The Florida star.

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The Florida star.
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Place of Publication:
Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
S.W. Harmon
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers. -- Titusville (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Cocoa (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Brevard County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


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

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POPULAR.MINISThR.l I This took 21 days and shows how 'i I :h' !

. 'lI u'cb'a direct line. of'passenger steam .

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; ? ;'.. ArtentiM'g Contribution to The Diplomatic The'Dew minister Is accompanied by t*

: ::. : .. Corps his wife, a very beautifulwoman of :;x' j

the Spanish She is .
type. an accomplished
: : Special Correspondcice! of The Florida Star. -
linguist and musician and, like f r i
, WAsmxcTox, June'12.-Dr. Eduardo \u. T
her husband, is cordial In manner. F .
I I : ( Wilde, the. new minister plenipotentiary -They will undoubtedly be' popular Iii '

| from the South American republic the diplomatic social set.s.ur.n. ) \ The handiest, cleanest, safest, coolest and most .' : : : I

:I' of Argentine, Is the latest and a valuable HUBBABD. I I economical summer cook stove ever sold. .. 1 "f!

.' addition to the diplomatic corps in Cured When othertii.F4iled.

: this city. The new envoy has the distinction S. ,A. IngalU, Crown Point, N. Y., z : : Ih i

\j. of being one of the most noted writes: "My wife'suffered from kidney The \ :

: statesmen and eminent men of letters trouble for years. 'She consulted several Wickless Blue Flame \

) In his country, and he will be not only physicians and tried a number of kidneycures -
without relief. She induced J
getting .was -
I a decided to the '
diplomatic ,
to try Foley's Kidney Cure and in I J "
I corps, but to the scientific and literary leis than a week after'she began using it, "- I

f circles of the city as welL she was greatly improved !and three bottles =

1 I Dr. Wilde was born in Buenos Ayres, cured her." B. R. Wilson & Son. ; -2ve : it i

:, the capital of Argentine and was edu- I. .
cated in that Advantages of he Farm. .
f city's famous school, the i' \ :
kerosene. l -
| National college. He received his degree There is no place where men and women Burns ordinary

| in 1807 and shortly after was ap- can be raised so cheaply as on a I I, Combines the efficiency of the coal : 1 1ll 1iI'

I I pointed physician in charge of the country farm, and a large proportion of + and the convenience and : f fl l

I cholera lazaretto of Buenos Ayres. At the men and women who are of the 1\\ range .{

* this tlise Argentine was at war with most value to the world have been I l i comfort of the gas range at a frac- :

; Paraguay, and the LospStaJs! were overrun among the direct products of the coun- tion of the expense of either. An. :

| : with sick and wounded from theI try home, says A. W. Cheerer in The t 't

battlefields. Dr. Wilde, though a young New England Farmer. It is here that absolutely safe and clean stove ; will : F j. Iil i:<

|i.l man and new practitioner, showed the child may be most easily taught to ( not smoke, smell or get greasy; can't t

| such skill and marked executive ability be self supporting and to take pride in I 1
Can be moved
i that he was soon made the ranking manly independence. There is no large j explode. anywhere. ,

physician of the The record field of industry where children begin fI
I hospital. can i ; ; Sold wherever stoves are }'f I

J he made in the hospitals and at the college so early to help earn their own living ____ I' sold. If your dealer does 1 t

I. where he was still studying won and realize that they are doing so it _----- not have them, write to .' I,

for him from his alma mater the first as on the farm. I sincerely pity par- ..,.. -- :

I prize of 2uOO pesos. The young doctor ents living in cities where they can = STANDARD OIL COMPANY. .i i; ,
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took the money and went to Europe find nothing for their children to do by \ ,

where he attended lectures at Paris which they can feel that they are do- '

I Leipsic Berlin and Loudon, thus fit- ing something for the family, some- Lady Snrnh'H Close Call. Florida East Coast
Lady Sarah Wilson seems to have Ry.
ting himself for the high positions he thing for the common good. With wa- .
had a far more serious from
subsequently held under his govern ter supplied by turning a faucet, the escape *
ment. house heated by steam, a janitor tend death at Mafeking than indicated in I TIME TABLE NO. 23.; IX EFFECT APRIL 11, 1900. : j
her dispatches and letters to the Lon
. While Dr. Wilde will be remembered ing the fire the lights started by pressing
SOUTH BOUND Read Down.) Read Up) NORTH BOUND. ao.
j' don Daily .Mail. It seems that she was (
for many reforms In sanitation and in a button the mail brought by a -_.- ----
talking with her husband and another 02 \ .;\i No.; )IXo.i ''Xe.'t.1 trj: 4
s the hospital service, the one thing postman, much of the food and other ,}+ Daily Daily ,

J which probably made him more popu- family supplies ordered by telephone ..J rn Q eau .. exSu-- Ul ..t. }

. lar with his countrymen was his fear- and the bills paid by "papa when he 1"4 C lpIU4aiar..a.Agine..v' .... .. : 62220p94 2' .& yC i 'tI t

less conduct during the yellow fever goes down town." what chance is there ...... 5':Jp 1U&aLv..St I Augustine..Ar 6lap 94Ua ..
epidemics. This scourge is not infre- for the city child to learn to be usefulas r r: aa.pII4a\!: \ .. ...... .. HastIDI; ... ... ...Lv a4Up 9U5a tj b 0 II f
? .. 0
jlj + tjJ.p:11-1: (,1'.Ar .. East Palatka... 5251' 848a
quent in the coast districts of Argentine a member of the family? t rm li"pDu.'Ji1.u..Pals\ka..L\1! 5tbp p ,CO' 1v4
and Dr. Wilde has received two I am not surprised that a great many It I 5; 1i'jllI5aL\: .... . .Palatka. .. .. .. .. blip 910a1 s 0 tIJ I

gold medals for service where the fever city families feel they have no use for I t,i g = ; pll- _. .... .. .. .. .... Lvi. .. 7'IJa g td yt
4) 0 .2UpiLv..SanMateo.--------Ar
,, was at its worst and also for institutIng children. On the farm there are num- I [- : : : : CD tIJI
W E-t lap 11Lv....... East Palatka....... ..Ar ;: pia .. pma4.p
such sanitary reforms as to stay berless ways iu which the child whether I''I .".. lO2pI" ....... .Ormond.. ........ 41r.p 7ltia 0 n351p .
O Q ........ ... ...... .... -
llip Daytona. SU4arn ...
the tide of the disease and at the same boy girl, at Q 0
or can a very early age I .... .
d !S05p 14p ...... ...Port Orange.. ....... 3 dip 6 boa rt tII
time giving his: unremitting personalcare be put in the way of being useful anti I W c S'tip 143p ........New !:;m 'rna...,.. .. J'vp: ti34a Qt AI
to the sick. of realizing the fact. Every farm bred t I ,..) E-t q Ship :OOp .. ...........Oak Hill..... ... ... 3Wv 35t'a .tIJ trj:
rn M 93up 245p ....... .. 'I'itu"'I" .?....... ;;gip: 53Oa .4
The politics of his country first enlisted boy knows what it is to fill the wood CD .... .. 3114 .... .....luy Point.......... l55p ...... p. .........
the active attention of Dr. Wildein box. bring water, take ashes and +".. r WoOl .. ... 3194 ...... .. .. Coeoa .. ......... .
up W d .. .. .. u22gi: ..... . .Ruckledge.. ........ 0
187i: when be was elected to the put them in a safe place, feed the poul- ; ktl 0 .... .. 354! ........ ..Eau h,1Ihe.......... td: .I'\." trj:
provincial legislature from the provinceof try and other farm animals, plant Fi J r. ...... -lOlt, ..... .. .IdllOurnt'....... .. CD tIJR
,4.rn .. 43\11', ... ........RoSt'land....... .... 14p-------- P 0'M
Buenos Ayres. In 1S7 he was elected seeds, pull out weeds that would injure hM u .. ... 44-111" .u... .... t-llIu"tlan.......... ; Or ooI. ....
to the national from the the desired set traps to catch ;4 rA .... a.'i'; ..... ..... St. Lucie ... ....... : ...... f"tI '
congress crop rIJ < .. ... 54Jv; .... ....Fort Pwrce......... ..... --- CD yE :
,t same province and was re-elected for a hawks, woodchucks and other pests, 0 .. .. 6011'1". ........... Tihhali .. .. ...... 111u-1a ...... xj .. tar
term of four lIe was made snares for wild and, better I :.. .. ... ..1"1"' . .rAI.n.L' .. I txkt . CD
years. game yet Y r WoOl .. .. 6 hpi' .. ............ Jentn .......... .. 11 ila .. 0
' have the fun of picking berries in the I < 0 .. .... ti"I1! ....... .. tuart.. .... ... .. IU 4a4 : ..... <; i .
f" pastures null woods and fishing;: in the o . li5lJp. .......Hotte-.OUll J .... ;Olp! .... ..\\\4 Jupitt.r........ .10 021.,. .... t:$ 0
ponds and valley stl'l'ams.nd all S .. .. .:!lipi ......Wl'st PalmlWach. ..... \) a' ..... P =:sE1j
. this the farm child realizes is useful ... .. bupl ...... .. .. Buynuu ........ .4 9 Uzal...... Hifn ::: p..
. .... s Ilpl .". ....... .. elray .. ........ 1 i I b aka; ..... K ,.
. employment and that the proceeds area rIJ ... .. ..... "
IS'I., Fort f.aulll'rdalo. .... 1'1' tide; .,,,., =:s
,- J contribution of his to the common ui .... 9 4p, ... .. .. Lemon l.'ily. ...... 1 j ai ...... p
t . A 1jr.I'Ar' .. )1iami. "- L j 1J.I'' . ?
1al fund from which the whole family -
l-SutIl'lt Parlor Cars on 'train 3i and i'C
draws support.
Between > ew Smyrna and Orange'|
\\'h3tYonder., then that when a ::1 Eetween T't usv ill e Samnford.
'ity Junction.Xo .
farm boy finds that he is: earning as LADY SARAH WILSOV. "'
: :..1'ATliXo.. :Xo.2 ''No.4 Null; STATIONS. No1J !
in her house when Nit.l.l|
: much as the hired man he should feel man suddenly a
1)11: ; 1041 Lv New sm>'rna. Ar laip M.ip tr.i Lv.. .... ..... Tlr,,ville .........Ar 1'2ap4utp
that his father should show it in some bomb parsed right between then The llala, Laku: llelenUU Lvl245p 5u5pi1' ; ] ........... Minis..............Lv 112p ..
. other way than by telling him that whole room was thrown into darkness: 4Mp: : .,i ..Onmsrefity.. l.aop 441p' :! ....... .....Oitl't'n.. ........ .. ,Hilia,
. I' Ar.UritgeCyy J..t '1'iv81: 'lm' S ', Li .. .......Enterprise.......... 1135a
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when he dies the farm will to the and for a fl'1''oIHI,; no ono kUl'tIle ,I : ?- : f fAll :". _
. po; irania IK- .i-en New and Orange ; !I. \r . .. .. .anforl. .... ... .. 11IX.a
siujrui ;
,! heirs, aud tliey can tlo as they please full extent of the damage! that was I'lty Juin-ihiu daily I'XI'l'l't Sunday. i IAll! trains Ixtwefa Titnsnlle and Sanford .

with it. Children are nut unlike other done in fact there wa some alarmon It daily except ::;un<1ay. '
account of Wil-on's silence, Between Jack'yule and Pablo Beach.
. folks ia wanting some things; of their Captain( ;'i These Time Tables sh'\\'lhe times at

own and having them now. but it vas afterward found that \\ henhe IIII. :+T'ATIS.u,16. X..h : trams may be exweted to arrive and
-- -. :- I fnuu the iveral
station butarrival
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was hurled into a corner of the 54p- !' :a !.\'. .Tlt'k-lIUHIlI': ArI 911Lt 4dqidepart \
Arl or departure at the times
The Chinese ak! "how i N \onr liver?" room by the shock he ;irot his mouth so 1-p'lusaiar.. _.daLiu Bcwt: ._.Mi _4ttPP_ ;:stated is sruaranteed.. nor does the Com-
for All Ih'.wtva JackMinnie and Pablolleaeii hold itself rf> n>n; ble for delay or .
instead of''ho\v do you do? when the full of dirt and dust: that he was deprived IKUI.V } any
. the liver is active the health i N : daily except Sunday. i any eonst ttnenettikin:r therefrom.
good.I for the nonce of all otspeech. .
powers l-to- i-oj >' itM-ai liuic rare caii' ou TII'kd Agents, or aduiv;"
IlDR. I 1It'\\'itt'8> Little Earls li: t-rs an ( J. P. BECK': TrH.TrathcMin.ui-. 1. I). RAHXER. A. O. P. A.MKA.MMIIl .

fatuous little pills for the liver and boweK --.St'auett,ttne
II. U. Wilson:: & Son.Murderous.
ottle Free to lIlrl'rH... LINKS. 1
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Jill!:.- l>l'Q"'l'a1t'll. oWmati1 casts. the kind that Florida East Coast Steamship Co. '

Experiments made in Chicago prove have ivMsU-ddoitois. hut springs and patent I
. EDUAIUMMMLDE. that milk "preserved"ith formalin medicine treatment quickly yield to I!. H. H.lliotaiiic PROPOSED SAILINGS :
chairman nf the oiinmittee on public \ liluod Haiti! thoroughly tested for
will kill kittens, says The Uural NewYorker. BETWEEN fllAAlI AND KEYVEST.. t
wltel'waylljut'lh1t't i-tr., and showttl i 30\ years. Have you nuu-iu u" patdll''' ill the

Midi maikcd ability iu dealing with The milk Inspector say: 1IIullt Ir? Sure lliroai* frnptians'! llatin: !! Leave Miami MindajTue-,lay-. W<-hic..,l.iand Fridays; .. .11:03 p.m. I
"Take two kittens, for instance-two nous. Billie pain? Iiihuukin..' swollen Arrive Key We-t Mi ada\-.,\VevtneMl.Tbur_ ->da>s and Saturdays: 3.-Op.m.) i(

r public quotums that his reputation healthy cats of the ame! age and size. glands! stiff joints? Copper colon sputa? Leave K\\"tThur"'*la'saud--U\\la\'s.: . .. .. . 2.00 p. m. I
was tinnly t'stahlished. and he was in1Ss2 I'hanm1I'lctration on the hotly Hair anti Arrive .Miami; tiMa\- 'lUll MotuLiv? : . SrCUa. m. 1'
We would fietl one kitten on pure milk '
cyi'lmmfall' is the skin of boils
niiiiMi-r of justice, culture u nia- rg
appointed and the! other on milk! which had been piiui>lisHnd nliviv' Then this wonderful 8!. BET'EElA"U; AND HAVANA.60UTIIUOUXD ;1
aril publio iiMruclimi, greatly to Iloetol'nlYith preparations of formalin I h. I 11. :oplTitil' will l'IIIIIIlett-ly] shame the I .

, the ..ati>facfum of a vast majority off The n'sult:1S invariably! the same.The whole body i into a lean. I'crt'ut condition, STGAMKIiS: ; TUl"L'1I1'' KEY WIT: XOItTIinOUXD SAIL l
his countrymen. In 1SN'! he was made free from eruption, and skin smooth with thejlluw DIKECr ll.\Y.TO MIA.MLLeave .4
, kitten uhich was fed on pure milk of perfect health. 15. 15. 1> drains the il
minister of the interior. To the improvements Miami and 1re'1ne ,. ) 1 j
grew fat and hearty: the other kitten poison out of the -\-ttvm -o thesympt IINCUInot Sundays ;lay 11:00 p. m.
and reforms just itueti by Arrive Havana TUt'.lays and Frida>a. ;;:30 a. m. i
retain 1 1.1! B: 15. imiliiup! the drokn "
. hiiuiiMi and l !lust
bepui to droop. Havana \1t'laJs s and :Friday .. U.uOa. ,
Leave In.
Dr.ViI strti-"th. it would tallivk ill ArrivoMiannwtduesLa-sandSaturdays: 5iJUa.
lion ; m.
the aihantrtl siiilcreis IliaIn.! l> I B. 15.: a trial IH uIc .. "
> is duo in gnat measure two or three weeks it would die." will he given away: free of charge I While it i ithe mIl'uti.nIf theFl..ri ia I-a--t, LtL.t Steani-ir. l-'.mpany to have their ships .F
. and enxiable portion held by Argentine An ordinary cat ha> stcn lues amwe 15.: 15: 1> fur sale l>y diUii-'i-vts at 91 per large ft.iluttrt\ gular'rlu! 'lull a-\nti-, taw n i- ncietht' ri''hf at all times to withdraw
among the :'llIIthlHl'r l'uu republics. credit Chicago cat I'uti h.. orb large bottles Ifull trtHtn.iuti I S3. I theiriiipi oi t iiiaiue; ttt. > ir.siiiin}; dtv-9. \.\ nitdlt!! nmuv.uud -ub-tnute any steamer wheA I
safely a ; .
While he was minister of public may Complete dim tions with each Mile Be sure j tit.-t---ti--; "m' >\ ill tin nut h..ltll1t'f M '"i& t"i auj tit tIU'.U nf its ateanuia or delay
with two extra chaiuvThe averairtbaby the Io"tlltn'atls titanic: lilood: lUhu. For 1; iUW"I1II" __
in>tnl1 ion he followed the precedentestabli.hetl has: not more than half a life.When trial bottle, address BLOOD IJU.M: ( O., Atlanta. -

by ex-President Sarmient::; fed on milk that would kill a It. 1)e...rribe) trouble and r\l'\.' medical

. and introduced a score of womenteachers cat, its chance for living is whittled advice <;i\"t'll. ('all.J. Ii ,'n n'lI. drusr:.:it.Fitusuile M. M. S. POULTRY FENCE ;
the colleges of the ['nit- for U. 15. il. :3
f from down ta tine point It ia murderous __ .__ __ i'.
i t'lltah' ami placed thl'l1iu charge of practice to put these cursed "pre- 1'/\1\/\ \/1\/\ \/\1 1\ \1\/ '
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the native schools. //\1'1' \ 1'1 \ 1\ \ l'
$ servathes" into milk! The Kind YOu Hate Aittabs \ / 1
Dr. \Vil lth' is not a stranger: in this Bears the /\/W\/\/\/W, /\/\/\ATY7 f
? country. lie has been here twice before I' mess! food i is digested umcklv it toil! #.l.I-. '. y\/\/\/ \ \ ..f\\ l\I.l\.1.S .. '--T---,, I ... '
: coming in an oliicial capacity, ferment and I irritate the 1"m\I'h. Afie cf \ I 1 --_ \ .

each time making careful anti extend- eailimeal take a teasjHxmful! of Kudu \\. I I \\ \V ? -I--' \'=._' L..lVI 1 \ / \ ]
:S. 1
i. fe-1 inu'stigutiuis of the country and its l PY pejisia, Cure. It digests; what you cat \ 1\ AEElj&ES ___--.- 1\
Institutions. His book about ua, writ- all.wi\ II alllw'ou to eat all yon need of -j'\--r.:; '-L/\ / '.
the I I / 1--'r\ 1 \
fail to cure
what like. nevi-r ( '
few is very popular in you I 1 \ -: ---' 7\-1-
ago 1
ten a years \
I wur-t "case-Jofdypep-ui. It i t Health. "" -- .'f ,_ _'_.. '
Perfect .
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Argentine, where the people are very 1
tii take. 15.; U "Wilson A :SHI. i I.JZ' .. .- -"-_ \ ,II
interested in everything that con- in L.
much Keep the perfect order 1
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United States. The new minister I \ / \ ; :: .r-
terns the ...... '
A hjftlll ; Population. ... -
expresses surprise and regret that It is generally true in New York thatneither by the occasional use ofTutt's ;1 r- /-' .- --' .. I" ;.1'r, -. --,-',...... ,
/ / ; 'tIIf /
we in this country know so little about families nor business i estab- Liver Pills. They .... -
reg- :. .: - -:r'k'. 'I-...... = = = -L. J
our small sister in South America. He ii-hments! remain lung in one place.Kpccially ," -,- -t. -.' - II
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hopes to improve mattersin this lint : ( does thisotm to be the ulate the bowels and produceA /" "\ rr' '........'.. :: : .... ,1\., /_- -_ -_ -_ .
and will try to broaden the trade relations fad l'aehl'lr as May 1 approaches / 7'I' -

between the two countries. and the streets are tilled} with moving Vigorous Body.For + '-'- = = = = *

Under this head Dr. Wilde said the and hurrying I household goods sick headache, malaria, biliousness
cans PatenteJ July 21, IS96. JKADE M\RK.J] Patented July 6,1897.
other day: "There arrive in the harbor hither and thither it seems then as and kindred

of Buenos Ayres something like 30 thr.L'li all New York was observing! constipation 50 PER GENT SAVING Requires no top or bottom rail and only' + as '
; many posts; a> the: ciJ style netting: and makes
steamers and craft day diseases absolute
sailing; every daand it is true that a cureTUTT'S I
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better fence. A full line of Field and Strel
a Hoj r-ciK..ijr! :: Picket Lawn Fence
but very few of these come from the large proportion of the cit\'s inhabitants Liver PILLS I Gates, Posts, Rail, etc. Write for fail pJrth:;:brs. tI
United States. When I came here, I chant'their residence every I

was obliged to take ship at BuenosAyrt'S year.-New lurk World. I UNION FENCE CO., DeKalb, III. ,

and go to Europe and then take


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: 8. THE FLORIDA STA.BFRID,4.YJUNE 15,190. u. if!


Ssgsr'- W. L. HUGHLETl', M. D., L.-T. DANIEL, Geo. F. Paddison, of Eau Gallic, was JELBOUEXE STATE BANK- pita1 $15- CHOICE find ready i
Fl D. D..S.-Offiees over The Indian River :in town Saturday 000. J. H. Phillips, president;E. P.Branch, a '
Drug Co's stores,the leading Drug establish. cashier. The only bank on the lower river
ment of the Indian river country. Mrs. Robert Denhetn, of Tropic, is up and the pineapple region of Brevard county. market-but ,only that farmer & GRAHAM! : '. i

this week visiting her parents.
S. F. TRAVIS & CO.,' Exclusive Wholesale EAU PALME BUSINESS DIRECTORY. raise them who has studiedthe ti
;: i. Grocers carry the largest stock of General ,County Surveyor Fries, of Titusville" can 1LA

-1'- -" Merchandise on the east coast of Florida. was in town one day last week. 50DGSON! BROTHERS. Dry Goods, Ship how to ob-
' y' Can meet all competition. Write for prices. Chandlery, and Shelf Hardware Pipe and great w$ 3Rs.will .
have t
Mrs. A. M. Abney and children fittings, Clothing Paints and Oils, Grocer-
c WILLIAM HINDLE.-Undertaker and Em- moved into the Cresson cottage.Mr. ies. Marine railway steamer for charter. tain both quality and quantityby
balmer. Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup- practice in State and United Statet
;. .e,:. plies Tinning and Pipe Fitting Repairingof and Mrs. T. ,A. Robinson were FORT PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. the judicious use of well- Courts. !
Every Description. Agent for Beveridge visiting friends Tuesday in Hardeeville.H. j

Steam Cooker. S. Black left Tuesday afternoon for 3.[ P. PLAITS Physician and Surgeon. balanced fertilizers. No fertil- -

FRANK LIpp-Practical Shoemaker. Forty West Palm Beach. He will be away Calls to any point on the river promptly
PA Florida.
answered. t Pierce.
.years experience; all kind of repairing izer for Vegetables can producea 1
done nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's some time. Abstracts Of Title famished to kndj

? :: hoes made to order. There was a dance Wednesday nightat EAU GALLIE. large yield unless it containsat in Brevard and Dade counties.

FOR GROCERIES and Fresh Meats call on J. R. Mathers' store which was quite Messrs. Near & Taylor spent Sunday in

iff 4t write to E. C. Johnson, Cocoa._ well attended by the young people. Baa Gallie. least 8% Potash. Send for -

>. H. .L. MOTLOW.-Fine Wines, Brandies, Mrs. F. R. Veomett and daughter, Mrs. Treutler contemplates a visit to our books, which furnish full We have a large list of lands owned i
Whiskies and Liquors of all kinds. Special May, returned Sunday from Sebastian, Chicago: and will leave shortly.
and clients.
attention given to mail orders. send them by ourselves
where they have been several months. The Silver King is on the Banana river information. We

THE TRAFFORD B.-KERY.-First'quality Messrs. Webb and Holland, two Baptist I route pending repairs to the Spartan.
Bread, made of high grade flour sent to any free of charge. Prices for Unimproved Lands :
., address;also never-failing home-made yeast minHere from Middle Florida, held Mrs. Botsford has been spending.ome
ukes. Ice Cream every Saturday.GO ._ services Monday night at the home of time visiting friends on the Banana river.
GERMAN KALI WORKS, $3.00: to $100.00 acre.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Mathers. per
TO J. M. SANDERS The Old Reliable The Lizzie, with Miss Florence and J.

,I Store for good, fresh and reliable goods Mrs. Robert Denhem, Misses Ellen Kingan Hodgson on board, visited Melbourne !- 93 Nassau St., New York.
Crockery. .
Saddlery We have few
I such as Dry Goods, Mathers and Nellie Hatter, Messrs. Waiter a
! Hats Trunks and a full line of Groceries. Tuesday SUILOH.Mr. .
.;. Hatter, Ernest Abney, George Faber Mrs. Sarah Smith has left for Boston,
JARVIS HOUSE Open all the year round. and Willie Mathers attended a party J. F.. Pattillo and his son, Herbert Residence, Orange Grove and Fins
t Pleasant location facing the river terms Tuesday night at Cocoa. Mass., where she will spend the summer have returned to their home at X-teen apple properties In desirable loca.

a front. Rates$2.00 per day,special by with her children. after a stay of about three weeks. tions. Prices reasonable.
; the week or month. __ Miss Sadie Snell has returned to Eau
Volcanic Eruptions W. C. Carpenter who has been quit
Game after passing an examination for --
Are grand but skin eruptions rob life of Titusville. sick, is now convalescing. Mr. Carpenter -
.1 U Lip AND DOWN THE [EAST 1 COAST.O joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures them; teachers at expect0 to make Shiloh his home in -OFFICES-
; and fever ulcers Turtle hunting parties are the thing
also old, running sores, the future. .
j Minor Matters Occurringat I oils, felons, corns, warts, cuts, bruises, just now, and thfJ-e partakin in them TITDSVILLE and HIiMI.
Brief Mention of burns, scalds, chapped hands, chilblains.Best have been very successful. Mrs. Nolle and daughter, Clara, art

" Our Neighboring Towns pile cure on earth. Drives but pains talking of moving back to Titusville.: We

. ..-.. and aches. Only 25 cts. a box. Cure Some of our citizens attended the en- will he very sorry to lose them from out

,; $ COCOA. uaranted. Sold by B. R.Wilson & Son, tertainment Mel liourue Tuesday evening neighborhood.In EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.G. .
king in aid of the church at Malabar.
L. B-Dawson, the Narrows bean I druggists. 2
the from here time
news some ago
: was a visitor to our town on business last BANYAN. Archdeacon B F. Brown will hoIt18\'r. an article appeared about a number of DUREN, Agent,

Thursday. vices in St. Johns church on the second
bachelors on Nolle avenue. We art...
delightfulodor Fish are beautifully scarce.C. in each month at 10:30 andr:30 tt
trains leave the Junday a. m.
The freight happy to know that there are none then
of pineapples as they pass through II. Casper starts to the pine fields ; p. m. until further notice.C. now. j

e our town. this week.Mrs. \V. Bolton was in Eau Gallie on Floridaand

y'i'-: : Messrs. Geo. G. and 11'. H. H. Gleaswi! Mfson took the steamer for Ar Monday and Tuesday taking census of "Good

of Eau Gallie, were visitors to our town te:ia Tuesday. (ur population. Some of Uncle Sam's BeginningsMake l \\Y estcrnf(4 '

on business Monday. Warren King and W. Henderson, of I)nations areof very searching nature. '

S. S. Jones and his two boys, with A, Bahia, will leave for Kfa-hmnee next The Silver King is jiM off the ways ina Good End ngs. Ieatsof

J. Crosby, had a pleasant outing one day week. new coat of paint and a thorough; ort>r-

Jast week on the St. Johns. The bream W. J. Ragan has the contract to work !!. Eau Gallie now has four steamSM You ale making a good beginning when allKinds.

Ashing fine. in her fleet as well as several naphtha you commence to take Hood's Sarsaparilla .
was wt, prune and spray the Home grove at
The bridge gang has made additional Tropic. annche8.. for any trouble of your blood stomach, .

irepairs to the railroad wharf and approach Hook and line fishing is all this go. [t'-'srs. Ramsey and Curtiss are putting kidneys or liver. Persistently taken, thin

thereto, adding to the convenience The small boy jingles the dimes after the steamer Canaveral into running order. .. great medicine twit! bring you the good ending (

of those handling freight. his day's sport. The vessel was out for a trial on Tuesday.She of perfect health, strength and will be equal to new when put on the
Bathing parties are the order the of the Sunday night: we heard a Bantam llmamI'i ver mail route. dfco J i SaIlJa ad&
night now. rooster crowto the westward, but on in- HENRY, TOMPKINS. President' ,
of late the water in Indian river Cards are out for the marriage; of Miss ,
vestigation discovered our mistake, it be THOM P. DENIIx mI. Cashier
is reported to be quite salt. lug Capt. Ramsey with the steamer Can M. GraceGilbeittoMr. Henry Jay Mitch- -- ---- -- --- JAMES D. BAKES, As;'t. Cashier

It is somewhat amusing to see what an aveial. She is a speedy little craft if her -11, of St. Paul Minn. We extend best

l amount of real, unalloyed trouble the whistle is lame. wishes. Miss Gilbert was a great favorite SPECULATIONie National Bank of

average small boy will put himself to in amid has a host of lends in Eau Gallie
anti other points on the east l'U<\-t. Mr.
:;; order to avoid a little work. "Safe bind safe find." Fortify yourself by the short road to
taking Hood's Sarsaparilla now and be sure of Mid Mrs. Mitchell will reside in St. Paul

Pineapples, watermelons, muskmelons, good health for months to come. and will be at home after July loth.; WEALTHfor the State of FloridaCl1)IT1L

huckleberries and peaches enhance the the few, the bioa<

bill of fare spread before appreciative eatt GEORGIANA.There MELBOURNE.The road to ruin for the

coasters these fine June days. Melltonrne social club will give 810000000.
are some this way, Mr. Editor, MANV. f

Maj S." 0. Fitts, traveling correspondentand who are becoming interested in casav. dame at West's hall Saturday evening.: DvsL-uatfd deimsitury of the State of Florida :

solicitor of the "'e-t Palm Beach They want to know in what state Cassava Miss Jennie Howell, of Malabar, wasa It is a safe speculation! to invest in our and of the City of Jacksonville. licit

Tropical Sun, lias been a visitor to our root is fed to stock and fuwls, whetherraw plea-ant itor in town last Tuesday: accounts of all classes and oilers every facility
SHOES AND OXFORDS.Men's i-on-jKteiit with prucji lit hankiug Kewgui/-/-
town for se\'cralclays past, talking politics or cooked.Mr. aftfrnoon.Messis. ing the needs of that class who accumulate a

and Tropical Sun. : Canata and family leave on the Ueaujean came over frontJIelb4n.rne $1.25 to $3.50, surplus, we will allow interest on time de
posits. We invite attention to the statement .
I Sea trout lute ravenously these fi11rI attend the
Kith for Xew teach to entertainment
taspemidtime ,
Jersey summer .
below coudeiisul flow
I Ladies' $1.25 to $2.50, our last ofiieia.1 reportto
fishes-men but are expected hack to this place the Tuesday night.Mesis. ; the honorable controller of the currency '-
Misses $1.00 to $1.50,
j coming:! fall and winter. Those who ies- L C. Mooreand A. ,1. Gooile CONDENSED iSTATEMENT i

1 .pulling in the beauties just as the sun ide here through the war dislike very made a flsiiij l trip to 'an: (;allie Sunday Children's 50c. to $1.00. : OF CONDITIONAt

"ikls the eastern horizon. mu -h to see any of the neighbors leave, inoiiiing in )[1'. Mooie's) launch, Krcillouno. Furniture Dry Goods
close of business April Stf, 1900.
: A big school of porpoises was seen though they go only for a short time. .

I about midstream one day last week, seemingly Mr. and Mr*. Lawrence Moore, of Mattings. RESOURCES.Loans
:Messrs.: A. B. Carter and I \n'hieCham-
making for the south. These mammals l Uo-fland, spent| la-t Sunday with :MrIoor -. and dUcounts: ________u___.$243.!>T347Orerdniftt
were in great frolic, making the bers are aboard the schooner Merchant, \ 's parent*, Mr. and Mrs. John ('HAS. A. GARDNER, Tituaulle, Fla.Don't ____.... u_n__...__... 5HItI3-1!
in the employ! of Mr. Provost, who is in tnitedStatclibomidi3.1ouo.m. .
'water rod and the spray fly in their an .ioode. _______ .
the merchandise !business: Imth at Lotus on bonds- -- :&..17ISotuls.
Our townspeople: will be grieved to st'X'ks and ertiritiw___. 143.WW: ,
tics.A and on the said schooner. It is under-
cow manatee and t'\o calves have learn of the death of Mr. Wairen E. Kinking house, furniture and Fix., 44.417.tfc
stood that the with the Merchant
present trip Other real estate (iwned----------- 6.7IKMHI
been sporting and feeding near the rail. : is a matter of expciiment, and if Sherman, which occurred Waukegan; Pay I Cash in vault-------------------- M>,7! }.( :

toad wharf for several days past, affording this effort fails to j i-tify this new uepaiture III., Jiuif 4thMr. Due from banks and C". S. treasurer 53.Jill Si

our an townsfolk interesting who spectacle fortunate to many ol further endeaxois alonj: this line will 1. I'. M. Hntlg-on, accompanied 5Cents .I ull,,,,,,i MLIAatLITIES. ;
were enoughJo
not be repeated. Ii\' his 'on and daughters, were in town
be present at feeding time.AlJlfjxram I :: E
T[W the of Mr. and Mr: .
from Tallahassee Soon we are to have a new steamer on day guest Capital stock -____________.. __.-_$100.0110.1"1
IIl'ol1ht.the attended for Needles when
this: part of Indian riser, called the Can- ;harampUll.\ They :al-o PIT pait-r FIVi 1'APEKS .\ NO icesell 1NEEDLES I Surplus and profits __uu_______ 2s.1s2ts t
news l lost Saturday to his relatives hall that
nteitainment at West's evenii'g. -
iveral. It is to take the run on both! tl e eight large needles Circulatiuguutea------------------
and friends here of the death Rev. INviilcnds uncalled fur--------. ,> .
Juf and for ; (xi w
I'anana and Indian river on alternate two embroidery !idles Bills ___.________ _
payable. lout
Butler C. Reed colou-d --
a prominent entt'I'talllllll'ntin'lI by the only 11 (C'K.M, prepaid to you. u u.
ap;. This little steamer i i-> well known The pt'upIe Deposits-----__ 45I1SJVJHodgson : :
J'limitive Baptist minister of this Or si'mi us your name and address I -- -------
place, at"t> t"hall -
about Titu-ullc and the Banana creek of Malabar and Tillman :-
and we will iend 12 I
rho had gone on a visit to his old home, Tnc-d evening wi a grand snciv: <- you 6 U.:tili\
region in the fall and winter season of the ; 1-aj.i-i of newlles prepaid Sell
hoping; to be benefited by the changeLieceased Yt'U'. It is now to prune its utility in'arryimr ill every l'O- ,.iulc' way. livery: one did them at 1C cent t'crtas'r ntumii I
has been a somewhat prominent .rteetion. amid we regret > the moiiiy when v,!ld.:amid scare -- I
the mails Banana their paitto ;
( on river on pt ...., Bros.
lIgUle the coloied heiefor a I ikt. lilt gold iin-4 fret
among population douda\-, Wodiu'daand Friday, amt hat we cannot give i a detailed account 01 ,t tine mi'intnteed natch lie I ,
a number of I He had beenucct.Wul .
years. for general bll-ilws on Indian river on of' the program.Mr. turn nn otl! soulA ,; ; (: EI.It.11.
:- in busmen )
:: accumulating conJtrable -
Tuesday<, Thur-days and S.ittiida\-for ('onklill11': and
: and Mi- U..1. JOHN KORE & CO.
:::;; properly, mill had, A strong hold JiI n'II ,' TS...
hu accommodation of the east shore, Mi-f" I'il: ah"th llopmand -
)Ii.-. J. M. Minor, / .
v pon the respect:: and esteem of his iia E: Main St
pee nnmvting the same with railroad jioint-' ; l.t-naConklini., lb's-ra.Iherbert, Eau Gallie, Fla.
been some past< his health ha; at Eau (iallw, I:xii kletlgt' awl Coma. Its .Joe and Moidie Conklinir, all of Tillinan. Slaughterville, Ky.

*eiy precariuuand reverses in also under-tood that the steamer ="I'artan Tne-iia eu'iiintr at the l'lItt.rtaillllll.nt. Goods
l/itsiuv&s have aggravated hip troubles were in town Dry Clothing I
UN death will be kept on the Indian liver inn, Aoiiuoni' expressed it, L ,
was not wholly unexpected."La yl
even after herner\ mail contract e\ 'the inii-ii1 b\ the (Conklm family \\:\- liOOTS \It M10I>,
,t Saturday a magnificent rain fell hires the fir-t of July. I
the be.-ton the prujiambut: littiiMi:-;- II UUH" UU:, (: nO'Inll.
during the afternoon, accompanied hvivid \' -.----- >rake, of Malabar: .tt'-t rn's1'l'I'ialllll'u| .- \I '\'r i13) 0 II.*, I.TC'

lightning, heavy thunder and wind, IOK l'IWaTTICi11"01: ::\ I.\'. otiifi-.
tioll do all the
n< Steam Laiincli for
.fhttfora few miuiiU 1 a-smned' cuIonicUemkiicies. To the waters of Iirt\drd (utility: -,- '-. Charter.A .

A fine oak growing near J. I lOsM.\M: t
.M.Zanders'store wu-blown down, and I berehyauuoluue mj-elf ;i> a candidate : ; .. ..Fill:.....
fur prosecuting uttoiney for the u.iinty of Editor 1'ittof the Trllpil'al1111 wa-

line be beer sign/ on top of Tucker'- 5nartl, subject to the ;uu iou i-f tn! iMnoratic the! u'ii-t; of Mr. I.. ('. MoonTiula\ Shave and a Hair Gut

-uloon was torn oil'and whirled over the : county convention It I am iiouuti.itfd anti WedneMlay.Col. .

''rtitlie i block of house.- to the noithwaul amid I fluted I will do my till t\,'. II. 1) Kutlner left \\'1.Jllt."l.lY1IIIIIlIinl ... tru joCarrute' ..
and landed on the sidewalk in front of :>. J.\\ KE. ADUKWj -
biiMiutrip to hi- touinionif '>
on a
Oiild-51 lefaiilence, on Willaid I street. A

Twit of lightning fl'HolI the shed over :>. i. .. .... <<<< : im ( 'h\rlt; '-ton.r. 1'a.Mr. .."..Barber Shop t

I' Travis :gasoline tanks on the wharf d. \\'. Kill: Wooilley. Fla :- ,

knocking oil'pan .of the covering :lmi I CONSUMPTION i laknur: unite fiiiu'iit| trip (ht-rt- attt-i.d \"-in' but \i'< rit'I"-I'11 work- I| TITC51'ILL1'tot 'I
n eupl.'yrIi.utd rt'ivt
titling and len.oving a ga-oline tank ill, to hi- b'tuuv lit-! t r"[ his: lauiu li. ,ati-fi'-ti xiiantntfed JlC ........ |:j 'kUKil-A. I

mine diatance: aing the what The oldest A Mr.-. I'nderwood bad another ilarrnwweal' THE RISING GENERATION :
never stops because the weather .J. L (
inhalitalltlllIlillt..l tl.e heaviest ..1d[,. u I: ": tt.1' l't' '? Hit Dili Proprietor.
fall from rattlt>,.nakt-, :.Monday. >: hf a-w I" ____
a .
( ..
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jf is warmS I 'tr.1 II ;1.. il t r. .1.t -h fa little tog -
of rain in army veai.- a box and U-am-d it a1ain-t the ,
picked lItliit'II'lit.
up iI. : 1.1 't"'
Then [ H"l Mthi Iii I' Dr. lIum.htulI.sf'loatim
why stop taking it tllld house door aa prop Wondering :

Small in sue and _leat i.. re-nlts are | SCOTT'S EMULSION fg what made it.." heavy -!lIc' looked d,>wn Groceries and Fresh Meats ? Dental} Apartments

})t>\\'itt'8 Little:: Early llisui.-: the famou- simply because it's ? to tied a rattlerhead within six inches IIf 'HllI'lior yJ.tli; \ 'd II 'I II' n'-"',d! ily t'XC'II.i"I' -
little that cleanse the liver summer ill i-viiv' artiste Ox
pills and Onri.!" N '11'1' lit
bowels. They do not giipe. H. I:. Wilson | Keep taking it. It will heal your Hy of Ilt'r. she) quietly -tepped back out of M-inith K.-ti't it- kiu'm. vt ITUannot }!
reach and called! her hu-band, who killed ... bull ath... TutuDENT
..\ Son. iisiiier. tad III -"iiii- i-t n >t a- : -f .
: -- --- lungs, and make them strong for % the snake. It was six feet lung and !bad hargtd for uii ii"i _<.|..1-. S :.
% another winter. and button. Mine snakes ofall -
A 11 rattles a JOHNSON i '- ====== 'i
Men to cut cross ties. Call or write, jjf sac.and ji.oo; all druggists. A kinds have been killed here recently E SOW AT

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THE FLORIDA STAR: FRIDAY. JUNE 15; '1900., if .:

ATTENTION DEMOCRATS R nice Nothing will affect young chickens ; .
like sour grain; it seems to be a poison to GRAYT : :

them, and they scarcely ever get over the ;
County Jmtly Entitled to the effects of it. The price is within reach of .'

F.Editor Senator This Time. everyone who,raises poultry, if for home Why 1 I

of The Florida Star; use,exclusively. all

permit me space for a few wordson R n e i :
the political situation as I understand His Life Was Saved. bors
it. It is currently reported that the poi Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of

litical leaders, not satisfied with partly dis- Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonderful -

franchising a number of precincts by bas- deliverance from a frightful death. In think
telling of it he says: "I was taken with
ing representation on the vote.for representative must
typhoid fever that ran into pneumonia. '
instead of for congressman -as My lungs became hardened. I
was so
customary, have deeded Brevard STREAK! ... ;.
county weak I couldn't even set up in bed. Noth- -::. .
over to Dade and again conceded to'Dade ing helped me. I expected to soon die ,. ;
the senator from the Thirteenth district of consumption, when I heard of Dr. older than you .,

From talking with many people, and being King's New Discovery One bottle gave Yet it's
: in business I have opportunity to great relief. I, continued to use it, and "
meet many, I find that this trade is now am.well and strong. I can't say too look young with
en- much in its praise." This marvelous color of .
tirely unsatisfactory to everybody years ,
medicine is the surest and quickest cure
those directly concerned, and those directly in the world for all throat and lung the hair., It's .

l : concerned did not'think it necessary trouble. Regular sizes, 50 cents and $1. see
: to confer with the people. Now, my Trial bottles free at B. R. Wilson & Sons' young
view of the question is this: drug store. Every bottle guaranteed. 2 look prematurely

Breyard county is justly entitled to the in this way. Sad

Y senator this time, and. Dade county is Notice. cause it's all
in honor bound to concede it. .
was Notice is hereby given that the
following for
the saw; gray
understanding at the last
petition will be presented to the county com
convention. Dade promised that in re- missioners at their meeting on the first Tues- may always be
turn for the unanimous support of Bre day in July, 1900: stored : ::

'ard-gi\'iug her the entire delegation PETITION. car-
to its
toward her candidate-that at the next To the Honorable Board of County Commissioners

convention a Brevard county man should of Brevard County: natural

have her support. This was a perfectly Now comes D. L. Gaulden, John II. Dixon, ",

c plain arrangement, and it is but justice George M. Robbing and Frank H. Boye, a color
that Brevard now claim what had been committee of the citizens and tax-payers of

z' conceded, and at the last moment about road district No. 2, and present to your hon- by using .
to be denied. orable board this petition signed by a majorityof

We the regis ere voters residing in and own-
must remember fellow Democrats
ing land in said road district,praying the levyof
I that the that be in
powers county a special tax of five mills at the next an For half
.. ; 'r are much possessed with the idea that over a
nual meeting of your board for levying taxes;
", "they are the people." They already said tax to be levied upon the property of said tury this has been ,

:, claim a majority delegation, and four district for the purpose of constructing good standard hair

years from now, with the,present relative roads in said district. And we, the under-
increase!:; in population, they will have a signed registers voters, residing in, and own- tion. It is an deliver

\ considerable majority.If ing land in said district, whose names appear dressing ; stops

they are in a frame of mind now to upon the said petition, state to your honor ing of the hair : .
able body that we, the said signers, desire the ;
break a contract, they will then demand levying of a special tax of five mills for good the hair
grow ;
their own way. If their conclusions are roads upon the property in said district as
well taken there is no hope that Brevard aforesaid. cleanses the s c

county will again for 20 years name a D. J.. GAULDEX, from dandruff.

senator unless they name their man now Jso. M. DIxoN,
and insist at the coming convention on FRANK H.. oYE.Gm. $1.00 bottle. AU

the alternative plan. 1[. ROUBINS, "I hare been using Aj'er's
Vigor for over 20 ears and
What is worse than this when they are heartily recommend it to the
in position to dictate the nomination of Signatures: Witness: as the best hair tonic in ui:<
D L Gaulden Frank II Boye Mrs.G.L.ALDEn os
their own man for senator they will dic- April 24,1!99. Ector
Jno II Dixon Frank II Boye _
tate to us the kind of must send
man we
Geo 51 Kobbins Frank II BoyeR If you do not obtain all the
up for representative since the best interest W Rhodes Frank II BoyeB you expected from the Vigor,
of the district would depend on B Wilson Frank H BoyeE tho Doctor DB.about J. it.C. AYER Addreu, /( /

harmony between the representative and L Brady Frank II BoyeL Lowell ; t
fcenator. A Brady Frank H Boye;

This, gentlemen, is the predicament of 0 S Schuyler Frank II BoyeG

Brevard county as things are stated, For F Duren Frank II BoyeR
L Motlow Frank II
my part, I do not propose to stand it. I BoyeA I
:Wingate Frank II Buye Cabot House '
have but little influence but
every man
J B Screven Frank II Boye
has some. I am a tax-payer and I intendto Sam Futch Frank II Boye The Cabot house, at '

stand up for Brevard. M B Metzger Frank H bye to the traveling public as the

The idea that Brevard county has no A Hadley Frank H Boye house, was burned Sunday

suitable man for senator and on that account John R Walker Frank H bye p. in. The lire Mailed from GL't)

would slink from maintaining her M S Jones Jr Frank II Boye engine, and in a few minutes

jut claims has occurred to few people. Jas Pritchard Frank II BoyeR building was wrapped in .

We have just as good senatorial timber C Scrimgeour Frank II Boye Sunday, there were very few Globe,
Andrewxhisma( k EHenwoud Frank
) )H bye
in Brevard as Dade has got. This is a and in consequence nothing: Fire-
Cd Edmonsou Frank II Boye
Bryan year, the people are going to have A Forester Frank II BoyeR The milding and contents \\

something to say, and here is to you. S Smith Frank II Boje destroyed. No insurance on ., FLA.

Yours truly, M Goldsmith Frank II Boye The building: belonged to -
J. P. COOI-I.K Geo (x his mark) Deiiham Frank 11 BoyeW Cabot estate, and was leased

---'- R Knox Frank II bye Fitzhugh, Jr. )Ir. and Mrs. ;

BAD JILOOD is a bad thing. It is respon.i-) (;t.o W Scobie Frank II bye were in West Palm Reach, I '
ble for scrofula salt rheum, buuioisand many J T Price Frank II Boye arations to move to that place.A .
other diseases, including! rhcunutKni and that S F tiray Frank H bye
tired feeling. Bud blood is made good blood M I) Dodsou Frank H BoyeA --.
J SIraltlt',1lIkle Quickly :
by Hood's San aparilla.
A Stewart Frank II Boye I
,;, pick headache is cured by Hood's Pills. 23c. \Vm
Ellis B Wager Frank II BoyeR sprain of the ankle," says (tt'fI.: ; !>t Coast
The New 3hirsdcn Feed.
E Blanchard Frank H Boye editor of the (il1i.ll''a :

K. W. Amden Times-Union and Citizen.In E II Holtou Frank II I5oye "After using j<:t't'mlell: '(,

had E It Kiw Frank II medicines without fciitve:, I tI
a former communication I uc Frank II
John Myers BoyeA
bei'Iain's Pain Hahn, and am
i-atiun to mention ihf now cornstalk, or W Rule Frank H IJoyeE
l.\ Mars-It1 leeil, and at that time I had I: ESuiiisoii Frank II Buye ay that Belief came as soon as
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:-v-:' ordered one ton 01 l it to ;i\'l it a trial, and A S Wilson Frank H Boje UM a coulplt'tl' :- ,
.'- comp.ue the cost with ether coarse feed I
we buy. The analysis: shows it to be SDllohm'* Frank H BoyeJno
11 S.UH Flunk H Boy Statement.Tax .
richer MI plot in timothy !hay, and U J LaRoche Frank H bye .

as the market price is mor- than a third F L Whitloi-k Frank II Boye statement for the orders.

v" less, I roncluiUM it \\.i* worth a trial. 1 [);ua'I J LuRothe Funk 11 Boj'e WOO for taxes ae.ed : FLA.

am fei'iliiig it to a horns milch cows and ..' W iKoehe Frank II BoyeE for tin year l.VJ'l! as per section :

to loultry. For the ifinil cows: I take M Whaley Frank 11 Boye ter 4115, laws of Florida:

om.-thiid"oflhe Mar&leii iced and I two- S B Syiumes Frank II Boje I Collected in ..\
thirds of cottonseed hulls and cook them J n\" Sams Frank 11 Boyei May, 1WO. \

together for I'c\"t'ral! hours and let them I i deft Siliiiyler Frank 11 Pmye I I Co. n'\lIIlt'-gt'u'l fund $ 477 fin :
In theinornins N N Penny Frank II BuyeHenry I School fund n-__u-- 3!>7,IN ; : ; ?
close ki tile over night.
:leam in a Wilson Frank II Boje Co. 1'11ul1II11.ri.I;-e fund, ;35> 'I : )
:: 1 mi* the feed with ground M S sum Frank H BoyeJJJojner Fine and forfeiture fUIIII5!/ 71

grain and feed it as I formerly did cut Frank H Boje I Special,. road.. fund.. lit.. 2, 131'4
cottOIl.l'l'llllllll: and find the Frank 11 5, lmI3. ti '
clover i-.iul I G II Hunter BojeW
Pulls (sdauul fund) -_____ 73.00
results fully 1.11'1.\1!, and the same nnmU-i S Norwood Frank II Boye --- \

of pounds of the Marsden cornstalk: feed I C Boiiknight Frank II Total_______--- $1.-mIs:
will a great deal farther, for it swells Minor Jones Vniul. H Boje A. A. :-\ :
and go ab-orbs a large quantity of watt'r.I I I'I) Flood Frank II H")eState Clerk of Circuit : : : :

The How of milk has kept up lemurkably : of Florida, I{ ----

well for this season of the year. In f fact, Brc\'anll'olluty. )i The Caiman, Pierre l/)
more milK MIICC feeding' On thi x'lid day uf June. A. I.1lNMi, IK-ISOII some i ou-eboat, w'aburned ,
we arc getting before Frau H. Iojt, one nf -
thehJcll than we did! before, and we ally: came me Smyrna morning of -
who circulated the ultove petition -
the t It is uppused to have bivu set
less at this season of the
-4 first
usually expect 1 and havimig been by me duly
ti year, "when Hies and hot wl'at.ber.arl' sxvoin, nude oath that each and every name rats. There were two men l
rather hard on milch co\\s. 1 it an and: mark allm-d to the said petition was and thetime who barely eM-aped be -

., excellent feed, ami if the quality, is, kept is, the act and deed of the person purporting ;o death. Thi houeboat i -

: up I shall use a great deal of it. I t.I put to sign the sune, and that theiei: no fraud, I known up and down the o>
and in bnlieiy deuptum pronirias ;Mien -Iglla- will he greatly mived.A .
.'.' in ilK I pound sacks:: came excellent !
up I and muik, and that this i U I _
stock did not tures
., order. .\t first the .
made upon the own personal knowledge .ttill' i )'.,>ttlrr Mill K\i>l< of the
it kindly, but now they eat
take to wry affiant. I ,
:,: it with as much relish as aintlung we FltVNK H. BiVkE.Mvorn j Uemoves: : e\ei\thiiu 1 ; in -Ig I ; I 'i j '
feed. For ground feed!, 1 place; my: ie : and siiWribed to U'twie me the date I drastic mineral pill., hut ,With l I i :; : :;:; ....\.

._ haute on wheat !bun and dairy food, above: written.1Seall I idangernti; I iKjn't dxnamite _
the Anu-iirun IVieal company. ] I'1 IoEnn'K .\. Mom.\x, ]i machinery }f your hOlly
madeby dues when I
crotou oil 01 pills,
The Jain' food i io all they claim for it, I - _Notary--- Xl'I.ife fills! which are ,

r believe; at least, I consider it the chtfaj .\ Good Co ugh AlfilUine.It mer biifAdo the work ,' ,' : ; .
tit: of anything in the way of groundgrain. I headai-he\ iontipatiou. Only : ;
ChambeilainV i Cough
t:; It is neaier u balanced ratior> I speaks well for It. Wil.-on v\c on's drug tore : I of
Uemedy when diu#, f when fed as I feed it, and the proh.l1IS -
families in preference to any other. i
than ground gram or
r less expensive any Remedy B ER
Chamberlain's Cough -
"I have
and the
r, bran I have been able to get, :
with '-
stock is \'cryfiJl1doflt. Being kiln-dried I, fur the pa-t five dears iompet" i
satisfaction to myself and cu-tonu-rs, Infants and
along For
l it will keep in our climate twice ;
lillhhullth111 T-tten, ,
awl s\\t'l't.J I says Prugjiist; ; : J. .'
heated kept :
; as am grain now not trying So> poultry food put up by N.: Y. "I have always l1-t'lllt: cough in my* ow analcolds n ::h8 Kind! You Have Always :

far have had excellent family both for ordinary i
firm. So we A
the same and doubt it will continue and for the cough: following Ja j Bears theSignature ; } bills of
results, no : # t
it is kiln- grippe, and rind it very elfioaciouFor of I on the
the dairy food, i East(
:, for, like Sun. Sold by U. 1'. WiUn & Sou. ('aot.
dried, and we find it always sweet and tale by B. R.11'ihon! V i

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'Fr'r 3' -x lay-.., ry .'4, ; T l t.9' ,ate.

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y 6', THE FLORIDA., STAB : FRIDAY,_JUNE 15, :190(1( ;F'i :!

exceedingly rl k1".oiulertaklng. for the I that before the real opening of '
T' U OF f THE[ DOERS. sharpshooters on both-;. sides ,were' ,. "min'ussually'.leen I .many' '.favored<'persons: ''will be ., ".. _, '__ .. __ --.I;._ : ,_,_' _..__" .,--- -_ :: -- :- : '.--= ; -ic
during.this siege At an decked out in the new stuff.

advanced post one,of the British played ' plan of sleeves Is,an innovation

the concertina while some of his Indeed, for they will be In more or uNN11MNdNPNIUIHIIRBNIMt
They Cannot "Trek" Again For Africa II
companions sang. The Boers paid no less pronounced bell shape and have

r Occupied.Special 'attention:'for.a"time, but_at last,one of i real or ,simulated nndersleeves. In ,a

:. correspondence_ of The Florida S tar. them cautiously raised his head to discover letter ,from the most prominent fur '.
1 t
't. CAPE TOWN,:May 10.:-Many keen observers the cause of the music and was I dealer in this city I was told that the + For Infants and Children. "

-:: of events both here and at the Immediately, shot down by a sharp- i I sleeves to the fur coats would be tell ? ,

:_ front are of the opinion that military: shooter. Such are the cruel ways of shape.. In one handsome afternoon

it, resistance to Great Britain will shortly war. CECIL HoYT. dress of black lace over silk the The Kind You Have

t .a cease save for possible guerrilla war sleeves have first a puff reaching to

... fare. With the Orange Free State the forearm, then a band then another fr

e'I:'::, (which, by the way, will be known Ja BRIGHTCOLORS. puff and then a deep open ruffle. A Always Bought
suit has sleeves cut bell -'I ? I'II'NIlTd P1, III "f.I :1
fil. the future as the Orange River Colony) tailor shape tWal III!

;.- in the hands of the English and the Fashion Decrees Some Startling Effects with deep cuffs, and below that lace A1'egefableP1epr3ttonforASSthetS -

;--4," Transvaal in imminent danger of heif For the Near Future. undersleeves falling over the hands.

i lug overrun it :s hard to see how they Special correspondence of The Florida Star. Many other dresses and jackets show taa a hs ROf Bears the

; ) f Boers can command any effectual op- NEW YORK June 12.: -Coming events the same idea. In the illustration may a

';;! position to British arms. The relief of cast their shadows before, the poet be seen sleeves in the new style, as I
::0" they are cut off at the elbow and below
Mafekiag was a crushing blow to Boor Signature
told us, and just now the new color .
;i_I hopes, and from now: on we may expect cards are out, and they are brilliant there Is a full sleeve with a deep cuf? -

Il ? to hear only of British occupa enough to cast shadows. The yellowsare r of heavy lace such as is used to trim Promotes DigestionCheerfulaessandRestContainsneafiler

<.,; tions. i the costume. OLIVE HARPER. of
sunshine and all the
as bright as I Mineral.
?i/i "The future of the Transvaal and of different shades of green that grow up- OpwmMorpuine nor

ti-too: ...... the Boers, therefore, challenges immediate on the Emerald Isle are among them. Reports show that over fifteen hundred NOT NARCOTIC.
lives have been sated through the use of
: attention. As to the former
it' no Pinks and reds, purples and all the pos- One Minute Cough Cure. Mot of these n.
reasonable man conversant with the
sible shades of brown from
reaching were cases of grippe, whooping SAMlZLPITCBEIll'umpl.n
: croup &4ew Old Jr
;: situation can doubt that Great Britain brown to lemcn shown not
; are cough, asthma; bronchitis and pneumonia
i- will annex the territory; and thus make In silks alone, but in the fall wool Its early use prevents consumption.B. 1lx.Jrmeibiiu 4'rd.

!j;: It an integral part of the empire. Its ...i.. i R. Wilson & Son. Ji I
: fate will be that of the many countries n
dJI .
t conquered by England anti its future x'9ty The Critic. ford JWaJI .

t, problems will be those that confront Critic-I've sent up a two column rm k4-

:;: Canada, Australia Cape Colony and .:riticisra of the new play and I'll be Ctonfitd naluyrtai Sugar ttanr.- Use

; the others-questions of taxation rep- ( back about midnight to look at the -.

--.,*. reseutation. etc. One thing is certain ,y proofs. perfect Remedy forConstipa-
it will not be permitted to exist as a -1.:, Editor-Where are you going now? lion. Sour Stomich.Diarrhoea, } .

: ; Boer state but as a British colony Critic-To see the play.-Collier's Worms.Convulsions Jeverishuess F 0 > D
V r
0 r
,. .' under British laws and probably with Weekly. and Loss OF SLEEP.. U

-. equal rights for all white citizens, bet A ..

: they Boer or Briton. Other remedies only alleviate the facsimile Signature of

But the Boors themselves? Will !'\'IlI\ltom of dyspepsia and indigestion nirtliears

i ;'. they remain iu the land or will they Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspeplicide cures by

..'c' seek homes elsewhere? Of course the ) attacking the root of the disease" and NEW YORK. '
'. x tim make a healthy stomach that will
: : Transvaal is not conllH'rl'lllt and iH-rfonn all its functions perfectly n. R. :
may not be for a long time but it is Wilson & Son

.,f'",. not too early to speculate about their CAS111JcflA: I r.
"= i fate. Will there le another exodus The Itaspherry. f

like that of Israel of old or like the for EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
The raspberry is so called on accountof .
mer "treks" from Cape Colony? They
the y' its loaf, which i is covered with numerous '"\ 011 -', ,,a/// THE CENTAUR COMPANY NEW YORK CITVFcrAHXhdscf _
cannot "trek" again InI'ie3, as
continent holds no more vast tracts cf small prickles resembling the ... }_:_. _.:. .... ;--'_ :>=:-.. -" -i:'); ;.. ::: -n ;
edge of a file, or !'as}). I bare eaten it
unclaimed land tit for human habitation -
.t in its nativity on time summit of the
for it ]has been parceled out among
mountains of the Caribbean islands
---- -- --- ---- -
the nations of Europe since the Boers '
\ where its size is enormous: and its flavor -

$ \ A undiscovered. The wild berry is t

/. :sasteless. but1 11 dCI' cultivation becomes
::1t. of I i 'f
the most valued of all the spe-

, ies of rnbus. New York Press. t
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The White Man's Burdens

goods. Tans, Khaki mode and a dozen usually indigestion, which means no "' tffcifc/arfM*' 7&S Shosfia
appetite, sleeplessness, iriiubihtyeaii-
other shades all han something to nes" of body and brain. Dr. Loyal Ford'sDipeptiei .. !!l stab: :*CaSIbsrs! and C'eiEs

recall the sunshine yellow of this soi- \ eifect cure. r' A rrv r.vo.iTrG FCT HU.VHNC.Jllxc if

son. Brown wit yellow stripes anil It aids digestion! tones and regulates tile 1 h l b Ii r.'n ; <" b. r,
crossbars makes as rich and handsome -tomach. U. R. WiNon A. Sin. j 4 Model 1* ''. } A :' 1\ ... ...1-er, "Lu ri L-'j(, '
r'' .
r --- ----- --- a
Some -
a plaid as ever was seen. f
$ Model !Pri(. DA'. ('. r. caliber, "T.iko Down,"
1'-': rii are in immense figures, and others are The Reply nkind. t z pt.t a :x,
i J ''=. scarcely more than shepherd's checks Leading 1.:1l111:11 did jou thin!; + Mode I"?. Yt.cd3eifer"TakaDown"ireihti

but all have a pleasing softness anti of my facial expression? 7j'0 ..(Is. 1

t 1 k richness that no other color could give. Soubrette didn't notice any.-liar- Model 7 puCUds.1c' \ O-73 coLtcr, Extra Light/' weight i.

Gray in all the shades possible to imagine per's Bazar.

is among them, but the siher --- t Shoot Winchester AmmuaKIca. for all Kinds of Guns.

and pearl shades are the most liked Neglect! IS the fohOl'ttl'p so many lake
FREE.-Send Name and Address on Postal for ISO-page Illustrated Catalogue.
'Yoni cold!
and they make the most delicate of a coni/li or to tomump'ion

t, dress- for nice occasions. Hut graysare fbeeaily' IN' of One Minute C'nih: Cine WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., NEW HAVEN, CONN. .
reverts: con-iimptioii.:! It is the only
so dillk-ult to keep from soil thatif .
I 'larmlePremedy that gives immediate
dross for service it is
Nvsui'iS a
U": I better to choose soave other color or at ,) <. Ciiildicn all like it and motlieis .

\;, ( least a dark hade. endorse: B. R. Wilson & :Son. .
For summer use the caslmioies and 1 .

I II.L thteilines; and those soft liglit stuffs Dfstro the "'('('th.

without a name, but which are between This necessitates cultivation.lush;

? ; H veiling and wool muslin, make islionU l\: done as often as necessary to

the daintiest of gowns riounces madeof *>eep out the weeds. The harrow if

these tuft'!; when cut on the bias used a few days after planting and

/ \ 4 al'(' ue\\ and pretty. lint no one need again after the corn is up Wiililo much /,

/ / have llounces, as there are so many different to put the corn ahead: of the weeds.Follow -_ F. '. 9 rJ
things to choose from that one is with the weeler:! and cultivator Fear

embarrassed to make a choice Hut often enough to destroy Wl'I'lls.'lll're

for young persons the plain skirt with a soil; i is htlllillfp, tl'll with weeds

pi i haps a few rowsf very narrow plant corn in hills :11I11'O\\'s so as to be

p-- ribbon aiounil the bottom just above able to cultivate both ways.-New Eng- i % R b y C :
; 1 the hem is the best plan. Older cues land Faimer.
11.11 101111K: toIFRN.t'tt'ti .
van haeomo arrantrfiueut; of lace T +., 1
in the Tiausvaal. applique in set figures or in lines 01 MI\KK INTOOTK 1I0tS
they Multi! they would find I
indeed in anyway that suits the ideas: Allen's Foot-Li:: "e, a powder! it care
that to settle is only to exchange; Britih
of the owner of the sown. painful. smaitingvvollMi and imn rot\-
rule fur that of some other foreign; .
Fur summer wraps there are somestxlMi ing nails. and! instantly takes th'-tingout
nation, and submission to authority 1 U: '>f coins and bunion ITthe:! < "-tomfoit
ones of I:1OWl' silk, the capopoition
not and never has been a characteristicof di-coveiv tiie are: ,.lllen'sI :!
I being of silk and eo\cred with
the Boer. Eastward Portugal; holds ( I FOllt-Eaiol' make* 't tL'M) or lieu shoes feel)
lace and this oftfii out with
sway, and to the wet arm easy. It i ia; certain cine till'w'ltin;!, f
and lloelmanaland. loth British. Tot soiae line jet beading and the neck tin alfou* and hut, tin'.,!, :u'hing feet. Try it

1 t'xchansre the rule of Victoria for that ishetl with a ruff of French lace and) '4 day. N,ld bv all tlni:::.!i-ts and shoe

t, t>f her grand-tin and settle in Gorman with loops and bows of some kind of -t 0 '':*. Uv mail i furV: : intamp\ *, Trial
I' black ribbon. Moire shows best, but ''ackane: frce..1+Idre**, Allen S, Olmted,
! Southwest .\fl'icllhws not at first sight
; giosirtains are :good and so are the Lt' Coy! X Y.
advisable >>
seem and willlll'lthahh' bo scoiinideied (
satin lacedelvets.. TRIEE];! LY SAILINGS
i ; b.v Krugcr and his p'uple.There I,i.i-x Uo.1. snvtl.alior.. .
is an impression abroad that tlitP.oers Some short: capes are more for the An excl.!.:'!.ue well illustrates the im- JtF.l'tVF.F.JPCKSONV1LLE .\____
:,;nkl'If having son?thing ovt-r tin1sltoiiiiicr.s
will try to find limue in tin p.-i: : ; (.1 Lii4 rows Ity telling of ave
) than for any protection they AND NEW YORK
;ivat uuithwcst! of the United States, :'te"n [...-::1\1' who had plowed land
iniiTlit give tl'e wearer but they arepretty.
but they aiv too unpiogrcsshe. to sue IPo( ro..s; \-.-ir.!' and a half mile loin;!. He ('allill g at (hark'itoji, S. ('.. both ways.
itrotUirid! satin are used' for
feed iu I'ncle Sam's buMling domain made! three Lehicacti; ".". rod wide '
some awl doth in the light: and fahiualt' > Tiu riiicsl! att'anirhi i i' in the ( uaxiuixcit Serb lee c
Altogether the future of the Boers i and liK) rods 100Vhit'n planted in
; \ :shade'Ihese are simply trim
i an inteiesting and important question, corn lie finui 1 ta!: this man could cultivate -
I and meditli rows of stitching or straps '1'111: (' \'nl: :\1:'" I\a."u 11U SOI"'IIIItLISIS
although no solution of the prob it the Km:: W:1If the row in
1t'lII1'aU be given at piesent it will beai stitched down like the long; and elegant three day while if going the other ) I'I\'in' iktweeu _
for swell driving and the '
coats \ Mtin4wheie .
watt lung. way there four da.vs* work. Jut Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, and all eastern points. .

The British losses up to date are one wishes to strike envy intothe one day extra was spent iu turning aiIiii:.: al ('harkt"o Ixith wa.\'-.
heart of :i it val. Pearl buttons art .
given out as -i'j't.tlil't'I'S and r,ui>: around nt the end three times as often.starvation _'II-WEEKLY: S.\ILISl..
men killed and died of diej!.iu stri-et.Iuk-omile.! I
often the strap trimming i is done ill
UMi) otliicrs
and .44n
meuBounded cured dyspepsia.Persons .
aim 1M oihceis cloth of two or three :shades starker never vet ('iivs ST. j( ii\s IU\'In LI % I:.
1 > niou with iudige-tion ate already halftarved. ,
and) mishi ,'. than the (:11'1'. This is very effective DhlUtn I LINK.I : .
I luisuiK'is } I'iftj -four men They need ,plentvuf whole*< in"
I i have been arid'tltaliv kdled. Thou when the shades are chosen with judgment. f< (Hl. Kinloi Dvs siwi *CuredigtMs: what :('lDOtn .'ac'ir.uui ille affil .sanfoitl.

t have been is i:" alldod home e\iluivc von eat so the hinny can U- nonrihedwhile ht..i.tiiig; at I'alatk.ttci.M. ri.uiii--. i:iofoni ((11eI.uul) Blue Spring au j Bounded 41; nth-eis and 7-t'o: men.: The khaki suits grow in favor the worn out or tlal1a 1111 IH':1I'I.'wry kind < f contmittl It i; the only preparation
total caualiir- :' :!. inrlu1ing HlhOn l ; '. tt'.1. SIR .iiited
i The 1a31 > MUM W. is a|>i to sail as f.Iu\\3! :
t v\ ,.11 the army and goods, intended for early fail have at ki'uvvu that will instantly i relieve and I1' Leave foot atln (nmt .I.ik t'ut ilk'f! \ .da.\'s awl :-;Saturdays 3:00 |>. III,
least three shades of that color. It I isreproduced cure all *t< mach; tioiiblf*. Leave Sanford M"'H'!.t." .in,1 luiiMjax-I -. it VIMI a. m.
f civilian iu hl' il'l'tI; towns are 40,727 Try it if von are suili'tin. Eton mdnreti' ; ,.:-
in even thing, 1'H'ncl nt I E. B. WAGER Agent Titusville Florida.
than the entire Boer ,
more army. n. It will certainly du v>u! g",; "'J. IIR. .
and all kinds of :-.s as well as tht
Two prominent rhaiartentU- the wools. Cheviot and broadcloth are Wiil1l'n, General Passenger and Ticket Office 204 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
Boers are curiosity and a love of uiu

sic. Thise were takiii advantage; of probably the handsomest as not all \\ H WVRIirUToN, T \I'F.. )!. IROXMOXdER. Jr., F. P. A.,
British during the siege of weaves look as well in the same color. t ti I l"-ut.: N(' V..IK, 204 Wet Day St., Jacksonville Fla
J by the Cashmere and camel's hair are ex- CURES WHERE All ELSE tAHS, i i 1'. U)\ KLLt. F'.t -.11'O.. L. HOWARD, SiiiK-rmtendeut, '
Mafeking anti cost soim: of the Boers Jiicksduville. Fla I 1'..,,
Best Cough Syrup. Tas-tes Use Fo..t HtcMii tu.: t llojiaii stu-tt, Jacksonville Fla.IllhO.
tl'eml'lclt.ant in this. Pastel tints .
! their lives. The lunches of the combatants ; in time. W'Id hr drurzl. (;. K(.iil, 11:11. H. (,LIH.0..,
I faced each oilier and to rake will scarcely outlive the summer, as all S Traffic Manaui General Agents,
the Melt season't colors are so decided ('-i-bruujjh Building, 111 State Street, Xew York.
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VOL. XXI. TITUSVILLE. ,. FLA., FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1900. NO. 8. f ', -



j'f i: : Brief M.ntl.n.r What Is Going On In Marriage of Miss Iola Davis and Mr. Geo. of Interest That Are Happening Duval County Commissioner II In Fora BIt of Information About Various Events

[4-"; ." .and About Tltnsville* Bayles Wednesday Night. Around Town. Change In That County. Occurring at Different Florida Points j

u. Wilson & Son's soda touches the spot One of Indian river's most perfect OUR SODA is guaranteed to give per- County Commissioner Bowden, or Du- A letter from H. Q. Hawley, who isout '

_ .........1; and cures that thirsty feeling. moonlight nights, a commodious church f ect satisfaction. Wilson & Son. val county, was a ked recently if there I west, to a friend in Daytona states i
\ crowded with people and decorated most was never any decrease in the expenseof that they are rejoicing over the advent of i
: :I'; Send your watches for repairs to W. M. Charlie Gailer returned Sunday to Day-
profusely with flowers snch the maintaining in that county, a little daughter.It I
J1"' '' Woodward, Titusville. Work guaranteed. were t ona, having spent about a week here. paupers
surroundings that greeted the bridal and he paid very seldom. He was then has just been learned in Marianna J
l;y Mr. J. A. Taylor, of Shiloh, paid THE Mr. John Myers has the contract to
party of Wednesday night, when Mr. I asked if there was no way by which the that Washington county has had about
;i. i'\ :-. STAR office a pleasant call. while in town George Bayles led Miss lola Davis, one of rect: a new ten-foot windmill for the Indian expense could be reduced, and he said $:?,OOO worth of school scrip stolen and -1.

!'i 'lo'1. Tuesday: Titusville's fairest young ladies, to Hy- River hotel. he thought it could he done by a presented and paid by the bank of W. J. :

1F45 The syrup is the "soul of the soda. If men's altar at the Methodist church. Mr. George M. Robbins went to Jack: properly! managed poor farm. He was Daniels & Co., of that place. ,

4 the syrup is good, the! soda is good; vice The head of the church was a floral visionof onville Tuesday on legal business, re- asked what his plan was, and he said to The Kissimmee section the hunters'
1.1 ;:1io versa. Wilson & Son. loveliness. It seemed impossible that t urning home last night.Mr. buy 400 or 500 acres of land, and make as :
paradise, keeping to
such an of flowers could be had at the convicts and the male np
I<:: ; Mr. J. 0. Walton, of Jacksonville, this array George W. Gibb, of St. Augustine, county paupers \ bag of three black bear in one day'shunt 1
season of the that were able erect the
..: spent a couple of days with his brother, year. pent: from Monday afternoon until Wed- necessary only a short distance from town,
J At the designated hour 8 o'clock the Divide the white and colored
if' 1 Mr. C. H. Walton at this place the first
7 i les lay afternoon in town.A was an event of last week.
of the week.Attention. bridal party entered the church, Mr.I into separate buildings and 'yards, and
iz .: Jno. C. Jones and Miss Sallie Hall and Cornish piano arrived last Friday for make all paupers become tenants and aid The Thursday half holiday feature, I
! ,'fI' is cal'ed to the new advertisement Mr. Fentress Davis and Miss Florence Judge Jones, and now Miss Annie; his what they could in caring for each other which has been so much enjoyed by It
I ,J, of Messrs. J. Korb & Co., of Vanlandingham" bridesmaids is have clerks and business men of St. Augustine '
: officiating as t laughter, giving it considerable: of her employ a superintendent to charge /;
E ./1:, Slaughterville, Ky., in another column of and groomsmen, leading. These ime.I: of the entire farm, and white and colored during the dull summer months for the

I ,:-f' THE STAR this week. were followed by the flower girls, the Rev. A. C. Sirdefield will hold divine women as matrons, and make them at. past three years, has very likely becomea t

:;: :.. .. Wonder who the next couple will t e little Misses Laura Penney and Leah !service at Georgiana Sunday morning tend to their duties. A superintendent thing of the past, owing to the lack of ,"

f 'W to get married?. Some of our knowing Josley, who scattered flowers profuselyup I next, June 17th. could be hired for $60 per month, he time, assent of two leading merchant, one _:'

li: !k 1 young society people. seem to think we the aisle as the bride and groom proceeded Capt. John Simonson is rebuilding the said, and women, nurses and matrons at ill the dry goods and the other in the grocery ,

wont have long to wait. to the altar. Here, directly undera j flat-bottom catboat formerly owned by i $20 per month, as needed, and let the trade.

I ; Mr. Louis Meyers, of Minis, has work floral horse shoe, suspended from an ]Fonda Reed.Archdeacon. I present county physician attend to them. The name of Hon. Robert' :\IcSamee' .
.J on the new addition being built to the arch of evergreens and flowers, the bridal This idea of the commissioner= was is being spoken of in connection with
. '., New Rockledge hotel, Rockledge. He party were met by Rev. J. E. :Mickler B. F. Brown will hold divine thought to be a good one, and may be national committeeman for Florida. Mr.

came and spent Sunday at home. who performed the ceremony in a brief service on Sunday, the l"th inst., in urged as a proper change.No McXamee is a splendid organizer, anda
f ; up but impressive manner that made them :>Marks church, Cocoa, at 10:30 a. in., one desires to embarrass or hum- man who has an extensive acquaintance -
''z... .We learn that )lr. Geo. W. Scobie will husband and wife. :and at St Gabriels church, Titusville, at iliate any one who is unfortunately poor all over the state. He is a red-hot
If ; Start up his fish business at this place A reception followed at the residence of i":30: p. m. and dependent by making them inmates, Bryanite and a tireless Democratic worker. -

.," "# again; a considerable number of his fish- the bride's parents which was largely Mr. Harry Roberts of Minis, left the and it is believed that this could be Mr. McXamee will probably haveno \
I .: .,,*; Mermen at Grant are to .return here and attended by friends of the contracting I early part of the week for a trip several avoided by arrangement; of rooms and opposition for this place.

f '.r fish. pal ties. Indian .River band made its 1 months abroad. He will go to England, the proper supervision of the commis

L Ji"',' f Mr. J. T. Davis arrived home from Sebastian appearance and treated the newlymarried his former home, and from there takes in sioners. The commissioners could give decided Four companies to attend of the the battalion state troops have. ,,

,::; ', ..' Wednesday to be present'at the couple to delightful music after the Paris exposition.The the farm personal attention by visits and to be held at St. Augustine encampment next

F *.. marriage of his daughter that evening. which the boys were "set up" to cake, notice in regard to keeping up inspection each month.As month, and it is expected that two
: :;>: He returns down the river again Satur- wine and cigars. 1 stock during the night time, as published one citizen said that some changewas companies will accept the invitation more as
Y; '. day. The wedding march this occasionwas demanded and it was the duty of
"' ; on I in TilE STAR lat week, has been changeda soon as they: hold meetings to consider
f.i' \ Mr. W. H. Harris, who has charge of rendered by1 rs. B. B. Pyles, of little so as only to include horses and commissioners to make it, as the present the subject. The committee in chargehas
I 4.-t the Fort Pierce branch of J. T. Price's this town. mules. The mild cows will not be im- plan, he said, was an inducement of some sufficient pledged for the t .

fish business, arrived home Wednesday The bride wore a gown of white Hen pounded.The to be charges on the county, and "I dare purpose, and the money encampment will cost
afternoon to spend a few days with his rietta cloth trimmed with white silk, steamer Canaveral which say,"he continued"some have never been the
: : was troops absolutely nothing, as the
fi -family. quilled ribbon and lace, the groom wore purchased by Capt. Ramsey a few weeks seen by the commissioners! nor do they merchants of St. Augustine will supplythe
'"' Mrs. F. J. Reid of St. Augustine was the conventional black. know their real condition, either in the
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" t i. >_ %. ago, having had the necessary repairs funds that the last legislature failedto
R .. 'among* the arrivals in town Wednesdayif Mr. Bayles has been located here most made, steamed down the river to Eau county hospital or outside of it." The provide.
: ,. ,. afternoon for a visit of several days to of the time for a year or more in the employ Gallie Sunday. The Canaveral will goon sentiment is for less expense in this line.

1l[. < ; her 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Xortyir of the F. E. C. railway. He has the Banana river mail route on July 1st. Jacksonville Metropolis.! The Coming Convention.
wood. made a host of friends in this section,
' I '* Mr. C. C. Cuitiss expects to leave Monday and is a most exemplary young man, The yawl rigged boat, Lauderdale, purchased Excursion Hates. In all probability the session of thecouveutiot
W t
I for a few days visit with his family well liked by all who meet him. The from the government by Mr. Geo. The Florida East Coast railway will next Tuesday, the 19th, will
t I in Jacksonville. During his absence his bride is the only daughter; of :Mr. and W. Scobie, arrived here last week fiom put on very low rates from nil of its sta- be exceedingly short. The conventionwill
Gilberts bar house of refuge, where some tions and junctional points to Miami for
position will be filled by Mrs. A. D. Mrs. J. T. Dawho, have resided here likely temporarily organize and ad-
necessary repairs were made by Mr. II. the occasion of the Fourth of July celebration -
for a number years past. She has, in join until next day. This will give the
Penney. W. Bes::cy, time yacht and launch builder. at that. place. Tickets will 1 be on committees chance
laid for fact, grown up from almost: a child: a to carry
has the keel
./ Capt. Peter Nelson Simonson is 2nd and ;rd and will be limitedto
Capt. making up a new spar sale July ; out the It is
1 among friends here, and has endeared program contemplated.
which the
Mr. E. F. Cooley's new yacht,
for this boat. Rates will be
July 8th to return. as said that two excursions trains for Pablo
herself to all of them so much by her
and down the coast
owner will cruise up modest and Mr. W. :M. Brown returned from his follows: will leave with the committees and dele-
Andrew FroscheMs genial disposition, loving,
in winter. Mr.
.' next unassuming ways on all occasions.Mr. trip north Wednesday night, having very: Jacksonville to St. Augustine, inclusive, gates at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, and
: assisting in work.
: .; and Mrs. Bayles have already commenced successfully! accomplished the purpose :*). remain on the beach finn hour and a
j. ...,. Several of our townsmen expect to go housekeeping, having seemed which he went for, the organization of a Hurds: to Oakside, inclusive, 4.50.; half, returning to Jacksonville at 6 _
; to Jacksonville next week to be present the furnished residence of Mr. J. D. larger company for the manufacture of Yelvington to New Smyrna, inclusive$4 o'clock.\ At S o'clock there will l he a

at the state convention. Jacksonville has Crabh, near :Main: street. We wish thema tanning liquor from palmetto. He stopped Hawks Park to Titusville! inclusive, "smoker," wlIchiIl be much enjoyed t

", t. prepared for a big time. All who go, del long life of happiness and prosperity.The in Jacksonville a couple of days.Messrs. $::1 50.Hardeeville. by the visitors. Jacksonville intends to

.' egates. or spectators, will be sure to enjoy presents were numerous and hand W. F. .JilJb and Thos. N. Decker I to :Micco inclusive, :6-:>. show its guests that her people are ,
:fr themselves. Roseland to Ft. Pierce, inclusive, :?.30.II the most hospitable the
among on globe.
some embracing a great variety of articlesfor with their better-halves made a tripto
!';.. ,. Mr. S. D. Geiger: arrived home Tuesday the table and household, a list of the ocean beach last Saturday afternoon II'ly,White City to West Jupiter, inclusive,

T.,". -afternoon from several months' stay in which we give below: and :spent the greater part of Sunday -' FOR GROCERIES, GRAIN AND
t+ Orange and Lake counties, where he has 1' West Palm Beach to Deertleld, inclusive HAY to Carroll & .
,%" Mr. and Mrs. Forest Baldwin, set silver at the seaside. Owing; to their inability : go Goldsmith's. ..
.- been interesting the orange growers ins knives and forks; :\11'. and Mrs. B. to locate the canal after dark tht''pentf.atul'llay \" $I.O. -- ---------- .:
I the McFarland tent. He returns for anew n'l I Points, on the A. & \\'. branch and COUUTKXAY. .
Pyles, salad dish; Mr. and Mrs. A. night anchored in Indianrivet .
;t '.* outfit and a short stay at home with Stewart, water set; Mr. and :Mrs. J. R. I not very far from the canal either Titiisville branch, including Sanford, $: 4. There are lots of ripe peaches on the ,
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Ii. his family.Mr. Walker, center table; Mr. and Mrs. \\.1 but soon reached the beach next morn- Iron Pipe and Fittings, 3-8 to 2 1-2 poor farm now. I

Edmund Simmons, of Cocoa, spent E. Goldsmith, mirror; Mr. and Mrs. ing. Ttey had about concluded to return I inch; black or galvanized. Write fox Daniel and Mrs.: Frank LaRoche and

*'/. a part of Tuesday and Wednesday in ford, cream setIrs.; C. Gould, cake i home at 11 o'clock, a m., when they I! prices. E. W. Amsden, Ormond, Fla. Mrs. Grant have been on the sick list, 'r
:** ... town, coming here to shoot off the tie stand; Mrs. F. A. Iio&ley, vases; MrJ.. met some friends on their way to the I but are better.
., that was made between himself and P. Goldsmith, perfume jar; Mrs. S. (. ,, beach amid then concluded to spend several I Kiirrel Factory.

V Messrs. D.B. Pritchard and L.C. Branning Vanlandingham, water pitcher; \I Ir. and I hours mor{'. They certainly enjoyed !II Titu-\iUe! will have a barrel factory. Frank LaRoche made a trip to \

.. f at Cocoa the lira of May. It was decidedby :Mrs. :M. S. Jones,, napkin; )11"1 the trip. j This will be appreciated by the fishermen ley last week, and says that is a rooll'J: J'J

'* a miss and out shoot, and Mr. Simmons and :Mrs. A. K. Wilson, rose jar; :\ b I, Tile delegates to the district i conferenceof : and shippers vegetables! as i it farming: locality.Mrs. !

won the prize. Salhe Grul>er, cream pitcher; :: ir. and tin .\. ::l. E. church arrived in large, frequently happens' that the supply i is John II. Sam has been very t"

Mr. T. B. Hicks, who has been con Mrs. A. I) Penney, berry dish; Mr. and numbeis Wednesday afternoon. Tin! 1 1ery short for shipping' purjmscs.' } Messrsj sick, but i.a little letter now. Ih'r

I needed with the tish firm of J. J. Tucker :\Ir \\". X. Hendry, set pie plates; Mr. cession commenced yesterday morning: j IE.1 B. Semhler and B. W. :\!mm mms1mav, of daughter, Mr*. Black! i is with her. .'sf 's

it Co., has launched out in the fish business anti )11':;:. W. Waddell, silver salt and ', and will continue four days. Mayor AD. ;( I'.datka, arrived here the latter part of Jack Thompson and bride and her ;

for him clr. The Tucker Bros. will pepper l shakes; J. C. Jones, fruit basket; I Penney delivered the address of welcome ., j last week for the purios|' of establishinga po'nent11': and 3l1':<. Dymock, of Inilianola -
B. H. Wilson & Son, bottle l of perfumery: 1! behalf of the at the barrel fadur ". have secured time,
also continue the business in the name o f!f on city evenintsession : : ) They attended the dance Saturday ,
J. J. Tucker. This i is a mutual agreement Mrs. J. B. Screven, vase and bottle p<.>rfiimery last night to a packed church;', i building formeily occupied by the night.:

-both parties using the same quay. ; I>. B. Pritchard, herrvdish" ; Mr i; which was responded} to by Rev. W. B, : Phu-nix Mills and will 1 be able l to put '
the old railroad wharf.t I and Mrs P. E. Puckett. card tray; Miss Fillix, of Palatka, on the part of tin! out from ;50 I to 75 barrelper day at the ll. J. Laltoche: and I Horace Sams dropjieii -
t terson Maiiiie Baldwin, silver cake knife M.\ I the hoe and t plow Thursday tow
; : local! chnrche Three !sessionsper day .start, and will increase the output a<: time
t )Ir. T. Anderson and bride returned ..I I Walsh, silver butter knife; ,J. M. Dixon, :are being held Both the addresses o.f'!'business will waruint it. They have atexcellent I I %rld the 1'an,1 hammer at Palm
t from their bridal tour Thursday of las 1 1j t i silver sugar shell; J. C. Hill, silver butter I I Beach.A .
:Mayor Penney and W. B. Killix wen : location fur receiving material[
hi I dish: Mrs. Kate Myers and I Miss Dai-y
called : ,
week, llr.Ander On being; to :,: Williams: water sit: Mi-! !Sallie Hall, most happily worded to t'rpateu,1 encourage carload lots: and also -hipping' by car.1 low "Price" photographer} ; } broughtup

duties as railroad agent;' at Stuart on account I center table; hisses Zandie and Kate: friendly feelings between th, load.: Fish dealeian l shipper{ fruit: the mail Monday night, important::

f of the large shipment of pineap Stewart fruit dishV.. E. Yanlanding-: : white and colored races. The conferenct i and vegetables! should patronize them,I business caused Charley to remain all
I pies now going forward. 311':!. .\n l'l'ol,I ham, set dinner plates; A. P. ( Jrnber, : undoubtedly been a joyful and beneficial '. u- they can save them money amid delay, night; at Merritt.We .
t; stopped off for a couple days stay will!I I fruit stand; Mis. Anna ConUing! pickle gatheiing: (here between the colored I I ;: :See advertisement on \\II't.!
her mother at LiGrange, proceeding 01:i I dish; Mr. and Mrs. \\". R. Walker, cake brethren of the I Daytona district, both re candidly advise young men to

, ,' to Stuart !Saturday. I stiiul; Miss Lilah Watts, pickle dish; ligiou-ly and "ocially. It is n.'I"apIJI"enl l New School Inilding never write jokefor publication, because !
Miss Florence Yanlandinghum \ w hen they actually want a wife oran
set berry ,
. and Sam Yanlandingham am I I The school board piojoesnIargin: < I' !
Ernest that the presiding bishop, Rt. Rev. J. AHandy .. : ; I
.. dishes; J. N. .\lIt'niln'r butter knife : : office, interested parties will ray:
Mrs. B. B. PyleIi- school! home well
-'time Pienv as a
Will McFailand, and hn ministers have energetically
shell\ R W. 'etIn'ak\
and "Oh lie
sugar : Joyner, : ,: is only trying to fool some
Florence Yanlandingham and ails Lilal I j m fast plates; A. B. Brown, lamp; )hiss undertaken the task of educatin;,, building a new horse for the (Onolidated body."
1 Watts paid a visit to the ocean beach tinS I I Josephine Brady, set s')up plates:; R. 1 K- their }people morally, religiously and socially di-tnct of Rockledge, Cocoa ami Dix,.
S tirst part of this week. While saiiinj Pyles dessert dishes; Frank Wiber! l set IK keep up with the times whicli }. I oil's, known by numiier as 4. 22 and -li;i We didn't mind :S. I). Holmes, the '

. in the lagoon the toast of their lioa t t I pie plates; J. T. Feaster, cake plate: W. i al-o evidenced by their niutto, "\\,e( i le-jiectively.' i Mr. :Sams seemplease..1 I't polite enumerator, inquiring if we had .
broke off near the throat block. The). II. Jones silver berry snon!! ; \\". L. (brown, Know No .\11':'." In the pursuit of thi:: 5 by the prompt action of the citizenRockledge -:: o f I children, or the gender of our cats ando

drifted in at Gtvt1 Hunt's landing: when. i''tea set: )hisses Aline and ]D.iiy Brady work in the local field! they hare a tire_ : and Cocoa, a* I.e suggested; t I poultry, but we were mad enough to sling tI'
. secured another Ixnit :lnd'nt 01 I' water t; K: E Knox, six napkin* and lesand indefatigable worker in the :. :-c\'t'ral.\f the citizen* that they confe our big; torn cat into hi- countenance
they pastor :
,. to the beach, i'l'l'lIllinlomby night; a t' (i six tablecloth towels;: Mr.J. and E. :Mickler MrK., brook l B."at'l"; Mrs.j ., here, lt'Y: ( J. Field.YOU with the board about the improvemen, t f\' when he had the nerve to ask if we had {

.., Scobie's old fish hou-e. An excitin,: j Terry, counterpane: F. i II I. Davis, six towels : of the schoolfor that district. It wil 1 I' a wife, after all the swvK "no, sirs: we re i'o
r GET THE VERY BEST EL- long ch.ri-hed plan of th, have received from the gentle sex.
." .' time and inoiuitoes a JeW. :| and dozen napkin; Willie lay Gould, carry a __
-- ---- 1 GIN BUTTER at ; Iniard and lit' of benefit tl h. --
cream pitcher: Winifred Walker, toothpick school i ;great
r W. J. CRAYFORD, Groceries an.I; bolder: II. 1':. Wooial! lamp; J. T. Carroll & Goldsmith's. the new district.: Cocoa, R ckledge aiv j 1! iental.tmnouucewent.n : j
Provisions. cor. Main and Washington I j Davis: book; Laura Penney, center piece: -- ----- Dixon's should: have 75 or more pupils i il[ Dr. F. II. Iloujiton, now at West i io

I .Titusville.I |1311'. and Mrs. :". W. Carroll. set tea To those who drink whiskey for pleacure :- the new -chool. Fort l'ien'phoulll als'r Palm leach, has instructed us to. say that !
i i : Mr. and Mrs. John Myeis, flowers : HARPER whi-key adds zest to ex he will be in Titusville in ,
, Dental Announcement.L. spoons who r'r have a legular: attendance of 75 or mon:!. July for a. tay ]
To those drink
I Hamp Green, table cover; .!ule .r.'I i tence. whiskey fni '
j 1. T. Daniel, D. D. S., of Cocoa, is nov c Knox; four towels; :I. F. Goldsmith, sil'ver !- i t.ealth'h: 1I.\1I'El: whiskey make s With a little! hearty COOl ration by th e of two or three week professionally before -
'" located temporarily at Jensen, and i is:; prepared I' pickle dish; Mr. and Mrs.:. F. I:. :; life worth !i\'irg. Sold! by IxKley & Mol;. citizens with the board tie st boo! wi!11 ( leaving; for the north to spend three !

to do all dental work. Stone, clock and six napkins. j I low, Titusville, Fla. : grow in size and \e.ulnl's.: or four month=. !r

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'," 4, < THE FLORIDA. STAR : FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1900.:

;- THE FLORIDA STAR Too Many of Them: : Democratic party, fixed the .basis

.;. ,. The following suggestion, taken representation on the vote for

fE ;,f:.::' Entered second-class at the postofflce mail at matter.Titusville as from Learning By Doing, is quiteas < state officers. This appeal to local &4KIN6A

;;.;,.. in instancesto pride, having won over many new
appropriate many
Ellis u. Wager, Editor and PublUhe ? comers, it soon became apparent PoWDERSQLuaELYE
parents as to teachers: .
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. There are teachers who need tobe that there was a shortage in the Ift.

=a' SUBSCRIPTION. 81.60 PER ANNUM; admonished that there is a congressional vote as compared to .
+' 75 CENTS FOB'SIX MONTHS. the .state vote in many 'of the
4 x. : wide difference,between entertaining Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
and number
Idvertitinff Rate Furnished on children and teaching them. southern a :

Application. of these counties, with one accord, KOMt8KIM6POWPCTCO.EWVOBIC.
Except, perhaps, as a temporary
(S Communications on lire topics, especial schoolroom adopted the plan of basing the
5.;. of local interest,are solicited. But the editor recreation or diversion, no Weather Report.
the Weekly
; reserves the right to condense them to Buit.K exercise is worth anything precinct representation on con- conclave Knights Pythias tickets will be
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: /, Brief items of neighborhood .news always unless it involves work. Many gressional vote. This action, like sold via Southern railway at one fare for r/.8.DIPABTMJBTT OF BUREAU AGBIC0ITUES:WEATHER : -

a&:\-f'" .' desired. and that of the state committee, had the round tripon dates above mentioned,
in the of
teachers misapplied statement temperaturesand
: Comparative
:.: ;' It must be clearly understood that neither kind- the desired effect, and the congres- final limit Sept. 5th. Twelve hours rainfall for the week ending Tuesday
:!# tt, THE STAR nor its editor is responsible ftopinions mischievous willingness of a quicker than any other line. Two daily Jane 12, 1900. ,
F i}.: expressed by correspondents.' ly disposition "help" the child into sional vote was thus pulled up ona trains through to Cincinnati. Through 1900 1899
line with the state vote. The has MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN
In This route DATE.
!K.' THIS would just'as mental atrophy. every sleepers twice a day. June 6. 81 72 86 76
: government foundation for these actionsof of
,:.. lesson, by suggestive word and only :; been selected by Florida delegation 7. 83 75 86 77
t,:; .? soon let their marines do the Boxers and all too ready ex- the various committees was Knights of Pythias. 8. 84 70 86 74

c' up but for one reason That question their inherent and discre- 9. 86 71 85 74
planation and illustration the power 10. 85 76 85 78
: is because we don't care to take the child of all tion to act for the general good of Truths Tersely Told. 11. 84 79 85 78
: possession of the Chinese empire deprives the and the resultant good Foley's Kidney Cure is a safe, sure remedy 12. 85 73 85 74
i --. mental initiative, and accustomshim party, for all kidney and bladder diseases. Total rainfall for the week..78 inch.
If" with 400,000,000 people, and thus to having all his thoughts has amply justified them; and Guaranteed, 50c. B. R. Wilson & Son. Departure from the normal rainfall for the

: ,_ declare a four million per cent. when at last it became apparentthat week minus .87 inch.
q, ready-made, and to being carriedover Departure from normal rainfall since Jan.
,' :-" dividend on the Philippine mis- all difficulties on a feather the profusion of local ambi- Trilby Plantation. 1st, 1900, plus 5.02( inches.HAL
take. pillow. This is no kindness, it is tion and bitterness of neighborhood We were at this delightful spot some Observer Weather Bureau.

the pride was pulling down the Jupiter, Fla., June 12, 1900.
which is wonder-
Demo- grave wrong, none ago; things have changed
THERE will be a few gold the old years
less a wrong because the child is county organization same fully. The Sebastian River Land Improvement Xo Right To Ugliness.

Ji-:v.' ::' crats who will neither These support will led to look upon it as a kindness. discretion was appealed to and the Co. has made some very fine I The woman who is lovely in face, form

F) McKinley nor Bryan. The time will come when he will same old power was wisely and improvements on the front facing the and temper will always have friends,

} /> be compelled to go to Porto Rico and when he will not beneficently exercised, and the beautiful Sebastian bay. They have but one who would be attractive must
know better
that will suit hundreds of choice ornamentaltrees If she is weak sickly
i :i for the conditions county organization was so en- planted keep her health. ,
: their fastidious fancies. There the remember with approval the "good and plants. We noticed several and all run down she will be nervous and
c' mental abled two years ago to fight tri- irritable. If she has constipation or
do at teacher" who was only a varieties of palms, Cedar tree wind breaks
Americans have nothing to umphantly against the strongest trouble her impure blood will
wet nurse. The really kind teacher have been planted the entire length of
:/ all and under the necessity blotches, skin eruptionsand
: are not it has ever had to the trees cause pimples,
is he or she who steadily stimulates enemy oppose. the grove; young orange are wretched Electrie
:':-.-' of taking an interest in affairs the child's activities and Again, the end justified the action.If bearing there will be a good crop next I Bitter a is the best medicine in the worldto

..1;.: : of the island.CIRCULARS.. early leads him to acquire a taste the policy be persisted in and year. The manager for the company regulate stomach, liver and kidneysand

I ,.., extended if need be, if Democrats keeps the groves in excellent condition; to purify the blood. It gives etrong
are being sent from for the pleasure that accompanieskeen : be reasonable and fraternal he is using a Morgan spading: harrow this nerve, bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin,
of the and effective brain-work. justin season; he says they are the best of its rich complexion. It will make a good

the political headquarters """V their dealings with each other, kind manufactured, and from our person- looking, charming woman of a run-down

parties offering to edit papers free Misdescribed who shall call a halt to their as- sonal observation we believe them to be. invalid. Only 50 cents at B. R. Wilson
until after the campaign. This Freight. & Son's drug store. 2
had the
cendancy? ,On our down-river trip we pleasure -

would appear to be a good time for Occasionally a case gets into the Second, as to the discrepancy be- of witnessing this machine do some

the editors to be fraternal and go courts, and thus before the public, tween the representation allowedto fine work. O. W.. CONNER,

non-partisan picnic ex- alleging a misdescription by the T. S. Drake, W. W. Bissell and II. II. --
away on the counties of this
respective Grower of Orange and Grape Fruit Trees
Todd three business of
cursions and summer tours while chipper of goods shipped, in orderto We prominent men I Both Budded and Grafted on Sour
district. that
are New Ilochelle, N. Y., are the owners of!
heads in the east expound secure a lower freight rate. But Orange and Rough Lemon Roots.
the great when the senatorial committee met this fine property. They contemplate I I Ocklawaha, Florida.To .
.': the issues to their readers, but we such cases that come to public attention this '
;- it was confronted with the fact that extensive improvements summer: I' our patrons and those contemplating planting

t'. notice that very few of them aredoing are rare. On the other hand, several new precincts had been madein Two artesian wells will give an ample I orange, grapefruit and lemon groves

,: it.ATTENTION. it is quite common to hear of complaints Thecommittee followed !:'upplyof water for irrigating purposes; on the east coast:

:;;.i. against the railroads and Dalecounty. we noticed a very fine variety of conifers We wish to announce that our grafted and
.. the example set in such cases on Messrs. Drake and Bissell's place. I budded trees promise fair to be much better
r is called by an ex- here is seldom a session of any than ever before and we would urge them
in both counties and gave each new They are being largely planted for wind
I to place their orders for trees before the fall
the Southern of in
change to the fact that state legislature or congress precinct a single yote until the break;t lie calistriss robusta makes a pretty I rush, and in that way be sure of getting exactly -

Express company applied two which there is not one or more bills next apportionment. When a new hedge, rapid growers, and attain a heightof i what they want both as to size and

in the federal court of introduced to correct or prevent 5 to 10 feet in one season. I variety.
years ago county is made this policy is pur- I We hare: full) line of orange and grapefruit .
the southern district of Georgiafor the alleged misdeeds of the rail- The manager of this company is well i trees, including Walters, Boen, Marsh
the roads. At the time thereis sued by law in the same way. known on the river, and certainly deserves -I Seedless, Jocylen, Triumph and Florida
an injunction preventing present Where is the sign of wrong in this? credit for the excellent re.-ults attained : Seedling Grapefruit; Parson Brown Ifomosassi -
railroad commission of Georgia being urged upon congress the i Pineapple. Seedless Majorca Jaffa,
hOlt time these lands.
other in
What course could be pur- so a on St. Maltese Madame
Ruby Michael Straight
from enforcing its order compel- necessity of modifying the interstate sued? We must bid Trilby, with its kind hori I: Vini Paper lihind, Tarditf and atlford'sI

the to aflix law in such man farewell. Mediterranean Oranges, and for novelties we
; ling express company commerce pitable i management, I
Third, as to the bargain that llre- I have the Tangerine. Satsuma, Kumquat,
the its receipts. This to give the interstate commerce TlIllEE YlSITOKS.: t.
stamp on ner as vard should have the senator this Washington Navel and Mandarin Oranges.Our .
injunction was granted by Judge commission more power over trees wi I be ready for delivery by the
time know of it. Therewas.
we first of September but we advise November
The circuit courtof railroads. Whedon cashier of the First
the Mr.V. S. ,
Emory Speer. nothing in the published i and December planting, as trees planted at
appeals, sitting at New Orleans, Meantime, while few cases of attempts I proceedings National Bank of Wintered, Iowa, in a that time, are in the best possible condition,
of the convention aboutit I
recent letter gives some experience with being perfectly dormant.
has reversed the Georgia court, on the part of shippers to It will to wait for stock, it
and the Dade county press knew in his employ, that will be of i pay you our as
a carpenter
thus sustaining the right of the secure lower rates by falsely: describ- :. is mostly on 5 year old :stock and by November -
nothing of it or said nothing of it value to other mechanics. He says: "I will be from 5 to 7 feet tall, and will
railroad commission to make and ng the goods: shipped come to public at the time. Who made it and how hall a carpenter working for me who was caliber from g to 1 inch in diameter and all

enforce its order. Here is a hint notice, the number shipments obliged to !stop work for several: days on our grafted trees will be fully branched and
was it authenticated? According more than equal to any two year bud in the
for the Florida railroad commis under false pretenses is very large account of being troubled with diarrhoea. state.

sion. The Railway Age oven to the standard: of our correspondents 1 I mentioned to him that I had been similarly Our grafts were all cut from bearing trees.
every year. says if a bargain was made it troubled and that Chamberlain's : and came out full of fruit first growth this
that during the year 1899 the inspectors spring and we have saved several specimensof
is void against the people, and THE Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy '
Falling Prices.It of the trunk lines doing fruit for exhibition to our visiting cus-
He bottle of it i
STAK agrees with them. Xo entan- hall cured me. bought a tomes

is not generally believed that Luim'from New York, Boston gling compacts between individuals from the druggist: i here and informed me I We invite correspondence and careful inspection -

this country is approaching a i Philadelphia to the west! discovered that one dose cured him, and he i is again; of our stock.
should tantl the of Yours truly.
period of business depression just 2:)ROOO, instances! in which against right at his work. For sale by b'. 1:. Wilson A- IUn. j, THE OCKLAWAHA very NUIRKKIES.O. ,
the people to continue a good servant I
: W. ('Omer
inisdescribed actual- 1'rop.
because there has been a fall in shippers goods in ollicc. .

the prices of iron, steel, lumber shipped, so as: to get lower rates --
Fourth, as to the justice of beating r- _
other IllOd i tit's. on them. This was only in the
and some rom
1 Dade on the principle of alter-
The manufacturers of these pro- vestbound: business for the three nation. Brevard has had :\le-r- HELP FOR YOUFor

ducts have realized for some time cities named As many as ), Sharpe, Williams) llanleeand Morrow sue ,
similar i instances of fraudulent bilking
that they were getting exorbitant :: -
in unbroken succession, while

prices, and that production would were found among shipments Dade has had one term for Dimick i honest treatment and a speedy cure writeor

overtake consumption sooner or from the western termini of the to Dr. J. Newton Hathaway whose
and it seems by our correspondents;, go
later. Consumers cannot continue ame roads. It I is quite apparent
was only allowed this much bv a +T great reputation is a sufficient guarantee of
therefore that the railroads are not all alone i
to pay boom prices: pro- trade under which the position- satisfactory results. Consultation; ;I mui Free.
in alleged wickedness in
ducers have been gradually lower- Connection -
should immediatelv revert to Bre-
ing their prices with the hope of with freights: and rates. Many licet( Po'[( Wl'ak Park
vard. This i may l 1'1' just j but we J'a.lI/ul.HllIi.

finding a place where consumption shippers are as willing and eager to cannot see it in that light. \rl'tlo tl'rrillh' eta::ta. I'rodIII'in, CUPIf'r-l'u"r.,1! I "nlt.! TIH, Frequent. Hlomly or Milky Urine;
would keep pace again with pro} hoodwink and defraud the roads as pots, on faro or bud I\. little ulcers on the ; :.!lfuu :llIlIal, of the II art, Lungs
the road take not believe that anybody I wants to tousue, in the mouth! ur throat falliui;out of I.i\'l'r and St ziia,h. aKo Catarrh, Kupture
duction. All the line the are to advantage of
along Brevard neither do we believe the hair or ,.y..llrllw".lll''ay of the dealt! or IMieutuatiMii Tiles, Fistula and all mood
feeling seems to prevail that aftera very loophole in the law to i increase 1111I1('''. completely and forever eradicatedt and Skin UI' in a morbid or inequitable n ,,'; the 110 of injurious drul:.;, h.u ill*; treatH; H" i-nriliii to the latent and best:
little time prices will[ settle on a their incomes. i liiethid hums to -'d,-tl .
standard of county pride. Senator the s}stem in a pure, strong and healthful i ni ; vience.Howe
normal basis and 1 that then a state. I ,
Dimick has able fair and I Treatment f deU'aliaJ7saue
Politics In : an or t'lIlar'dl"ill which -
Brevard and
long period of prosperity will fol I .
-onscrvative! man, true to the people lead to a complete lass of : (-''->.[u1. Write fur freelMjokjnst published and
We publish this week a letter sexual: power; aKo Ilyilroeele (;ouorrh');). .Symptom blank it you cuuuot Call.stet.Nnrturruldalll'rtvateandyeuerrti .
and the endorsement
low.As deserving J. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D.
a rule business is dull duringthe rom Mr. .1. P. of :
Cooper .
\vouchsafed by a renoininationand Piva-es lUll \Veakuuses of men quickly i Hr. lfathiWa S Co.
year of a presidential election.It esteemed friend of ours, and cured.Varicocele. 25 Bryan Street. .Savannah, Ga
his: can he may be that the contest: this yt'aris last: week we published a eomimmeatioii -
with the honor and I prosperity of
already having a bad eflect on from :Mr. B. F. Hardest}',
our county and in :!('(.'ord with
IHl ine':5. It i is not believed, however ebastian. These letters: especially Democratic I i* principles.ijil DRIFTINGlurll..IRO

that the fall that has taken the last
-namned, have a inenac- Unit's disease,

placein prices within the last two lug and intolerant tone. i.ravel or other

months has been brought! about by Let us analyze the questions Sl) '{' Hates via Southern Uy. kidney or bladder
is what thousands
the approaching presidential con raised by them in the light of reasOn I Half rates to Knnsi City Mo.-Ac- r .: who do not

test. It is probable that the Republicans :and see if the situation: warrants ount national I I'emorratic convuition..irkets a s h :.w it. You may be one of them.

would like to have the : the contention they have' will be sold via S mheni railway i :\rl"'uu lit k-ctrnp that backache,
on July 1st and I L'nd, with final limit 1 tired-out; feeling, dizziness or otherof
country believe that the revivingof made. First, take the matter of July Dili, inclusive. :SmtluTii railway .-\ mp,1il)( :kidney disorder ? The

the silver issue: is responsible for representation. This, in the very Ont'reh'c hours quicker time than :>:\iitt'iis! of kidney disease are

the falling oft" in the volume ol nature of things, is:; arbitrary. The any other line. 7 and ll"culiar-bafiling even to

business, and the fall in prices, but county committee i is the highest Half rates to Cincinnati, ( >., .July 10th, Pv Here is a simple and sure test

know that such is not of in 11th and<< 12th.-.ln: -t tII t natimml condition which}
the people source: authority party or- any one may try :
B. Y. 1'. I'. tirki'ts will be sold
the fact. The change that has ganization in the county. [In the : << x' >:rt ne a hottle! of urine fur twelve hour!
Southern railway at one fare for the If .. ;iinient or settling occurs it is a sure'lglI
taken place in the business: situation ame relation stands: the state executive round trip, final limit July Isth. Tii-k- of kiilncv ilisc.ise.

has not been brought about by committee to party organization 'tscan be extended to .\n"u..t, M: by depositing I-:::: Foley's Kidney Cure is absolutely
You risk.
guaranteed. run no See
politics, but by natural causes. in the state.: Years: ago ; with joint aent Cincinnati. j that you get Foley's, the guaranteedcure.

Just as soon as consumers are fully hen state supremacy was the This route is twelve honrs quicker than IT .

satisfied that prices are as low as hope of contention, the state com- any other line. Two daily trains. ()lli-
cial: route for Florida delegation.Half BANNER SALVE heals all hurts but Cupid's wounds.
they are likely to go, their demandfor mittee, to encourage the inclusionof rates to Detroit, Mich., AujrustMth :

supplies will be increased again. northern immigrants in the states ,2 33th and 2ith.; -Ac-count biennial 15. H. WILSON & oL :\.



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:M'KINLEY I [ OF f COURSE.[ McComas of Maryland Warren, and the assistant sergeants-at' -arms or ,

Clark of Wyoming, Hansbro gli andMcCumber doorkeepers will be tal;en from the SOCIETIES,ETC. Diamonds are no better

of North Dakota, Lodge of states of Pennsylvania or New Jersey TITUSVILLE BOABD OF TBADE-M. 8. for all purposes than the

!' w' 'Meeting of the Republican Convention Massachusetts,Simon of Oregon,Thurs- because the residents of those states Jones, president; J. M. Dixon, treasurer J.

ton of, Nebraska, ,Prltchard' of NorthCarolina will be afforded- an opportunity of at- G. Bast secretary. Meets second Wednes-' .

In Philadelphia and Penrose of Pennsylvania.This tending the convention which those day night in each month at their rooms.F. Genuine. .00

Special correspondence of The Florida Star._ ,is formidable list and comprisesa from other states will not have. The & A.M.-Indian River lodge, No. 90, holds

majority of the Republican senators. ushers will be selected from the churches its meetings the second and fourth Friday

PHILADELPHIA, June 12.-It'has been Governors of states and representatives and theaters of ,Philadelphia. The evenings of each month at the court house. -
S: : '28 years since a national convention for the are better A. A. Stewart, W.M.; F. A. Morgan, Sec'y. Bamos11j
in quite .a large number, will be arrangements press ;
was held in this city. Then, as now
present' also, though the senators 'will than have ever been made' at any national CHURCHES.gflSUOPAL d,
the Republicans assembled to renomi-
convention.The .
predominate. In nearly Instance Diamonds
nate a candidate who had been elected every CHUBCH.-Bev. B. F. Brown,
S, where senators are chosen they are the belief is general that the convention -. Rector. Services'second and fourth Sundaysin

S four years, before._ In 1872 there was head of their delegations. It Is'tlmost can finish all its business In three each month at 11 a. m. and 7:30p.m. We are the sole agents: In the United

.t. no doubt about the renomination ofTf certain ,that nearly every senator will days, but the probabilities are that it Sunday school every Sunday at 9:00 a. m. stone.States, for which these are marvellous the nearest Bemi-preclcna approach to

President Grant .nor was there any take a prominent, part in the proceed- will extend over until the fourth day. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Rev. John A. Genuine Diamonds ever discovered. For thepurpose
doubt then of his election. There Is This extension is 'a sort of benefit fot school 10 of introducing them quickly to the
ings, either as presiding officers, chair- Hughes, pastor. Sunday a. m.; we will forward either
much talk about history repeating it6EXATOI men of the delegations or members of the Philadelphia people. Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer \..
-- meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. You are
the committee on platform, and some invited to come. \tlIli//,5

of them will no doubt be selected for ,

Tetter, eczema and skin diseases yield BAPTIST CHURCH-Preaching at fitusville
quickly to the marvelous healingqua'lities second Sunday in each month,morning and

of Banner Salve made evening. Prayer meetings every Wednes-
from a -
eveni. at 70 o'clock. Sunday
day g
tion of skin of \
a specialist
z every Sunday at 9:45 a. m. Indianola on \ ;
25c. B. R. Wilson & Son. the fourth Sunday; LaGrange on the first

Sunday. E. N. BELL, Pastor -

The Good In Vegetables.
&KTHODIST C11UKCH.-Rev.J.E.Mickler: -b
Our bodies require a certain amountof Pastor. Services first and third Sundays in .

mineral matter or nourishing salts each month at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.; Sun-
,. day school each Sunday at 10 a. m.; Ep- 1
for health. Chalk, Iron, phosphorus, 3:30 13I
worth league every Sunday at p. m.;
,. natron, are all needed, and they are Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7:30 p.

I found in the best form in fresh vegetables m.; Ladies' Aid society meets each Wednesday J
at 3:00 p. m. Everybody welcome.
and fruits. Lettuce is one of the

most important of all, for it aids the TOWN PIKECTORY. j

I cleansing of the blood and refreshesthe TOWN OFFICERS D. Penney, mayor; *
:M. S. Jones Jr., marshal and tax collector;
vJ entire It should ..:: .:
organism. not be C. S. Schuyler clerk and treasurer John :: ::: ;jJ

used with, too much vinegar to obtain Henry, assessor; D. L. Gaulden. F. A. Los- :::: <'

the greatest benefit. Sorrel and spinach ley, J.M. Dixon, W. R. Knox, Jno. R. Wal-
ker, councilmen. The council meets first 11\\\J\
+ are to be highly recommended for Tuesday in each month. /J\\' .

enriching the blood especially in cases
of :ln mia. It should be noted that ,

sorrel and spinach ought;: not to be covered COUNTY OFFICERS.-D. L.Gaulden.Titus- ( or Drops, at
ville, county judge; )[. Goldsmith, Titus-
t while cooking, as otherwise the ville, prosecuting attorney; A. A. Stewart CUR GUAPANTfE

., / JM1SENATOR poisonous matter in the leaves cannot Titusville, clerk circuit court; J. F. Woot- These stones are 4

\ escape. The value of asparagus IS en,Cocoa tax assessor E.W.Hall,Sharpen $ guaranteed to retain -
M_ blood tax collector: John Henry, Titusville, 0 0 their lustre
purifier agent acting on the
J. 11. Sams Courtenay, snperin-
LODGE. treasurer; forever; the mountIngs -
:;" '- kidneys is well known. Beans shouldbe tendent public instruction; J. 0. Fries, Ti

h :. self, and the Republicans who have eaten only when young, as when tusville, county surveyor; J. P. Brown, Ti -,., are heavy

y .-;'." been preparing this convention claim they are old they are difficult to di tusville, sheriff; T. J. Cock shutt, LaGrange, EACH are rolled warranted plate, and for

?. :, to be as confident of the re-election of gest. The importance of mixing vegetables registration officer. ; five years.

|t .- President McKinley, who Is to be re- with the meat eaten is not the COUNTY COM IISSIONERS.-J R. Walker,
Per Pair.
':":' ,: nominated here next week, unless all WOLCOTT. least important part in the use of the Titusville,chairman;W.H.Sharpe, Sharpt'sjJos. ; Earrings Are $2
service the national committee" r Mendel LaGrange Jno. Houston, Eau
G;;; fail those Republicans on ;
signs as were
latter. They aid the digestion even of SPECIAL CAUTION :
Gallic J. N. Waller, Ankona. Regular sessions -
:i:':-. who named Grant 28 years ago. A few the next four years. Of couve the meat. Apples are very rich in iron are; held first Tuesday in each month. Do not confound Genuine Barrios Diamonds -

k[ men-not many, however-who were senators know how conventions are with so-t'alled Rhinestones White
:: as are all of the fruits and vegetablesthat
other imitation stone, regardless
generally equippedfor SCHOOL BOARD.-J. M. Dixon. Topaz, or
will conducted rid are COUNTY
k( delegates to the convention in 1S72 Barrios
have any red coloring matter.Beets what name may
S. F. Gibbs Melbourne, R. E.
'J be in this convention and serve the work that is to be done. Most Titusville; Diamonds hate no'artificial backing, are
good talkers, and more when young and tender are excellent Minis Bonaventure. equal to real diamonds < looks and wear,
of them
es delegates. Ex-Governor Kellogg of and it is said that black cur- and will cut glass, This ofTer will last only a
Louisiana is one, and It seems to me than half of those mentioned will no short time longer, and is subject to with-
rants are a cure for an mia in its earlier drawal without notice.
that there are some others of the convention doubt be hoard before the convention stages.All Florida! MAIL ORDERS.
of long ago. A Beautiful Brilliant, Genuine Barrios
The city is putting on its convention This much I is known: Senator Ilauna, who suffer from pile will be glad to Central i Peninsular Diamond mounted in a heavy ring, pin or

dress and convention manners. Bunt- chairman of the national committee learn that IeWilt's Witch Hazel :Salve stud, will be sent to alladd're.s on receiptof
Dollar. In ordering, full directions -
One give
will call the convention to order and will give them I instant and permanent re-
ing Is being displayed, and decorationsare and state whether small, medium or
hotel look- make a short speech. He can make avery lief. It will e ire eczema and all kin dig. blind. tar stone is desirMl.t.tM1LLh .
hung;: up. The men are ( !si\t\IU: the Prima Donna
occasions but it is cas-e:?. I't'ware of eounteifeits. IJ. It. Wilson
good on .
'. ing cheerfully expectant and at the -- -- of the Walter Damned Opera C > writes:
not the custom of the chairman to deliver & Son. ... "Barrios Diamonds are lustrous and full of
J'- same time somewhat apprehensive as Unexcelled Sl'f\-it'e from Florida fire. They are magnificent:! substitutes for
'E, to the capacity of their houses. At :1 long address. name For Ornnnieiit to all points .. .. .. .. genuine diamonds Tor stage purpose."
;: Senator \VOl('att as temporary chairman Only. CAMILLE SEYGARD.
this time there are so few of "
CtKRIC GtY, of George Edwardes's InTown"
who will make the conventionhall That ultra fashionable mystery knownas North East and West.
the advance guard here that those who Company, :
ring: with a flood of oratory. Easily the "French roll" which stretches h While placing on the road I found BarriO
.. are early birds have their choice of ac Two trains daily between TAMPA, Diamonds objects of great beauty and usefulness -
across the head of so beds in
of the mot graceful speakers of many
commodations. The members of the one JACKSONVILLE, SAVANNAH and ," CARRIE GAY.

national committee present and a number the country, with a voice of tremendous dainty feminine apartments nowadays COLUMBIA, carrying: Pullman DrawingRoom Money promptly refunded if goods are

carrying power, well modulated Sleeping Cars. rannetting at CO n.t as represented.
of newspaper men and the others LIBI.with; sleepers forWASHINGTON
and musical Senator Wolcott will give:
who are actually obliged;: to be here arehaving I I s Beware of Imitators .J.
tbv convention an opening !speech"
things their own way. Thereare Address Mail Orders to
which wi11 l>e all that can be desired.; BALTIMORE
of course the people who have
Wolcott was last heard in INK.1: at Minneapolis PHILADELPHIA
., been sent on ahead to prepare the when he placed Blaine in antI NEW YORK. The Pomona M'fg. Cot,
headquarters and arrange for the reception I 4j

of the different delegations. nomination. Also with CINCINNATI 1I'I".r'ia 11.51\ Broadway,

Senator Lodge, who is slated for per- f >s ASH E VILLE."Dixie SEW YORK.Thousands .
All national conventions are interesting
mat.eiit chairman, will deliver anotherr % l lf --- --- -----
but those1I,1'{ there is no contest ,
I : and where the main events can be Q a I lir+rr 1,
a Flyer" Car FERYSSEEDS :
accurately forecasted months in advance Through Route:between Sleeping

are comparatively tame. It is JACKSONVILLE and ST. LOUIS

the convention where the nominee for 1T//,; ,,. via :

president cannot be foretold until the Lake City, )1:1111I.tlallta., _. .
Chattanooga and Nash\'ille,
,, I
last ballot that excite great: interest.

And we have not had many of that F yh'lla tt, Making iT.nnections for KANSAS CITY, '

kind 1:11 P 1The last convention: in s CHICAGO and all ,)points in ersdt'pendoh Ferry ofgardt'n sSeeds

Chicago; was: the best in that particular. the llurthw( t. every year and never ,suffer
i THE FRENCH KOLL. disappointment. Cheap hutaitutea
In 1SSS at St. Louis and again (rjfsf lis think substi- Through st- 'ping-car service bring loss, -
not. as many persons a II'tWt''ll.Tatk-1 not pa>ins:'; crops
in IS'.il! :! at Chicago Cleveland was an $ %, made of sonville and New Orleans via It pays to pa>' a I little more for
tute for pillows. but pasteboard .
tion and nsacul.i. : SFa | .v Fuecentiperpaijer"
easy i ttess. There was some little contention tr coeredvilh some pretty mate- I everywhere, and always worth It.
o\er the platform and the vicepresidency Always the Best. 1900 Seed Annual free
4 t'ial. which i is tied or Knotted loosely at Full inforiKiitiouon application to any agent ,
but did workedup D. M. FERRY & CO., DETROIT, MICH.
we not get : \bed "fthit'nllillUY. i
the ends. It is reiuoxed before the
to a fever pitch as in the RepubT is used and is purely ornamental.Iy A.O. :MuI)oN\Ki.L.: L. A. Slice I.-\S, I

T 1U contention of 1SSS, when one --------- -- (i'II'll'a I :". Agt. ,As't (M,u'l I I..!....".'. Agt. I![

newspaper man ;guessed HaITi on a 1 fi 'fr ra ,. ;pui-oninr, poi-c,rl wounds and all -----.-- -- ---I I To PATENT Good Ideas

few days before it met and was laughed : other accidental injniio may be quickh CA.STORIA. .
l I
at l.y the whole crowd. At Minneapolis fined bv IIMIU: I eVitt'Witdi IIaelS.ilxe. Bears tie _j)The Kind You Hale Always Bought I j our may aiu be.secured Address by,

in lS'.I:!. while there was a contest It i KuKoaoeitain runfi r pile* Signature A THE PATENT RECORD,

and Blaine! plumes waved for the .\1),1kill di"(an-. Take no other. 15 I I'Iboll II:. cf Baitimore, Md.
\\ it Son. SubscrIption Tilt Pat"U' Record Sl.uo per annum
last time the nomination of IIarrison

was "ti ndwII." SENAIOU t'Olt.\Ktl
('nmpurntity A\','h;li.s of 11ft.".
The Republicans now come to Philadelphia Speech, but his efforti ibe\\ confined
The axera:':c silk hat, size 7'.1.'t'.. ul;li" "I
with a candidate chosen and a mote particulaily to the issues anIIII-\ \ i five ounces; flu. average still dl'l'lIY, ; .

'. platform practically 11 1:1 Ih'. The vice ici l'sIf the !Kcpublicaiis- keynoteof of the :ame 4-ize weighs 41 j ounces; the. ,vJ:
presidency will go to the man who is the camp/iiun.' ; Senator 1'oraker will average straw hat IIf the same size M- ALL THE GOLD -

most strongly;: indicated by the admin be heard as chairman of the committee weighs :2 4 utiuce>.-Halt iluure Ameri > ; -"

istration. So there is not so very much on resolutions and also in a speech can. IN KLONDIKE .

to anticipate in the way of t'XC'jtl'lUl'lItex'ellt seconding: Mi-Kinley's nomination. Senator ;(1 Ff

oratory anll the shouting time l epeand Governor Hooscvelt Catarrh annot !><* Cored ; Mlild !l'oll' n t n tK r Glrir'

marching of the campaign club the both slated fur \, '' car..fllih crud errl i r ,tirrnstriiittci
*. are
; speeches either on with local applications: as they cmiiol null; I ,\.u.. -" .:'-} 11 mun' 1II.l!It I-
playing of the bands and the general: the president or vice president Senator the ;;1':1101' the disease. Cut.inli i-a i l hlolltl l l m i 1 -' '.:-.r' liCfnlly ill..;aie.t ,\11 :,

jollification of the crowds who come 1'hur5ton whose voice can Penetrate I."II"tilntiollall1i-'a"'I', ami in order! to '--un it ,;...' than iyu> in<"10''
you must take internal 'diehaiI'i
nni -
here for a good: time. "Cut and dried" nook lnrller
; every am of the convention Cure is taken internallv and l arts illreetly i- itY'lit'

you may ay('*, no doubt; but it will hall and Senator fatter, whois on the bltMid and IIHI:'''IIS MM'(.HI**., ) "

be a convention just the same, and one of the forceful and J pleasingspeakers Hall's Catanh 'ure is nut a 'IlIat.k umbeimIt \ ', n' <7'\ \0\ \ -...,.,--..,-.'
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with all the enthusiasm of the crowd i?I : of the senate, will be heard in was preseril l by one of tlit In s| ]pll3i- '." I J \\VVA\V\ l \\\' \. \ -.' \ ., -
mm in this country for years ami is a I'I'U- L .
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who will come here, crowds that will the seconding speeches. In fact there lar : ;; ; .- -- '
prescription. It i is ii'ini' -ed <.f l tin 1.1tlIIII'S :
cheer as much march :is otteii and will be a Hood of oratory, and perhaps known conihinedilli the hstpurifiers I.let/III ;: BICYCLES 'I .

drink :as regularly as if the nomination men of whomu- now know nothing; / acting ilirritly the ni.icousiir- (; I''
f.ices. 1 :1: tut OJ .I :t utrti
Theperfectcooibinationntlirttvoin- ) ;:" )4ar
was in doubt, crowds that always,; jell will dc\elop into eomcntion spellbind
sjndient'5 ii what h It|
pro..IIIIT s siji i w"ni 'iluilesults
for whomspe\er i i.> successful and who ers. in ('urillPI'ararrh. "N t'11'1 I t l"i. t<.stuuoniaK i \ PRICE $40I

know as little about what is ;going ou Tew conventions hate been held fret-

in the way of real manipulation as the where the !preparations so complete "'. J. CHKXF.VI\.CO.: Props Toltdo 0 I \. 'iI
!s-ol.l Joy druftsista. ;.'"- I I I There are \hrels win'M
man in the 1110111. thus far in advance of the com hall Family piiK pnc an tin ,lut.CA.STORI.EIL.. I I .1 are h i g hf'r priced b.:

There has not been a contention volition ruulimg together.; The last I, i'J I \ \ S :5 economical cut enetriI I
: ; manufacturing and -.litris 1!
held in recent jcars where will be seen meeting of the subcommittee of the I 1\ ,,i !, ii' .ihodi halt "i ni' tn

so ninny senators as are to attend this national committee hawing charge; of Bears the The Kind Ycu Hate\ Alaays BoughtSignature S r R'lIIbler pr:' p-iLh! '
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{'IJD n'n tioll. Democratic senators were the arrangements has JIM been held "for the best Ramblers ever built"itaotbler

quite numerous at the contention ntChica and it was found that everything is in of ... \\e a>lc ,von i. 'I". and ..-<

...i four years ago but this convention splendid shape. The conxention hall I' -tl"am i -, ",.nt. B-It'>klei"JtST 'iorecj '
beat them all in this respt-ct.) which was one of the exposition build it AbkE.

Among them are Hanna and Foraker Ins, has been transformed into s. vast PARKER'S
of Ohio. 1'latt cud })rllew of New York auditorium which will seat about 14.- Cleanse and U-aut.hes the hair.

Fairbanks and Keveridge of Indiana. CXH people. Resides these there will ___ Never Promotes Fails a laiuriaot to Best Gray Ik----- -

Davis and Nelson Minnesota, Wol- be I.1MO: assistant ser.ueantatarms' ? Hair to its,.,Youthful Color.
Curei snap: d aces it hair fallwg.
cott of Colorado, Sewell of New Jersey, SOU doorkeepers and oUO Ushers, who frig,and(1 mat Urogl1ioU B. WAGER, Agent, Titusville, Fla.


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Hartmann: .are" similar to .those in .thl 1 1 "'f'I

WIRESOVERCUBA country. First he would have his men :...........................;.. .....:. :
"trocha" 400 wldi / The of .Habits s i
cut a about feet, | Lamp Steady |

_- through the forests. .Large, strong
I. I 1 PEACE f LAST. 1 ,
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'gf 1 Tint CUu Telegraph Service.Throughout poles would then be set along the,middle The lamp that doesn't flare up or smoke, or cause j

..-' The Island. of the clearing. The next step was '. .. you to use Dad language the lamp that looks good j

:., the fixing In position of the crossbarf ..0............1..i.........1.1.e.11...:.'.: when you get it ana stays good; the lamp thou '- '!
i Special correspondence of The.Florida Star.SANTIAGO and insulators. "Every town of tL< ... . never willingly part with,once you have it; ". :

: ','., DE CUBA, June'5.-Not,the'k' slightest 'concern,'" said Captain Hart Pearl Aubigne tripped gayly into the Cftetlew Rod' sttr. : I
I : : least benefits "in two has
of the conferred on the mann, my provinces now parlor whip in hand the ,trap of ner r
! it.,,? complete te\ rraphlc and telephonic fa '
Island of Cuba by American rule Is the M
riding habit thrown her Other offered .
across arm lamps maybe you as just as good
:;;:j: superb communicatory, system which cilities. FREDERICK R. TOOUBS. and the scarlet'' plumes' in her hat vy- -they may be, in some respects, but for all around /- ,3'goodness
note there's only one. To make sure the lamp _
Y-_', taps every center of population Minister Wu Ting Fang. ing with the color in her cheeks. offered you is genuine,look for the name on it; every

.." .': within its boundaries. The, signal' corps The Chinese minister and his wife "So you have made up your mind to New Rochester lamp has it

, =.r, : of the United States army continued are fond of,rising early in the morningand stay at home, Percy. Well what 8 se We make oil stoves too, just as good as the lamps; "

,'> Its work after the signing of the peace exploring the outskirts of Wash thing it Is to be about entering the ministry in fact, anything in oil or gas fixtures. x
:" : protocol in August, 1S98, and today the ington. Often during pleasant days !" .Jf..z THE ROCHESTER LAMP Co.,

-. I evidences of its thorough and well directed ur.-and Mrs. Wu Ting Fang and lIrs.I "You are mistaken Pearl. Enteringthe
I E 38 Park Place and 33. Barclay St., New York.
_: methods may ba seen on all ministry debars no man from taking : t I I I I' ,

, < sides. From the ashes of confusion have healthful enjoyment; but, you ,

-' :- risen phenixes in the shape of telegraph know, where" Albert Delmar goes I ,..
cannot go.
i .;-, and telephone lines hundreds
,l3: ., "Oh, of course, you are too good to
! .- of miles to every point of the compass, mix with the earth earthy," and Pearl UTHERN A Y

built substantially and controlled by tossed her 'lead and set her plumes iRAILW

: : -:' skilled operators. 4 waving. "Albert Delmar doesn't set
,- The problem confronting the government himself up for a saint, and I like him."

/ i "Pcfiri that man's fair face has in-
engineers when forming their iI ,

fatuated you. I tell you he is not a fit CJ DIRECT LIRE-QUICK TIME c) i

j 4 associate for a pure woman. You are a -TO-

warm hearted, Inpulsive i girl Pear, WASHINGTON ATLANTA, .
and Albert Delmar knows It, and, markme ,

if you do not open your eyes to the BALTIMORE, BIRMINGHAM

,I, truth now, some day the glamour will PHILADELPHIA, MEMPHIS, t

fall away, and-and-Pearl, it will be NEW YORK, CHATTANOOGA, .'
too late."
\ ,
I 'INw+ Her southern blood was thoroughly ,

roused. The flame on her cheek grew LOUISVILLE, KANSAS CITY, .

, brighter, and her dark eyes dilated. and All Points East and West. j

"How dare you speak in that mannerto '
me, sir? I'm my own mistress. 1 belong NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS J

to myself, and you have no rightto SERVICE LIKE THIS --. : :

interfere with me. Albert Delmar is
as good as you, sir, and you are only ,
I jealous. Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.

I 1' "Oh Pearl Pearl! cried the E i
( ___' man in a voice of agony. Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.
t She took her place! by the side of Albert
Delmar, the handsomest cavalierof ,

I Initiatory plans was one fraught with them all. Once she caught a glimpseof Via Jesup. '
seemingly insurmountable difficulties. a white face in the wiuc.low-tl1:1t f
Yung Kwai way be encountered about THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS
They had absolutely no foundation to !haunted her so often in the years that ,
.. 6 o'clock in the morning pattering along Via Jesup.
work upon. The then existing ,lines the asphalt pavement of Connecticut followed.It .
were connected with but a few of the avenue on their way home to break was night. Percy Austin sat alonein Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-Room Sleep- ,

. more important cities, and the equipment fast. The ladies are generally dressedIn his study. His head! was bowed as if ing Cars, Through Coaches, Elegant Dining Cars. i
in and
deep thought, judging from the
was crude In the extreme. Even ( blue silk blouses reaching just below -
these meager accommodations had their knees and wide black silk expression on his countenance, his Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and 1

trousers similar to those by Mr.Wu. thoughts were very: painful.! The doorol'nl'd :
Cincinnati 0. via Asheville N. C. and Knoxville
been rendered useless bj the different softly and a light footstep ,
The latter costume differs only
military forces desirous of keeping crossed the room. through "THE LAND OF THE SKY."
1 I I in that his blouse is of black insteadof
their without No delay looked and him
opponents news. Percy up before in
blue silk and that he the little
Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated 4:
was made in stationing men and black skullcap with the red button on the firelight stood Pearl Aubigne, a
he would with him his in connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville.
supplies at every place of vantage with top. while the women have no covering picture carry to i

orders to push forward through the on their heads except the closely bound dying day."Pearl ". Summer Excursion Tickets, at very low rates, '
wilds and wastes planting poles and crop of luxurious black hair. Mrs. Wu was all Percy could say.

; stringing wires.Probably carries a minute black silk parasol toward "Oh. Percy, can you forgive me?" on sale June 1 to Oct. 31, 1900.For jl

the best work in bringingthe off the morning sun. Mr. Wu And she fell on her knees before him. Hates, Schedules and Information call on or address

inhabitants of the "Pearl of the pushes a little wheeled chair similar in "Rise. Pearl! You know I could forgive W. '1'. COS BY. T. p A.,

I Antilles" In closer touch with each other all respects to a baby's perambulator.This you anything""Let 212 West nay Street, Jacksonville, 4'

has been done by Captain Carl F. is for the convenience of the la me kneel here a little while lon RANDALL CLIFTON, bUtrirt Passenger Agent, Savannah, Ga. ,

llartmauu. chief signal officer of the dies when they weary of walking, for ger. I will never try your patience .I J, M. (TLP, \\'. A. 'ITKK, S. II. HARD WICK, j

provinces of Santiago de Cuba and they cannot go far with their microscopic :lain Percy. Tell me once more you Traffic Manager, (;t'll. Pass. Agt., Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt., I

Puerto Principe. Captain llartmauu is feet In fact. Mrs. Wu has the can forgive: anything I do. Remember, Washington, I), C. Washington, D. C. Atlanta, Ga. \

a Jerseynsau. He is possessed of a cool appl'mlllt'l'"llt'n walking of wearingstilts. you said anything Percy!" And Pearl
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head and a quickly acting brain. The The shoe is scarcely more than bowed her head on his knee.;; ,

of the three inches the bottom and "Pearl what ails you? Why do you
placing of the greater part trop long on ,
ical island in his jurisdiction pro.vd a her gait may properly be called mine- talk so wildly? Why should not I forslve IntligBstion 1 TRY 1

wise move on the part of Colonel S. M.Vhitside Ins. JOU 'ou, my darling Pearl that > "
I love better than life it'E'ln""Xo. ; :
\ on whose staff was the signal '/

otlicer. The captain had his headquarters BACKACHE should never be 11)1'1) no; don't say that!" And Pearl -- :HL tJ J JX1

in the seaport capital of his wl. It meant kidney disorder, which, if rose with a shiver. "Only say, 'What- -'' /

territory. In a short time he was forcing allimeil to run too long, will result inHrisrhtV ever happens Pearl, I will forgive ?;. '1b'O \\ t "'= .

a roadway through morass and disease, diabetes or other seri'ns: you: : \ .

thicket westward from Santiago. The and often fatal complaints Folej'b Kidney "Whatever happen, Pearl, I will forgive : }1".! w t) I
Cure N pinratittvd for kidney li--; 'ou'" repeated Percy. And the ,. 'MaalaNl The world Frrrrt: Tc ric
Santa Clara circuit met him at tin- 01 tier. I). li. Wilson & Son. : !
Puerto Principe border, compleling; a next moment he was alone. f FOR CODY AND e AIN ;

stretch of SIN) miles which carried a Next morning! Percy awoke from a ,
Good "Words For Darn Foula.
Since I SfI'. Kndorsed by Medical icultv
troubled find the house in
sleep agreat
continuous wire through Piuar del Kio It is quite 1)Ofibllthou h of course
efficacious cgn-enble
commotion. immediate
to Havana. I.y extraordinary l'Xl.tiolll'a not demonstrable, that the humble
Pearl .\uhi had with Albert
ne eloped
Ilt:1iu llartmauu established branch chuckle bain fowl has been a larger I REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. FOR SALE BY ALL DKUOttlblS.
offices sling the northern coast line benefactor of our race than any mechanical ,f+
Three passed In a small, -- ---
:l1lll'n'n pl'Ul'tmh'll1':1st to the shoresof i invention in our possession: years away. 1
poorly furnished apartment sat a careworn
\\l11lhnl1'll passage to install tin for there is no inhabited country onearth haTe used Rlpanl Triulea with to much satla I have been a great sufferer from conitlpato>
clicking;: keyboard and the guita percha today where the barn fowl is not youn-j mother, roddu to and fro, faction that I call ch 'erlully refoiunt'uJ ti.cic. foroterfi years. Nut, ..Ing give me any reUet. I, I
with a djing babe clasped to her Bate been troubled fur a. )ut three y care with 31y f.-t u.a legs an 1 abdomen were bloated .0
cased tiansmitter. n mainstay of health. There are vast what I called bilious attacks c>>minp on regularly' I could nut wear sloeon icy oct and only a loci :
The war depaitmciit recognizing; region of :South America and Kuropi breast. In this young woman one once a week. Wag toll by rt nt P.IJTMI: dress. I saw Kipaua Tabules: advertised In OU1 .
would scarcely m-o-nize.; the beautiful that It was caused ty boil teeth of which I 'lad dilly paper bouJit some and took them as directed. ;
Captain Hartmanu's executive ability, where it i N the mainstay, and nowheie general. I had the tite'b extracted bat the a:- Have taken them about three weeks and titers
recently ordered him to report to Washington i is there known anything that can take Peail Auhjguc of three years ago, and tacks continued. I had s"en adTrr'ist'inents of I U MIli a change! I a-n not con't'j! ated any more
jet it was -hr.Ni'yh kijiai.g Tabulen In ail the papers rut had no faith and I owe It ml to P.ipans Tabules. lam thirty-
and await hurt lice instructions !its place which is probably! more than In them but about nix weeks: since! a frit-nd induced seven years old, have no occupation, only my
from ( hlll'mlr.. lively.: The (Il"lal.tml'nt's can he :1itlI1r anythtg in the world ofiueehanics.Ernest a year since her husband; was me to try them. Have taken but two of the household duties ai.d turalEg my sick hu,band. i'1 1He
laid in a dishonored; grave. but she felt small 5 cent boxes of the Tabules and have halnoreeurreuceIfheaitnekao has had the dropsy and I am trying KlpansTaimles
} idea is to place him in command Seton-Thomp in Have ne erpiv atestimonial fur Mm. lie feels dome better but it will
no at his 1 ) But alas, it was
pity as
of a company which will duplicate Century.Hail. ss. for aujthliv; before, bat the great take some time, lie has been ,:.'k; solo:g. Tom 1
Percy Austin told her. :She opened her amount of good which I hpllet has been done me may u.e my letter and ramp y'>u like. IMfi.
his Cuban success in ('itlll'rIlsid ----- eves when it \\':1tOil !:te. by Rlpans: Tabules Induct m* to add mine to the .ilifei UOBXAJ CLABSI. ,,
or the Philippines. Kl.Inej Din-M 4i7Vaic.. many testimonials juu iluuUlejjs: have In your
IV.irl had \been kiveling ftr sometime possession DOW A.T.DsWrrr. I hare been suTerlng from headaches e'.et !
On the of the captain's' departurefor
)1 I r. when some one entered the room since I Wall a little ilrL I could never ride In s
the United :States on board the ill! writes*: "'l tICV's l Kidney i One I want to Inform car or g<>into a crowaeapUce ;
and the you
crossing bedside
transputt MePherson he talked briefly is meeting with \\onileiful :siuce It has OUT to gently In words of highest !i!', + l,' +!!, + without getting a

about his Not only was cured ras here that phyiiian4pronounced : laid his hand upon her head. praise, of the brurilt 4; 4 beadacheandsickatmyI .
experiences MHJIH I I I. Btomacb. I heard about .
, from ; + I
"Poor, cm-lied mother look Let bate .
: "hut incurable! I in\-elf am ableto up ": ;, Rlpan Tabules from an
the climate a handicap. said he, I Rlpans Tabules I am a R'-P-A'v .s
itself to be testify to its merits. Mv lace t-- theerj country appeared ..
; whom ihaMencth.." In this a clear :t taking them for catarrh
li'lllg'"kln't' of health and Fiit.y'sKidney ) profession u.CJ
a -
in u combination ti) thwart and dispelall head U always fP4'ded.'g; I oJ ofthestomach. She bail
Care hay made it MH-li. I bad Slowly Pearl raKed her head, slowlyshe 'Jo found such relief from
Tubules does It.
and thicket R1)one
ideas of rapiditjForests -ulleied 1 twenty-!-('\'enear> witli the iiiae -- lool.ttlu\\ the speaker I.ttl'r"ne of my cases Ifound ,: .J The modern standard .. their >>he aJv.seJ me
,, rivers and brooks, washouts and t) to take them too, and I
self ml.letl'ly'
(' and today 1 feel tenears joiuip"than ".\h. I knew being mv c I
wa only one G: : 9 havo been doing so sine*
rock lined ravines were encountered in I did one year a:! i, I ran obtain on this earth with that voice! Per- advice rundown.of Mr Actlnifonthe Goo! liow- I.y I Family MediCures ,-3 last October, and will
almost e\ery direction. The Cuban laIHHCI.S. !-)lIIe \\omleifiil vitilirntt of its uleilitaliluthtie r. Ph. 0.. 5.'8 Newark '!r 4 say they have completeI.Ye"Jew'yC1tl
with their ever nady machetes, ':."I'- 11 Wilson} A S.m.Sheep ('\' Austin, do! jou not know me or have to k k II'J cne : the I'. ly cured my ,headache
jou forgotten; there ever existed such apelsun R'pans Tabules with. : rJ ."_. 7 I am twenty nine yean
home under such iircunistances. t old. You welcome
were perfectly grand res+lIlt8 u are
\ as IVail Aubi! neV"Perej common d' to use this testimonial
Thl'IlI'dt'll and hetVCtlindustriou'lr Parasite*. kiss IIU.I1E 'WIZDa t' > i
:Some writers claim that sheep oughtnot Austin, for it was he, stooped .: : Mrs J.BaooUTU
I at intenaK but had an !i'n of
and gently raised the kneeling fiVure."Since + humanity. l'
habitual imliuation for losing; time at to be pastured on land more thanone Mother 'Iftroutlt'd t i ,:t i
I heard of his death Pearl, I with heartburn and
before it is and
D1itlllI '. The natives wished to Mirow year plowed reseeded. ilerplessueis, caused by tJ Taatel :+ My seven-year-old boy I
aside their tools about 11 o'clock in the but my !sheep have been keptfree han'01"1.1'11 among the poor for your Indigestion fur a good <"t I :, furTyrel with pains la i i
the of =:1 kt'. I have tound you The Lord has man .ears. One day ; z Lis bead, constipation ;
frol1 tar.
by use
until :: in the afternoon. parasites of' Q' c '
morning :1udht'1 tesM.Mo&lil ;toand
; answered .'* the pair a ; o ( complained of hla.
Then they were ready to obey turpentine and alt. Uore two inch my pnijer"Oh. In the paper Inciors'c! t t a"Il i 1-' stomach. He could cot
,i holes in a pine: lox, fill with salt and Percy how could you forgive Rip a DB Tabules. She "" 1; eat like children of his
commands.Tormerly. tfetermlne-1 give them. MARK a;:e do and what ho
n10'? The glamour!
round the and was upon me. and I I i.p I.
tar sheep
smear top.
I had a large number of a trial waa greatly did
will t:*1' their own noses while eating would not take your advice; but oh, relieved by their use P..9.91'j'9"9.'if99 :..4 himdidRewaagree
enlisted 1'iiitul States soldiers in my what have 1 not suffered!" and Pearl and now takes the and of a .&!!ron color.
illusion, but their ranks have dwindled !'all Sheep !soon leain to eat tar. I Tabules regularly She keeps few cartons PJpaci Rea,ling torn cf the testimonials In favor of
been keep It niixul with turpentine and salt burst into tears, the fiat she had shed Tabules In the houae and says she will not be without BIpaus( Tabules. I tried them Rlpan Tabules not
considerably, beiause they hone mylars.A them. The heartburn and sleeplessness have only relieved but actually cured uiy youngster,
sent to do the important preliminary where it i is accessible at all times. disappeared with the In';i,:e tlon wLlch was the headac,.cs huts d.san'eared, b'wels are In
About one-half pnt: of turpentine' to holy peace fell upon her such as formerly great a burden for her. Our whole good coD r Theseaiancie
work in othoj- parts ? i ithe she had never known before, and as family take the Tabulrs regularly; ,especially after he Is n.v a red chubby faced boy. TM
of -
I have been partially tilled with native" one pock proper proportion. a hearty meal My mother la fifty years of age wonderful chaise I attribute to lUpans TabuUi.I .
I phe gazed at her child her head
work :1Sn'll and .-Arthur idyll Michigan. : bowed and la enjoying the best of health and spirits; alio am MtHflpl Hat they will benefit any one (from,
I who do not do the In submission to the voice that echoed eau hearty meal, an Impossibility: Let,'re she the radio to old age if taken according to dlrwtions. >

are somewhat lax iu their habits. The For liver Fifty YearnMKS. i in her Iw\rt.-Xcw York News.Any toot Rlpani Tabules. AMOS H.BL ray. E. W.PaulA

Cuban telegraph operators toufijse WI SLOW'S SOOTHING xyurp ba* beenmed
continental mode for over fifty venr in' n'tllionsof mother
matters by using the for their children while tcethn.!:. with perfec Old !Sore, new style packet containing ran WPi s TiBnss parked a paper rartoa(without 1&M)1I now for m*
of transmitting. Thl'nH'l' I":1n alphabet .iici'f''c Ifoothethe rhlM, *oienthe. rums M same drnZ It.JrelrOB FIn casts TLis low'[.ncrf sort U Intend for the poor and the ecOIlOml a1. OB.
r but soon as nv allayall pain." ire y \*11.<1 colic and !> the n<"'t Cut. brume or sprain quickly heale(1tvith Auua of tile nve-cecl I:..r'.ua.-l ,!-"> caa be hat by mad ty ten Jaj for-.y-elsht cents to the bJ. ICHMicit
is insisted as
, on, remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor Manner Salve, the greatest !healing Co gP.'T.So. 10 Sprure Street.New Tort-or a single carton(TEX TUnES)will be sent for firs yenta
islanders connect both pound away t little every-utlerer part of Imml'.iltl'lnM the world. Twenti-flve by nruggMIn rentsa I remedy in the world. I:. 1:. Wilsonc toot Tuna may ah+be'tad of some grocers,general ftorekeepm. news agents sad at tome ll aar stow
suit themselves." I bottle. Be sure and aSK for "31r. Wins- Son. tad Wrtw shops. They Miilib pain U.luc seep and prolong Ufa. Oa glvoi hIll".J '-.
low's Soothing Syrup and take no other kind
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