The Florida star.

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

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means of; books. The. New Jersey fi- United> States no such trouble has. been

ITARTINQ I n Up lI LIBRARIES brary 'movement will be' watched by observed. r

other Intellectual states in a similar condition of Hemp Is used in making.rope.. In : 'DELP FOR YOU' i:

; darkness. Not only Is the England they weave hemp fibers into ,

universal establishment of libraries coarse sheets, towels and tablecloths.The I ,
I} { PROPOSES TO PROMOTE with state aid '
a matter of national Interest Russians roast the seeds of the f "

INTELLIGENCE. : but the Influence exerted upon hemp plant and use them on bread. i For honest treatment and a speedy cure write -

the various communities. after they Oil,made from crushing seeds is utilized or go to Dr. J. Newton Hathaway whose ,i<
{ ,The State, May Help Every Town4hit' are Li operation. .
to some degree in
mixing paints and ,
is sufficient : '
:. F great reputation a guarantee of
Helps Itaelf-Llbraries In EDWARD MEREDITH in preparing varnishes. :

jfannfactnring Citlea-Qualities of The time has arrived for farmers : satisfactory results. Consultation t Y Free. ". -

'_ Ibradau. B. R. Wilson&Son guarantee every bot and
k capitalists to
tle.of Chamberlain's consider the profits Contracted or Ilereid- beak Bark ;;

{Special Correspondence.] will refund the money Cough to any Remedy one who and is which may be made from hemp rais 8i good POISon tL-y Stilus in ai its Kidney' and Urinary Ill'- '.' f

pASSAIC N. J., Feb. 6.-New Jersey not satisfied after using: two-thirds of the ing. There is much waste land in the terrihle stages, producing copper-colored cult.Too Frequent, Bloody or :Milky Urine; '.-
has the, best roads of contents. This is the best in the United States In the very districts spot ca face or body, late ulcers en tIC: aU fun tional diseases of tie Heart Lungs ;',;
any state in the remedy '
where tongue in the nwata or threat,falling out of Llvcraad Stomach; also Catarrh, EuptureKlicainatlsia .- ;,
; :Union and is taking systematic stepsto world for la grippe, coughs; colds, croup hemp will grow readily, and tfaelair ccce5rorsdecy; : of the fle h or : Piles, Fistula and all Blood a : ,' -

have the best public libraries., The and whooping cough and is pleasant and such; tracts can be purchased at low bones completely and forever eradicated and Skin Diseases and all Female Diseases '. _

':t Jersey Library safe to take. It prevents any tendencyof cost. Then too. as soon as hemp seeds without the use of Injurious dni2: leaving treated according to the latest and best .f" .
'l'lew. association
-i-r which Dr. E. C. Richardson of Prince, of a cold to result in pneumonia. have been planted no attention is givento ful the suite.system in a pure :.-OD:; and health- methods kaowa to medical science. "-. -,....

, : the growing plants until the Is By correspon 'f. y
Jt' ton university library is president, has crop or enlarged veins, which Home Treatment denzealwayssuc- : .

:' 'pursued the subject In a practical way, HEMP I INDUSTRY D I IN f THE[ SOUTH ij I ready for like cutting. Farmers for this yarlcaceia I lead to a complete loss of cessful. Write for free book just published and i. '',d: ;'

' and the probabilities are that the legislature reason to cultivate hemp. se\uil power: also Hydrocele, Gonorrhoea, Symptom blank if you cannot call. "yI
'I will The diversifying of crops is much fleet Stricture and alll'rivateand Venereal J. NEWTON HATHAWAY.M. D. s+t,
pass an act authorizing the How the Crop la Sown, Cultivated and discussed here In the south. Why not Diseases and Weaknesses of men quickly I Dr. Hathaway& Co,
state to give $100 to every new library cured. 25 Bryan Street. savannah, Ga. 4
": and every small library In the commonwealth Harvested In Kentucky. plant hemp? A leading farmer said to MEJ.TIOX THIS PAPER WHE 1+'Rf1RG. .

:" that will [Special Correspondence.] the writer recently: "I have been
\ an equal
LEXIXGTOX, Ky., Feb. 5.-The. center planting hemp for many years, and I
'di amount of
j: for the
purchase of
-' of the hemp industry of the United have always made money on the crop. M. M. S. POULTRY FENCE J

establish States is in this vicinity. Kentucky Hemp requires little care, and all I ask. f

,..;. have charge of the expenditure of mon produces a crop of hemp worth annually Is that prices should be fair." J \ / \ \ J J J \ I r I 7Y / \ / \ / \ / \ / \ T\. : s

t'" eys for library purposes and exert In- nearly $700UOO. Farmers and DONALD Duxc .' 'J \J\J'J J\ /\1' J'/\ \ -Jli !

il1 fluence in the selection experts tell us that no part of the \ \ \ I \ J \ \ '
of books. The An Editor's Life Saved by Chamberlain's 1 '_
world is better adapted to the M.M.5.
successful I
t proposed provides that the librarian ;
cultivation of than Cough Remedy. '
hemp this and
f'I or trustees of any free public library I.
t in the numerous other sections of our coun During the early part of October, 1896, sir THAT 1
: state or any person or :;J \ I I t 4
try. If this statement is true, why import I contracted a bad cold which settled on
:: persons of organizing a. free
each my lungs and was neglected until feared
year over $G73.000 worth of .1
'i: ,public library may ask such commission that consumption had appealed in an incipient .
hemp from foreign countries
it.. for advice in regard to the selection state. I was constantly coughing /J/\ ; ; .j''
As early as 1021) 1f
attempts were madeto
f of books the and
cataloguing thereof trying to expel something which I

and any. other matters pertaining to raise hemp in Plymouth colony. Nathan could not. I became alarmed and after J .

.cS the establishment, maintenance or atI.I" Burrows introduced the plant into giving: the local doctor a trial bought a

ministration of such library, and the Kentucky In 1790. Since then the industry bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy i

# j commission shall give such advice in has been subjected to varying and the result was immediate improvement -

1 fortunes. Previous to the war this and after I had used three bottles ......'
'regard to such matters as it shall find .
-; state devoted over oO.OOO acres to my lungs were restored to their healthy .. ...... \ -OOJ. ) 'J.
, practicable. hemp, and high prices preailed. The state.-B. S. Edwards, publisher of The -- ', ,
:' A special committee, of which W. C. war devastated Review, Wjant, Ill. For sale by B. R. .. I

, : Kimball of this city is chairman, has the cotton fields and Wilson Jc Son. "" //1. / .
; there being no demand! for hemp rope
E! been studying the library question in Patented July 21,1896. TRADE
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to bind cotton bales, the hemp industry -------- ---- -- AURK.] July 6.1877.
general and has reached conclusions
languished. Arrestdisease 50 PER CENT QAVIMP Requires no top or bottom rail and only 1as
value not only to New Jersey, but OHlinu
lIon. James Wilson of many posts as the old style netting and makes-
to every town in the United States. has lately said secretary that there agriculture is by the timely use ofTutt's a better fence. A full line of Field and Hog Fencing, Steel Picket Lawn Fence

I'This committee urges that the value, Gates, Posts, Rail, etc. Write for full particulars.
a reasonable of Liver Pills old and
moral, physical and intellectual, of :1 prospect establishingan an
extensive hemp industry in the UNION FENCE CO. DeKalb III.
public library and reading room in the i United States favorite remedy of increasing ,
i turbulent on new involvingthe .
it sections of --
manufacturingtowns -- -- --- -
. ; cannot be estimated, n place use of a tailor variety or two crops:: popularity. Always cures

-:-C.: where personal law cleanliness and order is prevail essential, where and .!deep of on the large putting short areas variety on of the cheap growing land the plowing crop SICK HEADACHE, Send your Job Printing! to The Star Office.We .

: necessary fertilizers sour stomach malaria indigestion
.j where the best and most worthy -
reaping antI breaking by macliin
thoughts; of our greatest men and wo
cry and using the process of water torpid liver, constipation

t"men The tine committoo attractively talks presented.very plainlyabout setting.As and all bilious diseases. give yon Up-to Date Printing at lowest prices,

many as 20( successive .
crops can
, the selection of librarians and
TUTT'S Liver PILLSRevival
be grown on the same ground. Seed ,
does not hesitate to that
say womenare ---- -- -
}is sown in May and is scattered broad
generally more successful than - RCAD KK4D RC.1U ,
cast. In three months the
men. Evidently presuming that the crop ma of an Old Industry.
tures. The .
selection will be a woman the com.t.Uttee plants reach an averageheight "Say began; the man who had his

t says: "She should be trained in of 8 feet' although in omt'parts feet on the table "did I ever tell you Hyler's I Dyspepsia Tablets.
the world lt feet is attained
1I' science, and, in addition to a the story about the sheet of tissue paper
j When ripe, the stalks are cut near the ?"
general education and wide in-
X ground with a scythe. workman i is "Too thin!" WHIT uj':i\ DOM: TOR oniiitC4. : >
; ion. she should be a oft unanimously exclaimed
person paid $_.:0 a day for this labor and he the # \ HI: DOM: rouor..
.. character and business ability. others.-Chi'a Tribune.Editor's .
can cut half an acre in ten hours.
among the least of her qualifica Read Mr. 'ox's letter' below of thousands haw file in
The hemp after being cut. is placedon I Awful : only one we on our office:
ions should be an affable and courteous Plight. Murdock Cure Co., Atlanta, Ga.
the ground anti is there allowed' to

manner, for the librarian is the cure for about two weeks.: Then it i is F.1LHigginseditor! Seneca (IlUXew, Gentlemen' is with diffidence that I write, you for I am not one who likes to find his
medium between the public and the was afflicted for years with piles that no name iu print but I feel that in this it is my duty to those who suffer and my gratitude toyou
into bundles
somewhat less than loctor or remedy helped until he tried to write you what Hyler's Dyspepsia: Tablets have done for me. Six months ago I save

a foot in diameter and stacked In the Bncklen's Arnua Sal\e. lie write two up all !hope \erbeiiig well again. I suffered horribly from my stomach all the time;:; at

early part of December the stacks are tuxes wholly wired h Jn. It's the surest! times hardly able to get my bnath. Had tried many phycians some said dyspepsia, others ,.

r taken down and the hemp is placed othe n pile\ cure on faith and the best t salve in heart trouble others still catarrh of stomach-all dosed me but none gave relief. I don't
the world. CureKiurantetd. 25i- know how many ad\ertised dicincb 1 took, hut till no relief. A friend advised Hyler's
ground. The rains fall and the Only
Dyspepsia Tablets. Without hope I I got them and began taking. To icy surprise they gave ,
Sold 1 II. Wil-on & Son i ists.
by drujr ;5Mioultl
liber or lint becomes loosened and > immediate relief, and after '
can tiling three lazes, I am now cured and feel better than I have .
kt then bo easily separated from the in years. Emlosed find $200.: for which stud me two buses: want one of them for my sister .

stalks: of the plaut. i Ke Turned Down and the other, while I now don't need them. I will always keep them in my houx-

Negroes are employed to separate the This government is not tied up to the fours gratefully, 15. F. COX.
IIYl.KU'S HY'l'EI'OLT.nLET are especially prepared for Ih-pepsia, Indigestion -
fiber from the stalk. They use a wooden old maritime company or to any Nicaragua Catarrh of Stomach, (Constipation. Headache and all diseases i > arising **

frame with metal blades called a ('On('(' !'in. It i U in a position toact from a nistmhrtd'tolllach or Lier.Hyler's .

C- brake. Some of the negroes are freely and independently in this matter s
,ut e Fttl export in this profession. A fair worker and all lobhjitts for the Nicaragua Dyspepsia Tablets are put in boxes containing 30 days' treat-

can break and clean about 125: route j-hoiild be vi orously and promptly ment. Price, $1.00 per box. mailed to any addresson

pounds in a day. One negro. Graves turned down by the senate receipt of price. It

Harris could break GOO pounds in a ;; JU..UU'li (IKi: ('0.. .Ulaufa, Ma.f .

day, and his performances, although

exceptional, were often npeated. One I found medi- bare well R'.p&u T&bules with w much iatl- 1 have been a great safferer from conatipatie! M
man has invented what ii i claimed toIIIm' "\ your faction that I can cheerfully recoiunend then-. I foru\erfl. yea!*. N.t irg gate me any relief.My .
Save been troubled fur about three yt&ravrtt) ft and 1.':-J and abdomen were bloated (9
I cine a blessing to me what I called bilious attacfca c<-m n? on ns'i.larly : I ci v;a a,,t w\ar shoes oa my feet Q,..J only a loos
once a week. Waa told by different p' >iUm: d.e -. I a1r.9 Tat-t Ies au H-; td la out l
; s-- and that It was caused by ball teeth of wnit-a I had dolo!.) paper, b"..?..: some aa 1 took ti:c-n as d:ect-
dV Ill my family. severaL I tad the teeiti extracted, but the at- I ed. Hdv :..'-vn then il.h"lt three weeks and there }
tacks: continued. I bad seen aJveriUfhects <>f liiKi a d.,:. v: I a .: i. t errs't'patt any more .
PAS! :;AIC rUULIC LIHRVRY AND CITY HALL.storehuue tyr Rijaui Tabules all the rair but hat no faith I and I o*'.'- It anthem, but about Ilx weeks since a frit-nJ induced year oiiJ, bate no Ballot:, only mjlioaaehold
behind the desk and should
me to try them. Have taken but two of the daueo and nurslcg! my sick L.:,band.
therefore ht' a person easy to approach.The w.f mall 5 cent boxes of the Tabules and have ha.1 He has had the dropsy and 1 am trying Rljarus
no recurrence <.t the attacks. Have never given a Tabules(t>r him. He fete eome better but It will
popularity and success; of the 1i i iLrary
testimonial anything before but the gnat take some tmehe has been sick so long Tot
may depend to a greater extent amount of guod which I believe bas been done me may use my letter and name a*you like
the popularity of the librarian by F tl&-ia Tabules Induces me to add mine to the lira. MAST UOBMA.I CLASH ,
man testimonials you doubtless bays in yuur to
than she herself may realize. A reader + poa.easionnow. A.T. DEWITI', I have been guttering frcm headaches ere' '

who i- made to feel that his taste in I i since I was >i Mile girl 1 >uuld never rlJalna -" ,
I want to Inform car t r f Into trowded
literature is inferior i is not likely to In words of hlhe..i yon. *" !#"a4:_ kll!Jt.#a'4' #+ti4i placwithvutbettinga

visit the library more frequently than praise, of tie Unedt I 3 healaeheandskkatmy
I have derived tr'Ul"' 3 Ft.'mac .1 -iabouJ
he can help. A person of tact and Rlp.njTabul\s.Iamr. f R-I-P-A-N-S > Rpansfa'uU1pr "

adaptability will not snub a borrower There are who feel tt'l.l"nal nurse and 11 j I -f a1.PC of ntne wuo was
r' : d d rd ,.f women something In this cle. a.j I ,* tali.llghelu tor catarrh
; profession a tr
if J. Holmes and
who Mary ; ;
inquires{ like 4
a grudge the children who oCt
P against bead Is alwnys needed t:w i 1,10 stomach. She had
E. P. Roe are good authors and it is l ++lv / /, rt ,, .,rttr fl one after another rob their mother of her Rtpans TauUirs duel It.Arttroi.e ?1! !j'> found such re.I>!! fromtheir 4
t i The modern stand- use sheadvbeil
also part of the librarian's duty to accept 4 t 1' beauty and strength.! Men do not Usually "'! my 1'1l'jl -r ,.)0 them too. and metotaka I

patiently and good uaturedly criticisms Ifvtit / // (t () realize how much the mother gives to found rund wu.>completely Acclo "n the 4-I.I, W I': ard Medii hate t.i J dSB,.>since

kindly or otherwise as to the each child to her own loss. Women advice of Sir Ge >. Bow8r 4t:! z Family last October, and will
accept it as part of the obligation of Pb. 0.i8 Newark t) I ic i!* say they have complete.Ave.Jer6eyd'ityIt.s.k
correctness of her own literary taste. .H, Cures the ly cured my headache*.
cine : }
Nature and pay the debt grudgingly Ul ; ,
The librarian of whom{ it is said 'She Klpang Tatmlts with r1! I sda0 I I am twenty nine yean '
Yet in
Nature's plan every child is a brand rei u1t8. ?? -w. old.: You ar', welcoir
thinks} she knows everything; and owns IIFAKINO new joy and fresh happiness. It isn't Ula 1&W'UDUL' 4:; !I common cry-day *- to use this testimonial
is be a cry U'l'l'ssfullllldlill( for breaking the children .', > ,-. Mrs. J.BBOOKXTI& A
the whole library, not a success. that steal the mother's *! I. ,

'rIll.are now 121) cities and townsin hemp but the results from a commercial .strength. It is the unnatural drains and Bother was troubled te:! ill of humanity i,4j
New Jersey inning a population of standpoint have not jet beenfull pain. which weaken her. with heartburn audtleeplrosnesa I I "
have of }' established. i i11 Even'oman who has used Dr. Pierces caused; by : w TtuCS :: My serin.year.old boy ,
TCiO which no library any
over Indention, fur a good suffered with pains IBhU
kind, and it Is the purpose of the present .\ acre has been made to produce Favorite Prescription has found in it the many years One day *I Z t : ''"" bead constipation

the subject l.tM pounds of hemp, although lOOH< one thing woman has waited for It she g..\r a testimonial :: 0 and complained of tUgt .j_
mouuuent to agitate stops the drains, heals inflammation and I la the paper laaur.:niRlpans :'" t>nia.'h Hd cuuU n;;|
until a beginning Is made in every one pounds is a fair yield. The cost i is ulceration, makes the baby's advent a Tabules. She 1 'y eat liki children of hadeterminedtoglvethem
from $:.5 to $30 an acre Prices fluctuate I : uRI ae do and what he
of these benighted places. Burlington, pleasure and his life a blessing No ft trial wu greatly .i..... .....h '_;t aid eat did not
a town of prominence in colonial andRevolutionary greatly I and many fortunes havebeen opiates or narcotics are contained in relieved by their use Ji.s.5..f.9 ;v 9'- with him. He wu his

has the distinction made anti lost in speculating on Favorite Prescription." and now takes the 1 and of saffron! color vY.
history Tat>ues regularly. She keeps a few cartons F.lpacsTabules Reading come of the testimonials In favor of
of possessing the oldest established these changes. One man down here people I read writes"Mrs what your.medicine Edwin had. Gardner.done for Box other, In the house and says she wI:! n jt be with. Rlpana: Tabul.e3,1: tried them. F.lj>am Tabules not 1

public library in the state, it having made $17.r>i.>0 in a few hours and another Beexhnood. Norfolk Co :\Ia--., so thought 70 cut them. The heartburn and lIlt'eplenrs.a baredisappeared only but actually curd L.y jjajserthe or.
with the Indigestion which was headaches have disappeared, bowels are I 0\, !1,
would found \
1 and I that it
was a
been organized in 175S; under a charter held his hemp a few days too to me and'mv family I began in June and blessing took; formerly great burden for her Our whole good Cvudition and Le never complains of JniltliJJlie, Fla'the d

granted by King George II. This library long and was out SMN IW.Hussia six bottles of your medicine and three xiaUof family take the Tabules regularly, especially after stomach. He Is now a red chubby,faced boy. I d t "
Pellets I took medicine a when I ft hearty meal. My mother Is fifty years of age wonJerful chance I a'tribate to Klpa&t Tab'atly rt to
Great jour year
Is owned by an association, but Italy Turkey had a ten pound girl 1 had the easiest tune I and U en> the best of health and spirits ; also I am liatlefW that they will b D6ft any one((1t' the 01"n..
is free to the public the city contributing Britain the East Indies, the UnitedStates ever had with anv of nu children. I have beenteny eats hearty meals, an Impossibility before she the cradle to old age) If Ukea in l" ttlons. \. tetiten at t I
: the well since. -I touk three bottles of" Favorite took Rlpani Tabulea. Assoc H.BLACCU.e : .
and the Philippines are principal ,. r.
$MO annually sup Prescription of Golden Medical section, rl'I'J3\1h! xcept :
three Discovery. t.;, t', II. ..... n
port. hemp producing countries of the : and three vials of 'Pellets: 1 had no sires or tie{ best "l''t't.- & J. .U/JJ1otOX J r p. ",.
towns world. It is singular how greatly [is appetite and could not tat much without it div A new style packet contain js i Ilto paper eartoa (without t. 1 ail (iallie.'i JR.,
Massachusetts has only seven 4;lte.
tr ssin.; me. Before I took the medicine I only a* some iruf *tore.-roa rr __ id,'d for the poor and th.a; (llectny 11d.
is the the hemp plant influenced by its en weighed and now I weigh ( r
and it pounds 175 ;
without IJ5
: a public library {oven of She Gyo-cenC carlo ,_ senilcj fortT-ei- -"" Il'L'0.j .
overtake vironment. Some climates so affect it Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets clear they CHHOCAICo rAITSo. 10Sr ajit : .E F. itmare Tf t '
ambition of New Jersey to v :?! kx book
\and surpass the proud Hay State in fa- that the fibers are ruined as far as an brain by cleansing the body of the. corI I I I ractxem.y.leaaknughbred! of Eau t-*An sn. I I1M I Court. home t'n'Q' dav.are now open af lOUti&; II
ruplion which clouds it. b.rb.r.hop. 1'Mr.;miles all Sunday ev to
jouungrcial use I ucernc.d. In the h... lit.
:llitles for: public enlightenment by $ en, Ormor'. tnimMtuiu .!. lAfroin tQjf\ -v/}

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'' ftt' BSEVABD' COUNTY STATE BANK.-Do i 8.F.TRAVIS& CO.:are Exclusive Wholesale Capt. and Mrs. ,SIcNab were calling ROBBINS } : I

1::i your business with the OldestState Bank in I Grocers and do not sell to consumers. They upon friends in Melbourne Wednesday.
: ; grevard county. Solid and conservative. i retail all other goods, carry a large stock,
; i and can meet all competition. Mr. Geo. Houston has-a. child very ill. GOOd 4ILA
r' i W. L.HUGHLETT, M. D., L.T. DANIEL, ThelHtleone is under the professionalcare & : ? i
t D. S.-Offices over The Indian River l THE TRAFFORD BA.KERY.-Firstquality CRAHAMJt
of Dr. .
Drag Co's stores,the leading Drug establish I Bread, made of high grade flour; sent to any : i

'I' <. .. ment of the Indian river country, i address;also never-failing home-made yeast C. McNab, Esq., has moved into i;
" cakes. Ice Cream Saturday.
'f$ THE COCOA BAKERY-Wm.StiGng, Prop. I every the cottage formerly occupied by Mr. BlOOd I w EEEL: ty .
> Fresh bread, cakes pies buns, rolls, candies i GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable and Mrs. Harrison. .
'I shipped to any point. Ice cream and !. Store for good, fresh and reliable goods 1
tees to order. Salesroom first door southof such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, Mrs. C. Bailey has been under Dr. Will practice in State and United States L
Mrs. Hill's millinery store DeL nnoy Ave. Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. Hebard's charge for a few days, but is Your heart beats over one bun- Courts. *

J again about as usual. dred thousand times each day. 4

1r.- UELBOURNE STATE BANK--Capital$15,. HODGSON BROTh ERS. Dry Goods, Ship The sharpie Lizzie took a spin to Mel- good or bad blood to your brain. I Abstracts Of Title furnished to land H tin

:-" *' 000. J. H. Phillipe, president; E. P. Branch; Chandlery, and Shelf Hardware, Pipe and bourne Saturday. J. E. M. Hodgson and Which is it? Brevard and Dade counties. **
,. I 1 cashier. The only bank on the lower river fittings. Clothing, Paints and Oils, Groceries. the Misses Hodgson were on board.
t- I tad the, pineapple region of Brevard county. Marine railway steamer for charter. If bad, impure blood, then your
Win. Treutler has of his You troubled
disposed crop brain aches. are
t l PEE & STEW ART.-Haroware of all kinds; FORT PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. of oranges at a fair price. A much larger with drowsiness yet car'"st steep. We have a large list of lands owned *

Building materials. Furniture and House quantity is looked for this coming year. You are as tired in the corningas by ourselves and clients. i
g Furnishings; Crockery and Glassware; C. P. PLATTS Physician and Surgeon. at night. You have no nerve | |
: i. Undertakers. Agents Sterling and Cres Calls to any point on the river promptly Dr. C. C. Booth'presented your corres- food does but

i-: .I cent bicycles.'I answered. Fo:t Pierce FI.fida.Wednesday pondent with some photographic viewsof power.little good.Your you Prices for Unimproved Lands :

Eau Gallie, quite up to professionalwork. Stimulants, tonics, headache] $3.00 to $100.00 acre.We .
: of last week Messrs. J. F. per
DP A AND D DOW m mI? com powders, cannot cure you; but 2
Wooten, S. S. Jones and R. Herndon have a few .
started out for a three day's hunt. They Dr. Hebard has been trying his handat
'! i sailing under the guidance of Capt. Residence, Orange Grove and Pineapple -
Brief Mention of Minor Matters Occurring got in Friday night with 75 quail.
McXab and First Mate Booth, of the properties in desirable loca
, .It', It at Oar Neighboring Towns Mrs. S. D. Grether, of Jacksonville, Frolic. tions. Prices reasonable.

but formerly of Indianola, passed through
COCOA. Cocoa last Thursday, accompanied by The steamer Kathleen returned from a I --

.. )Irs. Stewart of of charter to the Indian river narrows on tf
Tropic, spent part some friends, en route to Indianola.Mr. -OFFICES i
$ last Thursday in town. Wednesday. Three or four gentlemen I I'I
(; Belton Covar, after spending sev- formed the party. I TITUSVILLE and MIAMI.
.- Mr. Fred Bryan, of Bonaventure, was eral months at West Jupiter, returned to I -- -
I in Cocoa for a time Tuesday.Mr. his home Sunday lie now has chargeof Messrs. Keith, Clark, Booth and Mc-
Nab took a run to the beach EAST COAST MEAT MARKET. :
J. F. Wooten was a visitor to Ti- one of Mr. C. W. Crabb's new car- over ocean
Saturday in the yawl Frolic i
t tusville the first of the week. riages. G. F DOREN, Agent
Nab in command.The .
Mrs. A. S. Botsford, of Eau Gallic, wasa
)Ir. Mike Frey, of Bonaventure, was :
pleasant visitor in town last Thurs Rochester will of
very :: carry a party
in town for a short time last Friday.
day. Mrs. B. brought her bicycle along tourists from this point to Daytona and : ,

Sheriff Brown visited our town Tues- and enjoyed a spin on our finely shelled Ormond this week. Capt. Aaron Bennett t Florida

day to see if everything was allright.Mrs. streets. will be in charge of the excursion.Dr. and

Carpenter, of Lotus, was one of Mr. Bob Savage;: of Christmas, arrivedin
DuBose the Misses DuBose and : Lt. \
{ our down river visitors Thursday. town Wednesday morning with 18 will. It makes the liver, kidneys, S'S Western
Miss Perrineati, of Melbourne, were calling : -
skin their
and bowels
wild turkeys besides several] head of perform
- Miss Lily Iyroockr of Merritt, was upon friends in Eau Gallie Tuesday. proper work. It removes all impurities leafs
chickens ducks which he
guineas, etc.,
t visiting in town for a while Monday.Mr. Dr. DuBose inspected St. Johns church from the blood. And it
found ready sale for at the hotels at Rock-
T. G. Ronald] of Lotus, attended ledge. \\hilein town. makes the blood rich in its life- of all

the gun shoot last Saturday afternoon. Misses Fannie C. Carter and Jennie Mr. and Mrs. Smailes and party, in giving properties. i s4. f Kinds

Mr. Arthur Brown, of Titusville, spent Merredith left last Thursday on the 12:48: their houseboat, returned to Eau Gallie To Hasten 1h. ,

: part of last Saturday and Sunday in town. train for Palm beach. They returned Tuesday, after a prolonged cruise to Recovery I
' points on the lower ri\er. The report You will be cured :
Sunday on the steamer St. Sebastian, party more rapidly
Mr. Chas. Sloane left Wednesday on Titusvilte( Florida.
f 4 Ills return to his home and business::::: in thoroughly charmed and delighted with a most enjoyable trip. if you will take a laxative dose ofAyer's I ,-_. ,
pills each night. They :
, Janesville, Wis. their trip. The ladies aid will have an entertainment arouse the sluggish liver and thus II .....FOR..... ,'t'

', : The members of the gun club had a Some hunters, hailing:; from the west and dance about the 14th inst, St.Valentine's cure biliousness. I A Shave and a Hair Cat N

shooting contest Saturday afternoon, the side, were in town Tuesday, bringing with day. Look to your armour,
. the little with the bow and Write to our Doctors.
them a panther skin of enormous size- boys, god
; first in some time. We bare the exclusive services of ... GO TO....
I measuring 9 feet, not including] the tail. arrows will, no doubt, be present. For some of the most eminent phvsicians in \
several in Eau the United States. Write freely aU the i ,
After spending days A guest at one of the hotels at Rockledge particulars see hand bills. particulars in your case. C th '==- ':-'=-
't Gallie visiting friend, Miss Julia Roberts Address, PK. J. C. AYER : arrn ers !
purchased it for the sum of$10. The Spartan is almost ready for work; Lowell, Hau. f
.returned Sunday.Mesdames Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, our efficient the last coat of paint is being put on the : ..... Shop,

1 Smith, Wethy, Wagner and vessel this week. The event will be i 1
health officer, was in town for a while None but experienced }
Kingman, of Georgiana, paid Cocoa a I on Wednesday of last week. lie took celebrated by a moonlight exclusion\ ; men employed and work-I I TITUSVILLE.

visit last Saturday.Mr. the 5 o'clock train going south at this particulars later.Irs.. Nesbitt will __ ._ _, _u____ ___ ___ ______- I,I satisfaction FLORIDA.

Harry Sloane made a short visit place, meeting his daughter and granddaughter manage the outing, which is a guaranteeof GEOKGIAXA.Mrs. ;, J. L. CABBI-THEES, Proprietor.

to Jacksonville, going up Saturday ands and going on direct to Key its success. J. YV. Bruner has been, and stilli j Ij

returning Monday.Miss \Vtt. -quite sick, and, although recovery i Ii __George_Peeples,
The modern and most effective for be slow her friends look
Willie Otwell, a charming young Mr. C. B. Jerome, of Chicago: arrivedin cure may yet upon j-----" --
and all liver troubles the ji
constipation her
lady of Bahia, was a very pleasant visitorin town Sunday afternoon to spend the recovery as probable. i Old dbson
famous little known PeWitt's
:: pills as :: i ,
town last Saturday.Mr. remainder of the season. It is probablethat Little Early Risers.:: B. IL Wilson & Son.MELIJOUUNE. Mary Wittfeld, since the death of her I door to Car.; nest TINSMITH,

Mrs. Jerome and Miss Irene will mother, is topping with friends in Co- ruthers'harbershop.Washington .
ri. F. Gibbs, Melbourne, was a'isitorln I Ave.. TITL'!'VILL. ; --
% i town for a time Monday. We follow later. Their many friends made: coa; Carl, her brother, is making his FL..
during their stay here last winter will be home with Mrs. Black, his grandmother, 'I Tiusmithiiig,Roofing, Guttering and all kit,.
were very glad to see )Ir. James Powell, of W.mkegan, 111 of repair work promptly attended to.ds
delighted to welcome them again. at X-eamis.
Mrs. Thomas Greene, of Lotus, was avery arrived here Saturday. i 1 Work from down the river solicited.-..._
Monday afternoon Feb. 3th from i Mrs. P. II. Black has returned to __ ___
welcome visitor in our town last ; to The oyster given by the ladies' u __
o'clock Lizzie Hughlett entertained supper Oceanus after twin:: detained here during -
Thursday, also again Tuesday. avery guild, was quite a ufce:'*.
the recent illness and death of her
large number of her little friends at
Charlie Schoonmaker is again in town, her 13th birthday anniversary. Delicious A jolly party of young) people enjoyed a daughter, Mr*. P. I I. Wittfeldhodied; irange TreesGrafted

.. having come up last Sunday from Eau refreshments were served and the little moonlight sail last Tuesday night. at her home on'the :IJlst nil. at 6:30: a. m. i _
Gallic on the steamer St. Sebastian. The remain laid to
were rest Sunday
enjoyed themselves immensely, as Mr. F. C. Hewitt i U peen almost dailyin and
Mrs. Winslow Bisl>ee, of Lotus, was in they always do on these annual occasions. his yacht, Hippie. Monday he sailedto evening in the cemetery at this place. -. -
Thereill bo extended notice of
town for short time Tuesday, coming up Dr. and Mrs. DiBol are now at Palm sun Gal lie and b_'ck. her death in the mare future. on 4 and 5 year old orange roots. i

and returning on the steamer Spartan. Beach enjoying the fine service at the The Misses Mo-a Williams, Kiltie Martin near drafts i to 1 inch diameter to 6 I li

Mrs. Sticknoy, a lady spending: the win- Hotel Royal Poinciana. The doctor left Mattie poke and Vera Ilibbs visited: There vas a birthday party for one of feet, well brunt-Led. sCan

ter at the :Sanitarium, :Merritt, was a very Sunday morning on his launch, Millie, Melbourne Beach Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. OAens' children last Friday and agood supply the foil wing varieties: t,

pleasant visitor in town last Wednesday.Mrs. : taking it down to deliver it to Mr. Sterry, attendance and an enjoyable time "'
and Mrs. T. C. Nicho-on! arrived RUBY BLOOD.
the :: were realised. On the following day
popular mana-rerof the Royal Poin-
F. M. Tyler and her little daughter from }) week and ; ST. MICHAELS.
ciana, who has bought it. )lrs. DiBol aytomthi are occupying little Willie Barnett, a :grandson( of ......... b" 1; SAN FOID'J
Edith, of Fort Pierce, were pleasant left Tuesday on the 12:48: train. one of the Brown cottars.Mr. ; Ilev.A.I V. II I;COI'k, followed suit with -I MEDITERRANEAN, i
visitors in town last Friday and Satur- reMilts. The little folks who 1 ROES GRAPEFRUIT. ,
The Fred( Fee, who is attending school pleasant :
Jarvis house shows
day.Mr. following named guestsW.: L. at MeaJville, Pa., hns had typhoid fever, attended enjoyed themselves highly, The best trees in tbe state at auy price. j
J. 0. Fries, our worthy surveyor, Murphy, but is now reported out of danger.Mrs. sj>en was in town last Friday shaking hands Baltimore; A. Lightfobt, St. Louis; at once '
with old friends. From here he went onto S. Edick and wife: Alcott, N. Y.; E. S. Carter anti a number of friend weather is all that could be desired i

Jensen. Martin, Chicago; J. C. Bates, Savannah; went to Fountain Heights I Tuesday: for a in case the planting of :seed:: resetting I Will be prepared for the next sixty
: of from the seed lied into days to graft to order any trees that \
Mrs. F. M. Tyler and daughter, Fort pienic. All report a good time.: plants be till
required to orders for .
may '
;t'v. G. M. Davidson conducted theervices Pierce; J. L. Guild, F. T. Guild, Providence Mr. J. B. Mills arrived Friday from the field or the :growing and maturing of I my old and new customers who may
] church
in the last
Episcopal It.: I.; U. E. Merritt, Montgomery crop are considered. The recent cold I want fine tree either on small or ,
Ala. I He will his
Birmingham, spend
He administered the holy communion Ala.; C. B. Jerome, Chicago. wave, from all the writer has I learned, Urge stock. Will meet all demands ;
vacation with his sister, Mrs. Truitt. fur '
taugriiut'taiid grapefruit. Will
has done but little harm. The !beans
Last : out IS,'*** trees these
Saturdaynight tlfere\ put over to two -
The members of the Warm club have little was some An entertainment and dance will \lIe growing; in the field lost Mme top foliage, 'i \'aril'titd.ln'.i

moved in town and are row occupjing excitement going on over the rank: given this Friday evening; at Educational but the lower branches remain more orlets

Mrs. A. F. Lapham's cottage on Har.riisoa of two wheels, one by Mr. T. U. Puckett hall for the benefit of the regatta fund full of bloom and fruit, with new c,. w. CONi i t.
and the other
by M r. Win. Hindle, and "
street.. I I the rattle of a rifle by )Ir. S. S. Jone .\ jolly party of Melbourne people visited leaf growth developing.; .. I Ol'KL.WAlIXL'llSERIES.. .
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}..oollerIrrdlant, Capt. .\Michael, 1)11'. W. Gilmore Frink, of Coquina, heim: Tropic and Ean iallie last Monday ImstL.\\U.: I OCIL.&VTMIh= LonIDA

arrived in port lat Saturday, and after so fortunate as to get the two wheels, in :Mr. Claude Ht.'alljl'an'cht, the Ida I -

taking abuatd a good supply, set sail i j then selling the sterling) the one rallied May. Mr. F.11'hite spent| Saturday in Micco. I! The MostComplete

Wednesday.Mrs. by Mr. Hindle, to Mr. S. S. Jones. )lr. T. S. Drake went to Melbourne !
:; Mr. Arthur, the 1-"I'aroll:: sort of Mr. U. A.
and :! Frank Hamilton vas the one favored died the first of the Saturday, returning same day. : i
C. \\ Crabl daughter, Edith, Conkling, of Tillman, : i
i I with the rille.I Work the saw mill i* progressing, ELECTRICALSUPPLY
arrived in town Tuesday afternoon on a I week after an illness of several months. on ;

visit: to Mr. Crabb. They will spend i} The auction !sale of Prof. G. IV. )Ii- lie was a youth highly esteemed: by all. but the mill i iz not running yet.

several days.:: : chad's household effect saved from the: Mrs. Mary M. Fee died last Friday Mr. L. C. :Moore took a party to the HOUSE. .

The ladies' Aid society at their last lire was very well attended last Saturday evening at her home on Melbourne .h;. inlet Tuesday in his launch, the Kreililoune. it

home of Mrs. morning. Cot S. F. Travis acted a- in the state, \
met at George
'iiieetmg Mrs. Fee wa seventy-three year of a:,e,
<. ingeton! A goodly number of ladies i 1 auctioneer and was very successful, every- and will! greatly mi.-sed by her many Mr. aryl Mrs. (i. W. King spent a few THEJohnson :

mere pteteut.J thing brniting: a good price. There wa-; friends a-s well as by her relatives. d,1IWfl'; looking after their bee- returning -

great, deal of interest displayed a;> to Tuesday to Wabasn. Ii
( and )Ir::-. Hill, of Pennsylvania, ar- who would get the piano, which i il of a Mr \\'. T. Wellwho, left here several Law
j raved last Thursday on the 1_:"> train, landsome months with his for tour of I
very oaken ('a-l', with bronze a::o family a
E oing on over 'to their handsome:: residence i- ornaments and Cornish:: make. )1 r. S. S. the old world writes from Wada Haifa, ..k.GL0vEFITTIG; '; COMPANY

I1 at Indianola. 1 Jones wa the fortunate one, his bid being in Kirypt, KX) miles up the river Nile, ---- ,

Mrs. Jas. ('doperI'ri"l'l.l Wednesdayof '|the highest. Mrs. S. S. is consequently that neither thy climate nor scenery of CORSETS.i .

last week from Jacksonville, and now I'!happy I and now wel.t music tills the that country can compare with that of i i nl-TTI-Rll1 l\TTERXS. .: T Electrical Jngineers!
ihe and her husband are occupying rooms air." Indian river.Hyler's I !sl '
I t\ r t jn the Ever building. Miss Jennie Merredith, who has been I T 1

II The Brexanl County Mate bank is visiting her friend, MNs Fannie Carter, I\s and Pt'Iia Tablets, pleasant relief., iI I KID (HI.On. 4 ,
to take, give permanent
I \Sking very neat with the doors and for the past six or seven weeks, left to- 30 easy day treatment, $1.00.< : Mailed on receipt A. ;' SllI.ES. }t.- i: JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .

Vds\ork newly varnished, Mr. S. P. day for Lakeland. She will also visit of pi kv. s I i

doing the work. Tampa before going on to her home in :\h'ltIMIl'K Ci-KE Co., Atlanta, Ga.OVTKK (i PRY GKlS LA Edison La Cantle Samson i
\ ,1 hr: l'ula'ki, Tenn. )Ii Merredith has I L I and dry batteries for j
who travels Po TItUNA;, : gas
l .. S. G.,.y-nlandinghani made a large number of friends during : > OYSTE1tS: : engine ignition bell and "
111 '' Bond Lumber Co. ,
f\,the D ; ,
lair her stay I MATTING, F 1
.1't. among Us-, and we to
home Ih ,, regret give Fresh Indian river ovMer: to order. annunciator work.
calling on some 0"\ ILIR .
for some guts to 1 ;:' grees"s', but hope to have h visit Send to J as. A. Kn-sell: : M. Luck who FUES1TCUE, ; A. I I '
entertain ti J nftday.. .is t.Dix on cr, a..uco Frater.' She is thoroughly will give you prompt attentioll.o.a..STOR.IA.. I, '' Work done in all .

.! L.. and F. T.Provide. Gu'.d''n Tl.j 11. Sharpeida, and perhaps 0the STOVES, 'I parts of the state. r
lime "A'Z a vex I to ,.'[, from the Jlc l.ove successful-i.! eget ., : t ti. l'OISE'D'. I Ifil ELECTRIC LIGHT
a1: of the -. ;,, "*' J llorida The Kind You Have Arrays Bought
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: F in regard to the wily Kruger has thus The luxeuil laces bid fair to grow In

,$ 1 THE[ FATfflIES[ ijf t WAR far proved wrong there Is no certainty favor as they do In beauty. The nets J. --JI- -:;;: "--- d '

about this one. There are known to and laces are so closely incorporated

be more soldiers around Pretoria than making these that it looks like a "con-
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-. DECREASED anybody supposed, and no account has tinuous performance.
MORTALITY IN THE FACE been taken of the women,who can fight There are some pretty soft nets with r'f'1 f'

t. OF DESTRUCTIVE GUNS. nearly as well as the men. While chil- lace applied over them, and these are y

.I r.if dren the Boers teach their girls as well edged with delicate silk fringe. Very I

Changea In Method of War/are. as boys to handle guns, and the women narrow black velvet ribbon Is sewed to Ii.I BJ8. I
Relath'e Strength of the Urltl.h never get too old to shoot well. Theyare each edge with excellent effect. Someof ., r .,. For Infants and Children.
fit '. I ''' '
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and Boer-The War From a Financial as courageous and combative as the manufactured trimmings are -. -. = I
iI. Standpoint. the men and. If occasion requires will marvels of delicate work. I have a ,i'-'W. : -:: --3 :
f I
I [Special take their places in the fighting ranks. sample before me now just long enoughto !t { The (Kind{ You Have
B .. CAPE TOWN, Jan. 8.-Xotwithstand-] When Kruger predicted that If the show the design. It is done on fine l JW a; t 6fj ml'

t 0' British conquered it would be at a white net. One part of the design Is II --

t..... ", fng Boers the superior marksmanship of the price that would stagger humanity, he a scroll made of overlapped spangles 'i I .., : --c- Always Bought

and the latest and most destructive was making no Idle boast. in iridescent colors each side edged efablePrcp&ratiOrlroi.As-- .

f' types of guns on both sides the CECIL $o 'T. with a line of very narrow beads. II slmilating ihcroodcndReguta-

casualties so far during the war have Looped through this is a circle of pearl
... "I think I would with tIltileSloQachsar! m cahelel' Bears thesi
t been astonishingly small. I do not go crazy beads with a frill of narrow white I' :
; were it not for Chamterlain's Pain Balm"writes i
mean to lace around it, and where the two links I
convey the idea that this war Mr. W. H. Stapleton, Herminie, \i! liSff.l
; ., is not bloody and terrible, as all wars Pa. "I have been afflicted with rheuma- loop is quite a little bunch of spangles : ... ature:

f are. but certainly the destructive tism for several years and have tried remedies sewed on as closely as they can be. 'I I
qualities (
r of without number, but Pain Balm i is This 'is intended as a border for the Promotes DigesUon.ct :ful'I' ,
new weapons are not so great the best medicine I ever got hold of." neck of evening dresses or the edge of I' ucss ands csr Contains neither Il ,

:, i as their Inventors would have us be- One application relieves the pain. For a tunic or heading for a flounce. It Is 'I' Opmm.}Iorpuine: nor}fincrol. 0IOTNARCOTIC. .

!ien-. Statistics of war fatalities in sale by B. R. Wilson & Son.Tendency bright, graceful and delicate.It **! 'f

.4 the past are not at hand but I recall seems to me that there are more t ... _

the stateineu that during the Crimean R RUNNING I G 10 TRIMMINGS. of the heavy Plauen laces in all overs, Iit II aII

'war the Prussians fired 43,000,000: shots set "pieces and borderings than ever. ft"tc/Ol.llr: !S'Nl.ZZPI1'CBEIl .

t- and killed 48,000 men. or about one toevery Many entire dresses are made of this I. II Jim./ln Stfll"lx
f to Elaborate Ornament In lined with some contrasting! color. SennaJtoAt'Je
010 shots fired. Since that timerapid i-
firing guns have greatly improved Femininettire, There are also many appliques and cut I AIUM SwltJ'PCmsint. In
I the [Special Correspondence.] work designs in taffetas and in fine / -
: efficiency of both artillery and
NEW YORK. Feb. (!.-.\ garment without
tF r any kind of trimming is like a planned arabesques. Some of the taffetas I larified txnvr. a A !I
3 i
landscape without trees hills! or water have lines of spangles all along J Use

, -veiy flat and uninteresting. A dyes s all cut edge This! makes it necessary Apcrfcct Remedy for onstip.1-

: : particularly requires some sort of to have' larger spaces There is another tion, Sour Stom,chDiarrhoea, ,
f :adornment and there is an embarrass plan, and that f Is; to have thin Worms.Comnlsions Jevcrish-
f R 8 0
lueut of riches in this stuffs decorated with a l' r
respect just: now. an applique of 0
L' tress and Loss OF SLEEP. : J U
I remember reading a description of a fife lace tlowers. These are also put '.. S

dress in Harper's Magazine of the upon crepe de chine fine veiling and Facsimile Signature of .
S> B
- date of ls: (). The dress itself was thin and sheer lawns. |

M plain, with full sleeves and no collar. OLIVE HARPER. I 1-rE'V YOHI{;. 111 iniiliftXACTCOPYOF I i ..), :Jrs
The waist was snug and sewed to the ;

s t d r'k skirt which was gathered very full That Throbbing Headache

_j\9\ Down the front breadth in the center Would quickly leave you if yon jsedIr ':;t', ft: :'r'r-i\: .
was a funny little trimming made of King's Sew Life Tills.! Thousands! of I1g e :' !
1i\ { I Ie
sufferers have proved their matchless merit Mt' tJ .
1 1 for it'kIld nervous headaches. They n .1'

make pure blood and strong nerves and WRAPPEB. ftl t ,J JI

build up your health. Kasy to take. Try ....,... !'
then Only :2" cents, money back if not -- THE CS.R COMa,, NrW 'lOR" CITY. ,

. cured Sold I bs' 1;. It. Wilson! & Son, drug- 'f5'' u :: } i !

rt gists. 5
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tiitidrtLditr>w t uSdisi *ltrilSiy+ tit w t dia uyuti SwtYtidi ,t wCR'rrNGSTREES SOei J

govcinuieut of ]France is kept busy 3 SMPPED FREIGHT PREPAID. F c
votini: confidence! in itself.New York : :
.oa ""." '" .
World. I ..?& HOW //often/. F
nll ,;duesu't care to jro to war with 3 ells you all about it art describes over 6
little Japan for fear of getting a "japanfinish. v !jTOMNWSmil 0 varieties of choto- frUits and fljwers.Oranges f:
."Indianapolis! Journal. \; I. Peaches I'luait Pei -'morons, 6
The .e., I AND SHRUBS Fijr Mu'lHfsries: Nut Trees, irapes, 6fe
Herman emperor belongs to such a Oaaraint?! Tries, Roses, etc. ".
numerous family that he cannot be expected / .7 fated for Southspa Plsningt

. /-1- I.4 his to promise never to fight any of ., Also a Complete Stock of Fieid an,; uunU-n: Seed and Faivy Poultry. fer:

r. RED CROSS WORK. The relations.-1Cahluton Italian government: announces Star. thatit 3jt* ....Everything1 for the Faint, Orchard or Garden....

infantry, and the number of shots: that will make the :I1.lillt'rrnrl"l' of that 3 IHgh-GI'Jdo t7oof/s' arstf Ic; :v Pr/css Our 1/1ato. ef

can be tired in a given period has increased country equal to any in the world-another 3 r- .... .1"3 i-
i'- many times over. The proportion echo of the peace confl'l'cnce.-lu. -2 5 Catalogue Free... iJe f.:1 rJIJ3fj' B1'&S* uO., E F

of fatalities, however, has grown 1P diauapoiis_.v's.Gobbed.. \ur.erie" and IV.t Grounds PC3RQNA f URS fE::' .
-- -
, less th> Graw.- .; at 'laiiettwy: t'ya. Jnhsonvillo, Fla !: .. --
4 In the American civil! war the losses or: Fb..
A incident hp'!\111'R'itM1tTTMT1+ 1'1\1'1'''' PR+"' AtTTM'''1tT"' T'''fi'R'''1+T1tTfi!!tl\' !Si Nt+4
were appalling when compared with I staitling; of which! Mr. John i!I IL
Oliver) of Philadelphia, way the subjectis I
anything since. In some battles the los II
narrate 1 him I II
: by a* follows: 1 wa
MIS T 0 per cent of the 1 troops engaged, I
in a most ,dreadful) r( Ii iititn. My skin
and losses of from 15 to _!.- I '
r per cent .
I I : vva alltn+-t yellow.! v -- -'irkii: tOll lt1 t'
were ('Ulllll1l1U.t immortal I'.alakla-I coated, pain continually in hal'k1Il1

t tag when most: people thought the I sides i'u appctti.rnuliiaUy growing

Light brigade were practically anni weaker day by <:l-iv.' Thice physicians

:' hill tl'll. the actual loss was only U7 pertent. t I had given me:up Fortunately: a friend
In the use of modern, weapons ;ah'isydh'vin''I"et: : Itl't':: l Binl'I'-.' and tmy < "J

there is a )greater proportion of wounded :great joy and !our"l j".., the tirst bottlt- 1 ,
made decided: I
a improvement. continued
t and a less proportion of killed. It
. their \It' for thiee weeks, and am
Is a. notable fact moreover, that a I I fDj'U; HOME DKKSS.:
+I now a well ilia II, 1 know they ,;:\\t.ll1I\' / fAtU
.-... greater' proportion of tIlt' wounded rel j| l lace anti riM-on like linked circlesI life, and robbed the irrave of smother vii:. ? \4C\

L cover. The small bullets hut at terrific I;I, 'This dross spoken of as "very tiiu." No one :-1111nl,1 fail: to try them .

force, are partly accountable for !l'daLorate.i ." 1 \\'lIlllll'r'hat the wearers Only :>(OcenS, iriia.'antced, at 1 P. H, \\' ,pW this but much credit imM h't'n to I' i of those dresses would think of son iSen's: ilnig stirr. "> kKsMI'.KI

) improved methods of Misery and thl'j 1 J some of the confections: of today?

: t'tit'h-ut! work of the ted Cross I A plain dress today is more ornate v .sT a3 = .

f similar! institutions.In I Ii i than that, and an elaborate one would I Bears the ha Kind YDJ Ha',8 Always BoughtBigaature t
I i\ iveentiirs more soldiers have make those dead and guile persons'hair :

lied from nckucss.: than from injuries 1 rise. Well the world do tiune of :
. 4 I' \% yr C e/r \
in combat. In explanation of the deviva.M'il if th1nl1..t'SIl't.. In the picture with ;

mortality! in battle marked: i this i is a simple home dress for a young "Q'Ix tkJ)
ou.'iMi'i's in methods mu>t be taken into Iuly. The material; I is the delieate. Dr.Flouting. IIauHttIt't s ,

account. The brilliant charges of the I I frosty blue zibelinehieh has taken; ( Dental Apartments, i

past are now seldom attempted. The so well with womankind! this season.
luau behind :he: breastworks has gruwuiu :{ The skirt is pl:!in. bU there is a shshtil on E .y i l t t 1 JI

, importance. Human ingenuity has I II| tunic over it, and this is triiunud DENTOSNow I 1l d .. I' .

J M"* WtlrY.I'il011l1l'I'S in the way of destructive with \\hite silk applique antI passementerie. I

mechanism, Iut equal if notgrcnUT I The waist i is! of taffeta ,.f :S.. rII.I1\T s
ingenuity: has evolved methods the color, with .\ r1'U.M
same a draped gel t.OWl' W I -.\_ _
P.r.U: 11
of JU'<'p'.ng: out of the way.As I this i is a titraro made entirely of

the war adxances the world, including the while lace and pa":w'tutnterie. The JACKSONVILLE AND NEW YORK

,, the 1'ritMi, realizes the st':.tematic collar i is a draped stock of the taffeta, I THE BOOK OF THE TEAR. ('a1'ill at t'hul-toll.O: :;. ('., !Imthi\'>..
preparations which the I'ocrs have I with a full IH.W with
very jabot ends Tlic I'ilu't Sh'nmhll" in Ilic Oisi i,,
been "The Bow-htgged Ghost and Other Stories c Sort ice. .
making;: during the pat several readmit to the belt. This is made of I .

years. hi tl.c first; place, both the white chiffon. with an ed:;ini; of en-am With an introduction by- -.r Tin: C't.\U Z; Oliil' I:'(; I. \ \1) \\U: 101'1111':1I.IXUS tH.t.t

Transvaal and the Orange Tree State coloredaleiicieiines.. On the sleeves Am erica's I!:!!!! ;rJ.l i.
hate plenty of money. In l.svr the I are the epaulets of the passementerie.Another greatest poet I : t f mrt.II1i1[ I! scrvuiI' I Between

revenue of the Tra lls\ml was OUT S I.- dainty touch is where a tiny James Riley.Whitrocib An- : ... !Uil1 m. I Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, and all eastern points.

IHHHK, ami in ivi! ;'. its annual income I: chiffon frill is sewed inside the top of illustrated volume ". '.)<.fi. t'il.n!: at ( 'harl..t.." !both ways.

had im-iva-ed to nearly $:__', lli.. .lIi..ILI. .the tOl'k.wl this is just a simplehome u m uf orous originalh .. 'X.t.7. I :>LMIVKIKLYILIX: : : ;<.
+ 'ii ,
t War pri-paraiious mite been going I i dress: sketches, verse I Imr II "u' i,'iimi.U Fnml.\\I\\ItI1.J.l I: "rI"I'1! Kn'.n ,'.M.I ..f Hn_ n, Strt'' ;n-1 ,, .
I, facetious 'i'i-fe \
paragraphs : : [
on under the direction of President! Speakin-Jt of trimming remind* me of and col. 1: i' 1:.\'IH'S ST. ..JOHnl'I: :n I..J E. '.

t' I Kruger for :tit }'l'aI'S The dynamite the many u>es and kinds of tl'iIllntingespecially thut UV.ui'S.will A book "I-V ': .r' Dhl'.ua l LINK.iSotuccn :. 4,

t factories at Xuffoutein, a creation of fringes. There is a pretty disappoint tha not w \". $ 4\11 I Jac-K>utltiltts au l etllltort2. ,:

J Kruger's: : are the largest and tinc t in fan-y in having white embroidery with reader. as ite I _.l'L -t'
; :.i." _' at 1'alatka. ,\.tur. St. Fi.iii'ikn! f nl !
:i.t rs a new .:: I Muia -> <> t tlifl tiul). Blue Sprui---. :11; 1 .liar
-tJ the world. Tht''l't' constructed by a fringed edse. This is inh'uh-'tllllllst- ::::,.1 heretofcroineplored : a .(; i ::111. I i.'inl: ,T !ailiIn''mi >t. .Inhn.t r \,'1.t"ll1" .
Herman experts and can turn out any ly fur dimitj suits, but it is very novel.Some \ + '.. "- \ ,';''' /', ; "FEIKh'K: DKB.VKV." CHT.V.. A. SHVW, isa|>i>niutcd to sail a* fu.i\\x-!! :
explosive known science.. The fortifications of the trimmings for handsomeevening fici.J. j ,iff, hamor. m ." ." t !.,-a\t J.ti-ksinvnifSSip.: : : : in.. Snu.l.iv-, Tm--, lay> and( Tluiis 's.
k to beic' ;; id I.'aSail I'.',i '<'INI ,
11 a. III. KnterpriM- ::5 ii.t. in Mondays. \\/III :+b} sod Frnia.vrthiniiti. -..
of Pretoria are somethingwhich : dros.xvs have !braid tare and >td aliAid! and' .

tiff world does not yet know, spangles all ('Olin+lned. The part intended roar eiyoved ft'iuir among (-ita!'!, "Tha B<>w.h'i! ( ..hrts ".uthKuwd.! SCHKIH'LK. \" .ljut It is safe to say that they include to mark the design: is of brai ll. "When Ezra!: i"b FM: }:".- "TinMan. \\'!hLaush I 1-a.1 down R.-ad up.Arnvei ". \
,. Cr.i! :'t ," "i\.>' TII.. I': F'.ti.rHx.VV Lctt.. r:3:3n prig -- -- : HII\'illl'! -- . INI :
filling that money and I skill:: can To this is sewed the l.-'ce. mwl1i! ".Selling I.wk.f Htir," "No \\di.aL, NFad '': j>tI. -- -- .- _ __I'ittatka n.. !.. s IH' am J
1 liigautie forts may be seen pure is oftenest s<,,'n. and upon this are ,'' "S.x'iety Ao'revses" ek-, etc This fir* ... ::1110.:1 . \.Ior ." _- -__ .c ')1, putu i
edition tfouitd printed on extra ti .u. .. |pIli
in clotti
side of the town and the lat- sewed the 13U :UII -St. F'rnn''i- ._ _
>panirles. .sometimes larireand paper,an<1 Htanliitelv. the bet humorous hm*! putIiaheit. -- "h - - 1 tki, pia '
' i is in the rve..ed! fur SI.of _llt'rsfol'li 1I-I.Ilnl' 1'.' .
/ heaviest' artillery sometimes small and st-metimes' Worth $2.50, postpaid .. -- III/ u'n
Order at once head 1W our new gpmal: WusU'ated Ii t"1 am - -HilII' l'rill, __ 11 ijy :
\ pfi the best hoer and Europeanulv blak and other times mixed. One the lofc .\TI\"' am
catalogs( u-e-A '! free tdyou t .. - -- -- --- -- Sutnl I. - ____ __ 9 W '
'" ins i WI and .. "' The way iu style i-f fringe lias :t heading,; of threerows =: prices oa all good bo,nks. AIress all ordcra t 1 I :: nut -_ ,L'. I '!' "/ u_ 9 am. ,' C
( hls r\ entZ loil n army cau captur" of jet beads and to that hUll the I THE WERNER COMPANY.fublliheri -- -
tome lUlU. submiw-ii. ,'.k'i":..: and !otaDU: tturen. Akron, OllU E. B. WAGER, Agent, Titusville, Florida. .
ea'to'lgg/it ? t'grl't.'S "ft ''l'This was l'Olllixon. -
for some gue' \ ,. ... ,
The Werner Cuaani I. s r :;:hl:y rei: : !1l. : r
lio> entertain fi .1'11 fur grinned u V J) cf, *.U50 co grt'I'Ul'anlt's.: aIl -- General Passenger and Ticket Office, 204est Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla. '_ _

Jnnie fMri?' .,has'4 been takeniajJroftheseA .. i TIJ H. Sharpe reXs strung between | \\'. II. WARBl'RTUX. T I'. .L F. M. ItioNMONCEK. Jr. F. I'. A., f
o P'J J..... the McF ective trimmiuj;. : Bowling! Grt-cn. New Y-ik. xn \\\-,t Stl ville Fla.
,t 2.1& ,nr i'Trep ...n c wIth ies entirely of CUBES WHtrit ALL tlbt rAHS.. T. P. LO1'ELL. Ast. Fla. :Supt, JNO. L. HOWAKI, SuperintoidSHUM. ,
-nd and f re a ". JUt .yin Bestt'uuehsyrup. TatesGou.1. Ube Pout! !llIau Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Foot Rogan: Street, _
h do, Silver'fas w"V ture nsr ers of cut st.'I. In time. wId Dc dnict9. .. f.. u.I-.I:. yt \I. 1'. tL\IJt.: d: CO. Jacbonville.FIa.8
the < deep as the Traffic Manager General Agents,
ay 'J>o." h :t06 b fhesobrouxh Building, IH state street, Xew York.
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' .::1. THE FLORIDA STAR does not regard Gov. Roosevelt's or both. And it is possible that its I

ambition to be president with any Japan's purpose to draw Chinaas I lAKINGI

.1 of his he her ally into the with Russia
, Entered at the postoffice at Titnsville as degree danger to prestige, war -

. .l54[ second-class mail matter. has forebodings of evil should that it is believed to be impendng. -

.' Ellil Roosevelt remain governor for another .
K' Wager, Editor and Publisher.
term. Ill a nutshell, according to the
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. expert quoted, Russia is as readyto ABSOLUTE ARE

; SUBSCRIPTION PER ANNUM' ; The Way Open for the Canal.It fight as she can be in a year or .

."" >. 75 CENTS FOR SIX MOaiTHS.Advertising is said that Great Britain has such a matter, but she does not desire Makes the food more delicious and wholesome %'

':'.f' : Rate Famished on asked nothing in return for consenting to fight now; Japan, on the IIOY!
{ Application. to such a modification of other hand, is anxious to fight now, .

of Communications local on live topics, especially the Clayton-Bulwer treaty as will but is not quite ready. A year or a I L. Gaulden, salary county judge --- 25.00
interest, solicited. But the editor ,
are little hence the Russian COUNTY ijMMI G T. Wetmore, ice 1.35
more great ------------------ .
reserves the right to condense them to suit. permit' the Nicaragua canal to be
Brief items of neighborhood news always railroad will be completed. It will A. Johnson wood for writs house2.00
t desired. wholly within the control of the A..Johnson, wood for Clk.and tax col. 2.00

United States. The suggestion is be a highway over which hundredsof Official Account of 'I H. Walton, advertising-----_------ 11.00
It must be clearly understood that neither thousands of the czar's troopscan Session J. Cockshutt, registration officer__ 10.41
thrown that this show of
THE STAB nor its editor is responsible for out generosity .
s The board of A. Stewart, accountant15.00
opinions : be quickly placed in the territory -
-< expressed by correspondents. was made for the purposeof making annual report___ 35.00
T'uesday, Feb. 6th, I
*. ; Subscribers will confer a favor on THE gaining sympathy in this country which Japan covets and which nent. Present J. )[, Sanders, holding inquest_____ 3.00
STAB if she must have for her national .II. Covar Cons't costs at inquest____ LSO
r they will notify us of any failure to in the South African It is ex-
war. J. Men lei W. H.
\ 4 receive their paper. therefore i| E. Booth juror inquest ________ 70
hardly probably, however, that pansion. Japan does not and J. X. Waller, .\ I| Den]?", ** ______._ .70

THE Great Britain was influenced by wish> to wait a year for the fightingto and J. P. Brown, :j | Childs -------- .70 rI

i distinguished gentlemen such consideration. .It begin. She is running her powder The following bu j E. Spearman, ________ .70 '-
composing the Florida delegation any might mills and in o-wit: i Harrison ________ .70
at Washington are working as one have occurred to her ministers that night manufacturing The minutes of j ; \. Paine, ________ .70

the granting of the concession smokeless powder; her T. Hutson, witness at inq est______ .50
man, with the utmost harmony in were read and I
is in j E. Wilson! &Son. medicine for .93
navy :splendid shape armed pris-
asked for would have a good etIectin The : .
the protection and furtherance of county : 'S mdse. for jaiL____ ..40j
all our interests and the statement this country, by showing that with modern high-power guns and ly report of the !j P. Brown waiting on board________ 1.00
made that the the desire of the British people was: manned by excellent seamen; her awl delivered the j .. ,. feeding dog____________ 2.00

by an exchange throw army is being constantly strengthened luring the month j jailor___________________ 30.00
to obstruction in the
whole state should rejoice is:: quite no way and drilled and which was examined t j .. janitor.___-__________._ 5.00
a fitting remark. of the construction of the canal. its equip- .Vttached to his j I j planting trees inch yard 12.00

\s a matter of fact, however, thereis ment is equal to that of any armyin of> the cashier of the j L. Brady & Bro., mdse. for jaiL___ .50
Europe. She would like a fewnonths' bank that Lumber Co., lumber for c b yard 3.18
Great showing
no good j
reason why
FORTY years ago Gov. Bloxham very Pritchard & Son, mdse. forjail______ 2.49
entered the in Britain should want to obstruct delay, however, for the his report, with the K. Walker. .. .. .. ____ 511
political arena -
upon of putting into commission the safe, was .. ..
the building of the canal by insist- purpose mdse. for clerk's office 2.19
this been there
and has
state ever J. X. U'allerand
i ing the out-of-date canal the war vessels that are under con- medicine for pauper. 3.50
since. It is unnecessary for us to add upon pro- (lointe: to burn and R. Wilson & Son, ._ .50
for her in
s truction foreign countries ,
that he could remain there the bal- vision of the Clayton-Bulwer treaty. ed warrants, which R. Wilson med. attendance, paupers 12.00

and which are now receiving their _____________ ..__ _
ance of his life if he wanted to. Few It is quite apparent that Great ported to the board.! acct ______- 113.00
Britain is anxious to have this finishing touches. With these The report of E. \ i Lumber Co., coffin for pauper _-_ 8.1S

have held old friends and he has made dur-so canal built, as it would be of great hips in service, the Japanese navy paid in January Pritchard.. .&. Son.. ,acct.. .repairs. .. .to. c..h (6.90.80
new ones as
many >roved and ordered
this Were it not for benefit to her shipping interests. would be equally as effective as O. Fries, Supt. roads and surveying 63.60
ing period. The of D.
While it is probable that the real that of Russia available for service report I). Flood, acct contract 3, Dis Xo 1 5000
the constitutional that j udjre, for licenses
provision "
B. Saunders, road w'k.
ex. 2 22.00
she against it, if not indeed a little .. .. ..
forbids:: a governor succeeding him- reason consents to the modification was received and .Swinson, 2 13.00
of the better. It is believed, therefore tiled S. Williams "
is ,
in treaty because shewill road work 3 2.00
self he could continue
right on ..
be largely benefited by the that Japan i is;: playing for just time The report of .\. L. Hatch. 3 2.00
the office he is now holding. "
he E. Swiuson, extra" 3 18.00
canal she insist that this enough to get her new ships, while court, showing;
) ... may B. Saunders, con. 3 65.00:
issued him
>r{ country shall not fortify the Russia is playing for time enoughto by E. Swin.son acet. 7, '* 3
..: An inspection of the new countyroad entrances and approved and con. 10.00
complete her railroad. It seemsto B. Saunders, 11, 3 25.00
thereto and it is hardly
along the river bank shows up be almost jeruiits issued were J. LaEoche draining pond________ 50.00
what will soon become fine driveway probable that this governmentwants a foregone .irahani, I,. I). ) Houston, road work Dis Xo 4____ 2.00
and public thoroughfare when to do anything of this kind. there will be fighting. :<. T. Wcstcott, T. :' F Gibbs, '. .. 43,00

-- Wallace. The C. Houston balance _____
The waterway will be for the use - on lighter 79.00
connected with the river road at
licautitul luekledge.{ permits was F. Uibbs, road work, contract, Dis 4 50.00
City Point. This connection shouldbe of all nations and it will be kept treasury:; a per r l."Ci Frantz, acct. contract 5, Ills Xo. 5__ 50.00
under and all circum Hotel Indian River ltocklede with 4 .. .. ..
tal1- ,
made at the earliest date possible open any The report of the H 5.- 100.00
its array of beautiful flowers and tropical the fine and forfl J. Norton, acct. contract 18 __.______ 100.00
and that the
\ye hope mean ces.S plant-:, keeps one in mind; of what a delightful received and T. Collins, road work. Dis No. 5 ____ 56.10
will be forthcoming to make it. mator Morgan is quoted as saying ;; tourist resort llockled e is. :Many was tiled.:: FrauU, ex. road work. 5 ____ 46.31

The of this road that the canal bill will past Glutch, acct. contract 33. Dis 1\1>. 5. 50.00
importance con- of the orange trees still hanor.mge: s: on The bond of
A. Ford, and fish ____
within a month. It will game warden 40.00
structed as intended, cannot be overestimated thi-ni \\hich add to the beauty of the ing a repeating rifle P.
Brown, feeding wncrsJanuary fti.40
by this road dUtrict, hardly get through as soon as that, place, and the hotels supply the guests approved, uud a P. Crown com. on fines and costs col 1.Ml
but there are pretty good reasons with oranges. from their own jrrovt The I him to \ On motion the
for it will not only make a pleas carry a } : board adjourned to meet
ant drive to City Point, Cocoa and for its being parsed at this session news stand at the above hotel is now open 11:;;u of:IJO calibre. first Tuesday of March, 1900.
and all the latent New York papers, The bond of .1. K.
Now that the treaty i is out of the I -------
Rockledge, but will, in a few months books, periodicals, candies, etc., may l he public for the state COUKTEXAY.
hence, complete a fine public thor way there is no obstacle in the way obtained there. Manager: S. I'ro-key is and

: oughfare from the north end of the of getting a vote on the bill, except \\ inning: gulden opinion from his many In approved.the matter of n.iii'U'D. J.. D. Sams returned to Banyan Sou-,=

that which is to be expected from iruests by the manner in which he eon
r county as far outh as Melbourne. the lands of =" \\ I i
I' .... thos who claim to own the right- ducts every department of this hostelry; litts Island, it was Superintendent Sains is visiting the '
while his chief room clerk Mr. C..1. river schoo.s.
WIHI.K civil !service laws givt' of way across Nicaragua. intendent public
Crei<:liton, al.-o come in for a due :shareof The public road 1:. J. and 11. B. Lalloche are ditching

everyone an equal chance to become praise. The hotel orchestra i is composed .UTU.-S Dr. Win. \\ I.I road at Merritt.

public officers; their litera 1 Russia and Japan. of four pieces-piano, first and ritt-. 1"larwa.." Franklin
Sams flew
over to Cocoa and
application inflicts a hardship The cable : 'und violin and clarinet join;; north The annual I '
: up dispatches: recently a portion of his grinders there.
or south, you should not fail to stop oft board for Urevard '
on some. Fourteen employees nt I brought the news that Li Hung I
; at one o( the prettiest! spote on Indian as Two very nice young ladies took
required by
l'YOl'k nutnie-ipalditrictconrti : Chang had been "promoted" to thevicenyalty ri n'r-l llockledjre.Ti statutes of Florida:: t'l'h Field to ride up here Sunday in
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have been working since last t of l\vang-Tnng (Canton clerk, wa examined : bugjry.F. ; .

t( .1 uh' without salary, and it i i.t i-; ), ;and that the Japanese minister l!" l'rt'I'U'l'll lx ard. W. aKoche is picking oranges for '

t improbable now that they will l at IVkin had been appointed For war is i the surest way for this nation On petition the i! H. Sanders who is fast recovering

\I ever receive any. '1'1 Il'YH'r(' appointed an adviM-r! of the Chinese' government to maintain peace. That in i the opinion prtrinct. No. 10, is ; j his recent accident.
k of the wie-t 'titt"iiiu'ii. It i"
temporarily, but when tin and given the button of a that to be: ptepared} for spriiii; i is the beg a- !ol\\! : To !ll le-_ I I Miss: : McKlroy, Miss Madge Whitlock

) new rules were promulgated then high mandarin, and had gone to way to avoid the peculiar dangers of timeseaon. of 41 section 30, ::: ; !i i! E.V.. l-alun-he were calling on

j. pay ceased upon the preparation o F Tokio for in'truc tiuu:. To tin This is a lesson multitudes ate thence east,southeasterly:running; eat! :;.Ulana river people Saturday.

1 .. eligible lists: who had pa:"-ed ex- average occidental mind thesetatements learning, and at t hi- time, when the bloodis south boundary of I The Harjier] line run a special train

:\animations these place: Mo.-t .- convey but little information i sure to be loaded with impurities and thence west: to :: night to enable young :Mr. I
be weak and sln .Nh.i the millions bruin to catch the F. E.
t to j of the temporary appointees antI no suggestion of the ship ;57 south, l"ln
ti> take holcl's =Sarsaparilla: whu-1 J1 5 court attendants, and while all I deep political purposes behind ,. north to beginning; ;
: the bloud
purifies, enriches and"ihliw place be moved from II Boer-English: seems a traves
took examinations i some failed tlo them, which are apparent to students expels: all tli (':I-t' <'rermi-, creates a H oHl! that the same be f on religions: opinion, as the Boerwin ]

pass and others did not receive sufficiently 01' the situation in the t far appetite, ;gives :;trt'lltb11.1 energy! and law. I IOn the battle, while the lonN' com

high percentages to l't.- t'a-t. A writer on the subject{ for puts the whole system in a healthy condition petitions it ;!; are on the English side.

title them to re-appointment., Tin the Pultinuire Sun :sees; in the preventing pneumonia' fevers and 11l- Saunders and (, C. Lester Tillin/ Maj..r II. J. TillinV. :
other diseases which liable l
'r judges: refrained from appointing changenoed( a striking evidence to attack danjrerou a weakened svstetu.ran6 are lowed to catch !i I .' of Montreal, ('an., made a few ;

) their f'lH'Ct'orin the hope that tmeans of the at-cendancy ol"Japane influences scientific purposes i / s-top-over here Saturday, but wasi
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; chapter 420S of the i i severely chaperoned to find out the
: would devised:: by which I in 'hina of cad ttaj.
a waning lu>siuinlluences I The '.- ,.. \ .., of his vast and valuable
eri --
they could retain office but thl'tatl' and a general trend "Hank- in a bad way financially'
If o t :No. IS, i i.s hereby, up. j i here.
I civil service "All his money none' "Worse: he can't '
:- events likely to culminate in warbetween to lead as tolluw; \ :
borrow any more."-l'hillll'Il'tllaortlt: The I'.ible trust should be a u:u niug;' ,
relief. \ Russia corner of section .!>
no and :
Japan at alIIIo5t !
Aiuerii-an. I, nothinj else, to congress t., lemove the
range 40 ea-t, and
---- amtime.. to enable to
--- -- --- us purchasxour own
I IL\IEI.Y has a more interestinggame Li t i. II. > ice of 'larks river, thence :; Nid : other
Hung Chang has been tin AppU to'just peace, ; > a!; cheap a. wuntrie-d", 'ii
of politics been played titanthat :strong friend and allof Ittissia burg, N. J., says: "I VWitt's Little KarKlli.ser liver to the (point a i +' arf liable t., bec[mie ajrtio.-tif-.. wtli !! J
: are the 'Ivst pillmade for tonsil- dary\ of M-cli-m '_'U, i i; and slaves, dependent ,J
iMtupers on the
noin ; tin
; and mo.-t of the "
progress concessions
41 strikes
1 patioii. We use no 1>tht'rs. uit-kly curt range t'ast. ;; :' of a few dial!>olical plutocrat-.
present tenant of New York's capitol i- Chinaectired of late years 11the all liver and bowel troubles. I P. K.Vil- west to range line! '! I :

and the occupant of! the Whitt'houl' ezir have come through bis "inllerne. u- son iS: Son. ___. __ _u_ 41, thence north to Although the road :-1I1Jt'f\-il".r i- niie of
is candidatefor section 1-, thence : sort of men that believes little luikss;
MeKinley a lIe has had 1 the ear and tht III;.\n H.
coiner of section I: [ have just as i,">od road-: abig!
re-election, and it i is his wish- confidence of the Kmpre.-s Dowager If you have allY dray ing "r haulmsWinirate ,
liurthwect curlier ':;, we are liable to have him j
. Senator llanna desires i in'J will du It furou.; He ihere pro-
rather and the .
oJ or two
of them ha."conlt."t'd in the, business aiin. west to northwest .. bettiuse the niomeiit Itarite.di"v: : ,
'J 1 1t t \ his behalf that ( 1 : the affairs: of the em pin thence north to p-> : 1 w by with his fleet mule last Th ir-ay! f

l' l shall be his running) mate. SenatorPlatt ; according, to their pleasure, largely! thcawe be *: we flew over to" our bean patch t

I ;- \ apparently quie.cent] [ on Now the powerful Prince Li hV;;; CASTORIA ;l.ivv. found it a? blai-k an the I bii! ; hat la ;

\ The following bii! I He passed tliroiiszh ... ;
c. I \ the subject, but Gov.; IJooeveltrealizes been ordered away from the capital .j 1 mly
For Infants and Children. oideled paid: tho.-e: near the river and all tr.-e
"y j that should he fall into the take
to an office which i is the ..
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t1 il. Slutiju. >''i .:it;> : \ bu hes did not fel I his: icy i |(-..1tr.!
for him he might becomevicepresident least The Kind You _.. .
'. trap set ) important he has hddinel'; Have Always Bought .!I. \\\'a1ltl. -- --

J of the United States, the Tai-Ping reLt.llion.ut1 practically J. Httuston. HE (;001. T<) YOl'RSftLF and ;>ood "

Tht-* would be buried politicallylie to take Li's Bears theSignature d.t ->'- .1. \hMi.t-?'. your friend When you treat a friend 1
place as dosepersonal > .
t.t.. .I It'am tb:1, a of r \1.1 ; .l-i''Mi: !'!.-( : : : hiskey, :give him the best. I 11 I.1 kI'ER 1 1 '
1 that I Hanuiiiosition
\sdl'n, fterwanl. ;sees adviser of the head of the ritth'! Klf-ui-:! ( :! ; hi.kt>v i is the bevvraue for your fm-uds, i
**? Woodruff i is extejfor government comes the Japanese J. II. !Fr IH .-. f "111'-, till-; [ for you. SOLD BY I/isley t\: M' t;,,w,
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4 .a> the purpose of inducing 1 minister, the interests of whoa: Notice to Dtlitoranil Creditor .1. 1t' All p'et"suus having ciim! ;iiiiist the 1-"Ut: .
1 #jUblica'ulileaders! in Xewuiiou country lie diametrically oppositeto : ofiawt5lm.ludrea's.lateafCn I -\wl-wiiitj",

\ '. p)" y the on Roosevelt for the interests of Iluaia, which} Florida dewiM-d, are hereby notified to prt ft. L. MTLOW'Ialer::
m'.1 R.i1the sy;j. tr oserelt .- -i lUi art ,. sent them to the uwk-rMjna-d, pntju-rly au
wants no and 'n-es.'ftuer Or less extent thentkdted.ithin the tim -
presrritml hy
uti .
home ht r,\u s enF ) Y m4Y';a.\'s he willfor i perlnaP. TuEflf the Train law, or this notice will be pleaded in barrecovery I.f :

some gue> 3s to & .grew and all j.tTs<'U".wing aid rotate WINES BRANDIES : ;
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t "' and believ\i Ixon. cr, .UN 1: WHISKIES
twos 1 FINE
i entertain fi ill,,' 'lh C completedh are hereby required tn wake; iiuaidi payment ,
of Sharpe to me.
Ifiey uiicui eaurmapnie !!: rt'cc'dentaV:5 flu
Airs, ihat # "Q jis to cuic. Send I Tkf vt from the IcFar V' JOIIX :MlLEA.N.

a) of the { .. I t. EI' nn v with wftl.: affront as a Administrator of the estate of James 11. AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
1r &' Andrews .
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d and from a J1B \in or -
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i rtF .' Not {o1' Oq sel"fes IDo\e, 13qt {o1' the Good of Otlte1's I1so.



During the cold wave of last week it .

Brief, Mention of What Is Going On In delightful seems] that frost crept pretty well down
gether with an of Interest That Are Happening the Bits of Information About Various Event
and About Titasville. coast according to the following reports -
graph, will hold Around Town. Occurring at Different Florida Points.
Send : Jupiter-Light frost occurred
your watches for repairs to W. M.
Woodward, Titusville. Work guaranteed. next Wednesday I G. S. Hardee, of Rockledge, paid I here Tuesday morning, doing some damage It has been decided to hold the annual
They played to ,
J county seat a flying visit yesterday to vegetation. Loss to trackers and meeting of the Florida State Press
:"4, If you want the best dental work two nights this association -
go K. Meyer, of the Canaveral club fruit growers will not be very much. at Fort Myers, March 27th. .
to Dr. Dodson. Office sion
; near courthouse.Mr. 25,35; and 50
was in town a day or so this week. Del'ray-Frost reached here Monday Capt. J. A. Armour
sale of
i W. H. McFarland left yesterdayon on at The night, but did little damage. Those who Jupiter, is
notice received late steadily improving from his illness
too and
a business to St. were injured !have of ,
trip Augustine and I I plenty plantsto
insertion this week. Will will soon be able to be around with his
Gf appear
Jack viii [
s n e. i reset with. Boynton-Some of thetender
next. friends
I again. '
Mr. P. S. Titus spent several days in Rev. John A. HI1 I vegetables were frosted Tuesday
Jacksonville last week with friends material parts for Chillingworth, of Dade, carried morning that were left exposed in low State Superintendent Wm. X. Sheath
turning home Saturday. nasinm, which is i I Davis back to that county Wednes- places. Fort Lauderdale Mercury here has made the first apportionment for 1900

the north about the for her trial. She was committed fell to 32 degrees. A dense fog arose of the interest on the state school fund,

Miss Kate Pritchard went to West The material will during the quarantine at Miami. about o'clock in the morning; which is disbursing to the several counties the

Palm Beach last week, where she is the the large back Henry Titus a in said to have saved the plants, of which sum of$35,407.Thursday .
guest of her friend, Mrs. M. E. Gruber. spent or so
church building the first of the week to see very few were killed. of last week, at Milton, the
Youngs: bicycle livery, Hutchinson himself to wife. thermometer
Mrs. Titus has improved Pure Australian lamb's wool underwear reached 24 degrees above
avenue, near Indian River hotel. Tan- this outfit, which :: since she went to that city. $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 per- zero, a decidedly cold wave for that point.
dems and single wheels. Popular prices. his supervision. suit atTHE It was unusually cold throughout the d
now has four mails from
a day
W. E. 'Youngs.Mrs. : free of any debt or north via St. Augustine mail from EAGLE CLOTHING STORE. northern portion of the state.
;t Jos. G. Gerry, of New' York, aftervisiting'several kind aside from the north via Sanford, and two mails from Twenty-six fine ostriches, all sizes,

weeks with her relativeson We south, making in all seven mail arriv S31ALLPOX IX TILE STATE.Official were transported last week from the

Banana river, Col.. J. II. Hogan and half hose are,offering >er day. This is the biggest service Announcement----From the Mate Jacksonville ostrich farm to the Hammon

family, returns north today. I gray and black, government has ever :given: this place. Board of Health. place at Palm Beach, where they will be

Lena Cole, who has been stopping with a comfortable ; service will probably be maintained We have received the following; letter on exhibition during the tourist season.

r Mr. J. T. Bassett for some time past, went THE EAGLE about the first: of April. from the state bard of health office, in Mr. T. A. Snider, of Cincinnati, has arrived -

to Miami Wednesday afternoon where she E. J. Seymour has just returned Jacksonville, which we publish for the at Fort Liuderdale with his honse-

will live with her brother; Mr. Louis Cole. a trip to Orlando, Winter Park and general information of our local readers: Iwat, the Buckeye, and his party of

Mr. George M. Robbins.has. had his As an illustration whither he went in the inter EXRTTIVE OFFICE friends. They will be there for several

i. law and abstract office and residence con which the : McFarland company. While STATE BOARD OF HEVLTII OF FL01 1U.\. } day. Fishing is the principal sport. They

nected by a private telephone wire, which Co. can complete } he made arrangements: to give an J.u'KH\viu.E; FLA., Feb. 3rd, 1900. report,a delightful time.

will, no doubt, be a great convenience to grove on short of the McFarland tent at the Dear Sir:-At this writing smallpox The lowest registration of the

him and the members of his family. man's grove is a fair of the Winter Park Agricul-j exists: in almost every state of the Union, week at Gainesville was Friday mercun'last morIi'ing -

Sir. and Mrs. A. Brady and Mrs. approach of the company, which takes place Feb- in many of them both extensively and 23 degrees. It has come to a point t
21st !
I' Brown left for City Point Wednesday, Bowman applied : 22nd and 23rd.Ir.. McFar fatally, with a decided tendency towards where Gainesville citizens enjoy this
will very
much to the regret of their numerous tents to be placed deliver an address to the fruit increase In Florida it seems to b e moderate temperature. Nothing but a

friends" here. In about six weeks' time ange grove at Mi during the session. Special rates spreading, despite all efforts to check it register: within five points of zero can 1

Mr. Brady expects to start. on a lecture given in the : have been obtained from the rail by the usual means. Unfortunately the freeze< them out.
ir1 t tour. the tents were all of the state, and a large attendance average person Is very indifferent to the

large proportion of matter of vaccination, and has almo to Orlando Star: The good roads movement -
Capt. John McLean of tradeboat fameon is
attracting attention in of
be forced to himself many
vided with protect : or family.
Indian river, arrived Sunday and is lamps. i have an unexcelled display of> Just at present we have information of the counties of the state. The character ,
greatly pleased
spending a few days in town to and blue .f the
attending siders that the flannel shirts, suit its general prevalence in Suwannee coon public highways of a section or
the administration of the affairs of his for outing purposes, at county reflects the character and enter-
ty of a case near Genoa Hamilton
7 his
; county -
.; late cousin, J. D. Andrews, who died at : property, by EAGLE CLOTHING STORE. prise of its citizens. And the time will
\ of a number of cases five miles northof
afforded ;
.- Jensen the 10th of -
on last month. come when all the people of a will
Monticello Jefferson of i in county
of the tents. aims. county; one
: e As the result of a bicycle collision ]last cambia county; of over forty cases see the advantage and economy of good
week little Arthur Townsend C. S. Ballon entertained the. La- public roads. Y
l( v who run (white a8 well a* colored people) near
yt the delivery bicycle for Crayford's grog'e Aid society last week. Keystone, in Pasco county, where theiewas Most of the fruit growers and truck *

f ) eery, sustained a severely bruised left eye. Archdeacon B. F. '. F. .\. Strahan had the misfortune ; recently a death from this cause. A farmers in the Manatee section have been '

, : ivi He came into contact with Charlie Rev vine service in St. ii. e his fine young horse last! week. leath from smallpox is reported from waiting for the "new moon" in February .'

j ) : els. :Neither of the wheels were damaged Sunday next at 11 Edwards, from Stetson university, near Live Oak. A white man is down before pushing the growth of their trees

t.... r' to any extent. Holy communion a caller in Minis Monday morning. with it at Tarpon Springs, Hillsboroughcounty. and the general setting of early vegetables

If Services in the Fernandina, Nassau and now that bright warm weather
you want to make an investment i in i Rufus Herndon county, .
Florida real estate it will be to your interest Sunday school at and children, of has a number of cases, all of which came has come ag-tin work will begin in earnest

I to read the advertisement of place for at 11 a. m., song ledge, are visiting Mrs. James lloyd direct from Brunswick, Ga., where there L for the fruit and vegetable crops of

sale at Tropic, 'published in another col 7:15 p. m. All :: and Mrs. C. T. Ballou left Wedne- has been quite an outbreak. There arenine 1900 in Manatee county.It .
Rev. E. \. Bell for Botiavenlure, Rockledge and oth people at the Duval
umn. This property is very valuable{ Pt county pest is believed that unprotected strawberry -
tist church! in this own river points. house, near Jacksonville, several of
b cannot depreciate, but to the contrary patches at San: Antonio received
will increase in value. Best location on the 11th inst. Charles Emmons and daughter, of whom are white. One family of whites quite a setback by last week's cold wave.

the coast. sermon, "The ; York city, old friends of bur J. A. who are i isolated in Duval county, trace Open blossoms have nearly all been destro'ed -

r Messrs.. M. Woodward and John A. Mr.ning at 7:3Q o'clock Oi'l are making their third visit to the infection to a son who is employedon and even some of those which
Bell has chan
the railway between Jacksonville and
Hughes arrived home Sunday morning at were only I lightly covered have sufleied
section as Columbia S. C. where he
contracted i it.
about 8 o'clock from a trip that was made] Sunday in the day was observed at the school Another white to s-ome extent. However, quite a number
; in Duval is
in a fishboat from here to Gilberts bar, ond Indianola last Friday. An appropriate case county a of growers weni' to have saved their
; the pro railroad conductor.
which occupied about five days of their month. was'en by the pupils. At its i from Marion Many cases: havebeen patches by covering with pine straw.
reported county,
time. In that vicinity )[r. Woodwardsecured all
Hardeeville and adjourned to the yard where a near Ocala. There have been about The sudden and unexpected death of
: a number of negatives which'will
make interesting views for his photographgallery. at Melbourne ( of trees were planted twenty-five cases in Alachua county, Mr. John C. Maley, in the seventieth f.

C. Sirdefield) from many tents were erected during the principally alwut Alachua, Lacrosse! and year of his age, occurred at his residence

pointment at these Ph. nights; last week that our peaceful{ High Spring Dade county reports in Davtona Wednesday of last week. He
Mr. W. E.: Youngs has started bicycle 11
up a So preventing presents the appearance of a ca:?c today, traceable to the infected section wa a highly esteemed citizen, a good 1
livery in connection with his I 1
at Hardeeville and camp. Meters. Chamberlain of Pasco County. And new cases neighbor and true friend, and was the
eorial stand on Hutchinson avenue, whichis day, Feb. 11th, at II Bowman are the latest to protedI are being reported daily. oldest living; resident., He was born at
something that has been needed in ,
our respectively, groves in this manner. 1 Please make these facts plain to the] Lancaster, Pa, and went to Daytona in
town for time. He furnishes
and a singles long for ladies and tandems We- I I !!! ,people of your community, and urge; ISHwife, four sons and five daughter ; 1
Councilman CITY POINT. I them to avail themselves! the protection ? survive blot
hope he will receive a generous supportin
his new venture from both tourists and At the regular L. Nichol and K. W. Hall, of Fan s- I afforded( by vaccination. A /good road meeting was held at 1

our home people.Mr. council Tuesday lIi were in town Saturday morning. I The state board of health furnishes Ocala Friday night under the auspices of 1
vacine virus free. the board of trade. President Fishel ,
G. F. of this councilman, and }: Cresson; returned Sunday from
Ensey, formerly place, ----------- idal. Dr. Delouest
!- the talk
street committee ;' visit with friends in Oak pre gave
writes us from Jacksonville, where he has Hill. When ordering groceries for all the "
been very ill in St. Lukes hospital for tion, which was (' G.Y.. Holmes went to Wabao! I staples send to W. J. Crayford, Titus the evening; on good for road) and> on bonding -
Mr. ville Fla. We county 11)0,000 t to securethem.
months Knox's re i : can please you.
three past with acute rheumatismand > afternoon on professional bu-i-i I Others spoke to the question.The } \
on account of :
complications, that he 19 far from and disagreement : Senator Call's U1dl'as('. resolution! wa-5 j paged unanimously '

well yet, but which he is will steadily!! be though slowly to j :\[ Bobbett, who ; I Ir. r. and )1I"8..J. G. Ketchell, of Cin- Senator Joe Blackburn, of Kentucky, favoring good l roads, and for the county
improving, good news
work in O., are visiting )Ir. U. E. Chester comnii al loners to bond the county for
his Indian river friends, and we hope to tar' : ;I mother. I fray that be ha4no fears as to being seated $100,000.

soon announce his complete lecovery. Mr Knox wanted j I aUnited states senator. A paper S
which the latter !I L. Ixe returned Thursday from i which fought:: Blai-kburn, say: Leesburg Commercial: The wonderful

Mr. E. J. Seymour, the press reprel'entati'c time to do, and I' )', where he spent several weeks "Even if < ;0\'. Taylor, Kentucky, tiI c.S pos-ibilitie: of the velvet bean as a t'tockfced ,;

of MeFarland company, was; that the council ( : 'i, :! after his pineapple farm. I cline" to \'ertiftl)(' election of J. C. S. and fertilizer have induced some of '

the recipient recently of a handsomecompliment bett acted right in | ) Willeand Mr. Hudson, of ; Blackburn to the United States senate, Lee-lJUrg' progressive; : citizen-, under the #

f from Lieut.GoTimothy tained his action, j York city, arrival Monday fiom such: action, it is said, will not pieu-nt initiative of :Mayor E;, J. M. Padgett, to

Woodruff, of New York, in the form I j vided to resign j ] !' They arc stopping at the( :;' the latter from taking his t-eat. :Mr.! undertake the founation of a stock company
of a costly smoker's outfit. It included tion to the other J house. : Blackburn has conferred with members with a capital of lOOOO to construct { '

abeantiful French brier pipe, with amber I I i iI | the committee on privileges; and election s, and ojxrate a mill for extractingthe _,: ,
mouth-piece and silver mountings, a I! e Faber gave a candy-pull! Tuej ?- '
: I,I : ;1 and ha found a precedent in the ('a-(' of oil from the beans and converting; __
box of Turkish tobacco, cigar cutter, a I j I evening at the school hou-e. Quite senator Call, of Florida. Call, in isle! !, in cake into meal for feeding ami fertilizer. .\

full supply of parrafine matches and a I 1.-\ Valuable 1'l.ue of young folks attended and' all' a contested case, came to the senate with The idea ic to put the beans through; thee
gold matchsafe with the inscription, 'Tothe I I bland ; a good time. '
only a transcript from the journal of ti same procesnow: applied to cotton seed. s w,
E. J. S. from T. L. W." engraved on I This place, '! ; joint; session of the a"! embly, showing ------

side. Mr. Seymour prizes the gift very t I of the state for BANYAN. his election. He wapromptly{ sworn i in, For thoroughbred poultry and poultry -

highly. |I mer, as the name Jernogan and F. J. IJogan; will and the record fiom the legi-lati\e journal supplies of all kinds write E. W.

We noticed that our friend, Mr. James i' tropical, and the { : shortly for the Tom Fields south. ;i was accepted as ample i Amsden, Ormond, Fla. t

Alexander, of DeLand, was in town Monday [ II of Cuba. The : ;, \ and family, recent Blackburn'-: evidenced i even more torn- .

and Tuesday, attending to some fgafailed: to injure any from Jacksonville, have departed : I'lete, and con-i-ts of a certificate l of 1 his Ml M KKSOLD ':" \

business before Circuit Judge Jones. At and the most | Palm Beach. ,, election from the speaker of the hoimiand My stock of lumber and 11\1i1+1's I \ 1 ; :

the same time Mr. William Jackson i, of grown and shipped wedding in Tropic on founday.Ir.. the pre:-ideut of the senate of t his terial will! bt- sold at great!);lie,' Fla. he ,t I' t

Daytona, was looking after some legal: I affairs I i each winter. I Horn and Miss Ida Campbell state. Senator Chandler, chairman of price in order to prepare for tree d. V f

before County Judge Gaulden. The I: 9$ acres in Tropic contracting parties. were the elections l'ommittl'a"b it would of my big yard in Palatkae,01"n.{ '

reporter for THE STAR happened to note I i i'I very best, broad i ; make no difference now if two legi la- .your orders. .,ett4n at t 1-,

the above visitors to qur town roomed at':;: ami Banana rivers, C. Creech is interviewing the \'e gettures were organized; in Kentucky, ain' ,, f.J", except1i. .

the Indian River hotel Monday night until i;!i (plastered), .growers south this week in the their; future action r; ". ., +" n 1 '. r. PAunisoNjj9 11 "
tt of ( Furman & Co. 01 .the best "e"t'- Eau GallicJ& '>>,
quite a late hour with several of the ange:, lemon and !; :: '- election already hr.- Ii

most distinguished politicians of the east anas bearing. An ha* been raining for the last twelve : l.fu to Ii,wte.. 1 >c *''i.TI.e lector.,tin'J

i coast counties, and we have heard it hinted !'! of the handsomest and we hope we will continue toi Boat L-. ., : I'itax, 8k'k : \ {"0. I
straightly that affairs in connection ;:: state at less than ,' showers instead of frost. Fit allll work' F. I'.11f I co.lI't \hnti e v J now open ifJer r
\ pretty i i i Just a boat sails a I'jghbred"E ffCr1iQate. ,,trt'.. 'I' 2.wr y day Jsunday'ey. dot f.
with the coming gubernatorial struggle i,. ; !: of the latter in i isolated spots lag I Eau -.* out \.i r to 11 a. in.. RVromlto! to. 1.... f J
des of all L ,
were pretty thoroughly discussed. i it j I j:I No harm to vegetables. I, .n, Ormor' mmvtaj?*** '_ -tom ) ,:

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WHY S SHEATS f MUST I RUmt The F. C. & P. --

On the 29th of last month Col. Word to the Jas. Pritchard & Son "

The Opposition to Ills Re-EIectlon Is Based I Henderson, counsel of the ,
tral & Peninsular Railroad is Headquarters ... '
Purely Upon Personal Sufficient. .
arguing the for . .
passenger rate :
: A Gainesville
correspondent, writing
the Atlanta Constitution Judge Callin Jacksonville, stated some stubborn people
gives the following I
head officials of the Florida )1
breezy status of the political situation Peninsular had the matter under until down sick" be- HARDWARE

r'4: state in this superintendent state regarding of public the instruction position of: take ment, and that he thought they I trying to ward off illness ,
same action as the Plant
; One of the prettiest and hottest political thai is, adopt the 3-cent rate it. The wise recog- ...Tinware, Crockery... 1

fights in Florida this year is going to be
trip 5
days tickets. He could
in the
over the succession to the office of state word "Hood's" STOVES
say positively what would be '

superintendent of public icstruction. he gave assurances that such of health. 1

Hon. \V. X. Sheats, the present incum- ly be the case. Boat Goods Paints and Oils .

bent, will stand for renomination before Col. Henderson all blood troubles, scrofula, pim .i

the Democratic state convention, but he Call and appeared well as diseases of the kidneys, and 4
Monday announced
will have serious bowels, Hood's Sarsaparilla is '
opposition. prominent road would comply with the and faultless
' ;.. educator of peninsular Florida, who has ments and the cure. WOODENWARE. ]
litigation in this Blood-" The doctor said there
'' the confidence of all and the support of has ceased. The F. C. & P. seven drops of good blood in my .

very many of the teachers of the state, 12th of this month, put the low Hood's Sarsaparilla built me up and Write for prices. :Ii '
and who can claim substantial strong and well" SUSIE E.BROWN. ,
strength effect
with influential '
politicians is
being care- c
-" We all Hood's Sarsa-
fully groomed to enter the race, and it is Decree Modified. It cured my brother-in-law use and Box 212.Ou .1

said that at an early date his name will of dyspepsia. I owe my life to it."
be placed before the people in this con- The United States supreme 6U7 Franklin St., Philadelphia.

nection with much eclat. entered a supplemental deere in Eond '
val prize of the So/Ua aAi/t Co
y. A prominent politician of Gainesville) money cases J .

the home of Superintendent Sheat, who schooner Lola and the smack hand and Constantly Arriving.Dressed .

"= is regarded as being friendly disposed toward Habana. The court passed & .LUlBER.
cases early in January . .
rw': the reverting i
superintendent, but who is .
unusually Pills cure li 'er t'lt' : the non Irntsttini:and
ci ions
well posted regarding: the condi- the Florida courts, and _&.!:. ,:_tu.take-with Hood's S'ar.ap,tnlla. and Undressed. j

tions, both pro and con, surrounding: his ing to enter decrees for the pa} .--- - _.-. -. --- Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work, Balusters, Newel Posts,

candidacy for renomination and .lamages to the owners of the \'e": Bean, Orange Cabbage and Tomato Crates ;
(( CHAUTAUqi! ..\. ,
present modifies the .
for a third term of four years, has Brick, Lime, Cement, Etc.
so as to require the true intent
made the following statement to a Estimates made on all building material. Our large boat. "
representative former to direct the Annual 8e8..1001n lie HeM at "Sunny South. will deIivn .
opinion anywhere ou the river. Call on us or send bill. f
of the Constitution: in your We will :sense you right.Bon.d .
-"I have been a friend of Mr. Sheats only of compensatory damages, Melbourne Next Month. Lu..rn.
done to prevent exorbitant fourth annual session of the East her Co.
throughout his
and am
} } :\ will be held! at Mel S. G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager,
not unfriendly to him now. But the feeling
is becoming irrefutable all the Lewis )Dennis, Salem: Ind., \' : from the 2nd to the lath of Titxisvillo : F1oric1.a.
over Dypjiepsia Cure did me The full will be ready _
program -- -
'= state that the time has arrived when a than anything I ever took." It i days, but enough: is known to HALF DOLLARS --

change is J positively I demanded. No one what you eat and cannot help the statement that such arc as useful ifc4f= ;r------:1-; %
h will deny the fact that :Mr.: Sheats has dyspepsia and stomach troubles. {t.11'ilsml op at our .Q -. -I d1' :>. -J
was ever before offered the .r-
: made a good state superintendent of & Son. FK1UITAUY: CLE.ILXCELE: I '
of the east coast. It presents ad. t }
schools: in man} re."} ects.: Under his guidance as dollars on or- _, ,
{'s in the way of muiral and dinary occasions. -
the educational interests of Florida lirevartl County Treasurer' ,
c instruction and entertainment The opportunity of those _
have undoubtedly advanced and today occupy FEBRUARY 1>T, 1000. to the standard of the ;;ret tt who waited for + -. --

an undeniably better position than Balance cash on hand Jan. 1, 1900..J chautcinqius.; The program is AFTER THE HOLIDAY P.AROAIXSis -

they held seven years ago when :Mr.: Amount reeei\id in Jan., I'.lOd! _____ of Dr. \V. L. Davidson: who here. We have re R' a
Sheats entered upon the duties of state 11 everyilitlCll'Ili,0 ; }
superintendent. Total____u___. years the superintendent of in , r L' l. r

"It lie Less amount paid in Jan., 1900< at the DeFuniak assembly and I U t.I t
cannot gainsaid that the TITTJREa
progress ; warrants delivered to i the of -'itNi tI .
county manager three prominent ill the store, ofthet.ict 1 v I I
made in Florida's school system! is misl7iullers and bihool lioard_____ ,
: chautaiuiuas. ;; that all are ., t i_ ,Ti
due in no small measure to the 'lighting' feature of these: assemblies XE\V: HANDSOME AND STYLISH.and '
qualities of :Mr.: Sheats. He went into Balance cash (bit hand Feh. 1, 1JKH1 would easily bring

the office at a time when an aggressive; The above balance is held as music, and in this department of full prutat any tillle.Iut .

energetic; earnest worker in the causewas Deposited in Indian River State meeting Dr. Davidson; square accounts for ;year, that
as per certificate of eashier must foitunate. It will be in j is the only reason for quick selling.

a necessity; to the school inteiest.Mr. to monthly npttit-___________u_ : :I of Prof. I I. R. Palmer, of New JOHN R. WALKER Titusville
.) :: Sheats has displayed all of these Cash in safe as shown to fuillllli.lutl Fla.
of the
best known and
most t
qualities in unusual degree, and the state t'rs.u-_____- ____-____ ___ _uu ) I one :
: musical conductors in the!

is indebted to him in w) much as she has Total _____ I ', and author of the familiar
--- -- : : : ) J FIRE INSURANCE with c S
profited by his oflires. aur Scluyler
Halatuvs! belonging to each "Yield Not To Tt'ntl'tatitnl.: !,
"But the fact; cannot be concealed that
fullowb: I Palmer will conduct a chorus -
the usefulness! of William X. Sheats .\_entfurt e
as County revenue, general fund _____ : \' ;, the tension, which will be Hartford, Etna, Liverpool and London and Globe,
tate superintendent i is ended. Xo one ", road and bridge _____ everybody.} He will also give Home Continental Providence
.. &
could have looked the Washington Fireman's -
enacted _
upon :scenes .. building u__ : I ,
during the last session of the legislature: fine and forfeiture __--- on sight reading and other mat Fund, and Sun Mutual.
.t with the mu-ical
ft'l'Iliuj.l'rbullt'r17' _.__
I so far as public school matters were concerned .... f-chool fund --u______ I l'. K. Bailey, who made a Fur further mfdi mition.; nitts. ct t>. adder- ..r rail sal C. .... >('Hl'YLKK. Tni>! \ LJ.E. FLA.1GE .

; and not recognize this fact. It N .. fund.. DM... 2 ._York."A: I hit at the parent chantaiunia lay
> indisputable-Mr. Sheats will hardly attempt 5... 1 -- --
and is one of the great dramatic
warden fund__ _
to deny it-that in order to have a game un --
of the country, will be in at
school measure favored in any way by TutaLuu I I {', and will be heard frequently -I GR1GB
the members of the legislature the fact JOHN
:: t'entralia Male Quartette of
:Mr.: :Sheats commended it had in -- .
every .
Countv .
will he present for a week, -
case to be concealed; while to kill a bill 1 -- . -- --- delightful mii-ic. A well AS GOOD AS TxIE 3BEST.JN1)IAN .
beyond hope of resurrection it hud I
onlyto quartette of male voices never I htaaufacturea the PI1'LY JCE: MAM-I''.\( "1'01)T' T. WETlt.ORE
he made known that the tf ,
present su- Pror.rletor.
please, as their muMc: is always ,
pcimiendent favored it."At VOll COOl 1 Special attention paid tit packing i fur tuiniij j UM. and :-1.i J'I't't" any station on the East" Coast
; "'pirinr. other features! of this .. railroad by ,.,ti ,tlubuat on Indian n\ 'r.
one time the entire fabric of the
>nt, together with lots of con

public school system was endangered sum- ,:::- :: ..-- :",,*.; ::.":" :..; _::... be found in the programs.: ::
rr plj beculelr.. Slieats had becomesoobnoxioiis Carroll & Goldsmith
L } lour of good inuii* who can
to legislator.: The antagonism
do should to the
} arrange get
was n.,t to public! education, Duet ti> tit e
of the chorus class and the
public w ho..1p'klll,, not t.>' DOdge STAPLE AND GROCERIES

IIwa.l1rn'. II \\:1': li1rt'I'l-tI ..igaiiistSuperiit FANCY .
: can moderate rate,
ihtenl,' Stleatiin, +-t,if and 1 was in almost "::..'_: .:':' -.- '-,:::-.;:'.;. ,,' :. :: -
instance on peis.onal grounds. I j: ic s can be made up to buy a tent Hay, Grain. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
t'UM-y i I i out, or live in the cabin of a Ware.Titusville, Florida.
Tint-, tin* does not in an\ means reflectciiiht Did to !i Tin, Glass and Crockery
ever try
you ; educe; the expense of the chat -
thf! iL'Hatuihut it i is inevidence i
up-n rain-drops ? Did not 1 I to but little more than the cost of .
that a cli.ui.v in administration
: ;
very well did ? ; home
you i,
nm-t 1111I1" i> iiuvss..rand is inevitable.! THE DECANTER
as useless to try to escape I East Coast Chant:am jua is a non- "
"That friend Mr..Cheats, as well as ,
the of association.: The manairerare
opponent, f.J\ur a change is shown l in germs !
, ti large amount of into Lasley h ctlc
the fact that it is piopossd to succeed him can't do it. They are ; ( monty > 'VV, '
: and they will be wtilj
t with a iiin: i:: line with! t his thought; and I on every hand and we I

, general: I I <>iiC.\, tun( without! thechaiacter- stantly taking them j i if it fan be made to paye.' Foreign and donn-stic: bran!}* of U'liifs. l Bl'alldihHllll1 Jins; ; and
It designed furnish
isths; that lender the present i incumbent lungs. ; to ; to the \r hi. ki(>:o. Bottled Beer: ,\ It-- and I 'tc ut
of this section at home what
:-O dista don't all
we ; of people tiau-1 1 hundrrd"<- IIi A EIRST-CLASS LINE OF CIGARS. BILLIARD AND POOL
fonntl tu lie quite .uveptaiile tu /I'otii theSheats this disease ? TABLES.
Simply \'l'rl1lHnWr in ouler to cnjo\--.
and 1 anti Sheats factions. these germs cannot gain ;grade- of iiilelU-ttual and musualI Family: and h"t,'i trah' h.""\\i<'it-,d. Prompt and :'.ireful: att -iitii n giwu t.) mail order

"The \people of Floiida! have no a.iirance hold in a strong I :\ Caah niustauiinipanj jour .rdt-r L(>:-,LEY: s }!tI fLOTfTl"'lLLE.. FLA.r5cii" .
that the at the I
r'Ct'lIt'S during
lungs. It's when features of the rhautaiuiua will!1
the legi-lathe-e-si.inuf 1SH;!1 will nut belepeated ? 6 "eSc;+:+eS2 'u''' < ".s.52525tRVtieSSu Z S-e ZS2Staea LS2Ri2SiS2vovCavop ;
weak that the in TIIK M \u next week. nJ !!: lit
l dm ing the! see-ion; of !I'.HJl! should t germs -- .- Correspondence Invited. I Stencils Furnished. |
Mr..Cheats'; succeed himself; and 1 'th at The body must be well Wt't'kly'ather Keport. j s
2RSe2525252 1S2Se52525Zti 57525" 2aLY5 7i eR52a25'u eSLSlStStS evoovc c ,
waydangerlies.. We cannot ailoul to with fat. The danger

, have the whole school I system jeopardize when the blood is poor .\ : T OF BUREAU.\OKICfJLTUREWEVTHfcR I I

because i me man w h"isdtridetllvjt'rsnn:I body is thin. If your

c IIII1ljrata desires to hold ollice: hence thefiieiiilsnf not yield, and your 5i \ statement of temperatures I McComb & Co.
for the week ending I
: the gentlemanho has bel'lIdt'dl'd lungs feel raw and ltn! }V. Tuesday, ,

: a- :.n opponent\ of 1I r. cheats for should not delay ; 1900 199
nomination from the l emocraticon UI
the BX. )11" L\X. MIX.

vention lies sentiment almost \' wherewith fIl 51 Si' i- Washington St., I
i l .n
them, and when this gentleman's TakeScott's W Jj
63 10 lei 6!* NE"VV YOB.K.:
name is formallv pl.ctd.cfllrl"\ the jieojile 70 5') 78 71 ,

there scarcely a doubt! that his nomination i i I 67 75 4S2 j make a specialty of I IEAN
72 61 m
ami electionvill follow with certainty 0
ii titi 4 mI V
and with I enthiisia-m." =
-_ rainfall for the week.11 im'!h. ii

Write llIrllll'l'lm\ : ('ii.. Atlanta. tia., m- from the normal rainfall for the
losing '- rent stamp for fur sample uf )lu i- .;), inch. !
dmks 'atarrh Cure ur Hyler's l>;; of Cod-Liver Oil with tiyp fr"UllIlIl"mai rainfall ..ill.i I' .la:. '

TiiMetThey\ Irllpo"t to cure every case of phites at once. It \\ i is 1 h (>, plus .52 inch
1UL 1'.
catarrh dyspepsia.11'eather. HAKMN.
lift ,,
-- inflamed membranes and Ol-,erverVeitLer bureau. -

Report strengthen them as \\ell. Fla., Feb. 0. HlUI), k
f ,. .
:I! ;
sfMJUKY FOR .1 \\t\RY BY KKV. .US. HUiUTK digestion becomes z :\\I
!I' U'iitli t
:tllr "t '
Thirkield, !health! insptttorofChic- pan .
F > WKATHEK Ol.shRKU.Highest appetite better and the \ ; ; your shipments. Wtwill -
"-: "Ioduliyspep) iaCure "
temperature on the 1 luth, 70; increases. The whole ) too highly. It t'\IIn.'t cured A not expect you .r ?os, :. \

l Iowct temperature on the 3rd I, ;' .1.> comes well fortified : \' dYSpl"p.ia." It tliirestshat to funtiiiue if othersbeat tfauildiilhe, Flahe

Mean for the month .7.1 ; average mean I of consumption and cores indigestion, heartburn t us. -'eatly J't "' ,

k for 19 years ti/.7) ; highest; mean in 11!) years germs forms t,{ ih>pei.:ia. B. I;. "'ilolln SESESES.5..sGS.52.:0 .SV'Z2525 Se5575525'"'2525252575'e c.s;>'752.S ear the OIl\ ".

in ISsl', 0.8; lowest mean in li!) years inIbSW gain a foothold. S25252525ct.n.1.... .In"pn..;........-.. .of... t'

It's this nourishing, Exceptr.
-- --
;), 5Ji.Rainfall; '
in indll1$3; average for :1'3; ing and strengthening For Over Fifty Years GEO. N. acre f the best .S i%?\,Q 2 .
1 Eau
Gallie ), JR.
years, 2 tit; greatest in :';3 years: in ISiS, of SCOTT'S EMULSION over tHy's vears SOOTHING by million-bvarp Las mother been* _.- /tan-la i ins to Sate. \. '--- Hector., .,.
10.4-:); least in :1 years in 1S9'O.f! : :?. has made it of such chlldreu. w bile trettuug. with perfea Df4-- -. h *TICE. VjO. ,
It soothes the child, sottens" the ) ta 1 Me"" \
guuis- at rIel
Number of clear days, 10; number of all wasting and pala cures win.! colic, and is the best IUII-tE; F l tin looks are now at .

fair days, 5; number of cloudy days, 7; diseases. I for Diarrhoea.'. immediately.It will gold relieve by Draggl-t the poor! ylrkuughbredconsisting .. of allusually Eau r-,Fish v.---i inpn-s-" every day. Sunday open fc.v to dotl.1,_ i I

number of days with rain, 8. part of the world Twentj-flve cents C. ..ules .to' from !I to 11 a. 111..'. Rfrom 1 toiIt.t )')
1 soc< aai f i.oo, all druggists. I '. Be sure and ass for ")lr... vrios- V ten, Ormor'Er'tc1 :
Island Home, Merritts Island, Fla. SCOTT & BOW E, Chemists, New ;; Syrup and uk ao other kind jrompii Jorr5.'t,. '""904"r -

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time. The distance along the line of lake at an altitude of 105 feet above

Wf: llif E :CANALISISSURED th?,cansl route proposed by the commission contiguous sea level Is, In fact only Thousands Hare Sidney Trouble No crop can '
made and Don't Know it.
from the seven fathom curve possible by the encircling wall
. with J
'. .... -. of; the Pacific of rock which
ocean to the seven fathom holds the vast body of How To Find Out. -

., THE UNITED STATES WILL CONSTRUCT 'curve of 'the Caribbean sea Is 189.00 water as if it were In a gigantic cup. Fill a bottle or common glass with your I out Potash.

miles. The region within whjcb the Myriads of small, rocky Islets, verdure water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a

r :. THE ISTHMIAN WATERWAY. canal can be constructed Is comprised thatched and attractive In appearance U sediment or settling Every blade of

within( comparatively narrow limits. greet the eye on every hand Indicates an '

; Jk'lcaraena Route Will Undoubtedly By the term "Nicaragua route" Is understood as the steamboat forges its way unhealthy condi-
De Choaen-Report' of the : through the tion of the kid- Grass, every grainof
.. Walker a' canal which uses Lake Nicaragua pale green waters towardthe

n Comm!>Bion-Some Characteristic as a part of Its system. For open expanse in the center of the neys; if it stains
your linen it is Corn all Fruits (J .
of .
J Country-Along- Line. convenience this may be divided as lake. o evidence of kid- '

follows First the division betweenthe There is much that is and In-
i Special Correspondence] : grand ney trouble; too and
WASHINGTON, Feb. G.-That the United Pacific and the lake called the spiring In the scenery also along the frequent desire to Vegetables I N .

t States western division; second, the lake Itself San Juan river, and there are many pass it or pain in
government will build
the have
--""'= must If
- Nicaragua canal is ; third, the division between the Interesting evidences of the manner of the back is also 1.
In conceded by everybody lake and the Caribbean sea, called the life and habits of the people. Antiquarians convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder -
excepting those are out of order. enough is supplied '
interested In eastern division. At the easterly terminus have found this a fruitful
or directly connected with What to Do.
transcontinental of the canal there is no harbor.A field In past times, and many stone There is comfort in l
railways and it is tl iuiowledge so can count on a full
probable that a majority of these are harbor will have to be constructed Idols and relics of the Toltec age have often expressed, that Dr. v.'s Swamp- you cropif -

willing to concede it, but they are not fit Grey town where about 50 years ago had their passage paid to American Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every too little the growth will be

reconciled to the fact. Thl' report of there: was a good harbor, which has and European museums. Morro castle wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the ,, ;

the Walker commission !has satisfied been destroyed by sand deposited by situated on a high promontory over- back, kidneys liver bladder and every part. u; "

members of the San Juan river. By the term harbor looking the San Juan river, Is an Inter- of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability i scrubby.
congress and the administration to hold
it is not intcnlle<1' to convey the esting point with a more recent history. water and scalding pain In passing
that the project is a fairly prat-- It, or bad effects following use of liquor, Send for our books telling all about composition of
idea of a large harbor to be constructed It was erected by the SpaniardsIn wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant fertilizers best adapted for all crops. They cost you '
for commercial purposes. It i Is not 1G3S; and is still in a good state of necessity of nothing.
being compelled to go often :.
expected that vessels will lie in such preservation. The antiquarians have t
a during the day, and to get up many times GERMAN KALI WORKS.oj Nassau St.,New York.
harbor for any times but will more not, so far, been able to carry it away, during the night. The mild and the extraordinary ..

FRAMC6 rYyGvC through in one direction or the other. and from Its proud position it will look effect of Swamp-Root is soon .

D ? 1 Various :surveys of the harbor have down upon the starry banner floating realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful -
been made with a view to determiningthe over the first ship that passes through cures of the most distressing cases. National Bank of
tv CoxtA the If you need a medicine you should have the
\ amount of material to be control- great Nicaragua canal. I t
., best. Sold by druggists In 50c. and$1. sizes. :
I" T1.11".>::: t I'is: estimated to tart'from SAMUEL HUBBARI.
aueA a I You may have a sample bottle! of this
\un't '5'N oUO.t-uo to 7:;U,(+UU cubic yards annually _.

,I and is chiefly of sand. The entrance I TO CURD LA GRIPPE IN TWO DAYS and wonderful a book that discovery tells I t_ ': ;:: the State of Florida i-i

r CACLAbi to the harbor will be formed by Take LAXATIVE RROMO QUININE Tam.ETs. more about it, both sent .!:H ; oil ffi'
two parallel jetties about GOO feet Allllrl1gists refund the money if it fails absolutely free by mail, J 1

apart the easterly one about :,GiO feetin to cure K.V.. GUOVE'S signature; on address Dr. Kilmer & Home of SwampRoot.Co. STATE AND CITY DEPOSITARY,
nJt PO
length and the westerly one about every box. 23c. ., Binghamton N. Y. When writing mention -

,II 2,500! feet. As the sea strikes the shoreline reading this generous offer in this paper. r
For Sawing Palmetto. ,
6 1 i with considerable violence times

these jetties will be constructed chieflyof C. W. Kennon & Go's palmetto saw-

heavy stones not easily moved by mill is now running at Sanford. It is Hodgson Bros.

G1RE'IpPYIItAP the force of the wa res. Local stone probably the only mill for cutting palmetto $100,000.Accounts

to SHOWING DISTANCE SAVED RY TOE will be used. in Florida, if not in the world. The 11.i: Elt.11. Capital, .

CANAL A harbor will have to also be constructed palmetto is very hard to air, ami special

tlcable one, and there Isn't any doubt; at the westerly ends This will machinery and saws are required. The :JIKIlCIIiXTS.: .. -

that the! bill providing for construction be located at Urito. This like the harbor logs are sawed into!strips of vai ions shapes

of the canal will be passed by both at Grey town, will not need to be and sizes. The mill i is in charge of J. B. --- Eau Gallie, Fla. of Firms, Banks and

branches of congress with practical large. The conditions on this coast are Randall who has had wide experiencein Individuals Solicited.

unanimity and promptly receive the not so forbidding as they are on the sawmills! llllm chin<'ry. Dry Goods Clothing

signature of the president. The amend astern. The sand movement Is slight, ,

ment made to the Hepburn bill the oth and the winds are mostly offshore. There i is no better medicine! for the ba
;:t OTSn siois
er day, providing that $10.000,000 only The shore is bold and deep soundings bies than Chamberlain's Cnuuti: Hpnw \'. OFFICERS :

of the $140,000,000 which will be finally are found at no great di nice from it. Its pleasant! taste and prompt and effec 1I.\IUn'\nl:, GUOCEnl, HENRY! B. TOMPKINS, President.

needed should be at once appropriated On the route selected by the commission eis tnall'Im's and small make y favorite It with tooth 1'il.VrS A\I) OILS, ETC | J JSteam T. SIIUBRICK, Vice-President
/luil'klCilI'I':; !'. P. DKNIIAM
: Cashier
removes about the last objection provision is made for the construction
coughs: and colds, preventing pneumonia !Axes I). BAKER. Assistant Cashier.nmECTOUS .
In the house. of six !Jocks of IS lift feet or other serious consequences: It Launch for t'Jjartcr.

While it is true that another com- each on the eastern division and four aJo11'1':" croup and has been u.-ed in :

mission has gone to investigate the j I 1 locks of 21) feet lift each on the western ten of thousands of cases without a sin I'KOKDsSlOXAL CARDS.KOUKINS J .

merits of the Panama route, it is generally j division. The total lift of the locks on tlt' failure so far as we have been able to J.g..x T.. C.SIIUBRICK STOCKTON. RAYMOND Atmox W.D.KNIGHT KNIGHT,

believed that this !is only a perfunctory'performauce the eastern division! i is; 110.-It; feet learn.: It not only cures croup, but when : & GU.UIAM, THus P. lll:::'ou.HJCU'D; MCLAUGHLIN, "

as the members while on the western the total is ll i ;given as soon as the CI'OUpctlu .h appears ATTOUNKYS-AT-LAW ''V\'. .\. HALLOWKS'M.. II BAKER, ?

of congress appear to be already convinced feet a difference of o.ol feet being; due will prevent the attack In (,l-t':, IlEMtY B. TO lPKIXS.
of whooping cough it liquifies the TITt''ILi f:. FLORIDA.
of the superiority of the Nicaragua to the rise of tide iu the two oceans -- -- -. -- -
mucus, making it easier to >eetorate
route and have practically decided This route starting from the harbor at and lessens the severity and frequency oxj of Office! hours-10 to 12 a. in. and 2 to 4 p m.Will Cotton and Linen

In Its favor.It Greytown crosses the coastal: plain, the paroxysms of couching thus practice in all courts, state and fitlcial.
Special facilities! for examining and
Is interesting at this time to review passes to the north of Lake Silico and 1 ing that disease of all dangerous consequences. land tides.T1Tl'yl1.LE ;. perfectins -

the history of the Nicaragua ca up the left bank of the San Juan to the For sale by 1;. II.Wilson A inn -- -- -- -- --- .NettingPishing

t nal project. Briefly set out. it follows: dam of the Iloca San Carlos, thence H. L. <:.\t'I.IKN, ..

i. 1805-Alexander von Ilumboldt the famous scientist follows the Improved\ river channel, WANTED-Hoiifxt man or wcimn to tray
declared the canal to lie feasible crosses the I lake and traverses the cal: large house; salary tio monthly! ATT HLVKY-AT-I..A W, --

1325-Congress of the United States of Crntralml'rira Ilof the Lagos and Rio Grande to a\llll'xpl'I.-t's.; inclose; sdf-ultlre"nl with increase: p.itiunI't'rmallt'ut FLORIDA.County .
\ decreed the digging/ ; of the canal. Atunipedenvelope.
1828-Henry Clay, secretary of state ordered the Ilrito. on the Pacific. MANAUEU; 39) Caxton bldg.; judge of Hrevaiu(ount .. Will
route examined. Contrary to the /general 1 belief before Chil"lgo in all the courts of the "th judicial practice circuit : Tackle
1835-S.'nate of the United States voted favorably the investigation by the commission, - - of Florida.

for it. President Jackson appointed an agent:; the climate Superior Linen Jill
of Nicaragua !is equable quality
+ to o.amiiit-.
and healthful. The DIXCAX ('. FLKTCHKi: : :, Netting tlladtfrom Knox's
1843-!';i'arauan government contracted for the average; temperature A Racing Yacl1t
canal's construction Nicaragua Scotch Thread.
the collection lapsed summer and winter \\TrolXEY-\T-L.\, t,
1S4D-Cornelius Vamlerbilt ran an onrl.mtroute] varies but little from SO seldom
degrees; S ltnl'lt'S and ,'stilll\tt" rbwrfully/ furnished, '

1830 by Neutrality wagon and of boat.Nicaragua waterways guaranteed fluctuating ''o points one way or FOR JAI-KSOSVILLE, FI.OUIDV.M. lurks Lcad! Lines, t'tc.

by Clayton-IluluiT treaty. the other. The mildnos IIf the tern -- -- ------ -
, J. S.
, : ( r.oi.Dvtimi CO
1851-Canal company organized by Cornelius Vat 11(>1'utl1rl' is due to the constant sweep $60 ,

dcrbilt.! of the cool trade winds from the Atlan .\TTI l;XIYXfJ....\W, Manufacturers,
1867Rl'artmiral Davis ad\iied the United i
States against: the canal.\ tic. These winds also carry away the TITUsvhLLF, 121 South St., BALTIMORE, HD.
itrlleport made to the president by a Nicaragua ;germs of disease. It is said) that no t --- --- -- -----

i. csuul commission.1SSG other Central American republic is so Imildinj Full working drawings and instruction fu Prosecuting attorney for Drevanl t'IIUllt ..
-Association: of capitalists formed to build a Kadiix ('atUiut that ;anybody n
free from disease. the ilmMt.plu'. build, to cast complete ." Notary public Will practice in all court i of
the canal. $ >0. Send ix'l>tai I, the state.A. iunflu F j'St
1SSS-New canal company organized anJ incorporated l however, I is very Hoist and old General : nll'lItil'lIin this paper, for full particulars.: - ----- .. .-

by United States congress.lSy IIt l1ti.1ity'Illll'tinll's; makes life a !Subscription! price, *'_'.(N) per year 2.V. a copy it. I-INMV:: : ,

) )-Work actually begun at little I uncomfortable. Exertion causel .: Address THE Kl'DDER PIT ('o.,
lsl)5-United Mates senate passed a bill appropriating vrrt1XEY-AT-LA\V
.. Murray St., New '
Turk .
( 1t3G
70fHX,000 fur the canJI>itl nut pass ..., -' -- r1 r.
the U> of -- --<;?( -- -- -- -- 1'lTn'I.u FLoRIU11'ill :.I
u representatives.IS'Ja
=e -- SEND FOB t. '
", ,
(Vmmission the .- :;- A
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appointed by president. ": -:. CATtLOCUE.THE ij
!.:' in the t 4
reported unfavorably.18U7Comtaision ;: practice courts wf the 7th judicial : ty '
\ rrruit.: .u
appointed headed, : by Ul'ard.
miral Walker.1S90 '"lOll I 'r- -. __.. __h : ,

-Coinmi.vhion reports in the strongest terms &"-":;' ;' 7'S + \ .J.\I1: .\' 111:1\\: ''''. H. i. W. D. DREt ,
in favor of the construction of the canal. of".t ''---- 'I'Y _. COMPANY.JACKSONVILLE., 5 :j f
'-> I 1I ;" _.-.-. _, .. :.- .1'I'1't)1\EY-\T-alt. ; ; tr j.
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There those who believe that >
are ., __.: :=- t : :J ) 11(8(
what is known :u the IJuhvcr-Clayton! -9-, k }' r. y 1 1t j
'-:" '. "' ;. :jt'i Main: I'liiic and ac'.dn'ss.! Tiltha!:. Florida.i i 1... p
treaty of 1S.0 will stand in the way ... l.1'h '1..t'....;;..r v1'. ; r-." 1I j I i >lire! at Fort I'i.-rcc. Fla.. IIJN>U the :!'nd and rIA. "- ,.
to some extent or interfere with the 0J" { t till FridayutVach nioiith. :
WiIIl'l'u.til'c; in all tincourts of the 7th -------------- .
of the United States for the
plans I judicial
: circuit of Flutida.F. \ .
building and operation of the canal. Xt4felwll: J .- -- --- -- -- H. A. HODGES \
; a
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Ily thi treatthe governments ofJivat --- = -..... .1. WEBB. ,
( liritaln and the United States -. :-- ,
.. .: -::" ATTiHJNUY-AT-LUV, oittitlIR1 ISi;:::f.s, I'hi. _
mutually botuid themselves neither to :' .- ti T -- '-

obtain nor maintain any exclusive i control Tirfvn.i.E. FLOKIIH. ikalrriuunl Matmtarturrrvof

I over the Nicaragua ship canal : i
Will pnu-tici1 in the courtof the 7th YELLOW PINE
j Lis "
and to abstain from erecting}' fortification perspiration. and there is v..: :.' \ (':if-nit. I 1

In the vicinity! thereof. 'l'heyfurther difficulty: in drxius; the week's \\:1-11- r. --- _-00 ___.. A XI) niMiKss [ yj BER

\ undertook to exercise no dominion : The! commisMon! does not look for :11IlnoYIl..t' <:.' "Sweat Bells Jangled 'anarer '" 1'\'I'r.' "iinty iu ttit' 1'nitfl 1Estimtu

; over Nicaragua, Costa Itiea. special :\ because of the !humidity Out of Tune and Harsh." iur..l! ,:! Fruit and Vegetable Crates

.) the Coast other fur as the report stat,-s. by tulive bu- ,, .
or part
Musquito any ) Shake -'.rr's .
pe of t't.'ntmlU1t'l'kl., to make of inform of light clothing; cleanly habits: and: sculls o t v.onien. They .
: l' are cr<> ?, Jesp { ".. in w. :w h 't.: N. Y.
of protection and to enter Into a vegetable diet there i is but little danger I tJ.t< "i--H.. sevex, sicUy and, their inrvous families.-a burden to ,-i furnished for mnipletc hills of .. .

f r<*>m fe\'ers and other serious sickness. swtct Ilip-itinsart'! Their P ..' ". lumber tll he delivered at any point on the -
no local alliance in any way tending gone, ar.J they, li'vu :MA rKK'1: \l.i: Ka&t 'I\ast ..,_. '
the hvils, s" to give one power an advantage over tlire la u retuud/. They can use I'lidcramlhy virtue of a final decree of .- ---- --- ....
the other.It As his already been stated the cui: fnreclii\ rendered l>y the H.>II. Minor S. lYi.D.. I.. IM UW IN, .

is not likely that this treaty of stant; movement of the winds appear-: ..Innjudae of thecin-uit court in and for .
IVScELREE'SWine 1:1'1'\ ud c..unty. Floi.da. vU the -1th day of.l.inuary
to remove tilt' noxious exhalation':
:DO:; years' standing will cause us any ; ; .\. I), INtH), in a (.,'rtailltu e iniluiiinry. Dentist. t* .Jr
great trouble, for under the inlluence which characterize some other I p >!r tlll' ; ,-t-ntliti: in .siid couit. Office at re.sidenc; -. first door south
) of the present pleasant relations existing tine of the i"thIllUS.IImit'II \Valkr of Cardui win I rein IhmicI. mitli i O'lnplainant I and county jail. Only first class work of the

between this country andCrcatHrltain : and his colleagues: are satisfied. tb:\' F. \\. Tyler ;a-.idn.ini-tratorof; the e-tate of! at Wally rt'du't'tll'ri"t.s.

ir It will not be difficult to secure abstemious! habits and careful police It brings health to the Julius Tyler u'I\I'r eta.arrdefeudanL.I will, as TlTr.sVII.Li;. FI.OKIDA.
womanly >!'"'(' ; in chain"ery, >el! 1'1' "a.h to the t
such modifications as are necessary of camps will iiiMiro a* good health l organism, and health there means jiiuhe-t and best bidder on the tir-t Monday -
and desirable. That this is the way amom; the laborers on the construetion well poised nerves, calmness, strength in March. 1HH! the mine lieiiisj the oth day of '.
work as will!! bo found in manjlocalities : It restores womanly vigor and power. ..ailllIolith. and :a legil I salts, day lietweenthe Take in* mare medicine for chills. \ \ \
the matter is looked at by uur'governmelt !in this'OI11ltQ'. The climaifwould It tones up the nerves which sutl'rring :regal hours of site, in front of th'lllIrt our I Jr. hire! Chill Tad. I fit..o5-ON: T.- t
is attested by the fact that no home dH.r in TittitviHe. Prt! -yard f
and disease have shattered. It is muiity.Florida uree will tefund your moneIJle, Fla. he .I ;
overtures respecting the attitude of affect tho labor question: therefore the most perfect remedy ever devised all the fllowilt;: ,h's"rih.llul\ll lying Pr I King Chill 1'ad nut only J't-. -d, I
chiefly! by the latitude resulting 1: and being; iu Btt'\trtll''llllty. Florida to wit : .
foreign governments have as yet been to restore weak women to perfect Hires+ chill, M'' )MMHJ to back 1CQ*K n'aime. vt
Then- t, section Id. township 35 south lit'rall):c- I
made by the administration. It Is from the enervating influence. health, and to make! them attractive 40 ca-tt. excepting therefrom l lots 1 and :t and A !sure prv- "five. d ll G,n at t ..
Is ample material! available! without and happy. $ at all I drr-_"_'i t does .
probable that the first move in this direction 1.00 druggists that pout of l lut.; 3 and 4. lying west of not ? except1'-
Rica cost for the protection of the men at II. For advice in cases requiring special Florida itt: Coast I'ail wa\" i..*,. I md011 one on nt. T. f. ,\HS will be made to 'osta "
materials from rain and! !>oU!!. directions, address giving syrap- of way. aKo U 7. ;-rdi- '!l Uie(_ best let;et-.T'l 1, !lI t.: K1N( CHI !:alt Gallie, tiJR.,
and Nicaragua and not to a European land made !by 1 II. 15. luc! iie t0 his
The scenery is picturesque. LainNicar'irm ,- toot, "The Ladies' Advisory Department < .t.lte.. Tl'nll. ti lector..
or, and on record in .-. 'J -
power. The > ? /
Chattanooga Medicine \ ,,, O. I
So much relating to the route of the it -vlf !hia! boll. nuett'I.t Co.. Chattanooga, Term. and aNo excepting 2 '" l' t slks are now af.Jle" :' I
F l II M F1 open
F. P'\\ 1
\ d said Florida KastCwonuch er
tainoiH coast line, mellowing: < : /
proposed canal has been printed as to LET J. "". SMITH. Camden g. C., thereof ,! dliE i 'ish J I,rrt .1 ll J ery daft Sunday a .; I leave nothing left to be said-that is, Intervals with given rolling hills, but eeyN"My wif suseJ t5"lneof Cardui at home aTitutville ; s gf fIe Eau Ph t e. Twin S\1 I tu 11 a. m.x pom 1 to'3-tn- i. l }
for fallUi' oi the womb and it > .J }
entirely cured
til characteristics 1
at no time assuming! ..
nothing that Is new. Hut a condensed her. rompt hJ, xE? v
of a plain.! The existence of the \ *' -r4 v -.4 I
description may be of interest, at this .' ;. ,
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9, 1900. ._

X ggEjFLORrDA STAR ORANGES IN MEXICO.The GENERAL DffiECTOBY. Admlnitr tor'. Notice. Florida .

All persons having claims against the estate

L: Entered at the Posiibilltie ofSnccessful Culture on or Ephriam F, Adams,late of Brevard county; ; Peninsular ffl-fflCentral

4 second-class postoffice mail at matter.Titusville as Tehuantepec.The SOCIETIES, ETC. Florida, deceased, are hereby notified to pre k
sent them to the undersigned, properly au-
EllJ. B. following is taken from the last re TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TBADE-JL S. hentieated, within the time prescribed bylaw to -- '

Wager editor and Pobllther.PUBLISHED ceived of Modern Mexico, and orange Jones, president; J. M. Dixon, treasurer; J. or this notice will be pleaded in bar of Rkoa : ..
copy G. Bast, secretary. Meets second Wednes- recovery, and all persons owing said estateare t
It, EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. growers of Florida'wilt read, it with day night in each month at their rooms.F. hereby required to make immediate pay 'k

interest. The paper mentioned says: ment to me this January lit, 1900. Unexcelled service from Floridato
f FISH AND "The possibilities of orange growing on & A.M.=Indian River lodge. No.90, holds JOSEPH P. BROWN all points .. .. .. ..
OYSTERS. its meetings the second and fourth Friday Sheriff Brevard county, Florida and ex-
the Isthmus of Tehuantepec will be fully East and West.
8-: evenings of each month at the court house.A. officio administrator of the estate of EphriamF. North

,A Summary of the Easiness of the State tested by Mr. E. C. Winslow, who owns A. Stewart, W.!I.; J.Mendel, Secretary Adams, deceased. Two trains daily between TAMPA, r'

in arge orchards in southern California, ands Titusville, Fla Jan. 5th 1900. JACKSONVILLE, SAVANNAH and
t 1899.
considered the cultureof [NDIAN RIVER GUABDS.-E." E. Mims, Pullman Drawing
an authority on COLUMBIA, carrying
'' The Florida Fish and Ice company, by that fruit. Mr. Winslow will make Captain. Drill every Saturday night at Administrator's Notice. Room Sleeping Cars, cannectiug at COLUMBIA
8 o'clock, at ,
request, has furnished the following information these investigations in the interest of the armory over county jail. All persons concerned take notice that six with sleepers forWASHINGTON
in months after date I will present my final
regard to fish and oysters in CHURCHES.
Mexican Gulf and ,
this state for 1899 company, accounts and vouchers as administrator of the s
: it will depend largely upon Mr. Winslow's estate of Harriet L. Wilson, late of Brevard BALTIMORE .
The fish business during the past year recommendation whether the culture ooranges f EPISCOPAL CHUBCH.-Eev. R F. Brown, county Florida, deceased, to Hon. D. L. PHILADELPHIA '
)J: has been fairly prosperous to those who Rector.Services second and fourth Sundays Jaulden, county judge of said county, and and NEW YORK.
will be undertaken isth-
on the in each month at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. to be from such administration.
; conducted it pray discharged Also with CINCINNATI sleeper via f;
judiciously but others
3 to "
I mus. Sunday school every Sunday at 9:00 a. m. A. S. WILSON ASHEVILLE.
,. who refused to recognize the limitations i .
"If the succeed said he Administrator.
growers can -
of demand and the preferences of the I John A Titusville Fla., Nov. 3rd, 1899.
when in Mexico City last month, "inringing Hughes pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. m.; "Dixie Flyer" Through Sleeping Car

, consumer, it brought very little recom- the orange to perfection in lies Preaching 11 3. m. and 730 p. m. Prayer Notice. Route between

pense.. There were too many fish taken- it'O there bean meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. You are JACKSONVILLE and ST. LOUISvia
ra would extensive market
All concerned take notice that six months
not too of the desirable invited to come.
many varieties
but for them in the United States, as the crop after date I will as administrator of the es- Lake City, Macon, Atlanta,
a superfluity of trash fish, which are BAPTIST CHURCH-Preaching ateofEoswell A. Randall late of Brevard ,
natures in Mexico at an opportune time. every sec Chattanooga and Nashville,
not in demand for the market, and for The California ond and fovrth Sundays morning and ev oonnty, 'Florida, deceased, present my final
which there is no utilization provided by oranges are not ready ening. Prayer meetings every Wednesday count as such administrator to the Honor- Making connections for KANSAS CITY, 3
fertilizer factories. hipment! until winter, while the Mexican evenicg at 7:00: o'clock. Sunday school able D. L. Gaulden Bounty judge of said CHICAGO and all points in
of of barrels product can be shipped there for con- every Sunday at 9:45 a. m. Also preaching county, and pray for my final discharge from the northwest .
sheephead have been taken and ship first Sunday at LaGrange. All are
such administration.
umption while the weather is still warm Through sleeping-car service between Jacksonville .
ped either at invited to attend. E. N. BELL, Pastor.
an outright loss or without JOSEPH P. BROWN
and at the reason when an orange is most and New Orleans via River. Junction
bringing the Sheriff and as ex-orficio administrator.This .
shipper an adequate return. and Pensacola.Full .
Such catches should be thrown back into njoyed. I cannot see ,any reason why METHODIST CHURCU.-Rev.J, E. Iickler, December 15th, A. D., 1899.$6OO .
the ranges cannot be grown successfully on Pastor. Services first, and third Sundays in information on application to any agent
water. They will be needed some the isthmus. The greatest obstacle is the each month at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.; Sun- of this company.
i. : day-the demand for Florida's delicious worm which seems to have its origin; in day school each Sunday at 10 a. m.; Ep- BOOK FOR ONLY $2.90Ilagner's A. MACDOXNELL, L. A. SHIPMAN,

F fish is increasing and widening-and for he blossom. To eradicate this must worth league every Sunday at 3:30 p. m.; Geu'1Pass. Agt. Ass'tGen'l: Pass. Agt.
that reason it is Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7:30 p.
a wanton waste to put Standard Horse and Stock Book.
icce&sarily prove verydelicate operation, m.; Ladies' Aid society meets each Wednes

them against into almost barrels assured now loss.and ship them as the buds may become damaged very day at 3:00 p. m. Everybody welcome. A encyclopaedia complete pictorial of! A $4.00 BOOK FOR Wets. .

asily. I have tasted the fruits of a tree reference .
.; The oyster industry has hardly held its forty years grown Mexico, and which TOWN DIRECTORY.TOYN .. for practical horse owners. This The Fanners'Encyclopedia..
own. The lack of needed -- book contains man
l legislation! is ]
I lad always been neglected, never pruned, OFFICERS, D Penney, mayor; valuable I Everything: pertaining -
{ having its inevitable effect. The natural :nd was allowed to surrounded :II. S. Jones Jr., marshal and tax collector, hitherto recipe'l ;to the af-

oyster bars are becoming depleted, and grow by C. S. Schuyler, clerk and treasurer John taming, controlling .,4" fairs the farm,
J. there is weeds and foliage yet the orange wasweet. Henry assessor; D. L. Gaulden, F. A. Los. and educating hones:: I household and
no encouragement or even stock raising. Em.
f .; permission In California that tree would not ley J. M. Dixon, W. R. Knox, Jno. R. Walker Departments devote braces articles: on
to restock to horses, cattle
them fit
t by private par have lived for seven years. The flavor of f councilmen. The council meets first sheep and swine;alsi the horse, the colt,
: ties. Only those beds which are unsuitable Tuesday in each month. -,; e '' } I horse habits, diseases -
the Mexican
f.t orange is, by far, superioro M at poultrldcgsbeecul of the horse
---- -- -- ,
which th
indicated ture, including
are contra. by nature ;
,:' that of any other. The oranges on the COUNTY imtECTOHY.OOUNTY care of fruit trees,etc I a the farm, grasses
have been allowed by law to be a fruit culture,
r '. isthmus however 1,200 over
do not seem to lie pages I
i :", planted artificially, and these have been ( 4 ; 1,750 magntficenillustrations I' r'I ,
d lamaged by worms, but by an excess of OFFICERS.-D. L. Gaulden.Titus and 'I cattle.sheepswine,
I a failure. There i is now, it is said, only moisture. The climate there ville M. ; t t absolutely fines poultry, bees, the
is fcimilar county judge; Goldsmith. Titus-
I one artificially Blocked bar' in the ,,, and most valnatl dog, toilet, social
oyster ,
I to that of Florida." ville, prosecuting attorney; A. A, Stewart .e farmers'book lath I life, etc., etc. One
} : state, one at St. Augustine.The Titusville, clerk circuit court; J. F. Woot- -. world. It also cots |I ; of the most com- I

41' Florida Fish and Ice company, of en,Cocoa, tax assessor E.W. Hall Sharpes, ;:, tains 17 special col plete Encyclo
L. T. Travis, agent; Southern railroad, tax collector: John Henry, Titusville, ored plates. If yo: I' : -I1-,1 pedias in existence.
ht.i Jacksonville, furnish the following estimate Selma, Ga., writes: "I cannot say too treasurer; J.lLSamsCourtenay, superintendent r7 -a .. desire this book,sen A large bw k, 8x5%

". ofHhe entire output of fish and touch in praise of One Minute Cough i public instruction; J. 0. Fries, Ti. us our special ofie I I x 1%, inches.illustrated fi3S;
and I i pages fully -
price, $2.90 w
tFtfr;;. oysters for the state in 1899: Cure In myLaseit worked like a charm." tusville county surveyor; J. P. Brown, Ti will forward the boo bound ingreen

' The only harmless remedy that gives im tusville, sheriff;; T. J. Cockshutt, LaGrange, t. to you. If it is nc cloth bind. .
Bbls. Value Total officer.BOUNTY and
registration satisfactory, return : lUg equal to
a Mullet ___________90,000 ft $360.000 mediate results. Cures coughs, coldscroup and wewill exchang II;,, other books costing
Sheephead________ 4,000 8 32,000 bronchitis and all throat and lung it or refund you I i j I H.00. If you desire this book send us our special
COMMISSIOXERS.-J R. Walker, illustrated !: offer price. $0,?5, and 80.20 extra for and
troubles B. Ii,11'ilsou A Son. money. Send for our special cataloguejuoting postage
Bedfish___________. 3,000 8 24,000 : Titusville.chairman;W.H.Sharpe, Sharpes; the lowest prices on \Van I' we will forward the book to you. If it is not satisfactory -
:Mixed bottom______ 8,000 7 58,000 Jos. )Mendel LaGrange; Jno. Houston Eau : save you money. Address all orders to I' return it and we will exchange it or refund

I Spanish mackerel__. 1,000 20 20,000 Drove Him to Drink Gallic; J. X. Waller, Ankona. Regular sessions THE WERNER COMPANY, your money. Send for our special illustrated cata
logue the lowest
quoting prices on books,FREE.
r I:$ Pompano___________ 600 "20 12,000 "When I think what I might have are held first -Fnesday each month. fnbliiben and Minofictureri.: Akron, Ohio W e can save you money. Address all orders to

,1; Red snapper25OOO 9 225,000 trade if I had held onto that stock a little BOUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.-J. M. Dixon, [The Werner Company ii thoroughly reliable.J-Editor. THE WERNER COMPANY,
[f. Shad ___ 2,500( 15 32,;OO'i Pablbberi udUanafactarerf.
------ uu Akron Ohio
Titusville S. }-.Gibbs
l Melbourne.
longer said Baldwin its ; ,
"by George
.t. Other,,fish_.________-4,000 8 -32,000 enough; to drive me to drink." "! 1Ve11W -_. .. .- EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS' --[The-Warner-- Company--is-thoroughly- reliable.}-Editor. A

: 4 Total __________138,100 ,793,, we'll make a pretty strong team," said MASTIIU'S: SALE.Under -

'I :'.' Of oysters,10,000 barrels, worth !$1 per Ham o, riingith alacrity.-Chicago and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure PARKER'S
'.,- barrel, and .5,000? gallons, worth 73cent. Tribune. and sale entered in the circuit court Cleini and bttuLfiti the hair.
for Brevard in causeherin
county a John '= Promote! a luxuriant growth.
Of turtles, 25,000 pounds, worth 10 centsa IF. llogan complainant ...i\1. Never Fails to Restore Gray
Ladies For Hair to Youthful
relief of its Color.
pound. Oysters and turtles together women, Che.ter'sTany : aI.! are defendant I will IItll.r fur sale in ( ,, : :
worth $21,250. Tablets, worth their weight in front of the court house door at Titiisville, sSeccendlfUat IJTUgRIimB' {

::'nl ld.. A safe and certain manU}* reguator. during the legal;: hours of sale on the first TRADE MARKS i .

Size doesn't indicate Beware Mailed on receipt price, 1.00.lnmocK I Monday in M-irch. A. D. 1\/On/ to the highestand DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS : HOOK AGENTS WANTED FOB

quality. ) CURE Co., Atlanta, Ga. best bidder for cash the following; real 1 &.C. I 1 the grandest and fa.teat-aelrmg book ever publuhed, "
of counterfeit and
worthless salve offered .
estate, situate in Urevard county, Florida. to- Anyone sending a sketch and description may i \
for PeWitt's. An infallible cure for piles wit: X. \V. i of the X 11 } and X. i of X. 11J quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an I Echoes

and all skin diseases. B. H.'lh'on& Son Stethoscope Defined. of X. E. i of Sec. 13, T. 33: S. I:. m! 11, containing tions Invention strictly is probably confidential.patentable.Handbook Communica on Patents I I Pulpit

"What is a stethoscope and what is i it I 60 acres more or less, cxeepthi", however sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. ;
Impersonating the 1'arent-t. used for?" a ked the professor: of the clan I out of the above tract the right of way special Patents notice taken, without through charge Munn, in the& Co. receive Containing Mr. MOOHY'S bent S rmoni, with HEART.uOOI
: of the Florida East Coast i T1udliagaWriebincidental'ereandFaprrieace..etu.aatu4'
Mamma: Ethel, what do you mean by i ill anatomy. "The stethoscope"! answered railway company.M. I
Scientific Jlm
(ioLD-'1I111, rican. I By jD. L. Moody
I shouting in that disgraceful fashion ? See: the pupil, "is sort of microscope used byi Special )[aster.

, how quiet Willie is. Ethel Of : doctor for the purpose of looking; into A handsomely" illustrated weekly. Largestclrt \ kvnxlf. Withacomptete hi&tory'of hla life by Rev.(,1I.\it.F.
: course '
culation of any soientiHc Journal. Terms, t3 a liOv, Pastor of Mr.Moody Chicago Church for five yean
he's quiet; that's our lIe's the chest of a patient with his l'ar.- year: four months,f L Sum by all newsdealers. and an Introduction by Stew I.\ MAN ABBOTT, D.1>,

\," coming home late and game.I'm 'Oll.-The papa e Chicago News.: MUNN & CO.36lBroadway, New York i AGENTS new, 61W WA>pp.TEI,bemti.l/ytlZu.>-Men and roved.Women.051.000 rcTbaleiBrand : mow:

( Hi val.f --- --- Indian River SteamersIndian Branch Office 625: K St,Washington.}}.U i immense A. I>. WOIITIILNUTOY Agenta.& CUt: Ilartrordhonu.: >

"Better do it than wi-h it done." Better UU_

f "I am indebted to One :Minute Cough cure catarrh: by taking Hood's Sarsaparillathan ;

{r Curl filr my health and life.: It cured me complain because you suifrr from it. River and Bay Biscayne Hotel Indian River ,1I

of lung trouble following Thousands
; grippe I' rfl'd SYllllhl Inland Navigation Co. ,
I one their lives to the prompt actioof n

this never failing remedy. It cure Artist (showing picture): Now, my dearjihner ROCKLEDGE, FLA. ,
Opt.'faLl"I! line of steamers ht'tW'l'U pt
1 coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, pneumonia trice me your candid opinion of KOCKLEC"E: wn IXDIVX IlnI: z' ,
j anti throat and troubles wood ? Gihner M=.r 4 -a fkr Mt-am Heat Electric
grippe lung my nymphs: : Perfect, my and PALM IJKAC1I.: ou LAKE ,
t Its early UH prevents: consumption.It lear lioy. One would actually think they WORTH touchLiK at principal laudf I 'Lmhtt' Elevator, Urhettra. -

is the only harmle.-s remedy: that giveimmediate s were made of wood Tit-Rit4.: I ill f gs between>c I'uillts. ldlllL t'lifltillllrii Il = b"'ttrr} FIN Hass.Everything. . '
i I results. 1 II. U. Wilson & Son. = ,(
--- Roateviathe INDIVN' HIrE! awl -nll = _
j ; =- t'I'I,'(1\I: THE FINEST '
J. I. Uevry, Lo anton, Pa., writes: through XK\V'ANAL :SYSTEM to
I -
The Cow. -
Dry --
"I am willing to take IIIoath that I wa LAKP. W01.T1I. ,4 ,:iIt'r

f :Mrs. Suburb: Xo more milk ? What's cured! of pneumonia entirely! by then l! of The acroinnuKlatious pal 'i day and upwards.

" the matter? Gardener: The cow has'stop- One Minute Consih. Cure alter doctors fail latch sti-Jiuers pjusii'iiser have IH-IMI increased on, w.; Special weekly rates.

v lied givin' milk, mum. ''Goodness meWhy ('<1. It also ('nrl'dIllY children of Whom ant they are well wiuiiipwl for the

?" "llecause slits dry, mum." ing; cousih.. (Quickly relieves and curesoTMisrhs touiiit l.usi It.'Ss. S l I <__(. ) ] )} y.

1 "Then why in the world don't jive cold, croupj grippe and throat ---- ------
you and him, trouble Children like Excellent meals "erv her rink'-X. Y. i it. Boatiu" Fi" ':'iin!.'., Iluntuiir 1J1''t'I.
a Wl'l.kly.T't'llliIlO11 Mothers endorse it. B. I K.Wilson & !Son.In t' at rca- ,uable price Ricvclim, --

\ In Key West. ---- -- Stnith-bouiul._. Xorth-boumV. among the attraction: _-___ -
---- ----
a Position :: -
Marry. : -lead .
Key West! :Fla., Jan. HI I, 1HX! ).-\V. 11. Stern: Mabel tells Read. -down- Schedule in eum(t. -: up|
. Williams, !>., a well known blacksinitl I me that yon 5t. Sebastian'Jau,1s,19.h1. St. Sebastian

and hardware dealer of this city, has hall!, have: proposed to her. I< it {proper! fr'nu' Mondays; \ I ,,--.t--\h-\; ;; ; g. Every Home, School and Office should own

several severe attacks of the grip wind to ask if yon are in a jxKition to marry ? ami'i i 1\-III: W=-, awl wiSmrsN Webster's International

left him in a bad condition. He bepu Suitor: Oh, you need not be worried alNt! nt Thursdays. -. N.itmdaj', Dictionary

taking Hood's ar'aparill.al1l1 felt the that. I am in a pos-ition where nothing 4 00 p m Lv.-.Koikledgf .\ri, !I 00 a in ll.VTER.V\TiON.\L] ENGLISH, B1cr.1 ph)', Cco-rachy, Fiction, etc.
i-IFects at once. When he had taken three short of will G 30 p in 1.EIII Hdlit.r' Ii 30 a in
;get me out of ,i it. 7 W 1.\__ r' UICTIOOTtXNi.xK: :. .v'' itt + < rv,1.'. ,, ,
p in Melbourne! \ t! (PO a ini ; t. ra. a!..', Stare Supreme Y
50 '
bottles he was per cent better lit Boston Transcript.A l't,I'. t i .. ; ,
c '''fllment Pn.I. ,
00 a in Lv____ JensenAr 7 0111' III ; :"j,1 1 I" If'" :,:i .:., :-thadhtxrhirm'
11tHtakt.s it spring and it \ ., ':.11' .. : tate t>upcrmtccdt-/. -e'
every keep: 10 oo a in il.y-uJupiter, -Ar 2 oo p m : i "'CIIO\J-! lI1"; I'rc l\lcnt,, and
ether.! !10.1'1 .l
: ':t ii' ': r.
in the best of health. .
Thousand T"'Iut'1 2 00 p m >.\rPal'lI.I'al'll. 1 Lv hII_ O a m --- -- .----

WEBS T ER'S wkh. Yilai'clc
Conld not the Glossary cf
express of
rapture Annie
I E Springer, of lll'o: Howard St.. Phila COLLEGIATE DICTIONARY Scotch Vorf- :? Phases./!

Uncle Jedediah: Silver is o'm' ter be delphia, Pa., when she found that Dr. This time table sdinws the time at ,..',.. NTiSTfR'SA
ncw"! iV :-::t" t. i t' /'; n 'rat/ :"'> i t'I '.n.-i-n.-l.! j. : .' a',' vx-ab-\CCUIX3ATE
: 1 I\ the main kale 'round here again; nexcimpaign. King's New Discovery for Consumption which steamers may l lot'SI't''ll t<> iil.irv.ccpij-iitei.i';ht .. ". .1 ...'!c'iv:' f\u. 1UC.i iia, \ \tn:< -.i e\: ,!
'J r.l } Uncle Judson: Ye can't tel had completely cured her of a hacking'coiisrh I arrive at and depart from the aevertllandings illu'tratd.! It'U'. : :., h.1 t.'rth 'a-t; c I ti.l ba"t:: : 'i ruati;,r'. .
anival -- ,
but their or departure
i ) yet, Jed. Uncle Jedediah: Yes, I can a burden.that All for other many remedies years l had made! life: at the times stated is not naranteed >,"' :UH'M j"Ij1{ < ., -flint.:I 7rt"tmiit Ill! tlililtiiitinll. -

,A- Squire Yawp has begun ter carry his itv e- and I doctorscould I our dues the company hold
give her nn help but G. & C. MERRIAM CO.,Publishers, Springfield
she Mas
'. dollar gold-piece and a Mexican dollar says of itself re;\watihlc for any delay or any U. S. A.
] this royal cure: "It soon removed"the I cuucyucnc, ari\ill;', thr'refruni.

I \ 'round town.-Puck. pain in my chest, and I can now sleep I! --- .
___ '! The ,' \usiistiue will he -- -
soundly, something I can scarcely remem Agency .8
Jt l1" 81001aW.-\1m 8100. her doing: br.ftll'e. I feel like "sounding placed in commitMoii urn the line

i The readers of this paper will be pleated to its praises throughout the universe." :So: early in February.

j 'earn that there is at least one leaded diet will everyone who tries Dr. King's NewDiscovery '1 Steamers l'OIlIlt'l't with the Florida An:101-icus: '
{ I science has been able to cure in all i it, for .
any trouble of the throat Ea.; l'tIL.t railway as follows:
\ gad that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
chest or lungs Price 50c. and :1. Trial !(
% e only positive cure known to thas bottles free at I.. It. i OUT1I. Kol'ND Monumental
eternity. Catarrh being a coiistituse : Wilson t1 :Oou'sdru"" : : Marble WorksAMERICUS
requires a constitutional treat store. Every bottle guaranteed 3 Leave JACKSON I L1 E ._!I.J."ta.m.:

... MiaCatarrh Cure is taken internally! Arrive UOl'KLEllliE-3:3": p. m.

I pvMR/v upon the blood and mucou -Honest XOKTII-lorXD
WANTED man or woman to bra V. GA.
ui i +vLifct the sygra h thereby destroyinggiving lar e house: salary ;tai monthly ,, Leave Rtil'ILIIHIE..1:: p. m.

q w mud\use. and the and expenses, with increase; position ;i Arrive JACKSONVILLE) 1'. m.In All kind lof Monumentall kinds:; of Granite, .
home Itiuenl. l ? uP.the.l'onstitu- permlll1>: ne self-addressed
for some to"W ng o In* domg Its Wor k. ". Acres Tue8 330 Caxton stamped bid time to connect with all train and Marble, and Ccnietery Fencing. AF1{ work '

f guys much faith in i t'jison CF ....lIC., r ,_ 1-, g" for the north and \, done in peixm in a satisfactory manner. Correspondence -

i ey offer one hundred Set d I'i I. Sharpe recef .,.. G. C. iiKiis, Secretary general ofiice, bank solicited Hepre.-ented: by
ttnie Irs. DikS t Tllj the )!cFarv'I a building, St. Augustine: Fla
of the S .. r.curr. I Hal's Always Bought G. G, GLEISOX. Superintendent, steamboat
'f1n '
1 ; \ with .
r kin'.sP P Wh'r C. E. I-IOO
d and fre'3 .he wharf Kockledge. Fla. S9.
din (,Boptt{?,,a( 1"nl T. T. KEES.E. Agent, steamboat wharf Palm
Iih do, Silver' 38 the ture '1aIl nstloJ t1.( I' Beach, Fla. 105 Hanou-r St., Jacksonvi11e, I'1AIij .
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