The Florida star.

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The Florida star.
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Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
S.W. Harmon
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Newspapers. -- Titusville (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Cocoa (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Brevard County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
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Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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: FRIDAY! MARCH 16, 1900.

i l THE f lIl1W OF f LIZARDS an whether instant it when Is one a of lizard the good Is offered little him rep- the When law a punishes ChInaman his becomes parL a criminal, Hotel Indian River "

tiles who will stay at home and workor ents and even the ,

'k whether it might be expected to give parents. This is grandf" a. ROCKLEDGE FLA.

him the slip at the first opportunity. extreme logical application -- ,
PROTECT of the I
Catching lizards is Steam Heat ElectricLights
by no means an II :
HIS ORCHARDS. easy task, and the price secured forthem doctrine of hered .F } a Elevator Or- ;.
ity. In coun- chestra, Everything
after capture is well earned. The try, we leave nat First Class . .
s j Tfcey Detour Destructive In.e ta.'I species most found in Georgia Is knownas ural law to deal I II :

How the Little Reptiles Are Watered the scaly lizard. It is a little animal with its own J", ; CUISINE THE FINEST

and Kept From Wandering about six inches long. These little offenses, and
t $3 day and upwards.ITiEt7it .
Away. creatures are so quick and sharp sighted many a mother per
is y Special weekly rates.
it Is punished
difficult to catch them
especially :
[Special Correspondence.] through the '

ATLAXTA, March 1'There Is but twist If they.are about among bushes for they physical weak- > i s. YROSKFY. .
so adroitly that a
very and _
ness -
one state in the Union where peevish
an ordi
smart movement of the hand is re temper of

; nary lizard Is a merchantable com quired to follow tiem. off ., Fishing, Hnntin2', Drives, Bicycling
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puny spnn -
PLENTY OF ORANGES.Correspondence
: modity. It Is In Georgia, and In that CARL G. Li:ci Women mainly err through ignorance. among the attractions. "

; state there Is but one market where They enter the marriage state already j

these reptiles may be disposed of for A. R. De Fluent, editor of the Journal, disordered by irregularity of the periods.The ---- .1 4 4ACO4GiCJCJCCCJ40GSCG .1S
a .
; consideration.Near Doylestown, Ohio, suffered for a numberof delicate and sensitive organs, pecu- ? 5iS 5i' !iiSCS?S" .

years from rheumatism in his right liarly feminine, are in no condition for Invited. ji Stencils Furnished I ,

a little town called Mount Airy, shoulder and side. He says: "My right the shock which is consequent on the i W

Ga., is a fruit grower who buys lizards. great change. Drains that are offensiveand ] ] SSSESe 7CC2S3CJGICS7S705 "GAC045 I
arm at times was entirely useless. I tried II I
The small boys thereabout, in consequence Chamberlain's Pain Balm and debilitating are set up, inflammationand I Is I
was surprised
occupy themselves during certain ulceration with female trouble are r 1
to receive relief almost immediately added in time and when motherhoodcomes
seasons In giving chase ,
to these
little slippery, elusive and The Pain Balm has been a constant the strength of body is inadequate, McOomb & Co. ,

... groveling companion of mine ever since and it and the condition of mind unfit, for the ,
animals in order
earn a few penniesby never fails." For sale by B. R. Wilson responsibility. The natural result is a

their sale. The lizard market does & Son. child that js unhealthy and unhappy.

not fluctuate. Any fair specimen dur- Happy wifehood, healthy motherhood, 309 Washington St., I IIi

beautiful children follow the use of Dr.

PORTO RICO ij WEALIH.[ Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It stops NEVV YORK I

the drains, allays inflammation, heals ulceration \- '

cures female trouble, soothes I make a specialty of
What Slay Be Expected of the Sugar and
the nerves, and puts the delicate female I
Coffee Industrie organs in a condition of perfect health.Mrs. .

I; [Special Correspondence] Annie Blacker of 629 Catharine Street,
Syracuse, X Y, writes: "Your medicines have
POXCE, March 7.-The people of the
done wonders for me. For years my health was I

United States have as yet only a superficial very poor; I had four miscarriages, but since BEANSJFavor
taking Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery '
ff knowledge of the wealth of Porto and'Favorite Prescription' I have much better
health, and nc"r I have fine healthy baby. I
Rico. Many past statements regardingthe have recommended your medicines to several of .

future of the island seemed exaggerated my them friends" and they have been benefited by

"" but recent investigations confirm Women find valuable help in Dr. I!. us with part of

t the most extreme view of the limitless Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser. your shipments. 11"e I .
Sent free of to cost
on receipt stamps pay will
resources of our new possession. not expect you :;J _
of Send
mailing only. 21 one-cent t
... to continue if others iI:
With life and property secure, the island III
for the book in
ARBOIUL LIZARD. stamps paper binding, or beat us. m *
is slowly but surely enjoying an V stamps for cloth binding Address l
, ." ing the season may be sold to this fruit .
Industrial resurrection.In Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N! Y. des mm25 SZ525.52n9 ac neaoasacan nc. c caoacZ452525asmaeaeacmasscaaasams'smas sas755252Sd
at the uniform of 1
grower price cent
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each. the past crops have been raised in

The gentleman who purchases these primitive ways. The world is beginning may be found. Then, too the man ,.

I reptiles is Judge John P. Fort of to recognize that it takes as mug; h ners and customs of the people are so Agency"
strange acid attractive that Arn.crious:
Demorest, Ga., who uses them for the brains and industry to be a successful many

purpose of destroying injurious insects agriculturist as it does to succeed in American tourists will wish to visit

which from time to time gather upon any other department of activity. So the stimulate will bring money and Monumental 1 Marble Works

his fruit trees. The idea is a novel
in Porto Ilico it is that and
seen new Porto Rico is capable of producing <
one and originated in the mind of .'
I Judge Fort. more scientific methods mint be util- many kinds of tropical fruits. Oranges AMERICUS, GA.

, ized. Labor saving: machinery must be and bananas here and do lem .
grow so
Some years ago Judge Fort set out All kinds ')f Monuments all kinds of Granite .
! inipoited. If under former condition ons. There is great need here for vegetables ,
trees for a small fruit farm, four miles and Marble, and Cemetery Fencing. All work
and truck farms should be i
from Mount Airy, upon which he planted the i island was an annual source of
done in in
, profitable.The person a satisfactory manner. Cor:1
peaches, cherries, apples and wealth to Spain, it is difficult to foresee -. very "
i. most flourishing of all industriesIn respondence solicited. Represented by ..)
grapes. For a long time he was all the advantages which Americanrule .

: sorely troubledith insects which destroyed will fo!;ter. Porto Rico at the present time is C. E. HOO S. 3
that of cattle raisin The beef eaten
his trees and their fruit. lie The principal of Porto Rico is
103: Hanover St. '
here is all raised on the island. The Jacksonv111o, F1a.
never obtained complete relief until coffee, and in 1S93, when the largest' ,:1
cattlt\ are not milk producers, and it ;
about two years ago, when he calledIn 5r
follows that there is need -- -- -- --- --- -
of'the a pronounced -
the assistance neighboring '
/ 'e' 3t for dairy products. Chickens are like
lizards. One day a few of these rep-
wise in demand, as well as butter and
tiles found their way into the judge's
r frrro, : .
orchard and he noticed they were having *
The American occupation of the island
a feast upon the injects lodged inc
has worked wonders
for Porto
one of his cherry trees. It was then '

and there that to the fruit grower occurred t ft i1a ? ff I ', t Itico. It is: not necessary to dwell '

the happy idea which has since upon the deplorable! condition of affairs e ing i l s
existing in former
days. Chaos has
proved valuable to him. Since then
given place to order. The steamers For All, Kinds of Sheeting.
he has spent: over $100 for lizards and
connecting the Island with American All Desirable Calibers and eights
at this time has in the neighborhood i of
10,000 of the little guardians patrolling ports bring hocks of men who come to *", ryf A FEW FAVORITES FOR HUNTING. '

[l his orchards. This number makes invest money. On the return voyages i Model 895. o>Army caliber, nvi.rht S 1-t poiii ,

an increasingly large amount of produce t Model i4.a W. r. r. c..l.r, "I> ti.i L'u-:
about one lizard to each tree, the fruit wuelL C 1-: .uids.
is sent from Porto /
farm having latterly grown to greater away ; Model 1894. n W, r. F. caliber, "T.tke D wit."
After living in Porto Ilico for nearlya t weight 7 G-t pounds.
proportions. Judge Fort now has in the .
neighborhood of 1-.1)J4) trees bearing CARHYIXG TOBACCO TO MARKET, year I am glad to testify to the satisfactory i Model 7 1R92. 41 uilaicaliber"TakeDown"weightr ).
production occurred the output was conditions which are present ,,1
tine fruit.

Mode 1SS6. 45-70 camber "Extra
Light, weight
I Judge Fort's first purchase of lizards valued at about ti 1O.lHJ).OoO. Under here. It is certain that tlr? natives have 7 pounds. S i'f'oJ

the Spanish regime much of the coffee seen enough American rule to appreciate -
amounted to about lo tI in number, coding -
him the small amount of $1.;0.They was sent to that country and pan of it. The future of Porto Ilico froma Shoot! Winchester Ammunition. Made for all Kinds of Guns. ),.\

were: brought to him by small the crop was exported to Italy and moral political and industrial stand- FREE.-Send Name and Address on Postal fer160- age I Illustrated:! Catalogue. I}

boys from all directions the news having Franc For this I'easonm'ricans point is assured. _

quickly spread that the fruit grower did not get well acquainted with the JAMES G. Jou sos.L. WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., HEW HAVEN CONN, i.

was in the market for these little Porto Rican variety. As is well -, -
known T. Travis, agent southern railroad, 't
climatic and soil conditions affect -
animal Some of them naturally strayed -
coffee tl:1'uruH'riC':1ll officers Sehna, < ;a., write: ''I cannotiv: turn i if
away. and of trots remaining; many army nnich in prai-e of One, Minute Cough bare used Ripuu Tabnles with 10 much iat!.- I cave been a great suSerer from cocitlpatiomformerfle
diet It was in a dry season and it and late tourists h:1'ome to Cure. In my ca-e: it workt'llikl':u.harnl." faction ttbt I can cheertuUy recommend tbem. year :> tl.lng gave me any relief.Jly '.;
the farmer long prefer the Porto Kicau coffee. It is certain Have been troubled Icr about tree years with feet au'i 1< KS and abdomen were bloated fa .
did take obseniug The
not harmless
;: only 1'1.11111that iriveim
wbat I called btltoja attacks: coming oa reg'.tarly 1 c uU not .vejrcl.oe oa my feet and only a l Oie ;,&
to diseouMthat it was from a lack of that the United States Will receive mediate'rt>-nlt1. Cures coughcui -, once a week. Was told by different piijsir'i.mj dre :;. I sit'.v Kipaa Tabules s'IvertUtd to our ,t

water that the lizards were Mifi'ering. large consignments of coffee in thenear croup, bronchitis: and all throat and lung; that U was caused 17 bail teeth, of wh'.on I l' dalh paper. t,ou.-lit ome and took them as dlnc ,iIe'eral
1. Have taken them a.iout; three weeks and there d
I had the teeth extracted but the attack I' e
future. The new brands have troubles. D. 11. Wil-on A. sun.That .
1 He quickly overcame this ilith'eulty by continued. I had Been advenisfii.eats t fKlpacs !+ uca a change: I a-a not constipated any more ,1 H
securing a large number of tin can*, pit to fight for public favor. Coffee Tabulps in all the papers out had no faith ( and 1 ctve it ail! to Elpan Tabules. lam thirtyeeven .j l lIn
dealers furl brokers in '' them but about six weeks Rinse a friend in Tears old ba e no occupation, only my i '
, sinlcin.:: them in the ground near the the UnitedStates dealou have just engineered luee me to try them. Bare taken but two of the I lioui-ehold tlu'les 81.<1 cursing my sick ha-band. "; =,
( roots of trees here and there and keeping : oppose the coming of a new will be quite a feather in your rap.:' ''A mall 5 cent b<>xts of the Tabulet and bav,. bad I Fie :ai bad t'.e dropsy end I am trying Rlan 'i i
competitor, as they have certain grades feather no recurrence c f the attacks. Have never given a Tav.ule- for him. He feel some better but it will 't
There in : echoic the tinancier. .
tilled with water. are my cap
; them testimonial for anything before, but the take: some time! he has been elrk so lo:g. Ton :
1 now sunk in the ;ground of these orchards and brands of their o\\n. Porto Ilicocan I j "It will be a'whole bunch of featherin: amount of KO., : by Rlpans Tabules induces! me t,>ad'I mine to tka ilAE GOBKA.I CLARII. '.
produce SStMK.iO.000: worth of :
over wife's [lut. ,
about :!.:oo tin cans which are I my -Washington: :Star. many testimonials you doubtless bars in your '

, for the sole and exclude use of the coffee each year, and whellu1l'r <'ans posslou now. A.T.EKWlTT. I have teen suffering from headaches ever I 1 I

lizanK To see the lizards!' it thl'sel"l't.'l'ltwh's become acciMoiuetl I to its tin or the TO Cl'IIK A COM IX ONE DAY I since I was little girt I could never ride in ft .5 I,

flit me of the indt> will be assured. Take LH.\Tln nl T.\Iur" I want to Inform you ear or go Into a crowded I
try : :"):": Qt IM\K
for a drink of water during In words of blrhest .t Q.t,** -** *_*+***,***,+< place without getting> I
Sugar i is another iml'orttnt:1'(1). The All dmgu'i-ts: refund the if it fail
odd It IIIN never ; money ) healacheandplcfcatrarstomach.
the day is an sight.; praise, of the benefit I
been found neeeary to feed the lizards annual yield is about $:."".\ E'-, !s-iguatuie on I bare derived from 01:1 I II I R-I-P-A-N-S !!I:*to Tabui. I beard from aboutR'pana aa I
every box. 23r.Harold Rj>iE3 T&buies. I am a .
the Misar plantations expensive: machinery { aunt of ir.lna wio '
but it is a matter of much labor professional cure and v' :rfo wag :
is required and this fact In this clear t 1 ai. I I.j. taxing them for catarrh ;
and attention to keep them suppliedwith { presents : Thi i* Dealer, the famous inventor head is always needed t i v,;; I of the stomach. She hadfouul
water at time During rainsspells men of small means from engaging Tabules does It. 1 hA such rellff from '
of the
triplt \pan-ion the I I
engine; 'I;I modern stand- thruseshell.:1:
nature keeps these miniature : in the business. Formerly large I automatic.double-back-ictior.-re\er-ible-\ After niie of mycaes I +.1 .J ,lto':'. to take them &vlsedandl

wells well supplied, but when the prolitsere made, and this \\':1''' in spiteof rapid-tire-gun, the conipound-electro-iiy- foundmyselfeompletely rundown \cttcfronthe k..i! ::+ II: ard :: !:" haveLeendongsoslnces I.
FamIlyIeGl- ;
interval withhold adverse conditions. If some of theprojerted advice of Mr Qeo Bow. "/ last October, and win
clouds fur a long; dr.-ieated! dynamo, the- Iltipert: Hnt '11" say they have compleAve.JerspyCltylto..1t
er, Ph. 0., 58 Newark:
their refreshing tluid the lizards' cans trolley lines! are built, it will he Harold: Yehe can't : :! N I. Cine : Cures the I:. lycuredDlyheaJachel.Ripani .
be possible tol'Ul' electric power Tabules with ,'J> I am twenty-nln yean '
tilled hand which is by .1. I ----=
have to be by i
invent a nlau.-ible excuse to give his wife, grand results.JUoJ -I to:.: 1 I:) old. You are welcome
I no means a small undertaking. for the' sugar plantations. and he dasn't: go home!IVk. EEXoIS WlIDUAX. t; > I common everydayt !ip to use this testimonial. '\
Another important source of wealthIs I Kit J.B&OCEXYUkThe 1
Judge Fort is greatly interested in :
the tobacco .VItH>0 = ill of humanity. !
' iu1u..try.hout ;
is reticentin i.
lizards out b.
the troubled ;
study :story of a "!:"t>. Bother wa I _
: ncre are devoted] to the culture of the with heartburn and I .
result of his reptile I
divulging the To be lion ml band and foot for I.
I' ,
year caused by I I Tlucr
and So.UisO.WO: is fair estimateof sleeplessness to:: P My eeTtn year-O116oy
plant a e
1 studies. lie however, says that he by the chains of disease: i i- the wor-t fnnn Indigestion:: for a good .:; I I suffered with rains InLU r ,
has no trouble in managing; his large the value of the annual exportation.The of slavery. Genige; p. William of Manflitter man vears. One day Z :. head constipation
I of the leaf is declared she ew\r a teslm"n'alla : i! 0 l9pl : and cornpl&'neJ of tlistomaio. t "
quality: by Mich. tell- how -uch ,
) army of lizards. They require no training a < the pFer Ind'-rsicg: .. ,:, He coull cct '
; or drilling in order to perform their many to bo excellent. Land suitablefor made fiee. He =ay"My: wife ha: been Rip lUll Tabules. She l I"4 eat like; cUMr) 'Q cf U. ', .. ,, f

lie raisin; the plant may be purchasedat so helpless for live years that she! cmilil delermlnettogt'rethem.t. .I IURiC.4 ae do and what t* 't"
duties. Upon purchasing them puts trialUS greatly --. .. 'a y
a ; -' : did eat did not .
them to work on \acaut trees. and they a low tteure. I.abor is plentiful, but not turn over in bed alone. .\ltt'rI-.II:: relieve by their use )lie... 9.. .T .SYY7r'f49i1 q."<. t7" with hIm. llewa.HhlC.or agre I

is asking for hidier' \\are One small two little of Electric Hitter-! she j i- \\n\\- and now takes the and of a safTron! color. It Fla. J\ .
seem contented to stay in their newfound eifully improml and able to do her own Tabules regularly. Esekeeps a few cartons Kipani RnaMn come cf the testinv! cU.s: in favor otP.pai.s .i'
home, living: on insects and farm costing its owner $::), ()(), yieldedin work' Thisupreme remedy for female Tabules the hvas and says she'wU nut be with Tabuies I tried them. P..n. :! Tabuiei not .q.. .. I
ono: year Sl:.tnm cash money. It out them. The heartburn and sleeplessness have only rel.evnl tut actually cured niy youcgster
drinking from the tin can. In purchasing disea-es[ : quickly cure.nei votjsneUv|>- disappeared with the indirection which was the head..ciies have disarriart: b- well are la ,
lizards there Is only one stip- was formerly the custom to export the le-Ill> ', melancholy, headache bat'k- formerly so great burden for her Oar whole good condition and he ce&er cmj :alns of hlstomach. '

and that is the Porto Iticnn tobacco to Cuba, and thereit ache fainting an-1 dizzy -ji'llThi..- mir- family take ti.e Tabules regularly especially after : lie h DOW a red, cbahh f ice,i boy. This ti
ulation the judge makes, ,
a hearty me.tL My mother is fifty years of age wonderful change I attrIbute to Kipanj Tabuls.
little reptiles must be those of arboral was mixed with the products of the ace! workin Medicine i i- a godsend to and is enjoying the best of health and spirits : also I am satiofled that they will beret any one(from

t fruit first latter island11'e will ;et better weak, sickly, run down {jfople.I Every: gate hearty meals an impossibility before she the cradle to old axe) IT taken accordIng to dlrtotlonj. >
habits. When the
1' commenced the purchase of lizard, acquainted with the Porto Ilican prod- bottle guaranteed, only ;0 cent-, sold IM" look Ripaus Tabules. ISTOS H.Bu u,. Eo W.Pale..

f B. I Wilson l ; ti
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I Porto Rico will in the near future A new style packet containing m Eipurs IABULD parked In a rarer vtoa ( glut now i.
, bought a little reptile which would slip become a winter resort. The climate is CASTOa.Ji U some drag itores-roK FTTS cars This low-pnced son u t :enied for the pu away and make for the woods as soon The Kind You Have Always Bought of the &Te-cent eartons (UO tabules) can be had by tr"' by sending far.y-elgtt Cl r the Enix
as it escaped: from the clutches of its delightful, and a few of the roads are Bears the CEBCCil Oowiin,No. W Spruce Street New York-or a single carton(rE." Tast Lai)will b r r fln.earl '

purchaser. But can't fool Judge very fine. The mountains are high, Signature #+ # but TABUIM may alaob*had of some grown CPo>"lerallt.nhepen, news i enu id at atarai
you and a number of locations for hotels of [svlUrbersbops. They banish pals,Induce lJeep Prolong Lie. On gires rdlut r )
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tell in ,
Fort on. a lizard now.:.. _Ue can Ft >-
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COCOA BUSINESS DIKECTOKY.BREVAED Last Friday morning about 10 o'clock MELBOURNE, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. finest soprano singers, arrived Monday

COUNTY STATE BANK.-Do while coming up from Georgiana, Mr. MELBOURNE STATE BANK-Capital$15,- I and was heard on the chautauqua platform ROBBINS ji

your business with the Oldest State Bank in Munson's sailboat, about 25-foot keel, capSized 000. J. H. Phillips, president; E. P. Branch, the three closing evenings.Mr. -- .
Brevard county. Solid and conservative. this side of Oleander point. The cashier. The only bank on the lower river E. -
F. brilliant
W. L. HUallLETI', M. D., L. T. DANIEL, wind was blowing pretty briskly and it I and the pineapple region. of Brevard county. of Pennsylvania Brightbill, gave ,two a splendid lectures & :

w1 D. D. S.-Offices over The Indian River was not until afternoon that the boat was EAU GALLIE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. which were enjoyed by all whore CHAHArd,
Drug Co's stores,the leading Drug establishment Mun- .
.1.:.. _. of the Indian righted. It was fortunate that re fortunate enough to hear them. ..
:{ ; river country. son had no passengers on board and that HODGSON BROTHERS. Dry Goods, Ship

l- 8. F. TRAVIS & CO. are Exclusive Wholesale help got to him when it did. Chandlery, and Shelf Hardware, Pipe and Dr. Hubbard, of Nashville, Tenn., gavea
! Grocers and do not sell to consumers. They fittings, Clothing, Paints and Oils, Groceries very instructive lecture on "What to LA'VVYERS.Will .

i'I'J retail all other goods, carry a large stock, The oyster supper given by the ladiesof : Marine railway, steamer for charter. Do In Case of Emergencies." It was

. !1, and can meet all competition. the Avilah Tuesday night was a most FORT PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. well attended and appreciated by all. practice in State and United States

sr decided success, both financially and so- Courts. '
l" THE
'" TRAFFORD BAKERY.-First quality
-# t Bread, made of high grade flour, sent to any cially. Great credit is due Mesdames A. C.! P. PLATTS Physician and Surgeon. The bible reading, "The Holy Child,

di t. address;also never-failing home-made yeast H. Trafford, W. E. Booth, W. G. Paterson Calls to any point on the river promptly illustrated by a number of beautiful

..,.;: :] cakes. Ice Cream every Saturday. B. W. Jerome and Miss Julia Rob answered. Fo t Pierce Florida. stereopticon views, was enjoyed by all.Dr. Abstracts Of Title furnished to land

l GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable erts.1 Over fifty full suppers were sold, Davidson had charge of this meet- i in Brevard and Dade counties.
f,,' Store for good, fresh and reliable goods and the treasury ehows a balance of $46.-- ing.The
such as Dry Goods Saddlery, Crockery, Bishop W. C. Gray was the guest of
90 of this however
; $33.00 was, people of Melbourne wish to extend -
j .
"..> : Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries.JARVIS but the ladies feel very justly proud of J.. E. M. Hodgson on Wednesday of last their thanks to their Ean Gallie. We have a large list of lands owned

,>:--' HOUSE-Open all the year round. the result of the efforts, and beg to thank week. friends who so generously patronized the by ourselves and clients. ,

t Pleasant location facing the river on river the; public for their very liberal patronage. The sloop Princess is again in the late chautauqua. The Spartan brought
1 front Rates $2.00 per day,special terms by Prices for Lands
i the week or month. waters of the Eau Gallie river in a new down several large parties.Mr. .

"" "Safe bind safe find." Fortify yourself by coat of paint. Chas. E. Grant gave that rare $3.00 to $100.00 per acre.

UP A AND O DOW iHEEAST c COAST. taking Hood's Sarsaparilla now and be sure of Mrs. Frend is again a welcome visitorat comedy, "The Old Homestead," Tuesday -
r \ good health for months to come. Walden cottage, the residence of Mrs.S. evening. A large crowd was present We have a few

E. Barbour. and everyone was delighted with Residence, Orange Grove and PIneapple

fi:. Brief Mention of Minor :Matters Occurring CITY POINT. Mrs. Clyde Baily entertained on Monday the manner in which he impersonated properties in desirable loca

. at Our Neighboring Towns. each character. tions. Prices reasonable.
Harris of in evening. Cards the feature of
. <;.. Charles Woodley, was were

:r .. COCOA. City Point Saturday.J. this pleasant evening.The .

I Sheriff Brown visited our town last G. Powell, of Cocoa, was in town Ercildoune, Capt. Moore's fine MALAKAU. -OFFICES-

i ; several hours on Monday. launch, was in Eau Gallie's harbor witha Mr. J. Barker was in town visiting yes-
iC..Ji Saturday. small TITOSVILLE and MIAMI.
party on Monday.
Miss Julia Roberts of Cocoa in terday.
r Messrs. M. Pigue and Henry Prevatt,
:r of Pineda were in town Wednesday. town several days last week. Capt. Eldridge, of Brooklyn, X. Y., in Mrs. Queenie Wells is visiting her sister -
'il MEAT
' Messrs. J. W. Ballantine, W. II.Sharpe, his sloop Brooklyn, was moored in Eau Mrs. Charles Bolton.F. .
Mr. Thomas Gibbons, of Merritt, was Gallie's harbor for a day or two this
f!' in town for a short time last Saturday. C. K. Maddox and J. F. Martin visited:; week. A. Drake went to Melbourne Thursday G. F DUREN Agent,

Cocoa Wednesday.Dr. of last week, returning next day.
p. Mr. and Mrs. Winslow Bisbee, of Lotus, The Granada is now doing a rushing

g ;.f were pleasant visitors in town last Thurs J. G. Jarrel, of Savannah, was visiting business, and Mine Host Wells and his IS. A. Conkling has some of the largest

i L ; Dr. and Mrs. T. S. Bradfield last popular assistant: C. Xoel Mitchell, are strawberries ever seen in Florida] -sixteen 'Iorida
day.Mr. week for several days. to a quart. !
r'i i H. C. Ever and :Mr. R. B. Holmes kept quite busy. ys and

,L"'j" have been out on a big alligator hunt fort R. Yiall and son and S. Borton returned The steamer Spartan, with a party on The orange: trees are blooming nicely, f
I ..; several days.Lawrence. Sunday from a cruise up the Banana riv- board, called Melbourne on Sunday. and everywhere you can see men tertiliz-1 $ ,

li: Allen and Fred Whitlock, of er. They report a pleasant trip. Most of the passengers attended the ]lecture tug; their} I groves. | )(

;.1 Courtenay, were spending a while in C. K. Maddox, of Atlanta, is stopping in Educational hall. A number of our Malabar residents'

r' town\ last Thursday.Mr. with Jas. Banks. Mr. M. will spend sev- It is proposed to build a hall and lecture went to the Melbourne chautauqua on of allhinds.
eral weeks in town looking after his or- Friday last. Several of them went the
room at this point. Ground has on
of the -
C. P. Lovell, Clyde
and other interests.Mr. .
.r ange grove been secured and the train and a large crowd went in a boat
: Co., of Jacksonville, was in town a necessary capital .
last week. : and Mrs. R. C. Warner and :Misses raised to complete the building, which and were cold and soaking wet when they
day or so
Euslen and Harris, who have been stopping will be ready for the coming fall. arrived at Melbourne.KOSKLAND..

:r Mr. Sam Childs returned from Titus- at the Hatter House for several! Titusville, Florida.FOR. .
Dr. J. M. Randall
I one of our most -
after an'absence regular .
t. ville Saturday afternoon,
weeks left Tuesday for Daytona where ------- --- -
". of nearly two weeks. they will spend several days before re winter finest, reports, since his return ..... .....
from the Bahamas, that Florida cli-
Dr. Daniel received last Monday a fine turning to their home in Birmingham, Quite a party from Micco as well as
mate is good enough for him. This gen- some from Koseland went to the ocean A Shave and a Hair Cot
We hear
1900 model Columbia wheel. Alabama.
: i tleman is of in real
thinking investing beach Sunday, viewing the site of the
I J.. f it is being; rallied off. estate in this town hoped for inlet. ... GO TO....

' Mrs. Bowers, Oceanus, arrived in town BANYAN.
Mrs. Barbour has just had completedan Mr. T. S. Drake to Ean
went Gallie
t'- Tuesday to spend a few days with her Sebron Jones is back again from )Ii- artesian well, :3 inches in diameter, Tuesday to lumber for improvements Garrotte'Barber
f''F;' friend, :Mrs. Frank Lipp. Shop
. ami.A giving an ample supply of water for irrigating including a bath house, he ,
Mr. II. Andrews has been quite ill in the handsome grounds
few beans are being shipped right purposes, : is making on his place. None but
r with an attack of lagrippe, but his friendsare surronnding Walden cottage. Xear and experienced workmen TITUSVILLE,
along. employed, and perfect ,
Mr. Jos. Williamson
. glad to see him out again. Taylor had the contract for the work. of Micco, who recently satisfaction. guaranteed........ FLORIDA.
) o. Pines and oranges are blooming freely had a serious fall from an orange
:. r:.. Mr. W. Hindle and his two little daughters and growing fine. Many of our young; people attended the tree, is now around again. lie was at: J. L. CARBi'THEES, Proprietor.

made a visit' to Titnsville Tuesday, entertainment at Melbourne on Tuesday tended by Dr. I1ohuE'lr. ?.
R. C. Creech and IE'a'ethis I
.' returning on the 5 p. in. train. B..Iernigan evening; under the of the chau George Peoples
week for Cutler and Miami. :\ and Mrs. L. C. Moore and guest?,
: Mrs. Starck, of Malabar, arrived in town tauqna. This interesting and instructive Mrs. : -- -
and Miss
Spangier and Mrs. IVtitt I
Monday and is spending several days John Carlin and family, Arch Camp- program closed on Wednesday of this 01,1 OibonImiMin

with her friend Mrs. Frank Lipp. bell and I). Smith have all gone to Mi week, and proved the most successful of of Philadelphia, have gone on a pleasure I ?. next TINSMITH, )
ami. trip down the Indian river and to Lake door to Car- --------
the series.
rut hers' barber Miop
Mr. George F. Paddison, the popular Worth. They go in :Mr. Moore's launch, I tiyashiugtanAve.. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
x lumber merchant of Eau Gallie, was !a R. C. Creech dug up out of the soil on Archdeacon Brown will hold service the Krcildoune.

pleasant visitor in town last Thursday. his place here an ancient silver coin, in St. Johns church Sunday at llKJO a. I Tinsmithing of repair,Rooliiig work promptly Guttering attended and all to.kinds

about the size of a half-dollar, with pillars m. The children of the :Sabbath school
Work from down the river solicited........
His friends regret:: to know that Mr. JTkl. surmounted by crowns with scroll will please meet at 9:150:: a. in. A short ANKOXA.Mrs.

Paine still continues quite ill. They; and wreathes and a lot of letters on one service will be held, presided over hi Miller, mother of Jfr W. T.

hope to hear a more favorable report after side, a lion and other devices with more Rev. Brown. All invited. Collection in Walker, was quite ill last week.Mr. .

'I f, this. letters, etc., on the other. The pillars aid of the stipend of the rector. rang Trees
and Mr Callahan
I ? are stopping 0
f remind one of the old city gates at St. i
Miss Grace Hardee several day
I spent A jolly party of our winter guests left with Mr. Ankeney for a few days.
)K at Lotus last week, on a visit to hersifcter, Augustine; and the devices on one side for Palm Beach and other joints south

) Miss Maude Hardee, who has charge of resemble the markings) over the door on the steamer Silver King on Tuesday Mr. II. Jennings met his mother and I Grafted, and_ Budded_ ._ .
of the old fort. Can tell whatit : j-ifter at Fort Pierce on the limited train
the Lotus school. some one ,
those board Mr. and :Mrs
J, Among on were I
. kl ; from Pennsylvania.Mis ont and ;5 year old orange roots.
After spending several days in town as McNab, Mr. C. C. Booth, Ir. Jno. Booth I Grafts !i to 1 inch diameter, 4 to 6

'\_ the guest of Mrs. C. J. SchoonmakerMrs. WEST and wife, Mrs. Cantil'ld11'. and Mrs Fletcher, from Iowa, arrived here.Ia : i I fret, well branched. r
!( C. \\". Bolton returned to her horn I'.KACH. Stambiingh ant) Miss Stambaugh, and t week and i is stopping: with Mrs. An- I Can supply the foil owing varieties:

t Malabar Sunday. Our esteemed friend, Mr. Albert S. others. The party will be away for sometime keney, whose niece she is.

\ Botsford, paid a visit lat:: week to Eau taking in the sights uf the lower Mr. Eldred's house! and packing goose RUBY BLOOD
Miss Katie Healy, a charming young; ., ST. MICHAELS.
t Gallie. While there he was the ;guest of river. have been painted \lr. Geo. R'i j FORD'S
lady of Chicago, arrived in town last by Stacy, ._ i SAX
t Friday and will spend some time as av Mrs. Scott and Mrs. E. F. Hatch. He The Silver King; carried a party of Kat who made a neat job of it. I MCDITERCANEAX.BOEX ,
seems to think thatV.. S. Botsford GRAPEFRUIT.The .
" guest of the Jarvis House. CJallie's citizens to Melbourne on Friday Mr. I... H. Walker and his father, who i !
Jr. is the finest in Florida
boy and is
lat; to attend the chautauqua lecture. Dr. best tree in the state at any price.Those .
arrived from
lion. J. L. Root and left recently Orlando for a
and Mrs. son destined to be a leading light in the stay fine article should
; near wanting a really
and Mrs. Boothj J. E, M. Hodgson, Miss with :\Ir. W. T.
t. last Saturday for their home in Keo- future. Mr. Botsford has made ; Walker, have returned i order at once.
many Hodgson, )Ir. and :\11'::. Xesbitt, Mr. and home. I
\ kuk Iowa. Their friends
i many hope to friends here by his gentlemanly and .
Mrs. Hatch, )Ir. and Mrs. G. F. I'addi I Will prepared for the next sixty
them next winter.
.;; see again courteous manner. Your correspondent) has a bunch of five days to graft to order any trees that
'f." Rev. J. E. Mickler held services las son, Miss Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.Vatts, large grape fruit on one limb no larger.1 I may lie required to till orders for
The houseboat Rochester in Miss Near, Miss Kennedy, Mis. BotsfordMr. old and customers who
command I my new may
than which'is
' little
both morning and This a lady's l linger, quite
( Sunday, evening. :
of Captain Bennett, of Eaii: Gallv, E Taylor, Mr. Porson l'alllionIr., want fine trwsither on small or ;
his first visit since the death of his :i curiosity. t
I was Will all demands
stock meet
i arrived here the first of the week with a Tom Burns, and others were of the paityt large .
E,1 father and his many friends were glad to from Melbourne. Social train eem to be all the rae: ..1 i for tangerine.and grapefruit. Will
party 1I
Among themwe I put out over I.VHMt; trees to these- twovaruti
see him again. noticed Mr. and Mrs. McCoy and two you have had the grip you need Foley now-night; and day-taking people t(/I: <',. Address

1 Mr. J. L. Bruner arrived from Titus- daughters, from Kentucky Mr. and Ihiiey111(1 Tar to heal your lungs and tl)1' the Bahamas and Cuba. All this must i! \
; that rack in:: cough Ii incidental to theluuranteed. di"I'a'l' O. 7V. CO3ST3XT333EL .
the railroad :
;, yule Saturday afternoon, going on immediately Mrs. Groesbeck and brother-in-law pay company handsomely or ,
; Miss
( .
: ; :!3; and ;50e. 15. I: Wihon & Son
I .' to Georgiana, taking little Smith and Mrs. Bennett, also last but they would not run H many trains. I'rtythey < OCKLAWAIIA XURSKRIfXI

t;1 Winnie with him. She has been with not 1l':1stIr.. Joe Mills[ Melbourne.>. 'III.IUIU: cannot make it convenient to stop t'f ._:._Li.. :r.E-.E... FLORDIi. 1

: 3Irs. Weinberg since her mother's death. The schooner J. F. Powell also arrivedin .Anknna we could dispose of some '
1 :Mr. anti Mrs. S. H. Mills left Tuesday our fruit. -- -- 1 .

Mr. R. E. Mims, of Bonaventure, acfrl company with the Rochester and for Palm Beach. i I The Most t
companied by his daughter, Miss Gallic brought its quota of the Powell family. I!I Complete I. .
Miss Withers left Wednesday, mud It >a\t'illlj. I.. ;:. i, \

frl J and his son, R. E., Jr., were pleasant The early bird, especially if it i is a to the sorrow of all the little people.Mrs. P. ,\. IXinforth. of Li< ;range./ Ga., suf- i '
i visitors last Saturday. Mr. Mims has a duck, instead' of catching the ELECTRICALSUPPLY
worm, ;get : It. A. Conklinjr entertained )fj..s feml intensely for six months with a
i J rJ fine garden and brought up a good load it right: in the neck sometimes. We are Florida : frightful running sore on his ]lee, but

r +1 I 1', of fresh vegetables. lead to this remark by the fact that Mi-s week.Messrs.. Kitchinir: of Sebastian: last write that Buckleirs arnicaalvi wholly HOUSE. fI

Mrs. G. W. Fritz and daughter and Leila Anthony, who arose betimein, cured it in ten days. For ulcers, wounds, t <

1) Mr. John A. Fritz and son, Scranton, fact soon, Saturday morning: sathrl'e : Aldridgeand Cox, of Brooklyn, burns. bails, pain or pileit's tin l,est in the state,

Pa. have been spending several days in ducks feeding down by the wharf in were in town last :-'atllnlnon. their way salve in the world guanintefil. Only .
t to Micco. :!.il'. Sold by B. It. \\ l Oll'un: druggists. THEJohnson
J : town, guests of the Jarvis House. They front of her father's place{", just south of 'Ii
; go in a few days tolndianola, where they town, armed herself with her father's Mr. Jenkins and I daughter: of Pi Us- (

; will spend the rest of the winter with Dr. shot gun and some shells, proceeded burg, Pa., are the guests: of the I.ock- Law .

t and Mrs. Chas. Hill. down on the wharf and without any pre wood House. !. .x.. I.I Ii
ambling or resolutioning i r. I
We failed to announce last week the went to work The Misses Susie and May DuIJope ex- j COMPANY,
and knocked the feathers Im..onFlTTJXfi
arrival of Mr. and Mrs. E. I;. Denny, of life off and the pect to leave today for Suwannee, TennDr. COR.oET:
out of those
Newark, N. J., who are on a visit to Col. aforesaid! three little DuBose left hi>t Friday. !
I e blue bills in short order and i I JWTTEIUt'K TTERXs !
i and Mrs. C.V.. Harrison. They have called c T lectrical ,
h ; her brother Emile who 3Irs.1folnuw and Miss Mayme Holmes, I Dgllleel S
.. !
r' made number of friends during their W.-\LL ,
of T
.I ] by her shots, to act as retriever. Fau.-tina, left yesterday for their home, !I
short here who regret seeing them s. F
stay much .
Palm Beach News. delighted with the chautauqua.Mr. KID GLccES.A. : ,
it leave tomorrow. They stop a few days
t. ;J at St. Augustine and Jacksonville en Chas. Emmons and Miss: Ella SlIt IE. 1 IC I I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
J WANTED. Emmons who have time ut I
spent some
J. route. ; LA
) Reliable min for manager of branch Hotel Carleton, left Tuesday "for )lirns.Ir. 'j nRY Goons, I L Edison La Lamle, Samson

fJ. I 0. B. Floyd, Orlando; Finley Knight, office 1 wish to open in this vicinity. :\ E. D. Oslin, of Southern Pines! X. r. I I i TI'--L-, I, E, and dry batteries for gas
1 John A. Preston
J. G. Ball, R. C. Rogers, Good for DlN I
opening an energetic sober man. C. engine i ignition bell and
; is in town visiting his mother and .! MATTINGS. F ,
1- Jacksonville Miss Kate Chicago .
'I'! ; Healy ; Kindly mention this paper when writing.A. brother. Little Miss Lila J. annunciator work. .' '
accompanies 1
Albert Wister, Cincinnati, 0.; John A. T. Moats, Cincinnati, 0.0 1i f"UnXITt'RF: I! A

t Fritz, Mrs. G. W.. Fritz, Scranton, Pa.; Illustrated catalogue ct8. postage. her papa. I'fTon.o Work done in all )

G. E. Muriel, Florida; A. Clark, Macon; Mrs.'each and her charming daughter ; ;. parts of the state. I

F. P. Wilc ".V Detroit; Frank Gautier, OASTOnXA.Bears Miss Marguerite, of Pennsylvania, n. & (i. t"or.sETS.jj .

..i.. Crescent Ci"fC.! P. Lovell, Savannah, the }The Kind You Have Always Bought left last Tuesday after spending several ELECTRIC LIGHT SUPPLIESof

: _; were regisat b 7 at the Jarvis House last Signature # ,J-# weeks with Mrs. X. Carter. : I It all description. ?it

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week .. ?F
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, THE FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY... MARCH 16.1900.. 5 ,." .."
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Jas. Pritchard & Son '
They Object to the Measure Proposed
Freezes Suggest Reform In the Manner ,
By Congress.. .'. .
k of Cultivating \
Oranges. .
The planters merchants and Headquarters -
manu for. . ,
Apropos of the ;
damage:,Florida crops facturers of Porto Rico mailed to congress ,
a have sustained from the recent freezes, from San Juan the first of the weeka '

* Bradstreet's has some timely suggestions.It etatement'in part as follows: '

says: We ,note with regret the principle HARDWARE

,, '.. "On the theory that it is an ill wind enunciated by ,certain speakers in the ConsumplioD :

: that does not convey good to some people, lower house of congress that a iariff be ,
r f,; the recurrence of ,cold waves, which in tween Porto Rico and the United Statesis "-

I = the past have blighted the hopes of the proper method of raising revenue Do not think for a single ...Tinware, Crockery...

Florida orange producers, which have for this island. To this we are unchange- moment that consumption will
been heard of with regret in northern ably opposed for the following season' : ever strike you a sudden blow. STOVES

s y markets, where this state's tine fruit is First-Because taxation on our exports It does not come that way. .

highly'esteemed, may in time bring abouta means an embargo on our foreign It creeps its way along. Boat Goods Paints and Oils
. i a change in the system of orange growing commerce. First, you think it is a little ,
which will be Second-Because cold; nothing but a little hacking and \ .
.' highly profitable to the curtailment of our .
cough; then a little loss in
x Florida orange interests. The reforms commerce with the United States would
weight: then a harder cough;
:. proposed are, most of them, matters of lock up our products here and prevent us then the fever and the night WOODENWARE. I
cultivation. The growing of smaller from gaining our legitimate proportionof sweats. '

. ,: trees and better care, in other words intensified profit on our productions. The suddenness comes when .
production-is suggested as one We can never become independent you have a hemorrhage.Better Write for prices. f

means to the end that Florida oranges financially if forced to trade solely among it is yet creeping.You stop the.disease while TITUSVILLE., FLORIDA. ,
may be cultivated profitably in the future. ourselves. We must have a market other can do it withtiger'S ,
One suggestion made seriously by they than Porto Rico or else we cannot gain Box 212. .

Times-Union and Citizen is the roofing wealth.It of

i': in or the covering, partially or wholly, is a fact that no class of goods pro-

rr of the orange grove, either with glass, duced here from leaf tobacco will be Bond Lumber C.

wood or canvas, to the end that when a taxed less than 25 per cent. ad valorem, :I
heavy freeze is experienced the trees and while one of the most important of this On hand and Constantly Arriving,

their golden fruit may be preserved. The class will be taxed 1GO per cent. ad
I production of trees of shortened growth valorem under the bill adopted by the ''CherrilYPecoro1 LUl\LIBER.: .

s ,* is claimed to have been widely extended house of representatives.If Dressed and Undressed.

in Southern Spain in order that the damage this is not an embargo on our trade,
Shingles Moulding Scroll Work Balusters Newel Posts
: ,
J from the hot winds from Africa might what can it be called? .'
t be avoided. In the Azores the height: of We earnest'y! ask for free trade, believing I Bean, Orange Cabbage and Tomato Crates, "

the trees is limited to twelve or fourteen that with a mutual interchange of Brick, Lime, Cement, Etc.

f: feet. In Corsica the citron is said to be products between the two countries the Estimates made on all building material. Our large boat, "Sunny South," will deliver.
;r kept down to a height from which it can United States will be more than gainer. I anywhere on the river. Call on us or send in your bill. We will serve you right.Bond .

;; conveniently be protected with mats or The United States will for many years
,l> blankets. An instance is cited by our i supply our 1,000,000 people with their cough less. The pressure on lumber Co. i. .

t. Florida contemporary of an orange pre- manufactured products. In general we the suffocation chest is removed.That feelingof A S. G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager, f.

::. serve near Genoa, Italy, of twelve acres, recognize the fact that a revenue to sup- cure is hastened byplacingone of .
}\ protected in winter with boards and port the insular government would be T1'tusvi11e. : F1oric1.a 1

glass and yielding a revenue of many necessary, but we are decidedly of opin ,
. thousands of dollars per acre each year. ion that the better method for raising Dr. Ayer's Cherry

It has been pointed out that sheep are that revenue will be by internal tax- '
Plasterover .
5 raised on the hills of Scotland without ation. A PLEASrRE TO PAY I

protection but it is also to be The fact cannot be disputed that our
; any remembered -'i the Chest. for such goods as we offer. Few fail .
:, that hothouse lambs are raised people are in sore distress. All com- to see the value in our ,r ,w, JL '% g
:: in the northern states of this country at.. merce is now hampered. The investment -
a handsome profit to the growers. The of capital is stopped. The farmers A Book Free $5 AND $10 TRIMMED HATS, ;p t.

agricultural department some time ago have not means to plant or gather their I It is on the Diseases of the and all see the style and artistic taste ,
_ announced its discovery of small Japanese crops. Capital refuses to come here for Throat and Lungs. and each model. These hats are in .
J orange tree, with which the American investment in either manufactured or 'I Write Freely pleasing contrast to those found else-f, ,
orange might be crossed, producing a :agricultural! purposes for the reason that i If j-i.u us have any complaint whatever where at these prices. The quality !' 3
fruit of flavor. The the sovereignty of the United States over I and desire! the best medical advice you and beauty of the material and the v fV j11 .
hardy good Japanesetree
I can possibly receive, write the doctor i way it is developed are material factors ",
like many other, partakes of the this island has deprived us of free trade '', without freely. You will receive a prompt reply| in producing such beautiful re- rL, r ,..Yt.f: rsa 4.t'
(coot Address
nature of a dwarf. It would seem possible with Spain and with Cuba, which form- lilt J. C. A\'ER, Lowell Mais. suit Trices to suit any pocket, 25
that such a tree might with profit be erly took our exports at fair prices and I to f 10 each, at I

introduced in Florida, and perhaps in enabled us to live. J. R. WALKER'S. ..
i We now ask as a right in equity that sections further north
to the end that a ------ - ----
sure crop of oranges may be gathered in free trade with the United States be I Mississippi on Trusts.The r1
the South Atlantic states. If, as seems given us. We ask bread as a right: from --
possible, intensified or improved horticulture our mother. Do not, we pray, give usa house anti-trust bill was passed by

will furnish a guarantee of steady stone. We ak for an immediate de the senate Saturday by a vote of 24 to Your FIRE INSURANCE with c, S, Schuyler .
cision.It 4. The bill makes all trusts and com- ,
of this fruit Florida
crops growers might -- ---- -
bines illegal all with such null
; ; contracts
well them.embrace" the opportunities offered is reported that a fine brick building: and void; their agents punishable by Agent ru_Hartford, /Etna, Liverpool and London and Globe, I

i to be used as a young men's dormitory, heavy fine and imprisonment. Corporations Home, Continental, Providence & Washington, Fireman's .} ,
is to be erected by John B. Stetson uni- will not be permitted to purchaseor
Fund and Sun Mutual.For
I APRIL (!1J..UL\XTIXE. versity, at Detand, this summer, workon control another in the same business. .
which will soon begin. Companies violating the law are to for- further information, rates, etc., address or call on C.S. SCHUYLEE, TITCSVILLE, FLA.
i't United States :Marine Hospital SenlceI" --
='---=- feit their charter, and foreign concernsare -- -- -- -- -- .5
, '"
Fixes That Date. barred from the state. Five hun-

Dr. Porter, state health officer, has announced : dred dollars is the amount that may be ICE
that the summer quarantine for recovered by any person injured by a 1GB IGE

Florida will be established on April 1st, trust.G. .
in accordance with the decision of the DiUlger ---
Washington health authorities to beginol'eration I II.Pl'ktOjll: tue of peace, Clarks- A.S GOOD AS THE: I3I3JST.DIAX .
burg, N. J., says: "DeWitt's Little Early r
at that time. Heretofore the RIVER ICE MANUFACTORY
Risers the best made for the ,
are pills con Proprietor.
, : : :'
t Florida state board of health has fixed -- -- -
pation. We use no others." Quickly cure Special attention paid to packing for family use and shipped to any station on the East Coast F r
May 1st as early enough to set the mari- all liver and bowel troubles. 1>. 1:. Wilson railroad or by steamboat on Indian rivt-r.

, time quarantine machinery in motion, & Son. __ t
but as the national quarantine ollicials I

t have advanced the date by a month, and SignalS PKOrilKTY: FOR SALE.A Carroll & Goldsmith, .j

S to harmonize with this order, and because, ___

L; according: to an act of congress, the national .--.,- .. .._"..' ..__... -_ n-._ Valuable Place at Tropic. On Merrill's t
';. authorities have chosen: to establish Island, Florida. STAPLE AND GROCERIES )/

1 the minimum, the state board will This place, Tropic, is the very cream FANCY .
Do take cold with I
. also:: make the s-ea-on date from April 1st. you ';'of the state for climate and toil; the former .
Grain Fresh Fruits and
change In the Hay, Vegetables,
. "' The stale boanl does not institute quarantine every as the name indicates, being nntiy Titusville FId "tt
. at the HIt: ot next month because weather? Does your throat tropical, and the Litter equal to the soil Tin, Glass_and Crockery. Ware.THE .if
-- -- --
.| it believes it i is necessary, but because feel raw ? And do sharp of Cuba. The freezes of the past have .}
-t it is practically ordered to do so. The pains dart through your failed to injure any of the groves here, -- ;;

same provision and date will also be observed chest? I and the moat sensitive vegetables: are DECANTER = :

in sill the southern states. Don't you know these are I !grown and shipped to northern markets ,.- ,;

I The annual meeting of the board, which danger signals which pointto each winter. I offer my home place of l\l otlovv 1'

was post pom d from the regular date, pneumonia, bronchitis, or 9] acres in Tropic for sale. location, the Los1ey }

February 13, to March 13, will be held on I very best, broad front on both Indian
Tuesday of next Wt>t'kIar'h 20th. Dr. consumption itself? and Banana livers, comfortable dwelling Foreign and domestic:: brand:?: of Wine?: Brandies Rums, Gins and I

Porter is busy with his secretary, Frank If you are ailing and have I (plastered), outhouses, artesian well, orange Whiskies, Bottled Beer, Ales and Stout. :

?' IJ.Matthews, at Miami, preparing his annual lost flesh lately, they are I lemon and grapefruit trees and bananas j
rejwrt for the 't.'ar. This report certainly danger signals. The ': bearing.n opportunity to get one A EIRST-CLASS LINE OF CIGARS. BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES.

be of more than usual interest question for you to decide is, of the handsomest places in the whole
t. promises: to II I Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention to mail orders.
r' as \\illcoverthe period of yellow "Have I the vitality to throw i state at less than value. Address, I, Cash must accompany sour order. LOsLEY: : & MuTLOW. TITUSVILLE, FLA. -

fever at Key West and Miami, during the off these diseases?" I G. F. ENcv.Tropic -
past summer. It is surmised that it will Don't wait to try SCOTT'S I Fla.

I also deal somewhat with the relations be- EMULSION "as a last re- I Weather Keport.
tween the state board of health and the sort." There Is i
United States marine hospital service, of equal to it for fortifying the WHITE C. S. WEATHER OB'ERVKR.
the otlicial head. Send Job to The Star Office.
which Dr. Wyinan is
system. Prevention is easy. Highest temperature on the nth, S1.: ; your .

I lowest temperature on the 18th, 30.0. : ,
I Mean for the month :)\1,1! '
x Tax Statement. Scott's ; average mean -

; Tax statement for the month of February I I for 10 years, <>3.2: ; highest mean in 10 years We give you Up-to Date Printing at lowest prices. :
in ISS3, 72.0; lowest: mean in 19 wars in
1000, for taxes assessed and levied Emulsionprevents 1805! 51.2.Rainfall: .

for the year ISO, as per section 3>, chapter in inches, 1.57; average for 23:

.1115-, laws of Florida: consumption and i years, :?.G:?; greatest in 2:5: years in IS'J1: ,

Collected in Amount yet to hosts of other diseases which 16.3: ; least in 23; years in lbS2: 013. Dealerj7EJfIlSBRAMES

Feb., 1900. be collected. attack the weak and those I Number of clear days, 18; number of R. L. MOTLOW, n !

Co.revenue-genlfund. &&SO SSS6.43 with blood.SCOIT'S i fair days, 3; number of cloudy days, 7, 0- c. -- 1 I
School fund------------- t'w.36 11.10JJ.04 poor of with rain. 4.
number day* '
l'o. road and bridge fund, 319S fJU S 2 EMULSION: is i WHISKIr
and forfeiture fund N>oJ: ,S! I Prevailing direction of wind, outheaat. f 4.\
Fine road fund, Dist.2, 4i.o. 1,3di.99 the one standard remedy for 1 Island Home, Merritts Island, Fla. t1\
Special !
? ., .. .. 5, 42.S 3.4 i.9ischool Inflamed throats and lungs, I I -- .. ---- ,
____ i 1 )
29.00 1.M100
i Tolls ( fund) for colds, bronchitis and con- The modern: and most effective cure for AND LIQUORS2F' ALL KINDS. r ;
It is food medi- I constipation and all liver troubles-the -
______ ft3-30 S336KOBA. sumption. a 5 -
Total ------ known attention given to mail orders. C0('OA, FLORIDA.
\ famous little pills as DeWitt's Special _.: \
remarkable A ?
cine of
A. A. STEWART, power. \
s I Little Early Riser 1>. R. Wilson & Son. --- -- 5---5--------- .
I Clerk of Circuit Court. food, because it nourishes the /

body ; and a medicine, because I I For Over Fifty Years GEO. N. HATCH, : : : :

health inspector of Chicago it corrects diseased Stag Wisstow's SOOTHING STROP has been
F. B. Thirkield, I millions of
used for over fifty sears by mothers
says: "Kodol Dyspepsia! Cure cannot conditions. I for their children while teething, with perfect Dealer_in General Merch/ ndise .
soothes the child, soften the
1 recommended too highly. It cured I I success gums ,
be all allays all pain cures wind colic, and Is the best -
'> of dyspepsia." It digests whatYC' 5oc.and$1.00. dnifgists. I remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor ..
me severe indigestion, heartburnand SCOTT& BOWNE, Chemists,Kew York little sufferer Immediately. Sold by Druggistsin consisting of everything"" ;:;; t : i
: eat and cures i every part of the world. Twenty-five centsa usually kept in a ROCKLE I
all forms of dyspepsia. B. K. Wilson bottle. Be sure and ask! for "Mrs. Wins- <: J
I first-class general store
i low'gSoothing Syrup and take no other kind ; :
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toward the Boers, as he has toward one engagement has been the result of

;: ZTOR1ES[ OF f 1 THE[ DOER WAR the United go on forever.States, the Irish questionwill poor showing little to Jack finger or, all Bob pricked'and or Jim the <__ --__..0.-"__- >-: _-' :::'__ __ _ ,_ _' _'_

The Boers carry their religion into roughened. The aforesaid young man

war, but they are not so narrow as to takes the little hand and kisses the fin-

INGENIOUS SCHEMES TO MAKE THE despise the religion of other people. It ger to make It well-and we know the

ENEMY WASTE AMMUNITION. is related that at the battle of Colensoa rest. It takes a diamond ring to cure

Boer soldier came upon the corpse of it. It is'always the forefinger on the

Soer Women and British Prisoner a private of the Connaught rangers. He | left hand. That. the finger for the

Hatred ,GivesVn1' to Mercy, and was stripping the dead body of valuables engagement ring. So setting up all

the Sick and Wounded Are Tenderly when he came upon a crucifix those premises there can be but one
Named suspended by a cord around the brave conclusion:
-Work of the Irish.
man's neck. The burgher gazed with I was In one of our very swellest

: [Special Correspondence.] awe upon the emblem and hastily replaced stores today and there saw a most The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
, CAPE Tows, March The present the booty he had removed. Then, beautiful new silk for summer wear.
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of i
: war Is prolific in strange stories: One covering the dead man's face, he dis It was white twilled India silk, a bright
and has been made under his
': of the most unreasonable Is the report appeared among the hills.CECIL satin luster and crape finish, If you personal c

that the Boers have a lot of wooden HOYT. can imagine such a gathering of beau- supervision since its infancy.

e soldiers operated by electricity which ties. There were scattered here and S Allow no one to deceive ;you in this.
We have saved many doctor bills sincewe there some delicate bunches of hewers All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good" are but
are used to draw I
the British fire. A
.- began using Chamberlain's Cough in faint colors, like wistaria. heather Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of

is correspondent claims to have seen Remedy in our home. We keep a bottle and lilac. The color is In the lighter Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.

these wooden soldiers in operation at open all the time, and whenever any of heliotrope shade most often. The silkis

Ii Pretoria. Controlled by an electric my family or myself begin to catch cold the prettiest of any I ever saw for

, '" battery some distance away, they went we begin to use the Cough Remedy, andas light weight. China crapes are seen In What is CASTORIACastoria

;i' through all the evolutions of an army a result we never have to send away great abundance everywhere. In the

h attacking an enemy. The dummiesvrere for a doctor and incur a large doctor bill, tints now fashionable and the pastels is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare

:1, worked in conjunction with real Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never they are exquisite when trimmed with goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
fails to cure. It is certainly a medicineof rich appliques of lace. The principal
,\, : Boer soldiers and are said to have been contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
merit and worth.-D. Mearkle, cf is because of the flexibility
great beauty
effective in making a feint upon Lady- substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
. general merchant and farmer, Mattie, and draping quality. That is a
it smith and inducing White to spend and allays Fevcrishiiess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
r Bedford county, Pa. For sale by B. R. recommendation for it now, while wo-
! much of his ammunition.
precious Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand
Wilson & Son. men are made to look like inverted
_') : Such mgenuity, however, is not confined -
morning glories, but we shall soon be Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
k to the Boers. It is related that
wearing our clothes after some other Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
J: Borne genius in the besieged Ladysmith SUMMER[ GijWN
style, and china crape will be relegatedto The Children's l"anacThe Mother's Friend.-
._ garrison hit upon a plan to induce the
tea gown fronts and full vests and
f} ----
c: Boers to waste ammunition. During
now They Are Made and of What ties, as it has been for a long time. A
Ii; the night a number of men went out to GENUINE CASTORIA! ALWAYS
'- Material. novelty in sillIs: what is called
a small hill and began to build a fort.
$ [Special Correspondence.] "squares" for waists. They have borders -
; :Before morning they returned to the
NEW YORK, March 13.-While we may and are fringed along the edges. Bears the Signature of
: city. When the Boers discovered the
select any amount of dainty goods to These squares are seven-eighths of a
new fort in the morning they began to
make up into summer attire, we must yard square each, and two are enough
t' cannonade it, which they kept: up all
fr know just how to do it so that the for a full waist, the border and fringe
day. At night a body of men went out
' -., pretty fabric will not be spoiled. In forming the trinrniug. Black silks and
again from Ladysmith and made some
. it the accompanying illustration satin duchesse arc among the handsomest -
one may
e,' and the Boer
; repairs, cannonading was
r see a very neat and girlish frock which of the silks for nice wear. ,
; ii resumed the second morning Finally
I.r can and does serve as foundation for Home dresses and tea gowns are often
, they suspected that something was many variations. The material in this made of black satin, and when judI- The KM You Have
'k BoughtIn
wrong and ceased firing. To comfort Always
is really India ilk of a sort of muddy ciously trimmed they are elegant.
Boer gunners an ambulance party
green called neva, with sprays of white OLIVE HAKPER.MAKCH .
if. went through the form of bringing in
heather over it. The skirt is cut to fit Use For Over 30 Years.
: a number of killed and wounded.
AM Till LION.Something .
in front and over the hips, while in the
;,t The Boer women are an inspirationto THE CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY STREET NEW YORK CITY.
back it is shirred closely for three letter Than the Old Saw. '.:, ,. -' -, : "" ;;;; "
the men, and their hatred of the : : :: :; -- ::i- << ; .l. L-: -
English be an element in retardIng
may -
back, and none but youthful figurescan March often proves false but there Is another
} the advent of peace. The following and a better one which is literally true. ,
bear this especial of adjust-
way - --
extract from When March in anti finds -
a letter written by a leading comes you taking 1
ment. Older or stouter persons need Hood's Sarsaparilla to 4'i'T mCT' Ti'l'r..
.r:: woman of Pretoria expresses a purify, enrich and
the front and side breadths to be ";.ehI vitalize your blood, you may expect when it "i
general sentiment: full"' and the front breadth hollowed goes out, that it will leave you free from that Do You Love
,- "Up to this time all my children who tired feeling and with none of the boils,
t.: are old enough to study have studied out in the center from half an inch to pimples and eruptions which manifest themselves Do You Want to Grow Them? M

! :English, but I pledge word that an inch and a half, according to the because of impure blood in the spring. ROSESND
my h
i stoutness of the wearer. you not already begun taking Hood'sSarsaparilla g
; ; If I can help it my youngest daughter
for your spring medicine, we ad- (: .. 4
Around the bottom it can be tucked, Is handsomely i11" trated and describes J
".}: shall not learn a word of the language vise you to begin today. We assure you it ; the test new and m.,,,t popular roses for *jjj.
;. we have cause to hate. If the English hemmed plainly, hemstitched or rutiled will make you feel better all through the 8 the southland,and gives fall instructions for W
' or trimmed with fiat lines or ribbon or coming summ r.If.llberIIere's. Catalogue Free Upon Application. planting and caring for them. It also w
I win; they will proscribe our language. 8 explains why :
insertion, it have feather-
3f we succeed in driving them out of stitching or or herringbone.may Anythingthat my last picture, "The !t)0t .....OUR FIELD CROWN GRAFTED ROSE BUSHES..... g

will admitof washing and Ironing Cattle." I tell you war's a terrible thing.: 8s are superior to all other for the rose garden. If you hare not succeeded in growing tj
without injury is suitable if adapted to C'nicns-Oh, I don't think it' -RO bad as beautiful roses write to us and we can tell you why. Address iI4

the material which it trims. it's painted.-Philadelphia Record. 8s THE GRIFFING BROS. CO. 2

The French waist is the basis of ,

'$ many very dainty summer dresses.: Going Doun II ill. ; JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

'p'r' t)9dRp Git ''r%y qrppp.r f'1,( r I The front and back: are always gathered People sutiering from kidney diseases feda ....'..1.....>;'."..1.-.....1.,-7..1,7.__' -_''".- '.7..1.....,..-.....1',_'...".a.7....ii'I.J 7..l'l..a.; &.1'I..a.J., _".;. "...l.............l'l..l'l..a.J..1.2..l'l..J.'I..A'I.-U.._,, ...,..........,., .. ......"'."
to a belt, and this may be made gradual but steady loss of btlength: and vi- .
full not tality. They should: lose no time in trying -- ---- -
very or as one wishes, so that
Foley's Kidney Cure(', a guaiauteed: pn'l'amtiou. -
the gathered effect! is observed. The 15. K. \\'ilsuu .: Son.
gathers in the back should be drawn

very close in the center, while thosein Professoro+v, Mr. Doolittle, what !

t, front look better to lie spread more have you learned about your topiCtill'diUllond'

\ \ widely. This style of waist is the best ? Mr. Doolittle: That all women

for wash goods. The sleeves may be believe it harmonizes exactly with their

}I'I'fl elbow, with ruHles of the same, edged com plex i'JlIs.-.J cwdl'r Weekly.Foley's I .
> tG with lace or they may be easy coat

shape, with lace One
trimming. very
Honey and Tar Cough Medicine is
pretty design had a bishop sleeve, laid unquestionably the bit remedy for the
. in featherstitched plaits at both shoulder throat and lung*. Plea-ant: to take and is
r guaranteed. 15. K. Wilson. & Son.Mrs. .
and wrist. them
fitting to the arm,

, and all the rest was left loose. Plaitsare i(

l! f r/ iirrl, laid in front to form a sort of yoke, Newly wed returned in a moment
and offered the man at the backdoor
and over this is laid an arrangementof poor

\ r lace and ribbon, like a yoke. This a new pie of her own baking. "You'll

yoke can be made upon the dress anda find the ax in the pliedKlie said lie

looked at the pie. :She was thinking all
fixture to it, or it may be made sep-
the time of the wood. Which teachts
i UIDERLESS.our that \\e should be eXIlicit.-Ddroit Free

. ,I country, we will at the same time Press.J. r

'r(. drive all English words from our lips: I. IVvry, I/'jranton: l'.L, writes:
, and from those of our children.:' #
"I '
am willing to take Ill) oath that I warureil <
1 The hatred of the Boer women is, of pneumonia entirely by the.use of IfZZnK f' .- TN : \
'I Low ever, tempered with mercy. The One :Minute: Cough; Cure alteriludorsfail-

f i.S .. }'reu<:h consul at Pretoria, in a report ed. It also cured! my children of +whoop mmMKTWIKV

r to his government, says that they are ing cough." (Quickly relieves and cures

doing everything they can to aid the coughs:, colds, croup'rippe and throat

soldiers in the field. "Indeed," he adds, and lung ti on bios. Children like it. TRI-VVEEKLY SAILINGS
'If f tilr illl'
'; 111 Mot hers endorse it. n. K. Wilson I
"hundreds of them are in the field and 1lf : & Son. : : _

form the majority of the working forcein
f. the ambulance and hospital service.In O.A. St T O I*.Z:. L JACKSONVILLE AND NEW YORK

their denunciation of the British jvWey/ Bears the / The Kind You Haw Always! Bought ('aIlill" at Charleston, S. ('.. both ways.

they are far more bitter and outspoken Signature Y# The riufsl Steamship* in UM> oafui*<' Sc'\'icc.

t than the men themselves, but of -- -- --

in their mission of mercy they know no AmStn Tim CIADI' : ".:\\- KXUMIIIn: : sorvimix IJXKSDirect

j" enemies. All the wounded British soldiers A __ SorvKe Ht'twecn. -.
Strong Fortification.
I l' who have fallen into their hands Jacksonville! Boston and Providence, and all eastern points. ,
1 have been treated as brothers and Fortify the body against disease Callini: at (iuulc-ton Uith \\ays. '

friends. The Boer nurses extend to Tutt's SI-MI-\VIIKI.Y SAILING.ixl .
by Liver Pills
f) them the same care that they give to I an !' : rroml.f".,..' \\Ii.irf i:,,-tun. \"rtl'H! .-! 1./111. r".it ri!"<:.iu Street,Jacksonville.CLYIIK'S .

I their own stricken soldiers. We all lute cure for sick headache, dyspepsia -
. .VI'. ..JUII.IU "IU IJAi:.
;. tiiow that dispatches from the British
" army have often referred to the kind sour stomach, malaria, })}.B.\IY LINK

treatment received Ut'tnc',11 .Iltvkaoinlife and San ford.Slopping ft
by their wounded constipation, jaundice biliousness
who are prisoners in the Boer camps." at St. Fnin< P.-n-i'onl iJLin). Blue Springs and other ;
The bravery shown of both sides is and all kindred troubles. iutcriiiwliatf lamliuirSt.! : .I"''uis rivci.Stfiiitiir '.
"Fl IIn: : DKBVKV.IM.. \\". .\. Su \\v. j isappvintedto sail as follows:
overcoming some of the prejudices "The Fly=Wheel of Life"Dr. Leave Jarknonvilhin... Sundays'. Tu -.- which both British and Boers had for Leave Sanford H:lays and Fridays.Soutlilxmnd. .

.-: 1' each other at the beginning of their STYLE FOB MAKING SUMMER GOVTXS.arate Tutt; Your Liver Pills are ____. SCHEDULE.- --- --- Northbound.4

J d.. but the profound hatred still ex- and worn with several dresses. the fly-wheel of life. I shall ever Head down. Read up.Leave .

5. If in the adjustment of peace French waists can be arranged: in so 3 *> pin__-JaeksolVille.----------------------Arrive. 00 andS

,{ honor and self respect of both sides many ways that they arc better than be grateful for the accident that .". pm.-Palatfca.-...-------_.-_ .Leave" 2 h 30 M> pm
3 --
f Ale be maintained, a much kindlier anything else as foundation for summer brought them to notice. I feelas 4 :JO ant-------------------------4. Franri'I; (On pm pal

will be entertained, notwith- dresses, and it is during Lent that my __ u....ft-r-ford ,I)..Luu1L) .? ._.. ".. 12 00 1i u
T.. the bitter bereavements andJr' these are mostly made. It is of if 11iad a new lease of life. ti 00 am -. ._-.HlueSprin.-, -. 11110 amrl.j.I.
part :lwoman's
1 __ xinford h
'J' .\ :{U amii-------- i. colossal losses of the war. penance. I think, and she J. Fairleigh, Platte Cannon, Col. .. 9 _';) :tIII-h' -_Futt rl'rh"n -- u. "_tl 30 am
i fI Another result of the war must be would not be thought to have done her -

t''L1L--: increased admiration for the Irish. duty unless she can show a finger all Tutt's Liver Pills E. B. WAGER, Agent, Titusville, Florida. .

The history of operations so far is roughened by the needle. Society ladies General Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 West Bay Street,Jacksonville, Fla.
largely a recital of the exploits of Irish scorn a sewing; machine and do
wARnnrroN. T. P. A.. F. M. IEONMOXGEE, jr., F. p. A.
\\1' regiments. Whether or tot this will their sewing by hand. That is the reason o \v. H. ,
1'1 state 't.. New York. 201 West Bay St., Jacksonville FlaC.
: have any efft-'. upon the feeling between they have enough of it in one CURtS WIRE ALL ELSE FAILS. 1', L)VELL: .\-"t. Fla. Supt, JXO. L. HOWARD, Superintendent, '
It .. i. Engla I Jad Ireland remains to month to last the whole of the rest of [Best in Cough time.Syrup.Fold by Tastes drugetsts.Good. Use | Foot Hojaa Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Foot Ilojran Street, Jacksonville Fla
iJJfce seen, but,II b$nore than likely that, the year. A little secret I will tell e TIIKO. (:. I:<;IK: ltt 1I. I'. CLYDK & co.. '

e". _-hile John epeof may become mellow anprft'this" .Lenten sewing: More than Traffic Manager Chesebronsh, Building, 19 State street: Sew General York.Agents,
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4' '- THE FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY, MARC 16, 1900. .-

THE FLORIDA STAR The Kentucky Muddle. ever a great political. party in sucha

The storm cloud that made its hole Baltimore Sun.

Entered at the postoffice at Titusville as appearance again in Kentucky the -- --- &
second-class,mail matter Senator Hoar, who opposed seating -
first of the week seems to have sub- : :
Mr. Corbett
as senator from Oregon -
sided. An has
t Ellis B. Wager Editor! and Publisher. arrangement now
and favors
been reached whereby both the seating Mr. Quay as

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. Goebelites and the Taylorites will senator from Pennsylvania, though :4 vTELY'PVRE

await the decision of the court of the cases are essentially alike, said

SUBSCRIPTION, 81.50' PER ANNUM; appeals, the highest tribunal within that Mr. Mantle, of Montana, and Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
two other senators-elect had been ,
that state. To a man up a tree

Advertising Bates Furnished on it seems as though Governor Taylor rejected because they were silver-

+- 1 Application. as he styles himself, is losing itesand,| the senate had determinedto The Death Penalty.
t repeal the silver purchase law.
official prestige nearly every day; The Universalist state conference, aftera
Communications on live topics especially According to the gentleman from in Pensacola
i and it is quite apparent that better few days'session adjourn.
of local interest, are solicited. Bat the editor Events
Bits of Information About Various
. reserves the right to condense them to suit. judgment has taken hold of the Massachusetts, the senate claims ed Saturday. Among other late actions >'f
Brief items of the of its Occurring at Different Florida Points. taken the of the ..
neighborhood. news always in their deciding not right electing own memers. was adoption following if.".
desired. Republicans > .-N. Y. Journal of Commerce.The Jacksonville Metropolis: Hon. Fred T. resolution against capital punishment:
A V to force matters any further'againsthe Myers is on a handshaking tour in South "Resolved, That the death penalty is '-':I
It must be clearly understood that neither
: of their
decision own state Florida. un-Christian; a system of retaliation and
THE; STAB nor its editor is responsible for opprobrium of cabinet
opinions expressed by correspondents. courts, which has thus far been ser- Jacksonville is to have a soap factory. barbarism, which cheapens human life; 1
:. against them. vice has been shifted around a i. The machinery for the new enterprisewill a form of legal murder which increases- 1f

. **" Subscribers will confer a favor on THE Civil in that state has great deal. It went in some degree cost $15,001)() the crime of murder instead of remedying ,
war no
' STAB if they will notify us of any failure to from General to it. It cannot have the sanction of
'' '. ,receive their paper. doubt been averted by the forbear- Attorney Griggs The Vanderbilt party, that has been at ,.
Secretary of War Alger. Gen. Algerwas Palm Beach, for a while past, had their any follower of Christ or any Christian ".; ;
of the Democrats for had i'
ance they
rid of the attached train 74 church. We, therefore, protest against j-
1 t got through diplo- private cars to yesterday -
: .
Looking to Peace. shown the same reckless disregardfor north. capital punishment, and recommendthat ::
macy of the late Vice President afternoon, returning '
the law that the Republicanshave our people use their influence '
t f.;.;..: The English now occupy Bloem- there \would Hobart and the next man for the The Social Democrats have organizedin for its abolition and the substitution of ,"
< I- fontein, and the South African war undoubtedlyhave public displeasure to fall on was Tampa. Col.! J. A. Turner, a well a form of punishment in accord with the- :r.i

. t can certainly be considered at least been a collision that would secretary of the Treasury Gage. known gentleman, has been chosen president doctrines of our divine Master." -f
have cost many lives. A great of the local branch. This organization .
half over if not more. When it is Now his case has been rendered less :
' will blame Governor t is carrying out the ideas expoundedby -
many Good Roads Convention.
:. i ended England will dictate the for the stand he conspicuous by the troubles of Eugene V. Debs. :j
Taylor partisan
k terms of peace, and it is quite evident secretary of State Hay. Mr. Gageis From present indications the state good' ;j l
has taken for he Henry Graham, who has been
as a lawyer, un- roads convention which will meet in Orlando l .
that there will be 1,
\ no independent a nice enough man to be entitledto jail at Fort flyers for about one year,
derstood the laws of '
.., Kentucky March 22-23, will go beyond the |
( states in South Africa. some rest. His troubles will come entered a plea of guilty for manslaughterand
1 well enough to know that whenthe highest expectations of its promoters. :{
The sympathy of the people was sentenced for ten at hard
gent again soon enough.-Cincinnati years
legislature decided against him lion W. L. Palmer, chairman of the >!
V erally is with the Boers for they labor. The other two Grahams are still
Enquirer. committee is *
on arrangements, daily receiving F
he well have
might as stepped at with of
large, no prospects recapture. '
r. were forced to fight or grant terms numerous letters from prominent
f ; that Great Britain demanded of down and out of the high positionhe The people of the United States Jacksonville Xews: Capital punishmentis men in all portions of the state who sit '

them. These terms included concessions has been seeking to hold. want a canal across the isthmus already forbidden by law in Rhode nify their intention to be in attendanceupon

y to the outlanders which The announcement that the matter and they want work begun as soon Island[ Colorado Maine, Minnesota and the convention. It is thought that j
:( t will be left for the courts to decide i Wisconsin, and judging from last week'sghastly Hon. James Wilson and Gen. Roy Stoneof 1
:. would have taken the control of as possible. They, as a rule, don'tspecially exhibition of official incompetency -
the United States department of agriculture o
gives a feeling of relief all
r .. the Transvaal from the Boers and care whether it is to be a in Pensacola, in which a condemned will be induced to attend. Col. -

f transferred it to strangers, and then through the country as well as letting Panama canal or a Nicaragua canal, criminal was hung twice, it might be wellto M. 0. Elderige:, of the United States division T;

I: : England's will would have been up the great tension that has and the one easiest dug and earliest abolish the death penalty in this stateas of road inquiry, will be present :

.! ':. supreme.It been existing in that state for weeks. completed will please them if well. and deliver an illustrated lecture, and '

4- is probably Great Britain's intention The only stumbling block that it answers all the purposes of a ship The Tampa carnival has been postponed. other men of national reputation will be '|
to in the The leading factors in the project in attendance. The is being r
seems likely get way now program now *
: :f while she has a large and canal. What they want their senators -
those who worked and
for the adjustment of this questionis planned tirelesslyfor carefully prepared, and will be made 3
well-equipped army in South Africa that and congressmen to do is to its success'-took this step at an infor- public in a few days. Aside from other f

_. to put it out of the power of Governor Taylor may takea select the best and most available mal meeting last Wednesday. It seems attractions will be a fair exhibit, em- J

the Boers to give them any further notion to hold out again should route, appropriate the money for the burden of the labor necessary to the bracing field crops, garden crops. manufacture J

trouble in that section in future. the court of appeals decide against constructing the canal, and at the success of the carnival fell upon a few art, etc., and will bean interesting -,.J'
him. men, and the work was more than couldbe
feature to the occasion. The court &
The Boers should now make tame time respect the rights of
In the minds of there accomplished in the limited time be- house auditorium will be used for the A
many _
the best terms possible for other nations.-Nashville American. '
: peace on fore April 2nd. The c jrnival will beheld meetings of the convention.
arises the how this
they have nothing to gain by further question as sometime in the summer or in the fall.

't' f.:: sacrifice of life and property. vexed matter will affect politic In many of the orange groves of the Conductor Kills Xe ro. ,

!' r They have put up a noble fight in Kentucky next fall''hich There are thousands upon thousands immediate section around Orlando fruit The opening of ft
so many turpentine
will it help, the Republicans or the of pensions being paid out to buds their
and won the admiration of the are making appearance in pro- camps, while it brings much business, is.
world, and while they could con- Democrats? The Republicans may those who are undeserving, to those fusion. While a large percentage of the I also bringing a very undesirable class of i

tinue it for some time longer and make a huge eflort to carry the who were camp followers::; and sut- grove were practically wiped out by the I citizens in the many desperate characters

make it expensive for the state to show that Col. Tavlor was lers' clerks. These robberies could disaster: of five years ago, those that escaped I among the negro operatives, says a report

British, they very should not be reckless elected governor, but on the other be discovered and stopped if a law rate that serious is altogether damage are gratifying coming to on own-at a from Cedar Keys. As the southbound
land it is doubtful if the Demo- passenger train halted at Rosewood, a few
/ in the extreme, but use their was passed making it obligatoryupon ers. One of the most )promising young miles north of that place, Saturday evening -
crats who opposed Goebel will give the to is that of Mr. C. B. Thornton i!
diplomacy now to the best advantage government publish a groves ; the conductor, Capt. Joe Beckham,
for a settlement. the Republicans any assistance. As list of the pensioners in every coml1lunih" the northern portion of that city. The discovered two negroes who had beaten

..... they were simply opposed to Goe- Efforts to secure such a tree \\ere planted two years ago, and are their way from the station bejond. On ,
hel on account of personal matter law have been made, but the pension now blooming quite freely. From present: his forbidding them to attempt the game
h indications tlu
New Banks. it is but fair to suppose that as he sharks have always been able bear fruit this ee-fourths of them will again, he was answered by an insulting

. t' It is the very general impressionthat is no longer I living they will go to defeat them on the ground that vear. I I.' epithet, and one of them pulled a revolver -
and fired !blank
point at
It,. one effect of the refunding back into the regular Democratic or- such a publication would "humil- Weekly Weather Report. |!who was sitting in his baggage Beckhain car d-x r. j

)t provision of the financial bill will ganization. But that there will continue iate the old soldier" There can be U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WEATHER J i',1s soon as the conductor could secure bis

be the establishment of a great to be bitter feeling betweenthe nl) humiliation in it. The deserving BCKKAU. I J revolver from his grip he stepped to the

.. many small banks. One banker two great parties is only reasonable pensioner is an honor to his awl Comparative rainfall for statement the week of temperatures door, and was met by a second shot, one
ending Tuesday,
r expresses the opinion that as many to suppose, and it is likely to country. The dishonest and undeserving )[ch. 13, H'OO. I'. of the balls pasting{ through his coat. The

'J as 2,000 additional national bank last, too, for some time to com pensioner;; should be 1900 1899 I conductor sprang to the ground, and ordered -
DATE. MAX. IU1'MAX.. MIX. i i the man to stop, as he would put I
charters will be taken out within eliminated.i The pension roll .Mch.., 7. 70 69! 61 41 j j him under arrest. The negro fired third

1 the next fix months or a year. EDITORIAL COMMENT.If should be a roll of honor.Memphis .,.. a S. 77 78 CS fig 70 fiO .it 43 !i I' tim, when Cant. Beckham fired three

: I Assuming that this estimate is Commercial: Appeal. 10.\ \;7 57 71 55 times in rapid succession. The negro ran j
11. 7 I 55 75 Go; i about one hundred yards and fell dead
\ correct it is the j ,
pretty near supposedthat
{ court should "
11 supreme le- 1;. SI 53 7* 67 I
.. his
{) the most of the new banks side that the acquisition of Porto MI MS.Mr. 13. 71 /i.'t 7J! 70 I pistol still grasped in his hand. 1

f will be in the south and west Uico carried with it an extensionof A. :S. I'iatt and family are occupying Total rainfall for the week. 'T." ,
Mrs. M. C. Minis' house. Departure: from the normal rainfall for the I Shake Into Your Shoes
where in the rural district then the
I constitution over that island '
week minus .r: /0 inch. i j Allen's Fcot-Ease
1 is a want of currency. It may be it would create an interesting situ Mr. F. II. Sackett took another party Departure from normal rainfall since Jan. I a powder. It cures yI
painful, smarting, nervous feet and in-
to the beach 1st, 11)00, plus .!ll ilJch. I !
Tuesday: in the ( Jem.We ..1
that in all of the
' parts country a tion in the Philippines.-New York i HAL P. HARDIN, growing nails, and instantly takes the .
} considerable! percentage of the statebanks \V o rill. hear that a large pal ty bicyclists! Observer Weather Bureau. I sting out of corns and bunions. It's the
, ( will become national hanks .- vbitedIims and La(irange Sunday eve Jupiter, Fla., Mch. 13. 19UO.> greatest comfort discovery of the age.Allen's .
ning.Mrs.. Foot Ease makes tight or new
i. } The advantages of national bank The interests of all the people Kunice; Schofield leaves Saturday Lewis Ienuio.alpm:: Ind., says: "Ko- ( shoes feel easIt is a certain cure for '
circulation under the proposed:: la\twill lemand that the ship subsidy: hill 1 on dol I Dj j+epshi Cure did me more good1 sweating, callous and hot, tired, aching
\ be much greater than be defeated. Important interots to complete her term school: at than anything I ever took." It digest i. feet. Try it today. Sold by all druggists;
' very White City. what you eat and cannot help !but cure 'j and !'hoetorl By mail for 25c in stamps.
they are at present.: The tax 01 of the northwest and west are seriously firs Charles Einmons and daughter .dyppep.-ia: and stomach trouble I>. 1:. : Trial{ package free. Address, Allen{ S. Olm-

: circulation will be only half whatit menaced by the possibility have returned to Minis, after visiting I I Wilt-on & .Son._,_ !1I i iA stead, Le, Roy, X. Y., ,
is now and the banks will b(' of the enactment of such a law.=- Rockle-dge and Melbourne.Mr. - --
Pander :Mill i\|>!o.inn
able to get bonds on which to base Chicago Record. .
M. II. Ilaruett left lt: week for(
Removes; everything in sight;: !so do1! CASTORIAFor
circulation at a very small preen his )home in Springfield, Mass. Mrs drastic llIil l'r:1ll'ill but lxth are mighty: i idangerous
) ium. Besides, circulation will b e i Xo one knows better than Gen Barnett will remain some time longer. Don't dynamite the delicate i i Infants and Children

, ( allowed up to the face value of the Harrison himself the practical dif 1 That the recent cold weather did wen machinery of your 1 liody with calomel, i The Kind You Have
oil aloes
' croton or pillshen King'sNew ; Always BoughtBears
: ., bonds. At present circulation for: ficulty of heading off:\ \IcKinley little damage in this neighborhood i f Life Pills which are gentle a a summer ]

only 90 per cent. of the face valu< from re-nomination. E"enIr.. shown by the large number of orange breeze, do the work perfectly. Cures i the
trees in bud and bto-t'Om. headache, constipation. Only 1'oc: at P. 1t1Signature #
Blaine failed ;
: : of bonds can be obtained, and tin in such an eflbr of .
K. Wilson iV Son's 1
drug store.
; !
4 per cent. bonds, about the only against Gen. Harrison in 1S9'2! and Miss: Mary IJmtu returned )Ion avfrolll
. a short-visit to I'alatka, where she --
Mr. Blame -
kind available, command a was a very popular
preen main n
was guest of Mrs. (Sen. I5adeau, who
ium of between 30 and 40 per cent the Republican party. The is spending some weeks at the Putnam

h There may be some wild cat president now, like the presiden House this winter. "1111: BABIES' a quarter of a cen

banking done under the provision then, has a superb machine to support T FRIEND'/llrR/ Foley's Honey and

f" of the new bill, and some reckles sf him. So far as delegates an Sad Accident. POLES has been curing .'t

f f'"' / banking on deposits, but as a newI concerned, it is quite irresK-table An unusually sad accident occurred at of croup and 1

.bank is not likely to secure a '"cry -Springfield Mass) Republican Palm Beach Saturday afternoon. Walter, I ; ;3i whooping cough. In that time

t I .tgc deposit fund until it has .... ..,.. the ;...Je lI'-olll son of Captain and Mrs. 1 4 it has saved thousands of little

loved itself worthy of confidence, The Republican leaders in congress l'. H. Hendrickson, who lire two miles d' ,/4 1, lives and every year it goes on ,
north of there on the lake front, wandered ': 14 ; saving more. Physicians who
: Sere is little fear in this line. have got to their wits em:t from the r' _.\ have
away bui:-e.and when missed tested it know Foley'sHoney
l There is a varying difference of and at the same time to the end of could not be found. The members of iHOHEPUBfrORTHl and Tar is the best med

"r' opinion among bankers as to jus their rope. They admit their own the family searched for an hour in vain. 1L : icine for little folks and

_/ what extent the volume of pape utter helplessness and incompetency The search was continued all night, almost 1 much superior to the old time

, 1\ ;,- currency will be increased. Thos e in the face of inevitable problems being even gone rod over of, ground while in another the vicinity lUroalCbestPMDBT> rr C muriate ammonia mixtures, so

1./ who have for presented by the situation party often
a reputation looked along the lake !'horc.bout S prescribed by doctors and
7 conservative and experienced ar e which they, themselves, through o'clock Sunday morning; the body of the ai dLl1Q which are so often ineffective.

-" of the opinion; that the increasi e their own weakness and folly anttheir i little fellow was discovered in the lake : It's entirely free from opiates and
:, it's
will not b{ ve jj e than $100,000,000 blind dependence upon the near the dock in front of firs Hendrickson's FOIEY&CO Little unconditionally folks like guaranteed.

kAn increas Df this amount, how blind leadership of President DIn e- stor A schooner was moored at
the wharf and the child probably climbed CHICAGO ill BANNER SALVE is the
have created greatest
for their
ever, won't largely felt i Kinley, own
very aboard that while at play, and from healer known.
the Iffi .ne ; itorld. utter confusion. When was there there fell into the water unseen .

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f F' ; as yet free' from the must of age, re- Revere,Boston; restoration of old redoubt I!I Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble hundred bUShIs\I..
1 8 SOME[ PATRIOTIC WOMEN veals many things of Interest. There at Fort_ Pitt; tablet to Ethan I TWO
are and ocer,00 everystate. chapters and section of the of.society the Allen, memorial to Thomas Johnson, : and Don't Know it. Potatoes remove .

I first governor of Maryland; cairn In How To Find Ottt.

? 1 iSOCIETY'OF ,DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN country Impossible Is to represented.record It would be memory of Abigail .Adams, monumentto Fill a bottle or common glass with your eighty pounds of "actual" Pot
within the limits
Ebenezer Adams at Kingston, R. I., water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
I_ 'r. ', .REVOLUTION.- o f this correspondence the praiseworthy and scores of others too many to men- sediment or set- ash from the soil. One thousand '
ti ....1 and Important works of the varifas tion. tling indicates an

'( '' .:],',4, IA. Peep Into the Dos y, Headquarter < chapters, out some of the things While the results have not been soattracthe unhealthy condi- pounds of fertilizer, containing .;
', accomplished'by the society merit tion of the kid-
; at Waahlnglou-Getting special as In other fields
Ready For probablythe
neys; if it stains 8 "actual" Potash :
recognition.In :1
c .
r N < the Lafayette ,Statue Presentation. most colossal work of the Daughters linen it is
I:.' r 'I)| noble Works of the Society. the late war nurses and physicians has been the hunting up of the your evidence of kid- will supply just the amount "'I
from ; :
\ I [Special among the Daughters from every unmarked graves of Revolutionary he- ney trouble; too .,
-- I state
; I WASIIEGTOX of the Union worked side by side roes. In obscure corners of cemeteries frequent desire to needed. If there is a deficiency J
March. 13.-In in
recent the West Indies, and are yet so it in
throughout a large portion of the country pass pain
: jears Washington has become quite working In the far orient, influencing these graves have been found by the back is also of Potash, there will be 1

: popular as a headquarters for national more than any one can estimate the the persistent efforts of the Daughters, convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder ,

t. : organizations, social economic and ed renewal of cordial relations between the mounds have been restored, monuments are out of order.What to Do. a falling-off in the crop. i;

" .. ucational. No less than a dozen great Union formerly and antagonistic sections of the erected and the last resting There is comfort in tl miowledge so We have some valuable I j
blotting out the last
';i organizations have established here vestigeof places of the heroes beautified. It is often expressed, that Dr. -; .'s Swamp- j
; their national clearing houses. The an unfriendliness which, be it said the especial duty of the chapters to Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every books telling about composition .1

: busiest of these ever so gently, has been alleged to have decorate 'these graves on the anniversaries wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the ji i
at present been fostered with more vigor by the back and
value of fertilizers
of the battles in which the silent kidneys, liver bladder and every part use
..f' probably that of the Daughtersof women than by the men. of the urinary passage. It corrects inability ;
I tenants bore part. The researches in
:. the American Revolution. The annual /fhe work of the society In the late this field are unlimited and the work to hold water and scalding pain in passing for various crops. They aref- i i
convention of this association war with Spain, and continuing in the It, or bad effects following use of liquor, ..
I : Philippine war, is simply i&digious, goes on unceasingly. While it Is probable wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant sent free. .< :
that the presentation of the Lafa-
but so quietly was it done, and with so necessity of being compelled to go often GERMAN KALI WORKS '
I': yette statue to Paris has done more to during the day, and to get times ';
ctter a lack of thought'of exploitation -, up many 93 Nassau St., New York. ,-
i any call public attention to the Daughtersof during the night. The mild and the extraordinary -
l t _rr I or advertisement, that it has the American Revolution, it Is by effect of Swamp.Root is soon .
passed almost unnoticed. the more tender and simpler acts that realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful -

I The total number of nurses having the society has taken hold upon the affections cures of the most distressing cases. National Bank of
J \ '" army contracts previous to July 1, If you need a medicine you should have the
of the of the
: 1809; was 1,303, and of this number great masses best. Sold by druggists in We. and$1. sizes.
: 1,081 were indorsed by the society after people. SAMUEL HUBBARD. You may have a sample bottle of this

" ;.' due examination. Many of these nurses It is very hard to stand idly by and see wonderful discovery f; the State of Florida
< "' ; -
and that tells .
: a :!Il. :=;::
have died in the service and dear .
among j our ones suffer while awaiting the more about it,both sent ; ;' at8
fI, >,' i i' the dead were several professional ; arrival of the doctor. An Albany (X. Y.) absolutely free by mail, ;' "H .

physicians of tine abilities, whose pros- I dairyman called at a drag store there for address Dr. Kilmer & Home of Swamp-Root STATE AND CITY DEPOSITARY,
pects in life were of the brightest.In a doctor to come and see his child then"ery Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing mention .
!., addition to furnishing nurses and I \ sick with croup. Not finding the reading this generous offer in this paper. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. t'

, physicians the chapters have contributed doctor in, he ]left word for him to come --- -- --- -- -- -- ,
money and supplies in immeasurable at once on his return. lIe also bought a PROFESSIONAL CARDS.KOUBINS .

amounts and quantities. Soldiers bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,

. that were being transported whIch he hoped would give some relief & GRAHAM, $100,000.Accounts
. through cities and towns where chap- until the doctor should arrive. In a few Capital, :

f ft ters exist were supplied with necessi- hours he returned, saying the doctor need TTOHXI YS.\T-L.\, ___

, ties and delicacies, and those who were not come, as the child was much better. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. o

f ,. 111 were given the tenderest care. Fur- The druggist: )Ir. Otto Scholz, says the : ,
fI. Office hours-10 to 12 and 2 tot of Firms Banks and i
I. thermore, the society assisted in refit- family has since recommended Chamber- a. mn p m. I ,
,L- Will practice in all courts, state and federal. I
ting as a floating hospital, with every lain's Cough Remedy to 'their neighborsand Special facilities for examining and perfecting Individuals Solicited.

,t MRS. DANIEL MANNING.held known scientific appliance, the ship friends until he has a constant demand land titles.
' -also in this city, and tl e interest Bay State which the '
: \ transported to for it from that part of the country.For ,',
: displayed in its affairs by congress has north thousands of sick and wounded sale by B. 11. Wilson & Son. I). L. OAl'MKX,

-l! : brought the Daughters into unusual from Cuba, Porto Rico and southern OFFICERS : ,

t .'.-.; prominence. The government's in camps. Xot only were the ailing and "So your little brother is ill, is he?" ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, HENRY B. TOMPKINS, President.E. :1 \

;: : dorsement of the society's representa- wounded nursed back to life when that !'airlIrs.. Ilojak to- Freddy Tomdik. TrrrsviLLE, FLORIDA. T. SHUBRICK, Vice-President i j
i, '-. tine at the unveiling of the Lafayette was possible, but the restored ones "What is the matter with him?" "I don't Tnos. P. PEXHAST, Cashier. t '

_: statue, which is to take place this summer were sent to their homes and work know, ma'am. The doctors won't let me County judge of Brevard county AVill practice JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier. f
1: in Paris, and the introduction of found for those who had lost their po- see him because he has a contiguous dig iu of all Florida.the courts of the ?th judicial circuit DIRECTORS : 1

the bill in' the senate by Senator De- sitions.In ease.-Harper's I azar. If
I -- -- ----
pew for a national university at Washington another field, perhaps more per - DUNCAN C. l-LJTClum: J. X. STOCKTON, ALIJIOX W. KNIGHT, .
in accordance with a resolution meated by :sentiment: and the one Half The World In Iarknt.!> E. T. Su l:' RICK, H.Y)(() m D. KXIGHT, ...

, passed by the Daughters, are among which is just now attracting the most as to the cause of their health, mill they doc ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tuos.W. A. P.HALLOWES DKNII\M, Kicn'n WM. H McLAucmix BIKER, ,

I the notable incidents associated recent attention to the society, it has accomplished tor for everything except the right thing,and HENRY B. TOMPKIXS. 4
ly with that organization. wonders. Scenes that are dear that is the stomach. Nearly all kinds of ill .
, A visit to the headquarters of the Americans through past associations ness originate in the stomach Take Dr. --- -- -- 61 J
Daughters in the trust and loan building i have been marked Loyal Ford's Dyspepticide and get your stomach Cotton and Linen
by monuments. working properly. B. K. Wilson & Sou. M, GOLD I1TII,
these clays shows a busy beehive, and monuments have been erected 'j

where all the bees are queens. -Mrs. by the society, commemorating the Jack Slowboy (about to propose): Miss A TTOr.X y-.\T-1.W, .Netting

Daniel Manning, the president of the deeds of patriot men and women. Halls Ethel, I know I am unworthy of you- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA ,!?

:society, and the delegate who will of and dwellings: associated with the Revolution She (who has been receiving! his attentions l1t
- - --- ----
ficiate at the presentation of the Lafayette have been restored and theirlasting nearly three }.earsDon't you thinyou've Prosecuting attorney fur Brevard county.

statue by the society to Paris, preservation provided for, and been a long time finding it out?- Xotary public. Will practice in all courts. of : rt
l; was busily engaged when I called f in relics and manuscripts have been collected Puck. the s ate. -

-getting her official work in order and and placed where they will be I..i{

3n preparing for her trip to the French preserved and may be seen by coming Dr. Loyal }'ord'" J.p'l'el'tidde A. I). I'KXNKV, Fishing Tackle'

,capital. generations. I Is the new and perfect cure for indigestionlyipcpsii. ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, Superior quality Linen Gill
.x "The growth of our society and the In San Francisco the chapters have i con'-tip'\tiflD and heartburn, sick
I addition of chapters," said Mrs. Manning collected what is probably the most interesting headache\ and all ills from poor dil' tiou. It TlTrsr"1LLe. FLORID Netting- made from Knox'sScotch 4
i makes the stomach right. U. U.Wilson!t Son Thread.
"make considerable work for of Revolutionary relics to be
this office, and, as you see, keep me found in any one spot in the country. \\'i\l practice in the courts of the 7th judicial Samples and estimates cheerfully furnished.
"What a little circuit. Corks, Leads Lines
fine-looking boy, exclaimed etc
pretty busy. And she pointed to a large .\. pretty bit of Pacific coast :sentimentwas ; '

pile of correspondence on "the table. the planting by Sequoia chapter oSari f old is he.the" "You're good-natured not connected woman. "How with t JAMES .\ IHaWS, J. S. JOHNSON & CO -;j.:t

"Of course my coming official visit to Francisco of a young sequoia tree, "
the railroad ? asked the ,
are suspicions Manufacturers.
Paris adds considerably to my labors the earth for whose roots was contributed you ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
mother. "Certainly not." "Welle 121 South St. BALTIMORE
Just at this time, but I am not complaining by eastern Daughters;: from th MD.
just wait until the conductor out of Main otlice and
gets address, Tibbals, Florida.
I look forward soil of
aa with pleasurable historic battlefields, and by the Jt
hearing and I'll tell you.-ChicagoPost. Office at Fort Pierre, Fla., upon the 2nd and
anticipation to the event. Our French government from the grave of 4th Fridays of each month. USE ?
organization is deeply sensible of the Lafayette, the trowel used being of silver Will practice in all the courts of the 7th
honor which rests upon it in this matter and in a ha: le made: from the "A Single Fa..tIs judicial circuit of Florida.
and we fully appreciate there wood of a magnolia tree planted at worth a shipload ofarjrunicnt." What shad --- ---
be said, then, of thousands of fact.- t\ery F. J. WKIiH,
.. sponsibility we have cheerfully taken Mount Vernon by Washintoll.10;: cure by Hood's S.irxipuriILi is a t'.u-t, present
upon ourselves and the complimentpaid this chapter commemorated the anniversary i- lug the strongest poM-iMe evidence of tin }..TTOP.XEY-\T-L.\, "
us by the government through its of the battle of Yorktown by merit of this medicine. Thousands and thousands SEND FOR
of such facts that Hood's CATALOGUE.THE .
prove .Xirsapa\ -
recognition of our representative. The the planting; of a historic arch composed
rilla will cure alll\i"ca"'l's\ caused or promotedby
statue we present to France is a wag;: of 13 trees, a tree being contributed impure Muo It ithe best medicine Will practice in the court of the nth judiiial ;1'j
nifieeut work of art and the gift is one by each one of the original; state; money ran Imy.11111igl'stiun circuit.M. t
H. &W. B. DREW: %
that Americans the nausea are cured by Hood's Pill
may justly take Pennsylvania tree being planted as
pride in, and one that Paris may' with the keystone.The I). L. IKI SODcntixt.\ COMPANY. &1 f 1 1JACKSONVILLE
Joe-How do like yourautoinoliile'? i KS '
out hesitation give i a prominent place reports made at the recent convention you Ii3l U1
Jim Horrid
monotonous. I like to rid
.among her examples of high art." in Washington; the main features e' -i A. 9 t
behind something that will kick the
"You much intended in the of which ;
are very were subsequently laid
dashboard once in a \\lule.-lntlianapol Office at residence first door south of the
society's proposal for a national uni. before congress, cover the work in this f ) county jail. Only first class work, J.
;Tersity, are you not?" I remarked. field accomplished by the society. The is at greatly fl'lhh.'c.ll'rin.".
"Oh, yes, that is one of our pot projects reports are full of surprises for those Uo-t !':.he in the World TITt'S"II.I.E'I.cmI)),\. .. ,

and we were more than pleasedat 1 who are not acquainted with what has Is B.inner Salve. It is made from a pre-crip- --- -. --- .
the introduction of the bill by Sen- been hale' by those patriotic women. lion l>yi world wide known skin t=jKiiiliotand >aMiiua High!*, Flu.:
Some of the is toMtive-Iy the most healing salve for Dr. llouijliton'sFloating !
ator Depeu'so soon after we had adopted more important completed Driller in awl
I'iks. burns scalds, ulcers, riuuiin and Hl'utalIartml'uts
resolution. Our il is memorials, for which the sores }
our organization society all skin diseases. 15. 1:. Wilson &Suii.:
not alone in the belief that the natioi;, contributed in whole or in part, are VELLOW PINK

should establish a great university, and the beautiful Mary_ Washington nionuMONUMENT The servant ;girl famine wa at its; O.V AM) CYPRESS lUMBER ;

we believe that everybody will agree height. "IX you think you can do genera TillDENTOS jaMM

j' with us that it should be located at the work around the house" asked the .-..- Fruit and Vegetable Crates. I
capital. Taking everything;: into consideration mother of the family. "I guess toma'am ----

we are in a very complaisant; ," replied the young man who ha.1 \'W \T

frame of mind regarding our society., applied for the place. "I've been workiniu 1'.rlli t.r\i: II E-tiiuate< furnished for Complete bills of
Our recent convention placed our representative !;:.I'lherto[ he delivered\ at
a roundhouse for the la-t: year: an'half. :t- any point on theHodgson
j Ka-tC. t. -
members a pleasant at :"Yonkers gazette.Prev'euttd .
' titude toward the nation's lawmakers,

I } and the delegates were deeply impressed a Traqe; ljTimely -. KodollDyspepsia Bros. t
\ with the consideration shown ,
.. !iP information given Mr: <<< ;K-OISJ: c
'h them individually and collectively by } .,1, 5 1J., ,1\1\ b lll"t Lane. ot' New :Mrait-svilJe.: : (Midi.\.t.hted (.IMKAL .
W i. congress." :;. !I \! ;111 It""' I J\t ? ''i .(, I a dreadful tragedy and saved t\\o h\t., I
J Though the Daughters of the American ;'} all ,/ 'i. : "" I aZ't 'o'J''O\" ; 0, I A frightful CIII1h.: had long kept hci'; Cure 3inilCII.i.\TS...
Revolution Is a comparativelyyoung .!.J'" -: awake every ni:!iit. She had tried main' .

society, having been organizedless : HOUSE AT GKOTOX CONX remedies and doctors; but steadily .rr\\\- Eau Gallie, Fla. /'it 1.t

than ten years ago, it has accomplished meat and lodge; at Fredoricksburg. Va. worse until urged to try Dr. King'sDiscovery. \ew Digests what you eat.
One little wholly cure-1
much its chosen lines the of the mother of Wa-hing- her Goods \
along grave and she writes this marvelous medicine Hart iti'-iaUv digits the food and aids Dry Clothing, r
and is one of the best known associations ton being actually rescued from a sale; also cured Mr. Lon:, of a severe attack of I Mature in HK'Ugthenuig and recoil ,

of women in the country. ThE e at auction, the Monument house at pneumonia. :Such Curesare positive proof strutting tile (exhausted digestive} : or- HOOTS A.nois, .-.- t1I.'nDn'.uu
sentiment of patriotism associated withIts ) Groton, ('onn.; monuments at N'orwalk of the matchless merit of this ;grand rem 1 gtn:;. It tthlattsttiiscoceretldigestantandtonic. -

;4k name the personnel of its membership upon the site of the first settlement and edy for curing all throat, chest and lam i;! Ko other }preparation ;. raioccRiES, "' .
the Rocks troubles. ( nly :oOf.\ and ?1.00. eVl'nbot{ [ can approach it in etl ciency. It in-
and its undertakings naturally! of the "Rattle of ; restoration j IMI.VTN A.\D OILS ETC, '
t make it of interest to every American of several rooms of the Wallacehouse1. tie :ruarantee,l: Trial bottler free at'B. h. j stantly relieve and permanently Heartburn "

'Founded for the purpose of perpetuating :. Somerville. N. J.. which wasWashington's \rilOIlnn's: drug; tore. C Flatulence Dyspepsia,, Indigestion Sour Stomach, Nausea,, Steam Launch for Charter. ; "

the spirit of the Revolution composed ; headquarters in 17sl; Sick Headache GastraIgiaCrarnps and --- -- -

, of the descendems of the heroes tablet to commemorate the visit of Lafayette WANTED large-Hornet house man: salary or wunvm$
of the Revolution, one of the great to Utica in !>-:i. erected b,' and expenses, with increase: i>osition I [Price Srk'.and fl. Large; size contains 2H times I tr Beared by
epochs In the history of the world, i t Oneida chapter; restoration of the ban permanent; inclose self-addressed atmpr 1 small sue. Book all about 0) found an unlimited field for its opera quoting room in old Independence hall, envelope. MANAGER, 330 Caston lid?., I Ir Prepared by E. C. DeWITT & CO. Chicago j II THEM T RECORD, ,tJ

;\ tlons. A glance through the archives, Philadelphia; tableton_ house .of Paul Chicago. SuM l y B. E. Wilson \: :'vu. I Subscriptions to The Patent Re} ,o tnntJm.w Md.. r


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C CURRENT I LOCAL ll LCON1CS.O He was in the famous battle of Olustee, rested in Dade several months
ago on
.. fought in this state, wherein he was an LATEST l I NEWS AND D INCIDENTS.[ I the serious charge of poisoning a family. INDIAN RIVER HIPPUS. I

officer in one of the New York regiments \ Mr. Atkinson proceeded on to Jackson ...
Brief Mention of What Ig Going On In engaged, and he can relate some nterest- J Blatters of Interest That Are Happening ville from here. Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs {
: and About Tltuivllle. ing experiences in connection with that | '
Send watches fight. Around Town. Mr. J. J. Deal, of Jonesville, Michigan, at Towns Along the Coast !
your repairs to W. M.
Mr. Wm.
:M. Brown went to Miami
Woodward Titusville. the senior member of the firm of J. J.
guaranteed. OAK '
Bicycle Races. Wednesday. Deal & Son, of that city, who is travelingover ,
G. Nolle and daughter, Clara, left School Superintendent Sams paid our Florida to escape some of the cold Mrs. E. A. Marsh has returned from V
Tuesday afternoon for Shiloh Bicycle races for the medals were held Camp .
where Cassadaga.Mrs.
last town a flying visit Wednesday.No weather up in his state, was in our town if
Saturday afternoon in which the
tPMrs.they will reside in future. the first of this and while here J. S.
part week Gaines is at home again from 'ca
following riders participated. E. Van- meeting of the board of trade Wed-
Messrs. Bond and Conrad, of the Bond l' j I called on THE STAR and had some printing her visit in Osteen. t
landingham, H. Davis, R. W. Joyner, nesday night, only two members present. i
j Lumber Co., were in town Wednesday H. A. Carrell W. L. I done for himself. 'He left Tuesdayon Mr. M. R. has '
Brown, Leon Wilson Will McFarland \ Creighton returned from, .
on their way down the river. riding an Eagle bicycle the parlor car train southbound to takein .,
John Gold a two weeks absence
Will McFarland. The Baltimore. :
which arrived the first of this week. |
several days in the island of Cuha.
Mrs. Jane Dixon, of City Point, after mile open was run in 3:01 and won by Professor E. R. -
several James E Andrews, Esq., of Tibbals, is The above firm manufacture fine buggies, Dickinson had the pleas-
j spending with Mr. R. A. Davis; the 3 mile handicap in 8 minutes of visit
ure from his
Bobbett and daughter, returned home flat, won by Vanlandingham; 3 mile spending a few days in the county seat : and it may be that Mr. Deal is on a tripto a brother last week. ,

Wednesday.Youngs' open in 9:42, also won by Vanlanding this week. the new El Dorado for business as well A number of our young people were out Y

Bicycle Livery, Hutchinson ham with Brown a clo e contestant. The We understand that Mr. B. F. Ives and as on pleasure bent.KILLED for a moonlight sail Tuesday evening and ..,

." avenue, near.Indian River hotel. Tandems next races will be on Saturday, the 24th. family expect to return north the first report a very pleasant time.

I and single wheels. Popular prices. part of next week. BY A TRAIX. Coleman: Williams came home from .

W. E. Youngs.The Turpentine.The We hear that Mr. S. G. Vanlanding- Jensen last week with la grippe. He will
ham has purchased the return to his duties there as able. .,"
Branning cottage, Franklin Fisher's Sudden Death Last soon as
old oil house along the J. T. track, East Coast Realty company, who
near the residence of J. T. Price, was virtually control all of the Dele pine just opposite the Methodist church. Saturday Afternoon.As Mrs M. P. Moulton and party, Mr. _

r r ,' burnt yesterday, and made a warm blaze grant, have leased the turpentine firm of Mr. F. A. Morgan purchased a Rambler train Xo. 29! was approaching the and Mrs. J. I. Haynes, Miss Lizzie Powell '

; .for a few minutes. McNair & Wooten the privilege of working bicycle this week from E. B. Wager; the station last Saturday afternoon a little and Mrs. Hartnett, all of St. Louis, ';

'1. Mr. Orlando A. Jones the l some 40,000 acres on this grant for a local agent, with which he is very much after 5 o'clock the locomotive struck came over from Eldora Thursday and "_
term of to exceed three pleased. Franklin Fisher of were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Howes.
of the Hote! Indian River and all of the not years, at the a man about 65; years

Dwyer property at Rockledge, was i in price of 1\ cents per box. Messrs. Mc- Do you want a 99 brand new Columbia of age, just a* he stepped on to the track Mr. T. M. Adams has repurchased the

{. town Tuesday afternoon. N air & Wooten will operate extensively bicycle, ladies' or gent's, for X40.00. between the water tank and the fish property sold by him to H. L. Chapin, '

in Brevard county in the manufacture of If so, write to G. F. Paddison, agent, Eau house on Broad street, killing him ins and since then passing through several '
Mrs. Keyworth and her daughter, 11isst. turpentine, having also leased the privil Gallie, Fla. tantly. The peculiar whistle! known to hands, and is having it put in shape and '

Grace, of Baltimore, friends of Mrs. H.AY. ege of the Segui grant, in the north part railroad men called a crowd to the refenced. The house will be removed
Any of our subscribers 'who wilt send ,
t. Reynolds, arrived here the latter :
partof this county. scene. The mangled body was gathered Mr. Xathan Towle of Vermont
last week on a visit to Mrs. Reynolds. us a copy of THE STAR of April 21st, 1899, together and covered up to await the bought it. having
can have their
subscription extended one "
t Mr. W. W. Joyner, who has been RUBYBRANO CORN, the best, at year for same. We wish to have an ex- action of a coronol"s' jury, and the engineer Ii eSiiILUti.

t clerk in the Palm Beach Hotel this season New Store, cor. Main and Washingtonf tra.copy from our file. \ proceeded with his train." southward ;..

i. for Manager Stone, left the first of to the station. Orange trees will be white with bloom
the week for Ocala, after stopping off Pearl Anniversary. The building on Hutchinson avenue, An inquisition was taken for the state in about a week.
recently occupied by MisS Mamie Gray, that evening before Dr. B. R. Wilson,
45 S .here for a day or so. The first Sunday school of Indian river,, has been neatly painted and will be used coronor, upon the view of the body,, )[r. Manning: Griffis, Sr., sold his place '

Dr. W. S. Graham was a passenger on at LaGrange, celebrated their Pearl anniversary by Miss Hunt to teach a private school at which was adjourned until the next day last week to the firm of Terwilliger &

the parlor train Sunday from Miami on Sunday, the 11th inst., having the close of the public school term next to hear the evidence of the engineer and Xolle.

##.' here He went to Orlando Mondayon been organized on the second Sunday month. fireman on their return trip to fit Au- Visitors from the north are expected

some urgent business before Judge in March, 1870, just :30 years ago. In P. R. Wilson & Son received their new gustine. The follow witnesses were examined here this week to spend the spring and

Jones, returning Tuesday afternoon this o honor of the event there will be a fishfryat soda fount yesterday and had same }in : II. J. Shirley, train inspector: ; summer.

home. the the 17th.oak park of B. is F. Ives invited on Saturday, operation in the afternoon. It is> a .new G. L. Sapp Amos Wilkes, Gilbert Tot ten, Mr. Felix Ziy, who has been with us .

The fact that the call for release Everyone to comeand and different style from any in this place, J. D. Turner, G. E.. Decker, engineer, for two months past, has returned to his
bring their baskets.
mortgage blanks at this office has been Dinner precisely neat .in appearance and takes up very and E. A. Randolph, fireman. home in Tennessee.The .
unusual the past week or so speaks well i at 1 o'clock. Among the many prominent little room. Engineer Decker first saw Fisher as he
speakers that will deliver addresseswill Misses Miuis, who have been visit- '
for Brevard county. The demand for The stepped from the south side of the watertank
be the Rev. W. X. Chaudoin, D. D., Southern Express company has ing at the Kuhl mansion for a few days,
release blanks has been greater than for on the track about 30 feet in front -
just lately provided with
Agent Pyles '
B. F. I\'es1111, others. All arrangementshave a returned home Monday. =
any other form used in real estate trans much larger and finer fire-proof safe in of his engine. lIe blew his whistle and
been made and
time is i
k actions. a pleasant which to keep the "dust" for the company immediately applied the air brake, but It is a pity there are so many pretty
..' that is Fisher was! struck almost before the blast young ladies here and so many old bach \
; Mr. James II. Carlin, who has been constantly coming and goingto
; .assistant lighthouse keeper at Mosquito and from this place. of the whistle was ended. It seemed to elors. Tl let e are six houses on Xolle avenue .
Church Notes. some of the witnesses as though Fishercrossed and four of them are occupied by
?t' inlet light for several years, has been Miss Annie Bellows, of .Hardeeville\ bachelors. ,
transferred to Brunswick, Ga., and left Archdeacon B F. Brown will hold divine came up Saturday to spend Sunday with the track diagonally toward the
for his after service at Eau Gallie left, so that he could hardly see the approaching Our people generally are in good spirits '
1k new quarters Monday, paying next Sundayat her aunt, who has ch'rge of the public ,
-; : a visit to the old folks who live at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. school at LaGrange. Miss Bellow L train. The train, according to now. They seem to think it a wise plan _
the engineer's statement., was under his to work their groves out and them in
get fjj
Jupiter. There will "teaches the idea how shoot"at !
\ be services in the Presbyterian young to
control at the of between five
going rate fine shape for a good of this
Messrs. A. M. Terwilliger:: of St. Augustine church Sunday, March 18th. Sunday Hardeeville, and frequently finds i it and seven miles an hour. The evidenceof crop oranges
and G. Nolle, of this place, have school at 9:43, preaching at 11 a. m.; convenient to visit LaGrange. other witnesses corroborated that given \

just purchased the orange grove andft song and praise service at 7:15 p. m. Mr. C. X. Thompson, the treasurer of by Engineer Decker, although! they: Always come to Shiloh to enjoy life. d|j i

home of:Mr. Manning GrifHs, at Shiloh, On next Sabbath the Rev A. C. Sirde- the McFarland Fruit Protection company, were further from the scene, some of We hare been here quite a while, and although |<<|

S and took possession of the place Monday. field will conduct the funeral services of returned here Saturday from quite an extended them being at the station, two blocks our pathway has been clouded
The place contains 23: in all\ I sometimes, there is always a little sunshine .
acres an dllrs. Annie L. Bruner, at Georgiana, at stay on the gulf coast, at Sarasota. distant.
) the fine young grove will be pushed forward 11:00 a. m., in the M. E. church and will He left that same day for Columbus; 0., Sunday afternoon the coronor'd jury bringing;. to memory the old adage,
as fast as possible by the new pro in the to on the road for the "There never was a cloud so dark but
preach evening at 6:30; Sabbath go summer as manager returned the following verdict: "The J
that it had silver
prietors. school at 10:00 a. m. for the Forepaugh fc Sells\ Bros, sail Franklin Fisher came to his death a lining. t

. } Mrs. W. Mussenden and Mrs. M. P. held shows. as an unavoidable accident, having been
Gray service in
St. Ga float and Yacht Sail,.
; Robbins, accompanied by Mr. Geo. M briels church Tuesday evening, leaving Messrs. John Edwards and Louis Mey- killed by the engine of train \o.:1! of the Fit and workman h pguarant\'ed.! ,

Robbing, went to Daytona, Ormond and: Wednesday afternoon for Courtenay and ers returned the latter part of last week Florida Eat Coast railway, by stepping boat sails a specialty. Send for cs.tmia.te.::

j St. Augustine last week, where Mrs. Mus Merritt. From there he goes to. New' from Eau Gallie, where they erected a on the track right in front of the engine 11. KESBCKE\ /?; !

I t senden joined her dauhterIrs.; It. I I. :Smyrana: Daytona and Ormond, 'con* closely-built house: over Dr. Weld's new while the train was in motion coining Titusvillo Florida. v.//

Baxter, and proceeded to their home in pleting his annual visitation to the east: cruiser for the summer, the boat being into the depot, and that no culpablelli.'gh J.

: Bath, Maine, after spending several delightful coa t, but will\ return later on to con..e- left in charge of llessrsllodgyu: Bra:., en'i..' H attached to the engineer or SEIJASTIAN. f '

t weeks in Florida. Mrs. Robbins crate two new churches on the lower( I of that place. Mr. Edwards left Sunday I any otlicer in charge of!said! train. Miss Florida and Master Cleveland R

I; returned home Monday afternoon. j for his home in Boston. The following! person served as jurors: Ditching: ited the cliautaiiqua last: ",

l Indian: River band E. L., G. F. Dmen, F. It"rilht, I week.
An advertisement in THE STAR la I were ()serenading! 1
I' week effected the sale of a bicyle in Middle Mrs. Sidney \\' Ibur. at LaGrange last night and were royallyentertained ], 'I F. A. Morgan, Jas. E. Bowman and J., Mr. I K. W. Barnett spent a part of last <

Florida: and K. B. Wager shipped a I at the residence of Mr. B. I T. Price. week in town the guest of Mr. and :Mrs:
Crescent to Columbia county yesterday. Word was received here the first part F. hl's.Ir.. Young", the leader, admits Fisher: was in rather feeble health, b e- G. B. Hall. ,;

! Yet number of our merchants want to of this week of the death of :\1 rs. Sidney now that it was a prearranged plan L in Wilbur, which occurred last ; tall: beard. :Master Cleveland hitching: i is spending 11
, insist that it don't pay to advertise. If Saturday in I to surprise one of our young townsmen with long: gray He came
Montclair, X.J., whereshe had been I here with his wife several weeks and afewdaysatStiiait this week with his
they would 1 give alh'ertisinItf( the stopping i last evening: who happened to be present j ago sister I
;, study they do in buying and selling their: with her sister, Mrs. S. C. Doremus, I with the I ves family at the time. lived in a little building jiM west: of the, Miss May. '\ !

l goods they would find that advertising while under treatment. Mrs. Wilbur's I I Several of our Vinson cottage on Main street. He wa a Mrs. M. E. Hall went up to Cocoa Monday '
really does pay. death was caused by pneumonia, with ; young men started to attend resident of Fernandina. We understand returning Tuesday. While there '
which she was ill only a few days. Her j a dance that was to come off at he has a son living near Gaineville. *- she interviewed Dr. Daniels.

i Miss Edna Haverstick, of Lykens, Pa., feeble health, induced by other trouble, Minis packing;. house, on Wiley arson, I .
{ last: night, but it is said that Quite a number of our citizens are having
1 who has been the InternationalAssociation caused her on account of -
; attending to rapidly succumb to the I On his hOtly wa: found a watch and
i I an exodus of ladies from a time with la::rippe. Mr. 1:. A. .
young ,
LaGrange j
of Ticket disease
Agents, at Atlanta, above stated. He husband tc I hair chain, gold mounted, ; screw driver, Haidee ha-,
the affair did rely sick but
arrived in town on Saturday night, and in Atlanta at tho time of her dratpie j1", i not materialize, and this] key, pocket knife and purncontaining: is now
i I slowly recovering.
: spent Sunday with her friend, MUs Jes where lie has been located for several I morning we hear something about their"i j I S: .:jO). which were turned over to liN 1Ir.
i f Dodson. Miss Haverstick went to West months past, and it was :Mrs. \\ lblu's losing the way in the hammock. Is that so? ;, nlovv. ) Gifford Kitties was called to Titus-

tl''i Palm Beach on the evening train, where intention to join him at Atlanta in April.Deceased i j Charles Ivlbert Grant, monologi: t, re-i I The l Iwdy of the unfoitunate man wa vale a few days ago on account of the j
tr. "= she joined the excursion party that is had been a resident of Titu-- i I'citing for the present season Dcnnian j! piepaied i for burial by (Undertaker A:n- serious illness of his mother and other !

n;. making a tour of the south before returning about fifteen years past until last summer ( 'fhomp!on's famous and popular story, 1 I ihvw Fro-cher, a!'sir-teil l by Mr. :-:tnmp\st members of his family., ...

I to Pennsylvania. when she went to Xew Jersey, and !I "ThH Old Homestead," will give an e:nThe I funeral took place Sunday at 10[ There will be divine services next Sab- \

was well known to a wide circle ()f''! tainment at the opera house next Tue*. a. in. in Titu!"\ille cemetery, HeJoltn!: bath at the school house, conducted by
The U. S. department of agriculture friends in this place, and owned ti le''!j day evening, a certain per cent of the i: .\. Hughes; officiating lt: \'. Lowder, both morning and evening.
furnished THE STAR office with the
has I proceeds to the .
residence in benefit
Titusville of is
now occupied | the gyt u- -- '- --- -- Everyone invited to be present. Sunday "
I 1 annual of climate for: the Floridasection 1
summary by Rev John A. Hughes, aside |' nasium. Admission 25 cents; reserved .Jl' T KKCMMI, scholl in the afternoon .
for 1891): which includes data for I
; 1 seats :35 cents.
; owning other proper tv j A carload of the finest wide Mr.: B. F. <
J. Havana and Porto Rico as well, from I cypren Hank-sty, having completed
in the county. Friends of :Mr. Wilburin I I Indian River band
which a great deal of interesting information > gave concert Wedi I! lumber. Build your boat now. his school work at t )ran l'dale, i is at |
/ can be obtained. We have also this section extend their deep sympathy i ne ,lay night Inch was most thoroughly: I <;. r. i\nwMiv, home::ain. :\lr.lI.1 is competen* -1.1con"l' ; j

t' received the report for January this yearf. in his hour of bereavement. i enjoyed by a large number of our town s- I Eau < Sallie, Fla. !" teacher, and was so i' "'F or i't I. .

t ). of the climate and crop service for the 1JICYCLK A ISIKGAIX. people who gathered near the barn I-1 i -- liked by hi- patrons that all are :any. la" ? 'f ,

:1 t same section. These reports were prepared stand to listen. This was the first: ap- ; Card of 'IlmnKs, I for his return next session. ),'." I 11.
t One White racer, 23 inch frame, with : pearance of the band in public since the} j' -- -- .i .
\ by Mr. A. J. Mitchell, the observer --
and section director for the weather bureau racing equipment, in good order, used j acquisition of their new clarinet player I I wish to take this means of thanking WHEN YOU Ul'ILU't:, .; '
1 very little, cheap. peak quick. Call at i, :\Ir. Woods, who is certainly master of i'' each and every one uf cur kind friend* ,
y k t at Jacksonville. THE STAR oth'ce. that instrument. i l for their assistance i and interest taken in Buy your lumber, ash, doors, builders' j ..,\. '..),
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I father during his confinement from hardware, paints and all other building .' '
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J Hale of Jacksonville of the my t
Mr. C. one
i II. F. Atkinson of
Esq. Miami
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:S : material of. (r. F.
stopped PADDINOX
\ old war veterans of the civil strife, whois TRAVEL VIA THE CLYDE LIXE. j off here Sunday with the .i the late accident. I wish I could take ? J

known very prominently all over the. Tourists and all parties returning north: j i tion that he might find Circuit expect Judge'ar I'I each one by the hand personally, but Eau Galhe, Fla. *_ '

'/ state, stopped off here last Saturday on i should take a sea trip via the hopul '' Jones here. lIe wanted to get i: cannot. With bt'st1sh ', I am your [ "
a friend EDWARD .\. HILNRCTH.r Gold Medals to HAKjfrR
his return from Sanford to Jacksonville, Clyde line. Tickets and reservations can I!'I mil from the judge to have Weir trans- New Orleans & World/ whiskey at
where he had been attending the reunion be B. | !4Chicago. Try
secured of E. Wager, at THE STARoffice. ferred from the jail here to Miami I
r of the G. A. R. He had a royal time This is the roost pleasant time'of I where his trial will shortly off, I For thoroughbred poultry and poultry it, you will endorse.' tiC;, )1tre'S verdict. y
I come of all kinds Sold LO
supplies write E. W. by
and enjoyed himself to the fullest extent. the year to take a trip on the ocean. I Weir, it will be remembered, was ar Amsden, Ormond, Fla. I \--QJLOW, ....v.,. Alle) Fla., ,)

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TflEftUn\ 01l'Eq'A \\\\\ \: \ SOCIETIES ETC. # m Central & Peninsular-

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\ \ \ \\\ \\ \\ \ \ \\ \ W \ \ Jones, president; J. M. Dixon, treasurer; J. '

g. 71M:41: I\\ BUT OWE\Wotidts arsa ari'lla \ \\ G. Bast, secretary. Meets second Wednes- Railroad

'::;: I \ Ii II\ \\ \ \ \\ I \ UH \\\ \ i \'\\\ \\ ,\ \I\ I \ \\ \\I\;: '\ I I'Ii I'\\!j .day& A.night M.-in Indian each River month lodge at their, No.rooms.F. 90, holds. \

Grand ''as : the thunde of. Niagara IS the the: cured its meetings the second and fourth Friday Unexcelled service.. .. from.. .. Florida
I 1 ItiSarsapa 1 evenings of each month at the court house.A. to all points

'. Ithatlfood, ; 1, r,i II i s l l \\l i lit' Uk '' \\1U JR1 A. Stewart, W. M.; J. Mendel Secretory. North, East and West. \

t I r'l'\\\\' \\\\I \\ i I\ t A rt1IERrCA\S\\\CR\ \I\\ I,E1Arr'Es'r.BLOODMi'EiDICJNE I l \'II\ \\ \\ INDIAN Captain.RIVER Drill every GUARDS.-R.Saturday E.night Mims at, Two JACKSONVILLE trains daily SAVANNAH between TAMPA and, -t.f",

fir o 0d\ s'nurifi\ Std enriches\the\' \ 1 111fe othi g e1se' can.1 8 o'clock, at armory over county jail. COLUMBIA, carrying Pullman Drawing '.

ji.' .. 4'-::>::/-_ -----.. ____ \\E\ ,\ \ -,...-..".. 4\ -- ----='= ____ -s=-= .\"'" \sJ \.. / \' r--/ '"- _--= CHURCHES. I Room LUJIBIA Sleeping with sleepers Cars, cannectiug forWASHINGTON at CO- ".

,." EPISCOPAL CHURCH.-Rev. B. F. Brown
Rector. Services second and fourth Sundaysin ',
a height of twelve or fourteen feet; at The Delineator for April. each month at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. BALTIMORE
SHORTER ORANGE 1RU Sorrento they are headed back to about There are sixteen portraits of the fair Sunday school every Sunday at 9:00 a. m. and NEW YORK. :;

the enable the
same elevation to
CHURCH-Rev. John A.
and patriotic daughters of the south in
,; To Obtain Better Results We Should Reduce cover them with matting or stalks. In Hughes, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. m.; Also with CINCINNATI sleeper via-
number of the
the Height of the Trees. Corsica the citron is kept down to a height April Delineator. The Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer ASHEVILLE. ,
article they illustrate deals with "The meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. You are
which can be conveniently protected with
The day of the old Florida seedling, Patriotic Work of Southern Women." It invited to come.

.: %with eight feet to the lowest branches mats or blankets. is a powerful testimony to the ability of "Dixie Flyer" Through Sleeping Car 1
The the object BAPTIST CHURCH-Preaching at Titusville
Japanese accomplish same
i twenty-five to the is Route between
topmost, southern for
gone women
public organizedwork. second Sunday in each month, morning and
'4: forever. It had an existence because nature by raising low-headed trees, grownon Waldon Fawcett is the author and evening. Prayer meetings every Wednesday JACKSONVILLE and ST. LOUISvia 1'

:' was willing and the trifoliate or Satsuma stocks. Now, evening at 7:00 o'clock.* Sunday school
E.,: pioneer was too he touches his subject most sympathetically. Lake Macon, Atlanta
indolent to head it back. there is nothing: more objectionable to the every Sunday at 9:45 a. m. Indiauola on
The Delineator and Nashville
be Chattanooga ,
procuredfrom the fotirth Sunday LaGrange the first 4
:. With American farmer than anything dwarf- ;
J the a continent spread out before him ish. From the mighty Durham to the any newsdealer. This is the magazine ; Sunday. E. N. BELL, Pastor Making connections for KANSAS CITY, ]

American farmer was yet too eco- that for twenty-seven years has been CHICAGO and all points in ...
in the field the bulk is METHODIST CHUECH.-Rev. RMickler
pumpkin greatest
nomical his
patrimony to allow full of for the northwest.
any sujisrestions
women regardingthe Pastor. Services first and third Sundays in
cultivated. The idea of a dwarf has I
tree the undivided occupation of a varied affairs of home management. each month at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.; Sun- Through sleeping-car service between Jack-
been connected with
. little block of it. The tree must divide inseparably every day school each Sunday at 10 a. m.; Ef- sonville and New Orleans via River Junc- 'I

: with cabbages and potatoes, and the lower mention of the trifoliate, and that has "I am indebted to One Minute Cough worth league every Sunday at 3:30 p. m.; tion and Pensacola.Full .
served to condemn it with the Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30
orange every p.
; branches slashed to Curp for health and life.
were away permit my It cured me information application to any agentof '
m. Ladies' Aid society meets each Wednesday -
I .-; of tillage close up to the bole. Blizzard grower upon( the spot. But the bitter of lung trouble following grippe." Thou- ; at 3:00 p. m. Everybody welcome. this company.
: took his logic of the blizzard is correcting prejudices sands owe their lives to the prompt actionof
: turn finally, and the longleggedtree I A. 0. MACDOSNELL, L. A. SniPMAX, I
in wholesale fashion. Accustomed this never failing remedy. It TOWN DIRECTORY.
was shot in the calf. cures Geii'l Pass Agt. Ass't Gen'll'ass. Agt.
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The towering seedling has been celebrated as he has become of late years to look- coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, pneu- TOWN OFFICERS. I). Penney, mayor--;

t / in ten thousand descriptions of ing for his trees within a few inches of monia, grippe and throat and lung troub M. S. Jones Jr., marshal and tax collector;

: the ground, the orange grower of North les. Its early use prevents consumption.It C. S. Schuyler clerk and treasurer John
Ji J- Florida. It has been photographed for is the only harmless remedy that D. L. Gaulden Ix A RacfngYacht
Florida discovers that the tree on trifo- gives Henry, assessor; F. A. >s-
admiring friends in the north, with the immediate results. 15. II. Wilson & Son. ley, J. M. Dixon, W. R. Knox, Jno. R. Wal-
pickers far up in the branches on ladders, liate stock grows a good deal higher than ker, councilmen. The council meets first
he thought it did. If he can raise a tree a Tuesday in each month.
gathering golden fruit into sacks. It Tax Assessor's FOR
Notice.I -- ---- -- -- -
tC little higher than his head he will lift -
has been published hundreds of times as COUNTY DIRECTORY.
f a matter of pride that a certain tree had I his hat to it.-Florida Farmer and Fruit will be at the following places at the $50 1

boxes of which Grower.If dates named for the purpose of assessing COUNTY OFFICERS. L. Gaulden. Titus-
produced forty probably
t taxes for the year 1900: ville, county judge; M. Goldsmith. Titus
not one-tenth could have been harvested
vile prosecuting attorney; A. A. Stewart J
i: without a ladder. To this day, South troubled with rheumatism, give Banyan, Monday, 19 Titusville, clerk circuit court; J. F. Woot- Full working drawings and instructions for .

," Florida boasts of forty-five boxes to the Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial. It will Lotus, Tuesday, U 20 en,Cocoa, tax assessor; E. W. Hall, building a Racing Catboat that anybody can )

tree. True, North Florida would now not cost you a cent if it does no good. One Georjiiana, Wednesday, 21 treasurer collector J. II.: John Sams, Henry, Titusville, build to cost, complete, $ o. Send postal,
will relieve the It also City Point, Thursday, 22 ; Cpurtenay superintendent mentioning this paper, for full particulars.Subscription 1
cheerfully climb thirty feet for a few I application pain. public instruction; J. 0. Fries, Ti J
i oranges, but if there had been fewer cures sprains and bruises in one-third the i! Merritt Haulover, Friday, (I 2:; tusville, county surveyor J. P. Brown, Ti- price, $;;)..00 per year, 25c. a copy 1

time other treatment. ; Tuesday, 27 I tusville, sherifl';; T. J. Cockshutt, LaGrange. Address THE RUDDER PUB CO., i
thirty-foot trees there would today be required by any 1 j I Mims, Wednesday, 2S I registration officer Murray St., New York City.

more oranges. Swamps were ransackedfor Cut, burns, frostbites, quinsey, pains in LaGrange, Thursday, 29 1

cypress poles long enough to make the side and chest, glandular and other Titusville, Friday, U 30 COUNTY Titusville COMMISSIONERS.,chairman W. H. 1:. Walker, A $4.00 BOOK FOR 75cts 1
; Sharpe, Sharpes; .
ladders that would reach the skyscrapingor swelling are quickly cured by applyingit. Cocoa, Saturday, 31 Jos. Mendel, LaGrange; Jno. Houston Eau

: ( at least blizzard-scraping) topmost Every bottle warranted. Price 25 Canaveral, Tuesday, April :3 Gallic; J. N. Wailer, Aukouu. Regular ses The Farmers'Encyclopedia. j

limbs. If ladders long enough could not and 50c. B. II. Wilson & Son. Blanks will be left at all the postoffices sions are held first fuesday in each month. EverythingDert

be bought or manufactured, they were in the county for the purpose of making, COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.-J. M. Dixon ,y fairs taining of to the the farm af-, <:

spliced or made with sliding joints. It re An egg will settle coffee, but it takes returns. J. F. WOOTEX, Titusville: S. F Gibbs, Melbourne.TIME y household and

t settle bill. New York Assessor.HOW'S ', I stock raising. Embraces -
quired a man with a sailor's nerve to money a ------- !
articles on
steady himself at thege dizzy elevations, Weekly. CARD NO. 4. ., III t f 1' the horse the colt,
t and onc-h udeJ clipper were invented THIS t ) horse habits diseases

;.- to enable him Jo grasp si'jth one hand Keciimnenilril for Lafirlppf.X. ; We otJ 'r One Hundred Dollars Reward for radian River Steamers I i ''I the ;farm of the, graves horse,,

the treacherous l ladder. TJ.e often any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by I 1 I u i, ii fruit culture, dairyingcookeryhealth-
. kicker Jiu-ksou. Danville, 111., writes: My HallV Catarrh ('tire.F.,1.CIiENCVCCO.. i tl ,
" F'! could not afford tine (o make the many- daughter had a severe attack of lasrippe Props.. Toledo, O. r I .l '1 cattle. hf''p.f\\ine,

rune+|ed descent, and oranges were lowered seven years' ago, and since then whenevershe V'('. the undersigned, have known F. J. In Effort February 22ml, woo.l'OXDEXSED ,f I poultry bees, the
" f takesoId a terrible cough settles on her ('hl'lIl'for the last 15 and believe him I' dug, toilet, social
; down out of mid-heaven with years
r ; rcpes. !; life, etc., etc. One
lungs. We tried a great many remedies: pcrfl'l.i honorable I i in all I>IIMIU: >-> transaction? t
: In the halcyon days of the industry the SCIIEDL''JE- 1 p tl of the mist complete
.1 : without giving relief. She tried Foley's and f financially able to carry out any obligations 1- Encyclopedia
;- writer visited a grove of which an important Honey and Tar which cured her. She Iris mail by their linn.Wrst forTH-};OFSD: t ;' ?in('xi tenre,
", feature was the magnificent tan never been troubled with a cough since 23c; it TrnlxlloI'lI! (' Druggists. Toletlo,0 A lanrc book, Sx.v1 i
and ;oc. B. It. Wilson & Sou.Mr. WaIcHn;!. Kinnan .!c Marvin, Wholesale Drug.gisK Leave r.OC'KLEIJGI Mondays Wednesdays, 1 x \% inches. tjJ11agl'
r gerines. Their spread was much greater Toltulo.. Th1lf"claIllul, Saturdays, 4:03 p. in. !', fully illustrated -

than their height; ; not a foot of elevation lIall'atarrh Cure is taken internally, acting Arrive PALM IIEACH Tuesdays, Thursday. cloth bound binding iagreen

'; was wasted; dozens of the branches bending .*. Yan'amp: William, dear, as directly upon the blood and mucous surf Fridays and Sundays, 2:30 p. m. r and equal to
with their burden resting on the you have another chill coming on, will :u'.s of the system. l'rke1(' i>er Uittle. other books costing
kindly hold the baby's rattle in So'd by all druggists Testimonials free.hall's -UITH-110l": 54.00. If you desire this book send us our special
; ground, and the lower oranges, swayingin you your Family Pills arc the best. oiler price. $0.75, and J0.20 extra for postage and t
, the wind, marked little paths in the I hand ? It anuwo the Bazar. and Saturdays, 10:00 a. m. return it and we will exchange it or refund
l .., gaud. They yielded, many of them, much.lIarper': WANTED-Honest man or woman to tray- Arrive r.O'KLEllfH Tuesdays Thursdays. your money. Send for our special illustrated catalogue
f I - law house; salary Sltii i monthly quoting the lowest prices on books fREE.
and :
seven or eight boxes apiece, the owner Saturdays and Sundays, 0:00 a. Ill.
.,, and : with increase: lusitioiipermanent We can save you money. Address all orders to
t expenses
\ II. Thurn{' ;. Mgr Wills Creek Coal Co.,
1. stood on the ground until he had gath- liutr.ilo, Ohio writes:- I have been ufleeted ; iud,.:" sl -:\. ressed stullpt'd Steamers connect with the Florida THE WERNER COMPANY,

ered six or thereabout. From this Sey'llacre with kidney and Madder trouble for years, envelope. )1.X.\nI{. SW: Caxton Ildr.TChicago. East Coast railway as follows: Publisher and Jlmulactaren. Akron, Ohio.

grove it-was said he sold leos than a paviug gravel or stones accompanied: l>yexcruciating 50UTi1-COt'ND [The Werner Company is thoroughly reliable.]-Ed.tor.CO .
i pains. Other medicines only ---- ----- -----
hundred dollars short of seven thousand
gave: temporary: relief. After taking Foley's AdministratoiV Notice. Leave JACK:: )NCiLLiL--9:33 a. III. YEARS'
dollars' worth of fruit. True, it went KilIu'CIII'l', the result was surprising. \\ Arrive ROCK LEDGE 1 _----_3SS p. m. EXPERIENCE
with the rest in the cataclysm, but with few doses htaited the brick dint, little fine All persons concerned take notice that six

our present knowledge; of tent protection stones etc and now I have no pain across months after date I will present my final NORTh- ROUND

) it could have been and I lilY kidneys and feel like a new man. Fuley'.s accounts anil vouchers.administrator of the Lt\\ IaCKLE1)GE-- _--.1:12 p. m.
,, easily nn'xpl'l1sivdy Kidney Cure has done me $1(1111)( worth of estate of Hit met L. Wilson, late of Urevard Arrive JACKsOXVILLE: : 'O p. in.
saved. It would be a fortune in good B I:. WiKon it fon.WHY. county, Hnrid.i, deceased, to Hon. 1) L. '.
r \ the present. juncture, with tangerines ai taiilden. county judge of said county, andpray
: to In. discharged: from such admini.stiatioii. INDIAN RIVER AND BAY EISCAYKE
; box.
(: :$8; to :SIt per
I .\. S. \VIIX: .
The growers southern Italy and Sicih Administrator.Tittis INLAND NAVIGATION CO. TRADE MARKS

t are obliged to shorten their trees to protect ;- \' ille, Fla.. Nov. :3rd. iv.t'.i.! Operating: a line of steamers between DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS

fJ them against; ; the hot, desiccating; IJRsHATHAWAVCURESa i IO<'K LEI a:. on I Anyone ;endblg a Jket-'h and dcsoniition&c.may
blasts which come o\'crfroll1 Africa, often and PALM HEACH. on LAKE gttlr'kly -liu'er'our opinion tree hether an
in I'ntlCln is pr hahir iiiteni.tile. ('ommunicationH8tnptlym
WoKTil. touching at landings -
completely drying; out and killing! ; the extremities : principal. > Handbook on Patents
iM'twit'ii these points.Tickets .
FEIRYSt sent frpl! Oldest it'di'y fur spcurnif pjitents.
of the branches.! In a repel nt! II I Patents taken though Mums & C... receive
some Consul Lowen.-tein noted l I are on sale at and information ran special notice, without charge in the
years ;
be obtained from any of the following otlices!
the same practice in :-:outhl'rnpli II, noasoii3 for His! 3Iarvolons Success! : Scientific American.

"with the object of partially avoiding His sew Free Book.i I II In Jacksonville-Mr. J. 1L Rafferty. A;':cnt.
I ; Cor. II lush and nay streets.In A handsomely illustrated wppfcly. I.arcest cir.
these misfortunes, the custom of producing dilation "f any snpntitio journal. Terms, f3 a
l.r. Iiathana\'s! motliod year: lour months |1. Sold: byall newsdealers.
I Thousands of gardenersdep :St. Augustine-General Oilice. Bank
; trees of shortened l growth haS -; of t.1-.:-. oitmatutuiti, *IIIH'\llI'r.| I (ndun Ferry .. .,-d.. nuihlill MUNN' & CO 3s16road+ New York
late } ears vastly extended." In the Ax.ons I f.l u.\< ':t. Itislhi-ii-siiltii' and .
( every "lItT'r
year n"V"f Ticket Office. Hotel Ponrede Leon.
't\\t'uty }cars oi <-,per, '! Branch office 025 F St., Washintrton. I>. J.PARKER'S .
\t orange trees arc generally restrained to I, 1 ,r ,) ( pio il the most <"..t isii di"appointnwlIl... Chl'ap vilvmtutrs Ticket Oilice, Florida East Coast Railway i 1- -- ___ __ __ n__
rr hr .
I s '.,3 tiring not J'a III: 'rIJJ''' station.
.t.i- '
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-- practice :IMspecia'.M
> It pays to pay a IiUle I III"rl' for
Size doesn't: indicate quality. Bewail _\ in liis ltni i.t j i.; I. 'EP'JY'4$EhiK j'\,1' 'It'- pr ltp.'r In 1lwkh.II-H'o. (i. Glrason. Superintend HAIR BALSAM
I '.VPL.t' tiiM\orM.! Ucwusirr.Mln.tcd : } everywhere. and al t'a w..rl Ii u. the
of counterfeit and worthless! salve offered :. cut. steani'Htat wharf d Cleanse) and Im.itiiies hilr.
ff" ; from 0:10 ol U.: Always the Best.lJa'.dArltIafrier! 7 +O 1'run.utef A lozur.act: growth.
for Hc"ilt':1 infallible cure for piles i! .'d Nl / b-'i-t nicUical: (collcuo: L i; D. M, FERRY & CO., DETROIT, MICH. Ticket I ttice, Florida East Coast Railway .-- Never Fails to restore Gray

and all skin diseases. B. II. \YiL-on .... ,( -:;;.... the country andp'Tir.'; J Jr ) station. 'fit '" 11,.u S rOy cru'p to its ii .<-Youthful"'>Q & hair Color.falling.:
& sun.A' I'-:"t --' '\.,*. vdhisiiicdicaliiiKisin!icul III Palm Reu' -T. T. r.cest'gCllt, 1st block 1 : '.-,a'u'I ''II: Pm.its
'Ej. .t ... ('( ucatioby c\rt is I north Royal Poinciana. --
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Large ('I.l' ol" )'('ihlti'. I :.lariy: in his;: professional: she career hO"l'ital ln' made practu-di-"n'' I Ticket Ollice. Hotel Royal Poinciana. l$8.00 BOOK FOR ONLY $2.90
'ries which placid him at the Lead of his j And all ticket offices of the Florida East

Gainesville Sun: Van Taylor and \\ ife, f ion as a siriahst in treating what are<: profl'-I:! \ i|I II Coast Railway. Manner's Standard Horse and Stock Book.A .

of Cocky Point, were in tile rita- few knout i!s ]rivate diseases men and \OIlI'n. in:5s "The Bow-legged Ghost and Other Stories CHAKLES PK\KCE, C. R. GAILLAUO,
days !)Ir.. Taylor brought three I s>stein of treatment he Ins more and morn 1I c. F. JR. A complete pictori
ajio. With an Introdaction 4 HOPKINS.: encyclopa o:
bunches of !lettuce in exa-lk-nt condition ,1'Tfettd I'ai'h year until tIILty his'scMari : by TravHinir Passi-nger Agents. practical referent
I ; :'.ie as to bo the marvel of the medii l i'al: i America's I h r-eontiers-Thu

and Males that his entire crop was wwd(, ;1'1" ('*'';.'n. ; greatest poet ;'ll I I i I -- --- b "k contain man)

haying been well protected by the canva.- laij' \in!? the Lmrest pnu'tirpof any pecai-t James Whit- : t ,!t' Ntitit-e. j j jli tnAaIle: recipes
I iti till' woil-1 h:' >I'ii, maintains a system. of noun- ': comb Riley. An I :, I il'Ut'rtnl"kWtlnIt
method. )Ir. Taylor, to ue the expression : illustrated volume i .\ concerned take notice that six 4i.ntrolliiM"fir
nil fees wlueh inaKes it pos.siblo for ail to obtain ; H. -'iE\ month! miiK .
ill be "living from Ii of original :a 2"a 1 I will. administrator '.'j ,1'.1 It;,II honI -' "
\\ l'a y" no\von, It;; services.inr 'l "' ; :ut' rdat as of tine*- I. t .
t as lie {proposes tu :hip about 1,JO crates !t1tlawi;.t'f'ata"ot! : .>.. l.o..sofl'itl!;;!\, ': sketches humorous, verse I{!;?t.\.ot\ .. .. :,..f. "' 'l ,l t t.itcof Rowcll .\. 1mll ldlI. late of ttrcvant.iinty. I "I .t I. '!"',.cnts,, rattle Ic\'O\'l'(

i of lettuce this spasm, and at the I i Vi ricoceJe! ;trictun, r.i-m ['ui'fling; bit.. U.I- i facetious para !"> j .f. ''"jffd :, -'' Florida. dcc-aseil, present my final! .: ; L': w ine: a'si, .
prevailing ,i rent stages. Rheumatism., V V.S Had"f\'- i' graphs and colloquies. j 1 i/f ,1'I' unt a->!i.'li, idiitinistnitor to the H<>ii.-r-1 I 1, ,," } (', L"beecul
i price: which have been advanced\ i fu m-"s, all iu-iuicr of l'rilmry01111'1 rut*. i A book j : 'I .il.le! I n. I.. Grinlileii.; county jndfre of sn.] :, .' : f': 'l11t th, 1
I Jf count of the scarcity of the article, i i i"l"tT, >. Sores and: Skin Diseases. I'.ri'J.ts:: : !*"',*( that will not ,".'._,, T "i I n umy. and l pray fur my final discharge fn.niadniinitnition. I 1.. [' ,..' tree.etc

f d.. \Tinticipates large ivtnins. lie has !; md all forms ot Kidney Troubles, iib tn'alnl.t disappoint reader as the it .,, ,,1.t'J' ,tom 1J I *1l'h! 1,750 1,200 p"marnificen; es. ove
I'or' tmilertoniil men restorc< a .
lostltaiity; JOSEPH
made several consignment the ar.1 enters a new !"' P. Brtow'\. ilcstrations
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