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The Florida star.
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Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
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Newspapers. -- Titusville (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Cocoa (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Brevard County (Fla.)
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
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Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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.. --' .THE FLORIDA STAB:. FRIDAY,. :MARCH 91900.. __. .7-= .- .. 4,

llif E CULTURE[ OF r CHICORY earth for shipment to shake to'off the them factory they are ready ) /yf fl The is real the roughrider man Hotel Indian River .

Chicory was_formerly used to a con- TAIIf1} who rides the river -

ilderable extent for medicinal purposes with a twisting, EOCKLEDGE FLA. .

;i' NEW INDUSTRY WELL UNDER WAY ON having been considered beneficial squirming log fora .

In Jaundice and visceral obstructions saddle, on whichhe Steam Heat, Electric
1 LONG ISLAND. Its stands, balanc- t'' Elevator Orchestra
chief use, however, Is as a g Lights -
substitute for coffee. It was ing himself toits Everything
formerly every motion. If IlFirst Class.CUISINE . A
How the Plant .. 'Grown alleged that '
and Haiti chicory had an Injurious t his coolness fails
r Ye ted-The Greatest effect the ----- --- --"-" THE FINEST
of Subatltnte upon nervous system, but /g or his nerve gives

Suffer From the Evil of Snbatltu- the: same charge is made against coffee 'N way, disaster and r.

tion. with quite as much if not more foundation ) death reach out |3 per day and upwards. d

ii [Special Correspondence. In fact In England and'some for him. Special weekly rates. -
other countries the use of chicory In It's the giving '
HTmiixoTOX, N. Y., March 6.-Long r
of the
adulterating coffee is legalized provided way S. PPOSKEYamong ,
Island "
farmers "
are raising nerve which
the packages are so marked as to indicate
with considerable success. People generally the mixtures. = proves fatal to so Fishing, Hunting Drives, Bicycling :-
do not know what chicory is. OwtN ROGERS. many a man. Perhaps ---- ------ PLENTY OF ORANGES.Correspondence -
.;: '
he is simply among the attractions.
No end of adulterations
are sold under

I its name. Condemned grain and vege A. R. De Fluent, editor of the Journal, =-<.:::- as crossing he has the done street ten, f

tables are roasted and ground to represent Doylestown, Ohio, suffered for a numberof thousand times. He hears a shout, stops, s GSacxacca i SZr, w7azQac oo:ccaooc 1 A,=-

chicory. The years from rheumatism in his right hesitates, gets "rattled" and is run over. r Furnished .
agricultural de- Invited. Stencils
shoulder and side. He says: "My right When a man finds that his plays

partment is authority for the statement arm at times was entirely useless. I tried him false often, when he memo to get cao45acavcacca5252''==C iS !5 ......"".....",.......si5 % :r. -

that such imitations cannot, be Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and was surprised something and forgets what he went for,

distinguished at sight from the genuine to receive relief almost immediately. when he knows he has locked the front 1 .

kiln dried article. l ThePain Balm has been door and yet an irritating uncertainty I
a constant McComb
compels him to get up and verify his & Co.
It is only cultivated chicory that is companion of mine ever since and it! knowledge, then that man is in danger .

valuable. The various wild kinds are never fails." For sale by B. R. Wilson' at any minute when confronted by a .

: & &)11. trifling danger. He is unnerved.

l tit. This condition can be perfectly cured !
309 Washington St. :%
by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Med- ,
ical Discovery. It strengthens the stom- a NEVV YORK. ,

ach, nourishes the nerves, and purifiesthe

Heroism and Savagery With an Occasional blood. It contains no alcohol, make a specialty of xR
whisky or other intoxicant.
Gleam of Humor.
"The reason I delayed writing was because I
Correspondence.] wanted to wait one year after I had taken the
CAPE TOWN, Feb. 21.-This bloodywar medicine before giving my statement and now
1I I can send a good, conscientious testimonial"
is not wanting In brave deeds. At writes Chas. H Sergeant, Esq. of Plain City,
Madison Co., Ohio. During the summer and
the battle of Willow
n fall "
1896 I became all run down," nerves
the Imperial Light horse went deliberately were out of order and stomach out of order. I
wrote to Dr. Pierce for advic He said I had
r into the open space betweenthe general debility,and advised Dr. Pierce's Golden i !IIa
Medical Discovery, and, thanks to for 6
firing lines and rescued a wounded you your M
advice. I used six bottles; and since I stopped
soldier. Such taking it about fine I Favor us with part of _
deeds were less dangerous year ago have not taken r '
r any medicine of any kind, and have been able to your shipments. We'I ; .':
I rr in the days of old ,fashioned firearms work every da\ My appetite is good, I can eat i will not expect you
but three square meals a day. I do not feel that ..
I in the face of modern rapid miserable burning in the stomach after eating, to continue if others -
=:. ''' I fire guns, as in the case mentioned, a and my blood and nerves are in good shape." m beat us. .
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;;;;; high degree of courage Is required.It Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure biliousness. OES25EZ, .5252525 zgscac casa25ac. 2.525 5 25 2525.52525acancaccaoc s ,

-.-..-.. -- Is always a pleasure to write about ----- -- __ h __ __ __ __ __ ___
there is an impression that he knows
heroism but
unfortunately not everything if.-
-- there are times for silence, and this is .
connected with the present wars Agency ruu-u= '"
one of them. CECIL HoYT.
::s:r- heroic. There are some ugly stories A m.exio"

-= about not giving quarter. E. F. Knight, Size doesn't indicate qnalitBeware

=--- .. ..- the correspondent of the London Xloru- of counterfeit and worthless salve offered Monumental 1 Marble Works

------- t.::' i ng Post, Wl1O'was wounded at Bel- for DeWitt'n infallible cure for piles

=- s.---- mont, says that he was "hit by a shot and all skin disea (,s. B. 1:. Wilson & :Son. .
-+ '? -- from a sporting )Mauser a beastly bullet AMERICUS, GA: \

__ 2; which spreads when it hits, and "Have you any Dewey colors?" she
All kinds of Monument all kinds
of Granite
In fact it asked in the ,
-- practically tore my shoulderoff. dry goods store. "I don'tknow i
--- Just at the close of the battle a what you mean," said the atten and Marble, and Cemetery Fencing. All work ; '_

-- small party of Doers, making a last dant. "Why, colors that won't run."- done in person in a satisfactory manner. Correspondence '=

__ stand, hoisted the white flag. We Yonkers Statesman. solicited. Represented by ; ':1

marched forward, were fired on, and I
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..-- dropped. A private next to meoneof Editor's Awful>UI:' t.

--- the privates of the party I was with F. M. Higgins, editor Seneca (Ill.)Sew 105 Hanover St., Sac1.Qnville, F'la.

-said grimly: 'All right sir. I'll come was afllicted for years with piles, that no

CULTIVATED CHICORY PLAXT. back and see to you in a few minutes, doctor or remedy! helped until fie tried

worse than worthless, as they spread when we've finished with these gentle Bucklen's Arnica Sal\e. He write two

over land like other noxious weeds and men.' Then he went on with the rest, boxes wholly cured him. It's the surest

rob it of useful vitality. Cultivated and five minutes later the last Boer pile cure on earth and the best salve in IIt

i chicory has its herbaceous portion reduced had been bayoneted. There was no the world. Cure guaranteed. Only :51'
Sold by B. R. \\'ibonOn
druggists.:: 5
in height and rendered services quarter I can tell you."

able for forage, while the root is developed It is alleged that in at least one instance -

and enlarged to the condition suit the Boers refused to give quar- Tommy: fastwhat do they put water
in stocks for M. Fig; : To soak the investors Repeating Rifles
able for drying roasting and reductionto ter to colonial soldiers who were recognized .

+ the pulverized article of commerce. as uitlanders or suspected of be- withmy R'ln.-Yonkers Statesman '', -- '-'; a ;t For An !Kinds of Shooting.

History tells us that the .ancient Ro- longing to that hated class. It is said "They actually extinguished a fire with %. _L_Al! Desirable Calibers and Weights

mans used young and tender chicory that when the British retreated from cliampairne in New York the other day.t1 $ t A FEW FAVORITES FOR HUNTING.

plants for salad and modern Europeans lion kop leaving their wounded behind Say, how those red tongues; must have I Model 1895. Army caliber,weight 81-1 pounds '

cook the leaves and serve them as as they were obliged to do the licked it up!"-Cleveland Plain Dealer. Model 1894. 30 "W. C. F. caliber, "Extra Light,"

we do spinach. The use of the pulverized Boers deliberately shot the wounded weight 61- pounds.
Model 1894. :CO TV. C. F. caliber "Take Down "
root as a beverage is attributed to colonial It I Is reported that many L. T. Travis, a;.ent Southern railroad, weight 7 3-4 pounds ,

Napoleon who prohibited the importation British regulars saved unfortunate colonials Selina, Ga., writes,: "I cannot say too Model 1892. 44 and38caliber"TakeDown"weight

of coffee and cocoa because they by giving them their badges.I much in prai-e of One Minute Cough! 7 pounds.Model .

were the products of hostile nations. have heard of but one traitor since Cure. In my ease it worked like acharm." 1886. 4J-70: caliber, "Extra Light," weight

Loam or a mixture of clay and sandIs the war began and the story comes The only harmless remedy that gives im- 7 pounds.

the best soil for chicory. In prepar- from a French source. It is said that ,I mediate results. Cures coughs, ooli] =; Shoot Winchester Ammunition Made for all Kinds of Guns.
croup, bronchitis! and all throat and lung
ing for chicory planting it is best to 1
select -
an English lighthouse keeper at Durban r
troubles. B. U. Wilson & Son.
FREE.-Send Name and Address on Postal for 160-page Illustrated Catalogue. '
land which has been well ferti- was convicted of giving signals to !
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lized. A local authority says that surface the Boers. It is said a British officer WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN CONH.f
Tramp: Yep, lady, I'm known fron .
plowing should be deep and followed one day noticed heliograph signaling Maine to Californy a.e Punted} Calico. --_- _
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by a subsoil plow in order to from the lighthouse, which caused the LadWhat ---- y
a funny WIIclot '
break up the hardpan just beneath the keeper to be watched. It was discovered Il'\
shallow plowing depth and to loosen call you that Tramp: 'Cau>e if \cwent used Rlpans Tabslas with so much satisfaction I have been a great serer from COCS:; tcm
that arrival I
every new of troops to \\'ash me I'd run.-Chicago Ne\\-\ that I can cheerfuay recommend im ". frru'erfl e y..are. N'A mg give me any relief
the subsoil sufficiently to enable thepenetration was signaled: to an accomplice on a Have been troubled for about three > ars mitts ; iij f' : K ..ige and abdomen were bloated MIc
of the what I called tliloas attacks c,. nuon ret">!ary I '!ian<,t wee.-shoe !net 10. only a loose
chicory taproot neighboring l lift( and repeated frompost ...., ... ... .,
TO Cl'KK LA GKiri'K IX TWO DAYS once a week was: told 1>? uiHerent [ y"n t G t-- I ? i. .nol T31"e.i: '.v .e'lln OUT
which. when conditions were favorable to post until it reached the Boer that It was caused by boii teeth, of which I baa : dally pa;'.r. bour ht tome euJ took ti.era us(reeF
has been found to reach to the Take L.\\.vm Bio\m QHMNE Taism several I had the teeth extracted but the attacks I e.t iladt''\ t....-1 i "t three weeks and there
headquarters on the Tugela river f in .
All druggists: refund the if it fail continued. I had seen advertisements of is -ucfl aCio"I t ., I.V' (.-<"i-t.p..v i i :.j more
money ::
depth of three to four feet. The plant two or three days. Klpans Tabules in all the papers but: Lad no?..Hl: and I C*" H II'l to :'.'! an T :!f5 lain thirtyjirs -
to K. W.
to do well requires a constant supplyof On being confronted with conclusive : on In them, but about six weeks since a fririU InfeVen i oil have no otxapation, only my
I .
every box. 2 c. dace me to try them. Have taken but two of the | hounrtoM: Uatieo and turslcg: my sick husband: .
, moisture and though it will not evidence of his guilt the keeper confessed mall Scent bees: of the Tabules and bavt'bad | He ha had tLe dropsy and I aci trying Klr&nf .

: thriin a marshy soil, it must have that he was paid !$r.uO each for A Thou...ui for anything before, but the great j I take some time he hat been sick so long. Tot
4_ opportunity in dry weather to send such messages which Lad been sent ,} not the of Anni.H .. aI101.nt of punt which I believe bas been none me may ute my letter any! name as you like s
r it I its roots deep enough to secure what ever iuce the military operations at express rapture by 1.!;:3.13 Tabules inducts me to add mine to the :':r. iliET GOEJ-AS Cliaci.
Springer, of llL'3; Iiuwardrt.. Phi'ii-' many testimonials you doubtless have in your _
, it needs or the crop will fail. As a Durban had begun. He further
delpliia, 1'a., when the found that Pro now. I have teen eutTerli* from headaches eves v
t guide the soil should be put in root that when the traitorous arrangement King's Discovery for Con,umptinr: since I was a. little girt I Would never riJeln* I

r penetrable condition for from 10 to IS was made he received $3.300 .- had completely! cured her of a hackie I want to inform yon g>Into a crowded
< h-
,; In words of hit-host:: getting ft
Inches downward. In planting from 20"to on account through the local conch: that for many war* had ina 30 seeds to the foot in rows are sufficient. branch of the Transvaal bank. The burden. All office'r llJ'tlie:5 and doctors Save derived fr"u 'rl l 'i v et inach. Iv -''aboutY.lpau3Tab'les.Icmn

The rows should be from 12 to guilty keeper was a full blooded Englishman could give her no help! but she fay? of professional nurse ant t:, I I RIPANSTabules ';n,:a a..iiv RpansTa! \.( t.iiie. ...t.mal1 who was .

13 inches apart and the seed should and had been employed at the this ro'all'ure: ''It soon removed the in this prufesaloii a clear da, LL.s I j.:} taking them fur catarrh
pain in my cKe-t! and I can now f-It't'p head is'js; reedtni. 4-i W otth6ltomacb.8hebac3t ,
one-third of
be covered by an lighthouse many years. lie was I W L I
1 } found such relief from
:"olll1lllyoml'tllln I can scarcely rt-mem l.uni: : Taunt's! floes It. ; ':
Inch of soil. years old and his previous record for her doing before. I feel like "gonndim After nue uf niy caaeal tfi, r I: The modern standard thrlrsfeeieadvscdmefoundmyvelteompletely
to'ak' th >
; -t < tai
The time of in this of faithfulness had been ootl.
planting part On
conviction -
;: iN praises throughout the Ilnin-r-t. *: .
: o rand .wn. -\crinlZ'notbe ?I L: : hakebeeuaucgsosincsadvice
, the country is from May 1:; to 20. Agreat he was transferred to a British will everyone who tries Dr. King' New of Mr Goo nowr. I Family Medicine I',| last October, and wlU
Pb. G., 5.8 N.'wark *I t, say they have complete'Ave.Jersey
deal of cultivation is needed to mau-of-war and shot. iscovery for antroubl of
!" the throat.e *
Citj. tcx k I ,,... !! : Cures the ly cured my headaches.
keep down weeds. The crop maturesin The English soldiers at the front ar client or iun!.*. Price ;5tk( anI:31.: Trial Ripars Tabules with *I, "' |J I am twt'r.tJr.e YUrt \

the latter part of September or earlyin genl'rallJ11 fed, but complaints! of bottles free at P. R:. Wil-on & 'th' dill; fran-1 r uiits.! WIJDU1.oJ<,: n'. common evcry-day-J .A old.: one welcome .
Mad Bzt.iIx to use this testimonial _
October and an expert agent from tough beef are beard Here is a vero store. Every bottle guaranteed. .r *: > i. i* dirt J.BaoJYYYti _

some factory Is usually on hand to examine from a popular sons that the boys:? at -- -- ------- : 0- I ill of humanity. I|J
Oui-fc "1.: ..; .. Bother was' troubledwith : Il, .
condition of the roots and --> ;.: ... :.., I I
the the front are siugiiiir: heartburn andsleeplessness I' I 4
Bears the ) l ha f:"* i < : : 'l.vS;' Bo t caused l I;
/ ; lto
': inform growers as to the best time for *' u My s Tsn year- id boy
Bully beef for I reakfast, bully betf for tea, In.'V-estlon, for a good
Signature: off ; sneered with pales IIIIDJ.ay
I harvesting. According to a local manufacturer Biscuits herd as bath tricks a hundred ji-ars at Y--4- ears. One day *t: Z "0.11"1i' ,:t his head, constl;tl-in 1

one mode of gathering Is tol sea, of d/J.4 she gate A tesiimon: .* 0 ,. ;::1'I tV .. ant r mplained r f hUsioctach. )
leaves and either Adam's knife and fork, boys, nature's cutler?-, -- -- -- -- ----- in the paper Icjurglcj; ... J He tot ,
off the .
first mow Rip a 111 Tabules. She 1 1:1' eat like children of lit '
But there's gunfire ua for Kruger in the morning *! I :
l place them in silos or cure and store determined to gv them .. roar ,-., a,.::e dn and what tt :
several misunderstandings a trial, was greatly .', .
them for winter use of stock. Anotheris Notwithstanding relieved by their use ..I"..'..9..9..9y..99 V ...99 ..99S did with himidfeowutni& ".'

to let the leaves remain on the roots and bitter hatreds of longstanding and now takes the and of saffron color. 'I

the of << the fact is apparent that the JeI1cEEDS Tabules regularly She keeps few cartons P.lpaciTabules Reading some cf the test'ra! ''Dials in favor of
r until dug. In both cases crown British and Boers are bi-giuniiiij to In the house an1s3Y'she wlU nut be without Rid.i Taul64,1 tried tm. iran lauules:: nOl \ -.
: the root out of which the (leaves grow them. The heartburn and sleeplessness have only relieve: tut actual'./ cured tuy youngster.
removed it being of no value have a wholesome respect for cue an Olsappiared with the indirection which was the head..c .w have ds pf eared, bowels ere la
t must be other. Both sides are heroic, and both formerly to great a burden for her. Our whole good and he never complains of hU
to the factory. Digging up the root is family take the Tabules regularly,especially after stomach. He is now a red: chubby faced boy. TnU I
admire heroism, and braver slltlil'I'Snen a hearty meat My mother Is fifty years of age won.erful chat;;e I attribute to I'.lpans TabnJe
running a plow deeply
simplified by r fought in any war than are fightIng ; and is enj jylng the besot bMlth and spirits; also I am satisfied that they will benefit any one(from i ,.
along the side of and turning the earth b grow paying crops because they're ate hearty meals, an Impossibility before she the cradle to old age) if taken according to dlralions. '

uway from the rows. The roots are on both sides in this one. fresh and always the but. For look Rlpans Tabules. isios H.BUCEZI. 2. W. Fntca .

The great mining companies have sale everywhere. Refuse substitutes.
then extracted with comparative ease !
in avoiding entanglements

in the same manner as carrots, par shown sagacity Stick to Ferry's Seeds and prosper. A new style packet oont&In1l1i'U vrat tAjrus packed 1.111 paper carton(without flass)is norm for mil

snips or other root vegetables or by a with either side, and even Cecil 1900! Seed Annual free. Write for it. It some drug stores-roB FlU com This sort is intended for the poor and the economical. Oa .j' .
Rhodes has kept commendably quiet. l tana of th. UTO C' cartons ,1-X labulet had by mA.1 ty Kndlcj forty-elyt peats tat&e SiriflCtCBzuciLOonirr.No. f
machine chicory digger. After the D. M. FERRY & CO.. Detroit Mich. : 10Spruce Strwttfrite :i-or a single ..cnTU TABCLBS)wJJY r tnt te an acct ., i ;
his retirement in
Possibly .
roots have lain out on the field for a Kcrm TutriJH may also be had of SODener&l stertkeepers. news agents SAC f Se U MV IV* .,. .

day_or. so_and dried sufficiently for the Kimberley may account for this, butV (lad iarbez shops. thqbe.ll1ahprJa.dpr.lolli'Le.. Ctasgtree relict ,, -tf, Fla. (

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., 'COUNTY STATE BANK.--.Do |and Mrs."Root will probably return, next MELBOURNE STATE BANK-Capital$15- Devoe has sold all his-fine pups at a ROBBINS T::1: :
your business with the Oldest State Bank in week to their home in Keoknk, Iowa, as 000. J. H. Phillips, president; E. P. Branch, tall price. ,
Brevard county. Solid and conservative. the duties of mayor call Mr. Root home. cashier. The only bank on the lower river
t' and the pineapple Mr. and Mrs. Grant, of Indianola, visited -
w. L. region Brevard
The Masons entertained a large numbs town : GRAHAM '
D. D. 8.-Offices The Monday. &
over Indian River
of visitors last Friday night with a ban EAU OALLIE BUSINESS
..WR -* Drug Go's stores the DIRECTORY. .
& y leading Drug establishment We try to write items to please all s
of the Indian river country.S. quet. The .tables were spread in the
; Eyer hall just below the lodge room. HODGSON BROTHERS. Djy Goods, Ship classes, especially the lasses and 16 to
F.TRAVIS & CO. are Exclusive Wholesale Chandlery, and Shelf Hardware, Pipe and '
.,,r Grocers and do not sell to consumers. They The refreshments consisted of sand- fittings, Clothing, Paints and Oils, Groceries. ones.Miss :Tt A?'w $jLu.ire.g3.
retail all other goods, carry a large stock, wiches, salads, baked chicken, cakes and Marine railway, steamer for charter. Madge Whitlock and our much .;,

,: and can meet all competition. Coflt*'. It was a late hour when they ad- esteemed school maim, Miss McElroy, Will practice in State and United States '
THE TBAFFOED BAKERY.-First quality journed.j Those being pment'were: -R. DIRECTORY.C. shopped in Cocoa Saturday. Courts.

'', Bread, made of high grade flour, sent to any N. Andrews, pastmaster; W. Hindle, W. P. PLATTS Physician and Surgeon. Joel Scott Jas. and drove
.r address;also never-faiting home-made yeast M.,J. P. Knight, S. W.; J. D. Sams, J. Calls to any point on the river promptly Ragan family -
a from
cakes. Ice Cream every Saturday. \V.; E. C. Johnson, Treas.; W. G. Paterson answered. Fo t Pierce, Florida. up Banyan Monday to visit Mrs. Abstracts Of Title furnished land
R's Mr. and Mrs. F.
; GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable Sec.; J. H. Robinson, S. D.; W. F. parents, Harper. in Brevard and Dade counties.

Store for good, fresh and reliable goods Dixon, J. D.; G. B. Boyette, tyler; J. R. EAU GALLIE. Billy-Mollie, do you advocate free >

14><= such Hats,Trunks as Dry and Goods a fall, Saddlery line of. Groceries.Crockery, Carter/J. P. Cooper, M. M. McLeod, A. Inquiries for houses are still coming in. trade? Mollie Yes, think it delightful. -

0. Lapham, H. C. Eyer, C. J. Schoon- The Kathleen went to Sebastian Fridayon Billy-Less trade kisses; then. We have a large list of lands owned

j: = -_ JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. maker. Among the visitors were: Mr. business for D. L. Gaulden, the county Tableaux. by ourselves and clients. ,
Pleasant location facing the river on river ,
front. ,Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by Henry Banks, Georgia; A. W. Smith, 0. judge. We, and the balance of the aristocracy I
Currier H. J. Smith New G. R. Prices for Unimproved Lands :
the week or month. Jersey; 1
The Silver King went to Sebastian hereabouts, expect a big time at the
Mason W. H. Cresson G.
Pennsylvania; Monday on business connected with the annual great Indianola picnic and ball
$3.00 to $100.00 acre.

i. :,;' .. lip p, AND O DOWN 1 THE EAST( 1 COAST.p' L B.B. Pomeroy W. Jerome, C.,J.A.Darrow D. Baldwin, Robt. Morgan, N. E., inlet at that point. to be run off the 16th inst. We have a few . per :

Smith and W. W. Price, Connecticut. The Silver King carried a party of We noticed Monday Ranger pulling a
r. from Melbourne buggy at a rapid rate Residence Grove and Pineapple -
: Brief Mention of Minor Matters Occurring gents to the ocean beach / containing a popular Orange .?
,I<.o" ., CITY POINT. and return Wednesday.The young lady. J. D. is at his old properties in desirable loca
::\ Our Towns
!; ; at Neighboring> -' trade, and swam him across the river ) tions. Prices reasonable.
1. Mrs. Gustave Stahl visiting friends | sloop Princess is newly paintedand .
:i: COCOA. in Cocoa this week.A. is now moored in the Eau Gallic next day.

l'f x\::").:'' :Mr. A. D. Penney, Titusville, was in S. Bertolet, of Chicago, is stopping | river, awaiting a purchaser.The That free silver old hen Bryan needs a -OFFICES

, }:_; '_ town Saturday. at the Hatter House. sharpie Lizzie and the yawl Frolic big chunk of lightwood tied to him so he i ,
cannot scratch the Democratic TITUSVILLE and MIAMI
j. Farmer of Courtenay was a remained in Melbourne till forenoon up garden,
Symmes, Jas. Banks spent Sunday and Mondayin Sunday as, if he keeps at it, Uncle Sammie cannot -
', in last before returning to Eau
visitor town Thursday. I Titusville on business. Gallic.
raise a new crop of office-holders. EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.
Mr. John Waller, of Ankona, spent Rev. A. C. Sirdefield held services in Jno. E. M. Hodgson and E. Taylor

: several days in'town last week. the school house Sunday afternoon.Mr. took in the chautauqua lecture Saturday It behooves some agile congressman to G. F DUREN, Agent
." evening at Educational hall, Melbourne. frame and advocate a bill abolishing the
Dr. called to Jensen last
and Mrs. R. Viall of Providence
tariff on all commodities controlled by
Friday. He returned Saturday. I R. I. Mr. and Mrs. S. Bar- Miss :Florence Hodgson took a run to ,
are visiting the trusts, for if a halt is not called soon
' ; x ; John Carlile, of LaGrange, was shaking ten. Melbourne Wednesday, with the intention in the next century the poor artesans, r Florida

; ,, : ,' i'' hands with his old friends Wednesday. I Mrs. H. S. Black and Mrs. D. Win- lectures.of taking in some of the chautauqua soil tillers and small merchants wiil be I I : -. and

'::7..f.7. Mr. C. L. Nichols, of City Point, was good were shopping! in Cocoa Wednes- compelled to clothe in breech cloths, eat r g
- among the visitors in town Wednesday. d ay. The :Silver; King carried a party to Melbourne fish: gophers and whole corn and drink i .. :G. \\Yestern

and return Saturday. The nothing but plain water. .
':'"" A new board crossing has been madeX4L Miss L. L. Sharp and George Faber took in the regatta and. report a most en- I T heats
.,:' at the Brevard avenue railroad crossing. spent several} days in Titusville last joyable time. Having read about and seen pictures

<'. week. of rapid.tiring machine we in of allKinds.
; Mr. E. Simmons left Wednesday for a guns were
Dr. Weld
of Boston
I short visit to Jacksonville and St.:Augus- Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Home, of Tropic, Canaveral club, a member his new'of the mortal terror of them, therefore, recently
is housing In-
tine. i spent several with J. R. Mathers when a strange 0. W. leaped'out of a .
:.i\\ dian river yacht in
Hodgson's yard for __.
and family this week. carriage and planted in front of us something I'
....., Mr. T. G. Ronald, of Lotus, spent Fri the summer. An extensive building is: resembling long-legged milking .

:; day in town, leaving Saturday for Day- Misses Alice and Bee Sanders, of In required to cover in this fine vessel :stool with a fancy box with a brass hole Titusville, Florida.FOR. .

;y--:"' dianola and Len Dixon of I ___ __ __ _
'',::;'" >'. i The Rochester, Capt. Bennett's fine in it, it caused our knees to knock together h

,f':: ; Miss Beatrice Sanders, of Indianola, were in town Sunday afternoon.Mr. I houseboat, has returned from a business and our hair to jump up straight, ..... .....

<" was a pleasant visitor in town Saturday and Mrs. Martin, of New York trip to Daytona. The captain leaves at but when she assured us in soft, musical A Shave and a Hair Cat

; and Sunday. city, were visiting in City Point Monday. once on another voyage down the coast, tones peculiar to those husbanding darlings I.

f'c Mr. and Mrs. Goodsell and Mrs. L. They were the guests of Mrs. A. Becker.Messrs. which is expected to last: until April. who do not have frizzled red hair ... GO TO....

f' Wagner, of Georgiana, were visitors in R. Viall and S. Barten left Dr. Maxwell Randall, of Boston, has and wear goggles, that she would not --
harm ---'
us if we kept quiet, our knees = -
I :: town Tuesday. Tuesday Jn the latter's sailboat for a returned from a stay at the Royal Victoria stiffened and our hair resumed its normal Garrothers1 .

i 'S Mr. Barton Cooper, of Oak Hill, spent cruise up the Banana river to Cape Can- Nassau, and is the guest of Mr. and position, but the moment she threw a ......Barber Shop,

! several days in town, the guest of his averal. Mrs. A. I{. Hodgson. We extend a black veil over the infernal machine and

I brother, J. P. Cooper. Cresson left for hearty welcome to Mr. Randall and hopehe None but experienced TITUSVILLE,
Harry Wednesday sail good-day we flew up to our boudoir, men employed and ,WOrk-\I
j Miss Jessie Sanders, of Indianola, arrived Havana, Cuba, where he has secured a may stay the balance of the season sled our rags to see if there was any satisfaction guaranteedJ. FLOPI D.\.

I in town several days ago, on a visit poition.11; the girls are sorry to see with us.Another. holes in our form, as we had read that L. CAEEUTJIEES, Proprietor. mr ,

to her sister, Mrs. E. C. Johnson. him leave. trip to the ocean beach oil wounds caused by the guns in vogue --

Mr. Warren Skelley, of Janesville, Dr. W. P. Moon has disposed of his Monday via the yawl Frolic. Among, were at first painless, and, oh, what a George Peeples>> ,
: those: on board Mr. and Mrs. SteuiUuugh relief when and mirror said k.
and at this were : eyes o
> Wis., arrived last week and will spend I orange grove cottage place to

+:S some time with his father-in-law, )lr. Gy Mr. Henry Banks, of LaGrange, Ga. : Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Booth, Dr. We often wag then brag about our Old GtlJ1on TINSMITH
Dr. Moon left Saturday for and Mis. Jno. Booth, )lr. and Mrs. Stick building. neit ,
, S. Hardee. Rockledge, town; but take it seriously, it is not a door to Car = Trutbers'
where he will spend several days. uey, )h!!. Canfield, Mr. and Mrs. )lc ab. barber Lop,
i( Mr. and Mrs. John F. Morrisey arrived Dr. Booth was 111 command. A most: enjoyable veritable paradise nor garden of Eden, \\'whngtoD"e.., TiTC C1LLF, FLA.
,<. Monday afternoon from Xew York. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Banks, Henry but for those willing to expend muscle,
\ time was spent and the
party re rinsniithinx.Rooting, Guttering and all kindsof
./ They went over to Kevins' liver View, Banks, Jr., Miss Bessie Banks and :\1 T8. turned about G p. in. or its equivalent, cash, we'll warrant re- repair work promptly attended to.

;:, Merritt, Tuesday. Dr. Mitchell, who have occupied the mun(>r.h'p: returns exceeded by no otherlocahlv Work from down the river solicited.........

; Wednesday Messrs. E. C. Johnson Moon cottage for the last month, left JltLBUH t;. ', and if it was not located on an ,
Saturday for home in LaGrange, (;a. i island, tiller miles from the railroad,
v Fred Travis, S. P. Taylor and S. S. Jones I The schooner J. F. Powell returned the s
abroad river there would I
across Ie no
left for a visit to the west side. Good I' IiANI.tR. \. tirt of the :reek from her cruise down openings for homeseekers, because thereis range Trees ,
r. luck to you, gentlemen. I the river. o
C. Creech spent Saturday at Bovine.J. very little area in the healthy portions
Capt. Mercier left Saturday for a trip .Mr. and Mrs.: Chas. Emuious and )lr. of the onuijre; l belt! where the trees need
down the river. lie was accompanied b II. Ragan returned from Courtenay and Mrs H. Grafted and, Buddedon ,
) last week.A Stephen Mills are guests v fao| great coats and mittens when cold -- -
}Ir. D. Kraus, of Savannah, who has the Carleton. northers blow, a* only once into year '!
spent several days in town. few beans are being shipped nearly have !large trees !been killed below the I 4 and 5 year old orange roots.
:\11'. Frank Richter, who spent several Grafts i to 1 furl diameter i to 6
Mrs. A. G. Weinberg returned home every day. days at the MeBiide house, left fore+t. bud, and then not all, and wise investors feet, well branched.:

last Thursday from Georgiana, where she Quite a lot of melons and corn and gin,}rna Monday. will lo well to call and see the mammoth Gin supply the foil jwing varieties:
) went to be with her friend, Mrs. A. L. white beans have been planted recently trees now in bloom. For old maids' and I
'I Bruiier, in her last illness and death. Miss Einnuv Fannin, who has spent bachelois' benefit we solemnly state that RUBY BLOOD,
} Pines that were covered with hay came several rceksat the Carleton, left Mun- ST. MICHAELS.J .
often asked boaare retain !
, \ I Mias Minnie Johnson, after spendingtwo out a beautiful green, untouched by cold. day for her home in Thoma-iville, Ga., we aio anatomy and mind, and we ouryoiiti.ful tell .... .. r : SANFOUD'Si j

)\ or three months in Braidentown visiting A. Mathers and two song! J.T. Stewart, I. Mrs Mary lady and Miss :JMaymeHolmes. them Ponce tie Ixon sailed f'Ompain to .i, BOEX MEDITERRANEAN.GRAPEFRUIT.The .
her sister Mrs. C. A. Willard
returned -
; Col. John Casper and A. Parkin were m ot City Puint, are in town visiting discover the fountain of youth, and this
;: to her home Tuesday afternoon.r last best trees in the state at any price.
Banyan week.
r rods Iud attending the chautauqua. island bring somewhat i isolated beweighed Those wanting a realty tine article should
: ( G. S. Hardee and family, Mr. and Messrs. Lock, T. and M. Verner, J. anchor 100 miles north and ju-t order at once
: Mrs. W. Skelley and Mr. and Mis. S. :S.; Haisten, E. Pharr and W. Simmons Prof. Harry V. Richards, of Chicago, | min:ocd it.Artillery.
went gave two delightful lectures on air ami Will be prepared fur the next sixty .
Jones and family spent :Sunday; at liari
to Cocoa Saturday in the Dream.J. days to graft to order any trees that
i dee' Hardee his in water, illustrated with very brilliant ux-
reports grove may lie required to till orders for
D. Sams wended his loss to litrest..
excellent condition. way to Courts peiimenls.Miss ray old and new customers who may
' nay on Sunday, while :Supt.; J. H. Sam want fine trees either on small or
La rippe is going the rounds in town, stopped in for a few minutes that Rebel Withers has charge of the. Two batteries of the Firt artillery, lame btwk. Will meet all demandsfor
almost every family having a case. Mrs .. little people's clas: in the chautauqua which have been stationed at :St. Franci i 1 tangerines and grain-fruit. Will

E. H. Covar and daughter, MissLula: work, and they have all learned to love barracks, in :Angus-tine, for some time, j jreceived i put out over 15'JO1) trees to these two

have been quite ill, and also several ; her from the first. order to proceed to Key West, j varitties. AddresCOlITIiTLR
Mr. Thomas Howvll called I
members of Mr. Porcher's family are ill. a few days la1- week. on l'clatiwshere )Irs. R. A. t'onkling and family, olTilluian .ind left for their new pot thN week. .\S O. "VST. ,
them are 4,000 soldiers, Ijoth infantry
E While with crowd are spending the two weeks ol OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES
playing a of boy Mrs. J. E. Bettler came down from Ti the and: artillery, to br removrd from Cuba I
Tuesday afternoon Arthur Huston had tusville Tuesday intending to stay with I chautauqua in town. Mr. Conkhng in the near future, in all probability the I C.A. v.. .. ....i' PLQIID: : ._
the misfortune to a good hard lick comes up every evening to attend [)r1'ahncr's .
get on
us now. M. .\nn-.tillc post will get its full quota '
the left side of his head with brick music class and the lectures. 1.----
a ,
from among thi number. Whether the
The Most
thrown little Mr. J. Barker came up from Eden last :\11'. .
by a darkey, Lundy mill :\lrs.lI.ll.-locllccr: who havespent
there will be
new troops to ;jro infantry orartillery i CompleteELECTRICAL
Besides little bloody Tuesday morning, returning the same I
Arthur several
getting a is: weeks at the Caileton hotel is not m: yet known, as the soldier
, probably all right by now. evening. left Wednesday fur Da}tuna. This who are to relieve! the men there I

The ladies of the Avilah will give an : Our Sunday school has begun preparations charming couple have made agieat main iiavcnot been as-ined l so fai ais i ie .
oyster supper at the reading room next for Easter services here, as is their friends while here who regret their d known. :

i Tuesday evening, March 13th; for the usual custom.: parture.Dr. SUPPLY HOUSE. .

benefit of the library. If the evening Quite a few of our townspeople and E. L. Eaton has given a number ol VX-CJUCTTOH.I.A. ,
I stormy it will be given next evening. Al ill neighbors are attending the chautaucjua delightful lectures on science. lIe is in Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bought ': in the state,

(' are cordially invited. Special orders for> in Melbourne this week. charge of the normal WOl k of the than- Signature : THEJohnson

suppers are solicited. Supper, ccoffee, The atmosphere our vicinity is now- tauqua. Mrs. Eaton and twolittle children of i

3 oc extra. Come one. Come all. laden with the rich odor of orange accompany the doctor on his tour Law
C. L. Darnall, Chattanooga; A. B. McXiece blossoms and the outlook now is a bounteous of lectuies.Messrs. .r"'f. .> !I

i Florida; Thos. M. :McRae: D. L. crop the coming tearon. This make Lineback, Donaldson, Weathers -----. -;" i COMPANY

i Benjamin, W. J. Cathcart, Jacksonville; the hearts of many glad, and we hear on and Crapper, who compose the Cet+11- '(;Lon.FITTl (; l'UIG Ta.' ,

\ Geo. C. Jerome, Chicago; J. A. En low, every hand, "This seems like old times. tralia Quartette, are all very pleasant i

!: Jr., St. Augustine; C. E. Taynor, New Our school was challenged; by Melbourne gentlemen, and we regret that tonight l'I IFTII-II'K 1'\TIEP.XS, T Electrical Engineers
; ',. York J. Hugh White, Atlanta; 0. J. will be : "
; school to come and spell themdown their la*-appearance on the WALL h rrr, T ,
i i \' Muhlbacher, Savannah; J. S. LeFils, last week, and accordingly Miss: chautauqua platfuim. S.
i Jacksonville; John F. Morrisey and wife, Hopkins and eleven of her Kit GLOVES, S -
blight pupils Dr. W. I.. who has the
New York; D. Kraus, Savannah those ; Anderson walked to Melbourne last Friday morning management of Davidson the chautauqua, says he> A. SiIUFS. j rG I JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Clark Macon, were registered
and i
triumphantly came offconquerors, does not see any reason why this should !! un\ GOOD J. I
at the Jarvis House last week. returning by the evenmg train. Your not b'J a permanent assembly. This is \ I J. Ed i.-on La Lande, Samson

t ; correspondent congratulates them in their I I: Tm.SK8; E, and dry batteries for
the fourth
If. Hon. and Mrs. J. L. Root son arrived year, and we can see a grand gas
I in town last Thursday on a visit to successful efforts. improvement each year. DN TTIXHS, F engine ignition, bell and

I : their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. M. Gould.' I Dr. R. II. E Ll annunciator work.
Palmer who i is
WANTED. one of the FUlXITrrm, .
returned from visit to :,
have just a
They best known
Reliable man for manager of branch chorus directors in America, Work done in all .
Havana, Miami and Palm Beach. Mrs. office I wish to open in this vicinity. is in charge of the music department of STOVES, parts of the state.

Root will be very, pleasantly remembered Good opening for an energetic sober man. the chautauqua assembly. lie gives two n. t't G. CORSETS. 4
i she spent some time down here several Kindly mention this paper when writing. 1 lessons daily, and it is wonderful at the ELECTRIC LIGHT SUPPLIES

iP Shp Assesses a voice of great t \ A. T. MORRIS, Cincinnati, 0.ioil amount of interest that is taken iu this @ of all description. ;..

.. \r C" \ ..::enc.. jf ,sweetness and delights yted catalogue cts. postage. work.
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elements were present- to Incite electrical I taffeta vest. There are revers of the I II I. ,

nn1ZONAnyAMBITiOUS action. The ancients were doubtless dove silk laid hi the tiniest of tucks. III I .'- .- ...... .,.,"- :: 4
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aware of this freak. of nature. The sleeves are tucked across the top,

They ,possibly thought the: place was and the high collar is ,done In thesame
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GOVERNOR inhabited by the gods. At any rate, it style. wlexuxrwuxwlmlunnnnnsxt't*- !llMl .a
"' RENEWS THEE Is .said that the Indians to this day Some of the silk ones'have puffed I 1"Y .

AGITATION FOR STATEHOOD. will not approach near to Superstition lines with tucked ones between, and Ci'I 1l 1

mountain.A the whole Is made of that. The backIs i

.DeTel pment of Rich Gold'and Cop- ,fine grade of sandstone is found in arranged so that the plaits and puffs I l'I flmW1 a, I ., to, I.' _,

per Mine -Quarries of Sandstone. the quarries of Arizona. The handsome come to a V point In the back. Most i, ,.. ? __ I For Infants and Children.feu .
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Solution of the Myatery Superstition station at Flagstaff is built'from this elaborate are some of the waists. One ": : :? : :,1,1. _

1: Mountain. material Numerous structures both I noticed was of the finest nainsook, tf...fS.,... "- '. '
(Special Correspondence.] public and private are being erectedall the whole front worked Into,a lattice t fi 1.A"I': : JmI.w. The KI Have !
over Arizona out of this stone. .:t'
pattern with fine black
PHENIX, A. T., March 5.-
.}_.' that 3Iurphy Arizona of this shall territory be granted is determined state- These contrast substantial to the edifices humble are buildingsused in striking tion was and placed where a "motif"the lines of crossed black there lace. ''I I'7 I f I U-; ,: -;, : ----- :-- :,;,,, : 1': Always Bought!

:' hood. He Is an as the earliest executive offices of The sleeves had ten lines of narrow I AfefabtePrcparaticaforAssSmMing -
man and
the territory. DOXALD DUXCAS. t
'" has the tucks lengthwise with one row of the !
reputation of getting what he thcro dlndReguta- '

and wants.form The governor resembles in face We have saved: many doctor hills sincewe insertion foundation between of them.the sheerest Another lawn.hada I ting the Stomads andBoweis of Bears the

ex-President Cleveland. Mr. began using ChamtJerlain's Cough h !
Murphy Round and round there were alternate .. I II
a stage in California I ) '. 't&flil! t
Remedy in our home. We keep a bottle lines of black valenciennes lace }\ iProtrtoles i
''r i
quite young and came to Arizona all the time and whenever !
open I\nyof Signature
with tion and fringed white valenciennes ---- I
: little :
or no money. Lucky mining my family or myself begin to catih cold j I lace. The lace and !- I V ,
fringe I DigestiorfCkcrFuinessandRest.COntains
schemes have were scarcean : *
; made him rich and he is j
to the andas ,
now a stockholder we begin use Cough Remedy, Inch wide. The sleeves were made neither: ,1
and officer in several a result we never have to send away the same In the I : !uleral. I 0i i
banks and is way. center of the Opium.Morphine nor 1
a num for a doctor and incur a large doctor bill .. tr
: ber of local railroad enterprises.The front was one flat plait edged with the I
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never : :
assessed fringed lace both sides. The prettiest, .
valuation of ...
property fails to ('unIt is certainly a medicineof because the neatest and .
In Arizona simplest, Of
is I
J over $32,5WOUU. The ter- I 'I
: ritory covers an area of over 3.700,000 great merit and worth.-I). S. Mearkle, the ginghams and percales are gathered 1 veal'Oldl.'r'.561 zzP/1'CliEH .1
''' general merchant and farmerhttil', full in' front at the neck 1 \
acres of land. The bonded indebted very and 4 SaJMxJatna -
Bedford county, PA. For sale by IJ. R. in front at the belt. The back has f
ness Arizona is less than 1000000. i .
Wilson & Son.Facnlon I -
but few
gathers. and I
The population Is at least 100.000 and they brought I hiise Jufl n L
this number is very snug at the bottom. There are ftppemint .

1 :::' -over The 5.000 mines persons.augmented yearly by NEW[ SHIRT J WAIST I I STYLES.( size.yokes of every conceivable shape and 01/CLmHtd f'vm/eed tud Sugar.HirJctyrtui. -,fJw". ':<: .'

of Arizona
possess fabulous t fianr.Aperfect
wealth. During 1800 over 15,000.- I noticed several white waists of thin I Use L
Shows EolIeu"arletle..
stuffs. with boleros of the and
-000 worth of f ii Remedy
gold was produced. The forConstipa- "
For the Coming Season.
: trireiv d in the same way as the rest.A !
presence of rich gold mines was not ft, J
Special Correspondence.] fiat bow of the lawn edged with lace ItiormsConvulsionsFeverishi i S. .

NEW YORK, March 6. was put upon the front to hold the I C n r 1 : r
cess andLOss OF SLEEP. B U .'t :. rJ" I
Shirt waists, shirt waists, bolero together. The relutlnn waists ..
Is the burden of her son;; follow the general: designs: of the others Tac Simile Signature of ,
She talks of them at evening ;
And shops the \\nolo Gay long. sad are tucked: plaited folded and qytZi
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Shirt waists, shirt waists run with foatherbone like the others. # Thrt I t ? ars ;:
She finds in every store, Many of the silk waists are cut awayat NEW YORK: ,
Ind when she's all the
seen thtm cries,
the neck and have a sort of guiinpe
"I wish there had been more. '"
of some other color or material. And ;t pn:,. < t... J,... t''5.o.,:,, .,
This '
may not be'er good poetry, what 1 have told you here is as but one : : \ ,: t !
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tt! but it Is true. Shirt waists there are ;J '{ -, '
drop out of a '''- 'i'it' :l ".t ,
of every size, form, kind of material bucketful.OLIVE t I' ,

r rt p' and imaginable diversity: of ma'.e. The HABPER. EXACT cow or WRAPPEB. f,lab. i) d 1; s t :
, is
trimuiing as diverse as it is beauti That F
Throbbing Headache
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ful. As many ladies make their own THE CENTAUR COMPANY NfW VORK CITY. ; .
shirt waists, 1 will try and give a few Would quickly leave you if you used 1'W r- ___,ra,." n: ;aM B <. Dr King's New Life Pills. Thousands of
ideas. Even little lots of girls will 'sufferers have proved their matchless! mer-

[: wear them this season. They do now it for sick and nervous headaches. They
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bright and pretty color. 1 noticed one build up your health. Easy to take. Try : l3t t: :=!Z Tit aK9at53a&iS9>S

FIRST EXECUTIVE MANSION OF ARIZONA of pink flannel for a little C-year-old them. Only 25 cents, money back if not r iiMNiGwSWTi fREIGHT PREPAID.I l

known eight years ago. Then there are mite. There were two rows of ribbon cured. Sold by B. R. Wilson& Son, drug ;:J WiR.f f R WHAT to Plant... |
gists. 5' :! I ...and HOV/to Pi=nt H. |
sewed on flat down the front, and this
vast of marble and I
supplies onyx gran- !I i Tells yon all about it and describes over S
L- ite. The Harqua Hala mine In Yuma was embroidered in a dainty pattern. Vi t"A" .) 3X varieties of choice fruits and flowers. K
county is declared to be one of the I There was a standing collar, with a "Anything; we can afford you can have, 3 f)IIIT r.n Orangey Porches, Plum, Pers'aoions jj

richest gold producers in the world. I black bowFor a 10-year-old there my have dear" "Thank )'ou. Other people .s: (tl fU AF\SH,' WlUlL'iX l R iP; ) Figs Uman.-ntol' Muiberries Trees Nut, Roses., Orape etc. T |:

The copper mines of Arizona are very was a blue waist dotted with red pinhead things they can't afford, but, of ;;! /!:/ f"Jjptcd far Southern Planting \
dots. This was laid in close folds course, I mustn't. Oh, why did I evermaJ'rylIy =: Also Stock of Field .
productive. Last year over iO,000,000: I a Complete ant Garden Seed and Fancy Poultry, fr ;

worth of this mineral was taken out of from the neck to the waist. The back Sloper.Rejrsiy :) ....Everything for the Farm, Orchard or Garden..... g.;

the ground. This means an output of was plaited in the same way withouta : I am tewil>l>Ie short, dom-lier* 9.i
1i1Uh-Goco, Goods and .lew F
' $ Prices Our tS: G(:O.
\ over HO.OOO.OOtf pounds of copper. The yoke. A wide plait down the center know. If Hiss Violette was to intimatea .

copper mines and smelters of the territory had the regulation three brass buttons. raxvuiage wide there'd be the deuce to Catalogue Free... T/W aJ-ifl' ;!'JJ Brasil CD. fr
(- give employment to over 5.000 Some of the waists have yokes in the pay rholly: Teas, deah boy; nl1d tllcr ',t :"lIrSE'r \'" and Test Grounds P J'IC"IA f'JTJRS=RliZ5 st '
men. while double that number will back, and these may be plain pointed he the caww iasre driver to pay, too.-Life 6-

L"W sooner or later be at work on the many vandyked or scalloped. One has one at Macdcn.iey, Fla. Jaaxsoeav lla, Ffa

l' prospects when they are developed. scallop in the center, with the curve J. I. Bevry, Loganton, !';t., writes: ;a'!\T,1\11:;';'i\n!!t''T PFTfTTTT.! 1\Y\! T.TfTT.TT'RT1MTNNLtTa1! !!i'!bPA! !N!

The United Verde copper mine at Jerome upward and three plaits converging "I am willing; to take my oath that I wae

is the richest of its kiud in the from that curve to the waist line in a t'11I'ptlllf pnl'nlllonil'lItin'ly by then-eof

world. The property is largely owned point. Some of them have rows of One :Minute Cmijli Cure niter doctor-* fail

by United States Senator Clark of I very fine tucking from bottom to top, ed. It also" {'III'l'tlmy children! ofwhoopm -
with insertions of !! c ud!!. (2mc'-.1'' : ulnu'and!: cures
Montana. His income from this investment narrow \aleiicicunes
\'ollhs!! cod! < grippe and throat
croup\ | j
between them and
a fiat fold in the
princely. The mine has 1,000 and lung) troubleChildren like it.
men on its pay roll. Access to the center. The sleeus: are made i in the Anther endorse it. P. 1 ll.1ti'iion! & In.

United Verde is very difficult. It Is same way. One style has rows of Insertion -

Impossible for the curiosity seeker to lengtlnvNi. with puffings of

I go through the mine. The common thin material between. The sleeves are Bears the the Kind(! You Have Ataals Boug8igaatnra h t l- 1rF

way is to get a description of the entrance I made in the same way. Others have

. and various passageways and I the lace insertion with puffed ribbon of

, tunnels. Then, dressed as a miner, the between so that the whole waist is
" explorer tries to run the gantlet of I made of lace and ribbon. The colors -

searchin;; eyes. It i is very seldom that are white, baby lhw. cerise: pink uile

the watchmen are evaded. green, silver gray and hllf"IThe form To those living (

A story told by a former minister to of most of them is that called the

'I Switzerland referring to the petrified French waist. in malarial districts: Tutt's Pills ;

t forest of Arizona and related by a Fine white lawns and swis se pine
apple cloths and dozen are indispcnsible; keep the:
; prominent citizen of New Mexico is re- a other delicate

I'i "Failed Kx-Seuator. Donald Cameronof null sheer fabrics seem to have the system in perfect order and are

Pennsylvania was camping out with preference for pretty waists for summer

friends i Arizona.. They had journey wear, and these are so trimmed an absolute cure

t d all day across the desert with nothing with lace that it is difficult to describe

but sand and sky and sagebrush in them But Hue tiling; must always:: be for sick headache, indigestion /

ight One of the party said to Mr.I rentembercd-these shirt W:118t8 must
malaria liver
Cameron "Presently we will come to a all be laundered in the course of human torpid constipation -

spring of water with trees and greengrass events and they must be made and all bilious disc.; scs.Tutt's .

I {) all around." Cameron was dubious with thatiew.. '

but the prediction came true.The The gii'.sham; pique and other washable Lsver Pill TRI-"tiV'"EEBLY: SAILINGS

next day they left this place, stuffs are made rather more simply ____IfTEJ:\____
aud the same prophet said to SenatorCaruerou but tucks, plaits and bra s buttons I

"Soon we will come to a L have their place then* too. The cuffs THE BOOK OF THE YEARS JACKSONVILLE AND NEW YORKCalling :

spot where the trees and the grass and to the shirts of flannels gin ghauts, etc.. at ('harlt' tI'li. S. ('., both ways, I

) the birds and the annuals and everything arc like shirt cuffs for two linked buttons "The Bow-legged Ghost and Other Stories.' The I'itiiM Meanisii in UK C'oastuisc Soriitc.TSIK .

else is petrified." This but all the tine and thiu .
was too sI11'ith an introduction -- ----- --- e ---- ---- '

much for the senator mill he said have flaring cuffs more or less urn;a- I America's by i/I., \..uA.m TIASH: xiw ELI: > .'Xl) SOI"IIIKLLKS -- \

quickly: "llIIiO;sihll'! hlllosible'h! -. greatest poet, rr i :TI
; 1 "
I _J>irc<'t Service Iletwwn._
the laws of grailtatioii would James Whit- :11 .ff" --
k ; have tbe !: 1 1: :
C'ombRlley.A'3 + Jicksocville Boston and Providence and all eastern
( points. j
,, .
suspended. Instantly the prophet illustrated volume we; "" :. ; > :JJ.'RL.d.ft
-f: ---.7; .74"H" ('aIJin r at ('harl".ton 'lioth r t
replied "Oh, no; they were petrified of original :&;'1.: {;;;/ way
t humorous r SEMI-WKKKLY SAILI WIIuthbuuudFr' :. :
too. sketches! verse (1: i'4'i.ftf.r.J'f)i7!..jl. :- mle'e i-' Wharf, ip..ton.orthl.UIIIIFr"lII' foot of noan5tt Jacksonville '
About 20 miles from this city i is farc'ious para. 'f: ; -- ,
graphamtcot- ,,,
t' 't
31ount Superstition which rising abruptly 1.'G WCS" A be..okao t'i'; }:(l'J':, t t 14IH l;:'.t .T. .JOIJ\: !t IZl4' CEt 14XS:;.

can be seen for many miles.On that wall : 'y" j ik!;t i.1 h"N. :.. *fcB\BV Ll\K.:
ricgptAliRt tie' 'A, '4r } 4 "
its western slope is Muff which ", j i..i .
I' a .'ad-J, : ', 6Sct3ttteu .Jaf'liooCu\-Hh' and alfhl'fL1"PJ'itl
l ad. i'; k. :. /
i contains an acre of level rock. Some i tc (- .",, 3 ..'..,.. .\ 'j t" J. } "fi."I.r ,-f'I.r. .-,'3
I\i ; '" :.... : at I'alatka. A!>.ttlr. !St. Fntiu-is, i Jt'rt.ftlrtl (lh'aiid), nIne Springs and
IJc .t > 4W2.
(' ') ; .i. "ft-
tears ago a gentleman: ited this spot :tilenorVd; -;,,<.1 : : i landiiisr-- SL.Iuhn*,'iinor .
/ out of curiositlIl'. discovered an old ,;dol ,,:' Hauer. l; ".':"j'f..U1 ;( &3J ;;Y ; < 5'rr.!r : "Fm])'" HEB.JY'C'I'1'. W. A. SUAwisapJoiJlh'dtoliIasfol1ows:
I \ lok tv "0 "I -:.... Leave Jaeks/lnvilh' 3:3f HI., Sundays Tuowlays antI Thnixlays.
fort and a mass of relics. lIe also observed : & c.--.I p.
a primitive slUeltl'r.s night 1 j-- {, read r'.icid among&nd rS&enjojed -,,._-,.& .:. Leave .-:n"tlr.l1tOl a. in.. Enterpri3li a. ni, .Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. I

he concluded 'i I your friends. ron;;Jins "Th': Bnw-legpred Gho t, -
came on to lay himselfdown l :,Iu tF tIlIUUt1. SCHKnrLrl;
I "When Ezra &-g Frr. .-.<=. "The Manh Xortnboand.
on a flat rock and sleep. lIe was if i Couldn't :*ci,' TUS.M-; ':, ..s ff FUur Head: down. .Read
later awakened electric shock. So..t." "Selling IA'kSU': tlair. '.No Woman, N Leave 8 3it Pnt------------ -----u---.JlfkflnnIle----------______________ mve2
by an
f ''ty "' _.__ ____ __ I
ll Fad, "i 3oct'ty ActrE.u.: : tt.1. etc. Tnufirs' s .1:> I\UJ------------ -Palatka- ------- --------------J.f'\.e 800
lIe was also surprised to find a line of : edition hound in cloth i'r-nicd on extra fin .. 3 00 stn--------------------------- -l5tor-----------_________________ .. .a. pin
fire running from north to south.A I paper,and absolutely the best hurcorous book pu 130 am--______________-_ __..._""F' i.Dtrsfonl ---- -----_________ II 30 pm
SEWSniUTmented Jished. Worth $2.50, inai'td!' p.tpaid for $I.o( _________nn- ___-. j'riIigs----( ); II 10p putt
later the adventurer. ---
few days intrepid WAIHS. Order -------- 1200
at --
ones.5but! for our new special LOU .. ------ n'n
__ ____
f5 0-) am---------- ---glue __________ II
u --
to follow !i trated catalogue mailed free. Gi the low ------- -- 11 00
Induced a companion to revisittb the fS you am
trimming oil the ____ ____ t ..
'eat; prices on all good booki adorers all orders t .\rrin'.. )>o :Sat attt----------- --- anhll" ----------------______ 900
(' scene of the phenomenon. They rest. All these thin ones have self e 01- j' THE tl'jlm; .-- -- - -- __..Entrpri>r. -- --._ II am
I WERNER COMPANY ::::::.:::-= j3Q am
Jay on the same rock Iud were likewise lars or high bands, around which ribbon : | fubli her -- -
and M
AklOS Oflltj
nl\actnrers. ,
E. B. WAGER Agent Titnsville
awakened by an electric shock. An investigation or Slllie'cQ' light: tie will t,e j The Werner Coc.-,y u t.'>owJgh/ r.!::' :c.}-[.:Imr. Florida.

showed a quantity of iron drawn.Siik -- --. --- ------ General Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla
the north side of the and to waists are made
on plain much in the \V. \VARRURTOX, T. P. A- T. M. IRONMONGER, Jr
the south a lot of copperas. These mineral same general style, but most of these e w! :statf xt. :\;t'ork.; "..04 West Bay St',F. P. A,

veins were connected by veins of are corded in front. One decided novelty 1 Best CURES tough WHERE All ELSE FAILS. i', P. LOVELL, Awt. F:!la. SuVt.. JNO. L. HOWARD, Superintendent Jacksonville' FJs
fcjrup. Tas-tes Good. Use ,
volcanic has the body of the Entime Foot 1 Io-n: n Strut, Jacksonville. Fllllt Hogan Street
pure copper placed there by waist of du t'e S.ldbvdrueeists. Jacksonville, Fla.
TIIKO. fi. MiKK: WI. P. CLYDK & CO..
?action.- A stream of water impregnat- colored peso de sole, with an open !I mr Traffic Manager, General Agent3

'f 7' ft was jso found. Thus the front... f.Thia is. filled In with. a white; Chcbcbrongh Building, 19 State street, New York? ;

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THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY.. MARCH; 91900. / \ '1- S /. \.
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: WF!ARE1OflESJ7fD altogether and other extinct oriental in peoples some parts and of is not the Dependence on Good.Seeds The 0 crop can i-' ae

United States. Without good, fresh]:fertile seeds; good and -' ,

.- The act authorizing the twelfth cerfus crops are impossible. It is, then, of the grow with, .

provides-that it shall be restricted most vital importance 'that you should -

: THE TWELFTH CENSU3 WILL TEtLjosOUFLCOUNTBY'S ; to inquiries r relating to the population exercise the greatest .possible caution in Potash. i ;1>

GREATNESS/ to-mortality, to'the products of agriculture selecting the seedyou are to plant the -a ;.

JfX- and of 'manufacturing and me- coming season. Since you cannot determine blade of :t

ry Wot an Eat Proposition hanlcal establishments. The only volumes their fertility or freshness by sight, t !; .1"

In Charge of the Work For-Some Those of that- will be; prepared and published the only certain way to insure yourself every grain *F 1 1'i ,

v the Difficultly to Be in connection with the twelfth against worthless seeds is to buy only ii \
E Census Taking In? the Long Overcome.Ago. census, excepting several special re- those that bear the name of a firm about all Fruits i : ';

ports, will relate to the foregoing topes :. whose reliability! there is no question. j
ISp clal Correspondence.] and these volumes will be. designated There are no better known seedsmen anywhere Vegetables -

WASHINGTON, March C.-A visit to as and constitute the census reports and none who have a higher reputation -

:t the census office and a glimpse at Census I and must be published not later for integrity, than D. M Ferry & : ( have it. If '' ;

k Director Merriam's busy force will ban. the 1st day of July 1902. Co., of Detroit, Mich. Ferry's seeds have

disabuse the mind of any one whothinks" There are many difficulties which been a synonym for good seeds for many is supplied .

that census taking is a political must be overcome by the census office }'ears. Thousands of gardeners who con-

picnic. Few persons appreciate the which are only fully realized by tinue to plant them season after season count on a full crop- _
magnitude of the work. The eleventh those In charge of the work. Legal do so with the full confidence that they Tie

I; census cost' more than $11,000,000. and questions continually arise. As a sample will uniformly be found to be of high little, the growth will be E

l it.,; In the twelfth census an office force of of the troublesome problems to be vitality, and most important of all, true There is

tof' over 2,000 for about two years and a solved take the Indian census, which to name. country ." ; =
tive. ,
field force of over 50,000 for from two faIrly bristles with legal difficulties.In Ferry's Seed annual for 1900 is fully up it-heart[ Many

;; weeks to a month will be employed. 1890 the census law provided thata to the standard of former years and will or apoplexy our books telling all about composition of

The Hollerith tabulating machines, by "special report" upon the Indians ti* welcomed by all who have ]learned to disease. If best adapted for all crops. They cost you '

which the population is counted and should be made. A volume of seven regard it a a thoroughly reliable and vance the

hundred odd pages was published, pro practical guide to planting. A copy may the vital KALI WORKS o,Nassau St.,New York.

fusely illustrated and touching every be obtained free by addressing the firmas break down
point of the Indian problem. For once above.It Then the

> In history "Poor Lo" was accorded jus -leaks out .
r Bank of
Disease, the
tice. The volume was so pretty that is "
very to stand idly by and see Dr.
t the edition was soon e.xLau ted, and dear .i
our ones suffer while awaiting the covery is the
lr 4 now the department of the interior has arrival of the doctor. and urinary
Albany (X. Y.) '
i not even a copy for the census office It dairyman called at a drug store there fora of apparently t of Florida C ,

self. But the law providing for the doctor to come and see his child then efforts have .

I :,f:1 twelfth census malces no special provision sick with Not and dollar Y.y
very croup. finding the
for an Indian census, nor does it by mail, "
I ti doctor in, he left word for him to come <
., Root and AND CITY
authorize such a report as was made ..
at once on his return. He also bought a Dr. Kilmer
ten years ago. It is at this point that .4
bottle of Chamberlain's mention this
Cough Remedy
j 't+t the real difficulties of the census office winch lie hoped would give some relief, FLORIDA. ._ I
regarding the Indians
begin. until the doctor should arrive. In a few
The Indian population, then, cannotbe -
hours[ he returned *;
saying the doctor need -- -
11 treated by itself and described in a
> not come, as the child was much better. .tOBBIXS & : '
separate report. It also seems illogical $100,000.
The druggist, Mr. Otto Scholz, says the ,
to class the Indians among the ordi- AT
family has since recommended Chamberlain's
nary population of the United States. -
;?? CENSUS DIRECTOR MERRIAM. !. The Indian tribe is in many respects a Cough Uemedy to their neighbors riTfSVil. K, ,

i' the returns are tabulated,makes census distinct nationality, although since and friends until he has a constant demand (!dire h'lII : of Firms Banks and ."
,, taking a huge industrial process. The 1871 congress has been doing its best for it from that part of the country. Will : .- .,

.1 census office becomes a factory and the to destroy all traces of tribal independence For sale by B. 1:. Wilson &: Son. Special ; Solicited. ;
lug land
director of census a captain of indus- or self government. Moreover, ';

,:::, try.The the tribal Indians are not citizens of State Hankers to Meet. H. L. GI.

" United States was the first nation the United States. The reservationsupon The State Bankers' association has decided OFFICERS

of modern times to order and ex- which they live are not legally in favor of Orlando as the place of ; :

ecute a periodical national census. The parts of the state or to-:Itory which holding the next annual meeting which B. TOMPKINS" President. .
; ancient Hebrews, while In the wilderness surrounds tl1om, and state and territorial the Tm- viLLE, 1'ice-President. '
occurs on 21st inst.t of
a meeting; DENHAM, Cashier.
i.. before reaching the promised laws do not apply to the reservation the city count 51 l Messrs. O'Xeal and War- ('u'ity BAKER. Assistant Cashier.

lantI,hy direction of their leader,Moses, or to the Indians! upon It.cts of field woe appointed a committee:! on arrangements flit in aii the ;
made an enumeration of their fightingmen congress do not apply to reservation coif of DIIJKCTOHS : ;
to make the .
necessary prep-
between the ages of 20:! and 50, of I Indians unless such application is explicitly arations. Orlando will -. -
whom there were 600,000. In Pales- authorized in the ). rice the bankersa nuxc.\X. : STOCKTON, ALBION W. KNIGHT, '
welcome, which will go far toward justifying ; RAYMOND D. KNIGHT,
tine there were occasional enumera- Under such conditions it seems impossible l> KICH'D
the wisdom of the selection of thisplace. F."iJl.UI, MCLAUGHLIN, i
tions of the people for taxing and mili- for the census office to class This will .\ 'ES. WM. H BIKER 1 '
meeting occur on the
tary purposes. The Greeks and Romans Indians as a part of the ordinary inhabitants HES>RY B. TOMPKIXS.
day preceding the meeting of the good JJ
also had the system of enumeration of the states and territories. roads ; .\ '& --- Jt

of population and ascertainmentof On the other hand, it Is equally Impos- convention. --- .

individual wealth i for like purposes. sible to ignore them and omit them entirely Robbed the Grate. 1(. GULll [ and Linen :

But for lack of facilities the methods for the constitution of the United .\
c necessarily employed in those times States says that "representatives A startling; incident of which Mr. John .Netting

gave i ir from satisfactory results and shall be apportioned among the several Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the subject, TlTU-VILLE.
is "
narrated by him follows
as : 1 was
did Lot approach the accuracy and states according to their respective in J-
a most dreadful ('()fllitiOfl.1V skin
I completeness that are possible today.In numbers counting the whole numberof was almost n'lIow's sunken, tongue Notary PI'I\t'I'utill R -

this country there was some persons in each state, excluding In- coated, pain continually in back and tIll stale.

,$ doubtful guessing as to population before dians not taxed." sides, no appetite gradually growing

the first census was taken in 1790) All these points are subjected to the weaker day by day. Three physicians A. I). l't: o.'N Tackle
but such has been the uniformity of most careful examination in the census bad given me up Fortunately a friend

the rate of increase as shown by successive office, and when a decision as to advised trying; 'Elt'l'tl'ie 1; Bitters,' and tom .\. Superior quality Linen Gill

census returns that a safer the legal obligation of the office has ,' great joy and surprise, the first bottle Netting made from Knox'sScotch'Threa
made a decids-J improt'euteut. I continued flTSnLu;,
rule for determining the population of been reached the statisticians turn .
their use fur three weeks, and am!
the colonies at particular period their attention to the economic and
any social now a well man. I know they saved my Will and estimates cheerfully furnished.
would be to apply, by a reverse processof aspects of the question in hand. life, antI rubbed the trace: of another victim. dicial t' rl'uit.J'IES Corks, Leads, Lines, etc.

calculation, the rate of Increas Experts are consulted, the important ." No one should fail to try them.

since ascertained.The lines of investigation are mapped out, Only 50 cents, guaranteed, at B.R. Wilson .\ JOHNSON & CO. J

first act of congress,dated March and inquiries are so framed as to bring & Son's drug store 5 \T :Manufacturers

1, 1790 for taking the census is drawnin out the desired information in a form -- St., BALTIMORE, MD.

rigid conformity with the constitution in which it can be handled with the WAXTKD-Honest man or wonnn to tray :Main oliice! -- -- --- I
and directs the United States mar Hollerith maehlnr1, the same time large hoiiic: salary Ft( ; monthlyand OHii-i- at I ,

shals to cause the number of Inhabit- these questions must be put in such away ;expense iuc'o, self with addressed increase: stamped positionpernunent nth Will Friday,aeti; .. s

ants within their respective districts that they will neither be inbr.ndorstood envelopeMAXAUEK, 330: 1'as.ton bids. judicial j> DREW'S I Il

to be taken. The enumeration was to nor likely to evoke antagonism Chicago.Or --

begin the first :Monday in August and or false replies. No pains are F. J. \\ hii

close within nine months thereafter spared to interest the public in the x
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The free persons were to be distinguished work and to secure general and hearty Hathaway

from others-males from f co-operation.. Without that the .
"" most TITI>\ II.LK. '. E GAL -

males-and Indians not taxed were to careful work at Washington or by the Treats All Diseases Will nru'!; '., ;
(be omitted from the enumeration. Tree enumerators must prove fruitless. *'
males of 1C ;years and overere to be The census otlu-e at Washington has DRC"J .
Method Invariably Cures All .
distinguished from those under that not a monopoly of the difficulties in the NB f
1\- 1 II.> I.. : 3 fM \
Catarrhal Bronchial Lung Stomach
ago. The report of the first census iscouiprbed work of ('llUl1l1'r:1t1lJ Many of the lU. & J ,
I.iff\r, Kidney and Other Complaints r IS( !
in a pamphlet of :32: : pages.The :;. "iO.OnO enumeratorslio will be placedunder \ > :;'-;' t !
as vY as All IHsosiS"':' \J-J '.... Z i
marshals made their reports to the a time limit not exceeding a and Weaknesses 01 Women .. ,
-- ,
president by the 1st of ('pt'mb'r,1i01. month, will hare many obstacles to OUire at rl' -- ., .
There was> uu superintendent of the overcome. They will hate to move .. I ;" ., .natL T;:'" '!': r county .i : --- ------
-- : t.UlUMU' .
census or census office located at the with celerity anti along well! defined ;, I'lu venuj at t
a iK'ruxl ti i;'" A. HODGES r(
seat of government. The presidentwas lines, which the natural conditions will l :- hum,uyearlteha* !" TITn.n >> :

not specially authorized by law to sometimes oppose. Tor instance, our .. J I l.'U.aN11t] tO ,...!'... ., ----- -- \.t
I.auu ('1 tlisCiU-es i.: IIrIas, Flu. :
publish the returns of the marshals. new povsossjons will furnish roads hitherto ;" nan awl worie'3 uj;'I Dr. .Jf

The first reportas printed by William !- unexplored h y the <>ouu>* take ,,,iic:. ill.! ii!; MIuuulu: tile eti Fiatiu .: (' ill and :\Manufacturer .
Duane in ISO:!. The as.!::retiate;: The law directs that the census of .:'>>> h'.' .j"".,.r-" hiittua 4'iiuit.its he hs ;; \
I .
population of the states was 3..i: J.::il4; Alaska and Hawaii shall bo taken this p.x'IJr...." .; _, t-"l'U.l: ......... U lLlii t'Jv ; () HXK lU

that of the Southwest territory,3Jti)1.) year, anti while the latter may not pro, --$ >..-" :; Dr. Kathvvjrj's MPt. : (TCKES.S i m j

Thomas Jefferson then secretary of sent extreme difficulties, it can be easily -,' -: .:rd of tr..tihczt met j
state certified to the correctness:; of the understood that there are many dir cty! at Ue seat o. : and ,
the trotilU. purifies the Moou Vegetable Grates
schedule of population Oct.1: 171)1. troubles in store for the operators 1 inAlaska. ] Purifies t.'llI'SII' tit{ uncle sjhtun and: -

The second census:: was taken in 1SOO. The great stretches of almost the Bicod. neutralizes the joisons wi:.':. .\ntr 'T \

and they have followed by decade* uninhabited territory, the wide (115-1 I, produce the diseased" condition :' \1.\1 : ." furnished for complete) bills of

ever &iuce.There tances between the towns and camptho .-, I Ml Diseases Ye.irh ho restores. to p ., l>e ekhvrrrd at any point on the
health thousands .
of io'n'- .
has always been more or ll'ss scattered cabins 1 of the diners and 1 I Treated. from Catarrh, Prewhtis.:su \_

opposition to census taking on the placer miners, which mint frequentlyl I thma. IIt\ Fever, CouplaiiS' : ':.I.h I I '.
ground that it was prying into the private e reached by n<'w and imperfect roadover !j Liter and I\ .ln"y Pise .-r". nioTi::ID'S.: I' ,Iicers. i !i son Bros. .. "-lj '
i Kczenuand j ..
all .
and : nwi.i'i 1\i s;;in .:tr'uu:
Sometimesit bleak mountains icy streams. J ,
affairs of the people. IT IIathwi\ .1 t*,-it '., I I
has been more, sometimes it has will make the work of the enumerator I joxutHHlingly Dlsclses tilt' Irmh..t M ?,' ;s ul tllI- (a\IU\14: '

been less, but opposition has always difficult and sometimes '| Women man> distn->arc n<;;:;;;'.J" ""-.,,c a:, ,: ,
diseases by which so matt noiue-a -inElectrical allI'Iti! : ( iI
lurked in the pathway of the census perilous.The I : ..
Dr. 1IltliaTVi"ffi'1esareftt.,. .
taker. The chief difficulty in the way census office lias sent out clreu'l
of obtaining free and ready information lar to various interests apll'} llin I. Appliances. sa-ysssrrs.! ; : 0\\ Eau Gallie, Fla. '

has been, strange to say an admixture prompt and full replies to the printed which. as well as the nucroscopp, r.e ha; \\orld:
I wide fame as an expert. All of the inedi ; ;
of fear and superstition. !twill questions asked, and the people generally I I used bj Dr. Hathaway are compounded in< in.hi-;- It art Goods Clothing it ,

be remembered by students cf the are urcetl! to give such assistanceto : I[ mm laboratories under his personal direction, Katuru\4n ,

Bible that an enumeration of the people the enumerators as will insure thl'I j I and dividual special remedies are prepared for each i 1:1 structing ; ] : IM siiois K
j case according to its ,
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awl thorough performance t inirpments.i It is ..
of Jtukea by Joab, acting under the expeditious ; Ir' ha gans. '
orders of King David, was followed by of the duties assigned; the office of the Examination serieiofM-lf-exanmutioiJblanfo Hathaway ; prepared a ant and .\ :, nc'luES, !

a three days' pestilence which carried twelfth een-us. If the solicitations I Blanks. apphin2totiedilTerentdi--e! t'5 can :\ .4.VD OILS. ETC kt
director of the Iwhich he sends free on application. i, forll.'n stantly
off some 70,000 of the recently countedIndividuals. and requests' of the vet !j Xo.2forWomen
; : No..forSkin Disease Dyspepsia, '
It was thought at the sus are met by the people in the same .j i :\0.4.for Catarrhal Diseases; No.5. for Kidney's. Flatulence I I Launch for Charter. if ;; ,

time that David find his superintendent spirit as they are offered we may be Consultation forrcolnsultaticn! no charpe! Sick -- ; (

of census had no authority do assured of such a ('OhlpiI:1 till1 of fact Free. office or bv mail. at either his I I all otherrc a ro PATENT Good!ideas .,<: ; ,

this thing, and the nation suffered for and figures as to our population, wealth j NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D. Price 50c.and ; j our be secured by ,

their supererogation. That impression and resources as the nineteenth century i j Hathaway S Co., small sue. THE aid. Address,

flourishes today with all its pristine elopes: as will ;give every .\lIwrican ; 25 Bryan Street Savannah, Ga. Prepared I PATENT RECORD, ..
vigor In the minds of Mohammedansv just cause for pride in his country. MENTION THIS PAPER WHEN Arfl\G, Sol I to The Patent: *t&, 'LOOpersaaum.rdict, Md. :'..),. .

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,tth CURRENT r l LOCAL ll LACONICS. Wedding Hitchcock-Gray.bells pealed merrily in Titus- l LATEST NEWS AND IN IDNI8.[ entertainment Home Minstrels.The given at.the opera STATE I I[ NEWS[ InM -. .I

Brief ville Sunday when Mr. Fred' N. Hitch- house last Friday evening was excellent .
Mention of What la Going On Ins 1
Matters of Bits
Interest Information About
Tat Are Happening Various Events
cock and Miss Mamie Gray were marriedat when it is taken into consideration how
About Titusville. the residence of the bride's father, Around Town. little time was given to rehearsal since Occurring at Different Florida Points., f

Mr. Marcus Frank, of Miami, was in Mr. S. F. Gray, with only the immediate Mr. E. J. Triay, of Jacksonville, spent the affair: was so very hastily gotten up. In Dade county, says the Tropical Sun, }

town the first of the present week. family relatives and a few very intimate a part of Sunday and Monday in town. There would undoubtedly have been a the sentiment is undoubtedly growing

:{ Send your watches for repairs to W. M. friends present, Rev. W. X. Chaudoin, larger attendance had not the show been strong in favor of Judge William S. Jennings : ;
Owing to the continuance of
Woodward, Titusville. Work guaranteed.A of LaGrange, being called upon to per- the Presbyterian church there will repairs be no on billed for the following day, and prob- as candidate for Florida's next goy ;

form the marriage ceremony. The bride ably who had made their minds ernor.
mild type of the lagrippe had about services held Sunday.Mr. many up ;
visited every family in this town within looked charming and handsome and was fully to take in the circus felt that they Admiral Dewey is shortly expected to I

the past week or so. becomingly attired in a traveling suit of W. F. Dixon, of Cocoa, paid his could hardly afford both, but the attend- visit Jacksonville and then he will be ;

brown with hat to match, while the brother, Dr. J. M. Dixon, a visit Satur- ance, neverthjess. was fair. While the greeted by a naval and military reception I
Beautiful spring weather with south- groom wore the usual conventional black. day and Sunday.Mr. boys did not make anything above actual such as has never been attempted in this i f

easterly winds this week remind us more After receiving the congratulations of T. G. Ronald, of Lotus, stoppedoff expenses, it leaves them with ma- state. I i

of April weather than March. family relatives and their friends, Mr. here last Saturday on his way to Daytona terial for another entertainment in the i

t :Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins boarded and Mrs. Hitchcock boarded the 4:28 and took in the show that day. near future. The following took active Last Wednesday C. D. Blakeslee and ..
'' train for Miami which will be their Marcus Jones made the largest catch of .
the northbound train yesterday after part on the boards: Arthur Brown, general -
R noon for a short trip to Jacksonville. home. They received a large numberof Hon. M. S. Jones judge of the seventh manager and interlocutor; J. T. I fish of the season on the St. Lucie river. i

: Mr. Miami handsome weddingpresents.. The judicial circuit, is holding the spring Knox and Bert Ives officiated as Bones In one haul they caught 4,400 pounds of I

k Harry Budge, ot stopped bride leaves a host of friends in Titus- term of court in Osceola county this and Tambo, respectively, W. E. Van.landingham sheephead, besides several h'mdred f
off .
at this place Saturday on his way to .
week. pounds of trout and bottom fish.
ville, which has been her home since F. II. Davis
Jacksonville, and called at THE. :STAR E. E Knox, I
office.Youngs'. childhood, all of whom wish her and her Mr. 0. II. Muhlbacher, of Jackson the Kyzer brothers, Mim, II. A. Car- Probably never before in the history r

husband a happy and prosperous life. ville, was visiting relatives in town the rell, R. W. Joyner, W. L. Brown and of the resort business of this country were |t

Bicycle Livery, Hutchinson Mr. Hitchcock is a most exemplary latter part of last week and early part of Philip Wright.All there so many wealthy and well known i j 1

avenue, near Indian River hotel. Tan- young man, and is spoken of most highly the present week. acted their parts creditably, and people :gathered under the roof of one ho- I I

dems and single wheels. Popular prices. by all who know him. During the past Miss Laura L. of special mention might well be made of tel as are now being entertained at the i 1
Sharp, City Point,
W. E. t
Youngs.Mr. year he was engaged at his calling on who spent several days last week with the Knox brothers, Yanlandingham, Ives Royal Poinciana at Palm Beach. t I

II. A. Carrell is mounted on a the new Flagler hotel, the Colonial, at and Davis, who carried the leading parts. .
i Mr. E. W. Hall and family, returned tQ Hon T. L. Clarke, of Monticello, is f I i
brand Orient of the latest Nassau. A large of the friends of
b new style party City Point Sunday. Music for songs and dancing was furnished once more a candidate for the legislature

which arrived here the.first of the week. the bride accompanied the young coupleto by J. T. Knox, the Kyzer brothers from Jefferson countyIr.. Clarke is 1
a .
the railway station to see them off and Messrs. B. F. Deal and Geo. :\lcJ un- and R. W. Joyner.
Mr. J. T. Price has purchased the two bid them a hearty adieu.WaltonEgser.. kin, of City Point, came to town Satur- strong man, and during previous terms I .

fish boats and outfit that was owned by day to take in the show. We receiveda in Tallahassee bas made a record which f t

Mr. W. A. Farmer. The fishermen here pleasant call from Mr. McJunkin. Found In Want.We may this year insure his nomination and I I i

'. are catching more trout than mullet just election. I
:\Ie srs. Geo. M. Quarterman W. E. do not suspect that anyone in our
We received last week, but just one Garfield Green, a negro of Fairfield, t[
now.Dr. too late in Chandler, Floyd Quarterman and Orlando town was aware that there has been a
day publication our last, the Marion county, was carried to Ocala last ]
Herbert Decro and wife, of Newark f
family in want of the necessities of life
announcement card that Miss Aline Quarterman, Jr., all of Banana river week by a deputy; sheriff for
Ohio, were passengers on the southbound jut such has been the and it killing an-
Thomas Ejjger and Mr. and Banana creek, were in town Tuesday. case, was
Percy George other
The arrested
train last Friday en route to In- wrought out in an indirect way Sunday negro. man says they t

*: dianola, where they will visit Mr. Walton were married in Philadelphia on We received a pleasant call Saturdayfrom before Cooper & Co.'s circus left town. were tiring at a mark for sport, and the
Wednesday, Feb. 21st. Many friends of man who was killed stepped in front ofGreen's I
: Humphreys.Mr. Miss Florence A. )Martin of City
the in One oC the ladies: of this:: show happened
Fred Hodgman, of the Hodgman send newly-married them hearty couple this section Point, accompanied by her friend, Miss to rail at the house where the Brooks weapon as it was discharged. I
.. Rubber Co., was among the arrivals in be at home after !May 1st at Hotel Theywill Sallie Hall, of this place, also Mr. E. E. family reside (the husband and father The State Medical society will hold its J.

:. town last Friday on a visit to his friend, Brighton, Atlantic City. Swinson, of Sharpes. only died a few weeks ago) and on entering next annual meeting in Orlando April

c.-. Capt. Washington A. Coster, manager_ of Bicycle races for the medals will be found the destitute condition that llth. The doctors have a strong organ.

the Canaveral club. We are the sole agents for Middle- run off tomorrow afternoon. The racing the; folks were in. Circus people have ization in Florida, and they are apttoturn

Mr. W. A. Farmer of this place has ton's premium coffees, teas and bak- element is getting at work early this::; hearts, and are the most liberal people in out in force, accompanied by their
t. ,
tl ing powder. Valuable presents givento season, and a fine line of wheels is already the world. She heard the story of the wives, at their annual meeting. Orlando
secured the of
l ,' ', position telegraph operator those who purchase. We guarantee represented.Mrs. poor woman, and immediately went out will give them a cordial welcome and
at Daytona, and left last week to take up our goods the best that '
moneycan treat them
the show and those who handsomely.II.
that position.. lIe may move his family buy. W. J. CRAYFORD. La=ceter, from Alabama, after among men happened .
'.it"k' to be about looking on, and took B. Gaskins clerk of the circuit J'
.. there as soon as convenient. visiting her father, Mr. J. C. Keller, at ,
I JUST RECEIVED up a collection amounting, to over eight court of Calhoun
_ : Daytona, was a passenger the south county, has made a '
:Mr. Herbert E. Naething, whoi
dollars and it to the idow. In
gave poor deal with Col. F. A. Salomonson f :.
, .. his father in law Mr. Schilling have A carload; of the finest wide cypress bound train yesterday to Miami on a >r ,-
} of Jan 26th wherein
our paper was men- 000 acres of timber land in Calhoun
, lumber. Build boat now. visit to her sister, Mrs. Sewell. coun
: about three weeks your
: ) been enjoying hunting tioned the death of Mr. Brooks
,.' was ty. The land was owned by foreign -
G. F. P, persons
.. ::...1\J on Indian river, returned to their home innLSOS, Engineer C. F. Haskins, who formerlywas stated that the family were -in destitute and represented by Col. Salomonson. -
Gallie Fla.
c'. 'I' in New York city Wednesday afternoon on the run on Indian River divisionof circumstances, mid it was supposed that The price is not given, but those

.1 One of the members of the band with PICNIC AT IXWANOLA.AH the J., T. & K.W., is now transferred to the widow received her monthly stipendof who know say that the check is a tat

Cooper & Co's show, a fine clarinet -- the main line of the Plant system, running $l0 from the county, but we are in-
between Sanford and Tampa.Mr. formed that as she only asked for the one.No
decided in Titus light has beeu thrown thermstery
player, has to remain the Southern sport and Games or on -

ville and join Indian River band, having Olden Times. J. B. Terry started for the north allowance while her husband was ill, at of the skeleton found in the marsh

accepted work with McFarland Fnu Tuesday afternoon after spending abouta the February meeting her allowance was near Tampa last Friday afternoon.
The thirty-second anniversary of the cut cff. Since the above facts developeda
Protection Co. Physicians have examined what there is
I week in town. He stopped off in St.
picnic and ball which is held
annually petition to have her reinstated the
... left of it, and they declare that at the
Augustine and Jacksonville until Thurs- ,
Mr. J. W. Ballentine Sharpes, spent honor of Mrs. John Field, the first lady list of county poor has been circulatedand 3
day morning when he sailed for New time of death the person must have been
Saturday in town. Mr. Ballentine ex- that stepped on Merritts Island. A day the presented to the board of 1
pects to leave for his: New Jersey homes people of Brevard county look forward to. York on the Iroquois.Mr. commissioners in 8e;?-ion this week with!y about 40 that years the old. They also give the \

!' sometime the coming week, much to the Thirty-two years ago Mr. and Mrs 11. li. Stewart, of Brantley, was a the result that she is now allowed $10[) opinion American or Cuban person mulatto.was either an

regret of his neighbors and friends living John Field arrived at Indianola, and visitor to his brother, Dr. A. A. Stewart, l>er month. It seems the poor woman

at Sharpes.The have lived there ever since. the latter part of last wt'ek.Ir.. Stewart does not want to he dependent upon the Jacksonville News: Both the Gainesville -

Smith-Gorton protean entertainers The picnic will be held on March IGtl, estimates that his orange crop this county, but owing to the sickness of her Sun and the Pensacola Journal, two
entertainment in front of their residence in a o f little who her of the best papers in the state, advocatethe
who recently gave an coming year will be in the neighborhood boy, partially supports ,
in our town, passed through here Weil magnolias and palnwtt s. If you wish! of 4,000 boxes. she ha been unable to look after her employment of the state convicts on

nesday on their way to Melbourne, wher to see something, seen only at these I family of four children. the public roads, and are unalterably opposed {

they have an appointment while the gatherings, come and bring your dinner The regular meeting of the town rounI to thecontinuanceofapolicy which

If chautauqua is in session this week. basket, well filled. Come carl and stay' I 011 1 for March was held Tuesday evening, TKUKLIA THE CLYDE LINK.: enables a few speculators to coin money''

late. Come and enjoy a good long da')' but we understand that there was no from the misfortunes of others at the expense t
I Tourists and all north
parties returning
The yawl-rigged yacht Coon, from with ".\unt Eliza" and 'Tncle John" business of any importance transacted I of honest labor. The entire system

New York, owned by Capt. W. F. Langley A turkey pull, given by the cow boys I The Usual routine proceeding and auditing -I t'lvile should line.take a Tickets sea trip and via reservations the popular i is: rotten and cannot too soon be '1..."';
50 over all, 17 feet beam, and drawing of Merritts Island and the fast riders o f of monthly accounts forexpense were abolished "
Le-H'I.'urt'll of E. U., Wa-er THE I
::: at Sr\u
only :US inches of water, stopped at Indian river. No head, no turkey. Fun attended to. I \
SheiiffDavisandCoronei I
otlice- This i is tire most; pleasant: time of(: Mackay returned -
r this this morning southbound in the word
place begins at "go.
I Mr. Frank M. Wilson, of Canaveral I the to take a trip on the ocean. to St. Augustine Wednesday of la-t
l charge of Coast Pilot Dolph :Sheldon, of File matters of beef to be won by the
and the Messrs. Will and E. J. Praetoriiis -- week from Armstrong, where they wentto
t New Smyrna. best three shots out of five.
. of Banana river, were in townWednesday. WHEN \or BF'ILil hold an inquest over the body of one 1
Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold divine l- Quoit pitching, clay pigeon; shooting; Mr. Wii-oiipimha-cd finedescent Tucker, a ('Olorl'lnuUl who was recently
11the the : a Buy lumber, sa-h, doore, blildl'I13'hal'lhnUl'
: service at Jupiter on Friday, the!9th', best teams on liver. Everybody chamless wheel while hue from I your killed! in the turpentine camps near there
; and all other
shoot. ; paints buildup
at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.; at Eden, can Quoit match by Indian I E. Wager, as there is fine riding on the! by another farm hand. George; Thompson .
ola m Merritt: : material 1 of oKau :\,
Sunday, the 11th, 10:30 a. m.; Jensen- experts.greased beach from Canaveral both north and a negro. wa arrested, charged with
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pig, to bo ridden all the, .
i. Wavefand, 3:30: p. m. Bishop Gray wIll by south. the crime llewa-giua a preliminary .
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visit St. Gabriels church, Titusville, on boys, for the pn/e. I hearing and wa remanded to jail to ,
Mr Larsen
: private to Third
Champion tug-of-war. tndianohi will secretary ;
a'nesda,13th. Service at 7:30 p. m. await the action of the circuit court.
I match Merritt, Cocoa and Iockhlge. j Vice President J. E. Ingraham, of the F. Just rel'eiwdprin :samples ((1900)))

Messrs. 1). P. Smith and J. L. McCrory, I Sack: racing, wheel-banow lacing, la I E. C. railway, wa: in town Tuesday I up-to-date wall paper, prices ranging::: The third annual exhibition of the

of New Smyrna, were in town Monday to dies' foot race, fat men's race and girl:;' making an inspection of the factory of ; from Ic. to 1-Vts' per roll. Gilt picture lade County Agricultural and Hoiticul-

attend the special masters' sale of real and bo)':;' foot race, all for piies..A I the McFailand: Fruit Protection Co., andbeing |frame moulding from :3cts. to kt-. per tural society, held at Miami, closed last t-.

,, estate advertised in the case of D.P. "nigger: baby" killing time all day. he expressed himself as very favorably : foot. Paper tiling, washable, all the w t yi'fiom Saturday night. The fair was a greater t

Smith vs. F. M. Tyler as administrator of .\ ;grand ball and cake walk in the evening j impressed with the works of this locts. to 4Ucts. per roll. Sample siuve- than any previously held by this

the estate of Julius Tyler. The real estate at the Indianola club hlluSt', company.a furnished! by mail, or ran l-e seen on exhibition society. Hundreds of visitors from all

was bid in by Mr. Smith foi the I Come old, come young, ami havegood I \ at my shop Titusville. HTtion of the l.'Ounty'i itl"l the fair 4
the three
sum of 10,000.Mr. ( time. All will be made welcome. I i of remaining membersI '! W. 1:. KCooper \"\. daily, and were not only delighted with .
I the Canaveral club took their le-
Refreshments served all 1 hours. what they saw, but the
Jas. Harper was called this weekto at I Failure, and, although the quarters of I were surprised 'at .
take the position as station agent for, By Older of Committee. I i the club will be open yet for two or three ) A: Co\ Show. varied products of Dade county. The .

the F. E. C. railway at Pablo Beach. Mr. ,i weeks, it is quite doubtful if snore i i display i of citrus fruits surpassed that of .
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK any i & {'o'-. show an'afternoons the two previous
Harper has many friends: here in Titus- Eggs I of the meml>ers will visit there Cooper give ye us.
for hatching, 13 for $h I i i and evening exhibition hereon >:iturJay.e "
have him leave us, '
ville who to Tho-e
regret 'sea-win. : leaving Monday Tampa Times: Dr. D. M. Echemendia
but, at the same time, congratulate him B. B. PYLES, Titusville. I II Col. C. P. Horton, and Mr. T. Watson i' The attendance, although! not tilling: the who has been in charge of the state quarantine -,
either exhibition, waa fair
a higher position. His position 'Merrill: who went to Palm 1.lIlva" at
,. on securing BICYCLES AT A UUUiAIX. Beach, and for this section, and Manager Ileut..ey'vas station at Mullet! Key ever since it
here will be filled by Mr. W. F. : Mr. C. F. Aver left for his home in i one was e-tabli-hed ten has reigned -
One 23 huh frame with well sati til'll. As the
will take :\11Jibb's -. racer, quite
Jibb and Mr. J. T. Knox I Boston. "i Imposition with the state boar -
racing equipment, in good order, used i'show's next date was at Dajtona on f
position as:! night operator. I 1Mr.! C. E. Saunders i' did leave here until of health. The resignation took elfeo"a ,I
very little, cheap. Also Crescent wife and two sons. Monday, they not ..
<" Capt. E. II. Rice arrived home last Friday ster, 24? inch frame, maroon, way downin i and Dr. J. W. Grissaid and wife returnedfront Miuday night. The features Coojter &! few" days aj n, and the vacancy 't t i'

from Sebastian, where he has: been price. Speak quick. Call at THE their cruise down the river Saturday Co's show ate all fiat class: ; the per- has not been tilled, nor has the presidentof 4

work several weeks on the leading S'r.tu ollice. j' in the sloop Golden Rule, having sailed a"s formers being artists in their respectivei. the board another in view who can be
_.__ intrusted with the important duties of
from the river to the ocean, cut for the n j far as the canal leading into Lake Worth. and the costumes: were all new and

purpose of opening a new inlet at that Boat and \acht Sails There, on account of the dredging, thetrip bright, enhancing the appearance of thee keeping infectious di-ca-es nut of this portion -

i I"') point. Owing to the very low stage oCthe I Fit and workmanship! guaranteed. Fish' i via water was given i up, and different acts. of Florida.

t water in the river it was deemed best: not boat sails::; a specialty. Send for estimate. party went to Palm Beach via rail from ----
.7 to make the cut clear into the ocean, and I Titu-ville Florida. !''Jupiter. Mr. Saunders left yesterday Gold Medals to IHRl'IMi whiskey at ,

, this latter piece of work IS now left to be> I jfor Daytona, St. Augustine and Jacksonville I- New Orleans A Woild's Fair, Chicago.:Try The house city tax huoks are now open at th(.
Couit day,
done when the water in the river is I and where he leaves his family; andi it will endorse the Judge's verdict. every .SundayeXl'epttd. Jj
. For thoroughbred poultry poultry j you : : : from !fl to 11 a. m., ain Vom 1 to 2 p. m. !1Ma
high. Capt. Rice informs us that he supplies of all kinds write E. i makes a business trip through MiddleFlorida. old by JXM.KY& MOTLOW, Joxi:: JR., .- _"
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Jones president; J. M. Dixon, treasurer J. "
i 1I G. Bast, secretary. Meets second Wednes-
day night in each month at their rooms.F .

& A. 31.-Indian River lodge No. 90, holds
I't. .. its meetings the second and fourth Friday Unexcelled service from Floridato
: : /0 ovenings of each month at the court bouse.I. all points .. .. .. .. <

1. .. S 1 A. Stewart W. M.; J. Mendel, Secretary.
f: '" North, East and West.

Two trains daily between TAMPA,
Captain. Drill every Saturday night at
'f I \ 8 o'clock at jaiL ,
armory, over county
Greatest Medicine. Drawing
: : Spring Room Cars COLUMBIA
t> CHURCHES. j i Sleeping cannectiug at

,,,2,, -- with sleepers forWASHINGTON .
Rector. Services second and fourth Sundays I ,
THE FLORIDA STAR Gambling at Palm Beach.A I 1,000,000 Boxes of Oranges. in each month at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. |I! BALTIMORE

'. I Sunday school every Sunday at 9:00 a. m. PHILADELPHIA.
'f; decided sensation has been created Tampa Tribune: Mr. W. R. Fuller, Jr., I and NEW YORK.
:<;:'J Entered at the postoffice at Titusville as at Palm Beach by the raiding of the Beach j who is noted throughout the country for PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Rev. John A.
", second-class mail matter. Hughes, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. m.; I Also with CINCINNATI sleeper via
exact of
club and the arrest of the proprietors, i, the Florida orange I ASHEVILLE.
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer
f'f';;; .' Ellis K. Wager, Editor and Publisher. charged with a violation of the state laws |i 'crop, recently gave the Tribune his first meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. You are

{ PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. against gambling. The raid was made} estimate of the year on the Florida crop invited to come.

3: ," Wednesday night of last week, when it !I :for 1900. Mr. Fuller says the excellent BAPTIST CHURCH-Preaching at TItusville "Dixie' Flyer" Through Sleeping Car

<,:' :..-- SUBSCRIPTION, S1.5O PER ANNUM; was expected to catch the place in full i condition of the trees throughout the tate second Sunday ioeach, month,morning and I Route between

75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS. blast, but tHe result proved that the managers il makes it safe to place the probable figure evening. Prayer meetings every Wednes- JACKSONVILLE and ST. LOUIS

Idvertlglng Rate Furnished on of the club had received a tip in I for this year at 1,000,000 boxes. This day eveni. gat 7.-00 9:45 o'clock. Sunday Indianola school Lake City, Macon Atlanta via
Sunday at a. m. on
i{ Application. advance. When Sheriff R. J. Chilling will be the largest figure since the freeze, the every fo"rth Sunday; LaGrange on the first Chattanooga and Nashville,

".4rt!t, worth arrived there he found that the when the usual crop of 6,000,000 was cut, e Sunday. E. N. BELL, Pastor
Making connections for KANSAS CITY
; ,
: $80,000 SAVED. roulette and faro tables had been removed at one fell swoop, to less than 1,000,000. --- CHICAGO and all points in
and their places taken by several Since that time the industry has been Pastor. Services first and third Sundays in the northwest.

This Amount Realized By the Three-Cent common tables, over which several inno- slowly but steadily resuming its former each month at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.; Sunday > Through sleeping-car service between Jacksonville -

Round Trip Rate. cent games of cards were in progress. size, and it will not be at all surprising to school each Sunday at 10 &. m.; Ep and New Orleans via River Junc-

Kissimmee Valley-Gazette. The raid is the outcome of a determined see an output of over a million this year. worth league every Sunday at 3:30 p. m.; tion and Pensacola.
Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7:30 p.
:?'. Some in the state, commenting effort that is being made to drive the club: m.; Ladies' Aid society meets each Wednes- Full information application to any agent

papers I out of existence.: Hon. Frank Clark, of White Will Case. day at 3:00 p. m. Everybody welcome. of this corn; 811Y.
on the ending of recent litigation by I
I Jacksonville is in of the legal A. 0. MAcDoxxELL
charge L.
Plant of railroads and the Florida Herald TOWN DIRECTORY.TOWN
System I fight that is being made against it and its Tampa : Judge J. B. Wall has -- -.--- .- Gen'l Pass. Agt. As 5't Gen'l Pass. Agt.
Central and Peninsular Railroad company rendered a decision in
White will case OFFICERS.-A. D. .
proprietors. He is known as one of the mayor; -- --- -
: think that not much has been from Key West. His decision sustainedthe M. S. Jones Jr., marshal and tax collector
best lawyers in the state and is backedin
gained by obtaining a 3-cent round trip action of the probate court, from C. S. Schuyler clerk and treasurer; John
this matter by Mr. Flagler and the Henry, assessor; D. L. Gaulden. F. A. Los- A Yacht
ticket good for 5 days. Let us see if this which an appeal had been Racing
made. This '
East Coast Hotel system, who have long ley J. M. Dixon, W. R. Knox, Jno. R. Wal- .
idea be a correct one. recognized the demoralizing effects of the leaves James A. Waddell a winner in the ker, councilmen. The council meets first

Hon. D. E. Maxwell, second vicepresident case so far, while the beneficiaries of the Tuesday in each month. ,
club, and determined to drive it out, if FOR
and general manager of the F. C. & possible. widow of John White are still to do what COUNTY DIRECTORY.

P. R. R. Co., made an argument to the they can to get a showing at the property $60

railroad commission, dated April 6th, I left in the estate. Owing to the fact that COUNTY OFFICERS.-D. L. Gaulden.Titus-
The Good Roads
Congress. vine, county judge; M. Goldsmith, Titus
; 1899 in which he the total there is
gave passenger so money in the case, the rifle, prosecuting attorney; A. A. Stewart
earnings per annum on the entire Gratifying responses are being receivedby fight has by no means ended, and it will Titusville, clerk circuit court; J. F. Wooten -

r system of roads, both state and interstate the committee in charge of the :good II be carried through court after court un- ,Cocoa tax assessor; E. W. Hall. Full building working a Racing drawings Catboat and that instructions for

l.,:' .,. as $564,-117.11. Sixty per cent. of roads convention to he held in Orlal1llo'l til every possible means has been exhausted treasurer collector.; J. II. John Sams, Courtenay Henry, Titusville, superintendent build to cost. complete $50. anybody Send postal can,

: 1. this amount he estimates as earnings March 22nd and 23rd. The in an effort to make a change in public instruction; J. o. Fries, Ti mentioning this paper for full particulars

from state passenger travel, which would been thoroughly canvassed by the com- !1 j'mittee the conditions.If tusville, county surveyor; J. P. Brown, Ti- Subscription Price. $2.00 per year 25c. a copy 1

.' amount to about $338,600.If invitations having been gent to tusville, sheriff; T. J. Cockshutt, LaGrange Address THE RUDDER PUB. ('0., ,

the passenger rate was a straight every county commissioner, every clerk I i|: troubled with rheumatism, give registration officer. ---- .9-Murray St., New .York ('it) .. .
;< 3-cent per mile rate instead of 4 cents per of the court, all editors and many prominent j Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial. It will COUNTY COMMISSIOXERS.-J R. Walker. -

mile on this line within this state of Florida citizens throughout Florida. In ad-1 I not cost you a cent if it does no good. One Titusville Jos. Mendel,chairman, LaGrange; W.: ; H.Jno.Sharpe Houston, Sharpes Eau; A $4.00 BOOK FOR rSctS. !

then the above amount would be re-I dition the committee has extended its ;, application will relieve the pain. It also Gallie; J. N. Waller, Ankona. Regular sessions The Farmers' Encyclopedia, '

duced in cost to Florida passenger work to other states and the attendance :j cures sprains and bruises in one-third the are held first Tuesday each month.
one-fourth, or twenty-five cent. This of delegates will be large and time -
per representaj j i, required by any other treatment. COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.-J. M. Dixon, the attain -
:, would result in a saving to Florida live. A from Washington i Cuts burns of the farm
passenger government expert i quinsey, pains in Titusville; S. F. Gibbs Melbourne. boniehold tad
travel of about $85,000 per annum, ; City is expected to be present and 'i the side and chest, glandular and other --- stock raisiar. Embraces

on this line of railroad alone. I will give the convention the benefit of 'I, swelling: are quickly cured by applying TIME CARD NO. 4. i! the horse articles the colt on,

Now it can be safely estimated that at the latest investigations made and the j I it. Every bottle warranted. Price 25 a i horse habits diseases -

least one-half of the passenger travel per ; most practical uIt8 arrived at by the.,! and 50C. I;. II. Wilson & Son.Lewis ndian River Steamers e the form of ,the grasses horse,

annum on the above line of railroad will government bureau in charge of this i I 1 + t F I; I fruit culture, dairy-

': be on the 3-cent round trip ticket. This most important department. I I ".\ny bright hoy in your school, Jinn i I cattle tngcookeryhealth, sheep su: iue,,

will save on that line of road alone over 1 my?" ''Yes; Billy (iiU'ldlll'at a Whole In Effect February 22nd, liHXl. Ik i poultry beta, the

forty thousand dollars per annum to A number of towns in South Florida. apple in two bitt's-I>Nroit Free Press. lnI ? dog, toilet social
life, etc., etc one
Florida travel.: The same amount it can -- '
are discussing the establishment of far- - CONDENSED SCHEDULE of the most complete

r- safely be said, will be saved to passenger: lories for the utilizatIOn of the refuse land \?\1t Dennis. Salem! Ind., says: "Ko- ; pediasinrutence Enevi-lo-
travel on the Plant System railway:*. scrap that are now counted only:: dol DysjK'p Cure did me more
Here is an annual saving of over $SO-, the waste of the local fish business t I than anything: I ever took." It digests Leave HOCKLEDlE Mondays, Wednesdays, x 14 meheb t>:J6

000 in passenger fares to the people of j j what you eat and cannot help but cuiedyspepsia Thursdays and Saturdays, 4OJ p. 111, 4t pages*,, fully bound illustrated la
I and stomach troubles. Arrive PALM 1IEACH Tuesdays, Thursday-.
Florida by the :;-l'l'nt round trip ticket B. II.: green cloth binding
lire*aril County Trt'Hurer' Statement.
Wilson i\: Son. Fridays and :Sundays 2:30 p. ui. and equal to
\ and yet some will contend that the com- 1 I j other books cowing
I mission is an to the people. I M\RCII IsT, lilOO.! :NORTH-BOUND: Si.00. If you desire this book send us our special
Balance cash on hand Feb. 1. HlfML( $ 832.23: : -Honest man or woman to trav Leave PALM BEACH Mondays. offer price, $0.75, and 80.20 extra for postage and
Even the 3-cent round trip ticket was WANTED \Vedmsdays.
large house we will forward the book to you. If it is not satisfactory
salary $t3!
Amount reeeheil in Feb ; monthly
I9tA4,310 ;1 Fridays and saturdays,10:00! a. in.
return it and we will exchange it or refund
not obtained until vigorous litigation was and expenses, with increa-e: jiositioii
Arrive KOCKLEDGE Tuesdays Thursdnjs.Saturday your money. Send for our special illustrated catalogue
instituted.VALUA1ILK. 'fottl----------_$ jU.H7> permanent: inclov self-addressed stamped quoting the lowest prices on books, FREE.
envelope. MANAGER, 330 Caxton bldg., Sundays, D.OO a. m. We Address all orders
can save you money. to
Less amount paid in Fek, llhK>, and
; DISCOVERY.AVomltTful warrants delivered to county com- Chicago. Steamers connect with the Florida THE WERNER COMPANY,
mi.iuuersaidschotd board.______$3.919.J5 I ----- -- -- ----- Fast Coast railway as follows: hbli hen and Uanufoctuen. Akron, OMQ

; I AiliuinMrator'ti Notice. [The Werner Company is thoroughly rehab ]-hditoi.
Deposit Cement Cock round SOUT1I-BOUND
Balance cash on hand Mar. 1, 1900. $1,193.02 -
In This State. I I'erll1lonths All persons concerned take notice that six Leave JACKSONVILLE
TimbO'I' balance is held a. m. 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE
as follows: months after date I will present my: final
Arrive LEDliEu3:3" in.
'\ ago a special from Tallahassee Deposited. in Indian Iin.rf-itatt. hank accounts ami vouchers administrator of the p.

} was published describing a real- iu per certificate cashier attached! estate of llariut L. \\ I.III. late of Urevard NORTH-, Bill*ND
less 1 ch'k in county, Hoiida, deceased, to lIon. I). L.
ly wonderful deposit} of cement rock, near to monthly rciKirt, not $1,193.0215.ilames iauldeii. county judge of said Leave 1t'KLED(1E1:19 p. III.
county, and
: HiverFunction, Fla., forty miles west of belonging to each fund as pray to be discharged from such Arrive JACKSONVILLE. 70 p. in
administration. I
{ follows: u_ ___. __ '_'
Tallahassee, on the Apalachicola river, A. WILSON,

near the junction of three great mill'Ol,18Y8tt'II County.. revenue, general fund ______$ 13t25 Administrator. INDIAN RIVER AND BAY BISCAYNE
road and bridge nu___ .44 Titni\'ille! Fla.. Nov. 3rd 1899.ii'r.
the Louisville and Xashville ..
\ building n_____ 2004 INLAND NAVIGATION CO. TRADE MARKS
Plant System and Florida Central anti II fine and forfeiture ______ iWA DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
1 P Peninsular. The article attracted very .". feedins. prisoners' ___u__ 253.90 Operating a line of steamers between 4c.

wide attention, and evidenced by the school fund _n______________ 39* KOCKLEDUE, on INDIAN RIVER Anyone sending a sketch and description may
sprdiil road fund, Dist.2.___ and PALM BEACH on LIKE quickly ascertain our ot'iiiiou free whether: an
i large number inquiries elicited. Many .. .. .. .. .:. 5115.7J 3-11\1'; llI WORTH, touching at principal landings invention tnctlv 13 oonfldential.probably patentable.Handbook('uiiiniuiiioations I'atcuts-

J of the largest and richest conceins in this .. game warden fund-__.__---- 30.0U.I between these point gent free. Oldest agency for securing patent

: country, Canada and England l and even I Tickets are on Nile\ at and information can) special Patents notice taken, without through charge Maim in the& Co. receive:

'I the kingdom of Uelgium! itself, after writing Total__________$ 1.1D3.02 i he obtained from any of the following offices:
I Scientific Jlm ritan.A
l to the state authorities and receiving; Jon.v HENUV, 1 In Jacksonville-Mr. J. H. KatTerty. Agent.C .
( '
, ) confirmation of the facts printed, sent experts 'OUI11 Treasurer. r. Hogau and lay streets. handsomely illustrated weeklv. Largest cir.
-- -_. ---- dilation IOf any cnentitir jnunml. Terms, $S a
'. to the deposit to make thoroughtests In M. IIu"tiul'ticucral Oilier, Bank year: four months, |L Sold by all newsdealers.

'. and submit reports as to whether the Tax Assessor's Notice. Building. MUNN & CO 361Broadttay, New York f

, \ beds were a< rich as they were claimed to I will ht' at the following places at the I Ticket OlHce. Hotel Ponce de Leon.Ticket Branch Office, t85 F St., Washmgton. '.:.
\\ < >Bier Florida Last Coast Railway _.
be. These experts are still coming) and dates named for the) }purpose of assessing I station.In ., .....,,,
every man of them has expressed surprise I taxes for the year HMO\ : I r r-> ..".I'.....( '" 1
I I II K ,'kleilge; -(5eo. (J. tleitson, Sup'riattrtid- I ;: HAIR BALSAM
even amazement, to find such ex- :i! Malabar, Monday, 1_ I kilt, -.trn iai' oat wharf. iiC1e11DM.. and bvtiitaiei the bill.
teiiMVe and rich deposits of high grade I I keiotlice, I Ji I'fui'iutrl a luxur.ant gru -th.
Tillnian Florida East t'II:1 lail
1 : Tuesday, 'J:; t I j ... ,, Never Fails to Bostor Gray
I? cement ruck in a condition to be handled j Melbourne, Wednesdav, 14 I \\i way >Nation. i ihi I 1 h: ,iC.ii t; (:Hdir,.., j to n i"i':,Pro.Youthful'.. & blur$6.o6 .

at small co-t. An expert of the r. S. go- : 1::tu lathe>, Thursday, i;> I 4 1 I'alni IJcachT.. Ret'se. \ {'nt. ht MM k i' '. -\ :-:;,. ..--- .; -'..-_ ,j ; ,.-a'. l-ufj..U
illogical; survey has estimated that in this Tropic, Friday, 1Ii(\ north: Koyal Poir.ciauu.Ti i : :: -

remarkable deposit there! are at least two l Ilanyan, Monday, Ill: I <-kt Office. Hotel Koyal Poimi.ina BOOK FOR ONLY $2.90
Look to :
Your 111901-
a billions of barrels of the best quality of ce- Lotus, Tuesday, i'oieorjriana And all ticket ottic,' of the Florida I Ia: -t I \

\\ ) meat rock to be found any wheie, and it (City Point,, Thursday Wednesday, ''. ._':!! I I tinted Do you see sparkling (eyes a healthy Coast Kaihvay. !| Magner's Standard Horse and Stock Book. I II

is selling at at 1 barrel. The sUn,a sweet expression and a grace- ('u.\Iu--l'J--ut.'E. C. K. flat IL \ 1:1', I II
\ present -
I ) } per )!tj'litt. FridaIlaul''rr \', :!:; 1 ful form? These attractions are the resultof ('. F. lIol'KIXS.JR.. I I A complete picton-.'
present owners of the deposit: have felt Tuesday 27 good health. If tier ara absent, there al eucyclupadia o \
Is nearly always SOP f disorder of the dis- Travehnjj! I'ts.'nl.wrg'n t-. ,. practical reference
for several years that they had a good Minis \\'t'IJIt' dn-S I tinctly feminine fP'.LflS |n--ent. Htalthy . i xy ,:a., furhorseuters.Thit
thing; and now that they know it, they' LiUrange, Thursday: i(.) menstrual organs mean health und beauty -- Notice.Ml -. btx'l vniimble coiitaiiiR man]
I everywhere. recipe1hitherto
are holding off to make good terms before Titusville, FriJay, :30Coroa : unkiiow 01tHiuiiiK .

selling. The deposit in question covers .. Saturilay: ( :31 i n/J ELREE'S iiiicrinrd take notice that >i\ 111".1:i iait !,- coutrolliiii '
Canaveral 1, Tuesday, April 3J i .'i ,!:it<< I will as administrator of tit and educating hoer
about (k"-) The of
acres. discovery
tale < t'Ki"\\cll\ A. Kandall. late of hart.>:
thin rich cement bed has accentuated the planks will be left at al; the pottotfia-s j WSsse of Ga r tai i.-iiuts. Florida, d't'a..d l'n'St'uI iut"! "i ;: ,11.1'u> tsofts and S1t'catt; aiu le f

tho need oft scientific and complete geo- in the county for the purfiosf: of makmjr''! a""Ullt uadministrator! to the Hog 'I i {ioilili> ,(!< glo, bit'cats
of Florida. Persons who, returns. J. F. Wooi'rA, I able I D. I.. Uaiilden. county judm IOf II,rt uidl'diHK th
-, logical survey \'H'-'or. makes women beautiful and healthy.It county, and pray fur my final ilisch-ti::, t : iu ear nf fruit tree1et( .
)1"iJ have investigated the matter avert that strikes at the root of all their .., <.li ,1'huini-tnitioii.! J 1,200 pages, ove:

'ft'*' Florida is rich in mineral deposits, hut i trouble. There is r;> menstrual dis- JofKl'H I' I5iu\'. \ 1,760 jna nificen

the legislator has never provided for a geological HOWS TillS j jWe order, ache or pain which it will not I Slit'riif and f\-orticioa
survey, hence practically all of otter One I In ml red Dollars Reward for i cure. It is for the building girl, the -. !1..I.I"IIt.r .\. D., I"II c_" and most valuabi
any case of catarrh that cannot be Cured by J busy wife and the matron approaching fariners'lKJoSlath
whatever mineral riches there may be Hall's Catarrh ('U'l'. the world. it a.!M> gut
change of life. At ever'trying Not'utto Drldoratitl Crt>tlitoill '-
lanis 17 special colored
1\ under Florida soil is as yet undevelojted. F. J. CHENEY it CO. P""PTIlll.du., O. crisis in a woman's life it brings plates. If >'o
We, the undersigned, han known F. .1, \ {I ., having claimagainst tin x this book,
.\. --- health, strength and happiness. It |-er->+ ns i. desire tee
Minute Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him I of JaimD.. Andrewlate of Urexard! H'll. vFlorula. t tie our special offe
indebted One Cough ( costs
"I to of medicine
Jr.oo dealers.
i am
)perfectly honorable in all luisim-- transactions | deceased, anhereby iiotitud tu price, $2.90, and w
Cure for my health and life. It l'urelllUl'" and financially able to carry out any oblig For advice in cases requiring special them to tinundeisisjned, propfil! Jutsent ,iiithfiitnated 'i w ill forts and the boo
of lung trouble following grippe. Thousands tious made by their firm. I I directions, address, giving symptoms, within the time prescrilied l It.\ tJ> you. If it la lie

owe their lives to the prompt actionof West & Truax, Wholesale DnurgNK Toledo.O ,I "The Ladies' Advisory Department,'* law or thU notice will pleaded in i kir .1! I and satisfactory we will,exi return hang i

this never failing remedy. It cures Walding. Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists j i The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat- recovery and all JHTMIU owing said ,"rate i I it or refund you

coughs, colds, erroun, bronchitis, pneumonia Toledo O.Hall's tanooga, Tenn. are hereby) required to make immediate payment money. Send for out special i illustrated catalogs
,ale throat and lung troubes. Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting !I MRS. BOZENA to me. juoUng the lowest prices on books, FREE. Wan
grippeash'4 "' LEWIS of Oenaville, ,
-> 'ectly upon the blood and mucous sur- Texas JOHN :: save you money. Address all orders to
says:-"I was troubled at monthly McLEiN.
/ Its earl'! ma prevents consumption.! fag voltaHhe system. Price 75c per bottle. intervals\ with terrible pains in my head and Administrator of the estate of James D. THE WERNER COMPANY.fvtliiberi .
[It is remedy that gives : 1 i back, but have been relieved '
theR Jero1mlei'S Si jf 1v 'ruggists, Testimonials free. of Cardui. entirely by Wine Andrews, deceased. ant KtBofactareri. Akron Ohio

Wined'e was 1-' ts. B. 11. Wilson: & won.t Sri.'.n.jXVriilv Pills are the be,!. I ..9a Jensen, Fla Feb. 9th, 1900. !I [The Weiner Company a tli'jroufc'My reia.le.-JdltGf.:

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, = chances seem to more !
grow '
Entered at the postoffice at Titusville as The theory of Prof. Hart that
,second-class mail matter. favorable every day for the grant- food adulteration is for
'} ing of a new trial in the Molineuxcase. responsible otALAtilNo
."' B.Wager, Editor! and Publisher the present degeneracy of the race
The admission of certain z
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. would be more interesting were .
evidence that it is claimed was not

tV: SUBSCRIPTION. PER ANNUM; applicable to the case will be one the race degenerating; but it isn't. A_ WTE. j

Ii 75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS. of the main relied for -Boston Transcript.
points on -- __ _ and wholesome 1
u LJ LJ ini i i ui r Makes the food more delicious
Rated ;
AdTertising Famished on the granting of the new trial, and
An interview "
4 former Presi-
Application. it is regarded if another lOYAl WING POWDER co..NEW YORK.
dent Ben Harrison on the projectto I.
Communications on live topics especially trial is granted it will be almost

V of local interest the' ,are solicited. But the editor impossible to convict. build a European canal with owned by the sugar trusty and the ceal the fact, more or Jess. They ,1;
reserves right to condense them to suit. American capital would make
Brief items of neighborhood news always More than twenty years ago almost -' other prohibiting the transportation are very anxious to conceal it to-

1 desired. a similar case was tried in mighty interesting reading just of wood pulp and printing day, but our exports have grownso

;. It must be clearly understood that neither I Madison county, New York, in now-Philadelphia Bulletin. paper owned by the paper trust large that it is no longer possible V 1
THE STAR nor its editor is responsible for :which a woman was arrested for until the interstate commerce com- and the facts that are leaking
opinions expressed by With Great
correspondents. Britain Sec-
the murder of her mother. She working mission are satisfied that the prices out are such as to make the American -
retary Hay and the Standard Oil
"' Subscribers will confer a favor on THE was defended by Gerrit A. Forbes, :' charged for such articles will not people very angry and more
V ; STAB if they will notify us of failure to trust working Secretary Gage,what '
V any now a justice of the supreme court yield the manufacturers thereof a determined than ever to crush the
receive their have the of
paper. people the United Statesto i
of that state. During the trial net profit of more than 4 per cent. monopolies which have taken ad- ,
do with Mr. cabi-
evidence was admitted that the McKinley's -Tonawanda Argus. vantage of their necessities, and of
THE Pensacola News is handling net?-St. Louis !
V woman's father had died suddenly, the protection and assistance the
the school book question \ithout
s and it was suspected that he had The British forces in South Africa government has given them.-New
gloves. It is high time the publishers Bryan should note the fact that
: -V V been poisoned. The body of the have at length gained a victory. Orleans Times-Democrat. ,
of text books be given to Lord Roberts
won against Cronjeby
father exhumed and arsenicwas the overwhelming
was Although won by -
! t understand that parents and guardians sending into the sixteenmen
; found in it. Then it was alleged fight force of 45,000 British against "Does your wife talk until she gets the
; have some rights they must to the Boers' one. It shouldbe 'last word?" "Yes, and she talks after
that aunt of the accused Boers it caused
an 4,000 great rejoic-
be made to respe t. Our Pensacola easy for the silverite orator to that, tooTidBits.F. .
woman had died mysteriously, and ing in London, but its substantial
contemporary is inclined to favor argue from that the combination is
school evidence was admitted to show value is yet to be demonstrated. A B. Thirkield, health inspector of Chic-
the in
county conformity invincible.-Troy Record.
that she, too, was the yictim of _.. distinguished army officer at Washington ago, says: "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cannotbe
books in lieu of the ,
present system, w ----- recommended too highly. It curedme
arsenic. The defendant's counsel thinks the of the
which it believes to have been in- Porto Rico and Hawaii raise general of severe dyspepsia." It digests what

spired by the agents of these predatory protested against the admission of practically the same kind of Boers put up his stubborn, hopeless you eat and cures indigestion, heartburnand
any testimony relative to the father pro- fight to secure time for the main all forms of dyspepsia. B. R. Wilson
I publishers. ducts and in the
two & Son.
many ways
and aunt. He declared it had army of the Boers to reach and
dependencies are similar. Whereis
- -
} nothing to do with the case. He the that fortify a second line of defense, Mrs. Keyboard: Why do you always
logic can admit free the
I; To show that Judge Beggs has was overruled, however, and the which will require the British to pit at the hotel piano? You can't playa

the united support of the press in woman was convicted. The case products of the one and put up a make a supreme effort to carry at note. Old Stokes: Neither can anyone

this part of the state, it is but nec- was:: appealed, and the higher court tariff against the other ? Is it be- an enormous loss of life.Newtown e'se' whale I'm here.-Harlem Life.'

, to state that the Ta- cause syndicates have control in
essary even sustained the contention that evi- Register.
Hawaii, and Porto Rico is ? CHANGE OF PKECINCT BOUNDARIES.
I, > vares Herald is in favor of him for dence relative to the death of the helpless -
r Indianapolis News. At the regular meeting of the board of
:' our next governor, and it is generally father and aunt was improperly : It makes little difference what county commissioners for Brevard coun-

i acknowledged that the dele- admitted. There was, therefore, a Milwaukee is the anyone may wish; Porto Rico, hav- ty, convened Tuesday, Feb. 6th, 1900,

\ gation from Lake will be solid for new trial granted. experiencing ing been annexed on any terms, isa the following described boundaries of
beauties of the trust. Several Milwaukee -
"J' Beggs. Talk about the solid sup- Molineux was convicted of pois- community worthy of treatment Eden and Ankona precincts were adopted -
mills involved in the
" port of counties, we will gamble oning a woman named Adams. are equally liberal to that accorded :
flour trust failure, and the bicycle On petition the boundaries of Eden
will have the solid
that Beggs sup- The state introduced evidence thata other territories in the past. It is
trust has reduced the force of men precinct, No. 10, is hereby changed to readas
; of counties than
port more any man named Barnet had died a civilized and organized commun-
.j.. "" in the Smith it; Sons follows: To begin at northwest cornerof
other nominee before the conven- from poison like that given to the company ity, long accustomed to section 30, township 36 south, range
plant here which it took in from
:.; tion. Adams woman. It contended that tion in the counsels of representa-I 41 east, running east to Atlantic ocean,
x 900 to 200 and, it is said
may thence the shore
k Molineux had poisoned Barnet as to some local southeasterly along to
L THE charges brought against the close the plant entirely before long south boundary of Brevard county,
well as Mrs. Adams. The theorywas Whether we wanted it to acquire
state board of health by a man in until next June.-Milwaukee News. thence west: to southwest corner of township -
:s that Mrs. Adams was poisoned statehood or not, whether its peo- 37 south
41 east thence
range ,
Palm Beach be
i to to givingsome !
: mistake that the she ple were capable or fit for assimila-
of by poison It is charged that titles are paid north to beginning; and that the voting
our contemporaries a good
took was intended for a man tion with us, were questions to set- place be moved from Eden to Jensen; and
for in cash in Great Britain and
deal of ,
unnecessary apprehension. named Cornish. The death of tle before annexation. After that, that the same be published according to
c V The Lake City Index for instance that honors are bought openly in .
Barnet was introduced to show a there is but one kind of territory law.The
is of the opinion that the matter France and in other countries, but boundaries of Ankona precinct,
of known to institutions and but
the our
should be investigated "and that sending a poison in considering such charges it is No. 18, i is hereby, upon petition, changedto
package to Cornish. The theoryof one purpose of any territory, and read follows To
Dr. Porter should give the public always in order for Americans: to as : begin at northwest
the state was that Molineux got that is to fit it at some time for corner of section 35; township 33 south,
; his side of the remember the price marks pinnedon
'.; ; question at once. rid of his enemies by means of a statehood. There is but one kind of range 40 east, and run east to Indian
t TilE STAR has had some seats in the senate and
always ample river, thence
in this and southeasterly along the
poison which he knew how to liberty great country no
,,. .,", faith in the efliciency and useful- the "barrels" bv which certain of river to the point where the south boun-
for under
.. manufacture. lIe poisoned Bar- room vassalage our flag.
:, ness of our state board of health, their own people have been enabledto dary of section 20, township 36 south,
net, it is claimed, because of his Who shall be accorded citizenship range 41 fast, strikes Indian river, thence
! and we fail 'to see anything in the lead in Washington society. All
t :: attentions to the woman Molineux '. and who the suffrage is unimportant west to range line between ranges 40 and
: last attack that justifies the asse'rtion the glass houses: are not across the
subsequently married, and he and discretionary: ; but equal 11, thence north to southeast corner of
that the members of the I sea.-Dallas News.
: section 12, thence west to southwestcorner
) hated Cornish because of trouble liberty and rights under the con-
board are "dictatorial, extravagant, of section 12, thence north to
I between them growing out of the stitution belong to all under our
I and derelict." England is disturbed by the report northwest corner of section 1, thence
affairs of the club with which both jurisdiction.-Milwaukee Journal.
that a considerable portion of west to northwest corner of section 2, !
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were connected. It i is assumed General force be- "- --- -- -- thence north to point of beginning; ; and

THE Tampa Herald thinks that that Judge Forbes, having taken Cronje's escaped The worst feature of the trustsin that the same be published according to
fore the surrender with it
the plea that the academic schools the position in the care first abovementioned taking their plundering is the fact that, law.
the best of the Boer If thatis
I benefit only the children of the that it guns. almost: without exception, they
was improperto Weekly Weather Report. [
the fact Lord Roberts will meet
{: well-to-do is flimsy.rfhnse well- introduce evidence to show that charge their American patronsmore I TT.S.DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WEATHER
with his
\ to-do people can and do send their the woman had poisoned her father strong opposition on than they do the people of I BUREAU.

.t children out of the state. What i is and her aunt, as well as her ; march to Bloemfontien, instead of other countries. Their prices are Comparative statement of temperaturesand
\ having the clear path it was supposed rainfall for the week ending Tuesday,
l I wanted 5" a chance for the Florida mother, will take the positionwhen higher at home because of their Mch. 6, 1900.
" { boy and girl to stay at home and Molineux: case reaches the supreme his victory over Cronje monopoly of the market; while 1900 1899

' I still a good education. It does give him. There is plenty of fight- abroad where they are met byj DATE. ux. MIS. MAx MIN.
\ get court, that evidence of the be done before the Boers admit Ffb. 29. 71 63 OW 64

j seem singular that people believein death of Barnet by poison was: in- ing to competition, they reduce their I Meh.4' 266 1. 69 58 82 61
final English victory.TroyRecord. 46 79 5l
i breeding and improving charges. If there were doubtas
up ad misable.PunsnYTKitiANs. any 3. 61 H ;9 68
i stock, but appear to think that to their injustice, or as to the "" 4. 6J 60 80 70

r children can get along in the same : coming togetheris The election of senators by pop- ; fact that their existence is due to''! 5.6. 7-I 13 E1.61.j 81 73 b'3 6.i

old scrub way of ignorance. Everybody in the direction the conditions prevailing in this i Total rainfall for the
I a step right and ; ular vote in each state is growing week.2.13 inches.
at the razorback and this alone Departure from the normal rainfall for the
sneers hog. country, country ,
they are only contemplatinguch in public support. If the impres- week plus 1.56 inches.
) and believes should he the trusts themselves furnish it
improved. in Florida after by : Departure from normal rainfall
a thing a separation : sion is once created that bribery ina since Jan

There is infinitely more degradation for thirty years, but have !state legislature during a senatorial the lower prices at which they sell i( 1st, 1900: plus 1.31 inches.HAL P. HARDIX.

) and danger in the their product in England than in i
\ I ra/or- consummated it at Winchester, election cannot or will not be j Observer Weather Bureau.
i back child. the United :States. This fact has' Jupiter, Fla., Mch. 6,1900.'
\t1 ; r a., after a separation of sixty dealt with by the senate, the demand -

i ) yearSunday,' Winchester, for direct election by the come to light very conspicuously i I --

r f' THE Pensacola News appears the Kent street and the Loudoun people wil1beco1l1e too strong to be of late years, as our exports of i' CASTOR lA

: r. lately to be after "anything for a street churches held congregationalmeetings ; resisted.i This' looks unlikely today. manufactured goods have increased. :

\ )t change." It has recently suggested and by overwhelming Reforms more unlikely have sweptall ; l. While it is probable that ) For Infants and Children.

.1\'", that the constitutional limitation majorities decided toie-unite. Both before them in the pa-t: thirty American manufacturers have for: Ths Kind You Have Always Bought

1. giving incumbents of the office churches are to be dissolved, and. years: when the public once saw some time charged more for goods I'

of a single term the Presbyterian church of Winchester sold at home than for those exported Bears theSignature /
f. governor only their necessity: .-Philadelphia Press.Is :; .
be extended to all other state omJr' to include both bodies, es --- they have been able to con ] of

i cers, and we believe, it has also intimated tablished. The church propertiesof it not mor.strou* that the government -

'j the extension might profitably both will revert to the new :. of the United States should

' go on down the line of the church, and that of the Loudoun deliberately device a vast additionto

county officers. This strikes u- street church be used for \\orship.i the profits( of :such a concern a-;

exactly as it doe the Slarke Tele- The union of congregations of the the Carnegie companyby' un posing

graph, us a far fetched way of ar- same denomination is a good thing a tribute on any citizen who prefers $ 6

. riving at a conclusion: that the for chinches* and people who profess to make his purchase from a

':4-V public can always J't'achvitllOut ::: to have one faith and one Godto foreign competitor! of that company V
being hedged about or trammeled serve. ? Is there any sense in "protecting" Foley & Co --
Oi ST.I11: : N'-I had a severe cold which settled on _
. > by ironclad constitutional law. the Carnegie Stl 1 company E m. Inns-, I tried a number of advertised remedies

The nomination and election of IT is quite evident the state in the possession:: :: of its :W- t.n ar.1 1moral plnsicians but received no benefit. I was _
V' in d k!pair when's and Tar
officers, under the present system, politics is now absorbing: more of 000,000 of annual profits by levying } Honey was recom-
': : tin ncied but a few lo3ts gave great relief. 1 could
is entirely in the hands of the peo- the attention! of our politicians and a fine upon anybody who does sleep and the hacking cough ceased. Two bottles

ple. They can make such changes office seekers: than the disturbed I not wish to patronize it?-Baltimore cured me entirely. It saved my life. --

as seem expedient in any election condition of affairs in either Cuba, News. S. F. FRITZ -
677 Sedgvuck St.,Chicago,III"f
year they desire, and a constitu- I Porto Rico, the Philippines, or even -

tional limitation might be exceedingly I the war in South Africa A little Representative Richardson: has I s

,I embarrassing at times when I later on, just before the conventions pointed out a way to* curb the I|I ,

there was a general desire to retain I and primaries arc held, outside trusts under recent decision of the J

a particularly meritorious officer. events, no matter how prominent United States supreme' court. He i

k lTj not rur" "too much consti- J. they are, will be almost whol- has offered two resolutions. prohibiting -
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c',_. FLORIDA STAB : .FRIDAY, MARCH 9. l000. :M %
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Editor of The Florida Star Jas. Pritchard & Son : <. ;J'

;, Official Account of Their' Proceedings In When, we announced 'through THE IS TUIS ,

Sesilon This Week. STAR last week special trains and half- ', ,1
The,board of county commissioners met fare rates for,Pioneers' day we supposedwe for Headquarters. . '-- -t i

Tuesday, hick 6th, pursuant to adjournment had an understanding to. that effect _

J Present, W. H, Sharpe, J. Men.iel with the railroad company; but it appears YOUR :

and J. N. Waller, A. A. Stewart, clerk, that the understanding was not as q I-IARDWARF :
and J. P. Brown sheriff. perfect as it might have been.: We have I

The chairman being absent, the board lust learned that the trains will not' be ,

appointed W. H. Sharpe chairman pro available, and without them the half- STORY ( ;,'
fare rates would be no friends ', '
tern. use, as our, .Tinware ..' -
.. Crockery... ..
The following business was transacted, from north of Melbourne cannot get ,,,;:,
: to-wit: down and back the same day on the ., "

The minutes of the previous meetingwere regular trains, and those from the south STOVES
would "Every morning I have a ,
read and only have three or four hours in
approved. bad taste in mouth
: The letter of W. H. Robinson claiming the would!afternoon lose at the time when they tongue is coated my ; my ;head my Boat Goods, Paints and Oils, .'
an error in last year's assessment ont most of the day's program. aches and I often feel dizzy.

his lands, was, on motion referred to J. This practically leaves out our re I have no appetite for breakfastand and
N. Waller and the assessor to ascertainif union. We have been looking forwardto what food I eat distressesme.
such error exists. this occasion for months, and the disappointment I have a heavy feeling in
'is keen my stomach. I am getting so WOODENWARE.I
naturally to us as
Report received from the clerk of the weak that sometimes 1 tremble :
well as to those who had
r for planned to at-
court hunting licenses issued .
during and my nerves are all unsttung.I
tend. Had we known in time we might Write for prices. I
February to R. Hyde and the money am getting pale and thin. I ;
turned over to the county treasurer. perhaps have made arrangements. for am as tired in the morning as TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.:

The superintendent of roads made his some other means of transportation.We at night." ,;j
have invited Mr. Clark to address the What does your doctor say? 212. *;
monthly report, which was examinedand
pioneers, and we cannot get them here to "You are suffering from im :1
approved. hear him. pure blood."
s ;. On request of the state board of health With this exception the chautauqua What is his remedy? Eond Lumber C .
the board appointed C. P. Platt at Fort ,
Pierce,to act according to rule 28, state program is fully meeting our expecta- .,:
tion. Quite an opportunity for a high On hand and Constantly Arriving,
board of health.
class 'of instruction and entertainmenthas
'l: The county treasurer made his monthly been offered the people of the Indian O L Ul\.I.IBEH. ._
statement on the different funds of
river region. The cha'ltauquwill run Dressed and Undressed. .
: the which examined and
county, was
until the 14th .
Wednesday evening, inst.
appr vetl. J. Mendel and J. N. Wal- R P. BRANTII, President. Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work, Balusters, Newel Posts, "
ler were appointed a committee to destroythe Bean and Tomato Crates
Melbourne, Fla., March 8th, 1900.G. Orange, Cabbage _
warrants turned over by the treasureras Brick, Lime, Cement, Etc.

per schedule. The committee report- II. Appleto .,justice of peace, Clarksburg Estimates made on all building material. Our large boat, "Sunny South," will deliver: .
ing having done so were discharged. The N. J. "DeWitt's anywhere on the river. Call send in
says: Little Early on us or your bill. We will serve you right. !
treasurer also had a certificate attached Risers are the best pills made for consti-I

t to his report showing that his balanceswere pation. We use no others." Quickly cure & Bond: Lumber 00. :

on deposit in the Indian River all liver and bowel troubles. B. R. Wilson 1'
State bank. & Son.Necessity. S. G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager, i'Titusville.

The clerk of the court presented his ,
t : Florida r
,r bill for witness fees paid out by him at of Protection.The ,

February term of county court, amount- sooner our people come to the con. ;

ing to $21.20, which was examined and clusion that oranges cannot be grown in You must not have-constipated

approved. this section except by proper protection, bowels if you expect the A PLKASl'RK TO 1'\Y.
M. Bridges was placed on the pauper the better off they will) be. There is big Sarsaparilla to do its best work.

list at $;)per month. money to be made, too, from a few pro- But Ayer's Pills]) cure constipation. for such goods, as we offer. :Few fail .
The of suitable wires for to see the value in our e .- t
;. furnishing tected orange trees, and those who adopt

the Sebastian and Turkey creek ferries this method at once will reap a rich golden We have a book on Palenessand $5 AND $10 TRIMMED HATS

z,. was referred to J. Houston, commissioner harvest as soon as the trees begin to Weakness which you may i
;' 4th district. bear. With choice oranges selling at1 have for the asking. and all see the style and artistic taste "

The following bills were audited and to $12 per box, a dozen good orange: trees Write to our Doctors. and each model. These hats are in u } __ J
pleasing contrast to those found else r 1.
ordered paid: would be almost a living to the average Perhaps you would like to consult where at these prices. The quality s '' rand

w.H. Sharpe, Co. Com. mileage____$ 3.00J. fdinilv.-DeLand Nes.Cleveland tion.eminent Write physicians us freely about all the your particulars condi beauty of the material and the ', ;,, ,
Houston, ______ 7.20 in your case. You mil recen e a prompt way it is developed are material factors ', ; .i c "
______ reply in producing such beautiful re y ; .
J. N. Waller, 19.40 at Palm BracIl.President Address, DR. J. C. AYER
Titusville Electric Light Co__________ 9.00 Lowell MassSTOCIiMEN'S sults.cents to Trices$10 toeach,suit at any pocket, 2.5 ;
, Melbourne State bank,interest on war ]- \- Cleveland and lIon. E. JK V 'VVr'S ;' i

rants.------------------ ______ 10.71 C. Benedict as the guests of Mr. Dan J. R. WALKER'S. _V g

Brevard Co.State bank into on warrants 26.40J. Lamont, former secretary of war, but -- -- *" : .
P. Mendel, copying minutes_______ 5.00 now president of the Northern Pacific, Mwith g'" .i!
D. Cain ferryman, 2 months. _____ 12.00 arrived at Palm Beach yesterday morning CONVENTION. :I( t;
R. A. Cuukling, 2' 12.00J.
P. Brown, waiting on board________ 4.00 in Mr. Lamont's private car, Yellow- Held at Kissimmee This Week Commune -,
$ N N feeding dog____________ 2.00 stone. The party will stop at the Royal Your FIRE INSURANCE C_ S. SChllyieI(

jailor___________________ 30.00 Poinciana and will join Joseph Jeffersonand in5 Wednesday.The 4

janitor_____________- 5.00 his party, spending( a week hunting stockmen's convention was heM Agent forthe _
Hartford Etna Liverpool and London and Globe :
waiting on circuit court4.45 and fishing on Indian river, LikeVortl at Ki&immee this week, commencing ,

E. B. Wager advertising------------- 8.5( and in the Cypress everglades. Mr:: Wednesday. The stockmen, it is said, Home, Continental, Providence & Washington, Fire- It

M.Goldsmith prosecuting attorney--- 33.33D. Cleveland has looked forward to this trip are going to play a prominent part in restoring man's Fund, and Sun Mutual.For .
L. Gaulden, salary county judge --- 25.00 with a great deal of pleasure and antici- Florida to what it was before the
S.J. Norton on acct of road work____ 100 00 pates a glorious time. one-sided investment in orange groves further information, rates, etc., address or call on C. S. SCHUYLEE, TITCSVILLE, FLA.

A.A. Stewart, accountant------------ 15.00
and hotels the
e T. T. Wetmore, ice __________________ 1.20 -- --- -- n __ destroyed symmetry of
T. J. Cockshutt, registration officer____ 10.41 the industry. Professor :Stockbridge

A. A. Ford, fish warden_________--___ 40.00 made an address along practical lines. ICE I GR ICE
Pritchard & Son, mds'. for jaiL______ 7.26 ; He pave statistics of the feeding test uiC.

e J. P. Brown, county court expense _n_ 29.0 Hep.eNature made this winter at the State Experiment --..
M. Downey, mdse for paupers______n 3.50( station. Twelve Florida range cattle,
AS .
f S.J. Norton, wood------- 5.00 scrub stuff fed BEST. ,
forty days
------------ pure were on
Pauper acct______________ ,-_____-___ 128 W I various feedstnffc, and everything was Manufactured the 'DIAx KIVER ICE 3IAXITACTORY, T. pr .Rn f

S. J. Norton, on acct. of road work50.00 carefully weighed during that period. Special attention paid to packing for family use, and shiprtd to any station on the East coast
__ _
______ 10.45H. ;
J. O. Flies, Snpt of roads -- railroad
I They gained a fraction over three pound or by steamboat on Indian nver.
A. Carli I I'. on acct. COD. 2, dis. 1 2,100
'. .. per day per head. On the other hand, a
3 1 20.00R.
C. D. Flood,
.. .. 10" 3 23.00 summary of thirteen feeding tests in
.J. LtROCI1e,
W. J. Nebbitt, rope fur lighter, 4 165 :Missouri! Kansas and Iowa, with the Carroll & Goldsmith,

S. F. Gihbs. acct contract between)Iel. improved breed of these great states, -- -
bourne and Eau Gallie-------------- 100.00 I Babies and children need ] showed a gain of a little less than two f fP
W. L Franttoad work district 5__ 5.00 pounds These remarkable! STAPLE AND GROCERIES {
; -- day. are
I food per
.. ,. .. 5---- 10300( j proper ,, rarely ever medij 1 j results, showing the possibility of posts FANCY .

J. P. Brown, fe'ilinz prisoners------ oO.Oi cine. If they do not thrive in this climate in feeding even scrub! rat- Grain Fresh Fruits and I
roilviet fees20.00 i Ii | Hay, Vegetables
tle. This gain here cot over .} rent pe Florida.
J. P. Brown, criluiuilll'ro"I''ution---- on their food something is s in those Tin. Glass and Crockery Ware.TltllSVllle,
pound, : states over U cents per I
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23.2" -
J oj':, J.A.P.A.Brown Stewart, .. -------- 3.25 I wrong. They need a little {! |pound to produce, but these improved r '

;j. On motion, the petition of W. C. Braddock to get their digestive breeds at the north yielded a greater pro "f ;
i if j
I H a'' I for a chance of road at :Sebastian $ portion of the gain in solid meat, in roa,t THE DECANTER :
machinery working properly. and jwrterhouse. On velvet bean laud! -- '
i" walaid OUT till next mating, |!
on account of the absence: of the road I cassava, beef l'anw made at the net cost! Lasley db Itt1cDw
: of 2 cents j per pound. I .
_,' superintendent. I I For fir>t.clas beef a large market could
,_. On moii.m the !-uanl adjourned to meet i I be found in Florida hotel One man ill Foreign and domestic brand of Wine, nrandit.num: ?, Gins and E:
the first Tuesday of Vpril, 1 JOO.IMOIMKTY .
cOji3sj! Wbiskies Bottled Beers Ales and Stout.
.:: Jacksonville sells in that city between ,
3,1100( and :3,500; head of cattle ,
i:. HUtLt:. and he cannot purchase all he per wants year in A EIRST-CLASS LINE OF CIGARS. BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES. '.
J'A Valuable Place at Tropic On Merritt HYPOPHOSPHITES OF LINE. SODAS I I'' Florida, in the counties of O>cena! Bre- Family and hotel trade is elicited. Pioiiij.t and .,rtful: attention, ;given to mail orders.
I Island, Florida. vard, Polk, :Sumter, Pasco: Lake, Orange, Cash must accompany: roiuord'-r LO..Lf.InTLO. : \\ TITUSVILI.E. FLA.
I VoliiM.i and Hill-boro, with personal "
This place, Tropic, is the very cream will generally correct this I I holdings of 140,000 bead of cattle. ,
of the state for climate and Foil; the former J
Various :
I improvement measures were
- as the name indicates, being m/////! I i i'
.: difficulty. I agreed upon, which the legislature will .
and the latter equal to the soil c.I
[:' of tropical Cuba., The freezes of the past have I I !If you will put from one j jJ : be asked to enact into statutes giving the :
(- stock business an advanced -landing; Send Job Printing to The Star Office. :4
L, failed to injure any of the groves here J fourth to half a teaspoonful | i among the great organized: industries: uf your
:t. and the mot sensitive: vegetables are tieer
the -
grown and shipped to northern nurktt.- in baby's bottle three or four -j I i '

, each winter. I offer my home place of I I times a day you will soon see 4j j i, Cawava: at lt'Land. We give you Up-to Date Printing at lowest PIiCtS.\
I. 9i acres in Tropic for sale. Ideation, the

(:,_ very best, broad front on both Indian t j a marked improvement. For 1 1i | 1'I Volu-ia County Record: The partiesI .f
' Banana rivers, comfortable dwelling who planted cassava in this section la-t
: and children from half to \
(plastered), outhouses, artesian well orange i larger year are al! ;-jfnnz: : to plant laiinr'acreages : J

:- lemon and grapefruit trees and bananas a teaspoonful, according | : the present: ear. It i- a cash '" ,
1 and whatever i* produced the i-u-h R. L. I-;;
': bearing. An opportunity to get one crop ,
| their milk!
: dissolved in ij 1! i is hall for anil it -
of the handsomest places in the whole age, : I it, igrown so ea.-ily. It

state at less than value. Address: i j if you so desire, will very 1 J 1: I'* a poor piece of ground 1 t that I you can't "
(i. F. EVMY. :i make a clear profit of from %'d toper ::-0:
Tropic, Fla. i soon show its great nouiish-f j 1 : acre from ca-:siya. The :Seminole FN ,

Mimifactunncomjiany: will in ;"M)
| If the mothersmilk put
The reformed prize fighter who was power. |! acres to be worked up, with the other AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS. 1' ,
conducting a Sunday school concert roe does not nourish the ,crops giown here, at its factory at :Met-
,. 'on\)\
:pecial atttntion given to mail order ( FLORIDA. i
r l'. to announce a duet. "The next event, i| baby, she needs the emuli j ; son next winter. '
little b'ln't'nIiss --- ----- -
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; Clarissa Bond and Miss Virginia' Purdy, sion. It will show an effect j jat j For Over Fifty Years GEO. N. HATCH, : : : :

entitled 'Consider the Lilies. Time.- 1 MBS. WIX LOW's SOOTHING hYUCP has been
mother ? --------
:: once both upon ueu for over rtft> years by millions moth"r-
Detroit Free Press. ; for their children while teething with perfectsuccess. Dealer in "
I I 1and'child. I Itsoothe. the i hlld. so'ten1- thentaallays *, __ General Merchandise .
f all pain.cures wind colic and Is the bet ,
effective for --- --- -- ------
The modern and most cure i I remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor I
constipation and all liver troubles-the soc. and Ji.oo. all dnicgists.L little: sufferer Immediately Sold by Druggist consisting of everything:: /
O BOWS them:t-. New York. ; in every part o f the world.: Twentv-flve! cents p
famous little pills known as DeWitt'sI.ittle ''a ottle. Be sure and a!\fe for ")1r". Wins.low's usually kept a FLA. + sru f
Early Risers. B. R. Wilson & Son. ( .-H .I1rH'ON- -"- I feoothlne Syrup and take no other kind rstlass t general tore..ui Jjind .c'- QTLOSF '

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