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The Florida star.
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Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
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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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lf f l f : Ir conservative roads George which J. Gould his manner father manages' and left avoids him the..In rail the a- Twenty Liver Pills Years keep Proof.Tutt's the bow. Southern... .... ). )j' "'; : <-&JJ f ,

,; ,' plunges which made .his parent a picturesque :: <;;" '
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character In ,
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s% UNITED CONTROLLED STATES;BY TRANSPORTATION ELEVEN MEN history., The principal Gould roads the system of all impurities An .A Railway. ,' ..: if.- :
are the Missouri
Pacific, the Wabash "
the St. Louis Southwestern and the absolute cure for sick headache .

Bow Owner* of Big 'S.tem. Hare International and Great Northern. The dyspepsia sour stomach con DIRECT LINE==QUICK TInE J < !

Become Stockholder of Goulds
Their Com- have, comparatively small Interests -
and kindred,diseases. -TO- ; <
petitora and Connection mmu In the eastern lines. '. .. I '"

.JIlt}" of Ownership. Messrs. Schlff and Speyer are representatives "Can't do without them"R. WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, ;' "'

respectively of the banking
[Special '
I CHICAGO Jan.; 29.-Eleven men. now houses of Kuhn, Loeb & Co. and Speyer P. Smith, Chilesburg, Va. ,NEW YORK, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, ATLANTA .

& Co. of New York which are rivals MEMPHIS. CHATTANOOGA -
control practically all the railroads In BIRMINGHAM, ,
In size and strength to the famous'11m writes I don't know how I could
the United States. Under the fascinating CITY
scheme of community of J. P. Morgan & Co. do without them. I have had ,

ownership GEORGE EDWABM. and all Points East and West.' .,
the principal stockholders In each great Liver disease for over twenty "

group of roads have become minor B. R. Wilson &Son guarantee bottle
f stockholders' In the others, which Is of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy anc years. Am now entirely cured.Tutt's NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS ; ,.: (

supposed to secure amiable will refund the money to anyone who is :' '..'
personal relationship Liver Pills
'::'I not satisfied after using two-thirds of the The New York and Florida Express,
and,prevent the secret Irregularities contents. This is the best remedy in the Via Savannah and Charlotte,N.G-

which have baffled the magnates world for la grippe,coughs, colds croup The New York and Florida Limited

for a quarter of a century. and whooping cough and is pleasant and They had wounded a deer and were ) : ..,
safe to take. It tendency Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. Q. ,
The railway oligarchy which now prevents any pursuing their game when Mr. Snider '
The United States Fast Mail
of a cold to result in pneumonia. ,
seems to ,be practically absolut Is observed a white vapor rising out of Via Savannah and Charlotte N. 0* "

made up of William K. Vanderbilt J. the ground. He paused in the chase

Plerpont Morgan Alexander J. Cas-, mf ijf [8.A 8. and tied a red handkerchief-on a tree The Cincinnati and Florida. Limited, Via Jesvp
near the spot. He then resumed the *
satt E. H. Harriman, the two Rockefellers .r
pursuit of the deer. When they returned
James J. Hill, George J. Gould, Very Systematic Study of Underground the existence of the cave was Through Vestibuled Trains--PuIIman Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars* ?

Collls P. Huntington, Jacob H. Schlff Formations. made known. Through Coaches--Elegant Dining Cars. '

and James Speyer. Less than half of [Special Correspondence.: ] There is a bit of tragedy connected ,

these gentlemen hold railway positions MAXITOU. Colo., Jan. 29.-A society with the history of the Grand caverns. BETTER TIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFORE .

of more prominence than modest di has been organized in Paris to study When the discoverers first entered their

rectorships. Cassatt and Hill are In cave formations. Its members will blackness, they walked about in fear ..
Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Cincinnati
active charge of the systems which visit and explore caves in all parts of and trembling. Perhaps they thought
they control, and Huntington Is active the O., Via Asheville N. C., and Knozville, Through
the world. They hope their pursuit a wild and hungry bear made "
or Inactive as best suits his Inclination will become as popular as mountain place his home, but no living thing "THE LAND OF THE SKY.
or convenience. The others are simply climbing. As a result our knowledge was encountered by the invaders. Instead

the men behind -a 'regiment of presidents of this subject should be incr<,asl'd. the skeleton of a human form Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated in connection with, .>

who do as they are told or lose Perhaps we shall become better acquainted and near by the remains of two wolves the Plant System from Jacksonville t.For t.

4 their Jobs.William. with the- beauties and wonders were found. Investigation makes it

K. Is the latest and greatest of our American caves. certain that the bones were those of Bates, Schedules and Information,call on or address ,

of the Vanderbllts. He dominates the The Grand caverns of Manitou art' an Indian maiden. Beads and other A. GIRARDEAU T. P. A., or W. T. COSBY, T. P. A., '..I'

-'I New York Central, Lake Shore, Michigan famous. They are located near liI': feminine ornaments still clung to the 212 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla. '

Central, Big Four Lake Erie and Ute pass and are about two miles fro.n decaying skeleton. Whether the wolves RANDALL CLIFTON District Passenger Agent, Savannah, Ga. j

Western Chicago and Northwestern this city. When examining them. 'ari! destroyed the poor girl as she sought J. M. GULP. W. A. TURK, S. H. HARD WICK, .".
e and several other roads which have shelter from wintry winds we do not Traffic Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt, AssL Gene Pass. Art, '4
Washington, D. a Washington, D. a Atlanta, Oa
<;;.: come Into his fold by way of the bar know. She may have been buried therein f

counter. the belief that her would fi
gain sepulcher ..at1lI bars been cnSerer from conltlpaUoa.
I bare used Rlpani Titrates with f o much a great .. y,
Morgan controls mote miles of rail never be disturbed. factlon that I can cheerfully recommend tt>em. foro\'er She years. ,,\J.lDg gave me any relief.My .
troubled for about three yean with feet and lega end abdomen were bloated 10
road than other man In the world. WILLIAM IJ. BRITTOX.
what I called bilious attack coming on regularly I c nld not wear shoes on my feet and only a IOOMd'
His specialty is the reorganization of once a week. Was told by different physicians .*. I taw Klpana Tabuiea advertised In oar
51 ; bankrupt properties. Magnified a milllonfold A Powder Mill Explol-lon that It wai caused by bad teeth, of which Iliad a. ..j paper,bought, some and took them as direct
Removes thins in sight FO do MveraL I had the teeth extracted but the at. .0::. Hare" taken thee about three weeks and there .
every ;
i he has the faculties of the lack continued. I had leen advertisements of la such a charge: I am not constipated any mort
} successful junk dealer or the renovater drastic mineral pills, but both are mitrhty Kipang Tabules In all the paper but had no faith and I owe it all to RIpans Tabulea. lam thirty
dangerous. Don't dynamite the delicate In them bat about liz weeks since a friend Induced seven years old, have no occupation only my
t : of secondhand clothes. His dominion i machinery of 3'onr'body with calomel, me to try them. Have taken but two of the boueehold duties and nursing my sick husband.
Includes the Southern the mall 5-cent boxes of the Tabulei and bare had Be has had tLe dropsy and I am trying Ripan
big system
if : croton oil or aloes pills, when Dr. King'sXev
BO recurrence of the attacks. Have never given a Tabulea for him. He feels lame better bat It will
Erie the Lelrish Valley, the Philadelphia Life Pills, which aregl"nllea8t\Sum- testimonial for anything before but the gnat take some time, he has been sick so long. Yot
'tii and Heading and the NortherilPacific. mer breeze, do the work perfectly. Cures amount of good which I believe has been done me may use my letter and came ai you like
by Blpans Tabules Induces me to add mine to the UlS.iltBY GORMAI CLiitt .
\ headache ("on tipation. 25c; at B.
As the representative of foreign Only many testimonial you doubtless have in your l
o shareholders he has a voice in the R. Wilson & Son's drug store. 2 pououlon now. JL I have been sn'srlnj from headaches ere
since I was a little girL I could never ride In a
management of the Pennsylvania sys Hon. George: W. Wilson, Hon. .\.. A! car or go Into a crowded
X want to Inform
tem. Mr. Morgan is also a director innumerous Carsen and L. D. Gatlean, accompanied in words of highest yon.: ttU,4f) I-... +* place wkho .t getting

t, railroads which other people by Prof. H. E. Stoekbridge and J. E. In- praise, of the benefit '"4 ';;,,.. stomach.headache ILeardaboutRipans rick at my

,. dominate and a few small- roads In frraham, third vice-president of the Florida I Kip hare ana Tabulea.derived lama from R-I-P-A-N-S 1 Tabules from an
,; East Coast railway arrived in Miami professional nurse and .4 + aunt of wine who was
:t taking them for catarrh
--- a few days ago. Messrs. Wilson, Carson In this profession a clear -
:to of ttc Btomacb. She halO
head is always needed.Rlpani W
and Gatlean were appointed by the trustees fouuJ such relic' from
does it.
of the Florida Agricultural college to After one of my cases Ifoundm 01; :; The modern standthdrcsesheadvsedm.*
;. totcks them too, and I
select twenty acres of land in Ride county }self completely I

where the college will carry on an experimental advice rundown.of Mr.Acting Geo.on Bow.the if*; ard Family Medicine ;,w. last ha'l'ebeendoIngsoslnc.October and will
citrus fruit farm. .:t they have complete
The com sr. Ph. O., 538 Newark say
mittee, accompanied by Messrs.: Ingra- Ive.,Jersey City,I took ... GJU : Cures the '"t" ly I am cured t\ headaches.:year ,
ham and Stock r lle. carefully examined Blpans Tabules with (! I ':,0 old. You are welcome
rand results.
several pieces of laud, both"north and (Kiss WIXDXII. t common every-d ar.. to use this testimonial
west from Miami. > : Hrs.J.BaooKHTa
01 :
; ill of
c; ; humanity. .
Bother was troubled -
Ladies-For relief of women, Chester'sTan8Y with heartburn and C; ",

Tablets, worth their weight in sleeplessness caused by : U seven-year-old boy
gold. A tafe and certain monthly: regu Indigestion, for a good '" ::- suffered with pains IB
lator. Mailed on receipt price, $1.00. many e&rL One day 2O his head constipation
she sur a testimonial : 1 <:] and complained of his
MUKDOCK CniE Co. Atlanta Ga. t
-- to the paper indorsing stomach. Be could not .
RIpans Tabules. She : :J. ,.- I eat like children of Msze
ROCK JOKMAT1ON6 IX MANITOU CAVERN'S.visitor determined to give them ; HARK ; do and what he

is provided with a lamp Along According Variety to In a I'u.ituKe London Stamps.journal the .relieved trial, was by their greatly use .R''WI'j......2'.....,.:.'.:...."...-.999..7999.with"> <:>' '- '" .> did< eat him.did Bewastbla not agre*

narrow and hoarded passage and now takes the an i of a saffron color.
leads into the vestibule of the ('n\"e. number of postage stamps now current Tabules regularly. She keeps a few cartons RIpans Reading; rome of the tett.inonliiU In fanor of
in the world is 13.811. England has Tabules In the home and says she will nut be withut Blpacs Tabules I tried them. RIpans Tabules not
The scenes here becomes weird and them. The heartburn and sleeplessness have onlY relieved but actually cured my youngster
131 and hor colonies S.S4S.: The Unit .
strange.: The lights flicker and threaten disappeared with the indigestion which wss the haTe l.sapi-carc l, b are in
ed States has only 2fiS different kinds formerly so great a burden for her. Our whole good cuu uipa c.s to leave the party in utter darkness. while the little of Salvador family take the Tabuks regularly,especially after lie Is now a red chubby,faced boy. Thlwonderful <
The women as they move about n republic A hearty meaL My mother Is fifty years of age change I attribute to Ripana Tabule
mind one of those ten Hebrew maidens finds use for as many as 272. and is enjoying the best of health and spirits; also I am *:it ie ." Mts hearty meals, an impossibility before she the cradle to old age) if taken according to directions.
\ WILLIAM ROCKEFELLER who went to seek the bridegroom only took Blpans Tabules. AKTOS H.BUCKS E. W.puc..

'1 the soft coal regions have recently the modern crowd returns to the daylight -

fallen into his net. here is no reason and loses her 'EAbTHT
none way. is for ala
r A style packet containing TEC RITAAS TABULES packtl In a paper carton (without g'.tits) now
,I however, why these side issues should The: formations in the cave are created It some drug rtores-foa FITI CESTS Thu luwvncrt <-,t .'. *LJ Lr Oe p-j-jr U.e., "..om1cal. OM
be considered seriously either by the by the slow and long continued fall o en of the flvft-eent cartons (U> laoules) can be had by cuU by BtaJiajror.jtUW cesw to the 1tIP.i.DClaJlIC'LC01Un'
,New Tork-or a smsle; c.- n21 Tsr:.=)will t*sent for HTS eeLt*
reader Mr. Morgan himself. with If they only could, ,Ko.10 Spruce Street
or of water heavily impregnated
a&J &t com* liquui storsf
rich would BiTtm TABCLM may also be had of some grooen,general Btorekee:' n av .1 *c uu
The Rockefellers have invested in lime. Many of the figures are fearfully many the \V in men wealth and lAd Baiter shops.: They lianlsb pain.Indue*tIJ.\>'aid pm'nr.w I.r.J..e gl.t. nli..l
railroads a few hundred millions made and wonderfully made. Great erase
write II in its place and
In oil. William, the younger brother stalactites hang from the roof while so change wealth into ,

of John, attends to this end of the fra on the tloor beneath are stalagmites of health. It's the saddest

ternallntl'rcsts. which include the Chicago equal size and interest. At cue place thing about riches that in Send Job Printing to The Star Olce.

Milwaukee and St. Paul the Missouri there is a pile of stones which servps in acquiring them men your

Kansas and Texas and the bal as a monument to General Grant. General often ruin their health

ance of power in the New Haven and W. T. Sherman suggested the first ami at their prime are

the Lackawauua. It Is said that they do rock.\ Soon after General McClelland doomed in a to glistering live "perkedup grief We give you Up-to Date Printing at lowest prices.Hyler's .

not intend to be active in railway man followed and since then many others
and wear a golden sorrow.
agement, but the habit of having their have lovingly added their tributes to The trouble is generally

own way. acquired in the oil business, the deall:1I'rior.. with the stomach. In the
often makes itself felt in their more The visitor is led from room to room. j wS rush for riches there's
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recent field of investment One is called the opera[ house and the been no time for regularity, no consider

E. II. Harriman is the new sun that ceiling of this room is GO feet high. ation of right focd. The stomach and

He controls the bo distinctly observed other organs of Oigestioa and nutrition
has risen in the west. Two galleries can
Illinois Central the Union Pacific the and up high, over the place become disea<' d and then begins the Dyspepsia Tablets
bitter and varied sufferings of the man
Oregon Short Line the Oregon Rail where the stage should be, is an organ. with stomach trouble."

way and Navigation company and the This instrument:: consists of a number Yet this condition can be cured. The

Chicago and Alton and is now reorganizing of slender strips like ribbon and th"y. stomach and other organs of digestion IVIIIT HIS IIKCX no.\c rou OTIIZKSCAX

;. ,. the Kansas City Tittsburg and too, are of limestone. A man take: a and nutrition can be restored to a nor m: DOM: ('on'Ol'.

Gulf. With Mr. Schiff he recently acquired small wooden stick and strike- the different mal condition of sound health. Thousands

in the Southern Pa keys of thU natural w.nidor a'ul testify that Dr. Pierce's Golden
an interest Medical Discovery the stomach Read Mr, Cox's letter Ieloonly one of thousands have on Hie in our otlice:
forth. The thing seems
music peals ;
cific.A. nourishes the nerves: and purifies )Hurdock Cure Co., Atlanta, Ga. / ,
head of the great like a harp than an or ..ln.
J. Cassatt Is more
of the the blood, that it breaks the bonds of the Grntlenun:-It K with diffidence that I write you. for I am not one who likostn find his f
:'- Pennsylvania system, which is a financial In some places the surface dyspeptic, and makes him a healthy, mine iu print, but I feel that in this it is my duty to the who sutler and my gr.tiuule to 'O'
f: rather than a monarchy cave is of a brown color, while in other what Tablets have done for Six -
;: republic happy man. No alcohol whisky or other you to write you Hyler's Dyspepsia me. months ao I lave ilL
as most railroads are. He is practical places it is pure as cQ"stal.s you intoxicant is contained in Golden Medical ip all hope of cer being w ell again. suffered horribly from uiy stomach all tlj<- tiuitat
and exerts an influence pass through the corridors you can see Discovery.I times hardly aide to get my breath. Had tried many phycians some said dyspepsia. ot>.:
and diplomatic
heart trouble others st.11l catarrh of stomach-all dosed me but none relief. I .
doctors gave
like flock of sheep was a sufferer from what the called AW
outlines that look a
second to none.C. advertised dicines I took but htill relief. A friend .
indigestion but after trying several eminent know hinv. many mt no advised Iyspei '
P. Huntington controls the South baskets of fruit, vegetables, animals physicians failed to get a cure" writes Frank ) :Mi Tablets.! Without hope I got them and U-gan taking. To *y !.urrnV tlmmediate \ .'; J
absolutely as the czar and strong resemblances to human Me'ricle P O Box 475. Independence, Jack& n .r-lll'f. and, after u4ing three boxes. I am now cured: and feel bitter th1i .': ij
Pacific as FI
ern heads. The temperature of Co" :Mo "borne of my symptoms were soreness In years. Entlot',1 find f2 (K), for which send me two boxes: want one of them forV e, a. heliestion .t
the and
includes faces
; fullness tired
The pit of stomach. feeling
does Russia. system would and the other, while; I now don need them I will always keep them in -'v house. ti .d, '
and this constipation, some times soreness extend .
the is 52) degrees, -
steamships making a cave ,
Morgan line of Tours gratefully.l 11 n.Njtk .
to bowels. Souie one recommended me to take .&"
' ) continuous line from New York to San changes neither summer nor winter. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, which I llYLEn'S DYF'lJEf L\ J'RT t' ..; '.r *-l>tciallv, prepared T) ", euSn atf I
entered the did, and after taking only a few bottles of Disvery' : .... .. ,
Francisco by of New Orleans. About 10.0UO people have Catarrh of:: tr tf"t an Headache ans PDDIr exceptr. ,;
\1 way and your '"Pleasant Pellets' can say I .,. rat't.'get l' ?: ,
James J. Hill of the Great Northern, cave in a single 'ear. ienved more benefit from them than trom any from a Disordered Stoiyler's JI G alhe 2 P. 1100.
\ \ known in the northwest as Jim, is The story of the discovery of the other medicine I e\er tried. I began to gain in Ie to 1ate..... I b.,R.. ::r
\ flesh from the start. Have recommended it to "
, \ the chief factor In the transportation Grand caverns, which took place in ,others and will continue to do so." Dyspeps TIll" I contair k3 r- ector,:

) of wheat He owns an interest in the 1SS1 is interesting.: A young man. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets do not ment..b le .. "
re il 18 e llrt )Jl.! a.
' d 't Northern Pacific, Just to be neighborly, George W. Snider by name, now of become a necessity to the system they of aU F uIf'i 'te. Croll! H tl) 11 a.ten'da\ui.. '\ unday er dOtl ;r '
Col"rtdo Springs, and a friend lave relieved of accumulations and ob RI10D11 to- J
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I.'t BREV AnD COUNTY STATE BANDo 8.F..TRA VIS'&CO.are Exclusive Wholesale Heavy rains on Saturday and Sunday.'' RODBIII$ i -: I

your business with the OldeatState Bank in Grocers and do not sell to consumers. They The country west of us is now full of water
--Brevard county. Solid and conservative. retail all other goods carry a large stock,
and can meet all competition. Thos. Trainor, Esq., of New York, is YOU tr
W.D.L.HUGHLETT, M.. D., L.T. DANIEL, visiting Mrs. S. E. BarbOur for a fpw daysS. &
tt,8.-Offices over' The ORAHA4L9.wY
Indian River THE TRAFFORD BAKEEY.-First quality I
Drug Co'sstores;the leading Drug establish Bread,made of high grade flour, sent to any E. Kirkpatrick took in the trip to ,
;r ment of the Indian'river country. address also home-made and
; never failing yeast Rockledge return via the steamer St. %VfflhIOIISIIIIIDIIOR
cakes. Ice Cream every Saturday.
Sebastian .
Stiling, Prop I
fresh bread, cakes, pies, but$,' rolls can- go TO j. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable Dukes, one of the steamer Sebastian .
dies, shipped to any point. Ice cream and Store for good, fresh and reliable goods 1
tj ices to order. Salesroom first door south of such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery I hands,' had his foot injured in the ? Will practice in State and United State I
Mrs. Hill's millinery store, DeLannoy Ave. Hats,Trunks and a full,line of Groceries. machinery on Saturday. Courts.
1 Messrs. Welles and Mitchell
I took a ran to Melbourne last week in the f l
MELBOURNE STATE BANK-Capital HODGSON BROTHERS. Dry Goods, Ship Lizzie Abstracts Of Title furnished lands
: sharpie on business. We ci ...,, l
are sure ;
000. you "
J.H. Phillips, president; E. P. Branch, Chandlery,and Shelf Hardware, Pipe and in Brevard and Dade counties.
111' cashier. The only bank on the lower river fittings, Clothing, Paints and Oils, Groceries. The county's new lighter, being built at Nobody wants it. But it comesto .
! b'}2' ", and the pineapple region of Brevard county. Marine railway steamer for charter. this point, is about finished and will be many thousands every have year.Itcomestothosewho had.

I :'':. FEE & STEWABT.-Hardware of all kinds; FORT PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.C. taken to the Sebastian river hortly. coughs and colds until the We have a large list of lands owned
:: Building materials, Furniture and House .
ill'.i+; Furnishings; Crockery and Glassware; P. PLAITS-Physician and Surgeon. ;I The high southerly winds of Wednesday throat is raw, and the lining by ourselves, and clients.
I .;3"j'- Undertakers. Agents Sterling and Crescent Calls to any point on the river promptly caused the water in the Eau Gallie to membranes of the lungs are
: bicycles. answered. Fo t Pierce Florida. fall about a foot notwithstanding the inflamed. Stop your cough Prices for Unimproied Lands :
! *'
: ::: --- when it first appears, and you
1 cent heavy rains. remove the great danger of $3.00 to $100.00

--T-- '.. lip p AND A DOWN l THE f (EAST 1 COAST.4i O 1. bus Augustine, Ohio.and They Jacksonville.stopped over in St. in Capt.Eau Gallie's McNeil,harbor of the Silver on Monday Tarpon,witha was future trouble. We have a few . per acre. <-

Owing to the inclement weather ]last party of three gentlemen from Pitts- Residence Orange Grove and Pine-
Brief Mention of Minor Matters Occurring .
Sunday the Masons failed to celebrateSt. burgh, Pa., on board. Ager'SCnerrg apple properties in desirable loca
at Onr Neighboring Town Johns with Masonic
day a sermon tions. Prices reasonable.
The Misses DuBose, Miss Perrineauand
the Episcopal church, much to the disappointment ..
5:' .., I Jf' COCOA. of, several.Mr. Mr. Wm. Campbell, of Melbourne, were .4 I __ t.t t.
in Eau Gallie last
:': j Mr. J..N. Chalker, of Lotus, was in week calling upon
., Sam A. Barfield, who has for the friends. They returned the same day. -OFFICES-
town I
: ., several months been in the
a [ past hunting TITUSVILLE and MIAMI. .1
The Ladies Aid
society of St. Johns
Mr. C. H. Walton, of Titusville, was in j everglades, is now in town shaking hands
church met at the residence of J. E. M.
town Monday.Mr. j with his old friends and looking for a ,
Hodgson on Tuesday. Miss A. Florence MEAT
Harry Cresson, of City Point, was house into which to move his family. Hodgson entertained the guests with tea )

in town Saturday. We are very pleased indeed to chron- and cake. pectoral G. F DUREN, Agent i

rode down icle the arrival of Mrs. I. C. Sloane of A '
Mr. Perry, of City Point, Mrs. Treutler, who has been indisposed 5 i'
.' his Janesville, Wis. Mrs. S. arrived Saturday ,
on for a week or so, is again: about as usual of all kinds. It
.. stops coughs
afternoon and her Sun-
Capt. McNeil returned Tuesday from son, Harry, under the able! care of Dr. Hebard, who does so because it is a soothingandhealirgremedyof Florida
day, he having stopped over a day in St.
.. his cruise to G'lbert's bar. already built up quite a practice in this great ,
Augustine.Col. section. This makes it the great G--- and ,
k Pitts, of Fort Pierce, visited our I r
Capt. and Mrs. George Huston, of Chicago est preventive to codsumption. P \\'esternIeats af
p town Thursday of last week. i Capt. McNab and First Mate Booth
arrived Monday afternoon, accom-
I -. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Demro I took a voyage in the Frolic to Melbourneand I i-
1- panied by their son, Arthur, Mrs. Hus
Put of
t f .' last Friday, the 26th, a daughter. ton's mother, Mrs. Walton, and Miss return on Tuesday. The wind being one

S Jessie Coary. Just short time before light the gentlemen were away the greater Ayer's Cherry Pectoral' of allKinds.
Mr. Wethy, the popular merchant at a part of the day. \
in I leaving Chicago they had the misfortuneto
Georgiana, was town Saturday. Plasters
over lungsA 'k
loose their household effects by fire. Mrs. H. D. Hunt entertained a party your .
visited friends in
i- Miss Julia Roberts
,. We are always glad to welcome them. of our young people last week. The par-
several this week.
Eau Gallie days
"\ ty was a surprise to Mrs. Hunt. A very
Misses Frink of were Tuesday afternoon while at work on pleasant evening whole Medical
The Coquina, was spent Prof. Dey- Library FFCS. TitusviHe. Florida.
visitors in town day last week. an addition to Mr. II. L. Ives' house, in man furnished the .
: one
. mnslC. For forscents stamps to pay post -- ---- ----
North Cocoa, Mr. A. G. Weinberg had we will send you sixteen medical
;' .FOIL.
Brown down Quite number of bouks.
Sheriff Jos. Monday a
came the painful misfortune to fall from an our citizens took in :

,. ,>:;_. from Titusville, returning Tuesday. eight foot scaffold and sprain one of his the entertainment at the Bellevue, Mel- MedIcal Advice Free A Shave and a Hair Cut .

.;,;?, After spending a few days in Sanford, ankles very badly; his left hand was also bourne, on Thursday, the 1st inst., given some We bave of the the most exclusive eminent services physiciansin of a

.,i':.> : Rev. G. M. Davidson returned home hurt, being badly lacerated. Mr. A. Z. by the Ladies Episcopal guild. A most the United States. Unusual: oppor- ...GO TO..?
tuuities anti long eminently
{:< ,;.. Friday. Dixon was also thrown down, but escaped enjoyable time was reported. fit them for frfvinz you medical I .

:;":; Mr.. Straley, of Newton, N. J., arrived with no other serious results than Mrs. C. W. McXab, Mrs. C. C. Booth, advice.In your Write case.freely You all will the receive particmars a- Canute'Barber -

t. Saturday on a visit to his brother, Dr. severe bruises. Some of Mr. W's friends Mrs. A. S. Botsford, Mrs. J. II. Smith, I> prompt Address replv.without, DR. J.cost.C.'AYER. Shop

,": '\ Straley.Mr. brought him home, and he was made as Mrs. S. K. Watts, Mrs. (T. F. Paddison Lowell Mass. ,

comfortable as possible.It and Mrs. F. E. Hatch are some of our None but experienced work- TITUSVILLE
Winslow Bisbee, of Lotus, was married ladies who iui u employed and perfntsatisfaction ,
the steamer Spartan seems that Cocoa, and some of her indulge in the exercise guaranteed....... FLORID
a passenger up on of i bicycle riding.
neighboring towns, have been having a
Saturday. ---------- J. L. CABBUTHEBS, Proprietor.
chapter of accidents. Last Friday after- Your correspondent noticed 1 quite a river Tuesday in the Lizzie. The party
in this week
, ; We were glad to see town noon the horse belonging to Mr. J. E. number of our Boys(?) kite flying this returned with some fine
: Times-Union very orangeyplant George Peoples
of the
Mr. E. W. Peabody, week. ,
Spearman became frightened at the Among the flyers were noticed specimens and pottery from the

and Citizen. freight train, and commenced plungingand little Hal Hodgson, Carlos Booth, Ed mound and other souvenirs from Merritt

Messrs. Gus Hinton and John Bryan, kicking at the crossing at Brevard Hodgson, Johnny Fergneson and othersof Island. Large numbers of wild duck wen om Gibbonbulldinp..nest TINSMITH,

of Coquina, were among the visitors in avenue. The wagon was torn all up, and the youngsters, all of whom seemed to encountered during the trip. door ruthers'to Car.barber stop rm

,. town Saturday.Mrs. Mr. Spearman got a bad fall, landing on have a most enjoyable time. Washington Ave., TITU-.VILLE, FL.

James Hatter and Miss Mamie his back and shoulders. The fall, thoughnot Mrs. S. E. Barbour, Mrs. H. Welle, BANYAN.Mercpry Tinsmithing,Roofing,Guttering and all kinds

Holmes, of City Point, were visiting in .serious, was very painful, and, in Dr. Welles, J. E. M H')'lgsun and T. went down to 43 Monday of repair work promptly attended to.

; Cocoa Saturday. consequence, Mr. S. has been laid up Trainor took a spin over to the Banana degrees Work from down the river solicited..........
with a lame shoulder.
\ We are glad to note that Mrs. J. W. -- --
.. Young orange trees and the beans are
: Packard has moved down to Cocoa again The traveling men registered at the "h'-'fY-+t _" ''';''''9'''. '
suffering from rabbit* and rat!>l.
. from City Point. Jarvis House the past week were: I. Trees

c'' Luny, Bridgeport, Conn.; 0. Bellenford, Two c'i vs, a pig and a donkey were orange
Dr. G. W. Holmes and Howard
son, George Cortelyon, K. G. Melhurry. J. lIS killed !hy the train near Bahia last week.A .
the visitors in 6i10g
Sharpes, were
town Wednesday.among Kent, L. II. )IcDani ls, P. S. Grant, Jr., part of five from the Halifax rive and Buddedon

New York; W. M. Knox, II. P.. Ciffin, called in here Saturday and staid over
! :Messrs. Willis and Bryan Cox, of Fort F. L. Jacob-: G. Taylor, Philadelphia; night. 4 and 5 year old orange roots.

Christmas, were in town fora short time (j. K. Pitzer, J. G. Ball, E. W. Peabody, Grafts 1 to 1 inch diameter to 6

one day last week. Jacksonville; C. M. II ill inrl1, Palatka; Toiho? The young folks report a fine time at feet, wtll brant-Led.
the Mr. J. T.
A. E. pound party at Stew Can the foil varieties
Miss Alice Weinberg left Saturday for Simmons, Baltimore; G. E. :Mur- last week.Joel supply wing :
Georgiana, where she is spending a few riel, Florida; A. W. Rosenfeld, Atlanta; .- 'I 1 RUBY BLOOD,
: days visiting friends. J D. Faucher! :M.: D., Chicago; 0. B. I. says the truck growers should I ST. MICHAELS.

The Misses Bellows school teachers of I Floyd, Orlando; J. J. Finsley, Lakeland; I.I I If so, there must be some I combine and form a club to club every .-.......; 'I SANFOIIII'SMEDITERRANEAN

C. L. Waren, Savannah; 0. S. Robinson, = druhurerthat foots our bean patches. Ti I .
LaGrange and Hardeeville, were pleasant trouble with its food. Well ::1 BOEXGRU'EFRCIT.
St. Louis.If J 1 strange, but prices are declining steadilyand ;
visitors in town last Saturday. 1
: babies are plump; only the jet the drummers tell us that we, u1 The best trees in the state at any price.

; Messrs. John McDonald, Geo. Sweeney you have catarrh,rheumatism,or dyspepsia sick are thin. Are sure :| the east:; coast, have the only beans. Those wanting a really fine article should
: and Jalma Lapham, of Indianola, gracedour take Hood's Sacs ariIJa and be cured as f you i order at once
thousands of others have bevu. J I
the food is all right ? ChiN
town with their presence Monday. ., KO.sA. Will be prepared for the nest sixty

r Mr. T. 11. Puckett visited Eau Gallie CITY POINT. j I dren can't help but grow ; j I :Mr. Will Frantz is at work on tile raun- days to graft to order any trees that
may he required to till orders for
and Melbourne the latter part of last Middleby: Jr., has been confined to : they must grow if their food ; ty road, taking out stumps and filling ill my old and new customers who may

week, going down Friday and returing the house for several days with a severe I nourishes them. Perhaps a holes.A want fine trees either on small or
stock. Will meet all demands
I large :
cold ants fever. I
I Sunday. : mistake was made in the :|: good many horses and buggies are to for tangerines and grapefruit. Will

Mr. Munson, who has been at Georgiana -I Mrs. J. W. Packard, who has occupiedthe I i be seen at Jensen, Eden and Ankona, rut out over l.VHX trees to these two

| for some time on a visit to his Brady! cottage for some time, movedto past and as a result the digestion j l and a good shell road must soon come. varittirs. Address

I brother, Mr. F. W. Munson, was in Cocoa Saturday.Mr. is weakened. If that i]I: Monday morning our spring turned inti o. w. CONNER.OCKLA .

town Tuesday.Mrs. and Mrs R. E. Caves and family, : is so, don't give the baby :I winter again. Old llorei's rave u* a blast! ; WAlI.\ NURSERIES,

W. McIntyre, of Eau Gallie, of Tropic, are in town, visiting )Ir. and i a lot of medicine ; just use i j r from the great plains of the fro/en north 0'0j8Z4Aiz: FI..OnIDA.
was in town several days last week visit- Mrs. J. Mathers.: I

ing Miss Clara Sanders. She returned S. I.. Pancoast, Malaga Hill, N. J., = your every-day common $ west.Mrs.: Saylor, from Allentown, Pa., together -

home Monday.J. was in town several days last week. lIe I sense and help nature a I with her daughter, Mis-s Alice, The MostComplete

J C. Gibert, of Christmas, has been in left Monday for DeLand.J. : little, and the way to do j have arrived to enjoy the winter in their t

town a day or two looking for a good 1 location E. Ingraham, :3rd vice-president of 1 it is to add half a teaspoon- J beautiful home next to Saeger nro ELECTRICALgUPPLY

in this section for his stock of : father of :Mis. Abdill IsarI
the F. E. C. Hy., stopped off at Faustina Mr. Clark, ,
hogs and cattle. Monday afternoon to see Capt. Sharpe. i jfulof i j I arrived fiom Iowa. )Irs. Abdiil is mak-

\' The orchestra having arrived st Hotel mg great improvements planting a great .
R. R. Lane of _
LaGrange, Ga., I number of trees and fancy shrub
Indian Iliver folks often find I SCOTT'S j 2S orange
our young left Tuesday for her home in that city, I in the state, .
J" t themselves, and each other, at that favorite after spending several weeks at the Hatter : berYl I
.1' and popular resort. house Our school is to have a great time soon. THEJohnson
A malequailetteis to hold forth. The :
Dr. J. 0. Si'hofield I EMULSION
of Cocoa, and a
children are preparing their piece t.) I
r act I
of friends LawCOMPANY
party came Monday in the i
speak, and a good time generally i is expected
\t Pearl and Callie, and his little son, were doctor's launch,
f spending several hours
:Mrs Abdill's l hospitable home.Hylers .
, t \ \ pleasant visitors: in town aturda '. I in town. j to the baby's food three or at 1 ,

i > '.' Mrs. Wm. Jarvis Saturday for Jack- I Middleby received a carload of protection : four times a day. The gain 1 1I I I\si-pria Tablets, pleasant, '

V k f \ sonville, where she wilt meet Dr. and I tents Monday, from Titusville, will begin the first day easy" to take, and give permanent relief.

\0. < Irs. Dub oL They all returned yesterday I which in he his will grove.use on some of the largesttrees you give it. very It seems to j ji I I a* day of pi treatment ice. fcl.CO. :Mailed on receipt Elect! cal EngineerS

as-afternoon and report an excellent time. I :\InmoC'K Ci IE Co., Atlanta, Ga. ,
I I Mr. and Mrs. A. Brady are expected correct the digestion and {

Mi) John H. Sams, of Courtenay, I down from Titusville within the next gets the baby started right I want to let the people who suffer from

\ ( town Sat-irday and Monday : week or ten days, and will make City j I rheumatism anti sciatica know that Cham- JACKSONVILLE FLA.
u4mic k re he visited the school, and I Point their future home. again. If the baby is nurs- i-Kiin'8 Pain Balm relieved me after a

rent much gratified the way things ={ ing but does not thrive, then j number of other medicines and<<1 a doctor Edison La Lande. Samson x
home lie:$\ ; .iuu lns on. The thermometer went down to :34 de- 1 1 the mother should take had failed. It i is the bet liniment I have and dry batteries for
to grees Tuesday morning. There : A. Dirt gas
for some gue ea t n was aj : : ever kncwn of.-J. :zen, Alphartt-
bbini John B. Dixon, cr ta.u.c I f... ,,., ut far have been cured of engine ignition, bell and
+ entertain fo| as as we can learn i emulsion. It will have a i f ta, CJa. Thousands
hit r edin town Thin TI. Sharpe re'Jrb'! cite done to the l rheumatism by thi remedy. One application annunciator work.
nnie ilrs. Die. k.and expect to e'fa from the McFarhJcn : vege- i good effect both upon the ] relieves"the:: pain. For sale by B.
r of the sea kins GI 'e" : mother and child. el Son. Work done in all
sp- d and fm their the > .v With \\'U n. Dr. Mitchell and | Twenty-j I I: Wilson parts of the state.

d, Silver taro in I cla .J'i Saturday after- five years proves this fact i CE3. TORIA.

jih the tie r"q ''t near Lake Win- il I Beara the _/ the Kind You Have Always Bought ELECTRIC LIGHT SUPPLIES
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r.oo druggists. |
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L 1 : SCOTT& DOWN E. Chemists New York. S Signature
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\3ss. -THEFLORIDA I cause. exoellentRepublican. financial -i An American, Not Partisan.. GENERAL DIRECTORY. .A Florida ICenlral

=: management. Very recently we William Jennings Bryan is today a :

p Entered at the postoffice at Titusvffle as found ourselves with so much surplus plain citizen, but wherever he goes he SOCIETIES, ETC. 4uI & Peninsular 1Iv

_second-class mail matter. money and with so ,little immediate attracts more attention from the masses OF TBADE-M. S. .
E1ll_ K. Wager, Editor!: and Publisher. use for it that we ur'1ieved than does the, occupant or the White Jones, president; J. SI. Dixon, treasurer; J. R1road.

the distress in financial circles" by bouse. With the opinions of such a man G. Bast;secretary. Meets second Wednesday -

e. 'PJBLISHED.EVERY other men may honestly disagree, but to night in each month at their rooms.F. "
::2 FRIDAY MORNING. Unexcelled service from Florida
anticipating discounting, and paying undertake to ignore them or him is the .. .
L k SUBSCRIPTION. & A.M.-Indian River lodge, No. 90, holds toaIlpointa.- ,
81.50 PER ANNUM; interest on our bonded indebtedness essence of folly. He is a living, pulsating, East and West.
its meetings the second and fourth Friday North
_75 CENTS FOB SIX MONTHS. .long in advance' of its ma- inspiring force of the times. He was evenings of each month at the court house.A. Two trains daily between TAMPA,

f '4 tdYertlsing Bate Famished on turity. the candidate of the Democracyfor A. Stewart, W.M.; J. Mendel Secretary. JACKSONVILLE SAVANNAH and

Application.., the pr sidency of the United States COLUMBIA, carrying PuJaian Drawing ?
-k Mr. not INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.-R. E. llims,
Speaker; am an '
expan- Cars cannectiug at CO-
during the struggle for that office in 1896, [ Room Sleeping ,
i Communications on live topics, especially the of Captain. Drill every Saturday night at with forWASHINGTON .
sionist. I deplore spirit ex i LUMBIA sleepers
', Ip. of-local interest, are solicited. Bat the editor and he polled six and a half million of 8 o'clock, at armory. over county jail -

t:. "%. reserves. the right to condense them to suit. pansion. .1 regret that this new votes'despite a campaign of falsehood. on BALTIMORE ,

f ... ;, desired.Brief items of neighborhood news always idea of extending our territory be- the one hand and desertions'from the CHURCHES. PHILADELPHIA. -

,! yondthe seas has crept into. the ranks on the other. He is one of the i EPISCOPAL CHUBCH.-Bev. B. F. Brown, and NEW YORK.

":? It must be clearly understood that neither minds of of countrymen.I foremost Americans of our day, and in Rector.Services second and fourth Sundays Also with CINCINNATI sleeper via '. .1"-
t_ THE STAR nor its editor is responsible foropinions many my welcoming him to our city the Democrats in each month at 11 a. m. and 730p.m. ASHEVILLE. .

'..rf" expressed by correspondents. fear its final consequences to our New York are honoring not only themselves Sunday school every Sunday at 9:00 a.m. ----- ,

i::. Subscribers will confers favor on THE I Republican institutions It was the but the nation which has put him i PRESBYTERIAN CHlJRCH-Rev. John A. "Dixie Flyer" Through Route between Sleeping Car > fr

t :; ( STAB if they will notify as of any failure to undoubted purpose of the founders forward as the ablest expounder of whatso Hughes, pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m.; JACKSONVILLE and ST. LOUISa '
receive their paper. of its members Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer "o
belie\'e'in and ;
i? : of this republic to plant here on many ,
meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. You are Lake City, Macon, Atlanta
for. New
York News.
striving --
I. c' Internal Revenue Law. these shores'between, the two great are ; invited to come. Chattanooga and Nashville, ','

". &. office people Making connections for KANSAS CITY, '
oceans, a government An Editor's Life Saved by Chamberlain's BAPTIST CHURCH-Preaching every second
'. t Hon. Robert W. Davis has our of the people and fo-rth Sundays morning and ev CHICAGO and all points in
a government a -
'* Cough Remedy. ening. Prayer meetings Wednesday the northwest.
thanks for every
of the
f > a copy Congressional -
; ever under the coi trol of, evening at 7:00 o'clock. Sunday school service between Jack-
During the early part of October, 1896, Through sleeping-car .'
i: J ; Record containing his speech, the people.It I contracted a bad cold which settled on every Sunday at 9:45 a. m. Also preachingfirst sonville and New Orleans via River Junction -

f;: made January 16, on the war revenue lungs and was neglected until I feared Sunday at LaGrange. All are cordially and Pensacola.
was the evident purpose ofour I my invited to attend. E. N. BELL, Pastor.
,0 act. Mr. Davis made a splen that consumption had appeared in an incipient Full information on application to any agentof
# fathers that our govern men t shouldbe I this comrany. =
stat was constantly coughingand
'p's. dfd speech on this subject, taking made free and kept free from trying to expel something which I ilETHODIST CHURCH.-Rev.J. E.Mickler, A. 0. MAcDoxif, L. A. SHIPMAX, .*
Pastor. Services first, and third Sundays in '
the stand that the internal Gen'l Pass. Agt Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agt.
revenue -
alliances could not. I became alarmed and after
foreign and foreign com : each month at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.; San-
.. 4 law, having served its purpose, Under that giving the local doctor a trial bought a day school each Sunday at 10 a. m.; Er- Notice. 1
plications. policy we bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy worth league every Sunday at 3:30 p. m.;
.' and this country being now at AH concerned take notice that six months
; 'f peace have prospered as no people ever and the result was immediate improvement Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7:30 p. after date I will, as administrator of the estate -
":4 :with all nations, the law should be prospered.: We have grown great and after I had used three bottles m.; Ladies' Aid society meets each Wednesday of Roswell A. Randall, late of Brevard

4!& > repealed and the people relieved of my lungs} were restored to their healthy at 3:00 p. m. Everybody welcome. county, Florida, deceased, present my final
and rich and But and
strong. great state.-B. S. Edwards, publisher of The account as such administrator to the Honorable
i 'f the burden of taxation. Among rich and I TOWX UIKECTORY. D. L. Gaulden, county judge of said
strong as we are, our country ReviewVyant, Ill. For sale by B. R.
.. other things he said: & Son. county, and pray for my final discharge from
:. Is yet undeveloped. We have TOWN OFFICERS. D. Penney, mayor; such administration.
fI; Mr. Chairman: Will the "war revenue M. S. Jones Jr., marshal and tax collector;
rich valleys yet untilled, mountains C. S. Schuyler, clerk and treasurer; John JOSEPH: P. BROWN,
Ii _. law" be repealed or even rea- whose treasures are yet unopened Capt. James McKay, formerly United Henry, assessor D. L Gaulden. F. A. -Los- Sheriff and as ex-officio administrator.

' : sonably modified at this session of States marshal for the southern district ley, J. M. Dixon, W. R. Knox, Jno. R. Wal- This December 15th A. D., 1S99.
;. streams that yet turn no wheel. of Florida, and now engaged in cattle export ker, councilmen. The council meets first

, I,. congress? This law was passed and Why should we turn away from the trade, has shipped to Cuba since the Tuesday in each month. PARKER'SHAIR .:

' .! approved June 13, 1898, now more course through which we have pros- close of the war with Spain, in two steamer ._. _Clause: and beaabfiei BALSAM till h&r.

; .. ff- I !thaji a year' and a halfago, and was pered and are prospering to follow the Fanita and the Highlander, about COUNTY DIKECTOinr.30UNTY ....,' ....7 0 Promote Never Tails 4 luxuriant to Restore grovth.Gray

4 intended to .meet the of 24,000 bead of rattle through Tampa and A- )* Cure Hair to its diwuei Youthful* bur Color.
emergency new and untried which lead OFFICERS.!). L Gaulden.Titus- \'. mp
ways fiOc,aDd'I 00" Drugt.ata
: a war with ijpain.Vhen it was whither know ? Punta Rassa and Miami. ville, county judge; M. Goldsmith, Titus _
we not ville A. A. Stewart
I prosecuting attorney;
jf under consideration it will be remembered I Titusville clerk circuit court J. F. Woot- 50 YEARS'
'0. : .. But, though am not an expan- $100 KKWAKD SI00. ;
i .tnat we on this side of *n,Cocoa, tax assessor; E.W. Hall.Sharpes. 5- EXPERIENCE 7
f sionist, though I deplore the, evident The readers of this paper will be pleased to tax collector: John Henry, Titusville.

'.7i : the*, chamber, protested. against. purpose of the administration learn that there i is at least one dreaded disease treasurer; J. 11. Sams, Courtenay, superintendent -
I of its features and contended that science has been able to cure in all its public instruction; J. O. Fries, Ti-
<..,: .. u t that it imposed unnecessary: burdens -I Puerto Rico integral parts of our Cure is the only po&itUe cure known to the tusville. sheriff; T. J. Cockshutt, LaGrange,
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional registration oiScer.
r" upon the people.We asserted government, and thereby possibly, disease. requires a constitutional treat-

our belief that the war Would be a and even probably, change the ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.-J R. Walker, TRADE MARKS

short one and that the bill carried acting directly upon the blood and mucous Titusville,chairman.H.Sharpe Sharpes; S DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
'q whole aim and purpose of our pa- surfaces of the system, thereby destroying Jos. Mendel, LaGrange Jno. Houston, Eau &c.
*., too much taxation for so brief ai the foundation of the disrate, and giving the J. Waller Ankona.; Anyone sending a sketch and description may _
triot fathers, I still would not for the constitution Gallie: N. Regular sessions quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an '
struggle as we were likely to have. patient strength by building up are held first flies Jay in eafrh month. invention is probably patentable. Communications
I all the world withhold from our and assisting nature: in tllling its work. --- strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents
The lamented Mr. Dingley, then The proprietors have so much t'.iith in itscurative gent free. Oldest: agency for securing patents.
bravesoldiers bleed- COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.-J. M. Dixon,
now struggling, that otter hundred Patents taken through ilunn & Co. receive
i the Republican leader of the house powers they one Titusville; S. F. Gibbs. :Melbourne special notice, without charge in the
ing, dying in the Philippines all ollara for any case that it fails to cure. Send
and the chairman of thecommittee for list of testimonials.Address. Scientific JImericau.A
possible support, moral and finan- ;. F. J. CHENEY Ct)., Toledo, 0. -Honest man or woman to trav .
t;' which reported this measure, said, cial. If ? WANTED house 65 monthly handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest eir.
we need the money derived .,2t Sold byilrujisiUN 7oc. large ; salary eolation of any scientific journal. Terms. f 3 ,.
j i in repJy: from the Hall's Family 1'ills arc the best. and expenses, with increase; position year; four months, f L. Sold by all rewsdealers.
operation of this war-rev- inclose self-addressed stamped
---- --- permanent: MUNN & CO.361 Broadwa1. New York
"nnt it is evident that the war law :MANAGER, 330 Caxton bldg.,
y upon enue to soldiers envelope.
8upportur C ..;..::_ 9 i1.-; I. : > :lL : branch Office 635 F St Washington.D.C.
r which we have entered, unless aU sign. then let the law stand. The people Bears the _/ 1ha Kind You Ka: >8 Mvavs Bought Chicago. .--
fail as I hope they is not to bi -ini-
t may will these taxes BOOK AGENTS WANTED FOB
p ply a sixty dajs affair, i is not to be f imply pay unmurmuring- I Signature .\lmilll.trator' :Soth'" the graudrat aad fiatest-itllin; bock enr publiahed,

'i a three months' affair, is not to be ly and gladly. Of All person having claims against the estate EchoesOR

a s'x months' affair, and the more earnestwe But do we need the taxes? I have of Ephrium \tlarus.late of Brevard county, Pulpit
Florida tlel't' l!etl. are hereby notified to present -
are in our preparation, the more already shown that we have more Dr. Houston'sFloating thtm to the undersigned, properly au LIVING TKUTIH FOR IIE\D A>D IIEABT.Contaming .
Mr. )IOOUest Svrmoni with 6UOTtuillinz
united we stand, the more means we provide money now in the treasury thanwe lh'utallal'tmellts thenticated within the time prescribed bylaw :stone,Incidents,1'enoail Fipcrnuces.etc.: ,u toll

for defense and offense, the more \\e 0.\ . or this notice will be pleaded in bar of D. L.
need, and it i is accumulating THE rt'l'o'erand all persons owing said estate By Moody
the with the means of
arm government
more and more day by day. It is are hereby required to make immediate payment Amwlf With a complete historyofhialife: KeY.CIi.tS.F.
carrying on this war, the shorter it will .DBNTOSNOW to me this January 1st. 11RK GOlS,Pastor of Mr Moody Chicago('huzeh for five year.
accumulating there because of the JOSEPH P. BROWN.Sheriff and aolntroductiOI1 by It.v. LYMAi ABBOTT, I).D.
be. .
...--- = --- Brand new, 600 PP.I btftfByllutmted. \crlOOtJ:: more
operation of law of Brevard c unty, Florida and ex- AGl!:. TIt! WiSTEU-Men and Vfomeu. (l:7i'elt'f: :
In point of fact, Mr. Speaker, in an extraordinary AT oth'cioadministratoroftbe estate of Ephriam immense hwett time for Agents. Send for termi
A. U. WOJtTlU>GXO* A tOn llwt&rU, spite of the fears of the distinguished made to carry on a war with a for- PALM BEACh.I F. Ad.ims. deceased.Titusville -- i,

gentlemen whose language I eign power, which war is long since: Fla Jan. 5th 1900. A $4.00 BOOK FOR rScts.

have just quoted, the war proved to over. It i is evidently not neededfor AiluunKtrator's Notice. The

be "simply a sixty days' affair," or, the suppression: of the ''insur I Indian I ( River Steamers AH persons concerned take notice that six Farmers'Encyclopedia.Every i.

rection" in the archipelago I becauseit months after date! I will present my final -4 thin:pertaining -
actual hostilities
at best, so far as __ __ 5- to the affairs
and \ouihen administrator of the '
accounts as ,,_4 of the
i are concerned, "s-imply a three is not all u. .d for that purpose.It Indian River and Bay Biscayne estate ofllarrkt L. Wilson, late of Bre\ard S :- household farm and .f

is I county, lorida, deceased, to lion. D. L stock raising. Embraces : t
months' affair" accumulating or being used to Inland Navigation Co.Operating Gauldei., county judge of said county and 4i articles on

War was formally declared on anticipate interest on government I pray to be discharged from such administra. t the horse the colt,
line of steamers between horse habits
: a .
i April 2oth, and on May 1st, Dewey bonds. Money is being piled up I }:()CKI DliK on Ixmxx UtVKK. tion. A. S.Administrator.Titusville WILSON of the horse,

paralyzed Spain and startled the in the treasury and taken out of I and WORTH I'ALM touching 1IEACH.: :at principal on LAKE laud- Fla.. Nov. 3rd, 1SK9. I F S- iii !; fruit the farm culture grasses,,

world with his unprecedented victory circulation. Are you piling it there ings between tlu.:'e points. -i--S p t t j: cattle, sheepswine,,

at Manila. On July oril Spain's because; you need it merely that Route via the Ism o\S K1VEK and :n.\ST"I SALK. li -: poultry, bees, the
Under and by virtue of a decree of fore :, -ti! tog toilet social
th.\ ish! NEW
you may l'oa.t, during the Ufe, etc,, etc. One
remaining fleet went down before approaching LAKE V0U1'iI. closure and sale entered in the circuit court V :
S )i' of the nu the of Schley and Sampson at i political! \ campaign, of for I'.revard t'ountin a cause whet in John --I '- Encyclo
, guns the The tIger accommodations ou II. Hogan is complainant and John C.WilU-ey : C'i pediasinexistence.
t Santiago. Then came the intrepid splendid financiering of the both "tt'amt'Imn' bt-en increased et al., are defendants. I will offer for sale in A large book, 8x5%

San Juan hill and the Republican party? [Applause on and tiny are well equipped for the front of the court house door at Titusville 1S-* x % inches. 636
I I charge up tourist business.steamers pages, fully illustrated
during the I legal hours of sale on the first -

surrender of the Spanish 'ifill)'. A the Democratic side.1 ] uHUIUH LI. ....ii..... .&fl....till.L c C' I..V.."1 t gn vu 1".1'fl.....S Monday in March.[ A. 1>. liHH to the highestand :.f- _--- cloth bound binding in

few days more and Miles hail marched I at n'a: "oh-uull' Krui>tiontVre estate situate in Brevard county, Florida to other books costing
across to Puerto Rico. Spain Capitulated South-Kmnd.: .. _North-bound' wit: N. W. } lfthe N E. 1 and N. i of N. E MOO. If yon desire this book send us our special
grand, hut skin eruptions rob life of, -- --'- -- --- : R E.. offer price $0.75, and $0/20 extra for : and
of N. E- 101'o't't' 13. T. 33, S. 3'J postage
and August: 12, lSUS) preliminary joy. BUt.klt'n'ornica Salve cures them; '! Head down: Read up .La1IIIIg.tits.}..:..:.... ,... ...._.... .lUllVI.....u. .._ ,1t'I"'Tl'UII.._.. ';.... I.WH'con-m_ uro triM frintowt. fha Kr- rt tn vt\n IFit ;.. rt/.' culic_ N
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in --'-- o"ve'fu'dyour
i terms of peace were agreed :il-o old running and ff\er !sorts." nicer, ''I Sebastian-_ Jan I.,. 1900. St. Sebastian over out of tin above tract the right of way factory money.return Send it and for we our will special exchange illustrated it catalogue

Our warships came to an- i,oil k:, felons, cornarts, l.ut"l'l1i -Mondays :; Wedn'sdj's of the Flotilla Ea.-t C'oa- railway company.M quoting the lowest prices on books,FREE.

upon. hum, scalds., chapped hand?, chilblains! : and : .', and (!OI.D! :MITH.Special We can save you money. Address all orders to
chor and our armies were com 1'i-vt pile cure on earth. Drives out 1)titiSand Thursdays _\xwxtJ_( jSaturdays Ma:-tt ri THE WERNER COMPANY,

halt. aches. Only 2;) cts. IH -: .. 5- Publisher 4nd Minnfictureri. Akron Ohio.
mantled to a >\ Cure I 4 II) p m Lv Uot-kkdge -Art JMH I ) a in ,
therefore that when :guaranted. Sold by B. I:. Wilson l: & son: I Ii 30 p m Lv. Eau lathe .-. : 6 30 a m [The Werner Company is thoroughly rcl bie,]-Editor,
It appears, tIi'uggit. 2 7 the 'war revenue bill" was passed __ I II ; (M am ,Lv- Jensen -Ar 7 00 pm THE BOOK OF THE YEAR."The

for which Fine Law and Literary Library. I i 10 00 a in !Lv...Jupiter -Ar _' (101' m .
the conflict we were preparing Standard Horse and Stock Book.
2 00 p_inr.. Palm ReaehLv: 10 was already half over. That J. I Alexander: of IfcLaml, has I] : : A complete pictorial Bow-legged Ghost and Other StorIes.'

\\ the final and exact terms of peace \ the law library of the late SUBJKT TH l11.\ (.t; WITHOUT XOTU'E. practical encyclopedia reference a' With an introduction ---. ::T-TIir

and ratified .India: liroome from Col. A. :\1. Thrasher, This; time table :lIoN!; the times at for horse owners. Thu America's by _' _
\ were not agreed upon ofSanford. )Ir. Alexander is now the !i iPO'I''I'Ol' which sH'alllt'r.lIta he exj-cctcd to t Look contains mauj greatest poet, ; _

J \ by the belligerents until :later date, l cf one of the I Kt law antllitt'r-I i arrive at and depart; from the levimllandings valuable hitherto unknown rtcipei 01 James Whit- $_' -
hut their arrival or depar- comb Riley. An
I i \ that peace commissions were slower ary libraries in the state.' IK a'umubt-I, tare at the tiuustaUu is not guaranteed '5- S taming, controlling illustrated volume ----S__
in coming to terms from a diplomatic ed quite a number ofauable! books during nor diKi the company hold L1 S and I'epartments educating devote of original 1

, of view than our soldiers hi* long stay in Washington as the itself rell\llIihl! l fur any jli-lay or any to horses, cattle sketches humorous, verse,
point arising tht'rl'iroIIJ. and swine.a.18Ipoultl1d
a sheep
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had been in achieving :
anil sailors S and col.
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1 victory on land and sea, makes .No lUglit To Uglineg I i placed in 1'''U on the hue care of fruit trees,eti that will not -
I eariy hi February. .5 1,200 pages, ove: disappoint thereader
Sitlle difference. The war was i overrpotoesthe The woman who is lovely in face, form iaofllustraticrs magnified ai it
with the
{ I') sword< were sheathed and and temper will always have friends, l'imersllIlIt..t: Coast railway as follows: F'k'ridaEast atsolutely the fines am and enters heretofore a new -

\ There haFriJ91I14session but one who would be attractive must and most valnatl 't
\V jtjich ceased to roar. unexplored
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keep her health. If she is weak, sickly i! ;OUTII'itll' farmers' field of humor. _
Farliiid f& : : of congress since: and all run down she will be nervous and I Leave JACKSONVILLE' a. m. talus world.17 special It; also colored cor ;' A book to be _ _

uuent1emel we heard no suggestions irritable. If she ha constipation or Arrive WJCKLElliE.--n3:3,1'. m. S. plates if yo i I read aloud and _ _ _
k.dIfor some ) desire this book, I' enjoyed among
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First of a Series of Local EntertaInments } 1
j Surveyor's Report to the Governor |
I Brief Mention of What Is On In
Going | to Be Given.A Matter of Interest That Are Happening In Favor of the Canal. now Disease Incident to Orange Tree

: : and About Tltnsville.- m concert and cake walk was given at Around Town. Spread to Different Countries. .
week THE STAR mentioned thefact
4- : Send your watches for repairs to W.M. the ': house From the Times-L'nion and Citizen.i '" """'
opera Tuesday 'night which Mr. P. S. Smith, reporter for the Mutual that the proposed canal from the upper -
Woodward, Titusville. Work guaranteed. was quite largely attended when 'it is take i Senator Perkins of
Mercantile agency, New York, arrived St. Johns leading into Indian river California has in'traduced "
; Mr. J, P Wilson received his new raci- en into consideration the affair was very in town yesterday from Miami. would be so constructed as not to injure a bill to forbid the importation .. ,

cle in 20-inch racing frame yesterday quickly arranged. Indian River band, Rev. A. C. Sirdefield] will preach at navigation on the upper St. Johns. Our of any nursery stock, plants vines, buds, \

;fi noon which he has agency for. which is now playing an excellent class Hardeevill 'and City Point next Sabbath information(| was given us by Mr. J. 0. cuttings or fruit from any foreign/ country
of music, and who acquitted themselvesso | unless subjected to rigid inspection at the ,
.Sunday services at the Presbyterian at 9:30 a. m. and 2 p. m. respectively. I Fries, our county surveyor, who has formulated ) j
creditably at Sanford last week as to port of entry. This bill emanates fr6m a -
church: Sunday school at 9:45 a very interesting report in the .l
a. m., win encomiums of praise generally, rendered Mr. E. J. Seymour arrived home Saturday of letter state which is the most wide-awake in ,
shape a to Bloxham
at 11 .
preaching a m. and at 715 m.
p. the following excellent programme: after taking orders' for the McFarland on this matter, from which the following this direction, because it has suffered

County Solicitor M. Goldsmith was Overture, Impromptu.._ ---------Dalby orange tent in Orange City and vicinity. paragraphs are taken. most from insect and fungous diseases on .),

called to Georgiana again' on eome legalbusi'ness Minerva Waltzes__......._____.______Miller Mr. W. M. Featherly, formerly of the Mr. Fries says: account of its dry salubrious climate. The '<-

,Wednesday afternoon. Two-Step, Belle of Mobile______________Zita Miami Metropolis, has gone north, and "I have examined<< the section lines and San Jose scale was unjustly named; after ; 1
The houseboat Cruiser of Miami and Waltz, Sweet Dreams-_._____-_____...KeiferTwoStep will' visit his old home in Michigan before coiners in the vicinity east and northeast that beautiful city, when really it was an. :
Happy Days In Dixie _______Mills
r a party on board, has been stopping at Waltz song In the Shadow of the- Pines-Lang returning to Miami. of Lake Washington. I found the map importation from Chili. But Chili merely t t/f

this place for several days the past week. Overture Encore________ ----..-.-.Barn ham Capt. C. F. Fischer arrived safely at very inaccurate, the lines dim and the gave it a birthplace; California dic emni-

Mr; J. E. Bowman has just placed Cake walk, Jasper Jenkins, the Cake Walk Nuevitas, Cuba, on January 25th. The corners missing. I made two lines favorable ated it over Christendom. From the .
: Coon. for such canal. Both Golden state it came to New Jersey and .
about a hundred McFarland tents over steamer Half Moon has changed | a proposed are
his trees at his Mtms grove and ,home Finale, Dixie.______.__._ ___________.______ and is now called Prochayka, probably name about< 3 1-2 miles long and which one is thence:!j among/; many other states, to .' -

place. It is very noticeable that the membersof Spanish name for Half Moon. I the best will have to be determined by amore Florida, where it has already eaten an. .. a ,
.. our band, now that they have quite careful survey. The fall by these ugly hole in the orchards of West Florida sIt '
One of the Heywood Celebrities is in ,
mastered the art of execution in their Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold divine lines would be about 19 feet. keeps breaking out in new places; it is .
town for the of
purpose arranging aer' extensive list of pieces, have given i considerable service at Jupiter Friday, Feb. 2nd, "In order to avoid a possible complaint as odious and irrepressible] as the small-
date if of their
possible one high grade at 11
a. m. and 7:30
musical entertainments.Mr. attention to the higher points p. m.; 11'awelanda injury to navigation on the St. {pox. It has damaged the reputation ofour '

in expression, tone shading and harmonizing Jensen Sunday at 10:30 a. in.; Eden at Johns river I propose to dig a very wide fruits in Europe as much as tuberculosis ;,

Geo. G. Gleason, superintendentof which are only rendered by 3:30 p. m ; Fort Pierce Monday at 7:30: canal (about 100 feet) but very shallow, and "embalmed beef" have our meats

the I. R. &. B. B. I. N. company, experienced players. They have made p.m.We making the average stage of water in ]From about 1842 to 1847 scale insects of

whose headquarters are now at Rock- wonderful improvement within the past :: are offering an all wool gents' Lake: Washington level with the bottom various kinds practically wiped out the ..,

ledge, was in town Wednesday on busi few months, and Titusvilje has just: reason half hose, Jaegers' manufacture, in of the canal. Whenever the lake, therefore orange industry in Florida; they ran their if-.
ness.We to be proud of this organization. gray a comfortable black hose, at for 25 cold and 40 cents; is at its average height,or below the course, unchecked, until finally nature "
have ah unexcelled display of When the cake walk was struck up a THE EAGLE CLOTHING STORE. fame, not a drop of water will he taken restored her system of checks and balances -

sweaters and blue flannel shirts suitable number of our young men flocked into from the St. Johns. It is only when the and the trees slowly recovered. ,.'! '
' r for outing purposes, at fie spacious hall from an adjoining room Mr. Fentress Davis has purchased the water in the river is above its average I About eight: or ten years ago the orange ..

THE EAGLE CLOTHING STORE. i to the spirited rag-time music and entered brand new Stearns bicycle that was received height that the water commences to flow )groves of California were &s near to destruction ;

We regret to learn that Mr. Wade the cake walk cont'%:t. The cosn Wednesday by E. B. Wager. It'sa in the canal) increasing the volume of from the ravages of the cottony

Jones!:, son of our esteemed citizen and tumes were all strictly negro make-up j daisy, and tips the beam at only. 21J water carried with the increasing: heightof cushion scale as were those of Florida at '

circuit judge, M. S. Jones, has been quiteill and dress. The decision of the judges pounds with road tires. Charlie Revels water in the St. Johns. a previous date; but science has made .; t

I this week. We hope to see him out finally resulted in the award of the first has just purchased a Crescent this week. "Such a canal would have the advantage such immense advancement that the natural ,

fully recovered at an early date. prize of. $3 to Messrs. Jim Greek andBert Mr. E. II. Forbush and family, of Maiden over a narrow deep canal; thai it is enemy of this scale was found in t

Mrs. F. T. Budge returned to her homein Ives, as Babe and Rosa; the second Mass., who arrived here in November easier maintained, cheaper build, less Australia and imported, and the orange; .

+ Miami on the fast train Wednesday to Ed E. Knox and Phil Wright, amount, last and have been stopping on Banana dangerous: to stock and less liable to wash. industry was rescued from impending .t .

afternoon, after having spent several very $2. river with Mr. W. C. Peterson, returned "Any objection of fishermen on the Ir.- doom. In both states, if an effective horticultural -

pleasant weeks here with her parents, The proceeds of the evening amounted home Tuesday Mr. Peterson dian river to the canal on the grounds; quarantine had existed, doubt- .A
'Capt. and Mrs. James Pritchard. to about $24, which will go toward a bringing them over in his l last Monday. that the fresh water of the St. Johns leas both could have been spared the :.. -

fund for the purchase of new uniforms. Messrs. Louis Bagger & Co. would injure the Fattiness of that stream losses of many thousands of dollars. '4-.

workmen For several has been days past engaged a large in clearing force of A series of entertainments is to he givenfor of Washington, D. C,,patent report attorneys to i is folly, as the amount of ,'salt: water contributed At this day filled the orange growers of California ."' -
this purpose. from its creeks and inlets are with apprehension lest
THE STAR that on Tuesday of last week -
the debris from Frank T. Budge'scorner ,
away the
Jan. 23rd would be amply sufficient to orange worm Moreloa
)lr. W. II. McFarland; resident overcome
Miami, preparatory to the erec- Pure Australian lamb's wool underwear a any effects of the small amount of may be introduced into that state. This .
of this place obtained valuable
,ion of a new three-story building. $2,00 $2.50 and $3.00 a
suit atTHE per patent for improvements in a protectiontent fresh water that would go into it. may well be called the leprosy of the
f; 4 The indications for a light freeze in this EAGLE CLOTHING for trees. "I find from a rough calculation i it orange, and every grower-in Florida as

vicinity last' night were very favorable, STORE. Mr. E. S. Martin of Chicago would take a daily flow of water to i its well as in California-should earnestly

but about 10 o'clock in the night the temperature Tent Protection.Mr. salesman for Messrs., E. C. DeWitt, traveling& Co., uttermost capacity (one hundred and fifty l labor: to secure a law which will effectually ; & L

stopped falling and stood the of that city, paid Titusville a business million gallons per day) fifty days to raise protect our industry.
same early this morning, viz: 34 degree W. H. McFarland returned from call his down the Indian river north of the inlet at FortPien.'e The delicacy constituted and delicious '
his trip to Sanford yesterday on way the coast. fruits of high civilization '
Enterprise and Orange foot the a ; are more subject
as high status of
The chainless is the coming wheel, DeWitt's medicines are well known and
City Monday afternoon. At the to insect and fungous diseases than .
water in the St. Johns never lasts that
nearly everyone admits that. The Crescent advertised in this section and will continue -
cassava convention he made an address long, and at the same time the Fort Pierceor those of barbarism. This is one of the a
chainless is the biggest value ever to be carried in stock here by Dr.
and gave an exhibition of his penalties of advanced culture and their .
quick ac Indian River inlet is capable of .
offered at$50;( and we are prepared to B. R. Wilson & Son. carry
tion protection tent for orange trees, rev ing off many times more water than would cultivators must contend for them more
it to at time. E. B. Wager.
prove you any eral of which he carried with him there The next meeting of the Gill>erts Bar be received by the canal, it seems ridiculous strenuously. The odious diseases, the t'

Mrs. W. U. Walker, Jr., and the baby It is to be regretted that some miscreants Yacht club will be held on :Saturday; the l l17th that the saltiness of water in the Indian ii- bubonic plague, the yelllow fever, the It>prosy .

left Tuesday afternoon for Melbourne, nearly ruined his tents on the night of t inst., when an amendment to the I. river would be hurt. of the tropics, can be fenced out of

1 where she will remain for a few days ti +i his arrival there by cutting: them. Mr.McFarland constitution will\) be considered and also "Such canal would be of vast benefit I our country only by ceaseless! vigilance at

he present at the marriage of her brother, informs us that it is highly the proposition to move the club houseto to cattle owners, greatly lessening theirloss our seaports, so with the destructive

Mr. C. F. Conkling, to :Miss: Carrie M. probably that he will have a contractto the west side of the river will be taken by floods and redeeming for cultivation pests which assail our exquisite horticultural

I Brown, which will occur next week. cover the orange} groves of the Travel up for action. All members who can attend thousands of acres of land now over products. Americans are the cleanest t;

l. An experimental citrus farm is to b lie, ers' Insurance company and those of the this meeting should be present.; flooded a greater portion of the time." most wholesome people on earth;they ,

i established in Dade county by the board Standard company. The latter hasa Mr. T. Walden, of Chicago, representing From this rough report it would seem have the inborn right to protect themselves

'>.,, of trustees of the State Agricultural college number of :groves near Citra. These the Monarch sales department of that such a canal as that proposed would I and their products against thee

[f and Boca Ratone has been selected two contracts would keep; the factory going the American Bicycle company, and 1I r. not rae as dangerous to navigation on tb vilest.

< for its location. A superintendent ha a long time into the summer mouths.When J. Werner, of New York, representing upper St. Johns as was at tint supposed, Several years ago) there was a real or r

already been employed and work com- the Featherstone department of the same and it may be that when other data has assumed crusade carried on in Germany

menced. orderinggroceries for all company, were in Titusville last Friday betn secured that the (committee of the against the insect and fungous pests
Archdeacon B. F. Brown attended the staples Fla.send We to W. J. Crayford, Titusville and Saturday to interview. B. Wager Jacksonville hoard of trade will be in a claimed to l be found American fruits.

eighth annual convocation of the Episcopal can please you. in the interest of the companies they rep I position to take a more favorable view of It was nearly as preposterous as the former
Jurisdiction of Southern resent. the project. action of the Chinese, who excluded
Missionary SPECIAL FAST I' lt)itESS. outsiders "
as "foreign devils.
Florida which convened at Orlando Mr. E. F. simple
-'- Cooley, Lansing, Midi,
i: Tuesday, January 23rd. Ili!'hop Gray Southern Kxiret!>9 Company Will Help arrived here last Friday! afternoon, as announced I MUST I5K SOLI) I I IMy fact cleaner was, American fruits and trees .

has retained Mr. Brown as one of the examining the Truck Grower, in THK fenii of last week, accompanied 1 stock of lumber and building material were than German, and always
had been
chaplains for 1900. The Southern: Express! company has by his friend, :Mr. F. To- will be sold at I'reatlJ't'lltlt'l'. d talked; too much trouble was that our people

An article in the Sunday edition of the just perfected arrangements with the railroads I- maim; also of Lansing; They started8'Hith prices in order to prepare for the openingof ; the about such' pets in

Times-Union and Citizen states that li Ir. : to operate tram of their own between in the launch \\'histlewing Wednesday my big yard in Palatka. Send me enlists newspajiers.have been Recently making further German fcci-
Florida points and eastern ride and will cruise at least far your orders.: ;: investigations
as usMiami.
T. A. Chastain (a former resident of Ti-i and the results have
The train will he made nk of Last winter Mr. (J. F. PADWSOV satisfying '
there the up :-+ ly express Cooley went as ,
tusville) will start up shortly ) as to the clean and healthful
of beviled French mirrors cars, and twirl make a schedule equaling far as Key 11 est. Eau Gallic, Fla. -
manufacture of American fruit
They now admit -
he having:; ascertained the secret of making in shed the very fastest passenger: The finest line of wheels ever offeredin | that there no danger! is to -be -
the genuine article. trains, thereby giving i ) to the truck growers '' this section can be seen on exhibition Cassava Convention. from them, and the government nppl'eht'lllt"l
of Florida market
many advantages now at the room of the Florida Cycle I has agreed to admit both
The houseboat Edna C., belonging to that have not heretofore been possible. The opera house at :Sanford was packed green and dried
Mr. Mace, of New York, was launched This service will start February 3r d, I company, comprising; the following: with hundreds of earnest l.l"a growers fruits, subject\ to tariff and simple inspec

from her long resting place, just north of and will make only seven stops between I Columbia, Orient Stearns, Rambler and! 'aI1llS0lllC of the leading women of that tion. France and Switzerland follOcdil'rman"s
I Ideal, Crescent, Monarch, Niagara Hixil'I I i" ( oridnalll'ad
the Simouson place Monday and carried Savannah and Jersey City, and I will run I with the i city when the w'a8:1conn'ntion; : w a-; this matter,
wharf the Indian Riverhotel Tribune to be added. Prices ; and now doubtless they will follow snit
around to the daily except Monday. j opened by Mr. George H. Fernald on "
I ranging from $:?j to $:jO. The most fastidious again.
where the vessel! will be rigged and 1 President :M. J. 0'Bril'n, of the Southern :! Thursday of la week.. ?
gotten in readiness for a trip down the Express company, is making tour of I taste can certainly be pleased. I The morning programme counted American fruits are good enough ilrnn'ooly

river. I! the lower east coast. It is believed th atj I j Hr. J. D. Punster representing the prayer by Rev. Charles H. Campbell, a ; there is no need to iinpoi foreign

Mr. W. L. May, of Jacksonville, who he will endeavor to make arrangements j I i Foley remedies;, of Chicago; which are I cordial address of welcome by :Mayor I I'elI.Jonrnc I trees and cuttings. If the diseases; .

has been holding the position of foreman during: his viMt to secure fait special{ express : I! pronounced! most excellent in their rea-i: \\ responded:: to by Capt. II. 1 E. : affected only the importers and their orchards _
in the mechanical department of the M Ic- train over the East Coast railway, I I pective line?, was in town las-t week and I lure, chairman, and Stephen Powers, ;!!j I and nurseries, we would give ourselves '" .r!:

Farland Fruit Protection company for to connect with the propoi-ed special I toj! remained over Sunday ere leaving for ; secretary, and music; by the Indian (tic er j little concern but they spread and

the past few weeks, returned to Jacksonvine northern points. such train was operated I; down river |>omts. The doctor is a very 1 band, of Titu\'ille. |pollute whole communities

Wednesday afternoon, where I he, lat season, and proved a loon to'i pleasant talker and entertaining gentleman ; :] i j At the afternooon session Prof. II. E.nd :. Passenger nooks Restored. .

will take up some business interests of the truck growers. I as well as a :good business man, ar j i I Stockbriil; made an admirable. ad'Ire s The

his own and push them. 'I will undoubtedly work up a good busi-j j on the culture and 1 uses of ca i'Ja"iProf. ,. roads {passenger agents of Florida rail of* 1
li The little sailboat owned by Leonard For thoroughbred poultry and poultry I' ne:-s in this state for the company he is ''I E. E. }:well, of the l"uitl'ltates d e' ;' decided met in Jacksonville Tuesday and '> '
of"all kinds write E.V; to restore the sale of l.OOO'si, \ 'I
: supplies representing. of *
Griffis was swamped off this placelon- I parttnent agriculture, gave instruction' I II j ,
1 i books all
roads .
on lie Fla. he \
furious i norther Amsden, Ormond, Fla. Owing to other pressing business in the running throng! _
day afternoon during the I } engagements I a speech on culture and uses of!:j ids the rt. )
to go into effect Febn;. ,d, .'
that was blowing then. Grittia was rescued KOTICK.The the Melbourne correspondentof ;: cassava products. .\ great number of j This is in line with ,,1* n.ei .
and Andrew THE STAR has been forced to give asked ? I
Messrs. Harry Watton up questions were and answers givenhat
by city tax books are now open at the j reached by the Florida railroad ,, %natt .
not far behind I his services to us, and as a result I by practical President \
Jackson who were j growers. F. G.
I |
court house every day, Sunday excepted, I sion and the Plant'' WISOXe cePtr. .
1 em,
him in a much larger boat. The anchorwas i from 9 to 11 a. m., and from 1 to 2 p. IU.I j place has not been represented in o ur''j Perkins' of the Lake Mary Manufacturto announced on \Ion- : .
+ thrown overboard from the little boat I M. S. JOXES, Jt;., columns for a week or so, but we hope i i j ing company, responded "'"*.:..1.1,6-"'., .0..I bly be reached :oiL Eali'Gallietji' V.T

and she capsized after she was left there.The Tax Collector. '' secure a new correspondent by next i searching practical qt;' 11b to'iia..t2, insular by .' lector \ft.
Railroaub ks
: week, so our subscribers there will p'ease'bear The Florida i :p F' I
launch Erl King, Capt. Schuylenoticed r, Agric ; ... Jbor two. To now '
anchored the Boat and Yacht Sails. in mind that we have not overlookedthem ed a constitution comVare open af rieR c .
the capsized boat F. .
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next day and for a while it was supposedthat Fit \\orkmanshipguaranteed.. Fish nor forgotten them. The circumstances 'rolled! many mom tjbd: Eau; P,ai> .i i 81. tek Irom: 's.a i'cawing.v,.. .l otty, m.,u-. !Rht!! Sunday rom 1 to e I'ty,&otl",=.. .itte. V I,

.\ Griffis was drowned, but the explanation boat sails a specialty. Send for estimate.H. I were unavoidable and we regretI 'land gave an obj jm or&Il 't ". }
BEXECKE much to lose the services of live I "' 4 rOID : -, ,
as above given soon quieted that I very our pastIl"Orn'spondt sample pt7a" 1 ya ... ,
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13 a T HE FLORIDA STAR treaty as admitting' the principal Recognize the Press.

.4. agricultural products.of,t British_ Besides cordially indorsing all of

e Entered at the postoffice at Titnsville e u West Indies free of duty, where, : the very many complimentary AA1 AEUNO

t second-class mail matter. ([as it is shown by :Mr. Taliaferro's things; which have been said of ,

Ellis- B. Water Editor and Publiaher. letter) it is only proposed to reduce Prof. McBeath, the Pensacola News .pw POWPE ,

L- PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. the duty now existing 121 percent. emphasizes the fact that a demandof i 4

on products from all the islands the state press for representationupon unLYE

.I5UBSCIJPTION.81030 PER ANNUM; except Bermuda, we are pleased to the slate for
75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS. state offices is
learn that our,senator realizes the one that the Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
managers cannot -
advertising Kate
Application.Furnished on true, : interests of his people and will afford to again ignore. Thereis aovM IAKINti IIOWQI eo",NEW roast .:.

Communications on live topics especially oppose. the ratification of the treaty, not a Democrat who has residedin

of local interest,are solicited. But the editor although it will be probably rati the state for five years or more Weekly Weather Report. E. 0. Painter and J. E.Ender will soon "-
reserves the right to condense them to snit fied by the.Republican majority. begin the erection of an ice and electric 1 t tlight
$. ', Brief items of neighborhbod news always who is not familiar with the ex U.8.DEPARTMENT OF AGBICUtTUBS WIATH- plant at Braidentown. A fertilizer
t [t will be noticed that the
desired. Britt EB BUBEAU.
and value of the services
t! rendered factory will be added.
f.fI It must be clearly understood that neither i ish government has been sharp to the party by the Democratic Comparative statement of temperatures '

, to j. THE STAB nor ita editor is responsible for enough to grant concessions on press, both before and since and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday, It has been demonstrated repeatedly in -.1
Jan. 30, 1900.
opinions expressed by correspondents. only such products as are not grownor 1876, and with the continuous and 1900 1899 every state in the Union Chamberlain'sCough and in many

: s Subscribers will confer a favor on THE produced in those islands, hence DATE. MAX. MJN. MAX. MIR. foreign countries that
STAB if they will notify us of any failure to I apparently intentional exclusionof Jan. 24. 73 58 78 67 Remedy is a certain preventive and
receive their paper. the reduction is of material benefitto newspaper men from the person- 25. 72 55 61 53 cure for croup. It has become the universal -
2665 55 74 51 for that disease. M. V.
them, while on the other hand remedy
nel of the state tickets
during the 27.? 72 51 74 59
Fisher of Liberty, W. V a., only repeats :
The Reciprocity Treaty. this government has granted as entire period of Democratic su- "" '28. 68 60 72 61 what has been said around the globe when .

We take pleasure in giving space high as 20 per cent. reduction on premacy. 29.30. 62 60 51 38 66 67 48 49 he writes: "I have used Chamberlain'sCough

to.the following letter just lately' the productions brought here from ... .. Remedy in my family for several
Total rainfall for the week..17 inch. and always with perfect success.
received M. Jones Bermuda, which are grown both Departure from the normal rainfall for the years ::
by Judge S. SOCIETY RESPONSIBLE.A We believe that it is not only the best --I
from north and south, and will have a week minus .60 inch. but that it is '
Senator_ Taliaferro, at Washington Departure from normal rainfall since Jan. cough remedy, a sure cure ,
r. i which refers to the resolu- tendency to hurt the south far more Writer Who Takes Issue With Mr.Har- 1st, 1900, plus .16 inch. for croup. It has saved the"lives of our ':;1'
HAL P. HABDIN. children a number of times. This remedy r .
than the north for the
: tions recently passed by our Titus- reason dee On Mistreatment of Women. Observer Weather Bureau. is for sale by B. R. Wilson & Son. 0

; g ville board of trade in regard to they will be marketed at about ROCKLEDGE, FLA., Feb. I, 1900. Jupiter Fla.,Jan. 30. 1900

: proposed treaty with the British the same time our productions are. Editor of The Florida Star: .
.... FOR SALE CHEAP. .i;'
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West Indies as regards importation Will you kindly permit me a small ;..

of tropical fruits and vege- Upper St. Johns. space in your excellent paper to make a Improved place in LaUrange. Three GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS,
acres pine land cleared and fenced containing
few remarks on the article"Mistreatmentof
tables to this country, for they There are millions of acres of land dwelling house, with kitchen and BUTTERICK PATTERNS
Women )
by Ir.Iont Hardee? C T
.. senator's letter throws considerable dining room detached, and storehouse.
along the of the St. Johns
a I am not seeking: to take issue with Good I :
drinking water. Also eight acres IIA WALL PAPER, ;
4J light upon the subject. It river, lying between Sanford and him in any sense, but at the same time in Turnbull hammock, four acres cleared S. T U

:,t reads as follows: the headwaters of the river, whichare while I am aware that what he says con and fenced. Above property will be sold KID GLOVES, S .

U. S. Senate, Washington, D. C., annually overflowed and made tains more truth than fiction, I must say cheap. Part cash, balance on time if de A. SHOES, V-
27th 1900. I t do not think he will lessen the evil o"f sired. Address H. A. Carlile, LaGrange. I
January worthless for farming G
pasturage or L
which he writes by laying all the blameon .
Hon. Minor S. Jones, Titusville, Fla: other purpose. With the object of the A L.
men.I R 'TRUNKS, E,
I am in receipt of the resolutions passed reclaiming these lands and fitting will say in the language of Shakespeare CASTORIAFor I D

e ; by your board of trade Jan. 18th, 1899.I them for occupancy, a few gentlemen "I dare do all that becomes a man I X MATTINGS, F

'. know of no treaties "already formulated of inteilligence, says the Sanford i who does more (or less) is none." Infants and Children. K E, FURNITURE, 'L A.

.. whereby it is contemplated to place upon Sow, I have given much thought to
J. Chronicle, conceived the idea The Kind You Have BoughtBears STOVES,
the free list the principal agricultural this same subject and I do not think that Always
products of Cuba and the British West of cutting a canal from these low
ft. Mr. Hardee is on the right track. If, as I d R. & G. CORSETS.
' -Indies." lands into the Indian river and theSignature //
f believe, his object is the betterment of
t $ There is now befoie the committee on thus opening up a vast and valuable the human race, I assert, without fear of of @

,. foreign relations a certain reciprocity area of country to settlement. successful contradiction, that the remedy ... .
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with Great Britain of which ----
treaty ( ----- --- --
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copy for the evils complained of is in the handsof
The idea is beneficial
a grand one, F 252aZ5P3752 X5ii ccmcacaca csan S Si5 Si5Q"'i
I inclose herewith which it is
;.t: ) by proposed the ladies themselves, and the society 81
J.' to reduce the tariff on certain articles alike to individual citizens and to !ladies in particular. m Correspondence Invited. I Stencils Furnished!
I C '
I produced in the islands named, and the state. They have not the most "The hand that rocks the cradle rules. ncaeccss, pnnnnnnonnee 5r

',! in return therefor give to us advantageson remote idea of interfering with the the world." I

some of the products of this! country navigation of the lower St. Johns, "From the four quarters of the earth I III

shipped to those islands. but believe it will add thousandsin they came to kiss this shrine (society)
If' The now existing duties on the articlesof this mortal breathing saint." McComb & Co.
profit annually to the
: more particular interest to Florida areas transpor- Yes, I think that "society" and its qI

follows: Citrus fruit, 1 cent per pound; tation lines. That the constructionof laws and customs are at the root of it all

fresh vegetables, 23; per cent ad valorem; the canal will drain the countryis or very nearly. The mothers of the land :

potatoes 25 cents per bushel of CO !pounds; conceded fact and when drained have I
a ; a great responsibility} and will beheld !
l' I I
onions, 40 cents per bushel; green pease, strict II BERMUDA I _
it will be of inestimable value. to a accountability by that -
't' 40 cents per bushel; sponges, 20 percent The judge who cannot be bribed or accusedof IX I''I CUBAN andSOUTHERN I:
only question to be
ad valorem; molasses, 3 cents per gallon; remaining unfairness. If the wives and daughters m !
95-100ths of 1 considered in this connection is II j: W
) sugar, cent per pound; of society would only practice their I I.
pineapples in barrels, 7 cents per cubic will the construction of the canal Godgiven prerogatives, how long does I :

,.4 I foot; pineapples in bulk, $7.00 per thou- affect navigation? Competent engineers Mr. Hardee suppose those dens of vice he

sand. can determine this matter. mentions could openly practice their f rowers' and
" The makes the following Shippers' Agents I
J'-I, proposed. treaty -- -- legalized crimes against humanity ? If I ,

Jamaica-Citrus changes: fruits THE leaders of the Republicanparty the ladies, and especially those of influence ii---. -
pineapples, cane III
were to resolve, with God's help,
sugar?, vegetables, including potatoes and at Washington, those in the m
help to put a stop to such, there wouldbe
onions, a reduction of 124 per cent of the administration and in congre the greatest reformation this world I

duty now existing. are described by a well-informed ever saw begun. Oh why will not the REFERENCE: 309 Washington St., I

Bermuda-Pofatot', onions, tomatoes, .. Commercial Agencies.
correspondent} as being undecided women see and use their Godgh i power?
I Reliable House in New York. NEW YORK
I' and other fresh't'g..ahle a reduction of Any -:-
I will ask the ladies ae
whether to have the convention at one question:
I.- 20 per cent of the duty now existing. Philadelphia advocate out-and-out If He, who is the top of judgment, L
Biirbadoes-Fruits and vegetables and eanea 52SZ o rneaoeae e e eaoeaea cacao cac=aocacacacaca.7c
should but judge) you as you are? 0,
cane sugars, a reduction of 124 percent of imperialism by declaring for the think on that; and mercy then will -- _. _

the duty now exit-ting. permanent retention of the Philippines breathe within your lips, like man new-

British GUIana-Cane sugars, fresh vegetables or to put oil definite consideration made! Hotel Indian River
and kaolin reduction of 12
. cent.Turks, a of the topic. This quotation And what of the ministers? Are they ,

per and Cairns Islands-Sponge* at areduction from the Xeue Freie Presse:; of "speaking: from housetops?" Xo, not ROCKLEDGE, FLA..
one in one hundred dares to be a Daniel" -
J of 124 per cent. Vienna, ought to help some: of Steam Heat, Electric
for fear of i their
It i is proposed in return to give us tin- them decide: Imperialism with- displaying "societyluemLers" t +5"'' :.. Lights, Elevator Orchestra -
. or from some other like course.I i I Everything

following concessions: out militarism cannot exist for any repeat, let the ladies once begin a reform First ClassCUISINE . .
,Jamaica-On yellow pine, a duty of $1 1 .illiltulllfl11111L
length of time, and who wishes one and with a shield of faith for their t
per thousand feet; present duty, 2.19.: THE FINEST
cannot do without the other." Evidently armor they will revolutionise the world.
B\'rm\1lla-Pitch l rn-in and turpentinefree
I ; pre'cntllnty, 5pertr'nt.' valorem.. those are the words of some But they must begin at home first; for i ?3 per day and upwards.
right there they must begin to (
: practice Special
weekly fates.
Bal'hadoeYt'lluw pine, $1 per thousand sage observer standing in the midst what they teai-h if they would have r
feet duty, :$::1.2G of the armed 1
; present of
Europe to.
in their
put away pro- S. PHOSKEY.IVwting. : i
e British: (Guiana Kosin, fn'l'j; presentduty and .
contemplating with half fessions.
sad In
:: plain language; we must
50 cents barrel crude

per ; tureentine
resignation the straits of live Christian lives if we would to
' free; present duty, 30 cents per gal povertyand expect Fishing: Hunting; Drives. Iiipvamong r
I'e believed in and trusted.
Ion; spirit of turpentine, free; present ht-lple&nes.s to which the cov- -- PLENTY OF ORANGES. j
)Ir. Hardee's letter in THE STAR is the attractions.
) duty, 18 cents per gallon; yellow pine, $1 1 etousnr: of their governments has
none too plain, and I think he weilds a
I per thousand fc-et; present duty, &; to 8 a.r reduced their peoples. The Chicago j
powerful pen, but I hope he will consider
Turks and Caicos Island*-Yellow pine, Journal surge>ts that it i is becoming the true source and remedy for the I
) $1 per thousand feet; present duty, $_.191; evident Every Home, School and Office should oW
to evils
r a larger number of named and hope he will cast the
. shingles, 48 cents thousand .
present talent and influence of his intellect and Webster's International ;
' duty, 1. people every day that the important WEBSTER-S \ Dictionary

'I Youill thus observe that the treaty thing about imperialism is not pen into the 1m.d's'ause; for no matter iI\ra\L\nO\u) of ENGLISH, BiographOeorrachy, Fiction. etc.

I. does not contenlplateputtiogcitm s: fruits, so much what it will do to the how intellectual a man may be, without DICTIOKWNi>.\\rTHORITY- '-:-'", r. '. ....;.r....< -', all t'.- State Si.pKiieV
I' etc., on the free list, and that such I inland, plenty of God's ;grace in his heart and t '!" I.e: I. I.. "crnmcr.t Jlr r,., : t"f\ ; :->lh'KlhouJ..",
reductions made, Philippine as what it will 1 the moral courage to speak out, he can .,;t.v i i..:.,ci.>..J ly S-t-le ,'u tn:>tcUGCIb t i :->c;4tas! CiKJ\ I'restdents, a.ul
as are some compensation do to the United States do no good. other E --
is provided in the fact that the tariff
on other important products of Florida, -- .. With charity for all. I subscribe myself, WEBSTER'S i.i 2. Vslucilc Glossary cf

, \\hichmaybe marketed in the islands:: THE result of a mistrial in the J. S. COVT' >. COLLEGIATE DICTIONARY Scotch Wct "J Phrases, WEBSTER'S ,

is materially reduced, and in instances Hewitt brothers cage '. '. .. COLLKIATE
some tried at Jacksonville A new Kn-k.tSe! -t. f t'.sr a'.r.mcr.ts! f the I un.ti i 'n- : /a'.lc vocab. J
these products are placed Hating a Great Kim on Chamberlain's ularv?complete Cehri'ti.'tis.. :J adequate etxia i i it }l..,user z .1"3C -"iJi richly DICIIQNX'(
\ upon last week for murder, i in lllustratfj. Its I'ttiK. at.. asurciwuect'.tluabktf ni.atii''::.
.1 the free list.: Cough Kerned,}. -- ,- -
which the jury failed to
\ You will see from the treaty (cop;' three agree after Manager Martin, of the Pierson drugstore ; .flrilnli loa'' {'I'? ,!)sit is..s lit ".L ,II'Jlktltil1l1.

herewith) that there are many items of: days deliberation, is a sue informs us that he is 1m'ing a great G. & C MERRIAM CO.,Publishers, Springfield Mass., U. S. A. ,
'\ general interest embraced it, to which, pri e to everyone that is at all conversant run on Chamberlain's! )!'ollh} 1t>lIl'dy. i

,j \ \ for the purposes of this letter, I have nol with} the particulars of thcase. e He sells five bottles of that medicine to --------- 1

\ referred, having. : selected only such as: While the state had only one satisfaction.of any other In ther-e kind,days and it of gives la great Agency- ..
\ ;grippe
t 1 were most rlo8eIlll'ntitied) with the in
.. circumstantial evidence to offer, it there is nothing like Clanilterlain'sCuugb: \
terests Florida.
f of was weaved together in that Remedy to stop the cough, heal up the AmericusMolluffleiltal: :::
On account of what I conceive to IK
i 6. sore throat and lunm,1: give relief wIthin -
I '.'terests of the people of Florida ]I formidable web that placed its a very short time. The falt'sar'irow-

( dil t the ratification of the treaty meshes most securely about the !tug) and all who try it are pleaded with Marble Works

I inn you know, the unqualified in- defendants showing it to have its prompt action.South Chicago Daily
t Calumet For sale l;. II. Wilson &
the and if madpy'ltusse by ;
l\t ttlef president, e been one of the most cold-blooded} I Son.

tire the Republican majorityt and AMERICUS GA.
premeditated affairs that has -- -- ,
] it, and would
m which are ('Ou ify OYSTERS OYSTERS !
home,h,. us CC'\l'\.1:\:; to our m- ever.been committed in the state All kinds ')f Monuments, all kinds of Granite I(
joint "V'. Fresh Indian river
titents ) oysters to order.
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for entertain S to e eid i e=::';10( Democrats gen es1. tion- irritable 11 when it is consid Send to Jas. A. Hussell," St. Lucie, who and Marble, and Cemetery Fencing. All work '

Vfrl it. With kinvie khlnl'tronble'lCe was offered will give you prompt attention. done in person in a satisfactory manner. Correspondence -

I :ly yours, -he warcause"pimules, b action of the solicited Represented by
Irs, D. 1tYlS I el-I.\LI.\FEIln 8(,:siO1o'Um the JlcFar11l1a DKAYING.If .
day ,.. agree upon
,ape of d the and\ a.lIet.,;;I suggestioneal of 'T\. v 'n wIth wliil'\atiahPe aSSocIates you have any draying or hauling, I C. E. C)<> S.'
lihe ? 2t : j Wingate} will do it for .,'ou. lie is i here
ado Silve"as re > now 1' tnslt, 105 Hanover St., Jitc]
lnay .1 j in the business main Onville, :F'1a.
1 tbe w ince f..,,,u .f, atng''A
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If. ,; !I 'l THE t.ZOcIAL-WHIRL this house city.being 10 this one room.of the Mr.few McLean's private ing which the aroused Spanish so war much must discussion go The dur bill The Eminent Kidneyand pOT ASH .gives to*or, '

J '.... homes thrown open to this body of wo- provides that: no person shall sell 01 Bladder Specialist.
men., give, away spirituous vinous or malt flavor and firmness to .r
It. THE GAY SIDE The bachelor senator from New Jersey liquors In any encampment or port or

Og'UFe AT THE'NA-* Mr. Kean who lives In the Fair, premises used for military purposes by all fruits. No good fruit ':
i t .SBA. .
1 TIOt'lA :CAPITAL, *.- field
Carpenter house. on Sixteenth the United States. This bill has the

street Just off Thomas circle, bids fair support of the Woman's Christian
11.' Ilk be raised without '
: inactions. More Brilliant Than Ever 'to be reckoned as one of the city's popular Temperance union and it was at the can > *-<

Before-Bill* You Don't Hear Much entertainers this winter. Mr. earnest solicitation of prominent mem : .

t' .,, %' .Abut-5fejaure.- That Die ''Young Kean has with him in Washington this bers of that organization that Representative iI7i Potash. 1/, t

," While In Committee. winter his mother and three sisters Spalding Introduced it, but '
.... ._ I Ir .
i [Special\ -i Correspondence.] and it is understood that the eldest of like those previously mentioned It will Fertilizers containing at least '

1 WASHINGTON, Jan. 30.-As was the latter. Miss Sue will preside at probably die in committee.
predicted :
this the elaborate'affairs given in the sen.ator's True to his Populistlc record and as
in correspondence some 8 to of Potash will give
home. sociations. Senator Allen of Nebraska 10, % *'.
weeks ago the social season ,In Washington 4 .
Of course Senator Depew will entertain has come to the front with a bill embodying

.,. this winter Is unusually gay. elaborately at his home at the Corcoran one of the cardinal principles[ 1 best results on all fruits. 'V rite. 1

The list of brilliant! entertainments has house, his niece, Miss Anne De- of his party's platform Mr. Allen has .-

so far exceeded that of winter for introduced bill for the establishmentof *
;. any pew Paulding. presiding. Residentsare Tie Discoverer of Swtmp-Robt" Work. la for our pamphlets, which ought :
s & great many years including balls and wondering what sort of provisionthe a postal savings department in ey- Laboratory. N

:'. .. dinners both official and diplomatic. senator Is going to make for'pedes- ery postoffice of the country whose annual Them is a disease prevailing in this to be .In farmer's library. t ,

;: In fact, the whirl has been so swift trian callers. Since the alterations receipts exceed $500. In support country most dangerous because so decep- every

that some'of the lookers on have made by the late Senator Brice there cf his measure the senator says he tive. Many sudden deaths are paused by .
f6' of it as "the pace that kills." Several appears to be no way of gaining an entrance wants to afford the persons of small it-heart disease, pneumonia, heart failureor They are sent free. :
J except through the porte co- means throughout the United States a apoplexy are often the result of kidney fa
of the leading ladies of society disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to advance
chance to withoutthe -
chere, and Mr. Depew's friends some money GERMAN KALI WORKS
1 say
to. have the : blood will attack .
already succumbed to the drafts risks involved kidney-poisoned
in [ into
that putting ordinary '
one runs the risk of being tram- -
Nassau St. New York. -
: the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves 93 # 4
that have been made .
upon them by [ banks. This proposition Is not
pled to death under the horses' feet.
break down
and waste away cell by cell. ;f
I their numerous and trying engage-, In this connection an amusing story is new to congress, for It has been Introduced Then the richness of the blood-the albumen

i' ments. Among these are Mrs. Charles recalled. One morning, shortly after and discussed in several of the -leaks out and the sufferer has Bright's tthectateofclorida
Emory Smith wife of the postmaster the alterations ordered by Mr. Brice nngresses during the past dozen years. Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.Dr. National Bank of 1 1I I

general; Mrs. Long, wife of the secre- had been effected and the original front SAMUEL HUBBABD. Ki1m r's Swamp-Root the new discovery ,
is the true specific for kidney, bladder
doorway had been bricked
of the and : up a certain
tary navy Miss Wilson. There is no better medicine for the babies and urinary troubles. It has cured thousandsof
daughter of the secretary of agricul high official, desirous of a personal than Chaml>erlain'8 Cough Remedy.Its apparently hopeless cases, affer all other

f ture. Miss Long is also on the list of Interview with Senator Brice cut pleasant taste and prompt and effectual efforts have failed. Afdruggistsinfifty-cent : ;

across Lafayette park from the war cures make it a favorite with mothers and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free

department and made a line for the and small children. It quickly curestheir by mail also a book telling about Swamp- ." .

11 J: front steps only to find himself confronted coughs and colds, preventing pneumonia Root and its wonderful cures. AddressDr. STATE AND CITY DEPOSITARY f ;- ,

i,i._.- by a dilemma. To all appearances or other serious consequences. It Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N.' Y. and. i & <
'" .. there was no possible mode of also cures croup and has been used in mention this paper.Hodgson. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.' f 4.
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'i .. : Ingress and after a hasty investigationall tens of thousands of cases without a sin- ,
,! around the distlnguish'd"Isitor gle failure so far as we have been able to j 4Capital
learn. It not only cures croup, but when Bros. "
I gave it up in despair.A *
given as soon as the croupy cough appears ,
few days later the two gentlemenmet $100,000.s=
prevent the attack. In ca*e8 -
I at a dinner party when during an of whooping rough it liquifies the tough GEXII1t.1L t i
informal chat the question of a changeof mucus, making it easier to expectorateand
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.1 entrance to the Corcoran house was [lessens the severity and frequency of .

brought up. The official related hismorning's the paroxysms of coughing, thus depriving Accounts of Firms Banks and
Eau Gallie Fla.
experience, and, after a ; that disease of all dangerous conse i .

hearty laugh over the situation, Senator quences. For sale by B. R. Wilton & Son. Individuals Solicited. .

Brice tersely explained that in Dry Goods Clothing ,
making the change he had taken It for Judge Joseph B. Wall, of the sixth judicial '. j
granted that his friends would come circuit commenced a special term If .
circuit court in .West HOOTS .IAD SHOES, OFFICERS : *
: s+ L 4'J In a carriage and not on foot. Key the first of

i Many interesting subjects of proposed -' this week, Monday, _!)th ultimo. It is a IIIRDWARE, GROCERIES, HENRY B. TOMPKINS, President. .- !

Syr.. : legislation are overlooked becauseof year since a term of circuit court was held P4LVTS AND OILS, ETC E. T. SHCBEICK, Vice-President. f ,I.
e1 the overshadowing importance of there, and naturally business lias accum THOS. P. DEXIUM, Cashier. .''ti a' I

currency, canal trust and ship subsidy ulated. Strange to say, however, thereis Steam Launch for Chartei.PROFESSIONAL '. JAMES D. BAKER Assistant Cashier. it,
not a case on the criminal docket of '
bills in congress. The majorityof DIRECTORS ; .
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these bills, of which the :any nature. it
public never CARDS.
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hears, do not get beyond the pigeon "Self ('relien'ation-- E. T. SIIUBRICK, RAYMOND D KNIGHT, .
holes of the committee rooms, thoughit KOUUISS & G1UHAM: Taos. P. DEMIAM RICH'D MCLAUGHLIN, ,1 '
Is the first law of nature For this reason W. A. UALLOAVKS, WM..H BAKER
[is not at all unlikely that of ,
everyone who is ill desires to become well. HENRY B. TOMPKINS.
them deal with questions upon which Those who have impure or impoverished TiTi'sviL'
legislation is need ell.11, however, are blood turn to Hood's Sarsaparilla, because ---- -

not of this class. Among borne of the they know it will enrich and purify their Office hours-10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 p mWill Cotton and Linen .
blood and give them good health. fo take
practice in all courts, state and federal
interesting matters that have been
'. ., .f ._ embodied this medicine on the first appear ace of impure Special facilities\ for examining and perfecting
in bills presented before this blood] is an important step toward self land title :

'1 : | MISS ANNE DEPEW PADLDING.A' congress are the following: preservation. .Netting
Hood's Pills sick .
cure headache, indigestion. t ,
those who have collapsed under the A nH'aSUrlhas been presented by I>: L. GAl'LDEN,

strain. But gay society goes right Representative Lloyd of Missouri for
man or woman to trav ,
I along, taking little heed of those who the purpose of preventing the practicing WANTED large house; salary f05 monthly .

fall by the wayside. of hazing at the West Point and : and expenses, with increase; position TJTTSVILLE, FLORIDA. .L
Annapolis academies. Mr. Lloyd i permanent; inclose nelf-addres stamped
Among the most interesting enter proposes I
nvelope. MANAGER, 330 C'aston bldg. County judge of Brevatdcounty. Will prac
f talumeuts of the winter have been the this amendment to the oath Chicago. lice in all the courts of the 7th judicial dr Fishing Tackle

dinners given at the British embassy. which the cadets are to take "And cuit of Florida.

t A noteworthy dinner was that given that I will abstain from the practiceof --. --v- --- Superior quality Linen Jill

by the Russian embassador to Mr. and hazing in any form while at the A Yacht IrtiNCAX V. FLKTCHEli, Netting made from Knox's

Mrs. Cramp of Philadelphia. The academy." Racing ATTOUXEY-AT-LAW, Scotch Thread '

probable significance. of this function It has long been a matter of regret I(I Samples and estimates cheerfully furnished. a

Is traceable to the czar's interest In that reckless and greedy hunters were FOR JACKSONVILLE, FLOUIIU. Corks Leads, Lines, etc. .

warships[ of which the Cramps are noted allowed to destroy the great herds of M. GOLDSMITH- -- -,--- -- ----- J. S. JOHNSON & CO ,

builders. American bison or buffalo that once $50Full

jJ. The first bachelors' cotillon of the ranged upon our western plains Rep ATTORNEY-.\T-LA\V, Manufacturers,

season at Uin>s' hall was a grand af rtsentaULat'e)' of Iowa takes this 121 Soath St., BALTIMORE, MD.
Tm>viLtE. l-'LORlD.\
fair and conformed fully to the reputation matter much to heart, and he has submitted --- --- -- ---

t that these balls have earned In a measure in which he proposesto working drawings and instructions for Prosecuting attorney for Ilrevaril county.
f seasons. Of course there has set, a of thousands of building Racing "utboat that anybody can Notary public. Will praitioe in all courts of USE
: past apart preserve build, to cost, complete, $;)O. Stud postal, the state.A. DREW'S
been or will be the usual round of acres in New Mexico and to authorizethe mentioning this paper, fur full particulars. ----- --- -- J

functions at the White House and at secretary of the interior to lease Subscription price $2.00 per year, :.!>c. a copy u. rKVM-\:: ,

!f. the homes of members ofsthe cabinet, the same to Charles J. Jones of Topeka Address THEKUDDEKITI. ('0., '.
t but even these that have so far taken free of rent. In this present Mr. 9 Murray St., New York City."Sweet ,

have been brilliant Jones is to 100 full blooded --- Tnr-MiLK, [ 0 A
f place more as a place American : FLOr.ID.'illpral't : \ tEND FORCTALOGUT

rule than formerly.The bison, which, with their increase, t l L t
M \\ tier iu the court of the 7th ju t 0 It
decision of Mrs. Dewey to receive are to be protected by law. Many will Ii I

her friends at her mother's home, deem this a laudable measuiv and one iriileircuit--- ------- THEH.

in Farragut square, rather than at that ought to pass but it is doubtful J.tMI.t: : !IlIat5! 6. W. 9. Dm.1

.. her own home proved a keen disappointment it over ;gets out of committee. COMPANY.JACKSONVILLE., r 1 I
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to the public whose [InterestIn Representati\ Quarles of Virginia KS

.: the Dewey house! Is something more thinks that in these days, when the Main olliie\ awl aiMrras, Tilibcils Florida. } it f{ I
than mere curiosity. Yet her explana praises of the Hag are being; sung so Oilue at rVit Piettf, FU, 111"11I the 2nd and iA
tth Fridays\ of each month.
-.. tion has been accepted as satisfactory, loudly, it would not be a bad idea Willpl'll.til\; all the courts of the 7th
-i and [it is understood that the real motive to l legislate j against its use for .i1llid,1i limit cf Florida.

of her determination was her objection tising; purposes. He has introduced a -- -- -- -- H. A. HODGES 1

, ,;I, to risking the unavoidable draft measure prohibiting the use of the flag t'. ,i.ilttt: ,

i from .the opening and shutting of the as an advertisement of any kind fur ATTORN IY-.\T-L.\, .sat MI m a IIi !:fs Flt,. ,
-, front door directly facing the drawing the purpose of gain or profit or as a
t t TITl'o\'lI.LE, FI.oaiii.t. Dealer in and Manufacturers of
room. Mrs. Dewey has a delicate trademark or [label. The measure also .

throat and every one appreciates the makes the same icstiictioiis as regardsthe Will praeticc in the courts of the 7th ju- YELLOW PINE 114+

arrangement, especially as Mrs. Mc coat of anus of the Tinted Stales. ,lid,1 ll! I'lit'till. AND CYL'KKSS LUMBER

Lean's house is far better adapted to l"p to a certain point Representative --- --- --- -----

the holding: of large entertainments.The Graham of Pennsylvania indorses the Bells Jangled J'iqanagp.f in t'wnmuntr in the Tinted
Out of Tune and Mates ti, handle the be,,t p.tyiug Fruit and
house: is thrown open every Monday Harsh. business known. IA'itimatt'. reliable, 111"lldrl' \' Vegetable Crates.

\ for the reception of the friends of Shakespeare's description fits thousands .\ ''',, IVpt K., Phll'nix Fire Applutueo
: Mrs. Dewey and the admiral. She rceived .- of women. They are cross, despondent (' ., \\.3Hhvt.., V y.
) sickly, nervous burden to _ .__ a- __ n Estimates furnished for complete bills of .. '
500 callers the ?
than at
) ; themselves and their families. Their lumber to be delivered\ at
any point on the '
first of these receptions many of them swtct dispositions are gone, and they, like MAVIKK'S: x.U-K. East Coast. ;
the btlU, stem sadly'out of tune. But tea
f from out of town. The Dewey house there is remedy. They can use Under and l>y virtue of a final decree of -- -- -----
Is proving as great a drawing card for foreclosure rendered by the H.m. Minor !S. M. U. 1 L HUDSON) .- .
Junes judiie of the] circuit court in and fur
bridal couples as the executive man- McELREE'SWine Bn'\'allll'\llIut; ,., Florida on the -IMi Ilatlf '
sion or the echoing gallery of the capi- January, A. D. 1'HM! ill a I'l'rtaillU e inch.UKery Dentist. try
tol rotunda. L 1T .+ + l theieiu 1 ending\ ; in s.nd muit.litn Office at residence, first door south of the r-..
The home of John U. McLean is one of Cardui! \\ ,in Daniel) I' Smith is compl.tuiant au.1 1 1F. county jail. Only first class work
M M. TvUraadministrator of the estate of at greatly educed prices.T1TUSMUK. .
of the attractive substantial residencesof
W Julius'fyleretal.aredefendauts.I will, as .
the city. It is situated on the corner It brings health to the womanly sl"'I'ialma"tl'r ill chancery sell fur cash to the --- H.OKIDA. ,

: of Fifteenth and I streets. It washere organism, and health there means hiyluft and \best bidder on the first Monday( Good \ew ,.
well poised nerves, calmness, strength. in Man, 1HX! ). the same U-inj tlu' 5th day of A
admiral and Mrs.
that the Deweywere 4
It restores womanly vigor and\ltllth. and a Il'galall's day, I.'tw'l'enthe Take no more medicine for chills. Tour '
t entertained at their first dinner I power. legal hours of sile. iu flout of the Dr.
It tones the nerves which suffer- court King! Chill Pall If it { \ i
{ after their return from their wedding CORXKB OF BALLROOM IX RESIDENCE OF house do and
ing disease have shattered. It is your monvd, Fla. he : I
K. M'LEA.V. Florida all the .
JOIN full.twinjidescribi-d land lying ..
One of the IrlnclpalttrtH"- Ilr.l King Chill 1'ad .
Journey. tha not
most only .
perfect remedy ever devisedto d :
and in Bie\ard ,
being;: county to wit: .
for the
tions of this house is its immense 1 ball scheme which was the restore weak women to perfect Lot 4, section lug township: 3o south of range cures drill" ilm>,i)00) to backrHv n.antee. .
? room. The room is famous in the social organization of the "C'oxey army Mr. health, and to make them attractive 4\1 east, excepting therefrom l huts 1 and 2 and A sure Im'\'t'n tat \:(>.a14n! at t I.

; annals of Washington as the Graham has introduced a measure in I and happy. $r. at all druggists.For that part of lots 3 and 4, lyiiijj west of dnisRMst does nuif pUMifeexceptr. .

-...".. of of the brilliant affairs which he proposes au appropriation of advice in cases requiring special Florida Eat Coast Railway irpdnv's" liuht luau YOU one on f/ \IDlSOX\ Q
scene some most .. "i!l "ltii" Ean GalIie/ ;
directions of waal.. lot 7. are nlin- > KIXi CI tji 'V .
..lIIt.Itllfor the building of pulilie address, giving'J'7 : ,
.,' ( in the city's recent history, including ;;i ; [ "The Ladies symptoms land made by 1:. 1? Bur lO Ii\d\t.: ,
roads the jnooeetK to lie ai>itlie l in Advisor Department :,
the annual fancy dross ball oft The or, an l on rtiord s' .
past holiday seasons given in honor ofthe each tate in proportion to the laiKai;; Chattanooga Medicine tnd also exieptins: 'T- It 9coat' | .. /
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Chattanooga, Tenn.KEY. titid Florida East ; F. t
'Ulffejfiso "
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) of the house. Susan It! of t'uaths. UJpedU.E un JuUj ll !%Jav SundayVs <: '
I" young son dotlr
I J. W. SMITH CAmden S. C., much thereof \ -
( Anthony and other pioneers of the suffrage If the Mil introduced by Represeuta' !I sayus-"My wife used Wine of'arJui at home aall r.rlt'fte.: from t II to 11a.m... fromlto to.' 'l.. '

<.. \ movement have been entertainedupon the Sjahliug; of North Dakota ever becomes : for her."falling of trw womb and it entirely cured Ol' rom IVlIk-f pt a.J OXU'. \ *;) i
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?: COII I ION 'YmIORIO. R- OAS. commission five day rate limited of three tickets cents from for all roundtrip stations Want of Watchfulness Jas.'Pritchard& Son \1

.in the state The Plant System pays :
= An'Adjustment of the Fusenger- 'Bat 'of he court costs, and' 'the mandamus suit Wakes the Thief. Headquarters \ vCHARD ,.. .>,!

Three Cents Per Mile Agreed Upon. against them will be dismissed on February for. . ':I

Jacksonville}News. .o(Monday. 12th; when the rate is to go into ef- Many cases of poor health '-s- "4

j The case of W B., .Lamar,ex reil the ect All) claims for overcharges; against ,
railroad commission of the state of .Florida he,Plant System filed with the.commis. come from want of watch WAR E >

vs. the Plant system and Florida sion up to Jan. 27th will be paid by the fulness. But if you keep y. '.
Central & Peninsular commission out of the funds furnished by
,came up before Judge Call in the, circuit which II the Plant System,-but as the commission your blood pure no thief can ...Tinware, Crockery.. }*, ');'! ,

I court this morning, resulted in the happening has no means of ascertaining the amountof steal your health.
s of events that. any claims not filed, of course no pro- STOVES '. : -
practically establishes
The one effective natural blood ,
vision \
the authority of the was or could be made, so if any
commissi to govern the state railroads railroad operating such claims exist where the owner has is Hood's Sarsaparilla. It never Boat Goods, Paints and Oils, .V 'fi ,r:

in the state. neglected to file them he can blame his disappoints. and 'T, f

This case was first set for a hearing on neglect to file for his loss, as it cannot Impure Blood-"Five years I BUffered

ST.} January 19th, but was continued until now be recovered by the commission. with pimples on face and body.. Hood's' : j

today. The case came up on a manda- "The F. C. & P. Railway company, I Sarsaparilla cured me permanently. It WOODENWARE ,

mus proceeding against the railroad como have no doubt, will also comply, as the also cured my father's carbuncles." ALBERT '. ," :';...1
terminal decision of the court E. CHAST, Tustin City, Cal.Catarrh"Disagreeable. r
mission to prevent them from enforcinga supreme Write for prices. t jOn -. :,
and Judge Call's decisions in these catarrhal drop-
three-cent fare all the cases >
over state. The '
,= have effectually headed off further pings in my throat made me nervous and TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .
railroad any
1R commission
was represented by dizzy. My liver was torpid. Hood's Sargaparilla -
Hon. B. S. Liddon'and Hon. J. 1\1.Bam, successful defense. In fact, as I under- corrected both troubles. My Box 212.
special counsel, while the Plant stand it, the only point on which the F. health is very good." MBS. ELVIBA J. *
system C. & P. Railway is now hesitating SMILEY, 171 Main St., Auburn, Maine.
and company
the F. C. & P. railroads were '.
by John E. Hartridge and John i is the payment of the claims Bond. Lumber Co
JfoogJ SallJa/Ja'l
_, A. Henderson respectively. against them on file with the commission, ;
and hand and Constantly Arriving, '
Mr. J. I have no idea that they will permit ,
M. Barrs, special counsel for the .
the, time, February 1st, for compliance .
commission .LUl\I.IBER. .
announced himself ready for .
to without their action. In fact I .
; ; the argument, whereupon Hon. John E. pass Hood', Pills care liver ills; the non-Irritating and Dressed and Undressed. ".
am satisfied but that for the desire of only cathartic to take Hood'i$ Saraaparilla.
Hartridge, counsel for the Plant system, 3ol. Henderson to consult some of the Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work, Balusters, Newel Posts, : :
announced that he did not intend to
other offers of his this Bean Orange, Cabbage and Tomato Crates
argue the motion filed by that company on point, SMART ALECKS. .
about which I Brick Lime Cement Etc.
and that his company would comply understand nothing was >0 i
with the requirements the commission.Col. said at the Savannah meeting, he would Newspaper Correspondents Who Write Estimates made on all building material. Our large boat, "Sunny South," will delivu. '.-
; this morning have taken the same courseas anywhere on the river. Call on us or send in your bill. We will serve you right. I :'
John A. Henderson, general counsel About People's Private Affairs. ", i.i i
did Mr. .
for the Florida Central & Peninsular "In addition the limited return 9 tickets The rush in the panarama of progresshas Bond umhsr: Co. J 1i

Railway company, said that while his there will be put on sale mileage become so dense that the dust often S. Q. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager, If< ..<; f

company would probably follow the books for those preferring them. obstructs the vision of some in findingthe Titusville : F.oric1.a. ,' i
same course it had not yet definitely "This is a practical establishment of true road, and then they sidetrackand ,

decided. Colonel Henderson, however, the jurisdiction, the powers and benefitsof explode against a wall built with HALF DOLLARS ...-II
made an argument/ on his motion to the state railroad commission whichit the rubbish of their own conceit. There are as use
quash, which was replied to by Mr. seems to be a boom with the socalled ful at our i
took the commission
Georgia several
Barrs. .
newspaper correspordents, and of 1
to reach. many dollars .
years on or- _
)Ir. Barrs was afterward seen by a them have not learned the purposes ofa = Ii Iidinaryoccasions.
News reporter in his office and asked for newspaper article. The of those + z
opportunity = t c
Denies the :
an explanation of the sudden turn taken A newspaper is supposed to furnish who waited for . $
by the litigation. Mr. Barrs said in Hartridge, attorney for the Plant I public information on general questions AFTER THE HOLIDAY BARGAINS _' ,' fil

reply: system, states that the above report is pertaining to general interest, and those marked is here.! prices We on have every re- ';;.
"\s only the Plant system had an- misleading and was written with the who are ignorant enough to imagine article of ; .iftF

nounced their intention of complying in view of giving the railroad commissioners their efforts in airing the individuality, U R 1T :i.T': U :aE I j 1di 1

future with the orders of the commission, prominence before the people. Mr. or private status, through the press in in the store, regardless of m 1'' ct,1 T/ "
and the commission had given the Flor- Hartridge's denial of the Barrs' versionis public matters is a feather in their cap the fact that all are PVT ,-'it t

ida Central & Peninsular Railway company as follows in the Evening News, of would find, if not blinded with arrogance NEW, HANDSOME AND STYLISH, 1.,

'- until Thursday, the 1st of February, Tuesday: that they are only daubing their and full price would at easily bring time. i Ii .. :
to decide on the matter, I did not consider "It is not true that the Savannah, own faces with mud. That fact has been Must square accounts any for year that fl f a
myself in a position to speak, but Florida & Western Railway company has I well demonstrated whenever tested. It is the only reason for quick selling.

after what was announced in court by ever arranged to comply with the rate I,I! is simply an insult to the public, and the JOHN R. WALKER, Titusville, Fla. .
Colonel Henderson, and to prevent any named in the alternative writ of only response: they get is contempt In
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misunderstanding by the public, it is dam us. When that interview, mnn-I' attempting to undermind the individuality -

perhaps well for me to more fully ex- ported, was given, Mr. Barrs had in his ; or private character of a party, Take FIRE INSURANCE c-s- Schuyler
plain just what has been done. possession the agreement, showing to the through the press in any form whatever, Your ,

"The state railroad commission, in contrary. I say this because he submitted they push a qustion on the public which '
; June, 1898, proposed to the Plant system to me the agreement that he claimed 'I they are not in the least concerned about, Agent for.the.._Hartford, tEtna, Liverpool and London and Globe :

and tM Florida Central & Peninsular had been entered into between the Plant :I and the author of such rot is recognized Home, Continental, Providence & Washington, Fire- ;.

Railway company a rate of three cents system of railways and the railroad com- !I as a slandering /gossipper.In man's Fund, and Sun Mutual.For .
for five days limited round trip, tickets missioners, and which does not require I dealing with public'qne tions, it
r good from any point in the statp; this be- the Plant system to reduce its rate to the*] matters not what they are, the field is further information, rates, etc., address or call on C.S. SCHUYLER, TITUSVILLE, FLA.

ing to accommodate the Florida people requirements named in the alternative I j lopes for full discussion, and the public, --- --------- -

inmost of their traveling, the commission writ of mandamus. I am perfectly willing I i I in an individual sense, has no right to

wishing to interfere as little as possible that Mr. Barrs should give the agr e- [: put themselves, or anyone else, in the
with the tourist rates for the reason that ment to the public, a copy of which hems ;' road. In so doing they admit they are IGE ICE 1GE

the more profit the railroad companies and I have not, setting) forth what :j hit, and an attempt to answer their im-
made on the tourists the better the opportunity was done instead of by /guarded words, !j aginary grievances on individual lines --
for reducing freight rates, if the words in this interview are his, i! fails to meet the issue in any form, but AS GOOD AS TJ3E: BEST.

which are, of course, of most importanceto endeavoring to convy to the people that :i only serves notice of their own defeat. Manufactured sINDIAN IUYEU ICE 3IANUFACTOKY, T. Propnettoor.BB
the people of Florida. The railway a signal victory has been obtained by the !.j If a party takes a position on any ques- the
companies refused to put on the three- commissioners instead of letting the JKJO- tion in a general form, whether corrector Special attention paid to packing for family use and shipped to any station on the East Coast

, cent round trip ticket, and the commission pre understand that a great transportation not, what has the personal individuality railroad or by steamboat on Indian river.,
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fixed a three-cent rate, and notified line of the country and the railroad :.I of the party, or the personality of

., the public to send them proof of over commissioners, each having at heart the J! anyone else, to do with the question? Carroll & Goldsmith -
charges. Many claims were filed with interests of the people and the development i| We have heard some of the most intelligent ,

the commission, and the claims were, fora of the state, endeavoring to har- :j:1 people in a community, people

time, paid! by the railroads, but theysoon monize their differences, have reached a j I who could furnish information of interest STAPLE AND
quit paying. Oa account of a defect harmonious conclusion upon terms that | to the public, say they won't write GROCERIES
in the 18D7\) cumiiiUion act it was were not in the minds of either at the t because it subjects their private personal FANCY. .

thought best to await the amendment of time this suit was commenced, and that I status to the fierce dog barks of the, Hay, Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
the law l by the 1 W-! legislature before the basis upon which the settlement was : trash wno nave ueen allowed to worK :. Titusville, FI Orl d a.
reached with the view of : their into : When Tin, Glass and Crockery Ware.THE .
bringing Milts in which it was known was only tnov- way print. parties --' -- .
very able counsel wuiild represent the ing harmoniously and for the advancement I[I assume the responsibility of the outcome .
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railwayTin k,I\lIl1le\ last spring of all of the interests of the state, ; of public questions on their own --

made the necessary aii.eiidmenis. and not as a yielding; of either the commissioners account, they are welcome to howl when DECANTER
"The lJIlIlli.sion i desirous of avoiding) or the Savannah, Florida & hit; but this self-appointed agency to attempt .....

litigation and expense: if i>o-::il,le, again Western Railway company." 'i to drag other people in disrepute l\.I.Iotlo
requested the railway companies to put about matters in which they are in no Lasley ,.

on ?alt- thrrr-teii i.'uul trip tickets, hut All Emphatic Statement. j sense concerned or in any form implicated
were refused. Then theft- two suits were To the above the following communication which we know has been done, is apiece Foreign and domestic brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and "

instituted, and have been ft night persistently from Mr. Barrs, in which he reiterates of impudence in advance of com Whiskies, Bottled Beer; Ales and Stout.
and ably. In the meantime the P. I his original statement, and corroborates -i mon sense. In dealing with general ,
& A. divisionof tluL & N. institutedsuit I the truth of the first statement questions: from our standpoint, they A EIRST-CLASS LINE OF CIGARS. BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES. .

in the United States court, returnableat above published, was also printed in the should he handled on their merits, and: -
Orleans the commission, 'I' let results follow. Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mail orders. i
New to enjoin
News of Tuesday: order. LOSLEY & IOTLOTIT1SVILLE, FLA.
Cash must your
and the commission: brought: the mandamus I Parties who wish to write from the individual accompany I
proceedings against) the Jacksonville JACKSONVILLE: FLA., Jan. 30, WOO.I'I or personal standpoints of an-

Terminal company to force the entrance Editor Evening News: j other should handle. a pen as though it Dealer :
of the A., Y. & W. railway into the Replying to the statements of an inter- had been plucked from an angel's wing R. in .. ,
union depot, which case went to the supreme view with Mr. John E. partridge, counsel i and dipx| I in the brilliant colors of the _- -- -

court and was decided in favor of 1 for the Savannah: Florida & Western i rainbow's variegated shades, and express

the commission, the decision bl'inWV Railway company, in the mandamus suit thought; as emanating from an honest FINE! WINES BRANDIES WHISKIES I
in sustainingthe heart with that liberality that becomesa t'
broad and comprehensive brought by the railroad commission, I _
<'Ommi 8ion. This decision practically desire to state that every word of your j human being. Hut, on the contrary, _

cut off all technical defense of the rail- interview with me in your yesterday's issue j you will find these self-appointed agents AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
\ ways to the rate cases, and left open to is strictly true. 1 am much more familiar with a ready (pen in hand, plucked from ----

..J them only the possibility of proving; the with the facts of this matter than ': the wing of the devil's vulture, clipped Special attention given to mail orders. COCOA, FLORIDA. ...a

r commission's rate unreasonably low. is Mr. Hartridge. j: in the slime of hell's back yard, pouring _____ __ u_ ___ _, n__ __ _________ ,
r "Prior to this decision, Judge Ed. Baxter I do not wish to specially emphasize the out their putrid slang and poisonous :4I
of Tennessee, in my opinion, the fact that the Plant System and the F. C. i venom, which are the vital elements: of FEE & STEWART ::

t ablest railroad commission lawyer the & P. Railway company refused to comply j, their own being, trying to establish the
railroads have in the United States, in considering with the demands of the commission : s-tandard of others with the rottenness of Handle EVERYTHING '

the P. &.\. matter with Mr. Day, until their last technical objeetion to the their own degraded self. Appertaining to the..... .. ,
railroad couunis.sion We don't write this: as a defence all, .
chairman of the mandamus proceeding had been passed
and with Judge Liddon, of special coun upon by the courts, but it is true, as it is a:? we need no defence, as we have not HARIRARE I
been attacked. We have been barked
: eel to the commission, asked and obtains also true that the settlement is not at all at
i until February first to get the consent of a compromise, but is a full compliancewith as everybody else has who pretended to Also nice line of Furniture
Crockery, LampW'in: ow Shades .
write for the but this
papers; disgu>: tingbreach
F. C. & P.
the Plant System the original demands of the commission -
J company to the original demands of the Yours truly, J. M. BAKKS. i of decency should be stopped' Matting\etc., etc., Undertakers' Supplies, Coffins and Caskets.;/ t. f

commission for a three-cent, fin>-day and editors are in their own light when Write us when in need of anything in our line and we will -,.6y, &f" 'If 41 'i

limited round-trip for the state. Write Murdock! Cure Co.. Atlanta, Ga., enclosing they fail to do it. promptly quote you lowest market prices. A i lie, Fla:he .r

"Judge Baxter got a meeting of the 2 cent stamp for free sample of )Iur.dock's We patiently wait to hear the howl of FEE & STEWART, MELBOURNE, Flf' o 1 nd, V
in Savannah Catarrh Cure or Hyler's Dyspepsia: the hit dog. t
officers of the two companies Tablets. They propose to cure every case of; MOST HARDEE. (Saw your adv. in the STAR.) .. ?ell<'n at t / I
week and went to Tallahassee
last catarrh or dyspepsia. ,-r '
\ Friday morning. The commission tele- Jensen, Fla., Jan. :27th, 1900. ; .- F. 1.invtsox; t:2cePtr.

graphed for me and I went there Friday For Over Fifty rears GE0 N.TIi... t>est Lan GaIr1 JR. % :

night, and Saturday Mr. Baxter, for the MBS. WixsLows MOTHixo Svucp has been A pure whiskey agrees with any food; : I.fu to 4h.. ite.... -1---1 \I kctor.J.? i
Ui6tor over fifty years by millions of mothers in fact, aids di estion. It tones the .
'oJ : ;
Plant System, agreed to pay to the com for their children while teething with perfect De' \ c c n.
stomach increases the flow of the 't'n .. !
mission all claims for overcharges above success. Itsoothe the child, soften the sums gastric _; -FF. 11\.1; I i > s.e]; l'e now open ae;:..fIe!
allays all pain,cures wind colic, and Is the best juices, .and so promotes strength and i! Ian 1. ; da: dotlr. -
three cents mile then on file with the remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor { .ghbred"'E: u r rite. : alit Sunday ,' ii.usuallyS
per little !sufferer immediately. Sold by Druggists flesh. A pure whiskey like HARPER consisting o,* of all .+ trOll! t 5. u, 11 ,!, Rc\ 1 to f\\ ,
commission, amounting to several thousand In every part of the world. Twenty-five cents j whiskey. Sold by Lesley & Motlow, armor Jo \: d ,
and into effect the a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wins-I+TitufiviDe Fla. rompt "'
dollars to
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kas began to fraternize with their an- had a row of moss along the front anda

WHEN f PELICE f [ COMES cient enemies until. tUb colonial policyof red, toadstool with a white stem .':>- : :-'-'_ -:.:.::: .::, ___ .-':: : _. ':: ___.: __-:-_-. _.::., : ft :::;q:::::;.. =:.: : :..__.::
old England put them Into a khaki standing on the top about 2% Inches

uniform and turned the deadly blade, high. Brown slippers and white stock- ?

against the foes of Jhe crown. Ings completed the costume.

WHAT THE FUTURE HAS IN STORE There Is a growing sentiment hqw- Another pretty costume is called Pier- ,

J FOR AFRICA. ever, that this Is a white man's war, rette. The short dress Is of black silk,

j .< and It Is to be hoped that the combat with white pompons set at Intervals

Belief That Foreigners and Not Ultlander. ants,will both fight It out on that line. around the bottom. Black stockingsand

Y t 'VIII Get the Commercial The blacks are dangerous enough at slippers with white pompons, but ,

Prlcea-Keeping the Blacks Out of all times. If they can be kept out of smaller; a white sash tied behind, long

the War. the present war they will be easier to white gloves, and an enormous white

handle when peace Is restored, and It Is muff and white peaked hat with pom-

[Special Correspondence.] the coming peace In which all the pons made this costume perfect after The Kind '
You Have Always Bought, and which has been
TOWN Jan. 1.After the war world is interested. All classes and its kind.
in use for over 30 has home the signature of
what ,
? This Interests many people "Olors of people are waiting to get at There are always the usual butterfly,
more than the war itself People generally ie wealth of South Africa. flower girl, daughter of the regiment, and bas been made under his personal -

believe that the British will win, CECIL HoYT. Marguerite and Juliet, but these are 'i- supervision since its infancy.

but at a greater cost in blood and mon- all old-very old. New is a costume Allow np one to deceive yogi in this.

ey than they or anybody else except "I think I would go crazy with pain for a grand and statuesque woman All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Jnst-a -goOl" are but
it for Chamberlain's] Pain Balm"writes
the Boers expected. The war will were Mr.not W. H. Stapleton, Herminie, called the recessional. The front of Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of

I broaden out the'younger generation of Pa. "I have been afflicted with rheuma- the skirt is of orange ,velvet with a Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment. .

Boers. The older ones that are not tism for several years and have tried remedies conventional applique of purple and

killed will live out the remainder of without number, but Pain Balm is green satin in form of Iris, with the '

: w4 their lives in the sullen belief that the best medicine I ever got hold of." leaves and roots intwined in ara- What is CASTORIACastoria .

there has been some mysterious slip in One application relieves the pain. For besques. This pattern reaches up quiteto

.' the plans of Providence. The Boers sale by B. R. Wilson & Son. the waist line. The orange velvet Is is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare

sewed to a so called waist of purple It is Pleasant. It
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups.
I velvet high on the bust, like empire
TRICKS ijf f FASHION. gowns the joining being under a silver contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic

3 baud set with three immense gold or- substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms

Sleeve That Hide the Arms and naments. The sleeve to the elbow was and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind

Stow the Shoulders. tight and from there was a square Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation

[Special Correspondence.] open sleeve of pale white and lilac and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the

NEW YORK Jan. SO.-Of all the silly Cheney silk in Iris design. This hung Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy aud natural sleep.

'. fashions or fads think the very worstIs lo the feet. At the opening there was The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. '

the way some sleeves are arrangednow. another gold ornament. The back was

They an made so long as to of the cheney design and laid in massive -

t..' reach to the fingers, and at the top folds. There was a gold fillet QENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

they look as if they had come unsewed, around the hair and from this hung

.... '. for they are left to fall down to below two elaborate golden ornaments. An Bears the Signature of

the round of the shoulder, where they Easter lily is to be carried to completethis.
t hang and inflict needless distress up- The Idea could be developed la

on the beholder, who Is in constant -men cheaper materials.

fear of seeing them fall completely off.' OLIVE HARPER. .

They also make the arm look preter- ,

1R naturally long. Of course this peculiar TO CURL A COLD IN ONE DAY ,

sleeve was invented for a purpose, and Take 'I.xATIvEBRolloQUININETABLEDS:

i that Is to bring out the delicate lines All druggists refund the money.if it fail. Tie KM You Have
v f Always Bcujkt
"" ,;A .; J : of the fair white shoulder and to hide to GROVE'S signature on .

4 4 _.:. the fact that the lines in the arm belowIt every

; :.. are too thin and undeveloped. ThereIs Violations---.- of Tradition- I In Use For Over 30 Years.

P J a band or strap that performs the ,
'I' 'Discharge: the stage manager! THE CENTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAY, STREET. NEW, YORK CITY.Catalogue .
. _
,::-. office of a real sleeve in holding up the houted the proprietor of the show. .:. .' _: : :. : :.__ ..,:. .,. ,.;;; ";.. ;:. :_ _\
r II'h waist. This Is generally very ornate, "
"What has he done?
"A trimmed with bows, feathers, fringe, lP
"He has disregarded the first prinjlples -
1 1 L"THE TRF.. CnES. fur, flowers, lace and I don't know
of his
art. He has
{ 1;' who: accept the situation as the war what else. Sometimes they are made permitted ZH.=-..-.,'..,=.:>==:>,.Ti' ........ r
low comedian to without
appear ;
t-r leaves It will be an important factor In simply of a puff of tulle over the shoul-
i red wig and let the man who playsthe Do You Love Roses?
.. ; the future of South Africa. der. In any case, the plan is the same. banker come on without side- I THE i I IN
The uitlanders the people without a ROSES
Often there is a wreath of artificial "
4, iFhiskers! Star.
-Washingtro Do You Want to Grow Them?
country, for whom the British went to flowers around the neck, but more of- :}!

war will occupy an unenviable position ten a collar of pearls or a band of rib- Ills Life Was Saved h oUTHLA 0 OUR NEW ROSE CATALOGUEIs
'T in the of the world. The : '
eyes Is handsomely
bon fringed with beads or spangles. ill-ttrated and describeS
Mr. J. E. Lilly a prominent citizen of Nr
I- th best, and
Boers will continue to hate them and ; new lu.ot popular roses forth
These all with the desire of
are worn Hannibal], Mo., lately had a wonderful > southland, and fives fall instructions for w '
the British will always wonder whether hiding the immaturity of the wearer.A deliverance from a frightful death. In Free Upon Application planting and caring for them. It also ...

.t or not they were worth fighting for. case in point may be seen in the telling of it he says: "I was taken with ;. explain why

The masterly manner in which the uit illustration. This is an elegant evening typhoid fever that ran into pneumonia.My g i .....OUR FIELD GROWN GRAFTED ROSE BUSHES:.... i
landers keep from the firing line became hardened. I
away lungs was so
for matron. It is J>
gown a young are superior 1 all other for the rose parden. If you have not succeeded in g-rowinf t"J
i Is the admiration of all lovers of acro made of willow green taffeta as to the weak I couldn't even set up in bed. Sousing ftg beautiful roses w i to us and we can tell you why. Address Ij
batic art. When the war is on'r-mark underslip and covered with beautiful helped me. I expected to POOH die '
" of consumption, when I heard of Hr.King's f THE GRIFFING BROS. CO.
the prophecy-these people will not be white lace in all over design. There is 8 f ,
In the swim. will find the sale of New Discovery:: One bottle gave
tunic of willow de sole JACKSONVILLE i iS
a green peau great relief. I continued to tie it, and ,
mining stock to unwilling buyers to be bordered with of renais . FLAJt .
hill work. The of an applique now am well and strop:!. I can't ay too (;.X-uiC-S- J i23 K*!#&*
up cream legitimate sance lace all around. It opens high on much in its praise." This marvelous

business will be done by somebody the left side in jabot folds and is draped medicine the surest and quirked cure

el-Americans. British Boers. Germans across the waist. The bodice partis in the world for all throat and lung

French. Portuguese, black sav a figure of lace over the peau: de soie. trouble. Regular !sizes! ;ti cents and] $]J.
a (anybody but uitlanders. Trial bottles' five at Bit WiNnn & Sons'
and the hanging sleeves are of lace.
South Africa will drill store. Every bottle guaranteed. 2
some day produce .
On the straps are small bows of willow t.L
plenty of coal, and grain as well .
sugar -- -- -----
green ribbon set with pale pink
i: us gold and goats, the bulk of the pres- trailing arbutus. .\ large bunch and WHY
ent product outside of diamonds. The
hanging spray of that are put at the left
people of Natal have been very: successful side of the waist. This is all beautiful
in the of excellent DR. HATHAWAY
i production tasteful and even artistic, but ,
\ tea which is not so astringent as the look at the sleeves: !

t Indian and Chinese teas, it having aless Balls and masquerade and fancy CURES ., .
- of tannin In but has
I percentage dress parties: are all the rage, and per

a delicate flavor.: Tea growing mightbe haps some bright young girls would Reasons for His Marvelous SuccessHis 1 =

commenced experimentally in the like to hear bow to make some pretty New Free Book. !I .

rich country behind Delagoa: Bay. and fancy dresses. These: are not expensive rI JI

if found to answer, as there is every or difficult and are really novel. Dr.lreatnrentisnoezperi-IMliavray's methodof tt ,

" chance of its doing, it would add another ment. It is the result! of : ; I

important industry to" the long A twenty years of experience .t

list that will he formed and prove flourishing '. .' .,.. in the iiKst extt-n- ; .
she practice of any
in the future.It 1
m, si erialM in his lino in i
takes war to show a nation who ....... the! world. He was graduated i 4fc4 ,
'..: from one of the
Its: friends are. Among the best British ( fi
{ b."*t medical colleges in
: soldiers fighting in South Africa "
now '
f :.. the country and perfected
are the Irish. There are many i '. his medical! and surci-!
nil rllian lighting: with the Boers, but f \t cal education hospital by practice.extensive

they are in the background. The Irish
tarty: in his professional career he made discoveries
with the British forces the Dublin 7b {&' s which placed him at the head of his profes-

fusileers, the Connaught rangers, the Ja sion as a specialist in treating what are generally
) Enuiskillcus. the Munster fusileers.have \I known as private diseases; of men and \voicen. TILIr m i .i.i SAILINGS
This system cf treatment lie has more and more
brunt of battles.
borne the
many perfected each year until t.xlay: his cures are so
With the able assistance of their old variable! as to be the marvel of the medical JACKSONVILLE"AN-D NEW YORK ,

comrades in arms, the highlanders, profession.
the Irish troops have indeed been doing ..vly Eujoyins the Urgent practice of any specialist Calling; at Charleston, S. ('? both ways.
1 .n the world he still: maintains a system of nominal
nearly all England's; lighting. fees w hii-h makes! it possible for ail to obtain The J'iuc.t Steamships in the .(_'oasluise Sen'ire.

To the credit of both British and I'M Ins 'I'n-ices. -
"Boors, be it said, there is less and less Dr. llathav'ay treats and cures Loss of Vitality: TIII: (1.\1)1; 11:11' 1X: (: I.X1)XU: : SI'rIIln% i/1XIS
Varitocelp. Stricture. Blood J'/i-:uin?in its dif-
prospect of enlisting the savage black 'erent stapes, Khuinutistn. Weak Il.i'-k. XervJUMJPSS -DirvctA rvil'P IktwN'OhU

tribes on either side. There are certainnatin' t all manner of Urinary ('ouq,laintS Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, and all eastern points
of India however, whom the LT.-er,ores and Skin H ,.eLSl's. I'.rmhts Dieaoind Calling at (Chirlt both ways.'DII'EEKLY .
l all forms of Jhlnf'TroulMs treatment
British might import without undue !- : : SAILINGS.Southbound .
I 'or undertoned men restores lost vitality and
\ lock; to civilization, as they are classed % n- ', ,nakes the patient a strong. veil vigorous man. j'rollll.'wj'IIu'r, Co- ou. Xor Isluol--I-'run, f.H.t ..r HUI>.III Street,Jacksomiila.
' and of Dr. in the treatment "I -
British subjects many Hathaway's success
t' as recognized as British I Varieoeeleard Stricture without the aid of knife CLYDE'S ST. JOIIAS: sill'IIt 1.1\: .;.
ti them are already
ur cautery phenomenal.. The patient is treated IK\KY LINE: :
\ soldiers. p'r ','. f by this method at his own home without pain or
... \ The fiercest native Indian fighters :) 1T loss of tine from business. Tlnsjs! positnely the Hefueen H'liOloll'ilie and SnufbnI.
j L\ the ttharkas. They are small antI only treatment:<- ('11ft'S with III it an operation. :Stopping at Palatka. A:.tor, St. Fungi B"J1."fllrd IHeLandj( Blue Springs and other
tire Dr. attention landing1- St. John river.
Hathaway callthe particular intermediate
\ broad shculdered. They form a part sufferers from Yarieoctle and Stricture to !.a;:a s Steamer "FKKD'K 1):8.IYIrr.: W. A. SH\W, is appointed to sail as follows :
t of the regular English army in India ? r .j. 2s. J9. so and 31 of his new book, entitled Leave .faekioiiville 3:30 p. in.. Slllllla 's. Tuesdays and Thursdays.
\ and are well drilled and well uniformed ---q r "Manliness, jlIr. le.illh,"a copy of which will Leave Saiit'ntd 9:06 a. in., Enterprise UiU, Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.Southland. .
be --- -- -- -
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for that
it' in the usual light suit suitable NEW WUIXKLK IX SLEEVES: Write today for free book and symptom blank. SCHEDULE. Northbound.Head .
\I dim:1h'\O amount of instilled Eng- One called a "lichen" was pretty. The mentioning your complaint. down. Dead up.
ideas and no amount of costume intended Leave :*> pni .Jacksonville; -.--Arrive 00
st fish Englh.bI was to represent the J. Ni IVTOL1'HATHAIVAY M. [J. .. am
I __. .
!' 4T Palatka- .___
piu- Leave 8
to i 00
t has been able as yet con- : deep woods and the dress was short Dr. HathawaJ.., 300 nn ___Astor-. pm
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