piopose; how long it will be ScieHilfic Jlm rica"

A{ WAUKOMO; CAL,. Mi Im Judge the,Gibbons American and cattle is owner. He elder-is B. R. Wilson & Son guarantee everbot.. before you ere .-Judy.WANTED A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest: .cir.
now a very tie of Ht'medvand culation
-, l Chamberlain's Cough -------- of any scientific journal. Terms, 13 e
j. > ly man. When the judge the Mexicans year four months,fL Sold by all newsdealers.
saw will refund the ,who i is
Sequel To a Murder That Was Committal moneyto any one : -Honest man or woman to trav-
t Years enter town he thought;: the face not satisfied after using two-thirds of the large house: salary $65 monthlyand 1UNN & CO.36 I BroadwaJ. New York ,

ice Fifty Ago. of the father was familiar. As the contents. This is the best remedy in the expenses, with increase: position Branch Office, 625 F St.Washington,D.C. '

+- Special Correspondence of Tag STAB. party of visitors continued to actqueerly world for la grippe, cotiirli: ('olli): nonp permanent; inclose self addre&til stamped -.- --
envelope. MAXAGEK, 330: Caxton bldg. BOOK AGENTS WANTED FOR
and is and
:whooping! cough pleasant;
SAN DIEGO Cal, Jan. 10.-There are the judge said nothing, but ('b!l'agO. the grandest and faeteat-ttlljngbook ever published, 1
with two friends for wife to take. It prevents:; any tendencyof
started out the
r many unrecorded tragedies which agi- cold to result in
.a scene of the early murder. i a pneumonia. YOU NEED A PIANO OK AN' ORGAN: Pulpit Echoes
.tate the of remote hamlets. In
; II people Upon reaching the spot the groundwas ______n____ _.. __ ___ If yon do not, your home does. Life with
tLe'aqnals of every town'there are bits OR LIVING TKtTIIS FOR HEAD AM 1IE.VKT.
found to disturbed.. One !hole out pleasure is a living death. Music will Containing Mr. MOODY'S beet Sermon* with SOW
i of romance a.ntl.stories of strange hip- showed plainly that something had 1(?: kO make your home bright keep the young folks Thrilling Mories,Incidenta,Personal Experieucu.etc.,as tolr

:' penings wlueli when told fill the mind 1 abut the hearth-stone and give pleasure that D. L.
: v-f.. : .t, been, extracted. ..It'w'l11t1 gold had By Moody
t will i I I mean years of happiness. With the good
, ".. with interest and wonder. Here is a been taken away.-the belongings of ...IN THE FAR 50UTH... (prices prevailing for your crop, why notspei _/ With acomplde hi6loryofbl.lire b1 Uev.('IIR..F.

T'- E 4. tai',- whose truth is vouched for by a the unfol''11Icl'l,3.n cattle own- d a hundred dollars and get a piano? You liOsa, Pastor of Mr.Moody a Chicago Church for five year. ,
] 0) and aa Introduction by J ev. L\MA* ABBOTT 1) D
t t\ f responsible citizen of fcun Diesro: er. Judge Gibbons has reason to be can i ay balance next year. An organ will Brand new, 60Op p, n4tQy itfiumuat fcJ"l,0: me..
. AGENTS WA.NTEII-Men and Women.
only cost from 20.00 and need not I : CySalnimmense :
-f- Fifty years ago t I.(* word gold 1 certain that the old Mexican was one up you -a harvest time for Agents. Send for terms t
Three pabut half now. Any instrument shipped A. D. W01iTUL\UTO.X i CO.; Hartford (;41IU&.
,19' started the (invasion of California by of the original mUl'llel'erg.fter the Daily on trial and satisfaction; guaranteed.The : I -- ---------.-----
.l'the, gallant fortyrrilners. Overland, and) lapse of nearly half a century the guilty Sunday oldest and PHILIP largest WERLEIX houe south., Limited A $4.00 BOOK FOR TScts.

man had returned to secure the buried
] Great Semi='VeeklYNew.spaper.s Sew Orleans, La. The Farmers' Encyclopedia.
* treasure. WILLIAM Ii. UUTOfR. All other kinds of musical instruments.

' I ''" nuibic. etc. Mandolins, violins, guitars, $2.00 Everything pertaining -

to I up. Catalogues free.Administrator's. --- to the affairs -
I =v t of the farm,
t' ; Notice. and

.. : wyojlif'rhssittii w4 All pt Icons having claims against the estate .t ..' stock bra.ce.anicltb raising: Km-on'3 of Ephriani F. Adams late of Brevard county, Ry I I) the horn' the colt,

I 4, s r THE FLORIDATIMEHNION Florida deceased arc hereby notified to pre- ''I norse habits dis-
ti I l M nt tilt m to the undersigned, properly authenticated iI eases of the horse,
l rg Fi 0 within the time prescribed b> ,.,1 I 'he fiiim.; grasses: ,
: : ] CITIZEN law, or this notice will he pleaded in bar 01 i 1 I! I.j' J:,j fniit culture' ,dairy-
I :nn,
i'. '\
and all said "
LFloriila ri'covfiy persons owing estati I 4
6 Tbf Florida Times-Union (32d year)and the ( 'j rut's-: !'lIl.'l.'p.swine:1" ,
... Citizen; Itli year were consolidated c( ale I ereby required to make immediate pay r -:: :y, ficcs, the
) &'pt'mber y, HJ7.! This consolidated paper is y mint to me this January 1st, 1SJOO.JOSKPII .N i -, i.-;iCt social
1 I 1 /r 4 I( read from November to June by people from f P. BROW ) 'i '.i"i iif'% .w'., etc. One'IF j
more states than any other paper in the United n. ,
'J State uu the day uf publication; thereby being i t 1 unequaled us an udvcrtigiug medium in the Q\ ollit io:administrator of the estate of Ephi i.tin, M" I plate] EnoyclopiMia -
,. 1
/q l1 JA t '" South, besides circulating in every nook and .V F. : .fl.. f: : >in lXI: ten e"
Adams, deceased.Titiihvilie
ItO A I( corner in i'lorida. v 'I: "" All i.-iruf bKik, axYi .
Flu .lut.5th. 1900. i x Hi inches. 6a
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L tfliiebound in
AduiinNtnitor'g Notice.
THE SEMI-WEEKLY / green cloth bind-
All concerned take notice that sip j
I persons' in,; and equal to
I mouths after date I will present my final oilier book costing
+, !I TIMES=UNION 1 and CITIZEN 5j ai counts and vouchers administrator of th,j S4.00. Ifyou desire this book send us our social

: Mate( \lfllllTil't Wilson, late of Hrevaitlcr.tml.v offer price. $0.75 and 50.:.w extra for pwtagv' and
The we will forward the book to you. Ii"it i.s not su,,-
', Semi-Weekly Timee-t'nion and CitizenIS Horida. deceased, to lI..n. D. I.
factory return it and we will exchange itor nfL i
7\ the best semi-uet-kl published in the
) paper C\ Cauidtn; judge of aid county and
: county Send for ilistratdata!
1 V
Southern States for the low price of J y your money. our special -
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'" if news U full; it comprises y"L
He-To be sine there are some picas-i i telegraphic dupatflie from all parts of the (I -- Tiewere.jEdit.! !
:\ world up to the hour of going to press, and its i? lIflO
aut things about a bachelors life but \1) comments upon ,m.-r-'ii evcuts are pi>iut.-d Si BOOK FOR ONLY $2.90

then there are times when one longs to :; A and instructive. Special: attention is giveu to THE BOOK OF THE YEAR.
( luattrra the farm
pertaining: to au>i noUM-hold. Y
IKKses-s a being whom he can care (or'|: 5 In all the qualities of a newspaper for the is M3. ner's Standard Horse and Stock Boot

and whom he can call his own! j family V surpasbej circle uad the bunineas man it is unc\ A complete pictortal "The Bow-legged Ghost and Other Stories.

DIGGING UP She-Say if joti feel that way, whydon't Jtjtjt -J! encycloiadia o.: With an intro-
Y : practical
due t ion by
,> you buy a iU>gIIeiureVelL i iThe furhotseowners.Thiltxok
t : :
- by ship around the Horn came the America's _
3 contains mal:y
: AGRICULTURAL. greatest i-ot-t, ,
I 1 by
/ nineteenth +' valuable! recipe
century piI::tines. The 11It'\ liable James t5'Riley. -
Itesult. r ; IuhertvnnkIIORnott ;
"prairie schoouer" brought the family. The Florida: Farmer and Fruit Grower being Vj > .niii-E, coutrolliiifii comb An
0. -\j; purchased by the Florida Publ hiuB:Company QH \ to t illustrated volume -
/ anti walking beside the faithful beasts : i educating; horstortmenM r
I Nt has been cf !j"h.lali i with the agricultural JV J/ of originalhumorous
i ilepartmeat of thn S-mi-Weekly TimesUIIH.U ; ".- dc'otuhI .
that drew this moving home thi
was -
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t7 L and Citizen.: Th>- old name has been rctaiiitd, (Lv I L-.ri-tb: eattl't : sketches, verse,
brave and strenuous father. By day = and ample space i iprjided in uhich t"y loepandsllneal' facetious paragraphs k
4 present! all the depart iiu-iits of the Farmer and ) .ultrydfgs.Uecul JI I
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tp he guarded his dear ones with powderand Fruit Grower, burl ,.. "Cnnran.1 Orchard," -i 'i.itmcliidiiE th .and colIo4UJ tLp r
//T 'The Pin&rc'etc. X. pain will te.-pare't B rtb ; --& A book _
rifle while at night a vigilant and \ b> the publishers u make luiui-inatc-D 5; N'POi frtllllIefa.flf that wiS!! not t t
savage dog kept watch over the flock. Ck replete! witii int-T Mt and as valuable t.. thy a'- O V3 1,200 pages: ove: ili.Apmunt tne
Ter t"il-tillcr! as \\uth>- "id journal, one of tbe Uy 1,750 magnifieD rtit: The long journey was full of peril. historic landmark- Fl-.rida. $ I ws illBStratiors' enters a new r yr ya
teat l '1 With the trow: ,:' interest in Florida e\eryI(I i atsolutelyttslircsaai : .
hot and ; 1 f an-i erl'bi"runexplored + -
The sand s
was burning water I I-v' \oh.ere. the 8emiW'kiy is rapidly attaining i? ; {1,, most vaiaai: r -

rivet scarce hostile Indians threatened or. Tl.It universal circulation. Sj. 1 is farmers'tooiint!; Sell <>f humor. 1

Period.\ and JZ dJtJt world. It Ilj,I' A book; be
every side these and a hundred { to
o turns 17 special lO'I I read aloud and _
Mr. J 'll Specimen Copies Free to ored plates. If f
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in town\\ Editor's Awful 1'ligtit. i Address. k uour :special cfic your friend Contains "The Eow-a-ggid; h:.'.-:.
L d i( "When Ezra Sang Fim Bass, "The )lan1 L
home his i price $2.10, and \\
Eon Awgo; litor Seneca Ill. C.Qu1<1t "
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whoufl'e I ) .JI.l .:l 1 will forward the boot }> Titles of Futur
for some guests with it is Books, "Selling I.ocksIf HairNo Woman N
ears piles that people Cus- j ADDRESS, < you. If m Faa," '
awhile. t' "Society Actresses, etc., etc. This fin
entertain for i satisfactory return ;
until house this edition bound
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he o a ure guaran tare \e-" verything. when you ; JACKSONVILLE, FLA. : THE WERNER COMPANY, THE t

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3, 4' THE FLORIDA ,STAR : FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1900. .. :< :

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THE FLORIDA STAR In-I860, when our population was 31- / : '-,
{" 443,331, oar appropriations for that year :

amounted to only a little more than $63- BAKING .it .
Entered at the postoffice at Tifusville as, Personal and ;
000000. That was about $2 per capita In Paragraphs Newsy; Brief
second-chtss mail matter
1880 our population had increased to 50- at Towns Along the Coast. ,

gm B. Wager' Editor and Publisher. 150,783, and our regular annual appropriations W ER P .,.. !

'' .had grown to $190,457,445.06.There MI ls. ..
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOBNTNG.8UBSCEIPTION does not to have been McFarland out "" tot i ii7
It seem any :Mr. was Wednesday 1 Nf.I'I"JWV. ---E t .
satisfactory explanation for such a great .exhibiting one of his tents. V-
61.50 PER ANNUM :: :
; increase. From these it will be and wholesome > ,
? ? j 75 CENTS FOB SIX MONTHS.tdvertUing There will be service Sunday morningat Makes the food more .
'l had reached
seen that the expenditures : t t'f
the church conducted by Rev.Mickler.A sore Sunni POWOEII co.,SEW\'OtIIC. "
Rate Famished on pretty nearly $4 per capita. The popula-
Application. tion had increased onlj about 60 percent. pleasant party sailed over to the :" .:- i

while the expenditures had increased Hanlover Tuesday morning, returning Protection. Weekly; Weather Report. :- I I
fe. Communications on live topics, especially Smallpox :
vjf of local interest, are solicited. But the editor closs on to 300 per cent. the same evening. V.8.DEPAETMKTT( Of AQMCTJLTUXIWSATHEB ;

-gf-gjf reserves the right to condense them to suit. But notice what an extraordinary increase Cane grinding has been going on at EXECUTIVE OFFICE } BUREAU. ::i '

aBrief& desired.items of neighborhood' news always there has been since 1880: For the Joe Warren's the past week, and has at- STATE BOARD OF HEALTH OF FLORIDA, and Comparative rainfall: for statement the week of ending temperatures Tuesday! ::.S't ;

fiscal year beginning July 1, 1899, the appropriations tracted a number of visitors. JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Jan. 16, 1900. Jan. 16, 1900. ,",/

PC ? **" .' It must be clearly understood that neither : amount to $540,302,802.29. A surprise party planned for Mrs. C. 1900 1899 MIN. t.
Editor of The Florida Star: DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. : ,
;it- THE STAR nor its editor is responsible for Our population amo probably to 75,' -'-
S. Ballou last week -74 M
was partially spoiledby Jan. 10. 76 70
** '
* opinions expressed by correspondents. 000,000 though that is a pretty high esti- the rain. Those who braved the Your co-operation is earnestly. 1icited .* 11. 76 70 75 66 '

mate. There has, therefore, in thetwentyyears in protecting the people of Florida against 12. 74 66 77 68
Subscribers .will confer a favor on THE storm reported a most enjoyable evening. '; i
w -
78 68
. STAB if they wilf notify us Many failure to covered by these figures, been an smallpox. Will you not use your influence 13. 62 53 78 70 l
|f receive their paper. increase of 50 per cent. in our populationand Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Ballou of Boone, in your section towards the stIm- 15.14. 74 70 66 50 77 07 '#:, '

.. _. of 175 per cent. in our expenditures.And Iowa, arrived Monday evening. They ulation of public sentiment in favor of 16. 75 68 78 69 (
the is expect to make a long visit, to the delight in for the week. 1.03 inches. I
: United Statement yet Republican party prepar- vaccination? Urge it editorially your Total rainfall
Treasury ing, from all accounts, to still further increase of their many friends who have columns. The state board of health has Departure from the normal rainfall for the

\Ve are 'inaehted'to our congressman the expenditures.The not seen them for two years.JDPITEK accomplished the vaccination of over week Departure plus .24 from inch.normal rainfall since. Jan.

Hon.,It..W. Davis, for mailing question which presents itself is, 200,000 of the citizens of Florida in the 1st, 1900 plus .55 inch.

statement the conditionof how much more can the expenditures be past two years, but there yet remains HAL P. HARDlY,
1' a .
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: visited West Palm Weather Bureau.
W. L. Widmeyer Observer
increased before there will be an emphatic unprotected. Smallpox exists in
the United States treasury and many Fla., Jan.,16,1900.There .
: Beach this week.
one day
from the ? Mr. De Armond
''. protest people various parts of the southern states, es ,'
*; the ;receipts and expenditures of points out that as population increases Jas. Armour, Jr., has accepted: a posi pecially in Georgia and Alabama, and ofa is more catarrh" in this section of the-

.";. the government on the 12th day of there ought to be a decrease in the per tion with Capt. U. D. Hendrickson, at more malignant form than heretofore, country than all other diseases put together

$ this month, which reached us Mon- cacita of the expenditures. There are sev- Lake Worth. and as fast as it is stamped out in one and until the last few years was supposed to

day afternoon which shows available eral reasons why this should be so, one of portion of Florida it is re-introduced. It be incurable. For a great many years doctor
Hotel Poinciana Palm Beach
Royal pronounced it a. local disease, and prescribedlocal
them being that this is "an era of inven- is, therefore, respectfully urged that you to-
i. cash balance, including gold opened for its seventh season Mondaywith remedies. and by constantly failing (
tion and discovery and of in will lend aid towards the arousing it incurable
' that of economy production 80 guests. your cure with local treatment, pronounced -
reserve, on day 8282,835- Science has catarrh to be a
and distribution. As a matterof of a public sentiment in favor of immediate proven
i t 114.81. The excess of receipts over fact, our regular annual appropriationsnow The trade boat Merchant, of Cocoa, vaccination. The state board of health constitutional disease, and, therefore,requires-
Hall's Catarrrh
S expenditures for the fiscal should not amount to than Capt. Michael, is with us again, and doing con titutional treatment.
year more will furnish vaccine virus to physicians Cure manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.,.
I amounted to $20,191,122-14. The 5150,000,000. The estimate forthe next a good business. free, where they vaccinate without charging -; Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure

receipts from customs for fiscal fiscal year-that is from July 1, 1900 to Mrs. R. W. Boyer and daughters, for the operation. Very truly yours, on the market It is taken internally It acts in directly doses

amounted to 8121,748,315.21; July 1,1901-is $738,855,220"Well may Misses Minnie, Pearl and Rosebud Cuth- JOSEPH Y. PORTER, from on Ifrdrops the blood to and a teaspoonful.mucous surfaces of the

**. year the people ask, what is to be the outcome bert, left Tuesday night for Miami, their State Health Officer of Florida.For system. They offer one hundred dollars for-
from internal revenue, $161,267- of this extravagance? Mr. Bryan oughtto old home. any case it fails to cure. Send for circularsand

542.43; from miscellaneous, $19- announce, as one of the planks of the testimonials. Address,
Chas. W. Carlin, Walter Michael and Over Fifty Tears F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. A
".4 1,824.53: Total expenditures for next Democratic national platform, opposition '.:.
4 Jas. Armour, Jr., went down to attend MBS. WissLow's SOOTHING STECP has heeL ; ,ti- Sold by druggists, 75c

the'fiscal year were$2N2,306,560,03, to extravagance in public expenditures. the opening of the Hotel Royal Poinciana for used their for children over fifty while Tears millions. with of mother perfect II'Hall's Family Pills are the best

as follows: Civil and miscellaneous., ....., at Palm Beach, Monday night.W. ; success. soothes the child, sorten the cams: O.A.STO .
allays all pain cures wind colic, and la the best
I $ 8,839,45U.0for; war, $83,507432.38 ,- TilE PROPOSED CANAL. C. Culbertson, Ksq., of Cincinnati, little remedy sufferer! for Diarrhoea.Immediately.It will Sold relieve by Druggists the pool Bears the /t Iha Kind( You H3VB Always Bart

; navy,.' $30,233,610.29; Indians is registered at the Carlin House. Mr. in every part of the world. Twenty-five centsa Signature
bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wins- cP
at Work to
Committee Secure
,: $5,334,223,53: ; pensions,'878-, Investigating Culbertson is a famous fisherman and low's Soothing Syrup and take no other kind of
Levels of the Two Kit-era. :spends the best part of most every season ,
580,576.78; interest, $25,811,261.01.These ... About two weeks TilE STAR stated
ago "
? 5i5iSi$
. figures are of some inter- that the Jacksonville board of trade had here.Will I. iii iii Furnished
W. Joyner will "officiate" as Correspondence Invited. Stencils
est to our people.!md give an idea taken up the subject of the proposed canalto fj i
clerk at the Palm '< act hotel, Palm m iJ: i! ;
. of the yearly business of the treasury connect the St. Johns river with Indian 25" caoos1vR52525225'325x caoc cr ssss&c2SeSE5ES25aSSS25ESSSESES5 yyr25Z, =' noQC gcm4c7o4 JI''II
Beach, Fla., which opened on the 17th
river on account of its tendency to inter-
.r' department. It will be noted
.. under the management of Mr. C. A.
that the largest item'ih receipts- fere with navigation on the upper St. Stone. i
4 internal revenue-has been very On Wednesday of this week Capt. T. elIding at'-Indiauola.- McComb & Co.
largely'augmented( by the war' revenue W. Lund, who has navigated Florida ,

tax, making that item far in waters for years, gave the river and har- Wedding bells:: pealed merrily at Indi- I I Ii
I anola the 17th inst at
I on ,
; excess of.customs receipts. bor committee of the Jacksonville! boardof
of Mr. when
trade the benefit of his lone practical the residence Humphrys, II
**iJ Jrrr->+-fs+-r* experience. In order that a full under- his:; daughter, Miss Carrie, and Mr. Clar- i 11 i! BERMUDA, i I

Vaccination.In standing of the situation may be had, ence E. Richards, both of Columbus, 0., ;': CUBAN and

another column this week will the following outline of the proposed plan were married at high noon, Rev. W. N. SOUTHERN.rowers' i
Chaudoin, of LaGrange, being called
is given:
be found an letter to the people
open the this
on to perform ceremony on occa
At the headwaters of the St. Johns
( of Florida from Dr. J. Y. Porter, sion. The groom is a member the firm 5
river, in Brevard county, is Lake Wash-
1 3 V state health officer, urging upon all ington, and about five miles further is a of liichards, McCarty *!t Bulford, architects and U

11 people who have not been properly bfo sawgrass lake. The St. Johns is navigable of Columbus, and the bride is the Shippers' Agents, e

I vaccinated the necessity of having for small boats and canoes from organist: in the First Baptist church in N

'I the same attended to in order to Jacksonville to lake Washington, and that city and is a mot estimable and 111 --

the finest fishing and hunting grounds in lovely young; lady. The happy couple I
the dreaded disease of n
prevent their
the bunks of departed yesterday on honeymoontrip
state are along the this remarkable -
,I smallpox from obtaining any foothold river, which runs north for first taking in Palm Beach. Their REFERENCES: 309 Washington St., i '

in this state, as it has done in about three hundred miles The contractors home will, of course, he in Columbus, | Commercial Agencies. !I

1 some of the southern states. fur the canal, under the state, but they will no doubt find it a pleasureto I Any Reliable House in New York. NEW -:- YORK.

have \ in view the main visit:; the Land of Flowers every winter
1" In the letter the doctor states two objects one
season at least in future. The best wishes: !aacasrc ccasac. ; yt5aone yZ- Sane neannnoonoeaonnnnS Qcacx
being to reclaim lands in that C St
that of the swamp see-
a large portion people
of THE with them.
tion of I'revard county, and to drain the go
of our state have already availed
Kiwgra>s lake for suirar }planting. The
themselves of the opportunity of other and probably secondary one, is to T. J. Bockman, of New York, has become Hotel Indian River

becoming immune to smallpox, connect the Indian river with the St. the owner by purchase of the famous ,

but there are a great many yet who Johns river, and make, if possible, an inside Trimble orange; grove, near Braiden- r--- ........ ,,- L ROCKLEDGE, FLA.
town. Rumor places the price at $:!),OOt), : ;-!I<"'" ;-. ...
from Miami -
to l'j
liable to take it in its most vir- passage I----: _: : :
are :
r '""" "- .' t .. j' ,. steam heat, Electric,
pleasure craft 'light-draft which is cheap for such a magnificent "-<.. '.' ''> ., ,--.t. yw ?
ulent form if it should become epi- ) steamerswith ', :- "z :;.. ., Lights Elevator Ur111 -
produce from the interior of the property. l'.r. .
4 : \iUUIU 1s. ,j cheatra. Everything .
demic, and we wish to emphasize .::: : FIrst1"..'.''.. .
country. The connection with the Indian ." ._,1" '!I"II.i.''rl' _'tt"ht'tiiI---- _-,-_ InJ.Lr. __ #" n .
: the importance-of the advice of our river is. proposed to be made opposite Eau PROFESSIONAL: CAUDS.UOKIUNS TI3IXE
state health officer upon those of Gallic. i

our people to whom his remarks The people along the part of the & GKA1IAM, S3 per day and upwards,

apply in order that our -fair" state river navigated) by steamboats schooners _\1 On EYS.\T-L.\, rates.I .

be as immune as: possible to have raised a vigorous objection, and TITt SCILLF:. FLOKII
in a communication to the Jacksonville : .
this disease.It board of tra.le some of them have declared Office hours-10 to 12 a. m. and 2 tot p. m. !_ fi'ioating

has been shown by the most that such an owning would l IIC a Will practice in all courts state and federal.
Special' facilities for examining and perfecting Hunting, lriv >>j
Filling, m'yc1in'
carefully compiled statistics in foreign menace to the navigation uf the St. Johns laud titles. PLENTY OF OKAXGES.

countries that in those sec- river, claiming that it would lower the among the attraction.Agency _

water at Volusia blur and prevent anything I). L. tL\t'LUEN,
tions where vaccination has been .
-- -
larger than light-draft boats
properly attended to that the disease from ; very ; ArroI: -A T-L.\W, .......a .t.C"
reaching points now accessible.An .
is hardly) known, while inmost investigating committee of engineers TITTSVILLE, FLORIDA.

all countries where it is neb and surveyors will be sent to take levels County judge of Brevard countyVill practice AmoriousMolluffleiltal:
in all the courts of the ?th judicial circuit -
lected the same appears in its most of the two waters,-and if the Indian river of Florida.It .

and hall be found lower and that the :St.: ,
virulent -- --
deadly type. -- -
Johns will be drained the Marble Works
by opening of '
We feel that the of the (-tN C. FLUTCIIKi,
press such a canal, the board! will insist, throughthe
state is doing a great service in legUlature: that locks shall be established ATTOl: EY-Xf-1.W.,

urging the people to take action in along the line of the canal, or that JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.M. AMERICUS, GA.

scheme shall be __ __.__ __
this matter, and we hope the advice the abandoned. u n
All kinds 'If )Monuments: kinds of ( ;iranite
It is understood that the GOLDSMITH,
of one whose opinions in contract to :and Marble, and ( \'meh'fFt'nl'ill All work
cut the canal has been awarded and thata
health matters has proven so time- ATTORN EY-\T-I.\W. done in person in a satisfactory JII mner. Correspondence
gang of men are already at work on the
ly and beneficial heretofore will be TITI VILLE, FLOEIDA. solicited Represented by
project. __ ___
duly regarded now by those to Prosecuting attorney for Crevanl county.

t whom they apply. Work on the Cocoa. Notary public.A. C. E. MOOKS,

k; The work which is being done to the 1). I'KXXKV, io. llano" t.. Jncl? sonvillc, 1'1a.

's Government Extravagant. steamer C"OLby the Merrill-Steven"
Our .\rrOIXEY-AT-L.\\Y,
Engineering company in Jacksonvillehas
L' I1"' Representative David D Armond, of become more extensive: than was at I TITUSVILLK! FLORIDA. y-a NEW TOMATO 900

lissouri, presents some figures relative to first anticipated and it is now expectedthat Will practice in the courts of the 7th ju- _

TSB ( expenditures of the government that it will be fully sixty days more lie- dirial circuit.

teach jht to arrest the attention of everyfoiughtful foresheis i completed, according: to the LIVINGSTON'S MAGNUS.
isroA J.UIIIHEW: i! ,
citizen. The government ,
\' : Evening News, of that tit). A new waist -- -----
ev nding a great deal more money than I, has been put in, besides having the staterooms ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW, :' "i> t !,' :i->yeti. of'the'ii.-tmct<-"Ihl"l and..[ in.ArT11,1 inot-t promisine ACME: new,
v \ Mtt to. Just now it is colectin l! moreMr. I and interior fittings Maiii office and address, Tibbals, 'lnrhla.1 I :- i'- :idlest .idilitifii by Lulng-rfim to the To.
entirely ,
.1 HID t .u1 ly It is thicker heavier and
j L is spending, and consequently i I changed. The machinery is also beingthorouvXtf Otlice at Fort Pierce, Fla., upon the 2nd and j I ; d ran either of the abu{'. making It easily inure!
in town .. congesting in the treasury. To I 4th Fridays of each month. 'fir ; K ii the n+o-0 hands-me ort iu cultivation. The
? Aff'rhauled and when readyfor Will practice in all the courts of the 7th i .-> perred uniform. !Urge and .
home his von v\at- *Wever, that the stamp .ahtt.! i Kte+tiery firm. It Is it robiiH grower with
whom% wears, b ji tehf Cocoa will be prac- judicial circuit of Florida. | ,. .I '_ -ii >rt .mint's setting its fruit cluster> closer together
for some guests ublican party nt- : tical pt"opl 1 fbe repairs will cot ad p than raofct "arlttlt"aud is, therefore.
entertain for awhile. / helpj that an the I II' i a heat y cropper. It is! e6p dally adapted for
this fee ,
says se,use cattjlarg, F. J. WE1U i : shipping and is remarkably tine for forcing
nie R Bullo a ..a ected will be need- I t.N.4L I 'r Indoors and out. Order at once.

ay altern cered hI Evidently it ha.ii:: .i_ ST G'_ 'S OYSTERS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, SrrV. Per Pkt.. 20c. 3 pkts.. 50c. 7 pkts.. $1.00.

arch an : the Kmu' .. THTSVILLE, FLORIDA.
:0 j the order. Elegantly Illustrated Seed Annual Freed
spent her v ary expen ; ..oJsters to
he ope ,'a re gua as not yet Ituro: 1i--e Stillttie, who Will practice in the courts of the 7th ju E--1 with all orders.
Ilso I x I Tho Livingston Seed CO coLUMBUS
ay mJ ." e iy can buy. dicial circuit. = V - = uivama, succ -- 3 .uJW. "1 ORIO.
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Il.l* THE West:Indies., Many reminders..of.that', the Danish West Indies are considered z -
) time are situ extant. The, most! strikIng as an Independent proposition --
__ _' .,"
:.t.j. { '. '-- :: : :: : =-7" : :io "::::: ": ::::; '::"- '::
I of these are in the town of Char- '
: : .. '
I the
Proposition To Bay Them Ig 'Now lotte Amalie. They are the castles of

:. .: -- Being,Considered. Bluebeard and Blackbeard. Black-

t. Special Correspondence of THE STAB. beard's tower is the better preservedand
is still In condition to furnish fruitful -
WASHINGTON, .Jar !G.-Whlle: 'we are opportunity for investigation by the

in the island business it might not bea curious tourist. .

bad idea to favorably consider the t Blackbeard was a grizzled Spanish

opportunity Denmark presents 'to the pirate.whose bold depredations terror-
Y United ized the Spanish main at that time. .
States to acquire possession of
:2 the Notwithstanding his fierceness, in his
Danish West Indies. Germany heart'be had a soft spot for the ladies,
has relinquished whatever ,claim she and we are told that he was a great Always Bought, and which has been
..I may have had upon these Islands, and has borne the of
It"Is flirt. At last he lost his heart to the years, signature
:', understood'that we can have t prettiest senorita on the island, and and has been made under his per
for 3000000. If we don't take they were married. In the castle with
sonal supervision since its infancy.
them Denmark
will try to market the tall tower Blackbeard installed his Allow no one to deceive you in this. ,

I, pretty wife and placed in her hands the and "Just-as-good are but :
keys to the castle including one to a
with and endanger the health of
Secret cabinet. He told her she must
not open the cabinet If she valued her Experience against Experiment.,

happiness. Of course she disobeyed
him, !but instead of finding skeletonsand
other grewsome ol.jects in the cabinet -
she discovered a bundle of love
; substitute for Castor Oil Pare
1.rf. letters from one of the pretty girls of
ad,.;+.M1' yy the: town written to Blackbeard and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It

[I"':.,, 13.4z7 was in consequence made insanely jeal- ] Morphine nor other Narcotic
'-';'(' ous. She was arrested for opening the. is its guarantee. It destroys Worms

gr-}! "- et ? cabinet and condemned !by the indignant It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
; i people to !be !burned at the stake. Troubles, cures Constipation

l"g I :d its Blackboard's! ship arrived ,opportunely assimilates the Food, regulates the
in the harbor, and when the pirate
14 I giving healthy aid natural sleep. ;
f *
a chieftain
saw what was afoot he fought '
. his way to the place of execution and -The Mother's Friend.

rescued his bride. At least this is the..
way they tell the story at St. Thomas. ; ALWAYS
', 1Q : The natives of St Thomas are indolent '

rt )) t-' and easy going. Everywhereone : ; the of
ter ..u Signature
sees groups of lazy negroes !basking -
i- a I, ;,. in the sunshine or performing their 1'

customary tasks without rush or apparent ;
seriousness. The dirty boys and

girls and dirtier porters lazily move u

bout, lounging in the roadways or on ,
the sidewalks, and never apparently
.5 r .-r conscious of the flight of time. There

are singing and laughing: and even the Oil Have Always Bought

ragged seem strangers to sorrow and
BLACKBEARD'S TOWER. unhappiness. The struggle for existence
{ For Over 30 Years
them elsewhere, as she is determinedto is not a harassing question. and ,

go out of the Island !business. The the problem of labor! and capital I Is ,,._ ,, TT MURRAY STREET__ NEW_ YORK CITY.__ ..' ,
Danish West Indies are small, !but here unknown.The $:;; : __;;;_ _;..> f

might prove quite formidable if owned people are all comparatively well I.

,_ by an unfriendly power. They are housed many of the peasants living in .
only about! US square miles in area, picturesque little cottages which nestlein -"".JY.; ---".-. T".4..CT".Cr.-- ..-..,__ I-------- -l-- ..-.-..--..--.:-..'-..- ..-..-.:-r -. ..
but any naval power could make a shady nooks on the mountain !slopesor (

Gibraltar out of St. Thomas.We overlook the placid waters of the ; c eE Do You Love Roses?

had an opportunity about 30 !beautiful harbor. There is an atmosphere '
years ago to purchase the Danish West of peace and contentment over f Do You Want to Grow Them i

Indies !but let it pass. Our growth all. Of course the whites, who are in : NO OUR NEW ROSE CATALOGUE

during' the last generation and the extension St. Thomas for business' reasons: pre- j Is handsomely ill.trated and describes J I
of our interests in recent times sent a striking contrast to the natives, the be.:t, new and n. /->t popular roses for *j
would seem to caution us against let- and yet they are not entirely free from th so-ithlanJ, and gives fun instructions for :y
pluiTtn? and carinfor them It also JJ _
ting this second chance go !by. Smallas the influences breathed from the eo.pi.tin.; why t4 I
the islands are they are worth haying tropics cn every whiff of air. i
.... g :
commercially. They buy over $300- The natives are very religious, and
, 000 worth of British and Dauislugoods the churches are well attended ; fur the rose parden. If. \nu, have not succeeded m growing y ;
I especially we eau tell you: wh) A t tress
each year which we could furnish if on feast days. There are eight

the had them within our tariff system. churches in Charlotte Amalio. and several i: : THE GRIFFING BROS. CO.JACKSONVILLE ., a

But still more important would !be the denominations are represented.The N

effect upon our shipping industry, as church structures are unpretentious : FLA. g
they would furnish the needed link in there being no high towers or ( << : 1'.1Y.1'. : 1:&&& u. t:".

the chain of American shipping to the similar exterior embellishments. This i
West Indies. 'tiJO':0'; i Ji Jk
I -- '
t The Dmhb West Indies consist of sir I '

St. Thomas St. Croix or Santa Cruzi i 1:
i and St. John. The former is the most
noted of the group. Here is the principal c/ 4

port Clidilotte Amalie which has

I a population of 10,000, and English is

the prevailing language. It has been .
under Danish rule for 1GJ( years, !but ;

its people have little allinity for that

country, and during the past 35; years
its white inhabitants have often ex-

,, pressed the desire that they might !bo
1 taken under the starry !banner.

The splendid harbor ht St. Thomas is !
considered the best in the West Indies I iF.
I ,
and its position for a ('oaHugtation isWhlt
has caused; the United States to
: ;
favorably consider its purchase, or so

bay Washington diplomats When .
the Nicaragua canal is built St. M 'f ;

Thomasill be still more important, :;
: : :
as it will furnish a broad landlocked:: : : "

harbor, wheie may rest.: the shipping : t
of a dozen nations. ; i
St. Thomas is unusually picturesqueand
reuuikaGle for its ruggedness.; Its

mountains rise 1.500 feet above the ,!

sea level and are covered to the peaks '.Y7fX.'t- L. -f t Y. c ; r E? LY f A.ILINGS
with varicolored tropil.'al"e etat oll. -' u IIKTWH-V__
' The town of Charlotte malic is built PEASANT'S COTTAGE AT ST. THOMAS.

on the slopes of the mountains! andcovers simplicity is the rule lcriM of tIt! ; J AND NEW YORK

the entire shore line of the harbor. danger! from earthquake and hum : at Charleston, S. C., both ways.

Ti It is a substantial place and has aiH'v The penile dress! vjiuplx' \\ ill'lI ; | i in flu ('oct'ofnillt.! Scrrice.
many of the modern conveniences in attendance upon divine wor Iiii!). t'.r': l -- -- -- -_.-
found in Ameiican and European cit only attractive features of their e' X\XU) AND SOr llJ nLIXES:
: i
ies. Its: streets are straight and well tiunos upon these oc-cas-ion being t1:I' : Direct kept; its drainage is excellent and pro\ah'iicc of white dresses and the -
and Providence and all eastern
there is an ample supply of pure water. gaudy turhan worn by the wo'!!"-)
There is a big; drjdock in the harbor! Somo of the soon; women are decidedly !. : at'(h.irhton both ways.

and substantial and commodious coal coinelami display considerahh'taste i! SAILING,
mnrt From
ufllogau Street,Jacksonville.
docks and \\haiK The old West Indian in their jrowuiiii; and PITMHM'doconition '; ----. --
method of coalingesseK however ( ; ST. .IOIIVS IllVril LIXE.

still prevails the natives carrying Next to St Tlioma and about halfits [ ; IH.BVRY Ltd I

the coal on to the ships in baskets. size i i- the island of St. John, ten Jac Usoui iSle and Sanford.

The products of !St. Thomas as of the mile' di .I:1I1t. St. Croix or Santa ("1'117. : Frauds, lcnfurtlDeLand), Blue Springs and other
other islands of the ;:I'OUp. are sugar, Is the I.trsrej-t of the three Slandv It : t t ." rher.
ofToe and indigo, which :cultivated i is located about r.u mites south of Si ; : ." l'.u'"r.V.. ,\. Sn\\\, i U appointed to sail as follows:
large plantations. The planters are Thomas It is also conn-dedly tin- : : Sundays.. Tuesdays and Thursdays. ,
'rpris< 9:30 a. Mondays, !
k Tollmen, Frenchmen, Danes and most fertile of the srrotip. Put as has i tF Wednesdays and Fridays.

't ?. "ericans, and the plantations are been said. St. Thoma is the Post riterestniu \ : :' : \ SCHEDULE. Northbound. I
'ducted on linesillljII') to those fold and vatnal.utti! fm'nbllt'- Kead up. i
t ----wJaeltsinville.----______________Arrives 00 i
by our own planter ill the south the plinl' paln'I"oll for their purehaseb : __ -- ____Palatka____ .1 I.ui.i. 8 am '
re' h-- --- 00
fi the civil war. There is not how- \ the United states.Uepfeselltatives : ___-Astor---------------------------- :. pm !
teacb _< slavery on these islands as all ( of the Ko\erniaent : _______fet Fran -is____._ .____ 230 100 pm ;
riv \ emancipated 15 years prior and tourists have made such favorable ____ (IeLaud)____._ 12 00 11'11 pm !
period.. e were ____-__Dlue Springs----------------------- "
) \ vii emancipation act. The best reports and tominents that the sentiment ____ -- _Sanford -------______ 11 9 00 00 am
Mr. J$ 3hre\aiK and there are only 30 in diplomatic( circles in this ciiV -EnterpriM'---------------:. .__ _.-_ 930am amjirmr
in town employed in the town of is favotable! > the proposal that t'.e!
home his r.gon n.ualie T.O soldiers on the": I ;n..III.rIf4: a' possession, of Agent, Titusville, Florida. \

for some guests whom tie ipiiomas to care for th' I';:, \s I'IIII. and it Office, 204 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
for awhile. Is carfi. if ,
i entertain uutuse this tJee any opposition F. si. IRONMONGER:
jr., F. P. A.
a. Sal most interest > S jV.f hen time for nu.u] York. '
ante E. Bullgday ew 204 \\{'-,t Bay St., Ja.-ksoiiTillet Fla.
aftern cored I mething overspent .,g>' -j, S T t _--(This sentiment b : JNO. L. HOWARD, Superintendent,

\ her v arth an vas a Span i/' ,rye Kina'" e?,7'jJified indorsernsioD : : (' Fla.\\M. I", CL\IJK Foot Hogan& co'Street Jacksonville, Fla.
are or was thej" : ro-
IllO rt #; + : General Agents,
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j'E.:. : r eEli GAIN [fOrm URICANS.4 thing whisky must or Imported Even whether agriculturehas i It'be I THE r ORIENTAL'J OijIlOOK. $500,000,000."There Is room In new for enterprises the Investment hi the of TWO hundred bushels .. .. .'

been neglected In the mad, rush for
Will' Boom ,After the efrhaaWar'Is' Philippines. One-fifth of this sum Potatoes remj.e:
9: Over.- wealth. Legitimate!' business has beenabandoned What Former Minister Barrett, Says of might be put In railroads. Sugar, f

for speculation and com the Far East. hemp tobacco, rice cocoanuts I of actual*' Potash
Special mercial coffee eighty pounds
Correspondence of THE STAB. honesty has been
conspicuousfor Special Correspondence of THE STAB. vanilla beans, spices fruits and a large
q ti1 CAPE' : Its absence. There will be h altb- from the soil. thousand .
ToW, Dec. 17. -Wbichever ler condition a NEW YORK. Jan. 16.-"Wbile In Slam. variety of other products can be profit- Oae J

t' ,way the war turns out, America Will of affairs after the war said former United States Minister ably raised. Gold silver,' copper, tin, '
and Americans of fertilizer
be the gainer.! In a ,business way. If, make profitable will use be of In their position to John Barrett recently "I had many opportunities -i iron and soft and hard coal are foundIn pounds a con- t

.: England wins, no end of American mar advantages. CECIL peculiar HOYT. to visit all parts of Asia. I the |Islands. The climate Is far better taining 8% "actual" Potash .

: chinery will be needed In the TransvaaL have been in China. Japan. Siberia. than It has been represented. Near .

:-. and if the Boers win substantially -- A Thousand Tongues Jam Borneo, Korea India, and the Manila are high: mountains and I have will supply just the'amount .{
QO doubt that many hotels hospitals.
he'sam" business will be assured. Could not express the rapture of AnnieE "
barracks and sanitariums'will" there be needed. If there is a deiciency -
Boer of 1125 Howard St., Philadelphia ;;y.
victory will not mean relapse Springer, erected." WILUAM .

Into primitive civilization. The rugged King's New Pa.,Discovery when she for found Consumptionhad that Dr. '---,. -----,- of Potash there will Jbe : '. .i

Ji..... I Dutchmen. vrlll .be ambitious to take completely cured her of a hacking AS Women as Well as Men a falling-offin the .." /1.

. :, theirs place among the nations -of the cough that for many years had made lifea crop. .

i earth. burden. All other remedies and doctors Are Made Miserable by We have some valuable t : ".

The has could give her no help, but she of '
'!"', war caused a suspension of says ;
'! ;. mining operations in South Africa, but this royal cure: "It soon removed the Kidney Trouble. books telling about composi- -.-" f

; the pain in my chest, and I can now sleep
: loss of
temporary trade Is more Im
....<:. aginary than real. The soundly, something I can scarcely rern m- ion, use and value of fertilizers ,1
f>>" T demand her doing before. I feel like sounding r-3, r Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages A 1 *
for Iron and steel :
products In its Yraist's throughout the universe. :owill and lessens ambition; beauty,vigor for various crops. They are. '
the United States and Great Britain who tries Dr. King's XewDiscovery '/ : and cheerfulness soon p .a.

,..' and Germany keeps the foundries of } for any trouble of the throat, c-f 1L'-t: disappear when the kid- sent free. t\ r

the world busy, and if there were now chest or lungs. Price 50c.; and $1. Trial neys are out of orderor GERMAN KALI :
demand bottles free at B. II. Wilson & Son's drug WORKS. & .
3. any in South Africa it could diseased. 93 Nassau St.,1 New "'qrL' r'* -
:, "j. not be supplied It I Is not unlikely that store. Every bottle guaranteed. 5 Kidney trouble has **, f"

.), .the mining section of this continent \ become so prevalent :i

will again want iron and steel when that it is not uncommon
the On the Grldlrou t for a child to be born National Bank of. '
rest of the world I fa once more confronted >
4t ,. t, \ % afflicted with weak kid- .
an' overproduction I1
t neys. If the child urinates -

Americans have already made fortunesIn T' too often, if the

mechanical supplies and wealthI urine scalds the flesh or if, when. the child the State of Florida .

I awaits many more, provided they keep .lily t'. reaches an age when it *should be able to ,

out speculation In mining schemes. control the passage, it is yet afflicted with "

; Up to the time of the declaration of Nrp bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of .

'' war 90 per cent of the mining machinery : .4..MV the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first STATE AND CITY DEPOSITARY, '
it v'li step should be towards the treatment of .
at the gold and diamond mines was r .

of American manufacture. An event these trouble important is due to organs. This unpleasant JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. .*
h a diseased condition of the ,
greater percentage of agricultural im r r. .
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as '
plements came from America. Vehicles most people suppose. "
I of all kinds were American, and Women as well as men are made miserable -

p not so long ago the mule propelled cars with kidney and bladder trouble, Capital $100,000.

along Dutoitspan road. hi {berley. GATE TOWER NEAR PEKING, WHERE A RAIL- and .both need the same great remedy. \ .

bore the Inscription. "Broadwan From ROAD STATION WILL BE LOCATED. The mild and the! immediate effect of
'& Central ; fir.. Swamp-Root is soon Yealized. It is sold j << v
f Battery to Park"-relics of the Philippines. China is an interesting
by druggists, in f 7V
fifty- *
days of horse cars on Broadway. country. The population Is' at least cent and one dollar '' Accounts of Firms, Banks arid T

American liquors, such as beer and 300000000. and probably 350.000,000 is sizes. You may have a

whisky, American clothing, American a more correct estimate. I have met a sample bottle by mail Individuals Solicited; '

wagons and American hardware have number of the leading men of the na free also pamphlet tell Home of swamp-noot '
: ,""' ,, tion. When received by Li Hung ing all about it, including many of the ..-- .

Chang, he asked me if I was 50 years thousands of testimonial letters received .

The Little One-I'm a back. old. Considering my age this would from sufferers coved In writing Dr. Kilmer OFFICERS: .

+ The Tall ODl'- I'm a he'f: back. not have been flattering In our own & Co., Binghamton, N. y, be sure and HENRY B. TOMPKINS, President.E. .

,f The Little I nl'-II'm! The half seemsto country, but I afterward learned that mention this paper. I T. SHUBEICK, Vice-President. '

be greater than the whole.-Judy. the wily statesman intended the ribs P. DEXHAM, Cashier.. t
'. queryas AMES I). BAKEK. Assistant'Cashier..
a compliment. He intended to infer n

Robbed the Grate. .
surprise that one so young should represent DIRECTORS : i

A startling incident of which )Ir. John I the United, States in such an .
Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the subject, important position J
I. is narrated by him as follows: "I was "I have also mot Sueng, who is at the Taos. P. DE-UIUXI, Ricu'D'McLACGHiix, '

in a moat dreadful condition. My( skin head of the Chinese railroads. He is 11'. .\. HALLOW,' WM H BAKER .
was almost yellow, sunken I HESEV B. TOMPKISS. -
eyes tongue Z
of the ablest and
oue wealthiest in
coated, pain continually in back and men .. .. .
China and is worth least ----
sides $30,000,000.It ---- ---- ---
no appetite-gradually growing '
TI I yip 7 weaker day by day. Three "phjssirian- is his belief that his country is destined 7PJlfA Cotton ancMJnen =

had given me up. Fortunately a friend I to have a railroad system second -

advised trying 'Klectrif Bitter?,' and to only to that of the United States.

my great joy and surprise, the tint bottle] Kang Yu Wei. the Chinese reformer, .Netting ;.

# : made a decided improvement.} I continued who it will be remembered, was compelled -

their use for threetcks, and am I to !leave his native country believes

i now a well man. I know they an'llIllY .
in the future of China, but :
life, and robbed the )grave of another: vic Woman
claims! that she must be freed from the x 1
p I tim. No one should fail to try them. Knows }
Only iip0 cents, guaranteed, at B. II. Wil- domination of certain politicians. lie Only '

tj)1l & Son's drug store. ;5 wishes of course, that China should be what suffering from falling of the Fishing Tackle
turned over to the reform party. The womb, whites, painful or
menses, or any disease of the distinctly
All but the I'ublit. present Chinese minister at Washington feminine organs is>. A man tn y syrarathue Superior'quaHty Linen Gill

i is another capable man. He believes or pity but he can not know the Netting made from Knox's
agon-- s she goes tl. oufth-the terrible '
that China is abundantly able to 6ufftnng, so patiently borne, which Scotcl/Xhread., .
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iL : robs her of beauty, hope and happi-
take care of herself if outside pow nebs. Yet this suffering really is :';nuples, and estimates cheerfully furnished.

alit '+ IR ( a1IV ers will only let her alone. needless. Corks.. .,, Leads, Lines etc. J

"Marquis Ho is doubtless the ahleststatl'smau
: in Japan. He bays that the ,

. Japanese empire has a great future Manufacturers, t

AVEXUK OK GUM TKEKS IS PKETOUIA. herself and that she will always exerta 'Vine 01 CONIIJJ( 121 South St., BALTIMORE. MD. i

imiuenct iu the far
nil been favorites in South Africa. strong cast ----
'! is also of the opinion that there will beno
I Then too, .Americans themselves have I will Danish it This medicinecures "
gi-tit war i in the immediate future USE
tn'atl'lln American is the all femalediseases"quick- EDREW

.' imutical head of the De Beers diamond I ia A.-ia.:; and the different nations will ly permanently.. It does away -- i
I' work out their sahutiou."Y .
o\vii with
mines. \American was formerly the ph\iical etanur _
i hile! stationed; l in :Siam I visited ,
"I state mining engineer in the Transvaal l t tN4 mr.oiis. treatment may be -
,. the Philippines and made a thorough ta.v-'i: at home. There is not continual .
I and fully uuc-half of the mine .
study of conditions in that group. In expense and trouble. The SENT FOR
managers at tins Witwatersraud gold sufferer is cured and {
private coa\eisatiuuj stays curt LE l' -I
I /A > antll'cruuallt't- CATALOGUE.THE : .
P mines are America \V inu of Cardufk becoming the '
ters and in frequent made
,/ i There has been much talk about the reports to leading remedy for all troubles of
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our nt statedears -
before .
, i auuihilaliou of the Boers. Most peo coviTiii.u this class. It costs but'51; from any
I w> ihoucht! of lighting: ; Spain that iu H. & W. .. DREWCOMPANY '
ple predict English victory f iu
proportion; to size anti the ..!
} population advice in
cases .0.
the present struggle, but the Boers P.I
I'hiiijtpiuurius::>c will secure terms which will not be of AMU mariety and extent ofgreat "L.llioshi..ory Department," I iAGnsCNltue, l A i. K ; -:
wholly disadvantageous. They hag "What of did
sort a reception journew staple products au all l' :! (( awaiting development, to- .
including their antagonists. yesterday: 'T ?I It's. ('.J. WEsT,
'ii.i r with condition favorable to I ii":5U"rt : Nastvtile,Term.,
Beautiful Pretoria, with its shaded "Oh the'This woldeacretcmee>U >" i "
magnificent Only publicdidn't !
: of a large; population. tu DC ,a every house where there are girls H.: A.
: streets and picturesque scenery, will bone e take ." and /' HODGES
seem to very kindly to it.I1eitere uou.cnHodgson
I "When I went about the island;, the -. :
of the most attractive and flourishing Welt.
fact which impressed me most: was
cities i in the world. ? Salsuuia High; Fla.; .
opening of the Philippine to the comr..nrc" -

The ;greatest drawback to Pretoriais I want to let the people \\Ito MilFer, from of the \\oild. I recall when Bros. Dealer in and Manufacturers -

t its railroad connection, anti that is rheumatism i and M-iatk-.X k lIHthat ( holl- standing; with General Blanco then theiroveruor k

the case with the rest of the Trans berlain's Pain Balm relieved me after a VKU.OW: II
; general; during; a review ofSpanish :
vaal. The railways of South Africaare number of other medicine., i and a doctor la In \ I. AM 1' i'ii :'
4 troops in progress; ou the Lu- ...:
the slowest aud most uncertain of had failed.\ It is the be.-t liniment I have
lu-ta that\ he remarked that it was fortunate MLIt'Ii.1TS... VegetabLllMBER'
known J. .
any in the world. The Boer does not ever of \ hudeu..Upharcto : -
ta, (ia Thon;and-5 have been cured of for Spain anti the Culled States: Fruit and _
want to travel fast and objects als :
.y.; rheumatism by tin n''thOll application !i that v.e were always at peace. Ho Eau Gallie, Flat

to others traveling fast. Prom an relieve the pain. For sale by 1 P.. said this as he ;gazed with admiration

4' : American standpoint to travel 220 I II. Wilson & Son.: upon the seemingly; strong; body of Estimates furnished for

t l miles in two days is not much of a Spanish soldiery: passing. Dry Goods Clothing lumber I to Le delivered at complete bills f .
-- ---- any point on th'.
; that East Coast.U .
.. feat in railroading, but to corer "The island of Luzon is about thesizl'
; A HrUliiint Couple.Then '-- -
distance by rail ItS hours is a marvelous stooTS "I>> siior.s -
oft'W York
state, anti the Philippine ,
the minuter and his fllI-O
Spanish ;;
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thing in the Transvaal. It i i-3 M1
l' '' !llil'I' l'll1 wife drive out ia Wahim-: : ;group\ bas a population} of S.UOO.- sil aU\\.un:, ( Ito'CHLS -
related that most Boers make theirJ UUU't.h J
> which
tou. the.\' attract little attention. ra. is the same size
.. \, wills before going ou a railroad journey They drive in no a< Luzon, "1I( ( orts a population of -'IJ.- '.il\TN .\\1): OILS RTC' ]Jelltist.Ilike .
a handsomely
: aud it is not to be marveled at, very appointed oxnu'Hj. ' figures ( -residence; first dour south of tf '
: show the immense '+
h'am LauiK hII' hartei.
: : victoria and the men on the ; county jail.
Transvaal Only flat
for the ordinary locomotive class work, 7
growth which must i iu ,
box are in very light liveries with come -- -- --- at greatly reduced prices.
i' leaves the tracks about once :an hour.
time to the Philippines.
'q There Is a tradition among railroaders brilliant scarlet cockades iu their hats. -- --- -- - ----.. --- .. -- -- TITV.sVILLK.h -- : ___ __ _FLORIDA._ *J s
The duke is fair and the duches*
t on the notorious Biera railroad thatan very Ladies-For relief of women, ( 'heater's A Racing Yacht r Good :>ewg.
decided brunette and
a make
especially careful and skillful engineer : avery Tang Tablets! worth their weight; iigold. Take no more medicine for
hands: me couple. They are great chill* i
once performed the remarkable : A "s-afe and certain month'I'IU- -ir Dr. Chill ,
Pad. fell '
friends Admiral and If it ,
Mrs. Dewey lator. Mailed f.OO ,
feat of running; his locomotive over receipt price, I'mt't will refund V .,
the entire length of the line without its MUKtlcs CURE Cu., Atlanta, tit171NTEIHonest ,. I I'r. King Chill) Pad not onlv money*W *,'*

)' "":spenen'e is the nee. Te.ither." cures!; dull SHlO.ilOO) ov'
leaving the rails but .U! imes. $50 to back 1
man or wonrtu to trot
Peace must come sooner or later We must be willing to learn from the eperieme s- el tr lame huu>e: salary ti3 monthly] alltl"t' A sire preventative .t' '
of other people. Every tcatinioni.11in : 11 lh orFrrl:! !'t does riot ket .
America will the reward anti expenses with increase position then'mall
c I and then :
reap <# .
of Hood's is the l f ... '
favor Sarsaparilla ruce i> include self-addressed von one on: p> -- , A of British asruression and Boer :"stub experience to you, and it is your duty, if your MANAtiEIi, 330 Caxton stamped bid;., ,,teEKS'? ,. lot, Th<- UK. KIXtH '""B., '!\
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bornness. South Africa will needmuch blood is impure and your health failinz to Chiei.u..n i rt j '5 fur Phi. IVnn : .
; ectorJ',
mining machinery corrugated take this medicine You Barr every ft':<<,, building! a Uunmbuild. t'ttF .e'an -"C" / f
/ to expect: that it will do for you what it lw: > u ci-t, 1'1111I1'1-\ Pi, /a. % ..
Iron houses, clothing underwear nails in every county in thi- United tnvDtiottiug thisSubscription l'q'l'r. fdL iSh J h : YJpen ui ,4'iey
done for others It is the best medicine Uannager :
hats-in fact, everything that a human money >iatito handle the best paying 'boat ::ati::: a 7 ea *s I
/ can buy. price ,it it te. &fO"i ..III ... > j Legitimate, reliable to.
being needs will be wanted.. South Africa busine s nee ..', ./ .. II
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Hood's Pills are non-irritating, mild effec \ddre-s Pep Appliance ; ; c: I ,
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