The Florida star.

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The Florida star.
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Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
S.W. Harmon
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Newspapers. -- Titusville (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Cocoa (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Brevard County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
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Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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value by following the methods of successful I A large amount of oil Is .
secured -

lI LIVE[ STOCK1N I .cuni world. breeders It can hardly In other be expected parts of that the situated here In out Los In Angeles.the Westlake The Park wells district are- Hotel Indian River,

Cuban ranchmen will fatten their own which Is the
most fashionable ROCKLEDGE FLA. '
cattle..but this branch of the ;
{ Industry section of the city. Derricks be
ought to be attractive to Americans found ,on the lawns of private houses Steam Heat, ElectricEverythingr' i
TEMATIC DEVELOPMENT. who can double the value of Cuban and on vacant lots adjoining handsome ter Lights Elevator. Orchestra < l"

steers at little cost for feed. Transportation ,
residences. There are about 700 wellsIn First Class. . '
Rich and Extensive Uan e. In Puerto to United States ports Is easy the heart of the city, and at least

Principe! -Satire Cattle and cheap and improved feeds may be 75,000 barrels of oil are produced --- CUISINE THE FINEST -

P ble Old Time Texans and May Be Imported from the cotton states and monthly.C. .

Similarly Improved. used as an auxiliary to the native B. Canfield of Los Angeles was an $3 per day and npwards. I

[Special Correspondence.] grasses that grow in abundance.I engineer in a mine five years ago. Special weekly rates. t"-

HAVAXA. Feb. 5.-In estimating the can advise Americans to take up When oil was discovered, he and a i

resources of Cuba the live stock Indus- cattle raising In Cuba with the same young clerk experimented with wells S. PPOSKEY.t

confidence with which I would advise and began to sink them business .'.
try assumes a greater relative importance as .

,than anticipated. Stock raising them to avoid almost everything else. ventures. The men were successfuland -Boating-, u Fishing_ .--! ; Hunting- -; Drives- ,Bicycling, I'
Is an occupation in which extremes Axous MERRITT. only recently received an offer of among the attractions. PLENTY OF ORANGES.

meet. In a primitive way It requires B. P.. Wilson &Son guarantee every bottle something like $1,000,000 for two of .. t
wells.A J
,. less brains and money than any other of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and their

Industry and in its highest state of will refund the money to any one who is man named Prescott. who Is said Every Home, School and Office should own ;
development the best experience and not satisfied after using two-thirds of the to have made a fortune In the oil regions -

unlimited capital find occupation. It contents. This is the best remedy in the about Olean, N. Y., and then lost 1tif135TERS 'Webster's International Dictionary 1 1of
world for la grippe, coughs colds all of his is out here and is
croup money
Is almost needless to very EVfIR1roxaL ENGLISH
say that in Cuba and Biography,_Geography, Fiction, etc. g
whooping cough and is pleasant and successful. II. W. Palmer of Buffalo _
primitive conditions prevaiL If Abel safe to take. It prevents tendencyof DICTIo\RY STANDARD AUTHOKirY cf the U.: S. Pupreme Court all! the State Supreme I
himself were to come to Cuba, he a cold to result any and who was once master of the oil Courts the U.: i>. Government Printing:; 0:::,c, aJ < t r ri\.l1 t-e cboolbwA.*. I
would find stock in pneumonia.Experienced situation at Titusville, Pa., has a number Warmly! c mmendeJ by,tate Superintendent < hchooU: College l're>l tlllS. and -
raising very much as other Educators almost without number. x
'. he found it when the of wells In California. Myron A. --
family emigrated
'} from E en. Oil IN CALIFORNIA.I Boise of Oil City Pa., is also at workin WEBSTER'S with a Valuable Glossary of .

t<'.' The best stock% ranges of Cuba are California. He is an ex-banker and COLLEGIATE DICTIONARY Scotch TOrds and Phases, 'TESTER'S

; In the: province of Puerto Principe and : Operators From the East at railroad magnate. Wesley W. Porter A new -kthe largest< f the abriigmer.'s cf t\s I.i eraaioal.! hi:; a sizable-r vocab. COLLEGIATE J
was worth less than $100 three years ularycompletedefinitionand etymiloijie-. Has o>cri-.x pr."c> s.:J isrn-hy XDlCTRwirti
an of
ff: area some 12,000 square Work :Near Log Angeles. .
but he least illustrated Its appendix i a storehouse of valuable iif rmation.V s
ago, now at
miles. It Is -
a vast wilderness -- -
less [Special Correspondence.] -- --
r, :<. than 1,000 square miles being utilizedat Los ANGELES: Feb.Californla Is $300,000. There are it must be understood SptmcJIJc..', t.:., '/ l.o:; 7y"0.;..
: }' the present time. The country is having an exciting oil boom. The hundreds, extreme and thousands cases, for who there have are G. & c. MERRIAM CO.,Publishers, Springfield, Mass., U. S. A.

L mountainous, interspersed with valleys times of the gold fever and land speculation not been so fortunate. .
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: and tablelands. The elevated plateausare are recalled. Men and women -_
I covered with nutritive native by the hundreds and thousands are DONALD DUXCAX. Agency ,

grasses which would be the envy of buying oil prospects and investing in It SatedHULeg. ,

; American ranchmen who herd their the stock of newly formed oil .A
: P. A. Danforth of LaGrange Ga. suffered
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flocks In the semiarid sections of ,the panies. Newsboys, <:clerks teachers intensely for fix iiiontlis with n

ri western plains. The climate is all in chambermaids, waiters and waitresses frightful runninir son on Ins l leg, but reM .

favor of Cuba. Cattle thrive here withas share alike the feverish anxiety to get writes that I>Hl1cklen'srnil'a wholly Monumen are Works

little attention as the laziest cow- rich. cured it in ten days. For ulcers, wounds

boys choose to bestow upon them and The possession of oil in paying quantities burns, boils, pain or piles it's the lest
-4 no losses are sustained through bliz is of the utmost importance to salve in the world, cure guatanteed. Only AMERICUS, GA. t : :
L'oe. Sold 15. 1:. Wil.-on & Son
zards. Before the which ,
wars devastated the welfare of this state. California
All kinds of
gi ts. 6 all kinds of Granite .
the Island large herds were com produces little coal and most of the
and Marble and All work
: mon, but the cattle have mostly been supply must be imported from the l \'t'n'urse.. CemeteryFencing.. {

killed. Those that remain are of astern states New Mexico, Washington "What's the noise in the other room?" done in person in a satisfactory manner. Cor- ,

: scrubby varieties and indeed the quality Oregon or else brought from foreign he llelna\uled. retpondence solicited. Represented by

f of Cuban cattle has never: been anything countries. Thus coal for heating "It's :Maggie," she replied. "The poor io." J,

ti,,- to brag of. They resemble the .and manufacturing purposes is expen dear girl has to have some accompli.ihments. c. E. :.IOO S.

L tough Texas longhorns of former days sive. What is needed is a cheap source you know and as the p'ano' distressed 105 Hanover St., JacKson-vi11e F1a.

T. The Cuban cattle industry has not I of power. To a great extent oil fur- : you so much I decided to let "

: yet reached the stage where animals nishes this deficiency.The her take elocution ll' :'ous." '

are fattened for the market. They are engines of the Santa Fe are run For perhaps:' rive minutes he was si- ,

sold as they come from the range, thin by oil In southern California. This lent. Then he sighed: and spoke."I Send Job Printing to The Star Office. :

and tough. Oxen bring about $-10 a company, in a series of experiments withdraw my objections to the your

head and ordinary cattle U..t per cent demonstrated that a given quantity of piano," he wild.-Chicago Post..

less. Calves are worth $10 or there oil would run a train about lii: miles ....

! about. It must not bo concluded that farther than the same quantity of coal. An Eilitnr'g Life Sated by Chamberlain's We give you Up-to Date Printing> at lowest prices. 1

the climate impairs the temper of Cuban The existence of oil in this state was Cough Keumly. }

cattle for the fiem-st lighting known as far back as ISUli.: About 1 C During the early part of K-tober, l0ty!
bulls that ever entertaint-'Iluristo'ratic later well I contracted a bad cold which settled on
years a was sunk in Pico
in ID : READ> : UII :
spectators at Havana come from the can 'onto miles from Los Angeles, my lungs and was neykcted until I feared 1

fountain regions of Puerto Principe. and at a depth of (500 feet seven barrels that consumption had appealed in an incipient

r 1 iyrrimitive as are the methods of stock a day were yielded.! There is one state. I was constantly conghintr Tablets.
and trying to expel incthing which I Hyler's Dyspepsia '
.jffslng in Cuba the methods of pre- well in that section which has since could not. I became alarmed and after

1 firing it for eating are equally so. A yielded over 300,000 barrels and the giving the local doctor a trial boiisrbt a '
.. opular way of curing beef is to salt company which controls it has expend bottle of Chamberlain's Cough IJemedy: ", 11'r M ,is it".iv novi; ton OTIIIHS

It and put it in the sun to dry. The ed oOOUOO in a refinery near lamella and the result was immediate improvement
In Ventura comity one company. ownsa and after I had used three bOWl'SIll e
Head )1 Cox's letter below only one of thou and5 have file iu '
liinss were restored to their healthystate. ; we on our office:
tract of loO.OOU acres, and oil in
paying Burdock .
Cure Co. Atlanta, Ga.Gl'ntlt'IIHnIt .
F quantities has been located. .-P. S. Edwards, publisher of The e
In ISO! California Reciew,1Vyant, III. For sale by B. 1:. is with diffidence that I write :you. for I am not one who likes to find his
I produced 300,000 Wilson \: name: in print but I feel that in this it is my duty to those who sutler and my gratitude to
I ; barrels of oil, valued] at a little over Son."i you to write you what lIylt>r's Dyspepj-Li; Tablets have: done for me. Six niuuthsau; I gave ,-
$.:; 0,( r' 11 :!,2SOot10 ban-el: and the value was! 1ha Kind VJ'J' :l Bought t times hardly able to get my breath. Had tried many I'b -dans-sume said dyspepsia, others
Bears the _/ feaJjWflS heait tionblf. others still catarrh (,fsttlluach-Lll do;ed me but none gave relief. I don't
S2.37Ji.iinn.: ; In Ism about -1.509.0'JO Signature know how many advertised lilt d idm,s I took but still no relief. A friend advised Hylers
barrels of oil were secured at a value of Dyspepsia Tablets. Without hope I got them and began takinir. To guy surprise they gave
of at cast : .bnoOOO. There are about Immediate relict and, after Wing three boxes, I am now cured anti feel better than I have .
''.:;IIO nilells iu California at the --- I in years. Enclosed find $2.(H>. for which send uie two boxes: want one of them for my cuter .
present Mean Thing. : and the other, while I now dull wed them I will always: keep them in my house.
time and new wells are being added 'You know that of Yours
jewel a hired girl I gratefully I). F. COX.
almost daily. One expert in this of mine who left the Blinkin::;opps and HYLEU'S IIY'I'EI',1.T.HLETO:' :-; are especially prepared for Dy-pejwa.) i In-

city recently assured the writer that came to me for $1 more a \Y'ekr'"Y digestion, Catarrh Momadi: 'un-tipation, Sick headache and all diseases arising

three years hence the daily yield of oilwill i l'S." from a Di-ordt-u-dStoinacli or Lher.

exceed 40,000 barrels. "Well would you believe it, that despicable Hyler's Dyspepsia Tablets are put in boxes containing 30 days' treat
'Capital from the east is pouring: into Bellinger is ment. Price $1.00
woman trying to per box mailed to any address
California. At least:: $10,000.000 is invested "
buy her away from me. -Cleveland on receipt of price.
in the industry. A considerable Plain Dealer. .
: part of this sum has come from such }U'ltUOl'l'IU: ('0., illaiita, (.a.I .
U2 (
Y rt ?s (places as Buffalo and Dunkirk. N. Y.,, .., \ r I
I J and Bradford and Titus -ilk'. Pa. Dozens Br a4a hare used Rlpatu Tabu'.ea with to much t&tUf4ctloa 1 hare teen: great suCeror from constipating
, [ID IPn @rn / that I can cheerfully reco'i.m-'nJ U..."-. I fcru-urS-e yea.-j. N .i ,iLg gave me suy relief.My .
of .
f men who once worked among i ... _. a Have been troubled (<>r abouttbree j-ars wiU! f.. t MiJ legs and abdomen were Moated .a '
the oil wells of New York. Pennsjlva- \ what I caUed bilious attacks c<. i once a week Was told by 113erent p 'Y5i.IUI'I .", I saw K'r'.ns Ta''i.'es a :aivtrtlsed out "' 1
via and Ohio are now employed in this @@Ib IID@: t 1 that it was caused ly had teetn. of wlu;h I had Oativ" rep,r. i-t.u ,orne anti took EI d:reel {,"
& state. Some are bright young fellows \ : several I had the teeth extracted but the attacks I .X Hare tisea them a:>out three weeks and there .
-- ri = continued. I had: seen aJvrniS'-mei.U! of I ti "Uoh :acl.! :' ;:>*' 1.\ 'i r"t c,!n-t'patei any more \
with of
-. -- ---- Ir plenty money. Others have IYR Rlpans Tubules in all the palters tut i.a.l no faith lOud I owe it t.l t" Klpani T,1e5: Ian thirty-
f () n .
n'rI <<""" In them but about six:: weeks since a fn i. c.l induced I evu years oi>l, haze no oc ipation! only m/
i r CUBAN CATTLE tr. me to try ti>em. Have taken but two of tLe I Loacehull Uullvo a:id LursLLg my sick :Loaband.Ha : .
i small cent boxes of the Tabules ant have has had the dropsy and I am try!!;" P.tpausTal
product is called tasajo. which wouldbe I iID[ cs@W m j1 DO recurrence c.f the attacks. Have never given a :ules for him. He feel some Letter but It wlU ,
known In the States as jerked beef. Zw ? testimonial for aLvthii..- ix>fi>re. but the great take some time, he has been srk so long. YOB ,
amount of good which I believe has been done me may we my letter and name ai yon Use.
Tasajo will keep for several weeks, if I FOR THE BLCOD.LIVER.IUHGS. I by K'.rsis Tabules Iu,iucoj me t.,aJ1 mine to the Mrs. Attar GCRHAI CLASH. ,
testimonials Uuubtleu haIn
not forever, anti i is used for home con- "f stir .t t poseesslin many now. you A- T.DKWiTT.your l s
I have been Buffering from LeaJa'hri ere '.
Mimptiou by the masses of the people. Experience has shown to physicians '
since I vra a l.tila o'ri I could never rUe in a '
The chief beef product exported is that the majority of diseases have their I want to Inform yon. car' r g?Into a crowded
bides and no effort has yet been made origin in the derangement or disease of in words. of 1.I-,h'ht t_ _' .t t't"' A4KS4_ r-,-.!-t.{. place. without. ",geitinj ;'
praise. of the lutii-rtt neaJacneanSl.kattll
the stomach and other of 1 "
to utilize other parts of the animal : organs digestion I Save derived tr- m : --1' "t"mach 111"1r1about
and nutrition. The stomach is the R:; oAllsTl1bl.les.lama. of.1; I R'I.P'.t\'N'Sj. 1;,;. n.Tamatt
which have made fortunes for the big .
:: '&. ty aunt cf mute woo
receptacle in which food is received and nur-e ant
Chicago; (packers. The prospects of the the laboratory in which it is to "'I U. .'t ta;"..'., taera for catarrb .
prepared -
1 1Rk bead U alwiiy netdc.tRt U $ of thu stomach. S had t
cattle industry in Cuba are dazzlingV nourish the different parts of the body ;.ors Tames J> ea it. j i'<> fount such rel'.of from !
'of course there may be obstacle> It prepares brain nourishment in one After i-ne of [aycaest *... The modern standard '.+ tut'Ir u,.esheadsisedms
V I > to take tnem UK. and I
toundmystlicumpletely i .
'!. which have not yet appeared. way nerve nourishment in another tk . -
Wit AcU.Ktnihe[ : nor e.t : "' :: .i sinesednlde
Cuban horses also to muscle nourishment in another. When 7. Family Medil.ut October, ant,
are profitable of r Gi to I;"\\- w win <<
the stomach is out of order" these er, Ph. G., SNJ" h'fwarkAve.Jersn ..I ,--v gay they have completely -
raise, anti Puerto Principe seems to be various forms of nourishment are only City i t- t'*1' 1/ cine : Cures the > cured DiY .beaiache. .
the proper place for them. The prevailing Kipar.g lal'uks! wltiirant > I am twenty clct year
partly or imperfectly prepared, and ( rc,uits. *1! tJ o" '> oM.: You ar" welcorn t
type bears the mark of Spanish at nerve, muscle, or brain, as the case tilt: Brb.ta WlSDSAS. : common evcry-day v W u,e rifts tcitltuonl .-
blood, more or less modified by climatic may be, is only partly feel and the resultis .i -> '... lln J. E&OOEXTU, "-1'..
conditions. The result is a fine ani p. in. which is Nature's protest and 4.i I: ill of humanit '. \
Hotter was troubled :1) v: ib I' ---
mal with stocky body and lithe limbs, \\arnmg. The pain may be in the head with heartburn aud., : ,
remarkably intelligent l'reS1111 capat- or in the heart, but you roust: reach it ileeple9ce- cau. .t-d by *;'' UJ i 1IAGE ,'w- Mr sarin,year old bo71ntIe.UoD
through the stomach t r a good + iuffered with palms islli
ity for long; journeys under the saddle you can't cure man ears. One day *.I z tQ. bead toustliiatlOB
The manes awl tails give Cuban horses it. That is the philosophy on which Dr the Bt.\r a testimonial t, 0 I 41'Q' h :t and complained of bill
Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is la the paper InJvrit! a i t :to k' ...a.'h. He co-.!d not
an attractive appearance, which maybe prepared. It has absolute control of Rip an* Tabulea. She 4:1: I ::.' eat l."> cLUdrcn of 1'.14 A
brought out by careful grooming the stomach and digestive and nutritive determtaeltogrethem: .,, .eaK fi J age do and what tUU '
a trial waa greatly -- .. .
ea: : did Gut
Common Cuban horses are worth system. It cures disease in head, heart, relieved ty their use K.* +7.*+**?*** *if yV".f**i with him. Hewaatbla agree ij" I

about $IX, but some choice stallionsare I.OS ANGELES: oILFiELD: liver, lungs and other organs by curing and now takes the and of a ..:troD color. ,end ltl
Tabules regularly. 8t.ekeep3atewc.utoneP.lpanl Reading fOnt of the teotltaonlals la favor of .. f
the diseased condition of the
very \'aluahle.merlcm breeders seen better' days anti hope to recoild stomach Tabulea the b.uiie auj eaji bhe will not be win' KU-at.3 Tab4l&a,1 tried tht-m Rlpan-i Tabu1" r- t J
who want to introduce a strain of wild lost fortunes. Many are \(.> which prevents the proper nourishment out them. The h.arthurn i and sleeplesoLess bare only relieve: hut actual!? care I i iy ji-jn;. .tUUtiuN, 4 i
of the various and disappeared with the InJlgCbtloa which was tae hea.Uce '
organs corrupts them bare disappeared bowtl .
; al1lialli.
blood into their animals tind some I It delight to rehear to listening ears the FI the !
may by its own diseased condition, in the formerly 10 grt'.t burden fur her. Our whole good uu.-.on aai he tever nom lalnl a. \
thing to suit their ideas among the story of other booms.. They tell of nourishment it family take its: TabuU i regularly, pacUlly after Btomach. He Is now a red, chubby.faced b,' ed, .
partial provides. In like t hearty meal. My mother U fifty years of age wonderful chance I attribute to Rlpani1I -*" m.
awl fortunesmade
horses of sudden and strikes ,
this lucky
province. manner "Golden Medical Discovery and Is ccj >:yia; the: b-stof health and spirits; also am .itk&ed t: at they will benefit any ftlOUL
e To attain the highest success in stock almost in the twinkling of anlye. purities the blood, by purifying the eau hearty meals, an ImposilblUty before she the cradle to eld age) If taken according re now Open at r c

raising In Cuba it will be necessary to cimprove The loss of $llM.IOuJ seems nothing stomach and other blood-making organs. took Rlpacj Tabales. ArE9? H.B PC&D. I..w.\lunday exreptor. .

the native herds by the introduction i to these people. Oue wizeu faced '-I. when they' hm .1_to 2 p. ..oo...

of better blood. As Texas cati bent old gentleman was pointed It contains no alcohol .L a."itll.i packet ec preferable to TIM Jb packed a psttr rartoa(.ithoatgtamUnowfurl""'::' Ro> ,
Mm dram .orea-r ton U intended for a* poor gad UtfAaomla Oa.iU"ector f
tle have been revolutionized by means out to the writer as once having I
or other intoxicant ban of the ftToett lad by cuul by Knilug for A 1 Ubt e<. Vott bq.atrieP' I .
of Hereford Shorthorn Galloway and c over $r>00.000 in the Pennsylvania oil t nncu.CoTAT,N' ,U.Eto Ia 'r. single c&I"tolllIU IAT 01S:-, J ts *or flTf t*,*. Jgtorekeep /

Aberdeen-Angus bulls, so may the f fields. lIe is now at work for $2 per and no narcotic. AM TASCIM m?inoroughbrcdMd Eau: tl.i... n. nl'w't.5h Indian river*", r fn .Motl,,!t ; .
tarter ihopsupplies of all I* i .
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herds of Puerto Principe be doubled in t Jay.'f Pr. JltoJaa. A. Rl1sse. ., ) J
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The quilt made by the Ladies' society TIa

f!' BREV AnD COUNTY STATE BANK.-Do was raffled off Saturday, Mr. J. F. MELBOURNE STATE BANK pita1$15,- ROBBINS : ; :

t ;. JOur business with the Oldest State Bank in Wooten guessing the nearest number of 000. J. H. Phillips, president; E. P. Branch, ;
:i Brevard county. Solid and conservative. beans in a small sized pickle bottle. cashier. The only bank on the lower river
,and the pineapple region of Brevard county. II = ti
'. W. L. There beans in the bottle and : Hangs
.. D' D. S.-Offices over The Indian River the number he had was 1,107. We ven- EAU GAIXIE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
f. Drag CJo'a stores,the leading establish- t.LA. .
Drug and
went of the Indian rivereountry. ture to say he slept well that night, HODGSON BROTHERS. Dry Goods, Ship _
had pleasant dreams. Chandlery, and Shelf Hardware, Pipe and *!
8. F.TRAVIS & CO. are Exclusive Wholesale fittings, Clothing, Paints and Oils, Groceries. -
+r i Grocers and do not sell to consumers. They We failed to announce last week the .Marine railway, steamer for charter. OIL. .wYFIILs.Will .

retail all other goods, carry a large stock, arrival of a party of six, who have rooms

end can meet all competition. with Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gould, in their FORT PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. practice in State and United State '

: THE TRAFFORD BAKEEY.-First quality very handsome residence on Delannoy C. P. PLAITS- Physician and Surgeon. If it was only health, we Courts.

\ Bread, made of high grade flour, sent to any avenue. They are: Mr. and Mrs. S. Calls to any point on the river promptly might let it cling.
"w- Address also answered. 'Fo't Pierce Florida But it is a cough. One coldno
: '. ; never-failing home-made yeast Edick Mr. and Mrs. Cicero Stout and
takes. Ice Cream every Saturday. sooner passes off before Abstracts Of Title ,
Mr. land
daughter, and Mr. Stout's father, EAU GALLIE.S. another comes. But it's the famished to
.GO TO J. M. SANDERS The Old Reliable Martin Stout, all of Olcott, N. Y. same old cough all the time. I in Brevard and Dade counties.
Store, for good, fresh and reliable goods F. Gibbs, of Melbourne, was in Eau And it's the same; old story,
tt v .such as Dry Goods, Saddlery Crockery, The Jarvis House register shows the Gallie Sunday. There is first the cold,
Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. E. W. Brown t too. list of lands owned )
following named travelers: Capt. Frank Houston is up for a short then the cough, then pneu We have a large

JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. Atlanta; Leon S. Meyer, Philadelphia; visit to his family.Dr. monia or consumption with the by ourselyes and clients.
Pleasant location facing the river on river A. J. Legg, Savannah; J. \V. Little, John long sickness, and life tremb

t 1 front. Rates $2.00 per day,special terms by Dorman, Eddy Lake, S. C.; Frank Gau- Lansing was up for a short visit ling in the balance.Agers. Prices for Unimproyed Lands :
: the week or month. from Palm Beach this week.
tier, Crescent City; T. Donnerley, Inter-
laehen; R. C. Rogers, Jacksonville; Mr. Miss Jennie Miller spent Sunday in $3.00 to $100.00 per acre.

f JAND p D DOWN l THE f f EAST 1 COAST. C.and Pitzer Mrs. Simmons Jacksonville, Ottumwa J. D.Iowa Crabb; R., Melbourne with her parents. ; We have a few .

; The Granada is having its share of
.. Lake City. Residence, Orange Grove and Pineapple -
Urlef Mention of Minor Matters Occurring tourists under Dr. Welles generous man properties in desirable loca
Last Sunday the Masons held their agement.The .
at Our Neighboring Towns tions. Prices reasonable.
masonic service in the Episcopal church,
$ county scow for the Sebastian river
S Mr. W. II. Cresson of Point read-
COCOA. City ,
ferry is now ready to be towed to Its che1Iecorj

;. Car Inspector Shirley, of Titusville, ins an address by Bishop Oberheimer. destination.Miss -OFFICES-
They marched in a body from the lode
in town !last
L was Saturday. Hodgson:
Florence and Miss
room over the postoffice, in the Eyer TITUSVILLE and MIAMI.
Mr. Tom Robinson, of City Point, was building, down to the church, twentytwo Hattie Near took in the excursion to Sebastian ----.-- -

:- in town Sunday and Monday. being the number in the procession.A Monday.Two i EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.

F 4 Mr. J. F. Wooten spent several days very large congregation was presentand families from Youngstown, Ohio, ;

> ., in Sebastian this week and last. enjoyed the services.Mr. are expected daily, and will .occupy cot- G. F DUREN, AgentS :

Mr. J. D. Crahh, of Lake City, was in J. B. Baker, of Maryland, and Mr. tages in our town. I I

town this week, calling on old friends. Baxter, of Troy, Penn., arrived yester- Mrs. Hughes' of Youngstown, Ohio, loosens the grasp of your cough. S

;-t Mr. Thomas Gibbons, of Merritt, day from Palm Beach, where they have has arrived, and is the guest of )Ir. and The congestion of the throat i Florida .I
i "looked in" on us for a short while Mon been spending a while. They have beenin Mrs. C. C. Booth.Archdeacon and lungs is removed; all inflammation -- and
.,. -, : the state about two months and have is subdued; the '
B. F. Brown will be in Eau I
i at rest
[ parts are put perfectly \
day.Dr. visited Hockled e. Mr. Baxter's health I Western .
I and Mrs. DiBol returned last Friday Galhe Sunday. Services morning and and the cough drops away. It : it.I
; their to Palm Beach has so much improved that he is on the e\emng. All imiteIr. has no diseased tissues. on I cw9 ;
: from trip highly .lleafs
I lookout for a home in Cocoa, where he which to hang. I
:\ Adams of Melbourne and Prof. 9jr .
i pleased. 1 1
and his family can hereafter spend the i

; Mr. and Mrs. Beal, of City Point, were winter. We truly hope he will be ableto Pomeroy, of Eau Gall ie, contributed the Dr. Ayer's 'QN' of allKinds.

r calling on some of our merchants last find a place and will be glad to welcome music for the dance Wednesday.Miss .

i i Y., has arrived in Eau Gallie, and will
visitor in '
1 Miss Alice Weinberg was a Rev. J. E. Mickler arrived Saturday

<,.- I I' Eau Gallie a few days last week, returning afternoon from Titusville to fill his appointment spend the winter with her father, who Plasterdraws TitusviUe, Florida. i: .
has a home here.
. Friday. here Sunday. lIe preached .. .
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out inflammation of the
of E, :. Supt. John II. Sams, of Courtenay, was Sunday morning, and just about ten minutes Mr. and Mrs. Squire, of Youngstown, lungs. .....FOE.... -1

...... t! '. in town Monday, and while here visited before the regular train came from Ohio, are at the Granada, and express
?', ; the school. the south he received a telegram that his themselves as delighted with our town Adviec Fires. A Shave and a Hair Cut
father ill at his home in Wei- and surroundings.Mr. Remember we have a Medical Depart
was very whatever
ment. If you have any coiupUini
1.\ I Mrs. J. R. Miot and Mis. Jake Field, born Fla. Mr. M. left immediately.His and desire the best medical advice ... GO TO....
Noel A. Mitchell Wednesday obtainvrtc the
of Indianola visitors spent you can possibly
if'f.i were pleasant
> r very father died, we have afterward learned doctor freely You will receive a -
aided in
in Eau Gallic and -- -
in town Saturday. greatly prompt reply. without cost. Carruthers' =
r? \ and the many friends he has made! the entertainment that evening in the Address, int. J. C. AT Eft. i -

:' Mr. Charles Bolton, of Malabar, was aL during his visits to Cocoa, sympathize: i'reutler hall. Lowell, MASS. i ......Barber Shop
; i visitor in town Sunday. His old friends deeply with Mr. M'ckler in his bereave- .
The Right Rev. Bishop Crane Gray is None but
were pleased to see him. ment. experienced TITUSVILLE,
; Mr. Tom Sanders, of Indianola, was in After spending six weeks in Rockled e, when consecration services will beheld satisfaction guaranteed :

J town for a few days last week on a visit Miss A. A. Whitenack, of Tecumseh, at St. Johns chinch. Due notice of the OAK HILL. J. L. CAERUTHEBS Proprietor.
to his daughter, Mrs. K. U. Johnson. .Mich., and her cousin, Mrs. Hattie L.
will be
hour gl\'cn1.1tcr.: .Capt. E. S. Coutant has exchanged his
:Messrs. J. L. and F. T. Guild left Mon Walter, of Eden Rapid*, Mich., haemoved
J" The houseboat Rochester canied a printing press for a fine new one, with George: Peeples,
"" : day for Palm Beach, where they will up to Cocoa and are very pleasantly all the latest improvements.Mrs. ,
. spend a short time, returning Saturday.Mr. located in one of Dr. J. 0. Schofield'scozy i party of tourists, from Lansing, Mich.,
and Orinoud Eau : J. ) of Jacksonville Old >nbulldmsr
little cottages. They have just returned to Daytona leaving Malbroney, nest TINSMITH,
II. C. Rogers, representing the from Palm Beach, where they Gallie Monday. Captain and Mrs.:: Bennett was in town a few days last week the door to Car. --- ---------- --

Ocean Steamship company, of Jacksonville spent a week, and while they could not accompanied the party. guest of/11',. W. C. Howes. ruthers'\Va>hingrton barter, TITUiVILLE, FLA. Z
} was a visitor town last Saturday.
( help being charmed with the beauties; The entertainment Wednesday by the Mr. Watson:: and friend, from Dajtcna rinsmilbing,Cooling, Guttering and all kinds

After spending about two weeks in that popular place afford, still they show Ladies' Aid society will be duly reported arc at :\lr:;. J. Summerlin's for a of repair work promptly attended to.

t > town visiting friends, Miss Mary Witt- a preference for our own lovely Indian I next week. A large and enthusiastic few
| feld left Monday afternoon Melbourne.: ri"t r. audience was present :and a jolly time :Mr. F. M Cro-by, Nantucket, and Mr.

I A large party of young folks from Cocoa spent. Melhouine was well represented, Reid: of Q'liiu-v Mass., !have been staying -

; and Rockledge assembled last Thursday {'ITl'ODiT.. the steamer Spartan uuirymg an excursion ; at Mr. II S. Parker's for the past ten irange! Trees

r night at Dr. Schofield's and heartily enjoyed D. Wingood and II. S. Black were from that place. Ibis function days. _
an oyster roast. shopping in Cocoa Monday morning. came oil in Tieutrer hall.
Miss Pattie Houe, who accompaniedMiss
il The dance at Indianola Friday night Walter Hatter is suffering from the effects The stl'alUl'rilrcr: King carried a jolly : \\' as far as Ormond has le- Grafted- and- ---Budded <'" i

vas very well attended by the young of a carbunkle on the back of his party of Eau Gallie; citizen to Sebastian turnedfrnnia very pleasant it with : con
People of Cocoa and Rockledge. All report and return Monday. .\mougthoscalJoard 4 and 5 year did orange roots. I '
lu-ck. her brother! Tom, and other friends. I Grafts to 1 inch diameter, 4 to 6
an enjoyable time. were Mr. and Mis. McNab, Dr. and Mrs.C. feet, well branched. .
S. of his Miss Pearl of ;
Hendry is shipping most gar- Wakeley, Augustine,
(j. Booth, Mr. and Mis. Iuirclr8.: .
Mr. and Mrs. Straley and little son left den truck this season to the hotels along and Mr. Harry 1( Cresson, of City Point, Can supply the foil tying varieties ,
C. L. Taylor, Mrs. Hughe-, Mrs. W. J.
Thursday of last week for their home in
the east: coast.!' who were visiting Pattie anti Will Howe: ,
Xeblttliss: Floience Hodg-son, Miss i RUBY BLOOD. '
New Jersey, after very pleasantly spend !have returned to their respective homes. : '
ing some two or three weeks with their Mrs. A. Faber, Capt. W. II. Sharpeand Near, and others whose names your cor- 1 1 MICHAELS.. \'-,.
brother, Dr. Straley. Dr. (j. W. Holmes, of Faustina: were lospondent could Hot learn. The steamer Min* Eva Pope, who came down with .......f r"I.I SAN MEDITERRANEAN FORD'S 4

in town this week. returned about 10) p. in. the same day. :Mr. and Mrs. T. I!. Allen in November, BOEN GRAPEFRUIT, < ,
\ }Jr. T. Roy Puckett made a visit to has left us for her home in Boston, stopping '

f Titu&ville this week, going up Monday Doctor Mitchell of Litiranjxe, Georgia, :\lt:L"OUH\;. b\ the way for week's visit with The best trees in the state at any price. ;
I afternoon on the 5 o'clock train, and returning after spending several weeks at this place, Those wanting a really fine article should ,
left for his home Sunday. :Mr. and Mr=. (). \\ Bonter gave a Miss; Pearl Wakeley in Augustine.. order at once. t,
Tuesday: on the 12:48.: :
beach party la-t Monday. Me. r*. T. J. Murray and Watkins i
News has been received that Mr. Lewis Born, :Monday, Feb. 5th, to Mr. and Will be prepared for the next sixty 4
in Oak Hill lat week.Ir..
Mrs R.: E. Cavesa laughter. Mother Miss Mattie Hoke left for her home in were days to graft to order any trees that -
.; H Andrew is quite sick in Newark, X. kin i is from Gainesville and looking
be fill d
and High Spiings last: Saturday.Miss was may required to orders for
baby are doing nicely.
., -with an attack of measles. His many for hickory timber in the interest of my old and new customers who may g
friends wish: for him a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. A. Brady; arrived Wed : Mary: Valentine, of Tillman, is a raniaire: manufactory to be started near 'I want fine trek-s either on small or l.'
Mis. Carter this week. large stork Will meet all demands :
Air. John Eberwein, Artesia, was in nesday from Titusville amid arc now comfortably (iaine \'ille. I for tangerine and grapefruit. Will

I e ;town Tuesday. This was his tiM visit to located in their cottage.; Mr. 1" L. Keefer, of Wabasso, was a The saw mill belonging toIr.: n.I put out over 15'XK trees to these twoyaridits.
,1 Cocoa in several months. His old-time Hc)11'. Slide-field, of Melbourne, i b pleasant[ visitor in town Tuesday. Creighton has armed from Enterprise, Addrrsa

/jp4Ii friends were very glad to see him again. holding protracted meet ings here this: Mr. E. C. Bi\ler: of Jacksonville, arrived and we understand that it will be locatedat 'VV' CONNER. :

11r. and Mrs. Charles II. Randell and week. Quite a number \\weont Monday in town last Tuesday evening. mile po-t: 131 about one-half mile OCKLAWAHA EllIE.' ,

Mr. Albert H. Randell, of.\e\isck, N. J., evening. )Ir. S. .\. )Iul'llen'a5 among the north of Mr. E. A. Marshe's place. Mr. OCELA: AEA, FLOe.IDA

f \vert pleasant tors in town last Friday Paul Thomas, a professional bicycleracer visitors: in town the tint: of the week. Ciei.L'hton; intends to give work to our I ,
I \fr-om Palmetto hall, Merritt, here they from Ohio, is stopping at the Hat- l people here fiat, and it will surely be a --- --- -
of Grant in
Mr. L. K. Smith, was
are spending some time. ter house. Mr. Thomas expect to benefit to Oak) Hill in many ways.uv7Trat' The Most
1 town Tuesday with! a boatload of oysters.:: ._ CompleteELECTRICAL t
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{ I Mrs. II. S. Hibler, Andover, X. J., Indian river until June, having come
('apt. C. J. Schoonnuker: and C. Ham- : O\Ttm: : ; !
Florida for his health.
to ;
of Mrs. Dr. Stialey and Miss
mother : .
-- -- -- '- nond., of Cocoa, were in town one day Fresh Indian river oysters to order.
of X. _
Buena Vreeland, Orange, arrived -
.- GKOUGIAXA. last week.Messrs. :.Send to Jas. .\. Ruell, >t. Lude, who .
in last Thursday and will
V town ,
spend some time among us. Mrs ,J.r.. Bruner was not so well : George; Otis, Cox and C. A. will give you prompt attention.O.A.STOn.IA.. SUPPLY JJOUSE. .
when last learned of her
we condition. Xa"l.lwere, guests:; :: at Hotel Carleton
Mr. and Mrs. Simmons, of Ottumwa, : : I in the state
The fishermen are again located at this lat: Tuesday night.; : E
Iowa, father and mother of Mr. Edmund Bears tie The Kind You Have Alvws BoughtSigaatrse {
iimmons, arrived in town Monday after place. Moonlight nights; are not so Capt. .\lex. Goode left Monday for THEJohnson
favorable to their success.:; for Eau .iallie from that point he is to If+ # :
t; noon. They left today Friday), going of !
1 :)r1 to Fernandina, on a visit; to their son, Mr. Sytnons, son of Robi>it S} Dions, pilot the houseboat Rochhester, up to Law I
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I .Mr. John Simmons.i from Kcnosha, Wis., arrived last Saturday kutona. : -----r-- :

to spend the rest of the winter and The Mr. and ... I
The midnight train going south last surprise party given on :I COMPANY
\ Saturday night, in some unaccountable spring.Mr. Mrs. T. C. Xichol (Saturday night was I -j;I i I ,
J way had one of the sleepers to jump the (ioodsell's people, who came here greatly enjoyed ball who were fortunate !| -FITTtNU COIt4ETS,1 i

/ .c. track. The train was delayed se\eial some weeks since from Georgia in a state enough to attend. C j BUTTERK'K PATTERNS, T I I Electrical Engineer

.. ;ng. hours by the accident. The northbound of lather poor health, are all more or Theeteamei dyer' King took a large III i|I WALL PAPER, I JJACKSONYILLE

( '$ art.'"" ight carried the sleeper on up with it. less convalescent.Mr. party from Melbourne to visit Krt-iidoune, I. T
.Il l: Leonard Lee from at Roseland, and Mr. JON Williamson's
'. : Saturday afternoon Mrs. A. G. the northwest, S
,, loti I U.' was called to Georgiana to tee who has been for a short time in Cuba, place, at Micco. The day was perfect A. SHOES, V .. FLA. 1

t milt Mrs. J. L. Bruner, who is:: has recently reached here from that and was enjojed all. (i I L
A ., ', i \erygravedoubts ofall ilalHl.5: to just how he liked that The wedding of MisCarrie: M. Brownto A L I Edison i La I.ancle, Samson I
I r are entertained: much to island for a place of settlement the writer Mr. Charles F. Conking; at the Meth- R TRUNKS E, and dry batteries for gas .

o 't.-f: friends in Cocoa. has not yet learned. ;th in D engine ignition, bell and
I WI.' tier many olli t church on the t., was attended X MATTING, F ,
home t
Fi ; lm annunciator work
friends. We extendedour
by many : E L ;
for son- Sif sAunie Bulloch delighted a l large \Loll- t .I'e! a.u. RTRNITURE.ft .,
i the B, A.
wishing happy
ente T4'IO n last Sunday the Episcobj "" Work done in all
t tt' r lattery sweet manner in helnm l reMi&MfvS t 1 pair a long, happy mid prosperous/ ; life. >TOVES, parts of the state.
s. 10 lI ilgp gt,-'s juratory, thatae.30&tfar I r*>"o n.v tuif fAnl, >\ R. & (J. CORSETS.:
Goo! /F 1 : 'C* !IC sober man.M' The modern and mot: effective cure for ELECTRIC LIGHT SUPPLIES
ltif 11. pail She was "" fS Vin e
I >'er.. ; 'Jn writing. constipation and all liter troubles-the
,;.";; ark, '-iest/er ,bo.. ta iGod. l6tiscaq 4),...J.'t'r 1 iti, 0. famous little pills known as De Witt's @ of all description. ,

( _,. 0' ted 1 "'P. Little Early Risers. B. R. Witou Son. -" .. ,.. M' L.. .WRITE FOR ISFOR't.\.TIOS.., .
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I IHELIQHTSIDE[ U I [ OF f WAR five Xordenfeldts taken in the raid, ten enameled and has a regular Watteau ;-' : '-
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: : : -':;':'::='''-_::: : ::;:.-
German 5 inch Krupps, ten 7 pounder painting of {

I English guns, eight 12 pounder English their crooks and
HOW SOLDIERS guns, twenty 72 millimeter Krupps and swains. A novel
AMUSE THEMSELVES six 90 pounder German guns. colored taffeta.

ON THE FIRING LINE. The British and the rest of the world to each parasol

: are also learning that they have madea these ribs is cut to

Sew Developments In Regard to the mistake in their estimate of Boer Intelligence scallop between.

Superior Preparation of the Boer.. and Boer character. The average narrow sealskin j i.
Mi-take. About Boer IntelllSence Boer private knows as much sewed around all <

and Character about England and the English as the lops, and where j jj

[Special Correspondence. average British line officer knows meet the lines of i IS
CUE ] about the Boers. It seems to have ends are sewed
Towx, Jan. 15. Horrible \rhich has been i ,
war is it been a part of the Boer programme toshow piece of natural
seriousness has its lighter side. Chronic ignorance for the past 20 years, gold band and a the signature of I .t

the Boers may be a characteristic of and they have deceived the world. seal satin ribbon <1e under his per t
but the British '
M soldier must CECIL HoYT. so closely that it since its infancy. 1
_j occasionally while have a little fun, even them more than \' you in this. $1
under fire. One I
of the veteran "I think I would with to some of them "
regiments go crazy pain are but .
; nave before Ladysmith Is said to were it not for Chamberlain's Pain Balm" rustic wood about the health of <'I
had no end of '
big the :amusement draw- writes Mr. W. H. Stapleton, Herminie, fastened by a ..;..
fire of Boer Experiment.
sharpshooters. The Pa. "I have hole in it. The
: old trick been afflicted with rheuma .
.' of exposing a helmet on the to the and
end tism for ee'eral'ears and have tried remedies parasol
'. a carbine brought forth a shower without number, but Pain Balm is i Inches. The f

i:1: of bullets whenever repeated during the best medicine I ever got hold of." a lady to slip this l
a whole
day, and when the
enemy One application relieves the pain. For her fingers into '
Castor Oil Pare-
the ,
trick it
was successfully sale by B. R. Wilson & Son. and that allows I
worked again by use of a straw man. and leaves the is Pleasant. It f!;
,,'. other Narcotic .t
at her side when
,. GOWNS AND other folks' destroys Worms '",
" D P PARASOLS. eyes .
;/ ; ". a and Wind .
withal a pretty
,Kl.. [ While speaking Constipation:
o0 I 1
l What Fashion Is Preparing For
\American Oml'D. mention the new ( regulates the it
larger at the
l natural sleep.
Special Correspondence.]
finishes with two
NEW YORK, Feb. 13.-If there was Friend. ;
these is run a ;",
ever a prettier tea gown made than the wants: to wear .>

:- one shown [in this illustration. I have through the rings ALWAYS .

never seen it. It does not look overdone together so. The
, i in any place but nevertheless its so now that there of ,

} quite elaborate. The material is silver room enough to _",r' :;:;::)

gray cachemire de 1'Inde. The out getting red ,'

T skirt is trimmed in a way to representan pulling is from the
a _
front is somehow
o'erdress.rr05S the foot are
ble and roomy i f/(
p three lines of narrow satin ribbon i in
( ) smaller than ever
g2- \ the same shade of gray. The dress [is

cut in princess form. with a Watteau Glad Tidings to

'u' plait in the back, hanging from theyoke. Foley's Honey B.tigftt e

This yoke is made of crimson positive relief. It
'" satin and overlaid with large applique. for diseases of the

This is edged with a three inch ruffle otC asthma, bronchitis :) Years.
9 II. Wilson & Son. .
.. y L I, : : : j. .' ;-' ":- :;

'N i Fond mother: '
) _J a will be when he
1 l father: I don't ;
Tit.Bits. : 1ff5rr7ff3SfZ5K7JfKf! J

DRAWING THE EXEMY'S FIRE. d \!. More adults die Love Roses? t

*j The Boers fired religiously at the decoy than another

and spies subsequently reported !';symptoms of this to Grow Them? i 1 J
that the sturdy marksmeu were much should be lost in ROSE CATALOGUE 2 } 'J
elated over the number of British Cure, which is (\
supposed ." ,.
funded. oOc. T. ill-strated and describeS : ..
N ,
to have been killed. .
n. "t popular roses for .
I r gives full infractions for i
Notwithstanding the
superior marksmanship .
fur them. It also "+
of the Boers, it is a notable I "Hohb)', you eat ; M r
A' as fast as'the rest of :
fact have that not the been shells from their artillery Ill U ma, then you ought : f. ROSE BUSHES..... |
,0' startlingly effective "
dish. !) :
. big
a -
; not succeeded m rowinf
This is explained by knowing ones in a f
;l peculiar way. It is said that large Firweir \' ,
Ii.. quantities of shells purchased on the BROS. CO., -
. Lj Timely : ;
r European continent were filled with Long, of New Hrait t FLA.
charcoal instead //j ti\S\
explosives.rfher ? ed a dreadful tl'a, '
3s no positive evidence of this, but the A frightful coutrh: .:t R :t : :

t Statement is given as one of the curiosities awake every nitiht l'.f
of the war. It poems to he a fact, remedies and : i-
.J j however, that the wounds of the British worse until urged to ;I
are mostly made by rifle bullets Pinwt'l'0111' : !

while the wounds of the Boers are and she writes this t .
\: also cured 11 r. hm:_
I .. caused by exploding shells.A pneumonia. Such !
I feature of the war is the utter failure 'If the inatchlts: (' : : t
i, .: of the armored train. Aside from 9'v edy for curing; all
the fact that the track may easily be trouble Only :"VV.{ :: \ '
. torn up either before the train as it Sml1-:1: :!:: TEA GO\\N. tie guaranteed.: ,
+ advances or behind it when it endeavors white plat Val Ii'lanll this is again Wilson l Son's drug

[ -t to return, the cars are unable to edged with ;a tiny niching of chitt'on.Uetween .
; :
'withstand any kind of artillery tire i the two kinds of lace there [is [ I :
', Even: shells tilled with charcoal are a line of satin ribbon. There is a dot t- WANTED anti ;.: : I ;

'I sufficiently forceful to shatter the frail!l bio jabot of plat Val, edged;' with the permanent: cxpriisfs.inclose \
I boxes, and it i is easy to break the chiffon down the waKt and all around envelope. :\1.\X.\(; :} : :
\.. wheels and cripple the motive power. the deinitrain edged with the narrow C'hieago.

The cordial feeling of British regulars riu'he and headed by the rich lace.There .
towanl colonials is a feature of is ;a belt of crimson satin, with a C.A.. S T : : :

the !-ituati; n. Perhaps the mother design i of the lace picked out upon i it. Bears tieBignatuie) the

country can afford to foot the bills for On the yoke is a crushed bow of crimson
the war for the :sake: of realizing theb'f'ling satin with long; ends of gray rib- Of

of unity throughout: the empire lion, edged; with a deep knotted frin;! '.

upon which them pmt'Ver :bets.A : The sleeves are trimmed in the same; Dr. HII

significant incident is reported i in way. Floating Dental l
( one of the latest Cape Town papers. It All one day I sat in stores and looked
occurred when the town was "cleanmad at summer things, particularly the I O.N TilE ,

with excitement" over the advent parasols now in course of construction

1 or'tIll' Canadian coatinirent.A for next summer. Some samples, are >
c bluejacket brushed up against two : ready and so 1 will tellhat they : : tTG

Australian and Canadian l1'Ollpl'rs.s look like. The ireneral plan seems tobe NOW AT :
rH cpas >ed It' patted then ;gently and to have small tops and rather PALM iE.\: ('II.

lovingly on the fliouider."tJood longer handles than have been though YORK
: boys!'' he said, with an indescribably there are some exe 'ptiuns. Taffetaand THE BOOK .

benignant smilo. lood<<; boys! surah arc the favorite materials "Ibe Bow-legged ln-i e Scrice.IM .
You're all right. You're.the best sort. and lace and very nU'r'w'In't and}
. ctltllllud;; to you." silk ribbon are used to trim them. One With u c 1 an ion introd by- -'s\ \ LINES
[ ( If this feeling had existed before !style had the iwirasol of delicate shell!1 America's i

177'fi;, who knows but that American pink. with an applique of renaissance James Whit-poet,
, I eastern points.
J soldiers would now be lighting Imside:; lace in points. This was, arranged like comb Riley. An !'! ; !
HI'iti regulars in South Africa? a six pointed star the whole upper illustrated of original volume : : :

The electric balloon is proving! a su cpart being covered with the lace while humorous I 1 .:
4es.s in night signaling.i : The balloonshave the points fell one inch below the silkbetween sketches factious> ), verse paragraphs f t "r Ih,1II; Street.1uk--on\'ill

.. a number of electric lumps and the ribs. Another one wa and col. LIXK.
are connected by wire with an apparatus of white surah with black pt.lka dots. 'thit\tiICS.will A book not I

r f hl'h11I'c lamps are Hashed: The upper part was plain but there disappoint the ; .
t at intervals corresponding to the dotsand were four rallies of the Mtrah set so; reader, as iteutl'r5 ; : + Blue
a new Springs and other
pf dashes of the Morse code and on close together that they formed a ruff ford heretoforeunexplored ; '

t a clear night can be seen 100 miles.The instead of nl! ll'. .\ pale ;triveu taffeta 8ituf ? [ oiukd to sail as f.low) :
' usual military ciphers may be shot with white, had a l'tllllpld'on'I'- .\. book to bread { I : : +lays.
: -days and Fridaj-.
used, so that the enemy cannot read jug; of \ermicelli pattern done in rus-et enjoyed a.lvuand am"Dgyonr ,
the signals. The chance of balloons red shirred ribUm half ui inch twit,le. friends Contains l : .' Northbound.
1 ;Ing hit by sharpshooters i is mall.. asll'e There was: one headed ruiHe. and thiswas 'When Ezra Sang i : Read. \11'.
Co'ii'in't Laugh" : t : _-__-__.__ ..__\ 00
*" ; sent up at night, usually at covered !m the same way The B v>ks." "Sellin<>- locks _Lraty I :uu
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I i.'t. \l'e from the army, acd are"il handle was of jade, mounted in gold.Thrn' edition FlI.d"r ";.;"kitty ------ ---------- .. ...) .71...., put
bound in ; .. [1'111
f I ktt out of range) are plaid taffetas and a fewbayadere paper, and solutely -- .--------- .. 1 tll' lll
\ '1, 'Olin); to light about the stripes. These are ahvaj, Order Worth once. $2.50.Send, _---.- -_-_-- -_-_ .. l.'OO ",u1100am .
J *>nt of the Boers. It is made with a plain edge and if anything trated catalogue j 1 .'
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"' r Olhey began; the war : about them is ornamental; i it is tS pacts on all good .--- h-.--- h 9 :jo aiu
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litn ; !/o last for 'l'ars.lut'h: really works of art.a --I rabliiher IThe W'ernei And Company:: is,

for some; 'ies comes through Cape One parasol ruji':; V>M. .I V/H t l at $lu i., Jacksonville, Fla.

enter Transvaal "is known to of pinhead eh"cV'(' '" ....... ,;.:,\.1 'l'k, wit ih! a ;, Jr.. j'. PA.. f

t the very latest Maxim- a sort of vrotfghrt.e McV-oveV blackstripe : CURLS WHLRE : Pay St:; ., Jacksonville.FIa.
:So 10 Ilotchkiss gu-'s and: overUis, r,mv withtlorida) black Best tough Syrup. SUlterintendent,
1 1e,30'a u'thr .patbo check. O. lu' try la time. : "'.. street Jacksonville. FJa.
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; TILE OnIDA STAR: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1900. ::1: ;; .. .:{ Z j i''d

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F BASTCOAWOIIAUTAUijUA... ..... Winter : <
Senator Taliaferro RM Introduced tfnds Out What Jas. Pritchard & Son ,
A lift rromlDtDt
Uren Who Will lie r,... ,
to 'Cbm the Time. t>Utth Summer "
Coming betr lon. Lays By. Headquarters _' 1 "
From.the Jacksonville Metropolis. Among the l lecturers who will be heard for. . 4.

Florida politicians are watching with at tho East Coast ChauUuquA >ccftl! at. !Be it spring, summer, -1

much interest the progress of a bill introduced tention is! called to the following: 1)r. &' autumn ,1Y
in the United States senate'eev- L. Eaton. of Iowa will give a number of or winter, someonein HARDWARE' ,

y era! weeks ago by Senator Taliaferro, lectures on scientific lubj ects: He will the family is "under

1 from this state to change the time when also havo cliargo of the Sunday school the weather" trouble ro e

the Florida legislature shall elect United normal work. Dr. Eaton is said to be from ...Tinware, Crockery... :

LStates+ senators. one ,of tho best all-round chautauqua originating in impure blood or .
The Florida legislature meets' biennially men in the country. Prof. Harry V. irritated STOVES ; ;

in April, and when United States sena Richards, of Chicago, will give two interesting con ition thesystem. ,

tors are to be,elected, as the 'law of con lectures, illustrated by brilliant All these, of whatever name, can be Boat Goods, Paints and Oils, '.. 'J
stands it experiments he cured by the great blood purifier, ,'.
gress now must be at least six bringing an elaborate Hood's and .
g weeks, and as much longer as it takes the outfit or apparatus for the work. Dr. Sarsaparilla.It never disappoints.' *.'
legislature to make its choice from Eaton will also bring with him G-inch Abscesses- am past 54 and my
competing a health >
good is due to Hood's Sarsaparillaand iH
candidates, after a vacancy has occurred telescope, which will be available for the Hood's Pills, which purified my blood WOODENWAREWrite I : :i'i
h. in one of the Florida senatorships use of ull. Other lecturers will be Prof. and"healed the ugly abscesses that troubledme. :1 i <
before the Chas. Lane of MBS.BKIITON C.ESTELL,Southard,N.J. .
a vacancy can be filled. Atlanta; E. F. Briguibill, for prices. .j 0
When it happens that'a new of Pennsylvania, and Rev. J. II. Miller, Dyspepsia- }Iy husband doctored a 1 ;
congress, long time tor dyspepsia with only tempo- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .
: the terms of whose members begin on D. D., of Jacksonville. rary relief. The first bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla t>

March: 4th next preceding a senatorial Joa. W. McGregor, of Duluth, will conduct helped and the second cured him. Box 212. ,. "-ti.:

election by the Florida legislature, is called a Farmer's institute, a work for It A.cured my sick headaches." MRS. MARY ;, -' /:
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Wilmington Vt. -- ------ .
f4:: to meet in-extra session at once, ash which he is peculiarly qualified. This :to' :,:

= was done by President McKinley as soon feature of the chautauqua is of great importance J Eond Lumber Co.. )

as he- ras inaugurated, :March 4th, 1897, and it is hoped that many citizens I' .,
under the law as it now stands Florida of Brevard county will be able to On hand and Constantly Arriving .

has but one representative in the United get the benefit of the course by Mr. Mc- .LUl\LBER. ,

.kh States senate. regor. Hood', Pills cure- liver Ilia; the non-Irritating and Dressed and Undressed. j
Gov. Bloxham,in 1897, appointed Hon. Miss Anna McCall, of New York, will inly (cathartic to take with Hood's Sarsaparill 4
Shingles Scroll Work Balusters Newel
Moulding Posts
John A. Henderson first vice conduct classes in physical !-
.k president training.Mr. .
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Bean and Tomato .
Orange Cabbage Crates
:-i and general counsel of the Florida Cen- Chas. Grant, of Ohio; Miss Bertha -- '-- .r ..' :
tral and Peninsular Railroad company, Ippinghousen, of' Chicago, and Miss Brick, Lime, Cement, Etc. I ",1 .

to fill the vacancy during the interim un- Brenneman, of Ohio, are on the programfor TIT. FOR TAT.. Estimates made on all building material. Our large boat, "Sunny South," will deliver ',
anywhere on the ;ver. Call on us or send in your bilL We will serve you right. tBon.d
til the could readings, recitations I
legislature meet and elect a monologues, etc. .
":: senator, but the senate refused to seat Miss It. Withers, of Kentucky, will "Cold Weather" Playing FreezeOutVith I.iu.riaber: COta 1 -

:: Col. Henderson, holding that the gov- have charge of the children's depart- Coqrtenay Correspondent.Editor S. G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager, "

ernor has no right to appoint under such ment, for which she is most admirably of The Florida Star: HPit-u.s-7-ille : Plorida. t '

circumstances.It adapte In your last correspondence from Cour- -- 4'nALF
is to prevent a repetition of such a On "Pioneer's Day" an address will be tenay I"read with great interest the last DOLLARS

o-: condition, which, for a time, deprives delivered by lion. Frank Clark, of 'Jack- item about big men and a big black hat, are as use w t'c s'. 7...,'.j-

Florida of half her representation in the sonville. Barnes' mule and a bean patch; small ful at our __ A! I Ias l .

national senate, that Senator Taliaferro Half-fare rates will be given for this men, public roads and several other ob FEBRUARY CLEARANCE SALE J =_ ; introduced his bill. occasion from all points along the East: jects.I dollars occasions.on ordinary -=1 ff ..,

Should Senator Taliaferro's bill be en- Coast railway in Brevard county and congratulate the popular correspon- The opportunity of those .. t i

acted at this session of congress a succes- From stations in portions of Dade and dent on his ingenuity of mixing so many who waited for ?. . r =- ,( RAFTER j

sor to Senator Mallory, whose term expires Volusia counties.A i different things together in such interesting THE HOLIDAY BARGAINS T\ ....,
March 3. 1903. will be chosen by regatta is being arranged for to take i and amusing manner. is here. We have re- .

the next Florida legislature, which meetsin place some day during the chautauqua.The By-the-way, I think that public roads ,marked of prices. .on. everyarticle . ;4 :

Tallahassee April, 1901. OtherwiseMr. full program will be ready in a would be very unnecessary in that vicinity NJTURE: 'n' ( --J

Mallory's successor will be elected in few: days, and may be had on applicationto as the people there seem to have in the store, regardless of ,,1 -
April, 1903. : Rev. E. W. Butler. Melbourne. settled the great problem of a-rial trans- the fact that all are J "' tF,ij r r T F'. ,;

portation. I see from the last correspondence NEW, HANDSOME AND STYLISH, .
Abandoned His Children. "Difficulties give way to diligence," that a young man jlw to Cocoa and would easily bring .
and disease: germs and bloom humors disappear and that the correspondent flew to full price at any time. ..
the Jacksonville when Hood's is faithfully Must square accounts for year thatis
According to News a Sarsaparilla
his bean and
that his
taken. patch, writings the only reason for quick selling.
story of inhumanity that seems almost sometimes fly out into fantastic evolu-
JOHN R. WALKER Titusville Fla. ,
r increditable came to light at the last ,
Tax Statement. tions. __ _____ .
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meeting of the county commissioners of In regard to the honorable correspon- u .- -- .e'f
Tax statement for the month of January I
1. Duval county. 1900, for taxes assessed and levied dent's relation about his flight to his Take FIRE INSURANCE with cjj. SChUYler &
The story was related by B. II. Chad. bean patch and its turning black, etc., I Your 'c ;
for the 1899, section 33 i
wick, secretary of the Society for the year as per chapter can testify that it is correct in every par- i

Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, who 4115, laws of Collected Florida:in ticular with the exception of a very few Agent.for,..the....- Hartford, Etna, Liverpool and London and Glob :;,: .' ; 4:
Amt. yet to I f
before the board in behalf of .
appeared Jan 1900. be col letted. | very unimportant point, to which I begto Home, Continental, Providence & Washingtoty.-* 4
four negro children, who have been County rev.general fund $ 403.64. $ 9,578.72. call his attention, to-wit: That he did ?
man's Fund and Sun Mutual. .
abandoned their father and left with- _
by ,
School fund 510 711.! 11,973,40. not have any bean patch at all; that his

out food or clothing.Mr. Co. road and bridge fund 30(5.4S. 7,184.0.1- bean patch was grown up entirely in For further information, rates, etc., address or call on C.S.SCIIUYLER, TITCSVILLE, FL-4, fw
: Chadwick stated to the board that Fine and forfeiture fund 51.08. 1,197.31.'Special ?
weeds that he did not to his bean
road fund, DUt. 22.4SI.! 141304. ; fly
the four children had been abandoned .
5 :74.11.. 3,899.82.! patch; that his beans did not turn blackat
,; by their father, John Harris, at Silas Polls (School fund) 11.00 1,090.00. all, but red of rust. With these smallcom.ctions f

Point, on llidge creek. Three of the -- his story is true in each and IGE 1GB IGBBEST. '

children were without clothing, and the Total A. STE\VAKT1,58462. $36,33, (>3G. every detail. : dAS

t oldest, aged 8 years, was wearing his Clerk of Ciicuit Court. Having commenced talking of changeof 1

father's coat and trousers. One of the .------- -- -- --- colors in this vicinity I cannot omit to GOOD AS TAE I
L: children was badly burned and neitherof cl-H'-I.---tC'-.f-? -- tell of the wonderful skill and science the Manufactured IINDIAN KivEU ICE MANUFACTORY .T- .
r-c. orb t
-e..l the ,
;_ the four had had anything to eat since Courtenay correspondent has shown in
Special attention paid to packing for family use, and to station the \ ,
shipped any on East Coati : t
Friday. being able to turn the naturally green railroad or by steamboat on Indian river. j
J>: Mr. Chadwick stated that he had I Thi l cough 1i 1 : color of the common orange tree to the -- .J I

L sworn out warrant for the father's ar most radiant color of yellow. We congratulate ;

rest. A statement of the facts in the I him on his success, and wonder Carroll & Goldsmith, '

case was made to the board by a Mr. if this change of colors is caused, not by --

Turner, who had accidently ran across,S i HaDas On I his icy, but, by his spicy breath.
the children, and who repotted tho case Cow WttllEit.Tax GROCERIES .J J11
to Mr. Chadwifk. TANCY. .

stated that he had beeni I
;, Mr. Turner 1 Hay, Grain, Fresh Fruits Vegetables, : :
out in the woods and found one of the: You have used all Assessor's Notice.I Titllc.villp, Florida. ,, J

children HUm)!on A box in the rain innaked | Tin, Glass. and Crockery Ware. ;\ .
1 will be at the following places at the --- -- -- -- -- -- u ,
: condition. The child was badly sorts cough remedies : dates named for the purpose of assessingtaxes t

('.; burned wounds., and lie I hud took no off covering his sweater; over and the J! but it does not j for the year 191)0) : THE DECANTER t

covered the ihild. He then hunted Sprucebluff, Monday, 'FeL. 11! ..- "' !

f!.": the father \v'\n:\ t el"used to have an\.tiling i yield ; it is too deep II I! .Jensen Wa\eland! Tuesday Wedumlay, "" 21:..'0 Los1ey d' \..[t1Ow4 ;'
do with them.
5. : Mr. Chadwiekwas authorized to buy i seated. It wear jj } Eden, Thursday, *.! I t
may .
clothing for I h.- children and bring them Ankona, Friday 1 _).", Foreign and domestic brands of Wines, Brandies, Hums, Gins aItd :, ,
}i : hu The matter itself out in time but Fort Pierce, Monday, :20 Whiskies, Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout. t\{\
;j; in to the n/unU 'Irital. j fi f fjit .
. White City, Tnesdiy, 27 V
i;: then referred to the committee on
{' is liable Fort Drum, Thl1l' \layIarch 1 A EIRST-CLASS TABLES. ,
r l>,)or to nuke amusements; their care more toj i
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i in the future. Woodley, Monday, ;r Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention. given to mail orde ., ,
I produce la grippe, Beams, Tuesday, G Cash must accompany your order LOSLEY:: & )IOTI.f" \. TITCSVILLE, FLA. I ;

;. Lewis PennK ivilem: Ind., says" : "Ko- | I Sebastian, Wednesday: 7 -- t ;
1 serfI I Micro J Thursday, S o252S2S252525t52 cytS"" 25tS-u'.c"n sac c+cao "2Sc5252525'S2 5i5252X5i5i5i5 !52S"25252SiS? 4 '
; ., Dyspepsia\ Cure did me. more wood pneumonia or a F 1! ) ,
than anything I ever took." It digest Grant, Friday I 9 1 Correspondence Invited. \ f Stencils Furnished. i: \ \;
what you eat and cannot help but cine I jous throat affectin.l Ij I Malabar, Monday[ IL IU 11. & '. ... i!
!y525252SZt525! '5 L u 252525aono 5 '' t!; 5'25702S2S .
' dyspepsia and stomach troubles. B. H. Tillman, Tuesday, i;: i .

Wilson & Son. i You need something J}I Melbourne, Wednesday, HEm &1: \\ -
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:' The State Stockmen's Convention 3Ieeting.Stockmen held f I that will give youj II I Tropic Banyan, Monday Friday, "" Ill 1\J\ I McComb & Co., I: t

- and build Lotus, Tuesday, L'l --=-= -- I
last year will be followed this year by n i strength { -
Georgiana, 1Cednesdav, :!l e
- business meeting of stockmen, called for ty 1

March 7th, at Kis imnH'e. The meeting is { up the body. j City Point, Thursday Friday, "" 2 22Merritt :.; f!! 309 Washington St., :-.1 t
being supported by the Stockmen's as HO' J y NEVV YORK: : '
Haulover Tuesday, :i
ciation of Osceola county, which now ] .
I Mims, Wednesday, s make a specialty of t
covers three counties: Osceola, Polk and SCOTT'SI Iii ,.
Lalirange, Thnr-day, :29! t.ij
Brevard, and will soon be extended to
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I Titusville ::10 ;
" other counties. All }persons interested ill I a IB Oldlk&l Cocoa Saturday, 31 :
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stock industry are invited to participatein I
J i Canaveral :3:
the meeting. Addresses; will be delivered |JVBUB-U> B\/l Tue:5day\
bj prominent speakers, and a j I j jf I Blanks will be left at all: the po-toffi.v:' I BEANSJHFavor

monster free barbecue will be given Ly will do this when everything | in the county fur the purm-w| of nukin
returns. J. F. W the of Kihsimmee. I {
people I else fails. There is no doubt I .
: The railroads have promi.-ed a cheap : Q i
f nourishes f
about it. ,
excursion rate and hotel accommodation
; I u* with of f
1 and F. 15 Thirkield, health! in8pl'l'torofChie-( part
. are ample. Weill ,
| strengthens, up ; i ago, sacs: "Kcdol l>\spt'p>>ia Cure cannot your shipments. t i
Thousands of cattle and stock of all makes and I a \\ not expect yon "" '
I the body strong I|Ii 1 be refommended too highly. It curedme '
kinds will change: hands at the meeting, I It to continue if other 'r' 'J '
of severe dyspepsia. digests:: what
to throw "unrt.t11nLux"e"au
as hundreds of stockmen will come healthy, not only beat us. "
pre- eat and lures indigestion, heartburnand : "
pared to trade. I off this hard cough, but to !| jim all forms of dyspepsia. B. K.Wilson S2S2 aocataoonnc257525252eZ52525aocacaca4nZQ25752525aoooncacaoc! 225i&Ced laln t", Gallic, :d ap ', .r\\ '

f fortify the system against !, & Son. .!ipantCB' mtoording .
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Cured Bronchial Trouble. J eftaD1. I
I further attacks. If you are I For Over Fifty Years GEO. N HATCH re now open at t ...
Chas. K. Davis, 1074 W. Congress St., : _I..w. unday exreptf. ,
. Chicago, writes: I have suffered for years: run down or emaciated you i !! >MBS.l for WINSLOW'S over flfty years SOOTHING by millions SYRCP of hal mothers been -.4, t ._'om 1 to 2 P 1 z;
with bronchial trouble, and have tried I should certainly take this } I' fur their chlldreu bile teething, with perfect ket cd prefer in General Merch '4t.:
many kinds of medicine without relief i aocceea It smoothes the child soften the gum, "'; \ .
until I began taking Foley's Honey and i I nourishing food medicine i jsoc. aitaysaiipaincures remedy for Diarrhoea.wind It"colic 1\1 relieve and U the the poor beet, .""NeD'"'rea-W 1 ._..... ----_ a ,UL h rA::' .. I
Tar, which cured me. It saved me doctor little sufferer Immediately. sold by Druggists O'uy y, a. \n .L iSl ITle ,
$ all 2 1 (
and '
zoo druggists.! ID every part of the world. Tv ent>.flve centsa
bills this winter. 23c. B. K. Wilson i SCOTT& BOW F.. Chemists New York. bottle. Be sure and ask for "}lrs. Winslow's Moth' .
& Son. Lttt-ttt-f..---64.-tt..J Soothing Syrup and take no other kind i : .1
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wed In 1831 to Mrs. Custis, the daughter cease from the heat and turmoil of the .

4cj;:; 1 [ n lI m of George Washington's adopted Capital City. his emotions tempered by OverYorkVeakens TWO hundred bushels _

: ., daughter, and here he lived when not the tender sentiment that hovers over Your Kidneys. '

; :- :: away on his country's service. It was the resting places of the nation's dead. Potatoes remove

" '.:. .. WHERE SLEEP THE BRAVE WHO DIED across this threshold he stepped when In the years to come there will be Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. eighty pounds of "actual" Potash
he unsheathed his sword In support of thousands whose footsteps will turn toward -
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::.\;::-. FOR THE FLAG. the cause which was'subsequently lost. the grave of Lawton. and loving All the blood in your body passes through from the soil. One thousand

The old house stands Just as it stood hands will pile high In grateful remembrance your kidneys once every three minutes. L

.., ."-teF: :;., .. ;The National Cemetery In the Environs 75 years ago. Though stripped of its beautiful flowers upon the last The kidneys are your pounds of a fertilizer containing

:" ,: : of the National Capital Where antique furniture and Its valuable relh( of this brave soldier who met e d' blood purifiers,they filter ,
f..< :::L s* the Remains of General Lawton Ics of Washington, its precious mem- death< on the firing line in a distant out the waste or 8% "actual" Potash i-,

: Were Burled. ories still cling to It. The servants' land. SAMTTEL HUBBARD.; impurities in the blood.If '

.J'>. quarters, a detached kitchen and other they are sick or out will supply just the amount ..
) [Special Correspondence. of
] order they fail to do
outbuildings are preserved Intact. In There is no better medicine for the babies
work. needed.
Feb. 13.The recent In- If there is.a. deficiency
terment of the remains of the late ; a part of the house live the family of than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.Its Pains, aches and rheumatism -
the officer In charge of the cemetery, pleasant taste and and effectual '_
General Henry W. Lawton at prompt come from ex- of Potash, there will be ,
Arlington the large parlor being reserved for the ] cures make it a favorite with mothers cess of uric acid in the
cemetery revives the Interest in use of the public. A Is and small blood due to in the 4
that historic and beautiful burial register kept, children. It quickly! cures kidney trouble. neglected a falling-off crop. ;

ground of the upon which 40,000 names a year are their coughs and colds, preventing pneumonia We have 1 1f
nation's soldier dead. recorded, and on the wall: hang maps or other serious It Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady some valuable :-
There are S3 consequences. heart beats and
national makes feel
cemeteries one as though
of the
scattered throughout the country, in cemetery and diagrams: showing also cures croup and has been used in they had heart trouble, because the heart is books telling about composition I
every grave and the names of all tens of thousands
of cases without single over-working in
which rest the bodies of a pumping thick, kidney-
men who died for the the known dead. failure so far as we have been able to poisoned blood through veins and arteries. use and value of fertilizer
flag. The government More than 17,000 soldiers who have learn. It not only cures croup, but when It used to be considered that only urinary .

records for the army do notgive died in defense of the flag have their ghenas soon as the croupy cough appears troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, for various crops. They are
any tabulated
information as to last resting place Arlington.. Of will the attack. but now modern science proves that nearly
prevent In
the men who died in the service cagesof all constitutional diseases have free.
priorto their sent
these beginning -
nearly 5,000 are unknown. Vast
whooping rough it I
the war with Mexico. There liquifies the tough in kidney trouble.If .
Is noth
&is are these GERMAN KALI '
one can easily bern it WORKS
ing official to show the ( making easier to expectorateand you are sick can make mistake
number killed lieve them you no Nassau St., New York. '
be 93
to true, for on either side
lessens the a .
In the war of the Revolution, the war severity and frequency of by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild ,
long, regularly formed rows of white the paroxysms of couching thus and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's}
of 1812 or any of the depriving
1846 i headstones extend,perspective of green that disease of all dangerous conse Swamp-Root the great kidney remedy is

or any knowledge by the govern-I between lines of white, as far as vision quen<'es. For sale by B. 11. Wilson & Son. soon realized. It stands the highest for its National Bank of 1 t

can reach. The grounds are perfectly wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
, .S,k-'" rr fy;:p-, \\ kept. There is no grave that has become Between man and wife it is always a and is sold on its merits J

sunken, and none is marked by by all druggists in fifty- .Ii,.. "
burning question as to who shall get"up : : 'l
, ='"r--: .. >.,'" cent andone-dollarsiz ,. ; : I the t State
elevation Florida
:.< 11 1'''-' .... -5. '",. '. ". and an even is the of the!surface ground.everywhere.Smooth I in the morning to start the fire. es. You may have a !: :. !_iI 90 '''' ,. )

. II 1" 5 Walk among these stones, and in ten Frost Rites anti Chilblains sample; bottle by mail Home of swamp-Root. :
free also pamphlet telling how to find "
,t .1] 7": =
, Il : = minutes one may see such typical Quickly] cured Banner out if have bladder STATE 1
by Salve, the mo't, you kidney or trouble. AND CITY DEPOSITARY,
i: ; f American names as Sherman, Whittier healing remedy in the world. 13. It. Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer .

tj Spaulding, Jackson, Lee, Buchanan Wilson A :Son.; & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. ,

;. 1/ rJ.' Lawrence, Sheridan, Grant Randolph JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.Capital .

:' 'p f and Allen. Plenty of good Irish The Boers are not remarkable for their ..: \t.1

,f .1I'1!..1'u.1 :. names may be seen, too, and Germanas good look, yet they are pretty good fellows Hodgson Bros. -
; U>
",.. ri4 Wtf/I.Ioo.! __ well, significant of the valiant part when it comes to glltin;!. I' : ; : 'I

played in the country's defense her 100000. :
ment of their places of burial. In the adopted eons. Silent witnesses of TO CUIJE A COLD IN ONE DAY .. .

early days "the dead buried its dead"Indeed. war's havoc are all these stones, butmore Take L3\.ITIrEBltrlIrl QrixiNET.\m.ET-s JIKRt'IIAATS.Eau ... .. f'1

There was no easy communication especially those marked ".\ Leg" All druggists;. refund the money if it fail \

as nowadays between fighting or ".\n Arm." One shudders when he to curl E. W. (!KOVE''s signature on -= Gallie, Fla. Accounts of Firms, Banks and i

I line and hearthstone, and bodies were stands beside the spot where in a pit everv box 25c. Individuals Solicited I

buried in trenches or graves on battle- were thrown the bones of 2,111 unknown Goods .. !
soldiers gathered after tho The man who nurses imaginary Clothing t
fields or in convenient cemeteries, and war wrongs; ,
-. no comprehensive records were kept from the fields of Hull Run and the employs the soured milk of human kindness ,- \.n,.
: for the :e. nOOTXI) # .
purpo-: NSIOKS
or made. Coming down to the civil route of the Rappahaunock. Over OFFICERS : .=

war. the records KO far as the Federal them is a cannon urnH..tIltetl mono 1I.\nDn'.UU, GROCERIES, HENRY IJ. ,
"I am indebted to One Minute Cough TOMPKINS, President.
..,'- army. Is concerned are far from complete I ment bearing the inscription: Cnr.Jilr 111ht'alth and life. It cured me ItlYT.S: A.VII OILS, ETC; E. T. &IUBRICK, Vice-President. .
and in many of the cemeteries :. Their remains croup not be identified, but their of lung trouble following Thou- Tuos. P. DEXIIAM, Cashier
numes and deaths are recorded in the arlhirestheir of ; grippe. JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier _
the strain
marked unknown Launch for
graves greatly country and IL* irat.fui citizens honor funds: owe their lives!' to the prompt action Charter. ",

outnumber the known. them as of their noble army of mart)rs. MarI of this never failing n nll'd\'. It cuie.conghs .- HIItECTOIIS :

Arlington, the best known of national they rest in pi'are. cold, croup, bronchitfc, pneumonia PROFESSIONALKOIMUNS Ii
I t'\II>S.
t cemeteries and the subject of thisletter There are many beautiful and some grippe and throat and lung trout J. N. C. STOCKTON, ALBION. KNIGHT, _'. .
les. Its E. T. Nut:Rrtc K, RAYMOND I). .
has eaily use prevents' consumption. KNIGHT, .
an interesting beginning I
history, magnificent monuments in the
cemetery GKAIIAU, 'fnus.I'. lllatAx, RICII'D :MCLAUGHLIN '
It N the only harmless ,
remedy .
long before it was used as a the most noteworthy of those thatp gives NVTnrsviLiK '. A. HALLOVVES. WM. H IKER, I
immediate ATToiixiYs-AT-LAW
results B. H.Yil. ,
)n Sot .
cemetery and interwoven with the lately erected being that over the grave U nE RY B. TOMPKIXS.: < '.
S story of one of the best known familiesof of Sheridan. Year by year the military] ---- --- :, FLORIIH.OtHce .w I;

Uil the nation. It was originally the organizations the different states "tep It too might far punish be I cairying: bad poetic cooks according justice a hours-10 to 12 a. m. and 3 to t p m. Cotton and Linen fJ:

Arlington estate, but has sometimesbeen i are adding monuments, but to many to their des''eit<. Will pnictue in all courts, state and .

I spoken of as the Lee homestead.In I by far the most impressive memorial i !fug laud f.uilitk"j titles. for examining and infect

the back counties there is a hazy is the imposing granite sarcophagusover Story of a Sla\e. .Netting

ti belief that it once belonged: to George the grave; of the 1M11 "uuknull u." u. L. C.11'LI11N
To be liound hand and foot for
Washing ton. ,This error is due to the UumarS.ed: : as yet is the spot where rest years
the chains of disease
by i-i theorrt form
fact that the death of John Park .\TTOI:\EY-\T-L.\,
on the remains of the boys who fell in of slavery. George I). William, of :Man

Custis; the owner Arlington: Washington ,. Cuba and the victim* of the Maine dif 9 chesterlIich., tells how such slave was TmsviiLK, FLORIDA.

: adopted two of the children o aster. However, it will probably not made fiee. He says: ")1.\" wife hal cen .'

the deceased. One of these, G'orgeWa5hiIu be ]long before a grateful country willgive so IIl'Jpll'Jil' live years that she couM tice County in all judge the courts of I5ruv.ini of the county.ill Will pro Fishing Tackle
judicial circuit .
ton 1'arke Custis, by the law : such recognition to the memories not turn over in bed alone. After using: of Florida 1.

of primogeniture then in force, inherited of these brave men as may be expressed two IIttIof Klectric Bitters !she is vvondeifullv Superior quality Linen Gill 4

the estate, and upon the death of in granite and bronze. Here too. impiou-d' and able to do her nun I/t'NC.IN c. FLincinitATTOHXEYATLAW Xettiii:; made from Knox's .
work. Tin
his grandmother. Mrs. Washington, in will have to be set a tablet bearing: supreme lemedy! fur female Scotch Thread. .-
IIi'l'a..c- quickly curd nervousness tleeplesness ) \ ...... .
ISO;., in whose family he had until that mute word "unidentified."
melancholy headache bee 1 Samples and i-btinmtt"
'- rbterfully furnished. 'J .
then resided, he built Arlington House. '
With each succeeding year the uache, f:1illting1111 dizzy sjielK. This miracle J.\l'K-CX\'II.LY" : + :

t, Here he spent a long and Interestinglife hers of those \\"ho'I:<'it Arlington; to working medicine i i- a godsends to -- -- ---- I!
andUIon his death in lSr 7, he lefta bedeck the weak 3t. GIILU"' :11I1'it-
graves of the fallen hero( sickly, run down people.! Every ;{ I

will devising the estate (except 15,- is increasing. Here is the Mecca of liottle guaranteed, only ;0 cents sold' ] 1 I'AB. f ATfOKXEY-AT-LAW : ; t

acres left his colored servant, Maria the Grand; Army of the Republic. Members I H.! Wilson l iN: :Son, druggist-; :. f t. !' i

Syphax) to his only daughter, Mary of this organization who} vi>itWashington TI"rt..II"u;. FLORII '

Randolph Custis. the wife of Gl'l1l'ral1ohl'l't ; ; 110 matter at what season WANTED: -Honest[ man or wonvin to trt v- 1'rrtsccuting attorney for Rrvvaulount ; :

I:. Lee, and at her death to her : of the year some time during their and large house: salary ?<'.") monthly.. Notary public. Will practice in all courts i I'
e.piiiH'with increase: i'i>, ititin;
eldest son. George Washington: Curtis stay wend tIl'! steps toward the :National perin.uuui; i ine'iMM.1 if-addre'''Mil t.irnj-id the-state.- ,- .
-- ------ -
Lee. The estate was confiscated by ceimtery. Once inside the inclosure i-n\t-h.p.". )L1\.\tiER ::1ln CaCtou Mdx., .\. ii. ri;: I-\',
the government in January 1St(;.!. The at Arlington, they forget the ('h il I So.

legal complications and actions at piesent and live only in the past.V!!u. ATTOHXEY-AT-LAW, i

court which followed the close of tlcivil IC though; he be old soldier or not. tan TI1I.\'II.U:. .'1.111:11)Will :

war make too long and complex walk through Arlington! without asurging WHY "E CURES

. a story to tell here. Suffice it to say ; ; sentiment and of patriotism, r pral'tkin the courts of the 7th j

l that soon after the death of Mrs. Lewhich 1', in his breast V Who can fail to be deeply f'U' (:r rat et- :'.e Time Gp! i'itI: fin' it. ._ :
, occurred 1S73 suit was begun impressed with the horrors that !:'U1'a.e His 1>('rlonaltlt'ntion.. ---' -- -- --' .- ---- -
I attend .1.\)11:0-:: .\:\ IIIa\\ .,
to eject the representatives of the and the frightful LOC1Cr .31"'trhlrahac,! .t r rUii. number I
upon war prkethat i ,
-t rl"r"; r:110'.1.Lr.loch th } U..I'III
United States government: who were inpossession humanity has paid for its adva ialnawa J"'s all. c,.-,'. uhIt''mat all rend, ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW, ) I! ;
: 11n .t i>+r lLs i.iiniu'i iii>th :
: of the estate. The cemeteryhad IK-OS? Method. I.. w.thh.'uj-iu.... : flair ojlice and address. TihhaLs FloridOL'ic \ 'f.

been laid out in ISt;:: and thousands Despite the solemnity that overcomes '.,.... .0..1:!,'fth"Iclcl"I'un.anti the cxa< t at Fort IMcrre, Fla., upon the 2nd xt l
soldiers had been + I'::1I1'.n.. dehr '!ii>c of .
j already one in a thoughtful mood when -.:.. |. i. \ CIM- 1 buried there by the government: f=o visiting Arlington. t it i is .m a popular 't r 11 I!, ','j'i arflm'. i..ini-tertMl tl'I '!t irl of '
!. that when George; ; Washington} Cult* ii-Miit: for the citizens! and many visitors ,. ',. .rro .. Itr.-l ti.iiy;! pn-pareu i ,nl.-r -.- -- -- .------- "

Lee won his suit he found himself to Washington; during; the summer I I r., l i ;+tl'| +'ru-1Ilth..I"S tnf"reachc pets.,(.>.. 1-'. ,J. WIBI: :,
'I in fee of large lJUryinrouull. ". .- ,. "t\\"I..or.l.le>ar\aff"'J
owner a very ; I1ll1l1thIn addition to the magnificent ; re' In"plrtinl.lcct.eao1Q
the _\ !
\TJ -\W, ;
His only redress: would be along view had from the mansion and+ uu' 1J1.IIIIIt'rl'onI1Jf>nt
fa'rt 1 h'It"1 "Ie i .h"Hl
expensive suit, and he accepted '1".1:.'d l I'll- TiTisvu.LE
/ : other high points in the cemetery to -"'; ," "o n ; am""aj FLORIrIIli id'i t
the offer of the United States and which allusion la 1 < already been made! ... ; fK-. -- :, ,Yi*, r\I'l" .t !jor l JtIH\: rata':I\"' ica"c< uplal:( "'(!"t.- Will
: practire i in the courts of the nth
for $ir,( ( surrcndeied the home: of there is tuv'-h besides the tombs and: .-\ '.;':-.- ':'\,\ i-t..n... .tliciM--t!. .ti'l. '..'ui-wot>. ... ni,the 1:;. clidaldn'uit. j
his fathers to the myriad children of the monument:> and the mansion to interest .-.1. ..\\'. I' ......11' .:'!. t.-'. ...i.t,allll't'wIIJlawr.I'M: if-o\\lh'hn"f - -- --- -- -- :
the pale rider.Arlington and 1 the visitor. Roads '. ., :111,1 h.'.' practice sad '
: please ; ':: :', immot Manager ill <'\iry riiuiitr in tin
: td'u1 'uLrd! "
t' n1 'nrnmtan
which consists of aboutl.loo wind a .. tlr<.s tn handle the Iw-t l''
; and paths among the oaks elms p..tIsily! ::::.z ;' 'I.Iy .\t'ar. -:ncc" ju\
t'\.'nr, -Ira '>If 'h.' l. ,
kiiwwn L'ttiuiate. '.
)lal'rl's, is situated in I'airfax (Ulf ll- maple.s and magnolias; and many kinds Ti ca..u. ,",_".)".,," ".11.\ tlfllIVOiiiit Hsini-s reliaMe. nr
oar "11O''Idt..tin
'. .... hr..1.du'arr.. daniuntfort.ts Addns*. Ih-pt K. I'hn'uix Fire A|>I>!;. ,
j the south bank of the I'otomue "r'nrc. uc-
t:1. on of and thousands of flowers '
evergreens '- ('la- I:: uiHlu.-xMt'i'inf! : trI'utmcnt. Co. Ill \\ 3tth-: .. :X. Y.I..nI .
I just across the river from the and shrubs are on every ilau,l. In the "y-.ftiei.'o',-. '.11 "'1 1'"+.. "* ,klll.ln 4 as; of re i" rfi 'rau '+*' r r-t-ialiMrtaoftlift:
, White House. The /ground is high, and \ihmcnl i..rl.l l (,-k us I..r th* lT'Viij>* of :\ : :'.. .\I.E.rwh.r .
," : r. Iif. i"'.i\'sin"'h.iitiff" I
the view from the takes; in .f'. tlzJ. .ttiiintlrtlIi<*ve'
hlh: points _. -i"II'h\A' ')ini i I.-.I1.> trniM-lf the
; I l virtue
.' kmmleil.'o :turl > of a final decree
: y /
f} ::: ". ;! rt! r"'fI !. -, ,- I. tLb'S !il 1 .
if I Iut
all the features of the city; ::\ --" aware Hi mi"
promim-ut ,' .. ; .. ,1"11" t 1\ '. foreeltMire! rl'II It''t' l the 11111; Minor i :
i// :.;;:: :4"J: \ : d11.i t e; t "' 'II..iiU"11 >. .fanvbodsn : '
of lia.h m n tuv. d'-fW! r. :i..-'--<_ '\,., J. ,l. -. ,..J Skin _:-1,,:;.. : ;' 1IH1" !'! hO\\'I'I'rft-t.i. I low :". jiidie ot the circuit eoiirt. in and : ,

One of the most attractive features I'-< .t-. (l\-q;,,r ..'.. I : 1.1.I'r.... id t t.:" I.I 111tr"a'm"ntf"r I..... III' .IJatt..r. I I'll; 'v.i'd e which: [ '...,..... --.1-,.. ,-.- -. J'J tiscase5. f'l1:''': all f"":,:ant ul'""'r' ..n'i .ta;!.!. I, January. A.: U.1'.I+>''I.> in a certain ,'au..t' I !
is the old mansion -
Arlington 'r( )I > ,
J .r: 1 hch'-rmad! tc.r.dhd"alrr; -s. ri tl'ifbini ihmnery. therein i-nidii'K' in slid 'ou
stands upon the highest point in the "h.I.I.* .: -1'II i ilt:. I..!"i'i.'t "II'1'' r 1I.1'" ."bi.i i> r1,..t...Mr,tv jirttp3.! { : uhert 111i; I>:iuii<.i 1'. Smith i is tumjilainam a u !

cemetery. The mansion i is modeled t ifefeisJjt'jjj ,! ':1;:,'".'. '" 'U t.i-: -'i-m it'll.iU I thiiw.ttiuut comn' ; F. M. Tvler ,t,. adntinitrdnrnftho; csfite + :
5'i: "lhi,' .! p.'1"11.' '!' 'nc '- ielm.. ... T \ al.ire !
-\t'r. I
"" Julius lctyudants. will.
after the Temple of'aml..' and bears J j'j %: :-. .,!.:.j \"I't/'O'T: > ct : : ;
VarlcoccJe and aii.iM-i'"ir.M-a special master ill chuu'cry.t t.\l]! for iash tot
upon its frieze the names of Washington ] ; -rf'* I Iid' C-lrictarc. r'J7' "a ru11nUryrp]Uluthn.1 'xqg Inat i I highest and best hl.1cI.r..n the first )Inilrl:
: :
Grant Farragut; and Lincoln a .-. -.--- NV-. "_ '' JL* f.1J i .il -rrua'1l'rt I'lIr<>.+f N; 'I 'tyC'h'nis! u a r'ilk! i h a p"'rfl''t I in )[arrh, IHiI! 0. the same Mnz! the 5th day
its columns Gar dJ Thomas .# -.1( I ',n I' '111 '.r tarnlrrnu' ..r" r"'iuir"'J and slid month, and u l Iral sal '" day hl"trr(
upon hs 1 ........ It' II .Xr..rt..n'.t "v
,, ,_. ... _:o 1 I''a' 11..I.n.f '..:'t"ti"lu'lrh hhy I front of the to !
.. r .. "' ,, ;
Meade, McPherson, Pedgwkk; Ileyn- -y. : 't. ,, 'hint'i tt ? t'iv ", 'r.I'. in, .1 r hi-ni'il or in'-tit'ito '
:- J,1: h/lll"t. flttb\ dl'. IJrevanl
'rrC' : door in t'ot
: ; m
:1J; Tit'nf.. anII" l >th -af.; .ml I -..-". I
by is the monument to "the unknown" :"..;";'"fe .. .!" ..... ..:..-- .. :;;.,-- orII t"a i',-n-li'ii of p,"*,':T, n..>nutl rl'health a"rnq the Florida all the follow_ + .>*Til!>ed land lyin
: -- '. .. !
by is the monument to "The Unknown" > ; '. > Kidneyt"I!tr.lIII.I,1+ ''It'. .I ; pr'part"la I nPR I and bring in lirevard county. Florida to w
: f ,
; 1.1 : :
; Ik f..r
; tluN' ]
nhl\ha." Lotto seetioii 10.+ 35 )
j tov\iir-hii of rm
and just beyond it the beautiful amphitheater ,1"r Diseases, p' "n I. ; "'t trouble anJ' ;
.. ... ,.-, tll\" hlalk, h I,.' w'lI d! i'fli""nJ ire !fto ea"t. exeejitius tiu'n.fn'ir id,-< 1 and Z a !
100 feet in diameter} with _... _. ,.__..;' _"__. ......,.,...= ,'.tor.OI.. "n'Irl., 'nda I.n h:l l..rr.nlloddr; ','" M that part of lots :3 ai ttheit Vi vet
;f -J... ..: C4_ ._ "-: -. *"d"'udod! f p"bH ; :
LT ;
chaste Corinthian rostrum and colon- ?" ---=,.--- .-",...'.>.h- :-',- ."''';,-, ''r.r .5.' New Book >k "\1 tIIl,,,.-.'-1', \r.Il.ltllaw.Inpw Health" ball J Florida East: t'oa>t KaiUferable lo''S' ri::
I --;.>'..... -.... -- .. .. ... -- > .ilivKlvi-TlMii: ...,i of { .i" ,
nade. A little way from the housethe to =- ,--, --...-- -" FREE. : "inrt eilitionof. i way1.' lot 7. aee [ :ti t g .
I'WIIIOoII.ut f 'r t Irj:|MJ ; I
't{; -- \ thiMctabr ... cop' of land madeby K H. B \ey- tiie .
south are the of George I'I nt fro- anvniicnho *end his i I' ?, Tenn. Jt
;graves :: > .
: x-. .. -
: : :: and record in : : I _
nam. .n,1! 'I'l'irftn I> or on '
r. Ilatha i ,-I
Washington Curtis and his wife. Igloomy a ::}1":.. 'r-- -. '.-' Consuutation! nr.. 1I.llh.l\\"a nuk' no charge say uhf HIM cxetpti.;.. d.laD\: li"'rs toS. .. ot I'I'/ t .
Ormor'I : .. i
place under the hill is the restIng ; I I FREE. 1us f"rr'-111t'tl'nan.llill.ic 1I'irelr ) x ma: :I. either I sail Florida \ A. HTBoo v )
MOXUMK\T TO THE t'tW'N. J. NEWTON so mm'h thonsden '
place of Mrs. Mary Randolph.It HATHAWAY M. D. ou promiiE'Stt ti.phi ,. "....
was in this beautiful and Pictur-I j I I midst of this verdure and buoyant v eg- 25 Urran1 I>r. Hathaway & Co., I ... \. .. .
rt'.t. '
i 'at annah. Ga. .
esque mansion that Robert E. ? ,etable life ti;. visitor may find surf' 3U'iTlQ TillS r.vr...*\ WIIEN IrttITIJG. Titu; t
r. ,

+ ,.r ., c4'L i "I f'' 1 k\ "
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f'r THE FLORIDA STAR Mr. Carnegie Taking a Rest.It more circuitjudges than we had >"
= is announced in the newspa over:thirty years ago, and yet our "
; Entered at the population has more than doubled lAKING
postoffice at Titusville as pers thatMr., Andrew Carnegie has ,
second-class mail matter. taxable valuation has increased oL
our -
IT come to our state for a few weeks'rest.
EllIs B. Wager, Editor and PubU.her. If all the sthries which are almost fourfold, and litigationhas POWDER .
'y s i .
: in the public prints increased six or seven times.
PUBLISHED appearing \ft.
: about the monster lawsuit that his If the next legislature acts and soSOWlnY ffIIRE

SUBSCRIPTION. 91.60 PER ANNUM a resolution it will then :
late Mr. Frick and others passes and wholesome
i L 75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS. manager, Makes the food more delicious
iv are about to begin against him are have to be submitted tothe people.If .
idvertlllng'Ratell Famished JIOW1)EA ca,flEW YORtC.
on we commence working now it Nora lAKING
"' Application. true, he will need all the strengthhe
will be several before the
accumulate in weeks years
;. Communications on live topics, especiallyof can many Brooks Afflicted.
local interest,are solicited. But the editor in the balmy climate of Florida to situation can be relieved. It is an EDITORIAL COMMENT. Judge
reserves the right to condense them to suit. important matter, and one which
Brief fight it. Ex-Judge A. M. Brooks, a prominent
neighborhood always
desired. It is alleged that Mr. Frick wants should have. been attended to As a mathematical problem, it lawyer of Pensacola, Fla., who has been

', It must be clearly understood that neither something like $21,000,000 for his years ago. Speedy trials will di- may be interesting to ask: If Gen. missing since November 13th, is in Guth-

5' THE STAB nor its editor is responsible for interest in the Carnegie Steel works.If minish crime, reduce court expenses Buller'crosses the Tugela river in rie. How he got to Oklahoma, or how

-"?, opinions.-expressed' by correspondents..- the courts should award him more certainly reach the three places, how many places will long he has he been left there home he to does not to know.North
' He go
s- / Subscribers will confer a favor on THE that much, and all of the other ends of justice, and in every way he need to get backIndianapolis Alabama says, and got as far as Mobile, but
c'f, % STAB if they will notify us of failure to "
.. tend to
, receive their paper. partners, who, it is understood, in- promote good government. Sentinel. I remembers nothing more. W. B. Cross-

t .. tend to join him in the suit, shouldbe We have no doubt our friend, land, who knew Judge Brooks in Florida,

/ GOVERNOR ROOSEVELT has given as fortunate, there would not be Mr. McCreery, knows a great deal Now that Joe Wheeler is out of met him on the street and the renewal of

" out the statement, :relative to the very much left for Mr. Carnegie more about the needs of the circuit the Philippines, and there is no acquaintance brought to the wanderer's
mind memories of his old home. His son,
vice-presidency, that he most posi- after settling with them. It is the and supreme courts of our fear of his getting the credit for the Pensacola has
who is an attorney at gone
honor of that Mr. Carnegie state than we do, especially in the Otis can right ahead
tively will not accept the understanding capture, go to him. Judge Brooks is now terribly
a second place on the national owns a little more than one-hajf of supreme court and in his own cir- and corral Aguinaldo. Kansas afflicted with rheumatism, evidently due,.

.. ticket under any consideration. In the capital stock of the plant. The cuit, but we take pleasure in stat- City Times.If physicians say, to continued exposure.

c other words, he will not play sec- balance of the stock is owned by ing that the business of this, the

ond fiddle to President McKinley. Mr. Frick, :Mr. Phipps and about a seventh circuit, is kept up clean McKinley would win votes he G. Appleton,justice of peace, Clarksburg -
and prompt. We have under- and N. J., says: "DeWitt's Little Early
interest the
This gives Woodruff quite a boom dozen others, Mr. Phipps' should seize opportunity Risers are the best pills made for constI-
for second place on the Republican being even larger'than that of Mr. stood personally from one of, the offer to mediate between Great pation. We use no others." Quickly cure

. ticket. Frick. most prominent lawyers in our Britain and the Boers. Such an all liver and bowel troubles. B. R. Wilson -

There is an agreement in writing state that the business of the supreme act would be a national ho or.- & Son.CHANGE .

; ONE of the leading physicians of that when a partner withdraws he courts could very easily be Boston Traveler.As .

our county, Dr. G. W. Holmes, of shall accept for his stock its book hastened up by a little differentway OF PRECINCT BOUNDARIES.

Sharpes, in noting the recent article value. It is stated that the book of managing the more important a matter of fact, the occupa- At the regular meeting of the board of

in THE STAR regarding the value of Mr. Frick's stock is $9,000- cases that are brought before it, tion of the Philippines by the county commissioners for Brevard county -
convened Tuesday, Feb. 6th, 1900,
danger of smallpox becoming prev- 000. Mr. Carnegie, if reports are and we believe that the advice United States is advantageous to the, following described boundaries of

alent in this state, says the present to be credited, offered him that given by the late Judge Forster to British trade, and this is demon- Eden and Ankona precincts were adopted -

outlook is one of candor at least. sum, but he declined to receive it one of the present circuit judges strated by the reports of McKinley'sown :

The doctor remarks: "My observa- on the ground that his interestwas upon entering his official duties, officials.-Chicago Democrat. On petition the boundaries of Eden

" tions and experience teach me that worth a great deal more. It if strictly adhered to, would do precinct, No. 10, is hereby changed to readas

vaccination is a valuable means in seems that when he wanted to buy away with the demand for more circuit -! "No more iniquitous scheme to follows: To begin at northwest cornerof

the prevention of smallpox. If Mr. Carnegie's interest some time judges. His advice was to keep' plunder the public treasury for the 41 section east, running 30, township east to 36 Atlantic south, ocean range,

anyone is unconvinced of the cor- ago he paid $1,000,000 for an op- your docket clean and never let benefit of selfish interests than the thence southeasterly along the shore to

rectness of this view let them send tion. After the option expired, he business accumulate upon your ship subsidy bill was ever presented south boundary of Brevard county,

for literature, pro and con." All having failed to. carry his plans to hands. This is a well known busi- to congress, and it is gratifyingto thence west to southwest corner of town-

the physicians of this county are success, Mr. Carnegie is quoted as ness maxim, but it applies to law know that even so powerful a ship 37 south, range 41 east, thence

: agreed as to the effectiveness offL having said that he would not take equally as well as mercantile lines.A master of political chicanery as north to beginning; and that the votingplace
be moved from Eden to Jensen ,and
vaccination a preventive of less than for the judge of fine perceptive facultiesas ;
: as $350,000,000 prop- Mark Hanna may fail in his efforts that the same be published according to
> smallpox, and their advice ought erty. It is on this basis that Mr. regards legal points is quite apt to fasten this steal upon the

., to be regarded higher than that of Frick is now asking for $21,000,000. to take cases too long under ad- people."-Nashville American. law.The boundaries of Ankona precinct,

" :**. persons who have had neither experience It would seem as if the agreement visement in a strictly conscientious "" Xo. 18, is hereby, upon petition, changed

*: t nor made the disease a to accept the book value of i intention of doing his whole duty; The indications that the to read as follows: To begin at northwest
1 i if he would in with this are corner of section 35; township 35 south, ..\1'
study. his stock would be a bar to his recovering press
: and British
.. man governments range 40 east, and run east to Indianriver
;#: the amount he claims. It characteristic an equal amount of
, -4' understand thence the
thoroughly each other, southeasterly along
> Causes of Degeneracy. is pointed out, however, that the business push, a desire to keep up su far as the South African situa- liver to the point where the south buun- II

Under the heading of "The Dan- agreement may be declared void, with every case before him, we be- tion is concerned. The explanation Mary of section 20, township 3i( south, ;

gers of Degeneracy" the Jackson- because one of the partners, Mr. lieve that the demand for more : of Germany's complaisance is range 41 east, strikes Indian river, thence
courts would not be noted. weal to range line between ranges 40 and
ville News the Phipp, has not signed it.
prints following remarks -
simple: enough. Germany has con- 41, thence north to southeast corner ol
in regard to a most important The Savannah News is quite cor- siderable po>se.ions of her own in section 12, thence wept to southwest

subject that deeply concerns rect in stating that Mr. Carnegie's BANYAN. South Africa and the German government corner of section 12, thence north tu

the American people : riches give him trouble as well as Mr. J. Booth is among the growers here is far-seeing enough to northwest corner of section 1, them

The truth comes to us with tell- joy, but it doubtful; if any one and at Tropic in the interest of Wagner perceive that. if the Boers; are suc- west to northwest corner of section :1,
'& Co. of Chicago.R. thence north to point of beginning and
' rejoices on that account. He has
ing force that youthful criminalityseems
ces:;ful in turning the British out that the same be published
to,be increasing with the age been, and is, very liberal with his C. Creech reports c'raps fair to the of South Africa, they will soon be law according to

of advancement along the many wealth. lIe has given away large south of us. lIe has been among all the I taking measures\ to expel Germanyin j,

lines. This is deplorable, for it goes sums, and is still making princely bean growers as: far south Waveland.. her turn. The watchword 'Af Bismarck's Iron Nerve

v to prove that the rising generationlacks donations to schools and libraries Major W. ]>. Sun was presented witha rica. for Africans" applies. to Germany Was the result: of his splendid health.
that directness of moral pur- There is no danger, of course, that fine cake Monday with the number 7.'J equally with Great Britain. Indomitable will and tremendous energy
engraved thereon, this being his birthdayanniversary. are not found where stomach, liver, kidneys -
which has heretofore made our he will beggar himself. Still, the
pose Rochester Democrat and Chron- and bowels are out of order. If"Oll
United States lead the list of God- fact that he has already distributed icle. want these qualities and the success they
fearing countries. million of dollars for the benefitof One of our residents i is preparing to bring ue Dr. King's New Life 1'ilN.
build eight foot windbreak the --- They develop of brain and
the an on every power
The associated press brings us, deserving makes that part of wet and north of a part uf his place apl'Otel'tioll IOMITV: .'onL};. body. Only 25c.: at B. II. Wilson ,v
during the past few week, accountsof the world that knows him feel very- to a young grove -- Son's drug store. r

" five boys, and they were but lads, kindly toward him. A Valuable 1' at Tropic. On Merritt's -- -----
Mrs. McMillan: returned from Eau Gal-
bland, Florida.
who have committed crimes equalto Weather
Weekly Report.
lie the infant
\ those of which more matured Are They Needed ? Sunday amlrepol'ts tlanghternf This place, Tropic, is the very cream
( !'or,Houston: jriadually improving. of the state for climate and soil; the for- U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WEATHER -
brains were guilty of executing. Under the heading of ")IClrc The little one had been given up mer, as the name indicates, being rm% BUREAU.

What has brought about this; Judges Wanted" we notice the fol- by two doctors at one time. tropical, and the latter equal to the soil Comparative statement of temperatures

state of affairs ? lowing paragraph in our esteemed of Cuba. The freezes of the past have and Feb.rainfall 13, 1900.for the week ending Tuesday,

A boy of sixteen years kills his contemporary, the Gainesville: Growth oi Stetson. failed to injure any of the groves here, 1900 1899
mother. A lad yet in his teens Sun: and the most sensiti'e've ct:1bles are DATE. MAX. fIN. MAX. MIN.
J 1'iesident Forbe, of the Stetson uni- Feb. 7. 7S 65
grown and shipped to northern markets ,. 83 till
murders, in cold blood, a compan The courts: of Florida :should: be 8. 77 71 61
in 41
versity, at PeRind, speaking at the annual each winter. I offer my home place of ..
t ion. A score of youths look upon afforded for the said the after the .. 9. is 70 58 :u
every facility mtetin-! year !9} acres in Tropic for sale.' location, the 10. 77 69 00 4ti
I l} petty thieving as an accomplish- speedy transaction of all business freeze the nnmberof instiuctor?employed very lwst, broad front on both Indian 11. 78 69! 10 62

), ment to be acquired. coming before them. Under ex- \\ast\\entyit5s now thirty-two. The and Banana rivers, comfortable dwelling ".. 13.I 2. SO 77 10 77 6t
In almost every instance these isting conditions it is claimed thatit number of other employees and servants (plastered), outhouses, artesian' well, or- 70 41 r-;
then was twenty-fonr; it 5 is now thirty- anjre, lemon and grapefruit tree and bananas Total rainfall for the week.11 inch
criminals have stood be-
youthful is out of the question for the nine. The number of families directlyand "l'arill11 Departure from the normal rainfall for thewl"tk.
\ fore the bar of with opportunity to get one minus .52 inch.
justice set
} courts to satisfactorily dischargetheir holly supported by the university of the hand-omcfct places in the whole Departure from normal rainfall since JaIl.
.'J smiles upon their faces when the duties., Undoubtedly thereis then was ten: it is now nineteen, and state sit less than value. Address, lit, 1'JUO, minus .1)3 inch.

J sentences were passed. They smiled need for more judges. The supreme many more indircetly. The total property } G. F. KN-EV, HAL P. HAKDIX.

f even at the door of death. court is far behind with of the university then was $ iOt10, ; it Tropic, Fla. Jupiter, Fla. Feb.Observer 13, 1900.Weather Bureau.
made is now $4 >0, Men who have such thing cases pending before it and the -
then was $-',000; it i- now j-SS.OdO.: Write Munlotk Cure (,"Atlanta, JJa., enclosing ---
a study have told us that there are lockets of many of the circuit the total amount of money paid out in 2 tent stamp for free simple of JIurlr Itsuffering lilts the Spot.

innumerable causes. That chief oj courts lack much of being cleared. the city of DeLand then was ?4f2 IIO; this ( 'k'-> .'atarrh TIll' Cure or Hyler's Dyspl'psiaTahh.ts. Wlleu : frcm a severe cold and!

all, the heritage of vice prompts There i is no good reason why this year it will he S0CMK) The number of catarrh or dyspepsia.Hyler's propose. to cure every ease of your throat and lungs feel sore, take a

.., many of the fiendish deeds done by condition of affairs should be student" in the college then was sixteen; doe of Foley's Honey and Tar, when the
\ per : it is now forty eight The total amount { Dyspepsia Tablet I soreness will be at once relieved, a Vat u,
.. the boys of our land. Evil influences mitted to continue. It be I. grateful feeling and of the
ti can healing
paid to servant* and other help then was easy to take, and give permanent relief. I part-
,\ and companions ; habits that remedied, and it should be. It is 50 treatment $1.00. affected will be experienced, and \' 111
I :i 2,570; ; now it i is ?.>,43U. The total amount : day Mailed on receipt will "It
say: feels so good. It hit the
J eat away the mind and the conSt presumed that the judges of the paid to members of the faculty then was of price.Mtunonc. Cure Co. spot." Guaranteed. B. II. Wilnm ,\

; science. supreme and circuit courts are do- 313,650: ; it is now ?; li( ;:7n.. Atlanta, Ga. >on.

..J'i A report handed in by one of the all in their ,
. ing power to conduct --'-- -' ton SALK CII J:.\1>. ------
chief physicians of this country the business: before them with dispatch Carry Sun..hll''it" You. I
to. Improved place in I-Atjrange. Three
that tobacco CASTOR
was responsible -
but are simply unable to A bright fresh, Minny face is always( acres pine land cleared and fenced containing
for much of the degeneracy now prevent. the accumulation of cases. inspiring, and it always denotes yood dwelling; IlIIn,..', with kitchen and I For Infants and Children.
101 .prevalent. From another source It cannot be expected that three health a* well a* a happy heart. Many dining room detached, and storehouse. {
information that faces that \\tie once overcast with gloom Good drmkini: \Ht l'r. ANo eight acres > The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears
*ford liquor men can accomplish the work, have been made bright and sunny by in Tuinbull hammock, four acres cleared i:
,. V"i'l.u/"tfto! degeneracy ; bad compan- which, if satisfactorily done, will Hood's Sarsaparilla, which cures all dyspeptic and 'nd.. Above property will be sold! theSignature
\31" J home influence not of theX perhaps require the services of five mptoni", strengthenthe: nerves cluap Part cash, balance on time if de- of I rlL
I jer and tones up and imig rates the whole sired Address II. A. Cailile LaGmn. I ,
v order. Surely the country or six justices. The next legisla- system.

\ florae to a bad pass when the ture should pass a resolution Constipation is cured by Hool!'!' Pill,

m1 .1 ',: \ e influence can be brought up amending the constitution s.o as the nonirritating. cathartic. Sold by all R. L., MOTLOW, Healer
borne lrr8 moral downfall 1' -- -- - ---- -
reason for to incr, iouta" t,e supreme court
for some mr boys. Let this be a timely Judge! lterre3'.1 I so as to give the '
+ entertai on', GOOD TO YOI ItSELF and goodto TOE
|rning. The young mind musts legi19a'iib ida, !"henenr it your fiiendWhen you treat a friendto pig BRANDIES! WHISKIES I

fUllY trrVr4. Every moth- de'rl'the Jfc aTOve P'U t ::Lo establish adbdu whiskey, give him the best. HAHI'ER' ,
s)JJ' :; v whiskey is the be\erane for your friends
sp everJnrtshOUld: cong (}g}: ." .'in ithorida, SWe. have and for"you. SOLI) 11Y Losley & MotionTitusulfe AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.81'tcial .

h nd ideates! fas lJod. .1 Mo ihed" Srllbesu'! \\\ and no Fla. attention given to mail orders.
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sr THE FLORID.A, STAR COMMENCEMENT[ [ fXRm[ [8.The 8. GENERAL DIRECTORY. Administrator's Notice*. Florida ..

Ltk. All persons having claims against the estateof
Entered Ephriam F. Adams, late of Brevard county,
at the postoffice at Titusville as Ankona High School Entertainment SOCIETIES ETC. Florida, deceased, are hereby notified to present Central & Peninsular
second-class mail matter. them to the undersigned, properly authenticated 'f"
fff Ellis Wednesday of Last Week. TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADE-M. S. within the time prescribed by

B. Wager, Editor and Publisher. Wednesday, Feb. 8th, Mrs. Abdill's Jones, president; J. M. Dixon: treasurer; J. law, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of Railroad ""
f G. Bast, secretary. Meets second Wednes- recovery, and all persons owing said estate ;
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. house was beautifully decorated with day night in each month at their rooms.F. are hereby required to make immediate pay- t.

VI shrubbery and flags and invited guests ment to me this January 1st, 1900.JOSEPH .

S SUBSCRIPTION 81.50 PER ANNUM; were gathering from up and down the & A.1L-Indian River lodge, No. 90, holds P. BROWN, Unexcelled service from Florida

75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS. river. Eden and :Mount Elizabeth were its meetings the second and fourth Friday Sheriff Brevard c'nnty, Florida and ex- to all points .. .. .. ..
i I evenings of each month at the court house.A. officio administrator of the estate EphriamF. I
I 'l Advertising Kates Furnished on represented. A launch, sail and rowboats, A..Stewart, W.M.; J. Mendel, Secretary. Adams, deceased. j I I North, East and West. "
f Application. saddle horses, horses an<> buggies and Titusville, Fla Jan. 5th, 1900.Admlnbtrator' ,

Communications wagons brought into requisition, and it is INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.-R. E. bums, I Two 'trains daily between TAMPA, '.
on live topics, especially Drill
Captain. every Saturday night at Notice.
of local interest a pity that we have no shell road or JACKSONVILLE, SAVANNAH and e.
are solicited. But the editor perhaps 8 o'clock, at armory, over county jail. I
t ; reserves the right to condense them to suit. automobiles would have been used All persons concerned take notice that six I COLUMBIA, carrying Pullman Drawing .
Brief items months after date I will final Room Sleeping Cars, cannectiug at COLUMBIA -
of neighborhood always present
news also. The occasion of this gathering was CHURCHES. my with sleepers forWASHINGTON
; desired. accounts and vouchers administrator of the ,
i f the commencement exercises of the An- estate of Harriet L. Wilson, late of Brevard
f It must be clearly understood that neither kona high school, taught very ably by EPISCOPAL Rector. Services second and fourth B. F.Sundays Brown, county, Florida, deceased, to Hon. D. L. ,

**. THE STAB nor its editor is responsible for Mrs. McCarty. A large and appreciative in each month at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Gaulden, county judge of said county, and BALTIMORE #
: opinions expressed by .1 to be from such administra- PHILADELPHIA.
correspondents. pray discharged
ft' audience of about 75 people were gathered. I Sunday school every Sunday at 9:00 a. m. tion. A. S. WILSON, and NEW YORK.

: "f Subscribers will confer a favor on THE About 7 p. in. the guests were calledto I Administrator

Ii. STAB receive if their they will notify ns of any failure to order and the exercises opened by the PRESBYTERIAN Hughes, pastor. CHURCH-Rev.Sunday school, 10 John a. m.A.; Titusville, Fla., Nov. 3rd, 1899. Also with CINCINNATI ASHEVILLE.sleeper via .

,, 1; a paper. pupils, the Ankona Glee club and the Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer

audience by singing the good old song, meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. You are Notice. i
Two Denver editors permittedthemselves invited to come.BAPTISTCHUBCHPreachingat. All concerned take notice that six months
"America Miss Clark
; ably accompanying
very ---- after date I will, as administrator of the es- Dixie Flyer" Through Sleeping Car
to be shot by a lawyer at the )piano. The program for fitusville tate of Roswell A. Randall, late of Brevard Route between

t. the other day. The journalistic the: evening was as follows: Recitation, second Sunday in each month,morning and county, Florida, deceased, present my final JACKSONVILLE ST. LOUIS :'
evening. Prayer meetings every Wednesday account as such administrator to the Honorable via
"The Children's Hour Misses Lillie
} :' profession seems to be degenerating by evening 7:00 o'clock. Sunday school D. L. Gaulden, county judge of said Lake City, Macon, Atlanta,
Roberts and Marie Schubert recitation
out Denver Time when ; every Sunday at 9:45 a. m. Indianola on county, and pray for my final discharge from Chattanooga and Nashville, i ,
; t way. was 'The Older Ones," by Miss Jessie Moore; the fo-rth Sunday; LaGrange on the first such administration.

; no two lawyers could have "got"one recitation, "Drive the Nail Aright Boys," Sunday. E. N. BELL, Pastor JOSEPH P. BRows, Making connections for KANSAS CITY 1

editor anywhere in Colorado, by Master Roberts; music by the Ankona -- Sheriff and as cx-officio administrator.This CHICAGO and all points in \
METHODIST CHUECII.-Bev.J. E.Mickler, December 15th, A. D., 1899. the northwest. t
but Glee club Messrs. Hamor Me-
that Jennings
was in the olden goldenage Pastor. Services first, and third Sundays in

when the pastepot the pencil Carty, Arthur and Will Saeger, selection, each month at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.; Sunday ) Through sleeping service between Jacksonville '
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.All .
"Kentucky Babe," followed hyIy school each Sunday at 10 a. m.; Ep- and New Orleans via River Junction 1
and the pistol went hand in hand, Old Kentucky Home"; declamation, "I worth league every Sunday at 3:30 p. m.; persons having claims against the estateof and Pensacola.Full .
as it were in the wild and woolly Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7:30 p. James D. Andrews, late of Brevard county '
Mean to be alan: by Master Moore; m.; Ladies' Aid society meets each Wednes Florida deceased, are hereby notified to pre. information on application to any agent

west ,.., recitation, "Independence Bell," by Miss day at 3:00 p. m. Everybody welcome. sent them to the undersigned, properly authenticated of this com(any
--- - Marie Schubert; declamation, "McLean's I : within the time prescribed by

THE Plant System and the F. C. & Child by Master Brian McCarty duet TOWN DIRECTORY. law, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of A. O. MACDONNELL, L. A. SHIPMAX, 1
; recovery and all persons owing said estate Gen'l Pa:S. Agt. Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agt
& P. Railway having both agreed to iy Messrs. Hamor and Jennings declamation -
: ; TOWN OFFICERS.-A. D. Penney, mayor; are hereby required to make immediate pay .r I
pay to all holding receipts, the one ".Somebody's Mother," by Master M. S. Jones Jr., marshal and tax collector; ment to me.

cent mile rebate for distance Wenzel Schubert; recitation, "What C. S. Schuyler, clerk and treasurer; John JOHN fcLEAS', A $4.00 BOOK FOR TSctS. '
per Henry, assessor; D. L. Gaulden, F. A. Los- Administrator of the estate of James I).
I I Live For, by Miss Lillie Roberts declamation -
traveled, also to grant five days ; ley, J.M. Dixon, W. 1:. Knox, Juo. R. Wal- Andrews, deceased. The Farmers' Encyclopedia.
"Burial of Mo&es, by Master ker, councilmen. The council meets first Jensen, Fla Feb. 9th 1900MASTER'S I
limited round trip tickets at three Fred Hamor; solo, by Mr. Dan McCarty, Tuesday in each month. talnln Everytlinfper-?to the affairs -
t cents per mile each way, and to piano accompaniment by Mrs. Abdill and ----- ---- --- ------ SALE. of the farm, I

: issue the old time thousand mandolin by Mr. Jennings declamation COUNTY DIRECTORY. i' household and
; one ; Under and by virtue of a decree of fore- stock raisin?. Embraces -
miles mileage books, the question "The Village Blacksmith," by Master closure and sale entered in the circuit court 1 articles on
Moore declamation\ "The Charge of the COUNTY OFFICERS.-D. L. Gaulden. Titus- for Brevard county, in a cause wheriu JohnII. the horse, the colt,
'. naturally arises, why can't they go ; ville, county judge; M. Goldsmith Titus- Ilopui; i complainant and John C.\" it Il horse habits, dis
farther and establish Light Brigade, by Master Stf'wart11- ville, prosecuting attorney; A. A. Stewart a1., are defendants I will offer for sale in it eases of the horse,
just a step a ken}'; recitation. "Little Jim," by Miss Titusville, clerk circuit court; J. F. Woolen front of the court house door at Titusville. 1 i t the fruit farm graces,

straight three cents per mile rate ? Marie :Schubert; music by the Glee club, ,Cocoa, tax assessor; E.W. Hall.Sharpes during the legal hours of sale on the first ? ? I II culture dairyingcookeryheiith-,

- :. "Old Black Joe" and "Old Folks at tax collector: John Henry, Titusville Monday in March. A. D. 1!<00, to the highest f t ; cattle, Bheep.swine,
treasurer; J. H. Sams, Courtenay superintendent and best: bidder for cash the following real + poultry tees, the
TAYLOR seems to hare completely Home;" declamation, "The Blind Man public instruction; J. (). Fries, Ti- estate, situate in Brevard county, Florida, to- I dog, toilet social

lost his head of late and to bavei and the Elephant," hyIa tcrs Schubertand tusville, county surveyor: J. P. Brown, Ti wit: N.W.oftheN.E.JandN. J of N. E. life, etc., etc. One.
McCaity; declamation, "The Lord tusville, sheriff; T. J. Cockshutt, LaGrange, 1 of N. E.l of Sec. 13, T. 33, S. I;. 39 E., containing ; t of the Encyclo-most complete
believed that he could capture the I registration officer. GO acres more or less, excepting, how
and the Farmer Buy, by Master hoax rts j pediasmexistence.
; out of the above the
executive office violence. His ever tract right of way x A large book, 8X5J4;
by recitation, "The Elf Child," by Miss:: COUNTY COMMISSIONE11S.-J P. Walker, of the Florida East Coast railway company. x 1)4 inches.; fwti

i, 'summoning to Frankfort an army Lillie Roberts; music solo, "The District Titusville,chairman; W.II.Sharpe, Sharpes; M. GOLDSMITH, g pages,, fully bound illustrated in-

of mountaineers with shotguns and School Master( ," by Matter Brian McCarty Jos. Mendel, LaGrange: Jno. Houston, Eau Special Master. green cloth binding I'
declamation Gallic; .J, N. Wailer, Ankona. Regular sessions !. -- -- -- - and equal to
"God Bless Our Stars
rifles the New Orleans Times- ; ::
says are held first Tuesday each month. other books costing-
i Democrat proved that he intended Forever," by ra \\'cnze'SdlUbert! ; &.00. Ifyou desire this book send us our special
i declamation, "Jiinm y Butler and the COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.-J. M. Dison, A YachtFOR offer price. $0.'lS, and 80/20 extra for postage; and r
we will forward the book If it is satisfactory
to not
to resort to bloodshed. The assassination I Racing you. f
Titusville S. F. Gibhs Melbourne.
Owl, by Master Fred Hamor; song by ; I return it and we will exchange it or refund r
of Goebel was the natural your money. Send for our special illustrated cata ,
pupils Glee club ami assembled --- --- -- -
guests, :
logue quoting the lowest prices on books FREE.
result of bringing so many desperate "The Star Spangled '.UJJil'r." A short The girl who yearns to be a helpmate to We can save you money. Address all orders to

.... t and dangerous men into the speech\ by :Mr. C. T. :\Ic( arty, congratulating some worthy man, frequently forgets to THE WERNER COMPANY; ,
(lend a helping( hand to her worthy mother Publisher and Manufacturer Akron, OhiO.
everybody well cl.O-en words
town. That assassination lost him ,
: in the kitchen. $50 Thc Werner tehable,
( Company is! thoroughly J-Editur.
concluded the e\ercis
more supporters in the north, and Everybodythen
1 -- ------
had a rirh treat of ice cream and l
showed him in his true light before cake prepared by Mesdames : LaHl's-For relief of women, Chester's 50 YEARS'
Tansy Tablets! worth their weight in
the country. Abdill awl :Miss Clark. Everybody was irold. A: safe and certain month'y regu Full working drawings and instructions for 'pt EXPERIENCE

e highly pleased! and expressed their satisfaction lator. Mailed on receipt price, :$1.00.MniMHK building a Kacinir; CatWu that anybody run

THE delay in the publication of with the exercises, music: and re- (ViK Co., Atlanta, da.Gov. ; build to (,.."t, complete" ?;i). Send i">>tal,
fieshments testified the mentioning this paper for full particulars
as by applause.
the Fortieth Florida Reports called
The pupils poke their! pieces excellently Bloxham! has signed; a death warrant Subscription price. SS.OO per year, 'Toe. a cop

I.J forth a rather severe: criticism in well and showed good teaching; the ,. designating: Friday, March Oth, for
the columns of a certain Jacksonville music was well rendered ami the refreshments Address THE RUliB1'UB.[ CO.,
the execution of Way-man Kin_, at Pen- 9 Murray St., New York City. TRADE MARKS
1 f daily a few days ago, which highly appreciated. The weatherwas sacola. On Srpt.111,1S9!)!>, King shot and DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
- -- -- ---- ------
was quite apropos. We think thecriticism lovely and the ride! home on hind killed: Victoria Watkins, and he was convicted Anyone sending a sketch and description&c.may

and watei by the bright; moonlight was in December. quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
( has hurried matters invention
up is probably patentable. Communica
:such a.s can only be enjoyed in a semitropical Indian River Steamers tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Pat enta .
some for in another of our state exchanges sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
('Ii lIIah'. Among those present 1 The man who rroft-es a newlylaid carpet Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
j ) we note that the attorney- were the following: Mr. and Mrs. Matter in his bare feet ha a faint idea of the special notice, without charge, In the

: general has just: completed the index Mr. and Mrs. Hamor, )!rs. and Mis trials! of the tax collector. Indian River and Bay Biscayne Scientific Jlm riCa"
1 i to this work and ent it with :-aylor: :Mr. and Mrs :Saeger, :Mr. and Inland Navigation Co. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest rir.

i the unbound forms back to the Mrs.: Jennin: :Mr. and Mrs Ankenyand L. T. Travis agent; Southern railroad dilation of any scientific j'mrnal. Terms |3 e t
: year four months, |L Sold
the hitter's mother, a hulyof'.ll vans;, Sehna, ( ;a., write: "'1 cannot say too Operating a line of !steamers between : by all newsdealers.
1 publishing house in Jacksonville, Mr.: and :Mrs. .Harris-, Mr.( and Mrs. much in praise of One Minute Cough ROCKLEIKJE.: ) on INDIAN RlVEK. MUNN & CO.361Broadwar New York

so the legal talent of this state may Waters; :Mr. and :Mrs Moore MessrsKldred Cure. In itl)' case' it worked like charm.:' and 1'AL.M BEACH, on LAKE Branch Office, K5 F SU Washington i D.U
WORTH, touching at principal landings -
The hirllllt'rl'lIIlth' that im-
only : gives=:
non expect the reports. These reports Tourman, Frantzrailer, also mediate'results. between these points. '
Cures coughs, colds BOOK AGENTS WANTED FOR
are needed in the courts of Mis. Gridley, from Iowa, boarding at croup, bronchitis and all throat and lung; Route via the INDIAN RIVER and the grandest and faatest-eellin; book ever published, 1

Florida almost daily, for cases are Eden, :\1 r. and I :Mrs. Tancre and )1 r:::. troubles.. B. IJ. Wilson: it :Oon. through NEW CANAL SYSTEM to .1

being.decided all the while which Pratt and quite a number more.Vliata ----- LAKE WORTH.The Pulpit EchoesOR

require revision f for the lack If every doctor had to take his own passenger accommodations on I.IVIMJ TKl'TIH FOR IIEAII AND IIRAKT.
; may : \ 1'roiitinciit Kriitiirkian !'.a's. IlIc'dil' nc'tlll'rc would lie little need of both steamers have been increased Containing Mr. MOOItY'.s l.--t ,, nii>t,> vritu SaO
; > of them. I TUnll.ui-tones,Incident,IVrbonal F'IIH'nences.etc.,u toil
W. Yancy.. I'udurah, writes: I hail prescription clerks in the drugstores.; and they are well equipped fur the
) of 1 ton rial business. B\) D. L. Moody
a severe case kidney disease: and threeof I -

,J THK shooting Mr. loebel: of the best phyil'ilnuf: : :Southern:: Ken-j j 8100 BE: V.UU SI00.j Excellent meals served board hnurlf. With complete history ofhiolife by Itev.C'II \".F.
i( Kentucky, develops into a first- tucky treated ne whlilIltIH'l'c' <. I \va! i The readers of this |papt'r| will lit pleaded! to steamers at: reasonable prices. and t.U"Io>a, I'aitor Intrcxluctioa of Mr Moody by Her.B Chicago I.\ SIAM Church ABBOTT for rive,yea l Jlt.,&
induced to try Foley! Kidney Cure. The i learn that there is at lca-t one dreaded disease Brand new, 611U PP.,!),',UI.fuUII tiliatraifd. a j"I,111111>mor t
( class mystery. ..fackChinnanll""aren first bottle save immediate: thatIdl'ul'e has been able to cure in all its South-lxuind. North lound* AliK.\T: WAVTKH-Men and Women. Q:7'alp:: ,
1 : relief and i i j jthne immense harvest time for Agents. Send for terms t
Lilian who were with Mr. bottle-cured [' stasis; and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh -- ---- --- A. II. OIiriILM.TO.X & (;u", lliuUurd Cuan.Pfar .
me }lpn lillll'lItly. 1'! .
gladly I recommend this wonderful 1 Vein-1 J i Care is the only positive cure known to the Read-down Schedule in effect -Rt'adup- -
ioebel} when he was shot that :
| IIII'c1il'alfmtt'l'lIilv.
say ('atarrhln'iuga'oustitutiuutl -
; St. SebastianMuudays I
edy. 15. It. WiNon t\c :Sin.:: | St. Sebastian- Jan. IS. 1K)0. :Ktk's
smokeless powder was: used. A _u, i 1 iiu-nt.: ili.ieaM'lIall'atarrh: requires Cure a constitutional.. taken treat-, W('Iln sdy' V> HAIR CALSAM ,
i internally
lml' I frqh
: and Cleausei and tetutifiet the has
special nepaper dispatch gays: Ella: To think that it is lwoyearssii:: 'c | amine dil'pl'tlv HN>II the !Iuod! and mucoussurfares Thursday- IANDINUti.<< Saturdays I ; Promotes a lurjnant powtil.
that the autopsy showed he was we met, and knew me at one '. Then of the sy.itcin. tlll'l"I'111'stroyiug -- !! .: ; ..,. Never Fails to Bestore Color.Gray
you Youthful ,
I I Hair to its
the foundation all'l l ,iriving the 'I 00 p in Lv- --kledxe.--Arj 5> (K> a in .
I haven't cha'titied ( >e lbtp { Cwt: fi'.p: 1aws! hair fa;iog.
shot with a common Winchester: much, after aA" Bella: initu'iitstii-nxth by biiildinu up the eutiatitutioii (> : H p m Lv. Ean ialiic .-Ar! G 30 a in I' ; J ,. --" ar"ll"I 'st Hrur"loti
rifle such the mountaineers Oh,1 I knew you by your I hOIJlIl't.-Fun. j aiiila-i-.i\tins natim* in d',injj its work.The 7 00 p in J.V-- Melbourne __.\r; G W) a inC I II
as : ---
: : I II proprietors have M> much faith in its ; (Kl a m I.\.J'n n -Arj! 7 00 p m I
generally own. These:: 1'111a: a II .pcptieide curative power:, that they otlt-r mie hundred 10 (HI a III Lv_ Jupiter -Ar 2 00 p III ONLY
i I BOOK $2.90
rule, burn the black powder. (']knit Expels: the noxious :germ-i of dyspepsia!' i, Collars for list of for test any that it tails U cure. Send _2 (Hi p m Ar .PalmJU-adli! JLv_lujxi! _:i m, $$6.00

1 4 and Lilian are of the opinion that fiom the system, absolutely cures the [ A.hlress. 1'. J. CII EN EY .\ ('0.. Toledo O. si.-B.iKcr TO CiAN.E WITHOUT :\OTII"F.. I Magner's Standard Horse and Stock Book

the shots came from the third disease: and causes: : the stomach: to furnish J'SulI by druggists; ""t'. A complete pictori
story healthy blood! for tissue and nerve i l Hall's Family, 1'ilK an tiibe; } .,t.'A This time table shows the times at I t'lIcvcJol'ulia\ o!
t of the executive building. The di- Ill1ihlill;!. (Hyspepticide thu ditiers from which stt':Miners may expected to : ": p.I'l. \ rtferenct

rection of the bullet through- the other remedies.. B. 1 K.: Wilson it :OIHI.:: '! arrive landing at.ami but depart their arrival from the or departure -[ I .h 1:' .. ,,,_ book contains!\nere., man Thii,

body, it is alleged indicates that CLEAR HEAD; at the times stated i is not jiuaraiitccil. S., ". =--' \h'thertounknownot'f' ,il-:! tile recipes

Contentment is all ri:}ht but the man nor dots the company hold i e ,
fatal shot from lower tamilllr coiitroliini
t ;
came a
who never want more than he has i": soine good digestion ; sound sleep; a itself 1'l''I"u-ihlc': foranyilelayoraiiy ;,a,j c 'S elevation. It has been thought:: day apt to have more than he +want of it. : fine "OUSt"l""li.t" arising therefrom. ; -. I', parttrentsdet'Ote(
appetite and 01(1 ixii I.nri"cattle
l. + a ripe age, to
' i that politics was at the bottom of Tilth'lI1l1'r: St. Viifriistine will he r2 ); shf ;I' awl) S'\iut':aSIi !
I the assassination: but the ugg(':, =>u-k Headacbe are some of the results of the use placed in commisnion ou the line i A p'''' .liq;!'.iJI'ceul
I th
Miri' iiu'luditiK
(Is the bane: of women.Vhat N wanted early in Kebniary.Steamers ?
tion that the killing was in revenge : of Tutt's Liver Pills. A i cun of truit trees ett
i is not relief aione, but relief and cure. single I 1 iYs 1,200 rages, ove
for :Mr. (ioebel's shooting of anf.rd Dr. Loyal Ford's )Dyspeptieide} will cure dose will itninwt with the. FU i da .t:% 1,760 magnificen
convince of their East ( "; t ttilwaYlo -: 'Si-- illustrations an.
:sick headache, fur all time. you +(
some time ago! and 1 that the makes the )I absolutely the fines
e" :lfl .... stomach rL'ht. B. R. Wil-on rt :Oon.:: wonderful effects and virtue. and most valuatlfarmers'
lf the
advantage t S
'I podworI
"\ Lt't+'JACKSONVILLE _t:3.'ia.IU: book in this
\ cltement to conceal 1 his If the man who wants the earth is will- A Known Fact. Arrive UM'KLKIMJK\ .3:3"' p. nt. ; world.tang! 17 special It also\ colored cor

/ r al ? i; accepted by many. All ing to pay all the taxes on it, it wouldn't XIIITIIHIII" plates. If yo
\ : be a bad idea to let him have it. An desire thi- book, sea
k '. i1e murder of (oebel makes ------- absolute cure for sick head- Leave lot'KLEllfiEl:'T' p. 111. } u>- cur special cUe
tor Ih\L Ill of interesting features, J. I. Bfvry, J..( ganton, 1'..., writes: ache, dyspepsia, malaria, sour Arrive JACKSONVILLE .:'"t p. in.In 7 will price!! forward$2.90,the and bootH w

home "I am willing to take oath that I was you. If it is n(
u&kely! to become famous in time to ronnert with all trainstor -
for some: gu Pc9 i cured of pneumonia iiitirely by the use of, stomach, dizziness, constipation!{ the north and satisfactory and wewill,exchang return ;
of America.esn't --w---
crime .
t i entertain IB a's in One Minute Cou'teC-ire after doctors fail- bilious I it or refund you
ed. It also/!: ida, 'dijdren of whooping fever, piles, torpid liverand 0. C. Guilts. Secretary, general office bank !money. Send for our sledalillustrated catalogs
nn indicate quality. Beware ; coughrie Mcifove and cures : all kindred building Augustine, Fla. ; juotmg the lowest prices on books, FREE. Wan
y a felt and worthless salve offered COUghs, WitlAiffloriJa iiaves and throat (J. n.
sp 's. An inftT'" 'e cure for piles and la ? ? TO it. i' Uockledge. Fla. I THE WERNER COMPANY,
> n
vn Tutt's
cike Liver Pills T T. REESE. Agent steamboat wharf, l'a'mLeach
t.1.1, rill be fntlisten md HicaTictnren. Akron
as ,
jh ndo iseases.. & g? Wilson & Il.ay'mt' .IO 'e !\ Son. !! ha.r .
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NO. 43. .

, C CURRENT[ LOCAL ll IRCONICS.o suits same We;as are the last prices receiving of which our new will spring be the LEST I NEWS f / AND D INCIDENTS.[ I have THE received EAGLE their CLOTHING new spring STORE sam: STATE I NEWS[ IUM .

season, notwithstanding for
ples tailoring suits, the most
Brief Mention of What Is Going On In the advances in all materials entering Matters of complete, elaborate, and up to date i
I into the manufacturing of cloth- Interest That Are HappeningAround Bits of Information About Various Events t'
1'. and About Titusville. ever shown in anyplace. Over 1,000
Town. different Occurring at Different Florida Points.
ing.THE patterns and designs for the
Send-your watches for repairs to W. :M. EAGLE CLOTHING STORE. Archdeacon B. F. Brown's trade to select from.
Woodward I, appoint- Make your selections Miss Lena M. Gelatt, daughter'of Col.
Titusville. Work guaranteed. One of the Messrs. Griffing Bro ., ment for Sunday, the 18th inst., will be early, giving them ample J. M. Gelatt, one of the editors and publishers -

If you want the best dental work, go nurserymen, of Jacksonville, was here at :Eau Gallie. I time to secure you a good fit. Each of .the Louisville Commercial, iso

. to Dr. Dodson. Office near courthouse. this week for the purpose of examiningthe The material for the which and every garment fully assured t visiting her friend, Mrs. S. H. Happer- "j
. gymnasium
I fit, and to be made to the measure ..
f Mr. W. M. Brown was called to Jack grounds about the railway station, was mentioned in TIlE STAR last week, taken. sett, at West Palm Beach. They were

! sonville on some business matters Wednesday as this firm has the contract for planting arrived Tuesday. I schoolmates together in Burlington, Iowa, .
! out: citrus fruit trees and shrubs and An error crept into the list of warrants; tie girlhood home of Mrs. Happersett.
'. s returning yesterday. Attorney W. I. Metcalf, of West Palm I issued by the board of county commissioners
flowering plants about the
Mr. Mace to start down the ; passenger station Beach, was attending the ,Oscar H. Payne, the colored postmaster
i expects here well February term as published: in THE STAR last
as as at other
points along
: river with his nicely fitted up houseboat, the route. Some fine trees will of county court here the first of the week. week. No warrant was i issued to J. Mendelfor at Greenland, Fla., is charged with enter-

; the Edna C., sometime next week. be orange Mr. J. D. Crabb $2.40. Mr. Mendel would undoubtedly ing a false claim for cancelled postage
planted here, and )Ir. W. II. )f<:Far- who has been here stamps. It is said the has
There was no regular meeting of the land has taken the contract to protect this week on a visit to his family, expects be glad to receive this amount, but, clear case against him government a
, '. Titusville board of trade Wednesday them from any cold waves with his to return to business in Lake City for the present, the members only receive clerks having checked the cancelled postal: f

action today.Youngs'. mileage, having exhausted their per diem up
. night on account of a quorum of the quick tents.
stamps against
l members not being present.Mr. Bicycle Livery, Hutchinson allowance, which i is only $50 per annum. i
; friends of J. F. Woodwoith
Geo. M. Robbins has been in Jack County Court. avenue, near Indian River hotel. Tandems Mrs. Jos. G. Gerry, of New York, after were many
and single wheels. visiting: her sisters Mrs. Hogan and MisScheffler .., agreeably surprised Saturday when
sonville and Popular prices. ,
Tallahassee for the
past The it
I February term of county court was announced that he had received
W. E. Youngs.Mr. at Artes-ia, left Sunday for t.AugustinE' .
t week attending to important law busi convened Monday, Feb. l:? |ll, with lIon. the appointment of deputy collector of

! ness, returning Wednesday night. D. L. Gaulden, judge presiding; A. A. W. M.: Moody left for Jacksonville j Miss Schefller accompanying customs for Miami. A special agent of
her: as far as the Ancient: city for few
; a I
M. Stewart, clerk; J. ? Brown, sheriff, and T'uesday afternoon where his father resides the United States: Treasury department
of Alabama
._ Major Taylor, who days of sight seeing. Mrs. Gerry: was
M. and where he will make his home
Goldsmith viiited Miami last
week and the
attorney. appointment -
has been in town several locate
Ii days, may for the quite charmeil with Florida climate. She
The criminal docket present. followed.A .
sounded and
r in this section as he find the climate was may visit St. Louis ere she returns home.
very beneficial to his health. the following rases disposed of: We are requested to announce that the Miss\ Schefller returned here yesterday few days ago Mr. E. W. Amsden, of
State Wm. Mackenzie Titusville Home Minstrels will r
charged an
Mr. T. Roy Puckett, editor and pub- with selling liquor without license. John ntertainment at the opera house Friday afternoon, having spent four days most Ormond, shipped to Ed R. Sizer, chief

lisher of the Cocoa and Rockledge News, Adkins and R. Herndon appeared as witnesses vening, March 2nd.W. pleasantly in the Ancient city. clerk of the custom house, Havana, Cuba,
of beautiful
spent a part of Monday and Tuesday for a coop. ,. white Plymouth Rock
J. D.
state Crabb -
; appearedfor M. and C. G. Featherly: former low Is. Tile following
with relatives and friends in town. defendant. Smith anti Gorton. inscription was on
L Jury returned a verdict iwners and editors of the Miami Me- the coop: "11'e are seven beautiful white

r Mr. R. W. Joyner is very proud of the of not guilty. ropolis, have bought the Harriman Advance These two entertainers played to fair- I Plymouth Hocks bound for Cuba. Don't.

i. new Orient bicycle which arrived for him Another case against Mackenzie for the of Harriman, Tenn. s izod houses both Wednesday and last forget to water us and give us our:lunch."

Saturday. The Orient is by far the favor- same charge, also two cases against J. D. 1 nights i: with a 51 house Wednesday
Messrs. B. B. Pyles and R. W. Joyner A ten days' trip taken back in the
ite with our fastest riders this Crabb, charged with selling liquor with-1 and a $43 last night.
year. out license, were nolle pressed on mo- went to Daytona Saturday. There they Their impersonations are of the high-: glades west of :Miami by Lieut. C. E.
We have received through the in- attended Gorton's minstrels that YorgterVesulted in his
tion of the night, getting a chanceto
pros cuting alt" :lf r. A. D. est order, both being artists in this line, I.
.< structtens of Senator Mallory, from Penney attorney for defendants. ; returning home Sunday afternoon. while the sand drawings by Mr. Smithre shoot and kill six alligators, the largest

Washington a wall map of the United State vs. Rebecca Mosely, charged County Commissioner Jos. Mendel, of both novel and marvelous, so quickly being: eleven feet in length. In all the

States, for which courtesy we return with trespass. The court instructed the LaGrange, has been in very feeble health and! deftly are they produced upon the trip they only found one rattlesnake,

thanks. jury to bring in a verdict of not guilty as si nee the first of last week, but is now canvas and so realistic to the eye. which he killed, and found to be five .

Services in the Presbyterian church the state }had failed to make a case. improving we are pleased to state. It matters not whether they impersonate feet nine inches long, but had only five ,

{ Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., preachingat 1 There was also a case against Rebecca Mppsr B. I{. Wilson & Son will ship celebrities or indulge in comedietta rattles and a button. ,

11 a. m., song and praise service at :Mosely for larceny which was tried, and their soda fountain to Key West, whereit hey are equally at home in the different In the United States court at Jacksonville r

b' 7:15 p. m. Subject: "The Gospel of! verdict returned not guilty. F. J. Webb, has been disposed of, and will replaceit roles.We i; last Saturday in the case of EugeneT.

Health." attorney for defendant. with a brand new one of special design. understand that they gave quite a Wilson, receiver, against the Indian i

Mr. C. W. Bolton, of Malabar, paid his Doctor Bryant, of Boston, one of the large percentage of their receipts here for River State bank, an order was...entered, .
Two Girls Him Away. the benefit of the upon argument made the day before, sustaining -,
Presbyterian church
first visit to the county seat in three l eading members of the Canaveral club, ,
.years last Friday and Saturday, not for- Ida Revels and Alice Futch, who live was an arrival in town Saturday foras-tay which will he used in strengthening: the the demurrer) to the fourth and

getting to give TIlE STAB office a call with Ida's father, Brock Revels, on Main at the club's[ headquarters for a few weeks. foundation for the }proposed gymnasium seventh pleas, and overruling: the sameas ,.
to all the others In this
while here. street, disappeared some time Monday in one of the rooms in this building. same ease _
The annual report of State ComptrollerW. the defendant: presented his motion for
night Prof. Laflin
; i ;,: Mr. R. E. Rose, of Kissimmee, the best night other very occupants quietly, not of the even house.awakeningthe The II. Reynolds for the fiscal year of .xliiliitionof swinging of Indian gave chilis an, }leave to file an additional plea, and set

posted man in the south regarding cane next morning the unexpected l.SOU has just been received at this office, in which he i8 i quite 'prof!l'il'nt. Last February 27th for arguing the same.
culture and the making of syrup and departurewas which contains considerable interestingand
night the Indian River band
noted and search for them helped
was made: i We are offering the celebrated"Howard"
from here
sugar: cane, stopped over night valuable information. .
along with a few of their selections -
They proceeded southward s :
presumably hat in allshadesat
last $2.50. ,
Friday on his fl'omIiaml to his l
home. afoot, as it was ascertained Wednesdaythat The Kissimmee Valley-Gazette says: Ruth Woodward and Matter\ !: Karl This is a world-renowned article, selling -

they were seen south of Rockledge} There is a strong, hearty: boisterous bull- Schuyler gave a cornet duo selection, everywhere at $3.00. Get your

Mr. W. C. Sneden and wife, of Wave- late Tuesday. It is a matter of conjecture collie pup careering round Broadway which was heartily encored. size before our stock is exhausted. y.

p. land, prominent residents of that section, what led: them to stray away, and that ;goes by the name of Judge Jones. Everyone is well pleased: with the RHODES, the Clothier. v

where Mr. Sneden has invested conMd- here they are bound, but it is surmised pup. It is a present to the judge from Smith-t orton combination, and will be

erably, spent a portion of Friday and Saturday that they are en route to Fort IJierre. Walter Bass and Mann Bass, and is to be glad to see them here again. Their next A Peculiar Fish.

1- last in town. The father will probably locate his daughter shipped to Titusville. date is at Sanford tonight. Mr. .\. R. Glad win, one of the most '

Bishop W. C. Gray was a passenger on within a day or so. Both of the girls It is intended that the newly-made successful fishermen who spends the winters -

the southbound train :Friday'last en routeto are about 16 years old. Alice Futch formerly road along; the river bank from this placeto Case of Senator Quay.The here on the! eat coast, and who lately ; '

Miami on his annual visit to the Episcopal resided at City Point, and is the Pritl'hml'slsall be shelled right away, I left Titusville and went to Miami,
of :
t' churches along the east coast. His daughter of the :Mrs. Futch who died but, a* will be seen in another column, Senator Quaysay they caught a peculiar fish: last Saturday, and i.-,

appointment at Titusville will be on the there a few months ago from the bite of cars cannot be had to transport the shell fully expect to be able to get consideration among all the wise ones in fish: lore in '
of the resolution in his
lth:; day of March. a rattlesnake. Brock Revels claims that I before two months hence. behalf immediately tiiis section:; none had ever seen anything
Alice is the instigator of his after the financial bill i is dis- like it. The fish
daughterrunning : was about three
', Mrs. W. Mussenden, of Bath, Me., Contractor Decker was at work the bused| of this week sometime, but there t
away from lout feet in length covered with clear
., arrived Sunday afternoon on a visit to early part of the week putting a new j unquestionably a disposition on thepart ,
scale from the of its
A her aged: mother, Mrs. McLellan, and her shingle roof on :Mrs1. lJei?l1er'8 boauling of some of the )Republican senators tip nose. to its tail.
"STANDARD GRAND" A wide sail-like tin adorned
.w: !:;i t'r11'8.. M. P. Robbins. Mrs Mus.senden ROTARY. house on the south side of the gable. The to crowd the matter over and take its back

has spent portions of several win The only Drop Head Sewing Machine I j ,rain came on Tuesday' while the work either the Porto Ru-an or the Hawaiian up from head to tail. From its mouth projeded -
that raises, lowers and fastensthe two long; hooked fut},", Its body 1
ter seasons here, and has mode many head in position I was beingdone, wetting the interior of bill, the chaiucs between thl'stwo! being
without touching little Jlattend and
was a not more thantl1I'l'C
friends who welcome her arrivals it. Strictly automatb. the building con: hl'rably. I favorably to the Porto Rican measure l
I' = ____ ___ inches in diameter in the thickest
Judge Jones has been at his Klondike For sale by J. R. WALKER. I The launch: Nemo, Cnpt 1 E. :M. Good; place.A .

plantation this week, superintending corn all and Mr. J. M. Leavitt, stopped h'reIowlav I Joel} W. Swain. fish: answering this same description,

planting lIe relaxes his nerves from Municipal' Court. ) on their way northbound from I The news reached heif tie! latter partof with the exception of the hooked fang,

knotty legal questions by giving his attention Jupiter to take aboard Messrs. J. W. fisherman of
last! week of the death of JoelV.. wa caught by a Titusville,
for a few days to agriculture, i in week Mayor Penney for violation held! two courts this I Ler'itt and X. II. l\v%; two of their party Swain, one of the oldest residents of West a few years ago in his net while! fishing ... .
wInch he is well posted and take deep one of th" bicycle who arrived from a visit to Palmon No
f ordinance for Brevaid, who lived at Foil Dru 111. 11(' on Mosquito lagoon. one here hadever <
interest. He returned home Wednesday. riding; upon the sidewalks, 1leIl'11 traint that afternoon. anything like it but .'....
-d seen these
another for tij! ating. A nominal, fine I ha.llatly purd is\- a general merchan- ,

Mrs. R. 11. Baxter, of Bath, Maine, with costs was only imi OH'd, iu these )It.. C. K. Saunders, wife and two )1J1':, j I dise More at Womlley, formerly owned feaks, probably of the !gar family, are

nee Miss Katie Mnssenden, arrived two cases: It may be said here that ,.of Rutland, Vermont, who, it will bvu'- by Mr. /. Lavender, winch is managedby occasionally met up with. '...

Wednesday for *a visit with her aunt, complaint concerning the lax enforcement | membered, weie visitors here last: winter a :\11'. lIarri111' will lung: be lememlHreil There was one of about the same description -

Mrs. M. P. Robbins. Mr!?. Baxter i is expecting of the bicycle ordinance has led to with )Ir. Cha Weed, also of Rutland 1, by the ol.l-time resident of caught; nerfort l'iCl'l'Cfew

the arrival of a friend in a few the marshal's enforcing; the ordinance to l have been spending about a month i ituw in this H'l'tlon, a* he was a rninuiK'iit nvn u-arssince. \

days, when they will visit Palm Beach the letter, and all riders who break any i n. Yesterday they chartered Capt.Cook's ,. in both religion1' and {jM)\lift,aI circles here i New stock--and--- in

and Miami and many other points of interest of the provisions of the ordinance will lie sloop, the Golden Rule, and leftfor j I I! some twentyeii=-, .__ '>- air._>.__ __ and Laces. Come styles and see Embroidery them.-
in the state. arrested. The hours for fast riding are a down the river. t j j When ordering groceries for all J. R. WALKER.

The services of our Indian River band only from Il( to S a. 111.t, to 0 j p. m. and 1 Everyone in this section is very much : staples; send to \V. J. Crayford, Titus- -- --- a.
after !it I pleased: that the coldvae ville Fla. We Wreck Located.
are wanted by the people of Ki .- p. m.IHcycle predicted of can. please you ,
last week' did -- ----
----- :: not materialize. The !
simple at the meeting of the Stockmen warm Under date of January 12, WOO, the
..\("ritleut.Little weather we have been having; for thej, I The Proposed} Cai'al. .
association, which is to be held in that I 1'. S. weather bureau observer at Jupiter .
t place on :March 7th. Thus it is very apparent Frank PeCoursey received a ba,1 I past few days ha; Marled everything t:oi I Mr. P. ( ;. Ambler, chairman of the Fla., report that a broken mast, r'
I ;growing: and a light! freeze now would d' !
that the music of our band furnished ; fright and a black: eye by being struck by \l much! more harm; than 'Ojri\eiiind I I lull bor committee of the Jack showing: about t Sanford recently was quite an a rather !' '\'(' somillf': board of trade, ha. received northward i
at Wjatt Brown while the latter was riding: I j i! free/e would have done a month a slanting; probably part} of a
advertisement for them. his bicycle :Monday afternoon on Washington 1 ario. i, communication from the engineering; ; k- sunken wreck, lies about 2 miles from thee

Rev. J. Mickler: pastor of the Methodist avenue. Brown was going: pretty |I Capt.( (;l'O. ,1. Morcior, of Cocoa, and''! paitment, at Washington, relative to tit beach, I;>E. of.Jl1pitel'light, and in the "**.. S

churches at this place and Cocoa, fast, but, noticing that the boy was back- j i i :Mr. I D. luaus, of Savannah, have been i! plowed canal from t the St. Johns to the track of touUiboimd steamers.
; pending the time in town since last Fr i-j i Indian river. stated l that the \'-
received a telegram at Cocoa Sunday announcing ing right in front of his bicycle, !'tnppl'dhis : approal ------
the death of his father at Wei- wheel by throwinghis foot on the I Illay. Capt. :Mercier wa awaiting the : of the war depai tint nt would be neceeLT For thoroughbred poultry and poultry I
front tire as a brake. .\ broken handlebar arrival of his daughter: Edith, and :, s.ary before the canal can be const:: i tided.1 supplies of all kinds write E. W.
he left in the best of
horn ''
born, Fla., month He proceeded and bent pedal was the damage to'+'j grandmother, Jt'::. 1 1<\won, from \' 11No action can In- taken toward the ronstrnctioll Amsden, Ormond,Fla. J
health about -- --
a ago.
;i i nah. He joined them on yesterday's af- : of the c:1:1alnntil: it i N approved 1
at once to his home on the :>:3; trainfrom the bicycle. Frank was struck in the t'yeby ; MUST l ESOLIM i< \ ;.
j ternoon train for COl'oa.Ir.. Klaus the In ..
Brown's elbow. i /goes by war department. constructingts I
this place that same afternoon. j i from here to St. Augustine, then visitI :: i' thi1- canal people in the section of Lake My stock lumber and buildiibe, Fla.'heterul '-I '
l will be sold x t\
of Fort Pierce who Palm Beach. !''Washington will be benefiteder at neatly rt
:, Mr. W. S. Pitts, Shell Shipments Delayed. I greatly prices in order to prepare) for the 01"n.- f
arrived in town Monday on his way I to I :Miss Addie Wood of Stuart, aft '' and relieved from overflow now suffered of Ill) big yard in Palatka. SentEn at t r,

New Smyrna and Daytona, brought to I regret to announce to the people of| spending nearly a year in New York, by them, beside advantage rendered to e vour orders. ExceptrG. -

our office a pair of mounted'Texas steer'shorns Brevard that owing to the scarcity of cars most of which time was passed in the I .: commerce in the ('ntire'ction: reclaiming r.I.' }J.\l> >iso.\o2, p. Ilt. '

which measured forty inches from> .I and the present heavy traffic on the >northern:, part of that state, was an arri- thousands of acres of file best sere Eau Gallie, > Ji., '

tip to tip, of perfect symmetrical form. ida East Coast railway it will he impossible j val over the Sanford division Saturday, I I able and sugar lands iie to 'tate., \OTICE (lector,.",... II

These he proposes to rattle probably atone for said road to deliver shell for en route to her home. The northern I! ------ \ fle I

of the above mentioned places. He the public road before :\Iay.J. I climate seem to have done a great deal I: Boat an1 '<;n F. p\\ The city tax books are now open af 'A-: 1/1 I I

to lecture at O. FIUES Fit workuughbred' Fau r. \ ''is h court house every dav.: Sunday ear to ;. f ,J
has made an appointment for Miss Addie' health, and she '
comesback boat sails of all .rJrompl.
a_ ues from !11 I to 11 a. m.a. Pifrom 1 to )
Daytona on Washington's birthday' Supt. Public Roads. wonderfully improved, and glad to ; len, Ormor. ftte. .JoxU{, --....
which he hopes to carry out. Titusville, Fla., Feb. 14th, 1900. be at home again.) e. / "' \",
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