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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: storage establishment In Southampton, were an. old saber scabbard, a pair of "

iI1FRuhT: m 'I W In this country: He has recently pistol pockets and a hatchet of early' Hotel Indian River ,

declared that ,
Americans receive the colonial days. These things are all

-_ lowest prices when their apples are said to be over..200 years old and Mr. ROCKLEDGE, FLA. : .
J SAP( sold in England. Shippers In Tasma- Halleran acquired them before any '.; .
Steam Heat Electric
nia send apples In 56-ponnd boxes and body else had a chance. .
THE } Lights, Elevator. Or- :
Yd.X MINING. sometimes get 15 shillings a box, The ancient Quaker meeting house chestra, Everything .

it whereas American apples fetch only erected in 1695 originally belonged to First Class.CUISINE . .

.P:': Plenty, -of 'Land. Adapted to. Fruit from .11 to about 14 'shillings per the Bowne family, from whom Mr. THE FINEST

f.'; Railing, With Climatic Condition barrel The Tasmanian saves 20 per Halleran. obtained what is supposed to -

Favorable to Superior Quality. cent in freight charges. The American be the finest pieces of colonial furni- $3 per day and upwards. ;

Points About Marketing. barrels, make ,cold storage, difficult ture In America. A pair:of very 'rare Special weekly rates.

[Special Correspondence.] Then, too, Tasmanian shippers packso Chippendale sofas, made of solid Santo

DEXTEB, ,Feb. 19.-No one can over- that the air can circulate freely. Domingo mahogany, were obtained : S. IHOSKEY.:

estimate the wealth of Colorado. The Attention to these and other details from the Wyckoff estate. The backs .

:. z state possesses rich mines,'high mountains will mean higher prices and hence are exquisitely carved in the bowknot _

grand scenery and a host of nat- bigger profits. ;DONALD' DUNc..L'-. and festoon patterns interspersed with Boating, Fishing: Hunting, Drives, Bicycling
'-' ural wonders. Millions of dollars have similar designs on the arms, while the the attractions. PLENTY OF ORANGES.

been, taken out of the ground In.the B. R. Wilson & Son guarantee every bot- legs are finely carved and fluted. among

a shape of metals, and because of' this tle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and The collection of antiquities, which

people are apt to forget Colorado's oth not will satisfied refund the after money using to two-thirds any one who of the is began as a fad. has become a science. Every Home, School and Office should ownWebster's

er sources of The successful collector must love his
revenue. contents. This is the best remedy in the International
Some years ago the farmers of Colo- world for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup work and be possessed of much knowl- "WEBSTER'SKTERNSTKKAL Dictionary

; -r: rado made a great discovery. They and whooping cough and is pleasant and edge of art and history. Few people of ENGLISH, Biography, Geography, Fiction, eta -

asked themselves why they could not safe to take. It prevents any tendencyof have either the time or talent to excel DICTIQNAI ( STANDARD AUTHORITY of the U. S.'Supreme Court,all the Etate Supreme
y raise fruits and garden vegetables. a cold to result in pneumonia. and are content to accept the judg- Courts, tie U. Government Priming Cuce.aaJ ct nearly all tic bthoolbooks.
Warmly commended by Stele Superintendents c f Schools, College Presidents, and
Climatic conditions and the soil seem- ment and authority of people like the other Educators almost without number.WEBSTER'S .

ed complete for the successful cultivation eccentric and antique Mr. Halleran.

of such products. Some entered HALLERANTREASURES N RARE, JAMES BRADFORD. v/ithr.V: 'tt !e Glossary of

timidly upon the experiment but the COLLEGIATE DICTIONARY Scotch Words aid PfaJg

results have amply confirmed their Dow a Famous Collector Ransacked Historic A Frightful Blunder A new book,the largest cf t"i= abridgments cf ths International !t hs s r'rable: vocab-l COLLEGIATE j
t judgment. Long Island For Relics. Will often cause a horrible burn, scald, Wary,complete de inition.,sr.J adequate etymologies.. Has ovc-!::;o j-jcb cnJ is richly VDICTIONBWj
Illustrated. Its appendix u a storehouse ci valuable information. -
The greater part of Colorado consistsof cut or bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, .- --- -

high land at least 3,000 feet above [Special Correspondence.] the best in the world, will kill the pain ,;cc'mca pasce. C'.:., <./L-oJJi JJOUT.S scst c,::uppiuatknt .
FLUSHING, X. Y., Feb. 20.-There is a and promptly heal it. Cures old sores,
sea level. The rainfall is sufficient In G. & C MERRIAM CO. Publishers Springfield Mass U. S. A.
peculiar fitness of things in the fact fever sores, ulcers, boils felons, corns, all ,
many places, and everything Is favorable
that this historic town was for over skin eruptions. Best pile cure on earth.

to the success of agricultural pur half a century the home of a leading Onlv 25 cents a box. Cure guaranteed.B. .

suits. In the mountain valleys the soil collector of antiques. John J. Ilaller- R. Wilson & Son, dru gi! ts. 1 Agency -

Is very rich, and no irrigation is re
an whose recent death removes one
quired. In other parts the rainfall is of Long Island's landniarks, was n St. Louis has a Tobacco Workers' union AD1erio'Us

not well distributed, and the assistanceof man who never missed anything. In that is composed entirely of colored men.

z Irrigation is necessary. early life he read all the books hi'

At the present time the value of Col- could find on antiquities and so'..! Sick headache Monumental Marble Works

orado's fruit and vegetable production made a business of what was at fir.ta Is the bane of women. What is wantedis

exceeds $6,000,000 a year. The applesof hobby.He not relief, alone, but relief and cure.

this state have no superior and are ransacked the old mansions for Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspepticide will cure AMEEICUS, GA.
all sick headache for all time. It makes the
shipped to parts of the country as
which this section is noted, buying All kinds ')f Monuments .all kinds of Granite '
stomach right. B. K. Wilson & Son. ,
as exported to England and the
such curiosities as he could, and for
I and Marble and All work
: continent. Some of the finest melons Cemetery Fencing.

; In the world are grown here. The over sale 35 when years he he could never missed a public Stranger (in Kentucky fend belt): Have done in person in a satisfactory manner. Correspondence

all possibly secure you lived long in this section? Native: No, solicited. Represented by '
; sweet cherries peaches, plums and .
anything made valuable by the hand
eah. I am a gentleman, fahnd! it is
. varieties of berries raised In Colorado
of time. His business until the
t grew : impossible for a gentleman to long in this
.; c. E. EOO S.
+ are unequaled. Halleran storehouse became the Meccaof section, sah-Chicago! Times-Herald.
; A'group of us talking about the
dealers and collectors. His
private 105: Hanover St., Jacksonvil1.e F1.a.
fruit outlook In Colorado when a stran- in the t
Judgment regard to thenticity Size doesn't indicate quality. Bewareof
remarked: "A friend of mine in --- ----------- .--- -- ------ -
ger of antiques seemed to be almost Infallible counterfeit and worthless salve offered

Delta is making a success of apple and was accepted without question.He for DeWitt's.11 infallible cure for piles

growing. His name is R. J. Coffey, book record of and all skin diseases. P. 11 Wils-on & Son.
never kept a : or a Send Job to The Star Office.
and he has been in the business for a any kind, depending wholly upon his your Printing '

' number of years. In the autumn of memory for the history and value of The United Mine Workers of Alabama

1895 he went east with a display of every article in his collection. The have declared open war on the Knightsof .

fruit and showed his specimens to magnitude of his, business may be Labor. We give you Dp-to Date Printing at lowest prices.
dealers in New York Boston and other
realized from the fact that at the time An Editor's Life Sated l>y Chamberlain's

cities. The next year my friend got a of his death his collection, including Cough Iteinetly. -. ----- ---- _ _____
great many orders for fruit from east- prints and bits of virtu
represented REAI READ UK.ID IHyler's
October )
During the early part of 1896,
ern parties. At another time the Ar-
nearly pieces.Mr. I contracted a bad cold which settled on
mour people ordered a carload of ap- Ilalleran was anything but sys- my lungs and was neglected until I feared

ples as an experiment. Later they or- tematic, and in packing away his an- that consumption had appeared in an incipient Dyspepsia Tablets.

dered such quantities that their demands cient treasures he exhibited no definite state. I was constantly:: coughingand

could not be satisfied. It is no Idea except to get as much as possibleInto trying to expel something which I

wonder that my friend Is enthusiasticover the available space. Several barns could not. I became alarmed and after WHIT ins i.Kv DOM FOR OTHERS

the prospect. had been packed full and boarded up. giving the local doctor a trial boujzht a CM\ III]: DOM FOR YOU.

There are over 4,500,000 acres of agricultural Many of the most valuable articles bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedyand .
land In Colorado. All of the the result wa immediate improve i head Mr. Cox's letter below; only one of thousands we Lave on file in our office:
secured Mr. in the
were by ment, and after I had ps-ed three bottles llurdock Cure Co., Atlanta,Ga.
soil is by no means occupied, and small
course of his drives about Long Island
tracts can be purchased at low prices. my lungs were restore to their healthy Gentlemen is with diffidence that I write you, for I am not one who likes to find his
and perseverance rather than price htate.-1>. S. Edward, publisher of The name in print, but I feel that in this it is my duty to those who suffer and my gratitude to
Living is about the same here as else- often gained for him the possession of ReviewW'vant, 111. For sale by B. RWilton you to write yon what Hyler's Dyspepsia Tablets have done for me. Six months ago I gave

things most coveted. k Son. up all hope of e\erbuug well again. I buffered horribly from my stomach all the time; at

Flushing people say that Mr. Haller- times hardly able to get my breath. Had tried many pbyl'ians-some said dyspepsia, others
1 heart trouble, others still catarrh of stomach-all dosed me but none gave relief. I don't
an had another peculiar trait which know how many advertised mulicines I took, but still no relief. A friend advised Hyler's
often caused his friends much embarrassment Bears the _/ The Kind Yea Halo Always Bought Dyspepsia Tablets. Without hope I got them and began taking. To my surprise they gave

C- and the lots of a good sale to Signature immediate relief, and after n ting three boxes, I am now cured and feel better than I havein
years. Enclosed find $2.00, for which send me two boxes; want one of them for my sister
himself. lie would attend a cf .
never cus- and the other, while I now don't need them I will always keep them in my house.
tomer who wished to purchase unlesshe Yours gratefully, 15. F. COX.

felt in the humor. It is related of Now the Cards Are Out. HYLER'S DVS1'EPSL'LBLETS are especialk: prepared for Dyspepsia) In-

him that he was once visited by some She-Sir! How dare you kiss me? digestion, Catarrh of Stomach, Constipation, Sick Headache and all diseases' arising

people of wealthho had come from He-"Out of sight, out of mind." you from a DisorderedStoniaeh i or Liver

Buffalo to see his collection. know. Hyler's Dyspepsia Tablets are put in boxes containing 30 days' treat-

When the message was brought to She-What d.) you mean, sir?
ment. Price, $1.00 per box. mailed to any addresson
him he answered impatiently: "Tell He-Well, I mean you're out of sight of
receipt price.
them to come some other time. I am and it just made me crazy with love to

in no humor to talk today." look at you.-Philadelphia Press.VOMANS MlltDOCK CTRE CO., iflnnfn, f.'u.

They were extremely disappointed at -

c their nonsuccess' and sent back word I bare used Rlpem Tabules with 10 much iatl- I bars been a great sufferer from co&Et'fatio
3' \ 1 faction that I caa cheerioJ/ recommend ten I foro\erfl e ye -s. N> gate me any reileu
that they had "come all the way from Have been troubled fur about tnree )cars with !:y I,. : a .1 43 end abdomen were bloated (0
Buffalo just to see his curios. what I called bllloas attacks cumin on regularly I I couM not weal shoes on my feet ai.J only a lOON
once a week. Was told by diiterrnt pjjsiLiac.i drev I <-i.v .c. Tabules Jre.iard In our
"All the way from Buffalo? he ask- that It was caused ly bail teeth, of which I bad dally paper, Mu.ct ome and took them as direct
ed hesitatingly. N several I bad the teeth extracted, but the ated.. Ha"tat i>n their anniit three weeks and toer
tack continued. I had seen advertisements of It such a ch..i: aa not rou-tipat- any more
"Well-Wl.1I-1 guess I will have to JUpaus Tabules in all the papers but ImJ no faith and low.' it a.i tj Kipans Ta',.:ies. lam thirty- .
see the.ii this time. and he proHl1'JORX a ID them but about elz weeks since a friend induced seven ) o.a, Cave no occupation, oily my t
me to try them. Cave taken but two of the lioubehoM dutks aud nursing my sick husband
COLORADO IRRIGATION SCENE small 5 cent boxes of the Tabulei and bare bad lie has had t!'e lrc['ey and I am trying Klpaal
no recurrence of the attacts. Have new given a Tabules fur him. He feel some better but It will
where. A few figures are presented .t testimonial for anything before, but the gnat take some time he has been elck so long. Tot
showing what has been accomplished: amount of Rood whch I believe has been done me may use my letter and name as you I'.ke.ilrj. .
by &:-,)&r.3 Tabules inducts me to add mine to the rET OORJIAX CLJLBXI
A'. R. Bruce of Paouia set out an apple _
many testimonials you doubtless have In your
orchard of about2J 2, acres. lie clears J(4 \ .. ii possesfcioa now. A.T. DsWrrr. I have been s'surerin from headachei ever ..
about $1,000 per year from this small since I was a Ift:>e girl could never ride in a
'L 7F car go
plot. One of his neighbors. W. T. Hawley ) e iD I want words to Inform of highest yon, kt4 t? !,,aat k'+, +*" place without getting a

has live acres planted with peaches. ,, otc' ::f' headache and" sick at myrtoinac
i1'it' i i '!I.I bout
The trees are about seven years RIPansTabalelIama..1 I R'I.P.A'N'S :a R''iani! Tai.i.i.j l\lIQal\ .
old, and Mr. Hawley clears over $:2- 1.7a'i l'f'. Ii nurse r.&1 '".' a :r.. cf '. ,''ia who was
of u' taking them for catarrh
In this profession a clear : I"
from his investment.In
000 annually oI I l of the stomach. She had
bead is atw..}!! Iit'I'dt'.L UJ i' :
Bellevue man is meeting withsuc'e f A found such relief from
one pit'ans Tabules does it. I i I'
The modern stand- ''' thrr! -so sheaclviged mtofikp
'herries.n acre, .A.fterlllle of my caesl tl ,
s at raising ( oJ th n. aid I
i :
containing 50 trees last season yielded rundown Actnj'nnbe "q 1 UCM< and liedlast; '.' oo.olnc.
-e Family October and wm
$250; profits. In the same vicinity two MEDICAL ADVISER) advice. Ph.of O,Mr 5S 4 Gro Newark lioww. of(: .. I I," say they have'yCIt.II.t -

acres of raspberries yielded $WO. One +: : Cures the ,.jo ly cured my beneacwe

man raised o.OOO bushels of apples on Bi i I II Medical advice can only be given ba Klpans results.Tahules with 4 ot;: tI) rsxcr's: ?:.j I') ,.a-n J. You twentr we welcome

five acres of ground.The medical mvi or \\oman; one educated grand UUi liters WIIDMAS. f.J I common every-cay t rio to use this testimonial.Mri .
and trained in the profession of medicine > I J.BROOKHTE*
had conversation 1 4i 1 :
writer recently a
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1 l ; : ; ill of I
:1 humanity.rnf
with a gentleman engaged In rais- IT IS USELESS TO WRITE with Bother was troubled<::1 (Qgj I .. -

ing prunes. TO WOMAN lleplfssre a, caused by :I Taxes |* My sflT.a.yearoldboy tI .
"We import,'' said he, "over 1)0.000- lisestloa., for a rood oe !S !i, sobered with pains iahU
; I Z >
One I head
and many; eari. day constipation
000 pounds of prunes each year or man for medical advice unless such '
ihe aw a testimonial: t 0 Aq end r" -nplalne1 f'f his
in return send abroad over $3,000.000 are trained and qualified medical practi- in the paper indorsing ,- &J\. :ti a...nach. Hd could wt
In payment for the same. I believe we II; II 1 ; tioners. Offers of medical advice are Rip a III Tabules. She otc 1 IURiC'i'p i eat like children of hisdeterminedtogicethem
IM I o.o do and what he
+, L l I' made by those who .. .
can raise a large part of this supply cannot giehal a trial was greatly r<'j- .""" .. .'A aid eat dId not agrelI
..+4iti' gw. ,:)y.; 4
right here in Colorado. American they offer, because they lack the med relieved bT their use M9..Y'i. with him. Hewuthla
ical training and professional qualifica- and now takes the and cf laHron color. .. w.
prunes are larger and finer appearingthan tions of physicians. You will TaUules regularly. Skekeepa a few cartons Rlpani Reading some of the testimonials In favor of.rite E. w.I .
the imported fruit. Laud suitablefor not tnis-t: Tabules la the house and cays she will not be with. p"l'aus Tatulea, I tried them Ran: Tabuli r \
your property to the care of irresponsible I out them. The heartburn and sleeplessness have only rt.'ile\'l'J but actually cured tuy younger
raising prunes can be purchasedIn people. Will you trust your health3 I disappeared with the indigestion which was the head..c: ea hive disappeared boweLs are ,
this state for from $25; to $7;) per Inquiry will show that no offer made by I formerly so great burden fur Ler. Our wiiole good c.'li.lit.OD.nd Le never complains. of hli w '
family take t.e Tabules retrularly especially after stomach. He Is now a r"d. chubby f iced boy. TaU i
acre. We can raise in Colorado as any advertising physician can compare I a hearty meJ. My mother is fifty yean of ace wnn.ier'fr.1 cnau.e I ft'trlbute \j Ulpani Tabular pen at the
many pounds to the acre as any placein with that of Dr. R. V. Pierce chief consulting I and is enjoying the bt'stof balth and spirits; also Iam.ati.fledthattheywillbenefltanyonafromyexcepted: ;
J. HALLKHAK. physician to the Imalids Hotel sate hearty meals, aa Impossibility bet re she the cradle to old; age) t en according to dlrto- to *>
the If there Is no market
country. Eo W' .
B.BLAUKU. tlon Farc
most entertaining !host to the grateful and t>llr,cal Institute Buffalo :N. Y. took Rlpana Tabales. ASTOS 1 ;, JR.,
for ripe we can evaporate our
besides making several goodsales. Sick women can consult Dr. Pierce bv Collector.
fruit and be certain of a good pr'oe.
letter free. All letter are read and answered A new style packet containing! I iT : ? HsnJM packed In a paper carton(without gl* )U now for Mk
The secret of money making it the workmen tore down the old in strictest confidence. If you are I .I tome drag ItOrea-loa rrv t III.I '-"'..ned >-rt u us:n-rd fir thr p"'Jr and the nom1c&l. OM( and gOO
t fruit business Is in the marketing. When suffering from disease of the womanly f Loam of th* fire-cent QItrfo,4"e the advan bad by mal oy searing forlv-tfeht cents So the EzrAXI at afrieno'
and in Snediker mansion, which stood on the write CHSMCAtCOXPAST.Ko.: , Here is a hint for Colorado organs to I HAPP1"
fact all shippers of apples. A. S. site of Cyprus Hills cemetery, they I szsssmr ( EOP.IE F.. firs'issryr( ""' your n. .,
discovered a secret closet in which DR. R. Y. PIERCE! BUFFALO, N. Y. ..'&ley & Moth.r .
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-. =.8 .. ,THE'FLORIDA, STAR : FRIDAY. ,.'FEBRUARY, 23 t Qt4. .,';
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: BUSINESS I DIRECTORY.' were registered the Jarvis House this MELBOURNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ; :


: year business with the Oldest State Bank in, All the northbound trains were delayed 000. J. H. Phillips, president: E. P. Branch, : :
? ': ; _revard county Solid and conservative. several hours Wednesday by,wreck- on cashier The only bank on the lower river IS-YOUR --.....

,.' W. L. HUGHLETT M. ,D. L.T. DANIEL,' the, road, near. West. Jupiter a broken,rail and the.pineapple region of Brevard county.
D. :
L>. S.' Offices over The. Indian River causing two sleepers and one parlor car EAU.OALLIE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. & GRAHAM -
: Drug Co 8 stores,the leading Drug establish- .
;: ., ment of the Indian river country to j jump the track. There were seventeen HODGSON BROTHERS.' Dry Goods, Ship --, Y

z: 8.F. passengers aboard, but none were in any Chandlery, and Shelf Hardware, Pipe and HAIR
TRAVIS& CO. are Exclusive Wholesale fittings, Clothing, Paints and Oils Grocer.
way injured, The sleepers were soon put ,
Grocers and do not sell to consumeri. .
They ies. Marine
railway, steamer for charter. LA -rEElS..
::. retail all other goods, carry -large stock, on the track again, but at this, writingthe

;.: ;, and,can meet all competition. parlor car js lying broad side up. FORT PIERCE BUSINESS DIREcrORY.C. .
ill practice in State and United State
;;r : THE TRAFFORD BAKERY.First quality Last Tuesday night, between eight and P. PLATTS- Physician and Surgeon. Courts.bstracts .
Bread, made of high grade flour, sent to any nine o'clock, Lawrence Covar had the Calls to any point on the river promptly TURNINGA

cakes.address;Ice also Cream'every never-failing Saturday.home-made yeast very painful misfortune to get shot, acci- answered. Fo t Pierce. Florida. -

d entally, of course. While up in Mr. C. BAD GALLIE. I Of Title furnished land
; GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable W.. Crabb's room with Mr. C., who was GRAY ? in Brevard and Dade counties.
Store for good, fresh and reliable goods A cool wave from the northwest on
examining a 32 calibre pistol it in some
such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, Saturday and Sunday.
Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. unaccountable,way was discharged, the What does mirror ?
your say
ball hitting Lawrence in one of his an- Archdeacon Brown was the guest of Does it tell you of some little We have a large list of lands owned

JARVIS Pleasant HOUSE-Open location facing all the the river year on round.river cles. Dr. Hughlett was called in and Mr. A. R. Hodgson last Sunday. streaks of gray? 'Are you by ourselves and clients.

i.' front. Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by very soon his skillful fingers had made Mr and Mrs. Squire', of Youngstown, pleased? Do your friends of
the week or month. the wound as comfortable as possible. Ohio the same age stow this loss Prices for Unimproved Lands :
are staying at the Granada for a of also?
r While not being a serious affair, power
very few weeks.
still it is painful and he will be Just remember that gray $3.00 to $100.00 per acre.

lip AND D DOWN I THE f f EBST I COST. necessarily very laid up for some, time. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stickney, of without hair never help becomes while dark darker hair We have a few .

Youngstown, Ohio, have rented one of
I Late Tuesday afternoon while rapidly becomes gray when
Brief Mention of Minor Matters Occurring comingup the Gilbert cottages for the balance of once the change begins.Aper's. Residence, Orange Grove and Pineapple -
,, from Rockledge with a basket of the season. properties in desirable loci
at Our Neighboring Towns clothes, the 12-year old son of Janie Ter- tions. Prices reasonable.
ell had The water in the Eau Gallic river was '
a respectable
negro woman,
< v COCOA. three men jump at him when passing at its lowest point this season on Wednesday --

Mrs. Porcher and children left last Friday through Oleander point. The boy had owing to the high winds from the -OFFICES-

i for Daytona.. some money about him, two silver half southeast. S ,

Mr. S. A. Osteen, of Lotus, was a vis- dollars, one silver dollar and one dollar Some of our young people will take in ; TITOSVTLLE and MIAMI.

itor in town Tuesday. bill. As he was being searched, fortunately the masked ball and cake walk at Educational -

1 Dr. W. L. Hughlett made a round tripto i. some one passed and the three hall, Melbourne, next week. lIillrVi EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.I

Titusville last Thursday. men jumped in the bushes, taking the Xo doubt they will report a good time.
bill with them. The boy made the most G. F DUfiEN, Agent,
The infant
of Mr. and
son Mrs. George
Mr. Eli Walker, Woodley, was among of the opportunity and came running into
Houston was buried in the family lot,
. the visitors in town Tuesday town, where he told the story. A search Eau Gallic
Tuesday at 2 p. m. The -
j )Ir. John Thursby, of Merritt, was in was made, but nothing was found of breaved parents have the sympathy of or Florida -

"1 town for a short time Monday. them. The boy declares the men white.A the whole community.
< Mr. J. G. Ball of Jacksonville circular letter was received in town }
was a Dr. J. P. Booth and wife of
Youngstown -
't J pleasant visitor in town Wednesday.Dr. last week, announcing to the public and Ohio, are settled in cottage Xo. 3 \\Vestern f ff ft!
friends of N. Muller ol will bring back to your hairs
L. A. Peek, of Melbourne, made usa Capt. Anthony of the Gilbert row. Dr. J. P. Booth i the color of It Iea i
few! Iberia La. that he is candidatefor youth. never
visit last Friday. Glad to see you, doc the a an uncle of Dr. C. C. Booth, who has a fails. It is just as sure as ,
Democratic nomination for the home here for the winter. that beet melts snow, or tbat of all ,: I
office of district =
tor.Mr. attorney, subject to the water quenches fire.
Green Coats passed through Cocoa Democratic primaries to be held March The Kathleen carried a party of tourists It cleanses; the scalp also '.

\ TuesdaY' en route to his home in La 6th, 1900, in New Iberia. Capt. Muller from the Hotel Granada for a fishing and prevents the formation of ,x hinds !

Grange.Mr. will be very pleasantly remembered, especially trip Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Young;: dandruff. It feeds and nour- ':"!

Sam Childs left Tuesday to look by the ladies of Cocoa, as he de- Miss Youngs, of New York, and Mrs. ishes the bulbs of the hair .

ivered such an eloquent address when he Halleck Welles were of the party. making them produce a luxu- TitusviHe, Florida.
over his place at Banyan. He returned riant It the .. ..
growth. ---
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presented the large United States flag to The steamer Caiman P. Lorillard's stops
hair from
falling out and gives ....FOE...
the: ladies for the members of Company fine yacht, was in our harbor Mondayand fine
Miss Laura L. Sharp, the popular City a soft finish to the hair
Point teacher, was a very pleasant visitor C. On the same paper the members ol f Tuesday. Mr. Lorillard and party as well. A Shave and a Hair Cat

in town Saturday.The the late company use the following to enjoyed some fishing and shooting whilein We have a book on the Hair and
\'i. show their appreciation for Capt. Muller: town. The ,-esselleft for points northof upon Scalp request.If which. you may obtain free ... GO TO....

.. traps and fixings belonging to the "NEW IBERIA, LA., Dec. G, 1899. here Wednesday. you do not obtain all the benefitsyou
expected from the ue of the ='
Cocoa Gun club have been sold to Mr. -
To the white citizens and Iberia Vigor,write the Doctor about it,
voters of
And Dr. Halleck Welles, mine host of the Canutes'Barber
Walter Hitching, of Sebastian.Mr. Address DR. J. C AYER .
St. Martins Parches; : Granada, is kept busy with his variou Lowell, utall. Shop

T. Roy Puckett left Monday for a We, the undersigned, late members o f] guests. Launch and fishing parties areof ,

business trip to Washington, D. C., wherehe Co. (J., 1st La. .Ite-,'. Infantry, U. S. V., daily occurrence. The genial doctoris None but experienced ,, TITUSVILLE,

will remain for an indefinite time. take this means to testify to the intrinsicwotth i the most popular host the Granada'smanagement -- ---- men employed guaranteed, and "ork-I I FLORIDsatisfactIOn ;\. ,
Mr. D. Mayer, of New Orleans, was in and manly character of Capt. Anthony has ever been under. ent has been secured
and we feel sure J. L. CAKRUTHEBS, Proprietor. ZI
X. Muller. In the late war between
town Monday Tuesday.Ir.. Mayer
The ladies' aid turned in a handsomesum this will he the hest year yet.
is representing Trost Bros., Louisville. our republic and Spain, we served;
as j soldiers under Capt.Iuller's cornaail to the treasurer of St. Johns church Mrs. L. G. Brainanl, of Yalkaria, and George Peeplss,
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Young, of Brook this week by the hands of their treasurer, Miss Clara -- w
Hill of Bellmont)
m and he was ever courageous, kintaniTaflfable Mass., are --
lyn, arrived on Monday's 5 o'clock train, Miss Florence Hodgson. The ladies havea
the of
the Snedeker House.
to each and one of us :guests I IHe Old Gibsonbuilding
then proceeded to Xevins' River Yiew, at splendid work in hand and have done ,nest ,
Merritt.C. never shrinking the most unpleasant t ,'. I:. W. Butler and family are door to Car.ruthers' -Y
this under their F'
season president, barber shop,
duties; impartial, just and conscientious Mrs. Xesbitt. pending a few weeks at Mr. J. HPhillips' 11'a5htngtunAve., TITCVTILLE FLA.
W. Colyer arrived Sunday afternoon in his commands and always solicitous cottage, at East Melbourne.Mr. .
from Brooklyn to spend the remainder ol for our welfare. Whilst in justice to At the entertainment in Treutler's hal Tinsniithing,Roofing Guttering and all kinds
the winter is his usual in aid of St. Johns 'Moore, of Homeland, brought hi? of repair work promptly attended to. ,
as custom, at the Capt. Muller we deem it our duty to recommend church on the 14tl'
wife HIIII: Mips Emma Spangler up in his Work from down the river solicited..........
River View, Merritt.Mr. him, still we find it a source of lust, Dr. IIalleck'ell&, Mr. Noel X.
laur.!., Eicildoune, last Saturday after
Harry Eyer delighted his many great pleasure and our especial privilegeto Mitchell and Mr. H. U. Hodgson; presented
friends l>y his appearance last Monday recommend the candidacy of Capt.. the farce entitled "The Ghost ir

afternoon. Mr. Eyer is now a very successful Anthony N. Muller, as district attorney, P nshop" to a most delighted and enthusiastic i :Mr. and MrT.. :Martin and Miss range TreesGrafted

real estate agent of Rochester, X. to the white citizens and voters of the audience. Lundy, of Atlanta, arrived in town las: o

Y. nineteenth judicial district" This ii The Lizzie, J. E. :M. liudgson'ssharpie, Friday evening; and are the guests o f
signed by the members of the late Hotel] Carleton! and Budded
com carried a of winter --- --------
party our
Mr. Sam O'Brien arrived in town Saturday guests over
pany. I feel sure if Ins nomination for )Ir. C. H. Ilihb8 and .
to old family IlavOpent
afternoon. This is his first visit to ocean Tuesday. Among those onboard e on 4 and 5 year old orange roots. '
Cocoa in some time and his old friends office le&ted with the ladies of Cocoa he were Dr. J. P. Booth, Dr. C. C. several years in town, left Wednesday Grafts | to 1 inch diameter to 6

: were glad to see him. He returned Monday would have an overwhelming majorityof Booth, Mrs. Booth, :Mrs.: Hughes, Mr. for Itockledge: where they will make feet, will branched.

to Daytona. votes and Mrs. E. W. Stickney, Mrs. Can fieh their home for some time. Can supply the foil ,wing varieties:

; Capt. G. J. Mercier and daughter, CITY POINT. and Miss Florence Hodgson. Mee-r- Silsby and Langhran returneelat 'I| RUBY BLOOD

ry Edith, and Mrs. Dawson arrived in town Ernest Abney is visiting friends in The sloop Brooklyn, with Mr. Elilritljt week from an extended cruise down i ;, ST. MICHAELS.SANFORD'S .

,- last! Thursday afternoon, after an absenceof Tropic this week. and son and a party of Brooklyn gentlemen the river. We understand Mr. S. Martin .......J lY'" :

about nine months, spent mostly in on board, was in the Eau Gallic has purchased Mr. :Silsb: ,}'s jacht. I t I MEDITERRANEAN.i .
.\. Borten has been confined to his bed :1 i BOEX GRAPEFRUIT.
Savannah and Charleston.The for several days with the liver harbor Niiuhiy and Monday. Thl'party Mr. Wm. Bi.-hop, of Waukegan.,
was having a jolly time. Tin left Tuesday far hi:< northern home. His Tht J est trees in the state at any price.
raffle craze seems to have struck Those wanting a really fine article should
Cocoa full force. There are now two Weinberg, of Cocoa, was visit sloop was a beautiful sight trimmed withtl:1 many jounz: frit:nd-s regret to have him order at once. ;
wheels "on the draw and last ing friends in town Tuesday afternoon. S from truck to stem and truck to tin> l leave, but flex sure he will] leturn next

Satunlaj J. (1. Dunnam and wife passed throughhere tip of the main boom during her stay winter. Will be prepared for the next sixty
Mr. T. Puckett rallied
night Roy off his ; here. -- days to graft to order any trees that
wheel-Mr. Frank Hamilton being the Saturday, on their way to Aucilla, shoo ItKWAKI: 100. may be required to fill orders for

lucky one to get it. Fla. The Right Rev. Bishop Crane Gray my old and new customers who mayo ,
Miss and The readers of this paper will he plea..-ed t want fine tree either on small or
: May me Holmes and Mr. Warren the dean of South Florida, leas B
Mr. and Mrs Edick, Mr. and :Mrs. C. l learn that there is at least cue dreaded disease large stnt'k. Will meet all demands
Arnold, of Fau-tina: in town Sunday F. Brown, will be in Eau Gallic !";nndayIn I
Stout and daughter, and :Mr. Martin were that scienee has been able to care in all its for tuterinesuul grapefruit. Will
t afternoon. the morning the new Episcopal church stages! and that is catarrh. Hall's CatarrhCure I put out over I",.'Jf'" trees to these two \
Stout, left last Friday for Palm Beach. will be consecrated after is the uly positive cure known to the I \'arictits.dllrt' s ,
Fjion their return :Mr. and Mrs. Edick( Mis. W m. Dixon and Mrs Kate Brown : by Bishop iray, medical fraternity Catarrh ln'inji a ('oIlJ-otitu'l i to

will stop off, the lest of the party going left Wednesday: on a visit of several day. which the reverend gentleman will tional diMMM require :i constitutional O. WI CONNER, %
' to Clearwater Fla. leave for Fort Pil'l'l'c.11 are cordially! un'ut. Hall's Catarrh l'nrcitaken trmt-//)
on to Asheville, X. C. OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES "
1 ,
invited to be present hiss Florenceloilgon at tin? direct! 111111 the l>I
.) We learn that Mr. Fred Cooper has Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Dunnam came upon will preside at the organ. surfaces of the system! thereby destroying I oct=I..A 2'.E.E.. FLonI LI
the foundation of the disease, and giving '
: >"
bought the schooner Seminole from Mr. steamer Spartan Saturday and 1 ,
Among the at the patientfctiength by luildius up the I'onstitll'tion
. Geo. Huston. The boat is being put in spent several hours in town, shopping Granada guests ; awl assisting nature in doing its work. I The Most
hotel this week D. I L
thorough order and Mr. Cooper will take J. (j. Kitchell, after spending two are The proprietors have so much faith in itsumitive CompleteELECTRICAL
Young and wife, Master: Youngs ills* powers that they otter one hundred i
7' her around the west coast where
on she weeks with his
wife and friends at this Clara Powl'll11':0, :<. W. F. Young:; Brooklyn wllsin for any case that it fails to cure. Scud i .
will be used as a sponge boat. place, left Tuesday for Indianapolis, Ind. ; )Ir. Jas. squirt and wife, Younss- for list of testimonials.Address. !! ;!
F J, C'll Jony J: CO.. Toledo, O. j
After month --
spending a very pleaantlyamong :Mrs. A. E. Thornton, after spending a town, Ohio; Geo.; F. Hanna, ColumbusOiiio / / '" Sold bydru 1 their relatives, the :Messrs. John week in City Point, the guest of Mr. and ; R. l B. lfi'k OIltJal1ta; C. W. Hall's Family Pills: are the list.CA.STORIA.. I .SUPPLY .

I B. and Henry Dixon I left Wedne.-d.iy; for )In:. Henry Banks, left Tuesday for her Jacobs, Philadelphia; E. W. Stickney i HOUSE.-. ..

S their home in Kentucky. They will top]' home Atlanta, Ga. and wife, ::Mrs 1'/. C\nJielil, Olean) X. : in the state, ,

at Titusville, St. Augustine and Chattanoogaer Mr. and Mrs. Warner Y.; B. "'. Palmer, WakefieM. R. 1.; Bears the The Kind You Have Always BoughSignature 1 ':
two nieces I
I 1 1 route. Mrs. Jane Dixon accompanied Misses Warner and Harris, of Firming, W. B. Sand, IVamlale! ; R L ; Mrs. Win #+ # THE
them as far as Titusville, Warner Kansas Jas.' Dawson Net' of ,
ham Ala. City: .
are stopping at the Hatter I
d where she goes for a two week's visit. York and local ''. The Johnson Law
hou-e, where they expect to spend several many nanl( ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Thompson, of Dublin weeks. Granada is highly; sjtoken{ of by all it I j I

I 0., and Mr. and Mrs. A. Brand, of I). Wingood. who has resided in City pat ron-. !. ':,p ---I, i! COMPANY,
'- -- -
I I Worthington, 0., who have so pleasantl Point for over a year, left :Monday for MKLIiOl'KNK.: 'LOVWITTING COJ:' l.lS.: !' I .

$ spent the past three months with us lef Lakeland, Fla., where he will !o into
Tuesday for their respective homes business. Mis. Win-rood and !son;, Gusexpect Mr. Drake, of Malabar[ was in town C I Hl"TTEnICK PATTERNS I T i Electrical' Engine

) These ladies and gentlemen made fohJiemselves to follow in about a month. 11'of C Tuesday. IIA, l I WALL PAPER, T I sl 1

,, V .tn while here a large host are all sorry to see them leave. Mr. E. P. Branch spent several daysin b. U l
". ; inds be welconunP'in Winter Park first of the week. KID GLOVES, ,
tr ;. n'u< who will delighted. to e :Ir.5.: Mathers and two sons, Willie the I S
', "_:t us next winter. Ai i i SHOES, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
\ .'' among and Eugene, came up from Tropic Saturday Bowling: is one of the amusements enjoyed IG ,

. :" J ?/J. Pilkington and wife, New Or afternoon in a rowboat. In attempting by the guests at I Hotel Carleton DRY GOODS, Jj Edison La Lande "

,1_ t,_ deans; T. M. McRae, Jacksonville; Cha.-;. to pet out of the boat after reaching Miss Helen Valentine, of Tillman, was A L Samson
and 1
'.- \1 .rl \ IsDllzer, J. B. Coarsey, Florida; M. D: here Mr. M. had the misfortune to fall]l in town Wednesday calling: on friends.Mr. ::. II I) TRUNKS, E, dry batteries for gas

v 11A defartleson, Savannah; G. Muller, Jr., overboard. There was a norther blowingat N MATTINGS, F engine ignition, bell and
William' of Cleveland Ohio I
L S ksonville; C. W. Jacobs, Pluladel l the time and the temperature was L L annunciator work.

to hfa; G. E. Muriel, Florida; Win. G about fQrtl. ,,Mr. M. says he wanted to spent last Sunday in town with friends 11, I FURNITURE, A. Work done in all

Gould, Wakefield, H. I.; C. W. Colyermelrooklyn yVVHsliigh d as warm enough to pro"lurreiT111 Mr. Merrill brought; down a party from STOVES, parts of the state. \

; ; R. B. Hickson, Atlanta; DTf te i'b the' cold wave, but Tropic in his launch, Kansas City, last ..
,er, New ..gleans; A. R.luller, !Kelnht\ : th\e on\y"lte that it was Tuesday afternoon. ELECTRIC LIGHT, SUPPLIES if1'

'IOD re/T. Skelly Xashville O..ffice' ,, )ra"nsould stand The of all \, \
; "" yl-so tlj Ea-t Coast Chautauqua opens a @ discretion. S '
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; undo; G. W. Palmerltl r XjrU' .'I *_e tin ." week from tonight. Some excellent talp' .
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THE FLORIDA STAB: 'FRIDAY, ,FEBRUARY 23..1900.. o?:::. ,. '*"."' "

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tit THE[ GU8ERNATOR1L'CORTESt[ l the farmer iupply to that land the necessary IA '. ': ', '?; *>e$
elements. He must think and de- "Necessity J as. & 'Son P

termine for himself what fertilizer is best .,.' ,;:
:'t -
Florldiaiu. Will. Soon. .. 'Have.All the. State. for him to ose. If he will do this from Headquarters. .;, .: :: 0

Politics They, Can Stand. year to year he will not only produce better Knows No Law. for. .'. '...'

4 Tallahassee Letter in'Savannah News. crops, but will enhance the valuef

his land. But ,law of Nature bows
Easily the' most / )
important figure on I do not believe injudicious use of ferti- HARDWAREI: :

the political bpard in Florida at this time lizers pays, but they are profitable where to the, necessity of keepingthe ;. ,)i.
is the contest for the Democratic :]
gubernatorial :
systematically with dne regard to blood that the
nomination, and that. contest is pure so .Tinware Crockery. '4 :, -l
K their adaptability to certain soils and .. .. r.r; : :
rapidlytaking definite.shape. croPs; but no farmer is justified in neg- entire system shall be strong, T"t: .\<:i

a g ;' the It list has of not counties quite reached can be the called stage oft'and.where i. lecting manurial the natural and accustomed home Wealthy and vigorous.To STOVES, t.. r ,,.,':" :.:'-.:,, :1'1->!;,:
resources. Too much relianceon '
marked down with any large' degree of commercial fertilizers has rained take Hood's Sarsaparilla,the great : Boat Goods Paints and Oils ': <> :":>;1
accuracy to the candidate who will blood purifier, is* therefore a law of .
re- of '.
many a farmer. At the best, the use .:a
ceive their respective votes; but in a gen- these outside helps must be considered as health and it is a necessity tin' nearly and -'

eral way the relative stren th'of the five secondary in importance to a wellordered every household. It never disappoints. :

announced candidates for the nomination common sense, businesslike conductof Tired Feeling- "I had that tired dull WOODENWARE. )

is becoming quite easy of discernment. the farm.; The most important pointto feeling, dyspepsia, headaches and sinking I ,, ,
made ",',:,
spells but Hood's Sarsaparilla me a ; ;
The contest has now been in progressfor be considered is to secure the proper new man. J I never was better than now." Write for prices. je .- '2. .':,
the better part of a year, and while materials for fertilizers at the lowest JOES MACK Oskaloosa, Iowa. f '
there has been no great fuss made over price and mix at home. There are some Rosy Cheeks have good health TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. : _. ..,.,.

4 ,it, each aspirant has been hard at work, farmers who care but little about the and rosy cheeks, thanks to Hood's Sarsapa- Box 212. :'-J,
and the state has been .thoroughly rilla. It builds me np and saves doctor's .
can- of its if not
composition guano or price bills." MARY A. BURKE, 604 East Clair ---- A 5
vassed. The nominating convention will to be paid for until fall. Street Indianapolis! Ind. '. ,'
;t meet about three months hence,*and inc Bond lumber Co.

that time! it is'understood that Floridians L. T. Travis, agent Southern railroad .. ".

will be given all thfe politics they can Selma, Ga., writes:."1 cannot say too On hand and Constantly Arriving .>

Etand. much in praise of One. Minute Cough .LUl\LJBER.
Two of the candidates-States Attorney Cure. In my case it worked like charm." . .' .

James D. Beggs,-of Orlando, and Judge The only harmless remedy that gives im- Hood's Pills cure liver ills;the non.irritating and Dressed and Undressed. :

WUliam Sherman Jennings, of Brooks- mediate results. Cures coughs!!, colds, only cathartic to take with Hood' Sarsaparilla Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work Balusters, Newel l Posts, : ;:
bronchitis and all throat and
vi dh-are from south or peninsular Florida troubles.croup B. R. Wilson & Son. Bean, Orange Cabbage and Tomato Crates, '

; two others-State Senator Fred T. Brick, Lime, Cement, Etc. r

Myers, of Tallahassee, and former Speaker Rotation In Office. THE PORTO RICAN BILL Estimates made on all building material. Our large boat, "Sunny South," will deliver .'-',
{' D. H. Mays, of Monticello-are from anywhere on the river. Call on us or send in your bill. We will serve you right.Bored '

? Middle Florida; and one, Maj.. William From the Jacksonville News: Has Been Greatly Changed and Florida's Lumber: Cc' ,:

H. Milton Jr. of Marianna is from West has taken the Representatives Now. .
The state press again up Won't Oppose It S. G. VANL NDINGHAM, Manager, "
Florida. It is said that Maj. Milton is question of rotation in office, and the discussion -
The consideration of the Porto Rican
: not really a candidate for the gubernatorial has, of course, especial referenceto tariff bill commenced in the house ofrepresentatives TItu.sv1: : F1.or1c1.a.

x nomination, and that only his the condition of affairs at Tallahassee.The ,-- '
this week, and the final HALF DOLLARS .
frierlds have been his for News its .
pushing name long ago expressed opin- will -
vote not be reached before next are as use- 1
: ward. Maj. Milton is 'quite as much ion upon the subject, but the question is week. The members of the Florida delegation ful at our ( -r =

spoken of for one of the cabinet offices, one for which no hard and fast rule can in congress are much better pleased FEBRUARY CLEARANCE SALE T. /t ", i

as he is for the governorship.At be laid down. There are cases in which with the bill as it is reported from the as dollars on or-h ; ,
any rate, the contest now lies be- a'public servant may safely be continuedin and dinary occasions. ,
I ways means committee than they
tween the other gentlemen, and, on ac- office for an indefinite length of time, with The opportunity of those / ,
were the president's original sug who waited for . -= -
count of the places of their residence, it and instances have, unfortunately, not gestion. AFTER THE HOLIDAY BARGAINS- .

has developed into more or less of a sec- been known, in which one short term The bill, it is said by Florida fruit is here. We have re- u._+tjl l .
tional fight-South Florida against Mid- sufficed to terminate the usefulness and marked prices on every .
growers who have been to Washington article of . , :J .
dle Florida. This feature tends to com- close the public career of the hapless. in- will afford
recently, ample protection to
the situation.It cumbent. \ FURNITUREin
industries and the t
measure i
is rather nearer the exact truth tosay Our esteemed contemporary, the Pensa- the store regardless of t '
seems to meet with the support of the the fact that all are ti X91 t .
.. : that many of the friends of Judge cola Sews, in discussing! this questionsays (
delegation. Notwithstanding the attitude NEW, HANDSOME AND STYLISH, ,_
Beggs, who undoubtedly has the support : however, of the members of the and would easily bring
of a number of the South Florida counties The News ardently desires that the con- delegation from Florida, the outlook is full price at any time. G rf i
in his fa- stitutional the Must square accounts for year that ,
are using as an argument provision governorship -
not favorable for the pa-sage of the bill. is the only reason for quick selling. '
vor the fact that Senator Myers, his shall be extended to include all It all .
depends upon the number of Democrats JOHN R. WALKER Titusville Fla.
lives in Tallahassee state officers and further that ,
strongest opponent, suggests who can be gotten into line for the
t which is also the home of the present governor its extension to include all county officersas 'I measure. There are a large number of --------- ---- ---- -

e Hon. W. *D. Bloxham; claimingthat well, is a question which deserves the .
Republicans opposed to the bill as it Your '
it is now nothing more than just and serious consideration of every public- i comes from the ways and mean, committee FIRE INSURANCE with c. S. Scliuyler, .

-- fair that South Florida, which claims not spirited citizen in the state. Existing and they will follow the lead of Representative -

to have had her share in the distributionof conditions, with regard to both state and I' McCall, of Mas.-adiusett, in Agent fort he_Hartford, /Etna, Liverpool and London and'Globe, ,

political prizes in recent years, should county offices, warrant the declarationthat I voting in opposition.The Providence '
Home Continental & Fireman's
which better time for the considerationof Washington, -
now be ghen the governorship, for no attitude of the Louisiana delega-
in the person of Judge Beggs, she presents such a provision could be desired. tion is much in doubt. The members ;' Fund, and Sun Mutual.For fc

an'entirely suitable candidate.It This view of the problem, we confess, seem disposed favorably towards the further information, rates, etc., address or call on C.S. SCIIUYLER, TTTCSVILLE FLA.ICE .
is not understood that Judge Beggs strikes us as an extreme one, but it is one. bill
.1 I Payne but they are hindered in ---- ----- -- ----- --- -- -
himself has sought to make capital out of that all events opens up an interesting voting for it by the attitude of the rice
of Senator residence.He discussion as to how much the tenure of.j
the incident Myers' of that state. The
growers sugar planters -
is said to be making his fight solelyon office should be limited by law and to I I who are largely Republican, and natural I GR ICE

his record as a man and as a public. .what extent public servants should be I. I protectionists, are for the bill. It -I
bask in what is _
servant.A permitted to popularly 1
seems unreasonable, however, to antici-
Tampa lawyer and politician has i known as the sunshine of popular favor. pate that the Louisiana delegation, under AS GOOD AS TaE BEST.

summed up the situation .as follow: "If -- -- these circumstances, will support it. Manufacture INDL\X RIFER ICE '
r pretor.
in Middle and West Florida can t the
any man .I' w. w &\J With three exceptions, it is believed! ;
win the gubernatorial nomination, as the I the solid Special attention paid to packing for family use, and shipped to any station on the East Coast '
r Democratic vote will be cast
railroad or by steamboat on Indian river.
contest now stands, it is Fred Myers. If I f'!.
against; the bill. The exceptions are
I Myers can't make it, Beggs} will. Theyare giiaVe YOU Messrs. Sibley, of Pennsylvania, who is --

making a race fit for thoroughbreds. now regarded on both sides of the houseas Carroll & Goldsmith .
As to Mays and Jennings': Well, they are ,
I and
a Republican anyway, Representatives .
I splendid fellows; say something very J
Davis and Sparkman, who will
about tach of them-but STAPLE AND
commendatory I probably be swayed by reasons of state GROCERIES
: : I don't think they.' are winners this year." Heard policy in voting with the Republicans on FANCY .

J this bill. Hay, Grain Fresh Fruits and Vegetable, :
J. I. Bt'vry, I.Canton, Pa., writes: T.t USV.11 e Florida.THE ,
,t "I am willing tu take my oath that I was Tin. CUss and. _Crockery. Ware. r
cured r'f pneumonia H:tnely by the use of I The American Soldier.
t. One Minute Viiuh! due titter doctors fail- 0111' H -- -- -
Senator Albert J. in his
lot It alit fiid I !uy Inldien of whooping DECANTER
s! cough." Quickly relieves and cures famous speech in the United States sen- .- --.
t coughs, C"drf! >n::', snipi{ {* and throat .. ate, told one side of his experiences in "
, and 1 Imin trftui.UChildren: like it. () You may have heard the Philippines. The other and more Lasley & l\.I.otlo-vv

!r\: Mothers endor-f. B. R. Wilson & Son.COMMRCiLERTILIZER. (3 about SCOTT'S EMULSIONand personal side-what he saw and heard of .

the American soldier in the fi'ld-he will I'
have a vague notion Foreign and domestic brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and
tell exclusively in an early number of
G E' [ that it is cod-liver oil with The Saturday Evening Post, of Philadelphia Whiskies, Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.A .

its bad taste and smell and '. FIRST-CLASS LINE OF CIGARS. BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES. '. -

.. Their Judicious U"e of Vital Importance all its other repulsive rea-
Cured Bronchial Trouble. and careful attt'ntionZiven to mail orders. /
Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt /
<* To the Fanner. tures. It is cod-liver oil, the Chas. E. Davis, 1074V.. Congress St., Cash must accompany your order LOSLEY & JIOTLOW, TITUSVILLE, FLA.

Commercial fertilizers! are now such a and thz best in the I Chicago, writes: I have suffered for yearswith

factor in farming that the question of purest bronchial trouble, and have tried P _ss 5 5asEsamom,Se'S25c::, d25c 252SeSc525'SUSSd52525 SeieSeu52Se5252aZ525rsacaea ocac ESaSeBI '.,,.

their proper u,e, composition and cost world, but made so I many kinds of medicine without relief i Invited. Stencils Furnished.McComb .

are of almost vital importance to the ble that almost I until I began taking Foley's Honey and g Correspondence y if!
: cgs p257S
them Alabama patata-I Tar, which cured me. It saved mo doctor 8.acacacacaacac2525d52525252525Z 2i ncacacaa "S2525ZSL.424ZS 52SL 252RSL5
who an
farmer uses says I
It can take it. ': bills this winter. 2oc.: B. R. Wilson m
writer in the American Agriculturist. I .
: is not a question of getting A good guano children like it and & Son. I m' "

or a high-grade guano cheap, but the more. j Insurance superintendent (suspiciously & C 0.
of '
of the elements
proper proportion ): How did your husband happen to
value that enter into the composition of ( 'SEMUl.SION I die so soon after getting insured Widow: ID --- ---- '- ---- -- f!!

a fertilizer to be applied to a particular I lIe worked himself to death trying to

soil or crop is a matter of prime impor : pay the miums.-lIouseholtl Word*. 309 Washington St., m
.' tance. A brand of guano may do well 1

t for cotton, but may not be suited to corn looks like cream ; it nour- I Lewis Dennis. Salem, Ind., says: "Ko- NEW YORI ,

or oats. One brand may give excellent of Dyspepsia Cure did me more irood make a specialty of
ishes the wasted body "
results when applied to a certain cla-9 of II than anything I ever took. It digests I i
adult! what eat and cannot help but
the child or you cure
is soil, while it would fail to give a satisfac- baby,
dyspepsia and stomach troubles. P. R.
tory crop on a different class. I am of better than cream or any Wilson & Son. '

the opinion that the judicious use of | other food in existence. It .I Jm -
.. but when they are II
fertilizers I
about the relation And there is going to be another eW
bears same
used without any regard to the requirements ) I; tion in Kentucky next fall. Just think of I
J of the soil and crops they not onlydo 9 to other emulsions that i the business the uun factories will do be.I .

not yield profit, but are a loss. | cream does to milk. If you >' I tween now and then.-Minneapolis Times.
The first thing a farmer should consider I m '
i fertilizers or | have had any experiencewith c II Favor us with part of m ,
is not whether to use I F. B. Thirkield, health inspt'ctorofChie-
not, but what sort of fertilizers, what is other so-called '"just asgood" < I ago, sacs: "Kodol Dyspepsia; Cure cannot your will shipments. We site iv. \

l his soil deficient in. Does it require be recommended too highly. It curedme i\o continue not expect if others you .
4. preparations, you | I' to -
of severe dyspepsia. It digests what
,r and phosphoric acid, or only .
nitrogen beat
! ? will find that this is a fact. < you eat and cures indigestion, heartburn I us.gZZcacacacmoocacac \
. of these
one | | and all forms of dyspepsia. B. R. Wilson; i! caocann_ Z5-e5anncaanannooocgerj at thecxcepted
A farmer may have a field that has The hypophosphites that are | Son. CjcS '
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been resting, which may not require any combined with the cod-liver oil -- .. ;o 2 p. m.

t of these and will produce as good a crop give additional value to it because ;' I For Over Fifty Tears GEO. N. HATCH, . s, JR.,
with them while an adjoin- ol lector.
without --
as -- ,
t the nervous systemand I :, MKS.WIXSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRCP has been
ing field may require one or all of these they tone up r used for over fifty year by millions of mothers
strength to the whole for their children while teething, with perfect Dealer to mi neral
he should first impart < MerchandiserX gh
elements. The question success.: 1t50otheshe child soften the gum, -.C the
all cures wind colic, and Is the best .
I ? < allays pain
ask himself is what fertilizers shall use body.
remedy for Diarrhoea. relieve the poor "' HAIpfl. '
The answer depends on the nature of the toe. and$i,oo. ill dru gist5. little sufferer Immediately. Sold by Druggist consisting off be. : ,
Chrmists New York. In every part of the world. Twenty-five centsa GEom ?. 1.ROCKLEDG your frle -
SCOTT & it .
soil, what the soil is deficient in, what is bottle. Be sore and ask for "Mrs. Winslow' usually kept LU4A.-. ley& Motl .
the land etc. Then let !;Soothing Syrup"and take no other kind rst-rlass gene tau P-T-, '(_ .I.
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VOL. XX. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1900. NO. 44. ; ... ,


Cooper Co'.. Show Will Exhibit. at I '
I Cold Wave of Sunday and Monday
Brief Mention of What la Going On In
"' tusville March 3rd. I Did No Serious Harm. Bits of Information About Various Events

and About Titnsvllle. Read what the Tampa Tribune says The usual February freeze this came Occurring at Different Florida Points. '
Send your watches for repairs to W. M. this show 'I t
predicted by the weather bureau on Dr. C. C. Haskell, a well-known and
Woodward,.Titusville. Work guaranteed. This show came to Tampa sixty and Monday, the ]low tempera-!j I prominent citizen Jacksonville, died at 41I =

If you want the best 'dental work, got' ago, and closed their summer season being about the same in this section : his home in that city Saturday morning.He .
; to Dr. Dod. n. Office near courthouse. j Since that time the managers have mornings, 25 degree*Sunday morn- was about 53 years old. '

j; :Mr. Thos. L. Paine, of St. Lucie, was painting up their railroad care, g and 26 degrees Monoay. Owing to It is stated that Messrs. E. 0. Painter t

' on a shot visit to his sister, :Mrs. M. S. etc.1900, and A large re-organizing of for the season : I i I very short interval that the tempera &Co.of DeLand, are interested in the
amount has
: Jones and family the first of the week. money ne was below the freezing point there
in I new light and ice plant to be installed .j
expended the
r making l I
= practically speaking no damage to the
Mrs. E. A. Gray, of North Titusville menta. at Braidentown by J. E. Ender. t
trees but tender
{ vegetables were
i. will soon join the bicyclists, having purchased They gave their first exhibition out. The truck growers at Bartow have organized ..

f a Crescent 1900 model from E. B. night. Their mammoth tents were In some groves the tenderest sprouts themselves as "The Bartow Fruit
1 Wager. ed by a delighted and and Vegetable Growers' "
appreciative ,. bloom buds are not even blackened, association. It *
: The weather bureau predicted that ence. The show has added many in a few the tender shoots will 1 be is organized principally for the benefit of

there might possibly be light: frost in the attractions for 1900, and we predict back for a few inches, but in these cantaloupe growers, but all vegetable .
' extreme northern portion of the state.Ri' them a grand success wherever they is not thought that the crop prospects growers are invited and urged to join. ,

"i last night. We failed to learn the names of the injured in the slightest. The follow The Sun, of West Palm Beach, states

f' '' The fine cruising launch Sweetheart, performers, but will say they are all ;g temperatures have been learned from that Mr. T. A. Feaster is now in charge t

.:?I' the property of Commodore Burgoyne, class. The clowns were up reliable sources as calculated to as manager of the City market, owned by .
;'.. of Daytona, stopped at thi3 place for a nand The general verdict of all the the intensity of the cold all the M r. K. B. Raulerson. Mr. faster left

: hour or so Tuesday. amusement admirers expressed ; down the coast: Sunday morning at many friends here when he was removed '

l ,'" Mrs. J. L. Mather, of Chattanooga, as being for the best::; show that Tampa 31; Eau Gallie, 25; Jupiter 37; from West Palm Beach a few years ago,

't-:-: Tenn., after spending about five weeks seen many years. iami, 44 Monday morning: :Miami, who are glad to welcome his return.

.* visiting with her daughter, Mrs. F. S. Brought Hack Home. : ; Titusville, 26; Jacksonville, 27. Dr. W. W. Johnson, died Wednesday '
'"Chaffee, returned home yesterday after The damage to the vegetable crop i in morning at Hawthorn. He had been in
Brock Revels returned from Fort is hard to determine. Tomato
*,' noon. poor health for several years with heart
v The ladies of St. Gabriels guild are re Saturday afternoon, bringing with are hurt from 10 to 50 per cent., disease lIe was one of the first settlers
his daughter, Ida, who, 'i in l.'Om more. The indications are that of Hawthorn
quested to meet this Friday afternoon at and a useful, worthy and
the residence of Mrs. T/T. Wetmore, with AliceFutch, ran away from pineapples have suffered very little, honored friend of the entire section. He
the first of last week narrated the cold of short
was too duration.
P and the raffle for the quilt will take placeat as left a wife, three sons and three daugh-
this meeting. sively in THE SPAR of last{ Frday. )Ir. S. Belcher a )large planter) west of f ters. rt
These; two girls walked from iami, !says' : ":\ly crop of tomatoes i intouched is
We return thanks to Henry Maxwell 1 to Fort Pierce in four days. by cold." Frank T. Budge, Sergt. John L. Lang, of the third

for presenting TilE STAR with a mam night they camped !in an open ho has visited the prairie lands west United States artillery, who was killedin

moth cabbage, which was very fine and building near Bonaventive, one north of :Miami, says: "The crop i is action at Paombon, Luzon Island, was
tender, sufficient for the editor's family they spent near Sebastian, other ni not damaged any." buried in Jacksonville Sunday with military

for two or three day they stopped at houses on the way, The thermometer at Gainesville drop- honors. He was a Florida boy, a t

Mr. E. P. Portlier, general agent of the riving at Fort Pierce Saturday tnoruiu to 14, and such hardy vegetables as fine soldier, and the body was returnedto
Indian River and Lake Worth Pineapple Alice, it is said, enticed Ida away and lettuce were badly hurt. his people at the expense of the goy

Growers' association, paid our town a home in the hope that they would ] MI MS. ernment.

short visit and* called at TilE STAR office work of some kind, as Alice had been The vegetable growers were the princi- Rt. Rev. Bishop Moore, of St. Augustine '

I last Friday afternoon.Mr. work at several places down the river losers from the recent cold weather. celebrated the twenty-third anniversary -

W. J. Crayford had some fore. td orange trees only suffering the loss of ( of his election to the EpiscopalSee
fine strawberries from his garden very last Ida has had enough of adventure 1 shoots !in unprotected localities. Sunday, Feb. 18th, at St. Leo college. -
is fully satisfied to remain at home A reception was held in the afternoon ,
t week. Strawberries in .
came rather early I CITY 1'OI.VT.The
Ninety-five miles of rough walking i and !in the evening the college orchestraand
( this season. The recent cold wave cold of and
may wave Sunday Monday
four days for two girls i is pretty the students an
gave entertainmentm
set them back little. I all
a the vegetables in this section
and no doubt makes a record that i his honor, which was attended by a
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Walton arrived tramp would feel proud to relate. Faber, C. L. Nichols, W. II. Cresson select and distinguished audience.
from Jacksonville last Friday night on'' S. Hpndry being the heaviest losers
train 99. They are spending a few days Goodall Party Return North. I orange trees in the most exposed Bryant Osteen, one of the ol\ t citizens -
here with the expectation of taking a ) Here damaged some. George Rhester of Volusia county, died at his home ,
trip as far as Palm Beach. The launch Nemo, the property of I W. II. Cresson and T. A. Robin- at Lake Ashby Tuesday evening, Feb.
E. li. Goodall, of Sanford, Maine, fired their groves Sunday night and 13th! at the advanced age of 79 years,
Services in the Presbyterian church rived here Monday from Sea Breeze they are now satified that they tan after: an illness of several week jig

Sunday, Feb. 25th-Sunday school at charge of Messrs. Leavitt and Fogg. \ their groves by firing in any cold Osteen had been a resident of Volusia
9:45, preaching at 11; subject, A Symphony boat was brought here on account of may come to this section. county for about fifty years. He was a
in Life. Song and praise service illness of her owner, which has HOMELAND man of remarkable strength and vitality,
at 7:15. You are cordially invited. ed the from and has
party spending as undergone many hardships during
Quite cool for a few nights recent! .
Mr. David Wingood, of City Point time cruising as expects,). Mr. { i ; ; and beans in exposed places} the early pioneer days of Florida. He
here his o will return north at once direct leaves a wife, two sons and three
spent Monday night on way t re hurt. Mr. L. C. Moore brought i in daughters. -
Lakeland, where he expects to start DaUona, while the other members .
up 1 2'O about four days old that showed no
in business. His family will remain i in the party left from here Tuesday :.: of damage. Oranges, lemons and .
City Point for the present, but will join noon. The Nemo is left for the l show no damage, though KOSKLAND.Mr.
him a little later on. of the year in charge of Capt. !! are in bloom. many : E. Daily, of New York, is the
Nelson, who houses the yacht each guest of Mr. T. S. Drake, at Trilby cot
Dr. M. Souvielle, of Jacksonville, arrival COCOA.What's .
mer at commodious boat tage.
in town the early part of the week, regret.that the illness of our friend ways. ::; the matter with Florida, :Mr.
accompanied by his two Boston friends, all necessitates his ? Don't you think she's lone back Mrs. L. C. Moore is visiting her par '

Mr. Chas. C. Williams and Dr. IIeb erin and trust that another early season: return he us? Just to think, last Saturday night ents bourne., )Ir. and Mrs. John Goode, in Mel

Bishop. They chartered a sailboat, i have a more satisfactory outing along thermometer went down to 25] d e-
command of Henry Holton, and are and The sawmill has its n
east coast. Considerable of his time on Sunday night as far as 24 machinery running
spending a few days hunting and fishingon The and will 1
year was first given to putting the \ so orange growers had tires commence cutting as soon
the river.Complete. their and as logs arrive.Mrs. .
in proper shape, as extensive repairs : over groves by this means: ,
line of bicycles for Woo noon w overhauling of both the hull and : aed; to raise the temperature six

exhibition at the rooms of the FloridaCycle were found necessary, but these \' rces. The trees are not believed to be Amelia L. Enos. i
at THE office. been attended her I I ially injured, but some of the u-ry
company, to owner can turn Mrs. .\. L. Enos, of Enos, passed to the
Rambler, Monarch, Crescent Niagara attention to and tender growth are now look i t
cruising earlier another ': ; higher: life from her home on the 12th:
Dixie and Ideal lines fully represented. son. I j a little the worse for wear. inst.! She had been a great sufferer forseyeral

Easy terms to responsible parties on the I:,\\\'.\x. months
yet passed peacefully
installment plan. Call and examineeven Departure of the Edna C.; Scratching; ; out beans are in order away at last.

if you do not intend to purchase. Tuesday morning about 11 o'clock ) i e days, and though) they come out Her death was very sudden and to very

Mrs. Walter It. Watson and baby returned Mace, of New York city, who has I I lmt bruised and soiled, yet they many nuexlec1l'll.11"8.: Enos was bornat

to their home in Jacksonville- spending several months at this pisser green and will produce a fair crop. :Mount Vernon, Iowa, July 1st, 1.S1S,
day after an extended stay here ev stalled down the river in his tender ;growth on guavas, was nipped consequently was in her 52nd year. ..

since last summer. Mrs. Watson left houseboat, the Edna C. This boat h and we will have a ;good crop of She was universally held in the highest

with reluctance as the health of the little; been put in fine order for the 1 Pines are not hurt at all, but all I, esteem by all who knew her, and her ..

fellow has improved eo much while here. and comfort of her owner and Mr. 1 : I 1 nearly) all, vegetable not covered are husband, Ir. J. L. Etio-i, and only son, "

She hopes that it will lie permanent, but who accompanies Mr. Mace on the I a bad way. Now, let the Expre Heibert \\'. EnoJ, have the deepest sympathy

if it should prove otherwise she will undoubtedly They will stop at )points of interest, l reduce their rates and the coin- of their friend and neighbors: inof l
return. an effort will be made to reach Biscay I \ 1 j man his ] er cent to ;5 instead the great loss they have sustained. The '1

bay ere they return here. A reporter ; and that will help us some, and not i interment was made in the cemetery at
Mrs. L. C. Schuyler was among the arTltt ) I injure thl'm.111 :\ tIelbonrne.
: :;r.\It inspected the interior arra j '
rivals on the 4:28 train Tuesday after I
of the she left I
ments yacht ere and foul |
She will visit until time in : !
noon. some i :\ : 0;.
everything in perfect order Aside fro idM Card of Thanks.Mrs.
I i _
April with her son, G. de G. Schuyler, 1 ;
the roominess of this craft she is -w ; Mr.[ Charley: Kmmons and daughter .
and family, at Canaveral. About the: C. F. Fischer returns many thanks _k
supplied with substantiate and tlelil \ j, Wednesday for Rockledge: after a _
(to McFarland:
Mrs. ta sail Fruit Protection
first of Schuyler
May expects .
company ,:
for a lengthy cruise. The main cabin week's-it in Mims.llri .
for Europe. During her stay in Richmond I I for their kindness in furnishing
this winter she suffered with a supplied with two huge iron and I Mr-. M. II. garnett, with :Miss tents for the protection of tender trees:! --- ,
beautiful clock, neat curtains at u'i duu .Iarau'kett;; of ;Springfield; Mass' and shrubs her
violent attack of pneumonia.We i ar- on place this week during
I etc., etc., while adjoining is the di i i! Friday afternoon and are visiting the cold wave.
room and quarters for the crew. :Mr. F. H" Sackett's.
are the sole agents for Middleton's TIe
teas and furnishings throughout: are brand MUST BE SOLD !
premium coffees, bak-I i lip and Mrs. Sackttl, Mr. andlr5.: .
ing powder. Valuable presents I I and of the ),est. The vessel is: in char Miss Clara Sackett and Mi-s My stock of lumber and building material -
to those who purchase. We guarantee of Capt. Tom Knight, of Banana ri1' I lodtll.ft for Hock I will be sold at greatly reduced t
our goods the best that money assisted by )Ir. Robert Adams. 1 I : yesterday ledge. j! prices in order to prepare for the oIlCnil' '; .
can buy. W. J. CRAYFORD. Mace, it ;may be stated, has improvvery ', there they will ;go by steamer to of my big; yard in P latk }. Send .
Beach 1
much in health during his stay i your orders. .. f :
Bishop Gray's Appointments. Titusville. lIe has paralysis and was u :Mr. F. II. :Sackett; took a merry party G. F. 1'\Hmsox, v -; i t

Bishop Gray's will visit the following able to stand up when he came here the beach Thursday morning.; On Eau Gallie, Fla. "ed the .' \ t !

churches on the east coast under Archdeacon November last, but now can handle bit; : morning their number' was en- NOTICE. In. ,
administration self better than for years. Florida c : by the addition of Mr.[ packet I
B. F. Brown's on The city tax books are
now .
done wonders for him and I !I ; from )Ia -achu etts. All open at K .
following dates: Jupiter, Feb. 22nd; mate has 1 If enjoyed court house every day, Sunday except*' ,
Waveland-Jensen,' Feb. 23rd, a. m.; hope we can count on 'him as a regal I hugely until the blizzard from 9 to 11 a. m., and from 1 to 2 p. I "
winter resident in future.Boat !; them, when they decided that )1. oo
S. ,
Gallie 25th JOXES
Eden, 23rd, p. m.; Eau a. _. I JR., ;
r tn
I m., consecration of St. Johns church; Fort and Yacht Sails.-- .was" preferable to 'advantage"e'-"A he I. Tax Collect orr. ,., :" SiOYStEKSt I

Pierce, 25th, p. m.; Melbourne, 28th; Fit and'torkntaushipguarauteed. Fl ',-:tne-, !
P.\T. OY'Eg3t
s Banyan, March 8th; Georgiana, 9th; Ti- boat sails a specialty. Send for estuuaII. For RiE Ff l;04U O'%: .Motly.. /
14th BEXECKE thoroughbred ta; rte: \\l- Fresh Indian river E rs to->' ; '
tnsville, 13th, p. m.; Courtenay, ; supplies of all Send to Jas. A. Rnssei .1 1
3 Merritt, 15th, a. m.; Cocoa, loth, p. m. Titusville Florida. i iI Ormor' i i will give you prompt aUk S\ '", ,

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terl The1 pearls;and the shawls are I I Dolllver said the other day "There are 'I Women Well J.
i as as Men; /CHOICE 'Vegetableswill :.
II In the ;
.ll M now museum but'the.records
fll ; do : great, mny,eaves and perhaps prehistoric I *

f' .*-' ,.. not show:, what: became'otthe'rest of I mounds in my congressional Are Made Miserable by always find a ready _

I. t..d.> ," the collection: :During President 'Ty district, but that fact.alone did not inspire -, .

'ODD TM NG81f0' BE- '' lets administration the imam of Muscat me to offer the bill for the. preservation Kidney Trouble. market but only that farmercan r
T THE, NA'TION'SCURIOSITY -' sent over about 50 diamonds, of such mounds as well as other :c

.' ;: SHOP. which though 'small, were of first wa- ruins and objects and to prevent their raise them who has studied *,

ter. These also are In the museum. counterfeiting. This measure, which Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages = HT

Present Made by Foreign Countries Japan has been very lavish In her appears to have been carefully drawn and lessens ambition; beauty,vigor the great secret ,how to, obtain -"tfeSj
to Some of Our 'Pre.ldentRIJ' gifts to us. When Perry threw openJapanese' was brought to me by Dr. Thomas Wilson r.-"I:.1 _" and cheerfulness soon d '.i I- i f'M tl *
i disappear when the
both and
: Vone In Ilawaii-Home 'Product. ports to occidental commerce, an eminent scientist in his department neys are out of order quality quantityby ,

'fl a Arcnieolocical Field., he was made the bearer of a collection at the Smithsonian institution.The or diseased. the' of well- -'
use .
t (Special Correspondence, of ceramics, lacquer ware, "old armor National Academy of Sciences, I t o Kidney trouble has :
] and other metal work, which is now am Informed has been over become
WASHIXGTOS working so prevalent1 balanced fertilizers. No fertilizer
Feb. 2X( -A visit to the ,
scattered among the various exhibitsIn some proposition that shall prevent the I that it is not uncommon '

National full of.Interest to the museum. As also commemorative despoliation of these evidences of a t 1 for a child to be born for Vegetables can produce ': Y
the lover of the curious, and antique. of Perry's : afflicted with weak kid
voyage Japan presentedto remote civilization. I looked the bill : "

There is one collection about which thnrUnlted States a statue, which over and decided that I would be warranted i t+ -=- neys. If the child urinates a large yield unless. it contains : '
; ,
little too often, if the
was of the ,-
one distinguishing featuresof -
in introducing on my own responsibility urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child at least 8% Potash. Send for -
cornposed her
display at the World's fair. It
for the distic.mished consideration : reaches an age ,when it should be able to

has -an Interesting history. I refer to Is a realistic figure of the Baron Ka- of the !house." }.( control the passage, it is yet afflicted with our books, which furnish full : :--

.. the presents that have been made by mon-no-kami-Nawsuke, one of Japan'sfirst Tbe DoHiver biP applies -inly to the bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of .. .c ,
diplomats. domain the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first information. We send them
foreign countries to the United States public of the Unite S ates. It China has step should be towards r
also been generous withus starts off with declaration the treatment of
of its
and to some of our presidents. Under especially at the time of the Centennial purI I I I these important organs. This unpleasant free of charge. .
to from
"protect wanton destruction
celebration In Philadelphia. She pose trouble is due to a diseased condition of the .1
monuments, ruins, buildings, cen> I kidneys and bladder and .
I not to a habit as
presented us with a portion of her fine eteries, graves habitations, mines, most People suppose. GERMAN KALI WORKS, t .7 ;
made I >
display at the The I .
,. i workshops or other objects the work Women as well as men are made miserable ;;
i i ugh Nassau St.,New York.
collection contains
.III many rich and rare with 93 (
I of. prehistoric or primitive man. Imprisonment kidney and bladder trouble,
ir' examples of Chinese art and }s one of for not more than one yearor I''and'i both need the same great remedy .. < ;'.

the most interesting features of this a fine of not more than $10,000 is I The mild and the immediate effect of o

class In the museum. provided for those who forge or counterfeIt -i j!:I I j Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold National il Bank of .

There is a souvenir in the library of arch I by druggists, in fifty- 1
any object.
the state department which containssad I([ cent and one dollar u, ,. I

memories of a time when human SAMUELHUBBAKD.. i j sizes. You may have a ..

1r,h,-, > .- beings is an address died like of sheep thanks of A from plague.the St.It I)ieg There than is Chamberlain's no better medicine Cough for Remedy.the ha- I i I i 1!j j free sample,all also about bottle pamphlet by it. including mail tell- Home many of of the. the State of or' a.. :

( Petersburg nobility for assistance rendered Its pleasant taste and prompt and effectual thousands of testimonial letters received

.. L J' IS during the dreadful famine of 1892 and and small children. It quickly cures I & Co.. Binghamton N. Y., be 'sure and "

is signed by Alexis Bobrinskoy, the their coughs and cold, preventing pneunonia 1,, 'mention this paper.

; :i"t marshal of the nobility of the city. or other serious consequences. It JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
---- -- -- -- ---
s' The address is done in excellent ..
water also cures croup and has been used in PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
color drawings and illustrates different
tens of thousands of cases without a single -

\.. phases of the famine, from the gaunt: : failure so far as we have been able to ROBlilNS: & OU.\H.UI,
!;:;'-'\.'- peasant tolling through the snow for Capital $100,000. '
FF"J learn. It not only cures croup, but whengiven ATTORN EY S-AT-LAW, .
food; with the grim shadow of death i '-"
the -:
-.'. as soon as croupy cough appears TITUSVIL'
E, FLORIDA.Office .
I pursuing him, to the relief ships sailIng -
.- ;, present attack. In cage .
;; PRESIDENT JACKS N'B MAUSOLEUM. triumphantly Into the harbor with of whooping cough it liquifies the tough hours-10 to 12:1.. tu. and 2 to 4 p m. .
the stars and stripes flying at the mast Will practice in all courts, state and federal: Accounts of Firms, Banks anti :
I lt the constitution the president of the head. inucus, making it easier to expectorateand Spl'c facilities fur examining and perfecting : :

_' United States cannot receive personal President lessens the severity and frequency of land titles Individuals Solicited. -

l', gifts or decorations from any foreign rather Franklin Pierce received a the paroxysms of coughing, thus depriving ... ..I ,-- :'
rf. curious memento from the king that disease of all dangerous cons n. L. Gi'LUCN, ... '
nation or potentate. Therefore" the cf Slam in the ,t
shape of some long,
quences. For sale by 13, K Wilson & Sun, >
t. presents which Lave been made to our lindrical, double headed drums. At the I ATTORN'EY-AT-LAW, OFFICERS: '

r presidents by other nations when state department there Is a valuable ...
\ received "Getting home from the seaside THTSVILLE, FLORIDAVunty ., HENRY B. .
f In the country, have been turned Siamese sword given uiiun the occasion "Yes." ":any curiosities" "One. My E. T. SHl'BRICK"iet'Prrsident., President.. '"

a': over to the government and usually of the signing of a treaty, a custom board bill is conning by freight."-Atlanta : ( in all judge the courts of Brevard of the county.7th judicial Will practice dr .THOS. P. DEXHAM, Cashier. ; '_

f assigned places either" in the National observed Jimoug eastern peoples; Constitution. cuit of Florida. JAMES D. BAKES. Assistant Cashier, .-

museum or other governmental institu also in this department there is a carved I -.. "

tions. A variation from this rule was. whale's tooth given as a treaty by "1 am indebted to One Minute Cough t'DL'C.1L'. FLETCHER, LlKECTOftSi! ..

made In the case .of President Harri the king of the Fiji islands. The latest Cure for my health and life. It l'urE'llllle J. N. C. STOCKTOS.htltos W. KNIGHT ;

son. In the Columbian year two med gift presented to the government !Is the of lung trouble following! grippe." Thousands ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, E. T. SHTBRICK, R.-\.nWSD D. KNIGHT,, ..:

als, one from Brazil and one from two Sevres -vases which came from of this owp their lives to the prompt action JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Tt:os. P. DKMIAM, KICH'D MCLAUGHLIN, -
new 'failing remedy. It cures W. A. HALLOWES WM. II BAKES
Spain, were sent to PresIdent France a short time ago on the occa ---
personally coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, pneu HE Harrison. Congress passed a special sloe of the signing of the new commercial monia, grippe and throat and lung troub M. GOLDSMITH, --...: ...

,law allowing him to retain possessIon treaty.. Il'!!. Its early use prevents consu uption. ATTORN EY-A T-LAY, -------

of them when he left the White In the museum there is a mummy It is the only harmless remedy that gives Cotton and Linen

House.. which was presented by the khedive immediate results. lt. II. \Vil.-on & Con TITUSVILLE FLORIDA ,

'At the time of his tour around the of .Egypt. The mummy is richly embalmed I Prosecuting attorney for reward county f .NettingPishing

world General Grant was made the re and was evidently some high; Urer McKinley will scarcely thank Gov. Notary public. Will practice in all courts u .

cipient of many valuable gifts; but, as official personage; but now It Is slowly) Taylor for what that patriot has contributed the:, state.A. "

he was not at that time president of crumbling to dust. .\ good story Is l to Republican history in the past .
few days. liter has D. 1'KXNEV,
the United States, of course the con told concerning its presentation. The McKinley troubles
enough!; of his St. Louis t
own.- po tnis- .
stitutional regulation was not a bar to mummy had been given in charge of patch. A'CPUIINEY-.tT-LA1C, ,.lS

their acceptance. George Washingtonalso our minister to Turkey, who at thattime TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,. Tackle

received many presents from foreigners was a man now well known and Cold Ste-l or Death 'E.i
who had written what he Will practice in the courts of the 7th ju
after his retirement considered
: from the avery
"There is but small
one chance to save dicial circuit. Superior quality Linen Jill !
presidency. valuable book. In return for the life and that is '
your through an operation Netting made from Knox's i
ConciHledly the most important and mummy he courteously presented the ," was the u\\fn11'I'OSI'l".t set I beforeMrs. JAMKS AXDUEWS, Scotch Thread. t

costliest gift ever made to'the nation sultan with a copy of his work and, I. B, Hunt, of Lime Ridge, Wis., by

was the Bartholdi statue of Liberty, meeting him at court some time later, her doctor after vainly trying to cure her ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Samples and estimates cheerfully furoUhed. E

but stored away in the corners of askl'll1t he had read It. With a twinkle of a frightful case of stomach trouble and Main office and address Tibbals Corks Leads Lines etc. t
Washington's; public buildings are In his eye the sultan responded, yellow jaundice. He didn't count on the Office at Fort Tierce Fki., upon the Sud and J. S. JOHNSON & CO. I

many rich and splendid objets de veto r- "Yes Mr. Blank, I have read your l interesting marvelous {jwwer of Electric Hitters to el1rl'stomal'h 4th Fridays: of each month. ,

book, and I think I have and liver troubles, butheheaid Will practice in all the courts of the 7th Manufacturers: ,
with which
countries, and given
of it, took seven bottles, was wholly judicial circuit of Flurida. 121 South St., BALTIMORE MD.
especially the oriental states, have seen you something equally dry. cured, avoided surgeon's knife, now --- --- _! f

fit to honor us. Talking about potentates and antiquities weighs more anti feels better than ever. .'. J. WEBB,

One of the first presents made to recalls a little incident which occurred It's po.-itively guaranteed to cine stomach USE '

America of which we have a historywas In the senate the other da y. !liver and kidney troubles and neverdi.appoints. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DREW'SbENO

a large and elaborately decorated The senate committee on public lauds Price 50c at n. H. Wilson TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,

silver bearing the coat of of & Son's drug store. 1
sup arms \Vill tir'tftiff, : ., in th, ,_* j.> __. Vf. *.i... Tth inHrial ,
-- --- --- n -
I the house of Brunswick. It was pre ,, circuit.M. .ov "u .IU-

sented-by George I'to the Virginia THE SICK
ARE --- --- r
house of burgesses, where it was usedas D. L. IIO-O CATALOGUE.FOR l GA L '

a mace until the Revolutionary war, i; MADE WELL tm :
after which it passed through several
lell lis/. THE
families and finally into the hands of
the Colonial Dames by whom it was And the AVeak are Krstomi to Full Vigor Oilier at residence, first door south of tbe \
and Strength at the lIalll,; of the Greatest county jail. Only tivst cla>s work, COMPANY. m
in the National
deposited nnlselli i. Jl.-aler uf Moilt'ru Tinits.Iro at greatly n'tlun'tll'rkt"3.] i. .:. t.N 1(8( '
Probably the most extraordinary gift ,
IId\ TlTl' \
\.1 .11I10rachI\Or\\l'dkncs ILI.iFLUItiU.T.. tJ .
ever made to the United States is the 4' You ih>e.--i.,.r 1.1.., l.owUiiititcontd Ia. ._. "'A. ,
--- -
Sick? Juntl'l' Antvou.j :v'in'? Iv. :11lrkFndl' -
sarcophagus sent by the sultan of ,
anti d'I\lI
NN "'1 ; : \rl! Dr. iIoiitIlhW'sF'itrltilti
Turkey to President Jackson. The ; 1:1 l> I v > }iii
fitful. ,
: : .
: :: : tt{ '. .r..H: ) .
tomb Is of carved marble and is very ua..liral: ,:!ram l..a li-f} 1)t'iltill.tpitl'tllelltsON ) I
!'y.t'tu.' hC\'I'rYOrI H. A. HODGES
ancient, dating back to the dynasty ofSaleueid i\ ..rulIn ir its pro|>>r Tilt ,
1 .'
This! dynasty was founded : t. .J' IttOthrrWonN.. :
!.t!"'I t.-J Are l ;i a IVrlVt-tly
In Syria after Alexandrian conquest ; '.J- j t trOIl'tiu', VisorMuuor DENTOS MitMiina liirlaN, ria.
one. ittttta,. ilappy .
of Nieator! Antiochus ;>, \>" "
a son .:.. unfi.u ? Dealer in .and Manufacturer
:.r" \ II ii" t"uhiit>ui InotUe- I
one Alexander's generals. The era 1. l.rponoaaytEtureluuconoI -

of Seleudda in chronology Is considered Jsfe, ", I >I\!It. nit.u'L a j-ix-cMii'-t,':nanttMtviiaa, one! to Now AT PALM I'.KVfJl.L l. YELLOW; PINE

as beginning in 312: B. C. nndl'llII. "'raSEFSp ,I'ii-n li-.t aiuluLo under4d.tscrlthaeotbeak-- ---- -- .---- -- ,.AM CYl'KKSS lUMBER'i
with the of In 104 lit'-.r anti tii '
ing reign Epiphanes s \ .ti.>m Ihc proiHT 11. C. The e!tau In tendering thisgift ti'f a inn, ; taas treatment ample a- I 0la"\ to handle the liest preliable Fruit
SENATOR WILLIAM 1'. ALLEN" .he aJtllU6 pC a clll\In of tI11" -. ,.,, and Vegetable Crates.
hll.iJlt. knostn. f.itiwatt', .
to President Jackson spit-hied that F"r,'V,T:8'>' .tr-.!.!!.J.NEWTON nest.1id :
The Leading 1I1T1I.\w.\n.-t fI ";. DI1'1. 1 K.. 1'lnenix Fire Applianceto. .
It was to receive his body after death. Is of the that to bo .. >t'.ntn'I4 IUI!
opinion ought
steps "
I jpccialist. Ji" ,country. lii"j.rao .. Ill 11'. 3lth :>t., X. Y.
The president was naturally somewhatsurprised ,7 tics has: h.Tn f, team larerthar
taken the .
by government to preservethe !t.m>r other qieciiili-tiLMiui'iiiiHL Uiscurfsof Estimates furnished for complete bills of
but in hIs response made one graves in which! rest the tints of 'Ke'.n iiii'.Iical-t.f diMja-i-a com.I' h.t\u-eu tin marvel al oi! )1.\"TlI:.. x.11,1:. lum rtI'nderandby *r to be delivered! at auy point on the
proft"'i"11 aiulti- ;
: I fo-le et-nerallv. Ilif ast Coast.Hodgson.
of the most deliciously tactful speechesin royalty in Hawaii. Mr. 'lark of Wyoming tuu b t" !Oprl'aII..I.. CMTTtoitu and every hamlet .
fhu-oatthrtcdxuhalllualuartfdrea virtue of a final decree offoreclosure ,
history, In which be said, "A bumble Introduced a rofsolmion for the Its"..n1I6 ill I'.I'r that. .tlit-v n..t'1-t: !I-eharesuuht tJ nadtLol.. rendered l h y the Hun. Minor S. '----- ....

representative of a democratic people preservation of tho royal lII:l oK'um at nit Iytieadniii-teru.t nt. Wreckf laiui-uutv 1t! ttt'ndtrtut lunicooie P\-t1'moftreat is. judge of the rin-uit court in and for :

is utterly unworthy to lie -in the Honolulu and the committee has reported coiiMiUationan;! m du'tn.'-, whoa tt-w n.otitlj'to hinifoi late Hit \:utl'uUl1tFlor da. on the lth day ofJanuary. Bros.
taI returued 1\1 L.m in iut titiTOUSLtalti to givtAil .\. D. 11+tN1. in a certain ralLe i iehaurry in
sepulcher of king, and I would fain IHm 11:1'
the im-usuro favorably to the : tIml.-
Diseases therein | coding; iu siitl court,
I'r.lI.ltll.l\\al t're..t
content myself with a less ostentatious senate. Hiring the reading of the resolution"M; ll,%"lw 1 to men* alldNea and thos"es wherein D.iuiel) 1 1'. Smith is e'tllIJl'l; inallt and Gtr x I:n\.
burial fellow ie'uhir ,) wntiien, a> F. M. -I\ lit .ulmiu .tmtur of the of
place among my country by the clerk little attention ('.A.trrh, IthettiuntiMU Kidny ComplaintF.ctema t well as a.i : etateJoliusTyler.tal.aredefeudautI JIEltCII,1XTS... '

men." The sarcophagus became the was paid i hy members of the senate, as .iil.iUforai4if' hnertneaud chronicdtsorders.Varicoceleand will. as
hr.llatttaaay't,. FlIl'rt'OIn the i"t,'i"ln'la"tt'r in chancery sell for cash to theh'isrheit
property of the goverument.r the unfamiliar words made it almost I atuii'iit of \ flCI>{,t'le and: and hi>t hiitdernn the first Monday] Eau Gallie, Fla.
May 1. 1840 the ship Sultana arrived Stricture. StricnueRlthonttiieaidfknit itl-March. ISHHI. the U-iua the'5th ; A h. ,
r unintelligible mill cause near knocking; or ratittTT iPL.-flnnienal. The -ame day of ..
in New York harbor. She was the first out the regain clerk hiiiis-elf. In the 1 mti"nt t.. treated I.r thl" method at Ills own home ..,aid l month, and a legal I sobs! d.iy, httween' \ (Minor Ins-of tune from busmes-s. This Is )hoursof lll'. in front l
the of
lejral "; the 1'.ll1t Dry Goods
ship to visit this countrfrom Miss, midst of the :trange phrases Senator: iHi-itively the only trt'dtUt'nt11.11'11 cures with out an ClothingDOOTS
t iperation. Dr H.ithawdcalls the vurticularatten house door in Tittisville. Urevard county.Florida ,
and in honor of the eveu't she bore from Allen caught the words "royal mausoleum. Finn of sufferers" fri-m \"..ricote1e and Stricture to all the folhmins deserihwl land lyina \
? his Sud Said the imam ot i.ases27; ..SiiOand 1 31 of his new book which will 16 iu ISievard at e ;
highness The gentleman from Nebraska E Case wt free on ap''heation. and U-iiiir county,, Florida to wit : A.MJ SIIOHS,
Muscat, to his excellency Martin Van hasn't use for anything bearing very Evervo 1"tO taten by Dr Hathawa, Lot 1. eetion 1C. township 35 south of rang: 'epted, ..
any Specially tnatweallun'-rhi6generalprreona' 40 east, excepting, therefrom lots 1 and i and lI.tuln"IU:, IaPAIXTS -
Buren, president of the United States, the royai label not even for the T rea t e. t that part of lots :H an.tI., lying went of CilOC'ERIESjP-
friendly) greeting and the following articles bones of the dead kings and queens of him. are prepared from the'nan"allrf'mf'd't'"u'4-db purest and l*>t dnits: in, Flurida East C'oa. IJailwsy: company's rig htIIf ,\u OILS, ETC ecwr.

as presents to the country: Two Hawaii, and so at the tint opportunity bl-.own and all from uboratories criecial prej under Pr. flathawav make* > land made by I:. H. BUfl'lltit.'ollub'\ Steam Launch fur Charter
Arab steeds of famous breed a brilliant to his feet, lodged an objection, n< chHrcefnr consul- 'Utveyt'f.
sprang LOW tation or advice either at his office or bj and on record said emiiifn. ad" .I, d.frieiu
gold mounted javelin, a string of and the resolution was laid over.Representative Fees fttc vets\\hen a of medic the one Invi III...) excepting! the ri' antdatahd e- ,'' __ I"

150 pearls, two single pearls of large, Dolliver of Iowa has sional services.J. all cost and profes sai-1 Florida Ea:>t Coat Kai, To PAj NT Good )Id'.1.u 1e ::' ,.

size and great price, a bottle of attar great respect for thin s ancient and NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D. ,,%) much thereof a: will sat.1EOrIr.; Ff rII; h i I h1 '1 1 oafU secured ..Ur _

of roses, a bale of four cashmere believes In protecting them for the enlightenment 35 I>r. Hathaway &Co., D. au r--rlt b'd eJ& llotlr:!; f /
Bryan Strt't't.
Savannah, G* Special y THE f "\ ...
shawls and five demijohns of rosewa- of future generations. Mr. MENTION THIS PAPEK WHEN" WP.rTIXGt Titusville: Flu., Jan .r)!
ibscrlptlons to The PI"- eco S} '"
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l ", { : '" FLORIjA-STAR c .FRIDAY, FFBRUARY23l900.;: .

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# THE'FLORIDASTAR'. .About Davis') ReElection.The COUBTENAY. I

:i E..M. Vhaley arrived home from Nassau '
Palatka Times-Herald is an :
last week. f
Entered at the postoffice atTitasyflle'as avowed advocate of the reelectionof : lAKINGj
: 'second-Claasmafl matter., Marion W haley and Frank Sanaa took
r Hon..R. W. Davis to congress, in the sights at Cocoa Saturday.For o )t
I' Ellis B.'Wager, Editor and Publisher and resents anything said againstthis POWDER
the first 'time' in two moniha-T

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. distinguished gentleman.We Samuel Sanders showed op in town Snn '
take pleasure in indorsingthe oLurELYEMakes.the
\ s
PER ANNUM: ; day.Mrs.
'75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS. sentiment' uttered in an editorial G. W.%Schayler, of the Indianola food more delicious and wholesome

in the Times-Herald in, regardto House, and her sister, 'Mrs. Thompson,
Idrertislng Rated Furnished
Application. on tenure of office in words as follows of New York, made 'a welcome 'call in HOVAl_ BAKING POWDER CO.,HEW VORK.

town Saturday. --- -
: '
'. i of Communications local interest,are on topics Bat the especially editor If party law Restricts the tenureof The Sunday and Monday cold snap Efl'ect.of the Game Law. shall we allow the feather fiends to exterminate -

reserves the right to condense them to suit. office in this district why does killed about three-fourths of the beans; them?
From the Times-Union and Citizen.
tBrief items of of the
neighborhood news always one-quarter of the Irish potatoes and Without the assistance peoplethe
1 L desired. r not the same rule hold good in the other vegetables, but only a trifle of the The statutes for the preservatiq of ourgame law cannot be enforced, and there

It must be clearly understood that neither first district? If it is not right orange bloom. and its protection during certain should be organizations in every neighborhood

THE STAR nor its editor is responsible foropiDlons that a representative should serve seasons have not been rigidly enforced, to watch the poachers and bring

.' expressed by correspondents. more than four years in this district Aunt Hanna and Uncle Bill McKinley but the effects are so'plain that we may the pressure of public opinion to bear on
did the
.not Gage people's temper correct
Subscribers will confer a favor on THE why was it considered proper when they them an overdose of hope for the operation of a public opinion the officials.Will our readers act? '
_. .. STAB if they will notify us of any failure to gave now that will force the sheriffs and
. ,': r receive their for Mr. Davidson to represent the Standard oil, but Uncle Billy, having '
J paper. the boards responsible to obey the law Frost Bites and Chilblains :_
; "* M *" Mi"*' *** first district in congress for four such nice sweet hay in his barn, made it
; '
hereafter. Whether these officials
f accept Banner Salve the most f
: IT is not creditable to the last teen years ? There is a fine dis- into a Nicaragua treaty, which was at the current view as to the beneficent Quickly cured by in the world., B. R. :-,
, first relished but when the stock laid I healing remedy
, i k legislature that it failed to follow tinction here that adepts in political down and commenced, to chew the cud effects of the law is beyond thequestionthe Wilson & Son. -4

;::: the plain established rules of procedure science would do well 'to ex they found it nauseating 'and threaten to laws are on the book, and'their en-

',,.') in passing laws to be later plain. The first district has never spit it out. fqrcernent is a part of the plain public Aladine: When I marry I shall select a ':
duty devolving on those who accept re- man who resembles an arc light Mae:
discovered by the courts of the state 'limited the term of a representative AN APOLOGY. ;,
j P- sponsiblity and the emoluments that go Gracious! In what way? Not go out at "
: ,. set aside for careless omissions. and not believe that The total value of our week-day suit with it-action should follow as a matterof night and. never smoke.-Chicago News. :E-

:: The cigarette law long. since was the people of this district ever had being $1, we are very careful not to make conscience.But .

: ,* knocked out, and now.the fish law such an idea. The right of a mem- light of others garments unless of the there has been no wholesale G. H. Appleto",justice of peace, Clarks-

.: is being similarly dealt with. ber to prolong his stay in congress ultra-dude ttyle, and, therefore, humbly tion of the law-quail are not Viola-I burg, N. J., says:' "DeWitt's Little Early
Risers are the best pills made for consti-
apologize to Mr. Freeze for the comparison quantities, vension has ceased to an
,. ...... depends entirely on his ability to I We others." Quickly cure
: pation. use no
--v of his big black hat (which is of the export,. and the fishermen have been
: all liver and bowel troubles. B. R. Wilson -
well and
. '. THE Kentucky situation appears serve faithfully regulation style) to our bean patch after taught that the law is their friend. Game & Son.CHANGE -

: r to be in a fair way to a peacefuland. whom he represents. There is his flight. He took it, as a friend of thelayer has not been so plentiful in twenty years, I, \

nothing in political jurisprudenceto breed intimated, that we were and the sportsman is now one of Flor-
prevent his remaining there until trying to poke fun at him, which was a ida's quotable sources of revenue. Let

i contestants will agree to a case in a knowledge 9f his wisdom and long way from our intention, as we will the good workgrow.The At the regular meeting of the board of .

.T court which covers all points at ed to puff the good man for his kindnessand farmer must new realize that he count)-"{'ommissioner for Brevard conn:1
of the
issue, and upon the decision of the worth reaches every part fearlessness in making good roads on has an interest in upholding the law and ty, convened Tuesday, Feb. 6th! 1900, I t

\ court in such case the matter will country, and even extends to the those portions that heretofore receivedno proving by his vote that he wants the the following described boundaries of .+. !j

;!" rest. That is incomparably better uttermost ends of the earth, or to attention because remote from influential sheriff t6 do his duty, too. Insects are Eden and Ankona precincts were adopted :

: the heavens above as to that mat- gentlemen's premises. As our one of the plagues of life to all summer :. ::41
than reaching a conclusion with ter. It would be well for the oppo- motto generally; is multum in parro, we residents and workers. Why not l let the On petition the boundaries of Eden '::

t : the aid of guns and knives. nents of Mr. Davis to present something said "flew"* instead of the stereotyped ,birds war upon the bugs) and worms? In precinct,No..10, is hereby changed to readas

r ... phrase "made a flying trip," and con- this line a flock of quail in a garden is follows: To beginat northwest corner '
; tangible before warm weathersets dense items in other ways to save space, worth ten men; the song birds are insectivorous of section 30, township 36 south, range :;1
..c THE Savannah News says that in an argument against him and omit the and seldom refer )
.; names and always on the watch; 41 east, running east to Atlantic ocean,
the news from Florida, that the or- that is worthy of consideration, those that have caused us to hold ani- why kill our:friends? The plume birds thence southeasterly along the shore to I i

anges have not been injured by the and not a vade mecum that savors mosity against them, except occasionallywhen are a standing attraction to our visitors; south boundary of Brevard county, j

-i- cold, is very gratifying. Another strongly of a neocracy. the political. i pot is steaming hot thence west to southwest corner of town .
, .
.;:\:: freeze-out of orange trees, like that -- we put on the boxing gloves. We are TO CURE LA GRIPPE IX TWO DAYS ship 37 south, range 41 east, thence- I

,. 'j \ of several years ago, would be ana:' Beef In Florida. sorry the gentleman is so color-blind and Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tanu rs. north to beginning; and that the voting ..
near-sighted he could not see our two All druggists refund the money if it failsto place be moved from Eden to Jensen; and
!-" tional misfortune. The probabilities That the south should rival the acre bean patch east of the road, but we cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature on that, the same be published according to 2
; now are that the trees will .go admit having one yellow orange tree oft every box. 25c.PROPERTY. -;
west in the production of beef cat- ;
through the winter without injury. of about GOO, caused by a pond standingin law.The boundaries of Ankona precinct, '
tle is the of Mr.
' ;-. .. The late cold snap retarded any opinion Timothy the road nearby, which is now filled, FOR SALE.A No. 18, is hereby, upon petition, changedto
L Miller, formerly of Illinois, and thanks to the good man, although some read follows To northwestcorner
flow of which have started as : begin at
sap may now of this state after having others are not so dark-green as they Valuable Place at Tropic. On Merrill's
of section 35; township 35 south,
upward and so long as the sap is might he, caused by our poverty on account Island Florida.
studied the conditions in both sec- range 40 east, and run east to Indian :
t- not flowing the danger not great. of our selling goods at the merest This is the 1 river thence the
tions. For many years previousto place, Tropic, very cream southeasterly along
. _._, - his removal here Mr. Miller was trifle profit and the advance of $1.20 a of the tate for climate and roil; the firmer river to the point where the south boundary -

' :? THERE is some talk of Senator in cattle breeding in his ton freight on fertilizers, while ministers as the name indicate?, lieing really of section 20; township 36 south,
md the world's folks pay 4 cents |per tropical, and the latter equal to the soil range 41 east, strikes Indian river, thence
-: Henry Cabot Lodge, of Massachusetts native state which business he lIllIe, the nice little lawyers, officeholders '
4 of Cuba. The freezes of the past hjive west: to range line between ranges 40 and
; as the running mate of President conducted successfully. His opin- and their-folks ride free because they failed to injure any of the groves here, 41, thence north to southeast corner of

McKinley in the approaching ion, therefore, is that of one who own and run all the political machinery and the mot sensitive vegetables are section 12, thence west to southwest

campaign. The WashingtonPost knows what he is talking about 'n the state. rown and shipped to northern markets corner of section 12, thence north to

J says that the mention of theI' from experience as well as obser- each winter. I olfer my home place of northwest corner of section 1, thence
Fish Law Unconstitutional. 91 acres in Tropic for sale. Location, the west to northwest corner of section 2,
senator's name is not distasteful to vation. The climate water and
: very best, broad front on both Indian thence north to point of beginning) ; and
administration leaders. The Judge J. B. Wall of the circuit court
nomination feed of Florida he ,
says, are capable awl lamina livers, comfortable dwelling that the same be published according to
of Lodge would be apt to of producing the finest quality at Tampa, declared a part of the fish law' (plastered), outhouses;; artesian well, or- law.
unconstitutional The decision
increase the size of the Democraticvote of beef. Between the Chatta- Saturday. mire lemon and grapefruit trees and bananas -
turned several hundred men back to their
I both north and south. The hoochee river and Pensacola thereare work. The operation of the so-called fish hl'aring.n opportunity to get one A Monster Devil Fish

last time the "force bill" was before millions of acres of land, Mr. law had almost stopped the industry of the handsomest places in the whole Destroying its victim, is a type of con-
at lets than \'al1t'lld'e s,
!state s-tipation. The of this"murderous
\ Senator fishermen claimed that IIill power
Lodge there The
was that be -
congress Miller made
says, may (;. F. ENSEV, malady is felt on organs and nerves and
the sponsor for and strongest ad- the; finest cattle ranges in the wro county was enforcing the law, while Tropic, Fla. muscles and brain. There is no healthtill
of it. His radical other counties were not. They said a.oon it's
vocate partisan- world, and these acres stocked overcome. But Dr. King's New
ship as shown at that time and upon with Hereford cattle to their as they went into the waters of Write Munlotk Cure To, Atlanta, Ga., eneloMiiir Life Pills are a safe and certain cure.
ca- ther counties they were arrested, and so ; 2 cent stamp for free sample of ilurKxk's Best in the world for stomach, liver, kidneys -
L'I,: f other occasions, would bring pacity to furnish feed would be hey were all out of work practically Catarrh I'tire or Hyler's Dyspepsia and bowels. Only 25 cents at B. R.

out to the polls many stay-at-home equal in every way to an equal When Judge! Wall declared the law unconstitutional Tablet. TI'prnrl"e to cure every case of Wilson & Son's drug store. 1

Democrats. From the Democratic number of acres in Illinois or else- hundreds of small boats catarrh or dyspepsia.

point of view the Republicans almost immediately put out from Tampa Weekly Weather Report.U. .
where. Experiments which Mr. Hyler's! Dyspepsia Tablets, pleasant, A
might do worse than, to nominate Miller ha bo far made in this state and were soon scudding! away to the fishing easy-; to take, and give permanent relief. 8. DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURE WEATHEE ,.

.. Lodge. grounds. :W day treatment, $1.00.lailetl on re- BUEKAU.
show that the beeves are "finishedto
ceipt of price.McRlOs.
1 the of the market." He tta. Co. Atlanta Ga. Comparative statement of temperaturesand '
top Ci'RE
ChautatHl1Hl neg rainfall for the week ending Tuesday..
1 THE scandalous article recently thinks; highly of cassava as a feed Melbourne chautauqua regatta will beheld Feb. 20, 1900.

: published by a New York jour for cattle, and says it holds out Melbourne: foatl1layIan'h: ;3rd: FOR SALE CHEAP. DATE. MAX.1900 MIS. M.\X.1899, M.

I' nal, attacking U. S. Senator Talia- the promise of great possibilities to commencing at 2 p. m., and sailed over a Improved place in LaGrange. Three Feb... 14. 76 6S 59 39l3.

ferro and State Senator Rogers, of the people of Florida. By using double triangular course of about 10 miles, acres pine land cleared and fenced con- 72 05 72 SS
taming dwelling! horse: with kitchen and 16. ,9 61 78 67 ,
the dock sails not restricted .
\ \ this state, in connection with a cassava two month in the winter opposite city ; lining room detached, and storehouse.Joo 11. 79 00 69 55 ;I
4 be cd. No ; "
'\1 \. well known and promim officer and letting the stock feed on and shifting ballast may u1 ( boat shall more than three men: 19. 52 31 68 61
/ \.i of the U. S. army, turns out to be the native grass during the re- carry line with in Tinnbull hammock, four acres cleared .. 20. liS -12 69 56
acinj* length, take water onetlird ::11111 fenced. AlumpriiperU will br foldIn
4it a mere political plot, intended to naming eight months of the year of overhang; added; time allowance, ,') ':ap Part cash, ''al'inct'Dii time if de- : Total rainfall for the week.1.00 inch.

,04 : injure the gentlemen mentioned the best results are obtained. n seconds per foot per mile: one class, j,1.ddn"s II. A. Carlile. LairlIlt' !I week Departure plus .37 from inch.the normal rainfall for 'the

) ; S above. The attack has fallen flat ....... .",.. entrance fee, $1. Three prizes will be __ ____ 1 1I I II I Departure from normal rainfall since Jan.
and wide of the mark intended jven at the rate of tiO, :30 and 10 per cent Ut, moo minus .61 inch
very THE brief stay of Mr. W. J. Bryan
.if prize money with the entrance fee 1 HAL P. HARDIX,
for the people of this state have: in this state for a few days has idded. Boats will IK- started firm one Observer Weather Bureau.

'.. \. I too much faith and repose too much 'given Florida Democrats an opportunity :run start, having a live minute preparatory Kodol i i Jupiter. Fla.--.-Feb.- -20-1900.---

\. confidence in both Messrs. Taliafer- to demonstrate their loyaltyto gun. Judges apjMtinted: J. 1 K, :M i It hits the 81'0t.

\ ro and Rogers to believe any statement the great expounder of Demo Iod4on, J. Minor and C. J. F. Camp-
: When suffering (rem a severe cold and I
; ) that they would enter into cratic and their jell. !
principles, great dyspepsia Cure your throat and lungs feel sore, take a
I ah agreement to defraud the government pleasure in entertaining this distinguished "The Better 'art dine of Foley's Honey and Tar, when the .
'" :sureness will be at once relieved, a warm
'. f j or any person. earl' party leader. WhereverMr. ")valor is discretion." and the ettri part of Digests what you eat. :grateful ft el ing and healing of the parts '
pleased to learn that Jay G. Holland : hay had the Disease -
i \ Bryan the opportunity treatment of disease prevention. Itartificiatlydigsts the food and aids jtlected will he experienced, and you i
K the man who made the afli- of visiting he has met with an ova- originates Sarsaparill.i in puritiri nn|>uritus the in blood.the People hloo.llpool's Nature in strengthening and reconstructing will say"; : "It feels so good. It hits the J.

davit regarding the alleged swindle, tion. Thousands of people of all who take it at this s UMIII siy they are kept the exhausted digestive or- spot. Guaranteed. B. IJ. Wilson &! !
healthy the year round. It is la>rau- this It is the:latest discovered digest- on.
will be tried for perjury, and that political faith have been to gans.
eager medicine expels impurities and makes the ant and tonic. No other preparation ------ -- ----- ----- '
prosecution for libel will be brought hear him talk upon the national lood rich and health-jiixin can approach it in efficiency. It instantly '

'I against the publication printing issues of the day. There can be no All liver ills are cured by food's Pills. 2:c. relieves and permanently cures CASTORIAFor (

I the Holland article. To show that doubt in his mind as to :Florida BE HOOD TO Yul'ilSF'LI and po.nlo Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Infants and Children
the plan was a carefully premedi- Democracy being in favor of his your friend" ,,'twn011 treat a friend Sick Headache,Gastralgia.Cramps andilloUierrehultsofiuiperfectdigestion.

tated affair it is only necessary tog nomination. whiskey, give him tbe-be-t. 11.11t1'Eltwhiskey : The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears I

Holland ... is the bevera.'e: for your friendand Price 50'.nnd1. Large size contains 2V times
%te that the article was - <
J for you. SOLD BY LoII'Y.IotIow! : small sue.Book all aboutdyspepsia! mulled free the7f
.'.: "t-f mitted to Ex-Senator Call first THE Macon News says it has ritnsvilfe, Fla.WAXTEDUClJt. Prepared by E. C. DeWITT & CO. Chicago //
1 "Before it was published, but to the given away during the past year man or woman to trav- S-l I ',;' U. I:. WiUon cc MUI. ,

1 t 'uctredit of Mr. Call he states that he 10,000 worth of space and typesetting ': salary &5 monthly

s& ttv i vised Holland not to publish the to meetings, charitable entertainments and expenses with increase: position
t permanent; incite self-addressed stamped L. MOTLOWZ
l"me. Senator Call disclaims hayI etc. This kind of nvelope. )I.-\X AGEl:, 330 Ca\tou bldg.. .- _
-- --
: 'VJ.g had anything whatever to do generosity is what keeps newspaper -

for a ith the matter. In the event that .m*\011\>t "" poor. Those ho charge FINE WINES BRANDIES WHISKIES

en h
u. yet lear"who it was that he r} sin tIe I m 11 1 ive freely. ISE'fto.ron j r

""Vedt ( v \\1 of Florida AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
> estnuts. ut of the k9Ue pa-

1 t( toiap'I I t1 "In r sister state.ot I Chirago.'I special: attention given to mail orders. COCOA, FLORIDA P
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F' will be. heavily" taxed" whicheversidewins far as the long, full lower portion Is ) -

8 ZOENEflFTH[ r ;W. ,.-and in this they 'are probably concerned. A yoke, very high collar .' -.j .
-- ". .. -':" '' -- : :: --.:-- .. :.:-::' = ", .. :- -::_'-:" -= = ::::-..=..=':' -1
right If there had been no mines, and large bell sleeves are of rich silver .

there would probably, have been no and cream colored brocade

!! L ) ,. war-at least not .under the present A decided novelty Is seen in 'a tea NININNNIIgNpIII11fl4NHINIUNN M4tInNMYNRINRMw+?
TOWNS FULL' OF- REFUGEES" circumstances, and nobody except the gown made,;of cedar colored'cashmere. ftI' "

.. FROM THE FRONT., owners see any good reason why the A glance at illustration; will show .

mines should not be made to pay the how It Is arranged. The trimming con- ;

:Boer Spies Take Advantage of the bills.: Should the Boers win the mines sists In many rows of narrow velvet ( ) s of the British/ will be taxed to the point of cVmflsca- ribbon and a, line of white cluny 'In- For Infants and Children.
Mine Owners Will Be- Taxed' .For tlon; should the British win the matter sertion. The whole garment Is cut In BU MHWB BMBHaKBMMBM BBHBHBU HB (

fi' 'Wkr Expenses Whoever will be discussed at greater length, but three pieces, and all the dressy effect is

fBpeclai < Wins.t John Bull will never let love for South' obtained by the arrangement of the The Kind{ You Have
C rrespondence.] African mine The
owners counterbalance trimming. sleeves. are as tight as
CAPE TOWN, Feb.. 12.-If Americans his disinclination to Increase hom6 they can be worn and are strapped

: t: :think they'have a monopoly ot yellow .taxes, which all the world, Including round and round with the velvet At Always Bought '

Journalism, they are very much mis himself, knows- to be too high already.CECIL the shoulder there are draperies made AVegetablePfeparationforAs- ,

r.- taken., Cape.'Town la flooded with extra Horn; of crepe de chine In the same shade as similating[ theroodandRegula-

'editions of'old papers and new papers .. the dress and fastened with a round ting the Stomachs andBoweis of Bears the

,_ without number. Single sheets "I think I would go crazy with pain gilt ornament Another pair of sleevesare .

'i >
: paragraphs are hawked about the writes Mr. \V. H.- Stapleton, Herminie, pair of deep cuffs than sleeves, as they '

.' streets day and Pa. "I have been afflicted with rheumatism haag off the shoulders completely, beIng -' t Signature'PfomotesDigestionCbeetFul
night They sell for a
for several years and have tried remedies sewed only to the under arm. Velvet -

penny and are dear at that price, as without number, but Pain Balm is ribbon straps go up over the shun nessandRest.COntamsnCltl\er of '

they rarely contain any actual news. the best medicine I ever got hold of." der pjmimMorphinc nor Mineral. .
This town is full of refugees from the One application relieves the pain. For There- was a very splendid evening N'oTNARCOTIC. .

seat of war. The uitlanders. for whose sale by B. R. Wilson & Son. go.wn made for a lady In mourning. ... J
alleged rights the British are fighting, The skirt was of silk warp Henrietta, .

: are here In thousands. The reason with a complete covering of English oI'OltlIrSAMV/ZPJIr'JEIl

x' SPRING I A AND D SUMMER fU8. crape. Around the bottom of the train Pumpkin Sal oS

1 were four box plaited ruffles of crape, Mx.SennaPtpperraiat '

\ What Fashion Is Prescribing For headed by a ruching of black chiffon. F.edEelleftliA,1irc SUil I n
The waist reached but
Women to Wear. to the bust line. .
I irl !Jg '
"' From there up there was a sort of ..
Warn hid
[Special Correspondence.] -
*f guimpe made of dotted Clarifitd II
i in *
NEW YORK Feb. 20. : Today veiling ; ,. .
: -[Special ]- \tfatayrssn n. .
fish net squares. This was open In ; 'use
6'_ w a swell dressmaker told me that
-; front in V form and was apparentlyall for
fi! Ape Remedy Constipation -
; only were plaited skirts to be fashionable -
:,: :, in one with the long, tight sleeveof Sour 5 to mac h,Dlarrh ea,
. -, but draped skirts would be the veiling. This reached down like \VonnsConvutsionsIeverish- ,

I Is: among the best liked for spring and mitts. Nearly all coat and jacket ness and Loss OF SLEEP. : 0 r iverThirty ;

summer, even among the washable ma- sleeves are tight and set in like a ..

Ii terials. Very many dresses and even man's coat sleeve though some are lac Simile Signature of '

L ,. t, gathered a little. Elbow sleeves are wi. !

t\- often seen. The trimming on all of Years'J'
;"1.:>. 4, .a them is optional. OLIVE HARPER. NEW YORK. J

"., ,;.:: Glad Tidings to Asthma Sufferers. ,,. P
I j!
I ,. Foley's Honey and Tar gives quick and r1 1 1iff
If: :- positive relief. It is the great remedy CAST

i for diseases: of the respiratory organs like I :

J: asthma, bronchitis and hoarseness.Wilson B.II. EXACT copy or WRAPPER .. .1..1.t1 i

\, & Son.
..j.; ""'''' ': h
WIlL: _,:_ : --- : ,=:: "' !:" .,:!, ,: _::-- "' -j, : i'
',. ,. I More adults die of kidney trouble than
\ r J %% 01 than any other disease. When the first !
r y symptoms of this disase .
fa,' ,".. appear no time
.y. .!', !1't should be lost in taking Foley's Kidney ; v3tl iSlriz; il; itn iJjiijiliWiiIi ii'rtGizt ZtZ iitiitiYlSQt 31TJrr&>I
i Cure, which is guaranteed or money re "-

1):" FRI ."DS 4T THE FRO T.J ISC.I funded. 50c. L'. lt. Wilson & Son. i SHIPPED FREIGHT PREPAID. If .

;. ,r they are in Cape Town is that there is it WHAT to Pi*.,... t
.and HOW to Flint !t. |
are those -lookinl trophies ,
no place in queer ;
South farther
!! Tens
from all
MlIU'UTAI you aboat it and describes over 5JI1UVI
the firing line. It is said that fully tyY "the Filipinos wear around their \ lALu JM varieties of choice fruits and flowers. I> '
160,000 people have left Johannesburg.In necks? asked the raw recruit. "Them'sthe :!i RIj! [ Oranges, Peaches, Plums Persimmons, ;:
i u / medals for the century runs they'1e ( AND SHRUBS Figs, MM'bcrrks Nut Trees, Grapes, ,
the absence of fresh news from made during the war," replied the Kansas J CrnsnuntM Trees, Roses, etc. t. ,t

the front, there is much interest in such] t1 It \'olunteer.-Philallelphia North Amer All adapted for Southern Planting Ii \
incidents as transpire. One of the latest ican. Also a Complete Stock of Field and Garden Seed and Fancy Poultry, *

_ '. reports is that the British soldiers .....Everything for the Farm, Orchard or Garden.....

bare been mistaking Hocks of ostriches A Night of Terror Hcgh.CratSo Goods and Lew Prices Our r ln to. f.c ,
for troops of Boers, but the distances

have been so great that few if any o f- 4R "Awful the brave anxiety Gen. Burnham was felt for, of the Machias widowof 3 Catalogue Free... The +Griffinj Bt'QS. Io.,

the valuable birds have been killed. M e., when the doctors said she could not ; Nurseries and Test Grounds PCfflONA i'
':'\' In some instances Individual ostriches ;4 fS live till morning," writes Mrs. S. II. Lincoln MURSZRIZS

t" have come into the British camps and who attended her that fearful night. at Maccleniiey, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. t .

f'- made friends with the soldiers. 'All thought she .nut .t soon die from i taTRTr 4tis n T.' !P.T. !TTT.ITT1sTMS! !.PNF! !PTRNMMM! IMt !tt! e

The quality and effectiveness of the pneumonia, but she begged for Dr. King's M--- -- -

: Boer scout service are the marvel of the New Discovery, paying it had more than t ;. _
once sated her lift and had cured
f. world. The first descriptions of it were her of
'ti'. (' crude and conf'ulJIption.f1'r three small(( doses she
underestimated its manifold slept) easily all night, and its further tie
network. A letter from a German officer "
completely cured her. This marvelous
with the besieging forces outside of .. medicine .i:; gnaranteul: to cure all throat, ff

1?' Ladysmith has fallen into the hands of chest and) Inns diseases Only ;dOc and $1. -q f

+.. 'the British and Is published"here."As = Trial bottles free at IS. K. Wilson:. & Son'?

, '. you very well know," he says, drug store. IWAXTEDHon J

"In many instances the English are a -_ i = 4/( f

practical people, and in the matters (' t man or woman to trav ; .
' which concern them privately they exhibit ) lOu'e: salary $ITi monthly(
a shrewdness and an and expenses, with increase; i>ositioiipermanent
energy : i inclose self-addreed stamped ti
i which are remarkable and Vorthy of ,0 i
l envelope. MANAGER, 330 Carton bid r.,
high praise. It is the more remarkablethat Chicago. II.I

in matters with regard to the practice NOVEL TEA GOWN. 1

of war these good qualities desert long, wraps are laid in plaits and stitched OA.l3TORT.A. ,

them. In this extraordinary war the flat on ono edge. So far those plaits Bears the The Kind You Nara Always Bou lit

manner which must be incredible to cloaks are not deep, perhaps half a
those who have nature
not been here
for themselves. see Inch but this is so arranged as t j

"When the government at Pretoria cause the'garment to follow the ou Your Money.One .
line of the figure slightly, and then
t had sure information from Dr. Leyds fullness is left to flow out and form the box of Tutt's Pills will save \,
that Lord Salisbury and Mr. Chamber-
something like a full ruffle. Another dollars in doctors' bills
lain had made their plans for sendingto many ,ft
way is to have the plaits, laid into a
Natal re-enforcement of some infantry will all diseases
flounce and not extend quite to the surely cure
t battalions. Colonel Kohner late of
'I + the Fourteenth Field artillery, and myself edge. This gives a very novel fullness of the stomach, liver or bowels.
quite impossible to describe.
went down to the Blouses] TRI-VVEEB.LY:
English colony SA.ILINGS
) cloaks and even hats are No Reckless AssertionFor
( and remained there until a week after __BKTWKKNJACKSONVILLE ____ ,
the issue of the ultimatum by President narrow stitched plaits. sick headache, dyspepsia.malaria ,
o The blouse waist is also folded and AND NEW YORK
Kruger. Thus we able
were to
stitched in tiny folds in varying angles constipation and biliousness -
bring back a useful report upon almost Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.;
until really this style of
every point affecting the trimming a million people endorseTUTT'S The finest Steuushll's in
resources organization is almost to be classed among the arts. the C;oasdvisc Service.Tin '
and morale of our futureopponents. Some dresses have side Liver PILLS
fo' panels made of : ('I.\"H: xiw l:\(: '...':\ U A.\D soi"7iiinLIMS J
these narrow lines of stitched folds
I j \. "Although we lived nearly three or ___Direct 1
Service ____
tucks and no one would ;go astray who --- Between
-I p month in Ladysmith, Pietermaritz- puts them on her clothes. THE Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, and all eastern points. i
burg and Durban, we, strange as it BOOK OF THE YEAR. t
I The next new fancy is a regular Calling at Charleston: both ways.

does now seem were never: recognized apron drapery drawn around the front "The Bow-legged Ghost and Other Stories I SKMI-WEEKLY SAILIXGS.Soathlwiiinil ij
tj or the least suspicion raised
as to the
and up to the center of the back, whereit With an introduction _- -Fn.m Lewis Wharf, lo!>t'l1. __ XorJltlxmnd-Fn>m trot of Ho,au 5tt.Facksonrille. t
real nature of our business. Major -
'C., formerly of the French foreign falls loosely to the bottom of the America's by (MDT/S: 1'I'. JOi\S IIIVIIK L1MI.DF.HAKY >< .
skirt The skirt itself }
is laid in the -
) legion, was sent upon a similar mission greatest poet, I I 1' LINK.
plaits: described" above, antI this drapery James Whit- ,
to Cape Town. Being an Irishman is festooned across the front in drooped rombRiley.An "0 I !Icfue('ii .Iu'K'''omille and !-ianfol'tl. \.

he escaped attracting the slightest ; folds. It is an old style revived. illustrated of original volume Stllppiut| ; at Paliitka. A.tor, Ht. Francis. Ik-rt-sford (DcLand), Blue Springs and other ) j
inconvenient notice. Truly the humorous iutl'l'lIlIliat..- landings: Empire styles are struggling; for ascendancy 4 St<-irKHKirK! DKBAUY,'' ( W. _\. Sn
English are the mot unsuspicious of !sketches verse, s +6 %i-r. v\v, is appointed to sail as follows:
but the most that can be expected facetious para ; T.i'av.' Jicksonvill 3:30 p. m.. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. ,
peoples under.the sun. of them is that those) to whom graphs ana col i Leave .Ulfurd 9:00 a. m., Enterprise 51:30 a. m., Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. \
The heroism of the women of the loquies. A book -- -
such a style is becoming; will wear: that will not t1 SmithlM.und. SCHEDULE. \
Transvaal Is not excelled + Northbound.
by anything iisapr.sir: *, the t x
them and they certainly: are graceful, J Read di'wn

... "f r .In history. There is indeed a deeper made as they now are with modern innovations reader:::kr: .. ;,:. ta nervunexplored K; f :-, Leave.. : :30) pm____________ ---------- .Jacksonville______--------------.-Arrives Read 00 J
.V'Vng among;: the women than among end horrtor"1n 4:> |ion-----------------_---------Palatka-- ____
.. -'Leave
; which! add to their effectiveness. : u ------------- 8 00 pm "
e'Jnen. Seven sous of President and gr i .. :; 4111 am ------------- --- --------- _Astor-- ----u__ ,_______ ..
Y a Quite a lot. of iiu-royable collars Sell of huiaor. [j li I :alt :Ull-u.n--___St. Fr+m'i----------------------- 230pm
A'. y. Kruger, all the children they have and revers are seen and they are put A book to be nl i[ -_u__________-_ -uu .I Uet.tnd------) I 100 pm 1
I ,ng, are actively engaged in the war. upon (coats dresses and rea.dal'Jdand '';'b--- "" .? 0 oo am--___-_--_ ----__--- ____-_Him: 'prings-----------------------: 1200n'n 11 .
evening 'wraps enjoyed 00
,. is related that when the call was indiscriminately r>ur among. Conbfrs "Ths RcR-lrgged t or probably where "WhenfiPnds 11'ti 9! ;!.i am----------- __EnterpriM-___ __ __ am ,
a de to fight the mother called her Ezra Smg first l1.. they 'becoming. :Sleeves: too, are Cou1<1n't Laah." "l'o:' !; Titles of Futu ----
t k 's to her and with her own hands of every possible and imiwssible sort: Books"," "&lling I..ocks "Sott-urns E. B. WAGER, Agent, Titusville, Florida.: .
toned their coats. "Go, my sons," Fail, "Rotietyctrcss S,'' etc., etc This fin
back long; onus to low necked gowns and edition bound in cloth printed on extra tinpaper General Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla. :
said. "Come in victory or ,
short oije.* 'eWbigb i ones. Whole yardsof ,and absolutely the best humorous book put .
chili ,
p; ; un Order at
once. Send fur illus ,
our new special State St. New York.
ere are already reports of dissat- Relf "" ; trated catalogue mailed free. Gives the low .HI 20-l.\\'est Bay St.. Jacksonville: Fla. \, :
e on one kind ando you C. P. LOVKLL, A-st. Fla.! SIII.t.. .T o. L. ; t ,
'on amona rench and Germangold an"I' th est prices on all good books. Address all orders t Superintendent;, .
ffire so tight one can't Font HojaTHKO. ; Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Foot Hogan Street .
lders.: and diamondthat hi! I Goolr "" v e theater or ball: THE WERNER COMPANY, (i. K<;IK, W\: (. P. CLYDt & CO.. Jacksonyille.Fla. -
l fatllihert and M nnf ctareri. Akron, OW Traffic Manager, General
their propertyV Wr ,,lM 'f"I .liberty satin, asedinsu (The Werner Company is thoroughly reliable.-Ewtor. Cbesebrough Building, 19 State street, New York Agents, .

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THE FLORIDA plants reduce if Administrator' Notice. Florida

the tariff on their products were All persons having claims against the estate
"- of Ephriam F. Adams,late of Brevard county
Entered at the postoffice at Titusville as reduced. When congress undertook SOCIETIES,ETC. florida, deceased, are hereby notified to pre- Central & PeninsularUnexcelled

: second-class mail matter. to get the prices for armor !sent them to the undersigned properly auhentieated .
TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TBADE-M. S. i within the time prescribed bylaw
s-" E1U B. Wager, Editor and Publisher. plate reduced the manufacturers of Jones, president; J. M. Dixon treasurer; J. or this notice will be pleaded in bar of Railroad.

steel goods pretended that they G. Bast secretary. Meets second Wednes- recovery, and all persons owing said estateare
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. day night in each month at their rooms.F. hereby required to make immediate pay I
were taking contracts for,that class ment to me this January 1st. 1900.

I' 8DBSCKJPTION, 81.50 PER A3JNUM; of goods at prices which left them & A.:M.-Indian River lodge, No. 90, holds JOSEPH P. BROWN I I service from Florida 5 5to

: 75.CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS. its meetings the second and fourth Friday Sheriff Brevard c nnty. Florida and ex- i all points .. .. .. ..
: little or no profit. evenings of each month at the court house.A. officio administrator of the estate Ephriam I

'" Vdvertlslng Rates Furnished ou There is no good reason why the A. Stewart W.M.; J. Mendel, Secretary. F. Adams deceased. North East and West.
Application. Titnsville Fla, Jan. 5th, 1900.
duty on steel products should not INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.-R. E. Mims L I Two trains daily between TAMPA,

r. :} Communications on live topics, especially be almost wholly removed. It is Captain. Drill :every Saturday night at Administrator's Notice. JACKSONVILLE SAVANNAH and
..'1 of local interest, are solicited. But the editor 8 o'clock, at armory, over county jail. i I COLUMBI4, carrying Pullman Drawing
. reserves the right to condense them to suit. apparent that the protective tariffis All persons concerned take notice that six l I Room Sleeping Cars, cannectiug at COLUMBIA
Brief items of neighborhood news always CHURCHES. months after date I will present my final with sleepers forWASHINGTON
desired. not necessary to secure the wages accounts and vouchers administrator of the

American_ workmen when owners estate of Harriet L. Wilson, late of Brevard
.\ It must be understood neither Florida L. ,
clearly that county, deceased to Hon. D.
Rector. Services second and fourth
;; THE STAR nor its editor is responsible for of the great iron and steel com- Sundaysin Gaulden, county judge of said county and BALTIMORE
month at 11
each a. m. and 7:30
i .'.- opinions expressed by correspondents. I panies are not satisfied with a legitimate Sunday school every Sunday at 9:00 p.a. m.m. pray. to be discharged from A. S.such WILSON.administration. and PHILADELPHIA.NEW YORK.
Subscribers will confer 'a favor on THE profit, but wantan annual Administrator.

f c STAR receive if their they will notify. ns of any failure to profit of from 80 to 160 per cent. PRESBYTERIAN Hughes pastor. CHURCH-Rev.Sunday school 10 John a. m.A.; Titusville, Fla., Nov. 3rd 1899. Also with CINCINNATI ASHEVILLE.sleeper via

paper.Bell's Thus while the Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer
I Republican -
party Notice.
I meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. You are
r does not dare to take steps to invited to come. All concerned take notice that six months

Point Against Gage. cut down the tariff on steel : after date I will, as administrator of the estate "Dixie Flyer" Through Sleeping Car
r pro- BAPl'ISTCHUBCH-Preachingat Titusville of Roswell A. Randall, late of Brevard Route between
Representative Bell, of Colorado, ducts, there is just ground for the second Sunday in each month,morning and .. county, Florida, deceased, present my final JACKSONVILLE and ST. LOUISvia

made a telling point against Mr. belief that it is looking to these evening. Prayer meetings every Wednes- account as such administrator to the Honor
z day eveni: gat 7:00 o'clock. Sunday school able D. L. Gaulden, county judge of said Lake City, Macon, Atlanta
Gage, secretary of the treasury, last same great steel companies and every Sunday at 9:45 a. m. Indianola on county, and pray for my final discharge from Chattanooga and Nashville, .
#,; week which is the fo'-rth Sunday; LaGrange on the first
quite likely to attract other industrial companies for such administration.
1. Sunday. E. N. BELL, Pastor
connections for KANSAS CITY
} a great deal of attention. He funds and JOSEPH P. BROWN,
\ : campaign subscriptionsto Sheriff and as ex-officio administrator.This CHICAGO and all points in

i--- made the inquiry why it was that retain it in power.CHANGE METHODIST CHURCH.-Rev.J. E. Mickler December 15th, A. D., 1899. the northwest.
the Pastor. Services first, and third Sundays in
money belonging to this government Through service between Jack
'" sleeping-car
i each month 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.; Sun-
(: was put on deposit in OF RULE. day school each Sunday at 10 a. m.; Ep- :Notice to Debtors and Creditors.All sonville and New Orleans via River Junc- 1

; national banks where it is loaned worth league every Sunday at 3:30 p. m.; persons having claims against the estateof tion aud Pensacola. j
Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7:30 p. James D. Andrews, late of Brevard county. i
'. out at the ruling rates of interest, How the Term "Per Standard Crate or m.; Ladies' Aid society meets each Wednes- Florida deceased, are hereby notified to pre Full information application to any agent '

i Jf.r without the payment by the banks Barrel" is Applied. day at 3:00 p. m. Everybody welcome. sent thenticated them to within the undersigned the time prescribed properly au-by of this COWl any. .1

to the government of any interest RAILROAD COMMISSION', STATE OF FLA., } TOWN: DIRECTORY. law, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of A. MACDONNKLL, L. A. SHIPMAX, J

such ? TALLAHASSEE, Feb. 9th, 1900. recovery and all persons owing said estate Gen'l Pass. Agt. Ass't Geu'l Pass. Agt. ,

oJ on deposits Note No. 2 of rule Xo. 18 (publishing TOWN OFFICERS.-A. D. Penney, mayor; are hereby required to make immediate pay
Mr. Bell showed two ment to
: me.
}1. S. Jones Jr., marshal and tax collector;
t First that in about state in Florida Railroad commission exception C. S. Schuyler, clerk and treasurer; John JOHN MCLEAN, A $4.00 BOOK FOR TScts.
every sheet) of rules governing: the transportation Henry assessor; D. L. Gauldeu F. A. Los- Administrator of the estate of James D. .

the Union the money of the state of freight is changed to readS fol- ley, J. M. Dixon, W. R. Knox, Jno. R. Walker Andrews deceased. The Farmers' Encyclopedia.
councilmen. The council Jensen, Fla Feb. 9th, 1900IASTEl
is deposited in banks within the lows: meets first Everything rtainipg ;
Tuesday in each month.
and the receives inter- Note 2.-The term standard crate"or to tie affairs -
state, state "per ::\ 'S SALE. of tie farm,

est at the rate of about 2 per cent., "per standard barrel" is to be appliedon COUNTY DIRECTORY. Under and by virtue of a decree of fore household stock raisiflt Embraces and-

and, second that at that rate of in- packages as follows: closure and sale entered in the circuit court i articles on
In the shipment of peaches, pears, UXTY OFFICERS.-D. L.Gaulden.Titus- for Brevard county, in a cause wheriu John r the horse, the colt,
terest the government would re- plums and tomatoes, the package must vile county judge; M. Goldsmith Titus II. Hogan is complainant and John C.Willsey, horse habitat diseases
'. ceive much as $3,500,000 an- vine prosecuting attorney; A. A. Stewart et al., are defendants I will oiler for sale in of the hone,
not following dimensions: ,,7._ the farm, grasses,
Titusville clerk front of the house
circuit court; J. F. Woolsn court door, at Titusville. ,
nually if it got the same rate of in- 10xllx24 inches. ,Cocoa, tax assessor E. W. Hall Sharpes during the legal hours of sale on the first e ti 'I+, l ing.cookery fruit culture,health dairy-,

terest on its deposits. In the shipment of cantaloups, muskmelons tax collector: John Henry, Titusville, Monday in March. A. D. 1900, to the highest !r. j cattle,sheep,&wine,
cauliflower the treasurer; J. II. Sams, Courtenay superintendent and best bidder for rash, the following real poultry, bees the
, While it is true that it has never or package must public instruction; J. O. Fries, Ti- estate, situate in Brevanl county, Florida, to- I dog, toilet, social

.. been a custom to exact interest on not exceed the following dimensions: tusville, county surveyor J. P. Brown, Ti wit: X. W. i of the N E. 1 and X. J of !\. E. v Ei life, etc., etc. One.
of the
12x12x24 inches.In tusville sheriff; T. J. Cockshutt, LaGrange, 1 of:\. E. 1 of Sec. 13. T. 33, S. K. 39 E.. containing most complete

f government deposits, there is no the shipment of celery, the package registration officer. CO acres, more or less excepting, how Ii pediasinexistence.Encyclo
the ever, out of the above tract, the right of way itr A large book 8z5 Yt
good reason why exceed the dimensions
government must not following : of the Florida East Coast ,.
iif ::UXTY railway company. x 1% K&
L should not receive interest on the 12x18x24 inches.In Titusville,chairman;W.H.Sharpe, Sharpes; M. GOLDSMITH, VVV pages, fully bound illustrated .
money it deposits with banks, and the shipment of all other vegetable st'XCt'pt Jos. Mendel, LaGrange; Jno. Houston, Eau Special Master green cloth binding
( eggplants and in boxelxI2xi Gallie J. Waller, Aukona. Regular -' and
squash ; sessions - -- --- --- equal to
the time is not too late to
present are held first Tuesday each month. other books costing
as shown in rate issue Xo. 9)) (4.00. If you desire this book send us our cpeciil
and if McKinley
it Mr.
: inaugurate and small fruit, the standard crate is VUXTY SCHOOL BOARD.-J. M. offer price, $0.75 and 80.20 extra for postage and
Dixon A we will forward the book to If it is not satisfactory
was not pandering to Racillgac you.
t inches.
Titusville; S. F.Gibbs Melbourne: return it and we Mil exchange it or refund

:: money powers he would even nuw The aforementioned ions packagesare _. _- --- -- your money. Send for our special illustrated cata e '
logue the lowest
quoting on FREE.
instruct the secretary of the treasury estimated to weigh 50 pounds. If any "Is your husband a courageous man, Vi'e can save you money. prices Address all orders to

to charge interest on government of the packages shall weigh in excess of Julia?" "Coumgl'ous' He went down FOR THE WERNER COMPANY! ,

-t, this tabhhed weight of 50 pounds, street and told my dit-ssmaker positively PublUheri snd Manufacturer Akron Ohio.

deposits, but he dare not do then the rates provided therefor may be that she shouldn't make my btreet gowns $50Full (The Wrner Company is thoroughly reliable.J-Editor.

:- so for fear of antagonizing them increased propoi'tionately.For trail."-Detroit Free I'ress. -- ._ -- ---- --

; : and incurring their opposition: to the shipment of oranges, lemons, What 50 YEARS'
Prominent KeiitiickUn .
'; .: his re-election. It will be remembered ,jules and grapefruit the standard crate is Sajs.W. V EXPERIENCE

I that when Mr. McKinley 12x12x27: : inches and<< estimated weight! of L. Yancy, 1'aducah, writes: I had working drawings and instructions for t
building Racing Catboat that anyholly.'anhuill1
i severe case of kidney disease and three3ftime
the standard barrel crate is double that of to cost, complete, $50. Sent! postal
was a member of the hou e he best plnsicians of Southern( Kentucky -
: the standard: crate. incntioniijthiaiai) >fr, for full particulars
I !scored Mr. Cleveland's administration treated me without success. I was
For the shipment of pill( a 'plt', tie induced to try Foley's Kidney Cure. The Suhwriptiou price $','.00 per year, 25c' a cop
for the banks have the
I r letting standard crate H llxll'.xM:: inches and tirbt bottle gave umnediate"relief, and

use of goyernment money without estimated to weigh SO pounds. The three bottler cured me permanently. I Address THE RUDDER PUB. ('0.. TRADE MARKS

paying interest, but now, it seems, capacity and<< eMmuted weight of the iladly recommend this wonderful rear Murray St., New York City. DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS

standard barrel crate is double l that of .''dv. I;. 11. Wilson & Son. - Ac.
his views in this respect have Anyone sketch
sending a and description may
the standard; --
crate. quickly ascertain our opinion free whether
underwent a mighty change. If Effective February 10th 1900.( United Garment WorkersUnion 111, invention is probably patentable. CommunIcations an
River SteamersIndian
: :-g strictly confidential. Handbook Patents
-- ----- Syracuse, composed of and entirely Indian sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
chanting Hii'eied by wumrn.H Patents taken through Mann & Co. receive
"There is iu> little enrmy." By taking -..---- tptcial notice without charge, in the
!mil's Sarsaparilla now you may'build up River and
ptititle Bay Biscayne Scientific
your la'alt h and prevent serious illlt'ss. >M'f Jlm rltan.A .

, I A Lesson In Protection. Expel the noxious jerms of dyspepsia Inland Navigation Co. handsomely illustrated weekly. J.arllestr.

t ThelIIl.ri'au Federation of Labor ha from the system, absolutely cuu-s the culation of any scientific journal. Terms |3yenr a
t In commenting on the vast profits limited !>;00 to the! Cramp strikers in- disease and causes: the htomaeh to furnIsh Operating a hue of steamers between ; four months, |L Sold by all newsdealers.

l : made by the Carnegie company i'liiladelphia. The men are fighting for healthy blood for tissue and nerve ROCKLClMiE. on INDIAN RIVER, MUNN & CO.36tBroad, New York I
and PALM 15EACII. on LAKE Branch Office. 25 F
the nine-hour workday. :ouilding. 1I>\>peptiride thus ditiers from St Washington D. C.
\ the Times "It "
Philadelphia says: WORTH touching at principal landings -
other remediesj. B. 1:. Wilson Ion.
\ i h not pretended that they have betwlenthese i>oiiits. BOOK AGENTS WANTED FOR \
ladies-For relief of Chester'sI'an.y
} robbed in acijuiring their \\oinen, Route via the INDIAN RIVER and the grandest and ffeteu-eclling book ever published,
anyone Tabletsoith theireight in 1
millions." .old. A salt- and certain month! y regulator. LAKE WORTH. Pulpit Echoes

Mailed on receipt price, $l.OO.
Theie ia: better of
way expressing
( .MfKiHK-K Cn:.: Co., Atlanta, (,ia. The passenger accommodations on Ml LIVING TKl'THS FOR HEAD ,I Ml IIKAKT.
it. Through the action of t the both steamers have been increased Containing Mr. )tUIIU\Io, h..t vnn. with i.eDThrdLu
;;:>turat,Inndeuta I't"rooutU lxl'r&cucc.clc: ,u tulf
Republican party, with ithi! h Tax aud they are w ell equippetl for the ]
Assessor's Notice. \r 8 V tourist business.Exallent Ell ). L. Moody

protective tariff( men like Messrs.Carnegie : .
I will be at t the Ii,110\\ ill places at the AJ1I..lf.. With! acomplete history ofhislife by Un.('II 4*.F.
meals served board .
Frick etc. have Sn ''a'V. : I on ..0. l'a>tor of Mr Moody 1'hic.igu I'hul'<'h fur he 1fa rand
Phipps, : l.itt-s named for the pmpote of assessing/ q V steamer* at reasonable prices. an Introduction b> Kt-v. I.\'M4.N AlfBol'T, U. U.
Brand new. 6P,flNvtif"llll illiatratrj j'IooImurt
been enabled to put their haw! 'axefor the year 1HK! ): A :h.> f" WA>TKI; )-Men and \\omea. Oy'Nalci
SOUth-boumd. North. -lxnmiu iuimtnse-a hirvert time for Azents. Send for terina t
far deeper into the pockets of the 1'rnt't'Llull', :Monday, Fd'\1 i iIriiKn -- ----- A. \\OliTUlAtaO-M \; CO., lliutfurJ, Cvua.

people than they ought to lie permitted TIIl'- St. Sebastian Jan. 1 .19'IOSt.. Sebastian
V U'aveland "
to do. Wednesday! 21I'drn l '
:\l"IlIt! : ', Wl..11I'SI ;. .V V HAIR BALSAM
The Carnegie Steel company hasa TlniiMl.iv: L'nkoua :!] ;alld allli 4am Cleanses tad beautifies the hair,
\ Fruiay LAXU1X- ? } lruu.utci a luxuriant growth.
-2.1;; ,
capacity of $:':">,11t i )((),OOll. ir. Frick, ritm-itl.i\-, atunla.-o T Never Pails to Restore Gray 1
Koit fierce, Mond.iy\ u I IIi 5.i' : Hair to its Youthful Color.
A :i'i t INI |I' in l.v Iul..kll.tllt.r; UHU a m Y .
d '
i Cures sea n A eue It hair tailing.'j
who has In'ouglltuit: against: )1r. White CilTlll'SlI. my, i-jFnrtII1"11111 ;.in |I' m Lliiu Gal he Arj 6 30 a mtKi : a V >* <- ii_vl l '"at IiNb_ M

A Carnegie for a division of the assets: I Thur: day, March 1 A ;- I' 111 LMelbourne --Ar! 6 M a mf I -
INI ,i m Lv_. u Jensen -Ar 7 t") P11 j
\ of the Company, says its profits hutyear \Voodley, Monday, ;) "Sweet Bells JangledOut in Oil a 111 LL- ..JupiterAr( 2110.. III

when prices were phenomenally I,t'\lII TiU'Mlay, Ii i of Tune and Harsh." en \p m Ar._Palm lU-ach__ Lv_1C 011" mi I [ $6.00 BOOK FOR ONLY $2.90Maker's :
:-'Ihatian't' *'
low were $21,000iOO) ( (), and IIP llay1 ; ahakespeare's
I Standard Horse and Stock Book
Micro, ThnrHlay: di '"< fiction fits thousands H.I H'T TO niAX: WITUOVT SliT I K i
he that it is the expectation of women. Tci-y are cross A complete pictorial
says iJriint; Fiiday, 9!t ponlent, sickly: nl'f\Us-a burden toll 1f Thi- time tal>le shows the times at tuc>'clupa'did! o':
'. that the profits this year, owing to Malabar, Monday, u: thirn elves and tltr families. Their If \\hielisteamers may be expected to practical reference !
which TIllman 1 sweet dispositions -r',1theyW.I' an iu'i at and depart: from the "I'\\'lal I r ; for bi pow nere. Tbubo"k
j t
the better prices are prevail- Tuesday, l:; the bo:1s"etm: u'\! cut of tune. lint i
arrival contains man
there. !lalltliu: ?'i. hilt their or dep.ii- I .I }
Melbourne, Wednesday i*a remedy They call use : '
HEm j vthmble recipes
ing, will amount to S42oOOUOO. dire at the times stated is not jru.iraitteed. ( '
Here we have an autltttithltivestatement Gallic, Thursday, i:, j nor does the ruliipaiiy holdusjHuisiblf s' f tuning hitherto, uuknou controlling 01 s

Tropic, Friday, ic; > McELREE'SWine itrif fur any delay tlr allY i iI' c and educating horses
that on a capital of 825-: Banyan, Monday, il! i 1t"I'IluI'm't.." arising -refrom.. i 1 briartnieutadevOte( e
; hufM''aU Ie ,
000COO. which i is probably t wit e lotus, Tuesday" ustine will Inil'ind ai4:
i o I Itt'oriana TinteaiiMr Stu a !sheep and;situr;
what the Carnegie plant cost; a ( ; \\\.tlIl'sd:1Y! i'i I 'i of Cardisi : in coiniiiis.sioii on the line i +,; poultn'. including.,t CL"illtun tb

profit of SO() per cent. was made last:; City Point, Tiinr ,! It ,'at iy in February.Me i I r 1:*: care of fruit tree1etc '

Friday, brings; health to the womanly .. i r 1,200 pages, eve
i':; with the Fl ruli
that the ; tnitrumiirrt J
.: .. ; and it is expected Htinlover! Ttie>day, 27; organism well and Lvalth there means 4't-i-t railway a.s (?.Illlw:,: = 1,750 illustrations magnified&.11'
'Iit will reach 100 poised nerves, calmness strength. ; v
a ing this year per Minis, ICtrlneM1a'! i s It saUTH-nor.ND absolutely the lines
arifut. honest : restores womanly vigor and power. and most val atlfarmers'
4 I Can any LaGrange, Thursday, -!!) i It tones up the nerves which stittVrinjf I..MU JACKSONVILLE: a. uttuit book in th

'insist that an industry which yields Titnsvillp, Friday, ;;:0 and disease have shattered. It is : 'uo"Kl.EPtiiJ:3; mNOKHI world. It also cot
tain* 17 special col
,I enormous profit should Cot-oa, Saturday, 31 the most perfect remedy ever de,;'ed ROUNDI.tavrlti'ILEIKF ored plates. If yo
iuch an
Canaveral : to restore weakwomen to perfect desin tLi book, sea
t Tuesday, April ;! ]
t of :
beiu-fit a protective health a- our special offe
ave the and to make them attractiveand ; -.1: 1p.ui. .
Blanks will be left at all the postollices .. price $2.90, and w
I.I.E 7-tt
happy $[.00 at all druggists. \niv .J.\{'Ko"I: | in
lr'iff? m 2 will f"rwardthetooto
I in the county for the\ of
purpose making For
in cases If it is
has been spec- you nc
Whenever an effort returns. J. F. WIIOTKN, ial directions, address, giving symptoms In turn- to COIHUMt with all trains, satisfactory, return i

't made to reduce the tariff on. steel .,. ,.-- -\s...........or. ,"The Ladies' Advisory De- tt.r the north a&dW"t.. and we will eChang
tot t poll. it or refund you
the manufacturers ol! he eIuctS'l' P-o.rtm.rp;::1 -____-_ partment," The Chattanooga Medicine (J. C. Cir.Hs, Secretary, general otlic-, bsmkbuililinj : money. Send for our special illustrated ratalogn

t e .ducts to \\'ash- !)'el\} the most etTtctive cure frl Co., Chattanooga. Tenn. ;. Augustine, Fla. luoting the lowest pnces on books, FREE. Wan 1. otIieem \11 liver trouhlpoI-the };EV. J. W. SMITH Camden S. C.. (}. (;, lLK\sox. Superintendent, steamboat ; save you money Address all orders to J
that they e Gods"- \\1 known says i-MMy wife used Wine of Caniui at home wharf. Kuckiedge. Fla. THE WERNER COMPANY,
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