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Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
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Newspapers. -- Titusville (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Cocoa (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Brevard County (Fla.)
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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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i, THE FLORIDA STAR? TTOTmv. MARCH 02... iom. : 7"' :H ."

J'CF! -:81VING I NOWFOR PEACE f f fD. by will many opportunities.In great Americans demand Vehicles and may household and then tools find part Achilles of the in was every body invulnerable Hotel Indian River, .r. 5;,

: supplies will require replenishing. save his heel. The

: There will probably be much that he ROCKLBDGE FLA. -
; ; DOUBLE MOTIVE IN THE NEW railroad myth runs
1 /ft':'->.. TRANSVAAL building, and in this field Americans was rendered invulnerable 'a .,. Steam Heat Electric

.' :4.."..- GOLD TAX lead the world. The American consulsare by being ; Lights, Elevator, Orchestra t

, : already Investigating the business dipped in the river Everything ;
w. Effort Styx in infancy,the First Class.CUISINE . .
io'. to Induce French and German prospect and will give special Informa
; heel by which he # i,
Mine Owner to Brine Pressure tion through the department of state. was held being THE FINEST ;'.

Upon Great Britain Incidents of CECIL HoYT.A. the only part
the War. S.. not submerged c $3 per day and upwards.

R. De ''. and therefore Special weekly rates.
a [Special CorresDondence.1CAPE Fluent editor of the Journal, I -
TOWN Doylestown, Ohio, suffered for a number r i retaining -

chaplain who, has March seen a much- A British of the of> years from rheumatism in his right 'I its weak mortal S. PROSI
e Boers during burials of the dead refersto shoulder and side. He says: "My right __ ness.
i Boating Fishing Hunting Drives Bicycling
arm at times ,
was entirely useless. I tried ,- _
the feeling of sadness shown by the Chamberlain's ---? ,- RMt;. Everyone -- -- -- -- PLENTY OF ORANGES.
Pain Balm, and was surprised =":J has some the attractions.
sturdy Dutchmen otter their fallen foes. :.:; among '
This to receive relief almost immediate =- weak spot :
chaplain -
quotes the ,
expression ly. The Pain Balm in his --
has been a constant physical -
used by the Boers not once, but agals companion of mine ever since and it organism, and that weak spot is the "" ="" ===<== XS 52S SiS !!i5 C7S2aC OR7Ca.1nCJncxc tiK

and again, as they Inspected the ghast never fails." For invariable attacking point of disease. Correspondence Invited. !a Furnished:
sale by B. R. Wilson Stencils i
ly piles of British is I I.
dead No
: "My God, what & Son. man stronger than that weakestspot '"

in him. We see great robust look- """ acrcaccaocacmaracw. or-c oc

ing men go down like ninepins, at a r

HAVANA I 13 NOW N CLEAN N. touch of disease, and wonder at it. It ISESBSMcGomb 'I

is simply the wound in the weak spot,
the vulnerable heel of Achilles. I & Co.

Removal of the Accumulated Dirt of a It is the office of Dr. Pierce's Golden ; ,

Century In that City. Medical Discovery to build up the.weak :

1 [Special Correspondence.] places, to strengthen the weak organs of .
the body. It does this on Nature's own I I
HAVANA March 309
15.-IIa\"ana Washington
r---. /7-r- .. is nowone plan of nourishment. Proper food properly ,
of the cleanest cities In the world.
: assimilated makes a weak mans NEW "S" O R.K.: ,
The change is wonderful. As soon a strong. But the man is only an aggregation -

$ the Spanish soldiers withdrew the of parts, so that the strong man I make a specialty ofBEANSUI I Ia

American conquerors began to rid the means strength of all parts, heart, lungs,
liver "Golden Medical
nerves, etc.
city of a century's accumulation! o f Discovery puts into Nature's hands the

dirt. Water flowed freely, and thousands material by which the stomach is

of dollars' worth of disinfectantwas strengthened, the blood purified, the

--- -.s used. The people at first opposed: reuses nourished, the lungs vitalized. It

the renovation and so force was nec makes the weak strong and the sick well.
The It contains no alcohol or other intoxicant.
essary. immediate results of the ta .
Mr. R. J. McKnight. of Cades Williamsburg _
have been a remarkable lowering
Co.. R, C. wnteJ : "I had been troubled with
of the death rate and the absolute rheumatism for twelve years so bad at times I i Favor us with part of ,
banishment of yellow fever. could not leave my bed. I was badly crippled.
your shipment We
Tried many doctors and two of them gave me
The exact cause of the blowing up of UD to die. None of them did me much good. will not expect you !!

the Maine will probably never be The pains in my beck, hips and le s (and at to continue if others m
CLOSISG OF THE MAIL.a times tu my head), would nearly kill me. My ID
sight!" "I wish politicians could known. Here is a new explanation: appetite was very bad. I took five bottles of the beat us. 5
'Oo'den Medical DisC'-verv' and four vials of L
their The cruiser was sunk on Feb. 15, ISii:' 25252525252525Z5acan a.sacaca ns cac cvcocac 25252s-:3 ,, c52525S5T52Sd
handiwork =
iZ42SL52S25u' ?
"What can God i in Pellets, and today my health is good. =c

heaven think of this sight "What a and during the November previous the -- .. .- -- ----------- -- ----
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cursed war that brings these poor fel steamer City of Americus was also

lows to such an end!" "We hate this sunk in the same harbor. A gentlemanwho taireous; rates than the railroads have Agency -- '

This was on board this latter vessel I offered from the west. The climate
war. war is accursed. Every AD:1.cricus:
said lately to the writer: "When the here is so mild that there is no expense ;
day on our knees we all pray that God
City of Americus went down, 1 had to to feed the: herds during the win-
will "
bring this to
war an end. "It i is Monumental
not our war; it is a war of the million swim for my life. The boat rested not ter. Cuban cattle can also be handled Marble Works

aires. W.hat have far from the shore and in front of Independently of the Chicago packers. "
enmity we will
these some warehouses. The wreck impededcommerce These and other reasons make me
poor fellows? "Would that
Chamberlain. Rhodes and the millionAires so the authorities decided think there is money in the cattle business AMBRICUS GA.

could see these trenches andI to destroy it. They procured dynamite in Cuba" All kinds of Monument, all kinds of Granite

graves!" "When will this unjust war bombs, and 1 noticed that the The writer unexpectedly met an old and Marble, and Cemetery Fencing. All work

end?,' "We all hate war. We are men work was done carelessly. Later the friend while making a short trip into done in person in a satisfactory manner. Correspondence -

Maine was anchored near the spot, the interior. He is a mining): engineer : solicited. J
of peace. We want to go back to our ; Represented by
and I sometimes think that a bomb, and after graduating at Stevens
homes and farms, to seed and
sow our
and carelessly left there was the means of institute in Hoboken. \. J., went to C. E. :EOO S.
reap our fields not make war.
destroying our magnificent battleship.! Colorado, where he acquired severaln 105 Hanover ;0
Good God. when will it end?" : St., Jacksonvil1e, Fla.
At the time Captain !Sigsbee sent mining properties. When the war ,
The Boers are keeping their
up resources -
message" to the president asking that (ended this friend took his wife antI
In a remarkable manner. The judgment be suspended. These words started for ('(tba. "1 have been allover --- \ .
womon are running the farms and theml"11
1 attracted instant attention, and the( the (inland since my arrhul" siidhe. iy
at the front get occasional leavesof i
words had a calming influence in the "and have inspected many .
absence to home and
go supervisethings.
whole American press and public. The Cuban mine In my opinion large and
s The British will have to do
captain has: been extolled for his telegram valuable workings may be found in
more than capture the capitals of the
t: and his last sentence has become several section Coal and iron are 9 t .
two republics before they can force a
historic. Yet naval and abundant. The titles to most of tin-
.t military
settlement of the war on terms unsatisfactory i Elks
to the lkwrs.The otIi'l'S:1 that !o'i Ig sht'e merely intended properties are clouded, so that intending Repeating R r ri

new gold tax levied by the not to ask to blame the Washington him for the government affair I- ticn.Investors" should,nu.I.JOtI proceed with*OX cans. '. -_ Lt; ; ,!) Fcr All !rcs of Shco g. '

Transvaal government: is a mixture of An Desirable Calibers! and V eights
until an investigation made. 1seems i
was t
t ; finance and diplomacy. It is estimatedthat that he did \vlat L. T. Travis, aizent: :Soutl.ern railroad, A FEW FAVORITES FOR HUNTING.tV. .

v the new move will bring some was customaryunder Sflina, (ia., writes: ''I cannnt say tooL 6f odc(1 F95.'t ,

',. IGOO.OoO) a year Into the treasury the circumstances. although Ili! mtirli in praise: of Ore Minute! C ,iigli ) Mode! 1 4. "'t ? r. F. caber, K\tra: 1. ;."

The rate of taxation averages about effect It must !be confessed, was to Cure. Llnayea-ritwulhcdlike: eharm ". .r:1: ere eat C1-2 ..'onus..l .
make of him heroic .l Model 1804. TO w. C. T. caliber "Take Down "
an figure. ,
The harmless! that ii\es
only rttnedy .
SO per cent and dates from the proclamation : ini- trl: _lit 7 ;-l I"iuah. ,
of martial law. The companies There is little or no change to reportin metliate"remit*, fines coughs, colds, i Mode 1892. 44anJS3caLber"TakeDo"Mp'rLt f,

rt' :trli to trade relations the is bronchitis and all throat d .
,. which have shut down their trines artaxed on croup, ai: king 7 potuuS.Y
., land. .1. W. Barrett of the New Tar I troubles. 15. 1L Wil.-on tit Sun. Model 1F.S6. 43-70 caliber, "Extra Light," neitht Ji
just the same, their valuation 7 pound
and Cuba Steamship suit] a
':. being based upon their latest output. company .

; Outside the mine owners this tax igenerally I is very recently: "Shipment both to ami "You Too Fragile. ShootVinchester Ammunition. Made for all Kinds of Guns. : '

from Cuba are at present very quiet.Immediately buy a great many pairs of eyeglasses t

considered a just one. It !isconsidered following: the war a. larce :' FREE.-Send Name and Address on Postal for 163-page Illustrated!! Cahto;e. ;
reasonable that the gold
. amount of ;gouts! was shipped lien "Ye; they're no account. They .
mining industries from which WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. '
foreigners NEW HAVEN CONN.
The markets became O't'rsttwkt'l1.wl,!i break if you drop them and step oa ,
1"0 largely prutlt. should share with
them"Chicago Record.
trade has since resumed Horll1all'oudi-
the burghers the burdens of a war of
r. tions. We are very hopeful of the future
which gold is the primlI'Yll:-:('. Another I- 1.l I'rigbiful i'.liinUtr .
however but believe that milesgroat ,, I bars n d Tabules with
Rlpans so mach satisfaction I tare beta a great sufferer from cocstipatlaa
motive which prompted the imposition enterprises are undertaken: Carl Will often (,U1-1': a liorribh burn. gild, that I can clitferf.iiy rtc'>.c\ttJ tun.:. I t< rv,crft eft 4.3. S..t..lng give me any reUeC.Iy .
. of the goid tax i is tu bring cut biui BUl'kl'n'rn! t'adn: >. Hate been trouble (vr aixn't turee jiars w..t ) > t a.,11 4* ant altar were U,)afed Hlo ,
or : e.
will increase slowly] aiul not with a' what I C.lill'\1 btiloas attacks jmiiiir on red ilarly ; , twiMrb'...e>on nay fuel and only! a >>cod.f .
.:f pressure from other nations upon Eng boom as many anticipate." the best in the world, will kill the pain once a week. Wag toad i'.> (iLlereni j>..yi' !.,u* i .". I 'a'* K ,'ins Ta'.es alvertUed In our
land. and promptly heal it. Cures old lIn'-, tbatltwoa caused by hail teeth, of union I had : d. son:, and tookt-.emasd.rect-
The roads of this city are fast lie- ulcers l felons several I had the teeth ettracted but the attacks ei. lure taken IDem ai>o .t three wefts and titers
The Transvaal fever boiK : I
.s upon Great Britain sores, coinail .
in: improved. In many placesfur cortinui-J. I had seen aii erloti euts < f lau: 'i a ih'icg" : I a''i I..t con.tpa'.t'! .1 Ery marsRipana '
as the sole! disturber of peace, and skin cuii'tions. I IVst: pilei-uie on earth Tubule:i .!the i:irs but l.a.l no fh: sad I c"It a I tv> P.iran Tabu::;,!. loin thirty-
It i is btlieved l that the I'reurh and German block pavements have been reiaul. InKOADMAKIXG Only _'") l'l'ntl K>x. Cure L'11:11:1I4ItY'd i. In them, but fiX wet.:': a.nce a trims iaduced seven sears old, base LO ociupatlcn, only my
15. I It. 11'i1 l-on i\: Son, iiu-'ui ts. 1 nit! to trtliern, Kat<* taben! tut two vf the Lou-thud UuUej c..d Lu-3'.cg my sick tuuSand.!
r mining; interests will\ work forpl'a'e imill: 5 cent boii: of th Tab..les and havo had I ne a" had ti e dropsy ant I am trying RI;au

with a decree of no recurre-ce i f the att.icks. Dare never given a I Tae' ;for him. He feel* some better but it will _. ;
. energy proportionate MUf :t Man ll 'i iirtlne: "'I'rmon". test'nv nial for aoytt.ln. ?' b,-f.'T?, bt the great I take sou.e tIme, he has been e!<'k so lor; Toi 1
. to the effects of the war upon amount .f gaud which I t.t>!!eV8 has been done IDe may the my letter and name a. y"u like.
their interests. It is stated that while "I hear OTlaunairhan: is going): to by KU'sax Tabulfs Induct'e me to aiJ.1 mine tc the' Yea: :dAilY liou.u CtALK" I
prove: an alibi at his trial." many tltnoniaU you tioubtless nav. in yu.rposars _
the war continues there will .1.. T.
present >lon now DsWrrr. I hare .
"What's an alibi. Pat?" been lu errlf from hea.Uctes ever .
be each day a loss to the shareholdersin '.'rte since I w m a lite girt could ceier ride In *
"Shure, and it's bring: in two places I went to Inform yon, ear l'r g > lao a crowded
the Transvaal roll mines of
; something It once."-Tun. In words of hUhetprals tg. kr.h / k t's la44l3aa.:. stb+ :-t pUce wlth"t getting a I
like fli.tlt.kl in the form of a special vf the Uncrit J .) tea .ache and sick at my ,
I have d'rlvrd fn>a: 9:1' I'I .$ etomach. Ilrardabous
whk-h! will enrich! the Transvaal ,
tax a .
.. Yr Sire doe! -n't indicate quality Ke\\are; RpaniTto.I"'I.laDis!! ; "j R'I.P'.t\\.S .# linanTahulafrumaa L
instead of being; transmitted to of countt-rtVit and worthless e-ahe urieu-ii! proffstU nil nine ant t;' ?' I' 4. aunt cf r,S<19 who was
4 '
I lhll In this clearhead I' > taking them for catarrh J'I
f-hareholilers in The rj prufti a
Europe. majority for ll'\\ tt'n infallible
cure fl'I'l'ilt'tUhl i .. *i! I '. of tiiO stomai-h.
U w..yj: re !eJRlpan :.:..: !i St.ebao1 .
. of the Transvaal gold mines belong to ItiuilU' 't Tal"':..g don it. 'i, I ::d f')a1:,1 su< ti relief: from 'p'.
ii "
Trench. Gcimau: and other continental \ Son.Jonc. A tkrJf" >if nay lasisl :1 oJ I The modern standard .I theruesleadrsesme: I
fouudmyselftromthtely I i > to t..k" tii 'm t<>o, and I
shareholders, and the republic has now f'lnd..wn.cth.'nthe: *! t.:;: : -P ha.ebeendlJ.nlsosnclaJvlce \

made the restoration of peace in RtHlthfrl1 -: What were the boys all ''auu'li- of Mr Ge<> Tower .*. ;:, IV i! Family MediCures .>. last October, and will I
Ph. O, 5'S Newark say they bate
O\"l'l'? Hroumith i completely
ing so heattily t\t
a question of great financial! t Ave.,Jersey'Clty,1 t 'ittlts' ... ,
Importance to all holding shares in tIsl'guM y d t oil'one of big joke JuneWhy JitlIl.tlU Rlp are Talmlcs with f:1: VS: i """""", ,ur'nJ .> I am twenty nine year .,.
rran.t ; W t > old. You: welcome
lau h with the i' Crown It( are ,
!! 1e : \\ ;1.ison common
mines of the country. lion BCCJISreua WU:!>lIU. : ...... evcryaayill .> to use ths t'stlmonl: S 't
The rich refugees hero from Johannesburg me.-Columbn* Matr Journal. t;: ) Mrs 3.1 naoc itaa .
;: and other cities in the war mother tans trouVlc-1 tl i I =w of humanit} ) :,
of : .
\ Night Terror. :
with heartburn and "
district are not an inspiring lot. They = -.:: ,
= = inl wuftlt for the 11'f'I: u.e.a, cared ty :. M Tsa.e > Sly savin'year old boy f
live at the best hotels and pend their! ;; :; -- -j \\ anxiety Inll': 3tlin, for a goodmanr ,' .t# 4. suffered 1t3 "
pains IS it ,
time in criticising the British for not -- -- ..------'-- -. =-- -;:"" of the brave lien.: lUirnham, of MachiaMe. -, veara. Onl1ay Z trrnn:,. > LIi head constlpattoB d } "
-- ,_. : ., when thedo 'tors paid -hecor.'d! nut she PW\T a ted'::lon'al: :; 0 t )9 4 :> nut complained of tlsiomaca. 1
pushing): the war to a quicker end, so !lice till morn ill?: wiiuMr..-. '. ll. L.n- In the paper lailcrsicBlpans i j' .. :- 'J'. *. Hot couli not It :
as to their When General IN HAVANA.other Tab..I.St.o + > eat like chliiron of his t
ate property. i .
coin, who attended lu r that t'arfullli6ht.! {!, Uq< do ..ur5Fla. '
: h
a:e and "( l';? I t
Buller was meeting with reverses portions macadam has been use d' trial, was greatly -------- "
a >
\11 thnu"btht' nri-t: snon die ti--u:! 1 : did rant'E. .r 1 ,

they called him every hard name in :\\section of the city has been 1104Kcted. pneun onia, but she begired; :: for I r. !Kill,':' and relieved now by takes then tha we J1I'.ooJ9.'Y'.y\f.A' : with ttrrdi'...:.). ,:II ro".r t I'. !f

their limited vocabulary. They see the The new roads are kept clean, New' IHsi-overy, sayint: it had inure' than Tabules regular;. Baek8er3afwcartonsHJpacsTabales : some rf the tebtm'.nIt.and ot. aA. I\F,- f'; I

flower of Great Britainoln to face Gatbage: : wa-zotis:: note about at a irr once an'tll her life, and had cured her s.)( In the h.'iise art says sie wi.l nut t.i w'uliuttiieia. : Rpans: r' I tr'el! tbtm !.*") lilt Sand I

Boer bullets, while they remain behindto tain hour, and seldom does any out eun:-ulnptiuu..lftcr time small tlc: ; -in-! The htarttiurnaud 81f'el-'lei"ut'5i bare snip rel.enl but actual'/ cared &,1 Jf.'b: FisfReallnj ,
disappeared with the in.lU-er>tlan which wasformerly the hea>ljc..rt have disappeared: b wy, .: ,' -
prepare claims with which to raid dare to throwrefuse in the street.A :slept: easily all n '::llt. and" its further! : u-e so rrvata( burden f.r ter. Our wi",>la gooJ c.ltJon aad he never c..nlplalu (j ,) eSnlilaf

her don'tthese American cattleman i is conq'Ietfly cured her. This maiuioumaliciue .- family tat.eteTabul.srecalarly.esped.4yafrer: BtonHun. He Ismw a red. chubby faced boy. "%* i't .
majesty's treasury.Vhy prominent is i ;:numtl'l.,1 l to l'urt'tll throat, a hearty meal My mother Is f fry year of age wonderful change 1 attribute to Rfpanj Tabuiy'alorida to
people raise a regiment: and now :sta\in-4; at one of the hotels lien e' !list, t 'nl"Vai.d1.: and U enj 'iyn! < the bestot health and spirits ; also I am Mti.-flod: th it they will benefit anyone (trOll. :
clint! stud hint. a-is.: :: .
:: ( ::
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fight ? Has Mammon taken all the He is thinking of investing in the business i- Mil hearty meal aa Impoisibiltty tef re sha the raaie to old i.(te) if taken according to dlr*> !tntloni. "
P 11. Wilson!
Trial bottles fl'l'l't iV: >u's .
look Rlpaiu Tabules. ANTOI H. BLACKU. I. \ ,
manhood out of them? iu Cuba aid says: "I believe there drug store. 1 '

The war will leave a very bitter feelIng is a lot of money iu the raising of cattle t- W .prey 1,
A Dew style pmket, eon**'"dn Tza IUFAXS liBUU packed In a paper carton (*0 Uut f laj)ii now for aslaat I
against this class of people. The In Cuba. Certainly there is ascarcity C.A.STOn.J.A.: '
torn drug rea-rot UIICE5TS. This low-priced suit is loaded for : !economlaU. OM !
Boers have always hated t'lem and of beef iu the United State Baan the 1M Kind You Hm nIIBiS! Bcugtt{, Closer of she aro-oent cam'a U" taaolei) can be had by man by sccdl:U.Mies4 eecu *the &"*** .

the British cannot but despise them. Transportation between Cuba and New- Cvnacu.CoxrAST So. 10 Sprac Street.New York-or a stng'.a carton | be sent for 8n watt
The Signature fGct bus TABVLM may aao be had of some grocer*,general storekeep-T Dews H aeaM U, ur ttont
result ill
that the prlzesot com- York is an attractive feature, and boatlines
1 of I barter: Aof They talt2k(aia,Induce sleep and prolong W.. Ot ghee r*
merge, after the, war_will be captured can make much more advauV k'4

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''> t : q' THE FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY, MARCH 23.10C'0. >

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c t COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I New Iberia, La., was elected district attorney MELBOURNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I SIIILOH..

It.. ':! BBEVARD COUNTY STATE BANK-Do at the Democratic primaries, held MELBOURNE STATE BANK-Capital $15- Mr. Gas Goodrich, of Oak Hill, madea ROBBINS :

x' : '. your business with the Oldest State Bank in I March( 6th, by a large majority. You 000. J. H. Phillips, president; E. P. Branch, flying visit here last week. .
;_ ,',,: Brevard county. Solid and'conservative. I see their votes went for something after cashier. The only bank'on the lower river --
It. and the pineapple region of Brevard Leonard Griffis and W. C. Carpenter
!l\ ; W. L. HUGHLETT, M. D., L. T. DANIEL, all. county. have been with :
suffering lagrippe. & GRAHAM
/. D. D. S.-Offices over The Indian River
Mr. Theo. Demro left Monday for EAU GALLIE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
f : -- Drug Go's stores the leading Drug establish Mr. A. M. Terwillager is replacingsome ,
I : ;; ment of the Indian river country. Ocala, where he expects to go into busi- -
HODGSON BROTHERS. of his frozen trees with fresh
r Dry Goods, Ship orange
s As suitable house is found
1' ness. soon as a
fc- % ,:- :. 8. F. TRAVIS & CO. are Exclusive Wholesale Chandlery, and Shelf Hardware. Pipe and stock.;
i'._,: ,,-_ .-:':.'. GrocersanddonotselltocoDSumers. They there his family will follow. We shall fittings, Clothing, Paints and Oils, Groceries. L8WY3ER .
't., 'f ';-tj: retail all other goods, carry a large stock, hate very much to l give up Mr. Demro Marine railway steamer for charter. Mrs. G. Nolle and daughter, Miss
tj, ., .: <: and can meet all competition. Clara arrived of last week and
s ::" 4.f .' ; and family, but all join in wishing him Tuesday Will practice in State and United State
will reside here in future.
" ( all success. Courts.
;, > ., THE TRAFFORD BAKERY.-First quality .
::: iV, :' Bread, made of high grade flour, sent to any Mr. Wm. Anderson, a gentleman from C. P. PLATTS Physician and Surgeon. Miss Minnie Griffis, who has been
-. : .k. address; also never-failing home-made yeast Calls to point the river ,
any on promptly
with hone felon for -
> .' Brooklyn who has been spending some suffering a some
: .. :: ; cakes. Ice Cream every Saturday. answered. Po t Pierce Florida.
:': ';: time at the River View, Merritt, was weeks past, is fast recoming.Mr. .
f GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable
Abstracts Of Title
1: : Store for good fresh and reliable goods found dead in his room last Thursday EAU GAIXIE. :: Edgar Goodrich, of Oak Hill, ac- furnished to land

:'" ":=:_. !. such as Dry Goods, Saddlery Crockery, morning. It is supposed apoplexy caused Wm. Treutler visited the county seat companied by his two sisters, Misses Ha in Brevard and Dade counties.

;;. ... Hats Trunks and a full line of Groceries. his death. The body was shipped to his on Friday and Saturday on business. and Nora, were visitors at Mr. GrifnY

u.,..... .' ;<' JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. hope and friends on Thursday's 5 p. m. Saturday and Sunday.
The Sebastian carried excursion to
: riverfront
Pleasant location facing the river on
._. .-, !-'i': Rates $2.00 per day, special terms by About 10 o'clock Monday night Mr. S. the ocean beach and return on Sunday. Two young ladies had a mishap Sunday We have a large list of lands owned
morning. They went buggy riding
'. > the week or month. by ourselves and clients.
Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Watts entertain
, ,'-'if S. Jones started across the river to Mer and came very near having to walk
ritt where he with Mr. Charlie ing some old friends who are spending a
goes home but )luckily had their 'vehicle full
:;;; ? UP A LND DOWN. THE[ mI COAST.O Cleveland on a cow hunt. A large lighterwas short time in Florida. of strings, with which they tied the Prices for Unimproved Lands : ,

:'" .;_. brought over and "Tony," Mr. Jones' Rev. B. F. Brown was the guest of Mr. ire on. .

iV.> F r Brief Mention of Minor Matters Occurring little gray pony, also made the trip over and bIts.11'm. Treutler during his stayin $3.00 to $101lOO per acre.

and will assist the gentlemen with the Eau Gallie the past week. GUAM1.Messrs. .
,. : ', ,. at Our Neighboring Towns. We have a few . .
-'' cows. Mr. J. F. Wooten was in Eau Gallie on Happ and Powell were here
> ,.. .......': COCOA. W. E. Gerow II. D. Snider T. M. Mc-
) Thursday and Friday last on business last week. Residence Orange Grove and Pine

r.., s ;:, ," Mr. G. S. Tucker left Saturday afternoon Rae[ Jacksonville; C. Martin, Michigan; connected with his duties as assessor. Mr. Oscar Nelson made a quick trip to apple properties in desirable loca

: J.:: for Fort Pierce. I R Fletch, H. B. Hunter, T. H. Gillion, tions. Prices reasonable.
, ,, '. Dr. Hebard, Sr., who has a winter Melbourne Monday.
New York Mrs. It W. Goode Miss Jessie
; Mr. Peter J. Nevins arrived Monday ; home in Daytona, is visiting his son, Dr. Beans are being shipped from Grantin /
Goode Melbourne Joe Baltimore --
,:. :,: from Brooklyn. lie was looking well. ; C. h:. Hebard, who is located in Eau small
; L. II. Church, Savannah; K. D. Gallie. quantities: nearly every day. .

: Capt. A. J. Goode, of Melbourne, was Power, Brooklyn, were registered at thelarvis :Miss: Helen Miller arrived at Grant -OFFICES-

>, a pleasant visitor in town one day last : House last week. Mrs. Stewart, Melbourne, entertained Sunday night; to resume her duties as
;: -' week. on Thursday of last:; wt'ek.1:1I1Y:: of onr school teacher. TITUSVILLE and MIAMI.
While on her return from dinner to
:- Mr. S. G. Vanlandingham, of Titus- schoolIonay! little Nellie Stiling came citizens attended this most enjoyable
evening, having chartered the steamer Mrs. E. :Morgan: and two children returned -
vile! spent part of last Thursday and Friday near stepping on a large rattlesnakeiear
" I very ; ; :Spartan for the trip. to )1db'mrneIonday.. Tie:
,[li. :I in town. the fish express hou,l'. Her cries lad been on a visit to Oak Lodge. EAST COAST HEAT MARKET.
r- Titusville has wrought Peter Wright an old Owing to the illness of A. R. Hodgson::
?* r Miss Bobbett, of spent ) negro man,
c'eradays\ in our vicinity visiting Mrs. who was fortunately at hand. Peter, having the Kathleen was unable to take the Wm. Fntch rt'turnedlondar night G. F DUaEN, Agent,

A. S. Dixon. nothing+ else at band, commenced Banat
throwing pieces of brick at the snake. to the promoters of the Indianola has resumed his dntie* a< manager oMr. '

Cocoa gun club met: last Saturday after \t one bloil came a big; bundle of picnic of the Wth inst. Scobie's fish business here. j jFiK5ng
noon nnd enjoyed a good shooting over Florida
j"'" the new trap. rattles and the snake: scaped in the : The steamer Silver King has lately returned i is such asaacss that the fishing i

Tub near at hand. There were seven'attics I from a trip to Palm Beach and fleet will have a boat race Saturday ;| n r and

:Miss Blanche Stewart, a very charming !: and a button. I other points south of hoe. .\ most enj.vable Six boats are entered: from George W. \11
of Lotus is in visit
town on a
Young Last Saturday afternoon an accident : tine: was spent by those on board. cobie's fleet, which is beyond doubt''!
Mrs. J. C. Gilbert.A .
4 to ixt'nrred that came mar) proving serious I The party numbered fourteen persons. one of the finest on this part of time liver: i j )

:: party of six from the liver View left to little Schelley Jones. Mr. S. S. Joss Mr. and .Mrs. C. W. McNabb, who two thirds of entrance fees for first boat, era

t" ., Sunday on the 1:4S train for a few day's and Mr. J. F. Wooten drove down toockledge.with haw just returned froin Palm! nl' lCh, report me-third of f'l'81lr second boat and a bx I of

visit to Palm Beach. the latter's horse and most enjoyable: excursion on the of cigars;: for last boat.ANKONA..

f Mr. Win. Hindle has moved his family buggy: taking little S. S., Jr., with them. yacht Silver King. Mr. and Mrs :\IcXabh's --- --- awlTitusville

'f from the Paine cottage to the rooms above Jn their way back they undertook to pass return was earnestly looked forward .
his ::1. bujtgy: about in front of the 1,1\\i\ Wilkinson I
bicycle repair shop. : to. Thrhave made many warm Road to Fort Pierce getting better.

\ Mrs. 11. F. Jones and two children left place, as they were going at a good friends during; their stay in Eau GaKie. Now for shell soon Florida.
rate the horse -- -- --
in some manner got too ----
Wednesday:; for a visit to her parents, Mr. near a palmetto tree, throwing the bii-jgy Dr. C. C. Booth f of Youngstown, ()., Mrs. Pratt, who has bl'pn'hitin her .....FOR....
and Mrs. Teahtn of St.
Augustine. with furious force against; t it, which caused who ha a winter home here, will leavefor sister i Mrs. Tancre, has returned to Day A
and Hair Cut
the three occupants to be thrown out and Philadelphia, about the cnl0 tona. -----

thu hor.-e to be torn from the shaft*. Just the present month. The doctor and his Mrs. Gridley, from Iowa, now sojourn- ---
two or three days the latter of last e.-timabe! have made ... GO TO....
part al1 instant before the crash came Mr.Wooten lady many warm' in! at Eden, will be np at Ankona in a

{ week. seeing; that a collisionas in- friends during; their stay in litti Gallie, day or two. Carruthers'I -- ---=

; The Columbia chainless wheel, belonging vitable, threw his arm mound :'dlcllt'Y. and a hearty welcome awaits their return Quite a number of ladies who paid Barber

.. .__ "-r'r' to Dr. L. T. Daniel, was rallied oil who was sitting; in his father lap, and next fill. visit to Palm Beach returned here Monday .I ..... Shop

,: :) Saturday night. Mr. G. S. Tucker was jumped with him. This, in all probability A most enjoyable! dance was given a' morning.; Xone but experienced workTITl"'ILLE

1f r' e the winner. saved the child's life. Mr. Jones the CarK-ton hUh I, Melbourne! on Tuesday men employed and perfectsatisfaction / ,
FLOlII>. .
Oranges tangerines: and ;grape fruit are ........ \
.1 Grippe is still raging around town was driving. During; the confusion that evening: by the Misses Starr and Cro guaranteed
l' I in full bloom! and
Several have been quite seriou.-ly ill, and ensued :Schelley became tangled: in the fut, who have been pending some time promise a grand J. L. 'AEEi'TUKKS;, Propriecor.
harvest if we only have seasonablewe !
. there is hardly a family in town that ha- lines and wasdragged; several feet before at the above! n' ort with their uncle! and ----- -
'r' ot got a case. either of the gentlemen could get up and aunt. Those in Eau: Gallie fortunate \ r now on. O. W. CONNER,

\ i 'zet to him. The biiguy! in front wa:: enough: ti) have had cards! report it as one Mr. l:. (II. Walker, from Orlando! and
Bishop Gray preached last Tlmrsda
t ; stopped and the occupants; were found t the to of the successful] entertainments of
- Mr. and 111 x. Fi-iu-r, of Boston, came a Grower of Orange a;) Grape Fruit Trees,
I ) evening at 7:30 to a large allintpr- sledcongregation. .Mrs. S. S. June:, Mrs. R. F. Jones and I the season. The hisses :Starr and Crofut few days a;o and left Monday morning.
Roth Budded and Utafted
:v There were no candidate on Sour
Miss F..U1l1yendl'l'w It took sometime leave for the R".vil Poinciana this \uek. Mrs. Fisher hl.tlllt.\ been so far south .

"r .for confirmation. to extricate S. S Jr., from the on the -a-t coast and was much pltased Orange aud Hough Leniuu Roots. t.

i" .j Miss Katie llealey has just returned lines. He! seemed to beery badly hurtat 311LliUIIN1::. with hl'ri it. Ocklawaha, Florida.

d;, from Palm Beach, where she spent sev first, but after :getting none of the dust DEAR SIB: '

.J.j s j tral days very pleasantly with friends at and blood Hunt !his face he was found I the Capt. .Alex.. Goo le paid our town a In your pi-r| of th' Kith inst., yon I I Wr are now engaged in grafting and bud- .
short visit the first of the week.
;: ,the loyal Poinciana. only bruised and scratched l up, having) have an article which pleaded me greatly. .ling our fine. stuck of trees amid would like

r. I choonerIc'l'dmnt with quite an iyly cut on the right! side' of his Mr. ,lo=. Wiihaaison and Dr. John It is in retard to keeping orange trees in 1 I for you to g t your order in for what tree,

Capt.1 forehead another on the light cluekand Powell, of Vireo, were in town last Tues Utll1\hk! nut letting them _rtwI) hi; h. I you will need to >;">t the coming season. We
"Michael aboard, arrived in port last ; have some ;50tXH) stta'k. and will bud and
t 'Tiitnsday for a load of goods for tin his lip cut on the inside. I/IHJII{ his arrival day.Mr. To be sure they look very pretty when graft them t', all ,It.imhtvarh.til's\ and incases

tr down river customers. home be was found to !III' considerably and Mrs.[ Muicey and the M-! &': I high and covered with golden fruit to the j' whew it is preft'rn-,! v.t-'will insert budsor
For nil that I shall! gafN from our 1'ustnmer own tre"-s. and
bruised, though. Both: Mr. Jones very top. trim myweet
; : tarr I t'rofnt left yesterday for
an a trip 1
will in
that be
Mr. C. J. Scl'oonmakcr; moved his they way sure 111't.ttillg exactly -
allll1: r. Wooten \H'l't'l'l'dtyt'IIlaaken s+'cdinduwn! at the proper sea-
to Palm Beach. what they both
) want as variety aud
family Tuesday !from the Purter propeily, 11 fl. .\to'l! tltl'I', it was, for a time, quite son.'hen they branch out sideways I t grade of tree. Ily : ; we ( ;
,', Brevard to the Mr. and Mr=. < i't). Stephen left onWednesday inttcvt twavthe fully
on avenue, MiGmnis reel lt a serious looking affair. : they have a< many oranges and shade the that ynir tnr> will ry '

deuce, on Palmetto avenue. --------.- afternH for a visit to Palm ground! at the sune time. I have been ,i equal to a tw -ye-tr old hud.:unit its bearingqtuUtica ;
Ueach and} Miami.Mr : unrivaled fa-t. unciuaird.Ve
'" The picnic and ball at IlI imo.1} was CITV POINT. of that opinion for some time, but on j have on hand Mime. :N MO o-year-old! stock

1"- fairly well represented by nl'O.l, thought Dr. W. P. :Moo.i; wa: visiting friends -*. R. \\". Goode) and daughter: MissJesit : :iiskin-:: men expi-ri-nced ill orange culture I that we are now engaged in grafting U th

t many more would have gone over after in Stuart several days last week.A. -, spent several days at Indianola, have been hushed at. They said you 1 'sour this stork orange tint ami loiuh will iuak li-mmi.' oiirlarue-t and it i is on

} ; : dinner had there been a way of going. N. llathersamid family moved back Merrill and Faustina, returning homeMonday. ran always ;gt long enough poles to makeladders I! \Ve will bal'til we: to nickyuu prices: ontwk trw

: .I'" out of For my part 1 duu'twant i i for fall 11t'i'l'rawl! ; a-sure you that our
Mrs. 11. W. Goo, le and daughter Miss to Point
City from
t Sittirday Tropic. to t chm! so hull a-: I came very r! |trees will iii ('Vt'r'a be ruul to thoMof
11 Jes-ie, two charming; ladies of Melbourne, Mr.[ and Mrs Yates, of Bonsai City:; i lit 4at.ullntd will reprtnt morearirtit-...
{ Miss -
Addie B Sam', of Couitenay near having a serious accident, and was |
1 in for wa* Mo. in ; \Ve fell short tliou-.uii
were town awhile last Friday before stopped over a day town en M-vt-ra on grape fruit <
I visiting friends in City Point bt week.A. )111sarrsl) by falling; into the center of a i j.weet i j.mid tangerines, but \\illhcprepHrcdto
going on to Indianola I to attend tin route to Palm They expect to
i sivdlnm, and wa : pricked i' meet all demands fur those
severely two varieties

S, Bertolet thiseason
i of Chi
picnic mid ball. ago, who Ins visit Melbourne again on their returntrip. will
graft bud
in as we them on a
k The flowers in 11x..1. M. :Sanders'yard been stopping at the Hatter 1I1)1'l.! for co11stvtml !I large scale, ilopinu to hear from you at an
several wl'l'kI'ft; Friday for Titusville.Mr. I II early! date, a* we feel sure that only those
Mr. and Mrs. and I
Horace Stewart two
4 are particularly attractive right now.She .
in their
setting ordtl"t'lfly will be
(,IJIIII.Jals: b HAKI'KU whiskey ; sure that
ka number of white geraniums in and :Mrs. J.r.. Billentine i of littll'lhildrl'l\ la-t Friday for their j they will get what they want, we teinain.
; bloom and an exquisite calla lily. line Somerville, N. J., left; Friday for I'alatka : home in Daytona. A dance: was ;given New Orleans A; World's Fair, Chicago.; :Try j j Your Very Truly,
.. They will visit i Western Florida ( it, you will endorse the Judge's verdict. } O<'KI. VW VII.V Xl'KsERUXThe
;dso adorn the yard. beforereturning I in honor n thi-popular{ couple the evening '
:Sold\ by LO-LKV: MOTLOW j .
north. .j ----- --
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before their departure. -- f
Mrs.'hitten, Miss l Iurene1'hittet l Titusville, Fla. |
''IV \ a-id Miss Lilly Smetbell.left Monday for T. A. Lee, ( ;J. I E. Chester, Mrs. Chester Com. F. C. Hewitt[ left Saturday for a MostComplete J
'f joints north. These ladies have }.ten in and :Mrs. ,I J. l.. Kitchell and maid left cruise with. )[r-)1.: Martin accompanied I

'S Cocoa for some time a1l1Nl' very pleasantly Saturday 0:1: the yacht :Seminole for awcpk' him. Mr. Hewitt chartered the I ....... I'' r''

r{ domiciled in the Mould\ cutttgr.4q :-- cruise down the river. !bon-eboat Rochester, of Eau iailie; to I ; .---- "i IliLon.FlTf : ELECTRICALSUPPLY

: Their: friends t ? were glad to see Mr. and )Ir. and! M.-s. J J. :Middk-hy}! Jr ChaMiddleby -. spend:{ the night-on, !He has his launch : (XU CQG...ETS I i

l f.t' IMi.0.. K. Wood, Monday. They have : and I Arthur )D.wley, of Ho-ton, ail and two roboats I which makes i HOUSE. .

ftc' ,been spending some time at their pineapple Ma ,afierspondiiiitwo months in Citv' quite a fl"tt. Wo wish them good luck (.. nrrrKuicK PATFEKN'S, ;:| 7'v I;
Point left'fh,irsday; for I P I\"t.ona. and a safe return. [ : i I in the state,
plantation on the M. Lticie river, They ; WALL PAPER, j
', and have will aNo visit Ormond and St. Augustinebefore ; One of the : balls of tit
t. come np to spend awhile ii I m >:-t enjoyable S. KID GLOVES. J" THE ,
' .' Cocoa. returning home. season wayiven la-t TIll'solae'l gin, at !

S !' Afterspeudittlhe winter very plea- Mr.[ Georg-; Faber, of :Sharpewhile .Hotel Carleton by the Ms-es; Starr and( .\. SHOES. ;: I vU ; JohnsonCOMPANY Law

11 l.' ... antsy among us, l III' and Mrs.:: Mraleyaiudaughter i carrying the mail to FaiHina depot on Crotut of Hartford, ('oun, Tin- grand I>KY GOOI>:S.TRrXKS L i

'\ 1 A- l t "E. and Mrs. Hibler, Mis. Straley'siuother. his wheel several days ajo; h:1I'N\' march started at '.I o'cloi-k and dancingWacontinued '\ L I

h t.aI'.. left Monday for their home inj narrow escape from being bitten by a until :! \Daring the evening I: K.MATTIXliS. '

i' t agt. rattlesnake. The snake struck at hima delicious refreshmentwore served, .
- tll'l't. cw Je,4'1'e boj-e to see them hen K
!. lie pa-sed and fa-tened it< f.uiw in con-isting of ice Crl':1I11kl>.- and( coffee. J.
" :. fa ilIP t .+:>,<;\t winter. 1:. '
H. \ r, 't (rop4 < .. the ti his i trousers, but luckily did not gothrough. The Spuitan brought: down a j illy part 1.. } (;lXITnl:, A'STOVES Electrical Engineers f

7) I 1 Jo.J;.* 'hrou"hnl'sS.. ..tOI' 'll" ")1' of the I Methodistvarnished I church i::' : \ George \\ several yards before ; from I I-iui Gallie; and everyone expressedthemelves : 1

w,1)' calsomined a lit 1 he could stop his bicycle, but went delighted; with the evefling's -
J I .\frl\a 011' 1\ ; R. .\: f i, (.ol: :,
jl ; ; mitts frosted.e I +l'OIIlIattl1J1'..'. back and killed the snake, which measured : pleasure. I I,
!'J: ;< Newark\ put down the aisles, thus makinntamVfled live feet. iI i- -- :.: --- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
J,'. : .. improvements. Mr. :S. 1' Taylo r F..11.I Thirkield, health in-=|>e<-torofChic- I .'..
"' ..."t' If you han ha: -1 the grin you need KoIeyV, ago, says: "lu+ehd I I1ys:{+('{ -Cnrecanno I i I : Ellison La Landc, Samson

.. L / Honey and Tar to heal your mugs and M.>{> be recommended to highly. It cure and dry butteries for gas
:\11'. J. M. Paine who in last that rackiug.tuh ,
: week'; incidental to the dUea me of severe dyjvp-ia." It ditre-t-J: what engine i ignition, bell and
w. *, -J i J )jistue was reported ill, left last Wednesday :: ( uartuteed.'liaudStce.It.1.11'ilsun--; ,\;;: !N>U. you eat and( ('l1n' indi,i-tion I III'artbu11lId George Peeples, annunciator work.
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\. L",1 i' _A for his home in Minneapolis, accompanied WAXTKII.Reliable all forms of dyspepsia. 15. 1.. Wil.oiit i

1i by his daug \ \r, Miss Delia. It i it is man f-+r of branch I : Sou.I 01.1'\1..11 iMnWinp.iieu TINSMITH, I' Work done in all

.. the beneficial manager -- -- __ _____ ___ of the
1t hoped changeig uve to ofluv I wish tnJien|! [ in this vicinity, -- door to'far- -i- parts state.

V *.* Mr. Paiue's healtiind \ Good opening for an energetic sober lI'lil. CASTOrt.JA. I'wh"r\\ a.-U.njion- har'ieri"'\\','.. !', T1'1T'fI.LE, FLA.

The feople Of&'ll''l".l/ill be pleased to Kindly mention this paper when writi,,. Bears the ,*The Kind You Have Always! Botight t ELECTRIC LIGHT SUPPLIES '
ThstuithiUII'I\.lill !. iiitterins and all kinds '
know that Capt, ;. h i IjJiv X. Muller, of Illustrated A. MOKKIS, Cincinnati, C>. I Signature #+ #. of repair work promj-tly; attended to. of all description.
up/ catalogue cts.:; postage. or
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CALIFORNIA R I Y YS. FLORIDA FRUIT..t : getting that there are hundreds of thousands / "' ,

of acres of first-class orange lands I
lying within the tropical belt, and are Jas. Pritchard & Son .1
.t 4; A :Writer of.That State. Shows His Ignorance I known as the "tropics of the United ,

- ,' _,' of Facts. states," where frosts of sufficient severity Areou Headquarters 'J

t From the Florida Homeseeker. to injure citrus trees never fall. The geographical -, for. . ,
In a recent number of the Fruitman's location and adaptability of _
Guide there the; roil for growing citrus fruits will .
appeared a two-column article ,
-.. in regard to the future of the orange eventually make the lower east coast the Ever

_- industry in California, by Mr. H. ,K. citrus States. growing section of the United 13 ,

Pratt The paper was originally read before i .

the Farmer's club,/ at Highlands, The r
and most effective for
: Cal It is well written, and, from the constipation and all liver troubles-the cure ...Tinware, Crockery... ,;

writer's standpoint, the future of the famous little pills known as DeWitt's :
orange industry in that state has a most Little Early Risers. B. R. Wilson & Son. pjcsse STOVES i
promising outlook. ;

There are two or three statements Cassava for Stock.In .
Boat Goods Paints and Oils
made, however, which the editor of the excellent And is it not due to nervous < -- .1.1and
an article
t on fattening
Florida Homeseeker takes exceptions to exhaustion '
Things always
lock, the West Florida Echo, of Grand
as they are not founded on the real factsas look so much brighter when were
Ridge, a paper that has been of great
the editor
sees them. in health. How .y
good can
service to the agricultural interests of the WOODENWARE.
We presume Mr. Pratt is not aware state you have courage when suffer.
that there is a portion of Florida, where says ing with headache, nervous
Cassava: on all Florida soils and
"chilling winds" and freezes do not occur prostration and great physical Write for prices.
will make
an of
product eight to
of sufficient severity to injure the I weakness?
x fifteen tons per acre, and is at its best TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
most Under citrus growth, bloom or fruit. Would you not like to be rid I '

While a large portion of the orange during feed the, or months fattening.This when. most requiredfor of this depression of spirits? Box 212. \

belt of California has at sundry times How? By removing the
new root has been fully tested at
been visited with freezes which By
ruined cause. taking
our farm Lake under -
experiment at City, Eond-Lumber c'o.
their fruit and damaged their trees the ,
the skillful
management of Dr. II. E.
southern portion of Brevard the
Stockbridge, and by him it is proved to .
f ,% S. On hand and ,
whole of Dade county has never Men Constantly Arriving a
be the best of all products for fattening
visited with cold that injured the citrus stock, he having put fat hogs for :La Ul\I.IBER
trees and in the southern of upon . .
seven-tenths of one cent per pound, and
: Dade county, where purely tropical fruit Dressed and Undressed.
on beef for a shade less than one cent per I

trees are planted and have been for many pound. This is estimated on the commercial Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work Balusters, Newel Posts, "

years freeze.past, they have never been injuredby value of the cassava at $,3,50 per Bean, Orange, Cabbage and Tomato Crates,

The a trouble with Mr. Pratt's statementis ton: which is the price paid the farmersby J Brick, Lime, Cement, Etc. .
the starch factories
f. o. b. cars when
he is not "up to" the geographical location Estimates made on all building material. Our large boat, "Sunny South," will deliver j
and conditions that exist in the grown. anywhere on the river. Call on ns or send in your bill. We will serve you right.JOZad "
:: The comparative value of this root is
southern portion of the east coast of Flor Dr. four
placed by Stockbridge at poundsof Lumber Co.s.
:' :: .
ida.He caVa root equal to one pound of ,=- a
states: "Since the disastrous freeze shelled corn. This then would figurethuseight It gives all G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager,
activity to
( parts
in Florida five that
state has
years ago
of mini-
: tons cassava roots (a
that useless and j
carry away Titus Ti11e, : P1rida.
struggled along with scarcely gain,
any arum yield) equals 16,000 pounds-285: materials from -.
poisonous your .
and apparently little hope for the future
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bushels at 56 bushel then I
pounds per body. It removes the cause of
Again he says: "Florida is making no taking four bushels, or 224 jiouiuls, of .J_ ::-;: c ...11!
your suffering, because it re. #
: & -s .
progress as to new developments, and roots to 56 of : ,lwal''''''- \ ,
ca sava equal pounds corn, moves all impurities from 1St 1"//
there is little to fear (for California) from your A 1'LEASntK TO I1 AY t't')1i') ; : 6
shows that of is '
one acre cassava equal blood. Send for our book on t't., : I;;'. I J 4
this point until new life and capital to nearly seventy-five bushels of corn. Nervousness.To for such goods as w e offer. Few fail M i t}: }I !
energizes the dying industry, and with This settles beyond all question the keep in good health you to see the value inure 's' R'r .:">> I'j. .
annual frosts there is little or no chanceof I' 1 ( 1 j
matter of feed for fattening stock, and must have perfect action of the '
such investments being made.:" Again. ))1'. Stockbridge; testifies that it is equally bowels. Ayer's Pills cure con $5 AND $10 TRIMMED HATS, 1 (;,'\$. il '__ \, ,,1
he remarks: "Jamaica and Florida can good for all kind of stock, including stipation and biliousness. and all sec the style and artistic taste ;;'i1 .. : r.- 1. i
never raise a good navel. Their moist horses and milch cos.1'ith such grass and each model. These hats are iu =.::=:rH-.tW'r J

climate makes them very coarse and shy and feed there is yet one, and not the Write fa our Coders.Terhip pleasing contrast to those found else- "a'" : Nand
bearer not as profitable as seedlings." you voull like to consult where at these prices. The quality t e' ''-11. l '. ,
least factor in stock feeding, and that is lore eminent plijsicians about your beamy of the material and the :: I. >;( v : r'r
In regard to the first statement, thereis the weather.If Ci'ii'litio. Then tt rite us freely all the \\ayitisueveloped are material factors "' .r + '*- : ..._." .A J/ I
some truth in it, as regards certain lo food is fuel, and a just proportion is particulars a prompt In your reply case.without You east will receive in producing such beautiful re- -s: :: ...../ }-:

calities. Surely )Ir. Pratt has no personal consumed iu com hatting the intense cold Address DR. J. c AVER sulti. Prkr to suit any pocket, 25 {t "f.} ><;;: i.rl1..'..<> '' ,
: "
Lowell. Mass. cents to $10 each at +ffill., ": .} 'i r
of the millions of dollars '''=:..' .
knowledge of the north, may we not reasonably calculate V7'-: !' "
\\hieh have within the last three J. R. WALKER'S. ... .." .:,.'. ".. .\.. 7
years that the same amount of food will; ,, _' '.. -
r ... .. -. I './.. ) /
.) ", '
into the of the ; :., '
'been development -
put produce twice as much fat if fed in our '}o. ') '" ;- \

lower east coast, where a wave of pros- nimitable! Florida winters, to say nothing

perity and advancement has been put of the real pleasure the farmer has in attending -
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into motion, which is unparalleled in the his stock. The writer has fed
history of the development of any section and sheltered block in three of the northern i SCALE INSECTS. Your; FIRE I INSURANCE C.-s-Sctl*

of the United States. "The wilderness i states, and feel that he can speak -_ .

has been: made to blossom like the rose," advisedly, and I after ten years of residence i- I Valuable Information Given Iu Experiment : Agetttfortrhe Hartford, Etna, Liverpool and London and Globe, .' .

the pine and oak trees have given way to in this' section of Florida, tan now Station Hullttin.Iiiilk'tiu .
Home Continental Providence & Fireman's
Washington I
immense citrus groves, the prairies have say that it i is the lust stock country, and ,
No. ;51 of the Florida experiment -
been transformed into immense gardens, otters: the best future for stock-growing station has just appeared. It is Fund, and Sun Mutual.for t1

t centuries and a prosperity has been that inaugurated.After is as la-ting. as thc : i ml fattening, of any state in the I'liion. i j from the j eii of Prof. II. A. en- .] further information, rates etc, addresser call on C. S. SC'HUYLER TITUSVILLE. :FLA. 1

tomulogitt of the tation, awl deals with

a careful investigation: of the ,. ,,,, some of the common scale insects of .
in the more northern ''7 '0:77 ;;77 ;;7. 'dl
orange industry: Florida. Attention is paid in particular {
1', portion of the east coast (Indian severely river in), to those species infesting citrus trees. IGE I GR 1GB

\\herethegro\eshavelieen I The following locales are described in full, JAS
jured by freezes, we have never seen the --
and their life history given: Purple
growers more continent than today, and t's asyiITo v'vl tulle: long scale! uutltlxu-k scale, black GOOD AS TIDE DIET 'i i.

further, condition we have never seen rule the since trees the in scale, hemispherical\ scale, wax scale and Manufactured at the INDIAN H1VE1I ICE MANUFACTORY( T, Tpr WET.' .: ORE. ', 1
as good as a ia barnacle ale.
The amount oi: H I Special attention paid to packing for family use and shipped to any: Nation oil the East:: Coast
of 'fI)
freeze as now. ,
aa The bulletin is well illustrated, and railroad or by steamboat! on Indian riu. .
bearing wood put in durii.g the last l1IUJUl.r
with this in hand the observant growercan
i is1 greats by far than ever Lefoie. I
Nlfl easily determine the species' of scale
t: With favorable ('ondition" during next Takc lV ,
\ that may be attacking his U',(::!. Brief Carroll & Goldsmith .
will *.' I ,
month, the Indian liver ;ro\\er8 ship \\!> directions are given for the control of the

luau)' tllC\l-'mil box.-of fruit next sea W insects which will prove of great value.
hail, and if the winter of It! ail and 15JOI i i.faunahle i.- VVl STAPLE AND
',\ An interesting dicuMon: i is: given under rIIPO. CERI S
: theirl.ipments will com 1Thin, pale, anemic! girlsJ I lv the head of General Observations, in FANCY :
hale favorably! with thtir fchipments in I which the author sets forth his: strong;

the palmitst th! ys. need a fatty food to enrichiv VtrVt' i approval of the coil ervative use of the Hay, Grain.Fresh .Fruits!: and Vegetables Fl 011.d a.

While 1 in many HCtixiii of the oM their blood, give color to \\l'V spray pump. We quote the following 'Hn, Glass and Crockery. Ware.TltllSVllle, J
Vv -
orange belt it that the growers a- \ pardiiraph:
a whole have In com- Ali-eon raged, and J their cheeks and restore their v!vy "We have known some orange growers -

their groves have I Keen anti are now mien health and strength. It is u who made regular practice of spraying THE DECANTER '
5 ..
I kited, but when Mr. Pratt sass thai the trunks! larger limb and interior .....
] tla i,; making no i loiva- to new :I safe to say that they nearly ; I shoot of their trees: eVt.'rone or hoI

developments.," shots IIMV ignorant \to with mild insecticide, Llosley l\ otlo"VV,
I with their food. rears a such as
.. fat *
all reject ( .
lie is of the mil facts The tK-\uluUiiriit| v whaled! soap, used at the rate of one .

I of the orange imli :-try in the southern !| pound in from three to six:; gallons of Foreign and ilomes-tic brands of Wine Brandies', Ruins, Gins ando

.<', half! of Uievanlan.l l the whole- of })..llkil I I I water: and potted that they found Whiskies: Bottled Beer, Ales and Stout. .

has been phenomenal daring tlulattyear. such if timed siiilirient !\ ,
county C01TSCf I application, correctly : -
il Hundred lsof am bare Itvntransfoiiued SION to keep their' groves practically A EIRST-CLASS LINE OF CIGARS. BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES.
from forests to thrifty oraugt t ''clean. Of course such not .
EMtyJi grovesero
Of and hold trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mail orders.
r gl'O'l'all within t i the nest few years, a badly infected to begin with, or ttionizerapplications Cash must your onUr LO : accompany
f- there will be many thousand:; acres more COD LiVER OIL I i : would bare been needed.

-. cleared and planted in citrus tiees.Again HYPOPHOSPHiTES LIMES c SODA I Others follow the plan of wauhing for

: )Ir. Pratt says: "Jamaica andFlorida \I !'paiticnlar tries that are affeited* to a

r. can never raise a good na\el. Ij} ,; | greater degree than the rest, and of

.. We see no reason why the Florida planter ? is exactly what they require ; j i contining their operations to these tries, .

fehonld have anj desire to grow a navelorange. \ it not only gives them the important nut giving any application at all to trees Send Job Printing to The Star Office.
which bums 1 your
The variety, of fruit not seemiiig need of tieatment. It .
the most money in the market is the J element (cod-liver oil:) Jm ; would seem to us that the latter i is the -- .

.: orange that the Florida grower will in a palatable and easily dl- i I more desiiable 1 policy, though either one
.: plant. Turning to another page of the (t mimigbt be better than CUT rating at We give you Up-to Dale Printing'at lowest prices ; a

tame issue of the Fruit man's (Snide, we | Bested form,but also the hypo- i, all under any circumstances. We may .

, find that the California were selling | phosphites which are so valuaS remark here that it is seldom that a tree '
in the open market in New lurk ,I, '1 needs applications oftener than once in '
city for $1.10 toL1'ti: per box, while m ble in nervous disorders that aS : two years if the treatments are correctly R ,

Florida blight fruit, in the wine marketAas an mia.m timed, except for social reasons, even ilk-".' )
; selling from 4.50 to s:>.IK) per bo.\ usually accompany the San Jose sca'e: in orchard, dots not R. L. MOTLOW, .,

The consumers are willing to pay from l 110\' SCOTT'S EMULSION i isa | often l'dlllUm than a biennial coiiise :' have

!. cents fruit to over!j3.Mi: the per boasted l ox California more for Florida na- t fatty food that is more easily j 'uf auenerous treatment principle, and it may that be a laid number down as of 1IHES BRAPIESJS j ::a' section.h., .grass It

find that there is the same than other form {' mild applications judiciously follow FINE ) .11
vel.Ve also | digested any ,. oZllals..Itlw"r.-nor
difference in favor of other each other give more satisfactory i it-suits, --- : r..eramit'1'
or a greater certain amount oft tJ : pan:> J, Fla.
Florida citrus fruits over the California J of fat. A from the standpoint of both !bugs and 1 AND LIQUORS. OF ALL K._wI1-1 f4J rr th:. )

grown product. Florida grapefruit in the t flesh is necessary for health. | and plants" than single: :severe treat- atttntioii giviii to mail orders. --- -- :id i ; C x'.;o\ 1 )
Guide is ments. ': f_t,1 o Sail
same issue, of the S.OO box, S You can get it in this way. J u_.___,_ e t ar.. r. n Fist-
quoted at from $1.00 to,.? per.;:.) w, HATCH :t tithU b, : \ <' r.P.
and California's f' 1)1 to 'i'V' 1 \Ve have known per jjjJ For Over Fifty Years GEO lY. :: : tf t .

Florida tangerines were selling at N.40; to Mss WissLoWs SOOTHING hYiirp has teen --- -
to gain a pound a I. useu for over titty years by millions mothers : .
California's were j
$!).OO per box, while sons for their children, while teething, with perfect ler in General 1Y.. \: seru
at $5.10 to 300. These are a few while taking it. success 1 soothe the child. softens the gum, "' }
quoted | day allays all P tn.cures wind colic, and Is the best mr! 't ia ---- ,e ,Ui
plain facts, not overdrawn statements. T alt druggists. rtnedtor DUrrUoea. It will relieve the poor Q -- -tt .e
joe and$m.oo 1! sufferer Immediately. Sold by Druggists consisting """'
The trouble with Mr. Pratt, and indeed Ddf SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, Sew York. JliEeeEE !I little tn every part of the world. Twenty-five centsa kept vjerythingusually in'a _Roc ies of FL A.
and ask for "Mrs.
of the bottle. Be sure Wins.
many northern writers, they speak QcriEEEE EPEE e- I low'sSoithlnB Syrup and take no other kind first-class general store...... fJrmo1 .
conditions of Florida as being alike, fort : rue
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It was put In the ground. On the bottom with masses of violets of the dark ;0. f. .;I

: WORK K ijm lands, with the new methods of wood variety, with their rich, green foliage. : ;
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I 1 lilt[ PA1NSi' : :. .. -- -: ,:.- .' -ga 1r! "
farming this is not so. In the first There are other flowers used, :

place, the farmers do not raise wheat, too, but not In the old time profusion. .
and In the second they are learningthat Lace will play so large a part In the mixuWN'INMINNNIIIIII/11tlIINNIPMInN"nNINWWSNInNw.u"' I _'

-, : NEW SYSTEM OF CULTIVATING THE they can do better than depend on new spring and summer garments that OASTOA
SEMIARID REGIONS.Succes crops alone. one must give them special mention.

w The experiments that are being made There are real renaissance blouses In ., >:-

trill result In good things, and thereis black, cream and ecru made up In i
;;,, of Snbaoll Plowing and likely to be still greater productiveness proper shape, with sleeves and all. For Infants. and Children.
r Campbell System Irrigation Is-Money- What Made the In the future, with a corresponding Some have the neck cut low to wear btu ";': I'I ::" : : : :: :; p i 1 '. .

Increase in happiness and content- over a colored silk waist, but the more "l I- :
Where Fortunes have Been Lost. ment. The time may come when the elegant styles will be high In the neck, I' I.i : I The Kind You Have

t; [Special Correspondence.] semiarid region of the west will be con- with collars to them. These sell all the Dlr

'i( ABlLE E, Kan., March 19.-Amid the sidered as stable as the middle states way from $13; to $25 each. By the time rlm .

t'. struggles of the farmers of the west to through the perfect understanding of they are lined with silk and have their ', ,''h 1 II'' ., .. -- I ji Always Bought
<- subdue the plains they have not for- Its conditions and possibilities. ribbon belts they cost a little more. AVegetablePrcparaticnforAssimiL !

gotten to apply the newest devices of t C. M. IlARGEB. There are black spangled tunic and theFoodandRegutaUiig '
science to their work, and the effectsare waist combinations. These will be
seen in some of the plans that We have saved many doctor bills sincewe mostly for evening wear. The cluny the Stomachs and.Bowels of Bears the

have been evolved out of the necessi- began using Chamlierlain's Cough and renaissance bands of insertion produce .

ties of soil and climate. There is no Remedy in our home. \Ye keep a bottle : beautiful effects when properly : j je

.e:. more of the old fashioned mixed farming open all the time, and whenever any of applied. There are many artistic de- ,' SignatureAJ
: : that was tried when the west was my family or myself begin to catch coldwe signs in cream and white point de Paris Promotes DigestioilFClc zrfulj j

j settled at the beginning. The crops begin to use the Cough Remedy, and imitation duchesse and Limerick ness and cst.Contains neither ;
,', are different, and the methods ares as;; a result we never have to send away laces in bands, set pieces and edgings. Oprum. Iorpuine nor neral. I+i iI of

,- new. Then any kind of culture was for a doctor and incur a large: doctor bill, The cream colored clung all over net NOT NARCOTIC.

., considered good enough for the prairie for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never is much liked for tunics, and especiallyso I ;
.' .-;: claim; now the farmers are applying fails to cure. It is certainly a, medicine when finished with soft floss fringe.

;_. t the subsoil plow and the windmill irri- of great merit and worth.-D. S. Moarkle, Spangled net all one solid mass of n Q/'Old 1lrSINl'O.rnrl.EIl

: gation and are raising Kaffir corn by general merchant and farmer, Hattie, spangles, is used for vest fronts and, AD/pim Settl'Jtuite

'f: the million acres, a grain that is as Bedford county, Pa. For sale by 1>. R. in fact, for a hundred other different .flx..Ifllnflf

[ "" good in a dry year as in a wet one and Wilson & Son. trimmings in the way of combinations. Klt4.rJ Suit In-

,.r-t'_ assures the farmer of enough feed for The lace is employed in more ways Ffpptmint -
t.: his stock. than cue can to!! and on everything, JJ Guduna@J.dmlanaJcrd .
SUMMER[ STYLES [fOR l mS.E1'olotlons [ { -
.' Out in the northwest part of this literally frcm shoes to h ltS. It is well (1fffi/iJ.f.41J'.1' .
:;, state there is being carried on this for us that lace is so cheap. u -FIImJr.. UseOver

t, year an expensive series of experiments of the Eton Jacket-Gcm. .ttnong the newest silks are the pret- Apcrfcct Remedy for Constipation -
of Huts. ty printed foulards.;; Some of this
f-. to determine if the lauds of the foulard Sour Stomcich.Diarrhoca, r
.fi' -'. semiarid section of the plains cannot [Special Correspondence.] has a satin finish besides its distinguishing
Worms Convulsions.Fevcrish-
i .be reclaimed by a system of soil culture NEW YORK, March 20.-I feel like ; : twill.! Some of the very far
andLoss OF SLEEP.
+ that includes the frequent stirringof quoting Tennyson as I think of the light pastel! shades in foulard are very ness
the top of the soil after deep plowing I spring goods, but I refrain, for I have beautiful especially those where thereare Tac Simile Signature of
t at the beginning. This system, a haunting i idea that other people have occasional delicate clusters of

:'"f known as the "Campbell system" has J i done that very thing before. Yet !:I II I faintly: colored tlowers. Aside from r Thirty YearsC
: I I the foulards there NEW YORI\
been in use in the farther northwest Is here are many pretty ,
spring and the stores show !
,\\r..... on a small scale: for thrl'l'l1'S, and I, abundant evidences of it. The new ideas in printed Indias and Shanghais.These .
{t' the results have been marvelous.! The : are in grounds of different colors Ii ,
j and jackets! have fresh raid "
A: packing of the lower stratum of the I a from light to d.-rk blue, with dainty '
rr-, furrow slice and the constant workingof ; I I jaunty III ok! though we have seen jackets small figures and dots. o

t.,;,, ; the top of the soil to prevent evaporation i-uorgh like them to be first cousins.: 1 1 I OIIVEA II.\r.rER. .; -
I'' have made the fields produce I The Won jacket has boon used as a I 1 I EXACT COPY OF WRAPPEB. : f

,'i 142 bushels per acre of potatoes when model and it has boon built upon or I l 1- Mon.xterivll Fi-h '"'--- _d,,!', THE CCNTAVN.OMPANY. NEW VOHK CITY.

{, neighboring fields; did not give enough twisted arer.nd in some now manner its victim i is ., ,
Destroying a typo of (con EtT:: 2: "' 1.! w ;f to pay for digging. Fruit trees have until the uninitiated \voul think each stipation. The j>"\verOf this murdeiousj
' made great growth, four to six feet In a now kind of a garment. The principal .I j: malady i is felt on organs) and nerves and
e a season, out in the short: grass country point is the {point In the front. muscle and brain. There i is no health

t'. where the tree is a novelty. I This is always seen, but every one differs i I till it's overcome. nut. 1>1.. King's New > yxt>r>>&a tTr \r aitiih SV Q aaditlrtYaitk>wwill wW,3rS aadi a iizIIit w wnRBFFING'STRrES itt oa
i ( Life Pills
are aaf: and certain .
from the others. Some have
In the present instance: there havebeen sharpe SllPPCD FROQHT PREPAID
, j i lest in the world! for !stomach, liver, kidnevs e
.. set aside 1D.OOO for the points in front and the backs: out
acres ust
and bowels. Only 2.> cents at P It.Wilson ':) WHAT to Plant.' .. f
.: of the experiment, and the money straight across while others are rounded & Son's drug store. 1 '! ...and HOW to Plant It. | .
needed is lieing supplied by capitalists or bobbed like the jackets worn by a ; Tells yea all about it and describes over S
to that will the Eton college boys. The collars un \) Vt 3X varieties of choice fruits and flowers. f:
prove farming pay. The :
; I Mis. MrI 1iidgtt:11'ho wrote the song, % UITOB. MI Oranges, Peaches, PSuiis, Persimmons, 6
, hundreds of thousands of acres of landowned vary as much as do tin points in front i' Tl.eie's Only One Girl In the World for JR / \ tRUBS!r Fibstries' Nut 1 rees Grapes, f
by eastern investors: will be directly and time ways of trimming are quite as ; Me?" McPhidget: "Adam, i guess.Hazar. :. a* 11 4 Ornimental Trees, Roses etc. |
benefited if this is a success for varied. Some collars are faced with ; A'l Adapted doe Southern Planting \:
they can then soil it to farmers, whereas velvet, and, in fact, every one can suit -lllIl'l'l' -5 Also a Complete Stock of Field and Garden Seed and Fancy Poultry fEverything1 -

herself I + ..... for the Farm, Orchard: or Garden.... :
to the of
as they are now dependent on the cattlemen way as L -wis Dennis, Salem, ll d., says: "Ko-
for buyers, and they arc more well as the shape always bearing in : dol Dy.-pepHu Pure did me more <:ood | Kfgh-Gratlo Gooffs and Low Prices Our Motto f
,i willing to pasture the land free, as at mind that the Jacket must be Eton i itr iw In than an\ thing I ever took.'It digests;
Ii': present, than make investments that I I what yon eat and cannot help but cure | Catalogue Free... The j GHffilSg BrQS ,ra., |

,1' will take cash. The investor is thus I dyspepsia and stomach! U' l1ble::, II. II.WiUon Nurseri and Te't Grounds PGR1QNA NURSERIES, |

t paying; his money for taxes and getting; l\ dun i
at Mdcc'niey, Fla. JaCttSOSIVtHOf Ffaf \
nothing for his land, from which the ? fe
I tu' settler moved away long ago. eSljt1 I "1 care not who lights the I attics'," ,' '*'(\i'i)r-i\".t l'f\! ftrym! Ttlf'1'If'f\II! 1tTT T RtTfitltPttfiN'hTt! 'ri\i\'pf! !M' !H

Along with the other experiments said the Hy war iire.-Hindent] "nor for ,mss

home of the wealthier farmers and the: 'lt that matter who \\ins tu'm, so long as 1
l} land companies have intJ'ohll'l'lll'xtl'n- '!'may wnte the u-poits."Philadelphia

t,;. sive machinery for the cultivation oft /t {I North Ameiiran. '
" the wide! bottom hauls along the rivers. i __ _

\: One of those is a huge steam plow f Going lion II Hill.

..".": -. ,. People MItl'rriii;: front kiihiey diseases feel 1 'T
ja :ruins( lint :..hul111"-> nf 'Itn'IIlh Bud viit.ility. iI i-
The)' !'Ih"ulII""l' no Unit1 in trying }\
I l'viry',1 Kiiliieyt'me, a glial:lntl'l'll itreparaticu. / o
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"I h.lItl'll'ln! tell me h.' moans to name L '- kSO FF\
I his now boy (Jecr I'." ", ) d or new i. ;t

+ !'h.It"WII:1t tin you ini-an?" "Washington (

t < I or I)eweIndiaiKrpolis.lournal.. (
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" 4 III \\eul-i grllw shot'." Iii|>untitn in y mi' VS pwWy- -
b 04) \\ ill all. grow i!II..s-. won |>n>iuitly e:,- '\
ll{ : lei llifiii l II v a'i n;: lit d rII'arilla. \ :
:, I
TMAS .... When a muiih-nr tin the gallows de-
'6. \ clan that hanging does not check homicide -
,, .',- as did .las. K, Brown in Jersey City,
, general form. The skirts nino times .
i it imis-t at !leapt be a\cvptetl as diintrrestt -
I' PLoW. out that turns over eight furrows or more the .1 expert testimony.
as jacket and this i is usually i
at time and does the work of I'lof -
, a a !score homespun cheviot crtt rU1t'tt or 1 I(I
4 J Polt-j's Hui.ey and 'far ( uhh..lit'im': i is
of horses I
to say nothing of the saving \\hiprord. These stuffs are hestatlapt- iiniiicsti"nally the liest reineily for the
of ton IIH'U.s it puffs its way across fd fur such suits which are more forexeryday [ throat and (hm.;;. Plc.i--.tiit tti take and i is
the plain it makes a queer picture, and wear. Clotherietian and j guarantt't'd. 1! I II. Wilson .v Son.
f.f.r : T.E1..I: -VVEEHr.: : .y S 9, J'IN: G-S
the coyote furtively hides out in the hlll'lriai serge are for the nicer
Ull"I I I I ,
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dead sunflowers of the draws as it Box coats will be very I J. I. IJevry Logaiiton, 1'1.Hi", s:

,> comes iu sight. The prairi. dog scampers :,;swell and many like them. The principal ;'- i!j'I I am willing to hike mv oath that I wa.- JACKSONVILLE AND NEW YORK
('Ill"'llot pneumonia entiieiy i h v theusenf
underground deeper and wonders
1 thing about them is the ;groat '.One Minute Cotiirli (' alter cllwllll' hil- l'Illiug tt ('IIul""h'lI, S. ('., !Mil \\'a)a.
if the end of the world has :
oomo. The amount of tailor stitching I'
1. put upon eil. It also ciiretl! III\' cliiKlH-n! vxhoop- The I' .1 in '
huge machine would not work in the them. A few have self collars, but lH' Mcaisiihiits lie ( oaslui>>(' N4'rt If'{ .
inr: coiiirh.! ( ;nickiieiice. and erne-
k r a..,' smaller liel.l.s! of eastern states but more have tat! velvet ones: made and i!IrUlt,: ll::, l"IIl! ..., 1'1'011\1, :.:1 il'i't' 41111\ thr"lt Tin: rLim: :M:'" J\: <.MM: ) ,t.\n ()t''UII% LId1S
*. with furrows a mile long; and fields( a finished exactly like those on melt I ;and lung: tiouMc-:. Childien like it.

, 4 : mile sqiiaie it produces wonderful re coats. Ply fronts are seen on some, :Mother! end"-e\ it. 1 P:. I I.:. Wil-on \: >1111. -- lIin.t'I'nin': Retneen_ .
!,t' salt,. There is also impruml machin' while many more are double breasted Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, Bud all eastern points.

f l' cry for the harrowing whereby one boy Stitching and milliner's folds are CASTOXt.A. (';tllil!!t at ('l>;:ili">t<>n tltlit way ,;.
,; can do the work of two or three men. IIot h't'I' fashionable trimming for Bears the (Kial( Yi!! Name AtMjg let x SE'II-WEEKLY-\lI.IXiS: .

: The cattleman: is the (king of the all kinds of tailor made garments.They Signature dt _. ,..nof "UI"' "1111111- From !.euiWl'.uf.l !:u-!om XurthtKnuiti I-'UM-I f<-\,t ..f HCMU Street,T.u X.ui \ieCLt'II's !

L, semiaiid region now, and with his were always eft'ecthe and showy I .. h"/". ST. JOIIAS UI1' IIt LIXE.
) herds and (:luckum1 \creameries\ he for the amount of labor.
KlJ\i\: : LIXK.IJif .
is nitkiiP.litottey; whore fortunes 1m o The nehats asuns! (( in roiuparison !'I
{'('n gat');smut illt' :tall Saufnrtl.
: been lost. The agriculture is all managed with those of List M-a-on indeed Perfect Health.
fvV with view to his fur Moppng at \I'nlttha..l'tol, 1'iain,,. lies .i.rd iHel ntil). Cue; Springs -unl titht-r
a set-uring cooperation two rr three setsums. There
are j i Keep the syst'-ui: in perfect or- iutt-iiiitiiiate .landiux'-- St.: ,)l.lni-i IH.T.Meatner .
; and for that reason the l1IlIIJ'IIf TIm straill ln\ely tli-! -.i;;;;ii 'KKKU'K: DtMAUY.: ('\I'W.. _\, Sn\w. i itppiinti-d to sail a, tallow!! <. :
; It crops raised are of the fUI'a variety, and others of rough and ready straw, .j tier by the occasional use off Lt'ave Ji -u\illt-3.0 |>. n,., SninaTuiila: >-) and! Tlnirscla.vs.

: I "roughness"; the farmer calls it. Oni Soilhae T.un O'Shanter, crowns of Tint's Liver "1 ____ Lave_ Slluti..t1,____.___!Wf. _) a.: in.u.,_Eutt__-_ _riiSi.liti___! :__a.'_in._,_Monda.vs._ _Wettiuxlays__ amid FridaySl'lHIDL'LE. ",
i.I : \ fails for a hundred miles in west- the straw and others have Alpine I reMate S"thllt'UlIlI. XUlthlltuud.

: *? ot Mr.nd Nebraska and neerarrival crowns. Crowns of every hnauhubleshape the bowels and produce 1:1',111.11'\\11. Head II\|".
r l istlur, u.t L.IV wt.vNewark > are union them.There Lt-aveH *> iltu------------------------Jark'-oiiville_-._Arrive',1 txt am
V Jjlim A s .I't j.ui. .1'ahttka.. ... ,
Body. ;
[! tiUIl':', claims on is much h'gli Vigorous -- -- j.Lea\e nil pun
puffed drapery "
Mr t-. :S 1111 am-- -__n__ -. A-tor :
y .- ..... and :; ':iclju and; dugouts; or and many bows. As yet there are! few For sick headache' malaria b l- 430am-. -t. Fnul.'i'1- S <:5t H)
:t i tnatle auuui]'tit [m 'i.x-ii Is. xho! cat- indications of a great Mural or ribbonsvasoii. .. .Hfi-.fiid! I iti-Laiid)_ lw' (HI u'n piu
:'l'\ JShor tal'tf :111 nowt;v 3! the farms : the general idea appearing to ious 1ess, constipation antI kindred t> 00 am...-.__- ---I'.liitSprinjr _- -- HUll am
1 _\nin'.30aoLn.u. saiifiuit .... "
.. u. t uu
n41s favor am
where the
, -piiuuuuu iu im- '"'gnd J liiirh putting around the diseases anab olntecureTUTT'S } SJ5 am------------------------- .. "
... ..1} Kiitui'HM: __ ... ..- ._. .!i 3() am
YI y ,fsoills le\el and < \IIl'kl'll. If crown reaching high in turban' fahion. : l I -----
j farmer gets or /II' uplands and for this we have much liu'ht Liver PILLS E. B. WAGER, Agent TitasvUle, Florid : f

- rf 4-I is not easily biuVranilo\[ >l or the roots material employed: like liberty crape, General Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. -
( KSffaid(! moisture silk mull and ;
the grain do the.o Z ht! tatTeias. There
/Of: to keep MissK "I'. ]t is not ia: ;good deal o liar*:ltl-: and t hirruig.Some ;" \V WAIJIU'UTuN:.. T P..1.. F. M. IKOXMON'UEU, Jr., F. P. A., iIt
CURES WHLRt AIL ELSE FAILS. I.I-- New York. tfM \\'tt;, Bay St., Jacksonville, F7a.
unusual in the dr Cjncimr in that SI'C'tion hats bait havyif: feathers, like Bestt m4h syrup. Tartes (rl-nl U Use (.'. LOYIILL, Avt. Fl.i. Sui-t. JNO. L. HOWARD, Superintendent,
of the west \\\yup in March peacocks' phft&ams' breasts, and in time S.ld ht droeeits. FiKit llogau street, Jacksonville, Fla. Futlt Hogan street, Jacksonville Fla.
wheat that wad Floriajf in September others have ostrich tips. Some doelJ : Q TIII.O. (!. KiKl: :, IVM, 1*. CL"IJt'u... '

and find that.1\ .C Dd, &ry as the day t large toques are fairly covered Traffic Manager Clieselroush, Building, 19 State street, Sew Genrral.-\gents York. .

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[f- .. VOL. XX. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900. NO. 48.r ;'


CURRENT LOCAL LACONICS. Extensive CHURCH Repairs AND to the GYMNASIUM.esbyterian.-An l LATEST NEWS !AND INCIDENTS.[ The state Committee Democratic 3Ie3tui executive committee STATE NEWS ITEMS. I!1

Brief Mention of What Is Going On In met yesterday at the Rathburn
Outdoor alters of
Interest That Are Happening (
A, and About Titusville. t I hotel in Jacksonville. The time and Bits of Information About Various Events t '
'" The repairs on the Around Town. *
Different Florida
t: Send your watches for repairs toW. M. are about I place for holding the state com'entioni Points. 1]
--.', Woodward Titusville. Work Jas. T. Sanders, Esq., of Miami, was j I was selected and other matters were at. The Fernandina strike has been settled #i
k guaranteed. h has been done is of
town Wednesday. I I tended to. The campaign for governor by the granting of the 10.per cent ad- t,4

; Mr. T. A.' Robinson, of City Point, fer. Twenty new Mr. W. II. Tancre, of Ankona, is in I and state house officers has developed \'anre'in wages asked for by the blacksmiths %'

,' was in the county seat Wednesday and put under the for a day or so. no; specially interesting; feature: and the and boilermakers.The 'G
building is
yesterday. resting
Then it has been Mr. W. J. Tucker, of Fort Pierce, was candidates are making a quiet senate has unanimously agreed to
t Mrs. Jennie G. Hall arrived .I canvass of the state. The gubernatorial
in town take the
ined. Wednesday for a short while. up Quay case one week from .ij
yesterday from down the river candidates-five in all-are in favor of
next '
Tuesday and discuss
it until disposed
The further I *
repairs Mr. K. B
i. where she has been foi several weeks. Raulerson; of Fort Pierce, he: Chicago platform and Bryan, and of, the discussion
revarnish not to interfere
the wood in l'
town the first
of this week look-
here are no !local issues: for discussion.It .
,'. Youngs' Bicycle Livery, Hutchinson in new glass !? after business interests. ( is a tame political campaign. The: with the unfinished business. .I'

::.. avenue, near Indian River hotel. ttin up of the A good many of the farmers! of the t
Tang Messrs. L. K. Myers and John iul- state convention will be held at Jacksonville ,
f dems and single wheels. 'lI1n ium. Plant
Popular 1 City section
are going to plant the '
started down the river for a : May 16th.Florida .
W. E. Youngs. There has been \ velvet bean 1
exclusively for stock
i. uise in the latter's sailboat yesterday.The ,
i: Mr. Ja!!. Silvertooth, a former resident and to complete Coffee "'('ell. feed. They claim that they can get far ::1 1

F. of this place, arrived here from Kentucky about $?;) more. band gave: one of its delightful better results from it than they do from '
The gymnasium! is air concerts last which Several thousand acres in South Flor- planting
; last week, and spent a few days with night, was corn. 1!
relatives. use of the children of by many of our townspeople and ida will be devoted this year to the raising -
The *
but it is not intended :: tors. of espinoM, otherwise and familiarly state convention of county school ':

? Mr. Scott Kyzer, of 515m, has gone tot be excluded that known there as the Florida cofTee! weed.It superintendents will be held at Jasper ,

Fort Pierce, where he takes charge of an be open evenings to Archdeacon B. F. Brown's appoint- gets its name from its seed, growing in from March :27th: to 2Jth, inclusive. State 'I I

orange grove for Mr. II. S. Williams, of and it is has k-en for Sunday: will be at St. Gabriels pods, and somewhat resembling the StiH| >rintendent) cheats has prepared an '

Uockle Titusville, both morning and elaborate program; for the annual meet- ,
ge. a small fee. For a coffee bean To what use it is put the i
service. i of
ins school officers.
; We understand that wedding bells are 25 cents per month; Florida growers: profess not to know. It '.

expected to peal forth in the near future entrance and 10 (' County Surveyor Fries returned Wed i is sufficient for them that it has; a mar The statement is made that a fine J

at City Point, probably by the middle The training of \' from Orlando, where he had a ket. Like the sunfl,i vverif 1, s,) largely boulevard is to he constructed along! the '
of next month. conducted by Mr. \' attack of pneumonia Inch la-h.J I raised in We-teru Iowa, it is probably river front between Ormond and Sea .1

Services at Presbyterian rhurch tion will be iu-Indian several: a erks. He will inspect the used as an adulterant. The plant is a B reeze. It will make an attractive drive, r i j

physical culture, \ 011 loads just as soon as {IKi:;>ible native Mexic.i an.l its seedhave: been: the round trip affording! a (ihireon the '11
March 25th school
Sunday Sunday at
, : wand exercises will +n'. imported into the United Suitein large river and ocean fronts. ; I
9:43: preaching at 11 a. in. and
praise service 7 Jo. ; song the training )Ir. J. F. Ix'Baron, a former resident of quantities f>r a lI:1tn"l'r" of yeais, large In the circuit court at Kisgimmee about ..

The object! of the ) plan, writes us from Honduras, firm in the: west and north: buying two weeks ago Judge Jones declared the i

Apnl sailings of'the Clyde line steamships symmetrical growth he is! chit f engineer of thtmcr heavily. So large was the demand that Oceo1.county fish law unconstitutionalin ::1

have been received at THE STAR Theie will be no attempts) wers made tgrow the plant in
\ : -lIondurtacompau} It takes letter : that it provided) a special penalty,
office. If your are going north take the special feats of two weeks to reach this place from the (Tnite,1llte,. Exp rim'nty with it which applied in that county only! instead
i I sea trip from Jacksonville.Mr. object above all I section.lfr. in Arkansas an I Texas tiled, bat satin of having a general application !f-; '

II. H. \'eilhe )1 r. Hughes desires fuctory reOl1lt.n.r: obtained! in Florida
of Savannah, the. B. F. Ire and family returned to throughout the state. 11
traveling representative for Hradstreet what he has done i lat yearaud a rapid growth of the in
northern home in Philadelphia John (i. Collins, ex-editor of the Talla"i
was in town Tuesday: and Wednesday only intended as a n-try. is predicted."The .
esterday afternoon, much to the regret has-ee.iii, has pmcl aced a fine plantation
from business houses. young men of our J
reports our erect their'many friends in this section, who Old Homestead." of 700 acres, 1 le will m'ike a specialty of *

Doctor S. W. Carroll has had a S'l'I'l'att.'u'k lil st or procure a i have been gla I if they had pro fine stock, securing; the best to be had. ',.
of lagrippe for several days -cltssgynnasium till l their stay. Mr. Charles Edbert Grant, the monologit He is buying the latest improved farm
them all that he i i-ave Deninan finious % +i
which has confined him to his homo, Jightful climate, wilh )lisIartha Tyler, of St.: Louis, Mo., and implements, and will shortly begin operations 1
"The Old!
{I' |i'utr fury ,
We hope to soon see him his former self: there i.s no necessity in TUusville Thursday of! last IIOI1W"tf:1 1," in the opera house Tuesday for the season, two and a half miles ,-

again. erect a line building. eek on a visit to her sister, :Mrs. J. 1'n from Tallahassee. *
light to a very ;good audience, consider
Mr. R. C. Scrimgeour has been very upenair gymnasium? Miss Martha has grown to in; the weather, and the further fact I I Mr :'. .1. .;ligh, the fruit and vegetable l

low for the past two weeks with la rirll't at very little a young 'tally since she and her mother hat so many of our people are ill with. broker of Tampa, with his partner, W.D. .

',, but last night he was a little better. Its vacant lot on the l Titusville several years ago. agrippe. ills impersonation of so many Gamble, have the packing and "hip- "

\ feared that the disease may develop his -ecuied! and dressing) : ; (':tpt. Henry Wil-on, one of the older; c haracter wa- tine and highly enjoyediv ping of the famous Peter's crop at Cutler. '|4

1 1:: old trouble of the heart. built, and most of ( :; in thi wholewctiou of country, all present: toile a sum tl money This is the bL'ire crop of tomatoes in the j +

} :: )Ir. ":. N. Shoats, state superintendent be made light here. in town the latter part of hi-t week was turned into the gymnasium from 1 .. state, e-timated at '? XH)0,( crates or more, '

t'.ir!' _. : of public instruction: paid THE Sr.ut Mr. Hughes( ; used: i his home on the Banana river for this etitcitainmcnt. and is the biggest single: crop (If any kind
office a pleasant call Monday afternoon Charles hirer.: ; first time in over a sear, haying been This will b-the c'ose: of the: series: of ever Illlldk'l.llJy one firm of shippers. ;

1 1t + while in town until Tuesday morning; iiaiuii; U -ton, and ill :'l'\'cralillollth., a. >. lie was ac entertainment- tominlttee; has in Miami Metropolis: It is: n markabler )
when he went to Dehand. give any aid that di liand for the season, I but another \\ '. j
by )It'N Will and 1;. J r. that, after a vi.-it fl"lJlIllIIle of the numerous >
stait and carry on :1 full course
IHa.l' which
L > Senator Quay and family are nn\\lt : ri 11:0::. candidates to a Florida town, the '
Now i i-: the time to will includeri\ best artis
::t. Lucie, but it i is said: that the senator little burg; one of I h'. J. M. I Dixon received an order last From here )1 r. Gram :to !local paper generally announces that he'made ,
;goes Talladt'gla" :\, '
will return to Washington by the ds many friends during his recent
'l'k from the Frcllel'ict'arn: ;
t'phu es on the cast C(';Titusvill'M com ,\ reserving a :
day-sfors'gt.t t
that his ca"e! is taken up in the senate, '. of New York for seeing; visit to the city." Now, just suppose: that
lure I undone for us ) :t barrel of fluid I however, in the Land or! Flowerere
April :3rd, as he wishes to be on the much to nuke this act of saw )palmetto, which he manu reaching: that state. He has filled all the candidates: should! drop into one
a number
ground when it is being considered by the ... visitor.Physical (' millohil'llwnt of same tt SutdN of dates in this of the town at the same time. Where would
part state n-
the senate. hi-t that town be Wouldn't it be awful?
atlt1''l' then he ha-
training t : Gently, having recitedltt Mellwurneohautauqiu :

The naphtha launch F.rl King: has been bi'cuining a crime to n'll another order from the :\mc DeLand, Mount Dora) Davtona n, It is undcr-too-I in Tampa that the !t

chartered by Mr. Naething. of New YOlk: Titusville!, be the first -l' for six more \barrels of t'xt act. Dr. Oilando and other points.Cleveland Jacksonville Naval :'tort'CmH:1l1r has

city, to tow the houselioat: Cure Marie, for a training has supplied l IV.rke, Davis iV Co.' -- just ,'Iu"l'llne.otuli n-s for a large' hotly

with party aboard I, to Miami. It i is expected :- athlete, where, other !largo firms with saw pahnett I') Has An Adventure. of timber 'lauds) in that :-:l'rtion.'ortIim: '

the trip will occupy about) sixweeks. can also enjoy the : Owing; to a dearth of saw pal I .\ dispatch in the \ew to ;general minor, the tract corni-ts of

The Enl King left yesterday for' sailing that is so berries last year there i- not a largi York daily about forty tliousuid acres, and i lorated

the Thousind: inlands Banana river, ___ n, '!), of extract on hand, and these re Xt'fal"l rioterdah: '. ( io-lin-jvilK March on1.. I Lucie near Hunters Point. This i+, of course,

where the Rose Marie i is anchored.Mr. ,11'sT la outers go to ihow that there certain. Saturday, 17th states naval stores and will lmh-
that Iv- I'I1' illt'JJt Cleveland I, who, wit ItGrr purposes, } ,
.\ is a demand for what can be had. l be .I
carload of the I :able followed by se'cmlr e saw- j
\\ II. McFarland 1 returned the I a party of friends habeen fishing 1 on

latter part of last week from an extensive umer. ISuild your I Miami Mctrojtolis: La-t Thurdi y the M. Lucie river, had an adventure mills j';"

trip in the interior of the state. Hi i:: ) I. C. cellars, a young man alI I while hunting f-,r ';;:ttor.*. He ;sot a Fernaudina. T.-['. A C. : What f:

have restored I confidence l j as a caipenter on the Budge boil be of neW-um11 I'
protection tents I I (paitial ducking: : armor nairowly escajied, gt)- may a matter of great interet -

among the orange :,:1'OWt'rs at F.nterpi Ne, -- j I ).!, lost his futinuid fell fiom the sN C-j I j i ii ing into the water. The -mule i is now to the people of not only this county -

and the famous IVBary grove will I becultivated The lli'\ i j story to the lust, striking' ; the timber-: boa I -tin:! he ":::tw,1 Mr.( ('Cleveland's! ; ,.," but the! entire state, i i- the fact of the :

again and )brought; )back toi its Froin tin K.'I.. t I such a force as to break one arm.I I although: he admits: thai )1 r. Clevelandfi -hipmeiit! of sweet potatoes in ,'arlol.llots ';

former glory. The McFarland Frd1lotectiun it Tinhitorian of I :: : theutherand a frightful ga, gave him ynnedlr.'leyrluul cigars; to keep 'mum.' from thi- state: to northern mtrkt't'1: ;
I :
company will make some cal Sun i is making !i' \ his head lie was, carried at once t't I w getting into a boat; l'e.Iti'l' 1< il.lheen fur\rardwl, j

necessary changes in the arrangement of his attaik on : : i !| | olliiv of Dr. J. M.[ Jackson: wr bv', 1 I to explore sin-ill stream w'hen the ace I- and two more are in "preparation for ship

their plant, and will then be u-ady! to the latter, in joint "1'I't> lu was given surgical: aUl'IIliollI' j| dent hapixMird. I lie slijiped: and eli ment. The ut result! to the fanner on "' i

}proceed with i filling the orders lately leceived ed States senator, in ] ; afterwards carried: to hi is room. It I i> I against; tlie! ,gunwale so that the l hoat the live car Iran ;:U cents pr bushel.
I _ht that, although quite scriou-lv' i
for tents. ItppN11tad shipped a auat deal of water.Tlie .
certain free
silver ) .\ letter
: ; he will recover. wareceived in tiainesville Fri-
W. L. May, of JwkMn'ilIl'110 was, '1'hcjointnmi: i N '| I Ii I other occupants sprang: to the otitide icr J,iv by :Njiiator MeC.eary from Senator
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and saved ): Cleveland
employed ill Titusville two or three pose; it is not a ; || () 'sh'l' I"i ju-t r. from Mallory stating that the lattt>r's health
Supper. i going bodily till'nth'I'. Asitvvus
months; ago by the McFarland Fruit Protection has \but one duty { Wit slowly improving, and that he would
company, i is charged 1 with the abduction i tion of a United :' : : ', The Ltdief Aid society of the :\Ittlto- I he' got one leg wet ;al-.I\'t the/ knee. :Mr.I hkelv; be in hU seat at Wa-hiiiglon stine-

{ of Kate, the 14-year old daughter! ; (have& been\ jut as -t church! will give : oyster supper i! ( '''n'lathl'iI'S; hN health is good, ami time in .\pril.! ln.ttr Mallory is now

; of Mis. Ida: Powell, of Jacksonville. It j is duce a lesolntion! to < evening at the Indian 1 liver band 1 heexiKVHion; to deliver his out-eof m New Orleans, and states that he has

also alleged that May forged I the name of l dent. After the ; proceeds to go to the fund for re- kvturcsat Piincetou.---'--- been haying a seriotitiin>', bat feels! that

Judge. Willaid to a marriaire certificate I pre-c-nted, :tl\llllt,1 ; i i ;; and repainting till'ethudlt: I! Oranges In I'olk.) he i- now on the flla't to recovery. His
, for the puri>se: of ul'll\'a| -ink the anger of j closed\, the point \\ \building.; I I.v cream, cake and host of admirer-i in Florida and elsewhere
the! mother. May first tried to secure ai I lout of tWdl'r.11 /Ift'C will be served. KvvrylioJy j in'ilt'II J HlI tow Coiner: 1 Informant, : From ;.t't"' will i \ }.It' glad I to learn this.
in the : to attend and help j lent indication- orature cro'i ot Polk: ,
marriage license, but as the girl vasj[place journal, : i a good c.iu-e. ji Tampa Herald If
: i is
!I full athe ---- 11'III1J1tyhlring tie! (pivnt: year will' l ht' a man in lFl.
under age it was it-fused him until he secured congrrs:- i i iI I .nilla whose :.
j judgment
''a stenographic ' j much larger thin that ot :i.'iv oti! .-riri: upon orange -
consent. The mother Cure fur
parents' Smallpox. '
culture i H
; worthy of confidence
I dent of the i!itv in! time -ateuv jn--ib} y tut "i that man
Warrants joint i
was opjHV-ed: to the marriage.: is i _\. (1 Liit-i
The following ; of Terra Ceia. He has
cine lllloioil'i!! The im.
i' could rule ap-eaied{ III t hey] :: "'- i !!
i issued but he could P'csideiit, a
for arrest were ,
i made, the motion -toll Post .some; time ago, when it wast: ha- In'en that U.-:s,ito snot Mai. *I"t. ..rt- ju-t made trip to I'uUi for the express 'L .
be found and it is i liow .:lill that he \
j of
agieed to almo-t : by a reader and cut out for ref err the baunei co-iniies III' time.' fate, and l i.iatvu : purpose studying the condition and ,r4
his from lll :
has sucaided in making escape the I aftl'rwartl, when .::, ; ; 't', who hay handed it to TitST:: | in the nutter of orang.-s they s.irpii'l' !rte i is sati-iie: l that Florida ha-5 nothing to .
another state thiough
that rilto' }t i lines' Were proposl'11! ![ [, as it is certainly) a haimless! rcuEr ly'd'thers.! '!' Ilt v\-\er, information ,li.t-!!!r, fear from Cuha in the way of Competition ) 1
aid of a friend. give in or.uige culture. III. in vgo -":' "" It f
Dimick'olt.., for itPlt't' from an intelligent olweiver, who travei- says ,
- j "I 1 am willing to risk cannot be a to'I: I
1VIUN ytHT un I.)), I the Stun to discredit: my reputation as exten-ivelv and wh.i! i- w-II inforiifd. pr-1 ,, ..,.or
public man," writes Kdwaid lline to'we' iist rained to inlievr that !Pol'sae i i-.und at all. I IK* j
Dimick which i is are oi> ayeatatsI; ''allt'l';, J, Fla. ;
IhlyonI' lumber, sash, doors, builders' ,:' Liverpool Mercury, "if the worst r and I HilM[ /),niiigh coimtiewill ship! more tuiihuu duliary to :gi k_, :.jwT.f:.\r th j

hardware, paints and all other building| ; I'' one brought! III :, 1| smallpox cannot !IK cured in uve'orauceI'inii' : the conng:: season than'all therefore, tobacco! Li.i K.rd.u'y. t.wji yr, 't s_ '

material of U. F. PAIIDIS.IX, j jKau I abadca-eof legislature, simply Fitts bv the use of cream of tartar. of11't'l Florida The orut.c.r1)t't' in reach of thni a._ *' plan. 0114 d. Fish ,
(ialhtf Fla. thinks oar I fed tPr. : .
"One ounce of cream of altar UK-oIvi-d in this county ha'tht.'t.n thoroughly a man ; V r.
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--- -- I Dimick i is too well a i ati- -qlfllIlU3.:
a pint of !hot water, and drunk at in-j: habilitated: they have been judiciotisli h rl-'usunahle athPst -- 1.LlellL. .
\. RUBY BRAND CORN, the best, at line tquib to hint .. tit
, when! cold .
\ is a certain xei-1 I fertilized :lll cultivated, and at no lime .
and turned to the senate [ .ta,
Main Washington to
New Store cor.
I Dude. remedy. It has cured thousand.-, i! in the hbtofIIi the l'ol1nthart'- orimllauge ,
-- .Jf'TlUriHoanI.a
.' leaves a mark, never cau.-es : been \ "
more IIl'altllYamI .
UlCYCU .\T.nUGI I vigorous ; ..., : I
Hunt and \ : ,, and avoids tedious lingering" -i tNh
or growing: !i'wrjzl| ixuriaiitly and ltulll,1! take a !-I an lse ,
/ One White racer, 23 inch frame, with 1! Fit and : ; -- -- i t filled with a wealf-auu. ati; omit. The fur Hyde I1l1l' 'Piughua JIIC ------------ _, ,

racing equipment, in good order, used boat sails a speiialty. For thoroughbred poultry and I ture of the orange i ir.iPf;a.v in Polk[ county st'Curt'tillf i:4: Ofh' .

t very little, cheap. Speak quick. Call at h supplies of all kinds write E.3UlW.. i is hiss with pmmViSanJ values are office. This is t.xtot. or /t' FLA.

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_'., 2 THE FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY MARCH 23, 1900.w ___:"': r ::
Florida i

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0'" I LLA LLE-- CeDtral & Peninsular

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I :: -- : PA rITUSV Jones, president: J. 61. nilon, tl urtdr; J. Railroad
p night in ach month at their rooul'.
I i :. iftiL In stomach troubles, has a magIc

:, } % touch promptly relieves distress and f. & A.M.-Indiaa River lodge, No. 80 bolds Unexcelled service from Florida
t S A11J its meetings the second and fourth Friday to aU poiut..1f .. .. .. ..
"'1' all other dyspeptic symptoms. It makes evenings of each at the court bouK..A. .

rich, pure blood, gives strong, steady nerves. A. Stewart W.mouth }Jendel.8t>crl1ta1'1. North, Bast and West.

:, '.. INDIAN RIVER GUARI> .-R. E. Mints! Two trains. daily between TAMPA.
: Captain. Drill every Saturday night at JACKSONVILLE, SAVANNAH and

.: CREATES APPETITE AIDS DIGESTION. 8 o'clock, at armory, over counC1IUKC1JKS. t jai. fJI.tJIBI': ', carrying Pullman. Drawing

--- .-. -- .-,--- ---' 1 1 I Itoow Sleeping with sleepers Cars, cannectiug forWASHINGTON at COLUMBIA .

Redor. Services second and fourth Sundays BALTIMORE
I Cuba is ages behind the times. The settler Senator Chandler calls the witnesses in in each month at 11 a. m and 1:30 p. m. PHILADELPHIA.

IK nORID 8m PRO pms.! from the states will find many hard- the Montana senatorial bribery case the Sunday school every Sunday 'at-"9:00--"-a. m. and NEW YOKK.

" ships, and his road to fortune will be full greatest aggregation of liars he ever saw. PEESBYTERIAN CIIUBCIl-Kev. John A. CINCINNATI
with sleeper via
Cassava and Velvet Beans the Best FoodsFor of stones and pitfalls. And Senator Chandler figured conspicuously Hughes, pabtor. Sunday school 10 a. w.; Also ASHEVILLE.

'' : : Fattening Cattle. When a stable government shall! have I i in the politics of the old southern Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m Prayer .

: t ,..' Evidence that stock-raising in its broadest been established in that island, and when returning board days, too.-Boston invited meeting to Wednesday come. 7:30 p. nt. You are -

i /; and most advanced phase may be there is some guarantee that this stable Herald. "Dixie Flyer" Through Sleeping Car

i '. made one of the leading and most government will not be upset before --- BAPTISTCIU'ItCII-Preaching at ritusville Haute between
"I am indebted to One Minute Cough second Sunday in each mouth, morning and JACKSONVILLE and ST. LOUISvia
breakfast revolution
I profitable industries of Florida Is aeI every morning by a Wednesday
Cure for health and life. It cured evening. Prayer meetings every ,
my meI
I =_ cumulating. As basis for ; we think Cuba offers an admirable field Sunday school
a profitable evenl at 7:00
I of lung trouble following grippe" Thousands g Lake City, Macon, Atlanta,
.,; stock for colonies of horticulturists, who have Sunday at 0:15 a. ro. ludi-tnola on
I' -raising, we have the first prime es owe their lives to the prompt actionof every Chattanooga and Nashville,
I the fo'-rth LaGrange on
had with Sunday:
sential-an experience semi-tropical
, almost boundless pro
pasturage, this never failing remedy. It cures Sunday. E. N. BELL, Pastor Making connections for KANSAS CITY
'. and this, in conjunction with the equableclimate ducts. But these colonies should be or- I coughs, cold*, bronchitis -.. ,
I croup, pneumonia ---- -- CHICAGO and all points in
that makes possible the use: of ganizedand managed by the colonist, I grippe and throat and lung troub .METHODIST CHUKCIL-Bev. J. Mickler, the northwest.

! 't this natural grazing land the entire and not by promoters in a New York h',. Its early use prevents consumption.It Pastor. Services first, and third Sundays in
I is the harmless each month 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.; Sun Through sleeping service between Jacksonville -
office whose only aim is to sell the land only remedy that gives
, leaves but little to be desired from a day school each Sunday at 10 a. m.; Ep- and New Orleans via River June-
-and apparently to lie just as bard as immediate results. B. II. Wilson & 5 on. and Pen&acola.
I natural standpoint. In other word, nature worth league every Sunday at 3:30 p. in; tion

1 has done her part anti done it well. they know how in order to sell it.-Florida Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7:30 p. full information application to any agent f
Ladies' Aid each Wednesday
Tax meets
Assessor's society
Agriculturist. Notice.I m.;
For years cattle raising, even when at 3:00 p. m. Everybody welcome. of this conn any. J

i -Iv. conducted in its crudest form, has beenan will he at the following places at the A. O. MACDOSXKLL, L. A. SHIPMAS: J
i :t' industry that has brought thousands I I Now is y. ur opportunity. There is no time dates named for the purpose::: of assessing: TOWN MKECTOKY. ., Geu'l Ass't Geu'l Pass. Agt. t
when the is much in need of -
system so a goodmedicine ---- - -------- -
i of dollars to the state. The owners of like Hood's Sarsaparilla, and no taxes for the year 1900:: TOWN OFFICERS.A. D. Peuney, mayor; ---- -. 11

; large herds spent nothing, either in time time when it is so susceptible to the benefits Haulover, Tuesday, 27 M. S. Jones Jr., marshal and tax collector

! or money, in the matter of food for their. to be derived from such a medicine. By purifying Mints, Wednesday, 28 C. S. Schuyler, clerk and treasurer; John A Racing Yacit
; in enriching and vitalizing the Lhllld and LaGrange, Thursday, 2'J Henry, assessor, D. L. Gaulden. F. A. Los- 11
stock. The
only expense was herding toning up the system Hood's Sarsaparilla Titusville, Friday 30 ley, J. M. Dixon, W. R. Knox, Juo. K. Walter
I t ; and branding at the semi-annual roundups starts you right for a whole year of health. councilmen. The council meets first

i""': and the marketing of the animals. Constipation is cured by Hood's Tills. Cocoa, Saturday, 31 Tuesday in each month. FOR
Canaveral .. ,
Tuesday April 3
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The market for was Cuba and the
r' "Brown said the of the Blanks will be left at all the postofficesin
r local towns and cities. partner: corner !i the for the $60 ,!
Zj The beef taken direct from the range office! "you put that notice on the returns.rounty purpo J. of making COUNTY OFFICERS. L. Gaulden. Titus ,
ville, M. Goldsmith Titus
county ,
I ;
wall 'No
and there
r' is naturally inferior to that produced elsewhere Ijoafing, are now Assessor.: vine, prosecuting attorney; A. A. Stewart

r.. hence the Florida stockman has actually live men lounging directly under Titusville, clerk circuit court; J. F. Wooten Full and
working drawings instructions
j' suffered by the competition of western it. Go out and tell them to move on." IIOW'S THIS ,Cocoa, tax assessor; E. W. Hall Sharpes building a Racing Catboat that anybody can for !

,: grown beef, although: the latter sells at No," responded Brown, by the way of a tax collector;; John Henry, Titusville, build, to cost, complete. f50. Send postal, r

r,.' double the price at which the Florida joke, "1 won" do it. They are beneath We otter One Hundred Dtillars Reward for treasurer; J. II. Sams, Courtenay, superintendent -, mentioning this paper, for full particulars. '
i anyai(' of catarrh that cannot be cured by public instruction; J. O. Fries, Ti
range cattle is offered by the vendors. To my noticl'-Wa.hinton :Star.Recuuuueudetl :: I I I Hall's Catarrh ('Ufl'. tusville, county surveyor; J. P. Brown, Ti Subscription price, $?.00 per year, 25c. a copy ,.
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meet this competition it is necessary that F. J. CHENEY & CO. Props., Toledo, 0. tusville sheritf; T. J. Cockshutt, LaGrange Address THE RUDDER PUB CO.,

the quality should be improved and this for LaGrippe.N. j[ We, the undersigned i have known 1J.. registration officer. Murray St.. New York City. ;
Cheney for the lag 15 years, and believe him -- --- --- -- ----
. ." of course, can be done by judicious feeding Jackson Danville, III., writes: My l' honorable in all 1 business transactions COUNTY CmDIISSIO ERS.-J I:. Walker,
and only by judicious feeding. daughter had a severe attack of lagrippo and financially able to carry out obligations Titusville,chairman; W. H. Sharpe, Sharpe; A $4.00 BOOK FOR TScts.
'k ....., / seven years ago, and since then whenever made by their firm. any Jos. Mendel, LaGrange; Juo. Houston, Eau
t- There is a wide 'margin between the she takes) cold a terrible cough settles: on her I West & Trim, Whole-ale Dnissiats, Toledo.O Gallic; J. N. WallerlIkona.. Regular e. The Farmers' Encyclopedia,

;1' price of the average Florida t reef and I the IlIlIgs't, tried; a great many remedies : Waldhiir. linuan..1larcin, Wholesale Drug- slogs are held first Tuesday in each month Everything:per-

more desirable western article, and the without giving relief. She tried Koley'sHoney I giits. Toledo, O.Hall's taming to the af-
i. wide-awake stockman will not be slow to and Tar which cured her. She has l Catarrh Cure is i taken internally, acting COUNTY Titusville SCHOOL S. F. GibJ.BOARD., Melbourne.-J. M Dixon yy- 1 = ..fairs of the farm'l'n troubled with a cough since. :3c ; household and
dirviily the blood and -
upon mucous sur- .
: see the advantage of appropriating a portion and 5 k. J*. U. Wilson & Son. i f.uvs of the system. Price 75e: per bottle -- stock raising: Embraces

.. of this margin to careful feeding and Sold by all druggists, Testimonials free TIME CARD NO. 4. r t the horse articles, the! colt on

preparation of his cattle for market. ()ont Shelby Cullom! has a grip on 1'e- Hall's Family Pills are the best. horse habits diseases

The feeding experiments recently conducted oria which makes Oom Paul 1 Kruger'shold ._ n __ of the horse,
Steamers the faun
, ,_ by Dr. Stockbridg", at State Experiment on Pretoria f''l.llike the gentle! clays M>TICI:. Indian fruit culture grasses dairying ,

! station, at Lake City, were pro of a clothespin.-Washington 1'ost.: State of Florida, )) ( I tj cookery! ,health,
a cxtta -hecp -nine.
duetiveofsone rather: startling results. "It F. 5. lit Killct 1'Ml.! ICOSDESSED :' JII'tf\: ', !......,;. the
A number of ordinary "scrub" cattle seems to nil', said: the reading County of Brevard. J l Ft-lu'uar'y222nd- iii'I{, i"IJ\"I.:
boarder, "that in such wet climates as the life etc., l'lOne
taken from the Florida fed To all whom it
.I. range; were Philippines our soldier should tar their may concern: SCHEDULESOLTHEorXD of the must complete -
for a period of something over a month '' I ,s Enclek! >-
tents to make tbem Notice i is hereby given that Win. Treutler : ,
water-proof. 1'erthey : rxdia.s!!in exi-'e { '
on various feed-tuils. The experiments hap+ doenturtil the E has this day applied for a tax deed on certificate A !large b>. k,, M: ,1 ;
were carefully and scientifically conducted man in I No. 7ii i. tax ale: t>f hUt, upon the fullow- Leave ROTKLEIK4K Mondays. Wednesday.Thursdays .. X in'hl'- {:..
everything fed the cattle being Mach suspenders. \II'way, we are told lug described land to-wit: and Saturdays, 4:00 p. m. pages: tubs! illu-!
f, that th')' often pitch their tents.Youkers L..t 1, bliM-k! I. lau (ladies section 16. township Arrive PALM HE.U'II Tuesdays. Thursday. crated, b und m
and measured and cloth binding
weighed an exactrecord green -
27 south 37 .
Statesman. lunxe east..bud Fridays and Sundays, 2:30: p. m. .... and equal to
kept. The result; was a gain of a that a tax deed will l e issued thereon other boots costing

fraction over three poundsper day perhead. .\. H. Thllrul' after the expiration of 30 days from the date XORTH-KOUXD: ?I.CO. If you desire this book send us our special
; MgrVills Creek Coal ( 0.. of first publication of this not ice, in compliance offer price $0.75, and 80.20 extra for postage and
IJutl'.ilu: Ohio, writes: I have l/reii allected with laws of Florida. Leave PA LSI BEACH Mondays. WednesdaysFridays we will forward the book to you. If it is not satin

Feeding experiments conducted in tl.estates with kidney and bladder\ trouble for years, Witness my lund and oJlicul seal on thi and Saturdays, 10:00 a. in. factory return it and we will exchange it or refund

of Missouri: Kali and passing gravel or stones, accompmied by 17th 11:1.t' March Arrive r.OrKLEDGE Tuesdays, Thursdays your money. Send for our special illustrated cata
: s Iowa will! 11)00.) logue
quoting the lowest prices on books. FREE.V .
cx'm'iatiug pains. (J:her medicines Saturdays and
only Sundays, Jl:00
the improved breeds of those; ::,tltt'hlw:: gave tt'lliptorar.fI.litf. Alter taking FoIey'V A. A. STEW ACT. a. m. \ e can save you money. Address all orders to
ed of Kidney Cure the [Seal] Clerk Circuit Court. Steamers connect with the Florida THE WERNER COMPANY
a gain only a little less than two result was surprising .\ Mar. 23 30.1. ,
+ few dries started the brick East Coast railway as follows: Publisher and Akron
pounds per bead per day. Tlw gain in dust, little tine Manufacturer Ohio.
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stones, etc and now I have no pain across -- -------- --- -- -- [T-e \Verv.r C :opaeps thoroughly:; lelia'le: : ]-Eu.tor.
Florida experiments cot a little over SOUTHBOUNDLeave
Administrator' .
my kidneys; and fe.llik. a new man. Fwliy's Xutin'lll.t'rs.l1l -

three cents per pound, while the increase Kidney: Cure has done me 1,0J, worth ot .\ JACKSONVILLE a. in. 50 YEARS'
in g ood. B R.11'ihol.( !) concerned take notice that six Arrive IOl'KUIKB3:3. .
the-feeding experiments conducted in : p. m.XOUTIIEOfXD
J ,Sliu.--- months after date I will present my final I j EXPERIENCE
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the western s-tatts tunned cost over six ----- accounts and vouchers asadiiiini.strator of the

cents per pOll nil. This is a line showing lXT.\XTED-lIolll'.t man or woman to travel estate of Harriet L. Wilson !late of Brevardroiintv. ,,
for Florida, coiiMdoiins that Y Y for larxeliouse; salary i*> monthlyand : r loriilj ,1t''P.IS, to 11"11. 1) 1iallldt'th .. Leave lLElliFt'1-i II r'- I II I
exporilheut .JACKSONVILLE;
expenses with increase ( p. m. .
: position fiiunty judsie! i>I.aid: county, and
V here were conducted with ordinary permanent; srlf-addreaetl stamped pr.ty to be diM;'hitiued; from.m \h ..idminiatrution. I

"scrub" range cattle, a :lint the im t'liiea'M.envelope.' :MAXAiiI. ;3:;o {':ntoll Md;:.. \. :--. \\ !ll 1.--0'\, INDIAN RIVER AND BAY BISCAYNE j 1I jI I

pl'UrelllJrcctls of the W'st'rnttl' Ir.Stockbridge ) .lduuhitlatur.'Pitt jI

claims that with C'iIiSiland I -, \ lilt'. Fl.i.. Nov.'l.:; Jsi-i.: INLAND NAVIGATION CO. I TRADE DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTs MARKS

it* velvet beans beef van be I lIIldin Florida! -- Opi'i.itiii-: a line ..t' Mc.uiK-rs betweenK0 &c. .

at the low net coM of two cent pound I y a Y.S ( KI.K1HJE.: "ii IMH\N UIVKK.: Ar.I., -" "' ': H. ,,,,,1 ,.n,! 11"'I"'f'P"'. may
per .A 1t:2 and ['.\UI ]:JF.U'H, on Ltsl.Wost'n qir, ,)\ ,.. : ', II",' "bc.t'r: I'l
Florida Agriculturist. ; I FERRYS; imciii 'II .- L'', \ ,[\ 'I! "i'.;:". ( "'"I"HlIJ"\-
.1 ; = 1 Z: t tour-bins ::>t I'I'iul'ild laud- > .
t I II ti.m-- : c r i i to'kon : '
ill:':;-. between tlt(':>l' II\.jllt I sent tr.'... t.' 'c'-: ,.,..' v :..r rt'.rtlrlly{ 1ht4'I<'.
I'.tt.-i- i tui'ii I11r'aL'h Mu: I. \ tv. rocolve1'ti
I If troubleditli iheumatiHii: ::in.1! Til.kds are on sale at and information can 84flt I"tI" \\'UL' l" ,..r.c, IU tid
Chamberlain's Pain ISalm a trial. It \\ il. iIf I lot ii!niKil from any uf the fl.llowiulJllin'-: I Scientific i American.A

: not Cost you a cent if it does not t10\1. ( hn j inli'k: "ultvllie.-3h.! J. IL Katferty. Ae''n .

If application will relieve the pain. It a-u: .,a 3jJ "\'I.. Ilu,:iin and Hay t.1 I A h.wl-"i. iu-'r.itt!! t "-.'$'s. T ar.'e-t cir.
c I Tbuu5aIl\l5 of.;4f.h :1. ('u !tI"n f .it>v s' it-Mil- 'urTang. f 3 Sma.IteaierE
:. cures sprains and bmUein: one-thud th j ('rH'" ',,1 ,... ( l'CI.' ''" 0:' *H. lUiitiMine -General ()tli.'('. Paul I. I I re.trf: 'nir nu>' : il. :-''hi bvull !

i time required by any other tieatiuent. t.\"ry ). ,Ir", \, r .'Ttr '.itildin!.'. MUNN & Co,36'Broad-- York
Y(1 l"'al'I"'lIItm. a', (1:1'.11' rah"t Ticket ()tlice. Hotel I ::
': II t S, burnfrotbite?, quiii' ey, pains in i tuts : Ponee iK- Lemi.Ticket Branch Van-"tS F i+'a !,ih_tnn, I). 'J.
: IorHl'; I.'-', old III .
t .
pad "I''' ( tlin' Florida East t wt:-t 1 K.n i! '
L thes-ideand this! :-1, glandular and! (.tlterH'IIiII ''i It 1'11) '! tll 1 1',1\' 1lilt:" III"IC itr \\aystatioii. I
I r. F-.It.\" --.I's. j
\ !:< are quickly cured ; FI\t"\'lIh I'r pll! .'r 1t3Ft cKtrZ'S
by applying lr. t t'"n'wh.'r,', "'1,1 ,,1"n. I, In Ce''kkilge-tiro. (;i. Ult-aauii. 1 *S rfgl! ] BALSAM
it. Every bottle warranted. 1'iiiv L'.") I : .lha"; till' 1"t. 1 "_I".t \JlIIII' f:. -toain'iMit whart lffi&Kmn- a tu.i -LI uowaa

and 50c. I b'. 11. Wil>on iV Son.AHOUTITUAXC'OLOXIKS.. tfl.D.: M, may & CO, :' DETROIT. MICH. ItJ':' Ti. ht Olli 5v, Florida East (.'.a-t K.n.: i I, ts ?' flii'r lYectr.. Fai's Kx.--'t.t,3 Restore?' :Bray

,. W.I)' station. ?r iir to i-3 Youifa: Co T.
Hf \;, f. ) i iI '
; : Ya III !Miii I'.i'aehT.. T. Rl't'Sl'. \ eut. lt !!-U>."k iI I

____ I f! north Uuya! I'oineiana. 1 I

l>Vai>|>ointr.l Families l LQQlt i Ti'-ket Office. Hotel Royal I\.illl"iau': 1 BOOK FOR ONLY
Itituruim to Floi- i $6r00 $2.90Magner's
ids nt'I'I'cndin 'flu'ir11.. BOOK OF THE \ii-l all ticket otiiees of the Florida l..i; >! ,
Do you see sparkling ( '';u>t Railway. '
eyes a healthy
and Stock
I Disappointed: tint d ;'.in, a ttpressK in and a r.ucul "The Bow-legged Ghost and Other Stories! l ; Standard Horse .
foitunestfker.are l'il \ui.f I'h '
al ; lung ? 1 hcsc atrtcio::s arc the u ii't \IK-F ( R. UAIU.M.I. A compete: pat< ..1'I
readyreturnn! ,: fiom Cuba with many of K nid htv.llh. It t.icy are ah:int. tl'tre g With an intro- -- '. I': 1' HOPKINS JR.. al l'Ut:}lll'l.tJa: l'
tales of woe. Many Fli ridian< who bail l isnt.ul.ltsavssone! di ordii \>l t'ic disc d u c 11 o n by fi1 :_; Tia\ \j: I'.i-oonger: Agut-. .,,, 1'ttl1\d.1 LrfeTrUitt'
tinotlv fiminincor'ians present. Hi .ilthy n America'sgreatest j; f'rli"rs 'owiers i. ,i
met with misfortunes on account of the men organs mtau htuith and beauty poet, q : 1 Ji ;: iM ..,$ eunld'9m 11.11..'
freeze etc. s\try w here. Jameshit- I"')-w.jli Itti .fJ Xoti e.11 .'. .
packed up their effects and 1 comb Riley. An .... "?+o.' v .a.bie. rt eipt:
!:Irrtt \InI'\\: ; t'I
went over to Cuba to make homes and illustrate volume .. -? ..,ate-;.. q .r.' ..\1 -on. erncl 1 take notiee i that six omit !- .ui'iig.. !. cvi.i.'i
fort 111 Tlw"l'rc of original ? .f .j' ,: '! .'. I t''h. Ili .
IPS. deceived by the r { (t ", > an ailininU.tntt.jr { thi _. .:; talurll.i;" g ; .vI' :-
hu i
m orous }l-J.F'\1f' ?; ; .' ..: I li"-vM! A. Kandall, oj.\(.: '
highly colored ;''' ;' lute .I' 1:1I'\ard l'IHtDlIut :
; pictures drawn .ketches '
by the promoters. ,tU InD of &sauS verse, JrmJ'Wf.l<: 4. I". p'\' K.r"li.; . cat ,,'
file}' were let to l-elieve that facetious paragraphs <111 'j"" iiirh roent my nu-il .",ami v. I'Mi .,
in 1 } : "il'l; t- atliiiinistnitor to
obi hey would find \.ythin the hklwcs and A boos cUthat liWl-! 1i,, T'ff ,. .,'.' I ,'" i II. liauMtii.. eoiiiity jud-i-tlie Hoiini to .".tf\'.QI p'. i'l" t':1!
; makes woinon beautiful and healthy. t ; of,1,.j.1i' i r. ir.i i'.u.' u tr.
desirer and that fortune i will not j I t ; rn.t'. ..mi may foi' my liualllbdlal' .. ..., .. '..
: hung It strike at th ;: n..m! > 'i"ir. t 'r i '
:: cf all
;; rout their disappoint the K ; 1 1 .' ;
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n'aJy ti' fall! int\lthdrollt- trouble. There is no menstrual disorder reader as K I.J.--\: : :.1 'I' t 1,200 pages ove
( malnific.nli115
enters 1 ;' JoSKI'll P. illutsi : l,7oO :
at, beck or l' the ache os pain which it vail not and heretofore a new '\ Dye I -i;..'litrand :t, ,-\-otieio a.hIlJlli"1'i. : t I' a i.J1jJ; > ana
111:5 that so: cure. It is for the budding girl the ; I":. 1 11""I'IIII'l'r 'l!"I' :>ul utely the lines
many be- unexplored ;"tJv' '''''' \' > r\.l,. Glth..t. I).. 1"//. vai&abl
busrtrifeaudthematrnttapiruachir.g: I field of humor. ? and most
the first li.1 "
up farmers' oook in t.1
pay- the change of life. ... I, A book to bo .
\t.every trying Notu-e to Iebtors wurld. It a:'" o
lilt seen, broke; crisis read alI<\ and 'j and Creditor.. .
ira j
a woman's life it brings enjoyed s I7 special col
- .II, and went itlof health, strength and happiness. It I: your friends.among Contains "I'-e' B\ 11' gtR" I'L I'I""n.:! \ -; h.t\inu: i-lainiA aiiiiit the.-t'I ite ore plates.: If v".
them havefollow I Costs $r.oo of medicine dealers. : "When Ezra Snug F.r-t I'-s, "1 he tit ":; .' I Aii'lrc'As. lade of Ire\ard! (" ,\ ileS.:.. "' thMtK'k H"'
For Couldn't Ijuuh," f>.."">.t' T.t,ts of l"lltu:! : del'casd!. lit \ <'i.r spet.iil one
advice in rt-hy notilit-il ,
soon to .
cases requiring special Books," "xlhngI.o'ks"f! Clair.ollnuian! N tlietii! II.'- I price, $2.W, --: .v
'c! money directions, address, giving symptoms, Fad," "SkH-iety Ai-tr----," etc.. ete. This tin si nt to the muleisijiii'il. prnjHi'v' ah"tlllutit'att.,1. ut.'ttvunltht' :...K itu
The Ladies' edition bound in cloth, printed on extra tin> within the time prtMiiNi] L\ H'''. il it h u>.
or perhaps willlose The Chatta AdvisorDepartment Medicine Paper and absolutely the Ut hmnorous IxK/k put b\\.r this notice will IK- pleaded in bar ,i|ri i -, b ',iuactor). return
who go there Co., Chattanooga :, Iished. Worth $2.50, mauled pttpaid for $I.O< lecuM-ry. and all persons owing said e-aUtt* 'i ----,""", audtlewtllexebar'g!
a pioneer's life T Onler at once end f sear new Fpteial illostrated an hereby required ti make immediate it or refund t 0'I
MRS. EOZ I il i the lowest p.ivuieiit money Stud for our special illustrated lawlt-'gu
.. IS, of catalogue mailed free. yes you to me.
PS and !.r \'ationspment :Texas: BATS as troubled at Oenaville, pnces on all good IKK.IS. Address all order t JOHN luotmg the lowest prices 011!'. FREE. W
monthlyti )
kLE.hulIlIstmtur an save
intervals with II \ you money. Address all orders to
of a e pain!> in my head and THE WERNER COMPANY; .\, of the
tie!\ back, but have b entirely relieved estate of James D.I i THE WERNER
r of development of CarduL" YibiUh,ri sad Umafacturers. Akron. Oil X nd rews, deceased.I ,

I The Werocr Company is thoroughly reluLte.1-F '. I I 2fei Feb. Srth, 1900. I Publlrteri(The W einer tad Company:U'Dufioc\urera.: is U igugbly: reiutie.J-bdrtor.Akron, OMA


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... ---- FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY.. MARCH 23.1900., .

i.r: THE .FLORIDA, STAREntered Florida Resources. "i1 4"":
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The Gainesville Sun, in an excellent Al I l INDIANOLA. 1 ;\ ;!1

at the postoffice at Titusville as article advising the peopleof 'I
3ilrty-econd Anniversary Celebration at MilNO :
I ,
second-class mail matter. Florida to develop the great nat- tbat Place Last Friday. .

Ellis B. Wager, Editor and Publisher. ural resources of the state, says Although March 16th dawned rainy

?,- among other good things, "the best and was threatening until 8 o'clock, FowoE

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. citizens, no matter what may be there assembled at Indianola over halfa

his religion or political belief, are thousand people to witness the usual i

SUBSCRIPTION, 81.50 PER ANNUM; those who earnestly strive to ad sports! and pastimes, commemorative of Makes the food more delicious and wholesome

75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS. vance all those interests the 32nd anniversary of the first white
lady settler's advent on Merritts Island,
idvertislng Rates Furnished on recognized as promotive of the pub- "Aunt" Eliza Field and her consort,

Application. lic good. Any man who permits Uncle" John, who were congratulated one-design boat for Sydney, X. S. W. Tomato Shipments.

his religion or his politics to prejudice for their youthful appearance, buoyant The[ five supplements, one in colors, are Miami The

Communications on live topics, especiallyof his action in dealing with the spirits and thoughtful considerations for excellent pictures of ships, yacht and ments are Metropolis quite good: and tomato the market ship

local interest, are solicited. But the editor welfare of the whole people of the the enjoyment of the large assemblageof ; men-o'war. A powerful and graphic I price is also getting much better and in
reserves the right to condense them to suit. bonhomie citizens of Indian river and I poem called Bristol Jack adds to the
Brief items of neighborhood news always state is not as good a citizen as he many states composing Uncle Sam's ; nagazine's attractiveness. The price is consequence the growers are feeling bet

desired. should be."There trust-ridden domains, who were con- 50 cents. ter. The crops that were damaged by

It must be clearly understood that neither always has been and always stantly arriving during the forenoon by the cold are growing beautifully and the
yield promises to be quite good. All in-
THE STAR nor its editor is responsible for will be different creeds, brit launch, 'sail and rowboats, carriagesand : Prevented a Tragedy.
opinions expressed by correspondents. it should be shank's mares, thanking Providence Timely information given Mrs. George dications point now to a very profitableseason
forgotten by none that I after all for the majority of the
for the cool, pleasant and enjoyable day, long, of New Straitsville, Ohio, prevent
Subscribers will confer a favor on THE one person is as much entitled to seeming gratified they had ventured out, ed a dreadful tragedy and saved two lives. croppers. In some instances fields that

STAR if they will notify us of any failure to give expression to his honest con and towards noon glad their baskets were \ frightful cough had long kept her looked as if the crops were destroyed,
receive their
paper. awake night. She had tried now look as if there had been no frostat
victions as another. But no mat- well filled with edibles, and at 12 o'clock every many

ter what the creed of individuals fell too and consumed a vast quantity of remedies and doctors but steadily grew all.
; TilE drummers are assuring \Vm.J. worse until urged to try Dr. King's New I
the staples and luxuries of life that loaded
there is substantial t
no reason why Discovery. One bottle wholly cured her
Bryan that they will pull for all should not act in unison whenit the new and inviting tables set under and she writes this marvelous medicine Weekly Weather Keport.CT. .

him next time. They have had the magnificent and towering oak, hickory also cured Mr. Long of a severe attack ofmeumonia. S. DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURE WEATHEB
their eye teeth cut since they comes to contributing to that magnolia and palmetto canopy. Such cures are positive proofof BUREAU.
which will be beneficial to all. After the appetites of the throng had the matchless merit of this grand rem-
it for statement of
and Comparative
whooped up McKinley "It is the duty of every good been appeased the children of both sexes edy for curing all throat, chest and Inns; rainfall for the week ending temperaturesand Tuesday, i,

Hanna. citizen to others well indulged in fo,)t rates, and then the troubles. Only ;)Ol'. and :$1.00, every bot- Men. 20,1900.Total .
help as as
-, kid had sack tIe guaranteed. Trial bottles free at B. R. 1900 1899
and II.
grown rare, Sams
himself, which can be done without I Wilson & Son's drug store. 6 DATE. M.\X. MIq' M.\X. MIN.Ich. .
A BILL has been favorably reported blocks in tumbled over the line first, and he also ) U. 77 61 78 7i'I

in the legislature of New throwing stumbling won the wheel barrow race, which sounded PROPERTY FOR SALE. 1.3. 71 62 7S 70
York the way of the progress of any like a grass-widow breaking up the II 16. 72 62 82 67
to punish child stealing with furniture. II 11. 61 53; 78 6g
legitimate business."A .V Valuable Place at Tropic. On Merrill's "
life imprisonment in penitentiary proper development of the Next, Will Hatter, hatless and shoeless, Island, Florida. 18.19. 71 76 63 62 78 63 69 70

.. Every parent will agree that the .4 20. 82 6S
63 52
natural of Florida
resources exciting This place, Tropic, is the very cream
punishment: isnot to08e\'erefor the bring prosperity and happiness no of the state for climate and soil; the for- rainfall for the week. 1.16 inches.
crime. Such ought to be the law wrs called atug-of war, the Departure from the normal rainfall for the
only to the people who are nowhere ind seeing and hearing so mer, as name indicates, being waily week, plus .97 inch.
in other states. but to the hundreds of thou hid in the scrub, thinking many a battle guns was tropical, and the latter equal to the soil Departure from normal rainfall since Jan.
"- .. of Cuba. The freezes of the past have 1st, 1900, plus 1.88 inch.
sands who will come. clout to take place, but afterwards learn- failed IlAt P. HABDIX,
to injure of the
TIlE new battleship Ohio is to be 'Let us stand unitedly togetherin ed that only a lot of boys were spilled instead and the most any sensitive groves here, Observer Weather Bureau.

lunched at San Francisco about of ammunition and blood, a'thongb : vegetables; are Jupiter, Fla., Mch. 20, 1900.CASTORIA.
an earnest effort to advance. grown and shipped to northern markets
a lot of clay pigeons ----
mid-summer. President McKinley : near by were being each winter. I offer
Let us harmoniously strive to accomplish tracked my home place of
at by crack shots and others that
is booked to be present and L that which will redound nI acres in Tropic for sale. Location, the
lever crack{ d a bit of crockery but tried I
make a speech on the occasion to the benefit of all by doing thai :heir prettiest all day. very best: broad front on both Indian I
I and Banana livers, comfortable tIwe1lingr.atN'ed
The understanding i it that th which we know to be right and The next event was the beef shoot, participated -
(| : ), outhou.-'es, artesian well, orange For Infants and Children.
speech he will make will be really studiously avoid doing that which in by a host of good ritle marksmen lemon and
grapefruit trees and ban-
*. the opening of his campaign ,ur conscience condemns." two quarters being won by Dr. anas bearing. An opportunity to get one The Kind You Have Always! BoughtBears
Clia lliil and T.
E one by (Jrotjan Uonid. -
of the handsomest places in the whole
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learning about
more -
any quarters tate at less than 'alut.ddrl'
THE Standard Oil trust is a good EDITORIAL COMMENT.Mr. we take it that it was a three-quarter \ s, of m+-#
(,. F. EX EV,
second to the Carnegie ed hull that, was contested for.
f. company Tropic, Fla.
It distributed dividends among its I Hanna has made all arrange The day's sports closed with a turkey

ments to have adjourn in pull, which was a comical novelty for the --
stockholders to tlu congress
on Thursday
amount of 23000000. It Is such time for the opening of the presidential i- contest tourists of at an least hour, but after tile a fearless ridinir;
by and
cow-boys a
?! 1ELp I
dividends as this that create tin campaign Mr. McKinley few preacher, doctor1l,'anll Maryland: ] FOR YOU
t to need all the boosting '
feeling of hostility to trusts-amnng expects e cow-puncher, llradley, mounted on an

r those who don't share in the divi can get.-Erie Herald. aged deaf mule, who, hdn:: full of turkey \

J dends. font soup, got all tangled up together, the \>. For honest treatment and a speedy cure write

r" In a nutshell, Mr. Hoot's remarksto old gobbler's head refused to leave its Dr. J. Newton
------------ or to
I" body and was bid oil'at auction by Dr. ttI go Hathaway whose

f. [OXDf\\' was a red-letter day in the Cubans are that they are Jeo. Hill, who, by the way, had an eye 'ii, < great reputation is a' sufficlen.t guarantee of

police circles in Pensacola. The capable of governing themselves, to business.; he runs a tooth mill up in \y ,\\ 'i\ satisfactory results. Consultation "i1Free.
; ;
])rlico court fines aggregated 8525 but not ready to do so. If the Billy f'enn's old: (, and had lots of

Cubans can warm themselves with guest*, who, after the .'year-old bird nl r /J P \.r,$0' (''cntIarkd Ik-re- !:( J wean: Back.oult. .
sy At ,
present are forty-three had ben u l2 try :': ;;::;; 10 a:1: t; : urinary Paiuful.lJilh-
boiled and baked
this chunk of ice -ts hours,
\ they arc welcome. stases, pnxliricij (roniwr-colort'd T t:, Fremient, :
prisoners confined in the city jail. broke out lots of tIll ir Bloody or Milky Urmiil --;
Jrinol'rs trying to spots wi l.u-u: or l"IJJ' lit tie ulcers the ; fuu.-toii
1J Norfolk (Va.) Landmark. on diseases of the It-art, Luu!; .
. As a piece of news this is all right masticate him, just for politene.Kike.. tongue: in et't; \If e';:vat,falling out of Ii\i-rail ;>ronu:li; also Catarrh, Rupture
!. but as to its moral hearing for that At SO( p. m. the portals of the large, the flair or !'yhrow.". d(.'-lY of the tiit-h or K'H-iuiMt.Niii, Piles, Fistula and all Hlood
If Porto Mien i is not a part of the hui'c-. I'o'iipletely'ly ud forever eradicated and Skin I)iN;t.,'s and all Female DNfav'itrritwi
: city it is a very undesirable item, tastefully decorated I club hun-e wen- without: : ties ue of injurious, dnl!!<. learim. : a-i' the latent and bet
t and one that we would hate to United States, what right has. congress thrown uprnuul the grand march, led! tii.1 -\-ttia la a pure stroug anti heahutetliuda kmm tJ medical si'ience.t'TnbJt1 .

; to re' i ive it of any part of the :,iy Mr.I and Mrs. John MclKmaid at 9!>, set f 111 iiUtv.1. iJ By corretpon-

L9 f publish about our town. Dingley tariff? If it does belongto tl e bill to rolliuvr and. at 10 three hundred 9?!( rtf-fia' or enlarged veins hkhaiiUUb'Ciw nome T rea f men t deueealwassucv -
list to a conij/kto loss of !Ice5ful. Write for
publilllt'd and
: : -" the United States what right has happy people were within, some, of sexual pmer; aNo IIdrocele, Gonorrhu'a, i i Symptom bLiiik if you cannot call.

A CANAL across the peninsula con rpto violate the constitutionby whom were wall ornaments, but them Greet, Strk'tunaud I'nvateand Venereal i i J. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D.
:'; :uiy exquisite dancers found plenty ot Diseases weaknesses of men quickly Dr. Hathaway i Co.,
of Florida, it i is said, will be one oi imposing tariff duties cured. I! 33 Bryan Street. .
upon our ro tin on the spiciou: :, glassy /Moor, and Savannah Ga.
'. the MKMION Tills '\\ViiiNlyltrTlNG.; .
'L important matters that wills own territory ?Canton (0.) Xeu>- \\hirlediiboiit full of glee until o A. m.

t. come before the Southern Indus D 'lllOcra t. to the celestial! iim-ic rendered by the

;; trial convention in Chattanooga ink Hotel Indian River orchestra.Our .

May. If one-half of the proposed The British: government may exterminate hair IIt' II, full of sand purs prohibits DRIFTJNGIl.IrWARD :

I canals across: Florida had ever I een the Dutch colonist: and our tellin:r; the cuts and textures of Bright's disease,

1" constructed the state would lie give their territory Veil Uhodes the elaborate! and st)'lislt toilets worn In I gravel or other
t the hand-oine: and smiling In-lies, bit \ kidney or bladder
k ':1, cut with a network of waterways and his followers but the fact .
up remains the d-w tills our eyes h.1'a.N' space for- is what thousands

: they could hardly be plattul that it violated the treaty of [>mentioniiu the button rigs of the are doing who do not

, correctly on a map. 1 ;84, by which it had contractedto many gentlemen. The mirth provoking s' know Are it. You may be one of them.
neglecting that backache
feature of the unique eventas the clulire.idi'iit's II ,
relinquish all claim to muidle tired-out
. feeling, dizziness or other
in the internal ad'.iir: of the Trans ( direct imjMtrtatioii! from ;South symptom of kidney disorder ? The
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be s
to doubt
appears no Afru-a of the original dusky cake walk- r, SNinptums of kidney disease are

i the fact that lIon. II.V.. Davis Valli.-'Ilicagu! Tribune -t's chief, il[ :.rpcr le (.'harkand hi- many and peculiar-baffling even to

t will be his own successor in congress. charming: k'-t !! rl. :M'lle. DoiuiidencM: ti doctors.

[ There has The! si ran;Zee feature about McKinlcy's John who deftly handled! her skills in Here is a simple and sure test
.. not existed, nor + which
is that he 'mivuiytk anti angelically raj ertil+ anti any one may try :
.. is it all probable that there will exist \\aliZt-d: aUml the floor with her taleiite i Set mule! a bottle of urine for twelve hour
F :*h<>uld have been able to pick sorugged If .t M-Ji.ncnt or settling occurs it is a cute
any serious opposition to him.As !over to tl'e!: mii-ic of the Xul'i oicht-tia sIgn of kidneydisease..

matters now stand, all indications and impassable: a path 'OIllI'O"l'd I of Jack' TlalllJJp-"iI, !kuij"-t : I Foley's Kidney Cure is absolutely

1 }point to his nomination by through a district unrippedthrouuhout MMU'j lieorue! buiieiib; eiisTiiom.itamborme. -, i : tT'iarantecd. You run no risk. See

' acclimation and his election by ; with signposts i put up 1 get Foley's, the guaranteedcure.

by declaration of independence' The kniutiful days and night'enter: -
- largest majority ever given a the constitution of the United tainmentwere big success socially and BANNER SALVE heals all hurts but Cupid's wounds.
Democratic candidate for congress: financially, and clean: the club from
States and the revered utterances ,
from this district. debt
of1Ilcrica':; honored :statesmenand On account of the non-arrival of the

jurists.: -St. Louis Republic.: names of all the prize winners, as promised
f, I IT i is said that the elections IU'U m.Dyspepsia. \I) nlII !
coming by the managers! we are l'OlIIl'l'Iled i

in Cuba are to be held, "after Congress and the executive de- to omit them.

the manlier of American elections." Apartments are wrestling with the F.\KMEK SXolicr. \ :,. Hyler's Tablets

This i is rather indefinite as there;; (}uetion: What i is to be done with

are different manners: of election I the superannuated clerk.- We !have ) WHIT iii.s ItP':1:\ IIO.M: roi OTIIIIUS

indifferent states. In Montana, !I jtl.e solution-Aboli-h they: stem Yachtsmen will welcome the big March t'.vHI: DOM i'OU01..;.

for instance: new $1,000(! bills are that fosters and l'reatlthlm and issue of the only yachting! magazine.: Tin head tier Co\'s letter below: uuly'ue'.I't tluuiNiiKis!: We have 011 tile iuour oltice4

used as vote persuaders; in Indiana, 'I give each clerk a certain term o f Uudder. It is a profusely illustrated edition Munlti-k ('ure t'\\t1alltal.a..

containing articles:, designs autll'ic- (TiiitlemeiIt i i- with diltideiice that! 1 writl' YIIII. for I am not who
into one like
are separated 'blocks office( and clerk will become to thud i L;"
never inteiv.-t :: itin pried but I feel that !in thi it i> uiy, dote to those wlm butler and
to those
tureof who
't is i said that in Pennsyl- superannuated: in public of great "il Sall to write you what 1I'h'r... i1'Spl'p51a fahlt'tt... have dun(: for juttiiS niv gratituhto!
the sea finpraurt.) The lead off N a : all ht'lo (of'r being \\,11 <1UI1. I :'lItftrttl horribly trues wunthstg II I ..i1'II'
carry, dead men on the f ce.- I Dover Index. ti rely pictured .Ifwription( of the fanu-u- lillll' hardly\ able III'I tux; hn'ath. ,11:111 tl'll'.l: unit;.' pb'I'laI1S'III1"illY stoTUu'h sli.l .IsslK' the liliH : ;...
:rote them rbulatlyrolina Idait! followed Ina heart trouble, tlth\' t.111 eatarrh t..III:1eb-all dived the but ; "tll. ;
s earn yacht well tune aH' relit I d..n
I I know hv 11111alln'rtl; .\'d nudidm-s I took but Mill no relief. A friend t
acc mling When ( Jen. Grosvenor, ::3peakin r : t lId yarn of perilafely overcome, unfit I H.v-iH.-Ha: { Tablets, Without hope I got them and began taking. To luy surprise advised IIvlt-: ,'.,

man, they have! for his party, said on the floor of the heading of Iown oil' Shore. Aet immediate relief and. after unit;; three Itoyes I am now cured antlll'l'! better than they;I lent\"it\ _
ballot of seven splendid! full page pictures 01 m ill )" ,lrj. End"IIJlHl f;"K'. !ling which !wild UH- two buses: want cue of them for \
Ltufling the house of representatives, "We the model room of the New York Yacht I and the o'lier. while I mm don't need them. I will always keep them in my house lilY sbkr i

fork, they co I- are going to make all the money c'ub will iatercfct those who have Yours gratefully.. R. F. I
place them i11t in L out of the transaction are especially prepared for I>Y'I: L-i, In- I
: we canhe, seen that famollapartm'lIt.mon: ;! tin ,li-eai\'ii. Catairlif Momath, Constipation, Sick Headache and all diseasearisi .
citizens, also i told the tru 'i about. the imperial : other articles is a story of the ;Smthen, from a Dig Jl"dl'rl't.l Stomach or Liver. :: .". }

irged to Illinois iiisitions.f I Yacht club, A Cruise: in Australian! \\"a,
gorcrnm our ac .
: Tablets
{ Hyler's Dyspepsia are put in boxes 30
arises which o f Greed, is i ten-, a full account of thy crack privatwi days' treat-
iW me motive and des of the I ISll war etc. There are unit ment. Price, $1.00 per box. mailed to any address .I

oilcan manners"Cuba potistn itsWcessary in truml'I1t.St. .- plans of schooner, knockabouts a'; on receipt of price.ilDOCK .

in ? I Louis Post-Dispatch. cruisers, and the full building plans.. } : CLUE CO.tlallta, Ga.



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: river with 23 men and women, side by declarations made to the department

:' side standing abreast of the tree. It by all the county officials are cited. Your Kidneys. always find a ready

was for the'preseryatlon of the Se- The colonists of
r MAMMOTH' REDWOODS THE GOVERNMENT quoia glgantea principally that the resolution ously against the course action protested of the vigor-gov- Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. market-but only that farmercan

: :, WILL PRESERVE. already referred to was adopted ernment's
representatives and were All the blood in your body passes through raise them who has studiedthe
by congress. loath to leave their holdings and sacrifice your kidneys once every three minutes.
"Monarch 1 This resolution recalls a matter the labor of nearly 200 The secret how to ob-
; The of the Fcreit" In persons for kidneys are your great
-i'.. the Coast R'ange-story of a Sup. which about ten years ago, during the five years, but their opponents were I ,': blood purifiers,they filter !-

t-;; pressed Socialistic Colony-The Incumbency of Secretary of the Interior determined and when a company of i j, out the waste; or tain both quality and quantityby
Noble, caused the land department impurities in the blood.If .
United States
Lumber Ring-Accused. cavalry
was sent to the
considerable trouble. Briefly the storyas scene with orders to clear I they are sick or out the judicious use of well-
the land of
(Special Correspoi\denee.l gleaned from the records of the department of order, they fail to do
WASHINGTON, March 20. the settlers they had to go. The colo- w their work. alanced fertilizers. No fertilizer -
-Urged on and from an Interview I had
nists tried for
a time
to maintain themselves Pains,aches and rheumatism
by public sentiment congress has re- with one of the persons most directly I i
had on some adjacent land they had come from excess Vegetables can producea
cently a new awakening on the concerned Is as follows: -
obtained from farmers, some by accessions ,, of uric acid in the
questions of preserving the country's In October 1885, a group of Californians to the membership and others by ;" ----Q blood, due to neglected large yield unless it contains
: great forest and the establishment of filed kidney trouble.
upon 42 quarter sections of purchase, but they had received their
national parks. The propositions to government land under the timber and deathblow, and another gravestone Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady at least 8% Potash. Send for
establish a national forest park in stone heart beats, and makes one feel as though
act of June 3, 1S78. The land was set In the
northern Minnesota and to set aside a was situated on the Kaweah river, in buried so cemetery they had heart trouble, because the heart is our books, which furnish full
many enterprlsl's.
co-operative over-working in
pumping thick, kidney-
considerable tract of land in the mountains Tulare county, adjacent to a section of The officers of the company poisoned blood through veins and arteries. information. We send them
of North
Carolina and Tennessee, the giant forest, and the entries were presented a claim against the government It used to be considered that only urinary

to be known as the Appalachian National made at the government laud office in for indemnity, and a committee troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, free of charge.
: ,
,:' :: park, now pending, are likely to receive Los Angeles. The filers submitted of which Senator Kyle was the head but now modern science proves that nearly
..>" favorable consideration. But in their which all constitutional diseases have their
'1, proofs, were accepted, and made an investigation. The commit begin- GERMAN KALI WORKS
:c. the opinion of many the most Import tendered their money. A few days be- tee's reports, while not final or positive ning in kidney trouble.If ,
fore the time you are sick you can make no mistake Nassau St.,New York.
their certificates of 93
purchase were considered favorable to the first
.?. doctoring your kidneys. The mild
tie should issue a telegram was received colonists. Xo enabling act, however, and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's

t a lt,4, 111'II! I i mr l t4tthih : from Commissioner William A. has as yet been passed, and there may Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is

J. Sparks of the gt'lll'rall:1ud office or- never be one. though some of the undying soon realized. It stands the highest for its National Bank of

t I iflqta dering suspension of all entries in the spirits of Kaweah are still hope- wonderful cures of the most distressing cases

s, + ,' townships in which these filings were ful. SAMUEL HUBBABD. and is sold on its merits jKyJT v
; 1 i II l a r W made. A letter which followed the telegram bIt >y all druggists in fifty- ., !III,., : ,c::::>,==
r is cent and one-dollar siz "_ ,,,, the State of Florida
stated that information had very hard to stand i idly by and see '0;i.I ii.1i iil t'.
es. You have _
'',-J.:. been received at the general land office our dear ones suffer while awaiting the may a ,
tJ bottle mail
<; J that "dummies" were making the arrival of the doctor. An Albany (N. Y.) free sample, also pamphlet by telling Home you of how Swamp-Root to find

filings In the Interests of lumber spec dairyman called! at a drug store'there for out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. STATE AND CITY DEPOSITARY,

/ x ulators. Upon this the local land office a doctor to come and see his child then Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer

refused, to accept the money tendered \'pryick: with croup. Not finding the & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.PKOFESSIOXAI .

'ffI by the filers in payment for the doctor in, he left word for him to comet -- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

lF 1 1p. land. The entrymen then appealed to once his
Th ti on return. lie also taught; a CAKDS.
'::,, n the general land office, as required bylaw bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Uemedy,

--- and proceeded to show their ;good; which he hoped would give some relief HOIHHoiS \: on \HA.M, $100,000.

faith by acts of settlement and improvement until the doctor should arrive. In a few Capital, -

of the land. About six hours lie returned, saving the doctor need l ATTOKXEYS-AT-LAVV .

months after completing their filings! not mine, a* the child! was much Tm'sviLtK:,'l .\.

they organized as a l'oopl'r:1tiI1ol13' drul; :-t. Mr. Otto !Sclu.lsays" the
() hours-10 to 12 a. m. a\l(12 t,1I ILL Accounts of Firms Banks and
p ,
J'p. under the title of the Kaweah Cooperative unily has since recommended Chumber's -
; Will practicr in all courts, tate ami fuUial.fuulitius .
Colony Company limited and Cough licmcdy to their neighbors pecixl for e.vimiuiug and pvrfvctS Individuals Solicited. .

.. proceeded to build a road with their and friends until he has a constant demand land titles

own labor to their land through a rugged for it from that part of the com.try. .
mountainous also For ale U. L. (\TLUt::" ,
country. They by l. It. WiNon S Son.:

established camps: one of which. Ka- OFFICERS: ,
t jrvy w
village, with }lo ton l'e and a stage of the business of life-Johnson. TlTrs\'ILu:, FLORIDA. T. SHI-BRICK, Vice-President.

line to Visalia, the county seat. -- 'HOS. P. DENHAM, Cashier. a"
lr, ,..J; \MES D. BAKER Assistant Cashier _
('ouut.v judge of Brevaid county. WilIlll1tC-
Of exceptionally large trees there Half The YVorhl In Darkness
ire in all the courts of the 7th judicial cir-
IN THE :hlEI'.KA NEVADAS.taut I were comparatively few on the laud
< the of
as to CIUM their health anti they docor suit of Florida. miJECTOKS : )
step iu this direction lately takeu of the colonists, and these few were for everything except the rijiht; tiling,and -,- ---

,. by the government is' that which looks I; among their rarest treasures and cared that is tIll: .itoniach. Nearly all kinds of illess >r>e.\x I'. FLKTCHKK, '.J. N. C. t;STOCKTON, Air.iox W. KNIGHT, ..
',' ., originate in the stomach Take Dr.joyal 1
to the preservation of the big redwoodtrees for as Invaluable parts of the splendidome
Ford's IXv-pepticiile and get you r stotu- Ti!os. P. DENHAM, KICH'D MCLAUGHLIN,
of California. A resolution having h they hoped to make for themselves. act working properly. I:. 1:. WiKoii & Son.Whether ATTORN E -.\TLW, 11'.1. lI.LLOn:11.. H BAKER, .
this object in view has recently In fact, it was shown by investigation UE:>EY B. TOMPKINS.

;.Y passed both branches of congress. that the Kaweahans had Senator Clark wins or lose, J.\l' SOXYlLLF., FLOKIIU.M. -- --. ----- '

The redwoods are to be found in the constituted themselves guardians:: of lip cannot complain that lie has:: not had -- -- -, ---.- -- |
Cotton and Linen
J coast counties of California as far the monarchs of the forest in their a run for his money.-Baltimol'l'lIIl'ri- :: GOLDSMITH: }

south as Monterey county and as far 1 deinity and upon numberless occasions an.
north as Del Norte county. The coast had extinguished; tires set by careless BIBFishing Netting

redwoods Invariably grow in soil which hunters and herders that would have ( i. H.Applito"jnstiieofpeace, Claiks- Tl1'l'\'ILLE, FLORIDA.

has as bedrock a sandstone fouudatlou. caused great damage if no one haulbcvii bur)!, N. J., says; "I VWitt's Little Early un__

Santa Cruz aud San Mateo at hand to put them out. As an {.livers ate the best, pill made forconstitatinn. 1'iosecutius attorney for Bievard county.Totaiyi '

counties have a line belt of timber evidence of their devotion to arboriculture We u-e no others." Ojiiekly cur \ .ublie.!( Will practice in all courts i.f '
ill liver and bowel troubles l' II.: Wilson l the state.A. <
from 10 to L'O miles wide and nearly 4J( it is cited that the constitution .
i\: :Son.Managing: -- ---- .
t miles long. At I-Vltou, in Santa Cruz of the colony provided that whenever ---- l>. 1'1'Oita'TTOI, Tackle

t county, I Is a group of about -() large a tree was felled another should i ijlll.ihwt r
flditor: : The limnorNt seems
e trees which are from 10 to IS feet iu be planted in its place. .\ : Y-AT-LAW, Superior tjuality Linen Gill :
this Imtl uiutt..lssistant! lie l
diameter. One has a cabiulike cavityat No investigation; of the alleged fraudulent Netting made from Knox's
was }poking) around in the lit and (':1IlWa'I'IIs TITl''ILU FI.OUIDV.
its base, which has been in the patused entries was made until October,, Scotch Thread.s '
an almanac printed (;iO .-
as a dwelling and Is said to bo 1SS!>. or four years after the entries iu the of
Will practice courts the 7th
:Svrarn-e: judicial : and fatinutt'a;: cliycrfully furnished.
the birthplace of a well known California i were made wlu-n }ll''i411put H. F.Allen ----- ---. circuit. Corks, LciiiU, Lines, etc. .

n.Sonoma. detailed for the _. .
was by -- --- -- -- ------ --
purpose Dr. Loyal I'onlS !>> i'ei>tUheIi
Mariu, Meiidodno, Calaveras the land o Hkt'. His report was unqualifiedly JAM1S: J. S. JOHNSON & CO. ,
1 tlitMit-w and perfect cure for indigestion.
and several other counties also favorable to the colonists 41)-l't.l'. constipation aud heartburn, sick .1\l)11 Manufacturers, ,

have large forests of these magniliceut In a letter to the department on the headache, and all ills from i'oor dige.stK It 121 South St. BALTIMORE MD.I'SE '
trees. Ilumboldt county has some of subject he saitl, "1 can say without makes tins>tonu( h right. 1.. 1:.\\' !SlIlI t Son Main utlice aud address, TibbaK Florida __ __ h ,

the finest specimens of the redwoods hesitation that I have inner stvii a -- Office at Fill 1'it-rcf. Fla., upon the 2nd and
that exist. The belt is 43 miles long case of timber: entry where the spirit! "This Irani-" It was! the new bonnier Jth Friday, ..tach mouth. j] i {\ !

and from 2 to 13: miles in width. One and intention of the land lawsere \\ ho sjioke, and hip, word, were \li-tt'lw.1 Notary Public, State at Large.F n tf rs ;;: .\. \

specimen US and another .1 feet iu diameter being t'Ul'htluut in! better faith." Naction <) to with breathless ihtl'n't.uThi.= Ilalll h_ __ ------ -- -- -- = a II .

have been found. There are was taken on this report, but a must have been. ttH'ttl 1 }hy Christian, J. \niis,

many which! approach! :1'U feet and hundreds year later: alutllcrag cut was'nt: out Science."-Baltimore: American. \
that exceed Hi feet in diameter. who made a personal investigation, S1

Hut these redwoods are mere saplingscompared and no fraud in 'OHlt'liulI with this The r.f-t\ in I litWoilil I 1 Tm.-vn.LE. FLOKIUA. tENt FOR }5 a
Is Bllul'raln'. It is mail- from a presrription CATALOGUE.THE ? iff L
with the real big; trees of filings was uneaithed or ever hintedat.
by a world wide km AMI j kin- specialist, Will i'rai-tire iu the courts of the 7th! judicial :** ,,A
California. The wonderland of tree- "Hut," paid the ex-colonist whom
and i it Hoitively the most healing salve to r circuit. ---
dom is where the Sequoia pigantea: : piles burns, scaldulcers, nuuiiim i surt', anti! t
!l- : -- -- --- ----- -- H. & W [1 DRC.VCOMPANY. ;
f", !, "
j. { :" < :, I''II all skin diwasrb 15. I:. Wiiaoii ... .
flourishes. In "the Haut forest" of \": ;:,1.'f! : -tq I>. L. ittlSON, f'I\.
'l'ulare county there are trees whose I" l\h J ". :J, 0t i'vJ. '.. Ht !:: t .
fr ,
.. I ,. .I It is tiaintcd that with the int 1'00hwt ion I( S
; .
.. '" t. r
enormous size amaze the beholder and I't '"; ,:, ... --r JACKSONVILLE, !U' ::4HH.
] ,
'i 't; J: if :v" ,, "' ,t.:. Pol thrifty ami i inteIligcntmimic i the cuff1yield I' .Dell/hl. _, ,,_:" ,..... 'Ii ,
are beyond the of Inn 1. ": 4
comprehension kr
,.],- : ::---i t tl U, c.r'I'Ol'to ,__
,' ,," ,,, 4 Uuo; could be trebled and .u
'f-- J ,
; -
ho hears I ,;!: first door south of the
AX only of tli -m. This forestis \. \t.t ', 'f ,i. : lf$!: Office at residence,
a portion of the great timber hilt ,;; !k.';.' :.. ',1,:':' /;- 1 ;f. -..1\'a- \ ''\ l ,fff I the Nhxml t't)1l1lll'UllIl! very near supplying county jail. Only J Ii.-,t class work, -- -----
r"r"r (> i'i.:. "-"- ,t :':- ."' 1t' !! \. '. I..... half the ct if fee consumed in the I'Litt d at greatly! n.:II" cd! juifts.TUTsvn.i.i .

that stretches for several I huudretmiles I\'', j r\J.. r. :yt-..-< -.t; ,r .;'\ ',,'\", j ...,. l'I, f :Mate-: .-:Minneapolis Tribune. H.OlI"\. :. A. HODGES
along the :
Hil'l'l'aI':1IIas -
at at :,If4tw.1') ; ; ,:-;( ,_, .t: 1A\t\i \! St!J., ,
altitude of between : -- --
5.tnxi and lO.CMt '
l. 1.. .. '"
:! .; j ," Cold; :Ste.1 or Death >ai...uia lii;;liN, Tla.
feet. Owing to its almost inaccessible ,j. tj-f1.I.t.i'I'! #t "., d Dr. 1I1111( htoll'sFhmtill
'i. f '\ \ "There is i but one small chance to
location, the forest remains ; r !say
: DcaUr
comparatively !Dental) in and M'liiufaiturersofVKLLOW
qY"i..t I \\\I \partml'Hts
intact in its primitive majesty. y ? ; l..t1m I \ \ ... I your life and that is thrum). h ani "I'l'm-
4r' ; \ ,". i ion," was the awful( I I'ro81'l't-t set before I'iNi
| | :
Here the history of a thousand years .;!? .,..., ,,:. "lJ.... .. \'\ OX Tin; ,
.. "' MiI I 15. Hunt of Lime lidt.'i: ; :; by lUftJ8ER
be read ; :- .: .. AM f C11'1tEAFruit :
can at a glaiu-e. Jiants; of .. : $
7 : ..... :.< her doctor after \'aillltl'"ill:: to cure luiof ..:. I
past ages; lie as they fell centuries a;'). _;.....;;:i:, .t. 1 1A a I fii-jlitfiil: case: of stomach trouble DE TOS
Many of these fallen giants !ha\e been veUow j.iundiiv. Me d'nln't count on the and Vegetable Crates.

burned hollow, leaving an imun'iiso MONAKC1I Ot THE FOIE'T. maivet nsjnivverof' Kiectnc! I'.itteisto ('tn'

tube, sometimes large trough for a I interviewed, "some mysterious Iutill.t'tl't' stomach and liver fonbles, but -hehe.ii'l/ 1 \fl', \f I

horse and rider to pass through. Some caused a withholding; of the decision of it, took seven bottlesa whollv 1:, !I' \ 11! !lug: \i t II.! K-timatea: furtiiahed for complete bills of

of these binned logs are 3u, M and by the general land office, aiu.l cured, avoided, sill;gl4gl's knife, nnweighs \ IUllllrl'r tll he delivered at allY point on the

sometimes 100 feet in lengthith a in the meantime those interested ii i more ami ftfl.lietter thaI,1.t t. East Coast.
It's jio-itively jruarantted to cine iom-
hollow from S to 12 feet in diam the this
space suppression- cooperativemovement ,
nets/ liver kidney trouble- and l n.-vt ;
eter. Pl't'ulIlaltl.till' 111111111'riu di.-appoiiit 1 Vice-\li-at 15. I'. W.iui Kodol Hodgson Bros.
In the forest are many "monarchs": of the 1'arit'ucoast: engineered a A :Son's: drti'j: stole. i iShalio I ,

still standing. The largest of these of bill through; congress) at the fag; end o f <.IMKAL

which there is any record was reportedby the session rushed through; withonK'bate
Into Your Shots
a well known engineer who madea ( setting apart the townships ii Cure JIIn1I1'S.: ...

tour of exploration extending as far which tilings; were made as a Allen'.s Fcot-Ka-e: a powder. It cures Dyspepsia t

as the headwaters of the Kaweah riv forest reservation. Nearly live years painful, 51:1: ltin!!, nervous feet and insirowin Eau Ga'' i

er. .\t the extreme point of his tour had elapsed since the liliun'l'e; :! nails, and 1 instantly: takes the Digests what you eat.

he met this monarch of the forest. made during which time n road about stilng out of corn and bunions 1t', therrentest It artificially(1igeststimefoodandaid 3 Dry Goods
romfoit discovery of the :a:re.Allen's .
There was no tapeline in the possession 110 miles in length; costing over $lO\.I" Foot luise makes tight or new Nature in strengthening and reconstructing

of any member of the party, so 000, had been hullt by the colonists another shoes feel easy.: It i-a; l'l'l'tain'ul'e for the exhausted digestive or BOOTS.; ;

the engineer measured the tree with and extensive improvements had sweating, callous and hot, tired achingfeit. gans. ltisthclatestdiscuvereddiges:: -

his rifle, which was four feet in length. been made and were contemplated. It Try it today. :Sold: by all druggists ant and touic. No other preparation II1KDTPAIXT

\ He found the tree to be 44 lengths of was only when the colonists wen' and shoe: toTl'''. By mail l for 2.V in stamps. can approach it in etliciency. It in :

Lis gun in circumstance, or 1;\; feet. about to come into competition will Trial package fiee.: Address, Allen S. Olu 1- stantly relieves and permanently cures

: stead Le Hoy: N". Y. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Steam La
This Kaweah forest is remarkable for the lumber ring that their supprcssioi ,
j :Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
. its groups of giant trees. Upon a five was decided upon, and congress was ) and

acre lot the following trees were noted: Used as a eats paw." -Honeat man or "'(lIMn to trav "ect digestion.
large house salary ;t tj; mont ly
One of :20:: feet in diameter, two of 28 In support of the position of thU and eii'tiibi-s, with; increase: ; position( SiCkueadaChC'Gal'acramp'ontahls 2', times

feet each and one each of 27, 20, :23:!;:, 23: gentleman and the reports of the special permanent; iuclo btlf-addresbed stamped epsia mailed free

and 22 feet in diameter. In height agents of the land < enyelope. MANAC.EK; 330 Caston bldg., CO. Chicago z'

j these trees average between, 273 and gaJ
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