The Florida star.

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

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ly cut in two. A third time the gallant He the tilt'; "
FROM 'illf E WAt young officer raised the flag, and this hole in the Hotel Indian River :r

time It staid where he put It. sack when he ,

t It Is evident, however, that modern l' was filling it. ROCKLEDGB, FLA. .

' JZ Implements of warfare But it was ,
have -
1 such little r
' diminished the chance of under a e Steam Heat, ElectricLights :'
HAVE HELPED THE BOERS. such hole that he J; t Elevator. Orchestra *
circumstances. .A
Indeed the -
daring s thought it Everything- : Sf'
t< frontal attacks which have been features wouldn't mat- j First Class . .. 'I

r Lord Roberts and His Many Narrow of historic battles are things of ter. Out of
E.cape.-Futility of Old Time the past. To successfully capture 4 that little hole CUISINE THE FINEST:
Method. of Attacking Intrench trenches In the old way now takes an : he lost his
V $3 per day and upwards. ;1I
meat attacking force ten times as great as t grain while '- : tJ
Special weekly rates.
t it toe
t [Special Correspondence.] the defenders, and such a waste of life taking market. .

, CAPE Tows would ruin the reputation of any com- .. tl
Feb. 13.-While the censor I It's that way 1 S. PTEOSKET": i
'- mander. Flank movements and star- ,
holds back important news of bat- :h with holes in '. r i

tles, the writers of vation are the only methods of captur- .: the health.None' "
descriptive articles Boating, Fishing, Hunting, Drives, Bicypling 11>
and the artists who make pictures are ing positions fortified and provided :'. are so -- - PLENTY OF ORANGES.Correspondence .

not Interfered with, and the war does with modern guns. CECIL HOYT. : small but life among the attractions. --

...pee' can leak out
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not lack graphic portrayal. A mechanism
A. R. De Fluent editor of the Journal 'of them. szs s252sxszz a e. +, _
called the biograph has been tak I've got a little touch of indigestion" Xi I s f
Doylestown, Ohio, suffered for a number I Stencils FurnishedMcGomb .
ing moving pictures of some of the says one man. Another says, "my t

fiercest fights, and perhaps the world of years from rheumatism in his right stomach feels a little out of sorts. It c:aonx iSiS2SiS2SiS2S ooocaocx'i5. 'S Sc= 625ScESZSasancacJOOacacaccxac+aQS r 1Ic'

will shoulder and side. He says: "My right is just such little things which if
thereby get a better idea of what neg- 1 '"
arm at times was entirely useless. I tried lected mean the total loss of health.
war really is than it has been able to
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and was sur- The one medicine for disorders and

obtain from reproductions of the great prised to receive relief almost immediately. diseases of the stomach and organs of I & Co. l' S
.. of the
'; The Pain Balm has been a constant digestion and nutrition is Dr. Pierce's ,
Every new development goes to show Golden :Medical Discovery. It increasesthe -
companion of mine since and it
ever ---- itlNE'VV ;
the utter Ignorance of the British and activity of the whole digestive and
never fails. For sale bB. R. Wilson
4 most of the rest of the world regarding nutritive system clears away obstructions '
& 309 Washington St.
Son. the loss the Lothsustains ,
the true condition of affairs when the stops by

war began. A gentleman who undigested or partly digested: food, pun- y ORS K
fies the blood from the ,
returned from Pretoria describes the: SOCIETY tiff IN 8 SRN DlfGO. from poisons resulting
imperfect digestion, and increasesthe make a specialty of '
dogged persistence with which the secretions of the ,
------- bloodmakingglands. N 11', i

Boers started for the front. 'It was How It Is Manipulated I5y Rowing Club "Golden Medical Discovery" !

:* marvelous," says he. "how smoothly Formed of Young Ladles has a wonderful record of cures of so- = v t

matters were carried out. There was called "hopeless" cases.
[Special Correspondence.] ti :
no excitement, no singing of the 'Volks- Mr. Thos. H Kuchsttl. of Henry, Lincoln Co.. : i i iI
SAN DIEGO, Cal.. Feb. 21.-This city N C., "After BEANS
lied' in the streets says having from inactionof !
no flag wagging.All and its people are nothing if not orig the liver ana all the troubles usually attending I I i
the men who turned out were stern such a condition for over twenty years and having II
and determined and inal. The young women, for instance, deluged my system with floods: of medicine .
were e
many han formed themselves Into a numberof from every available source and being only 1 >4 '
touching incidents I witnessed. 1 saw temporarily benefited thereby, i applied to your
clubs. Each .
rowing organization institution for treatment You 11\ :
,. old Commandant Kock and Judge take of instructed me to Favor us with I 1 part 0 f' uI .
adopts a Sag or pennant and! a distinctive : a coarse Or Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery -
Kock entraining. Old Mrs. Kock. a which I am now doing. Although unable ;I :your shipments. We .
costume. A light boat holding; nine to follow
strictly directions I have
motherly old lady them off. Mere will not expect you Cf
actual benefit from the few bottles have .II
girls Is used and a clever maid is elected I It;
boys pleaded to be allowed to go with taken so far than from all the other remedies r to continue if others ID' !
captain. She handles the rudder
together. beat r .
their brothers, if only to hold their us.
anti issues the orders.: Her word is Allow me to thank you for your prompt and L Ci
horses or wash dishes. What struckme courteo'is attention to my case as well as for the ?5 5".5i5"5iS25"osacaocx asacac2casa:252425252.SZ52R2S2S252525Z'25252R525 5'caocx5.
law. The other eight girls propel the goal: received from it." .
most was the absence of fuss and ,
boat with light oars.
excitement. AIAtD.erio"1.s
Han Diego has a safe and! commodious selling is peculiar.! For the Mini of $3 Agency -
The same authority declares that the harbor Here the ladies exercise, and U month a family of four will be supplied

mining companies have been helpingthe it is a fine sight! to watch the beauty ) with all the vegetables that they

Boer government, but whether they laden craft shim swiftly over the wa need. .\ choice of three or four and Monumental Marble Works
f, have done so willingly or otherwise he
ter. The rivalry between the different often live varieties Is offered. On NewYear's
r-, fails to make clear. "Before the war
. each is
. clubs Is intense. Knees ofteu occur day customer given a

.,i.. broke out," he goes on to say. "the capitalists when two boats happen to be going in present ranging! in value from '!:) centsto AMERICUo.

somehow got the idea that they :t.TIll'.
the and $
direction then
All kinds f Monument all kinds of Granite
would Ito allowed to ) ,
carry on operations ( -
muscle [is strained. On the shore, how- famous S\\eetwater dam can be
during hostilities. Acting on this and Marble and Cemetery Fencing. All work
visited small ,
ever, the strife Is fiercest. The different at a expense by a short
presumption, they'liiong before done in in a satisf-ictory manner. Correspondence -
clubs rl'II1'I' l'ntal'iOll'i social I ride. The structure is one of the largest person

the declaration! of war tons and tons of ;liiues. A membership; in certain clubs of its kind in the world. .\ valley, solicited. Represented: by

foodstuffs. Those are, of course, all
carries high prestige, and it i Is tte ambition surrounded on three sides by high
available at present, but have not been C. :E:. OO s.
mountains is inclosed in
of many girls to enter the more a narruw spot

touched since they are reserved for future select Crowds.1Clteu by this stonevill.. The water, whichis 105 Hanover St., J"aOl3LSOH.\7illO, F"1a. ;

use. In this matter the government a warship, ('ithl'l'UH'l'itlll or quite lll'utifulllnria[ ;; the rainy season __ _

has acted very wisely in regulating torl'igu'Isits this port, the ollicers and is thus stored and allowed to escape in:.\I) { :1:1.41) !
the of food, meat and flour +
price sailors find pleasure in entertaining the as required.: A large area is irrigated "-
being only allowed to be sold at a certain -
ruder from this
clubs proper escort the girls source.
price. There is no fear that the The lil'adll'slon the coast frequently Tablets
row out and inspect' the big guns and Hyler's Dyspepsia
republics will bo starved out for sometime i
stivwn with kind ofseaweed.
come back:, as a rule with a lot of buttons kelp a I.

to come. and souwn l's. One of the leading What are termed kelp beds WIII.T ins !{ n\ novi: ron OTIIIns

The people in the besieged cities are photographers in San Diego has the are three or four miles from the shore ('.\ \ in; UO.M: FOKoi..

beginning to suffer, but it is not likely pictures of at least a dozen rowing JUKI extend for many miles. Navigation -

that they are near the point of starva clubs displayed in his window. The is impeded at some points, as [in Tea.l: Mr. ('ox'" letter !below only one of thou.saiuls we have on tile in our office:

tion. It is known that the sickness in young men of San Diego have to take front of San Diego the steamer from Munluik Cure Co., Atlanta, Ha.;

Ladysmith, which was recently a cause sides in favoring the different clubs. San is compelled to go six HOItll'lIIl'n-lt is with ditlideiire that I write you. for I am not one who likes to find his

; of alarm has abated. A local factoryIs miles out of its way to avoid the kelp. name in print hut I !feel that in this it is my duty to those! who suffer and my gratitude to
When fellow has hot of
a a girlfriends
you to write :you what llylt-r's Dyspepsia Tablets have done for me. Six nioiithaago I gage
out excellent horse
turning due
sausages his room is apt to be adorned company tried to extract iodine up all hope ot' ever U-iiij well a din. -utti-red horribly from my stomach all the linn: &t

t which are both nourishing and palatable. with 1II1IIlult emblems. His preferences from this weed but the experimentfailed. times hardly able to get my breath. Had tried many phyraus-some said dyspepsia others

The scarcity of vegetables is trying a'.nl variable The kelp beds contain gelatinto heart trouble! others till catarrh of stomach-all dosed me but none gave relief. I don't
to the Luxuries beyondthe are as as know how manadvertised ui diciiie I took but still no relief. .\ friend advised Ilyler'sI.spepsia'rtblcts.
troops. aiv some degree, but attempts to secure
the wayward winds.In ; Without hope I got them and began taking. To n.y Mirprise they gaveiiiiinediate
means of the majority. Eggs arc I the harbor i.s an old ferryboat !sadly : this substance have: not met with relief and after tiling three boxes.' I am now cured and f'eliletter than I haTe

l' I lacking paint. The vessel is .th'tl to financial success. its :yt-.irs. Km-lost-d: find $2,(K), for which send! me two boxes; want one of them for my sister

WILLIAM II. RITTOX. and the oher, while I now tlvii't need them, I will always keep them in mv house.
a dock and is seldom used. The people fours gratefully, I!. F. COX. '
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here say that when the craft was first Size dotMi't indicate quality I IVware HYLKU'S DYSI'KI'SIA T.MJLKTS are especially prepaied for Dyspepsia In'ligertiotl -

ft ]: put in motion it simply whirled around of mantel feit and voitliless.siltvouVrtdlor ; Catarrh IIf 'tClIIIwhII"tipation, Sick Headache and all diseases arising

like a howling denish. There is a Hi-Witt's.) An infallible cure for pile! from a I)jonlt'ft'dtolllach, : or Lixer.Hyler's .

screw propeller at either end an-1 one and all skin dN; i-I''.. \B \II\ WlhnlOon.: Dyspepsia Tablets are put in boxes containing 30 days' treat-

t revolted tine way while the other screw
The I'aUe I'runt. ment. Price, $1.00 per box mailed to any addresson
round in direction.
went an opposite
"Those new people next door are nobody receipt of price.
.e Il Thi* story Is doubtless untrue, but a
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?-'"'.. [ tv.-r'ioat is employed to tow the old firrjloat in particular. :\1I"lnO1TIt. .; ('0., itlaiifa, (ia.
1l d 2i t, 1 "How do you know?"
when the ll'easloul'l'tlu 1'I'S.
1't "They try so hard to look like somebody
There are a number of Chinamen have used Ripan Tables with 10 much tat!.- I bu.-s been a great tuterer from con tlpat1o.

2: 4 here They act as cooks or howi, lug gave me any retie t 4 t
n move been troubled fur about three y a' a \\6h Sly f. ; a. 1 : .* and abdomen were blvated 10
or cNe are engaged; in truck farm Hi* Life \\l. "..mi.. what I called bllloj attack c<>mli:? on re.,'.il.iriy I i-i> u n',' w"-'shoe*on tuy fed a. OLly a loot
del -.:1 v :<,,'ias &.l"o1!. ,...ed In ou7dali
ingThe latter class live out in Mission once a week. Was toLl by tliaerest jj 3u j tai
:Mr. J. I K. [Lilly a prominent citi/en ofHannibal. .
bou. :.t some a: d looktafiuaj djecV-
that It wag caused by bad tenth of n cun I Lad > papt-r.
alley, a few miles from the centrr )111" lately ha.1 l \\oinK-ilu! Several I had the tfetii eztructel, but the ei- I' e.\. hare tJenthem; .,' ,,',.t three weeks and tlier

of the city. Here, with industry Tubules all ibepapers tat h& i no .,.iI ih i and I Of It a I tJ K:pans T.i' ,3. lam thirty-
and vegetables and[ fruit leliinsrof it he si"I wa t.ikenitli '
economy aretared. In them, but about alt weeks since a fnt-uU lu oM. l.-'o 1.0 oicu haion. oa'y my
In the summer the rivers of t\ihoiil| fever that ran into pneumonia. duced me t.> try them. Have: taken but two t.f the I houofhold d3tuj ar.d tuntcg my sick ha.ban'i.
\1 \' !uni s l U'canie hardened.! I wa- -uuak small cent bores of the Tabulei and tare Cali I lie has had the uroysy and I am trying Rip&aiTa' :
southern California dry up, llow underground no recurrence f tae"c s. Have never gtveu !.ules for him. He fees some better but it will
couldn't in
1.\'t'l set bed N" 'tliing ,-
r- awl their surfaces become up; toaiui'.nlal for aaytUiirf before but the pr,'ataip"Hil i take: some time hit hat been sick: so lang. Tot' I ('XL'c rtl'1 too! < >n di<- of l o\'d which I belles has been done me I may u.e my letter aid name a? j"like.:

i saud.wa.. tes. ?f roiMiiiiptitui, when 1 heard: ) "t i II)rKin' by U; ins Tabules !uct'i me t,>add mine to tie 5 rw baY Ooasiae Ctaaai

The land is cheap, but the danger ''.. New' DisCuveiv. One bottle _:\'I' many toktlmoniils jou doubtle Dace In your _

from sudden bursts of rain during " cnntiiiue'I puLeesslun now. A. T. DaWin. I have been suTerln!' ? from beadacbrislacu ever
; certain relict: I \ to ii-e it, anti
\\OUKI.Mi HIE UHii.mi. I was a little girl I could Lever rte< Ins
i nuinths is very irreat. The house n.,\\' am well and "iron:;. can't -:1\' too car T gj Into a crowded

3 J shillings a dozen a small fowl is miirli in it' pI ai"t:'*." Tiii, iiiauel'-: !i In I want words to inform of hkLust you, .t : *.-t.+ plrcewlthoutgetUngapraise

lt $. Uti.! I pumpkins: 1shillings each, ../-..... iiudirine: i 5I \-im-l aini l (iiirke-t ('131'1 of the btll-l1t"- .j bea lacbe, and dick at 027stmach

1 small vegetable marrows > Kii'.int Ta,I.' 'rs.' u.i:<,.naII bout
iu.Tat'.es. I aprofesblocui I ;
p Rip: C.M :
tin of jam UN. tilL; a tin of milk 7s. tilL, ; : I I'll"hie. Rfjn'arie: -. '->0 oe-N ami :fl i. nurse std I''!I". : ft a''u" of : :e who was

and tobacco :::- "! ; Trial bottles flee at ii R. \Vi!-on kv MIdri -" In tills prufessiunaclear "'., ; .J taiug them for catarrb
a box of sardines 3: shillings; :: r \ == I'
A ofwhisky 11&;...;,..;,; _: .. -- -. \ sinie. !E'.cry bottle g'rirantifd.! I '_' Sheba:
!.h) shilling a pound. case --X :
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... : ,' .' *, The modern standt* drasesheadvlselm0foundm'tf.umpieteiyI
was rallied for JH: :,. -:. -4-"',,;.=..!c:- !.' ,=--h.1. --:_- ."..J;L G .-r i- ',.:.. '_ .. :_ ... .1H 'T..u" t-f my cav st ,i "s t I I: ., Wt:..ku ttum t..i, and

All are now on Lord Uuberts.uperstftioUS ( :!" :; .-= K t + !1''C'I'U j.lJto'onc
eyes Bears B J:1r,. rand wn. xcilnnn.he ti and 1
_....T-- """" .,;..l.l--rftii .l the t Family .\ eUIIa.t October, and wID
he. like .... advice i.f Sir GB*>w- -v
\ think that !
people -- : .
( \;;, -.: -"! S.gnature rL'"G' er, Ph U.. 5'a N.-\':ark : > say they Cave completely
born lie killed in : I "it' : : ; ly cured my headaches
Napoleon, was not to ...c; I .4.;; of .,Jers' \ v ..fCIne, : Cures the.
v -? am
batik1. lie has had many narrow cscapes. I I : :i 1'.t:4 i ;.:::' I Rlpans lR'\.ks withjrar.dr.trts. I E1it-: .._,:;1 -, t.wen.V'DIDt yeah
!. l'' ; ': r "- ? -to" Via are welooic
It is related that on one otva 6- ,ti', II I" I ::rr4''t: life liEJoliVlIiUiS- 4 ... common very-cay .:' u> uiethi3WStlmonl.L
I. I" :;;' ; ...- *. ". to lIu. J. B&OOUTQ
sion he had :i ;'l'souall'nl'lIuutl'r with J' .
fI I .
''i'kr."" ':., I ..' ..,_ ..i-'_ 4 ill of humanity. ..
a party of sepoys. lie cut dow se\ei ,-- ." / (; ";Ji,1li :"-: "/ Mother was troulledwith <: t 0 _

al but a musket: to Rob : / heartburn and ....
finally one put $ f :
is i ... lleeplMs:.e-.". caused by ::J : TuaE .: 1IYI..n-1e&1-o1.1: bog ..
erts' breast aril pulled) the uiugcr. It !H\.f-. -i..r7..._. ,;' erect wits!
; ..:-. J" "-' -"" --::: ID il I.;sstlou: f.r a good! e' su pains la
mis-ed tire. At IJnlamlsbar he saw asepoy /, _.,.1, D..:," "earl one 'i1i.z- =. ;,
.. iiio stir a tae ."OtalRipan 0 an" r' mplalnel of till
the instant ;; ; -. -'- Cure \ l+ } .
bend him.1 ..
get a on /' ;.or [ Dyspepsia 111 the paper 10."v1&11.6: a '"i" lick"ul cot
his horse reared and received the i Tubules. She eat Ilia cbildrca of t.1t
SHETW.n'l': I>\\1. ,I daterminettgrsethem *V MaAg a:o do and what h*
bullet. 'd.tialan' l'IJII:l''ilh'lltly It.'I what eat. a trial was g r etI dU eat did Dot agre
(if thfM l Digests you 4 rillrii 'itaY4iylJ0y :
During the advance on Luckuow Roberts relle.el ty tit if use Wit!! t-tra. HawajtUln
like th:11tl'UI'II11'P \\hn-h. beiu-- I h lilt ,I It the fuud and aids and now takes: the and of saSron: color.
;art iticiaUy digests
and another otiicer were cut off rud. resisted \\w\ rain and ti.! I Tu':...!.'s regularly, B...e:keeps few cart.'nsP.lpanj R-alla;; com of the tim-.n'.as In favor oti. 1\
from the main body and rode for their un a : I Ratine Hi fctiviijitlu-nuiy and reconstructing Tabules In the h.usellJ8IYibhewl.ln..ttJewlth, KiJ-T-ibu.ej. I tried to' :i. K., ai-Tab.:* 11 .
tlt/otl.i hilt rest'IClblc the hun-i-s wl-.v'i: the exhuinttd: dige-.tiyc urI oat them Tho h-art'.urnanl: sleeple .utoS bare oniy relieved but actual1:: cured L.y >,.uu;,;* It' vacant

lives under a heavy lire. His horse were swept away. The Chinamen must ,I gans. It is the iattt discuvercddigest-: fllsdpp arei wlh! the InlU-e-.tlon whIch was! the head... vs have d'saipeAri'd: ; b-:wtl1: art he president, V
hordes f >r Ler Our wbl.le Ii-d c.n ...t.lOd be cer cumpialni of 1
was shot and several times while running I formerly so gr.\t.
make inciu-j while the Min bl"I I ant and tonic. No other preparation family take t.eT.bulcsr.'zu1aryespetdaliyaiter stomi-h. Heist .war'!.-hubby.facedboy. 'biwJIOcan be

as fast as his feet could carry caiiMtlniuls suddenly wine and quick[ can approach it in eitieiency. It instantly a hearty n.ftil My mother U nftl1tan: of age won :_;fur cn..e: I u'tr.bu.e tit U'pani: Tabale. -duties of \ .

him. he fell to avoid volleys tired at relieves amid permanently cure.Dyspepia .- alll113 I'nj.yno: the bcstof health and spirits ; also I am -.itloQed! that they will bex.eflt anyone (fro this
, lrul'n> !lIan. to IH realized. Mti hearty meal, an Impoulbll'.ty tefore she the cralle to old age If Uien according dlr OI Portions. -
him. During the same battle Roberts Indigestion, Heartburn,
E. W. Paid
ltu i-
Wlit. Uie C'liinamen tart in # sock Uipatu Tabulei AsiOS H. BLiusiJ.
planted a flag on one of the turrets of Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
iu'ss. t'.lI'y nun-has-e, a broken down
Sick Headache GastralgiaCraiups aud
the Mutt .Mahal. A shower of shot was
down wagon and pau-li it together.Cheu all ot herresults or i imperfect digestion. A. new style packet eontAlnlnz in lUPUS TABCLSS packed a paper carton without glut)U now for I

aimed at it. and it was knocked the pUKliuv j i- ripe, a pitiful ap.>lotry I'ru'oSOc.anJ. Larze&i/econtains2H i times a& some drul .:.ore.-roll. IF\\'orhf s Fai'"'l>i'"; .Jrt '" :.'uJ..j fur the p.r ud the e<<>DODI1cal. at thN
into the ditch. At great personal risk loam of the Ih&-cen' cur- a be tad by ia.i 1.1 ceaforytght oentl0 the aa.....
load into town. Book all uUmt U : laaikd free .
fur a horse 111'ius; a sue. j pc > irsetheJtr't: J exfeptrd
Roberts again placed the standard in Prepared by E. C. DeWITT & CO. Chicago CKHflCii COKPIST So, tP k-or ann'lecarr.nTL.uottrrwillbesentfor6n X1: to 2 J jbarbsZILop
The driver go about yelling ( .:l'-e- I Ja inTsayuamayaac J.OI.EY tk )1ener&lltvrfkI!<';I<'n. near .pr.tI a'tpaaay471 p. m. .'

position, only to see it struck again a I tables, ee-e-taMi's:" The method of. dui 1 ,'S B. R- W 1-n! oc > 11. Ml They'ey' Tttukandprolotgtie. 0"sgt'esralint OX}};, J R., .

short. time later& the stajf being! actual :t Collector",
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IS COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. considerable difficulty in getting the kite MELBOURNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

It' BBEV1ED COUNTY STATE BANK.-Do up. Once when up a little way it fell on MELBOURNE STATE BANK-Capital $15- ROBBINS :
j your business with the Oldest State Bank in the top qf Mr. Jones' store, and Mr. Sim- 000. J. H. Phillips, president; E. P. Branch, .
I Jsreyard county. Solid and conservative. mons getting on the roof finally succeeded cashier. The only bank on the lower river SlOP ---..

1 1\ W. L. IIUGHLETT, M. D., L. DANIEL, in getting it up from there. It had not and the pineapple region of Brevard county. :
i D. D. S.-offices over The Indian River been up very long however before the EAU GALLIE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 4 & GRAHAM

... Drug Go's of the stores Indian, the river leading country Drug establishment string broke, and the last that was seen HODGSON BROTHERS. Dry Goods, Ship iI ,

s of the kite it was wending its way ocean- Chandlery, and Shelf Hardware, Pipe and [ OllgIillffJ i I
'z $. F.TRAVIS & CO. are Exclusive Wholesale ward. fittings Clothing, Paints and Oils, Grocer
f Grocers and do not sell to consumers. They ies. Marine railway, steamer for charter. -VVYERS..
S", retail all other goods, carry a large stock, In an interview with Mr. Hindle on '
I competition. Wednesday morning, he told us about Will practice in State and Suited States

,;. THE TRAFFORD BAKERY.-First quality the bishop's fine new chair he is makingfor P. PLATTS Physician and Surgeon. Every cough makes II' Courts.
Bread, made of high grade flour, sent to any one of the congregations in our vicin Calls to any point on the river promptly your throat more raw
, address;also never-failing home-made yeast ity. It is a memorial chair from a fam- answered. Fo t Pierce Florida. and irritable. Every

i! cakes. Ice Cream every Saturday. ily in Xew York, and has engraved on it cough congests the lining !;I Abstracts Of Title famished lands

" GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable the dates 1853-1893. The word "Hunt- EAU GALLIE. membrane of your lungs. I! in Brevard and Dade counties. t

Store for good, fresh and reliable goods ington" and a large star are also engravedon Miss Steele, of New York, is visitingher throat
Ii. such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery it making it handsome chair.A friend, Miss Near, for a few days.J. tearing your I I
.. Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. a very and lungs in this way. I We have a large list of lands owned
priest's chair is also under con truc- A. Gilbert's large sloop, Princess, is and
Put the
, JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. tion. It is as yet a secret to which congregation being put into shape on Hodgson's ways. parts at rest by ourselves and clients.
Pleasant location facing the river on river give them a chance to
front. Rates f 2.00 day,special terms by they will go, and a great deal Our hotels boarding and
per of interest is manifested in them but cottages, heal. You will need some Prices for Unimproved Lands :
the week or month. ,
houses all full at this time of
lodging are
.< ,, help to do this, and you
they are to arrive at their destination by
$3.00 to $100.00 acre.
writing.E. per
March 10th, and the secret will be re will End it in

f : UP AND D DOWN l THE f f EAST 1 COAST.i Lj vealed. Taylor capsized in his sailboat Saturday We have a few .
opposite the town wharf. No
: ;: CITY 1'OINT.Mrs. damage. Agerscherrg I Residence, Orange Grove and Pineapple -
j i Brief Mention of Minor Matters Occurring ; properties in desirable loca

: at Our Neighboring Town. J. W. Packard, of Cocoa, spent Messrs. Booth and Stickney took a tions. Prices reasonable.
z several days in town this week.A. day's fishing on the Banana :Monday in

' COCOA. X. Mathers and I;. E. Caves, of the yawl Frolic.

Born, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Wettendorf, Tropic, are in town for a few days. Miss Steele returns to Palatka on her F FFrom -OFFICES-
: on Feb. 21st, 1000, a daughter. Mrs. Adam Dixon, of lixon, rode up return to her northern home at Patterson TIIUSVILLE and MIAMI.

it Mr. Sam Childs left Wednesday for on her bike Saturday afternoon. to thepicnic. N. J., this week. -- -

1\ Titusville, where he goes to do some Dr. C. G. Weld, of Boston, has dismantled EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.

' brick work. Dr. and Mrs. T. S. Bradfield receivedthe and housed his tine yacht at peclOrill

'I :\11'8.I.. K.. Hill was unite ill for several sad news of the death of their daughter Hodgson Bros.' yard, Ean Gallie, for the G. F DUN, agent,

days last! week, but her friends are Atlanta, Ga., Tuesday.Rev. summer months.

very glad to see her out again.: A. C. Sirdefield, after holding protracted Numbers our citizens attended the the first dose the r

r:. Kev. (i. M. Davidson conducted eervices meetings; here for two weeks, returned dance at the Carleton, Melbourne, on quiet and rest begin: the Florida A

I I' Wednesday morning at 10'jO: o'clock, Friday to his home Melbourne.. Thursday evening of last week. A good tickling in the throat
: it Ash Wednesday the commencement time was reported.The ceases the weak % z and
being ; spasm
Capt. and :Mrs.: W. II. Sharpe, C. L.
of Lent. Faber, Norman Carlton and Win. Spaf- tt.'alllt.'rt.. Augustine carried a ens; the cough disap ; \Western

;' j )Ir-:;. W. II. McIntyre left Monday for ford, of Faustina, were in town this week, number of our citizens and guests over pears. Do not wait for )Ieatsof

[l her home in Eau Gallie, after spending a si topping. I I to the ocean beach Tuesday. A very pneumonia and con K rI

I t week or twot.'ry, pleasantly in town, the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Banks, Mrs. M. 'enjoyable time was:! spent. sumption but cut short all

"f guest of Mrs. W. (x. Paterson.Mr. M. Banks and Mrs. Dr. Mitchell drove to Messrs. Near & Taylor are drilling an your cold without delay. 4icy

Harry Cole, one of the engineerson Cocoa Tuesday, here they spent several artesian well for Mrs. Barbour, of Wai- Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pec- i t4 % llillds.

; ., the steamer St. .\ugn -tll1t', spent Saturday I hours seeing the sights. den cottage. Mrs. BarUmr has one of
and part of :Sunday; with Mr. A. G. the handsomest homes:! in Eau Gallie. toral Plaster should be
The young people gave a fish-fry :Saturday ;
and family in North Cocoa. overthe lungs of every per- Titusvil'e.' Florida.FOIL. .
: Weinberg on the point. Although rain Mr. A. S. r-otti-fiml, of Palm Beach, 1I
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Mr. Wm. Undle received on Tuesday's I I sjxjiled most of the afternoon, a good spent a few days in Eau Gallie this week son troubwith a cough,

; express, a fine chainless Crescent bicycle. time was reported by all. aiding his sister i :Mrs. Seott, to ship her ...
Write to the Doctor.Unusual
a fine whel furniture to her new home at Lake City. \
Any gentleman wanting Misses Edith Herbert, Mazie :Marshall, A Shave and a HairCut
. must not miss the opportunity of getting The steamer Spartan excursionto i opportunities and long px. -- -
I' Georgie Marshall and Uussell Hutt, who gave an peneiict uiMiriitly uu.tiify us furgivnit I

i one. are stopping at the Hctel Indian liver, Melbourne Wednesday eve. Many of frealy ali you the medical particular advice.i PI your Write e*-e. ... GO TO....

' Mrs. C. W. Crabb and daughter/ Edith, liock'edge: : \H visiting friends in City our young people went down, taking in been Tell u with; what our your Cherry experience i'ector Yuu has =.-

l Titusville(, came down Saturday and Point Saturday. the church entertainment at Educationalhall. will cost receive a prompt reply,without Carruthers'Barber

spent Sunday with Mr. C. W. Crabh. -- Address,DR. J. C. A YER. Shop
} Lowell, Ma s. \ ,
They returned on the 5 p. in. train Sun "('alt'h the opportunity." By taking }[11I1I1'* Right Rev. Bihop'm.. Crane Gray
i None but work-i
n day. Sarsaparilla now ;you may build up your Archdeacon B. F. Brown were the / experienced. and TITUSYILLE' .

j While running along on the tiling health awll'rc\llt serious illness. guests of J. E. M. Hodgson Saturday and j I I satisfaction itiiunipiuywl.guaranteed perfect....... I| FLOnID.I \.
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wharf afternoon Johnnie I'aterson Sunday. Bishop:: Gray left for Fort1'ie1'l'e
Monday ,
J. L. 'AEBfTUEES, Proprietor.
the cake in the cake walk. The costumes I
, stubbed his foot and overboard he Sunday afternoon. _____
were all worthy of much praise. The
J : went. Besides getting a good wetting he :Mrs. J. S. Gaines is visiting her father C..1V. McNab, Esq.: is fast )gaining in supper was delicious and( when the dancing L- George Peoples, '

l was all "o. k." in a short time. and mother, :Mr. and Mrs. Geo. SauN, at the number of hSh caught, and will soon; ceased it was with a feeling of general I .

Mr. Will Kitcbell, of Kau Gallie! who Osleen.Mr. lead the Ii-t. His last catch'a six satisfaction that the merry party dis ,r Old tiilteu-i TINSMITH

\ is first engineer on the stt'alllt.'rt.: Augustine W. C. Howes went to Jacksonville large) trout cauht from the Eau' Gallie persed. The steamer Spartan brought dot/no buil.lina.('ar next -- ---,- -

came up to see his old friends Sunday on a business trip, returning) river bridge. The weight of the catch down a party of sixteen from Eau Gallie.SEI.tSTI. rntbers'WarblntoD barbershop.Ave.. ---- --'1-ITl'-VILLE, FLA.Tiusiuithiu I

Sunday, while the boat was in port at Tuesday.The was 3jJ I Ibs. ._
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Rockledge.Ve were glad to see ?. Rooting. uttering and all kinds
very Many of Eau Galliu's sailing craft will
Cold wave of Feb. 18th Ilhl'er)' ; .\N. I of repair work promptly attended to.

him. little damage here; in fact, no damage; to compete for the prizes at the regatta on M.Knox visited Melbourne last I Work from down the river solicited.. ......
Mr. and Mrs.: U. L. Mullen, of Chicago, orange: tiee :Saturday next under the auspices of the week. I
arrived in town Wednesday of last week. Melbourne chautauqua.\ The steamer -- ---
:Mr. and Mrs. .
l: have returned
:Mr. Bullen is partner in the wholesale Day :Silver King; of the Banana river route, Brother Law is attending; to church!
jewelry business with :Mr. B W. Jerome. from a \H'ek'it to Palm Beach and will run an excursion Melbourne: and duties at Fort Pipl't'thi:; week. ge Trees
Rock ledge.Messrs. .
They will remain in town for some time, return tut the day of the! race. Or. 1'iattof Fort Pierce, was in town ora

the guests of the Jarvis (House.Mr. : Cabell stem. and Geo. Carpenter St. John" chinch was consecrated Sunday during; the week, attending to profesional -

and Mrs. U. L. Bullen, Dr. and l of Osteen, are here helping put by Bishop Gray, of :South Florida business. i Grafted and Budded----
the mill.
llrs.IillolMrs.l Jarvis and :Mr. P. W. up saw Jurisdiction, assisted by Archdeacon
The school children celebrated Wash I on 4 and 5 year old orange roots.
Jerome were among) the excursionists :Mr M.: U.1 ('rei hton hay been in Baltimore Brown.: Rev. Taylor.of Melbourne, \\a- ington's; birthday! with patriotic songs Grafts j to 1 inch diameter 4 to 0

Tuesday from Hockledge to :Melbourne tor the past week, attending to also present. Theel''h't.., were very and lecitations. The programme wa- I feet, well braiu-Le t

(leach: on the steamer :St. Augustine.i Impliesinterests there. illll'rl' !oin'. All the members of :St. well gotten up and greatly enjoyed by all. CaD supply the full wiug varieties: !

J They report it as a very enjoyable affair. The grading of the side track for the Johns in Eau: Galiiu were I'rt.' t.'lIt.fter
:Mis.Stuart after l
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s-pendint some KfBY BLOOD, )
1 Mr. Jerome saw mill is neatly completed. Mr. J. T. the services the reverend gentleman de-
I' \ This afternoon a younggentleman very pleasantly !here with relatives, left ST. MICHAELS.MEDITERRANEAN..
t of Chicago, will arrive and Lyons has charge of the work. iin l't-tl a very interesting: sermon suitedto Moir lay for her home in Arkansas.: !She .......]..tti '. S.\ ..oRDS

it\ spend the rest of the season with us, a Mr. Ralph King; was down from Day- thi.-otva-ion._ __ h'_ __'_ will l Ire greatly missed by her many 1 DOES UKAPEFBITF.. \\1

-j ''\ guest of the Jarvis House.11': Jerome tona Ia-t week with a party of hunters, )1 EIlmn\: .. friends.<
is the son of :Mr. C. C. Jerome, and stopping; at :Mrs. J. Sumtueriin'g.: I The best trees iu the state at any price.
j nephew of Mr. B. W. Jerome. Both :Miss ii:. Hopkins! spent last Saturday Those wanting a really fine article should t

I. ;' gentlemen are very well known here. Mr. N. J. Lewis, from Fernandina, and :Minday at home with her father Frt'o Sets! Transportation I order at once. ;: .
who i is to be superintendent of :Mr.Civighton's .
and sis.teis.The .
I :Mr. Andrew Sullivan: and wife and saw mill, i is now here and :Superintendent C. L. Myers, of tin |I: day Will l to>e graft prepared to order for the any next tiers sixty that

( \1 r. 15. \\'. Gallagher, of Brooklyn I arrived I topes to bring.his family hnrtly.Ir. steamer St. Augustine! took an ex- Florida division of the Southern .- J may be niiiiivtl| to till orders for
last :Saturday and are now guests of cursion party Melbourne: Bench lastTuesday informs us that with a desire my old and new iM-toim-p: who may
j the Uiver View, :Merritt. :Mr.( Sullivan, :\ T. H.lIen and family are now afternoon.Mr. to assist the <:iowvrs of vegetables who i!i want line trei; tidier on small or i
cruising on the :\11I.r.lI111 \treat I lobe large stK-k. Will nut-t all demands
I px-postmaster of Brooklyn, is the president :Sound with :Jlrl and .Mrs.[ C. B. Jefferson John Powell and party left Tuesday have so recently lost their crops by the for (.umerinen; and anijKfniit. Will
\ of the Na-:'au Trust company, and when last heard fiom. morning: for a cruise down the riverin disastrous freeze, the president of the pelt alit over l-:> 'till tn"''.> to thC.t- two

" I, \Gallagher is ex-lire commissioner I.f to far They expect the schooner. F. P. :Southern; Express company, in concurrence varutir AddicsM'KLAWAHX
go as as Key'e..t. I
\ ) Brooklyn. The :Misses K. Fields and Grace Cummings with the railroad, very kindly o. w. C I TI TLR,

, \ :Mrs. A. E. Whitten., Miss Flora :M.1.Ii MI M<. Melbourne: Beach, were intown agrees to carry vegetable; seeds or plants ;c ( Nl'toEKIES,
'\Vhitten and :Mis* Lilly K. Smethells:", and (except potatoes ) without! charge; for
Tuesday; shopping calling
Ii on CcE"L..5.: .SAT :a:::.:., i.os.xz3A.-
:Mr. of Oak Hill transportation.
la I. i III'uth Haven, Mich., arrived Monday Cooper, has been looking friends.Mrs .
after his this This does not include charges on similar .
.i' afieinoon. Tht'ha\"c 1'00111at :\ht'. gTUhere week. -
: ( Clara I D. )Ia"canlIu i is tpend- matter originating in the of
Ciol1l,! at the of Will.ird ; territory The Most J
I :; cottage, corner Mrs. E. M. Brackett left this weik forSt..1ngttine I I
ill--' the winter at Mi-iii'.urne Beach, was other expre.cuntliauirs, exivpt that the
street and Palmetto avenue. These ladies Washington D. C.Mr. ;; CompleteELECTRICAL
, han been in Florida some: time, ; the guest of :Mrs. I.n\'kwotl.1 the first: of Southern Kxprescompany: will! refundit
and l1i( 's. F. II. :Sackett and friends the week. proportion of earningon such ship
spending about the weeks at Tampa. :
returned Thursday morning from their .Mr. and Mrs. II. H. left Tuesday mi'iits. The aj'I! i !tel'?i i't' at once
1 :S. P. Christian Jr., New York W. F. Spencer
) ; trip down the river.Mr. .
I M.irch lilt II. (I'M>\*.
for all.ll.xpin.- !IIi
a to Palm HI' \l'h.
' .. Parsons, DeLand; U. II. Gilehrist, Philadelphia They expect SUPPLY HOUSE
: ; I. Wind-becker. New York; : 'has. Dunham, of Springfield; to return tomorrow in time for the -'- .
\ Mas.-[ arrived Wednesday and is yacht race. C.A.ST Ort.I.A.: : .
I tins Unbelts-, Jacksonville; ,J.Y.. Flinn, in the state,
:\lr J. piuIg at Mr. F. A. Stratum's. Bears the Tte Kind You! Have Away!
; \} IAll1inlleIr.: and $ Cal'l'liartL The flight: llev. Bishop Crane tray

\l \ ; Va.; Jos. Riwson, New Yoik; (i. U. :Mr. C. T. Ballon: kit Thur.dafor his held sH'rvii-e and holy communion at : # ..,s-, THEJoteon

I j 1'itzer, Florida; F. Donelly, Interhcheii: home in Bonne, Iowa. Mrs. glIol1ill Holy Trinity church on Ash Wednesdaymorning. I ofC .

Jr I C. J. F. Campbell, 11.ll.l.Illl'neIr.: [ and remain in :Minis for a few weeks longer.; { Law
1Irs.11.: L. Buileii, Chicago; J. t ,. Hall,
Miss: rent.'tia11111:
.. ) ::, of Titu.-vilK', and The Ka t Cuast Chautauipia opens to- t',
'L, : Jacksonville, were leiristcied at the Jarvis Miss: ; (iert1'LHleIirus: of ISonaventure, night. The boat race tomorrow will be COMPANY,
_ 1t' House the pasteek.. have been spending: a few of special. interest.
days amongtheir ; Everyone is anxiousto ULoVK-FlTTlNti: I ('Ol--ET-: ;.
\ At 11 o'clock last Sunday morning; the old friends. know what boat will!! carry off the I

) ( Masons held their Masonic service at the :Mrs. Hawthorne is enjoying a visit honors. I'.lTTEtiH 1'TTERXT: Electrical Engine sl

I Methodist church. :.Mr. Henry Hank from her daughter: r -. Angel and her The dance aiven on Washington's birthday It 11A !!! WALL H c.\L-t.. T I ; i iJACKSOhY1LLE

't of City Point, delivered the address. :Mr. little gran) on. Mr. Keriiodle, of Atlanta at Hotel ('arll'tol1 wa s the prettiest of I S. I KID liLon:.;. r
B. is the orator of the Grand Lodge of s
is also stopping with Mr. Ballard.HOMELAND. the sea-on and the originators; deserve a !
...rer'u'"ia, and the address he gave Sunday __ u ___ ;great deal of credit for the way in which. A. I SlIo&r jG FLA. '

'.:1' 'leone he !gave in Atlanta at the : It was carried out. By invitation, overeightyfive i HRY GKI)4.A L Kill-on La I.ande I i
.. : Samson
'aeetung of the lodje.; .\ more beau- I. I
Mr. L. C. Moore : were present. The dining : IU
t} address has went Melbourne: E. <\111.dr batteries for !
J tlov\ery and eloquent : TRUNK : gasengine
room was beautifully decorated, and
last Sunday; in his launch Ercildoune. at '
) \ i (:er been given before in Cocoa, and Itl' 10 o'clock "aintrtrpllIlwnt:; wereserved. N : I.\TTIXtio'. FI. ignition, bell and

f:' 1' most heartily enjoyed by all whoso Messrs. Bissell, Davids and Todd' of A number ,.r;gm-sts were present I. i annunciator work.
: fortunate as to hear it. New Rochelle: N. Y., are at Trilby cottage from Eau Gallie. I t'URXITn't A.
j l'J hiaCl'onl for the season. i Work done iu all ,
I rt reat deal of interest was manifestedWashington's : The masque ball and take walk, given I ST\'& II It I parts of the state.
Thursday birthday, The new.jj.r! for the ferry has ar
on Tuesday evemnby the Ladies' guild, n. I;. t.uR.E'fS, ELECTRIC LIGHT
er'8. 9-foot kite, made by Messrs. E. rived. ,t .',>luaus ,' ike a good oyster pen was a grand success. Mr. II. T. Hodg .--. -- : SUPPLIESof

lon 1l..ha18 i, B. W. Jerome and Dr. Diliol.lder \. as it sMliflhtt'1 .\,.,.t ty.fuur hours afterbein son and :Miss Florence Hodgson" of Eau @----- all description.

was'" wing, but there was ""'Tn"t... Kallie, carried oil the honors well I
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mutual improvement.would thrive and jualntanee of their own daughters. c

H HQW 1 TO f FAJIMIN! GROUPS ij schools 'would Indeed be, convenient 'Some dainty dresses for these tune- -_:,- ':.':" :'." -q-- -: -=_ ___' _. -:-'_ .,:..: =;; _... ..:;::::-..: :;..'-'ti:. __ ,.._ .
jl b As.,the* community progressed all the lons are seen. Orie is of fine dotted
advantages of city life minus its evils white net over pale pink taffeta. ThereIs
would be at their command. The lack a wreath of the little picayune roses

PLANjOF.. INCORPORATION FOR"..CoOPERATIVE of social and educational advantages all around the bottom of the lace skirt ..

COLONIES.t which;are increasingly felt in farm life and another about half way up to represent ry
r a.s progress in learning is made, while : a tunic. The waist was full and {

i How: to Lar Oat a Section of Land Sop farm conditions grow worse and competition not very low, but was pompadour
: That All the Residents Slay Live In becomes more intense in all shape with a line of the lace. Another

t a Village In the Center-Social Ad- lines, has been the principal cause of has been evolved from white silk mull
wantagea. the farm being'drained of its best and a little fine lace insertion one inch

minds to be absorbed in the cities, wide laid over pale pink ribbon. The

k RICHMOND[Special Feb.Correspondence.] where success awaits so small a per- skirt, has one deep flounce with SpanIsh The Kind You Have Always Bought and which bas been
27.-ln the early settlement centage and failure Is the rule rather heading. The waist Is not low on
of the in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
t United States
groups of than the exception, with its disastrous the shoulders and it has elbow sleeves.
families and and has been made under his
friends settled together results to 'society as well as to the in A glance at the picture will show the per
and assisted each other in erecting dividual. GEORGE W. SMITH. arrangement of the lace. The dress is '24c- sonal supervision since its infancy.

buIldings, in harvesting and the care extremely girlish and dainty and can Allow no one to deceive you in this.

'of crops. They combined in the pur- We have saved many doctor bills sincewe be made of almost any sheer white All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good" are but
chase of machinery for common use, began using Chamterlain's Cough .
stuff. Experiments that trifle with and endanger health of I
t1 borrowing and lending implements and Remedy in our home. We keep a bottle While talking of the "buds" I mayas Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
labor. Farm mortgages were unusual open all the time, and whenever any of well mention some other ihings:

and unpopular, If not a disgrace. Un- my family or myself begin to catch cold made expressly for them. There is a '
'' til within the last 20 years the average we begin to use the Cough Remedy, andas beautiful new printed challie In the What is CASTORIA

: farmer accumulated sufficient to extend a result we never have to send away most delicate of figures on pastel

his farm and purchase land for for a doctor and incur a large doctor bill, grounds, and this is just adapted for Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric 1
Ills child PH.Competition. for Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy never young and slender figures. A very Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is: Pleasant. It :
and change of circum fails to cure. It is certainly a medicine
pretty way of making this Is full r
up a contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic ,
stances have obliterated of and \\orth.-D. S. Mearkle
these conditions great merit waist just a little pointed in front un-
I .:' and the small farmer has now to general merchant and farmer, ilattie, der a folded silk belt. The upper partIs substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms

depend upon his Individual resources Be fo'rd county, Pa. For bale by B. It. laid in plaits down to the bust line and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind i

I ti' and skill, generally inadequate, as Increasing Vilson & Son. and there left full. Over the plaits is Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation

mortgage foreclosures and a yoke made of white luxeuil lace. The and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the .

'::' abandqned farms attest the farmer f FASHIONS fOR Gml sleeves are snug and long and edged Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. ;

it ofttimes either becoming'a laborer for with lace. There is a headed ruffle ten The Children's Panacea-The :Mother's Friend. ?

W l -hire or gravitating Into the towns and Inches deep at the bottom of the skirt,
titles, while his children are compelled Some of Many Gowns For the Younger and this .lias a row of the lace along
4 K, to aid In earning a living when they Set. the bottom. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS .

;\.. should be attending school. [Special Correspon ence.] It is alll:astonishing what dressy
Could corporate method have been NEW YOKE, Feb. 27.-I may candidly effects a little lace gives when properly Bears the Signature of

[ applied In the past to the business of admit that there are times when a applied. I saw a plain, light blue veiling .:':;;1Z

""" farming, as in other directions, it would fashion writer hardly knows "where waist made into a thing of beautyby

;... i I have prevented the depression in that she Is at." There is so much to see andso an application of black escurial lace .

'''- many different kinds of things that set on in form of a ti aro. It did not .. :

.f'. It all becomes a confused kaleidoscopic meet in the back, and four motifs of wAd
. 80 f RES 80 ACRES We the lace were put across the back to e
picture. into swell
go one place
r. I join them. In front a jabot of chiffon

..,,,' where everything has a reputation to' finished the whole, but this, when 1 The KM 1 You Have Always B =nght 1
: 80 AfREg eul a J 80iasFA uphold, and we see the dainty slim parasols think of it. is not suitable for a very ,

Ie /FA. with finely chased, jeweled or young girl. OLIVE HARPER.

FL L, bK enameled handles, and we go to another In Use For Over 30 Years. I

'-I quite as swell, and there w'e find No lUght To Ugliness. THE CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY STREET NEW YORK CITY. .
[ o BI.IG o parasols made fat and bulgy, with The woman who is lovely in face, form ." -_. : ':. _'.7 '''' ._ __: '-('::
8FA RM FARE stubby and even clumsy handles in and temper will always have friends, j.
a a shape of birds beaks bulldogs' heads but one who would be attractive must ...Ji.p. .

ua.tNCIS 80ACRES lorses' feet or perhaps a greyhound's keep her health. If she is weak, sickly --
long head. ami all run down she will be nervous and : r- VFm'h 7iT i F37Zr K7fi7f2iTJr 2

: O Then we see funny shapes in one irritable. If she has constipation or Do You Love rY"J -.
/CRE i kidney trouble her impure blood willause Fog
fh* place antI are told that all the new hats skin
pimples, blotches eruptions ROSES
are to be built upon that plan, and at awl a wretched complexion. ElectricCitter w Do You Want to w 1

another they have something else. The ? is the best medicine in the worldto h NO OUR NEW ROSE CATALOGUE
VILLAGE FLAN FOR FARMS. one is like a puff of smoke and the oth- ; regulate stomach, liver and kidney (i soUTHLA '
industry of late years and made it and to purify the blood. It gives Is handsomely ill-strated and describes $
er like an underdone buckwheat cake. strong t the be>t, new and n. ,,,t popular roses for ... l +
profitable and attractive to capital and It: is really enough to drive one wild. nerves, bright eves, smooth, velvety skin, (' the -'-outhlaiiti and ciTes full instructions for Jjplanting x'
r: labor and Improved the social and eco We find sheath and habit skirts andV" rich complexion. It will make a no'ookinir (r Catalogue Free Upon Application. explains! why and caring for them. It also ;r. ,
nomic conditions of our farming interest charming woman of a run-down

e : which after all, is our greatest in .nvaliil. Only 50 cents at II. 1:. WilsonSon's ", .....OUR. FIELD GROWN GRAFTED ROSE BUSHES.....
" & drug store. 2 I'"
dustry. ftfj are .nperior to all other /or the toac ga'.lea. If you have oot succeeded in growing .
i beautiful roses "write to us and we i'.ii tell you why. .Address,
Emigration may now be said to tend
to the southern states encouraged in a WANTED large-Iluncht lioiise man; salary or woman iffiS monthlyand to trav 1 THE GRIFFING BROS. CO. jf

.\ several, cases by state aid, but It is expenses, with increase: position ,
f' scattered over the entire south, with lormawnt; huWe st'lf uddresstvl stamped 8 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. |

/ no section or state favored. 'iivelope. MANAJiR: SW: Caxton bldg. ,. -1. -.J._..1.l_'. .'....a.-.I".J.. ,..-1.,.....'...l,'. '...l.JJ"-.l-.J..l-. .
specially ('hit-ago. J_ _" .......'-'. '- Q ...."<.'IO.... ,,...... '"" .. "...."'""'... '''"'-'..8*' aIVVHN ....
When a plan of corporate co-operatiou
j Is developed and its demonstrated
security O .A. I 3 TOY I.A. .
I. as a plan of investment idle Bears the j the KM You Have Always Bought
capital of eastern cities will How to
such localities and carry with it multitudes tI !
' cf
( of intelligent fanners.
Corporate co-operatioii applied to colonlzation .
and the cultivation of large Ait
\ !?
'. r
tracts of laud will insure, so far as human / YOU

" foresight can, security for capital nfl': ,
\ and the rapid development of small BANKRUPTinhnoth ,
and prosperous farm homes1. It will
ti supply systematic aid far better than ,? I I s sI constitution undermined by extravagance

the methods of the early settlers by + ; I in eating, by disregarding -
;giving the best results:: of experience iu y! + .
the !laws of
S management, selection of machinery id nature, oi 1 t' tIL

;.suitable crops to profitably cultivate physical capital all gone, if so.
and be of inestimable assistance In the i

vast details that.go to make successful NEVER DESPAIR
farming, i ineludimigthegrowvitl ; of nurs ;- r: 4, ) -

*ry stock purchasing of supplies and Tint's Liver Pills will cure you

marketing:; of products.
I or sick headache, dyspepsia
Land that is reasonably: level should

t J be improved I by sections of (010 acres I sour stomach, malaria, torpii1

allowing a ten acre plot in the centeras I ..
liver, constipation, Liliousnt- ;
a pail for common use. Around this 1

park sho/ild be the separate home and all kindred (liseast's.Tuft's .

1 buildings for each family, forming a
village 8! for SO acre or 1(5( for 40 acre Liver Pillsan

farms, radiating from the center, with TB.I-"VVEEKLY SAILINGS
PARTY DRESS KK A Un'Mi UlUL. absolute cure.
roads instead of
: i! 1 across around the section __ I> : : _
l as i is now the ctI-.torn. Near the are shown the ("lHall.111)1 plaited, --- ----
house should be the garden and small draped and "bonne fe'ume"! skirts. Tunics JACKSONVILLE AND NEW YORK
fruits, then grass followed by grain or and llouuces are also with us ('allill, j: at (.hull..tllll. s. ('., (both vv.tys
cotton and vines, with large fruit and Some skirts have but two scams, otherhale
t "The Bow-legged Ghost and Other Stories'' i The rinof h' UU..hII in file <'<>a-sluisi> ('I">< ire.
nut trees farthest from the buildings. seven gores and! today 1 saw a *
Divers-iM'd: products should !be cultivated n'Q'"t'll affair whole there were 12gores : With an intro- -'

duction by Tin: MDI: Mrw 1ua.U1): ; : tiI rlliRx LIXISiirrrt
v to avoid too great loss in bad and no pla'its at all not even in Am erica's .
.\ seasons on single crops, as cotton, corn the Irtt k. This special costume was of greatest James \\poet hit-, fir i i'ivii i I IU two11
or wheat, so that In case of failure oft the ever beautiful satin faced broad comb Riley. An Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, and all eastern points.
cloth. Each breadth illustrated volume e.illiim: at < 'iMrlistnii .Mil \\'d\-->.
some crops there would still be others or gore, was par of originalhumorous /
l to yield a profit on operation each j .ar. row at the top and gradually widened lt >E'tI-\: :E..LYII.IXli: : >.
I \ The most valuable ,vines fruit and nut to the bottom, all of exactly the same ikotches facetious, verse paragraphs 1! ., : :
trees should be planted, portions of the size top and bottom which, we all l and col (:I.\'UI'S o'!'. ..JOIIIU"I: H i.IX'1:.

farm cultivated with vegetables, grain, know is decidedly novel. Down earl that loquies.will A book not flt.B.\I\ I.I'L

i rottou or other articles best adapted tiThe scam is a triple milliner's! folll1f satin, disappoint the 'i t\ H'fniceit .JH'I' Uln Hh' and .sanfonl.
and this around the bottom reader, aa it
locality sch-tted. The tiuot varieties goes also.1
.' : enters a new e> ; ,\t 7 4t si! 'i'I.1, i !i .' at I'.ilatkat, M. Fram-is, Kmford ', I'il..u: I of products, including the dried The skirt has a sort of bell effect. The and heretofore illl, HIM +iliati' i;ttitliim-III st.'hnriv' ','.
j fruits and nuts of commerce, brought waist is a blouse with folds of the sat field unexplored of humor. -t. .' I i F wi.I lt'I K BVKIM.. 11'.1. Su \\\'. ii.i|'|><>uited tl) sail a., follows :
1 to the highest state of perfection, will in arranged: in the same way The belt A book to be ++ I L'a' .I.1.-1 k-..11\ilit.! :?::;(> j'. w. SlIIlIla,.-.., Tm-llays :mild 1'lnirMlays.,
read ak."id and '' I r. 'tumid!! II\) a. iii Ent 'i i,i'IM !>:30 a. 111.. ltonday,1V'e/intMlaysaitd: Fridays.
, always bring good prices and correponding and sleeves htvt'the satin folds too. I enjoyed among ____h_ ___
profit. Overproduction does think it must: have taken toil yard. of your friends fontd" "Tha Bow !legend < -hie t ;",d 11:1110,1111'\i. Sl'IIEIH.E. \ortithouud.i .
, not occur uuder such conditions, neiiher satin to make these folds. "Wheu L-ra Sang Fr t L.' ', INMIM I Ct; ,ui i <\I.>\\ 11. Head up.
CotiMn't laugh," To ule Tit ev of Fi'ti.r 1.1',1\0'\: ;5", pmi. --- ------Jaeksuviile -.-.- __. ".- .. ....!veS 00
The 40 am
are there failures with farmers of penitential) days are now upon Bouls," 'Selling Looks uf Hair "Nooinau.. N .. .. .- -I'alatka-- Lttre
u H 00
pmi -
' ,b$ :? means and facilities for self pro- us. and there will be no grand function edition Fad, .sViet> Actresses," eti- tu This fin .. (HI. alii .- .. .-- _Astor -, --- 2 'At pm
bound in -
'I whatever, but there will be lots of paper,and absolutely cloth the be, printed 4 humorous on extra lnn>k pul tin .. t :30 ..lln-. .---.-- St. Fram. .. --- -- u__ 100 pm pm
'I1t 1t mating five to *the family and small and earhes and Cinderella pur Iished. Worth $2.50, mmled p--Mpai.i for JI.OC .. ---- .- L'ersfird l Jh'i.uid---------------- K 00 ii'n
I Order at once Send for our new special illus t.1111< am_ -. - ..mUt( l'l'illg, -- -- 11 00 am
; families to the section on So acre ties for the .voting. It is said; that atone tested catalogue mailed fee?. divesjoii the to u .IrriresNlam----------------. ' -. 9 00
' w t' ,1s, there would be 31ill people on of these functions last year a lad.1. ett prices on all good bookAtMriss all orders t .. !l ,',-> am .._- -- 1-:1111'1'1'1:: i I' .- _. - 9 30 am am
d'. ''s"1 t''ti011s within a radius of a littler I aa pretty young girl and asked. : toi THE WERNER COMPANY,
MiUiheri tni Manufacturers. Akron, OhlCThe E. B. WAGER, Agent, Titusville, Florida.
have her
SJhiJ than one mile and double that i introduced, as she thought
( Werner .
Company re'i!tlfe I Jr
t ] i.n
f .. r. or 720::: people, 011 40 acre farms j I I that tie .voting lady iu question had General Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

IDt 16 families to the section. The ;' such lovely manners that she would bee W H. 1V 1GCI! UT11N, T I'.1. F. M. IIo NMONGEC. Jr.. F I'. A.,
e tles" for education would therefore dell htt"I.'U.-.I l..t.i. Tole., her at her owu t* fit I'lii --i ii I l-:' -1.1\1'-1.' New 1'.-rk, Wl Wft liav St. JacksonvilleFla.
Ie to maintain the intellectual ; daughtlltalli"; \i\'1 1:11as CURES WHERt ALL ELSE FAILS. t 1'. L( ViLL I: Avt. I FII. Mii't.. -TNO. L. HOWAUI, Superintendent,
ton I Best Cough tyrup. Tastes Goud. Use Foot Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Foot llojrdii
1\ far abov/urihe coudi- her aniigt nn wr rftws.i that it washer 1 IIIILUU street, Jacksonville ria'frafiic
present in time. Sold bv druggists. IIIMI. u. 11.1:1: \VM. i'. CLYDK at Co., '
rlarm ]Ii}\ 1/Circulating librasocieties I o', 'I. is provided' I lt Manager, General Agents, ;i

gr{tlr "=.4 tber for: seem' ., in.': 'make the ac- Cheaebruuxh Building, li Stat t fctrttt, New York. /

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7.. SUPERINTENDENT( 8Hf118. Pioneer's Day. "The Mil Cannot Grind '
The following appointments are an Jas. Pritchard Son

Active Vigilant and Con clenttons In'the ]pounced[ .for Pioneer's day, which will occur _with Water That's Past. -. ""

n DUcharge Of Hit Duties. 4 on the 9th inst, in the.interest of the Headquarters '

From the Gainesville San. .East: Coast Chautauqua' at Melbourne: This is what a fagged out, forHAR <"
President, Hon..,H. 8. Williams, Rock-
It is apparent that Mr. Sheats will be J ledge; vice-president, Hon. M. S. Jones, tearful little woman said in

strenuously J :opposed by some' people for 'Titusville; Adhemar Brady, Titnsville; telling her cares and weak D'W A E ':i
re-nomination for the position he now I IloId C. H. Nauman, Haulover; G. W. Holmes, B

} !. This is. not Burpris'ng. Indeed I City Point;-J. M. Sanders, Cocoa; C. B. nesses. Her friend encouragedby ,
it has been anticipated.Mr. Magruder W. H. Gleason
Rockledge; ,
telling relative who
Sheats regarded by some as the Eau Gallie; Jas. Paine, St. Lucie; A. J. of a ...Tinware Crockery... i
c Tillman of Florida. He 'seems to have Lewis, Ft. Pierce; R. A. Hardee, Sebas- had just such troubles and was .

been a born fighter, and we doubt not tion I ; T. E. Richards, Eden; J. L. Cas- cured'by Hood's ,
that those who antagoqize him will find per, Tropic; W. R. Sanders Courtenay; STOVES,
that he is ready, willing, andir perhaps R. W. Goode, Melbourne; orator of the The little woman now has tears of

; anxious to meet them half way. It is I day, Hon. Frank Clark, Jacksonville.It blood joy, for in she prime took order Hood's, and, which she lives put her on Boat Goods, Paints and Oils, J;

perfectly safe to say that he will contest is desired to make this a general reunion the strength of the present instead of
-: : every inch of ground with those who oppose of the pioneers of this section, with worrying about that of the past. iI

him. their families and friends and the "I
public Neuralgia- had dreadful neuralgia
'i He has in his composition two ele- generally. miserable tor months. Neighbors told me WOODENWARE. 1

ments of success, either of which is exceedingly Hon. Frank Clark, who will deliver the to; use"Hood's MBS.Sarsaparilla FEED ; it cured me per :-
fectly. TUBSEB, Barre, Vt. .
hard to overcome. He is active principal address, is one of the best ;
; vigilant and conscientious in the speakes in the state, and a fine effort may and Eryslpelas-healthy on account little of Hood's girl is Sarsaparilla now fat- Write for prices. :J

discharge of his duty as an official, andas be expected. Short addresses and reminiscences curing her of erysipelas and eczema." TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .j

far as we know he has never dodged will be given by the pioneers, MRS. H. 0. WHEATLEY, Port Chester N. Y. Box 212. .{:

: : responsibility or ,cringed before his and some choice and selected music will foo Sa/lJa :
;} fj lUi I
enemies.All be heard.A ; ._-- -- -'>

: that Mr. Sheats has he has had to grand concert will be given in the :;
: fight for because others wanted it. In evening, with readings and impersonations. Bond Lumber C.

his official capacity he discharges his At 11 a. m. in the hall, lecture by Hood's Fills cure liver ills;the non-irntatrtip and -
: duties in accordance with the dictates of Dr. Eaton. only cathartic to take with Hood' harsaptnlla. On hand aM Constantly Arriving,

of his conscience and hazards all conse- Bring your baskets. Hot coffee will be a L Ul\I.BER. .
quences. The duties incumbent upon furnished without charge. Those who

him as an official he holds to be para prefer can get dinner at the hotels at STATE 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS[ [ I Dressed and Undressed. j

mount to all other considerations. reasonable rate. _.-. Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work, Balusters, Newel Posts,
t It cannot be successfully denied that Look out for the posters giving sched Candidates For Attorney-General and For Bean, Orange, Cabbage and Tomato Crates,
he is the ablest superintendent of public ule and rates.
Railroad Commissioner Made Known. Brick, Lime, Cement, Etc. 'J
w instruction the state has ever had. To .
him more than to other man is due The Jacksonville Xews\of Tuesday announces Estimates made on all building material. Our large boat, 'Sunny South," will deliver ,
any "I am indebted to One Minute Cough the candidacy of lion. J. T. anywhere on the river. Call on us or send in your bill. We will serve you right.BOD.d .
the splendid school system now in voguein Cure for my health and life. It cured me
Wills of Bradford
for the
this state. He has been a public servant of lung trouble following grippe." Thousands county, posi- Lu.Dl.her Co.
I. their lives to the actionof tion ot attorney- eneral of this state, and : :
__ is tact as well as in name. owe prompt
also the re-nomination of Mr. John
All such officials have enemies, but this never failing remedy. It cures urges S. G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager,
coughs colds bronchitis 1.. Morgan, of Hamilton as one of
who ? And what grounds are croup, pneumonia county
are they on : grippe and throat and lung troub- the members of the railroad commission. Titusville : Florida.
such officials ?
antagonized les. Its early use prevents consumption On the nomination of these two candidates -
-------- --- -- ----- -
The best officials are those who faithfully It is the only harmless remedy that gives the News remarks as follows:

perform their duties. The record immediate results. B. R. Wilson & Son .I Should Mr. Wills be nominated for this .i 1
which Mr. Sheats has made in this respect '
important position> he will do somethingmore
r is without a blemish. Granting f
Health Certificate Necessary.Sheriff than occupy it-he will fill it. He
that he may be personally unpopular will he the attorney-general of the state in for such goods as we offer. Few fail
with some people, that is not a sufficient Broward, of Jacksonville, ha to see the value in our'J ti '
fact, as well as in name; nor will it invariably -
reason why he should not be his own received a letter from W. H. Milton, superintendent I
successor. of the state reformatory, be found necessary, whenever an $5 AND $10 TRIMMED HATS, j .
important issue is at stake, to confide the
know who has been stating that he would not receive the juvenile 'Ik '
Some not
one, we interests of the people to assistant counsel and all see the style and artistic taste 1'1
writing from Gainesville to the Atlanta criminals now under sentence to and each model. These hats are in "
Constitution insisting that Mr. Sheats that 'titution from the criminal court called in to tide over an emergency. pleasing contrast to those found elsewhere t b
With :Mr. Wills in that suchan
position no at these prices. The qualityand
unless he could furnish health certificate -
should be because "he is a
supplanted very jtr
emergency will ever arise. He is beamy of the material and the ,
unpopular." The writer evidently has ;a with them. This is the result of a way it is developed are material, factors T.
strong, and As
personal grievance, but is careful not to telegram sent by the sheriff to Supt. :Milton : capable earnest. an orator, in producing such beautiful re- "''
when thoroughly aroused, he stands:: the sults. Prices to suit any pocket, 25
mention the nature of it. stating that there were two cases of 't ,
to in Florida cents to $10 each, at 1 x
peer any man ; as a lawyer, T
It is virtually admitted that Mr. Sheats smallpox in the county jail. These prisoners
has discharged his duty, but it is insisted I I have been in the Duval county jail continued and unbroken success J. R. WALKER'S. "Pn'(
speaks for itself his record
; as a man, at
that he "must retire" because he is not' for some time awaiting such time as the
home where he is best known and in
personally popular with some people.It reformatory would be in readiness to receive Tallahassee
where he has served two
them and it last week -- ---
is perhaps well that.the opposition was only
terms as a member of the lower houseithcieditto .1'
itself at this early that Sheriff Broward received word from Take
is thus manifesting
\\ himself! and his constituents
date. It will g \'eIr.. Sheats and his Supt. :Milton that he was ready for them. I has ever been such as to challengethe Your FIRE INSURANCE with c, S'ugh Iler,
host of friends an opportunity to size up \)eputy, :Sheriff M. A. Brown stated Mon-
admiration and command the
what they may have to combat.Mr. .Iay morning; that the representative of I all who see in him the next attorney-respectof Agent for __Hartford, /Etna, Liverpool and London and Globe,
office the state board of health had informed
Sheats is candidate for the
a I general of Florida. Continental Providence &
Home, Washington Fireman's -
he now holds, and he is perfectly him that he,would furnish a certificate, ,
We shall the nomination of Mr.
providin the clothing of the prisonerswas urge Fund and Sun Mutual.
willing to go before the people on his ; Morgan) because we believe him to be ,

record as an official. The people of Flor- properly fumigated, or that they honest, capable and We shall For further information rates, etc., address or call on C.S. SCUUYLEK TITCSVILLE FLA.

.". ida, as a matter of fact, owe Mr. Sheats were furnished with clothing support him because intelligent.we believe that a __ __ __ __ __ ____ ___ _n _
of for the invaluable -- ---------
debt ser-
a gratitude man who has already done so much in
vice which he has rendered the state by rtll-HI-HI-U-m-IU-Ht, I the right direction should have renewed IGB

s- his thorough, efficient and ceasless effortsto opportunities of demonstrating his usefulness KE1GB

advance the cause of education.It lASft I while a complete change in the _
is, we believe, perfectly safe to pre YOURj composition of the commission at this --

diet that the personal enemies of Mr. I juncture would, in our judgment, prove AS GOOD AS THE BEST.

Sheats will not be able to prevent him i detrimental to the public interests. Manuracturet the IXDIAX RIYEK ICE 3IAXITACTOBY, T. Pr r'p a or.l\E
from being his own successor.:: : We shall :Mr.
{ becausehe
DOCTOR I support Morgan Special attention paid to packing use and shipped to any station on the East Coasi
is a man of the people-a man of business railroad or by steamboat on Indian river.

THE POKTO RICAN BILL. and not. a professional.politician. orconfirmed -
I place-hunter, and bCl'ause'I..'
Ask your physician this qucs-
.. believe that the position to which he aspires Carroll & Goldsmith
I to Only
It Will Probably a s Operate tion "What is the one great f I ,
I Ii is one for which he is preeminentlyfitted __ __ _
For 1"0.l1r.* "
remedy for consumption ? J I by every consideration of capacity,

About six Republicans oppose the com- He will answer "Cod-liver j t j character and experience. John :Morganis STAPLE ANDFANCY GROCERIES
I the i'ur.o Kin dill. The voteS ,
proini.on )
honest .
bL 1 an man, and if integrity and
will In exceeding I : I oi ii-t'. oil. Nine out of ten will 5. I character are necessary anywhere, it is in
At the fouler* nothouse! Republican the-- Hay, Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
same of
I answer way. Ii | a position public trust, involving grave Titusville. Florida.
4' Monday ingM: on time Porto mean taritl Yet when persons have and far-reaching issues. Tin, Glass and Crockery Warb.
j -- ----
bill assiiraiKv.-: weie given that the president I The issue is now in the hands cf the
believed the measure constitutional, consumption they loathe all people. The commission was created at

and would api'i-'" it if it came to him, fatty foods, yet fat is neces- j I their demand and for their good; and THE DECANTER

and an arl't'nklllas lenched to I limit 1 for their recovery and J I they now haw it in their power to placeupon --
the I.f the bill to two years, : sary
operation it men fit for the responsibilities involved -
and to reduce the duty imposed by it 1 they cannot take plain codj j I or to destroy the Usefulness of an Lasley: db l\.I.otlo"VV,

25; 1" cent of the American oil. The oil disturbs I
from to per i liver plain 5 j 1 agency from which so much was expected -

tariff. 1 the stomach and takes I Iil by |permitting the encroachment of Foreign and domestic brand of \\' IW:". Brandies Rums, Gins and

, As a result the Republican leaders The dis- I incompetent and time-serving oifice-stek- Whiskies, Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.A .
claim that the bill will have the Nippon away the appetite. | en, whose.eal} is all for themselves and
r il
; of all the Republicans except four, agreeable fishy odor and Ii I whose Democracy is next door to tl llIa- FIRST-CLASS LINE OF CIGARS. BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES.

G-' )le Hs. )Ic('.\11, of Massachusetts( ; Little- almost f .
make unen- gogy.I.
.-..- Loiimer of Illinois and i I taste j Fawiland hotel trade is solicited. Prompt an.ll'm'ful attention given to mail orders.
t? field, of Maine; LO:>LEY & MOTI.OW. Trrcsviu FLA. .
What is to be dons ? Cash must
durable. M. Putnam editor accumpauS'our
Crumpacker, of Indiana, and that this i c and proprietor of

f loss will be offset by affirmative votes of I This question was ansi j the High; Springs Sentinel, wa arrested
the opposition. They claim the passageof wered when we first made 3 by Sheriff FennellVednesdav, on a
the modified bill is certain. charge of criminal libel, on the complaintof

5 i. It is understood that if this bill ispassed 1 1 D. E. Godwin, editor and proprietorof

it will not continue in force after SCOTT'SEMULSION the High :Springs News This makes
to The Star Office
I the second Send Job Printing
L March 1st, HIt!!. f 1 t warrant that has been served your
Mr. Putnam by Mr. Godwin, on the
I charge) of libel. Mr. Putnam gave bond
t. Soldier in the 1'hiliIttmctuall I HypoJ J
of Cod-Liver Oil with I for his appearance at the next term of We give Up-to Date Printing at lowest

i o r pines.A 1 phosphites. Although that I i I the circuit court. yea prices.'r"

t-' notable article-at once an appreciation was nearly twenty-five years 1 i, ;
vivid stirring picture of ourboys i G. 11. AppU-tor,justice peace, Clarksburg -
l and a ,
it stands alone toi i 1
-' in the field-has been written 'ex I ago, yet j \. .1., says: "DeWitt's Little Early
I i! Risers are the best pills made for !
the great remedy = const-
for the Saturday Evening Post i day one Dealer
4 elusively Albert ..1.i the throat I Ii i i ipation. We use no other" Quickly cureall R.: L. MOTLOW, 111
Senator _
(of Philadelphia) by I for all affections liver and bowel trouble B. U. Wilson _
Beyeridge. & :Son.
lungs. f I

i :. and Senator as brilliantly Beveridge a* he writes. j> A forcibly keen I The bad taste and odor have been {I i!! W.\\TEII. INS JL S MAMES WHISKJSSJL j

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I observer, with the faculty of grasping the taken away J Reliable man for manager of branch -
thing of vital and human interest, what partly digested and the most sensitive | : office I wish to open in this vicinity ------ ar
he has to say will interest every Americ: in. t stomach objects to it rarely. | Good opening for an energetic sober man. AND LIQUORS OF_ALL_ _KINDS.'fwiio can. ,

This great article, the first and only Not one in ten can take and digest I Ii Kindly mention this paper when writing.A. attention given to mail orders. COCOA, FLO11 duties of

one that Senator Beveridge h?s written the plain oil Nine out of ten can Illustrated.catalogue T. MORRIS, ct Cincinnati.:. posta-e., U. Special _______X f rof this*noriir \ '

for magazine or periodical since his EMULSION and digest |
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,I f T' CURRENT LOCAL ll LCON1OS.o Friday The Misses afternoon from Aline Stetson and university Daisy Bradycame'home last l LATEST 1 fW JAND D 1 INCIDENTS I returning visit.A here Monday to complete his !j STATE I I[ NEVIS[ InM ''

# accompanied by their party consisting of )Ir. and Mrs. G.
I : .. Brief Mention of What Is Coins On In to spend few j
papa a
.. returningto 31 alters of Interest That Are Happening :\ Robbins, Mrs. R. H. Baxter, Miss Bits of Information About Various Events
.:r and About Tltugville. their studies Tuesday afternoon. A .
Around Town. I Welch, Miss Paddison and Messrs. X. H. I Occurring at Different Florida Points.
r :. Dr. C. P. Platts, of Fort Pierce, spent apart dance was given at the opera house Monday Willahan Ja9. and C. H. Walton
it of Saturday in town. night in honor of their presence. Mr. Larry Wright, of Oak Hill, was j Harper I It is estimated that $10,000 worth ofotter ,
called to Stuart Tuesday by the seriousness j enjoyed a sail on the river yesterday i hides have been shipped from Fort

I r Send your watches for repairs to W. M. Mrs. R. H. Baxter and her friend, Miss ill of his wife.Thermometer l j afternoon on board the roomy sloop own- j j[.vera this season. :,
iI' Woodward, Titusville. Work guaranteed. Lillian Welch, returned Tuesday from I i led by Capt. John Simon!"on. Although j' 4I'
Palm Beach. This was Miss Welch'sfir8t dropped down dangerously j the( breeze was very stiff from the west, I'j L (Capt. H. B. Fromberger, of Daytona, 1.
i r If you want the best dental work, go glimpse of that lovely place and she |,I near the frost mark last night, but under shortened sail the trip was quite j has been granted a patent for improvements -
to Dr. Dod.on. Office near courthouse. too much breeze to, show frost.
I.J. was thoroughly charmed with it. These pleasant and exciting. safety and alarm attachments t

r ; Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins and her sister, two young ladies will remain here until Mr. Wyatt Brown went to St. Augus- I for tanks. .
Irving L. Cresse who
r' Miss Annie Paddison, spent a part of about the middle of the month when tine Monday afternoon to spend a few in locals last,week wa mentioned Mr. Arthur Sayler, formerly of New *
i our : as leavingfor
Monday at Cocoa. they will return north with Mrs. W. D. days, returning Wednesday night. Miami and Havana, did not take the Smyrna and Daytona, is now judge of ,*

Messrs. Stewart & Bly, attorneys-at- Mussenden.Sheriff, Mr. Sam Child, of Cocoa, arrived trip he expected, only going as far aa Cochise county, Arizona, holding court at

law, of DeLand, were here TUf'Fdayand Brown captured a negro by the W{'(lne day to attend to repairs to the Miami, owing to business: interests Dos Cabezos. .

;1. Wednesday transacting some legal busi! name of Milton Wright Wednesday, whois foundation of the Presbyterian church.In \\liich called him north earlier than he In the criminal court at DeLand recently -

ti # ness. wanted by cheriff James W. Xorthrup, consequence of the repairs being I anticipated. He returned Saturday this o I a verdict of not guilty was rendered

t. The launch Diana, of New Haven, with of Lake county, for cutting a negro in made in the Presbyterian church, there home In Newark, :'. J., but will tin- i in the case of W. E. Medford, '....

a party of several aboard, spent the Sabbath that county. Wright ran away after the will be no services,. 'next Sunday, March oul'tedly come to Indian river IWXL winter charged with breaking into a freight car

at this place on her way south crime and went to Xeoga. At the time 4th, 1900. as he wa quite pleased with Florida at New Smyrna some time ago.;
t # of the arrest he was ttorkingas section this
bound. a on trip.
. Mr. Louis I). Lockwood of Melbourne
'r- hand at Faustina. lIe has been Youngs' Bicycle Livery, Hutchinson ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. English have rent- about under the assumed of going MeMillan. avenue, near Indian River hotel. Tan A beautiful Tribune racing bicycle, has bought; a choice lot in West Palm

( ed the Walton cottage furnished, in South name dems and single heels. Popular prices. oinmonly known as the "Blue Streak; ," Beach and will build a handsome resi-

,t, Titusville, and moved into same the first The W. E. Youngs. enameled in robin's egg blue, ai rived]| denc upon his new purchase, and it issaid
I ;l of the present week. normal school of Stetson university Tuesday afternoon for the agent here, will make his permanent home
ty public school teachers will Messrs. J.1.. Paine, of Cocoa, Os'colaCurrier
open :Mr. .
E. I; Wasrer and there.Messrs.
expect .
United States Senator M. S. Quay and March loth and continue ten weeks. The and S. B. Aldridge, of Xewark,
one of our fastest sprinters on it in few Munioe and Matson
r. a of the
family passed through here Monday i-n text books and course of study will be X. J., were in our town Tuesday and d ,
Master E. E. Knox is
ays. the intend Fountain
J' route from Pennsylvania to the senator's specially adapted to the needs of teachers spent a part of the day here. city, went hunting Mosquito f
ng purchaser. Another Orient will I lagoon last wl't'k.11'.
racer :; Munroe landed
l. winter home at St. Lucie. and the rate of$-1 per week or $40 for the The lenten .
season commenced this arrive
probably tomOl..Ofir Telegraph: forty trout and bass' with rod and reel in
Mr. Woodall and wife who have been term will be made This includes tuition week on Ash 11'ednes
+lay. Archdeacon Operator Cairell. The next move ou the about an hour on Wednesday and the
t stopping at Ormond, where Mr. Woodall board, washing, lights, fuel, etc., B. F. Brown held service at St. Gabriel apis will l>e a series of I'at't'The boy two gentlemen bagged about thirty ducks

I has been carpentering, returned to their and teachers will be admitted to any of church Wednesday morning. all have fine mounts-the best wheels in the day before.
: home in Kis.immee via this place Mon the classes in the university without additional ,.
the market and should
Archdeacon B. show fine
F. Brown
will hold divine up F.
Wright, the Ormond electric
: charge Special rates to De-
with little
;; day.A Land will service in St. Gabriels church next a training. launches, met with
be given by all the railroads.Mr. a peculiar accident '
subscription paper has been -liberally Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 : 0 Mrs. G. M.
: > p. m. Holy HubbilJs entertained a few last week. While engaged in charging
.. signed by our citizens with contributions II. G. Taylor, of Br.; -iklyn, X. Y., communion in the morning. fr iends at an impioinptu card party last the boats he got a month full of sulphuric
toward painting the Methodist one of THE STAR'S= oldest and most valued .
Wedding bells are expected to peal 1 Friday night, at which the following persons acid, receiving a severe burn in his
church northern
and for subscribers
purchasing a accompanied his
forth in Titusville:; Sunday, when it i is were pre ent11'. Irving L. Cresse, mouth and throat. Xone wa swallowed.
most estimable
bell.We spent a couple of probable that one of our ladies of Newark, X. J. ; Miss Lillian Welch, of He is on duty and will soon he as well as
learn that Mrs. days in our town the first of the young;
Bruner of Geor i- part
will change her home to Miami. Boston[ ; Mrs. W. D. Musenden and her ever. .
ana, who was formerly the widow of T. week, leaving Wednesday afternoon fora 'l
R. H. Baxter
of Bath
The South Florida ) Within the past: week two of the oldest
K. Dixon, one of Cocoa's old-time residents trip to Nassau. They go from there to conference of the
Maine Miss Annie Paddtoii
.\. M. E. ; and :Mr.: residents of Port Orange have
Santiago and thence back church has retained W. G. passed
died at her home Wednesdaymorning. to this state via and ilrs. E. B.
Havana but have just returned from. Fields as pastor:; of the A. M. E. church Wager.n excitin: away. One, that of T. T. Allen, the

''-- a visit to the latt city. Mr. is at this place for the coming year. game of sixty-three was enjoyed, followed other Mrs. John Fozzard, who had resided -
Conductor W. B. Waddell is again on Taylor a by a Welsh rarebit and other .refresh there for about thirty She

" '; his old run-the Sanford division-much prominent Democrat is his city, and hasheld Major Alexander St.Vlairbrallls, the menu, all blending together to make a was visiting her son, Capt. Harry years. Foz
{. positions of high honor and
to'his agreeable surprise and the pleasure He trust. lawyer of Jacksonville, wasin most pleasant: evening. The affair was yard, in Jacksonville, at the time of her
land 'here
& of the members of the Titusville gun owns some on the celebrated Titusville Tuesday and Wednesday given in honor of :Mr. Cresse's: return death.Messrs'.
' Delespine grant, on which is the attending to some law business.Hardeeville .
haute Xew
J. club and Mr.V's many friends here. to Jersey the next day, and Dickson & Ices of Orlando
f noted place called the "Addi-ou field," I a
; : UTTERICK PATTERNS. Gardner. which formerly was a fine and City Point-The pa G the departure of Mrs. Baxter and her day or two ago, shipped a carload "f velvet -
\ orange truce tor, A. C. sink-field, will, D.1'. preach) friend, :Miss Welch, the next morning beans
to in
; Miss While here11'. parties who
\I Ida Dodson returned to her school Taylor and wife inspected for Palm! Beach.SPRING .
I at Haidtvvillu and City Point next Sabbath desired
, ( them for seed. This is the second
..,;\ ,. & on Merritts Island Tuesday afternoon the property, and he has decided to
J#?::::J after spending several days here with restore the place to its former beauty. at 10 a. in. and 2 p. m. respectively SELECTIONS FOOTWEAR. carload shipped to the same parties this

rv her parent She was accompanied by :Mr. A. D. Penney suffered severely all 1 arriving at GARDNER'S. See them. winter. It seems that the Florida beans

Miss Munson, daughter of F. W. Mun- We are the sole agents for Middle- day yesterday by pain in his right eye, are in demand for seed, a, where grown

son, of Georgiana.The ton's premium coffees, teas and oak caused: by a pine of wood flying up and McCLOKY CAPTURED. farther north, they do not mature sutli-

ing powder. Valuable presents given. striking him in the face Wednesday evening ciently for seed before frosts cut them .
four months old baby of )Ir. to those who purchase. We guaran-1 I dow n.
He Is Arrested
and Mrs. II. J. Shirley, of Sunbeam, tee our goods the best that moneycan at New Smjrna ('udt>r a
, died Tuesday afternoon from dysentery.Everything buy. W. J. CRAYFORD. The warden who had charge of Moli- Charge of Trespa Steps are being taken, through the energies -

.I that medical skill and musing neux during his long term of incarceration Sheriff Brown has succeeded in capturing of one of :St. Augustine's local organizations -

could do was done to save the littlone's SHOW ru flXu. in Xew York city was a passenger j John McClory, a white man, who to preserve the historical city
_. gates, wInch stand at the intersection of
on train !:1 Wednesday bound for Palm
.. life, but proved of no avail. -- was arrested on a warrant for trespass,
St. George stl'l'et1141 San Marco
Cooper & Co'. Show Will Exhibit at Tilt Beach.r but which will be avenue.
probably whenthe
Mr. Willahan, the superintendent a } changed Th! city gates and old Fort Marion are
tusville larch 3rd.P The Home Minstrels entertain at the case comes to trial and made: to read
the works of the Florida Extract company the two most interesting landmarks of
went to Jacksonville the first r Read what the Tampa Tribune says of opera hnn e tonight.; Reserve: seats 01 for breaking; and entering, which is amore old St. Augustine especially of historicalnote

the week to his wife this show: sale at Eagle Clothing store. Look ont criminal olleii meet daughter and+ for some time past the gates
son. They have secured a part of theScobie This show camp to Tampa sixty days for the street parade about o'clock this; hasp Friday<< Sheriff Brown received have shown signs of decay.

double: cottage in South Titusville ago; and closed their summer season her e. afternoon. woul from Eau Gallic to arrest MiCIory,
Since that time the and he proceeded to that place, but! foundthat lion. Wayne :McYeagh, former attorney -
I to live in. managers; have luenpainting At the raflle for the quilt at the last !
of the
general l"nitedtates
their his man had taken to till'lJds.. duringthe
t Dr. C. G. Weld, 1>1'. Bryan and :l1Sears r. etc., and up re-organizing railroad for the cars: wagons, meeting of the ladies'\ guild Mrs. E. B.Wager [J. After spending the whole night endeavoring > Arthur administration, and now a
; season ('f held the lucky number. She i is
all members of the Canaveral club, I'.XH) .\ large amount of )ha-! been I to )locate him the sheriff was obliged prominent attorney Washington, 5 is at 1
left Monday for their homes. This cut* expended in making the money very proud of this handsome piece of to give; it up there, for no ramp lire or Palm Beach; where he will remain for t
many impiovement" handiwork.Mr.i .
down the contingent of members now trace of the man could I be found. :Suspecting the next two months. :Mr. :McYeagh Is

present at the club house to only three, They their first : L. C. Oliver, of Miami, stopped etl'm ; that :McClory might) seek to getaway : accompanied by :Mrs. :McYeagh. It is
who will probably stay until the middle night. Their;gave exhibition la st here last evening on hip return homefrom !I Sheriff Brown had instructed one not thought that they will return to '

or last of the month. by a delighted mammoth and touts: were crowded I a Hying: trip to Palatka! and called I
The steamer St. Augustine was placed ence. The show has appreciative added audi I at Tin sruiollice before leaving on the I Ion the look-out for him, an1lcClory: spring. They will remain at Palm Beach 1
many new!
the between I lock and PalmBeach midnight train. was found at Sew Smyina the next for at least two months longer.
# on run lodge : attractions for 1UOO) ), and we predict for I day,
I this week in connection with the St them a grand ncc('-.- herever they vMt. I Made-to-Order Suit, 895. Gardner.Mr. probably get ting: away from Eau Ball lie "t. .\n;;n1'tine Xews: A white! man, of

A Sebastian, giving the tourists ample facilities i11'e failed to I learn the names of the many : Ueo. :M. Rbins! retUfIlI'd.ltnr: Ion i train !US Friday\ night while it stopped the hobo species, was noticed loitering
now for viewing the beautiful Indianriver performers, but will I I at the water tan k.'I around the county jail grounds at St. Augustine -
say they are all lie-t- day+ from several days :pent at Hi.- run I
from a steamer's dl't'k.l'e schedule da 8. The clowns were up-tn-fltte. I 1 tyeat of Lake and Orange coutitie- 'I McCIoiy! wts brought here :Saturday ; one day last week. Sheriff Davis .

which will be found on page 2 thi I. where he had important I legal busintvsthat ,. ) and is lodged in jail until) the comingterm ; told) him to clear out, and the man re-

week. DIMITIES, EMBROIDERIES next demanded his attention. of murt. He has been a fi-hl'l1l1m fused: saving he wished{ to he arr tl'+1. r

Mr. J. H. Terry, of Southold, Long Island week. GARDNER'S. i I at Ean Gallie for several months, but 1'Lesheriff tnet.ltnprrsna1lrhimtochanr! e

arrived here Wednesday for hi> - -- .: Dr. C. G. Weld has sent his shallowdralt moved about a good deal{, and i is well his mind and uturenrav, but the obstinant : i

annual visit to Indian river, and insjiee-i WALL PArKK WALL 1'Al'KU ciui-erto 1aliallic: to he housed known to Jacksonville: jtohce. List: wi n- \'arirllltrou"l n<.t tn,. and threatened -

ion of property which he owns in this Just received, spring samples (ift I! Ni :j jmp i by the :Mes:or*. Ilodg-nn Bro?. for the1 j I! tor he worked in the h'-hing business! for { commit Mime ollctise if nut arrested

..,' section of the state lie was Mifferinjrfrom -to-date wall paper' prices ranging; ; coming summer. :Mesis. LoniIyero: [ : }i 'a while heie. The boun-- he broke at once. So the sheriu" took him

a bad cold contracted before 1 he from le. to l trts. per roll. Jilt picture J i ;and John Green carried the yacht to P; ?! 1 Eau; (iallil'n'n' occiipud by negro; in. 1

left New York which has clung to him frame moulding from :;cps. to Sets: I per i i I Jalliu from here Tuesday.! ;. women and we understand that he does Miami: has formed a )moan) of trade.

" with great tenacity until after he airivedhere. foot. Paper tilings, washable: all the way j :Murray Lourcey, of Sets Smyrna, not dl'IItill'. charge., There have been several unsuccessful; : attempts t

He s>i>ent a day or so atp: tt ,' from loots; to 40cts. per roll. :Samples! :; piloted aery smait naphtha launch' | BARRED- PLYMOUTH ,- to do so previously, but this time ,

c:; :Smyrna. furnished: by mail, or can he seen on exhibitiun i!! from that place as far a; this pl oint Tuesday ROCK Eggs it was a determined move that no failure
for 13 for
'I- :Mr. Williaml1l>n, a prominent New at my shop: in Titusville. : returning home that afternoon !i; hatching, $1. should 6+Ilow. The following are electedollicirs.
W. I R.: K.\o\., i The launch made the B. B. PYLES, Titusville. : I'M-ident, 1V.V.. Trout .,
Yorker who has been identified with tl: run from Xew !! ; first _

eat coast of Florida for a number ieaf '| Smyrna I here in abut live hours. fill MLK O1I..XI';: vice-president i M. Brown; second ..,:...

years, owning property in Daytona and Death of Captain Cook. i 1! :Mr. Jerome Tw ichell arrived here :Mon- i A fine, round-hnttuut, cabin schooner, \'i't'-prl iJt'llt, Thos.. L. Townley; directors 1

, winter home in Port Orange, stopped off Capt. George Cook, who recently left day afternoon on his return from Cuba, ;;J :Sc(> ft. long, S ft. G in. beam; a fine nt+Hl el, ', Jo- .\. :McDonald, J. 1;. Lum- .'

here Monday: on his return from a trip to here with the Saunders party fr a crui-v here he spent several week" He only] '!. A ;u'ood sailer, new tail! and rL'ginir. J u.,t iniis ( L. mium trait'< and II. T. Whaler;

Cuba for few hour lIe is quite down the river in his the the thing for a Igo treasurer, Hon. .1. B. Rally: ; secretary,
a j sloop, Golden ;; spent a day or g.) with his sister, M rs. party or pleasuie tl I
Ih charmed with what he saw there. He 1 Rule, returned home Monday afternoon, '!, Xettie feaster, and family at LaGranl'l', '| Also a big !;('owt1!) ft. long IS ft. beam. I R.: U. Ta\lor. "

was Killed north a little earlier than 1L he verill, and died that night at his re Mere returning to his home in Kansa '! Apply to PKTKuXuM>\, -

expected by the death of his brother, dence in West Titusville from hemorrhage ,.Cih'. Titn-\'ill Fla. I For thoroughbred poultry and pouf

j' which occurred while he was in Cuba.\ of the lung His death was very ;i, :Mr.- L. R. Decker has bought; one of ( __ __ try Amsden supplies, Ormond of all, Fla.kinds write E. W. f.
We notice the most favorable mentionin ;sudden unexpected. The burial was the cottages; near the Indian River ho' ; I IiTU'
The impulsioneenip to !have }been
in Titusville
all our state exchanges where Cooper) cemetery Weilnesday afternoon 1 which was owned by the estate of .\. A. :\ };. ,f .
Hl'J no. .\. Hughes made by my adveitisetnents<< that 1 am ?
otliciating :
& Co.'s show has been exhibiting. The DeGrauw. He is moving the The city tax books
Deceased lca\es wife but had ; selling out and will close business are now open at the
a no chil-' my :
West Inter-Ocean compliments the :; another lot and will court hou-e
Key upon{ overhaul same every day, Sunday excepted .
company highly, and hopes ManagerHenessey i dren. For the past year he had been 1 a';: and make it into a neat little cottage for :; here. I will still continue to operate the from !I to 11 a. m., and from 1 to 2 p. m. )
here and will
member of the holiness band i, yard carry the same assortment
prominent -
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will be sure to visit there again, renting.Mr. ; ; S. JOXES, JR., .
of stock .
.geIS although smaller.
I years.I Tax Collector.
This show exhibits in Titusville tomorrow -
: -- Burrill F. Ire, of LaGrange l I wholesale
-- had am opening a yard in Pa- .
f giving exhibition both afternoon : Boat anil Yacht !Sails.i the pleasure of enteitaining a couple) of latka, from which to make carloadhip- BE LOUD] TO YOURSELF, and good

I and evening! and we have received word Fit and work tiia.nsiiip guaranteed. Fish| : his Philadelphia' friends last tree k- meats and have the advantage: of the ti. your friend relwttthebestr, afneno

that a number of people from down river boat sails: a specialty. end for estimate.:; ': Messrs. James Shallcross and J. E. through rates. to hiskey, H AKPi""* ,/
a points will probably come here to at H. HENKCKE: I Hendrickson. One of thcM "'T' .OVI \ :i win-key is the your fries* ,
: : gentlemen Geur:+:i: I'; '
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t"'. 2 FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1900.

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1' THE FLORIDA STAR no lack of issues in the presidential TO WEIGH MAILS. GENERAL DIRECTORY Florida

campaign, and they are issues

lt 1;, Entered at the postoffice at Titusville as which are making the Democratsfeel Quadrennial a Basis Practice For New of the Contracts.GovernmentAs SOCIETIES ETC. e Central & Peninsular

second-class mail matter. certain that they will elect the TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TEADE-M. S.

11 Once every four years the postoffice Jones president; J. 41. Dixon, treasurer; J,
I', Ellis K. Wager, Editor and Publisher. next president. department of the United States govern- G. R ...t, secretary. Meets second Wednesday -I Hailroa
night in each month at their rooms. I
ment weighs its mails, and on the results

i PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOSSING.SUBSCRIPTION. PASSENGERS arriving in Tampa makes its contracts with the various F. & A. M.-Indian River lodge, No. 90, holds !
Unexcelled service from Floridato
1 e 81.50 PER ANNUM; from Havana complain about the transportation companies of the countryfor its meetings the second and fourth Friday house.I I all points .. ,. .. ..
the court
evenings of each month at
it 75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS. the following four years. For this
action of the examiners
immigration -
A. A. Stewart, W. M.; J. Mendel, Secretary. i
work elaborate iI North East and West.
. t preparations are necessary I
:n.. Advertising Rates Furnished on at Key West. According to and the great task involves vast de- INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.-R. E. }lims, Two trains daily between TAMPA,

1.' Application. stories told by highly respectable tail. The splendid discipline of the de- Captain. Drill every Saturday night at i JACKSONVILLE, SAVANNAH and

r there is little 8 o'clock, at armory, over county jail. i iI COLUMBH, carrying Pullman Drawing
' Communications on live topics, especially people, or no accom- partment naturally reduces the difficultiesto I

of local interest, are solicited. But the editor modation about these oflicers. Ona the minimum, but with all the prepa- CIIUKCHES.3PISCOPAL ; Room Sleeping with sleepers Cars, cannecting forWASHINGTON at COLUMBIA -

r 1'1 reserves the right to condense them to suit. rations that can be devised the work is
It.. Brief items of neighborhood news always recent trip, when many passen- CHURCH.-Her. B. F. Brown, I
desired. necessarily great. For a period of five Rector Services second and fourth Sundays ,
.. were ill and feeling badly, it
:; .. gers weeks, and possibly,; longer, every sack of in each month at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. I B.U.TDWREPHILADELPHIA..

. i.: It must be clearly understood that neither was insisted:: that each one, male : every class of mail that is taken on or put Sunday school every Sunday at 9:00 a. m. i iI I and NEW YORK.

r, THE STAR nor its editor is responsible for and female, appear personally be- off at every station in the country must PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Kev. John A, i
, opinions expressed by correspondents.
i ., fore the examiners. It i is said some be weighed accurately, and for every trip Hughes, pastor. Sunday school, 10 'a. m.; i Also with CINCINNATI.sleeper viaASHEVILLE.

" f. Subscribers will confer a favor on THE arrangements are needed whereby that is made a report must be preparedand Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer
t meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. You are :
STAR if they will notify us of any failure tot
, be carefully baanced! and four copies invited to
to come.
, receive their paper. persons might protected some I
__, I
made. On where the "
every postal car "Dixie Flyer"
11 Ladies Through Sleeping Car
. -- -- -- extent. are especially an- BAPTISTCIIURCII-Preachingat fitusville ;:
railway mail service; i is operated a special Route between
: second Sunday in each month, morning and I .
Making issues. at the treatment receivedfroth '
,- ; noyed ;
weighing clerk is detailed for service, or evening. Prayer meetings: every Wednesday JACKSONVILLE and ST. LOUISvia
" '
I Ffi l- the execution of this law. the mail clerk in charge will attend to eveni"g at 7:00 o'clock. Sunday school ,
It was very truly said by leading Lake City, Macon, Atlanta,
9:45 Indianola
the work whose duty it is to weigh every Sunday at : a. m. on
every Nashville
+ Democrats during the meeting of the fo"rth Sunday; LaGrange on the first Chattanooga ,
, sack it is taken
and thatis
T. DeWitt on every one
REV. Talmage says Sunday. E. N. BELL, Pastor
Making connections for KANSAS CITY
i the Democratic National committee- off. For this platform and ,
put purpose ---- -----
"A whose columns CHICAGO and all points in
: tee last week, that there would be newspaper over- spring scales are used, which the railroad YIETIIODIST CIIURCH.-Eev.. Mickler, the uoEthwest. .
Ii flow with advertisements of business Pastor. Services;: first, and third Sundays in
f no lack of issues in the presidentialcontest and transportation companies are required each month at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.; Sunday Through sleepi nr oar service betweEn Jacksonville -
this year. The Republicans men has more influence in at- to furnish. In special cases where school each Sunday at 10 a. m.; Ep- and New Orleans via River Junction -

: them and it is tracting to and building up a town the amount of mail runs up to high; figures; worth league every Sunday at 3:30 p. m; and Pensacola.
f making
are larger scales are supplied at the initial Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7:30 p.
, t .. evident, from the speeches some (If.. than any other agency that can be terminal stations where sacks or 01.; Ladies' Aid society meets each Wednesday Full this information on. application to any agentof
where there many may at 3:00 m. Everybody welcome. comany.A.
: employed. People p.
i go
; the Republican members of the be weighed at the same time.
is business and labor where
,. house are making, that they are capital' ; I For this quadrennial measurement Superintendent .TOWN- -DIHECTOKY.--- Gen'l Pass.'tGen'l Pass. Agt.being .

l not issues that will assist the Re- there is an enterprising commun L. M. Ti-rrill, of the fourth TOWN OFFICERS. I>. Penney, mayor; __ _

'". ity. No power on earth is so strongto division, with headquarters at Atlanta, M. S. Jones Jr., marshal and tax collector;
publican party. has the C. S. Schuyler clerk and treasurer John
, The house has agreed to vote ont build up a town as a newspaper prepared necessary blanks for returns Henry. assessor; I). L. iauldeu. F. A. Los A YachtFOR

well patronized, and its power together with an elaborate set of Icy J. M. nixon, W. R. Kuox, Jiio. K. Walker -
tariffbill this week.
!t the Porto Rican should be rules to govern weighing) clerks in the councilnien. The council meets first

It is a Republican measure, but it appreciated. performance of this duty. Tuesday in each month.
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r is by no means certain. that it will For the lines in Florida and runningout COUNTY UIKECTOKY.BOUNTY .
, "The Noblest Mind of Florida forty-three weighers have $50
be I. There issues
passel are some .
OFFICERS.) L. Gauldeu. Titus-
L The best contentment lias." Yet, however been appointed who are to work on these
growing out of it that will play an vine, county judge; M. Goldsmith, Titus- '
noble in mind, no i man or woman lines which are under the direct superintendence ville, prosecuting attorney; A. A. Stewart c

important part in the presidential can have perfect contentment without of C. S. Heaver, chief clerk in Titusville, clerk circuit court; J. F. Woot- Full i
working drawings and instructions for
{ campaign. For instance, the Republicans physical health. The blond must be kept Jacksonville. Two assistant superintendents en, Cocoa, tax assessor; E. W. Hall, Sharpe bujIdin tax collector John Henry, Titusville,
f 5 in order to justify a tariff pure and the stomach and digestive or- have also been assigned to the work treasurer J. II. Sams, Courtenay, superintendent build to c-ost. complete $5'). Send postal .

r on Porto Rican products sent to !fats i in good order. The best means for from the oJlice of the second assistant public instruction; J. O. Fries, Ti- mentioning paper full particulars.

this purpose is Hood's; *JI' :lparilla. It postmaster general at Washington. tusville, county surveyor; J. P. Brown, Ti- Subscription print'. *:!.{IO pt:1' YI'ar. ::k. a copy

i our markets, have been forced tot promptly cures all blood humors and eruptions tusvil1. sheriff; T. J. Cockbhutt, LaGrange, At1t4eas,
take the that is registration officer 9 Murray St., Xew York City.
position congress and the ____ _
tones tip s\ stem. If troubled with rheumatism, give 'n

\ not bound by the constitution in The favorite cathartic Hood's Pills. 23e; Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial. It will COUNTY COMMISSIOXERS.-J R. Walker A $4.00 BOOK FOR"Wets"
Titusville chairman; W. II. Sharpe Sharpes:
'f 4. .< legislating territory belonging to not cost you a cent if it does no good. One Jos. Mendel, LaGrange; Jno. Houston, Eau

" the United States-that the constitution NOTICE TO TEACHERS. application will relieve the pain. It also Gallic; J. N. Waller Ankona. Regular ses The Farmers' Encyclopedia

cures sprains and bruises in one-third the sions are held first (Tuesday each month.
't. i does not extend to territory Everything pertaining -
Texts From Which Uniform Examination time required by any other treatment. to the affairs -
outside of the Union, except: COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.-J. M. Dixon, of the farm,
J. Ouestions Will He Taken Cuts, burns, frostbites, quinsey, pains in Titnsville: S. F. Gibbs. Melbourne. household and
: by treaty or by statute. Congress the side and chest' glandular and other ffl'' stock raisin?. Embraces

, I is therefore free to impose any laws KlHTATIOXAL STATI: : OF FI.OKII DEI'AKT.MEXT, ")I swellings are quickly cured I by applyingit. TIME CARD NO. 4, th I I the horse articles the colt on,

, it pleases on our insular possessions T.u.i.\n.\svni: :; :, Fi.\, Nov., ', !>I. J Every bottle warranted. Price :25; -a ,,.F'" i horse of habits the horse diseases ,

' or any other United States .ind 50c. K. R. Wilon:011.: : ndian River ts 'l( ,i the farm grasses,
, The following i is i-sued: ill consequence I SteamersI I f, sa 11 ;I fruit culture dai'ying.cookery.healtb.-
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' territory for that matter. It can, of the numerous requestmade to this office 1, li .
: is satisfied l with the I l
IfKngland new I R ll cattle sheep.sw me,
:, say the Republicans, make one set for the texts from which the uniform Nicaragua: treaty, that i is reason enough III Etl'ert IVbiuary ) I ti yi1.H, poultry bees the 14

\ of laws for Porto Rico and another examination: que.-tions \\ ill be taken in to make some American patriot !-'U! pl'l.tit.l'hlacIdphia _:: 4 .:' ,il dog ufe, toilet social
y .', r :l etc., etc. One
for Hawaii and still another for the June, WOO!) : IxHlger. ,, .: rf : of the most com-
For the June examination the following __ __ n \ ::1 plate Encyclopedias
:IIL !
Philippines. The Democrats vigorously i, in existence
) are the texts with the publishers: Lewis lennialclll: Ind., says: "Ko- .:i'1' A large book, 8x5% 1

deny this contention of the ( lithography, Seed's Word Le:-sums! dol I >ysj: >epMa Cim- did IIM more trood Leave O'KLEaI4Indays: \\ednesda.v-,, I :' l' x li inches. 63o a
This will be issue than I took." It Thursdays and Saturdays, .I.O'J in. It pages, fully illustrated
Republicans.: one Maynard & U)., X. Y.; reading (any anything ever digests:: p. ..' / bound In
whether the Porto Rican bill -tandaid reader willII wt.'I'); coni >osilioUjSwinton's i- what y"u eat and cannot help but cure Arrive PALM: HEAdl Tuesdays, Thursday green cloth bind
| 'lys wjisia and stomtich troubll'H.: 1 IJ.Vilson Fridays and Sundays, 2:30 I', iu. ing and equal to .
= : New :School A. I B. C .
becomes a law or not. ) \ l & Son. other books costing
X. Y ; arithmetic, Milne's! Standard t A. NouiH-rorxn: I 5100. If you desire this book send us our special .
Growing; out of this: i issue will be Dller price, $0.75, and 90.20 extra for postage and
l'. ('0 ; IMis-h l'ilIllllal"Id'ali'i': ( .\ 15. Leave PALM IJE.U"II Mondays. Wedn.Mlay.s.Fridays we will forward the book to you. If it is not satisfactory
the charge against the Republicans Co.; I". S. history, Kit-Id's ( 'rain mar 'I'axssessol"'s! Notice. and Smtundays,10:00 a. III. return it and we will exchange it or refund

that they favor millionaires leg School, .\. 15. Co: ; Florida history !, I will lu ut the following; ; places at the Arrive KOfKLKDCn; Tuesdays, Thursdays, your money., quoting Send the lowest for our prices special on illustrated books.FREE catalogue \

islation. This charge will be a Green's C ; : or Fairbanks', the first by \r1l.1 dates named for the purpose of assessing; ; Saturdays; anti Sundays, Q.W a. in. Ve can save you money. Address all orders to

minor issue, but it will be an effective : Wilkins Co., Haltimou'( the last! taxes for the vear hill( : Steamers connect with the Florida THE WERNER COMPANY, j.

This evidence in by II. & \\'. B. Drew) ( 'u., Jacksonville; tVoodley, )Monday, March 5lil East Coast railway follows: Publisheri Hanaftttveri. Akron, Ohio.
one. The Werner
reliable. Editor.
sup [ Company is thoroughly ]-
geography, Uidt\ay's Natural Advanced I 't'all\, 'I'ue::'1 ay, a'ebatIan 'OUTII'BOUND __ _
i is found in the ,
of the charge !
\Vednsdly ;
A. 15. Co.; physiology; :StteleV! hygienic, '' Leave JACKSONVILLE a. in. 50 YEARS'

difference between the Porto Rican .\. 15. (:4l. ; civil! :'eminent, T'IIeIHr8h"rtl'r deco, Thnr-day: ,. Arrive IOl'KU\lliE3':\ p. in. EXPERIENCE ,

tarifl bill pending in the house and :-: Course, A. 15. G).; algebra, (\Ialabar;rant, Friday)Iomlay, .. 12 H XuHTII.Jor XDLiav !
the Hawaiian bill pending) in the White's SchiK.I, ,\. il. Co. ; phjMcal ge- .['I II III:1n, Tuesday', ., I.; lai'KL1iII1:12: : p. in. ,

setrite. Hilt are Republican measures. igraphy, Houston's Xv, Kldredgc & Melbourne, \\"t'dnt'3tl\y, 1-1 Arrive JACKSONVILLE; ../.01'. in. I 1h 1

In the bill a tariff taxis IJro., Philadelphia; theory and practice, 1 Eau Gallit', Thursday 15

White's EII'Ill'utof Pedagogy; ; A. B. ( 'u. frolic, Friday 1 Iti INDIAN RIVER AND BAY BISCAYNE I
: placed on the sugar of the Porto For tImeseltenmberexauminatum: the same ;lan van, )Iutillay, 19! .
Ricans to market Coals TUt'Iay, 20tTeorgiana INLAND NAVIGATION CO. TRADE MARKS {
coming our :extse uboxe will lie n-ed: except that DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS

though there are only about ((JO/KM() ( ) : : "Methods! in Dlueation) ,'" by A. I !. 1't'tlnewday, "" 21 l Operating a line of steamers between &c. '

tons of it produced annually, and i it. ('0., will be :nlMituted; ) for; Whitman.; City Point, Tlnirsday, _2Merritt UOCKLEIXJE. on INDUN I:I nr:. Anyone sending n sketch and Friday, 23Ilaulover and I'ALM KIIACH, on LAKE quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an A
;IPI'I l'lI1ts for lir-t :grade) ivititicates will I 27 WORTH, touching at principal landings invention i!i pn.bahly patent able, ri.mnmmca-
it i is owned by a large number of I 'faesktV, tumsotnrtlyr,nittdential. Handbook on Pateuts ,
farmer The Hawaiian llillprm.ith. 1 be examined also: on "The l Kejtoit of the I \limns, Wt'l I 1It>::,lay, 2 s U-tween! these |>"ints. sent! free. nlde-t aePticv for fierurniii patents.

poor Committee: i of Ft teen I on KiemeiitaiyEducation : i Lairange, Thursday, U 2g.) Tickets arena siiie at and! information can tptcial I'atent nutiee taken, wn hunt through charge Mnnn, in the&; Co. receive i

:, that the sugar produced' ," whirli can be obtained from I riln"dllt', Fri i lay, :d 0 be obtained from any of the following; otlici-:
in the Hawaiian Wands: amounting : he A. 15. ('0. for .",(1( cents; and applicants i iI I 'nt'IIa, :Saturday, "n.1) Jai-ksiiiivillo('-Mr. J. II. KatTerty.! Awnt.Cor. Jlm ri\an. \ :;:

to : (OOfO), ( ) tons: a yearand owned I for -.Toiul and third] gradecertificates: i (':\na n ral, Tuesday', April ;T llojian and Bay streets.In A hanrt'wimi'iv nf iliuxtrated wppklv. Largest cir.filiation .
IDuiItii1.L I any journal. 'I'ermsl38
almost wholly by American will be examined: on Koaik and on "The i )Clanks will UP left at ah: the p()tomt'E'8 St. .Im:!u-tint' -(ii-ncral Ofliw, Rank year: fur months, |1. Sold by all newsdealers.

IJejKHt of the Committee of Twelve OP in the county fir the purpo-t: of makimgreturns. MUNN r & CO.36tBroadaay. New York I
millionaires, may come into our 1 I ,J. F. WUlln::" .
Hotel Ponce de Leon.Ticket
Ticket Oflic
!oral: :Schools, w hich can lit'! obtained i Branch Office. G25 F Washington.. D. t:.
market tIutfn'l'. This discrimination ,\8'l'!'." r. oilice. Florida East C'oJ s.t Hail-
from Irwin Hiepiml, Winona, :Minn., at i station. I
I; against the poor farmers of _'."> cents a !simlgle! fops by mail, or in -- -- way Pt.PV .Q'S
A I'owder Mill i:>|'l<>.i iRemoves In R'lI"klt.tII.-Ht'fI. ({. (ilenson, Superintendent. i HAIR BALSAM
; Porto Rico is one of the results: of larsier quantities- at I' or *0 cents, according steain'niat \,harf. 'I ;cf ,- Creaa-k. and the half.I'rumuttl .

( the theory that congress has authority to quantity ordered. Yours truly, : drastic l mineral: everything-p'ills. \but ixith sight are: mightyd.ingerons. so do .I Ticket otlice. Florida East Coast lln-i; ff'is:i :.r .1Ncvrr Tails a hixurizrt to Restore growth.Gray
1 tra. Color.
\\ )I. X. :-:HE.1Ts w:,y !ot:1 t iuu. to its
outride of the ,
to !
I legislate: ; Ihm't dynamite the delicate I
constitution territory belongingto State :-:Ill+t. Public Instruction.TO : machinery of your'both with calomel. In Palm I5ea it-T. T. Reese Agent, Cat bl,...k I ,- : !> !,,:.,
: north Ko>"al I Poi IIda lIa.
nil when Dr. KingVXew i
Croton siloes :, :
or pill
tIm United States: <:TII; A com ix OM': 1 *'k"t Otlice.. Hotel Royal Poineiana. '
: Life Pills, which ai'I gcntlermt511111- 'I I$6.00 BOOK FOR ONLY $2.90Magner's

The :Savannah News suggests: lake l.\\.vriviITmutptficixE'f.ain.i': ] !: i mer bivexe, do the woik 'ifectly. ('UI'l'.- And all ticket ollices of the Florida I I-! t

J that an issue: which will plague the All druggists t refund the mOH'if it fail. ; lieadai-he. constipation. Only L':-M: at 15K. ('n:ast Rjiilway. I Standard Horse and Stock Book.

Republicans during the pre.siden- to cure. 1:1. _W. liuuvE's sig'natnie onevery I:. Wilxm: Son'- drug store. CH,VRI.ES PKWE. C. R. GAII.LAIH, I A complete pictorial
lox..t ). F. HoI- .In. I
: .W. 1'- ----- --- c. KINS cucyclojadia o'
) tial campaign i is found in the action ; AdiitiuNtralnrV N nti('(-. Turn lins Pa-v-enger; Agent1Notice. '. practiral reference

of the president:: in governing riio-phalt- Lumber ..loiirnal.iaa i I ____ ___ _" ---. .-.-- i forborne: contains Thiiboi'k
I All persons cojici'rnrtl tikinotice t 1:11.SIX r maul

fY. -.d'M. our insular: I possessionswithout' : : I any < ) i is to have another paper, the I mouths. after date I will! pn'-i-nt my filial ''d ., Y- ;: hitherto\.tliiuble nnknou recipes oitHTiitie

reference to the constitution i or Florida Mining and Manufacturing Record. arniiiuta anti! \"ouriicrnailiimiitnitor of the -\lll"'II"flU'.1 take not in- that six 111".r.- 1 r. controllini
of H \\ il i.. '. late of Hrcvaidconnty ''
estate : rrii-t L. "! ; at.d oducatirghors
I w'll.! uhllilli.tlatur of tin ; -
is he claims 1 L. J. I llrnmby.: late of the Marion lint l>. L. :tftr'rIio' as "s '
It !
true dctc.ivl tl'
to etln re--: :. i Florida tal..f K"-wt-il .\. Raiidih. late of !tt's i- : ;,;, j.artiiu'ntsdevotti
i Free Tress:: will be! the editor and Sauldcn.\ county J'n'"I'! of ..tiff nmuty. awl to horns, cattle
the do tin as: commanderinehiefo'f 1'0In.dor. I county. Florida. deci-i "'1. present m\. ;.1.i .;
rightcto lt tJl'-1' atl sty iie n:"' .1
; It N to k pray to IK clivliargi-d fnun :-114'11. aiiiiiinistratiwn. ;
) a. thirty-page llt'ri.IIdll':11 airoiuit sill'll administrator to the JI"L'I''.itble 1 poultry sbe" r1' 1 1"p l'
the but there is .\. S. av'IL'X..IdministrtLlr.: :. ", .
army devoted exclu'ivt'Iv to phosphatesand \ : I). L. iJiiulilen. county jisdfi1,1 i tore, including tL
in Porto Rico: and has been I II i enmity, and lImy t'oi my tmal liharx. ti'.:' care of fruit tn.e.ttr Y
no war : I1itt'rerts.IIO11''S. I! TitLi! \ill(. R-i.. Xo\. 3r l. }"!III. 1,200 pages, ove
such ailuiinistratioii.
none for a year and a half. He is: ----' 1,760 maeiiificej
Jo-EI'H P. II'"\\'riitpfd '4
Tills.tofferOneIlundred : )I.\ TIH'''' ::0-\1.1;. illustrations an>
.'-directing a civil government ill : :i- I'\-otii'loaduiiiii; :-t .,; Btsolutely tie fines
Cuba although there i ino war \ : Dollars U.-ward for :; Under and l hI' virtin IIi a di-CHT of Thi- iH-cembiT l: llt. .\. I).. l'99. -<}, and most valaacifarmers'
any ('itur 4' ,tan-h that t au not \v cured l..v i-lo-nre and salcVntcn: il in the circuit court book in tb
tliere. It has been announced that'Itcbxrat 1 tail's Catarrh Cure. John world. It aim cit
wli'-rin .
for Hrevard cnunty. in a < .iu- Notice to l)cl>t r> and Creditor. mill1 17 special colored
the in the Philippines: i is 'IHI- F. J. ell EX EY t ('0. I>rs.. 1'ul'do.! o."l' i I II. Hoxan isrompiain.Mit and John ('.Uiii-sey! plates. If .-'
de war the uiulervi 'iH-d. ]have known I'. J ; I.t al., are defendant will "t1T-r for sale in All |i'I'J'St'U" having da ln- against: the i ,;,!:! .lesuo: tlil' book, r' I
,3 ; ed*, and yet the president is: L:.!'ovJtojhia : Chim-y for the last 15 years and iMlkvihim; ; : front of the court hon-e ilo..r. at Titn-\'ilJ, of .fame-* I.Ail'Irrw.lab'of Hrevard'in' ,. u> our special cffe
4 \I perfeetlyhonorableiuallbu..[lIPso; transactionami -, diirinstlie It-pil hmirif -::11.! on th- tit-t Florida deceased. arc hereby' notified t-i |II i n; price) $2.90 ano v
1 those islands although eonjoul'd -
.I pming miaiu-ially able to carry tint any ol li".r i \.Monday March. A. II. 1"MI. to the hijihetamllicot : sent thrum to the mult''IlruI": \ rly! ,tuih wil! f+.rt. and If the*.'t" '
Waitress is in session.There tiuus made tiy their tirtu.Ve bidder for nish. the followins real! < ntirated, within tin- tint pre-cribi 1 I IA satisfactory to'ou. it return i ii.

m issue also in the \ >t & Trim.: Wholesale;. Toledo otate. situate in Hrevaid county, Florida to- law. or this notice will be lla'adt'l! in Iwr iirecovery r-- and w e will ezcbang
rookfyn; j1 will be an : 1Vaiding. Rinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Drug- wit: N.1V.1 of the X i:. awl X.If X, 1.. anti all persons owing said estate it or refund you
kerener, \ .old standard bill, which has been pi,.ts. Toledo. 11 lIall'\! tf'rrl' Cure is taken internullv act.4U 00 acres more or leas; excepting, however ment to me. juoting the lowest prices on books FREE. W
,J' eed conference, and .... l.l_1 :an save you money Address all orders to '
Id ; upon tug 1 tit the allll IIIUCOUS surface out of the aJOtmd, the right of way JOHX McLEAX.
I. to ich will }-". ssed, in all probE be: t{;, .;Y5 em. Price Tic per IItttll' of the Florida East Coast railway cowl..toy. Administrator of the estate of James I). THE WERNER COMPANY, t '
'- &I l"pt' 2-llst Testimonials frce. M. GOLDSMITH, Andrews deceased. i hibliiben and ilinnfactureri. Akron OhIo
; There will be ..Iberfir' gr r'hebest. I' Special 3lastcr.l Jensen, Fla Feb. 9th, IWIO.e [The Weiccr Corapar.jr:i t-'xcougtly lble.l-Editor.
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I ,,.. ;/f: *. THE FLORIDA STAR: FRIDAY, MARCH, 2,1900. '3 :C ::4 1

ranging the agricultural display, and phrase at the_ entrance to this. department GET lOTAbn gives; color._ ; i
TTHIS COUNTRYAl PARIS I he ,hopes that one of the direct benefits P Ii

} ?' [! to the farmers to follow, the exploitIng An especially Interesting feature of flavor and firmness to :1

of such a' unique scheme will be the show will be the-friendly rivalry WITH A LAME BACK ? : :

I' shown, In increased exports of .American between the United States and France .

THE UNITED. STATES AT THE BIG corn. In the corn kitchen there as to the comparative merits of their Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. ;all fruits. No good fruIt.. 1 : J

FRENCH, EXP SITI N. win be skilled, cooks to prepare the automobiles. France led us hi the

: dishes_in every possible form and witha adoption of this idea of locomotion, Almost everybody who reads the newspapers I can' be raised without 1 I

't'sc ,Creditable Exhibit*,. In the Various corps of attendants to enable visitorsto but we soon got intothe% running, and is sure to know of the wonderful }I :i i!
Departments' Cnlqne Feature cf enjoy the good things hot from the the builders and users of our horseless I. 'I i cures Kilmer's Swamp-Root by Dr. Potash. .

Some of Oar Display*-It Is Thought ranges. The dishes will Include corn conveyances say we have overtakenthe J the great kidney, liveranc1 I

That,We Will Hold Our Own. cakes, corn' puddings, corn bread, canned Frenchmen in the chase. Another bladder remedy. Fertilizers containing at least .

:j- I corn desiccated corn popcorn field in which there will be sharp competition "IL It is the great medi- .
y [Special Correspondence.
breakfast dishes of all kinds made is that of the bicycle. As a cal triumph of the nineteenth

"-i', WASHINGTON, Feb. 27.-With the appointment from corn, hominy grits, cornmeal in i general thing American bicyclists believe it century; discovered -- 8 to 10% of Potash will give ..:: I

l of the members of the commission dozen other forms, possibly Including that the wheels made in this coun- after years of i' i a

:-:.. 'i which is to represent the Unit Rhode Island johnnycake, Kentucky try are superior to those produced in J 1 scientific research by best results on all fruits. Write j I
:" c' ed States Dr. Kilmer
the Paris emi-
: at -exposition the ,
hoecake Missouri corn dodger and Sal Europe but at the Paris exposition

_.' < ,executive machinery of our part of the ly Luun, to say nothing of the corn Americans will not be the sole judges, .. nent kidney and blad-
,. der specialist and is for which 1.
big show Is about completed. Com- our pamphlets ought n nto
Juices, which will be shown in another and we may run on to a puncture or wonderfully successful In promptly curing -
{ missioner General
has force of
; > lame back kidney, bladder, uric acid trou-
,:;' assistants which will enable, him to goes without saying that in the two.Undoubtedly the greatest things of bles and Bright's Disease which is the worst be in every farmer's library. I -I I

place and direct the Vnited States: exhibits field of machinery at the exposition the the big show will be the displays In form of kidney trouble F t.

e.' ':.' in telling manner. There is every United States will outshine all compet the field of electricity, participated in Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not rec- They are sent free. I, ;
,< Indication that this country will itors. The genius of our inventors, by almost every country represented at ommended for everything but if you have kid

I t come out of the exposition with a record supported by the skill of our master the exposition. The telegraphs, the ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found .1 c: i li
.::. '. which will Just the remedy you need. I(has been testedin GERMAN KALI WORKS ;
;. put us In the front rankamong mechanics and the enterprise of our telephones and all the other graphsand in

{p".; the nations represented. captains of industry, will surely giveus phones, the engines for generatingand practice so many among ways the hospital helpless work too poor in private to pur- 93 Nassau St, New York. t 4T' i i

fi: The United States has taken part in the prize on the field where the the machinery for transmitting the chase relief and has proved so successful in .

I ; : many expositions. In some It has progress of man Is traced by hands of mysterious power, all resplendent un every case that a special arrangement has oT 4i i

.:: ", ', taken the lead while upon every occasion iron and steel. It is impossible to givea der the illuminating member of the been made by which all readers of this paper National Bank : J I

it has made creditable showings comprehensive detailed statement of electric family, will make a magnificent who have not already tried it, may have a '

but never before has the country scor- what the machinery exhibit will be interesting and instructive dis sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book 1

when The mind of man play. And here's where we'll shine. telling more about Swamp-Root and how to.
-irf .ter completed. find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
the Stale of Florida
cannot comprehend the illimitable pos- SAMUEL HUBBARD.It When writing mention reading this generous i I \
sibilities in this direction for the United offer In this and
is hard to stand and
States. very idly by see
send your address to Ii ''?:: -
Our merchant marine exhibit will, of our dear ones suffer while awaiting! the Dr. Kilmer&Co.,Binghamton : : ; i15 ffi't STATE AND CITY DEPOSITARY I
arrival of the doctor. An Albany (X. Y.) "I 'ill ;
: course, not beery extensive as just N. Y. The __ ;:
now merchant marine is not our strong dairyman called l at a drug store tin r
-, I suit, but when it comes to shipbuilding doctor to come and see his child then dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

r i sick with Not finding the ', > "I
we will show the Europeans a few very croup. ----- - -- ------- ,

I, kinks in yacht construction and prob- doctor in, he left word for him to come PROFESSIONAL CARDS. -t" !,

ably also give them some points regarding at once on his return. lie also l bought a I t

warships. It is not Intendedto bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, iOBBINS & GU4IIAM, Capital, $100,000. : ;

r. I surrender this department entirelyto which he hoped would give some relief ATTOR EVa-AT-LMV,
until the doctor should arrive. In few .i
the sporting and warlike spirits, for a !
we shall show models of our magnificent hours he returned, paying the doctor need TIT' S\"IL: E, FLORID :: i I

f'I I I Long Island sound and river not come, as the child was much letter. Accounts of Firms, Banks and ;
Office hours-10 to 12 a. in. antI 2 tot p in. i
steamers our fine ferryboats and our The druggist, Mr. Otto Scholz, says the Will practice in all courts, tate and federal. Individuals Solicited '

floats for carrying railroad trains. Thelargest family hassince recommended Chamber- Special facilities for examining and perfectug i i ;

f'I' exhibit in this department will lain's Cough Remedy to their neighbor land titles. 'I j

be that of the American line, which and friends until he has a constant de- .
I). L. GAULI1KX, !
!.' will contain models of all their splendid mand for it from that part of the country.For OFFICERS: t

o;;. American built steamships.The sale by B. K. Wilson & Son. ATTORXEY-AT-LAW,
it HENRY B. TOMPKIISS, President. :
I Mississippi- river engineering- E. T. SHCBBICK, Vice-President. J
COMMISSIONER GENERAL F. W. PECK. which comes in the ,government's: department Lemon and orange peel grated mixed 'ITISVII.LE, FLORIDA. THOS. P. DENHAM, Cashier. .4 I

I ; W such a triumph as it will score this will be shown. In addition to with sugar and made into a paste with JAMES D. BAKER Assistant Cashier. ,
of Brevard
their own juice are excellent for flavoring County judge county. WiIIllrac- .
the steamboats it will illustrate; the en- '
ks year at Paris unless all expectations cakes and If into small tiet' in all the1 courts of the 7th judicial or- DIRECTORS : lli
puddings put a ;
fail Commissioner General Peck, As gineering work on the rivers? such as i cult of Florida. ."
will for months.
jar keep
the marvelous jetties constructed by J. N. C. STOCKTON ALBION W. KNIGHT ;
sistant Commissioner General B. D. -- -- - I 1

: Woodward and their aids by earnestand Eads at New Orleans and the hundredsof DUNCAN U. FLKTCIIEU, E. T SUUBRICK, RAYMONDD.KNIGHT, '
fJi. miles of dikes which extend on both .1. I. llevry, Lnganton, Pa., writes: THOS. P. DEN HAM, RICH'D MCLAUGHLIN, i.
scientific application have accomplished "I am willing to take my oath that I was \v. A. HALLOWLS. WM. H BAKER, t
sides of the river. This extensive ATTO RX Y-AT-LA,
so much that the departmentsat great cured pneumonia entirely by thereof HENRY B. TOMPKINS.,

Washington and others acquainted exhibit: has been accomplished bya One Minute Cough Cure alter doctors fail- ,

with the work are assured that the combination made with the Pan- ed. It also cured my children of whooping JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ondiIn -n

t''i" United States will take a place second American exposition to be held in Buf- cough." Quickly relieves and cure Co I I

I to none in the great competition. Near- falo In 1001. The Buffalo fair will have toughs, colds, croup, grippe and throat M. GOLDSMITH,

ly all of the chief assistants on the the use of the same exhibit after it and lung; troubles. Children like it. ATT( )RNEV-AT-LAW, .Netting i
commissioner's staff, like himself, have comes back to this country. It will be :Mothers endorse it. 15. H. Wilson Son. !, ;

and will include the I TIT"ILI.E. FLORIDA.
had valuable experience in exposition very complete
Dish towels and glass linen should be
present steamers of transportation,
,, work. scalded each day and thoroughly washed Prosecuting attorney for Brevard county -
r The exposition opens on Saturday, lumber rafts, towboats, pile drivers Notary public Will practice in all courts of
and ironed each week and then dried in
and other unique craft of the Mississip state.
c April 14, antI our exhibits have been the air.
forward with such pi. Nothing of the kind which is thoroughly open
going promptnessand
\. I). 1'KVNEY, Fishing Tackle
of the river traffic
regularity that it is expected that Volcanic Eruptions .

;, everything rill practically be in shapeon of this country has ever before been Are grand, but skin eruptions lob lifeof ATT()RN 11Y-AT-LAW, Superior quality Linen Jill
the opening,: day. The space allotted got tipWe tried very hard to arrange
joy. Bucklen's Arnica :salve cuicstliem; Netting made from Knox's
such exhibit for the World's fair at
.\1 to the United States amounts to over an also old, running and fever sores, ulcer, 'm's\iii.K. FI.onIU.t.Will Scotch Th read.Samlks .

'ft a 300,000 square feet. It is variously Chicago, but did not succeed. }boils, felons, corns, wart, cuts, bnn-e: ,
practice in the courts of the 7th anti estimates cheerfully. furnished.
Several of the states have preparedat .
to the exhibit burn scalds bandchilblains..
placed, according groups happed circuit. Corks Leads. Lines etc.
recognized by the French classification great expense large relief maps ami Best pile cure on earth. Drivesout pain*

in a score or more of locations. also maps and models of their greatest and aehes.} : Only 2.) d<, a box. Cure J.UUXIHHWoi.: J. S. JOHNSON & CO.,

With the exception of the agricultural engineering works. New York city will guaranted. Sold by 1'>. U. Wilson it Son,
, exhibits 8pl<'e'has been apportioned antI make: an especially attractive exhibition druggist 2 ATT<)RX Y-AT-LA,
121 South St. BALTIMORE
in this; line. It will show ofUMTU
j exhibits placed under the supervision one ___ ,____
man or woman to tray Main office! and address, Tiblals, Florida. n
of Mr. P. J. V. Skiff, director in chief W.TEnlIol1l'f.t
'; salary ti! monthly )!tice' at Fort Pierce, Ha., upon the 2nd and
, of the exhibit department for the commissioner anal'Spl'nSI's. with increase: position 'th Fridays of cash mouth. USE

i general. Mr. Skiff is an old permanent; inclose self-addres: stampidenvelop. Will piaitite; in all the courts of the ith DREW'SSEND

, Colorado newspaper man. He had MANACJEK; 330 faxtou bld::_. udiiial cirriiit of Florida.F. .

! charge of the department of mines and --
mining at the Chicago World's fair.

H: ",, By the act of congress: of July 1, Chittgo.NowBook .\TTOI:N EY-\T-L.\,
FOR [ i J
For Men
1 lS0S. providing for the participation of TITrI.u FIORIDV CATALOGUE.THE l L t
this country in the Trench exposition L II H

t 'of 1900 the secretary of agriculturewas : Will practice: in the courts of the 7th juilitial [, .

i: authorized to prepare suitable ex- Special Arrangements Whereby a Free firunt.M L 4W. D. DREW -\J' ;

' hibits illustrating the resources of the ,9 Copy Can He Obtained by Every COMPANY, r\ ml\
1) I.. IK)1)MOllice ) ) )\.
: 1
United ij IIrtIII'
\ states and erritories of the Reader of This Paper. :
is divided into 11 l i
_ States. Agriculture JACKSONVILLE, :j
For wrelthe presseshave UOnH.
throe groups by the French authorities.In --: been busy turning Jeuli.1.. "l A. J
J' accordance with the law referred to, ::. 0... tlio t'normol'tlit- =
I ion of !Jr. .1. Newton at residence. first door south of the
t the exhibits in those three :giuiips will ]ithawaj's new book count'jaiL: Oul'fi't classork,

. therefore be made collectively under ..-. "M:: nhaes- Visor; 'at greatly reduced prices A. HODGES :
9; 111'altli'-necessary to
f the immediate supervision of the sec- t--- .r z, t r \ siti!>fthe public de TITUsVII.I.K. FLOiiI\, .

rotary of agriculture in Washington.The '.F "",t.. mand. Dr. Hathaway ..
-- -- --
A.1. h:ts. reserved a limit"'i -- > aMmi Hislits i Fla. _
I department is represented directly f } ; number of these hooks, I)r. IltllllltOII'SFIOatiB .'

1 In this matter by Mr. Charles UichardsPodge ,,'' rlVif amlthesehehasspeciallyarranged Dental Dealer! ill .iinl M.iniifa<'hirers-of
to send tree by ; _l'arhlll'uts'
j for many years a special agentof I ', <; t \o:'. ntailtcalluradersofthis

the agricultural department. Considering \ ,.;;, - ; ,
jI I :0.-: \ ON' THK
and full
I address to him. AM CYPRESS LUMBER
of .
that over two-thirds our entire For -N' v-ars Dr llathai has c'onllwd: his
i domestic exports: are agricultural, practice almost ev'In-.u-u: to diseases i of men.

1 the Importance of properly showing to I klw.1tl.tnd dariii! ti that!?or. ii-1i'tinh! <*>"has s and restored happiness more than men DENTOSNow Fruit and Vegetable Crates. t.{
- foreigners at this exposition: the: vast .tm ten other doctors m the Country combined.Dr. .- --
i I i Hatha\va\ treats and cures by a method
in this field is;
extent of our resources enUnh hi- and perfeUed b> \T
1 apparent. The agricultural exhibit will! hnu.,if and used e e\tlusiu'l b\ him. I/.s o'f PALM BEUH. Estimates furnished for complete bills of t
\'it iht\! Yarie<<','h'. Stricture, lUood Poivraji; :: ,
cover floor to the extent of almost -"V"-=-- -- lumber he delivered at any point on the
i space in it- lIcrem ta t's. Kueuniattem.eak L'wk. ..
c.-=_ .. .
= )1.\1't:1: :5 \1.1: East Coast.
k 45,000 square feet. Individual all m:inner ot uruian complaint fleer :bore
and SKID Disea-e- DnuhtsDi: : ea'-eand all forms -- I
l of final davit of -
1 has not been allotted to i'nderatid >yinii" a \
groweror L'CILDING.
space > HATES of liduc'froll le". His treatment for under- -
flln"llr.o.uf rendered liy the II,m. Minor :>. .
} or association toned men restores lost vitality and maKes the
manufacturer, corporation .
the best pieCes of map work ever turn pat,: nt a strong, YU'11. vigorous man. .f"I"is. judinrof the Cir Hit lourt ill and fur Hodgson Bros. wr'
J local or state, though all have tea Dr. llathan ay's \lt'IC'S m the treatment ot Pn \lid: : utiuitv. Flor.da.) on the 21th day ol t' "
been invited to co-operate so far as ed out. It occupies' OT square Vancoi-elf and :stricture without the aid of knifeor January, A. D. 1(|"<>. in a certain taut in ,; ..
1 and fullest feet and has oust; the city about glt).- cautery b i phenomenal. The patient is treated rhamicery therein n.ndir;! in aid iniut.wl.t (a: In.\I. ;
limited space would admit In tin method at his own home
of its size this without pam I'anit t.II'1 :smith omplamant and .
OUt). Hoeause great map 'run
, credit will be given even to the single: or lobs of tine from imsiness. This IS poMt.u-l\
'J' F. ,I. T\\t'r\ a- a-administrator tin estate of JIIU'UT..
his horizontal instead of upridit. the only treatment which cures without an
l samples that may be contributed by ation. Dr. Hathaway eaU the particular attention oper Julius TIt.r. -tal.. are fendants.! ,. I will aspecial <
farmers. The exhibits: of a state, of The railroad exhibit. sho\\iu our of sufferers from Vaneocele and Stricture to muster in chancery" soil for cash to the
Eau '
most modern equipmentill Ill'l one of pace :!;. :??\ L.I. Jf> and 31 of u his new book. lu the land department of a railroad com- the attracts features to all \" :..itor livery case taki'n M Dr. Hathaway is specially in Ian h, !W(). the same bring the Nth day of
of individual are all treated treated accordum to its nature,all under his, central t
pany or an said mnntli. and a legal ales lay Ix-twmi
as it will ;give both Americans and Europeans per.onalsuperyi.ionandall remedieMised li\ sale, in front III' the Dry Goods Clothii
alike. him are Irparedfroutat purest and bestdrus;m the U fill! h'lIIr"f : court my"
what !
Next in importance to the products opportuuity to i-omjure his own laboratory under his ttersonaloversight.; lions .t'r in Tituii! I5n\ard ruiinty udent \ l'' t
we consider our advanced method Hathaway make no charge!; for con ulta- Florida all tIle illmin::tlf'sl'rilH''Ilntllying' .
are the methods and machines employed with those in u :ne in other <-ountries. tion or advice, either at his office or by mail and and being in re\ard iountFlorida, to wit. HOOTS .i.Ml Mlis, ? be.
in production. This department will when a ease is taken the one low fee covers all Lot 4, ,.ITtillll M, township 35 south of ran;.T 1IIUU'UU
Our large: railway Corporations have cost of medicines and professional H'rYices. :, CROCRRIE.of; i
therefrom lot. 1 and J and
of 'x".ptinr \
show an extensive exhibit agricultural Dr. Hathaway always prefers when it is possible In( east ( ; 'por- a
shown unusual interest and bare prepared to have his call him that part of l t3 and t. lying west uf
Implements and tools, In which patients on for at least FilATS: ; ,iM OILS, ETC
exceptionally worth exhibits one !interview, but this i" not es as he has Florida V-\-\ Co.i-t Railway I'Hmpany'" right:
field we are concededly In advance of increa-e in the use of cured !scores of thousands of patients In all sec of way al),<> lot 7, ace rdinjr tu the plat of said steam *
wonderful Launch for
all other countries. In the building The tons! of the worM whom he lias never :seen His land 1 nudt !>y R. l' Bun hfi< 1. countyJirvey- I, Chartei
American locomotives on European Systen of Home Treatment is so !perfected that ord in said of Bretard.and i
there has been sot or, and on n < county -- -
with the he can brine about a ('meto; !'urer>'an f aside suitable space for the corn kitchen railways will t-rcite a desire! on thi is though: the patient called daily at his office. also excepting' the rigtprrCil'ityof the 11 To PATENT Good Ids f
of all interested in such matter* said Florida Eat ( oi t Kf e Jnti: J"or fl
where maize foods in infinite van sty part J. NEWTON IlA TIM WAY, M. D. -o inm-h thereof ai wills?I ,7'TTrTeI 1 aryat : tn. ,. 1 l
:II miles .
to set a close look! at our N an I i\ :.MU1LU .
will be cooked to be sampled by the' Dr. ilathaway &{'o., ]) )
exposition visitors. This has been ono hour iron horse and "Look! out for tlu i5 Bryan Street Savannah, Ga. Special V .TitusyU1 LATENT RECOor ;
of Secretary Wilson's pet ideas in ar- locomotive will I'e an oft re;rate.'ti tJ, I 21ENTION THIS PAPER WHEN WRITING Titu villeFlit.Jant ,.:T1te ,1 Subscriptions to The Paten Baihmoj )/


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;e. 4 THE 'FLORIDA-' STAR : FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1900. .


THE FLORIDA STAB I The Constitution and the Flag. EDITORIAL COMMENT.It ,

Does the constitution follow the is as hard for an imperialist &4KIN6J
Entered at the postoffice at Titnsville
? That'is the which
e. second-class mail matter. Republican to quote Abraham Lin-

the United States courts are now coln as it is to quote the declarationof
Elba B. Wager, Editor and Publisher. fr' POWDER'i
asked to decide. The case is that independence in justification of !

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. I of A. S. Lascelles & Co., of New benevolent assimilation.-Milwaukee SOWlEtY PuRE

York, importers of Porto Rican News. -

8UB iCIJPTION,81.50 PER ANNUM; products, against the collector of Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS: ""-'"' - "".

that port.It Philadelphia, through her news- nvti.'Itirme POWPEB VOBC

\dvertlilng Application.Kate Furnished on is said that this firm and other papers, still insists that she will J -

a New York importers have paidin raise that $100,000) promised Mr. is intended Agricultural Commissioner.We .
Communications on live topics, especially duties on Porto Rican and a large number persons,
Hanna but almost
of local interest, are solicited. But the editor promises are to punish that city for not had a pleasant call Monday after-
reserves the right to condense them to suit. Philippine merchandise since the worthless material for
a 1 conductinga the noon from Hon B. E. McLin, of Uraa-
down and worshipping
t..- Brief items of neighborhood news always with into effect bowing
f desired. treaty went campaign.-Topeka Journal.flWnWWW trusts. Chicago, and indeed the tilla, Lake county, who was on his wayto
and our flag was hoisted over Por- Palm Beach. By the urgent requestof
It must be understood that neither entire west and south have shownan
clearly to Rico and the friends of whom
Philippines as The edict has forth. Hanna his many some are-
THE STAR nor its editor is responsible for gone
inclination of late to place some
,; opinions expressed by correspondents. American territory, about $5,000-) says Roosevelt is too light a the most influential Democrats in this
legal restrictions on the great mon state, Mr. McLin announces himself a
' S Subscribers will confer a favor on THE 000.They weight for the vice presidency. It have, indeed, candidate for the state office of commis-
STAR if will of failure to want to know if opolists-there may
1 they notify us any now theyare seems a shame too before Teddyeven
- receive their been two anti-trust con- sioner of agriculture. :Mr. :McLin has
paper. actually
not entitled to have this money received an opportunity to if been a resident of Florida for many
ventions held in Chicago-and
the paid back to them on the ground weigh in.-San Francisco Call. year, and has served the district he resides -
A SYSTEM of cooperation for would
the trusts could they gladly
that the constitution says that all in honorably and creditably in the
I \ coming summer has been arranged destroy the city by the lake. We
duties shall be uniform throughout The weight of public opinion is state senate for several terms. Considering : -
between the division of forestryand the United States. may expect to see this movement / that most all the state offices are held
They con- itself felt. It is almost
the forest work of the making now Middle and
reserve more marked every year, thus by residents of North, West
tend that the constitution followsthe grow
U. S. geological survey. The latter certain the Hay-Pauncefote treaty making the trust question:: a sec- Florida, and also that his friends say that

is branch of the departmentof flag. It was so held in the lacks a two-thirds majority in the he is eminently fitted for the office, we
a tional as well as an economic one.
'the interior. Field parties of celebrated California case, and senate, and that it is losing strength located see no reason why he should not be en-
Most of the trusts are already !
that decision has been followed by almost daily. The effort of the titled to the nomination. South Florida
each division will collect informa-
the courts. in the east, but those who are not should at least receive some recognitionin

tion desired by the other, and, in The suit of the foregoing firm of bind Anglomaniacal us to the administration chariot wheels to of so located are moving there, as they ; the dispensation of state offices, and

a some instances, exchange of men find it a congenial'climate. New j the office of commissioner of agriculture,
is not for the return of
importers Great Britain will fail.-Oneonta I
be made. This system marks them as well as that of governor, too, should
may Jersey stands ready to grant
= distinct from conditionsof duties paid, but for an injunction (N. Y.) Press.If come our way this time. We favor Mr.
a change need whilein
against the collector to preventhim any they may McLin's nomination with no disparagement -
a few years ago when there was from duties New York they can establish to the incumbent's fitnessfor
' collecting any more there is not to be American

sharp rivalry between the scientific but if the decision is againstthe control of a canal built by America, their headquarters,certain that they I the position that he has held for a

branches of government service. then claims for will not be disturbed by any unfriendly -i i number of years, but, as above stated,
government, there should be canal.
. The geological survey will give no Congresshas statute. These movementsare I because it is due to South Florida that
the duties will be filed.
especial attention to collecting dataon paid no power to appropriate the she should have a share of the state
intended to hurt Illinois, Ohio
This it will
question, as come on toward
people's money an enter- offices. .
division of
forest fires for the
which dare
and-other states to
to be heard at the pass
once, suggests prise which would benefit Europeas
S forestry. propriety of holding back the anti-trust statutes and to enforce PROPERTY FOR SALE.A .
on much if not more than this coun-
proposed tariff bill for Porto Rico them, and they do inflict a certain
try, should the canal be kept neu Valuable Place at On Merritt'sIsland
: of has advanced Tropic.

price newspaper amount of damage but they oughtat
until the decision of the ;
: the few supreme tral in time of war.-Cortland (N. Florida.
very rapidly past the time to strengthen the
court be heard. The will same:
case Y.) Democrat. This is the
place, Tropic, cream
! months and publishers are now very
movement against the trust-New
be advanced and those
rapidly -- of the state for climate and soil; the for-
double the amount they
who know: say a decision ought to Thoughtful Englishmen who are Orleans Times-Democrat. mer, as the name indicates, being really
did less than
a year ago; be rendered within a month or not afraid to look the facts in the tropical, and the latter equal to the soil
subscription price of THE STAR is of Cuba. The freezes of the ha'"efailed
face frankly admit that as a nation The selection of Kansas City as past
maintained at the old rate, $1.50 two.The to injure any of the groves here,
annum, nor will it be advanced proposed tariff bill for Porto they have not kept abreast of the the place of the national Demo- and the most sensitive vegetables are
\ per
y- as long as the can be circulated Rico is to impose one tluarter of world of late, not only in military cratic convention\ is a recognitionof grown and shipped to northern markets

t at the regular paper rate.r are the tariff rate fixed by the Dingleylaw science, but in the higher branchesof the "cour'se of empire." The each winter. I offer my home place of

upon the products of Porto manufacture and industry as center of the political chart of this JJ acres in Tropic for sale. Location, the
for the benefit of subscribers
Rico and of such bill is and has been very best, broad front on both Indian
course, a well. Extreme conservatism republic moving steadily
is to make this sacrifice, and we and Banana rivers, comfortable dwelling
based on the theory that overconfidence have cost Great westward for than
congressis more a genera-
1 trust that all of our readers will be (pla-teredouthonSt's) artesian well, orange -

LI as prompt as possible hereafter and not bounden by the constitution Britain not only the lives of many tion. This i h the farthest toward lemon and grapefruit trees and bananas .J!

renew their subscriptions just as when legislating for territory away brave and devoted men, but have the Pacific that either of the great bearing. An opportunity to get one ')fJ"l

from the Union. In other wordsit 'also impaired the industrial efli- political parties have ever gone to of the handsomest places in the whole
I soon a3 the date of expiration has II'
may be expressed that the con- ciency of the nation.-Baltimore nominate a president: of the United state at less than \'alueIldrel' ,
arrived, which they will find printed -
G. F.
stitution only bears in newly acquired Sun. States. There is really no significance ENSEV
on the address slip following Tropic, Fla.
territory by an act of con- in locality, however, and the
their either the heading
4 name, on
gress or by treaty. It remains to Once upon a time a man delivered nomination of the Democratic can CHANGE: Olt' PRECINCT: IOU:>'DAKIES.
'Y of the the
closing paper the same.or on It is wrapper hoped en-ina be seen whether the supreme court himself of the following opin- didate on the banks of the Missouriwill At the regular meeting of the board of

will hold that this is ion a matter of considerable have commissioners for Brevard
theory wrong.If upon no more significance on county county -
few months that the grip of the
it should decide so, then the importance : "Whenever this free that account than the nominationof convened: Tuesday, Feb. 6th, IflUO, .a
will be and
paper president will be guilty of usurping competition i is evaded by combinations the Republican candidate on the the following described boundaries of
will be made
that organization to Eden and Ankona
precincts were adopted -
power, for he has ordered tariff of individuals or corporations banks of the Schuykill at Phila-
realize the great mistake it madein !:

forcing the price of paper be- to be paid, basset up civil govern the duty should be reduced delphia. It commonly: supposedthat On petition the boundaries of Eden

t yond the bounds of reason. ment in the Philippines as well as and foreign competition promptly some strategic advantage is to precinct, Xo. 10, is hereby changed to reada

Porto Rico, and this has been done invited." What agitator i is this be gained in the order in which follows: To begin at northwest corner

with the excuse that these countries who insists by implication that the} the nominations are made But, of section 30, township 36 south, range
Railroads to Cultivate Timber.
are in a state of war, when protective tariff foyers trusts: ? His although it would be entirely 41 east, running east to Atlantic ocean,
The division of is in thence southeasterly along the shorttoouth
forestry there has been is i John Sherman ex--enator
' no war in Porto name feasible for the Democrats to put of I5re\ard
boundary county,
' consultation with three important Rico since the signing of the treaty eXSEcretarof. the treasury, and ex- their candidate in the 1 field in advance thence west to southwest corner of town-

\ railway companies over a contemplated with Spain. secretary of state, all of those offices of the Republican date, June ship 37 south, range 41 east, thence

innovation in American It to that been to him by Republicans north to beginning and that the
. seems us our national having given 19th, it has been decided to wait ; voting

railway methods. These roalh- affairs arc getting slightly mixedup. lIe made this declara- more than a fortnight after the place be moved from Eden to Jensen; and

) the Atchison & Santa Fe that the same be published to
J Topeka tion on Oct. 15th, 1SSU.-Omaha Philadelphia convention and nom
" the Milwaukee & St. Paul law.
Chicago, World-Herald.
inate the Fourth of ] Precedents
! -- on July. The boundaries of Ankona precinct,
and the Zanesville & Ohio-are
Cos ,nessuax 1).\\'IS has introduced amj superstitions are thus No. IS, is hereby, upon petition,changed

considering raiding tie and pole a bill for the relief of A. T. Word now comes from Washington brushed aside, and by common to read as follows: To begin at northwest

I timber on a large scale: on their Triay, of this state. The bill has that the imperialists are becoming consent the campaign is to be corner of section :35, township 35 south,

now non-utilized right of way alarmed at the attitude of the range 40 east, and! run east to Indian
been referred to the committee on made short, and, we doubt not,
lands. Other western road river, thence southeasterly along the
: claims. people on the question of substituting sharp. The chief business of
river the
also interested. to point where the south boundary -
are British laws for
-- parliamentary the Republican administration at of section :20
township :3G south,
This action i is due to the
chiefly SENATOR TALIAKKKIIO the con-titution of the United Washington and -the Republican range 41 ('ast. strikes Indian river, thence:
.O of the natural of : was among
failing supply this those: who voted in favor of the States; and that congress N: favoring majority in congress of late ha wtM= to range line between ranges 40 and

material in all hut the newer portions consideration of the the recognition of Porto Rico been to furnish issues for the Dem- 41, thence north to southeast! corner of

'1, of the United States. About Quay case for the United Statesand section 12: thence west to staithaestcorner
; as belonging to ocrats and the people are wide-
this ,
Friday afternoon in the ('n- of section 12
million of timher thence north to
.1 one acres are con
This is
I not to McKinley. a awake to them.-Boston Post.
sumed annually by railroad in ate. It is thought by many that northwest corner of section 1, thence

I) our senator will vote to seat Mr. healthy sign and may prevent a Overt to northwest corner of section 2,
buildings] repairingaudatthe repetition of English history in this thence north to point of and
of timber Quay on the governor's certificate, F. P. Thirkield) health inspectorofChicago beginning;
; present rate depletion, as the sentiment of Florida peoplein country However the barons are sacs= =: "Kodol OysjiejMa Cmeeannot i that the same be published according t<>
the increased cost of such
no less determined now than inKing reconimemlttl too highly. It cured
'I. will soon be a serious factor in favor of the seating of Ex-Sen- ] John's time and me of severe dyslq| )-Ia." digests! what I
an assembling -
railroad ator Quay i is very pronounced. you eat and cures! indigestion, heartburn Weekly Weather Keport.IT. .
economy. in the name and cause of and all forms of dyspepsia. IJ. It. Wilson I

\. The Santa Fe line has already freedom would meet with a worldwide & Son. .S. DEPARTMENT OF AOEICULTUEE WEATHER

' done some experimental planting, THE famous author of '-The re ponse.-Youngstown (0.) I i BUREAU

t \ J and the results have donennuch to Bonnie Brier-Bush" has:; discoveredthat ; Vindicator. Ocala Star; Hon. B. K. :MrL'ii, of I'rna- Comparative statement of temperatures
and rainfall for

I stimulate interest. This road the modern church is infected tilla, Lake county, announces himself asa i Feh. 27, t900. week ending Tuesday

planted 1,280 acres in catalpas 1;t with "genteel tramps," and he is The National Steel the candidate for the oHice of commissioner:; i|: 1900 1899DATE.
company ,
I lie has
of apiculture long a resident MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN.
,,J years ago. The total expense: was going to make them the subject of American Tinplate company, and of Lake county, and served it lion- Ft.b... :!I. 76 b'2 MO 62

8128,000 but it is estimated by the an article in the .. 2"!. 71 5X tl3 69
April Ladies' Home several other trust, which had orably in the i-tate senate. His friend i 23 W 47

.. railroad officials that in ten years Journal. It may be said in advance their headquarters at Chicago, have and neighbois have only good and kind I .. 21. 76 5.1 7"2 80 ;62 i7

more the tract will have produced that ulan MaclarenV tramps are moved bar and baggage) ) ) to New words to say for him, while the Ix-esburg ".. 2t 2:1.ti. 60 ti3 4.1 46 72 7s 6'.

82,560,000 worth of poles, ties and not what we know in everyday York. The primary cause of this COIIIIIIl"rcialays! he is eminently fittl't.ll I II 21. 71 50 HlJ 61 71
for the
posts. parlance as "hoboes" but seemingly migration was explained to be the Ii i iI i Total rainfall for the week..85 inch.

become convinced of the most estimable Departure from the normal rainfall for the-
Having who
persons are fact that the law in New York
: L. T. Travis, auent: Southern railroad, :, week. plus: .22 inch.
necessity of growing their own attentive to their churchly dutiesas easier: on corporation-?; and trusts Sehna, (ia.. writes: "I cannot say too1:. Departure from normal rainfall since Jan

, -*- Mdtiber, the railroads naturally they see them, but who are. like the National :Steel company much in praNe of One Minute rough lt, 1900 niinub .34 inch.HAL

e Qfeh. to take advantage of the as- nevertheless, a drawback to the than they are in Illinois. In Illinois Cure. In my harmless cae it worked likeacharm." Observer Weather P. HAP.DIN Bureau
only remedy jrivrs im-
: Jupiter, Fla., Feb. 27, 1900.
tl ,tstance offered by the government advancement of the church. "The there are some legal) itstrictionjon meiiiatf result ('l1ft'- rough*, wild, :

:Q tree planters, which consists of Genteel Tramp In Our Churches' trusts, the manager explained croup, bronchitis and all throat and lung -

1 't s J\ e>pert advice, and of the working gives the Scotch clergyman some }, which weigh heavilyon trouble- B. K.ViIon. i\c Son. CASTORiAFor
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a.. */.eI'jns for planting based on Por'taC3ral exceptional opportunities for forcible them \\ hen they are planning ex

examination. The object and direct words to the churchgoers tensions. New York is more friendly ACANTHI)-Agents and cu-tonu-rs fur the Infants and Children.
Continental KIo<"tri<: Belt uarantt.'tl
t "kerev the government is to den on. I rol Jed nq .hat would probably than Chicago, and they propose: cure for rheuniatiani.kMiify trouble,ner "uo-,- The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears

lonAV te the value of tree plantations 'erealau' _r..rl' consternation, in a making New York their headquar nest leetc.sick. headache, neuralgia 100. female troii'
.. }> Postpaid ? honey refunded;
ldee nd ownerioespecially; those in c I t.n ,,fJ t 'i( uttered from the ters. The emigration from Chicagoof if not satisfattor '. Lih'ral dKcount to : theSignature
llke I' llt;;. Ilefereneesfurnishctl. Electric of
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west. p r. I these companies which employ c" ., )1i
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